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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1898
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VOLUME IV. STARKEr FLORIDA. APRIL 8, 1898. NUMBER 42. :

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i/ Official Directories. COUNTY Sheriff Drivers Killed. NO ?MESSAGE& YET. important. part the Queen Re- FLORIDA MATTERS. .

APPENINGSi Macclenny, the county seat gent is ,taking in, the crisis

STATE She ..... ---
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r. of Baker County, was the practically taken mat- ..-
Governor.Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL ters out of the hands of her, EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE _
of It is Until
scene last night two shooting Delayed Monday on .
,Secretary of State, J. L. Ci awford. INTEREST. WEEK :,
Comptroller. If. Reynolds.Treasurer. .,' affairs, one growing out of Ministers, and is dealing direct ;,"

J. B. Whliflcld.AttorneyGeneral.. "Win. Lnmar.. Gleaned 17 Our Able Regular Correspondents. the other, and resulting in the a Suggestion From General with the United States :Minister, Gathered From Oar State Eitages. <-:

Commissioner uf Agriculture, L. B. General Stewaat L.: Woodford
'Womb well. LaCrosse.. killing of Sheriff J. E. W. Lee. :'

.::. Superintendent of Public Instruction D riggers, by F. J. Pons, ex- I through th, German and Au A car load of celery was. shipped :,
W.N. Sheats. J. T. Stokes was visitor, to ,:
t strian Ambassadors for to New York last week :
Sheriff of the county, and the Americans All Advised to Leave peace.It > :
i SUPREME COURT. Gainesville Friday. '
Chief Justice, R. F.1'ayiur.Justices probably fatal wounding of Cuba.'YASIlINGTY is known beyond doubt from Sanford. :;:.;
Milton H MM bray, F. B B. L. Flowers will New 1
go to tht't Spain is now disposed to .
Carter. I Lewis Davis colored, by Henry April 6. Two' buildings belonging

COUNTY. River, we learn, to engage in Sweat, son of the proprietor ofa Swift as the cannon's flash the give all that America bas akell, Dr. S. S. Sargent at Eustis, .

'State Representatives-Senator, Crosby., L D. Wal! and, E. ..merchandising.Miss I store there. The killing of situation was changed today. although the form of this con- were destroyed by fire last

"' P. Ward. : Nala Strickland. is I the Sheriff was the outcome of The galleries and floors were cession must be gilded to suit Monday.
Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd
a. .. Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. teaching a private school here', the Davis-Sweat affair. crowded, Senators and Representatives Spanish palates, and to take bad wet
Orange a
country
E. S. Matthew '
Treasurer.Clerk of Circuit Court, Col.* W. F. which is well attended.A. The particulars in regard to were agitated, ever into consideration the present and dry election last Saturdayand
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'. Weeks.Suriff. the of the trouble the in difficulties which confront
starting diplomatic was a
? --J ,.S. B. Denmark. R. Harper, of Gainesville, crops the dry side won by about
r County. Surveyor, R. ,K. Eusey.Supetlnundeotof was here yesterday setting upa were learned from State Attorney ferment, awaiting a message Spain. 40 majority.
Public Instruction Hartridge who with from the President the Unitd AMERICANS LEAVING CUBA.
,
for C. H.
F. D. Shell.: tine piano Conoley. 1 *
County Judge, J. R. Richard. Judge Call, returned ]last even States to the Congress of the KEY WEST, April 6.-The Many families fire leaving '
Justice of the Peaco for Did rict -Miss Elsie Qnaintnnce, of Key West for :Miami not regarding .-
Plant Line steamer Mascotte ,
from ) where American which
No. 6, Geo. A. Hard in- r. ing Macclenny, people might :
C uuty.Commissioner!: *.Ju'lireTiim- Archer, is visiting :Mrs. J. E. they have been holding the mean war. When excitement ; arrived from Havana at 9:40 p. Key West a safe place :
hn Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Bliiitou, r
this for few
Flitch '
at in of
J. ., Crews, D. W. Clyatt.CHY. place a spring term of the Circuit was at the very highest; like an m. with ninety-six passengers the event war.

I days. Court. electric flash the word was aboard. Consul-General Lee Tomas Sherlock a prominent ,,' ,
.
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Mayor, A. T.. von Kirn. The.co-partnership of Turner Mr. Hartridge said that Davis passed that there would he no did not come. Every room on citizen of Hernando County,

.Clerk.Aeaetaor GforgeG.lidiner., T. W. Sweat. i' & Weeks has been dissolved, went into the :store of d man message. today. The suddenness the ship was occupied by dropped dead while sitting in

.*! ., ;Treasurer E. P. Duiuan.'Marshal R. A. Turner moving the goodsto I named Sweat. The 1 latter 1 ask stunned the public, which Americans fleeing from Cuba.: m chair at his home, near Bay
__ : J. 1:. Be.met.Nftfit'PollC' .
", J N. .JOIl' 8. Clarke, Fla. :. ed Davis when he i intended to heard the news in distortd The Mascotte is coaling at the City, Sunday morning, the

Mlddleion.Aldermen: J., F M.R.I'mby Morgan., N.W.Edward ilaek- Dr. J. N. D. Cloud, who hasbeen payhim ti.Till) and Davais said forms, and amazed the veteran Government dock, and will return cause being heart trouble.A:

ett and J. W.Hicks. that_ he would it soon. members ofCongressUltimately to Havana as soon as
... in New Orleans since November pay It it not generally known

Church Directory. has returned to his Sweat told Davis that he was it became known through. thrft a cable is being laid between

home at Alachua. lying, and that he didn't intend that not only would there be on '. The passengers: reported that Key West and Port _
,
Presbyterian J. A. Hughes pastor.
Services every 1st, 2ud and 5th Su-: to. pay it, and proceeded to message to-day, but'no message great excitement prevailed in Jefferson, Tortngus. the works '
Florence the 13
day. Prajeroieetitii every Wednesday yftar-old Havana to-day, and that General -
curse him vigorously. Davis this week, The first reason for
far advanced and is
eveuiug tit ,7 o'clock Sunday daughter of Mr. C. A. Butler being
,
school every Sunday 1110. niug at 9 I persisted that he did intend to the delay was that the Administration Lee was standing firm, and .
pushed as rapidly as possible.The
died last Friday night of Ap-
o'clock. I pay, and Sweat jumped over received advices doing his, duty. The city ofKey"Wedt
Baptist Rev. G. T. L'-ihier, I'astor. pemlicitrs, and was buried Saturday will Mayor ofArcadia, has
Services 2nd and 4ali: Snmhy. the counter :at 'the negro. from Consul General Lee indiacting takeabigcrowdfrom
every .
ihurnday fveuin evening in Antioch cem- this to Miami tomorrow ordered an election to held on
: city
Prayermeetiiis every Henry Sweat, SOil of the proprietor that all Americans
at 7 o'clock Sunday school every the 20th inst. to determine
Sunday juorniug at 9:3J: o'cioet. etery. I then took a hand in could not, be gotton off the island -' the exodus being due to ,

Methodist, Itc,'. .1. .\. llcndry, ('aw- Hampton. it, and hit the negro. who ran to-day, and would be in the war preparations.The whether or not the town shall
Service Sunday, mornins { -- borrow $3,000 for street
tor. every pave- ,
and evening. Prayernn-eting every Mrs. Bessie= Knight is on the out of the store. Young Sweat grave peril if the message people of PolkCountyare -

Wednesday evening Sunday ut 7 ..'muru-cl'ck. sick list this'week. pulled his pistol, and snappedit preceded their departure. The moving to secure the con ment and other improvements. "-

Sunday iagalU:30 schout.rvery o'clock. Mrs. S. F. Conner is twice, but it failed to go off. second reason, and, perhr.ps, struction of better roads. Thereis Florida celery. has no equal
visitingin
.Episcopal!, Rv. F. R. IToleman He chased the nogro out into equally potent with the other, nothing that will help a com- and the prices obtained for it
l ;;.,' lf rgrmftn'I in charge. Services every Starke this we k. 0 the street, and just as Davis
,.. .i. 2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon a* 330 started to go into a doorway, slowly drifted into public comprehension munity more than good, hard makes it a most desirable-- and
o'cloek.Sund bCiiooi every Sun Mr. L. Dyal of Waldo, is late in the profitable crop to Many ..
ufieruooii ai o'clock. fired, the bullet entering Davit day roads, and the people of every grow.
day
Christian no pastor at ure-ent. visiting the :sick' bed side of his left side. A physician was chiefly through the medium of county in the State should shrewd truckers in the state

Prayermeetiug every Wt"'inewia.vve father.Mr. called, and probed the wound public Associated, Press dispatches work for an improvement of the are getting rich cultivating it.
.. ., .ingut7 o'clock. :Sunday::) ,,"choal l which i it( is thought will
eVery Sunday morning at 9:30 o'- S. F. Conn r.11:1s returned prove from Madrid, for ex- highways. In many places in The next annual meeting of

clock. from a pleasant visit to fatal.Young Sweat was afterward treme reticence was maintained Alachua County the roads are the Florida TSTedical assocationwill :

r Lodges. Brooklyn.Mr. arrested by Sheriff Driggers, on the subject by the few in I sadly in need of repair. The assemble in Jacksonvilleon :

''';'' Starve Lodge No. :J.l. 1C of P. meets and J\frs..A. C. Durden and )looked in jiil/at: the direction Washington: who knew the farmers particularly should demand the 20th of April It

y every Thursday 7 p. in. of Judge Cdll. facts and even Cabinet officers better .
visited relatives at LiCrosse roads. Money judiciously promises to be a very large and
W. E. I DUNCAV, C. C, I
,_ It is stated that' Sheriff
were unadvised on the subject. expended in the improvement enthusiastic this
J. R.: DAVte" J K. of R. and:S.i Saturday:); ant Sunjday. Driggers hesitated about gathering

'. Bradford Lodge 1\0.42, F. A. M., Miss' Eloise Rawlins has accepted making the t\l'resteven after be. This important news was that of the highways always year. '
;' meeting every Thursday betore the the Spanish Government, after Ala-
directed do State Attorney proves profitable.
to
Jng so by -
The Gainesville Sun that
8rd Sunday 11" in a position with the firm says
: W. F. M,\LPIIUKS: W. M. lIart ridge, and Judge what plainly had been, most I chua County is abundantlyable
within the few weeks the
Blanton and Cameron.Rev. past
of !
W. N. MEACII\M, Sec. Call then went to Swt>qt'i: store, exciting times in inner Span--: to build and maintain
of rock has
May Lodge No. 10, I. 0. 0.F., meets. W. F. Malphurs filled and commanded the Sheriff to ish circles at Madrid, has decided good roads, and it ought to be price phosphate
eVery Tuesday 7:80 i p. m. I make the arrest, which he did. advanced 25 cents per ton. It
L. W, KtCKUTKU, N. O. his regular appointment at the 'to reopen the case, closed so done without hesitation. It
last Mr.Hartridge is the that the
N. MKACQAM Sec.:) About 10:30: night general opinion
Baptist church Saturday and faros this Government was concerned :
needs to convinceany
,. received a telegram no argument price of rock will still continueon

PROFESSIONAL DIKECTORY.r SUlld\: '. starting that Sheriff Driggers ,'by the refusal t of Spainto reflecting person that good the i incline.

._ had been shot by Pons. Owingto make satisfactory The L
," Mr. and: Mrs. B.-y stun and response roads are indispensable.

GASKJNS, M. D., j son. Jim,- .returned to'1 their the lateness of the hour, it to the representations made by streets of every town should be The trial of Sherman at

_. J...PHYSICIAN AND SURGEORSTARKE ,, home in Virginia- .nfter spending : further was impossible information to.as to secure what ; the' United States last week, kept in good repair, and the: Winter Park on the night of

and in order to avert impending roads of shouldbe I March 14, which began at
a while'in Florida. l led up to the trouble, except every county
-:, FLA. that it was the outgrowth'of war, had decided to make put in passable. condition : Orlando Tuesday morning
her
Office Gaskla's Drui; Store. Mrs Seales returned to concessions heretofore refused.IT resultedin a verdict of guiltyof
the first affair. It is believed, and kept so. If the people insist
home in Macon, Ga. Tuesday however that it had i murder 'in the first
something degree,
A LTSCOTT. M.D.4.PHYSICIAH .. IS RUMORED THAT SPAIN upon good roads they will
after spending few weeks to do with the arrest of. I without recommendation.
WILL BACK DOWN. get them.- Gainesville Sun.
AND SURGE "
with hnr son, Mr. W. G. Scales. S.v ea t. I. ---
STARKE, FLA. Mr. Hartridge reported that MADRID, April 6.-It is confidently Mr. N. D. Wainwright, who A levee on the Ohio river at

Ofli at Gaskla's Dnijr-Store.i* Mr. Aytes and daughter, when he )left :Macclenny there Asserted that a pro- has been receivor -public Shawueetown, Ill., broke last

Miss Maggie, l left Tuesday for I was a great deal of'excitement clamation of the Queen Regent moneys at Gainesville for the Sunday and the town is now
home in Athens Tenn. there the of the
their shooting
over
Tp.L. STEWART. M.D., announcing an immediate past four' years, has turned the under twenty feet of water
Times-Union and 'Citi-
c % EYE EAR; HOSE IUD THROAT.. Miss Maggie, made many friends who negro. armistice in Cuba will be issued office ov rto his successor The levee broke without warning
during her stay in Florida
STARKE, FLA. regret to loose her. zen.The reports of the killing are. to-morrow. It is added that I Hon. H. S./Chubb Mr Wainwright and many people were

'Once.it Starke Drug-Co. I conflicting and it is hard to some of the Cabinet :Ministersmay has made a splended drowned in the rushing; water.
say
I The ball at the City Hull Friday ""
: resign, but, if necessary, officer and out with the
who the Pons goes
POWELL. M D., not was aggressor. An infuriated bull attacked
I evening was very
TATE the Ministry will be,changed.The wishes of
wounds but will hearty good every I
..PETSIGIII AND BURGEON," I largely attended on account of receivedfour -- Ambassador the 8-year-old daughter of
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Austrian who has'113d business with
"" one
"' STARKE, FLA. the weather but those that were recover. Jesse Harris 'near .Opyas last
Count Dubinski,' had pn interview the land office.
themselves Sheriff Driggers was a son- Sunday and'after getting her
P .Orer \.hlr111cirs experience in Diseases of there enjoyed so with the United StatesMinister ,
;., Women and DruJt Children;Company.OCTce! Starke well they did not know that it in-law of Sheriff Denmark, of Adjutant'nef31 Houston down stuckJbis horn in the
il' General ,Stewart L.
,r was raining as they listened to this county, and was known by has issued the following general corner of her eye, and! tearingout

t", TTVR.J. HAYNES, 'the sweet strains of music fur- a great many of our people. Woodford, to-day. They both order No. 16 : "Commanders his hold, caused the loss of .'

.DENTIST, .... nished by Mr. and Mrs. S. F. seemed much pleased at the
of companies are hereby the eye and life long disfigurement. -
8TARKE, FLORIDA. i Conner and son, Lysle. Rheumatism Cured. situation.The .
directed to use all diligence) to .
Office! residence palaleasly oa South by means Street.of Ivxjal The ladies, of, tho Baptist My wife has used! Chamb rlin's hope of reaching a peace- remit their commands to the
UM\beUca.Teeth extracted All lauds of dental work done IU Pain Balm for rheumatism with -settlement with the United A fire broke out early Tuesday -
will box allowed
church give a : supper full complement by
'
reasonable charges. a nd refreshments at the City great relief, and I .recommend it States is g o"ingstronger.. It law." It is thought that this morning among the wooden

mnoa.r:..BUGS.Attorney Hull next Friday evening, as a splendid liniment for rheumatism is reported that the basis of an order was issued upon instructions buildings between tha bricc!: .

and Counsellor at Law,1 ,A pril 12, for the benefit of the and other household. armistice in Cuba has! been ar- .from the war depart store of Worth, SteplH njJ &Ci., .-
for which we have found it valuable. ment. hotel block
: and. the brick
STARKE; FLA. is invited ranged. If this be true a royal !
church. body
Every ,
W. J. Cuyler Red ,Creek
,
,
.OOe fit u silence-on 9o "ry$trec\. : to come and.bring boxes,.and N, Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the decree will appear in the Gazette i There are said to be fifty. Ethol, fronting?the Florida
enjoy themselves.: It will begin to-morrow or Friday an- seven frog farms in the United Central & Peninsular Railroad

1' KNSKYC.IVIL ENGINEER.: 7 o'clock m. Com- leading merchants of this villageand States. at Live Oak anif
R.'J' at p. r Jun ing. the conclusion of an ,, destroyed
of the most -t.
ono : prominent:
mittee on arrangements! : Mrs. rmistice": ..' ; ;O;;; .S! '0::9..A.. everything iu its course between ?
iu this G.Pbi .. =
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vic'ttityW .
COUNTFsti J. C: Cason, Mrs. W J. Griffin, men p- I :
-, Editor Red Creek Herald The developments in the.situ- the ,above mentioned..
ProftStflai : ng. Mrs. A. C. Durden and Miss pin, : .,.,. Beat "
work tornW el on appUc..LIo: ', arecoufined-io the I places. :,.. ,
of
Oja pates.OB 9:IU Street pith C.L.Peek. Ciraie' Hicks. Y.For sale tyJ.'L. Gaskins. ation to-day ,: ...._'_'-10-<<.. .

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Interesting: Details Which Orange Trees Should be ,- -- --- --- --'-" -- -- -
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYSAT Thbladder jvas-crealn. : .i >r UMJ
a .. Are Worth Reading.The Fertilized But Once a i '
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J purpusnamelr, n rec'ptace "
United States is the'fifth Year, isi May. : .
STARKE FLORIDA.Entered .
the urine, and as! such it is not liable CASTORIA
naval in.the world. The been in this state R
power .. Having for to any form of cH?.:as;*' e-XC-'p-

at as second-class the postofflce mall at matter.Starke,,, Florida, navies of Great Britain, France, sixteen years, and in the southern by one of, t....*o ways. The: first ( 1 f '

Russia and.Italy rank ahead in part for seven years, I have \HI)" is from. imperfect action of t For_Infants and Children. '-

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. the order named. Germanyand paid much attention to the the kidneys. The second way is --=- -_ .

TEXAS R. HODGES. the United States are about raising of orange trees and ,from careless local treatment of I l REAVeietauePreParattonforAs The Kind .,You Have
other diseases.!;
their cultivation. I convinced
am I,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR tied.Our present effective fighting i that fertilizing.orange SAMPLE SENT FREE. Always Bought

Rates. force consists of four battleships trees more than once a year is Unhealthy urine from unhealthy ; -

Advertising of the first class of kidueya i is! the chief cause of bladder sladlatingLtI ToodandUe 'ula-
one battleship no advantage to the tree or
Our advertising rates will be as reasonableas troubles. It corrects t at Qf Bears theSignature
t consistent with keeping up a good news- I of the second class, two armored the owner, but a disadvantage frequent
paper. It Is the purpose of the,poblisher to calls, inability to hold iinno andcalding
cruisers, eighteen cruisers, fifteen to both. The right time for
issue a clean attractive newspaper withonlylIuch in
s or stinging paia passing
.
a proportion of advertisements as will gunboats, six double- i fertilizing is in the first part of!
Insure that all will be seen and read, and none l it, or bad effFcts following use PromotesTigesUonChecirulness -
burled behind mass of others. Rates will turreted monitors, one ram, one May, as good showers fall in of liquor, wine or beer, and over- andltestContalns neither of

be cation.uniform and will be made known on app dynamite gunboat, one dispatchboat that month, the forerunners of comes that unpleasant necessityof .Morphine nor Mineral.NARCOTIC. .

-one transport and eight the season, taking the fertilizer being compelled to get up NOT. ..
many times during the night to .
Five battleships are now under torpedo boats. down for the roots. Ferti- urinate. The mild and extraordinary -

construction. The powder used is brown lizing sooner is throwing away affect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 'pr;'A'lJltlzr.rJ. S .'

and in chunks the" size of a money, time and work, as during Root is soon realized. It stands ,,J.Ji.SMISJlI
Recent measurements of the the highest; for its wonderful cures -
caramel. A charge for the the dry season the fertilizerlies 1t a SH4 The
of the most distressing cases. If I- e
Chinese wall show it to be
biggest gun weighs 500 poundsand in the dry soil for months, you need a medicine you should /Ji I c .d-.tJ.1 i

eighteen feet high and 1,300 is hoisted to the breech bya the ammonia evaporates the potash have the best. At druggisth oOcfs,L fi

miles long. and $1. You may have a sample $ Kind
derrick, the powder being etc., is getting less, and, bottle and pamphlet, both sent Aperfect Remedy for Constipation jdqby

It is said that Andree, who sewed up in burlap bags. finally when he rainy season free by mail upon receigt of three ,Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea feverish-

started for the north pole in a Our battleships have a speed sets in there is nothing left for 2-cent stamps to cover cost of mss'Vonris ondLoss.Convulsions OF,SLEEP. YoullaveAlways

of about fifteen to seventeen the tree. Besides this the postage i'ii the bottle. Mention ..
baloon some two years ago, has the Florida Semi.'V eekly) Advocateand Tac Simile Signature of
been heard from. knots an hour. Cruisers make breaking up of the ground send your address to Dr, Kil tea.YORK..

nineteen to twenty-four knots, with the plow (the garrote of mer & Co., Binghampton,. N. Y. NE\V Bought.CATORA.

The Indiana could lie outside while the monitors can travel[ orange culture) lets the pre- The proprietor of this! paper guar
antees the of this offer.
Sandy Hook and throw 1,200-. only five to seven knots. vailing east winds dry out the genuineness

pound shots into New York at The biggest guns in the navy grounds, very often below the "There is one peculiarity

the rate of four a minute. are forty-nine feet long, big roots. Where is the commonsense about the Japanese that is not saner COPY\STBAEPEB,

enough for a man to crawl into in this? The little showers particularly, known-theynever
Sixty-one merchant vessels TMK:CtMTAUIt OOM AN". NCW VOK CITY ,
four feet in diameter at their that fall before a cold spelldon't 1 utter an oath"said Colon .:::'i : '''; -_':', : -_' -. :: .' '_ '_'_" ":". i;! t'.
belong to the auxiliary navy. largest part and weigh 135,500 get deep enough into the, nelR. '\ Gruber. "The rea .
These ships are subsidized and son for this is that there is no
pounds or thereabouts. ground to have any effect.
by contract must be given to : word in the Japanese language rV
Some of the guns in the navy Fertilizing after May is worse
the United States on demand.A which is equivalent to an -FOR
can fire a shot twelve miles, yet, as that application keeps
oath. Even the vast nurnbor
big battleship has on board farther than a man can see, for the tree growing into and of foreigners have gone to FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING

an electric plant capable of the guns are aimed and sighted through the winter months ; that country during the last BRING YOUR WORK TO THE OFFICE QF THE

lighting a town of 5,000 in by machinery. there is no time for the lastgrowth ten years and the thousands

habitants. The boilers of the ? In a battle -the wood work to make hard wood. of new words added to the FLORIDA $: SEMI-WEEKLY $: ADVOCATE

Iowa have a heating surface of and all articles of wood are The tree is all the time in full l language have not in the least --... .

eight acres and hold thirty tons either.stowed below or thrownoverboard sap, ,and is sacrificed to a cold I affected the Japanese in swear- ..

of water. lest the men be injured spell. By one fertilizing in ing. In this respect the Japanese '--.L WE PRIN.T -

by splinters. the month of May, the frees stand alone, for all ,

United States Minister Wood The,, fastest vessels in the last growth will harden before other inhabitants of earth can, CARDS, jfi l f TAGS,

ford who is stationed at Madrid ,the when they step-on a tack use CHECKS !f LABELS,
navy are torpedo boats winter, stand more cold, and TICKETS lf! '
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a than the BLANKS
has been notified to be Porter and Dupont each of I Ia the tree will have the rest it i stronger expression ENVELOPES I ,
one used in general conversa If CIRCULARS,
ready to leave for home at which can travel 27.6 knots an needs, and, consequently will tion." BILL IIEADS, I i" STATEMENTS
,
moment's notice. This beginsto hour. bear better NOTE I
and uniform fruit. HEADS, ||[ LETTERHEADS, '
look like we are going to Battleships are for the heavy The so-called fertilizing for Dcnuty In Blood Deep. ETC. ETC. '
Clean blood means a clean skin. No ETC. -
have trou ble. work ; cruisers are commerce growing and fruit is nonsense ; beautyvitbout it. Cascarets Candy Cathar ,
WGreat tic clean: your blood and keep it clean, by '**
destroyers ; monitors are useful give :young trees and old trees stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT
Britain with the,aid from tbo! '
: body. Begin to-day to
for coast defence. the same fertilizer, the young banish pimples boils: blotches, blackheads / :
of American soldiers and that REQUISITESISkilled Printers
captured sickly bilious complexion by taking ;
Those artists who show smokein ones less than the old ones, and Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug-
Havana in 1760 odd, and later gists, satisfaction guaranteed, lOc,25c 50c. Good
their of naval bat TO Paper ,
pictures plenty of potash in it. ... "'
Great Britain, swapped Havanafor To Cure CoutllpuUon
rorevcr.
tles are wholly wrong. ePlowing a groveis another Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. JOo or 23a Pl'CSSC' ,
Florida. This country now If C. C.C.fall *GGOD WORK .
to cure druggists refund :
l less money
powder is used. great mistake ; use the harrow.Mr. ( :
after .138 years, is big enough: rType .
The "grog" ration abolished : Jas. Mott of {
to capture all of Cuba without was Orlando, Fla., 50 YEARS'f

the aid of any foreign nation. in 1893, and since then in an article, calls the plow, i w Bi n'EXPERIENCEe lAnd ..

the crew has been forbidden to used in a grove, a "murderousweapon. "-
InIt:.
Reports from all parts of the drink while on duty. ." He is right in his \ 1/

country describe the enthusiasm i Only 50 per cent of the enlisted expression. Every orange aa3 WE HAVE ALL THESE. 1
ought to follow his advice
grower -
of in .
women movementsfor men are Americans, anda '
the defense of the national smaller precentage yet are and he will be astonished DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS MARKS We Solicit a Trial Order Satisfaction Gnarant ed. \ f;:
at the results. The plow! a x, Ac. '
honor. They are organizing i in native born.Projectiles. hatchet, saw, knife or shears, quickly Anyone ascertain tending our a sketch opinion and free description whether may an Office in"Postoffice Building. Gall and See Us '

relief societies, are ready to thrown by naval l yon have no right to use in a tloneetrlctlyconEdentiaL invention Is probably patentable.Handbook Connnnnlen-on Patent
aentfree. Oldest
.. join the army as nurses, and guns are shaped much as the grove. Let nature have its Patent notice taken, without agency through charge foreeeurtnR Mann,in then & (patent;0. recelratpeeial DO YOUVRITE'I

will collect means to purchase bullets shot by the ordinaryrifle. own way.-A. P. BAUER i Scientific Jlm rltatl.A
Courier-Informant. .
supplies, especially for the hospital i- handsomely lllnitr&tad weed I-areegt circulation IF SO WRITE RIGHT.
: of any scientific journaL Term.IS* -
service. In some of the Five hundred and twentysixmen $109 Reward $109. year: four months.Ii. Sold by all newsdealers.llUNN&Co.361Bro .

Western States women have and forty officers are required The readers ? dw Hew York.
of this paper will be Branch Office ffiS F 8t. Washington.1) C.
even offered to raise among to man the cruiser New ./IY/rww.rr. rrc""
-
pleased to learn that there is at
themselves military companiesfor T@ BIGGEST OFFER YET
York. least dreaded
one disease that -
actual in the field. ) 'F
fighting
.
.o j V
.o a -- : .
ChronicChicago ) Battleships are covered with science has been able to cure in all 1! ;
THE FLORIDA WEEKLY .
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armor of nICkel steel from fiveto I its, stages, and that is catarrh. ADYOCATtiAND It

A Woman's opinion about seven inches thick. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only I '
THE TWICE-A-WEEK
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things is always interesting, We have four armored battleships positive cure known to the medical ..

and Mrs. Childs, editor of the -the Indiana!, Iowa, fraternity. Catarrh being a DETROIT FREE PRESS

Arcadia Champion, expresses Massachusetts, and Texas. constitutional disease, requires a BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR -:

herself so naively on. the war A.submarine torpedo boat to constitutional treatment. lalle FOR ONLY 100._ S V I : ,.',

question that we quote her: be known as the Plunger is Catarrh Cure is taken internally) f THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS needs DO I am Sub-Agent tor JSruUford and Surrounding :' .
acting directly the blood Introduction.
upon and Us many bpecial articles by
"We really beg our readers'pardon now under construction. noted writers have giver it a 'World-wldereru- Counties
mucus surfaces of the system, tation. In hhort it Li one of the cleanest for this Celebrated
for the unstability At present the total enlisted brightest and best papers published. No
thereby destroying the foundation pains or expense will be!spared in keeping up Typewriter.
our opinions force of the naval militia Its present high-standard.
regards our relations is 3,870 of the disease and .
giving the patient 1. Remember thnt by 'taklLjr advantage of ,
in Spain. One day we officers and men. '; tbU combination, you ret 52 copies of TEE Cant Sell You One ?
strength by building up the FLORID WEEKLY ADVOCATE and 104 copiesof T. R. HODGES
Tim FaEZ pan.s, 1J:6 papers for only f 1.00. ,
.. feel tutu war is right a tour Behind the heavy armor there constitution and assisting naturein SUB-AGENT.

heels and the next we feel justas is a padding of either corn''pith doing" its work. The proprietorshave A 500-P AGE ,BOOK FREE _

cfirfciin that nothing couldinduce or cocoa husks. so much faith in its cu- r If, ''a1'.rI'r/'tI', .
THE FREE PRESS \ = r erw r ''Nrf",
either Spain or the United It costs $500 every time o n rative.powers, that they offer On &. FULL SAI
'
Aa-cal I
eHundred Year Book and almanac. for 1898.
States to fight. We can't of the big. guns on board a shipis fails Dollars for any case'thaiit CORRECT [CCKCIJE CCKFETE. : : '+ once said by an observer to be the

see for the life of us why thedon't y ; fired. to cure. Send for list of OVER ,20,000 COPIES OF 1897 WAS sight in the world. "A nobler '
i testimonials. Address BOOK WERE SOLD AT 25 t f u than that,"replied a friend to him, r
fight, but then again wedon't F. J. CHENEY &Co., Toledo, O. CENTS EACH.An a father and son talking arm-in
I '"as reading; ,an adverti'i'emcnt, e arm as if they were really comrades." 1 If
know as they can if they SoW !by druggists, 75 cts.Hall's accurate and superior Book of Reference both be
of Chamterlin's Colic Cholera 1 that tells you all you want to know. There dressed in good taste the charmof
Pills
want to ever so bad. There Family are tha.. best.,I will not be a useless page In It. A Practical the picture is intensified. Many men of
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic In ; good taste in over 7.000 American cities
are so many things in the way The Railway Historical formation Politcal on subject! and Statistical. Official. .. aadtownsnowt'IetSnltaiadOretcoatafrom
Worcester Agricultural
Enterprise, recently) Age predictsthe ;likewise .
a Book.of Religious Fact and -
general (
of either war or peace that its" which I leads. mo to write this. I total expeditures: that cal Home Directions and Farm.A on. every-day affairs of Oflce.ac lii : -- -.: M. .BORN & CO.,

dollars to cents that the situation I can truthfully say I never used any in new rail w y" building i in1898'will !'crlbir copy immediately of this book and win, sending be sent 15 to cents aQ scb-ad ;' The Great Chicago Merchant
will not change either for remedy equal to it for cole and not "bo less tlian ditional for m&iUnK expenses, making 91.15>aan. Son and Fathers are equally acre to be
pleased.
> The bock will be published about Decem No poor work. No misfits. Jfo infe .
the better or worse right away.Bat diarrhoea. I have never had to i,$50,000,000 and may> exceed to ber ail 23.:>> taking J3r. advantage Copies of the of this book offer win'as be soon sent riot satisfaction.OALZt goods.. Ko exorbitant price. Ko Cla.

if thei"e'er do-get ready use more than one cr two*dosNs; to 60000000. after above-date a*p>s.->ibe. Everybody any 8attlied.
,
Do not delay but take advantage of this rem FIT
and
to go at it:,. Spain will get 'cure the worst case: ;with myself irk.Me liberal offer 'liich we wake for a Over FINISH' GUARANTEED. f<
or> 300 Choice Patterns
luntted time only by s-p cial arrangementwish s to JF1U
whipped so quick she won't Oja.S3 T 0 n..A.: Year
: children.-\V. Stroud the pabLsben Remember we send both Order from
liuoxv how it happened. At .t\L Beare tile Tte Kbd Yin Ears Atari fcsi! ; papers a fall year for $i 00.and yon can havea 1 OS
raoke) City, Md. ;/For-safe P1P'1-1 d : copy of the book by sending 13 cent -- .
lc\ t. we. think so." L. llgrattue: ,diCuaal., Address, .. R"fI'
Ga'ekins. /-JI _
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'. the fiscal year ,1889, thirty- CATHARTIC A I F. ,C, & P. ,SHORT .LINE FLORIDA GKHTBAL PENINSULAR R R. '

t. four,years after the close of the : ..

war will reach $150,000, 000.1| NORTHEAST WEST Hew Florida and Northern Air Lena and Florida Jnak Lisa. :::.

What does that. mean? *1 I TIME TABLE IN EFFECT,JAN..23, ..18933 .

It means the interest at 3 per DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF 'I RAINSSTARKE' ;!. 40 1 :
i 34 88 3) I :5 f 1J.u
ct. debt of 5O,0' Daily Daily DailyxSun :Oaily JiOKTEEttN POINTS DailIID.D.ly t "
on a $ CURE CONSTIPATION Sun Daily Ua.iJ Da
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which is more than any national -I FLA. 1210p 4 OOp .....'. 8 15a ...... SOOplLv840p.L.v; ... Jacksonville.. ..Ar 110p 91 ...... !J : US-..... '
...... 44op52Up ...... 8 Ma ...... ... Y none.... .. .Ar.Fernandlna. ....... 8 ....' Ssip tipj 81Csi....... ..
debt in the world except IOc25c N 0.10.:dally, leaves 2:18: p. m.. for all ...... .' .. 930.* ...... 9 lop ArWHp '..""' Lv. .. ... 800a sr;. .... I50p l .... .
I -ALL points North and West connecting at JacksOnville 210p315p 0tOp750p ... ... 10 Ala i .. .. .. .......Everett.. ...Ar.ll09 650111...... 645 .UO. ......
that of :France.It '0c with through,sleeper for New York .'". ... ....:. ..?.... ...... .. .....Brunswick. .. ..Lv. 5 tsa.t. ...... 5-40Pj.( ?... ...... .
DRUGGISTStsp. 3.lIpSfp..121lI'.1213a. .......Savanno.b.-\ .. ......
is more than the combined Cincinnati and all intermediate points.: .' 357p739p. ...... 500 ]Z 13p .... 12 0a Lv..Savannah..Ar.! 9la :610ai.-.oe a 61W.1: .. -li35'1 ;?...... _.:.. -.
NO. 14, leaves 5:12: a. m.. daily for same ....... "-..' 833p 2: expenditures for all Purposes named above, carrying through sleeper ...... .....::IOWA 2:4: ...... 250.\ .. ...Denmark.S. C... or ..... 22r; 400. 131 .. .. ... .
points -..... ...... ..... >; ,.....10-lll .. .,.Augusta,Ga..,. ...... .............. dOt!;; ...... .....'_
of all the states in the cb.A.. A. JOHNSr --1 Tampa: and.intermediate points to New,York. ...... .... 4 l ..-. 445a145p .. ...Columbia C... .. :530 I 111.1 ...... iss ....... ...... -...,.
connecting at'Jacksonville with trains from ...... ...... ...... ............. 1125a. Spartanburg., S, C., ...... 530 ..... ..... ....... '.;
Union. That is to say, if' the FLA. Macon Atlanta. Chattanooga. and all points ..-... ... ............... ...... : 'oO.. .Asheville. N.C..*.. ,ti. 2051' ... .".. .. ... ... ..' ... ...
STARKE, '13+ ............. 82)1..9 1Sa ..Charlotte.N. C... 400aIOOOp...... 325a.: ...., ...w.:::;.,...-:-r
money spent for pensions north and west, also with trams for west 12Ca ..............93<5p....... 1047a1210p .Salisbury.. C..: v 247 85C ...... 817 ...... .:.-. .
Florida, Pensacola, Mobile New Orleans Texas 207a318a ...... .......1044.) ........ -.Greensboro. N. C.. ". 135 731p.. .. T .
were divided :among the states, io and Groceries Mexico and California ... ... ... 12UOpSOOa ...... I30p .. ...Danville .va.. *. t:20a: 9 i 35G ,...,. "
all cal er w StalJle Fancy points.. ...... ...... .... ( .. .. 625p .. ....Richmond.: Va.. ..... .1200. ..: :lOO-; ...... .. ..
taxation for state purposes rslt tit NO. 13 leaves 11:59: p. m. with connectionfrom 4 59a ...... ....., 153a...?.... 3-lOp .... ..Lynchburg. V L.. .* oasp! 4 S to'. ...... .un..... -=-
could be 1 st all points and dlvl.; on.s. Through/ sleeper I 645....... ....? 335a ...... 530p923p .Chaiiottesville.. ** 855p !op.t 51\: ...... ......
with.
dispensed Country Produce Ftc. from New York. I 945a..... ...... I} ea ,..... '. ... Washington .. 800? Ii ISa. .. 10 U\ .... ......
11 05a ...... 8 OUa .. ... 125p250a '......Baltimore... 5 OOp IH2:1. ... D 20i ... .. ..,...
'. It is more than ei lit times NO9 leaves 1058am.: with through sleeper lldp353p.............. 1015u1243p ...... ....PhIIade'phla.... 236p1210p 7'OL 6 55. '... ......
the combined of all connections from all points north, west and ...... ...... ........ 623a .....New York... 1215 .."...431.1. ,.. ... ...
revenue When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a all points In the state. 1100 9 OOp ...... 300p .. ... ... .Bt""to.,.... ... .' I200n 50 .._.. OlIO- ..... .....

the universities and colleges of Call.. I will make it 'to your advantage.ESTA237.ISIIL' For the best map of the state sleeper or CINCINNATI. -JA.CKSONVILLS.X : I """. 'XT.. 9 bOUTUTLORIDA AZ'lD M>"'+1' Ql.r No..
other information call on or write to |8&13 AND Nsw 7& 14 6 A 10
tho United and almost
States
Macon. ,
Atlanta DaUylDailY oRLEANSDaily Daily
D.GREEN,Agent, Ch manoozan; Cincinnati -_
as much as the cost of all the Starke Fla. Sf. Chicago. i 3 ... .. 800aLv-.Fernandina..Ar., &20p -
..... .. ......
N, S. T. } Toledo Detroit. 9 Ha L.V. l.aUahlul.Ar: 406pSlOp
schools. U) : "ij ::1.863.- O.o Pennlngtoa. 'L. d
public 6fc Cleveland Louisville 94Gp1035p gaLv.; Jacksonville..ArAr 730s04DC 356p'
W A. O. MacDonell, G. P. A.Jacksonville. z: ; and St.Loltis x Z 955a .... .Baldwin ,...Lv
It is more than what we.. are D Fla. 1159p 1058.1 ". ...Starks... .. ." S 124 218ISip
R. 'V. DIXON & SON 8 15a800p.Lv..v.Jacksonville..A r.1020a S55a 9atJp 1233a'llJ5a' ".. ... Waldo. 435a
accustomed to call the. "crush- .z 10 HaAr. Everett..,. .Lv 6304 63Vp .. .. .. 1220p "...Galne-.>viIIo. ." ".. 1250p
a 4 40p 300a .''.:.'.'.Macon....... .. 1 102Oo5p 830u. .... .. USOp ".. ..CedurKey.. ." .. .. .. 9 OOa
ing burden" of any army i in w GENERAL GOMMISSIOli MERCHANTS 745p 520a .....Atlanta... ..Ar. ( 525a 1 290,15! 13a "...Hawthorne ..." 346a loep240p
a m The i. S S. R ft 6. R. R. ....' 530.Lv..Atlanta...... 0 40p 50a. .20ia 1240p255a "-."n. Citra......" IOta J
Europe. ) Nto ...... 950u .", ,.cbattanooga... h.. 6151 10 OOp ; :.. 1 -.suverSprlngs.:. .." ...? 12029
., 190 and 1901 Duane St. New York. ...... 7 Sup '' ...Ciucinn"ti..... 330.1830a 133p .. ..Ocala.. ..." 205a 1147
It is enough for fortifyingour p. 410a 228p "...\Vildwood...." 1\os10'l2!\ :
w < Departure and Arrival. Tr iLa s. ASHEVILLE ROUTE.Pullman I 53ia61V1: 258{ ".... Lee.sburji...*.. 1132p: 1016*
coast impregnably in eight Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cin- 32Jp ".....Tav: rcs. .... lOSOp !950a
Southern Fruits an V e getables a Specialty.W aJr Cincinnati and Chicago. 910a 450p517p "., .. OrianCo ....." 8 lop 830*

months and for building! the m STARKE, FLORIDA. b OOpmLv.' ......Jacksonville..,.... Ar 910am500am '509a 343p: 3 Up "-...St.Winter Catherine.Park ..."". 1137P*...*. 10003.7 40% .

finest navy in the. world in e Make a Specialty of Strawberries and Peaches -( N0:-1,!dally, leaves 7 a.* m. for LaCrosse. 1213amLv..Savannah..A Ar..Coiumbia ..... Lv 12 47am 533..,, 332p ""......'.Lacoochee..."" 11C9p 947*
4l 553a pats
Throughout the Entire rear. :D Brinkley and intermediate points. This train .. .. 348p I044p921p
112San1Ar. Spartl1Ilburg..Lv 53i'pm300pm
two "...
years.If 7 OOaj 4 37p .PlnntClty..1 8Cs
3c connects with the S & F. at ia 45pm; Ar... ...Ilendersonvllle.Ashville ......Lv.L ..
0. : Sampson 8 10.1 "... .. .. 8 OOa
520p Slop
Tampa
we spent for pensions Ri'sEnENCE.--Irving: National Bankt New. York, and Colnlnerr intermediate 145pm A r.. ,:...... .. ... .. ? 205pm1146am
and
Junction fur PaUtka. Macon
352pm Ar.......Hot Springs..Lv N0:22 No. 2 WESTERN DIVISION :No. 1
twice as much every year as a: dial Agencies.F r1m points. __ .7:!I'pm Ar.... ....Knoxville.n. .. ...Lv 82o
Garfield said N WIZITy: F O'Z ST3:: :: TCII ST.An21 S.. :ETC. I NO- 3 Satur 'ays and Sundays only. Leaves 740awAr..Cinclmo.t1..Lv 73npmouuym; 61Plg2.aLv..Jac"; I '..0 "..e..Ar-752p.-.....
overfwet:1ty: 'yearango 5:30 p: m. for LaCrosse, Brlnkly and Intermediate ...... I050p 112oa: .LakeClty..Lv 558p..,..

would be the highest points,connecting: at Sampson Junction. 30.im 5 4opin; Ar.v.a..... ..<::hic1\go lUl1au...........Ar.Lv 900an 1235p.3Op!1213p 1.4p"".. .....Live..Madison.Oak......".* 4'.H 1J\p\''n. ............ .

amount lever required, the LEJCEJL S :E? for NO-Palatka 5. second Macon class.: and Leaves intermediate Starke points.4:00: a.m. Oaml LrT... ..... Big lDCInnat Four..1.... ....Ar 635pm -I 60oa133Op 40a I 233p ""....Tallahassee...Montlcelio........". SO213p() ..........

.. ...... .. ..... ..
'. difference between that and 7 for LaCrosse Brinkley and intermediate 6 Ar. .Chicago.. Lv 83Cam 825a 430p515p: ". ....Qulncy...... I 119t1....
Mo Route. v 40a "...River Junction." ItIp: .......
points. This train Is daily except Sunday. LOam'' v..Cincinnati..Ar uupm .. .. 11 ".. ..Pensacola. ,..' 730a1220a ......
) OOp305a
the sups we are paying now Lawtey, Fla., NO- 2- arrives at Starke 12lu p. m. dally. 5 00pm Ar.. .. ......Chicago.. ...... ..Lv 10 00am ...... .......Mobile... .. : ...... .
". .." ... ... '
Pennsylvania.
would clear off our entire NO4. arrives at Starke at 9:30: p.m. Satur. 740a .New Orleans 745p
and KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE, .
days Sundays only.
bonded national l debt in tenyears. NO6. second class.arrives at Starke. 5:30: p. Through Car Line. ST. LOUIS. LOUISVILLE, JACKSON
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. VILLE. THROUGH SLEEPER.
After that it \yould m. Daily except Sunday. No.l:! l No 33
...... .; am800pmLv.
than the interest CEO. TOMPSETT. Gen. Supt. .. ... Jacksonville...... Ar. 855am630uti nvL1l.e....: .. ....Lv 311am
more pay Starke Fla. 1014pm .. .... ....Everett. .... ....Lv.SSOiiin .. .. ...... 114m
the bonds required to give tie Finest Turnouts in the City. ARTHUR MEI3S, Gen. Mgr. .. ..........Atlanta...... .. .. 1055pm .. .. .... .. '.10651M
Jacksonville. Fla. 1145am!;," . ...Uirmlntfham.. 'f 4 15pm630am 8WPwiv..J..e.: .. .. .. 6101,10 ,
government control of all the 930pm .* .. .. ... ..Memphis. .... .. .. .. ;: a.... .... 10 5Ac.ni
lOOOami ..... .Sprinjrfleld..... 615pm >v1Ue......... 7-1'JBD\ .
,-railroads in the United: ,States. Drummers' Teams on Short Notice. Dra ing a Specialty. GAINESVILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO. 53opml .. ...... .nsasCity.; ....?. '. 10 40an-, .. .... ... loam'

VPrompt This train will commence running Wednesday. January 19th.
Our for six
l1ay
P ension- TIME CARD NO.25.
... attention given to all! orders. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
months would build the ,Nica '--'' In effect on and after Nov. 7. Nos.31 and 32. NEW YOiUC aid FLORIUA LIMITED: VESTIBULE, between New York
-'- No: 1. No. 3. No.2 No. 4 Jacksonville and St Augustine.Nos. .
ragua canal, and in another Daily ex.Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. 33; and 30 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and JacksonvUle and the Clncln
Ducklon's Arnica Salve. NOTICE. Sunday. Sunday.Lv. nati Sleeper via Ashevilie. -
six months it would duplicatethe Nos. 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connectionwith !
The Best Salve in the world for There will be a public Rale of unclaimed ex- am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. ,Ar. pm. 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. : .
Western Union telegraph 720: 300 t..OalnesVUle..ll00 700 .
35 carries the Cincinnati and Florida! Limited, with the Tampa,Cincinnati.St.Louis and
packages in front of the Southern Express .. ...
press 727 3 10 f. .Minnie 11111 10 58 653
system for the benefit of the Cuts, Brul: es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ,office at Wa'.do, Florida!, at nine o'clock 730 315 t..Cannon'sxlng.. 1055 650 Kansas N 03.City 1 and Sleepers.2 carry the These J ack are onvllle brought and to New JacksonvUle Orleans Sleeper.by No 33.
a. m. on Saturdi.y April 9, 1898, to satisfy .
735 320 to. .Rocky Point. 1050 646
Fever Sores Tetter claims for charges ... tDaily except Sunday. *DajJy: except-Saturday and Sunday. This train does not ran .
; Chapped : on same.A
.Rheum -
. public. list of Jill such uuclulmcd matter can be 750 335'f. Wacahoota: .. 1040 630 i Monday. Sunday and Monday only. :Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg. Manatee
800 845 t..Flewellens. 1030 620
Hands Chilblains Corn und found in Southern Express: Company's officeat ... River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer Manatee, for all points on Manatee .
7 If the pension roll h d been 805 Clyatt's 10U( 615 river. At Siarke lorLaUrosse. At Waldo steamer for Melrose.: Connects at Tallaeassea
and ,... .
: Waldo. Starke. all other principal offices 810 355 .Kirkwood. 1010 610
confined to doubt the. 'Gar- all Skin Eruptions, and positively) in the State.S.. 845 400 t..... Elmore....... 10 OS 605 for Carrabelte.steamers.St.Connects Marks, and at Ocala ApalachacoU.for Homosassa.Connects Connects at River at Junction Fernandina for ChatlabooonaRiver for Cumber .,.
J. KKNPARD, Jr.,Agent. 8 17 >ws 405 t. ..Tacoma .. 1000 600 land Route :steamer: to the Island and Brunswick.All .
1' field standard we would never cures Piles, or no pay required. It 820 410f.... Taylor's......... 955 5 55 baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
I 825 t..Micanopy 950 I 550 Office, 20: Hogan Street. a weU at the Union ticket office. .. .
: as Depot
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have had: a dificit Jn a single is guaranteed to give perfect sat 835 42. .TusoaurilU... 940 543 It. u. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. E. MARSHALL,
For JOB WORK 837: 4 301.Lake SImonton 935 5 40
,.I \ Vear, mid instead* of issuing :I isfaction} or money lefande'd. Price Try us 8 42 435t... Hickman. .. 930 535 Ticl.etg$ ,t 202 U M Bay St., corner Hogan, Jacksonville, )Kla.
847 t..SoutEbide .... 925 530 WALTER O. U(>LEMAN, Geuerai Traveling Ageut, Jacksonville.;
) new bonds to make both ends ,, 25 cent..pet; box 852 445t..Dungarvan..92IJ:\ A. O. MucDONNELL, (len. Pass. Agent. *:*: .
902 500 t.. .. .Irvine..... 910 515
meet we should have exhibitedto For sale at J. L. G Bkiu's Drug WE CAN DO (T RIGHT. Ar.am.... Arp"m..,. ..Fort Drane ..Lv.am.. .... Lv.pm.... 5

the world long before now telegraph stations

the remarkable spectacle of a Store.A THE f.-flag.atat[J.'/ns.F. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent.V. ; rL Southern ._ _

government out of debt and million men in Italy are J. IIERLONG. Gen. Man.

reducing taxes to cut downits working at 20 cents a day but NEW YORK WORLD

surplus revenues. the cliinateis very temperate, J. F, P, MoMUBET, .. Railway'.


As long as the pension leak and little fuel ,is needed except DEALERIN BgHTTELT I THE SHORTEST ROUTE. .. .

continues at its present dimensions for culinary purposes. THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION FANCY GROCERIESI t

it will bb useless for Clothing does not need to be 'i' O't1GlI PULLMAN: DBA WINO ROOM OARS Dnniro CAHS, .F .

Gage or anybody else generous or costly. Vegetablesand ""KEEP ".. THOROUGHFARE: COACHES, VES'Imt1LED'RAUrs... .
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Secretary 18 Pages a Week i
fruits are at their finest The Best and Freshest Stock In Town.TRY .
formulate financial
to policies -
and cheap. With these and a 156 Papers Year ME..ASK .-
with tho idea'of relieving NORTH EAST AND WEST.TWO
loaf of rye bread, a five 'cent ...... .
the distress of the
treasury.-
bottle of wine slightly FOR ONE DOLLAR. .
New York Journal very DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST.....
alcoholic and thoroughly nu- FOR

Discovered by a Woman. ; tritousand healthful, the Italian Published every Alternate Day except Sunday. Washington and Southwestern Limited

Another great discovery has been gets a great deal of. nourishment The Thrice-a-Week Editionof TICKETS And the United States Fut MH.

add and that too by a lady in and comfort with a little "
t1f' TilE NEW YORK WORLD is
C:::? 21 IIOU2S JACKSONVILLE TO WASHIKOTOK.
-Italy Correspondent.: VIA }iiJ
this. country. "Disease fastened money. first among all "weekly" papers CULT 27 HOUas JAOZ30HVILLE TO SSSo31 w YOBS .

its clutches upon her and for seven in size, frequency of pub

year she withstood its pevorest i lication, and the freshness, VnUVsIed Trains mmpomd of Latest Improved PuTltMn 5J *yinf Car sit. Jit tel T3iaU

were Skin Diseases. and variety of its >S Cr tiironch wlthoat ch Qg. to Wmjihl.tr m,Bftlti..r *
tot accuracy .
nxiia'jphU.,New York ul tb. Ku. .
undermined aud death seems For the speedy and permanent cure of contents. It has all the merits J clison ville .

imminent. For three months she of $6 daily at the priceof ..
tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham a great THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE":
coughed incessantly, and could berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is a dollar weekly. Its political ;.,
TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVilLE. .,.
without an equal. It relieves the itching :
discovered
not sleep. She finally and smarting almost Instantly and news is prompt, complete, ,.

a way .to recovery by purchasingof its continued use effects a permanent accurate and impartial as all its AND Through 5hcpiag! Car Daily Jacksonville to a

us a bottle of Dr. King's New cure. It'also cures itch, barber, itch readers will testify. It is ..
Discovery for Consumption and scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, THE Cincinnati, via Asheville, Through th ...
chapped hands chronic and against the monopolies and for
sore eyes
ass so much relieved on taking lids. "LAND OP THE SKY.
t granulated
I first dos, that sho slept all night j the people.It .

tend with two bottles, has been absolutely Dr. ('adJ' Condition Powders for prints the news of all the r,er c1tta1f1oI I)"" .i""t .... to rata M1oedUeA. d. rotn= tar """". Haas. .tei e7 Wen .
J1T1 &KIVZI of tb.Sotrrauca RALWAT or Ita connection
cured' Her name is Mrs. horses are the best tonic blood purifier world, having special correspondence arena .

vermifuge. Price, cents. Soldhy from all
Luther Lutz. Thus writes Wl importantnews L. A. SHIFMAE Florida Puss Agt. 212 West Bar: Street. JackiraTflfo, 71*

C. Haranick &.Co., of Shelby N. I have 3! choico lots, right in points on the globe. It 1. M. OULP. W. A. TURr, 8. H. aABD' 'IO$,

C. Trial bottles free at J. L. Gas- has brilliant illustrations, The Tr :aaiMauftger. of.... P..... ABt, AM 9m.?>**. Act..
Regular size60c'V the heart of tlio city, that I will W..1 utoa.D C. Pa/'ltnyka! D.a Atlanta e...
kin *' Drug Store. stories -
by great authors, a capital
: and $1.00. Every bottle dispose of for cash, at a very low Jacksonville May 2, I8q .
humor page, complete mar -- _.. .._ .. .
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guarantee*!. figure. information, kets for the house and
departments Tampa '
p apply at this office.CASTORIA. .
't The !Methodist Church in hold and women's! work and Key WestRailway .. THE POMONA NURSERIES

this country -is reported to other special departments of NEW. CATA1898 :. .

hay contributed last year over unusual interest. WILL BE READY TO MAIL D( OCTOB2S. i iOM ;
We offer this. unequaled
$1,500,000 for foreign missions. For Infants and Children. A North : .. .
af
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and TIlE FLORIDA party writes n foUovfl ear i)7 f
newspaper leg.e: ''-win you >.eale contributed j
All other churches The Kind Yop Hava Always Bought SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together and .: <>' ., ) lased I Cod M .&MY lat.r..ti.g t
Q similar amount in proportion I one year for $1.50 I' South Line 4} ,'Y '. Uii.i Is it tk ,t I Bears theSignature I
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their m.mber hip. During '" ; copy. .
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of .. regular subscriptionprice .Through : ; -. Oar Dew 189 OUlor wilt crxiUt ttt tfif
the same period 3OOaOOQ. # of the is r (; rood feat.ns oHM II97QtaloPfkshl"i m.117mev t
two 200. .
papers the A; eae*. Fully lUartrtted wi k nr we
Americati men, women andchildren : .. """14 PJaotOlT8P1rIc View. We o&tr a fU f-tte of t
To the L.diee-A neat and ..p FnitaDII oerareatslh entad5u.iesa.pt.dNtio.tktrsplaaffag
without sufficient pretty ,4 ., Cat.i. 1ree. A44zsn t.
were HEART f ,-
', visiting card is something that EDWARD MDDLETON .
THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.. t.
tho
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food to craving ,
appease every lady young or old, is proudto Nrwut.ae M tPreft....

'.. hunger or sufficient clothing possess. Now, we have. on hand I Successor to Andrews& Jfiddlcnoa. of --. ,Peach fN---s.atliena--_.-PfwtM.- -=, .roxoxA-.. vnxnirjG. . .P.--------succi. wnrr.a.\-L.. .

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to protect their bodies from a quanty of the very hest; cards .. _-00 J .

.; important and the etc. fur turning outas PROPRIETOR OF FLORIDA. -JOB PRINTINGBring WE HAVE HO ACEfiTSb
'; the.cold Is.it more vitally type, .
.. nice and dainty a card :1R. .t ship Craaa oar fe<:!""y rt
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Bible in
to put a can get nDY.fhere."t Starke Ltery i Feed and; Sale :M( _ber. tot!e rffJ .s-sr CtS.i'eparat

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::NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS :Scbool Board Proceedings.The 1 PERSONAL.NQTES.Dr. : Air. Win. .: -. < :..4., He'
.. Tyson, Deputy Sheriff of
: school" (board met in regular E.' A.. Todd-,'of Law ey'wasln_ Bradford county, made a business: ,:: ._."._- .:S"__; ._;;;;;?5. ;;ii._o'E-- : --.tE. :.e-"" :. 1P: C '
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I: '".. GATHERED CITY,AND NEIGH ses-ion Tuesday, April 5th, 1898, the city Tuesday. !trip to Lawtey'yesterday. -:- J

BORHOOD. at':the court house in this city. All 1 Mr- Hlf, of New River, Is visiting I Mrs. Chan: Lipford returned to her!: To CASH 4!

: members were, 'Present. The boardceived" relative in the_'cliy. home atGreen Cove Springs to-day BUYERS ; J)

". the report of Prof Schell] Mr. R. Winchester, of after 8I' spending, few days visiting i -

: ,ITEMS PERSONAL>, PERTINENT 4 PECU IAR. who reported all the schools in the was:* iu the city Wednesday.Mr. Cincinnati. relatives: in this city,_ ; We are closing out o.ur l!

in MI'!!. MontmolHn, who linn been .
county flourishing condition W. E. Davis male a businffs I entire stock of .
.
--- visiting her .
daughter, Mrs. _
Lee
Weather Forecast. The board"''then took np the.regu trip to Gainesville! ""ednclldlY.Col. .- Hoffman in this city, returned: to her .. '. r, ." ,

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Fair Car routine, of business, such as Notch marls a professional home at Palatka to days .
to-night nnd -
Saturday issuing warrants for teachers visit to Lake Jiutl*'r Wednesday. Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc!
generally etc.
warmer. with Easeriywinds. t- I Maj. Chas.- P. Lovell, traveling ,
One hundred dollars! were appropriated Tax Collet-tor] J. C. Byrd;of Lake solicitor for the Clyde Lin" ,'was on 'f L

p for the purpose of building 'Butler, was in the city Tuesday* 'our streets Tuesday. 't'he'Major says In fact everything we have in '

-"* Old papt-4* for sale at this office. a new school hone at Bloxliam.This ; 3Jr. Paul Canova returnei from a he Is ready. for war at any time. stock, and we. will sell goods

Blank mortgages for sale at this was appropriated providing' business trip to Tumpa yesterday.. Mr. .1. .R. Moore, a prop! .rous ..

office. that the citizens of that neighborhood t'ol. A. V. Long made a professional : truck* farmer from )1iddlt>bur wan At Prices That fill Our
in the Surprise .
city People. '
would add hundred'ant rd visit to Lake Butler )Wedneday.Mr. yesterday Mr. Moore
Attend the '"81d hoS!" sale at one brojght; in a large load of cabbage. ..
fifty dollars to 'thE ) A. Clark returned .la
Waldo appropriation.Col. yester
tomorrow and
buy yourselfrich. C. L. Peek from a business+ visit to Jacksonville J'Sheriff Den-nark re'urned! hoim A visit to our store will convince .'
,.representing the from
Macclenny
,Mr. Wednesday night you that we mean just
and
Atlantic "Mrs. Tenant ,
Lumber Company came returns I wh -re he had been at the bed side ofhi what we say; Respectfully .'
There were more strawberries before from a visit to Savannah, Oa., 'u.-a- 'son-in-law. ,
the! board for the purposeof Sheriff .1. E. "VV.Driggertj. ..
.
hipped} Tuesday than any day' tbi* day. -. '
purchasing GOO acres of school' .- -
season. land. A committee consisting of Mr. Arthur J. Doyl", of S mrortl.W t, Col. Johns, a prosperous farmer I S N.W.HACKETT -
\.i In the city on business!: Wrdu'+:s- from the New ,
Mrs. E. Strong received a, box L. W Kickliter and J. B. Ilollings- River aefttiou.- was' -,- -in-- J .
Clay.Mr. the city Wednesday.! The Colonel Starke. "
of fine tropical fruit from a friend i worth was appointed by the boardto R. Johnson, of Columbia, Hays all of the boy s in his section are Fla. .,

., at Miami veiterday.- inspect!? the land and report at T uu., Mas on our pavements W d- anxious fur '\ar. -." ._....._......._ ""' -.._._._......._. .,.,._.,.,.,.,....,." ..,--. .- .'-.,... ;;;; -.
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Blank turpentine land leases for the next meeting. TheTrtaanrerVreport ue-day. > )1 r. Loss Bei,ley and family have .J ," '._- ".-.pO_._-.-,.-. -. .. ._-./ -. -"-

sale at this office. If you want was then examined and found Mr. Ort"i'n Owens has accepted n psitlou ->- moved tu Waldo, Mr. Hen-ley is a .:.J

come and to be correct, and the scrip was ordered with the Fruit, Growers' Aaso-i!: sconductoi on the F. C. & P. R'>'. aud t -
see
any us. cancelled. The board ins'rncfed e+ial ion.- movl l to Wal-lo in order to be)uto r.*

Mr. J. J. McDonald's bridge Superintendent Schell to-' Dr. Wa ker departed for Jacksonville convenient to his work. War Declared >

gang hag nearly completed the apply) for a Summer:.Normal School Tuesday where he will visit M' >. FID ley BIrch: a popular your J. '

the trestle across Aligator Creek, relative) m-m of Pneonir, Fhi., is visiting c-
for Bradford county. relatives) in tlw'cty.: A'',our: six Not by the ,Government, but -. ,..:

Mr. Hardy Underhill brought] in i the There being no further business i at Mr.this F.| lace G. Fox, went, the down night operator ago Mr. Illltfh} was a salesman: : year ir-t?* .. the people should be more,in -: ...,-: {v'.'.;_ -'

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Hoard to Citra ..
yesterday six crates of the finest adjourned to meet again r yesterday. Mlr ;:tn'8 stationery store in thi t.terested. in the war . .r. '
:
on the 1 fiivt Tuesday in May. city. ;' ','
strawberries have "
we seen this Mr. Jack Beasler, one of Waldo'4prominent

.. season. Commissioners' Proceedings.The citizens, was on'our streets! Mr:(. V. J. Slrpm! n, of Lawtey, UN PRICES
wag: in th- G ,
citTUt'tllay '
Mr Isam ki1Ied'a i board met 'rne yesterday. ucompanieuhv
Cone
larg<- -day, April her (daughter, Mr*.. Fuller of '
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which has been declared
twenty seven pound wild cat on 5th 1898 persnant to adjournment. -) t Boston, 11lsMrs.. Shipmau and the at.
his father's All members : daughter 1 + returned home the store of - - -
place near Crosby lake were present. The city Tuesdiy.Mr. on evening -

Tuesday. v--1 minutes of the last meeting \t'ercrea.d train.

and approved and the regular Robe t Wynn, one of Sampson Yellow Jaundice Curai. ( J.AT.HoDGESj--:
The cold
wave yesterday morn- City's substantial citizens, was in the
ing made us think that winter'wa r.Ier of business was, then taken city ye.-ttrrd.i3' Suffering humanity should be .. -
np. A petition to discontinue supplied wih Who says everything must go
part t I every means possible ;
returning but it was a bluff, for today Mr. Richard Reaves and wife; of to make ro.in for new goods.
+ it is warm and pleasant. of the public, road leading fromDteklcs m Waril City, was: in Bradford's: largest for its relief. It is with pleasure He i is undoubtedly! .

Mill to.New Hope Church t city jesterd y. we publish the following :

The A*, S, R..& G. railroad ,will was granted. Tax + "This is to
Collector Byrd 1 Mrs. Tennant left for Waldo Wednesday certify that I was a .The Leader ofLow 'Prices

soon be hauling phosphate over its appeared before the beard and where she will! upeu up a terrible sufferer from Yellow ,

_line. It will then be necessary fur sked for an extension of taxes until millinery store. Jaundico for over six months, and Why send away fur goods when .

that road to put on an extra train. the 25th day of May\ which wa. lies L. B. Boaz has accept' n position was treated by some of tho bests they can he' bought just as '-

Col. J. R. Martin had the misfortune granted. Ordered that Mrs A. as! salesman at McMurry physicians iu, our city and all t"- cheap at home. .; ,. ,

to logo his pocket book Bailey be granted a relate of $ton
last Wednesday. The book contained her tax. ai-ses-ments for lU::; ,. Col. Grunto, Lake Butl"-r'f proini" recommended Electric Bitters ;
neat meiubrr of the bar I Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Shoes,Trunks and Valises
Also that was: uu our :and after taking ,
John two bottles I
something over $5.00 i inraonov. Kellum be alh+wean d streets Tuesd-iv.! \\'ientirely \* Undertakers': Goods, Bui:der's Materials.\ Shelf ,

'. exemption of $200 his cure I now take great Hard+vu'e, Tools .
on tax Mr.\ John S. Arn..!lil) ; Tanning Harness, Sudd 'ry 'and
one of Gaines
assessments for 1897. A viII,,' pleasure in recommending them, Brittles, Furniture, Stoves, /;
petition Blinds
::! proutiu >
+ ut
Many of our subscribers citizens!: WUH in the
owe us
for how. c ncerning the, New R vcr ro t1 city Weduedd.iy.d to any person suffering from this" Paints and Oils ALL GOING .
ub8cription and would
we terrible
be u'.ts upon motion postponed until ,!I. C. I.. Pe k return d malady. I am gratefully Fresh Stock of
pleased to }have them from a bus Groceries'
and It will come np another meeting. A }petition, to mess trip f the wu-tern part of the yours" M.: A. Ho ;arty, Lexington Constantly or Han l'
pay. save us sending :a Ky. Sold
by J. L. Gaskins
bridge Water Oak creek the county yesterday.Mr. ,
collector to you. on Druggist. I SELL FOR SPOT CASH. at cash prices and
public road leading from Lawtej O. W. M.iinus; one of New defy tition.- '.

Those northerners who} went to Siarke was granted.W. Rh' r'K prominent citizens: was:! iu Rev. J. A. llendry will deliver comp ..

home this week and found the F. Edwards was appointee town! \Vtt ues uy. A splendid Easter sermon at the T. :aODGEJS.: ,

ground'covered with snow will beef inspector for a term of twelvemonths Mr. Joe Leoviit the
hustling ioiuiniHMon Methodi church
next Sunday. A Truby Sternberg & Co-'s old stand
irish that they had remained iu vice, 11. Austin, time ex I man made a business trip, to special musical
Florida pired. La" ley ye-ter+lay. !program; has been J

just a little while longer. Amount of i issued elected by Mr. Chas. B. Os.t t, win .-__._."_.- .", .".- .,.,. ./II' .'" .............. . ...... .....
scrip $852.87! Mr. M. N.. Gei .<...IIDo.<'.... .... -... Ofbooo'Ci1Jp! .. 'i"'_ __ __ .
The T. & T. refrigerator car is a There being no further, business the i-huut of Waldo,er was, :t sacci-Jsfiil in the +l mer-.. will conduct the choir on that day :?t "" ..e-: ... ..... .... ,.po :;.""" "."""J' .jiiI.,.,<.4I! :-J. ."., ,

grand success. On its last trip the first hoard adjourned to meet on the business!: !: )'(-! L' relay. city n In the evening at 7 o'cloi-k then I THE C. B. ROGERS CO.J!
Tuesday in
berries went through in tine con May. Mr. M. N. lilantou on" of will be special service fur the children t' ili
dition and when the Hamp.tou'd 1 under the t{ IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE rinnrrrpQ, li/
car returned.1 Council prominent business men, was -au piCl'a4 of tit
IJroc.'edjn s. :T ACXSCrvt.E:: : : :. ZOJ.A... ill
lots of ice was found in the ice Council on our Creels I uestiay Orange Blossom's Missionary. Soci .IlU,
compartment.The met in re-riila;-. re3,ion Mr. J. = Provisions, Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc. ill
I' Wednesday S. Griner, the {j.rince of sty g
evening, April Gth O
strawberry: growers from SOLE AGENTS FOR Our !hl f
" Bradford County Guards 189!, with J. M. Trtiby in the WrtS I iu the city Tues.lay.Mr. Theresa, "A word to the wise(: is sufficient"and f business confined t> the f
2J Fairbanfc Canning Co. Lion Brand trade only. Orders from con- W
are enlisting new men in their c'.mir.: Others present ilacla, a word from the wise should! neither
Bud Crews, a rsumers solicited nor def f\
ranks. Capt. E. S. Matthew \IiJdletun, and Morgan. Treasurers i fl torn tiie Water prosperous Oak aeciouwa! farmer be sufficient but you ask, who ar Canned_ seats sireds m

; wishes nine more men as soon as report for March IbOS found to on our streets WednesdayMr. the wise? Those( who know The' .
Made
possible. This will make a total of he correct and oft repeated experience of trustworthy $ Quotations Promptly On Application. mt"
ordered Holliu
scrip destroyed. aworth, the hustling ..... .................. .... .... ... ..
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sixty men including the officers. Dr. E. L. mill man of Ward persons nriy he taken fat .- .-. "" """ "-.fI"" .If1III'
Stewart, the City, was: in the _.jiiI."" -. .--""" :p. .".- .-'.-.-'..............-...... ....... ."............e:
Remember. the "old hoss" wile' city health officer, was present in city on busin. Tuesday. kn'wJedgtMr.. W. M. Terry
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will take place at Waldo to-mor the inlcrerts of the sanitary condition Miss Hattie Wills{ has ieturne l : says that Chamberlain's Cough:

row. The Southern Express Company of the town. After hearing from a pea! !'aut visit with her sister KHmedy gives better satisfactionthan E. W. DRIGGERS,. -
Mrs. D.
Weeks, of LaCioase.Mr. other
the doctor's any in the marketHe
will sell several hundred report' on this: impure.int
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unclaimed i K. Q. Douglass, the has been in the drug bushies. LIVERY SALE AND FEED "
packages and some v f then, question the council) ordered I piano salesman hustling : STABLES
the clerk to have made a bnsines-!: at Elkton, Ky., for twelve ,
f' the year ;
are valuable. There is lots of fun city attorney trip to Lake Butler Monday. i has
as well as draw an ordinance giving Dr. sold hundred of bottles of this- >>) -- STARlrE, FLA.-- '4'I (
profit "ok
attending an Stewart the Sf r. T. If. Wallis, :knight: of the remedy J and nearly all other ,

hoss" sale. power to enforce astrict grip+ from Savannah, Ga., was!: iu the cough medicines manufactured -,'.-
sanitary condition ; ." "
of the city on business Wedue .
A bicycle, a negro and a bridg town. Bills amounting to $ 14.13 -day. which shows conclusively thatChamberlin'fi '-1 Hake a Specialty of Conveying> >; i Hen ;:
Or. Cal+"n, Wildo'd skilled Tmeltag>; (to Points fn the County.SECONDHAND > .-* '. ,
formed quite a talbean Wednesday were ,presented,, and ordered to be phygjciin l- is the most satisfactory -

-afternoon.; The negro was ridtuacross g paid. There being no further business day ,en passed route to through Jacksonville., the city Tue' :,- to the people and is the best. ,...
the
Aligator Creek bridge'at council adjourned subject t Fat sale: by'7. L. Gapkins HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
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to the: call of the chairman. !' Maj. T. E. Bui;. fir this city, -
ept-nt '
; rapid rate of speed; when the'whee 1 I 'a
GEO. A. GARDIXEB, Clerk. few days +if last week attending td Berry shipments m have been s<

took a foolish notion to durk its business in tin- Ancient Uit1' large; for the past week that* tine

rid r in the creek and proceeded VA Sad Accident.
to Mrs. Corupr left Wednesday Express company has been taxed! /

land him in four feet of mud and Last Tuet,day David Rosier, 1\\ Hampton after spending a few day for*: to its iitmoot capacity to furnish It A11addn7 cui1 Oil

water. The darlccy 14-year-old >son Daniel viitlnMr4. M. .
escaped unhurt Rozier. { ? Johns in! this city.: prompt strvico. Four and five

however' save the fact of.him vho lives on ,New River, happened Mrs. T. PVall departcd'forGeinea cars are attached to every.train and I

getting A. good bath which we 'o a very painful' but not dangerus : : 'ville Wednesday after spending a an extra goes{ through nearly
every
hope. will have no serious effect on4him. accident while plowing in a few days visiting relatives' In this day. A solid car was loaded here 7 For Sale By
I
field ity. II
on his father
place.
Young yesterday. .I

___ "v Tho ice cream _social given bytheladioa Rosier was plowing in a field invljfch Miss Emma T.-nnant and Mica Eta FJ l'
.' } there '\" re'several pine trees Barnes, two of Starke'a channiuj o. .s'Won.A.: J. P.
of the :
: Baptist church at McMurry .
> and it will be, remembered that youuj: I adieg!, are visiting friend' in i I l3san. tk, A Ila Kind Yoa Han Atars! Ecggtt
the Hodges building Waldo. > ,
Wednesday last ;l #
Tuesday ef .
morning the windolew -
evening was a success in -
everyrespect. i't a tierce gale all of the Mr.--W. 0; Tyson and son, Mr. .5..T
morn The Victor
There Band :
was a large crowd lends the Van
Manon
'ug. Tyson, Were ) Dir. :
One of the visiting and i
large trees blew GROCER .H-
. .. in attendance and enjoyed the Jown Mrs.:: T.V.. Sweat( In thi city last so does the Victor Oats at Whit 'r:

Jelicioug ico.cream and cake as well) directly behind young Roriei Alondiy. Grocery. :
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tad one of'the limbs .
struck him in .
t '&s the music furnished the band.!
by
Miss Amelia Ray r.-turned Xo-lo-tte for fifty '
: ,' he face; tearing a greatgash in the to her OuartII ,)ed Cuts S'J: AeXEJ. 0,"
r /.Theladies netted something over l left, side of his :tome at Hmptou yesterday: afternjwndins BMO b'oq, blood totwcco pure.babit,We.care_tu tR,rnzbe weak rr.oatc: : A' .. <.
c1ru.mta.
ti $10. They wish face and nearly destroying a few 11 0, ..
: to thank all thos, days visiting relatives ; ;.!ii.
" the left He iu Info cltJ'. Just stop and inspect handsomc1v ""
eye. wa our -
S who kindly< Helped] them in thU.social > I One ..t.. '
, and especially wish to thanktue.b mmediately brought to Dr. E. L. Mrp: Wiley returned toJack I' decorated_ show windows.W. Gallon 16cts. Ii

t-: : nil Stewart in this city who succeeded Monday onvllle B HA.YNES'OO. Five Gallons 65cts. .
; for their kind assistance in after .H pfeastnt! viit :; :
relieving-.the
' I young,man of his with her daughter, Mrs. A. Selna UToBao for :Fifty,CeDI.cuin.ztecd .-. ,, ", "9,
the affair
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; in making a ; : !
success. sufferings.- -
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e r-rra. r;;;$t. .s U! d:;z-tense. Oil in the city. ? .

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