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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: August 17, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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VOLUME V. STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1899. 1 UMBER; 115.a .

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STARKE VS. MELROSE. left field in the fifth and
I inning E Sca aaacaocasacaaasaca cvc52! !aZSZ52 E7

c .: W.. B. Haynes. N J. Jones. Starke Wins a Victory Ov- I Griner made three knocked bases a on homerunin it. Mr. ru 3 3i
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cr Melrose on the Diamond -
right field, but it was decided 1
< Yesterday.
"DOWN WITH a fowl by the umpire. [1
The Starke and Melrose baseball .
The usual squad of "rooters"were 3 U
teams crossed bats on the T. A. KNIGHT
on hund and hooted
diamond in this city yesterday.The to 9a a
their hearts' content but
their
TRUSTS !t" game opened at 3:30, 3
guying did not seem to have 3o
Melrose\
going to the bat first. .
The visitors batted well in their any effect on the visiting nine. &COMPilY

1jT Is the battle cry of the Demo- scored half of three the times.first inning, and They men were and all can gentlemanlyyoung play good lID 3a 3o 3o '4

ball. The boys left for their
The home team came to the S DEALERS II -
homes in Melrose about G o'-
crats. "Down with High Prices"is ; bat determined to even thingsup
clockbut before a
and they did, scoring five going they Dry Goods Shoes Groceries
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challenged the Starke team to -
times. Leon Steinmyer knocked ,
motto. come over to :Melrose D
so they
our in the left field
a high fly I
could get it back on them, but a
Tobacco Etc.- and
and made two bases on it. At a Cigars
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they couldn't do that anywayas ,
the end of the first inning the a
the Stark boys will not be
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score stood 5 to 3 in favor of a
I beat playing ball.
Starke. a GENERAL

P 1900 Will Melrose came to the bat in W{ TWO DOLLARSTo 3 u
{ :the second inning and scored I 3
jtrI three times. ( Tampa and Return Via 3
I* the F. C. & 1'. Ry MERCHANDISE.
The home team scored three 3
Tell The Tale.
times in their half of the sec- The Florida Central and Peninsular 3n
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ond also, making the score railroad will sell roundtrip
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eight to six. tickets to Tampa on Aug. m WE ARE OFFERING

Our Goods talk for themselves. People are The visiting team came to the 28th for $2. Tickets good on 3n Bargains in Dry Goods that can't be beat anywherd in .

bat determined to do some- trains 9 and 13, and good to re 3 the State.

learning 1 where to find Shoes Hats Cloth- thing, and succeeded in filling turn until August 30th. 3 3 .WE ALSO CARRY
{all the bases and a two bagger I
knocked by Stevens brought in SOON the Gainesville and 3a A large] line of Shoes. All styles and rrices.WHElT .
Gulf] railroad will be completedfrom 3a
ing Groceries Grain Hay Hardware Millinery two men. Two more runs were Sampson City to Gaines IN NEEDOf
made by the :Melrose team before -
ville. It would be a fitting anything in i our line don't fail to call on us. We can
they were sent to the field.
thing to do to celebrate the
Goods Undertakers' Etc Starke came to the bat and save you money.
goods event by a grand excursion to
scored four times, leaving the
this city of those who reside
score 12 to 10 in favor of the
home team. along the line. This latest connection KNIGHT & C0.
will bring into close re
The visitors took their turn ,
thousands
lationship : who have
at the bat in the fourth inning, heretofore been strangers, and B
THE but could not score but once. our business men should exert t D Corner Call and Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla.

AIR SEXShould Starke added five more runs themselves to become not only G

to the score in her ball of the acquainted but popular with D I
our new friends Gainesville
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bear in mind the fact that we arepreparillg fourth.In the fifth inning the visit- Sun. [d Sacacacac' acaEocao' aosacPca2552.5P Z'25 ml

ors were unable to score;; but ANY teacher who is not sat -

to order the finest line of Fall and the home team scored four more isfied with his present litnes s ..."J'..'. I'.!. oL.. .;.::..:].:-:.!.. !.::.. .'.. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .I .. ..'M"....
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times. for teaching should write to 6,1\.I- .--. .-.-SIff . . . .-. . . .,,.\. "'
The Melrose boys came to the the Principal of the State Nor

Winter Millinery goods ever brought to Starke bat in their half of the sixth, mal School at DeFuniak Springs

but could not score but twice. foi a catalogue of that institution 1.[

i Starke scored three times in the a copy of which we have ... ...' ..
"", sixth, and the visitors saw it just received. This is Florida's .. .I i, .....I'I.( .

AND was no use to play longer, so only training school for teachers :.:. :.(. .. .::.
VERY CHEAPFor '.j. .. ..
the game was called. The score and we fear that some who ..!(' \/. .
by innings was as follows: are entitled to the benefit of i it !::1'i:"I i: df
Starke5 3 4 5 4 324.1lelrose3 are not aware of the fact that :

the next thirty days we will sell our 3410 2-13. I tuition nses is are free so mo and erate.'CASTORIA that.otherexp f ii I G. LIVINGSTON, I II

-Denier In-
Pitcher Harry Steinmyer, of

stock of MILLINERY in order to make room the home team, was in good I 7 r: f: Hardware, Groceries, M
condition, and did remarkably !

well, fanning out eight of'the For Infants and Children. r! 1 Furniture, Stoves, Farming .(: ..

\for new goods. red shirts. The Kind You Have Always Bought' H': .. f

'" Col. A. V. Long was behind Bears cue3tgaatare I..t.. I Implements, Paints,

the bat and did splendid work olI. fdt9HMathnshek
C Oils, and
W. L. Wall played first base '
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in fine style. Arthur Ritch and r.

DON'T FORGET THAT WE\ ARE I Carl have Knight had any done more well practice not to Pianos GENERALMERCHANDISE.

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than they; had before the game. are pianos with a name. I. .

;:; IN LINE ON GRAIN, GEO- The home team was made up Pianos That Have a Repntationsecond l l "
as follows: A. V. Long, c. ; .

:%T H. A. Steinmyer, p. ; W. L. kind that to have none.stood They the are test t beof 1 5 Call when

": & CRIES, ETC., ETC. Wall, 1st b. ; Leon Steinmyer, time and satisfied the most critical on me you need.any'Y

2nd b. ; Jerry Wills, 3rd b. ; A. musicians in every way. thing in* ]line. I also a ZS:?
my
:: : carry
... H. Johns, s. s. ; Carl Knight, r. They Are Not ..11\ ( :II::

.--:.::a,,", ,,,r,:_.::a'J'_._ e': ,. f. ; A. E. Wall, 1. f.; Arthur old style pianos that have beer l.: full line Hay, Oats, corn/Bran B!:

:-- s Ritch c. f. Umpires, HarryJackson rented.. for years. and. then 3f- i t .
'" -. of Melrose, and E. P. Ierea aa great Bargains, nor are I,- Ij.y aiiu leeu. j&veryuiing soiu at 3 3prices
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they"cheap low-grade"pianos: ,
1 Duncan;, of Starke. made to sell "at half-price." .. to suit the tim I: ri:
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Coffins and Funeral supplies aspecialty and Both the-teams home played team played good ball exceedingly Every Piano Is New, !... >.".'<..-, ..i.,..

and every part is made in the .
\- well for the practice IttATHUSIIEK : : : ..A...
Also fine Furniture.Don't they have had. factory, which is a guaranteethat j :' .:
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it will last a lifetime. .. .. G. O. LIVINGSTON. : :
The Melrose
,, team was made .
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up of the following men : Fer- Why Take Chanceson .. Next to Postoffice, :-: Starke. Florida. :9::1I
nando Stevens, c. ; John On cheap pianos,when the OLD ... I

I forget the place. ner, p.;,; H. Blake, C. Barnett, AND SHEK RELIABLE can be bought MATHU-at prices ,;I 4

Jo. ... M. McCullough, C. Harvin, H. and terms to suit you? r #
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Forkner, G. Bennett and W. There are over'15,000 MATHU- ..


1)V.) B. HAINES CO. Bennett.a, A. H; Johns and W. L. Wall "You SHEK should MATHUSHEK pianos have in one.the PIANOS"South.GENUINE 1 .,. ...

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made the star hits of the game. .
< Are sold only by I. ,
Mr. Johns knocked two high ; ,

_ :STARK FLA. flies over center field and Mr. HIDDEN FRED KANN&,BATES': ,S.M.H. 1 _1t/.40 X1,11tP_ .__.%__11l__fit'._,_'lTl: l. P .. .
Manager Jackson
HI ... Wall .tbnrd. P bf nntv over i in ..?1' r. 00.Rf't Rpt: OtrPPt. "..\ !\ i, '! ,' l ... 1 ", .
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THE FLORIDA staunch supporter of Mr. Bryan. I conscientiousness is out of date, \,tem that needs revising and :! RJ\.i"RO.CS. ..

Y/EEKLY/ ADVOCATE. The editor of the Herald, and the rule of "practical poli- Secretary Root understands thesituation. 'i

Mr. Alfred St. Clair-Abrams, i ia tics" seems so, deeply fixed upon I FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R. R.

-- one of Florida's most able writers the country, that she is almost I As for thereis

PUBLISHED EVKXY THURSDAY and is "spunk" and "nerve"from Philippines, TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 11,1S99. All Trains Daily.OUUTH .
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hopeless and is
-AT- } impatient no. doubt that an entirelyiiew

STARKE, FLORIDA. top to bottom. We need with all those who ask her to I. deal in the matter of leadership I :: &: J'L se. sti. I 3r. : SuU'jIlUN: LlV1S10ir._I _.s!-J lJ .'

more just such men as :Mr. Ab- lose another id(,1.I 1. Lv. Stat'ke.. .. .. ... .... 5.i I 2 tap 215p I :Lv. Starke... ...... ...... ..... 10.61.IOU1p
I'. M. PRE W ITT and policy must take I Lv. k..4Jnvme.: ...... :' ;l i 4ip 4 30p :Ar wada; ... ... .. ....... ...... !I.5 r '10419
rams in our State. Look at her State It.\r. l-lt'rnll.adina. .... ..... ,9 aid 6: U5p 5 5lp) ;.AI" lrainesvLle .......... ...... ;ZUIp ......
legislators place)]:: soon. General Otis clear-j Everett.. ... ... ..... h) ...... 9 s..p ;Op Ar. Cedar krSs: .. .. ...... ... .... 7U:!,p: ..,...
Editor and Publisher.SUBSCRIPTION I all .\r. Urun"'vicK...... .....11 3a.: .. .. ......... .hr. Sil\.erpriniS:: ;, : _...... .... .. .. 1 wp: ....
BRYAN AND THE SOUTH. -they are Democrats of ly doty:) not grasp the situation I Ar. HlVannnh...... ...... 12 ;p.11 5p. .. .. Ar tcala. ... ..... ... .... ...... 1'p> 1 last .
Ar Jo'airfax...._. ......... :! 2.l'll) Sap '. .. \r. 1CildRCatt1.... .... ..... ..... :3:1'il'.
KATES. Those who seek I course, but glen! more diverse! or don't know how to deal with AT. 1)rmurl ............ :4p : La. I Ar. Lee3burg........ ..... .'..... 31"p 4SV>t
One Year ... ., .. .... .. .... .... ....r1.oo to turn the in views Ac. .\U t1"tl&.Ga..H.. U :Jp ;.:) . Ar. TavarEs.. ... .......... ....... 33p SOy:
and different i in t Ar. Culmnoia. .. .......... 13ap 4 3tsa ...... .1 Ar. ...... .. .. ......
.. . i ir. lie has Orlaz.lo. ,. fiOOp 8 xa
.. .. hearts of the .
Six MonthsThree ...... . .. 50 South from Mr. not men enough A r. .\.Jt'V1l1e........... .......... 1 t4Up. Ar. tivtnterI'urL.... ..... ...... / .....
Montbs.......... ... .... .. ......... 23: practice could not l be chosen under Ar. Viucmn.1tl...... ...... ... .... ..4':01.' . "' AT. ...... 327p.3.5V 4 fad _
Bryan are going the wrong way his command and lin isresponsible Ar. Ch3.rl\Jlte.N.U. .... S Op11 tau: .. . 'I Ar. OWerbb'-\ro.\\...... 4 42 6 2 1t ,
Strictly in Advance.OFFICE from a dozen opposing parties .\r. D. uvLlt!. \L ...... ._ 12 3tia 1 :{l1p.. .. Ar: ..... .. fi30 6l'11: ,
about the completion of their for that condition \r. lChlllund. 1'a...... ti uUa 6p.: .
in another .\ I.lchlJurg-...... 24.111.' 2 Z.ip . _STAHFa; b JACKSONVILLE :)
contract. Most of these section. From t lie of :di.tirfor: the President: has dr. lh.: rluuevilie" ...... 151"1( 5 :Sp . mi.T. .
chargeswere tAr. Wa..hlDgl 1...... .... .. .. Lv. Rto.rke..... ... .. ... .. ....//1 \
: & made socialist to the adorer of the I accepted( (l his advice and I A:. B;li.1mOl'e..>. .. .7 4Ua 1.1 11 9 :Op Ar. Jack on\'i1l?.. ... ... .... ..... 5p 11
him :! "P
against judgment '
UP STAIRS IX HEMMINGWAY during I ., Ar. l'uimdt"'lJ.hla........ :!;a 2 Ma .. '. .1 WEST. DIV. &. o. ..,. ...... .
: the machine! -from t the old green- in ihu I .\ Ne\\'yulk. ... ...... :2 ): 1r.
last -
BUILDING OX CONNER campaign and never + premises.: ::! Unfortunately Ar D'I-tou ... ........ y '-'' Lv. Starke....... .......... ...... 1)42) Upv i
CALL denied but hacker -to the: new goldbug he to continue avH't1I' S. ytlt't'EtiT.: 3'Vf6IJ''I'_ Lv. Jackstmvllle.... .... .... .... .. 51:.:I.1Sl b15a
we doubt if the cents Ar Lake City...... ........ ..... 1129a 102Ep ,.
AND WALNUT STKEETS.Advertising from the gentlemen of the old I do Lv. Stmke...... ...... ...... i -) ;: : _Ar. Live Oak.............. .. ... .. 1-112 2fta to1
stories lost him half------ n lnu'n_.. u to .so.: Gt n. Otis should 1 beset Lv. J." k"on"Lle. .. ......... 8J.t a ::4t 1p: ---1 .\r. IVfadWon................. ...... ll 141. :S'.
I South to the fresh leader who] Ar. .f. .Erelt.......... .. 1Oa 9S5m: p Ar. Monticello.............. ...... 2201 oIta
:: Itatc&\ otes in this section. Thei" aside at once. :Mr. :McKin- Ar. Alacun ... .,.... .....H.. 4 24ma; ....01'r... J\r. 'Pallahassee. ...... .... ...... 3Sl't' tlX1a.
can barely] sign his and l At' "'bnta... ... ........ !.45p p "c'a.=l: ... Ar. Quiucy...... .. ...... .... .. 459p ft-a
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Our advertising rates will be as reasonable louth voted for the Chicago I' : I IIpwilll1a.e h to be forced to the A r. L'iratathan: ................ 11 .0:1: ...... Ar.. ivl"rJunction......... .. ... bLp; 9401.

as consistent with keeping up a good news platform and for Bryan as one eats with his knife the IUlllteDemocl'acy : ] I :-ot it>p by public pressure. There l 'I I M.Ar. empbl an"'a..Clty.' .. .. ...................... .. .... .... 9tp 535p; .......... :\\r r: S Pensl\col.A!.. brle.... .;:..:::::..:::: :::::. I1IJoJf 3l5a 890P..... .

paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to of I .AT. (JhaHan..u a......... . 9:1 ... Ar. New Criesns. .. ............ .. 7tl.l&l......
Issue clean,attractive newspaper with only of its incidents, because it had covers all, and I [is plenty] of better material; : in] :.r. Leztagtua ...........' ...... StKt: ...
such of advertisements M. ..... ...... .
a proportion as will under this Cinciamttl..4. .3up .
Insure that all will be seen and read and none l argely lost faith in the old nlen cannot demand} :: 1 :: our army to take\ the (place, off Ar LonhvJl ...... ... ..... ". ... .3cp:! t-Leave FernandIna for '
I I I A t' al LouIs....... ...... ... ... O a ... .. .
burled behind a mass of others. Rates will leadership because it is strict consistency from others i t the incapable Otis. A r. erred o .. ........... ... .. !.1 p. JaoksonVl.lle 7.25: a. m Lind
be uniform and will be made known on appli loyalto Ar. Uetroit. .. ......... .....,...... 611I .. t \'
cation. they expect consistency at a Ar. Cle elund: .. .... ...... .. .645a: .. .... 116.15
the Democrtic ticket, and I I The recent assassination and Ar ]Inchmaro........ ......; ..... limp(:? ,,,..... ': PI ffil ; ;,
r home. A politician is now ex \r. Col "lhu. .......... :.'.. 130:1''. .
because it had faith in the disputed succession of President -.-.. .. r ,

LUMBER exports from Flori principles promulgated at pected to say more than he believes Heurcux of the Dominican SLEEPING) CAR SERVICE. t.=.:

da are increasing every mouth. Chicago. Unlike the North he and to promise more than 1: Republic, :are likely to bringnow Arrivals at Jacksonville from the North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m.,. .. ,:
performs.-Times-Union and I N o. 33 lit '; :-10 m. Fr- the North .
p. m and Nt rtnw st, No. 371 9:10 a. ;
and West the South votes for problems at doors. It m-
our '
OUR recent wind storm must Citizen. 1 K oni the I. t':5t: No 1, 7-23 p. m. From the South, .,..,0.os.ro? a. m..
the platform and not for then is alleged that a powerfnAmerican 1 X o. 10, ,3:58 p. in.Xo.s. .
have originated from the Eustis
nH -party loyalty may have OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. syndicate has practically 35 and) Sfi( carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville an;}' '
Lake Region. From Our Regular CORRESPONDENT. I New York and between
lost some of its binding effect control of the finances and I "" Jacksonville and Cincinnati Asheville. Not .
The of the and 34 c leer3' Pullman Buffet Sleepers betwt Jacksonville t
en and Ne,1'lr'
The us but still it is the reports daily press :i affairs of that Two .
dog law in Jacksonvilledoes l among throughout the i country. All meaN hotwein ('umriia: :>n"\ Ne\v York served On dinlnRCarvith

not meet with general ap strongest principle of political 1 country as t I|. warships have been ordered to : trains: So, r C. \us. S-'j) and 37, Cincinnati, Florida and I5cvan

the epidemic of yellow] fever nt I Limited. N >.'!. 13 and 14
action. San carry! Pullman Bullet sleeping cars between
proval. Oh, how cruel some i Domingo to protect) Amer- .
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the National Soldiers' Home I !-envilte and Tampa.s ) .
mortals be J The South voted for Greeley, a ltican interests. Syndicates\ have: _
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have (: for Ht."rest nncl klz3c'
HamptonVa. to tnla-No. f1 makes cnr.uection"it :
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who had been one of the most proven ;, been very well l cared for by the Port 'I'- with ..
tutllt -leamera I leaving lln
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Thursdays
he Saturdays
AN exchange says : "Any bitter of her foes and had doneus grossly exaggerated. Giving' present! Administiation, and No. 13, with those Ienving'I'ueyllt: )'s and Fridays.Nos ; '

poet or campaign orator can much as any other one man to the prompt) and energetic there is no reason:! why w e 1 and 2!, *!Iei''per l h. t t\v en N,.w Orleans and Jacksonville. -

measures: taken the authu, I Fu.I mfonnafoii; t' Tiek-t OiVice 1 S'ai "
easily melt an audience in thibloomin' by e. < *
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to precipitate the war which not take i in Sari Domin10 !i l- D.XWELL: .
ties the disease A. o. MACDONELL, L. A. SHJPMAN.
we L tlit er. l left her prostrate-whose paper appears' ::: to b' go; if the sebuie; of the Philip-( Sec. V. P. *!c U.l n. \r#r. G "n. Pns. A:,:ent. As t. Gen. PabS. Agt.

had indorsed and approved all 1 fully under control], and ;an epidemic 1 i"i <:pines 1 can be justified. All tea J \ ('ES: ();: ILLE, FLOUIDA.it i'

SEVERE was the fatal storm character really at no I ...... --r __ _..._ ____
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measures which made re ritorial syndicates ought 1 t to -- --- -- -
that swept over the island of. time So
prevailed. far therehave

Porto Rico last week. Over ; construction a period bitterer been 42 cases, eleven of 1 look alike to Mr. McKinley mHlI : GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILWAY COMPT.Time .

than death to bear. She voted "manifest destiny" ought not
two hundred lives lost.
were
them in
death.
for l\lcClellan-she has long resulting The to make; any discrimination between Table No 33, In Effect Monday, July 17, 18&,
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situation at the Home and i immediate '
GENERAL OTIS says he will 1 resigned the hope of seeing one !! fiiends. ivo.3
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vicinity considered; Dlily .
not waste much of his valuable of her own sons in the White Dist31ce'ex' Sun STATI01'iS. Cp'y )tally:
satisfactory. The FROM THE STATE PRESS Sid" .X 8rn i A
time House and exaggpl'atedreports ILv.M track A r.A1i '\'
on his critics the therefore must vote -- .
says cast abroadare -- .t0( 40:) ......... T ..... ..... -_
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recklessly .C.atneS'.ll1e. ... ........ ....
Washington Post. In for some one of those formerly] 315: -10:; ........ F .. ........ .... .. .. 30 9Ou .... .
other Somcrhing That Tow Can Say. : ........ Minnie 11111. .. ... .... ... ...... 8 iJf ........ s
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words, he will treat them as he opposed to her-she has grown From the Jacksonville Evening: Call. 5.18 "Ij .. ...... T ....... .......Rock; Point ing............... 8 S 15 2 8 8 -10-15 ................ "
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does the Filipinos. to ]hearing her appears peoplev l .P Flewelirn's ........ 2 8 .. ......
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candidates boast of former during the past fe\ I but we are glad to say that few l2.7]:13.0- -1 of Ste:J'=;) ................. F. ....... ...... ...........Elmore...Klrkwnod.. ........................... S. ..2L.!... 810 8 15 .......... ... .
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STARKE is surrounded Il.: (){ '1 5i ..... .... T .... ........ .. ... .. 805 .
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by the days in the "War of the .T.coma. .. .. .g
hostility to all that she held Departmentthat : people are full. I 5 H 00 ...... _
ItG:1 5 0) ..., .... .F .. .. ..,. ..........raylor.I.... .. ....... .. _..... .. ..... l
161-" b l0( ... .... . ..... .. 1 ffi
best .1' .. -
farming .. .... .. ....
in the Root ircanopY S 25 .... .
has Vj
country dear Secretary in / 11;
and sacred. .... .. )
contemplation -x- 13.;: 52J .. F.... .... .... .Tc <'awllla. ..... .... .. .... .. .
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19! 11 5'i I :: .. ... T ... ..... ..LaheSimonton. 735.
State and I. ..... .... ..
we venture to say Why, then, should she turn an army of quite' TStry 2otatt( be so rat. ?In I 5t) .I.... ..t T ................Iickrnin.... .... .. S 8 20 14 7Je: ) ................ c.;I
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that there is more cotton and 40,000 men for the From the fens.icula: : NewsThis 2;..i 1) to ... iT .... . .Suuthslde.... ...... ... .. S :0 7 ::0 ...... ..
: from Bryan on learning that he I Philippines. j .I! T .......lJun arvau. .. .. .... .... S 9 T ........ 'i
151 r alga ... ..... .. .... IS: j
IS llrtrttyrru weatherto I v Z .....Irttne... ... .... ...... 8
12 .... .
strawberries shipped from thisllare While( Mr. Hoot has bijeti ;:fi: 1 55.i; ..... .... .. 710 ... :.,
tried to compass the defeat of: : i at Ft Drane. .... ..... S .. ... "Of ...... ta"'
I .i.'l t) {U I..r .... .... ... ... : ;;
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than from any other pointin Crisp and declared that he the ]head of the department only] talk }politics. Won thost Ar. l' I .l-.i.t1e.d .. ... . S ..... Lv.'A.Ji PD .... .__ ..-,.',

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Florida.IT I brief tinn several gubernatorial candidates i- -St"pn:1 signal for 'a..enger.r frelxht. T1'ee5ph! OinC"e. .
would a the tieud of his S-E"rp. '
never cast a ballot for ------- :.:
: phiis: m+ hold until
one who had fought against the I efforts 'have: been, it H: alleged, up Tor further Jarortnoiioa. address. I<; 'j(1i;:.
is no longer necessary to gets cooler? ., .... ; .J
remind the American Union ; she has many times wholly in the direction of an :4.TI 1'.11. HERLOXO L. E. I5ARKI2II, tib JI., '
citizen
I
!cy din .tt to Vote, 'Z': ;
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that 'the war tax taxes are condoned and forgiven far increase in the a vail ble forces 3 From be High Springs News President & Ge,'Hgr. Gen'l Frt. & Pasa. A t' i '

here to stay." What the American worse than this. I in the East. The belief is growing If McKinley and! Bryan should G\ine3villc: Florida. r .
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Nor .will the South refuse to I in army c rdt'8{' that'cr: ::; bo, tha} '"': --- .r.L..7: .::._.. T.I"'O'"- _..._ L.- J__.... -_--_ ..__ --'
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citizen is afraid of is that .t : next candidates 1 for the]i -= : 7 .::-:-_- .

the is hire '' support Mr.\ Bryan upon proof tars Root has in mind a plan presidency, and the soldiers l tfl.A firTf E "
war to
st.\.' -N ow 1 1e r a i t "U\3J firrr R filVHR & GuLF : ,
York Woild.Tin that after Mr. Cleveland had 1 Poetically(: : !] matured; to ma!\ I Manila; should be the voteisMcKinley I .J it ..S.1 ,!JIif.a"J J 4..G..drJ ( n"y

signed, the repeal of the Sherman I Gen. Otis' available flrCtatj wouldt "he In it.*' Tias Tabb! Inarse,,Wednesday, August 3rd, 1B99. '. ::' ,
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: American Tobacco Company bill, he sought to organizea least 40,000) ) men.: The natal/ r 't...' .. ... --- ---.'- -- -.- .'. ,.
'" <",. -- -- :, :.
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is going to fight the anti- new party, declaring that the t of: enlistments] in the new volunteer f teetersIC3: CC1:11I1N. StU No. I! :.ro.3. No. 1. ;;;Cai:'.1'j,,, j Nn. :!. t1.I'fNo.4.I .' .s{
D
oy.RJ.t: ulr Hy rani If :;:
oigarette law in this State Democracy was sold to the army have now n' :chl'll'! r'ml: the You: jla County I p.cor(]. --- -- -- --,- DaJy: Sato 1 Sun OT : ',
passed gold 30flpl 1;sit 6 4.;; .. . -
t> a : t.J :.v. .Starke...... ..... Ar '
by the last Legislature.: 'bugs and had :a total of 9OCJ. SecretaryRoot I There! is as much I muleyill 1n :! ni p ,, N 15 p 7lUB ; tS.,.. ....hneb.am:.. .. ...... I 5 0 JOtia IOf a g5op:. : !.S :Op ',:_,'t11:
corporations, ;t ::9 p I:::.I p l.bi t 16 .... ... Sanp..nr.JUDct1h .... ... .5p :5p '.
Lawyers have J has made favorable impression : } banks of the sr. u. ,t ttO,, ., p .b Sup... ,) lf
been a .. ...
already employed outlived its usefulness, and :; I I P ( Hp 7 a :..... .... .. Atlant.. .. _.uu._ .. .. 'n.n.. .10'.n..1.. _. .,...... _p u.__ PI .,"I.fI;],,>]!;.
I at I I is F.pt) .) P 73. : :; J .. ..... -- n........... .. .v.v. "' iUP: : ;
lime
; ; .WtardCity.
and the case promisesto ctirvnlil Tm l-itirit> .1. iic1- .- -,- pxnr s. 11 in official circli'.s! ;; here j any oeiore the I 350( oJ ': nx) p 73t1 :. ;... t .. .... .. .rbnmasf"Wu.. .. . .. .. 15 17 TUJ6 a \ PI"t p' ... .
---j.-- freeze four 4 C l I p ; t 74711 : .i : ..... .l.t'rOs- ...... ... .. .. 1001:10 9t'b P 805p tli.
be an exciting one.GAINESVILLE sions have fallen from the lips 1 \Yh.tt.: especially impressed: the years ago. Florida .oS 031> i3 P 74.t : 4 1 ... ...... ...... OetzelS.<<:. ... .. :P1 t'J J \1.8 1151 e.a lit! p 55p.. ;.:t"
i 1 plpl ft p 757a n : ..... Hlnehw..rth........ $5p 552p .;'iiJj
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of many Southern leaders still officers who welcomed their new jis 1 on n wave of prosperity:: and i 4. u_9 p 7'Lt p ,. filJa !... .. t .... .... ...B..rnett'SLa?e. h nd;t 041 9:1a a 84t p 5 c.-.p '" >-if,.';'
is ; :1:: p ; :2) ; 3 Ie:) a .. : .. ..S. F. t w. JU&cUIj .. H3..p :3.'ip ..
: the proud high in the confidence of tlj chief, was the businesslikemanner it is going to continue to grow. 4 "P I f 'Si IT ; lJI I a 1 lii(3 : "., ..............\taehtta......)...... 26'919a 11 916: K 1': p 533 p x:r:'
4 :r. p ; 7'j: P ; &:1 fa I .. : ....liodxes. .. . .. u 14'O: 6 ao -'>-f.-
possessing city of 0,000 inhabi K T. 4 ,') P I 1 i.i 8 4.i .. ... ... M I p8a '(J P bhp '' <
party and their people. Mr. in which ho went about : P a i r .Osernla ,. .... ....Ly 3IJ fI Sft 8 M! f;i. 505: p.. .:1\ :
tants. Gainesville is rapidly rhoSiJhat Itt1! ,....,
fry. "t.
Bl'.an"il1 be blamed but he things. It'was noticed, however -, CGXNKLTIO.XS.At : ; ':;> .
coming to the front I From the iines\IIle Sun. \ :/:'>
and we that the : Sarkevttli r. l'. & P. I:. Uroad for Savannah '.'
will
also be commended and. new Secretary j The and JacjlIoDvlJJe,
hope to, in the near future, has j phosphate, i industry of Gaine "vite! <5eala, TUITJJKI, 0 tan h ttc.At ,,,'JI
those who do not vote for him no present intention ofj
look upon that thrifty, thriving I Alaclina county is on what may. S nijvon .r! unction with O. ?. & I'. for Falutlva, Vnldodta.Maeon': i etl' ..

little after the publication of the downing Corbin'as some persons very properly] bo termed H For f'.u'r infovination call on or atldress ".. 1
city as our
metropolis. proofs: had already decided to II have urged him to do. At boom, and the indications are Ail'jUjio::, lWfAiwlitllk % *\. TOMPSETI': ,. : s

abstain from the same/ time it appears that : Gen'! r t'sager .Jaclcsolvill,1'la.:; Superintendent, Starke Fla.. :\..-
voting. that
TnIPhiladelphia> Record the industry will continueto :tJ .);. razaKsvaJMytiiGaAiXttTvsstzac&rviuyjr, ,. ';-k< \;
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"" hcn Nor will it avail to show that Gen. Miles! is to receive every --------------- -- --- - mttfmmTAILOKJXO. 1 ... 1.
: All
fays a summer prosper. the
girlflirting plants' Hill (}\\ .::{
with Mr. Bryan bolted a Democratic consideration. There can: ho. : .,.' .
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an available :youth I operation are taxed to their ,; ,

writes her name absentmindedly nomination and supported a however no change in the de full capacity, and new- plants ;I -r.<>,. ....<:>.. .. H II II 'I .. :

in the shelving shore its a j I i Populist ,' candidate, -it_ was i partment personal. The heads: :.1'0- ht-'inn". "--- l'nn.,,,...<.:..t.nt1........,'. .U'H'U'U.,rLL.0 ..' V \],. ,9 -s'atoh St1"in; ...... O- -i--. J ._... \ ,".'. ...; j

delicate implication hf could j elt__minersi uu IIIUL uu utui of the bureaus; cannot be disturbed The owners of phosphate: mines'-1;'! b r.l r'Zt" ,\ ?I L T is ni well nbut! si:4 the that more rcznners solid: make the ,:*'fi._ :}..

make: her change it if he had !j i I done this when the South voted by any Secretary, unless are cil'culltlhga vast nruount, of ; f ..-.%=.9A. ..t t,; '/,,,.c,,;.;. ::.&If.t.- ....\Z. character: is also necessary ingredient to >a hut of { ':" 7 ,

the sand:' for him in 1S9G. These are by assent of the President and IHOIWY( in this parr) of h Florid,:, ,j 'rJ A ''t-T.-'oU'J: ..,(:.j't"<';"!:;. ;;.""t\.'!;;Z,:,: f.\.,- '\\,,
the charges that are expectedto I Congress. The inc-jnipe ant much of which is htve;ted in | ..:0..7-:.")'--, ? ; ;.:;,;1 '" 'j he will Cnd the latchstring out" for him ,' '',,;';;''<;,.'
/p c- +. "
all
Gainesville.laonto y ?: : over: the world.FOR .
COTTON is now being pickedin lose Mr. Bryan the support I must continue to block} pI'o,rt'S-o: : I \ r(2'1... ( /. f;,) ;): REALLY: ._.
I _,7 _........_:w CORRECT DRESS'
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this locality and is being of the South in the next nation. until old age removes t them to w-t Vonr Ilorrelg 1'V 4 :- )'. :'_:".... t '\ In t, ..
TTJCi I Mitcriil "'
]hauled I al convention hut the retired list. Ir is the Candy Cathartic, cure con tlpatton faicsrcts. I Ii '<<:t'JI-t\C: ( .' A : Style, Fit, Finish! and GC nt lt- .'' _-.;.;".''
to this: city to be jinned. we repeat, I s\ s- :Oc.Cjc. It C.C.C. fall! drug 1 I.IS rdld forcer. \ i?\ II : \\ !manly effect, you should order your tailor "
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J rcoeE'I:: I ; : E .J.- ==:t i \\\).. ang oJJ )i(.

Our farmers planted more cotton tho meeting at Saratoga has j --- -.- -- h_ __ -_- .. _......,-_.."_"._.. _, -: ''''' .;'J":' ".'i' ''t- M OR J GO. : ;;;;:...::

this wasted its labor in >tW..roi 1"1J"'" ... I ., :.;.{.."
year than they have : collecting WWijV: V' L':aYJL'" JiJtif'J i'lt'1'l i6J u'I4iilid310/Li+'. 'Ji JoPI :! The Great CfaJcioMercfciriTtBer ". .

planted for many We the proofs, and will appeal to THE C ';4)a; ,'", !i'a' !"u ,. ::.
years. are
GRIPPING Faro.er201eartlheheaderslotkeCaltom
BROS. CO.'S | _-H>- ......,.,..4_ You i ..
can e ct a "BORN": :
glad to see the cotton product the South in vain. l ANT FRUIT Descriptive 2nd Illustrated:! C talctr'STelia : t y Gq i !,l'' .1 V goods for lees and money tailorinr.than I. astuDrpAil s.i tor tot Orrrcoml Inferior "'"_::.,>-,,

increasing, and trust that It is not that the South is so I &} a.>*_ -_, FIT AND. Fl.MSH+ GUAIA."U ',
s : rhl'H .r:........ ;
the market: will be better this deeply enamored of Mr. Bryan, ,j C-OR PRO FIT w'rat to Plant :and How the Great to Grow and Market C C3LL Of Caw41. QttwDtu I.i.i.//r.A- ,f"

year than: last. though he has a commandingand _..Meney' Ma1:1na Fruits of tlis SGutb... :

;.;, HF h-Grade Trees, I Pt"\cbel.: Pears PBIB Persimmons Q DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN- 'Jl"
but
engaging personality, ; Not Trees,Grape., F1 Rs. S.1tsuD1:13ud: other fr '
OF ALL our xchanges the i: Orarpwca; : Citrus Tn foil at a Mock, Orrui t i ...
but she I
has
been.disappoiuted: Iti Low Pr'..co's, uufi'tol Trees, Kov s and: ewer|tisin;for the : r."cribod.r fays So. Don't .
Tavares Herald contains-:. the i! in tr roT orcrardorgarden. Address tr: I! ('&""' rots Canflr, CoU'orliellie most vron &etOSptt..J8IhutOtrUhl..'. ;
so many political devices, ...CATALOQUE I dciful iaeJical tliscox.erv of tlie 'ear' I To quit tobacco easily and f.91TT9T. be r.ajcct.u. '.ty
age p
FREE. ff. .
H'sp Halt st" .editorials. TheJIp.ri11d' she has grown of devotionto Th e Ufi II mg i Bros. C 0. !1nt an-] refreshing to tbo taste, act gerlI [he. lull of life, nerre and vigor; take N TOo ..
weary aril !"I>:i U"tly on, :.lurft, liver rind Lords I t5e won er.worker. that Hakes weak mat; :
.i isa. DemocJ'c paper, abstract principles she has .. Nnrsrres anj Te t C rounds at--- ...a POMONA NURSERIES, I !h'Iwl! ff the eittrych!' -m. disjtel rcM"! ,I ?:rocj:. Allicci drugistSYOc: crfl.! Cur par a.a :':{,.,,. .
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fcg.. Uookkt .iP;
; I Ur" tMunc'N!! fa'FI", hahlt.:11: nst1patJOJ ana samt.t!: tree.Tho A 1Gt"s1 h.
e ;Ire ..::d.. a.t-. .....r] 103 hen' told so often that political J RSacettaap, Fla. Jacksonville: 1 s 3.eo. -;;;, i 1.r.11 JnuFiir1"; .". PI;'jaso buy aniMry f. lend I S>terUrj l.emelp Cd, Chltaa! : or :2.ew Tu. o "
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I 3 I a I 't'Z: Z!"':: !:, .et t v .... ... t.-4ay:10,:r.r-Orents. .Soldac! t -
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I j MOZART'S "REQUIEM.' "" THS MUSIC CURS.TT .' ,: MEDICAL. I I PKOV18IOXS, IlAT .

a I > Gn.\IXt. _':' .. -=...
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.. [ .e dlrcovery of a hex trwtccnt: called! .
a&d the of
The Faiaoca Composer Story
the tnnJC! cure o.mie to rw from the tlt7 c3'rrtch.ctrnTrzm I IL
: Ul Lit Worlc. THE C. B.
r ezipt.J.ore ] : ROGERS CO.
,:: ; The famous composer! :Mozart: was '_ r'l 1 end .
ye tore weary folic w c'Te su? 'il !-i t1- M.f :: Si I If "
i BO completely wrapped tip in music ft-ed many n ycsr.Tb 1MP33TERS! ( : fl'S? WHOLESALE CRC[P.S.
4 .reaettothose; << cdjes to core: :your iliii :
that ho was: almost like a child in J-ero. ,, :!
rnnuw nunn GU1I>taq'nlurRRlm'ml ;rrswwnwm: F JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
::a ra.e r what ,cur trouble, be year heart f ;
i' every other respect. Like many (>r liver wrenYon -?, ( U tm iA

:.. weakminded people he was always new tray Cad correction in the noaacru I m I m Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc.
of a BCD I"
t in constant fear of death: and it was :j.: tUn. S< LE AGENTS FOIL :j Our business confined to tho
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f only by constant application to his fib+n in yorr a freak*!
:'" ,work that ho kept his spirits from Tu tWIst and twirl tr..i twingecadthrobt1> 1:1 -- -- pluners: neither..udwnord*
-A \. cnn can hardly s,t-ak: Caned Halts.
f sinking totally under his! apprehensions :;o !11.,?,f-r call! the dia<;t-ua in. at knife and I I sired
of approaching dissolution. liilllC tVtft, 11 i:-3.A k.1Utlt Ir Tha (1Ciiu{i You Have

And samuten' dean de Keszke and get him fri 'B- Made I 1 On
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'. Whenever he was not occupied by sijg it to!!. j jIT .I b _:- "' .a': Promptly Application;
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:: his studies he wad tho victim of a to yonr toe the livisg rch of Csiya that art i 1-I =' .,1 ;.. .-_". -:I?::I:: -:.. _:.,:-="::..,"::;:;":;.;. -'.."' g: Always i B OU&II I Ili ----- t
\ no more -
.. profound melancholy, and occasionally Should: bring those" ("()r.ty feelings that no fellow 1t1'c geb' !lerrcpa. : r Assimilating I'-Z'- -.I- .-..- -- L--------..,. \oItt.: .
] these gloomy forebodings possessed lu-nkoiH for thzFccdasrling "P'ct1u1a-/ -'- -- -
:)
; him even while he was at his Strike up your, waltz and so of Stravsa or sore iifiptro'wttP .the. Slooaciis' asdBov"els of Bears th e
t U.D.
.i work. The circumstances::: under With those infectious dancing strains lcCBf.so IdINER.STARKEt
that I '7 l irl .
which he composed his celebrated toe i II l- .

"Requiem" were remarkable.One for orr'r.:
day when he "was feeling un chills, E Promotes Disestioi\.Ckcrfu-: : FLA.
tbif-o times n any tike Mozart's safe and snrsyiuvhonic I
usually depressed!:! he received a call xquillt.lud nessmdRest.ContainsneiL'lA "

from a stranger tall and dignified if nay tin t-e trouble sure'does not yield to them* yoB I i I I. QpminVMorpliine nor 1 t1erJ. a,. of V4b, \\TATCHMAKEE\ \ AND JEWELED

man whose manners were unusual. UOT NATtCOaIC.
t ilascnp-i's intermezzo pill will work;;a speedy

.\... .' ly grave and impressive. He told curs I I I -00-- JOll 'S CRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R. JL *

Mozart that ho came from a person t x. who did not wish his name td bo UlHtttT wl I: \ Df't" f known to ask if he would com-
-5o lung &A ere yon start abroad: you do not faa giltd'nna# a
f': pose a solemn mass as a requiem to pet I I I4JslleSchr- ;. cP iI pc.!ir-l and i'roinpt Attention Given to Repairing. Charges to suit
-. chat Ooultle! !"r'on they'll! give na now, t I Jtnitt Sqdliryrrrrunt* I
for the soul of a dear friend who ell I cl i n a I the stiingenry of the time!
cure orguinetto.Or : I t
1. JA Carbonate Sal # I
had recently died and whose mere.
n, pprchJir.cr, this does act ts FredI OU] Gold bought or taken in
l ory he wished to commemorate. cure soon a I. fiuth'JJ't9rr t : I 1 etc lft 1. d e.

,> Mozart undertook: the work and *:o matter WI' Clp.lro what 1 kind of; disease our cysteir ,Iaynrn/7art, : I' 1:1: w' a I 1i i -_-_-_ -.. ... .... ..s+. .. -a.. ..

promised to have it finished within We're may Letter apqu'.r oil than, e'er before beneath thiisys'orn Apcrfectltemcdy for Cowslipslion. : iInt' I, --- ........" ------=_--.- ..
". a month. The stranger inquiredthe grand .Sour Sloraich.Diarrhoea, i iI .-,

price of the work, and, after Which r-ir the iu ior's substitutes the m.ou" I Worms,Ccnvu1sior.s.fe"-crish- i' s fl !: [lit""UfJ .....-- ---_._-- --

J paying him 100 ducats took hid John t"I Kcadiick w <,thl'I'f'nU t-f.ip4in! Carper'An MS3.Z1DU I I ness and Loss OF SL EP. 'i : & O:3 U LJ fi' t1 u CANDY

leave. The strangeness of the visit Simile ; : ... "
Tac Signature ,
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'i'i seemed to have a powerful efiect Early Talker. ,' ,; 1 a fi e 5 i '_ CATHARTIC

upon the mind of the master. Ho "Love is blind" according to the I t Dongllt ;
:r-"LVI "YORK.rXACT u' U ,,5f1Y I I
brooded over it for several days and proverb, but the proverb cannot 1 h* : a

then, suddenly calling for writing true of maternal love, fur iheavwrcge 'I > +w

materials began to compose with motbt-r ijsiMly hi.' 's in her baby! 1

;: extraordinary fervor. The incessant a. world of things which nobody else :
CAs rORII
r application was!: too much for his can discover. y _. CURE CONSTIPATION

x Y strength. It brought on fainting "I>i>ca your baby talk any yet ?' COPY OF wnAPPS, ,i

-; fits and increasing illness forced one woman Was heard to ask of an r y

r.,, him to stop work. other. [ """f: ,,"=,--11" ';' :'b': a&* & 3ai THE S33SGEGEJ ChnfAUR.u.tt COMPANY.., NEW'r'!"YORK CITY. JOe ALLDRUGGISTS

1 "I am writing this requiem for "Talk Well, I should ay he did I 25c 50- '

myself," he said one day to his wife talk !1" replied the mother nlmos-t { ---- ---- N. '

f lilt will serve for my own funeral indignantly. "Ho says just; any -'--'--- ---_.._ '----" ,_..,... ._._ __, ,- } --- ,
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service. nAnd ho was never after thing His little tongue runt- steadily :

t. ward free from that impression. from morning till night. lie can "UXCI..E :E'4" POl'V- I which he c.m never hope to accept r THE:
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At the end of the month the mysteiious ask for anything he wants at the table LAKITT.Every and made! to realize: in everyt GROVES

stranger called and asked for or any place else. I never bad a citizen of the United I way 1tt: thw \vorM} considers !,) HEYYORK/ WORLD

tho requiem. "I have found it impossible child that talked -o early or said so States should feel proud of the :J I ,
said Mozart "to keep I 1 him a very important person:>ge. j ., -"kfl. :
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my things at hit. ..
many :: uge. -- '- \.
t honors \\de11' .. ;:. .- ;;: THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
and attentions ..
woid. The work has interested ( } On of all this .\ ; .;-' !
: me "My sister-in-law: ; has a little l oy I account we i \:

more than I expected and: I have S months and 4 days older than this h-iVe teen shov/ered I on Admiral: can only be proud that the ad- 15' J it-;',';.','',.',"':,":..>......;..::.,:.i,.!.!.,...:..i,!:.\i

extended it beyond: my first design. child who doesn't:; begin to talk at-: George Dewey in his i E.iAIES': :t \ The plrikelug and important evenU4
voyagefrom /uiiial is an American :and that If the last have established tho
: 1 shall (
require another month to much nor as well, although, of f .,,; .-. year
the scene of his illag niH- I I c. :t ,F. ::' :.. value of Tun TJIRICK*
; finish it. The stranger made no course, i wouldn't sty KJ before her we, as a nation have him: as a !i I I rf'LDR toe po_ ::: .. ";;'l'I overwhelming
[ .... re'I .
I .>bjpction; but, elating that it was She thinks the child is a wonder, but cent achievements to The land common possession. The section .I ., P\5'l"I \ !; '.1' j. A-WKEK WORLD to every reader. F. ,fan
I/o
only: jut: to increase the premium he doesn't:: compare with bis littlo of his birth. St' l om in \tht'\\ j 1.11i: ," \3 ..'!;\:m"'t.r.;1j j fJ alnio nominal sum it li:.it kept it \
.
in which he horn islnlnlaterial subscribers of the
informed J lrobr'ra
tfov the additional labor he laid bread and was 1"' "'-'! n1.t tI ;:. :;;;- !
here.
,
cousin Johnnie !Bay: *
history of the nations !his; one The main is <: -I_Iaro.'t,_". "'. !' "'-( of all our wars and, moreover lia? rtported >
down 50::; ducats moro and, after' butter for the hidy. thing -' au\\.. t.i r'J .. &
promising to return at tho appointed man been :accorded Kwh a serirsof I ;;.ti.c. """ 'V \4. them as promptly and fully
"Bed an buttum, said Johnnie. hat he achiewd his i victories : <:; .
it [ .s; .
J time departed. Mozart much astonished "Thero! You see how jjerfeLllyho ( ovations t as those t tenderedthe I I I :: . as i if it were a daily. With outintrt'-
\... at tho whole I for the! American: people and !o.\;: c+ts still extending throughout !th!
proceeding it, and the Let: sister- ..
says my hero of Manila the "!. :: ( :.!$
J
ordered a servant to follow him, but in-law's baby can do i is to say: 'bt Hll I, ; I Tht; in thjir: name he is being !,I ---"h--;o....... e.t"U: : : ". t; world with our troops operating hi
I and grnuiiifMess; ::t'i:;' \''.' the Philippines, and the gre't Prcs'i idential .
the man lost sight of him in tho an bullaw,' arid he calls sugar 'coo- I spontaneity of f feted and welcomed wherevei I .. \ : } -I -- "

!t street and was obliged to return gab.' Johnnie. t-ay: sugar and I'll Iv1Iic11a1't' their l-adiii: ( ;? features.WiWu his lead him. Atlanta I campaign too, fit hand, I ii
-
i footsteps 1 TA5jTELESS
value i is further increased.!!
without learned I
having anything
give you a lump when we get home. Dew s-ailpti from
y ( The of TUB TlllUCE-A-".t'.' ti
Constitution. motto
If about him. Mozart I |
was now firmly "S oogum !I" t 1 .. .
I persuaded that ho was a the difference Ilonr'!.! KOIHJ!. : \\"i ilhoidtrsiodui 1 ( .-,. .01:1.1): ) is improvement. It *tm. *
messenger "There! Yon see : >!. -;'4'C' '

, from the other world ecnt to warn i It's just eo with everything lust I stnJy.or*" <.1s.ibll'.; tin* foru.ulaUw J".', .,r" ":!> .. d ... tired 9 J ::.R,!II -: l- e-.'Ii > ear to be better than it was tl 4

him of bis approaching end, and he never l.rag. about it to my sis-ler-in i Spanish t ihet fnin:: in I hip .1'.4."V" I >I II II ;year before, aud public confident

I applied himself with fresh enthusiasm law, for she'real fl'nitiycal.uut it. I 1 by !local applies JOIIP: as th"y I t ; in it Is' shown by the fact that it In.'*

to the requiem. In spite of the "But 1 wouldn't ask if lieu I' : unters he was comparatively I :: CI:: c'llntE't1 more than twice as inai: ,ypapers
guess: you I cannot: reach t the diseased i : portion r -rr
exhausted ,edition of his and : ] unknown To i mrd r every week as any other nrwI ."
cc : body this chil .,&onld talk if you could an man. E f2} .
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t of t the ear.rl'liere: is only I ","' ., ,. :A. .
in Ais.We *
-1; :' aot a daily, published -
mind the work was finished within hear him onto! Of course; he's in a be sure his mime was: on the ; c. ru >: I alter,

the month. At tho appointed time I strango place now, and bo's quiet !, Ole: way to cure deafness, and( IS JUST COOD FOR ADULTS.WARRA&TEB. orttt

the Ftrangcr returned; the requiem but I guess h Malls; and 1 don't naval I renter and many: s1rithad ':* I that is by constitutional reme PSICE SO cts, !! offer this unequaled newspa! :

was ready, but Mozart was no more. i iHarrIer's see who ho gets it from either! been told of his j.rouess in GAI.ATIA.ILLS.,Nov. ,K33.Paris : and FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE: -
lies. Deafness= is caused by an Tlcdlctao Co.. St. Loute.Mo.
Round Table. : There; are no great talkers in my I the service of the government.But I (;el1tl roe:1-\' sol.l lajt year ITO bottles cf gather one year for Sl0.The .
family nor in his father's. "- iniliimed condition of the mu- THOVE'S TASTKl.I": '"* CHILL TONIC era gave regular eubrfcriptiata price nt
tlw'od(1 he I bojuht: tbr..e .:roil'crdr 'h'8 car. 111I1 oar: tzTKnca : -
to at I
Battle for Life In the Kongo Eapids."Cruelty Youth's Companion. large cous lining of the Eustachian I .. { of 11 yenrj: la the drug bnMnc-s.. fc-.ve the two papers $2.00.
j never sold In nrtufi.atpavcench{ uai"e sal etttiaud -
In the Kongo Free State" was only 'Commodore. Dewey. I actl.ll fUJl.c.:: -c. Yours truly i _
Tube. When this tube gets; inilained AnnrC.1RS 3cCa
I
is tho title of a made up from nil Blunder. ''
paper in command of an American I
.
the journals of the late E. J. Glare: A friend of mine, says James lleet I you have: a rumbling I --- -- -- -- --- -- | F.C.&P.RAILBOA1)>
and his bra\.t"n' and
in Tho Century. Mr. Glave tout had colonial .. I sound and } '
Payu, a acquaintance i I or imperfect} hearing, I
Starkc.
Arrival and of Trains at
Departure
the following story: who was yer1ike a certain eminent skill as far as the naval: experts: \\ hen it is entirely closed deafness I ATTENTION IS CALLED

Stanley pool is a majestic place diplomats and plumed him c1t of other countries were concerned Schedule in effect June 11, '00.j .
and is well named, for it is a monster it. My friend met him one is the result, and unless t :
upon were unknown quantities. To the fact that we are now I j No. 0, South bound, leaves Stark:
At each end it is narrow with inflammation be taken
pool. evening at a reception ever so the can
I t 110:59:;): a. m., for Waldo. GainesvilleCedar
and widens out in the middle. It is large a htar on bus breast. "Oh, Then came the glorious] out, and this tube restored to its prepared to do first class Job Key Ocala, Tampa, Orlando

studded with islands and sand banks come. Jack, this won't do! I don't victory which startled the '

and encircled bhills more or lee believe there are orders of that size I world: and which announced to normal condition, hearing: will J Work, having received new I anti No.all 10 South, North Florida bound points.leave Start.

timbered. in the other hemisphere.'hero he destroyed forever ; nine casts
all that the American Etc. :t3; p, m., for Fernamliua. Jacksonville
is paid men new Machinery, Type,
A native of Kinsassa once did you get it from ? The much of caused
out ten are by ca- Lake City Tallahassee, Ptn-i.-
to have passed safely the rapids below decorated<< <<] cue smiled sweetly on nation had found a man who
< tarrh which i is nothing but an cola and all points North
Lt-opo1dviJlo. Ho was in n cano him and replied in excellent English OUR PRICES
could cope with difficult cironni ; No. 13, South bound, !leaves i Htarl''
and endeavored to cross tho river, "1 received it from my sovereign inflamed condition of the mucous .
and where 1007 for Waldo, Ocala, Wi.ldwoOC"J
'ft stances bring glory
but into the rapids. By i
was swept Kir. 1 think you are in some surfaces.
dexterous paddling be managed tc error. I am the -- embassador.: I defeat seemed the logical :: \Y 0 make as low as possible Tampa, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando
We will give One Hundred and ail points South.
keep his bark afloat through two
sequence. in order to suit the times. No. 14, North bound, leaves Starke
miles! of tho wildest waters. Then A Royal Slip. Dollars for any case of deafness

she filled and swamped, and the native It is said that Queen Victoria usedat The world knew, too. that (caused by catarrh: ), that cannot r;> 43a m., for Baldwin, Jacksonville,

to small i inland. timetotmff somewhat from OUR WORKWill Lake City, Tallahassee PenaacolBNVw |-
swam safely a one this single act of Dewehad; .
cured Hall's Catarrh
be
by
Orleans and all Northern points
Here he remained six days. To absence of mind, and on one occasion I ;
I practically decided the wear, and for circulars free. For information address,
'cros tho rapids and relieve him wa! I the story Lees, on the evening Cure. Send be first class in

... impossible. Every day he could be oi a state ball, her majesty, as she I' to the wise generalship of the i F. J. CHENEY & CO., every J. L. BUr.ROUGHS,

seen waving his arms franticallyand I turned from the stepper table took admiral isdue in a large manner Toledo Ohio. respect. A trial will convinceyou Agent, SUrke:; Fla .

cries for could fork instead of her fan. A. O. MACDOXELL, O. P. A.,
his help some I up a large I attitude of the
times be heard: above the roar of the She went forward some steps into I the friendly : Sold by Druggists, 75c.> of this fact.MT 202 West Bay Street,

waters. After six days he was reduced -I the ballroom before tne mistake continental nations throughout Hall's Family Pills are the Jacksonville, Florida*

by hunger and determined to I was discovered and was gravely the duration of the struggle best. SEND

risk his life. He gathered together j I bowing, at* usual, to the company terminated. His
just greatnesshas ...
come light logs, lashed these withvines while holding up the fork. --- = -- --- I
lit into a rude sort of raft, then reflected credit upon all tlip Your work away from home Skin Diseases
n I
dropped down from the end of the I Native violets:!, which are single, United States, and he has made A. < 50 YEARS'
$
&$
3'5 l&? ERIE lCE when it done with cf
EXP
Island and with than other j you can get For the speedy and permanent cute
paddling a stick lire more; fragrant any with that
his name synonymous i tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's
was hurled about by the rapids, ':'variety, but the double ones:!, known I of America and American plu'kand (.neatness and dispatch right Eye and Skin Ointttrjfct 15
vrnich however are not FO strong 33 French violets cost twice as I without an equal. It relleres the itching -

.. ns above and, although carried- much and are therefore, preferredby daring enterprise.All I and smarting almost instantly an-t
down distance bo the of its continued use effects a permanent: !
great managed women.
majority
these facts have shown : I here.WRITE cure. It also cures itch barber's itch
nt last by working his craft into a
OR GALL
I "' TRADE MARKSDESIGNS scald head, sore nipples itching tHej
back current, to got ashore. Bat. I According to the deductions of a themselves in the manner iu 1 chapped hands chronlo sore eyes an.J:

r tered, terrified and almost dead with well known astronomer we receiveas which the admiral has been received PV I COPYRIGHTS &c. granulated lids.

hunger be reached a fishing camp. I' much light from the sun as could qnleiclT: Anyone! ascertain sending: oar a ftfcetrh opinion!and t e5Crtr.tlr.n< may aninvention (for our prices.
at all the ports at. which is probably p tentab1e. Communl(_ Dr. Cad 's Condition Powders for
be emitted by 680,000 full moons. lion*strtctiy confidential. Handbook Patents
l' s best
horses the tonic blood
are ptuifiayandvermifage.
1 ont free. Oldest asreccy for securing pateuu. ADVOCATE PUB. CO.Hemmingway
vessel has touched. The
XU Proved. his -
FaUlty Patents taken through l Munn It co. rfceireeelal Price, 25 cents. &1d Lt'
j wonder what idiot originated notice, without char e, In the
Bmy.tbc-l The will
big ocean greyhounds people, of whatever nationality V -

the pbrafce: ", "There's no accounting soon, it is thought, be equipped with have vied with each other as to Scientific Jlm ritan.A. i!1 Building, YiraNTED-SEVEKaL, TRt"'STwOcrn

for taste. lifeboats harnessed to balloons, so .handsomely rnn-trate l weeklr. l.arjleilt clr.eolation I I tI' V r V persons In this! state to nuftg < him the of any entitle journal Terms, (3 ayeAr' in their own stud nearby coaallc It I.*
shall ness
i Torapkins-Wby ISmytheI3ecauso us to be practically unsinkable. who pay greatest fnnr mo-tbl,JL Soil byailnewedeaernIHi : Starke Florida.To mainly ofilce work conducted at home. Sugary

I'd like to get I homage and demonstrate the f & CD.361Broa\nY.:: New York straight tOOl a year and expeuse*-.J?dalt*
onafid lao salary i:oiithi"
r no more uo
.. at him I I've just been accountingto Boiled alligator tiesh tastesvery I Bran75. Rsferenoe Endows slf-ViflTese$
i lIe has
rudmiratiuii.
the milliner and modiste for my I much like veal. It is much eaten liveliest) ------ Cnro Co tJpatIai For TrCutcaweta ..tf !ped envelope,, Herbert E. He'-.. Pret...
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I 1 (' dr 25c. ItptM.. <'blC&gO-< bibatpsAGvoc1. '4Za
:'ake ea Uy 3t .irt'C 100
.. wifo'a taste 1--Brooklyn Life. ta India. been deluged with i!lvita tiuns I for Job Work. art:iaa.
The rdt.tnd
), _- -- .-. ._ h I:l < ADVOCATE .- ..:.-..-. U Co 0. C. tali tD cure dreggfisu taonoY,

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HAPPENINGS. B Mi. T. P. Chairs, of Old O.A.ST02t.XA.n.u. :: .
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Jacksonville who is visiting Capt. E. : .the Tit Kind You Ha"hen BccghJ THEADVOCATE.
ITEMS OF INTEREST iN CONDENSED TORM. Sirutve "
turn via the A., S. v. Burroughs and .,, #. '
family in
or
-LOCAL, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL .
G. and F. C. & P.The city, is very eick. I .1

It's En Route.The people along the and the------
N. W. Hackett left O. A. KNIGHT
Joke about the bathing salt the Atlantic Suwannee Sunday
Win strike us in &trice; and 1 Gulf rn New York, where he will NATIONAL MAGAZINE!
Railway will DEALER IN
They'll all be higher, so they say, his fall and winter goods

But only In the price. opportunity to visit his store at Lake Butler. The FinestFAMILY I -one year for-
Atlanta Constitution. metropolis next .

The best Flour at White's. $1 The round train trip.leaves Miss Myrtle, Ala.Callahan, will arrive, of GROCERIES One Dollar & Fifty Gts.The .. ""

Watermelons will soon be the A., S. R. & G. at this city to-morrow on a -AT THE- National Magazine: is the test Illustrated -

gone. m_. and arrives at-- .--. to her cousin, Mrs. J. M. SMALLEST PRICES IN 1 TOWN and see Magazine:sample in cu America.y. Write Ca'l to W.at W.'tnls Potter-office
val'ez. Co.. 91 Bedford St., ,
Bostoatfasx
Peaches are getting scarce 7:46. Here the F. C. & 1 1 PREWITT & FERN ANDEZ or. ,

again. .. take the excursion.and Mr. Leon Steiiimysr, one of Fine Candies, Chewing Publishers ADVOCATE, ,

Bring us your job work. We into Jacksonville, te most popular young i Gum, Etc. Full Starke. Florida.

at 9:30 a. m. who has been working in

can please you. train will leave for the past few line Cigars and To S. J. COLEMAN, ,

Plantine.We are headquarters for. 6:00 p. m. same day, returned to Starke bacco. Give me a trial.O. I Boot and Shoe
White. Repairing.Shop
: it Starke at 7:46 .
m.
pt ,
l I
A.
KNIGHT
Take in the excursion to Osceola at 9:31: p. m. ] I I Capt. Geo. Tompsett, Super at residence in Thomasvllle..
Jacksonville on the 24th. Starke Following are a few of my prices:
Florida
Dance To-Morrow of the Atlantic, Half soles for Ladies shoes, 2:> cents l
Old papers for sale at this office The River and Gulf Half soles for niens shoes, "0 to 10
young men of ::; HELP cents; !>atc.'besJ5tl) 15 cents. also
20 cents per hundred. who has been spend WANTED
will give a dance at the repair harness
6.003 mta waatsltiffil at reasonable pricei.
Oor't
GrU Sarrio
a few weeks TitiodM til
What girl was sadly disappointed tomorrow night, ( ye visiting at Bay ro1r. only eeamsa icheol tdiuttn suite tr mat pUwt Give me a trial. Satisfaction guar-
) :Mich. GOO to JJ.500 uliriM. SiUi ui locattou of text ei-
Wednesday dance returned home set! ,tloat ml nutl hftnutlea[ cent FIZZ ea: rtieit mteed.
?
night promises to be a TCTOMAO' OTQi WVICIWar( ,Cp't B, Vui.>>.&

Born. To Mr. and ful one as a large &ftdWJahkey Pafrta
Mrs. Hilton
cored
at home
with-'
been invited. Mrs. N. W. Hackett and Guaranteed Yo-13bac for Fifty Cents. J P IU g M oat pain Book of TTttenura -
Dunkley a little girl on tobacco habit cure,makes weal lent FREC.: .
hters Misses men strong,b'xxl pure. SOo. "' OR. B.M WOOL LIT CO:
August 11th.Remember. Peal and Ii All drUlrlrist8 ...... N. o ce. 104 NortH Poor Si*
During the fall and and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg l ,

the Spot Cash I. every year for several daughter, Miss Ethel, re '

Store. Best goods for the least t suffered with chills and Saturday from Pablo CASH TALKS !

money. White. I tried every remedy I where they have been .

The best fever cure on the find, but found no relief. 1 a few weeks.
SO
market: Dr. Powell's "Never ly I tried a bottle of Dr. 1w Mrs. b.> A. Morgan DOES A PHONOGRAPH, J'
accom
Fail" Fever Cure. ell's.. "Never A. Fail"_ Fever t t.y Mrs. Lula Miller and TO SAY NOTHING OF A WOMAN. ,.

The dog tax meets with gen- ana alter taxing the nrst Miss Eva, and Our Goods talk for themselves. If you buy you WILL TALK to

eral approval and so does our I was greatly improved. Ruby Powell, returned your friends about the extremely low prices at which weare ..

goods. Morgan Bros. two bottles and have from Pablo, where selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember
the fever since.-W. B. that we are still at the
Isham Cone killed Morgan has been spending same old stand selling Books,
rattlesnake a large NES, Starke, Fla. For few weeks for her health. Music, Musical Instruments, School supplies,
his
on place
on
the Starke Drug i Stationery, Eto. Etc. The
lack
of
Crosby lake last week. W. A. Hutson, who has been space
prevents us from saying more, but come
FOB SALE.-10,000 strawberry Sheriff Denmark the position as agent and be convinced.Morgan .

plants 'for sale. Apply to negroes yesterday on a j the Atlantic, Suwannee

Hans Austin, Starke, Fla. of breaking in a store at & Gulf railway at this Brothers

land Tuesday night. has accepted a position
Break We ,
that
up mean groes were also wanted the A., V. & W. between -
case of malaria fever. Dr.Powell's .
Edwards, the turpentine and Valdosta. :Mr. STARKE FLA.STATIONERY '
Fever Cure will do it ; .
tor at Lawtey, for .. made many friends
A man before the Mayor is 1 goods under false in- atarKe- wno regret his

in a ticklish position. We sell '

musical goods of all kind. Morgan The Griffin Brothers Co. I

Bros. prietors of the Panama 1
: '.
series at .0'T :
The members of Company M. Macclenny, .

have received their new uni- ad on the second page School Books New and .AI
forms issue. If in need of Second-Hand.
and
are drilling regularly _
now. in,the nursery line don't, 0 Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Pa-

write them for prices. pers, Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A good
When you get up with a dull 1 Ink Tablet three for five cents.

headache, that is the sign that P. II. Morgan is out 061.1 : This is not the place where they do a CREDIT Business and make-

;you are bilious. Take Powell's up the excursion to be CASH Customers pay the difference

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n.
Fever Jacksonville '
Cure. on the :'. 1. }"" < .
He is 23rd- I : "' u ", 'j\tL::J&., .... ''".-: -<3 Agency for the Crescent Bicycles H ....
Quite a crowd of young boys arranging to taaD tr.ac;
brass band to furnish 'The Wheel That Stands Up.
came down from Lawtey Saturday the excursion. THE NEW SEED LAW. Crescent Juvenile, $25.00. Ladies' or Gents' best Chain Wheel

afternoon to watch the ball May 19, 1899, mikes: it $35.00. Chainless'$60.00. All '99 Models.
team practice. for any person to sell or of-
Tuxedo .
O.A..STOn.X.A.The" for sale) any Garden, Melon or Sewing Machine, Drop Head, 35.
The Thrice-a-Week: World Beer the KM Yoa Have "" !
Seeds unless All kinds
: the same are of Musical Goods Etc.
Signature / TzXfxr Strings, We make the price-
and the ADVOCATE both for one or ( ZaStfrT&c&tfAre letters bearing on the outside in Don't forget the name nor the place.
at the guarantee certificate of
year low
extremely priceof
where and by whom the
$L:0. you thinking of grown seeds N. B. HULL. Postoffice Building

.
ing a piano? If not Itfls
Merchants so, write than tf3.T... nor more I
wishing to reach "
elan XT "R.>foo' S/mtlinf. '\ $100 fine. ,
..
:
the. people. of- Starke should House, Fred Kami--- --,-- I I B. SUTTON, Seedsman Ocala, C SPAEKMAN
.
juatn tl1e r ach.el'tisements in sells Feeds under his trade mark, & CO
29 East
Bay Street Jacl ,
the ADVOCATE.The bearing the certificate re-
ville, Florida. by law; besides all seeds are -DEALERS IN"----
Haynes Co. are selling and the certificate bears date
HIGH GRADE
goods at cost to make room for Don't forget that we will ; and percentage of germina WHISKIES.
Send
to him
their mammoth stock of fall your printing. Circulars, anal Retail. for price list. Bum Rye Whiskey, $2 to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to S2.50 per gallon t Y.
and winter goods. Bill and Letter heads $2 to $2.50 per gallon. ppe! Brandy. $2.50 to $3 per gallon.! Peach
Brandy $2.50 to
$3
gallon While
per : W'sat
Work on the two-story dwel cheap. Call on or write Peoples Market! Prompt attention paid to all orders Whiskey- $2.50 per gallon.

our
prices.
ling being erected by L. D. A, CROSBY, Proprietor. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. .
Wall on North Walnut Streetis There will be C.
a picnic at M. SPARKMAN & CO.

progressing rapidly. New River long bridge in Fresh Meats, Beef, = Starke, Fla

A moonlight the August 25th. A large -
night, front Ham

porch, a girl and a guitar makes will no doubt attend.Considerable ,- Sausage, Etc, J. TP. "P. MV>Mil. r v- r

a pretty picture. The
guitar1nakcs delivered --- -
\ to any part of i t.I ,
a pretty sound if it is i are being made in the on short notice. f.
purchased from Morgan Bros. H7N
of the Florida
Central GROCERIES
31E A TRIAL. FR FINE. A NEW
Before buying a Piano, Or.can Peninsular depot.ISCR A. CROSBY
STarke Fla LOT OF FINE
,
PICKLES CAN
/ or anything in the musical GOODS, ETC..

line, write or call on Ludden & FRUITS CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
To PATENT
Bates' Southern Music House, I = I I- \. may be secured Bead by(dau j MEALS SERVED AT ALL .
2U East ij[ ) ( our aid. Address, HOURS.
Bay Street Jacksonville THE PATENT RECORD, I f'::::: .
1'L1.. *to The Patent Record Baltimore.Hd.. __.,y
'LOO>per umam.DESIGNS

Notice the change in theld'et.tisement thin blood, weak lungs I [repois Bicycles J4 16

: of Knight and hot paleness.weather You as well have as them in ; ".., .S AND TRADEMARKS OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS IROQUOIS wl b. ta.a f.$ crHElwaKsr&rtEn Mo de13 :!! '

Company on the first page of .SCOTT'S EMULSION | In AS"-TO'PATENTABILITY =...ta!!..u w..d w.bnPI...eaw.laat.+"::X&sa :

this is sue. When in need of I j them in cummer'as in 'Uowtoobtein Patent.FREE 1"l_ .. .
anything in their line don'tfail ii is creamy looKingana moderate.No feetfil patent fa eecored. Mead agt-*' .. .to..atb..ell.t! *wtrby
IItOQuo
pica i atric&l7 confidentiaL Addreo > l =.et s .t. '
ant .PateLI La1lJtf',W' .-. .n aaYhwEmnwiaayb.t, .l"watnC.UJ .
to call tasting1.joe. retngta
on them. They can II I ... tL.. ..-D--!--.RI... Tn..W'...n.lzoq..o----- _--&IId..c.......Ie......,.''
save you money. and....ttaa...|.all drcnfcfe.JROPSY I ...... .T'u r.....,. .-.biq... ........... .....t.d.mlllola.. LW.=.J"....Ia.--. .
9'" "'II II' Beauty Is .
.rreooaeaacv+ : ] Blood Deep. I t..Q tsw-os41$4R at cukr.q,..... 6....,11.tt aa1. t..,tat 22...........4....._. -.1__...tI .1LL
blood d..q .
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