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 11, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME IV. ;: STARKE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 11, 1898. ; : ; N ,Ip R -.5. .

..) Official I :n.>' .u YiAPPEMNGS GENERAL; NEWS. FLORIDATATTERS. T &'V"\ 1-v-....t.I3- au. A USINESS- HEAD.

tcorrespo ,News.l Jen cry Shrewd std Would

STATE"_ -- I send yotT'herewith sampleof ," como a New Woman.tia3fce .

Governor. Win. D. a ; ..:LOCdLAND .GENERAL FROM HERE, THERE AND EVE EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE the nee\ Florida productthe sho HE 'e cars with details two particu-of a _

Secretary of State*J. L. $-INTEREST...,' .,". RYWHERE. WEEK. wondlrfuTiielvHfttt>x n. TIp .InrII., t.lo'girls. *-'V
Comptroller{ W.It. 4f-. taWS?-'"":

: Treasurer. J. B. .. AbliRegular Correspondents. Week's Events. Gathered From Oar State E Chao es, to two xyiy o"itwk ssvvn IItha III )i tiJ!ho will said bo to their mother 1
Attorne..OenHt\I, Wm.: '-<: -:""'" Synopsis of a Important : a new woman
Commissioner of li inDt :- AI** g* here mainly: as a, trellis s < when sho ts up." .

Worn bwclll Luetgert Convicted. The fanate river.sec!ion IS but. of|ei;iva d it being ISCO1Jf "Oh. 1 ho not I"replied the mother
Superintendent of ; k people are still im- tvho was ono\ of the old fashioned sort.
tion \' #' now shippingtensively WtG" uite ex- :'tbal ilyvas invaluable ." makes "
NfSheatP.JffSt'PKEME ?t' Chicogo, Feb.9..-Adolph L. "What : you think! so?

C **.A&>. Luetgert was to-night convictedof to No ,..Inern...... 'JUark> .... .,' ts._; for all Jiincla..... of stock jis a "She, has such a good head for busi-
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Chlefp'ustice?It. P. meeting was largely at v -' 'V ness, ho replied. "Sho fidgeted and
ilihou 1L. M. ; 'r-:: '*? i:![ forage .and/jfej enomenal fertilizer -
Juiijfces, : the murder of his wife. and Kissimmeetories h laughed and talked on tho train until
dne : Jt)yQqg'fac-
night. ,
Carter. --- ay I
h. :. f : mfig .._and otherfruittteesviwiot she nearly had me crazy. I couldn'tkeep
ifentenced to for r.y.N
COUNTY. "I imprisonment
/ which use | : "
her still.
.. State Senator, A. Crosh ettie /Wynn is s\t1r'\ fhe"!! Tterrn of his natural life. .tobacco, clusivel1J 5:1FIt'iiia-grO\'Mi: That .is : t .: for the soil ask I I "No one over could" said her mother. ,
'Representatives L, D. Th eirsa. :J
P. Ward. "Lnetgert received the verdict .. wttl lf 1dkI a been grown iu a "She was born with a watch spring
the !proper way\ offer>;t_ ;# inside of her."
Tax Collector J. C. Fortiucr of B tooItI'n that time.
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with composure. l teJl1ce! "Then of course, she got her sister
Tax Assessor! W. J. cotilagement: to thednstry. tobac n-
Treasurer!' E.: S. l\Iatth city Toes
Clerk of OircuIt Court, f" The Spanish Minister Insults J,;. ,.., a'tll:1t fearless man who had dared to make
is all in all
'r sovalpab.
: II. Ale atider'tz mother ,
rq VeVkfA'oii .., such children, "anct '' -
; ...... \ the President. .1'"", ... :f{ a trip\vith two
: ::_ 'fII!. 8h, t mark.., are visiiripa ]ler. .iii : ,a. crop as this, for they giggled and screamed! and dan +

rit v 1Jj v "Washington D. C. Feb. 9.- .The DeLand Supplemen up and down until I thought we wvttltl. -
If itrrrt raise. It being an
Superintendenttion! I' or 'u G. Snar xnaii made a srires I "' .. ,e''"'.. ..... be put off' the train for distuIb .thi
.l F. I>. Shell to Walltrtuesdav.* publication of what purports to us that the cassava -factory aq\:" Id'n; it will do wellon other passengers." .

County Ju+lge, .T. R. p ,.. be an autographic letter written at that place) is a cal'ttlinty. "Very reprehensible," said t' '. i -
Justice of the Peace mod kind soil, in
Cook's; ;? ft QI\: jgt any
tee'"an two er, "but it doesn't seem to meach(
There should] bew tiers.
No. 0, Oeo. A. Cardiut : !
by Senor Dnpuy de Lome. the
C,'untvCom : \' ,. + ; Olllo, are visiting her. of tK ': test. north or south, like tho new woman as it is Ilk e old

':V ]1m, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Spanish :Minister, to his friend, There is money in tarcl! *4-from that .f ow corn, and nonecessary. woman."
.T a,; J. d. Creup, D. W. Clyatt. of our people had the Senor cassava for both th ';J\ 1a fJC "Finally," went on the fear ss man
Canalejas, criticisipgthePresident f e unj i 'fhef)1'UgetTi ion
." :\ without noticing the inter .
CITY. their. houses taken this with the utmost free- farmer ann the nt'hifl7c! tt!F' i I13ge and,Vlnc-. "Jennie asked me if I would gi ea

Mayer A. T. you Kirn. I! Times- niotU"t;( lt1i n't .!! penny) if she kept still until the end of

Clerk. Gor e Oatdii.er.- 1WlillS aud brother dom, caused a great sensationin ,_- !
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Assessor, 'J'. \V. Sweat. official circles Washington, '!Treasurer:. P. Duncan ro. 'sitors,. to Starke Twen 1t usa fd' r. 1'j:' : t: a i circles. In view Ji"my experience up t<>
v ttsrshaiJ.P.Itennet. : ., and will soon be followed by in. plant in rows four feet apart that time I would have unhesitatinglysaid
a-- phosphate an ;3yKig: lfi&yDafaye
Night Pt llc', J N. Jonr !
Aldermen, F' II. Morgan + :Minister de Lome's departure.In i will produce a solid mass of that it was ft a possible thing for
e|| Torrid, a hand- fit--1'ji: annee, 't her to keep still hat length of time.
}!tlddle:lJn. .!. M. Truby, N. this letter, which was published ; e a vine and foliage to the depth
wit and J. W. Hicks. lady, visiting rela Citrus! ; e8 end belonging "And you told have been quite
,. in the !New York Press to the c1t tfBi; Phospha 61, from fifteen to twenty right" Enid her other.
: "I would have if sha
"J. right
Church this .: ecu quito
morning haveing
copies jSfe '
the entire
Company, was col i under fore- lPS, covering, sur- had been cne t the thoughtless, old
Presbyterian, no-hastor Knight and the been circulated by the Cuban \.: face of the ground. fashioned girls,M. Ssertcd tho fearless:
t Prayermcetini? every a pleasant' visit to closure of mortg .a n' front of "but I foun? Instead that she.
Junta the Spanish :Minister A man
7 o'clock.. t ,
evening at '' Beside the vine being a
Sunday )inoruing at J) i Tuc sday. the, court-house a oat Bron- a miniature edition of a crafty bnsi-
refers to President :McKinleyas valuable fertilizer, forage and nessliko new wcman. She curled up in

Baptist,"Revi G. T. Lt. Knight, a charming "weak and t Catering to the son, last Monday by Special one corner of the seat and was asleep ia
nn.l mulch will ask is it also
.Master Tulis E. Briggs you two minutes. It was the only thaS
teacher made busi- way
r Pray ertneeting Thu a rabble and "a low ,
every as politicianwho Ocala '.prolific in fruit. I answer yes, she could win and she knew it."-Chicago "
inj at 7 o'clo k. Sunday Starke
Sunday: morning at D :3J desires to: stand well 't with ,, -- emphatically so. From the' Post.

Mctliollst, UP,'. J. A. : Iag le Aytes and Eloise the jingoes of his party." An, Olnstee correspondent of hill the vine runs out in all directions i- Mistaken.(

r tor. Services every : a pleasant drive "Lock here, Bridget," said an indig-
This letter obtained the
Jug: and c\eniu!?. Prayei was the faker County Press says : like the watermelon, nant lady "I have missed things ever

'ry Wednesday evening nt lake Tuesday evening story goes, by a man who risked "There is said to be'onejpr from ten to twenty feet. It since you camo to live with me, and today

'.," Sunday ing' ,ilbGO wcliooi o'clock.every Hun will preach at his life to extract it from the more wild animals, supposed to commences to fruit at the hill, room I and took I tho found liberty my laco of searching handkerchief your ,

Episcopal: Rev F. R. church Saturday envelope, after it had been re- be wolves, near here, whichare Jike the raisin grape.Thence in your bureau drawer."

"clergyman in'-'harge. "Luk at thct, I" .
12rid and'h Sunday \) and Sunday night. ceired by Canalejas, recently playing havoc with sheep along the entire length of the "Yes, and I found now my laco jabot and .

.o'clock, Sundiy, 2 school o'clock. P. Wynn is expecting ;Premier! Saga sta's representivein ohdocalf>,; NK I It is said to have vine at intervals of from ten to one of ray veils in ycur trunk." -
clay -ifteruoon ai t
Mrs. some sheep inches pods '
twenty .i'
Christian, no pastor: n : c And you h.d'a:; pair of my gloves in
PrayermeeUiig every \ j D.'!l., in a few left, for greater safety in getting for D. Hancock and several from two totwenty appear. your room.II

cve'inafaUT: o'clock. : : away with the letter. calves and pigs for other Therefore the fruitage must "Luk at thot ag'in, now 1"
every Sunday morning : peo ,
"I have taken all my things to xny

t clock. I Durden, one of Notice. ple. be i immense. own room, and I want you to leave the<
Special *
popular ladies, From to bushels honso to ay.
young thirty
PROFESSIONAL The office of the FLORIDA SESiIt State Tobacco Growers. twenty "Oh, but Oi'il lavo fasht enough for

s = fruiu u delightful ol shelled beans would be a it's not Oi thot wants to wurrnk for
r. WEEKLY ADVOCATE is now equipped
L. GASKINS, M. D, Green Cove Springs,, Feb. 8. modest estimate for an acre of anny leddy thot EO far forgits bersilf a.J:
for first-class it : .
job printing as to go pry in 'round in a girrnl'a; room r
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':""PHY SIC IAl{ AND --- -- ----- I has never been before. We have -The following' meetings of groan average crop. I speakfrom Oi t'ot Oi'wr.s wurkia for a leddy bet

; has this to the National Tobacco Growers' Oi'vc found cut mistake Oi'll! .
Mmes : ine an
STAIIKE, ILA.OGce ; added toits equipment in this department knowledge, as I have j just::;
lavo this !
I-- the r:,cent shoot- Compan:
Association at :Miami March 8
at Oa,,- n':v DI-UK Store : new presses, new type, .. harvested. nineteen acres of as ion.

t place : and line of suitable 9 and 10, promises to be the
A.L. SCOTT PLPUYSICIAN'AND l>, of a stationary fine a crop as ever grew. ..,. Ohio Men In Demand. "
a son Deputy
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to kind of work. We can largest ever held. A "Well the
: any pro Plant early in spring in rows remarked very progressive

Mooney, of this city, print anything required, and guar- gramme of speeches has been four feet drill woman, "at last a way ia open for
STAIlKK TLA.OSlce apart, or as you "
and probably) fatally us to get into politics.
antee to turn out work that willplease ]} arranged and delegates from
Store. by Arthur Cathcart like. From three to five beans "IJowr" a kcd her less progressivesister.
: at C.-o1.1n'/o Drug
the most faeidious: and .
--- several States will be in at-
E- L. $'EWARt.i.D:: ; ', I of the Atlantic Lumber critical of patrons. Don't send to the hill, same as corn, is the .Marry a member of tho Ohio legis
I near Starke SatlndtY.I : tendance. Mayor LaudBrownof right amount of seed. Culti- lature. Pittoburg Chronicle-Tele'
"""iYE, EAR, HOSE AND ? I elsewhere for your work, but giveus

S1"JtK1FI.: \ I was drinking and an opportunity to show you Green Cove Springs, secre- vate and keep clean until vine graph.

with Mr. Cathcart, fi- what we can givo you in quality tary of the association, is kept commences to fill the row, then She Had One.
Office at Starkp Drug C). I and prices. Said the rsanicd mcnvrho Ijhcsto! bo
POWELL M-U, ; ,: upon him with a very busy answering corre- lay: by for the season. sympathized for, "1.1y wifo is never <

TAT Mr. Cathcart warned the :Free Pills. spondents. A return rate from If planted in orange grove or happy unless she has a grievance."

PHYSICIA AIm "Ko'.v happy eho: mart be," said the
man not to approach, Send your address to II. E. Jacksonville of $7.34, or 1 cent orchard keep five feet or more pretty girl. And then the married: man

1'... :STARKi_, }<'L.t .\ warning was not heeded: Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a a mile, has been arranged with away from trees, as the vine is I grew strangely siIcut.-Ciucinuati En

pie th5r: 'y years experience: i fireiip the bullet striking free sample box of Dr. King's the East Coast Railway. Specialcars I quirer.
"' 11vu..vets i ana CfcJUren.. a great climber, and will cause
Vrult .;i oinpauy.DR..1. : I 1 in tho left breast. Mr. New'Life Pills. A trial will convince will be attached to the bother. One bushel of o; the Dressed Kid.

yon Relative Wouldn't it
O. HAVX11V immediately gave him- Nearsighted -
of their merits. These
Sheriff Denmark Cap- you 7:40: a. m. train Monday, perfect seed will plant four be betttr, dear, to remove your gloves! :

pills are easy in action and are March 7, for the accommodation will before we sit down to dinner?
Pod measurement
7\nl\E: : .. has telegraphed to particularly effective in the cure of members. Tickets acres. Little Niece Ifroui the suburbs--
his son's condition, but and Sick Head- shrink just half in shelling.The That isn't gloves, atntie"That's tan.-
Oficc at residence on Fo \ of COl1s 'pation
will .
above rates be sold only to Chicago Tribune.Long!
teeth extracted) painlessly ty: received beans hull
tinuhtbeties.. AU kind: ur : : an answer. ache. For Malaria and Liver ground up,
_,., members of the association on
.ft.: 1bOna.ble CbMes. -troubles they have been proved in- and all, make} : a fine fertilizerfor and Snort cf It.

f I*HOS. E. EUGG, Dank. presentation of certificate of and A Georgia editor in describing a
valuable. to pineapples
They are guaranteed orange
I man who had skipped; with the town
Members of the
Attorney and Coinselior l be perfectly free from every deleterious other fruit trees, as well as fends, informs us that: :; "he is C feet

.,.f STARKH i I KLA. 'i Feb. 8.-G. C. Stapyl- I eubstaiicy' and to hepure'y Florida State Tobacco Growers' or all vegetable growth. Stockof tall," then, in the nest line, that he isI0,000 !

$ eliort.-Atlanta Constitution.
Association will also be
-- \' of the Merchants' vegetable. They do not entitled
Office at Residence on Cbnrry all kinds like it, as well] as
'"-r LSSUY Bank, Ocala, is mov weaken by their action, but by to this rate on the same the green forage early in the : Ample Grounds.
CIVIL : : bowels conditions. Members "Yes" eaid De Anber "I am firmly
stomach and
:b.e : the furniture cf the giving: tone to desiringto season and all do specially "
: -- wedded to my art.
COUNTY the First National greatly invigorate the systefn.I attend should at once communicate well on it. "Well," replied his friend "art

'. .... Regular size 2oc. per box Sold with Mr. Laud-Brown might get a divorce on the grounds of
where all the I I
j. Professional. Drawlns. Blue I ing The analysis of this bean incomlatibility.Chicago News.
mate of work furniate 1 on of settling the affairs by J. L. Gaskins, Druggist.A secretary, at Green Cove
I shows : Nitrogen o-l per cent, ,
Oics'on Call street with CI .
: Know IIIa Ba Ine*
.. ....... > will be conducted. idea of happi.tess is to Springs.Bueklen'sArnica.
L______-"L I girl'u crude protein 19, fat C, fiber 8, "It does Aunt Lucinda EO much goodto

.h Advertising- -- I deny to give posession dance with one man and leave l two and moisture.12. go to a new doctor!111

Our advertising ra\elf: will l & Chambliss, who or three other menrnIkiug\ the Sal"c.The CAPT. E. A. WILSON. "Why?"
as consistent with keeping I "He always hunts up a new disease:
paper. It Is the purpose pt purchased the ..Mer hall floor in jealous rage.Tcttcr Best Salve in the world for for her."Chicago Record.
Mr. F. C. Helbig, a prominent
attractive ne\\
i'': issue a clean
National Bank build- :Cute Bruises: Sores Ulcers Salt
such a proportion of & \" S.iIt-JIbcum and Eozcma.The : r ,' druggist of'Lynchbury, Va., says : Prepared For Anything:

Insure that all will be been and as soon as the arrange'I ht itcliing andstnartirijrincide i E.henm"Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped "One of our citizens was cured, of Salesman-Thoee are walking gloves;
buried behind a mass of o t to these diseases: ,isinstantly allays Hands Chilblains, Corns, and madam.
will ,
IMS fin'-foand will bo wade completed open : by applying Chamberlain's E-e anti rheumatism of two year standing Rural Customer-Du tell! I've never

? (-'II to'I. :I bank. S tin Ointment. Many very: Icitl ca&cs ill Skin Eruption, and positive! by cue bottle of Chamberlain's heard of them. Let me tee 'em walk.
l have been jwnaancntly curt.l( by it. It Piles required. It "
Indulgent mothers lures or no pay -New York Truth. "
Prim Balm. The linimentis
.. I is equally efficient for itching piles
get up in a lone which I jte favGTlla retaeuy: for sore nipples, is guaranteed to give perfect sal: ; famous for its cures of rheumatism the Oceaiion.WilliePa .
time fere in need"of bans ccilblains i : frcet bites
fapl. you chaipPil: isfaction refunded. Pico
]him to star. iir or money have been delighted did NcaB taka I beeaTintothe
I : the for sale at and chi&nic: sire eyes. '2o:(;S..tcr box., ; thousands '
Canopy I 25 cent ox.) ark? *
Just! jrcelveO. a new per
with the relief
\ prompt
*" 1 .Iir, Cjuy ,Cchtlition rowatTS, are Pa-Why, of course, I mWo Did r'x
Mete' line < f shoes; < jnst what a horse zee\ls when' in bad For sale at J. L. G.c1+1n'a Drag which i it .trords. For sale by J. you never bear cf the r.rchivcs-PhUa- ,. :
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W. B., condition. Tonic blood ;:purifier and Store. : L Gashius.ti& -; dclpbia Record. .
a man finds fault with ermifoge. They are nit food but
It is bad farm to C and the best'in rso to a iro-7o-tac
his wife safely Infers medicine put : Qcate Tour Ilowel With 'Meareu. for fifty Cents. To C'urc L'onntlpatlon: Forerer.
ciul : } tb' 1 -. horse ia" prime condition. Price 25 Guaranteed tobacco habit cnr*. weak' '
profp-r'ty) 1 Candy Cathartic care f':p ttp nIf tnrwtf. nm essirozj Take dicatets iSc otSe,
dcctur. It affects ..his' : butter ctkes are all righ-' a r. : r.Faceage.: ; :!?C,25! :. .c.c.C.:..:1,w u: isbnuu.l a:., cl t+:a:: bfe/aU f\ux.= Vsz: ,$L All tI'ty":5.3; ir ,..C C.tail to:.IM CTaadYCatharlic.?,( ru ;, 5 tet'u: iaontlt

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Florida ,SemiWeekly Advocate. form? Yet there was a a time er by conditions established within '--* cAr4DYCONSTIFATION1' RAILROADS. :, .

:when the shouted it. --

PUBLISHED; TUESDAYS.-AT-AND' ..FRIDAYS. .himself hoarse demagogue in its praise They' can be made of any )inteusity CATHARTIC ;P.;I, & P.. SHORT LIE

those who knew: nothing of :po"Utical from a fraction of one car.-
STARKE, -" FLORIDA.Entered -6>H* .:
die power to that of'great bri11incy. i NORTH EAST WEST
jecouomy were caught bya -
When the lam s are placedon "
at the postofflce '
few'catchy and the
as second-class mail matter. phrases, the market th y-W'ilJ be ratod DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS "
j'l objector generally saved. his
ONE DOLLAR $ EAR. at so 'much per andle power, and

...... ; ,breath to cool his porridge" ,_.. will be at'so low'a figure as toput ;I STARKE, FLA.NO. .
TEXAS.R. llQ and waited for the !! 10.daily- leaves 2.13 p. nu, for ni
tempestjna. them, within the reach of a117 JOc ALL points North and West connecting at Jack .

4 EDITOR JiD, rRI OR teapot to subs'Ide.Now ''.,. Among the many advantages of 2Sc 50c DRUGGISTSvs. sonville with.through sleeper for New York. ,
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Cincinnati and all Intermediate points.MO. .
as of old, we are.our the new light cheapness will undoubtedly -
-, : 1' iL 14. leaves 5:12! a. m. daily for same-
I Of cthings ,S t IS' that brother's keeper'saiji'weevade ;:* be the,greatest factor in points named above carrytn6 through sleeper
.. 'f.f r 4; :-j nr Tjnnpa: ,a'njj,ioierpefate points in New York.citiBect'lnaJaccfcville .
should be irvy : ,or refusehsponsibihity promoting its universal use. Safety DO YOU WHITE 1 : : with trains frotahattanooga

on the under side oi.(" ..be. let usBe\sure< the sin will is, however, a feature of 'no IF SO WRITE. 'RIGHT.I r--M' .Att 1)\) and all point
." t4f .:..., -. Jb' $, ,1fFtI lso with trains for wessV1or1die15laeo1a
In China themen ;rts, find us out. "We dare not sit less importance.A V Mobile.New Orleans Tex

and the women troTij.Pfrhe, : ; ;still and "smile large, superior fire or an explosion resulting V VV as.NO.Mexico 13 leaves and California 11:59 p.m.points.with connection

men wear their I and smil while-our brothers from their use is an impossibility, ..... from all points and' .lvbion.. Through sleeper
.. : : as when the globe is broken the ,,, from New York.
the women. wear: their hair are deceived idled to the V .. \ NO. 9 leaves 10:Sarx: with through sleeper
I' light disappears! instantly dying H ) .f ) connections from all points north west and
short. The
men :carry on brink of a precipice through *
without, th ch.ance of anything .all points In the state.
and the For f flmMtfinflamable V For the best of the state,
dressmaking women following paths of ease. coming in contact with "'- mnp sleeper or
other Information cU on or write to
: carry burdens. People dress their vote is ours; ignorance ,;,..., t"cIt. ,..:: ..t V D.GREENo.Agcnt.Starke .

: in white at funerals, in mourning destroy our world,what shall it The.glofe airmail and V, '{'- V a.
maybe 5"
>, N,S.Penatngton T.}L
at weddings, and it is old profit us to be wise with the carried about'readily: Being entirely b > .- A.O.MacDoneH O.I. A.Jackson'Yme.

women who act as bridesmaids. wisdom of Plato or happy in independent any wires, fT ._ .. ----- ---- Fla.

power and peace? the new hght'is a portable illu- '- ,

Hugh McCabe, of New York, ,.f -. minant, brilliant and always rea The- BIGGEST OFFER YET

dy. Only one objection has- been am Sub-Agent for Bradford and Surrounding .o .
feels that the Erie railroad has WONDERFUL' IFIItTIE! l

added insult to injury to him raiswLto!! it; it is impossible to Counties for this ,Celebrated THE FLORIDA WEEKLY ADYOCATC V

in its libel for turn the light down or out; it AD
answer to a Typewriter.
..:' ''' Remarkable Discovery By musts-bdrn steadily at the same THE TWICEi WEEEDEggOIT
filed him. WhileoUjJxrard
; damages by
\f< ., -- and hope to bo able VV -
trains McCabe was kicked by a S:B. Nickum, of Indiana, claims SUB-AGENT.
to overcome; this objection in time.. J FOR
--- ---- ------- ONLY &1.00.
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;; to have made discovery -if
donkey also the train and
: on 1'-
Aboutfour I receivedan TWUEAWEUDiTlWlf iRESS
years ago THE ; FREE needs no.
his l broken. The true-will prove "stranger than No. 8 buckshot. You will Faith can remove mountains"- Introduction.%, Us many (.peciat articles by-
leg companyin order, iny regular business as' i, noted writers nave given it a worid-wlde reJlu-
fiction. A new itiu}ninant-a Bill if but civil engineers prefer to tun- tation la fehort. it is one of the cleanest
'answer greatly oblige me, you
its quotes a decisionof I md1.jirnkfor: half "
< a dozfen solar brightest and best papers published. Ni
:perpetual light, that b fus-steadl1y nel right through them. pains: or expense will be spared in keeping up
and Iwon't
will do this much for me,
the Supreme Court to the effect .systems in miniature. It waswh'U its present high standard. V
,.." without renewal-is- vrhat.. it is said Hem ember. thnt by .t ktrg advantage of
'that ;a common carrier is .. noting the,operations of the forget it. Give him both this ,combination! you pet ffi copies of THM
to be. To a special correspondentof ASK FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE and 101 cupie
not liable for; amages inflicted I;' the Times-Union and Citizen' ,planets of tKeso diminutive systems barrels. Yours truly, Jim." ;- ol THE PHEB:PRESS 156; papers, for only i.w.

that I ,led,conclusions, FOR y'Y
upon a passahger by a fellow the inventor gave the following was Beauty Is Blood Deep. .
which:caused 'ni e:question, andjirialjy Clean blood means 'a clean skin. No TICKETS -A 500-PAGE BOOS FREE/
traveller. fcCabe does not description of the light : beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic -
!J to abandon Slflsaac Newton's clean your blood and keep it clean, by _,
like the suggestion that the "Several inaccuracies haying appeared ? theories attractiou stirring up the lazy liver and driving all inv Annual Year Book: and, almanac [for 1898.
,; donkey was his allow travel- in the brief statements tha. ,.gravitation.;c..'- .,, .': .... 4'" purities banish pimples from the, boils body., blotches Begin, blackheads to-day to, iI "VilA IiJacksonville CCFHECT, CCLCKE: CCCFETE.:

ler. I have been printed regarding the r and that sickly bilious complexion by taking OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 189T.
: Among mau y o'ther conclusions Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All druggists BOOK WERE SOLD AT 25
perpetual light discovered by:mr: satisfaction.guaranteed, IOc,25c,50c. CENTS'EACH. '
that I arrived s a result of this "
., '
Civic An accurate and superiorEookot Reference
Courage.t I have
concluded to make the facts ,
first step wasHhe! : conception of aselfperpetuating To Our Customers.. that tells you all you want to know. There
will not be avu>ele s paije in It. A Practical
Times-Union nd Citizen. .
public. Educator and Hand Book of Infoimaliou
light, which I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Encyclopedic -
As the state,is maintained atone on subjects Stat tiol\!. Official
"It'should be known that thisis was successful in producing in asaiahl is the best cough syrup we"haveever Historical Political and AKrtcoiiurnl;likewise
a Book ot KolitfousFact.! and general Practical
t; stage of civilization only i i a brilliant'illuminant, sheddingforth -.y way considerably over three used ourselves or in our Directi.ui oa everyday affairs: of OnlC .
Home and.fo'
by the military virtues, so at ) a puri* light-without the as- f'ears ago. In bringing the lightto families.V.. II. King, Isaac P. AND eribinff A copy immediately of this ookwIPheenttorIlsiib-and sftidin?15 cents additional .

another .good government is Eistance}.any outside generatorThe its present perfection, many
only possible when the people Ijgfyt born and lives within presented themselves.. Special havo also pronounced it to ber all 23;,taking lw. advantage Copies (lr the of thlsoiltr.Ixwjk will be 03 soon t.enC .

possess and exercise a high degree .'the globe, from- which I its rays phine. apparatus had to be invented. the best. All wewant is for peopleto after 1X not above delay.date but possible.take advantage of this remarkable -

of courage. To the aver- "The globes in which the lightsaro and constructed, all of which work try it and they will be convinced. JITI&KI IJI limited time liberal onlY.u1'r'bv-whlcb spec:al we arrangement make for a .

< produced are spherical insh'ape retarded honor there is. with the publishers. Kemember we send both:
age citizen a sense of personal( was by a lack of means. Upon no p-ipers: a full year for fi.op. and you can h.V: <* "
and are clear glass. Theycan and a copy Of the took by sending! 15; cents a responsibility for his countryand The light as it is made would bean better that we have ever tried Citionul. Address' V

I Ir be made. in all sizes The impossibility if atoms we have used kinds.-R. A. FioniDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE.Starke. .
his community must come, were. many i TIle.' Fla.
light ie,in two forms. In one it is drawn together by an attractive BLAKE & SON, General: Merchants,
but we fear the lack of civic I Jacksonville} >. aC ' C>'
diffused throughout the globe, filling force. The fact of atoms and Big Tunnel, Va.Sold by J. L. r'4 ,

courage is deeply and hourly it completely with a mellow masses turning toward 1-" each otheris Gaskins. r V Tampa and ""t I M CALJ I f'
felt-the courage to deny a
phosphorescent flame. The effectis not due to an attraction between Charity often covers a multitude Key 'VestRailvay =. BAZAR.

popular cause sometimes and similar to that of arc lamp, in- them, but to a force behind them of sins which ought not to be cov fAflEI1SW ::

to follow one that is odious, closed in-a ground glass globe. III which drives them together; the Qred. t .

tEongh right; the. courage to the other form the light is in the force. instead of being a pull, is a It is not often that a physician A ,North "THE STYLISH PATTERN. Artistic. A- \

refuse openly the demagogue's center and resembles a ball of push. As hasbeen stated before, recommends a patent medicine; and $ Fashionable. Original. Perfect- f i
Fitting. Prices 10 and 15 cents. T
Appeal and to give the reason flame. ",' a new principle of force is involved when he does, you may know that !'I South LinoThrough V t None higher. None better at any prlcr. i I

- why. Notwithstanding. the'phpsphores- and the light will stand'as' 1 it is a good one. Dr. J. P. CleveI j Some reliable merchant sells them In _* I
I nearly every city or town. Ask for T
Indeed the to do cent appearance of the diffusedlightit a monument of its truth. I land, Glasgow, Va., writes: ''I i them,of they can be had by mail from H I
courage differs from phosphorescence the V .1 us In either New York or Chicago f ..;
used Chamberlain's Colic
1 am aware that the public will have ,
this nature gives to only a few. i Stamps: taken. Latest Fashion Sheet ? ,
in that it throws out light without receive this view' with incredulityuntil Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in HEART H sent upon receipt of one cent to cay 1f i

While men in thousands, i11w heat. Both forms are incandes- the light is placed where all my practice and it has proven to postage > o ..* ,, -, f_ '

march gayly to storm a battery, cent. The globe itself remains can see it. This will be done as be an excellent remedy, where a of t CALJS i

those are not numerous who cold, there being no waste by heat soon as arrangements that I deem thorough course of medicine had

: can follow conviction in the I escaping from the interior to the necessary for a full protection of failed with me. I recommend it FLORIDA.Write MAGAIBNE'tfJ7 i.i i.

face of public opinion and dare outside. I my rights are completed.A to my patients every time for i Brightest ladies magazine! published. T

1 defend the right when ignoranceor The production of two different colic and diarrhoea." Many Invaluable for the home. Fashions of H
Teacher the General Passenger the day, Home Literature, Household _
malice rise up against it. It forms of light is accomplished by Whipped. other progressive physicians ; Agent for information. T Hints, Fancy Work, Current Topics, -

is 'so much easier to say nothing establishing different conditions Gainesville, Feb. 5.-The recommend and use this remedy, W. B. COPIH Gen'l Supt.G. eluding Fiction! ,all free for only pattern' 50,cents your a own year lelectioa ln-- _,

than to convince one of his own within the globe. The power that path of the young school teacher because it always cures and cures D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Pass. Agl -* any time. Send two 2-cent stamps T
Get bottle and I for A
quickly. a you sample copy. Address .
imperfect knowl dge unwar- keeps the light constant and pre- JACKSONVILLE. ,
at Newberry is not alto- will have an excellent doctorvm : THE McCALL COMPANY .
ranted assumptions, or .malicious vents it from perceptibly varyingis gether a path strewn with roses, the house, for all bowel complaints, I I J42-J46 Vest J4th Street, New York." I

attempt to deceive. We the nnchangablo surrounding as Prof. E. R. Dickinson has both for children and adults. QENI K. E LEE \ "(0 189 FIfth Avenue, Chicago. >1
vibration of atmospheric matter For sale by J. L. Gaskins.A I -..1kGL1VES
believe this sin of omission is found out to his sorrow. It 1 1 4>' '
operating the globe. The SOLDIER;
always responsible for the existence seems that the teacher chastisedone clever man can hide the fact ,

of the demagogue in power at all surrounding times the same the globe, when being the of the students, and the that he isn't wise; but a.wise man Citizen and Christian PatriotAGR

America. informed his mother of the always exposes his lack of clever-
matter within it is reduced, that boy ATBOOKFORTHEPEOPLE. i

And here again we give the which remains is subject to a higher occurrence. The mother visited ness. n !
old excuse of Cain: "Am I state of movement. Instead of the school, and, after-giving I ITASTELESS
my brother's keeper?" The increasing the power upon a certain the teacher a piece of her mind, I I EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL TERMS. g ; rt9'4*

demagogue must be very deep: amount of matter! the quantity came down with tremendous In effect on and after Nov.7. Money can be made rapidly and a vast amountof t&4I V V1'

or unusually careful who does of matter is decreased undera force upon his shoulders with a No. I. No.3. ]To.2 No.4 good historical done in circulating works published one of duringthe the noblest 1'' flILDg ;
Daily ex.Daily. STATIONS. Dally ex. Daily.Sunday. past quarter of a century. '
not find ten men'in every audi- certain and constant power, horse-whip, and told him if he Sunday. ATYE! AGETS ARE NOWREAPINGA RICH HARVEST.Some V : V !l't i.J
which produces the same result. i Lv.am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar.pm. ,' ; IAT
to whom his language is treated her that ... :
ence ever boy way 720800 t..Gainesville. 1100 7oO of our best workers are selling ; ,

the raving of a fool or the baying This principle is exemplified in the again she would do him worse 730 727 310t..Minniellill..l0 3 15 t..Cannon's xing: :10 53 8 653 650 Over One Hundred Books A Week. y RIas :

carbon fillament of an incandec-i 7S5 3201..Rocky Point.. 1050 645 Mr A. G. "Williams. Jackson county. Mo., V
of a cur at the moon-only than that. As a.cousequence, 750 335f..Wacahoota. 10408O ; 630 worked four days and a half and secured 5t or-
cent lamp. A less amount of S.St..FleweUens..l030 620 ders. He sells the bonk to almost every man
sound and fury-or else the the teacher feels much 805 350t.....Clyatfs .... 1025 615 he meets. Dr.J. J. Mason. Muscusree
matter in the filament carries the. aggrieved 810 353 .....Kirkwood., 1010 610 Ga.,sold 120 copies the first tire days county.he can kV .. er'i' -' .. 'i', I
malicious attempt of a lower and wants the countySuperintendent's 815 400t..... Elmore...... 1005 605 va.csed.; U. C. Sheets. Palo Pinto connty. V I
traveling a larger wire 817 4OSt.Tacoma..1000 6 CO hours and
same power Tex wo-ked a few sold 16 copies I
830 4 10 f.... Taylor's...... 955 555 J.
assail what mostly morrocobinding. II. Haana.Gaston
creature to rests advice in.the 1'
'-- and in so doing it is raised to a 8t5 415t..Mlcanopy .... 950 550 county.N. C_made a month's wage*in three
835 f..Tascawila...;. 940 543 days canvassing for this bOOk. S.M. White
placidly high above his teach. higher degree of movement. matter. 837 430t.Lake Simonton. 935 540 Callahan county Tex. is selling: boot at the
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842 435t. Hickman. 930 535
rate of 144 copies a week.
But why face the abuse, the When the desired candle.poweris To Cure Constipation rorever. 847 440t..Souihside.... 925 5 SO
Take Cascarets''Candy Cathartic. lOc or 25s. 852 445t..Dunearvan .... 920 525 THE WORK COHTAIBS? SlOG RAPHItA SKETCHES
temper and the malignity. that reached with my newly discovered If C.C.C.fall to cure druggists refund money. 903 500t.......Irvine...... 910 515 of all the Leading General!. a vast amount of
.... ... ...Fort Drane.... .... .... Historical Matter and large number Beau HILL
are the weapons of these men? illuminant, the globe is It is said that a Georgia Ar.am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm Uful., ull-Paite Ulustratl.ns. It is a grand': "
telegraph stations i book. and ladies and gentlemen who can rive
And so those who cannot see sealed. Thereafter no change can : sheriff the Qther f.-flag stations. I I'I all or any part of their time to the canvassare
:: day intercepted J.F. BUNCH.Gen.Pass. Agent. I bound to make immense sum of money

: .', the vulgar errors in fact or take place.! this letterfrom a prisoner in V.JHERIjONaGen.Man.; i I'handling

The light can neither increase or !I, AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS TONIC
:: deceived and
logic are jail on the charge of murder: -JOB PRINTINGBring showing the different style of binding samplepaea.
t decrease in brilliancy.. It is a ,and material necessary to work with
astray. "Dear Bill-Please kill the will be senton receipt of 50 CENTS The
lasting as the glass of which the I magalflcent; gallery of portrait a10le..in: the IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS.
f: This is one of the political who's to prospectus is worth double the money. We
globe is constructed This statement judge going try my it to THE AuVOCATE office furnish It at far less than actual coat of'm1- WARRANTED. PRICE50cts.

.. errors, of 'our. people, ,and it is is based upon actual tests, case. That's: the only way I WE CAN DO IT- 7 I territory ufacture quietly and and AddressROYAL get we exclusive would atlrt&e control you of to the order beat Paris Medicine Co.OALATIl.St.Loula.l1o.,ILU..KOT.B 1252.

followed by bitter fruit. Who can git continuance tJfO'CIeD-We: cold last year COO'bottle*.of
and not on theory. The power of ASYOUWANTIT.WHEN t 1 CliOVE'3 TASTELESS CUlL TONIC aoc1 havobooirht

"will deny t9-day the evils and the light is not wholly governed. enough 'for me to brak out' of YOU WANT IT L PUBLISHING CO., pirtcaeo ihpto of It gross yean alreedy, la the thla drug fear.lra In in all**oar, bays em-
L 11TH.AND MAIN STREETS, cev.r mull an article"' that gara ocb ooiTenal M*
the dangers'1 the Ocala plat- by'the' size of the globe, bat ,rath- jail. PlelSe'shbot him witli TRYUSI! CcUa as yoaj 'Q-aW. tour rnrf,. ,
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: .FLORIDA MATTERS.& AN OLD STORY. I ire and rarely fires-except.seen. for cooking- A. S, R. & G. R. R. EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' ..-.;.'...:..:..-.,,---

With Untruths and Inacu- I
;, The air and the sunshine Defarture and Arrival of Trains.STARKEFLORIDA. .

racies '
will whet,the blunted -
WEE K. 1 i combined :.

.* appetite and the :nights will ') .- .'.

Gathered From Our State Exchanges. Over the signature of Alex ?o. 1 daily, leans 7 a. m. for LaCross '
: i soothe the most wakeful, eye in'to Brtnkley and intermediate: points. This train TRADE MARKS 4_,
W. Journal i connects with the O. S. & F.! at Samp-son DESIGNS -- ,
Bealer the Atlanta -
soft and dreamless sleep -
factories have been ,
Two moss ,
"' Junction furPaLUka. Macoa and Intermediate .,;:. .
sketch and
Anyone sending a dencrtptkm may
opened in Leon county this of Saturday last gives an. which one awakes refreshedand points., inventiou quickly ascertain IsprobabljrpatentaMe.onr opinion free CoramnnJrn-whether an -. '---I ''....".,;.",
KO; 3 Satur'ays and Sundays only. Leaves -
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent ."f
I i :year, one at Chaires: and one at account of the devastation able to do full justice to his 5:30 p.m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly.nnd intermediate i sent Patents free. Olden taken mrency through for Munn aecnrinir Ao.pat receive em*. -. .It

pouts.onneetIzig at Samp-on Junction ,tpeeial>tlcff without tharse.in tbii :-
I Tallahassee.John wrought in Florida by the extraordinary breakfast. .
for Palatka. Macon and intermediate points.
cold of February A, dreamy: land it is, a land HO- 5. second cla=5i. Leaves Starke, 4.-OJ a.m- Scientific .Hm l.i\iUI. _. \ ;

I for LaCrosse Biinldey and intermediate A hsndsonSely Illustrated weeilr. Largest etr- :. ;
Oman a man about 60 of and land of love eulatton of scientific nurnal. Terms.$3 a.' ,'- -
1895. !The account is grossly beauty a i( points. This train is daily except Sun ay. year: four months any }.; Soul by all newsdealer. .."-' !: ,

l ,,- :years old, has been :arrested at inacurate: and unjust as to a a land where weary brains may 71 _i'Cfe seao*. ** NO-NO2.4. arrives arrives at at Stark Starke I2lv at 9.3ip.p. m.m.dally.Satu MUNN & CO.361 BroadwaJ- New York ,0.
Freeport andDeFuniak lodgedTn J jailat !ftige portion of the state and find a rest from toil and care days and Sundays only.: Branch Office*625 F Sf...Washington.JX C.ForJOpORKTryus ....

on the chafg|! ...fif" thwrit r evidently drew his and be made fresh again for the ,Fifty Years Ago. m.NO.Daily 6-:second except class Sunday.arrives at"Starfce.5:30 p_ -- :

passing counterfeit money. conclusions from observation ina duties of life. Best of all, it is This Is the way it wa bound to look CEO. TOJIPSKTT.Gen. Supt. 1 !
When grandfather had his "picter took. Stark,Tia.AirrnuR .

very limited area. The JOur-: a land made to blossom largelyby These were the shadows cast before __J HEISS Gen. MST.Jacksonville WE'CAN. DO RIGHT. -
There have been shipped from The coming:of Conjurer Daguerre f; Fix: -- -
nal has probably just heard of Georgia's sons, and with the And his art; like: girl in a pinafore '-,' -
the F- -
Welborn this winter by Some day to bloom to a goddess fair.
of .
stete-they -
the greatJreeze--which did not plucky spirit our RAILROADS. '.'... w
C. & P. R. R- eleven carloads fast her to the Men certainly were not as black we know
are bringing
ruin the orange industry in As they pictured them 50 year .;o.

of seed cotton and four hundred II front again." ,& Peninsular Railroad -
Florida; ; which, in fact, did The Florida Central
and forty-two bales :df ginned Ayer'ssarsaparillabegan ,
not damage the state to so
Tetter, SI*-Itheum and Eczema. and all Northern Points.
The Short Line between Florida!
cotton. great an extent as the publication The intense itching and smarting,incident 'Ito make new men, Just
I of such exagerated as the new pictures of men ,
accounts -
Bmidentown News : Mr. by'applying' .Chamberlain's Eye and began i be made. Thousands HEW TOE! BOSTOX AID THE EAST.
of a disaster from which Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases ,
have been permanently cured by it. It of .people fronted the camera Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago.
11am AVhitaker while on a recent Everett Macon.At1 nta. Chattanooga. Nashville.
the state ,is rapidly recovering.As is equally efficient for itching piles'and with skins made clean from --Everett. Birmtnjhsua. Holly Springs Memphis. Little Rock. Kansas City.St.Louis Ckicago.

hunt, killed a white jack- a favorite remedy for sore nipples, blotch) and blemish, because-
if to make amends for Siou City.
hands chilblains frost bites
The bird i is prized be chapped they had purified the blood RiveJunctIpeiizaeoja! Mobile. New Orleans. Texas, Mexico.California and the Pacific.
snipe. previous exoneration and in- and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts.per box. with S
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
Coast Effec>lT-. l><;e..
cause Qof its..rarity*- and is being accuracies the writer mentioned ,Dr. Cady's Condition Ponders, are is as powerful now as then. b"C NL NEW YORK EXPRESS NO. Sf

mounted by"Mr. Oscar Tollinsof just what a horse needs when in bad Its record proves it. Others L4L Leave, with Jacksonville Pull-8.18
u. m Through
closes letter follows
as : condition. Tonic, blood purifier and imitate the remedy ; theycan't .4 NTLY ZZ& man Sleepers for Sa v an- "

Sarasota. "What is the outlook for the ermifuge. They are not food but imitate the record : 0 q 1 0 bfI!S 4V4 nah ton.. Columbia.Baltimore.Wosnlng-Phllurtel- .-... _;.
medicine and the beat in use to put a 1 phia. New York. and all .." >0:
Kelly :Miller vas thrown future in 'Florida? It is very horse in prime condition. .Price 25 BO Years of Cures. 0 t'r: Eastern points. Connects '")
S ,
ts per package. .% Wmts for Fernundina. Return "
encouraging as the people have -I Mit 4 4 train No.37reaches Jack- >
from a wagon by a:runaway .J S -vwGIIfS / c soaville 9.30 p. m. .;
horse near- Live Oak Friday begun to plant other crops be- ffs_ r l -

alid killed. David Fudge also sides oranges to bring them in A .AM.I.L5 Z P 0C :sw1 oia ,.. '- T 4 %' i m.Leave Daily Jaivoouvul for same points 7.00p. ..

$2,000 Wordl a J ;- I a, North. Curries Through
riding in the cart had several money.Many. 0'' LM.rssu ', y It ,. : Sleepers Jacksonville to
4 s._ zSw..O Pr. New York Return No.
bones broken when the wagon hundreds of acres have -- ,-; a. r 35 arrives Jacksonville .
4& I, :;JM.3 ry : 9.33m. S ;:
been in in the kM.. *
smashed. planted celery ?
in connection with The Atlanta
paper announces, Weekly N CA'Z 0 I N NO. 36. Leave Jacksonville
hammock .lands. It grows to TsI.i 7.00 p. to.. via
Constitutution, a new cller in which everyone may have a chanceto ..1AT 1- EverettMacon Atlanta.Chattanooga. .
last while __!- Q 4I..m ,
Saturday evening perfection there and comes to f. Connecu
supply the missing! v.crJ i in this sentence: D.I.% -1-- : for Louisville. Nashville.St. .

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kelley were market at a time when there is p C, ._Il1u Louis igiicagoand; all
._ I A'I Northern i and Western
--- -----
,. fighting fire at their place near none from the northern mar- 0r1 .n : jIG Points. Returninc train
i .s1 4 T FIRST IT WAS BY r4 arrives Jacksonville 8.1Q
Mrs. Kelley's clothing : i a ,,, i : a.m.
Mango, kets. .114, fly ; :;
bad- _____ __ .s.i 'II
caught fire, burning her so 'l'The freeze narrowed the 0 )s _71.1JIT. T ASHY1U1 ROUTE. ThrouscVVuilmua

ly that she died from the effects belt said Rev. R. W. 0k., W- b service for sleeping Cincinnati car
orange The senteri'ce.ls t3k n.from weK-known pubIcatlon.Tb.! a- .via Savannah ColuKbia.Ashville. .

; Sunday afternoon.The Lawton, in speaking.of.the out word is a familiar one, nnd it may readily suggest itself. a S ---S s, oJ1 Knoxville. Hot through Springs the, .
Celebrated mountuinoutCountry
cT. (
look for the future. of north Caroli
first carload of cabbage ?.. a. .o.j. JFt. d na. Leaves Jacksonville ...

. left Gainesville Tuesday over "Orange culture, as a busi- Contest Began Ian l-Ends March 1 'gO _. -% NANDINAONVILtl 7.00p.m.7.40 Jacksonville a.m.Arrives Returning Clnclnatl B.U arrives atm -. ... '

: 1 ness is not followed now northof ; 1/ JA. ,JTINC. -SONLY
the Plant System. The car .. ,,, -A ,
I a point 60 miles below St. / C Jl UNE THROUGH TIE
R. K. Denby -
was shipped by l
; Balbach of : Augustine. Some years ago TO ENTER THIS COHTEST Tfni. ; -. : tif; {ilE FOIL ----- M.. \ AND MIDDLE ESCAMBIA FLORIDA BAY.PENSACOLA Leavej
Daetwyler \ z.'. acksouvuie! &.I:!) a.m.By
the northern portion of Marion r'k't No. 2 daily for Lake
Philadelphia. All was good S8s? City, Live Oak. Madison:
the ...., Tallahassee.
county was greatest orange dL. Monticello
? LHr'rsttg&5&
tock, contributed by several 5$ River Junction. 1'ensaco-.
sections in the state. More *u -,, oa t la. Mobile, NEW OB-
farmers. Although this is I1I" r m.u1'l1 I.EAHS. and the Southwest 'It
: there Mexico, Californiaand
were produced
: early for shibpiug cabbage a oranges orzz.g or Is- i- -PTA PA the Pacific Coast.
.. Carries Sleeper. Return
J i than in all the .rest of the Z'4D
No. larrivesJack.ol1Yil1e
good price is expected.: IN CONNECTION WITH A,
: 7.55
a. m.
, state. Now that section is left viLi.E9.13

l| Judd.. Sharp sent up by out of the orange belt. The THE FI! f I.' [(ADVOCATE, .;\, Hsh.&h.1\t\ M7. iiiJzrxco a.thorne.m. for Silver Starke.Sprin Haw:
lv J..ieo
steamer 8 saddles of fat venison, farmers are turning their at- ATTE t.to.-I.-; .;-"':"=J..L'I ...... _, UU?? N .\ ___ .-_S Ocala Key, Gainesville.Wildwood. Cedar Leeo-
nil shot in This beats tention to raising. corn, sugar- LOW I MICE : aU turg. Tavares. Apopka Orlando Lachouchee.-Dade City Plant City, Tampa. Arrive Jack-

1 I one day. we'C-, ......."f".............. --- sonville. 4.ISp. m.NASHVILLE.

Dick Mackinson's record of 7 cane, melons, strawberries, to- In connection Wit"l : :h;* Ciui/brnjr i : Rate we will, if you end your ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers *

t in one day.: Five of these, bacco, cabbage and potatoes. guess with the aub.-tr-j.tloi; : price, forward, all for you and thuscrJE Via EVERETT, MACON, ATLANTA AND CHATTANOOGA. .

r i however, Mr. Makinson shot in Much attention is being givento : YSU A Cg&St. :.. :...-AT- TJ.Z r.sm'IuRD! FUnD Leave Jacksonville 7 00 p m; arrive NasiivilleJ 00 next pm

tobacco culture for Floridais ,... _....
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live successive shots without Leave l Kaslivilie 9 00 a m; arrive Jacksonville 8 00 next am ,
At the end of por'.oj *.o\'''rtd by; hs: oonts( Constitution; will payout
yard from his posi- said to produce as fine tobacco to tile suecesiii.l :...it} or i>a- t.ea die tu1! prze Amount that has accruedIn 8.15 A. M. Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland' Route steamer. and cam '
moving a the ('U1't.! The j,:.m 1- -irr.p'e and jhcse contests have become BO berland Sound. .
as can be grown anywherein popular and h.tv 0.'(':. oonjai'tml-wUh: mch absolute!' fairness to all that 4.00 P. M. Local for Everett. close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and q Ieke. *% '
tion. This was record shooting. th! y have hen *;",!..:y' c-i'-i afUr. but none have become equal to The ronte. **
the world and much land is CostttitIn... gre'., ortpin tt l f'r' 5.00 P. M. Local for Tallahassee Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 4.15 p. m.
! Kissimme Valley-Gazette.] 9.40 P. M. For Tampa and intermediate point.s. Pullman Sleepers. Ar.Jacksonville 7.35 a. ra,
, being given to its culture."There IN ONE YEAR THE CON5TITUT5ON% ; HAS PAID OUT. BnssSs THROUGH SLEEPERS for CINCINNATI via ASHV1LLE, leaves Jacksonville. at 7-00 p. ,-
I m. arrives AshvlUe 1.45 p. m.. arrives Cincinnati a. Tn**,
NEARLY S6.QOO iN CASHIn For Macon. Atlanta, two trath.sdally. Leave Jacks nille 8.15 a, m.and. p. m.
office are other encouraging -
The United States Land ..
Summer Rates to-Excursion Points-in Effect June 1st.
0 3 for the future. A there miyirg word r-ontet*. Uete as Me 10 per cent of the subscription .
yesterday received an application signs lunrt r" i .-.\"od (r"l0 snhr'bcrs: KUtsimc' at the missing; word. and ) >__> Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train. < <
has this fund if jrUen '.o .1.! sene="-ful;' );uo't'r' Or guc-siers: In the contest.
for a homestead froma tariff of 1 cent a pound The furd !- v.'''b-'''" ic1** 'ib T".*te ttrne.! >>r.<1 the fact that The
Weekly! Cons.uut o.j n d a V')li. THAN. l;>).ix>u subscribers! and that! It Parlor Oars on Day Trains Between acksonville and Tampa.Send .
man who makes affidavit been placed on all citrous fruit, puts as'!.1c 10 PIT <., nt frr> a ..lIf.!'..>.!".. '-'iti"rripfon: > for this distribu- for Best Indexed Map of Florida to" ]
tion fund 'h( ws th.'t t* *' amount to be (!;,'j.!!' d at each! interval is laretenouph .
that he is 100 old. As which includes oranges. This to l>* worth CI'r vinj (Qr. !( -,. not a tch-priny or a deleft- J
years fill J'rrorn.'ton.: K"t t>>. n'np I? (,!'''n .!r.d "I.,,?)!*. and I1* A )MlTlEDtothe : :
he will under the law be compelled will help the Florida growersto ,n..llf. br ih- !*.,.. OjSr. I>..parhyi.t.. M m..rf Orion" ('quh'at.tNlt. Georgia Southern and Florida Eailway.

__-Tb. ft*>ri ..rlh| tv' .PYw'. >j. (UtlPI>! '.(TcrifM In ..'t if'-tr vn'i't nnder ....:1.1. and will boprnrd '.
to live on the land five get a good price for their of ot Wio Vie Bubscrl(Si.?'(-f|I Aion tr! ccnlM b>rjkr" t+lcrv accnipi te".t ointaiittiv. v.Ulcb 10 .toa the award after an examination Suwanee River Route to Florida-

I before he can secure a fruit. Then the reduced acreage In One of *,<**- years I wbo rec:.-i% -ii J roOT th the land he evidentiy and the reduced output Vwn d (trihut(V5 arnfnjr sict ssfrl 1 rii==!" title to .
Shoo 13113 750pLv..Athtnta! ----------AriCentral---------- 74.a 805p ShooFly
tl.\t.. i\l-eth t'"r misfire! wrrrt > ptippUM or not. It costs 11 OOL 1118p'Ar.... .. ....Macon------------Lv'O.' S. & F....... 4 I5. 4-lOp Fly.427p .
is confident that he willlh"e to will have a tendency to keep noth r.g to K-IIKS And pn t-.rsh:: i>nt'i.To sful. the guesser get It IOn 11 28p Lv .... .. ...Macon----------Ar G. S. & .(0'....1;... .. 405a 47p 11 1O&
1121) l31p 1470. at ......... ..Cordele-----------, S.& F. .. ....1418 2 16p 8:0.:: .
i be the oldest man in America. prices up. Last season I sold THE GREATEST; OF All WEEKLY' SVrPAP FOR ONE YEAR 8 iOl, 305p) 300a ar... ..... ......Tifton .. .. . ..1VIG. S.&}o'.. .. ....12153 12 Mp IS 40a.1030p .
445a 44)11.: 0.1'........... Valdosta .... .... ....1v0., S.&F..1030a 1103a 500.
: the first of its kind some choice oranges. as high as Keop: that 'n vk-w nndnd your ru It is case for your home paj/r ar.JL,, \V.ki:: Constitution.: .. .. .. ..TbomasvUle. ... ....IvPJaneSyltem.... ...... .. .. 2-8110
land office. $6 a box. The IJlorida orange .. ... ... Bainbridge...... .. 1vPlant :!a
, on record at the Should' you :2lrendbe: n ;t' 'crl'er'o! ycur home paper, remit $1 11ilp..ar.. .. ... _--.Ja..per. -. .-. S. System..1. ..
is acknowledged to be the best .. ..La.keClty..lvG. S. & F...... .. ..8 P 8 53a...... ..
i Gainesville Sun.Gainesville to this paper .for Th Weekly Constitution: for one year, and it ..-.. ... PaJatka-------lv G. 8.&F..5 lOp 6 .. ...

I in the world and my buyers in will be fonvjrd.-d to The Co-is.titulion with your guess. ....... -ii 3 iDa. ......... ...!' ...... . .... HYlltem.. .. llbllP .....
......[ 54.p a1ar.'Vaycrol!>;... ... .. Plant System. 940p ........
has one of the the north wrote me that the ....... 745p 1401lo11t1"... .......Jack>onville. .. ......Iv Plant System. 130p 1045a.! .

The Constitution guarantee* tint the amount of the award will ...... .-:7. wiiv......... ...Jasper--------------arP1antSystem. S-8p& '" ... .
contracts for lighting coarsest roughest sent ...... ...... lila ar..4..L1veOak---------lvP1antSystem.: : ... 5J1p ......
best oranges not be less than S5OO in cash and it bas much
may as $2,000. .. .. ...... l4.p ar.- .......Lakeland. . ... _lvP1ant: System. 9 4Sa 701a.........
streets of town in the them from Florida bring more THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION; ii i IK GREATEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN . ...\. ...... 3 OOl ar... ......... .Tampa------------.lY.PlantSY'ltem. S(ha .....#..
i any THE WORLD. It is a TWELVE I PAC.K:. SKVKN.COLU t-lS-TO-THE-PAGE ....... 320p 130aiT..T1fwn.. ....lvT.&N., ....... .. 830p 11008,. .. ... .
United States. Much has been than the best Jamaica. oranges'selling NEWSPAPER{ containing tfTY.FOt.R COLUMNS: every week. It has no ... .... 420pl 85Oaar., .. ...t..Fitzgerald. .. ......lv T. & N. E-------- 500p 93Ua!. ... ..

about the contract with side by side. The out- equal as! a Weekly Newspaper in AMerica; i its new report cover the world, and Operates Pullman Buffet SIeeper the year round between Nashville,
said its correspondent nj\4 agents are to t>e fonad in almost: every bailiwick of the South. Tenn., and Jacksonville, Fla., via Macon and Tif ton.

." Lake City, which is claimed an look for the future, if more ern and Western States. Operates Pullman Sleepers between Atlanta and Brunswick, via Macon

AS A M AG A7.IM C It prints more m: r'"r run l I.f rt'nai'iy; f .nn-1. !in excellent one. Lake City has 25 freezes do not .come, is very AS AN BBUCATO K It!to aseboolhmrv!L"rtf;a'p.r'.n-adln,of C-mllt.t'-ItlOIlIa a liberal education.
Operates its own Sleepers between Macon and Palatka via G. S. & F.
ITS SPECIAL FEATl"; KS mmpnd -"P"'l'hl1 to ever tm home In A/nerlr
lights of 1200 candle power for i encouraging, and although the ITS FARM AND FAUMH1J O"l'.UfF.:< K. Woman'. f>.>partnieqt nnd It. CUI- Direct line to Fitzgerald, Soldiers; Colony: via Tifton.
rm'. Drorttwecf *reoU un which she pays$13 2 per month. crop of oranges will be smallerit tbcae detiartnienta air miMn-fw-d. The tioi.>l r.tu.n !Io Ili-morratir In Politic, a.i It I. a
the pri rlplr rnnoctulrd la the ... .. stop.
kftnyadrcater ;>KtlooaI Platform mf the P. ,
Gainesville has 12 lights of 200- will for many years to. come .-- --.-- --.-- D. G. HALL, T. P. A. H. H. nIC .\RDBO F. I). A.
-- 12 Kiuiball, Atlanta, Ga. Hogan St., .Jacksonville Fla.C. .
00 candle power and 30 of 32 bring a fine price." THE, FOLLOWING ARE ,TE!! COMDJTMMS; .' OF THE C01TEST I B. RHODE, S. P. A., Macon, Ga.

for which she J. LANE. ,
candle power Florida is a delightful placein Ten Per Cent oftheTIIR. fOXSTITl'TlO* PIT!* IO P2R ('E (T'ft the amountrclm It
I ">for ul'''"rii'Uonn from p".rtr s"rott-rlnctbf':Mlnaiac! Word Cont -
pays a fraction over $91 per which to spend season of Guessers Subscriptions t ft Into fund ur UtoirK' >ul;',n uon tiirue WhO name correctly UMtissluc I
goes to the wor J. It only"n- nUtuit
month. The Lake City lights rest. There the sunshine is always Fund to be diyided'I I will word ly the civeo.!.m thr*will rnl.r7 t a-.d.proponionAtrly[t tunrr thai divided! one taooof iuppiVM the the auccrtaI mJ' THE POMONA NURSERIES IS i

In other words if this z r-.. \ ___ _____
burn until midnight only, while and warm little NEW CAT
bright F.und
'to $20.000 tb Mha' Wont Is that esthjuid ev. most be
Gainesville contract is for mounts ; ryguws .sceo. -
the rain falls in the winter and a for this period then I panlM by a 3 *r'lI sut,.-r'tUon to The Weekly Oonstitation. If MM ,,- WILL BE REACT TO SAIL Et OCTOBEP ,
through tbe itr ub1&h1IChl! adT tfc nil night. In other words soft breeze is always blowing. to the fund to go to the clubbing offer the KWWI at the minln! word wUI be forwarded.-* I-t .
cXndlepower I successful CWflBtniwt te Kent wltb tbe satncriptioii. Should one person send ) One party write si follow of on 197 cata. t ..
has 24,960 guesser I more than one Mnwerbe or she will I It entitled! to a stare of toe fond i- Will yo pIesse seed n e a copy oifomr -
Gainesville make sweet music in the, pines. would be $2,000. for each correct awm.r- There will be DO capital prize-ereryon* _ _ _ ( :fble Nursery C* alorvc. I haJ a copy.k tkave f
_ ___ wfll get a flret prcse.! Person may guess u many times M they send it. find -
while ,: )loused I *o many Urttlax
for $91 .
all night fish : 4
Game and are to be had for i. .s.s. t1onA. _ .fEI;. thj.gjIujtthatld.uotwIktobewtibitaS t
for 30,000for fa MAKING YOUR. ANSWER yon need not write the sentence! oat In fan-Jost ny the !lIIbiI! Lu p ccpy." #
Lake City pays $112 I the shooting and the catching, I, Vector the abort particular period(de9l% natuic It) "eO_._._.". (U j Ovr new 1893 Catalozne wilt contain all ta.

half the time.-Gainesville t and witn the smallest .ADDBKS8: ALL CLVBB1XR OUDEUS TO A: rood teItnrnottkeI597cP.tat.gnebeWen1.auy
only no man --:- S hJ t-1 B W one*. Fully Illnoirated wi.b amy aPholoxrs tw .
-_ ti .We View We offer a fall Hie ef
Sun. amount of energy need go _S L Pratt aad vtaUtTieei and 6brnbiaJap'.itto
.... FLORIDA SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE. SovUrera paBti! r- CataLogue Free. AtUren
hungry. Colds and coughs are '
,Kdncate Tear Iloweft.With CaicmreU. THE GRIPPING BROS CO,
f\ \ Newest Md Most Preflteb
Candy Cathartic CHIT constipation forever.J0e almost unknown to the natives '
Peccli for Switkera Pleetw. OOXL1VRZZRI23, flr,1t&as .
,,.. ,:k. If C.C.c.rail,Cn gUwref anil\ moneyj STABKE, FLA. __ .
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nEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS.' ,PERSONAL NOTES.\ Deputy-Sheriff' Win. Ty,ou visited: Shooting Affray at Ward\ City 1 : J ASSAULTED WHILE ASLEEP. EDWARD ; 4

8 Mr. 0. B. Wetks, of I Waldo, is in L:1wtey: !oil ay. .... : .. MDDLETON, ...l ;
the city to-dar. Dr. .1. L. Gaskins visited! Jacksouille -- L. i
GATHERED CITYANDNEIGH- Successor to Andreas -
vi Will Hathnsr Jim'Simmons Colored Woman
: Mr. ,WednesJay.Mr. 'j'r. Shoots and Her Baby
BORHOOD Shipmau of L iWtey was .
His for Beat on the Head With EPItIETOf OF'
in town Thursday. N. B. Hull returned thIs morning Step-Father
ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT &: PECO JAR. from Jackson 'illiJlr. ill Treating: His mother. u Katcliett.
Mr. J. M. Truby made to thecountry i : '-
a trip Starke
i Livery Feed and Sale
,. between
Wednesday night the
i, Weather Forecast Thursday. Paul Canova returned last flight. Simmons Thc Turns the Gun ,
hours of 10 and 11 o'clock
from a trip through on Hathncr. some
Mr. B.,F. Hudson, of Atlanta, wasn Georgia.
' 1 entered the house of Ann Joner STABLES.
and warm-to-uiCht and Yesterday morning between the one ,
town Wednesday. Mr. E. A. Garn-tt and wife of Baltimore -
aturda)'. I i are visiting relatives ifi this city hours of 7 and 8 o'clock a double a colored woman who lives in Lin- t
Mr. II. R. Felch, of New York, was
The town Council met l laatTues-.. I in' the city Thursday. Mr. J. G. Alvarez$v" is having his shooting affray was enacted at ,the coln City, one mile south of this tiEl AND SECCiD'HAN3: BUGGIES 'i, TERMS'
"1 handsome new residence home of Jim Simmons who lives place and assaulted her and her AND) HARNESS: FOR SALE. .!; STRICTLY CASH. .
day night to talk electric Jig Its. Capt. E.,W. Burroughs made a tripto on ,
Cedar Key Wedue{ >day. street> painted. ,,_ lear Ward City, in which Jim baby, who was_sleeping by her side, ,
Its reported that there will -with hatchet her three
: a striking
? Mr. R. A Turner came l home today Simmons and Will Hathner, his :-DRUG STORE.-
be a wedding in this city $on.i Mr. Joe Bel inger was a gust of the times on the fcrehood, making
i New Commercial, '1'h rsday. from Jacksonville where he had stepsonrere _the princIpals; |three ugly gashes.. The assassain

Every other generatio Jcpowg been attending to business.Dr. latbner became enraged at Simmons also struck the back <
Dr. Todd, of Lawtey, was rittending, I' : baby.ou the &
how to bring 'children A. L. Scott went to { of the head. Ann Jones is deaf
up properly to business in the city yesterday Hampton for ill treating his (Hathner's a. .- \

: '*: *-*. ". Wednesday: professional busjness, ) mother, and fired the, con woman and could not have heard J1' :
lire. S. P. Renault, if Waldo, was returning on the same day. them had she been awake.; a little 'L4qz:
Cap'fBurroughs Informs 'us that shopping in'this'city, Thursday.Mr tents of a single barrel gun at girl, however, who was in the ,
Pnf. L. C. R.y, of Hampton, after t"J ,
lim. The of No.4 3 4"fi7 -)
charge ;
be hasseveraloralge'tiees in full W. L. Varnes, Deputy Sheriff having several shot house and awake at the time; says \;.:. ;
pent days in the .
bloom. at Ward City,, was in town Thursday returned home Wednesday.Mr. city, striking him in the right shoulder that ehe saw the man and that ho 4..r.--........::!,4j.......,...> .. r'"

i inflicting a painful but not dangerous was a big black fellow. The wo-
The colored people had a fair Col. A. V. Longpf this city attended F. R. Morgan is making con- wound. man and child are not dangerously .
the dance at Waldo Wednesday considerable improvements on his J. :L, G.A.STIiSDE.LEI : ,
over in Little Africa )last Friday hurt, but it will take them several
attractive residence South Simmons, after being shot, drew
night. night. on street. months to recover from theirinjuries. ,, : IX-
a pistol of a large calibre and'shot
1 Mrs. E. ,Yo Milican and sister, of Maj. T. E. Bugg will leave tomorrow The man as he left the I
There is a new fence being con- Waldo, were shopping in Starke yes- for iSuvanuuu where he will spend a Hathner. The ball striking. him : house dropped the hatchet in the 'DRUGS MIMEDICINES,

structed around the Clarke House, terday., few days with his sou, Mr. B. S. Bugg. in the chin, buried itself in his front yard. As yet no one has STARKE FLA.PhysiclPrans' .
I been arrested for the crime. The
North street. left Simmons
on Maj. T. EBugg returned home on Ms. N. B. Hull and. coasin, Miss shoulder. was arrested colored people of this city are

The Bradford County Guards Tuesday from a business trip to Jnck- i Reta Adams, went to Jacksonville by deputy sheriff W. L. highly indignant over the affair. I I at escriptloos a!:tours day Carefully or eight.Doing Compounded -

son vill Wednesday to spend a few days with Varnes, of Ward City, and broughtto
nre having a room built in the relative*.; .'!'!>,.""" .......................-. ;""" -;""" ........ .- ; _' ,-I C-:
Armory in which to store baggage, J. R. Davis, our hustling insurance *fi ; this place where he is now in !4 !h:.W::= :':;" nj::@ a1.eD:t'1 eCASH -:.3."t
etc. man, made a business trip to Lawtey Within a short time J. :M. Alvarez, the county jail, awaiting trial.}

Thursday. our ol'uluJ) merchant, will constiucta Hathner was unable to come to

Mr. McMurray has one of the 1 Mr. Nat Winship, ot Macon,was handsome, cott.ige on his lots on town and is at his mother's.I TALIS !

t most attractive signs in town, registered{ at the New Commercial I Clarke street.

painted on the east side of hisstore. yesterday. Captaud .:\Mr. Anthony, Miss Nita ,, _
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have 84 choice lots, right in "' < "7r<"' 'Y =''''' u." -= '" =Ar- r"i(
Gardiner, Mr..1. G. Goggins and Master
}Is. Lest'r Pinholster, t f\VnrdCity, the heart of the city, that I will '
Gardiner Anthony; Thursday 1 .
spent -
.:,::'"fjf. .The Commercial Hotel grounds is attending the Bradford- County. hunting quail ;at Alachua. dispose of for cash, at a very low T j

.v. are looking: veiy much unproved High School. Mrs\ C, B. Ost and Mrs. Denby, her figure. For further information- t T Jan

under the skillful Work of 'C. A. Mr. B. F. Tergal, 'of Nashville, was guest, left this morning for a trip to apply at this office. Exclusive
autographed at the New Commercial 1
Gardiner. They were joined ai t
on the 9th inst.: Hampton by Miss Pearl! Rawlius.Iheie School Board Proceeding Cash !.: 1\,

Mr Ii. L. Sparkmau will leavein Mr. John C. Weston, of Jacksonville is a band of Gypsies camped STARKE, FLA., Feb* 8, '98. Businessr, ._ ,.,. ;.;\\.

a-ft). '.." days with a '!large stock of w among the visitors to the on the northcru.outskirts: of the city. School board met in regular -

goods: "tor Darien, Ga., where he city Wednesday.' The !party consist of about ten tar session Monday and Tuesday. I.aiiiit all times prepared

will open up a general store. Mr. Theo. Pinkstone, one of New and women. They have bout fifteen Monday 29th, final reports were

In publishing the names of those River's progressive farmers was i in head of horses. received and found correct nnd i,j" Sell you the

who passed the examination: at tho i the city Thursday. Mr.A. .?. Chavous.one of our popular were approved.Snpt. '. : ft Best of'"Goods ,
l' and progressive groceryme:::, has a _
Stanton of Waldo shakIng
high-school, the "name of Louis Capt. wa Scholl verbally, reported
hands with his many friends in handsomely painted new sigh u hung At Prices that rill
all of the schools in the in
Bailey was left out 4$ mistake. this city Thursday.Miss in front of his place of'busiuess. Th< county {t)
:, painting was done by Mr. F. D. Wit flourishing condition, the attend- >
< ; .:., !, Messrs Hull and Hitch are haying Lula Liddou, who has beenvery kovski.Mr ance being mnch larger than last: ) \; .

a, fine brick pavement placedin -: ill for the past few weeks: i is v ', *
'. B. F. Craig, who has charge o f year. "
;;. front of the postufBce and bank. rapidly recovering. Stock>will be kept up to its
the electric light plant in this i-ity, The Unity school question was :'

t., .' '* The>*$work. :will be completed in a IrL N. J. Jones' our merchantprinceyihas ha been called[ home to Alva, ow again brought up and...the appropriation USUAL HIGH STANDARD3: : ::;,...,... r... : .fr';;. '

few"days. returned from a business ing to the severe !ill;loess of his moth: "
war and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
trip to Jacksonville. er. Mr. F. 1>. Wiikovski has charge
Last Tuesday evening a farmer's. The salary wall raised to thirty
D of the plant during Mr. Craig's a.bI
L : Ir Ozias Alvarez, a prosperous far .. .
horse became frightened at the the Green school. .
seuce.lu /lollars t Respectfully ,
mer from the Water Oak section, Was+t '
train and broke -the traces by trying in the city Thursday. The report of E. S. Matthews:, .,", .
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the of those
publi-hinj; names _
'f ,_
t run lie treasurer, was received and found -" .
away. was soonquieted ho ,
the ,
a Col. L. Harrison, one of the l-gal n passed : examination, tit tha i '

however, and no other representatives of the F. C. Jt' P. was Bradford County high School, tile .correct. Warrants to the amounts Successor to Truly, Slfrnlurg & Co.

damage was done. in the city Thursday. ADVOCATE ilaiy Hull. omitted Miss( Hull the P name::!s..d of the Min examination cancelled.The 1482.15. was compared and ........-,......... .-..,.,.."",,, ..-.......-, ............__ ._....._ -d "":"'_..--. .,.., ._,- .,;ol.--I. ._" ,.P'.......;.
Mr. R. F. Ensey desires to inform :Mrs. J. M. Rawson, of Ocala, is the ee "
; creditably was -
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very '
of Mr. and Mrs of the Bradford "; ----.- .
greet J. R. Davis: at principal .
all those who need his Se! r- graded high in all of her studies. -
vices as Civil engineer or those theirfhome- !in. the city. County High School was present' A. S. CHAVOUSA
Miss Eloise Rawlins of
Capt. George Tompsett, Superinten- and asked for another teacher .
have business to transact with Ky., came to Starke Wednesday from -STARKK I LA.
dent of the A. S. R. & G. in, ,
Ry., was but the matter was laid over until t1 t1sal
him, that he will be at his office Hampton and spent a few hours i in
Jacksonville yester.'ay.Mr. : the vity, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. ] the next meeting. in
in this city for two or three weeks. er Staple and Fancy Groceries
Otto KllIg, one of Jackson IJ. Ost. Miss Eloise is at present out The salary of the principal and J .. ,

Attention is directed to the ville's wMe-awake :young businessmm of Hampton's most charming your g assistants of the high school was rattimta\

card? of K. F. Enseyl CountySurveyor was in the city Thursday. ladies, being the guest of her uncle, made the same as that of the Country. Produce, Ftc.
Mr. M. N. lihmtou, for the winter. &
which aypears in the Miss. Goertner Boston, of Worthington -
'" county When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable
# professional directory. Every Springs, i is visiting Mr. and :Mr. R. F. Ensej: chief engineer o:f Prices give me a
There being no further business
1Mrs.. J. C. Richard of this city. the A. S. R. & G. Railroad and county Call. I will make it to your advantage
professional man in BradfordCounty 1
1i surveyor, is !in the city, having arrived adjourned to meet _
iI Mr. E. H. Mulder!
i should have a card in this went over to
the first March.
from a surveying tour on the again Tuesday m
directory Lakeside; -dne-day on business::! railroad near the Suwannee river E. W. DRIGGERS ,. .
connected with tobacco culture.A .
<10} + Wednesday lIe says the road i is The apprise of All.
To-thj Ladies-;A R neat and pre A little merchant has arrive J at the LIVERY SALE
competed within fifteen miles of th'' AND FEED STABLES
M\t James Jones of the drug
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ty visiting card is thatevery ,
something home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. :::;weat.t river. Mr. Eusey will remain i ia ,

lady >, .ungor old, is proudto Mother and child are doing well. town for several days, and can be firm of Jones & Son.: Cowden, Ill, --

possess. Now,.we have on handa Mr. J. R. Moore, a prosperous farmer found at his office with Col. C. L in speaking of Dr King's New 3 -) STARKE, FLA. -W

quanty of the very hest cardsand of Clay county brought' 150 headof Peek on Call street. Discovery, says that last winterhis

the type Woman Deserts Her
as nice and dainty a card as1\ you W. W. Buisden, our hustling Babe. and her case grew so serious I ",I Make a Specialty of Conveying Traveling Men to Points in the Coonk /**

can get anywhere. Deputy Sheriff spent last Saturdayand Last week a strange womanboarded that! physicians at Cowden -n d

.. Sunday: at Green Cove Springs. the A. S. R. & G. passenger 1Tana cr.nld do nothing for her It SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
Ex-Sheriff E. E. Johns carried train at Burnett's
Mr. R. R. Joiner. La Crosse's popular Lake andcame seemed to develop into Hasty Consumption.

E. A. Richardson, W? J. StaDins druggist, was attending to busi-i to this city. The woman Having Dr. King's New FORd

und Mary Williams to JacksonYl11e ue*and meeting his' friends had a baby !
many young apparent;Y Discovery in store and selling lots '

Thursday morning, to 1 get in Stance on the Oth. about five weeks old. When she jf it, ho t taok a bottle home, an FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINT ING

their discharge from the United Mr. R. T. Richard, train master: of arrived hero she told Mr. Woodward to the sunrise of all she began tog BRING YOUR WORK TO THE OFFICE Oi' THE -

States Court. These parties* had the F. C. & P., with headquarters at an emplyee of the road that '
et 1 better. from first dose, and half t J
_been charged with distilling and Waldo, was circulating among his she had no home nor friends i it dozen dohar: bottles cured her FLORIDA. ./1 SEMI-WEEKLY-3.ADVOCATE.(
belling whiskey near< Providence.Mr. numerous friends m Starke Tuesday -"' !!! I. I !* -
this city to whom she could g o. sound and veil. Dr. King's New

: F.; C. Martin has purchased Mr. F. L. Williams and Theo. Mr.\ Woodward feeling sorry for Discovery for consumption .SJtbWE
Hudgins, who have been organizing j
.(-v largo stock of goods from the an insurance: lodge for the last' few i the woman, told her to come to Coughs and Colds is guaranteed todo : I PRINT

Hackett Dry Goods Co., and will days in this city, left for Fernaudina i his house until she could fine this good work. Try it. lOco

oprn up' a store at Arcadia. He yesterday. 1 work. A day or two later, she secured trial bottle at J. L. Gaskins Drug i CARDS, ;L TAGS, .

will be ncCompansed: there by his Mr. F, B. Lane: and wife, of Newberry a position! as nurse in another ;Store.: I CHECKS, fll;! LABELS, '

istcr.M:3 Myrtle and Sallie.The1 S. C.., are viiting Dr. and :Mrs. J. part of town, leaving he r i Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Ton life Away. TICKETS, II 1 BLANKS,

: Am'ot.n'ishcs Mr.. Martin [ L. Gaskins of this city. :Mr. Laneis baby with Mr. and lire Wood- To quit tobacco easily and forever,be mac ENVELOPES, B!|! CIRCULVJRS,
netlc.,lull of life nerve and vigor, take Jfo-To- '
success in his new enterprise. I one of Xewberry's wide-awake ward. It seems that the woman Hoc.: the wander-,rorker, that makes: weak men BILL HEADS. If! STATEMENTS
business men. strong; All druggists,50o or fl. Cure guaranteed NOTE HEADS
The ladies of the S. L. T. A. f' cares nothing for the child fir Jd Booklet and sample free. Address .![ LETTERHEADS;;
will Mr. R. "W. Duggar, a prominent does not '''want to' be bothered withit. terHng Remedy Co., Chicago or New York ETC., ETC? E 1 C.
give an entertainment, t Jhe! naval stores! manufacturer of XewRiver t' J. ,

Armory Opera .House, Feb lS,h. ,who we found. to' beaver y Yesterday Mr., Woodward secured DISSOLUTION NOTIC-- WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT ".
a home for the child in the '
The pleasant gentleman, was attending to Is berE.'hvrivEn "
programme will consist of the NOTICE that the firm of /
: STERNBUBd& CO.: of Starke /
in Starke country. Printers.
Goose Children by some of the Wednesday. Florida said firm composed of J.M.Truby. S. IiEQUlSITESnmCd.
:]. Sternburg and E. Strong has bees this dar
little folks and also res itatin nE Mr. J. G. Goggins, one of Jackson'iUe.s Canopy Flour !is the best. Tryit. dissolved and S. J. fiteraburp by mutual retiring consent from; J.the M.firm.Truby -TO- Good Paper, _.

and music. The price of admission \ prominent business men i* For sale only:by E. STROXG, The business of the firm of Tnnby Stern-
burg& Co.will be continued by E. Strong and
will be ''15 and 10 cents?:'' vlaUlng C, pt. and Mrs. William an obligations! due to or owing by u.W firm will ..cGOODYORK: 41 Pressef< ;,
Authnny.! Mr. Goggins will enjoy Just received, an exceeding!S be settled;-- by tim. Ji B.M.STRUNG.TRUHY '.

., Every night;:; the log train; com- the quill shooting with Capt.Anthony fine line of fr'shnr en seeds. J-CO-4 I S,J. STERN no.' 1.fYPe i : ...
I fi Dated this 8th flay of January 18"A
t t rlotely blocks up Pennsylvania during his visit : White's i Grocer}'. f I' \ Andilnk. '

avenue and West street, and pa JMessrs.. Will Wall, Claul} Alvarez J, F. P. McMUKRY, I c .: ".

ties who wish to cross the railroadat and A. B. W all, three of Starke' mostdebona.lr Success which makes' a i man DEALER IN \\\ ,
: humble is of the .". .- ".
thoso points find them blbcked young men, attended a success, .- "
'up, and consequently they are pleasant Facial dance at Waldo 11"'perfection.. FANCY GROCERIES : :55 WE HAVE- ALL THESE. &:ee: : : _
n sday evening.' The-danco took 1 I 1 '- .
compelled togo', four blocks beforethy I, place at the- Waldo House, and wa 1 Morning! Star and Landft tVa ,-I KEEP We Solicit Trial Order.' Satisfaction Gutirantced.Office : '.

should can cross. The city ..authorities '- given in honor: of the many winter. Extra Early Teas.,, Cheap at 1 I j jE. I The'' rest and Freshest Stock in Town. '

look 1 ; into the matter." guests at the h'-tcl. i': ,;;.."'" ,I STRUG'S. ;t' __*Aiii* ... &*-7..- -. in :PostoScs &iilin6. Call and ee' .a trBi"q l

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