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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1898
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Official Directories. Misses Emma and Susie Ad- Senator Mills' Retire-
COUNTY
HAPPENINGS SUICIDE AT WALDO.Geo. FLORIDAATTERS.!
f :: kins, of New River, were visit ment.

; t. .. STATE. .. -- ing relatives and friends here Roger Q. Mills is one'of the _
Governor. Wm D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL AN DGENERfL
t$ ,. ,;':. Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. INTEREST. Saturday and Sunday. They Ennis Shoots Himself ablest and best equipped of the EVENTS AND WEEK.TOPICS OF'THE

Comptroller, 'V. ii. Reynolds., had a real good time, but part in His Brother's Parlor. Southern, Democrats in Con-
. fi Treasurer. J. B. Whitfield.AttorneyGeneral. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents.
t .. ;.. AVm. Imnar.: : of the anticipated pleasure of gress. He. retires from the Gathered From Our State Exchanges.A .

':; '., \Vombvell.Superintendent Commissioner. of Agriculture, L. B. Lake Butler. their visit fell a little short as Bad Health Was the Cause of Him campaign for re-election be-
"" republican will soon
:'. I. of Public, Instruction ,Mr. VH. C. Peeples was in,the Billy was not feeling very well ; Taking His Life cause, as-he says, "it would be be estableshed at paper:Miami.
\\ :N. Sheats. -
'. i.; -. SUI'KEME COUKT. growing city last Saturday. : and a little out of humor. All 'Last Sunday night Mr., Geo. useless for, me to appeal to the .
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.- :, Chief Justice, 11. F.-Ta b,r.t pleasure parties at Sampson are N. Ennis took his life by shoot people when the judgment to Two Mormon elders are holding -_-
:"0' .. R. W. McLeod of
Justices, Milton II. bla bray, F. B ..Mr, ,
.' ::' ". Carter. : in spoiled if :Billy Atwell is not in : ing himself over the right eye be rendered has already been a series of meetings at
jr TVorthington, was our burg
", coins'r'Y. it. with a revolver in his brother's determind.! Leesburg.St. .
. State Senator, A. Crosby. Saturday.Mr. .
a I. "J llcprcseutativea! IA D. Wall and E. parlor at Waldo. No cause i Senator Mills' position on i Augustine's new systemof !

{ P. Ward. ArchieMcLeodof Hagen, Arming all Around; can be assigned for the act beyond i the silver question is, however, water works is very: .near
Tax Collector, J. C. Byrd.
,. Tux AssesyorW.!: J. Epperson. was visiting in our burg last It appears that all the'na- the fact of a naturally so impregnably sound that he completed.A .

Treasure. E. S. Matthews. Saturday., tions who can raise the necessary i
and afford to stand it. He
irf Clerk of Circuit Court, Co). W. F. melancholy disposition can by private banking firm, under -

f a Weeks. Mr., E. L. Odom and family money are adding heavily mental troubles caused by illness. says : the name of
Sheriff; S. B.Denmark. KingSnyder
I to their naval *
Count Surveyor II. K. Ensey. visited relatives in the country strength.Our ? Now that the great body of I & .Co., has opened a bank at

t ,t' Superintendent, F. D. Shell. of Public Instruction last Sunday. .. .$50,000,000 seems big, The deceased was 24 years of the commercial world has taken Arcadia.

f County Judge J. R. Richard. but some other nations are going age and had lately moved with its stand against silver, I do
Justice of the Peaco for District Mr. Chas. Odom and family, Tampa's
much deeper into the busi great cigar industryis
: his father's to Braiden- not believe it in the of
No.. C, Geo. A. Gardiner. family power
of Providence are visiting rela-
Commissioners Tum- ness of building and buying growing rapidaly another
County town. He unfortunately in the United States alone, by its .

r lID, Dr. E. Ai Todd, M. N. Blanton, tives in our city. large factory will therein
J* J. Crews, D. W. Jlyatt. warships.It December last, poisoned.one of independent action, to restore open

Mr. T. P. Register, of Smiley, was stated at the openingof his lower limbs below the knee the value of silver to par a short time.

lIIayor,*A. L.CITY.von Kirm, : was a welcome visitor in townon the present parliament that with: poison oak and suffered with gold at 16 to 1. The governor of the Stat

Clerk Assessor Grorge'Ga, '!'. W.:Sweat.. Saturday last. ; England, already possessed of at times intense agony, and This is as indisputable as and the adjutant general are

Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. Rev. Geo. H. York preachedtwo by far.,. the strongest of all would seem at such times to that a man cannot lift himself making a tour of inspection of

Nltffit Marshal, :! Polic"), J. P., J Benuet.N. Jouts. r of his able sermons at'the navies, would put $100,000,000into imagine that some one 'was .by his boot-straps. Neither the State troops.

Aldermen, F. 11. Morgan Edward Lake. Butler M. E. Church Sun- naval improvements, but about to shoot him. It is sup- this nation nor any other was The Campaign has
opened
MiJdletun.! J. M. ruby, N. W. Hack- .
ett and J. W. Hicks. this was not deemed sufficient. posed that during some such ever able to maintain the con- in many counties in the Stati.

.. 'J. ...... --- day.Mr.. W. A., Tillis., of Zif, was Hon. George J. Goschen, the temporary derangement of the current coinage and circulationof Some of the papers. :have several -
Churcli Dh' c ol')'. first lord of the admiralty
pre-
mind he committed the rash metals this
visiting friends in the vicintyof the two at or announcements already. 1

Presbyterian, no pastor at present. Lake Butler last sented yesterday an estimate act. He leaves a father,., mother any other arbitrary ratio. And
Pray rUlcct1l1 every .. ceduesdayeveniug Saturdayand Ninety-eight homestead entries -
which calls for
at 7 o'lJlock. Sunday schoolevery $127,750,000, brother and two sisters to it is safe to say that none ever
Sunday"ll1oruiug at 9 o'clock. Sunday.Mrs. enough to build fifty were made at the United
money mourn his untimely death. His will be. Senator Mills is per-

Baptist, Rev. G. T. Ldtner, pastor. D.. I.- Gronto is quiteill ships as great as the Maine. brother, .Mr. W. B. Ennis, at fectly right in saying that free States land officeat Gainesville
Services cn r.2nd. : and) 4th Sunday. moitth
at her home l\Iain'street. during the of February
on Russia is not permitting her
1'rayeriveetingevery Thursday vell. whose house he had been staying and )independent coinage at 16
ill' ;': at 7( i 4iock. Sunday school every Her many friends hope for her chief enemy to have a monopolyof covering an area of 10,977
with him Sun- to not bimetallism but
jjuuday morning ut 9:3'J!) : o'clock. ; stayed up 1 means

M thodist. Rev. J. A. Ilcndry, pas speedy recovery.. naval expenditures, and she day- night until 9 o'clock. cheap silver monometallism. acres.. -

tor. Services every Sunday morning Mrs. Phemie Gillen, of New comes up with $72,000,000 for When Mr. Will Ennis left the However, from present in- The Cummer Lumbar Coni

ery and Weddesday evening.evening Prayermfetiug at 7 o'clock. York, passed through our city new battleships. parlor he locked the door and dications the silver question is pany, of Jacksonville, l has an .

Sunday.school every. Sunday. morning last Sunday en route for Hagen Japan, the rising star in the went to bed. About 12.o'clockhe not likely to play much of a order for 90,000 feet of lumber,

; ut 9:30 o'clock.Episcopal where she goes to visitrela- firmament of nations, is build- was startled by}hearing the part in this year's elections.- which is to be shipped to New
Hef'. R. IToleman ,
clergyman in, charge. Services every tives. ,, ing more warships than any report of a pistol in' the house. New York World."Somewhere York, and from there by sailing

2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon .3-30 other nation except England, He ran to the parlor door and vessel to Klondike.
o'clock. Sunday school every Sunday Misses Belle Proctor. and
afternoon at o'clock.. Maud Arnold. have been quite and will soon have one of the opened it. What he saw he in the South'r Pensacola's exports 'for the

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Christian: no pastor at present.Prayermeeiing greatest navies in the world. will His brotherwas
Wednesday sick for the past week. They never forget. says Congressman Sulloway, month February amountedto

eve -lug at 7 o'clock.every Sunday school are both convalescent, to the Germany and France are both laying on the floor, the "a bright colored boy, appeared the handsome sum of $853-
1 every Sunday morning at 9:30-o': increasing their naval strength,
clock. delight of their many friends. blood gushing, from a terrible before the civil service com- 455. The greatest export

A ", and bankrupt Spain is pickingup wound over his right eye, anda mission to be examined for the were to England while Ger-

Lodges.Starve ; any sort of old ship wher- revolver clinchedin of letter-carrier
A Sampson City. was tightly position many and Italy were next on

Lodge No. :34, K of P. meets A number of drummers were ever she can beg or borrow both of his hands. ,"How far is itfrom the earthto the list.
every Thursday 7 p. m.
.- \v. I;;. DCXCA.X, (1.).. C, interviewing our merchants them. Dr. Colson was immediately the moon?' was the first The of Florida
adjutant general
;;' J. 11. DA via, It. of R. and S, ti; here Tuesday. The world is nominally in a summoned -pronounced the question asked by those who has been notified from

No. 42 1<'. & A. M., state of profound peace, and .*
Ur\dr'lrd Lodge of wound fatal, and in an hour wereto determine the young
\Vindiscli
Mrs. that hundred
meeting Thursdaybefore theN Harry Washington one
every 'yet never before in its historywas afterwards Ennis Its fitness for the he
3rd Sunday 7 p. m ,YoI.. PortTampa, was visiting friends .i expired. man's place :and,'fifty rifles! ,. 4fli caliber, l liav
\V. Mii-i'iiuns: such an enormous amountof
is sad chronicle such 'How fall it
to from
am
always sougt.
W. l'. MKACIUM. Sec. here this week. being expended for been shipped.to.tlle, navalmilitia }:: -
money events and doubly so when the the earf to de moon?' echoed
May Lodge No. 10, 1. O. O. F., meets Mrs. AV. T. Dryden who has the instruments of war. at Jacksonville, Tampaand
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C\. Tuesday 70; p. in. Perhaps this is an omen of great change comes to one*juston' the applicant. 'My Lawd, Port rran lb. .& .
It.V" KlCKMTEK N. G. been for several days
\ N. MscAcaAM, Sec. \'ery.sick continued peace. At least let the threshold of 'man's ambitions boss, ,if you's gwine to put me
is much better and we hope and responsibilities.An The Jacksonville customhouse
us hope so.-Atlanta Journal. on dat route I don't want de
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PROFESSIONAL'" DIRECTORY now to see her soon regain her job.yith that the "'young reports for February,
ia Florida exchange, says "that 4
health. While places
usual many negro grabbed his hat and left show that there was a total ex
1 there is a prospect of the
have complained of a scarcity
L. OASKINS. M- D., Mr. S. J. Prescott was quite wooden match as, though he were chasedNew ."- portation of 9,508,490 feet off
J. 'of tourists this season .De Land industry being
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PHYSICUN AND SURGEON,.... sick for a few days this week affected York Tribune. : yellow pine and cypress lum
has had than last appreciably by a new
more
'. but is now better and we hope ber.Of this amount 7, 52OOO,
: STAllKK, FLA. invention for manufacturing
to see him at his post behindthe year. This' is. because of" our A statement, prepared by the feet were shipped to homo
Office at Gostla's Drug Store, attractions and matches of paper. The new
... advantages, Interstate Commerce Commis- and feet wentto
,', counter very soon. ports, 1,412,496
matches
are considerably
: L. SCOTT, M. U., and the good advertising work sion shows that the total mile;!. foreign, while 544,000 feet
A
The new machinery for the cheaper than the wooden
,pro-
has been done. All the
:4' that : f all the railroad companies
.PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, age, $>. of the total was cypress shippedto
mill arrived Tuesday morning De Dand booklets' that have duct and weigh much less,
,: : \.E: FLA. in the United States on domestic ports. Paring
_: 8T.\J and quickly replaced that which counts much in exportation. -: .
have done .
been sent out goodin I January 1, 1898, was 184-, the of lumber
shipments
Office at Gftskin's Drug Store. last January
:
broken in the runaway The sticks of the match-
making our city and county 689 : "The total number of em- amounted "to 10,704,418
week. The regular work was es"consist of rolled
.:: E L STEW ART, M. DEYE. -, more widely known; it is bread paper" ployes was 813,688. Of these feet. This; 'includes foreign
.
resumed Thursday. cast the waters that is immersed in a solution of wax,
"" EAR, HOSE HD THROAT/* upon 2,727 were killed and 31,724 and, domestic shipments bothyellow'
sure to return, 1.by: drawing stearine and similar substance.
Sunday
Dr. A. P. Smith spent -
'< STAHKK] HLA.' people here-Volusia injured in 1893. In 18941,823were pine and cypress lum-
here visiting his old friends many They are made in one operation -
killed and
Office at Starke Drug Co. 0 ,Record. turned machinery 23,395injured; ber.
being by -
,
-- who always glad to see
.are in 1895, 1,811 killed and 25,
POWELL M D., *. into long, thin tubes ; Kline 0. Yarn, Ft. Meade,
: TATE .' him.: It is about time now forth The United States land officeat 686 injured; in 1897, 1,732

::" _' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON"-, Doctor to give some atten- Gainesville has just receivedan pieces of. the ordinary lengthof killed and 27,623 injured.The Fla., has just issued a compact

r : STAItKK, FLA. flog to the speckled perch of for homestead wood or wax matches beingcut and comprehensive pamplet
; :."." ... I ; application a off automatically by the number killed on all the tobacco culture ia

Over\Yoiucn'ttJrty years and Ckihireor experiepcc 011h.H:1rke in Diseases: : of Sampson Luke. from a man who makes an machine, after which they are roads in the entire five years treating on it how- "
Florida how to
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t,<;, Drug Company.1' A party of young people consisting .affidavit that he is 100 years dipped in the ordinary way." from January 1, 1893, to Jan- grow make it
11' ',: -. to cure it and how to
-:;'. '",.. .o., UAYXES, of Mr. J. M. Wolfendenand old. As he will, under the uary 1, 1898, -was 9,954, and beenJsuccessful1y :
DR.J' I I I Mr. Yarn has -
"'t A 45caliber. Gattlin *
}:; :' DENTIST' --. :Miss Emma; Adkins, A. ,law, be compelled to live on ; gun, the number injured. 138,407.." pay.
:2 .. model 1884 consigned to Lieut.J. engaged in growing
.',,: 8TAKKE, :- FLORIDA; q. Leveretfand Miss Susie Ad- the land five years before he I I

; Office at. residence-on'South' Street. kins," J. J. Zeigler ,and_ Miss can secure a title to it, he J. Harllee, reached Tampa At McIntosh, Fla., twenty- i tobacco since' the starting and of
Florida
Teetb extracted painlessly, by means of loeaignu last week from the ]New York the industry in ,
is confident that he have and
.thf'Ut"K. All kinds of, dental work done at Tillie Beasley .and Mr. 0. J. evidently two: growers planted
'. .re.QalJ1. cpsftes.\ sail be the 'oldest Navy Yard, over the-F. C. & the following pig experience has enabled hint
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.... I Milam enjoyed a delightful will live to man are'.:, growing
:: r L DtG. : on the lake Sunday morning, in America. It is the first case 1 P. The nun is fully equipped acreage : Cabbage, 449 ; tomatoes to treat the subject intelligently] .

,:f" TII of its kind on record at the with all'appurtenances twenty and reliably. The AnvoaiT:
.' : Attorney. and Counsellor, at Law,,. Elder J. B. .Crews filled his 462; potatoes,. 320; beans, of these booklets } -
rn 1 land office.-Tallpa'Tribune. cutlasses scabbards ammuni- received several :-
He 159 lettuce, 108quash, 100 ;
here
appointment Sunday. ;
: STARKE, 1:LA. ,,
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and
tion boxes and waist belts.It '* from the author WA -
'....;' Street. delivered one of his usual interesting -.The war cloud is still growing -' X peas, 66"; beet, 58, arid cucumbers -
: omee at Re1eace on CLerry 3 believe them valuable to the
and
:; shipped March 1,
was
., ." to an atten'tire and the time Uncle 20r making a total of i
: .. ,. : sermons at same iI
.. local: I have fevleft
.;'- the outfit is for the corpsof tobacco growers; we a
,, '''R'F. i.l'SElh:; \ audience. At tlie t close of S\rn is ready: for it. 1,792 acres.
getting
;; : naval reserves of that city :: which we will gladly: distribute -

CO .. T TI 'EYOR. his discourse Mr., J, T.i; Perry i O.A.ST'On.X.A.. C;A.S'X' 0:a.J.A-. among any oE ; our' ...

-.,ff'I; Printing.EsUj I. and Mrs. Sarah Jones came I! :BecnthaSignature The Kind Yea: Haft Always Bac,ht- Oca wants. the Congressional Bean. 11m t1taJS aBwd..t t'tea. readers who expect to plait
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f st:13 f>r"u. forwardsiid united with the Convention andis working. :ct.i ,.. #.. _" -
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cites of jrork furoHel on jipplicatioi. ; j jOCCB / +
,. ; t, tobacco. .
..leek, i church. '. IT, i i"' Gt : ,-', hard. for it. Gf. .. ,, ... :".
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t Florida Senri-WeelojAdTCcate. <.us am TS. Coties. .L-7Y. Beauty In Blood Deep
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.r PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS The total 'number of bales of my ; your keep by
, Not ; ) when I stumble stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities
.only ,
': AT''''''; cotton Florida from the Begin to=
.. produced in in body. day to
,
I. Be thou banish. I n iuH.iiniiiwmiuiiijiimmmTinimwiHJ -
blotches
my stay. pimples boils blackheads
STARKE, FLORIDA..4 1896, as given out by. the But fn the noon-day sunshine, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking CASTO RIA. 1 a aII
'. Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug-
Entered at the postofflce at Starke, Florida, agriculturel department at Shed brighter Iiht: lists,satisfaction guaranteed lOc,25c,50c.
t. as second-el ass mall: matter.: Washington 48,730 of And when I walk in sureness,
'waJ' (Ifl1tff.J)
'Lead'me aright. For Infants and Children.ThokindYoullave.

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. which 26,430 was sea. island. : Not only when I ask thee, For JOB WORK Try ns! '= '-'-" ':--:'

The total value of the crop was = .
Stand by my side;

TEXAS R. HODGES. 82,094,294. The sea. island Not only, when I seek thee, WE CAN DO IT RIGHT.

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. sold for $1, 359, 735; the upland Near me abide;
But when I see no danger, Always Bought
$734, 539. The total acreage

Advertising Rates. was 264' 325 the Protect me still fM C c ir-7'l; ebUePrcparationforAsUng .
making
production And when I wander from thee, eFoodand nice .
Our advertising rates will be as reasonable about a bale to five Shield me from ill. iheStomflcfas) andBowds of; Bears the / I
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as con&lst.ent'wlth keeping up a good news + '
It Is the of the publisher to and one-half This Not a.
paper. purpose acres. crop only in my blindness rlMi i
Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only w i' '
Watch
paid the cotton little how I rreiul' I
growera
such a proportion of advertisements as win SignatureAlways
Insure that all will be seen and read and none less than,$8 per acre, of which Not only when I sorrowB uTIfBSTYLlSHPA'i ERN.; Aftlstic. Ii mtm am' -estionClfttru1-
burled behind a mass: of others. Rates will thou my friend; Fashionable. Original. Perfect' Promotes D | AF
be uniform: and will be made known on appli the expense of making, But when I walk earth proudly, Fitting. Prices 10 and 15 cents. nessandRfistContalnsndthar) of ,

cation. gathering and marketing must Touch thou mine eyes; None higher. None better at any price. Opnm ,}lorphin .t1Dr MineraL
Some reliable merchant sells them, in NOT NAKC OTIC. -
William M. Evarts, once the be deducted. Now the above And in thy own way lead nearly every city cr tov n. Ask.for T .. .:
That I may be wise. them,of they can be find by mail from A
greatest lawyer in this country, figures,present an object lesson T us in cither New Ycrfc 0: Chicago. \ 1ItdjtUDSfJoftZZPnwuaS. V
heard of. for the farmers and of Not onlv now bur always Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet ? r
is scarcely ever .
now growers 4Jlbi.S
May I be thine, i sent upon receipt of one cent to pay A .
He is 81 years of age, blind Volusia:.county to study. Thinkof Not only hi're but elsewhere, ?ostae* -

and an invalid. nearly 300,000 acres plantedin Lord may I be thine, t MCLF; t J JiJ -z .r. # 4 T h e :
But if
a single product in Florida, my will grows waywardStill f,, ,,-. .

The United States has not and that product pays gross And though iiringme my in faith, be clouded. iJ; MAG INE\W naiv: 1< Kind H;.

bought any war ships yet but Count nut
less than $8 per acre, and this. it sin. I Brightest ladies' magaclne tatlisriei T ApcrfectHemedy t ns6pa--
her agents have secured optionson is about the condition which _M. H. D Invaluable for the bc.ie. Fashions of tron.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,,

several and they can close exists the .. ;i T Hints the day Home Literature, Household Z Worms.Convulsions Jeverish- Y U H a V e
throughout cotton A Clever Trick.It Fancy Wcrfc Ccrrent Tories, 7 ness andloss OF SLEEP. 0 _
fi Fiction,all for 50 csnts ,in- R ..
the deal in a few hours. Spain belt of the South in f only a ear .
which eluding free cattTiPIT nielccI simile of
looks like ; :: lac Signature
it
but
will first have to get money before millions of people are certainly ?: tlon any time. ...en engaged. there is really no trick about .it I for sample copy. Ax, r lam. Bought.
she can buy any ship's.TheL YOEK.
Now these
compare figures it who has THE .
Anybody can try Larru- I.IcCALL C"I""V!; .
ouisville and Nashville with the amount that one acre Back and Weak Kidneys, Malaria j, 142-H& West K-Ti :-. -', ,TWill ;. .

of land ( JS9 :FL-f't" ,. '
in Volusia
railroad system hcs promisedto your county or nervous troubles We meat.
will in he W|< C '12:" ; CASTO RIA
himself
planted can cure '
restore to its thousands of pay you cassava right away In !f
and it is only half the troubleor taking Electric Bitters. This medicine .w.-----" CXACT COPT-WEAEFEB.,
employes, on July 1st, the ten .
work to For tones the whole system

per made cent in 1893.reduction The restorationof in wages ton of cassava grow.root you every are acts as a stimulant up to the Liver The If@ri : ::--.-- -''.. < "'A"--... :'' ',.,; : .-_ "_TMl.'.-C. ...NfAUH. COMPANY::-: :t.ot'' NCWTOMM'; ii\--:1f1J CITT." ;,'$ \

and Kidneys, is a blood purifierand
in
cash $6
paid spot and an
this ten cent is said to
per tonic. It Constipation
nerve cures
involve an annual outlay of ordinary acre without fertilizer ; Headache, Fainting Spells ( [ -

about $700,000. will grow eight or ten tons. Sleeplessness and Melancholly. It MffiLMa OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMFY
This the ,
cassava industry, as
is purely vegetable, a mild laxative ]
The editor of one of our exchanges Record has all alongclaimed
and restores the system to its IlllCJ l@ iilllPOR SAVANNAH, \
says that he steppedinto is a good thing for our farmers, : natural vigor. Try Electric Bit-

the store of a man who especially when they have an ters and be convinced that they. In each, direction, a ship leaving each port on

did not advertise, and was sur- absolutely reliable cash marketat are a miracle worker. Every bot- ] v v .
i 0
prised to find_ him busy. The home for every pound they tle guaranteed. Only 50 cents .a MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS

merchant w had :red bugs and a grow. Your net profit can not bottle at Gaskin's Drug Store. FRIDAYS and

Waterbury watch, and when JP less than $20 per acre, thatis SATURDAYS,

., he was not scratching he was if you hire all work done in Florida will bs obliged to do k AnsweH Between Savannah and New York.
without a Senator during the 4' "
winding his watch. connection with the and .
crop, ,
period from March 4th to the 4 Any THE FINEST PASSENGER SHIPS
too, after paying for fertilizer:, 3sta
The Ocala Banner quotingthe date of election. The Senate
if you use any, and.after deducting I Question
Live Oak 'Democrat says has just decided in the Corbett In Ccastwisd Service. Complete and Improved Ventilation
50 cents per ton freightthe .. \
;
that "H. Owens, of Kentucky, : railroad charges you 'if you ,case from Oregon that the j ll? l :- n5brrfi You may. For Protection Perishable Freight.

is planting ten acres of plugtobacco .If. Governor has no right to fill an aX13 Ask If.
'JB* are too far from the factory at PASSENGER ACCOMJIODATIOTVS
IJXSUKPASSEZ.
as an experiment, fourmiles origi.ial vacancy. The majority
Stetson to haul. If the farmers Kates Much Cheaper than All Kail.
south of "Welborn" was so large that the case .
: and growers of the county do StandardAmerican For Information as to Rates, Reservations, Sailing Dates
Now will not some brave soul may be considered .a precedentfor s. ,
not take of this
advantage etc. write to .l
put in a couple of acres of the future.-Orlando Star. .
opportunity to get some cash
:1 cigarettes, as an experiment, out of their land especially WALTER HAWKINS,
crop Special JVotice. *
Annual. W.
J. FARRELL
also? a Florida Rass. Agt.
when they see millions of The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY Soliciting Freight Agt.

The farmers throughout the South ADVOCATE is ----- ---- --- }
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now equippedfor 224
following States allow WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. .

the inter-marriage of whites not making half the profit per firstclassjob. printing as it PRICE ;9'A 5 GENTS

and Connecticut acre, with double the work, [Has never been before. We have ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- LIj .,.
:
negroes DO YOU WRITE
r. ..
why the Record must confess added to its equipment in this department .
Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts IF SO
WRITE
Michigan, Minnesota, that they prefer to wait and new presses, new type, Resay Jan. 1, 1898, -Ri ITT

make no cash crop until the and a line. of stationary suitableto On All News Stands.
Montana, New Ham shire, .
time shall arrive again when .,any' kind 'of work. We can ..\&.,c C
New York North Dakota "" O* *?'O v*O*O*%?'
: print anything required, and guarantee I
they can make from $100 to "
r Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, to turn out work that .will Larger, Better More CompleteThan ;

Rhode Island, ftouth Dakota, $300 per acre from ail orange please the most fastidious and Ever. r j I

Utah, Vermont, Washington, crop.. We do state emphatically critical of patrons. Don't send r1j
that here is an opportunity TJo osl sold Annual ]
Wisconsin and ; ;;: widely Riftr
Wyoming.The elsewhere far your work but giveus
offered our, people that they mice... Book and Political Manual publisted.THE X.
an opportunity to show you
never had before to get cash .
mayor of Springfield, what we can give you in qualityand WORLD t
from Of ,
money a summer crop. tI
Ohio, has been literally fired course there are people who prices.I Pulitzer Buildina. New York. tI I

from his official position for don't see $100 per acre in it, have 3! choice lots, right.: in :is I

falsity. He failed to comply ,'and will kick all over the the heart of the city, that I will M BIGGEST OFFER YET I am Sub-Agent j I
toll
with, the Garfield law, which couny about it. There is, it is dispose of for cash, at a very low Om..... +00 .Bradford and SUl'I I

demands asworn ante-election rue, no big money in itbut i it figure. For further information, THE FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE roundingCounties for this Celebrated I

statement of all pays twice what you can make apply at this office.CASTOR. Typewriter.
expense duringthe from most any other crop, AND Can't I Sell You One ? T.R.HODGES

electoral race. An item of taking into considertion, and E ,

200 for beer was omited from the best'of' all you have a IAFor THEDETROIT FEEE PRESSBOTH SUB--AGENT.r .

tjie.bill and ,he must now atone. I market at home for every
Infants and Children. PAPERS ONE YEAR
for the grievious fault of de- pound you can grow. CANDY
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
ception, hypocrisy and per How's This? FOR ...ONLY $1.00. CATHARTIC
theSignature THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS needs no
jury. n Introduction. Its many special articles by
We offer One Hundred Dollars of noted writers have given it a world-wlderepu.
# tation. In short. It is one of the cleane.t. t
A test was made Tuesday in Reward for any case of Catarrh brightest. and best papers published. No
pains or expense will be In
spared keeping
the New York Navy Yard of that cannot be cured by Hall its present high standard. up .
Remember thnt -
Tetter, Salt-Rheum find Eczema. by taking advantage of
Catarrh Cure. this combination you get 53.copies of THE .
one of a consignment of rapid- The intense itching and smarting,incident FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE, and lM( copies CURE CONSTIPATIONUEEN 14 V
fire guns received from the F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., to these diseases,is instantly allayed of THE FREE PBESS,I5fl papers,for only 11.00.!

Toledo, 0. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
e
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e, -undersigned, haveknown
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]known as the (j.mJ1limeterrnpi F. J., Cheney for the last 15 is equally efficient for itching piles and THE FREE PRESS 2Sc 50c DRUGGISTS'.

.fire automatic Colt, ana' years, and- believe him perfectly chapped a favorite hands remedy,chilblains for sore,.frost nipples bites, Afl-Dal Year Book and almanac for 1898. ;,..,.. -.4. sr- __.iI>- iol. .. .." 1M.

is capable of firing 200 shots i a honorable in all business transactions and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts.per box. CORRECT, CCKCISE; CCKPETE. -, ,

minute with a Binge of ,. U(1 U and I OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 1897 : : SURREY TUB HIGHEST TYPB OP 4-
I financially able to, Q (
I Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are BOOK. WERE SOLD AT 25 .
A FAMILY
;yards. The test proved thatthe !carry out any"obligations.: made by ;just what a horse needs when in bad CENTS EACH.- TRAP.. VEHICLE.
condition. Tonic, blood and
1 purifier An accurateand superior Book of Referencethat
bullet would pass through their firm. vermifp;e. They are not food but tells ;yon an you want to know. There ITLL CIiOPr Elel SEAT ..I4tCLLCI'BTdIS
WEST: & Wholesale 'medicine and the best in use to put a will not be a useless page In!t. A Practical Utility.
steel 3.8 of inc TRUAX lalapendent.
a plate an l Drug horse Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic Information *
in
condition. Price
25ents
., prime I all aroacd,
on subjects Statistical.
e thick, two sides of.a. coil o;f gists, Toledo, 6.WALDING per package. I Historical Political and Agricultural. ;likewisea Official 801lUt)(. WEIGHT JO Oii73 to: Rattle. -

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Wholesale Druggists;Toledo,Ohio >To Quit tobacco easily and forever,be Home and Farm 9omf -rt. PLEr tile Jij J: .:. r '--."-' A...{ t t''
backing, and another steel rcajf A copy of this book will be sent to all subscribing -' Leg>>wvID.Combe. ..
netic fall c! life,nerve and ,
h I viper take Ifo-To immediately and seeding 15 ad
Cf'nlS .
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Hairs Catt rrh Cure th
always !
is taken I Dae.wonder-worker e!', that malt' weak ditional for mailing popilar SO2EY
> es. making
plate of 1-8 of an inch in thick : men epen 51.l in with the Phaeton sail the .

mobby Trap.
All alL The book will be
strong. druggists( ,roc or tl. Cure: guaran published about Decem
ness. These of which internally, acting directly upon teed Booklet and sample free. Address ber 23, l9;. Copies of the book will be sent
guns, the blood and mucous. surfaces of Sterling Kemeay Co., Chicago or New York to all taking advantage of.this offer as soon ElEGANT DESIGN. NOVEL FEATURES. RCOMiEST! ENTPA'sCZ..
after above date as possible.Do I Doth.tII equal eomfOr1: Doobto-Ulu<>zfrMitiwt--ran' enter ten }have: arrived, will be use ., .-. -' ----- not delay, but take advantage of this I.cz..as forM_r"Ofdit.belt'! .
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the "Hoc. f1a. "' fl0.t
rice : : 'i ''r.1: i'.oiru'H With : ...
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the rail of Tessels againstr Crndy.Cathstttc, constipation: forever. limited.time only. by special ; .
upon Sold b arrangements ._
all
) Druggists.: Testimonials! ,106.250-> C.C.C.iftli druuitlfcts; refund monsj.T with the publishers. Remember we send both "" r -
boats, and also' in the papers a full year for 41.OJ, and you can have -
free.Hall's Core Constipation: coreset'. a copy of tts book by fending 13 cents ad-
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---'- .' Aii Absurd Suspicion.Some I The American medal of To thejLadies, neat and pretty RAILROADS. r RAILROADS. ') '. '.. -


of the visitors to i. Honor. visiting card is something that

Florida at the preseent" time Julian Hawthorne, in a re- every lady,'young or old, is proudto
article lamentsat possess. Now, we have on handa F. C, & P. SHORT LINE FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR R. R. .

4, are making inquiries as to investment cent .magazine. quality of the very best cards .. .

of ] the fact that the ; Hew I Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Lice.
capital in the State, length over and the type, etc., for turning out NORTH EAST WEST

.1 -.< and one of the questions invariably United States have no medal of as nice and dainty a card jis you TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 23,18SS.3J J ",
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asked is whether or honor for the army similar to can.get anywhere. DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS:, I 31 I 40 38 33 31 I :tj I ..., : 3t: '
Da.IlYlDailyDally! Dan SOXTUEHS FOISTS. Dn.i1.vu: Uullhili: !.); ;.. :
not capital of North .men is, that of England's Victoria un H Dally unl" IX:;11.at.; :!DahJ

safe here Such Gross Iron Crossor STARKE FLA. 1210pl -Ii OOp443p ...... 800p'Lv..Jacks.nville..Ar- 1 10p|,915ai. ...r-----9: :,lyAlm.: ....
; a question is : Germany's '''''' ....... ...... 840pLv; ...... Yrlee.... ...Ar. '."' 3-13:'..."',, t'3ll'i :41:*',...._
absurd the Russian Cross of St. NO10. diiily leaves 2:18: p. m., for all ......1 520p840p\...... V>30.1f'4.: .. .
though there is linger points North and West, connecting at Jack 210p .02Ga1. lOllpj .. ....Everett..Ar.Utt .....; G.4'p oVt, .
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-. ; sonville with through for New York, 315p } I ....Brunswick.....Lv. 545x.... ... :ssorfSOh.,..... i;.....
sleeper !
ing idea dwelling with a few George.The 3491 7501..I .....Savannah.... .. g BlCa.... 4-I pi I..t .I......_
Cincinnati and all intermediate points. 357p739p. ; v..S3Vannab..Ar. 92ia 50Ua tr.. I.J ......
'., Northern men that there is alu United States have a NO. 14, leaves. 5:12 a. m. daily lor same ...... ..... i '_ ...... 2 QaAr, .. ....Fairfax. S. C..LV ...... 305-a 530: ::.!' -.....
r named .....: ......1000:4, : ...... 2 50a104la ...Denmark.S. C... ..... 225a 400134! : j..I.; ..
* ..... na.ice here against then Medal of Honor, harder to win t z points above carrying through sleeper ...... ...... ...... 935 ....... ".. ...Augusta,Ga.... .... .. .... ...... .:1-.- .. .
Tampa and intermediate points to New York. ......4 .lOp.1451\ ...Culurnbia..S.C.., :S 33a I247a ...... ;i.VvSITs. ......
end their than the Victoria Cross. It connecting at Jacksonville with trains from ...... ...... ...... .. ... ...... 11 23a "SpartanburS.C.,: .. ". 5 30p ...... .. .. ....
property. Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga and all Points ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 1 45p .0... .A1>bertlle, N. C.,. ..2 Oop .. .. ,... ....
is has been conferred 500 !13Sp. ... ... ... 820 ... ... 915a1047a .. .CbarIotteN. C... 4ooapOtJ( ......t i 9::5. .....t.....
Property just, as safe here upon north and west also with trains for west 12 Ca OSrtp ....... ..S lI"b\ry.N.C.! .. .i 8tp.; ... ..... ....
, Florida, Pensacola Mobile New Orleans, Tex 207a..1044 ...... 12 lop Greensboro. N.C.. 13.3i ... .. 705n ... .....
as it is anywhere, and if there men, 'heroes every one. It is Mexico and California 31Sa459a ...... .....12 OOp158a....... I 30p ....Dan\'Ule.va. .. 1220a 920p.. ... 550. .... ._...
.. as. points. ...... .. .... ... 600a. ...... 625p ..-.Richmond. Va... .. .... I2oun ... 200: f :: .....1... .....
is any opposition it is not at all now worn by about 300 men. NO. 13 leaves 11:59 p. m. with connection ...... .,.... ,.. ... 340p ..Lyncb ur Va... .'. .IOUI' 405p227p .. I 3 Ws ...... .
r \ from all points and divisions. Through sleeper 645a945a ...... ...,.. 33.'i>> ...... 5 SOp .". .. Chariot tesvllle .. S55p .... .. 15.c: ... .. ....--

aI pp grant. The more intelli- And it will hereafter:: be con- ..,. from New York. ...... ...... 6 25p ...Washington 6 OOp II15a942a .. ...t 1043.. ..... .....,
.: : 1105u353p ... .. .. .. 8 42a1..9. .i' .....Baltimore.! .. 500p236p .... 921f. .. .... ......
gent of our people heartily ferred_ upon 'all men who "dis- .. rt.: N O- 9 leaves 10.58a.m.: with through sleeper 118p ...... ...... 1015 ....... 2 Stla ".. ....Philadelphia.: ... 720a ?w.! 65)1' .
.., connections from all points north, west and ...... .1 4: C23a3ftp ......New york. .. 12 10pl2| 15 ...... 1001.... ....
welcome all who come and caret tinguish themselves in action." .... .'. all points in the state. 11 OOp .:. ::::: 9 OOp :::::: .. .. .....Boston... ... 1201m 5 OOp ...... \6uo. -...-..-.-.

eras For the best map of the state, sleeper or CDWINNATI-JACKSONVILLE. I Nos-1No. 9 SOUTH AN1, war ""'f :>'o:..
This "order" '
from instituted
not whence
they come. ]t'LORtntdsnxaw 7514 :,6t0
IA iU3:
other information call on or write to DaUp .
Macon. Atlanta. OKLEAS3.Lv. L"fly'DaUyChattanooga
N or/ }tern men have invested July 12, 1862, andrthe act was D.GREEN Agent ,)] Cincinnati r --,-
R ... .. .. .... ..
Starke Fla. it M Chicago. o 8 OOa .Fernandlna. Ar 5:?Op
millions amended :March 1863 Fifty Years Ago. Detroit.. .. 911aLy..l.aUahM.-\r.: .
3
of dollars in Florida $20- Toledo -ICSp
N, S.'Pennington.[ T. litA. o 0 Cleveland, Louts0 940p 925a Lv.Ar...Jacksonville.; .Ar 7.31'al. 353 p ".
This it the way it was bound to look O. G. P. A.Jacksonville. Z Z Louts.Z Z : ... ... ,
since the and'there 000 being then MacDonell ville,and St. ,103p 955a Baldwin Lv SoI.IS: ; : J/lp
war, is no appropriated, When grandfather had his "pieter took Fla. ill59p.105aa.: .. .....Starke."a; t2al! 21Np!
These were the shadows cast before .... ack onvii .Ar. 8iK>3630a 931233a.U.iaL ".. ...Wal o.. .... 48.1: 153p
desire to discriminate and the interest }having'' since -J. HI I5 SOOpLv! e. ..
against The of 10:9al0HPAr..Everett..Lv.: 6 SOp .. .. .. 12:SlipOSOp "...Gainesville.. 1 Ili'oCp:
coming Conjurer Dagiierre 4-40 3 OOa .. ......Macon... ... 1 lOa 830 i .., ". .CedarKey..." ..t, 00i
their investments All stand been used for this purpose. And his art; like a girl in a pinafore '4 745p ;520a950a ......Atlanta.....Ar. I055p 525a502a -.I:* lO204al240p< "....Hawthorne ." :34ta 1ufp
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Come day to bloom to a goddess fair. The A. S R. G. R. R. .... 530aLv......Atlanta.... .. '10ojl)!J ..... Citra......... 30-b 1.4Up
on the same: level as to assessments This is a republic. Distinc- Men certainly were not as black,we knew ...... ... .. Chattanooga... ". 6 lapS ] 10 OOp '" 1 18p! "..Silver S rings.. .. .... t2lt'o7I1
.. .... :: ...Cincinnati: .... :!4)a R-Ha.; > :355a4lOa 13.1p ". ..... Ocala.. ..." 200a,1l-, Gu
and legal rights of tions of this kind carry with As they pictured them So years 22SpS "....Wildwood...." -c1:1iIOf; ..
every Departure and Arrival of Trains. ASIIEVILLEROL'TE 534a.61Sa. p ...... I.eesburg...." .II :G't''1016a
kind. Of the millions invested them ho l'anlpayor: privileges, Pullman Sleeper between J Jacksonville Cln- : 324p450p "......Tavares...... loiilr 950u
Cincinnati and Chicago. 9 lOa ...Orlando .... .." IS Up.r 8 311:1-
L in the State, Jacksonville has and the proposal to create it Ayer's Sarsaparillabegan ST RKE FLORIDA. t. OOpm'Lv.' ......J ILc I...onv ill e....... Ar 910am500am *5 343p ClPa. 517p "'....St.Winter Park..". ..Ii... \7 41hi
Catherine.
: 314p 37p'IOt4.a
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i:13am LV. S annah..Ar
several of them and, instead of .met with strong opposition, to mako new men Justas NQ. 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. 4amAr..Co.umbta.: ..... Lv 12 47am), :53ta fl3a: ) 343p 332p: ".......Lacoochee..Dade City......" !llttpj U4lp921p! > 94'a 931a
the new pictures of men Brinkley and intermediate points. This train l | ... .. Spartanburg........Lv 531lp m 7 OOa 437p. "....Plant City... ." 842a
any prejudicial spirit despite the fact that Washington 12 ....Hendersonville. .....Lv 300pm ". .. .. ..... ,
existing .1 began to be made. Thousandsof connects with the G. S. & F. at Sampson 1 ... ......Ashville ...... .Lv 205pmjI146ami 8 lOa 520p .Tampa. 8 top tls]r
it i.s of have first instituted it.'in the fronted Junction for Palatka. Macon and intermediate 3: aiAr.......Hot Sprin '... ......Lv No.22.No. 2 JVESTERS DIVISION INO.' ll
to the .
pleasure people
one camera points. 7a/ ... ....KnoxviUe...... ...Lv 825:1011Dally;.Dally eNDNEwoeLE.ta& :Da41y1
with skins mado ... ... ........ i ---- -'-
such men to come here andinvest. Revolutionary army. cloan from NO-: 3 Satur 'ays and Sundays only. Leaves ........Lexington..Cincinnati... ......Lv.Lv 101.730pmit >pm| 5!,_.p| O2.-a Lv.Ar.. Jacksonville. ArLv 1-=.:2p, .....

I blotch and blemish, because 5:30: p.m. for.LaCrosse Brinkly and intermed- 3Uim Lv.... .....CiuclQuati .. .......Ar.Lv >voput900am' !050pll25a1235pl313p, .. .....Lake City.... .. bt+bQl...... .
The
American Medal of ....
Honoris they had purified the blood iate points,connecting at Sampson Junction. 5 45pinAr.|I ..... ....Chicago.: ......... '-:3I\y.1,J .4p".....Live..'.ull Oak.'13Un.'y..." 51111." .......'
The Northern usually brought by the with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It for Palatka Macon and intermediate points. Big Four. .t :2 35p "....Monticsllo...... 300p .....
prejudice against post-
b 30aniLv.( ... .... ... ....Ar 635pm830am l ." 1.. ...
.CipC1JlIluti. 6't)0a) h..Tallahassee. .
NO5. second class. Leaves Starke 4:00 a.m- 330p
that did hereonce man who hands the winner of is as powerful now as then. 6 00pm Ar. .....".'Chicago....... Lv 8 2.)0111 4 30pV ..... ....Qulncy.River .. ...... 113y .W'...
men prevail for LaCrosse. Brinkley and intermediate Monun
Route '".. Junction." ...
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.. i Its record proves it. Others points. This train is dally except Sunday. 900amLv.... .....Cincinnati...... ..Ar) 600pm.LvilO I ... .. IllOOp lop ". ...Pen acola. .." i r I 730tt 11o'P!! .I'....
..... was not against those who it 'a little package bearing theDepartment imitate the remedy ; theycan't NO- 2- arrives at Starke 12It: p. m. daily., Wpm Ar. .. .....Chicago.: ...... .. Ooam ..;...I I 305a ........Mobile......... !1 21ul......
Pennsylvania. ... ., 7 40-.1 "..New Orleans .. 1745p ......
.1 I
I War imitate the record arrives at Starke at 9:30 Satur.
came, to assist: the natives in stamp for : NO4. : p. m. KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE, --- "
days and Sundays only.
improvement, but those who free delivery, and the recipient 50 Years of Cures. NO-: 6- second class, arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. Through Car? IJn'e. ST. LOUIS., THROUGH LOUISVILLE.SLEEPER.JACKSONVILLE

came to e stir up strife and to in. usually puts it away in a m. Daily except Sunday. No. J6 No.-33 8 tX>pniLv..... ...acksoavilie..... I I H:':.aUl
GEO. TOMPSETT. Gen. Supt. .Jackson\-ille.. ... Ar. 8!Jam' 10 IIpn: |Ar.........Everett... .. .. L,63tiaii!
flame political passion and drawer as a keepsake for his Starke Fla. lOHpnc .... .... .Everett..Lv. 63tain) 300atn ..... ....Macon.......,... ( 1101\n
.' THE ARTHUR MEIGS. Gen. Mgr. 530am .Atlanta...... .. 10 5Tpm 520am .... ..Atlanta ...... ",10)1111\;
: children and II 45am .. .. ..lliriningham .. 15pm; 6 5; pm .... ...ChattanooKa.. ..i"8| lrpct]
such grandchildren.
through diabolical meansas Jacksonville. Fla. 9:Wpm .........Memphis. .... 630am 500pm to........Lexington .... .... "{to;.3..r9 .
...... ..... ...... "
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There is of 1000am Springfield 15pm: 73Jpm Louisville : 7-4iant:
existed liqre; during the reconstruction no parade troops, NEW YORK WORLD GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. -5 35pmSOOpmLv" ..l{;nsas City. ..... .. 10 40am! 7 12amThi .......St. Lout. .... ". 91a: 'n '.'

period) to gain no official ceremony, no list of TIME CARD NO. 25.
control of State, Bounty and I' the M. 11. published in the Annual THRIGE-A-WEEK EDITION. in effect on and after Nov. 7. 31 and 33. NEW YORK SLEEPING and.FLORIDA CAR LIMITED SERVICE.Nos. VE3TIBULE. between New York

I Register of the No. 1. No..3. No.2 No. 4 Jacksonville and St Augustine ..
.' city governments for the purpose ., Army or Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. Nos.: 35 and 36 Fast Mail. Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Ciscfa

of oppressing those who in popular] almanacs ; but now 18 Pages Week Sunday. Sunday.Lv. nati Sleeper. 37 and via 3S Asheilie.Nos. carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New Yorl i-i connect.i
156 Year am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm. with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 T%1th Pullman Sleepers betwcwa .onville and Tau.vu .
had: been impon l'ishea' by and then at public meetings Papers a 720 300 t..GainesvUle..llCO 700 No.33 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited with the Tampa,Cincinnati! St.Luu1+c;::..
727 310t..MinnieHUl..I05M 651 Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No 33. -II
war and loss of property. There there will be one who wears on FOR ONE DOLLAR. 730 315t.Cannon'sxing..1055. 650 Nos. 1 and 2 carry the J ackboavtlle and New Orleans, Sleeper.
735 320t. .Rocky Point. 1050 645 tDaily except Sunday. 0aily except Saturday and Sunday. tThls train his left breast 750 335 f.... Wacahoota.. 1040 630: Monday. Sunday and Monday only. Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg. M.instlvwRiver
was not only a prejudice, but 800 345t..Flewellens..1030 620 and Key West. and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee', for all point on Mauit<-<;?
uj 803( 350t......Clya tt'8 .... 1025:: 615 river. AtStarkerorLaJros.se.(: At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connects at TaUaeassrefor
hatred to those vampires. They "A bronze five-pointed star- Published every Alternate Da/except Sunday. 810 355 .... Klrkwood ... 1010 610 Carrabelte: Marks, and Apalachacolu. Connects at River Junction for Chatn\boo
1 815 400t... Elmore...... 1005 605 River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connects at Fernandina: for Curabrland -
came not to be one of us and in the middle, within a circleof 817 405t.....Tacoma .... 1000 600 Route steamer to the Islands and Brunswick. .
820 4 10 t:... Taylor's..... 955; 555 All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets[ will still be sold at the city tlcict
,ri- t o dwell among us but for a stars, Minerva repulsingDiscordsuspended The Thrice-a-Week Editionof 825' 415t..Micanopy .... 950 550 office.02, Hogan Street, as well as at the Union Depot ticket office. >r':
i ... 940
835 425f..Tuscawilla. 543
11. W. CAMPBELL J. MARSHALL
Passenger Agent. ,
TIlE NEW YOKK WORLD is 837! 430 t.Lake Simonton. 935 540
season only, anti many of them by a trophyof 842 43.') t. HIckman.... .930 ft 35 Ticket Agent 1202 U>-t Bay St., corner Hogan, Jacksonville, Klu
two cross cannons surmounted first among all "weekly" pa- 847 440t..Southside....925 530 WALTER G. COLEMAN, General Traveling Agent, Jackaouville.:! '
for mischief. Since the end of
852 4 45 t..Dungarvan .... 920 525SOnt
A. O. MacDONNELL Gen. Pass. .
pers in size, frequency of pub- 00'1 _Irvine... ... 9 10 515 Agent.iBSOIflfrT
tint unhappy era however by an eagle, united by .Fort DraneAr. :: ---------- --- --
," I ii lication, and the freshness, .
I am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pmt.telegraph I T
men of sections and political | ribbon of thirteen stripes to a accuracy and variety of its stationsf.
.-flag stations. >
creeds have dwelt together herein i clasp of two cornucopias and contents. It has all the meritsof J. F.! BUNCH Gen. Pass. AgentV. '; Southern .:
HERLONG. Gen. Man.
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... peace: and harmony, and no i i the American arms." a great $6 daily at the priceof

one who desires to do the right I I This man wears the American a dollar is weekly. complete Its political ] J. F P. McMUKRY, "' .. -- -.Railway'I i.

thing as a citizen need hesitateto Medal of Honor, a decoration news prompt, DEALER L
Florida and live ;j accurate and impartial as all its i ROUTE.n
come to or soldiers THE SHORTEST
invest his money. The same I which i I each American readers will testify. It is FANCY GROCERIESI

triv to win as earnestly as the and for
against monopolies
treatment is vouchsafed to all eTIIBOQGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CABS, DINING C. Its: : ..

in this State, and life and property any soldier of the Widow of the people.It KEEP- THOBOUOHFABE COACHES VESTI3ULED: TRAI:;3. .. ; ': -
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are as safe]here as anywhere 1 Windsor strives to win the prints the news of all the The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.TRY 1i

in the United States.Metropolis. .- .'Victoria Cross, and prizes quite world, having special correspondence ME.- '
from all importantnews NORTH EAST AND WEST. .
:! < : as highly. -. .
points on the globe. It

Not Altvnys: !! (Jmfr rsiood. When next Mr. Hawthorneor has brilliant illustrations, ASK TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST.

any other other ,citizen sees I stories by great authors, a capi- FOR .

A fact often overlooked, or not this medal worn, let him salute tal humor page, complete mar- -Washington. and Southwestern Limited .

always understood, is that women it.World.Cgl9iTORSA.. kets, departments for the house- TICKETS T And the United States Fast MU.I!! -,

buffer as much from distressing I hold .and women's work and i

kidney. and bladder troubles as .. other special departments of if VIA C:rLT 21 EOUE3,JACKSONVILLE. TO WASHINGTON.C. -:.

ONt 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO tn:7: : YOH:= .
,
tho men.' The womb is situated Bear tie The Kind( You H3T8 Always Bout unusual interest. "

tiignatnreof # # We offer this unequaled '1'If'' ....
back of and close to the -.I- -
very I, and THE FLORIDA Belli VciMDOled Train composod of Latest Improvers Pullman Sle ping Ca" and IIotl D sing .'*
bluddrr, and for that reason any newspaper Cars through without chang to Washington,Baltimore, 's .
Schools. : SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together Pbhudalyhls,New York and the Eaat.!:
Statistics of Public
distress, disease or inconvenience J Jakonvi11
one year for $1.50 .
manifested in the kidneys, back, According to the latest The regular subscription : THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE- ",.

or urinary passage is often, by figures' which can be obtained. price of the two papers is $2.00. TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AriD NASHVILLE. ?. ?

mistake, attributed to female the number of pupils enrolledin .

weakness or womb trouble of some the public schools of the -DRUG STORE.- AND Through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to

Cincinnati via Asheville, Th-cuzti tl:
ru rt. United States' amounts to 14- THE .

The error IS easily made and LAND OF TtiE SKY.
370,078, or nearly: 20 per cent .
*
may be as easily avoided by setting of the nation's population. For doHCed Inr.rmatJ'7'\. to nU&'IC eJlliu. *:..ptog car r rraMaa5. ete., a'P.y to *
urine aide for twenty-four hours;. JITI&KIWI Ray.f oal.f ht Soczujjur Eai. .WAY or iu vonneotioas. .
Out of 400,325 teachers
sediment or settling is evidence .
a and bladder employed, 130,369 are males L. A. 8HIPMAU, Florida Past. Ajt; 313 West Bay Street, JacksonTlIJa,: 1''. .

that your kidneys 1. H. GULP. W. A. TURK, S. H. HAP.DVIor,

need doctoring. If you have painor and 369,456 females. The The Tru.e MuDuger. ens t"LiiIct... lag aea.Ps: A-,
'WMhlnictoa.D.d wa.tnjsw: D.a Ata its.G*.
dull -selling: in the back, pass average monthly salary] paid to J. L. GASKINS Jacksonville May 2, 189?. >

water to frequently,' or scanty. male teachers is $47.37, ; the .... -- --.- -.--- -

supply with smarting or burning: average monthly] salary paid to -DEALER IN- Tampa and
THE POMONA NURSERIESNEW
<., -these are also convincing proofs female teachers is $40.2The DRUGS MIMEDICINES, Key: West f

of kidney trouble. If yon have number*of public school housesin STARKE. FLA. .".. Railway CATA1898! t tt

doctored without benefit, try > the United States is 240,968, WILL BE >KEABY TO MAIL BT OCTOBER.One .

Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot the r'l Physicl ans'Prescrii>t1ons Carefully Compound- A North wrtt follow of ear 1897 c talerae -
? party a
and the value of all the public *
ed at all hours day or night. : M\nilr0a pause send 11M a copy of your 4
.. Itiducy remedy. The mild,and and ..lo.W K.rery C* .lo* e. I lied a cwpy."t
school property aggregates have loaned it. I find *> vaay lU rc-.tI.Z' ;
the extraordinary effect will!! 'sur- South LineThrough <:: thi.ga it that I : $455,948,164/ cost of public 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE iti .
r 'prise you. It stands the highest Our new i& S Catalogue will coatsin all tlic '
school education in the rood feattirra OhM 1191 atalefae btstde"tn ny
for its wonderful cures.. : If you : :. sew ones. Fullr lUaUrated wtk miany sew '
take United states per pupil is $18.- the ,, Photographic View We offer a full tae .l i
take a medicine you should .. Fruit andOra.a iutalTree.aa4attrntsa4spt.4

t the best. At druggists; fifty cents 92 annu. ly. l HEART .. to aUtft'a ptaatlsg. Cata1o&Vrce. .t.4i4rtM .
: THE GRIFHIf BROS. CO. t
'. and one dollar You may have a These figures do not include "'" 1Cn-Nt'" M* t tPr.nh.
MACC1 ZTliT. il.

free mail receipt off of learning which are COPYRIGHTS &.c. f .
gent by upon ..
Anyone sending a sketch and descriptIon may FLORID -JOB PRINTINGBring WE HAVE NO AGENTS.
to without the aid' of quickly Mceruin oar optnton tree bother an
cover sustained
three two-cent stamps .. Invention U probably pat atble. Connnnnie k aa aVeate,1 Dot IMp from oor taeuntf a&
wbolMale KUp ojr-. .
Patent priow.
Handbook
tionB strictly confidential. on -
cost of postage on the bottle. state"1 appropriations. Evidently Beat free. OldeM ;ency for. nrtn*>atnt*. KM wb. re for Vllft'f"r. '
: taken through ilunn & Co. rocerrerperiol fretett both way tt oat aacw
SEMIWEEKLY is.niaking : Vitent In the it to THE Ai'VOCATK 'ffic factory. 109etyl ** ..
V f'If Mention th&FLORIDA 11 tliis country rapid notice charge Write the General Passenger C&n1ai'l! .' to ylasot
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*' ADVOCATE nud send your ad- Scientific Jlm rlt"n.A Agent for Information.W. Harseae. Bead cta.
I educational progress ; although, WE CAN DO IT ,fr for MS pace cataio* w ,
r dress to Dr. Kilmer Co:) Bing-' r handsomely tBnstrated weekly: I-anregl rir- B. CUFF Gea'l Snpt. AS YOU WANT IT- /* ZUJurUe'.R1: ua h. .
The ofIhifi of course, there is still marked t'Ulatton of eolenttfe'onrntl Terms.$3 a WHEN YOU WANT IT >aett. !U1a,t4A.
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oil ;NE\\ FLORIDA 4 1 1I ; ,
NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS RAILROAD. PERSONAL NOTES. .
Mr. Charley Hill, 'of '
1 f I one Lawtey's :.;:. :.: C:_.:: "", ._. "., ;;;:-;;.. : i
popular in' I/I#" -.P"-" '''iiiI '' _._ ,._. ;, c.:.
I --S It is to Connect Tallahassee Mr. 1'. R. Sweat'visited Lake Butler I young men, was, the city -" '' ,--- -e_ e: :L'w _..>
n Monday.Mr. -
1 week. '
GATHERED IN CITY'"AND NEIGH- With Jacksonville via last tf

BORHOOD. Starke. .Mr. Cl :\s. Eddy, of Waldo, was In. .. Jerry, Moore, a prosperous. To CASH

,I ,A special dispatch from -.Way- town Friday. streets farmer Monday.from! Theresa, was_ on -our BUYERS )j jAVo -- rr -

ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT i&PECULIAR. cross says R. G. Peters, a millionaire .Mr. B. ]f. Talbolt, of Waldo was 1 > .
i in town Miss Ida Terratus, who has been
Saturday. .
capitalist of Saginaw, Mich. arc out .
,
visiting ,3Irs.. Barney McRea, left I : closing, our i
Weather Forecast. has purchased the interest' D. G. Mr. O. Haynes, of Hampton, was .Monday for"'her home in Jackson- entire stock of .* . .
r In town Saturday. ",
Ambler in the Atlantic, Snwannee vlhe.At. -

Fair to-night and Wed- River & Gulf ,Railroad, and the Rev. Alford, of Long Branch, was conference of the Baptist church Goods

nesday. } line will be extended. The company In the city ouuday. last Thursday night before prayer Dry Clothing, Shoes, Etc., -

will build an ,extension from 'Mr. B. Williams of Hampton, was meeting, !Ir: Claude". Alvarez, was r
Old for sale at this office.
papers in our city Friday. unanimously elected
Starke to Jacksonville and from organist for theyear In fact everything have in

How about those. band concerts Starke to Tallahassee via the Talla Judge Malphurs and wife visited 1898;if". stock., and we will sell goods .

in the park? hassee, Carrabelle&Gulf' Railroad. New River Friday. Miss Emma Horn, "a charming

The line it Mrs. Capt. Burrin, of Lawtey, was young lady who has been 'visiting At Prices That Will
The electric lights will soon be. as stands to-day, is over shopping here Friday. Mrs. E. E. Johns of this city, left for Surprise Our People +

shining in East Starke. i thirty miles long, extending from Jacksonville Sunday where she will
Starke to )Ir. R. M. Williams, of Hampton visit friends.
a point west of Alachua.
There wore 52 crates of strawberries was In the city Friday. A visit to our storo will con-
1 shipped from ] To connect Jacksonville and Tall&- ''Mr. C. M. Wlnberly a prominent '* vinco you that we mean just
this'place
haseee Mr. Wm. Alvarez, of Water Oak, citizen of what
via Starke only one hun Macclenny, was in town we say. Respectfully,
Saturday. was in the city Monday.Col .
dred yesterday. Mr. Winberly came hereto
miles will have to be built.

There were forty-eight guests G JO. Tcmpsett is superintendentof C. L. Peek made a business trip. purchase horses for a livery stableat ) I N HACKETT
to_Jacksonville Monday, Macclenny. W.
registered at tho New Commercial the road with headquarter at .
t!, last week Starke. Mr. N. W. Hackett made a business I !Ir. Arthur J. Doyle, representing ,

)Iii. -Metropolis.Wo trip to LaCrosse Friday. the firm, of Uedemann &,Co., of Jacksonville StetrlseFOR, Flao -
t
When you'see a stranger on the have heard a rumor of the was in our city Saturday

Our hustling sheriff; S. B.Denmark, i .... ..... ... ....... ..... ..... ..... ...... .
streets know lie is above before but could re Mr. Doyle entertained a number of .. .. ""' ""' .. .. "'" E-.Jr.,.,.,.,.,-. .Ir. ._., -.,-- -, ,
a commission get no
you may visited -.-. -. .-. .-.- -.-.- ____I __- r- ;
Hampton .-. .
:,....::10.. liable information Friday. his customers in McMurry's grocery ._-,- -_-_ -_----,.- --.--,.--.,.,-. .-_.,. .,.M.,.l.O.a .
Jl : man. concerning it -- -
;"i Mr. R. R. Denby, of Gainesville, store Saturday night. by performingsome
The
f Mr. Elington, who lives near does above, though, coming as i it I; was on our streets Friday. interesting slight of hand tricks. J

Temple's Mill, sold his strawberries from headquarters, makes us Dr. A. L. Scott made a professionalvisit -. -

;; for, $8.00 per crate here :Monday. believe that the report is true to Hampton F, iday. Millions Given( Away.
; Such a road would FIRST-CLASS. JOB
fV' Saturday was an unusually bU8J bo undoubtedly! **s Ex-Governor Flemming passed It is certainly gratifying to the PRINTING
'
a paying investment and i it i through the city
yesterday.
public to know of
,:=; day with the merchants here:? Tie one concern i in
/? ; clerks : would give Starke a genuine boom Mr. C. M. Sparkman made a business the land who are not afraid to be BRINg YOUR WORK TO TIlE OFFICE: OF THE
: were kept rushing all day It
would shorten
the distance to trip to LaCrosse

.. ',_ 41 long. / Jacksonville considerably and it i :Mrs. Lynk, of Lawtey Friday., is visiting generous. The proprietors to the needy of and Dr. King's suffering. FLORIDAm)*( SEMI-WEEKLY S 1 ADVOCATE -:

.; Mr. E. 'V. Driggers sold threehead would open up an entire new. Mrs. J, DI. Truby of this city. New Discovery for Consumption,

-K of fine horses Monday Mr section of country. Let us encourage LRev.I Benny Davis, of LaCrose, Coughs and Colds, have given '"

Driggers is making room for new the building of it by al i] was visiting in Starke Friday. away over ten million trial bottlesof '"- WE PRINTCARDS -

tock.. means. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright returned this great medicine ; and have .

Justice .of the Peace, Geo. A. The Sheriff in Luck. to Gaineville yesterday the satisfaction of knowing it has CARDS, TAGS- ,

Gardiner, married a colored coupe]e i Sheriff Denmark Capt. Geo. Tompsett made a business absolutely cured thousands of CHECKS, LABELS,
was the hap- trip to Jacksonville Saturday. hopeless Asthma TICKETS, .
Monday afternoon at the Cour cases. Bronchitis I- BLANKS
pest man in town last His *
.J house. Friday. Mr. A. J. Kite, Lake ButlerV fearless Hoarseness and all diseases of> ENVELOPES OIRCULVRS' ,

happiness was caused by him finding I- marshal, was in town Friday. the Throat Chest and Lungs are BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS; x
Rev. G. T. Leitner $037.59 worth"of
preached an script and Capt. H. S. Grimes, of Waldo, was surely cured by it. Call on J. L. NOTE HEADS, I LETTEIt HEADS: :
interesting sermon to a large con- capons that he thought lie had lost. visiting his in the -
parents Sunday. '
city Gaskins
last A :Mr. Druggist; and get a trial ETC., ETC., .ET(). .
gregation Sunday at the Bap- year ago Denmark had bottle free. Regular size! 60c. and

tist church. Mr. J. G. Alvarez to lock the Mrs. Wm. Grant left Sunday for $1. Every bottle guaranteed WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT "
or
The time of preaching at the money in up in his safe. The moneywas ; friends.Fernandina 'where she will visit price refunded. REQUISITESSldlIC// a largo envelope and Mr. /
Episcopal church has been changed ,
from Sunday afternoon to Sun ay Alvarez placed it in a pigeon hole Rev. Holeman preached an interest, To the people of Starke and -TO- 4/ Good Paper;;? '
back in his safe. Sheriff ing sermon at the Episcopal! church "
night at 7:15 Denmark S u u da.. Bradford county, we want to lay Presses,
*GOOD
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*'"' forgot what he did with the money that we have "come to stay. The; WORK: .
i'
", Capt. Ost, the genial.,i J proprietor"of and it ]lay back in the safe untouched l" from Mr.,Lake Sam Perry View,, a was prosperous in the farmer people eeem to think that} we are. Type, ;
theKrJfew> Commercial city
.. boughhis t until last Friday night :Friday. .. as has been termed, a "bird of> 4 (I i"

son a handsomo bicycle las when Mr. Alvarez was looking for Mr. R. L. passage," that coon moves on to \\.t\.11 .: "
Paddy, one of Lawtey's .
+ week, consequently Charlie is thehappiest an insurance policy for Mr. L. D. substantial citizen, was on our streets another clime. These people are :. T" a y

4r boy in town Wall. lIe came the Saturday. J"
across envelope [ greatly mistaken. Our circulation
999 WEHAVEALLTHUWe I -rrr.:........
Master and informed sheriff tMr.. R. F. Lewis is ""'
Guy Alvarez tendered a prominent cite increasing daily and our advertising -
his mark of the fact. When the sheriff zen of Brooker, was on our streets columns
friends after are Solicit
a
young delightful gradually :filling a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
noon at the residence I found that it was tho money he yesterday.Mr. with .
good
party of his up paying .advertisements. -
thought he had lost he \ Tom Boome Office in Poatoffica Building. Call and See Uff.
Tfife a prominent rail
father, Mr.\ J. G. Alvarez, on was If the Starke merchants _;-

\ Madison street Monday afternoon happiest, man in town and set 'em road town Sunday.man from Cincinnati* was in i will give us the proper encouragement .---'", .-.....,.,....... .-. .,.,.,.,. ,.,.....-... .",-, ."'" ....".......... ..........._.
: up to cigars.He we will soon establish a daily ar"" -"" ""," .,,.-,.---. ---.-__. ._-_ .-;IIIfI '-'-'--" '-_'-',, \
Miss Catherine Strong,. Miss I Mr. Bud Crews, a prosperous farmer -
.f. Wanted a Pistol. living near Water Oak paper in the town. It is now an 3f THE C.
Middleton, Percy Eolton and Capt. + was in the ROGERS CO. $
indisputed fact that the ,
Saturday Sheriff city Saturday ADVOCATEis '
Oat played Denmark arrested 'i/ .
an interesting of: \ !
gamo the beat IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, \ !
Chas. McLeod Mr. J. J. Jones newspaper ever published ..
of
tennis on the tennis court at the (colored) on one Lake Butler'ssubstantial \Ii .
in Bradford :T.A.CXSON v.ILLE; :, :E"LA.. \fIti
foot of Call "i* a charge of stealing a pistoltfrom a citizens was on oustreets r county and alfweneeo \
:
street Monday after Oi
noon. *' dai*cey at Temple'a Mill. Charliewas -Friday. is. your support. Can't we -l Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc. ---

.,.. brought to this city and is now Mr. John Clemons, one of LaCr08SC'3 depend on receiving it 1Bucklen's SOLE AGENTS FOR Onr business confined t,) tho j ft
l 1
Starke's Military Company is a behind prison bars where he will prominent citizens,' was in k. Fairbanfc Canning Co. Lion Brand trade only. Orders from con- .' .
town 11
dandy. It has about fifty enlisted remain until he is given hearing Saturday. Arnica Salve. Meats I suraers neither solicited nor de- (lfl J tCanned
j Mr. Robert Wynn, of 8ired. t
and one camp
men they arc pretty well before Justice ,
up Gardiner. When son's prominent citizens, was on our The Best Salve in the world for
in drilling. They were' out Ia.1t asked why helftoo&:the pistol streets Saturday.Miss Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt m Qnotations Made Promptly On APPlicatiOll.q .lR

t- night it being the regular"dm; 1 Charlie ....... ............. .,, .....
: informed the reporter that Lutie Smith Rheum,Fever Sores Tatter q ""' ", ..+ .tI".tt '. .,.,.,.,.,.,.,-.,.,.,." .,.,.,.,.,.,.
of Starke'saccomplished ,
night .. one Chapped ::= ,. :: + e
the
present war scare had worked : young ladies, is visiting Hands, Chilblains, Corns and .

?Mr. Walter Wills is moving his him up in such %state of excite- relatives at Ocala. all] Skin Eruptions, and positively ... ,
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,.
-XS':: LJSJ.t' :
.... .. stock of goods into tho building ment that he con Tg.not resist. the Rev. Hughes Hilled his regular ap- cures Piles, or no pay required. Iii W a.eEO.-: 0

next 1 o'c. AI. Sparkman & Co. i temptation of swiping the 38 pointment at Waldo Sunday.at the Presbyterian church guaranteed! to give perfect satisfaction I R. W. DIXON & SON, D U

'.. Mr. S. M. refunded. Price Z
"-, Alvarez will open a or money
moat rf&rket in the building vacated Colored Boys Fight. Mr. D. W. Pinholster, a prominent 25 cent per box. a GENERAL COfdMISSION MERCHANTS at
merchant of Ward City was in townon ,
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Saturday night at a colored frolicin ;
< by) Hr. Wills. the of Ed business Friday.We For sale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug N t 11)0) and 190 Duane St., New YOl'k. p.
t.f edge town Heminwayand Store. W ,
Oliver Weeks are glad to note that :Mr. C.
Chris Dell Acker-
Isaac Oliver Weeks had
A lively set- crd
Heynols and Richard ..' man has recovered sufficiently to be Southern fruits an Vegetables a Specialty.W S
Reynols wore to. The fight was caused by on the streets again Take your Hides and-Furs to T
before Justice 1I.e JIai.e it RJecalll/ S/rau'berrlclJ and :PCCll'IlCII
up Gardiner Monday Heminway taking Weeks' partner Mrs. J. M. Truby and charming B. Sweat. He will pay the high- fn Tlu'ollY/Wftt the Ellfil'e rnu.. DQ

.. afternoon on a charge of fighting away from him. This enraged daughter, Miss Eva, visited friendsat est market price for them. Don't == REFF.RExcE.-Irviug National aDk, Xl'wYorkand Vommera -
at a festival in Little Africa. Weeks, and he immediately invited i Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. : dial Agencies. r-
fail to him before sell PI
see it
as
't *' They were all acquitted.It Heminway put in the yard to :fightit T. L. Woodward returned you Ii; :::'::':5: FO s c.w O'r A Da. E"rC_ !fl

was rumored 1 on the streets out. lleminway accepted the Sunday from.Alachua where she has will be money in, your pocket.

invitation and the fight that followed been visiting friends. ,
( yesterday that a big gun was coming Swan Down Flour, the finest in A. A. JOHN$; "
was fast andJurionsand; had it Mr. A.: B. Scruggs handsome
through here on the the White's
at
evenirg
not been stopped by out-siders young express messenger, left Sun- city_ __ Grocery., r# SlARKIJ, FI A., w::.
freight train I
en *routo" to Tampa. day for Jacksonville. H l1 l\\
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vould have resulted in
Several" people went! "down, to see bloodshed. Mr. E. M. Thomas, who has been NOTICE. et..in taple and Fancy Groceries '

"-.-t'jo mo'nstcr but they were difeap. Starke is not a boom townbut sick for the past few days, is able to There will be a public sale of unclaimed express : :- c .
pointed as the faued to !(t- be on the streets again. packages lu front of the Southern Express 'Tj) .4fr
gun : it has Country Produce! Ftc.
appear. a steady growth all the office at Waldo;Florida nine o'clocka.
-I. ,
> m. on Saturday April 9 1898 to
satisfy
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The editor of the ADVOCATE time. During the last twelvemonths Mr. Cameron, of the firm of Blanton claims for charges 00 same. 1e
wa many' handsome'residences! & Cameron, of Hampton, was in the found A lIt in or Southern nil such unclaimed Express Company's matter can office tie When mnvaiil-of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices gi is' a

presented with a fine,.pompano atWaldo city on business Saturday. at Waldo. Starke, and- all other principal of- 1'C_ al1''...I will make it to r0t1r.adv3Lltag.W.DRIGGERS -
Friday tl of have been erected and several more flees in the State : ..,
by e'prinee. ; Mr. N. D. Wainwright, of Gainesville S.J. KEH3ABD:" ,Jr.,Agent. .
good fellows will be erected in tho" 1ear, future. -
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Capt.
Temple, was shaking, hands with his -
of Cedar ICey. The pompano, is Its business liouscs are -nearly all 1 an friends here Friday. EDWARD. MDDI. J- ,.* -- x
; TON ,
,, the,finest b ri ck- merchants solid *F. "- ,
are .
food fish that .
swims and '
.. ::, .l Mr. M. O. CoggIns, a hustling commission ;"1
.%. at supper tim:.', the gift 'vas In fact there is not a better town i man from'" Pitt bur is .. LIVERY: SAIE AND -FEED! STABLES .
in the Successor to Andrews&MWd1enon.i s
State
+ h.- more especially! appreciated.Mr. than Starke. registered at the New Commercial. ; E


.l ,' L W llubbard, City editorof LOST.-On.. Sunday afternoon one Bartow Ma]. T.in E.:re=Buffg POJse.to.n left. ."Saturday t l"gra.m'tlaying for. PROPRIETOR OP .,. )))' -- .8m. ....'.,"-,'R ti ICE. ,. .r T L. ..-- ((.( .. ". ..'fff1.,:.r:, '*.:#\

the Waycross, (Ga.) Journal, Sil\'erDracelet with ruby settings that I daughter, was very ill. : ft ."1>;-:f.1.:,A fo" Jl.
< aid also and small chain attached. *. .- I Sf : Feed and T. 4
correspondent of the .SaTann'ah .Finder > are Livery Sale :"
)+Ir. "E.: H. Mulder returned,home I '
Y : 'Xews,has-been in tho city will ,be rewarded by returning same' from Miami Saturday, wherehe hasbeen I .-- ,' ." 1,4.I Hake a Specialty of ConY (yin,& Traveling Men to. Points. in..the Countryi / :' f

I for.several.. i to ]1gs. E. H. MULDER : t. -.. "
Mr.
days. ;.Hubbard Starke attending the Tobacco Growers .::' -

.. called_ on) the ADVOCATE in the Fia, 2t, Convention :t that, place. ; STABLES... SECOND-HAND HARNESS: AND BUGGIES. FOR SALE. .
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interest of the Excelsior HediciueCo. g Mr. J. W. :Morgan an wife went iliAiail J '
,Aj; party of' young ladies and : ';: "
., of 'Wnycross to contract for I down'to Waldo yestdrday'to! attend "- ... .. ,.
gentlemen ,visited .
Ellarbec's tur- .
: the fui.eral 1 of )Ir.! who '" .
Geo. Euufs
I tome: advertising. )enii::: ririrt :riJdtti ;t.ij'n. :' u Ex A.YE, ; ,, :3:-HAh BUGGIES "TERMSAH38AR3ESS Take Yortt: Nome -
Paper.
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