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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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 Y. STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER '7, 1890. NUMBER 48. ,.
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KILLED BY A TRAIN. Ten New and Original Songs El:J cacacacacaocac cac o c oc cacacaca s"
i Which Can be Had Free.

.t Rubin Strickland Killed What will the great metropolitan 0n

BARGAIN.SIN. Saturday by a Train on papers do next? This is 3
the F. C. & P. Ry. the question some one asks 1H 1 3I I

Rubin Strickland, a well-to- nearly every day. But thereis ]
do farmer, who lived between one which leads all others.It T. A. HUGH 0n 0Q
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.--.. -- -... -- -- Starke and Hampton, was killed has gained the sobriquet of 0I
by the 2:15 p. m. passenger i "America's Greatest Newspa- I
train over the Florida Central per" by just such remarkable 0

and Penninsular railroad Satur- pieces of enterprise as the one & COMPANY 3

day about a mile south of this i which has now attracted the 3a

attention of the all over
city.It press
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seems that he was lying the country.
.EVERYTHING;, : ; with his right arm across the Last week the New York 3

rail asleep when the train struck ,i Sunday world announced that Dry Goods, Shoes Groceries 3Q 3a
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him. His right arm was cut off it would give away an album of 3a

entirely, and the back of his new and original music, con- Cigars Tobacco Etc. and
head was crushed in, killing sisting of ten of the up-to-date ,

him almost instantly. As soon class of songs that are now so

: Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., at as the engineer discovered that I popular, such as songs of sentiment -
he was on the track he applied I "coon" songs, "cake- GENERAL
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the brakes, but it was impossi-I j i I walks," &c. These ten songs
Cost to make room for our Mammoth ble to stop the train before it I I the Sunday World proposes to

had run over him. distribute one each weeek, MERCHANDISE.WE
The unfortunate man was with every copy of the Sunday .
FALL & WINTER picked up and was brought to I World. When it is consideredthat

this city where his relatives were the average price of new ARE OFFERINGBargains

notified and the body was delivered music, written and composedby
in Dry Goods that can't be beat anywhere in
Stock which will arrive in a few days. to them for interment, popular authors, is from 30 the State B
which took place at the Hampton to 45 cents, the unparalleled B
cemetery Sunday. enterprise of The World in gIVing WE ALSO CARRYA B

.. ,........, ._ the with a big B
-I c"" """" -- song away
? large line of Shoes. All styles and prices. B
There is more Cattarh in Sunday newspaper, for which .
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this section of the country than only 5 cents is charged, is ap WHEN IN NEED
B
Groceries.We all the other diseases put to- parent.:: The World requeststhat Of anything in our line don't fail to call on us. We can B

gether, and until the last few we publish the following B
save
you money.
h have a full and complete line of the years was supposed to be in- announcement:
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curable. For a great many A MUSIC Album free. From
: best and freshest Groceries in Starke at years doctors pronounced it a Sept. 3 to Nov. 5, the Sunday KIIGITC

jr local disease, and prescribedlocal World will issue weekly a songin
prices that defy competition. remedies, and by constantly sheet music form, with handsome ,

... '" ...,...:=.>......,,:;z= ""'=.,,= =. .. failing to cure with local colored cover. The entire i & Corner Call and Walnut Sts. Starke, Ea.SSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.ESESZSSSSSS3SSSSSS3SSSSZSSSS..
treatment, pronounced it incur- set will be mailed, postage GB
able. Science has proven Catarrh paid, for 50c. Remittances re- GG

S to be a constitutional disease cec'd after Sept. 3 will qet the 0
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Hardware. -
L > .",>, and therefore requires* backnumbers and each new num- C U Iml
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her issued. Besides the the
constitutional treatment. Hall's song
Our Hardware is r
Department kept: -
upI Catarrh Cure, manufactured by World will also send its colored . .. . . . . .
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& Art Portfolio, which is a marvel r.J I W Lm .
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, : .. . . . . .
to the .. -
standard. We
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,:; are offering bargainsin Ohio, is the only constitutionalcure of journalism ; its Sunday Mag- ':.1.. 't. . . . . ;. .!" . .J. ,!-. ?

Hardware that can't be beat.Furniture. on the market. It is taken azine, which equals the monthly r1r4S.t

internally in doses from 10 periodicals, and its Comic ,
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IC'I.'J: "".h:'' : : -::: {" ;"' ;U-- : '" drops to a teaspoon full. It Weekly, which exels every / ...):i\..

acts directly on the blood and comic weekly in the United ...E
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States two, and in its .. \.
mucous surfaces of the system. except .. '
They offer one hundred dollarsfor comic scope equals these two .. ( _: ::
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10-cent publications. ? \
any case it fails to cure. .
If need in the Furniture Send for circulars and testi- Write a postal card to the I
you anything Sunday World Music Editor, G. C LIVINGSTON lli
monials. Address, Pulitzer Building, N. Y., for I ,
line don't fail to call and examine our line. F.Sold J. Cheney & Co., Toledo 75c. O. a list of the songs.CASTORIA. :: Dealer In :: ;,:
by Druggists,
Hardware Groceries k. ::
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Hall's Family Pills are the best.

We carry a large and complete line of Furniture For Infants and Children. Furniture, Stoves, Farming j
Attention is called to the advertisement -

and our prices are the lowest. of A. ,B. Campbell, The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears l :- Implements, Paints, J I
one of Jacksonville's largest theSiplature !\ I

4 music dealers, in this issue.Mr. ofMathnshek ::,: Oils, and .:!;.

Campbell handles a com- !
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plete line of musical goods, !and GENERAL

DON'T FORGET THAT WE ARE yfor would do well to write him Pianos ; !11

catalouge, free, before mak- h
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ing your purchase elsewhere.Get are pianos with a name. MERCHANDISE.
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IN LINE ON GRAIN, GROCERIES a New York Sunday Pianos That Have a Reputationsecond *r *

World from N.. B. Hull Sunday.A to none. They are the
--" ETC. ETC. new song every week. Next kind that have stood the teat:! of 1 Call on me when you need anything I,
Sunday's World will contain time and satisfied the most critical *

"If all the girls were like you," I I I musicians in every way. : :: In my line. I also carry a '. tI -,.
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Are Not ;
the author of "Two Little They "
": ................_....:._......_......-:-'"--- -...,.,.,. -.c .,.,.,.I.4 '. ''.:.III. by old style pianos that Lave been full line Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran d ..
.. .-,.,-.J!!'..-,.,.-", .-,.,.-'- 2'", .-",,-0--. _..:.. ,.-;. -:!;;. .... Girls in Blue. reuted for years, and then of- : !:
A Messrs. James Kelly and fered as great bargains, nor are \:: : and feed. Everything sold atprices :[:
Theodore Tyson have purchasedthe they "cheap, low-grade"pianos, \l.
made to sell "at half-price." to suit the times.
market owned :
formerly
... Coffins and Funeral supplies a Hans Austin and are conduct-by Every Piano Is New, \... ..:. H; ..}i./..to.., -
and every part Is made In the .. I.;
,ing the business at the same ITIATIIUSHEK .,

specialty. Also fine Furniture.Don't I old stand. factory, which is a guaranteethat .\.t: : G. C. UTINGSTON.Next : .. .. -41 .
it will last a lifetime. ,. ,
Col. J. T. Wills has I '
pur- Why Take Chanceson to Postofflce : : Starke Florida.
chased the residence formerly !. .; :
cheap pianos,when the OLD
occupied by Lee Hoffman in
AND RELIABLE
the MATHU- .
.. forget place. northern of ,
the part town, and SHEK can be bought at. prices -r
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will move into it in a few days. and terms to suit you? .. ; .. ..
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'l SHEK pianos In the South. .\ \. ..
DESIGNS '"1 ou should have one." GENUINE 1:e.t... .... ... :
W. ::13. TIESSTARKE CO. TRADEMARKS .
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PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS MATHUSHEK. PIANOS t:.:_. ,01:'
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Are sold only by ,.!; .,.I
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THE FLORIDA & r....._ -

to their cur commerce felt and they make ticket in a lotery ; the cattle on I warns his'friends to be wide'f .......&& L..U. -.... '1:' Co. ;.. f .'

WEEKLY ADYOGATS. power upon legislaI the Western :... .,
.. ranches are now awake. 'onticello Tribune. ::I

t'I tion.The drummers are arrayed almost ]- distributed from Chicago and 1 ,I -0- FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R. ,

iPUBtlSUEO: EVERY THURSDAY solidly against the trusts, not from the home stations. The democrats of Florida ,

-AT- and for good reason. The combinations I The producer deals directly should be organized..! In all TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 11, 1S90. All Trains Daily.

STARKE, FLORIDA i iI of once competing establishments with the manufacturer who in prrts of the NOlnll ,.
& JAAS1'
country organizations 8 :3u.: 3e. ; SoL'1111.H. lJJ'l lOH.
have thrown thou- I I I t 9 J3 /

F. )I. PREU'ITT, sands of drummers turn, sells to the retailer by are being effected. The Lv. Starke ... ... ... -;; 4\-: :;-T-1-21P;; : :Lv. Rttorke.... ......-......-. ,-... -1051"I-
of .....
out ... 10op
employment LJack.orv111 .S/ 7 ::; 3 ;3Up :\T. wily do ... .. ., ... ... .....
Editor and Publisher.SUBSCRIPTION and caused a .reduction preference ; the giant }producing) acknowledged leaders of the I I I tAr.Ar. Ev Io'trnandila.rett... ........,. ........ 10 9-.?.!." .. 9up 5 :'J a, 'I.Ar.Gainesviila.! .. .... .. .1..I. 11:510 P1Ulp.10IJp.. ...
) 95.p .. .. .. i
1Op ar. Cedar ..... ,
in the salaries establishments and the .fAr. Brt;now"' tck...... .....11 3.a... ...... Keys. 7c3v'... ...
of demandof .
thousandsof : I party are doing all in their Ar. Silver Spvings.... ... .. I J i3' .....
.11' Sa\'anil.l..... ...... .
It 27 Ar. Oeala... ..... .. .... }
RATES. others. Ar. ..... ... .. .... )1J15.P..1 187p. I15a
the consumer for the cheapest power to stimulate organiza Ar. Fairfax. ::12Up . i Ar. wwildwtwd.. .... ......1.. .. 2 3.p 24tJa

One Year. .SiSU The average traveling salesman and best Ar. .Denmark..l.'p..\ulta.Ua. . .... 9 4ap! Gas;4a.::: ........I Ar. ... ... .. ...I.\ 3Cp 4\'a:?:'
Months goods in return for tion. The .Ar. Tarrres ...... ... ... .. .
io republicans A .. .. ........ 333p bOa
are r. ColumLia.
perfecting ; ....... .
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Three Months. therefore, regards the I Ar. A-.hei'1lle.. .......... ,. ... . S (04.-p) 8 ;Ca
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ready cash I..up M. Winter .. ......
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trusts as his are crushing the organziatious in every .Ar. t;'tnct nnatl...... ...... .. .. 7 .;.J..'. .. .. Ar Gwensboto. .. ii2.p .
Strictly In Advance. enemy and he is i middlemen batween Ar. Charlotte. N'. C. . 8 40p Ula.; ..... ..Ar. Plaut City...''. '.'.'..'.''.'..''.' ...... 3 asp -IJ3a
hitting back hard"as the state preparatory' to the Ar. Du..nik.'a.. ..... 123tia .. .. .._.. 44tp: S.Pa
as !he can. upper: stray .Ar. R.chmonl1. ...... 13(1p Ar 'l'amp3. .... .... .. ... .. 53Up' 6tOa.
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2 oTICF.-Tbe Editor of tins paperTrill I The great host of drummerswho and nether millstones. Some, I: gle in 1900 As it was in 1S9G, Ar. Lynchbul'l!...... 21 6lV,..,u) 2 6 25p.rap: . ".. bTAhhE & JACK O: \'ILLE _10 i i

Ar. Charlottesville.Soil\ ... ..
not be responsible' for view expressed are movimr constantly a- who assume to sneak.. for tlu! I so it will be in 1900-a Ar.a"hmgton.", .. .... .... 7 J a 5 p .. Lv. Starke........ :. ... .... / 21fo; ffi1t I ( 1 ,
--- I campaign Ar. llaItlI.I1CJre.. ... .. ... 9 1.1 11 Plf-P:... . Ar. .Jack.-.onvllle... .. ... .... ..... 35Np .
: by corrcFpoll euts.OFFICE monir all classes of the people farmer say he is dissatisfied ] of education.To Ar. r lladel{hia...... 11 3"ia 2 56.p ... .. WEST. DI V. & N. o. L. : J
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york. t.-
v/no : 203p 6':!:t31 ...... _
are bright and weil-m- with the present trend of trade vote anJ Ar o.toa.. . ..... .. 91up 3 tk p!I', .. I.y. Stlrke-..... .... .. .. .. 54/11 215p- ,.
: formed men and dead in earn- intelligently i ina .'fTH & lOF{' % k.; l' 84 .U :k1 L\'. Jackson.v1lle.... .... .... ... 92 a 515p
and the ,Ar. Lake, City..... .. ... .. ..... 1JfIa:
UP STAIRS IX JIE3IMIXOWAY est in their light upon trusts enactment of legislation manner to protect the best interests L V. Har-e...... ....... ... b4a I -;-:- ;- .,\r. Live Oa:::....... ...... .. .. 121Np1FSa 10Sp J
to it has Lv. Jacksonville. .. .. ... 8s. :1 P -.p[ Ar. l\fad'Jn.; ...... .... .... ...... 2301\
BUILDING OX COINER CALL are sure to exert a powerful in- stop been sometimes of the party and( to secure .1r. f..vesett........ ,. .. .1 1U2.+.t 7 35p 4.t, +'p .t r. l\foltlceHo........... .. ...... 2t'CIJ.lOa llPp
luence. A demanded Ar. Vacua .. ...... :?-4al.;'P ..501'f AT. 'rallal.assee.. ... .. .... ...... Sxpl: I\ta:
AND WALNUT STJiEET.S. large proportion of but interference a proper defence of the Ar. Atlanta... .. .. ..".. !74.J-'t.::>1 ;:: t 0;.a .. hirerJunctloa... .. 4 311 :5s. ?,;
them Will vote with the I with AT. Iltrmncar. .. ... ..... 11'Sa' .......j\r., ... p19 -IVIi
party business can only right of the people: theiv is no r r. .,!emph1s. .. .. .... .. ..... Prnsacula.. _.. ..... G301" ......
which Ar. .... .. 93Lp :Ar. .Mobil .... ... .... .. ...... 3u5u
Advertising Kne gives best assurance of I I ,han-.asCity... ....1.. .. a3p: . .. ......
bring j disappointment} to those 'mode of procedure+ better ctlCl1'bted -\r. ", ..a t t"nl'U;;:l...... I ; -':1 t I '\re..Crl, ..no .. . 7'Oa .,. .. .
an intention to collar and hold j' Ir. LexlngtOl ... ..... ..I. ... .. ."' I
Our advcrtlsing rates will be as reasonable down who make the attempt. The, 1 to !bring about such .tr CinCin'lti...... .... .. ...... 73 SUrlp 1. I
aa consistent with keeping up it good news.pBper. the trusts. This is for a re Ar JUbV Ile.. ... ...1. 'I1p .''. '. ".. .Jr-Leave Fernandina for
l Jaw which suit Ar Saint Louis. ...... .. .... ... 30lp 1'
Ills the purpose 01 the publisher tIssue them the issue which opposes public sentiment thia: a thorough: organization 7t Nil .. ... .
overshadows : -
\r. CCicato .. ...........!.. . .JacksonvIl1o
a clean attractive ue\\>paper with only is Ar. Detrutt ...... .. .. 71p 1:25: a. m. and
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all others and inoperative: so too of democrats .1...... t\tfia ... .. ,
will ; in j
such a proportiou of advertisements as will they every precinct Ar. Cle\eraml. .. . ..:. 6 L5a ..... i
Insure that all will muke' themselves .\r. ladianu :ois.: ..... ......' ...... ; 615: Pill
be seen and read and none felt when this any attempt to contra \'en.. the ( and : .II ( .... '
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burled behind county state. The I Ar. Coll1lnbus .. .".,... .. _.' .. :: ... .I
a mass of others. issue
Hates will 1 is placed squarely before movoment of 1.u. ,, I .
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be uniform and will be made known ou application business.-Times- 'uelllocrars ui li'lorHla should -->- -----
the countrv.5THE i SLEEPING CAII SERVICE.
Union and Citizen.FLORIDA not be behind their friends in Arrivals r

--"- '- at Jacksonville from the North null East, No 35 at 9CXiai .
other m..
MIDDLEMAN.Ilalfadozeu parts of the in No. 33 t
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Mu. ,y. L. May has severedhis POLITICS.J. country "' p. m. Fn'in the North and N rtliw' Bt, No. 37, 9:10 u. m.
the preparing for future action. lorn the West, No I, 7r23
years ago p. m. From the South, No. 14, .:55 a. .
connection with the Jacksonville farmer and rural consumer were T. Wills, of Bradford The organization of clubs can \ 10, 3:58 p. m. m.ro.
Xos.
Evening Call. I loud in their demand for freedom county, is mentioned as a prob- be effected without the formal New York 35 and and 36 between carry Pullman Jacksonville Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and
and

IF YOU want to reach the people i from the burden of the middleman able democratic candidate for opening of a campaign. There 33 mid} 34 carry Pullman Buffet} Sleepers( Cincinnati betw eu Jacksonville, via Asheville.and XeW'Nos. ..

of Starke: and indignant because a ttorney.generul.Li'e Oak will be no occasion for disturb- York. All meals between Columbia/ an-l Xw York served OP diulDgrnr t
place advertising
your with trains
35, 36. Nos.: 36
and
in the ADVOCATE. their protests were unheeded. Democrat. ing the business relatives of the I Limited. No?. 13 and 14 37,Pullman Cincinnati Florida and Havana
carry Buffet
ISrow the middleman is in dan -0non. people--Punta Gorda Herald. and Tampa. sleeping cars betwcenJuckioiiviIIe -

THE beef trust is causingmost ; ger, and within the present yearhe R.V.. Davis is a candidate Steamers for Key Nest and IIn.non-\o. 9 makes '

people) to eat fish, and in had appealed to the farmersin for re-election to Congress FROM THE STATE TRESS Port Tumpa with steamers leaving Jo Gays, Tluiredaya and Saturdays connection'at / .

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the cities fish ]has almost doubled Legislature: after Legislaturefor from the second district, and -- No. 13, with those leaving Tuesdays and Fridays.

They are already talking of Noa. 1 and 2, sleeper brtw en New ".
Orleans
it and
his
in value by reason of the help in his struggle for seems chances for success Full information Jacksonville.
ex- at Ticket (
taking a sensus in the : OllSce, Sliirke.
: are irood. Monticello I Philip D. E. _
demand. -
great istance. Former! Consti- MAXWELL,
;. v the "com A. O. MAcPONELL
L. A. k
pines. It "might be well to first Sec. SHIPMAIf. '
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tution. Gen. .
Mpjr. (; Paa .
mercial ta velel e11. Agenr. Asst. Gen.
: was Pass. .
given
Agt. I
A MAX who was caught in special f take t the islands.-Evening Call. JAl'KSOX\'ILIE
-"JT'O' -- rLOH/D.\/ .
the rates on all roads and at ev- ... ... "
clutches of = .
u folding bed is The political pot will simmer -- - --- .

suing for loss of sleep. If: ery hotel-he had the best and in spite of the efforts: of the The death rate among negroes GAINESVILLE & ---- --
GULF
he paid less than l RAILWAY -
local rates. is much < GOMP'Y.
than
damages can bo obtained for But instead majority TO l keep the heat I I greater anion;; the ,j

loss of sleep, Wanamaker has a of sympathy, he down. The candidates and whites-not counting those who Time Table No 33, In Effect Monday
i July 17 1899.
gets legislation ,
prohibiting) the take the ,
route. Gainesville
great case against QuaY.Atlauta their friends rope ,
are adding
continually
sale of his thousand-mile books- i Sun. I Au.3 -

Constitution. and he is fuel and stirring up the D.staJ.ce; I t'x Daily HIm I 'p'y Hally lro.4
attacked ST.TIO\
on one side -0- LV.P.M S. / I Fidr t'X Sun
lire -Daytona Gazette. N lr

'VE have received a copy of by the trusts which deal directly en-so Sheriff L. W. Fennell has .('() -(O.-.. ...-. T ... ... ..... ---trackr.l---
.Gamesvtlie. ...........
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0Congressman 3.1i .
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the W. C. T. U. Tidings:::;, published with the consumer, and on I |learned how to make the colts 3.\19 -IIJ .. ..... :p 1-' ...... ..... ?IInwe Illl .. .. ....... ...... .. .... R f f .... .... : .
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Sparkman isj j 5.18 4 I;; ..... .. T .......... .. ) : R 2 IH ..... ..
monthly at :Moutieello the other by the country mer- '''ty convicts by them 'I..IS' 4 p ........ ,... .... ... .Irotky. : Point. .. ..... .... S 15 e 40( ...... :'
pay hiring 1 tVacaLoota...... .. .. ....
quite anxious 11.33 43.\ .... .... S 10 ...
to meet the } '! . .... .... 80 ....
which is ably edited by Mrs. P. chant and the retail man, whose }poot t!to the mine owners. The sherifFs 1'.12 4 4'} ...... .. .T ...... ...... .I'1ew1fOu.IS..Clyatt! .s......................_... .... .. 2 8 ru .. ...... '
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county .Iarkwood ...... .
ivCorr and managed Miss cash or credit now enable them idea is a 13.00 4 iU: .... . Ii' .. .. .... .... .. Cmore.! ......... .... S 2t. 8 10 .......
by good one it is ii .... ......
I'J.91 ... ..
Congress ; .150.\ .. T ..... .. ..., 8 D5( ........
convenes and it i is .T:1com\. .... ....... ?
Allie May Corr. We to dispense{ with his meditation. not 14.6':1( : 5 O) ... .... p .......?.... ...". ..talor.I... .. ........... S I 5 800 ......... ,
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to ...
right
criminals ItS. .. ......
trust ..
it } put ir i I!} 5 tJ: .... 'r .. ..... .. 165. .........
he will ...
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likely make .l.Ucanopy. ...
very : :a date 14.73 .... .. S ..
This 52) .. Ii' .... .... .... ....' :c5 7n ... ..
will meet with the is but another feature for the fnseae Lla..... .... .... .. .... -
success it of t jail law-abiding to isill 1 52.j ,. ... T .. .,. ....... J.i 7 ::6: ...
and sup Lake ... "
speak at some place: in the j :_::1.0.) 53') .. .... T ............... $Inonton. .. .... .. R :0: 1S0 ........ It;:
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merits. that: evolution of trade High ;; HaT 53;; .... .... .llick'Jn.; ...... .. S 10( ........
going on f port.- : pi ings News. 1' ...... .... .. ..:.SOutttid.... ........ ... 7s.:
all county in September or Octo 2.87 .JJ. .. .... T ..... ...... S 2J 7 :.::0........ .
about .Dungarvan .. .. ...
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us-complaint did -0- 2t 'f 51)1J) .... T ..... ... ... .... .. .. R 9 1Hi ..... ..
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"TEX more ber.-Inverness Chronicle. i 81 5'i ... ...... T ....... .. ..... Irvine .... ...... S 12 7 I2. \) ..... ..._
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e Philippines regiments"has fort nothing, till, in the fullness of -0- Matches have advanced lift} 7.;):! \r.o.P\I) .. .... 1' .... .... .... ....1o'bh11eld..po Drane.. ........... ............. H S ........... .1U.co S ................ r

a martial 1 time, the laws of trade quietlysecured I J 1 per) cent since the formation f Lv. AM
sound. But it means an addition A teat of popularity: between 1I o -2:;a'op":':: :; ::; ':-: I>. ."en or ',; ':-r.'e' :"I>> .e, a-a to p,
I results. Competition I I the Mntbli:: Trust. But as the
of Gl:) rOOOCO the several known or acknowl-jr i I for further formation. address f
!
n.Tell' to has
down
j cut prices, the multiplication Times-Union and Citizen
snows
the i edged;: candidates for governor I Iso Z'7ti.. JZEKLGNe .. < ......
taxpayprs' burden. .
It of roads and the 1 increase I! conclusively; these: trusts L. :.. BARKER: r ..
means the loss of two will be maJe, to close about I II' President: & Geu'l.
or three of f Mgr i'1
business )knowledge] : I are humane and philanthropic Gcn'l Frt. & Pass- Agt. .
December 1 the .
thousand by Jacksonville !
Gainesville
more American bring the manufacturer I institutions .. Florida.
into the the people can ,. (1 llalfol'd
Jt H\'es'l Times.U nioa and Citizen <--- "" '''' f"
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; means an ultimate : :' '' ''
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: :: : .n
kitchen and store throughout{ I for { to contribute: to their ::: -=-____::..--=::,_ ==
of six or eight thousand which! that !paper I will soon T'1'q c'v r 1 '
tho country, ,O that a class of i n ain t0 n ance.- Journal: Jacksonville. 3 d'riy (!nnf: ,, a

to i pension list now numcii'l labor is thrown out of employment send out ballots. "Strawvotes' I j.t... ... -r I.t.;..,.51.. u .,., iQ'It .J... d_ t-;:f w I' N.t." t4n'51 BItTER io-- CRTP- -.. .nv. o (, :.


million mark. And all for exactly at the day of the do not really mean: anything __-v-f\_ I Tim:: TabJ! In Effect fic 3rd 1899. tJ 't," .,:..

'what? ; usually: but in this t ,
New case
York
World. nltl! niMnf v \Yunes beror_ flip_ I I Phosphate milling is now be c :(S -- --.- '1

-- work of n the public will g.nn a tentative j j ing pushed and :>;0.3.1 xo. ",. No. 1. :(':q,) I ---- --- I--- ,
Il LAST ; 1 tHe linotype and muscle knowledge of the condition I ( many: of the SU: H Sil ol I Lily\ ;ISiUs STATIONS. :'ollIe/! Nf" 1(). 1.XCI./ ... :-
Fridays of :
gas: bag thp.AI.OC.TE outbid j iQitnin' :; companies; have --00-1; ..;; 1m ;; / Vkly: Sat oJ1Sun oy ,."'
I by machinery.Whether 1 Con [ I> :: to k......... :: : t ;'
was c Dsul'e ; 61: p 711':10'. t .... ....hnel.IIl.r.d.Starke..err; ...... .. 0 10:6a ;'-1' 2I> -
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I rock 3 % ::! .. 5 "
\ve he glad] or they can 0plDalp (1')1\ .... .St .. i04ta & : :'.
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sorry- .. + p
because we published little | that may; prove, valuahle.- | 3 ; p'4 tI:5p 7"1211 .... ... trlruuJtlaetun. .. i..,:asa; 03Dp ,-,
a wt .3Iq. .
.inline; for 3 uinwrigbts.! .. .... ...
.1 whether we are of those, hose Pensacolu. XBWS. I months. The towns 34.alp I'Hp( 721a ;.. .. .....- .. .Uanllc.... .. .. l U 31 a \I p fS i5 p: : ,
notice pertaining to p'6i p 7(3 a : S ...... .. .. tob a 920p t ,
] "W'cn1City. ........ 20p'
a coloreddeparture
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:'t"retd; is cut" off by the change |1 |in the phosphate: (belt, in COUSPiqueueo (,) G59! p 7:'8a'. t.r ........ .Th)<.ctJ..vUJe. .... .. .. ."..1ti 16& DIO p R JlJv < ';" :
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man'd 7drp 747u .... .. !IOUa- ; t3N1 ".
Pr.P
) from ..... e05p '
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the .. .LnCot. ...
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lot fur of p 7U3p 7bna ; .J ... ... ..... .. Pula < "fI ,
cwwllich see our bread Some Ihegererul: activity in .. .C.etzers .. ... 8gp SLsp. -
come desirions 4 .
cheaper one of &detracking I 10 pi j 1P T57 ... :.1 ,411 ;
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i a 1.) i incH\"trTlb.... .. It S:;:= p 51\2p' .
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camps was published: > I because: of it I mining: are .aiid 4Up: 7'2tpAt'7a t ." .... ....1iurretlsLake. . .. :.J J 041 u. tH3 P S 4"p \ .: '
; growing business .
matters: nothing i Congressman Bob Da: \'- f .4 ::: ;J 7:21; I !RIla: ; j.. -, : .... : :.t> .1s. 3.) _"
verlclini as we received it. I to the fact. is Dtinr.fcllon / 72ip: :S13a: 50; ,, .. ..-...S.F.3tN.Junetoa.. .. ..AIl1eluil...... ... .". ..,, 9193 ) l133p 5 s.3 3..p p4ip ,..;::
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a NofIfe. Success comes to is started the ide.i; {that he would good. Cor 4. ,:tti, p 73; .p I I iJ! : a. I i . H edgts .. .. :7' 616s. 830p 5 ::Op..
gas hag is too daintj'to !it those who i I ltaj" Inverness 4 p ""I> R'kt ti J'r.. .. ....0..1.- .I '\) M.6 a 820( P 6 2p(/ __''. .
and 1 I'
Floral id
recognize the effect of b.e a good :governor and bega n City 8 f(1( w a 05 a b ''p
publish::; anything )like that i ,:
I thesis trade movements and to whoop it This al'e enjoying a better t businesshanat CONNECTIONS.R'r.rkc o
for fear of up. was not At ; ,, ; ;
digracing itself bur I with F. C'. & P.
adapt themselves to tho with real desire ( any time since the phosphate Gaiuc. Railroad !'Jr Kavsnaah ace] JtKeanv1tJt! : ,
don't hesitate to force its changing any to see the 'I ;s" ime! Ocala, Tnin[ :i, Oiiamlo, etc. .t<;\

many (?) readers upon ; l relations-to swim against genial congressman: made governor -i I"i boom of f 1SDO.-Inverness At SampsonJunction with G. S. Jc F. for Palatka, V"ldoAta.MacoD! t r ::\.
:a gngof over etc.
Its title is both i Chronicle.During For further information ,
call :
two columns about fatiguing and but to split up his sup Al1'IIUI'.MEIGS I on or address f-l::':'
a man ,

to sleep] ins i coffin etc. going As- Ilion i unprofitable. The {'onsoli :l- 1)01 t. Mr. Davis says he does the fall and spring oevery f Gen'!. )LwaKer Jiicksonvillo:! Fla. GKO.7iiprintcndcnt.TOMPSETT, .'4 it._4>''.

of the business) of not wish to be and """""" ...... Starke FIa'TAILOItINi.
for production ( ) will not be, a '" .. .... _. L
oar 1 find for : &I" {
partTC better year several( I :-:: .
enjoyment forces the years '- -! :;>!: :;(o''
dir tribution a candidate for
> into governor. lie E Et :;
than looking over the other suffered with chills: and fever. ""-,J.:"."
hands-large aggregations is after another term with _-
Telegraph! : for the sake of find :j ,of : I tried!: every remedy I could I Iee II e>.. .. tl tlI tlt 1e
capital
prefer to do business most excellent Me.II 0." Ie .
record II -- : : ,
to endorsehim {if
ing; scmething to I! j find, but found I 0. .e e II I
criticise no relief. Final The
L-atoh
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the ; ,

next in rtiiik, and the 1 and the chances i String OU,1 try; ,<
i are ten to ;
lo I 1 .
jjeithcr we lake ly" I tried 1 ;
much time a bottle of Dr. Powdr if .
avenues of trade are t to I one that he will be J well said that manners make t
closing his f
successor. \ : tis
in j jsr h matt.but the J-i'.
looking "Xever
up a darkey's peck: all :but specialists, as are thosein .-Gaz3tteNews.Mr. Fail" Fevr Cure, I *\i- ffi I character is also more solid ingredient of '\ .'s' ."

c. r and after takingthe first bottle l l 11l1:! type of manhood. If a necessary to a tree .: ..
every other Davis ..... a.J man has these both .;
department of is to sound on the .7.i and also has the good w /
I was greatly: improved. l : \ sense to dress well
I 1
life. took a'11 I he will find
.. silver question to suit the 4 ;.W/ ""tF..I the "latchstring out" for him :
A s'lf
POWEKrOZ. 4tHJ. .. I two bottles and have: never had \ :all over the world.
:Formerly] siicrcess to thosevlio constituted party bosses. The! the f 7) If t.-
Every laboring man is against I Tribune fever since.-W B. HAY-J.II I i > :: : FOR REALLY CORRECT DRESS
t
trust or should \ did many things tolerably ; wishes to see Mr. Day :ri:?, ::Starkf. Fl be, and the is, returned] b-ll Style! Fit, Finish, and Gentle a
nov to him who does to congress, :md sowvuuumjLt t fiie St.trke Drug 'f .. ':' \:: ? \ !manly effect, should
people] all over the country are one thing Compnay. II!I -r:" ,..,::,. 1.\\1 fl' \.\ \ tug of you order your tailor _
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best. +m mm, > CTc ro CTnBauaoO3.. _. I ..,\ :
Despite his --- -- .
preparing to t struggles, -- --- --'---- .. .. ... o!; f.E: M. BG .,
pIt -' S
up a vigorous r. .N&GG.: '
.
I the farmer is th: ,"tLal rn: .:m'v 'Wj ttZ&2 Z-2&Z I ;: f. 'Ai-3," :. ,! : .
finding that : .
fight against these combinations the &tttttt&iS&tt&3tt&: &* r __ The Great Chicago A-crcbact """ '.}.
I
which are ruining: the. I j labor of production absorbs 3J11n A 'r.a THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.'S I .tt IJ.J- ;ft.'-j',,, :,,, _, ...".. Trade.Por over 20 Years the Leaders In the Tailors! Custom ': '

prosperity !i his energies.... more and PlA ,a JLR th I Descriptive: "aid (!L f t ..\1' 7'1-- 7.- for less You can get a "CORN" Suit or Overcoat t
of the United' \ States. The f! more to ,. '., !1 ; ... str2ted Catalogue: fr () .t ,. ::I--v.! _:,.i;rJJY': ;I goods and mon tailoring.FlS'y than. 1$ uscaily paid for Inferior ,

.- : the exclusion! of that effort at : .ZI....... A -: -T Us- & r; "-" .,zrs FIT .1.XD ISHCA a I'V.
-d!! GU..nA.1\iTEED.
,t111it111:1 .Iuitrllalttavs: : I I ;y 1 t WS: :.t to Plant and Tlotr 1 "T11n. <<."" .... ....
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distribution which is becoming s 11D IK; : ItlJ{ i. kette Great to flrorr and Tiar- g' Sanpr. to 8....._ f

'The traY'Iitg i ;. ;lesmen! of |I! ;5 r'a ty 7 ti I g.
a distinct .JAoneY Making Pra-ta' of .. & GJJASSo"
the United branch and] the linger i lr the 5octb I
Statt5s
( :constitute .y G D :
lan e and avery establishments are the first i ii "'.. Ht -h..GI"d Tre. r'nt.I",'Pf'nbe_ ..... c..r., ..Pearn.. "L" _Plnmj._ ,.___ Persimmon. tj., I & ALDERMAN.7 .a
influential -
de- J, ; ; -- V/alii n-I'C.H1 '! ''' '''.15qtn.tanl101her.
,1.70 Tnfoli3t -
ment. Tlwv ;a m indispensable j i i to recognize the division. 7 Lo't\' P-l-cs, ta rntjU Tfps rf- Ro&fs and : St.lc. On.aIi; LrCff!)()
: I _,,, etery thing for the tit I Says: ?!o. PoiTt
gicre 'rcbatdor: i Tobacco Ir
__ gll'de.l. Addlea Spit and Sn
I \Yt.// : ; e;:: Ca.'cnrcts awls Cathartic, "
the
learned o'
just before it : most won T
O.A. 3 "37 Of = was sr. ...CATALOiUE mE!!... n tiCufiil! nittliccii 1 U-,co'' cry of the co easily sat foroTcr,te .
2 r.n ? < wa .
2.2:-A... t h !aft nfl I GET: p't-3 'etic. rail .. ,
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Bears to Kid!: fey!'' P.ttsr, Bavgtt? lute. that there was. a profit! in .' : .mg bfb.{ t0.7 I { aii-1 i rios-tivcly:: refrshinf on Uj-inoj-s.;to tLe liver J.-uie( act t'c1J.1: :Uc. the wonder-worker orate nerve,and"ttiat vigor nakei take Kc-Tc I .. .
mid liotrJra weak
Bgll: tn:, alt -'/# 7 j ownge-s, sold at the g Sar .ra Uttd Test Craaars at- .:lOCI POMONA NURSERiES, 1 t I :'.*:'!:! the enure i 4 !Hnn. "lA/fI/ Cld!*)' .troc;. All truegists: ,We or 11. Cure' met .':.C'.
.t groves, -{ Ct.p h ;\J I: (spry, Ilat.itu\l : cJ Booklet: ant G'lJaru:0:.
;; Z | : sample 'ree. .
t-f \vliil2/ : to ship was to take .: .... MaccJcnay: : Fla. J-Ck3OnViiIe, r.., 6.. ':111-'1! :hi *"I" :=:'- "--.T."< Plo i >, h.y anti nmrt.il'\tiol J" 'c.ttrill: ? IcemeUy Ca, Chicago cr New'ork.; :J. .:?;

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! """ / LOSS BY FIRE. SCAR FC R A TEXT. MEDICAL. rTIOYISrOXHAY: GRAIN, ETC.
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:h It Has Lean Very Mach Kciccod ty tin- &a Incident In the Kcyhoofl' cf ilcjo
Ectie.wcrth.Conamissicner THE C. B. ROGERS CO.
I :.r rrond 2Ietbo!a of riglitias : :'c.Mr. ,.
Charles T. Hill, the artist: of Patents Butter- t l u.rs LP: XSWaF .l.H.: -"" :: .J1!

l',.\: who has been writing 'a" series of papers worth! carries': a loug b-car on the first IMPJRTERS! AND WHOLESALEJACKSONVILLE. cr.CCEfS.:

; for 81. Nicholas en the New Engcr of his left hand which recalls FLORIDA.

1: York fire department, has a finalpaper :an interesting story of his juvenile
j' Provisions Grain Hay Flcrar:: Grits Meal Etc.
on 'The Fire ralrcl. ilr.Eill career.Nome years before the war ,

: young; Ben Eutterworth, the son of SOLE AGENTS FOR Qur business confined to: the '
:".k:; The says amual: : Ices by fire in tho r. good Quaker;: who} was an uucompiGirjiiing Fairfcaak( Canning: Co. Lion Brand trade only. Orders from consumers -'- <;0,
abolitionist neither solicited nor do- ;
was goingto
I' ,
to $100,000-
United States amounts Caused Meats. sired.
school Jn southern Ohio. That ,. .::.,
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1 d i 000 and fully one-half of this less l3 ..
used in extinguishing part of Ohio was one of the hottest
caused by the vrater !
the fires. Before the in battlefields for the abolition of human The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been Quotations iladePronlpllyOllApplcatioll.ID.

While there were no in for 30 has borne the signature of
troduction, in 1872, of controlling or slavery. use over years, .
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shut 'oil cozzlcs used on fie firo slaves there, it was only necessaryto __ and has been made- tinder his pcr- ;--- "'- .......... ... ----'" .r .
f7sonal supervision since its infancy.
--
t'.rict's the southern border to
hose the percentage! of lops by water go ,
:
deceive in this.
to
J Allow no one you
least two find plenty of them in Kentucky and
was even greater-at Virginia. The prevailing sentimentwas ; All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Experiments U. MINER.

C, thirds of the total loss. Previous to aveifce; to the doctrines of the that trifle with and endanger the health of
the introduction of this much i>?.cd- Experiment.
Infants and Children-Experience against
abolitionists, and the: father of Ben
I ed device there was:: used what was STARKE FLA.
Buttcltvorth was looked upon as a 'fJ'V
1 known as an "open pipe, a plain
element in the community What is CASTORIACastoria
h dangerous:
open nozzle, with no contrivance forthtatting i AND
l ft ATCHMAEEE JEWELER
off the water. When it standing up as }1e did on all oc 1i
I casioMS in condemnation: of the iustirution 13 a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops

was necessary! to shut oil, the order I of slavery. Ho was one "i and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It JO IIi1'S BBIUK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R. U.
had to bo passed:: to the engineer, I
those fctmdy Quakers who adhmed contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

eonietimos fire and unless a long the distance nozzle could from the Lo to the "thee" and "thou" of the pa substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms Best Assortment Watches, (Ms and Jewelry in the City

itlrd.s as forms of t-'peech: ittuhiniielf and allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind i
thrust from a convenient window 'Jpe-ij5l l and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing. Charges to suif-
Constipationand
dl
I x the water destruction would go pouring in all direc out, simple gaib of the sect:: to which lit- Flatulency.; It assimilates tho Food, regulates the the stringency of the times.DM .

spreading bslonged. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
tions. In Email fires, especially iu Gold bought or taken in exchange.
Tho Mother's Friend.
little
V.'bile it is not likely that The Children's Panacea-
"up stairs" fires in private dwellings --.",
Ben::! Butterworth at the ttuder v:
or in business houses stocked
with perishable goods, such as feathers of 10 had any vets prouount- c NUN= CASTOR A ALWAYS -- --- .
views on the question of slavery, I I.,
tho ___
silks
unnecessary
etc.
l \ came in for his full slime: : of OSIKJcisin Bears the Signature of J
destruction! of property was very ..... ?
and that lufuther'u "
lociallCl'Secl1tioll; I
1?"' .a n .
t.Toclny. -
grca .
doctrines stirred : "' '.
up. r;
fires! are fought much S
It }happened that one day intchool; : t
more scientifically and with a great ;
J4&
young Ben in a thoughtle s muneri
deal more system: than wore those / U4{ F
of juvenile restlessness placed hi.- i
,
of 10 or 20 years ago, and( officers in v
f hand on the back of tho seat imimdiattly I r
a command ot engine companies are in flout: cf him Thinr.: i I try
usually very careful not to nte any The Kind You fee Bought
Always
more water than is absolutely! neceseary. pant' of that scat" had no use loi ; 1 CURE CONSTIPATION
"nigger lover, as the aolititmi.bwero }
x
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dubbed in that days and htgave .
,; Nearly everyjaose wagon in tho In Use For Over 30 Years.
a sweeping duttli; with his judknife \:
New York firo department today THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY BTREtT. NEW YORK CITY. JOe ALL
in Ben's direction, cutting i a R'l-
;;; <:( gtea : J
sizes of Lose the
r; carries three -- reg '
long gash, which: i is father to tht ::2Sc SOt DRUGGISTSvs..
elation size, 2>f inches, used at. all
I scar the commissioner: now \bears
fires 3 inches (known as
ordinary
;
!1'1'd I "third alarm hors." and only used I Young; Ben gave such a yell as u _" __.... _____ ".. 'J! _c _n__ ..
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boy of his age and healthy lung; I
tires of considerable magnitude), THE:
I at might be expected: to emit under the The ;!;; and a small Lose curried on a reelunder
, tho wagon. This hose is 1}' circumstances: but while the teach Here is iho latest \vtsion of ThtKudta Company, of At-
er and t'cholar'CIO: eager to i-ee KEYYORK WORLD
Inches in diamater and very easy to what tho trouble was:;, there was:; lit t the Stfi HI Psalm by J. II. ,I. j intho I !.-'lIta. aiv curing cases of "'fe- \ ,

handle, :and, on account of tho ease tie evidence that it was gcneiaUy: :Mc.Minnviilp\ !:liid: rd : male trouble" after prominent THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.Tho .
with which number of lengthsof -
any
it can be carried about, it is that condemned. The httlo abolitionisthad I The poSiiieuu i it ty.h: ,-' I doctors have pronounced suchcrimes I
got what he deceived in thrapinion
oftencst used! at small fires iu dwelling of many, and so strong was herd ; shall ii--t :: "incurable: ) ," or have saidi Ptrikeiug and important event*

houses: officti buildings and Hate.With the feeling against him the teacherdeclined thi'.g' : flu. "" -- '- <"'i! :. '. -i\ \\ \in\\ be compelled to have ".f the last year have established the
controlling nozzlo on the of Tirn TiinicE-
value
a
to punish! the boy \''LI' I" fact ovcrwnehniug
Tit I-' t not'; 15 a (
'" end, the fireman can dash::; up several math use of his jackknife. I I A-WEKK WOULD to every: reader. Fur

' flights of staira and into a bedroom Years after that incident foun' for Liiv ';"5- i. '-. -.- Nuviia Treatment for I li.. ,I .k. an almost nominal sum It has kept it tHiibfcribers t-t
F' fire informed the >"
or closet and extinguish a small ; such. It t a progri
Ben Butterworth and the boy who poql kt t'l i MUVS cases.
before it has tiae: to spread, using I my of ill our wars and, moreover, Im..lt.-
!had( cut him working; I tide: by side and
: : i Tumors I Foreign
of
thewater: only where it absolutely: 1 I my ghiss "c-: I. 'i ported them as promptly and fullyas
in politics, both stanch:! Republicans: I :
Dee ed. To drag the regulatiouhiza 1 i lItI I :. pr.. : < '. ;, rtnvs Granulation, if it were a daily. With our interests -
the user cf the jackknife as uiA-oni
-weighs about SO pounds to the I promisingly or-pot-ed to the institution I 1reWt. .: ltdl'.Mia'iun: of rlnj I still extending throughout th-
and around winding I world, with our operating ilk
t length-up i of slavery as was the victim ot .. prtit-.s ,nd all dis-i troops
: ; i :; :: '
nient.the I:. -
'_ etc. would talo much : and the great PreI-
ti stairways, its sharp blde. The incident of tfcn : -s the I'hilippinrs
t anti a lire time '. oJ!' ;: too .t hand, Ii..-
longer perhaps give cutting was recalled. Y\'h. Iii'r'tl: : .. deutial campaign, :
to get just beyond the point of easy \'' > ir i>ook and 1 200 TASTELESS value i is further Inerensetl.
"Do you know, said Mr. Buti- 1)1!d! ? !l.i! !t. Ziteal' i nr.- <; Ittt';

control; besides, when tho water is is worth to his youthful foe, but iifriend \' .. r..1' i 1'1: P". .,.. .... .. ; p \ .".,,, 'I,, I I .\ .dp, .-.,: {.:.':.uhda. :itlHl (they.r E.t'- .;( Ftp :: The motto: of THE T11IucE.tW'if'olLn it
finally started, a great deal more I i I : is improvement. It strive*
used by this hose:; than is necessary, "after :you cut i me I made upI I !'..t t':1: : .. ."I''. ..' rt!.ir? ''':j ,L; T, .---.. .tilt fre(". Give :!. II e-i 'h year to be better than It was iL -
1 would
:;
my mind when 1 grew up ( I J' i'
especially in the case of a small firo. I, lick you. I wonder if 1 ought to ch I strmg1p\\i li.. lo'ni: 1 is*! :ij tilt;*. :,1'1'I ; h":!, y: tL yymi[,toms and Dr. .: ; year before and public confidem-tr
It has been practically demonstrated I w shown the fact that it lie..'
in it Is by
"
I it. Lo. wlf) n 1 JUi--i: Is:; ..'. tTi'iiM (>\"i ; \ TiuVieu: vil! diagnose your ,
that considerable amount of fire i circulate than twice as manypaper
a more
; "I wouldn't be if
can bo extinguished with a small !I could do it, Den," replied surprised: hVs fricl.d.I :you. I office, I'lie kfl .1\'> o; 'i ti- !till{LSurl. "- '.\, !!Ill.! ;,;.i j t'ust. They liivii I I :* everyv ck as any other IH\\: !--

amount water applied effectively, I who: was several years:: his! fervor ,.'.". the t'ti; .; i. s I.--M!1 ;.n! : .,\ 'nAddn"[; :! '.s all letters to I'I :l'p\r:! not a daily, published! in Atncrt. -

and the usa of the small hose had .. '1'1." % vita Cl): ': 400-113( : .
incident .
the I1i'tIlY.
made
But the two men mill" :11 ih l'v-' ADULTS.
led c'v'r & : I-'yc.< : ; < I !S JUST AS GOOD rOH I
done much to reduce tho damage by moral! ( ( : tlwita I I-', Atlantti.Ga. We other this unequaled new81'nl-
a subject: for pointing a jrr.t-: ; Ore.a \ ARnAf TED.: ERIC: 50 cts.
life tuid I-haildu-eU! '!
water at fires in dwellings and flats. and for toleration in regard to the of nsy: cu XV'ien! writing please mention 'I OAI.ATIA.ILLS.,Kov.1C(,1133.Tarls : and FLORIDA WEEKLY: ADVOCATC tather -,-
concluded der the thumb of The poii' !: ir( a.! IlediCltiC Co., ki. I/J its,:Mo. one for 150.: '
Theboth : year
I views of others. I ADVOCATI. i.tntleincnVo t-.Ul hat reiJ" W bottles ofrittlVE'a >
.n Why the Leaves Fall In Autumn. that most of the differences ot forever. ]Xt:t .. TA3TELE .S CHILL !IONIC rnd.have The regular eubscriptian. pricet
---- -- In nil
ex.icruaco
most self I I ( iiuht three gross: alrerdy ti.t!+ veur. c r -
is delicately
The plant a : political opinion are the results of vt 14 ycin. In the area: buslncs Lave 1 the two papers is$2.00.i
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regulating organism. It cannot increase I ------------ -iEP mT ANTED never sold nnflrtiC10tnltgav; : sued uaivorsal:.tlau.cUJn -
different training and different degrees 13rt4Xc'ccc3 Yours: tniy! ,
the water supply, but it may O J\ S T c:::> :A: ...a. 133 m. Tiatelton Qc.,'t Cir t Ojrriss! Tiwsclcs tii \ A U\EY.CAnn &CG
and does decrease the evaporating I of information and moral perception. I Bear the m i Yap Ha'8:' AI''a"S! EaJ'J"hl g! ;\ \ 0.7: c:==c:: sciosl eiaeitisa: cceici fr ci;:::cs. & P. RAILROAD
F.{ C.
Only time could determine aH.a ;J3:> tj J2.5fl: :l::ncs mate; :asl locatires of testirs : er-
shedding the Signatureof rf/4.-ji; : .- Tilaith :t FEZ ea rcqwzt
surface by casting or ': W1foraa1n.
who was right. So the boys who ,, .. .. rep't: B, Wl i. D. &
szvsArs
leaven, a reaction which it exhibitsto I I / "' .. :Vwrt: !::':VL \ A TTENTIDNISCALLED Arrival and Departure of Trains atStarte.

Like wcie enemies, as men became I __ -... --- ______-_., __.___.7DZ..T -'"
other conditions as well. : -----. =-r ------ '
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--- effect
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friends, and there are: no better ------ -- --- Schedule; in ,

docs the true not seaman shorten however sail by, the cutting plant I friends tOll Star.Principles than. they today.Washing Two For One I To[ theprepared fact that we are now !I 0, South bound, leaves Stark:

away its canvas, but, by a deliberate: I i 10:59 a. m., for Waldo. Gainesvill. ?

timed series of of Modern Newspaper Making.! to do first class Job Cedar Key, Ocala, Tampa Orlandi>
and well processes
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withdraws all of the substances The theory which underlies the c OCO'.c and all South Florida points.

from tho leaf which may bo useful methods of conducting the business Work, having received new No. 10, North bound leave Starkr

to it back into its body before it discards i especially, though} not exclusively B, H.ci:11 Arran;.ssit'iit we; ofei'FA.RM Machinery, Type, Etc. 2 :15 p.m., for Feruandina Jacksonville

the empty sheets cf cells and at the beginning of an enterpriseis Lake City, Tallahassee: Penii.-

woody fibers of the petiole and lam that most people buy a news cola! aud all points North.

in:.. paper for a sensation, and the reward -I II HOME AND OUR PRICES No. 13, South bound, leaves: Star!

Tho reduction of the water sup for gratifying this demand id 007 for Waldo, Ocala, Wildwood.

ply and the beginning of the processes I advertisement, which increases cir- 5ii cosni Initsosi tvitte our poprr for We make as low as possiblein Tampa, Leeeburg Tavares, Orlando
.
leading: to defoliation occur along i ctilaticu.: When man opens his :and ail! point South.
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time before the temperature of I paper on his way down town after order to snit the times :No. 14, North bound,leaves Btark-

tho air i is> depressed to the freezing i breakfast or on his> way home after ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH, 5 -tom.: ., for Baldwin, Jacksonville,

point or the formation of frost The i a day's work, he wants a surprise- OUR / Lnke: City, Tallahassee, Pen acola.

influence of low temperatures upon fchocks: laughter, tears. If it were Being +dJt> }pr.r.-. (id! I hiADVOCAT K al-mj. That is, for all new YORKi New Orleans and all Northern POlllt..
illustrated the manner think about that he address
the plant is by: something to For information ,
in which leaves of tobacco and wanted the best commodity to oiici 0: olu :ul'jM-ribeis: I ieiif\\'in i.nd paying; in advance, we sendHome Will be first class in every J. L. BURROUGHS,

melon plants blacken and die a:3 the for sale might be editorials, essays : Agent, Starke: Fli.

result: of cool nights before the occurrence I and important facts. But the commercial respect. A trial will convinceyou A. O. MACDO ELL, G. P. A.,

of frost. These plantstranspire I journalist,_ after studying and Farm of this fact.DOFT 202 West Bay Street,
a relatively large amount I end testing his market, is convinced I Jacksonville, Florida.

of water from tho broad leaves, and II that his customers prefer something '

f if tho temperature of the soil descends to talk about. There are tome who SENDr "

to 40 degrees F. the roots!: \ do not, but they are quickly disposed ONE YEAR FREE.

are unable to take up the necessary of.4'"What. Your work away from home Skin Diseases.
supply of water, and the leaves ore good dees it do me." saida 4

literally dried out, though they are successful manager, "to send a HOME AND FARM has for many years been the agricultural when you can get it done with For the speedy and permanent cure of .

incorrectly described as frozen or man eft in a day dreamt I might as I, journal of the south and :southwest: made by farmers for farmers tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham

frosted by .gardeners.-D. T. :MacDousal well put him to sleep. What I wantis ; Its.. Home Department: and its Dairy Department. are neatness and dispatch right berlain's without an Eye equal.and It Skin relieves Ointment the itch Is
er's Magazine. who likes to talk and
in IIal1> tho reader ,
and
t brighter-and better than ever. Renew and get this great journal ing and smarting almost instantly
then Grant to set him talking, to its continued Uie effects a permanentcure.
;ir**** Language of the Future. make him turn to the next man and hereWRITE It also cures itch barber's itch

.. 1 A writer in a leading magazine ask him if he has read&oniethingvin OR CALLfor scald head sore nipples itching piles,
has made the prophecy that in 300 my paper. That advertises.the.pa FREE chapped hands chronic sore eyes and
lids.
years from now the worlJ will know per? ana eells it, \vhicli is the.thing 1 our prices. granulated

only three languages-English, Rug. am after. I have no mission! ,.you Dr. ('ail 's Condition Ponders for

man and Chinese.:; .The English language know."-J. LincolnSteffens' is ADVOCATE PUB. CO. horses are the best tonic. blood purifier

tr will be spoken all over North Bcribnsr's. 1 THE FLORIDA INDEX andvermifu e. Price 25 cecta. Sold byTITaNTEDSEVERal

and South America, in Australia, I

New'Zeatand end theislands The Depth of Koowl6dre. Hemmingway Building, TRUSTWORTHY
Africa
India .
,,. "-iW"k. _re i\v, '- i'ver democratic newspaper:
i itl
lv business
and the Pacific "He knomuch that knajvs 1; ; t II I. YY r persons In ttU state to manage oar -
of Australia ij-lu-d' w.., k til L..Et: : Cs! y, noril1"I In it !ill" uh'ic' qn s-tioun! of theca Florida. in tbelr own and nearby coonUea. Ill
pub y Starke conducted ai borne. Sal-
Tho Russian tongue will have con- enough to know that he knows mainly office work
\ are fa r\! di: l'U.-.Jl'U. 11 lll.. .. ,'y'tr ,- i.Uirny. a f. AJtlrel: ary straight$M<>a year and eiiwnses-deflnlte
quered all Europe except Great Brit- nothing. bonatitie, no wore no lew salary. I loathlyS75.

ain and all Asia except India Chine I "True, but he knows more that I JKO. M.: rU DWELL. P(tlI lIe }leI.I ,' To Care Couatip:&tluii forever. stamped. nefereucei.envelope Herbert Enclose E.SMS, Hess Mw cress Ptut..
>:e wJU.hold sway over the rest of knows enough to look as if he kDI ; {'wHcerrthitg !I x ..." ieCcaret3Candv'ltbartia tOe or 25c. Iltpt. M. Cbicago. Mention ADYOCATU whit
I ... ,- '., 'f" :.- C.Jail cure Urui:; ist. refund money 1f ri tin!;.
$ wortl: I --Brooklyn Ute I" ,-,.-...-.. '-- '" 7 to ; ;:; '-
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: LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Good Musical Talent. : .r _ ._
18 5i5'25252 Q Mrs. C. L. Peek visited in i :

The Bartow Courier-Infor Iml t 1 PERSONAL LaCrosse- last week. A. B. CAMPBELL
ITEMS OF INTEREST iH CONDENSED FORM mant publishes the following NOTES. PIANOS .

-LOCAL, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. complimentary) ; notices in regardto 11[D;] D: F. M. Prewitt made a business Jacksonville, Florida. s

We :Miss .3. E. Sweat's music Mr. Bad Crews trip to LaCrosse Friday. Old Reliable "Estny! 76
are enjoying much cooler ot 'New River ,
class at that Mr. Fred Scott paid the ADVOCATE
nights place. The many ,, was in the city Tuesday. OEM I Whitney, llinze,
friends of. Hiss: Sweat in this a pleasant call Monday. KI IBtLL. Biggest

-' TArmour:;. Hams and silver leaf city will be glad to hear of her Jack Moore has accepted a position Deputy A. A. Burden, of value on earth.

,.."" lard afWh te's. "': success : with James Crawford.Mr. Hampton wis in the city Friday. Easy Terms. Low Prices. All kinds SMALL\ INSTRUMENTSand \
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;; ; J. M. Alvarez is having the The recital given by Miss S. Harvin and wife, of Melrose Mr. W. E. Davis made a businesstrip Trimmings. 'Send for free catalogues and

roof of his store tarred. E. Sweat at the Library Hall 1 1 were in Starke Monday. to Lawtey Saturday. full information.

Just received a choice lot of last Friday night was a rare Col. C. L. Peek made a business bi r. R. A. Turner, of Jacksonville t

select candies at White's. treat, and was enjoyed by avery trip to Jacksonville Mon ,was in Starke Saturday.

The City Council met in regular large number of music lovd I I I Miss Ethel Hackett is visiting GROCERIES =;. o'o'I

session Tuesday night. ing people-more by far thancould Rev. Hugh Morris, of Waldo, friends in Lake Butler this. ,

The dog tax meets with find seats inside the hall. was visiting in this city this week. I have opened up a new store and have a full
general Dr.
Likins
approval and so does ourgoods. Bowers kindly and assisted Miss Lyda Miss week. Mrs. Chas. Weeks, of Jacksonville and complete line of the best and freshest

# Morgan Bros. Mr. Bud Sullivan, of Theresa is visiting relatives in

Sweat, and their parts of the thb
*.FOR was in the county seat city. GROCERIES
L CIGARS
BALE.-10,000 strawbery program were also greatly en B Turner -AND TOBACCO
of
Monday. urry Lake Butler
,
.
... plants for sale. Apply to; joyed.
Hans Austin Master Oscar was visiting relatives in the In the city. Call and examine
Starke, Fla. Miss Sweat has a remarkable Alvarez is the city last week. my line.

The young people of this city perfect and pleasing touch anda I happy possessor of a handsome Next to C. M. Sparkman
Messrs. Fred
enjoyed a delightful dance at wonderful memory, as was new, bicycle. Scott and HerSteinmeyer y &GVs. Starke, Fla. . James Crawford
attended
the Armory Friday evening. indicated by the execution of Mr. Walter Peterson has returned Hampton church 1
Sunday.
this varied and difficult program from a trip to Green
Services will atCASH
be held
at the Miss Ouida
xethodistchurch without refernce to the Cove Springs. Tennant has a cr TALKS !
Sunday morning notes. As an accompanist, she cepted a position with The ti
and evening by Mr. G. F. Rev. W. H. Steinmeyer will B. Haynes Company.

Scott. certainly of Barrow excels, and the people fill his regular appointment at Messers. SO DOES 1 A PHONOGRAPH
have reason to Darby and Percy ,

Cotton is coming in at a I' congratulate themselves because Sampson Sunday. Gaskins left Sunday for New;! TO SAY NOTHING OF A WOMAN.

rapid rate, and before many of the advent of one so skilled Mr. R. F. Ensey, of EgmoutKey York City on a business trip. Our Goods talk for themselves. If you buy yon WILL TALK to

days the gins will be running in the devise art. was visiting relatives in Mr. Thos. M. Williams, one your friends about the extremely low prices at which
wears
steady. Editor the city this week. of Hampton's most prominentcitiz selling goods._ In Remembering the Maine remember

g''$: Mr. Jim Crawford has openedTip fyeen exhibited C.-I.-There in Bortow has never so Air W. H. Corpew, one ofMelrose' ns, was in the.city Friday.Miss that we are still at the same old stand selling Books,

a grocery store in the building much interest in musical prominent citizens, was Eva Dixon entertained a Music, Musical Instruments, School 8upp1 m es.
matters
If' formerly occupied by O. A. as during, the mst season.- in this city yesterday.Mr. Jar few New of her Commercial friends- oftlto--- ---. nrmn' lJ _- stationery, JK-IC., Jtc. The lack 01 space- I

Knight. and if it continues- for- the next,I E. P. Duncan is having evening. Monday prevents us from saying more, but come "
and be
A man before the Mayor is there will be little reason for the large barn on his lot on Miss\ Maude\ Steinmeyer convinced.Morgan .
en-
in a ticklish position. We sell our people going to Jackson- Walnut street torn down. tertained a number of her Brothers

9" musical goods of all kind. Morgan ville or Tampa in search of Prof. Hercules has returned friends at her home Tuesday ..,

Bros. fine music. One of our musi- home from New River, where evening. ,

Our streets were crowded cal ladies who has contributedso he has been teaching school.Mrs. Mrs. 0. C. Husband, of Melrose \ STARKE. FLA.

last Saturday, and consequently much to the many successful J. R. Martin, formerly, of I visited her parents, Mr.\ -.ACIn- __-_ ._L._._ -- ___ __
events of the last two seasons and Mrs. L. D. Wall, in this r--1'
our ,
merchants enjoyed a intends this place, but now of Arcadia, city, this week.
on her return
from
good trade. north the i is visiting friends in this city. :Miss Nita
;
organizing a vocal quar- Gardiner, a charm-i STATIONERY !
A
few couples were pleasantly tet with orchestra accompaniment. Mr. Rob Weeks is serving, ing young lady of Macon, Ga.,

entertained at the residence of Miss Elizabeth Sweat cool drinks behind the counterin is visiting her sister, Mrs.\ W.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Scoot the new pianist, received the Starke Drug Company. H. Anthony, in this city.
"- Monday evening. a Messrs. School Books New and Second-Hand.
hearty welcome at the library Miss Mattie Johnson, of f Frank Burnsed and ,

Don't fail to notice the change hall on Friday evening last. It Hampton, visited miss Ouida John who Wills were among those Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers

in the advertisement of The W. is seldom we hear such fine Tennant in this city last week. i I New attended River long the picnic at the Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A good
13. Haynes inuisc! bridge Friday.Mr. Ink Tablet three
Company on the as was rendered on that for five cents.
Rev.
:first page of to-day's paper. occasion. Miss Sweat's Wm. F. Malphurs J. G. Alvarez and Mrs.\ This is< not the place where they do a CREDIT Business and malt "
per preached at Mt. Zion Mary Weeks CASH Customers
formance Baptist returned Tuesday pay the difference. -
A few couples from this city on the piano was unusually church, near Baldwin night; from New -
Sunday. York
brilliant. where: - If her -
enjoyed a fish fry at Sampson reception they have been parch asing the Bicycles JEB-
lake may be taken: County Judge J. R. Richard,
last as a criterion Fall and '
Friday Winter J7te
stock WTieel
evening, and of Lake of goods That Stands up"
report having Miss Sweat's:: success is as Butler, was transacting for Mr. Alvarez' large Crescent Juvenile, $25.00. Lndies'
a most enjoyable store. I or Gents' best Ch.._in l.Vh.. t
lime. sured. Lovers of line business at the court hnna.. ..,... ----- --- -- &AVV
music_ -- -- -- 35.00.. Uhainless
n this ------ $60.00. All 99) Models.

The large store of J. G. AlTarez may with therefore look forward week. Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head 835. '
pleasure to a rare treat Mr. N. B. Hull left Tuesday ,
on the corner of Call All kinds of Musical Goods, Strings Etc.
and the coming winter. P. for New York We make the price.
Walnut City, where he a:4' U ..
eirreets, is being repainted goes to select his stock of .,tom, s.. F ti Don't forget the name nor the place.N. '

which adds much to the $5O.OO. Notice. S5O.OO. Xmas B.
goods. HULL Postofflce
:lPllear 0 Building.C
\noo of the building.A I will i .
pay
l any person or
per- Mr. John Hull, of Jacksonville -t th ........ ..
sons 50.00: : -
moonlight night, the front. (fifty dollars) to : =
was visiting his d ?r QOI l
porch, a girl and I locate Nick parents, ,
a guitar makes Joyner for
me. I M.
Mr. and Mrs L. C. J SPARKMAN
Hull &
n pretty picture.) The guitar will make the arrest.S. of this f CO
city this
week.
makes a L pretty sound B. DENMARK,
if it is -DEALERS IN-
purchased from Morgan\ Sheriff Bradford Co., Miss Ethel Stornbnrg entertained 1x1.Dc MAR.

Rev. Hugh Morris Bros. 829-99.!) !)! Florida. a few of her friends at THE NEW SEED LAW. HIGH GRADE 1 WHISKIES.
of "
Waldo
filled the Presbyterian, Do not fail to have good herhome on Pennsylvania ave- Approved May 19! ISm:), makes it i Rye Whiskey, $2 to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to 52.60
pulpit nue last unlawful for any person to tell or of- Rum, i2 to $2.50 per gallon. per gallon
bread. evening. pple
Sunday Get flower fer for Brandy. J2.50 to $3 per gallon..: ] Peach
morning, and Union your at pile; any Garden, Melon] or Brandy, $2.50 to $3 per gallon White Waal
whltesSCOTT'S Mr. J. S. Vwnnh.ptlN Set'd, I }) Whiskey, 12.50 per gallon..
services Griner I l1nlel5
were held one of flip sam urn rompt attention paid tg all orGera
by him at ------- ----
the Methodist\ .1 .-BrooKlyn successful farmers in packages' ;: bearing on the outside in
church ,
Sunday plain letters a guarantee certificate of JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
evening. was attending to business in
when.
where and
by whom the
seeds
Before i this city last week. were grown. C. M. SPARKMAN & CO.. Starke Ha. .
buying a Piano ;
Organ Penalty not less than I 25, nor more
or_ anything in the musical Miss Gena Millon, who hasbeen than $100 fine.

line, write or call on Ludden & I visiting relatives in this: J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman, Ocala, J.
Bates' Soiifhern Music\ ITonsn. \ EMUlSION city left tot her home in Fla., sells ?eeda l uuder his trade mailc:: F. P. McMurryDEALER
above
:'9) East as bearing the certificate IC-
Bay Street Jackson Massachusetts this morning. quired by law besides ;,
; all
_ __ ville! Florida. I : seeds are IHT-
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OF tested and the
COD-LIVER Mrs. certificate bears
OIL WITH' McCormick left Saturday d-ate .

Ills Notice issue the advertisement in HYPOPHOSPIDTESI I; ; for home Yaldosta; aftera tion.of test Send and to|xircentage him for of price germina list.: GROCERIES, FRESH AND PINE.! A NEW

of James Crawford. l pleasant visit with her sister, I. Wholesale nu.t l Retail. LOT OF
He has a full and complete line 'should always be kept in i !,! Mrs. T. R. Sweat, in this city. FINE PICKLES' CAN GOODS, E TL '
of groceries, the house for the fol 1- FRUITS CIGARS
cigars and tobacco j The AND TOBACCO
Mrs. Peoples Market
at prices to suit the times. Call lowing. reasons: Louis Cone, who has: MAELS SERVED
grid see him.Tuesday "FSRST j been spending a few days visit- AT ALL HOURS
J W. A. --- --
Because !if f any member l CROSBY Proprietor.! --- ----- --
Sheriff of the family, has a hard cold itV ing relatives in this city, l...ffj: -- -
Denmark received will cure it.SEOOND .L Friday for her home in I J Dealer! in F 1 Ira
a telegram from Lake I I Tampa. I restAn I! Li Reef, JlDII Bicycles 1
Because ==
if
the children $16i7S .
Butler saying that another are delicate Miss Flossie Corpew, *, of Pork Ham ..0., a. t_ :::
had man i and sickly it will on a I II ti, Sausage Etc: ..u.leU.. ... '''IroquotModel'' _.. .
been make them Melrose' fOr .......
killed "
at that }place. strong and well. I!I most Hiarminirladies ). .w'1nrr i BSSIfiSJffCffWOJMFAriEDSi

The Sheriff went to the scene o fj I JTJffftQ-Because, if the father or:, arrived in r turn! sir.; -,...... '(; 1: :r: I r .al.N10i ..-....av.t.a.cW W'UkIl_.tM..".*..Jleclel....,IYi:..:..-.,=. ...

the tragedy Tuesday afternoon mother thin and Is )losing flesh and becoming terdny, and i is i H viMtinjrilaude \!;...., {It}: Cj; \ i .' >. ..t., rC i ;;, usy wttin it.ad omr kwn.a. .sad..B w s*__. Mad.to..llatseo.1IGe4".u u_. ., I..lit.....
and found that it emaciated,It will build ., UtOQUOI8a'CYCLEac.US.fh..t.. f.at.IS.dls1. .
was -- __ q. :,
a negro them and them Steinmeyer! J ,., ,. a.n.1 b .
up give "MMtj.
who had been killed flesh and ;* .J'i, -. i j.-; ; DESCRIPTOu: I IHIr<> !
ano7her oa..JWelI.toe..a..t-. 0
by : ,
I ,
strength. .____
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negro. The I Miss Stella Knight: a Ih.: : : : WCROSBY w.... .._ .Iab.,.I a..iI.1Ie JPI"II'ft'S aIId e--... ..tri.b. ,,.awe.aN efplk...<, m I"....a-; .."
negro bu. .
and carried was arrested I FOURTH Because it Is the sister \ jStarhjjF'i 1 I, 'P.- _.._ ___..-..awe.--.-.. II.rrGata'....",._. _....._frua......_....._.....&.22.. _U_&ad. _M tit IL_m.,. U IlL..,.............a.-....... ._..... 0
before Jus Mabelvho I li .1-- ..,. ..-.- -...-.- -, v. Wrttw.. G....-...-. .
tice Jones standard remedy in all throat and i -.t ti t ,... --. .''II. t.u... .. UOWB M.N.1tn.-.r .. cuna&Mc.arc......" R6Ce euw etW7......,.... Jr
after hearing! of that place)) and Jung affections. I visitincr Mr. and(1.M J 1 -; ; rtnr: J.. r-':r.;l": _". ::r W.w.A ORDER.asueh.akaa T aN.ypw.U.DA Y u,..,....,t..t o.4..I.4 I.M ti.aa4-WlU".PC.o......arA tecL w.N.rhl hce. .a.,.forthth,.Oor..&.__..1..Iadr..v.........It"-* ...*....',.._... f
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the cass the testimony in I ., No household should be Knight in this city. ]h.rt.? ..* ; ; :t: 0<'- : I J. .,7..HAVE.. t. .... .BICYCLES...... ....'a"..U'Ie.1..t'tir.d.i..e1s11 w. tv::ha.ia..M1..rd.,.d. __.b.t:'
that the Justice decided] It can be taken in without it. day for their home in V UI n... :" ... ._ n...;p..s..i&lee ICz.hN.zVs-:.fa .f..,...MnM4.......",*r....bd.ref.. Wrilaf ir<. shot summer as welt& : <}sit. iLyl: ntHl : .. Blqela flu's to 111. cvIt1lenl.-u. W. .
negro the J.h(; WWI4&D4 in
self-defence other in I as.!.... !In winter. "f0.4- "-0 .u-----' .,. ,. ..an. pertactJ7 wl abr..n rdv to ur b.at.t ka..S.J.tmMr -...-__.
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prisoner was, released.Q.S and therefore. the SCOTT 50'-& BOWNE and..00.,.a-emisu an drun;talS.N
elder of the Live Oak district ? are a few of my prices, : i! ..
i icssea Half -oles '1 ------ .
for Ladi. ,
I -s' shoes.
C.A. attended 23 C ut
? ..., Zr:T'.. 0 If_..a.v"...-. 3jElZ:,;:"AI." ..."" .::.... .. J. i;Rn 11 "'IS'I Rr3edi CUUITo1t.s. Itnrecnrcd Ultetahlt I I the Methodist church confer once at I Half >-ok'a for metis shoes: 30 (to ;0; To PATENT Gud Idea ft'1 : a, II J Z.. #S" and cored Wblckty&t Dome letup Y1U1.J
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I- .. ..:: :; 1l&:1Y thotsae3 j Wednes- coats !' : .. ,
:-.. CJ-.r-" ., -, .t.:.. .* .. rx:7td hope e'iS. L:ter ; aJ..Q. 5.t.) 15 cents. I also I may be secured by .,- a. N '4 oat tle'.4S eta Book: o.

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