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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1898
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IV. i .. s'rmKE.':. FI;<<. !tDA. JUNE: "23; 1898. NUMBER 58.w. .

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,r. R'IGDOX HELD' f COUNTY' 'I HAPPENINGS ;' Three -or four*&. of the boys' LATE WAR liE'WS. Cuba has visited Sampson. He CMINTY DEJI CRJ1.TIV', ... ..

;rs'Cbnred, "iVIth the Assassination }have been, home lately, 'andwhen predicts that the Spaniards "who 1 XECUT1VE"CD1hlIIT-
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or. Gco. P. Cauova at ITEMS OF LOCAL--AND'GENERAL they come back,they always are now on the verge of star"ation TEE MEET1 W. .:

F Samlet-son. I INTEREST bring lots of good things Each Days Events s Chronicled ,will sucbumb in a few ronreniioii w13ih.
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.. The preliminary hearing, of from Starke. months. allelfor.JlIIY' .
T.. A. Knight Rccomssaended -
:'."W. P. Rig ont who \was 'arrested Gleaned by Our .Able: Regular Correspondents.;- I We have been'vaccinated and, THURSDAY. Blanco is_strenghing his bat- For Supervisor

about a week ago, charged i our .- Tho second Manila expedition teries. Food Is scarce; in Cuba, .. .
arms are very sore, my of Itegistrn'tion. _
!i; ,' <. >vjiyitli being implieateded in the Sauipsoti: City. arm hurts .so bad I can' hardly sailed from Sanfrancisco and the Spanish army. is on l h'aU '

"4. .- ':, murder of Geo. P. Canova at Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, of Jack Wednesday with 3 .OOU 'sol rations. !
) ...,. i ; ''l'ne. Most of the vaccinations : Pursuant call Chair-
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to of. ::
were
relatives ;
! Sanderson the night of sonville visiting diers. Another expedition is I
!.t" ,. : on I are a success judging from : WEDNESDAY.The .
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l' : __ dUp :5was, held' at Macclenny here Snnl1aYi"t ] the way the boys arms look. being prepared. There is no Spanish press are clamoring man a Democratic warm meeting ExecutiveCommittee '

a",, '... Tuesday; and [Ri dyn-' was: '.e }hare. had some refreshing -; I hostile feeling the' part of for peace', at any price.It County .
tho
{ :Bordered }held for trial before .showers of'I late, which] .has ,y'are still drilling 'hnrd'twJce Germany in regard to the Phil- is announced that the chan was held' at '
t a day and are rapidly: : Court House in Stark Monday: :
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'ttlie4Circuit. Court. very much; improved the crop),, lippines. cellories of Europe are about to .
Several other persons f are conditions. i iMessrs learning the arts of war.Ve The Marines are doing some effect an important movement I II All the-memembers, except

.' :/ !still under( arrest, charged with drill on the beach occasionaley, vigorous fighting: around Guatan'amo toward\ negotiations for peace. E. P. Ward, of Pine Hill, went ..

,. ..... will have IIe tan andWilliford, we like it there for the sand is I Tile' present, with Chairman Hill in ,
.:9aei gJmp1icated and : in Cuba, army of invasion has '
.I of Tlieressa, are among the re-, firm. Last week' I the chair and G. W. AldermanSecretary. -:
more we were : : ,
later. The Vesuvius tries her dina- reached its
;preliniinafy\ hearings destination ofT '
cent:additions to the handsomer .
;:; beach and The '
the A.
drilling near meeting was
;,',>.i:: I mite guns on the. batteries Santiago. Shafter, together
.', \F1RST: FLORIDA COLORS young men brthe Veneeringmill. II; Johns was right guide the held with, closed doors. .
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', ;., ...... I around Santiago and wonderfully with Sampson, visited: Garcia'scamp :
,-,;, -': .' >;1f hti i:stand; of colors for the Major ordered fours right which astonishes Spaniards. and held a consultationwith The meeting was called faro ','

:- .:""m. !Florida; Regiment, United Elder W: F. Mal )burs filled placed the right guide directly] FRIDAY, the rebel chief.. Blanco the purpose of recomending :t i

of'- : '"' ;;" /-:? SBf !Tolimteers, has been received his '' .appointment) at the on a line with a small swamp; There is considerable gosip has sent six battalions to oppose ,supervisor :of registration .to

'."1. ',' 'by" George W. Wilson, Baptist. I Church,1-Sunday,. and the guide' : did not hesitate to over the German Y attitude toward the landing and bitter the 'Governor for appointment,,.

editor? the Times-Union and delivered of his usual wade in followed l 1l the anti as this office is to
>:: -'. ,?! : "** one! en- y com the occupancy of the Philippines fighting is expected off Santiago supposed. .
-.. nd, is : displayed ntertaining, sermons ti an pany. It was rather/hard] on I have! considerable effect .on. tho k
1:it'i' ': '.,;1;; ; "n'J.4', now :' '. appreciative by the United State, in the next few days. ,, .*
":' :', ;: t1 "bu si mess office of the T. audience. 'r:: the} boys too forsome or_them but it is claimed on' the part of Court House ,election, unsual '

<\. : : v;:i.,' "Mr: J. M. Wt1fendiadeashort I 'i. had, on patent 'l leather, shoes. the German nation that there Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. interest was manifpstel1'in thrt

\, ; 'he intention! had been to visit tb his parents 3tE"itl.ton : T,. P. will not .be made :any attempt torobjjiis The.Best Salve in the world for recommendation. .Ag.l n>'Ctht, '. ,

;, alai the colors in the armory, ; last {weed I' during his Uo-1o-asac for Fifty Cents.Guaranteed country of the fruits Cuts, Bruises: ; Sores, Ulcers Salt opposing forces of Starke an.l". '. ,

.' lint th.isVas found to be impracticable absence mill : operations "were man strong, blood tobacco pure.habit'Mo.cure!1..,All make dru' weak aits. of its-victory.: Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappejl Lake Butler were a'fraytd." : .
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:"- and they we're accordingly Hands;Chilblains Corns mid against each other, and 'soma.-! ,
suspended but he ,has things A Starke Boy: in Ct ba. Sampson is still pounding :
exhibition in all Skin Eruptions, and positively sharp politics broughinto play.-..
on .
L'V put moving up lively here now.. Mr. E-.lward Clyatt, is the way "at Santiago. .A third at- ..,
I*.:' the business office of the Times- tack has; been made and cures Piles or no pay: required. It The names.. presented to tIlt. ; .
first boy from this county who great '
Elder Hendry i of Starke is
I is guaranteed to give perfect sal: committee. of
Union and Citizen where they supervisior
done bat-
I dnma/ie: to Spanish
been Cuba
has to during the
to preach )here Monday night.
;can be seen by the public.! I tries. isfaotionnr money refunded. Price registration were. T. A. Kighr: ,
His sermons are interestingand present! crises. Ed., left Tampa 25 cent box.
very. per Sfarkf
,". The frig: are; made of--'lieavy The 'war department is hurrying supposed to represent ,
the Gussie'a few weeks .
he has made; excellent irapressipns on ago. For sale at J. L. Gsskin's and-E. J. Ward for the Lake
silk and are exceedingly) hand : ::: Drug >
for the Porto
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with our people for IIe; secured a position on that Score.
Butler -
t On both embroidered contingent '
: some. are
Rico invasion.
so short.aeqn ntance. boat as clerk. His .duty was to ,. ,
the words: First Regiment, SATURDAY Judge; 3Kichard's Court, A vote was taken and resulted .
help check off the'erirgo as it '
Florida Volunteers, 1808. Both There we been large numbers was. unloaded.' lie gives an "Spanish people are loosing In Judge Richards court Tuesday in : Knight 4, War. Then) .

r air also. heavily fringed with o'f fish' t.tkcnfrom! Sampson 'interesting l account of his ad* confidence .in their Government. "W. H. Edwards Si%, vs being only) 8 members pvesenfr,

yellow1* silk cord, making the Lake : recently' with hook and venture which is as- follpws. Merchants and." other people Liz y Croker, claimant; was a the Chairman insisted .upon

1,1r, t, t. exceedingly rich and. most, seine and the'! deadly strikingiron \Ve; left Vampa: early one morning recognize that war is suicidal, quite interesting case, a trialof casting his vote for Mr.. ,Ward_ t

Pleiain,. r but somebody is going to and after delightful and Ij l.\e'.'gent the Government. the rights of property 1) involyingoneblack.mule. and making a tie. The committee

The'standard: is of solid} blue, object' ; to this \yhplesale slaughter age'of' several days "WH sighted voy: a demand; for peace setting A jury wasempahell ,decided that the Chair-

... with the coat: of arms of the before tho.hole'. finny tribe the,coast of Cuba., We did forth that amputation is better (' sworn, and tried as man, not representing any dis

Uuite'd States worked in silk in is destroyed. i. than disolution.' The. Queen to'their qualification and finally trict and there being no tie wa3..v
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not see any Spanish troops until -
'' the The is accepted by the attorneysD. not-entitled to a vote and his -
A center. eagle particularly Your correspondent will be we came quite near the shore has eloquently insisted upon

.c well done, and shows looking for ;orders for his an4 then we saw several 'com 'abidicatirfg in order to insure M. Gronto for plaintiff, J. E. vote was- not allowed. Mr.

up in bold relief. poetry, as suggested by the pany's of Cavalry The -Dons to her little son Alfonso the Putch for claimant who proceeded :I Knight was recommended bythe -*

The design and making of the Bulletin I, correspondent, and i sat:ion their horses and gazedat reign, but she.__has been persuaded to examin witnesses. Eight majority for appointment:

colors are as perfect as it would fears he will noj; be. prepared to us until they saw we were to withdraw her ,resi+r- witnesses identified the mule as supervisor of registration. Then ;, ,

{ be.possible to conceive, and the, I fill early: order.sf his first composition about' to land then they, began nation. __ the. property) o'f AY. II. Edwards may boa contest-by the minority -...' .

I : boys of the First Florida Regiment in that line has yet to charging up and down the At a council war held in Sr. and ten swore positivelythat claiming a tie. .

': will undoubtedly- be very be made up. :; beach.; Our men fired at them Washington: it has been .agreed the mule was the propertyof A County Convention to elect

of this handsome gift I .Lizzy Cooker, clamant. After delegates to the State Convention ,
proud Mr. Q. ftlilam, while takinga and they retreated back into that the campaign as originally

_. .:. ,: They will be carried to the front few idays vacation, from the the! ; woods. The} next time they planed should be carried out. hearing the testimoy the to be held at Orlando Aug.3rd. .

by the First Florida in the mill madd an i inspection r of the :appeared they had increased SUNDAY.A jury retired, to consider of ., 'and the Congressional

Thickest of the light, and will melon there number and we soon saw Spanish- Courier has been their virdict and after remainingin 'I Convention to be held at De-'
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reported
whicnVhe
1 ,. the to at, all crop, session until 1 oclock Wed Land July 20th. was called to "
lead boys victory ,
that there killed while to
; good as f U" .3'S l lie! tried them. we cpnld not land. : attempting.
ensday morning they reportedto meetat the Court House July
times.
Other attractions besides mel- The Captain tried to land at cross the Cardon around Santi
After in Jackson the court that they could 13th. Bradford county being ,
remaining ,
ons, will no doubt cause him several i>laces' but failed I ago, having on his person important -
ville for few days the colors ; not agree and asked to be discharged entitled to representation as
a another trip in the} near future.J. each. time on account of the dispatches to the com-
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". .. will be taken to Tampa, where shore batteries and .number jnandant at Santiago, which which was done by the follows In the State Conven

they will be formerly presented J. Zeigler, spent a few of Spanish troops. The Gus- told of theoccupancyof the bay court, and now the mule question tion G delegates. In] the Con-

to the First Florida Regiment. days at Theressa, his old home sie then returned to Florida. by American ships, and that remains yet a problem to gressiqnal Convention, '7 dele

.. 'The for their purchase last week, he reports a royal be solve gates.
: money The! next trip that I made 'to the. people there were reducedto
.
l\ms secured by the Times good, time fishing' on the Lake, ,' -
? Cuba I was aboard the. Florida. half rations, which at that .
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Beauty Blood Deep.
.. the fish seemed) to be hungry Bad management keeps moro
,;Union and Citizen through : succeeded': in I landing arms' rate would not last beyond Clean blood means a clean skirt. No
and just waiting for him, about bttuty without it. Cascarets,Candy Catharti people in bad circumstances than
'
.., .popular subscription. men and ammunition without'! June. : ; clean your blood and keep it clean by other To be .
eighty wese caught in a Iew.houl's. : : up the ] : and driving all imPurities any one-cause. successful
:
'- OJ3LJ311. o R%.e.. much interference from the. A Spanish half-breed was i from theybody. Begin blackheads one must' look ahead. and .
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DEnhih pimples, boils, blotches, .
.. jTto KM Via has AlwaIS Bought!:t i One of shota foiled in his attempt) at Hon- 'I
." JIwa. :; Spaniards. our men at d that sickly bilious complexion by taking plan ahead so that when a favorable -
SIpI\vt .d.,I.---' l AT Spaniard who came ,char i olulu to blow up one of the Csocerets,-beauty for ten cents. Alt dreg88 I itself
.r IX .CAMP TAMPA; b }1g gU a J tisf action guaranteed ilk,25c,50c. opportunity presents

/" DEAn ]ADVOCATE: down I a'hill on a fine.horse. He Phillippine transports. Let Us Have a Flag. ho is. ready to take_advantage of

o r must have either been crazy -or MONDAY. it. A little forethought; will also ..
-PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, Mr. H. Austin is getting I Every town in the State
/ up his horse was running for From evidences along the save much expense and valuable
away,
who has sent a military com- '
quite a as if gal adviser for
rep time. A prudent and careful:
he himself and coast of Cuba, indications are
was by came
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L. SCOTT. M. D., \ the front have honoredthe
... A .1 the company,- th!e boys consult' t like' the wind towards that the landing of the of pany to man will keep a bottle of Chani-
I : right our army
4.PHYSICIAK.AKDSTABKE+ SURqEON a"" .him on all occasions.. boys by floating a-flag on berlain'a Colic, Cholera and
I i men...... He was soon stopped I invasion will trennously opposed I
vacated
'FLA. the Armory by them. 'Diarrhoea Remedy in thei house
i' .... We .have a nice, shower of E however: by a .-Jorgerisen by the Spaniards: and ,
Office at GHilda's Drug Store. Starke should not be behind 1 the shiftless fellow will wait un--
.- "". rain almost \'ery afternoon, bullet in the necl?. We did I cannot be accompJis4edvith- the other towns in this respect. !'itil necessity compels it :Jnd'then

I D.. 1' and it fools oil .the atmosphere not have much trouble Qut hard wprk.: As.soon as the It
+; STEW A. T W landing
for
.E. .. ...- I Let us have a handsome flag; ruin his best horse going a
KOSE .. and keeps; the dust-down for we :dodged the shore bat- transports'arrive the woods will I and have .
,-YE, EAR, AHD T5HOIT-. I j t -s V- and let it float over the. armory.It doctor a big doctors. :-
< TomIIIemmin'! is\l6oking\ l terra and did not encounter be shelled. to clean them of men- bill to besides one *.
,, STARKE, }FLA. waY any would, not cost but a few pay ; paja.

pffloe at starve Drug-Co. fine, he i is gairiing; in. weighteveryday large, body of Spanish' troops. ace. ,dollars to secure. one and if the out 25 cents, the other is out'.a
I returned home on the Flor- is that Manila hundred dollars and' heirwr orders
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It reported
he will be
soon as
people of Starke; would chip in
and am back the ;
% ." :1 large as our lecal; adviser. ida! going .has .surrendered Dewy. why his neighbor getting,. cher.,
libel without
,chance I a'y we couldbuy: flag
!' 'k nee get.Mr.
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wi .. while he is getting poorer. For
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; .._.. i we were ordered' to '"' any trouble we would state sale byJ. L. Gaskius Drcgg st. ..
.:. './Attorney and Counsellor at Law,:. J Jacksonville bup i the' order was P. Ketcham of Pike City, The Spaniardsarodriven. flajJQ that those*who desire to show ,

:' 'J, STARKE,'TLA. ', .*.. countermanded land we will remain Cal I i says: "During brother's' their:, defences at.--Manila: and(): there patriotism in __ this way There School will be a Union and Sunday '
picnic
late sickness from sciatic rheumatism < chief has deserted. The excursion
; their
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-.. .Offlc at iiealdsaC on Cborrj Street in Tampa\i for some" time : can 'do sb leavingthere contributions toBurnett's Lake next -:
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._ I'' yet {4 '' '. Chamberlain's Pain Bat.masthe Insurgents will not harm or with Mr. Jos. Eckert- Tuesday, June 28th. Trains

"" < : 4I I !; only remedy' that gave take the city until the Americans leave this city ove ..the A. swill
let our merchants
attHe
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-Hemmingway
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.,.' 3K CIVIL ENGINEER.Drawing. him:: any relief. Many otherhays arq 'ry*ady.: Ko attempt S. R. &; G. Rty. at 7:QO:a", m. "
: .' .Moore/!cam dOwn, with;:: Lieutenant testified to the'prompt re \vill be made by De\vv to land and. business men .come, for- and 2 p. ni.' and returning,will

: ::. .i A GOUNTY. '" ....:...rURV- YOR.1 .j;Livingston, la.st.} ?.eek, lie 1 from. pain "which that liniment ,: the 3,600 troops iii Manila' bay, ward and' honor. our boys who'are leave the lake n12Oud.: ...*" ?'
'. prOrrponl Jae PrlatfasFstl: [ the' I \ affords. For sale arrived. .,at the front fighting fpi 7:00 The fare 'the'- _
t they .willjoin : company : by. until others have p. m.. for:. ,. "', ;
: .,i lutes of Fork fanill on tppUcttioa. ":! : ..! .,.. ... .,.- C """
l. ftc 0. 3 CaU.:rtet rltn CU1Peek., :.V': again*. ." -1L"k". ..JJL.. :: 1. -D., c('P<') .. ''."-' ':. l7Garciathe:: ; :; Insurgent,chief in. ,their'country. _. round, trip, will be 25 cents.. -. 1; ;" ,,
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Florida e eBaca e, THE! WAR: WITH SPAIN.; hold as ,guarantee, of i e'l Frank 3'tantOtt the brightgenious 1 \

:IF ,"'" payment of a war indemnity! of the Allan:- Consti- '
""" Is It':a War of Conquest,or
-.,. '>- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Is Jt Being Waged forIIumaiii Spanish, territory, but we do tntion, says'.'a certain Tampa' AN OPEN LETTER
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notLbelieye that the American youth wrote the following letter "
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". people will ever submit. acquisition to one of his boy: ,friends, To MOTHERS.
". the ,
: Entered at the pobtofflce at Sprite, Florida, At.' outset is>was contended 'dranexation' '.of one and'there mat be more "truth, ', '\V x.ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TO rC
.. .';c' as sooond-elfss mail matter. that the present war with TIIE -OF THE,WORD AND .
foot of Spanish soil by conquestor than poetry in Its application EXCLUSIVE USE "CASTORIA

., ',." ,"" ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. Spain was to [be waged in be- otherwise in the face ot the to some cases: ,' "PITCHER'S CASTORIA,'* AS OUR TRADEMARIC.I -
half] of the Cubans: who suf-- DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts
.. Monroe doctrin which has always '4'My pa.has gone to fight the ,

.. }. "',". :N. S. .IIAfRIS, fering: from the yoke of Span- been upheld as the settled the Spaniards, can they ain't was the'originator of "ASTORIA," the same that r.

..'_:, 'f r DITOB.4ND.PUDLISHEB.. ish rule.had. taken up :arms in policy of these. United States. been no row at our house since... has borne and does now bear/ sjjpzr IS1"* on ever g- _......
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their ;own behalf and, for four the C&a&ffi&4 ,
signature of
: Advertising Rates ne left. Ma says peace was facsimile wrapper.
:...'. years',had maintained.a. relentless War has been declared b e- '
.... '. Our advertising rate will b s as reasonable declared when he went. Au This is the original "CASTO R I A which has been used in. ;:'
.;... fcs consistent with keeping up a good new.- warfare with the mother tween the Lake Butler Bulletin;! !. fames
-- pa-he wrote home an said he the of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
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.. 3aper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to in' and the Starke The
country, a patriotic struggle Telegraph
Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only thanks God for war, as nowhe'll LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it, is > '" -
p to set I and maintain cas us. belli is concerning touch a proportion of advertisements as will ;, up a Government something -
Insure that all will be sees and read and cone have a holiday : and hehppes the kind you have always bought' on the ...
of their one Court House elect:= '
burled behind a anus'of others. Rates will ... own. that will r
war lastten
&za&x7&&
and has the &
be uniform and wilt be made known on appli The oppression; of General ion, in Bradford County, which signature of & wrap- .'

cation., "Weyler, then Governor years, and then end solar from per. No one has authority from me to use my name except ':

home that lie_ can't get back ; ,The Centaur Company of which Chas.H.Fletcher is President. -. 0\ -
McKinley has effectively eliminated of Cuba, and his inh \ f and when ma read that she/ said,' w

"' W. J. Bryan from U. methods, of (.conducting th Swifts Creek Pond to the bate 'Amen!' They goes on this March 24, I 89&. .4' .' .'". Ivr

: S. Politics. He simply had Spanish side of the war broughtthe'matter tlements of Sampson river. It but I if .D. ,""" !'i.'..7
way, guess pa was
" him appointed a Colonel and to .the attention of maybe well to remember thatthe killed she'd put on mourning Do Not Be Deceived. 1 7'-;?

'detailed him to the the United States when President race is not always to the
PhillippineIslands for him, and make out like Do_ not endanger the life of your child by accepting .3, .
;' where he can talk free Cleveland! stated the policy swift nor, the victory to the ;.
which -offer
substitute
. she was sorry. Men is curious, a cheap some druggist may you
, silver to the "till! of this country in a strong,*but we say "lay on Me-
Phillippians message but women is ciuionser, and (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in .

:. the clouds roll by." to Congress declaring that when Duff and damned be he who neither one knows mor'n they gradients. of which 'even he does not know ,

.. conditions arose in Cuba that first cries hold enough 1"! .\
orter know. -'The EM Toil Have Always Bought"BEARS
The Grand Stand play of the were offensive to the United. ;

railroad commission in ordering States, and the" and The President is considering THE SIGNATURE OF
property
the! advisability of making a How's This. .. ...
fares cut to 3 cents per mile l
lives of American citizens in
third call for thousand
seventy-live -
just on the eve of the coming Cuba were jeopardized, then the volunteers to be used as a We offer one hundred dollars :
reward fur case of Catarrh
campaign smacks of snare and United States :would interfereon reserve force in case of au emer- any
that
cannot be cured Hall'sCatarrh
a delusion and a trap set for the grounds: of humanity in gency. This is considered Cure. by ....

the.unwary, which is probablyt advisable in order to have m Q ..
behalf of the Cubans .
strugling time to readi- P. J.CHENY& Co.,.Props. Toledo 0. ."'"C"
) be made to the roads in get the.troopsJn Insist on Having
up and for the of its
protection
JJ ness for active service when We,the undersigned, have known h .... "w R
,some round about manner; own citizens. needed. The' war board discovered F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years The Kind .That Never Failed You. .j'..:.'

President McKinley quoted l that the United Stares and believe him perfectly honorable y" '
Under 1UX CCNtAUR COMPANY TT MttBMA eTBICT. Mew VOM-(TV. '
the tax bill 1
new war : r '
in all busmen transactions :
from Mr. Cle elands message were wholy unprepared for wa rand ,
one can scarcely breathe without suds financially able to carry out
the militia
1 in his to unlit for use. __ : -C
message Congress and I any obligations made by their tirm. --o :
Government it. :
a on
stamp except on dress parade and -
\ r stated that the time had arrived WEST & TRUAX Wholesale drug: -FOR- p.
Wars come high, but in orderto considerable time is necessary Toledo O. a
gist, ,
when the conditions described .
replenish the moribund rank : to make fighting material out I \VALDING, KINNAX & MARVIN; 'FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING ,

of Colonels, and give" the young in his message existed, of raw recruits Wholesale druggist, Toledo O.

and, that the United. State; Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken ISKIXG YO'UK WOKK TO THK FFICE OP THE -
of
generation Vanderbilts, As- ,
Government should by armed Now the sweet girl graduate internally, acting directly upon <

tors, Grants and Lees jobs and I intervention put a stop to these blushes profusely before an .the blood and mucous surfaces of FLOR1DA1JEKLJIADVOCJX1.a }?.( ,

keep up the pension roll we admiring audience astonish the @ystem. Price 75c per bottle. '
atrocities to the extent of ending ; Sold all
by druggist. Testiuionals
have to have them. es the world with the sparkling

This Is the season of the year Congress the war in'in its Cuba.action went t essay profundity tied with of blue a graduating ribbon and i 3i 3T free.Hails! family pills; arc the ba- ,_t. : WE PRINGAUDS. T :::;.:<.;. .

when, in order to keep disease further and declared that Cubaought exits amidst a cart load of } r 'fC'S; '7'"_ /- -
f :.t.i : .:'
.
and prevent sickness, premises to be and shall be free, bouquets showered by 'friendsand l J. F. P. I McMUREY[ I CHECKS( .' LABELS* '. .- tI ".

should be th<3roughly renovated, under a Government of their admirers; to go home and INFANCY l TICKETS.ENVELOPES.: liLANKS, .. .".
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marry a dude, sweep the floorand \\1 :.
cleansed and kept in a heathful own, and in their declaration of :wash dishes. GROCERIES I ,! ('lnCUJ ,. ,

condition.-- The city authorities war declared emphatically that i.BILL HEADS .. i:: STATEMENTS: _

will do well to institute strict there was no intention, nor STEEDS OUR WARRIORS '-- i I NOTE HEADS; 'LE1 r1. HEADS//

.inspection of premises inside would.it be permitted that this STRIDE. -I ':ICEEP }.:.l.(J.' ETC., J"P'Y. ..
: ..
The Best and )? Stock 0' :"
Freshest in Toys ,
the limits and that country should .
city see the acquire any The'Tampa correspondent of : '-'
WE: MEMTSCN THE: IMPORTANT::: .
TBY ME.- .
sanitary regulations are 'complied territory, or exercise. any functions the New York World says : .. : .' 1

with. over the possessions ofSlrtin : such attention has been attracted //Skilled' Printers '. (. } .'

; further 'than' fostering to the fine horses ridden .EDWARD MIDDLETON. REQUISlm.S i ..... //fGood I Paper- .. '>:....,-".: ,
The lath \Vas a meat and i +
the new embryonic SIICt' !!U r to Anfire-its&M'.delleaon.!
republicstruggling
by General Shaf ter and Wheeler .
glorious day for Jacksonville. for -TO'L: Presses, 1: "
: recognition upona and Generals Lee at Jacksonville PROP a'iGi OF I. ,

The unveiling ceremonies were free CubansoiJ. ; General Shaffer weighs -GOOY1ORK: : :
Starke .
Livery Feed and Sale .
most
a gratifying success -
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Upon! these, conditions a call 1 over 300 pounds. He has four \ .
Large crowds in all]i L A 11 (1 ,, -.
came on ,.
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was made: and 200,000 of Amer horses in bis stable. One iso a STABLES \ ," 1'I1ik ?
trains acd the country cousins ; .. .
ica's noble eons "
responded t large full of fire and c .
gray snap. .
were there in profusion. The the JO/WO SECOND! HAS3 B'JSSIES! I TEK.MS \ > .; '
1 protect honor of the American He is named Dick. Anotherfine {f i 3 x
soldiers, in .camp 'ct Jacksonville AND HARNESS Faa SALE. I II STSlCTUf CASH.!! I WE HAVE ALL THESE 666We ," ..> ,
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Hag which had been in -otiitfI.-- .'
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beast is a bay mare sixteenhands _____ __ I .
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lent luster to the oc.casiou'nnd .. ,
suited the '
the address of Govenor by blowing up of the high and uncommonly THEe Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.: ,

Maine in a Spanish harbor> strong for a horse of her build Office in ,Toatoffice Call and Sri Hi .
Bailiing. .' ,
Bloxham was well received, t' ... '
coupled with a' humane NEW YORK '
sym The third is a fine black WORLD > ,. ', '#
and the day marks] anothere.entfulor.r.tsion '
pathy for a suffering race who j
of medium size, but strong. His e I
,
in the history DO YOU WRITE 1 .
h
were being [exterminated by named Charlie It is repor* THBIOE-A-WEEK: EDITION. -, '

of the metropolis. .. of Florida being starved and inhumanly ted that when the General goes IF SO WRIE EIGHT.sv ',:: '..: ; :
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It is treated. into the field he has box '.. ... .1, ..
very likely that. Fernan- a .' < t
__ 18 Week .
Pages
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dina, will be selected as the place It is .now announced fromWashington \ about two feet' high 'made for ., '. ,- ;'.: '.;, .:,:" ..;' ,,

for the Mobilization: and :embarkation that the policy of his use. He gets upon this 156 Papers Year -, '. ";. .:< ; /- ."'- ., ;

.
) of the Porto Rico of the Administration will be and the horse is led close to ',", .;-, ...,*-5Hfcf. r1 .
? ,, up FOR ONE DOLLAR.Published \ ,,: ."" ?.. q :

expedition. It has been found to take pos esion of; and hold it. Soldiers stands on either ...>..'.:,_ '-..'"''-:''J ''r":'_ .' ....... :,;". 't...

that the faclities, of Tampa are the Philippine Islands and side; one lifts and pushes, !thp every Alternate Day except Sunday ''. :-..i.. :'> ;.':

Porto Rico as acquired territory other'pulls and hauls and l hetwen : "
inadequate and there has been : ,,. i.
and place :a guardianship them the stout old The Thrice-.n.\Yepk Editionof ,-'..",, .',' t
a constant muddle bet-wen the they get .;, .
.
THE NEw YanK ."
WOIU.D i is ," "
railroad and military authorities over Cuba so long as may: 'be soldier in his seat in the saddle. "
first! all i.. .
among weekly" .lra- :
in gating off the expedition ( necessary to forma governmentof But when once seated he is an pets in size, frequency of publication .. ir* -*,'.;:-'.!<'., ,; '
its own. ideal ''rider and his and the /"<
to Cuhn. The first Florida one forgets freshness,

regiment will compose a part To seize or damage property weight. General J Joe Wheeleris accuracy and variety of' its I am SubAgent tug Bradford and Sun: .:. .' .,.

or territory of an enemy whilea a connoisseur of. horse flesh. contents. It -has all the meritsof ""'r .
of the Porto Rico expedition.The rounding Counties for this Celc- :
state of war exists is legitimate His favorites are two fine black a great $6 daily at the priceof
I a dollar weekly. Its political ; bratcl'l'YIJc1"-7ritcr. ',: '. '
fourth of July, the glorious warfare, but to acquire horses and one light biy one. news is prompt, complete, ..."\ ..'.

fourth is fast approaching territory from Spain by ,con- They are named Chessy, Nic accurate and impartial as all its I Can'11 Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES .

other cities are preparingto quest ought not:to be permitted and Jixey. The later is the readers will testify. It i is / SUB-AGENT., '

celebrate in a manner suited by: the citizens of, this country. General's favorite. General Lee against the monopolies and for L -. -:- v_ ___ ... I J

to the oce.asion. No doubt a l'his'war started 'out in the has four find horses, three having the people.It .

number of Starke'jcitizt'ns will of prints the news of all the .
humanity and
name, was: soT been presented to him since I
4. *' I world *
having special correspondence ; SSSIT
BOW
visit neighboring cities on this. an nan: need to this world. In I he .arrived .in Jacksonville from all important '
? ,the
V-'ord's! sriile
; most friendly are
?
day unless something is gottenup the name of humanity, are we Two are.black animals, one a news points on the globe. Itj;' 'Y A $y 1 1J always ready for the weldressedman. .:

to keep them :t home. ..a -nation"r pirates I or "Land Kentucky thoroughbred. It has brilliant illustrations, C pI 4 -II this.I Energy.may There's xsfas DO Its mistake mark. TaJeot about

What are the people of Sbirke Grabbers" that we rust break is named Dixey and the other stories by great authors, a capi may go a-fcegin?. Virtue Itself may &acf .
going to do about it!. With faith at the first of d xs ee Iect. Cut there is always a welcome ti
sight i a rich Dicky. One iof the others, tal humor page, complete markets -> 1% t and measure of success for good clothes.If .
u little effort a home celebration prize, or must the noble bo'swho BJancois for ycu T.ish tout this bit of Philosophy,
a large witha ,departments the house
bay. .j VVI
; f just order cr.e cf the elegant suits of .
might be instituted, which are enduring .hardships hold : $
; splendid action and. full of and women's work and

\\ottld not only intertain: bur and have staked their lives upon spirit. The fourth, 'a roan .other special departments ofunusual : I ML oRN 4t Go. .' --

own people, but with the cooperation the alter of their cptfntry, prompted horse of good action is named interest. ; THE GREAT ,.

of thejrailroads: many i by .the noble feeling of Cuba The General} rides Cuba- TVs offer this unequald Chicago Merchant Tailors rr Ii!" 4.:., J- '
k'
excursionists mi !ht be induced' I benevolence for :an, oppressed most of the time.! None of the newspaper ,and TIlE FLORIDA ? gash ,S g W1 naterUL! r.d.ctle.r vrat fit ami*Colsh.* a.xdtrerrvbertf aa4 ftrfttt a,rcb.kt ts-lsb : ::1/1 ,..'+Qi! ;,.V I
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forspend! the day in Shu1tll.Ve,i Iinil all used people l>e made horses like martial music and WEEKLY ', t MK J snits. A "EOBK" .aid tf ctotheala a Ws.- i iCC3 ',#."L:r .,
Would like to see the ball sbr-J when the.General is ADVOCATE;. togetherone tart to t6a Wor&i friea.y- w
|I part es to a scheme of greed on paradehis a FafEtr>:iT ti'JAatIi1EEa.
j jI for $1.50. ii
t6AC1'tor a hi:*fourth ccllJbrl] tion.. t, steed is year. ,1r
I I. .geneI1t1h.'stan Selected Patterns to orderfam. ;
\Vho' will start it? Dont land|i. arlri'TIIy :; .. I, In !ngI The ., regular subscription ox ...... F. '
;j.; all ; I'- I I half the air most of the tiiiits; ) .
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k Bt onpc. : 'j1 1 I ,. governmentmay: seize*I. that the band. in .' I price; of''the two $ .CO. I. fV /!P.'III. O_
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olk..t(nth: of the vast Ieenue\ CANDYCATHARTIC .

t,', are' many interesting' which< $iail'lU1iJ.con: lceteJ.from j FLO.R1DA OENTftAL! 1PENINSDLJM.: .
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:'t.; facts about Cuba of'wJllch the "ubti ,has been Lexpended ifp-[

citizen of the United .
t. average .
education : works .
on : public ,,;: .
; .1 .New Florida and Hortliern( '
Airline and
Florida
Trunk Line. :
Slates will ba familiar
: made jii
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the .
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: the course of the present war. There is no doubt that iinderj TIME: TA'BLK' FFECTMAY 16,1898.
i igood
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i : Mr. R. T. Hill, of the United government Cuba would :

:: Statesgeological survey, I. CURE CONSTIPATION SiDaOy J38, NOKTHEHN.FOISTS.TOOpiLv. 35 Daily 39 37 .
: offer a fine fi ld: for enterprise; Dully[ San Dy DzsI.7
r : has an interesting article in i _

and wpUld become vastly more j jwoductiva JOc ...... 5 ) .800aHMp ..".". ) ... J"c.onlUe..Ar45p..I : ..... 915a... 9s
: The Forum for June, which_ is than it has ALLDRUGGISTS ....... 2 ......72pLv .... Yuiee.... ...Ar. ..... 83 ...... S40p0Up 7t
: ever ,. ...... G 2U $.. ...r...i43 ....... U I..p Ar. ... FerouuUna.: .. Lv........ 755i4. .... 7
Sk(
'. ., fnll of information abqut this been : 2S4 ....:...1..5 ......IIOI ....... V2.r .. ...,EverettBrunswick... ...Ar.---... 7U6i510a: ...... 64i
; :, '" ...... -1;>'111.. ..... ... .. ..... ..Lr ..... ..... ...... 540p447p .
: r.rich i island. Its urea is about ... .. .s.Jl.pt..t! .12olp! ...... :: % ......SavannahSavannah.: ..... ... ..... .
...... ......t6Qpl) ..... : ... ... ...... .. .. 050u .
45,000'square miles, a little The Sure La Grippe Cure. ...... ...... 5123J.1 i 5I'pt.:'Ri...... I'hl Ar..Fairfax.:: S.c....LV ..... 311a ::Oi1.SSlp 440p .
: ..:;.. ..... I04op 2 40 ........ 249a ..,Deemai-k.S. .. .. ..... '. .
; C. 400 :: '
224aJ l.t
':. less than that of New York r..EiM1: EL S :lP. ... ..... ...... .. .j
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There is ueo from .t. : .AUJ Ustl1.GI\. .. ** ... ... ..... ...... 5 .
no sufferinjj .. 1 '"
": '\ .............. .. .6. l4 ...Cnhmbia.R.C.. h, ..... 4Th4...... I _
State. Cuba is 700 : ?! '& ...... ........ .. '
nearly ,
.I will .5 :: "Sp\rtuburg. S.C' ..... ..... .
if (
.. this dreadful. malady, .yuu ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .... 14op. .. AshevUle. N. O..7 ......5oOp203p: {...... .. -
s miles long and nowhere; 100 the right remedy.-. You I.autcy, Fla., ...... ...... ... ... 81:::> .......\\H-I,. ... ..CIH 'tolt..1.C... ...... .... g f--
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only get '. ...... ...... .... DS ...... If 47. ..Sa.li..bury. N. C'a ..... 8..ip.5( 53Q..
miles" wide. The eastern end ...... ...... ..... ....... .
;: th'rough .IO.w; 12 U>y30iip M .Gr enNb<>r > C.. ......2Jp07p .. .. .. >
ire having paiiijall your ...... ............. ., .
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.': of the island is mountainous, liver is of order ...... ...... .. .." 64 ........ 1. ........Ricl1mond.. Va.. .. ..... 1iOOn353p ...... :! "':,
its body, your out LIVERY AND FEED] ] STABLES. ...... ...... ...... 1S3b: .... ... .G2 l'l' .. ..Lnbburg.V.: .. to ..... > ....... 55a. .: :
central regions consist of have life arribi-' ..,... ...... ...... 3Ja:! ........."41j1.' .,. ..CI.lI'Hte"UJ; .. h .... : : -S. .
no nppetite, no or ; <(;;5: .... ...... ...... 64 3., ..... 3p ....'V hillt.'n.: .. .... ,.
: gently sloping plains which ....".. .. ... ... ... .... ..
I 800a.: .tit! .. Baltimore.. . .
tion have cold in'fict ,
: a bad are Finest Turnout in the City. ...... ............. lOlaa.... .2 6a ". ....Pbiladc-'phla.: : ... I ..". .'s......2 IspI.I: ]
art 1 fertile the .. .
wonderfully ; completely us dup.. Electric. ......I..I..I- *5i3yi; ........ 2.1a .' ......New yor!:... .. ........ .
western; part of Cuba is full of = | l tl30p;..... .. .. ......Boston...... ....... .
niters; i in the only remedy< that 'nrmnm'rs" Teams on Short Notice. Draying a Specialty.
mountains and fertile value's.Here CINC1NXATI-JACKSONVILLJ1 t'J'NO! SOUTH AND WEft NOM. No.\
will give you prompt and sur"* relief. Macon.. AUnnta.Cliuttanooya i1 Daily I'!ndOWat.U.D. SEW |7&14 5&W
the finest tobaccos are Prompt attention giyen to all orders ..!' '- Cial M' : ._I- OR1.EA:1iSD: _: 1y _Dally
They act, I directly on your !' cmnati, Chicago. t .. ..11OOn
v ; I. Lv..Fernandlns.: ..ArLv ...... UOp "
raised and there is a great: variety Liver and .. -.; --- -nfl(15 ---_ -_ -_ _- Toledo, Detroit ,: ..! 9ltnLv.. .C.1JlahlUl..Ar.. ..... Slop
tone --- 0 o
Stomach Kidneys; --- \ Cleveland Lou! 9a Jacksonville'. .
'" i i -lOpj A r 705a 505p
of other vegetation. The : _. z 55 Tlile. aad St.Louis.:. I o3p: 95aAr. .. Baldwin ....Lv 62"a: 4 Up
the wholo and make ..
system :zs't"ADcs: : : ::'ees. _
up 0 lIf1I04" .. .. ..StPrke.t5On.. S17p
long coast line is indented with : 1.1.I UPt) v..Jackouvi.l".Ar. 8 iS !is 2p! 12 S33: 113011 ". .. W' .!do... 4l5a 2501t
you feel<< l like a new being.; Theyare : :xJ 25p Ar...'.,.Everett.. .. .L.V. 531)a 645p ........! : .V..Ga1ne vlUe. .. .* .... n .
a hundred harbors, well protected R. W. DIXON & SON Ith..facou... .. '" HOLT? 8 ao ... ..I 725p123al5l5p ". .Cedar Key.." ... .. 7203.1215p .
guaranteed td cure or price re- 800m'i:: : loa ......Atlanta. ... .. 815r :>20.. "...Hawthorne.." 330a 12ip -.
from storms and deep : 'utided. For s:11e'ut J. L. Gnskins' \ ,O ......Atlanta.....Ai !! o.>r 5UOU 204a124p; ..... CHra........ 2V. a
".Chattanooga.. L\. 3101 :10Up 1281' -..Silver .:.... ..
enough fur' ships i of heavy j Drug: Store. Only! 50 cents per GENERAL COMMISSION( MERCHANTS ) 30 _t: ...Cinctoniii.... .. .:I C JI I} 255a'410a' Il-fp ".... ... Ocala Sprinxs..1... ...- IMaISSua.It 5a
draft. bottle. ASHEVILLJi:KOUTB. 4:.>p "...Wildwood...." iOf7.
5:3lal 3111- ".... Leeabarz....** 1040p645p 10 1:1
t6 190 and 190! Duane St. New York. Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cin t .
p.w 6 IS-a 3 lip ".... .Tavares.....** 3I\p 41..
I The population increased clDnatIandChicar.o. 9J.>1Io15IOp. "... ..Orlando...." 8 25a
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7UOpm.Lv..Jacki \11 81.>uIIJ' 537p'-I)3ip) .. Winter Park." ...... ..
RAILROAD R \..TES.Standu.d 351 .... .... ...... 5 !0em 800
from 415,000 in 1825 to 1 11 mLY. Savannah Ar 5 18aj 332p j'. St. Catherine.. 1057a10S9a
Southern Fruits 1002a
Vegetables a Speoialty a 2iatdAr .. ..". ..Columbia ..... Lyl:4lIomtIa! 3 5 p ......Lacoocbee..." 4U. .
631,400 in 1891. The population r'I 1125am Ar...... Spartauburg..Lv: So.'Pm 607aI408p> ".. ..Dade City...." JOo.\a V23a

is much l less how .than of FaenerTraffic III Jn JIll./.c a T sp'ciftftll"fJlw"t.of the St'IIdc'J.J'/CR Bun/'e leut.lz and. Peachesi pmAr..neildersnnvtlle..Lv MapmlAr, .. ......Asbville .. ... ..Lv 2 300pw(ftprnOOOao tsStJa.5wp 719a: a Dip._ "".........I.lantClty.8Mp..Titmpa......& 730p_ 72 8S.>:sONLY
U' : 35'2pni Ar.......Hot Springs ... .. .Lv 11i a
it was then owing mainly to for Various Railroads 7t.pmAr........Knorville...... ..i.v SUa1L
4 ..... .. .........
Established nJ,<:FIr." cJ-Irvjug: Xnilounl Bunk, Xl'w York, and CommercIa1Agncie. 455am/ Ar .Lexington Lv i0tpm THIIOUOH PULLMAN SLEEPER '.
I starvation. About 60: pert a: ,:. P1wIT 40imAr..CiniiunaU_ : ........L\_SiopiwS
S 3OamLv..tiiiitt .. .. ...Ar if
uUpm ,
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cent of the population is de. Office of the Railroad Cora- en : ; : OS = CXL STAUFS.E'Z'C:: 4 m 545puiAr_]I ....... .Big.Chicago..Lvi Four8Oam'Lv..Cincinnati..Ar63lpan. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .

sended from the aristocracy of Florida Talahassee ; .
missIuvState OOOpmAr!; .. ......Chicago......... Lv 830am NEW ORLEANS..

: and peasantry of Castile, Ar- June 14.-The following I LJA-TA: I MODl.n 14Iute I _ _ _ _ _ :, .
% JOH.NS16 9 00amLv..Clictniati: ..... .An! I i( )pm "' >'o" 2 ...
; other .cnus".IO. No. 1
dalusi Catalonia and
standard passenger traf- I)OUpl1IAr.. ........Chief goI .. ...... .. '__l1\.Ium :Doilly AND N.&w URLAN8. Dally .
of :Host of I Pennsylvania ro. I- --
provinces Spain. STARKELA. :
: lic for the Railroads doing business ., ST.LOU1SLOCiSVtfl7ACKSONVlLLEj_ : ; !5PI 9aLv..Jftcksonvlue..Ar 65p. ....
the remainder the -3. ...TO..... .' Ar..LakeC1t1..Lv 458p.......
No 33No'7 110oOplI28:1
population ..
S -.,.,p'l; "OOp". .LIve Oak..... 41S",.....
in the State of Florida is I
: is mainly of African de eBtap1e and Fancy Groceries 80ly44Up 73 pLv..Jack> 1e..A 8 Hi 1) ;Z:O I !Olp ::. . -:: 3 p ......
at ; : .. ., ....
i for of lOll-a 92SDAr..Ecrveu.! ..Li 53oa 64., ) 55p .. ..... 13r.p '..... ..
information all .
I scent. Havana is about as published .. 4 lua7ISa ".-........Macon. ... ..* lHKp81Sp 8"30a 6 3 .... .. .. H8p ......
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8.a -.) I ".t. .....A tantt\! ....... :o p .. : .. 1
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: : concerned, and :shalI go into effect Produce Ftc. \' :> Ji.'P .. 11 ..... .
and Country 4 15a Chi ttauoo 3 JI 9
populous( Washington UWPT! >raSlOal tOCOpO.Va -Il1al
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4.TOa":::::::.Lexington.St .::::: Jvl) l101p :: : IUa ....
t.: until the war began was a op the 18th day of July, r" il 7 50p712aC20p 1 1 ill.,..,..........Lout..v"lc. ..... 745=,} 7Oa! ...... ; ;)' ...... ... 1208. .
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very | '.. ..... Louis....... 7 a. Oloai. ,. .. ., -0"::..'e.0 ri eans.:" 1 A&..,p ::: ::: '
: gay Ci! tVe A* D..! 1898. When in want of Good Goods Reasonable Prices give me a

Full:; rate shall be Call. I will make it to your advantage. Sr.E'F.PI E.n !Iiii 1flVH1_._ .
: Santiago la about) the size, of passenger H ----- --- ----- ---- -

Atlanta There are many three ((3)) cents per mile, and I ---- J Nos. 35 and 30 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clccia

Tho K.c c O. aDd t.be Pole. r RAILROADS.F. nati Hleetwtr via Asheville. .
other cities with more than half fare shall be one and oni N'w. ;37 and :W carry tlm'ujh Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connectloa
: I Ore SCO years ago a scientist studied >- with V and 13 unu 7 and 14 with 1'ullmun Sleeper between Jacksonville anti Tampa

t". 25,000 pOlJ h tiun. The population half ((1 1-2)) cents per mile on one the theory o( tie compass and why No.Nu 3: Into M carries Jacksouvillc.throuifu Sleeper Sluepar between between Jacksonville Atlanta and Cincinnati.and Chattanooga. Same returns. by

:: of the principal cities all railroads in said State the ceedla pointed to the north. It ii C, & P. SHORT LINE Close conaectiuns at CtncinuutL St.Louis uud Kaunas City for aU points West and Soma. .
Nos. 1 und S carry the Jac\"ODv11le-New Orleans Sleeper.
cot, 1cve ver, a fact; that the unedJo
follows Havana 200) tDsiily except Sunday. 'Daily except Saturday and Sunday. IThls train does not rut
was: as :
I ; except, I points exactly) to tba north. Soiuetiniej NORTH EAST WEST Monday. SSunilay and Monday only. Connections at Tampa for St, Petersburg. Mnnatt9
, 000 afcmtanza (lliJ) 27,000, it veer to tho c&et end cometimcs to River und Key West and Havuuu :stenraer.Steamer Manatee, for all point on Manatc .
Atlantic, Suwnnse River & river. At Siarke for LaCro e. At Waido'teauerfor! Melrose. Connects at Tallaeatsea
'1 Santiago de Cuba 71,307 I the west, depending on the locality and for Carrubelte St. MarU.s and Ap.ilacbacoU. Connects at River Junction for Chattaboocba .
.. Gulf railway. as n curions pbcnomencu it docs not always DEPARTURES AtD; tKEIVm! OF TRAIH3 River steaoer.Connects at Ocai .for Homosaua.. Connects at Fernandina for Cumberland -
((1892)) 27,430 Puerto Route steamer to the Islands ana BrutuiUck\
cientigo Gainesville & Gulf Railway point the same'way in tho game All baaKe will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tieketOffice.
4 Priiu'fpi 40,0il) Holgnin ., place. The entire earth is a magnet cud STARK.E FLA. .20-Hogan Street a-i_well as at the Union Depot ticket omce. -
S
4> "' corn pa U y. naturally controls all tba lesser mag NO. 10. dally, J leaves 3:17 p. m.. for all- It. v. CAilPBELL, Pusnenger Agent. J.E. MARSHALL,
4 67 Sancli 32 608
'f.1 I Spiritu ; nets. The polo in the northern htmi- points North nndVe.t.. connecting1! at Jacksonville Ticket Atrevt: 2O)i uv-t Bay St., corner Hogan, Ja-kaonville, Fla.
- : <; U"Jt'nas ((1892)) 23,680. Carrabelle, Tallahassee & with through sleeper for. New York WALTElt COLEMAN, General Traveling Agfiif, Jacksonville.
sphere is consequently called the northern Cincinnati and all intermediate points. A. O. MucDONN ELL.- Oen. Pass. Agent.
railway. NO. 14, leaves 5:12: a. m. dally for same :
Titer are 100,000, ranches; Georgia magnet and tho opposite tim southern named above carryingthrough _
points sleeper .
and plantations"valued at $2- Atlantic & Western branch magnet. But says an authority on Tampa and intermediate point to New Yoik\ S ..
this subject, "since poles of contrary connecting at Jacksonville with trains from
Besides of the Florida ,East Coast rail- Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga and all points
: 00,000,000.
.j supplying -
while of
names attract each other those north and west. also with trains for west

/ food for the island these the same name repel each other it follows -: Florida.as. Mexico Pensacola.and California Mobile.! points.New Orleans Tex tL ..southern.2'

way.Florida that tho pole of the magnetic NO. 13 leaves 1 lS9: p. m. with connectionfrom
plantations yielded a surplus
Midland railroad
needle which tarns to the north is real. all points and divisions. Through sleeper !

: valued'at $(00,000; for export. Atlantic, Valdosta & West ly the southern pole of tho needle, \vhilo from NO-New 9 leaves York. l:04a.m with through. sleep- r cJailwa.y. \

Sugar and tobacco are the 11 the polo turned toward the south is tho ei connections from all points north west and

J main products and constitute ern. north pole. As the vertical plane passing all For points the In best the map ittate.of the state, Ieeperor I: BSMTTELY T THE SHORTEST KDOTEPTJLL3IA2I ,

Yellow Riyer railroad of through its poles: does not coincide other information call on or write to I

;_ : 90 per cent of the exports'The Florida. with the meridian plane of the place it 1 D.GREEN Starke Agent.Fla. '

I sugar product for the fiscal follows that the needle does not always : N, S.Tennlngton. T. M.. :ILOUGI! DnA wna.Room OARS, DIinNQ OAJ13 !
.
1892-1893 amounted Adopted by r the" commissionthis turn to the true north. Tho declination, A. O. MacDonell Jacksonville O. P. A. Fla. .-__ TEOHOTJOHFABE:: COACHES, VESTISULED :'TRAINS.. ...... ".

c year as! the angle of the two planes is called .
--
to 815,894 tons; in 1893-1894 14tli- day of June, A. D., is not the same in every part of the t

1,054,214 tons; in 1894-1895, 1898.Which world", which accounts for the varia The I S, R. & &. R. R. NORTH, EAST AND "VEST.- ;

tion. The study of magnetic influencesis .
shall be four .
.
1,004,264 tons, and in 1895- ((4)) cents
but rule the
most interesting as A and of Trains.
1 1890.223,221 tons all of which per mile, and half fare shall be subject is quite imperfectly understood. Departure Arrival TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. :,. r-

3 except 30,000 tons per annum two ((2)) cents, per mile. -New y ork- Ledger. STARKE FLORIDA. I --- r '

NO- 1 dally leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. Washlnstcn. and Southwestern Limited, % _.
was exported Bnukley and Intermediate This train 0.
R. H. M. DAVIDSON, II WM All Bight. connects with the G. S.points.& .I!'. at Sampson And the United States Fast Alall.CILY .
V In 1892 the exports were C i airman. The gray haired stranger bent over Junction for Pal.&tka..lUaeon and Intermediate .:, .

valued at $89,500,000; the imports the'desk ,! points.NO. 3 Satur ''ays and Sundays only. Leaves 21 EOU2S JAOZSOITTILLI! TO A3HINaTOT. .";
H. E. DAY, "Are you the society editor?" he I 5:8u p. m for LaCro e. Brinkly and intermedIate .
at 56250000. The pointsconnecting at Sampson Junction. CULT 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE: TO USff YOR::. :'
J. }%f. BRYAN, questioned."I for Palatka Macon and intermediate points.NO. .
balance of trade in favor of j am tbo identical* said the flippant 5. second das Leaves Starke 4:00 a.m-

the island was therefore,,$33- Commissioners young man. points.for LaCrosse.This train Brinkey is dally! except intermediate Sunday. Colld VestDraled Train cmnpnsod of Lat4it Imrrorwl Pnllmmi 3i*pnff Cur and IIoUl DI*- ;

"Are the wLo: wrote arrives Siarke 12lo Ins Car through without change to W**hlnfI)9. BaIti&aurp. '
you person! up NO- 2. at p. m. dally.
259,000.) This coul be maintained A Narrow :Escape. tho'account cf the Mucn reception! NO 4.arrives at Starke at 9:30:: p. m. Satur. PhJ.lrJtI1pbia.Now York aa4 the E.s4. ,
dav end Sundays only. 1 .
under ordinary condi- 'Yes. Anything wrong about it?" "Q. 6- second class arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. '/-..

tions of government, and enhanced Thankful words written by Mra. "That's what I want to find outLook m. Dally except Sunday. THROUGH PULLMAN' DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN i

:, '. creating trade with Ada E. Hart of Groton, S. D.' : : here. You notice that in speaking I GEO.. TOM1_ >SETT. Gen., Fla.Sopt.Starke .. JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE.. .;, "j.. _;':

4 "Was taken with a bad cold' which of my daughter you use this paragraph' ARTHUR ME( S.Gen. Mer.Jactoonrtlle. .' ; ..

J t 4 adjacent "islands. Of the exports settled on my l lungs ; 'cough.set in She swept about the room with an inherited '.. Fla.; Tfarcujh.. Sleejins! Cars DaHy! Jacksonville to : _

: $85,000,000 were classified and grace that caught every one. -- -
finally terminated in Con
Kow,.what WM your purpose in writing GAIHE5YILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO Cincinnati, via AshevIlle, Through tht. -, -
,, as vegetable,,,$3,500,000 as sumption. Four Doctora gave me "
that? TIME CARD NO.23. ,
"U. D OF THE 5KY.MTOT
': mineral, and '$750,000 as anima up, saying I could live but short. .4Whytt track me as a first class In erect! on and Ker NOT.7. .
.
'. !. The vegetable exports tim I gave myself up to my. ohaacc for a .Deatompliment to her *s- No. I. No. 3.. '1 To.2 No. 4 ....n.4; tnform.tl'r M to rate. lCoedn. .IwpSq ., ri.rrsZou tU., snj .. .-,
Saviour, determined if I could not tesedp&rentz; that's all." Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex Daily. ay g at lit ties SOCVIUULI? BAIL WAT or it*commotion;
( ..
; included, 241,300 bales of to- stay with my friends on earth, I "Snr you .didn't mean to Insinuate Sunday.. am. Lv.pm. Ar..Sunday.Lv. am. Ar.

bacco (one bale equnl to 110 would! meet myinbsent: ones.above. that her father*laid the, foundation of 7:0 SOU (...Gainesville.... 1100 700 pm. L. A. BHIPJf A2T, RoridA PitM. Agt 212 West B&y Strwt, J b01niU.. 11*.
JZ7 3l0f..MlnaieItliI... 1053! 653
ponnds) 155,000,000 cigars My husband was advised to Ret Dr.King' his fortune by peddling brooms. 730 3lSt..Caonon'sxing.l055 650 ,1. If. OULP. W. &. TURI', 8. H. HABDWIOX;,

.. New for Consumption "Certainly not" 733 3201. .Rocky Point.. 1050335f. 6.5 Tr&3l9Va-)cer. 0,",. P*., -''[i.. Ast.'Oca. PM.. Act.
___ and 1,000,000 t ns -of Sugar. Discovery "Because I did, yon know. "750 .... Wacahoota. 1040 030 WuJaiD LOIlo IX 0. W .<:ja. oa. O. a &.1JaaiA.fit.
and 800 I i5t...Flewellen .... 1030 920 .
Colds. 1 -
Coughs 2 I8 '
.
The minor'exports were: Rum "I didn't know i&" 805 3Wt.Clyattls .... 1025 615 .,- May ? _
gave it a trial, to6k i.i all eight '"Then that's all right Good night" 810 355.... ,Kirk wood.. ._ 1010 010 -- .--- -- .- .
10,000 pipes becsaxbanan- bottles. It his cured and II 15 .00 c..... Kmore....1005 605 .
me, -C2ertUB4Flaia Dealer. 817 405t.....Tacoma 1000 000
I as, honey, mahogany and thank God I am saved and now a 820 410f... Taylor1..... 055 565 THE POMONA NURSERIES
825 415 .Micanopy .... >9 SO425f. 550 .
other woods, valued in all at well and healthy woman." Trial >835> ...Tul'ca Willa..... 940 543 NEW CATAUOOUE -
', I was seriously afflicted witha 837 3f)'.Lake Simonlon. 935 I 540 S S 1898 .
2000000. The tonnage of bottles .free at J. L. GaskIns' DrugStore 84S 4 3.3 L.. HIckman.._. i 30 ft 35 FOR i .'
size 50c and $1.00. cough for several) years, and 847 t..8outhvlde..... 925445t..Dunpuran 530 WILL BE
Regular aunT TO MAIL Df OCTOBEX .
....
and 853 920 525
Havana eightS :
; ; Cienfugo! Guaranteed or price refunded. last full had a more severe cough 902 500 'm....Irvine..... .910 515 (1% 'S
other principal ports, for 1894, .... ..=. ...Fort Draae.... .... .... o.e p rty vrlte M hftowt of *tir iff ala- .
than before. I have used Ie l Had of 7"1"
.'. ever Ar.am Arpou Lv.am. Lv.pm 5- rtwUlywi <**e -a cpy -
; carried v1amb1esreTy CaaIoge. 1 kMucd .coy.bt a4
stations
3,538,539 tons by telegraph
; many remedies without receiviug {-flag stations. IW it. I tmd -a mmmtm. IatZtetJ'IK. .
vessels. The Special Notice., J. F.BL CH. Gen.Pass. Agent. t 1ap It ttI 4. mot virtil* b'ewtlbt.id' .
3,181 : JJnifed -
much relief, and being recom- V.J; UERLO G. Gen.Mn ; ; COPl.- 6U
States take from 80 to 90 percent The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY ( .1 O.r MV iM CaUet win eta4. aD.4"8rn
mended to bottle of Cham .
S S try a ,i. icw .- ef 1M.l91catas..c ktt4. asayaw
q of the from Cuba. ADVOCATE is now equippedfor ,. oL hlly UI *trate4 wfek MMXT' __ .1'
S exports it berlain's Cough Remedy, by .a e4Ra.i4, ftotopawc View 1I'e.&r. nat ..4.p
first-class
as
: job. printing MEDICAL ...
In. Spain exacted a WOnt' Oraa-.cataJ'J'I'ea'" DnM MqJt" .
S, ; 1884 has never been before. AVe have friend, who, knowing me" to bea r\ to ciker flti9f. CataJepe PnL m 1 .

'. revenue of $34,000,000 from added to equipment .m this department poor widow, gave it to me, I 'T8EITIEIT L Z N.w.a.e. II.. ***..* THE GWFFIHG BROS. OX. t

CuDa under her extortionate new ipresses,. new type, tried it, and with the most gratifying : .-. .Peach. .for. 5.istbera. -.-Mth 0 _. .W*. OVA- -SVUXXIZJ- p S KXCdZZJT. S ., $ .

of taxation tlie estimated and a line of stationary 8Ult.abJto result The first tattle .'
: system ; \
.. any kind of work.: We can; 01 TRilL -. .. ','
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for 1898 is : much and the -
; revenue print anything :required, and guarantee relieved mo .very -JOB PRINTINGBring SfE HAVE KO AC ?JTS

*$2fT775.000 but of course ,to turn out work that will second. bottle has! absolutely. cured .... --; To Any Reliable Man. c'I" tint fchip from ecrwbcrs flrclMT AI. *

'. .jiotHng like that amount canS please the .most fastidious and ,me.' .I have not ,had D... good. ;of Kivve1e.ru.-power. appI.m..4 wul ... ,*nt 011.on uiai.to.th'wit&out.,..841.*nytb it to THE AuVOCATE officeWCANDOlT. 4l5.# wboiai1 tf-T ej&mlitiwo. flbJIt. :u pay,. S
"vgc. .-t.IITJ.letnNUlo.r.1! >> IDlIew \.E ftC4I **iZ.t" x3 U oat )
be' oUected. critical l of patrons; Don t.send health for twenty ;yei8.J Respectfully 41A truai.Bt ot mm wgk.eocrstel ...roLea.d1s-' fittoiy. lOG Krtet; ofCrb
mr for tnaa' ff sctI of UeeHeI"cT1.. ow.ork. .:- J*, '_ )., ,-**.- S'0at. !-of S
elsewhere work bat
4t c: I your ,give Mrs- MARY A BEARD .A4r. naP1P1 rrl-g.tn1Ie4.oompete! ree- AS YOU WANT IT liarwet*. 6uw 4et.a..
,, !The\ captain gen'eml.1s paid ; tontlomcr dcvaiapmnit of alt robow eonflittooa.tt S '
1A'n.
fM'Upq --s.
us an* opportunity to show you T. .* of tut offef M llmKL ,N G-C. O. D. WHEN YOU WANT IT l\ '. 5 .'
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f Ark. Sold _J. L. ......, ..,. ... S JllUXL&Tuasawu..
:: f50:000: -and horde of: Clarenmore by eo 4ospt1n* po zi af ddr.ss. ; "..
a year .... .whatwecan: give yiu in' quality tRlt M *&< NIAGARA ST..S :\: V TRYUS! w...,.1U&.U3S.Z; S. .,'
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NEWSY. LOCAL.? 1 NOTES.. Mr. Fred Martin,**one of-Arcadia's: ITIIAIfll. GETS' TROtiRS.The : organized' 'for -the' of .' '' '.
DK. ;'rATEr'OwLJZ .,' I invasion .. J!
I : most successful business men:, was r' ; ..
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1 Mr McMurry'visited Waldo Tues Porto Rico when the .1
.. '- .. -I 1I ',. 0. -. .. : !; day.' j' "- shaking hands with his.many friends Torceat Mobile Hns)( 'Been ? captureof 1

: GATHERED. CITY AND' NEIGH, Died Yesterday.at. .;; 5 o'clock here.yesterday.: : '" : Ordered, Jo That, Place. Santiago de Cuba, has'been ... .

\.. BORHOOD.iTEIISPERSORAL .. 'i i : ._ P.' -' -M.i.* .- ," .. :Morgan Week.: .Bros' visited"-. Jacksonvillelast Bev. J. A."Hughes and'famlly 1 have From behind an appearance .a c ripUshel1.) The harbor at : '

Dr. Tate Powell of the : moved from, the ilartin, cottage!; on' of unusual exterior: quiet at the Fernandina. is.the bestalong the ::: \.t..w j
one )most ,
PERTINENT PECUUAR. !, Capt H. S.: Qrine; of Waldo was In CaU Street-into the Knight'cottage on :
I II I prominent, physicians, and ,citizens : town Sunday. Walnut Street. ,- War Department certain evidences f Florida coast for the accommodation ','

I of this section of Florida i died'suddenly ,of the preparations: for of the big transports.
Mr. Elabee ,
is of.Lake
Mr. Lee Side
Morgan was
shipping large{ 3Irs, Chap. Bradford,, of this city,
in this afternoon in town large and momentous; events and it is there that the majority
,quanties terpentine every day, i city )Vesterday Monday. : left Friday night for Tampa where : '
at 5 o'clock, in the, 52nd year Miss OuidA TeunenT visited friends she":Iwfli join ,her husband_ who is:: which are known IQ be> on foot of them, will 1 be mobilized, although -

The colored. people of 'this city : if E his age: ,.. ti'Va1Jo.Friday. working at that place. have ,made their way into the detachments of tho 'It .!

1_ gave. a picnic at Kingsley lake. last The shocking snddeness ,of his ]Ir. ,Rob T. Hudson of Sampson, was Mr. Ed' Cauova and wife have public cognizance. Notable' Porto RIco expedition undoubtedly -.--- ._ '

.- .Friday. '- death was, a sad blow to the entire in town last \\eek. .- moved; Sanderson where they will among these indications of the: ( will be embarked, at ..

J3"uy The Shoes. from Thi co mn- nity. lIe [had been onthe, Mr. McDonald', of Lake Butler was live much,in to the see future.them leave."We, regret very way the war wind is blowing Miami i, Charleston., Jacksonville -' :

W. D. Haynes Company. ,Best street and attending to his professional in the city Mondny. / Mrs.R. C.-Heiberger and children was the :tnnouncelllefittbat the and perhaps others of the

in the world. duties to Tuesday and Mr. F. S. Dawson made
up this a business returned, home'Saturday from :Green volunteers encamped at Mobile_ coast points advocated by the 4

Now is the time to pay up'Sour illirrss had not been learned by : trip,10 Waldo Monday Cove Springs where they have been on the Alabama Gulf coast, army board. :.

Bubseription! our collector will his most intimate friends, until the Mr.: Joe: Hill,.of,West Bradford was visiting for the past flvee'ks.\ -
on our streets have been ordered to Miami, on;: For the second"section.- <)C_ 't:
visit i in a few days message came of liissudden; demise I .Monday. Mrs. J. M. Truby, Miss Eva and '
you
the Atlantic coast of Florida. j General Shafter's army additional :
Dr. Powell was native of Catawba -' !trs. ,Gal tain Borroughs is visitiug Master JOB left Saturday for Pennsylvania j 1 -

The handsome resident of 'Mr. County, N. 'C., and entered the relatives in Cedar Key.: where they will spend the There are six of these regiments batteries. of artillery. am... t

-8M.:' Alverez in Alverez addi- Confederate service at the age of 15, Mr.. E. E. Ponds, of Jacksonville, Summer returning to Starke_ ,next ,' the First and Second! being .dispatched to Tampa, .

tion will soon be completed. and was afterward appointed :Orderly was in the city Saturday. Winter. Texas'" }First and Secon ..:\lao -!I[ that port being the t1cstinr.tiOllIo.f '

A, Few more of those shirt waist, on Gen. Ramsuer s1"tff'"ip the ')lr._F, R. Morgan, made a buiatiess. Lieutenant Livingston. returned t hams and First and Second the -battery ordered from
.. at reduced : trip to Ward City Monday.Mr. Tampa Friday night. He was ccom-- Louisiana all infantry and all- !I Fort Slocum the t .!
sets prices at Confederate army He did gallant panted l by Mr. Win. Hemingway and ,. ; battery ,

u. D. MINER'S, service all:through the Confederacy. Raymond Prescott, of Sampson ;Jack Moore of this city who will enlist from the fact of their coming Bordered; from Fort; Adams,, and. ,.'.

Qnite of He graduated'' in Medicine at was on our streets Saturday. in Co. M, f from the lower part of the lthe two batteries ordered from' t: )
.
party 'young people It ; .:: .
;;: drove out to Kingsley lake Sunday the} State University at Chapel fill Mrs. O. C. Husband', Melrose is s Mis Josie Fleming ami l Mamie Southern States, regarded as Fort Monroe/yesterday.. These. **, .'''..

..:,,' ... to bathe in its beneficial water. N. C., about 1866, ':afterward from visiting relatives in the city. Chairs ladies two of Starke's: popular young peculiarly adapted for service will be sent to; join the two' *T"' ,}"

17 Jewel rTSTaltham Adjusted Richmond Medicine College, and River Mr., was B. Jones in the, city and Sunday.wife: of New" in) Cedar Is visiting Key, lhey'will relatives and also friends visitTampa i in the'T. est Indies in the hot heavy and six light batteries, ,- ;

--lr. attended ,lectures at Belle View before returning. season. which will at i present make up ** ..*
Gold Watch cheap at :Miss
Helleii Richard, is visiting 'ji j
U. D. :MINER'S. Hospital. N. Y. relatives and friends in Waldo. Mrs. P1ilips'ReV.'; :: Hendry and Miss It''is not understood that the General Shifter's: entire artillery -, ..
After the war he located in the Nauie Bowels left AIoud yforfikeCity facilities 'forc The fonr transports .j
at Miami
: The cattle in this section are practice of his profession at Cataw-- !Ir. Win. Dillaberry, of MIddleburg, where they will attend the Stat are adequateto sent around to Tampa and the .t3f
suffering badly for want of water is visiting relatives in the city. Epworth League convention which any large number of troops, *
ba l N. C. He removed to Florida two ordered there from Mobile *., f
all of ,the ponds and creeks have. and Joc ,ted in Starke in 1882, Mrs. J. L. Frazee of Gainesville i is' will be in session Tuesday, Wednesday and the impression is that fewif the Specialist and Unionist and ;>, ot .'

,.' dried up.Red where lIe, has since resided, and visiting, relatives in the city. and Thunday.. any in addition to those already the Catania, which sailed from .:

.. Hon. M. L. McKinney, of Lake Miss Leona Butch, one'of the fair- sent' will ,be dispatched New York several days ago,* < ,
white and blue hat bands during these of his rcsi.dence :
years Butler. was. in the city,Monday. est and'most. charming daughters of there. It is still will, it is understood here bo :
and belts are all the go now. The here has been one of the the; "land of tlowers"' and u perfect contemplatedto used for the -
conveying supplementary A
Mr. A. M. Ackerman, of the '
- girls of Starke tr"ery! patriotic prime movers in all public and camps was in the city Tuesday. log' tt,'P auf soUthern womanhood- is visiting make: Fernandina, thelnaiu. : expedition to Santiago 'If

-- in this respect. charitable;: institutions, which have l friends and relatives at her old I point of embarkation: for the and their departure will j

i served to f the best advantage of fly e Mr. Ryle"'vi'. Sumpsqn'a: terpentine operator ho.ne in Sbirke.: She leaves Saturday : expeditionary force now being take place in a few days. _
Douglass and McLcod. are cat : on our streets Monday. on a visit to Jacksonville, where !

ering specialty to the wants{ of the community. Mr. John D. Alderman, is visiting she: has,many friends aud' admirers. .

men who wear clothes. Goods I His ability and ,skill as a physician I his'parents at Pali&tine.this week. GREAT.BARGAINS '
has placed him in the 'foremost C.A.STO 8I1'L.: : IPRINTING

cheap for Mr\ ?: Perse Starbird Lke Butler's Bees the The Kind You Have Always Bought
ranks of his ,
cash.NOTICE. : profession, his
mill man was'in the city Monday.Mrs. 5r lI.I-# ,I '.,
scholarly :attainments and his upright .
rauning, of Waldo, was visiting -IN .-- :
I will sell no Ice after 10 o'clock manly bearing made him one relatives' the city last week. ."- ," "'.

a. in." Sundays.. Sure Mike. of t the! foremost. citizens I of the Mr. G.. W. Clyatt, one of Providences N.B. Hull is receiving; some : : : :

1' McMURRY. county in' all the ,manly walks of promnent citiz ns was in town Monday fine stationery this week.: Mr. : '.".

We are glad to announce tha life.Dr. ,. : Hull is stocking up slowly. and ,"1>:.

'Miss Roseta Barnes who has been Powell has ,reared a large Kev. :L. W. KickWer. filled hi I b taking great pains to 1 find out LETETRHEP.r.SElLHE'AtS's': [ : ',:, ::. : -1

seriously ill for several weeks witl 1 fanl11nIl Of. of whom. have attainedthe I regular appointment, .. at Callahan Sure and get just what the people NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES :;" r
t :
of II day. ,
accountability
Typhoid fever is convalescent. age want, "
leaves), a widow, two daughters; I Mrs. ''W. T. Weeks and daughter VISITING D CARDS WEDDING] ;
Starke is beselged by water melons ]- both married Miss Murlu. visitt-d Jacksonville! ln.tweek' 't Don't ToimiTo Spat :and Smoke Tour I.ife Array.: .
of whom is
one' now .
side To qua tobacco easily: aid forever Le INVITATION S -
now. The walk on Cal l ) nUl: 1 PAMPHLETS( s
Sirs. J. "r. Hodges of Starke_ _and 1 nctio.lull of life nerve %l.ud'Igor., take ICo-1- .
street reminds lone of Mr. Ab Dac,IbevkoKdcr-worker, lint mates r ta iritnStrong. 0 'i
< the other Mrs. J. \V. C-irpanter o f Mr. Tate. Powell a corporal"' of- Co. All drusKisU,50c! Qrn.: Curepuarnteed. E POSTERS DODGERS ElLOWEST '>
.
Stricklands melon patch on King M. ""R'i"'Wng! his parents in this Booklet and sample free. Aotircss! ; 1..
a Newton. N. C. and three ':;:
;
sons city Sunday Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York "
eley]lake. i
none of whom arc married, one of :FLORIDA g PPxlGES GUARANTEED..ADVOCA.TE ..<
15OYS
FOR .
' Maj. T. E. Bugg returned home .I-
Most elegant and stylish line whom is -. ."
now serving iu.cOll1panyU { Tuesday from a business trip: to Ir OUT V RICO ... OFFICE.GIVE P I .
'of clothing, shoes, gents neck wear i : First Regiment Florida State I I Jacksonville.Mr. .... '

collars and cuffs ever exhibited in i Troops. I, John Roberts :im 1 family have: General Miles is Anxious US A CALL-,, ":: <.

Bradford county at Douglass and This entire community will tender moved into the Martin cott ige on the T_hit the Expedition boi1 .

McLcod's its profound sympathies to the F.C.&P.; R'y. _.JL /VX>!A*'**>*'%*t VX4>** A'V>:..' *r L.AAf Tr 4.4O'7To-i i.W ....... ., .,. ., -
i ,, .p.p..,,_, ." .", :."' .r.-.p. _.,..i... .. .. ._.""'s. .."",, '... ..."" _' ...._. .....
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Starke] was well represented. i in bereaved ,family in this time of bit II. C. Watts, one of Savannah ti: S3oi1 7y(f v -.v<>A N .v y"'.v > .vjrh'WrfttfJ'f'tat's'ta:; -'itJ'f* 4J..1.>

Jacksonville their great affliction! in the l loss of propiinout business Wren was on our '
last week solnetlinover'1t0 a? streets Saturday. The First. FJoiiJu n..pgiment: S THE C B. ROGERS CO.,1?
-
husband and
father
took and one of thSouth's e '
people f -
advantage o i and the ""First: ana Second Georgia
1he cheap rates toislt Florida' : noblest sons.. Mr. Ml M. Hall, one of West 13ca, V&l I tr.rOR7;::RS; AND WHOLESALE:: : GROCERS: &. .

Jllctrop 1is. The remains wil] be held until 1 fords prominent citizi-ns: was on' ',our. H-'gi.neut-j: ;, now at Chickaniauga .\1} ._._',--.0-"-\ .J..._.-._.-........ -_,.,..-....".... .(,J'I .
streets Saturday.Mr. : and. Turn pa, are to accom-
Airs.Carpenter can be heard from ". H Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits Meal, E'tQi ,. jg
,
Quite of General Miles
a party people from) S. B. Denmark, our hustling: .pany to Porto
and in case. she can the funeral \i
come
this city went on a fish fry towa 1 Site!ift. ;made a bushH: s/t.rfp to New Rico. !-, SOLE AGENTS foil I Oiifbiisiness confined totho. '

Sampson Lake last Friday nigh t. if will be held Friday morning; River l last Fri"'ay. At the War Department last {f Fdi1b k Cd 1t" : I tract only. oniew fwm m- w .
not, this afternoon i
They reported plenty of fish and a Mr. C. W. Douglass! :, of .the Lulu Tuesday t announcement. t I
; .: ;;..:: .v -:; << .. .;'t, section is visiting his sou Geo. I in wasmaa t :

splendid timd.A the city, this week. : p oilicially! that, the Porto! r1 fi' Promptly On Application f jjj -

delightful] dance was given Mrs. J; tllesr. EHs; died at he: i m..... .... ....... ..... ._. .j'w. t. ... .
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the} Oranm -. -4l..oIO> .. .rfe..t"" ,.. _....., "
at Armory Monday night in i home in. Broad River, ,Satards: : I ; : .--t. : .1-. +_-------------a. .;,. .<&1' ._.
honor of Tate Powell Jr. who cameup June lIt Jt ;aged, ) C7 years. The B. Haynes Mondav- from the encampments at ?;Io- i --

from Tampa to spend' fuw maiden name of the (let-eased wasFanny :Mr. R. W. Cameron and wife of bile, Chickamaugn: :>, PaIl 81 --- =- ".,.-, .--.- -. ,_-- '-:-,-,. .- < 'fIil'

days with his parents in this cit, ).. M. :Sherman: :she eccsmpan- Hampton,, were registered at the Church, and 'l1tnp.Tlle'iexpedition <1. *"" .. lI
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The dance was largely attended l ed ]her hu&band: ( hero from 'Waterberry New Conierclal Friday. I "
: i is. to be assembled WILLIAM TYSON s.J. ...._ '
by the young people who'cnJcd' several, years ,since:. and won )fr. Tn;D, Gunter,one of West Bradford's I- at Fernandina and .. ;' .'. '.

themselves until the ]1.30 train the esteem t and] friendship} } of all prominent young 'men was r
Miami Fin. the sites KVEEY
visiting! in Starke Sunday. finally ; SALE AM) FEED STABLES1STAKKE
,rome. The music was furmhedby with whom: fie became; ae naintc I. : selected' ) ;
by Secretary
Alger
Mr. and Mr C F. Ritch of as -
!?
Hagen
Mclchers (orchestra: from this! She was Jicr husbands helpmate I .... .
#v was made I happy last week by the the ,result the. recent tour of ;' ) .T:' .
city. i in the strictest ij.Jl,4. .
sencc of the word ft arrival, of twins at therl home. inspection by the bQan1'o oflicers -, : < 'f- 2 *:",;,.:, III

The hest way to advertise our woman amonjftlic best of women I, Mr. O, C. Husband, one of Ielro-e's of which Coldnel" Green- -t'at\"Hake:l Specialty cf f CoLfsyfe;*, TraFsIiog: Ken .to PsiaU'ia t tLa 'd.l'7.: <

town is to treat the soldier nice a kind wife, a loving;, mother a.ud- a pnpularyonug: merchants was in'the leaf.wns. chairman.In "' .. .
when thejcome neighbor whoso place cannot be.easily city visiting relatives Sunday. -- .. .6 '
throng Star addition. to the 'trQop&to SECONO- J\rlD HARNESS t AttD: BUGGIES FOR S\L:.
I filled. *IIer husband -
lias already made and 'four Mr. L. C. Ray is moving from .
quite a reputation these two: points, it i is understood .
children! survive her The foner Hampton to! Starke. We are glad to -
among the soldiers! ",110'lla yc .:_ .. .
have Mr. Ray us again that several iments of -- -- --- ,
sil services will he !hold among rp; : -
( tomorrow
.
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passed through here.. Our bbys \ regulars: will form{ a part: of the : ;
at 2 a elc: (i,. -] Iq Evening Ga2ctt.Xonvalk Miss Dora Waluwrlght, one of -
in that : J i e J-:
B
camp say the Michigan boys Stake; charming young ladle is expedition, besi'l s regimentsof I '.

frequently pjH,,:ik of the little! townup Cr. visiting!Mhs Maggie Clyatt at Providence New: York, Michicaif and l !.

the line where they were, to ; I Ohio volunteers._ < U C j Ii i l i r :f

.kin d- to .4hem._ aud where there CASTORIA I :Mr. Geo. Douglass, one of S r ta rke' I! General Miles i is anxious',that :! C ..g rr& tJ .::3 J .. .:
tame: should .A< "
no be lost in the( J ':; '
vcrc '
so !
: many pretty?:girls ,For Infants ard Children. prom Intent :young business men '

The l handsome home of Mr. and Tha Kind Yon Have Always Bought t last visited week.his parents in west Bradford ,assembling(ded for Porto of Rico thetroops: end orders in ten,-i; '; For Sale_ 'J.D'I. I, .. Jj;;,

Mrs. F, R. Morgan,was the scene have hC issued: to the v{!iibiisregiments .
Bears thGSgna.ture )Ir- E. P.: Stephens of 11 T P \ \ ( .
Jackson-
of a 'delightful party last Frulayevening one ; to proceed to :Fernandina U. JT. P.JVioMURRM Grocer1?
of U: vines wide awake business men was _without deb .. .. ,
about thirty_,couples! fStarkc' registered 'at'the New Comerci bl ,. .v. '"' :: '.f'
$ )handsome gentlemen aiulclianmng : ,'. NOTE REDUCTION!
JtlsUcea..dinCl... Conrl.T.iylor Saturday..: R? :w. : M! PRICE ._a
'
lathes J

cnt and jomig succeeded in were cuj.'Jin pre I' t tY ]\fal'tin : ;,was nnvsteciby Tampa Mr!. \V where. .W. she Wills Trill, left join Satnrdar her hn-'for Skin, = Diseases I O doada! & C:..s.llcJtl.: r. r' :'L 6 6srits: : r: : ,-;1Pi"V'e

themselves immen.1 ly pi1zJ'1 t'g, 1 'flHtfrberi Jfr&net at. band whr> is engaged inj business at Forth speedy and permanent cure of I. <:;F11 Ei eoceit7r fir' : i
games"and MaleiUnushtnl'by Imytey: )lastSntimlay: on : a. thai? place tetter, teat rhe- un alat erz om&t Chptabe.'hin'a -
dancing.; '
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? 7.
Eye and SkID Oiatmc-nt .
the Sarkc M cltiii; n' cluing of. fighting and' using l a ;Dr. Frances:. and wHet* 1':\\IHM1e--'. without and an eqiza!. It relieves.the itch is Tills; is the best Oil i sold in- the City. \ : : >{i
ing
almost
."' Club, and it was lianlijr: -e. j 'Jed t t,1J1 :rlotnt: ugnageHe: :' was burg are: registered at the: Ne'W-Co'I n- its coaffaxu&d smarting ce effects instantly;percri'acntcrtre. and.1 a
.
all I preeen t. Re; f i esb mm ts \\Yi\ I hionri11 5 before'. Justice, Gt 'd t'- m, *-rcial.! The Dr.contemplates moving ;; It also cures itch. batbcr'sltch; i Call. and! examine mt: stock of QtRt.w :, gcv.

altO.served : in i'.ni3! city- afid fined :i to! Starke.: ," .. scal3 he.vl, tore nipples: itching pt!:$, f 1aC''' _: / .; ? ,
at 030 o-tldo"k' aruj girt; .,\ .chap, tcf bp.r.1'c; chronic. eoict eyes. z i ..,'WN.. 0 _. apaatee prices '-,0.t; JO'rr' ffsanyy -,-, ,)).l: "if'
the youiufK;; wtriJ l tul1"c t -= *7 i "at :Th n.-1Yilker' Call,will gr'.1nclate t 1d2. "<"-" : .... ;
P Mn VpeaV"Karke
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rcjiplo uiJ J \ /' f5:1 : I and' solicit 11-t'1f'de., ;:! ;:' ; _
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their. praijnfjustl } ,tit till a*"i c.-\kd l lK -"II r.(1I'''' Ce..t1..ti:..-c.i t7rfw'{' !. ;iu. '* ou .July.Oth;%,1898..,' }lhetiig "* l}. .- Ir. 'f tlt'!li foD&ilcn: Powder"itp: l' .- .-,,-. ', '- '. .. Y, .. ._,- '< ., .;. '" "", :-;,'' '>''''"., 'r. "
,.. Ire! "" :e?0--..... '".w.,.Wttit'tlil.: 7.1rs 0! c will urubjfbJy. be Itp.fd1, 5 e i liorses"re; tha best: tonic. Llood'pTiriiles! :: <" J'-;: .:';
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