The Florida weekly advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086620/00140
 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00140

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', Official Directories. : 0. J. Milam killed two of the 4V' -
HAPPENINGS CUBA BOMBARDED.Admiral proclamation issued in London.On ,
STATE. largest coachwhip snakes Monday the whole, the officials are ,;

TEMS -- morning ever seen in this disposed to take the view that _
Governor, Wm. D. Bloxham. I OF LOCAL AND GENERAL
19' ,Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford.' INTEREST. section, measuring over six Sampson's Fleet Doesa a strict adherence by Great EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE '
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.Comptroller, W. II. Reynolds. WEEK,
.tM 'Jrea' urerJ..I3. Whitfleld.AttorneyGeneral. I feet in length. It requires a Britain to these rules will be

\Vm. Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. brave man to tackle two snakes a Little rather the
more advantageous to
Gathered From Oar State
: Commissioner of Agriculture, L.6. Exchanges.
.1/tJ/;:::.' Wombwell.' I Waldo. of this variety and size when United States than to Spain, particularly
N.. ; 5i? Superintendent of Public Instruction he knows the A Great
'! -' .... \". N. Sheats. :Miss Wynn, of Starke, is lighting qualitiesof Kaal Battle Expected Every as we are operating, in The first district congressional -

tJ*: ', SUPREME COURT. visiting Mrs. Powell. a blackhead coachwhip.The Hour at Manilla. the naval sense, close to our convention will convenein
Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor.
Justices: Milton H. M.braY. F. B ,'Ir. J. TjJ. Weeks has goneto Potlicker Club is now Other Notes of own base of supplies and, in Tampa June 1.
Carter. Interest in Regard -
I adding new members from day all probability, soon will cut
COUNTY. Braidentown.prospecting. to the War for the Thousands of tons of coal are
State Senator A. Crosby. to day, and will no doubt be : Freedom of Cuba. Spain off from the two bases
Representatives, L. D. Wall!! and E. Mr. Joe Winters has began I that she now has in the neighborhood being delivered at Key West
ready to organize at an early : KEY WEST 27.-The '
P. Ward. April :*
building ou his lot in tha Priest ... of Cuba. for the war ships.
Tax Collector J. C. Byrd. date. They, of course, will New York, Puritan, and
Tax Assessor, W'V. J. Epperson. addition. SITUATION IN A NUT SHELL, UP The Florida Medical Association
Treasurer. E. S. Matthews .oge. r their services to our co m. Cincinnati bombarded the fortsat

. < Week Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. Miss Blanche Jarvis of trI|as soon as the organization Matanzas this afternoon. The TO United TUESDAY States NIGHT.Govern- held its annual meeting at

Sheriff S.B. Denmark.County Gainesville, has been visiting is completed. One old veteranin The engagement began at 12:45: Jacksonville this week.
ment has received
Surveyor, R. .F. EnsE. assurancesof
.. Superintendent of Public Instruction Y. the :Misses Deane. ,the club"says he has shot men and closed at 1 ::15 o'clock. neutrality from nearly all of An unoccupied dwelling near

,'F. D. Sbeli. Mr. Lawson Beasley has from early dawn till dewey eve There were no casualties on the the Brooksvillebelonging to J. D.Hope .
County Judge, J. R. Richard. great powers, England lead-
Justice of the Peace for District: moved his family from Starke and if its necessary he can do American side. Great damageis the with was burned Tuesday
? No.6. Oeo. A. Gardin. r. ing way a proclamation. -
? County(.;ommi iouer8..JuI1IeTllm- Waldo.. We welcome them. it again. There is no doubt known to have been done to morning.

1m, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Biiuton, but he will be chosen to lead Matanzas, and it is believed Sagasta has issued another '
Mr. Geo. Julius Israel of OC3la'g
J..3. Crows, D. W. Clyutt..CITY. Flagg, a popular one
+ : this brave band in front of the note to the abusive of ,
knight of the grip,. after a that there was loss of life there. powers, best known citizens, died Tues-
of Havana. the United States, and charging -!
visit to his is gates The object of the attack was day from a sudden stroke of
: Mayor, A. T. von Kirn. family, that it is the intention of

: Clerk.Assessor G.-orge, T. \V.Gardiner.Sweat. again on the road. Yellow Jaundice Cured- to prevent the completion of this nation to ultimately annex paralysis.No .

r Treasurer, E. P. Dutu-au. earthworks at Punta Gorda.A Cuba.A .
Marshal, J. P. IJeutiet.NiRlit Miss Sallie Williams is home Suffering humanity should be battery on the eastward arm United States Lieutenant less than ten military
Pollc-, .1. N. .Jon' 8. after supplied with = companies have been
again having several every means possible organizedby
,. Aldermen F R. Morgan. Edward spent of the bay opened fire on the has effected a landing in Santiago
Uiddleon, J. M. Triiby, N. W..Hack- days very pleasantly at Rocky for its relief. It is with pleasure and this his mission being to see the colored people in Florida
flagship, also
ett and J. 'V. Hicks. Point. with her friend Miss we publish the following: was Garcia. and arrange for cooperation in the last two weeks.
shelled.. About twelve 8-inch
I Julia Borton.Mr. "This is to certify that I was a at the instant of invas-
Church Directory. terrible sufferer from Yellow shells were fired from the While quarreling over a

Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor. Paul Deane and sisters, Jaundico for over six months, and eastern forts, but all fell short. ion.The blockade of Havana con pistol, Anderson Henderson

day.Services Prayermeetiug every l 1st, 2nd every and 5th Wednesday SUII-- Misses Blanche and Grape, was treuted by some of the best About five or six light shells tinues, no shots being exchanged. sho: and killed Thomas Wiggins ;

'. evening at 7 o'olock Sunday I leave for Virginia on 'Thursday The at '
physicians in our city and all to were fired from the half-corn- splendid Spanish Campville Saturday.

school o'clock.every Sunday mo.ning at 9 They will be greatly missed by no avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, pleted battery. Two of these steamship Panama, of iron Both are colored.

Baptist, Rev. G. T. L\"ltner, pa tor. their many friends. recommended Electric Bitters; whizzed over the New York hull and generous dimensions, 'The older citizens of the
has fallen as a prize to the little
Services 2nd and 4lh Sunday.Prayermeeting
every Thursday: evening Mr. T. M. Cauthen and I and after taking two bottles, I was and one fell short. The ships Mangrove. different towns in the State are

Sunday at 7 o'clock.morning Sunday at 9:3J o'clock.scho.1 every daughters Onida and Puline, entirely pleasure cured.in recommending I now take them great left the bay for .the open sea, President McKinley proclaims"no organizing home guards for the'

1hthorlist/'n ,'. J. A. Hendry pas accompanied by little :Miss\ to any person Buffering!: from this the object of discovering the privateering" and defines protection of homes in the

tor. Services every Sunday, morning Effie Petitt. are visting in terrible malady. I am gratefully. whereabouts of the 'batteries what vessels and goods are exempt absence of the military boys.

and Wednesday evening.! evening Prayenm-eting; at 711'cluctt.every Grahamsville this week. yours" M. A. Hogarty, Lexington :. having been accomplished. In from seizure.A The lumber, crosstie and

F Ky. Sold by J. L. Gaskins, BATTLE EXPECTED AT SEA.
Sunday 501)0(11.very Sunday inoruiu -
Mr. and I the of 300 shots
; at 9:30 o'clock. George Granger Druggist. neighborhood An official dispatch from turpentine business in Ahichua

Episcopal, Rev. F. R. Iloleman. family, accompanied by his were put on land from the,three county is experiencing a remarkable -

lergy man in charge. Servicesevery sister, Mrs. Agnes Strong, of Among the odd features of shi;,s, at a range of from four Manilla says that* the Spanish boom. In consequence -
2nd and 4th arteruo-ua 3'3U
Philippine fleet has sailed to
o'clock. Sunday school: every tSuu: Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting! i in the Omaha Exposition will be thousand to seven thousand of this fact, many new
day fteruoon at o'clock.. a typical southern plantations take up its position to meet the
Tampa and seeing our soldier yards. United States The camps and stills are being,
Christian no pastor at present ( It is called squadron.
Prayermeetiug every Wednesday bcvs.Rev. an Rear Admiral Sampson, latter had not been sighted established all over the county.A .

ve-ing> at 7 o'clock. Sunday:: school \V. F. Alexander, "Afro-American Village but when asked if he was satisfied when the cable message was New York has
very Sunday morning at 9:30: o'- newspaper
clock. the name is something of a with the result said sent, but the American war-
former pastor of the Methodist : bought of Charles Segui, of
misnomer. There will be ships were expected at ,
Lodges church here, but now of Mandarin a "Yes, I expected to be." any St. Augustine, 100 carrier
; moment.
field of .
ripe cotton
'" is shaking hands with grown a The half completed Spanish pigeons for which the fancirr
a Stance Lodge No. 34, K of P, meets ,
tract of and SHIPS TO ATTACK OUR
sugar cane a plat fc
every Thursday 7 p. in. his many friends here this earthwork and battery were COAST. has received the sum of 500.
W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, week. covered with the wide"nodding all
-r. up by These be
pigeonswill used to
J. It. Dxvia, K. of R. and S. leaves of the tobacco plant. BAYONNE, France, April 27.
The W. P. & H. M. the shells. carry dispatches in certain
'. Society'will According to a letter just received -
No. 42 I.
Bradford Lodge & A. M.. "Farm hands" will be kept t
meeting every Thursday before the have their usual Jtitesocial All the ships engaged showed here from Madrid, dated cases.
8rd Sunday 7 p. m. busy in the cotton and the cane, excellent
1v. F. ){ALPIIUlt8, ,Yo M. on Tuesday evening, and all the processes for the marksmanship dur- from the. Spanish capital on There are 1,303.27! miles of

W. -N. MEACHAU. Sec. 3rd at the residence of ing the engagement, and when line in Florida
May culture of these staples of the Tuesday, a Spanish squadron, telegraph calved -

May Lodge :No. 10, I.o. O.F., meets Judge A. B. Coulter on Cracker south will be given practical they were firing at the shore consisting of four ironclad and by the State board at $230-
every Tuesday 7:30 p. m. I I
L. W. KICKUTEK N. G. Hill. All are cordially invited. illustration. The cotton will nearly every shell took effect. three torpedo boat destroyers, 814.50 ; telephone lines, and

W. N. 1IKAC3AM, StC. be ginned and baled and the The forts bombarded were on sailed for the United States etc.valued by county assessorsat

4 tobacco will be picked, if not It rumoredthe
Sampson City. a lowlying point and were con- yesterday. was $6,000; difference on Accountof
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY cured, "befo1 yo've'y eyes, squadron was to steam
Our .
section had good rains sidered earthworks. '
I. sab!"-Ex. merely directly across the Atlantic factions of dollars, $S.G 5:

_I' V1T ISS S. E. SWEAT. I Saturday and Tuesday nights They did not make a good and bombard northern making an aggregate valuationof
.r .l.f.L word to the wise is sufficient" portsof
t F! : "'PIANO TEACHER .... which was begining to be target, yet when the big guns the United States. The port $236,853.05. The lines of
: word from the wise should J
much needed. were fired at the shortest range, from which this squadron sail- the International Ocean Tele-

STARKE, FLA. >Ir. J. }ef.V oIfe den ? Those, but you who ask, who The are portions of the forts could be ed was not mentioned. It was graph Company are valued at
Latest! methods. Special attention glee kno/w. added however that a second
to tec.bl flue. Apply fur terms. had to forego his usual pastimwith experience of trust- seen flying in the air at every squadron, consisting of four $143,295 ; those of the Western .

; A I.. SCOTT M. D.. gnn and sail boat of persons may he taken for shot. ironclads and two cruisers, Union $44,452, and the South

'I ... PHYSICIAN AID SURGEON... on account of the rush at Mr.V.. M. Terry The flagship returned to was being formed at Cadiz. Florida Telegraph*-Companyat

/ mill. that Chamberlain's Cough Havana and the Puritan and Its destination unknown. $32,260.
:A fishing party from WaCity gives better satisfaction Cincinnati were left on the Harry Derieux, aged-20
Once GisVdn's Dm Store. Rheumatism Cured.
had some rare sport i any other in the market. Matanzas station. years, only son of Dr. J.. L.
been in the drug business My wife has used Chamberlin'sPain
L. STEWART M. D., Sampson lake Saturday night.As SETTLED DOWN TO WAR RIGHT. Derieux, of Lakeland, was

.. Ky., for twelve years ; WASHINGTON, April 26.- Balm for rheumatism with' drowned his father's resi-
"o EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT .. fishermen say, they had hundred of bottles of this great relief, and I recommend it near'

STARKE, FLA. ? big catch. c1y and nearly all other Conditions in Washington are as a splendid liniment for rheu- dence near that city, last,week

medicines manufactured rapidly settling down to thoseof He had occasion to row across
O3. at Starke Drug Co. Prof. Miller was taken matism and other household use
shows conclusively that actual war. Notices came Lake Bonnett in a small rowboat -
ously: and very suddenly ill for which we have found it valuable.
ATE POWELL M D.. I is the must satisfac-: to the State Department from
T the veneering mill Tuesda to the people and is the best. .-W. J. Cuyle Red Creek, early in the morning; be-

.PHYSICIAH AND SURGEON, I evening but 'we learn that h by J. L. Gapkius. the four quarters of the globe N. Y. Mr. Cnyler is one of the fore starting to school, and not

STARKE, FLA. is now recovering. 7Q"A to-day showing that nationsare !eading merchants of this villageand returning when expected, hi+
Uncle Sam has of the
now one ,most prominentmen
Over thirty years experience In Diseases of as a rule, prepared to as- father became alarmed, :and:
in this -'V. G.
Women sad Children Office Starke Mr. H. C. Ryals, is p ushin to the training table. He vicinity Phip-
Drug Company. sume an attitude of strict neu- pin, Editor Red Creek Herald. imparting his fears to citizens,
.x, the turpentine business for 1 I a barrel of blood for
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11e trality as between the United For sale by J. L. Gaskins. a general search was immediately -
O. UAYNES.x it is worth. He hava dines I
-J-\R.J. seems to on dyna- States and in
Spain the present instituted in woods and
x e- DENTiST, -.. get-np-and-get set of foremewith and for supper eats a keg In The Virginia, Senate has approved ,
II struggle. most cases they on lake opinions being dividedas
I STARKE, +rFLORIDA. him this season. nails. For exer- a bill providing that in ,
: were answers to the identical
whether the had
._ Ofiea at residence on fionth. Street. There is he swings 100-ton guns,, the event of the total destruc- boy
Teeth extracted painlessly by cAan*of local good fishing on th note sent out yesterday by the bitten snake drowned.
,, saMthetlcn. All kind of dental work done at ieh to fit his nerves he sits on tion of the insured property,. by a or
reasonable charges. now, especially by State
mines and makes Department to all United The boat track was found on
and when the amount of the
light If fail the (
rpHOS..E.BUGO. I yon on cotton torpedoes.-Herald. States Embassies Legations, appraised, or agreed loss, shall 1 the water's edge, Jioiverer,

!ttornY1Ild Counsellor at Lav you are never disappointed o instructing them to notify the be less,than the amount namedin showing that he had started to
the old reliable stump-tail 1 Second battalion. Flori- Governments to which the insurance
STARKE FLA. they policy, the return, and late in the evening
troops, has volunteered were accredited, that war has company shall return to the x the boat was founJl L'. ri ling i in

Ofice at R.es1dencft na Cberry Street. Billy Atwell, has to the Governor to existed since Apri 21. Great insured the unearned premium one part of the .lake:] ,pjtd thooars

for the flag. There are :for the.excess of insurance o'Ver in 'd\ou
R.V. ENSEY his big team for a more Britain has taken a decided another. Art : in
qvILENGINEEa.COUNTY ; 3e battalion the the appraised or, agreed loss.OA.STOnXA. ';
following J
the bottoni of the boat
ant job. The big team stand in the principles of neutrality : show irii;
SURVEYOR. : Starke, with 45 that,it had not capsz.vd, though
quired too ranch Sunday s so it with interest ..
; ,Jasper, 45 ; .Tal- was great half] full of
I water. Us had
-facsJoatl Urawla E sa Priatbj., Fatl:: Tta Kad Yoa 8aa Atom togfetBi&uzxt
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| Billy didn't havtints that; received
SUM of wata.nl lej oa application.out I .,37; Live Oak, 43, news was made an effort to clime Iwclt!

,It' *oa C2street wlrt! C L.r :k. to get -ur the' l ssol. I making a total of 170. here of the"terms of neutrality tI r a'' .. d1 into it, after falling out. _,

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PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYSAT the late war and were buried! made the following :' -' .
-, without' who)' pertinent remarks; : ..' *; i purpose,.namely, a J recepfacl for- :.G- .# .. '!:...r.t--. : ";':" -1' ': ; i-R'l'"E": : !''.
knowing: :
any'on"e ': f I, a:7.i '.m.llS'
urine and is-BOt, .I liable .M
STAI FLORIDA the as snch-it .0 ; &
KE. i they v ere. IIQ graves; marked :Tlie newspaper t all.is the ,,I .: .if. "..... .'.. -
to.any fornjof: .., disease,except WE: ARE ASSERTuP%: ''CQ"QRTP; OUK::BIGHT..To',
Entered at the postoffice at Starke, Florida, 'funkown" were numerous atj public's slave. He helps to by one of two ways. The first THE EXCLUSIVE tJSE 6F{ THE 'WX5RD: $ is CASTORIA: ," AKTX. '

as second-class mall matter.I every battlefield and- cemetery,;, make his neighbor rich and way is from imperfect action, .*of "PITCHER'S C ,STORIA," A5'..OUR. .'T$ADE. MARK ,_ .,. ,.,

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR..' Some .fell by the wayside and dies poor. He helps to' elect the kidneys. The' second way .is /, DR: SAMUEL. PITCHER, of.:8k aims, Massachusetts .,'

died,- others in hospitals and ;candidates to fat salaries, getsa from caraless local treatment of was the originator of 1+,CAeJ O.R"{A',}/ the. same that

TEXAS K. HODGES. their'friends and relatives have little at other.- Iot-' ...... "
I.L. patronage starvation seases. "
has borne and does now bear lfer. .. on every
EDITOR- AND PROPRIETOR : never'learned to this day.where prices, and,, waits 'till doomsdayfor SAMPLE-SENT FREE. y T l
I the lac-simile'signature ofC a wrapper.
I their; bones rest or how and his money. He builds up Unhealthy urine from unhealthy!
"CASTOR I A" which has been used. in-ft
;' Advertising Rates. yhere, they died. churches, schools and other kidneys is the chief cause of blad: This itthe original

'Cc Our, advertising rates-will be as reasonableas 1 It_ was the same in both public institutions, contributes der troubles. It corrects frequent the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. -

paper.consistent Its the with purpose keeping of up the a pnblisherlto good news-:, armies. It is learned from a his mite to"their sup- calls, inability to holdurine and. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it ithe i s.

Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only Philadelphia paper, however, port, and when they have paid scalding or stinging pain in Passing kind you have always bought ?- on J the
such a proportion of advertisements as will +-tP
Insure that all will be seen and read and none' that in the war with Spain 'this job work arid advertising to it, or bad effects following use and_ _has the signature ofZz&ffia &M wrap-
of wine beer and
liquor, or over- '
of others. Rates will
burled behind
a mass loss of to be out take it somewhereelse has from me to use name except .
; be uniform and will be made known on appli identity is overcome give they comes that unpleasant necessity per.. No one, authority my f

'. cation. by having the soldiers or ask for bids from those of being compelled to get up The Centaur Company, of which Chas.Fletcher is President:. .

t' when they into action wear who never aided them against many times during the night to:: -
go March 24 IS 98. -
Patrick E. McMurray: a urinate. The mild and extraordi- 't
:.:' around their necks small tags those who did. He credits a nary affect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- ; .:D. .
prominent Republican politican -
.. made of aluminum, upon man two years for a paper, and Root is soon realized. It stands 'I'Do
; died at his home in Jacksonville Not Be Deceived.Do .
which shall be stamped: the when he sends the bill the man the highest for its wonderful cures .

.. Monday. numeral assigned each man on gets mad and q nits. of the most distressing cases. If not endanger the life of your child by acceptinga -
need medicine should
you a y<3u offer
Before war was declared the muster rolls, with the letter Whereupon the Brooksville have the best. At druggisth 50cts cheap substitute which some druggist maybecause you

Spain seemed very anxious ta of his company, battery or News-Register responds ..with and $1. You may have.a- sample ( he;; makes a few more pennies on it), the"'ingredients -
bottle and pamphlet, jlboth"sentfree of which even he does not know.
fight, but since the fighting troop and his regiment. By an outburst of clean-cut, undeniable = .
mail three
by receigtof
business has begun the Spanish this plan the men who die for, facts concerinln the 2-cent stamps to cover cost of "The Kind You Have Always Bonght"

.. don't seem.sp anxious. their country may be easily, relations existing. between the 1 postage on the bottle. Mention. BEARS THE SIGNATURE OFInsist -

identified and will thus be. newspapers and the public, the Florida Semi-Weekly Advocateand .
your address to Dr Ku -
The Tampa Times says : 'The saved from the fate of being from which we make the following merCo." ., Binghampton, N. Y.

report from various sources consigned to an unmarked'' extracts, heartily com- The proprietor of this paper guarantees -

:. that the Spanish mackerel have grave. The tags are to be sent mending them to the good the genuineness of this offer. ,

been ordered but of the Gulf to the troops in the South as sense and thoughtful consideration Special 'Notice. -- -

probably originated from the soon I as it becomes evident that of newspaper patrons The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY .. on Having ,':'

report that several smacks have active service is begun. It is everywhere.The ADVOCATE is now equippedfor

been taken in." a: meritorious plan, and the newspaper gets nothingfor first-class job printing as it The End That Never Failed You :

War Department is deservingof its political work, gets .
For preventing a railroad added to its in this de-
commendation for the fore- nothing for its immigrationwork
disaster by the timely discoveryof partment new
presses, new type,
and when it in the
thought and considerationwhich comes
a brokan rail and the stop- and a line stationary suitable -FOR-:
of the office-holder to
it. way
ping of an approaching train a prompted to any kind of work. We can
If soldiers would always out a little advertising or job print anything required, and guar- FIRST PT AQQ 1 JOB PRINTING]
locomotive at Halle -
engineer' work, he calls for bids from antee to turn out work that will B E
., on the Saale received a rewardof give their comrades others those who did everything' please the most fastidious: and BRING YOUR WORK JO THE OFFICE OF THE

2 marks ((50 cents) from the some information of their their power to defeat the critical of patrons. Don't send '

railroad company. relatives and home before going official. If the opposition .is elsewhere for your work, but giveus FLORIDA 1:( SEMI-WEEKLY E : ADVOCATE

into hospital or battle it would shrewd it plays on the economy an opportunity to show you .
and bids low what we can give in -------
string so that a ym: qualityand
in their after
"Spanish emissaries are do- graves
decent cannot touchit prices. .
ing all in their power to en- the war. Many were identifiedin except at a dead loss, just To Care Constipation \i'orover.Take lE PRINT ..-'" i
the late war by letters or Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10o or 252.
trouble in what'the is after
gender Tampa, says opposition -a If C.C.C.Tail to cure,druggists refund money CARDS, l r TAGS .J
the Gainesville Sun. "Many Bibles with names written little cheap revenge for defeat. ":' 4 ,
educate Your JSowels With Can carets. CHECKS, 1'1 I -' LABELS ;)
thereon and carried in their =Tallahasseean. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. ,
false circulated
rumors are being lOc,lac. It C.C.C,fail,druggists: refund money. TICKETS, BLANKSENVELOPES : ::

by them to the effect that pockets.Metropolis.* :. I was reading an advertisement --- I 11 CIRCULARS, 4: '

a collision is probable between We cannot feel otherwise of Chamberlin's Colic, Cholera J. F. P. McMUKEY, BILL HEADS, ,/!' if STATEMENTS, -: .

Spanish and Cuban residents of than, profoundly grateful for> and Diarrhoea. Remedy in the DEALERIN NOTE HEADS:. I.. LETTER HEADS,.' .. ,

that city. If those who are en- the unmistakable evidence Worcester Enterprise recently FANCY GROCERIES r: ETC., ETC., ETC. ,1'

; gaged in this nefarious work which leads me to write this. I .
which, we possess of Great WE MENTION THE I
r can be'discovered, they shouldbe can truthfully say I never used any -I KEEP- IMPORTANT

promptly arrested and pun- Britain's sympthy and good rcme equal to it for cole and The Best and Freshest Stock in Town. 'Skilled Printers' t'TM!i'
ished." will toward in the .
us present -TRY ME.- '
diarrhoea. I have never had to
crisis. On the idea that bloodis REQUISITES-, //Good Taper> ;
use more than one or two doses to .
Of the 600 Phillippine Islands : EDWARD MDDLETON iJ .:
thicker than water felt .
we cure the worst case with myself or -T- | Presses ,
Luzon is the largest containing / -
assured months that ,
Great children. W. A. Stroud
ago Popo- Successor to Andrews&Midilenon. '
40,024 square miles. Ma Britain would side with her moke City, Md. For sale by J. *GOOD WORK: Typo : :" ; .

nilla, the capital, has a popu- next of kin in the event of L. Gaskins. PROPRIETOR OF r A And :

lation of Most of' ,
hostilities, but we scarcely expected 'f.- 1
Feed and Sale
natives are Malayas, with a to find her so cordial An Arkansas corrospondent Livery, \. /

large resident Spanish popula- to a law journal relates an
and emphatic in her manifestations -
tion. Gold mining is exten- of friendship. amusing case which arose in STABLES 9919 WE HAVE ALL TH ESE.'eE: :(:

sively carried on. The princi- ,|Not only is the governmentof that state a few years ago, in NEff AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES 11 TERMS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. .

pal products are hemp, sugar, Great Britain favorably dis- which he was counsel for the AND HARNESS FOR SALE. It STRICTLY CASH. Office in Postoffice Building. Call and;Se,s Us, ;{=
coffee, tobacco leaf and indigo.In defense. A man by the name "
posed toward in
us present -
1894 the total imports were of Driver with THE
was charged
28i30; 000. crisis, but the people of Great WRITE
five to
Britain almost solidly upholdthe stealing hogs belonging NEW YORK WORLD .
The soldiers at Tampa IF SO WRITE RIGHT
government in attitude a Mr. Pigg. One of the wit- ... -

are armed with the Krag- toward nesses was named Hamm, the
us. This demonstrates THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION.
Jorgensen rifle of thirty calibre. prosecuting attorney's name : -lt;
effectually the kinship which ": .:.:..
It is a six-shell magazine gun was Chew, and the counsel for
!Ii exists between
two great 18 Pages a Week .
and will kill at two miles but
.. branches of the AngloSaxonrace. the defense were Miles & Iiles.The .

will not do effective work over I ,correspondent desires to 156 Papers Year $ ;

'.; 1,900yards.. The cartridge contains know whether if Driver drovePigg's )'S

forty-three grains patent iRe criticised her pudding, hogs for Miles & Miles FOEOKEDOLLAE.Polished .
the' ,Hamm would be fit to ii r
smokeless powder. The missile arid he didn't like her cake; he
: Chew? We suspend judgment. Alternate Day except Sunday. .
every ; .
that does the work is about an wished that she'd make the .
.. inch long, of steel and the size, biscuits that his mother usedto The Tkrice-a-Week Edition i ;"'.. :: :
5 of a lead pencil.. It will pierce' ;, make. She didn't wash the Skin DiseasesoForthe of THE NEW YORK WORLD is .' Bjr;l-Y'

'.1' 'green oak nineteen inches thick dishes, and she didn't make i speedy ant permanent cure of first among all "weekly" pa- 'I am Sll -l1gcnt for Bradford and Stir- ..
.. at a distance of fifty feet and in of
'* stew and she didn't mend his tetter salt rheum and eczema, Cham- pers frequency pub- .
-- sixteen inches of seasoned oak. ; berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is lication, and the freshness, rounding Counties for this Celebrated -
stockings as his mother used to without an equal. It relieves the itching
: and smarting almost instantly and accuracy and variety of its .
The New York World having Typewriter.Can't .
do. Ohl well she wan't perfect its continued use effects a permanentcure. contents. It has all the merits
remarked that "the readiness It also cures itch, barber's itch, .
but she tried to do her of $0 daily at the
a great priceof
of the south to fight for scald head, sore'nipples, itching piles, I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES ,
best, until at length fthe thoughtthe chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and a dollar weekly. Its political =

.;f: : the nation is worth' all that our time had coma to have a granulated lids. news is prompt, complete, SUB--AGENT.

preparations for war have cost, rest; so when one day he Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders for accurate and impartial as all its -- ;.
horses are the-best tonic. blood purifier readers will testify. It is .' b
and the Manufacturer's
vastly more, R ,,
',; '- growled and whined the whole vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by against the monopolies and for /

Record tartly rejoins: day through,. she turned him the people.It Life
Out in !
'This idiotic stuff is out of The Florida "War Depart Setting
up and fanned his pants-as prints the news of all ;the
date. It wasn't worth $50,* his i mother ment" in view of the large world, having special corre- I As well as in the thick of the battle, is "
used to do.I3ueklen'sArnica. iA a time when a man should be careful
000,000 or fifty cents to find number. of miscellaneous volunteers spondence from all importantnews ,;.- 'r about neat and correct dressl g. First '
points on the globe. It J 'J == : ._impressions are half the victory..who I"
out that 'the south is ready to Salvo. who have offered their : in fora
has better looking
a. chance,even
brilliant illustrations ==-
fight for the nation.' Everyman services (On official capacities) _,: situation,than the young man who .
The Best Salve in the world for
.'s"ue" :; "
stories by great authors, a capital :: r -- attire is an evidence of taste,thrift and
who has sense enough to Cats; Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt in the event of war, is said to humor page, complete mar- judgment? Young men'who wish to
I order their Suits and / ,,
v should
be outside of an insane asylum Eh Fever Sores Tetter be contemplating their r\ prosper
eum, Chap organization kets, departments for the household '" Overcoats front "

>i knew it. Tjie idiots who have pea Hands,jChilblains, Corns, and into a brigade of and women's work and M\ M.\ BORN & CO., I

< been talking bout the.'south's all!;Skin Eruptions, and positively brigadier-generals, each mem- other special departments of ,l w1 "r J |t The'Great Chicago Merchant Tailors, '" ti a

Jhpyalty] would, in the event of :cures Piles, or no pay required. ,,It ber to command the force in unusual interest. I ;1 lr Nom orer2o vn.at the food cftte Custom Trait. k

,_, war, continue to talk while thesouth is guaranteed to give perfect sal ,turn,', and all to furnish their We offer this unequaled .i ''i/lIll/1!!!Ji! All ages can be are suited.guaranteed.Style, fit. The and "Z
did thefighting-; isfactibn money refunded. Price own uniforms, arms and newspaper and TILE FLORIDA i ,. world's best looms supply the material. r=
O.A.S'X'On.XA. qui pments.Tallahasseean... SEMI-WEEKLY: ADVOCATE to- 1 Tile Best is always The Most EconomIcal. i/
25 box. ,-
en.p'er too iiw: SXLKB9 tmtxa oxsu rnox.CJLLLOX iI!
Bars ib the KlDd Yen Bars> Atop BogIdBlpah.rt t J r ;, I' ".-iIdfI' .. gether one year for $1.50 -. .
[ For sale at J. L. G&slin' I NootJac'o '.FJtt1 .. -
8 regular subscription :
,., Ccaran:3ed tbay 5ati) mak ..; .
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cure TES
wets J"JV. :eO
of ..... Score. 4"' "": >...- .; ; ,mf'-D Ovori Imo. 50;E>. AU arnbgists 1 price. of the two papers is$2.00. > .'- -

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;. fiv :? Thd DEPARTURES AND iRElJALS'OF DaUy 1)aUy 1 DaU )a1l ;NORT1nR: POINTS. DIa.lly Th il, Dall D
:. .. <3 to eighr ;per tjeht TRAINSSTARKEFLA. xSun 'XSU' ] : IJ .
::. ..*- prevailing disea se, *--generally CURE CONSTIPATION ir -.. ... oj .._.... 8 .-......SOOpLv..Jacksonville-.Ar; _...91 .. .Sit:> .554... ..,
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445P! 855a i4Op\Lv.\ Yulee..Ar. 83-1 ..... .
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:: called hog cholera+! ..1 8 p e.I' .-: ;:.... 520 .. .... 9301\ ...... 915PAr..Femaudina..Lv! .. sWa. ..., 730uL.: ..he. ''
...... ...... .. ....h'verett..Ar. .. 5)' ....... ..., IlSOaL ... <'%*
: : ceded'by; }hoarse rattluig n JOc 4 N 0. 1 O. daily. leaves 2:13 p. m., for allpoints ,..... 6401).0.. ... ._........10141,1 "' .....Brunswtck*.. ..L ....: ..._ ...... .1Io.10": .. .,.. ;'
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: ALL North and West. connecting at Jack- ... ... ......12a', ......Savannah----- .... .. Sttl..... ..
:: ...sumptlvQ-llko cQ gI 1iiZfoL.; 25c 50c( sonville with through,sleeper for New York'" ...... ..... 300p.1218 ........ .. ... ...... .. ...5 ;,.) .447k.,-liP. ..1..... .....
DRUGGISTSL.awtey Cincinnati and all intermediate points: ...... ..... 833 2 io Ar..1'alrfax.: 8. CO..Lv. .. 301-1a 5 th 2 ..... .....
4' : .lowed, by loss of appetit -- !83. NO. 14 leaves 5:12 a. In. daily for same ..... ..... 10001 2 021..a. Ma .. ...D nmark.S. C... .. ...%:;> 4C0( ia!1 ...... .....'
points named above. carrying through sleeper 4..... .... .... 933 ...... 6 a U ....AnlUSta.Oa.... ..... ... n.... i)2'\J1. ...... .;..;....
-apparent dizziness, weakness : Tampa and intermediate points to New York, ..../ .... ... 4101 ... 44Sa ,i ...Columbia.S. Co.. h .... -41a ...... ."> .. ... .._.....
-' t< connecting at Jacksonville with trains from 4. .... .. .. .H...... Spartanborg. S. C.. ..... ;) ... ..... ..-...........
.J and death. :rreJrr: :IJ:: SAFJ? Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and all points .n.'!-. ......u......... ...... 145p" .A.heVU\e. N. (.1... .. ..... :> ...... .....;
north and west, also with trams for west ..... .... .....820 .. ... : Ii ..("harlotte.N.c--. ..... ; .... ..
4 Last :year. Mr.\ Thomas .E. Florida, Pensacola Mobile. New Orleans Tex- 1... ..... .... ;..... 936 ...... :. .. ..SUsbury N. C..::'" ...... ....... ... ,. .
as. Mexico and California points. ...... .... ......IOU ...... l ".Greensboro N. C.. ..... ............
: Davis; of Antelope Valley, : N O. 13 leaves 11:59 p.,m. with connection ...... .... .....1200 ...... Sop ....DanVUle.-... .. ..iooo..t-'....... ...........
,.. Fla. from all points and divisions. Through sleeper. ........... ..... ........625p ....i1ciLmOud Va... ...... ) ..1... ......
1' Tulare county, lost 80 per cent I ,. t1fi from New York. ;..... ........... .15 ........ 340 ..J..yuchbnrg.. .. ...... : ........ .....
.. ... ... .. .... .. ..... .... .
: i N O 9 leaves 10:58a.m. with through sleep.- ; : S 350. l)30p Charlottesville 22'i1 ia;)a ... ..,.. "
of his hogs before he disiveri ei connections from all points north.. west and ,..... .... ......642 ....._. 925p t.VashIn on.... ..... :....... .....
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. all points the state. ... .... ... ..... ... 800 ........ p .. ......Batlmore.. ... ....._. ....... .....
u. ". ed a remedy. This, year, by For the best map of the state sleeper or .f..... .... ...... 1& ....... 2 SOn .". ....Pbiladelphla.... ... ........ isa.z .... .....
*.i ,. ..... '.< other information call on or write toD.GREE.'Il ....... .............10 43 ........ 6230. .. ......New york... .. .. ...........7 .............. .
.. iI''. the use of the remedy whenever fi. ,Agent.Starke.na.. ...... ... .... ........ 3tx.1p .......Ho\ton.. .. ... ....... ..............
t >< the premonition of coughing Finest Turnouts in the City N, S. Pennington. T.:M. : > I I Nos.I a SOUTH AND w&. }lO .. : .. A.O. MacDonell G. P. A. CINCiNNATI-JACKSONVILLE. 18&; 13 ? FLORIDA ANI Inw 7&: 1-1 !5 t to
appeared ?in his herd of ; r Jacksonville Fla. Macon: Atlanta Da.1ly ORtW.s: DaUy 7

over 200, he has not lost one brnnuners' Teams on Short Notice. Draying a Specialty :i. 8. Toledo cinnatL Chattanooga., Detroit.Chtca Cin-o. t:5:.. ,. .;.:.-.:.. 7ZiSa 9J.Lv.: Ly..Fernandhia..Ar..5Op. (;aLahan..Ar..05p ___

hog while all around him Cleveland : 0 0 9 40p 9 25a Lv Jacksonvu.e..Ar 731Ja 3 SSp
"" The A. S R. & G. R. R. Z Z villeand'StLouls;. Z Z 10:35p, 9 55a Ar.. ....Baldwin ....Lv.. 6 45a 3l0p
there has been a large percentage Pronapt attention given to all orders. liS9pIllOa ... ... .Starke... ..... &1.i 210p
I 233all-10a .. ... Waldo.. 4353 15c
of death. --- __ _,=_ _ iTa TipLv..Jaeksouvilie..Ar.. 8""a930p1 .. ".11215p :....GaInesville. .... .... % !lp
--- ------ 1029a 10 14p.Ar..E\.erett. .Lv. 6 30a1 6:!O Pt !HOp ". ...Cedo.r Iey.." .. .. .. 8 301
The remedy is this Dis- Departure and Arrival of Trains. 44l14 300' :: ......Macon. .. ... :: l1Qa 8 a I'iIZ35a, : "...llawthorne .. ... 34.6a. 1235k.
: 1lie Coming Tegt Ships. Discovered by Woman 74:> 520a ......Atlanta.... ; 5 a .
a ::04a 109p ....Citra....... 30-la 1207p.l9zoa
solve a pound of American "" fc ...... 530aLv..Atlanta..Ar..040p... irea ... .. l-1Sp ::..SUverSprius..:: .. .. .. ......
? can .. .. .. .. ...Lv. .. ..
Mr. Maxim is perhaps the Another great discovery has been chattanoog... .. 615pj10009 ooa 2 OSp ....... Ocall1.. ... 20511. 1123a
concentrated lye in three ..... J730i ...Cil1cinn -1001 S05p .....\vildwd...." 125trol.IOr. 3o531a
"'- greatest: living "expert as to made" and that too, by a lady. iIthis" STARKE FLORIDA. 3381: ."..... Leesburg....". 1105p 95:30
ASHEVIlLE ROUTE. .... ..... ..
of water (hot water "" IS-a" O-Ip .TI1V'are:; IOOO g26:
quarts NO- 1 dally leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. ..
fighting machines of every country. "Disease fastenedits .Bnnkley and intermediate points. This train OIOa 5 SOp..Or1and.. .... ... 7 lOp 8 ou.L'ullman ...
will dissolve it quicker) Jacksonville, Cin 'P Zpclnn'ttiandChlcago \Vlnterl"ark .. .3M(, 7Z5
put connects with the G. S< & F. at Sampson Sleeper-between
f description. In the London clutches upon her and for seven Junction for PaUtka Macon and.Intermediate. 509a. 35ip .1.. St. Catherine.." : ;, a.
two and one half gallons of 5333 4l7p "....Lacoochee..."' I050U. t11.P. \

wheat or barley in a coal oil Daily Mail he expresses the yeats she withstood its peverest points._ NO. 3 Saturdays_ and Sundays.? !; only. Leaves<<. _ _. _ _ _ _ d !a.:'Jp!> :--:..........I'lan1.'ny._ t! '!!!..w. .:--: 1. I>lr.IWpmLv..Jacksonville. : t !. rOloam ;" .
opinion that the coming war tests, but her vital organs were "5:30: p. m. for, Lacrosse lirmiuy ana intermediate ; ...... Ar t WiAl 620p ". ....'rnmpa ..... I .3JI.\ '1tx.a...
connecting at Sampson Junction.
and the with .1 13 mIL .. .. ... .. 5COam
can add lye, wl1 be' a great test for modern undermined and death seems for Palatka. Macon and Intermediate points. 4 15am.Ar. .. .,. .-:.Columbia ::::: I..v 12 4'iam ONLY Tl1ROCGtI PULUtAN SLEEPER
: NO5. second class. Leaves Starke 4lW: a.m- 1123amAI.! .... .. Spartanburg... ....Lv 531rpm 1'TWEE.'l JACKSONVlJ..LEANO
enough water; to cover the wfeapons and inventions and imminent. For three months she : for LaCrosse Brinldey and intermediate 12 45pmIAr.. .. ,HendersonvUle. .....Lv 300pm NEW ORLEANS
points. This train is daily except Sunday. .. .. ..
1 pmAr..AshvlUe
grain; add. a big handful of adds coughed incessantly, and could NO- 2- arrives at Starke 12lo p. m. dally. 3 ?pmAr..llot Spring:>:.. .... .L.I1. :lm o No. ::' Wl-'tERNDIVISIOY:!

.. salt. Let it stand a day, when : not ..sleep. She finally discovereda days NO 4.and arrives Sundays at Starke only. at 9:3J: p. m. Satur. 7?2pm Ar.... ....Knoxville.... .. .. .L..., 8 2m Daily!Dally I A DNEWonLEAY /INO.IL:

I believe it will the 4SSamAr..Lexington..Lv 1015pm
the will be doubled in prove way to recovery, by purchasingof NO6. second class arrives at Starke. 5:30: p. .-' ..uam.tr...... ...Cincinnati.. ....Lt 730pro I\ 25a ;.. Jackson\"Ula.. Ar I 75<'p!.....n....

grain monitor type superior to battleships New m.. Daily except Sunday. '-830amLv..Umeinuan . ..Ar 600pm 101125a Ar..Lakeclty..Lv., ... ... ...
of Dr. ..
bottle King's I .
us a i' .L1ve Oak !
volume and will have absorbed GEO. TOMPSETT. Gen. Supt. 5 45piu ...... .... .......... 900am 1235P\1213P. \ .. ".. ...."..."d''n.. .... "_ '......
and that this type Discovery for Consumption, and Starke Fla. Big Four. oJIDa 235p II....Montlceuo..... 300'.......
the Put two ARTHUR MEIQS. Gen. Mgr. ... ... ... ....
liqutd. relieved 83OamLv..Cincinnati.: Ar 635pm 600a 331)p '. TaUaha. ee. 213pi..
isin: fact the, best fighting ma- was so much on taking Jacksonville, Fla. GOopintAr..Chicago....... Lv 83lhlIL 8511":! 30p ".... ...Quincy. ...... I 10:;>>,......
pounds of sulphur the feed first dose, that she slept all-night ; I Monln Route .II 41111 5l5p ..rover Junction." t24o900amLv ,>'......
chine yet'produced.. ... ..... .Uineinnau ...... ..Ar 600pm .. ... noop ......Pensl ola. .... ......
trough and add the soaked shall and with two bottles, has been absolutely GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. .... ...... ........ .. ...... 305a. "......Moblle..... .... 20:1: ..... ...
Feed to hundred If this expert opinion cured. Her name is Mrs. Pennsylvania $ ...... 14031 "..New Orlean .. 745>.>,..... .

grain. the a dose b borne out in practical fighting Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. TIME CARD NO. 25. KANSAS CITY, JACKSONVILLE: ST. LOUIS WUISVLA.E1 JACKSCiNo. -

hogs. Repeat as experience, what a C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. ,... In effect on and after Nov. 7. .36 No. 33 _ _VILLE._ _ _
__ _ _ .
often as the coughing SOOpmLv..Jackso.iviie...... S
appears. mint of money will be shown C. Trial bottles free at J. L. Gas- No. 1.No.3." No. 2 No. 4 .....Jacksonville. .. ... Ar. 855am .... ...... -: .... .. ... 6Jtlr.m: :l.f'.1800pmLv.
Mr. Davis has used this remedy kins' Drug Store. Regular size Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. 10 Hpm .. ........ .Everett.. .... ....Lv. 630am 300am t. .. .........Macon... ........ to loam
tci have been wasted! Sunday. Sunday. 530am ..........Atlanta....... .. .. t05.pm 520am .. .... ..AUanta. .:...... tt)55pnll14."Jam
as often as three times a 50c. and $1.00. Every bottle Lv. am. Lv. pm. Ar. am Ar. pm. Ar... ....Blrmin ham. . .. 4 15pm 9 5\pm; .... ....Chattanooga.... .. 6.12pm
And this may happen. The 720 300t..Galnesvilie.- 700 9 3Opm ... ,.. ..Memphis. .... .. 630am 5 OO"pm ........Lexington .... .... 10.Uilll1000am
week, when the coughing guaranteoJ. 727 3 10 f....Minnie Hill.. 1058 653 ..... ...Sprindlei6l5pm.. 730pm ". ... .....LouL.viUc......... 14'lu\
modern battle-ship is purely 730 31t..Cannoa'szing.:' 1055 650 5 3Spm: ...... ..K..nsasCity. ...... .1040a 712am ......._.St.t-Quis,......... 01)11&1;
showed itself, and has met 735 320 t. .Rocky Point.. 1050 645 '
an experiment. No ship of A new explosive shell, the 750 33:> t..... WacahOOta. 1040 630 *Nos. 31, 33, 3j and 37 make connection for Brunswick arriving Ufunswick !12:10( noon, I)
: with 110 loss. He has used at 800 Ii 5 t...FlewelleM .... 1030 620 a.mOl 8:00 a. m. and 7:50 p.m. respectively
that type ]has ever yet been invention of GeorgeV.. Mc 805 350t.....Clyatt's ...1025 615 SLEEPING CAR SEU'.ICE.
times three pounds of the lye tested in action for the i 810 35.> .... .Kirkwood.. 10 10 610() Nos. 35 and 35 Fast Mail Sleepers: between New York and Jacksonville and the Cincinnati -
:Millan, a Chicagoan, ,, being 815 400 t.... Elmore. .... 1005 605 Sleeper via Asheville. i .
to fiVe gallons of water. The 817 405 .....Tacoma .... 1000 600 .
between Chinese and No* 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
tested at the Twentyninthstreet ... .....
820 4101. Taylor's. 95i! 555 with 8 and 13 and 5-and 10 with Tollman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .

other hog raisers have tried Japanese ships were by no works of the Carnegie,. 825 1:1: 3.; t.Micanopy.425f..Tuscawifla.....". 940 950 543 5 SO No.33.: 36 .carries the Cincinnati: and Florida! Limited. This is brought lo Jacksonvine; by

the same remedyr with like re nieans adequate. The ships Steel Co., at Chicago, and the 837 842: 430t.Lake 435t..llickman.Simonton.. .. 930 935 535 540 Close connections at Cincinnati. St. Louis and Kansas City for all poists. West and South.
Nos. 1 and 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Orleans Sleeper.
suIts. One would .... ...
\ suppose engaged were not of the latest results} determine the 847 4401 Southside..... 925 530 tDaily except Sunday. *Daily except Saturday and Sunday. |IThL train does not run
852 920. 525
may 445t..Dungarvan Monday. Sunday and Monday Connections at for ,
only. Tampa St. Petersburg! Manatee
that would .....
such strong lye kind and the Chinese side with 902 500t..Irvine. 910 515 River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee', for all points on M: nate.,
relish : duration of an encounter .... ;... ..Fort: Drane." .. .. ...? .... river. At Starke for Latro: !>Se. At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connects at Tall eaM..ee
'iI-!produce death, but hogs they were not handled with men-of-war. It is Ar.am. Arpm. .' Lv.am.Lv.pm for Carr lbclte. St. Marks, and Apalachacola. Connects at River Junction for ChattflLooche
9. Spanish t.-te1egraphstatiqns, ,- % 7 River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Ilomosassa. Connects at Fernandina: for Cumber
\ the hot stuff, and'they squeal the skill and discretion of claimed that are of a more f.-flag statIon ', *. land Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick
: they J. F. BUNCH Gen. Pass. Agent. AU baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
and bunch .
i 0 run for water or American or....European nature to the V. J. IIERLONG., Gen.*Man. jfc office, 202 Hogan Street. as well as at the Union Depot; ticket office.
.. their- snounts the- dirt-- -but .. dangerous ----- H. \V. (LMPBELL. Pas ener Anent_ .T... ""R. I.\RSrIAT.T... _
in -- -- -- -------1
.. ficers. enemy than any othe projectile .Ticket Agent 202'West BySt.'eorner Hogan Jacksonville! FIn.

comeback to the trough again The cruiser of course has a in the department. ASK WALTER CfcCOLEMAN: General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville.

until it is all cleaned navy '. A. O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
up. of her distinct FOR -:
4. purpose own quite Within the next week they

I have witnessed the feeding from that of the yet un- will be forwarded to SandyHook's TICKETS

of this remedy, and believe in !
battleship.As testing grounds, Southern .
': its efficacy.-S. G. Nye in for torpedo-boats, Mr. they will be put through the VIA '

Fort Worth Gazette. Maxim is convinced that theyare government's most rigid ex
# unfit for any sort of distant amination. rk.. ": : .;
: The commander of the

>ii' "'. Spanish fleet at Cadiz knelt operation, and at sea Bennty la Blood Deep. ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

\would "be at the mercy of a Clean blood means a clean skin. No -.-
.l -with his men before the cross cruiser like the Columbiaor beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic J Jaknvili
and prayed to God that victory clean :your blood and keep it clean, by TUBOTJGH
the Brooklyn. stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities > -. ROROUQRF ARE COACHES, VESTIBULE TBAIXI3.r.
might be given his country .. from the body. Begin to-day to -;
.r' Should Spain really bring banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, t
; It in its war for the reten- action and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
her into '
warships we Cascarct-beauty! for ten cents. All drug AND NORTH EAST AND WEST.
tion of the island in the Western
; shall at least learn from con- gists, satisfaction guaranteed lOc,25e,50c. ,

';' seas from which the THE
flict what sort of to
United States has resolved in ships An English newspaper, in TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST.

_ .
t build hereafter for the national an article on the Siamese

: humanity's name to expel her. defense.-. Y. World. the Washington and Southwestern Limited
: one respect
army, says
All doubtless reach J J1T1&K1VL
prayers the Siamese is superiorto And the United States: Fast Mail.02L7 .
the throne of grace in time, $100 Reward $100. army
other and that is in
J but some are likely to rise The loaders of this paper will be every 21 HOUB8 JACKSONVILLE TO VA3HHmTOIT. jjf.
its elebhant .
"" ', faster than others. For in- pleased to learn that there is at corps. The ONLY 27 HOURS JAOZ30HYILLE TO HEW YO!:=.
hundred of these animals,
stance, it is reasonable to believe l least one.dreaded. disease that Jacksonville
which are stronger, though Bolld VtstHnUad Trains compvwad of Later Imprortd Pylbnan STevpta Car and Hotel DA
that in heaven's sight a science has been able to cure in all log Cora through without clung (o Wa lltI1.'Ba.tlzafr..
of India
starving Cuban woman with i its; stages, and that is catarrh. smaller, than those Tampa and : i Philadelphia, New York and the E u i.

her murdered- child in her Hall's Catarrh Care. is the only are organized into a special Key WestRailway .. -4 -itA'

wasted and raising a known to the medi-
arms, positive cure :
ed Anglo-Indian officer, and 5, i JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. '
feeble for is a more Catarrh being a --
cry succor, cal fraternity. '", t .
_' _' .L'_ __ ___it their heads, trunks and other A North : 1 i (
moving specuium wan a wcu- constitutional disease, requires a : -"': Through Sleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to,
vulnerable are l
fed Admiral in full constitutional treatment. Hall's parts protected and'J.-J
Spanish india rubber f Cincinnati, via Asheville! Through th9
ho be Catarrh Cure is taken .internally, against bullets by South Line ; ; .
uniform even though on : : I
the blood and armor." : ,..... of' 1 LAND OP THE SKY." .

.,' his knees.-New York Journal. acting directly surfaces upon of thp system, Through / '/:,::::. < t

mucus Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Awaj. ,, Tor doHnadlxfonafttlsn M to n**i, KbadnlM ileeplos oar ruarnMoos. eto.. apcbr M
"' : thereby destroying the foundationof the -',,' &&7 ag ut of tin bocnuaur Eux.w.r. or It. ooxn.ctlon& .-.
): !fl:' To quit tobacco easily and forever be magaetlc. '
the disease, and giving the patient lull of life;nerve and vigor, take No-To- >
;; : :? Boys, the new school ma'amis strength by buildmg up the Dae the wonder-worker that makes freak men HEART : L. A. BHIPHAK ?*orid4 Past. Agt, 212 West Bay Street JacksonT111e.'F1A.

She is hot naturein strong. All druggists fiDe or 11. Cure guaran J. M. CULP. W. A. TTTEK 8. EL H1BDWI05
\ 4 right. really constitution and assisting teed. Booklet and sample tree. Address ,
,, S work. The Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York 1'r&mo Manager. PaitgL, Axst.Oeo.Pa* Art.,
its proprietors '
stuff; the pride of the town, doing of f : T Wub1A"'A.U. 0. Washington.: D. a AUuiia,Oft.

and' have so much faith in its curative May 2, 1897 :..
: the.star.of invention, a If the United States take } ...
5 -
; powers, that they offer One --- _ __: .
...:.:.. ,L: jewel brilliancy. The other Hundred Dollars for any case that Cuba and Porto Rica as in- FLORIDA.Write .-s- 4 SS a S s U S U s S $ S S a S S $ a S aS SS

<.: :.... day she drew a picture of an it fails to cure. Send for list of Uenmity to pay for the war, -; THE POMONA NURSERIES

.'- ;:. ', iceberg on the blackboard, testimonials., Address as is probable, and sells the the General Passenger nEw CATA1898 I

", .,. \ .: and it was so natural that the F.:J'. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. Phillipines to Japan, she. Agent for information. .
: '. ;:" ,\ ?;:. thermometer froze :up solid. J Sold by Family druggists Pills, 75 are cts.Hall's the. best. should annex the Canary W. B. COPIK Gen'l Supt. i iOn

"." ':: :' I. Half the children caught severe : :, Islands also, partly for a valuable G. D. ACKERLY, Gea'I! Pass. !gt. s.wmroe party write: ptnsc a lottowot HSId'lite Oftr a cop iSof of caUMc ,..earnJ

: I _ 2r.r.ery Gr-lo***- I tad a c pr, but
::.-..:,;:; -f":, colds before she, with rare naval station, and part- JACKSONVILLE. ..t !taIPc IcMBed it. I fiad so staatMe / 1aLrestlag;:
""" "I; .
ia it that I d mot wiab to be witlicuteojy : a
,:; ':: ;: presence of mind, drew a fireplace CASTOR, ly because they contain one ,"
the black- _ ('I' Oar aew 189! CcUlozue wOT evfttsfa aH tbc
of the mountains in,
; : on For Infants and Children. grandest
::1 4 r nod, ftt.rta o*UM t9f cteroetUf<***111'JMW'

,: hoard and thawed things:: out., :The Kind You Have Always Bought t the world, thought to be a MEDICAL a7bkVIew.ottj PaOy ni, .V t>.Xe4.Oer w1h a .loll maRY lljie acw rf

: ; :':f -:;: r #' .' < _ -_ ._- t .!Tnescacl Sbmba a4*ple4A
(. ., Times.The Atlantis
,, relic of the lost continent -
:. -- t 1 8$ot P4atU.CatM tae Pm !
; 1 Bears the the peak of Tenerifiee, m $ :f11: j; GRIFfING BROS. CO., .
: fte1n.It. M.mPr.dlbb.
; president has! sent this I Signature ofAnthropologists rising sheer from the sea to a __Puck far_ SMtbcrv Pfantte?. .roXc J.IVZSWU. KACC1MHIT! ItA...

,- ... 0- __ nomination to the senate' : height oL 13,000 feet. In JUT TRIAl \\ j\\ I -- a. -- - -p -_ r" pps.p.a.JOB rWE'KAYE "--- .

: Charles Emory Smith,: of have ascer- clear weather this mountain 1 HO ACENTG

.-. '::'. .. ,Pennsylvania, to be postmas: ;tamed that the Andaman be hundred miles To Any Reliable Man. PRINTING- ., but ihip troia onr fae-vy "*.
seen -
can Marvelous uppTluiea and coa month'i remedies wholesale J."*'s. toolp & -
: ter-general vice James A. :islanders, the smallest race of of rare power will be *nt on trial wukout any i'M ,.!lent lor <_xwaII.Z1Iot\: : y. '
jj :, :',. : away. advance payment br the foremost compny In tb. Bring it to THE ADVOCATE office .. p \f"1luot .
',I ;:. ;:.1 The senate: 'people in the world, 'average _ world in the treatment ot uieu jreok.broken dLs.eoniu.d .. G6! ; IfJ) r..r;ZJ ,
< r :: Gary resigned. ,.
:. ; from .ect.: of ezce ae* worry. over- WE CAN DO IT f fr Ca.-214"s. J IfI4L r

., t. \ .< promptly confirmed the nom-less than four feet in height, O.4.STOB..A.II HAil/Jn1.>.BoJt.II : work Ac.or nappy d.r,.Upnent manlifr0 of tecnred.all robust complete conditions.restoration AS YOU WANT IT. lihroeT.-: ">;"4C-.c., nr15g.3rr -..
; "' 13.he The thee Of IbIs offer U limited. No c. O. DeaoEhRmE.'M WHENYOUWANTITtTRYUS\ _
:: : ination. \fr Gary resigned; one while few of them weigh. more s &tur'I I 11114-7 exo.vr.4MAOARAST.Addre ., .,".iJl' c:'41n t'" t'.l..
,....'. account of .ill-health. thnn 75 pounds.: : *. I i t... EdD-ICPrLDCnO M C\JPPA1.0.rLY! J j jyf. i ...".'. .:;.ff' <', .I L 1&" '33.__ ..:....!"; ; L# 'u.rt.k-'
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NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS. Mack, and Swacltnrd meet. PERSONAL.NOTES. Mr. Paul Canova returned yesterday ;;. '-T. ,- 1.. :: "' ;" "''' --.
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\. The city market the from--a business triple: Jackson* r! : .. ... .
.' meat; was MHJ'Lovell was In the cltI.Tu ada} A'.,-' ?: "PI'1"-' '0: f" : s a;.. ".,'-.",'

YT' scene of- an,exciting fight last Wednesday Mr. 8.. Harper, of Boston, was in vile.Mr. *
T\' GATHERED CITYANDNEIGH'' afternoon. The principals the ci'y' Monday. T; B. Hodges' proprietor,the 1Jd 'GsH: B0YERS: 'J': : .
BORHOOD. ADVOCATK, malh!e a business trip to .
were Dunce Mack, of this city,and Dr. E. A. Todd, of Law ley was in Bronpu J Tuesday. s k r

HEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT 4 PECULIAR Sam' Swackard, of Jacksonville, h.. city Tuesday.Our I '" ... i '
: I Mr. Lemuel Sapp, Lawtey's popular are'closing otatxrarentire
both colored. Swackard, 'wa. in the local reporter made a business livery ttable man, was in Brad- .... ...,. stock f. .. ,
Weather Forecast 0 < ;j.t! \ -
market trading when Mack came trip to LawteyTuesdny. f"rd' metropolis yesterday.
Fair to-night and" Friday., in and spoke to him Swackard Mr. A: L. Sears,' of XeW York, was Mr. A. F..Stokes, a prominent business -

,_, refused to speak. This angered on our streets yel terday. man of Baltimore, Md., was in Dry',Gocfds Clothing;Shoesj-.Etc; ;

Old paper for sale at this office.. Mack and he said: "You think Capt. R. C. Heiberger made a bust-lne the city on business yesterday. ,
Blank mortgages. for sale at this you are too good to"speak' to me, ..s trip to I.awtey'fu,'sday. Rev. G. T. Leitner returned home qr*< In fact everything have in ,

office. do) you?" By this tune.Swackard Mr. W. E. Davie made a business! Tuesday. Rev. Leitner attended the stock, and we will sell goods
trip to Brooklyn Wednesday. tent meetings here.Sunday and Mon- *-
hap, jumped back and reached for .
The day.
Tramp Tramp Tramp hia masked battery, but before he Mr. F. R. Morgan made a business

boys are marching. hajl+!l time to draw Mack had closed trip to 1.aCrose Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. Wi'ey' who has, been spending 4'At Prices Thai Will Surprise Our People
r a few day with her sister, Mrs.Bteinecker .
Are we correct when we ray we his eye by a well directed blow Edward Dozier.. from the Capi- returned to Jacksonville \

bear wedding bells? from the shoulder. After this l hothm tal Cit\, was in town Moudny. yesterday.., A visit to our store will convince -

Mr. F. D Witkovskl made business that we mean just
n clinched and fought until a you t.Il.! .
This section was blessed with A Mr. B. F. Hudson, representingthe I ,,- '
trip to Hampton Tuesday. i what we say. Respectfully, 0
heavy rain Tuesday night they 1 reached the side walk. firm of F. E. Block,.of Atlanta I II I '
Swackard seemed to receive most Mr. Win. Dilaberry. of .Mlddleburg, was talking business to our merchants i

The A., S. R. & G. R'y is daily of the punishment. Finally the ,is visiting relative in the city. here yesterday. I I I N. W: HACKETT ("'

hauling phosphate over its line. marshal stepped the proceedings I Mrs. Strong, of Kiugs'ey! Lake, was Mr. A. Suliv:+n and wife,of Theresa, ,

fr A large shipment of turtle and broke up the fight that was shopping in Starke Yt'It rday. were in the city yesterday. Mr. Starve: :3Tla
Sulivan the aroundTherea ,
Mr. E. H. Mulder made business reports crops
the to be a
passed through city yester beginning interesting. .
t in I condition.
trip to Saml gOO City yesterday.: goo ,
day.The Following is an article copied Mr. Master! Joe Young made a pleasure ,441, :,.a. w, EF.:,,:-:,pi.'''''''',KMN., iq._},-.4, ',rAt" ,). +,-Sxrt.y, ,e.a-,A_:.i's,.1_Lyg,-, rW, ,--=,=,,:, '
R<>man Alvarez made' a business -- -- -- -- -
4 F. C. & P. R'y. i is haring from Wednesday's Times-Union I trip Hampton yesterday. trip to Tampa last L Sunday. Joe went

the trash cleaned out from under and Citizen announcing the marriage ofWiinilujto'n over to Tampa Heights and Sthe
Y. Stratum, ,
4' the warf. of one of Starke's most chaining N. ('., was in the city ye-terday. United Hates troops imped) there.Mr. DeclareciL.e..i" '

ladies to Mr F. W. Sher : Clias. Fugazzi, the wide-a\\ake War Ec
Blank turpentine land leases forsale young Mrs. 1 1A.: Todd, of Lawtey, was strawb rry man returned to his homein
man of Jacksonville: The quietmarria shopping in the
city Wednesday.
this office. If
at you want Cincinnati Tuedhy. Mr. Fugazziis -ir.
any come and see us. e of.F.; W. Sherman to Sheriff S. B. Denmark made a business i- well liked by. the growers of thistle'ction __ Not by the Government, but : '

Miss Ethelind Richard of Starkewas trip to Jacksonville yesterday. the people should be more interested '

Saturday our streets were crowded a surprise last night to the Deputy Sheriff Tyson made a bust Mrs. A. S'elnecker left yesterdayfor in the war . .

.. all day long and the merchants I friends of the bridal couple, and nes- trip to Jacksonville yesforilay.Col. J.cklmnville'here* she! will spend '

did a rushing business. was unlooked for by all except thebride's C. I.. Peek returned Wednesday a few weks with her moiher before t ON PRICES; ::

The Military Company attended intimate friends and theparenti ; from H business trip to LaCrosse going husband.to Pennsylvania to join her G

the tent meeting Monday night i ia in of tIle young people inter MIP. Capr. Burrin, of Lawtey, was which has been declared at .
Mr. Joe Lovett, the
body. The boys looked fine ested. Mr. Sherman is a popular visiting friendin ilie city We.hrs popular commUslnu the store
: man, l left Tuesday for Tennessee -
The T. & T. Refrigerator Express young man of the city, a memberof day. where he will hurtle for his ofHODGES3.

Car has returned and will! the Jacksonville Light Infantry, Mrs. Blitch. wife Senator Blitch, firm until the season sinless there. U. W. .
and the tra'elingfafesman for the of Pheonix, la:: visiting relatives in tin' If nothing happensJoe will show up .:
not be used again until next season. ,
Florida Hardware Company. Mil;:a iity.Mr. ,r. in Starke next Spring. .

Cabbage, beans, etc., are fat Richard is fnun Starke. The ceremony I). J. McLeod has returnee Mr. J L. Robinson the genial representative to Who make says roomlie everything for new must goods.go a-- '
from a visit to Parrott, Ga. Dee is .111 t
taking the place of the departed was performed by the Rev. of the Equitable Loan &; I is undoubtedly
smiles. Security Compam( of Atlanta, is in .
strawberry the
.. markets uf our J. J, Parsons of the Fir,>t Baptist the ]Ir. Rot.iuson here t
city. Mr. J. B. Geiger, one of Crawford'.* city. wa a The Leader of Low Prices. '
Church, at his home, at 8 o'clock progressive:! young men, was in town few weeks ago R.1Il1l11pd many friends

Mr. S. M. Alvarez it havin; Mrs. Richard, mother of the bride, Monday. who are glad 10 see him. again.. #
send for when
brick hauled for his new residence was present. W 'P. Eller stood Mrs. E. U. Hil! and Mrs. Emmcr- Mrs. Jacob Johns returucl) to her Why they can away he bought goods just as '

\ which will'be erected in Alvarez up"Kvith the couple. sot, of Lawtey, were shopping here home in Portland, Me.,* Monday. cheap at home.
Wednesday. Mrs. Johns has ben visiting) her s addition. The ,tent meetings are well a t- Mr. M. L Johns in this city /fur thepast JUST THINK OF ITs>- ''h
'" tended. crowds hear :Mr. J. M. Tharin, a knight of tin ..
Our winter visitors enjoy a Large go to rear She was accompanied afar "
game of tennis almost ReLce's interesting and i inEmotive grip from Montgomery, Ala., was in i as Jacksonville! by Mrd. 'M. L. Fry GoodsCIothin- Hats,Shoes,Trnni s and Valise, ; I'Undertnkero1'
every eve town Monday. Johns Goods, Bui.'der's: Materials"" Shelf .. I
fting on tho court at the foot oi f .sermons every night and '1"- .
'. M.r..ll-":A.Turner, one of LaCros 's Hardware, Farming Tools, Harness, SaddiprJ- and : A
Call Street. to say that he is catching theii* v i*.1 l romiueiit' business men, was in the Mr. F. .K. Morgan was out at Bridles, Furnilure, Stoves, Sash. Doors) Blinds, .. /I, r

The Bradford County Guards ners is a mild er expression. .k.On clt}' yesterday. LaCrosse Wednesday. Mr. Mor Paints, 1Jl Oils,"'ALL GOING CHEAP. #' \ r
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are enlisting--to- "new" men ill their Sunday .morning service wil4bt Mt;;:. ','nnant and) daughter Emma, gan says that several of LaCrosse's, "'

ranks. About fifteen or twenty hcl "a.t all the churches/ and Sun.dal and Miss Etta Barnes:: returned t<) young men expressed a desire to i Fresh Stock of Grocfll1iesConstantly on Hani'I _

have lately joined. afternoon at 3 o'clock a meeting Wulrto<< ye-terday.Mr. join the Starke Military Company ; I
will he held at the tent. SELL FOR SPOT CASH; nt'c3.ah prices and m' .
About barrels E. S. Dukes, the hustling rep- Among them was Dr. II. A. Clyatt, v :
twenty-five of fine defy
Everybody should g.l.' and hear reaeut.-itive of C. 15. Rogers, ti\as i In iv prominent physician of that competition. --Q",
Irish potatoes were shipped from this grand Servant of God. the city yesterday.Mr. place. :r \i\I. :aODGe:1S.: :
this city by the Fruit Growers 1'
W. B. Hainstforlh, who lives .
Association Wednesday. From the Oil City, Pa., Derrick, Mr Joe Starler .
near LaCrosse, wan in the city on Monday, as a Truby Sternberg &; Co.'s old stand

The Guards received fourteen" a copy of which was kindly sent to business Wedne811:,y. prominent farm 'r who lives ifi the ---.
this office by M rs. ;E Strong
new guns and a lot of amnnition, see, that Mr. J. ''A. Steinecker's, we Mr. E. V. Fogg, a pro-perou- farmer Water Oak section was coming totwn IO", ''''''......"" .g....;.e"--"" .......-,++", ,', #Iii',.,. ."." .-" .,.,."", .):.t
etc., yesterday. The boys will who lives near Ward City, was on his mule ran away demolishing "v 1

soon be in fighting trim. death, mention of which was madein our streets yesterday.Mr. his cart and sprainging his 1 log. \f! THE C. B. ROGERS CO.,1.

these columns last week, was Q"o.- Thomas, who has been The accident happened near: the ..
Dr. E. A. Todd lays that the caused by a runaway accident The sick for the past: few days, is able to Malcolm church. \\t 1 IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS 1bla

young men of Lawtey and surrounding Derrick speaks of Mr. Steineckeas be on .the streets again. -.-! Tac=. o.rvo:: ::=: T. A .. i

organizing country a home guard.are thinking of worthy citizen and says the entire Mr. Getson, proprietor of tho Get- who Mr.runs D.a T.tie Rivers camp near, of Sampson this city, 1 Provisions, Grain, Hay, Hour, Grits, Meal I, Etc. .

section will mourn his nntimely HOU turpentine still at LaCrosse, was i Of
SOLE AGENTS: FORFairbanfc Our business confined to the -
he had fun with
City, saute i
in the says
death. city Wednesday.Mr.
There will be f l
a grand May Day Co. Lion Brand trade only. Orders from con- W
his men Monday. He told them :Canning>
excursion run to Burnett's Lake Mr. Lee Hoffman the A. M. Ackeunan, bookkeeperfor {t i 0 Burners neither: solicited nor de- 6\ ;
over the A., S. R. & G. R'y. from clerk of the \V. B. Company the Atlantic Lumber Company, there were 7,000 Spaniards comingthat \ Canned teats v sired. t'i
Haynes in

.. this city next Wednesday.The has on exhibition at that was Mr. L.town Dyal yesterday., 'f Waldo, was in the so that way.several This of frightened them left them the | Quotations Made Promptly On Applicatioll.e |

colored people will run a store, a 6 foot The
rattlesnake. city Monday. Mr. Dyal came to camp. .
up .. .'Q. 6r.(.SID Ql.4d..y !ii .4 + 'Isg. ......;(_ P.c.:::: .c:...... :..:: :""
attend the ) .C--.t; : ,
big excursion to Burnett's Lake tent meeting.Mr. ** *tiJ.**> *> IfJ'I.-> ; '**> +'-o. "' **
reptile was captured by Theo SaBx
We have. just received the news 1
next Thursday. The Highland Piiikston on New River. The McCulIy, onn of I.awtt"y'tprominent that Kev. B. R. Mosley, who was t
band will furnish music for the snake is merchants, was in Star le -
.' occasion. a dangerous looking customer on business 11'ednes tay. a resident of Starke five or six WILLIAM TYSON. ti
s and hakes iU rattles every
time one the window. Mr. Alford May, a wide-awakt* years ago had married bliss Minnie i
Messrs. Hodges and Sweat, our any passes traveling man from Cincinnati, was Bartley of. Putnam county. We LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES

lumber dealers, are continually receiving We nqtice in the columns of the in the city on business Monday. wish the couple'a long and happylife. I,

lumber by the car load. Lake Butler Bulletin that the Mr. Edward Middleton, our popular 1
/This shows that Starke is building famous Worthington Springs are livery stable man. made a business i- >> STARKE, FLA.-. +t "

...\" *' np right along. open for the season. The springsare trip to Hampton yesterday.Miss Quite, a party of prominent people ,
I Ethlind Richard, one of 'from this city spent yesterday
Now easily reached from this
.., that the strawberry season city Starke'a winsome young ladies, I is at Kingsley Lake. We were ratable t. -I I Me a Specially of Copying? tocllug, Men to Points In the Con try.....
is closing our farmers should direct by the A., S. R & G. R'y. and visiting' relatives in Jacksonville.
have been a place of recreation for to get the names of those who ...
; their attention to raising to.iacco. Capt. Edwards. of Iawtey, was i in
our people fur many years. composed the party but we heard SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.:
...& Tobacco, if properly cared the city Tuesday. The Captain p id
'.'for: will be a paying crop. Mr. Hoffman has received a I rue. ADVOCATE: office a pleasant: visa t. that they had<<1 a delightful: l time. -..

A double team ran into a farm challenge, from a gentleman at the I (. _':t".A.t3--:;:" > :.ec 0 ,

er's buggy on the outskirts of lumber camps who wants to fight a Alladin Oil 1 ftX R. W. DIXON & SON >>3 -

Starke Tuesday and mashed things king snake against his rattle The Security.. ZD .
f fight will take in <
-up considerably did not learn window where place the show LJQL GENERAL COMMISSION! MERCHANTS n
the farmer's name however.Seventyfive j Fan seethe toP ,
,. 190 and 1901 Duane St. New York. *
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parsed For Sale I ,
The soldier boys'went over the By ; U c
through this city yesterday en creek -. E Southern Fruits c Vegetables Specialty. m
route to Tallahassee where Tuesday afternoon for the !o
they '
will be placed at work on a new purpose of having target practice. !J. E P. McMUEEAY Grocer rra We Make a Specialty of Slrawberric and Reaches iTl r

railroad being built near that place. They did s me fine shooting 3 Throughout the Entire Year. :2> ,

and) no doubt will make it hot for < RP.: 'ERFxcB-Irvin, National Bank, New YorkandCommerip Y
f Mr. N. D. Wainwright is having the Spaniards if they [get a shot at NOTE REDUCTION IN PRICE, cial A t ncit"'. .. BPI M

an Church addition Street.built The to his carpenters home on them. One: : Gall.os: _, 5 carets, f crW vr ..-. ro_. s=-.-"""' .cam.. S"' s. ___'C. w *<*

Mr. E. W;, Drlggers his nearlycompleted -- -- !!:2'A.
late nearly completed ,..the'work the Five Gallotl.s: : eo cer.l.: ts. :
building of Water A. JOHNS .
and Mr. Wainwright will,move in ,
,,;; '. "i a :few days. Oak; bridge. Mr. Dnjrgers is using This is the best Oil sold in the City. -STARKE, FLA. ;
n, c the best of timbers on this bridge
Starke, is getting patriotic.. We and he intends that it shall last Call and examine iIn
stock of and Gr celies ;
hear that the young men of the for years. to come. ceries. I my GraI 1) Staple Pancy .
Bradford guarantee prices as <
County High School as
are Our store is chuck full of goods Prolucc'Ftc. ,
organizing: a military and any and tolicit trade. Country ,
company and ; we are sellingway, down below your ..
will commence drilling soon. Let i war prices ,
the good work on. | I feGSOCSBY. S.4rISFltcTION. ". Vhc.. :. .a ( '
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