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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: May 3, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
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:Ii VOLUME IV.: STARKE, ,FLORID- MAY I 3, 1898. DUMBER 4ll ':

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Official Directories. COONTY Spain in Former Wars or.to refit.Probably.
HAPPENINGS A OLD GLORY A VICTOR FLORIDAMATTERS.
hundred the of
.t.tt Trot for over three, squadron
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STATE. -- soldiers the United States will be .
years have the Spanish ; obliged -
r Governor. Wm. D. Bloxhatu.1 ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE
Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. INTEREST. done any fighting worthy the The First Real Battle Fought to make for San... Francisco' WEEK,

a, Comptroller, W. 11. Reynolds. name. Under the bloody Duke as the entrance to Manila Bay
Treasurer. J. B. Whltfield.AttorneyGeneral :
Wm.! Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. of Alva at Mulhburg in 1547, at Manila Sunday was heavily mined with tpr- Gathered From Our Stats Exchanges

>;t- Commissioner of Agriculture, L. B. in in 1550 in the Netherlands pedoes.
... .\>** "Wombwell. Waxville. Itlay -
5., Superintendent of Public Instruction in 1567 and in Portugalin The Spanish Fleet is& Almost Completely Commodore Dewey has displayed Cocoa Plum is a new town on
'. W. N. Sheats. E. M. Powell visited Starke
\i J..r.; SUPREME COURT. Friday. 1580 the Saniards won vic- Distroyed and Dewey is Boss. great pluck and daring''I Biscayne Bay. It is all on

: ':'5,s Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor. tories of consequence, and by making for the inner_ harbor. paper at present.A .
'' .. : ... Justices, Milton H. Mubray{ F. B Alice Hite left Saturday,for, The Spanish Acknowledge Defeat
1'..e Carter. the establishment of the According to private advices I
;" but They Want to Hretik theNews large two-story building .
COUNTY. a week's visit at Jacksonville. Blood" to received from. Madrid the
"Council of .
.1. '. Mate Senator, A. Crosby. ,!i they put Gently.At in Ocala, belonging to Ed.

1 "'" Representatives, L. D. Wall and E. Capt. Burroughs, of Stark, death 18,000 victims in addition last the Spanish and United States cruisers Olympia. Helvenston, was burned to the"

wj: .;' P.Tax Ward.Collector J. C. Byrd. was in our thriving town Thurs- to those killed iu battle. Americans- dogs of the sea have Raleigh, and two other vessels, ground last Thursday night.

Y Tax,Assessor, W.-J. Epperson. Eight years later, in 1588, the met- and all news point to a the names of which.are notgh "
Treasurer E. S. Matthews. '
day.B. The dredges of the East Coast
Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. H. Powell and L. Padget Armada was destroyed, ana'I I grand victory for the Stars and en, entered the harbor. '
r t 1 ,\eekR. h'' No details Canal Company will be laid up *
since then Spain has been Stripes. All news so far received dispatches give as
Sheriff B. Denmark. made a business trip to Jacksonville -
l i the mouth of the Indian
the near
County Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. demoralized nation. In 1805 has been colored to suit to vessels actually. engagedon I
<1/t Superimcudent of Public Instruction Saturday. either side. river until after the war scare -
F. I). Shell. Lord Nelson whipped the com- the Spanish, but even that
County Judge, J. R. Richard. Mrs. Bessie Knight and :Miss bined fleets of Spain and shows we have wiped their WAR NEWS. EPITOME. is over. .. <
: Justice of the Peace for District .
1'0.6, Geo. A. Gardiner. Florrie Alford made a- flying France off the'Cape of Trafal- Pacific flee off of the sea. The Madrid dispatches? usually Punta Gorda has Sent a statement .

County Commissioners,Judge Tum- trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. highly colored in favor of Spain
.... either fleet to Senators :Pasco and _
1m, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, gar, being greater official dispatches as sent to

,f i -\! J. J. Crews, D. W. tllyatt.CIXY.: J. Crews -and children than the Englishman's. They Madrid dated May 1st, are as indicate that Cojnmodore Dewey :I Mallory and Congressmen

,,,...- spent Tuesday with Dr. Wilk- ,were no better on land when follows : has almost, if not- quite, Sparkman and Davis calling

Mayor, A. L. von Kirn son and family. The Doctoris called upon to fight. In the 6:20: p. m,-Advices from annihilated the Spanish fleet at attention to the facilities which

Clerk. George Gardiner. kept busy. Peninsular few Manila. The two. strongest of that port offers as a point from
Assessor, T. W. Sweat. war, a years Manila say that the American
." Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. the enemy's cruisers have been which to" embark troops
afterward stood their to
: Marshal,J. P. Bennet. Messrs. L. Butler anal Godwin they squadron, under Commodore

r ; Night Police, J. N. Joms. have begun the log busi- ground only long enough to Dewey, appeared off the Bayof destroyed,.together with other' Cuba. It is 100 miles south of
Aldermen, F.: R. Morgan. Edward .smaller craft. The same dispatches -
Jliddletuu J. M. Truby, N. V,'. Hack- ness here and made their first come in range of Napoleon's Manila at 5 o'clock this do not claim] the des- Tampa.

ett and J. W. Hicks. shipment,this week. bullets, when they threw down morning, and opened a strong truction of a single American The county commissioners of '

Church Directory. W. A. Alford has just re-. their guns and ran like turkeysran cannonade against the Spanish: vessel, which fact leads Lon-. Brevard county are preparing

as the Greeks ran last and forts don experts to entertain the '
A squadron protectingthe to build several
buildings
Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor. ceived a new supply of groce- ou
Services every 1st, 2nd and'5th Sun- year when the Turks got after harbor. opinion that Dewey will renew the ]land recently purchased r.
ries. F. A.
day. Prayermeetiiig every Wednesday the attack, the object of -which
.evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday 1. them. In 1819 General Jack- The Spanish: second-class is the capture of Cavete or Snake Creek for a convict camp.

f school o'clock.every Sunday morning a:, 9 Lake Butler. son walloped the life out of cruiser Don Juan de Austriawas Manila\ both situated upon When the buildings are complete _

Baptist, Rev. G. T. Lcitner, pasfor.\ Mr. Mallory Stokes, of Blair, them and drove them out of severely damaged and her the bay.. The annihilation of the county prisoners will

1 r /Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. was in the Central City Sunday.Mr. Florida, and in 184G they were commander killed. Another the Spanish fleet clears the have to employ their time in

i lug Prayermeeting at 7 o'clock. every Sunday Thursday school every even- and Mrs. S. C. Laniere, whipped in Mexico fromMon,-., Spanish vessel was burried. : Pacific of menace to American breaking stone wich will be
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4 : : Sunday morning at 9:3;) o'clock. of ';Worthington were in Lake terey to Chapultepec, when The American squadron retired. vessels. Its conclusion-the used on the county roads.
s Methodist, Rev. J. A. Ilendry, pas- ; capture of a Philippine station- -
... tor. Services every Sunday, morn- Bugler Sunda attending outnumbering the Americansover having sustained severe dam will give the United States a Letters patent were issued at
<< mug and evening. Prayermi'etiug ev five to 'one. They have
church. ges. base of operations in additionto
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. ,.' Tallehassee Saturday incor- .
Sunday school every Sunday moru-. lost one possession after an; A I SECOND=; ENGAGEMENT_ .,'. being the wedge to wrest the
the Clark
Eld. J. B. Crews filled his poratings Phosphate= !*
tf log at USO o'clock. P(.f.\
other on the Western Hemisphere A second naval engagementensued \ Philippines from Spanish rule.
.,. ,. Episcopal, Rev. F. R. \\To1Ctl1an. regular appointment here Sunday after defeat of their #> Sampson's fleet still blockades Company at Anita, Citrn i
'v- a in
whichtheAroejrioarissuffered ,
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? clergyman charge. Services very ,, to a large and appreciativeaudience. Havana, in'' \vl1iclr'city beef has County, with a.capital of ,25.-'
2ud"S.ud4th Sunday afternoon at3 80 arms, and their whole history loss and the
tfcloekT Sunday school every Sun- severe risen tb such a h igh figure as 000. The, general nature of'th,, -
.-'.-day.Hfteruoou- at 2 o''l&ck. since the time of Elizabeth has Spanish warships :Mindano and to denote that famine threatens business to be transacted will

,. Christian, no pastor at pre,ent. Mr. Ira York, a popular been a succession of disasters.: Ulloa were. slightly damaged. poor and rich, if it has not already '
be and
buying selling mining
: .. Prayermeetiug. every Wednesday young man Worthington, With this record behind them G:80 m.-The from begun. B I ,
.: ,4'e'.1J1g at 7 o'clock. Sunday: school : p. news of rock and tcri '
phosphate ma :* ,
r cry Sunday morning. at 9:30: o'- was in the Central'City Satur- and with a nation of 70,000,0.QO the Philippines has caused Troops continue to pour into

r clock. day evening. What seems to, in front of them, the prospectsfor > greatly 11' increased enthusiasm Tampa. : General Shafter is on leasing mining properties aril
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scene, believed rights, conducting a general
I r. Lodges. be the, attraction? Spanish success are not the especially in view of the fact that formidable invasion of phospate business.

Stare Lodge No. 31, K of P. meets Misses Mabel: Odum, Gwen- : most excellent.-Metropolis.The that that the American squadron the islahd} is not further off ,
every Thursday 7 p. m. An made i rid.,
$. W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, dolen Rivers, Ollie Chapman, was obliged to retreat. than ten days.British attempt was y

J. R. DAVIB, K. of R. and S, Maude, Arnold and :Merle :.uimprofit,bleness of a Notwithstanding the severe a night to blow up the powder, "..

Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M., Smith and Messrs. M. II. Mc- political career is illustratedby damage the Spanish ships Sympathy. magazine fc.-i' if) Knight & Wall-
: meeting every Thursday before the the of John A. Whatever else of at Tam r This
case Bingham may come rt; magaxin-j
sustained naval officers here
Ltd Sunday 7 p. m. Leod, "W. L. Rivers, Thos ,

-. W. F.'MALPHURS, ,Yo :M.TT. Procter, II. C. Chapman, J. E, of Ohio, who served six- consider that further operations the war with Spain, one good contains .Marge. store of powder,
N. MCACIUM, Sec.
s Townsend, Chas. Rivers and teen years in congress and was by the American squadronwill result seems already assured.It giant powder, and dynamite
May Lodge No. 10, I. 0. 0.F.,meets : bids fair and
to end-for the feol
with
appointed judge advocate put an a owners very tin-
every Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Clias. Duggar enjoyed a'delightful be conducted under great: .

.. I W. N. MKACHAM+ L. W%_ KICK, Sec.LITER, N. G. singing at the home ofMr. the rank of major by President difficulty, owing to their havingno long time, and probably] forever, pleasant over time attempt. It

Lincoln, who also appointed to.that always foolish, some- is of course believed. to Imv
and Mrs. J. A. Langford base where they could repair
United States solicitor for the times ignorant and sometimes been the work of agents of th
and re-coal obtain fresh
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Sunday evening.The or supplies -
,.. court of claims. lIe likewise I of ammunition. wicked anti-English sentiment Spanish Government now rfp. .

.' -/riss 1 s, E. SWEAT, Jacksonville Journal of served twelve years as a ministerto Other accounts say that the which has cut so prominent a work in that city. :.

}. !PIAEO. TEACHER Commerce crowds much truth Japan: This is an unusually Mindano and Ulloa (or Ullao) figure in American politics: and John B. Stetson) of Delairl. .

-- into a small space as follows : successful political career and American journalism during
STARKE, FLA. were severely] damaged in thY has concluded to experimentwith -
"A paper: always indicates the now Mr. Bingham at the age the present generation. The
.... Latest methods. Special'attention given second engagement. orange trees under shed
; to technique. Apply tur terns, progress of a town, and not of 83, nearly:: helpless, physically Midnight-An official telegram twisting of. the! British lion's lIe is making arrangements to

A.L. SCOTT. M. D., only aids in building up and and mentally, is in such received at a late hour tail will be a very lonesome build a. shed over five acres.

f. ",PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONST.ltKE ,"'- strengthening the buisiness in straitened circumstances that from the Government General performance so long as the. His idea is to test the intensive

terests of the place, but is a he is glad to accept the reliefof memory continues of the ex-
of the
FLA.: Philippines says : traordinary sympathy and method of cultivation. The

Office at GaskinV Drug-, Store. powerlul: factor in shaping and a private pension bill granting I. "Admiral IMontejo; has friendliness of Great Brtain to' sheds will be piped so'" that '

moulding I the thought of the him $32 a month.-Kansas transferred his flagship: to the the,United States in this;: crisis. irrigation can be used. As -

. '7- L. STEW \RT. M.P., people. As the is Journal. Alone the of '
E. paper so City cruiser Isla de Cuba from the among nations the trees will be independent

I EYE .EAR NOSE AND TaROT will.the town be judged. If Europe she has shown in every
s Reina Maria Christina whichwas of the weather .they can bo
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II. J. six possible. her wishesto
actuated motivefor. Slaughter, living way good
are by
STAIIKE FLA. you! any '
completely burned; as was fertilized at all seasons-'pif
this and the multitude
,country .
miles north of Greenville had ;
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he of the
., Office at Starke Drug Co. success your city, tlie also the cruiser Ca still a. The of forms in which this disposition the year. The orange' grown,
misfortune to lose his
proper) way show it is to lend I other ships had to retirefromthe has been manifested under partial shelter, it.-bb i ;.
I
I ., TATE row M D., a helping hand and speak a dwelling and contents by fire combat, and some of them makes any explanation of it a claimed] is superior in :som*

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON" Friday morning about 1 o'clock. calculated particulars to those in
good words for your.local paper. were sunk to. prevent them merely move, with i grown.
STARKE, FLA. It i is! a duty you\ owe yourself Mrs. Slaughter was awakenedby from the hands of complicated and purely selfish the open.
falling into : -
Over thirty In Diseases a roaring noise and went tothe motive at the bottom of it, evidently -
of
years experience and your town, as a loyal, the A young white man by tlm
Women and Children. Oillce Starke
I I enemy. and .
grossly inadequate.The
Drug ()Il11>u). patriotic citizen not only to door near the kitchen..and name of Will Russell has 1 been.
.. immediate rvalue to us
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REPORT FRO3I LONDON.
., send in your subscription and opened it to learn the cause, missing from I alatka since last
J 'D1t.J. HAYNES.DENTIST, LONDON of this attitude of Great Britain
a large'advertisement to your when she was met with a blaze: lay.1.-'VhiIe.it is .
.. in such a situation as we Thursday, and it is feared that
: <\: -. ,,-* local paper but to urge your quite clear that the Spanish
of fire that came near proving find ourselves cannot be over he was drowned as he lived
STARKE, FLOP ,
IpA. friends and .
acquaintances. to do squadron has suffered a. crushing ,
fatal estimated. What the other
Ot1ce'nr. residence r-on South Street.. the feame." as her nightrobe caughton across the river, and the boat ,

Teeth extracted painlessly by means of kxalanaathetlcs I i II ______________ fire, also: her hair, which defeat, the dispatch leaves powers might have arranged to i that he came to town in lastThursday
All trials of dental work done at .
reasonable charges. 'iVlrpnos. 'I Time( bids for constructing the. whs' loose, and which was all l unclear the intensely interesting do in the way of embarrassingus was found drifting
had not the unwavering (
Eo DCCO, Stati9 Reformatory buildings sieged to the schlg.A question as to whether or I
opposition of Great Britain | in the river Saturday and his

Attorney and Counsellor at LawSTARKF. ',, nearj Marianna were opened at i not the American squadron: has been mansfest from the first j hat not far awayT Russell

: Tallahassee last There colony of-Yirginians haslocated suffered material damage.All .
Friday can only be conjectured. In \
I went to Palatka last Thursday
FLA. ,
-, .. were only three bids, and the ; at East Point Franklin news so far comes from I this way alone,. friendliness '
: night, and enlisted in the Gem
O lee at,,Ffe&teacn. oa Cherry! Street .: contract was' awarded to the I county, Fla. The coloneycqnsists Spanish sources, and it seems !has been of the: utmost advantage -

._ T) F. EXSEV, S. ;S. Leonard Company of of thirty-one persons. I. that Commodore Dewey has I to us. The moral support City Guards,. and he has not

JA. 4 CIVIL ENGINEER.issk : Jacksonville! at 13000.* we feel in it is also of the highest been seen since. The river in
The in
will general not captured Manila. Unless
engage '
COUNTY BURN YOR ---- -- I i value; and< what] develop- ;; front of the city near when:! .
;OA..s'Z'OB.I.A.. farming and hope soon to havea he can the town he
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-. .j Bit: .e ilbc Ki;;Yet!! 829 tetS! B.It: I l 'I mun'tjir; ik mar take in the the young man's hat was found

_. Prof \aal f Wtn-k Drawia-rnr i..1:flue t' ; (Iii Trial's."I5j>';ii3ic ? J.'11.O. tailsuatec9 I 1 SJguiuro# 7qZ9 Q-: po5toiS.ce, store, school and 1 I: is in a weakened position, hav- courl j J vw'ar only! ,the rfutare h being dragged iri hopes of
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Florida SoulWeeklyAdvcate.PCIILISHED Volunteer, Enlistments. Not For* Everything: Condeiifhing- :a Prize. Vcs.sel. -- .
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,.Special telegram from Wash; But if you have kidney, ITvor_. .or ; I
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS ingiton to the St. Louis Globe- bladder trouble' you will find The mode of procedure in :AN OPEN LETTER f
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:I -AT- the bringing about, the .disposition y
Democrat says: Swamp-Root| just remedy: you I 4

.-STARKE- : r ,- FLORIDA.. Maj.t- J. N. Morrison, assistant .. ndeti.: People "are not apt to get of a prize court. This proceeding MOTHERS.. S
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; advocate anxious about,theithealth soon ,commences when. the captured WE ARE ASSERTING Iii.TIlE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO a;: \'
.-:-: Entered at the postof ice at Starke, Florida, ) judge general, a .'
( .'..'" as second class mail matter. MiSsourian, said to-day that enough. If you are, "not.quite vessel is brought to port THE EXCLUSIVE CASTORIA USE OF AS THE OUR WORD TRADEMARK.i."CASTORIA_ AND"PITCHER'S : ,;""

.. well" or "half'sick" have you.ever by" an officer of the vessel that 7
there mis:
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. was a very great I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis Massachusetts '
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6 thought that your kidneys maybe made the seizure. In this ,
.. :_ ff_ -._ L_ -- _-.- -, -* __, :t-t __ apprehension in reference "
t the cause of your sickness? he libel that is was the originator of ce'CAS TOR I A, the same that
the manner in which the country puts a ,
TEXAS R. HODGES. '
It, is easy to tell-by setting aside has borne and does now bear every
volunteer is to be enlisted. a petition in the'Distric't Court ,,# jon

"t: EDITOR JLND PJiOPKIETOIt. Ilia]'. Morrison army says that the your.sediment'urine for twenty-four, hours; that an inquiry be madeandwith the fae-simile signature of_ ( *&, /&&& wrapper. 1

it or settling indicates an ceC A ST 0 R I IA" which has been used in
plan' of organizing the volunteer this libel he forwards the This is the original
unhealthy condition of the, kid-
Advertising; Kates. 'army called for by neys. When urine stains linen it ship's papers. Notice is given the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty .years. .i

\ as Our consistent advertising with rates keeping will be bp as a good reasonable news- President McKinley' will differ i is evidence of kidney trouble. that any persons having an in- LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is :i

'Issue paper.a clean It Is the attractive purpose newspaper of the,publisher with onlymen to radically from that pursuedin Too frequent desire to urinate, terest in the property may appear the kind you have always bought *p on the 4

a proportion of advertisements as;will the enlistment of volunteersfor scanty supply, pain or dull l ache'in and claim it. An enemy, and has the signature of (.&&K7. cuc&4t wrapper. -

insure that all will be seen and read, and none the civil the back i is also convincing of course, cannot put in a claim. to
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will war. No one has authority from me use my name except
be uniform and will be made known on appli proof that the kidneys and bladder If the court finds that the vessel -
wish
"I; would the is President. "
cation. you give The Centaur Company, of which Chas.H.Fletcher
need doctoring. is a legitimate prize, it'Ct is
widest publicity to the fact
March 24 1898.
A financial crisis is imminentin that the call for volunteers does There is satisfaction in knowing appraised, condemned and then t .D. ;
i that the great remedy Dr.Kilmer's ;
sold at auction by the United
Havana. The rate of ex- not; contemplate the musteringin .
Swamp-Root, fulfills every wish in Do Not Be Deceived. )
States marshal. If she is
change is ruinously high.Those of the state militia as militia -

organizations," said Maj. Mor- relieving weak or diseased, kidneysand taken'by the government, then Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting ,
urinary
all forms of bladder and .
interested in the to- rison. "The government will the court' takes notice of her a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you .
troubles. Not doesSwampRoot
bacco' industry can promise at once recruiting offices only value as shown by the inventory (because he _makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients ..:
open life and
give new activity -
themselves a prosperous time. j of which even.he does not know.
in the various states for the : to the kidneys-the cause -

This will be a smoky year. enlistment of men in the'volunteer of trouble, but by treating the According to the act of 1864, "The Kind You Have Always Bought"t.;
all the prize to the
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branch of the United kidneys it acts as a tonic for the goes captors
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OFInsist
Mr. Dingley, of Maine, chair- when the vessel making the '
States Men who have entire constitution. Iryou n ed a -
S man of the House committee of army. capture is of equal or inferior : ...
and estimates that had! military training in the medicine you should have the force to the prize. If the cap- t ,.-'
means
,ways ,
National Guard will naturally best. Sold by druggists, price tor is superior, only half] of the
., the cost of the war to the cents, and one.dollar ,
be. preferred, but it is not in- fifty or by value goes to the captors and i t" 1
government will be about $2- mentioning the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY the other half goes to the treas- I -
tended to limit the enlistmentsto e ; .
000,000 a day. ADVOCATE and sending
the militia. Before a,volunteer ury.The : '
is divided on Having
your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., prize money : .
I Uncle Sam is preparing to can be enlisted he will between the officers and of '
t Binghamton, N. Y., you may havea crew The End That Never Failed You -< :,
; invade Cuba, and in calling for have to sever his connectionwith sample bottle of this great discovery the vessel making the capture.The .
TMC:CCNTAUM CCMPANY.' TT MUftRAT TK&CT..CW rout CITfc3TOR
volunteers indicates that acclimated the National Guard, and sent to you free by mail commander of the squadron R J1o
upon receipt of three two-cent is entitled to onetwentiethof ";,
/ or yellow fever proof the state militia, I should say, of
to cost
stamps cover postage on all prizes made by a ship of
applicants for enlistment will would be the safest place for. the bottle. I war attached to his command ,

,have. the preference. those who do not intend to: and the fleet captain is entitledto

enlist. This is not intended asa ''The Spaniards have eight receive a one-hundredth partof FIRST-CLASS JOB FEINTING( ;

Thirty thousand of our discarded reflection on the ,National warships in Havana harbor, but the prize vaI Metropolis.: S .

breech-loading Spring- only one of them is a really BRING YOUR WORK, TO THE OFFICE OF THE '"'
Guard. These will naturallybe '
field rifles few Maxim serviceable craft the Antonio C.A.STOn.I.A.: tj1 '
a guns given preference because of Bern too ,*The Kind You Have Always Bought!! FLORIDA $: SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE
and some rapidfirefieldpiecesthrown Lopez which is a fourth-class '
their training, but not as Signature /1IrI #.

into the Cuban .In members of militia organiza- gunboat. .Of a dozen batterieson of .;:;:

surgents' hands would go a shore only three are really To Care Constipation forever" '- ti
tions. The governors of the Take Cascareta Candy Cathartic. lOo: or 23tx -' -WE PRINT--
great way to, make our "peace- states will be asked to name serviceable against our fleet, If C.C.C.fall to cure druggists refund money j....'

fur blockade.1' nnd'only one is dangeroustheSanta Educate Your Kernels With Ca caret CARDS, r TAGS, .
,
the regimental officers, but be- Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. ..,'"
'
\ v Clara. Of Blanco's lOc.25c. If C.C.C.fail druggists refund money. CHECKS, f { LABELS } !:
Some of the "fancy set," who yond this they will have TICKETS, ,* BLANKS. :
of 50,000 15- .
nothing to do with the army men, only ,, FTP "
raising V :
for staff J. McMTJKKY ENVELOPES
are volunteering positions 000 in Havana and CIRCULARSSTATEMENTS'
are ready
for of troops: in their states, the INFANCY BILL HEADS, .. r. _
as an excuse.. as- ,.
for service in of attack.
case an '
suming showy uniforms and a intention being to make this essentially NOTE HEADS, I LETTER HEADS
1
The Cubans have 7,000 men GROCERIES -r"
foundation for future tales a government soldiery ETC. ETC ETO. ,
under Garcia in Santiago, 3,000 .. t..S.
may be reminded that the differing only in name from ... .
the under Gomez in Santa Clara, -I KEEP- WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT : ,
regulars. .
of is sometimes .
course war a '
3,000 in Matanzas, 3,000 in He Best and Freshest Stock in Town. ......
The for J '
surprise to the most skillful reason this course is :'
SillCl
I Havana Province, and 4,000 in -TRY ME.- / rrlllt r : ;
." explained by the fact that the I i _
Senator Pasco, who is always volunteers are intended for i in Pinar del Kio.-Times- REQUISITES" = -. ]I Good Paper, ,::s" r
EDWARD MDDLETON\ "
looking out for Florida's Union and Citizen. t399 *"
-TO- l
foreign service, and not "to I -- Presses -;>: fIf

interests, on Tuesday presenteda repel invasion, which is essentially STATE OF OHIO, ) Successor to Andrews&Mid dlenon. GOOD WORK Trpo'r:r d
: :
joint resolution directing the
the only constitutionaluse CITY OF TOLEDO, > ss.: PROPRIETOR OF -

President to use, not exceeding ''to which the National LUCAS COUNTY. ) And ,""-, > I <,

of the fund FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath ,, ,,
$5,000 appropriatedby Guard ;" -l
can be devoted. Under Starke Feed and Sale ---
Livery I I ,
n t-: :, ,, \ ; .:.
that is
Congress to relieve American he the senior partner of the ,
the new army bill the army of a7:. t :.

citizens in Cuba, for the relief the United States is divided in- firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co.,.doing STABLES. WE HAVE ALL THESE. 666: : : '. :\ '
of business in the City of Toledo, :
American citizens and
to ,the regular and volunteer
County and State aforesaid, and We Solicit Trial Order Satisfaction Guaranteed.
others who have recently landed branches the latter fO AND: SECOND-HAND BUGGIES [[ TER.ISAND a >.
being
in Florida from Cuba. that said firm will pay the sum of HARNESS faR SALE. II .STRICTlY CASH. Office in Postoffice Building. Call and Sea Us/'* I
available
in
only case. of war ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for -- -- -

When the American soldiers The 125,000 men are to consti- each and every case of Catarrh THE ,t f'1

.: ;,' enter. Cuba they will no longer tute :the volunteer branch, and that cannot be cured-- by the useof { DO YOU WRITE 1 ,
4 NEW YORK WORLD
-, be the boys in blue, but the will :be enlisted exactly in the HALL'S CATARRH CURE. IF SO WRITE RIGHT. SI .+'S

.. the boys in brown. General regular army. They will be FRANK J. CHENEY. '- .
.
'
Miles realizes that the heavy allowed to preserve their Sworn to before me and sub- THRIOE-A-WEEK. EDITION. '. .>:', ,>,>',,' .*:\;t,1

suits used in the northern identity with the states from scribed"in my presence, this 6th ;.

climate would not answerin which they hail by appropriatenames day.,"of.December, A. D. 18S6.j 18.Pages a Week ..... .

the tropics, so he has ordered indicating' their origin, j SEAL { A. W. GLEASON, 156 Papers Year ,? : \
\ Public.
10,000 brown canvas suits, and but beyond this they will be on .. } Notary ;; ":'; 1

more will be supplied as fastas the same plane and subject to Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally '- FOR ONE DOLLAR.Published -,: .

and ] the .. ;', '
needed.-Ex. the same discipline as the acts directly on ; 'I
blood and mucous surfaces of the every Alternate Day except Sunday. J
regulars. The general govern- ,
The coasting steamers bought system. Send for testimonials, .
ment will bear every dollar of The 'Thrice-a-,y ek Editionof f.
for our navy up to date number free. S. .h 4
the expense involved in. recruiting TilE NEW YORK WORLD is :
F. J. CHENEY & CO. .
25. ,
They form what is calledauxiliary "
this first all "weekly"
branch fol the among pa-
Toledo, 0. I am SuD-Agent for Bradford and Surrounding ; ,
-" the fleet and will do army, and the Legislatures of Sold by Druggists, 75. pers in size, frequency of pub- .;, J

service wherever needed. They the states will not be asked Hall's Family Pills are the best. lication, and the freshness, Counties for this Celebrated :! I'

nre freight and passenger coasting appropriate anything. The accuracy and variety of its Typewriter. ,.'
contents. It has all the meritsof 3
ships of from 2,000 to6,000> plan is to rendavous: the troopsat Special Notice.
I given: points in each state a great $6 daily at the priceof Cant I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES :
tons,". Some of them are quite and forward them to -one of the The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY a dollar weekly. Its political ;

new and very swift. They are ,I Southern rallying points as ADVOCATE is now equipped news is prompt, complete, SUB--AGENT. :

being armored and equipped, ': soon as the quota is full. With: for first-class job printing, ns it accurate and impartial as all its I r

with guns.' It requires two, their enlistment they immediately has'never'' been before. We have readers will testify. It is
% added to its in this department the and for
equipment against monopolies ,
weeks lo tit one of them for pass out of the

: ,service, ,which is a short time. t'jurisdiction of their- state 'new presses, new type the people.It Setting Out in bite !
the of all the
prints news
governments. and a line of stationary suitable, '
to 'any kind of work. We can world having special corre- t As well as in the thick of the battle is "

..... A London' special to the New Whooping, Cough. print anything required, and guarantee spondence from all importantnews t.:-:=::: a about time neat when and a man correct should dressing-be"caref First / .. ,

York:World says: It is learned to turn out, work that will points on the globe. It :J impressions are half the rictorj. Who ,'I .:'
I had a little boy who was nearly the faetidious'and has a better chance even inlooking-for ,
please most
from a member of parliainent ] has brilliant illustrations, t
dead from an 'attack of. critical a situation,than the young man whose '.
whboplng of
Don't send *
that a Spanish privateering patrons., stories by great authors, a capital attire is evidence of taste thrift and .t
coughs; My neighbors recommend. elsewhere for your work, but giveus humor page, complete markets judgment? Young men who wish to I Iv
i syndicate is organizing to ed Chamberlain's ,an opportunity to 'show you d / prosper should order their Suits and /J
t Cough Remedy.
'>' departments for the household '
"
Overcoats from
5 send what we in quality .
can give
an eighteen-knot steamer, yu 'Y
I.did not think that medicine and women's work
,k any and prICe"B.he l and: \' M. BORN & CO., / ) .
with and \
equipped' rapid-fire would' but after \other
help him giving special departments 9 The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors, $ t

Kordenfeldt guns, around to him a few doses of that remedy I food prices.on the islandof ; unusual interest. ; 1 Few orerm pry*at the dltAe Custom Trade. '. '$

the Pacific to make Poto I -"SVe offer this unequaled ,,l'jf.JJ All ages can be suited. Style, fit and / '
noticed
a descent an improvement, and,one Rico have advanced I } I iN r workmanship are guaranteed. The '. i

upon'' Seattle the ,time the bottle, cured him entirely.} It is one, hun cIred r ,' per cent, and inconsequence I newspaper and THE FLORIDA '. # world's best looms supply the material.I
the best,coughmediciueieverhad, r S31 -""EEKTr ADVOCATE together n.BW u&wa! ?t The Most Economical ,M "
: miners araijlocking down from there hab.ee i f ... too xcn cuxcrxa urtzus to Ocala r&uu tia --
5 } for $1.50 : .
.. in the house. J. L.-MooRE-\ South o year : C..LL oN
; the Klondike with their : hoard serious demonstrations in ,the j'l'ii The regular ,
Burgejtsto\vnr Pa.: 'For,sale by i subscription -
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of gold. J" L. ( aEk.l"! !_=:, Dib'ist.55 _: .- ". interior. ". :-:...'.7'"" "" ,. -, :- .- :\ t price oFthe two papers is Y2.0O. \/\/_ :EOJqrJjS ,',
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The Camphor Laurel: Ycpow Fever and Troops. ,- : RAILROADS.. 'i'.. .. .

( Curious, is it not, that camphor i Ijhe fear of yellow fever ,CANDY .
: FLORIDA CENTRAL I PENINSULAR R.R.\\
comes from a free! among the American troops

-P-.'. '" Such a beautiful one, too; of:: wh go to Cuba is giving .the CATHARTIC Hew Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Treni Line. .

I .: The evergreen variety with authorities at, Washington TIME TABLKIN EFFECT APRIL l. 1SOS.

1_ handsome broad .lea v s. In some thought, as it is believed .

".--- blossom time it is covered thai 3) NORTnEBN POI !5 :r; :
at-no town. on,the island Dly ail" u"In1l.i.r'xSuu D- ''fri4001.S

: with pretty white ,*' flowers, is at all exempt or free from CURE CONSTIPATION f'Wb -., ._...... _' -.... .... .... ...... ip ....

these are followed by red bpr- the ....' 445p. .... ....... ....... .... ... .... ......... .'...... ,";
malady. ,..... ....... .... ... L ...... ..... T30 .
.
ries. This tree lives a. longtime Justice White of the Supreme _. ..;... 1011p1 .......Everett..Ar. ....... .. 030a ...... .
:. lOc t.......7501 ..,BruiiswIck".Lv .. ... -. '"
often three hundred LL25c ...... ...... ..._..Savannah..... .. ; : .. .. '
.
k Court, being from ,.... ...... ...... .. -
5k( ....... ------ 0I*) .iw ...... ;
The largest known Louisana that he has DRUGGISTS'm.. ...... ..... 20 ........210 Ar..Fatrfax.S.C..Lv..3t. 2:5 ...... ..
years. says .2 42 ....... ,DenmarLS C 225a 4 ti). 3 ..... -.
measures fifteen feet.in diame- studied the situation thoroughly ........254a ....AugustaGa. .. ..... 5 9 ....... .
c ... ;. .... 1 ...... .,Co1umbi S. O 12 1 55 ....... ''

ter. and there is no 'way to -prevent :r.EJcrEJJ: : :::.. S ::E? ...... .....-..... .. ... 43p '' Spartanbnrg.AshevUle. N.; S.C.C..., "" ..._.. 47a..1. ............ "

Most of the camphor ''we the fever. ...... ..CbarlOttc.N.C.. .. ..
encountering 9 ..... .SnlLbury. N.C.. .8 17 .....
""- use comes from Japan and He further ...... .... ..... 1044p... lOp ".Creensboro- N, C.. ...... .... .
':;" says: .. OOp ..I 30 ....Danville,va.... e so .. ;
Formosa a writer in Literary I 'think it' would be' wise La'TtcJY, Fla., ........ .... ... .... "....RichmondVa.. ..... 50..S. ';,-
says n.... ......... ..... ..Lynchbu.rgVa... 4t ......
!
Companion. This latter for the to draw-a ...... ..... ......12 ....... ..Charlottesville .. ..... ...... ,
government ...... ..... .... .., ..... ..... ,
'.. .place is inhabited chiefly by of its volunteer LIYEEY: AND FEED STABLES. ...... .... .... ........95p "......Baltimore..... ...... 9t ........340.......
large proportion ,. -.-... ...... ...... 15........2 56 ....Philadelphin.... 1 ...... ... ....

savages, so that it is exceedingly -; troops from those who .:.:.::.::.-_. ..10 ........... .300p "' ...,.NewYork.Bot4)n........... .'.4 ... ..............5001 a..........

dangerous work obtaining are immune from yellow fever. Finest Turnouts in the City1Oruffluiers' INOS-IN 0. SOUTH. AND WEST

camphor there. Japan .sends Louisiana could CINCiNNATi-JACKSONVILLE. Daily FLOBIDA AND lO WDaIly 7&14 Si 10
: supply sever- .
Macoo. Atlanta, OKLTAK3. Daily Dally5Hp
five million al thousand. Mark words Teams on Short NQtice. Draying a Specialty. Chattanoosa. Cincinnati -- -
': out every year my S- Chicago.; r4 : :. :755a .
f! of this material if send unacclimated Toledo, Detroit, ..... 911a925a Lv..Fernancilna..Ar........ .4(ftp
pounds one- you e; o 940p : .. 7 SOn 3 Up
Cleveland,
'. Prompt attention given to aU orders. z z Louisville Z Z 1035p 955alllOa Ar....Baldwin....Lv 645a. 310p
fourth of which comes to this troops to Cuba at this time of I ,and St.Louis 1159p '.H..Starke.....- 512;& 2109
"* a- -ws--a- II 1333a,1140a12l5p ......,Waldo.., ...3:a HOp
>
country. *f' the year you will have nearlyas I I b 15a) 8 OOpiLv..Jacksonville..Ar. 93op630a ...... :....Gainesville.. .... .... 12 15p
.
i 10 29 10 I4pAr..1verett..Lv. 63Up .
oil is secured in the J EST.ADLtS ::1.ses.- ow ... 8 ......1 IS lOp ,... .CedarKey..-" .H" 830I
Camphor by many hospitals inside -. UJ I 440p745p 300a520a Macon. : 1 lOa 30a. ::'. 35a : ...Hawthorne ..." .34Sa1105p % ." ..
.' :u : 10 oop 2(Ma lOOp .....Citra......
304a12C1p
making a small hole in the of six weeks as you will 5 30a Lv..Atlanta Ar.950a .'040p 502aiOOOp .. I -Itlp ... ."" -.-.-.-. ...._
R. w. DIXON & SON ...... ...Chattanooga..Lv730fl 6 15p H.' .. .SilvSafrtfli. :
.*
trunk of the tree near the have in the field. =_..: ...Cincinnati..... 83la 830u 255a4iOa 205p305p( ......Wndwood...." 125U:05a U25 1052a53la /
.
'. and the fluid The President has called 3381. "....Leesburg........ 952a
: I, ground dripping GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS i ASHEVILLE ROUTE. 61\oa\ .a 04p "........Tayares...... :ooop II::tSaII
into this hole is the oil. for 125000 and it ) lOa 5 SOp .......Orlando ... 110pl 8 thIn
: troops, Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cincinnati 3Lop 557p .. WinterPark .. 330p 72593Ja
j To the would be difficult to 190 an(11901 Duane St. New YOl'k. p. 509a 357p ."'.. St. Catherine.." 120a :
camphor probably u ,
prepare gum and Chicago. 533d 41Tp ....Lacoochce..." IQ 60a 911,155a
LLI < 553a 436p62Cp "'..,.Dade City..." 1020a! 82i
the branches of the find !that immunes in ..
i many 700J 529p ....Plant City.. .." 8 lSa 7 _
camphor laurel are cut and : the country of the strict soldier Southern Fruits P Vegetables Specialty, SLLlm 19 i400pmLv..Jacksonville.13a.n ,Lv......... Savannah..-...........Ar Ar 910am500am .8103 "... ...Tampa....?" 730p lOIn

4 t5am Ar125am .........Columbia....... Lv 12 47am ONLY THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPER
together with the leaves, brok- material. '1J"e Make a Specialty of Strawberries ancl Peaches !:I Ar....... Spartanbarff........Lv 53'pm300pm BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE4\ND .

Throughout the Entire Year.cZ 1245pm Ar......Henderson ville.......Lv.Lv _NEW_ ORLEANS._ _ _.
;% into small pieces. These i This is something worthy of : 145pm Ar........ .Ashville 205pm1146am
== .....Hot .. ..Lv.Lv No-22 NO.2 WESTERN 011'1510:01 No. 1
Ar. Springs.
352pm .
are thrown. into vessels of thoso who expect to enter the RF.FERENcE.-Irving National Bank, New York, and Commercial 720pmAr.. Knox ville.... 825am Daily Dally D.EWOItLAS. Dally7Kp -

_' boiling water, the lids of' army. Of course, war is no a: AgencIes. r'1r 740am 455am Ar.Ar., ...Lexington.Cincinnati...... ...Lv.Lv 1015pm730pm 515p-925a Lv.. Jacksonville.. Ar -.....
UJUJ 10 SOp 1125a Ar..Lake City,.Lv 558p ......
which are lined with twisted frolic at any ,time or at anyplace -. ':IC :I<'oe.: TTCIj: :: ST.A. S.. ETC. SOamlLv.545p1nAr..Chicago..Lvj900ani. ..Cincinnati. .Ari6U0pni 1235p 230p 1213p t:4p235p ..''.,....Live..MadLson O.U;........"" .5J5p\\......

the I Big Four j_ "... ..." I'..''..'.''.
rice straw. On these cam- but a man would havea 440a .Montlcello. .. 3 OOp
-
....
8 30am Lv. .Cincinnati..Ar 635pm 600a 330p '..Tallahassee ... 213pH9p ......
-* phor collects, and when taken better chance to' escape A.JOHNSE-' 6 00pm Ar..........Chicago..........Lv 830am 82SaaWa 430p ..*......Qulncy....... ,......
Monnnlionte. 515p '..River Junction." t141'p.......
off is refined for market by Spanish bullets in Cuba than 900amLv..Cincinnati........An 000pmLv 11 OOp "..,.FensacoU. ..... ....... ..
-STARKE FLA. 5 00pm Ar.........t..Chicago.,..'...... 10 00am 305a740a ..'.....Mobile.... .. /I 130a.........
using quicklime and charcoal. the above disease. Pennsylvania. .. '..New Orleans." .,.....

Camphor is found in every 'Florida has a number of KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE. ST. LOUIS LOUISVILLE, JACKSON

V part of the tree-in the bark, : mmunes, but whether or DeStap1e, and Fancy Groceries No.36 No.-33 _800pmLv..Jacksonville..Ai'_ VILLE._ ._ -_' .. 1

pith leaves and fibers of the not they wish to volunteer as ......Jacksonville...... Ar. 855am 1014pm; Ar..........Everett.... ......LvMacoa 1J3hUal t55&ra.800pmLv
I Country Produce Ftc. 1014pm .........Everett..Lv.. 630am 300am ..,..._.... ........... *. J iOu(
wood. soldiers is not known. The 530am ..........Atlanta......... "' 1055pm415pm 520am950pm ".........Atlanta......... I03."pal
:: 1145am Ar.... ....Uirmingham... .... ........Chattanooga..... 611tt'lU
When this tree has been Gulf: States could' furnish a 930pm .' .........Memphis. ..... ... 630am 500pm ........Lexington....... 10 Matn
,
When in want of Good Goods Reasonable Prices give me a 1000am ......Springfield ........ 15pm 730pm ....-.LouLsVUle......... 14.\3il1
.
dead for a long time, if it is respectable army if all of the 535pm: .......KinsasCity....... 1040am 712am '" .........St. LouLs.......... .' 9 loam:
f Call. I will make it to your advantage.
.. cut, down and split up, layers mmunes would enter. It *Nos.!' 31, 33,35 and 87 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick !12.10,noon. 7J: >U
J a. m,,8:00: a. m. and 7.50: p.m.respectively
of 'pure camphor will be cannot be. denied that the RAILROADS.F. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
An Enterprising Druggist. Nos. 35 and 36 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Cincfn-: -
found crystali7/d in. thin Spaniards have" somewhat the nati Sleeper via Asheville.Nos. .
There are few men more wide 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
plates in the cracks, where the advantage when it comes to with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .

wood in drying has split open. yellow fever.-Metropolis. awake and enterprising than?:J. G Cc & P. SHORT LINE No.33.. 39 carries the. Cincinnati and Florida, Limited., This, is brought Jacksonville by

L. Gaskena, who spares no painsto Close connections at Cincinnati, St.Louis and Kansas City for all points West and South.
-Prairie Farn1er.Ii 'NORTH EAST' WEST Nos. 1 and 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Orleans Sleeper.
secure the best of everything tDaily except Sunday. Dally except Saturday and Sunday. IThls train does not run
lii 'loridVhether : Monday SSunday and Monday only. {Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg. Manatee
CASTOR in their line f9r th irmany .River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee', for all point on Manatee
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS river. At Starke for Lacrosse. At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connects at Tallaeassea
\ the winds blow customers. They now- have the for Carrabelte St. Marks, and Ap.Uachacola. Connects at River Junction for Chattnhooche
,For Infants and Children. : River steamers. Connects at Qcala for Homosacsa. Connects at Fernaudina for Cumber.
harsh or soft, the Florida sunshine ; valuable agency for *pr. King'sNew STARKEFLA. land Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick
.. Tii9 Kind You Have Always Bought AH baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
stays, and brings her Discovery ,.fr.Unsumptioncoughs NO- 10. daily, leaves 2:18 p. m., for all office 202 Hogan Street. as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.
points North and Wet.t connecting at Jack R. W. OA1\IP ELL"Pas8enger J. E. :ARSEIALL
Agent. ,
children and strength is sonville with through for New
'" hope Bears th and ColdsThis the< sleeper York
Cincinnati and Intermediate points. Ticket Agent L 02 West Bay St., corner Hogan Jacksonville, Fla.
2 and length of golden days. Su.f"K. wonderfut remedy that is porduc- NO. 14, leaves 5:12: a. m. daily ,forsame WALTER G. COLEMAN General Traveling Agent, J c sonv11le. ,
points named above carrying through sleeper A, O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pass.' Agent.
The clouds may, lower round ingltSuch: 'a furor all over the coun- Tampa and intermediate points to New York. .- _
connecting:at Jacksonville with_ trains from
Washington or cyclones in the : 4 few things the present tryrLy; :) its many startling cures. Macon, Atlanta-,Chattanooga and all points .
with Tor
north and west also trams west
a west, the Spaniard blow and crisis: has made plain as dayto I[f absolutely cures Asthma, Bronchitis Florida as.Mexico;Pensacokv and California Mobile points., New Orleans, Tex i 5outhern '/

threaten orstho anarchist beat the whole American people. Hoarseness and all affections NO. 13leaves *''i9 p. tn. with connection ;
from all and divisions. Through
]liU breast, but no such drums One is that we need and must of the, Throat, Chest and from New points York. sleeper
,N O- 9 leaves 10.53a.m. with through sleeper r Railway' '
Call at above store
drug
disturb us here though we iave for defense the Nicara- Lungs. connections from all points north west and < .
and get a trial bottle free or a all points In the state. p
have no Lotusland, for this is For the of the state. sleeper or .
canal built without bestmap '
gua delay.Another regular size for 50 cents and ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. ',
other Information call on or write to :
: ,,110".1 lazy :heaven where dre ij. D.GREEN,Agent
'. is 'that we must buy 100.& Guaranteed to cure or Fla. -- ** '
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Starke m j u T n
'lulPbrain] and hand. FrojnPensacola's refunded. N. S. Penntagton.-T.M. "
likewise for defense the three price ,
to A. O.MacDonell: G. P. A.Jacksonville. i.Lovrn PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CABS, DINING CAH3JCHOBOUaHFABE > : ;
bustling mart Danish islands in the West .Fla. __ "
1- COaCHES, VESTIBULED TBAHI3.
The New York EveningSun __ 44
"Miami's\ silver shores this is a
Indies St ThomT-

: hive of industry where- peace as.Vo, particularly must also -(have as tion notes that with there much were satisfac-"no The A. S. R. & &. R. R. ,NORTH EAST AND WEST.

.
;; reignslemore. quickly as" we can :. '
prepare ,
forpeace" in the Departure and Arrival of Trains.
Iit boom in Cu- prayers
+JTueiguns may themi effective modern
uaoi' silence our southern an churches of'that city last Sun- TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TH2 EAST. ,;:. ;
line of coast
navy, a systematic day. While it seemed possi- STARKE, FLORIDA. .
seas, but we are at rest save fortifications and well drilled NO- 1 daily, leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse Limited
". a ble that be averted Brinkley and Intermediate points. This train Washington. and Southwestern ,
war might s--
for such work as sweetens our connects with the 0. S. & F. at Sampson ))1- '
: national guard, made up" of without shirking of dutyor Junction for PaUtka. Macon and Intermediate And the United States Fast.Mall.C2Z.Y \. ,,
rs of ease. The places at and any points.
eho infantry, cavalry, artillery and only. Leaves
it NO-3 atur'ays Sundays
sacrifice of honor
.. Augustine speak to the naval These the was 5:3u: p.m.for LaCrosse Brinkly and Intermediate 21 HOUSS JAOKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON
troops. are Junction.
rich and great; at Tampa other now before eminently fitting that the prayers for Palaika points ,connecting Macon and at intermediate Sampson points. ONLY 27 HOURS JAOKSOHVILLE TO HEW T023i

". greatest questions '; of the clergy should be for" HO. 5, second class. Leaves Starke 4:00 a.m-
.
I piles are built to prove our the Administration and congress for LaCrosse Brinkley and Intermediate
That time having points. This train la daily except Sunday.NO. Colld Vestflraled Trahn composed of Latoat Improved Pullman 8)cpti C r* >ad Hotri Da
.royal state; the coral isles thai and the American ''people peace. .,2. flrrlves at Starke 12lu p. m. daily. InS Can through without change to\7mjihlngtoa 1timo"-- '
and the nation NO 4,.arrives at Starke at 9:30 p.m. Satur. -
active passed, being Philadelphia,New Yotic and th*East
round incite to ,
fence us them to do their duty'withdut daY and Sundays only.
expect engaged in war the fittest ,NO 6. second class, arrives at Starke.5:30 p.
sport, but between all, these foolishness. The sup- m. Dally except Sunday. BE'f X
any plication is a prayer for victo- GEO. TOMPSETT.Gen. Supt. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS
are wide domains where contentment ,- American' will- the .. Si'arke, Fla. .
people pay: .
holds her court. ry.1 And that is "In reality a ARTQUR MF.1'S.: Gen.Mgr. TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. _js t,
Bttls; for -
: money; expended \ Jacksonville. Fla. .

Our days are filled with work economically and righteouslyin prayer for peace, for the war Through Sleeping Car Dally Jacksonville to
GAINESVILLE & GULFS RAILROAD CO.
: must on until tho object .
go
enough, our nights with peace defense of: their'ul ty.Ex .- TIME CARD NO.%3. Cincinnati via Asheville, Through th*
which it is is
for'
arc crowned. and light and ,\ ,' .\ waged accom- In effect on and after Nov.7. '! "LAND OF THE SKY." 4; ".

melody are here to fence our ,ce, '.. plished.! Washington Post.flucklen's No. 1. Na. 3. No.2 No.4

Daily ex.Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily. Tut dat Gl tafortnmtlTO to rtte,. wh) dnle ,
Deaaty Blood_Deep.Clean' M sleeping ear rtMrrftttms. etc., apply to _'
kingdom round,.._-- Sunday. Sunday.Lv. anyagent of tho Souxaiuur EAILWAT or iu ooantctloa < .
blood clealc.kin No Aruica. Salve.
means a am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar pm.
Tlie man who grumbleswhen beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic 720 OOt..Gatnesv1ile..1IOO 100
land clean your blood and keep ifclean; by The Best Salve in the world for 727 310f..Mlnnieflill 653 I* A. SHIPMAH, J?.ori his lot in such a is stirring..up.,the lazy liver/and driving all im. 730 315t.Cannon'sxlng..lOSS: 650
4 purities{ from the body., Begin today to Cnts, ,Bruses: Sores, ,Ulcers, Salt 735 320 t. .Rocky Point.1050 645 J.'M, GULP. 17. A":TURK, 8. H. HABDWIOuaw (,
in heaven at ... .
,
would .
cast swear banish pimples, boils, blotches blackheads; 750 335 f. Wacahoota. 1040 630 uaw Gn. P... .tgt.. A.ut. 6 .Pa w.Art.,

hi? :.stato and ask. for what and that sickly bilious complexion, by taking ,Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped 800 805 S,5t..FleweDtmS..l030 3501.....Clyatfs ...-1023 620 615 Wp.ahtngtozzIi.O, WaintonD.O.! AtlaatatJs.

I Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug.. I :Hands, Chilblain., Corns, and 8 10 355 ...._Kirfcwood.... 10 10 610 May 2, 18.91. _
was past; would criticise his gbtfi, satisfaction guaranteed. lOc,25c,50c.; 815 400t.... Einiore.-... 1005 605403t : --- --- -..-.. 4- ---- _. &
..... ... 600
all Skin Eruptions and positively 817 Tacoina. .1000
,
.# halo and claim the fit n0t 820 4 10 f.... Taylor's..... 055 555 .

right, or in land 'of peace : Th (Chicago Tribune asks: :ur 1I Piles, or no pay required. It 825 835 425f.t..Mlcanopy..TuscawilU........ 950 940 543 550 THE POMONA NURSERIES .' .

to perfect sat S!37 430 t.Lake Sirnoni on.' 9 35 5 40 HEW CAT .'
leaders is give
|
the
will guaranteed OnO
-'. ,,. lament; he could not"brawl> and "What party : 842 435t....Hlckman.'... 930 535 uooue FOR lO 7t0 o ..

fight. Let the critics go, there do?" : Why, they will stay at isfaotion 1)1 money funded. PrIde 847 852 445t 440-t..Southside., ,..Dungarvan...... 923 9252./ 530.') I WILL BE READY TO.KAIL IN OCTOBER.of .

it and ,box. 902 I 500t) ......Irvine..... 910, 515 _ A-
25
is a place where they will feel l home; and 'spute about cent, p-er .... .... ..Fort DraneAr.am ,..- .... .... p) Oc party writes si fo"VUl our 177 ...

at home where good Flori- when:the war is over they will For: sale at J.. L. Gaskin's DrugS Arpm.. stations* Lv.ato. ,LT.pm levi.: yw-j>l< ie se-4'me*COPT of
no t.-telegraph : __ ____ eK Tlubl Jfwnny Ca'alot I ki a C.IS.t.
____________ .
stations.J. "
front and J.-t1a:;
the ;
Jinoe toured It. ted Jnt
all step to.. relieve tore.If. '. I *O mny
dinn, pan ever, ever co ne.7 J! BUNCH Gen.Pass.: Agent. tkiiga la it that I 4. soldiers of,the V,J, HERLO G. Gen.Man. __ "
Times Union and Citizen. ; the responsibility ______ con.
you ,waut to be miserable, I m OIar.DewJ'" Catalogue win coIa<* alt tl e
of the victory. i
COO4lutun.ofthm&1vtts1eveb.ide
4 IDU7DC"
i think about yourself, abOut -F ones. F.Uy IJUttrated wl-h many new t.
'MiOICALTRITMIHT' nratocrcpUc VScwra We .ter a I.UJlue of
Skin Diseases1F Dent Tobacco Spit ud StaoXe Tear Lift .111'.'. what you want, what you like, -_- ,-D- Fruit and Ornamental Trees an4 6hr aHtpiei
To quit tobacco easily and oreter..be xnagr ...fx>m>U1I tamtlar. Catalogve?re. AtUrut
to
*- neUe. fufl of We nerve and vigor, take No-To- what respect people ought ( j THE GRIPPING BROS. CO. .
the speedy and permanent o:f ,
r cure thaI makes weak men ,, "ta. Pr.fttabs ,
Bac,the{ wonderworker ; and what' people .
tetter salt rheum and eczema, Cham. pay you, 1 ItOUXXIZ3. XUCCtlKBT,HA.
p rNs..tbenaPl&Jlthtl' TOHOXA
All druggists,Mo or fl pure guarn-
strong. .. ... .
berlaia's and Skin Ointment is "" of Charles ----- r ---- -
Eye teed. Booklet .and sample free. Address think you.- King- 0 Ofl T TRIAL '\ I ,
- -
,I without an equal. It relieves the itch- Sterling:jRemedy, Ca, Chicago IJew Tort '! l -- --0; ::

lug and smarting almost instantly'and ley _ -JOB: PRINTINGBring WE: HAVE NO AGENTS r
its continued use effects permanent A (jerman has invented a To Any (Reliable Man bat ahip f/csi onrjricrr. fJJ'.r.oq"
cure.. It also cures itch, barber's itch, C.A.ST03l..A.. Mirrekms "pp'Unc and one Imrnlh's rmudl" Hip U'I-i P'wbOidal
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, ', neat little brush for the hat, Beantha Tla Kind Yoa Hats Always Bought Of adjunct rare pnyKtnt.power will by be the sent foremost oiitiial eompanr,vukout la(111:1 U.e ; it to THE ADVOCATE office I\,. where frt0t! for tolb.x.uUuatoa...ys If Mf;Pa&l.* ..

chapped hands chronic sore eyes and has wire world in the treatment ot mn we..broken.til*- f-'ctoiy. J':') ....."" .
whic1i bpattacled i .
lids. a spring Mthe44. coara$:cd froia eSaet of exce.ei.worn'orer- WE CAN.DO IT '1/> .' -.- C.-T-r1. #fJc5!': .
,granulated, work.Ac. happy Biarrl-ce rccarcd.aap1ete! rttnratloo !lAS I4E4MThI4ra.'i'.
which WANT IT.WHENVOUWANTIT -A
I to its back by or veiopinenl of at! robust\ canditioTha '!. YOU C"U .,:
Uaa of this off"r U Jni1ted. No c. O. 1). '\
AQ
:Drradj' rendition Powders for it-is supported in the crownof j ,::ro-Io-tsac for fifty Coats.Gaaran choree; no ; horsed are the best tonic. blood.purifier \.3ed tobacco habit cure.makes,weak ERIE MEDICAL,tn 63MAOARAS1'.' I < TRY US ...ms! $3 w. Pt:':. .-1."F..C.....",..c,......

.- acdveraifage.; Price, 25certs. Soldby tIlt liat'hOn not in use. ,OWl'$trolli'. ,blood, pure. 60!:,IL AU dXUggta.4 LU11. BiFALo; ,N.Y. 'h'_ -'- ,'"
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{ LOCAL-GLEANINGS I. Douglass: and ITIcLcod.Starke PERSONAL, NOTES.Mr. )Ir.- N. ,D. "VVahiwfigUt' has: .. r'-- -

... \. has a new" business firm. ,. V. R. Prevatt-visited Hampton ) the Meae r tn properly purchased on :t ...,-P-'.... :..s.,.,z.,..,....... ;:; ....."o"---> '-S'';, _.'e-''n:'7. :m''''S''':-;t--:;-.. ,_ .
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GATHERED i J.j V r. Hodges, Geo. A. Sunday. ,- Pennsylvania avenue. and wuFluove. -

BORHOOD.CITYANDNEIGH- Douglass and D. J. McLcod have Tax-collector Byrd, was'In the city i in a few days. :

formed a co-partnership under the ,yesterday. Miss'J4. Sadie-. Poorer-, who' has. beenspending ?:C-AS.HB-tJYERJ

.ITEMS PERSONAL PERTINENT &PECULIAR. firm name ,of Hodges & a taw weeks in this city a ,",_ ,
Douglass Mrs n. T. Richard:; of ft <' \
: Waldo is -
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of : _
guest Mrs. Dillaberry, left Friday _
MdLeod "' "
and will continue the sitinsin,: the. :
1 1I business ...ity.Mr. .
ilve?
i Old papers for sale at this office. for Oak. AVe are closing out our '. .

I Blank I'' heretofore conducted by :Mr.IIqdge : Malcolm WilU: returned to Mr. Lee Hoffman has moved from entire. stock of. . __ .. ,
1 mortgages for sale at this s alone.: The new firm is Jacksonville Thursday. < '--
the Hillary cottage in East. Starke to .
office. composed of three of Starke's-mos t : Mr. "VWB. Alexander, of Hampton the'residence formerly occupied! by .

r 'Mr. N. B. Hull -has just received successful! business men* and\vill. ;,was on our streets Friday., 4 Mr.- A. Steinecker. Dry Goods, Clothing} Shoes Etc.

a fine new Crescent bicycle. without. a doubt, become one of Capt. H. S. Grimes spent Sunday Mr. J. L. Robinson who is: representing ,

'Oar soldier Bradford county's strongest business with his parents in this city. the Equitable Loan and Se- In fact everything we have in _

boys had target concerns. Mr. ,IIodges, the Mr. Joseph Thomas returned froma curity Company, of Atlanta, left Sunr stock, and \ve will sell goods
practice: yesterday.afternoon j visit to Belleview day for High Springs. .
,
.. senior member of. the firm, has .v.. Thursday. ,

'D on't miss the excursion Irind I and[ been in i business in this city.f the Capt. Burrin, of Lawtey, was in this Mr. Collins the night operator at it Prices 'That fill/ Surprise Our
place, has his People.?'
the moved family into
basket picnic to morrow.'] past twelve years and is termed by city on business yesterday. the Jones cottage near the High -, .

-As this ii the season for everyone as one of Starke's most I;i Tax-assessor Epperson, of Lake School] on Walnut Street. ; -- ... ''
excursions ,
y
Butler, was in the city yesterday. :,, A visit. to our storo will con- ', '." ''.'.
what's the matter with Tampa energetic and successful business Cot. C. L. <<' '; ,
Ii Peek. made a business vince you that we- mean just l'i >
? men. His co-partners, MessrsDouglass :i Mrs. Griffin and sister;of Hampton, trip to Jacksonville Friday. The \i>, _" what we say. Respectfully ... :.
_. _
were shopping in this :
city Friday. Colosel: ..
and McT od are Brad says that the Jacksonville -- .y -
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The county Commissioners and i fordcounty Messrs. B. J. Farmer and W. E. people are a little exited over,the tfar. I S- "- !*
boys u ao came to this
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6 hooll board: are holding meetingstoday. city a few years ago and entered Duncan, of Bartow are in the city. Mr. Wm. Agin, a steady young f N/W. HACKETT :: : f

into our business circle. They Judge Malphura preached an i in_ knight of the anvil who works''' at ,

.. Evangelist Lee ha' e. worked faithfully for theiremployees ,Cresting[ sermon at- Hampton :Sun Cummer's?: log camp near Baldwin, Starke. Fla. .
preached
an and was visiting .
have been success 'day. relatives in this city

interesting sermon to the men last : ful in every respect. They now Mr. H. Wynn Sunday ..... ." .""' ._....... ...." .'" ,",. ... ., ;;. .
well-to-do .. ;
,_ Sunday afternoon., find themselves connected with one from Sampson, was a in the clty farmer Sat Miss Ella Hendriokson, who 'ha ; :-'.___.-,.i.I--"- r." .-. A"O. :! a j,._-,.x't....>> "fe__'%SU>i"....._AI.._.SS-iS..-'_s-e.p.;;;

Blank turpentine land leases for of the largest establishments in this urday. .' / been spending the winters in this ...- -...- -..-...- _._ --- -

sale, at this office. .If you :want part of the State._ Mr. John W. Simmons, of Sanford 1, city, the guest of Mr.\ and Airs. IS" W.
wM W M* i *P" Hackett, left
any come and see us. Troops Pass Through. was visiting friends in this city Sat in Ohio. yesterday for her home
... Five urday. 0L! CANNON I SAnd B2QMlli! 'r
Messrs.: B. J. special trains
Farmer and "W. E. carrying :Miss Mr. Roll in Reaves, one of La- 1

Dun an hare sold out their stockof United States troops to Tampawere : In Starke Ruby, the Brownlee of spent Sunday; Crosse's prominent citizens, was in
Miss
guest\ Murla
:
stationary Bartow run over' the F. C. & P. R'y. Weeks. f' Reaves the city Saturday and Sunday. Mr. every shot is directed at 4
Sunday. attended the tent
; The first train meeting
came
There must have been nothing Mr Levy Dyal, one of Hampton's SUndayaflernoon.. I

less than 1,000 people at the; tent through about 5:30: in the morning. prominent citizens, was in the city Mr. F. A. Scott
The train consisted of 15 coaches,. ''FrIday. left yesterday for (JHIHPRICS !JL
meeting last Sunday night. all The Poughkeepsie, N Y., where he will {
infantry. next two trains Mr. Jerry DUtch, who has been enter the Eastman College. Fred i is --:-: !

': The Military boys are expecting followed within an hour of eachother. vorking} down South, has returned to one of Starke's most popular :young We have a large stock of goods.....

a telegram every moment from The second train had 12 Starke. men and everyone wisbe him suc on hand and -'
I -
Tallehasse ordering them carp of horses Mr. E. \ cess. ti
toTatnpa and mules forth C M. Iceman, of Jacksonville,

The A, S. R. & G. will run a wagons and calvary and 3 passenger was talking business to our merchants How to Look (Good
We Most.Sell
Saturday.
Them
of
Regardless Cost -
'. big excursion to Burnett's Lake to- coaches of. troops. The Good looks }
are really than
Mr. W. L. more 7
Drigger of
Jackson-
morrow. You should not fail to third train followed in 4o minutes skin *,
ville, was in the deep, depending entirely
city on' business on a
and,:, consisted of 14 flat cars loaded So come
.go. along right now and
Thursday. healthy condition of all the vital \ ,
with wagons, etc. The next two take advantage of the . x- "J' ,
The If ,
the
council organs. liver is
city met last night trains Depuly SherirJohn Bennett, of inactive, '.,,
and transacted regular business. came after dark, one at 7 Lawtey, was in the city on business you have a bilious- look; if your .i-"'" ';.

We will publish the procedings in o'clbck and the other at 8:20. yesterday.Mr. stomach is disordered, you have a Bargains We Are Offering '1 .
Thq, trains carried 500 colored ,y? ;:
Friday's issue. troops N. W. Hackett, our.-merchant. dyspeptic look ; if :your kidneysare ,

About seventy-five Cubans passed One of the men traveling_ on the yesterday.prince, made a business trip to Waldo affected, you have a pinched ( Vie will hereafter do :NO credit v";.>::' \1,

the fourth train got left and had towait look. Secure good health, and business, consequently the good "
through city yesterday bound for the last train. Mr. E. L. Boring, of Richmond, you will surely have good looks. 7
for Tampa where they will join'the' About 500 people assembled at Vr a., was among the Visitors to this. ."Electric Bitters"'is customers will *not have to pay _/ -
Alter-
a good
t the bad
accounts.
.. of city Friday.
invasion.
the
army depot "and chewed the troopsas itive.. ancl Tonic. Acts directly r.

_, Yesterday Sheriff Denmark ;sold is they selected passed through. If Tampa Dr. Larkey, nam ton'g prominent the stomach: liver and kidneys, JOH J OUR SEGMENT 1 ; '-"
as headquarters for the physician, was iu the city on Lusiii -
a wagon in front of the court house, army, troops will pass through lucreregularly : ess Fridajv" purifies theblood, cures pimples, .

I ,lt belonged to Timmons & Roper : Mr. Chas. blotches and. boils, find gives a F. CU OMEnS I
? Eddy, a prominent cit-! ,
and sold for good -
350. I zen of Wal.'o! was in town on business i- complexion. Every bottle "._ Right now and get the l benefit> of' .
Sunday: School Workers... j guaranteed. >
Sold at J. L.
... The schedule of the i Saturday. Gamins'Drug .> the bargains :
Tampa The Bradford County Store. 50 wo are offering. A .. '3. ; .
train No. 10, going north has been School Association Sunday Mrs. McCormick.\ of Gainesville, i is > cents per bottle. fine line of groceries as well' as A.*? +
Executive Committee
changed from 2:10 to 3:17: p. mAll ,visiting her daughter Mrs. W. E :Miss Louise Pinnell is probably every thing else in stock. ;'. "
"r will hold their first meetingon Davis: in this city.
other trains ran on about the. c the first yoimg lady that Las been
Wednesday, May 4th, at 9:30! Mr. F. N. Holmes: of the Hodtfes
manager
same schedule. admitted to the bar to law Douglass & McLeod;:
practice
I '" a. m.in, the parlor,of the Commercial Waldo Ice Works, was in the city on in ,
The tax sale of town property Hotel. For conference and i business Saturday. Florida. The :young lady .
mentioned is the Trabv.. Sternberg & Co.'s old Stand a
... took place at the court house yes council regarding dividing up the Miss Helen Richard left Saturday charming daughter
._
terday morning. Only four pieces County into districts and for Waldo where she will visit relatives of Judge E. A. Pinnell, of Bron- ,.,.. ., ., I
appoint .
.
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were'bought by out side parties, the ing i officers for same, also arrang for a few_days. .. son, having passed through Starke :?,-., .......--... S'G'......'-. :; .o"..._............. .t-.......-,.,...P'--... """ -"''''':'"1--''''"''--'-..'-.-- .'-1I""".J.

town, retaining the remaining 11 ing dates for grand Sunday School 1 Mr. R. A. Turner and little daughter yesterday en route to Jacksonville I THE C. B.
Mattie Miss Pinnell ROGERS CO.i
pieces. rallies to be held, inviting speakersand returned to their home at passed a very |
LaCrossc
Saturday. tv
creditable
Deputy Sheriff John Bennett of [preparing programs :forsame., examination and*. is now IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS ,. ii
The Mr. E. Parcehill, a prominent business a full fledged "Col; according to i j ::r.A.c=co.L:::, =' W.
Lawtey, an eted Oliver Vickers following names compose the man of Atlanta, was in the city the law of the land. \
board of officers and __ Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Etc. E
last Saturday on a chargo of carry ixecuti"eCom'mittec on business Saturday. u 0-t ..Meal I

in; concealed weapons. He was : Jag. F. Kicklitcr, Mr. J. 'V. Hodges, progressive I have .been a. sufferer from ,t SOLE AGENTS: FOIl Our business confined to the lt ,

brought before Justice Gardiner President, Starke, A. S. York, merchant made business d_ trip to chronic diarrhoea ever since the jS! Falrbank Canning w. lion Brand trade onT Orders from con- IDf -

and-$5 and costs. :Lake Butler, vice Pres.. Miss Alva .Macclennv last week. war and have used all kinds ol / Canned Meats. sumcrs neither: solicited nor de- (fl

.. Johns, Secretary, N.;' ii. Hull, Mr. G. II. Jones, one of Callahan's medicines for it. At last I found /l\f sired. rf\1 '
I Mr. S. M. Alvarez 1 had the misfortune Treasurer, Executive Committee, influential citizens! in ; | Quotations Made
I was our city one remedy that has been a suc- Promptly On Applicatioll.a
!" to sprain his ankle Saturday L. C. Hull, Chairman Starke on business |
,V. II. ; Saturday. cess as a cure, and that i is .--....... .-.'""'........... ..............."""' . .,,,,, .,
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afternoon He Bailey, Sampson T. R. -- .P.t: "- "- -.t I
was riding ; _- ::1-1.-: .-.
on Ilod ?}Jr. Chas B. Oat returned home Chamborlan's Colic,. Cholera and ** '* .-. .,._
yes Cot C. L Pock ._
Ins wheel when the chain broke Mrs. J. %T. ,i 1 ,
Saturday from
M. Trnb a pleasant visit with Diarrhoea Remed1". P. -
} Mrs\ Lidden. Officers :F. Gnis- -
find around i friends at Gainesville.
wrapped his ankle
and :members; are expected to be name, Gaars:: Mills, La. For sale /i TYSON
Tvhich caused the injury. present, also all Pastors. Mr. Geo. A. Gardiner, our popular by J. L. Gaskius, Druggist.Our "
The Justice of tho Peace, made a business

] closed.strawberry Not more season than is 15 virtually or'20 Many old soldiers now feel the :.trip to Lawtey Friday.Mr. Military boys are all anxiously LIVERY( UiiJLjlixiliJL/ / FEED STABLES .

bushels effects of the hard service they Joe., Dowling, a prosperous awaiting Governor Blox- I ,
are noshipped from here
I endured during the fanner living near Lake: Butler, ham's orders
war. Mr. was callingthem into --
dail- It is said that Starke has Geo. on: our streets TuesJay >>> ) ST.A.RICE, FL.t4-(
S. Anderson, of Rossville, camp.The Company now has
shipped; berries
more this
than season York| county, Penn., who saw the Mrs. E., E. Canova, who has beenvisiting more men than they have ever had
any place in the State. friends
- The'' bard 'st kind of service at the home Saturday.in Jacksonville returned before r and will probably -go into I c I Kaio a Specialty cf toeylng TmefiDi Hen t td Points in the Country.- .
people of this is now ,.
city gave a fronfy frequently troubled camp 75 strong. The boys are
]picnic at Crosby lake last Saturday. with rheumatism. "I had a severe Messrs. Geo. Douglass, and D. J.
drilling twice
MqLeod: visited regularly a week and 1 SEcor
About their old home in D-HAND! HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
200 people were present and attack latelhe says, "and west, Bradford last week. almostevery evening they have -- -- -
enjoyed themselves dancing and procured a bottle of Chamberlain'sPain .
target practice.Last _
Mr. A. S. York, one of LakeButler's : IF'
Jishing. Baisdcns Orchestra furnished ;Balm.It did-somuch good '

.. :". music, for the occasion. lliat jl I would like to know what tbd city on popular business:young Friday.men, was in week Sheriff Denmark r

you ,would charge for arrested John Frank (colored) and All Jdin Oil- r
me
r.,"' < Alex Mack, colored citizen of one Mr.G. W. Britt, a prosperous tillerof'th Security e
Sthis dozen bottles." Mr. lodged him in the "
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;, city, captured quite a curiosity Anderson [ soil from the Water Oak section county jail. 1

1 ist week in the waxy of a box turtle, wanted, it both for his own,use ,_ wag on our streets Saturday. Frank had been going abont the ,

Tho turtle was captured his and tb supply it to his friends Mr. Win.., Ilodsoi ,"one of Jackson streets of this city acting strangely, '

: ,gt in North near and neighbors, as 'every family ville's prominent and successful busi- talking very loud at times and For Sale By ,
place Sturke and I
: had the should have. bottle
a of it in their -
ne ,s nipii, was in the city himself
Saturday making
fionspicnous
.i juune of F, II. Allen, 1855, carved hume'' not only for rehenmatism, gener-
:;;: on its back. bat lamo r back, sprains, swellings, MM. Geo. Tompsett returned home, ally. The Sheriff concluded that JF. P. cl\iURRAYf\ Grocer'NOTE -
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,7 .' cuts, bruises! and burns, for which Saturday from Melrose where shellnsb he would lock him up for safe :,.
': "We notice in the, Times JiiUll it is unequalled. For sale by J. L. for a few days visiting friend.. keeping. -"

; mid Citizen that Mr. B. G. Depart G'askins: Druggist., Mr. W.' S THUs; and Master W..C. I- REDUCTION IN PRICE ,

vruo lived here' several Hicks; of Waldo, were in the city There is to be'another picnic at -
is in Tampa and is a member years ago of, In pite of the hard times Starke SU Hlay. The young men came down Crosby Lake Saturday"after next. i Ol: e GalloJl. 5 oeD..ts;

conth!u',,$ to build ': Several a-ti";thcel. .. Ir : ''iveallo:
:. tfce 17lh regiment. It will be remembered up Crosby lake is a splendid; place for : : ,s O cexz.ts.

!r; that Mr Dellart new oases have lately been addedto Mr. J. S. Griner the prince' of a picnic, as it is so near to .-n. The \

; splendid base ball pitcher. wasa lIe several different parts of the town and .strawberry was' among, growers the visitors from to Theresa this: city;:; people have! built a large pavilionon _This] is the] best Oil sold in the City. '
will be
more built
toM the l>oys who belong to the in.the Satz,flbr ... the lake sida where dances can Gall
future. and
near Mr. S. M. Alvarez j I examine stock of
Gro-
: be had and there is abundanceof my
: an
raiment that when he in I Mr. Johu
was | Ward, one of.,Ward City'spoliularyoung ,
will
:Starke:; m 1SS9 he won with a picked son have a handsome cottagein I gentlemen, was i Inane ,fish'iu the lake which are. easily !i leeries.- guarantee prices as low as:

aim'from this city 25 games out of the!|Alvarez addition, winch will city Saturday. Mr. Ward says'that can,,ht. r any i' : and tolicit? -
trade. ,
; D'i' add to1 the ) T .. your .
-any body.remember the beauty of that neighbor tbwj y-'ung men of W ml City'and rrln'&taonr K '
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I UoweVlth ea 4rets.. .
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!!tl//.rante1 : __, :: I II hood. :! htiite surfoandlug countrywill organize a Cnnrty Cntfcsrf'c.' core eon fp:1tifflJ roicrer/ } .
rJ. SATISFACTION
gu 'c,25j. 'I:C. ,
C.C.taU drasststs refund money. ; GUAR1iNTEED-; .

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