The Florida weekly advocate
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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: July 21, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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: +. IV -STARVE, FLORIDA ,JULY 21, 1898. NUMBER 62.
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'THE WI' BI IIAYES CO July 21.- PI TIONSalllFatl: .

; Secretary Long announced today IYRECEIPSJ. ]

::tI n.nbans do( MSam's; AjJ.Pl-. .that he had received a Carefully FilledEXPERIENCED

:dispatch from Admra'l( : Dewey t
; ;cIe : Fighting i i forTheir 1 .
( the arrival of
:-j js, TALKS GOOD SHOES .f( announcing 1
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: Freedom. : another detachment of troopsat "'- :
Manila, constituting the

( t1 We have Garcia nod Jlis Army WILl second ,ear:pedit-ion from San I Druggist -1

}. just received -I Fight Withdraw Independently.J to the Hills. .and Franoisoo.

: ..' .. TItOOJ.EAW1 r G X AP A. '
I : .".'t YORK. July 21.-A lOur Prices are Bight- **a gySTAEKE 1
1tJu\- I Tampa, July 21.-By the end
r, 'San. the Journal
tiago special to
of the week there will not be I "

\ a large says that ,Gen. Garcia has more than one regiment of 'sol : DRUG CO i -4.,

written, letter ito General 1"1IKM.x..M.N __. .J ,
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diers left in and that
Tampa, .c:1: ,
Shafter .that he is ..
declaring ;
-J wjll only be .left there to guard
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:disgusted i .at fta Mj Ineatment ,he of whom twenty-one were officers of Santiago. An immense'con ;
stock of Ladies the large amount of government .
: has received4it: the liands o.f the stores and supplies for .the use ; wounded, 1,584, of whom course of the people 'was present i

it' ./ :> Americans, and win therefore ninety eight were officers, andmissing i iI a squadron of cavalry anda I
of the army in Cuba and Porto I
withdraw his force to the hills. eighty-four, ofwhom : regiment of infantry presenting -

and Gents FINE Among the things Garcia Rice.The none were officers. Of the. : arms and a band playing
s } movement of troops began -
;.' ." ,'", complains of is the failure of last Tuesday night with the wounded only sixty-eight have national airs light battery

: the American commander to I died. fired salute of '
f' i twenty-one guns.
depart; > j I "' officially# notify him of the Colonel Pope, thesurgeoninchief Perfect order is being maintained -
Michigan Volunteer:
jt ; *. SHOES: made by, surrender of the -Sjpamsli:: force Regiment'OTea-ffheJ. T..Infantry& K.'V.US' says this is a remarkablysmall by the municipal gov

under General Toi-al: and he is number of fatalities considering ernment. Distress:; is very great;
for Jacksonville and Fer-,
&&L nlftQ incensed at the alleged fact ..nandina.rfhe Sixty -Ninth t'he large numoer of but there is little sickness in

that he was not invited be wounded. In the field hospitals town. There is scarcely -any:
; THE :BROWN SHOE COMPANY Y New York, First Florida, Sec-
present at the ceremony..attendjjig there have been a remarkably yellow fever. A sm gunboat
I Jr' -, on Gaor0ria; and Third: ai.d Pi h : .
.' I i the formal cajritulatioiiiol; small number of and about two hundred seamen
i,l I Ohio Infantry Regiments! will
''t :: $autdago. Another grievance septic wounds and but two left by Cervera have surrenderedto
A Trial will convince the ;I' 1 1t.e tj-.c1:1s'an.1.: to-morrow for
wearer is i: e retention of he( Sr.aaish pfiWe. case t f gangrene; have developed me. Obstructions are being
t mO The for
G order
civil i authorities in the administration ; .. ,,.":J.W dIlltlr resulted, j I I removed from the mouth of the
that these shoes are the most departure dire&te the regiments"i : l':; t1I '" .
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.to to Fernandina. .. ..._. .
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durable of any on the m3.rket. in Santiago. For these reasons :oJ.-TteCCvema Perfect, eny -
.. camp site. Shatter Rides ThrougHSantiago _I-. ?""**fr ,*. '.
w declares he will 410co S&BK&at
< 11'xtr: .tliese t! troops are: 'going with To ml J"-
Jm1Wl' -operate with t1a ing as the Spaniards did tins :
from here) t Fernandina, six and Takes Formal
forces .under General Shatter, first day, it would have ,
of Possession.Santiago .
remaining( infantry
'THE WI BI-HA YNES co but w-SLl regiments
r net-independently, as and all of thecavalryand de Cuba, July 17, 5,000 lives to have tak-en the
: he IH: before the American place. Battalions Spanish
artillery tire pdfjparing: to noon.Amid impressive cere-
troops tended in Cuba. ]have been
-.- -- -- go on board the transports: nowhere monies the Spanish .troops laid... troops depositingarms ;
; : daylight] in the,
Official directories.If and start c; soon as possi down their aims between 'the
armory over hate
bio for The
--- --- ---- ---'- ---- > Santiago. loadingof lines of the-Sp inish and American
: .. t' 2K- kleiit McKinley is guard. General Toral
Bl'.1TJC. -- transports was actively re- foroes at 9 o'clock this formally
;1TZb15! OF LOCAL AND GENERAL. lho.roMglily tiaioiHsod over tLe surrendered the Plaza and Hall
Guvernnr.1'u.1) mf) lHll:\ sumed yesterday, and as being mornu.\
JJocielary: .if ague, J. L. C ..uat4nrLComptroll I 4NTEJ5CSTGleinrd : delay that< has occurred in at 9 a. m.Signed .
,-r, 11'. I 1'. Keyuulda.Tr. !{'1J&tied. Six batteries of HghtartiIJerJ' General Shafter and the ,
starting jfe.ner.al Miles ;sand his ( )' W. R.SHAFTER
; 'usurer. J. B. WhilQVld.AttorueyUcueral. '
: :-b.yBar'} Able Regwar Correspondents. are being loaded on American division brigade commanders -
'\'m Limar.Commissiouur expedition for Porto Rico.
.... : : uf Agriculture, L. B. the steamship Decatur II. Miller .and their staffs were Major GeneroJ.SantlaJ'o .
0*, '" Vombwell.Superintendent'Of. Luke Butler. For! several days: Miles acid his I
transport No. 19. escorted by a of
Public Iustruc- cavalryand is Taken.
r i troops have been aboard the
"iunY.'. N. Sheath, Oar hearts., are once zw remade The steamer Whitney is be- General Toraland staff -
.. .6urRJ: !I": CofRt. glad to "gee such pleasant transports at Playa awaiting Washington, July 14.-Torn!
,., ,", Chief Justice, R. f. 't'ayiurt the naval convoy which is to be ing the stores and by 100 picked men. with the wiio-le force of Spanish!
t 4' Justices: M4JtonH.M.-bray, F. B weather. supplies of: the engineer and Trumpeters both sides
Carter.- furnished by Admiral Sampson. troops, surrendered at noon to-
'r COUNTY: :Mrs. John Longford, of Bu-ck-; .signal corps. The large tramp saluted with flourishes.
The troops are sweltering day, accepting the terms -of / Stage Senator, A. Cro \}j*. ship Arkadia is fitted for
iti the Central General Shafter
was returned
seraps city up to
: Hjprcaeuiativea, L, \\ulljiiid! li. on the crowded ships under the United States, sending this
? \\"ILrd. Tuesday* cavalry, and all of the cavalry General Torah the latter's sword
Spanish back
broiling tropical while. troops to Spain.
Tax Collector. J. C. IJyrd. sun,
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Tax Assessor! W. J> Kp per BO a. Mr. Kiisssl 1 Taylor, of Providence Miles has been dialing! under regiments now here will' be after it had been handed to the These terms include all the
Treasun-r, E. S. Matthews. loaded on this vessel. American commander.
Clerk ol Circuit Court, CoL! \V. T. was in the growing city what he believes inexcusabledelaj" troops in Santiago Province,

"\Veeki.. Tuesday.Dr. and bombarding the war Transport No.2, arrived Our troops, lined up at the some 30,000 in number. San-
ShctifiT, S. B. Denmark.
4 .County Surveyor, R. 10'. Eneey.Superiniuudeiit Geiger aad family department with dispatches Tnesday. It was formerly the trenches, were eye-witnesses of tiago Province comprises the
of Public luatruction British steamship Port Victor
Shafter .
theceremony. ,
J.'. D. Hhell. to their home in Lake urging the navy to be hurriedin entire eastern end of the island.:
County Judge, J. B. Bichard. and was purchased by -theQuartermaster's ] and his escort, accompained by Washington
Park Ga. preparations for the expedi July 14.-To-
Justice of the Peacor District
f Department.The .
General Toral rode
through\I ral has surrendered
&o. 6, Qeo. A. Gardiui-x. tion. Santiago
c ... .. f County CoiutulssJoaers.luiljreTmnlin. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Odom: steamer Cherokee, trans- the city taking formal posses- and has the,
l ; Instructions of a most accepted terms of-
Itn. Dr. E. A. Todd, AL ifliliuton,
of No.
Prosperity Farm attended port 4, is still lying at the
J. J. Cres, O. W. ClyatLCIIY positive nature have been cabled sion.The fered by the United States
:. church here Saturday. dock waiting for orders and has
city been sacked
I by which
I Sampson to supply the necessary are simply to send the

Mayor, A. !.. von Kiru. Eev. R. F. Rogers filled his .I convoys, but notwithstanding the paymasters who expected the Spaniards.At I Spanish troops back to Spain

Clerk Assessor!: Gorge, T. \\Qaulinen'. Sweat. regular appointment here Saturday these instructions to leave on her yesterday are the palace elaborate cere- at our expense. There will be

't'reasurerE. P. Duncan and Sunday receving.three Sampson has proceeded with still waiting. They are in no monies took pla] <3e. Exactly no more fighting in all of Cuba
cA .
J Marshal!: PolioJ.P. Ben. N.netXiglit Jou's.Aldenuen ..members Saturday and one preparations for the expedition particular hurry ? to get to noon the American flag was until fall. The surrender of

t F. 11. Morgan, Edward Sunday.Mr. Santiago but will start when- raised over the palace, and was Santiago is said to mean that
JUddletun,J. M. Truby, X. W. Ilauktt with a deliberation that is ex- ever"the Spain will at once sue for .
and J. \V. Hick, quartermaster pro- saluted by twenty-oae guns by peace
The President
S. Perraenter attended asperatmg. is making the best terms she can.
K Chui':li Directory. vides then with
transportation. Captain Capron's At
t Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor the Carnival in Valdosta last much concerned lest that part battery. ]The campaign againt Porto

fiorvicea every Ibt, 2nd and 5tli Sun- week, returning home Monday of the Porto Rican expeditionhas the same time all the regimental Rico will now go on. The
day. PrayermeeUwg everyVcdnea- The Cherokee is to the bands in will
carry our lines played Spanish troops be sent backto
day evening at 7 o'olock. Sunday night. He, says it was as fine already sailed from this
First Ohio or One Hundred and Spain immediately. The bulk
"The Star Spangled Banner
ti school every Buuday morning at 9A'c1ocL should ,
as lie ever attended.Mr. country arrive at the of
our will be withdrawnfrom .
Fifty-seventh Indiana Regi- after which President lfcKin.ley's army
-rendezvous in
Baptist, Ber. G. 1'. Leitttec, pastor. Joe O'Kelly, of this point advance ment of Infantry ia addition to "Santiago as quickly as
K vices every iud and 4th -Sunday.r of Mites and the navy. Its congratulatory telegram possible. Garcia's forces aided

Prayer mewt ing every Thursday even- place, left! Sunday night for feared if General Wilson'scommand the paymasters. The remainderof was read to each regiment. by 5,000 regulars, will be leftin
lug at 7 o'clock. Sunday school
t bunday at 9:30 o'clock.everymorning Birmingham, Ala., where he which .sailed the infantry regiments to be The Thirteenth, and Nine. charge. Shafter will be mil-
yesterday --
Methodist Kev. J. A. Hcndry, pas wall spend': some time' with from Charleston should sent to the front will be carriedon teenth Regiments of infantrywill litany governor of Eastern Cuba.Remarkable .

tor. Servieeu everSunday morning friends and relatives.Mr. the
4 '!. .t and evening; frzayerin'-etins ev arrive in advance of :Miles and transports Mohawk, remain in the city to en- Rescue,

;' Wednesday)' eveuiugAt 7 o'clock. Charlie Wells, of Lak the naval convoys serious Morgan, Florida and Fanita. force order and exercise municipal -
: Sunday school every! Sunday m ru- Mrs, Michael Curtain Plainfield
Jog at 9:30 o'clock. Park, Ga., accQJupaiued by his danger and possible disaster All of these will get away authority. The Spanish r % -
: 111.
makes the
; J piseopal, Bev. Ir. It. Hoteman, lather, passed through the Progressive might result; as Wilson's slid s before the end of the week. forces'aie to encamp outside of that she caught cold whkl1settled statement,
without ,
are absolutely
elerjjyn charge.e. Serrieesever x protec
2nd and 4th Sunday aflernoma'S-SO city Tuesday enroute tion. The President this our lines. on her lungs; she was treated fora

?. o'clock. Sunday nchool every Sunday "Worthiugton'" : Springs. morningjssued personal ordersto THE CASUALTIES' month by her family physician
|leruoou at 2 o'clock.
but worse.
Hoisted at \oon. grew told her she
that he
:, S. CurUUanu no pastor at present.Prayermeetlug Misses Grevendoliue. Rivers, Sampson proceed The List of Fatalities at was a hopeless victim of
every Wt,lue dayveine immediately to Porto Kico withliles Washington, July 17.-The tion and that oocsump-
Belle Proctor and Maude. Arnold Santiago *1 no medicine could
#;,!;: at 7 o'clock. Sunday school i : SurPrlsi\ s. War
her. Her
:; *v<'ry Sunday morning at 930 o'- ; Messrs Joe O'Kelly and Department lasted the cure druggist suggested
e!; clod VTOX'T oo. General Shaffer's Headquarters following bulletin at 5:15 p.m : Dr. King's New Discovery for

ti L dir('.. \\ i1er Rivers made a pleasanttrip 1Z'asrlisoroNJuly 1 21.-Secretary July 10.The final report, Santiago de Cuba, July 17- Consumption; she bought a bottlo
and to her
to Mr.- delight found
Perry Mom's ofProsperity r herself
Stance Lodge No. 3J, K of P. meetsirvery i Alger today said the of casualties in the :army since Adjutant General, United StatesArm benefitted from first dose. Sha

lhurrda 7 p. in.W. 1. Farm Sunday. afternoon. troops! at Santiago would not : landed in Cuba three:: weeks"ago ., Washington, D. C. : I continued, its use and after taking
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t .' E. UUKCA-V, C. C, (
'< be sent to Porto Rico, and r has been forwarded ,to .have the honor to_ six bottles, found herself sound
J.,R. Dixie, K. of B. and S.: announce and well nodoes
; her
Bradford Lodge X n. 42, F. *'A. M., .. there is no desire to use them I Washington.. It shows an 'aggregate that_the American flag has on : housework, and in as well as own ehe

:' meeting rd Sunday) every 7 Thursday in.W. before.,the ,Lena the CA 19TOR.A.flu Kid Yd foq;AhOTS< Sflffi there. They will remain i ui i I of 1,941 officers and this instant, 12 clack noon_ i tver was. Free trial f bottles of
.. ; F. MALPUDRHV.M.p. -6astazoat ; -#. Cuba until yellow fever is i 'men killed, wounded.and, .. mis been hoisted over.the house of this Great Die COYery'ttt J.|L. Gaskina' -

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L Florida! Weekly AdYo te. DIiSTITI1T RSCtt.fON IN l'unT9 I THE"There MAX are WHO some men KNOWS.," said will Persons be interested troubled-. in with the' experience diarrhoea\ LETT'ER"";:

of Mr. W. M. Bush, c.krt.f! Hotel AN OPEN -
Mr. Staybolt, that always know :
PUBLISHED EVERY Durranci, Providence, R. I. I -
Condition Among: the Natives! have a'
-AT- about things.:: They
I have
several l
Nearly Bordering on Star. \1 says: years To '
STARKE, FLORIDA. of judgment thatamount8to sufferer -
power Almost constant

Entered. the pcwiof&oe a Starke. Florida. Captain :McKenna of the genius. They know what is I from diarrhoea,. the frequent THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TilE WORD "CASTORIA AND -.

Wi socoud elaws mull matter. who arriveda right and what is wrong in a \ attacks completely prostrating me PITCHER'S CASTORIA AS OUR TRADEMARK. ..
Ethel -
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. British brig ,at Province- .question, and they know it at and rendering mo unfit for my I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis, Massachusetts, ,

few days ago the outset without waiting for I II duties at this hotel. About two was the originator of CAS TOR t A," the same that
Mass. from Arecibo, I
fc.S. HARRIS, I town, the event. They range them- years ago a traveling salesman has borne and does now bear d on every .
Rico for orders bringsa "
Porto of r
EDITOR A1TD PUKLISHEIt. selves not with confidence, but I kindly gave me a small bottle ( yfj S&t
: ac-simile signature oj x wrapper.This
of destitution at the .
.. story great and howeverthe Chumucrl.\ u's Colic, Cholera -. .
Advertising Ilates.- San Juan and other places, anda with clouds knowledge lower, they are I I I Diarrhoea il....medy. Much to my is the original "C A STO R I A" which has been used in'
Our advertising! rates-win ba as reasonable deep interest among the inhabitants not disturbed. Indeed they i surprise and delight its effects the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.

f .i cotuUtent with keeping up a rood cewi- of the island} in the were immediate.Vlwnever I felt LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
\per. It U the purpose of the publisher to rather like the storm, for they
b_ue a clen.attractive newspaper! with as only'will progress of the war. know when. the end will be. I symptoms!: of the disease I would the kind you have always bought /e, on the
of advertisement
auck a proportion McKenna left Arecibo fortify myself against the attack C&z&jff&c&M
U ure that all will be seen and read, and none Captain They aft' more powerful than and has the signature of wrap-
buried behind a maw of others. Rates will June 21. At that time reports I with a few doses of this valuable! to name except ,
has authority from my
fee uniform And will be made known on apple other men because they ale unhampered result has been very per. No one
cation.Since. from :all parts of :Porto 1 remedy. which Chas.! Fletcher is President. ,
condition by doubts. They I satisfactory and almost complete The Centaur Company, of "' .
Rico indicated a
the surrender of Santiago the natives nearly bordering don't doubt, they know, and relief from tho affliction" For March 24,1898.2 d I" 1

the President, expects an among starvation. At Arecibo men. follow them, as they always -\ sale by J. L. Catkins. Druggist. .D.

on will. Everybody admiresa Be Deceived.
early peace.. flour was selling at$19 a bar- Do Not

; mile fare rel, salt tish 30 cents per pound, man that knows and is sure I Skin DiseasescFor Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting .
The three cents per about it.-New York :Sun.: offer
and other provisions at a price ol! cheap substitute which some druggist may you
the railroad com- the speedy and permanent cure a
announced by a
I and Chambe few pennies on it), the in 1-
that but the tetter,-salt rheum eczema because he makes a more
mission to take effect July 18th, so high Our baby has been continually .lain's Eye and Skin Ointment it ( ho docs not know. :;,
have not been wealthy could get them. Captain troubled with colic and cholera in- without un equal. It relieves the itching gredients of which even '
(last and smarting almost instantly and I
i McKenna said that whille since his birth and all You Have Always Bought"BEARS
put into effect for some unknown fantuni its continued use effects a permanent "The EM .
he fed for him did not cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
remains he was at Arecibo on anaverage that we could do SIGNATURE OF .
reason It now scald head, sore nipples itching piles, THE

for the organs that are proposing fifty persons per day.I seem to give more than temporary chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and .

three months' relief, until we tried Chamber granulated lids.
always carry
the re-election of the pres
rations he said, but I have lain's Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Dr. Cadr's Condition Powders for
ent board of commisioners to Since giving drat remedy horses are the best! tonic, blond purifier .
hardly enough now to last me Remedy. andvermiru1; Price, 25 certs. Sold by E
explain. he has not been troubled. We a .
to the next port. a D ai

Santiago has surrendered Several American and British as want an to evidence give you of this our,testimonial gratitude, I', J. F. P. McMUEET., I Insist i on Having .

without resistance, and Uncle reached Captain
newspapers not that you ut-ed it to advertise INFANCY That Never Tailed You. P'
Sam now has the job on handof McKenna while he lay at Arecibo M. The <
meritorious reuiedy.-U. GROCERIESI .
your :: YO1Tf. I
transporting 25,000 Spanish and he that the natives
says Law, Keukuk, Iowa. For sale byJ. .
soldiers back to Spain. It now actually fought to get possession L. Gaekius Druggist. t

remains to proceed against of them, so eager were KEEP .

Porto Rico and IIavana, the they to learn of the progress of KILLED HIS SEXT1- The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.TRY h'FIRSTCLASS ;'

latter of which will probably be the war. All classes are praying i1It.:rT. I ME.- JOB FEINTING ;

Winter. The Government I' settlement of \ "
left until for a speedy : A newspaper correspondentat '
will loose no time in hostilities, and the majority the battle of Atbara tells a \ EDWARD -

taking Porto Rico. press sympathy with the United good story about a couple of I Successor to Andrews&MI3dlenon. FLORIDA ( } { .
whose efforts they think ... ------.,- t
States, Scotchmen.::) He was walking ----
The Government officials in PROPRIETOR OFStark ., -
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,will result in bringing them re- softly about the camp so as not

"Washington the yellowfever are alarmed situation over lief from the irksome rule of to disturb the sleepers on the I Livery, Feed and SaleSTABLES. V'vTE PR1NT- JO- .

Spain. iiight before the light when hooverheard I II
amongst the soldiers at Santi- ,< ATAGS,
sentimental SSea-
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ago. The fever is spreading An Enterprising Druggist. I -- .I CHECKS, ,",!1 .1.1.t\.J" t.. .
to comrade
fast forth Highlander say a AND! s, m'IUHJ B'JGSICS: 11 TERMS: U' .1 I'.LANKS.
although as as HE.V !I .. ,
rapidly, wide TICKETS
There are few men mum AH3: KA,1i3S;: : 533 SALE.; i U STPiCTLY CA H. \ '_ :=-A
developed the patients are isolated awake and enterprieiug than J. ENVELOPES.BILL ,t'if.; '
HAll Tam how thousands ... :1 :
many ----- -- 1 ,
and every possible means. who no painsto :: HEADS.NOTE '
L. Gaekuns, spares I --I' t t \ DS::::
hame across 1 LIE
there at LETTER
:: are HEADS 4\; ,.
used to prevent its spreading.;: secure the beet of everythingin TK3HEW : 1. ,

'rhe fever conditions amongstthe their line for their many I the sea thinkingo' us the nicht"BRight Ij'l'C., ETC., ETC. J JVJE Ji .

Sandy," replied his ( YORK WORLD _
inhabitants of Santiago are customers. They now have the i 1
chum, "and how many millions: STH ri ENTI l' fTTJ; ::. la..POFI[ .Jk'Skilled rii T .
known to be fearful, and the valuable agency for Dr. King'sNew I i, tI
for Consumption thereal'e that don't care a d-n. _I'' IvLlLLLThUiI., : .
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will a thorough cleansing Discovery u. *
city get
and Colds. This }is thc Go to sleep you fool." 1 I ..... .... ,.,.... N I
tile Americansget Coughs 1I < \ h" 1
as soon as I OUI I Good Paper,
possession.The wonderful remedy that is porduc- And silence fell upon that 13 Pages a "Week lt *J *J. A.Li\J 'i !'ITO --
such furor all over the count l i 'V
ing a corner of the square. -1)1."t"1CCs.!,
its startling cures. :r',, I ..... .
by many: YearFOR
y Papers a 'f TT ':
attention n "" 1
Floridian draws It absolutely cures Asthma::; Bronchitis J.hUU \. On f, J r 1!' r
Good ,
Look .
How to
that should and all alVoctiona U-JV U 1\.J.J R
to the startling fact Hoarseness!: DOLLAR.PutllsLcd \
the Governor die, resign. or of the Throat, Chest and Good looks are really more than A n clIn.I r

Lungs. Call at above drug store skin deep, depending entirely on :i \ -
from any cause become disqualified and get a trial bottle free or a healthy condition of all the vital every Alttraatc Day except t Sunday.; .. -

or incapable of disc regular size for 50 cents and

charging the duties of his office $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or organs. If the liver is inactivp, The Thrice-a-Wec-k Edition S39 WE HAVE t ALL THESE.Wo Ee-:

:... "', price refunded. you have a bilious look; if your of THE :N 1:\\" YORK WOULD is

'" at any time after the November stomach is disordered, you have.a iirst among nil l'\ve kly" pn- Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

election until the legislaturemeets ] DEJIGCRi\ AXXZOUS dyspeptic look ; if your kidneysare : [Ilea in size, frequency of publication Once ia?03taEc3 Building.; (Call and: Sea U'"

in April, 1899!} there FOR IT. affected, you have a pinched 1 and the freshness, !-

would be no legal successor to effort will be made look. Secure good health. and accuracy and variety of its I -
A ,
his office, and the State would you will surely have good looks. contents.: It 11a:, all the merits DO'YOU WRITK1 -

be left without a chief executive. we learn to nominate Republican 'Electric-- Bitters" is a good Alterative of a great: $6 daily at the price IF SO WllIE RIGHT.
candidates for every elective of a dollar weekly.] Its political
Uauar the constitution he office- in this state. Thatis and Tonic. Acts directly news is prompt' complete! ,
be succeeded I the stomach, liver 1 and kidneys, all its
would ordinarily the Party accurate and impaithil as -
what Republican
by the President of the Senate,. do. As purifies the blood, cures pimples, readers will testify. It is ,
should long
of Florida blotches and boils, and gives a and for .
the. against the monopolies
but he is dead. Failing
lit, the .as the llupubiicaus have no good complexion. Ev*.ry bottle the people.
Presidentthen speakerof
by 'higher ambition than to wrangle guaranteed. Sold at J. L. Gaskins' It prints tht news of all the 'L
the House but his term expires I Y'.
themselves for bottle. world having special correspondence '
among positions Drug Store. 50 cents per : w
at the November election. from all important :
to be filled by appointment F '
No provision is made lot dn i news points on the globe. It yv J -i-
they will never succeed 7,020 RIFLES TURX&DWashington :\
alternative successor to the has brilliant illustrations, .' ''' -11
ill building up l an organization: f. "'"
The remedy seems to stories by great authors: capital i .
worth considering. If the Re- D. C., July 17- ,
in constitutional amendment humor complete! mar- ,
be a page
has princi night Ad-
publican Patty any At 11 :05 o'clock to
providing for the elect- believe Corbin made kets, departments for the household lur isruuiord and Smrounding >
ples which its leaders jutant General I am Sub-Agent l ,J

ion of a lieutenant-governor to would commend it to the favor- public the; following dispatch and wo neu's work and Counties for this Ccle M

strengthen the Tina of succession. other special; departments of
able consideration of the people from General Shafter: interest. brated Typewriter.
they should effect an organ- "My ordance officers report

isation and enlighten the masses .. about 7,000 riffles turned in today I We offer this unequaled Can't I Sell i You One ? T. R. HQDG* S ,
tuna at Bron on and THE Fr.gnw.tWEEKLY
i 'ero newspaper .,
as to the claims; of the partybased and 600.000 cartridges."At SUBAGENT.YOU A -

Babe Bedford the murderer was upon principle. The the mouth of the harbor ADVOCATE together .. : t

hung at Bronson last Friday.A : Democrats .Florida,. would be there are quite number of one year for $1.:O., \ vy V Vril ,

large crowd gathered to witr.esa to see the Republicans modern ajjbiit -inch, The regular .;.subscription ; j'ifvrtv"V'y'lfYf\\f\Y\f\rYf.
glad fine guhs;:; ,
: the hanging. His brother i thoroughly organized and bring also two batteries of 'mounted price fo the' two. papers is. 82.00.. I. : ARE A COWARD ? 4
Alfred, implicated in- tat;.same out the full strenTrlli of their guns, together;: with a saluting Ii first sighti : this may seem to b:' -)-
murder, was &ent to the penitentiary It would! be pleasing to of fifteen old bronze_ Special-Notice. a I : 3:1 hnpud nLctuU- /1'tion. ..,
party. -
: battery "
I. 1 1 o ,
the famous
: told however by
of "tht i
for life. know just how: badly the Republicans guns. Disarming and turningin ThejofTbo' l1ow'Pql1'ipped : t+ ,' 'D.srztiii, tint any man is a coward,even Ix: spite of' ; :-
second\ I : ADVOCATE H! 1 t.imsdf.-, his garments are ill-fitting or In'a sl1ib,0.
This is said to he J would be defeated by f t
will tomorrow.List it1adc'Icd : a
on as the bravery
go for.first-class: job printing by con itioI.. If you wish to enjoy ..-r.
hanging in the history of this I:l.ttir.anli square vote in every of prisoners not. < ,,yet has= ateeri.een: : .bafore. W., have ; ,! lt r Ra, of elegant: attire you should order your Suits'. .., -.-.- -
of .
.xmuty. The first, which >yys i in the'State.\' \Ve trust taken.: : ,:-'f'.". to iU,equipment, in thjg de-i; ;t,Ilt I and Overcoats '
county '
't' v' :;) r
: fU\!
........... rim en t new pre.s.. tirw type, t & 00. l'
occurred .
also! for murder, some j l tar Republicans will ; inanizrand .......... and pa { a line' of stationary: pnitabln +fa ': yn. '.

year The negro a ,,;, TKcCF&T CHICAGO i KEBSK&iTY TAllo; S. .;Q. S
twenty I l trot out their candidatts.Iienat7 to any kind "of work. 'I*W& can ,, j- "':'
I led all l in Custom'Tailnrr
ua.u I wus tried in' Alachua. : ndcandcuined. .i I CASTORIA 1: prin! t-:it':'t I litrertqu; i il l'ed.P.'f f u.I- :e. 'hofor 20y?.n,,\tars cent have Laded? la pfeuc rivalry in Material: ? ? ". f

His council claimed I* Uluud' Beep."Cc I It (\ntca ,titr.i.cut j ,: .tnrl.tl ytattl !+ Style or 'kf.unship. A"DORIS"suit will cost.J) :'' :
t .Hood a can skin.' Ha: f a? 'b i i In? !anti l less than the kind of tailoring that make$ n tceaas For Infanta and Children. r pearl!; t ape, m s.t' .. ; < "i you
htf could not get justice in i b *uty'without it. Ca;caret!,CandJ ttl ;.r-, critcnl ".f : < n"?. 1)taii'tntlNlserl "I mcs cowardly.; Every feature (jWlrant c(!.' '.'f. jl
clan, pttr \ -
That county and the case wasremoved :i st ti i rrinj ceib; 'oj jtr-jr> the blood lazy liver and and keey driving it nil imraritia.e by- The Kind Yea Hare' Always Bought h arN, fut yriur ,tiatrk'bdtIivHus l 1'' 300 r&tisrcs to Clioosa. fromc..u _" .-.' ..

trial. Here : front the bod" lkgin t.odaf to $ ..to slim! von : p- : off ." '
for an o rorluvit s
to Levy
the I'
ackhead e.at Bears .n .
l"lfn i.h pllnple boil ls. blotches .,
the sentence was the same, and :that s;dkly 7 bilious complexl a Ly All taIwiCeatuttrbtautp i ''ttrr@.Cf Ck W. .f.. what WB. cali.eig.. .. ve' '_"yiu_ -in-' -nditjl'a:1d j j _, v \r;;,\f s/_ c::e O 4itl tII r:1,u..a4al iw." -- I
-;for teD cents. drug- prIces 1"I .....
.. wad hung.-Gulf Coaster' gU'x,QUtTACticn gssrsntwdl It( 2:>cr-C- ) 't I ;,- "

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1 'w:. C. T. U. : of evidence declare to you, i II ILtILxoarp5t .

I as I value my manhood and! J Jmv ,'I
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; l\fR. C. A. WILLS, .*. standing,'-, and mv y souJ-I i FLORIDA CENTRAL 1 PENINSULARRillfNew :
would not dare to drink for
}IR,. A. THOMAS Editors.LIQUOR .

three weeks a glass of liquor a' Florida and Kortliern Air Line aid Florida+ Trunk Line.

DRINKING AND day. The chasm yawns at !

your feet and at my feet. Those- i TIME TABLE IN FFECT MAY 16? 1S9S.
who say there is no danger in I "KxSuu/ "
CURE CONSTIPATION 31 38aao. 3i 37bull.
the close of the League that first glass of liquor do not Dati) 1J.il) .JaUDallr I. .: .* Doilyniott 33

meeting of American Wheelmen I recognize the peril of hereditary -...... 1'r 5Dep.tiOOa ...... 7 WplLv-. Ja lt."unvill ,. Ar h. i t.i 9:51 .....
I S ...... 54.p.: ..... 843x ...... .... piLV. .. .. YuleeFera.it.uiH.... .. .Ar. .-.. 840i 7::2: ....
in Philadelphia the Timesof weakness.-Advocate, : ALL ...... 6.J1' .. ...... U lopJAr I .. : a.veeit .. Lv. ..... ... 7t B4i
1 25 SO: ...... 745. '". lU ...... ...:3. !; ...A t'. .. .. .... .........1 530. .
that city had an article from DRUGGISTS .. 8 ; 'B' ...... .. .. .... Brt1ll3\,1t",fez+ .Lv. .. .. .. 54,11.i. .. .?...
Discovered Woman tc ..... ... ,...... 'I..v ......LJua which we clip the following : by a ._ .. .. .. ) .... 1l3.'pLv.| ...B..v"CLan.\r ... a So. 4 lupa ; ... ..
...... :(: .. .. l .Ar_Faiif.iv! s O....1.V ..... .:B3.h.oil :: ... .
? '
' "It; may be only coincidencethat Another great discovery has been ...... .'. 101' ...... 2495: .. ...Lrnmark.S.C... .. ..... : -Il'O' 134 l ..... ... .
...... .. :) ...... 1),5aU'U.'tl.G..\.... a ...... ... :"h, ...... ......"
during the year in which I made, and that too, by a lady in E UEL S ppIl:1 ..... .. U.ip ...... 44u .. ..('ounUaS: : C... .. ....... .... (Ia4. ...... ...
I( I ts: 7 ...... 4O..4.. .. ..... 1025- Spcrtshurg. S.( .. .. .... i .. .. ...... .....
the use of the bicycle increased this country. "Diseaso fastenedits ...... .. .. ..... l-wp". .AaheviiI.e. 2'1.l! .. ...... ; ) .. .. .?. ...... .....
clutches her and for "''' ...... ... ) ", ..... HJ.J .CUarloUe-N.! .. ..... ..1 : .... 95s .... ...
almost in geometrical progresBion upon seven \ .tc lay ...... .. .) .. ... H47i Hl1" urS' N..C... .' ..._ S..I'..... U7a............
years she withstood its eeven-st ... .. ... ;,> ..... 12 III ..Gretn.twro. N. C.. .. .... .. .L.p. . .... .
the consumption of liquorin ... .. .. ... ., .. ..
'Ip J 31-p .1annlle.vu <5U"jIrtMt.' ; ..... ..
this decreased teats, but her vital organs were LIVERY AND{ FEED STABLES. .'...... ... ..... 5 jl' ... ...K.chtnoccl.; va... .. ...... ... ... I:1Oe......... .....
country to a undermined and death .. .... .. .... ...... .. 3.Up ..I.yuotihurfr.u" ...... 34,1. .... ....
; seems ... ... ...... ...... .. fo i:'p .. ..Chiriotte.wille .. .. ..... 213;. u.... .u. .... ...
wonderful extent ; but it looks imminent. For three months she ...... ... ... ..-.... .. 9")1: '. ..t1a-ht..ton. .. ..... II 1S1043; |.... ....
there i Finest Turnouts in the City. ... ... ...... 1f3.------ .i,5(' .. ......ttltim"re.... .. ...... 942 .... .. .D20 .!. ..1' .
very much as if were I Ir coughed incessantly, and could ... ... ...... ...... }j{ ....PiuUfiephia.... .. .. .. .. 72Ja0p 6\-1"!\' ... .
: relation between the not sleep. She finally discovereda .. .. .. ..... ...... 1 .. ((2&al... .....tirwlork.' .. .. ... .Lt'. .. .... jrvp .. ..
some two I Drummers' Teams on Short notice Braying a Specialty. ... .... : ... ... : .. .... 1't.t.ri. ... ) .. ilOI.11'1 ...!. .
facts. That this habit way to recovery by purchasing .-
liquor .
of '-' /lii'N.i l.' -J"'t fiat).'f.\ 1L.L.K '., ,No. V s'--Th A'' wa'r } s. Ira:
I: us a bottle of Dr. Kin 8 New 8t 13 Fl.O.r.WAID MWORLEANS. 11: ..l5i,10!:
Is growing weaker among the Prompt attention given to all order M'icon. AtJ.mta.Ch.majora f.;I>. iyl D.J1.. rn'i Daily
for and
Discovery Consumption American people i8 shown by was so much relieved on taking n riuuuti, Chicago. Sf I'I?'I ;: Lv..Fernandnu..Ar! -....- 620p
uj _:!:Z''ADt :3..1353.- I 0 To.eclo. Dei roil.Cleveland. I .: ..: I Jlla'Lv.' \Uahan .....AiJack .... Slap
recent statement of the first dosp, that she blppi all mght; W 1. c : Louis; ,: Z 9irsa, 1I 2!aLv 1; -(>uTiLe .Ar H::.: !SOap
ville. uhf St. Lou,,. 1.- tit l !:3Tp; ;95o.ilArI53p .+lawin.Lt 82= ..'. 4
s Commissioner of Internal Revenue and with two bottles, has been absolutely I R. ti DIXON & SOl T : HOJ,. ..... .S.aitee.;. .... 450;. 317p lop
+ that the cun.'d. Iter name is Mrs. 0 1. Z bOOa 7U'j.Lv..Jack-outLie..Ar., a 15a ud-p,12a"3a11; : .... .. Wad ".. Ora 250p
during past year lOltsa 9:5: .'Ar..Everctt..Lv. 53011 64'p ? .. .(1alnt' k-.lle ....
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. a ci :: .. ..... ... .. j' :'.!, 11 *
. a 4 j oj"l4 1IJ: .Macoi 1104 S;IIJ. t. 1 t.'edarlvey ." 72GISTp t1
there has been a decrease oft C. Hamnick & Co. of N. GENERAL COriIrt ISSI01 IdERCIIAt TSJef 141': i 1511 '. .....Ailuuta.. gi"J oCO. 1 11292'1' Tip .......IIllwth lrne .. ." 3roa: ,
Shelby d I t7 IOC(Ml 750 Lv..Aliauta..A.. : UlSj :>w.i i :!U4J'U4p .. . Citra.......- 253clR3a 1245p
nearly 6,000,000 gallons in the C. Trial bottles! free at J. L. Gaskins' 840. I 10.2- .ChattalOua. L1101. | Jut I .'1' ..S1vcrSprings.." .. ......
19J lIlIl190: ( Duane t., New York. p.w 7301 .3,;;: ....Uinc.an: .. IX'; '. :'f', .;;;a 14 p. . Ocala. tt9
t I'k. ,. consumption of whisky and Drug Store. Regular size --- A rHWlr.Lnlwt'f.11 lOa: 2 4 Jr. ........tirildw\.( i........ l22ut,0Yh:

... other spirits and of 1,423,004 50c. and $1.00. Every bottle < Pullman Sleeper between J actaunvilie.: CIn-. d1.a:\Ua' 31iJ 34poltlp! ....... .Tuvare'L..hbu-g....." ;o tup; lOlaa1U11C
? 35pi057a 04ga
:. guarantee]}. Southern Fruits dj Vegetables a Specialty. omnnti aiid Cbrt.n! ; o ,St ... .Orlando .. ." 8Ja
barrels in the of ..... ..... .. 6.,51'
consumption 1UpsLv. Jitc&AoaviLe.;" Ar a l.iutu I 153p 5 3p SCinterl'ark.." ... 8Wa
cLa . ....
m ..
' 3oiun'Lt:;; Savann.th..Ar| 1\Jm I ri16t! 22-Jp ". St. Catl.ritne.
beer. rc Make' r. Specialtll of Strit 'LCPV(111(1 Peaches 42tamtAr..Co.umbia: ... Lv li 47an! 54,11 ...... *
( of Plans the UllfiJ'c rcal'. .... .. ..... I 3p Laco'tcl029.I 041)4B23a
Change 1'/U'Ollf/Wllt D lll'iaoiAr: : Pipartanourg. .Lv &w puii : 6Cia 4 '..,
01 t The bicycle is the enemy of 3 I ii'45pm.Ar... ...Hendersonviile. .....Lv oop:a- 7 {Jtfa 50oup Or-p' ""... Dade City.-: .." 100:>11
.PianthJ. ) 8:55
The Herald is informed TI-F'Frn :cF.-Ir\"ing National Baul. New York, and] (Jommer.a a 1 I I5p.ii Ar .. .... ..AsbviileAr . .L+- :!(r'pii 8303! ..... .. _" 8Up730p
the liquor habit for two reasons upon Q: : : r 5'JpRi ......Hot Soriajn. .. . l.\ 114tan.7i.pm 1':1.111'.1.: 730a
I : cia) At'nl'ie" m : ;Ar..IaJSvile..I,1: :. 1 K\l'i;.ou.:
: It appropriates both forits good authority that there has' 455am: Ar.. ...L Xi tc'Q.........L\ ,04,111. .
!l ..1"C..... ....--'C'- ............ ."."-"'.......-".".'.. _.....__,.... .enJ _7 r*)'lJ.! AL: '..... ...ii-K: irnnii TV.r Sl6ST1. 'pr'tinati. ONLY TimOL'Ca PULLMAN SLEEPER
,. purchase and for its use the been orderd a change in the ( ) 8:{ A .. ..... ,lrt<: .. ... ..Ar tlturn'
545pii'Ar! ...... .ChlC'lgo..Lv: !h'O.J.u.' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
spare money of the young man plans of the war department. Hit. Four. I I .

t:; ., that formerly went largely to I For the remainder of thin sum- C. M. SPARKMAN Ji CO UOnnAr 83JaniLv..C1i.einatt..Ar| .. ... ...Chicago, : ..,... .. Lv .tS30.J.to: pm NEW ORLEANS.No.22 .
" and.it makes j Mont-a Kimie. .
mer the campaign againt Span ... .- inclnnati..... .Ar .L"'I-'m No. 2
impossible overindulgence in I 1---'DEALEnS IN-( --(<-E-- IIwa,1LV.< .. ......Chic.a 1M.. ..... ..L71UX'an'. ( n...ily'U.iliy! \ ASDwutu.iAbs DIVISIOSJ {Daily 1
will be conducted from
:: I'I'J ports I R"tI.IVJ.dskies 1'enusc.lvbnUIS. :'''\. :-_:_ -

,J i intoxicating drinks because itt sufficiently far north to avert :Ei.gGLJad.e: ST I LOUTi'VlLLi':. JA(:KSOXVIU.No ,./SVp'9"aaLv..Jack-rule..Ar! : :., 6S'p-!
No.; ToS" 33: Xn:37 : ') "II \r..LnkelJlIy..Lv 4fp;
: can be operated only to adVantage I l.a.p: : 12 Wf.ion .... LIr Oak...." ...n.....
J2 to ;S:) lIou. Corn Wils\ey! : ?2 to _.a7 >
R'eYl1i..lty. $ "
.... any danger of the introductionof : per g |pn jr: u.Ruir 8(Ki: 13t1p.v..Jack-cQ\me: 8.5: : 0 TIT 2n:,,'ip[ ::- .. 2'I' i.n.: <: : ......
l lay a stronglimbednnd : *2 to $::.50 pr 1\11J1.! rill i i Brandy s2.50 ro ?3 j pt.r g-tltln.: Peach 10 IS"! 9:251. 1r..F.t'l"vt:1L. ..Li 5:rus ti 4V 4iul 2'.. ;. : : 3.P.: ...
yellow fever. Having" in 44'i 4llia ".... .... M.icon. .,. 1 111"1 1 Nt'".. 1\lt.:I I82.V. 3='Jr ... ..ItL.ttleelU---------I: Ilrp.. ....
clear-headed rider. The Bran'1y,1..50to3I'tr: g )Hou.Uut. Wheat Vhibky! ?2.50 j rer gallon. 7 4.j| 11 15a: ... .....Atlanta.; ........ R ISj 5 2'>r ; :;, 4 i..1 <." :: :'.4p l......'
pursuance of the earnest: request attention paid to all orrters ..I'>.. Ir.> -.....Cr..UuuoU., ; .... 3 i It'J Ii 111'1' s 4rJ' Mot: ...River Junction... II l> .....
men who own bicycles to-day Prompt 510) :. 1;5;<)'a''.... .. x'UICI)1.. .... I I.lJt"( 0'i tll.1 ... JlOuy' .: .,.Pen-aeola PI......
.. .7. ... . ..
..... .3Uia: Motile 1 I2Ua .
of the authorities of 7S.u.J..u.th'.I.t.; j.t: 710.1
75Up ;
\ I' are not the millionaires, but JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. 7 12 nl; tj"'p.; '.. .. .. .St Ltt ':........, 75:;: ...I v all i! .. ,40.1 h....New Orhal1,1'= ......,

:, the wage-iarners: of the coun- Florida, decided that no vessels .

from the of C.I M. SPARKMAN & CO. Starke Fla. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
try, and their machines were returning seat-: war: I

bought from the money t.hatl shall touch at the ports of tins No"Sleet-T. 35 ant via 35 Aithuville.Fa;t Mail: Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the Cincinnati :

st: enabled Three Him tired C'ascs.Yasliington JAJLnOA_. .. }S., N..,.. 37 au:. M. t-nrry through Sleepers between Jacksonville; and New York In connection
they to by State U follows of
were :! save I as a matter --- with 8 an.llJ ;\:iu 7..1 14 witt Pullman Sleepers; between Jaco.H.U and Tampa.
1 ----- --
No.M ear';s throuci! :S.eepjr: b jt J '..jvi.la ail .
Aeea .1": Ctattaaoosa.; : Same return. by
economizing: in some other direction. course that the embarkation of "\ July IStli-- a i l lJ: Xo. :::t into Jad .iviile. Sleeperbetwee:, ALI: .Jta. aad Cincinnati.
I f. U\ & f- Osl'JitlKOBTH Lti 1 I dose connection. at Cincinnati, St. Louts: and Kaunas City lor all points West and South.
And is
I i :
: more men and supplies must be made I Adisintcli; has been received\ No,. 1101..<1 U curry the Linkoaviite-New Oilcantiieeper.: .
j tL'..iiy 'xc' vt Suadav. Daily except Saturday and uudny. (This tr.iln dives not rna
reasonable than that this: economy from the same! localities. In tli-it the. entiro i t EAST! WESTCEpmi'EES I ilo:'a ,y. |S'in>l.iV nml Monday oniy. ;iConcecti at Tainpii for St. Petersburg. Manatee
should bo first in I 'stating lJumhel'l uivdr aid rl:<-y v/ot aacl llavJui sieainers Sicamer "M.a ee-: for all piiiul1 un Manatee
put i the due course of time tho bulkof I'I'i river.: "\Statke: bUr LiUros.se. \Valdosteamerfor! :: MelrtJ>,e. 'o.cls at Tatl.ieu.s eior .
I of fever c.'ises; up to : AUlVm c ,ri ...ivtilcSv:: ; M.kilts, and tMb'ba..1. l" >::11ccts at River Junction for Chaltat.oucha"rr :
'I I
off tho luxury .
cutting .
practice ,.
the will 1 he with'lrtiwnfrom ;r :dame r" Coun'jcts: at Ojj a to: tli mos of t ? II troops did not excenl three hundred.: lard U-'u'- :oteatuer to tae I.slaiiils anu Itiuu, w ICt.: ,
drinking I All i>ii Florida .nt1 dispatched to This lowered the estimate by t- FLA : ::0'>: Koy; :m: Su-eet: aweU as, ai tlu Unioa Depot ticket oittce.ii. .
lint; the other why ,
reason tt. C'A.MPliELL: Pis,. +. J. E. UtSMALL .
I I the scene of war and the camps NO.10.dy.;! leaves. :317 p. m., for ,all .t'"gprt'III. ,
ithe bicycle is cutting down theconsumption one half from that givenin pout Ninth and Din.t. connecting at J\ck- "1'ie..oct \m"- t :!i I//:! tt .-t B.iv :Hi., tornerIngan.lai k.simville, ""U.' *

will not be refilled until autumnor find hoimSle with tnsO-JKh sleeper! for New York. WALTER G. Ui.LKMN". (h-n+-rai I ra\'f'I''K Agrw, Juckfuuville.:
of because dispatches was a I
.liquor- I press Cincinnati and all L.terrutt1 ate j'olnt A. O. MicDONXELL Ot-u Pass.
winter. r:o. 14t l,::4ve, 5:12 a. in Uai.y for same: ( Agent.
; it is not the friend of source of satisfaction to the poiata[ n..IJ..d atove, carry; az: turontrh sleeper -

weak and sodden men-is I The chief reason for this is authorities. Tampa cO.lntcting and at tstwrmediate Jacksonville;! pOllttn with trains New Yu from.k.

:'Iacon.tlantu.. ChUnuooa; and 1011! points .
more potent and will be more I the unexpected) adverse con- Surgejn Arthur, at :New noria and Wt'st. ales, with trams: for west I Southern '
: FioncMi.: : i'eu.MiooU. M" il.:. New Orleans, Texas. ,
lasting. The athlete in all ditions produced by the rainy YOlk, has been given carte Mexico! and L'ulitorn'.a poibt&
HO. 13 leaves 11:59: p. in. with connection
branches of sports nowadays is season. An the camp grounds blanche to get to gether at the rrolllolll.olLts from New( York.and di\'Nions. Through! sleerer: <)p
eschewing the use of intox- in the State except thps; on the earliest possible moment a large NO9 leaves 1Pia!:( .m. with through: sleeper c"'u,,
couneciiou! from all point north west and
icating drinks, and the wheel Heights near this city have: number of contract doctors and all points the stale. THE SHORTEST ROUTE. .
I or tbe be.stmup of the state I sleeper
men forming the largest band flooded other information call on or write to '"
been until r'
they are un- familiar with fever
nurses cases. D. GREEN.get., .
.., of athletes in this country
Starke. Fla.
must be given the credit for tenable. In spite of the best They will go to Santiago on the N, S. Pennti A gton..O. M.icDonelL T.; M. G. P. A.JacksOavlle. onOUG PULLMAN': DB.A"" w .:CG l>IKJNl CAn:!.

the greatest*, decrease in the advice the military authorities Resolute, which will leave the Fla. I _. Tlr02.0'52.IFA,_ r! : ? CUACESS. VE;TI ULED TNORTH RAIXS-' -
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consumption of liquor. Thereare selected many of the camps American line pier tomorrow ( '-

some riders who at first{ with the worst of judgment, morning. The following;:; telegram I 'THe 1111! S. 11 EAST AND 1 WEST.

.- think they can drink deeplyand and the result is that they are was received: from Dr. Departure and Arrival of Trains.STARKE i_ } -

ride strongly at the same badly flooded every time it Lugarde regarding the case of & FLORIDA. .- TV/0 DAILY TRAIN'S! BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TU2 EAST.

time; but they are soon und rains. .' General l DuffipJd. It was dated N3 1 dully, leaves 7 a. ni. for LaCro.sse.Itmkley .
and intermediate point*. This train Washington and Southwestern Limited,
and quickly join the The establishment of a campat yesterday, but did not come to coanfcts with the G. S. & F. at Sampson
Junction for i'alalka Macon and intermediate And the United States PastCIL7 l\tU.\
great majority of abstainers or Miami was a very disastrous hand until to day : points..
General Dtiffield has NO 3 Satur ays and Sundays only. Leaves
{. light drinkers. The bicycle experiment. Out of the 3,000 yellow 5:*oJ p. m. for LaCrosse Krinkly and Intermediate 21 nOTJIlS: JACKSONVILLE: TO VASHITHTOTI.O.NLY .
fever is at division hospital pOInt:..connect1n at Sampson Junction.
has been condemned for interfering there 000 in ; for I'alatka. Macon and tnterme men are actually .,. .
of but is doing nicely ; much better S second cIa; : Leaves Starke 4OJ: a.m-
\vith the sacredness for LaCrosse. Briukley and Intermediate

( the Sabath l and for the hospital from the bad water to-day. points. This train is daily except Sunday.NO e ::j Vcst1'bulc:1:'Tnl.-...,..,,..,..fI<\ot LB',, Imo",1. m11m,," S'-pfn2tr.: tad Hot.lTHROUGH Dta-
General Duffield is 2. arrives at Staike llo p. m. daily. lnC.rr ULronsj'i withf.jf cli.iri: \Vyhirg'nn.. .
and the exposure to wet. It a man in NO 4. Arrives at Starke at 'J.30: p. m. Satur. \: ullu.r.
.,, a laxity in the morals of the constitution d.[ .-..and Sundays oniy.NO P1il.t tlV1u3. Xe.tr JTorli add thu! l!:.at. .
., was made simply to give the vigorous and no 6 second class, arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. '
: young, but it should be given doubt he will be able to recover m. Daily except Sunday. .-

full credit for its assults upon East Coast railway a share of from the disease. CEO. TOMPSETT.. Gen. Supt. PULLMAN' DRAWING-ROOM! SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ,
Starke Fla.
.. the excessive use of liquor. the war business, but it was ARTHURNEISS. Gen. MITT.Jacksonville. JACKSONVILLE. AND NASHVILuE.
f Fla.
not expected that it would be
.I. Yellow Jaundice Cured. Thrcu-h SIe:2! ;: Cars Daily Jacksonville! to .
.t.: r so dangerous to health and life. GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO.
DANGER OF THE CUP Suffering humanity should he Cincinnati via Asheville: T.i cuzti th>
..r. TIME CARD NO. 25.
The situation about Port
; rtr' A well known Tampa supplied with every means possible In effect on and after Nov 7. "LAND CF THE SKY.! "

.:.) Congregationalist City and Palmetto beach is also for its relief. It is with pleasure No. 1. No>. 3. Uo.2 No. 4 --

',)( t minister who was for we publish the following : Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Dally ex. Dally.Sunday. For e"'D) rt !,foe'i! a. to rx'M, ->"*ln*<*. n\r\ ras car njanrrartoni. eta., aw7 ts'rJty ..,...
1. Sunday. "c.a&. of 1.bi Sot ru.xx P.ul.war ur IL.u I..cLlcI1.... .
I many 'ears pastor of one ofjBoston bad.Prom indications "This is to certify that I was a Lv. am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm. .'
:;, Congregational churches present terrible sufferer from Yellow I 120 721 300 31tJ t..lmnte.Gainesville Hi,1...... 1058 1100 f5373J 7,0 L. A. 8HIPMA5, F.jrivU POM. A-t. 212 West Day Sweet, JarVsinTil, Pl.. 1..!.:
war will end before or by the Jaundicn for over six months and 315t..Cannon'sring..IOtai 1550 '
j j
i4.f while ? If. GULP. V7. *,
addressing a large A. TURK :
8. H. -
! 1 3.i 3 211 L. R<>c ky Poin 1O5t) 6 t5'no ,
meeting 111 the interest of temperance time winter fairly; sets in. Tam- was treated by some of the best 33.'d..Wacaboota.1040 630 I%r&Tlc lr BlUA7CT. CTffi rA** tar"" Aaa1 IvAO. PA..C. -AIF**.. .
ash1DIC:on O.O. :
800 945t..FleweUens..1030 \Vr
6:0 DO.
physicians in bur city and all to aa4'.n Atlanta, ;}a
' will not be abandoned 80.1 >> t..Clyatt"Ji .... 10:5:: 1515
entirely : May 2
in church 18)
a of which pa 7.
no avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, 810 355 .... Kirkwood. 1010 610 __ ..
s the editor of the National Temperance by any means, but no recommended Electric Bitters ; 811 I 815! 4(11).j05t..Tacoma..1000 1..... EIulOre...... If 05 .6v0 603(; .- ..- ------- -.-

t ) Advocate was at thet more large bodies of men will and after taking two bottles, I was 820 82. 4ISt..Micanopy.tIot... Taylor's:: ........ 955 950 Sap 5:10:: "

;I ... ... this thrillinJ entirely cured. I now take great 835 4 25 r...Tu..ca willa.... tHO 543 S
time made be sent Herald.
pastor, g : here.-Tampa tS 31 4:10 t.Lake Simunton 935 I 540>> TUB POMONA NURSERIES
I pleasure in recommending themto 8 -12 4W: t.. Hickman. .. PW: 358U
t J impressive statement 'suffering from this 4 40 t....Southside .... 92.1 530 NEW s CATAL.OOUK -
Florida any person 852: 445 t....Dungarvan .... 9:0 52. 0
like to the ,
YOU are talking silly Boys Front ron
terrible malady. am gratefully 902 500t..lrvlne...... 910 515 .
j':, idiots when thenvis ... ..Fort Dra:1e.. ."'. .... .... WILL BE REAliT TO MAIL IN OCTOBER.' .
no Orders from M. A.
you say Washington yours, Ilogarty, Lexington Aram Arpm. Lv. m. Lv.pm

danger in the cup. J know I have assigned! them to immedi- Ky.'< Sold by J./L. Gaakins, t.-telegraph t.-nag tnitlns.: stations One part' write .s.follow of our 197 eat-
tp' 'Will
-, from tho blood of live generation's !- !! ateduty! at Porto Rico. ,,' Druggist. V.J. I1ERLOSG.- J. F..BUNCH a:1.MfOICiL Gen. Pass. Agent. 5 5t rj hare Taluable. :oauej nnrs-try it.jn Ca Iliad pit al M>;ue.reed 110 many I me bid a copy iairrntiaffflit cop-/01 roar bet ...

of cider-drinking ancestors tbii.j.1 U it that I d. aut wish to be wUk' t sOur .
'. The whole Tampa: force is il e-py." -

in my veins the .danger the Backlcn's Arnica Salve. mew 1898 CUUIooc wHl contai aH tee
t is in the thin There among troops selected.An y rood. ltrture.ofthetb97c.ttbguebcai4eim.: *
there new one. Pnllr lug-trued wi k anny ... '
The Best Salve in the world for
.,. army stronger than Shaf- P1Iotopapllic View We"cr a fall l..cCai .<
J is not ascent of liquor that is FrAtt aDd Ora. meataITreeta.d8lttubtsdsgtq
it ter's are to conquer the Islandof Cuts, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt &e 1ottktro pIuUar. .... Vim*. Adfaeat
4: not pleasant to me that.would TREATMENT(
; Porto Rico.i General Miles Rheum, jBver Sores, Tetter, Chapped N.wut.. Mad Pr IN.V. THE GRIFFHiG BROS. co., -

not be a precious drop to my Hands Chilblain Corn und P..ctl tsr 3wtters M..tMi f C3 Ol1 JVpzrIZZU. xucct
is the _. _._
.a.- ._ .
already: on way. \1' ------- -- a Was-.e. ---- _---
Look Do I OM' TRIAl --
ton us. at me. all Skiu Eruptions, and.positively ( 1)) -

: look like a man easy to be The fever is to be stamped I Piles It -JOB'PRINTING- .;..,- ( ...., ..
2ures or no pay required. To Any Reliable Man. ,..". ., .. .. .. A' .. ><..
oat: and when that is done the '.. -"' ... -.11' ... S
overcome by temptation? Do ... "! of. .
ia guaranteed to give perfect, sat Virrelatu '.pc>:! noe cod en* mOllth'.nmedlN .... -.r> ..'f' ..ft...., Sol
+ you know my life? Go back field will be'taken': again with i if"tion or refunded. Price edruics of raft frnri.power will ty U the teat jnreuo on Uil%a.tapa.:7, inAJtout in any t be Bring it to THE AuVOCATRf ... le- ',\>' ,"',:";'",.t,'','C,.'"iJO". ,." ''. ,'-",,':" .,: ''"J ........ pay.... .
money '
rv and learn it, and see what. .I] Havana as the Goal.: The war 25 cent rwr ; ClUrr.re4 wend i\ the from'N.Uuen&:.ffet*et of men exee.re.teat,,worry.broken orer.py dlsS .- WE CAN DO IT- f r". .'.' ; Pr"" .. .' ..w'*IrV.tY- of. *;
I .. ooz. wort:c UaJ>> ivniaeeecartdeompetere.- ., ;
have suffered and I has taatlveof dev K>pir. nt.if >ii ro eoICUtoocJ: AS YOU WANT IT- .. .. ; J
; yet say department : ordered embarkation I The time CI) this t.Lrr...rrf t>t% No ('. O. Dw WANT IT .S # ,; '1
'; ;i }Forsrleat L. Gaskin's Drug echaiD; no deception; oocJPMor*. A4d-e.a"--, j WHEN YOU l _. .. .-, -. ..". .'J

to you, with, this background. atjvarious;; ojlts. j jI Store.1 '- = > : .ERI r.nt Iih.lKi.'i.; AI I. CO: ..64 etX NIAGARAA1.O.N.Y...., TRYU. ,..' -.,'... ."' So::;. .N.a.. ..''. r.. ._I ,. .,;. 1',2.2W'

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1 Salutatory. PERSONAL NOTES. JUed. 785. Other delinquents;' "are":
KEIST LOCAL GLEANINGS,. Tetter,Salt-Rheum; mil Ecxem
With 'this issue of the ADVO- Mr. T. A. Knight. :visited "Pine .nn1 Joseph, .the infant son of Mr. F. Colorado, Louisiana, Nebraska, t The intense Itching.and smarting,fDei.
the Thursday. S. Dawson, .died atilie :home of his Tennessee, and Virginia, each dent to these diseases,fetrstantly allayedby -
cu.tEwe assume; .manage 8p lyin.gchamberlain'8 Eye and
FATHERED CITY AND.r.U.1: : tf-: ment of having leased the Col. W. T. Weeks la vWtlug: in jjiandmo&er, Mrs. N. J. Mott in ,of which hits supplied less than: Ssin Oi ntina MAn.yvery bad cases
;same, it. It
r BQRHOOP.Htm : have been jiernuusently ;
Sanford and UeLaml.Mrs. "Woo binq- pight.
r ; y : onethirdof the number of anda
paper and plant from }Ir. Texas is equally efficient for itching piles
PERSONAL JERTIHEHJ: ftPECDUUL( R. Hodges. L. B. Rhodes, of Lake Butler. The ,.r.einaW8we.re sent from men required. Alabama, Massachusetts favorite hands remedy, chilblain_ for sons froet',nri ppIes.-bites I E ;
visited Starke ;M'>nd { to Starke where they were chapped
y. Georgia ,
t, First :iof all ;we shall -ad Ben Johnson made a visit to'his old interred at Crosby Lake Cemetery '
::i, Machine Bands,Needles,oils and Starke "as the connsty site Mississippi, ;Oregon and Texas Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are r.
home at Lake Butler-this week. Rev. J. A.
Cans at J. W.. WHITE'S.Waltham Thursday morning, have done little better l just what a horse needs when in bad
f because we believe it will be to ery. .
Tonic, blood purifier and
Mr. Dawsonhas condition.
Mr Fred Martin,of Arcadia,visited Hughes officiating.
t'') 17 Jewel Adjusted the interest of every tax payer his father in this city this week. the heart felt sympathy of his and all are very much behindin 'der nlfuge.and the They best are in not use food..butmedicine to put a

L Gold Watch cheap at in Bradford county to vtOte'in' Miss Cook and sister, of Hampton, many friends during his sad be- meeting the requirements. horse in prime condition. Price J25

tf. D. MfN R'S. the coming election :for ,the were in the city Tuesday shopping.Mr. reavement. 'Complaint has been made also I' *Eats per package.PROFESSIONAL. -

Several of the young men of this present: .cauuty .site location T. R. Hodges, of Cedar Key. : that in several of the States an't .
in the business Master Gardner Anthony, the effort has been made to foist; DIRECTORY
.city went down to Waldo, Thursday and save needless and uncalled was city on Thursday. ;

night to return with the sol- for additional burden of taxa ,: Mr. E. H. .}[uJder" .and wife are bright young son of Mr. and Mrs. poor material on the Govern- I

,4hers.. spen<1J.n$ a l.ew1 Ys yiajtipg In Tarn.of W JD. Anthony, passed throughtown ment. I A.1.. M D,.

tion.We JUl. Monday on; &is way to the total enlisted strength of .
led .certain: that we --will PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON *-
The Brown Shoes from The ,
Buy I' (tlt.or ewbur,n., the GrangeJLeaf WrigUtsboro where he ,-Koes on a the regnjar to date is
receive the aearty support ofthepeoplefor ; army ST.tKKE FLA. -4 4Office
W. B. Best ; ,
Haynes Company. drove up from Hamptou Mon vjisitto his grandmother, Mrs. E.
about t$ OOO about -
men, being
which tender ,
,, we ,
> 4> ln the world. Gardner' at Gaskln'i: ]rug Store.
.. ; \ .M. Gardner and family.
day.Mr. 18,000 short, of its legal complement -
'>' thanks in advance.Respectfully.
our George Flaua., of JiliJdletn.ir i ,
:' Capt. and Mrs. Anthony and 5irs.T. has grown so much since he was -
The volunteer
several days'in Starke this army
A. Knight chaperoned a pleasant spent ; here last: that very few of his old 1. STEM 1RT. M. D., r ... ',
AvERy G. EOWELL.PJEXTOJT week. jconsfets ,of 138,000 men, and is E
jparty.on.a fish fry Kingsley Lake ; friends recognized him. When ,,EYE EAR HOSE AND THROAT
: M. ;p UEWITT. J. W.- Hicks; znoyed his family into only 17,000 short of its max- S,; e
c' ,a Monday evening. the C9ttage next door to the .Court&outse \ : last here he wore short pants, now imum, authorized strength tinder % STAUKK, FLA. Y4-
Tuesday.J. he is of man's statue..-McDuffie, I ;is
A :Few more of those shirt waist Yale!.Uctoryp: : the two calls issued by the Office at State: Ilrug Co.:

it sets at reduced prices.at Coming ;to :Starke a few R. Davis, Starke's .popular ;Jn- (Ga.,) Enterprise.Miss President. The total strength Y I,, .
; visited Waldo
surance Agent, on
U. D. :MINER'S.Watermelons weeks ago .we took charge of businessIonday.. Mary Dromgoole gave a of the army, regular and .volun- !, .E.nt.GG. -

have .heap theDYOCATE as a business ,at the residence of Mr. and teer is Trios
gotten party 227,000 as now .organised. -
: Mr. W. G. Seals one of Hampton'smost Attorney and Counsellor at Law, .
fr ',", ,cnough for an editor to indulge in venture. ;iSijiqe, we )Jbave had prominent business men, was in Mrs. W. E. Davis last Thursday j .

j. one occasionally when presented by the control: ,of its .wd'Horial: department the city Thursday. evening. Dancing, vocal and instrumental STARKR-, FLA.

't,. '.a delinquent subscriber-if they ; it has been our aim, Mr. Orrin Husband. ,one of Mel music were the features 6tTORSA.: Office t Kesldence on Cherry Street. ;; "

*H just j would. as .announced in our first issue, rose's prominent merchants. was in of the occasion. Ice cream and Bun tb lhi Kind You Have Always Bought/ J

the city Wednesday. cake were served. Those present Bgutut #,Ior #' J ,
New line, latest styles, best to give to the people .of Bradford .- F. }Zr3Er,
:Mr. J. Q. Wills, who has been were: Blisses Willie Finch, Myrtle R,_ CIVIL ENGINEER.
for the at the bestservice, + a
clothing price county
weeks in Jacksonville,
spending a/e.w;
: Callahan, Fleming and COUNTY SURYEYOH.po .
__ DOUGLASS & McLKODs. that the patronage would returned to l.lis home in Starke Tuea-
Now w.ejuijvemetthat day. Alta Morningstar. :Messrs. Will Don't:Tob* (o Spit and Smoke Tour hire Away. Professional Eirawlns.--Blue Printlnff. Fnti-,
Another Dcw"OldGlory" now: guarantee. and Bert Wall, Avery Powell l To quit tobacco easily ana forever be majf matesof work furni- eJ oa application. '
for the Lleutennnt Sergent :, netlc.full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- >. .
floats from the flagstaff in front of aim it remains : Livingstoii.and OCace on Call street with C J* J .ttek.Subscribe'
Felix Long and B. P. StniUi. wonder-worker that makes! weak men
',the ADVOCATE office, contributed readers of, the ADS OCATF to Johns re.criytliig officers are in the, strong. All druggists 50c or'1. Cure guaran-1 r
city agaip this week looking up the teed Booklet and sample free. Address (
liy patriotic citizens of ,Starke, in judge. soldier bovs. The Starke (.)onset Band die- Bterllag Remedy, Co.. ChIcago or Now York for the ADVOCATE.

;honor of the soldier boys. Being here ,only for a short Mrs. F. R. .:Morgan and Mrs. J. E,.. .coursed de.Jj fitful music in the : _'

V Brooms, Buckets and Baskets of time we regret that it has tot Futch returned home Wednesday) Park Monday evening, aod youth f

the l best quality at been our privilege to become morning relatives at after Phoenix.a delightful visit with and Jbeauty with flyiug feet "tripped GREATBARGAINS

I '..J."T.. WJJITE'S,, better )plo V.tl amongst the ; the light fantastic," while the
,' of Starke. For Mrs. W. T. Glenn returned hometo silver moon's and the
-r. good people rays .
The ADVOCATE: js taco: days late Fernandina Monday after 41 visit IN
the friends we have made we breezes that wjere to have played .
in getting to press this week. The to Starke.. She wiJLl xempve tQ Wal;
caused be- have the deepest appreciation do in a snort time to reside.; I.amongat :the pined failed to appear
delay was by a change PRINTING

ing made in the management of and affection, assuring them) Mrs. Belle Hanford, of Green Coverings The, quietness was disturbed Monday k .
that their memories will ever nee Miss Belle Richard
age) which will be fully
the of
paper afternoon Vy report a
: daughter 01' Capt. Riihard, of Starke, LETETR HEADS -
be the tablet of HEADS BILL
)lained next week. green upon our Call street. .
) IB I visiting her I parent in tbis city.II. pistol M"lri.chrau out -on "

Dont forget you can buy the best recollections., For the enemies A. Farmer, who has been conr lveajbody: wished in the direction NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES >

And cheapest} kerosene, oil in Starke we have made nothing' but the ,I fined to his bed for some time with .ot site_ report only to find that it ViSITINGCARDS.WDDING.. '.

tilt kindjiesjfeelings.; .. measles J I* able to be out again. Seeri' ,-: 'w.as SeoiLt' Ah- wez practicing whit .

McMuRRYS. To 3&.oseUio} may; assume ,taken l members with theia.of his family halc -bee:i biiat.!1 -on SJJP: J.ui: tlut\; infect : INVITATIONS PAiVlPHLETS .

?' control] we Jiaving given up his: Uiteliur! sjjt J 'p, *
\Z ;- Dr. E. J,. Stewart, ,. having ajiew the lease, we bespeak the T. R. Sweat, one of 5tarke' prominent 1 POSTERS, DODGERS ETC,.",,.,.
fence erected around his premises merchants accompained Mbs: Tl.cs hot daysjitii il& thcivmoinetor "
$ ; which when his water works hearty-support aad .cooperation Willie Finch .as far as J.icksonville clinibijug; the 'wall, and LOWEST I FRIGES f. GUARANTEED.*
of the people. of Bradford: on her way home Monday. lIe rer up
and other improvements arc completed county that success jvjjjch- l) turned home the same night.Migs the mcfs fY. sizzuig out the top \ ADVOCATE OrFIUB.I .
will be of the neatest
one tLc guilelfu idiot with nothing to
in the }stern; arc talent comma&t.g.NO' i Willie Finch, a pleasant: younj. ", ] US A ( .4'\.I.JT ,
and most convenient houses J.
lidy wiw leas been sojo ;;;&u ;..;Ci j say but "is it hot enough fur 3011, I
c.it.y. Sr Ii&tsi her sister )[r8. T. R. Sweat lu Sta-rkc'' ,makes one have that tire.1 feeling

Whose club bow neckties are I left for her home in Lynchburg, Va., that we often J.&car bout." .-- '- -1' .:)1.- .a. --

They Were Disappointed. Monday afternoon, to the regret or "" .fII11'.d. ,.,.,. .,. ,. ., ..................'" .. ._ .......- .... \\
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nil: the ragCj.stop in and sec them News was received Thursday many friends made while visiting A.ttQrueJ, G.G; -;ta" W. Jf. .Jamc ? .""' -..................._. ........<...>...-_-.+-_.._,.._"" .".., .,." ._,." ."., .,." '-'''''-'- ''\

at morning; jtlat; tho First Florida here.Mr. J. B. Jdu>es and T., G. Kelly, prom | THE C. B. ROGERS CO.W <8JV5PORTERS
DQCGLASS & McL>:oDs. liegitnent) would he through} here Herri well Friend, who is well .
citizens of hitler
inert I/ike: were
about G o'clock! en-route, tq known and h.aBjnany friends in thir AND WHOLESAU: G.Rottns: i
The yonng Jadies:} of the ppworthLeague p. m. in the city MouJay, before Col. \
Fernandina and Co. M" city. has accepted a ppeiiion as nighoperator W J"..e..C'.Q __" oF LA. .'- '. .
gave a dime social at the } that was at tjais I lace. Merriwelppent Fa tch referee, taking testiiiiony; in dJ {f1 1.,"". ;;

f Kentucky House Tliurgday evening. aboard tlje} first. section of three last summer with us wluntng a tKe case of James. ys Kejjy.lO and = Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Mod, Etc. ==: .: { .

The affair. was largely at-. trains.. J+loa receiving the news large number of friends who are deligrjte \3-e1talyr. ) .t. SOLE AGENTS: FOR t lOur busiaeKS confined .to flic !m j

tended by the young people of the the good ladies of the city went
.5ity. Quite a neat sum was diligently to work preparing lunches "J Have useU Chambcrlaip'sCough t n I Minters! \ mother solicited! nor e-t'! .. .r.:
Crushe 111 Q Train i Canned Meats. -lred.A. l1 ... .
realized. for the boy; when theli.re.d: Remedy in my family; |uf>> ",

A nice lunch consisting of chicken Tuesday afternoon near Wai years and always with good! results I Quotations Made Promptly On Application. |
Shoes and hats for jcvcrjbody! do Mr. Howard J.i"lnrwpwhile
'. ham :and sanrUvitclieB} etc., _was :} ."save Mr. \rCooprr of
1 lYe'can suit J'Ol1 ire qualify, styleprice 9 jjatly: fixe )i7 tr ain fen I El Rio, Cul.- "For small children- I

,.nd theeuin any. Soon after supper beneath |the >vykeejs and was run we find it especially e4Tective.

; DOUGLASS & :McLEOD. the crowd J}egin gathering at the over completely erpsliing both ,For sale 1.by J.L Ga kills Druggist. i -- __--- -___'___...-_.n___, __. _.l_._c.?_. i

"_ Starke surrounding country depot ana before .>!;) o'clock fully his legs and and one side of his LOST I _WILLIAM TYSON .cam. .
..,: arcs visited by a fierce wind. and five hundred people! were present.It body. nfteniaoja in Starke i I
storm afternoon. was learned about\ 10 o'clock Dr$, Ffaiicis4, 0askins apSpott Monday
,rain Thursday Ont-
ladies black siJk parasol with LIVERY SALE\ AND) FEED l ] STABLES
i4e pi'' tearing down a few fences that it would be. at least. 1 3. l before. $t Starve, and Jrs. ivory handle. Suital!!le. reward if i

and destroying several acres of corn the boys arrived.. This did not in Siriskland and Cotsou of, 'Vnl- "-".".,
l\Irs. E. Muider.
turned to
lithe wind did no damage. any way discourage.! : the crowd who do, were called in and }preformed rt I *'-.-*-STAKIvK, FLA.I ...-----*(* '

.wanld have waited aU l night just the operation of amputa OLP GLORY. ---- --- -

Just received a new )Jut. of tine i for the privilegs of speaking a fC\-r'' ting both legs. K. B. llijll has just received a'I ""I 1 lake i Speeialty! ef! Conveying Traveling lIen to Points in! tie Co itrJ.,-.

/ ? tioner.r. Call on me for a words with their loved ones who Mr.. Fnnnan remained conscious choics; : line of Old Glory and other ,

bargain on anything iq that line. were aboard the train. About 3.30a. until the last, and the fancy stu'iynary, which he is sellingat SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR. SALE.For .

If. & IJLULL the headlight was discovered .
m. :
operation was a very successful prices lower tjj in |n
J The Hewitt brothers who have in the distance and i ij; iris not Out of town trade soliuited. ,

Teen confined in the pouijrj} jail many minutes t eforo jt was quite one.About i k ki '. .
hour after the
an } operation DO :NOT RESPOND I I I
here for the )jm. fpy veaks wee J near the dep It. T4e train did nit .
while his bead \vas be- .
: fiiken to JiM-Jf-onviHe] .l hj Sheriff stop at. all but dashed by; at a rapid 1 .
to him
ing give some
Deujyaii: aestelday and lodged in : rate, ;lot even giving! tho people a water the patient died 1-oln 1 cci' Army 17, ,

the DuvaJ equity i jail at that place) chance tq rev\'gni c the boys. very 000 Short of its la"inll1n; ),
from the
suddenly shock occasioned -
'ylvere they will rctnniu until the Everybody badly] disapointel .
North Carolina-Nijujbrfr} ) required ; tkL
from the
accident, Sale ]1
fall term o*. Court for' Bradford as they had gone to a great; deal : y'
Mr. Farm an > station 783; ;: number mili&ted: ,
I of trouble preparing ]lunches, I etc. wag -
: a 'Jn"eue.s. for the boys but there WAS? np help j agent at Fairbanks', and left a ii5. : E P. McMUREAY Grocer. ;!
.' *:,_ FOR SALE.-Ono} tint clas.- for the. matter and "the largn crowd. family who were dependent on Virginia-Njiobei* required, ,/:

Electrical: Telci houu in:gl"tr01'k- departed for their homes just &* him. I GOO ; number enlist# tJ, :!V-1. NOTE REDUCTIOI'J IN PRICE ..

\ ing: order:, which. cost .when newJ day was breaking i 1 G.eorgbt1J1lher required, .

... ,..-. :3o.OO. Has not been need over Mr. Hughes left to J.ay'fur Fer- ;SOT1CE TO EXCILtN ES. 704 ; number enlisted, i5.:j. !! One. Gallo 5 cents:: ,

-i' ;: ix m.onthf. Apply at this ufiice.! with tha lunches and About a year ago Life a number -i Indina >,Uuuesoti, Missouri ; -' .
nandina they } ,
I of the State carried a 1 2;;- 1-sre -a 11o= {s .SO C6D..ts..
: The cotton crop of linulford.: will Jie doliv red tu the }boys to card for the Massey papers Business College :New Jei-sey, Rhode Inland,

,. *. ': ; "' ., Although tmalk-r than u&nal bar night. I ; taking in return a scholar 'Yest Virginia: and Wisconsin }I This is the best Oil sold in the City.

since th. have exreeditl their ,. but '
J111'TO.eJ"onderfltll '-- giant
sHjp. I will give '
\ any newspaper t stock of GTO-
,..j r I.'_ )'dnle set in, and tiuw pix''centa atHppearancc < I :guarantee my goods. anti price :. $10 in cash for such scholarship all the ottiers; are behind! the Call ..and examine my +

as favoml! inj any *I'. avi if.hoiiei-t I weights: :and fair ':if they still retain_it, Reply at. supply) of trovrs.It ceries. ,I guarantee prices as owr tS .
'? .,M ever c' raised TSfifai :"in the cO lIt".. 1 Jfl1iUg'd'iI', 'get your : trade into 'once: .. to' The worst delinquent North any, and solieit your trade ,.

:AVith f vocibsfcondi tim alt d lit .C: ;t. Sure >Slilct'.. : -
: a is ex" P :: j" ;: .'. i r T. E. HODGES, ,, C:1fuh13! which furnhiie :only

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