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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
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Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1898
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SMiWEEKLY ADVOCflTE .. ,




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VOLUME, IV. t STARKE, FLORIDA APRIL 5, 1898. NUMBER 41.J. .

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Official Directories. COUNTY HAPPENINGS' Mr. Webster, a former conductor PATIENTLYYAITING. Washington says : "Consul- FLORIDAMATTERS.I

-I ,on the F. C. & P. rail- ,, General Lee has been instructed -

STATE. __ -- road who a few ,Years ago was to turn the American consu- _

f\ Secretaryof Governor.Wm.State D., J.Bloxham."L.Crawford. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST.AND GENERAL' the "beau" Waldo, is again Knowing> Ones Say War is Absolutely late over to British Consul EVENTS. AND WEEK.TOPICS OF THE

...: : ;:!r"f !Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds. .. shaking hands with his numer- Gollan, and already has made -
Tn-asurer. J. B. Whitfield.,
Attorney-General, Win.,Lamar.; Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. ous friends. All -are delightedto Certain, the necessary arrangementswith Gathered From Oar State Excitants.

Commissioner ofAgricnlture, L. B. -- ....
see. him. Gollan to do so. This is
.. Wombwell. Lake Butler. "
Superintendent of Public Instruction But we will Have to Walt a Few Dayson a mere precaution in case Lee The war department has
W. N. Shcats. April is here and of course
The Candidate. McXinley. has to leave suddenly. He is stationed a troop made np en-
SUPREME COURT. we all enjoyed our April fools.} ,
Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor. When the ;sea begins to rise simply setting his house in tirely of colored men at St.-
Justices, Milton II. Ms>bray, F. B What two did His message Will go to Congress .
: men
Carter. young and thegeese begin to mate, ToDay.WASHINGTON oder. Lee had a conferencewith Augustine. -

COUNTY. not fill their engagements Fri hear the carol of Gollan, who agreed to do
we gentle the Drinks was
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Troy
State Senator, A. Crosby.'v day night? April 3.-The a negro .
Representatives., L. D. Wall! and E. county candidate. 0, he's a opinion almost universally held everything in his power when accidentally thrown from a
P. Ward. Miss Maud Arnold and is full of vain Lee received orders to leave or
spent jolly fellow train and killed near Live Oak
Tax Collector.J. C. Byrd. in Washington to night by
Tax Assessor, '. J. Epperson. Sunday at Worthington visit- conceits, and sees a bosom men was forced to seek refuge on last Saturday. *
Treasurer. E. S. Matthews leading public and ...f .
tluited %
Clerk of'Circuit, Court, Col.! W. F.' ing friends. friend in every man he meets. diplomats is that the crisis will the States steamer Fern The mes.Union and Citizen

Weeks.Sheriff, S.B.Denmark.County -T. P. Register, of Smily, was He. ,asks about your family, reach its climax-early this week, by an uprising of the Havana has given notice to all its '..
Surveyor, R.I'. Ensey. horses and hogs and populace. Lee has not abandoned -
: in your your
the Central City Saturdayon and that the
Superintendent of Public Instruction question Of war or employes that belong to the
shows interest in the hope of a postponement
F. D. Shell. business. a friendly peace will determined within local Military Companies.that "
County Judge, J. R. Richard. children arid the dogs. 0. he'sa immediate hostilities, and '" .
Justice of the Peace for District: Mr. Rolend Thomas, a successful the next few days. Senatorsand if they should be called out for
No. 6, Geo. A. Gardim jovial gentleman, as game- the conference with Gollan is
of Blair in Representatives met and war they will still be retained
Conamisslonere.lut1geT.tmIln planter was ,
Ct unt ... lamb blithesome merely to insure the fullest
Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blaulon, town Saturday. some as a as conferred all day about the upon the staff of the paper at
J. J. Crews, D. W. C'Jyatt.CII as a meadow lark and happy protection of the consulate and
gravity of the situation, and at full
'.** Messrs. M. H. McLeod and as a clam. His prospects are the American residents shouldhe pay.
Y. : the White House the President t'
Mayor, A. L..-von Kirn. i i iClerk. Joseph Kelly spent Sunday in the brightest and his chances be suddenly forced to abdi- A special l'granfrom. to
with
consulted
several
..Goorge Gardiner. i membersof cate. Lee will stick to his Washington dated the 2nd
friends and post
Hagen visiting and he
Assessor, 1'V.. Sweat. they are sure, spendshis his Cabinet and other
Treasurer E. P. Duncan. relatives. freely and helps the con- until it is folly to remain long. just, says that after careful and;
money fiiential advisers the
Mwrshal, J. P. Benuet.Nletit regarding er.
Polic J N. Joms. He churchon | thorough investigation: Ktho,
Elder J. B. Crews preachedan needy poor. goes to
that he
to ;
messnge is preparing
Aldermen, F. R. ,Morgan Edward and >
officials have
"i; I I iddlet un, J. M. Truby, N. W..HacU-: interesting sermon to an Sunday and his pious traits send to Congress.At What Will Ruin Us. vV, army navy '-

'il J i,!! .,,'_ :.. ett and J. W. Hicks..- appreciative. audience Sunday "appear, but when it's necessaryhe the State, War, and Navy Neither a system of absolutely selected Tampa. us the base of .
for the I
supplies certainly-ap-:
will then the beer.
\ r .set up free trade
'' nor a systemof
ChurchDlrectory., morning. building active work was goingon
preaching war with Spain.
Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor Miss Merle Smith one of 0, he's a buoyant, sanguineduck and altogether it has been a outrageous custom duties !

Services every 1st, 2nd and 5th Sun Guilford's the jocund candidate, he day of suppressed feeling. can ruin this country ; nor will Jacksonville i is to be well
most charming
young
,, ; day. Prajermeeilnij everyGcdnes-
day evening ut 7 o'olocU; Sunday ladies, was in the Central City starts out early in the morn No definite day has been yet gold standard or silver standard fortified so dispatches from 11
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l t o'clock.school eveiy Sunday morning at U Saturday: visiting friends. and stays until it's late, his announced for the message to Republican or Democratic Washington say. Four big:

patient wife unlocks the door it. I will be 'planted at the
guns
mismanagement destroy
Baptist, Rex G T. -itiior.' pastor. reach Congress, and all that
.Services every 2ud and 4lh Sunday: Wnldo.Mr. and with a look of pain, she seems to be certain to night is All these, temporary misadventures mouth of the river and several

l Prayerutertiitg iujf. ; 'at 7 o'clock. every SCTnday Ihursdayeveu-t scftooi: every ., M. N. Geiger and family says, "You needn't lie'to ine, that it will go in to-morrow, oruesday i the United States will torpedoes will be put in tiiu

l Sunday morning at !OTJ'J). o'clock. visited Melrose last week. your leg's been pulled again.Ex. ." o"ercomevictoriously.- There. river. The guns and torpedoes:

Methodist; Kev. J. A. llondry, pas is which ruin her have been shipped already and ,
tor. Services every Sauday, morning Mr. James Weeks, of Savannah What the message will one thing can .
and cVenln Prayermcetiug+ ev and'must ruin her they will be- put in place as
: G t., was in town last recommend is a matter of con namely,

eryyedneaday Sunday Kchoui) every evening'Sunday at: 7 + morning ci< ck.- week. It you have anything to do, jecture as yet, but one thing is the irreparable ruin of her sqn as they arrive at Jackson .

at. 9:30 o'clock.Episcopal do it at Don't sit down vine.
r & .once. i forests. Already are we feeling -
certain Congress wiU'not be
Mrs. C. H. Furman of Fairbanks
Rev. F. R. Iloleman, in the chair and lose
rocking it in the increased
held down longer and dangerof of the State are
clergyman in charge. Services: everyEnd was visiting friends here any any papers
t and 4th Sunday afterno-anu 3-:;u three quarters ol an hour in floods frorn the upper tribu- ,
.. last week. within a few hours after the urging the removal of the
Suuuf
o'clock. school -
Suudiy< (
every
dayA ternoon'ac 2 o'clock. dreading the job. Be sure thatit message is received a resolutionwill taries of the Mississippi, the Capital from Tallahassee to amore

;; Mr. Dondo Hicks and sister, will seem ten times harder prevalence of drouths
Christian, no pastor at pre-ent. be passed recognizing greater central location. Jacksonville '
Prll'f'rmettlng every We lne*+lay Miss have returned from than it did first. this '
Daisy at
Keep from
denudation of ,
evening at 7 o'clock., Sunday school Cuban.independence, and armed resulting Ocala and Gainesville all '.
every Sunday morning. at 9:30: 0'- Morriston. motto : Be on time in small ,forests and the evident climatic wait i-
intervention will follow if the it, but neither one has:

olook. -- Miss Annie Coulter was things as weli.as great. Habitis Spanish government don't like changes going -on h, throughout offered to save. the State the .

# Lod-ca. quite sick last week, but is reported everything, The boy who is the course of Uncle Sam. the entire borders of the United expense of removal], conse-"**"

Starve Lodge No. 31, K of P. meets behind time at breakfast, and States. Take in
better. a glancEback .
GLAD TO SEE OLD GLORY RUN quently we are willing to let
every Thurfuay; 7 p. in. at school, will be sure to get history and learn from other the capital remain whero it is
UP ON THE NEW CRUISER.
\V. E. UUXCAN, C. C, Miss\ F. Belle, of Starke, was
in the of at least for awhile.
left
J. R. DJLVI, I K. of It. audS. on a visit to her brother and important things LONDON, April 3.-The countries. Mesopotamia, Egypt

Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. 4 A. M., family Sunday.Mr. life.If yogi? have a chronic cruiser which Lieutenant Com- Syria and Spain warrant by The governor of Kansas has;
meeting every Thursday Lelore the habit of dreading and puttingoff their the truth thata
Srd Sunday 7 p. in. mander Coldwell, United States own history received a letter from patriot,

\ F. )uLPnvRs, W. M.W. '\V. R. Coulter, "a things, make..a great effortto naval, attache here, purchased country, if it does not'enjoy who offers to enlist as a private.
MEACHAM; Sec.MayLodge "
N.
knight of the Grip, spent cure yourself. Brace upl I yesterday afternoon from the a moderate climate, is lost, He says : "I see you say that (
No. 10, I. O. O.F., meets
Sunday at home. Make up your mind that you tying lost its woods. We are
has for
every Tuebday 7:80 p. m. Thames Iron Works, and over everybody spoken a

W. N. MK.ACBAII L. W. KICKLITEC, Sea N. G. Miss Grace Deane is home will have some back bone. which he hoisted the Stars and drifting in the same direction place as colonel, Now, I don't "

+ from Gainesville where she has Don't be a limp jelly kind of a Stripes, was built by the Thames rapidly by the wanton destruc- care for any title. Just makeme

.. PROFESSIONAL DIKECTOUY. bean visiting the past week. person. Depend, upon it that Iron Works, for Peru. It was tion our forests all over the a plain, everyday privato

..... life is very much as you makeit. country. The United States, a nd.give me a canteen filled with
Mr. Dewitt Ellis, of Jackson- finished during, the war between
The first to decide is the fighting brand of whiskey,
thing ,
climatic condi-
with
J L. OASKINS, M. D., ville, was in town several days Peru and Chili, and the British extreme and I'll be satisfied." .
what to make it. tions will be ruined
are going quicker
you ,
VPHYSICI&H ... Government would not "
AND SURGEON, last week. Watch out boys.; permit,
than other countries if forest
The next thing is to take off Prince Leopold of Eekrnm,

STAKKE-, FLA. Mr. Edgar Dupree, of Jones- your coat and go to work. it to leave on account of the destruction is not prevented.This who is traveling through this .
law.
Office Qaskla'd DruK StOl e, ville is visiting his mother, neutrality is a subject that demands '
Make yourself in cognito. arrived afc
i necessary some- country
The cruiser has been entirely profound reflection from all
r .. A L. SCOTT M.kD., and sister, Mrs.<. W D. Seigler. ,where. There are thousands of refitted during the past year persons in every section of the St. Augustine last Friday, from

L t, -' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONSTAP.KEr ,-" J. C. Porter, of the Baptist boys and young men in the and modernized: at an expense country.The Jekyl Island, and registered at

-If.,' FLA. Witness, filled the pulpit at world who wouldn't be missedif of $125,000. the Ponce de Leon as Lieu-

to out of it Mayor of Orlando has tenant Albret of
Philadelphia.
the Baptist church on Sunday they were drop ,
03 u at Qasldn's Dniff Store. The negotiations for pur-
last. to-morrow. Uon't be .one -ofthis adopted a new mode of punishment The Prince is accompanied.. bv--
6 I chase were kept a secret, as
L. STJt\V ART. )L D., sort. Be a power, in your for youthful crminals- In A. C. Harris and two servants,
E. Mrs. M. A. E son has returned Lieutenant Commander Cold-
them
little world and then de place of confining in prison Captain Johnson mId Dr. Selin?,
HOSE AND
EAR ,
EYE
", TdROAT- : own :
from her visit to Palat- well wanted to secure the cruis- all from Phila-
the
he gives the parents registering
S f STARKE, FLA. ka. All her friends pend upon: it, the big world a m
gladrtohave at which
are ; er good bargain, was delphia.A .
-. will hear from option of :giving the culprits a
OCee at Starke Drug Co. her home again. you.ExLieutenant accomplished. The price askedwas
good round thrashing, the only new tobacco companyjias .

'I T.\.Tlt POWELL M D., The Junior {9) gave an ice Barnett Gibbs ,$400,000, but it is under- stipulation being that the Mayor been orgnized in Ocala, to be

::.' .o PHYSICIAH MID SURGEON. cream festival ...in the'b. Opera of Texas, is, noted as offeringto stood that she was bought for requires that he be allowed to known as the Florida Cuba To-

STARKE, FLA. Hall which was a financial as wager $100 to $1. or $1000 about half that amount, after be present and see that the jobis bacco Company. The in-

Ont thirty years experience- In Diseases of i iWomca well as a social success. to $10, that if war is declared the owner had been given to well done. The Orlando Re corporators are Fred C. Buffam,,

and- Draft Chiidten< company.. OSce Starke' i The W. P. & II. M. Society\t against Spain, not a man now understand that there was onlya porter says that the plan works, president of .the Bufiam Loan "
,
... I i. forlorn Volusia County
hope of selling her. admirably.-
in will be killed during and Trust David S..- '
festival in Company
6,AATIr'ESDENTISTe. .. will give an ice cream congress considerably Record.J. ;
D1t..T The price paid is -
"
the Some of Williams United Staaes Comis-
Williams' Opera Hall Tuesday' war. our exchanges ,

.... :STARKE. ,+- r -. FLORIDA. evening, the fifth. All are, are reproducing this ; below When the cost Lieutenant of building. M.:. lioach, of. "Chicago( has sioner and* secretary of the
Com-
most cordially invited. proposition and commenting on i bought Uzeppa, the most beaus Ocala Board of Trade; and L. '
Office at residence on South Street. mander Coldwell raised the s .
Teeth extracted painles-Jjby mesas of local itas a safe bet. tifull island in Punta Gorda J. Medero, the well-known tobacco -
All kinds of dental! wort done.at Miss
auut.laoUoa.> Mrs., Stevens and Am- Stars and cruiser
Stripes over the -
reawn&We=charges i harbor. He purposes to improveit expert of that city. Thn
t. brose have returned from Win which he did most informally i '
mHOS.Y. K.Btroo, The Chicago Tribune says by planting all kinds of trop- capital stock is placed fit $ 0-, '
ter Park. They. report the \a8 of last resort the and without his uniform, 'a
the court .
,
Attorney wid> Counsellor! at Law ,t"f'" ical fruits. He is general mana- 000, divided into 500 fihaivs of.
i ,: convention a grand success ,
decided that crowd of English sailors on hedocks'
people have Spanish -
ger of the consolidated streetcar :$100 each. The objects a*
1 8T1RKE) FLA; ,180* delegates being present.iliirs. domination in Cuba must cheered. heartily, The line of Chicago, a corporation stated in the articles of incorporation ,

J' ,, ORee, at Residence" on Cinry street Roma LaBarron and end, and woe betide the money- cruiser will coal and provision representing $90,000,000.. .' are to jinirbanc l : and .

c. IVENBEY. her two little daughters of politicians tomorrow and sail on Tne r i improve lands for the ..
.. B, CIVIL ENGINEER. the State gOWiDg...
: hotels of ...
jThe big .
'- i Palatka,. after apleasant.visitto and thahesitating i public day. and ,cultivating, ,of t tol&re&ftii]-

:CO.UNT'. Y.-SURV- EI OR. her sister, Mrs. G.. W. servants: who seek"to prevent> LEE READY TO LEAVE HAVANA.s .. ;are closing aev]' : for the season,,andtItf cureAbJ1y! sell' .and 1 gets-. re. tug.. ?:, k" -

Toresstoaal)'Dra vlDf. DIne Printing. Estl- Strickland: returned.home last them front carrying out their NEW .YPRK .t\.Pril 4. ..t: *s s -r*.,visitors tsftt*are,rnstldthelrtorthern.homed. baccoxfor.marset: ;"and rrlaltuftrat' "
1i ,mates of work larufcle X on applicBlC a.w3. ,., .' i#
I .' -" tune tobacco and ,
x r .. .0C- net with! C"L.rtck.ec' week i iV verdict" !1"', "'",'; .'. .A_.*"''..**...,. ,.a,;J:;:.",.ectal.to.... xi' .... ;>'t"..,:e JiI:, 0 ;Herald.'., -." ,, ,". f.om,,'". ,.....";.,-.r..',..'..,,....... 'oIt1'. 1 .,,. ', .- ciz;ra.
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Florida Semi-VI cekly Advocate Defending:: tho.VolvetBean.Mr Bladder Troubles.The "Rheum'a(

AID S. Mor'emant one, of My wife has

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS the best informed,orange rOw- bladder-was creatfd! ',for: cne Pain, Balm for

-AT- ers' in Florida, in the current purpose, namely, a receptacle for great,relief, np !

STARKE, FLORIDA.. the,urine,and n.such'. it is not liable : :as a splendid '
number of the Florida Fruit
'to any form of disease except matism and
I
Entered at the postofflce at Starke Florida. Grower.defends the velvet .bean I .
as second.class mail matter. wh'ich by .one. of two ways. The first t for which 'w ,. i -'
against attack it
an
way. is from imperfect action-. nble.-\\'. J. : '

ONE DOLLAR, A YEAR. :seems h ..dbeen previouslymade the:kidneys. -The second way" i N. Y. Mr. Cu"

/ I by the representative of from careless local trpntmt"ntIf !le'ading'
r
,/ ( TEXAS R' HODGES the Bradley fertilizers. other dis..as.ps.S.lil'IPLE. and! one of the r

\ EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Mr. Moremon says : "Cow SENT FREE. men in this
t
t peas and beggarweed both Unhealthy urine from unhealthy pin, Editor { S

\ Advertising Kates. greatly benefit land ,on which kidneys ie the chief cause of bladder For sale by J. L.

Our advertising rates will & as reasonable they grow. But the velvet 'troubles. It corrects freqm-nt t ,
as consistent with keeping up a good news-
Some of thin
paper. It is the purpose of the publisher: to bean so faroutstrips them 'that call I inability to hold urine ind ( p.

'issue a clean.attractive newspaper with only no practical farmer would return scalding or stinging pail in passing : have: found! a .
such a proportion of advertisements as will
Insure that all will be been and read, and none to them after fair trial of % it, nr bad effects following use stroying cut !

Irarled behind a mass of others. Rates will the velvet bean. of liquor, wine orb er, and over-: are so pleased\ : : .
be uniform and will be made: known on appli- -
cation. I had planted last yeal"SOme.thing corned that unpleasant necessityof : that- thev ,

_.. ....- being compelled to get up publish it so .
like two hundred acres of
California many times during the night to'urinatf. (
, experienced a profit thereby. :
beans in orange [ under
heavy earthquake last Thursday ; groves Th mild and xtranrdlnal to mix: wheat: :
my management. I never sa+vtrees'
) "ffect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
night. Several buildingsin Paris :
green
better
look the whole sea-
Root is realized. It stands
soon
San Francisco collapsed but the rows of '
son through.}' There was no the highest for its wonderful cures::
no one was killed and only worms eat :
production of inferior fruit. of the must; distressing! cas*s. .If

,few people injured. The x! ;:h.lck There was no turning yellow of you need l a medicine YtlU !should sweetening complHi, : ::fji : ;t r.

was felt nearly all over the have the best. At drnggisth,'ty '
leaves. There was no wilting. Htruetion.' i : )
State. and $1. You have u amplpbottle .
The color :and growth ci foliagewere may cheip: but \ .
and p-implrlft, both sfree } I
Plant: !: City( Co
superb. The fruit mail receipt of thre--
pro- liy itp'n :
McKinley's stand for
peace duced was of excellent quality.I 2-cent stamps to cover Cst of I
411 Beauty Is
"" at any price may be all right, piistage on the hottle. M[ ntinnthp Clean Mood :
- have letters in :
but Congress, which is com- niy posses- Florida 8..m i-,V pek Iy AlwuMtfand beauty without it. :
sion froni several of the'lead- tic clean your t,ood :
send address Dr. Kil
of number of thiscountry's your to
the
posed a great stirring up Jazy
i ing growers and gardeners in mer & C". Biivjlumplon, N Y purities from the
best men, don't seem The this banish pimples, (
the State, which bear out what proprietor p'p'r JT'PI' and that sickly bilio :
to think so, and we believe thatffit antes the gt/nnin sK of t tiia.ff'r) Cascarets,-beauty : +
I say of the velvet: bean: as a gists satisfaction
should take the
matter out
: fer'ilizer for fruit and as a It is said that the pnnriptl I 'ft '('u-e Vtm ,
of the hands of the President.
Take Cisirarets t
stock feed. The of the bankers of the large citiey hive c ;
growers If C. C.C.fall to cure .
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bean have not discovered it to stated to the Administrationthat
? Near,.war, war is all we hear -
now'MKi The entire country is be a fraud, and are still willing war: Sonia necessitate the I

excited over the question. .We to foist it on,to California; issue: of a large: : volume of plpermoney : : "

-, may have War but there is-no !growers or any one else; as Mr. retard the absorption I Ii ,\

necessity for such excitement, Pollard intimates. But we; of greenbacks and utterly i

because a little brush with know from experience that it cripple their: }preparations to ,

Spain 'won't amount to enoughto enriches our soil and feeds our control the currency of the + ;

:,# give it place on the pages of stock and will save us from the country, which ('an' only be Anyone sending, it' 7T'i

necessity of buying fertilizer done by the establishment: of quickly ascertain our f
our hisfor T. This little "squall"vill I InTention Is probably

only serve to show just from :Mr.,, Pollard. The velvet the! European financial system, sent tions Patents free.itiictly Oldest taken oon : '.. \.

,how the people of this great republic --I bean in order to fertilize grove the'' ,gold standard. This is tfcelol notice,without :

are united on questionsof soil needs not to pass througha quite reasonable: and 1 tr. Mr.Kinley Scientific

national honor. ;fertilizer factory to be tagged has considered their A cnlatlon fc&ndaotnely of any lTh .,. .
year: four months JL :
with a card of analysis, and suggestions within doubt-appearances ] & Q.3 : : ,

W. C. Brann, "the Apostle"and priced to you at a sum to meet ; are not deceitful-up Branch Offlce.625 1!
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editor of the.iconoclast, .factory costs, traveling agents to this writing. Northern rl ''''C : '

"' was killed in n street duel with expenses, warehouse fees, telegrams report that "Congress ;
.3 i M .
Capt. M. T. Davis at Waco, transportation t : presidents' salaries is uneasy"-after the receptionof i ;:

Texas, last Friday. Cu Pt. : etc. But upon our soils the President's lukewarm Ii ff I

Davis also received wounds it will grow: and through na- message: last Monday. We ,} t

whicli, it is thought, will he ture's law will transmit from will soon see whether the influence -, "TUB- S T\' / '

fatal. The trouble arose over the atmosphere one of the ele- of the capitalists is aseffective ti tic. !.t / ;
Fitting Price
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publications in the Iconoclast ments plants must have to fee! on a Republican Houseof I None hfzh r. No ,, i
Some
reliable; ;
which reflected the This is Eustis ?
on Baylor upon-nitrogen. why Representatives. T nearly every city ;
I
University. Thus ends the Mr. Pollard hates the velvet Lake Region. | them,or they can I :
I i us In either l
career of a remarkable man- bean. Anything that will SIO Reward $1OQ. Stamps taken. ,.'" I
lent I-
one "who was bold enough to lessen! the. sale of commercial t po6t2 upon. receipt It I S
The readers of this paper will he >::e -A
write and ] what he fertilizer is'his .
publish_ just enemy.I
C
pleased to ]learn that there is at j M : i I
thought.Mr. hove before me a well least one dreaded disease that .

written pamphlet undertaking science has been-able to cure in all j :

Gladstone having been to show that barnyard manure its stages, and that is catarrh. Brightest ladies'! -

asked why he took the American is i', worthless product on the Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only t Invaluable for the

editions of periodicals farm. Practical farmers know positive cure known to the medi- the Hints day, Fancy Home: \

which were also printed in better. This pamphlet: is issued cal fraternity. Catarrh being a -t Fiction,all for 1-
frt
eluding o
a
England, replied "Because I by a fertilizer company. constitutional disease, requires a tion any time.

want to read the American*. ad- Why? Barnyard manure is a constitutional treatment. Hall's t- for sample copy. -
Catarrh Cure is taken : THE : '
vertising. It interests me :as competitor. The up-to-date internally,

reading, and it is one of my farmer will plant the velvet noting directly upon the blood and ). J42-J46 J89 West Fifth '.lli t

mucus surf 'ces of the system, .
means for guaging the material bean, enrich his soil, feed his -. :
the foundation !
thereby destroying .
prosperity of that -- -
country. stock and his !
save money. of the disease and! giving the
pa- The BIGGEST
The answer revealed the scholar 1 1oo

and the statesman., As general Millions Given Away.It tient strength by building up the "" : .o r
constitution and assisting naturein
advertising 'proclaims the prosperity : is certainly gratifying to the I l doing its work. The proprietors THE FLORIDA .5 iS

of a. country, so local public to know uf.one concern in have so much faith in its cu- ..

in the land who afraid l to be THE TWI ". ,
advertising a representative are, not ratiye powers, that they offer Onn r
reflects the generous to tho needy and suffer ,
journal as surely Hundred Dollars for any c:ise, thatit DETROIT :

material, prosperity and busi- ing. The proprietors of Dr. King's I fails to cure. Seud for list of BOTH .

ness condition of the city in New Discovery.. : for- Consumption,, testimonials. AddressF. "' t .,.

which it is printed.-Ex. Cihighs and, Colds, have given J. CHE EY & Co., Toledo, O. FOR : ::: t".
-; away over ten million trial bottles Sold by druggists, 75 cts.Hall's THE TWiCE-A-WEEK

of this great medicine,; and have Family Pills are the best. Introduction.noted writers have : o 't-'
In a speech commending the tation. In short. it
the satisfaction of knowing. it has brightest .and belt
valor of American sailors when No doubt, if war is declared, pains or expense
absolutely\ } curd thousands of its present high w
our navy was much less formidable Florida will be the field of'action Remember.,thnt. -
._ hopeless cases. Asthma Bronchitis this combination
than -it is to and it being so near Cuba bat FLORIDA WEEKLY
day, Hoarseness and all diseases of ). of TH.Faa PRESS, ..
predicting deeds of we' hardly think the trouble ,
greater the Throat, Chest and: Lungs art !

valor ,for them in the future, surely cured by it. Call on J. _L. will be enough to.. injure the A : .

Representative Foss. of Ills., Gaskins, Druggist; and get a trial State a particle ; THE S

.. gave some interesting figures of bottle free. Regular size 50c. and Annual'Year Book -
I was reading an advertisementof CflEBECT, (
the, cost of our. new Navy. ,_,,He $1. Every bottle guaranteed or Chamberlin's Colic Cholera_ OVER 20,000

said : "'Ve' have expended price refunded. BOOK : i
I and Diarrhoea: Remedy in the: If r l .
,
.
the
nearly $375,000,000 for I
Congress has made provisionfor Worcester Enterprise recently, An accurate and : ,;
all I t
naval establishment since 1882. that tells you '-
the construction 'of six which ]leads me to write this. l' will not be a '
: newfirstclass
Educator and Hand
Of this, 81,000,000 has been can truthfully say I never used any roimation ,on ) "' ..
battleships to cost Historical, Political
"
,expended for the construction remedy equal to'It for cole and & Book of Religious
5,000,000. Th'ese.ba battleships cal Directions on :
of new vessels, and $41, COO,- diarrhoea. I have never had to Home and Farm. i '. .
will hardly be ready for use in A copy of this '
000 for'armor and armament of use more than one cr two doses to scribing .
the present troume, but they ditional for mailing
new vessels] making in all a cure the worst case with myself or alL The book will '
ber*25, 189 t
will in all the ..t..
come right just '
total of $122,500,000 for the I children.-\ A. Stroud Pop after above date as ..
.
construction and equipment of same. __"-_:"-.:. moke City,'Yd. For sale by J. markable Do not delay liberal but_ :' 4 .

.. L. Gaskins. limited time only,_
:
..: new vessels r2 ay our navy C'.A.;l3'l': on.: %AtJ.e ? with the publishers. ;:
.
.. 5l hind You Hall AIr1IIS8iiu papers a full year t .
:, ':compares, :favorably: .. with. ,,,thenav Beu .- ; ...T. ""'"" .. .." ," *.., ...,.Kd-To-nao'fo; Fifty Cnt., ditional.a copy of the
; tun" A. r' ': ; ,Gnara.nt3eJ tobacco bibi6 enremahes '
: weak
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Fro.nl'Frost. RAILROADS.F.IUP.SHORTLIHE: RAILROADS.
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FloiiipjRHul California have .1 CANDY : :


.1 past years suffered the .loss CATHARTIC I :: FLORIDA CENTRAL PENINSULAR R.--

of million of dollars from .. -s

damage to their orange groves NORTH EAST WEST Hew Flollda and' Eorlf&urn Air Lias and-FlorMa .Tru .ILe.:


and fruit crops from sudden', TIME TABLE IX KFFECTJAN.23,1393..._ ,

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF 'THINS -3x: ..: .
severe freezes, and it is comingto 3i. ss D ,
Daily NORTHERN POINTS.
be understood 'by the .growers CURE CONSTIPATION DaS Daily Snn Daily ails :fns tE 'xSuaD{ .IDatlf

STARKEFLA.NO1O.daUy 1.1 09p V. Jacksonville..Ar ll 91 .tsp 83b+ .,
in both states that if orange ,.. 4 15-.8. 40 Lv. Ynlee.-.Ar. .,.,.; 8 843 ,-.. 8 36p1 S leaE..?... .
lOt leaves 2.18 p. m.., for oil 0)i..8.. .8 Ar.-Fernandina.-. 8004750p! 730 ..
growing is to be made profitableas : ALL points North and West connecting at Jack- '2'1 .. .... ,?. fUi4 .. ..Everett ..Ar.1109a 65aaI.,..,. 64: .
., ... 630.
25c 5O 315 750 .Brunswick..Lv. 5 b' ,
with for New York. ?
sonville through sleeper
a business some sure protection >>- I DRUGGIS"rS'IRS. 3411 855 .1.11, 1.13a .. ..Savannah... 9 610a. 443 4IS ....
Cincinnati and all la ternicdiate"points.NO. 35i .. 500p1218 ?...,12'OaLt..Savannah..Ar. 921 5003 65t 435.......,.,.

against cold must be _....,_.... ..., .... M ;14. leaves' 5:12 a. m. daily for same .. 833 2R. .. 20'aAr..Fairtaa S C..Lv ., 30b 330., ::3 ...... .
points named above, carrying through deeper 13p.

provided for the trees. On -A. A.: JOHNS' Tampa and,intermediate points to New York.onnect.1Dg 739i..41.7p ,, 4 4aa .Colnmbia.S. C.. 5 1247a.11553.........
,- .' .
at Jacksonville! with trains from 1125a Spartanburg. S. .
this subject, the following ar- .,. 145p '. .A.hevillc. N.C... .205t.-.
-STARKE, FLA., Macon< Atlanta Chattanooga" and all points i13tz 820 .. 915a ..Cbarlotte.N.C., 400atO .. 925a. ..
ticle will be read with interestby .. north and west, .tso. with trains for west 12 .? 936 .......l( 4T ..Satsburr.N.C..2[ 47a SSop...... 317 -";. .>..
Florida, Pensacola, Mobile,-New, Orleans Tex 207 ...... .......121. ".Greenb.ro. N. C.. 1353 737p. 705u ..
the growers of Florida. It lU 31Sa. .. ..... ...... .Danviile.va. 1220a 9: 550 ? .... ,
eat ; StaI> .and Fancy Groceries as. Mexico and California points. .. 600......... Richmond. Va, i200a. 3OOa .. ....
is from the pen of one who i; .llU NO. 13 leaves 11:59 p. m. with connection 45 ...,.. 158a.. .. ,. 340p .. ..Lynchburg.va... 1036 4O p ,,... 340' .., ,..... I I'q
from all points' and dlvWons. Through: sleeper 645a...... .......33. .5 ..Chariottesvllte.. 855 247 153 ,.
signs himself "T" and is taken Country Produce Ftc. from New York. 9 4 Sa .. .... O I5p '' ...Washtii ton. 600 l I Uns ,. i 0 43a .,
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1t033 1125 1 .Baltimore. 500 9423 ? 92&1I .
Jacksonville.Times.. NO. 9 leaves Kh58a.ni. with through sleeper isp .......,, 642a........ 256a ....Pbilaue phis.... 236 720a 65.1 ..
from the i connections from all points north west and '353 ,.... .:..,... 613a .....New York... .. 1210 1".15a ... 4301 ., ....-
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Union and Citizen : j Wlien in watt ofGood Goods at Reasonable Prices give me ,a all points in the state. .. 11001 300p .... .I3octm....... '' rises 58 .., 9pr ,..,., .

',C ll. I will l make it to your advantage. For the best map 'ot the slate, sleeper. CINCINNATIJACKSONVILLE.N"s No g sutrTH ANn w>:7A14u14.baoat0 '
AND
A visit to the rloxtDA NawMacon.
orange groveof other Information call. on or write vo Daly
: Atlanta Dally oRLZANS. Daily Daffy
G. Park at Pierson sto D.GREEN Agent C.hattanooll3.: = -
Kinney, t t. .
Si rke.Fla. o, cinnati Chicago: ; In on .8 00a Lv.Fernandtca..Ar .. 5IOp
..... ..,...
Toledo 9ha Lv.Cailaban..Ar t06pZl
yesterday, was a revelation in- : :ESTA732: : : +IS22 1865.- 0 N, S.PennIngton.T.M. Cleveland. .... t.i: 9-1Op, 92.\a Lv.. Ja<,k..o:1vffie..Ar 130' 336p
LLI I A O. MacDone'd G.P. A.Jacksonvllle. I'. vl11e.and DeuU1t.\\ lO3.1p 95ja Ar...., a.ld11..tn..L1' 8.a.a! SlOp
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deed, and the results of fr.Kinney' I Fla. 115.4p1058a .. ....Starke-------512a 218p ,
i3 i : R. W. DIXON & SON Da I! 15alg Alp v..Jacksunrtde..ir. t35a i 9311p 1233a11 5a ".. ... Waldo... '" 435a 155p1029a
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methods ought to be 1014 Ar..Everett..Lv 630a dSup: ... ... 1.2)p: ti .... IUOpt10p
30Ua .-...:.Macon..... ". llO:! 8 3Ja .. ..! a 3Op ...... .Cedar Key .T. 9 COs745r5 .-' )-
,; heralded abroad for the benefit W GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS .Q).. ......Atlanta,.. Ar tO55T 525& 12ltt.1 13a ......Hawthorne...: 34Ma. l06p
a.: m The A. S R. & G. R. R. '...; 530,:Lv..AUanta..... 0901' 5U.c204a141, p ...:. Ci tra....... : ..\.It! 1Z4OpnJ''t.
of the orange growing community N : ....... ..oN... ",...chattllnoo..a... 5 151 LUlrtp; .".. 1 kp ."...Si1Vet' rings:.. ...._. 120tp, '
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13Up '..Clncinn'\ti.... ,314: "yla 2353 t3tp: : -.Oc a. 20531147.
00' 190 and 19oI Duane St., New York. p. or 1o-aI228p ";...WUdwuod.:.." 1iUaI0I'l2 ._
will .
and this I be
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hope W Departure and Arrival of Trains. ASHEVILLE ROUTE. 5340.. 2 I- ..... Leesburg...... 1132p 1016a
C Cia "... ....
Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville 611 t 3Ip .Tavares 1050p 9503
sufficient excuse for trespassing. : : Southern Fruits?fl ,Vegetables a Specialty. SJJ"e cincinnati and Cbicao.: *9101\343p5t7p..WinterPark..140.1 4 sop -......Orlando ....... 815p 8 30abWpmLv.JucksuaviLe. .

STARKE FLORIDA.NO1 ..... A 910am
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columns. ", ." -
on your ,--- W !: 1.:= 13amLv.! ... .... Savannuh..A 50tlam 509a 3 Up ..Cl.therine..... lI3'io IOlXia..
Specialty I !] i\3J.: 33"p .\coochee. 116fp 047.4
Make.a Strawberries and Peaches
daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. ..... .
Pierson is near DeLand in a tan Ar..L..Co.umbla LV 15 .am 553.1j; 34p! '. ..Dade Cfty.... 1044p 931.
Throughout the Euti'e real. DQ Brinkley and Intermediate points. This train lI amAr...... Spartanbu );r.!' ....... 3 100a. 437p ;.....1'lantCity... .'. 9lp 842.1245p .
that suffered during the connects with the G. S. &F. at SampsonJ Ar......Hender5onv111c.Lr OCpm;? 8100.. 52Up ".......Tampa.Slop BOCa
; region : RY.Fr.RE\CF.-Irviug: Xatloual Bank, X'wYork, and Cnmmer- 1 45pm Ar ... .... ..A"bvllle ... ... ..Lv ...."05pm .
t- unction for Palatka. Macon and Intermediate 35'lpmAr..HotSprlnls..L".1-i6am No.1No_ 2 WESTERN: DIVISION :..0. 1
past winter, and Mr. Kinney'a r cial Auencie p1n points. 7:0pwAr n......Knoxville..........1., 825aIli Dally!Dally ANDNaWORLaAws. l Dally

place is in a peculiarly exposed G() ,, '.'wITE: :: : Fcn sT=CI=.. ': :' S. ETC. NO- 3 Satur, ays and Sundays only. Leaves 45 140aru:>amAr..Lexington..L"Ar.........CinclanalL..... ..L130pm,0 t3pmr 5P;;-:-4' 9.;,.a Lv.- Jacksonv1Jo..Ar. -/"-75:-:-'Pt056pht25a f ... .
5:30 p. m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly and intermedlatepolntsconnectingat Ar..LakeCity."Lv 5.8p.......
83Uam, V.'fncwnarl..A bout .... ..... '......
situation in that Junction. ....T 1235p11213p Live O.1k 515p!
...
Sampson ..
region. -. 545pin Ar..ChlCago. 9OUaU1 2SOp 1'4p'... .M.n... 40t' .......
for Palatka Macon and intermediate points. Big o'our ....
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There is.no sign of frost> about L: ;:rJI-crEL: S ?:: ? it NO'S. second class. Leaves Starke 4OJ a.rotor .830am'L.v..Clficlnuat.' .... ....Ar G35plll .f40a 611a 235 330p t..MonUc"lo.....Tallaha. ee.! ....... 30(0)213p1.! .....
600pmAr..ChiCI1go......... Lv 831.a.m 8ai 1 430pQuincy..;... t 19\)1......
the place anywhere. He hasP LaCrosse. Brinkley and intermediate Mon .n It nu. ....-- N kiai l 515p ....River Junction." 12 40pt......
points. This train is daily except Sunday. 9 u0am' .......Cincinnatl.... ....A 600Pm ......ill OOp .. .PensaeullL. .... 7303 ......
trees now loaded with fruit, Law tey Fla. NO- 2- arrives at Starke 12lo p. m. daily. SOOpmAr.ILv ..:......Chicago.. ........Lv10O0um ....:.I30au[ ...n.......Mobile. I.t2\Ja!.....'.
,. NO. 4. arrives at Starke at 9:30 p. m. Satur. I } enn ylvanla. I ... ...J; 14011 h.New Orleans._" 1-t'Jp .. ....
some 300 or 400 boxes not -
KANSAS CITY. JACKSONVILLE,
days' and Sundays only.
gathered yet and all his trees NO- 6- second class arrives at Starke.5:30: p. Through'Car Line. ST LOUIS. LOUI5\"ILLE. JACKSON
: LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. VILLI:, THROUGH SLEEPER.8tOprLv..Jaek.onvUle. .
Dally Sunday. No. 30 1':0.33
m. except
have been covered with' bloom I ...,.. b5s.at80Op
t GEO. TOMPSETT Gen. Supt. Lv. .... Jacksonville...... Ar. 855am:: .......... .... .. .... 830nu') .
this and he has the Starke, Fla. 1014pa ., .........Everett. .... ....Lv. 63"11.11I" ..:.. ... .Macon ......... .. t IOItCl
year, prospect ;finest Turnouts in the ARTHUR:MEI':;S, Gen.Mgr. 530am ..........Atlanta....... .. 05pm ; ....... ......Atlanta.. ..... .. 1o5ptn
City. Jacksonville:'Fla. 1145am ........BirminjtbamI ; .... ....Chattanooga...... JU\U1
of a very large'crop.. 9 Sop .. ... ..Memphis" ...... .. 630anl 300U.nh'. .........Lexington... .... :O1000am !..'\ m
.. ......Springfield....... 615pr, ... ......Loubvllle......,.. TO.m
This has all been'accomplbh- ramiiers Teams on Short Notice Draying a Specialty. GAINESVILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO. i 3pm .. ........K.nsasCity. .:... .. 1040an( .......S t. Lout. .... ... g ljalll;

ed by keeping fires in .his grove This train will commence; running \Vedaeaduy. Jaaaar' ..19th.SLEEPING !) -
TIME CARD NO.25.
Prompt. nttontion given to all orders.Brcklcn's CAn SERVICE.Nos. .
during the past four years. lIe In effect on and after Nov. 7. 31 and 32. NEW YOi4ii tad FLORIDA LUIf I'riD ViiJTIBULE.: between New VorSi!
n_. ,__._-=--_ ._. ._n and '
_. Jacksonville St Augustine. "
..-- ----- ---- No. 1. No. 3. No. 2 No. 4 -
has gone about systematically 1 -- --- -- Nos. 3o and 30 Fast Mil!!. Sleepers between New York and Jack.soavUle. and the Clr.cl >>
Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily.
Daily ex.
NOTICE. "
Arnica Salve. anti Sleeper via Ashevllie.
every year, and his example Sunduy. Sunday. NOL'ST and 38 carry through Sleepers between! Jacksonville and New York la connection
There will be sale of unclaimed Lv. am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm. with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pulliaaa Sleepers! between Jacksonville! and Tanipu
can be followed .by othe;growers The Best Salve in the world for packages a in public front of the Southern Express express 120 300 t.Gatnesvllle..lI00 11.101'n No.39 carries the Cincinnati a.id F.ond.k Limited with the Tampa,Cincinnati.St.Lout and
310t..MmnleHIll..l0M 653 Kansas. City Sleepers. These brought to J acksonvilie No 33.
office at Waldo. Florida at nine o'clocka. : are by
Cute Bruises: Sorel, Ulcers Salt ., 130 315t..Cannon'sxing.t1055 850 Nos. 1 and 2 the J uclfeOuvLle and"New Orleans Sleeper.
and their grbvesTenderedalmost m., on Saturdl.,. April 9,, 1893. to. satisfy curry
135 :320t. ,.Rooky Point. 1050 645
I claims for charges tUaily except Sunday. uaily except Saturday and Sunday. IThls tmta does not run
on
safe arid : lUieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped A list of ad such uueli same.imed matter "can be 750 335 C....'Vacahoota. 1040 6308OA1 Monday. Sunday and Monday only. Connections* at Tampa for St. Petersburg. r.1.tlatettlUver : :
absolutely 345t.. Flewellens .;:.1030 <120< and Key West and Havana teatners Steamer ""Manatee. for all point! on Manatca
found In Southern office
Hands,. Chilblains, Corns, stud -at Waldo Staike. and Express all other Company's offices 805 3 bO t......Clyatt's... l0'.6 615 river At Starke tor LaUro-sse. At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Conn ct at TaU:eaf e"
there is no patent on'if either. principal. 810 355.....K1l'kWtd.. 10 III 610
.! for Carrabelte. St. Marks and A ilach.icolA.: Connects at River Junction for Chattaliooche
in the State.
all Skin_.Eruptions and positively 815 4 00 t...... Elmore.....:10 05 6 05' River steamers. Connects at Oca.a for llomosas.su. Connects at Fernaudina for Cum')cr' .
The past winter had the S. J. KENSAHD, Jr.,Agent. 811 405t..Tacom .....IOOO 600 land Route steamer to the lauda and Brunswick.All ,
urea Piles, or no pay required. It 820 4101.... Taylor's..-.... 955 555 baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket '> -
most cold of all the past four 8 2. 41St..Micanopy .... 5150 550 office 0. Ilogan: Street, a.s well as! at the Union.Depot ticket office. -f
to give perfect sat 835 4t: t...Tuscawllla. .... 940 543 ';
is guaranteed ) 11. tt. C.xMPJiELL Pmi::>it'ugt'fgcmr.. :- J. E. MARSHALL,
For JOB WORK !
31 430 t.Lake Simonton. 5135 540
years, and he had, to.keep his.'isfnctionor) ,money refunded. Price Try us ts 8-12 35t.. Hickman:.... 5130 bS5 Ticket .\ t 2 d)W tt i-t Bay St., corner Hogan, Ja-ksonville, Fla.WALTER .

fires nine 1 ,hi; 841 4 40 t....Southside .... 5125 530R : O. JU.EM.YN( Gem-rai rruvelmg AgfUt, Jacksonville.
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going nights} texperience ? 25:cent ooh :52 445 t..Dungarvan: ::... 9:0 52.' A. MacDOKNELL Geu Pass.
,
.... per !: Ageut.
.... 902 500t..lrvlne...... 910 515
jfc42st in any .onewin&r. !L WE CAN DO IT RIGHT. .... ... ...Fort Drane.... .... .... "'.
For sale at J. L. Grain's Drug Ar.am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm. ,
' He 'places his little Store. t.-telegraph"tatIons
t.-flag btaUln : t \
piles of fuel between each of THE J. 1' BUNCH. Gen.Pass Agent. SouthernRai1way'- ,
j '
t' When Uncle Sam; last balanced V.J. I1ERLOSG. Gen.Man. I .

his trees has some fat ,pine ..
u Ian ,'his"accounts lie had V}
in each covered SEW YORK WOrLD I
splinters pile, '' available cash balance of J. F. P. McMURRY, l '

over with a large piece to keep DEALER .
:: and a gpld reserve ,
$225,339,138; Adg h I1TE i-T THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
them Going along with a ;
dry.
FANCY GROCERIES)
of $169; 14,4.20. THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. .. '
torch and a' kerosene can an <'
I .. cnottn: t PULLMAN DnAWETO ROOM CARS. DUilUO CAHO,

acre can be fired in a few min- : -I KEEP- COACHZS VESTI3ULED TRAn:3. :
ARE
1'1iOItOUGHF :
Skin Diseases. 18 Week ,
Pages a '
utes. Firing every fourth pile The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.TRY :
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reduced the surrounding tem, For,,the speedy and permanent cure of -. 150 Papers Year ME.- NORTH EAST AND WEST. .:

tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham- -:- -
thermometer
the
perature by berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is FOE ONE DOLLAR. '

about five degrees, every third! without an equal. It relieves the itch. ASK TWO DAILY TA!NS BETWEEN FLORIDA! AND THE EAST.Washington .
and
ing and smarting almost instantly
one reduced it from seven 'to Its continued use effects a permanentcure. Published Alternate FOR
every Day eicept Sunday.
and Southwestern Limited;
and the It also cures itch barber's itch .
eight degrees, firing scald head sore nipples itching piles, TICKETS And tho United States Past MaiL!

whole lot reduced it fifteen degrees chapped hands chronic sore eyes and The Thrice-a-Week Editionof ,

which would be an element i granulated lids. TIlE NEW YORK WORLD is -VIAB Cri7 :21 EOU2S". JACKSONVILLE: : TO WA5HITK5TOTT. .' '

of safety for almost any Dr. Pad 's Condition Powders for first among all "weekly" pa- ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO nEW YQR.:

horses are the best tonic blood purifier pers in size, frequency of publication .

temperature we ever have. vermifuge. Price cents. SoldbjrSteve ] and the freshness
Bolld Vcsttbolod Trains 1"tt"TIf"W'l1 of La'BtIraoroTiylPnllm iTiin !""I'I"1f Ctr ant IZottlTHROUGH INa.

Mr. Kinney firred ten acres accuracy and variety of its i Cora through without change to W" hinact.,,,. &la1us..re.
Brodie, the great bridge 6 PMU oiphia New York and the JuL.!:
t this winter at a cost.of_ less contents. It has all the meritsof Jacltsanville
lie died ;
is dead. on a
"of jumper, a great $6 daily at the priceof -
than 100 ant great many .
train going from Chicago to a dollar weekly. Its political PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE-. "

the who take charge of TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASIVLLLThrch'Sle .
growers New York last Thursday. news is prompt, complete, V ,/

their own groves could do it for accurate and impartial as all its AND \.. .
!
: J3 Cars Daily Jacksonville to
less. This included cost of I have 3| choice lots, right in readers will testify. It is :
Cincinnati via Asheville tho
Through
wood and labor employed, and the heart of the city, that I will against the monopolies and for TIlE ,

of for cash at a low the "LAND OF THE SKY.
he will probably have several dispose, very people.It

figure. For further information, prints the news of all the teaT .
thousand dollars worth of D'erRetIf1H1tnerm.'fe"t M to rate. "nrr-uJnJe H':.f"ng errjnrftttoai. .to., apply to

oranges that he would. not .ro>ply at this office. spondence world, having from special all important corre- JI TT&: XIYi\ ; a"QSol. SucxiL .ut EA LWAT or lu ooan ctlonA .


had. L. 8HIPMAIT, F.orida Puaa. Agl 212 West Bay Street Jackson-rill. ElL
otherwise have news points on the globe. It .
CASTOR I I. If. GULP \1. A. TURK, B. H. B ARDWtox,
' Considering that so many ol has brilliant illustrations, The 'Ira a o Kananr. 0,",. PM Act.. Aut.ReD..Paa. Ad..

our groves are surrounded by For Infants and Children. stories .by great authors, a capi- VMMnJtton May:2; '1897.D.0. \V a.:ngton, D.a AUaU.. 9.


: pine forests, how easy it would Tti9 Kind You Have Always BoughtBears tal humor page, complete markets Jacksonville -... ; --.- ___.._- -.-
departments for the househol'd
and
Tampa ..
hun- .
been to have saved *
have :
theSignature and women's work. and THE POMONA NURSERIES

dreds of them by the same of Ckh other special departments of. Key West HEW CATAlOnQ

1 systematic method, and ;at so unusual interest. Railway a L.OOUC FOR |O7O

1 !: who ,is We offer this WILL BE READY TO MAIL IK OCTOBER
Mr
small a cost. Kinney, The government having a unequaled A North

: resides in Chicago, has his large coal storehouse erected in newsp 'per and TIlE FLORIDA Ipgnc'Will PArty write yo pIareseadmeacopyofy.ar as follows of our .191 eUOn -,

the wood SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together and ,' ; Tkluable Nursery: C. .k>.M.. J had a eopr-tort
superintendent secure Key West. : : -; bare >oases it. I AacS to many l.t"nCl.(
during his slack times, and has one year for $1.50 South LineThrough ': ( o.py.H thugs U it that X tf* not wik. to be wtikool, s

it all ready placed at the,time To the Ladies-A neat t. and pret- The regular subscriptionprice '. .:;",-. 7. to, Oar new 1898 CaUlocM will eonUta all (kit
of the is ., tntllrn of the tti97atatagwebesidea" I
frost.. He has ty visiting card is something that two papers $2.00. .; good say
of approaching the new o>e*. Polly Zll.>trated riffaotorrapbic Ja maar sew
his very lady, young or:old, is proud IJI"dl View We otter a fall fin mt
not only preserved grove, I .p- Frail aDd Ors -eatalTre* also in the tx> possess. Now, \ve have on handaquauty.of HEARTof to Soothers yUatiaa Cataloaae FrBROS. -. MA'. rae
nurseries MDDLETON '
his
but EDWARD <
the very hest 'cards THE GRIPPING CO. :.--
same way. and the etc. for turning out ,ut nt! Matt Pr.Mrb.
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type, .
i0MO3111VB3UIZ3, ir1CC1U1T.13L7
He. has many visitors, who;i as nice and dainty a card as you Successor to Andrews&Middleman. ., ___. .Peach TV.for_Southern__._. _Planter...___._._ ._ ._. . ._.---- ,

to assure themselves of where.Doat .. -- 4
.come .can get any
these facts and the most of PROPRIETOR OF FLORIDA. -JOB PRINTINGWE'HAVENOAC5NTS ".
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.: ; Tobacco Spit ud SaoVe.Tour. Lift Ifraj.To 1 tat titif froaj' cm?.tvaaer Kr '.
exclaiming. .
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them go away < quit tobacco easily'and forever,be ma? .. .
Starke Feed and Sale w lor CZ30 ,*Lyioi M7 a+
How foolish I have been netlc,tall of.We,nerve and vigor! tate No-ToBse Livery, THE AuVOCATE office &1Ii tb..a" ''L.""
Bring it to --
.the wonder-worker that makes weak men the General Passenger ".. :0iJ
Leesburg Commercial. strol:. AH druggists,we or tl. Cure guaranteed. Write IeaIA
Booklet and sample tree. Address Agent for information. WE CAN DO IT .r] >Jb7'MII" ...4 .: >'--
.. '- cJLZE3Tox.. Sterling Reaedj Co.. Chicago or New Yort STABLES.r W. B. COPK[ Gea'l SUpt. AS YOU WANT IT. t. '' 1 sutlprye 1'UO taa::ad3.ra.L r :.. .

t ibo Kind Toa tea Ahms! taught WHEN YOU WANT IT 4|VTRYUS .utrys4ain.oa,
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Bears tt '; Educate!; Tear Vowels With Citsrarcts. G.D.lCKERLYl.6enliPass. LC H S'S3JI. 1r.ilrTlt.eY. 1 ,

.: 4 BipatC9 ': I 1''Candy Cathartic, cure constipation fore fer. NE. 'AM KCOH3-HAN3: : EUSSIES ({ TERMS. '' 4,1. : -.....ea en... rea tr,--,7- .
rgu IOa 'Sr. TfC-C.C.fl\n.d !cLr!' 'tnr". money. II : PI.ftA' ) \t : 3r ; .
ct. 'I",, '. I AR7!! HARNESS, FOR SAIL STRCTLT! ...CASH. ..' : JACKSON,+ ILTjB .r. : / .

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,'-'NEWSY LOCAL GLEAHIHGS. The Ex Draf n PERSONAL NOTES. ent Capt.of the A.,Tompsstt S..!R.& !G,, railroad wjperintend-madea -,;st;J.p.-I.iiJI'AiIp.'%a.%a :rg I ,_.....-,..t :,- _'jiii'p_- -"_olf'Jll1.-..-__--.._..._-" ...-......_.-......""._.-....'""-.--' _-if". _I'.....,..,.."

In spite of the disagreeable Mr. V. B. Prevatt visited: his mother .- .... ..
business trip -Jacksonville!
weather at Hampton Sunday. Yt'-
last Friday evening' a

GATHERED, CITY AND NEIGH: .large crowd, took in the moonlight M..Paul.Canova. made a business! terday. I IIr. To CASH BUYERSj .

BORHOOD. excursion which :was run by the trip to Tampa yesterday.Mr. .- ) Truman Weeks left yesterdayfor '... .... _u i__- -ir i _-_ --_- .- T-TT1' A
Waldo, where he will return to
--- A.". S. R, & G. B'y. to Burnett's, L., D. \Wall made a business his !regular run between Jacksonville -. .' .

ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINEHTifECtLUR.1 .Lake. There must have been trip to Jacksonville' today.Col. and Waldo. We are closing out our .
entire* stock oft t '
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something over 100 people on A. V. Long made. a business Miss Addle Edwards, daughter. of ,I r

Weather Forecast board as two passenger coaches trip to Hampton Saturday. Capt. Edwards of Lawtey. spent Sunday <

were' pretty well pa.eked.T4e excursion Assistant Postmaster J. Brown has in the city the guest of Miss' Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc. ,

I !Threatening weather to-nljjht left this city at 6:30: and parted with his" moustache. Ethel Sternburg.Maj. .3

and Wednesday with occasion returning left the.lake- at 11 Mr. E;. A. Pace, of.Washington,!?. E. W. Peabody, representing
nl showers. __ i: C., was in the city Saturday.Mr. the great and good Times-Union::: and In (everything we have in .
o'clock. While at the Jake the .
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stock and will sell goods
Citizen, was hustling in the interest! we
Old for sale this office. T. R. Sweat was business
papers at young ladies and gentlemen en- a of his.paper here Saturday .
visitor to LaCrosse .
r Blank mortgages for sale at this joyed a delightful dance in the Saturday.Mr. Mr. VC. R. Ensev returned yester- That Will Our :
At Prices
Surprise People.
George Shallcross, or Philadelphia
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office. ; large pavillion. The Victor Cornet day. frouHSaldwlu where.' he has been
was in the
city
.. Band of this city furnished music Saturday. for week working in the interests of
The county school board meets Mrs C. H. Martindale returned the T. & T. Refrigerator Works of '
for.the occasion and played at every << A visit to our store will convince
to-day. home from Philadelphia Saturday. this city':
V that we mean just
station en route. The boys played you

e Mr. S. M. Alvarez has a handsome remarkably well and succeeded in Mr. Daniel Low and wife, of Salem, Dr. Haynes, our popular dentist, what we say. Respectfully. ,
Ma-s., are visiting friends: in this city. 'pent last Sunday in.Florida'a me-
new bicycle. livening things at-all the stations I
up Mr. Andrew Saxon and wife of ropolid. W.hiie there Dr. Haynes :
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Don't, miss the ice cream social i along the line. A quartette Hampton, was in the city Saturday.Mrs. went on board the United States battleship I N : VV. HACKETTCa

at the parklbomorrow night. i composed of several members of Wilmington. .
Williams, of Gainesville is I
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the band entertained the excursionists Mr. Texas R. of : ;
The merchants arc receiving : vMting Mrs. T. A. Knight In this Hodges, proprietor : e9 aDec1aredJ. .
on board the train returning this journal, spent Saturday and Sun
their Spring by the car load. city. ... ..... ._. .................. . .. .
' VV goods) home. At 12:30 the'train day at Cedir Key visiting relatives ......... _-.__._""!''Oo'_"" _-_ _-' ......." "__,- 011I.-..... _.,-1
pulledup Mrs Chm. Lipford of Green Cove and frit-nds. He returned to Starke ._ ._'..P..d..---. =01.d. ...c.5'-'. ;>'{)'_."- _'<_0.0.: .,-. ...... .e: ....'e
The A., S. E. & G. railroad is at, the F. C. & P. depot in this Springs; is visiting re ativea in the yesterday! evening. .. -- -- -'-- -- -- -
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having a fine tank built at Sampson city and the excursionists returned city.
Jim Simmons, who was sentenced
City.A to-their homes The young peopleare Mr A. J..Kite Lake Butler's fear- to 10 years in the State penitentiary

McArthur refrigerator car all eager for Capt. Tonips-ett! to less marshall was on our streets yes- al the last: term of court, was carriedto W ar -

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will be side-tracked at'this placeon run another moonlight excursion to i t>rday.i Albion Saturday where he will be j

Mr. J, E. Wainwright and placed In the convict camps.. .
the lake. family
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the 5th. c:
Not the Government but .
"...- of Gainesville, i is visiting relatives in Mr. E. A, Bowen, one of Lake But- by l N .

It is about time for the base ball "A'word to the wise is sufficient"and ibis city. ler's popular young men, was in the the people should btj more interested ... I.<

season to begin. Boys, when are. a word from the wise shouldbe Mr. Fisher, Liwtey's efficient.postmaster city yesterday. Mr. Bo wen-departedfor '_ in the war . 'V\r : -}> -.. -

to have ? was in the city on business Jacksonville on the evening train.
\re a game sufficient, but you aRk, who are
where he will visit relatives. PRIDES E
Blank turpentine land leases for the wise? Those who know. The yesterday. ON. EI I ,

oft repeated experience of trustworthy Mr. and Mrs. TVnnant and little .. apt. H. S. Grimes, of the steamerAle't G
sale at this'office.. If want
you was shaking hands;l with his
V he taken for laughter are visiting relatives in :. which has been declared at .
any come and see us. persons may Savannah. many lends in the city Sunday. '- '
knowledge. Mr.V.. :M. Terry! Harry says in case of war he will the store
Mr. S. M. Crews ]has moved into Mrs. Win. Ross
of Albion, Fla., fg i -
Gatlin the Alert.
says that Chamberlain's Cough place a gun on ofHODGESJS:

,. :3Ir."#J.' J.>M. Alvarez handsome; cot Remedy gives better satisfaction visiting in this city.Mr. ana Mrs. W. H. Rivers ( J. \N. .

'. tage, near the Baptist ehnrch. than any other in the rmvrket '. A Clever Trick.lIt '

Mr. L. Wynn, the handsome He has been in the drug business farmer Mr., JlmesVibon from Clay county, a prosperous WaS in the certainly: looks like it, but Who says everything must go ""

jpnng clerk at White's grocery, at: Elkton, Ky., for twelve years ; city yesterlay.Mr. there is really no trick about it. to make room for new goods.:

has purchased. a new bicycle. has sold hundred of bottles of thie W. G. Scheveltz, a .prominent. Anybody.can try it who has Lam Ke is undoubtedly

remedy and nearly all other nsurauce man of Atlanta, was in tin Back and Weak Kidneys, Malariu
Judging from the weather indications The Leader of Low Prices
cough medicines manufactured, city yesterday. or nervous troubles. We mea
to-day, we will have some
V which shows conclusively that he can cure himself right away betaking
heavy rains,in the near future. Mr. Ryles, Sampson City's turpentine Why send away for goods when \ '.
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ChnmberlinV: is the must satisfactory -i operator, wa! In the city on business Electric Bitters. This med. be -. :
they can bought just us ... j
Mr. Elarbee, our hustling turpentine to the people and is the best. i yesterday.Mr .' icine toues'up tho whole system: V cheap at home. "

operator, shipped several For sale by J. L. Ga kins. O. C. Stevens, a commissionman acts as a stimulant to the Live ..
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JUST
., large, orders of turpentine last from Philadelphia; was in the and Kidneys, is a blood purifierand THINK ()F 'I ,

week Capt. Geo. Tomp.ett will go to city Saturday. nerve tonic. It cures Constipation I Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, drops.-Trnnksand Valipes w ;w. ,

L Jacksonville in the near future to Mr Ch-is. Odom, of Providence, was Headache, :Fainting Spells Undertakers' Goods, Bui.dfr's: Materials: Shelf l ." .

Mr. S. F. Gardiner has moved survey the route .of the A., S.'R. shaking hands with his many frIends Sleeplessness and Melancholly. It Hardware, Farming Tools! Harness, Saddlery and ..

'. Into the Jones cottage on the & G. railroad into that city. The. hAre \csterday.: is purely vegetable, a mild laxa Bridles, Furniture, Stovo, Sa:-h. Doors, Blinds! .
corner of Madison and Walnut Paints and Oils, ALL GOING CHEAP.
Captain I will come through from Mr. J. B. McDonald, a prominent tive, and restores the system to its ,+.

.streets. ; Jacksonville over the propsoedline 1 buaiutss i man of Atlanta: was in the natural vigor. Try Electric Bit- Fresh Stock of Groceries Constantly lIando .
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\ The 'city council was to ]have on which work will begin in city Saturday.Mr. ters and be convinced. that they I )i -" .

last the future. The :\ Sam Perry, a prosperous farmer I > -:1:
met but to of .
night, owing some near building are a miracle worker. Every bottle ..
from I I SELL FOR SPOT CASH. at cash ps i-es-and: ,.
misunderstanding the meeting,wan. this line will shorten the distanceto streets Saturd.-iy.Clay county, was on our guaranteed. Only 50 cents a : dtrfy competition. t,

not held. the nearest sea port and will
askiii' Slore.
bottle at G Drug
Miss Lillian Chairs, who has been :EODGES.i
benefit Starke in more ways than sr ,
The Starke Drug Company ha visiting relatives in this city, left for

'''o-: made considerable improvements in one. ---...-- Waldo :.Saturd.-iy. Will Davis the negro who was Truby, Sternberg & CO-'B old stand.

the way of adding screen doors to Last Friday a fanner's hor e became Mr. Chas. Si'.hroeder, of Hemstead, arreated and placed' under $10 -- .

N Y., is visiting his .-__. ., '. ..""" ._. .""" .......--... ."" ...... .....
friend .f'II' "
their i Mr. Geo. .P.-'I1I"I_ "" ,, .
the train and "
building.. frightened at Kosel, of this bond by Marshal Bennett last Sat- :1ii ..o;.""' ....-...-.""'"' ........_..._..',-_._......_", ."_.::1:1i :.......-.... ._."r"."",;;."';.ti 1."""". AIC'.,.,_."' .p'_ \.
The dashed down Call street at a rapid cltytMr. urday night, was again arrestedand fib 1
strawberry report
better prices this year growers, taking'it on rate of speed. lie did not stop Owen Alvarez, a prosperousfarmer is now in jail awaiting trial. THE C. B. ROGERS CO. ,1 !

'until he came to the park, where Le living near Water Oak, was in The marshal was afraid he would ijj ill
than
an average, any season for the the city Saturday.Mrs. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS,
struck a tree and smashed the skip his bond and locked him V/$ 'r ,
past five yean.The up :r.A.C.1.SC T'tTIS:'=: =.
Wiley, of Jacksonville, is visiting
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wagon. Fortunately no one was in order to make sure of his appearance \ j Meal ill
Bradford County Guards her daughter, Mrs. A. Stein- -:- Grain, Hay, Hour, Grits! I, Etc =
hurt and the 'only damage done ecker, in this city. before the mayor's court. ,
ff {t
received orders last- night that SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the
to barrel of flour which Davis arrested charge of
was a was was on a
regular drill would be Mr. W. O. Futch, a prominent citiZen -, S! trade only. Orders from con- W
nights Fairfcank Canning> Co. Lion Erand
the ,
in the at time. and indecent language
and wagon of Ju !'sou, was in .the city on using profane ff sunicrs neither solicited nor deCauned -
Monday .
Friday.
business Saturday. on a public highway. Meats siretl
Rev. J. A. Hughes preached an t m V

Horse-back riding i is becoming interesting sermon at the Presby- Mr. S. B. Denmark, our hustling: made On

quite a fad with the young ladiesof terian church His I'l'riff, made a busiuesa trip to Sampsou The ladies of the Baptist Church ?s QuotationsProvisions Promptly Application.

Starke. Several are seen out last Sunday. City .turday... will Serve ice at the park to- .,""" . :>. .--.. +,..,.,..,..,...P.-."" -.""' .ewI._ ,..,.,.,.111" .
subject was "Cuba.:' Rev. Hughes cream ::=.p :;:: j --Jj ..j '+ e e-f.e::
almost every evening. interested his hearers with a.vivid Mr Joe Lovett the }hustling com- morrow evening beginning at 7
.
mi-!!ion man made business trip to
Despite the dry weather the account of the trials and hard&!iips Theresa:! yesterday o'clock. Every body i ii invited to

gardens around Starke are beauti- the patriots have endured during attend The Victor Cornet Band: E. W. DRIGGERS b-
Mr.
T. J.
Epperson, of Lake Butler,
",'f ul. Vegetables are plentiful and their struggle: for freedom. wa shaking hands. with his friend.. will be present and render a delightful
for the occasion. LIVERY SALE\ AND FEED STABLES .
r our people can live at home. in Starve: yesterday.Mi. program ,.
The A., S. R.; & G. railroad will /"

Quito a number of the young give cheap rates to Burnett's Lake G. W. Clyatt, a prominent cit-
zen of Providence, was. In the city l a Capt. Anthony, the genial passenger **. "STARKEI FI.J... .,,*
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ladies and
gentlemen of this cityenjoyed" next Saturday. The fare will be ,
few hours yesterday conductor of the A.,_ S. R,
a delightful drive t6' 50'cenh for the round trip and ----
RPV.. L. W Moore, of Live Oak, & G.: railroad, is truly speaking,
Kingsley lake Sun { .afternoon. the train will the
run on regular
4 ay I was the truest of Rev. J. A. Hendry the right man in the right place. "'-I I Hake a Specially of Conveying Trayelisg' !! Men!! to Points In the Conatry.-.
? Starke is healthy, but a good schedule. This is a good chance in this ci:y yesterday.Mr. Ho is courteous and accomodatiui;

system of water works with pure for any one who wishes to enjoy Chas. Eddy, one Waldo's at all times and lie is well liked by -
day's outing at the beautiful lake. SECOND-HAND. HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.:
fresh water would improve this prominent citizens, was In the city. all the patrons of the road. -

healthy condition of ma: on business Saturday;
things The Victor Cornet Jknd of this
tcriall Mr. Will Newaom, a prominent There is in AI.I
'.,, city, recently presented their leader. quite a curiosity

Joe Holly, a knight of the spade Prof. J. K. Melcher, with a fine citizen business of Providence yesterday.Mr. was in the cityon igator creek swamp near this! city, i \

$30 metal clarinet manufacturedby in tho way of the shape of a humanear : A1Iadd'S II
says in case of war he would be Elarbee, the turpentine op-ra- '

q perfectly willing to enlist provided Conn, of Elkhart, Ind Prof. tor of this city, made u ',business tripto perfectly formed rowing ,on a rV. ,

]lie would be put oa the entrench Melcher used tho clarinet for the New River last week. cypress tree. One of tho boys '"

nicnt quad. first time on tho;, excursion\ to Bur- Mr. A. M. Ackerman, book-keeper made the discovery while*in the For Sale By '
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nett's_ Lako last Friday night for the Atlantic',,:Lumber Company, swamp looking for a place in which ;
..ile&sre E: E. Johns M. L; wa in the city Sunday.: to hide from the Spaniards. .. '. .
.Johns. Lee Ii framn George Fin:! The F. C.& P. railroad company / c
Mr. Chas. W. Hunt, :
Jay and Tom; llerammgvray: enj>yed, has given orders to Mr. J. II. }Armour Car Lines, wa representingthe attendingto O.A.STCB.S. i. J. F. P. MeMurryRCER >

a delightful fish-fry at Varne's Winters, of Waldo, to thoroughly business here Saturday. Bean tb its Kind YM Haa Afrm Borg! ;-.

l lake Iwt week. repair and paint all of"the water Slgutuzo -.I'-# .1 _
; Capt.. C. Briukley, manager of the t.Vt.t { .
'! The Board of. County Comrmu:, tanks along their line of'road. Mr. Atlantic Lumber Company at Ward rt. # I ","' ,

stones, net this morning for the Winters manufactures the, finest City, raa in the city Saturday. It is rumored that the A., S.:II.I

.... transaction of regular: business J n'ufir cypress water tanks made in the Mr. John Sapp, a prosperous tillerof & G. railroad will run regular excursions .. ;. '

S tatc. the foil from_the Wat..r Oak gertlon to Burnett's Lake every -.
next jsue: will furnish I
we a
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". full'synopsis j of the. :meeting. i A ]lamp in the largo chandelierat was trading iu this city yesterday. two weeks- during-the summer i!Sr.t'AeXE.1: : s ;E9I OejC: : :
y. )IT. :
*" the Presbyterian 'church. CAme Wm. Ajjiu., who working atCummer1 months The grounds around the i., ,
.. Beve'wl op'lc! im that. they I log camp near Baldwin, i 1 ,
saw.a hAVS ut-:iffic"tops of the I near exploding last Sunday night was iu the city :Saturday: and Sunday.Mrs. lake are cry"prcty and we believethew I
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houses Sunday morning. It was I3. R. Witkovekl. has returned .. I ..:
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no damage! was done to the growing been JorMr.. FieitQ succeed:I has been eelecliog a ItfX'k.or prlitg Ko-To-Uac- for SIft)' Centc.Gnirsiitecd r "" ;
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'vegetables. ''."v",;. ;,. ed in 2.Hiil I net. .:.'", .,lnl.l1, e M f$'*,-.. . men strc-c?,tlocd: tobacco trtirev: Mt Ce. cure,f;.Atw-vrgts rr:aces rear lT1 is.zs the Best Oil sq fin the city: '... j-
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