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Creation Date: February 14, 1898
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VOLUME IV.:, .. STARKE," FLORIDA FEBRUARY 14, 1898. NUMBER 26. '


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Tom of old. this wanting all ..
,,. '. -4' ; : things to give way for the gratification of 4 ;

.' .' ".'.- ..... his momentary whim.
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...:'..: -<...-J< '-'.. ;.:p" '...., :*,J:,... -:? .-. LI ..... I I.t _' < "I don't choose at all I am No. 0,!* MT1UL i MD0 :W:

: ;;,::;}.- .i ". 1 Tom said trying to look dignified. "We .,'.'
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,. ")...,. ,, a t : i are both naughts, Aunt Louise and I. ,> : ,
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'.' '" j .. !That shows the naughts are 'sometime "

.. ',"' {...':- ......,'. :I ];1 f pretty significant figures." A GREfK t4LfNi7NE -*,. ,

""" I, The choosing went on rapidly. Fatt-

.. ': j. was madly, merrily perverse. Nearly ev '

; cry couple was humorously mismatched .....'
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;('."tLb\I ; Major Sterling found himself paired with I & -

,; :. .;8'. : Janle Norton and Tom's eyes flashed hateas __
: he saw Jessie, his Jessie pass out, fore / -\v

.. doomed, the attentions of Royce Ford,
'-,.. f r'. I r J 1 tIyYY his most dangerous rivaL Lily fell to the -
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: I. lot of Mr. Ware, a widower, newly set out. r+ N

i l' '' r f! and still in the first excess.- of widower, '
f folly. .
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YSI s a
: "Now do you like playing providence?

,' : I fear you are responsible for all this," nr r T F c---- .
; ;:! Major Sterling said in Janie's ear as they K **** "f

I watched the throng. She gave her shoulders i

.' the least possible shrug as she replied:; Between Mfatfy r awruu

"I am not playing" .providence. only o miid. I look at the
wish. I might. I
"What would you do first?" he asked. I 1'1 dauiuwtftI.

r. "Give all my friends just enough misery And yet the ureter ,

to accent their happiness and my enemies .Ii'otvkrnddq ."", nwfl surprise.dhdtiatfiU..
happiness enough to make their misery J "
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Imprints no I
.more miserable, she answered promptly
..... "What nnamiable '7 n aI t
an young person Y01 i .. |
are, 'to be sure!t" )he) said, with a little I t Often with,,, these orbs f Mae _..-

;i ; .".- a.I laugh. "I see you have begun your work. 4 / see it gfantt so kind ttnd trutx .-.. jfelfS ,
... Tell how I be reckoned .-
me, please! came to -
// wlcomc undoi'&ufi
-
/ seems ,
I enemies .
among your
... f, :-: ,...'.. -=--- ," "" ,,-"-'- .. ."1 don't know what you mean," Janie \ 5... And then: dare spfctri! Addis obottjtrule s : kTo

,, I protested, with, however: a ,suspicions red 'the pretfj picture tut.

: M.irfr' -- |11n her;, checks. Major Stoning looked $' 16!ipti'\ ;t/I my hopes tire rented.

t' .. .,,.,, .. dowriat her and shook hi* head' saying if '..' --.J- .;:::- ? ... Impersonally: "Of course Tom not bold ( \

$" ... .. .... enough to assert that you dd t-nything! I \ IM/.rrrsf hat 'cJ .

'"-' ,..,....- .. badly. But there are things that yon'do \I" n sly pl't'tw class .
better than-well I .
tampering with\ the '
.. Within some princelyi. ': .c
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"R &1Ii1: don't know"- Janio bean: 1\ 'r.t''tst in the rants Je'ti,: 1 3't

is 1 r' again, then stopped arrested by significant 'iv Tbt mdft e"'f rr' unqitest.sttt\t Qr: #, ,
A RANDOM DART: swered one or two of the most' imperative \together and gone west hutting bi; no motion toward his breast pocket."I t 'j .0/ lorllinrsr 'WIlrdm .. ,
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and read another
of the
i i page morning "
pa- of his that ha bud
completely out mind must be your ," he said still (
enemy \
'Pvr before be allowed himself touch his
to
.. j felt only a nild surprise meeting Cory amWa '. "I have ,evidence right here- I ? 'N" '
; f BT MAJmiA M'CULLOCH TTILLIAM8. valentine."Really L (f.if" .
\ten after with wife his "
upon arm
a
years pink evidence, with a silver dart, and
I.1 that Is not so bad-not" bait so. as unlike Louise as possible. And it1 had clouds :and lady who might easily catch ''if: \ \ Beautiful superb Hllirl";;: _.

} t Copyright by the Author.] bad as it might have been. he said,.holdIng ,not given him the least thrill to come back cold." None there is more fair to .._

HEY had laughed the pink Cupid at arm's length. ,and find her free. Ho' bad listened with "What remarkable ..
sort of evidence
a very T/nia thejtvife 'Or/ t i
4c/- ) & c
you
Through living much alone be had'got >
I so interest when club M ( i
until only languid a veteran Janie
> they
I were said loftily her by this :
Into of talking to himself. He had eyes \ 1 ffot Helen of the :
a way \ Tffjtlit 1Lr s ,
." t 1 tired, Lily Mayne j told him how Louise had sent away:, her time the very pattern of limpid Innooence, \\rl \\ \ .
own'man
'.- j and! Jessie and few visitors. His Mulligan, ,rich lover for no other reason than that'. "Still; I. don't In the least see how you ) ]1 l' Didot_nor Cleopntra't face*.";:)
r- was a model of discreet silenceand Marina ,she dld'not choose to him. y \
; y \1 Janie Norton, marry make out"- I. \ (Oll,1 /nrrl f
.+ i Miss Estil'spretty cook and housemaid, never venturedto "You do not expect me-not the least "That It Is happiness enough to increase \ : \ '
address'itore than thm .
r ) nieces. Valen consecutive young ladies," he said after a little, smiling my misery" be interrupted. "You v.And \
: say
words to "the master fii>inioc<:u.ionhl.v the' faces his now if yon 'should grant to me(7fr \.t-\"J \\
at
: tine's day was just fancy conjured up. that yet know it brought me here." \ s
: fl' ahead, and they he spent an Evening: i at the club. Once a <"But I shall go to your party. More I "Could you be In a better place?" Janle ( utmost that high Aope can s I .
.. 0 I '; year he made a round of ceremonious calls .
r. : ;::( had spent a mom old friends friends that had ,shall claim my rights as a valentine AsI > queried. She was rapidly getting over the .. reef our hearts s/mll sevtr+ \\Q'I f( '

/ r '.'.+ I) Ing hour in deciding his upon mother's rather- than his own. Otherwise been. remember, if you found out what '''girl i shook of finding out that the staid major But in a realm of -subtlest grace l. r ..... I /-:: ,
; -' ; where to rend had sent, one were entitled to kill her
you could be He '
!'j J gallant upon occasion. drew her
i\. If :!. a baker's dozen of he kept entirely to himself. in the face of daylight. I wonder how you hand closer within his arm.as he answered f /ffi-e shall /wit the trowning /last. (Ji''t S ;V. # fJ ,. ,
., ". That made talk,' of course.; His 11(:;h. willi like that. I wonder.still 'if I And tan will fomtr ** llis. ''.
remit
; : gorgeousmissices.i more : "No. X am more than pleased with '. \fY \
,I .i. oil hors and their gossips could not under; shall have to carry through so the 4Ir,
They are courage state of life wherein I now find myself.
r stand why a retired officer, more than rea- JOEL 6L NTON 1) -
a fJ D,) bcnutiCul1r.Inap- daring an enterprise. : But think of having to give it up so soon!
f sonably well to do outside of his half pay, '
propriate Jessie Man proposes. St. Valentine sometimes Don') think that had
you a mummy by \\ .
: should elect live thus ;-
}) to more than half a '0
said, pushing; hermit What did it matter that ho disposes. Major Sterling found that;:out chance slipped out of cerements would Vf"\\\ ::_' Tf
.. away the lot of addressed wo a beyond peradventure. ,The JSstll house find it a bit.hard to thlnk-of"going back \ ,
bachelor without ties ,of Mood -
near
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envelopes with a laughing sigh. stood in the town's outskirts, sitting quiteapart tnto'them'" .

"But this one. Who will 'It fit worst I;;, Thero was Louise Pistil alniost his! ttge in the middle of wide grounds. It "I should not be sorry for-a mummy -- -- .

can't for my life decide! It must be sent, and single, devoting herself: to many was gray and solid and roomy, with doors who need not go back," Janie said look-. GOOD Sri VALENTINE.: sino qua non of progress, and these t'na :,;

though.. Must! That's flat. It cost nwholo ; things and especially keeping In touch hospitably wide. He found it lighted up lAg sedulously.away. Unconsciously'Ma- artists furnish as readily as for the picture --.t.
with social life. The and .Topsie .
girls. ,
half dollar. It would be simply Lily from top to bottom and within it as merry jor Sterling sighed. market and the illustrated press. In "

awful to let that amount of valentine go and Janie, were not really her niece only.] a company as man might care to see. It. ,. "No, I suppose not," he said thoughtfulla HE'' HAS NOT DESERTED HIS POST IN comics the bike has held) sway for years ,.
tho children of her step trclhi rs mal <
him odd turn to be net I rand comes up in new form ench anniver
to wastes. gave an by young r even a little wistfully. "If only Iireie *
,,
"I don't soo why wo ever bought it," ters. Yet sho kept then ah' u r l s'r'"ji1! Tom Norton, son and image of his [old like your Aunt LouIse"- THE HUMDRUM WORLD. sary. Latterly the tanfleiu has opened anew

Janie said, eying it critically. Lily laughed the time and gave them all sorts III< : :' .,- chum, and hustled off! into the big sitting t "..Why I Has Tom told you about that field for fancy, and wo have not seen
urea Even when they were nb, t. -i e *
nglln.It Ob, we had to. It appealed was ncvf.r at a loss. All the you*,c: i:"' ',> teens, where 20 other men were alreadycongregated. untie will never forgive him. She didnot A Word About the Wide Though Vary- the last of the new woman nor of the "
to Et:'ongJy to your artistic sense" sho 1 mean to tell anybody, not even the Roentgen rays.
especially all the nvo, tItnr'd bt- lag Demand For tlnea--lmmeDao
said. Then she spread out ,the pay sheet young i "You see," Turn explained is they ,went: minister, until just before" JanIe be- -Today there are more than30,000,000
and waved it fldglike over her head. It as aunt and haunted LIT.czy 1 hlf along "Janie has got this In hand. She: gan, her eyes full of wonder.. Major Sterling Establishments With Capital ana Costly American youngsters walking in the footsteps

showed a very pink-Cupid 'in the .act of' Major Sterling knew all thl- gnu Is always up to some mischief. I tried to stopped her. He was equally bewil- Talent Produce Them-And They Go. of the lovers and frolickers: of the past.

launching a silver dart much bigger than .(times, he smiled over it t.Hlghd..Tho ;! '. make her hear reason; but, you know dered, partly by what she had said, more and they keep the day as did their elders, ;; ,
smile for the hints of dautu
himself, presumably at a' lightly cladyoung was girls never will pay attention to whattheir by the implication of It. Every valentine season brings out a re- sighing and smiling with Cupid's patron ____ Y.
down In his past the sigh nor t.: --
( flective
pages ; essay, generally congratulatQl'1lntone saint. .
person smiling down at him from brothers say. "I have been told nothing. I don't
intolerable loneliness more and rote's .?r: to the effect that tho of ti
custom
a cloud. i "Janle looks" like a sensible girl. 1 an, know what you mean I Not the least In
"There Is something preraphaollte almost eloping his present. Ho had a n.::n J! not afraid to trust her,",the major retuin I the world," he said, speaking very low. sending tokens is dying out. Ono Is led PITIED LOVERS' WOES.The .
memories of whom he had lam-to1
.. In the simplicity it," Jessie said j women ed. Tom gave a little ciff, saying: "VTair "But do tell mea! Please! So much may to conjecture who and what manner of

gravely, but with twinkling eyes. Janie some hotly for the minute, some dcH.ILtt11 -,' until I tell you about It. She Is wild {,for depend on It If I were like Aunt Louise people tho gloomy essayists must be, Late Her. Dr. Hooghton as the Friend 1'\
afar off and He hullW1 r
.made a mutinous mouth at: them and be- wavering some new valentine nonsense. In f,\," -what?" whether too old to experience a thrill of of Lover. In DUtreM.

gan to rummage In the card basket. Lily seriously' made love to any of them, UI\i: all of them are. They beard about look); a-> "Why, you might get married and live happiness or too blind to observe the life Dr. George HT Ilougbton of the Churchof
that ho had been too with dc.iI1'-
ly busy of the who
folks the earth
caught her hand saying with a comprehending out of the window. As they can'tIt mauat happy ever after," Janie Bald-- looking common keep the Transfiguration in New York cityIs
man's out tho frontier. He h ;
part on moving. Perhaps they nlso the ..
are preach-
nod "I have just thought! I down. "You won't tell It. She is goingto among the absent this St. Valentino' '
always meant to be might v .r.
marry; ers and moralists who now and then
ex-
know what we'will do. marry next month. No it is not Mr. season. He died very suddenly last No*
have done it that cbam.i
long ago only : claim with hands and wide
""'haUl'! asked the others in tho same t Gary. He courted her as soon as his wife extended open vembcr. The kind hearted pastor of the

breath. Lily ran'through the cards In silence died, but she would not look at him. eyes that marriage is getting to bo a thing '"Little Church Around the Corner'*was,
t
for a minute then flung a handful None of ns has seen our new uncle.' She of the past. most widely known on account of his

of them into a work bag, saying:. met him at; the seashore. Ho is a genius It is not a far cry from valentine sending Christian. liberality burying from his

"11'e will tempt fate In earnest. Put In delicate,. five years younger than she, and and receiving to tho day of Cupid'svictory modest but still orthodox and aristocratic

your hand, Janie, and draw' card. Whoever ,. so.rich he needs! some one. to take care of and crowning. Whether valentinesalways church tho social sinners as well as the .

It may bo he gets this valentine." him very, badly. At first she was afraid mean that consummation or not saintly righteous. lie also gained repute

"Major John Marshall Sterling." Janlo jA'wv1 people would say she wanted his money. every union of hearts and hand implies] as a sort of a latter day St. Valentine,or a -

read from tho bit of pasteboard she had But love found a way around pride. Real countless days sacred to Cupid's patron j friend of lovers in despair or distress.

drawn. All of them laughed more than love always does overcome everything." saint well observed In tho past; and an "It Is not true that 1 am tho St, Valentine
of devotees for the
"I wonder if it can overcome gray hair earnest more same 1 of Greater New York,:.and :vicinity,"
et'cr.Poor old major! I am sure ho has forgotten K and 80 years," the major said with a shrine. The boys and girls arc not going said the genial rector, witbj'a- smile] when

what valentine looks like" Jca- shake in his voice. Janie shot a glance at to slight or miss the privileges their cKi-: spoken to about this phase of_his pastoral

slo said, patting the pink Cupid as she hlr him. He was deadly pale. They had ers silence.remember too joyfully to let pass> in duties; "most certainly not. t do not poi'

cpoko. 1 r f. 1 r moved away from the crowd and stood al- ,as being a saint of any kind;butt do love
believe ho knew. He Then, too, there is tho Interchange of
"I don't ever wasbornold. young people and if my sympathy for
i_ .. I am sure of it," Lily answered. those tender-but not the tenderest-senti- :j them in their rights and wrongs entitles
ments which Christmas New Year's and
,
Jonle shook her head. me to become a competitor of tho good old
"No, he wasn't."" she said. "I heart i birthday greetings do not imply,something I priest who was beheaded In tho days of
tho other that ha .4c_ more than mere friendship, but less thanmarita1lovo' oT
Auntlo Louise bay day ire / Claudius! on account his popularity
li because too fates will have it .
i
was tbo cayest young fellow until he went r with lovers* why then/1 suppoee that I
welt Indians." f N so; also the fun for thero is fun with
outt to fight Something may be called the modern St. Valentine.
dreadful must have happened there, for !/ out a sting in it for sensible folk who "I all who to and want
come me
sr marry
,
KKT THI CARD SPINNING TO THE OTHFB t';? p make the carnival day ono of innocent
.evervEincov bie back Invalided he has
came 07 THE TABLE. to bo married. Of course I have to use a
been just as we see him now;" "i KNOW WHAT WE WILL DO that they have bit on something worse L'tt o merriment. Burns wrote sublimely, great deal of judgment in those cones and 1

'"Heis'not 'really so old :either," Lily had such a knack of whisking him awa;. When everybody has come. lam to s. |n> I Ob, wad some power the giftie gio us I:j show almost the wisdom of tho serpent. I

said; *'001, CO. It Is that, troublesome from the enchanter of the minute' and f.::t. you: men one'a& a time Into the lilmfrThey -' 1 To see onnxrls M ithers ace' us, put both the man and woman under oath

bullet In bis chest which makes. his hair ting him where there was fighting. to I Iv have rigged a sort of window t!.o<' f t t r and why may not tho power work through and make them solemnly swear that they! ..

eo gray, J dare say"- done. the hack and the girl who will be storing .' truth telling coiulo valentines? They uro are free to marry. If they look very young.

"You are ft destroyer of romance-Lily "H-m-m1! This Is shockingly: Inari: behind it will, of course, see you '. ., 0A much pleasanter to take than Caudle Ice- I make tolerably sure that they arc of marriageable

You deserve to be l t'erelysupP1'l'S.4cc-: priate," he sold at last nodding to";:.t t' 4s tunes or sermons aimed at a mark. age. Then I 'go-ahead, and

J'usle'.fnterruptec1.. ought to have Cupid.' "The arrow Is all very **.'* .-.i They wanted to make It out tho re.-1 I .' No, tho most fashionable streets of sometimes I help out the marriage service

left US the belief that It was unrequited] have seen bigger ones, though I fV1*: >* the year but I put my foot on that. 1'1: New York, Philadelphia or Boston a: J with a little private prayer of" my own +
love which had bleached! his they were so dangerous. But"by' ; not the r' '
polL" girls draw lots as to who shall first choo places to study the extent that they may be happy together. Illcbard
nonsense and help me with why are not shooting It at n. "d' r ; St. Valentine in .
"Stop your you It really is not a matter of choice thoughit's worship this year IS Harding Davis' Van Bibber story of the
cards Lily said. Unless they are You cannot be meant to personify >::(4 i rn J There the *
these rather all blind luck.," I /?"l '(r I dl dt reporter will bear from grui. young runaways whom I married is not
ready at once: we will cover get them sentIn am tho last fellow In,the world lor.xr ; ,. "Good lock for some of us, I hope"' th< .biers the same old story that the sat: 3 overdrawn. They were far from home.

time. Valentines are good fun but a thing as that. I wonder who soi t .', major said, laughing. "Do know are falling off year: by year. That rut'af: : They were young and alone in New York.

valentine party; la ever so much better.'' The lady there up In the cocd! i- '.l Tom it strikes me aI a great scheme.you 7- counted in dollars and of the gilt cdgt1kinds. Were they not better married

"Wisdom, thy name Is Lily," Jessie retorted '- .the least bit like anybody I know." Wit "Oh I suppose you don't mind V Vonenmust 'TOO KJTOW IT BROUGHT WE HElm I A trip along tho side streets mar ,! "Whatdo I regard AS my special forte? .

( rolling up her eyes. Then the threetoll ,that he took u. the cntelopuand cnrefnL:; be all, pretty well! alike .wbon tticomes 1' most alone the broad lighted throw a little light on the subject. l.t Well, perhaps it I* that of advice giving. ..
porch.
silently and furiously to work upon scrutinized tin address. It was wrltl to Tom said lit.kstimy upon such tradesmen are.often jealous and deposed I think I am a born peacemaker and I 1
your age. a She '' both hands his and
the onvelopes.piledatone\ sidd of the table, In a big hand. fashionably angular, an::: "But If you cared about ore nh,: leaned put little to hint as over she answered arm to grumble over small ralhU'J' know that with tho grace of God I han

addressing them and slipping Inside cards noncommittal. As he, fingered it ho saw her tagged off with another fellcVwell : cleverly raying nothing of largo ones. Its patched.up many a home quarrel.
"I think, I it could HIt
which bade all Miss Estil's,friends como i something In fide. He turned It 'upsidedown ,- I think yon would see the differenco it yes decent am chance.sore their business. : "Once upon a time there' came to mo a t
and be nicrryat'her house upon Feb. 1#. shook 7OUJtAT'e a But behind the retailer of valentine Ii' two letter from his
it and tent the card splnnio: .," S .- .' young man carrying
Perhaps: It was automatio,, action;.perhaps to the other Edge of tho tables: 'Wo are ready 1. Bring on -< the manufacturer, and his establL-Jiioent ladylove. Ono of the letters called him
nepi-
also,' fate guided her fingers. Janle "I see!" he1 said his eyes twinkling; flees! !" Janlo called front out:-ido your'the etyi., Six months after they were, married.Cupid's tells a different stay whatever hU 11;,: : ,her lovey and her dovoy. The other was
knew. The fact remains that one "Those random dart proved more effectual ODe American factory aiaUtions cold and requested that their mar-
never wicked, wicked young persons Tom had passed about r'\tall nun,ie: ;,<. may say. very
.
of the'tatrlr. engraved cards tent to keeptho Miss Estil harbors have plotted against slips. Now he called, aloud "Ad\a ccNo than many which were carefully aimed enough to have crossed the line tout riage be put off six months.

:w pink Cupid company upon his journeyto B*, their elders and betters. They thinkI ,1. and meet your doom." Greater New; York puts out nearly 2l ,- 'What shall do?* asked he, with the

Major: Sterling.. In.due season the post may be fooled into believing she had a'- :;. .1 was Timmy Logan the minister', v A Taleatla 000,000 valentine annually. Over lCw : tears running down his check.

delivered both at the major's door. Th hand In it. Act! I.did not know IoulaeEstil son, flight, mild, blue :eyed and 6cuhmental. Should Where flower.stray refuse lost within to bloom a lonesome and deathfulO'etsweepe land designs are laid on the forms each year 'Answer the lovey decry fetter' said

xoajor himself took them.In and blushedthrough better than anybody In the world."> A silent laugh went about whet. > aand and sales of the 'most popular reach tt-j I, 'and Ice the other go.' He did so, and .

all hls'tan and'grizzle at sight of, Then In mind he ran over.their long ac- at the end of a minute, be was seen t*> the way by which we may return 100,000 mark. :. In a few days they were happily married. F
which hAd'a spray cf qUAIntance. He had .been dangerously puss on Into the long parlors with Mr tore will still lead, though lost we wait and From over the ocean come stories ..1,.' It takes tact and management to make

roses the big and envelope a pateof turtledoves embossed near loving her bad, In' the ol<
she was ,his mother's pet and Tom;her "Lord The misfits.of this night Tojogroaned' with solos In average establishments tr machinery. rAre
upon'th?flap: And If by of and
eoaaoe grief Borrowing "
$100,000 The valentines must bee '
.'I'wonder what girl 'is trying to guyTOO youngest stepbrother, his own ffpecUJ as No. 2 went In. "Don't r Oar disjoined hands ac longer clasp and cling a year. each consultationfregwnt! ? They
chum. He remombered quite clerrly hoxrf : yournumber Mavi up tp date, and yet the profits worrit the! are. This morning at 5 o'clock I went
:
," he said as bo sat down In his own your nerveor major Eorae whispered word of ,lore will find itt .
bad made his heart beat to see her come expense: of new machinery and tlovic a tJ} out of town to ceo some people! who ara at
tosrfnjr It to tho I other side of, r you'll get the youngest pretty girl of.all! place.Exalting .
.. \ .. snuggery the ub1e.. In reuliry be was full of eagerxunonlty tripping up the walk and how'iooruT) ho "I'll be satisfied with any,"Major Att+r tu:to newer peace snd grass. meet every fresh fad. Rice japer plash, :. sixes and sevens with each ot.be1and the

: Inside of it but a sense: had been for a whole week when Tcru let ling answered. His next neighbor sai.1 silk fringe and celluloid hare como law world., I got home.at &o'clock this aftercocn -
)R : to tee the Let os twain keep oar faith till death do part play and when- market gives out for a I: and before I bad Stttabed-ny dla-
him know :w'i a
"' for .of his ; quit Incidentally is In a stage whisper "Tom would<< tw j(>!
.. : of what, was wroly a man ; Us, thou and II The world's in rhyme. rsreet- certain kind'another is found and another :
hair made him leave' It ostentatiouslyrfone matter of course, that Louise *'.>; ry as a grig if he could just:arrange to swat'witb : heart: nor a young roan-a flee young fellow '

;; -' cray' :until be lad' read through all thoxaorntcg's to lU:11T13"otwg Cery. tho rr.It.:: ,,.i \ t- whoever gets his cousin: Je5."iej'] Thy heart aDd mine-are- until it is a f back number and ghee ws'\, came to .ask advice.. And now. I .am.- -8*: -

1 ."-:' : grist of.J letters. ,.Ho even anb dent'g son.-: Then ho 'hr.ti iiv-"., .:... ,-z''i AI:1n.Msor.; Storllns'; : smiled. U. was to'., __ .- Valentine. to-'io*theffnext*- -;--*-',,"fav..rl:8.->->:' NeWtd- as"'.".- sro..,.,,.-- tfcs- Ce' : tau:. oa 3d rtjj.' J ; 'J' BP I
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Florida ,Semi-Weekly Advocate. concerning3 Florida, from prospectors A Mv- .Ll ,- T& BIGGEST! OFFER Iff
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'_ PUBLISHED TUESDAYS ND FRIDAYS Pgilr CATHARTIC THE, FLORID IEEKLI IDYOCATfi :

I Spanish Affairs. ,
-AT- / i qty:

.I STARKE. ;, FLORIDA.Entered rt THE TWICEAWEEKDETROIt ,


at the postofflce at Starke, Florida- SENOR DE LOME'S SUCCESSOR.: FREE PRESS
as second elass mail matter. Madrid Feb. '11 Senor Gallon "- '
; CONSTIPATION BOTH PAPERS'ONEYEAR "

ONE DOLLAR!! A'YEAR. when questioned by theAssociated .' s CURE FOR ONLY $1.OO. f,.

press on the;subject .. THE TVTICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE MESS needs oo
introduction ILls many special articles by
..BODGES said that Senor De Lome's successor JOe ALL noted writers' have siren it a wortd-wtderepu-
.atlon. In short. it is one of the cleanest
.. EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR, would soon be nominated. 25c 5k( DRUGGISTSto.. brightest and best papers pnbll.hed. Ni* .
pains or expense will be spared in keeping up
,' A' its present high standard.
e .' Remember that by "tnHiiir advantage nf
,
of 1 -
several
in
We observe our liifi' .
this combination you get 62 e01>
The Associated Press correspondent c FLoRIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE, and 104 copies .
state exchanges that candidates DO YOU WRITE 1 of THE;Fan Fuss.:: 1M papers for only 1.00. .
learns that Senor De-
for the legislature! and various IF SO WRITE RIGHT.
Z Lome's successor will be Senor A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE
offices are already announcing Fifty Years Ago.
county .. )
,
Louis Polo-Brrnabe son of vice *? R THE FREE PRESS
their candidacy. This is the way it was bound to look'When .
Admiral Polo, who formerly grandfather had his"picter took." ..cvtvR asz? Annual! Year Boot: and almanac for ,1838.

There is nothing ,like being .in Theee were the shadows cast before i 1J. 'I -,, CORRECT, CCKCISE, CCKPETL
r in the United l'
represented Spain The
coming;of Conjurer Daguerre :
time and those who are first in I OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 1Q97
And his art; like a girl in a pinafore ,"J. .
States. Senor Bernabe is
BOOK WERE SOLD AT
25
Some to bloom to fair. \
the field will credited with day a goddess "
CENTS EACH.An .
in department Men not black, know
now engaged a special certainly were as we
the virtue of earliness. To all As they pictured them, accurate and superiorBookof Reference
+ 50 years ago.Ayer's i
all
of the Ministry that tells you :you want: to know. There
tolann&unce Foreign will not be a useless page in it. A Practical
them.
who desire Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic IB-
dealing with commercial formation on subjects Statistical. Official
selves as candidates for officein I Sarsaparillabegan Historical,Political and Agricultural;likewise
matters and consulates. a Book of Religious Fact and general Practical -
this county, the columns of to make new men, just Directions on everyday affairs of omc.....
Home and Farm.
'
the ADVOCATE are open-at the as the new pictures of men A copy of this book will be sent to an siriv
MADRID PRESS PACIFIC. began to be made. Thousandsof scribing immediately and bending 15 cents additional -
rate usually charged for such for mailin expense,making*I.15 to
Madrid Feb. 11.-The Im- people fronted the camera all. The book will be published about Decem-
notices. The price will be the with skins made clean from ber 25. 189T. Copies of the book will be sent
to all taking advantage: of this offer as soon
and 811rrOll11tliIlg
parcial, referring to the resig- blotch and blemish, because laIn Sub-Agent for Bradford after above date as possible.Do .
same if notice is inserted now not. delay:but take advantage of this remarkable -
nation of Senor De Lome says : they had purified the blood Counties for this Celebrated liberal offer which we make for a
that it would be if it began with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It >< limited time only by special arrangementswith
"The Government was wise to the publishers. Remember we send both
I later. Those who want to keep is as powerful now as then. Typewriter.Can't papers a full year for ti.OO. and you can hare
accept Senor De Lome's resignation. Its record proves it. Others a copy of the took by .sendinjfl5 cents ad-
ditional. Address
before
their continually
names His indiscretion has imitate the remedy ; they I Sell You One ? T. 'R. HODGES:: ,FLORID.WEEKLY" ADVOCATE.Starke. .
the people will ,i consult their I .can't imitate the record : Fla.
only occasioned the
government
:

C'-: .. best .interests by using the I' venation." BO Years of Cureo.. _._ ... __ .._ ___ .___ SUB___--AGENT.__ ,,-.-.A.f -JOB PRINTING-
---- ----- --- ---- .
of the 'VEEKLY ,.
'e columns : ( ElIII-
I
: The Liberal takes --------------
I' ADVOCATE.v: |he same Battle With \V tllncn. For JOB WORK Try usl!

4 '; view of the case,.aitd adds : thing complete for starting' a Bring It to THE ADVOCATE office

"We do not wish to blame the big hotel at Skagtiay. lie Garrison, Ky., Feb. 11.-A WE CAN DO IT RIGHT.

Jr President :McKinley has declined ,. places his loss at 1400. desperate pitched battle occurred WE CAN DO IT. 'II
vile conduct of the persons Capable AS YOU WANT IT. .
Florida Journal.It .
.. to pardon E. W. Agnew ] of such a theft. The reflections near Esculapia Springs, ASK r WHEN YOU WANT IT ,

of....Ocala..i''" contained in the offi- is not often that a physician in this county, to-day between FOR 4 TRYUSI!

Bronson, and Ft. Fannin, cial and\ &'correspondence recommends a patent medicine; Constable Cropper and two TICKETS k-

Flay! will sooiTbe connected b y" I of Minisfei-Taylor: were more when he does, you may know thatit deputies on one side and three

is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleveland women on the other. T i@rld
a railroad. The survey has severe. e
Glasgow, Va., writes: ''I An old woman named Croupwas VIA
The decree
.II> .., been made and the telegraph accepting<< Senor
"' have used Chamberlain's Colic
killed
"" shot and instantly
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being stretched. Dnpny De Lome's resignation -
wire is
Cholera ..
and Diarrhoea Remedy in
by the constable, but not until I MEM
has been signed and will be gaz- f.
C Valuable Infoimation.The zetted to-morrow. my practice and it has proven to the woman had shot William

'" be an excellent remedy where a J acksanv.ille
-- Thacker in the temple, inflict-
Tallahassee Floridian, in thorough course of medicine,; had .
ing an ugly, but not fatal,
EYId1a 1
WARLIKE PREPARATION.Madrid (
its last issue, says : failed with me. I recommend it

'" The following rulings by the Feb. 11.-The great- to my patients every time,, for wound. AND !
The other two women, the
Governor have been' recently eat activity characterizes the colic and diarrhoea. Many .

made in the Bourse of correspondence. I naval work now in progress in other progressive physicians' Misses\ Croup, were both badly THEThe 1 I f-@R 4 0fr

.
I the Spanish :yards. Repairs: recommend and use this remedy,. wounded but did, surrender% I _

and construction because it always: cores and cures. and finally] drove the ofliers : Y! 1- >
are being >
In rewards for fugi- Will 1r.
Coffering quickly. Get a bottle and y Putill J L T & .
One of them stabbed V E.
tivesSrom juctice it has been pushed under the greatest pres have: an excellent doptnrlnthe away. A\ Y Y
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tho rule to have; requests fur "ure. This display of energy house, for all bowel.omp1il1ts] Thacker'in the side badjy.'riie I I I I iI .i .atf AtmrJt.4_ ,

the part"of the naval: authorities both for children arid adults. family recently mo'ed'j j Any
executive action from the sheriff !1I !
For sale by J. L. Gaskins.
tends to satisfy the'prevailing I to the Springs, and nothing i is:: i: "
: or county commissioners of I Jacksonville Question
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hut
known of their
excitement. history,
public 'Miami I t
10.
February
-Large
,
the county in which the crime
of ai'b' that they ,are desperate c ar- Tampa and You may
was committed.. 't quantities vegetables being ?. ll? 1 1CO

Under the )laws of Florida "Big Lou" in Bad Luck. shipped to Northern U'markets acters cannot be denied.' They Key West 3 Ask It

there is method of from this section and the began firing at the' officers RailwayA .
no relievinga L. C. Sihler, who left this i without a moment's notice.

bondsman: from liability uponan city for Seattle, Washington, Florida keys. Truckers are North Standard

jubilant over the prices rIte Beauty Is Blood Deep. *"
!
official bond. .
has again been the victim of and "
Clean blood means a dean "kin. No I : ,
Rulings by the comptroller bad luck. He was one of the recent rains have been Very beauty without it. C'ascaretsCandy. Cathartic South LineThrough t >"" American
-" beneficial to the clean your blood and keep it clean, by -
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have been made as follows: three' hundred passengers on growing crops. stirring up the )kzy liver and driving all impurities .. :; ',: -. *
In a week or so there will be from the body Begin today to Annual.
Such witnesses board the "Corona the steamer
bettfore -
as appear banish pimples, boils blotches, blackbcaJsgand the ': ', ,
,, which lost in Aruthur immense quantities of eggp ant, that sickly) bilious complexion by taking .
; the grand jury. are paid by was Cascarets-beauty for ten cents. All drug ':' :' ww

the State for the time actually Channel, while on her way to tomatoes, etc., moving.? i t Ten gists, satisfaction guaranteed, lOc,25c 50c.( HEART l@K( J GENTS

served, but no witnesses, : Alaska, Sunday morning, January dollars per crate for bean and GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. I ( )) _
of
". whether for State or defendant 23d. $G per crate for tomatoes make ;
j TIME CARD NO.:;. e

". are, paid by the State for "Big Lou" was among the the trucker smile.I I In effect on and after:{O'\.7. !FLORIDA. Ready Jan. 1, 1898,

attendance: on the court. twenty-five passengers to return have 31! choice lots, right} i ic l Daily No. 1.ex.Daily.No. 3. STATIONS.. Daily 1 To._ex. D..Ily.No 4 On All News Stands..

The only provisions of law I IIt to Seattle, and the Post- the heart of the city, that I will 1 t Sunday. Sunday. I '1"" ....,&.,c .;I.$JJ.I

now in force as to auctioneers I lutelligencer of that city con dispose of for cash: at a very low, Lv. am. Lv.300 pm.t..Gainesville .Ar... 11 am.W) Ar.;lo p)'a.72J Write! the General Passenger
727 3 10 f....Minnie HU ... 1053 (C.:;;! Agt'ot for information.W. Larger Better More Complete
are contained in the sixth tains a lengthy account of the figure. For further information, 7 30 3tit..Cmnon'sxlng..1t15: C SO B. COFIN Cen'l} Supt. ,
733 t..Rocky Point..l'MJ 645: Than Ever.
paragrapji of section 9 chapter wreck from which we clip the apply at this office. 750; 325f.... Wacaboots.: 104) GAR
J OJ 345t..FlewelIens: ... Ii)311 fi2D: G.D.ACKERLY.Gen'IPass.lSt.JACKSONVILLE. .
805: ( :t..Clyl\tt's .... 1025:: C 15; r
4322, Laws of Florida. Said following : Mr. F. C. llelbigaprcn: meal!l 810 3.15 ....Kirkwood: 1010 610 kirTf; nost vridttj! sold Ammo Rrfx*
.... ...,.
815 4 0')t. Elaiore 10 tai CtJ'i
provisions dove i not include any The accident which sent 700 I druggist of Lynch hury Va. .. 817 4031.....Tacoma ..... 1o to CIO tnce Book and Political M3nual pn&NsIa
says : 820 410 f.... Taylor's..... 055 5:.')
exemption in favor of any per- tons of valuable freight to the "One of our citizens was cured oi f 823:: 415t...Micaaopy .... 9.0 550/ l (H- R E. LEE
bottom of the sea, and im- 8 35 4 25 f...Tuscavilla .... 9-50! 5 43 THE WORLD,
Fou, whether acting for himself rheumatism of two kanding 837 4 3:)t.Lake SunoaTOd 9:15 I: a I') ,
periled the lives of over 300 I years r 842 4 35 t....Hickman..... 3:X) ft S5 Pulitzer Building. New York
or as assignee, or other- by one bottle of Chamber 847 440t..SoutlLside.... 9 25 ;5 30 SOLDIER ,
souls, including men, women 8 52 4 45: .Uuntrarrnn .... 020t 5')

wise.All ,,,,. and children, together with officers lain's Pain Balm. The 11I )men 9W.... 5Wt..(.). .,....Fort....Irvine Drane._.,...' 010.... 515.... Citizen and Christian PatriotAGR

: property must be assessedat and crew, occurred at is famous for its cures of rheumatism Ar.am-telegraph Arpm. station! Lv. ;:}. L\.prn GRDVES

o'clock thousands have t.-flfii*::station: ATBOOKFORTHEPEOPLE.LIVE .
its "full cash value, in 7:10 Sunday morning, ; been delighted J. r. BUNCH, Gen.Pass. Agent.

order to comply with the requirements January 23d. More than half with the prompt relieibyJ. I V.J. IIERLO a. Cea. Maa.Insmil1101. AGENTS WANTED. r.. ::1

of the 1000 mile to Alaska which _: ,\
trip I it affords. For sale ..
of the statues, but r EVEP.YY/HE2E TO SKWSA12PE!! PAGES AND CU CPCiUBS. ,;
had been made and the steamer L. Ga?kin3. .;..
., the comptroller has no authori- had entered the Aruther chan- EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL TERMS. :

nel, between Kennedy andPorcher's and about. Both To the Ladies-A neat and pretty I Money can bemade rapidly and a vast amount 1ij j
up Capt. G. ; of Rood done la circulating one of the no :>
islands. The visiting card is lfGrS.1 blest historical \rorka published daring
morn. H. Pierce and Pilot H. F. something thai I the past quarter of a century. REw

log gon Tiacljust* sounded to Cauffman were on the bridge.It every lady young or old, is proud I I, ATVE; ASETS ARE KOWR-APKGA; H HARVEST.
A T
II :i\vaken the passengers forbrcakfa was Cauffman's first trip as to possess. Now, we have on hand "THE STYLISH PATTERN." ArtIstk. A, Some of our best workers are selling
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1 : t. Scores t of men and pilot. a quanty of the very best cards t Eisliloiufcle. OririnaL Perfect- |I fiver One Hundred Books A Week.

women had been obliged to It was light enough to see and the 7 Fittinj: Prices 10 and 15 cents. ri Mr.A. G. ""Wr.Uatn: Jacit: >oa count;. Mowdrked ..
type, etc., for tnrni g oul t t ii four days and a half and secured 51 or
Non
< tle.) ou the il ,ors of the sccial None hlgbtr. better at aoy price
p the shore on all sides and ders. He sells tbe r wk to almost every man
as: nice and dainty a card a* yot I Some reliable merchant: sells them in _*, he meets. Dr.J.J.Maw>n. Mu-icosee county
"hull: :1 Ill] S lt on. All were Henderson's point on Lewis J nearly every city or town .Aik.for ?, Ga..sold 120 copies the c'n.t fire days he CI&lfvtl..ed. -
avako and can: get anywhere.To them, they be tad mail from IJ H. C. Sheets. Palo Pinto countyTex. .
or can by
I
_.i. perhaps a hupdivdiy island over the bow. Suddenly i .. wo feed a few hour and wild copies
fir as In eltirt New York ex: Chk go.r J, mostly morrocoMadiajT. J. U. Hajna.Gaston
i1 to determine :
:4$ ; what( while the ship was going at Ocr Customers.Chamberlain's Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet T:, county.N. C.,made a month's wag In tbrei -Afro
r. Khali be considered i full terrible sent cl to i days canvassing; for this book. S. si WblifCalUhac
". t ilia 'full. speed, a shock :pc- ; Cough R med | upon.receipt. .,ons cent. .pry. CO"olDty.r.reL.. Is selling/ books: at thi TAETELESCHILL
i Y posttge.
.
unrred followed rate of 144 copies a week.THElSCRXCONTAlJiS
by a
cash value" of grinding ? .
particularproperty
any is the best
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cough syrup wje have I BICSR/FhlCA EXEKKES
_.. : whether real or: per succession: of lesser shocks.;: used ourselves M C'a.CAIUS p. I of all the leading Generals. a Tantamount o
.. I Those on deck were thrown, bjino e\\\r. or I1 OUl r Hixtorical Matte-.and large nninberof Bear
' tifolFull. Pare JJCnatraU'ui. It U a grant
sonal. families.V. -
force of the concussion, H. King, Isaac P MAGmEIt I book,and ladies and srentlemen who can girt

.' Only one ,State license to sell while those still ia bed were King'-and many otheis in his vioinit -: if all or bound any port to c:of.ke their Immense: tan' suds to the of caarajoare muse:: :, f

mules- hors'I tumbled have also i i1 f I Brig ttrt bdia' Ei2guiLi ptiSIisBecf. T handling it.
<, or s at auction is out in confusion and } pronounced! (
Invaluable for the hcme. Fashions: of i
. required. Each county can alarm. It took but an instant the !best. All! we want is for ()eop1Eto 1 e''. the day: Home Literature, HousetoH: i, AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS TIJNIC
.. !showing'; the different! styles of t>> lnJC.: s-iapU:
collect .. 1- I for all to realize that the ship :Jry it ami they will be,con vinetl. -. 7 Hints, Fancy Work, Current Tcf fc?, T pages,and cutierial nec *>iry to wott waJ,
,:. .a county license tax for H Fiction,all for only 50 cents a year,In- win be kcntoa receipt of 50 CENTS., Tt,
' .... : the same. f fTho I : had struck, rock. Upon honor, there its IKloiter ) ,_ cludrg a free rattcr ,yooovn sak- majfaiiccDt eatery. of poriia'.u toe, awne..r.Y.in itf. IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS
double non
i wta
w
pro-jpeettw *
", r. : that! we have ever tried,Rnd( boil& any time.: Send.two 2-c.t rtamr*-s furlb1J U at far Itsu thaa actual commissioner of: agricultnre ;: for ample copy. A: $dre *. ft ufajture. andwe, woclil advise you tooule .
"' L.;,: C. Sihler of Seattle: was \ve, hnc'u: ,ed many,kinds.. -K. A.. -4f'' V qu ear: tiul get excluilre control of lid tc- l'aria i.f edielna(A.GALATiAILLi.tipy,28,12 St.r..o.tsuo. :;
THE
report moro tlurn COO I : McCALL COMPANY r LeTIloy Address ceoNnnen-We.od! last year, me-bow.. ct'
.a ,heavy loser. lIe was. taking IfcAKE & SON, General Merchants :1f.O\"E"8 'f.\S'fiU"IS: CHILI 1'ONlC. Van.
: j I42-H6 West HlH Skeet: Nzw York PUBLISHING! CO. )1r.>+3htthree .
applications week sire being ROYAL 1 17ft atreett7 tJaw 7.U' JQ all 0." .
per 14,000 cigars, fifty bedroom Big Tunnel Va. SJ-ld ptroC1v.c of 14 ynIn t1u-Clrc
: I. { by J. L. (. JB9 Filth Avcsce, Chicsgo.XL: 11TH. AND 1 MASK STREETS, .'evct'...,i4 an artiel h tbt itaYe such iu4aea: Ea.w 4,r"
received. W.:information: sets complete, ) stoves and every- Gsskius., i f --i, '. tJ.cU: s u 1J1f: :' :i t4>GJ"I'nJI1... .
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I Coaludefl" 1 from 1st page". : :. 1" .PERSO.NALF4OTES.. : companied-by. her'slster, Miss' Edna, High School'Dots. Candy Educate! Cathartic Year: BowtU cure constipation With Caacaret(ore fer.*.. EDWARD 'MDDLETON,

tired as four orflve\ dogs and ,couldn't do from' who will take'a'course In the college.Mr. ., Rodman do like .to read .lOc,23c. If C.C.C.fail,druggists refund money. -
you
Mr. n..J. Turner wa la Ward .. ,
any more talkiag even'If I :bad 0 hapco) : Successor to Andrews&MKUIeooa.PKOPKIETOn .. \\
City PU tho laii. Fied Martin and Bisters, Mirses poetry? .
to do a bit of jinatchmaking, which I so To Cnro Constipation orever. .
dearly love. ?.lyrtleaud Sallicf will l leave :for :Arcadia Take Cascarcts Candy Cathartic. lOc or 2c. OP .. ,.
"Do I want to become a love sai'it nh.. I3'-nny Davis,. of LaCrossgjwda about the middle of this sveek. Joe looks,so muchbetter, in long If C.C.C.fail to cure,druggists refund monoyAdvcrtisiuff -
some day,.liko $t. Valentino Oh, in. u:town Frldt"y.Dr. "" :- :: -
DO
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of pants J \ Feed and Sale
Fred is one._ :?thrke'&mostprqreSsivey | : Starke Liery
deed. I only want to bo a good priest of .. ,
.Todd wasin the city Saturday and Unt s.
my church. But people want to call mo business men alwaysuiakca The' \Titor Jr' ;.n'ra'3.nxious fora .
the modern St. Valentino,''they may do tus from Lawtey ou business.f a success of everything he" un- Our ndv'rU.ingrateswill b* as reasonable ;
. welcome/" J match game of ball. consistent with STABLES.!
(h'rtake"Misses Myrtle and Sallie as keeping up n good news
Mr H. L. Babbitt, of Jacksonville,
'. 4uit.I1orII., I was in tie city yesterday. will bo greatly missed by their large ,Tho ,boys! should keep: their Issue paper.a clean.It la the attractive purpose newspaper of the publisher with only to

circle of friends in Starke.: Arcadia hearts and not -send them; to tho such a proportion of advertisements as will
Hr. Bud Crews, of the Water Oak HE*AnD SECOND-HAND BtGElES i I TFRMSAM .;
I ia to be congratulated on this acces- insure that &U will be seen and read.and none JIJ<
section, was in town last week. sion to it's'society.Shooting girls.on Valentine's Day. buried behind a mass of others. Rates will HA8KESS:: FaR SALE I it STRICTLY CASH.

II': i be uniform and will be made known on application -
; Rev. J. II. Hughes filled,his regular When Ned got Monday's mail, '.

., i' appointment at Waldo yesterdaj' Affray at JLavrtey. He whistled like a quail -DRUG. STORE.- :
DISSOLUTION NOTIC ,
Fivo'mashers, grand in dash and swell, Mr. P. L.' StarTjird Lake. Butlei'a Last Friday night an unknown I' As ho opened up an envelope is here'bvgtven- that the firm of I

Ogled a fair one to her dread.St. hust'.ing: mill man epeut Sunday in party shot a negro in the back at so neat. NOTICE i STEUNUURU &; CO.. of Starke. ----p. ,
Florida, said firm composed of J. M.Truby. S. 4
Valentine had marked them well.
And straight to each thE'token sped: Starke.. I Lawtey. The"man was down in, ;But when he looked inside, .i. Sternburg and K Strong has bee this day -
dissolved by mutual consent; J. M.Truby
Mr. Lee McDonald, of Jacksonville front of the fire cooking when' His smile thenquickly' and S. J.Sternburg retiring from the firm. 1
I I The business of the firm of Truby. Stern-
I :- ;: was in the city on business some one gently opened the door And then the enyelopa he tried to burg&; Co.will be continued by E. Stronsjmd: -
all obligations due to or owing by s.id firm Ul
Saturday. 1 I and fired at him. The person hide.. be settled by him. J. M.TUUUY,
E. STRUNG.
Captain EdwUc1Ecame down from I who did the shooting made his What he saw he'll ne'er forget : 1-20-4: S.J.STERN rRG.'Dated .
I Ibllstnt.s this Sth day of January 181!9.
Lawtey on Saturday to. attend to We have been unable to
I escape. 'Twas a little tin cornet.

.. II!learn the wounded negro's name. J. F. P. MoMTORT, J. L,. GASKINS,
Mr. Lee of
Morgan one Clay county .
Old People.Old S DEALER
substantial:. farmers, was in town I iSA!. Valentine's Day. -DEALER IK-

Saturday. I I ili! jj_ 9.r the ADVOCATE people who require medicine FANCY GROCERIES DRUGS MEDICINES .

7'L Mr. C. McCormick, route 'agent I'is-is uedh Iohd 1sT&pr4er that to regulate the bowels and ,

n .. of the Southern: Express CO'OJPD'j: ) th Jfe mat er.ap.pr-Z&f'ttt &t+a&fc---- ViU cid.ieys. will find the.true remedy -I KEEP- ,STARKE, FLA.Physiclans'PrescflptlOss .

was in Starko on tho 12th. '; -iuSltric- Bitters. This medi- The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.
I entine'a Da.Y lr h jf1 41IP. ; .. .' .
W' -:3: : Carefully Compounded
Mr. John Norman was "shaking: : which. appears on our;Ia.;: '*_ page' cino Joes!; "stimulate and-con-,' IKY ME.- at all hours day or night.

,. hand!'" with his many friends in the will reach readers that ains; no whiskey nor other intoxi. ..... ...... ,...
our on day ; ; --;
: Saturday. :.: \. II'.r. .=:::..:::. =:..c-.. =. ::.c...;.
irt city devoted to the patron saint of cant, but acts as a tonic and alterative -;;.-:::-----......-.::::: ::= '- .... \JIi; .... .... e: ... .

, ,. D. U. Brigham, a prominent Clay love. There are, doubtless, many ; It acts mildly on the II

"": couut\ truck grower, was trading'"In stomach and bowels, adding
U lovers among the readers of tho OAQH'TATJQt!
1 "In this composite' T&lentlno I Starke Friday. "' strength and giving tone to the
I} ADVOCATE-if not there should be : .
: Thy phlz and more beside: pray see. F. returned Saturday __
r> I'll let thee choose the 'beaut' for thlnN Mr.Jl.: Ensey -who who will find matters of interest organs, thereby aiding Nature in Fr- ____. __ ?- '_ ._.m_=-u- ,_,. -.'---
AU masher lock alike to :" night from a trip down on the A. S.
< me the performance of the functions.
.
number.
in this
- DE."E special
l Owu.I I It. & G. Railroad
Electric. Bitters ip *an cxcerient! '\*/
1 Like Her Face. Mrs. R. Richard of WAldo, was 'u-< 4 \ DOIng.
A Surprise Party. appetizer and aids digest! n.. Old ,
Miss Cutting"7ery-Yes, May, dear, the he guest of relative* in Starjte S-it- Delightful j : vlt/

Valentino Charley sent you was so like urd'ir and Sunday. Last ..;EldY'ev ning the young People find it just exactly:: : \, hat an Exclusive /

f,ou Miss-BO May like'Upp-Like your face. my face I Mr.\ and Mrs. Liptord, of Green: people ..of this o city tendered Mr. they need. Price fifty centsvahd / ,

"Yes, dear-fand painted, you know. Cove Springs, are in the ci'y, having Will Iverce a' delightful surprise $1.00 per bottle at J. L..Gaskins Cash Business. fu '

Ills Valentine. driven. over,yesterday. partyat' the residence o'f .Mr. and Drug Store.

With the'valentine: before him. Mr N. T. Ritch Walnut St. .
Mr.\ Raymond Prescott, a popular'uun.t : on .
On his knee, Special Notice. I am at all times prepared
,
What a precious thought: came o'er him: : gentleman of Sampson City The young people met at the homeof m
"$wct Marie- was in the city Saturday.Mr. The office of the FLORIDA SEMit
Mr;' and Mrs. T. A. Knight and
Did she bond itt Does ehb love mo?" .. WEEKLY ADVOCATE ill Sell the .
How he slshcill 1 J L'-vi Dyal, one of New River's from there they went in a body to now equipped you

.'She's on angel far above ice, progressive!: citizens, was attending to Mr. and Mrs. Ritch's. 'Although for first-class job printing as it Oi. IL Best of Goods

But I Vr'sh her for my:: briflo." business in Sfaritc on the 12th. has never been before. We have :.
Mr. Kerce was very much surprised (
,. Then he Oa Idssod blslcnee.: !, !: .scented letter Miss Lilly Ch-.ires! one of Waldo's Mr. and Mrs. Ritch.. had added to its equipment in this department (f At Priccg flat"lll '

popular.young ladies: : is the guest of 1> .. 1'7'
;; "None could ever love her batter new presses, new type,
7" 'HW'eet'Mariel! Capt. E. W. Bunoughs and family.Mr. received word; before hand and and a line of stationary suitable !f GET YOUR TRADE.

.' Did. she send it? Has site meant it TWish were prepared for the young folks. -
', Leonard. Sapp, a successful to kind of work. We can i
f' ; I knew!I" any
: Ah. the pity! Busi sent it, strawberry grower of the Lawtey vicinity Games were played and delicious print anything required, and guarantee : The Stock will be kept up to its. .... .
he did Sue refreshments served and the .
And not care for was in the city ou business were Sand ,
'f .' EUuu; HOOKER EATOK. Saturday young people heartily enjoyed to 'turn out work that will USUAL HIGH STANDARD Eee: : : :
\
please the most fastidious andcritical '
.. Valentine to a Musical Maid. Dr. Mark Anthony of Lake Butler, themselves until '10 o'clock. ,. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ,. : ; "" ,; .

In a truly awful manner has presented Dr. Tate Powell with a ...... ..". of patrons. Don't send ) ,\,

You caii pound tho poor"planner," pair: of his ceh'bratctJlexican game Negro Accidentally; Shoots An. elsewhere for your work, but giveus Tfc
.
You can bawl an opportunity to show Respectfully, p
4hickeus.MIPS; 0" other. you ,
You have had a sinking master, what we' can give in quality ...... .... >4
you I
L. :
: '
And can sing the very plaster Fannie Powell i* in the city t Last Saturday a strange negro and prices. / ,,--'p: : *,-4 E. STRONG ,
OS the wall! .
..-. '. a guest ol Mr. and MM.TS. K. J Oh'UB. accidentally shot James Stevens, '. .q '
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MISs! Powell is one of Maxville'o fairest at Edwards' turpentine'camp;near Consumption Positively Successor to Truly, Siernlurg & Co. {


NEWSY LOCAL. GLEANINGS. daughters Lawtey. It seems that the fellow .Cured. .. ._, .""" ..........................-.................-... ,.,: ;., ., ; 'j
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i Mr.\ Ozlas!: Alvarez, a' well-to-do was cleaning a 32-calibre pistol, :MrR. B. Greove, merchant of -. -,--,,,-,,._._,,,,-,'p. .,,.,-._._.,.,.,.-,,.,II- ._,. .------.E--; :" ."_.

' GATHERED CITY AND NEIGH- farmer from New River, was among which be supposed was unloaded. ChilhJ ie. Va., certifies that he A.-S. -CHAVOUS----A---:

II DORHOOD.J he manlY that visited. Bradford's had consumption, was given up to Y
J capital SaturdayMr. Stevens was sitting on a cot in ,die, sought all medical treatment

:> -1 ITEMS PERSONAL, :PERTINENT! &: PECU.!IAR.. front of him, when the pistol was that money could procure, tried STARKE, FLA.DeStat1e .
Elabrec, who has been confined
-- discharged and the all cough remedies he could hear
to his bed by illness for the past few accidentally ,
4 Weather, Forecast. days, we are pleaded to note i is rapidly ball', striking Stevens in the shoulder of, but got no relief; spent many and Fancy Grocerie
in a ch.air.: was
sitting
nights up e\v\
its around .theshoulder'
recovering. ploughed
way
induced Dr. Kings New Discovery
to
try
Fair ami clear Sunday : Country Produce, Ftc.
Drs. Powell and Stewart have been bone and lodged in his and was cured by use of .

ami Monday.: rushing business for the past backs' Stevens was brought to this bJtt1 For three w
doing a two 8. past years
., -, When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me :a
-- -- few day in t-xtraetlng pistol balls: city and carried to the Starke Drug has been attending to business, ;
\ Call. I will make it to
and bird shot. Dr. King's New Discovery your advantage.
Oh, .what a ]lovely, day: Co.'s-store, where Dr. Powell soon tntl. says .' ,1
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges and E. L.Megiunis is the grandest; remeay ever maae: -
located the bullet and. extracted
Mr.V.. Crawford\ brought inn as it has done so much for hIm !
two of Gainesville's promi- .-- E. W. DRIGGERS -
it fro'm'hTs shoulder. -
and also for others in hia com. ,
of Fine strawberries Satur-
crate nent citizens, were in the city Saturday -
munity. Dr.King's New Discoveryis
.I (lii '. en route home. SAD ..\CCIDENr.Little .
)
guaranteed for Coughs, Colds LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES [
Mia Ollie Weeks, a recent convertt and Cosuniption. It don't fail. ,
,
will
The.elrawborry season soon Child Meets Death byBurning
t the Baptist faith, was baptized at
Trial bottles lOc. at J. L. Gaskius
\ several .
be here. 'Venoticed; creek afternoon, :
tor yesterday
Allig : > >STARKE' FL.tI(!( .
quarts of the delicious' fruit in till\ Ut:\". G. 'r. Leituer oflifiating. Last Monday little Jim Wilson, Drugstore f ,

I in:,rkot Saturday. Messrs. "". A. :Morton ,Yo A. Hill five-year-old son of Dit Wilson", Don't Tobacco\ <<: Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away.

Mr. J. T. Adams: cur hustling and II. 11. hater, thr..e gentlemenwho who lives on Black Creek, near netic.To quit full of tobacco life,nerve easily and and vigor forever, take;be No-To-mag i-: Make a Specialty of Comeying Traveling Men to Points in t the conntr .-

lire down from the North to Lake View, met a horrible deiihYhiie'playin Bac,the wonder-worker that makes weak) men ,
builder.. has the contract for erect- take in" Florida, are guests of the strong. All druggists,SOc or II. Cure guaran. ,
'
: \ near a fire in hisfather's teed. Booklet and free.. Address ,
iug..n handsome cottage for Mr. New Commercial.Mr. Sterling Remedy Co., sample Chicago or New York SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE. .; ., J
field. It seems that Mrs. .
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J. M. Alvarez, on Clark Street. '
: Carl Dingfelder, representing Wilson' mother of the child,, was The S. L. I. A. will give att entertainment .. :.i: '.
FOR
: to bo epidemicof R. W. Dhon & Son: coimnis-ion next Friday .' ,4
There! seems an in a back field burning trash. She evening .

: colds i in this community.(; The city.merchants Mr. iHngfelder of :New York will, remain is in .the atI.Ja't.telIuring had lighted one pile of straw, and at the Armory opera house, insteadof FIRST-CLASS JOB PEINTMG- :*-

Thursday as previously announced. -
..
: doctors are all :kept busy. Dr. the berry season. while attending to another. tire (
.The for the
program BRING YOUR TVOKK TO THE OFFICE OF THE ,
Powell informs) 'us that he hr.a her littleboy, whom she supposedto evening will embrace the "Goose
Messrs. M. L John!?, C. B. Wall, ,
more practice than ho can attendto. be at the house, approached the Children," music, recitations, etc t" SEMI-WEEKLY'S: ADVOCATE
E. E. Johns and B. F. Lane spent i FLORIDA :
The admission will be 10 and 15 .
w ; '! lact Friday fishing ou Varnes lake. '. first fire, where, in scme manner '

They made an onslaught! on the finny -. Ins clothmg'caught! fire. Hearing cents. I -
Capt.) Ost is cBtablishishing a -
tribe and had a very injoyable thee -child's; screams, the mother- Btsclclon's Arnica Salve. .-" f.
nnd ac- "
reputation as anlaQ'ablQ WE PRINT '
time. I
ranhi assistance but to '
only
;
mniodaling landlord.: Quito a The Best Sa\ve in the world for *
)lr. E. returned from tripto \:
.Strong find the clothing almost entirely TAGSjCHECRS
number cf the travelling fraternity, the North on Saturday. Mr. ; Cuts, Bruises: Sore, Ulcers, Salt CARDS,
burned from his The frantic r ..
are spending their Sundays at the Strong will remain In Starke for a body. Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped : -, I LABELS : 'I"'

: popular l Commercial. few weeks before returning to Oil mother' used 'every endeavor to ,Hands- Chilblains, Corns, und TICKETS, I .llLAKKS4; >-\

'* P ,. where he has business interest save the child, and so-doing her ENVELOPES CIRCULARS ,.r
City, all Skin,Erupt oii*,.arid: positively I ,
EvWv person who sends! a dol- *. hands were very 'badly .burned, BILL
HEADS STATEMENTS
f m' su'rea Piles, or ho pay required. It ,

lar out of town fpr goods which Dr. };. E. .\. ToOd's description of I Her efforts .were in vain.and the I is guaranteed to give perfect sat NOTE HEADS, LE1TER HEADS, .'

ulight.b( bought, 4 home is doing his' whaling experience oil the coast little fp.l1ow'was carried to the o'r '
Price'
refunded.
I isf action ETC. ETC. ETC.
thbtown'" ud its njerchants an injury ot Labrador 'given at the Starke house -where ,he lingered in great money .
I Ii 25 cent 'oox. __ '
,and should discontinue tie Drug Company's store recently, was i agoiy,until the next dtAt., .the per! WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT t,

even if compelled to pay very graphic' nud something to be I time of the accident Mr. Wilson For sale at J. L. Gaekin's Drug
practice
>
ltcrs'TO
ft.MI. //Skilled
remembered by those who heard .. pri '
.
t* ** Store. ... I t
the REQUISITES. -
more for goods, which is rarely WUS'1n.. Starke. t :
Encourage j yourliome merchants ,: .=s RIta Gardner, one of Georgia** : 0" \ Good Paper .
case. ,
Tetter, Saltlhenm and Eczema i < .
.fair daughters who has been spend The'1)033 at the. Bradford County : :
; they are injp.ortant factors The intense itching: and smarting,incident

in the upbuilding:; jof ycur town. Mrp.iag"a\few\". If.mouths..\uthoa)with., will her leave' sister In team l Irigh-school that is hard have to a beat.foot-ball The by' applying to these diseases Chamber,"instaatljrallayed laiu'a Eye': abd .1' -G000 WORK: J Presses, -

F As a rule they "will sell you goods ',1 few days fur Macon, Ga., where Skin Ointment. Many very"Lad"csjsa TypeVAnd 4 .
merabjgtlof the team fol' it. -It I .e.
are as have bt2I1 permanently cured Inc I.I.
as clienp-cost of carriage consid- ,she will spend a felouth3 with her ; -
and
!Ics
for V.
Jonnie is equally efficient itching j'i '
'Gardiner
lows'
: Anthony, .
bought else- aunt befure.returnihs to her home at favorite .for eoru nir.J,. ..
ercd-j-as: they can ue a remedy; .. "
.. Ot.- Richard Fernandez haixls chilblains,, frost Htand -; i ; '
,
xvlii'rc.; And it would be appropriate Thompson, Syd'vJtcn, chapped chronic": 'sore eyes. 23; ctczbPr. x -I, \\Iiilc.S33 'fJ.J. .

hero to say, ;ialso, that bur Miss Grace Pinnell.) daughter ofJ'ul1gta ROd1Thifl3OtiCrNCd Powell, Cosmo '. i I .... .

readers will 'undoubtedly) find it E. A.-Plundl of Brim-, passed ;I! Alvarez, Bowden Alvarez, Arthur Jnst .what Codj's a horse CcatiiiioTi neeJd: when IVwlfT in, baJ are I I WE HAVE ALL THESE.: et: :
througu'Srarke Saturday en ruute1ioine s Ritch Will Kerce Carl Knight and '
,
i condition. Toic, "blood purifier and I :
their to patriIli2e ::
tJr., )
great to
cd-jantago from Jacksonville, where -she Gussio Knight. The boys had: a rerraifaff They ate net food l,ntmedicictf J II I We Solicit' Trial Order. Satisfaoticn Guai'd.H .

tho6'e'\\.1io inyitejthenrtodo{ I I has been attending the Massey Busl-II last Saturday eveaing and the best in tlOO to put a I I ,a- t.I' .. ;., .'
.,. of-the AD- Miaa! Grace will practice game horse in priaa coa sr through"the'l column's nnz: Co'le.. rat urn.f'Q. I -: : Office in rOt J2
.. 1 1t ..,.........: .. '.......2 ..-.1 .,. ,1,...e and did ;sonio::! fine pJ yiDg. <*uts per p-ur kage. i : } 7 i1g. 0JVaadBea,
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fficial \[,Directories/. MINISTJBB_' lr. .of the ..South' on 'the same: ;wisl.to') inquire into,arid: urr1dersiand. flit- : : .
SO :YEARS
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: i Sensational Reports nd, and, !I shall also go to The outlook for *" '.. V EXPERIENCE
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JBTATE.Governor. ?
corning Varions 'M later on." Florida tobacco seems very. Departure trt : r : :_i
Wm. D..BJoxban1., .. : > i
Secretary of/jState,':J. L. Crawford. Washington, D. C.,. "In what particular way do bright. --"-'---1--* -<--- -! --i---i---. c r : : ; ; -: : ,

fr'4 Comptroller!. W.. H. Reynolds.. 11; The following hope to benefit. Florida?!' "I shall be glad to' do whaf-,. STARKE,:FLORIDA.HO $ .
TrraHurer. :3\\ B. Whitfipld.AttorneyGeperal. .
.,. '
1 dally, lUTes .T &.' to. for LaCiwse
Wm.Xamar. was given out for asked. ever I can to help the ,Florida: .
Uri :
L. B. k1ey and intermediatepoints. train TRADE MARKS
-Wombwell.Commissioner of Agriculture- at.- the State "Well. I intend to look into tobacco,growers," he said, "and connects with the O. S.4; F. V Sampsod DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Ac.
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unctIon forPalatka. Maeou
and Intermediate :
tln\V.N.Sheats.Superintendent of Public .Inst- rue- morning: "General agricultural interests, into will send a special representative points. q1l1ek.ly ARyoneiendbg ueenat: om'a.teteh epthon cd free des wbeUler 1PUo1l may an hi

I tion of tobacco 'into the to Sumatra if to ,o. 1 Sator a.5and: Sundays poly. LeaTES 111..QUoft Is probably S&eIlt&bl. CommllDJea-
SUPREME COURT. has telegraphed that necessary, UonsktrtcUreoaodenUal. Handbook Patents
:3)p.m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly and Intermediate sent fr *. Oldest anoer for wcniinfMtenta.
Chief Justice, R. F.. Taylor. DeLome's of fruits: and into your find out how the tobacco is points,connecting at Sampson Junction Patents taken throach JInira & Co.. racvlT
Justices Milton H. M.bray, F. B resignation iy ', interests. I wish to i and cured there. shall for Pal tka.Macon Intermediate points.
Carter.
cepted before he grown NO- 5- secoad cl-iss. Leaves Starke; 1:00 a.m- flmmcan.A .

COUNTY. telegram from the : myself with what is i also be prepared to furnish seedto for, LaCrosse. Brinkley >nd Intermediate haadaometr HhutratM w..U7. Largest dr.cmlatton .
State Senator, A. Crosby. points:: This train Is daily except Sunday. of any tdenuflo Joomal. Tena.Mr a
L. D. Wall! and E. done' and what is needed- the Florida and : roar month,f I. Sou by all twadeelets.
f Representatives '
He adds that the first growers, NO- 2- antics at Starke l&b. p.m.dally.NO M

P.Tax Ward.Collecto :J. C. Byrd. at Washington will be person can read no end of will do everything possible to days.4.and arrives Sundays at Starke only. at ..30 p. m, Satur. BraDda 6S&38Iertsdway4y F St". Waiatogtan.York C.FojOBlORKTryus.

Tax Assessor,, W. :J. Epperson.* in charge of the on a subject, but a assist the industry." o. C. second class arrives at Starke.530:: p. '
E. S. Matthews.
Treasurer.Clerk of Circuit. Court, Col. W. F. a new minister will be' inspection is needed A special from Kissimmeesays m. Daily except OEO.Sunday.TOMPSETT.Qen. Supt. !

Weeks. all to become Starke, Fla.
Sheriff; S. B. Denmark. ed I at once. Full thoroughly : ARTHUR MEI3S,Gen.Mg!'.

County Surveyor:; R. K. Ensey. follow." 'with' it. "Secretary Wilson, in company Jacksonville. Fla. WE CAN. DO IT"RtGHT.
of Public Instruction .
Superintendent, F. D. ;Shell.:; It is believed here 'Now, in regard the pro- with a committee of citizens --- -

County :Judge, :J. R. Richard. of tobac I did not visited the St. Cloud RAILROADS.
incident is practically ,
,Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. I

: 6, Geo. A. Card In.-r. I All sorts of rumors 'I until. recently that the sugar plantation here this after- I
The Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad
JmlkeTum1m :
Commissioners -
County '
circulation last I product was_ largely noon. The much land possi- ,
Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blauton, night,

J. d. Crews D. :\V. Clyatt. one that a special the place of Sumatra_ to- bilities was a grea '- nd The Short Hue! between Fforida aid all Northern Foists. .

CITY. the cabinet was held ; If the people like and remind mm, swiis, AUTO GI COLOMBIA! iASHBOT, BALTQIOHE PELABELEJ1

Clerk.Mayor,GVorge A. L. von Gardiner.Kirn. night:] In can ,be this tobacco, und. 1'. .., ? lEi TOil BOSIOI AID tHE EAST.

Assessor, '1'. W. Sweat- tively that no cabinet impression thai in -. # ered roOf Everett Macon,Atlanta.Chattanooga, Nashville. Louisville. Cincinnati. Cbictgo.Everett. .
Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. "> "** -f-- "' '. .Bimhigkam. Hotly Sprints. Memphis Little Rock. Kansas City.51.Lowscicap
ui_ ;aa' :I.! Wif tat' to settlers ttui !
formal or informal I ...- .. .
)Marshal J. !..IBellnet.NI )-:>i"\-.I: .h "" I Zion City.
ht Police, J N. Jons. last.night. I i they do;, the question iLiwbatis ny other country or stat: RlTg Jnattkm. Ptaocri*. MftMt.Nsw Od. "",. Texas Mexico.Cafifcrala aid the Paclffa

MIddletun Aldermen:,.F.Mi R.Truby Morgan., N. W.Edward Hack- .-.MadridFebruary: i prevent themirdnfliking- it that he knew of. He ,left ft' Coast } ect1ve. Dee.. 6.1897. _

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ett and J. W. Hicks.ChirCkTIPkeCry. # T/-I: "= the hotel train _ Leave Jacksonville
Fort Meade on 8,1*
"- Peeien. r Sagasta paying just as high a price a.in. with Through Pull-
;r ;: -* .k.c \ v > it when known toJbe Florida promising to come again an man Sleepers for Savannah
,: a correspondent of the Columbia Washing

,wr i : t&l .:at pregenti' *ted Vu i Press-- to-day : ? That .is a matter that stay ,longer." ton._ ._Baltimore.New. York;PhUarteJphla. .. and all.

tPa:. tp.tt'1 > every wednesdaySunday ,, wi: pt-- / p.1 La.'ieru points. tjonnect
::1W n"11'Jr"nt-7': school surprised at denor jr-1 w.nm for FemB <1ln3. Return-
T. I I YQ. train No.breaches: Jacksonville .
$' $ty Sptiday'Tilorning at 9 o'clock.] letter, fur in all bib: -YUwTA cWIiiI: ( 9.30 p. m.

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Bnptist, ; ..,tfikc ,t .' a-'cIp I HEW TDSK! FAST MAfLRfl .
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Services eve y 2'l\ \! ; -'; -$2,000 Wora 4 -ijit-,7iJj 'It .lr' ,j ,tt-, .. :0 ,.,p.
Prayern... L v. :, .JI"'w.j. :, 'iJ.- i.it- ., : C a c T A -4 c.. ..,
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Sunday m.>rw.a.t; 'J .:)', ., ''; ::011' ". ;:''pUl..t"" rt l ".ci!'t tu.Uv ol "' : "' S
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Methodist, Ht'\'. .1. A. ii, miry! |I..u' "'- leK.wltj": 1.n. oret. I' ; : ? 1tr..a.m ?
This in connection with The Atlanta Weekly
ServiceK .. paper announces
tor. r Sunday" ui r<'i- '
l.DeLuU1 's llHi ::,c1 l.. 1 :c A :n Kj ;"r ( ClNCNATtA1LCALi.: \ :
Ing and evening PrayeriII4eLiug t."very"Vedn.etiday Constitutution, a new offer in which 'everyone may hare a chance Ta.,. .. .a iJ IIEa NO. 33.i.w L.o.1n S.ctr. .
evening at 7 'cl.-( k. s;.. i.i 140.'tU xx m v .
school$ morning fully, iur he ha::, l'tl1 J j to supply the missing v.brd.in this sentence: *TA 4- ., ,Jt..n-I .cvcreLt..Ma.cou. AUanta1DZ ."
Sunday
Sunday I. ,
every I
Cl'l.tta.t" ; COlJ1iflt
at 9:30 o'clock.- signal bervices uL \V 4* l.1. t ,4''V for LOu :1 ille. NsbvLTe. .

t Episcopal, Rev. F. R. Holeman) Oil the question of cti! ': t4-T FIRST' IT WAS CONSIDERED BY p. a ua. .J4 dull.,, .,,.. -rftc' St. LorJs CniNortLem twPoints. ') :Wei4etn ltlId all, ",:'i'

clergyman in charge. Services,every : v... '. I -4; .iiv'/W Keturniag U'i1.bJ"rr .5
Lome :SUccessor :Seuor::) :::; b' Vt JaCO1is 8Orp :)
2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon at 33U fTHE; 4,,_.______.___ __ /.*$ A GOOD .OMEN." f) ;di2 -i a.EXASHVIllE
o'clock. Sunday school Sun lU.g A"
every ta was reticent.
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o'clock. -
day afternoon? at 2 0 1, A 7 4: ; I ROUTE. Throut: ,
,According to a G. ... ;* 2e h.'U.LljheLl clecplAif: car
Christian, no pastor at pre.ent. The sentenc is taken from a wc -kpown. publication. Th ,. U a && p -1- ttervive for UuvlnauU:
I Wednesday ceived here from Hu. A I/. via
Prayermeeting every : U,1 Savanuab. Coiuubia.
word Is a familiar one, and it may readily suggest Itself. $5 S' .
Ji-jt
evet-ing at 7 o'clock. Sunday: tchool A i.AshviTh* Sprtns r.
Sunday morning at 9:30 0'- letter of Senor ]) I X'Y' n Ii Knox v1JI ihronjtu the
every flyjV '7 1.11 U I Celebrated mountainous:

clock. Senor Canaleas was Contest Ian 1--n[ March 1 ?% :.1ll-% % -. .4 1Jw A I c 1 na.Country Leaves of North Jacksonville Caroli

PROFESSIONAL BIKECTORYl by the, person charged I Began ) .., St S NA.JIDINA I r..irni i.rnt 7 at17.4Ua.ReLurrnngarw 00 p. m. Arrives Cincin--

ONYILLL ) M 101111W' rives Jack.M,0vli109.IU a.
ward. it to the latter, -- ..........----- .......... a.- EC.q *. a 5r.itiiiijv m

J.I* GASKINS. M.D.;, added this person TI ESTER THIS CONTEST YOU ;UST SUBSCRIBE FOil_--- br 1's 4.... ., I triflit IIIUW '.4 ONLY BEAUTIFUL LINE HILL THBOCSH COUNTRY THE OF

ARDcSURGEO1e. $IUoo for it from the _- I JU flI 1-iat .MIDDLE FLORIDA, PEIiSACOLA
"'PHYSICIAN S. Q 1 U ('iiii[ ; AWiJ DJCAJI21A: UAL Live
t ,, Si ( \ Li. S 4 7 1 ...I1L'iUt ..;..uukouuv;> \>.i<> u. m. U Y
STAEKiE FLA. Junta 4ve' J 1 tJ1II11' -- No, :: ( Iy.: fur Luke
1. N\ (jL -C City. Ltv. Oa!(. Uadisoa\ ,
\Vashington MoatiueUu. Tallnba-wee..
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Office at Gaskln's Drug Store River Juoctiuii. l'ru;>ac<..
The United States la. aiobUt, NEW ORlEtS -
,L. SCOTT. M.'D., : and the Souihwe -
A is. "t. Mexico. California
chagrined azi
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS'tARK'Ei deeply and the 1'aciCc Coot.Carrie. .- *
: ,- cavalier in which IN CONNETION'ITI1; '' : Sleeper. ReturaNo.
way ) 'i .
o z'j liirrtves Jacksonville:
fc'V FLA. xl'p rrICO.
has treated the 'DVOCATE'A' lwr 7.55 a. m.
M Office at Gaskin's Drug Store. THE }1- V ; )\ )::: p LlATBjACKfiOXVlLIEO.i.1a.. in. for Starke.; Hawthorne
There is
a growing .,,
: w. Silver Spring,
L. STEWART, M. DVEYE -, i -i :4t. !.. ;-,.-" r"..: L\.' s:; : %% _II
.. E not to permit Spain .. '" -5O i :, Ocala.Gainesville. Cedar
'' ,: L'." ._ i'i'-". '.-. t-'.' v.a. ., 7LS N.e. 1I'W" ._, Key, Wild wood. Leen.burg. .

EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,"" draw the offending _.._-%- -.,.--,.. ...,- ----"'. ----- Tavares, Apopka Orlando Lachoochee.-Dade City, Plant City, Tampa. Arrive Jack -4

tU STAKKE, FLA. but hand him his In connection with: :hi= Cui-Wnx? : : Rate, we will If you send your sonville. 4.15 p. in.NASHVILLE.

a
an.TE POWELL, M ID., and hustle him off in .GlVE YOU AlFzthfl; i TE: l'.15SifG' WORD FUflDe. YIa EVERETT, MACON ATLANTA AND CHATTANOOGA.

: .---.-.-4--.--*---.----'.-.-.-. .........,-- "- Leave Jacksonville 7 00 p m; arrive Nashville 7 00 next pm.
.PHYSICIAN AND{ SURGEON,... At the end of r-fKnl .ov.n.J) by Lh.I content The Cunatltutlon wlU par ....t
Leave HashviHe 9 00 arrive! Jacksonville 8 00 next
a m
Spain Preparing : to the-.ucctafui ,party ar. >i4. t:>* tlic ful! prize amount that ha. accrued a m;
J. STARKE, FLA. in the rontrst. The !ii'-ii I I.> !xn.r| :> and itiese vontesl.i hare become eo 1.15 A. H. Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer and c*m>
) I popular and hay r>fn < ->n.lii--tAi) with urh abottt! fairness! to ail that berland Sound.
a, per thirty years experience In Diseases of Glasgow February aMY have b -t-n wd! l)' ro -If-I aft.-r. but.nonii nave become equal to Tb. 4.00 P.11. Local for Everett close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and q ioke*i
b- I Women and Children. Office Starke Conttu tlon' gTPt f "rirln,1 I !' r! .. ronte.

I Drug Vurnpany.rtR. Spanish government IN ONE YEAR TUE CONSTITUTION: HA5 PAID OUT,- .. 5.00 P. H. 'Local for Tallahassee Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 4.15 p. B*.. ,
9.40 P. .. For Tampa and Intermediate points. Pullman Sleepers Ar.Jaokr.on".fle 7.3.S a. re
; J. O. HAYNES,. quested the Clyde THROUGH SLEEPERS for CINCINNATI ASHVILLE, leaves Jacksoovillt at 7.00 p.
.1 r NEARLY: $6OOO.IN CASHIn m. arrives AshvUle 1.45 p. m., arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m.
: .- DENTIST.RKE ... Building Company to For Macon. Atlanta, two trains daily. Leave Jacksonville 8.15 a. m.and 7. p. m.
;; s. thet mJff:."! rp word contents. II rtit aside- per cent of the aubecrlp*
Summer Rates Points-in Effect June 1st-
FLORIDA. work the Con IttnU rrvrivetl: from subji-rjbvrv 6u'wrg; at the rnijilng, word and to Excursion
; on Spanish thin fund i tr frirn to thtu! .--'"*.'-ful inirsM-r or cuf!!"*re In the contact.
: .f (Office at residence South Street. in of The fund U dlstr lulled with *$-"IIt'. tTn\ *, r, and the tact that The ))*'-*- Pullman Sleepers on all Night TrniIl -cE(
f seth extracted: patnle&Jy by means of local now course Weekly: i uhetlcn. AU kinds of dental work done at puta aside<<' jo prr pnt from a'* "tf'':!5 v <.nh "rrrt\nll! for this dlatrlbutlon -* Parlor Cars. on Day Trains Between acksonville and Tampa.
*>|nable charges. in the company's fund rhon- hnt the anoont to N llvld* ... enUh to be worth 5fr.vliiK for. It if rot a catch-pnny-' a deceltfol .
',' ,..\OS. E. BUGO, company dispatched propoa'tlon., h ut th", pin ,- rw-n and !mnl l. and IH ADMITTED \. r :-'

I :( ,.'.", 1ttorneJ and Counsellor at Law yards yesterday a .TM.111m. wb"'h ti. sr..t"nH !. akpn" .Iii df'potofttoct la nniM.T rant. nMr .*et.aM wm .i Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.
.pse.4 M the cfa.ol the cotitTt L1.rv outc iivuct cvaom.i-*. which mkwi tU* varil after aa SI-
STARKE FLA. torpedo boat destroyer MOM.Uon tonka Suwanee River Route to Florida-
I In one fir L"'H contests fhtre was only one successful
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'. ----: manned with Spanish vho rec >irr<1 nor* tl-nn 3:.(3O; STK! in ri/iinn| to this In one 7.ear "it Time Table No. 60.
: ", '. ), lit Residence on Cherry Street. _.-be'en 4trIbI IIJnOt1' iieetul g..rs.flEmemb.T .

<.,. "' and crew. Other thxit. hetht-r ti>* mlll.ln", 'nr) 'i )ppikd' or net. It cost.i.thng Shoo 7)s 75pLv..Atlanta\ ..'.... .. ... CentraL. . 743a 1m Shoo
.. /; *4JENSEY, to gi: *. and even t) I>''f'h n ,! ,u.- <***fu]. th* rueuer gets 117 JlOOa Jllb .Ar..MaeoD., ........-. ..LvG.S..F....... 435a 440p Fly.f27p .
J", ft CIVIL ENGINEER. stroyers are also ready. WEEKLY 11 lOa 1128p Lv ...........Macon..Ar-O. S. &Jt .......... 4O& 427p J1lt1'a71p ':
THE GREATEST OF ALL \
NEWSPAPERS
FOR ONE YEAR l3ip 147a ar.COrdele..hU.8.&F._.. ... 147a 2 lp 8 0a80r
PNTYSURVEYOR. crers have arrived.SECRETARY 301)p 301Sa ar. ..... ......Tirk>n ... ..... .....hIO., s&i..izva. iop e Ke.p that .n VfW .r -.1( ;.._ ., for your home paptr end The Wkly Constitution. ........ ....... Sr... ... ... ........ .._... ...' \ ....... .. 3 4
; !" .* OI1rawlu Blue Printing. EstiBaatesof 1lIOa ... ....... ar"M ._.. ...Thoma8Yme..l.Plan'S.tem........ .. :2 iLvlPlantSstem. ..
I : work furnlsleJ application. \ Should you already be :a =ubcrber: to home remit $1 210. .;..... ....... &l'.:.......... Bainbridge........ .. ) ._.. .... ... 138
-, your paper 63p S5Oaar.. .... ..JsTer.. . .. ....ITG., S. & Y... ... .Sl23p. ... .
\ ( Office on f S street with C.. L. Peek. -- to this paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year, and it 700p 6 \Oa.ar... -. .-.La.lIe City............IT G. S.&F..........,8 Z'p. 9Ma.: .. .. .
Talks Encouragingly will be forwarded to The Co-i.stitution with ....... IOOOp 95Oasr..Palatka..l-v.G.S.&F-----: .. \ ... .. .
.j :0' ; your guess .-...... : I a.l.,........ .....T1ttoll......... .. .... P'ant Sybiem.. .. JIM/J" 12 4Zp.; .. .
.. rious Florida -- ... ...., 3iOP/3" / ". .......... ....'... .... .. ..ITPJmtSntem.. .. P40p .......
RAILROADS.ORTH The CoastUutlon'rtlar.ult.c that the amount of the award will ....... _. 4Jar..Jaekoovflle..IvPant. 8JI1t.em... 7 30p lO'(5a.._ _.
.L ....... ....... e:4i lv....... .. ...Jasper......, .. .,.. ...sr.iiantSystem.... 6Up ; ..
Hon. James Wilson not be less than $5OO In cash. and it may be as much as $ JOOO. ....... ..... 7 l1a ar............UTe Oak... ... ..'.IPlaat.SJ.tem.: ... 611p ......
: THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION. IS: TIlE:rtRKATEST: : WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN ... ....... I ep at..Lakeland..1TlianLSysiem. .. 94Sa") :70J&I"......
f/C.} & P. SHORT LINE tary of'the department THE WORLD. It U TWELV&PAI'.K.: SEVKN-COI.UMNS-TO-THE-PACE' ..-t...... .... .. 3cxp a.r. ."..........Tampa.. ..,.. ....... ; S''tem.... 80Da ... ......
a ....... 320p 730alv..Tifton ..... ...... J".WP1aDt. Ko........ 630p ju.. ...
culture of the United { NEWSPAPER, containint KKillTY-lpUR: COLUMNS: everj-week. It bat no ....... 4Dp 1fiO* ar.... ..........}'lLzzeraW........... ..... ..... bp Sl3Ja.... .,.
i e4iul aa a Weeklv New>par in Amrrira; in utwi reports cover the world, ta4
I EAST WESTIYtLRTVRESANDARBIVALSOF now in Florida on an | Hi crrespobdents and agents are to be founu 1 in amost: every bailiwick) of the Senth Operates Pullman Buffet Sleepers the year round between Naahvilte,
tin ad Western States.A8 Tenn., and Jacksonville, Fla., via Macon find Tif con.

gating tour and the A RAGAmE" prtntt mAre -tt.r tV.to"nl e"7"ta* .". TRAINS Union and Citizen AK KBTJCATOK.n to nchoolhao 'ln tt rtf:a j".r*rvwlin*.,f TliCoaMituti quot BTECIAL FRATURR8 OItmlMa4lt1"'d.J1 tn. ; farm anm to Amrrtcm.m .
m / Ti7. Operates its own Sleeper between Macon and Palatka) via O. S. & F,
; as saying concerning .A.'AJIID. FAR9IEBM DKTARTM" ,', !.. *?.... ot..ru-.I.I CUUikn Direct' to Firzgerald, Soldiers Colony, via Tifton.
/ ETARKE FLA. 4... D.afle.. Nt AU ulldl't' s detkIr..4! ... 1 UrarUv to $ ) t*wtaea
to I .... e ertes are 8tIMn... ("ur'" kt.k a .. Ip..ratlfo I" r.llllect, sad It .. Shoo- ;Jy Train runs daily, except Sundayf.aud will make every heat
,,"\, ., No.. 10.dIloU;, tt-&Te1 t.I& p. m.. for aU hopes accomplish: : b.&rt 7 av.esI. Sf ltLe prl.etpIs ese,1aed I.... !''C.d.1 VI.t.r. .. .1 iMl'an7. : atop.D. .
JpokU: North and TVW connecting at JackconTUlewith "I have -cometq: ------ G. HAIL, T. P. 'A. H. II. KicifABDaox, F. P. A.

*&., .through sleeper Tor New York., TIE, HUiWHH ABE TBS' C&SDITI3HS OF' THE COTET. 12 Kimball, Atlanta, Ga. Hogan St .'a..k on.me, F.'".
jtCtaeinnail and &intermediate points.j said, "to ascertain I C. B. RHODE, S. P,. A., llacon, Ga. .
N O. 14 leaTe5lm.: '' .. ....... J. LANE. G. S. G A. MACDONALD (O.
.. j dally" foratuecarrying people need and. to 1ih ;i: Ten PerCent oLlKc i'O'C..ITI'TIO!' :?' rrn 10 rsn CKtr : P. A
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tpol ts named baye. i 'C'Nf.ahkTt"uoMlrweptUtlo..Dter\ft s.Gmisen" -
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through Klecp
Subtcripti ... .._.. .
t bill.hllIHI for dhIbut1n w.o.;U>OM whowtUbrrlT as J-It1.
':.." Tmp and Intermediate p.Jint to New York I what way ..the :d p n, goes to the _....DC U connecting at Jacksonville\ ILh tralps from J Fund to be divided itb**nlif*f nd.i [( mart tuft OM nppDia thS
Uaeotz-At1itA. 1 ariculturanhelp I wort the MID wU teprep.rU.n trt7. Chattanooga and all points InothtrWofdtlfthisSwbccription .-- .
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-, T) rjti'iujd west,. also with trains for :I in(4iere: Fund NEW 'CATA-
;west have c at the) tJ TnE'm'DJTIO": rRKTKnBNT fOR SEHDIHO CV" |
.. yioflda,Pena .col&, Mobile New Oriean ,::Tez- amounts to $20 cae .t Uw N..IIC w ,d."Iha& Hda 8M everygy ... .. 0 LOOUC FOR 1898 ,
; ....: ..s.'Mexleond California points. of the President, and of tsr th.eriodI': tb JIIU1*'" ."'ffl..n mit.. l D.U1"a4ndWl.UlU.'lit.>CIoIIto "I'MWNkJl It...... CWThLERLLbyTOXAILIiOCTOflR.. : -

'uo:1a1es'es11:5a: p.'m. with connection, nm'ounts I.the fund to go.to the dubtJtllC oaH.the.-.UhUDlMJq w..rd wtZI lie f'wai 'fte
that to a com : f a. l. arnt wkh tbv Mtwrtptioa.' soc ... .ac'
form ..
from anpotaft tad Hirlsions. uccMiful O _
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loflows of
; Throuitn el't'r. g __'11...oo*annrer.1Ie e r abe will M eotitlrd to a lUre lit tte ftttd. e partwrite eft" 't ,. '
"'trom New. York.. am perfectly] familiar, i would' be $2OM. for tch eonvrt aaiw-r. TIle will beaocapftal....-_"_ 1 I'T': -TJUt 7011 pk* c M 4.>.a copy of y CM r
,. .. :: _ _ wm g4s ar. priR. Ptzesa-Y IC8ceI as maa:' ( w* \:.* "urrrjr Ca aVicm*. X k -i copy..but .
NO 91eay. ( ,
"';' I0:58Lm..WJth through sleeprierooonectkms Ii: . sstnci1a. .,,I baseo.d it. I ADd M m'*y i>t"T.>tiar A
1 from alf OlJas north, west and. agricultural'conditi : : 1ImIe"j U.iorz. U i* that,t 4* act wish to M ....1Iocat a
1. ; : yOU AB8WKR 1M a td not wrtt iteMateixx oat la IcJJl
; :4.aU points In the state. -,:j North and West :and ,.2II.g.-. .JIIII'UnIar g(11a...aj II- '- v
'_ tv _- Our mem 189* CaUIegmc will *Uiii ill the
jg Fortbebettmap of tbe' .sta.te, alefperbrotter ALL no' .. ', g: g.d IC'St.rnolu.ell>97caa1 J'HbnWes..y
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D. GREEN, Ageat.Stsrke.T1s.. t4J11iiiti4 P1wxevbc Views. we .ff era fail time'ot
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VX: .o. MacDonelt d. P. A. : 1., THE GRIFHKG BROS. CO. .
lit"J cksbn'Ule. assisted.. I sliail'! SFAKELA.- Peach He Ii.t>. Nas*. T1tC1LJUUZ1Z3: ::.
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