The Florida weekly advocate
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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME IV. STARKE, FLORIDA. APRIL 12, 1898. NUMBER 4?.- ., ..__'"

Official. Directories. I II COUNTY HAPPENIM Dry Tortugas. 4, LEE RETURNS, HOME. ,British Consul, called with FLORIDAPITATTERS. '
Those who remember the Gen. Lee,on Capt. Gen. Blanco,
STATE. 1 A _
-- civil war remember the Dry also puzzled many, some believing
Governor. Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL <
-Secretary of Stat,J. L. Ciawford. INTEREST-: ; Tortngas, but most of the rising All Americans Left Cuba Sat.urdaY' that this meant that an EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE
Comptroller, \V. II. Reynolds. .1 WEEK.
alliance had been
English set-
Treasurer J. B. Wbitflpld.AttorneyGeneral. I generation-have a. very vague I

of.Agriculture Wm. Lamar.Comntianlouer L.. B. Gleaned, by Cur Able Regular Correspondents.. conception of them. They are Afternoon tied., The truth is that. Havana Gathered From Oar State Exchanges. .
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Wombwell. Lake,Butler. spokenof now as an island newspapers have been ,- -'

Superintendent, \ '. N. Sheats.of Public Instruction Mr. Thomas Pinkston, of I which will be fortified. They Spain Declares but it an Comes Armistice under such close censorship for Mr. Flagler, of the East Coast .

SUPREME' COURT. Blair_ was in our city Saturday. have just been transferred from too Late. months, have been made to hotel system has decided not
Chief Justice R. I
Justice, Milton, H.Taylor.Mbray; F. B the Treasury to the War De """ publish so many untruths, and I to build: the large hotel at Nas.sau"
There was an "eggpipping"at KEY WEST, Fla., April 10.-
Carter. have printed so many tales of th
I partment. .year on account of the
COUNTY. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. "Tell the Olivette to get under the United States downat
There are ten of them and backing war scare.
State Senator, A. Crosby.. .
D. Cowles. -
Representatives,.L. D. Wall! and E. Cabb. t they lie at the extremity of the way at once, Captain the demand of Germany, --
',P. Ward. Signal the Bache that the Unit- An exchange says that Leon 1
Tax Collector J. C. Byrd ,Uncle Josh Wheeler of New Florida.. Keys, j just within the Italy, Austria, and Russia, has seventeen candi-
Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson.Treasurer. River in : ed States fleet is ready to clear that residents take ..
: was the Central City Gulf of .:Mexico and form a the no stock '
E. S. Mathews.; ourof Havana and please follow dates for the legislature, and
Clerk of Circuit Court, Col.V.. F. last, Saturday. ** part of :Monroe county, Flor- whatever in anything published -
Weeks.Slitriff. the.Bache out." the weather is not good for -
S. B. Denmark. Mrs. T. P. Register and ida. Except where mangrove These' the words of Con- \ Consequently, when legislative candidates either.
County Surve'ur, R. K. Ensey.; Miss bushes they are barren they saw the Americans leav- .
01 Superintendent of Public luutructlon. (laughter, =f Jenn'ie.sPentSaturday grow sul General Lee at 5 :15 yesterday According to the ,of
F. D. :Shell.: nru', ::":"',, : ..nndkihe.. )largest-part: oftheraJszamen ; ing, contrary to the statementsof report
County Juilge, J. R. Richard.: ii t ':afternoon, as he stood on Special State Examiner. V. "
M -, ( ,. islet on which stands the papers, to the effect that
Justice of Peaci for DisrietNo. ,
the : ) : The EpwortU j League a the of .the. Fern with a Knott ex-Tax Collector F. D.
6, Geo A. tJardiU'r. ;; gave Fort Jefferson in which'" poop they had no intention of going, ,

C uuty ommisilunera..lutteTiun-, beautiful and touching Easter pout- group correspondents! around the believed crisis Pooser, of Marion county, is
hn, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. BUnton, cal prisoners were confined people a wasSPAItf

J. J. Crews, D. W. CJyatt. ....-- service on Sunday evening.Mrs. during the war-men found Him.- It-' was evident. to. all that- .a>..,... b an'a. ,- '-',' .; : short in his accounts to the extent -

General Lee"intended to be the } of $21,000.Some .
CIt Y. ',' I Henneta Meloin accompanied guilty of complicity in the 5tfRANTTS t : AN ARMISTICE." .....".. :

Mayor, A.T., von Ktpi.' i by the Misses Adkins. assassination: of President 'Lin- last to leave, and murmurs of WASHINGTON; .&pril! id;, L of the farmers around
,Clerk Assessor George, T. W.:Sweat. spent last Saturday shopping con, all of whom were pardonedby applause went around in sup- The Spanish ..Govern eutj \Valdo are,.. selling corn and

Treasurer, E. Dum-an. in 'the.Central t port of his intention. The I'I '
)Marshal J.1'. Denuet.NiRlit City. a. President Johnson save the had through its :Minister at Washington home- nid.e'bacon.... in' that.;1'",,,,, town.: ..' ."

Pollc" N.- Jon s. Brother York filled his regular one who died there. The islandsare Evelyn already passed Senor Polo y Bernabe, Such farmers wilt: WY pace; tt:
Aldermen, F II. Morgan, Edward Mbrro Castle when the Olivette :, .
Middleton. J. M. Truby M. W. Hack- appointment here Sunday frequently spoken of as the hasdelivered an important document to cry hard times, .nndln": : -
anchor. The Bachewas .
ett and. J. \Y. Hicks._ .- morning and evening. Both Tortiigas, but there is one on weighed close behind her, and the to the. State Department, of war they will be the 'one--} : ,.

Church Directory. services were well attended. the coast of Cuba, forming the stating that the armistice, that won't suffer.
Fern was the last of the line.
J. A. Hughes, entrance of the port of Nuevitas J which the Queen Regent of The Omaha ; meet-
Presbyterian I pastor Master Seeba King, returned. The wharves and boats on both Exposition ._
'fitrvices'eytry Ire, 2nd uud 5th Su.- and one off the northeastern Spain had commanded General
day. Prayerineetiwij, every Wed ues- home. for his summer vacationlast sides of'the narrow entrance to. ing took place in Jacksonvillelast
7 o' lock Sunday coast of Hayti. The name: I Blanco to proclaim to day, was
day evening Itt Friday night. His many the harbor crowded with !. week and a committee of
scliool every Sunday mo ulna at 11o'clock without conditions that her
and ,
was given by Spaniards
: friends are glad to see him on Spaniards, who hissed and five! was appointed to see what :

Baptist, Rev. G. T. L.'ituer, "Ulltor.: our.streets :again. French to low islands and the jeered as each_ boat passed out. Majesty's Government had i;I could be done through muni-
Services every 2ud and 4th Sunday.Prayertiieetlug surface of which resemble aturtle's granted liberal institutions on
every Ihursdayeveu Miss !Merle. Smith, of Guilford As the Fern rounded to, heading the island which the coming j cipal and commercial channels
u'cloc.. school, t back. ,
at Sunday
lug v everyaunday towards raising$25,000 to build
and :Miss Nannie T 1Dk- for the open sea, she passed
!: morning at !9:3J) o'clock. The Pariliament would develop, recalling -
plan in view is to
Florida end
1 Methodist, lIt"udr.1.8". ford of Sat- near the Maine wreck. The a building providean
Kev. .J. A. Buckscrape. spent the condolence and K
the fortifications of
tor.. Servicen Sunday, morning strengthen exhibit from tHis State.
I every deck l
group on had been laughing
urday and Sunday in Lake But
and evening. Yra)'ern.etiugev- Garden islet and erect steal sympathy expressed by the '

ery Wednesday eve-ilnijat: 7 ..cl'.ck.l lpr, the guests of Miss Carlotta and talking, expressingtheir Queen Regent and her Govern- Any county that is hesitat.?*
Sunday reboot every Sunday morw- piers there, so as to make. a:

lug, it 9:30 o'clock. Townsend. wf\ coaling station of it. The point satisfaction at leaving ment on the destruction of the ing between a pauper list'and a ,

.. Episcopal in, HeI'. Services R. Iloleman. The Ladies' Aid Society of is one of strategicimportance, Havana. With one accord Maine and the horror this poor* farm," says an exchange.
clergyman charge. every2nd each doffed his hat in
man salute "Had better send committee
and 4th Sunday afteruo ua.,3'30 thi M. E. Church. South, will : for. from that a fleet could disaster had occasioned in *
o'clock. Sunday school! every :Sunday : to the brave dead, while to inspect Oseeola. county's
sifterno'ou at'2 o't'luck. give an ice cream and box sup- protect the ring of cities on Spanish hearts and appealing to
silence fell on all for the space farm and find out how
Christian, no pastor:! at Im -'nr. : per next Friday evening for the shore of the Gulf.-Metroplis. the courtesy and sense of poor :a
\\Viuewla.vuveing of several minutes. General relief institution beat
Prayertneeling every fhe of purchasing an justice! of the United States public can ,
schoolvcry purpose: :
7 o'clock.'
( at Sunday 'Lee board the Fern
..1 Sunday morning at 9:30: o'- organ for their church. The being on Government to enlighten pub- the same time a profitable,
clock. The Size of Cuba. made that boat a target for redoubled income-bearing investment. =
public is cordially invited to lic opinion upon the attitudeof ,
The island of Cuba is 750 hisses, groans, cat-
Lodgcs. attend.A Spain. The DeLand Record says: '
calls and whistles from the ;-
Starse'Lodge No. '34,1C of P. meets miles, long and has an average The note also repeats the offer I "A'novel feature has been introduced .

every Thursday 7 p. in. certain young man drove width of about 60 miles. Its crowds on shore.WE of the Spanish Government to into the tobacco industry .'
W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, six miles to mill the other day SHALL BE BACK SOON.
r area is 43,220square) miles- submit the Maine question to t
[ Schroeder & Bonn of
J. R. DAVia, K. of R. and S. when there was a mill within a 1 by
"Get out Yankee Satan !
Bradford Lodge No. 4F... A. M., mile of his home to see his girl about one-third larger than experts, designated by the New York. If a planter-will

meeting.every Thursday before the Indiana ;and of nearly"onethirdless was among the mildest expressions maritime powers of the world. '| use $50 worth of fertilizer to
3rd Sunday 7 p. m.V. and upon his arrival he found used. This seemed to I
\ F. MALPHDKH.W.. M. area than Florida. Its This document was the official the acre and pay them $50 au
W. N. MEACHAM. Sec. she had come to town. He strike on board as
in round numbers everyone
population, notification of the Spanish acre, they will guarantee the
does not believe in
:May Lodge No. 10, I.O. O.F., meets "killing is over one and a half millions. ludicrous. Vice Consul Springer Government to the United .
1,000 pounds
grower per acre,
every Tuesday 7:30 p. m. two birds with.one stone"
any who had been on the island
L. W. KICKLITEK, N. G. About two-thirds of the in- States Government of the grant. and 27 cents per pound for the
'v. N. MEACHAU, Sec.k ; more. I thirty years, waved his hand to
habitants of
are Spanish ing of an armistice, and its tobacco thus produced.!.! "

.Mr. W. A. Tillis, of Zif, paid decent. a particuiarly abusive group, essential terms.

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY visit last Saturday saying in tones loud enoughfor The following assignmentsfor
our city a flying The soil is wonderfully pro- THE MESSAGE SENT TO CONGRESS. .

Y I evening retuVning home all to hear: "Wait, wait, teachers' summer schools,
"T I* OASKJNS, M. D., friends shall all be back State and Pea-
we supported by
Sunday morning. He arrivedin sugar trade has greatly in- ; was s+nt to Congress yesterdayat

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,- good time for the "egg-pip- creased in soon." body funds, have been made :
and good years noon, and as soon as read it

STARK, FLA. ping" at Mr. J. J. Arnold's. amounts to $100,000,000, about There was one pretty in- was referred to' the com mittfce Schools for whites alone have
cident. On the Cabanas shorea .
,Office at aaakia's.Dm*Store Easter and eggs are closely associated 75 per cent of which comes to on foreign relations in both been located as follows : Chip- .

in the minds of our the United States British steamer was unloadingat houses after which ley, Crawfordville, Perry, Jack-
"A L. SCOTT M. D., congress
\u young people. Porto Rico east of her war.lf. As the Fern sonville, Bronson, Dade City,
: 4.PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON' 4 lying adjourned until today, when
passed the Union Jack was Umalilla Kissimmee and Tit-
Cuba, also belongs to Spain. the fun will begin. The mes- ,
STARK, FLA. Our Florida State hoard of while the
dipped Englishcrew
: nsville (or some place agreed
The war in Cuba by the patriots favors intervention, but
sage -
Oboe)1>> at Oaskin's Drug Store.. health has now and will have a gave hearty cheer. It by the Superintendents
for independence was. begun in the President is not yet readyto upon
very important work in hand I is needless to say that the com Brevard, Dade, and Monroe '
and has recognize independence and
L. STEWART. M.D., 1869, dragged along l
E. during the trying war times. : ever since ,with varying degreesof pliment was returned with all he asks Congress to let him Counties.) Schools for negroes
Havana has always harbored 'a possible gusto. settle the Cuban question alone. alone have been located at

STARKE, FLA. most sneaking and vicious success times and, taking almost near doomed engery to Havana seemed dazed,yester- We doubt whether his last Quincy and Palatka. Schools .
Oflce at Starke Drug Co. p.nemyof, the human rsce which day when the people found request will be granted, and |! with departments for both races
failure at decisive
requires a most vigilant watching that General Lee was really to-day we expect *: located
have been at Pensacola
TATS POWELL D. Spain has a population of 17, action from the people's

-. PHYSICIAH AND SURGEON, to keep at bay. In all the 000,000, and an area of 196,000 going, acid that all the -Americans representative's.It ., Madison, Lake City, Fernan-,

STARKE, FLA. .1 I preparations; for war the yellow 'square miles. were going'with him. diva and Tampa. A school".

fever dangers must not be\lost Not to see the United-States is told of an old German for State Certificates at Gaines: 7'
Over thirty years experience in Diseases ot i sight of, and if the general .
the wise is sufficient"and 1
"A word to that he set stolidly and stupidlyon -
Childreo. Office StarkeDrag
..>. woven and Company.TTR. ; ... government will give our State flag floating from the staff, at ville.
word from the wise houldbe'suffici.en't.
a coroner's and listened -
a jury,
health board a fair showingand Casa. Neuvo struck many

.J. O..HAYNE3., a. large control in that but you ask, who are residents as little less than a to all the evidence, after The editor of an exchange

+ .DENTiST specific business, the people of the wise? Those who know. The calamity. '_The correspondentswere which he walked over toward wasevidently mad when he .

STARKE, FLORIDA.; Florida at least will feel a far. oft repeated experience, of trust- besieged with eager questions the corpse with some degree of wrote the following: "It is
thespeciaPenemy. worthy persons may be taken, for
greater'security against
9 Office at residence ofl South Street. i as to the intentions of the curiosity. Lifting the cloth he indeed strange 4l1ow ficklo
__, Teeth extracted: : pnlaleJy by means or local : .-Courier. knowledge. Mr.V..; M.. Terry
aaasthetlca.rf aaonaWe charges.AU kutda of dental work dose: at says that Chamberlain's Cough I Americans, and when they expected started back, turned to the other memory is. We know UJ'who n k

l The 'Mbnticello Tribune very Remedy gives better: satisfactionthan : ,a bombardment was jurymen -in amazement and can tell every hoof of stock! .: -

os."E.stoo ,- correctly advises the farmers to any other in the market.' likely to. commence.' The affright, and: cried out: "Mine owned by their neighbors l ; can .

Attorney. and Counsellor at Law. ; plant large crops of corn. If He has.been in th& drug business general.. officers' seemed as much Gott, shentlemen, dot man ish tell the age of every child born.. '... .

STARKER FLA. there is _war it will be in great atElktori,, Ky., for twelve years:; lost as ,the rest. A Spanish dead t" KEean in this vicinity for the last

Offic. at EesUc&oA. -on cherry Street. ',demand: at a fair price, bud if Irs sold hundred of bottles: thie officer of high rank besoughta thirty years; can tell exactly in ,

-. there is it- 'Jll better remedy;: and nearly all other tell him if O.A.S'1"On.A.. moment how much is .'
r.NSnr,..' no .war pay correspondent to t> = ida dad You Ran IJrmmwv. EcsgftIfeToB : a coming

4 KFi' J&VIL ENGINEER.COUNT to sell home grown corn at. cough medicines. manufactured_ : he had any news ,not made u. .d-.l-#. to them from other people,,bufc '

7 YSURVE OR.1'rcRessltnai 40 cents a bushel than to buy which shows conclusively that public and affecting the future ff # to save them from the; 'devil
Western: corn at 50 .cents a ChamberlitL's' is. the most satisfactory t.
Drawing. Dine PrlnUag.'vFstiinate of the city; c for Fifty Cents thejrcan't remember when tit 'ie
refor-\vith ,
bushel paying th 4 to the and is the best.
j people
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work twut'te
I ation.03ee
of on appU< ,
; Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes 9eatmaD1troi"l '
oa Can street..Uli C. L.Tctte or 5 cent; cotton. For salc'bv J.."L. Gaekina. 'The fact that Mr.Gollan the I .r, tmA ire ttt.Jt Andrrggista. subscription 1fII1::' expires .

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Florida !Semi.V\ eekly. Adioc te. Downfall of an/ Entire.- i' Our Commerce. '".i. Tro:1. .;;2es.

The decay of the Spanish Tbe fact that the great bulk.ol:. X "

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS ANDFEIDAJVSAT ; i Empire, which reached I its 1 our, shipping is done, in foreign I Tho bladder was created for one ==:::=

-- i zenith in the sixteenth, : century bottoms. has often been held purpose' .; namely a. receptacle' for I, : : ,: -:luwru 'C TORIA I..
STARKE, FLORIDA the urine, and m-stich it is not Ii-,
began under Philip II. This up as a reproach to our country
1 able to any form of, disease except
Florida monarch established the Inquisition and
Entered at the poslofflce at Staxke. ,- justly so.
as second-elass mail matter.I I t by 'one of two ways. The first
expelled the Jews The merchant marine' '
and Children.
way is from imperfect: notion of For Infants
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. and :Moors, and practically extinguished which we once possessed }has! the kfdne js. The second is _
"* ) way
** agriculture com.: almost entirely disappeared from careless local'trenhueut I : The Kind You Have

TEXAS R. HODGES. merce.. Under his reign the I under the blighting effect of other diseases. .

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. English destroyed the .*'Invincible 'our shipping laws. It, has been SAMPLE SLAT FREE. Always Bought

.. Armada" and captured literally "protected" to d. ath. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy J5NrcgetaaIcPrcparaionrorAsslmilatlng= ---- -

Advertising Rates. Cadiz. Then the decay became While this is a reflection. upon kidneys is the chief cause of bladder [ ibcToodandBegulatif -

tour advertising i aces will be as reasonable rapid. statesmanship st>me com- troubles. It corrects frequent ><*LteSteEaEis andJBowels of Bears the
as consistent with keeping up a good news' '
paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher toJsgue Under Philip IV. Spain lost pensation is found in the fact calls, inability to hold urine and a

such a a clean proportion,attractive of advertisements newspaper with as only' will Portugal, the Protestant partof that if we should have war scalding or stinging pai.1 in passing '" .t SignaturePromotcsIi

insure that all will be seen and read, and none the Netherlands, and in a very little damage could be inflicted it, or bad effects following use I esfionCherful-
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will of liquor, wine or beer, and over 'nessandV.est.Contillnsootha 1 ,
be uniform and will be made known on appli.,' war with France lost Roussilion. upon commerce, the comes that unpleasant necessity OpmaDIorpoine norl>!fcet a1. of

cation. ,. In order to keep his great bulk of which is carried of being compelled to get up NOTNAHCOTIC.

.. throne Philip IV. ceded Naples, under the flags of other'nations. many times during the night ,to ra..
The State of Texas is about urinate. The mild and extraordi-
Sardinia Milan and the rest of For the ending June 30
year ,. a rora sy"AugDi
offect of Dr Kilmer's Swamp-
75,000 miles larger1 in nary
square' the... Netherlands. to Austria, 1897-, the proportion of foreign'commerce Root: is soon realized. It stands ,Altdrnna.rahwsur,rAz-.
area than
Spain. gave Sicily to Savoy and surrendered carried by :American the highest for its wonderful cures jtnitiSttfl A

Three States have under con- Gibraltar and Minorca ships was a fraction over 11 you of the need most a medicine distressing you cases.should If Jtpjxrcaint 1Jnt.feulfth'iW oMJ4I1tJ"J.-- The I

S. sideration bills to tax bachelors to England.In per cent, and for the monthof have the best. At druggisth 50cts JIz.:rorr. I

$2 a piece per annum. the reign of Charles IV., December, the same year, it and $1. You may have a sample = a Kd I i
had bottle and pamphlet, both sent Apexfecf for Constipa-
successor to Philip IV., between : decreased to about 7 1-2 .
free by mail receigt of three lionSdrStowachDlarrhoea,
More than 19,000 tons of 1728 and 1808, Spain per..cent. Thus it will be seen 2-cent stamps upon to cover cost of 'VormsConvutsions.fcverish- :' +rr

phosphate were shipped from two that in the fiscal smmLOSSOFSUill You Have
waged wars against England year mentioned postage on the bottle. Mention

Fernandina during March. both of which resulted for one ton of our com- the Florida Semi-Weekly Advocateand I Tac Simile Signat'-s of J

disastrously to the Spaniards. merce that was exposed to at- send your address to Dr, Kil- .
Yes, it is" war-we see it mer & Co.. Binghampton,,' N. y: IwaysBought.
It was in the.reign of Charles tack there were about nine tons The NEZV Yoglt.
proprietor this / -
coming but itwill not amount, ,.. paper guarantees .. .
IV. that Spain ceded Trinidadto < which were safeguarded the genuineness of this offer. :" .
much. can't i
Spain stand be- 1 t p -
England and gave up to, !lavfs 'of neutrality. "'c. -
fore a great nation like ours Special. Notice. I
France Louisiana a tC;- Our great coastwise trade
and it is no use for her to try. The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY It. '
which embrace! '1 tf large shareof could easily be transferred to ADVOCATE is now equippedfor COPY,2'! : J i

The modern battleship, with thltt part of the United land if it became dangerous to first-class job printing as it THC CO" "NY. Ncwvoft: emr. I I
.i *: "& ::i m3J i !!+N.
her. supply of dynamitSj-gun- States now lying west of the leave it (m the sea. It is very hasnever been before. We have

cotton, jnocLcru powder p tor Alississippi. probable any way that most of added to its equipment. in this department .

perinW') ''and other warlike In 182,1 the last Spanish Viceroy the fast American ships whichare new prtisses, new type,

..,..--'stores, has been aptly described was deposed in America, engaged in this trade and a. line of stationary suitable FOR Y .-

and after Simon Bolivar would be utilized the to any kind of work. We can
as a floating volcano, liableat soon by gov- print anything required, and FIRST-CLASS JOB PRI TING
called the of South ernment cruisers. We have
any moment to blow all on Washington as antfce to turn out work that win

board to eternity.The : America, succeeded in ending vulnerable points, but our for- please the most fastidious and BRING _YOUR. WO11K TO THE OFFICE OF THE

Spanish misrule in South eign trade can hardly calledone critical of patrons. Don't send FLORIDA I, SEMI-WEEKLY I ADVOCATE
elsewhere for work but
your giveus
Indiana, one of our America. of them.-Atlanta Journal. .... f
, The last of ,an opportunity to show you
vestige possessionsof -
crack fighting ships did
some what .
we ,can give you in quality ,
gun practice the other day off this swarthy, treacherousfoe An Enterprising Druggist.There and prices .' S
in the Western world still -W'E PRINT .
Key West of a sort calculatedto are few men more wide .
undisputed is Puerto Rico Some Brtish ships have been .
awake: and enterprising than J. '
1 :,
make marksmen ,
enthusias in Cuba .o-
Spanish ,
authority L. Gaskens who sent to.. the Bermudas to be "
painsto ;
spares .
'. tic. The big fyms in the for save in a little narrow territory 1r I' LABELS, .
secure the of near by to interests .
everything protect British TICKETS
ward turret were trained surrounding Havana, has been i BLANKS,.
upona wiped out. The punishment in their line for their many in Cuba: should there bean ENVELOPES; ; / CIRCULARS '
target at long The "' :
range. that has been inflicted on the customers. They now have the uncommon disturbance in BILL HEADS ,i STATEMENTS
first shot the I ,
pierced target, Spanish nation since CharlesV. valuable agency for Dr. King's that section. There was no NOTE HEADS, !J LETTER HEADS .
and the second shot went abdicated has been but de- New Discovery for .. S 1
Consumption, palaver about it and .
j l nobody'spermission ETC. ETC. ETC. ,
!through the hole made by the served retribution. Is the Coughs and Colds. This is tho nsk d. "
They -
first one. United States to be the instrument wonderful remedy that is pordnc-
just went. :IMPORTANT I _
of putting the finishing ; j .
ing such a furor all over the country : : :. .'

The reason some people don't touches in the closing hours of I: by its many startling cures. o To Cure Conduction, Forever* REQUISITESBilled/ Printers: :..: '
the: nineteenth century on what Take Casearets CantlyCthartlc.: ICc or:Ka: .
go to church is that it is "too It absolutely'cures Asthma, Bron- If.C. C.C.fail to, cure,druggists: refund mosey: N //.Good ,"rI. r-* 1 .
England began about the mid- -TO- Paper, :
hot" or "too cold;" "too wet"or dle of the sixteenth?Metropo- chitin Hoarseness and all affec- Educate Your UowelqVlth Ctiscnrets. .

"too dry;" the nights "too .is.: ious of the Throat, Chest aud ..toe...Candy._:_;. It Cathartic C.C., L'.fall, cure,druggists constipation.... refund foreter.money.. f WORK: J Presses,
dark" or the days "too bright;" Lungs. Call at above drug store ,I.. Type; .... .

"not well enough," "had too $1O5 Rewind-*, $JQS!>. and get a trial bottle free or a EXPERIENCEd 50 ,YEARS' .. .,"t-':

much work to do," "too tired," The readers of this paper will be regular size for 50 cents an 'r. 4 And ,".,::.,

pleased' learn that ,there is at' $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or Ink. S-
to help Becky wait on the \
least dreaded disease that price-refunded. 1.
one t
children, "don't like the ,
science has been able to cure in all ::1J WE HAVE ,ALL THESE. '
preacher, "clothes 'aint' good Eev. A. J. Diaz says of war .
its stages, and that is catarrh. TRADE MARKS' I
enough to wear to such a,place," Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only in Cuba : "The war has been vvif-r"" DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
but the "Simon pure" truth is I. positive cure known to the medical expected for .seveteen :years. quickly Anyone ascertain sendIng our sketch! opinion and free description whether may an Office in Postoffioa Building Call and See Ugr i t '
that they don't want to inTention Is probably patentable. Communications
Cuba has
go. fraternity Catarrh of
: being -a a population one strictly! confidentIaL Handbook on Patents : .
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents." .
constitutional disease, requires a and a half millions, and Spain Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice without charge,in the
A prominent officer of the constitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrh taxes them $29,000,000. every ScientifIc jnnerfcan.A DO YOU WRITE I ,':

army, in speaking of the prospects Cure is taken internally, year They tax everything. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest .cir> IF"SO WRITE.RIGHT.I ., <.

of war, said: "Takingno acting directly upon the blood and doctor has to pay ten or fifteen culatton rear: four of month any scientific.IL gold'oum&by all!. newsdealer Terms{3 a -

account of the loss of life mucus surfaces of the system, I thousand dollars to r UNr 8 CO.3S1Broa'': ay. New York S T : i
the complete Branch Office l 3 F St.,Washington,IX C. S' ar. a- f !
and the consequent increase in of thereby the disease destroying, and giving foundation the patient -' his education. Nor is ---- -.... .......... ...- :.

our pension roll, it will cost strength by building up theo I that all. After he completes The BIGGEST OFFER YETOO i

.about $100,000,000month t constitution and assisting naturein i his education he has to pay -<&v CO c' ,. ; ..; :',
its ., .
doing work. The .
It proprietors .
,. carry on a war. costs about ;
: three hundred dollars every THE FLORIDA WEEKLY JDYOCATK "
have so much faith in its cu- J
$1,500, for instance, every time rative powers, that they offer One J year for the privilege of practic AND ,. ., : :;

one of the big, coast defense Hundred Dollars for any case that: ing. If he has a horse, a tax of THE TWICE- -WEEK '1 '>J l lrr ,

is fired and it fails to cure. Send for list of '
guns an engagement J ,
testimonials. Address $2is/ imposed ; if a carriage, DETROIT. FREE PRESS .,b.

between two battleshipscosts F. J. CIIEXEY & Co., Toledo, O. $50. If he puts a sign outside e BOTH PAPERSONE. YEARn V ,. .' ... t'
about $100,000 an hour. Sold by druggists 75 cts. of his door
he is taxed to FOR ONLY r .
HalTs Family Pills the best. $1.00. .
are cents for each letter that is an am S 11.b-A goon t for Bradford and Sur : .' '
The New York Sun relates THE PYICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS needs no
inch long and if the letters Introduction. Its many pnecs*! articles by
The St. are .
Louis Globe
incident which to shou Democrat noted.writers have given It a woridjYidereputation. ; roundingCounties for this Celebrated < :''-.
goes two three inches In short. It is one of the cleanest
or the
says : "In Spain's popu long, brightest and best papers: publiahed. No :
that we are getting away from pains or expense will be spared: in keeping up Typewriter.Can't .
is from
fifty cents to
lation of 19,000,000 nearly 8- one its presenthtoh standard:
the war period of 18G1few' \ Remember, thnt. *
by taking advantage:; of
dollar for each letter. The this combination 5: .I Sell You One ? =
000,000 report. "no. occupation yon, yet : copies of THE T. R. HODGES .q
nights ago in Harlem] Fr..curoWEJiKLY ADVOCATE and 104 copies n
," ,100COO are' registered taxation averages, $25 a head of YHK FfiEE Parma; 1M papers for only}i.00.A .
New York, theatre; ; an actoi SUB--AGENT. f
beggars, and two-thirds of the for every man, woman and --- -=- .- --
a comic in which the 500-PAGE BOOK FEEE -
bang song whole number neither
can child. I have been in jail six .
of President JI. rJNrI'NrNY .""'rl'.r. r/"i" ... ......
name << : McKinley nor write: It is no wonder the times just for the THE FREE PRESS
-... occurred. The audience hissecfuriously. d colonies} I of such a country rise gospel but I am :ready to. AnL cal Year'1'c' ]t'gad: almanac for 1838.CQnfiECT .s, F L SAIL

The next verse contained in revolt." ._ .. "" twenty times for the same rea go- "cCf.CiSE; CWETE I ,,, ';;'.<
the name of Consul,. II. E. Defepderfer, a merchant son." OVER BOOK 20,000 WERE COPIES SOLD AT OF 25 1807 j e ( :..;;! ., than that,replied a friend to him
f a father and son walking} arm-in- ,
general Lee."hen CENTS .
the Vir;t of Philadelphia] who has I was reading an advertisement EACH t' : "" '_,/, w, arm as if they were really comrades." If J\.
An accurate: and superior Book of Reference % both
v : be dressed in
grnian's name was uttered the -r good taste the charm
just returned from of Chambe/lin's Colic] Cholera that tells you aUyi>want to know. There '
a prolonged of the
will not be a M-selc-pare In it, A Practica. picture intensified. Many men of c
I '
audience rose and cheered'enthusiastically sojourn in the Far East, says and Diarrhoea. Remedy in the: Educator: and on Hand subjects Cook,Statistical of Encyclopedic Official laforuauoa '+ I _4 f good andtoarnsaowfLtSntsmdOv.rcoatslrom taste in over 7,000 American cities .
". Of course thi$ China and Japan becomethe 'VorcesterEi1terprise 'Historical PoSKcal and Agricnli3r&LLkewIsea I< a tt'
? may recentlyvrhich Book! of Religious Fact. und general i'racG- i
bhowed that the pro-Cuban greatest markets"in the leads me to write this., I cat Home Directions and: Fatm.on:: very-day E5air&: of Offle. -, { M. BORN & CO., f ;,

v spirit was largely dominant world ''for American products' ,caa truthfully say Inever used: A opj ot this book till be seat to an subscribi.ll any
:: { immefiiaiely andseudiagiScrtiisad-f lt{ ,
Son and Fathers be
3. are equally core to
35utk. .it also showed that thprejudices. ie nf'l:uty Is Blood._ Deep. remedy}:rqnal to it for cole and cbtional all. The for book marine will b3 erpense putLsbed, mtikint about: Dec$l.J51n em I pleased. No. poor No wcric. No. ml fit*. No' Inferiorpoods.
Clean blood diarrHoea/ ,I'have\ had bet S3. I growing out of thlate : d" means a clean skin. No ; : never ; tsv O to aa takSi.: ? adTantaye'of tils oTer.&soon .
beauty\vithout.4t. Cascaretsatdyttta after wegbo3yfallTSatisfle8. .a
] civil war had no lodgement tie .c.eattoar blood end-keep: it clean bv nse I mom than. QnahtQ.dQses.. .. to Do cot ahovadateasposdb'.e.delay bat take advantage of this reom:1.'rkaNe r- 1L FiT and FINISH GUARANTEED
Btirnrtgaitrtbe: hty:liver and driving all UP.purrtiCTi .- cure.thavorat -ffith-'rsiyself" fcbertl oTer xrbjcb! we make.for a I s. 'S Over Z a Choice Pattern to Fill
with this audience of Norther :pra the bed i Uegiu to-..'Y to or tlnnt d- time only bY special! arranRetnfeitswltU ; Year Order from
banish,piracies! boija, blotches,fclatkhwis,,j childr,5''.-'\'. A. SttiTi.lT Popo- the publishers.: Esssecsber: send ooifcjajsrs OALL O2J ,
staff ,
Lee loomsupras iesrfor1.6J a4iioa caabavea
people. Fitzhuga
: "a 14 tUat sickly bilious
complexion by takicg I copy: of tha took by Ee=dioe 15 cents a3dlifoasl. r .
t 0
t sear t s,-beauty for ten cects. AU dr.zS.; mulct-Cityt M.d. For se. .bj J.t A:1 flrcs.v. *. [:gs ZIf: >' ; .:
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a presidential .
possibility.,. .,. 'afEt9,Batisfactioa: b11r2:teed: : 1L! : 'T r'. .H.. '",.'I.. : j T"t i T:' '7"r.: :>> ;, ':.;':;" ;'_ ""' ;' '
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of. American. and mechanics !: ... CATHARTIC. .' I p lr WI iL g.- P.: QfiflBf7ji Y 1E FLORIDA CENTRAL 1 PENINSULAR I R. R.

engineers man
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ufacturers have.no parallel in j NORTH EAST 'WEST te Florida and' li nfl 7Zi'11 Air lisa and Florida? !? 7ra:rr'trhP! ." .
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Europe. On a -ear's notice<; TIM E T\1L1-IN EFFECT JAXT.. 23, B'KU '.-.(..'
the United States might DEPARTURES OF TRAINS .,
3 "' : c.
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undertake to cope even-Band t CURS COtiIS'rIPATION / xSun Dally 4)I&JSS ::30Daily t Dailf815a I K&KTSEKK FOISTS. \Jnl-v!tD 3J""':,JD1jF:.:! UJ&539.x ,! [- '.'" :':; .,'. .
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the Dual 1---- L----r----
ed :with either or STARKE FLA. ._.... ; .. .... I .... ;
I.J 40Jp< |...... SOOLV;; J ."""'viii' Ar 11 91 +r,. 8.-P.: Sca1aiV < <
the Alliance .** d. ;>p ...... 8 Ma ...... 840.r.JLYul;! e. .. ...i. fr&uKiTr. .....1 Si'tli:: ; ..s<: _. .__
Triple although 10: N0.10dally, leaves 2:18 p. m., for all ... 52JpCICp ....... ......, 91 Ar..rernanuna.. ..Ar.t..... 8Q.". ... 1't... '... .' :
have only the nucleusof ALLDRUGGISTS >point rt.h and West coaaectla at Jack 21Cp ( ... ... .9304Ji!! ..... '10 Up .......Everett... .. 8 un..t! { .....' '-"
we now 25c: 50: 'soavUle wlihtbroasJi sleeper for New YOlk, 31534y; ;: 75Cp :" : ..... ...., .. BrunswickSavannah.. .Lv.. 54j'1; :.... i ij.J.: ...... :
and the beginning ..- -- : Cincinnati Si) .. '......r.:213tt .:.... ..... 9.;.., C1\; _.. I ;!1" 1 .!...... j. .
an army, 1.1. i and all Icterciedlate! points.NO. : 357p733p ...... 500pT1211r'tt. .... aoajLT2C8aAr.. ...$-\'X1n\h..AI"! $21. H\1tt Ci:!);.; i\:!,':..... ::. .
of a While the European I r- _. _._ ....._ _____ 14, leaves 5:12 a. m. daily for same ...... ...... 633p .2Rp2t'p( !''_'''' ....Kalrf.uc.: : P. C... Lv ..3: :33d !;:SI ): ..... .; _/ ,
_. navy. -"" named abcv I ...... ......1O".J., !.. .... 2tOi .. rk.S. C... ..... 2t5; ... I last :..... .
through sleeper
have made ; points carrying ...... ..-... ...... 93:.P.IO..l&! ...D.enr.l..Augusta, GvSpartaabarp : .... :: ... ... .... ._. ...... : ..... :;::::. "
powers war A. A. JOHNS Tampa: ana intermediate pQ1ltslo:New cork; .. ... ., ... 413pOSJp ....... 4453 .. ...Co1nbla.S. C... .. ; ..... .1;); .... .:-..:.': -' .: .
their connecting at Jnch'olville'traiJi,; from ...... ...... ...... ..... .. .... tl:a .. S. C.. .. ...,... 5 sn1,1 .... .... ............ .. .'
preparations principal Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga and :all points ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ... 143p; ,... .Ahlle f lle. N. C....." ...... 2 Cop ...... ... ..1..... ...... .'
business for a whole genera STAR RE, FLA., north und west clso with trains for west 1133 lZ42a...... ...... 82iJpt... .... 91541 ..Cbarlealte.N.C.! .,. ". .itl lO\) ......... ).-.. .... ......
: 104792TT= .Sbtsbcry.'N.: 2472 851. t 1811 ;
tion. It is to be suspectedthat I Florida, Pensacola :Mobile, New Orleans Teias .
eSt Jle and Fancy Groceries ,.:Mexico and California points.. 07a..1041. : ""
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one reason why .. i 13leaves:;: : 11:53 p. in. with connection 4 f 9"i ...... ...... 153:1) ... ... 3 4v .. ..Lynchbursf> Va... 1036 4 fir ... ...1! j:vr ..,.. _...6. :.
American have boughtthe 1pt,9tu't3 .. from all points and divisions.: Through sleeper 645aliOo.v: ...... .... .. 33a.; ..... S3vp ..Cbanottes.'iille.. .. 85 2:11:: . INIt .:... .:... s
people Country Ftc. from New York. 94 .. .... ...:.. 642,1iui5a ....._ 4. .*..Wahl1 ton. .. ". 6CO? till. . 04=0- ..... ... .. ..
so eagerly during Produce, : : ... .. .., BLUu.. :.. !1 ,H'25Ca ... .,. 5 OOp 942.500T.- .... !95ftC5. ...... ......
newspapers NO- 9 leaves 10.53a.m. with through sleeper flap """ ...... .. .... U ....Phltimoha.: .., 236p 7 .. :.: .. ...... '
J the week is to be It connections from all points,north west and! 353 ...... ...:,. 12Up: ....... 6..Newlork..... .... 121. ]2152 .... 3.1 ..... ......
past .When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a all points in the state.. !i*>P ... ..H 9<001- ...... 30,1p) ..Boston. ,.... 12(don :.. 9 tta.: ..... .

found the satisfaction they Call. I will make it to your advantage For the best map of the *state, sleeper or CINCINNATI-. J ACKSON VILLE.Macao. I'' Nos'No! 9 bOUTU AMFLOBIPA > WESt No.'i.f JOM730a
have taken in how other information call on or write to. i8&; 13 ; : AND:KEWOEI.EAK3. 7 fit 14,5 dt: I"
learning a .
Atlanta ::1uyIDn..ilY Daily DaUy
D.GREEN,Agent, .
Chattanooga: Clacinnait .
;) -
strictly peaceful nation like .. Starke,Fla. ?i Chicago i w [ __ dooa Lv..Fernandlaa..A! ...... .SOp
Toledo Detroit ....I 9111\ Lv. allaht.Ir ......
ff) -Z:3''ADs-=--r- N, S. Pennington. T. M. H'
ours could if reverse : : : : : :::) :LSC- o. 0 o ro
Cleveland Louisville 940p LV..Jack-iontr.c..Ar : 3r;'
I.IJ A. O. MacDonell, G. P. A. x St.Loul.. I G04.', ::
:D' .a.nd :: 103jp,955a1\r..Bald\\In..l v > i :Slop
the process of beating swordsin I l.. Jacksonville, Fla. 1159c:> 195SalOOOpl .... ...Siorke. ." 5 1C., 31t'')a ,
: R.V.. DIXOli & SON D. 8 ....Jacfc.ouvliie..Ar. 5al\Jo\ ; 1223a.'I1.5a ". Waldo '. 4'a: 'U .p ;;
loaj SOOpLv
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It is For
plow true. lO29aiOIlpAr..Everett..Lv.! 630a Slip! .. ..!12 SOp '....Gainesville. .... 12SC11IS
QW s7a 44p ..... ..CfdLrKey....". .. .. 9 ti.:
example, that we GEliERAL COMMISSION I 743p: 5ii'i >f .Atlunt3o..Ar. 10 53p: 5:.. 1 11:9a! 1 t213a .IIawlhorn&.. 34a20ra! lOOp
boats ERCHAnTSJ lliO b. R. & G. 'H R. ..... 5301Lv'.Atlanta..... 0-4JT.: 5I( I Ha,124I1p! (! "... ..... Cltra. ..,-.". 3U4z I'-rou. .
only a few torpedo and f 47N H< ... .. 9 50o. "-., Chattanooga.: ... 615 ._.1 1 ISp ....Silver Sprfcss.. ..:. :tarp'.
.. .... 7?3 *, ...Cincinnati.. .. 3113Ih) tirai 1 alp ... OcaU 1147.
vessels of the 190 and IUD! Duane St. New York. I
few :
only a :: type t10a:22l: ....Wlld"'ocd.-: ua 105ia
.' Departure and Arrival cf Trains.! A.SIIEVILLEROUTI': '. '! .. .
W )3t3o 2 Kit .... Lee bnr:: ...." ItiZJ.tO: )
'. known as ,destroyers; but we r t < ----- Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cia 61sa1321p:: :.... .Tavares.....:: 10 9 f4is \ .
Cincinnati and Chicago. \\I 10\1: 4 utp .....Orlando ,... r.opt 8 Sua'
.. ..
p have discovered that about a FLORIDA. [ HiP .. Winterl'xrk .. .. I 74tu
t plILV" .....Jirckonville....... Art 910am500am ... ... .
hundred very rich Americans m e JfJl.-c (l Special/I of Strawberries ( HJ !70.1 daily, leaves 7 a. ra. for 'I aCrosse.Dlinkley 1':13smLv.:4 l.'unilAr: : ................S Columbia,:annah...............ArLv 12 4ra :5 5342(Oa: 3 33'p Up: ......St....Lacooenee..Dade Cathrrlne. .... I131D'IOtJa.1 Hpll!: 947:2:
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had been amusing themselves TTtrottyllautthe. Eutirc reaJ.. :DQ and intermediate point& This train 11 :25amAr.: ;| ..... .Spartanburg..Lv: 55= ;<'pm ".7 553a WJa, 34427p:p '.....l'I3ontCUy Cit y.. I:92tyi 84 9311.,
---- S. & I'. at 12 45piaAr' . ..Henderioavlile.AsaviUe .....Lv 300nci05pm 8103 ..
with the G. Sampson
m connects | 52UpNo.'ii ... T\mp" ..." 8 lOp 8lk n
.... .. ... .
.. .
.Lv 2
New York and
within the past few RItFEnliNC1S.-Irving; National Bani. Commerr' intermediate 14opmArSa''praJAr.[ -
years Junction for Palatka.:Macon and .......Hot Spria 1i..L IHUa >.No. 2 WESTERN DIVISION iNo. 1
i building or buying splen- c: cia}-Agenoie : P1I points.NO. 1't'pw'\1'.KnoviUe.. ,.......Lv 825am Dally;Dally AHDNEWOHLE.VNS. !Dally45amAr..Lenington. '
by I- enf ......... -- -
Leaves : Lv1015piii
3 3I1.tur-'ays and Sundays only. : --t
did ste l-built ( ) I vr J'JC: :ro= :cT: Cx::=.. c'+: x s. E'rc_ 740amAr.Cincinnati.| .. .....Lv 18Upu:. 5 ISp 92.aLv..JacksontLJ ..Ar.7b.a: t ....-
going L
ocean 5.30p.m. for LaCrosse Crinkly and intermediate 830'Lm Lv..Cincinnatt..A 0 050p,112T;)a Ar.. ..Lake City.. .Li I 553p .. .r
'. points,connecting at Sampson Junction: wpm 1235pl213p2SOpl!, ...Live Oa.k..o; 5lSp,..,....
steam yachts of high speed and l.t"lIAr..C'hi cago...........Lv. \ 900am : IMp ". ..MaatMtu I'i 420p;......
for Palatka, Macon and intermediate points. Ctg L our- '' ,
40a: 2 ; "... ...." f 3 .......
-l .Montlcell
staunch qualities transformed, capable into of T :thl:rT-J SA 7 for NO-LaCrosse b. second class.Brinkley Leaves and Staike Intermediate 4OJ a.m-; I I 30am 6 OOpIDjAr.|, {. .. ..,.......Cincinnati...hieago....h..........Lv Ar 8 U33pr:;vam! 'I' SSrtp823a .. 301p ""...Tallaha..o.c"? .Qaincy; .".' I I, 2 I IJpl.131"'p,...........

being quickly :- i Monon Route, "-.Ia! 51p; "..River'JunctUm." I'12
fI.4u'rtc points. his train Is daily: except Sunday.NO. : 9tO.lm'I.v..Cin: Ulnall...". .Ar 6\pmL.)) 'Ito p .. ..Pen I1llu., ." 9.."."..h... .. ,,'
naval dispatch boats or armored !., day / 2- arrives at Starke 12li: p. ra. daily.: SOOpmAr.. ..... .Chicago..Lv10U0am' i....::. 3--{). r......MoLtlt.... .. sI2! 73a tiaPennsylvania. ) .,. .... :.
and fitted with torpedo NO. 4, arrives at Starke at L:O:: p. m.- Satur. I .. ...j ;40a "..New Orleans ..:."...j'7 r;iL.:.::..:.::.
days and Sundays only. I\AXSAS: CITY, JACKSO'lLU1.. .- -
lubes. Probably not a single HO. g. second class, arrives at Starke 5:30 p. Through Car Liae. I'ST. LOUIS. LOUISV1LLH: JACKSON':
citizen could m. Daily except Sunday. No. :ItS No.::J: t
private Spanish GEO. TOMPSETT, Gen. Supt. I .. tI .........Jack.>('!l..th...... d isra800pmLv
turn to his ... .. ....JackIDlville. .... 4\r. 85nm: Wp'J.liLv., .... .....Everett: ... .. ...Lv 6::)am1Jt4pn
over government Starke: Fla. : .. .. .... .EvereLt..I.v. 63du.rn Warn .... ..Macon... .. ...... .. 1111u\, .
such vessel the -Finest Turnouts in the City. ARTHUR MEIQS, Gen. Mgr.: 53r-m( .. ..........At.lanta....... .. .. I05.pn 52iam) It. ......Atlanta .. .... .. 1U5pt1143nm :
a as splendid .. .. I .. 1,
Jacksonville. Fla. .BirJl\ina.ham -I t:pro 30pm .. .Chatt3Do>).;.*. .. 6Wpm9Opm ,'
Goelet the Maytlower : .. ._....'_.4.1\IcII1p. .... .. h 6:1O"n: SO'Jpm .........Lextngou.... .... 10.1: "
yacht! ..... ..RprinUel, ....... .' 61511a t 7:10pm: .. .......Loubvi lt......... 74Satn535pm } ,
which was secured by our rummers Teams on Short Notice, Braying a Specialty. GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. 1000amt,, ...... ..K..nsxsCity.! ; ..... .. 104uam 112am .........St. Louis.. .... .. 91RnntThs ,

: train will commence nianra-j VTedaesdjy. 10th.
X : January
Navy Department 011 March TIME CARD:NO. 23.
Prompt attention given to all orders.Bucklen's SLEEPING CAR Ell VICE.Nos. .
16; not to mention scores of __ _. In effect on and after Nov. 7. SI:\ and :a> NEW YORK aid Fi P.IDA) LIMITED: VEJTiaULE, between J?e\Y Y.k
""-u """"' .'''''.'''''''''.'''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''-I "" *"- No. 1. No..3. ,11'0.2 No. 4 acksoavllle and rit: Auu>tiae.Nos. r
-- ---- - --- ---- -
other private steam yachts of .. I Dally ex. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. :35 and 33.Itnst Mail, Sleepers between New. York and Jacksonville, and tho Ctec'.a
nati via Ashevuie.Nos. .
Arnica Salvo. THE Sunday. Sunday.Lv. Sleeper >
great t. and strength that .S7::: and:: 33 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York! It counectInl1with ,'(,.
am. Lv. pm. Ar. am Ar.pm. 8 and 13 and :5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between ack..onvlle anti 'l'a1tp\, .
wealthy American citizens are The Best Salve"in the world for 120 300 t...Gainesville... 1100 7W No. Si earner the Cincinnati and Fore NEW YORK WORLD 127 310t..MlnnieHill..l05 653 Canvas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jack>onville by No :3J. .
ready to offer if' needed. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ; 730 3 15 t..Cannon's xlng... 10 55 650: Ness 1 and 2 carry the J actoonvllla and New Orleans Sleeper. .. .
733; 320t. .Rocky Point. 1050 64:> tDa1y! except Sunday. Daily except Saturday and Sunday. 'JThls triti does not run "....
-From -The Progress of inc nm, Fever Sores,.Tetter, Chap- 750 3 35 !.... Wacnhoota. 10 40 630 620 Monday. 3uct1ayandMondayonly. JCoaneotiocs'at Tamp for St. Petersburg, Manatee iII
THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. 800 345t..Flewellens..1030.... River and KeyVest and Havanu.steamers Steamer "h t a'ee'. for all pout! > oaaianatonr!
sk; the World". in AmericanMonthly ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 803 810 355 350t..01ratt.8.... .Ktrkwood .. 1025 1010\ 615 610 river. At Starke for LaCro. $c. At Waldo steamer for Melroxe. Connect at Tn'laeansee'
... ...... for Carrabelte, St. Mirks and Apalachaeola. Connects at River Junction for ChattatooahrFiver +
':"'I Review of Reviewsfor all Skin Eruptions, and positivelyurc9 815; 400t. .Klniore .... 1005 CO": steamers. Connects at Ocala for Ilornosns.Connects: at Fernaail fur Cumberland
817 4 o.'i t..Tacoma 1000 600
Route Steamer to the Island and Brunswick,
Piles or no required. It 18 Week 820 lOt.... Taylor's..... 053; 5 55 All be checked frum Union Tickets will
April. : pay Pages a 8415t..l1icanopy.: .... 050 550 baggage-trill Depot. still be sold! at tie city ticketo91cc .
: Street well the Union
2011Iogan as as at Depot ticket office.
I is guaranteed to give perfect sat 835 425f..Tuscawllla.: ... 940 543 .
837 4 t.Lake Simonton f> 35 540 H.V. CAMPBELL, Pas&eiiger Agent. J. E. JIARSIIALL, .
isfnctionor rofuuded. Price 150 Papers a Year 842 4 35 t.. liickw an.. ." 9 30 585 Ticket Agent 202 \Ve-t Bay St., corner Hogan, -ksouvHle( "Fla.
Skin Disease 847 440 t....Soutbside.... 925 530: V/ALTEll G. CGLEMAN, General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville.

:53;: cent par box. FOR&NEDOLLAK.Published 652 003 4 500t 45 t..Dungarvi'ln.I. .. ...Irvine...... 010\ 20 525 515 I A. Ov MacDONNELL, Gen Pa :Ageut.. r

For the speedy and permanent cure cf .... .... ...Fort Drane.. .. .... .... .
For sale at J. L. Gasldn's Drug
teaser, salt rhenin and eczema, Cham- I Ar.am Arpm. Lv.a.m. Lv.pm

IxJrlaln's Eye and Skin Ointment 13..I Store. every Alternate Day except Sunday. telegraph t.-ling stations.stations: .. ..... '.......

without an equal. It relieves the itch i + J. 1' BUNCH Gen. Pass. Agent.V. ..,... 5outhern '- .:..
J. IIERLO G. Gen. Man. -
and almost and : Free Press
ing smarting instantly The Detroit re- The Thrice-a-Week Edition.. ':
its continued effects permanent :r'-
use a
t cure. It also cures itch, baa: er's itch, Inarks'If: the stream of for- of THE NEw YORK WOULD is J. F. P MoMURRY 4 cRailway'} .

{ scald head, sore cipjrtes. itching piles, eigners coming into our Atlantic first among all "weekly" papers : .
chspped.hands', chronic sore eyes and DEALER INFANCY
granulated lids. ports from every European in size, frequency of pub- MSOL1TELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. 1'

land can be diverted from lication, and the freshness, GROCERIESI \ r t

Dr. Caflf's Condition FoTrdcra for and of its \ '
horses are the beEt tonic blood purifier the large ,cities and distributed accuracy variety SOUGH PULUCAII DRAWING BOOM: CARS, Dnn/C.A1tS. ; '

vermifuge. Price 25 cents. Sold by the thinly settled contents. It has all the merits KEEP-
throughout VESTI3ULED TRAlIlNORTH a.
west and ,the rapidly developing of a great 86 daily at the priceof The Best and Freshest Stockjn Town.TRY : f

April is a month made. notable south the illiteracy will a dollar weekly. Its political IE.- .. .

by great events in' American soon be overcome; ? in their intense i news is prompt, complete, -.... EAST AND WEST.

history. The first great accurate and impartial as all its tM

for American liberty I light of American civ- readers will testify. It is ASK TWO DAILY TRAINS! BETWEEN FLORIDA AND Tat CAST
ilization, their brawny muscle the and for
broke into hostilities at Lex- against monopolies FORTICKETS .. --

and Concord about the will find profitable employment the people.It _Washington.. and Southwestern Limited,

ington on the farms, in the prints the news of all the And the United States FastCHLY r.t:1I!!. ,

middle April, .1775; the forests and mines and factories world, having special correspondence ; "

war between the Confederate 21 EOTJ33 JA02S057iLLE TO ASHIN3TOTT. ,::
and, if not themselves, at from all importantnews VIAm .

states and the United States I least, their chidren will. become points on the globe. It ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE. TO UEtf YOn:'. .-...f- '-

began inApril, 1861; in Aprilof ]has brilliant illustrations .
genuine Americans. ) Cold: Vcsttbuled Tralaa composed ef Lfttort Iraororwl Pullman Stir?Hj Garend Iobl Ast. ,';
1802" Farragut capturedNew stories by great authors, a capi- Ins Cars throagh without change! to WM\i.: >n. &
Orleans, mil. in April,. CJ.A. C3 "2? CS StSL:S:j2L tal humor page, complete markets I i ) Philadelphia,Xe\r York and tio Eiuil.: ... .:;.
Tha Kind| Yom Kava AlwavS Bht iovillgND ] -- .. '..
1865, came the surrender of Bsarg the l departments for the house- aJij l ''J.-" ,

the Army of Northern Vir- Signaturecf I? hold and women's work and THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CAP [3E"-ry:,'

special departments of ; :
ginia at Appomattox Court ..-.. .
House. the month cf It was a Western paper that unusual interest. A tr2'-
Again We offer this Tlirou h Slespins: Cars Daily Jacksonville to
"Persons : .
April is upon us, and again sprung the following: indebted newspaper and THE FLORIDA Cincinnati, via Asheville! Thrcusl t1 :.,

the times are pregnant with. knowing themselves '
history-making c\yents.-"Ex. to this office are requested to for $1.50! .-
netller one .
year a.rerdetatTdfnforri
call and settle. And those indebted .In as to rates, snledtti*"!, Rx"tng: car rBsersratlacs, ota sprtytA
The regular subscriptionprice J1T1 &KI \w toeiit of the buctifrKg KAJI.WAT or iU coiianotions.

and not wishing'tocall of the two papers\ is $2.00. .

CASTOR I IA are requested to stay in'one 0 2 L A. SHIPMAIJ, P.crida Pass. Agt., 212 West Bay Street, Jackson-rill:: *, JJla.J. .

: long enough for iis If. GULP. T7. A. TURK, 8. H. g'ARDWrcr.
For Infanta and Chi dren.The place EDWARD MDDLETON TIle't. 'I'o s. O's p a+s ,\At.. .A..s3t.(}en. Pn-.. A'..
to .ctitch them. All those whw \i hintu.D.0. .:imsjVin, I D. 0. ..UUI rw G. _

Kind You Have Always Bough! not indebted are .rcquC ted Jacksonville May 2, 1897. .. ,..
arc Successor to Andrews& Middlenon. -
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Bears the to call and become. indebt.; ., Tampa and
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... o.'Io-l1:1e: for Fifty Cents.Gueranw Key West :,
.., .. ed tobacco babit'cure, metes 'enmen ) 'r a+ NEW: 'CATAlOnQ ; .
< '
strong blood pure. 50o.81. AU druggists- Starve Livery Feed and Sale '. RailwayA -: r O LOOUE FOR |OO 0 t

;noted astronomer has ; WILL BE READY TO MAIL IK OCIOBBUO -

recently discerned a new The New Orleans Picayunesays North t1. y .eY party write( M tollow vt'oar iZ&.: Cl'ta. t tJC1IU

comet the sum were "Florida desires to remaina STABLES and : ..> ) : "tittlyorpteaseee.dmearoyodyonrealaabfe .
: spots : '" 14arxr ca'."J r. J gad 11 tatty but i cJa..e .
'" r.r :Ott1Ied it. 14ad 10 many btu-re observed in Alachua Countylast health resort instead of war South Line '-- ;., tJtha41. uTiTtbat I d ant wish to be wttlsrttt. 4pfl"
fall, two halos surrounded camp." In case of necessity AND! HARNESS FaR SAIL 1 I STRICTLY CASH.! Through1: .), 4 -w Our new 1893 CataTC9 will contftn '1J.ttf- i
the the past ten both ur- s e7t good features of the iSjr cataf4cuebi"rf>.r>y ,-
moon during : : ?
easily serve p
lai can the ::. :<, ,t new one Fully, Cltutrated wW "'" nt<* ; ""
Slavs 'and a dog howled in the The'record of our'arn1Y s : Pbototr plrie Views. We offer a tot l.nc oi ;
poses. .., Fruit aa4 Ornamental Sreeuod 81uu.sa'f IV'-edto8.wtbcrapiaatiaj.CatalegaeFicC.Adareus .

old City Cametery exactly at during the Seminole war TREATii1EUT HEART! .-.-,'. -:' ., .- -I.

midnight trIO .13th .day :of proved that Florida was the '-. .,< iVewest.Ad-M*.t Pr.ntib'e THE GRIFFING BROS. CO..

March, the howl being followed healthiest State r on the continent FOR WEAK MEN.' f Path for Southern Pfanttrz.:-. PCKOHA..]I\I!:E2IF3. T M ACCI. ZS5T.JOB :...... ;::J

( by the hoot of theghoslowi. I ._ TRIAL- WITHOUT EXPEr S?. H ofELOBIDA r ...._- -- .

If all this doesn't I :' The tenons Medica1 Appliance 00.nowtorthctlnitthne and Remedies of : 1 PR' .NT I\JG- ViE HAVE.,KO ASSETSt .

...'. meanvar. nothing can.- --. ''To the.Mies neat and pretty tl'eErio olcrai on trial. Not without a dollar expt'1lso be to'paid BBTbOEfStoan. ., ;I ,.- \ ;---. wber@..boV.ship! Or'I'm"IOW.s oU',. .FDay i.cxry may.rt.,

-Ti : ; l1ion and Citizen.Drat .: ,visiting card is-something th t.e'cry in a :ranec.or Cure Effects e>f Errors THE ADVOCATE office a-1 c-btt. ,r n-l r+w.f&c -

nes }lacly.iyouug! or old, i is proud Fully Excesses Restored.in Old Sow or Toun:. to Enlarge: Manbooa and Write tbe General Passenger Bring it.to t' --... _:r4r' >: ,. .6.. C--!,;,y.'..-I....h,.:,. !t"St".._....

ToLtrfo Spit, aDd Sato ie Tvur IJft iwej. to possess. i ,sow; we have on hand i Wmk.Unde\'e1t) '6d Portions Homo Agent for information. I WE CAN DO IT- ...11./ .: @ ir. \ .If. 11' '. ji .'
tI ofBodr. Absolutely; 2 i f.JI' :::I
To quit tobacco: easily maxi forever,bets:;. (quautyof: tho very" best card Treatment Ko C.O.D.or other scheme. W. B. COFI3 Gsn'l} Sept. AS yOUVANT'IT.- t !c:, "....'VV:; ,' ""-;? 'PUI. ,..r.t-.tn., .

retlc. iallot life nerve and Tljor, late ICo-To- a out A plain offer by a inn of high standing: WHET YOU WANT IT *: VJ?* l -.<."! n.r,. 3ir.'. r1Oi.'sirs4a41 ... ..........
etc.Tor turning }
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.- Bac.the wnudcr-\rorlrtr. that rnadeseak men, and the type, 64 P,AOAAA ST.i G. D. ACKERLYl GeJ.'lPa.ss. EgG ; .1rj : .. t7r.Ytwr. o;:
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stror. All dru giots.We; or fl. Cctoc an.n-: card 1"RIE'"u'EDIr.Sl Y U.BUFFALON.Y. I ;; --w;
r ; as1 nice and\dainty a, : as you: i TRY US SINA get :M3snitd

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b pt. 'Edwards.7 Law.ti 'visiting Mr. 'Geo. Kosel,of this city, ''''''jiiiI.t/IfII.Ji!'.';; ,. _ _.e:...' t': ," .
Dan. Shaw Received the Contents y, was in "' '
\ e'city l .' returned to his home In New York :
Saturday.Mr. _
of n Pistol While Plow

GATHERED CITYANDNEiGH80RHOOD. ing. in a Field Ncar. S. L. Straup, of Warnell, was Saturday.Mr. To CASH BUYERS. ) N

.. His Home.A tntbe: City Sunday.Mr. ._ Chas Pace, a prominent young
business man of Jacksonville, was .
lorrible ,murder was committed J. II. Winters,.of Waldo, was vUiting his fattier, Mr. Geo. E. Pace ..
ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT: fcPECUJAR. ,uver in Baker county last in,the city'yesterday. 111 this city Friday. We are closing out: our

Thursday evening about sundown. Mr. E. H. Mulder made a business! _Mrs. T. D. Williams, who has been entire ,stock of. ,: '

Weather Forecast. Dan Shaw, a prominent farmer of trip to Tampa last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. A.Knight of # '

that section, was killed while plowIng Mr. J. W. Beal, of Boston, Mass., this city, returned to her home in Goods Shoes Etc.:
Fair to-night and Tuesday.Old was in the city Gainesville Saturday. Dry Clothing
f .- in his field a half mile from his yesterday.: ,

home. It is supposed 'that the Mr. and .-F.N. Holmes, of Wal- Master Tommie Post "Saturday
for sale at this office. ,
pap r< assassin walked with Shaw:; down do, visited L-iwtey yesterday.Mr. ., for New York where he will visit relatives In everything we have in

for sale this during the summer, retutnin'gborne stock, and we will sell goo sAt
mortgages the length of several rows before Morgan Let and wife, ,of Clay next November.

office. he committed the,deed as his tracksgo County, were" In the city Friday.
Rev. F. R. Holeman, Rector of he
Don't miss the excursion to-mor: to prove? this fact. Rev. J. A. Hughes filled hh regular Episcopal church at Cedar Key, was Prices That Will Surprise Our People

row night. Shaw was not missed at his home appointment at Waldo Sunday.Mr. In the city Sunday and! Monday, the

until after sundown when his little Moore, the presiding ,elder of guest of R.,C. Heibergf A visit to'ourstore will con-
A rain refreshed) section '
good this diatilct
in the
afternoon. bogy was sent :to look for him. Mr. R. F. Ensey returned home vince you that we mean just .

yesterday When he found him he was laying Fisher, postmaster at Lawtey, from Savannah Saturday where he what we say.. Respectfully,

Several of the houses in Starkeare dead' between the handles of his wall in the city on business! Saturday.Mr. bas been a. a witness the famous "

receiving a new coat of paint. : plow, ,the blood oozing' from a bul- E. Powell, of Maxville, was Carter court martial case. I N. \N" HACKETT .
visiting relatives in the Mr. 1 Elarbee
dty yester C. B. returned home
How about those water works let wound in the temple. After ,
day., Saturday from New ,River where be
Has that important question sprung; further examination they found Starke. :E'la "
Mr. A. P. Painter, .)f Melrose, was has been in the interests of hilt turpentine _
a leak?iThere that he had been shot in the.chest. I In town yesterday on his to Jack- plant in this city.

way ..... ._. ._..... ; ,
was an unusually large The killing was done near.the line sonville. W. L. VanDeventer, n former em- e' :!:j--s._.-.."",'...._.... ._,....._...- --.I'.If-.e.. : "
shipment of strawberries from this of Baker and Bradford comities. Mr. M. Porter Lee, of Fort White, ployee of the F. C.
No one has the slightest idea as 'to is visiting relatives and friends in through Starkf yesterday en route to
place Saturday. this his home in Philadelphia.
who committed the horrible rime. city.Mr.

Blank turpentine land leases for Shaw was buried at Swift Creek Puddy, one of Lawtey'a sue Mr. John Winters, who his been War Declared !

sale at this office. If you want cemetery Friday. esaful planters, WitS on our streets engaged at Baldwin repairing the ) M
and ye terd,y. railroad pumps, returned to his home
any come see us. k .
at Waldo yesterday owing to illness. C, Not the Government but .'
Easter )services- Mr. M. N. Geiger an exmerchantof by "'

Rev F. R. IIoleman preached Easter services were held at the Waldo, wan in Bradford's metro loIs Mr. Arthur Meigs,General Mana- the people should be more interested r'- :-....:!s.

an interesting sermon at the Epis- Methodist church last Sunday.Rev. : yestesday.Mrs. ger of the A., S. R. & G. R'y., was in in the war . -, 4.w::''
copal church Sunday. t the city on business Friday. Mr. I ,
J. A. Hendry preached an :. E. H. Prescott departed Friday Meigs went!' out on. special to inspectthe
Cot Brown the hustler for' Bryct-ville where she will ON PRICES
Pittsburg -
eloquent sermon for the occasion. log camps Friday afternoon. .
visit relatives.Mr. :: ,
is favorite with the .
a general G'
The music was conducted by MissS. Mr. T. O. Kelly of the film of Kelly

strawberry, growers of this section. E. Sweat. Luther Jones, one of Tampa's & Owensby tit Lake Butler, was in the has been declared at
.. popular young men, is visiting relatives the
city on business Friday. Mr. Kelly store II
The is draw .
strawberry season Following was the program; : in the city.
bill of from the
bought a large goods '
ing to a close. The shipments are Voluntary-'Easter Carol," Or- 'Dr. Tate Powell and wife visited Hackett Dry Goods Company in this
ever'day. } J
to smaller .
beginning. grow ganist. Jacksonville yesterday returning _

Hymn"Christ is Risen," Choir. home last night. city.Mr.. Sol Rhodes, one of Lake But-

Who was the young man that t\nthem-hCome Holy Spirit"- R-v. G. T. 3>itner preached an ler's popular young men, was..In the Who says everything must go
tipped his hat to the dummy in Choir-Soloist, Miss Lutie Smith. interesting sermon at the Baptist city Sunday. Sol had the misfortune He to' is undoubtedly room for new. goods.
the church Sunday. to scar his! face up considerably withpowdl'r
front of the W. B. Ilaynes Co'e. Solo- 'Cast thy Bread upon while
blasting out
Water Mr. Oat. Mr. Chas. Hill, one of Lawt!:yV stumps -
,store Saturday. last week. The Leader of Low Prices "
Sermon-(Text) "He is Not hustling young business men, was in
A party composed of several of the city Sunday.Mr. Rheumatism Cured. '
Here. S Why send away for goods when ..
Starke's young: ladies and gentle* Joe Oowlinjr, a prominent citizen My wife has nStd'Chamberlin's! '
Anthem Him Choir. be
--"Crown they can bought just as -.,
men visited the Truby spring lat Hymn. of Lake Butler, was in the. city Pain Balm for rheumatism with cheap at home. p.
on business Fri-iay.
Friday afternoon. and I recommend i it
Prayer-Rev. Philips. THINK IT-- .
Mr. Jos. Thomas, inventor .of the liniment for rheu- ::: .
The magic lantern show given at Doxology ,dvlwu as a splendid
s 1' & .
reJriger.-itor. went to
the school house lat! matism and other household use Dry Goods, Clothing,Hats, ShoesTrnnks and Valise
Thuredaj! evening Belleview last week.
Undertakers' Goods, Builder's: Materials, Shelf -
How to Look Good, for which we have found it valu-
by ilr Jackson, the ex-Con }Irj;. S. F. Haufon, of Green Cove, Hardware, Farming Tools, Harness, Saddlery and .

federate soldier, was largely at- Good looks are really more than is visiting her mother, Mrs. JC.. 'able.-. J. Cuyler, Red Creek, : Bridles, Furniture, Stoves, Sash Doors, Blinds, y Y
'N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of thtt< Paints and Oils ALL GOING CHEAP. .
te ..ded.. skin deep, depending entirely on i Richard, in this city. ,

healthy condition of all the vital Mr. Andy Shufford, the hustling !leading merchants of this village
About eighteen Italians came and l one *qf the most prominent Fresh Stock of Groceries Constantly on Hani
organs. -If the liver is inactive, veterinary surgeon from Jacksonville, ':
here this
through yebterdny from New- men vtcinity.W.G.PhiPpin -
have a bilious look if WIH in the city Friday. .
you your
Editor RedCreek Herald.
berry. They were bound fur Jacksonville I SELL FOR SPOT CASH at cash anddefy
stomach! is disordered, you have a Mr. Edward Cauov.i returned home For sale by J. L. Gaskins.
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where they wiil try to secure dyspeptic look; if your kidneys last week from a pleasant vlalt with ... competition.

work. are aifected' you have a pinchedlook. relatives at Maccleuuy. Died. T. "W :ZIO2DG-BS: : .

Quite a number of people went Secure good health, and Dr. J. Harrison Hodges, of Gainesville Little Marion, the twelve-montbl- ,

down tot the creek Sunday after- you will surely have good looks. pasdod through the city :;uud.yen old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hope Truby Sternberg & Co.'s old'stand., -

noon to see a curiosity in the 'Electric Bitters" is a good Alterative route tu Jacksonville. Farmer, died last Friday eveningat -

.. way Mr. C. Harrison, the wideawakesuia'.ce 6 o'clock of Cholera} IlIfan .-,..,.......1fII.1fII..fill.1fII."., ......,. ._. .. ._. .- ..... ..
-of the shape of a human ear grow- and Tonic. 4'Acts directly on um.The' -:??.........___._.....,...... _...........e:-....._.!.iI...o.!e..-__ .--"." .,--.,.,-.....$_'jiiI'.",. '''.
man, a business tripto /
ing on a cypiess tree. the stomach, liver and kidneys, interment took place at Crosby
Lake butler} last. week. cemetery Saturday morning at ,It 3 THE C. B. ROGERS cO.df
purifies the blood; cures pimples, ::1
company of Uncle Sam's boysin Mr. W. C. Ilassiu, a prominent o'clock] Rev L.: W. Kickliter officiating

blue passed through the city blotches and boils, and gives a business man of Providence, R. I., Tho ADVOCATE extends) ill. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS W .

yesterday en route to Key West good cumph xion. Every bottle was in the city ycstwrd.iy. sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Fanner \u' =-.A.CSO' : v 1.'T' ,"F. ...L.A 1j

where they will be placed in i the guaranteed. Sold at J. L. Gaskins' Mr. W. H. Lucas. Traveling Passenger The Coroner's J in the Sheriff \- Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc. =i
Drug Store. 50 cents per bottle. J Agent for the G. S. A F. R'y., nry
barracks at that n.
SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the
was in the city Saturday.Mr. Driggers case at Macclenny returned -
colored boys ,had a rough The l ladies of the S. L. I. A, a verdict Saturday that J. m Fairbank. Canning Co. Lion Brand trade only. Orders from con- +I
Robert Wynn, Jr., one 01 umera neither solicited nor de-
and tumble light down near the have improved the park by havingthe Samp u Citj'a' popular young men E. W. Driggers came to hi s death m-, Canned Heats. ired. mg

wharf last Saturday night The grass mowed off and the trees was in the city Saturday. from ,a pistol shot wound inflicted

boys fought for se\'eralminutcs. trim1ll d. They have also planted Mis Sadie! Pooler, one of Arcadia's by T. J. Pun Pons waa found g; Qnotations Made Promptly On Application. i

.N -damllg was done however.Mr. I flowers and vines in different parts ehal ming young la .is, is visitingMrs guilty of murder in the second de- +--' "'. ..... tI'! f1'!
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McDonald, foreman of the of the park. The ladies. are indignant i Dilaberry in this city. gree. In the preliminary hearing lJ.jiiiI'''' iJ jiiiI.jiiiI'jiiI ;;; +t: """ e= : cqo

over the fact that Col. Rubt. Pons waived, examination and he
some personor McName., one of JN.ck:
F. 0. &
P.bridge has completed
are in the habit of cut- sonville't prominent members of the< was placed under $2,000 bond for -
persons E. W. ,
_. DRIGGERS ....
trestle over Alligator bar, was in the city Sunday.Mr. appearance. at the next term of the i
ting on: the trees and benches with
creek. Ho is now driving pilingfor Circuit court.
a pocket knife. They have killed Jessy Reddish, a proniin. ut
another treetlo; about a mile LIVERY .
farmer living in the Water Oak
several of the prettiest trees in the sec Mr. 'Joe Wynn had the _misfortune ,
South of this city. lion, wad In the city Friday.
park by cutting great gashes in to break hia arm last week. ::
Mr. A. J. Kite of Lake Butler Mn Wnv Agin. who works at Gum J U) -STARKE, FLA. 1(4IC
them This should be stopped bj Mr. Wynn was sawing a limb froma ; ,
mrr's log camps near Baldwin, Wail i i'
had the] misfortune to loose his 1 the city authorities for we can visiting relatives here Sunday. tree in his yard when his foot .

hor.o in this city last Friday. The never have a park as long as thereis slipped and he fell from the tree. t

horse was taken sick suddenly. and some one always ready to deface Mr. Wm. Sapp, on.. of Starke'i In falling he brused his face and ..jake a Specialty of!'Conveying Twellng Men>! to Points in the Con try.'**
prosperous citizen!!! made a business: !
died in a few hoars afterwaids. sprained his leg -on a 'limb of,the
the benches and destroy the trees. trip to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .

., The horse was valued at over $100. J. W. Tuttle tree. When lIe struck the groundhe SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.A11adin .
Mrs. J. M. Truby treated thejuvenile one of Jackson.vllle's fell on his arm breaking it near'
The strawberry growers have prominent busihecs men, was: the elbow, -
school class of the
in the
city on business :
__ Leon bothered lately: by a litttle in-
Presbyterian Sunday school to an Capt. Tompsett's new boat.it
Mr. Mallory S'okes' one of Lake
_ feet that eats the bloom from the
Easter egg hunt in the park yester- Butler' popular oung citizens was nearly completed and will soon be Oi1 ,
bushes. It is estimated that this
day afternoon. The young folks in our.city on business Saturday.. ready to launch in the Suwannee Qcrity
little pest has done thousands of .
enjoyed the fun immensely and Mrs. Tennant and daughter, Miss river. The Captain layrhehan 4
dollars! worth
of damage in this succeeded i in finding most of the Ouida, came down on a visit from had several offers from the United .w

county alone. beautifully colored eggs that were Waldo Sunday, returning Monday. States Government wKo want to
his boat and it the For Sale By
i The) A., S. K. &G, R'y. brought hidden'from"tbem. Mrs.,Trnby is Mrs. Alice Ross, who has been visIting purchase with use in ;

in seven car loads of phosphate yesterday -, very zealous Sunday school work Mrs. W. H. Rivers in this city. war Spain. i

from the phosphate mines i cr and knows how to encourage the left for her home at Anthony Friday. The children.' meeting at the

'The I IbJ Mr. A. M. Ackerman, bookkeeper Methodist church J. .F.. P. McMurry <
near Ala:chna. shipments will little ones to attend Sunday school for the Atlantic Lumber Sunday night .
Company, ,
BO heavy in a few months that The Episcopal Sunday school also was in the .clt).. on business yester[ was I largely attended by the young ,

.. it will be necessary for the road to enjoyed a similar entertainment people of this city. There'was al- -

put'on *n extra train.- near the Episcopal church yester day.Mr..Fred Kin, the hustling representative so a large number of grown people S
The services GROCER
present. were entertaining : i
The A., S. R & G. R'y. will day. -. of the Winn Johns'.ti Co., as well as instructive.I > ,
of Macon, Ga., .u&a In the city Sun- .
run an excursion to Burnett's Lake :31 r. Geo. Scott, WAS presentedwith .
day. have 3$ choice lots, right in

to-morrow night. Tho train will a thirty-seven pound Bull" Maj. 1'. E. Bugg" one Starke's the heart of the city, that I will S'I': :' :eXE., J.oeIC.A.;. :: ..

leave, this i city at 6:30: and returning Drum-fish, yesterday by some prominent members of_the bar; mad dispose of for cash, at, a very low

.leave the ]lake at 11 o'clock. friends of his at St. Mary. The a professional visit to Jacksonville figure. For farther information, '

The Victor Cornet Band of Starko fish was certainly a beauty and the Friday.Mi8srea. apply at this officeOA.&TOEl.A.> One Gallon IBcts. .

will nnmb music for the occasion. biggest 'one we have seen of that se White, daughter of J. : .. ;Five Gallons 65cts/ yr ,
W. White! of this city, returned,Friday Bean tb 1ta 1 id! YGb Ee'ttSm ', .
The faro, will bo 50 cents for'the kind.. Mr. Scott said he had to '" 1
from a pleasant visit with friends ;&;;
round trip. ."_ use a.hatchet Ii.,I in sc:dinT. it., and relatives at Hampton. This is the Best Oil sold in the city. .

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