The Florida weekly advocate
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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: February 8, 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
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System ID: UF00086620:00117

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I Official Directories. COUNTY HAPPENINGS Gold,.-..,-standard question may gain GENERAL NEWS.FRO8I Williamson Streets. This was cony commenced to fall the .,

.some valuable inform tion..bYw tt ft- not damaged by fire at all, but musicians became panic-strick

STATE. 'to -- -- tending, as some able speeches are ::.' ..."....t t+ was wet through and through, en, and seizing ""their instrn- '

Governor.W'm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS. OF LOCAL,I INTEREST..AND GENERAL' ,expected from both sides of thequestion. / HERE I THERE AND EVE-, and it is expected that the ments, made a dash for the 1-
Secretary Stue.J. 1.. Crawford. RYWHERE.
.Comptroller II. Reynolds. ) / s Cater destruction to the hardware door. The immense. crowd, '

i Treasurer. J. B. Wbltfleld.AttorneyGeneral.. Win Lamar.ComrnUslouer Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. Elder J; B. Davis delivered an Synopsis. ,of a Week's Important Events. will be as bad.as that of followed. Several police of-" _

of Agriculture, L. B. Lake Butler. ,interesting sermon at the Schoolhouse f fire. Conklin carried about ficers stationed at the door
Wambwell.'Snperintondent. .
Sunday morning at 11 o'- REFRIGERATOR CARS threw it shut and held it
of Public Instruction Tho Ep,,"'orth' League > it this $75,000 insurance. ,
W. N. Shcata.. clock, but owing to a misunderstanding -
the terror-stricken
place is progressing cely. To'be Provided for Florida Captain John Flannery lost against : oc-
SCPKEiffi CoCKT.Clitef I p
J'ustlce.n.: F..Taylor, .about the date only a few Strawberry Shippers. two brick buildings, valued at cupants, thus preventing a calamity .
Justices.,' Mil ton'H.MJbray: > F.. ,B -. Messrs. Dub08b.arid I Reeves were had the pleasure of listening tJo I 1 1I
: and crush in the
..: Times-Union and Citizen $8,000 no insurance. narrow ,
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Carter. >- -1, !. in town Saturday on business.. him. .
COUNTY.State ., ,.I The Florida. Central & Peninsular Herman Myers lost a build stairway. 01 the thirty per-
Miss Lilian has returned *
Senator. A.'Crosby.RepresentatJven LD. Wall.and.E., Hampton. ; Railroad and the Plant ing, used as the stable of the sons in the gallery Krusie alone .
home finished her schoolat
having Mr. B. of Zif in
Cason, .
F.-Ward. the Savannah sustained serious : All
System are providing Grocery Company, injuries. '
Zit .
Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd. town Saturday.Mr. .
TaxAssessor:; W.J: Epperson. : .So.uttiern. Express Company valued at $5,000, fully insured. the others, however, were pain- .
Treasurer;E. S. Matthews. *. The farmers are getting ready Arthur Bird, Louise was "\tcith .equipment of modern Six loaded with fully bruised.
an freight cars
of Circuit Court Col.! W. F. \ }
Clerk ,
for the planting season which will
at church here, rijghf.t tDa' .
Week .' I Sunday : refrigerator' cars, constructed hay were entirely destroyed,
Sheriff; B,'B.Denmark. soon l be hero. :, rl Sensible Advice.
Counts Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. "* I -v .. ...? .11 workimf.. .. Ttfti. ior f s}>ecial.use on fast passen- most of them belonging to the
Superintendent of Public Instruc- Mr. Lemuel News mp, of Provi- Santa! see cemetry next: Friday; ger vehicle Georgia: & Alabama Railroad. The following sensible and at

tion,1'County. D.Judge Shell.) J. R. Richard. dence, was in Lak Butler last Mr;' Ben -:]Torrid, of )Pa'latkaf Is combine the most effective This loss was about $4,000. this time most appropriate advice w

Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. Tuesday on business; visiting his parents at this:plico. methods and valuable recipe for
G, Geo. A. Gardiner. Mr. J. Hi York left ]$Ionday for for affording de The hay and wharf were in- !
County Commissioners,Ju Dr. E.A.
J. d. Crews, D. W. ClyattCITY. Normal school I this summer.Mr. for; Hawthorne, where he' has aq- dition, and will prove a great I known., Clearwater Press, and itis

cepted a. > ositfon. -- boon; especially to shippers of I. The loss of Dixon, Mitchell from one of the reliable farmers ....
R. B. Strickland and
Maynr A.I.. von Gardii.er.Kirn. haste moved to.Butler.. They are Mr. and Mrs. F. Mz"Williams, of strawberries to extreme Eastern & Co., on lumber, was about of that section. The farmer

Clerk.Assessor! George, .1'. \\'. Sweat. occupying tbe Townsend cottage Alachua: attended the funeral of
Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. oil Deekle street. little Jack Williams. less cost to the grower than surance. Two other brick The cold snap we have just :
Marshal J. P. Benuet.
Night Policy, J N. Joms. musicale Master John Manire, who has has Heretofore\ been chargedfor buildings were damaged to the passed through is but a further. .

Aldermen, F R. Morgan. EdwnrdJlddlotun There was a at the home been visiting his father at Mead- strawberries extent of about $1,000 fully i admonition to our people to
) J. M. Truby, X. W. Hack- of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Rives I lastSaturday _. -
ett Abd J. \V. HIcks. ows, returned home Sunday. in rigerator boxes." sored rThere :cultivate their farms with a
evening, to the delight of
.. Mrs. Clarke and children have Experimental trips with these seems to be no question view more to home-sustaining;
Church Directory. our young people. n: (
at rreaejit.Prayermeetlng returned from a. pleasant v>.it to cars have satisfactorily: demon- but that the fire was of incendiary it is well enough to raise a few
Presbyterian, no
pastor "
.every Wednesday Mr. J. R.York, the efficient prin Mrs. C.'s sister, at LaCrosse.: strated their utility, and sh p- origin. There have vegetables and small fruits for --
wetilng at 7 o'olock. Sunday school cipal of Vanderbilt school, was in :
every Sunday morning at9 u' lock. our city Saturday shaking hinds $; Rev. \V. F. :Malphurs filled his pers have realized higher prices been: eight or ten fires within : the northern market, but let it

Baptist, Rev. O.r. Lcitneiy pastor. with his ,, friends. .- regular appointment at the Baptist for their products in Northern the last two we ks, and nearlyall be secondary. Raise potatoes,

.Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. !, any church Saturday and Sunday.Mr. markets than heretofore. obtained of them have been startedin chufas and hogs. Make your ..
Thursday evenIng
Prayermeetlng .
Mrs. Walter Townsend is slowly
at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every and Mrs; P. J. Hutson, of .*., hay. There is considerable own meat,: syrup, sugar rice,
Sunday: morning at 9:30 o'clock. convalescing! at her home at Town-
'- Temple's Mill l was recently the It is confidently expected talk: of firebugs; and there is a corn and-hay and have some to
Method( Rev. J. Hendry, pas. Bend's still. Her friends
guest of her parents, Mr.: and Mrs.E. that these firm belief in. the minds .
tor. Services every Sunday mornIng are hopeful of her recovery. refrigerator expresscars .of sell.A ..
and Wednesday evening.evening Prayermeeting at 7 o'clock.every C. Wornn.Miss will supersede all previous ; everyone that these were tjie i I horse fed on rough rice
Miss Belle Proctor the able assistant -
Sunday nchool every Sunday morn- .. ,!I : Estelle Broadway, one ofnamptan's methods of transporting the origin of the fire. once a week will never get
Ing at 8:30 o'clock. of Vanderbilt, returned .
popular young sanded.As .
of Floridato
perishable products
ti Episcopal, her.. F. R. Ilolemnn, ibme last Friday, having finisheda ladies, is visiting relatives at-'fca-' SIX FIREMEN. KILLED.
y clergyman In charge.. Services every: successful term of school at the other States, and prove ben a help to my fellow farmers I

o'clock.Und and 4fh SundAy Sunday acJi"afternoon'! tcier&i&in.: ae.3-30 above named place;: ....-'-- _.< -:= .-. .Crosse." -,---::< .-' .- .... icia'I*alike toy the shipper and ,They. Lose. Th liives in a I give myunfailmgrrecijjer) i .

day'nf ternoon at 2 o'(. ock:-. Mrs. Bessie Knight and Miss Es- carrier. ;, :{: Boston Fire. for curing meat. After killing .

ChriAtlau, no pastor! nt present.Prayermeetlng Say: girls, what do you think of tello Broadway were visitors at The new cars will be sent at. Boston, Feb.. 5.=Sixfiremen, let it hang for two hours then
everyVtuepduy those two boys who, ,had to boiclped
week and
!ve"ingftt 7 o'clock. Sunday school from the table at the Starke one day were once to all points from which including a 'district chief, a cut into four pound.pieces drop:
o' up of their friend Miss
every Sunday morning at $::3Q the guests ,
clock. log rolling the other day, because Cora Sessions. shipments of strawberries are captain and a lieutenant, were into a 40 gallon barrel of cold

they: had gormandized too much? expected, andspecial messen- killed at a fire here this morning water 100 pounds of the meat;

PROFESSIONAL .DIRECTORY.j 'They could not work in the after- The many friends of Mesdames gers will accompany same to which burned out the interior and let it soak 3 hours, then -

noon,and it seems as if the dinnerwas Alexander Manier and Daughteryare destination.The ; of a five-story buildingon spread and let it dry for an
know that
: to they are
all the attraction. rejoiced railroad companies and Merrimac street, occupiedby hour. Make a mixture of 20
improving, wo regret
School oponod hero again last the express company deserve G.Y.. Bent & Co., manufacturers ; Ibs. of salt, 10 lbs. sugar, 1 02.
:, FLA.: that Mr. Allen is no better at this
---- Monday with a good attendance writing. success ,for this additional of beds, bedding etc. : salt petre and 2,oz. pulverizedred

Office atOaskin'sDrug: Store. Prof. T. B. Hartig is principal; and enterprise in" promoting the in- The dead are : District pepper. Pack in a tight .

: A.L. SCOTT. M. D., Miss Ollio Hage is assistant. This Little Jack Williams who has terest of the grower and the Chief John F. Egan, Captain barrel, first a layer of the mix-

...... been sick for several I days, passed
speaks well for our burg. Our State. James Victory, Lieutenant ture then one of meat until it

STAHKE, FLA. people are to be congratulated on away Thursday evening-gone to George J. Gotwald] Hoseman is all packed, place a weight on
Little Jack
the angels. was
Office at Giusldn's Drug Store.tTLJ1 securing the services of these faith- join too pure and sweet to stay hero. SAVANNAH FIRED. Patrick H. Disken, Fireman top, set i in a cool place and it ,

I* STEWART. M. D-, ful, painstaking teachers. John J. Mulhern and Hoseman will require no further atten- .:1
budded earth
He was c nly on .,
THROAT ,. Loss all Told Will Aggre- tion. .
+EYE, EAR bloom in Heaven ; tho sweetest \V. J. 'Valsh.Four .
!Sampson City. gate 8125OOO.Savannah .'.,
STARK: FLA. other firemen
first. were
flowers are plucked Mr. F. C.
Mr. J. T. Manier, of Starke: was a prominent
Co. Ga., Feb. G. buried in the ruins but they
Office at Starke Drug druggist of Lynchbury Va.
visiting friends here last Wednesday says: '
T VOWEL, M D.PHYSICIAN ., Fire at Aiken. Savannah's epidemic of fire escaped with more or less "One of our citizens was cured of ;

; AND SURGEOH: evening. continues. At 7 o'clock this serious injuries. They are : rheumatism of two yearn stand.

STARKE, FLA.Ove I Dr. A. P. Smith was paying: : his Charleston, S. C., Feb.t 6- evening, damage to the extent Captain Joseph M. Carrity, iug, by one bottle of Chamberlain's :

I res.nxperlence- In Diseases s of weekly visit to his recovering patients A special to the News and of $125,000 was caused by a Hoseman Thomas E. Conway, Pain Balm The liniment

WOUICQ thirty and DrIUt ChUdrca. Office. Slarlft'Jompany. I here Friday. v I Courier from Aiken, S. C., conflagration that started in a Hoseman T. J. Doherty and is famous for its cures of rheumatism ',j

-- 0-t\R.J. O. HAYNES Mr. Peel], of New River, was in says : I! warehouse on the wharf at the Hoseman Edward Shea. Lieu- ; thousands have been delighted .;

| .DENTIST. our city Sunday afternoon. There The Highland Park Hotel at foot of Jefferson Street. The tenant John J. McCarty, of with the prompt relief j

: must be.some special attraction.Mr. Aiken was destroyed by fire Protective I was slightly which it affords. For sale by J.
warehouse ,
STAUKE, FJ4 "RIDA. was filled with hay,

Office at residence on South Street. : S. J. Prescott, Sam peon'! early this morning. The flames there being about 1,000 bales, bruised by failing bricks.A L. Gaekina.

Teeth extracted painlessly by means of local enterprising merchant, was pur- started somewhere in the laun-
ftnast&etiC! *. All kiuda of dental work done at and there were six cars stand- To Oar Cmtomera.Chamberlain's .
reasonable charge chasing goods in Starko Thurs- dry, on the ground floor, and I Balcony Gives Way.
ing on a side-track right at Cough Remedyis
.E.BUGQ ,day. gradually crept up through the
rpHOS. hand[ ,. all loaded with hay. Chicago, Feb. 6.A panic the best cough syrup ire have

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Mr. J, M. Henderson, the photographer building. The loss is $140,000, The fire started in the hay in among 200 dancers was narrowly ever used ourselves'or in onr

STARKE,*FLA. of Starke, was I here last with insurance of $98,000.One the warehouse, and had burst averted last mid-night at families. W. H. King, Isaac P.

Office! at Residence-OB Cherry Street: week, making pictures of the hundred and sixty-eight- into a large, bright conflagration the North Shore Hall. Thirty 'King and many others ia this vicinity ":'

t -. ---- -- veneering mill.Professor guests were sleeping in the by the June the alarm was spectators were crowded intothe have also pronounced it

HIGH-SCHOOL DOTS. T. B. Hartig, of the place, but they had no troublein turned in. little balcony watching the the beat. All we, want is for peopleto

Lake Butler Bulletin, was crossing getting away with their try it and they will be convinced. -
examination is dance. The became
'V el1!,; hc a thing The fire communicated itselfto supports

.of tho. ast, and a great burden is palms with his many friends here baggage. several brick buildings loosened and slipped back to Upon honor, there is no
i on better' wo have ever triedand .
Park Hotel
'Yednesdsnight. The Highland :
of soven.1
lifted iroin tho the wall. The balcony sank
(,f twouldn't'scholars who thought they ,Mr. Raymond Prescott and sister was one. of the best known of allowing the spectatorsto many .. ,...
fthree badly,
feet '
a t twenty away, an< of BLAKE & SON, General Merchants ..
page. Mies[ Fay Prescott, have gone the Southern winter resorts, .
slide to the .
them topsy turvy Tunnel Va. Sold J. L. :
: football eleven Prof. the .. were entirely gutted. Big by .r'.. .
Tic! high-school to, Lake Butler to attend ; and was improved to extent polished floor. ". : -: .
Gaskins. ...
I There was $5,000 worth of .
ia in good condition and will .soon T Hartig's school. They, will be I of $60,000 this season. t When the creaking and pull- -
.. lumber on another wharf nextto ;
ball. missed.
Rood much
be ready to play very Bncklon'o Arnica 8 T8.
makes good/centre- I' Gardiner n Mrs. Maggie Powell, who has The Beat he in the world"for-: ..
team.. the Hon. Jeff B. Brown, destroyed. The firemen foughtthe the balcoDwas falling, the ?* --
l.ack on. the football been.stppin: here with her moth-: : number of Cuts, Bruises: Sorer, Ulcr, Salt- .t
oflKey? West wiirbe Mr. Pascg's large persons gathered !
mado so quiet flames bravely, but the fire
Dam what you er7 since her return from Macon, underneath quickly Rheum,Fever Sores, T tUr, Chap tf .t
morning? strongest opponent before was in a difficult place to get
Friday has returned to,her home in Starke Hands Chilblains Corns, udall '.
ped ::
( ,like to.go for the U. stampedd towared the centr 1 I
Port r.Vby don't you her sister Miss the next legislature at, ,and the destruction was Skill
by ad
accompanied :
Eruptions, potitirely Ntr
for chal .when the Professor sends r S. Senate.-Tampa Tribune.We portion ,bf the hall, leaving ;
1 consequently greater.The f
,. Lizzie Drydfen. t tares Piles, or no pay required. It,. .
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you? Joseph Krusie behind. Krnsie,,I
heaviest ] of
loss that
Who is the girl i ito who don't. like Owing to the extrome cold weather are closing out our stock of was ca'aght by the.falling timbers i U guaranteed,to givt J> rf sat atisf ..,.. tw''"'

see her uame in'.tho: *,paper 7.Tim :- ..the. meeting of the Debating/ Dress Goods, Clothing, Etc., in Charles Conklin & Co., of Atlanta was action'or money nfcn&d. Prica .
and had his side crushed
: ADVOCATE reporter stettedr' ciety was postponed. until, next order to make room for our immense who carried a 8100,000 't.. -. 25 cent-psr'ooL- .... .
the v in. ;* J
the:high-school Monday, to get stock of hardware in a brick 'c" \
Wednesday night. Everyone in- stock of Spring goods. For sale at J. L. Gavin's Dreg

:athati'asiea\ of thoseffho! ': pntoed' "the' exx- 't tervsteil ''in. the Free. Silver and The, Vo!. Hcynea building, at Montgorr.eicy nnd .As the ..north. end of the bal Siorl' .

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Florida Scmi-W eeMy._Advocate. Patriots Spurn Bribes.- mountain resort**,' the seashore, HAl I.ROA.DS.

Spain will not triumph in in and along the ,highway. Do CANDY
,-"::'- Cuba by the means by which something for progress,and de- CATHARTICCURE .

STARKE- ?* '- !LORIDA.at she regained: her authority! in velopm ntif nothingb'utty.ik.Metropolis. > \ patirend :rifiiI of. .
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tiiPhilippi ne Islands;; namely, : y; ( .
Jntered; the postofflce at Starke, Florida ? ,,' : }:, ,,' TARKE LORI A.
M second-class mall! matter.! bribery "' Gen Blanco/has :AN G A'
made 'extraordinery-:..efforts to ;!:-:-- i tO\,: h0. 1 dllolty. nes1 8,. ra. for LaCrose.
ONE DQILARA 'YEAH. To Kill the President and CONSTIPATION Brlntley and intennedlatejpotets.- Ttot tRia.
bribe the Cuban generals cdniiacff'witfc the G. S. &**, al Sampson.
,-His,Cabinet, -- -- 4 fur PaUtka. Macon and inter mediate-
: Junction
TEXAS 'HODGES., leavethe' island. "He offered E .

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. to'provide a steamer to transport Washington :D. Cij Februj ,iOc' 4 ALL' points.(jO f Satar, : .ays and,'uftdsy*-enlj.- Xa'e .-
2Sc 50c 5:30 ,.ia. for-LaCrosse, Brlntly and inlermert-
5r-Wylie Childers .United. DRUGGISTSt3. i
Gen..Gomez ._
and his family -
: tate points,connecting at ;Smi* x>'Juncrion.
of Georgia has to 'States ,< district,attorney of.NevMexico forPalatka.Macon and intermediate ponl: .
The port to which he -
any --
governor -O-nJ: .. _. -- ,-:--_ -- __ U "Q.5.seedC- Iea.YeStlU'ko: 1:00: a.m.
returned from, Mexico and might desire to go- and to give has. warned:Attorney for LACrosse-BrtlkIcy and interpifdi"

General! Grigg that : secrer6v joints. This train Is daily except Sund.i!. .
him r
plead guilty to the charge of a sum.of money sufficien: till'
I X HO- 2.antres Starke p.m.daily. -
having attended a bull fight on for the, support of himself and pmizutkii.known? ':- !;i" Atnqf; I $2,000wthdr RO-4"arrives a; I;Urfc ut 9:3tkp., in. 8"t.\ls .

:was for the can Patrutii.Ltrign I : lJ:; r;aiiJh i days and Sundays paly;
Sunday. His excuse that family remainder of : NO.6.second cla3 ,arrlt't"s.at, StarUe. ZGis.

they do ,not have bull fights on their lives., The_ ,reply of Gen. headway in thai ivgiom! TU ,' $- -$- -& $- "1 -Ei' : m. DaUjTeicepiSunday., r' ,

week days. Gomez was a, dignified refusal, oath of ihemlJerslnp : provides) This, paper announces in connection with The ,Atlanta, Weekly -' 5OEo.roWs-ETT, S SurkoVla.,Gen. RQ- t

fW' conveyed in ]language calcu- that each member slit-Jl:: equip' Constitutution,! ,_a new, offer in ,,-which.,everyone may have a chance, ARTHUR MEI38,Gen..KSTT.Jacksonville. Fla: ._

to supply the missing word in this sentence: -- -.... ---
who lives" here himself with .a rifle and be !
When _a man lated'tb bring a blush\ of shameto .... : 1 I,

goes 'to cursing Florida, the the, cheek of Gen. Blanco. ready:: for emergencies. End'. ; s---- t:;C &: pjll 111&

good citizens ought to take' him The insurgents cannot be member is pledged! proceed 1 .hAT FIRST IT WAS CON ..ILERED'BL? ;

down and'make him sing, Fm reached ,by bribes.' '''The Span- on'' orders: to accomplish] the tTHE '_c x __' AS A GOOD OMEN." __ NORTHEAST, ; WEST

Going Back to Ge >rgia;" and cards will _not be able to re, death of' the! President and his -" : ,

then: they"ought-to 'lethim, up, establish their authority in ,cabinet by the use of dynamite... : The sentence Is 'taken from a well-known publication. The AND K8E1YAIS,'.- OF TKJilHS

show him the road and tell Cuba until theyhave! conquered A 4 part, of the programme. word Is a familiaihoSe iinf( it may readily suggest itself. DEPARTURES

him to "git."-Sumpter Co. the 'insurgents and 'that: they become enlisted i in .
they IDu. t.

Citizen. make ,better progress towards, :: the: National. ., Guard, of' Nev'Mexico. ,. '.\ : > gntesfRJ.1rEnds? [ s Marc 1 198.J' STARKE FLA,'
; leaves S:19 ,
The statement 1)9'; NO-O.dally. p. m. tor'-IU
accomplishing that object than ;;.. points North and Weht. connectinff at J8C'

'The following is a rccen they have yet made. Sjpaig.is! created a profound. s sensation "' .> ._ > _-. sonvUle witb through sleeper for New York.
Cincinnati and intermediate points.-
rulingby the state comptrollerthat here. TO EMtE 1HIS.COHTES\"O MUST SUBSCRIBE FOR 1M.
steadily growing weaker and -..' : NO14. leaves 5:12! a. m daily 'forsam
those who': re interested .' points named above.carrylai tlmiu h sleeper
the United
States arege.tting Tampa and Intermediate points In New York.
in houla make a note of: tired of keeping a watch upon: Progress of Electricity.In connecting at Jacksonville with train...from

"The! exemption allowed by the'last fifteen years about Macon Atlanta Cbatianooga and all point
their people to prevent them north and wejt, aL-:u with trams for wrst
law'for. widows can' only be from ,$35bOO000; lias been ,invested, Florida Pensacola.Mobile,New Orleans.. Texas
-; ,fitting put filibustering .Mexico and California points.,_ ,- '
allowed in connection with the in 2,750 electric light central
expeditions and sending, arms ",( 3 IN CONNECTION WITH NO. 13 leaves 11:58.p. ecu with.connection' -
assessment for the current'year, stations. the United States I r from: all points and dlvLsion&: Tnrouirtx sleeper
and ammunition, to the. insur, from New York. p .'.. ._.. .
and then only in such cas s as and during the same perioisome THE FLORID.VEE'KIJY ADVOCATE N 0- 9 leaves 1O:5a.m..with throulli sleeper -
gents. I. ; ,
to :the .- $250,000,000 has been in: connections from ali poiats nortb.,. west and.;*
are presented assessor )I -
But insurgents shqw,no all pointsJn the state. / *
before the assessment is made, vested in about 8,000 issolatea LOW PRICE OF $1'50 For the best map of the state, sleeper
," signs of weakening. ,Gen., Gomez ',
other information call on orwrite. to -
This shows the \
and in which the enormous
., necessary D.U1 JEN. Agent,
claims that they are as In connection with this Clubbing Rate, we will, if you send your .
of the electric Sta.kc.11a: -
affidavit has been taken and development ;
strong, now as they were when guess .with the subscription price, forward all .for you and thus N, S.PcnalngtolV.lt '_, ..
__ business. an
subscribed to. A light In probability A.(X MacDonell. O. P. AV ;<1'
the insurrection began. Their .GIVE YOU ,A CHANCE AT THE MISSING WORD FUND .... ,
Jaktvile.'b.! ;! *
- S : there are 5ti111eft p oplt. -
v >
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The year T898 will have jts ranks are: kept full; and theyrhave who talk of electricity being IL At.the end of period covered by this contest The Constitution will payout '
am41e supplies or :? to the successful party or parties the tull prize amount that has accruedIn ASK :: -
share oiiio1itcs Governorsare arms its but doubt tits the contest. The plan is simple and these contests have become S<) r\.r \t
infancy, any as popular and have been conducted with such absolute fairness to all that S .... .q
and ammunition.How :
be 'elected in Alabama ontgl'o\\'n'the\ they have been widely copied after,,but none have become'equal to'The : ':
to '
having juye -
; Constitution's great, original: .series.
will it be Ifefore
long '
Arkansas-California, Connecticut nile stage is setat rest by SOUK i IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION HAS PAID$6,000 OUTx "BOSS* TICKETS -
the end will be reached? TNt '
,Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, ligures which have been latfclxcompilecl'in --_NEARLY ; IN CASH
one cansay:: ; with anY: decree;,pi ; VIA
branchesof B
Maine. Maryland, :Massachusetts the various 'in these missing"'word''contests:! It'sets aside 10 per cent ot the subscrip .:;
certainty, but unless the insurrection .: tion lund received from subscribers guessing at the misting word and ,
:Michigan, Nebraska, the art. For example, ther, this fund is given to the successful, guesser or guessersin the contest.
is put down within a The fund b distributed with absolute fairness and the fact that The
NewiHatnpah ire'Nevacla, New are 65,000,000() telegrams, seni Weekly Constitution has MORE THAN 150,000 subscriber and that It :'
few mdnths, the United--States puts aside 10 per cent from all guessers' subscriptions for this distribution -
Jersey, North Dakota, Oregon, every year in the United 'Sth'te:. fund' shows that.the amount, to be divided at each interval Is large ,
will proba6ly take a decisive enough to be worth striving for. It is not a catch-penny or a deceit. Jacksonville
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and in the same time the telephone i1PJJ ful proposition, hut the p'anIs open and simple and IS ADMITTED: to
towards about the matin by th..l'nlt Offlre Department a meritorious contest.
Sou th': Carolina, Tennessee, step exchanges of the cOllniI), a.-The book from which the nentenoe Is taken Is deposit In .tsfety vault,under teal and wBI be
pea e-. They have already losta > opened at the clew of the contest Ufore a cooipttent committee,which moke the award aft r BO examination -
Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming. take care of 750OOOOO'( telt of tbe sobucrlptlon books. .,
,vast amount .of trade. besides In one of these contests there waa only one successful guesser..
: Bh .Island.irillVsrote phobic conversations. The nuiuoerof who received more than tl.OOO; and In addition to this in one year $5,000 AND _
being put to great pense. to ... has been d stributed among successful guessers.
for governor in.April, Alabama (e. incandescent lahips burning Remember that whether the missing word Is supplied or not it costs
the from nothing to guess. and even though not successful the guesser gets THE
in August, Arkansas in September jDreyent departure; in America is about 20DOO-; .-
4 .their shores of ,ys.seishostile THE GREATEST OF ALL WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS FOR ONE YEARKeep -
'and October and the number of
Georgia 000, art:
that !n view and send your guess with your clubbing subscription I
to Spain. will not
They continue _
and he other. states mentionedin lamps reaches nearly a million.i for your home paper and The Weekly. Constitution. J1T1&K1L.

November. : ,>S?- .very much ;longer, to subr The motors already turi1'edou, Should you already be, a )subscriber- ,to your S home paper, remit $tto'

f suit to the present condition, : this papef for The Weekly Constitution for one year, and it
estimated 00J00. The
: are at .
will be forwarded to The Constitution with "
affairs. your guess. '
One of, 1 The
our9ntemporories. investments in mining plants is

remarks :that the newspaper Gen..13Iapco.. would, never put at $100,000,000; and in eJec] The Constitution guarantees that the amount of the award will Jacksonville -

field is wide and full of ,thorns have: attempted to ,bribe Gen. not be less than $500 in cash, and Jt may be as much as $2,000.
cal transmission
and.ro eB. .: ,If ;you; roast, the Gomez and other insurgent '$50OOOOOO., All1'told, the capItal THE WORLD. Itll..a TWELVE-PAGE, SEVEN-COLUMNS-TO-THE-PAGE

.smiles." generals if .he had not, felt. that' : NEWSPAPER, containing EIGHTY-FOUR.COLUMNS every week. It has no Key West
ungodly tA e preacher
,, ; in the varioucelectrical
represented asa
:: equal Weekly Newspaper' in America; its news reports cover the world, and

:If you ;rpatthe.:; :preacher, the Spain must do something at, industries to-day is its correspondents and Western Siatea.AS aud agents. we to be found in almost every bailiwick- of the South. Railway

once to restore her authority ia ern ..... "
ungodly amile. If you'roast fully up to n ooo90OOO,. and A MAGAZINE It prtnts more matter than\la ordinarily found to any maxlne to the eouotr,. A North 1 .; : '.
Cuba the in AfiAN EDUCATOR 1 It to tBchoolbooatln Itself;year's reading of TbeOootltatlonhiUbenU ---
or give island dac: Uoa.
the saloon the teetotaler up ;
man, it i is stated on safe authority ITS SPECIAL FEATURES commend it eapecUlly to every farm home in America. and .
smiles and when roast the the very. near future. It looks ITS FARM: AND FARMERS' DEPARTMENT: Its W.ramn'. Department Its CkJ).
you i that in the main, all this capital dren'c Department are aU under able direction,and are specially attractive to UIOM to whom South Line
now as if she would have to these departments are addreesed. Tb ConsUtuUcn bi Democratic in Policies, and It I. a
the saloon
teetotaler, man is earning well and much,ofit beartr advocate the principle. ennnefated la the National' Platform .f tile Party. Throughthe '

smitearand sets "'em up. If you give up the island. Even her handsomely. It is estimated .
swearj:'you :tire a very. wicked' autonomy does not that at least 2,600,000 peopje -

r if you a afford her any comfort; it is Ten Per Cent of theGuessers'"Subscrip THE CONSTITUTION( PUTS 1O PER CENT of the amount HEART
man pray are
; you ., ,, ? in the United States are directly racrives for mitacrlpttona from parti' entering the Mining Word Con
test Into A fund tor distribution among those who DAm correctly the
hypocjileyif; ., you don't, you practicaily a -Savannah or closely dependent tions goes to the missing! word. II only one contestant ,;eta&be right! word he or aha
upon Fund to be divided.'wll. )be given lbs entire fund. If more than one supplies the ml8&.ll1lI :
are a nonentity.Tup preacher Morning News. word.the same will be proportionately divided among the laocenroiguewer -
electricity for their livelihoodand I In other words if this '*. -

knowj p.ije' thing, the sinnerknoajotbtrbut Subscription i Fund TUE CONDITION' : PltrCEDENT FOR SENDING: A GUESS ofFLORIDA.
sustenance.Bennty amounts to $20,000 the )
; at Mhalng WordIsthat each and rreiy cues most be accompanied '
? the journal. Talkfor Home. for this period then by a years sub crtptlon to The Weekly Con tltuUou. U sent .
Ia Blood Deep. ,. through the paper pobltohfng) thto advertisement in Acceptance of our
: the fund to go to.the clubbing otter the guess at the miaaing! word will be forwarded. Tb
ist ts suppose, il toknow, every. While visitors are with us Clean blood means a clean skin. J>fo successful' I guesser gnen most be Knt.with. the ubBcrtptlon. Should one person ien t
beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic I more than one answer,he or the will be.entitled to a share of the fund
thin,? but he, don't by a jug- talk up your town and State. clean your blood and keep clean, In- would be $2,000. for each correct answer. There will be no capital prize-everyoa* Write the General Pusenger'
will get a first prize. Persons may guess u many time as they send Agent for information.
full. Florida and her merit stirring up' the lazy liver and driving all impurities h S S C S S S S subscriptions
people ,
: from the W. B. Gen'l '
body. Begin to-day tcbarn5h IN MAKING TOUR ANSWER you need not write the sentence out In foil-Just M7 the XiIIlDe COPIH, SQpt.
all the good things you can say .pimples, boil fc blotches, blackheads, Word for the above particular period(designating It) to-____"_ *
and that sickly bilious G.D.ACKERLY.Gfta'IPass.JACKSONVILLE. .
Several ot1hF1oi. : "a,,:,nejvsr.' about them. : Cascareta-beauty1or complexion ten cents.All by taking drug- : ..--..._..._ADDRESS ALL CLUBBING OttDERS TO--__.... Agt.J t
paper 'haviererronepus.ly.statedthe ]: .Commend to strangers; 'its T FLORIDA SEMI-WEEKLY ADYOCATE. ,. "" '4St-I If ...

: fact concerning!! the ,dec.tioiI -; present advantages andfuture':- A tew (days ,agd \\while-. S. ,r' ,

t t-j > *- : Martin,:was:. digging a,well in his .. 'f f MS CALL !
:.Xov pec.. r4n'thi state this possibilities. -
year,. f ay i|UB vFJoridian.-! Theofflcesio Encourage wliat;13 commend- '1'tobacco:patch "at ,Ocala, he struck 1- 2'. I
: ". something 'and ,
t.table. very upon PATThRNSp
? aiUed astfollo .
f>! ] are r; .investigation. ( be found[ what he DO YOU WRITE 1 "

Two ppngresn\en-' ; t\vo ';justicesof I -, Purchase' your godds at h'm j .tbou ht. to be a 8p rkll11 (pitca of IF SO WRITE'RIGHT. I "THE STYLISH PATTERN.0 Ar

the.'.aupreme.T-otirt; (one for; Stimulate local' -industries. : ,I glasa. He took it to ,the house at .' tistic. .FasfilonaBfe.Prices'1O and Original 1C, cents.PerfectFtttiflf. -.

twa lilt 'the "- in -l; I noon! cleaned it thoroughly! ; when, S Nonch1btt. None better
yearsJttf vacancy, Speak, a spirit: of pride of] at any price.
1 be came; to the conclusion that it Some reliable merchant sells them ia!
ciusd vbjihd:!: resignation of our industrial and. commercial was.a' diitmo d. :He tried itforfa '. r nearly evuy city cr to-cm. Ai"for -. -

w- Justice LidSoa, BOW .filled Jioiatft ) prosperity.. 'T : "' -piece of. glass! 'and i found that' itwould :! us them ia,or either they New can fce York fad fcy C2'mail Cblcaga.from

app enV;, 'a'hd:' < me for for __:It.may encourage" -immigration "I '<:ut.t" *&hJY'J If it proves -- Stamps taken Latest Fashion, S&etsentuPonrrcdtGfohcccntbay _rB
*- ;.S f" : "to be a 'real"diamond,it will be i- Af
the lull :term" of- : six, ,: ,years),) and invite,* t capital..'.: .'- i worth: at least $3,000-( () : pczb ge. -M.' .. .' .
.. I ::
# three "railroad. mmissiohers. Let; every maiyn the city bean : 4 1I I 1 :

."- ,Wone:: treasur ::jcaiised:'' by,;..;the'. optimist.: ; ,j .Tetter; ,Salt.Rheum'and Eczema. t IMCALI3i; 1
; The intense itching and smart ing,incident .
re natlfflt'ioi: !! Treasureir,. Golpe ;- Let the;other, 'fellow be'a -pes-I to these diseases, is instantly allayed i; MAGAZINE'1iJ1-1 t J

by. applying ,Chamberlain's Eye and .
lins, veiled hy.'appointro en t; simist. tt
1 Skin Ointment. bad -
'Many.very cases UdJer f.
: Brightest majarine ptAHsfcetf.! t
state,seia'tor frJmall -th 'i.even You cannot.say too.much. 1 1 hare: been permanently red by:it. It S t,Invaluable for the home. 'Fash too cf a J
is equally efficient for itching piles and the day, Kcaner Literatuze; Bttastbold i' /1,'
nu;ke!t ,d8triCt8'ftIici neto Talk is'said to be, chezbutkLa1kpf I favorite remedy 'for sore nipples: I Hints,-Fancy Wor Qatd.7opb. i'"' ;' !;

fill t qivapaney-o c1 uedbrthe_: : theright;, kind,that': chapped ]hands, chilblains, frost''.bitta I am:. .SubAgent, for Bradford and.'Sur -t Fidfcio,aflforonIy50centsayeuf.j .. i
and chronic sore et s25.. ct&per box. cludinga E'1tkn1. own :- i.t& '
t .. ... your ,
: ;
death fenatorPerotrep;: *6an' ,bring: -assistance and,: rounding Counties for this Celebrated @any time.. Scad two 2-ctnt stampsfor -T :
J I Dr Cody's Condition Potvtlfrs are t, aampJeroyy. AJdreu .'
resenta\it p -
remill t the :make us greatand I T ;.:
: ; powerful,; "j just, what a hOfse'.needS'wbenin' tvad .'Typewriter.HODGES., -
t1 T% i f .condition: Tonic. 1 blood! and S : :4. THE RECALL' COKPANW\f :
coumt $ ta :NtsTthotJmto; do good purifier -
nsseasols'andrtr&Surers K vennifnge. They are not food but I l)4Z.J46'Wat: 14th-Stzit! Jfcv;YcI: f::
; 'ri "aU work'athome. 'medicine and the best in .' Oau't-rSelllYou-One'? T J'r.- .. .. .."* .
missionary- :; Next nsa'to put a .,: v'J 7'' ... I -."""-""' 0--. ,.-" Aff
of t'otjiite&' : -. ;"> summer cando, it I i horse in' prime condition. Prica .25' --S. -: t '. ..r .;" .- ; '-:.' SUBAGENT"" ,: t; .?:( ;
: .. .. W'e. a&the tsPerpckaZe. :- .. ", : : : ,tx .
:.. ..:, -' :: ..1. .... .- ,..)0 .;. -.ij f It......"'- ;t ," : .,1(0'..' t'k; i: V .: -- ';"S :-: : =-- .
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CUBAWMATTE { resist interference.
...says. lie.has"been very successful -. L A-I
A Deserved Compliment. EXPERT CUTTER
SPAIN STILL KICKING. ;i' securing men from The'Bradford Guards<

the two Dakotas, Montana, andMinnesota County ?

Ftemarkabele .Activity of The under the.efficient management: .. .
who to '
-- .. .. White, SqnUdroDVbat ;\." are willing '
of E S. Matthews
Capt arecom'ing
accept tbe company's flattering FROM AMERICA'S :.
'to the front 6neof
inducements as
and the
\ Does it Mean? says

Key West, Feb., 0.-Ships- an gigantic assured excursion success. 'is :already the State.leading The companies roster now in has the .4 Most Popular? Tailoring House, ;;

connected with the white about it all of .
fifty names upon
Mr. Patterson he
will]) .
says ., ,
squadron have displayed are,, be at- the, Boston e :1 Block, ... Minneapolis which are active ''particIpantsin will be with us on

markable: activity daring the'" the drills
I : ;Inext' Saturday, but intends regular weekly '.
last few hours. The cruiser and this constant practice is .
to1 leave 'for'Eastern FEBRUARY 9th, AT OUR HOUSE

Marblehead put out,from port beginning to show in such a .
points the next night to
to-day, and joined ;the fleet. way that we" are forced to admonish -
fect his arrangements for the Fifty Years Ago. with a fall like of -"
The Nashville whicJHefit :here ,
| the other leading com
big homeseekers, excursion on This it the way it was bound to look -,
Thursday fully sugpHefewithcoal panies of the State, that i if they When grandfather had his"picter took." .
Independence Day, the largest These were the shadows cast before
and .ammunition, has returned excursion of desire to stay in the formost The coming of Conjurer Daguerre "t
to the harbor. The rank in 'future both to And his art;-like a girl In a pinafore 'Q .'
as number -
peaceable pursuits the world I Some day to bloom to a goddess fair. ,
torpedo vessels have returned, and also proficiencythey Men certainly were not as black,we know
has 'witnessed. .in WoolensFor
ever .
At they pictured: them 50 years ago.Ayer's ..
and the Gushing and Ericsson : I must certainly look to their

are in port. :The, Dupont will Walked off With the Bees: laurels or else the Bradford
Sarsaparilla the ComingSpring and Summer.
arrive i to-morrow from Mobile. boys will come out ahead. We
As I sat on the veranda with began to make
._ The: supply boats, during the the- farmer after a heartily congratulate Capt. as the new pictures men.of men Just .". .: .
supper, says
past week, have..:transported writer in the Matthews uponrthe success' he began,,to be made. Thousands

large quantities. 'of provisions WashingtonTimes is ac1 i-virll;fjn' 'building up of people fronted the camera He has
I asked him if he with
was skins made clean from

to the fleet. not greatly bothered by tramps, such a hay \ionfous organization 'blotch and blemish because 500 STYLES TO SELECT PROM

1 _. and his out :of. the former broken. they had purified the blood
reply was: Jt' "1 TfragmentsLake '
Sagasta Complains. : Butlef.Biu-\ l : with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
"Wall a of. 'em ,.i-- is aa powerful
'A. then.
many now as .
London, Febj 7.-'Jhe; Madrid letin. Its; at POPULAR PRICES. '
l come along and want a bite to ? ,1.}.. record proves it. Others
correspondent of the Standard ,. .,- ,-, .., imitate the remedy ; they .' >

I says,: Senor Sajjasta's response eat, and some of 'em are pretty Off for 4;,the .KJUd.lk : can't imitate the record: PERFECT FIT GUARNANTEED,

sassy, but only one man of 'em Tacoma WasTi. : .
'i.FetlL-rh.e: Years
; to the official note, presented .gO of Cures..

yesterday: (Saturday) by General ever trick."served me a real mean. steamer* / Queen., *-." 8au"ec- -",,1I/&.!.:from.' Ta-- .You are invited call and bring your

Woodford, United States coma to-night< fo-. S kagu y and. -T he BIGGEST OFFER YET

Minister, complained of filibustering "Poison your dog?" I Dyea. Shel carries northward rd :' ....... 0 friends along. Get yourself measured -

expeditions, and declares queried. ,000 p passengers '1,30'p tons I THE
that Spain cannot entertain "ft was meaner thin that. of freight, 200 dogs, thirty
.: for perfect fitting suit.
the suggestion o'f fixing,a We was eatin' dinner one dayin horses, and a score of carcassesof THE TWICE-A-WEEK "" .

date for her completion of the the spring when a hive of dressed beef, hogs and sheep.! DETROIT FREE PRESSBOTH '
E. SrI: : ONG
pacification of Cuba. bees started to swarm. I'd During the day thousands of PAPERS'ONE YEAR r '.

'. been people visited the and interviewed ... .'e' e' e. e'. '
Pessimist expectin' it and watchin''em ship -
impressions are FOR ONLY $1.00.; THE POMONA NURSERIESNEW t

t now current regarding relations and had a new hive ready. the men and women :. THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS need DO CATA-

between Spain and,the United When bees swarm they will fortune hunters arrayed in noted introduction..writers have Its given many it special a woridwidcrepuUt1otf. articles by- + LOOUC FOR lOnO IO9O_ i e'
In short it is one of the cleanest,
a States, and have(depressed the light on most anything handya mackinaws, furs, heavy robes, brightest and best papers published. No WILL BE aEnT TO KAIL Et OCTOBER r
pains or expense will be spared in keeping up ,
! Madrid and Barcelona Bourses. limb, a, bush or even the and somber Klondike caps. ,Its present high. standard. Oae party write as follow of ear 1897 catalerne -
, Remember that by taking advantage : "Wilt you ease lead aeacopyotyoar .
pump. Just as the bees beganto The women wore short skirts, this combination you get 52 copies of Tax I valuable Nursery Ca ... Z had a......but
t Public feeling among all classes FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE and 104 copies have land it.41 I bad so many i t retiar t
out of the hive and Knickerbockers and other of THE FREE PRESS, 156 papers for only$1.00. thugs ia it that I U not wish to be without
: is'strong against America. pour snug ,py" t.
costumes. Oar new 189 Catalogue will contain all the
circle around
along comes a A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE. good femt.rei of the 1197 cattl.o besides nay
BIG SCHEME. Nearly all the parties the new oacs. Fnlfy IJlnstrmtrd wi.h 1.aay new T
the for suthin'to on _
t ---' tramp up path THE FREE PRESS .'t4 Photographic Views. We.au. full h..f tFmii
:1>> a4 OratoientaTree*and Shrab a4ptr4 7la
''". Colony of 100,000 Men for eat. The queen bee settled Queen ultimately to goo Amial Year Book and almanac for 1898. Southera ptantiag. Catalogue Free. Address J

,; Cuba; down on his old hat, and the the interior of Alaska. The CORRECT, CCKCISE, CCKFETE. Newest and MMt Pr.ftt.VPacfc THE GRIFFING BRQS. CO., j t

" Times-Union and Citizen. hull swarm loitered her. In passengers aralrom every quarter -. OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 1897 9 for S.utber. Planting.:-POM05A-VUXSZXHS, ,. 1 KAOdXnrT.H-l.' *
Aberdeen, S. D..j Feb. 4.-J. two minits that tramp's hEad of the globe. CENTS EACH.An .

W. Patterson, of the Boston and shoulders was covered with tell accurate you and all you superiorBookof want to know.Referencehat There RAILROADS.
,: Washington, Feb. 4.The will not be a useless page in it. A Practical w1tnrg.
r Block, Minneapolis. who is bees, and I :yells to him for ,. Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic Information -

well known throughout the heaven's sake: not to try to War Department to-day received -: Historical Political on"subjects and Agricultural Statistical;likewise Official The Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad

.. ," t a cablegram from Stock- ''a Book of Religious Fact! and general Practi- ; ,
Northwest, has been in Aber- fight 'em off, or he'd be stungto cal Directions on everyday affairs of Office,
t holm stating that a shipment of Home and Farm.A The Short Line tetwMn Florida and all Northern Points.* .
Been on a peculiar mission.He death/ copy of this book will be sent to all subscribing .
530 reindeer and thirteen Laps immediately and seuding 15 cents ad- I EVERETT, SiVAHXAH, AUGUST. Gl, COLUMBIA ASHDIBTOH, BALTfflOHS, PBILADEL.i
is workingJ.15 in V.
had left Norway for the United all. The book will be published about Decem- i FEIA HEW TOE BOSTON AID THE EAST.
on a scheme to take stricken I said. ber 23.: 1897. Copies of the book will be sent I
States. They ,will be used in : to all' taking advantage of this offer as soon Everett Macon Atlanta Chattanooga. Nashville Louisville Oncfonati.: Chicago.
100,000 men to Cuba,. and land "Not"a.. bit of ;t, sir. Hew after above date as possible. Everett, ftmin&bam.U"Uy Springs, Memphis Little Rock. Kansas qty St.Louis c kago
the Klondike relief expedition. Do not delay but take advantage of this re-
them th i'e'9n.. the ,Fourth of .' s as cool' as a cowcumber markable liberal offer which we make for a Siou City
Educate Tour Dowels With Cascareta.Candy limited time only by special arrangementswith River:Junction, Peasc._J Kobi1c..New Orltani. Texas, Mexico Callforniaad the: Paci>3o
and when I told him he'd haveto the publishers. Remember we send both
July. : Cathartic; cure constipation. forever' papers a full year for $1.00. and you can havea Coast. Effective. Lice.-5. 11'J7!
We.() ::Z C. If.O.C..C.tall.'druggists refund money. of the book by sending 15 cents ad-
copy .
He says he is backed by a stand in a. smudge till the ditional. Address, w,,__, N. e? Leave Jacksonville 8.U
The Tampa Herald mentions the FLORIDA EKLY ADVOCATE. a.m, with Through Pullman -
of Americans who bees killed off he 4
syndicate was jest Starke. Fla. n* *1.xxeYZ.. ,xis Sleepers for Savannah ;;..
killing of three. hogs in Hillsl oro, Ic ma Columbia Washing
have land When all t
large interests 'on laughed. they'd. o f .q ton. Baltimore.Philadel
last week which 5O YEARS' t phia.New York and all
; county were good( I
the island\ and alleges that settled down on him and I EXPERIENCETRADE Eastern points. Connect
examples of be done Y.1r a for Return
what .in
these Americans are, willing to was bOlu' ': to !start a smudge,he may a ,., train No.37reachesJack-
I hog-raising in Florida, if proper attention f vLeatxlA .' sonvllle 8.30 p. m.
cut those lands and -
disposeof sez:
I f i is given to breeding and -ul' I. 0 t NEW YORK FAST UA1LN9 U.
them in small sections to' "Old man,, wha.t''ye con. "a Q +" ,,f Leave: Jacl OnYIl1e7.00p.In. .
The hega mentioned .
care. s_. were g' o ,r i r atio'I Daily for same point
time sider this swarm o' bees wiith'in 1 : g North. Carries Through
able-bcfdied men on long
the Berkshire breed and weighed MARKS o t+.I'. V 1 v a% '' Sleepers Jacksonville to
and at low rate,of interest. cold cash?' .' < c w, New York. Return Ko.
a (600, 660 and 440 pounds respect- DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS "' 35 Jacksonville
Ac. 1 9.33
They require no cash down, 'About $5,' sez I. ively. Anyone lending a sketch and description mar ""'"" +1 '_ "' "
quickly ascertain our opinion tree wbether an o\ e+a-r CINCINNATI AnD FLORIDA LIMITED
- except that the intended pur- *Ar' ye willin' to give To Care Coufttlpatlou rorever. Invention la probably patentable. Communica.ttonaatrictlyoonfidentla1. r It' Y ''' L a"'Y'a Iti 1 y NO.38. i .5 +
1 Handbook on Patents 7.CO p. m.. vU
Take Cascarets: Candy Cathartic. lOc or 2So. sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. ,, Evcrett.Macon. Atlanta. _
chaser must be able to his three? sez he. Patent taken & Co. receivetptelal .rn r r .ate a
pay If C. C.C.fall to cure,druggists refund:money.HEN charge Cbattasuoga, Connect
j notlct without .In the sue,.
expenses from here to Cuba. What fur?' sez I. ; "" Y St.for Louis LouUville.Chlcagoaod Nashville.an
Scientific Jfm rltan.A V i /c'
r 1! Patterson excursion 'Bekase you'll' either II o ussei A c.- ,R ..a / 9 Northern and Western
r. says T Points. Returning train
.pay > handsomely Olnstrated weekly. Largest dr- r t.. .. F
E. LEE cnlatlon of any scientific JonrnsJ. Terms$3 a w arrives Jacksonville 8.00
rates 'have ,'alreadybeen: ar me $3 or rlfw alh offwith the VJ H. year; four months$L Bold by all newsdealers.MUNH&Co.38IBre a.m.ASHVIUE.
I ranged for, and that there will biz ess and sell out to some ,, Hew York ) .,,M7 .u r -
SOLDIER I Branch Ofloe,G5 F St,Washington D.CoGRDVES e n 1, A ) BOUTE. ThroagV
be enough\ >steamers at New body else.!' v ,'. a """"' service Pullman foreeGlccAtaatl

I Orle.anson July 4th to :carry lAnd you. had to buy him Citizen and Christian PatriotAGREATBOOKFORTHEPEOPLE. a' s ti via Aahv Savannah.!e. Hot Columbia.Spring ..

off?' I asked. N Knoxville through the
the 100,000 excursionists to '- Celebrated mountainous
T Country of north Caroli

Cuba, and.:, land them.. The "That's where, the meanness. } M oa, + na.7.00p.m.Leaves Arrives Jacksonville Clnclaat -

company, grants protection comes in/' replied the farmer. LIVE AGENTS WANTED.EVLRTWHERETOSHWSAMPEPAGES NANa1NA ONVlU.L fl1 .40 Jacksonville L m.Returning 9.10 arrives a.
t :a
A rc: I ETI1PC1UBS., 1
ao m
from Spanish interference, New "Them bees was my property I #
Orleans to CubaJ; .. nd when the and I wasntbnyin' what :Was w BEAUTIFUL HILL COUNTRY OF
-. ,- .... Money can bemade ro.pld1y'and a vast amount b. MIDDLE FLORIDA, PEJISAC8LA
men land they will'be such a my own. He offered to take of good done.In circulating one of the noblest FS tI, o- AND ESCAMBIA BAY. Leave
historical works published during /; J acit ouvm 9.16 a.m,By
formidable that Spain but I couldn't how the past quarter ol a century. 1r \ No. 2 dally for Lake
body $2, ; see he RE City Live Oak. Madison
.r: .
will not'dare, to interfere in the could gif with 'em and Monticello. Tallahassee.
away: Some of our best workers are selling ( I ,. River Junction.Peoaaco-
t J1T I la. Mobile. NEW Oa-
peaceful' ] pursuits. the immi refused to come down., Then, I, Over One Hundred Books A Week. ,! I.XA5B.. Mexico.and the California South'WCit. : .

rants intend to pursue.: : he starts off. I reckoned the i Mr, A. O. Williams Jackson county. Mo.. r. OaJa of TAY !A and the PadCc Coast.Carries .
worked four days and a half and secured 51 or- s' i .,,.,. Sleeper. Return
If aiv Attempt is made to bees would git angry and sting: ders. He sells the book to almost every man X j r 1. 0 8 D A, + Q No. arrives Jackgoaville !
\ he meets. Dr.J. J. Mason. Muscogee county Zx.rCO 7.S5 a.mLEATljACK805TItI.X9.15-<
interfere, vwitli t them they will him to death, but.notbin' hap- Ga.,sold 120 copies the first five days he can t,z r 1
vassed. H. C. Sheets Palo Pinto county, 1 a. m. for Starke. Haw
be instructed to arm and protect pened. He jest walked put in- mostly Tex., wo morroco ked a few binding.hours'J.and H. Banna.sold lIS Gaston copies. '-a w-+ thorne. Silver ,Spring.

themselves. The'agent to'the road and'down the hill, days county.canvassing N. C., made for this a month's book.wage S.:M.in White.three ..rwrte I ,',I .m.rrrua...v, d a d" ,,. _I Ocala Key Gainesville WUdwood. Cedar Lee-. .

claims that 'a vast i amoun.t of and he carried them. ,*bees M"'w ;seven i rate Callahan of 144 county.copies Tex.a.week., is. selling books at the TATELEESCHiLL Tavares.,4.15 p.m.Apopka.Orlando,Lachoochee.-Dade City Plant City Tampa.. ...we Arrive Jacksonville ,

property is lost to the Ameri- miles and sold Vm" fur'a new THE ffOHX CONTAINS BICBRAPKICA SKETCHES NASHVILLE ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers
of aH the Leading Generals. a vast amount of '
cans because the'Span, rds will pair o' shoes." Historical Matter ITh and.'trati.tns.a large,'number It Is a-BeauUtuiFnDPage grand' I Via EYERETT, MACON, ATLANTA AND CHATTANOOGA.

not permit them to work their And he wasn't; stung?' aQ book or,aoy and ladles part of'and their'gentlemen time to who the can canvass give' Leave Jacksonville 7 00 p m; arrive Nashville 7 00 welt p m -

plantations. If an immigrant "Not once, sir; the bees handling are bound:it.to make Immense" sums of money Leave Kas&YiHe 9 00 a m; arrive Jacksonville 8 00 neit a )m'- *

8.15 A. M.' Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route atesmer at*ewa .,
stands up for his rights. andworks seemed to like the smell o' him AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS, berland Sound. .
TONIC 4.COP.M. Local for Everett dose connection for Brunswick. Shortest and 4i ke.l
the property as'.it''. shouldbe and he paddled along the road showing pages, ad the all different material'styles necessity blndieg to work. with : ronve.; r' ",
) Local for Tallahassee and intermediate points. Arrive JacksonvOle 4.15p.ta.
will be The
aenton receipt 50 CENTS.
worked, he can become the as grand as you please. As for magnificent gallery ot portraite alone.,in.theprospeetua iotermediata point Pu'lroan Sleepera.Ar.acksonvMIe 7.3&a.a. -
> 5 _IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADU LT!. THROUGH SLEEPERS for CINCINNATI via ASHVILLC.; leaves Jacksonville at 7-80 V, .
of his plantation I've had 'em lie and la worth double the money."'We WARRANTED. PRICE60cts. m.arrives AshvClel.45p.nuan1vesClncInaatl7.40a.ni. -'t -
owner, absolutely, : tramps, furnish It at far less than actual cost of man .
: Leave Jacksonville 8.15. an41.
I For Macon. Atlanta .two train daily. ;l : IJ.IIL '
qfaciure. and advise' to order
we would you
in a'f WJ1l1h' 4> v. j steal and set fire'to straw stacks, quickly and"get exclusive control{the tea Paris Medicine Otw GALATtL,11.rs..24av.1S St.IxraisUo. ,,Id.- Bummer Rates to'Excursion'Points-in Effect June..lit:'" ; :,
te rttory Addreat'ROYAL
Wo sold 600'botU of "
Gentlemen:- hnJ'ear.
The company will supply theraen but I n n't ':,feelin' hard tpwardanybody. .J GBOVU'S.rASTELESS: CHILL TONIC and hue i >>> > Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train. { ir ,
PUBLISHING. CO.., bought three grow already this .ear. I n all ocr experience I a .

with machinerjraniahilthem ;: ) ..but- the feller who 11TH. AND:MAIN STREETS, .vr sold of an 14 arsine years that la rave the drug neb bosiiMsSf universal saris haven Parlor Cars on Day Trains Between acksonville( and Tampa.
a; ,il'itJSBcoincs necessary fo .walkcft oil'with. the .bees." RICHMOND, VA. tactic as your. TCC&. TlVtn usZY.CA truly a it co.r ,, *, Send (for Best Indexed Map ol Florida toT ,

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NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS. PERSONAL, NOTES. Mr. W. U. Moorehouse' Savannah. I Advertising Rates.Our I "
.' i Capt. Bu rrin,uf Lwtey.: was in the is In the city to-day. |.' adrertislng rates-will lx as reasonable.. EDWARD MDDLETON,. ,

city this mornin r. : _> Mr*. Mudg-.. and family have moved as consistent wIth keeping np a good new
Irl' AND'NEIGH- Successor to Ahtrew..t'X&Mlenon.mOPRIETOROF .
GATHERED BORHOOD.CITY Jlr. I.,. ;Weir, of Jacksonville; was to 'Yarneli.Mr. ._ H. O. Mooney Seriously'Shot by paper. It la the purpose of the publisher to .. ..
issue a clean: attractive newspaper with only
in the city'Monday. Arthur Cathcart at Am- :
Brooks Shipman, of Lawtey, such a proportion of advertisement as will
ITEMS PERSONAL PERTINENT &:PECU JAR. Mr. Will Hudson, of Hampton, was pent. Sun.'ay In the ciiy.. -. bler's Lop Camp.II. insure I that all will be seen and read and none
O. Mooney was shot:and very burled behind a'mass of others. Rates will Starke liiery Feed'and Sale" -
in the :
Weather Forecast. city i'aturday. Mr. T. P. Wall, of Gainesville, was' seriously wounded by Arthur Cath- be uniform and will be made known on appll- ,

Mr. M. N. Blanton, of Hampton, v isi ting'relatives in this.city.Sunday.Mr. c tloo.
cart (at Amber's log camps, 10 mile*

Generally fair to-night and was In the city Munda)". H. C. Wimberley and wife, ofighland. 'VtSt of this city, last Friday night, It is not often that a physician ,I STABLES.

-warmer \% ednesday.Mr. Dr. A. L. .cott made a professional h were in Starke this morning between toe hours of 9 and 10 o'clockMr. II II I I
visit' to Hampton recommends a patent medicine; I
yi-sterday. .
had been and
Mooney drinking,
J. F. P. McMurry is having Miss Bessie Knight, of Hampton, Mr. M. D. Bobbie, of M -lenny, quarreled with Cathcart, finally advancing when ,he loe IJyot1 may know thatit AND HARNESS FOR SALE. !11 l JTWCTU CASH.

a large sign painted on the east was shopping in! the city to-day. was attending to business in Starke upon him with a threat. is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleve

side of his store. ... Mr. C. M. Patterson, of Baltimore, to-day. Cathcart warned the advancing mann land, Glasgow, Va., writes: **I -DRUG 0

>t to approach but the wnrning was have used Colic STORE.J. .-
was ou our streets Monday. Chamberlain's ,
Mr. E. Strongi having an 18x30 \ Mr. A. E. Proctor a genial young not heeded ; and Calhcart drew. revolver

foot platform built on thu 'south Col. E. V. Fogg and son, of Waldo gentleman of Lake Butler. is in the and fired. The bullet striking Cholera :and Diarrhoea Remedy in

lido of his store. dial i let, were in Starke Monday.Mr. city to-day. Mooney in the left breast. Cathcart my practice and it lIns proven to

came iu on the train andga'c be an excellent remedy, where a
The Bradford County Guards R. L. Sp rkmau will lelve'for Mr. A. S. York, a progressive young 4

: D.lrten, Oa., within H few days. business man of Lake Butler, is Iu himself up to Sheriff; Denmark. thorough conrso of medicine had
skimish drill base-
had the
a on
the aud id now in jail awaiting trial. failed with I recommend
city to-day. me. it .
Mr. J. W. Hodges visited hU sawmill "
ball grounds last night. Mr.\ Moony's father! 'was sent for
near Lake Butler Mr. S. L. Cook to my patients time for
school }'ester.lay. find son, of I ampt and is now at the bedside of his eon every
board in
The county. is I I m, made a pleasant rail at the ADVOCATE colic and diarrhoea." Many
i Mr. Dolph Richard of Lake Butler, Mr. Mooney has a wife and two
session to-day, looking over the finafrepurts spent Sunday and Monday in the office yesterday.Mrs. children who reside at Bellview. The other progressive physicians i

of the teachers. C. G. McCormick pissed wounded man was taken to the recommend and use this remedy L. GABIONS .'

city.Col. through the cily Saturday fiom Cedar Starke House where he is under the because it and j -DEALER INDRUGSMEMEDICINES-
If you are in want of custom Gronto, of Lake Butler, was in always cures cures
town: Monday ou professional busi- Key en route to her home at Jack ouille. treatment of kdlful surgeons who Get bottle and I
made clothing it will be well for quickly. a you
y hope got hi* recovery.
you' to read the advertisemnt of ness.Mr. CATHCART'S STORY will have an excellent doctor in ,

Geo. Lewis who is Mr. J. J. McDonell, foreman of the the house for all bowel STARKE, FLA.
E, Strong in another column. present In an interview with Cathcart at complaints,
bridge gang of the F. C. lot P., *
working at Waldo, ppent Saturday in parsed the county jail Monday morning hetol both for children and adults.
Read tho advertisement of Starke
A. through Physicans'Prescrtptloas
Starke. yesterday on his w.iy. Carefully Compound
S. Chavous, whIch appears in another to Ouval, where he is a; work with 'a! I the following in regard to the For sale by L. Gisktn ed at an hours day or night. #

Mr. R. S. Adams has accepted a crew ot bands. Mr. shooting: ; .... ..... ... ... ... .. -. ----. ,
column. Mr. Chavous isputting Mcl>onell had ."" .. ... .. ... '!"\. .... .:) .. -
I position in the veneering mill at been down tu Cedar Key to visit his Mr. Mooney went off somewhere $:::; :-s: :."., .".,11 e.EeEEt: : : : .f.e'E: :

in a strong bid for patron :. Warnelt. family. and got wh'iakev When_,he ram

Call and him about it. bu'k he was very unsteady and want-
age. see :Mr. A. B. Holl ings worth, Ward Mr. N. D. Wainright( Receiver of ed to pick a fuss. I was in'the teat = CASH

The Victor String Band has received City's hustling mill man, was in the the U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, on my < ot and he came in and cursed = ThLK1Doan !

city undJY. has been in the city for the me-all lid .
an invitation to visit Wal past twodays me, calling{ kind! of names. __ ,_

do by Mr. H. Grimes, a former Mr. Sol. Rhodes, of Lake* Butler, a guest of relatives. Mr. Wain- also wanted;: to, gght' Will Navies, r

was among the visitors to Starke right came to Starke to attend the who was there at the time Ho was
member of the Bund. The boys
on the 7th. legal eales on Monday and to attendto Hbualng me. Mooney had his knife \Ai

will avail themselves of the opportunity otherbu,..iness. He returned home and said d --d if I could run over i
Mr. William Shaw$ of 'VarllL'itJ'1i
and go down tomorrow thin morning. him'or any of his friends. I told himI ExClllSiYcII
popular young men, was: in an !
(.Wednesday) night. town .buda)'. Miss Pearl S. Rawlins, a charming had no intention. of running over :f .;
Mr. and Mrs. A. Steinecker tendered I I young lady of Pembroke, Ky., who him all I wanted was, him to let me Cash Business.>< it '

the Odd Fellows Mis. E.EdwardsLawtey'aturpentine i is vii-iting her uncle, Mr. M. N. Blau- alone. Mooney. then etrukut me; I .
of this city \t as in.ttie Saturday -
operator the
city blow and
.. ton, At Hampton, was in the city Saturday edged ran hack some .,
a delightful reception at their on business. .. 15 or 20 feet. Mooney kept on ad-
# and Sunday, a guest of Mr. and I am at all times prepared toW
., beautiful 1 home on Pennsylvania Mr. .T. C. Jbhnsiicon, of New Mrs. C. B. Ost at the .New Cora* jecing.. I told him not to hurt me ,

Avenue last Tuesday evening. York, wan registered at the New Com- uercial. Miss Rawlina returned to but he kept on coming. Then I tired 'J

liierui.il the 7lh. Hampton the one shot which stopped him. I came Sell you the "
The affair was given in hunor of uu- yesterday! ou afternoon .
in on the Erne train with Mr. Mooney i
\. C. Pet tit of Waldo who is train, highly pleased with Starke. Best of
a Mr. G. VV. Seals, one of Ham non'i) and gave myself up to the sheriff. 1 ill Goods..

high officer in that organization.There progressive business men, was --in Dr. J. Harrison Hodges, one of also helped, place him on the train." i .

-'- were twelve at the table. After town yesterday... Gainesville's most prominent andskiJIClil LATCH.-Mr. Cathrart has been released At Prices that will .

the dinner had been served the' Mrs. E. A. Powell has returned thysiciana, passed through and is now.at home. lIe \\'a* It' GET YOUR TRADE..
entertained in the home after a lh',cant< visit with relatives Starke'yes'rrday on his way to attend released bj request of Mr. Mooney.
guests were par the meeting ol the Atlantic and "
Dr. Gnskius! informed us yesterdaythat \ "
at Sampson: Jity. .
lor with music. Gulf States Quarantine Convention at The Stock will be
Mr. D. W. Brigham, a prosperous Mr. Mool1t'Y:18 resting well i nd i kept up to its
Following is the of the Mobile on Wednesday. Dr. J. Y. has chance. in his favor for
names evcrp _
farmer from Jay l ouutywts trading .. USUAL HIGH STANDARD
Porter and other prominent physi- aSSSfefe: : : .
scholars who passed the eSainjna- iu starke: yeBterouyfMr. recovery.
cisinH joined Dr. Hodges at Jacksonville

tion at the high-school week : A. }I. AckeriJSan, book-keeper nnd the party went through i ia in: .No-lo-ttac for Fifty Cento. and Satisfaction Guaranteed .

Julia Austin, Bowden Alvarez, for the Atlantic! Lumber Co., Sient .(.Pullman sleeper Governor\ D. : men Guaranteed strong, blood tobacco pure.habit 60o core$1. All makes druggist: weak *' .*. *

Torso, Ga&kin Eva Miller, A. 0. ust Sund .y iu titarke.:) Bloxham joined them Tallahassee. Respectfully, .. .

Knight, Ullie Week, Murla Weeks, M. saw.! N.\W.: }* Hackett and E. H. Council Proceedings. The Greatest Discovery Yet. ._.,.,"e-" ':....c.......:. E. STRONG
Isabel Peek, Fannie Bessant, Ruby .Mulder made a trip to the rural dia- J
U'lctb 3luu.a murning.llr Council met iu regularJsesibu: W. M. Repiue, editor Tisk\yilln,
I ,) Successor
Brownlee, C. R. Jones, Carlyslo l to 7rubyt Sttyilurg tt Co.
Peek, Joe Young, Mittio McMurry, ;. Deuby, of Gainesville the J. M. Truby, chairman. ; other I Ill, "Chief, eays : "We won'tkeep -

guest of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Odt at present, Messrs. Ilnckett, Middle house without Dr. King's .,. ..,. .,. ,. ,II .:. :': .:-'ij::.:;=:'- -' -
1hlus Edwards, Ned Powell, C. H. '''''i i'' ,' 'p. ,. -.. ... __ ,._...._..t'A. : .
the New Commercial.Mr. : tOll and Morgan.\ Minutes of the New Discovery for Consumption, .
Haynes Lester J ohnsErvinu Johns
v. R. Piev.ar, an attache of last regular meeting read and ap Coughs and Colds. Exp ment- ....... S. CHAVOUS -
Lillian Matthews, Arthur Alvarez, It
Hicks' .tousoiial parlor, visited his : proved. Bills amounting to 236. ed with many others, but never
R. S. Fernandez Blanche Wall
; mother at Hampton Sunday., the true until used
16 were presented and warrants or got remedy we
:Maud McMurry Ruby Powell i
Mr. RodgerVlls.inanauer of the, : dered to t>e drawn for same. Clerk Dr. King's New Discovery. No
:: Crawford Carl J.W. .
Maggie Singer :Sev\iug) Machine Co., at Jacksonville presented a statement as to the other remedy can take its-place in D

Sydbotten, Berton Teunant, was in the city .Monday. tt uns ,
home it have .
collection of donations{ and dues our as in we a certain
Will Kerce, Eddi Lubin, Harry Country Produce Ftc.
Jerry Moore, a prosperous tiller of for installing and operating lightsfur and sure cure for Coughs,
Miner, Lacy: Kickliter, Gardner.nthou the soil 01 the Hampton neighborhood Colds -
the months of January and Whooping Cough, etc. It When in
...\. )., Fannie Kicklit, Hugh is in the city to-day. is idle to experiment with other want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a

Brownlee, Arthur Rich, Jim Wills t. Mr. D. J. Shaw, one of LaKe But February.Samo being examined was approved remedies. even if they are urged on Call. I will make it to your advantage.fi .

Belle Edwards Carrie Reiuoehl ler's citizens, to
-prominent came
and ordered to be placedon you as just as good as Dr. King's)
Lela Sydbotten, Mary Wynn, S. F. Starke Sunday and spent the day. New E. W. DRIGGERSJte-
record. Thore being no further Discovery. They are not as _
Dowling, Nona Burroughs, Will 1 Mr Lacy who has been engaged -
good this has
business tho council adjourned to remedy a
Miner Jacob Johns Ara Andrews in \\ork at Cummer's lo, camp
meet to-day at 3 o'clock. record of cures, and besides, i is SALE AND FEED STABLES
near Baldwin, spent Sunday iu the. ,
Kate Liddon Milton
Frenoy Philips

GEO. A. GARDINER guaranteed. It never fails to sat
Browulee, Kato Ritch, Mary fTrial bottles 16;>. at Gas- ...

Wall, Jessie DeLoach, Porter Mor Dr. Mark Anthony, Lake Butler's Clerk. kin's Drug St re. )). -STARKE, FLA..l .-.. uc
handsome physician, was at
gan, Roberta Fouts, Lawrence lies FOR SALE CHEAP.-Ono }high ,
tending business iu Starke yesterday. i
sant, Rob Weeks, Cosmo Alvarez, grade, high frame, first-class Dea't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tear life l".,. '
To quit tobacco easily and forever be map g **.l I Hate Specially of Conveying Traveling Hen to Points In the Cotntrj.--'
Vasco Alvarez, Lela Alvarez, Joe Bicycle. Good as now. Apply t netlc. lull of life, nerve and vigor take No-To-
Col. L. B. Rhodes, of Lake Butler, Bac,the
Alvarez. wonder-worker that makes weak men '
was the guru of :Mr. '1'. W. Sweit: and A. D. HULL, Starke, Fla strong. All druggists,50c or II. Cure guaran .
sample Address
at their home !in the
family city
Special Clusters' Sales.H. yesterday. ..
Mad Dog Causes Excitement.Last Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York .

.,.\ E. Moitt bought 40 acres of I -

land in section 20, township 7 Mr. Cha Pace, one of Jackson Monday evening a mad.dog ., NOTICE OF'DISSOlUTION. -FORd -

ville's mo..t progressive young business caused considerable excitement by HK FIRM composed of N. W. Hackett and
range :21, through.' T. Wills as i N. T: Ritch,doing business under the II FIRST-CLASS JOB
Master men, was visiting his father i in charging up and down Call Street, name of Bradford County Bank n:.s this day PRINTING
Special paying $80 for the '., been dlsolved
this city Sunday., snapping at he by mutual consent.N. W.Hack
same everybody came ett retiring from the business and N. T. RI ch BRING YOUR WOKK TO THE OFFICE OF THE
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis! and Mi%* across. Several people continuing the business as the Bradford Con
narrowly ty Bank. N. T. Bitch will all
J pay deposit In ,
One pier.e of land belonging tithe Helen Richard,' were pleasant callersat escaped being bitten by the vis- the full said and Bank.settle all outstanding Signed, claim ugain&t FLORIDA g{ SEMI-WEEKLT#1 ADVOCATE

Campbell estate, containing 40 the ADVOCATE printing office> Monday cious brute which 1-2T-1 N. T. RITCH.N. .
probably would I W.
.acres, in section 3, township (C f, afternoon. have done considerable harm hadit Starke. Fla.. Jan. 18.1838. -

range 20f; bought by Preston A. Prof. F. D. S heU, county supermtendeutof not been for Sheriff Denmark, -- >

Williams!) : for $113, through A. \r. public instruction, i* iu who by well-directed shot put a DISSOLUTION- NOTICE "WE PRINT

Long as special Master. Bradford's capital to-day to meet stop to the dog's ravings NOTICE Is. STERNBURG hereby given&that CO.,the of Starke.firm of CARDS .

with, the County School Board. Florida said firm composed of J. M.Truby, S. TAGS,
Also 80 acres in Campbell estate J. Sternburg and K. Strong has been! this day CHECKS
A Clever Trick.It dissolved by mutual consent; J. M.Truby LABELS, .
Bcotioja 20 and 21, townshipC Mr. O. C. Husband, the merchant and S. J. Sternburg retiring from the firm. TICKETS, BLANKS
prince oi'Melrose, was in Stnrke certainly looks like it bUt'there The business of the nrm of Truby. Stern- ,
range 20, bought by Judge J.J yea burg& Co. will be continued by E. Strong,and ENVELOPES, CIRCULARS
trrday. Mr Husband paid the AD- is really no trick abont i it all obligations: due to or owing by to.ld firm wiH ,
J:. Richard for $50. through A. V. be settled by him. J.M. TRU BY, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS
VOCATK office an Appreciated call l a I E. STRONG -
Anybody can try it who baa Lan
Long as Special Master, while In the city. I-' Back and Weak Kidneys, Malariitor Dated this Sth day of January. 1803. ,
IVoiice. ETC. ETC. ETC. ..
Speclit MY. ,
H. A. IlAtcht'lortho owns and nervous troubles. We meat I

The office of the FLORIDA IIt I operatesa largo cypress shingle and I he can cure himself right away bv, J. F. P. McMUERY, WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT- .

i. WEEKLY ADVOCATE is now equipped !I,, lumber mill a t Pan t ofTiCve, was iuj I taking Electric Bitters. This medicine DEALER INGKOCEBIES '

for first,. la68 job printing: as i j tithe j city this morning en route home tones up the whole system FANCY REQUISITES __ /'Skilled Printers ;
from Jackionville.
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been \\ hay '
has never before. c 'C'
acts as a stimulant to the Good Paper ; "-

added to its equipment in this department s i j Mr. l}. C. Header and wife, of Jack and Kidneys, is a blood purifierand -I KEEP- -TOGOOD- i ,, 'L "" & ":

new new typaud.a e, isnuville I were in the elty: Monday /Presses :::
presses tonic. It Conet WORK ,
nerve cures The Best and Freshest Stock in Town l. : : :
Mr. Reager I ia a former attache of theADVOCATE I, .r <+, ;.. i ,
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.. office having held the pation, Headache, Fainting Spells, -TRY ME.- ,, .T.j11e. .. i.w {
any kind of work., We can of Sleeplessness and Melancholly. It I ] "a.1f1J.
position Job.printer. '" 6
print anything required, and guaranteed is purely vegetable, a mild laxa -JOB PRINTINGBring i ,iAnd '3 +''se'kJ' .'''''f4'. .,
turn out work that willplease Mr. X. C. ilooney,, of Bellvievr,, ..... ....1 'i--< --ft... .,,l, .
th"eand restores the system to Unnatural lInltSfioll.it -' _
father of H. O. shot .
Mooneyvwho was ... '"
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at Ambler's camp on ,FrIday'ni, vigor. Try Electric Bitters it. to THE ADVOCATE office ,

critical elsewhere of for patroun.+ Don't send and the' wife of the wounded man,- Bud be convinced that theyare WE CAN DO IT.. .'f/> :333. WE HAVE ALL THESE. f.'; .t :: :

your uork, but give went the-Starke- House. They will a miracle worker. Every bottle AS YOU WANT IT- t J. .1. .,) .
Tss r.a opportunity to show you r._asia in Starke until! Sir. Mooney WHEN YOU WANT IT [; '
wbate' gunrnDt ed. Only 50 cents a : W Trial Order, .Balidafltioa G' ;, _' i .1 P '
cen giro; 1T.1'in quality has recovered sn3clently to taco ra a. : >...s.-.w :.. "t :; '''
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