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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME IV. STARKE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER: 1, 1898. KUl\lBER... .

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'<::::: 't T, M.tc The Election is Ovei'- and Starke. w'I't! me. of f AM f Wright' j

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i a Majority 241 Votes. Choice
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Bee. The, Election Wlas a Quiet One All U/ .. .f.'
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l 9 ,I just.. rut I.I i Over"the County. Returns all In. 'i OUR DRUGS I ARE BOUGHT: m*

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-- .:,;I j The, election is a thing of the past, and everybody. all -' ESPECIALLY TO FILL |R.
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over, county relieved..:. .

.: H ere's leiY d' a. large stock :,, ,Tuesday- .. was 'a 'beautiful(' -",. l day. and"- all. of the Precincts. t 1 PHYSICIANS; '>3vS !JCMPTIflWg.1 r r

t,t'' -.:::- '' polled, a remarkably. large vote. .'The polls were opened in \\ 1 .

: C',, Where We 4 Starke at G o'clock in the vacant -
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:: : 0: .Get Togetner.of' by the Hackett-Dry Goods Company, and before many hours, E! OUR DRUGS ARE CLEAN fu

:.. I and Gents' people I 'were coming into tow'n from all directions. The voting \'! AND FRESH. WE HAVE m
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.. YOU WANT SHOES. "'t, ,i' i continued brisk until four .or five o'clock. ill m.
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LATEST STYLES I[ I' one was seen on the' streets intoxicated and everybody seemed \6i. KINDS OF !t
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BEST
1 -' VALUES. FINE :' SHOES made I \/ .
*: to be in :a good humor. The,.polls closed here at 6 o'clock r\

m2 Buys the Shoe .. :und the work of counting the votes was'commenced and f I4 PROFESSIONAL WORK
p V V shown above,the )! m

;c -- Best for the lasted, ,until 9:30: o'clock., Starke's vote was 704- .1 for i. ,. ,_". CG r- -*-
money in town. Made by The Z&VfS nt
Starke and 31 for Lake Butler. \.1. t '
Brown Shoe Co., the best .. |W : \.J .. .t t
EhobuUckrs.. U : The day passed off quiet at Lake Butler and a large 'PRICES
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vote was polled which gave Lake Butler 500 and Starke 34. .
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-. ..HE BBOW.N SHOE COMPANY Lawtey also polled a remarkably. large vote which was 218 '. i AS OUR ryz

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for Starke and 22 for Lake Butler.

,,. A Trial will convince, the wearer Hampton came next and the vote at that. place was the ai i HIGH CLASS SEBVICE m'

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largest in years. Starke received 163 and Lake 4 a t
Butler 45.
: /that these shoes the most
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; vJ." I Providence. was, heard from yesterday morning and the y/ m

: ->dlli able", of any on the market. vote, cast there'was very large.- It gave Lake Butler 204 and |is::1:. Bring, Your Prescriptions to Us.STARKE ,- m"L

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/ R 4b.&JfA'\A! CO news. Pine' IIill also came.in. yesterday.. morning ..lJ? 4 1.\,t.J .

+ t L! t .2..! ] and. the votes were nearly' even. Starke had 114 and ....... .ptI'jf'J":' :':'.....,. ':.,.;'pol'p',1':';; P'R:" #oiiil. :'" .p.ttP.o,..,L;:.' '

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tiI\ iiTTfi.: 1.f\lY\7\ Y J Y Y1 Palistine'H-vote. : was-"large,. 'and. ;! gave' J/ike:i Butler .96 and' t/ f' : I "j M S fi i a, i1V .

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_':. : : uAc.ItAil1l \ [ The returns from Pine Grove' came r: in. yesterday morning tSfeSl; : &U1J' S.
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: of 241 votes. :- '' i V .d1R ...t;",. .. .

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I, I I There was a delightful dance t/ J ... .

-c: :m i,"till' 1 in tlxeor : l.n.g- ...:, One source of special gratification : -!given at the Armory Monday eve'nimr .
: Goo
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i in the result of the ',! :o in honor of Miss :MvrtleCalJahan ..
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-' ,,. i i i't Court; House election is the 1 of Montgomery( who has "
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.'"; ,. '[ !:-stinging reproof the people !! been visiting Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Prices to suit the People. ',.... 1'>'' ,*"' ....,.... ,I. ,
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; :,'i; 'with. ::r O\tv' :I, :!?i :tOES, fo:;: have license given of the to press the ultra exhibited dirty I\(*j I Quite a city number for the of past Starke's'few weeks.fair -y'S; ood.-' ..iI:1::: :. : :2 <,

"? ., I ( daughters and handsome ", .r. "':,-\ ;,:<.{t.;,: ..
j>' n 'r'' ; by the Lake Butler Bulletin j young I : t- -fcf '
f ,,.;,:. !' : from. start to finish in the cami | men were in attendance and: succeeded Our Line f>i Dress Goods"is. ;complete J :in/_ <. ::
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I. ... in passing the detau. .* t' f. '
... I paigh. I' away early every ':*< .: '- _- ./
\ c s:! :c; :; 3Proci-u.ee aiio9e When two men or hour3 of the evening pleasantly .. rile .,,' ..,*' "
1 1I any any :" ..
I tripping the \ :Ea""Vs :
light fantastic
\ I set of men, think that the in- to the .

.. ,,, telligent people of Bradford tune The of dancers a good orchestra.deuarted. at eleven On : hand: a new and complete- JJine\of, .,,

i. : county can be influenced by o'clock" and they# reported the affair ,Ladl'es' and Gents' Summer 'Hats, /" : .
: : t ti g the mud slinging and slanderousvillin'catious I r* '*
as being the social <
success of the .
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,"' of good and reputable season. /./.. .

I citizens, they only expose Shirt Waists, Ladies' Wrappers and 'Dress. ,"| ;
to public gaze their own i individual WARNING! : ;, c .. ..
Skirts ," .
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:rea t s .ipe: i:ori: ty of the meanness, and do the Some person or persons are- in ,/ : '. :;:t.

.:, cause they advocate harm instead the habit of going to the park and V7'e :Ea-v''s. ... .' :," :.:
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I of good. cutting the i ; -'
e / up benches, tearing i r :
The rebuke was deserved and i the plants and undoing the work up a doubt .the neatest line of SuraX.:.: ;

>'.a :'orces': ; e: .'.awl:d. agait:1..st: they got it. that the ladies of the city have strived '1.- mer! ,Goods. over brought "to.'. Bradford ?'v /:, :,
The of Bradfofd so hard to County, t '
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.,. the Ola"'rrixb.e> ::1- : ; : OeEDJ'J:' :' are stronger than low and persons arc brought up before w e Motto' is "Good Goods f' at 'Low }

:'."' '' ;<' yi.; .,.. ", ", 1' .. .".!>tj .:.r-. ,'). cunningly devised._ appeals t o t.on, the above charges they will be Prices." .5*-; ?
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d1. y.e1e a" ,a.t iL ;: :., : .. We 'hope the Bulletin' will 1 f|August 10, '98. Mayor.. TO SEE IS TO PURCHASE i'i iI i

.'I'' reform, and try in the future ,
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'" !,;' \'Ii"I: .,-;>.;.'ii,< ,/ to i, be at least decent, if never" Clean Bennty blood news Ia Blood a clean Deep.ekin. No "'j' ,, I.

; .. 1.." -., .. wise. beauty without it. CaecaretsCandy Cathartis ;
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your and keep it clean by G. ALVK--REZ':
Et rrix g up the lazy liver aad driving all im
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t f T beCccarets Candy Catbartic. atd that sickly bilious complexion by taking ,
e t XI C. C.C.fall to ewe draffjlats refund l. ,orSSc.$&ey c.xart.ta.-beaut for ten cents.., All druggi I. STARTS : F1 '
!'a; ,eatisfaction"guuanteed.l ,25c,5Cc. I : : "c :

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X,'';'' PUBLISHED EVEBY. THURSDAY President31cK.inley _.cannot r .. : Poiut l last. Tuesday.the .. _. r .
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-ATSTARKE .deny that the, President ; Wed-;;
Savanah News of
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the .of Hhe le of lliand"'or During\ the Battle of ; CASTOBIA i:
FLORIDA. eyes p eo ) ;! ;ensday contains the following .. -

;.: .countrv: the world1: a .account of the moving of the: Santiago.. ". r'
>.a.POWELL. F. b#.PREWITT. than: _0' and Children. ,
much, bigger; .. man. now i First Florida Regiment from' I -.r For Infants -1z "
t POWELL & PBE.WITT, '
he \Vs'six months ago. The Fernandina to Huntsville, .Alabama -I -= =_ --

"., EDITORS cf PUBLISHERS.. I I .manner in which the' conducted '; SICK OR WELL, A BUSH : The Kind You HaveAlways

e'. ,; himself during their'ing' p.' ?. "* )'FR t Aug. 23., .NIGHt' ANi DAI.The ; 17'
/ Entered: at the postoOce at Starke; Florida,: .... :\ANDlx Fla., "
L .*k bCcoud-eU&i mal.Umatter. I od just proceeding ,th* war and -The First Florida Regiment' .IrTTWetabePreparahenforAS, ..'.. .. Bought

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!r his course during the ,war has -
cONE left here today.The equip- AY !
DOLLAR A YEAR. Packers at the Battle of Santiago de bsTocdandRcdulafoS -
been highly admirable l hei'et. o'clock 1 J slnttlaUn !
train left 1
r page ibi were all Hews 'rneir Heroic Worts the Staaucfcs acdBoweb of B ears theSignature

.f"t Advertising: hates.a He resisted the powerful tins moruiug) and the tirbt/ Slc-.1. Cn GcttL g AirnmUU and Rations to tie t' Q ; .'
influences which :did their best i.1.. '
dUll of the team bearing the' iFrcnt SuYid; tte.dty.: g "
Our advertising rates will to* as reasonable< -
..' t ,conetsteat'WlLh- keeping up a good ngwsr to i influence, him to recognize a I I I II I N 3 ? r
Jioops: left at. 11 o'clock to-day, I. P. E. ButUr, of pack-train ; .
a *rer. Ills the purpose ol tile publisher tg Promots Westion.Creerrutl'.c5sandRest.COntaInsnetttaa-
lame a clean attractive newspaper With only' non-existing Cuban\ republic, follow( ud by the steatite. at iJp.in I I writing from :tiantiigo:) : Do Cuba, of 4!
such a proportion of advertisement u* will; and of those who were I ....' all had raLOTIdAItCOTICe '
; inmre that oil will be been uud read; and none many this at lei noon. on July 23J, says : .\Yu OprumMorpbin itorNli:

i buried behind a mass of others. Kate will most uigent for their policynowconfess Each company had plenty of durrheoa m Inure or lees violent 4e6 .

cation.be uniform and will Ins made known on appli:. that he was right.He :room in the cmsuli', threecars form, and when v\e landed I I we had u- ;;

be bulldozed f tim6"tc doctor, fur it was d7lrSZ : -
refused to- > : lotui of no see a .
: to the company, a
The death of Dr. J'',' L. Gas-,. into a war until he. had. exhausted ; 'jinny-bix cars, with PuUiuau "u case of rush and rush day and I.}"p'iar Sal'.Lxrlrzxt i ,

"' at.' I every honorable means to I sick who ,night: to keip the tll\UPS suppliedwith .R.a.rttr.4thJ &.,- Q
kiDs by drowning Stork Gars fur officers anti but } Th ef
ammatiui and ratiuns, ftmtrnsat -
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avoid and .at the same
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a oon pic- the
R on Thursday removes were ail UUieiiMlti l'etl-: .
thanks Ch uubNrlatu's Jolty
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'> ious figure from Florida, time to.1J1'e8efthe Honor and :meut '1. i7cra':
::.... 'and dianhoeu H'lllcdVa were K1 d
of the Government.He In.tion.
dignity ,
Tampa? Times -The regiment was to have I'able to keep at. work und keep our ApcrfcctfemcdyforCarstiPa- r
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affairs as
> t>o managed away lust. uiylii, anti I believe Sour Stoinach.Diarrhoea.
I ; goiteu health ; m tact cene rely

,: 1 Now that the election is place) out country in the.most flee iroox-s; movea dun u 10 tile 'neat afoue critical time this medjeiiie 'Vorms.Com-utsions.fe\-crish-. Yo II JJ 9SU.!11 J s CncsslIDdLosSOFSr'E
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when!
over the fainters of Old Brad ravor able; light po&sible j laU. near llie iaiiiouu ti'itCivvliere was the) iudiroct saver >tour '" $

lord should direct their attention the war had to come. His I, iliey \\eie to load, uuuttieie I army, for if the packers had FacSira.e! ', 'fixture or- ; f t
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tobacco' official: conduct since the,\\ar Le.1 I work there would 2 :ctk- J US DOlgh '
their ) beet unable lo
: to crop. uuaited tHe uinvui .01Uie Yom!_ riB i il

( Put that in your pipe, ) and. gan_ has been firm, vigorous} .carp, wtH ;J1ULI.. hut tuiu huve beset no 'way of gutting : uu- '> .NE'V'.. ... .. ,-.t\-.w1*-' ''' It:H' b11 -- .'
und wellju 1 gt'd. lie hah met the the front. Thereer i iiu '
smoke it. up, .however uutu tuia !1U1'UIlug plies te : &&i I
great responsibilities: : that came about b o'ciock. roads that u wlgou; train coulu p fq

Judging from what we can upon him in a manner that ; \Y11CII mouiiiig uuwued the I Use. ily coinraUe and,myself hau pt Uf11 1 R.
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,.' hear the First Florida will not i 'iuis won the gratitude and I regiuieut lliUllUWll. luLu I. the good turtune-to lay ini' sup- .. ZXACT COPY\4TSAPPEQ. ww u r: ter g I Ikt ;t tTNC

r be sorry then they are ,mustered praise of the whole country. I the I auiiUy:: biieeia oi lire-- City ply of this medicine fur our pack-: 1 I :::'i": '!,,,;v C.'AU".COMPANY. "C'lI'10"$"CfY- and
train before l we lei t'Tampa,
: out, and we don't blame: Oue of the most commendable ..iH'Utl'e levied uuiil tut-y -

;, them.' The boys inli ted to lines: ot !his policy has been \veleoiueiea. ou cuia.' saved know in life.four cases it absolute -. -:- ........"'.

fight and not to farm. his ignoring of_ stcuoiml: : and .. ,,
j. ,, 11lCllUl'LJ'btCuuu.;; \1icl1igan, The above lette. wag: written to (:1 L). tscars7ssv T.1 d OO-7
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: hues. Some of his \ d.a t
paitisau :
iiouat tUell'itUd' flies !
medicine
who me lor : the manufacturers of
The next census of the United .most trusted: counsellors:! have 1
oaity: and who the i1'nst Florida the Chamberlain Medicine

States will undoubtedly exceed b ell Southern men aud .Demo- : \vaime&t Des Moins Iowa. Fur sale ,W f;! W# iJ' C E:v
leeliug ,
1 nave the :: CX, I '" '
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.) all of its predecessors: in interest crats. He appointed thiee 1 1I I wet bent over luige pots 01coireo by J. L. Gaskins. J w fI} f! e>

r and variety, especially, if it 1.1ml1. major generate Jtrom the South, !I and gave the, r'irot: .. Florida i' '

include u census! of tlie picture every one of theli'' au exCoiiiederate i a cup each, viuchvat> O-flL& T O : .I-s. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT.Bank .
11e Kind Yu Mom Ala'avs Ecug1 t
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eque and diversitiediuliabitautcjot : soldier. j Bears the .

the Philippine Islands President has done muchto very l'dl'e.illlllgfter:: sleeping Bignaturo' 4.,4-# Stark Fhu
Tile :: ?
Building \
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,, ou the_ ground all night expcet4 Of ,
: weld all sections the country *w
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He has noted with pride and than ; "'V
< closer together: they .:'
The wait lortransportation 1.3 t..7 1, ,
to move. t"'O' "_'.. J..
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"ri'''' <>I'duly exhaulted in the glorious had been for generations. lie i I. PROFESSIONAL, DIRECTORY. u t 1 .til a ".
:: was:: a long one
j f. deeds of American! .arms, for had to appoint? three militarycommifcsiouers BAKERY.
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L I and a lew telegrams passed: NATIONAL Jf 7-
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these several weeks, and;: your: for Cuba ana SCOTT. 1>, ,
', it. I rough Gen. Ca rjetltel'siandbfrOul :: A.L. I
Florida cracker now humbly l three for Porto Klco. He gave 4OTSICIA3 AND! SURGEQ3STARKE. : ,-*. PEALEU IX.pI1 -
the
Washing, tun to nanspoitatiou :
begs to be excused: till he_ l1arI' each of tHese .
one place on : FLA, / \
The timei .EIJf
AND CQ.dxEIONER.. :
company. S CVKES
tobacco and elects:! his .
restsItt's! commissioners to the South:; : .
;: ;hits passed: pleasantly: by the Ode:.e: at Qa..1rJa's; J'u;: Store. __ '& h""C _. ............-._,, -- -=- .
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favorite candidate.-Colurubia\, choosing General! .L C._ Butler men loriteiiug around in the .,... ._-. n ,. ..::: '' -. e."" .+#.,." ...r,'... .r.--"'!>>. .,........_-........"" .......""""'..,...... !
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county citizen. for the oue.and General,. \V." "rno8. n urea, .I ?, 'I..ao.-___ ..' ';p,''''''''"'--;"'"":-"; "-Jtc--'''-v.'t-.L'' .t.;.......,.;:.. .v."""-"''''''.-t'j'4--'IIrJ1o">J ..!",...,y' "-"' ;.\ ''

Gordon of for the shade, and thin First Florida: ail CQ .L4f'I sit I 71' "o, I
JOt Georgia r Attornoj : {t\ r COU
which far the best LlW'I'I THE B. ROGERS
band! is by '
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The Florida regiment, has other. .y STAHXE: FLA.OS1 ; \. : I
on'; the ground; rendered manypretty ".,' ,.._.-.r-.. .. wM ,
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rnr..n.
: band that there is no flies It has been fortunate for ;J IPORT..t.:'>> ",.u V.'HCLCaR t.C' ""' :.i.i ? ;r.' .
a selections to the gather-: oat R hWencp-'-tm. CbPTj Street.T ; ,k '.1'.r J '-" .-...--...,..-...:-...-...'-< ....-........---.. -.-.. -':- I".'?.... '
on. The regiment stoppedover the country that we have had _
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an hour in Chattanooga in this eventful' year as President *ins. crowd, who came, to seethe l, L.: ST1 y i ART. :.1:,p..' .:j. Provisions' Grain, Hay, Flour, Gnts" Meal Etc. M
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:. und while there the band a broad-minded, deliberate soldiers off. They went 'biri!, EAR/' TCT11 1tUJu u1U i { 'LlhuAi.! 'tj S"I.GEiTS.: roB, i tOur t business) conduct! t., the :tt.t. *i
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rendered a delightful concert 1 and clear-headed man. by1,' the Florida Central and < .biAl.lv: ,, r V J.. V.Odce i. <.> :.> ralluaUa.; !p.", Latilillisij' '-'* ( t- Hm!: l P"1&t.l."::"? I trad- only.- Orders from c-,n- ='J'-ui
Callahan and neithw solhatelluor deCanned '
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Peninsular to i-uniers
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for he Chattanoogaites. They_ No one can estimate the harm !: ,! 1-1 :
I at Starke Drug Co. Zats. .-iretr. ill:
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: Huntsville
from there to over q .
;'- expressed them-selve as highly that might have como to the ,
the; Plant system and Louisville | (Quotations lade Promptly On Application f
pleased with the First Florida country if' the executive ollice) I and Nashville. i I THEITEWR ; a i

band. had been occupied by a rash: ---- .;-'P.iitJ'p' ."." .ptI"iiiI""' ++'_+.+"-'a.. '.'';;;'vW.r'.....,.....9...frYav4a.... "-"Nr---'+-brileVs'''''.-

or a week-kneed man, by a WORLD '''''''
Grave
Robbed the .. ;F '.Go nb -.r" "'''' '
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The fitness of the Spanish to sectionalism. ----- -- .
narrow parisan or a incident of which I WRITE 1
.startling DO YOU ,
under cir'urastancesis
govern anybody any \\ honor President) McKiuley -
", e THBIOE-A-WS2K; EDITION.
'. )Ir. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, : IF SO WRITE RIGllr.I':1 ..
<: sufficentljT antes; for his calm prudent, yet ,
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was1: the subject, is narrated by \ .
led by reasons given by Gen. positive course and for nib ; '" ;,. L .
him follows : 1 was in a must .
Blanco for refusing to premit as -18 PagP,9 n Week : .. ... .=,'. '_. '"." ..', ;." ". -:1\: ,.r-:: :' ".
and "
bioad liberal comprehension \ "
skin '
condition. was .
dreadful My ', ". ':',-' \ ": \.",,V"i. -__L' ...1''t't'J -
American newspaper correspondents of the truth that where I' almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue ,, 133 Papers a Year- _" ,..,,,',"':'';,,. -' : ,U'.s' !. : ;;;\S; .

}. to land in Havana. He the republic is involved there c att'dJ: pain continually in back ,r ',..;,A.. tJr

... basfromsixt'ytoeightythousandtroops should be no North, no. South, and sides, no appetite. -gradually\ FORONEDOLLAE.Pullislicd 'ftC

under his military. command weaker Three \ -
no East, and no est.-Atluu-: growing day by day. q0iiii; .

: and yet he is unable to, ta r Jounril. physicians had given me up. every Alteraats Day except Sunday. !I I ; ?

: answer for the safety of a few Fortunat jy, a friend advised: trying .,. .. -I"i". 3flli :'. .4 .
The Tlujce-3-\Vepk Editionof i r. -.....
-harmless correspondents.By t. 'Electric! Bitters; and to my i '-t( .
There are, nowthirtythreeyears THE Nr:\v YOHK WOULD i b ,
great joy and surprise!; thA first first all ''weekly" ) r- .... ; ., ,
after the close of the civil iiniong I1)ers V2't: .- .. .
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bottle made decided; '"* ; .
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improve
a in :size, frequency of publication ; (,' ,. -" "
far the most pleasing and war-more than one: million .._ r"' = '
ment.! I continued their u.Q for : and the. freshness: ,
important feature of the bids civil-war\ pensions on the rolls. three weeks, and am now n well accuracy, and variety of its I am SulA8cnt, for Bradford. andS ...ii'0nhiding :?

submitted in Washington on and, last' .year saw more. new man I kno\ ,they saved my life, contents. It has all the merits )
Count i for this Cclebratccl ,
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Tuesday for building the new names added than any one of I and robbed." No the oue grave should of tluotberYietinf. fail to of greut .5fi daily at't the priced
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fleet of torpedo-boats ,was. not the fifteen ;years imm.ediatly try them. Only 50 cts per Lottieat of a: politi- Typewriter.Oatft .
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the of cost iu. close of the Despite J. L. Gaskin Drug Store. cal ,
that figures were._ after the war. |
> all its I Sell You One 1 T R. HODGES
I accurate ajhd impartial as ; .
estimate i
under the
-veral Instances the large number of names ,
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readers will testify. It is sus--AGEnr.

and the offers' of guaran dropped by reason of death &c., Siich men as,John B. Stet- against the monopolies 'and for I ... '

.1pedspeed in excess of the 'requirement the net increase ol the roll over son are not "only the life blood the people.. --

but the numerous the proceding ;year was 17,700. of a town, but a friend to labor It, prints the news of' all the :' : V

und avidly separated : ports' What' a mighty connt1'Y.is. and a State The DuLand world, from correspondence all importantnews i r : ARE yd:7 COWARD ? 3

whence the bids originated. this to without a murmer
curry Rectord tells what he has done points on the globe. It ..
From Boston to Portland: an annual and increasing chargefor i p ... 'fc4': i 'httl,1.m3YSeemtobe! '
fur that town this t .
summer, as has brilliant illustrations, :
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..Ore., there*is no considerable, pensions greater than the follows I :, "Hon." John B. Stetson stories by great authors, a capital it -! CI r Ufl t! .. .r tion. We:'are tats ,owmr' by the famous author.,t
stretch of coast line on either annual 'of the establishment ; I k n. If-." J Dcsraeli: ,thatany mm s'a coward: even in-spite olbims2Jf
cost war
had -
has l from
fifty to eighty t humor, page, complete markets : l t .itIii3, : arm .fts'Uc.iIJ-fitting grin a shab- rfbycondifkaC"1
.()C..3n where the,Goverment may of any nation in the men employed at DeLand \ r !!yoVivisirfo. enjoy the, bravery
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,departments for the house-i,. I \ I 4t of elegtnattire Should 'order your Sub #
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'. not as thess bida the show, world! What couliding people all summer This is the kind hold and women's work and )l. I .r : eal: Overcoats'. ., ,

'}lace orders for from one to live is this to read the ,facts of of'a!' citizen that is such a help l l h-, \ t .<. ;.,.. U H pa..1 n. nnf ,
of ,
them and what other special departments 1'1 -, : It :. '. .._..i: e UIIUtl U ... I'
have to
.. torpedo-boats and this pension roll with never, a !' :a pla<;c-, would ) f l f :
unusual interest. ,; r IKE! CHEAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TaltaRs.b' .
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doyens of families t have done "
built in a short time and cheap- suspicion .this t possibly their I I : ; 'V'bofor 2O years have 1 Jed aH rivalry in CustomTaiiprufg
here since the freeze, l liiid i it \Vp offer this unequaled I ;Ii ,. fat?to pldue! in Material,
}y." Our new navy is to Jbe noblest l and highest sontiments :;i. i i : < and cent will cost .
not o en for the emyloyment newspaper and THE FLOIJIDA t t' # .-, Style pt V/orkmansbip.: A"BORN"
(ill Americana. are being used to betray and -,- .- t.: '109.Jess.tbm tfcfc kind. of tailorirg that: makes

I rob them. and Stet-. WEEKLY. w' < ADVOCATE" togetherone .. : v't ,., men cott'irdly.: Every Feature? Guaranteed .:...

t7.a 4 tti3'Z'- Xt.=:.A.. -' son. IS; o town hardly ever 'ap- .year' for 1.00. .-l-t- .<,j" ., .'J1..t. "' 300 Patterns to Choose frixn. ." '. .. ;.. '

ths Ibi I'd YOI Ilai 1m"Bait predates the real value ""of : The .,regular subscription,I .c-.ILL OR l' "'-- .
_'k tncataYour! Muwe ttYth ";ta'>treta. : : ; !--

A' It., I lOis Candle,25c.;i,If Cathartic a c..,C.UtirdrngKisu,"d"core\. ron<-tips.Uon!,if und'fret moue* citizens.' 1 1 ,;. Stetson- 't'.. price, !!\\fo the ttiici" J1 rs'erg,i$f;I ,OQ;,t"I?: ..... ...'-. ('O' ..t:; : ,


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P't ; T 1 a most prosperous fall season'] CANDY} -

1 -A Rough Rider Finds His Moth- i FLORIDA CENTRAL 1 PEMSUUR L

_: -** er at Fort Mcattc.I '> Mrs.: Josephine Vlngerhoetsjdied a CATHARTICCORE SS I- .

,x'4-' ;' That truth is stranger th.' n I' on Tuesday night in, b ."
*" "Si1" i Xw Florida and Northern Air Una and Florida Trunk Line.
"fiction the f eigty sixth She imtive l'l
..Tj,.? >..T.. : again lfovc'n; by year. wag a .V

; ; ." ? .Curious story of how : trooper, of Prance, and came to I TIME TABLE IN EFFECT'\ JULY. 1S. .

: : ;" >( ;: Torrey's wild riders regi-,I Tallahassee! sixty-four yeans l CONSTIPATION V 40J .
31 S3 35 37 S3
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r .. .. inept found Ms mother after ago with her husband, Girald S Dallj500p: i D Sun aUy Dally } ORP0IT: .' DullySlia Daily IteUyTK&


: forty years, says a Jackson-: Vingerhoet, whp* died nearly -..... V ...... Sl-)- ..u... ;\Op.Lv..JIt nTllle..Ar- ,.... . 9 k 1ia ,... _
J ALL ...... 5 4Ti I p ... _. 842a .. .... 130PjLV.. ,.$Yulee.... .. .Ar.Lv. ...... 8 la ...... 84Qt 8 ......
; ville special to the St Louis forty years ago. S -;...... : ; ISp J.\r..i'eruau na..... .... .... 7i1b: ..GI'p .... .
25c 50c 'TS -.5._. 620p--u34..P!lOOp .. .....Everett. .. ..AT........ 85;) ...... C4II T31): ......
i Globe-Democrat. DRUGGISTSV*. ... ... ; ; ...1 .....Brunswick* ...Lv. ........... &40p....... .
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: ,trooper, V. Burk an. old phosphate .... .. .....' ..... 120!l> ...... 11.) .....Savannah.: .... h ... b4 ;. 447p440p ...
.. Tom K left ; .. ... ...... GOOplip; ........U20p. .v.Saill.twuh..Ar..... .. 5 ': .... .
: Williams, troop man. is operating between six ...... .. ..S c n:3:: 15i>p....... 130aAr..lialrfu.S.C..Lv ... ... 2 tip ..... .
-. .. ... ...... L04&. :40v ..... .2:5.1 ...Denmark.S. C..,. .. ...... :::411 is .
: last night for Fort Meade to and eight mines,: among them _._..rro..._A --_-....-. :1.8-....,_ ...... .... ...4.. 93op8)5p: ..... 6K! >a ". ....AUh"Ubta.G--.... ... .. 5e ..VS
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VI 0 ... ... ,. {ll ...... 42-h ..Columbia. C.. ..
-: > see a mother whom he has the New Early 'Bird and the .lLI. V : :IJ ;I.S...... ...... ..-i.' .,.... .., .. :ci1a: Spartaaburg, S. i...... ... ......... ...... ... I-t..p"" N. O.. .. .. .
thought dead for maui :: | :Florida Plii : and ; V R. W. DIXON & SON .: ...... ..' ..:.;.. ....... \1CJ;. .". ..Charlotte.:N. C... .". V ....._
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piite Mining .. ., .. .... .... 93Sr..H41r. ..SsUsburf..N.C... ... 17* ...
She is now 84 of yeari'l! Company. Ho ..... ...... ..:. 10-15 ... .... 12 lOp h .Gre nsburo.: N. C.; .... ...... .is 71) .....
.- years .. also has two GENERAL MERCHANTS .. .... ..... ...i..U Mp ...... :Zk)1 .. ....n-r1lle.va.: .. 550iiteOa ....
ahe will see her boy she has valuable COlliTSS1ON .5..... ..........:.. 4Ji15Sa ........6 Sip; ... ....Richmond. \'&.. ........ ......
.. assistants in Captains ) ....:....h', ....L.. ....... 3.c, .* ..Lyu.cb burg. VaVasAlagtoa ... ." ..... 341......
... .. ...... .... .. 3 a .. 5-itp i .:CI1:4rl: tt ..v111e.. ...... .
mourned for many years. I Lum and Arch Me Iver.largo's : Vi; HJO au(1190( Duane St., New York P- .......... ... .... 642: .-.-..-. 93:>1-> a. '. ,. ...... & .. .
I ... ... .. .. .. bW .. .' .S.11; .....Baltimore I .... ." ...... .. ...... ._
Many years ago the family I jU .. ... ...... .... : ...... 2tie& ....1'1il.depkla.: ... ... ... V .. 655i. ,..
I oldest citizen l 8 8i ..... .... .... i .
was SouthernFruits Vegetables a Specialty. ..... .,... ....'. :01a......... 023 ".. .N wYlUIL.: .. 4 .....
S \lived on the border. Indians, I burned Tuesday. Uncle Billy :.:!::. _. .. ...... : ._..... ._3tAtp_ ......:42t0il." .._...... OO. ... .

: made a raid and killed WitHams' i w ,rc .)JIai Cf .Specialty of "!riirberiies and I'eaches ? CINCINNATI V -JACKSONVILLEo5 ; I IWi-M..INOII\ fcOUIH AN11: \ EJt U3. wt.
Me Mullen l he - 9&13V\h\ IXOEIDA: ASD KSW' 7&14; SV &; tf
as was familiarly l [:) Entire real'
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,:- 1 u'oll.iJlwllt (: l>I. con. AlUnta, Daily *
fathei'The mother, I :? Caattanooga Cincinnati. oi = I- -t _OtLES8.__ ;_ Daily -DailyflZOpr
called, would. have been 83 in Ii ; HRF mcxcF.In'iug.Xniiouul;: HUI:, Xt'wYork, and Commer- CQ r c.3 Chicago, ,t. ... .. 7 Ma Lv...Fem"n"fn ...Ar .
with heroic spirit) bravely Tu I d O. Detroit .. .
9llaLy. M5fcfiWa
October He the ; cial Agnee. 1"1 o 6 O .
: was oldestof c:: Cleveland. Louisville. U4) Lv !' .

.Iought off the Indians, hilling seven brothers, who were all : (I-) w.-.-== I-''--,'_... =.=_1...,......=. ......-..."-" -...s. ...,...,...TCS.r. enf I. -Z .-Z _._and_ _St._ _Louis._ -5;?. .. lla: Ar...........tiilshan..Ar.. .:16a c.' 3 4J7p lOp

several, when she was knocked iUOa 650pLv....Jackj>on\iue..Ar. 4OaU-.P 12.21.1a:1135:1.; : .. .o
actively engaged in confederate 1018.1: 90)pAr..Lverett.) .Lv... ;3\aI6L'JP) ; | .+ OO:, J2 JIPI '... .. 11 OOpr-
: down by the merciless blows --- -- -- I 4 +Jp .'n.',.; .. .}....Macoa VV .. .V .. 2 lIh I S3IMj! ... I 1...... h....Cedar 1-"',1.. ." 7"-
; ) service. All came home and I 11' 4 15a42U.;> .+....At1ant3... t15p 5Js' i t.1.147p .... .Hawthorne .. ... 3 a 1001"
of tomahawk :r.il I...... L...... .AUania.... .Ai ,l lJl .. 14ia'IZp:: ,' ; .. . Citra: ........ 244a ISlp12S5pr
a wielded by a''were the settlersof SPAEKMAN m CO. ...... SbL ..chattunooira: I.\_ 732tiSO. ...... V 1 I SJp ..1..SJver Springs.... .. ..
red demon. Tom then a' among pioneer :::..._ T 30i ....OinciQaau"ASlUlVlLLSlKOUTL.., .. .....::,. 353.V I !5..Ocats: . :: .
Gulf Coast. ..' : -II0"1 "i45p ..l.\VUlwi>od...... .112.>\10.-
I ; *J > DEALERSO2ra.de IN. (<< ; C't 2J.' .... L youngster of seven or tight, Pullman SleperbetweenJacksonYille, 61S-"l 3-1 p ...... .lavures ........ .. 10Z4*
: wiiie Cnnatll.U.d Chicago. "', '. .. .
9 15a
The Kissimmee Et5..gh [ 5 13p V Orlando. 705p 900%
correspondent .... .. ..
was ,taken with the baud.' He ? 6 ,0pnLv..J Ar lil"aw !i3p S31p .. Winter Park..- -.... 8S5a
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lived with them and fora I of the. Ti11lf-1s-U uion and Citizen Rye "'hi4p ', 't2{ to $5 per gullou. Corn \Vhi ke3\ $2 to .'2.50 per gallon. 112UpnLV.-I 2.a ;Ar.....,.....4.....Cu.umliiu S.vannatz..Ax: . Lv 12 5IOxn: 47am 1 >i I>53a13 j 3Jpsoip s p ..'..St...Laco Ctthfrme
was that tho law has beii Run% r2 to -2.50 per gallon. ppl" Brajidy. *2.r; 10 $3 per gallon. Peach 112Ja Ar..Spartal1burg..L.. oOtpm300pm( 54U314 '... Hade City...." -10;:ip- V53..Io
.says l243pmAr..Ilendersoathle..Lv ,
yearr two subjected :to the game Kniiniy, ijS.'SO to 53 per 11on.! U'hiiu Vheit: Whiskey, 2.5Q per gallon. I H5pmAr.. .. .......Ai'< vlle ... ... .LiL P1Ili 1al 50p -.P1anteLy.V.V".... .. Tn p .. ...." Up!op352pm 100a.8s5i.!
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,so generally disregarded it is : Ar..IIot Spnnif* 1146am
worst kind of treatment.. He Prompt: attention paid to all orders 7pai Ar..Knoivifle..L.\ 8 jam V V45zn .

hoped that the next l legislature .\r... .... ... xmgton..LiO.JOpm ONLY THKOUOn PULLMAN SLEEPKnBETWEEN
bears scars where slits were S TRADE A SPECIALTY.C. .13\a.u.) Ar,.... ...Ciucianati ..Lt !:I O lI18iOm
'(.-' will make a law that will put a. 1 JUG ,Lv..Ciacianati .. .. .Ar wpm
made and skin torn off by tha I .J5pUl|Ar..Cbietgo..L. 900am JACKSONVILLE AND
stop to the killing of deer M.; SPARKMAN & CO. Starke Fla. Bif Four! _
any V
their
inhuman red skins in el. 83OamLv..Cincinnati.; ... .. .Ar 63pm NEWOELZANS.V
or turkey for two A twoyears < -. .. ..,. -. 600pm ArCbic' jo...... Lv 1:1:loam
forts to "harden"" him. lie years. Moai-n! _Route. _ _ _ _ _ _
close all of I 900amLv..Uincinnat1.... .Ar 6 tpm No.i:,No. 2 -rER3mvIStON No..l
I aho forgot the English lan season over The foil,wing was copied from Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. 5 oopu.IAr.| ... ......Chicago.. ...... ...L10 OOaai Daily Dally AND NEW LEANS.... Dally640p
I Pennsylvania.. i __ _
guage. the state .would give. the game a the 'l imU, niOH and Citizen and The Best Salve in the world for ST_ Ai1.LOtiSV1LL1JACiNVlLL1. : 513p IHn Lv.. J ackson vtlla.. A r .

One day the bandg e was good chance to increase. mves an interesting: J account of Cats, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt -No; 3 fo*; _No33'- -.z;"...-; '!OoUpUSop:1140a 12 Sup Ar..Liikecity..Ly-.. Live Oak...... 4&Cp .........

with: met defeatn.d "he. J. :P. Taliaferro of Jacksonville the pranks. of.tie! soldiers at Fer- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbap- 800.10la; 050p 90llp.\r..Eervett.( ) i..v...:.Jacten\. .....Ar.L l)4al2I 1300: 645D83Ua; .231"1. +1'.1. 2ucp 124) :.........).MaoUrn.!.'nU e.lo.; ....*."". :: ...........
vag .. ....
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.... ... .. ., GI.OJ' 345;' Taliabasee.
'"' rescued by the white's.! It canidate for tfie United iiandina. Judging( from what wean ped Hands, Chilblains,.Corns, uud 4 j4 40p.pII 21"O.:):) ... ... ...Atlanta.Macun ....... !2107Ji.'') SOp S 4 i' ...-V. .:Qulicy: ....: 410p.: ... ,
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...:.. ......Chattanooga..... : .{ ..... ,4tl.. 5 25p ". ..Eivtor- Junction". : ; ... .
all anxiou- 840p7J2p .
learn: the boys were ; all Skin and positivelyures .. .. .. ,. ....... ItOuy *.. ..Peu>acoU. .. .....
took several States Senator Pasco Eruptions, .. .., ...... .... J.e..tn"to'. ....' .u.
ears to win him senate -.5 ... '....."..LouKvi.lo. ...... 74.un. ........ SUCH ".Mobile.... .. .
back to civilization.a HlY lion. S. M. Slxu'kuian, nominee to leave f>.r Al.ihann; and celchra : Piles or no pay required. It :::::: 4 "" "( .. :>. .St Lout. ...... : ::i. . 14 a." .New Orleans: ... 74p., ...... .

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ted'their departure hy is guaranteed: to give perfect satisfaction .
then a strong, healthy young for congress from the first district i proceclmgs. Tha soldiers hav or money refunded. Price SLEEPING CAn SERVICE.Nos. .

man of 18 or 20. He took up will Url at Arcadia on September of of 35; and 35 Fast MaiL Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville,an..!Jbe Cincinnati < .
number proddin-
DOs.r
a ways 25 cent per Sleeper via Abbeville.
the_ cowboy pursuit, and lived ( 8 to address the peopleof for the At the No.37 and 38 carry tiiroush Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection[
amusement camp.! For sale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug with 8 and U: and? and 14 wlta Pullaiaa. :Sleeper between Jacksonville antI Tampa.No .
.
I r
,-.. Wyoming.. He enlisted ni- that county. On that day foot of the street, in front of Com-! ; Score. No. 33 iaio 34 carries Jaeioii1e.C1oe tUrou .n Sieepor betw eea Jasl >onrula :ad Ctiatlanooga.. Same return. V by

der Colonel Torrey and: c iniu the democratic county convention new-made On connections at Cincinnati St. Louis and Kansas: City for all points West and South.
13 is
p'any a grave. Nos. 1 and 2 carry tae Jac\suov111e-Ncw Orleans bieeper. ,
here. meets and it is expectedthat the Dally: except Sunday. *L>:aily except Saturday. and bunday. TbU| train doe, not roa!
the head and footboard appear J. F, P. McMURKY Monday. Suuday anil.Monday: only. :\,;tConaeciion-. Tampa for St. Hcterstburiz, Mauate
Klver and Key West and llavaau steamer. b.earner "Manaiee. for all it on Man a leer
> pom
In some manner his stl'.mge'Btory a large crowd will be pres following legandf:: : Sacred to the DEALER: river. At siarke lor lCro..e.. At Waldo steamer for .Melr .e. Cosntcu<< at TaIlabaefor :
j Carrabelte, St. Marks, and Coaaecta River Junction
: Ap.ilacUacoU.: at for Ctattftboocno
leaked out, andj in some ent. S memory -f> Harry M. Yates privrte, River steamers. Connects at. eraaadma for CuinU t=riand Koute :Steamer: to the lalafld

; way his old mother, now living Remarkable Rescue. of Comriany 13, who died at Fcrimndina FANCY GROCERIESI and All Bruuawic'.c.baggage( will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will V still be sold at the city S tlrk toSice
.
. Fla 19 SOS of I0r W. Day Street. a.'i well as at the Union Depot ticket om e. 5
4 August ,
at Fort Mcade, South Florida It ,. 11. \\'. CA lP Hg LL, Pasaeijger! Agent.; J. E. RSUALL,
Michael Curtain Plain-
,, ,51/s: starvation.' After .lingering nintyduys rl'iCl.cti: .;t ?)-* West :Bay St., corner Ilogau Ja--kaonville: FiH.WALI'EB .
200 miles south of here, was field, III., makes. the statement, he passed quietly; away. He KEEr U. CGLEMAJs, GeUI-Traveling AjfHiit Jacksonville.

t 4' informed it. She''communi. that she caught cold, which settled was: a bond soldier, and died as he The Best and Freshest Stock in Town. A. O. JIitcDO!;NELL: pen_.. Pat-.. :! !. Ageiit.lY .. .
--- 5VS -- ---
caLLed with friends here. Williams on her lungs ; she was treated fora had lived since enlisting! -hungry.Atiest. TRY Mil- ---- V V.--- --

'* The footboard is decoratd ..
? .
-
nviiUh her
by family physician' '
) : was informed of the fact ._, .--.- -
.''but g.e-w wnrs!?. Ho told her she i with :a picture representing: S -" --- ; : outhe'

that his another still lives. In was a hopeless victim of consumption a ,spade, an ax, ft gru -ll1Jl\ and a RAJLROAZS.ii .... ,. >-

Ifss than twenty hours he so- and .Unit no m"dicille! ,cIJuld sljip!, under which is written: "The __

cuivd a furlough and last cur her. :' her druggist suggested fillip\ he rememhrred.1! Every day ; :fP SHORT LINE Q -RaHway. .

Dr. King's Nv.v Discovery for I tHc'nJ':; come with bifcnir, talninn V
night he left to his old
see Consumption ; SiP bought a bottle can. :, etc., and lay them tenderly V

11l )ther. It was a queer. : story. .....I ana to her. 'delight found herself I on the grave,' always accompanied NORTH EAST WEST : BI)} YJTE THE SHORTEST RQDTE.CHEOTTOS V

and his comrades crowded' to I U-nefiUrd( from first dose. She l by a little note, which sax.>: "but DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS

the depot to see him off unWi5h I continued,. u&o; and after taking t they came too l. tc." The grave: is : PTJLLSIAJT DRA WiG ROOM CARS, DINING CAVa.

six bottles, found herself sound said: to represent the s pul icr. of STARKE FLA. -- .-. TOOUGflFAEI. COACIIIZ, VESTISULED, T RAr. ._
him all .S
of
manner good and.PoII ; now does her own the "Florila Development Company '
NO.10. aily. leaves 317 p. m.. for all
.. luck and good wishes.: Williams !- housework( and is as well as sho '* the pet name for the regiment poati North and We>t. connecting[ at Jack- :
KonvUle with tbrouifh deeper for New York. NORTH EAST AND WEST.'
is one of the best men in I tver was. Free trial bottles of adopted by the privates. Cincinnati and all: Intermediate points. ,
I this Great Discovery:;: > at .J. L. Gas- NO. 14, lea\e &:12 a. jn. d. ily for same

.. the troop; and Colonel Torrey i ins' Ding Store. Large bottler points lampa u31.11.d and intermediate above oarryiuz points: through to New!>let York>per. TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEON FLORIDA AND: THEST..

.' speaks highly of him, saying 50 cents.. and $1.00. Don't Toljacfo Spit and SaioVe Tour Mfe .\1Tllf.To co Macon.,'aectin Atlaauu>r at Jacf Chattanooga! >ouTlle) with and trains all points rrom r S

,- quit tobacco easily anl forever be ma? north aJd west alM with trains for westFlorida. WahIntcn sad Southwestern Limited,
that he was a very quiet man, Xo;\v\the: ; nctio. lull of life aerve and vigor, take :Xo-To-: : Peni' county editors can Mexico and California .
points. States Fast MaIL
but with and Bac. the woiHler-worlccr. that nialces wcalt men And the United
a courage spiritthat Np. 13 leaves n.5'J p. m. *yh connection
--' take a much needed rest. The stronff.! All druggists,rOc or$(. Cure guaranteed froui ull i.uiiits and divUions. Through sleeper
takes him Booklet and sample tree. ..Address from New York.N .
through
-,4 every election is over and they wont Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or NewYorls Q. 9 leaves 1Nl..In.! :. with through !leepet Cn,7 21 uou.z "\ CSOVTLLE: TO WASUflTTOT.S .
thing. couneutioai from all points. nona, west and IEW YOiL
ONLY 27 HOUS5 JAOK301IVILLS TD:>
have to.sit. up till ,12 O'clock a nil points in the state.
Another strange case came For the ietmap of the state sleeper or

-i this when and pulllmlf the hair out. of LOOK HERE I I"We other inlvumation call on D.GItEEN or write to. Agent., Cclld Tcitibulod Trains("vrnwtj of Late it Imoroved Pnlliran Wrr\ng Cam and Rote D'

up morning a private their heads Starke Fla. In;C-iru tkronifK without chinga to Wa.bll1CtoUaILuJur...
: in the forty-ninth Iowa trying to. write ana have on hand a .. : .- Pennlngton. T. SL : rIilla.i,, h.a.! New York and lh.o Last.

hot editoral on the courthouse large snppty of Visit A. O. MacUonelL Jacksonville a P.!A. Fla. I. _ V
met his father here who had '
issn ing Cards which we THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BEr

-, been missing for over ten years. will print for the: next S TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE --'"

'- The father left his western $100 REWARD, $100. S 30 days at half price I', The A. S, R. & G. R. R.

.. : hothe suddenly, and this spring The readers of this paper will be Departure and Arrival Trains. Through Sleeping! : CCM Daily Jacksonville! to .
as follows: Ono hnn- --;----'" ,.
:' came to Jacksonville pleased, to .learn that there is.at V S Cincinnati, via Ashcvillc, Thrcu :h t&. ..
; purchasing ; died first quality visiting STARKE, FLORIDA. 1 .
I a small business here. The least one dreaded disease! that sci- NO1 1 daily. leave. 7 a. n. for LaCrosse. V \ "LAND CF THE SKY."
cards
printed-in( Bniikley and Intermediate poInts. '11i1 it tram I
tuce. has been able to cure in all connects, with the O. S. & !.'. at SamrHt.n V V
soldier entered the store last I IlJigl1t. script type with best J Junction for 1'alaiki.Macon and 1termedJatepOiUtt. rorfletaCMf-jfoma': !"-'t r" to rat", wlketTnTM.V Wt.Jnff car reservations, eta, aw7...... .
1 its stages and that is Cutarrh.Hali's vtngr icat c.l U.o Sucru: iut CAILWAY or Its connection V >>. ..
The recognition was : Catarrh Cure is the : quality ink, 75 cents; hO 3 Satur uys an4 SUndays only. Leaves : S

mutual. It was a strange t ) only Sevcnt.n ve c\l'ds.of. o.iw late p.points m. for,connecting Lj.Cros.se.at Wrinkly S.uup and..on in Junction.termed- L. A. SHIPXAU, r.orida Puss. ASt. 212 West Bay: Street. Jacksonville, Flat' .;
positive cure now known to the forPalatka. Macon and intermediate ; 1.!. GULP.
points. \7. A. TURK S. E.TraSo HARDwt
meeting and an affecting one.- : same quality for 50 NO., ) 5- second class. Leaves Starke 4-aj: a.m- .
medical fraternity. Catarrh. being for Lacrosse. BrinkJey and intermediate Manaspr: C.-n p"t.," ., Asst. G.oPaa.. At, i
We will take S 'iash.1Djton. IJ. a Vr&i ). O. G.. ,
TamaThnes. cents. PO.UH.S. This train ! a constitutional disease, requires ,NO-. 2. arrives at Starke lilu p. m. daily. May 2, .I8?].
orders for ]less NO 4. Arrives, at Starke at S.JO Satur. -
no p. m. : -
a constitutional:" treatment.. days and Sundays!: only. -- .. -- =-----*- VSS V .

STATE NEWS. Hall's catarrh Cure is 'taken inter- i If than 50 cards and we m.NO.Dally 6- second except cla.-Sunday.s. arrives at Starke. ":;V

The hyacints are again mrk- naly, acting directly upon the will make the same \ GEO. TO WSETT., SlarkeJacksonville. Gen.>'!Supt.. . . . .t. . . ....-....

ing trouble in the St. Johns blood; and.mucous surfaces of the V reduction.onbuziness ARTlltm MF.I'1S. Cen.l'.rn. THE POMONA NURSERIES{
na:
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: river at Palatka. system, thereby destroying the cards. Place Jour V NEW LOGUE CATAO FOR- io98 '..1

order quick for they GAINESVILLE{ & GULF RAILROAD CO.
foundation of the disease, and giving '
A colored the T7TLL BE READY TO HAU, Ef OCIOU.
man by name of V TIME CARD NO.i3. ;
will be .
the building soon '
patient strength by gone.
Jim Hopkins was killed at the 5 In effect on and alter Nor.7. Ore party wiltes at foltowt of *er 137 cat*. ..
the constitution and assisting Jemte: "Will you pleae.end ie a copy ol yo rTatvable
up Nix:1. N. .i .
Ko.S
No.4.Daily .
V N rs ry ca *k<*< I k ad s copy.bt
Chicago mines, at Standard, tfy nature in doing' its work.Th" n. Daily. STATIONS..DaUy ex. Daily. V a hare ''oanrd It. I ad ao ay iBtrtTMhir '
SUDd=-y. Sunday.Lv. thing* La U that I A* uoC wUh to be ith t
large stone falling on him and proprietors have so much faithin am. Lv. pm. Ar- am. Ar. pm. copy"
1 Skin Diseases. 720 300 i..Gainesville, iiCO 7U Our 9fw jSgS Citilorn 'will COflUfa, *U-t_, .
;. crushing him to death. curative powersthat they 727 310r.... linoIeH.C.l..10S8 653 god features of the 197claeg1.ebe.ide, ay '
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,$ 7 aJ 315t..Canooasxlns.. t(}53 650 S oCL Ftalty lIlai.trstM wl.b a,. __
Miles Ward who offer One Hundred DOllars for For the speedy and permanent cure of 735 320t. .Rocky Point.. 10&i 645 fl.ogvIrb1cVThwL We over a f21 use si
] four
{ nearly tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham- 750 3 35 f..,. \V ilcahoota. JO 40 <630< Froit and Omamcaul Trcei and 5brbi.diptg

.:' I years ago was. indicted for' the any ccse that it fails to cure. be:1ain' Eye and Skin Ointment is 800 88 3i5t..fleweliena1030 350t..C1rau.s .... 1026 623 615 to fcntUera plaan.f. CaUlegvc PtmGRIFHKG 44g I IJOB

,;' Send for hsi of without an equal. It relieves the itching 810 353 .... Kitkwood ". 1010 610 TUB BROS. COPe
Testimonials
murder of .John Haygood has'1. ''acd almost and 81S 4Wt' .....Klmore...... 1005 lSoi: 'west a4 Mt.4 prst.bl. i
smarting instantly '
... Address F. SI405t..Taoma ..... IUOI) 600< di fr S.a bmPl itfnr. rOMG;& vszzr % MLcciyaap >
: .:: T been captured in Mississippi J. CHENEY & CO.- its continued rise effects a permanent 8'J .ttO f... Taylor's...... 9 6i 555 --- --- p ses.t.,... n. __ 1.
i' S Toledo 0. cnre. It; also cures itch barber's itch, 825 415t....>QC8BOpy. .... 950 550 -
'..:; ;'. : and brought back to Arcadia. scald head, sore nipples, itching piles 835 837 425t..Tuscawt11a.430t.LakeSimouton.... 940 935 543 PRINTING-

'"' : V : Sold by Druggist, 73 cts. Chapped hands chronic sore yes and 842 435 t.. Hickman... .. 930 640 535 WSHAYENOAOEMTSeetMi'p.

:.: ::j Both the bank: and merchant Hall's! Family Pills are the best. granulated: lids. 847 440t..Soutliside.-. : 530 .(rim tdr ftof7jtor aw .
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85S 4 4 t. .Dunganan ... 920 525
'. of -i\roi: that business SlOt 500t..-....Irvine...... 910 615 Bring it to.THE; ADVOCATE office \-ii Ja ;
; : l-rdp fe. '0..a.a "X' c>:a.::s:.A... Dr. Cady'g Condition Powders for ...* -S.... ..Fort Drsae. .. .... .... frV4 L.th;wayzg i lice4/ .
tias horses are the best tonic, blood.trarifier Ar.am Arjm. Lr.am. Lv.pin, WE CAM DO IT- SV
: r; \ : !improved very greatly (dur- I Hata Atears! BcsgJ* I telegraph stations ,, -: -
and vermifuge. Price, cents. Sold by AS.YOU WANT IT. '
the month of and 7if9i .:,p. I I.-Sag ittailonx. t SW'aa Ierateg. b.44 Ic'...
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G I' r '.: I EWSYLOCAL'- GLEMUiiGS.FATHERED ): CELEBRATION" AT-PARK z ,-l- PERSONAL,'--NO. 'TES., '.1;, '", FROM, HUHTSVILLE. .. 1
DOUGLASS McLEOD
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fir. Henry nichard. Waldo,. was
,
... ,.... \ :- I In town Tuesday !i 1 '" .
Oior> 1,000 Present'and An Lett**frdra Our '
People Were : i Interesting "
IN CITY AND NEIGH ,Sergeant A. H. jobm'left Tuesday rr'he: :t..ead.i. ';
Military g
V:, 9ORHOOD the Affair Was One of the Grandr0: Correspondent.
}Y;',. & / Uutaville. Ala. ;., !
% ,;"':;<.-" ': .. est Eer Witnessed; in Mr. B. F. Craig left for visit'" tdIi'autpton : DEAK ADVOCATE CLOTHING AND
MEMS PERSONAL( PERTINENT & PECULiAR. a We are at last located-on our ] SHOE HOUSE j
i
: 4m ... __________ .StarH ; this morning.
.. .. L.- new camp grounds, in the .
Old papers for sale at this office Never; before ,in the hlbtory.of. Col. Bngg made a professIonaIyhItJackdourille f 1
., mountains around Huntsville.
to Our Trade is
I J .
yesterday
Starke ]has there been a larger, increasing every week.
Groceries freeh and ,Groceriesfine. The mountains curi- I.
quite
v are a .
celebration than the that'as I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomas ]left
one :
Mc-Mcrry. "- Tuesday forJack&onville. osity to Florida boys. We are : That is encouraging you 1 bet! -
held at the payk last night. 'Over, I

Twenty poundsof Sugar' at j,000 enthusiastic citizens, white'' We regret to learn tha .Miss Murla:. i highly pleased with Huntsville.It I We sell strictly for Cash and the People .

White. fur $1.00. I and colored, were present and made' Weeks is on the sick li>3Y. Is-a pretty little city of about

and. celebrated to their Mr. John Hull, Mail Agent on the' 10,OOOinhabitants. The peopleall like it. We are strictly Up.io-datc"and
The restaurants did, a flourishing nerry .
Eeart's ast Coastline; was In town luesday.:
.- business h content 'lat 7:30 r like the Fla. boys. They ,. ,'
Tuesday.The : exactly i new .
open up consignments daily.
1 .
Mr. Thomas D
Loach, of .lacksou- ,
fine of I '
o'clock. Tho Starke Cornet Band Ii say we are a looking set .
.)," A., S. R. & l1. 1''}. bas a villa: ia visiting his mother in this .' "
'. played on Walnut. Strect-xa-id men. We left Fernandina arj Boys Come and see Us.
I
.;,,; new passenger engine. a marched to the- Drug Store '\'}l.erethey city.Mr. "- ,: 12 o'clock exactly. The people .x'
Bert Wall has accepted a poriitiou -, GKSOE3GHEWILLIAM &; DE] t :
Bring your job work to this of rendered several! ,
to leave.
At stirring with Hutibuud. liros.. at Ml! were sorry see us They
:. fice. We Call please you. selections in order the rose' -- -- ___ ,
to gather came down to the train and : : P:: ,.j .

;0 It is rumored that there will crowd,.,and the crowd did gather, : Mr. Byrd Crawford of Jacksonville, cheered us and bid nsg ood-b'e. _.... TYSON z ..,_
be another in hundreds} 'and from' was visiting i hia 'father in this : ,
'Y: wedding town soon. c oming by every city The train was composed of 24 .

-, Fine Visiting Cards at half price I direction. The.Band. then marched Tuesday.Mr. : coaches and all of theregi- LIVERY SALE AND 4

followed by tlte crowd to the }par k F. II. Elmore, Auditor! of the,, board \ FEED STABLES
ment when
at this office for the .next 30 were on we
,. I where everything had been A., S. K. & G. li'y., wa in thecuy
prepared t
days. TUtcoIur. pulled 1 out. The boys sang .
: for )))a ) STARICE, FL. .r ( .
a big jollyfication.
All kind of Job Mr. O.) G. ',Good-bye darling we must ...
Husband
: of Alelrose's
: : printing neatly, .Arriving at the park the band one :! .

and artistically: executed at tins played several pieces and Col.! C. L Tue popular .young weD, wa in town leave thee" and the large crowd ...-I I Hake a, Specialty Conveying Traveiing. Men to PoInts in the COlWtrJ v.. .
I iiay.Mr. yelled will
offi'-e. we hope comeback ,
you ,
; Peek was introduced as the first .
Fred Martin of Arcadia was again in a few weeks.
The} 'merchants all closed! their of the As the SECOND-HAND HARNESS
s speaker < evening. among /iiisuiauy, f rieuds here Moiid.y We arrived at Callahan and AND BUGGIES. FOR SALE.
s'oros Tuesday and the clerks wire 0 jlonel s'eppel: out in front of thslar .lua ',t'uaiuu) -"---- .
look the S. t\ & W. .
., given a day oil. ': .!.:.e audionej ha w'is* greeted hv liov iJeuuy Davis, of LaCro33vu.' fly to \Yayero t FOR. .
., \ l 'J' s arriving there about dark. f. .
Oar : loud and: long chcerb,r. As sooias : nl..1ltl;c uauua: \>iLti iJlb: li1au)' irirlttl b:
boys, \. are!. he could; bulier.ri the Coloneldelivered l .lei t: 'l'ue-11.tY.: Waycross i is a pretty little 'city JlTns..m. riT QQ BPI1\1TI1\7G ;
well }pica.ed 'with their\ neiv\ t'mnj'I l .. '- j, 'di 1: J..llkJ.l.VJJ.. JJIJ J""Un > '
:" .. I c 1, a i-p?ndH. speech 1 :1 in a, j, Mr. J.V. Murj l :;hii,.Atftistaui: Mali and Ob! my the pretty .girla. 1 .
grounds at liuntbvilleT > '
: ; '
: ]I pi.'INQ YOUK \VOiUTO 1HK FFiOE: Of fllE. ..
loud ccarYoi': \\"hch.w.1.3libe.llJy: : UicrK at i-'c-tUaaaiiia, Wad OU ,OUl- After leavingVuycross, \ :; we ., fc '

,,-,. Now i is the time tosnb::rribo for, cheered from beginning to end.: I!:Ill tC.8 11'uoaJ". went through I'iftoutndllltau. 3' PLOP ID A |:( W ; :' KLlT| .ADVOCATE.

: "The ADTOCATK.: Only'!25 cents' At the ,conclusion i 'of his; remtirkshe .Mr. \VallcWllb,. wiio cl:lkb; for twopiettj' towns of Southern ;" ,'>. ....i iT- .. L --- **.,_ __. .. ;
.
.. from now"' until Xmas, J 1. introduced Mr. T..1. Kitlghrivid ; ,Uuuu \\. bccKitiger at Tampa, \>as oil Ga. At Albany Miss[ LeonaBiitch r:.. TVTrnni "
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'" t .The A., S. R. & G. ll'y. will i 11r.Iiutgtt'atppearanteeolic} ; ; : d ,,vtlr :::;I'CCliS lutti.t.tt.D3i y met us at the ,train, she was -- '\ r. ," .. -. '
IIatunc!<,of Waldo, wai.tUmr .. V 7\/ Jr DB I: N'-Y'T' ,.;.f :
have '' f fth. another loud burst of
soon teh'Pboi.lino'cotirect :: ap .. 1,11I1d ;glad to see us and said she. was .. .... .
r hnriiUb
\ 'W.
.,:'. : -ing StarJet. fiiinipR 2li; LaCrosse! p'aiipo.'' 2&. Knight's: rcinarkb} wore I ill iliia clay l' l'tuay.% many InCLJUoI I pioud of _the Fla. boys. We CARDS, : : ., "' ,- ."' : ;' .1:.M CiS

Alachna and Ward tfuyl well} directed and was: listened toby ; reached Macon just at sunrise CHECKS i I g k 'LAJ -j S .
: !1r. l.co litfnoli1, 3r6touv1111tiad .
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'. The pr'vr.e! cal balk ',Hjat.Vas thave o the large crowd,With rapt attenti'.l n' :' bUidUug il.UH.1:1: \\' .a..h.I: 1lIuli,; Uio; next morning and a large EN\TELCfPES. >-' lh: .:\ .n...rq...r .
lie tt.'ceivid round, 'after round f xArumi lu'l i .; "
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taken jnlcllUd aay. crowd of ,
1 placeJ"t }between the people met us at the '"- ,
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4 Stflrke: and Seal..viii uiuos l Saturday C..p,1{ 6. UiiUieo, uf the Cruibe( train. After leaving facon R NOTE HEADS 'il"; ,
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Knight"+ ::; speech sunie; one shouted!, I i:itt.rl w.ta civciiiutiu LETTERHEADS,,
did not account, ; ;!;; uuiuug tllll1'lCllUd .
;, happen on of rain the country became: very hilly 1 ... ,'- .....
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,. "Siiipmnn" "Sill1'mail' Here lie ,, 11cri'1'uciUat.. I 1,;..IC., 1: .1.c.. ,.,o. 'Ii1: ,
Tuesdays election'3: t and continued so until we r rf
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] cyiucb, ;! :Mr. Ship uan' had j'ltt' arrived llS Hattie \\'illsloftTufBdayioiu : ri -5- ,
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t I rout Lawtey', and e he WK&c :{ \l1..ro eii i will visn:! rel-1 '. \uz. ".EPa i[Or.z TH fMFORTANT "'

:, .''. ::' was quiet amS good-natuird- ';:+, irried on the fchonldc-rs I of the jitilvr; bur bcverl uaj'I :-. arrived t in Atlanta.. the gate city 'r ?. ...
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: .jvnd no one way Been ;intoxicated on! I' I Lit-uu'iiaut ,at 10 o'clock. Several of the killed: .
..... : :esthaas'asticnientutllestand: whilethe i i Lwag-tun and a pquaupi Printers. *. .
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4i the) streets. eivlit S .111Cfs lea illcduay givti:= bov.s went down town and "
",,' Band played "II.ti1 To TIlt! i i RtiQ llljS .
iuooii jfGocd
fur ..La1'lle, Aiu. Paper/
'6Ji C1. T. J. ShipTiiu'i of :!Lawrey; 'Cuief.1' 1\'hihs resting: on the '. bought something to eat. .. '" .
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.. Squire-: : J. H. Moore. ol'Xhfjeta! nnu. shoulders of, the!; men the Colo'iel} : Private 1.1, ). \V.yuu ol Cojiiaj.uy, X !1 Atlanta i is a beautiful place -" :'/:.J. ;; Presses;: .

"..,: '" Mr.I N ickoLof'Uike Butler, were T smiled and remarked: "Bous itseems \\iu C\'ci'flub 141'aRJ1S': be 11 aiCik: u\'t.'rlilg.; iu tir.d .City tblt i' I and I'"ue .were: treated nicely !f J I ....E3GOODYORK! \ / : -. .... r" ..... VIC- S,

p h cn a rou ir1? reeP ton: iWc'dnesday tllrka. like Starke has carried Law ...tiHitAfttT! l leaving Atianttrjwe I I! .... : /
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morn'ng.:; ; don't i itTffie? aid!: "Although I came in to the niotintsitailci : t.
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"'. -.. .,.c\rs, rate received' this mONting.- l pace appeared -Before the good ilem !\;. '1'. li.ich ,m tliib: cty.Col. _the boys could 'riot resist t M -S .P- #. ,
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: Tilled.'uy air, Lea Kelly:: at Kelly's] never was so embarat-sed as I am was gr.piug LIJO unudd. oi his 111x-,1,)' !cads out of toe. windows and: '-'''."-Q{ WP. .- i,..irn. <*rF.... r'.L.L.A.3: .. TM{* _r v? :{P..- ,
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houie on "ew liivur last iii! ;11 tai 11 1 I -nigltt. waiting over etttes..ay.. gazing at them. ; : :: .
Wo Solicit Trial Crarr ; Mntedfv'N .
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o'clock* As Jct0 have received( two minutes for the large crowd to .l.MIHB..: Mary Dioinooe{: left foiAlias ". The} funniest t thing that occurecl .I "" -or'" .

9VPfi" zcheer Colonel began his speech '. illut'S 'lll.; ui hcl' llcuUIUg ::'I.Vcl'al | CSoe' 11; rcctsfse. 'R-b".U,;>Jj_..?.... 'C...11.,1. Seaaii8 Tr Yo i
: \ particulars as to the of themooting. t111"in i .
cause \VttKb- With iX-lutlVCa IU tills CUV.. during ws near Dalton -. ..,..... .- .--. --- --- ...
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lie spoke in a c'eir disticnt voice"which ---- -" -
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was plainly ]heard all Julia 'lydiu!; !, one ofA u- .' I
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....: When our boys passed; through flic } Ll1uu.)"' lair au.uaumrb, is: S'laltJlta Air.aud mile Ion 'unel it wr.s; as Curl as ; explore amongtij e punbrat I. yte t \;:1; pftirtd
aud his Well directedremarks
-'r :', Lawtey Wednesday morning tiny grounds, .vtid. E. L. Stewart ia ili.s Ciy. Egypt in a' -;ectnd. .The- boys I rocks I nntl ia;"('s. The mountain; by a Vfpsol belonging, to D -n"

.:i'i',. gave three cheers for the ]ladies of i attention were. listened to with rapt 1 )lr. H.; n. \\' lkovsi-.i, wtio- is working yelli-d Good Lord the train is :air give one a moat;: ravenous eyTs Hu:o. ldron., The L..%te hod .

.!' La\\'tcy. It will he re:in f ushered:: j He by xjvery .one present. !: with O'ohun, FreiduiaU anti C,., wrecked we are bnrsted I1P. give appetite and tIlt cook gets tIlt' l been stationed in an adjdinirg: ;,

.: ... that the ladies o* Law t C)' ]kindly' 'I l long was and frqucntly entlnibiastic> intenupted cheers, and by ut J alii!,", uadiu .tilt city rl'UIiUI.1:: 1 me water 1 am suffocating.When mischief for it. It.Keeps him island, \\heie the insurgent

4t!nated to the boys a handsome, at the close of his speech he ;;.N. 1). Hull, who bas been et I- : } we came out of the busy clay, and night making: were numerous and aggressive..
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-' t flag hence the "6rl11U Cliw 1'ust:: Otfiv.eut,: Fcru.tmlia, tunnel sinker biiiaciiits and boiling Owing to the
cheering; given three rousing cheers. .."::1" uuiong ina friuuud here Tue&duy. : } some of the boys were latter gaining- i

', oa the lioor under the One beans. / ground! rapidly these COO Span-
'f: Several of the soldiers who left[ Col. Weeks wiio called on next: 1tIr. D. M. Willn seats. '
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i u the Ambulancey
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'+-t: 1 Lore on the morning train yester.r.y and made a splendid;! speech which Corps; ut Jactvuonvilie, was vl- ..ttilt ;; fellow was swinging; to a lamp forgot to mentionthe iaids went on board these threo f

,l r.?.,.- t' had tQ wait in Baldwin t rn naP received by much ellthusin, his!: mother here Monday' uiia Tuc:,'. bracket: yelling fire at the top fact that' there is song red sailing vessels in an endeavor, a

..." _}/wur8. ATcbSrs. A. II. and H onerJohns / : Alter the speaking' the l large day'; of his voice, he said : For goodness mud up herd' 'flat is our only to escape from the natives, who f

'';. and Frank Moore took advantage crowd cheered Hampton, Lawtey, Mrs. L. B. Powell .and family.and. : sake boys have pity on I draw--lme1 for if yon get in i it would massacre them. TL0L >

of the wait District Iso. Dies:! Ada 1\'1-uu will leave _Saturdayfor knee,deep you are be and to be r.ndeitork; '
'...' long and : S and wound up by me the baggage! coach has hit yte to tow ihcso-

w, :: .. )home on a freight returning ton ton giving three cheers for UU lira d' lives Waldo fur fcevt-nu where d1l they}':;). 'illi visit err:<- me in the small of the back.'I' drawn back if you try to pull flare trah&p&its to Manila: Bay,.
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Uuiuber 10. --..... lord. :Miss : Tell the engineer t: to dirg it oil out. One of the I/OVH, started where. the Spaniards abolrd'or_
Mrytle Callahan, one of Jiou t-
+ The Black and White Puppy Alter the celebratiou: at the park l gomery'i oliarmiiiij young ladies who of me. When we found out down a hill the other day find t them were to fcurrecder to D.ew.: ..

... that was carried off last night I byruiue rthe; town was turned over to the} has been visiting Mrs.: J. M. Alvarez; that it was onJya. tunnel the I, he reached; the bottom with- ey if they did! not succeed ia f..,

:; mischievous is tin I boys, and they took advantage of m, this cay fur the past few week boys out piuch ertion on his part, reaching Manila under-cove.-
boy ? property were hot they said-it was .
the Major'egciierobity: ; untl ho one left
luesday uiotuiiig rUT her home.Ciltahau's o
'?V-<. of little crippled child onlyr } closed ,thejr tye; ill fciumber until i 1I.dri( departure WUH re- a shame. that they w renot and when; }heetrawled: back to 'of darkness.: ./

-;'-. r KIX' years old and she\ Would' not at'ttr 12 ()'clo: k. AuviJs poppeu; Jreted very much by her !any yfneud ;oua;! watledalatit: it. -We.1 arrived I- camp he resembled$I a cigar; Indian -. After the Layte had towed,

:;lw !have parted with it for anything, and! btlls rang and the a Aj ,,vas.! iu thn city. at the" Mountain City (Chattanooga or a clay: 2itn Lute. lie. was them. along thu coast a heavy

a* it wag her pet. Any one who 1' ablaze; with' had the a uorka good time for and uourb.EvtryboUj no. ,- ) late in' the evening and very muddy;I; Vie till} gvt iatnatianie Htorm cnmenp. making necessary t -

4'I..ill return the puppy!) to the \V.Jj. one wiil anon fur et J last night lor Party- nl lie Comiieicinl. stopped several hours. The : iis;' when it .ina.We fokthe gunboat! cute

..;: ; liaynee Co. will receive,a su U- 1u'1 I the history' of SSiaiice. : ija,;, IMr. IJodmau Jones: tendered his band played several! pieces for have \just lecfived i thgood her: ;ocvfioaeeIltd; proceed to-

!",:.:.-: b.uiu .reward and no questions} will e11u ttkuub&ed a grander ceiobru.tion. ti-' young friends a delightful party at the large crowd that wa3 out to I, news 'd i-f, Staike's victory Manila for assistance. Before-

G'.do bkcr. d.' the .New > j '
: Commercial and the mountains echoed
Tuesday eve tfS'h< she
i gettiugljbere was urea
\ bee: us and they said our band I' cI3
-- ning. Quite a number of the three cheers;, for Oxd Stark thn
flew Bank. was "hot btnfi"-the test Military by Atnerlcans nxt day, and

l '. Mr. :N. W. Hackett has:? opened Robbed lha Gravo. I I' young!' p opje v.-ere present and enjoyed band they had heard lately I our home. ;Dcn't'Wp wish we American vessel was dia-.

1iIf.- A startling incident. of which themselves: by playing : Ii&1tcri
'..r.. >?jp a new bank 'in the Morgan' ; >games After leaving Chattanooga were there now to help celebrate to find the three, trans-.

-:; ".-' 'Ie h+tildin The bank will take, up Mr. John Oliver, of Philadelphia lf and listening to sweet music inr- we crossed the Tennessee Iliv..rand but tlisf t' is impossible! "porta, but failed to discoverany

was the subject, is narrated uished by one of the ladies. 1 t
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: rte half of the building and the Deliciotib young curved around the'foot of I F.O 5 we will i I cheer again for] trace of them. The natiVes -,
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.. 1 as follows ; *! was in a mu bt : refreshments: were also Starke. ,1| f|
n'-'V..tk of. building the railing, etc., ) I Lookout Mountain.' It f !; on the adjoining coact saw
>' ,, dreadful condition.. My ekm -WAS served and the Juun g 'people' de.parted was one Well,, I will; cioee for this:
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: u rlt-arly completed. The name of j nothing o'f vessels. ThenODS'
any -
,. almost sunken of the grandest sights I have wetiVilli' I
i> yellow, eyes tong utj at 11 o'clock.Skin : write nuiieifext ;;
.. tht,* btt'ikwill be the Commercial. i i I Kong Press: finally reached
linne. AVe -
; ""',, i coated, pain continually in back 1 ever seen., [ ats} expecting to bo -.
:;" < : lkaK of Starko, N. W.'llaekettC mustered tho conclusion that the
1;,. and bides, no appetite. rauual Y Near Lookute, hitched on out ;soon. ves- _

,: .i i.-:" 'oiiuer and J. \Y.-..Jlorgan. ..i. 1ltsi if>tfrj t- growl te 'weaker dhy bydap'i'hrn ; :Diseases another? tngii and away we Cox:iLs PoaDrT. sels foundered with all on board.o,,

n..: C'pottier. ; Alr IIackett is! o had ..... I
ph}elciaus given me up. rolled towards Kuntsville.We .
. :.: : r: .le'e solid business!! men ,and FQr the speedy and NINE HUNDRED A standing array of a million ,
" Fortunately, a friend aaviFed t.rj'ing permanent::: cure,of PE SUE)). .
.. I slept the all that
tetter salt on cars
, : u, --. ah him..t ccrsa. rheum and eorema, ChamDelain's would! be powerless) to crush
."'. Electric Bitters; and to my Eye and Skin Ointment ia night and awoke in Huutsville Awful Disaster to Spanish Ttef- .. _
without un equ i. It relieves the itch ugees'Wb \\' liberty iu Great Britain and .
an
great joy and surprise, th fire t ere Tlefiag ; >
ing ind smarting almost instantly and early the next morning. It is I I
tattle made a decided ,imp'rovH.nient .J its continued CM effects a to Mnulin.I army of two million, that should

-,' CASTOR IA I I continued their ute for! scald cere. It also cures itch, barber's permanent itch, a lively place, high and cool], TACOMA, Wash I: Aug. 30. I undertake such a game here ,
head
t .' PC? Infant and Children.;. t trim three weeks, and am now a well 1 chapped hands, core, chronic nipples,core itching eyes piles and a'nd the nights are simply fine. The Hong Kong ,Daily Press isauthority I I would bo destroyed from the

Kiixl YOB,Hsia man. '1 Know they savrd u y iii'e;, I granulated lids. I The city lias a large cotton factory ; !
for
: Always Bought the-: statement faco of the laud-wiped out.
and robbed
the that
grave ot uuoicnrvictim. employes o'lir400 ; I 'J
: d '", I Dr. CaJj'3 CcKuition Peelers for that COO Spaniards and l&-' Times.Sa'csciibe .
.. mn tho )i Mo one should fail to horses are the best tonic blct'1 }hands mostly girls. Every Chattanooga_ "_

,. e', t...",e of A #T&z y', 1 per( l buttle. andvenaifnge. Price, 35centa. pnri5er Sold by I body seems to be hustling! here. i! l>iie&t*: >}lost their. 'l live.evero'j! i.. .

jG j au J., 1.. askiiis1 Drug Stu "Ia. I. J.. LI: Gaskini I We like to go'into the mount- j{I weeks ago wl}1 en.the Spanish: } for the Advocate
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