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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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a Good Chance for a: COUNTY HAPPENINGS Rev. E. Mickler, will ;attend -., The boys tak great delight ESCAPED THE CENSORS SEVENTEEN THOVSAIVDME. ..
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L)inching. district conference at High in listening to the Tampa baud BLUE PENCIL ; ::\ UtfDER SIIAF-
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.. .' A negro fiend was arrested at'; LO-AL'AND nAL Springs this week.- which is one regimental band TEITS COJIfL'-ND.: _
ITEMS OF GEN Authentic Accout of The
LaCrosse charged play. They Certainly play 'r f fT
Saturday' :
/:: INTEREST ; Mrs. Mary Cheves, of Fenian: Greatest Sea FightEver Gone! to Drive the Dons
with an attempt to commit rare "out of sight," and the music'keeps
I ding, is visiting, her daughterMrs. Fought on Laud Out or Cuba.
on an ,eight-year-old white girl.He :, Gleaned by0nr; Able Regular Correspond n1s. S. J. Kennard us from getting home .
The seat Under command of Major''General
great county question -
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was given a perliminary .
.. hearing before a Justice. of the i: Hampton. 'Miss Sue Tillis and Mrs.: sick.Our new orders are when a of Bradford county came Shaf:, the first divi

:peace and in the meantime a :Mrs. B. HayneSjOf Starke,;.; is' George Pace, are visitingin man gets letter from his-best off. last week, between' the Insurgents -- sion of the United States army

visiting her sou Mr-13. Haynes.' the cuntry this .week. ', of the province de sailed Monday night from Key
;necktie party was, being, organized ,j .. \ '. girl he. has to go down to the :

.. The many' friends of Mils : Mr M. S, Cheves ana family bay to weep for it' saves lots, of Lake Butler and the Government West for Santiago de Cuba to

The Sheriff ;at Gainesville Bessie Hanier, are" glad g to see, .of Gainesville. were in town ditching.We ._ forces of Starke. The besiege and capture that town.

;.:, :'.having heard of the occurrance her outr again" ;, Sunday :visiting friends: have, got our new uni- people have seldom seen a more The army transports, thirty in
la* 1 of the engines number left Port Tampa Monday -
imposing
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hurried to LaCrosse and., soon Messrs Scales, hockey S' arJt- Mrs: Hambright and little forms now but we. don't like array great

r !spirited the, prisoner away to man ;and]"J. J. McCranie, wept daughter Louis are, on a visit blue. We had rather give the, of force. It was a battlerO)1'a night
] to the grand Battleships The convoying warships are _
see ,
where he is Starke Spaniards the blues, see 1
the countyseat to Monday, to".the'ormers parents in S, C? '
.. now confined awaiting a trial t L One of our boys drempt last whose latent power was believed to number between six

the term of the court. I I QueenTe. Beasley was the! Mr DondoJHicks! i has returned .- night that he was driving cows awelnspiring;. the swift Cruisers teen and nineteen, and with
.. at next of her friend :Miss Berta from visit to Tampa.
'guest a and little boats this force there is no
on the plains of Bradford county Torpedo powerful
'fiy tie It is likely that if he 'I'
very ,' Season, Sunday, Braidentown and other points silently carrying their awful longer reason for apprehensionthat
and with he
f lead( been avowed to remain in a mighty yell
.; LaCrosse for any length"of ,I' Mr. J. ;B. Cason, of Ziff, was South. leaped on the First Sargents. messengers of destruction ; the the transports can. be attacked -

the guest of his Mr J. C. E G. "Weed will boats dispatch boats aid successfully byany Span
time that, he would have-been ', SOA ,iflason Bishop trunk and lassoed one of the gun ,
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-lynched. one day last, week., hold servics in ,the St. Paul boys with his blue flannel shirt colliers. ish warships, even if.such.

I O.4.STOn.CA. Hampton still on the boom Episcopal) church on [Sunday and would have branded him The county board of strategy should have escaped the vigilant

.g1e?the the KM you 11311 Always Bougtt new houses keep going up another June 12. confirming a class ,with a tent peg if'some one had went into executive session search of the naval comandeM

tvn #-I+ _I '. wise< improvements, of young ladies in the evening.Mr. not stopped.him. promptly at 9 o'clock a. ni., at Key West and offHavana.It .

"r- of .. J' Sistrunk" formerly of Well, I must close. Following deliberating matters of moment is believe that the sally
r What is it)in
-young man is battle to the people at .large, out of Havana of the three ,
our yell
.- Official Directories. Hampton that; 'carries his umbrella Ceder :Key, has opened a generalmercbandise : ;
-o. arid millinerystore. Here's t; rat1flmj's "Tiger Cats," when the pilot-calle4 out Boat Spanish gunboats was intendedto

\ STATE: over his best girl after The-boys that knoww no fear; Ahoy ; it was discovered that} .treat the impression that
We wish him success.
Governor. Wm. D. Bloxham, sundown? MIY: they with]'their bayonet claws31aktrtlie the fleet they to out
Insurgent was seen were prepared go to
:Secretary: of State, J, I Crawford, Mrs. Sistrunk and children -arrived Dona! take to the rear: I s
Comptroller, W. H, IJeyuolcJs.* r?:Mr.,: D. IcL;oa.one of Star {- 'sliandsomo in towji, few days since, 15. C. G.. Gee, Gee, Gee, maneuvering to port quarters, attack the transports. If so,'

'Attorney-General 1'r.-uqurerB, Wliitfleid., Wm. Imnr. young men was iii. I they hare been visiting in Lake Watch the Spanish regulars flee. headed by- the Rebel mm MacDonald the. plan miscarried, for the

(;Oortiiulsaiouer of Agriculture, I,. B. the. city .Sjunday on attraction: : ,.: The Government fleet craft were detected immediately -
Wouibwell, i City Bad management keeps moro
Superintendent it Public InstracIJuu perch ncet. inrbud cleared for action, and a call to by Commodore Watson'a.
poople circumstances than
i W,.&\$ueats, the of the weatUr Mr Elmo Robinson son of quarters was spunded from the cruiser and driven back pell M
gurRKMK COURT.Culef : enclemency Mrs,, M. E. Robinson! Gainesville any other ono cause.: To bo successful .
Justice, It. F. Taylor. er Sunday night kept some l ono must look ahead and flag hip Tm1d.rrh y were men into Havana harbor under
'' Justices, Milton 11Mbray,, F. B and Nephew of Mr. N. C. drawn in two Jines.rrue the of the of
protection
Curlt'r, away\ from church On, the i plan ahead,so that when a favor. up guns!
Petitt former townsmannow
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t' COUNTY, account of: having oa their-best able opportunity presents itself powerfnl\louble turretted Monitor the shore batteries. _
State: Senator, A. Crosby, s qf Mexico and Mrs. T. :M, ha is Even if these boats had
clothes. ready to take: advantage of Knight ,on the left wing escaped
1{ preseilttitlves, L. D.: wall: and E. Sunday authen of Waldo has
1', \VarJ. .,! ''" !I f joinedthe If. ,A little forethought will also and the first; class Cruiser Peekon they could have clone no dam-

Tax Collector. J. C, IJyrd.Ta '\;The Christian Endeavor; is get-i:I 'boys in blue" at Tampa. save much expense and valuable' the right.I1'lie battle was age, for the size of the convoy

1 '',' 'freaaun-r.* Assessor!! ,S.'V.Matthew J. Eppersqp( : ing alongjuicejy.: >> The 1 subject _We, wiah for him a safe return time,, ,A prudent and careful opened by the Ram McDonald furnished for the troopships H:

Clerk of Cirpuit Court, Col I, W. F. for next Sunday is "True, well will ,
11 laving new straps as as man keep .a bottle .of Cham sufficient to warrant belief that-
'W.. ....kt1' j > attacking the Flagship Todd.. ,
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4,. S.B' Denmark Friendship.. Everybody is; strips berlain's Colic, Cholera and
jhrriO, : The Ram fired one of his 13- they .would have been speedily
,,_ Court Surveyor, ft. Vf,, Enacy. cordially( .i invited to attend and: Diarrhofca- Remedy in the house,
Bu'periuicmljuiit of Public lusiructloiii I' Mr. and Mrs. Millican hap- inch guns loaded with a 2-inch destroyed should they have
take the shiftless fellow will wait
F, p. Hbetl, a part. un-
; yr (,uuut)' Judge, J. II. Richard. i tfiied i{ to qnitw an accident in til necessity:compels it and then projectil in the form of a petition had the courage to make an at-

_, Justice nC the Peace for DistrictJSu. bLnkc- Ifuticr.It last supposed to contain an tack, upon the fleet of American
Al ): G, Ueo, A. Gardiurr.k Gainesville on Saturdayn ruin his best horis'oing for a
C-uuty(;omuhl lonerg.l1ut1 e:TumJin [:' Puddy of Lawtey, was turning cornor the buggy doctor and have a big doctor explosive capable of blowingthe ships. The Spanish gunboats.
Dr. E. A. Todd, M. FBHnton, -
not of formidable character'not
,
y I). J, Crews, G. W, CJyatt.CITY. on our streets Tuesday. was upset throwing Mrs, Mliican bill to. pay, besides.; one pays Court House from Starke to are

a D. F. McDonald i I made a- out and catching :Mr., Mil out 25 cents, the other is out a Lake Butler, the petitition one of them being the equal
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Mayor, A. T* von Kirn, business- trip I to Starke; Monday Bean under the top. He was hundred dollars and then'wonders lodged in the flag ship abaft, the i in power of the smallest of tho

r Clerk: George' Gardiner. draged for quite away until-the why his neighbor is getting richer bridge, but failed to" explode, American cruisers, or even of

S !Assessor treasurer,,1'1.E. P.Sweat.Duncan.; ,, horse fell.)) No serious:; damagewas while ho is getting poorer. For then the :IJam fell back! to allow such gunboats as the little

r'. .2sight Marshal? Policy, J. P. Bennet N, Jons.,. I i rany hearts were. glad-: done except the carriage sale by J, L. Gaskins Druggist. the first, class Battleships, Bancroft! which may be used

Aldermen, F. R. Morgan, Edward ened '.1 by a;; refreshing shower being demolished. Alex St., Clair Abrams and the as General Shaf ter's flagship. .
]Jiiddleton, J. :M. Truby N. W* Hack- after'' noon. .. 'Gator Bottled tip in Log. has' been
Sunday Every precaution
,_, \v. B, Young to maneuver.
ptt and J, W, Hicks.
IN CA.lr'.tT; 'iL'IP A. Mr. N B. Hull is given up
.:Miss Mabel Odam, of pros- After considerable Bombard- taken by the Government

Church Directory. Perityfarm'visited:' the. progressive DEAR ADVOCATE: : to be the champion Alligator ment, the "W. B. Young silen- insure the safety of the troopsen '
hunter of
k.r Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor.t city _Saturday and Sunday. .I am writing this as I set on Bradford county. ced the port batteries of' the rout to Cuba. The naval
1st, 2nd and 5th Sun. He related t
Services/ every an. exciting
t Wednesday a cake of ice for have to exper- war board has made :final
'" Prayermeetiug every you Abrams and she taken in
: jlay. was
We all to that ,
-', are glad say I ience which happened to him
evening at 7 o'olock. .Sunday order
use the ice in to keep preparations for the dispositionof
tow the Collier G. F. Markillie -
f' School every Sunday mpiniugi. at '9 we can once more see our friend last week. He he was by '
o'clock cool enough to think, I will says and carried back to to the Hardships. The trans
t. J. E. Maine's walking the streets port
', Baptist, Rev. G.T, Leitner, pastor, have to hurry too, for the ice. just craving an adventure of refill her coal bunkers. ports will be kept as cloesly
fJ Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. :Don't forget the night of the will melt. some kind so he thought he safe
soon together as navigationwill
"; Frayermeethig every Thursday even- The rapid fire guns did some
fi:) 'Jug at 7 o' look, Sunday school every entertainment on the 24th., We are all in a splendid con- would take his dog' and go work. The McDonald permit, and the warships
9 ) o'clock, splendid ram -
at
Sunday morning ijU;
down in
the
j and the picnic on the 25th, at dition I the swamp back of will be ahead astern
now, never saw disposed ,
t.;: Methodist, Rev, J,A, llendry,, pas- ,I his home and again engaged the en-
tor. Servlcea every Sunday mornIng the Long bridge., boys looking better. Camp bag an Alligatoror tire Government fleet under com and on either flank. The fleet.
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I'rayenneeting ev- two. Mr. Hull has
and evening. the best
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. George H. York, returned life seems to.agreewitlTthem.Diir mand of the Todd, she ramed est scouting vessels will be

Sunday school every Sunday morning Tuesday, from High officers are kind to us and Alligator dog in this section and made heroic thrown far out in advance of
at 930 o'clock repeatdly a
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and when. he
; :we do., not have to drill muchin goes hunting he the transports and in order to
Springs where he has been and fire did ,
Iloleman
3Spiscopa), Rev. F. R.; never takes a for he fight, rapid guns
Clergyman in charge. Services every holding a'series of meetings. the_sun. gun can some fine work firing solid statutory insure against an attack from
Z nd and 4th Sunday afternoon at 3-SO i rely on' the dog to do the work.
Lieutenant is inStarke. the of these vessels
Livingston rear some
o'clock, Sunday school every Sunday Messrs. \y. McLeod Thos: As Mr. Hull shot but failed to take ,
afternoon at 2'o'clock; "- .* He made. quite a rep came'near the such as the St. Louis, perhaps,
Proctor J. E. Townsend'and'J.W .' I effect, at this juncture the
; <- he
heard
l Christian at present. swamp the dog making
no pastor the that had will far astern
: I on night he charge linger ready to,
:Wednesday Torpedo boat Hartig slipped in
y. Prayernjeetlng every ;. Jones, !:attended the picnic a fearful racket the
wpuing at 7 o'clock. Sunday school l of the guard down town. 'The near signal the heavy armed cruisers
{ every Sunday morning 'at 930; 0'.. Providence! last'Saturday.The center of the bay and went and fired block-Jieacl Torpedoes '
papers. complimented him the unable at the first sign,of an approaching '
clock: but was to reach the
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p. r youpg folks enjoyed'a .next day. causiously to investigate. He Government vessels owing:to foe Tha stately battle

t PROFESSIONAL, DIRECTORY musical Saturday night, and a Capt. Matthews returned last soon\ found out that his faith- lack of force. When it was ship.Indiana, it is expected,

nice sing Sunday: night at the week and brought down lots',of full animal had a four foot the will lead the procession of ships

JU SCOTT. M, D. residence of Mrs B.Permenter's. gator cornered up in a hollow seen by powerful Insurgent : which will be the most numer-
A good things to eat from Statke.
Monitor J. L. Hill that the
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VPHISICIA8 ASD SURGEON-( log. The dog was standing at ous gathered in American waters
had .
The feast that .
number of Lake boys a big .
p I Ir Quite a : I f the Hardig method of battle was a since the Civil AVar
STARKE, FLA; Butler's charming young gents day and as they enjoyed the endof the log and the ga failure, she was taken on The troops should arrive off f

Offlct .t.CasWn'i Drug-Store, and ladies peraded the streetsin delicious dainties they thoughtof tor'could not cOme outas the deck and carried to port and 'I Santiago by Wedensday night,

a two mule wagon Sunday' Starke. Mr. Joseph Eckert, log was stopped up at the other condemned. So after the com- snppose the fleet proceeds 8 ..

,E.. STEWART, )1.p., ; afternoon. !the prince of good fellows, endue...took his' axe;and chopped mander of the flag ship Todd knots speed and landing operation ,

ti! ;trEIE, EAR lOSE AIm TaROAT,.... 4, ( ,' laddened. our hearts large'hole in the log through signaled that the Insurgent fleet i should have beguntoday -

STA.RKE, FLAf'pm. I \ Miss Saline-1. York, who has by pre- which he dragged the Alligator' was bottled, the Ram McDonald : for General, Shaf ter will not

bsen ( school in Young sentingus with, a 'box of Ha- continued, fierce onslaught. keep his men cooped on shipboard ,
attending
He the
., ft Sttrke Drug caF says 'gator was fudously -
,:vanas and we wish to thank When the first Class Cruiser, C.. a moment longer than
Harris, Ga.,1!returned. home last mad.at the treatment. he L. 'Peek It is not believed-
;: P, ).?f 8EY. \ him for his kindness., We will seeing an exposed spotin necessary.
,R. CIVIL ENGINEER,, Friday, apd is spending this I I -him whole factorY had received but a good lick the McDonald "succeeded in that they will be landed at
(capture a, cigar .
COUNTY. SURVEYOR. :week with her} brothers-Mr. A. when to Havana. from the axe quieted affairs landing a shell which so disabled Caimanera, the point on Guantanamo -
we
-. s. i Fork. i J" get some Mr.Hull her that the composite Bay where the American
what. askedby
': was
y :.JVofessionU. Drawing Blue Printing. FsU 1 i I believe J said last week thatfir. .
gunboat Permenter took her in 'flag ,now flies over the heads
4 jibe
mates or work fllrnhi\e1 on appUcation.Office : i. \ a reporter made a prac-
o.Call.street,..lUj G. I*Ppek, : {j Waldo.ifre. Austin would soon weigh tice hunting Alligators witha tow and found she was rapidly of Sampson's marines, as that.

.'. George, Masters,.,is.quite. 300 pounds. I wish to .correct dog but he only smiled ,as he making water 'and sinking. place, while well adapted to

irpHOS.E.BUGO. 111.1 |that statement and make it walked away. The entire Insurgent fleet was serve a sharbor a naval. base, and as a -
i ': I scattered in disabled of for the American
a condition refuge
Counsellor>
: ":IttorneyM" ;I at Law,., The TWl and H,M. society 350. }[r. Austin's -'appetitelasjmproved ,O : ; .4.. '
,. -'<. CTARKE- *T4.!j'-. V ";Jj I will-sell 'Fridayartbrnoon. since I wrote that Beam the lindYo, Hail AlwaYS Boalt., /but they went ..down warships! is not particular? '
refreshments+ .on .. aThs no .. with. their, colors. flyiiig., ly well suited for the; begining

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:' I'I, TIOX. TTTE TORPEDOFriday .1 I'T.nfES. w
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thejttaisfdjto, ltloricv Will,be > / I AN OPEN. LETTER .
' ; PUBLISHED ., It has not yet been determined t11<<:Jrnin Ir. Rourk :: j

i ,, Fay tlacS. Cost, whether Bradford! .,, count' and Mr Houston were hear
i MOTHERS. .
.STARKE. To
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: The war revenue, bill "as ; .,
tli* ralite] hon,w "on the bluff
will 1 hold l
1 PilmarYelection ,
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reed I upon by the Conferees: nit(1'were' WE ARE ASSERTING THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TC) .. :,.
testing torpedo.LVutenant
Entered ftt the Convention to elect] delegates to. a AND i ..
THE WORD "CASTORIA,
second THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF
( the House, :and Semite has : Fa t; XVMS: a'ont ,
: the Ftateand congressional; conventions I J "PITC.HER'S CASTORIA, AS OUR TRADEMARK., "
a' ]law. The following fifteen; feet and the
a war : steno-
ONE I : ( and to nominate ,eons i I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts
an abstract of the bill giving Ity I .
rlj.l1P.r. acid: Tier ) \"rl'Pl
t officers at the :approahing ; f"i was the originator of "CASTORIA I ," the same that '
K. S. of, the most important .yards di lmt.-: Mr., O'Rourkej:
election. I has borne and does bear -- on
now f every
4 ., which! the .:'
upon money haul the testing wire in. his .
,EDITOR AND While it is true that there ( a&7fs'CUc&t 'to
the simile :
fac- signature of 1 wrapper.
defray the expenses of the 1 hands: ::; a d Mr. Houston was
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are objections to both Primaries: !1 "CASTO 1 A" which has been used in r
: lr .with Spain is to be raised: bendimr, : over, t the deadly' pxp1oh'p. This is the original -

Our advertising. On each ':policy of insurance, and Con'entions'which cannot; i By some unaccountable( the homes, of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. :'

ai consistent with each; Sl O.10 cents.t'hu bi overcome, yet of two evils I I 1"-1'n: irr[r. O'Rmu"kp connected I I LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is :
paper. It Is the we are to choose the lesser. i
Issue a clean act toh'ea tiff ett: immediatey' '. the battery wire with the the kina you have always bought P 7 "3T"- on the.
The delegation of the yytf
such Injure a that proportion*U will be of : after its j passage. A.tax !! ; will of t the people) ) into sotNtiaign t\Itt r i liiiiiff plug i i instead: of the testinir ; !!I and! has the signature of &&&XS&&K wrap- l'

buried behind a jf"$2: on every barrel:( of beer, ( i :1111.1 .!.'., nnd t 1 in a, moment-a) :! i, No one' has authority s from me to use my name except '
be uniform and will hands of a few, men is :alwaysfr.r.ij15 : : '' .per. .
cation. II j tip! porter, ,, and other :similar wir.'i ,)'o.si';: )ililitH (of) a terrific explsoiu) took plafit: I The Centaur! Company, of which Chas.H.Fletcher is President.March :

meted liquor, manufactured.employing I'Mr.i Hu :-tm was: blown to :,at-I .. :
i fraud, and corruption I the moit- 24,1898.J I" J _
Yellow\ fever JjilU++el'S: a. capital remote the delegation of om-*. th* (only part of his body I 2ocoC vr s je % .JD* .. .

ped out in I (;$2Jijlt; ), 30 tax and $2 per lHWel'Irom I bpin_ recovered was a Ipg. :?\fr. :
the people 1 the gieater 'tin* Do Not Be Deceived. t
been declared 1 .ibusand; for each additional 0'HOlU'kf! was instantjy: killed]] !, ;,
of the will of thePeople
Hendy. Sev hOll!>-:lnc1. possibility wl f:: but \vris, not very badly: mutilte !- Do not endanger the life of your: child by accepting

.. Brokers a tax of $..i0. : being defined-- : :, Controlled by cliques and com because he makes few more pennies on, it) the ingredients 1
Pawn brokers, $2J., struck in the small: of the back ( a ,

On account Bowling alleys and billiard bina ons.trite Primary, plan I a)ntl 1 in the head: with i pieces of of which even he does 'not know. ,
ance of yellow '1 leaves the power of a free ballot : "
Henry Miss. ; 00m5::! ;> for each alley ortill' : in the hands of the people! I I shll. The stenographer ::11111 l liie "The Kind Ton Have Always Bonght"BEARS -

)I e. I _'o, too, were also struck'by THE SIGNATURE OF
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regulations] who alone are responsible for. .
Twelve cents lrr'puund: ( flviug I _pieces, of the t torpedo..
over the its vrouer) use. Aroordin.:. as
ipon all tobacco and snuff man- 'Thesteamor Edith: which.; has .
'the people themselves regard! ordisregard t '
Baker ifaetured and sold. been ue.11n'. Li.'ntettaft Harts( ,
their obligations. :as:
palm away Insul'ancemarinp, inland, lire rind m:! was lyinj: !: close bv1. at the .
citizens will the
of
so power 1) '
for midnight as.iUty, fidelity and guaran the ballot be properly\' or improperly { wharf: was immediately( r gyres b ,

Three have .-, one half of 1 }per cent on used. sw! into service and Lieutenant Insist on Having 'Y :,

in that County (, ollar'of premium) paid. Harts: : was: brought t tot the city '- "
The Prima election I law
: A The End That Never Failed You.
yet none of the ; Lease, land. or tenant, year: with t t the tit IIIU t :speed. The
the last
passed' by : legislaturewas .
THC CCMtAVfl C0HPAMV, It"" aMY TKKT.: NCMTTOIIK CITY.
been octs., yrs..lj O{) cts. on real es other injured men declined to ':'
aimed(! at. the 1 (his,ruict(loll ,
and personal property' 'not evils' come up. As soon: as the E Uth ,
t
,
of the which m have hereto1 I --_-
The soldiers exceeding-$ifii.U..). cts on each I :arrived Liu tenant Harts was '
fore existed in the Primary I 11Ii t
distinguishing ntJ itional :$:300.25.; ,cis. I carr.ed tenderly out to St.: :'

being able to Upon every package: or bottle I method thrown around of nominations it ,many, safrguards and- Iluke's! Hospital in Clark. amidBurns' FIRST 1-PT AQQ, JOB PRINTING t:

.. have begun to pills, powders( tinctures. etc., ambulance, and Dr.Neal .. v .
and : to prevent' abuses( and BRING YOUi: WOKK: TO TIIIFPIUE OF. THE {i
er for 5 cts. 1 eight; of a cent. I Mitchell made an examinatIOn -

tions. Port :Sold for 5 to;I 10 cts: 1 fourth of a defeat A fundamental the'will; of the principle' majol' t)'. i l i iDemol'l'Hcy and then. sitit for Chief FLORIDA % WEEK-Llj):ADVOCATE( l

"Skacly Side Sold :for 25 cts. 5 eights Burgeon Man's of the Seventh -
Is the l'ule'o'r
a
nightly battle cent. Corps who will make -
a Artily a.inure
majority, and, .we believe that
authorities! are ) 1 Every corporation! or company thorough examination 1,
WE '
the Primary i is PRINTCARDS.
it. plan a nearer approach
refining or petroleumshall later.-lletropolty.'
sugar to the Democratic idea i ,
::,; tax equiv elent to TAGS, ;
pay F -
Tampa ,ia and if properly' conducted un
CHECKS LA BE
of one .cent r an :allreceipts LStTICKETS T
quarter per J. F. P.
as a r 1 ( existing laws, :as_ has been McMUERY, BLANKS; '
of and exceeding $2a.000an- shown where it his been adopted' UKALEKIMracr I
troops : ENVELOPES .1 CIRCULARS,
rtnalJ
ing so large a Y. will give more general GROCERIES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS i ;

in one place A: stamp tax,' of 1 cent is to be satisfation, to the public gener --. NOTE i HEADS, LETTER HEADS

will be es iW't' collected un' every seat sold ally. ., -I KEEP L 1 G., ETC.I 1 ETC.

iti a, parlor car, and on every ,
the seacoast The Best aul Freslisst Stock in Towa.TRY '

This is no berth Sold in a sleeping car. A How's This. ME.EDWARD .- WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT "
tax'on inheritances and legacies r +F1i
on the part of : ::! We offer one hundred dollars ''Skilled Printers '

and will \ I exceeding $10.000. reward, for of Catarrh MIDDLETON
case
any t .
Dealars iu leaf tobacco whose REQUISITES j/ Good Paper, : : .: '
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preveating : that cannot bpi< cured by Hal1'jCatarrh Succ ao:to /adrerrs&UiacMecoa.PEOITUETOROP ,, '
and l lessen the annual: sales: : du not exceed 5'),-' Cure.F. -10'I. Presses -''i;' ',t., 'A: .

ease.: 000 pounds $G. Whoseannuil\ :! J.Cn sY& a>.. Props.} Tul.-do 0. : "" ,

sales:i exceed $ OOOOJ $24. We,the imd'iniitftied, have known Starke Livery, Feed and. Sale aIORK i : 1 Type: .

Willie it rn Any person who carries'oii the F. J. Cheney for the lust'15 years And'o' '

business for which special taxes and believe him perfectly honorable STABLES

unfortunate ure .imposed Without having iii all business transactions, \\Iiik.\
an elation on and financially able to -- -if
: carry out HEr AHi SECON3-H115 uSC1S TEfiSis v .
question at paid the tax. is made guilty ofa any. -obligations made by{ their tirm. AN3 N4RYSS; :)fJRLE.. I I' STRICTLY CASIl4 5399 WE HAVE ALL THESE.1 : .. ,. ,
misdemeanor and shall: be WEST & TnJAxVh ld:il drug- _a ai.LI IAY-, Ai -. '
Jess i
true lined Ifrom $10:> t to $S00, orimprisoned tfint i' t. Toledo. O. THE We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Gnaranteol. t k'
number of
\\ ALDING, KINXAN & MARVIN, .
Office in Postoffice Bu Call and Sea Ua
( for not more than Wholes. le Toledo o.HaU'ti Uing.
have signed a urugtiis1 I! ,
NEW YORK WORLD ..
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(0 J months. CuUrrh Cure is i taken
the County .
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calf the el Section 7 provides that: if any internally, acting; directly -upon DO YOU WHITE 1 ,
t Ills blood said v mucous: surfaces ot t THEIOE-A-WEEK EDITION.
person shall make, sign or the Price 7ou;
mandatory sysiHin. p.r bottle. IF SO WRIE RIGHT.i i

JSto ers"of r.o issue, any instrument: or paperof : Sold by all druggist.! Tedthuonalsfree. .

course left to any description i without its 18 Pjgus, a Week? -. ., .. j'- .
,. he shall be Hulls! family: pis!! are the Ih st.- I'-;.!';,.:.:, "L-.,
being stumped' t : guilty *
I
an election. I 150 I'apeMii Year :y "
tiC :misdemeanor and lined, 4
; : .
election ATDRPED, : EXPLODES.: ;: .
the'most I not. less than '$100. FOIl-ONE DOLLAE.Pullished : '

The penalty1! t'orcounterliiing ---
contested on z'I
Blown Into eternity. every Alternate Daj} except Sunday.: :
held in stamps: is not exoeding, $1000() A most distressing: accident ,

and it will be ; or live years: or both.: Government occured l at Sr. Jalins Bluir bViday The ThrfcH-i-AVe 'k Editionof w E EI Pr

neighbors and State County and mun- 1 'l'itiN11v YOU1"UULIJ: i is
morning about 9 oclock 1
nicipal bonds: are from I first anon nilveekly''
exempt ,
came family, {pa ..,
I ill whi h J. J. 0' ROllke IIul E.I.Houston lsi
the operation of the law. Perin' size, frequency( of publication -"
sou,and If twu"ell known t awl the freshness, ;
I. On -r bonds debentures or .
iUherels not certificates of ':indebtedness byany young citizens, of J.mcksanvillrwrreiustaultlykilled accuracy: ami variety of its I am S11U- ti1G :ior israurord and Surrounding ,: .-

engendered. ; and -Ueu' ontent It has all. the meritsof ;"

election is to company: or corporationa tenant U..rtiot: the United States a great $G daily at the price) Counties for this Celebrated

: Ji'ojied that stamp tax of;; 5 cents for each ] of a: dollar weekly. Irs political Typewriter.SanTt < .: '.
Engineering
Corps was' seriously
are dark $100; of r face value will be ex- l news ,i is prompt complete "
; nor acted. injuredjand a stenographer accurate and impartial as all itb I SeH You One ? T.R.HOIGES.. ,

Vain" will Be t On each sale or -agreement ed Barnham: and a a negro were I readers will testify. It is SUB-AGENT.

either side. to.sell any product or merchandise also painfully hurt. against the monopolies and'for :r-. _-- ,-

expect each at any exchange-or board: The details of this accidentare the people.It I

location of the of trade or, similar l place) either as follows: : For several. prints the news of all the i,' tII sttc aQU :aeu.oss> I..c>t.1iD"t a'-

use all for present or-future delivery, weeks Lieutenant Harts has world, having: special correspondence The WORT.AD'S BES. .

frth'.1.tS' for each $100, of said sale or ; from all importantnews J i I the World's most friendly smile arc ,
., agreement a stump tax of 1 cent. been engaged in laying. minesXntheriverat : points"on the globe. It :. I IfB I'\d always ready for the well-dressed
but this cat! i i 4 i mzn. There's no mistake about ? ..
Bank checks. ,, drafts or c.er-( St. Johns Bluff has' brilliant illustrations, !:.! .J1. a .;o this. .Energy may miss its mark. Talent
: high plane of silicates of deposit, or any order He:; has been assisted in, this! stories by -great authors, a caPital 'i! g:, may go a-be>'gin g. Virtue itself may die. q,
) ;i ;.. i of neglect. Eut U1re'fs always a welcome
trickery or ; for payment: of;money issued on i 0'Rr ; 'i?
\\orkbyJ.J., >urke who and
humor page, complete markets : ifp.( .7-f, ,..t measure of success for good clothes.
each an bo any bunk 2 cents. A tax of 1 for number has been : I If you wish to test this bit of Philosophy ._
cent is: impose*! on every teje- years departments: for the household just crder; cce cf the elegant suits: of -'
a.
: square line foreman of the Western and women's work and '
honenlesssageforwhich15c nts, '
P \
methods F M. BORN & Go.
may i is charged.? :; All l telegraph messages -' Union: Telegraph Company, other special departments of z .

create, :;' 'jl cent. \: and Lieutenant Harts engaged unusual interest.' : I ), THE GREAT ., .

ia : ,All {he surplus of silver: bullion him because lie was'a most We offer this unequaled .i Chicago Merchant Tailors

.conteated in i ; I in'; the United .States Treasury careful and t ;,v'.!r"_ ;, I: WbOSI grkQtee. art a eitd.v.rrsser.f.ettemc. | ,I
intelligent workman : newspaper and TUB FLORIDA _., tuetaLf.sit it sad 4 tad"J' tcmcC I'I -
is :to be coined into silver ,: -
.,djsfeated. pit and thoroughly familiarwith.electricity. ttjtt.> A 'BORN aettd4.etaa.. .,..- j
dollars. WEEKLY ADVOCATE together ..
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each j : rut t.t.H WnU"r laaedipt ': .
Bee HOn all tea i imported from i Edward Houston one year for $1.50. j I II A PKFICT flOASASTna. 'f ...:::.:." ,,
_tied and I' COO EdocUd rttejn to vrOecr Crota: : t
forogir,' co&ntrUs 10 cents per son of CJptainJoe Hous The regular subscription CJLLL oar .

;jat'fight. ; pound 'I, I tOll) of. fa 'port, wis-tJso, rn- I price of thn two' $2.CO.. J I. : VV_ : .
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: .:.. CALLED. irs, .Michiael Curtain. ,Phuin-, "S CANDY : .
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Registration Books'Accepted -: thai she caught
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; .as Legal.- on :hor ,I lungsj:; she was trt'l\ted.fur I j' ,, __ w' ... '. Iis\YF orl -.and Kor&era Air the!: aniFJortea Irani:.Line. ; '

The. board County Com- a month by her itmil.phj'slcianfi; ,! -

;7.., .. / -missionere .were in session all but g.ew worse.. Jle tuld her she j r I II TIME TABLINFWFBCP31AY. 16, 18"JS. -,.. *

last week the vas. ahiqIis victim of consnmp-1 I "" .
; revising registmtiou ? 'CU'CONST1PAflON 34 I ; yyDiUf S5' :37 S3
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books at comparing tton. and that no 'medicine could 11' I Daily. ) :NORTSZKN! POINTS. f' Da.JI D3l1J'Ow.Uy 1)11 :

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them. with the Lake Butler cur' her. llr, drugfjist su ;g-'sted.. : ...... : !: .1wpLv.: .. Jllck..ou\'ill.e..Ar- .. U U&..... ...
JCk: ALE ...... 1* p'Lv.'; ... yulce..Ar. .... l4H: ... 72 ......,
petition asking for an election Dr. King's New Discovery for' ."u .5p..S.. .......t?1..pAr... .. Fern. CdlUa" LT.Ar.. ..... : 043* .... .
2Sc sOe -...". : leu ...... pj i .. ...Kvsrett.. ... .... ; 530a. .'
to be called for the purpose of Consumption1;' she bought a bottle DRUGGISTS85S.. ..... :'''... ..,. +h: ..... "... .... Ht\\nt\1'tc.. ..Lv. .". ...>. ...... .,.... '
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the Court House to her t found ... ..... < ...... .. ... ..2S
removing and) delight herself ---- t-- 151/1'1/ >:lilftplotp:: ]1pLV..Svannh..Ar: Wu ..: ...
............ 92I ;!...... 1 f ..!..ir....Fairfax.: S. c..,Lv ...... II... .. ....
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from Starke to Lake Butler. bfjiefitted from first dug She ;.... ", .00l.V 2..0..1.. ..... 20191 1 ...Ueiuiaik.S.C... .. ..... .... .
'LEMUE:1J S J?. ...... .:.;, .... 93.)1'1.......OSo.t ..Auta 4G a. .. .. ... ... .. .... .'
Every point concerning the continued its ;use and after t takingsix ............. ..'.. 4Up1. .: 42-m .:.Colh bi.S.C.! .. .. ...... 47' "'' ....
". ....... ..... ....,.. ..".-"...ISd .. SV irHtllurg. S. C .. .,. .. .. '
,election and petition is being bottle, found herself sound ....... ..... ... ..... I-I.ip .. .A :hcTille. X. 0...' .. ...... ....... .. .,
14awtc3' Fla. .-.... ..... ... b. .... {I()I:. ..Ouarlute.N.O... '. ...... .... 9 "
closely contested and it i is not and: well ; now does her own :..... .. .. ......f.Sl3.>pL... .. II 4Tn ... ..Sa.Jsodry. N. 0... .. ... .2Up........ 1417 .._.'..
1 .. .. ...".. .:.. ,iti:4: ..... Jl: IIII' .J.ireen.btiro. N. C.. .. ...... .......70ja ...
unlikely that the :Court House housework) and i is as well! as ,eh.. I ..........:. .: lli Mp64U.11....... t3l-J .. ....Pu \:U"a... .. .OWTpl'UUu 3 .. ., ..
...... ..... .. .. !.. .... .6S3p35l'p ..1 .....Kiehusond... .. ..... ...... :12105 .. .
election will be tied up in the ever was. Froe triai'hutttes of LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.Finest. ...... ..... ...... i53i ... .. ... .. ..LYD<.'},hnTJC. Va .. .. ...... S.Vip2I5p" ...... 34h! ::... .
.. ... ...... .... .. 3:t'a.,..,. ;Mfcp '... ..Cur.nte..vI11e.! .. ..........: ....... I bo. .
Courts for some time to come. this..Groat Discovery',at J. L.. Gas- ...... ... .... G4 ...... t.p ..'-J1fnllt.l.. .. .. ...... ii : .
..... .... .. 14W. .. .. ..-.I'altlm..ra.: : ..... .. .... 9 : .
Both Starke and Lake Butler kina' $ in the ...... ..... ...... ... .
-, Druj; t'lrp. Large bottles : Turnouts City.Drufflms' UII;) ._. 2 SOa .mI".1.I lade pha.! .. .. ... Is.s' ;.
...... ..... .,....1124Jp.; ..... .6:=: ...... 'ew YorJt.! j. ... :! .
were represented by emiiient 50 cents und $1.00BALLROO3I, ... .., ... .... jtf&r! ;..... ... 3ll Jaj", ... ... .rO.tO,.. .. .. ,f ..... j; .

counsel before board ofCoiiiinissioners. \ ; Team3 on, Short.! Notice. Draying a ecialty. :i CNC1NNATi-JACKONVILL., jl N "I. No. 9 !bOL'TH AMI "1Jt l'ios..r N"",
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FOR BULL 3D.. 1 JW
JudgeV.., B. 1\1..o..u. AtLuti.a. '
OKI.XAN3.: Daily
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Chattaaoota Cin -
all ort1nr.TI.r -
Young represented Starke'8 in- ruG lITERS. rromptntt..nWm given ti cinnati, CWcatu. H i t .. ..1 t 15.'Ja' .

_- --=-, _..ae._ ......_'__. .: T.ietto. Denot.t. ..; ) ''I.... .. 9 hit: J4v..Fe.rnl\ndw4..Ar I.v.,. C..llahnn ....AI --... 620p5U>p5Qbi>
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and Alx. St -- -- --- --- -- .- 0 .
Clair -- Ltiuisvill w'
trest --- Cleveland
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For The Prisoners. <.. ; Oid St. Louis. I [jt)3p'05.'j ...
Picnic : Ar. : fl..ddwhi .L't 112\11 4 Up
Abrams Lake Butler's side of r.ID :=: :;; : -- ::1.3S .- 0 _ _ _ :II1t,1l0ti ..... ..StarkeWaldo.. .... ..:;"" 3 lip
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the question. The' legal The, Spa ii1i i officers and U ;..JR. L01 Wd'!" U iOo.p'i.)Ar..\ ...uUc-tsuun.ie.-Ar...Ev: rt.ti. ..:: .Lv.. 53UalG4p b5.t.p.1233a11ht::i I' .. ,,1210pI ........Gainesville. ...... 11i.." 11 2fiOp tS73U' &
..7..Macon.. .. :HO : .. .
W. DIXON & SON 4401) 4 lOu 110ip o Jt : I 725pPullman .CedsrKey. :
sparing began when Judge men who ani held at bert Mc- '. 1"1; 7 15uSO ......Atlanta.Lv ... .. .. 4 15) S 2O.t!I"-12hL! h 151' ...... .iIaw thorne .. ... a'roao: 1271.1245P.
10 a.i84U / ..... .Atlanta.....A WI| 5UU.1i2U4al2iSt! .. CItra ........ .2S.a
Young gave notice he would! Pher ()n as 'pri.mers.of war :! l0.J .. ..Cba.UaQllvl-. 1.. MO, tH0p . ,,: 12.-\1':\ .....SJ1verSprlD.... .. .:.. :. '
c GEIIERAL iMISSION ,. .. .. t"1' .
IERCHAli.TSJ 73. t3. .Cincinn-iU. 11)(" :! 2 55a I !* lllia 11 59:a.:
attack the velidity of were. made( : happy: yesterday AhHEVlLLE UOlTi \ 4 1U! 2 4.p..O.a. .. ........ lf\aIO\ia!\ : ,
53la. ... ...
the registration books, avering when Colonel Cook ordered o' 190 and I 190! Duane St., New York. p. ] SI'b cinnati and Cbicuifu.;: Jacksonville: Cinil&umLv. dU...; 317)3.1'11' .....Leesburtf.Tavares.....'.". :t3Ap n> 101J g49:*

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as his grounds such attack i them to be transferred: from w < 7OUpllJ..V...... .c.uuvUe...... ,,\r SI.4ni 9 r.3ip 1:1.: i' 3 IIJp., '.. Wthterp.irk.Ortando: ... C43piosV'a 8 8OC iSa..
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that the books had} not been the guardhouse! to the post Southern Fruits Vegetables a Specialty. a II. :2.71r.:lawAr.; ....,. ...:Spartauburg..Lv...Co.uinlria ,.-. 5 47am U }! 5 4t.l 3 SJCp719a ::p ":.St...LaotHichee.Catherine.:>.'. 1029.1a iUua i4i:)
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QI.Vade City. USa) 92J
certified to by the supervisionof ba I 11 I'roo m. U Siiib4raIe.' awl PCIclieMUI I43mAr..Houders4.av1iIe..Lv 2 OOpatl : 50I .. .....I'lantCity.. .... I !filp730p: 825: *
Ire JIake U Specitllfi! If 1-IpwAr __ .... .Aobville ?..*.. ..L\ 2tbpmi! : flCA.I-. ... ...Ttunp.1.. ...... 13ua352pul
registration within the time -In their iew quarters the 'Ollf/1wt the E"ti.e ,Ycr.Irvilig : 'r..flot. Spring.Vr -...__.. ..L'. J6.imi
7 \'pl Inoxvtlic..L.: d iViubij!

prescribed by the statute. Maj\ Spaniards not under lock ct RI.t'ml': : :'=cF. alitllld Han!:, NbV York, UUtl CU1nmcr.a 7 4T&u J:J.iu8MUmLv.-r..Lexingtoa..L'\r.Cincinnati: .. L\ ._0 INlpll.1't";>pn.. ONLY TimOCGH PULLMAN SLE2EK

Abrams contended that the and key, and{ do not )have to a: A ''lIe:(':, 1 ITII .. .....Cinui.ia.iti.:: .. .....An &tUjui;

supervisor of registration was peer through: steel bars to got .1 Vv ....._._..._- .-....0..... .....-..........,......,,_, .--_--... -........-"-.-."'- --._..... ._..-.-.,...,.......... .en _5_45p13_ _;_ ]\Ar...... .Ills.Chleag4i..Lv Foar. 9_waD_ BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND-


the sole custodian of the books a view of the? )landscape. They __ c 600pm$3iltnj'Lv..Ctnctuaati.['Ag' .......Chicaj't; ........ ... .. Lv Ar 6 L'Oura::.r.r: NEW ORLEANS.No. .

,, of his office anll l it wa' in the arc mm treated as Hobson's A., A. JOHNSW 0.imLv.... ...MO4.nRuUtt..,Ciacinatui i :.... .Ar; 6t'pni I.N r. 2 WKTEKN: -. DIVISION No, 1Laily

,province of the County Com i men are supposed to be }by ._t 0.jp:!._Ar......nnsT'vnnH....Chicti/o: ._LriOOUUtn: -DailyD---j-.illy I A N D N L W 'IKLEA NS. .

S missioners to the Ccrvera.Tjie -STARKE, FLA., ST lOUIS' LOOlSVILLtl: JACKSON VILI.K Slip :i' .. .'(
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pass upon !O.Wp lISa: Ar..Luk (.hy .'
Velidity( Off the ballroom i is a Iargo iv _Nor r03'r _ 1 No33No7_" :! '1 3. jIn"l- Live ..... :.:.,.' ,
registration : 2\IIP) I0lt.i ... l\aU'iC1 ... ,..... --
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DBta1e\ and 80 l3O1 Lv..Tack oniCle .AR ':a 92520p! :: : :
books and that the law prescribed str.ucture, anil l is far from being Fancy Groceries 101 1 i25 n ....F..rveuLi : ::111.1 44 i -liJ.1 i assp: .. ....i.14)fltiCCUO....:. : ...-. .
4 4'!) ltd,r..... .....M.LC(".. . l1'U. :JO.J.I.6' ,, : :;!t. .:..T.Olaha-ee.. .. 135p\\:..... '
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no time within which an un )l :asant place. In \\\vi\ 74j TISJAtant:>>. ..... 8'!' :> | ; Qulncv
I> !' ..... .... a g 1\ ".River ; .....
Produce :Ftc. 4 I t ) 111It. .C1..ttnuo 10. 3 1.1 >00p : Juuc.uoll. .
I the registration list must be it the Spaniards have plenty Country 5lo.; i ir.'i.-, .... .. LeTinjrto i750p .. .... 'I H. ")'",,,,.,I .. .. .111 (O.tV "... .,Pen> .& .. ". \\.1 .... .....
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.1 7iia.-; ; '......-LouNvi !i.'. .... 7 i' i o: 1.1 3tfVu; .MobLe. ..
... ." 740-. ".. .." .' al.. .....
certified to by the supervisor.: of room to play whatever 7 12.*' Cin>l*'. .St biLls. : : 7 >:. JIS.. .!,' I : -
When in want of" Good Goods Reasonable Prices gilIW
a
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After hearing the they ''want to from "a
s arguments gauges ,
'all. I will make it to .your :advantage. SLEErJ CAn SEtVJUE.Non. ; ..

of the elegant gentlemen quiet contest1 at chess; to an exciting '- _. -. --.. .. I ..
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-- -- 3"V: arrl 25 ra. t Mail. Sleepers bsiweea New York and Jacksonville and the Clacla-!
pro and con, a motion was bull fight.Thedoorstu nati Sleeiier via Axlie\Ue.
llmveltVitli ('imrriti.Ct'i4 .
V1* j.tU'B''uur fIo ISAILllOAK.S.p. Nos 37 aaU 38 o irry tlu'I'ugh Sleepers: between Jacksonville and New York In coaaectionvvlt :
t made( to accept the books as ; the ballroom i t'.iiiiarciira! ; !) conntipution r.,rc"Cr --- -- -- -- 8 and 1J and 7 and 14 with 1'ullina.i S1epers betw eea J-ick-MijviUe und Tampa.No .
lOt'. .::'- -V Ir C. C.C f.iil.) i5ru'iri"rd:1I111111Jley 1C uui-ries tbroutfu: Sleeps. DJiweea jaclt.oivuit" nal CUaUiiaoogiu: Same returDM
Valid, and legal l, which niotioncarried are kept open, and from a distance m_ iI (I ,.J 33 iuio JIl-,k.,O.lVllle. Slvepir betwedj Ailania aad Cincinnati.iioe byo.
\ HOHI1:1 LIfL : uoancunons at Ciftciunali: ; c-t. Louis aad Kansas City for all points Went!: and South.
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commissioners: Clyatt, one can see that the captives 1. \It U. 4* 1J No.1 and2carry tbeJactc.oav.Ue-New: OrleauiSleeper.! *
iiOW TO FIND OU! tDaily! except Sundav.: .baJy: except :Saturday:>> ; and :&unday. Tbti. train does! not rua
: I rawsami Blanton voting; aye. are not disheartened bvV NORTH EAST WEST ;Uond. i. $Suaday: aad Monday oaly. ;autctioJs! : at Tumpa for S:. Petersburg Manatee
glas LOver and 1.yVt: ::*t. and Uavaau steamer SieaAier "Manaiee. for all pouit oaM&uatv* .
bottle
Fill or common
The comparison of the petition -. their confinement, but appearto a tiver. At rtiu.ke: jot' L. Cru"e. Wuklosteauier: ... r for Aleln -e. Conu.cu> at TaiUca.'*ee

to call the ,election with be enjoying f the situation. with urine and let it stand. twuiityfnur lErALlltIS (1C-/Hum (f 5EA1K; River lot Carrabelte..tenin,-...,.:Si: Councvits. M ut.->.'and at O Ap.: \..a il.icbacol.i.fo/iloJiosxv Coaaects,>a. Coaaecu at lUver ui Junction Feraaadlaa for Chuttuloocbw for Cumber

1Ii;: the list of registered voters They are allowed to walk < r .hours ; a sediment Bp.tlm 1 :j land All Koute U.1.ralC: .:steamer i wilL\ be to uuecked the I.Ut.dauu from U.HOJ 1'UD.wlek.Uepot.: Tickets win still be void at the city ticket

'! condition STARKE FLA. ollcti.: :20: ; Ilo7-t.il Street a? well aa atth., : Cn..).). Depot Llcket office.
was then taken up and continued :sit on the piazza, watch the recruits indicates an unhealthy: r H.{ "' CAMl'HULL. la: of the kidueys. \Vhen urine stii'iislinflii : NO- 1O- dal-y.! 1t-I1VtI3171': m.. for ahp Tw.\.t \ i :L'yl) B St. IIo Ju knonville Flu.WALTER .
until late Saturday af drill 'or listen to the i .iui-.No.1.11 iiud W .- iivule wlih G. iJi.I.EMN, Ot.. ral I AC....' Jacksouvllle.A .
it is positive evidence! of kidney ttiiougti aleeper tor New Ytuk raveI..g, t
: ternoon. A motion) was mimic hand play. Daily papers: are ''I Cinciauati aud ul.iateruicdiute oi"nts." O. M lcDO N ELL, Gen. Pm Agent..
I Too desire NO. 14. leave 5:12 a. m. Uai.y for same
byV.. \V. Tuinbliii ec Jll.lell furnished) them, most) ): of the trouble. frequent uiuia.. ui.iu U uLove. currying through sleeper .

1-. to urinate or pun: in the I bk.is Tampa i.nU iatertaecliute pi tints to New York -
by \I. N. Blanton for holdingmi officers being able to read English ojnectiritf at JactoavJla with train, f.om

election on Au;. 30 1899: :; ;although they can not. also convincing proof that the .IOrth\Iucoa.'At and Ian west.in. Cliattauouga Ill,." witti trains and all for point west I 5outhernc!

G. \V. offered I substitute the I kidneys and bladder are out of or- Flonrta. Pea.sucoU. Mobile. New O.ieaus, Tex.
Olyatt ( a speak language. at! Mex'co! and Cnluorma pi)mt>. .

it..:. seconed by J. B. (l/re\Vrf, The reason: the prisoners < f der. NO.nil 13 j uiuto leave and 11:59 di\Liiocui.p. in. wUh Tarou conneclioriin.u u Meeperfrotn ,

that tha el ctiall: ] be liuld on War.were not jgi ven better WHAT TO DO. NO.New 9 lea Yolk.-. lC4a.m.! ( with through; deep 'I L: -Railway.

qU.lr-\\ There is comfort in the knowledge et coaueotluas from all point.nortn..-west aua
23 1891 This ters before is that .
July wasimnjliately ; up to :: all poiuts In the >tate.F '
I so often expressed that Dr. 'Jr tte beskmap of the slate sleeper! o. BSTITTP.T THE SHORTEST RODTE.n 1fi
voted for Crews the :
I day ballroom was occupied otber information call on or write toD.GSKtN.Agent. :
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anti Ul'att'owd for the substitute ( by recruits. The departure Ki I m.r's S\vamp-Root, the great ,

_,__. kidney remedy fulfils every wish in N, S. Penntn::ton. T. JL -Siaike.flu. =; '; PULLXAIT ,DBAWIO: Twoosr CARS. DUJJNO CA&3,
f ':: Blanton.. Tumblin, HuI 1 1k of a large body of men A MaeLionell., G. P. A.Jack'.ornrlde. !
IhtTback I::> 0't10Ir AEE COACHES. VTCXI3UL2D : I:1J.
relieving pain in kidneys, Fla. .
k Todd I, vote,I against it. On fro'u the post
orig i>ial in ititi it \\\n then week has now' made it po.-s.ble: liver bladder and every part of ,.

ordjrel 1 thit thi eleatioa l : fcn'the I to move the recruits: from the i, the urinary p sagl'l.! It corrects TbelSB.U.R.IDeparture NORTH, EAST AND WEST..

urine Lid scald- '
inability to hold .' 1
prin-I
locatinini of the county ballroom.Vhile thg : !
30th I pnins: in passing it, or bad effects and'Arriral of Trains. T.VO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN: FLC::':>4Are::> TH2:: IAST. .;,::
be held
site
: : on Aug. er3 of war are allowed! .sumo I '

... ;. .1898 Tumblin, Todd. and i!iI i freedom, there has been. no relaxation following use of liquor wine or STARKE, FLORIDA.. WIIr.tcn and Southwestern Limited. .
that NO 1 daily leaves 7 a. ru fur LaCrosse.
Bla.nton'otl."tl for the I heer, and overcomes unpleas- UL'LL&kley and iutenaedlate points. TaLt
in traincoanects
the'
origon-:i ; treatment of
And the United Slates Fast Ms\ !!.
With the U. S. & F. at Samp (m
at motion!( and Crews: : and Cly- the ;spies. The: latter are still int necessity of being compelled to Junction!-. forpalatka Macon- intermediate

agunst it. I kept separate in cells in thuguai'llholle ;.t up nvmy times! during th night NO- 3 Satur Irs and Sundays only: Leaves C721 EOU23 ACZ30I7TLLH TO VASHISTTO. c
to uriirite. The tffold and thH HX"rsiordinarr 5.-k:: p. m. fur LnCroHse. Hrinkly and in term edinta -
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$ :: ;and are not allowed effect of Sw \U1o-.R..t pOlnt.cOnQectin at Samp.on Junction.fur OSLY :7 HOU25 JAOKiOUVILLS: '73 US* YJr:.
) Palatka. Macon and intermediate point
< On Saturday: mmiinij last to hold l communication <" NO- 5- ?>id cl iss. Leaves Starke .:Uj s.ra-
-e.. 'r' ". I any is soon r*:'uliz' d. It Elands the for .Lacrosse. Brinkley Had ictermediate Cclll Vcstftmlal Tnt,..v-iT-vncl, of Ln'eiit Tmnrprerl Pnltrnnn Vf :,ing Cir ...<} until D!..
another killing occurred_ in with the outside world. points. This train i.s daily except Suudav.
1g.;We. thruI11C1a withuJt: obii' ){'"i to WinKiu/toii. 1jattiurs.P'dii'hia. .
\ highest for, its wonderful cures of NO 2. arrives at Staike 12lw p. m. daily. : .
Alac'aua county, but in this NO 4. arrives at Starke at. 9M: p. m. Satur. 'h" York&.Q111 Y.NL '
the most distressing cas r. If you days and Sundays only. '
instance both, parties to the Millions Given Away.It NO S second clu..... arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. .
need a medicine you should have m. isculy except Sunday. THr.CUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE". ,. '
tragedy were non residents is certainly gratifying to the CEO. TOMPS'Gee.. .
: Rnpt.
the b*st. Sold I by' diuggibts, price S'arke, Fla. TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NA HVIL..E.. Jecsln -
( Two Henry l\Iorri\ ion public; to know of one concern in ARTHUR MErs.Oell. Morr. '
negroes, fifty cents and one dollar. You JackaunvUe. Fla.. '
and Oliver B.irnes, who "hall the ;land whu: are not afraid to be may have a sample battle: and Irch- .sI! j: Csrs Daily! Jacksonville to -

Jjeen at. work in a turpentine generous to the needy and suffer pamphlet buth sent free by mail GAIHESYILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO. Cincinnati via AshevEIe! :! Tircujh! tit

ing. 'Thb proprietors of Dr. King's TIME CARD NO.25. LAND CF THE: SKY." '
camp !In Levy cotinty\ ?hiHt on upon receipt of thr e twu-cenl .
New' Discovery for Consumption, In effect on and after NUT. 7. --

the depot platfor.n at' Fair. and Colds have stamps to cover cost of postage on No. I. No>. 3. Ho.2 No 4 I ,,,aP""' !,!""", "'!..., M tlJ n.", lI/oeol'COII. -IDJ car ruarrstloa 1t4.. .;;!7..
Coughs given Mention the FLORIDA ualiy ex. Liaily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. c.I.7 a.t:,&I Gt IL. ui.u..t.j 1:4JL.WAr ur h.-'UDliltO.loIU.L. .
banks. Morrison: seeing Barnes: the bottle. Su.ndy. Sunday. .
over ten ;.million trial bottlesof
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approaching, started 1 to run, away this :toediciu' and have WKEKLY. ADVOCATE: and send your Lv.720 urn. Lv.30\1 pm.t..GainesvilJe :Ar... 1100':.m. ,Ar.1\00 pm. A. SHIP2IA3, F.LLa P.ai tt. 312 West Cay Street. Jatksnytfla. [Is..LCULP. .

and great ; address to Dr. Kilmer & Co. :%1 31Uf..Jtnnieftj1..IOd: 653 .?. U.; A. lURK', @. H. !J4RDWrcx;
when Barnes drew a pistol 73J 3I L..CI4QQOn'sxm".IU G5cJ ,
-. the :satisfaction: of knowing it.has Bmghamtoii N. Y. The 73375J: '32it .RJCky Point. JOSU 6U 'Irall,Maniier. (I..., r,.. \ct.. A41t.(;eo.P... -t..
fired at the tiding man, hitting absolutely rund thousands of proprietors 335Z..W.icahuota: 1u43 GOO VubiD.rtoa.O.a. Wa..A1I&>,>(!..O.I D. a At&ats.eta.
of this : the 80J8O J 5L.. F1ewelAe .... 1030 GO: May 2, I81.
him in the hack. Barnes Bronchi pap-.r guarantee; > 3WL..ClyaU.1I ... 1,5 GIS :-- __ ---a
Asthma
hitting casegj .
hopeless .
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of this offer. H 10 3 55 .... Kirkwnod. 101.J 610 -- --..--- --
genuineness 813I7 .. ... ..... .. .
ClO L. IJwore. ltJUS: 605: .
claimed that Morrison had stol tis. Hoarseness. and all diseases! of. 4ut..Ta.-owa..IOOO; GOO '
:
Chest and tIO: 410!... Ta5lor's...... tS5 553H2. I : : : TIE POMONA !NURSERIES
en some money from him. Both the ;JThroat, Lungs ur'ur.1y .. t t.l1caQoly .... 950 550 It .
cured !)l it. Gallon J. L. I was seriously!:! afflicted with 833 ."2i) t...Tu..ca willa. .. 9.0 :&4Jb7 f _ NEW
men were'brought to the city liy 30 t.Lake Sunoatoa 935 540 ___ 0 CATA1898 0 .
Gaskins a cough for several y. ars, and 842 1 35 t.. HicknuD..... P3 b3i: .
where Morrison died of his Druggist I ; and gLit trial 8 17 .-tt..Soutb5 .... 92; '530 WILL BE R A!>T TO WAIL IR OCTOBER '
last fall had cough .. .. .... ______
a more severe 852S03 f5l. .DungarvilIl 920 525
wound .bottle free. Regular size &\:. and : 5 OJ t.......ln1l1e....... 910 515 rt
Monday night.Special I I thun't>r before. I have used .... ... ....1urt Drane.. ,. .... .... II ) O'e" Jlerty wrt1.. e.tfot1owc .f..r. tI7 etU-, f
$1. Every bj>ttle guaranteed or Ar.am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pmf.telegraph irk ": "Wil.'OIIpl.-cMllcllllr.f py o(y! r
remedies without receiving btatioan c:" yo& able Notl frtry Ca .! 'tI1IC. S b4 a COPT. '-t
price refunded l! II many lI"ft.I it. I C4 .o tna.rthi. I.smt1g
Notice. relief and f.-t1a. ::IdIl.Llun. .,. U it Utat Z d* oU wIsh i to be wiik.t.
much being recommended J. F.BCNCU.Gen.Pass. Agenu '.
n <
The ofihe of the FLORIDA SEUI- V.J.IIEnLOSG.Geo..Man.
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to try a bottle of Cham 6 Oar MW 189 Cath1ae wilt co! U!* .H tJa.e' :
t
In 1875 there. nearly
a
was
WEEKLY ADVOCATE now*>qntpp d food teatureothls97etat.g1.eb.I4dI4assay
b rlaiu'd Cough; Remedy, by 11 atw .a. 'PotU" 111..tnk4 wi k m..r .cr
., for tirst-claBs job printing ns it war betwen Spnin and the MfDICll "i4 Ybotogramhic ,View We Ccr a fall I'M
baa never been before. We bye friend who knowing me to be II Fruit sad Ornaenta1Tteessa4arvb.s4ip.
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United States in connectionwith Ie 1'gtker' .U.. .t..Prcc. "'lJra
added to its equipment in this department .: I a 'poor widow, gave it tn me, I I
American interference in TREATMENT( ( THE GRIFFITiC BROS. CO,
Pv.iw.v.
: new preMtrs, new type, .
tried it and with the most gratifying : !1 ;S.viber Ptaat
miCITA VTOSZXIZJ. HXCC1
IIJT.HA
Cub and oh that occasion Don .
and a line of Itationary.. !uit bl : a S .e e S S S 0 a.S S ee a a e a a...a

.to any kind of work. We can Carlos proposed a truce betweenhis ) results. The first }bottle Oil TRill \\ :JI

.. nj.ieved much and the \ '
print anything required, and me very -JOB
* guarantee troops and: the Royalistsand PRINTING-: /HAVE 'HO AGENTS
to tur.i out work that willr:4 second bottle has absolutely cured ., To Any Reliable! Man bat froea
aJalp O\Ir frec,1 a&
;: ,c please the most fa* !ih'u& andrJ1 ,offered( to fight againts\. the I I" had Varrelno .ppt.n e And'De m nth1 r.m.Iej wboI.s.H price* CJ allY" "
me. have not us good Of rare p..rwUIbe ..otuutil&.w.&koiiL any Bring it to THE AuVOCATE. office>> \1 'WMr9 far < critictl) >f p*trnfl., Don't wnd United States. Thus !does bis'' ; aitt>.-c ,. health for' twenty years. Respictfully In the treatcKnt bt EM-n tr""c." woken,dl.- crfkctory.. uw rftt /
:.,elsewhere for your *ork, but Rive tory repeat i lia self. oaarued .from efTecf! of ezoe._ orrv. over.* WE CAN DO IT.I., CarrUxwt sijte of
Mrs. MARY A. BEARD, wort.ic. lUppr uwrri IP red.eumpirt re AS YOU WANT IT. 1cnuMe 8* 4'C'.Q.
::7 to fhow.cJU toraiH*nr tfeTfUwmeatuf nil l'llbalt ooaition...
UB 'opportunity f>r 1 13 par*eatalagueiAS
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o-ISJ : The Use of this sr..r.. oi4.' Ze <*. 0..De.eaeme WHEN YOU WANT IT .
'--'J wbat we can give yjujn quality po- I for Fifty C Du. CJarbiimore' Ark. ,$old by J. L I } Jrwp4kui; ,,"U.1... A 1dIBIE n ..uaa..!... *j .
GnaruuMd tobacco baWt ?.. .. .
andrces. BMUttrcB: Wood care Dmkdl' weij (.'O'aBkiua Druggist. .. MEDICAL CO-64PflAOARAS -L..TRY.US I .ka7$3, 7.So flrrtt,eJi Ifttert. ': .- .
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1:31'r. -GRE
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?* MrJ Thomas i Shade I !! dipd i at the l' !: _'ON'TOP.. ,.. home Saturday- 'from, 'Tam'pa. 'George '- .-

!' GATHERED' CITYANDNEtG", homo:of Mr. ao'd'Hre.' : .,Wm. Mitchell -! And now. -the- sturdy farmerpackabls will be .with us'for a week., He'says .: :- :" '- .
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: BORHOOD.'ITEMS i in! West. Starke last Saturday: J I! peachea up for town; that when he left camp everything ,, ,, .-.. : ? '-IN- '. .
These are the peaches upon: top, wan insplendid condition. ,, -.' .
Shad .
morning. ell
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!. '. : PERSONAL, PERTINENT &PECULIAR. : )Florida : -,i: I O O 00.O'rArid Dr.'Tate Powell- vieited Tampa last" -RINTING ;

-:. .; from rensy1 vania'in li895. He' these are further down: week. The Doctor says bur boys are ..
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fe feIf' Old,papers.for sale at'this office was :suffering L i with consumption -rEustia Lake,.Regl! n. all to In e'enjoyingcamp.lit a healthy condition| immensely.; and seem.- .

.. 20cts, per hundred. when he arrived in Gainesville, and Most."of'the boys are looking betterand I LETETR HEADS, BILL HEADS tNOTE'HEADS' v

Our farmers report that the crops had to be taken I ,'.from the train on ilrs. Hendry is visiting ,her mother, are 'in better health than when ENVELOPES ',:

in this section need rain badly. a.stretcher. Tie climate' of.Florida injLeesburg. at home. ,

.. seemed to benefit his healh, and Capt,.Burrin, of,Lawtey, was in. the Monday morning Mr"\ W. Wr; VISITING CARDS, WEDDING '
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: You if had works '
see we water city Monday. .
Acheson. who works for the
it <<; Atlantic
was not months before he' :
we could secure a regiment of sol-. : able' many be Master Robbie Richard returned to Lumber Company at Ward City, INVITATIONS{ 1 PAMPHLETS,
was to' .He
put again. wasa '
Waldo Tuesday.. happened to a very bad accidentwhile .
diers.A .. photographer by trade, and running the hoisting machine POSTERS, DODGERS ETC.
train load of horses Capt. E. S. Matthews returned to .. ,
passed traveled all over the State in Com at't that place. It seems that the pully

through here en route to Tampa ,pany'with Mr.'Puffer' who assisted .Tampa. last week. rope became'entangled and caught LOWEST I PRICES, i GUARANTEED..ADVOCATE .
yesterday. : ,Judge Richard, of Lake Butler. was his arm j jerking him over on the_ .t
him in.his business. A '
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year ago : -
irrtown .
Saturday. drum. His nose was badly cut and -
:: Buy The Brown Shoes. from he married Mr Gpss, of this city :
two of his fingers were cut off. He OFFICE.
Dr.: /_Walker returned home
Tuesday
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: The W. -B. Haynes Company. Best and moved to Georgia where .he from Jacksonville. was brought to.this city where he received ..... -!. 1
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':. in the world. lived;'for 'several months,' finaly returning medical attention and the, doc- -
,Capt II. S. Grimes.. of Waldo,was -- '- ., ':-- '. .- '.:- ;" :''t..: .
tors 'he will be all in : .
say right a few -
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to Starke. His health then ; GIVE US.AC.l\LL., r '
One of our handsome officers in in;;the city Sunday. weeks LL-- .,:
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to fail liim and ,it not -
: Company Ml at Tampa visits Bar- began was Dr. E. A. Todd, of Lawtey,-was on -

.. <", tow occasionally. long',before. he] was confined to his our streets Saturday.. Bucklon's Arnica Salve. -:- --: ::: 7 '
bed. Mr.,Shadell leaves a broken
iIr."N.: J. Jones and
family are yislting The Best Salve in the world for
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\ We see by the ,papers that troops. hearted wife, and a host of warm in Jacksonville.. C'nts. Bruises: Sores Ulcers Salt

n -':- : en will,route be passing to Tampa.through' here- soon friends who mourn' his death. H'bodY'wasintered J. W. Hodge and family visited I i Rheum}Fever,Sores, Tetter, Chap-, !UR UNION. I! S KOOMING

in Crosby cemetary J/.cksonvilJ yesterday. ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 1 ffi' o

..- When moonlight nights come Sunday morning' ', Rev. Holeman of- ,Miss Marry Dromgool is visiting all.Skin Eruptions, and positively

again what's the matter with a ficating. friends inJacksonvllle. cures Piles, or no pay required. It .And evLHIEpRIcEsJ shot is directed at ,

": r straw-ride to Kingsley lake. ]Picnic at Kingsley. Mr. T.-R. Sweat made"- a business IB guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
trip to Tampa this weeK.
:" lefanded. Price
The picnic season has arrived at The members of the Presbyterianchurch or money :
;": last. There were two picnics last Hon E.. P. Ward, of Ward 'City, 25 cent per box. z
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gave an enjoyable picnic at was on our streets Monday, ... _
week and several more are on the lake last The For sale at J. L. Gaskin's: Drug ...
Kingsley Thursday. Capt. Qeo, Tompsett made, business of (] : < .
;' program. : Store. ,. We have a ]largo stock goods, :
crowd which 'was unsually largeleft trip. to Pal atka last week hand and *. -
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If yon want to keep posted on this city at 8 o'ocldck in the Mr. Wm. Epperson, of Lake But- Here are the, Lucky Ones. .

;:', campaign news subscribe to the morning, arriving; at the famous, ler* was in the_ cUy Saturday. The grading committee who

FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE. Only lake abont 9 o'clock where they (,apt. O'. Brinkley and wife, of,Ward have been grading the "paper s We lust Sell Them Regardless of Cost,

50 cents from now 'until, January1st enjoyed themselves bathing,in itsbeautiful City, were.iii the city Tuesday of the recent teachers examina- -

_.,.. ,1899. waters. Mr. 'Carpenter Mr. Murry Turner,.of Lake Butler, tion finished their work yesterday So come along. _fight i now' and .. .

.. ':: ;' LaCrosse, Alachua, Ward City, who lives on the lake had several 1 Isvisiting.relativea: iu.thls city.Mr. afternoon at 4 o'clock.. take advantage of the ; *, '

'. 'ampson and Starke will soon be boats handy, and they were used J. .,B,_Wing te was registeredat :There were 27 'who were so tcTi -

j ): connected by wire. The A. S. H. all during the' day by,sailing and the New Commercial Sunday. fortunateas to pass this year. '-
.. : rowing parties. A fine dinnerwas :Mr. W. W. Rosenfield, of Savun- BargainsW eAreOfferingJ'; ; -
& G. IV is
the
.;. y. ,rushing work of This shows a great advance _____ :
nah, was on our streets Monday.
spread under the beautiful oak "
ti _'."stringing the'wire which* will connect on lake ment over last years examination ; : We will hereafter do NO credit i. '?
trees the shore at 12 o'clock Miss Helen Richard, of JacksonvUle ,
these and it will
be : >
,,,,. in places and the large crowd which was very is visiting relatives in, the city ,' as there, were only four .:,.;:, business, consequently the good r..V;' ; .- -
finished few weeks.
,.-.... a hungry about that time did ample :Capt. E. S.Matthews has purchased who passed at that time. Fol ;.:.:.;': customers will not have to.,pay 'i'.!. '.:"" .

'., Several people from this city justice to the tempting viands ,ahaudsorne Graphaphone and, outfit. lowing is a list of the lucky ..,. tho bad accounts. }

., enjoyed a delightful picnic at Crosby spread before] them. The pick- ;JMr: C, fC, Leernan,of' Gainesville, ones >- i : ; '. .

", lake last Thursday. The main I:nickers returned home about dark, was. in the city on, business Monday, FIRST- GRADE: :roIouR REGIMENT -- >:

!: .' "" '''' feature of the day was an enjoyable all reported a splendid time,, .Lieutenant 'G, C, Livingston s. o\\ Ar B.. Hendry, Bloxfiam OF CUSTOMERS

,-dance which lasted all of ,the even- Company M, will returp to Tampa Ward Daniel Shaw and Annie ., ... .. '
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-% ing. The music was furnished by A delightful party was given i in Saturday: Cone. Right now and bnet tilts, benefit of :.-;/ .

a good orchestra horn this city. honor of Miss Bell Corpew and :Mr, Chas. Pace has sufficiently re- SECOND GRADE. : ," .. the bargains we aro offering, A .. .
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ill Ellie Fletcher'at the home, of Mr. covered {from his injuries to be on'the fine line of well '
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groceries; as aaevery '
The Starke Ladies' '--f ..
Improvement streets John Green, Minnie Parrish, '
and Mrs. Woodward on Madison again '
Association ice thing else in stock, ... -::: '
gave an cream Street last Friday nighf. .About :;Mr. S.-3.: Straupe of 'Varu U;.wns Alice' Jones, Maggie Geiger, ;

:- :; : upper in tho park Tuesday night, thirty couples! were present and. registered at the New Commercial Belle Corpetv, -Cora Sessions- Hod&fes Douglass & MoLebti;
The was largely attended last '
supper succeeded( in p ssing away the early Suuday aggie" Jyatt, Earnest Knight ,
,; and the proceeds amounted to something 'Mr. R. A,Turner LaCrosse's
one of nnd Dora '
of the "Wainwright.:
\ hours evening pleasantly ,
Truby St & Oo.'s old stan3.
rnherg
,. over $15.00. The Starke prominent citizens, was in the city. THIRD GRADE. .
I playing games and enjoying music i .
:Cornet .Band was and furJ1ished ; on, business Tuesday\ -, : -
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J furnished by :;several .members. of Elliot Geiger, Omie Atkins, ,., .. .. .,, ......._. .,, .... ---
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,1 f.' .. ', inspirincasion. music for the oc the! party Delicious refreshmentswere I prominent!Ir. W. G..business Sealed, one men ot, was Hampton'in thecity Persey Gaskins, L. S. Waldon, .il'tr..A9,..-.. __......;"".' .-..........._..........+-,.,- *"" <.<"O";,,:;', I. .tiiI._4'6,.,.-..,.,,._tti" -...':v.&. ..
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t;;.: ':. ;! also served and greatly, enjoyed -. on business!: Monday. Edgar Thomas, Alice Heard, i THE C. B. ROGERS GO.fSll -

*.\ N. S. Harris, formally connected by all those The .I Edith Laura !
present. Mr. John B. Moody, of Water Oak .Moors Strickland, ..
't'': -v with the )! I IM PORT C: :tA/D: \.JH t.ESALE GROCERS .
Kissimmec
a... Valley has assumed ladies in whose honor the was a caller at ADVOCATE Crews f %
..-. ; young pleasant me Smith .Jess Lewis, Lillie dJ ,- .... m
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,1.. of the STAUKE ADVOCATE party was giv<|n have been attending ottiue last Thursday Matthews-, Lila: Liddon and j

.l- and will make it one of .the the Teachers' Examination: in Mr. B. F, Craig the electrician James Dubose. Provisions, Grain, Hay. HOIST, Grits, Meal, Etc. -,

best and' liveliest papers in the this city for : the past few days made a business trip.to. Jacksonville:: THIRD GRADE COLORED.S. Z 'SOLEGENTSFOn.: Our business confined to the-

.. State,Tampa Herald. ,Monday returning Tuesday, !.v i. trade Orders from 'j"
: They departed for their homes in B. "Tilson.II. Fairbank Canning: Co. Lion! Brand only. consumers -
r I The Valley Gazette congratulates Melrose Saturday. Mr, :R.:tlnh B, Walsh, representing (V I 1 neither solicited nor def(ff f\

the ADVOCATE on its'editorial l 1. the Cudahy Packing Company, wat Two of our young gentlemen f Canned Heats.I t sired. {f J\

Acquisition, and wishes :Mr. Ilarrisboundless We have received the news iu";:our city ou business Monday. while taking a Snuday afternoon 1: Quotations made-I Promptly On Application. |

that;, it is probable that the Miss Etta Barnes, who has been -
success in his new ven- outing at Ivingsley lake happened ... ..... .... ..... -.... .
.' Florida Uegiment'i11 be muttering with a severe: attack of Typhoid ._,. "" -""' _..__"'" ._. ...-:>_tJld.-. .rt'_.,,_.fI.fl_ _!_."_." ._,.p.,t"_'.,_I.-< ,
and
,-" > 'tnre.-Kissimmco Valley Gazette. : fever, is rapidly recovering too a very peculiar embarrassing 'P' '
ordered to Jacksonville We adventure j liicli was as follows! : p'm
: ., liessrs. Powell and Trowbridgc, Mr. A. M. Ackerman, book-keeper --,..-- _
\ hope that this is, true for our It seems that tho had "
men
w, .of Company M, F. S. T., have. beenappointed for the Atlantic Lumber Company\ young .
boys will be nearer'home'.and was in the city on business Monday. bought' several quarts of delicious
as buglers!.
company
J we can visit! them often. plums and: had stored them WILLIAM! 1 TYSON 'I
quite
) away .
ThoTxiys go out into the woods to !r. L. S. Wald
1' _' practice every evening. For .the The boys have often! expresseda attending the High School in this under' the seat? of their buggy for -

!.," first few evenings the boys fired desire to life ordered,; to Jacksonville ,city cadhi., left Saturday for his Choice atAr safe keeping while they went downto LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES, .
: the lake
to bathe. While "
downat
it is better l I
old tin cans and shoes at them bnt as a place

they toughed it out:bravely and In many 'res'. ects than Tampa. -Mr.. W. A. Hendry, who has been the lake. tlTey mct_ their best girl )J) -T STAliK25: FLi\ I(
-' I attending the High School in this and told them
all about the plums,
nowthey are becoming to be quite If this boys are ordered to Jacksonville : city, left Saturday for his home atIYachula .
I tlie '
in The
k professional with the trumpets. ( ; they; will undoubtedly baggy. party-then prd-

?: '-, :, ; '* They; .like to blow mess call,. how- pass, through Starke and we The> Hoover Brothers, Photographers ceoded up the hill! which was a ,,\ Mala; a.Specially of Con: s a ng Traveling 1 > Hen to Foists la the Caantr- .
..' half a mile through sand
heavy to .
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?I -tiliot'_ v..: ever. must see that they receive a who were here some time ago -
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j!'.' "': *%:.,: Several of Starke'syoung ladies rousing reception 'at the train. write that they will again visit Slarkeiu the buggy where, they expected to SECON -HANC HARNESS. AND D'JGGtES, FOR SALE. ,
a few days. make the girls IJt\ppyby: : inviting .

y -*. ....t'! and gentleman Created.our,.... citizens: A, terrible)' wind and. rain ReI. J., A. Hendry returned':Monday -' them. to) a delicious, .. plum- feast. A w-. w.w..s.illa .. ,, 1

i(.. '- ; : ':J.t"1It'. 'magnificent. an d",inspiring :storm did considerable damageat from High Springs:) where he bas When tile buggy was reached the

b. : .' :Bcrcnado< I last Thursday been attending the District Confer I a .
evening.: n
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:, Lawtey Tuesday .evening. young? men looked under the seat
? 't Cake ence at that place. -
gaud lemonade were p:1.rod Almost, all of the corn was for the plums but tpr e to changtlJ ? Oil'1 .

N :. around JlOuscs.\" sited.freely I. at The several.of the blown downj,i in that section Atlantic:Mr F., H.Suwanuee Elmore,River Auditor&of Gulf the they, had vanished.. This". made thegirls a n .CL1r rLty. :

young people mad and they went back to :
A house, was{also wrecked'near Railway, came down from Jacksonville ,
:were accompanied I by three crack that; I>>Ince: j No one 'was hurt on business Tuesday. the lake ,alone leaving the youngmen -

(. musicians who succeeded, ,in rcnderlng however. -. i Miss Belle C'orpew, who has been tofume, and rave over the disappearance -;' For: Sale By ,
I'f : the awakening i introduction 'I i .
m t attending the High School iu this of the p tllns. If 'the' "

:J' .Maudulo.horr'abloas;: the first ,sew The New_ Commercial Hotel city ,for the-past'few weeks, left Sat- young gentlemen 1 a 1 only taken i --

1.t f.. lection>' at every place. visited. grounds' I atly l im urday for her home in Melrose. the trouble to look in the bushes I Jf: E, Pr McMUBEAY, Grocer/

.' 'm, Fish fries are all{ the fad noradays. -' proxeci .by tl,skillfulAyork: ofGardnerRoberta. Mr. Darby Gaskins who, has been by the road side they would have
i ". ; attending the Uni of Virginia seen several seated NOTE REDUCTION IN'PRIC'E
:;, Tarties from this 'city lind. :< verity small boys on I' .
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4Mr. returned home last week where,he
; -,f I "'" !"' the grouudamongst'a: pile of plum
4;. ; I' I'grcat enjoyment m Kjiaing for the Green. j' Informed us that will visit his parents duriug the summer seeds' much Qx,: e Gi-SfliorL: 5lNTe ceri.ts,
; tinny tribe about cnjoyingthesatnovery ,
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once i ..week.
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|' .. :East SHlurdavj fib ght' tjuitu--a party he sold 52 excursion' tickets- to but they did .not notice this. rThey j.,: G-alloaas. SO'centsThis : .... -

: of Starkc.t; Vii ,' )'NUlnnt Jacksonville ,! from this place Mrs. Oat and Charlie, of the New jumped in the bugS and drove!the '.'
94 : l'eujIe i Commercial Hotel, Je yesterday for Oil"sold in the
("*' took >I E frf 'yesterday nicrning.. : ] seven miles to town .in fifteen is the best City
a
rantagr tlU} iFl'cudLt! : Savannah where they will.apeud_the .: ,_ .
i.,.. : I \natlier and: r.1roye St t to S:1rt: l"f l\ (, Teeniy fs I Blood Deep.- greater, portiou of _the summer with. min 1 fes. <. .- .- \ : Call and examine stock of Groceries :-1.. 4
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M ", .. cltthlug a large an nut uf1iie, + ;) : dsaa your bipf-d and: ketivis: celnb: >' Miss Etije; Fletcher, 'one' or' Melroses.wiuaonue'youngladies 'b.t' : Tol.feo Snit and Smoke Tour life Awaj.. : I guarantee prices as low ,as ,
: ><< .., h"I'i' at'tag: : invthe JasK-liver sad ttvia-Gl irspt Tc,quit to?:kco- asi17 and toreTftr.,..e iniynetic ".*
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ail, tlicyvafitod! to''Lat j j.ut i nti i from the l-odv. UcgJh_ today 'to who has ;flttof life,nerre andjieor, take X6-To- any,< nd'solicit your trade. -/ -
I t ? j bah pu 1p1cs, b6;l-Llottb: / blackbeaas; been*attending the Teacher Examination Eac,the wonder; orker.that makes Vcalt cicnsirocg. .. .. .
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lelt3 tlis>j 1r'tb.quite a im ttltrNr. J nr,1 tt at.icky biUoUs'CJm n bJ taksg I Iii this-citvv All drcssists,We cr tl. Ccresuarattteel -
left for
;: ; 1clt"ovc'r.vhi. h was l-oiight homo I C-I. tt.tt"1.en'orten'"-1I'c ..- 0, ,,:A.ts.,_All.drag Saturday.. .. ........ ..,.JJooWet ami,, saroplo free.' .AG Tress SATISFACTION'GU.AItANrBED: .
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