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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1899
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V. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE la, 1899. NUMBER 36. .

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"* A. FLQREUS COMMITS\ SUICIDE ...

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.. f n.1I"V"'I''X" ,=<:i!' -;: ..,..",,,=..oo --it.--; ...''''. -::."" "". One of the Leading Business Men of Brad- AFTER MANY :1

ford County.-Business Worries Supposedto .i -
be the Cause of His Awful Deed. I
W. 8 H YNES. N.: J. JO/ES. Years of experience in the-

HE KILLS HIMSELF WITH A 32 PISTOL


: SPRING ..\t 7 O'clock Yesterday Morning Up Stairs in His Grocery business, we un-

_- Store.-Bullet Enters Forehead.One .
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': of the most shocking back in the store and told :Mr. derstand. the tastes and fan- '

t --.IS HERE and startling occurrences that Sternburg that something had

__ ever happened "in this part of happened up stairs.. :Mr. Stern- cies of one and '
the State was the suicide of A. burg went up stairs and found every keep

And now is the time to buy a supply of Floreus yesterday morning at Mr. Floreus' lying on the flooras
7 o'clock. has been described." in stock
Spring and Summer Clothing before the It had been noticed by sever- The news of the suicide anything you may

al that Mr. Floreus had been spread rapidly, and in a few "

r Goods have been picked over.'f acting as if something of a worrying minutes a large crowd was in wish.
; nature had been on his the store. Mr. Floreus was
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mind for several and carried .
WILL FIND days. picked up tenderly
YOU
Yesterday morning he came down stairs where he was prepared -

NEW GOODS AND ALL OF THE to the store as usual, attendedto for the casket. FOR YEARS
his duties, but was quiet and On the floor where he had
LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER seemed to be in a thinking fallen was a large pool of blood.

STYLES AT OUR STORE mood. He sat down to his desk, Those who witnessed the hor- It has been our aim to handle only the

wrote a while, and called his rible scene say they will never
head clerk, N. A. Powell. forget it. It has been plainlyseen
t..+ +-+ best and freshest of We
-+-+ Powell promptly respondedto that for several days Mr. everything..
the call, and Mr. Floreus Floreus has been greatly wor-
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gave him some letters, saying: ried over his business. He
Get a Crash "Give these to'Mr. Davis. Hur- would have melancholy spells want yonr trade and can pleasa you.

ry, for he is driving off in his often and pace the floor rest
And cut a dash "
buggy. lessly. Finally he became so
.slli ts for sale Powell had hardly reachedthe worried that he concluded to
It Crash and Duck LET US FILLY
back door when he heard the end his life.

at a sacrifice. shot up stairs. He deliveredthe The package :Mr. Floreus sent
letters and informed. S. J. to Mr. Davis contained three
% order for Groceries. We ]have
straw Hats t Sternburg of the occurrence.Mr. letters-one to Mr. Ritch and
: Sternburg hurried up two to Mr. Davis.
never failed to please the most particular -
: stairs and an awful sight met The letters prove the cause
'For man boy girl and his Mr. Floreus iay on
every gaze. of his committing suicide, and and -
can please "
his back his hand thrown you. :
: ; right were written at different times, ,.:
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woman in Bradford county.Attention across his breast, a 32 revolver showing that :Mr. Floreus con -
.J lay near him and the blood running templated this act some time
from an ugly wound in ago. Through the kindness of i! OUR LINE .
the center of his forehead. Mr. Davis we publish one of -
Medical assistance was sum- the letters written June 9th.
/ moned, but too late. Mr. Floreus The other letters are much Of Hardware is. the? largest and most

had died instantly. He longer, but are written in the or
was forty-nine years of age, same.strain as the letter whichis complete in the County. We can sell
and had made Starke his home as follows : %

for the past twenty years. STAKKE, FLA., June 9th, '99. .' you anything from a nail to a Gr Jj'10-'
When he first came here he Mr. W.. E. DAVIS. Dear
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secured a position with Richard Friend.:-My\ wasted life drawsto phone.RIGHT. .
& Pace, served them a close. I leave a packagein \.
faithfully' and when that firm the safe for you which please -'
sold out to Truby, Sternburg & take care of. There is some HERE ;
Company he remained with the money in there that is markedto
new firm. He afterwards work- you. 'Please take care of it

ed for J. "W" Hodges a few and use the money for my wife We wish]
i to say a few words in regard
Ladies months, and finally embarkedin until you collect some out of ..
business for himself. He the insurance, which I hope --
seemed to prosper and his ;you will have no trouble to do. to our large line of Corn, Oats, Hay, .

: Vie would be pleased to have you death was a, great surprise to It is no use to try and live
everybody. He leaves a wife, through this thing; the least I Grain, Etc. We keep it, remember.EVERYTHING .

call and examine our handsome three small children and a large said is the best. Yon cannot ...
number of friends to mourn his know and can't judge how I
death. He was born in Sweden feel, but it is terrible.
line of Ladies' Summer and came to Starke from Chi- Please forgive me for the

cago.POWELL'S STORY.Mr. trouble I am causing you; but In the way of Butter Lard Eggs Etc. ;
Hats We will trim your Hat who else can I call on? I am ,
N. A. Powell, Mr. Flo-
going crazy. I'don't know
reus' head clerk, has the following we keep on ice, ready to serve to you
order and don't forget that what to do. I am a coward.
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to say in regard to the f
Some times think of me with
suicide: "As I came to workI cool and fresh.UNLESS. _
pity, and don't judge me too.
.- I we are headquarters for passed by Mr. Floreus' house. harshly. Yours, .
He met me at his gate, and we
GROCERIES HAY AND walked to the store together. I A. FLOEEUS. YOU :
P. S.-I haven't the courageto ,
remember he asked how I "
me
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face this thing, and I thinkit 'S'
Grain and also keep a fall line of Coffins, felt, and I said, 'Oh, very well.' is best to get out. :
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He said, _'you should feel well, FLOREUS. Are a stranger in town it would be,useless -,.i'
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Caskets and Undertakers' supplies.Respectfully for have to
;yon : nothing worry The 'funeral services were
'!' r you as I have.' conducted at the late home of :for us to tell you that we are headquaxters *
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: "We went on to the store
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the deceased this morning at
W. B. HAYNES CO. and Mr. Floreus seemed very 7::30 o'clock, Rev. Holeman of- r; 'Coffins, Caskets and.funeral sup-
quiet. He went to his desk ficiating. The body was in-
and wrote a while. Finally he terred at Crosby cemetery.Are .
: : CALL STARKE j'j FLA.j called me, and said, Make these ,plies. Every one knows this. -:<. "
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letters out to Mr. Davis. Hurry you thinking of purchasing .
for he is driving off.' I a piano? If so, write'Ludden Save ; ,
;,;:. took the letters and 'started. &' Bates' Southern Music money .
< Ii. '..r S'l't' : ,; ifN 'lrf N ""-'"''' '' SC3 House Fred Kann !r:
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., When I came nearly to the doorI manager
.y. ,. paused and heard .Mr. Flo 29 East Florida.Bay Street, Jackson- By buying your goods at the light placed:
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reus going up stairs on n, run.I ville. .

; :; ,;",.. .' .: : :. ,. : ':" .: '. ; .,.. delivered the letters and justas Morgan is right in line with APT fYP'fc'TTQ' pIAlUXUs ..::
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j ( I did I heard a shot. I ran musical goods of all kinds. ,
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Florida Weekly Advocate ]I > THE ISERAI.D SAYSj j\ MEDICAL.The .. .. RAILROADS.FLORIDA -.

.... An old directory cf Starke .
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--- v .. CENTRAL{ & PE8IHSOLAR} { R. R
PUBLlSmXD EVERY THURSDAY ?la., of the year 1877, shows .4;.

-AT- twenty-three firms to have been !: jf.FlIJ! i"iR W .t t.'
; in business there. Not one of TIME-TALL !' TN EFFECT APRIL }10. 1\U: >. All. Tr;::n.; Day.Nl.'iTU :! .
; FLORIDA. .
STARK
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them( is there today. Those -- ---r .
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A.G. 1"OW LU F. M. rREWITT. twenty-three houses have Peen .11'1 :,'T7'< .-' .., ......... ..-....-. -.. (1-' u 1(1 P t
Lv. Ktarke. .. .....'... 4 :2 y.-.I, : fee. t. ; ...
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POWELL & PREWITT bled to death by railroad chargesin Lv. Jaelc: Uy| 4":' '- ; do .. i'I ;; .. i
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a In all Ar. rIJ.audin:1.: V 3i :UiiM, =' .. !I. .....,. ..... ...... I
and PUBLISHERSSUBSCRIPTION general way. Ar. F.vereitAr. ...... ......... jo 3iJs:> JCp. v : : .r -' a-Keys. :
EDITORS Brunswick......."..... .. ...I !, s'" n'. ; .u. -.1'-dr Springs_...... .. .. l.1,4'SYAKKK '...... ;'Mc I
Florida railroad towns there is I .. ... ....... .... .... ..... i3 .
Ar. SavannahAr. : !:: ..... ....... j irrp'ii: :::1". I r. ; 1 :M1 : .a. -t
," RATES. continuous 1a FairfaxAr. .. .... ........ ., a "'.t. .. !.....,... '.'-1\\000.; ... .... ..... .... t F.1. t'.'..aa I
of : i.'i'j .
a procession men .. ............... ..... t\ /1--
DenmarkAr. ........... -i.U-.i I }: \e i ct--i! urg: \ 'f-: .1
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One succeeding each other in busi- Au...... 'J 4..J/t! '; :i':.I. r. lhvzt 1 es.: i
5u! Ar. '-". : 14... ....... t....i. U..to.... ....... .... t... .. 5 t Utt! S" s I
SirMonths ::1. :: 001
ness. Tampa Herald. ...... l'I'r. 'nl"It.PILt'k......... ..... i ;. :-:;L n. '
Ar. !Ile1 t3O.----------
Three Montbs. 23 : ..... i43t..... ... Ar. Owe:..buro..1| .....I'; ;:>it ,
Kind You Have and which lias been Ar. ....... ... .. t
Before the railroad Always Bought, Ar. 8 -lOp i> 15a; ...... Ar. I'JautClty. 14 )([ :.1t f i
came
Strictly in Advance. in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of -- Ar. Danville Va ..... .. 12: SOa 1 SOt .. .. .... Ar: Tamra..... .......... .:..:_ "l S .-41'l .Hi.* '.. r
through Starke it could hardly Ar. Richmond. Va..... I; OOa 6 23; .. & JAtKsONV1LLi f] It i
and has been made under his personal Ar. Lynchbur...... .... 2 *;a o awl .. .. ... --L- .. ,

OFFICE be called a village ; but after I n. supervision since its infancy. Ar.Ar. CharlottesitUe.I.; .. T 5ll 402 11 9u51 I ... .... .. Lv.Ar. JacksonvilleWEST.Starke..41Y... ...... ... ..... .I3lp 4: ':.i\a. j'

Allow no one to deceive you in this. Ar. UaltimoreAr. ... ... ...... 9 12:1 112SOHj 1 .. .. ."'.....
UP STAIRS IX IIEUXINGWAT the road was finished the place P4iJadelJhh11 35:1 2 :> DlN. tr.: I
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Experiments Ar. New York ......... : ( :! : --. 1-u--r.7:
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BUILDING ON CORNER CALL began to Houses were .. ... ...... .. 'I'j 3 Starke..... ." ... :
grow. that trifle with and endanger the health of Ar. Bo toi 9 | (Rs------------- J u\'kwn\'ille.... .... .... ... .. P.....11 5 l5p
built and stores ..NoH'l'U.t.Ul:'\Vl. S.l'. 34 ; : lake City... .... ...... ..... Ul.1tr.p; : .
AND WALNUT STREETS. were opened. Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment... Ar. Live O...kAr. ................ ... .. t'S.rli: tax
Lv. Starke............ ....., 4 4 la82Ja 24lp 2 4IFI, Madison....................... 11"10\; \ :.:Ua .r I
't The people were put in direct Lv. Jacksonville ........ hOlp 430p.1r. \ Montlcello............. 't( 4 10ft. I 'i
Advertising ICates. S What CASTORiA Isverett: ........ .. !(I2\.1101p 7 13p Ar.Ar. TallahasseeAr. .. ...... .... ...... ::1'-1'! ; e! ,..a r I
touch with the Northern mark is Ar. Ma.ooa.. .. .... .. .. 4 .JOp745p ....... Qulncy.... .. ...... .... ... H.'i82fa.! : .
Our advertising rates will b.* as reasonable Ar. Atlanta. . ..... 3Op... .. ..I 'i\"erJunctroD f- -_ ,,, f 4.c.'atir.r.1 i
consIstent with keeping n good news- ets and the wonderful farming Ar. Irct; t.t.am.::l .' .. .. ........ ...... Ar.Ar.: PensticolaAr. .:::::::::.::.. .!I:1: ;" E :3(>l ... :
as up Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops'and Ar. Meciplui.: .. .... ... 1120"\l...... ::,Mobile... ... ........... ..... : .. {:.
paper. It Is the purpose! of the publisher to country that surrounds our Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It Ar. Kansas City: .. .. .....j.!. ... .. Ar. Ni-w Orleans. .. ... .. j ; 40.. .
issue a clean,attractive newspaper with only Ar. .. ., 3.PI..I'! -- --- -
will contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Ar. Chattanooga.\\ ......\.
such a proportion of ndvcrtlsements as town was greatly improved, Ar. Cincinnati..... ........ ...... T Jup; IVo. 22 on Sumlnys -\,'1.1 If'a.''. t i
Insure thai aU will be seen and read and none substance. Its is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .. ... '
age Ar. Louisville......... ..... 3.p. '.
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burled behind a mass .of others Rates will making a substantial anu last- and allays Fcvcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Ar. S.lintLou ....... .. .... .. .... dHa. .. Jacksonville ill 7:50 p. ni. 2 > :'"
Ar. Chicago...... ........... ...... 7 15n .. .. Florida Legislative sessSon: ,
be uniform and wilt bo made known on nppli ing backing for the town. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand Ar. DetroIt.......... ... .... ........ 6 ISu64f .. ... ing .
cation. Ar. Cleveland........ ....., .. ... >u .. .... iviiJi Pulluiau slcepliis car t':}
1 In 1877 Starke could boastof Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Ar. Indiannpulis..i.: : ......1105pISOu ...... V
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Ar. Columbus............ ..'...... .. .. Tallahassee.
twelve stores
including drug
A ]law has been passed in The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. SLEEPING CAn SERVICE.

Norfolk, ,ra., prohibiting spit- stores and bar-rooms. Todaywe I .
ting. have twenty-three stores GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Arrivals! at Jacksonville from the North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m._

No. 33 ..t 7:40 p. m. Fri m the :I';ortl and Northwtst, No.ST, 3:5T n.11t.

including drug stores and bar- Bears the of From the West, No 1, 7:40 p. m. From the South Xo. 14, ; :05 a. TIU
Signature
Starke continues to
prosper. r
railroads ho-
rooms two two
No. 10, 4:30: p. m.
Two new brick buildings will tels, five white churches, one Nos. 35 and SC carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and l"
soon be erected. Let the good via Asheville. N .
New York and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 'i9.
high school] one carriage fac- i iI
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wor'c proceed.( I 33 and 31 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and :N,-w

tory, two blacksmith shops, York. All meals between Columbia and New York served on Oinir.rnr

Augusta, Ga. was visited bya two livery stables, several lod r with trains ?.'), SO. Nos. 3G and 37, Cincinnati, Florida and iraTiu-m

disasterous lire on Wednesday Limited, solid vestibuled trains, with through sleepers and through I.b'l-:
ges, one military company: one
of last week, destroying The Kind You Have Always Bought senger coaches!' between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, via Cbattnuooc: i. :
band four doctors five lawyers '
$2 O,000 worth of property. Nos. 13 and 1-1 carry Pullman Bullet sleeping cars between Jad onv :its
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r opera house, railroad shops, In Use For Over 30 Years. and Tampa.

Judging from comments of turpentine plant and over 1,000 Steamers for Key West and ;Ia"nDn-Xo. 9 makes concectoiv
TMC eENTAUN: COMPANY. TT MUHHAV TMCCT. NOW YORK CITY.
the State press Jacksonville'snew people-quite an improvementsince !J-i:: -::::*, ':(o- i :' ._",::-' : :.' <:,..;r.J f::' at PorL Tampa with steamers It avinjr: Mo'.days, Thursdays and Saturdays* I

No. 13, with those leavh Tuesdays and} FriJays. I
will
daily receive hearty
1877. Nos. 1 and 2, deeper! between: :New: Ui'eana: and Jacksonville.Full .

encouragement when it is start- If Starke had never had a ..,.- __.. information at City Ticku Ofilce, 20J West Bay Street. 'l'dt'llwl''''
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ed. railroad she would be 2CO. F. C. V-T RIGHT, District Passengergent.. ..
: never HORSE REMEDIES.: :
In the primary election at I D. E: MAXWELL, A. O. ,lAcLONELL, L. A. SHXPM iN.
known "the
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as Strawberry Cityof 1j) Sec. V. l'. & Gen. Mgr. (:-11.! P:.s?. A!,ent. AasU Gen. I'a4a.lrt; .. :
Jacksonville J. E. T.
Thursday
Bowden Florida." People would USE SHUFORD S HORSEREMEDIES JACKBON: i :.!L,':. :ri.' :>HJ DA.. .
nominated for
was ...
have had market 'nr.---"IEDar. ;; ,-.-. ,- ... I
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Mayor by a majority 220

over Knight.The their fruits and vegetables, and Ill GAIl ES-VILLE & GULF RAILWAY COMP'Y l :

in fact the town would have jt( )!l M ,
a 1 :
St. Peninsulalias
Petersburg I hardly been able to secure a .. Time Table No 32, In Effect Monday, April 10, lUg* 1 .
changed hands Mr. R. J.organ '
place on the ,..... _.__ .... .
map. __ ---=-'!'_ -=::-. :::..:.:_=__ .no.i .wwi..atea__ .rv. .nI
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retiring Chas. THE BEST MADE. i .7; :." 1 I I- I.( .' '. .

Wimer, formerly of Orlando, Brother, you have missed the 4)t., ; I / :. I ,:

succeeding him. mark if you try to make it appear -I i f v.i'.5:: :.L.A.i:: :: ::.I trud.,Ar.A'- .t,Ar.J'(."'. !

that Starke has lost SOLD SY ALL SSU8S1STS MD MESCHAMTS.Jacksonville .1M I a r 7 :i 1 'C 1 _. .. ......Cunesvl1lt..H......... -.... -:ID -11 :_- -. :-
bj :3.IT: 3 X.O33J 7 :n F ,...... .... .... ,3ltuuie hill .. ........ .... ... .. .... 1r: I1+)
If all reports are true, there railroad. We :s.io ::1 'a i 4J Jo' ...... ......:::mnon' Crt ylee.... ..... !s 2 11 15 I:' .
having a appreciate ,).1,:) 7 4> '1' .......Ha.:'p rutnr. ......... ..... 315 II I It i 10
is somexchance" Starke securing Gainesville and Florida amllit- ii.s 3 ].) 7 VH :> .1" ................tVaeaboota...... .... 8 to 'U 5s t' ;5
the Cummer Railroad. We railroads and want every 113J: I :t5:1: I Ui r' ......... .. :7exf11eL'x..r: .. .::::.. .:. .... 2 ia r5 t 6 is3 '
I'.U 5i HIO or ......_._..,.. .Cl .\tt.c..S 3 W..C r 40 r
are glad to see that the business one that will come our wav.THE I : r5! t .? M i:, .. ... .... ... .i ..W\tl.... .. ........ S i'I :.w i. I .i--'
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men are taking this matter lanta Georgia. 1'\11' l 1'J <"> :'. I 'I" ..... .... .... ...1.JU..:....n... .. .. .. S I uIsf.y iUn'v.,. I'.. .r- :
CONVICT .SYSTEM. 41v t4 :"} .r.,,' .... ........ .....lnS'lIl..'.... .. ....... n.I.. 111 ._J I v.'O
in hand. 10.19j. \ 4'L! l4 s::. T ............... .Micanopy.... ............ S 2..I9; It. 615
"In all that has been said --- .------.------------------ ..., 1'I.d 4 ,I.:. 8 .10K' ........ .......Tttscaw1l13. ....... ...... ....J :.;.. IC i6 f tcc.:..
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It is now claimed that a ne about the convict lease:: f I 21,8 1 ; I I 4 n x so ', T I..... ............ lt. .b I 1t I -6 faV S f!. .
systemof not int('rfero with ]honest !i PU I The dloyhei :3I t Pro- :.j.; :.!) j t H .V T ....... .. .' .. '. ........S .\. U" 15J-
gro's skin ran be whitened by Florid I'I'I :':.'"- I. .'.,.-. I 1rOIJ J." .......\. ....... t,1'. I i ; ,J.sit .,
;!, says the Gainesville I obtaining einiiloymont.,I Thp.I.. t'U l. 21:1. i. 5 05 I :, O3 I"r., ...,.. : .... .:, ... ...... ...... .r.. I ..., *k ,. .
the application of ulectrioity; ; .' .'.XI : ID t j 191U!. ..... .L ... 1.'. ,: ..... .. C." t.. I- .-.:-- ,, ." ....}..
If this is [ it will f'.n- Sun, "we have !not observed state i is able! to t take: car< of its I t IYom the Per:aca'.a: New'; :. ::.-.:)2: I.31S I 1 !> I l.% I r ... ....r...- .. .\.,:,""d," "".' ..... .. '.-'.!(4: I. ...v .

t ever ( OUt'. that one has advanced 'i'iic ;Montgomery( ,; l tiser .. I'M._'_Ar.l'.M__ _:;: _._____.J. __ __ .... _. ._ 1 I I _'':l..__, :'IJ..I''V, _.
ever'settle the fate of t the lie any. criminals'and it is certainly( : } a F-Htop ',r, -.i;.!Ti-il for i p.r;.a.,!.".-.. .;r r.i: T-" s.c,;,.spit O.iloe. B- S;In.w.al..alAtr.rte. .
solicitous the growth .. __.. ..
grows over __
or attempted( to advance AemnwenP++-va.f2.vwiaraa-A.V&%: / aJO4f6l.4i m.leI'i.
publican party ill the SouthIligh .=- gross:: injustice to' )litabitling'' ..
of our piide product": !lc ,.' .''.r'-Iicr (laforuiutioa, uf.J.c&iV. :: :: :_
AT in favorof gopher.
Springs w.9. any argument men to be tlno\vn out of em ,..

its continuance. There_ does I ploymeiit) in order that. companies (' Jommeuling( upon a O. IIEKLGXCJ: '. L. .!::. Too .rn-r.I'I',

James Jeffries defeated Rob not seem to exist any plausible' (I: I I and corporations may work Florida paper's effort to legislate President &; Gsa'l. Mgr G3Qi Frt. k PaOaintsville Agt..

ert Filzsimmor.s in a 11-round I : for the gopher's protection Flcriua.
retsop.1v the system should convicts free of J
charge.
prize 1 light before the New York '"
be tolerated. Undoubtedly : the Advertiser adds : ':' -.:=-__ .______'::--:' -o- _"' ., _= .
longer
and Coney Island Athletic! ;--

Club last Friday. He is now its continuance working r. c. & P. XOT OLD. I II I Many a time in Pensacola ATLANTIC SU\V\ A NEE EIVEB ft GULF H'y.

the champion bruiser of the great injury to the state. Com The Jacksonville. Metropolisof ;. have: WB seen barrels of l them ,

world. Quite an honor (?) plaint of the system is univer Monday says: : ")r1.. John! standing if( they on.were the>sidewalks> many: potatoes justas Time Table In Effect May 1st, 1889- ,

sal.: Surely there will come a Skelton Williams, of -. living and doing -: '. -' --- -n -- .--- _. .. -
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; apparently ;:. : '., ---' -- ----- .
'Some editors never tire of I ', (. I ; ;';:J-. '
.. liowling about ra.i roads. 'Thej time when the evil will be corrected mond, Va.: :, who was in Balti- : well without food or water, [',S ti>J1,:t in-": I' v.1 Ir\.",..;, ,I.itd"t1!'1$ S'I"'rlV'-.J'u ;.Iilri': 4 lJa.Iy 1.2: 5t.USI Sa: tt. t

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i
should) break: away and give thepoor and in behalf of all the more yesterday, says: the Baltimore waiting to be bought up and -.. ......;'-r.j turned into gopher gumbo or .. .. ...-J gat a : d ..... ...Nan p IJJnt., .... .. ft 9 ....
public a rest on the sub- various interests of the state Sun/of Friday denied the. .. .. ... ;' Bljip P i-10 a...... .. ..... SarpanJuncti".I,.... ... .' 7 i Hap:r> !010 ; ... ':
ject. Tho t some other succulent dish for .. .. ...:.6)1'' i 4a. '.. ... ..... .. .W aiaarigbts. ...... .. f* 1\1\ p> D 3; i.I..,...... .
prOlIeYon') condemn that time cannot COIUP tooi I : n. rumor tlm,\t.b l lorida Central andPeniuilllat" .... ....1 C4r'p 10 a :..... .... ....n. .. .'f..antic.... . .. 13 11.ip 93uJ !....._ ,
a railroad because an editor the delectation of epicures or .. .. ... : asap v \1.a : :3 .. .........Ward:ity........... .. I if I'Mp 930 ..... .
The people are ashamed of the :' and other roads in the and of .... .:.1650 I p 8 II a :... t. ....... .Th.'m\ville. .. ... .. ..I, 17 It-> p I V I 15; a'a/.. ... i
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has been unable to secure a I garnishment) adjunct ... ....1 .; o.'IJ R::;) Il. l :-t t .. .. .. .... .. I.: Cfr.,..I:...... ... .. .I 20 (I1.34U: r'.0\ :; 31...Y.......
system and would hail with delight I which he is: interested had been feasts. And iir.my: is the poor .. ... 7 o:; p 1i.I.1! ; t : .. jetZftiS.. .. .. .. "t :1 11237 p t)0. ; '..... .. ,
pass out of one. ......I.I 7 III| p l' ) a 15so; t ........ ltalnra.w.rth......... :::& 'I: I B".,; .. .. I
its abolishment.: The I s >ld to the Plant System, or 'crack r" and his family. who .. .. ..:, 7.'pp1847a. i .... .. ... .... .n..r.It.tl.f4La. . ..1 f i 25 ':1'p :81an- 1.; ..."..... :
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i ; JuuutionJ I +t. Yt,...... I
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When are sitting with Dunnellon that his syndicate had purchased ; were wont'.Jo depend on: th.sf' .. I tr? P ,' 1':1.1.. ,.I.... .......... ..:11-chul...... .... .. .. I'. .q= ;'Il..p., "m r- 41)a': .......
you News says: the lease i 7t: ; I' I I' .. ..., ...... ... .. Unices# .... .. .. .. .. .1) I.i :>7t.'n ;AI :. ...... '
your feet on a cake of ice, an I' should be abolished I the Plant System. ;: indigenous and spontaneous ---' --"- -t.. ..\--;. -. .... 'Ar .. .. ..:.()o.ccrola..J.\ :*t 13. .1'; n. 1.......L. ,
system at
products of the sand for their -
electric fan I
buzzing over your CONNEJTISS.( ( :
Mr. Williams is of
I stroke. The work president
one done
now chief supply of animal food.
head a bottle of ice cold beer -
At Siarkc with F. C. & P. Railroad! for Savannah
the Seaboard Air Line the Bal ; andGainesville JacK3onviUll ,
t 1 by convicts in these By all means let gophers have ; ;. !
within reach and still camps
easy you I I Ocala Tampa, Oilamlo, i-tc. :
are complaining of the hot I should be given to honest laborers timore Steam Packing Company the strong arm of the law thrown At Sampson Junction with (:. S. & F. for l'al.1tka, V.lIlllta. Matron etc.

l. weather, just think of our poor I who have themselves and and the head of the syndi- around them, and let them For ft:,-;.1er information call: on or address 'I

boys in the Philippines. their' families to support by cate that has acquired the Florida browse and burrow and increase ARTHUR MIIIGS, JKO. TOMI'SFH'Gen'l. ':'''" 1'

and multiply in the land of Ma11tgF: : ckson'ilJeFla.. Superintendent Starke. Fla... _
toil. If honest labor is denied Central and Peninsular their forefathers without fear ... ,
AVe had a pleasant call last '-- r r'

week from Editor C. I). Cloughof to honest working Wien and given Railroad. 'At present we:are of harm from shortsighted: or TAILOKIXO.HIJR j.j.to

the Lakeland Sun. Mr. to convicts: because they get at work completing the connec- avaricious destroyers. We can ,,

Clough is a newspaper man in I I them for nothing unless the ting links\: between the railway imagine New England; : without .. 4-.

every releet-llot afraid to pleasure, the lessees enjoy from systems,' said Mr. Williams.Work oflice seekers, Kentucky with- : IK

publish the news. He is mak- out whiskey, and Kansas with- ti1
them the agony they can couilict I i is progressing rapidly out Populists but not Florida ,7i ? AS once said by an observer be ttre !
out of the Sun 1
ing a bright, grandest sight in the'world.
A nobler
v.r".rl. ,
on the line from Richmond to ,. 10;;
newsy, and popular pa per-one upon the convicts under j without gophers.And r ? ;:- 2'\7 sight than -hat," replied a friend to him,

that tho people of Lakeland,j! their control and .the V rauntsuf- I Ridgewny, and the contract for. for tho sake): of uradition r' e ;;ya arm'isa as if fathwr they! were and son rein Bilking comrades.ar.'n"-1nr H- 'I' S.

... {. should be proud of. j jfering of men ort of employ the line between Clieravr aud not counting Epicuri.uiism; the 'i *" r both be dresjcJ in good taste" the charm

r Camden S. C. wi1l11rouaLlrb9 S of the picture is intensified. Many men ef ,
I ,
"Your mother :1 with I j] tm nt can be considered compensation gopher must be protected. If tl i I '%z s good taste in over 7ooo American cltis;
agrees i
i I awarded within a week. ? I and towns n-w w Get Suits and Oyercoatsfron '
<' me exactly Johnny said his then wen only ex- the Advertiser would suggest y 1
,
:
lather, proceeding to trim the pent an inet 3&3e of crime. By 'The actual consolidation of how it is to be done our next j I .: fs rI M. BORN & CO., i

twigs from a tough switch. this] system of leasing convictswe the Seaboard Air Line, the Florida legislature may be persuadedupon The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors. '

"She thinks, with me, that you are doing more to make Central and Peninsular and lI' Sons and Fathers are equally tare to t'
to fulfill its
high responsibilities pleased. Ko poor work. Ko misfit*. No infr-

need a good.trouncing, and yon" criminals and to starve honest the Georgia and Alabama rail- on the gophers behalf.CASTORIA I. I rgots.. No exorUt&at prices, 2aoa.i3fcctcn aSvcrpbody
are to it
going
get my son. men than we could do under ways may not tike place for fuilr*att.tted. ,
"Yes"bitterly, exclaimed Johnny FIT and FINISH GUARANTEED. a;

"You and maw always any other circumstances. If some time, though by July 1st 7 t Over 30O Year Cliotee Order Pattern frouu to 14Ws

agree .*,hen it comes to HckiV these men own mines, force we expect to have the three i! \ .r CALL 021

ryme;' You and .urnv's the whole j them to pay honest labor to roads working! for their! com- .1'w" '
I
For Infants and Children.
DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN.
"' thing. I don't never have: no mon interests. 't. .
work them. .
show. This family's run 1 bv atrust. The state must assume Tb3 Kind Yen hf2V3 Always! Bought :

.'"-Chicago Tiibiwe.Tile charge of criminals and ;\t C.A..STO. =a. PER F ECT J and pcnaanenx arc the | 'ONDERF'UL are tM cnrea byHI .... '-

I !Hre-fo it'that they ni-e properly Bean ltd 1K\: ;tI; !: Haft Ihidls B ::1gt.4Sig Bears the s-J'jUfff.Lau- by Hood's Sarsaparilla, be-1:II \ Hood's Sarsaparilla: and yet they

ADVOCATE$1.00 I : t:9rte5 Signature! of <&ajyzt&M cause it makes pure, rich, healthy, :' are simp'c n.j nf nral. Hood'srj.i Ser.m-:

year. treated and also thatthev; v dos i or c..e.LL.YM, life *rji !.*"!lhb:;; 3 LO O D. '. ,., i ?UHl DLOOO. -t





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STATE NEWS. .--- ..... --: .. n
: MOZART'S "RcQUi! M.'" FA E'\'tLL TO Lo.xr "!. r:: I .
I A batViitb.tfIe 1 Editor. I I .' 'or.'-i. J. PROVISION'S, HAY, GRAIN, ETC.: ,. a .. f: 5

Cedar.u you.diyii". *-. M ; "ai
nit Lest Work. '" ;f Thungh feet may falter, jr ,1 THE C. B. ROGERS CO: "
improved by putting shell on "Good( morning Rufe. See The famous composer Mozart was .1 } And fw J.t ps slide. ,J J'r. }.
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*1.iAnd hear ,.roW"(>8.-.. -, '.....,# :_ .,
them. yon are not so busy this morn- BO completely wrapped tip in music I. i And tie*th l ctl e, '' Y.-j."- Y 1 IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GRGCEBS. ,.
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that ho was almost!: like a child in '1 go, dear love from yon.L .:
ing. Thanks Good made | .1. *
:Miami expects to burn $1,000 cigar I ? JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
from Bradford every other respect.: Like many I'm clizrsiba;; np the i yat divide
worth of 1 works the county tobacco, Avrsr, :' yo'i.And Provisions :
on I ?" weakminded people he was always what A-ny will l.ts'c..ia uu tape other alia, Grain Hay, Flour Grits, Meal Etc, ;, )

Fourth of July. suppose in constant fear of death: and it was O'er endless plaint SOLE AGENTS:: FOR Our business confined to tho I
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And endlrwa ride, "; .
"Don't : ;
know. -v\-/"bC--
Fred '
Dawson
The ladies of Jacksonvilleare only by constant application to his Ko joy lit homo '".'- 1"..%fi; Fairbank Canning Co. Lion> Brand trade only) Orders from consumers !
made .tllf m." work that he kept his spirits from 0:-poo to bit1l. *. ."..,'..'.-$..:\- uemthersolici td nor de-

going to establish a home "Well, he makes good cigars.: sinking totally under his: apprehensions I gu on still from yon. : Canned Fats sired.Quotations :
-r\; ere rasa to linger, vri> to
e go
for aged women. I'll take one to'smoke after approaching dissolution.Whenever : : Away, dear love, from :yon .
I : he was net occupied by I And \'e bud the river's Cow, i lade Promptly On Application .
Patrick Thomas, a negro, supper. Say ain't it dry. We his studies he was tho victim of a ; L The tho wid.n'evening's rd glow laugh,; :

shot and killed one and painfully need rain bad. If it keeps on profound melancholy, and occasionally ',i his WHttl flowers L 1 ,,1 j

wounded another of his at this rate Starke I T/larh bloom ...t'i!?-,, ,........,.....,."... ......,..",_.... ........ -" ..._ .. ..>,:
will these
: be as :: gloomy forebodings possessed TLo squater'd homo nIfot1... --- "- -- Yt..b& ;

sons in Jacksonville. Thomasis dry as Ocala aud I : him even while he was at his' "
without.an If there a "presence: on the ]Liila"
'. work. The circumstances under :. I would not ace below, U. D. MINER.I I
said to have killed his election too Took drink
son I I II I a which he composed his celebrated i I Or Lethe draft, ".. ;.

because ho refused to give him I with a man from out on New "Kequiem" were remarkable.One AH Or pain scented that loiua hilla. .

all the money he earned. I River while ago. lIe's got a day, when he was feeling unusually Which Mays our villa, STARKE = FLA.
Where I go, love, fiom yeuVcstn1.1stcr?
: depressed, he received a call ,
The demand for lumber in new scheme that he's carried from a.stranger tall and dignifiedman BudgetA WATCHMAKER t
AND
JEWELER.JOHN'S (
IK this section was: never so great away with. Says he's.going to whoso manners were unusually Fren Worth Knowing. .

make heavy it." grave and impressive. Ho told Need li:am: was; : at a little receptionthe
aa now. Barco & Blanton':! money on BRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOI? WEST OF R. J?.
/ Mozart that he from other :and usual
"What is it?" came a person evening aa. was
mill at. Citronelle has enough who did not w' h his name to bo making himself conspicuous by hie Best Assortment WatcSes? .
I orders' to 1 keep them going for "1l a calls it 'the self-making 'known to ask if he would compose audible remarks concerning: the not + Clocks and Jewelry in tie City, _'"

several weeks and other millsin cigar scheme.' He says he was I Il a solemn mass as a requiemfor able persons of his acquaintance Spccil: 1 and! I'rouipt AUcntioi: Given to Isep airing. Charges to 6"a** ..
the soul of a dear friend who trying to make himself agreeableto
the
out in his corn Held one day stringency of the times. \
the county report they are had recently died and whoso memory every one who appeared well to I

i rushed every day and have been last week watching his corn he wished! to commemorate. do, with an eye to tho possibilitiesof Old Gold bought or taken in exchange. ..

for months.-Citrus Count'curl up when the idea struck Mozart undertook the work and ; raisiivj: tho wind at some: time. ia co- -- J.
to bait finished withina the futuro.During '"t. *
him. He never said a word, promised near _..:..._ -
-- --- ---- -- ---
Chronicle. month. The stranger inquiredthe the evening Le canto face .

but went to his tobacco barn price of the work, and, after to face with a nice, kind, fatherly .n__......__ ___ ...
Maj.: S. N. Van Prang, president j and got an arm full of stripped paying him 100 ducats, took his looking old geutk-niaa, who cycxl
'
of the Pensacola & Northwestern tobacco, came back to the field leave. The strangeness of the visit. him dubiously. Thie was ,.n opportunity CANDYCATKAirnC

Railroad: has retul'uec1from seemed to hava a powerful effect. not to be lost.
,
and laid the M
tobacco all
along upon tho mind of the master. Ho "My dear sir," said: Necdhameffusively ,
New York and the
says on the corn leaves, (like you'd brooded over it for several days and ::; "I am: quite sure that

work of construction on his roll a cigarette.) He went back, then, suddenly calling for writing we have met before, but I am unable r r.

materials, began to with to recall where."
The
road will soon begin. cap- cut the leaves off trimmed the compose
extraordinary fervor. The incessant.. "Yce," replied the old gttlemnn:
ital stock is to be increased to ends and had a lot of the finest application was too much for his quietly, "I know that I h s\ c w-n. CURE CONS i IPA 1 ON .. .

$$5.000OOO.-Pens.1: correspondent ready-made cigars you ever strength. It brought on fainting you before. Your face; is fai.":.:in' I

in Times Union and fits, and increasing illness forced They spent a few minutes to-
I
What
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saw. been "
you asleep him to work. then the old left. Inc' '
.;J Citizen June 8th. stop gether; gentleman 1 ALL
Well], there's another good "I am writing this requiem for Xeedkaia noticed that he was treated 25c 50c

At the rate our citizens are story gone to the duce." myself," he said one day to his wife. wth great respect and decided to DRUGGISTSva..
$ "It will for funeral learn about him. -"* .' --
serve my own more
becoming school teachers it will .. "Say, Rufe, continued the .
service. And ho was never after- "I am confident that I know that

not be long before aye will have gossip, as he ducked under the ward free from that impression.At gentlemen very well," bo said to Beware of Ointments for Catarrh THE ..

more teachers in Lake county table for the jug, "do you think tho end of the month the mys- one cf the guests, "but I have EO that Contain Mercury, .

than pupils. We can see but Starke will get the Cummer terious!: stranger called and asked for many influential friends and acquaintances I NEW YORK
As will surely destroythe WORLD
the requiem. "I have found it impossible that it is not surprisingthat mercury

one thing to prevent such a remarkably Railroad?" ," said Mozart, "to keep my I do not remember him or his sense of smell and completely

situation, and that is "I hope so," replied Rufe. woid. The work has interested me name." derange the whole system ; THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.
more than I expected and I have "Yes, he is very wealthy and well .'
the lovliness of he "So do I but I think '
( lady: some
young I when entering it through the
extended it beyond my first design. !. known, returned tho other, ,who The 6trik-.i b and Important evenr
teachers who will not be permitted of these fellows don't cr.iv I shall require another month to was not deceived as to Needham's mucous surfaces. Such, articles of the last year have established the;

to remain single by our whether she Cum-mer not," finish it." The stranger:; made no character. "I dare say you've seen should never be used except on overwnelming value of THE TIIKICK-

think said the he the objection; but, stating that it wag him. He is tho pawnbroker!lit A-WEEK WOKLI to reader. For
:young men. In fact we gossip as spit at prescriptions from reputable every
only just to increase the premium Keedham remembered:<: that ho \ almot nominal it has its
an ; sum kcp'.p
the young men will have to paste can, missed it, and blinded for the additional labor, he laid I had another engage::.:; t. -Pear physicians, as the damage they i subscribers informed of the progressof

marry these young ladies. not the office cat that was on the down 50 ducats more, and, after son's Weekly. *. ,:'..<. will do is ten fold to the good all our wars and, moreover, has> reported

only because of their many point of making a meal out of promising to return at tho appointed I can possibly derive front j them as promptly anti fullyas
time I Cleanliness. I you
dcparted.Ioznrt, much astonished if it were a dall). With our inter-
t: charms and accomplishments, the contents of the can. :; at tho whole proceeding : We have frequently insisted upon them. Kali's!; ; Catarrh; Cure, ,ests still extending throughout the

,- but in self defense.-Tavares "See the papers are fighting ordered a servant to follow him, but the necessity for absolute cleanliness manufactured by P. J. Cheney world, with our troops operating in

Herald. the man lost sight of him in the in favor of which too much ..
this trust business. Now, I & Co. Toledo 0. contains no the Philippines and the great Presidential -
|
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cannot be eaid. Cleanliness
and
etrect was obliged to return covers: campaign too, at hand, its
A Jator Hunt. don't think that's quite right ; without having learned anything I a largo part of otxnitary labor. mercury, and is taken internally vnlueisfurther increased.

ITullergator: holler, frog he hop because if a man wants to trust about him. :Mozart was now firmly Cleanliness that is: purity of nir, I actingdirectly nj>on the The motto of TUB TiiRicE-'VF.1K

another one, that's::; his busi persuaded that ho was a messenger cleanliness that IK purity cf v.ter, blood and raucous surfaces of "WORLD is improvement. It f'riw'-o
wid fear, from the other world: sent to waruhim cleanliness in and} about time house,
if each: year to be better than it w.j tfi-!
ness.Vhy: that thing was of the of dress of food and the system. In buying Hail's I
,
digger hunting 'possums, plain of his approaching end, and he person year before, and public confidence;
" > .. -dti bellow hear ; to become a law I'd have to applied himself with fresh enthusiasm ; feeding, in \",01'1in:, habits of individual Catarrh Cure be sure you get ]in it Is shown by the fact that U IJOW

I move to another town. As it to tho requiem. In spite of the man and woman, cleanliness: !: circulates than twice
Take he muzzle-loader sneak the genuine. It is taken inter- < more as many
; exhausted condition of his body and of life and conversation purity of
is I ]papers every week as any other mwfcpnper : -
in
up to de lake, only spend a fewtlnys mind the work was finished within, life, temperance-and by tho, latter nally, and made in Toledo, not inn
! a daily, published' :-
Yallergator :snoozing: jes'.like, abig the country at the first of each the mouth. At the appointed time we mean moderation-all theso are Ohio, by F..J. Cheney & Co. (erica.

ole snake month-or until the merchants the stranger returned; the requiemwas in man's power. Tho clean nan or Testimonials free I Wu offer this unequaled ncw pnp-
but Mozart woman will, other thkiga being
ready, wits no more.
finish around their :: and FUHtID."lr.KLY ADVOCATE to-
Nigger sight at eye ball, den taking bills. Harper's Round Table. equal, be the healthy one. Modern : Sold by Druggists, price 7;,c. :
for $l.r!)0.
gather one
I :No, Rufe, I say let them alone. knowledge of bacteria" has given bottle. j jIra11's year
he de per
pull trigger, The regular subsoriptiaa price ol
Its nobody's fault but their'sif Battle For Ufo In the Kongo Knpldf. enormous impetus! to cleanliness in
Family Pills aro the the two is200.!
Gee Mauetty Chris'mas whar papers :
.. "Cruelty In the Kongo Free State"is medicine. Surgeons now disinfect I

v, tUt nigger i thev come out behind. Well, tho title of a paper made up from Weir instruments more carefully best. 1
I
Yallergator flounder, give he Ig9t to go. Say, I'm going topay the journals of the late E. J. Glavo than c\'crt so! as not to have themcurvy I I

subscription so.n.Let's in The Century. Mr. Glare tells infection to their patients.- !
tail a shake up my the following story: New York Ledger. F. C. & P. RAILROAD

Nigger i iind himself a blowinglike "' see, we had a"settlementin Stanley:! pool is a majestic place! ATTENTION IS CALLED Arrival and Departure of Trains at Start,

in do lake. 85:>, didn't we? "Yes, I and is well named, for it ia a monster The Wonder: 4f Wanso I I
a porpoise believe cleaned-"out pool. At each end it is narrowand Tho house of Dr. Siemens, the I To the fact that we are now l t j Schedule in effect June 11 '99.I )!).
you my
lie gun, it on de bottom, he widens out in the middle. It i is Berlin electrician, is known throughout I N 0, South bound, leaves Stark
clothes oil him well in 83. studded with islands and sand Germany S3 "the wonder of prepared to do first class Job !
dey are !: banks 10:50 a. in., for Waldo. Gainer;':i1L,
tore, "Well so I long," said the and encircled by hills more or less Wansce." It is: fitted from roof to Work, having received new II. Cedar Key, Ocala, Tampa Ojl-tmlo

gossip, as he /took a parting timbered.A cellar with electricity. The dining and all South Florida points.

.':. : "Nigger swears hc'ii get a can- pull at the jug borrowed enough native of KinFassa: is said once room, kitchen and wine cellar are :Machinery, Type, Etc. Xo. 10, North bound, leave Starko

:. non 'fore he 'gators: any to have passed safely the rapids below nil connected by means of a miniature J:15; 1 11. us., for Fernandlna Jackson-

"".; more. -A. G. POWELL.An writing paper: to' last him a Leopold villa. lIe was in a canoe electric railway. In order to OUR PRICESWe ville, Lake City, Tallahassee, Penea'ola -

year, and slid out of the office. and endeavored to cross tho river.ltut convey thinga from one room to another and all points North.

exchange 'The was swept into the rapids. By the article required has. onlyto No. 13, South bound, leaves Stark""
:
Hon. Charles Noe siys who call I was seriously} afflicted witha dexterous paddling: he managed tc be placed on a little car, 'a button make as low as possible 100 for Waldo, Ocala, Wildwood.
:
' : keep his bark afloat through two pressed! and the car is almost instantly Tarares
Tampa, Leesburg, Ort&ndo
himself a, "socitty tramp,.." cough for several years, andlast miles of tho wildest waters. Then where it ought to ve in order to suit the times. and all points South.

whatever: that may be, has come full had a more severe cough she filled and swamped, and the native No. 11, Norh hound(, leaves Starko(
_ to the conclusion that the hoboes swam safely to a small island. A citizen of Brooklyn has the
t than ever before. I have used OUR WORK 5 -1'1" ai., for Baldwin, Jacks nvllla.L .
ought to organize? So he Here he remained six days. Tc largest known collection of bills ot "ke City, Tallahassee, Pensacola: ,
remedies without receiving
many fare. There are over COO in tho collection -
4.
( has called a convention, which- cross the rapids and relieve him was New Orleans and all Northern olut .
.. will meet in the city of Danville i- much relief, and being recommended impossible. Every day he could be embracing everything from Will be first class in every FOf..informlrion! addrei ',

Ill., 'on Juno loth. Posters to try a bottle of seen waving his arms franticallyand dugout the cracked to the slate extended of a mining entre.es camp with respect. A trial will convinceyou D. GREEN, Agent, Sturkp, Fla.
his cries for could
; htivu] been }put, up on the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be heard above help the roar of sometimes the which Queen Victoria fattened her A. O. MACDONELL, G. P. A.,
of this fact.DOH'T I
blank{ walls all the country t- 202 West Bay Street.Jacksonville .
rtt r' over by a friend, who, knowing me waters. After six days he was reduced subjects on jubilee day: and the czar

urging the U1"yrillies! to be a poor widow; gave it tome : by hunger and determined to gorged his starving thaus.'Ulds.During Flo i Ida.

, of the land to assemble and risk his life. He gathered together SEND 11
I tried it, and with the the last SQ tho increase }
; commit themselves to a fixed some light logs, lashed these with years

and united l'o1icVitlt-Ilse most gratifying: results. Thefirst vines into a rude sort of raft, then of population has been: In Your work away from home Skin Diseases

energy which is a local characteristic bottle relieved me very dropped down from the end of the France, 18 per cent; Austria, 45 ,

the trimps of Chicago much anti the second bottle has Island and, paddling with a stick Italy, 48; United Kingdom, ia; Ger- when you can get it done with For the speedy and permanent cnre of
I' nnd the Matter was hurled about by the u'many, j 75; Russia, 92; British colo- teeter, salt rheum and eczema Cham
neighborhood absolutely cured me. I havenot ",which however are not so sarong Dies 510; United States, 626. neatness and dispatch right berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment Is
r:? started in to get; ready for the without an equal. It relieves the itch
had as good health fortwenty as above, and although carrieddown
!, great event. Carpet moths do not like to maketheir ing and smarting almost instantly and
a great distance ho managedat its continued use effects a permanent
t; The. above was croVded outof years. Respectly, MRS. last; by working his craft into( a nests where salt has been, and here.WRITE cure. It alsoaiures itch, barber's itch

" last week's issue. it try A. Br ern. Claremore, back current, to get ashore. Bat ace may often get rid of them by OR CALL scald head sore nipple3,.itching piles
Sold / l scrabbing the floor with strong, hot chapped hands, chronic sore eyes & :&
Ark, by J. L. Gaskins, tered, terrified and almost dead with lids.
salt and before granulated
1 OA9wztC3R.X.A., Druggist. hunger he reached a fishing camp.Falsity water laying th, car for our prices. .

Bean the Il fund Yo 1t1.AJriaIS cut I ..'t'.... -.1;';.., pet.In .. Dr. (':td'iI Condition Powder rf BJtlLAtlU't / Beauty- flood Deep. Its Proved. Kamchatka tho i inner,'J. roof ADVOCATE pPUB. GO. horses are the best tonic blood purifier
.
.... : dean: Medd means a clean skin. No the I what idiot i and vermi nge. Price. Sdce&ts. Sold
(t, e Bmy wonder orlg.
..._ : If-tilty without it. CascaretaCindy CatharH the pine is macerated in wa .s b
,". .,
, "' t i:: clean your Wood and keep it clean, by mated the. phraseThere's no accounting -I pounded and mad into a Efcil of I
."",, ,' 1 TaVTED-StvFltaL Tit::: l'-\vonTlY Hemingway Building, '
aerie: the liver and : all injpurities 1 for taste. ., -nD-SIVERaL TRrSTWORTIWpersona
":" "' '" persons in this state t ottianattea4rbut-i"ntss up theyl driving : t ,.. substitute for bread, without: any Ii \VV
from in tbls: state to mauasre our tmal-
'
in < Begin today
{", tuclr ova and nearby: coanti es. It is J y. tsJfbraisb /. Tomp.kinJf': mbture off flour cess m thcjr O'irU and nearby con!tie*. Ills
pimple, boils, blotches b'ckhi'f1..1
.: nalsly otace worS cosseted: at bmse. Salar7 :: ; 1 Starke Florida.
stralghtr3ta: year and UpE'l1seilt e J arrt- that rirklj bilics c.Wpanan: : : bY'U ni >E .. -Because I'd like to get I EIII:straig&t:IT c=co JSOO sOrL A year contacted and e.-peasea-deth.ite*;iooc. Salary -
,.* :
_" __ r i7 bonafiJe.5. References.13se to scare : fags t'u.uy.eir-artdrtssed jlomhly 1 i tug.tisiactio Cestsete--beauty at him 1 I've just been accountingto If cork is sunk 200 feet deep in The bocaaes no znore. EC lees salary. loathly
; 37S. Esffcrt-nces. Et-dove scif-adtfr-ssexl
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.. vr'.l :. Chtc3l O. Mentioa ADVOCATE'rben lj i Morgan for stationery. .wife's. .*_ mf taste I-'_Brooklyn, Life.* ?n i v*" I' count- of the prrssirre" .of""tfce water." It C.:<}.Caaarets&Jail t3 cure CJ:; ,drugsiitc..\..tSartlc.! reluxd.Jc raon-T-or 23:. wri:1:1 Jept. )!. 'C,.'-: o. Mecttoa anvocazirvt. a:

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AND ''1CITItSI0N. wr G'252.5'2I Bad management_ -.
HAPPENINGS.
LOCAL

To Tampa via the Florida ,I u I PERSONAL- NOTES. 1m people in poor TALKS .<

HEMS OF INTEREST iN CONDENSED FORM. Central and Peninsular than any other one

-IQCAL, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Railrod. D 5H5H5H5E5Z5H5H5H5E5SSS. Q be successful one .

Those who wish to take a Sheriff Denmark was called ahead and plan ,

: Morgan for stationery. pleasant trip should take ad- South last week.D. when a favorable OF A 1VOM ..1

Morgan sells :Musical goods. I itself he < If buy WILL
presents you you
vantage of the extremely low M. Wills is visiting his

i r" Go to Morgan's for your rate to Tampa Saturday via mother in this city. take advantage of low prices at which

.. books. # the Florida Central and Penin- forethought will ering the Maine remember

Rev. Leitner and daughterwere expense and old stand selling Books, \
A good raii&wonld come in sular Railroad.
in the city Sunday.
'. prudent and c School supplies,
handy. :, The Gulf City offers many at-
-'...V*; tractions, and it is well worth Mrs. W. E. Copper, of .keep a bottle of The lack of space

Dring'us yourjob work. We our while to visit the city. The Wade, was in the city Monday.T. Colfc, Cholera and more, but come .

can please I in the .
you. train arrives here at 10:59 a. P. Wall, of Gainesville, Remedy '

Fishing parties to the lakesare m., and the tickets are good. to is visiting relatives in the city.A less fellow will Brothers.FLA.

becoming i fad. return on train cessity compels it
any passenger certain
young gentleman his best horse
The colored boys of Starkeare until Monday night, June 19th. contemplates a trip to New

organizing a band. The rate is $2.00 for the roundtrip York. tor and have a big -

.. to pay, besides; .
Old papers for sale at this office 25 cents the other
Mr. L. B. Powell made a ,
'20 cents per hundred. Bell Your Bike. business trip to Jacksonville dred dollars and

Don't wait but go to Mor' :At a meeting of the city Friday.Dr. why his neighbor

gan's for your books and etc. Council last week two important richer while he is !
:
E. L. Stewart made a
ordinances were put on er. For sale J.
by
The Starke base ball team professional visit to Hamptonlast
their second readings. One
will not play ball at Thersa to- week. Druggist.
called the 'dog ordinance' and and Second-Hand

day.Take one pertaining to bicycles.The Mr. Roy Brigham, of Kings-

in .the excursion to bicycle ordinance is to the ley, was registered at the New lathushek in the way of Tablets, Box:

Tampa Saturday. $2.00 for effect that those owning bicycles Commercial,: :Monday. sell these cheap. A good
are pianos with
the round trip. shall equip same with a light Dr. E. L. Stewart, of Starke, for five cents. Ha.'X

Go .and ask Morgan the and bell, and that a rider approaching was in the city yesterday. Pianos That Have a do pay a CREDIT the difference Business and

prices of those picture frames a person on the street Metropolis, June 10th. second to none.
.Crescent
he has on hand. shall give warning when he is kind tbat }have Bicycles s
:Miss Onnie Denmark is time and satisfied
nearer than 60 feet from "
no Stands
Quite a party of young spending a few days visiting ical musicians in Up.
said or Gents' best Chain
people enjoyed a fish fry at person. relatives at New River. They Are Notold
*' The dog ordinance is about .OO. All '99 Models.
I Kingsley lake Tuesday. Mrs. C. F. of Wei style pianos e
I Hodges,
follows All within
:
as persons rented for line Drop Head
Those who stood the examination : the owning bourn". is visiting her son, J. years ,
incorporation dogs
fered as great Etc. 'Va- make the
at the Hight School are on W. Hodges in this city.R. ,
!shall pay a license of one dollar they "cheap,
nor the
the qui-vive waiting to see if I per head on same, and a collar S. Adams, who has been made to sell Hat place.

"\ "It, they will pass. shall be placed on the dog's working at Yulee for several Every Piano Postoffice

FOR SALE-At the residence 'neck ,with a tag showing that weeks, has returned home. and every part

.. of Rosetta Scott, Starke, Fla., license has been paid. All dogs Mr. W. H. Tillis, a a promi- factory which .

furniture and everything necessary found in the city without a col- nent merchant of Waldo, was that it will last a & CO

lar will be in the
for house-keeping. placed pound in the county seat Sunday.Mr. Why Take
and if the fails call in
to
owner '
on cheap pianos, IN----
Money to patent good ideas
will A. B. Edyell and wife,
three the be AND
days dog
be secured by our aid. The
may
of Alachua
at
i killed. were registered SHEK can be WHISKIES
PATENT RECORD, Baltimore, the New Commercial Monday. and terms to suit

... Maryland. June 1-ly. There are over : ...Cora Whiskey$2 to $2.bO per
Here's Your Chance." J. R. Davis, onr hustling SHEK pianos in Brandy 12.50 to $3 per gallon. ;

Don't forget that we will do FOR SALE AT A BAUGAIN.3 .- insurance man, was talking up] "You should have WJ-3at Whiskey, $2":50. per

your printing. Circulars, Note, lots of valuable City property his business in Waldo Friday. INE

Bill and Letter heads printed situated within a half Arc so d on y by 6"W"A SPECIALTY.
Mr. F. II. Elmore Auditorof
Call write for ,
.
cheap. on or
stone's throw of the fac- LUDDEN &
".'".. depot, j
"'" the A., S. R. & G. R'y., was a Starke.
,,-sour prices.Rev. I ing Madison St. on the North, FRED KANX, ....
in the city on business Satur- s:
Morris will East ville, Fla., 29 East -- :: f
Hugh preach Cherry St. on the Church day. .....-.
at the Presbyterian church Sun- Street on the South and the :F.
: I
TYSON
day. Subject for the morning C. & P. Railroad on the West.Is :Messrs. Geo. Livingston and PROFESSIONAL -

'\!' sermon : "The Light that Never anideal location for an iceractoI'j J. R. Davis, of Starke, were in ---------
L. SCOTT, 1. D., FEED
was on Sea or Land." the city a few hours Thursday. 1.\.* STAB1Egt
or a lumber yard. Easy PHYSICIAN! AND

,, Before buying: a Piano, Organ reached from all sides. For -Sunday Y Call. STAIIKE, TLA.: ,

or anything in the music sale cheap. Good reasons;: for Prof. Scott, wife and :Miss Jennie ---
.y Office at Gaskin's Drug
*w line, write or call on Ludden & selling. ""'\Address, Wright left Tuesday for Par- I & &! :* Men t te Points In the CcIItIIr t

Bates' Southern Music House, J. S. W., care this Office rot, Ga., where they will spend rriiios.' :. EUGG, ----
29 East Bay Jackson :
Street
t 4 the summer visiting relatives. Attorney and s :nd Baffles for Sale.
villel'la.The, C.aAi VI' a TELT.: ..
Bears tad The Kind Yoa Have Ajways Bough! Hon. J. E. Futch, a pi omi- STARKE, FI.om -
-
ladies of the Home Mission Bignatcw X >VJ n-: nent of Bradford :: : = --
attorney e at Residence on
J -.Society will serve ice of ..
connty, was in the city this
cream Thursday, June 22ncl, Farewell im L. STEWART, M. D.,
Reception morning on legal business.- L. civmrry
from f> p. in. at the Hodgesbuilding : :Miss Catherine McFadden\ ( Sunday Call. EYE EAR, N03S AND ,
brick on West Call St. I IX
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tendered her STARKE: ,
The public is cordially invited. Kindergarten classa Capt. Geo. Tompsott, Supt.
farewell Offlec! at Starke Cms Co.CENTS. AND
and
reception FINE. A NEW
There will be a huge: crowd supperin of the A., S. R. & G. R'y., has
the last ------------ -----
park Friday eve
from this city on the excursionto returned from Pablo Beach, s CAN GOODS ETC.
Several visitors ,
svere present TWO ,
Tampa Saturday via the F. where he has been recuperating
and enjoyed the delicious AND TOBACCO.
sup-
C. & P. The cheap rate, advertised for several days. All advertisements
The Starke Concert Band
elsewhere in this issue, per. Mr. and :Mrs. C. D. Clough, column, if mertwo AT ALL HOURS.
is was also on hand and discoursed per line. Under two
catching the crowd. Gaines.ville
who have been spending a few --
Sun. splendid) music for"the occasion. i --

After the reception the young days visiting relatives in this '\'aYTED-10,000 men to

4 Sunday Call : Capt. -feo. people assembled at the Armory city, returned to their home in gau'I.. Bicycles Sifi.TSIroguois

Tompsett, of Starke Lakeland]
supterin-
Monday. SaLE of the
and had. a dance.New FOR -Green's fsmea. Model 3
Florida for sale at $ & MfarnFAILED
tendent of the
A.
S. R. & G.
Messrs. R. A. Turner and L. Q UOiS CYCLE WORKS =:.-: :::
railroad, arrived in the city Brick.In Putre"IttaiJ...SO ee.....Ute.and d.tlu-w.km With bouCh&lb..ntin.....U e fae-t
"Stringfellow left Tuesday for ... 1&r.$400 KodellltoqllOb D.
: a'R and .hed.auelplate.. Made to sell a'SCO. T..to
Tuesday and left Wednesday few weeks ; ..[; h !: cured _--our bu.iori u-oouoUnded toHU11_MO.i j1lft what
a Mr. :M. L. ._
,Cummer's Railroad camps witha n P !;; M ou' i Ito".t uJ..end ilia"the neto..al"ep 1 d.1 i
for Pablo, where he to : t\j (' i & .' BICYCLE i ..i.,is..... & le
goes Johns will uayoY -Ute.f&aloa to.JKSJSi2 ..
the of hands w w. ,
commence take
erection gang to a con- .a;: : :7rr1: ; Oft t'M The lr"1"_.......qtoco".u...wafone
?,
recuperate. Capt. Toinpsett has .to u. ouic, 101 ad&told d--iptien SUJby 1ia. .
of a handsome two for --I.e.
story tract several miles
building eimprevMtaropi.e.ermttdsl.ehsblepr ..
: "' h.t.areher.wa .
.been in bad health, and we trust baba&l r.dpr,f I.drop lore n1 ...d.maa.l.okn
.... that the sea breeze will be brick building on the ground of the road. CUT THIS ( ..frame..te.torehArJes...! .....22.. O.r 21&114 Weltte.ib_UI..tam Gra.iee. ZI r. 'hat'-aa.v.r: !.-ju,..:
''ats tewbathnl.die1.r
": a1.ns.t
beneficial to him. where the old meat market now Miss Catherine McFaddenand SPECIAL OFFER we...,Will..U.Tfel. O.Blwfc D.for 08 u..<>TUSr 2Ji.aDd...l-rr-/h4. at elNrsp-cue a-
..
4 stands, next to the livery stable &..10eee.te ttno of'diearaLt"lekn. for a' $11.ie"w4. ,.
I..l-h
Miss Lennord !
Mr. P.. Ketcham, of Pike: left Saturdayfor ord if to-OB with le$1 10,to.. 'W."wan....RID. :JiJE1..aGir ..&.'_
lut jW Ir_ .
of J. G. Alvarez. The f e offe. wllHla del eMIa \ ....
City, Cal. New York. While here these we will mail 700 on* upr r tl3traW' ... li..a.p..aw....
:
says "During '
my building will add much to the dozen Hunter boxes Specific of Dr. I ., ;w.refer w say knk er......horse. ia.
brother's late sickness. from sciatic charming. ;young ladies made Ppleltheprwoof whirba>e Sirts.a CYCLE 00., OhICStJD itt.
f
appearance of the town.COFISUMPTIOII. friends who box)cud tbnbeauutal ,' Eirja.e.g':d}:are teo.dw ht twr w.zr ,
rheumatism, Chamberlain's many regret very witcb.Voo .
can then(ell
much their ---- -
Pain Balm departure.Mr. the pili among i
was tho only remedy yourfnend.endtbe .
wtub wiilba that him DeWitt Roberts the yon nothing but a lttt!a
gave any relief. troobK Lr.ilonter'.
Specific.PUU l i
Many others have testified to I ; l hustling representative of. Lud- for bare.rcpuubun. a wonder- r.tyr.

the prompt relief from pain den ,&_ Bates' Southern Music largo'e r '

which this liniment affords. | never stops because the v/eathcr House, Jacksonville regis"' and aale had: l .
For: sale by J. L. Gaskins Dl 1@
bwarm.
,fJ# gist. ug- \l'> .. tered at the New Commercial 01TD SUPPLIES. .
Ill'. t1 Then why stop taking & Monday. Mr. Roberts will be

Schedule Changed. ]l SOOTT."S EFlJUJ..SJON in Starke again next week. you may wish in that line
I I'f i- shnply (teczuss Its' summer? it
The Florida Central and Pe. i Messrs. :Marion and Everett A still better one for X15.i
j Jr 1 Keep tatting i K.! It will heal your n.
.:. : 1' i
ninsular passenger schedule l h\s :. H", !Iang-s and nuKe them strong for {j Johns, two popular citizens of '! Records. -

been changed us follow : No. \t; ,, another winter.soc. t t I Starke, were in the city Wednesday A PIANO .
tt .aad$too; an drlrgFits. Ai
10, North hound, ariives Stark I and Thursday While
2:15 No. j a is d \: AH of the latest Songs and -
p.ju. ; 14, North; I here Mr. Mairon Johns purchased -1 who ai. i
bound 5:40:1. m, No. 9 South j tow txfy .t i :i at 50c. per Record, or $a.OO
; ctmXD
\ '"t' t&beo a fine blooded horse with I
1. : C / H u. Latepteecs
.
.. L
bound arrives Stance f J i" i1; ? ) IWDt ll"S." sacred f ta cot it r
: 10:59 a. ga the rush. We sell
o
expect
-* *V x> i <> many thoos&ad fasts which .he expects to do some dir factory.
ID.J.1\.T'., 13 South' bound caJlvil boptlews. In tea i J-M-uU sd tib cman eoin'big
o.
10:07, ,'js,,1..,>.t..;,.'l'n.*.t t i wo-nl1adTDATStrcatm"11t third
p.m. .C.;: E.H.GEif.'S sons Box K,Atlanta re.Ga. j Call. I touch EP ECU'IC dMim hal PIM to KtlL, CO., 76: A. l;))1t J()REUS.

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