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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME V. STARKE, BRADFORD COUXTY; FffAIRIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST; 31, 1899. DUMBER 47cf. '.- .

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I have the sympathy of every i i, [ 5252Sd5252575'3Z5 !Sc51C?';. .-sa ca acac. .. r p
FOULLY MURDERED.I! citizen of Alachua county in i I S!

W. B. Haynes.: :C J. Jones I their sorrow, which is made all j I ml!.n1n
Walter Lewis Shot and the deeper by its suddenness.

[ Killed at High Springs The remains of the unfortu- m

H: 63Jg1 %VNtVITH Monday Night. rest nate in young High man Springs were" cemetary laid at i T. 1. KNIGHT

The Gainesville Sun of yesterday Tuesday afternoon.
p says: "The quiet of

TRUSTS High Springs was disturbed T. 1. JONES DEAD; 1m
most atrocious -
A Monday night by a COMPANY
murder. The deed was the &
Died After Much Sufferingat
work of an assassin who has
.t1 Is the battle cry of the Democrats i not :PS: yet been discovered.The the Starke House Fri I '
victim was one of the most day at 12:35 P. M. -CS DEALERS IN -

1 highly respected and gentle- Thos. W. Jones, the young ru
"Down with High Prices manly young men of High man who was shot by !Nick
Springs, and as a consequencethe Joyner near .the trestle: on Dry .Goods Shoes Groceries -
I ,
,
people of that city are great
the of 23rd, died
night August
.r is our motto. ly sad shocked occurrance.As and. grieved at the at the Starke House Friday at Cigars Tobacco, Etc. andMERCHANDISE.

soon as the news reached' 12:35 p. m. ,
this city of the killing or assassination I :Mr. Jones suffered very much
tfef r of Mr. W. C. Lewis I during the time he was wounded -
the at once set to
reporter GENERAL
and although everything
work to learn the particulars, i
which are very hard to get, noV I was done to keep the spark of I
1900 Will one knowing anything in connection i life aglow, he passed away and I
with the killing except I his suffering was ended. His m
.
: what they heard some one else I body was interred at Crosby
Tell TIle Tale. say, and &c it went until, almost I cemetery at 10 o'clock a. m.
in despair, the reporter
finally gathered the rumors together Saturday. His father arrived rn WE ARE OFFERING

and presents them as I from Lake Park, Ga., but too m Bargains in Dry Goods that can't be beat anywhere l in

Our Goods talk for themselves. People are they were told him by differentones late to.see his son alive. the State. ..
who visited the scene of A reward of $50.00 has been

the crime. offered by Sheriff Denmark to WE ALSO CARRY
Cloth- The rumor goes on to state I .
Shoes Hats
f? learning where to find ,, that )tr. Lewis was down in anyone who can notify him of A large line of Shoes. All styles and prices.

the neighborhood( of what is Joyner's whereabouts. Mr.
WHEN IN NEED
called Buzzard Roost," and Jones' death will make Joy I m

ing, Groceries, Grain, Hay, Hardware, Milli- went to the house of a woman by ner's crime murder in the first'I m Of anything in our line don't fail to call on us.. We can

the name of Sallie Patterson. degree, and it will evidently go
He stepped to the door,which save you money.
up hard with him should he be
Goods Undertakers' goods Etc. was opened by tho woman in I U1
nery question, and just as the light i caught. R
from the inside shone throughthe Numerous rumors were afloat :1 IMUIEITN & CO.

open doorway a gun was on the streets at different times ,
't tired from the rear, the con- during the week in regard to :

effect tents, a in load the: of back buckshot of Mr., Lewis taking, Joyner's whereabouts. One II'1 1m'' Call and Walnut Sts. Starke, TIa.f1l .

the and was to the effect that he had I
who fell to ground ex
,, THE AIR SEXSholud pi red.Sheriff. teen located at Alachua. This I,

Fennell upon hearingof rumor, as well as the others,
the affair went to High were proven to bo false. !R 5'25'25'25742ffi5'8:5'2..r: :2 2 52525252p. ZS Z

bear in mind the fact that we are Springs.Patterson woman He questioned, who statedto the Up to the time of our going j, .

him that she did not know to press the authorities are as .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......."t'.. .. .. .. .. ., .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ". .. .. .. .. &t!
who fired the shot. as it was : much iu the dark as they were oo_-_........ _.__. .-;.---;---.;-.;--===.=::.:-_-..:::.:::--.=::.:.-.-.-. ... -. ...-T.. . .. I.. ..... .. ,
preparing to order the finest line of Fall and dark outside and she could not at first. "-'l; .t.. : .-------o-------:: O; :::::::::T _' .!. '\"'

see any one. The shooting occurred 5o.oo.1 5 l
about 9 o'clock! Monday S I 850.OO. Notice. ret1R
Winter Millinery goods ever brought to Starke night.It > I I I will pay any person or per \1 UM W/_...1.4.Ajfa!,
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discovered that the .
was dollars to ,'"
sons 50.00 (fifty ) .1.\.1.\ ..:....
Patterson woman was wounded, locate Nick Joyner for me. I :\:1\!\:?\': .{..:\ )..!
and it was at first thought that .\ \ .,.
will make the arrest. 1'//'. lqX! ,
she, too, had been shot, but .l j..l j.\... \ '.
VERY CHEAPfor S. B. DENMARK, II ..))1.I.I I.
exploded
AND this t theory was soon //\1.\ '
when it was discovered that she Sheriff Bradford Co., :I:):(' : .i:

had been pretty badly beaten 82999. Florida.CASTORIA. ) cio, LIVINGSTON, : :
over the head with some instrument I:i\ii:\:!: \ '
the next thirty days we will sell our harder than one's list. : :}: Deafer in : j:;

There is one fact certain,
could the Patterson woman tell Hardware, Groceries,
stock{ of MILLINERY in order to make room who beat her some clue might For Infants and Children. Farming M:1
Furniture Stoves ,
be gained as to the .. ,
possibly The Kind You Have Always Bought! .. .!.
who killed I ISlKJU'turoor .. fY
identity of the man .4' .I't
Mr. Lewis. I Bears the :(:I): Implements, Paints, :. :t.
for new goods.DON'T I' As tho matter now stands the \ !.t. +/ :ol ..r.CILr.
and tJ
Oils
: :
is shrouded in .1.
whole thing mys- I '

tery who Upon,did and hearing the no cowardly one of can the deed.killing imagine: a Matehek& Pianos--! "]..\:\\ GENERAL .!t tj"I I.


jury of inquest was empaneled, are pianos with a name. ../\ I. ,
FORGET THAT WE ARE and. as yet we have received no :J;
report of the verdict of the jury. Pianos That Have a Reputation m \tl m MERCHANDISE

Early Tuesday morning blood- second to none. They are the f
IN LINE ON GRAIN GROCERIES hounds were sent for and takento kind that have stood the test of I"Jl
.
and
the of the tragedy,
scene time and satisfied the most critIcal -
an effort was made to trail the musicians! in every way. Call on me when you need anything '.
.perpetrator of the crime, but
ETC.
ETC. They Are Not
the rain of the night before in my line. I also carry a M
do old style pianos that hate been
made it impossible to any-
rented for years, and then offered \:::11ftl11:\ t: J.
thing in this way. \ line Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran .t. ..

":..:::::-:;.._....._....._......""' ._"' ,.__._._.'._:. :_.- -'..= -.... ..,-....... :,;..,.... .;-."-,; ..-......-_".: Mr. Lewis was one of High they "cheap as great low-grad bargains 'nor pianos are, I.\rlt'I'O//',\
.,." ',! _-.,.-,.".". -,., ,.,---._.--"-",..",-'-'''--...-:_-'- J--" ----.. -.- "._--'--p Springs' most popular young made to sell "at half-price." \ I; ; and feed. Everything sold at :: ;.
and was not supposed to
men,
have an enemy on earth. He Every Piano Is New, ::r r.j:i prices to suit the times. ., :i.1. i\\ .
sociable and and part i 11'4' made in the :: .. .
Coffins and Funeral supplies a kind-hearted was a genial young, man, who every ftlATIIUSIIEK .{!li\:: ? ... -" ._ m\. {(. '_- ,- -o.,_ //s
which is a .r!
factory guaranteethat .
numbered his friends by the --
It will cast a lifetime. ..I. .
score. For a long time he wasa LIVINGSTON.
G. C. .
:
Also fine Furniture.Don't clerk in the store of Mr. Gold- Why: Take Chanceson .
specialty .
berg, and remained with that cheap pianos,when the OLD Next to Postoffice. :.: Starke Florida.
I ,
gentleman until he closed out AND RELIABLE MATIIUSHEK -
his business. About a month can be bought at prices I
ago he accepted a position with and terms to suit you? ..
forget the place. I Higdon Bros., and was in their There are over 15,000 MATHU- ,... r\;
SHEK in the South.?
employ up to the time of his pianos!:
death. He was an unmarriedman "You should have one." EXUIIVE .
HATIICSIIEK PI AX OS r .. ..
about twenty-four :yearsof 1
He leaves a mother Arc sold one} byLUDDENOATES'S.M.H. .: ,
W B. HAYNES CO. who age.resides about five miles .t c.s.4.1 .Li ,,.l

from Alachua, one sister and ,. : : I .
two brothers. who are naturally -. ., 1r, r, r rr
greatly shocked and bereavedat I fE
STARKE, FLA. the untimely death, and they Subscribe for the rlDvooATE.i:4. Kt3 \,.

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T R J TS AX> TIZ ;: I.AV. j FKO3LTlii I : : : 1 ".. _

I : STATE PIlPrinters' ." J tilt next man to be elected! is aj I IIl' I .,c. I ,
'WEEKLY ADYOCATE.STARKE During the past week the | I II i..u."G.t. ,.
I :1thr of the future and _
I not or
prices of beef and other meat j ,; ink. though black I .

-pnusnED EVERY THURSDAY -' have bean advanced from two does effective whitewashing} pliico the past.is not Tile"b' sfo\\"nl of the FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R. R. :

to live} cents a pound some time properly n. matterof ,
-AT by a TIME .
; combination of I Adver- rewHid. Tli.ewan to be elected TAiJLI-- IN EFFECT JUNE 11, IS:). All Trains Daily. t I
W'catern
FLORIDA. pack j

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tiser.o i is 'tir ti. ". .11' :
51Tlt .
to begin term in & t.4. .
There [ 1901. I SC U' ." .'_ .
ers. Is no pretense that i :_ L.I :_ 21l1 _1:1.l.t" ,_ 9

F. \. PIE\VITT, beef is scarcer or that it costs Of the dozen or more probable I and nor at :some remote dale i i61 L L\i.. J.uk.thn'tl Seas'5... ... .t 8 :4Juj Lt p' C ,SpI I :Lv. Surkti ..... ..... I.... lOt a -1007p :,
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the .\1'. ,1:1,1,1", .J X1p1': ViC" ... .. . ... 112"a 10 (
Editor and Puhlisher. more to make it. It is admitted candidates for this past. Now, let us hear Ar. 1'etu-.tiros-----------Kveieit.... .. .." ..JU 9 .&a,. b U.oi! .ft .IitAr.t!| GiinesMJe.Ar. . .... .1.. .. KWp....lip. ,
at j .
governor, i fiom Ar. hulCk.._.__ ..., ,..'.'..'j..Vp 'l'p C*3ur Kej.*.. .. .I.. 1 cp t
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time some of the gentlemen : ... .-.-. i a .I.I | 'A'. sun-rbPl.tII. ..._ . ...
SUBSCRIPTION I ATES.nc that the price is raised arbitrarily i- there is not one lttIactingl tis .r. Fairfax Sa'iluultn... .. ..1s 2J1 5p'. .. ,lAr.'Ar.. Oed.. ..-. .. 1t2p1' 137p23ip llta

Year .. ... .. .....f1.OO1.x in order to make good to the morn favorable notice than Hon. to'ohat ilu-y think. now and i! A'_. i>cncs ukAtj ....... a t !--P jiJ, t 1t 423-+ tJ":....... .. ,.. At.. I v.'ii.Pts:lurt\((.:.... ...... .. .....I'.... .. 240Bssoa
... > 307p 4301.of
; Monlhs .. how u-tUrGa. I* o >, ii.. ... .I... _
p
.60 tLwill ; 1u\'I1It.. ..... .
I Ar.
Three Months.... ... . .*v. 25 trust its temporary losses incurred D. II. Mays of Moniicello. conduct the of.// Al' "C 1UWtl111.:eville._....._......... .:JArh t 1 _.!:: ..... 'Ar.Ar... 01'IaLt.. .... . .1.. SOOp 333p Au'a
lice if elected( to it. There .\"! Ciacina.iti... .... ::iJ" \\iutti Palk--------- .. bap #*..._ '
are
Strictly in Advance in establishing a meat High Springs News. Ar. CJtarbte.N.C. -1.K l,! (}\\el:"Nno... '" '!. ..1 3 4op 4 13a:
no in lust I Ar UAUVlUtf. Vs. .. 4ttp S 1"111.1./1.\1'. FmrrCitj! .. ... .... \ ..i 4 4Cp S2tloa
monopoly in England. -0- eggs yeu"snest, _'1'. IttdiuiOKd. Va.:..:: 12 tt lO-aj eat' ; / : '";.n.llfa... ... .. .t.. .i 530p 830+

OFFICE. : Meanwhile It is something of a that (either among men or birds_ Ar.A Lyucbburg On rlottesvU'e. ... 'ltr2 .p!._. _;1'A1FE.JAKbC: \' _10 "
trusts continue to pity ; .. coal l .1 & ,.. _
1 ... .. p! Lv. .... :. / ffii41'
Florida Tampa Herald. \\bhmg.ol. 7 y (oa t .. t.tu' .... 2I5p .
UP STAIRS IN HEMMIXGWAY multiply in all the other neces- democrats have to subscribe I .\:.. H lti.n..rt .. ... 9 jj.ij; 112"p.i '\1': :. .Ja--kvnvilie_ ... ... ..... S..p a

BUILDING OX saries for the Atlanta Constitution t I Ii Ar.Ar.. New 1'biadalLhia.Yoik! ..........-... 33.. ha: !, 2 56" .. WF-.T. __ Dlo.. t ::
CORNER CALL of life. Within the -i I pap,8 3.'j..... _
iI I' THE Daytona Gazette News Ar. linfttoa. __ .... 9 s1'' ,I I a 05p. . LV. !tr'1- .... .. .. .I. 5 40a
AND WALNUT STREETS.AdvcrtlsiiiR week there were organizedA to get an idea of what has the wlt'1lt..50.t'w:51. aj :;0 S Lv. i'aclc; >"QvIile.. ... .. BCUa 21(9 5 lip t,
i following to :I in Ar. ).3ke City..... .... ..... ;
Cotton-Goods Trust the demociacy of the nation is I I say re- I.". StaikeLv. ............. 5 4 Kates. ; gard, to the Florida Press As JacksonrUe. .. ''..' 82i 7-43p 13p 4 2 3fp7sap 15p Ar. .:.-.1..,.n........... .. .... 1218p 1 IPp 230440a'." .
An Ice Trust thinking and doing.-Tampa :j! Ar. Everett....... >: 9ap I 4". M-jticello. ...... .. 220p33Sp
Our advertis grates will be as reasonable ; soc.'iationYhat: has the Ar.Ar. I' .. .liP.1.' .75Up... .\p. ;.1rtas..ee.. ... .".'.''. 600* "" __

as consistent with keeping up n good news I A Hide and Leather Trust .: I Herald. I Floiiau Press Association done :t". Macon..4. .40J.. 11a 1'r!... Qu FtiteJuactiun.ncy f .::::::::: :: 525p3t6a 439p 940a Bea "r

paper. Hi? the J\r. l\emrl1L.. ... .. ... Pt-i ......
purpose of the publisher to I -- I gp ... 1\1' 'cola' .. ... hull IS a -
An Asphalt Trust Ar. l"'uID':1'iCity...... P. :. titven.r.... ... .... .. p D 1
Issue a clean attractive newspaper with ; to U!>lift and belter I 53'p .. ... .... ..._ .
only I get business Ar. Ciiattan ....... A Nt .. ...
such a proportion of advertisements as will These simply supplement the Every single democratic convention AT. fj:CCHiiTluUAr <>">;a. G 'a. .. r Orleans[ .. 7 0a .. ..

insure that all \vlll be piincipals: into the State : Cincinnati..::::::::: I s uop
been and read and none held in the :: :::::: : I:: .:
buried behind a mass of others: Rates hundreds of other Trusts and I various rr. I.olliolie.: ... .. .... ,.. 7 Sip .. f 1.t-Ieav' Fernandina for .-.
be uniform and wilt bo made will States thus far has reaffirmed !papeisHas: } it shown a way Ar. Saint Louis.... .. _.. ; 70ta .
known Ir
: Cuioago .
on appli I .
T .
cation. Monopolies formed during the its : to get good prices for foreign Ar. 1 1-effort+ .. ..:...: ::::::\ ::::: I 715p64xl. :' Jacksonville, 7:25: a. m and 1t
illegience to Bryan and thn :Ar. Cleveland ...... 1 r
... .. ..... .
present year, seeking to control ads ? DOts it theL Ar. luoiaaato.t: ... .... .... t tl c.r!!... Ii|6'15 Pill,
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Chicago platform. Yet encourage 1\1' elJ.umhu ... .1
the production and fix the all of .... .I. J:1/ai.. I. t
"WiiY
don't out of weeiiiy tellers "
you get from
:
the 0111' own -- --
prices of nearly article corporation papers:l} insist i SLJEI'I\G CAIt I .
debt? "It every of SEUVJl'K.
keeps me busy tshingUm '
get- that silver is a dead issue. ,, convsondent"[ in Arrivals
.it
ting in."-Ex. general use. for JacKponville from tlitNorih and Eant, No 3.5
at
t-xchange 9:00
Jacksonville advertisiugspaCe[ ? No. 3 : a.m.,
Journal. ::t 7:40
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The latest cominations j p. m. Fr in the N rtli and Xur hw-st, No
37,9:10n.m.
Will
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some one the out the
on inside
Wi-st N'o
: tell 1 7-2-5
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You p. in. Fr.-m the South
No .
will
find M
the 7':55a.
cover- : .
leading
The Duniiellon us if it has, or if the yearly pic- o. 10, 3:5S p. 1I1. xnf
PhosphateCompany's
business houses of Starke advertisoMu The food we eat ; niesof Xns.35 and 30 foirry Pullman lTiifl\'t If
railroad a lot of Sleepers between Jacksonville and
frnnDun- newspaper
: people Xe\v
York nut
tifvci
the ADVOCATE. The clothing we wear Jacksonville tinil. Cincinnati, via
.. ; nellon to highs will he com plet- and their friends is (the total S3 ;nid 3- carry Piii'cjitn' : Billet SIo-pt-rH beivron A'-hoville. Nes, '
The shoes for feet Jacksonville and New
AL ER says he is out of politics our ; ed this week. This is a private sum of its usefulness.] York. All meal* bt d\\'l'l n C ,luiiil)>iu an I Xv' York served on dinlngcnr ..

The ice required for health with trains 3;, SO(i. No.
I CO and
: 37
Cincinnati
but he talks like a man: road, and;,: for fife }present at --- - -- Lhnite NI ._ I\oridn and Havana '
'u 13
and comfort ::ui 14 t

who is not satisfied} with the The modem; I least? will ottly be used to transport OJB WASHINGTON LETTER.Froci JaC.d.Ollvillt, 111141 TUl1(1:1. esirrj Puiiiuuu Bull"t! Aleet lag cars betweenNleailies '_, ,; .

for -
pavements
situation. freight furthe DnnnullonCompany. Ou.Ka;iuj.rCuitKESPO.UKsr.jMuni I for fiC'Y'st
I and Hal t itna--No. c"
9
our streets. makes
.
connection
uutrivnif s tell Wa at I'orv
nt h I Ttixpit
lg.tun : with
Citrus Kit'umcrs Mo ,
lenvinu ) ilaxs
County '
Jx a few days our cotton gins Are there no laws against Chronicle. over the elutngs-s that are lakin No. 13, vith tlnise leaving; TlIt'.-(Ia.r8lltll Tluntdnye and Saturdays '
idaJ's.
will 11'luce in Demo I uitic |.iiuc--. Jo No-i I ::all 2,
be these '
a "lei-pt-r b
running on full time "conspiracies in restraint I I tv/< en Ni'\v Oriunus) and Jackaonvillp,
boa bliuvvu
Q- ; the \\BY iu tie luiocrac. Full+-ufonmuioji
and of of at Tic-k-t Oflice, StatKo.[
course times will be tl'.ule"-these combiuutionb The Jacksonville: Metropolis of ull1. r uutiimunu-i.liha, ail thi I). E. MAXWELL, A. O. M 1

improved. fl f Greed l Jgainst Tied ? II I .ifi.rin Hp'Hl wit I Sec. \cDONE1.IL.. A. SInp IAY.
very pertinently) ivrnarka tint likely' hi-ill4 i V. P. & O- n. \f.r.; Gen. Pas-
1 (':"-l1tHC of lie cutiiinirof .. AL'fIf.a t. OL-U. Pass. Agt.
Oh, yes There a tllttlaiLur ,IC! $OIILE.
stringent r there should "-- rLl.niTU.
UDITOI be
: Hol'crt W some tc .e 4t1ir.t ll-e I' ; ---
tilc ti amee way )\ a t L< I luenll c JO I C:3' ..
Federal .
anti-trust law .. _..
and kill UI I1''Il itm .
has declared out the : w m admirable.
that he*will not 1 cowardly ts :"-sins Its ti(1-

be a candidate for Congress ill New most of York the and States Illinois, including have : in this State. They} are a d.s- et, way bejyund harmonious.Viiite reproach, all nude* ltxmeetings GAINESVILLE i & GULF! RAILWAY COMP'Y.Timo .

the next grace to the State and do it .
campaign. i up of furin -r tree siiv,'ra .
roc ito
statutes of a similar character more harm in a year than they 'guld bugs, both, clcmen.s of the Democnitic ami ; Table; No. S3 In Effect P.Irn1aYJuly 17, 18a9. .

THE Pensacola Journal will issue Why are not these laws en- can repair in a lifetime.-Pensa-1 pany sunk their pert-ual) --I ; -I _J_ ..A

forced? ; di/lerencea, / of Dally 'Fo. !
opinion: in
a an cUJft
special Autumnal III
edition cola Journal. Distance 1- I
es Sun CI.Y JalJy)
It is i bring about unity. And that they I iLv.PM STATI0S. / Sj-:e ex Sun I
some time in October. A large as easy a thimblerigger'sgame. -0- I i trltl.Ar.AM I -
sue eiiiid

portion of the The Attorney-General The city has I t''CII11I1I1..Ull1' (; is -hovvn by the favorable 31.. I 40:1 4 IJIJ ...... -.... T I......' .... Caaesvslte. ....... .. __... 31) 0 _..._ I..r0 I.
space will be cencus progres d \ It are pouring iuru tilt .j-: ... ....Minutelilli .. .. . QO I. .
:UO 41J .. F .... .... ... AS( .. ._. {
devoted to sketches of the of the United States, the official far enough to show that the ;I Xnli.I1.I'' Dfiiiocniiiu ht-atiqaar: ere in 5.6! 4 1. ... .- T ...... ..Cannoa'Cro...ROl.y PoInt.;..:.............. _.I : 8 45 (. ..... .
8.7M1 .....
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Li f.
n .
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( Washing 1' .. .... ... II 40 .
on. The \\\c2hoofa.... ... ... ,
various industries and businessmen charged (under the President) population of Pensacola is now I :.ni.unncuinem 11.33. 43: ( .... ... Flewt-len... ... .S.. I) 830 1:. ... ,
from New York hut .Jud 1..l' 410 .-----------1. I.... ..... : 11:0 .... (
..
;e .C1ratt.s. .....
AugutUVan "
with the of I t2.71 4 4, H 3 8f IF I. ... l
of duty .. ..
that close
Pensacola. seeing to ... .
on .
20,000. This .Fhkwcod ....
: !
gives Wyci. wilt not permit his name I"5 -. F ...0 ... .. S 21. f lU t
"the laws I 13.91 45 .....1'1' :. ... .. cntole .... ... ... .. 8 W .".".'. '
are faithfully executed positive evidence of how rapid- to lu used as a iH-'inouratic Ciiaiiduto H6.'i ti O) .. ..11-. .I'.,.. .........Tacoma. .... .. .y. 6 IOt .... _
G E1t I.tNY it in 19 t.M .. .. .. .Ta} : 1". ....
owes to the that the I a rL'Cnla7,11ill. of the I T :
says the irami uf .
regulationof population of the city is increasing ; 1.73 52 I .1 F 'I ....... ....( .. tWI
world to speak) out and tell the industrial ; eVf1i.a U>WIH: fijU I hcsn' attic; uu- 1 I 5 n: I' ...j i T ... ..Lake\ .. .._ ,
COUlbinlitions''isentirely and the indications I iuji.) \ 2Uj I 15 :1' f' f.-...... .. _.... c.itl..H
i 'auYy! li-b "c i.'n U-KM takeniu L 1 P7 5 3- r..I'r I :" .. .
mine of the real .... ...
offender in the a matter of State con- ure that the increase will be : the i iriano of no M.JI, l hn'a. in IL'.iJ I f. .oJ r ...I! J I" .. .. ..... .Dt"out":.( tir's..7.s!t .... ._ .,
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1 i4 !'I v : .. .. I "
'r .....
i (
I.
Dreyfus '
scandal, and it is believed trol, and that "unless the much I more ,rapid net winter. ,t i rfcov-ni: ion of tie fact : liat 11 r. lirynn .2 .".1 I fa j'T' 1 .... ... Ft \ ... ... is;
is ihe; -:"" 8D3 ... T I ... .... ....1.'..' I .. .. .. 1l_
that of J :
she will not permit, functions of interstate commerce Pensacola News. man the h ur fur (itie De- At r. P.'dl .4 .. ,,",;.,
111'I'rcaud
Dreyfus to be sent back that the ulll.rL y t t'< L'-S.t'*p on .i>rnii: for pT"s{nga'r.or rrei ht. f; -
interfered ,
t toDevil's are
tiili I -0-- win in !lh* n 'XL --- -. .-. -- .. T-'retIS-ap;) O31ce.: S-Stop.For b.
l! -
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nltl.titgl i is -
; to {tl1" ----- a ::,
Wand] without revealing would be snperofiieious to attempt A certain patent medicine :;! '! ) p 'r"'H4d! atn'-j:.!tij. snoti! Junher tnforciatioaaddress .\f.:'_ _.:

the whole truth.DEMOCRATIC I a crusade airaiEst affairs I i firm that I over II Itlc'efet'a aaJ t piVfyii. a vniid! I V. J. BEnLONO .
1 i advertises he who i fJ'tlu to I ._ n.R1l'11'1' ,!.., 'j.
i the --- .
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--W
pncr.iv. Th. A.
ji*>rf -;.
with which 1 ni .
I have
no business, ]i fuses their nieaicina (eras i!i tin;.at Democrat 'I President e 6 GOD' Merr. Geai Frt. fc PassGainesville
aspirants for nvemion iv : Agt. .,
i I --1 -
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To the lay mind of the ordi- hyartily. We find the.
wonldn't
governor of Florida have party: united and) ag-r'8 \* Florida.

are nary Blundered citizen it would i tho stuff and \vi'h' t it in that shapthere! .---'O' I.---.i-t :"
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as. a gracious gift. i is -- -- ---------- ----- r ;. _
keeping ---
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remarkably quiet, that MeAt scurf !ly nvy doubt that ---- -- ---- -

nays the > Gainesville} Sun. seem a trust organized What we want is a medic-inn I j I I follow. "Whenever united victoryvil in R common 1-1 t!:.LtJu \\'P; Qn. r fi nS:. ; .

in Chicago, and not only that reduces the ue. P f1 trJ h F. R'I lYfifiTimo & guLF
uft :
This is probably the best sup appetite and came. I.'euiocracy has aiwnvRl I .w Cyst i.l.wI B'y ,

policy plying t the markets of all our I II increases the pile of grub. jl prevailed.JJepubli. Table In Effect
for
all of them to Wednesday 3rd .t
pursue. Eastern cities but 'ans have (roubles of August 1899.
I actually selling "Te'11 give :its order for a barrelof hir '
The }less that _
is own, and ,
known they ill !
about (not ether! I I -
the : t.ur l
i meat cheaper in London this kind.-Florida Index I Rest .*.r.3.n. 3. ,.4.,). I. I I ,
I : : : :C'IIf..Y ST -1
rawpujjnvifh tT1U.3.
some of them thd better will be the same elements Sun oJ.,Sl t'lj' 1. icy ;;Od'. 'I1les tip. No. J. l:o. 4. i t,
than it dOls.in! New York I Lake I united ., I I'c' t.t.:,
I was Cif7. as in lx;w'1. fh 3piap -- -- -- ., : : S&t oy SUB et
their chances of I'. i \tui-Imperi- ) : 60Jp. 615n ; W Lv ..SCbsi,- ... --- -i'. r
success.announcement I .... ,
,
:
\i.I .
engaged both in I in :h' ElM : 3 13 ,) f 1 i' ( 0 : t
0 interstate and i -0--- Uc' tl ::'n! of IO'IH_ I 3 0 8 : 6 .. ..EtneI-a u I d. .... .1'1 jUHt" 9Wp iftp

--- -- ---- I I'l'JlE international commerce So of 'I I The Spanish ]language having ins a party nt tleir! T.VM, -.;ndcn ; I IlJ'1-1 C"iJ 8 3'. ) p : tJI'tt ::" p 712n.7O I. ... ... ..... .snl'psot.Jlln. .'.ur'w-n..r..t., 1 S pt'tia;: n 930p r 35 p 63up GI: p ...,:.:
) p'itP fi
that I I' that if the iVe-'irlMit 72 :; lJn..1 ,10:11 a 9a p 625p.
1U.1'
the Ice Trust! I no W in it 'the Havana i tr! : :: r'plil; p : ; .' ..". W Aller.tl.c., 13 jlllll'a D2Up ',:
I" lt20p
(:
set
Judge Van reaching from his :
Wyrk of New York IIpl'ald.1. I'Olicy.of: f'XI'Hl'l.: : tlisyvil! I : ;S1 I" 4U, p 7 :: a ':. 1. ._.. TboUwssville. .. 15 pO'lfa IOp Btu :': 1

will not Maine to New York Philadelphia i I which: is printed half English form .1 u ray nud r the : 4 40.Oi7; i U"I}" p 74a 2. : ". ...-. 1.lUIoM:.... _.... / .J)1 jiOt'1() Q 905p., 6 Op .' "
permit his namo' f tQjjjjjeused .nU1e ) 1 7 _
]Baltimore; and "{ } I half Spanish uses( two v's Contir.cr.tni( Hf''uhnl'tlfl: Pnrfy tend 4 39.'' I-1.72.. HI) p ,57 a .1a 1 ..... U/lnE-! wf1nb........ Yi \.1 :880 85p 5S2tt ", _
to I' 867:1. 2.3
asji Democratic candidate .. ...., I .. .p r t .... ...nt/ri ett'4Labe.-. 941 a 8.J3 p 54. V
asI'//
< ;
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trytng! t (J" ::'IS 9t11\
Ex-Sp .
k-r I'
:: n '".J! I J 1 .5,1.5. ,. .. 8wi p 5 3v
means that he recognizes* ington. So of tho} llldo> forni theY which has a cuiious }- other pr-imii-ent or *otn -I :; p :.i p N I1 a t I'59 ; ....... .A larbua.Ju"ctl.-.... ... .... / ..J"'. OISG A33p 533p p
I 4 :3
that I n-p'.h i i' a-. !o actor ; ti I 7x1 p 82'; a 1 IT ... . .7 9 Id a lOp 500p- ,
Mr. iLeaher: Trust and a hundred and wie'rd efiVot. For fnv ile Sjp i;: p 8-'Sa f.....'J1r. .. )des. I II rU 2 8 S .
Bryan is the man of the !I I a: ; e"pt (Hmhn1) lI! fate;i'r,'si- Ol-t" a. ... ...J.\\\m 8 t a 8m"o .P O ss1 .P

hour for Democracy, and that others. dollars the publishers could d'TF! : on ti! 'ir t.!.-. if thin \VT COl I. rwtils. n .

any other candidate would And yet, with a trust lawyeras supply themselves with W's to 101it! \rouM make the KVvr Kr.grntl : At S'arke with F. ('. & p. Jluilnad ft.Savannah ;! ; ."
: and -
sfitea!
not fJtff cU!; Jncffeonville
1 Jaity doubtful. G3inl'.iH (' !
match ilnnr, (\Ja. Tampn, O'lando' ete .
f'f"
Attorney-General which
and One
would
bring about Democratic a type of r!!e Rympajhuorwith At '
unity. :ihcrt Pcis5p?ja Junction! "
with 0. S.
& ;
F.
for
President to whose have a more natural "Tf'fllt'Ut of the P.ilitka, Valdorita.Maeon 1 : _
------- I campaign: I nnoetirlance. : l ll i-Ifni){rr tiieli,' For ftiriher information call et(.
on uracldro >
r.viKY.ireo silver !I fund vY'est te8gi'e.tre; !. (ae3liiaiaetfthus : "The! 1. .
democrat protected monopolies { ;, Advertiser. MEIGS, as.AP'I'IIGR i
in j j :1 i'8ton of thiq: !!*'-tr ,rj \v\\l\\ Ueai'I (tko: TOME?} TT,
Florida should > not be l'.r'1.mr., '
j contributed Jacksonville
subscribe Fla. ,
for u million dollar, '
?, :, i uf dwn :inv moro th n 1 the S'ij' rintend nt. Starke Fla.T.tiLOIlaG. : ;

the Ocala llauner, the first j I i I the chance of the people to find The papers are still filled Irtvcry asrit.itit.n or the R'vilui'nt-! nnti- : = -"-;- -- ; 'IIt1I'. _- .,_

newspaper in the United States i I. relief in the Federal lav5s j jl I with the flfejcJis,ions of the ary \VftW wilt firgukf party null -- : ,: : .'

L lo hoist the name William J. ,i about equal to the chance of !j 1 I various aspibinfi* for t the guyernelship I v, 'r\*.hn: f'%*e fir--:. \VhiltJ: th'. r. ..M< --.---- ----- _;, :
1tin'n'
1 i5
J .J f in n rtnitve! 'J nc n '. -'
[ n ,
o !'
pfaj
; :
!
Bryan for .
President, and acknowledged |' safely ton roost of chickens 1 01 i.UTltU! : ,. \'i H ::r. F'n.\- 1J.I...+i' :"C Prt-ott.nt! r1ia:1! 'ea :I '.LL" ,e L .:to'tr1ng :. ._.'

l loader of free silver j I guarded by Br'er Fox 1: and I3r"tip toM! by tie fc j :>! urnn of tI'\\ gjilant Mp-"''-i!., ihe>'e will be a rcvolntton( : I tf is veil said that Ou.t. ,, .,_: :: ;t

anl-cor110t-ltiol1 forces in I Coon. serviette, the various g"'j n th. K}!,can nrfy. an't I haven ; ;.L4', l l,1 t" :t. ...\t Y 3 ran.but tfce more manners solij ingredient mike the of ,

Florida. .l.tl dollar AH to the State officials I iteaion have- 1i'8ta )ey 5u aj i'i t r, that It will ;y" ;i"L: r.. { c'.iarackr: 13 i aba ., the I
year. reaa( d the : t'73't type cf .
:er. ,a < n.snhocd. If .
party 'r at.er th' nnti-extOU1.t ?, a lean has these both ..'
'Cu.----I
!
rnM.THE -1 /; and '
Republican] ltr-'I :' also has the
.\ttornt tin good 'i
> -Genet'Jll j the and how I II J.uhlje'tlJ : sense to dress well
Wild ;
1\I/t -r---------
ptsi richly R!:'OI1S., r''omhi-- < .I41 'I. i \ rl. t: wiI: tlrfd the : ',

Ocala- -Banner-- -with here and there ni j they deserve} to be ravraruutherefor. Ti.vToa 'oalit: (i-trifle !the Presidentj- j' X} ;4. .:: rr, /; f.: : ," ".. all cver the world."iatcfistrinj out for him '..1 1t ';'.

.
,_
that it wad the] "first announces honorable exception like that t 1 111' L! \Vo bej' to s'lorirest, tr-t! f ial campaign." i r.V N-- { h.: i1-i; f{ \\\ FOR REALLY connpcr DRESS :'
of ? Monnett : \
newspaper} in Ohio-hold p. : :: ::ril1/i ") :" In i\i4.ttri.f.
'
in the ,United Suites that State laws t the b'C\"t''nhl2-( ( of Flcnldu; : t\v Subscribe: fur tie '; ::)f n':;'.. :'r;';! Style, Fit, H.nsh. ana Gentlerranly -
f .A I effect
!
to .
hoist are powerless D i r'CATE:. j i V" ..' J ,..'"!, ;. \.., you should order ,__1J
-: :U:Z" ,__ ,. tt,:.1 J'j l\\\ .- ._"1' ff your tailorf -
_
the uamo ofYilliaU1 J. owing to "interstate commerce i % wsr_n__ -'- ------ '..:." _:" 'I. ._ .;'
.
Bryan ;
for and to chartered rights "i.\tI .t\' : ,-w..v.h ."i I .3'+, f"i. BOlaN eX GO. .-
President. I.I.-
If the Banner granted : \:l.i \i "''Hw< ver t'i : f q {. I t '.i1 .
!
} = Tie .
i by other States. === G-'e3t Ch!!. 35ttrtaslWtoJ
means by "hoisting the n + "If"'F' ':,3 O. v4"f""t. :t p. m 'REIRi'fp, U:7to : > n (J': ',/L-.._'. -: 'j.-" 2 ...;. -'
l "
I 51 i Forever !
name hc I-: ---
And 3 f -Varitfce
so there i : teadcrs
we are at the 'i- T a the
of Bryan" I I, J A 1 t..:. t.J tt _4 tY1lJr t [1.11:. r- : : fIJ :' rs.V.nJ.gda..COR: .y"' Cu.toaJi I
the 'lj.i (0'
was first r t-'I .. '. ,'rhr"i t.StJ. "''IfOro.etcod
.
of ii' !t :
news mercy: the trusts. Nobody to I Iblame. y t1 's 9 .OW J fl:r. J r.-: ::. EII. .: ; ;." r stvcJ ; ILri, is cst : pt'c' Car fnetioI' '
IfU "
: T.:1 .
'u".Jr.
'
paper to bring Mr. Bryan Everybody 3 3 ; l.j'\i:'._ l-4ITa'c:.ql .3.-.1 YNJ aU abut itI!i dO bcs r'er ; j t -- .iZ' : FITA-, D ajC.5JJL .''I.. .
i'Cti"3 .
out pott rtles3. .'.3 :. ..._; ; : of cho..e iri ite uJ ._.,'c1.:1 : f. r JI iUd.1&.4A'f'Er D.r.LATIJ.r _
The .U-- C ._ ,"_ ,.. n... .n.._._._. f 'W-.c.- CAoC4 ..
is a presidential candidate, we common-sense[ remedy : t'fi; : j'3rtii!=D I l t;. ti.rs..s.M '!n"N ac. ri C'. ., C"J::Ul(13. ._ l I I V CS C..7r..r. f. .JeWf/rP.

,, beg to differ with it. That I would seem to be to elect a I .a : .1 1i l 1..J'J ., i.rns'tcati- f rree, .:..5. :!: :,
:i s
:
honor''belongs to the Laurel !i President and Governors who 1 "J.: Also a Coniple'e Stock of Meld and :Garden;'Cti SecJ h..t"C'.J.r arid i'aacy 'Poultry 3".m; .' I DOUGLASS & ALT) E'IThf A AT.. .'

believe that ...
.
< Md. ) Journal and i is con ceded I'be monopolies should I t Everything for the Farm, Orchard 1 nr Ganicn.... |. lccrlwrty \1'1 zn. ,
and ,
to it l can be stl':1ugledalld IiifjFi'Gj'sJs Oescfs siztS Lsvs .-ai i CtH'P! f'an'fv Catl'arUc. m' !' ,'t 1'uUc: ;p:t :t d .,
the the IIJUU i1s.r
10' New York os ( ril ffc t 1 I rror t.t! _
war
s
Journal who will it I sarful jiic :i-1r U. see to Iho ttb.4c
and h!.ilr. Bryan l ltims if -"By the a Catalogue Fre ... fry Greifi ; spit art1 '.etn' h.nz tn eta fs.'f'age. Itt: r etic. ran easily oral !saverDenag.
;_ in an Eternal -that the ]laws are t. ::: f3.l"C tI :.p '!..1} r'ryatrty ou SJ 'tirj-i. r 1- cud art eIlt.l. ';*:. : c71.re.serve acd vl nr, take NoTot.c -
t
lK
>rc-7 wo-Jt-tr-trorkcr.
autograph >erscr;>s and Test Grounds that r
1ontic, faithfully AT&.yr1ir.; F .t'&nsiL! :: tjie entire NtM.I. dispt-l calfS2urf : .ron:_ Ali! < ,1Ce.lenk men
executed. X. Y. .'Zifi3E.HES5 -ra.etsy!,>
Tribune, .T* IIof at Fix t { ,. .hP5 l 'ugh*, ferar, |e <"'fl'ai i-owtiiritln ""eel J &: or8l Cursriaran- e'.
'% j"f ,y o rIll. .S Maccleancjr J Ck S D-viil)7 F1t: F .1 :...fA'. < f.-. -' >-. ;. IT AN. ,.tn" ?H. _1r.J.1. C'a: s CI':0lc, .r.'s. Address ;,
# {VJA. : > J..w
SaP ssf r T-z-r-sstu ... .- ,1: f0r.>
alt jfN& s s fM&s ; -
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. ; BROUGHT IT ON HIMSELF. FAnEWELL TO Lo,.",C.- : '''..-0.-1.1'...,. 2IEDICAL. .-
1'4"t, -: PEOVISTOJTS, HAT, (;RAETC.. '
a'.n ctciS.j'ij! u;> the 0,'u.1 djvlIl :
f.fr, Loa!*T.rcpenclb1e ror JJJs late E" ,' t --
,, s I ad1Y.rit:y l.Vfc trust you.
., tolltu s a rolitl-l=.n uf national Ilrnotrn.TLo Il. I i br.wl;i fivt n.ftjr t::.&re ." .
". =o who have been lavishing e, !' yACt r Gl("1:8 S:1GN: THE C. B. ROGERS CO.
I : And l.cai t grovwcsry. Ei'y t.:2: ':;ii'jjj z; .p{ R'Q .
their sympathy upon "llCor" Mr. Anti UczUi ,
betide
; isr t .:n t M >>:;: .nciESALt: Cliett S. ._
Lease, the husband of tho "un I 1 go clear love, frrn yen. .... .
.
Lm4'9YUIli 7f"brwgLh'"IyN'dll'Irihf.! I I
crowned Kansas queen,"' should recall I I'm c!:, i'b:1; ep tLe :rent'Tilcius J. ff R f.J M '. : m B fi JA'IKSNILLE. FLORIDA.Provision. .

Awry, ashy from y:'nnd ,- I r JI
it at Mr. Lease does I GO ti I "
not
OECO. > swat \.iU tiC on iL-j oilier atti9. t G'OI'E, r'ay Flour: Grits Meal EtO. C.
: ,
fJ ,
deserve Ho O'er cad.e- [pi": -- &it ,
patby. brought
M1l .
nny ym II -
,
;' And eadlsss rico, I I f'fW! Vff ;-', ,L*.. u;jr' Tl 7 O, |i ( ;.r bu'inefcs confined to theIrl'Vi'v '
nil the trouble oa hiniselC. There
1 :"o joy lit home '
.J; ., wns a time when lie was master of Cr place to bi-io 1 ::::; For Infants and. Children_,_ .'-": ?:.2iij: C'-;. ;*"-".}"1. :.rJIG '!i i ,':' '-n17.' Orders from con-
I so en still from yen. : ; "t ; I t LC. r- Z'.ther solicited nor de*
1 Ids own house, but be voluntarily ..h't"4 .. Y--'=FJIA1 CS23S-1 Me'ltS. I IQnotatlois F.rl'.:.

J stewed aside and permitted tho "wcrahiedtoti-eruieto, : aaway F fI!! .o\'i1i ; Ff; Tha i 5i Kind Yan' ,
tluir -
love f. .!
ui;: $ .. JVMJ5BSJt=S-- -r*= =-i*' -*- '
mantle to i'111! on his talkative wife. And iaate bind tLo d" r'IH1 W, : ; Ia I !'e Oa
At one time ho actually bad tbo 11))v wily, treed U<.-.?-..!_ t .tr'-,: y 1i::...?:"- :-"' '. :?-fff 11 1 1<. t { Proiptly Application
s r :11!:-t'ecini.f' ,10", t r7' : -; :- --.= ,:,, J\\ All'i'H ,.11 t"1,1( .1i1! ., ..
.
I -";'-'- .r -- --- -- ,. .
temerity to stand up and boldly defy sine W\:110 a.tiCl'4T I : --c'1.i' : .JlrJuUCJYOEh -. -' --- ..- .. -- ---- .
has beitCB half. Net only this, but lt.J? lIooln: iern: I I'Ihc rl A"w.f.\ ".'.'Vr. ';"_..".i-.v._.f-__ ..\ { --
I 10" i tMD{Jlft.: -' r''r nrnn "nrr t mn:'tt. .ave4T lnsm ,
be screwed to 'l i iIi I '' ''' ts !tt..1 C l :",f T;. I- .
enough
up courage I.Ul.I'3 '
promulgate nn order compelling his 1ere:1 "4p-e n'>n-<- tn .'',-... _. .. h !l S ..:;'-Li.Ic.\reEcf----.1. B ears the r'u.

a, wife to fcrtake th& washtub; find J Or von L.t'a'mltatti 1,1 :oi *' Ixlow, f I'' I -"...-, .. --.,,5 i :"7.'.,...r .:- I ,I'I \ i iA 1) INER. '
.
All that Kills, ) ". r.<: t .
kitchen and enter politics) end, K--n h7.- 'J".tJr UI
,
Or wJix5 ,
I loins
i
: { vrbat's morn;be enforced the order. I 1 Signature.
ELI> h eta j a oar.1:11: l,
.,; Whether or not heifc&ctry issued TUiere 1;0, leer V. irate ytr.1 ff19icr I !I: p"--\l' .;.csii'Ixcrfll- 1! 1 I I ,- :
'1 the ukaso -\ ); Hud ;: csa find fuSt-Cor.1[zl ns neilhcrOpncn.Morphju ? .1 % .P.J' S
imperial only be can tell, ; : i i nfJ'i (>. G .'
end he won't. .1 j ; ; nor 1.ac ( 6 }\ \ I \ )
" A 7 leutl 'ort= h tl \ Jf .
1 : winz.NCt'dbam
j'.fIl \
ryjA'ry.. .,.. .
COTIC \1
4 'J. Mr:. LesEC entered politics in 18CO!, vas at a liUle rC'eiitit I .vi l

"," and thc did so at the solicitation of the other evening :anti as u:uJ, v I l --.,-- r 'ay11Wff1Fe Vwl JO:! .: ':? l3l lt'IL BIO; K 1st JOUR WEST OF R. B.

her hl:!bllllt Prior to that time 6'
making LiaifpJf] J t.P.l7
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she wag an ordinary liousRkecper.She nu'JjMo remarks cimecrui g tc'y:,Iuhlepersensof .-: I 'In.rf..- ; t' ij -Assortment I Vi atci'/ CS, ClOCKS and Jewelry in the City 1 .

could do as-: big a .\y's washing t edi.K.rr+IRdArdi # i .
his acquaint: llU :" I LItpav.wrt :
k J.lil
pj
a''J Attention
ns any woman, could cook fairly Sr d i t\ t : I'ro'iipt Given to llepiiring.: Charges to 6Ui'
i, trying to maliO UiniLelf/ .
; n itv. \ tJ
"; well and keep her little borne neat. j i f' In I If IfJlI.fC fJ strinijfiK'3, of the tin (1..
to every one who aii &arcd will t< : J1JCwbrrasa'-S' f J1 U

j While doing this sbo found spare: do, with an eye to tLe imv-iLiliixr; 1 I irJ jq.r I t V.\ ) .J (1 d! bought: or taken in exclmngre.

time to post up ou reform movements of raising the wicil at tjoiue uu.e i ii. r: ;ii -7"'II'T. 'I.l : Q __
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" taken a in natural which interest.she bad In always 1SQQ the near future. .I! A perfect.:sets dy forCor C;:.Ip; :1. ( l l1 9 +f"I 1 U a aI ._ -11
During the evening be flirt "_ _- ------ '-
came : : I I ior. Sour (ii.DtarnCl..I'd.. : : :- -- : :: .

tbe Farmers' Alliance eprang into to face with a uice, bud, tuthcil-:' \ 'VrlJ1- 'j'tioimsCcnvti'Slonsl'c A V _-_-

existence, and there she saw an op- looking old gentleman, ,* ho cy1him I fleas IlJl"'VJSOFSlJillI'II: / I L, 1 rEyj ,. nI -
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portunity. She pleaded with her dubiously. This was an opportunity .." r CANDY

husband: to join the movement and not to bo lot. j I 1'acsir.:1e Si 1aU2C rf 1* _. I i :i i.1

develop himself into a politician. "My dear fcir, said Ncedbatneffusively I af.L tlL 2' i aUt c ,r SQ ( t Ii CATHARTIC

She told him that it was his cbanco "I nm quire sure that I j : I"k !I f4-4 tf.. fro I"! u I = J n- .

to make ten strike. But Mr. _._. ., ,. ,_. JJ' t .. ;; .'f. A.r't'J -:
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a tee have met before, but 1 urn uu I -7i'rio.T..l4." '1't .j.. .. .r-!! _.,. r i .

a Lcago was not cf a political] turn of able to recall where"I Ir if'S.\ U;--_..".:.lf-"t;/f-i';' ''.''t-t'. '-;io:I'.'_..'.:'!, @ :.q"Ii.... i".v Ly M1 il. t.t.,' ".':. .,,.-i..;\.J.. .")... '<."Y,.,_, il" J.''", ,/
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a mind. Irl.l'th h1 ;: :, ;.j ".1 J 1 2 : .., ',-. : .' .v.' .. } .,
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"Yes, replied the cJ! jT.tlc'r-i* i _:.- -..--- I 1 wj] i W- :. ., ;. '.7." "'<'; :_ .".. "
3Jnry, you know that I am uo quietly, "I know that xi J ht: -. tfn i! a \\ !r!.1, 15 j i"? 1 -"- -"" "',-, '..
J 'o": ?: l..l'-! ; -./. '.: ;STIPATIONk
politician never could make one f:1 F.r "
; ; you before. Your fate B fi.i.They : L_ rXACT COFVC7 L w'.Pr a.J1ih 4 BrB J ff:. ''i-f"; ..

could not make a ppcech to save my :pent a fo\ u4nwc- : N I .. ':.r"\7..It-" -' ._,. .

r. life. It's no use for mo to try it. ;ether; then the old] r.f.t lewail t K i iNceJhaia I' --w.1'. THE. c' .rAun c1.,... '. !",",1',' ':'f'--: .' : :.t'
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: Mrs. Lcaso insisted, but he stood noticed that be was triced l :fJl.J
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i,; -. firm. wth great respect and decided U I DRUGGISTS _
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Thou mindful of tho -- '
perfect easo
tens alott him.
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ty'ith which ebe could rattlo it off to "I.am confident that, .I know that I ,.-----' .-------- -------- -- -- --_-- -__-u-___---.-__ -_ --_--_-- -

mho JZiud nruuuu luu hou. uuuufiionally oeca- I gentlemen very WON.- "- lw said- to A EOY of .six i years, -----j THERE: i i. going to be no differences .' pgijnf THK;

: to bim as well an idea one of the guests, "but 1 have t KOmrmy ; { 2 f ) l .
, t t.ands a private 'LoaI! where over 'i lie candidate ; -
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iseizcd him. "Why can't branch I ( :r : fjS'l
you influential friends and .
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iuquaintancei _: .
} out as a politician yourself, be that it is not tmrprh.ijll; ; pri/es are given on avery sort off f i the next Democratic National I -!J t -. r4J "I.. Jl 1i'1j. NEW{ { YORK WORLD

"" said. "You are a glib talker, have that I 2o him ,
not remember or hip provocation, ,but ns yet h-d j Convention. J3y that time: th.
i studied the thing some and take an ':,..1t"l, :' 1
name: I THRIOE-A WEEK EDITION.
never earned one of them came l'lrt.y.ill be united and ,fir\ -
'. jntercfrt in politics. ngres \ '
"Yes, be is wealthy nnd well ii\\;\ l\
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i Mrs. Lease had never thought of known," returned tho other, who home one afternoon and exhibited i\'f-', :and with it in that shape, G., ',.;."::., ,. :..C"1i;..i
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i entering politics before. Her mind I was not docaivcd as to N ocl1 mn's proudly one of these reth t is an excellent chance for / ,tA{iS !W:? :, :,; j) The fitrlkeiug and important event.*
.r + was on the welfaro of her family I Ie I .(J' 'L. ,II".., {.f t'l' ; last year have established tho
character. "I dare Fay you've seen wards of merit. "( 't,1.' ?->i id! victory in tw: i L-h ; '. value of TUB TnnicK
and homo. Site took the matter un- him. He is the pawnbroker! i ( campaign: { .I I: 1lLDRErr.f 12>. .: !{, <)\ rsviidmiug
his mother I r. f ,.' I/l '. A-\VKUI.' WOULD to reader Frlf
time her husband .:.\t., ...J. ,1''s1'---\.0.-. on Mlmo-t nominal sum it has kept iKuliril'tiB i-
kept insisting. bad another engagement Fear gain it ? '!,: was iiist in mural I .o. : r. + :Informed of the r. "
pro
Finally Fbe consented to try it, son's Weekly.] 'I'rn; Administration will not I r A 1 GS ,::,'
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history. tturrtl history. '- ',1.1 of ah our wars and, moreover, hnn--
but bow Ego was to get a start wns I "
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the qUC t1011. She had never inadoi CfO:1.nlln'IIIi. at your age! : How did that <>cIrippen it, but nevertheless the I 1.t.J.t" ;#i'5't'j'. 'l POI ted'heni as promptly and ful1.-.

I speech, and no politician bad ever \Ye have frequently insisted upon ?" 'Oil, they asked fact: r.tn *, :llu: instead: of' i I .'. t.} .-\ ..-..__.," ;.l. J.1.t,. '. ";'T 1'i an if it still were a daily. With our iut tlm TestB -
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e .h. throughout
< t.xtending
Jjcard of her. How, when end the necessity for absolute cleanliness me how mniiy, legs a horse m'd.dug:: tn..g''t..SN i:1: its fight ': ".}:,:'':..u'- ,'.'I1". ;,;t.j\ if.- .'S'.!, .'.1t. ._. .}.;..z" world .-lth in
Our operating
wlltre tbe I : : "''l' -lr troops
to get first speech off was in favor of which too much =
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;t-tlitst the iiKirge.jfthe: lttsu : 'T ':1I'f.. f tF _
I- wlla1c1il- -
tbo puzzFinally] a neighbor, cannot bo said. Cleanliness coversa had. .AH: 'yO:: I : o..w"j'h \'c "'_ tier! I'htlippiiu-B, and the great Prw i

Dixon, was taken into lie deal, nndJie large part of sanitary labor. say ?" "I 1 said live. "But a i fTPf lion is gaining strength.T.ie J ,I f ; ib tgr li di'titini campaign, too, at band, j:*

." arranged it so that Mrs. Lease: Clcfm1 ness that 13 purity of air, Jtc.rse hasn't) "Iknow n, cent, upri>nigs; ia itlt. x- I e.'D'f4 rz r.iJS E I ae e t 1.f tsri value i i." further increased.
: lively. '
. could appear before tbo next Farm cleanliness: that iq purity of water. r ; "d r1 ThiMuoitoof THE TURICE-A-" 1'rfi1'ntiah
d
t liters in Sa ill
Negros E.
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but all! the pt\ I .l \
other It Btrivte
j ; ttyitaid is improvement.
ers' Alliance m
county convention and cleanliness in and about the Lot: :e, I I i-1 L.
t aud other outlying( l i islan.ls. of "'li to be better than It the
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w was
joako talk. That in J I.y" I j -
the
a was summer of tIle person, of drets, cf food anti SIX. -- :1 c. i II ru I.; t tow

pf 1830. She was there on tbo feeling in work, in habits of icui -- -- -- ---- --.. I IC.AE the Philippines); is clear evi b lj year before, and public confident-
.. in it Is f i )ten by tbe fact that it nut'rereutst
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appointed day, and when all other vidual air.l woman, cleanlinc.-. O of :H'f jj"
man 'Z.A. '!eiC.! ril3; f'.Ct.ii * business of convention bad:been of lifo and convorsalioa, parity: of J i Boars tbe 'a V.i.E:i Yr.u H1-r, AID:'.s Bt1GJt: _. -,. b-i 11 Li: t 4 ," '' : more than twice a3 InRlij'pllpl'r8
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I -,- iD' ; :f ;1 = every week as any other ncwvr -
finished Dixon called on Mrs. Lease life by the latter ig:13. a I t
temperau'o-mid
j .1"'rE"1 .. 1'is a >t t--ry cir-ivnr inVohint'u .- .
I' r4 rn t* lli : lWt a daily, published in Aiet'.a. -
:0 make a speech. It didn't i 4alro we mean moderation-all these U':' ofuzry, -. U I ItJC-tjU-n fed ,,, tl'<

t any committee to escort her to tbe in man's power. Tbe clean man or --- I \ ; based on the re- IS JUST AS COO! rOS AD L7S.WARRANTED. .

l)1atform.8 soon as her lam woman will, other things? ben: : I Ilinx is cine -of. the hirrntisloiies ; C 'lirf{ Oi tH 1lVY I DI'Itll'tnv1! PSSCE GCoxP.G I j! We olTer thi unequaled) ncwapapiCai

was mentioned, she roso and made equal, be the healthy OU :. Modern AI.ATIi II L5.,NOV.15,1332. i i Fuji'.iDA WEEKLY ADVOCATK tu-
al. I that over 23 at the .. ., I
ouf; Admiral ) -\>y.I ye.u-H : go :u.ta'IMlche E: I.m.: :10.
a bee line to the stage to as to get knowledge of Lactori has given : ten; *kinen-tv: ""!'c! ls.sycir.. WO twftlo of :': latht-r ore year for J1.50.Th .
( time of rile alliritll ;it*>vrfi'S ',\!!t'I-.s ClJ ILL 'IO.W.Inri! ha I
Viiginius "enirfht
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the car of the delegates before they enormous impetus to C 1 CHn I'n. ihrp SI-HS!.ircI'dy ih;" 1:1 all ovr cr.prune r-jrular subscriptian price of

started cut. Her maiden medicine. disinfect Ur.int'b It l'.1 in, Deuey tt.hked the piivihg' .., of 14irs... In tau ilnis b revs blue the tA'o ,apera it ( .OO.
speech, Surgeons now i : j jl e.s. : teems t that t : I t ''Of tll an -r" ;
they say, was a ftcmwjrH cr. .She their instruments more carefully :' De\vey, on hij itHuni from :icruifce l ; of c.iptun.ig the Philippines. I "n id y' urcaratmlv d.nN PC"l.U tOG .-. -

< captured the entire outfit by her than not to have them I ,... .
over '{ KS: I -e art; -- p. a a.-
p I attuckt'd : Iniev ot tit t ILIIUtt' -- --- -- --'- --- C. & P. RAILROAD)
, eloquence. She was the sensation carry infection to their patients. \' iia \\ hhaH; I II I I 1.

of the hour. From nil over Sedg- New York Ledger. abcess of the:)liver: and ltd:: to (>f General Ons! toiinisli, hiSJOh). 1 Arrival and Departure of Trains at Starlt.Schcdvle .
I I
wick county canto dsmnuds for her over at Maltaheielnnn Ii iuaf: .rtsaite: : t that iiediri nol.( A ATTENTION IS CALLED
stop i '
to speak, and sIlo was kept busy for The Wonder of VTanse. teiit his task: about that time.i; : in effect June 11, 90.An. .

several weeks filling those engage Tim houpo of Dr. Siemens, tbs deruentn' t-u l j.icHl operation. -- ------ ri'o the fact that we tare now I Iiirat 9. South bound, leaves Stark-*

ments. Her light could not bo hidden Berlin electrician is kcowplhrougb I Sonic days :ui'tarnaids\ one of C _' c r 0 A.. II I 10:59 r.. m., for \ 'aldo, OaIneavilI.

under n bushel. Adjoining out Germany as "the wonder of I the suig<'OU8'bid, v'Itas too' Bears tb tir.J; ill'l Pant.AIa"s.- CgCgl;!: +'llq'pd:; to 110 cbs Job Cedar K-y, Ocala, Tampa, Orlando

counties heard of her and boforo \7ansee. It is fitted from roof to I I CJutura alh ,/L" /; t and all South Florida) points.No. .

that campaign was over Mrs. Leaso cellar with electricity. The dining I bad, Uommandtr, to rob you of : O. ,}/. /; ."/.,.-.,.., Work! having received new 10, North bound, leave Stark/

was the best advertised politician room kitchen and wine cellar are I, your liver us: we did." Deweyreplied Etc. 2:10 p. m., for Fernandina, Jackson

in Kansas. all connected by means of a miniature f ; : ''Don't mention it. THE Sultan of Sulu, one of Machinery, Type, yule Like City, Tallahassee, Pens-

Her fame spread like wildfiro electric railway.. In order to I It'es me gieat', !I pkafeiiie tothink the Islands! of the Philippines, cola and all points North.

throughout the country, and she convey things from one room to nn-I r- I is a big.irabt: i of the OUR PRICES Xo. 13, South bound, leaves 8tark1007 ->

was in great demand. Jlrs. Lease, other tbe article required has onlyto Gmt I phali never be hobiliuus wuraLtype, ; for Waldo, Ocala, Wildwood.

whcu olio had broken into politics, bo placed on a little car, a button '; agaiu: as I have been. and when 'il'. Roberts of Utah We make as low as possible I lampa, Leesburg, Tavarea, Orlando

did not forget Dixon. When mern- pressed, and tho car is almost instantly takes his seat in Cogtvss next and all points South.

her of tbo state board of charities she where it ought to be. in order to uit the til.
e3. 14 North bound
Ladies are Surprised winter it is on (ih cards that No. leaves Stark
btoward of tbo
had him appointed
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540t m., for Baldwin, Jacksonville,
Olatbo asylum.Kansas City Jour. A citizen of Brooklyn has the The Kovitu Company, of Atlanta he will introduce a. resolution!
OUR mnWill Ivke City, Tallahassee, PenB cola,
nal. largest known collection of bills of
are piuing cases of "le- filllnincrsiigationof thetuse: N't-w Orleans and all Northern point
fare. There nro ovcr4,000 in the collection
Royalty IDWI for he favoritism shown to the Fur information address
embracing everything from male troubltafter prominent) -.
When a high and mighty polcn- Sultan in ppi-aiining him to be first class in every J. L. BUR30UGUS, \ .
tbe cracked slate ot a mining
camp doctors have pronounced such
tato desires to travel without fuss =iold: on to his wives.itsl Agent, Btarke, lo'l.
dugout tc j- extended entrees with j respect. A trial will convince
and feather ho assumes an incog- i cases "inctirtibie; or h.ive s.ti idtFoil
which Quoun Victoria fi.tned bet ; A. O. MAcDONELL, O. P. \., t >

nito. Her majesty Queen Victoria subjects on jubilee day and the czar will be;; cowliu-lle(1, td !have ---g.. -.&J' W M.3- a-n_." ..,i_ar-.2.t. I I IaLaaa you of thi fact.DON'T 202 West Bay Street, ,
thus becomes the Countess of Bal
gorged his starving thousands. an opeiatiojn.) It is a fai-l f.. ::i a.._ bQ-t ::17, 9rra .rsaa.s trta. I Jacksonville, Plorida.
she lauds CherBourg .
moral) and when at ..
.:.; tc:1st.tsa<3 f r --...-".'c. I
the docs not havo to bold her that, The) K( via Treatut-n? !fo! 't;:, b tjJ s.i. vt. t.u: ;::: c! ;,:t (1. SEND .
During the last 50 years the increase I Li.tt1ia n.:::"3 IW.rzto. .: ,.: liLt: cCe. 1"Jit.: !
cars wbilo Franco says, "How doyou of population has been: In women euitu'U ';.jjjr'.i' 1 iiemoe& -."."..'''. -.,.,:v:: R .".' rep. lt. 7"I. I
lot" with She :- .: : ._ I.I
? can
cannons. -.I j Your work Skin Diseases.
France 16 per cent ; Austria, 45 f 'itGiowths. (liiuI b ;tat 41,ifit11 away from home
receive the president the republic
Italy 48 United Kingdom, 63; Germmy ;
; | %
in a manner: almost republican, but i(. : 75; Russia, 02: British colo- cures GlttLu''attittl, _.1IM._ :.T." .f. t.1' 50 YEARS'EXPEH5EMCE \vheu von can get it done with For the speedy and permanent cure offer

she has to bo treated with tho respect Clceiutioif I i''Intuiu. : V-r'*" v ;( *f'- !tf'* salt rheum and eczema Chain.lain'a -
States C26. ; : l ,. ,
510 United .
of
uses, ; j ',: :
SKSS \' t t.it t.I and Skin Ointment ia
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due to n lady who when she is fc : i li p \ I 'b Eye
YorkTimes. womb and bvarit.: ;tints a';. +U.; ilJ ri t Y b i'I i ;UHOTU an equal. It relieves the itch-
at homo is V. B. I.-New Carpet moths do not like to shako i I i I I c; ard smarting almost Instantly any

their nests where salt has been, and placements.i 1 I : jILkJ'Na' 2 c+; .ntinue use effects a permanent

Better run. one may often get rid of them by I Write for their book and 20,; 0 ."s WHITE Oii CALL :! aira. It also curt Itch, barber's itch
: a aid! head. Fore nipples. Itching pflee
i Grigson-It was great fun sittingthero scrubbing tbe floor with strong, hot : Atlanta testimonials, and the Swill .;$ ;" TRACE 'A1iK :i '..uip.d liands, chronic bore eyes EiJ .

:. and passing remarks upon ther ealt and water before laying the carpet I ''fi 'i' Craters <:ran> fated lids.
be sent you fiee. U'; '. COPYRIGHTS: &c. ., for
people as they came in. -ae I t, Anyone spading sketch and tfe, tarn may our prices.

Sarton--Ahl 1 But talking of fun t I them your symptomaud i.; : .j I' I'llrklr.rr!"-,:;.oscertmn t< pro&aMv our r or'>teTta11ilftSdjntia (nion tree ComDllnlr.whether ann Tr. Cadj's Condition Powder for
.
I In Kamchatka the inner bark of t ions tncty! HandtK o k on 1'atenU ': ADVOCATE PUB. CO. ;11jrC: are the best tonic blood purifier
it you should havo heard tho remarksIr : the pine is macerated in water, then VanVulen l mill! diagnose{ : > o'ei! j sent P.leuU free. Oldest ticr: .through irf>nT for M Bwartnif 1Ht i Co.patanrg.rtcttve ;, I II I,I: aadtzrriffuge. Price 25 ccuta. Sold byKITaNTED
of some of tho people after youwent I tl'ia rwf kt. wtt:1out cb rce. la the
pounded and made into a kind of case without 1 cost. They treuby 'I ]1 1t r '
; out-Boston Transcript. $cl itiffc Hsncrican.I Eemmingway Building, t!
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t : substitute for bread, without any mail. Address all letters to: \ : -SEVERalt TRrSTWORTIU,
; VY person In this state to manage our Girl
. 'When Armor WM Heavy. admixturo of flour. A handsomely Hln-trstel fecfe'r T-rresr clr. tteir and
counties.
ts a own nearby It..taatr.
: rulation! of ""JT az-'entU journal. 1' .$3
The Xovita Company, 400-41: tee a Starke FlorIda ,
In fourteenth'century armor year: f ' a'rafg&t 900 a ear and expense.-d fJU t
j &
If cork is sunk 200 feet deep in the Grand l Ilon.s. Athuf. M MUHrJ! & Ct.taHiro ail'HevYork
e became so heavy that many soldiers Openi C.t3y ---.-- 'JD&& de no moret no leas salary. Montnl/
,. ocean, it will not ri?A arjain, on account 'I . I Bra' ve.. : to. 'V'L ltth ol. t?. t. eX. Ksrerencea. Enclose selt.aQ relhe"
Only SO years old were deformed orjTm U.-j \Ve: ,.: \ l'.11 g I u : ,.t tx ,:air -*\ envelope Herbert E. He. Pre*' .
! of the I M, CUicutfO. Meatloa .'DTOC.1 NLi.T .
of water fcp
nth i ahled its weight the4irosyuTo I r. :
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A PLEASAHT EVEMNG. I : GJSa5H555B5Z5HS55B555H5B G :Misses Cornelia and Isabel The Peoples Market :T I\ ,(
LOCALJAMIMITEMS
1 Peek are visiting relatives in ,
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Iml PERSONAL NOTES.
A :IVcsmbcr of You II;'; People Georgia. 4 W. A. CROSBY, Proprietor.
0? INTEREST IN CONDENSED FORM Spend a Few Hours Very a5 .sc@1'V. JA

-LOCAL, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Pleasantly at Ir. and F. M. Prewitt was attendingto Dealer in Fresh Meats Beef' (

JVlrs. T. A. Knight's. H. Tills, of Waldo, was business in the Metropolis .t 4c ,

An abundance grapes are One of the most delightful in town yesterday. Saturday.Mr. VFL Pork, Ham, Sansage, Etc, -

on the market. parties: of the season was givenat
Sheriff S. Denmark visited : George Moore left yester-
New sweet potatoes are on the residence of Mr. and Mrs.T. Orders delivered to any part of "
Jacksonville Sunday: day for Lake City, where he >v -
the market now. A. Knight'on Walnut street the City on short notice.
Mr. oJ. W. Flinn, of Louis- will visit for a. few weeks.
A large lot of fine Wall Tuesday evening in honor of TRADE MAR1S. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
ville, Ky., was in Starke Mon Mrs. E. W. Burroughs and
Miss Stella of Valdosta
Pockets at N. B. Hull's. Knight, W. A CROSBY Starke Fla .
Ga., who is:! the guest of the day. daughter, Miss Nona, are visiting THE NEW SEED LAW. -

The recent rains have filled above named family. William Kite, of Lake Butler relatives in Cedar Key.R. Approved :May 19, 1899, makes it
the creek to its banks. unlawful for to sell or offer S. J. COLEMAN .
up any person
The house in the Mon ,
large presented a was county seat J. Hyman, traveling for
for Bale Garden, Melon or
Quite a crowd of people droveto lively scene, and the young day. the F. E. Block Co., of Atlanta Vegetable Seeds any unless the same are Boot and Shoe .Repairing.

Kingsley lake Sunday after people enjoyed themselves to Rev. A. L. Woodward, of Ga.,. was in Starke Tuesday.L. in packages bearing on the outside in at residence In ThomaBvllle. ',,;"'J.
+ plain letters a guarantee certificate of Shop
noon. their. hearts' content playing Waldo, arrived in the city yes- B. Lutterol, of Cedar Key, when where aud by whom the seeds i Following are a few of my prices: '.I

One of the heaviest rains of games, such as crokinole, etc. terday.T. was among the guests at the were grown. Half soles for Ladies' shoes, 25 cents; ,
One of the main features of Half soles for mens' shoes, 30 to IJ( !
the fell here : Penalty not leas than ,t25, nor mon'tllall
sensou Monday New Commercial Fri- \
the evening was a donkey H. Leube, of New York, ; popular $100 fine.J. I cents; Patches, 5 to 15 cent*. I also- \
afternoon.
was a guest of the New Com- day. B. BUT I'ON, Seedsman. Ocala, { repair harness at reasonable price*.
party, which afforded much Fla., sells seeds uuder his trade mark, i 1 Give my a trial. Satisfaction guarantee 1
Onr merchants mercial .
are looking Monday.Mrs.
Mrs. Dr. Tate Powell is ex- I. .
Joe
amusement. Alvarez won as above, bearing the certificate required 1
forward to a good run of busi- the boy's prize which was a fine : Cone, of Tampa, is visiting i- pected ho.me soon from Newton, by law; besides seeds are net"" .'1.7 V(Mtt ...

ness this winter. silk necktie, and :Miss Ruby her mother, Mrs. Sparkman N. C., where she is visiting rel- tested aud the certificate bears date O P I U M cured at pat Book home FRKB.of wtiboBtpia p rtlcuUrs .-- ,
of test and of rminl-!
The board of county com- Powell the whichwas in this city. atives. percentage g y = !OR.B.M WOOLU 004c ..
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girl's prize, tion. Send to him for price list. .. v Ills North Pryor ftfc

missioners will meet in this a beautiful handkerchief. Mr. J. F. Lynch, of Jackson- Mr. Harry V Steinmever.. the Wholesale! aii-1 Retail. To PATENT 6J tf &3 9 C

city next:Monday.N. Refreshments were served, ville, was registered at the New "Old Gentleman," is the latest may be secured!s701U'
&Id. AddrtM,
and at 11 o'clock the the ADVOCATE !". '"-*o ar for riti'7 C..l\tlo. '
to
acquisition
B. Hull's large line of young Commercial Friday. THE PATENT KCOIS ;N
Guarantied
tobacco bai.u rure maJ-v Wt. lam....B<. c
wan paper is going fast. Call people departed, and all agreed force. mpnstrong, b'lOure.. 60c.\ &1 All miner st 1[Satwcriptlont to The PUat RecordLa0 pet...... r
Bud Sullivan 1
:Mr. a prosperous : _
and see samples.The that it was a most enjoyable farmer from Theresa, was Mr. W. M. :Meadows, a prom- -

dog tax meets with general affair. in the city Saturday.. inent Macon, Ga., man, was
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approval and .so does our Low Rates to Philadelphia.The :Mr. R. S. Fernandez has accepted registered at the New Commercial CASH TALKS !

goods. Morgan Bros. F. C. & P. R. R. will in N. B. Saturday.Rev. .
a position
sell tickets Sept. first to third D. L. SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH
Foit BALE.-10,000 strawberry Hull's stationery store.J. Branning, of Wal i

plants for sale. Apply to inclusive, to Philadelphia and M. Alvarez, of Starke, is do, preached an interestingsermon TO SAY NOTHING OF WOMAN.. ;
Hans Austin Starke Fla. return, at a rate. of one fair for at the Methodist churchin
spending to-day in the city.- Our Goods talk for themselves. If :you buy you WILL TALE to
the round account of
trip, on this city Sunday..
Rev. G. T Leitner filled G. A. R. encampment. Two Metropolis, August 29th.L. your friends about the extremely low prices at which wears '

his regular appointment at the Elder Max Krauss, a. popular trav- selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember .
trains daily with through sleeping W. Moore, Presiding
:Baptist church Sunday morn- district eling man of Savannah, Ga., that we are still at the same old stand selling Books l
cars. Full information, of the Live Oak ,
was registered at the New Music Musical Instruments School
ing.A upon application to F. C. & P.: arrived in the city yesterday. supplies, M \
Commercial Tuesday.Mrs. Etc. Etc. lack
Stationery The of
spac&prevents
man before the Mayor is Agents, or A. 0. MaoDonell, Misses Emma and Loutie
in ticklish We sell J. M. Trnby and son us from saying more, but come-
a position. Gen. Pass. Agt., or L. A. Ship- Smith have returned from a "

musical goods of all kind. Mor- man, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., visit to friends in Jacksonville.J. Joe, and Miss Eva, returned and be convinced.Morgan ,

gan Bros. Jacksonville, Fla. home Tuesday from a pleasantvisit :! '
P. Dowling, the hustling with friends in Gainesville. Brothers -
There will]] be services at the A Slight Fire. i sewing machine agent of Lake ;

Methodist church Miss Stella Knight and little
next
Sunday Yesterday about 12:30 p. m., Butler, was in the ciry Tues-
morning and evening by the fire was discovered on the kitchen day. sister, Babel, of Valdosta, G.!., I STARKE, FLA. :

arrived in this city Friday and ,I
pastor.No ,
of Mr. J. W. Morgan's resi- 1I
Mr. J. R. Davis, our popu- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. A. I
services were held at the dence on Madison street,_ but
lar insurance agent, made a .
churches Sunday evening on did no damage it having been business trip to Alachua Tues- Knight.Mr. STATIONERY !I. t

account of the threatning quickly put out. The fire is day. Barnum Johns, of New ,

weather. supposed to have orriginated bya River, has accepted a positionas .

The weather has been delightful spark from the stove fine.ADDITSONAL Miss Cinnie Hicks, one of salesman in the large estab- ""i T

for the past few days, and a Hampton's popular young ladies lishment of The W. B. Haynes School Books, New and Second-Hand. .; v., "

LOCAL was shopping in Starke .
great many seem to think that Tuesday.Mr. Company.Mr. Everything new and up-to.date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers

the hot weather is over. Miss Eva Dixon entertained a Walter Petterson the Etc. "We sell
Envelopes, these cheap. A good
number of her friends at the New .
N. B. Hull will leave
Oar farmers are bringing in Commercial last evening. popular engineer of the A., S. Ink Tablet three for five cents.

their cotton at a lively rate, next week for New York City, R. & G. Railway, left Sundayfor This is not the place where they do a CREDIT rlClfinc anti make .,
Mrs. W. Anthony went to
Sampson where he will his stockof C-t sir Customers '
purchase pay the difference.
nml from what hear South Carolina where he
we can < to-day to meet her sister, Mis ,

there will be a large crop.A Xi'a i' Gardiner! of il.icon, Ga. Christmas goodfi. will visit relatives.Mr. .<::H Agency for the Crescent Bicycles -

the front Mr\ K. L. Adams returned yenter- Mr. C. O. Tate, a prominent .,
moonlight night, Leon B. Steinmoyer, one 'The Wheel That Stands Up.
day after a pleasant visit with her
porch, a girl and a guitar makes son, Mr.\ J. T. Adams!, in Fernandiun. traveling man of Morristown, of Starke's most popular young Crescent Juvenile, 2500.. Ladies' or Gents' best Chap Wheel

n- pretty picture. The guitar Mr. Tate Powell !has resigned: his Tenn., was a guest of the New men, I left yesterday for Jackson- $::3l'>.OO. Chainless $ OOO. All T99 Models.

makes a pretty sound if it is position with the Starke Drug Company Commercial} Friday.Mr. ville, where kv will visit relatives Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head, 835

purchased from Morgan Bros. I and is going to work for the D. R. Edwards Lawtey's for a few weeks.1
,
Armour Packing Company. Tate IP All kinds Musical:\ Goods, Strings, Etc. We make the price...
Before buying a Piano, Organ turpentine operator, was in the
a industrious young man and we wish The County Board of Public ', Don't forget the name nor the place.
or anything in the musical him PUCCC&S in his new venture. city Saturday, and was a guest

"lino, write, or call on Ludden & Little. : Uery, the 4-year-old son of at the New Commercial. Instruction session Monday.will ;meet in regular 1 N B. HULL, Postoffice Boilding.C I.

Bates' Southern Music House, 1fr:;!. Wade Winn, died Tuesday of .._..
Dickon who
has I
111'fay ?, <:M7- ---<=>.LO ; ._ --- _-.
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29{) East Bay Street Jacksonville Indigestion. The body was interred
been Mr. and Mrs. \V.T. Deafness Cannot be Cured
visiting
Fla. tt Crosby: cemetery yestel'!lay after-
tioou. The family has the sympathyof Weeks in this city, returnedto by local :applications, as they M.\ SPAKKMAN & CO.
The W. B. Haynes Company the whole community in their sad I *
her home in Sanford Tuesday. cannot reach the diseased portion -
bereavement.Rev. -DEALERS IX-
arc preparing to receive their
of the ear. There is only
mammoth stock of Fall and ,Yo II. Steinmever.. by requestof Miss:; Johnnie Liddon, one ofOcala's HIGH GRADE WHISKIES.
i one way to care deafness, and
Rev. J. A.
Winter goods, and are offer- Hendiy, filled the pulpit most charming young i

inc> somo great bargains in I at the MethodUt church list Sunday I ladies, visiting her cousin !1 I t that is: by constitutional reme- Rye WhMey, $2 to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to S2. O per g.Ho"

everything.Are morning and evening. He wn dies. Deafness: is caused by an Rum, ,2 to $2.50: t per gallon. pple Brandy. 2.50 to $3 per gallon.: Peach
Miss Lula Liddon in this
j
city. r
greeted with large congregations: inflamed condition of the mucous Bran .v, $:S.So to S3 per gItfon1IF'" Whtjat Whiskey, J2.50 rer gallon
thinking of purchasing atid hl3 sermons were instructive as attention all
you Prompt; paid to orders
well as logical and impressive. ,Attli Rev.V.. II. Steinmpypr returned lining of the Eustachian \

; a piano? If so, write Lud- % ,> morning service he clio eJ for his home last Thursday after I Tube. When this tube gets inflamed JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.

den & Bates1 Southern Music text: '"I am the light of the worM," I
House Fred Kami; manager I and at the evening Service his subject a pleasant visit to relativesat you have a rumbling C. M. SPAEKMAN & CO., Starke, PI a

29 East Bay Street, JacksonVille : j was ('."-LakeUnd Sun. different places in South wound or imperfect hearing, and .x- ., ')r __ __ __ t._ I
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Florida.Mr. Florid when it is entirely closed deaf- -

N. B. Hull is headquartersfor Miss Lulu Liddon returned ness is the result, and unless J. F. P.
L. R. Doaz has purchased the latest Books and Maga- cMurry
the inflammation
he take
can
;
the two-story housa and lot on zines. Also all of the home last Thursday from Oca- I ,
daily la where she has been attending out, and this tub-- restored to its DEALER IXI
West Call street known as the papers. !
normal condition i will
"Old White house," and is the Summer Institute for Hearing

:"having a fence erected around Quite a crowd of colored people Teachers. be destroyed forever ; nine cases I GROCERIES, FRESH AND FINE. A NEW

the place and the house thoroughly i took in the excursion; to Tampa I out of ten are caused by ca- I LOT OF FINE PICKLES CAN GOODS ETC.
,
repaired, which will over the F. C. & P. Mondav.r Mrs. :N. T. Hitch and daughter tanh, which i te nothing but an

I make it a very attractive place I'....--- ----. .... -- I ,\Miss Katie. returned home inflamed condition of the niuy FRUITS CIGAR AND TOBACCO.

when completed. I ,'W=>Qt --= from Waldo Saturday, where con MJJfaces. MAELS SERVf-D AT ALL HOURS.

I Sheriff Denmark, Deputy : i I they have been visiting :Mr. \\'t' v.Jll, iiive On Hundiv l lI I .... -

j .0+" hats i\)' any case. of deafsmx: ;*
Tison and several' other gentlemen i! Don't Stop I,I and Mrs. A. G. Masters-. (eaucd: by caturrhl) that cannot Q!;1cis Bicycles>I

of Braid rl county wove: in t taking Scott's Emuhion be. I Mr. A. J. Doyle, the, popu I be rmvl I Ky H.I's' (/: ,.
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the city: yesterday, in search of : cause it's warm weather. i iI' }lar salesman: of lr colt( murm &Cu.. ('lutr **rnd for tire! :'hts t ft-t- w, ago.. .-.atCl..n..J..t tw 'roqUO'. MOd... ........

Nick Joyrier, a wanted Keep taking it until you arecured. : j jI F. J, CHENEY &: CO., mOQuOJ& CYCLE WORKS fAJLO=-=
negro jof Jacksonville, was talking -t setent'e7MYtaal.tln.Methtthowtb..........M,
I! '. 'I. .....
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I Tolwlo nl.et .
OlH
for the murder of William Jones
l' It will t heM and t ti I II' |: business with om merchants ..- a.w."eer4iat .:Made to ..U.,aaa.;; t.....
lungs !t r field T5e.lair cr7 tR"- ...
your bv "Drngglsis tt L..a.pe w alt w.};......
,
of Lake Park, Ga., atStarke i t rich blood J Monday i. 1 I hi.y gad U w.k.. ..,,.....see..(.......
in and : I .
give l
summer -
you : <\ts regist-'ml :.itj :. .- .'' :' 1 pn;. :' ,ui ;. .IO.u aa.ts.rr.Y.bsr
Wednesday: night. They could I' in winter It's cod 1i 1 I' / OQUOIJaICYCLY t P t deb '
as I =
/ TkUc
the New' Ctm) 'l1lf'.'( hd"r" be". i nrSRRIPTHM 0 lu t-r* S. *
discover no trace of the negro i liver oil made easy. I Ii j : .. b...rt-tmtn''twrtee.m.t,1.fW.d.iun i '-*mu d ea.drty. _... ..

and went back to Starke in the i! 9..tat S 1. All drug:!..;*. 0,4 |: aureturned } ",*'-AO' ....). _-... '\."\" _.... ,', .. .. .. .. .. I .', c..d-k ti..4 mean=-aad tech. rreoa:..Genr..,b..I'. fra1lM..:&a1:4 S1.l6ucUlIa..LecI.Ie.bPJ,.,."Ii t.....,,'*191e...'.Id'Zs.e.......-;..'-........
'irh :b eqa." ltoll" Oar Wnue. G..ii..__ =:
afternoon. Gainesville Sun, i j frt): ': : r sltksTRADEDARKS SLID: OSE BOLU3 { '':'..'.,Fer -gee.nit.vwete.fcc'x: ,e.e..wse', bwlerl.rMltargl.:a;:.......Meatrject .
Tuesday i. H
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I--- I DATi JUTS AND CDP1RISaTS b......IDdna rtd.f pr.,. x UfMo .. t. t3.b.tm.."..1I.1I" "-*- '
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August 20.oalf3t3or. I1 -- < 1"- ORUNLD! 5' .d-
York where Mr. L: osett! ere.eat.ebs.tb.e.
--- 1 ." p.-, : Tejrtft >:> J ACV1CE AS TO PATENT ABILITY WE HAVE 5fS5L( a itlurtsJNtI6 .: t1S11. W .p. = tr'tI.
:: :C.... 11 I-b:t-:U f"-SyCIDUDWith i L <'!crurvtl I been purchasing: hij i";iii I a. Notice in "larentire Age" FRNJitt( j tOf'.. rlff1"""' t<> .",. __ c-.r 'rrfeb. latw...rue Inert.nt STD...: >iw.r y ...Y to_:_"\..
"nd n; a1w S+'z0.0 ot ...
lie Kind Yr Has Always B i }Jtic.hre ceailec -rs I Book"How to obtain Pats"C7tag th w wni.wh.elts.teal. .V-it.. 'nrovUwnt. D.ttM.t wt_k.watwf.L..
Jjhe :; hopeies.: } In! ten ee drasMzeta.t..E1.yeln: n.1IM!ia\4.W .4 _,,. t
we ly
vfNcJ'I >
of :
.. Winter : g '
rai stock for ; .
1 I _v!nt. lot. t''9I"'-:hi r&"*of all vmptoinsi reniov: : goods:: ;iS e.*moderate.r'c fee till patent is secured.Letters micaro.too aay Gprue; colllpw& 4$our smtrm.-ywh.... y1e.tphd.4yyey E.s .-
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':t.Z.AH.nJ: 'TEH: ll.'*:!:It trsi<=> e..t free rtrictly crciidential. Add reas, = Ii1r7t W : .r'
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.. of .-c f I ._ ::1::. .: 531S.Bex Kdtlsnaca. store at Lake, ;:Butler. E.G.ilG> I .' .ir



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