The Florida weekly advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086620/00116
 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00116

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Official Directories. ;:Additional-- Local- Wo, have 'sending the ADVOCATE GENERALIIEWSI I[culture to Governmental em- The 'Bartow Courier-Infor

.. to a few people in Starke ply It denounces the spiritthat mant reports the following experience -
Carpenters are now at-work retiovatmgtlf8 _
STATE. ..thaTaro'nbt subscribers so thai
r. is
solely seeking J1ly.out. ** of a Folk. county
establishment of E.
Governor.Win. D. Bloxbam. : for theniselvei FROM HERE THERE AND EVE
they might see : of and :'
.Government'positions farmer
A. C. Potter
Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. Str ng'JwJfhed8 will be moved : RYWHERE. just
H. I what kind of a newspaper we are election machinery <*
Comptroller Reynolds.Tmiurer. into the .:preparing : finished superintending the
J. B. Whitn>ld. 'thq store next-to railroad. !
k" for
twice- only
publishing -we
of Week's Events.
Attorney.Gen ?ml, \Vm. Latnar. The,groceries, and hardware on,the Synopsis a Important to enable, office-holders to keep making up of the cane grown,
dollar After
ComtnbaionerafAgrloulture; L.B. and' *the one year. to-day their' positions. by MrL.. ,N. Pipkin at his
WombjrelL right ., dry goods, etc., on we would be pleased to:have themas Almost Paralyzed. ,
r Superintendent of Public Instruction the left The building next to the regular subscribers to the pa- La. Lucha, in a leading editorial place a few, miles west of this

W. N.SUPREME Sheats. CorjflT. post office will be for rent. Mr. 1 ,paper. Call and have your name Times-Union and Citizen. which appeared, last Saturday city and finds that there,.are .

'" 'Chief\ ttsUe;R. 1'. Taylor.FJo'tVseBiMUto Strong will fuse ,the second story'of snrolled\on! our'books,as- quite a Havana, via Key West, Feb. and has since been re- 570 gallons of fine syjrnp: ..and
a ,
; H. )1 bray, .E B both buildings for a warehouse.In i 2.-Spanish military operations 'criticises two barrels of
produced ingeniously crud/
Car,". ,number> have done during,;th, sugar, .
qtrCOUNTY.. the near ,future a' nice: brick past week: It won't coat you bat i continue almost.paralyzed Captain General Blanco's declaration made from the cane which grew

sf Representatives t Senator, :A., L..Cro4by.D. Wall: and E. sidewalk will be placed in front. of 25 cents for three months, or ?tfor"a the season most favorable at Manzanillo that peace on 1 j-4 acres. of pine laud.. dk:.:

P. Ward. the.establishmentT; ; f year. for movements against the insurgents will be established in Cuba by here is S285.00 W TajcrCoUector' J. C. By rd. .
Tax :Aawftsor,"W. J. Epperson. Gamblers' Arrested. "' Waldo* Happenings. thus being lost. the end of February. at 50 cents a gatt6fcan& rid

Treasurer. E.13. Matthews.ltCourtTCol. For several Sheriff ? I. k. On Friday night the.insurgents Havana Feb. The insur the have $300.00
days Den sugar we ns
Cler r_ f ;ri'. F. ;\ : Mr. W. H. Borton, of Waldo,
.J Week II. -- t markkas been lookout for entered the town of Ar- have of this ''
herlll' S.B.Denmark. ,. 3 on the" has_ ,sold his mercantile. 'establishment : gents, dynamited a passenger the yield small piece of
,.Count)',Surveyor, R. F.Eneey. CLas.>andvAtirtham'M cCI oud,'colored !- at that, place to Messrs. Mc-r-j temisa, Province of Pinar Del train near Guam, Havana ground. Nov if $200 or eveu

tion Superintendent, F. D.Shell. of Public Instruc gentlemen of leisure charged ns &; Boring, andhas, bought the Bio, and plundered several partly destroying the one half that:.amount can bel.: .. ..

.County Judge,J. $. Richard.JiiKttcoof .; with gambling., Ttfursday' afternoon livery stable there. '* '' I stores. The Governor of Pinar engine and derailing the cars.: made per acre off of cane why .

the Peace for District I as the sheriff was strolling Del Rio sent Jules Menez Diaz
A detachment of Spanish in the world is it that out ,
No. 6, Geo.A. Gardiner.OuntyComm i ; Mr. Joseph Winters, of Waldo, ,
: iMioner .Jmljre Turn- down Call street he discovered as an emissary to the insurgent
will soon build a new residence cavalry has been engaged withan farmers are so slow to.. takjsr:
lib. Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blauton, Charlie McCloud standing in front
J.13. Crew. a, D, >V. Clyatt. on a lot that he has purchasednear leader, Perico Diaz, with proposals insurgent force.under Colonel hold of,it? ;-
ed ,
of the. :barroom .and"pla him J
the.Episcopal chnrch, of peace and surrender.The Callaso Havana
-Ct1'Y. under arrest The sheriff also discovered Rosadno To InvestigateTobacco,

.Mayor, A.JM Von Kirn. that Abraham McCloud ,Mr. J. P.. Henry, who operates insurgents hanged him Province. The Spanish reportof Culture;'.". "" "

Clerk. George Gardiner. mill near-Waldo has near a railway with the Qov the ---....
a pine the affair insurgentslost .
Assessor: ,T. W. Sweat. was in thebarroom",. and son had !' says :
Treasurer: E. P. D mean..Msrsltal .' him' in custody. 'The' men cently added a dry kiln to his ernor's letter on his body. seventeeb men killed;!that Times-Union'and Citizens!'
J. P. Benuet gave Washington, Feb. 2. Secretary
Night Police, J- N. Jones bond for their appearance,for trial plant. .\ Monday another attack on four: insurgents were captured, of.he

-Aldermen. F. R..,Morgan, Edward before Justice Gardiner on* Satur- The'ice factory is being put in 'Artemisa was repelled, the insurgents and thatJhe Spaniards had seven Wilson ".Agrieultnr
Mlddleton, J. M.-Truby, N.W. Hack- al Department will leave,:Washington -
ett and J. W. Hicks. day. iliape and will soon. be manvfac- leaving two killed. In men wounded.On :
turing ice Mr. F. N.. Holmes, Santa Clara;Province;already Sunday last at Havana in a week,xir,ten days
Commissioners' .
: Church Directory. formerly of Cedar Key will he the cabled, the insurgents burned and Guanabacoa assistance for a visit ig, the, ,,J3outh, hisobjective.
Copnty Commissioners met ,
Presbyterian, no pastor at present points being. North
of the
?rtyermeeting..every.. .W ue day at Starke Februaf% 1st, 1898. All superintendent factory. immence cane fields. At Veta, was given to 7,511 recon
!jveuimj at 7 o'clock. Sunday, school Miss Lilly Chairoa, of Waldo, besides and South Caro1ilUt.in&Florl-
fields the .
every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock., members, present Hcept Dr. E. A.. burning cane ccntrados. About 3,785 rations jf *fr v '-
has been quite ill this week at tbe da. .
Baptist, Rev. G. T. Leitner, pastor. Todd. insurgents nlacheted seven were distributed. There ., v .
home of her sister :Mrs. Geo. W. :
his iime
Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. Mr. M. N. Blanton was selecteda guerrillas, and wounded a captain reconcentrados in Probably mostt." .
are. 15,000 will be Ih 'the
Prayerniecting every Thurndayeven Davis. spent latter .
lug at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every: chairman; pro trm. The minutes : a lieutenant and five poi and about Havana and Guana State, where Secretary- Wilson'wants # ,.
unday morning at 9:30 o'clock. A Wild for Starke. i
of the Jast meeting were ,read fan lice sergeants
1 bacoa. to look Personally-into- .
tor.Methodist Service, Rev.ever J,'Sunday A. Hefidry, morn-, pas- ,and approved. Yesterday Dr. E., L. Stewart teieived i On Monday night the insurgents S __-r j the question of the raising of:.?

Ing and evenluMyerineetin ev- The petition that was presentedto the following letter from a attacked Caya Jabos, Warlike Preparations.London high-grade tobacco. He believes '

ery Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. the Board at the last meeting friend in New York city : Pinur del the Florida country capable ,
Sunday ncbonl every Sunday morning : Rio but were re Feb. 3.-On incontrovertible
at.,9:3fo'clock.: in regard to opening a new road "Dear Doctor:-I have n peculiar pelled.At aufua the Chinese producing tobacco: almost

,, Episcopal 1, Rer. F. B. Jlolenian. from the Browning plac to New favor to ask of you; one which says if not quite, equal to
clergyman In charge. Services every River station, was laid over until If you will oniy grant will take r. Holquin, Santiago de Gazette asserts that Great that of the finest raised in Cuba

2ucl Dud-4th Sunday a afternoon, 3-30 the next meeting. great burden from my mind:, I Cuba, General Luqne is making Britain's Indian, Australian, and Sumatra -
Sun .
o'crock. Snnd.it.chool'every friend who is in
9 day afternoon at 2 o'fjock. Mr. J. H;,Blair was appointedroad have the eart a Africa.and surveying has, through urgent requests for provisions, and Pacific squadrons have If this opinion is borne out,

Christian, no\pastor at present.Prayermeetlug commissioner for the SecondCommissioner's. the efforts of .cannibal ting, secured as his soldiers are without been ordered to be ill readiness it may 'result in the purchase*,
Ing at 7 o'clpck.Hunday every Wtduesdayeve school District, in' theplacfc'of'Joh'ri a genuine wild man, whom, tions: to reinforce the fleet in China and planting under Governmental -

Sunday morning at 9:30 0'- he' wants to sendto, tha United Private advices supervision of foreign:
every ? DeekleV who' faifedto from Bara waters. It also'says if Russia tobacco seed with view
cloc *- % .of r States. He writes me that he cannot a to
;J .;.. ', qualify. come with the man himself, confirm the report that General 'hoists flags on the forts at Port determining just what' may be

t.: Plt i1sIOfaL DIRECTORY w Bill of Truby Sternburg & Co., but will n.im. up secure and Luque's loss at Mejia was more Art'lur England will hoist her's accomplished under careful

.... .- ,- .. :,!,, 4, i for ft, ,coffin for Hudson Riverswas send him to New York. He wantsme serious than was officially given nt Chusan; and the Japanese cultivation.Mr. ,
L.GASKINS, M.D., to take charge of him until he .
J refused. i himself. Now doctor, out: He lost, not twenty, but deer 1! will ascend Yang-tee-lU- -' -
VPHYSICIAH: AID SURGEOL'STA1Ka .. Warrants were issued and pay- can come F. C. Helbig, a,prominent
124. killed and
you know as well as I do that the wounded.The ang as soon as the river rises.
ment of bills approved: General : druggist. of Lynchbury, Va., says:
FLA. climate is too in this state
,- : severe insurgents under Leader About Russian artilleryand
and, l fund i 7,000 "One of our citizens was cured of
Special 335.32; Pauper, for a man from Central Africa,
Office at Gasltin's,Drag Store, : Jose Miquel Gomez and
/4' surprised cavalrymen qutntities
r $ 04,Fine 'Forfeiture i $ 2.52 ; and, what I want to ask of you is, rheumatism ..two years standing -
A L. SCOTT. M..D., Tutal, $553.S4. can you not find a place to keep two squadrons of cavalry on of stores of arms and ammunition by one bottle' of Chamber-'

4.PHYSICIA5; m SURGEON..... he Board then adjourned this man until summer time? the military trocha near Ciegode have Arrived at Korin, the lain's Pain Balm. The linimentis
J Then I will take him and '
STAR FLA. I thejfirst Tuesday i.i March. Aclia and inflicted considerable capital of the Manchurian Province famous for its cures of rheumatism -
... ... I keep him uutil my friend arrives.If '
Office at Cosldp's Drur-Store. 'I you will do this for me, doctor loss, including a Spanish: of Korin.According ; thousands have been delighted -

L. STEWART, M.D-. DIED. 4 let me know at once, and I will captain. The remainder of the ; to a special Jis"- with the prompt relief
EYE, EAR NOSE AHD THROAT,, Mrs. Susie Brooks- wife._r of r Wm. for be under same.many You obligations will have to to securea you Spanish force made a disorderly patch from Shanghai, published which L. Gaskins.it affords. For sale by J.

STARKE, FLA. Brooks, and daughter of Mr. and strong cage, as my friend informs retreat. to-day, two British warships- :

Office at Starve Drug Co. Mrs.J. R.Alva.-ez, died at the home me that the man is very Mail matter in the Havana entered Port Arthur yesterdayand The Guards had the fire engine

4 POWELL M D., of her parents, in this .city:, on, wild, but not dangerous. He says and postoffice continues to be tam left without anchoring. out last Monday night, and made
't TATE Tuesday morning the 1st inst. The he is nearly seven feet tall pered with. There are eighteen Washington, Feb. The
from the
a remarkably quick run
... HYSICIAH AID SDRGEOH has an immense growth of hair
T '0' funeral service was held at the Alvarez allover his body. You must not extra men on duty opening letters proposed issue of stamps, com- engine house to the well" in frontof

r ". STARKE-, FLA. residence ai 10 o' lac.k be afraid to keep him, for you and reading newspapers memor.:five, of the Omaha ex- Capt R. C. Heibergerff.
Ore* tbirijt: years experience la,DUeue* of Wednesday morning, and interment will have LO trouble with him
Women and Ctlldrem.; office .Stark before delivery. While European position, will not displace the
Prog Company. took place at Crosby cam* whatever, if you keep him caged.If To Our Customers.
.. you accept my terms, doctor, I mail matter gets through regular issues during the periodo
J. O. HAYNES etery. Chamberlain's Cough Remedyis
r DR. .,.. will make it pay you well. Writeme all right, correspondence from the exposition as was the
Mrs. Brooks born in Starke the best have
*- at once. Yours truly, the United States particularlyfrom casa with the Columbian stampsat syrup '
STARKE, FLORIDA. il 1377, and was consequently in Dr.----.,' the time of the Chicago ever used ourselves or in onr

Office at residence-oa South Street. the 21st year of her age. She was D;'. Stewart informs us that he Tampa and Key West, is Worlds Fair. This decisionhas families. \''. H. King, Isaac P.

Theta extracted painlessly by mean of local married to Mr. William Brooks.in tampered with. Letters from been reached by Third As- King and others in this vi.
anahtotlic."All kind. at dental work done at tninks be will accept the terms many
reasonable eoarges. May, ..1895. For many months! and haws the.man sent to Starke., Madrid to the opposition party sistant Postmaster General ciuity, have also pronounced it

'nu.oSt sIIO4.' previous to her demise she. had members are opened. News- Merritt, 'and will be co- the best. AH we want is for peoplo

II Hrittorcej4; Lid ConnseUont t Law, been ill, and while her- death was Correct. papers are held back and,often incided in by Postmaster General to try it'and they will be convinced. -
e Pslatka Advertiser. The officials believe
v' : : pot entirely unexpected news not delivered at all In Gary. Upon honor, there is no
FLA. many
", r; ..., With a climate and soil such :- that no particular benefit will
she had over the dark better that we have ever tried,and
.letters and
tthat' passed valuable
O let.t, ftttdeae oa Cberry Street..Adrcrtlslosg cs is fQuud along the rivers and. cases pa.pets be derived i'i having the one
U river came as a shock to the many on our linesof railroad,end-the fail to reach their desti issue displace the other and we have used many kinds.-R. A.

1 -. > tlate.: relatives. and:friends by whom. she copstantly increasing varlet, of nation, the failure causing confusion and other incon I BLAKE & Sox, General Merchants

\ Ocr"miaTrtising' ritea'wW.be as 1'e&sCIi&bleeolWaten.uh was beloved and who to the last products, nothing is. needed to I severe loss. It is reported that veniences which might result Big Tunnel), Va. Sold by J. L.

a*;. Ueeplnx op'acoodtiewi hoped for her ultimate recovery. insure this. ,'against any will be avoided. Gaskins.
this of
.. ,s paFet'Iits.the'pacposeor the'poblLJier. to system inspection was
The of the angel of deathis serinus loss in the future from
( clean. atirkeUTc, coming mischievous have =
,-1 twae new pper with only prompted by Dr. Jose Congosto Some boys a
:; d out the destruction of Special Notice.
such tiproportlon adTertlsementa as will at all times a sad matter temporary
I wore'ttaX an,1111 be seen'and read,and.none one of ,them the the Secretary General. bad habit of sticking pins in bicyle
othera.. when he takes from among us one any except The offie of the FLORIDA SEJII- '
s burte :beUa3 ioass of f Rake wui tires on the streets. Mr. Fred
be uniform s !wilt; W lo ads.known.on apple: young in years and universally courage industry that char- Great discontent exists among WEEKLY ADVOCATE is now equipped
"* Martin wheel has been
., .eattaa.. T i *r < beloved, as\vas Mrs. Brooks, we acterises nth inhabitants. No the Cubans, as more of them for first-class job printing as it lately

Tbe- ,"S 5Qtivp i committed\ of thBrjidfordjppiittty' a-I >are prone to complain at the state's EbrcJ3 a surer reward for want to be in the Government has never been before. We have :I crippled..iu_this__ manner._
those wild homes
/ 'Sunday-school mysterous dealings of Providence already own empty, and there are not situ added to its equipment in this department Du kleu'a Arnica Salve.
herenarbfittt&f of
ABfeocifltioii!are T retjuosted meet prospects success -
t'" t tiri.} reabjtenan: .Church 'in 1 The bereaved husband, 'land ,, for immigrants from the ations enough for them. The new presses, new type, The Beat Salve in the world for

jllL Stark.
'..:''r Fe Bth.. L. C.'Suzy, sympathy of a host of friAnds. West., Jl_- _. .__ steadily increasing .to any kind of work. We can] Rheum,Fever Sorei,Tetter, Chapped '

4 :i-. :Z* n Chairman.i : Mr. J. W.,Batten, ,a merchantat :The whistle. of a locommotive La Discussion, in its leading: print anything required and guarantee Hands Chilblains, Corns, and

Daft 4 Tot.ea lad teak. *.,T..*-i r'Uft. ;iwmy.To .. Theressa,'has sold his business r can -be heard- 3300 yards, the noisea editorial ,to-day:, cnt,rge* tbe: to turn out.;work that will- all Skiq Eruption,, and'positively
., eetle';quit tan of tobabco We,tertisadtlror essay Dad torCTer take be No-To taat. to Mr. B. F.'4 Clay.- train 3,800 yards, the ivport Cubans with preferring Governmental please the most fastidious and :urea Piles, or no pay required. It

,,, Daci;\he wonder-worker, that makes weak me 0- of a musket 1,800 yards the roll of. offices to agriculture 01 critical of patrons. Don't send' is guaranteed-tagiv*-'perfect sat
tronz.. Aurarngslata. ,'boo or 11.- care ai a a'7<' Just received, a fine pair of shoes!I commerce. ind it points out t els.'where_ for jour,work, but givens bfscttoiS or raonayrffauds3.Prico
teed. Booklet-mad cample tree. did f RmtfCo chksto w hew Yuck for member of the Bradford l that those who are first in civilization ,.
.Ecerliag: .. every \ dinner bell two miles, and u, call an opportunity to show you a5 CtIIt pOo%;' r !'

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U? Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate .I the visit of'the' battleship,Maine GENERAL NEWS. ........ f1l RAILROADS.I5cpairtcre V V 5'

to Havana. Courtesy between CANDY V

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYSAT nations is all right, but it is -- R. B.
,>FLORIDA. about time somethingmorFthan FROM'tj.ERE. THERE !'fD&EVE, tI'V:" .CATKARTiCCURErONSTFATION, .0 ; .
STARKE *; ., ; c. '- .
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Entered at the postofflce ztStsrkeTdrida. .w vexpe' 1.-p .-. ; 1&. '--i I _
as second class: mail matter.i.r ofhiii' itbe \ tites and Synopsis of.a:Weefc'slmporfant. Eients.. f J. :-f f '" "::I I

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ONE DOLLAR YEAR. ; )sentiment. ofheeojlef I the! ;-:' k ,''":,''. jJ;... "'-" : V r' ,,- ."' ,......... -...,
7 for LaCrosse,
"Dnil": 1feiio..1oILf V KO-"T dailr.leaves a. m. tIII.
Rogn a
TEXAS R". HODGES United States demand that she ; v Brinkley and intermediate points. This train .

Gallatin, Teun.,, is, eightjEejet connects with"the,-Or8..- &Pr' a t Sampwo-
AND PROPRIETOR -recognize the 'of the V'V i.Ipc ---
EDITOR triumph Junction for P3J tka.Macon and.intermediate
tall. His feet measure ].8: Ilc1ie; -
of freedom points.
cause in Cuba. I
Reliable information -from in length. : I 25c 50C NO.3 Satur"ays and Sundays ooly. Leaves

.' : .Qthing, 'wpuldgive.,.,greate/t ...J", ,...>,... .,.I .. .:: _. ,.".' '. .,.-, V'V V V BS._! s:30 p.m/fur-LaC1"Se." Brtnklynd Interned
; of Florida .
various portions ; late points,connecting at Sampsoa Junction.for
.satisfaction to our. people, than, ,, << .*
show that the. cold-snap which \ It is stated thafcthe; ,gold} ,product > V : Palatka Macdn and Intermediate"Points.
the recognition j by the United ( NO- 5-second class. Leaves Starke. 4:00 a-m.
prevailed this week has doneno of Mexico forlast."x.. ar for; LaCrosse. Brtnkley and intermediate:

States of, beligerent., ,rights, of was $8,4G2,22G a gain of morethatf ,i', : points. This train:dally except Sunday.NO .
w1 & in .
damage Only. 2arrives-at Starke 12K- p. m.daily.Ma .

very few places was tlieteraper-| so the.speedily Cubans, bring and.nbthing"a termination would( than$8OOOQQoei'1896. iiWmore :Ao 2,000 0. : Wd"1: days: 4.and*1ves Sundays at .tarka only. .,cat;: t.31. p.m. Satur.:.. .

I 82,000,000 1890.
atnre as low as the freezing over VII .. r" : NO. 8- second class. arrlvea'.Starke.5:30 p.
bf .
.".' the war.. ."The.timelorcpurtesies .... 4T:'r:: ,. : .; 1 ..i .* _,,<,!*. m. Daily except Sunday. SV

point. '- .*< ... \ ..** between tliik. government" Two cotton mills at Lawrence, This; paper ,announces, in connection' witfi the 'Atlanta Weekly' V CEOTOMPSETT.Starke..Gen.Fa.Sept *

The weather bureau:has. ,Had' ,and, Spain. 'is. past-or. should._. Mass.,' have.--announced. reduction i Constitutution new:offer in '''Y.hich: etione max Jnve.a. chance ,ARTHUR. V MECSy V Gem Mgr. V

enough to do, to chronicle :the be. -until .the' r--'"' 1..I"-f"* of r.centin : .' to supply the missing,word intIisseh'tezic'e: : JackS -nTrue. :F1a V
.,'latter a.,acknowla *- a .' .n.p" .J. .; wages.. .. ,,' 'i' '. .". ,

blizzards. .,. ,.and,. 'storms. :at the. Re jCubzj. .as 4fre9.id inde jf -,theiI"emplQyes_ : .... .,. '' over... .four' .... \; F. C. & P. SHORTLIHE

Northrfo/: past .few days' ''Ii peldent.nat.. : .J. .. :: .. thousand" in- number.A ..:. : '._ ",;"" .. '1 WF'FIRST IT WXS :CONSIDERED Etr,0 J'I \ :

and has given little attention to I 0_ TYV AS 'A I
the weather "of Florida: "but" Tn. ,the. U.: 'Sf'. !* Senate.. *" on' tIp- terrible 'blizzard prevailedin I : I ; '. NORTH WEST
;; '
: 28th Mr. P iigtflntrodicthe r i New' York on' the 31st with \. i -
nothing'ahirming" has resulted I. ( .,. f **" The sentence is taken_ from a well-known I publication.. .The

from the. 'neglect. following very. sensible. resolution the', coldest weather of the *winter *- i- word is'a'familiar one, and it may readily suggest Itself.TO DEPARTURES' AND ARRIVALS OFTR1IN'ST'ARKEFLA.

1 1I the'thermometer, indicating
: 1' ,

A score: of- persons were I "That':it is "contrary to --th as" ."low, ,.'. '"as' tS;20' degrees't S below. zero.-:.'' : Contest h 198 H ._ .

drowned. and $2,000,000; ; of interest, policy and tradition :of I : Beganian1l--EndsMarch N 0. 10.dallyItaveS '3.05& p. 'm.. 'for an .

damage was done by the storm the people of the United State The :Alvord House, a' five ..- ... _, .. Points North and West' connecting at Jacksonville
with through sleeper1 for New York,
to acquire any territory so sjtur story'brick building, at Glovers
? ;
that swept:over Eastern :Massachusetts Cincinnati and all intermediate i> tn\1
and Rhode' Island ated. ,as. to, require a nayy.tr : ville;-'Nv Y>., -was- 'destroyed by ENTER THIS CONTEST YOU, MUST SUBSCRIBE. FOR. --- NO. 14. leaves 5:17 a.; to. dally: for same
protect jt." : : points named above,-carrylnff through sleePer.
Monday night and Tuesday fire "on Tuesday morning, and Tampa and Intermediate point n New York. .

,As to be;.expected,: ,, the ,resolution six persons perished in the connecting at Jacksonville with- trains from 1 1ASK
morning.' For thirty.six'hours '' JO. Macon,*Atlanta,,ChattanoQsa and all points
and !
\yent: over, theie.wilfcontinue / flames* *' .'' H' "" .' '" .. .,
Boston was entirely cut off north and west; also with trains 'for west
to be time wasfed in 'r Florida,Pensacola. Mobile, New Orleans Tex r
> '. :1 ::- ;;'" -. I
frpm communication with tl\e '" Mexico and California points.
: as.
: discussing annexa'tion i At Barre : "
the ? pro- ,' \STashingtonPonn': ,: 'IN' CONNECTION WITH NO. 13Ie3ves.11::>9 p. n j. with'connection
outside world and the
damage '
t jec!. ., : : .. .: ty, : yt.,1-\yithf a-population; !! : from all points nndd1\'l..Ions. Tbrouga&leeret-
to in "tlf i t city .alone -2 from New York. .. V
property., THE -FLORIDA
4,000 there} have Jjeeu.reported; : ) WEEKLY ADVOCATE N O- 9 leav1O4Sa.m..ith through sleepr
will reach $ Minutes, of tbe- .Bradford.. _.County ,
doOoo.1. er connections from all points north west and
Teachcrs's .Association. 130 k cases. -,of-typhoid fever: and AT THE EXTREMELY V '
: .. 7" all points! in the state. \
170 of, diphtheria) find r' .JLOW PRICE OF $1,50 For the best map of the at3.te., sleeper '.
The first tissue of'the SEMI"WJEEKLY .; The Association- met- .-at-. Vanderbilt cases! i I. otberinformtioncai1oe.wr1teto !:: .'

ADVOCATE -has received school hous, on., Jan 20 q. many deaths,have:occurred ',rIn V connection with'this Clubbing Rate, we.will if you send your D.GREEN Agent. .

numerous compliments? The meeting'was. duly called, \ to _P,' *. '. Criminals.Philadelphia. ."n guess'with. the subscription :price, forward.: all .for';you,and thus N. S. Penntngton T.M. f' 7"Sarkei1a.. f !

from our 'readers. "'We are order by v.( -pres'de'nt J.R.: YIr) n"j: Boy'I ., ,",: : GIVE YOU A CHANCE AT THE HISSING WORD FUND A. O. MacDonell- P.A. ', 'VJL ,
who'called upon Rev. 'L. C. Futch ..Press: Generally V t., V V Jacksonville. FlaT "'.,. .

naturally gratified 'at these expressions to lead in devotional exercfses. ,. '. V V V At,f the end of period covered by this contest The Constitution V pay out : ,.. .'W. ...'
and will endeavor 'to .,. speaking-: good little to the successful party orpartlesVthe full prize -amount thatihas accrued C; ;,"' .1"' '' ;.,
A welcome Vanderbilt I In .the contest. The plan is simple andthese contests have become an
keep the to the warm .. ., boy -is scarcer .--There./are 90000 ,- ; :. '"popular and have been conducted!with such absolute fairness to all that, i' H.TIClffiTS. =
,,paper fullyup. was extended to":the' teachers i1 id'3 -' theyahave been widely'copied after but none. have become equal to, TheConstitution's FOR ,' : :.
V -
> criminals behind the bars great original series_
standard we have set for it... : '
visitors Rev. "L. O. Fntchwhiclf-l "
assess -
will inx this country under thirty .
We jiot be fully content ;
was was appropriately respondedto .
however until the. ADVOCATE years of age, and ;.0O0Qin re ; 1 NEARLY S6.OOO IN CASH '
by Rev. L. W. Kickliter. "- .r <
formntbries ranging frOth 'saven ; --1 1niheseth1ss1ng 'word:contests.; It sets aside 10 per cent ofthe ubsrfption I Ii.VIA
has become' an indispensiblevisitor Miss Lucia. Mcluhis ;:read, ,astrong lund received from subscribers guessing at the ,mUsIng word, and .
the : { ,'seventeen years.Therevare f .,> this fund. given!ta the successful guesser f or' 'guessers In the contest.: ....
in every home in Bradford ppcr upon best o> .; The fund Is distributed! with absolute fairness and the fact that!. The. '
I children' in .the H use.of :. Weekly Constitution hag iFOUE. TITAN150.0W subscribers and that It
county. methods of teachingJanguffge mId more V puts aside 10 per cent from all guessers' pubscriptions .for.this dlstrlbu't -
s ; :* V ttonlundsrhorfs! that the amount to':be"divided at each interval Is large .
its correlative importance to.othei: : Refuge and various reforma? enough ,to be worth striving,for. It .is not a catch-penny or .a deceit
proposition, huttheVi! n *ls and simple and T* ADMlTlEnto J acltson villa
*' open
The Board of Indian Commissioners branches of study tory institutions in; this State"thou tho m.il*.br Hit. Pitst Office Department a ineritorlont contest.,

which is in session The best method of teaching Intermediate there are criminals in onr Ifir Tile tnok from blob the sentence.1 te taken Is depi4ted In ..iafrty vaut ,un<1er Beal.and will be
cp nd nt the elf BC of the >ntrst before? a competent committee! ',which makes the.award alLey an examS .
iiktlon of the V L ..
sUbscription "
i and Advanced geography .1 ..-, "> '
Washington express the J 8.-1. : V.r In one of these contests there was 'only one successful gueeeer. "
was ably l handled 'by Mr. ,. : .,- I ,': ,,r" .who received more than $1OOand( In addition to this in one year $:;,000 AND
: ,
opinion that the-Seminoles n win .. i: ; t .. hag. lw n d stnbuted among successful gu s8Erlt.
W.. II. Brown, principal 'of. the'Nw'River On Trial for Murder... V Remember that whether the missing word is supplied not. It costsnoth'rg '
: ,
Florida should be permanent to' iuessand evenV though,not! iuc.cessrul. the guesser gets V THE

:ly i located -:on lands 'claimed to County Superintendent school. gave" an In the Quater Sessions Court' THE GREATEST. -. ,OF ALL, WEEKLY. NEWSPAPERS FOR' ONE YEAR ,

belong to, ''them. Indian Inspector final : bf Lnzerrie .'County, Pa.',' '01 .I, x-, Keep that ,In view and send your,guess with your clubbing subscription :
explanation upon1he rep rt for 'your home paper and The Weekly Constitution.
Duncan will l .instruct'ed called; 'trial J1'T1&K1W1'i
>e for the '
said but Tuesday,
of which he he had two :' V Should you. already be a ,subscriber: to your home paper remit $1 -
to investigate the status of correct: ones last year. I case "Sheriff: James Martin 'to this: paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year :ancUt. ,

the Indians with regard to the Mr. J. M.: Guilliatns, the distinguished and; ,seventyeight deputy will:be forwarded t to The Constitution with your guess. The .

lands. And, as heretofore, principal l of the Jasper sheriffs on charges of murder The Constitution that .' .
guarantees the amount of 'the 'award will j
that will probably be all that Normal, was then introduced atJd and:'felonious :woundingThere: "'_ not be1 less than $500<<; In cash, and it may be.as much as $2,000.. Jacksonville
will be done. gave: one of his spicy talks. are fifty-eight cases against THEVEELV. THE WORLD.CONSTITUTION It is a TWELVE-PAGE.IS'1'I1E'GREATESTWEEKLY SEVEN-COLUMNS-TO-THE-PAGE NEWSPAPER IN 'Tampa and V'0

Adjournment was then taken each m'an.rrh se cases are the .NEWSPAPER, containing ,EIGHTY-FOUR COLUMNS every week It has noV Key West .1;
On Monday Judge Call of the for dinner which was :spread im ome'of the and equal as a Weekly Newspaper in_ America; its news reports cover the world and "S d"
orit shooting its correspondents and agents are to be,found "almost every bailiwick of the Southern '
Circuit Court, at Jacksonville) der tho ample shade of, trees surrounding killing of twenty men and the V and ,Western States' RailwayA :

AS A iAAZINEtt prlnoi more matter than to ordinarily found In any magazine In the North
granted a divorce to J. C. Kir- I count" ,
wounding of others AN EDUCATOR It Is schoolhouse Itself '
some fifty I AS ;a ftar reading of The'Constitutlon 1 Is a liberal education.
by from his wife Texas M. Kir- Miss,Lucia Mclunis gave an interesting i' ITS SPECIAL" FEATURES:: commend l{especially to every farm home In Ame,'rea.. and ... .'S". :
jit' Lattimer, Sept. 10, -1897, ITS, FARM: AND FARMER DFPARTMCMr, IU W.,man',. Department and irs ChH- .. VS
and logical exteraporani- rfrfn' Department are an,nnclM- able' direction and are attractive 'V <
by. In a letter "To the Pub.Hr. I specially te those fcrwhom SouthLinoV
foreign- these departments are addressed. The ,
The victims Constitution to
were mostly ; Demacratte in Politic, and ft I. a t
ous talk upon teaching Diacritical' 'hearty advocate of ih*principles enunciated In the .National Platform of the Party.
published in the Through ,, ;
Metropolis with' i V
miners "
Marks'and Phonics and a paper were 9,000 I _" _

of Tuesday, Kirby among \yas'also read upon the same sub others in that region', on strike THE FOLLOWIHG_ARE THE CONDITIONS 'OF 'THE CO)1TEST.-) the V ._

other things says : "I have. ject by Mr W. H. Brown. for higher, wages. ;: I Ten Per Cent of the' THE'CONSTITUTION! PITS 'JO PEn CENT*of the amoant It HEART : ,,L: .
in double .. Gueisers* Subscriptions receives for nunscriptlonx from partln euterin?the Mining\ Word Con- J
gained experience ; .. -
t'Bt Into
: Scboc-1 l Discipline was the suTijectjof V ', a fund lor distribution among. those who. name correctly' the ., .
to th6 V
BattleshipHe11)l mngwor4.' If "JJht L
goes ,
s. only one contestant ireta the right word be or ab V
harness, and now that I am free, well written Mr. -. -, .Fund to be divided. will DP given the entire fund. If more than one supplies! the mhnin* r .
a paper by word the same will be proportionately divided among the successful. V ;
Idon't think :I shall be in a hurry Washington January 30.- in other words' I if this 1 pueseers. .
J. R. York, who has so ably taughtthe I Subscription! Fund. ofFLORIDA.
to marry'again. I leave for Vanderbilt school.Mr. While ; the North Atlantic amounts'to I$20,000 all*Miiain? Word,is that each and every gue for this period,then panted by ayer' ubecrlpilon to The Weekly Constitution. Ifsent .
the Klondike section in a few ..J. M. Guilliams again madea Squadron' was on ''the way from' the fund to go to the [clubbing through the offer paper the guess publishing at the this missing! advertisement word will In be acceptance forwarded.of The our V .. :i; .

days, and hope to remain sin- few remarks, stating the reasons Hampton Roads to Key West successful V .I u e s ser guess more than must one be Answer sent with,be the or she subscription.will he entitled Should to a share one pewon of the fund send :: I. ..4 .. .
.. would-be $2,000. I for each correct answer.! There win be no capital prize-everyone Write the General; PUIeDZSr
gle the balance of my days." why'he' attended ,the meeting of recently the boilers 'in use on t Vs S C.* 4 $V V C S subscriptions.DO t'l1tget a first. prize". Persons'may guess, as many V times- aa they aeod. Agent for information.".

the Association. the $5,000,Q0O',battle-ship Jndi 'IN MAKING YOt'R AVEIl)'ou need not write the. sentence out.. .in fan-lost tar the MI1nga V S. B. GOFIJ, Geu'l Sapt.
; 'Word for the above particular period(designating It) to M..:..........,._ V .
The New lorkr orld of I Mr. T. B. the __ _
Hartig '
: Amoved ana began to leak. The .trou\le G. D. ICKERLY Gen'l PISS.
,. -.--':' -411'ALL, LVflll1NUOflDE1LSTO.FJOillPA ...-......._- jgt.V .
Monday said : HOn the whole. adoption of a resolution recommending -. became, so serious that the In 1 \ JACKSONVILLE., a-" .

winter has. used. us uncommonly that:the! County Superin!) :, diana could not steam more !; : ; BEiJII-WEEKLY ADVOCATE.STAIlIvE VSI :

wellj-tkus far. In.the. ten el1t.'s salary be raised from than,-six knots',an hour, wher : '" V : rM ; "

West it has buried the winter $50 to $75, .which was adopted, as she'should have travelled t'1 .,., TLA..... 4 V BAZAR- ,
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and Messrs. L. C. Ray Geo JEV
wheat under a kindly coverlet] a speed ol ten knots. AS'a.1 k V "
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Scott"and Mss Ellen Davis 1 I 'ATTER.MS_
were :
of snow, which promises a consequence the other vessels I Io.the. IoU3vRIrEt:: 'V VV : ri I A

great harvest, while in our, appointed to tho a School committee> Board.to present t fleet had to slow down'in'order 'V 1 4t' : V 1 ":- IP 'SO.'WRITE RIGHT. i "THE STYLISH PATTERN/- -

same .. ,_'. .. .. tT n"11 tktic. FiiHooiSIe. OrigboL Perfect- -j
Eastern cities it has << 2 VV
spared us .to1-be in 'readiness, to J.' "' :"' v ; "X't' '
Upon motion 'oPMr. T. B.; Har ,-_-;,,- i': 'Pliflng.Pticu'lOand 15 cent*.

snowfalls of magnitude ,enough tig the next time_. _'and, place_ of render' any assistance that>the ,. t''&- trt--i __ V.4 V **.,.,' Ji-': ; V r .Some N ':."f' '::' tnem la S I'
to bother the contractors or meeting was mado J prjl 23rd at 'ppleH..w r ship mighf require' : : I'V ? nearly ever ,city <* town. AskfoV ..
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blockade .the streets. ,Hamptonv '. .. o' c. ... ., r.... It. was foiind, ifcessarv.forthe'fiagshiNew .. '.V''" :! t't- 'A. ;t "'', V' .V .V V A, ,_ I taeftBer: -NewY. r1- or OJafOei
WitMri twenty-four hours A .vote ,of\lhanks l : ..was. also. ;ex-; : York to" take L ;: __VV. V $ sent'tipoa Stamps. taken.' rrcdpt Iatgtt-Fag'fon cfonrceot fa' Shut- -

aftertheabove was pnbtish :I the mded! 'to 111.the,,'good. ,pa )Je!! of, :. the .theilndinna, in tow.: i. I if.t:,, : .:V.* r : t 1IW4dVf. -. .- 1 1.11._... ."" "t'I -. ...*car..'; I *' .

temperature* in 'New Tork vicinity for tKelr attendance; l %.-.. .. ':'" :It""l.. : V'V .. :
Avas Tand of' :- : :: : e1J ':j ,. ,Iff';; V V ,,, V > ; MECALJ5' "
about twenty degrees below the good dinnrspread. Tetter. SalI-KJbcnrn and Eczema I *".H.!. ih. h V ,, .
,4 >
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: The intense itching and'SmA.tfu ,'fhcl-- .. ., '
zero, and tlie city: :was com: Upon uotiqtt.: the .Associationadjourned. leat. to these diseases,is instantly aliaveo ''I #.' ,1.;1. ,. .V.r' V'i ,;"-: .... MAGAZINE / ; .
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.. : by applying Chamberlain's Eye and : '" V' .. .... .
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pelled.expenI I-- .. "I7i:
$4,000'an4 : ;
J Skin Ointment : i tfif1fist ad S' iiM
B. HARTiG 1. *' //Many very Lad cases iCD: :6, :.> !';
employ 2OOOinen, .to remove, T.. ... -, 'R.. Yc.. RK.Secy .. have been permanently cured 'Iy.it. It I r' jT) .'.. Invaluable for theBorne.. Fas&loes'el .' ,.
,". pro tern. Vice-Pres._ b equally! efficient for itching riles"and I: the day, Home 'Literature, HotoeboUa
the snow.-:'from,herstreets; : ,:,and I ..., ., ... :a favorite. remedy for sore"nipples t ,' Hints, Fancy, Vork.Curreat Topfcj, ....
still they werjsi almost, impass, :ha pped,hand.a.J chi1bWc.. ?,-lrost, bites J am,. SulKiigent for Bradford, and": SiirSS -B Fiction.all for only 50,cents: a ytayfcv,. ,
: Beauty Im Blood O ep. and chronit:sore. eyesi 25 cts.j-er:! :box.:. *"' Z V eluding a free P m efco.rtbaastime. : '.
able. i ;-: ,dean bleed nsetns a. dean *kin. No ." ,-_-._ ._...... .: -" '. > Tpniitilliiipr_ nnniitlOS. for this Cele%r. ., Send two 2 czct jtanjpi'f. ,

', : ": ... -4o :. .beauty-Bithout! : the bisad lazy it. limd.. ci.-dsCaIldy.nd 'keefl diTiiig it clean Caihar.fccJdesnjctsr1 all,,bystfrricgip ,32i'vlut Dr. vCadj's'3"hors'e. ConJ1ti9\?-n: fcd3htn* wdf.-, in bad are: lft ,,.. fL ; -''-". v 'brated typewriter.. '. .. I: for. T'sample M copy.Mt Addiea'coP.A1w\.t.*. V:' ..
ua- V S-f ? k "'t "
Spain., s1.<.sent'tO'.1e :of lher!! 1r ties fitManthe boor.. "Besia tdI poncBtfon.: "Tonic; .iiood purifier! II'd''rerftg4 'J f H" ':" i* -f *V ,
today "
..tanwh : ...Theyj-arenct ,.food 1Jtt ; ) J42-I z; !6K..w Yct..[ ; V -_. ,
piapies; 'tJS- blotcbcvluicktaads 'OafitrSeilJoiibne.: ? "T.'; RHODGES .... .
armed cruisers to thiscointryc6mfclimentarV 'and 1r'.iecineaccl : ,G,- t.t-.,, ... ""!o ,, :
that :
sicrly 1 bilious complexion! by takmr ) ] the best u.t: to put a- ... / 6. : ., ( -- ;: ?) :tt -
..* qa$ !ret-b acty for ten ccjitsj. AUdrrg1r jnrsoinrprfme- condition'"" Pries"&v: !Ii ., ;,, .. ..1 f > t,;" !I. (. ...- '..... _,.... .. '''' ,,
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FbOMkA ,IY flTER[ and interchange., manufacturedarticles7be" .,'.'oL.;.,:"!all:merchandise' ..., AN IRISH" '. ,PENUHLE>,' 'STORY.. <".' I'I! T1kri-(;; !'OSR ELBE

.. .- Senator Cantor'*Am';;inc Tale A boot Dal-; j
tween the southland westamd fy and,Ualftfchr,the Mining Statesmen ,I I I Ii ;
EVENT& AND, Tdics, OF THE <* *" -.j. '" \ *. *:'*" In legislatures like the: present New SOLDIER

., -,,n WEEK., '- p toprothote :the 'movement of York 'assembly,'where the' margin- llmmIDlfdl Citizen and Christian Patriot t?
... j ji .
i 0W
grain and all. other products power"is slight, the party leaders have: .
Our State
Gathered From Exchanges' much ado
the 'western states to southern keep.vtheir' r .niajority tjp'to AGREATBOOKFORTHEPEOPLIT.LIVE '
the bill
passing strength. Senator Caiutor

There are about 200 pupils.inthe distributing markets.an. told a good story the other' day in' ...

connection with close votes. "We needed JE 1 I@ @i 11 11f1 AGENTS. WANTED.. .
State Agricultural College through southern ports' for ex i -
every vote in the world," he said, IL EVERYWHtRE} t EW SAMPE PAGES A ftD GET tp ClUBS,'

ut Lake City. port. ,-- "to pass the bill that was pending, and EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL TERMS._ .'

the, ,bill was a strong party measure. -
Money can be made rspuilr. ana a Ta.&moun
At the sixth annual Just as we were about to take a vote I l1 of ()()done to circulating one of the noblest -
feet of lumber'was COl1"Ocation -
Over 10,000,000 R historical works
published during >
missed two cf our' men. I had been
shipped 'through Jacksonville of tile Missionary Jurisdiction worried about'them but they had been sc NjAc the past Quarter of a century.
the month of of the Episcopal church labored. and argued with until I thought
during ,, they were all right. Their uames-well: I Will Some of our best worker are selling -
: '
.January. .held in Key; \Vest 1ast week, call 'em Duffy and Mulcahy, good A.t' ''IJ. Over One Hundred Books A ffeei 1 :

Rev. W. II. Bates introducedthe Irish names. I call attention to their u,_ "" Mr: A. WUUaiDS-- Jackson C011 1ty. &TO.. '
nationality, because the point of the incident' Fifty Years Ago. worked four days and a half and secured SI or-
' The Plant Sstem'win run ders. lie sells the book almost'
.. following solution which Any to eT ry man'
,. .: depends on it," said the senator, This l.the way it was bound to'look he meets. Dr.'J J. Mason. Huscogee county.

an excursion next. w.eek f ron} was adopted : in 'an across 'the table aside to Tom' When grandfather: had his "picter took." Ga..sold. 12:ILi copte<3_ Sheets 1t the first. Palo five pinto days he canvassed. -

Donnelly. "Well, they were missing These were tie shadows cast before _J Question rex.. wo-ked few county.
Port Tampa to .Puerto Cortes "That a hour* and -sold 16 coptea.mostly .
I the president of the Mulcahy and Duffy, and I sent out a The coming of Conjurer DaguerreAnd morroco binding. J. H. Hanna! Gaston

Honduras. i convocation be requested to appoint hue and cry. Arrangements were made hi art; like a girl in a pinafore* -.'. You may I days county.canvassing N. C.. made'for this a month's book.wages S.M.In White.three ,
Someday to bloom to fair. _
a committee whose duty for speakers to keep the' floor and prevent -*' a goddess Callahan county TeL, Is selling books at the
i' Men certainly were not as black,we knowAs Ask It3ff rate of Ul cople :a week.
it shall be to draw and a vote. After two of the longest they pictured them Encyclopedia .
up 50 years ago.Ayer'sSarsapariiIa ."
present "COMTA
THE "0
lettuce S
Strawberries, turnips, hours I ever knew the men were broughtin. BXCRAPHICA; SKETCHES' v
I .., "j
to the next
and Legislature.of My halt ceased to turn gray. The of all the Leading Generals a vast amount of
; bananas, celery, squash Historical Matter and a large number Beautiful
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the State of Florida
j I a petition vote.was called and we passed the'bill Standard.I' ,'ull-Palfe Illustrations, it 'Is a grand

radishes are, being shipped from requesting the Legislature. to by majority of 1. ,..... OJ book, and ladies and gentlemen who can give
-' all or any part of their time to the canvass
began to make
nien Just
Tillman daily. amend the laws .respecting: di. 'Where were you boys? I asked, .* American J arc bound to make immense sums of money
when it was all over and I had caught as the new pictures of men handling it.
vorce, so as to provide for began'to be'made.: 'Thousands ,
my;breath; 'I told you you would be AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS 4

John Eagan has been confirmed granting separations-a mensaet needed if you ever were in your life, of people fronted the -camera Annual. showing the different styles of binding sample

by the U. S. Senate to thoro only: -and it shall further It was as near a throw down as ever with ,skins made clean from"blo't pages and all material necessary to work .with
will be sent
on receipt of 50 CENTS. The
of" the be ,the duty of said committee happened. and. blemish, because I ---------- magnificent gallery of portrait alone'III the.prospectus ,
be Attorney, United .'t.'1'll1 sorry Jake, thruly eorry, but they had purified the blood Ls worth double the' money. We
to senda copy of their furnisls.it at far less than actual cost of manufacture -
States for the Northern Dis- it was not from any vicious intent on with Ay r's Sarsaparilla., It I PRICE 7 5---------- and wef would. advise you::td order

petition to the next annual the part of myself an Mulcahy we were is 'as powerful now as then. --"- quickly and: yd exclusive control. of the best

trict of Florida.. < ,. '.:' council of the Diocese of Florida missin,' explained Duffy. 'It was like Its record proves it. Others territory. Address
this: We was over t' the dago's f'r our I ROYAL PUBLISHING CO. <
asking theircpnsideration .
'imitate ;the remedy ; they I II
1. F. Rove, Jivi g. bout.six'j of the'subject, and communicate -' lunch an aftber atin we got that wrap- can't imitate the record. : I Ready Jan: 1, 1898, )1TH. AND MAIN STREETS "-
ped in a of penuchlo we tuk no
miles south, of ,Macclennj fell,: withjrsepresentatives of the note up av the game floight. av toime.' "-New BO Years of Cures. I! On All News Stands. I i RICHMOND. "

(bad while at 4 work-in the field i ,various religious bodies in the York Journal. ..-c v-c .. JC I
V State requesting them to. take
p 'l'uesdayIr was apparently! Cruelty to Womnn. J Better More\ -JOBPRINTING- .
Larger Complete
similar action in the matter The BIGGEST OFFER. YET ,
in good health. When, during the civil war, the Confederate .
ana: the committee shall report'tbeir"action General McCulloch 'moved eoee Than Ever.22p7

Two have been .. to the next annual from Panda, he' had considerable diffi- THE 'FLORIDA WEEKLY ADYOCATAND I Bring it to THE ADVOCATE cfflca
negroes ; arrested -, convocation." culty in getting his men across the Tal- '; ;.:osi tcfJeljf sold Annual Rtftr

charged with the.murder lahatchio river. ,The feat was accomplished (itce Book and Political Manual publisbsd.THF WECANDOIT.ASYOUWANTIT. ,amWHENYGUWANTIT ,

Don't Want on a pontoon bridge, where only THE TWICE-A-WEEK '
William west of 'Mafi- Pappy. ,
'- King, .
1 a few men and their borses could cross I *

J, anna, and have made a full Times-Union Citizen. at n time, and those in'the rear, while DETROIT FREE P.RESS WORLD V TRY US .

Washingon! Jan. 31.-On waiting, would slip back into the town. i Pulitzer Building, New Yor,. ..
. confession of the crime.
. I II., the return to the city of Senator When this was found out, staff officers BOTH PAPERS'ONE" I . .. . . . .. .! . .

I were sent to order the men into line,' 'FOR ONLY $1.00. THE POMONA NURSERIESNEW
, The Savannah News Pasco the remaining Florida and rods them -THE tWl .
r- says they along, calling on to E.A'WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS needs DO _
close Introduction., lis mauy special Articles by I' CATA1898
this is the dullest season of in?. ominations probably will up. noted writers have given it n worid-widerepu- '' -' O '
. Several Texans started on hearingthe tution. In short. it is one of the cleanest 1 1t
:year in the spirits of turpentine be called, up '-for confirmation. order, and dashed'along the streetat brightest and best paper published. No t _ WILL BE REALT TO MAIL IK OCTOBEX.Ncwtit t
> T pains or expense will be spared in keeping ups _
business. Mujh! of th'e; spirits without delay. While most; ,.of breakneck speed, and one fellow present high standard.Kernember. +1' __ One party write M follow of oar law
some distance in the rear yelled as he thnt' by "taldr.g advantage: of i log-Be: "Wilt you lt**e ea Savannah these appointments have been this combination, you get 52 copies of Tnr > _ : r valuable Nursery Ca-afotn I kaJ a copy
sent to
are manufactured flew,and whirled his lasso above his ,
FLORIDA.WEEKLY ADVOCATE and 101 copiesof i 1 A bave loaned it. I find *o many .
I acted there several] THE FKEEPRESS, 158 papers, for only thiaga U it tbat I 4* act wiak to be wiII.vtccpy. .
in Florida. are .
upon, head.He I I ; ." 4Oar -
passed a storo where stood the fig I.UO.1rrHR _ (6lP ,
'"' ( new 1898 Catalogue will coataia all tie
which-have been held duringMr. .
up ure of a woman, a wire frame made for A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE, t goodteatnreaoItbc$1 7czt&ioguebesIde.uy tfiJ
A table l showing the assessed Pasco's absence in Florida. displaying gowns,and quick as a flash new onea. Fatty niuitratcd wltfe Bttar sew
11 FREE PRESS i __ Photographic Views. We slier a fall liae of
his had the .it
valuation of the taxable rope dummy. 4 Fruit and OrnaaeatalTreeaaudShrmfc'
prop. As far"as is known, there is no Down the street. he galloped, drag Annual Year'Book and almanac for 1898. to Southern plaattag. Catalogue Prea. JLUircaa .

erty of the State by countiesfor opposition of importance to ging the thing after him. It was very I CORRECT, CCMISE CCKFETE. I THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.,
and Most Prolll.b'a

the"year 1897 gives a total any of the recent appointments light that and it constantly six rebounded at'tim'cs.lso I OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 16971 .. .Peach, for. Smthcrn Pf.Dt.ItI 1"OXOJr'JVLUUS.. .. UCC1.DST.JL4.
was feet above the ground. I BOOK WERE 'SOLD AT -a- t t p ---------ott S S S ---

- of $9o,117,031. Some counties except that of Domingo Pappy. .Ever'bodwho saw it was sure he had CENTS EACH. I ----,_ 1- -- -

show a loss and some a gain be it lassoed a woman, and not only indignation An accurate-and superior Book of Reference RAILROADS.
This delayed as \
I ?;- ,. case may but horror prevailed. thtHt tells"yoa: aU you want to know. There .
over the values of 189G.{} I[ will not be a useless page in it. A Practical
I- is pretty generally understood He noticed no cue. His big hat cube I
I I Educator and Hand Cook of Encyclopedic Infoimatlon
here that quite a number'of ( back of his head, he rode wildly on UIJJect., Agricultural. Statistical.;likewisea Oflcla1.lIi.torIcaJPilltIcal .'1, The Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad

William Elvina bicycle along, yelling at the top of his voice I t Hook of Religious Fact.and general Practical -: ,
protests against his confimation and dragging his victim. When he arrived -. Directions on everyday.affair. :*: of. Office I
manufacturer, of Toledo, Ohio, atthe river, ho halted drew in I Home and Farm. I The Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points. .
have been forwarded to Wash A of this book will be sent to all subscribing
committed suicide by shooting I his rope; caught tho. figure under his copy immediately. nud seuding 15 cents additional -- EVERETT, SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA. GA.. COLUMBIA, WiSHDOT, BALTIMORE, PHLA1L-'
ington. The exact nature of arm and quietly rode on the-bridge. I for mailing expenses: making SI.15 in I
himself through the heart in The crowd toad followed, and when it : all. The book will be published about Decem- PHIAl HEW YORK BOSTOHAHD THE EAST.
the complaints' not known. i I ber 25. 1SW. Copies of the book will be sent'' i iI
. his room at the hotel on discovered the real nature of the lady to all taking advantage of this offer as boon Everett Macou. Atlanta! Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago.
- Whether they areof sufficient cheer upon cheer rent the air.-Youth's I after above date as p !>\>fble. I II Everett. Birmingham. Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock. Kansas City. St.LouIs dlcafo
Anastasia: Island<< about eight I Do not delay but take advantage of this remarkable .
gravity to hold up.the conJhmatiOll Companion. i j liberal offer which we wake for a I II Siou City. '. ,
o'clock Monday morning. He I I limited time only, --bv special arrangements I River Junction. Pensacola. Mobile,New Orleans., Texas Mexico.California and: the Pacifife!
of his remains Getting In on Sure Thing with the publishers. Remember we send both -::
EffectiveDce.. 5, 1897.
a full year for 81.00. and cnn havc' Coast
papers you
victim of the chloral "So think times
really goingto
was "
y a of the book 15 ad .
it is copy by sending cents NEW YORK EXPRESS NO. IS .
to be seen but probable I .1 Lii' J
very 4'e
habit. be better, do you? ditional. Address.FLORID& -.' ..p m Leave Jacksonville *.l
, "Yes going to bo better for WEEKLY ADVOCATE., .* a.m, with Through Pullman
"'1 that} ,.the confirmation" they're I Starke. Fla' Nsy'J.T. W1A Sleepers for SaTanC -
me any way." ..e In LI.- .. 'Vi% nah. Columbia. Washington .
not receive immediate action at "What makes so sure of it?" 0 $ ', 4 q Ualtrmore. Philadelphia. .
you i I p
in .
Henry Goettel confined 50 YEARS q New York. aDd all
the hands of the Senate. Pappyis "I've decided not to do, any more EXPERIENCE C i:: : '-": ( .Eastern points. Connects

the county jail at St. Augustine bucket shop speculating."Chicago "4 _t __ _0. -.- a. 0 train for Fernundina.No S7 reaches Return Jack7' -

with Herman Breetz on the a negro. News. Cc -.%.i5OUZA r Honville 9.30 p. m,

National Committeeman Longis ._ _,, .. q -
: charge of wrecking a train on At the Mission School. A .4.& 1 I.. .- I- l ( NEW TDRK FAST MAIL M JS.

Florida. ,, and it is understood Sunday School Teacher-Now, what s..,..* :.ma.r a_ '- I ', 2// i Lea Vt" .1;H-k.'oUn vuleT.OO p.
West ; m. Dal y for same polD'tNorth.
the East Coastf'f' <, near does the where it I / -
that he \will make a stay verse mean says, t c, ,. 'r Carries Through
"And the let fell Jonah?" ,- LM.s I Sleepers JacksonrUl tu
Palm Beach on Tuesday night upon I TRADE MARKS a. .r. t._ aijil New York. Return No.
of several weeks. During his Bat Scrimpsy-De hull gang jumped DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS ( ..a.. 35 arriTes Jacksonville

.,_ of last week, committed'suicide it is improl able that on 'im.-New York Press.Explalaed. I &.G. ; ,__7-0; \ 9.33 a.nuCNCINNATI
absence .. :
Anyone sending a sketch and description may k4. '& : t..I.e. .MJ .
on Monday morning, between quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an it 0 :a' o A AND FLORIDA UMO. .
further Florida appointments I invention is patentable. Communications IUD, 3S. Lean Jack '
any MrictlTConfltJemial. Handbook on Patent ville 7.00 .
son ID.11.
.: two and four o'clock_ by hang Mrs. Goode Why is it that free. Oldest for securing patents. I .1 p.
niade. has you sent agency ., : crett.Macoo. Atlanta.
will be As Patents taken through'Jlnnn& Co. receive *rr* __ .t 'q' ,
i'- ing. Both-Goettel and Breetz tramps would sooner deep than do anything I special notice without ch&nre.1D the : a ,ij, _. 4 1 Chattozooga.for Connect)* '
: been stated the Florida pie else? v b.I. cIjft LouUrlllc. NashYill
believed Scientific HmericatiA p.'r'-' St. Louis,Chicago.nd all
-1 were also to be guilty rctirin V Northern and Western
Tramp-Dat's uv our
; : 9
has been pretty well dished out 4 OLUM a._ :.
i7 Point. Returning train
handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lanrest circulation : .
,4 of burning the San Marco Hotel] disposition.-Up_to Date.A of any scientific Journal. Terms.$3 a C w .,4 / arrives Jack.ooDT1l1., 8.00
: and it is believed that there year: four months tL Sold byall .4 I.-)..',. I 4 a.m.p .
at St. Augustine a short time. Mere Trifle to Him. HUNN & Co.36lBroa ti vidfDrk a.a o -
in -
will be no great hurry fillingthe .1 _
A out west has accused Pullman
man a ASHY1LU IOUTE. ThrcnII
Breetz also attempted Branch Office.K5 F St.,Washington D.C. 0 .q .; .'-
1_. ago. few remaining offices. porter of stealing $43,000 from a Puiioiuu sleeping car
" senric for Cincinnati
1 Hiiicide on Monday morningbut him. How ridiculous I What would a _' .. via Savannah Columbia.

Pullman porter want with a trifle like A.shvllle Hot Spriags.
did not succeed. Determined to Die. .AAvcq ',,,. j Knoxruie. through the
that-New York Truth. : ;" 4 f Celebrated mountaiaou.
and Citizen. doe't't'ttor 'am- ,,, ? Country. of tort Carolina. -
Times-Union q41 .p
Last morning while I I Treating Him For Nothing. ,1 '. 1, Leaves Jacksonville
Monday '
4 7-OOp. Arrives Cincia-
I ; it m.
] Fla. Feb. 2. Monday '
Tampa, "What are you treating me for, ,I at17.4O.m.Returnngsrt:49' -
digging up lumber, palmetto, ?" \ ; ) &j rives JackaoorUl '.10 wm
afternoon Grace Beasley; a C. ,
etc. back of the Methodist "Loss memory. You have owed.mea : '--
V i' .
S. colored young white* woman who is bill of $SO' for two years.".-Detroit : tr:: -.- .4".. '., loll BEAUTIFUL HILL COUNTRT If
church oneof "the -i-- : it.h4If
inmate. of a disorderly a s'uIf .
I the ESCAMBIA BAT. l ave
prisoners struck silvery (?). A I $ J '(1 a'2-i. J iickbouvuie y.15 a.m. ByNo.
'. Another "Sick Man." '-p.. \
house made the third recent 1 'a 1I 2 dally for LakeCi'.y.
160 counterfeit, .HILDRE : % [ Live Oak. Maditoa.Monticello. .
-- bag containing The Sultan (cheerily to emperor of. 'tI: : __ i .
to Jake her life. She __ j't ( Tallgbaasie.
dollars was found. They are attempt China-Going pieces, old man? Non ; SF'AT r ''I .3.- River Junction.Peasaeo-
I i
went out to the power house of sense! AU you want is a dose of ) I 's'; la. Mobile.. and toe Nsw South-OBUU53. -

J supposed to have been buried cert of Europe. Why, look at. "con-t! ?t f "cq 1w.o'&zA' went. Mexico. California
the Consumers Electric Light Punch. or\\\\ pA:;, and the Pacific Cuant.
.1 there a few years; ago when the I j L -t Carrie Sleeper. Return
and Street Railway Companyand ; fi No. arrives Jacksonville
of counterfeiters were Blasted Hopes xixx 7.S.:.a. In.LiaT1IJ"C.
!jygang swallowed morphine, but. .T1LLS'.lS
in their work in this i; : E r1' ALss '
putting a. m. fur Starke. Hawthorne
ii medical attention saved i -- el.-- pr. .
-' SUrer Spriac. _
prompt -' '
: = r a-
the iI .
part of Florida. Most of : ;- ,_;.Zpd.T" Ocala,GalnesYllle. Cedar

': : dollars are finished up and in her life. She claims that :she iI ,. -. 1 I .. .-' :' :! .,*. Lw.4 ij; _, IM I Key, Vrildwood. Leea- !

certainly has been deserted by her lover, burg.T i: s.r Apbpka,Orlando, LachooebeeDude City Plant. City, Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville I
; general appearance are TAS'TELESSCHI.LL fl*p. m.NASHVILLE. -.
who works out at that place
masterpieces in the way of I ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers ,J
and"that she has nothing more
.1 an imitation of the real article. I 1 Yia EVERETT, MACON ATLANTA AND CHATTAH006A.

-Arcadia News. to live for and desires to die at : Leave Jacksonville 7"00 p m; arrive HasliYille 7 80 neil p m

his feet. The efforts so far to ,I LeaYe HasMie 9 CO a m; arrive JacksonYjlIe 00 next, am

-\ -- end her life have been unavai-! 4 8.15 A. H."''I-eaves Jacksonville, Brunswick by the Cumberland Coot t.ame'r. and tua'

Commercial Aurora Pete'-:Gee \vhiz :- ole man, I 'br1znd Sound. ....
and West end in -
The South The affair a C qviektfiBronte.
.1'1 :
ing. may what ails yer? T J'N 'i'- .'4.COP.. M. Local for Kverett. clo e connection' for Bnu vlckShortest .acd

Congress which will little sensation_ though, 'as ,.- Bill Hashem(late .proprietor the 4" 5 00 p.L* /orTTaOahassee aadIntermediate point*. ArrfVe JactaonTClallJj). ea. '

February' 8th tHere are. other.people tert- Last Bite hotel-l'm) bustedPete.: I'm I I ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. 9 40 P.U. For Tampa andlntermediate poiats Pulhcaa Sleepers.,AiJ ckoaTn*13S s.- -
meet at
! Tampa THKOCGH SLEEPERS for cINCINNATi via ASHVft.LEkaiet"JaCk3O5ifle. ; 7.5 p
less in the affair : back. to timer States. ,Them. ,ten .. .
.. ed, more or : goin WARRANTED. PRICE 5Octs. jn.arrires. A.hT1ile l.43p. azr1ve.Ctactnnatf74O a. m.For1 *-' '
to 10th will be of great iater hens I brought her?_to.Klondike WDZ 1 I On. Ailiuta. wotralna dally. Leave.Jakcur4.flctls a: i.iadT' p.SLffEilsCt
trying to help the matter along, C ALAT1A,ItXS..KOT.. IS,.1S33.- "'
est and importance to the entire and it may result in some one lay in ten good eggs ev.'ry" day when I I I Parts Gentlemen MadfclM:-Co Wo;MOd.Ja6l.ycar.8*.Louis,Mo.: -3-,botllt',.ofGBOVIT9 ; jmer &tCSt3 Jual lituPullman .

: left Seattle. I'ro got 'cm rp Lere. an 1 TASTULBSS CHILL .I'ONrcand have all Train'-4 -
Sleepers on Night
-I South. The principal getting into trouble, and at now they don't lay nntbin1 but enow-. I l boasbt Jhree gross tlrerdy this year. In all tar. cr- -

J "congress are. to coneiderthe the same ti'm' ?sriving Tampa 1 balls. Goodbr, old- pard!. -New York 1 1on:1'al ,j'enenca ssuUX of an 14 nrlirSc ypirs that, in tho..TCitli drug u'liT bu"ine:>.hJco havaacrer : Parlor Can en Da? Train? Between. acksouville arid Tampa.
'cti.acy'i':::- .-:" C-, fcf f
," .' ,.* *.,.. llfriAi *
7' ri'"I" t. -
L means tbincr .r.3:? th" nnn".......,. "'f ]''} c-ri 'p f' _, -

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GLEANINGS. PERSONAL NOTES.Mr. Mr. Edward Hj uison,Savannftl, tiers having been .received into the

NEWSY, EOGAL" was in the city Thursday.Mr. cnurs'h, as follows : Mrs. E. E.
I J. G. Davis, of Richmond, was Johns/Mr. Zeke\Vainwrlght, Lacy .

GATHERED. IN'CfTV AND NEIGH in town on Wednesday lat .. E. S. Dukes, of Jncksonville, is KicUliter. Misses Fannie Be ant, Ada
In the city on business to-day.
BORHOOD.-: Ifr. E. I.. Clyatt, of Providence, Wynn, OH.e Weeks, Jessie Robert, CAH TALKS '

/ was iu the city WedaewJay. Chas Eddy and. ,wife of- W 1do were .:and'Mrs. Z. Wainright by letter.
ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT 4 PECULIAR. shopping In the city Thursday- _._ .
"""' -- -
Mrs. O. C. Husband, of Melrose, Is Capt. George Thompsett, Supt. ;

Weather Forecast.Telegram ..- visiting relatives.'in.Starke' prince Mr. Levi was in Dyal the,, Waldo's city.Thi. rsday.merchant. of-the A. 8. R.. & G. Railroad, *

I Ii Mr. W. E. Duncan made business Doingan
,i took the afternoon train for Jack- \ '
J. C.
Received. nt 1O:3O trip to South Florida this week.. Byals/Sampson City's turpentine sonville. .
operator, was la the city Thurs Exclusive --
.n.' m., tsk followsProbably. ; Dr. Tate Powell WHO called to La w-. %
: c-cdj Saturday. It is not often that a physician
lib owen to-night ] tey Tuesday on professional ''busi day.Mrs. .

'Warmer iri ceatraS andno' ; U- S. M. Crews and little/daugh recommends a patent. medicine! ; :, Cash Business m
legions Stele. '' t ness.Mr. ter are guests; of relatives in'.Jackson .
ern of I : when he does know thatit
you may
.,',' I t E. 2. .Johns made a trip to the ; ville.
'" i. western portion Bradford. coun- is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleve- al1timcs -:
board meets next I : prepared to
The school : am
,- ty Wednesday .. Rev. J. A. Hendry made a visit toL'twtey land, Glasgow;: Va., writes : '*! ,. a
:Monday. : Thursday. He made the tripon "
Mrs.\ J.(l. Alvarez returned home have used Chamberlain's Colic, .::
a wheel. a/ Sell the
The-Atlalitic Lumber Company Wednesday alter a pleasant visit with Cholera and< Diarrhoea Remedy in : .:. you

their Wednesday.Col. relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. Sam Perry, a prosperons far- 'ill
log camp ,. my practice and it has proven to ..: Best of Goods
mer of Clay county was in the city ill ,
I W.J.,Kesler Is the proud father be excellent where ,
: an remedy, a .1 "
Jdck- this .
C. L. Peek went to morning.Mr. ,' m At Prices that will
of a twelve-pound. Mother thorough of medicine Had
sooiwlle this aftsfnodri. on busi- and child are'doing well. C. P. Cason is the happiest mIn course '
town-It's a fine girl. Mother and failed. with nie. I recommend it !e\ GET YOUR TRADE.
nfss. &
Drs. Scott and Gaskins,' two of our child are. doing well. to.my patients every time for ,
Miss Luther Ray, who is teaching skilled"physicians, made a professional : .... -
the Hampton school, came up visit to Hampton: together on the Misa Ethlind Richard left todayfor I colic and diarrhoea. Many The Stock will be kept up to its .' .

.i lit. Jacksonville wuqre she gill 1 visit! qther progressive physicians .
'-to. Starke on this afternoon'strain. her motherland. sister. recommend and use this remedy( USUAL HIGE:'STANDARD See: -f5S
Mr. C. G. Shearer, representing the t.Mp.j. .. .'
Atlanta Paper Co., was in the. city Chas" P. Lovll, ,of Jackson* because it always cures and cures and Satisfaction: Guaranteed.. .

Next Tuesday tho ADVOCATE yesterday' and paid Us a pleasant Vile was, a pleasant caller at, ,th* quickly. Get a bottle and you '. ; .' .

*Will)1 publish the names of those call. \DVOC,!E office Thursday. ) trill have an excellent. doctor. m Respectfully, .

who the examination at the Mr. C. E. Dobbins, representing the E. H. Gaskin has moved, his family the house for all bowel complaints, ", .

high school pass (this week. firm of Rouse, Hempstoue &fc Co., of from' Walnut street to the.Andrews. r both for children and adults. ::J._ C'': E. STRONG J'

.....cs, Baltimore, was iu the city Wednesday cottage, near the Baptist church.: For sale by J. L. Gaskins.Mr. Successor to Truly Stcrnhurg, & Co.
The Hackett Dry Goods: Co. is in the l wrest of his house. Col. Gronto, a prominent legal light -, 0'

closing out their entire stock of of Lake Butler, i* attending to legal John Eckert, who has beenspending :
Mr. F. U. Elmore auditor for the :a .crC: C-'i :"
: :.a,. . II--I' .. ... : _. :.
business in Bradford's 6-!"'''' OJ ,. __::I __ ". 1t': .... ....e-: "
goods at. actual cost. Come early Atlantic, Suwannee: River' /GliU! capital to; several weeks with his I ---- ---- -- --"--- ---- --

and secure bargains.: Railway, was attending to blisiueaa' day. .; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs -- E. W. DR1GGERS "

concerning tbe road. in Starke on the We Are sorry to note tbd.'Mrs. J. Joseph Eckert in Starke re ,' r .
On Wednesday Mr. Ost of the

New....Commercial-, 1 showed'." us'. two.' t 2nd.Mrs. B. B, WftKovaki'Ieft the city of M. Johns rheumatism ie suffering at her wIth home. an in attack.the turned N. Y., Saturday.to his home at Brooklyn. ,LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLER,

of ,the ,sfinest strawberries city. -
quarts on the 2nd for Baltimore whereshe: o .: .

we have seen this season. will visit her mother. > Mrs. Wit Mr. Max Krauss", the genial rcpres :Household Gods ; >. ._
;-Dr.- tewart's office is crowded kuvaki will pu rename.a big stock o s> ntatlve ot E. W. Weail & Co."was: The ancient Greeks believe i -
millinery while In Baltimore. iuttrvie-ving our merchants yester- ., ,
daily with patients. The doctor, that the Penates were the god .
Miss Julia Mackintosh And Mi.sMoMurr I day.
judging from reports, is a thorough > who have been spading a Mis. 3. M. Alvarez left for her home, who attended to the welfare am l :4I. 1 Ij Hake a Specialty of Conveying Traveling lien t to Points Jn the Country..". .

master' of diseases.. ul the eye, ear, few wEek: with Col. and Mra. C. L., at G.iin, sville to-day, having con. prosperity of the family. The}r

thro'alahdiiMrvAvSj se. Petkof_ this city.. returned to their o _.1t1rlI___>11_ n._ &nl" .nanrkt'wl.. y..5f.. fnroljtlvoa._____. __' .in_ were worshipped: as household -god SECOND-HAND. HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.

; Chavous has moved'f I home*at Boston, Georgia, to-day.' Starke. 1 1Messrs. ju every home. The household "II"": .. _

'{ 4{ '' Editor T. B. Hartig of 'the' Lake 1 god of to-day is Dr. King's New : "
stock: < .goods' into 'th 'build. ; George More, Joe. Young ......,,,-' FOR
ing next,tq the baiery. :Mr. Chav- 'Butler i Bulleiin, paid a fraternal call Georg.Thpinaa and Bert Wall have Discovery. For consumption

:in our business office Monday. Editor recently ,joined the Victor Cornet. I coughs, colds and for all affections PRINTING
iis stock of FmBT CLASS JOB
ous .wiH. replenish Starke I. ]
lends -
1 Hartig'js many Baud,> of Throat, Chest and Lungs it is .
goods and make many other improve -, .were pleased to see him the city.
ent& in his store. ..in", I Misses Laura and Minnie Wynn,. invaluable., It has been tried for' BRING YOUR WOKE TO THE OFFICE OF THE

r Mr. J. .\. Maultby the manager' of two of H U1pton'8.charmiDI( young & quarter of a century and is -- ----.
_I 4 Dr.C. A. Simmons, a former res- 1 the Cumpville Brick Co., wan jn theclly la ties; wvre vieitiiig in the city guaranteed to cure or iii a
money re- ATr
purchase a bill 'of fLORIDA SEMI-WEEKLY rA.pV9
I i Monday to
Thursday .
dent of this city died Atlanta turned. No household] should be t .,
good. Mr.11aultby i* an exceptionally .
on Saturday' last of heart failure. i Col. C. L. Peek land agent for, the ,. .
without this
t line gentleman, .and. \ve were good angel. It i is
Simmons A B. >1\. & G. Railroad, returned to
Dr. was'in.Starkeduring pleased to see him iu our city* pleasant to take and a safe arid --
the city this morning from'trip in WE PRINT-
the years of .1892-93.und?. : made a Rev. G. '1'. Leitrier returned on the i the co. ntry. .J sure remedy for old and young.

host of(friends..... who. will. regret to 2nd from ,a visit. to his home at Lawyer Futcli and Messrs. J. R. 10 cent trial-bottles at J. L. Catkins CARDS, i TAGS,

hear of his death. Hawthorne.. .Mr. 'tKelfner: has been en- Drug Store. I''
"t- r- Davis and C. R. EnVy have added CHECKS ABELS
+4V*- f- .
gaged tor the I I pai%:w. ek in holding arevlrallUeeting
Tuesday Sheriff Denmark old eiHCirk lights to their. already attractive TICKETS t BLANKS
in his church (Baptist Mr. Wm. Dunkley and. Miss ,

/ the stock of goods belonging: to the ) in this pity, ably assisted by office. Leety Edwards were married last i ENVELOPES I lltCUL; "RS,

firm of. I lair. '&;Harrison. nt Lake Kev. AJ. A. Clouts, of'St. Petersburg. I Mrs. F. E. Powell arid, gr$ndauggb- t night at the residence of the BILL HEADS. Ijf I STATEMENTS: ? ,

Butler."at.- : 'public'' auction. The '!.I r. M. N. Blanton, of Hampton trr from Miss a pleasant Lizzie: '1'owellbave Isit with relatives returned at bride's mother, Mrs. Ceeley ..Ed NOTE. HEADS, |!I f LETTERHEADS, .

goods were bought by Mr. Lazarus came to the ci'y -Tu-aday' to attend i
Fort White.bliss' wards, in West Starke. Mr. Dunk- ETC., ETC., ETC: .'
the meeting "f Mi County Cimriiissioufia. ... 4
f firm of Leifer' & -
representing. ; -- -- ----
: X r. Ulrttuou. i id one of Hamp va Miller of the Bradford ley is a sturdy young ,man who ':
Co.. of Savannah who $725 WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT }
ton's( cac3-: '.ircmiueUj: Sii-! -.vl e-i-: : County High school male the highest. came to this city from Bermuda.
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for the stock., It is said that Sher- wake citizeca: r.id: his .Tiftny tri' n'J funding of any pupil in school in The bride and groom will make /skilled Printers.

.Denmark makes a splendid in Starke era arrays glad! : to Sea him .::\e studies. Starke their future home. REQUISITES.., ';

auctioneer.In .. *In our" .city. i Mr. Jack Hale and bride passed -TO- Good Paper, ::

A of distinguished vfcitoro through the rity this morning en-, To Know. .
a few days Messrs. L. C. Hull party Something: Presses
crime lie Wednesday 'from- route from Jacksonville to their new I 4 ..
toga *GOOD WORK {
and N. .T. Ritch will haveafbrickpavement > r"Waldo It may be worth something to : .
wher home near Alachua.Rev. .
laid in front 'of their }-u"'bey. are pleasantly! know that the very best medicinefor : Type 1.
situated for the winter. The ,
party """
Clonts, who his: been holding; restoring the tired out nervoussystem : "
places of business-the Bradford, wL compose"1 of.31 r, and' Mra. Hher- revival services at the Baptist church I to a healthy vigor Electric 'And

County Bonk and the pc.>Btom wtlodMI,8 Mnuatt and Mr. 11. S. for the past week, leave* for. his hom e Bitters. This medicine is : b. r i iInk. .

Fine paving brick will be used and Snerwo6d.. The party/ was ac- at St.'Petersburg' to-day.. purely jvegetable, acts by giving xc, \ .

will add greatly to the appearance 'companied by Cape and Mrs. Stanton II. C. Schmidt Superintendent tone to the nerve centres in the
'.of the same place. f stomach stimulates the ;;;;;; WE HAVE ALL THESE. e:
of the premises. :Messrs(Hull l and the E. Faber pencilworksof'CedarKey'pss : 1> gently .

Hitch are hustlers and believe in Mr. L..B. B. az and family, ofBoaz. ed through this cUyThurs-;; Liver and Kidneys, and aids these : -- .

improvements.The Ill., bave'arrived in the city and are day m route to his hom /from Jack. organs. in throwing off impurities We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. j
at Dirs..Moore's. Mr.Bo z has been engaged sonville. in the blood. Electric Bitters

cold of in the mercantile business and improves the appetite, aids digestion Office in Postoffice Building Call and See Us. 4
wave Wednesday Rev. J. .J. Edwards has been trans-
and is
was alo postmaster at Buaz. It WAS pronounced by those ,1
strawberries in this section. Fruit S. F. Gardiner and Col. W. T. Weeks First.M. E. church at D t.8nd. Mr.Edwardn blood purifier and nerva touic.j!EDWARD' MIDDLETON J. F. P McMUKRY, ]

and bloom upon all not.
I were killed The not w1l1nak.: his permanent home. P lineL: The Lawtey Church; will I bpttle at J., L, Gaskin's Drug I I (Successor to Andrews MIddleton) DGEARLEROIiCER.IES' '

growers are MnBoaz will move to the Mudge plate be supplied by Rev. Mr. Karl, of New Store. I 1 1I. FANCY A
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discouraged, however, for it will be York._. PROPRIETOR OF
i with) his family within a few days I.
but a few weeks before the plants I. .
The ADVOCATE:,.welcomes them to Capt. N. Pryor who has been<< conductor nH FIRM composed of N.W. Hackett and Sale -1 KEEP
Starke Feed and
will be blooming and bearing Bradford county.Mr. ( .. on the F. C. & P. night freight .name J. N..of T. Riteb.Bradford doing County bnslnpss Bank.under fans this th*firm day Livery, The Best and Freshest Stock i in>i Town. .

Again, and by the last of the month train been'dissolved by mutual consent X.W.Hack
J. Ni Booth "t < : was in the city yesterdayand -TRY .re.- ;.-
Logan port, ett retiring from the business and N. T. Etch ..
shipping? will be resumed. Ind.,'was In the city Wednesday phi : paid us! a pleasant call. Capt.. Pryor continuing the business as the Bradford County STABLES.r
I train Bank. N. T. Rltcb will pay all deposit* In
way to Augustine.. 'Mr.Booth has taken charge t-f the Jog and fall and
settle all.outstanding claims against
Cedar Key Gulf Coaster: H o0verBroL is in Florida for the purpose of .securing will shortly move hU family :-from, .the said I.:;Bank- Signed,N.T.EITCH. For JOB WORK Try us! i

? of Lako City, and brothers a location on which he will Fernan'dina to this city. N. W. HACKETT. Kf ADD: SECCS3-HAK3 BUSBIES [f'< TKZIMSAKD
Starke. Fa.! Jan. 18. t9lDISSOLUTION!! HARNESS FOR SALE. of Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk of this locate a colony of Indiana .people Mr. F.. H. Mulder-informed us this

I place, arrived 'Saturday from He l informed ADVOCATE man that morning that he had leased, 15' 'ncres NOTICE.. 1 :

Starke. .After week's visit here he had seen the: greater portion 61 of h-immock land on the A. 8. .B. & NOTICE Is. STERNBUEO hereby given&that CO..tbe of ten Stark of, Georgia Southern and Florida Railway

Florida_and'tha't. Starke and Brad, G. Railroad,on,which he will plantSumatra Florida said: !composed of J. U.Truby. S. ar
they;.will go by bpat to Braiden- ford county suited him better than tobacco, and had bought' ;J.-St / burg and E. Strong,has been this day Suwanee River Route to Flprida-1
I dissolved 'by mutual consent; 'M-Truby '
totIt will be remembered that any section he ha.I 'seen. 'In all one-fourth of an acre 'on' .which he and S, J. Sterabur; retiring from the firm. Time Table_No... GO.. .
.Tbe business of the firm of Truby. Sternbttrg r .
-:;: Hoover. Bros wen here during the probability Mr. Booth.wlll Miabllsh will build dry his colony nearStarke.Idrs. ,. all obligations due to or owing by s btorni, Scptembar,1896( in.whichthe''loEttrostof .' I Mr. A. G. Powell!, the ADVOCATE'S' be. settled by blm. J. M. TRUBY. 4 t7p 11 lOa 1128p'Lv... ...Macon. ..At'G.S.& *.... ;... <03a| 4Z7p 1110
E. STRONG.15C4 ; 147a'ar..... ... ..Cordele.. .. IVjU.a.k.j.. .. Mi Zlflp 820*
t their photographic C. G. McCormick, Misses : Ioc4: reporter& is somewhat, of a com- S./J. STERNfirRO.: 850p1U30P 712p 30 134p p '3 Malar. ..Tlftoo .. ..1fH. S. &F..1. :ISsI.r! 1255p e.,..
Dated this 8th day of January. 1898. ... .... ... .. ._. ,.
Grace 445a .--i5aa.r..Valdo t. .ITR.S.&F. .1030 1103* 5fe
and Alexz'na Elmore well muslelan.Mr. t
of Jack- S
outfit. '- I poser as AS a splendid : 11 Tiwp..... wr... ". ..Qultman.... .if'1'lan11J''Item.' ..... .1 i ,13&&
fontllle; Mis Katie Stephenson, of. Powell has compoied several 1:50aH..... ....... ar.. ..TtURoutTilier .. ...hiP1ant ] leSU-'I' *4bL 1'
; lOa .... .. ... .... BainbrMje..... 1gPhnt6 tein .. 't33* ',-
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Mr. ;'Thc, doTe Hudgins andY Knoxville, T nn., and the edlt-o"r songs, bit latest beiDga "vVry 'atcby -DRUG STORE.J. .- 6 00p a5ua ar. .. ... ..Jaster... ..Iv'G. S. & .!. "p. LSea .
:: 111111ams .formed that : ,I'ent'led "On MMManly ? : TOOplOOOp 6SOa'ar' .... ......LbkeCity... .. .. .Wt; S.:Z: K.. ..e=wi 858a.r. ,
Lf two
a .
widoiura1cft pleasant party stopped little coon
sons ...... o50s'ar..Palst'-a.' .. ivU.S.tF'! :: ;Sap: CtOa .
hustlers of Gainesville, are : dyer'at Waldo.for a few hours .Mon: ," which !). has Felt to thepabIIshera.Ed. r.... .. 3 Sop, 310a.lv'......... ..Tlfton..... :-: .::. ayatem. .. Uiitr' 12437!.. ,
deAfter I ft_ t! .,...1 5 4p 5 tCa'ar..... ....V/aTcro &.. .. .ll..u 81rt4m.aos..l 10 f:4:,..... .
m the c'ity.iti: the interest of the dining at the Waldo : ; i ...... .745p.: 7 :&r.... ...:.Jacksonville .... .-..,. nt m... 13l' t tcto&"f .-"
i House, the party took a delightfultrip 1 w--vtial.: ....... ..Jasper.. .... ..arl'1lazn8rtU1 --5-180! 10104. .,.
Frat rna14huon ,Lodge of America : out tI Lake'Ato: near Waldo Mr. A. J.. McArtur,a prominet: citizen i '- iP "... ."..."..f! .7 ltai: !ar...... ......LlveOi.145pjar .. .1rP1ant-S.Ie1D.;, ..,. .* llpf Sl&a>!. ...... "
returning of Gainesville wad a guest at the { ... ....... .. ...-.Lakeland.. ... .h' Plaat Sysieaa.. i : :: .... .. ,
aVsrganlzation) (that ia rapidly la time to tike the Cedar Key ,. ...-"f-....... SOOp'ar; :........T.unp&... .. .. 1 :Plant System: 800af! O:5pi., ..... .. '
I i Commercial: Hotel TjVVdnesdfay. He I ... 32Dp, 730aty. ....,........nrtoo..... .. 1\'P.&N.'! E.... .. .. CSOf.! 1JOOOperates *.. 4 '"
gaining; numbers all r over tho train. The Misses Elmore, tw? 01 i has recently; ,tented: ,refrigerator. I, .. 430p_ 1150a'ar...._.......ntzseraU.. .. .. ..1-T.&N.I.; ... SUq93ua." .. 1

Union. Lodges of this order havein Jackson ville's most fair and beautiful car for th purpose ofdeliveringfruit' : Pullman Buffet Sleepers the year round between >"ash"ille. ,

beeDtQrganized Gainesville, Paletka daughters were en.route to'vUlt .rela at the Northern markets M afresh 'as I I Tenn., and Jacksonville., via Macon and Tilton.I ;
tlvesittKnapaha. Miss Stephenson, r Operates Pullman Sleepers between Atlanta and BrutiirwJcV', via Macon '
ii had been gathered and for
Ocala, Waldo, and in fact inmost one of the belle's of the'.mountain they just L. GASIONS, and Tifton, tnakluir direct connection H Uh boats to,and from St.Simons.'

of the prqjainent towns in :. region, was on be- way ,fr9Z.1tCo less money thap formerlyBev.1L -DEALER IN- -Operates It#own !Sleeper* between Macon and Palatfca 'na O. S. k F. '

the 'tatp.e3a andTTilliatas ] rlile to visit her irleti ,' tt b nJJ"F A. Clouts:(; pffaclied( hTstorwell Direct line FirzgeraJd,Soldiers Colon.: ', via: 'f Iftor. -.. "
; ?& udgt s DRUGSSIMEDIdNESIrtt. .'&Iwpo-J'I Train runs -Jail.:, except Sander, and- jll ,taak.f 1" cs' Jccat
ibo B )
serinon church .

itTthe CormIck.nd. broth-r,. 'tire !t her, last also! This closed the revival STAR ,.FLA. ', !y.,C. n.;L. t. E'.4. R,. I.unlH iOJ'rt-l': r _f i"; .
css men ; ptt and ..!'h\Q1d.. -w.nt to .CdnrKe. !, tSn fad 'tre'that nas' ..bfii "In, per;;ess at- Ut I 22 Kiuib&ll!, A t.! :,.c t.G 3. LP1bf1lh qL' .11=,;k c vjiie J ...L
and jto, doUbt. trill. ; r cQ:r.. h.-'. .. ** [r-. ':. P.1":"" oai 1 "m- I hu? to!',tM 1'8"t 'ten d'1'!s Mcch !11t:; :s.'?: ca;:om Caefaw Co:1pottn: C. B. KJIOUW, !:.. P. A. l1ac. nO''-- ;;.ti :. "' !f ..--'fJ'',..
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