The Florida weekly advocate
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
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System ID: UF00086620:00120

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Official Directories.STATE. j i fifty of Sampson's fine. speckled Waldo.
: ---- perch. The children caught most Mrs. C. B. Farrel has sold I Y'

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.. Governor Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL, north. Great Battleship Destroyed EVENTS AND TOPICS 6f THE .
"INTEREST. The boss hunter of
Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. opossum WEEK .
Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds. Georgia is now located here.. He Mrs. Morton of Port By an Explosion ,'
-Trt-asurer.; J. B.Whitfi'd.AttorneyGeneral Gleaned Oar Able Tampa
by Regular Correspondents. ,
Gathered From Our State
Win. Lntnar. says his aVt'rage'catch since ar- City is on a visit to her,sister, IN 'HARBOR of HAVANA. Exchanges.

Commissioner of Agriculture, L.B. riving at Sampson. has been two J.
.' Wombwell. i Lake Butler. Mrs. Sumpter Parker.
Superintendent of Public Instruction -' to three a day. Over 25O Lives Lost-The The Ocala Lumber Company .

W.N.. Sheata. Mr. J. J. Owenby has been quite The .ladies of the M. E. Cause of the Disaster is manufacturing furniture and
ill for the week. Mr. A. Gr. Leverett got.his hand
past Yet Unknown.
Church, South, have organizeda shipping it to various points in
Chief Justice, B. F. Taylor. seriously hurt In some of the ma- I '".
Justices Milton,H..M;. ray, F. B" :Maj. J. L. Hill was on. the street mill. W. P. &,H. M. Society.Mrs. the state ,
Carter. --- .again Saturday after a severe ill chinery about the veneering --. On ,Tuesday night at a quarter ...

j COUNTY. This gives: him opportunity fora Lee, of Macon, Ga., is of ten the great United The Cuban Tobacco Growers' .

J'j State Senator, A. Crosby. ness. few days hunting.Mr. visi her .
Representatives! L. D. Wall! and E. -ing daughter, States Cruiser,, Maine, was, Company of Fort Meade havein
:Mrs. J. B. Crews of New River '
P, Ward. : \ Leverett Sumpter; Parker on Kennard
was prospectingthe wrecked by'a terrific explosionas over ten acres of seed beds"
Tax Collector, J* C. Byrd. j> was shopping 111 Lake Butler Sat '.'
1 Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. shores of Lake Sampson witha street. she lay in Havana harbor. for spring planting. ,
Treasurer.E. S. Matthews. field glass, a few days ,
Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. ago Invitations have; been re- There is so fat no explanationof
The Advertiser order
Weeks. Mrs. Arnold, familiarly knownas making the tour, of the lake in says an
the of the disaster
ceived to attend cause ,
Sheriff S.B.Denmark. Grandma, is the guest of Mrs. I Mr. Wolfenden's. handsome'yacht.. a Hop'a.t for cigars has been received

County Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. S...5.Proctor. I Hampton; on Tuesday evening, but late accounts point strongly Key West by a manufacturer
of PublI Instruction ,
Superintendent :; i Stark,'s enterprising photographer -
to the of
the 22d. treachery on part 'trwill
F. D. Shell. ,
the cost of whi be $1CO
Mrs.\ Chaa. Matthews\ of Lake '
Mr. Henderson W8adat :
J. R. Richard. ,
County Judge, some one on board the vessel.
Justice of the Peace for DisriotNo City, is the guest of Mrs. B. F. Sampson again on Monday with Mrs. J. G. Cutliff and little 000. ,-
The[ explosion] is said to have
: 6, Oeo. A. Gardln..r.c..uuty.
Commissioners JuilReTura1m Holzendorf of'this.place.Col's. I his camera.' There. will no doubt Im Milton, of Albany, Ga., are
been caused by over 600 pounds There have been .
Dr. E.A. Todd,-M. N. Blanton, Wills and bo'lots of work for him to do here visiting 'the Misses Coulter'on ;at least sev ,
J. J. Crews D. W. Clyatt. Long,
Cracker Hill. of.gun cotton. enty-five new comers at Dade
--- prominent legal lights of Starke yet .
Over two hundred and
fiftyof City this winter who came to
CITY. were in our city Saturday on busi.' The literary club is looking The friends of Dr. Strick i
May, A. L. von Kirn. the five hundred men on Florida to grow tobacco. They aa
Clerk George Gardiner. ness. forward to a big time next Wednesday land, to '
are) greatly rejoiced see,
"-.Assessor: 1'. W. Sweat. board were killed or fatally I Ii will engage in this industry thisspring.
Treasurer, E. P. Duucau. Odom Bros. have moved their : night, as some fine speakers him so i much improved from rijured. Nearly] all the officers .. -

Marshal,J..F. Betinet. have been invited from neighboring .. aY
stock of into the Garver his north.
goods trip '
Night Pollen, J N. Jotua. were saved. \>
Aldermen, F. R. Morgan Edward : building, next door to Duncan andMarkille's. clubs to speak on that occasion. -r* The A. Cohen Tobacco Company -.,
Middleton J. M. Truby, N. W. Hack- Dr: Coulson has added to the Captain Sigsbee; the commander
will COO
ett and Jr W. Uicke. plant acres of
improvement of his property was the last man to

:Mr \V. M.\ James is increasing Hampton., Sumatra tobacco in Leon county ,
Church on Cracker Hill by setting oak leave_the-vessel. Only a short
,Directory.Presbyterian ,,
no pastor at present.' his already large stock of merchandise Miss. Bessie Knight is on.the, :trees along" the street. time elapsed after the explosion this spring. They grew and '

Prayerineetlnjr 'every Wednesday and getting ready. for:his. sick list this .week. ., : Before the'great ship settled to handled over a million poundslast
evening at 7 D..tock. Sunday school spring trade. ; Mr. Orlando Weeks left this
every Sunday morning at 9 clock. Mr. Robert Cason, of Zif, :a. m. for Savannah, Ga., and the bottom'of-the harbor. year.

Baptist, Rev. G. T. Leltner pastor. Druggist Jno. A. King, having was in town Sunday. New York. He will be greatly The'Spanish cruiser, Alfonso Clay couuty is advertising '
Services 2nd and 4th Sunday. :
every the brick' hauled to add another
XIII., which lay near the for bids the construction ofa '
Prayermectlng Thursday evening W.-G Seales missed but we wUrtry'to bearit for
Mrs. went
1or'tbof ; shopping
his brick .
to ;
story building I
at 1 o'clock. Sunday every wrecked vessel rendered great shell road from Green CoveSprings
Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. the postoffice. : to Starke Monday. with Grace. :it' :-,
assistance in rescuing the to Jacksonville, a distance
Methodist, IteJ.. A, Hendry, pas '
)Ir. R. :J5. Strickland is havingthe Hampton has a new doctor There; was an impromptu
tor. Services every Sunday, morning wounded and caring for the o! 23 I miles. With some

*Wednesday and eveuln:.evening. .rayerineetiugev-at- 7 o'clock. material put on the ground now. Don't,t be afraid' to get dance.in the op era hall Monday officers. assistance from Jacksonvillethe

Sunday school every Sunday morning for the' erection of a house on his evening I complimentary to the ';
sick.Mr. Captain Sigsbee has not yet road will probably be built.r
aj f 9:30 o'clock. lot in Dekle's addition to Lake visiting : ladies of Gaines ':
L. P. Wynn: has returned young. made his official report of the .
HeIf. R. Holeman, C. H. Lefiler >
Episcopal Butler. Haw- ,ville.iMrs. one Sanford's .
k&pm. a trip 'to
clergyman charge. Ser.'icell.e'very disaster to the Navy Depart '

2nd o'clock.and 4th Sunday Sunday school afternoon every ai.Sun-3.30 Miss." 'Lou E. Hays returned: to .thorne.. .. ':i, ;F. H., Butler r of:Levy- rent: There, ,is much excite- prominent business men, has .

day afternoon at o'clock.. her home! -i at Tpt6nGa.-last'Ffi-:>> : : Miss Hester Johns spent ville, after a. pleasant visit to ment throughout the entire just left for Seattle, expecting,* '- ,

day. She has been spending the to, sail from there for the 'Klondike -. .
Christian, no pastor at present. '
Tuesday night with Miss Eloise Judge Coulters family, returned country .on account of rumorsof ).
I'rayermeeting every Wednesdayeve winter with her sister, Mrs. S. S. .. about the ides of March.
7 o'clock. Sunday school home Sunday afternoon the been
t ing at : Rawlins, explosion having
- every Sunday: morning at 9:30 o'- Proctor. He will soon be joined by about
( I caused
by dynamite -
clock. L. P. will sell
Mr. Wynn fifteen other citizens of Sanford
The ladies of the M. E. Church '
hull of the vessel but
met at the home of Mrs. D. M. fresh water fish'on ..ice here The W. P. & H. M. Society who will accompany him to
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. this is'mere conjecture, and is
will "mite'sooial" the
: at
Gornto on Friday afternoon for every Saturday.Mr. give a the gold fields.
by no means probable.. ,.
residence of M. N. ,
GASKINS, M. D.,. the of reorganizing theLa.dies' Geiger, '
purpose Bans McKinney of Lou-
J. ,
The U. S. Tobacco Journal
Feb. 22d. The Maine was built in 1890at .,
.....PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON,.... Aid Society. ise, was the guest of his aunt, Tuesday All evening invited., a cost of $2,588,000. She of New York, says : }"The
are cordially
c STARKE, FLA. Lake Butler is on a boom, Mrs. J. C. Cason Sunday. '!'
had a steel hull and a comple- Owl Commercial Company deserves .
Omce at Gaskln's Drug-Store, spiritually; preaching three timesa There was an excnrsion on for "
Mrs. Johns and daughter, ment of 574 men. credit and patronage "

L. M.,D.. month, prayermeeting twice a Monday last, to Silver Springs
A before the under
Miss Hester, spent Thursday The Navy Department has coming public
week and
..PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the Epworth Leagueonce with Mr. and Mrs. John Hut- and, down. the Ocklawaha to ordered a thorough investigation their true colors in announcingthat
':" a week, besides the Ladies'Aid Grahamville.
STAfcKE, FLA. Every, one reports into the cause of the disaster they are growers and
-* Society.The
< time. Several
Office! At Gafcldn'u Drug-Store. son.Mr.. W. E. Daughtery and a pleasant and it would be well to packers of Florida tobacco, and

E.. STEWART, M.D-, good people of Lake Butler family and Miss Maggie Ayter came up from Gainesville to withhold judgment until some of the genuine article at that.
met at the "take in" the excursion.
.....EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,-*- with their cemetery well-filled on Saturdaylast lunch spent the day at Mr. Johns' thing more definite is knownas .They' are indeed the largest .

STARKE. FLA. baskets and hoes and rakes for Wednesday.Mr. EASY TO PLEASE.A I to the cause of the terrible growers and packers of Florida "

affair. leaf and from their long experience -
Office at Sl&rlcc Drug Co. the purpose of c1eaaing'up the W. S. Tillis and Miss I ,
Canton (Ma ) Man Writes to I of it their

TATE POWELL M D., enclosure and otherwise beautifying Daisy Hicks, of Waldo,. had a Mr. Huffman. Conceit and Dance. raising on .

PHYSICIAN AND SORGEOH, tI-c,abode of their dead. pleasant drive to Hampton Sat, MR. HUFFMAN;ljel ro8e, Fla., On ;,Feb. 22d the Victor Cornet they Gadsden are entitled county to plantation have the, "

STARKE, FLA. urday evening. Dear Sir.-Yours of the 2d received.I Band will give a ,concert and
Sampson City. meritS of their tobacco tested .
hall be at about the 1st.
Over thirty years experience In Diseases of your dance at the Armory Opera House.
.Women. and Drug Children..omplU1r.DR. Office. Starlce Mr. Tom Cone was visiting rela- Miss Afeenie Beasley, one S of You want to notify the duck:.and The'concert will consist of music, by the trade. They are the. .,.,

.3. 0 : tives at New River Sunday.Mrs. Hampton's popular: young ladies quail that they must roost high whileI recitations, etc., and will last for firm that openly confesses that -

has returned from.a pleas am there., If any of them are tame tobacco lot. -"\
\ -Kizzie, Shoemaker, of New: enough to that I cac R ret about four one hour, beginning at 7:30: p. m. they have Florida .... ,

STAIU\E: FLORIDA. River is visiting friends hero. ant.trip, to Melrose. feet from them, I think I might shoot After the concert the chairs will sell, and want to'sell} it under. .

Mrs. J. B. Cason, of Zif, is one. I,could not hit a flock of barns be moved back for the dance which. that name exclusively." .
Office at residence on South Street. Raymou Prescott and sister, but I could make,them hurry I I
Teeth extracted: painlessly means ot local up. will 8:30. Refreshments
UMUtheties.. All Idads ot dental work done 11.1-I Miss Fay, spent Sunday with their ,visitingher daughter, Mrs., shall bring my gun, but no fishing commence at Tim s-Unon! and Citizen.

reasonable charge parents here. Redd,g who is very sick at her tackle; I suppose .I can. get them will he served after the con The boss farmer of the

a08.E.DCGG, Fernandina.Mr. there. IM there any rattlesnakes cert, and during the dance. The
T home in .
Mr.. Johns farmers of the United States I
.Lester of the
one there? If there is T will band assisted
have a pairof by a good orchestra
and Counsellor at Law
Attorney high school student, was'visiting W.. G. Seals and daughter aheet-Irot pnnts made. .1 hate will famish music for the concert has been among us, and he

STARKE-, FLA. friends, here, Sunday. ... little Lillie, have returned makes: as bad an. the d-1 does holy and d nco. The proceeds of the has seen and then spoken.

,c t..*"!!,. ',..''Otlicc at ItesMencft:on Chftrry.*. *-'Street.- ; Mr. W. H. Bailey made a pleasure from a delightful visit to Mr.Seals' water., I will take any room; If I only have entertainment will be used to Here is one of his pregnant sentences

"'j R.F,. ENSEY, trip to Theressa on Sunday mother in Macon, Ga. a. good bed !t :makes no difference procure the leader of the band a :.
combining a little business with where itj!is-down cellar up 'In the good clarionet. "!Ir. Wilson expressed his
What it whose
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Professional pleasure. young man.was at tin, out( In the stable; anyold place surprise at the good quality of

girl went back on him Sun will';! do., Mr Palmer, agent of the Rev. '''me Shaw will preach at
of work Drawln turn=.>.le1 Blue on Printing.application.I Estimates Mr. |Ryals is rushms:: things jn ',day,evening? Try again, there Fall,River Line, tells me that I can the Presbyterian church Sunday tobacco'. grown in this section,

the turpentine business just from' Jackson ylll* to Melrose! by and said that it was only a
now. go
.. Cell
JDffl.ee on street with C.I*Peek. 1 1ItASTCS i is. plenty more pebbles] on the morning, and in the evening will
His bell calls: all hands to order rairodj! How Jong a ride Is it from question of a very short time
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\ beach., .: Jacksonville, to Melrose? I do not hold a union service at the.:Methodist .
ON TOBACCO. promptly at four fii theinorhing.'orhinog.. when Florida would prod ace all
\ __ 'f Elder :Halbrooks preached like a boat.: ,If':I )lad. better bring church.
It is reported thata, stray camel some fiehing tacile please let me the tobacco used in the UnitedSjates.
Look here cotton von ain't in it three excellent sermons at the '
; know. \ do.Dot to let the all! 'Polk ,will,hold :t,< .
: seen
; was passing here last Satur propose county a four .
: Ain! ,g wine to foOl mid you min Christian c4-urch
4 nte! '/ 'day.. Wonder if'' any tcircus-has Saturday; gamma make a good square meal out days 'fair at Lakeland, begin. Yes; Florida can produce!
night .-Sunday morning and of isle J, tin-re are men who
suppose ,
praise you been through this section' of late? ning March 1st. Liberal tobacco this
Doa't.spect: any mo'C1; will row J..out ft h.ng. pre the country can

You: alwAYs_ make'dig, nigger.' pure..' Wolfenden] & Co. continue, to I Sunday night. ., I sap pc>
r heat: year I'm gmne't plant tobac',,. add new machinery; to their, al Miss.. Pearl.Rawlins who, has down .there as well as in Massachusetts Florida products and an inCitation the, twtl-dOllar cigars the... .

And den,I'll get my m nev'Back: :ready extensive butiint i S9. .Amongthe '!been(spending n while with her, If wanted., lao something little,stronger is extended to exhibitors bloods of E crape ordered from '

(Andnnd wire to get Die*and lf.a'mule Joe to, hoof ', latest is a machine.for making, uncle; ,Mr. .N..Blanton. left If:you{|will answer. this and tell me from all parts of the state. Cuba as long as they cooJd'beobtained
.. mj 'barrels.. j! last Saturdayfor her home in what to bring with me you,:will great. The'-Secretary; is Y.

J'11 dress my wife in silk and lace, Memphis Tenn Miss Pearl) ly oblige me.; Itert Take*S>.tt..4 fcnkt TwUbT ftJ'. right wef; iitJi 1and and th .
'' t l Mr. Tom Cone went. ,on the lake I 1 ; $ ,.
And tliouJsar e tobaecp eullr ail forever te .
gpend a n iny place' ,, Yours respectfu'Iy, quit- ear !
pe n,cHn, 1 I'll }lay l lcken I wait! With" his, children', Saturday", eninJt. : will be greatly 1 missed by the I ccllc.line the tall wnnder ot life-,worker Bern,and that vI oakes=er, hake what tio ncajtrocf. -To- climate, buttthe kb r rs.; are

1U'Ia.gnvnor"bbt.i: state''. 'I to amuse them fc-r an-hour, : many friends she made.. while in To|Car CannUpatUn 7orverw AU dn>(;lAt..,iiOa or$1. Cure tpj nnitetrd. few,' though the fields are raft... .ttng :.:
-' "':' A. GPOWJTLL.. or two fihin: ,. They caught over" Hampton. '-. sIt Tate,C 9.Caacueta'C.fI.0 rare Candy,dn Cathartic.,gicts rcfcsA 100 avaer or C. nurlD Ilooidn Iteaody and Co.camplo Ctkto tree.e!iiag A&lreuS Y9rtG for 'the 'lo*. .# -. : "

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ftiond'S eml-Weekly KdYo ae.tt { Local", mates would be',cut. Ly- The descriptions may be all.. 'T tter... Salt-flhenna. "and Eczeniai, EDWARDJMDDliBTONr BIGGEST : FFEif :YET

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I PUBLISHER. ..,. ..... :# AYS'A. -1)FR" ... DAYS' .-''-v'., i'l'i iey" -'are.;.made.:to,}fit either byextension5 us to get G} to.. the spot exactly.To .W 'applying. Chamberlain's' ,Eye andSkin Successor"* Andrews. ,*'," ADSbddlenoas. i. -*- : ThE :flORIDi WEEKLY ADYOCftfi[; ty
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j = :,..,.i., ateAT: i-. "', i : : Ointment. Many 'very bad;cases PROPRIETOR OP -} =; ,;.. Rya '
& or excision.*, *.the rail- as the old 'greenback isasoftfeeling h&TeJ> permanently cured,by it.. :It .
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.......,c.' a s. h-, roads-4 ,are powerless T tohelp;? you : slipofpaper; dead favorite is equally efficient remedy for for itching sore piles nipples and Stub, Livery FeedSTABLES and Sale THEXWICEAWEEKDETROIT" I"' ,.

ntered m1fej.tomceat;; Starke,, t lda, 'awaken..... .the -industries"that and seuseless in .itselfJut; ; with, chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites" ; FREE PRESS
... as t8COmd-.eIass. mail matter. \!- and chronic..sore eyes. 25..ctn.per box. : BOTH ,
sleep.at your feet. As long as a magic in its touch that senda .PAPERS-ONE YEAR t "

ONE' DOLLAR.A YEAR.i the lash hangs above them, quickening' thrill down our Dr _Cadj Condition Powders, are .., -. ., FOR, ONLY $1.00.
'Tvhat horse needs when in bad
". t4 TEXAS R.. HODGES. smarting under its vigorous application spinal column and to:the:ends condition.just a Tonic, blood purifier and ,../Y.; .:- In THE troduC TWCfrA-WEEK oD.us DETROIT many FREE special PRESS articles need lit by)

.. .. ,. vermifuge. They are not food but RE*A.HDSECOHB-HAHO BUGSIB (f TERMS noted writers have given it a worid-widerepu-
:*" J' = theydare not heed of our, toe Dirty and ( la fchort. U is
rough tation. one of the cleanest.
:EDITOR :itND PROPRIETOR. medicine and the best in use to put a AND HARNESS. fOR SALL, t STRICTLY' ,CASH. brightest and pert publ hed. No
.es1 'r '' your Macedonian cry. it yet has, power to smooth horse in ;prime condition. Price 25 7"DRLJG ""' pains or will spared in keeping up i t
high standard.
'dents per package. :its present
.-' t. "Has : not the time ,arrived life's pathway; and, though a fa_ STO'R .- Remember that by "taking advantage of
A correspondent asks the Advertising Rates. .this combination.you. ret 52 copies of THB J f.
when self-interest, as well as <:dull and lusterless ,thing it FLORIDA WSKKLY ADVOCATE and lOt copiev. "
following question which we Our advertising rates will b., treasonable Of THE! FBEE PKESS.1M papers for only it,co. It
: an awakened sense. of public brightens every human Prospect as consistent with keeping up a good news- ." i i .
have no doubt a majority of V .
? shbuld .end. to bends rainbow paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to R 'A 500-PAGE BOO PEER : .
justice, put .an a: across ,
issue clean attractive .
our readers would be obliged to I. newspaper with only .
.T" this ,irrational warfare,, whichis the darkest sky, and''kindles. iuch a proportion of advertisements 'as will r THK FREE PRESS
answer in the negative: "Did Insure tha\'aU will be seen and read,and none Anneal Year Book and almanac for 1898. ;
only alive the mot. borealis the hori-
kept by an aurora on buried behind a mass of others. Rates will 1
it the
ever occur to thinking a CORRECT, CCKCISE, CCKFETL:
tIed ..of small placehunters zon despair.. It is and be uniform and will be made known on apple .
: army green cation. OVER
people of this country that 20,000. COPIES OF 189T
'. ? The of public of- only and with BOOK' WERE SOLD AT 25
canopy green, yet a ;
;. .' Florida arid Louisiana, having J. F. P. McMUERY, J. L. ''GASlINDEALER CENTS EACH. j
M fice 'keeps many a vagabond, small sized wad of it 'we can An accurate and superior Book of Reference 1
been the United
by, DEALER IN IN- that tells you alt you want to kcow. Then 1
.. from to the glorious paint whole town red. There will not be useless
exposure, a page in It. A Practical )
States from Spain and France, FANCY GROCERIES Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic Information -
sun of honest toil, and furnishes gentlemen, is definition, that DRUGS ANTIMEDIOlNES, on subjects Statistical Official I
and thus "bona
being fide"property : I HistortoalPolltIealandAdrtcnltarallikewta! to
him shade in'which. his defines. STARKE, FLA. a Book of Religious Fact and general Practical -
of the United States; -I KEEP- Directions on every-day 'affairs of Office, I

had no right to secede from the little, brain ,is. kept' busy.conjuring '- The Best and Freshest Stock.in Town. I I Phrslc :!ons'PrescripLioas Carefully Compounded Home copy and Farm.A of this. book, will be sent to an subscribing -
immediately and Heading 15; cents ad.
Union admitting that the bogies to frighten the TRY ME.- 0 at all hours,day or nighLi ditional for mailing expenses making SI. to
all. The book will be pUblished about Decem-
other states had?" people,that through neglect he i ber 25, 1897. Copies of the look will be sent
1 to all taking advantage of this
r otter as soon
,.."..... may. continue to. ':feed at the A. S. after above date as posblbie,
CHAVOUSSTARKE Do not delay but take advantage of this re- ,
public lunchcounter. .. markable hberal offer which we make:: for a
It is said that George "Washington :.' FLA., limited time only, by special arrangement
"Tn :.aay of honest thought with the publishers. Remember we send both 1
: ., lpije threw a silver dol papers a full year for $1.00. and you can Dave
a copy of the book by sending 15 cents additional
-. ., lar. across the Potomac rivers and courageous ..speech seems eStaple, and Fancy Groceries Address. \
That ...was skill, but the man to-have passed away. The cry, Starke. Fin

j t.. .. who throws a: dollar into the'exchequer "I am for the people," has Country Produce, Ftc. "
,: : .' ,_. i!
into the -JOB PRINTING-
swept many an ass '
When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a

evinces a better judgment than public councils,. while giants 1 Call. I will make'it to your advantage.

the father of his country, on who could think, and who did : Bring it to THE ADVOCATE offica i I it

the occasion* mentioned,. by think', and .had: the 'courage to .-Ii, E. W. DRIGGERS = WE CAN DO IT 7, I I

tell the people they were AS YOU WANT IT- t: .
; wrong,.
his to better
putting money a WHEN YOU WANT I ITWTRY: l\

... "use. AnTI'he will be 'reminded have gone down to oblivion., "
.. .... of that fact 104 times during The man who would rather -" Fifty Years Ago. US I r

.. the year for which his dollar hold an office than- be right, This It the way it was bound to look

who cannot think honestly or When grandfather bad his"picter t ok.- *)J =>STARKE FLA..<<- (F .
will bring him the paper. Tryit These were the shadows cast befpre ...J Th WorM
and be convinced. fears to think honestly lest he The coming' "of,Conjurer Daguerre -: I
And his art; like a ChilL a pinafore 'I
might not be on the winningside Some day to bloom to a goddess fair.
.. deformed Men certainly were not as black,,we know -*.1! Hake a Specialty Conieying Traveling Men to Points in the Country.-
is the .
The- offspringof : AUmilllIDl
principal paper manu As they pictured them .50 years ago.Aye.r's l
facturers the country have universal education and universal I 'I
formed themselves into a trust, I suffrage, and his knavish Sarsaparilla l!
-- ------ -- -
: with $5f O00,000() capital. Their instincts of his criminal imbecility -
JEIDl I@ i
? purpose is to monopolize' the began to make new men justas # -FOR.FIRSTOLA'SS J t
is the blight and curse the new pictures of men ,
._ business raise the price of I
began to be made. Thousandsof JOB
> pe.r 8,a ton and levy upon the .. of our country. people fronted the camera PRINTING v v

newspaper and book readers of "Our lawmakers shape all with skins made clean from ; BRING YOUR WOKK-TO THE OFFICE OF THE FOR 0 0

the land a tax of not less than ends for re-election. Our blotch and blemish, because ''',

$4,000,000 a j.car.-New York statute books are overflowing' they had purified -the blood FLORIDA ,SEMIWEEKLYADVOCATE.)/( .
World. with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. n'is f ,Will
with laws enacted to
petty as powerful now as then.
: Notwithstanding this ou'trng Its record proves it.. Others A..s-p' .
meet,, some passing whim, and d &.v-- '
; ; o.us attempt to levy blackmail vested interests shudder at the imita.te'the reth'edy;' theycan't '-AWE PRINT
the of imitate the record: Y Any
upon intelligence
thought of an approaching leg- :

the people of this country the islative session. 5O Years of Cureo. CARDS, (f TAGS'UHECS 't Qiiestioti

--------------- ,
"Freedom, of ,contract is so I LABELS, You mav
will continue. It is not often that physician TICKETS
to be pub- that a BLANKS, illa ati
far 'restricted in Georgia .s
.,;.'. lished at the low price of $1.00 recommends a patent medicine; ENVELOPES, CIRCUL \RS, GCOcl3Standard Ask !t.

.\ .per. year. an agreement to pay attorneys'fees when he does, you!, may know.that BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS,

for collecting borrowed i it, is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleveland NOTE HEADS, LETTER HEADS
Scores Georgia Laws. money is void. This stupidlaw Glasgow, Va., writes: '.J] ETC., ETC., ETC. r

Disgracing, our, civil code have, ,used Chamberlain's, Colic,
At Commercial Convention
a American
WE *
was aimed at the lawyers, but Cholera and Diarrhoea'Remedy in MENTION. THE IMPORTANT :
.r. held at Atlanta on the 10th, :
",- 'found mark the archer little my practice and it has proven to Skilled A nnua I. ''t
/ '
among? r numerous speakers l'
be excellent where
meant, as its only effect has an remedy, a
was lIon. S. G. :MqLendon, of Good ____ _
of medicine had -TO-
been to impair or destroy the thorough, course u .

Thomasville, Ga., who scored credit of ,the borrower. This failed with me. recommend: it J@ft21: r GENTS

the laws of the Empire State of law has driven millions of dollars to my patients every time for --GOOD WORK: Cresscs' -,.* ._, ; -
". '
.' the- South as follows: colic and diarrhoea." Many -..y' _;:,: -..,;. ..'." .. '.' ..
from State
our as our .
,. ,
*'Coming into the borders of other progressive physicians And ReadyJan. 1, 1898,
court records banks and
our .
the empire of Georgia, t'cursory recommend and use this remedy, On All News Stands.
"' our loan agents will, bear wit- because it always' Ink.
,, glance reveals the fact ;:cures and cures
sC $$ $ 1t F
quickly. Get a bottle and
ness. you
that here have need of
we more "Upon the housetops, and will have an; excellent. doctor'n ? $& WE HAVE ALL THESE. Sfefe: : : Larger, Better, More Complete .
i of that safety which is the best the house, for all bowel complaints,

with uplifted hand and.sten- both for children and adults. Than Ever.1ar71 .
rr invitation to capital. Cost, and We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
torian voice, we cry to it to For sale by J. L Gaskins. j .
:*' .'. xinpensation are the vena cava this offer it 60 -' I, Office in Postoffice Building. Call and See Us : f.osl vidtly sold Annual 1d-

;0 ... and the aorta of commerce. come 'vtY.Ve:; I have 3+'choice lots, right in j '- '- .... _.. ___ ....... ........".. .. ,_....... _.._ .'_", put Book and Political 1.fanualpubtis6td \ .
and,100 cent more interest .. _. ..._ ,
per -- -
the the heart of the --- -
They are life lines of successful city, that Ivil I ::1
t< "'it trade. .Whenever the and yet free capital passes us dispose of for :cash,''at a, very low THE WORLD, i.i

by. figure. For further CANDY, Pulitzer Building New York.. t,
_. line of compensation is above information, p .
"The prosperity manufacturer apply at this office. CATHARTIC I
the lino of cost, you have activity i

and prosperity; when- who takes,unlimited desire NoIS&' for Fifty Cents 1
Guaranteed tobaCco habit cure,makes wean EROVESh
for unlimited
: ever the difference between men strong- :>.blood. pure., boo t '11;All. druggists.,

'. therri' is wiped out, you have we need more money in this Mr. F. C. Helbig, ii prominent

stagnation; ;and whenever the country' and in ,the very face druggist of Lynchbury, says: CURE CONSTIPATION h

line of compensation is below of his assertion our banks are "One of our citizens was cured of !

the line of cost, you 'have fail reducing their capital because rheumatism_ of two years' stand 'JOe 'w.-

t\ ... they cannot find ,demand for iug, by one ,bottle of Chamberlain's 25cSOc. ALL .
ure."In their while millions Pain Balm. The linimentis tI1C' ? :J ..
obedience to a combination money, go _. _, ,. .. i.V ,
-- Al
I famous'for .... .F tlhh
of forces, extrinsic.and In- abroad. its. cures of'rheuma-' --- --- A Y
trinsicrntihvay; freight rates in 4'We need more safety from tism thousands: have been delighted -, YOU WRITE

the United States are the lowest the vagaries of'empiric states with ;the, prompt relief IF SO WRITE RIGHT.

which it affords. For sale by J.
.; 'in the world, >pjrigfh'eeighthsr.rH 11 r,nship., We need stronger L Gaskins.. .
and better and braver in ,.
: ; :. as much as those in force on men ..
'.. tnrfe Your Iintrejs Will CasrarcU. I:, ., .._"
thlr continent of -Eur pe, and our public places,_ high and Candy-Cathartte.cure" ; constipation forever 1
.. .
JOc.S5c If C,C.C.f3I1,d lXlst&rerl1D4 moueyx -' :
i. Jess than half those prevailing low., We need speedier collection -" [ AI .
To the Ladies.! -A iieat nod prt't-. TATELEEBCHILL
of debt
in England. In Georgia, 'a keene'r'senseot. .
visiting card is something. thatevery
r freight rates made by:law are :.the inviolability? '.of contract .: ; I '
.. .r lady youngerold, is proud : !
lower thatf in any other Southern and. less interference_. -and to poss ss. Now,-,uret have on hind: !

:'. State and among the very t threatened interference on the, a quanty'of the very !lest card? .k.ki i _

Z1 lowest on earth. Here we have f part of the, Government in and, the type' etc for turning' u; I .
as niceanddaintYa :cird a" j.
had fifty million dollars of invested private business affairs you. J TONIC
., can ge anywhere.Deanty : : :
' capital stretched : ;

upon What..._ is-a',Greenback?." : ; 1st'S'10tHl A.drp.aeon I i Bradford antI'SUI'
-ttte. 'bed of Procrustes forbears, -" .... ,blood neiuu a'gleansdtii.. No mn.Snigent stir JU3TAO GOOD FOR ADULTS.

'and tiFer't Bed ]has'Jiung the BLPetersburg-' :Sub-Peninsula.' : : beauty without it* t Candy Cathartic :1 I :rounding Counties for this Cele- WARRANTED.. PRICE BOfctS ,'.
The JSugtis lake 'Region clean you?;blood and keep if clean,..by .G.1U .1!. ; .-.;
*'svroid of Damocles in the stirring;:.op Ia2y*iiver and driring all,imi ,1 1 i. orated Typewriter. 'artt Me3lelaa: Ga.fit.l cr.3t.o. $-:! .tf"
open prints ,a symposium from a i pu.-ties: rowthe tiw t'O
Ji". threat- '-that. iif, interstate'rates number of papers defining what' .and bcs:that pirsplas ski IybilicMs., baas;complexion blotches,blackhead by taking, (Can't I'SeU Y01l0ne'? T. R. HODGES, '. fibOVi'8,-.erleJM+rrattbreegr ot 1'\5T.t:11 !care s.ticedythisyeary i.b3 In the Srug WHI buslneo its.lo.rex 81. h-r.. kao.

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greenback '
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J:. .{;ryan. rrai.g1i. !/dt.,1: i lit.; TEe' Peopleand. : : tLeStatesCitizen., '- parity, and to .disparage every 'FtoRIDfMft.T RS t'[ 1 obaceg Spit*itSmoke o tkX1!! *.\

,. ',,,"" : : 'c :! "'h r 1 .w Y in a n. ,"-<'1IJ/ij;. : :: ThkS1 H R.-R ,, quIt tobacco 'easUy and torerert be mat-
.i", ; y T; .toTsni act and to seek always for dis .. netlc.loll ct:life llene'and'vlg,.&nke'NTO-;
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p'.Uu'' : ; 10.1
n"'c :\' Dae the TCondcr-Wofleer
An ,.Allan Journal'vspeciaTfrom .. ......' 'c .. honor-in those -. ; jaabeveak men
holding public '
"r' '" ; Departure and Arriril of-Irate I strong,. All druggists,SOi or fl. Curepuaraa-
: WashingtbVsays' '. "- ii le caustic letter of, t e.Spa.'nish VZNT SAND' iCFICS'F i '. In* i :, '*""*r.i r.' .. tOM Booklet UhmplQ frt A,Wresatterllnj
:: positions and: tlierfore at the ... .
WEEK. : .Kemedy Ca( .... .or N W'ygd
,If three-column Minister has .again ,* TSTARKE. FLORIDA -su. T*
open of bitter
: tongue;
,. : mercy every ToCnr& Constipation i'orevfl1'.

on the;f[editorial 'page: of the'' established fact that; lapses is to make. qf oneSelf] afDog- Gat&ereft; from Ont State Eichanges.RAILROADS. Brinldey HO- 1 daily and tntermediatejxtints.leaves 7 a. m. for T14 LaCrosse*?triln' : If TateC4Scaret3KCiua C. C.C.fell to cdntqtrd'furw1\u."rtie. lOc Tn4'In orSc.Y'r

New: York Jourh?J!, signed )by occasionally; seeming doubt berry: and bseech' that, he 'be a connects with the G, S. 4TF;>at Sampson"Junc'tIon -----

-that ho.weverVe criticise fqrPaLuko. Macon and intermediate' rcO>l .!
one :of its leading editorial ; .. may. written ddwnj! an ass forever poinu. f'

writers, ..Arthur *McE. wen, is to 'the officials in power" ojthers Why not abandon such a NO- 3 Satur ays and Sundays only. Leaves: 'f 3MSCALLI&1

be taken as an indication a *of thepaper's may hot*."dot' souanyinore 2' than rigt? F. C & P. SHORT LINEN 5:30 p.points m. for connecting LaCrtwse.at Brinkly Sampson and intermediate Junction. : AZAI.

a man would allow a. neighborto for Palatka..Macon and intermediate points.
policy William iGsv i
NO 5- second class. Leaves Stiirkc 4:03 II
his a.m-
Jennings Bryan has lest bis wHip wife. It.is a queer In the Mayor's; Court. RTH' EAST WEST for LaCrosse.. Brinkley and Intermediate -

only supporter- in the East. idea, but doubtless charac Henry Barnes, charg d with being points. This train is dally except Su da.. "THE STYLISH PATTERN." Arf i
HO 2. arrives at Starke 12:1/ p. m.daily. tfctlc. Fashionable. Original. Perfect-
Half of the editorial page is teristic.. For some years. he drunk and fighting, arrested DEPARTURES. .AND ARRIVALS, OF TRAIN NO4. arrives at Starke at 9xJ: p.m. Satur. T Fitting. Prices 10 ana 15 cents. r

to ? who speaks respectufully of by Marshal Bennett ; .fined $4.00. days and Sundays only. None higher. None better at any price. ,
given up to this letter, which is STARKE NO. 6. second class arrives at Starke 5:30: p. J* Some reliable merchant sells tnexn In .

.II! 4-a fearful arraignment of the those ia: power has been calleda and costs. FLA. m. Daily except Sunday. 7 nearly every city cr town Ask for T

'..... : : time-server NO-10.daily- leaves 2.18 p. m.. .for all GEO. TOMPSETT. Gen.Supt. IIi them,or they can be fead by mail from
great apostle of silver. It is and the most Billy Roberts, charged with being .- points North d We t.r connecUng at Jacksonville Starke' Fla us in either New York o? Chicago.

violent and_ vulgar 'and falsl drunk and disorderly arrested with through sleeper for New York. .ARTHUR MEI S.Gen.Mgr.Jacksonville. J Stamps: taken. Latest Fashion Shed -
the political sensation here today Fla.JBuckloii's : I sent of
Cincinnati and all intermediate po its. upon receipt one.cent to pay t

as the letter is believed to abuse is accepted as the best by Marshal Bennett); fined $3.00 NO. 14, leaves,. 5:12 a.. m.. daily for same .1 postage -- ..rI -'*'. .. '. _

I of' and C sts. points named above/carrylnz: through sleeper -
proof disinterested
r foreshadow a. change "policy. Tampa intermediate. points to New York.: Arnica Salve. I

but a foreigner must beware connecting at Jacksonville with trains
Here are some of the average A man once;': saved- his life by. Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga and__ all points from The Best Salve in the world fo M5C4LtS."t

expressions used : i as Senor De Lome has.learned. not' paying for his;! newspaper.He nort1i!and west, also with' train for west Cuts, Bruises: ,. Sores, Ulcers, Sal} t

Florida, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans Tex
"As a Bryan Democrat, I' was :going; home and, being as. Mexico and California! points. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Brightest ladles' magazine published. ?

On this point the Chicago NO. 13 leaves 11:59 m. with connection Hands Corns ,i Invaluable for the home. Fashions of
p. Chilblains
have am
to confess that I grow, | caught in a violent: rainstorm, from all points and divisions. Through i the day Home Literature, Household L

weary of -Mr.- Bryan- and- this- Record says : \ he. crawled into a' hollow log from'New York. sleeper all Skin'.Eruption*, and.positive!} 7'Hints, Fancy Work Current Topics 7
Fk'oall for only 50 cents Includiriga A
"The American NO. 9 leave 10:53a.m.!! with through sleep :urea Piles or no reqni ed.. LIB ; a year,
people ey- pay
is important, because I find for. protecion. The rain con- connections. from all points north west and free pattern,your own selec- 2.
ercise the right to criticise *i- all points' in the state. guaranteed to give perfect sat Z.lion any time. Send two2 ,
myself in a constantly increasing tinned and the log swelled so for sample co 'y. Address
For tbe best map of the slate isfactiou funded. Price
denounce condemn and crucify sleeper or or money,le
company. With1 these that he was unable to get out. other,inlormatiou call on or write to : THE McCALL COMPANY,\ : .

other Bryan Democrats I am if they .see fit; the' chief All at once he remembered; : that D. GREEN Agent 25centper'obx.For \ 142.J4.6'West. .J4th Street New York. A

officers of the Starke Fla. sale at J. L.Gasin'Dru *'. 189 Fifth & bue "'
Goverment. But (., Qiicago.I _
N, S.
Pennlngton T. M. '
coming to believe that he is he had not paid for hiS" local \\o< "" J&

this is a right belonging to A. (X MacDoneQ.. G. P. A. Sfnre. t: .411 .
I not large enough'to be the paper for nearly two years, and Jacksonville. Fla.

leader of the cause which is themselves in which no .representative the thought made him feel so RAILROAIS.F'ASfflONABLEDRESSMAKING.

1 known his. of a foreign GAINESVILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO. ,
by name He is mean and small that he had no ., .
showing narrowness, or irrational Government can share. They trouble in getting out of the log. -, TIME CARD NO.25.

will not 'permit "anybody but In effect on and after Nov.7. tit .
obstinacy, either of ,
themselves abuse their To Our Customers. No; 1.; No. 3. Ko.S:; No. 4
which would be detrimental to to, executive Daily ex.Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. LUly. :::3'X

his ambition and mujst be hurtful their institutions, or Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Lv.Sunday.am.! 'Lv. pm.- Ar.Sunday.rm. Ar. pm. Mesdames &

to the immediate their national practices.?' is tho best cough syrup: we have 727 720 310f..MinnieHill..l058 t..Go.inesTille..llW 653 7CO Tompsett Tennant.r.r.

prospectsof Truly we' exercise the right ever used ourselves or in our 730 31St.Cannon'sx1ng.,1O53 6 JO LATEST PARISIAN FASHIONS.
the movement he repre'sent 735 32Ot..Rocky'Po1nt..tO5O 045 STOng,
families. \V. H. King Isaac P. 750 3351.: ... Wacahoota 1040 CoO( '
but; is it not one we might re 800 8 5 t...Flewellens .... 1030 050 '
"The persistency with which King and many otheis in this vicinity 805 350t......Clyatt'8-v,:. 1023 615 STARKE FLORIIA.FLORIDACENTRALPENII1SIILAR.
pudiate to our advantage? We 810 355 ....Klrkwood.... 1010 610 ,- ...
]he cliugs to 1C to 1, as if that have also pronounced it 815 400t.,,.. Elrnore...... 1005 605
lament the absence of 817 4051....Tacoma.....1000 600
were-not.only the solitary tenet great the best. All we want is for people l 820 4 10f.... Taylor's...... 955 555
825 .... RIlL
men from our national counciis 415t..MIcanopy 950 550 .
in the Democratic creed, but ; to try it and they will be convinced. 835 : 425 f..TuscawUla.... 940 543
837 4 30 t.Lake Simonton. 935 540
the axis of the do we,not drive them from our Upon honor there is 842 '435 t.... Hickman..... 930 535
revolving cosmos no 847 440t..Southside.... 925 530 Haw Florida and Z rthern( Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
service? No pickpocket could better that have 852 445 t..Dungarvan .:.. gOO 525
betrays either Mr. Bi'yan'sincapaci.ty we ever tried, and 902 500t. ......Irvine...... 910 5:5 TDIE TA LE-IN EFFECT. JAN. 23, 1898. .
to have been more bitterly denounced we have used ,many kinds.-R. A. .... .... ."..Fort Drane.... .... ..., "
comprehend Ar.am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm 33* 40 31
-than George Washington BLAKE & SON General ,Merchants t.-telegraph stations Dally 3t Daily } NOKTaiRS: POINTS. DailyzBua! 35.: Daily 37 33
Bryanism or dogged disposition f.-flag stations.. x Sun Dally i SUB Daily I jcSuu Dally,_ Daily.
and Tomas Jefferson Tunnel Va. J J. F. BUNCH Gen.Pass. Agent.
Big ; Sold L.
that refuses. to acknowl by V.J. :HERLONQ Gen. Man. 12 10P 400p 8. ; ...... 00pLv..Jackonvi11e. ..Ar849pLv. 110?1 g 3. ..... 925p835p 8 5a8lOa.......
should we"not fear that Gaskms. ..... ** 4SPj.......v i'ia........ .. .. ...Yulee.... .,.Ar. <..* 83-ta...... : ......
edge what is presented to his we ,are :.....5VP.o.: ... 930:*...... 9t:>p'Ar.i'ernaudina... Lv..... HOOt!. .... 750p!\ 73<)a .... .
210p 640p! .102a.ioiip.. ;! l ,..Kverett.... .Ar.UWa2U 6 Ma54ia: .""".645p540p 6303....._..
preparing for the ,humiliationof '315P,750p1..I..t..t.! : .. I.. .....runswlck..Lv. ... .... ...... .......
eyes and those of every other County Commissioner W. E. For JOB WORK Try ns 341'p' 855p.?:.!12 Hn ...... i:4: .. ..:...SaTanna1I..... .. o 6 43p: ( 4 Ida ...... J;
our children when .we also 357pi;...... 5 OOp 12 18p .........12: 20aLv......Savannah..Ar.. ; ........... ...
intelligent man in the country, Allen sent, l last week, to the .... 833p 202p24ip ...... 2 OSajAr250i .....Fairfax. S. C....Lv.. ....... .S0( : ...... ....
are bitter and abusive to ,thosein' WE CAN DO IT RIGHT. .... 10(OOp) ....... ..,Denmark. C... .... 2 25........ ....
F' whether for ,or against the Ocala House' two turkey ::.that '"' ,- .....J..h.: ......935 .....1041a. .. ....Auguita.G3.... .. ...f... .............
official position? ...I".:- 1 3 ..... 410p....... 4 4 '\ ...Columbia.S. C... i ,...... .....
- Chicago platform of the new weighed forty :pounds each and ; ...... ................. .".i .11 25a .. Spartanburtr S. C., .. .1 ::>> .............
Mississippi\ did. not repudiate .. ...... ............. .... 14p ," .Ashevllle. N.C... .'w. ...2 10..4.. .....: ..
Democracy. for'which he received $8. They ASK !1 38p..8. 15a .". ...Cnarlotte.N. C.,.. 4 ( t1W SSa.: ......... .
Lamar for daring to follow his 12 4'a..9. .i..r..9 47 ..Sr.lisbur.1.N.C... .". 247aIXia 8 .. ...... ....
: "And why 16 to 1 or 'death ? were raised by Mr. Allen 2 ............. '12 lOp .GrcensbOro.N.C.. 7 ........ ......
;EOR 318u .... .....1200 30p ....Danville 12 2Ua: 9 ...... ....41
conscience rather than her ...... .'..... .. .. 60la!....... ..t 25p .. ;..Richmond. Va.. ... .. ...l ..7 ......
What decree of heaven has Mr. Gaitskill .. ''h.
neighber, ; and 4 .. ... ..... 340p .Lynchbarir. Va... .. 1036 4 40a ............
orders, and Georgia never lost TICKETS 6 3a: ''...... .5 30p ".. Charlottesville .. 85.>p .. 55&.. .... .
given that ratio a sacredness yet Eph Carney, chairman of 9 [ 25p _Washington. 600? 4331... ... ..
confidence in Ben Hill, thoughthe 11 59a..i. 42a..9... ..... 25p to .Baltimore..Philadelpola.\ ..-.. 5 OOp23flp 22i..1. 20 ..... _
beyond'all other possible ratios? the board of county commissioners ; .. ..... 25 a .... .... .... .. .G5c'J .... ...
Courier-Journal : II 3 .. 43p ......1. .G 23a .....New York.... ". 12 10p,12 301:J .... .
"There 'are hundreds of says said a man couldn't IiJ 11 OOp :__.__.. gQQpl/.. ... .. 3 QQp .-.Boston_.... 1200n50UpJ.900ai.| ..... .
"If Ben. Hill alive today ,
were os. ,SOUTH ASI> WEST NOS.I NoiL;
thousands. as good bimetallists make a living in Marion coun CINC1NN-ATI-J ACKSON VILLI440p 8413 No.D. 9 FLOllIDA AXO NEW 7 A Hoi, 10
he would be driven to 1.r .
as Mr. Bryan himself, who object -: ty. Mr. Allen says there are Chattanoogao Macon. Atlanta Claclanatl Doily-.'-i- ORI. NS. Dally- -Dully-

private life along with that C't4) Chicago, B ; ... ..t 8 OOa Lv... 'e.rnl.nt1lna..Ar: ...... 5 20k,
to 10 to 1. They believein other forty-pound turkeys in Toledo. Detroit, ..... 9 116 Lv.... l/'allahan; ... Osp
o 0 .... .
Cleveland. Louisville P
other G. Turner. J acksanville 9-1OpI92jaLv. So
honest money bimetallic giant, Henry the McIntosh district.-Ocala .Z Z and St. Louis.; 10 35p, 9 55a Ar... .. ISiilflwin ....Ar..4. lot.p.
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Is[ this true? In answer the _ _ 11591O58% Starke. $,.
the of the constitution Star. 8l aldOO| .... act-son e..Ar..tl ;; 3 Pi 1233a1I.ia, -. Waldo. :: :. Iftjp2S '
money, money l029a.l0i4pAr..Everett..Lv-; 630p .. .. ..112.Up: -....Gainesville..CedarKey. .- .. ..
... but. also believe Macon\ Telegraph declares : 300a .' .....Macon .d.. 1 lOa! 830u.030P -. .. ..." ... ... .9 OOa.10Cp.
they 745p 520a ......Atlanta.. ..Ar. tO 5p 5 al 1 2Da:) 13 13 "...Hawthorne. ." 346a >
"Alas, how true But in Special Notice. AND ...... 530aLVAtlanta.! .... .. 04Tp' iO' 2(H.11tOp, .. Citra......," ZOla It40p
/ that the question of ratio is a: .....950. .Chattanooga... 615I-IOOOpl( .. I U:!* '*..SilverSprlngi.: ." ...12 02k,
the terriblfe] scramble for office The office of ,be FLORIDA SEMIt ......7':ott ', ...Cincinnati.... .. 'C30a) 830a 255a;j I 33p..Ocata: .. .." 205aI25uai0.'I I 4;
detail that may well be left, to THE -'z. 4 lOa! 22Sp. ."....Wlidwood...." .".:;
there is for the few ASHEVILLE KODTE. I 531aj; 25XJ. ... Leesburjf..." 1132p,1Olc ,.
no room
,; Congress to debate, to experiment. WEEKLY ADVOCATED now equippedfor Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cin 6 IVn 3 24p .".....Tavares.......*. 10 OPf !9Sua
of the The it Cincinnati and Chlcazo.h 9 Wa 4 50 ,..Orlando .... 8 8:3U:
that great men country. job printing as *343p, 5 lip ". Winter Park." ... .
They only deny OOptniuv...,I aconYue....;.. ,. 403-
little fellows are on top." l lias' never been Before. We have JITI&KIWI 1_ 13, mLv.: ........ ,avaunau........AJ91011m.ArLv! 500am, 533.500a3I4p.:! "-...Catherine.. .....". I US7p ioo. ::a1109p
16 to 1 in principle and assert 4 amlAr .....Columbia ..... 12 47amj .. 947iv
& .. .
But it; is not from competition added4o its equipment in this department ll.25amAr.|: ...,.. Spar tan bur?........Lv 5 3>pml 1 I 5 7 53.OOa*,! 3 4 4Sp 37p "....PlantCity..Dade Ci\y.h.." 104Jp![ 93U921p 842-*

that it is merely an opinion ofa 45pmAr..Hendersouville..Lv.. 3 8 lua' 5 2 that would relieve new presses, new type, 145pmlAr.... AshviUe ... ... ..Lv 2 OOpm'l -_.
thing of policy. we our 352pmJAr! ...Hot Springs.-. .. .L ii No.VEMTERN DIVISION NO. 1
men-in the battle the aucLa line of stationary suitable The 7:! pm Ar..Knoxville..L: 825am Dally Dally AND NEW OKLEAS3. DailyLv. :

"The nomination in 1900 is great to any kind of work. We can 740araAr 4 mAr..Lexington..LvIOt! .. ..Cincinnati.. ....-Lv 15pm73i>pi900um 111/ 515p, 9.,-a .. Jaek' O<1vl11e.. Ar,-752pl 1-.... .

1 ;oldiis refined, and the ability Jacksonville Ii 3t.1"m Ly.-........Cinciunati ... .,.. 600pm I050pit25a1335pfl2I3p! Ar..LakeCity..Lv. !! 55H"f.Live ,......
being sought by Mr. Bryan ;: print anything required, nnd guar- 545pinAr,.........Chicago...........Lv000pmAr. .t9.; -. Oai....." i 151.PI.
shown. Really great men, BigFour, 230pl} l.4p40a to.. ..lIclad'".")n. "-\H.\: 1::: ::: .
sought industriously in the antee to turn out work that will Tampa and ._. .....Cincinnati..... .....ArLr 6.pm 4 2 35pC0a "....Monticello.: ..." 3 OOp;'...."
however, are driven from the o.Oam1L..v., ... ...... ...... ... [ 3 30p ."...TaHahaasee.: : .'. 213pj......
.Chicago. 830u.tfOOamlLv.
ways made familiar by the men please the most f eidious"and: Key West t Monon 3 8 25a[ 4 :30pV ..... Quincy ... t I9p.. .....
the abuse of Route. p 1 4Da! 5 15p *.River June don.** 12 40t ......
public service by .... ..... ; ..
Cincinnati: .Art 600pm! ".. .
who lambi- critical of, Don't send Peosacola. 1303 ......
of all parties are' and the lack of. patrons. Railway .......... .. ........ :' ......Mobile... .. ,12205ST. .......
lions to be presi ident. I the small elsewhere for ypur work, but giveus I Penn!!$IvaDia. j ..hoop "..New 0 r I ean'4 .." 74.pI.... ..

shown by those A North- KANSAS CITY. JACKSON VILLZ,
"Mr. Bryan is revealing him; appreciation an opportunity to show you Through Car LIne. LOUIS LOUISVILLE. JACKSON

r they seek to serve. what: we can give yu in quality and _' :No. 3d I No. I VILLE. THROUGH SLEEPEK.gLOpoiiLv. .
self as a politician > :J ... .. .. ..Jacksonville....... 5.1am110am
Trfte merit is only modestly and pri es. South LineThrough 800p I LY..Jack.. lOl1vUle..Ar. ).') OUpmAr.300am' ..........Everett..... ..Lv 8 am
"The man ,who is. of the 10 l4p1n ..........Iverett.!: .........Lv. 830am ,* .. .. ...Macon... .. ... I
distrustful of itself, but' it r: 5:10am: ... .......;..AtJanta....... ._ ".. 1055pm -20ain .... ...Atlanta.Chattanooga.. ...... 05.1pm1J45 ;
opinion that a demand for free If not already a to : ......1rmlJ1ghlim. .. 4 l.Spm 0:SCpao .... .... .. t.16 10pm
shrinks' from contact with the V30pm1: ..........Memphl. ..... 30am ........Lexington... .... ."10 Mam
of silver at the ratio of this paperycu should become one 't h.;%: > "- )00o4Jnl 'o. .......SprlnJd1ed........ .... 61Spm 73)pm 5OOP5": ......Louisville........ 74.Sa .
p coinage loud the unclean and the 535 ni ........Knsa"CIty. ..... 1040am 7 I2araj .........St. Louis.. .... .. ..J915I1.m
at once.
1C to 1 is the .best, the only HEiAET This train will cosameass' rnantnj: .Wednesday.January 19th. -
false. To this ordeal we con. .:
: "d 4 ,
way in which this challenge What it'Means.: SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
demnit when we ask it to serveus Nos. :31 and 32. NEW YORK and FLORIDA LIMITED!: VESTIBULE between Naw York:
can be given, and t .at'Do citizen of Jacksonville; and St Auxuatiae.:
'we advertise that will
with .. and, therefore, we complain When : we Nos. :35 and 3d Fast Malt Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clnclna .

who does not agree of its abuse, and loss by its guarantee Dr. King's New Discovery -.. ) a Nos.Sleeper 37 anl via 33 AshevUie.carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York la connection
., ,shim can be allowed to.t fight on FL RTDA.I with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers beurcenJacl.tloOI1YllieuJd' Tampa.
E lectric Bitters Bucklefi's"
I ,' [ f#
. 4' refusal to lower' itself to the No.39 carries the Cincinnati and honda Limited with the Tampa,Cincinnati St.Louis and
)his side may admirable for Arnica Salve New I. Kansas. City Sleepers. These are brought Jacksonville by No 33.
standard we would .set. or Dr'lKhig's Nos. t and 2 carry the J acksonvUle and New Orleans Sleeper.

.;his earnestness, but he1 is notAto The foreign nation that in- Lifo Pills, it meaul that we are Write the General Passenger Monday tDalli Sunday except SundayDally and Monday only.except;Connectioa Saturday* at and Tampa Sunday.for Tbls St. Petersburg.train does Manatee not run

on the size authorized :the to ,Agent for informallou. Kiver and Key West and Havana steamers. Steamer Manatee*, for all point 03 Manate
4 congratulated: by proprietors
>e .
river. At for Lacrosse. At Waldo steamer tor Melrwse. Connects at Tatlaeasset
of his head.: Mr. sults; or injures a representativeof : sell these remedies on positive' W, B., COP!!, Gen'I..Supt. for Carrabelte. St.Marks, and AQalacbacoIa.: Connects at RlYer Junertoa for Cnatialooche
or shape River steamers. Connects Ocala for Humosas Connects at Fernajdloa for Cumber
the United States must brave "GD.ACKERLYGenfIPass.lgt; land Route Steamer to the Island Brunswick.
.Bryan' may, if he chooses, guarantee, that jif purchaser not I All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
the wrath: of every citizen of satisfied with results will refund JACKSONVILLE. I otlce.2O'l Hogan Street aa,well as at the Union Depot ticket office.
stick like an'oyster to the rock we 11. W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. f;. :ARSHALL,
this country. This is as it the These ,. Ticket Agent. 202 Wet St.
of '1C to 1 ,but the .stream of purchase price. Bay corner hogan, Jai-ksonville, Kla.

.' should be, )but why'is it necessary medicin -havej been sold on this 50 YEARS' WALTER. COLEMAN, General Traveling; Agent, Jackswnville.!
.. Jthe Democracy will not A. O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Tasa. Agent.
: :7 new
.. :_ : : and EXPERIENCE
for ounce: for and
us tq..de guarantee i{ many1 years -
..'_'\ abe "stationary for his sake, norif . .
caricature be lusiveevidence'
vilify and bitterly there could no more con ,

i .' : : or any man's." 'Ask THE POMONA NURSERIES ;
those same, represenfaives? ...of sheir great merit.
\ -
freedom about them and give them a t.riatSold _ 1898 .
.: : ." The'assessed valnation! real: l Poes. such workTrorec "- ""I-- o LOGUE ron f

patriotism or
._. ;:tl..d personal: propertyjiih/tEe? ; or : TRADE MARKS _ ;
aif official : Wrong? DtsIGNSCOPYRIGHTS -p writes .. tot1ow9 .
Has gone I party or our 1871 cis*
United States forl8SO"wasS25. ,* NOTICE. '. Ac. i I _ leOn .' "Villyou !r<;es od m U >p7o(7.ar f
I Anysn a sketch and ..f: & ....... .
State his offense: j witha ieat2thg flescrlptJoa may !( t < Xurttrj 'I bad a copy tmt *
againsth$17, judicially 'TOTCE'sber4bTen' -qatekJy os eertatn onr plnton free whether aainventloa _4c aft : d
4; 473 173.11t as that the firm ot oaa it. Lfi*4 to tnny latcrutiBf f
' Conmnnlra.ticca _ _ _
v t. < tbi citaion/of the. testimony, I .iN TUUBY STERNBUIW L CO., of Sttrfce.. nrtctlycoBOdentlai.is probably patentable.handbook on Patent _ d&t:. tli-.p in It Bat.I do not wUh to be wifkavt. *
for 1880. Qf Florida said! firm of J. S, (J Cipy. i
139,003,495) connoted MTniby. ent f r* Oldest agency tor aecnrh*patent _ _
.* and .wait for his answer.. To i I J: .Sternburg and"K trmg. has bet tl U day jpatenu taken through Hum Co. receive t (.I j Our new '189! Catalogue will con U In nit Uit t
tmonnt.'FlorI credited; with dissoived; by. mutuaL consent: J. M..'I'robJ' tptrialiutlce wltboct rze. la tha o # A'fJ {cod feat ores of the t97nUl.J'lC bes1des..aT .
,'" 'all to' with'! and S. JSLeruburgretlzing from the flna g; v-i ntw one Pitllr Dl."t1'aJto tri-h "'alrY.ew t
t $91,701,711: for 1890 as against charge oposed us The bcilness or t1t firm of Truby Stern- :Scientific American.Ahand .4.l'botoznPhic-View. We 'offer'a Suit ))ae ef 7
burg& Co. -tilbe continued by E. Stroig.nd __ __ .V Frail and OrnaineuUlTre and&UQ<,adapted
S3oosSo9for th&. year 1880? corruption, to question themotive all obliiratiODS due to.or owta?by wJd BrmwiJl.: : trat dwear_ Terma.Irce W clrcaUtlon toS.aUienip1attug. Caa1oue1'rer.-A44 fNiwsit t
of acientule Journal. I
settled J. Mi TRUBY any
bt1.1m.- months, L Sou braD 1ie1l'a4eaJerL '
1. ; all outside the narrow! year four f < THE GRIFFING BROS *-
.. fi
AD'.C C.\TE gad Mast Pr.fU.
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NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS "PERSONAL,-NOTES.' _. Mrs., Capt t: .Barrio.i ;of Lawtey, ;I'. "''' r.... ": ., \ .i -' "r -"" <{" "' '.- "': 41
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wag sbopplng.in Starke.Tuesday. ': "' -
: Capt. Burrin., of Lawley, was In; 4 .. '" : ,i' : .S'F' E" C'I"fA.L" .. .
.. town : ,.
Wednesday. Mr.F. R. Morgan: spent, Tuesday. at l _. > ." 5'b. ,
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GATHERED CITYANDNEIGHEORHOOD. Lake Butler, .. .e"L, .... .... .
Rev. Alford, of Maxville, ,was In ":-.,. -./.. ;;{ .
I ,. .. .. r.- .,tJ .... '", ';'. ._ .
.. this,citySnnday.: Mr. E. H. Gaskin ',. IF;; -. ..
r4, visited;Jaekson- I Jf ... ',. : .', .
ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT PECULIAR, Mr. Bufu Jordan,of Lake City, was yule Tuesday. 1i"' ,

Weather Forecast.. in town ''ThurSday. Mr. Wm. Brooks departed', for, 'Jacksonville R E'D .U G .TgI 0 N :. 1 S': A. V r TI-f EO' '. ',. -.

Cloudy Friday., Cool and:t ,in Mr.this E.city-W.Thursday.Long,of Hiddleburg,wa_ '" Capt. Tuesday.Edwards, Lawtey, was in r ... '

fair Saturday. Col. W. T. Weeks l la spending a few the city Tuesday.Mr. .... ",, ..{J.r l'r' ,. .. -' .:
lays in Lake Butler; > 'V'D- .
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.Fred Fisher;'of Lawtey, was in 1 P":.. .... Mr. J. G. Jacksonville O '' '-<0' .." '- _... .. ,::..,,: .. .- ...
Don't miss the entertainment Gosgins, the city Sunday. .t'f: ;; .. :' 1: ... .; ; '", "
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the '
waa in city Monday'( .
the Opera House to-night. Col. L. Rhodes, of Lake.,Butter, 1>:' _.
Mr. P. L. Starbird, of LaKe Butler, was In the city Tuesday.Mr. .
at work ceiling '
Carpenters are was in the city Tuesday.
of the I M. O. Geuger, of Lawtey, was RESS'GOOIS
the waiting room depot. :S LADIES' D ,$ '
Dr. A. L. Scott made a professionalvitit in our midst Tuesday. #
.. Mr. S.B. Demark has moved into to Hampton iae.day. '
Mr W. D.,Wolfenden,of Sampson ..
the Tyson house on Call street. Col. Futch made a professionalvisit in Starke :
City, was Sunday. .
to Jacksonville Tuesday. .
The attendance at the different Mr. B.F.Craig has returned from a .i
M rl1. Llddt'n,ot Ocala, is visiting her visit to bin mother, in South Florida r.Q. :EX'r J
churches Sunday was unusually I I: :-- J
? ton: 21.,A. Liddon, of this city. .
: I Mr. G. P. Jones. of New,River, was,
large.Mr. Capt: Tom paett and R. A. Turner!! among the visitors to Starke Thurs-
Ost is considered the left, Thursday for the Gulf coast.

champion Lawn Tennis player of C A. A. V. Long made a professionalvisit day.Rev.. P.\W. Cur was shaking hand+ ?

Starke.Mr. to Jacksonville, Wednesday. with his many friends:in the city ,9NBA FEB'y 21ST

Joseph Eckert is going to We regret very much to chronicle Tuesday. .

have his store calsomiued':':,jpd the serious illness of Mr. N. D. Hoga- Mr. A. J. Moore, a popular young .

painted. mau.Mr. man from Melrose, was, in the city
E. V. Fogg, an exi-member of Thursday.Mr. ;' .
Winter Park will have a big the shoot board, the \. ): ., .. -
u city
WU8. T. J. ... ,
DUlaberry, Middleburg's .
..... ..
horticultural fair, Feb.,,23d, 24th Monday. I. ,
'- "" prominent merchant, was in the city I :_ ,. ... ,,:
4 and 25th. t. *Rfepfflr.. Ferman Williams, Alachua'a Thursday.Mr. j-o A ; 1 .1
mofthant prince, was on our streets T -
We heard that there was a ,Chas. Eddy, a prominent bus- I '

wedding cake baked in Starke Tuesday.r.,-...-.*. '-_= iness man Waldo, was 'in- the city I << Former Reduced.

Saturday. %' Messrs. M. C. and J. W. Lane: of Thursday.Mr. ; i .... ,a"P'P....ce. "P'P s ....ce.

The S. L. I. A. will give an Saturday.Mrs.Middleburg'- were' visitors to Starke; River'. Bonham prominent Johns.citizens, one,, was of In New the 1 Piece Novelty" Dress ,Goods,..54 in. "'$iOO: 63c.

entertainment' at* the Opera housetonight. I.. D. Wall and daughter, city'Wednesday.Mr. 1 << ;;, ii it a 1.00, 53...' .

l .. Mrb. Husband, left for Melrose Jerry Moore, a prosperous far- 1 "j, Blue Serge, 56" 1.35, 75 ,- :
Thursday. mer from Theressa, was trading in
Mr.\ AV. W. Baisden has ac-
.* cepted a position with C. :M. Mr. T. M. Williams, HiinptouV Starke Thursday.Mr. ,,1 "i;: Black Serge, 56." 1.35; 75'

Sparkman & Co. )leading meuhant, was' in the city'. O.merchants G.Husband,one of" Mai rose's 1"f' Fancy Dress Goods., 48" .75, 40 ,
visiting in
Wednesday. popular was Y ; '
The young people pass many a Miss Hellen Richard and Miss Starke,Thursday: 1 \ Silk & Wool Novelty. ':" .. '

happy hour Sunday evenings on Boston attended a dance at Waldo We are clad to state that Mrs. Den. !, Goods, 38 1.25:.; ," I" :'' 75 .! .
the benches in the park. Monday eve. I mark, who has been very ill for the .
past: few werka, is rapldly'recovering.,: ': 1 "I Jamestown 'Fancy, : : .<: ,
'!fr: Lee Hoffman and family Rev. F. B. Holuman t 'aninteresting .. "
36 25
will,move into the*Hillary cottage sermon at the Episcopal Foot Ball Game. I Worsteds, '

in Thomasville this week. ,church Sunday. 2 u 1" 3S .50, 30
The high school foot ball team .
:Mr. Silas Kite has moved from Mr. R. A. Turner, one of,La Cross' and the Rushers of this city: will 1 "u, -. Black & White Stripe,36 .65, 25 ;

storm cottage No. '1., in Thomas- Wednesday.prominent business men, was in the play a, match. game of foot-ball at 2' Fancy Cashmere, ,36 :. ..6080, :.

ville, to hiB'place near Temple'sMill. the base ball grounds Saturday "" .. ';
Mr. and Mr*. Llpford, of Greeu afternoon. The game will corn l' Fancy Brilliantine. 38 .60, '30 ..
Cove Springs, were visiting relatives 3 I "
tft I mence at 2.o'clock. Everybody is AUWoolNoveltyvGoods
A good rain refreshed this section In Starke Sunday.' ,. .

to.day. Now if, it does not Co!.. Gronto, of;, Lake Butler wa invited to'attend.G. -' .. ; t 32 .35, 20 '

freeze again, look out for straw- attending to professional bueiaes! in 1Two: Tone Dress Goods 38 .65 35Flve'
this city Tuesday. I S. Jk F. Depot at Sampeou. : ,

., ', berries.Mr. E. Strong is enclosing part Hon. '1'. P. Chair, of Old Town, i i- II I: -c: City Burned. ,c'< ? 8-yd Patterns Novelty -

.. of the platform next to his store spending; a few days:: with Capt. Bur- : Wednesday night about 12 Dress Goods 36 ," $3.00 per pat. 1.75Four' _
roughs of this city. o'clock the G. S. & FHepoJ; at .
for the purpose'' of packing strawberries : "
Black Brocade 36 3.50' 200
fire and
Mr. Xewton.Andrews who is working Sampson .City caught ,
In Jacksonville: spent' Thursdaywith I' burned: to the ground. As yet. the 1 Piece Black Cashmere, 32, .25 .10 : .

Mr. E. II. Mulder has been kept relatives in :Starke.:) orgin of the fire ja unknown. The ". ;. ,' '

0 busy for the last few wet+k8 instructing Miss Pearl Cook,oDe'of Hampton'smost depot was valued at about, $600.Cutting'Affray : -
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who r'
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those are growing ladies ;
charming was
young Near Lavrtey. j :.: : .'.... ..' -, .' ;: .. ,..:,;. .:,," ;1:
SUrke .
-.4 tobacco. shopping in Tuesday.Mr. Dta; -.EEE: : :.... t ', .l''," .." _.:,c__
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Last about o'clock '
Monday : : .. l
.0' Chas. McCloud was before .
Chas. Arnow, the obliging representative '. '
Justice Gardiner Tuesday on a of Kelly Bros., of Fernan- John Allen and James Jones, .: ..' ". ...' .. ." .. .' .;. / ,
charge of gambling. He was'fined dina, was in Starke Tuesday.Mr. (colored,) became involved in a t

$5.00 and costs. and Mr*. .\. L. von Kirn. Mrs. dispute at a turpentine camp near : YOU '.
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N. W. Haekett, Mrs. M. L.Johns? and Lawtey in which James Jones received I I :

There were eight crates of Mrs, T. A. Knight visited friends at an ugly cut in the arm. It ,
strawberries shipped from this J.awtey'Vednesdny. seems that the men were out at

place Wednesday. This certainly Mr. ,R. F. Ensey returned from work and had been fussing all

looks encouraging High Springs Tuesday, where he has morning. Finally Allen advanced CantAffor1 Iclihia Oppor1unitPai1

Mr. J. M. Henderson, our popular been surveying )phospliatr. spurs for on Jones with a pocket knife. o

photographer, made a fine the A.S.R.&G.R'y.D1iss Jones- ,tried to defend himself with

picture of several of Starke's A. M. MIddleton, a charming a stick and as ho raised the stick
young lady from Norfolk. England, Allen slashed him with the knife.
charming young ladies in the:park h vhitiug!: her brother, Mr. Edward
Jones. was brought to this city
Wednesday.Mr. Middleton, of this eity.Jir. -- I
where Dr. Powell dressed the Ow ''"''''
John Hall, one of Brad-, Owen Owens, who has been in \ -.74"'{ : : .
the South for several months has returned wounds. VE: ,
ford's most progressive farmers, E J: .G.li.il. : ; .
to Sj.irke: where he will remAin ,
There were twelve guests I :
lately fold Mr. McMurry three j -wpT22ER -
for several weeks.
barrels of the finest home-made! registered, at the New Commercial eAeGAJNS OFFER:
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Capt. H. S. Grimes, the handsome Tuesday. : :: :
sugar we have soon lately. jJackson ;c
and obliging steamboat captain, was:

Special attention is called to the circulating among his numerous White and Early Rose .
largo advertisement of E.Strong friends in thin city Sunday. seed potatoes., IN ALL KINDS OF STAPLE GOODS,

Manager W. B. HAYNES Co.
Mr. Arthur Meigs, Genera
on page. Mr. Strong is a .,
of the A. S. B. & G. R'y., was in
hustling business man who be-.. the city Monday; Mr. ;Meigs went Don't forget;' the band enter- And hope through courteous dealing and strict adherence to' the .

hoves, .!advertising pays. Call 'on over the road on' a special.Mr. tainment next Tuesday niJit. t.

him for p,ices.. :r' ; Bring girji. and,have JR good
f Geo. Douglass and wife have your ,
*' PRINCIPLE established that I be able toBuy "
Mayor A. L. voa Kirn of ,this moved to S arke from, Ocala.-. Mr.. time. may ,

city hasa* nephew who was one of Dough baa accepted a position with "f .
the tlackctt Dry Goods Co.Mr. The Discovery, oftlie .Bajv, .
.. the -'" 4 T
engineers on the battleship + asz.d Sell. at the Very .
Aug. J. Bogel, the 1a ad'tog.ars
Maine which was blown, up'Iu Havana Jaa. B. Clemmons and wile of ,
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harbor last Tuesday uight. Philadelphia, are iu the city. M'. Shreveport, La., says: I
Clemmons is one of the Quaker: New,Discovery is the only lit '
Mr.\ ton Kirn is :J.o"es Z ossible 1 rice
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very uneasy-a : _
,City's prominent commission men.Mr. thing that cures my cough, and it :, '
having heard whether his "
nephew : "
Raford, Strickland and Miss is the bestseller I have ;" J. F.. "
escaped or not. !
Belle Gour, were married at the horn Campbell, merchant of Sa/Ford,

Mr. A. S. Chavous has sojd' his of Mr. James Hornsby, atKingsley Ariz., writes' "Dr. King's New

fetocl- of groceries to. Mr. Arthur i ake: Wednesday, Rev. L. W. Kick-: Discovcry'is all that is claimed for i
.. Johns who will replenish the liter oolclatiiis.Ml itit;, never fails,and is'a sure CUre TT

1 stock and,conduct the business -s Emma horn, who has !been for Consumption I ,, Coughf and -
Bri.ncb.is NE COME: !
teaching ,
... ": ,- the same stand., Mr. Johns is i\ vUiilug.,Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Johns Colds. : .I"cannot say enough for cou () '

:,' -4teady! y mug J business inon and >iiW" Horn: resided in Starke some itS. efits." Dr. King' New "
will no doubt make a sricc-ss"of:itglikbr-ten! years"ago. for Consumption, poughsand
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.. .. the grocery busiuess.- ',>> ;J ;L Isr a -,;the Obliging tailor' "Colds;IB.' not an experiment flONTFQRGf11 THE 21ST ,.
:st'. ,'tn# ,I&nim tf'Co.of_ .Chlcaln IE has been tried for,a quarter.. oi ,,

.Rev. Wm. Shaw, chairman of, r :t>vae: ';the ;city::Monday taking century,'_and today: stands at thhead. *- -" .. -
the Sta Sunday Schools,will deliver tha.tnensurement'ot who want-, It disappoints.' tOe -r," .- .' 't". .
"' : .a': "<:. never and don't' 'to in at :'time .
talks < forget come as -
intersting' on Sunday_ .:' : trial: bottles at J.L. Gaskm'a Drug ;: any you
School work at ,the following Mr. .I*:, D. .Hyres, of Gendale"N.Y. .- fctore. : 1 : .

'Br Qfd'county .,,jvliQ "waa Th, this elty'to! teepurttastltng"T3l ,
nunedp1n.cesip 'L45esieYoe 'todset.Rit sC'... '
> retL will always get a bargain.
Mr. S.Y.GarJIuer : '
: I' estate gent ciithnrti f ;
this week: lAke Butler, Friday i canny, ? core eoPI* i1' tiota'foreier. .
In January, writes th: the 10c,5c. -U C.CC, .tail" dntlC1tilt.a 11(11114. 1D011eJ" ,"r of:' .. (it.
night; Hampton, Satnrdsy nighty will! bo here about the, l tart of.the j I .
4 .r Starke' Sunday. afternoon, and mould with his faroib. Mr. Hyres ']'o-'io-lSae tobacco for baWt Fifty care Centa.Oaranteed ,m&kes. seal I. > JL $'TO f-: '

night; Lawley. Monday night will make Starke Ills'future'home. meu strong I .blood Jlal' toe.!L AU dry:giatti.I "i

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