The Florida weekly advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086620/00011
 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00011

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i Willing to Give Up Cuba and Porto Rico. CQi

,. M. Canto! The French Ambassador Acting for Spain, Calls Upon President> |:

:: );i >--TALKS GOOD' SHOES< <*. KcKinley With a Formal Tender. ti ESPECIALLY TO FILL ti tiPhYSICIANS'
"..,:.'....'- sued for peace, not indirectly, through the great powersof

'.. :. Europe, but by a direct appeal to President McKinley.The m PRECRIPPIONS n niti gf.
proposition was formally submitted! t9 the President at

i 'Ve have lustref 3;o'clock this afternoon by the French Ambassador, M. ill. m

Jules Cambon, who had received instructions from the"Foreign 1 .

Office r: at Paris to deliver to the United States Government idi !,l
..' ;! the tender of peace formulated by the Spanish Minister. -
'Ai the conclusion of the conference between the Pres- OUR DRUGS ARE CLEAN 8

-cc'eived large.r ident anl tin French A-nbassilor: th.) following official ill' oM

statement was issued from the White House :
.. "The French Ambassador, on behalf of the Government of ,
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3k ; Spain, and direction of the :Minister
r* by Spanish of Foreign Affairs -
.f. stock o Ladies ,. presented to the President this afternoon at, the White iiEiV THE SKILL TO DO ALLu !t\

House a message from the Spanish Government looking to the '

termination. of the war, and the settlement of terms of peace." laNDS.OF |

'On the part of Spain it is believed that she has now reached ii! li?

T a realization of her misfortune, and that she will readily

,and Gents .FINE Porto consent Rico.to the terms for the evacuation of Cuba Sand probably PROFESSIONAL WORK. f|

The Spanish desire aI11)ren11y"ery: strong for the reten- i .. \
tion of the Philippines, although there is little, doubt that ill! j n t till )

SHOJ ]lT7 coaling stations there and at other! pointswould be conceded.The m
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t/ matter of war indemnity is for future consideration, although .

there does not appear to be a disposition among the JOUR PRICES ARE AS. lj,

.J..'.. officials here to pile up a heavy indemnity: against Spain in her tii m. t "

BRvs \IN SHOE COMPANY present helpless condition. ""f LOW AS OUR -

THE di.. .-.-=.'1) .t
... STAKKC'S ITZIHTARV- I I bath which refreshed them very ill.! .
F .. COMPANY. much. We then went to work 1 1J
Went tbeVar Wih Full ,and put up our tents and arranged
t A.. Trial. will convince tl wearer: l"J If\
tank and Its Own Officers. them in good order.
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.. -. .that these shoes are the most Starke, July 2G.-Starke, :Mr. Hughes came down the \J..> ''; '' : :, PILL+ ADMIT. r i)
same night arrived and
we &
Fla., a village of about 1,500 \ mu .
-- population, has the distinctionof I I brought lots of good things Fri

if' durable of any on the market.T4 : being one of the few townsin from home and I tell you Mr- ilBring Your Prescriptions to t Us5. m

*, .... the South to send a full IIughes was a most welcome
with local commissioned guest about that time. We
company :j j'r
\ and non-commissioned certainly enjoyed the things xi/ STARKE DRUG CO.CLAliZNG .
\Tif'JV} 'AY
: lArA R d j RY\\iEfi CO officers. The home military very much, several of the boys ....................... ._. =-:! """ .......""" ....... ..... ............................. .l"J "..
U I :v II, i company simply recruited its made themselves sick eating so ( ::=::=:-:=::=::: .jiI ::= .,., ::= ::: ::= \"

&-....__" 'or2-. "",r.p.-.......... _. ... ranks to a war footing, and re- much cake, etc. We all are unanimous i 'I'
-- ------- in thanks the
tained its officers. Captain our to
Mathews, editor of the Starke kind ladies of Starke for the
WAR IB STILL 0HZ.I i Telegraph, still leads the dainties and, especially

company, which is now Company thank the girls for the cake and .

..J'; M,. First Florida, at fruits and I thank Miss
.0- e Fernandina. Starke furnished for the cake and pears; they ATa- .

about 100 young men for the were fine. We think it was '.''J..

front, and the little village feelsa real kind in Mr. Hughes for

LASH VS CREDIT just pride in her patriotism. bringing the things. down to us I,T: a- ALV AEEZ"
When the company passed for he had to hire a team to

through < Starke, ,en' ;route to ;take them out to camp. Mr.

'Fernandina, Thursday night, Hughes will long be remembered MAMMOTH DRY'GOODS STORE

.-. they were presented with cakes by the boys. Company M

x ,I"J: :.aci still in. tfLs :ej.rl.g: and lemonade and other good is considered the best drilled Goods Are: .
edibles by the good ladies of company in the regiment and

.;!' the town.-Savannah News. we are continually receiving To be sold for the next Thirty Days at .. .

praise on every hand. We are Prices to suit the People.dress : .:.
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"v:7-i: th LO\N :IC'ESfor: IN; CAMP. AT.FERNANDINA..,. : waiting anxiously for an excursion : :.. :: "
: 1. .: DEAR ADVOCATE: to be run from Starke to ::: Goods .. '.: .
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I, We:are at last located. in Fernandina. We will give the .',
-- Our Line of Dress Goods is complete in ,
1 ji j Starke time when ..,
our new camp and everythingis peopl a good detail. ;
i I : running smoothly. We are they come down. Well I every ,,. .,-,""

.O SS: or :!:"soc.ce, armedthe: camped near the light house, must close. We are all well.CORRESPCNDENT.. \J\/e :Sa--ve .'

., about one and a half miles from -* -'.
On hand a new and complete Line of _"'.
:Fernandina, and about two
...- : The Epworth League of the Ladies' and Gents' Summer Hats.Ladies .. ,.
miles from the beach. We like .
Methodist Chnrch gave an Ice -
Derc.l.onstr: : t :cl.g our new camp ground splendid.It cream social. at the Kentucky ;
; is so cool and pleasant at House'; Tuesday evening. The ,

night and there is not much social was a success in every respect Shirt Waists, Ladies'. Wrappers. .and'Dress ,''-

I 1, sand here either. When -we there being ,a large crowd Skirts. .

great: sttiperiori> ty :; of ,the came through Starke and ,the i present who spent the evening Je Hae .
., I train did not stop, we were certainly pleasantly playing games and en- 'L.,rl

i I ,. mad.All of the boys were joying delightful.music. Financially Without a doubt, the neatest line of Sum

up and fully expected to .get the affair was a grand success. mer Goods ever brought to Bradford :.
'' I to stop awhile. Captain Matthews -
T .: 'orces: at aD..d ""agairl.st: I I : and Lieutenant Long Notice! We are going. to revise our County ;

., woke up just as the,train passed, subscription books. All of those As .d Our :
who indebted to for subscriptions
all of the boys were in the win. are us '
> ... will do ns an especial fa- Motto is Good Goods at Low
the: : Old Time: : : C1DIT: dows, and tried, to recognize some vor by settling same with lOur collector Prices." -
I of the, home folks, but could '
who will visit in few .
.! I yon a ;
.. arrived in "
not. We ernan- "
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....," 1 dins that morning at 8 o'clock
.Give a Ca.ll. : and the people were at the. de, ThcF.'C., & P. pay train came :,
: .., .,, .. the hundreds and -
1 ;.\ pot: by : through yesterdaymorning and .. .... "*
:. .'o cheered us, to a finish. We made the,boys happy at the depot. "ji. '"
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,: !.-'.' marched out to the camp G: ALVAREZ:,;

grounds and Lieutenant; let us MrL L. B. Boaz is making. con.Eiderable ,", ,.'j.ff J -"" .
J. W. : .S off to in bathing. the whole t his fine ". .r-'r; '
go improvements on '
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I company? took a much .needed _place.in North East Starke; TARKE; -.' o': .',.. .j t ", m m\\
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Florida Weekly\ Advocate. COST OF WITNESSES. iNMILEAGE. them is to try to fool the real Right In It.. -

tax payers of the county into Mrs. Robley D. Evans, the
The Lake Butler Bulletin l lWE
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYAT says it costs three dollars to saddling upon themselves a wife of "Fighting Bob,"proba- AN OPEN LETTERTo
burden of additional
heavy has interest
I bly a larger personal -
.STARKE, FLORIDA. bring a witness. from Providence taxation that would MOTHERS.
necessarilyfall I in the fortunes! of the I
to Starke to attend court, but
upon them if the county navy thunany other individualin ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TO .
if the court house were at Lake "
were the United States, Her
POWELL & PEE WITT, Butler, two witnesses-one from "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK. ,
Take our board of County husband commands battle-
EDITORS & PUBLISHERS. Providence and one from Starke I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis, Massachusetts
Commissioners. They are not ship Iowa her brother Captain ,
-could be brought tothe ; C A STO R I A the same that
of ,
Entered at the postofflce mail at Starke Florida I authorized to spend a dollar of H. C. Taylor, commandsthe was the originator
as second-elass matter.
Court House for the same mon- has borne and does now bear """"* on every
4 public moneys except by law. Indiana; her son, Frank T.

., ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.Advertising ey. The Bulletin evidently Yet the Lake Butler Bulletin Evans, is a cadet upon the the fae-simile signature of MSyffi&&K wrapper.
thinks its readers can be easily "CASTO R I A" which has been used in
Itates. says that "Since Starke has Massachusetts, and her son-in- This is the original
; .
deceived and mislead
Our advertising rates will be as reasonableas such catch-penny problems.The by. I had the records the increaseof law, Lieutenant C. C. Marsh, the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. I

consistent with keeping up a good news- ( taxation; ) has steadily is flag secretary to Admiral' LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
paper. It Lt the purpose of the pubh&aer to object is to hoodwink the
Jj.t>ue a clean,attractive newspaper with only tax and make him really grown and if it should continueto Sampson on the New York. the hind you have always bought jp >0 --* on the

Much a proportion of advertisements as will payer be the county site Heaven Her two daughters, Mrs Marsh and has the signature of UZz&fflcuc&M wrap- 4 I
Insure that all will be been and read and none believe that money would be
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will saved in this witness business above'can tell when the end will and Miss Virginia Evans, and per. No one has authority from me to use my name except t 1 ._.
be uniform and will bo made known un a'. 'i- "
cation. if the courts were held at Lake be. The same paper says; her niece, Miss Taylor, are now The Centaur Company of which Chas.H.Fletcher is President.
"The people know that it will '
taking a course of instructionat
Butler instead of at Starke. March 24, 1898. 'r
The republicans of Putnam Yet even the school childrenof not take many more $16,360 the hospital at Hampton.; # .D.

county are going to have a full hauls like the Starke ring puts. Ex. I
the County, are laughing at Do Not Be Deceived.
county ticket in the field this non. the countv r01 to-- bankrupt
full. the attempted deception on the and ruin it." Free Scholarships.There Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting i

part of the Bulletin. Now lets will be few Free which offer +
a substitute drugg.ist'ma
For nearly ten years past a cheap some ;: you \

;,..... ... (i5Vlien; Porto Rico becomes see about it; Lake Butler has claimed a ma- Scholarships given at Luray (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients :

I .,,,,t., --:' American property, the Span- If it post three dollars for one jority on the board of County College, Virginia, this year to of which even he does not know. -

o .....;.".- ..Jfiards will probably throw up' witness. from Providence to Commissioners. We do pot worthy young ladies who are "The Kind You Have Always Bought"BEABS -
Sfarke to attend Circuit Court
the sponge. endeavoring to get an education
dare denounce any of said THE SIGNATURE OF
another witness from Starke to
commissioners dishonest and who have to provide for
as ,
Bradford's tobacco crop will be attend court cost nothing, so themselves. Preference is
extravagant logues, they
unusually large this year. Old we have two witnesses at Starve
given to other things
for Lake Butler or Starke in i t
:Bradford knows ti good thing .I for the same cost as if they met this Court House issue. being equal. For other in-

when she sees it. At Lake Butler or other A
any We think it due the membersof formation address, Rev. H. M. T

, Sylvester Scovel slapped poinjb; pn the road between said board that the insolent Wharton, D. D., Baltimore, Insist on Having .
Providence and Starke. 5o we Md
Gen. Shafter's faceat Santiago, charges of said papers against
readily lay bare the deceptive The Kind That Never Failed You. :
and was immediately slapped in them be itemized so that their
of the Bulletin witness Persons troubled with diarrhoeawill ,
the house for his answer be given.
guard disgrace proper may
problem be interested in the experienceof Ia

;ful act. Yet the Bulletin attempts to The facts demonstrated by Mr. W.: 1\1. Bush, clerk of Hotel : ,

the public records show that Dorrance, Providence, R. I. He
The flag movement has been pose as the tax payers friend the :e D VtS &
under management our says: "For several years I have :, COJIJtJSlIBeiJtJtCB
.. started in Starke, and old glo- while it isjdoing; all i it is capableof County Commissioners our been almost a constant sufferer

ry floats to the breeze on several doing.to mislead and deceive.Its .
county taxes have been reduced from diarrhoea, the ;frequent
of the residences of our patriotic leading idea is to work up
from 13 mills in J885 to attacks completely prostrating me

citizens. predjudice and passion against; IOU mills in 1898. State taxes and rendering mo :unfit for my

Starke regardless of what} the have been increased but ."duties at this hotel. About two

The old reliable F. C. & P. cost may Jjg to the taxpayers of County Commissioners, do our not years ago a traveling salesman FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.Bank '
will haul 8,500 troops from the small bottle ofOhamberlain's
County, control the State kindly gave me a
Tampa to Fernandina within The tax payers 2gwever carry assessment. Colio, Cholera and Building, Starko, FlaNATIONAL .. '
Then the Lake
again Butler
the next ten days at the rate t.
their heads on their own shoulders Diarrhoea Remedy. to my .. -

of one regiment per day. and are investigating for organ officers has of battening accused our and pointy fattening surprise and delight its effects :rOSEPr:: : : EOE EET} ,....
were immediate. Whenever I felt
themselves and will Au-
not on
Whats the matter with making on the countys public moneysand of the disease I would
Oth be mislead by deceptive symptoms BAKERY.DEALER .
gust the ,
the popular song entitled"A cheating and swindling the fortify myself against the attack '"
of the :Bulletin. '
Hot Time in the old town" people out of their hard earnings with a few doses of this;; yahidble IX ,.
The facts evidenced the .
a national air. The song seemed as by The accusation is cloakedas remedy. The result has been very t \

to go well at Santiago. records, show that the mileage against an imaginary Starke satisft wr>Y and almost complete PIES, CAKES AND CONI"EU1'IOXEI IES. -

traveled by jurors and witnesses Court House ring. But as no- relief from the affliction." :For r -- ,

Any school boy can demon- to attend. court. at Stjirke hasproven body except the county officials sal; by J, yaskjus.; Druggist.J. .. _........... .............._....................:........t---+ -" :'.::' :'IiI.-J::::: &., _. _, -
considerable} less than! ,
strate that it costs less for. the are pad; put of tha public ? if

r County Commissioners to meet when the court was held at money, the change necessarily P. P. MoMUBEY, \$# THE C. B. ROGERS CO. 1 1 / t
Lake Butler. If
;at Starke than at Lake Butler. any taxpayer is against them.'Vonder DK\LERHi !IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, ii T

doubts this statement we will ..._ _.. i ii
The same demonstration holds: if our tax assessor W C.-.C "y :r-.A. .

and to and readily prove tq him its truthfulness and tax collector and FANCY GROCERIES i Flour Grits Meal 1 Etc.SOJ.E li\
true good as jurors from the county = Provisions, Grain, Hay, ==
public recordsof
witnesses and the school board. Judge ana superintendent of O ,.\GE ';TS FOU Our business conf &I It., the JJJFairoani f ft -

the court. schools, clerk, treasurer, sheriff, -I KEEP t Canning Co. Lion; Brand trade only. Orders tnim con. ? _

A Spanish soldier speaking shoot board and county commissioners The Best anij Freshest Stock in Town. !lt t'' dinners ueith&r solicited," den '!\ 1"

of the battle of Santiago says OUR COUNTY OFFICIALS do not think they I: TRV IfE.THE.- \ Canned Meats. sirotl.l O

American that he saw soldier's the stripes pants on as an.he. say Won't a word spine( for citizen our rise County and honestly them! by earn the al county] that is for paid the. &t Quotations ia e Promptly On Application. g; !

came through the bushes to- Commissioners and other respectable services rendered? We think !.Os.w. .,4. pql. +.ay. ,o--i4..r. :.t4.4..f++ +.tSr,.!_::;....!..s.4o,.,Br.44I.t_(p..,.fl/q.a1.. !I II

officials when do. NEW YORK WORLD' ...... I.
wards him, and that the stars county they In fact the compensation :: -- --
these gentleman have beep repeatedly in some cases; is small ,
were plainly visible as the but DO YOU WKITK1
compared to the work done.
so outrageously slan- EDITION.
<)f a gun landed on his head.' ; Yet all those Uonprable gentlemen IF SO WRIE RIGHT
dered by the two papers in the ..
I are denounced --r---z
33 corruptand
Bradford (County tac COHPty adrocntint; Lake' Butler 4T .
payers I I dishonest by the Lake 18 Pages a Week .
are not sp stupi i$ as to u cc"'pt as the county site ]location :Butler organs, One organ z

the deceptive statements of the If any one at home abroad charges our commissioners with 150 Papers Year .

that were to believe the stealing $42.20. The other ,
Bulletin: endorsed by repeated .
charges with them steali FOB ONE DOLLAR.
organ 4
doubtful trio as truflil;but> they slings and slanderous; chargesof age i of f $16,360. TI TT T-: ,

investigating: for themselves. slid: < papers: he would thinkBradford
are _
Pa&lisbed& every Alternate Day except Sunday.
They have access to the records (County officials the The Sure La Grippe Cure, ; t ":

und will not be mislead by men most dishonest, mean: aud unworthy There is no use suffering from The Thrice-a-Week Editionof ..

who know not or nTP shameless I set of men living, this dreadful malady, if yon will THE NEW YORK WOULD is ., ;. 7-r1 I I -

In ordcr' the You first among all "weekly" pa- ;p.< ... r -
yreventors of thy truth.. to attempt to deceive only get right remedy.
pers in size, frequency of publication
I and mislead votes on the Court are 'having pain all through your and the freshness, f

The Bulletin and the doubtful House issue, and to stir up. prerjudiires body, your liver is out of order, accuracy and variety of its am Siib-Ageiit for Bradford and Surrounding

trio are having niglit-mare visions I : and strife, all l the -official have no appetite, no life or ambi- contents. It has all the meritsof Comities for tills Celebrated .

of how Starke, is buyingup \ apt of our county officersare tion, have a, had cold, in faot are a great $6 daily at the priceof J.1.

the influential men in :Bradford cliarged as the acts of completely\ u ed1P. Electric a dollar weekly Its political Typewriter.Can't <"
I Istate'o Bitters is tho only remedy that news is prompt, complete,
County. What a sad Starlio for the past ten years. will give you prompt and sure re- accurate and impartial as all its ; I Sell You One ? 'V T. R HODGES, ,
mind l. to.be sure!. But. In the first\ place we look lief. They act directly on your readers: will testify. It is SUB-AGENT. ,4

emch men don't have to be and regard all our county officials Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone against the monopolies and for -. 1- ,

bought. They are intelligent as ,honest respectable citizens up the whole system :apd make the l eople.It <+i&9' j _."'_w..:!m-. -m-W m!::' '-g.i!...> +....i.._f...!._< _' "......-....>--'vtvpvv-.vwMUWM4. i.
tax payers and would scorn the placed in positions of !honor you feel like a new being. Theyare prints the news of all the WITH DESTINY.

idea of selling their-bjrth rightfor and :trust by the votes andrecommendations world having special corre-
V guaranteed to cure or price re- spondence from all important MEETING it will :i i.,,' 1J1 .,. "
a mess of pottage, of.the peopleof funded For sale at J. I;. Gns'kin8' the It : it starts 1b. '. .", .. "
news points on globe. c:
Drug Store I
Only 50 cents per .
the This wild \Vi I""
county. assertion bottle. hag brilliant illustrations, times and places. Even an e- G1t l
Upon investigation we find .of wagte of the public; : !fund. aftUII0Q4 IItrotl 1 with a friend and a chance p, ss ,
i Trobbery stories by great authors, a capi-: introduction may shape all the course of i
the Bulletin has\ male mis- .after life. To be at best ,
: a stealings, fraud and oae' always your
Skin Diseases.For tal humor page, complete markets and not ashamed, of your destiny,"oarnod ;
take. The names of several I extravagance made by some pa- ,departments-for the house dress like a true gentleman. This can e

visitors were reported as having against sqme: officials are be done by ordering your SnJts# 9C4 Chtrtdat*of .
pers speedy and permanent cure of hold and women's work and _
paid a visit to the "Central ins\iltsito, said pfBccrs and to tetter, salt rheum and eczema Chamberlain's -' other of, M. BORN & GO., r, ,.,
Eye and Skin Ointment is special departments I"
Oit).". BntNew River citizens I all their friends and supporters. without an equal. It relieves the itching unusual interest. Time' treat Chlcflo Merchant: Tailors '

(that town being the only cen We know ri'd all good citizens ; and smarting Almost instantly and Who are unrivalled i'Iaatera of II'III; l
.,. I its 'continned nse effects a permanentcure. We offer this unequaJro'newspaper the Tailoring Art. .J,11.1'i' p
tinicitr yL5ar) they have not seen know, that said charges It also cures itch,.barber's itch and TilE FLORIDA 300- NEW l'attcrus.PlilesUaterlal.Perfect p""4."" ,
scald head,
sore nipples, Itching piles,
:iiiyt of the reported!! \' .. \s or. I area titterlY without foundation chapped bands chjonic sore eyes and WEEKLY ADVOCATE together r fit.New.Stock.Thrifty Latest Prices.Styles. Best WTorkmansbip. L 1

their stiee teljlfAVe, think it in fact,. und that the object of granulated lids. one year for 150. 'A Oh9er7. Quarantee: With AIL"W

proper hat. the Bulletin should tale irresponsible\ }non-tax-pay- Dr. radj'g. Condition Powders for Daft, 0. .
The ..
I y ..1 A horses'are the best tonic, blood purifier regular. subscription ""'
" tt'ftcUIte; tllJ..talre; .::7'-. !. ing, flirty or.: parties: ylio with !and vermifuge. Prices 25 cei ts. Soldbf price JO,theo papers js $2..00t "'I -t O" -vr i '".. t. .,
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HONEY FOR THE SOL- ancc into the 'ditches. The RAILROADS.

. I DIERS. water must not be suffered to j / CANDY

: -- run in: the road, but off the : CATHARTIC FLORIDA CENTRAL j PENINSULAR R. R. .

$750,000 to be Paid the road.. The rainfall, being thus .

American Army: at San simply aiid effectively disposedof I Hew Florida I and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line. '

tiago. ; becomes a most beneficial :.
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instead of destructive ] TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 16. 1898.
When tbe auxiliary cruiser a agent; .. ,

oJ Resolute sails she will carry it; cleans and shapes, and CURE.0NSTWATI0N. 'u S 3 -

750,000 with which to pay hardens the roadway, insteadof ; Daily DaU Daily NORTHERN POU4TS. Daily Daily Dai1Jacksonvlile.Ar

the United States at washing it away and deepening ...... .... 915 ... 95 SiSs.$40j .
army lOc 4 ...... .. ... .... ... ........ 7t .
Santiago the New York the ruts. \Vhenthere ALL 6201: ....... 151 Ar.. Fernandina... Lv....... ?Osp 645 ....
says 2Sc SOc DRUGGISTSLawtcy ....... .......Eveiett.. ...Ar. ...... ; &30
World. It i is": intended not are wet place?, such as springs, _. ." ....

only to the soldiers whatis in the roadway, gravel and q ............ .... -..
give -
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due them but to furnish broken stone will not cure ...... ..

object lesson, to the world and an such things. The water must LE: UEL SAPP. ....... .... .

to 'familiarize Eastern Cuba be drained off underneath the 4:; ..3

with American money. roadway and into the ditchesby Fla., ...930 05..4. i0. """..... .I3runswlck'.Lv..sior.. ....i .

: There two months means of pipe or blind ...... ....
arc pay LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. ...... ..... ......... .... .. .
due the men at Sahtiago. drains. The whole thing is so 4Sp SOp "" .... .i .

simple that one can easily .. .
._. Paymasters Sniffen, Doylon any Finest Turnouts in the City.Drummers' ...... .. 53..3. : p, .... .
master the and .

and llesolute Fishback and will disburse sail on the the I the details" principles into iracticloperation. put Teams on. Short Notice. Draying a Specialty. I .. .... ) ""' ........ -.. -...a ,

1 The funds collected ]- ?*;c CINCINNATEJACKSONVILLE.Nos.NO 80UTH AND WEST
were 9
money. _ _ s& 13 ,
all orders. >JIY
attention given to :
] yesterday afternoon at Prompt Macon. Atlanta, Dally. OKI.BANSgf DaI1 Daily
Chattanooga CiaS -
Our l baby) has been continually cinnati, Chicago, g .-.= .
the in 55a Lv. .Fernandina... ......
treasury department .
Toledo, Detroit, .. .. 911a Lv t.1IIahan ... lOp
troubled with colic and cholera in-
... .? Cleveland, Louis. 9-1OpD2. aLv .
Washington and packed in ES't"ADJ.LS: 'T"I 1Do Z Z Z
c W 0 '-I vile.and St. 1O3p! 9 SZ4a A r, Baldwin ... ISp
fantum his birth and all ..
large paymasters'! safes borrowed U a II9Jl1U4a .. Stnrke. ...Ar..S:

from the war department. that we could do for him did not X R. W. DIXON & SON, TiV5Lv..Jacksunvi1i 101/1 9 25p'.Ar......Everett.i..,..Lv..Ar... SI3L 5:1Oa Up 6I.p: 133all30a.:. ... lOp "......Gainesv-UJe... Waldo. ...

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4 4l 4 IOn .Macon 11 OOp 8 10i. 'l: p Cedar Key 20&745ji
These will be seem to give more than temporary < o il51L ......Atlanta.. 815p 5Oa! 12i'n1lp "...Hawtborne ..." 330a 127p
: transported by relief until tried Chamber U GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS n 100CIp 750aLv..AUanta..Ar.. .. 803p 50001 2O4a12lp: ; ...._ Clrra......... 2a 124p
we 840:1 I ..chattanooKa..L\. 3 ".. ." ..
the United States 001 lOp I000P. 2p Silver Springs.
Express Q. .. .
company .
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea (A 1301 730a ...ClucinnMI..... .Oj. i4:1Oa 2!\\a 1 41p '... .. Ocala. ... 1 MIL 11 59.e
and delivered board ASHEVILLEROCTE. -10-.1 212p "....Wildwood.... 12200 10f)1a
on 190 and 190 Duane St.; New York. p. ... ..
53-Ja 3 I; .
Lee 1015110
!>lburg. 1040p
Remedy. Since giving that remedy 0)UJ Pullm'SJ eeper betweenjscksonville. Cin- 61113 ...:::.TavlU'e .::::..
the Resolute -
in Tampa on the 'C clnuati and Cblcaa"o. p .. 93Sp. 94g1i
he has not been troubled. We UJE ...... 91a SlOp ... .Orlando..... .".. ts.5p 8 25a
n 7UUpmLv..JcksouvU1e. A 8113m ..
20th, when the liability of the Southern Fruits *&Vegetables a Specialty.We o l135amLv..... .... Savannah........Ar 51 Warn 51 f)3i a 531p 33)p St.WinterPark Catherine..." .1057a.. 10023 8
ceases.Vith want to give you this testimonial DC rn .2IamAr..Culumbla ..... Lv124.3m :r.4-Ia..35p ......Lacoochee..... 1029a i40a
express con pay We Make: a Specialty of Strawberries and Peaches 112amAr.... .. Spartanburg..Lv SUhpm 607'0. 46'4p "....Dade City...." .1001' 9:3110

the exception about $70,000in ( as an evidence of our gratitude, m Throughout the Entire Yeai.cZ .. :> c.5pmAr..Hendersonville..Lv I 4Spm Ar..........A.bv1Ue ...... .Lv 301pm 20.'Jpm 119a.830alswp 50lp. "".......P1antCUy....Tampa............s 8fiOp 130p 7 825.:1011.352pm .
that ......
need it
not you to advertise Ar..Hot Spnn"'s." Lv Ii l6am720pm
one dollar bills the entire fllFEREcE.-Irviug National Bank, New York, and Commercial 09n Ar..Knoxville..Lv 8 o.am

sum of $750,000 is in gold and your meritorious remedy.-G. M. 0: Amende. 7 45.iamAr..LexinKton..L\4Oau: Ar.........Cinciunatl.. .....Lv :8110pm. ONLY THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPER ,..

Law, Keukuk, Iowa. For sale; byJ. (0C. aoamLv..Ciucinnat .... ....A ....
and t14'pm
silver. The "W"ni't"E s't".A.uPs, ETC.:
shipment w : Fon S CJL.: : : : 545pm Ar...... .. ..Cbic.LKO..Lv 90Uam BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND
weighs 7,800 pounds.To L. Gaskins Druggist.Islands.. Big Four _
-- 8SOauLv..Cincinnati.' ... ....Ar 6prr:
paymaster General Stan- dOOpmAr .. .......Chicago....... L" 830amMonun NEW ORLEANS.

Th I.uh'one: Rute _ _ _ _ _
ton of the army, is due the M. SPABKMAN m CO.H 9OOamLv..Cincinnati...... ..Ar 600pm Nu. ;No.2 Wt.8TEnNl.lVlsro No. 1
The Ladrone Islands, which Ar..Cblcago..LvIOOOam DaUy\Dally\ ; 1SDNIIWOHLEAN8.: Daily
redit, originating a plan by I Pennsylvania. _,__ __
) L DEALERS 'IN-<- -'(** .....
wero recently taken by the ST.LOUIS.LOUISVTLLE.I JACKSOVILLK j 5'ljp' 923s Lv. JlLcksonville. Ar 65.'p.i

which American money can be United States vessels, en routeto :Ei.gh Gra: \/\/hiskies\ _0- : .-i- _ _ No-33 No-j .H)5.tp 11:3.1p: l1 100p: 2i( : Ar..LakeCity..Lv... Live H8p 181.' ............
introduced in Eastern Cuba. ;:; .. 23Op 104p ... ......
800t 1 LV..JacksoDville .A 815110 92:> :: :: p
His i is if Manila\ is a group of about to .5 gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to 2.50 gallon. 1018u 925 Ar......Eervett.. ...Lr. 530a 0 4.Sp f403 2n.\) ..... Oak..4 '. .....1
that $2 $ .
theory the men Rye Whiskey per per 4401 .. lOa. .... .....Macon...... .. -IJuOp 830a 6 lIa 3 !p ..Tall I1h : U874. \).......
iire in American twenty islands; area 41G square Rum, f2 to $2.50 per gallon. pple Brandy. 2.50 to $3 per gallon. Teach ; 115:1...... ......Atlanta........... 81p; 520p 8a .. ......
paid( money .... .... .......
415 I 001 .Chatt.anoola. 3 ::
and instructed receive miles; population about 10- Hran to .
7501 7.a".LoulvI11e. .....: l'4.0,1' 050a..."." I a..... ..
nothing but American 000. When they became the Prompt attention paid to all orders 7 12a, 0201..St LoUls.......' 752v 915311 .. I : ., ; ....... .

money in change for purchases possession of Spain, in the last JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .

) made at Santiago: and of the seventeenth century c. M. SPARKMAN & CO. Starke Ea.Gcrmniis 35 and 3rt Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Cincinnati
in that vicinity it will be in- there wero about 40,000 na Sleeper via A.shevtlle.NOM. .
37 and:38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
j-trumental; in establishing at i tives. But they are now inhabited with 8 and 13 aud 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
.. No 3t carries through Sleeper between Jacksonville; and Chattanooga.: Same retttros by
the outset a sound financialIrakis. principally by descendants Show Patriotism. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. No. 33 into Jack-souville. Sleeper between Atlanta and Cincinnati!
Olose connections at ClncinnatL St. Louis and Kansas City for all points West and South.
: Each man will be advised ] of settlers fron1'Icxico NEW YORK, July 19.-The The Best Salve in the world for No*. 1 and 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Orleans Sleeper.tDaily ? .
except Sunday. Dally except Saturday and Sunday. IThis train does not run
in buying commoditiesto and the Phillipincs. patriotic German-Americans in Cuts Brulws: Sores Ulcers Salt Monday. Sunday and Monday only. Connectlons at Tampa for St. Petersburg, Manatea
; River and Key West aud Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee', for all points on Manatee
;. accept no change exceptAmerican The islands are mountainous this city anxious to show their Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped river. AtStarkeJorL.aUros.se. At Waldo steamer for Melroe. Connects at Tallaea'<'ee
:. for Carrublte, St. Marks, and Apalachacola. Connects at River Junction for Chattuhooche
: J t and well watered, while the of their I Chilblains Corns and River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connects at Fernaudina! for Cumber
1umw'y.] is epeca1l fearlty to the land land Route Steamer to the Inlands and Brunswick, .
desired that soldiers shall climate is controled by the I Skin and All basrzage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will bUn be sold at the city tl.k.to3ice
\ admiiation ngitating amovement all Eruptions, positively .
are 212 Hogan Street as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.It.
\ 'receive of the "billutes" trade'ind The principal \V. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. E. MARSHALL
(( .:: none to the cures Piles, or no pay required. It ,
: I" productions are rice, suga. I present Ticket Agent 202 West Bay St., corner Hogan, Jacksonville:, Fla.
or paper money i issued( by the national government with a lii guaranteed: to give perfect sat WALTER G. COLEMAN, General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville.A. .

0 Cuban branch of the Spanish: corn, t bacco. and tropical :isfaction or money funded. Price O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
fruits." The islands arc of volcanic modern battleship armed and ;
:National bank and which
are 25 cent p.r boz.
worth about one-third of formation, several of the equipped. They expect to _

;-. their now face value in gold. The islands being noted for their open headquarters in this city Store.For sale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug I :1L Southern -

f soldiers will advised to insist volcanoes. They are of about within a few days and their ft"

upon American: change, and if, the same latitude and about countrymen in other cities of RAILROADS.F. () \

the tradesman: will not furnish 1,400 miles east of the Phil- the United States will be askedto r Railway;
;: J4 it to refrain from making theirpurchases lipines. They were discoveredby organize sub-committees to ,
Magellan in 1521 aud at
I:;;. until it can be co-operate with them. The NORTH EAST WEST
various times since have been
secured. proposition is indorsed by the t"'fI'1U'170B PULLMA11 DBJL-WTKO BOOM: OARS, DINING O.A '
.. .. settled by missionarias. Theyha.e DEPARTURES AND ARRIYALS OF TRAINS
,. It .i i is the intention of Pay- leading German-Americans of flO3OVQPAZ: COAOHE3 VESTIBULEO TRAINS. -'
been in
never a very i
master General Stanton to New York. Governor Mount STARKE FLA.NO.
, make the American $5 prosperous condition, owingto .
gold their of Indiana has also given his 10. dally. leaves 3:17 p. m., for all NORTH EAST AND WEST. !
piece a standard of value in management.A points North and West. connecting at Jacksonville ,
.- approval of the movement. with through sleeper for New York.
;: Eastern Cuba as the English Cincinnati and all Intermediate points.
L Narrow Escape. NO. 14. leaves 5tS a. m. daily for same TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB EAST.
pound sterling is accepted as a lIolernVnrfnre's Horrors.The points named abOve. carrying-through sleeper
Tampa and intermediate points to New York.
standard of value throghout Thankful words written by Mrs. connecting at Jacksonville with trains from Washington and Southwestern Limited, ,
commander of the iron- Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga and all points .
Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. .
: the commercial world. north and west also with trains for west And the United States Fast Mall. ',
I "\ taken with a bad cold which clad peered through the Florida. Pensacola. Mobile New Orleans Tex <
as. Mexico and California points.NO. .
c settled on my lungs; cough set in 13 leaves 11:59 m. with connectionfrom ..
the and then
I porthole at enemy C21T 21 HOU28 J10ISOHYILLE TO VASHIUGTON.05LT .
GOOD COUNTRY ROADS. and finally) terminated in Con- all points and divisions. Through sleeper
sumption. Four Doctors gave me turned to gunners. NO. 9 leaves Ir04a.m.! with through sleep

With Proper Drainage up, eaying I could live but a short "Give him grape and canis- er all connections points in the from state.all points north west and
For the best map of the state. sleeper or BeUd Y *Vml.d TralM MiapoMd of LU ImproTtd PaUmaaUs SJe-pt1i r C.. sal HoW ZXa-
Good Roads are Easily time. I gave myself up to my ter!" he shouted hoarsely, other information call on or write toD.GHEKN Cr through witb at eh&UM to WMklnftOK.Bl lm.r..
Maintained. Saviour, determined if I could not ,Agent r'klp"' *'. Nov Twk and IU awL
grinding his teeth. Starke Fla. I
stay with my friends on earth, I N, S. Pennington.T. M.
"The great: secret of success would meet my absent ones above. 'Give him grape anyhow A. O. MacDonelL G.P. A.Jacksonville... Fla. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE

0 in road-making and road. My husband was advised to get Dr. Perchance we shall lodge a TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. .z .

.. : ]keeping is to drain the roads, King's New .Discovery for Con- seed in his appendix vermi- : Tbe A. S. R. & G. R. R. -

and keep'the roads drained by sumption, Coughs and Colds. I Through Sleeping Can Dally Jacksonville to

keeping the ditches open," gave it a trial, took ia all eight formis Departure and Arrival! of TraIn Cincinnati via AshevlIIe, Through! the
Iottles. It hits cured me, and And the horrible carnage
: writes John Gilmer Sneed onHow thank God I am saved and noa York STARKE, FLORIDA. "LAND OF THE SKY."
to Have Good went on.-New MO. 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse
Country well and healthy woman. Trial Brinkley and intermediate points. This train
.I..fttIIIet bte11a.". to ..
.. M nMe. ed11J. -'Pial Mr esesyaWni. et&. au -
with 8. "IT
connects the O. &F. at Sampson
Roads in the Ladies'Borne bottles free at J. L. GaskIns' Drug apat"'"1otfll&U fla.ILVa
August Deafness Cannot be Curedby Junction for Palatka. Macon and intermediate 7 ?or I"uocn.ettoaa.
Journal.! "The old Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. point
local applications, as they can- NO- 3 Saturdays! and Sundays only. Leans L. JI.er1dA P...
method Guaranteed or price refunded. &3U p.m. for LaCrosse Orinkly and intermedIate J..IBInuJ. rt..lll We t B7 StrMt. JaokionrlU, J'1a.r.
; was to run a plow not reach the diseased portionof ,connecting at Sampson Junction M. OITLP. W. A. TURK, 8. H. HABDWIOI

.J through the side ditches and Lee for Governor of Cuba. the ear. Th'jre is only one way for NO-S.Palatka.second Macon class.and Leaven intermediate Starke points.tOO a.Ta I'ras.'W !62sr! 0. ChIn. Pus .iL. Last.0.11.Paw. Agt.
throw the disturbed soil sod for LaCrosse. Brinkley and intermediate u. WuluJaou.,D.0. &.U..iAo O..
demands and to cure deafness, and that is by points. This train is daUy except Sunday. MaT 2, I891
and all, in the middle of the The justice tit o. 2. arrives at Starke 12:10:: p. m.dally.HO ,.- ....... .
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arrive at Starke Satur.
constitutional remedies. at
.. the sentiment of the American Deafness 4. fcSOp. m.
t ; road There it would till days and Sundays only.
: stay will not be satisfied is caused by an inflamed con. liD-S. second class arrives at Starke-5.30; p.
a heavy rain to wash people m. Doily except Sunday.
with proposition\ which dition of the mucous lining of the GEO. TOMPSETT.Gen. Supt.
.. this soil back into the ditches any Starke Fla. THE POMONA ffURSERIESWttW
Eustachian Tube. When this ARTHUR MEIGS.Gen. Mr.Jacksonville. .
does not 'include the selectionof NEW .
and fill them IOQO
If Fla
up I
tf Fitzhugh Lee as tube gets inflamed you have a LOOUB FOR IO7O .

". .. there were money enough this general of Cuba. The governor Presi- rumbling sound or imperfect GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. WILL R KJEA&T TO KAIL IN OCTOlEft.OM .
kind of would be i
-j thing done TIME CARD NO.25. .
and dent will be made aware of his hearing. and when it is entirely In effect on and after Nov.?. party wtttM... u .MVm.". ml M' tmff caa.
t!; i1Jf;! over over again, as often ao.'WIn, ...... of.t' f
closed deafness the result and n1.&Wel 6'. ... .
mistake if he other is : I. hi
> proceeds No. I. NO) 3. No.2 No. 4
-4 as four times in a year. STATIONS. ... ..... 12. 1"- ... ..tlr itie g ., _
unless the inflammation be' Dally ex.Daily. Dally ex. Daily. ada J" -
\Yhero there were wet wise.-Chicago Chronicle.The can Sunday. Sunday. iv .. MtwtH. kri-.t.
spots taken out and this tube restoredto Lv. am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar.pm. 4y.I e.n; .
o. aew.. eaaa.... wtn _tttm all t*.
broken stone or gravel would its normal condition 720 300t..Oalnesyffle..1IOO 700 ,: pM......et 1M* caUt..
hearingwill ... .. ff mc hnMo mtry
Wilson Cypress Company 27 8 10 I. Mlnnie Hill. 10 M 653 ... .... ..
htty mi.trMM wtik
be placed in the road and left be forever 730 315t..Cannon'smg..l05.i 8 SO "" mmmj tvt4.gjii
i destroyed ; nine P.IorSe TSwi. w tOtr a fall 1eJp .,
will double the 735 3201. .Rocky Point..1050 645 .
for the passing wagons to wear soon cases out of ten are'caused by ca- 750 335f....Wacahoota. 1040 630 Ie Plilat, s 13 .r.Qnoa.tal, .... Tree C1s1*.4_I'rea. = ..

k t.his metal into ruts. The capacity of their saw mill at tarrh, whicn is nothing but au inflamed BOO 805! 34St..Fleweliens..1030 3501.......ClyaUS .... 1025 630 615 TOBGBIPFIKG BROS. co. Ynnwt. '
Palatka. The driving of the condition of the mucous 810 S55 .....K1rkwood..l010 I&10 ..4 M..t..m' :
spent was absolutely 815 400 t..... Elmore...... 1005 605 p.... '-I 1'h"JIOIJU iWalf f, (AIa.sai.' 7th.
: money piling has been contracted for. surfaces. 817 ..oit..Taeoma..l000: 600 ? I .. --- ._ .
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thrown 320 4 10 f. TajlOT'a 955 55582S .
_ _ away. We will give One Hundred Dol- 415t..Mlcanopy .... 950 550 '
"By the new process all the Beauty Is Blood Deep. lars for any case of Deafness 835; 425f..Tu.! a"1Ua..., 940 543 -JOB PRINTING-
.- 8 37 430t.LakeSirnonton. 9 35 6 40 WE VE NO AGENTS TJWfe "
.. road-mender needs to do is to b-jmty:Clean without blood it.means Caecarcts a clean,Candy skin.Catharti No- (caused' by catarrh) that cannot 842 847 44at..SouUk&ide US t....Hickmaa........ flW 9=5 h35 S30 J tot ahlp Inn m fkocur ".. .,

provide ditches and outlets for ; dean your blood and keep it. clean by be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.. 852 445t..Dnngarvan.: ... 930 .525 Bring it to THE AuVOCATE office ::::: :' pxeau",, 6(9( ': : ..
strring: up the lazy liver and drivingJ; {impurities Send for 9C2 SOOt......Irvine..... 910 515 ,. :
circulars, free. IIc4 1r: U IKI a
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them, and then so shape the from the body. Begin today to CHENEY Fort Drane. WE CAN DO IT.,1.\ .,
b;nish pimples, boil, blotches, blackheads F.J. & co., Toledo, O. Ar.am.Arpm. Lv.am. L.pmt.teiegraph AS YOU WANT IT- .4 '::: f
road that the,water falling in ar:d that sickly bilious complexion' by taking Sold by Druggists, 75c. t-flas,stations.stations WHEN YOU WANT I IT L =asui .
-1 rainstorm will run off at i.s.nts-bE.auty;ifor ten cents. All drnggii -, nail's:Family Pills are the best J. F. BUNCH.Gen.PlSSAgent.. ZLDI.a'-S': r" ". f.
.a .. tiSJ; satisfaction. guaranteed, lOc,25e,50c.: V.J. HERLO:G. Geo.Mao. -...TRY U I ,, ..:::: j

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r I' n I II 'PERSONAL NOTES. Visit to E. H. IHulderV DOUGLASS & McLEOD c, >i
The. season has begun.13ring .. + ,
NEWSY LOCAL GLEAH1HGS. rainy:, C' :.n Tobacco Farm.A J -, '
of- Dr. J. L. Gasbius visited Jacksonville
your job: work to most agreeable surprise I' ,
; TUt'Iitay. The: Lead.5.n.g'CLOTHING :: -" ,
fice. : We can please you. iathe awaited a number of Starke's .
NEIGH- Hicks of Hamptonvaa w
BORHOOD. The recent heavy rain shave filled city yesterday. prominent business men on AND) SHOE HOUSE. '

the crocks:! and ponds to overflow Jlaj.;:Hill, of Lawtey; was on our the 21st inst, who availed

ITEMS PERSONAL. PERTINENT &PECULIAR.Old 1 ing. t streets Monday. themselves of an invitation extended -

The sixteenth Ohio's passed Prof. and Mrs. Hercules spent by E. H. Mnlder for aday's Our Trade is increasing eveiy week.

papers for sale at this office. through_ yesterday*:: morning en Sunday in the city. outing with him at his That is encouraging, you bet!

Go to McMurry'sfor good. route to Fernandina, Mr. Chas. Hill, of Lawtey, was tobacco farm at Hainesworth

fresh groceries.Troops ." Who was the young man who in the city Saturday.Mr. on the Atlantic, Suwannee River We sell strictly for Cash and the People

John Entenza, of Waldo, was
are passing through here went:to Lawtey against his will in the city Sunday. & Gulf Railway. like it. Wo are strictly :Up-to-date, and '

regularly now at the rate of three oh the same morning that the soldiers Promptly at 7 o'clock a. m.,
Mr. A. M. Starbird, of Lake Butler,,I I
trains per.day. passed through?' was in the city Monday. Capt Anthony, the popular open up new consignments daily. .-

The Starke Drug Co. has seta Mr. J. Uglow killed a G-foot Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, of Jacksonville conductor of the A., S.R. &and G., Boys Come and see Us.GeJOEGe:1 .

cleaning the in the city Tuesdaj. gave the signal to start ,
good example by up his in North was
rattlesnake: on place ourselves wind- : t :D=:E .
yard back of their store. Starke yesterday.] The snake measured Editor New ern, of the Orange we soon

Leaf, was in the eLy Saturday ing our way among: the productive -
If you want groceries and want 11 inches around the body.Bathing -
Mrs. J. W. Morgan i is visiting her farms of South-Western
J. F. Jlc.

them cheap, call on creek has TYSON--
in Alligator WILLIAM
mother, Mrs. Brauuiug,at Waldo.Mr. Bradford.Our .
.Murry. lie can supply )'on. fad with the I
become quite a young M. Manning: of the Water Oak genial host was constantly -

Just received a new and com- ladies of this city lately. The section, was on our streets yesterday.Col. looking after the comfort and\LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES,

plete line of hats, shoes, neck wear, I creek is a splendid place in whichto Gronto and Mr. A. S. York, pleasure of his guests on our "

Call on me when wanta : bathe. Butler in the city
etc. you of Lake were
out with fine cigars al- ) -,STARKFLA..*: ((
bargain. -..... FOR: SALE.-One first class Monday.Mrs. in abundance.In .
Parnell colored boy ltolives in good working L. C. Ray left Tuesday for Callahan ways Hen to Points in the CountrySECONDHAND ...** '
Son a Electrical Telephone where she will visit relative? good season we. leachedthe -*.I! Make a Spseialty of Conveying TraYelisg;; ;
in Starke, was shot through order, which cost when new and
for a few days. beautiful home planta-
the right lung by Ike Simmons last 35.00. Has not been used oversix BUGGIES FOR SALE.
.... Mr.\ E. M. Thomas left today forWard tion of Mr. J. E. Hainesworthat HARNESS AND -
Monday at Cummer's log camps.: month-s. Apply at this office: -t
City where he uill visit which place is located the

Mr. N. B. Hull received a fine \ Jack Hale, (colored,) was arrest a few days. tobacco farm of Mr. Mulder JfOKEBSTGLASS

Crescent bicycle Thursday for Master ed'iucstlaynii9ght by night marshal Mr. C. B, Oat returned Monday consisting of fifteen acres.
.. \ night from sin extended trip tlirougl+ JOB PRINTING
DeWitt Jones, consequently Jones,on a charge of stealing a South Florida.Mr. Here we met our happy sur-

DeWittis the happiest boy in town. grip belonging to P. D. niche, an prise fully demonstrating that BRING YOUK WOKK TO THE rFFICE OF THE
and Mrs. E. H. Mulder' re- '
Mr. J. F. P.. McMurry, our operator on the F. C. & P. Ry. turned Saturday from a pleasant. with push and such scientific

popular groverJ-maim, has donated Rich was asleep on the train at the I visit to Tampa. knowledge of the culture of FLORIDA |i WEEKLY!f ADVOCATE. ;

more watermelons to Uncle Sam's I time he was relieved of the grip. --.'. Geo. Cook- one of Hampton'- : tobacco as Mr. Mulder possesses -

boys this year than any man in the Hale was placed in the county jail progressive young men, was in, the I fine crops are possible

South, and will be tried to-day. city yesterday.Col. under the most adverse circum- '- L WE PRINT

There will be a meeting of the In Justice Gardner's Court today V. J. Shipman one of Law- stances. US,

Fruit Growers at the Association !I II. J. Jackcs, charged with tey's streets prominent Saturday.Bexr. citizens, was on our Our party was conducted to CARDS CHECKS, i L.VJ.CIRCULARS: f r,

building Saturday evening. All threatening personal: violence G. T. Leitner preached an interesting -. the tobacco fields where we saw TICKETS, 'I i .t1 ;J\l\1S,
members requested to be against one, Lula Jac1 cs. The fine .. ,
are sermon at the Baptist about fifteen acres of very ENVELOPES, I
testimony showed that Lola Jackes \ STATEMENTS: ,
present. Church Sunday. Sumatra tobacco in all stagesof BILL HEADS

advertisement had been sliot' at twice and beaten F. II. Elmore, Auditor for the seed bed to that HEADS \ LETTER HEAD. ,
"*' !Notice J. "W. Ilo-Jgcs large 11. growth from NOTE ..
several times by her husband A., S. B. & G. H'was' in town ou .
on the lira>a.Q-e. Mr. w' ready to harvest and indeedabout ETC., ETC.,
A. J. Jackes. The judgment of the business Monday.
does extensive wholesale had been primedoff
Hodges one acre
court was that II. J. Jackcs find Mr. J. W. Morgan has returned r
and retail business. He sells and is being pole cured. THE IMPORTANT .
security in a good and sufficient from Tampa, where he has been for <,
good goods for cash A trial will the few weel s. About three acres more are
bond for the stun of one hundred past //Skilled Printers.

convince you of the fact. dollars, and in i default of said bond Capt. C. Brinkley Manager of the now ready for harvesting.Mr. .

Special attention is called to the and security ttaud committed: to Atlautic Lumber Company at WardCity Mulder is a gentleman RE1JISITES--- .JI/ Paper, .
was in town Monday.
advertisement of the Starke DrugCo. County Jail for a term oil. foitv thoroughly. familiar with the -TO-- Presses,

on the first page of this issue live ..days.Rev. Mr. J. H. Davis, our hustling in- culture of Sumatra tobacco, 1H. :
burauct* mauwa& taking in the sightsof WORK U 1 e
i -....*GOOD : l
They handle only fresh aud pure J. A. 'Iluirlics has] been Florida's Metropolis! Tuesday.Mr. having been extensively engaged 1

drugs;; which are compounded night negotiating; with Uie" officials of Wo+. Agiu, who works at in that business for several A n d

and day< by skilled physicians."With + the F.
this week's issue we carryan running excursion v to FernanUina I in the city Saturday and Sunday. year ago he located here, and

he bliss Mary Hall left Tuesday for that Sumatra tobacco THESE. 66
advertisement announcing a next week. Mr. Hughes gays believing WE HAVE ALL
will visit relatives -
clearing sale at J. G. Ahar: z' has applied for a, fifty cent rate \V51liftou aid friends where she for several weeks. ,I could be successfully grown Guaranteed. .' ; a

mammoth goods house Mr. for the round trip and he thinksit here, he induced a large num- We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction
dry I. ,Yo and D. W. Pinholster, Can and Sas Us
dollar!! at the to experiment Office in PostcSca Building
Alvarez will sell goods at rock;:: bot- will not be over a two profciierourf farmers from Wept ber of farmers- I .

tom prices for the next thirty days.l< most The excursion will be run Bradford. : were in the city Tuesday.. .. with an acre or two a piece and jui
that the.F. C. &t P. can fifteen acres of line
and MeLeod Starke's providing Mr. F. R. Morgan has gone to he leased L. C. Hull, W. E. Davis, H. j COUNTY HAPPENINGS
Douglass furnish the train. The read has Feruaudiua whero he will embark in high hammock of Mr. Haines- Jno. |

popular young merchant, carry all been using mjtt:: of their ryllillg. the datiouery business!:! at that place. worth and determined to test Jarrett, Dr. A. L. Scott, --
advertisement on this tf '1'. A Knight, Geo. E.
attractive stock this weak moving thp troops Rev. F. R. Holeman preached an the adaptability of our soil to Peek, 1I\ lprO"i. iE

page. They also caYry a new and( from Tampa: to Fernandina, but intoieting sermon at ,the"Episcopal the culture of tine wrapper to- Pace, B. J. Farmer, D. P. Rivers Hark Listen to the wedding- $

complete line of gents' furnish- think they canfurnish,), a train not church in this City Sunday after- S. Sternburg, J. C. Richard bells. '
ings. Call on'them for prices way later than the end of next we k. noun. J. E. Futch and A. L. 9
season has been very unfavorable The residence W. G. Sealesis
down. Mr. B. K. Ay cock, one of Mehose'spopular VonKirn.Mr. y

.Africa.5ncicllt' ; Sea. young men, was visiting in it having been so Mulder: who is concededto 1 I nearing completion.
Cast your eyes on the large advertisement the city with Mr. 0, C. Husband Sat- that for weeks it was im- "
of the B. llayncs Recent studies of the animal urday.M dry to live. be very conservative in his t, R. M. Cason, of Zif, was the-,.' L

will life of Lake/ Tanganyika! : have possiable to get plants stated to members guest of relatives here Sunday.
You ,. estimates
merchant ,
Co. on our first:: page.: -----0.--- ; -. J. W. Hodges,our popular Notwithstanding all these
,. find in their large stoic goods of I shown, that that t i lake differs who has been sick with fever* : :Mr. Mulder has of our party than the yelld! of! Mrs. K. L. Adams, of Starke, J

every description which will be from all the other African lakes; for the past few days, i is able to be at drawbacks demonstrated to the tobacco from the fifteen: acres visited her son, Mr. Davis, Friday t

sold to yon cheap. To price them in possessing 1) inhabitants:: thatbdong his tore again. !I clearly section that he planted by him would bt at- -. .

is to purchase.A to oceanic species. lug Maj.the E., Times-Union W. Peabody, and represent-Citizen, people thoroughly of this understands howto least 10,000 pounds, which ,:I Mrs. Bessie Knight and

fanner's horse became iriglitened : Siill), these singular denizensof : was talking in the interest of his paper Sumatra tobacco in'' would bring an average price brother attended Hope church

Like Tanganyika are not.ex here Tuesday. grow of from 60 to 75 cts. per pnmd -
last Sunday.Mrs.
at the train near the depot i X Florida and moreover that it
and would have: scaly: }: ,like the marine organisms;: Mrs. S. F. Hanford, who has been after it was cured, and which of Starke
here.A ,
Thursday evening, B. Haynes,
be profitably grown "
the )tina her relatives in the,city for can of at least
been forEe"cral of the present day: vis : : would give a profit .
had it not Miv O.llayncs .
run away I time past few days left, Monday for member of our partyplucked in : is visiting her son,
: who near conclusion is drawn that a sea, 100 per cent. on the capital this
citizen were her home in Green Cove Springs.Mr. a sample leaf that i of city.
broke the shafts connected with the ocean, vested.
horse .
by. The J. WHicks has gone! to Fer- measured -twenty-one inchesin I7ev. Mickler filled his regular -

of the buggy, however.Mr. I once occupied the part of Africa nuudiua, where he will open up acduring length by twelve inches in ,At 12.30 p. m., our party appointment at the Methodist .
where Tanganyika. :>> now lies, and barber shop to be con-- started on their ivturn trip,
E. \Yo Driggers; the hustlingcontractor that lale is the last: remnant' of the time the soldiers are encamped; : width the texture of which was all being delighted with thei 1 church Sunday.

has just completed ,a. there. fine as silk. A very high percent
as is
home< Christain Endeavor
the ancient sea.-Youths Com. outing, and on their way The
splendid bridge'three and one half I i Mrs. Arthur Darby and MM. Lillian of this crop of tobacco' ; t'
thanklo nicely. Everyone
resolutions ; .getting along
panion.: : passed
miles north of Starko on the Wi;ltewho have been spending a few first class that is over sixteen i
interesting : come and take
Starke and Lawtey IOM.'. Mr. : LUST '.' days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Gas- in lenth. Mr Minder for the ,. should<
kin, left yesterday for their home .in inches and valuable information given a: part. _
Driggcrs is making quite: repntation Monday aft rnoon, in Star e Mr. Mulder has erected adrying
Callahau. of Sumatra -
as a first tIllS bridge: builder. ladies 1 ; .. black ilk! parasol: with barn twenty-eight feel them on the Miss Eloise Rawlins returnedto "

handle. Suitable reward: if Mr. Geo. Kosel, who has been in tobaccoand forhis courtesy her home in Memphis, Tenn.,
i feet
repuLtionam ivory and twenty r
Starke;; has a splendid l business at Tain pi for the past few by six feet' in extending r
v/J Ib.p' the soldiers camped at Fcr-t returned to Mrs E. II. Mulder, weeks,has resumed: Starke.: George high, and will in a very few and hospitality carrying Saturday evening. She. will !
and completely missed.
namliua. )[r. Hnglies Fays: that: I reports everything lively iu the erect two more just like so be greatly s
: "I .have, us ti d CHr.mbtirlaiu'sCough Gulf! city. days out, in all its details, the trip .
they all know when any one corn 3s' ,Remedy hi my a family for it. tobacco farm. A little son was born to. ). ,
Stark and give Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones! receiveda had been to his P. Wynn '4
to camp' from they years and nhvays with good re- After the party C0M'IIITTEE.PROFESSIONAL :Mr. and Mrs. P. .
three chvcr*. lie says that '' letter last week from,their son, fields and Both mother
of tobacco evening.
\V.-B. the Saturday
.. cults/"savs-Mr. Cooper i is at Santiago.. He writes them that shown
all of the boys on the train the; El Ri'o' Oal. ""For tumll children he is well and that there is not much barn, they returned to the ( and child are doing well. a

/ iiight it 'pished' thr-'iigh Starke ;ati find! it especially hfiVctive. :icluea$ where he i#. home of J. E. Hainesworth DIHECTORY.A.I. Williams and Miss
}f J. R. F .
Fur sale by J.L. Gaskins Druggist.:;; rs., -
were as disappointed::: as our boys, t ; Mulder had prepared -
j Miss Nettie Roux, who has been where Mr. Dora Martin returned to their

because. .it did not stop. i i: '''.O". ,"& .......'.'.''.'. ,".A. "i&T r"-I'. &....,..G1I"s. spending, a few weeks visiting Mr for his guests a delightful iI I i SCOTT. H. D.. ..... home at New Berry Saturday of'
and Mrs. Philips in this city, left have' 4.PHYSICIAS AHD SDRGEOK '
Mr. Geo. Hurnslry.-one; of) ell j, _-A fight a 'yea; ago quits a num- Saturday for Callahan where eh( dinner, one that would I uccompanied by their frymdMbs 1-< ;

.CountyV mo t pnwpiT'tu: fminersinesented'the :I bar of the tats papers carried a I will visit for a few weeks before returning done credit to the famous Ponce STAKKK, FLA.G3.ce : Minnie Wynn. r. .......

ADVOCATE ofiica with!' :I Col-le home. de Leon, and where every cour-I al CsuldaV, Dn;Storr.Trios. "
Editor of the Hampton
,-j' a largo*v b'uuch of pears Saturday. : taking in: retura a scl1 lar- tesy was shown to the whole _' The mistaken ,>

O.A.STOn.XA. Leaf is badly
Thebunch was at Kat three fcpi ; saip[ I will giva any ri3wspapor; 1y8 K'ffid Yaa Hats Alms Baggjro party by Mr. Hainesworth and .E.EUGG. Orange
e&rie the whole Hampton 1
thinks .
held CO( de'"cous';: : ; ;',510; in casi for sucli: scholarshipif if be .
Ions and ,. : pears Siputaraj #- -1fI.. his family. I Counsellor at,Law "
Mr.: Hornsby >says:he 1 lots'YaIZ".' e thay- ttill"rsiiain; 'it. F 3 po iy at I t # -. The following. business men Attorney .., : : is for the Court House at .J.. ---'
>if '
'I FLA.O hurrah for
ernphisyear'which: he has lei: ca tb.: j j i I II j jj composed the party.E. t STARKC::, I Lake Butler. I say '
--.l.- I of S \rke r t .
: win
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shippingviih 1 Mr. 'T.'. !,... ILilI 1 oj' .,j\ .: i'I T. It. HOBOES R&a-' : 1 t.J f !j To CJ.:cure K rets Constipation CtaIIilTL'aU' rtic.Forarcr.TaVc !joe orSe. : H. Mulder, N. J. Jones J ::_tt.at Residence ou deriy- -,.,,-Lreet. Starke._ for- it is bound to, z;-- >;t.:: .. 1
1", Cetr: Key, It a C.C Tall to cure dr=eiis:'s r&Icad isoaejA
this city. .' .,
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