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i? The Blowing Up of the Battleship Maine. -two Hundred and Pi tY.Men Instantly Killed and Many Others WoiMed




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The blowing np of the United States. Iowa, now at tho Tortttgas. Captain I,: of the Maine. It is the town council of these :magazines? That, the inquiry nanco bureau, as to tho muse of the es- The evening papers, excepting La Discussion

.battleship: Maine in Havana"harbor on Chadvrick is commander: of the New Havana that has offered' to'coyer, all ex-,' : must'answer."A .plosion, is as follows: printed leading editorials and
disaster York .at .Key West.! Lieutenant Commander penses of tho funeral and burial of the :torpedo from below the waterline "As to the question of the cause of sentimental. declarations of sympathy .
Feb. 15 the most
was frightful Schroeder is executive officer of 2(34( men and two officers. might easily have turned in. ..the'p1.tes the Maine's explosion, we know that no with the Maine survivors. .. .....

that has ever befallen our navy. the battleship: Massachusetts now at the j j.I "Indeed, I do not apprehend any and set fire to a magazine, or- torpedo such as is known to modem warfare The flags; over nil the public buildings i .,

About 253 men and..twp: officers, Lieutenant Tortugas.Lieutenant. trouble in our relations with Am')rica: but I am not theorizing on that. The I can, of itself, cause au explosion o? and ships are halfmasted out Of reept'et: <

Jenkins did Engineer Merritt, ()ommnn er Marix is executive I am firmly persuaded, that this purely exteriqrand the interior of the hull will the character of that on board the Maine. for the dead.SIGSSEE : a
officer nf the Vermont. He was accidental catastrophe will make them tell the story. But I repeat, and I am We'know of no instance whore the ex-.?
were either instantly killed or drowned formerly with the Maine as executive closer: ; if' jjosyilVe\: raid cement .them firm In my conviction, the Maine did not plosion of a torpedo or dynamite undera '

before assistance could reach. ':them.Fortr officer before the detail of Lieutenant with SJill1Wth blow up from within. The blow came ship's bottom has exploded tho magazine WIRES HIS WIFE.
ALtbainians Lieutenants Hood "I cannot give you any fresh detailsof from the outside of.her magazine." within. It has
: Commander Wainwright, who relieved simply torn a great
.... 'The wife of Captain Sigsbee, who
and Blandin, and Naval Cadets Boydnd him. the theory or tirigin of the accident, hole in the side cr bottom, through
{ resides, in Washington, D. C., has
but I able to state that all the
am THAT TREACHERY THEORY. ,which water entered and in
Cronshaw were on )4 art the Maine' information and foreign consequenceof received n cable from her husband
WILL RAISE BIG WARSHIP.A sources Spanish which tho ship sunk.
when the explosion occurred, but ail are unanimous in attributingit As the details of the loss of the Maineare "Magazine explosions, on the contrary simply announcing that he had escaped

succeeded in escaping.The resolution offered by,Mr. Hale, appropriating to an explosion in the interior vessel published, there are renewed marksof produce effects exactly similar to uninjured in the clothes in whichhe
for the battleship similar to those that have occurred in in London.. not left his cabin at the time of.the, explosion
explosion occuxred'nt 9 o'clock at $200,000 raising sympathy They are the effects of the explosion; 011 board the
Maine and saving what property the American: ,, warship Cincinnati and only in the newspapers, but are to be Maine's magazine. We should naturally ; that he was well and very busy.

night, striking the ship forward under could be saved, was passed by the tenato several vessels of the European. : ,powersin heard on all sides. :Many of the' diplomats look, not for improbable or unusual His son-in-law Ensign! Kittelle, who i.<

the quarters of the men, most of whom without objection, being amended so as .the list four years." including 'the Spanish: ambassador causes, but.those against which we have on duty at the navy department, say

bad turned in, which accounts for the to authorize the secretary to direct that have called at the United States had to guard in the past. The most that the message v as sent to reassure
his
family, and as Captain Sigsbee natu-
the remains of officers and sailors be embassy.. of those is fire in the
common through
large loss of life. ATLANTA PRESS ON AFFAIR.Commenting .
rally is exceedingly busy no further private
brought to the United States for in t The Pall Mall Gazette, alluding: to the bunkers. -
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Au investigation of the terrible disaster : advices are expected from him until
terment. on the loss of the Maine, bravery of the American officer., says: "Many of our ships havo been in danger has
Li now under way. Tho bouse has also passed a resolution the Atlanta Journal says editorially: "Captain Sigsbee, for one, behaved at various times from this cause and he an opportunity to communicate

similar to that passed by tho conats relative "If the facts show' treachery, an indemnity with a splendid contempt of danger not long ago a fire in the Cincinnati'sbunkers by letter.

THE EXPLOSJOrTbESCRIBED. to the Maine. covering the loss of.'the battleship >worthy the. best' traditions of CleAmerician actually set fire to fittings,

-, :Mr. Boutelle in tho course of his re- and the terrible IOFS! of life, which or any navy." wooden bbxcs, etc., within tho magazine CLAY ON THE, CATASTROPHE.. _

A,. special from Havana concerningthe marks on the Maine resolution said ho is hardly capable of computation, should Based chiefly on two special telegrams and had it not been discovered;
disaster says: James Howe, the had no direct information official or be demanded, and at once. There shouldbe appealing. this morning in The Daily the time it was, it would doubtless have Senator Clay of Georgia, in speakingof

lap's cook, was the least injured of any otherwise as to to thefauso of the Maine no haggling over the matter, no hesitancy Chronicle and The MorningjPost, thereis the Maine disaster, said:
that were brought in while I was there. disaster, but that all information at The de much discussion of the treachery theory "Tho presumption is that the navy
ours.
on Spain's part or
I asked him how it happened. mand should be made instant, and if today. A dispatch to The Chronicle department will give careful and

r .411 don't know," he replied, speaking not promptly met the bombardment of from Washington said that Mr. Roosevelt thorough attention to tho matter anil

with difficulty.: "I turned in my hammock Havana should ensue and war declared.- and other bureau chiefs, as well as that it will make such report as it

at 8 o'clock and heard three bells Li a lengthy editorial on the subjectthe congressmen, are absolutely certain that may deem .necessary.:: If, then, it be-

fttrike. I don't remember anything Atlanta Constitution has this to say: treachery was the cause or the disaster, I comes necessary for congress to act, I
snore till I felt myself turning over and "There is to believe that while a dispatch to'The :Morning Pot am sure there.will be no hesitation iu
reason
.over and falling heavily upon the deck the annihilation every of the battleship Maine from New York says President McKinley -' I dealing with the matter. There is no

through a mass of smoke. I got on my and the deplorable loss of life resulting has long been suspicious of some rC proof that the Spanish are in any way
fut and worked my way en deck., WhenI therefrom the direct outcome of atrocious foul play, and is reported to responsible for this serious calamity and
got there the superstructure do:'k was are But the Republican have confidential reports in his possession we should be slow to make charges;

'd dipping nnder'water, and I jumped overboard administration Spanish treachery.: with its temporizing, which, if published, would cause without proof to substantiate them."
,
o to keep from being drawn into the immediate war. J
halfhearted and wholly unrepresentative M
euction. I picked by from The St. James Gazette the #
was up about Spanish policy, is indirectly responsible."If says con SELFRIDGE WAS SHOCKED.Rear .
the Spanish warship. Four more were duct of President McKinley in the da 1
the desires of the American people
1$ ..picked up by the same boat. They: wereDaniel had been carried out-if even the pledges .Lome: incident shows he is not seeking a Admiral Thomas Selfridgo retired *

Cronin, a landsman; Charles of :Mr. McKinley's party: had been fulfilled quarrel and is "unwilling to allow his c, /, was a saloon passenger by tho
Berryman, boatswain; Albert John, sea -r- the Maine would not have been hand to be forced by the firebrands of : steamer PuMa, which arrived Wednesday -
man, and Bloomer, a kandsnm i." BATTLESHIP 1aI ;E. accident and the senate. Yet a president: of the morning from Genoa. Admiral

One poor fellow, whoso face was"in The Maine '''asloo1el upon.as a war.ship destroyed the civilized world would or treachery have been United States, though very powerful, 411cAMAI Se fridge left the flagship San Fran. .

jured past all recognition, was lying in that would give a good account of the horror of hearing of the results may be driven against his will.; Cisco at Genoa. Admiral Self rid '
spared u
a cot in the hospital. I asked him his herself. in any situation. She.was builtat of Spanish brutality in Cuba. For Other newspapers comment on tho first; heard of the loss' of the battleship

name and he mumbled back through the New York navy yard and since the straggle would have been ended disaster on the same lin 8. Maine at quarantine. He was greatly

horribly swollen lips: entering into active service, on Sept. 17, months and there would have beenno / shocked and grieved upon learning tho
s "My folks would fool uneasy if I told 1805{) has been continuously at work; necessity!ago, of exposing the Maine and SIGSBEE LAYS IT ON SPAIN. ; SuutE. terrible disaster to the United States

,-on." She was also a steel armored bnttlesh" the who manned her to the results The commander of the Maine, Cap navy and the great loss of life. Ho de-
-:_ So far as I can learn now the explosion and was equipped with two 10-inch bar- men A dispatch to The New York Journal tain Sigsbeo, is a favorite in tho navy clineil, however, to express! an opinion
'of
Spanish treachery.
took place in the magazine used for bct trurrets.. She: was 813 feet long the Maine sent to Havana? from Washington says: Captain Sigsbeehas department. For four years he was as to the cause of the disaster.
the storage of gun cotton for the torpe by 53 feet beam and had a displacement: "Why was telegraphed the navy department, chief of tho hydrographic office, and by
Cubans not to
Not to aid the
does. The vessel lies with her: bows of 6.CS2 tons. Her draft was 21 fc.et 6 I I: aid, the menace using the English cipher, that in his his energy brought the office up to a
the but to
wholly submerged and only a part of inches, which allowed her to enter Havana authorities Spaniards in, their work of Spanish putting opinion the destruction of the :Maine was high standard. He was lucky to get so STRANGERS ON THE SHIP.

her stern showing. :! harbor without trouble. She was the act of an enemy. important a ship as the Maine considering
; .. The explosion, which shook the city equipped with twin screw vertical triple down Spanish revolt against Sagazta'sbogus This dibpatch.has been suppressed by his actual rank, which is that of The New York Evening World

0;. from one end to the other, created th3 expansion engines, which drove her autonomy. the department, but it is known to have commander, but immediately justified has received from Sylvester Scovel,

.. wildest excitement. AU tho electric + at the rate of 17.45: knots an hour, and I been'received. He requested an imme- the department's judgment in their its correspondent nt Havana, tho following

lights were put out by the'shOck.. Fire she was thus able to make the distance VIEWS OF ADJ JANT KELL. diate investigation and intimated that selection by running his ship straightinto reply to an inquiry: as to

..,: engine rushed madly from one direction between Key West and HavUJ.in four'' the reason he sent all the survivors to a dock in New York harbor to whether strangers were allowed en the
t.:; to another, and no one know for hours. She had a maximum: coal capacity Adjutant Gcneral'J. M'Intosh Kellof :Key West was that he feared more avoid running down a packed excursion Maine the day of tLo disaster: "Yes,

certain from which direction the explosion of 854 tons.: Her sides were protected -:. Georgia, has very decided views about trouble. boat. This was a. display of quick judg- visitors were on the Maine all afternoonof

came. by 12-inch, her turrets by 8-inch, the disaster and does not' hesitate to espresjs The Washington correspondent of The ment, nerve and pluck hit pleaded the the day; of the explosion. The bomb

'_ and her barbetts by 12 arid 10-inch armor them. jGrtnoral Kell's opinionamounts .Herald says: that he stood on the bridge department so highly that the captainwas might then have been deposited near the .
HOLE IN THE SHIP'S HULL? She was armed with four 10-inch to a great deal?,for he is thoroughly of the Maine with Captain Sigsbee, a sent a complimentary letter.' magazine, as I have already cabled. Cables -

... guns in turrets, six G-inch breech load familiar with vessels. He was week ago yesterday, and the captain are much delayed here." This dispatch
The correspondent at Key West of the ing rifles, seven 6-pounders and four f second in command on the Alabama and said to him: resulted in catastrophe on board that I bears date of today.

Associated Press has returned on board Catlings. The Maine cost, i$ ,OOOOOO in was one of the last to i jump from the "I'dont| want; to be obliged to take: ship similar to the one on the Maine. t
the Olivette from the of the wreckof .
scene it When asked "I shall again emphasize the fact that
round figures. ship as was sinking. any coal aboard from Havana.. It wouldbe
the United States battleship Maine in ,I what he thought caused the accident ,to risky experiment. Not that I sus- no torpedo exploded without a ship has t WALES GIVES CONDOLENCE.

Havana harbor. The divers who have hand tended to strengthen the belief''i: the Maine, if accident it:was, ho said: pect any one in authority, but there is ever produced, or aco 'ding to our knowledge i
been working about her bottom have discovered that it was due to au aocirleut.: The ]1 "I think there was treachery and that such an irresponsible;; rabble here in Havana can it produce an explosion of a The Prince and Princess of Wale?

."'" an 8-iach percussion hole in resolution was adopted without a dis- j some Spaniard wr.s at tho bottom of it. and it 'ould be an easy matter to magazine within." have United sent tho following message to the

a plat:e. senting voice.PREMIER There is no similar case on record. I get a couple of sticks of dynamite in the States embassy:
Admiral Manterola has summoned "The Princess and Prince of Wales
I never heard of a battleship blowing.up coal bunkers without knowing it." SPANISH PRESS COMMENT.
s ''4 Captain Sigsbee to appear before Military SAGASTA PAINED. and do not believe it possible for the The Journal and Advertiser quotes M v M m request the charge d'affaires to

; Judge Peral to make the necessary J magazine in one to explode. The ships Assistant,; Secretary of the Navy Theodore El Liberal, commenting on the loss of convey to the president' and to the secretary

",. depositions. AU proof of the torpedo The Madrid correspondent of The New : are so constructed that it would be next EooseveH as saying: I the Maine, says: of the navy the expression of their
work will be removed.One .. horror at the terrible accident which has
York World ends the following authorized :, to an impossibility. The,idea of putting "I convinced that the destructionof "Such a catastrophe to humanity
the staff to the Maine their
of happened and
regular correspondents statement by Prime Minister dynamite in the coal is also absurd and I the Maine was not an accident." claims indefensible rights and the ran- profound
of the Associated Press here with them and with
' says Sagasta: j i 1 I'do not believe any such'': thing. I hnte cors of politics are silenced. Every spm thy
whole
of the of the hole ( the American nation at the
the report finding in oc
"We and
were grieved painfully surprised the8.pmiardssotb.\tmyopiuion may not WANTS INDEMNITY OR WAR. great calamity brings home to the two "
.. the hull of the Maine, evidently caused by the catastrophe to the :Maiu be an impartial, but they are treacherous j I peoples, divided though; they be by animosity currence.

by before ft torpedo the Olivette was sent sailed from Havana and from just We felt it doubly because the sad occur. : people and my belief is that them "! Judge D. M. Key! Chattanooga,post and rivalry, that they belong to
asource VIEWS OF EX.CONFEDERA TE.
rend took place in our waters.' H was treachery in the case in some way: master general in President Hayes cabinet ": one and the same family. Our noble.
reliable but
regarded as cannot "We cannot forget the sympathy that I hope that there will be i I ia thorough investigation ;' and ex-United States Judge, expresses !1 hearted nation, seeing: tho victims of the
be verified, owing to the strict censorship was.shown to us by America when we, and that the,rcal cause; "will himself"strougiy on the disaster [ Maine, forbears: to think of its differ- J. E. Montgomery;
at Havana.. lost our cruiser Regente and the I with the United States. Tomorrow once of the United States navy,
JReina 1 be discovered. When tint is done wo ences -
to the :Maine. He is
quoted literally oa
The report is not verified by the officers minister of marine conveyed to Genera]: can tell better what'to do." folows | It will return to the defense of its a commanding officer of thQ confederate -
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of the Maine, who have arrived at fleet during the civil war, and
Woodford the condolence of the Spanish rights against alL But for today it t
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catastrophe can: ,
West from Havana. the who raised the afterCommodore
frigate
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The navy departmant absolutely discredits convey to the American govern-, INVENTOR ZALINSKI TALKS. any Spanish officials or any subjects the immense misfortune., Happy wards the ram :Merrimac, was veryemphatic -
the story coming from Key-West claiming allegiance to Spain, I think today in declaring the sinking of
eminent
the sympathy of our sovereignnation indeed were the Spaniards who, by saving -
the United States should demand
that divers have found an 8-inch percussion .1 and government."You 'I] E. L. ::nski;inventor of the dyna.l .-. an the lives of the crew of the Maine at tho battleship Maine in Havana harbor
r hole in the bottom of the M: ne. enormous indemnity and use any necessary the result of treachery and act with-
an
may have noticed how general]l mite'gn.n and an expert on explosives, measures to collect it without de the risk of their own,were thus enabledto
i and sincere has been the friendly attitude declares: that the, Maine was not'blown No tactics'should be : prove the sentiments of all Spaniardsand out parallel in the world's history. In
lay. dilatory employed
COURT OF INQUIRY NAMED.' of our press in commenting upon: 'Up from within. '"Accidents, careless with Spain in a, matter of, this the traditions of Spain. ; M opinion war must inevitably follow.

,'. thisnnfortunnte catastrophe. I fee 1]l and 'spontaneous coracusdon," he said kind."No. .| "We do not know what may happen

' The' navy department Has received a confident th:1t'this and the equally; last night to a reporter, "have been amount of money can pay for the tomorrow. We are prepaid for any It KAISER TO THE PRESIDENT.

dispatch from Admiral Sicard, in rominand friendly conduct of authorities and l' elimt:ated from the navy. There was lives lost but the American people will event. But today let us pass the sword, t

of the North Atlantic] squadron, people of Havana will go'a great way tc J i a tune when the occidental dropping oft demand some htavV compensation for which we have been forced: to keep Immediately after the news of

giving th"detail of the court of inquiryto convince America that we sympathizewith t a shelTinight: have blown ,a vessel into the disaster and will not rent until they drawn, to the left hand, and let ua the disaster to the battleship Maine

investigate the Maina; disaster as her mourning for the gailaat crevand fltooas and has- done, so. Cut tint tune' .get it. Time has conic for decisive: ac- stretch out ther right hand, not to those was communicated to Emperor William

follows: I officers of tho Maine. +[lis pnsL tion." ;i who insult us, but to those who weep.'* I ne cabled direct to President :McKinley
Captain Sampson, president of the : ''We have heartily approved the conduct i "'\Ye 1U'e left, thru, yrith cal} one j I The'ImtxU'cia1says: I expressing his most heartfelt sympathyat

court Captain Chadwick lieutenantConomanderSohrocder of the military, naval and colonial 1 theory and, to my mind, it is a certainty EXPERT ON THE. EXPLOSION. "In the pr &;nre of this frightful dis- the loss of tho .Maine and so many j

Lieutenant. Commander authorities at Havana, whose spontaneous : -. -the Mainewa :blown' up by Soma j' I astere. may associate with our expres- brave officers and 'men. The Genn&a

Manx. efforts to alleviate the disaster have e> agency outside of, the ras: '.;zines, Did /The-opinion of aus of the leading naval -fiioTMEjojf. sincere and genuine- sorrow ambassador at Washington! was also in-. -

Captain Sampson, the president: of the 'elicited the oQcial thanks of the AmcricdaTul -. it come from the Spaniard was the expertin the United States of nigh warm.'eulogy: !: for the crew of the Al- structcd'to convey to President McKiu-

court, is coiaman-Jcr: of: tLs buttltofci? Q1' general :end; t:3: C: ... !: .i' bow so well dc. ;a-cd cs to: start one of explosives: Fro*sw, AJger oi the ..Oi'd' !onao'XL" ley .L:,majesty sincere. Cndoi nce. ..

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florida Semi-Weekly Advoc te. NO ACCIDENT. : HAPPENING Earnest. Weeks is the proud Household, Gods. Oflicial.., Directories' *

est in town. He believed -
boy has a new The ancient Greeks } .

:PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FBTDAYS' t' -- wheel.. that the Penates were the gods STATE.
-AT- As the Maine OF' LOCAL'AND GENERAL Governor.Wm. D. Bloxbam.
,. Investigation INTEREST. .'1 All the ladies are busy at who attended to the welfare and Secretary of State, J. L.Crawford.Comptrolltr .
STARKE. FLORIDA ; .prosperity' of .the family. They : :W:. U. Reynolds f
at Havana the Sitnation! S.
; by Our:Able Regular Correspondents. work in their flower gardens. r.aiurer..J. ii;\Vbltt1 ld. '
household
wero.worsh'ipped godsin ;
as Win. La
Entered at the poetofflce at Starke, Florida I Attorney-UeueroU mar.
as seoond-elass mall matter.- Grows Graver. Waldo 'can 'boast. of as handsome every' home. The household Commissioner of: Agriculture' I,.B. '
Itliddlcburff. flowers be found in \vombwoil. f
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Made all1> Mr. and Mrs. li. D. Register as can god of to-day is Dr. King's New Superintendent' of Public Instrue- '
Preparations, Being the State. Discover}*., For: consumption, tluii, '''.N. Sii uti.

;; the Country for War. the happy parents? of a lit- We havn't'heard of sick coughs, colds and for all affections ScrxEMS COURT. .
TEXAS R. HODGES, l which arrived any Chief Justice, R. F.Taylor. '
HAVAITA, Feb. 23.- t daughter, one ; ness at the Heights, but our' .of Throat, Chest and Lungs it is Justlcea aJiUou H..l\1..brItY, F. B"'
'EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.- recently.: invaluable. It has been tried for Carter. :
the correspondent of the''V handsome yonng doctor's buggyis COUNTY.

ington Star cables his Frank Copp, engineer of the seen going in that direction a quarter of a century and is State Senator, .A. Crosby. I '
The that Sam ,
newspapers say to cure or re Rapreseniativess; 1.. D.'Wall! and E.-
guaranteed money
to day as follows: filibustering steamer quite often. P.'Ward.;
Jones, the evangelist, has announced Friends-, has been at *. turned. No household should be .Tax Collector.J. C. Byrd.

himself as a candidate Inquiry into the Maine There will be a Washington's without this good angel. It is Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson.
r.. aster progresses along ou a short visit to his Treasun-r. E..S. Matthews.
for Governor of Georgia. Sam lines. The results so far I and children. hirth4ay celebration at the I plensant to tab and a safe rand Clerk of Circuit Court, Co.'. W. F.Ve..k .

has many peculiarities- we be summed up in the I Presbyterian church Saturday sure remedy for old and" young. \ Sheriff. S.B. Denmark.

hardly thought he. would ever that the probabilities that William R. Chalker has sold evening, Feb. 26th,.at 7 o' lock. 10 cent trial bottles at J. L. Gad- futility Surveyor, R. F. En8e ..

place on Main Street to kins $t01'o.- i Superintendent of Public. Instruc-
enter politics. was an accident seem to All are cordially invited. Drug tion, F. D. Kliell.

crease with the progress of R. Falana, and Mr. Florida is a.- great field :for County J ml geTJ. R. Richard.
investigation. Orange Heights seems to bea Jii"tico of tb Peac, for District
Uncle Sam is getting himselfIn and family ]have already at I railroad building and it is a No. 6, Geo. A. Gardiner.
'The good marketing place
most intense or
anxiety
d their "lIr.I C Commissioner ..1ule Turn-
) new home. uuty : ?
readiness for a "Brush"Vith shown\ by the Spanish least one naturally supposes 1 wonder to us that more capital hu, Dr. E. A. Todd, M; N. Biiuton..,

Spain. All the co st defense her, who are in constant I has rented from Chas. wvhen a merchant visits a town is not invested in these enterprises J. J. Cre\\B, D. W. Clyatt.CIIY. .

points are being strengthenedand munication with :Madrid. Bordin.- real often he has gone to .mar in this State. We have .

the gun factories are run realize that the relations hampton \ ket. miles and miles of territory that Mayor' A.T.. yon Kirn. ...
the''United States \Vere 1 Clerk. Gorge Gardiner.
ning night and day filling never could be opened up and oar Assessor! T. W. Sweat.
much in The F. C. & P. depot is be- :
danger of.rupture Miss Jennie Wilds of Ohio
.
offer Treasurer, E. P. Duncan.Llr:3hal
orders for the We are disposed to
people
government no'Ihis; is the general remodeled who's winter"* home is Orange ) !, J. P. Benuet.Nijrht '
will be ready to wipe Spain off ing. I railroads the best of induce- Polic-- N. .Jon-!'. &
Mr. J. C. Carron went to Heights, has been on a visit to xMdrrnieu F.R.; Morgan. Edward
Of the map in a few weeks if i "The commercial classes ments. Middleton. J. )1.'1ruby, N.\V. Hack-
on business Thursday.Miss Mrs. Albert Cutter and returned -
of American and J. W. Hicks. S
the necessity should arse.: are hopeful ett
vention lines to the Heights on Tetttr Salt-Itheum and Eczema.
on peaceful ,
Lee of Georgia is vis
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The intense itching and smarting,incident Church Directory. t
The Secretary of the Navy' what they base their her sister Mary'Grif-\ \Vednesday afternoon to the to these diseases,is instantly! allayec :
Pr '9l at present.
>yteriau'uo pastor
fi upon is unknown. sorrow of some our society by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
has Wednesday
appointed committee to Prayermeeting every
a
"1'lue insurgents continue Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
young men.Waldo have been cnred by it. It evening at 1 o'clock. Sunday tchooi
investigate into the cause of the win minor military succes I Lookout. for the canning fac. is. equally permanently efficient for itching piles and every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock-\;

destruction of the Maine. This The tonomists are Hampton is.still on- the was greatly favoredon a favorite remedy for sore nipples, Baptist, Rev. O. T. Loftier, pastor.
and of the leaders chapped hands chilblains; frost bites Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday.PrayermeetlMg ..
committee is now at Havana at some seem Wednesday last, by a visit
and chronic sore eyes. 23 cts.per box.. every I'hursday evening -
work and it will take a clear he on the point of from the talented editor of the .. at 7 o'clock.Sunday school every
away from "the Mrs. Griffin went to Starke Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders!, are cjtiuday morning! ut $>:&) o'clock.
report from them to convincethe FLORIDA SEMI-WEEKLY AD :lust what a horse needs,when in bad
Army officers continue to Wed Methodist, Kev. .1. A. Heudry, p:lR-
a shopping expedition condition. Tonic blood purifier and
American that itwas VOCATE. Naturally one would
people an anti-American "ermifnge. They are not food but tor. Services every Suuday, morning -

not Spanish treachery that. They are apparently the predict "a' bright future, for one medicine and the best in use to put a and evening. PrayeriTn-eting ev.
7 u'cluck.uuday
'aorso in condition. Price 25 \Yeduesdayieveiiingat'
w lit., cost the lives of so manyof our class that does not look for A certain young man must who so young has made such nt8 per package.prime t choi i nrery Sunday morning i

brave. marines. early, crisis. to take his girl to prayer rapid :strides on the road to ... at 0:30 o'clock.
(Signed) "PEPPER." Florida will be well represented ; EpiHCopal, l ev. F. R. Holemftn,,
ting sooner. fame as our handsome editor
clergyu'iaii in vb'arge. Services every f'
iu the
Klondyke goldfields .
.The Virginia House of Delegates The statement that the ". has. I 2nd and 4h Suuday afternoon at 3'3Oo'oiuuk.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Tennant of
this- Sun-
,
have penetrated the : ear. Three. parties Sunday school every
has passed a bill introduced die of Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs. Manatte day ufteruocu[ ut o'clock..
were guests and have gone already-one from .
part of the Maine and t
by Judge Watkins authorizing Christian, no ar ;;ent..Prayenneeiing .
| pastor pre
:Mrs. A. C. Durdun Co of la. who
- State banks to issue nothing in the magazines Sunday son Brooklyn, Tampa, "one from :Miami and 1 ; every W* Uiewlayeve'lug

have been guests at the Waldo another from Jacksonville. Dr 7 o'clock.! Stiiidy schoottsv. ,
notes redeemable in silver to indicate! : an explosion "'" : ry Suucltjy tnorniug! at 8:30-o*- \
Mr Oscar and his House 'this season, leftfor-theh' :clo t'. .
Florrid.
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bullion at its retail market. to be verified Attention is finclclen'g Arnica Salve. '
sister Miss \ home, :on Wednesday. They' -
value. This is designed so given testimony Maude, JAdtes.?
measure The Best Salve in the world rOt

to avoid, by indirection, vibration under water returned from a delight- were delighted with} Florida Cuts; Brulees: Sores, Ulcers, Sail Stance Lodge No.? 34, K of P. mectevery &'
and to have them withus
the.. 10 per cent. tax on State the Maine went to pieces. visit to Newberry. we hope Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Thurfdny> ,,7 p. in. %,4
i"J' again. Coa will be greatly \V. E. iCANC.C.
fi n1 The bill that dence as to this fact is :Mr. Willis Smith has Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and
: ; ;s. provides con missecLas he was the life of the J. R. DJ.VI.J, K, of R. and 3.Ilradf'rd .

the notes shall bo so printed or ic. How fur it justifies for the erection of his house. nil Skin Eruptions, and positively Lodge :No. 42, F. A. M.,.. ..

engraved as to be easily dis. belief that the explosion dwelling, which will add :3ure Piles, or no pay required. Iia I meeting every Thursday before thfot

from underneath the Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Cutliff guaranteed to give perfect sal 3rd SuudKy 1 p. in. .
tinguishable from Federal or ship, to the beauty of' our \\'. F. MALPHCR*, W.'M.
and little Milton of Albany isfaction or lefuuded. Price W; N. MEACIUM. Sec. -
national bank notes. No bank perts may. be left to son money I t ti

issue notes of this char The point has not Ga., who have been visit- :25 cent.per box. i May Lodge No. 10,I.o.O.F.,meets
4
may
:Misses Gertrude and Jean- everv Tuesday 70 p. m.
acter to an amount greater than reached where a definite and Cinnie ing Judge Coulter'sfamily, For sale at J. L. Gaskin's DrugS i I,. W. KICKLIIER, N. O.i .

can be formed regarding Sparkman left on Wednesday afternoonfor I tore: i \V.\. LUucaAM: Stc. .y. F
50 of its ,
per cjmt. fully paid up were the guests of the : !"
. unimpaired capital stock. marine mines. Outside Cedar Key. Dr. Cutliff is I Legislative candidates are
'
dence has been brought' : McKinney at Louise one of Georgia's finest dentists.He > coming out in several counties PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.L. .. ,

The Times-Union and Citizen regarding the construction makes a specialty of bridge in the State. They believe:in
such but it has G A SKINS. M.D.,
a system, Mr. and Mrs. Cutter Mr.\ L. J. .
"Nine and crown work and the false the old saying about the early .
says: years ago we lost been sifted. Spain's offil' ..pfiYSICIiS AND SURGEON ....
and Miss Jennie Wilds ,
the Trenton, Yandalia, and were surprised at the ) tooth is "out of sight. The bird and are taking time by the

Waldo attended the Wash Doctor, and while in fore STARKE, FLA.
the Nipslfh the. harbor ofApla with which the .family lock. .,

Samoa. And the loss administration declined to Birthday Hop at the Cedar Key will be royally}) Educate! Tour Hotels With Casi-areti. Office at Gaskln's Drut Store.

- mit them to share in the haIl on the 22nd.A entertained at the Palmetto Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever
gave the greatest impetus to vestigation.In 10c,25c. Ir C.c.C.fIII.dr11gstrpfindrnoiey.NoIrisac: I A.L. SCOTT. M. IX.
Hotel.
the construction of an American the face of these few of our young people Guaranteed tobacco for habit Fifty cure Cents.makes weak ",PHYSICIAN AHD SDRGEOH( ",. -,

navy ever known in onr it ,looks very-11111011 as if getting up a crowd to view To Our Customers. men, 8U'OD.4l. blood-pure.- We.'1. All druggists: STAP.KE, FLA. j

history. If the disaster of the Maine was blown up from sink-hole next Saturday. Chamberlain's Cough Remedyis t
Office Gain's
-JOB PRINTING- at Droz: Store. j jT1
Maine has been occasioned by outside and the will be for the pleasure of the best cough: syrup we have 1

any defect in construction or seems to be getting ready: : Maggie Aytes, as she x- ever used ourselves or in onr .L. STEWART. !.LD-. ..
her loss as well as Bring It to THE ADVOCATE office
avenge
families. W. H. Isaac P.
the arrangement of her magazines loss of her noble crew. to leave us soon for her King, -U.EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,,,-
in \ King and many otheis in this vicinity WE: CAN DO IT. f fr ,
the death of sailors Tennessee. Miss Mag
our every point along the coast have also pronounced it AS YOU WANT IT.WHENYOUWANTIT. t STARKE, FLA.

may prove martyrdom in the tivity is shown in getting has made many friends dur- 1\' Offlce at Starke DrugCo.'
the best. All we want-is for peopleto
.
cause of their country as price-' forts and defense is in shape her stay in Hampton who- try it and they will be convinced. V TRY US POWELU M

less as if they had fallen in our navy congregating regret to se ': .her go. TATE n.
honor there is
convenient place s<5 they Upon no The BIGGEST OFFER YET ",PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON....
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battle. Are
onr other warships

I work to advantage.At better that we have ever tried,and I'
Waldo. ,
",0. STARKE, FLA. .
equally vulnerable? ,Charleston, the work we have used many kinds.-R. A. ,_ .
Mrs. C. B. Farrell THE FLORIDA WEEKLY ADYOCATG
is in
the govp-rnment.fortifications! BLAKE &'SON, General Merchants, Over Women thirty yeArs and Children.experience Office In Starve Diseases! of

The House appropriation being rapidly pushed. The this week. Big Tunnel, Va. Sold by J. L. TWICEAWEEKJ3ETROITJPBEE AND Drug Company. .
THE
committee has recommendedthat guns are being mounted Mr. and Mrs. Casvvell] are Gaskin DR.J. O. IIAYNE3
action, but some of these PRESSBOTH
Florida get only $450,000 in the beauties of Mel- Beanty Is Blood Deep. .DENTIST ...
not yet repdy for service. PAPERS ONE: YEAR
Clean blood clean skin. No
means a '
and harbor
t for river improvements i is little or 'no powder on this week. beauty without Cascarets,Candy Cathartic FOR ONLY $1.00. 'STARKE, FLORIDA..
clean blood and keep it clean by -
and pf that sum is your
part for firing the 800-pound Dr. John Alderman, of Mel- stirring up the lazy liver and driving aifim.purities ; THE. TW 'A-1iEEX DETRD1T FREE nESS needs DO Teeth Office.at residence on South Street.
to be expended in Cumberland jectiles but it is said the: from the body. Begin to=day to ;noted inuudocuon.writerhave us given many It special a wortd-widerepn-articles by aanjtnfetlca.: extracted AU tnartt palnJeJy of dental by meanm work done of local al
in this week banish
town boils
was: pimples, blotches, blackheads reasonable .
In .short it b one of the cleanest, cha.r"ee.TUOS
nition i is to be shipped at tiitiun.
Sound in Georgia. This small : and that sickly bilious'complexion by takng: brightest and best papers published.. NopftLfl
The New York force is dental work. Ciscareta,-beauty for ten cents. All druggists or expense will be spared in keeping upi I ,E.BtGG
amount will! be disappointing to ,satisfaction: guaranteed, IOc,25c,:i0e. :s pr*>sen t Bjgb st and ard. _
busy putting the guns in Miss Annie May Hubbards Remember that by -takIi.g advantage of .
it is evident l 52 Attorney-and Counsellor at
our people, though tbi4 combination you ret copies of THE Law -
for war. ,The officials in Macon Ga. is visiting.Mrs. Mr. F. C. Helbig, a prominent FLORIDA WEKKLT 'ADVOCATE and 104 copiesof >
that no lack of energy on the believe the forts would he Church, ', druggist of Lynchbury, Va.; says: THE FED:PRESS 1M papers for only'l.co. STARKE, FLA.

part of Florida's Congressmen.i, to protect' the'city from on street.! "One of our citizens was cured, of A-500-PAGE BOOK FREE. Offlce. : at ReddeneA!-on Caerry Street.

caused tho recommendation of ships.In Mrs. Tuttle of Williamatic
rheumatism of two : stand- '
years THE FREE PRESS -
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the pittance.. Flori a.'sAgr 'vi tube Fort which Sumter commands a ., .is stopping with Mrs.. ingr by one bottle! of Chamber- A2.cal: Year Book and almanac for 1898 RF. -- CIYILEyGKfEER. .

ing commerce and importanceas. I H. Bell on Cracker Hill. lain's The
i is Pain Balm. liniment.is CCHRECT, CCKCKE, (CIILTLOVER COUNTY SURVEYOR.
harbor
etrance to the, ,N *.
a State of vast sea coast] famous for its cures of rheumatism .20000 COPIES OF 1897 -
pared for wprk. The Frank Weeks rand G. O. BOOK WERE SOLD AT 25 Professional: tawIzg.1ue Printing. Qtl-

bhould be mOre liberally pro.I consisting of eighty-five : ing drove down to, Gaines- ; thousands have been delighted CENTS EACH. mates of work forakteJ application.O .

- -rided for, and we feel'assured on Sullivan's:'Island is' on Wednesday, .and in-- ) with the prompt relief that An teL accurate yoa and all you superior want Book to know of Reference. There C,O:: on Can atreewith C.L.Peek.EUWARDMDDLBTON'. ..

an effort will be made to increase for any orders that may be s '- which it affords For sale"! by J. Educator wUl cot be and a useless Hnnd Book page of in Encyclopedic it. A Practical In- :
in two bykes. ..
new
from Washingtoni ftnmaUoa on'subject* Statistical Official. ;
L.
the .
amount before the Gaakinsli Hi'>>tI\r1caJ.,1-"o11t1cal and EgriculLura1HJewJica .
'1 ,At Montgomery the Mrs. Morton after a pleasant Cook of Religious Fact and general Practical ., ., .
.report is finally adopted. Senators ; Fon 'SAT&.-25 cords seasoned. Direction on every- uncut of state has arranged \\ t Home and Farm. ,
isfer I
her Mrs. *
Pasco and Mallory and _t; to Sump- wood. Apply to Walter Vv'illa. A copy ,of this boot win be sent to eli.rsb- '
local firm and ?
a, to repair cribii.- teunediateiy and seudin'15 cents&ditional P2OP2I2TOROFStarke .
Parker. has returned to her .
:Representatives Davis andS fot raiUinKerpensea.matiDgSI.15In S :
in condition the
prime ) 'Tobacco))5ptt tad mob Tour life ITT ,.- Ui.' The book wSU be published about D cnber > : ,. '
Sparkman should be on the rifles belonging to the : I' at Port; Tampa City. To quit tobacco easily and forever.Lex&a' ? to ail K.takiit 1S97: advantage Copies of the of tola book oSer.will as be fcoon Beat (I; Livery, Feed and'Sale' .
I netie.full of life nerve and visor, take NoTo- .
National Guards. after above date a*possible.Do .....
alert and in their best licks .
put The. social Tuesday: .
Mite on :Bac.wontier-worSter. that makes weak men not delay but take advantage of lbs: remarkable *
tIre From all over the stron:. -AU dru jlats.50c or SI. Cure guaranteed. liberal oSer whica we wake..foraiiclted
for Florida's share of pub in; was:"well. l attended and Eooilct and sample tree. Address: time! only. by .p dat arrangementswith STABLES. '
come reports that Sterling r..emOO"CG. Cnlcugo cr::011' YorfcTo the pnolbbera. Ectuesber ire SKL&belt -. .
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. time. ,
I- lia-fonda. However, their at- are being made for trouble :report pleasant Fi !, papers a fell :year for ii.CX: and you cia have 5' 5 .
& of the .book by eeaStsg ISceatssdClUoaal. ::: ,
copy
tdotiopi it is believed, will not : Uncle Sara-will be ready for iar] _it., waSu a' grn d'suri. Car Con tpatlon 'Forever. Addre$.. ., '
,. 'Take Cascafeta Candy Cathartic. lOc or 54It FZOBEU WSZJK.T AETOCAIS. :rzi J:cn.: : w EtSW u, TEJGJSra -

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NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS. Tile Concert and t .;'Dance.. Geo. )JIcLeod and little sis- ---'.-'.fIIiI.c,:"'" :::c.:"" .c;.-'!+#'W;. ."'" i.a:: :
e: -.e.e: -+ : .., ;r; ;;p. ,
The concert and dance by ; of Worthington' ,. were visiting in 1 "
given
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... the Victor in the ;,Tbur dat'" ill THE C..B. .
Cornet
GATHERED. IN CITY'AND NEIGH. Band lust Tuesday I ROGERS CO., i/
BO HOOD.' evening was a decided success Mr. Lyndi;of Gainesville, pass ill '
: 'J rouJh; this city ,yesterday en IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ITEMS.PERSONAL, PERTINENT &:?ECU JAR. in-every respect The witherwas : to.Jacksonville ;r.A.=Z30T'W
.. % favorable and a' large crowd
it 1
-- ---- ;,Yo A. Burns and W.. T. -- Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc |
Weather Forecast was present, nnd heartily enjoyedthe city '
f ,of Belknap, Ill., are in the !t
entertainment which was participated Mis : They calculate on locating in SOLE .AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the

For Thursday and Friday in by several of Starke's m Falrbank Canning Co: Lion Brand trado Qn\} o to s. from conffl.

; fair with rising tem most- The bund Mr. i m atimera neither solicited nor dc-,! \
talented people. .
John Hull
;; ,who>> has been spend Canned heats -ircd.
perature. played intervals during the eve town 'few days with his parents iu

: ning. and the music was welt rendered Dr. -city| returned to Jacksonville Qnotations ldade Promptly On Application. g;
I Jim selling go da CHEAP, CHEAP .
I'f and appreciated by all pres- from '. ."!!o. ....... ."" .... ,.
I f ," for cash. J. W. HODGES. entl l a Mr. W. T. Weeks and daughter 't iiI''P1' '_'"" 'p.- ",,, ''''''_''''''' t-.IfI-r.-. ......"..".."....'.-'".'.''-"'''.'-'.'. .; : :

, Mr. D. R. Edwards, of Lawtey, Mr.\ R. F. Eusey and Mr. Ost was in ; leave today for Mikesville ...
.
I re Uf-y will upend a few days ((15 '"':'r.AC-.7'3 J :::1.060._
his the finest team of horses in were first on the program and bits W 0
friends.
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fie county. sang a. beautiful, duet, which was "' R. 'v. DIXON & SON A .
U
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i r ', Geo. Douglas has sufficiently ,
: The recent cold:! wave did not do loudly applauded. Miss Eva Truby Mrs. } to be at his post again be W d' 2

: as much damngo in this section as ,: next rendered a catchy song in iu the .'ouut r8 of the Hackett Dry a GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS GL

I was first expected.I splendid voice which was applauded :: Company.". ,
I 190 and 190! Duane' St., New Pork. p.
i Strawberries in loud, and long. Mr. Ost, the, on .- Ir. Winter, who has be 'n w
are coming I C
regular plfenominal baritone, sang 'A Son : Mr. K in South+ Carolina, p.nxsed Southern Fruits flfl&
I now. It will not be long before Vegetables a Specialty.W S
of the Desert Am I," a classical here Starke yesterday en route to
I the season is in full blast. r at Waldo.. w n"e lJfa1.e a Specialty SJ.tlwbcrre.tf and Peaches M
I baritone sung.! The applause Mr. .I
Thl'ouyllollt tile Entire .
! I am headquarters for good lasted over two minutes. Next on was I. C. Walker ami family left : 3 leer.Q D:II
for Gainesville where, Mr. RF.pvttuscr-IrvingNational Bank, XewYorkandCommer-:
: goods and strive to please my cus- the program was a duct which was Dr. has accepted a position a!! a: ciul Astencie... P1Ww -

tomcrs. J. W. HODGES. rendered by Mrs. Hercules and ional t
f I operator. ; TC I"OR 5T2 cr: :+. CTA. 1'3. ::':'0. Y'A.

t. Mr. J. M. Alvarez has receiveda Miss Alva Johns, and was heartily Mf. : I jiv. E. Baker, the genial repreI ,

car load of brick to be used on appreciated by the audience, who trip t*> I of the Ocean Steamship; A. JOHNS,.

t his now house near the Baptist applauded loudly. Chas. Oat, Jr., Dr. 1 ;ny was talkiui, in the interest
I : visit company hire Tuesday. STARKE FLA.
,i church. came next and brought do< wu the ,

house by playing "The Old Folks D1 r. : ., E. Strong and chinning
If the weather man will only at Home" on a little tin flute. in the **, Misses Catherine Mauetha: ..Poel Y Sta111e and Fancy Groceries

f E 0 keep frost away for a few weeksStarke The:auJienco Miss **, left'l'hursday for a pI.as- .
thought "t'was really
EI : with friends at Melrose. Country Produce Ftc.
t I will soon be shippingberries sister! ,
cute. Miss Lizzie Sweat came
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t by the car load. and'Mrs. G. E. Fuller" and Mr. .
next on the program and was applauded Mr. : A. Stevenwho, are visiting When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give T me a '

: Just think of it, we give a paper as she rose to sing. Miss the Mr.! Shipman, (!'f Lawtey, CalL I will make it to your advantage. .

1, twice-a-week all the year for $1.00. Sweatsang a beautiful song in Mr. ':; in this city ,u a visit; '1'hur day.
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Keep up with the news by subscribing splendid' Voice and the audience trip to .A. M Ackerman came'Oown' E. W.
DRIGGERS
\ for the. ADVOCATE. appreciated it very much. The Mr. Jacksonville Tuesday to bo with !; 1

, Please! bear in mind that we aro next song was the hit of the evening CAT: .who is suffering with
limb .it the New LIVERY SALE AND FEED
" Mr. Commer STABLES .
headauarters for groceries. dry and was rendered by.- Mr. K. tine .
!
J goods, hardware, etc. F. Eusey. It was "A Hot Time in -

J. W. HODGES. the Old Town." Mr. Ensey was day.Mra. : To Know.' )) STARKE, FLA.<--w

.I..v .hL"P:. un ; ". .
<)IrAruga'n. The "u "rl then tom
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best
that the medicine
......,...boys, and got ready 101 the nth. pleteu the evening's entertainmentby ..1 day, -' .* r toring the very tired out nejvous FI I Make a Specialty of .Conveying Traveling Men to Points in the Coantr .c .
It looks much like 'are ,
very \vo
tae is Elec-
.
\ going to have just a little of it playing "Sweet Ro?'i 0'Grad-' .,',! B>ikRrf; : Bitters.healthy,This vigor medicine i iaitable SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND
4 and 'The Old Folks at Home.1After uesday.dg .. BUGGIES FOR SALE.
, -- : I -" acts by
amy way.Mejsrs. t giving
the concert the Mrs. ( l Y ee centres iu the

Hoehle and Sparkman, :. people enjoyed a delightful dance among to h the U'. __ 'Emulates.. the FOR

.aF j contractors and. builders,' ,!re. which lasted until twelve} o'clock. nesday.M and, kidneys Kent rf and'-- wrfca aids.' *thesA-........

.,F building, an addition to the residence The band boys wish to thank all 1s8 )in throwing impurities JWQLABS. JOB PRINTING

of Mr. E. E. Johns on eo blood. Electric Bitters. I '
those who so kindly assisted themin Boston jUlINO. HK f TO THE < FFICE OK THE
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Church street. giving this entertainment.Fruit Waldo. e8 the appetite, aids diges YOUU v, r ,-

Mr. E. E. Johns carried J. L. Mr. and is pronounced by those JlfSEMF WEEKL"v Afe IVOCATE.
d'" Growers Meet. have tried it as the very beat FLORIDA I

,f Wright to Turapa Thursday to purifier and nerve tunic .
Wednesday at 2 o'clock the
take him before Judge Locke for te.'t. .' Sold. for 50c or $1,00 per "'" .
Fruit Growers Association met ia Mrs. ....
failing to appear as witness in at J. L. Gaskin's Drug '
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tho United States Court. I I their building for the purpose of her WE PRINT -

,
.J electing a manager to manage the this

. The electric lights failed to shine shipping of this seasons straw- Mr. Special Notice.(! CARDS, r TAGS,

: Monday night awing to some little berries. Mr. Henry Hoehle: was after a office of the FLORIDA; SEMI- CHECKS, LABELS,.

j. mishap at the works. The trouble elected to fi1! the position. Mr. at ADVOCATE is now equipped TICKETS, BLANK,

I has been repaired though, and the Hoehle managed last years berry Mr. job printing as i it ENVELOPES, CIRCULARS;

lights now ehine every night. business so successfully that he farmer been before. We have BILL HEADS, I STATEMENTS'

r : almost to its equipment in this de NOTE HEADS, j LETTER ; -
W o..llrc having beautiful weather was unanimously elected ,? HEADS
)! new presses, new type, *
this ETC.
now and planting operations can year. ETC., ETC. ,
line of stationary suitable
go right along. A few warm days WE .
Livingston-Weeks. Weiln" kind of work. We can MENTION THE IMPORTANT '. .; :
will hustle the '
berry growers especially Mr.\ Geo. C. Livingston and Miss Mr.
anything required, and
if this good weather con- guar R EUISITESSkilled/ Printers 1" ..
Jessie Weeks were married at the c to turn out work that will 1 .
tinues. '
handsome residence of the brides here 'the most fastidious: and -TOGOOD- / Good Paper, .

} -. Starke can be made one,of the mother in this city Thursday evening Capt. of patrons. Don't send .

prettiest little cities in the State. at 8:30 o'clock. Mr. Livingston Gulf a rip here for your work, but give -- WORK: 4 Presses; .

It has tho natural! beauty and if is one of tttrk+i's handsome opportunity to show you Type : .. .. ,

our people will only "brush up" a and obliging young business men Col.! we can give yu in quality rAnd r .' "'"..

little around their homes and use while"the bride i is!: one of this city's Jat: ,

b white wash we will out-ahina 1 all most charming young ladies. The \Ink.aaa -

our neighbors.We ADVOCATE congratulates the happy I left Mrs. 3-l choice lots, right in \

can make your berry receipts -, young couple and wishes them along at of the city, that I will WE HAVE ALL THESE. ee: :
.
and happy lift of for cash, at a very low
and berry tick'ets better and
Mr. 1
For further information, 'We Solicit: a Trial Order Satisfaction Guaranteed.
cheaper than you can have them Double ITlnrder. piano
at this office.Advertising.
made any where else in the State. of the Office in Postoffice Building Call and Boa Us.
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Yesterday evening we receivedthe .... .... ._, .
Come and see ours3mples and get Mr. J. Kates. "' n. r --- -___...,. 4
news that a darkay by the
ou3
our prices before placing your name of Moore and his wife were town rtlsing rates will b< as reasonable

order any where else. foully murdered at their borne \ with keeping up a good news CANDY
Mr. It is the purpose of the publisher to
The ADVOCATE can do your printing near Lake Butler Wednesday night farmer j i clean,attractive newspaper with only CATHARTIC

in first class style as cheap as by a person or persons unknown. town ( proportion all will be of seen advertisements and read and as none will

you can get it done anywhere iu Moore and his wife wore both shot. Mr:. behind a mass of others. Rates will

.. the State. We have the type, the Their bodies were not found until day : .and will be made known on appli

:' presses and tho workmen and we Thursday morning. They leave. a tives at

? spend, our money right here with house full of little children. Mr. 0 : iaii CURE CONSTIPATION

A 4 yo.ii, so patronize ,us instead of I I chant :! C
" A Quiet Wedding., .this t i
sending your work to the city. city iiil JOe '

The ]ladies of the S. L. I. A. de- Mr.,LorrIe B. Collins and Miss MR i 25c: 50c ALL
Fannie Powell, daughter of Mr. B. 1y t DRUGGISTSML
Eire to express thnir thanks to the other .....
Bradford County Guards for their H. Powell, of Maxville, were mar -t $ PATTERN." Af- i
:: iu the ried at the residence of th. bride B Mr. C. Ftslaon:be.! ,OriginaL Pexfect- ]DO YOU WRITE 1
courtesy allowingthem use Pries 10 and 1C- .
.: of their Armory Hall for the father;Monday evening. The wed man position t Ughet. None better at any cents price 1- IT SO WRITE RIGHT

entertainment on. Friday evening ding was a quiet one, only the reliable mcrclxant gels them in

last. The ladies also take this family and'a few friends being Mr. I-t every they,city can fee cr fizcJ tours by mail Ask fore-e 9/lTM pi .
el&er New York .
present.In : or _
opportunity to thank the perform cars, 'I: :: tafrpn. Latest Fasiloa Sheet ..

., 8S.make ono the and entertainment all, who a helped success.to Judge Rickards's,Court. Mr.. :I : -receipt__!-of cue cent .to.pay. _t ,

W. Frier vs. J. J. Fletcher, suit iting

A stranger usually judges a for reI.t"'judgment was given iu to her ALtS I

tuwn's. business by the advertisement favor of the plaintiff for $40. Mr-. .

in its l local papers, but i if Case was tried Tuesday inorning. : I, '....\<1t 1

:thY were to judge Starke in that visit ( hfm ladies? magazine pefclhSttt f .",..i.'
I .
A called meeting of the WaUo. 1, for the fccine. Fashions of ft ,
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way out merchant would make a executive Home Lftcralure; Houscfcold I }' ..;. .\ .
:: showing. Advertising committee the county Sunday Miss Fancy Vak;; Current Topics= 7 ? : : '1'::.:
poor
very- School Convention hold I ville'a. I ,all for only 50 cents a year,fa- I :.- (i> **%:.$.
makes business and oar businessmen was a free catkrn, .
own Ktec1i
yocr
: should use printera.iuk more.1iberaUy. at the M. E.parsonage Wednesday is ''I ny time. Seed two stamps I: am Sub-Agent for Bradford and Surrounding
.this! tit y t copy. Add: :; .
evening for tho of Counties for this Cele
Neighbor, send uaanadverireenjeiit : purpose arraoging f ..
,.. E-I vL.cALL! Co"NrPAJrV
= -
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of your business a p:o;ram for the convention ti brated Typewriter. .
her ) & Vest JitS SJreeJ Nsw Yotk. i :
dud we will t shdw. 'yon: .jnst howtauch which :will' be held at" this. placeMarch aftera ; Fi & Aveaw, CLlcjgo. i Jan .I8ellYouOno ? T B. HODGES
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it willdo.. f.and flr ,
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State Press Association. To the-Ladics. ne t,'::trid pretty r RAILROAUS. '
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,FLORIDA MATTERS.EVENTS II FASHIONABLE DEESS-MAHNG( '' : .1.1ay

.Colonel T.,, J. _Appleyard. of visiting card is something that ",

Sanford, secretary- the Florida every lady young'or old, is proud F. G & SHORT-LINE : :, ,

to Now,we have hand,
AND TOPICS OF THE possess. on ,
WEEK. Press Association, was in a quanty of the very hest cards c! \ est a-meS Tompsctt &. Tcnnant .

Jacksonville .}Monday, arranging and the type, ;:etc., for turning'out NORTHEAST WEST
]LATEST PARISIAN FASHIONS ,
Gathered From Our State Exchanges. : with President Stockton, as nice and dainty jv! card as you : OYER ALVAREZ'STORE.STARKE > .

'" by' direction of the executive can get anywhere DEPARTURES. AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS ; FLORIDA.

The Country Club :races in committee of the body, for the I -- -- -- ---: -::-- -


Jacksonville Monday were annual meeting at' ,DeLand on STARKE FLA. RAILROADS. ...

attended on account of N O-'1 0, daily, leaves 2:18 p. m., for an
poorly Tuesday, March 22. It is the points: orth and West connecting at Jacksonville .

the cold weather. wish of the newspapermen and /S;* Cincinnati\ with and through Intermediate sleeper for points.New York, FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR R. R.


Board of Trade of that enter- NO. 14, leaves 5:12In.- daily for same
The General Electric Company v :' i points.named above carrying through sleeper Hew Florida and northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
South Florida thata
town
prising Tampa and intermediate to New York,
of Ocala has offered its points TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAX. 23, 18D8.:
full turnout of State editors connecting at Jacksonville: with trains from '.

complete electric light plant to :Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and all points ". -ij t I **
be had, and to that end extensive north and west also with trains for west DalY.Da1l1Da.lY I 3i I I Daily 33 Daily 3) t XOKTIIBRN FOISTS. DailyL3"? (Dally 37 I 33 '
the city for. $1 ,500.Abo'ut. sSun, ; 3:Sun xSunUaUvtTSiiTi Dolly925p I Daily
for the Florida.Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans,Texas :- I _

preparations Mexico and California points. 12[ 1'' ( 4 Pp.! ..... 815a_ ...... 80UpLv.3acksonville..Ar llOp 915a .. .. 86oa........ -
3 o'clock Monday meeting are to be made. At N 0>13 leaves 11:59 p. m. with connection i0.! ; :: : .

from: all ponts'and divisions. Through sleeper 2 ti 40p! .. ... 102U ......10lIp1! .. ...Everett... ..Ar.li'ooa 650a545ii ...... 845p540p 030a ......
morning'Mrs. Catherine Lopez, this session, the first in its his- from New York. 315 IOp\: \ 15 U1. ..... ...... ...... ....:.1 ". .....Brunswick.. ...Lv. ...... ..**." ......
N O': 9 leaves 10::3&.In. with through 34>p 855p>!... .....12 lip ...... .....Savannah....' ** 932 a610a..a 413.m..
who resides at 425 East Church tory, no "junketing" is pro- t ; sleeper 357p739p...... 500p:121: ........12iaa'Lv.. ....Savannah.......Ar..Lv. 9Ia 500u 61\Ot 4 ...... ......
connections from all points north west and ,...... ..... sssp'aoipwoop' : ..?.. 2 OSaAr......Fairfax, S. C.... .. .*.. 3a'53oa 22: :: ..... ......
street in Jacksonville was posed, but it is desired that all all points In the state. ...... ..... 24:: ...... 2 50 J .. u.Denmark.S, C.... .. ..... :2253 40% 131 ...... .... .
it 4 For the best map' of the state, sleeper or ...... ...... ...... 935p410p: .....1041a .. .Augusta Ga. ... .. ... .. SOUa .. .. .-.:.
burned the effects of shall get together and discuss .. ... .......4 4>a ....Columbia.S. C... ;3SOd400i 1 1247B530V ...... 11 5oa ...... .... .
.horribly other Information call on or write to ...... ....... ...... .. :..- .,. ... 11 25a Spartanburg. S, G.. ..... : .. .. ...... .. .. ....".
which resulted in her death matters of interest to the craft. D. GREEN Agent, ... .....,. ... ..... ...... ... ... 14.'i .Asheville, N. C... .". ......20,1. .. ... ...... ...?... .... -
Starke, Fla. It&p.-.v.! SU: ... ... 9 15a: .". ..Charlotte.N. C... 1OO0O4at ,..... ......
I i Fifty Years Ago. 12 3d ...... 1047n ..S Usbur.Y. N. C... 2470135u 8 sill ...... .8 l7a...... ......
To that end extensive
after a few hours. an pro- N, S. enn ngto:1. T. M. 2 .......12 10pI .Greensboro. N. C.. ".. 737j: .,. ..05a ...... ... ..
This 1* the way'it was bound to look A. O. MacDonell G. P. A. 3 ....... 30p u... ....Danville,Va. .. 12208 820] _'. ... 1)50-.1 ...... ......
gramme has been arranged, and When grandfather had his "picter took." Jackbon le.Fla. ..42a..9. ....... 625p .Richmond, Va.. .". .... I 12 WL .... :200u340d ...... ......
F ... .... .340p ". ..Lynchbarg. Va... .10361 4051 .... ...... .. .
At the town election held in These were the shadows cast before _J ..
to.members of .. ..
subjects assigned 6 ?a; ... 5 CharlottesvllleVashington. 8 nit 2271 ... l5.ia.H... ..
The coming; of Conjurer Dagnerre ,;j 9 .' ...... .. .. al.:.?... 9 :yt 1 '. ..\ .. .' 600; tl IStSOU; .. ..10 43.) ...... ...... .
Orange Park on Monday, the the association. This will be And his art;'like a girl in a pinafore '.--1: 11 USa '... ...... I 8:!<)Xa1015a() ... .1125pi2S6a ....-Baltf ore.. SUOt236i 942 1 .. 92tp8.V ...... ......
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Some day to bloom: a goddess; fair. The A. S R. t G. R. R. 118p ; .. .Philadelphia. 120 u .... ......
following officers were, elected : published as soon as the parties 353P ..... .......1:43D1...... C23a30Qp .. ......New York.., ." 12 lot 12 1 1S ..... 4 ... ...... -
Men certainly were not as black we know 110'Jp.. ... ... 90: ....... .......Boston.....__ I.OUI. __..... 9XJ);, ......
Mayor, Joseph D. Parrott ; who have been chosen to read As they pictured them, Soyea' 860.Ayer's Nul
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Departure and Arrival of Trains. CINCINNATI: -J ACKSONVILLK gkl3No.9! SOUTU ANDTLOKIDA Ws'1' 751315,0
1 Town Clerk and Treasurer shall be heard from. ,)' AND SEW ,
papers Macon. Atlanta, Daily1Du, ORLEANS. Daily Dally

William D. Ball ; Tax Collec- Discussion will be had on these, Sarsaparilla STARKE, FLORIDA.NO. ocec- iQ Chattanooaa. Chicago.Toledov Cincinnati -. n ti ..-.,1800a- Lv..Fernandlna..Ar.O-

( Detroit, ....i j 9la Lv ,. Callahan ...Ar ..... 4O ? .
the end that the i
tor,' Edmund N Hoit; Marshal, : to fraternity began to macro new men; just i dally, leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse o 0 Cleveland Louirviile. > Z Z: 940p 925a LV.JacksonvIne..Ar .:rla(> 3Mp p
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at be benefited. Brinkley and Intermediate points. This train and St.Loui.;. 1035pD5.3aAr.: .. Baldwin..Lv 645a'Slop
large the of
new pictures ..
may as men
Paul E. Westcott ; Councilmen, connects with the C. S. & F. at Sampson 11 50p\ 10 SiU1233aHJSa ...Starke.. .....". 5 12u 2 I\p!\
Every newspaper man in the began to be made. Thousands 8 I5a:' 8 oup, v..Jueksonv Lie..A r. Sai 9 SOp,! .". .. 'W .ldo.. 433a:: MJp
Junction for Palatka. Macon and Intermediate . .. ..
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Thomas J. and Earl 1020a440p 1OHpAr..Everet.t..Lv.! 6iJOa 630p 12Dp .Gainesville. ... .. :12:
Thompson State. whether he is a memberof of people fronted the camera points. 300a| .* .....Macon. .. ... 1 lOa S 3Mi, . ..1 n 30p I. .Cedar Key ..*" ..:?.. ,.nOjj
K. PaiTott. with skins made clean from HO. 3't-Saturdays: and Sundays only. Leaves 14)1'; 520a I ......atlanta..Ar 10537( p 5 25u 129a.1213a' "...JIawtborne.... 34KJ.3Wa., JOGp
the press association or not, ...... 530aLv..AUanto.| ... 1040p 502a.OOOp1 26Ja.12 40p .., Cltra......" ( I240p1202t
blotch end blemish, because 5:30: p. m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly and Intermediate ; .. .. 950j .. Chattanooga... 613 F .. 'a 11 p ....SilverSprlnJ"S.- ... .... ..
is invited to be present, ana they had purified the blood points,connecting at Sampson Junction. ..._.. 730p ..Cincinnati. ... '(31)11 8 30u 2ST:; 133p ."... ....Ocala.... ....... :!aa1147a
One of the large curing houses hear the experience of his for Palatka, Macon'and intermediate points., ACl1EVILLEROUTE. 4lOa53ta 22i

with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It ; 2 5Hx. ... Leesbursr.... 1132 P:1018.1{
belonging to the Owl Cigar brother pencil-pushers in the is then. NO. Si; second class. Leaves Starke 4.00( a.m- Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, ClnJacksonville. 6 II-a 324p450p "....Tavares....." 10 SOp 9.Va: .:
as powerful now as for,LaCrosse, Brinkley* and Intermediate Cincinnati and Chicago. 90u .".,.-Orlando...." 8 lap:> 8 3(>a -
Company of Quincy, caught fire "Land of Flowers. 'tIt Its record proves it. Others points.) ltaml 343p 517p 'VlZItel'Park...... ... 7-Nbt(
; 12 13am'Lv..Sava,, "_nah..,,.....ArLvl 590a Slip ",. St. Catherine.. IPI7ttaia
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imitate the remedy ; theycan.t NO- 2 arrives at Starke 12:1 p:m. daily. 500m.533a 332p437p: .Lttcoochee... 11 : .
about 8 o'clock Monday morning 4V.&Ar. .. ..Columbia . 2 47am .. 09p 0 <1 *
: imitatethe record : NO. 4,arrives Starke at 9.30: p. m. Satur. 1! amAr...... Spartfinburfr.... ....Lv 5 Supra 553.17VOa 34>'p n..DadeCit. ..n.. 1044pf, 931Ja
is not often that a physician "and ..t..Plant.C1tJ'. 0 21p! 8 42a
days Sundays only. 1..pm'Ar..HcmlersonvUle..Lv ..
i and burned to the: ground.The 300pm 810a I)"' '" .. ..... !
p 145pmAr!| ......Ashvllle. ', .Lv ''')1' .4. .Tampa 8 IQp 81 OOaWKMTKRN
recommends a patent medicine 5O Years of Cures. HO 6.:second class, arrives at Starke 5.30:: p.
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contained 3 o2pm'Ar..Hot Sprinsj-': L' No.:: No. 2 DIVISION No.1
building a large m. Daily : Sunday. '
except 70.m4r..ICnoXvUle..Li : DaU"Dally AND SEW OKLKA.: 9. D '
when he does,. you may know thatit l. .. CEO. TOSIPSETT. Gen. Supt.. 4 4.Vjin'Ar.: ..Lexington.........L> :205j; I -" '.
amount of bulk tobacco, little HOam'Ar..ljnci1nart-Lv: :: 5L p 423x1 Lv..JacksoavIRf.A ,16 .
.. : .
is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleveland ARTHUR.IEr S,Qen. M 'T. Starke. .,., Fla.,- __..3oamLv..Cincinnati.. ......... ... Hlvl'mr.J: 10. n25I\Ar'. ..Lakeri.. : ... -y.... ; '
or none of which was saved. Va. writes ''I THE ',: : 'Rr--p m.ar|' ..,..,1....-. lil Glasgow ..
: J acl2 clsQniUe"FIa: "
R ,.; 1 / Big FQttT.." : .*fc -. \ ;,. T 1 H", .....I..Kadkon ..'"., f:: .
The loss was very heavy, possi- have used Chamberlain's'Colic, ,.I..rL 'I 8SOaaiLv...........OlIlOi neat ,.....i,...Arpm Clia lt8.ip .......MonUcenoOf .. mt.. ,4
...
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bly $100.000. The building Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in NEW YORKTIIIICEA WORLD, .GAIIt1L}( t\;GOLF.w jbltoAD ca. ,8 OOpoaJAr.\ ......_..:Monl.nlroute....QklcaKO....... .. Lvf 830am t 830.Taliahassee.43011 ".'.. .Quincy "H"' :I19td.; .. .
5 15p ..River Jnnctlon." I240p!.. ...
M' TY.iECARDNO. StOamLv... .....Cir olaniti u.. Art ttOOprn I.. .. ., ". Pensacola.. .* ___
and contents were partly in- niy practice and it has proven to ; 7EEg j 500PiXl1Ar. .....Uhicago..Lv Oooam ..... lIOOp305a .. .....Mobile...'?.". 1131)1: ...... ". .
sured. be an excellent remedy ore a ON. l ..Jll.fo1rtlnd after Nov.7. I Pennsylvania. i-,..... 740i .....New Orleans _" .._.....
'
',. .. 2?o. 1. N',): 3. 1 ro. 2 No 4 KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE: ,
thorough course. oione 'cinehad '. e 1'" .... : <"1 Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS./ Daily ex., 1J: ly.Sundar Through Car Line. ST., ....LOUIS,, LOUISVILLE. JACKSONVILLE :
The citizens of ""; : .1.---r 1tlYagesa'\Yeek Sunday. No 10I TIIRdCGII SLJ-32PEU. .
No.
enterprising faUed"oV met I1r"f r .: At
: .. ... 'men" a"f' Lv. am. Lv pm. Ar. am Ar. pI:!. -' I I I 81-tf.miLv....... ....Ju.ck.4OI1. ....... t1 S i s'ra
; cs- YearFOEONE
Polk weeks.sitice. n'c", 15G Papers a 720 30J()( t..Galnesville.... 1100 1\10 800pmLv..Jacksoivije. ... Ar. 8;,,:;.am j l'J14pmAr.Everett..Lv connty some ., ..to. :"my. eats timeicivnd ,for 727. 3Iot..MinnieHill..10fi8 65.1 | '; ........ .Everett..Lv. 6iOam: sOOiiml<< *" .. ... ......Miicon... .. ...... ** I lOatu1055pm.-
the j .... .. every 730 315 t..CauuoIPs xin::.. lOr> 6:,0 IHPm\( \ '. .........Atlanta....__. .. .. 10 55pm 520am .. .. ... Atlanta ..... .
organized PolkCot1ntY'Fair ) diarrhoea." Many DOLLAR: 73. 3 t..HIcly Point.. IQf 64i: 1145am' .. ..,Hirmtnjrhan: .. 4 l>pra630am 650pin ........Chattanooga...... *f IOpIU
7,0 3t; ) f.\Vucuhoota. 1040 630 9 30pm .' ... ......Meml>ht+. .... : \ .VO) .........Lexington ._.. .... 10 5anx< .
Association j which 1 i hA. .resuhedt'tn 'other progressive physicians 800 345 .Flewell'ns eo.. 1030 6:!() 10ooam ..... ..prlnrteld. ....... 6 15pm: i'lll:' IPS") .. ... LouMille........ 14-'i:1D"'
-- w 80.5 :350t..Clyatt's .... 1025 615S 535pml; ........Ksa'ctttr. ..... .. i -tOan: 7 | ........?.81.. L aU.. ....... ** 9 15au .
the r-_ Published Alternate Sunday. 10 35a .... .Klrlwuod..IOIO 610 .
; Day except
... .. ;: ouncement that recommend and use this remedy every 815: 400t.... Elmore...... 1011; 6038I7 *This.train will coja ience ruaainy Wcdne.sdity January 19th. t
because always cures and cures 4U:> t..Tacoma..l\JUO COO
-' -, c eTfirst 'fair will be held in 8 20 41O !.... Taylol.'s...... 9-,3 !S j Si SLEEPING CAR STCRVICC.Nos. .
.
quickly. Get a bottle and you The. Tlirice-a-"Week Editionof 82.7: 4 151....Mlcarwpy ..... 95') 550S3.i 31 and 3:. NEW: VORIC FLORIDA! LOIITJO ViiSTIBULE. between New York
> Jack JDville and St AUjU-!lue.
: Lakeland Fla. :; 4 :!) r.. .Tuscawia.... 2,10 543. !>
on March 1, 2, will have .an excellent doctor in THE NEW YOUK WOULD is 831 4iO: t.Lale S Ilanton. t I 3.i 5,10 Nos. :3::) and :!Fast Mail; Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville: : and the Clncla .
all bowel 8 42 4 3Rickman. 930:( ;5.5 natl Sleeper via Aheville.NOJS.
the house for
.1* 3 and 4. Commodious buildings complaints, .
37 ond ;58
,; first all "weekly" papers 84" t..SoutbsWe .... 0'i I !' 53)S52 : ) carry through Klecper between Jacksonville and New York in connecting:
adults. among with 8 and 1.J: and 5 aDd 1 10( with Pullman .
both for children and 4 4) .lunJarv3.a .... C2)! 5i3 Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tan.pa.
have been constructed and in size, frequency of pub- 9 l1J' r.w t. .lr\"l1e...... 910 515 No. &1 carries the Cincinnati and Florida: Limited with theTamrM,Cincinnati..St.Louis and
For sale by J. L. Gaskins. .. ....rOl't Drape... .... .... Kansas f'lty Sleepers. These are brought to Jackv,nvllle by N 0 iJ.Koh. .
attractive grounds laid out and lication, and the freshness, Ar.am.: AI'pm.- LV.mn. Lv.rm ;. 1 and 2 carry the J ack-onvUe and New Orleans Sleeper.
t.-t legrtp stations'; Daily except Saartav. *:Duly except Saturday and Sunday. JThU tniln does not run .
enclosed and the intention is accuracy and variety of its f.-flag station Monday. fcSaiulay and Monday only. Connection at Tampa for St. Peters.bur Manutea
'Vhilefollowing the deer contents. It has all the meritsof J. P. BUNCH: Cen..rass. Agent.V. River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee for aU points Manatee:
make the first fair river. At Starke for Lacrosse. At Waldo steamer for Melrose Connects at Tallaeass est
to J. UERLOSG. Gen. Man.
a grand hounds, with forty of her dis- a great C daily at the priceof for Carrabelte St. Marks, and Apulacbacola. Connects at River Junction for fhattutooche.
River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connects Fernandina fort Cumberland -
success. tinguished friends near Aiken a dollar weekly. Its political Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick
-f -J. F. P. \IcMURPY All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
S. C. last Monday Mrs.\ W. C. news is prompt, complete, office, 20; Hogan Street. as well as at the Union Depot ticket offlce.K. '
.* At a meeting of the State and all its i INFANCY W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. E. MARSltALL t '
accurate impartial as Ticket Agent 202 Vest St. Jacksonville Fla.
Whitney rode against a scant- Bay corner Hogan, ,
Board of Health held in Jack- readers will testify. It is' GROCERIESI WALTER G. COLEMAN, General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville.A .

sonville recently it was decided ling at an unused sawmill. She against the monopolies] and for O. MacDONNELL, Gen Pass. Agent.

to change the time for institu- was struck on the forehead and the people.It KEEP-

ting .the? maritime quarantine knocked from her horse. When prints the news of all the The Best and Freshest Stock in Town. 5outhern '

' picked up she was totally in- world, having special correspondence -TRY rrE.ASlr .- -
the board
regulations as received -
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from all importantnews .,
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had """
and
sensible a long, ugly
notice that the United
points on the globe. It Rai1wa-y'
above the r ._. .
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States authorities had decided gash just eyes. has brilliant illustrations, ,


to establish quarantine againstall HOW TO FIND OUT. .stories by great authors, a capi- JjiOR'llJOICETS fiBSOL'JTELY l THE SHORTEST ROUTE. ;

tal humor complete mar- I
infected ports and suspected page,

ports on April 1st instead of Fill a bottle or common glass kets, departments for the house- CmiOTJGH: PULLMAN DRAWING ,ROOM CARB,.DIUINO CAIts
r ,
: with urine and let it stand hold and women's work and
.y. K twenty- THOHOUOHTABB COACHES, VESTIBULED TBAIN3.
May 1st, as has been the cus- other of VIA : -
four hours ; a sediment settling special departments r' ,mot. t z

tom.in the past. indicates an unhealthy cqudition unusual interest. I
WEST.
NORTH EAST AND
We
offer this unequalednewspaper i
of the When urine stains
Capt. C. L. McKinnon a kidueys. and THE FLORIDA ,

prominent citizen of the State, ney linen trouble.it is positive Too evidence frequent! of desire kid- SJDn-'V}:EKrY ADVOCATE to- 2a J fj k f1 i TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN I- --L. FLORIDA 11Washington AND THE EAST. 1

while on his to De Funiak gether one year for $1.50 Dn VliijeAND
way
I to,urinate or pain in ,the back, is I The regular ,subscriptionprice : and Southwestern Limited, t "'" j

.. Springs last week was struck also convincing proof that the' of the two papers is $2.00. And the United States Fast MaiL t- 1

by paralysis and fell his ",1IJ ;
off kidneys and bladder are out of or-

horse speechless. A CHIT 21 EOUE3 JACKSONVILLE TO- WASHIN3TOTT.OSLT ;
negro der.
-DRUG STORE.- TIlEJT 27 HOUE3 JA023COTILLE TO UB* YOBSCcIlJ ;r
driver came along presently and WHAT TO.... DO. .

There is comfort in the know- s
found him lying there and find- J Vc3tlbnled Trains compound of Latest! Im&rorwl Poll man 8J Dr Care sad note da ;

him ledge so often, expressed that Dr. fag: CAn throngh without changn to Washington.ruiaJirJt.hu .Battiawrs. .-
still
ing and
apparentlylifeless ,Naur York and th! tt4l.

took him up, put him Kilmer's Swamp-Root fulfils the wish great in & KI W l :* 'i+

i 1 !
kidney remedy every
.
into the wagon and broughthim .e THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN t

relieving pain in the back, kidneys, ;\ JACKSONVILLE '
AND
to town to the 1 NASHVILLE. ...:1 .
residence
of The :
of r
and
liver, bladder every part :
r
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his brother, John L. McKinnon, the urinary passages. It corrects Jacksonville .. -. .. hro uh, Sleeping Cars Daffy Jacksonville; to t
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where he died. inability to hold urine aid:: scald- .J. L. GASKINS, and Cincinnati., via Asheville, Through t s .. I

pains in passing it, or bad effects DEALER IN- Tampa LAND CF THE SKY." ..

The program me of the coming following use of liquor, wine or DRUGS MEDICINES Icr"r: cst
Christian Endeavor For caf'ftUfII lnfoa'msh! n M to ratm nrfecdalea. *: *?lnc cr-r 3arYatiaa3t eta, .p'p17"
Convention -. beer, and overcomes' that unpleasant Railway try azent; of the SoUTHk'RV: BAILWAT or Its oona.atlons _
STARKE, FLA.
which meets at Winter I neceasi .of. being compelled to 4 : '
i A .North ;: L. A, SHIPHA5, KcridA: Pa s. Agt. 212 West Cay: : Street. JjeksonTfll; F1a. oil .,;

.. Park from March 22d to 26th, got: np many times during the nightto rbysiclans'PrescrtpUcm. Carefully Compounded acid -.1 : :. M. GULP. W.'A. WE-X, 8. H. HABDtflOX :1

',:: is! the best ever offered to the urinate. .The mild and the extraordinary at all hours day or night. 1 .. i ',' 'In -,llanAft1 Gn P.. At*.. AuLO .PaiII..Af... J:

; t effect5 of Swamp-Root South LineTlirough ...:,. ..:, ti, : WashtnsrtoJt IX 0. Va uKiim, D. CL Atlanta.OL :
ublic. : '
i An
l> interesting feature ,0'"
., May 2 1897.-
YEARS'EXPERIENCE ,
the 5O .
I is :soon realized. It stands ::; >. : _
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will ,
be ,
the '
Bible .. -- --
readings, conducted highest for its wonderful cures ,of t .l: .

:: by the llov. Frank D. tho most distressing C 8e.8. If you : THE POMONA NURSERIESNEW

.:.'l Hunt, at the close of each need ,.a medicine you should "have, 1 AR'r'j ,j

the b?:;t. Sold by druggists, fifty ..Ii l CATA1898 .
.;; 'morning' session. Rev. Ira L
and 'dollar. You <. ; ': '
-
cults one may ; %- > i WILL
<- BE READY TO MAIL W OCTOBEJU .
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: JLandreth, chairman of the have a sample., bottle and pamphlet -. TR.t1L. M#s.ts' of .'..... J!"''... ... f 1i I + .
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*? r : O as follow 01 r 1197 ate'Wityos
Kashville committee of 1898, ; both sent free by mail DESIGNS I ueaataatacQpy.f r
.upon
r T" COPYRIGHTS &c.
I : ThlaaUr Narser1 C* .U ot. Jw. cop", WthT
and Bishop, H. B.. Whipple, of receipt of three tcen 'stamps; Anyone sending. a sketch: and rree-whetber description: may an FIJ 1 'RIDA.. I'I < loaned it. 1 fi ad+so guy UtcratJ ;
quickly MJWMfci oar epSnJcn i t f 1Ms1 a ,U it Ut X 4* mat wUk to W witfcovtcopy. at
.
Minnesota will addresses of thp inTentIon is.prubabtypaantstla -G>mmuml'A- 1 : .NOur /
; ; give to'cover cost postage on (UJUfl BtJiV'*J W nMenU..1. landbaokon: PataltA : y f
% sent frefl. olflcst rffrey, for aeeuru 4 pttf m". newt aU the :
.yon. .missions. Rev. G. M. bottle. Mention the FLORIDA Patents taken through Mnnn A Co. rwcelraweajw. { tcat.r"oftht atatogwebe.We ..mtmy
'.:ot. attic ebarze in the- W,it .tbe General Passenger ; new one. FnMy Ultiltd wttk v..r DewI

1. Ward, president! of Bollins SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATJT. and s nd'your Scientific ftrctttcan. .Ag-nt'< information. !I I-hotograpbtc OraamraUl View We tter a Rule M ot ...
I ,. Fruit aad u"-'p'H r
I College, and President W F. nddress tor Dr. Kilmpr- & Co... A> nasom dynhtstrateJltr .':]r. twest rtreolation w. B. ;CO0 Gsn'l Supt.G. T. aaoUcra iMUac. CaUlogocVrc Addxeu .,
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Binghamton }C.. Y. 'The of any ertertifl rwsnsJ, Term.?3 a ,
prnpjietorsi -
yooorn-_ (> the State College, ; of. < 1 year; lour mentis,JL Sold bR90HH n i\e..adf''I D. ACKERLY, Gea'i i 1 Pass, igt Newest and Met Preftab-! THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.,

this, paper guarantee tht. & Co "tsrcBr !! !.New t Pe c&far S utl erii Plaetins ZG3it1L TL"'r.SBIILl.-A: rmrr, *_*L .
will] on timely subjects.. of this offer. t ttryIk ACKSON r E, I .__a .. : : : .. .
speak genuineness ._ .- .ca Ct'ca i.CS P gt,XTastiEgtoB. ,TV.C. r 'i
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