The Florida weekly advocate
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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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
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System ID: UF00086620:00142

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Official Directories. COUNTY: HAPPENINGS Wariiig Against the Devil. WARSHIPS ARE OFF. positive that absolutely no FLORIDA !rHATTERS.. .

tr. -. - "Must I be carried to the risk will be taken. The coast .
STATE. skies on flowery beds of ease?" I must not only be clear, but '
Secretary of State J. L. Crawford.; I INTEREST. No, I think not. You are too Squadron> at Key West Sails Admiral Sampson must be WEEK. -

r Comptroller. H. Reynold I dead religiously, for abed. sure that he can convey the
Treasurer. J. B. Whitfield. Under Sealed Orders
; ." Attorney-General Wrn. Lamar. Cleaned, by' Our Able Regular Correspondents.i Then, you believe in war so transports to a landing with- Gathered From Oar State Exchanges: ;

Commissioner of Agriculture, L. B.Vombwell. i II i : strongly that had better out accident and keep the ..
:: ille. Official ,from Dewey Says theN coast defended until the Over fresh '-:
& Superintendent of Public Instruction take a hearse.' -" Report armyof 30,000 pounds of :
>y.N.Sheats. !! |E. H. Paddgett, received a occupation is able to hold it.
; I am not referring anybody Stars and Stripes are Floating fish there sold in the Pensacolu:
SUPREME: COCKT. supply of new goods this week. .
Chief Justice, H. F. Taylur. '' personally,_ but "just insinu- Over the Pliillipine Islands. markets lest Monday.
Justices, Milton H. M..bray, ;F. B \tRain is needed here very bad. reference" the old HONOLULU, April 27, via San
I.I ating a as
Carter; I r Francisco.' 4.PresidentDole About ten thousand crates ot
.. COUNTY. Vegetables and. crops are said The Army at Tampa is Heady to May
State Senator, A. Crosby. t- I preacher : Move at 'a Moments. Notice has sent a long com- tomatoes are daily being shipped :-
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Representatives L. D. Wall" .nnd*,:E.. thirsty.I I I While the rest of the boysare ,but no date has been munication to President Mc. from the Manatee section.

P., Ward. ;I I S. Austin was in ourtown off shooting at the Spaniards Fixed for Sailing. Kinley offering to transfer the
Tax Collector. J. C.
Byrd. I The Grand Lodge Knights of
:, Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. Monday and left for Jack- I have decided to load KEY WEST, Fla., May 4.- Hawaiian Islands to the United
". Treasurer E. S. Matthews.'' !. States for the purpose of its. Pythias is holding its annual
sonville. with heaven's dynamite, 10:40: a. m.-This harbor is
.Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. up
with and to furnish in
I war Spain meeting Jacksonville to:=day.
':' "Weeks. i of firea Rear Admiral
Sheriff; S.B. Denmark. ;3\fr.\ E. Long, of DIlddl burg; and by way experiment again empty. the American ships of war in

-Si S County Surveyor, R..,F. Ensey. was visiting Mr. B. H. Powell few shots at the war-devjl[ in Sampson's fleet has sailed and Pacific waters with large The Tampa soldier population:

&: Superintendent, F. D. Sbell. of Public Instruction | Ttiesclay.Messdames, ,' the church. the situation is one of renewed quantities of coal. supplies", and increased to 10,000 this week,

County Judge,J. B. Richard. 1 i I Lain of the firm belief that if expectancy. ammunition. This action was but the boys will soon start for
Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. Alford and Bessie '
the Executive after
6, Geo. A. Gardiner. '. I I can'lust. succeed in driving There is a strong impression taken by a Cuba.
jt:County Commissioners,JutfgeTiimIm I Knight went fishing Monday the war-devil out of the church prevailing that"'the next news secret conference of the
., Dr. E. A. Todd, 1N.\ Blanton, and' back well weighted. Hawaiian Cabinet,,, called to State Superintendent Sheats
,, :, ft J. .j. Crews, D. W. CJyatt. r, I i came and keeping! him out, that wars of the fleet will tell of an discuss the position" to be as- is preparing the papers for the

it CI-tY. ; I Snakes are getting very will soon cease. For the important engagement of the sumed by the Government to- examinations for teachers, to

Mayor, A.T.. von Klrn.I I numerous around here. Mr. bloodiest paths, the most cruel same character as the Asiatic ward the two belligerents.WAR begin June 7th.

::.. Clerk Assesaor.V.!:! George W.Gardiner.Sweat. \:I N 4a11 Butler killed a rattler desolation, made in our country squadron's Manila victory. NEWS EPITQME. The Florida, East Coast '

Treasurer E. P. Duncan. : last week with eleven rattlestend during the late war, was made Until then no'interesting Revolution and civil war
Marshal,J. P. Benuet. | Drainage and Sngar
Company, '
'_ Ni ht Polic--, J. N. JonfS. one button, and a good by preacherwarriors.The developments, are expected, threaten to winde Spain in their .
Aldermen F. B. Morgan Edward deadly folds. Rioting and anarchy of St. Augustine, has been incorporated
._ others being killed. the in
are most intolerant
many despotsand except possibly bringing
W. Hack-
Hiddletun. J. M. ruby, N I have spread into many under the State law,
ett and J. W. Hicks. : rulers of earth have been of new prizes. The exodus of
I Mrs. Knight returned hdme martial law has been
provinces, with a capital of 2,000.000.
.. -. Church Dil'cctory.I"I Wednesday after a visit.of two those that" co-mingled religious naval men, after a brief return extended, and troops fire upon ,

*i. weeks here. fervor with earthly ambitions visit here, has been the only bread rioters. The democratic primary elec-
She was accompanied -
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J. A. ,
Presbyterian, Hughes pastor.
I' Services every 1st 2nd and 5th I Sun- by :Miss Florrie and political strifes. It seems incident of the dullest day since Unconfirmed report says. that tion for the nomination of ,

; ... dB)'. Pra3-erme2tliig: every Wed s- that the religious element in a hostilities opened. Where Sampson, after fully coaling candidates for the various
day evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday Al orcl.. II-Kniglit expectsto his battleships and monitors at
t 4 } school o'clock.every- Sunday morning at 1)) teach school here in the man is the permanent, uncom- they have gone is officially Key West; has set out under offices will be held in Marion\

future. : promising and enduring ele- unannounced, but surmise is full speed to seize or destroythe county on Saturday, July 30th.
Baptist, Rev. G. T. L 1tner, pastor.
in his nature. And the plentiful and varied. The fact station at. Porto
.. Services every 2nd and 4ih Sunday. ment coaling The tug Kate Spencer of
r PrayermeetUig '1'hurHby'eJ i; Ilamplosi. qualities that .make him that big battleships and Rico, after which he will set ,
lug at 7 o'clock. Sunday!school: overy very Jacksonville, has been chartered -
Sunday morning at 9:3U o'clock.;] Prof. T. ,;B. Hartig, of Lake: cruel and unrelentint in carnal monitors coaled to the fullest out to meet the enemy's fleet
4 .... : the The small by the Associated Press asa
high sea.
"""' Methodist, Rov. J. A. Ilendry,' pas'tor. Butler, attended the ice cream warfare make him the devoted capacity before steaming awayis upon
Services: ever ySuuday' morning cruisers have. been left on special dispatch boat and Id
... and evening. Prayenaoelina. every supper.f servant of God, and willing to taken to indicate a plan occupying blockade} at Havana. now with the war ships at

.4 4 Sunday AVednesdayevenintj: school every Sunday at 7 o'clock.mipruI Mr., Reeves, of Gainesville, has save, instead of destroy, his considerable time. Signs of activity at Tampapoint I. Havana.

., q ing ut U:30: o'clock. returned home after visiting enemies, when clothed with The Cuban* blockade is still to an early movement of *

Episcopal, Rev. F. R. Ilolernan.j hisi,friend :Mr. W. II. Jones. spiritual weapons.If rigidly kept up by the smaller importance, depending upon Babe Redford has been
elergyman in charge.: Services every events as they transpire.Some .
2nd and 4th Sunday afternona43'3O: after. I have fired a few cruisers under the tern porary. sentenced to be hanged and ,
Mr. S. F. Conner, returned .
o'clock. Sunday school every Sun- I command of Converseof Alfred Redford wili.go to the
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. from a pleasant trip to shot it fail to "raise the devil, Captain Timely ol'ds of Ad-
that I mistaken the :Montgomery. penitentiary for life for this
Christian, no pastor at present. Tampa. He left AVednesdayfoul I shall rejoice was vice.
Prayenueetiug every Wednesday 1 and cease to fire. ; AWAITING DEWEY'S REPORT. Since local murder of Henry Hays at
.vexing at 7 o'clock. Sunday school \Cedar Key. our troops are
every Sunday morning at 9:3Q' o'- It is of little use to preachthe \V ASAINGTON, May 4. A soon to encounter the hard- Phoenix last year.

clock.. Rev. Malphurs preached gospel of "peace on earth sensation teas caused throughout -'
three able and ships of military service in the Fritz, the the young son oC

\ Lodges. interesting and good will toward men," the city by the news that open field some few words of Rev J. B. Hawk, '{)f' Melbourne

Stance Lodge No.' 34, K of P. meets' sermons at the Baptist church'1 1I while the war-devil rules in the came this morning of the arrivalof medical advice may not be burned himself quite

every.Thursday 7 p. m. .!i Saturday and Sunday. church. what was taken to be the amiss at this season : few since
-* W. E.,DDXCAX_ C,!C, !, badly a days: by
\\ I Mrs. S. F. .Conner, left From the questions the sol- dispatch boat McCulloch at
J. R. DAVia, K. of R. and 1 b.: !i Damp or wet underclothingshould upsetting the contents of u

Bradford Lodge 1'0.42, F. & A.I M.. 'V e dnesday for Fernandina, diers asked me at Waldo Monday slurs Bay; forty miles from be changed as soon as bottle of carbolic acid.

meeting every Thursday:; before i the where she will visit her cousin it. seems that many very long Kong, the cable terminus.The possible, and never slept in

i *. 8rd Sunday\V 7,p.F.m.MALPHURS!, W. M. Mrs. J. M. Ghuves. small '"machines" will be Ministers at once took on under any circumstances. Cot- The State troops have been

W. N. MEACIUM, Sec. i and -woolen clothes next to ordered
: ton to fill out their
in the "ma-
necessary war, the air of expectant waiting for
May Lodge 1'0.10, I. O. 0.F.,meets Messrs. Vernon Jones and chines'1 known as "cork- news from Commodore Deweyof the skin are the safest, particularly companies by enlistment. and.
every Tuesday 7::>0 p.m, La "; son Wynn, two of Hamp the woolen ; linen shouldbe
L. W. KICK LITER, N. G. screws !1" the battle of Manila, not especially avoided. report to the _Governor by the
W. N. MKICUAM, See.S ton's handsome young men,
12th inst. The will
I: feel like the Spaniards and only on the part already told In matter of food, heatingand troops be ,
r.. ', attended church at Starke Saturday -
.* Americans, ought to have their by the press, but telling of stimulating articles of diet ordered to Tampa next week,
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. night. and drink should be partaken where they will be mustered
eyes opened, to see, and feel what had happened after the

-VTISS S, E. SWEAT, Mrs. :Minnie Timmons has like the two small boys felt, cabla was cut. of only at the evening meal, into the regular volunteer
and then only moderately
PIANO TEACHES, returned I to her home in when they were playing "war." Bulletin at 4:45: p. m., says never in the day.time.Vhen army.J. .

,.. STARKE, FLA. J' Brooklyn'' after spending aweek They were lashing each other the report has been received.It nightwork has to be done, Albert Bethea, exMarshalof

Latest meth s. Special attention gh'en I with), : her cousin :Miss with long switches ,in a way says that Manila surrenderedand such as sentinel of patrol duty, Lake City and a highly respected -

to technique. Arply for terms Q weenie, Beasley. that only boys can stand-and the American :flag now the men going out',or coming in I i citizen, was shot at

S A L. SCOTT, M. D., I The people,I of Hampton whowerit that only in play-when the floats over the city., should tolerable receive strong a small black quantityof coffee about 11:30 o'clock Tuesday ...

-.. PH1SICIAN AND SURGEON, I to the picnic wish to elder threw away his switch ARMY READY TO, GO. without sugar, or with very night at his home on Duval

.':"... STARKE- FLA. I I: thank the people of Brooklynfor saying: "Let's quit this. It TAMPA, May 4.-The army little of it and always with out Street, by a party unknown.The .
", :, ;1',' -" I l hurts." "All right" said the selected to milk,, which in tropical climates wounded is
proceed man badly
-" ;:r.;;; Office at GaskliT Drutf Store. !; ;j the interest they took inmaking corps i
,':"v"_* IL I : I us enjoy-' ourselves. other. "It is not serving the Cuba with relief for the recon- is apt to produce diges- hurt but he will probably
'" : i- I dash of
',.f L. STEWART. M.D., I] i 1k rd." Away went his switch. centradoes and form junction tive derangement. A recover.

,, EYE; EAR, HOSE AND. THROATsTARSE !- The ladies of the 'Christian And joining hands they ran with the insurgents is ready to good the rum coffee or will other do pure no spiritsin harm,

h ... ,"-",?\LA... T i|'I'( Church served lunch and refreshments gaily away to-seek better sport. .: embark. TIle infantry, artillery -! and a. soldier should always be The railroads are, now hauling.
.' --- last Thursdayeveri-} : wisdom large quantities of freight to
\Vhat heavenly they hard
with bis-
of the provided some
1 ,, and calvalry arms
OOce at StarkoDrogCdSi
,-,"" --- '.- I ing;i for the benefit of the Sunday i display d. Oh! that the regular service are well supplied cuits in his haversack to munch Tampa, consisting of provisions

i T ATE PO1VELU M D., i! !!, School. It was ,a'success American and Spanish soldiers with ammunition and whenever so inclined. hay, grainetc., for the

PHYSICIAfl; AND SDRGEOIiSTARKE both socially and financially.. had as much sense and wisdom. provisions, and await only the Where troops are encampedon army there. They will'also
rivers creeks the drink-
i or .
,'0 FLA. \\T'ar.. "hurts," and Christianscan word to When that will soon begin the' transportationof
,'' Messrs. S* F. Conner, Henry go. ing and cooking water shouldbe 000
400 tons of coal to
Over thirty years ant Children.experience Office la Stark Diseases,: otWoiniu I Tin berake] ,. Jim Beasley, W. never "serve+ the Lord" by be given no one can tell. Oneor taken invariably from up. from Alabama, .and

Drug Company.TTVR. : ; .>, H. Jones, L. P. 'Wynn R. R. going around with "carnal" two events must occur be- stream, and never below or shipped
I in the immediate of Georgia mines to Port Tampa
.J. O.HAYNES. : ':j Rawlins' Tlios. Cason, Mes- weapons! to destroy that which fore the. authorities. at Washington vicinity .,
I Jesus See the camp. The quality of the for the United States fleet.
a DENTIST, :: ,1- dance Nellie Conner, J. C. came* to save. can give the final orders. water for drinking purposes

STARKE FLORIDA. Luke. |6:9.: Especially Luke First the location of letters patent incorporatingthe
", CasonMisses. Queenie Beasley 0:5-1!: -50*. 1 Pet. 2 :19-23. Spain's can always be, determined by
Office at residence oa Beuta Street''i and Bertie ,.I Cason, enjoyed a Tins; is i ? shot Ko. 1. Yours : Cape Verde' fleet must be ascer-, the medical officers and there Centeral Curing and Pack
Teeth extracted: painlessly by means of localauastaetics. -
reasonable.charges.AU kiud ot dental work Code' at: deli1 itful picnic at Brooklyn, waring' against the Devil, tained. If it has gone to the nothing g related to the hygieneof ing Company of Tampa with.

Tuesday There 'was also] a 1 :; W. E. DABGIIERTT.r Canaries the army, of occupa-. an excellent and most refreshing $25,000 capital were i issued this
drink the march
,'E.BUGG :. ganie of base ball between LakeSide .1 tion ma 'leave here as soon as on week. The Company will:
: r -O.c..STOB..4.: .' and should be carried, when-
1 JLAttorney and Counsellor at' Lai l and Brooklyn which Be&: ,ilo Kind VQ1J Ha'18 ileac Ght Admiral Sampson sends word ever practicable, is the soldiers' grow leaf tobacco,. snp;.ly] seed

STARKE, FLA. i i I resulted in: a score of 11 to 2 8Io"LI.t.ure: klha .,$--fL. that he is in possession of ,a water. The great filing is to, to planters, buy and sell leaf

Office' at* Keslfleace: -03 Cbe nry Street." 'Ii''<: in fp-cr l of Brooklyn.) Froni 4, :i tf rA place to land the troops. IfSpain's see that the materials compos- tobacco, cure tobacco:, and ,

v i l'' o'clock until 7 a nice dance was I : -state convention of populists warships start on their ing the food and drink of the manufacture, ana sell cigars,
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RF.. j -..CIVIL ENGINEER.. .1!| en3'3'ed. All Seemed t2.iajoy will be held at Ocala on :'westward.course they mint be soldiers:in while such engaged a climate in operations as and cigarettes. The incorporators -

COUNTY ',C URVEYOR.ot toe !' nice boat riding 'as they I the i 31st. inst. Jt.J '> t met and disposed. of before 'a that of. Cuba during the rainy are Louis F. d' 3tu'lIet, -

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-Florida' Semi-Weekly Advocate,1,,: For; the'Asiglo-Snxon: : : ( Race' v \Not For ,Everything:' t ** A: For. The War. 'l-l, -.,- ,I" ,- l- .>/ .

... I" Broihers{( '.ure perhaps more But if you have kidney, liver or I The ways and means Com -

PDBLJSUED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS! apt' to| quarrel than strangers, "'bl 1 Iadji2*erE trouble you will' find_ mittee has very'wisely abandoned AN OPEN LETTER .
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-AT- :' but -tl ftris seldom any g\yarnp-Root;; just the remedy you the
STARKE ..- FLORIDA.Entered ness in i their quarrels; and itfer-1 need. People are not apt to get:I on tea and:coffee, against which To MOTHERS. '-

at the post mce at'Starke, Florida:,' is no nation under heaven that anxious i about their health soon t the world has protested as an WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR RIGHT" TO .
.as second claws mail matter. If "not THE-EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE
""'I we Britons, would. like to see. enough. you are quite additional and unjest tax upon "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK. -' ""

DOLLAR A whip the United States, unless wellj"! or "half sick" have"you ever universal necessaries, the burden Massachusetts
ONE thought' that kidneys I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis, ,
YEAR.jr your may
;and then under of which falls the .
now great upon :
I be the cause of your sickness _. was the originator of "CASTORIA I the same that '

TEXAS R. HODGES. provocation we feel as thoughwe It'is to tell setting aside poor. -
| easy by has borne and does now bear \ on every
would not mind itourselves. The committee to
doing purposes
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR I your urine for twenty-fourhours; simile &&ffi&c&t wrapper.
the fac- signature of.
In time of peace raisS the money required for
sediment indicates
L A a or settling an This is the original ICC A STO R I A" which has been used in.
: and prosperity there may be unhealthy condition of the kid- current war expenses by in- .
Advertising- rivalries between us; there isoccasional.international neys.. When urine stains linen it ternal-revenue taxes on beer, the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. .

, as Our consistent advertising with rates keeping will Iw up as a good reasonable news t threat-, is evidence of kidney trouble. tobacco and patent medicines, LOOK, CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is' J

issue paper.a clean It Is,the attractive purpose newspaper of the publisher:with only to ening |and .jibing, because we Too frequent desire to urinate, and by a stamp tax on commercial the kind you have always bought rf ssf4tT- on tM ..

KQcti a proportion of advertisements as will have both got our share of scanty supply, pain or dull. ache and legal papers and and has the signature of & z&ffl&&K wrap- a ci
Insur hat all will be seen and read;and none
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will fools; but times of national in the', back- is!: also convincing transfers of stocks'and bonds. per. No one has authority from me to use my name except l f

be uniform and will be made known on appli trial misfortune the dominant proof that the kidneys'and bladder It also tax PresidentMarch .
cation. or, contemplates a on The Centaur Company, of which Chas. ff. Fletcher is 1;
need _
-y Britons is that doctoring. : cent all cost- '
-- feeling( among telegrams, one on
24,1898.l .
There is satisfaction _
in knowing .I i
A heavy Dewey( ) fell around the two nations are one people. ing not more than 25 cents and v .D..
that the great remedy Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot
ifanila Sunday and it had the Their .blood, their traditions, two cents on all above that

fulfills wish in
every Do Not Be Deceived
effect of cooling the hot Span- their history in great part, their relieving weak or diseased kidneys amount.It La-

ish blood. characteristic virtues, and their and all forms 9f bladder and-uri has been decided likewiseto Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting ;

characteristic! faults, to a great troubles. Not only does. tax chewing-gum one cent'a a.cheap substitute which some druggist may: offer you '

Dee is at i nary (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in? .
selling a good pricein ,extent are all ours. Apart Swamp-Root give new life and activity package ; bottled waters, gingerale ,.

Havana: and right now it from the merits of the quarrel l lbetweep to the kidneys-the cause and domestic wines one centa b n redrents of which even he does not know. "

would pay some of our Florida the United States and of trouble: ', but by treating the pint, with a provision that The End You Have Always) Bought '

ranch owners to go down-- there Spain it is impossible that men kidneys' it acts as a tonic for the bottles of water containingmore BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF

and open... a market. of British blood, could ever entire constitution. If you need a than one quart\ shall not ,,,1'f'

wish tp' see the. people of the medicine you should have the pay more than two cents. ,; two -1.. ;;
A Topeka girl visiting in '
United: States "fall into the best. Sold by druggists, price cents on express-packages cost- ."' '"'r;:' .:..'.
Atchison who desired to post ,cents and dollar -.,!-' "
fifty one or bj
iof -
hands \ Spain. American ing not more than 25 cents, and t' .**: "- .*
up on the navy went downtownand mentioning the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY .- <
ctiplomacy is rough and it is ADVOCATE and three cents on packages:: costingmore A .'.. .:>..' .:>.,;0.11'.,.1 10,,
purchased a of "Ships sending );
copy "
possible that the awful calamityof than that amount and 23 Insist } ; .
That: Pass in the Night." your address to Dr. Kilmer. & Co., on Having ; t'

war might have been avertedby Binghamton, N. Y., you may have cents per thousand dollars: face I .
The Kind That Never Failed You. .
a sample bottle cf this great discovery :
Three large powder mills diplomacy of another order, value on all insurance policies
; sent to free by mail ,
you ; ; NEW YOHK CITY.
have been blown up in the : but the end in view, the upon receipt of throo two-cent except accident policies. ; "
United, States in the last ten, termination of the reign of hor- stamps to cover cost of postage or This is rather a complicated :,,
f the bottle. system, and one that will call
days. This looks very much ror in Cuba, compels our sympa
should for considerable
we say, a -IfOR- J
us if we have a few Spanish thies. Spain's methods, ofcolonial The bribery charges against increase in the number of :

spies floating around the country government are not Senator. Hanna have not been officials. It is a pity'the whole FIRST-CLASS 'JOB: PRINTING : .

methods. of amount cannot be raised by a }
our Spain's way dropped. They will to Con-
incomes above .
tax on S3OJO.-) f
is not and all .
fighting our way, gress in a contest against his;

It is now Major General Lee our sympathies will go with the taking his seat for the full New York 'Yol'hl.C.A.STO. FLORIDA?: -SEMI-WEEKLY i 1 ADVOCATE. 1
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and no braver man will lead the _
brare soldiers 'and sailors of ----------- --
a term commencing on the 4th oJMarch :Z.A... >
Stars and Stripes in Cuba. The Ths Kird You il2V3 .-
AJW3VS BOL'jhtSignature
free people fighting 1 for the : next. He is now Bears tha 0 0 ," ,
appointment of Fitzhugh Lee / .-#:
cause cjf humanity and strug- serving. out the remainder of ct v.fr WE PRINT '..:
to be |Major General is but a '
gling t6 extend the bounds of Secretary Sherman's. term

fitting tribute to a great and' freedom, ;.-:Montreal Star.Making senator. The investigating as Take To Ciiscarets Cure, Cani'ipation CuiJ.v Githnrtia Forever Me or!!.'1e. CARDS. TAGS, ._.*T. ;.
1 It C.C.C.fail lo cure,druggists; refund money CHECKS, LABELS -
good man.Wonder. committee of the Ohio Senate _-=---J! ___ ___ _. =__ __'__' t -
IIG. .
His Job Last. BLANKS, .
what tha Spanish i will make "a partial report J,' F P. McMTTEEY\ ENVELOPES, CIRCUJARS ;.,. 5 5STATEMENTS e.r a-

The of San Louis Potosii
before the of the DEALER BILL r
adjournment HEADS. E : l_
think of the "Yankee
Pigs"now. i hall that will be
building a Legislature and be authorized NOTE HEADS LETTERHEADSf i
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13y this tine they must ,the eighth wonder of the world. IFI1NCYGROCERIES *
to prolong its sittings to get the ETC., ETC., ETC f (.
think us full hogs and I I
grown Seven dozen skilled ,
years ago a testimony of Senator Hanna -- i "
when Sampson meets the Span- -I IEEI'- '
stone-masons from Pennsylvania and Charles F. Dick, the lie WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT ,.. : :, .
ish fleet they will think some- i\ere imported to do the ornamental publican7 The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.TRY / ;;' i J
Committee /Skilled .
thing else. Printers, ,: .: f ;{
"**,-' carving of its front. chairman, who have so far ME.- -

One Fourth of July a member of refused to come before the REQUISITES 5=- jGOO j cl Paper, ?
Governor Bloxham is rather ,
the party got drunk, and killeda committee. That does not -TO- i { '.
slow iu calling out the State .($ r esseG" ,;
speak very favorably for Mr.
Mexican in a barroom brawl. Successor to Andrews&Middlemen.PKOrRIETOR :. > \ -

troops. The boys have been lie was: tried,.and condemnedto llanna.States.STATE 4)rGOOD WORK: \Taaa >, te : ",. '. :
for than week OP .
ready more a
be shot. Then arose the OF OHIO, 1 .

and some of them have: resigned Certainty that with him in the CITY OP TOLEDO > CS:? Starke Livery Feed and Sale \\And
positions awaiting the LUCAS. COUNTY. ) \ -' 1.j
grave there was no one to do (
call to arms. FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath :

the fancy carving on the City that he is the senior partner of the STABLES. : WE HAVE ALL THESE. .eE: : i.i. ,
Hall.' It decided to -
was keep
The politicians have been firm, of F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing "
him at ''work, and shoot him NE.V Arm SECON3-H.W3: BUGGIES .'I TERMS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ,
trying to start the ball rolling business in the City of Toledo
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when ho had finished. Office in Postoffice Call and See Us
in the --- -
week and -
past but its no go. County Stato aforesaid, and '

Poor political candidates-your Every day, in summer's shine that said! firm will pay the sum of THE ,\ "f

little dust and winter's snow, this work- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for .
raising will excite DO YOU WRITE 1 i ;

little notice. There's a bigger man hangs like a fly againstthe each and every case of Catairh NEW-.YORK. WORLD IF so WRITE RIGHT *- ',

white wall and that cannot be cured the of .,; ; .
band uagon before the people. great) pecks by use / --

away at gargoyles and griffin's IIAu.'s,CATATITIn CUKE. THRiCE-A-WEEK EDITION. ,
,. .I ".. !r'.,,
The American prize fighters l heads. A file of soldiers standsin FRANK J. CHENEY '!.- i, -' vs ,. ., .-1'..r-
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have the street looking at him. Sworn to before me and sub- wry .,:1'r :':'k:;
scarcely chirped since the up 18 Pages a Week '. : ,' .
,. opening': of hostilities. Somehow His life!; ends with his job, scribed in'my presence, this 6th ':, '' i

day of December, A. D. 18SG. 156 Papers Year : .J .. ...,,.
or other their dense intellects and they say that he is the 'i'. "" ..

,have become aware of most deliberate .workman ever 5 SiAL )> A. W. GLEASON, FOR ONE DOLLAR. : ! I i Public.Hall's .";
Notary 'i
the fact that the government is in the Mexican Republic. At :;, t

looking around for strong, able. the present: :rates of progress, Catarrh Cure is taken internally Pcfclislied every Alternate Day except Sunday. .t ...

bodied men who can deal according' the best obtainable and acts directly on the .
blood and mucous surfaces of the The Thrice-a-Week Editionof ..' --'t;
national knock-out blows. calculations, the front of the .' :. -, ,.t"1 1i1
TIlE ]J\aw YonK WORLD is
system. Send for testimonials
City Hall will be sufficiently free. first among all "weekly" pa- I am Sub-Agent for Bradford and Sure-:

Thegovernment's necessities scrolled and carved about F. J. CHENEY & CO.Toledo., pers in size, frequency of pub- 11

have: already: caused the expenditure the middle of 1950.-Chicago : 0. lication,- and the freshness, 'roundingCounties for this Celebrated -. ,;. .

Sold by Druggist, 75.Hall's and of its ;
of variety
large: sums of Times-Herald. accuracy Typewriter < t .
which will Family Pills are the best. contents. It has,aU the merits, : ... !
money benefit some -t- >

of our industries and help laborno A leading Denver lawyer has Special Notice. of a great 8C daily at the price. Cant I Sell Yon One ? T. R. HODGES, .. .. .
I of dollar Its
a weekly. political J
little.: Orders for 450,000 : been debarred from practicing The office of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY is SUB--AGENT. HY ,
news prompt, complete, ,, ;"'<
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federal courts for apply- -"'- J :
yards: of woolen goods, for 1- ,ADVOCATE is now equipped accurate and impartial as all its I ::

400,000ards of kerseys and ing gross jepithets to one of the for first-class job printing as it readers will testify. It is f r-;;; uto seou rsu ..c st btsEr+.. .;J '- i'IA kts

750,000 blankets are a few of judgesin brief. Her expresses has never been before. We have: against the monopolies and for The WOISZiI! BEST BOW & ":') .
1Uan Y' items that might be surprise over the' fact that his added to! its equipment! in this department the people. t ". j the World's most friendly sm'de are -
\ ,
} I It prints the news of all the l g .. fl g always ready for the well-dressed S .. I'ft
mentioned.The }language) been resented, as new, presses' ; new type, world 1 f 0 t l 1' '" man. There's no mistake about A I
having special corre- ,
IIQI 1 only Deferred to the judge I and a line of stationary suitable I r i this. Energy may miss its mark. Talent f :.
t i spondence from all importantnews : ': a-begging. Virtue itself'nuy die '
whole country is cheer-1 incidentally as *'a calloused, 1 1I to any kind of work. W.e can points on the globe.. It i A ., i; may of neglect.go But there is always welcome 1- \,

ing Admiral Dewey and the I cool, judicial liar, the tool of 1!print anything required, :and guarantee has brilliant illustrations, I V k a and measure of success for good clothes. 1I .
: If
to ;turn out work that will I youuish to'test this bit of Philosophy
brave fellows with him foe: corporations." i iI please the most fastidious and .stories by great authors, a capi-.i 6 ,':. j just order oneof, the elegant suits of .1 .

their splendid deportment and S I i' critical pf patrons. Don't send tal humor page, complete markets 11 C GO.

their magnificent work at The oldest emblem of royaltyin : elsewhere fur,your work};bat ,giveus :; l departments for the house-i i M. uORN i _,..-.: _
existence is the iron crown an opportunity to show yon t hold and women's work and r w THE GREAT- ,

Manila. They have taken of; the Lombards.! The .inner what we can give y>u in quality,other special departments of: i- ,:,i Chicago Merchant Tailors :.: .

their places among the heroes strip of and prices. unusual interest. [ i ;''F'a '". .i;!:jl::J slow prdactla mrt acted rcrrvkir for cfoic 8BstcilaJ. '
tradition ; offer this : ",' 4.I ,: .aeat it..4'.1I1a. ndstyle. pcrr.ct.y-t.-aata .
who have made the fla r of the \Ye unequaled M
bUnion ",was !beaten out of one of ..The:11'department has made t A r 1 r' A "BORN" salt .f datku U s pu II'
and Tu FlORIDA
known throughout the t newspaper }; part U ties VttU't fritadibljt ,. ,
the nails used at the crucifixion. an allotment of $25,000; for the SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together .- A PERFECT FIT 6BABA1TEED. -
world as the ensign of proud : f A ........ -- ,300 Selected Pattern to order ironu ?Jw ijll.
most distinguished wearers complete equipment of an.army one year for $1.50 Ii -- tau I -

patriotism ssst.T .-- and unconquerable1 tIt .c been Charlemagne,- hospital? !; at. ,Key/West for. the l.Tbe regular subscription I. ::1'N O ES1 '; ''

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Preaching..Qfall A Genuinely PopularLoan. RAILROADS. .I
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.: the disgusting nonsense Thoj revenue bill as passedby CANDY r'
i we haveTread: in a ]longtime : i the: ?' house makes the com FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR R. R._ :4 T ; .

l's. the sermon of a Revere/! ip!Hrbdnd' issue even more tru- CATHARTIC I New Florida and Northern Air Line and.. iolida Trunk Li '*""'. !
"c" y.
:Mass.; preacher takes; the lead.! 1 lra". popular loan. than was "
f 12ISlfcL: .4: _
ft;' In .a discourse on the destrucjtion ;.1
of the Maine, he ...attriliufccs -'j are,prpvided for at denominations __ I IJOe' 31 I Daily 40 !J 33 .I, XORTIIEKX FOISTS.202p 35 ,I Dail1 t ....... I _-" .-' "
Daily Daily aft y I D..iI\. : : ":- '
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3. Da1s'inaaly
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the disaster as only a retribution as .low. as $25. t, I_r_ "
'L CURE CONSTIPATION 400p ...... 815a855a ..... 800P, v.Jactie ,...... .. ,
for'Captain Sigsbee, At. that rate every citizen ...... 445p ...... ...... >!Lv.Yuiee..Ar.: >'flvl..e..Ar ....., 9I54.- ......, :tJII: s .... ..
...... 520p840p: .:.... 93041029a ;....., 91S: !Ar..Fernandina.. Lv. ...... 8o0::. .... : : 'uj....
; who he says, attended a bullfight who earns ; man ...... .. : .....,101{ ..Everett.. ...Ar. .. .... .....17(1 IS:ara ... .ii J '
wages, every 1 g ... ... 750p ...... ...... '_....,1.( ..... .....Brunswick*....Lv.,.., .6501...... .., .. .1 .Vi..I.1 [ ..."..m' /, ;>.
in Havana the Sunday and woman: who deposits mon- ALL .. .. 8 Sip ... ... 121/p.I2US! ,..... ... .. 5a;....- i I.. TU .I !13CII....." *'_,, Vlt
25:: 50c .... ...... 500p1218: ......1214aLv., ...S vaannh..Ar.i! _. .. 5 )at't=-M 4 RiJHF'l ......1..t.--...-;, >j'';' '"
-lr ceding. ey in': a savings bank can DRUGGISTS2S3.. ...... .. '... 8S3pWOOp! !...... 2 lOaiAr....-!':urtax. S.t>..,. ''Ss; :::.::: ..
1 ...... ...... 24-'pj......, 2 Ma ..,Denaiaik.S., G.Columbia.S. ..LV'I",I"3..... ::::ai : ... .. {I.....f. ;.'
Just,what process ofrcas ningeould.arrh.o afford to become a creditor of h.... ...... ...... 9 3Sp ...... 6aia .... ....Au ..ta.Oa.. ,-.. .. "'''/....:: .. ...... ..' .,: F,
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.10pJ.14.> ... C... ... .. ...
at such a conclusion the Government with security ...... ....;.' .....'. .'. .. ... ....1 133a 3 ".Spartanbur S, C., ,": 1.af..I 5301.1i jrisi;;_. ...u....\\'Y.... r
LEtN1:1:7eiL: SAJtf ? ....:. ...... ....- ..... .. ... 145p915.i .. .Asheville. IfTC..Cbarlotte.Na.: ... ,. 505p10001H.. 4". .:i.. ., .. .. .., '
; AVC. cannot imagine. that is absolute. And h ....... ..:'... ,.. ... 820p!.. ,. .... .. .."...t'! ... .......9Sr\ ............. r
... 93<5p 1047s .Sulisbury.N. C... ..:>. t4 tll ......i Y 1: I. ;.
Had Captain Sigsbee been at when : the great mass of the ..... .1U3..ip2 lOp ..Creensburo. N. C.. .:37p : 7tr,;, ..". .. .'.."_. '. ,
...... ...... .... .. } 'f.
: 12 UOp ...._., 130p84up a .DanvlUeva.: d Sill1. .. '
:such\ a place of amusement and, peoplq become bondholdersthe Lairjcy, Fla., ...... ...... .... d Wa, ... 6 .1....Richmond"\4.-= .. "'r....' .. UODa405p{".. i l2; I tfJ.: :"..'.".: w, r
.;;'... ...... ...... I 58aL. ... .1..Lynchburg. Va.., '". ...... ; {... .Mua:r"...'.".y ... .
been gored by ono'of Spain'sgentlemen nation will pe strcnghton ...... ...-.. .... .. 335a..... 5 Sop .'... .Charlottevilte.'Wwhinjrton. .'- .. .. 2 .. i I .V>nt.CINCINNATI ,.. .. t.., "
:..... .:.... ..:... 6 4a ...... 923p:: '* .: .. .., **' ..... .ii 154..i013a1... "I.... .
1 cows, or an assnssin's ;:, ed to an extent very much LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. ..... .... .. .. 8XU( ...lI25. ." ... DaltillQre. ... r. ....' 942. ....\ 9 2.! .. ..... ,y .": .
.. ... ...... ...... 10 15u: ..... ... 25 a623A .....PbUadPtphta.: ... .. 1 s&1 6,1; .... ..... .. .. \
stilletto, .there might greater than the proceeds of .. ... ...... ..... !...... .. ework.: .. . ...1211\1\ ...._ 3t IpI. ..... ...... '_
-- ...... ... ......ltH3p( !... .... 3 Oip .. __ ,.....Bostoa... ... "I.... 5,1111,......I.' uqt .. ,_ ....
.have bee i some reason in such the bond sale can represent. Finest Turnouts in the .City :: :,
I: Nos.1]IN 0Daily SOVTn A;.: >> WKST: N, s..: 'th /
dissertations, but for a preacher Thej' people are the nationin -- -JACKSONVILLE.Miicoa. 8& '31( t7.oRIP.4A\D5Y1r: f-. & M 6& .

a who professes to love God this country. It is their Drummers1 Teams on Short Notice Draying a Specialty. '. C.ha.uanoo.Cln. Atlanta-, H. I': .Daily:'.-.'.I! 755aLv..Fernaadina..ArrN'vt1p, ORLEA S. l Daily?1!Dal y
g ,
'old keep his commandments privilege to furnish the money c. Toledo: Detroit Chicano .. .I: 91la Lv.. C.iJluhau .... -\r;.. r 4uf4.
c ? ? ? If9.J > 923&. Lv ; 30a 3i.5i _.
-,-o ,make such idiotic utterancesis needed by the Government Prompt attention given to all orders.EST Z J: ville Cleveland.Louis ana St.Louis. Z 'A pj 9553: Ar.. ..JackunviIaetrl. Baldwin.: ...Lv' 64.ia: ;|! 3140

_, _, >_+ -A'" __ __ ._ //111), :.9j,) IO.i ". .. ..Starke., .. 5 t Su! 210jri
beyond for of : ?alI: -101WaJdn.. ', 435': ,
comprehension. national ---- -- -- : r 5u1
purposes IS I5ui 1 SUJp.Lv..Jacksoavitie..Ar.'sSS !a.40p| .. .. ',1215p .....Gainesville ." .... It
The congregation who listing defense. N .. 10 290110 HpfAr.! .....Everett. .. ...Lv.440p : 1S3I CSOpI ..i! tt 10p ,. .Cedar .." .. .. ..! :1F.i'
; : : : ss :; z'SS3.- 0 3QM....Macon.. .. ..' I lOa 8J1laf f ....... .... Key.."
[ ai.35a
to such criminal ignorance, I LJ .745j....> 5 520a;; ....Atlanta... .105....p .o-Q.I 20..13.:; tl9p .. ..Hawtnorue.. CUru ........ 34ra1.3p:JWu.l' ; .Ii'JI

1 E. W. DIXON & SON D .. .. .. 950a aIv.\tlanta..A" chattanoo a..Lv.. t ISp-lO a'a; .. j J 1 11 1' ."....SiIVOcSalpa L." ..1.{ .....
ncvitably reaches of two 55a, 2(dip; .- :11):1'1J ..
1 one : : :
Skin Dise'as'es. .....' 730p' ...Cincinnati..... 8 Sdaf 8"' 4 10a531a. 3 top ......WlIdwn"" ....- ta1o5.t
;" ':onclusions. Either that their Ou 2Fl r I l3: }. ....... LeeMxin...'.. 11 tit fI fps
mnister i is a fool for the want For the speedy and permanent care of Q. ;1 .6It'l.t:\, 5::Op' '. .'.Orlando .... ... 7 lop![ 8uare
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cin.. 3 -L'PI 5J7p Winter{ Park ..- .35tlp.1 7'Wa;
.)f sense, or that the God berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is .r tl 190 and 190\ Duane St., New York. p. S UJa1351P: ". St. Catbfrinc.,". 11 :'tJa.: 9 22&
.. 'I cinnatl and Cbicago.S 533a700a' 4 lip "......Lacooche-..'. 105;:'&I 911a I .
\vhom their mothers had without an equal. It relieves the itch. u .. E 353x 4tp::; .. Dade City..1 tu2Ual( $2s

them !lug and!'smarting almost instantly and Southern Fruits SS I v..Jackunvme...... .Al'l UlOdtu50uamj II I. 5'Ji/p ""..-..Plant.. CitS. ....". .H.. .l,I v L:'u ,
MugJit to worship for. its continued use effects a permanent g Vegetables Specialty.We 8 13\mLy.00pm .. ., .... avu.nnah..Ar 8 lOa 62Vp Tampa.- :top! 1l1JI\ -

His loving goodness ands.aercy'isas cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, n .. 15aUlIAr. .. .. .Columbia ... ., Lv 1 2 47am 'ONLY THKOUGII PULLMAN SL'F.F.r:
; scald head U Matte a Specialty of Strawberries: anil leadtcs I 11 :'')amL Ar' ... .. Spurtanbure..1.v: : SSiipnJ BETWEEN JACK80NYJU-E
pore nipples, itching piles, m 1243pml : Ar. .. .Iende uvllle..L\, OlllJ NEW ORLEANS.
devoid of these Throughout the Entire Tern
1 chapped! hands chronic sore eyes and :D pm Ar..A.bville . Li 20T.pm1140am i
... the granulated lids; 3 [ 3 a.pm Ar......Jlot. 8 rings..L\' I l Na':2No., 2 WESTKKK DIVISIO.X 'N.K 1!
ittributes ,
: as hungry National Bank New York and Commercial '
yenaivho q: TIEFP.REscE.-Irvil1g: r ;.'I.pmAr..Knox'illle..L\ 25am DallyiDilly J : A: DNEVORU'Vaily j

.. tears and mangles little Dr. tadj'g Condition Powders for cch Agencies n 7 4 .Vwtr.40.in. '. Ar..Lexington..Li\r..u: nc nnatl..L' I 1013p 7 30pm -j--Slips Jj 9:23a Lv.. Jackson vllle.. A r'!'.-73iii: i'-...", .

Children. horses are the best tonic blood : DOh:: ST I CO 830ainLv.= .....Cincinnati; .,.... G IOFOp,1123a Ar..Lakeity..Lr.. af.: pt.! ..... '
purifier N LVRITr: TCIL S"J: <13vLb.::;Z. s.::C. .All tJOpn 13'pJ13P! ; ".. .Live Oak..... i Slap; ... .
.... .
and Price 545pm; Ar. .Chicago..Lv 9 wain ".. .. '
vermifuge. 25 cents. Soldby 2op:: 1 I-Ip Madl'>OI1.. ." &:'Op......
Can any sensible minister Big :Four. .. 40al 235p '.....Monticello...." :1 UOt' ......
30amLv., .....Cincinnati.... ....Ar 35pm: 6COJl) !| :SSOp430p "..Tallah ee. .... !,21lp!......
contend that he is serving Much was said before the -A A. JOHNS 6 Wpm Ar..Chicago.. .... .. Lv 8:roam 8 "a "... ..Quincy ..... I i t I0p! !. .....
,_ oDllnl oute. 5 15p "..R1verJunction..ll.JI.P. '.. ... .
God when he thus slanders beginning of hostilities about 9Wam'''| v..Cincinnati..a 0 UJpm1000am I .IHnal. ..,'1100 p... .Pensacola.. ..** 7 "'kt.
\ ---STARKE FLA. Wpm Ar. ... .....CMcajfo.....:.'iLv ...... 3(Yea: ".__. ...Mobile.ZOa" !,/: |.?*.".?
and maligns Him? The the wealthy men of the coun- Penn.ylvania. .. ,; 740a "..New Orleans .," {j1.tip!...... ,

irect of such preaching is try using undue pressure toprevent is and Groceries KANSAS CITY, JACKSONVILLE, ST. LOUIS> LOUISVILLE JACKSON.VILLE. : 'j

to make infidels and, 11eal etuivtiee.turs r .Staple Fancy Y
only war and Wall St. :No.35: Nui3 .
8 ..7....Jacksonville......
: tOpmlLv.T .ArtAr :4: a ml
cast: into utter darkness the rated of 8 00pm Lv.10l4pir .....Jacksonville. Ar. S."warn630am 1011pm .Everett.: ..... ....Lv n3l'.uJI
as comprising a body Country Produce Ftc. : .... .... Eve\.ett..Lv. 300am '* ..Macon.. ........ '. I,JU.ua, .
:lives of those whose early tin 'inciPleJ: sharks .. who 530am ..........Atlanta.... .. ... 10 5.1pm{ 5:)Jam .... ..Atlanta .. .... .. IO-Joil'lIl.: .'. '
1 4 1 "- m* II 4::>>tamAr..Birmingham . .. 4 15pm 95opm .... ...Chattanootra., .. .. 1Hl.D1'
training brightened their pathway thought of secnritics and 930pm "' .. .. ... .. .} :500pm ,...,...Lexington... .... "IOMall: ,
only When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a 10 HUm .". ..... .. Memphis..6' IS 73>pm7I2am .. ....Louisville........ 74iatt" '> ,
with hopes of reward not 'oft the country's honor. Call. I will make it to your advantage. 535pm ....... .. I : ........St. LouU,.... 1J1;. uiNos. "

from* the same God these The rich men, however, now o :31, 33, ;33 and 37 make connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick !2.U, noon 7.isl
--t a..m,,8:00: a. m. aid. ';:5;) p.m. respectively
preachers are depicting as wo;se, that fighting is about to begin, Remarkable Rescue ICAILItOADS.F SLEEPING CAn SERVICE. ...' ,
i ban beast. Journal. Nos. 35 and 38 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati ; '
a ; are not' found( wanting. Here Sleeper via, Ashevilla. .
I Mrs,. :Michael Curtain, Plainfield Nos. 37 and sx carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
is Mr. John Jacob Astor, who P % P with 8 and 13 and;5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers:: between Jacksonville and Tampa.
The Yellow Fever in Cuba. has tendered his personal ser- I'll., makes the statement, ut SHORT LINE No.No.33. 3(5( carries the Cincinnati and :Florida Limited. This is brought Jacksonville by; _

Gco. T. in Dumb that she caught. cold, which settledon Close: connections at Cincinnati St.. Louis and Kansas City for all points West and South. ; .. .
Angell vices to go into the field, NORTH EAST 'WEST Nos. 1 and 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Orleans Sleeper.
-'Anim ils her lungs ; she was treated fora tDaily except Sunday. eD:sly except: Saturday and Sunday. }Thls train does not rim -
says: besides: offering the government Monday. JSunUay and Monday only. ;Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg Manatt
"In view of the fact that the of* and month by her family physician, DEPARTURES AKD ARRIVALS CF TRAINS RIver and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer Manatee, for all points uu hlaoat.-v
use his.yacht river. AtSiarkeforLaCros.se.!: At Waldo steamer for Melr ae. Connects at Tailaea..:
r the fever jut grew worse. lIe told her she"was for Carrabelte, St. Marks, and A pll; .Cbacol:1.: Connects at River Junction for Cliutlithmu-b.t
!i robably yellow free railroad transportation on River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connects at Fernandiua: for Cumber
a hopeless victim of STARKE FLA. land Route Steamer the Islands
consump- to and Brunswick
':ill Cuba before ,
appear In a large I scale for troops. Wall All baggage wUl be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticketoffice
r tion and that medicine couIU NO-O. daily, leaves :.13 m., for all ,
no p. 202 slogan: Street as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.
--.a long, and perhaps threaten all I street is raising a "bankers'and poInts North and West. connecting at Jackson 11. 11'. CAMPBELL, Passenger Ageur. J. E. MARSHALL,
ville with
her. Her druggist suggested through sleeper for New York
.>ur southern seaports and brokers' regiment," thorccruiting cure Cincinnati and all intermediate points. Ticket Agent O"ei't Bay St., corner Hogan, Jacksonville) I Fla. j
Dr. Kiug's New Discovery for NO. 14 leave.- 5:12:/ a. m. daily for same WALTER, G. COLEMAN, General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville -
that this paper goes to every quarters for which points named above, carrying through kleeper A. O. MacDOXNELL, (ten. Pass. Agent.5outhern&.
she bottle Tampa and intermediate points to New York
Consumption ; bought a
(ditorial office in North Araer03 have already been opened.It connecting at Jacksonville with trains from I .
and to her delight found herselfbenefitted Macou. Atlanta. Chattanooga and all) points
C:l. north of Mexico, I think is snid that offers from north and wept also with trains for west. i
\ from first dose. She Florida Fensucola Mobile New Orleans, Tes- '
it proper to publish the following -, more than 1,000 persons have l\Ie'xlco-aad California points. l !
continued its use and after takingsix NO. 13 leaves H:.">a p. m. with connectionfrom I -
: been :.received" to enter this all points and divisions. Through sleeper

'Many years ago the Hon. regiment, and employers as bottles, found herself sound from New. 9 leaves Yoilc.NO !. 10::>3a.m. with through::: sleeper I'I'r .-- Dal.lwa } p,
and wall does her .
; now own connections from all points;north, west and ."" .
Casey Young, member of Congress : well as clerks are enrolling housework"'aiid_ is, as well as she all points In the state. J
For the best map of the state sleeper or
,. from Memphis, Tenn.f. themselves.-Baltimore N<:ws. ever was. Free trial bottles>f other information: call on or write to IB80I1TELT THE SHORTEST ROL'TE.THEOUGH .
D. OREl Agent
lold me that he and many this Great Discovery at J. L. q skins' -: Starke'Ia.

others escaped! from yellow Drug Storo. Largo; bottles N, S. Pennington.A. O. MacDonell T. M. G. P. A. PULLMAN DRA WINO ROOM CARS, DINING C lIt,9, >

CASTOR 50 cents and $1.00 Jacksonville Fla. .
fever, which had been prevailing I --- THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VE3TIBULED TRAINS. _, ..

to a terrible extent in For Infants and Children. ir ",
The people of the United The A. S R. ft G.R. R. r i .

Memphis, by simply wearing The Kind You Have Always Bought States are wealthy, and have I NORTH, EAST AND 1 WEST. t

sr>me powdered sulphur in'their Departure and Arrival of Trains.
Bears theSignature at faith in the government. These :
shoes. In one instancehe of TWO DAILY TRAINS! BETWEEN FLORIDA AND: THS CAST.Washington ... .
had a large number of two facts are shown in the report .- STARKE, FLORIDA. : -

HO. 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse!' ,
gentlemen in his office and of the comptroller of the. Brmkley and intermediate points. This min and Southwestern Limited -'--:
The bonds authorized by connects with the G. S. & tal Sampson ---"
every man who acted upon currency, which states that the Junction for i'alatka. Macon and intermediate And the United States Fast Ma!!. :
the war revenue bill reported points. -
his advice escaped, the fever, individual deposits in the N3. 3 Saturdays and Sundays only. Leaves .
to the house from the Ways 5:30:: p.m. for LaCrosse: Hrinkly and intermedIate CIJLT 21 EOUE3 JACKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON. :
\vhile others, who did not, I national banks now aggregate points connecting at Sampson Junction. 1!
and Means committee i ONLY 27 HOURS .
I are for PalatkaMacon and intermediate points. JACKSONVILLE TO NEW Y03.
had it. more than 2,000,000,000 being NO- 5second class. Leaves Starke 4.03 11..rotor i t -
coin bonds-the gold i idea hado LaCros.se. Bdnkley and intermediate
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"When the grip was attak- the l largest amount ever recorded points. This train is daily except. Sunday. Colld Vestibuled Tralna composed! of Latest Improviyl Pullman S1ra: 'ping Can earl Ilotcl DaTHROUGH .
be abandoned by Mlle few in the history of these in- NO- 2- arrives at Stark 12lo p. m. daily' in;;Cars through 'without change tf j WmihinrfU.n.lphia Ualtilcor.. '
almost in .
ing every family ;: !NO! .4. arrives at Starke at130\ p. mSatur. .
who entertained it-bearing stitutions. days and Sundays only. PhiJaJ4tl New York and l&o Ko&t. "-
Boston a few years ago, I HO- 6. second cla"-':. arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. .
3 cent interest, $500,000000 <
per m. Daily except Sunday. '
pent an officer to the Byman is the amount, to run Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. GEO. TOMPSCTT Starke Gen.Fla.!;upt. PULLMAN DRA\VING-ROOM'SLEEPING CARS DE- .

match factory, who reported ARTHUR MEI S. Gen. Mgr. I TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 'NASHVILLE. ._ ,
at .
from ten to twenty years, The Best Salve in the world for Jacksonville. F a. n -
that out of the number i
large :

of )persons employed there not the pleasure of the government Cuts, Bruise's: Sores, Ulcers, Salt GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. :i it t Through Sleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to .

one had been attacked by the The issue'of $100,000000 ,- Rheum Fever Sores, Totter, Chap- TIME CARD NO. 25. 'I Cincinnati via Asheville, Through! tt3 ;

grip. I distinctly remember in 3 per cent. treasury ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and In.elect on and after. Nov.. LAND OF THE SKY."

certificates of indebtedness is and 'No. 1. N.J,3. 'Uo.2 1 No. 4 I
all Skin
Eruptions positivelyuresPiles
reading some years ago that also authorized. The bill Daily Sunday.ex.Daily STATIONS. DallY Sunday.ex. Dally {i, ror defined/nn"H"n M to rate, noba : { or no pay required. It any i-eni of the SoimUJUf HAILWAT or it* connection.
persons working in the Lv. nm. Lv:"pm. -\r. am .Ar. pm
makes increases in the inter is guaranteed to give perfect sal 12) 301) t..Galnesville,... 1100 7H'

Italian sulphur mines escaped L nal revenue tax on beer and isf action or money refunded. Price 13U 127 315 310f..Minnlellili..IOM t..Cannon's x !lg.. 1055 65.1 650 I L. A. SHIPifAU-.. r.crida P 3J. Ajt, 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville, ..ria.I .

malaria that prevailed all manufactured' tobacco andprovid = 13. 320t. Rocky Point.. JO 50 645 l. M. CULP. W A. TURK, S. H HARD;PiC$
box 750 3352.: .._ tVacahoota.. 1040 Gm I ,
25 cent TntSo .
iABft: cr .
per O" Pan .
about them. I remember 800 35t..FleweUens..1034) 6:0 ? Act. Aut Gee Pas Art:, ._
) s for new taxation, 805 3 iJO t......Clyatt'::! ..., 10:3 615 Vaaaiajfton.D.C. Wa4tiiagtda. U.O. Atlanta G*. .
'ilso, in a book written by an similar For sale at J. L. Gaskin's DrugS 8103 .....Kirkwood. ". 1010 610 May 2, 1897

eminent mostly by stamps, to 815 4 tg t..,.. J.:1more...... liO 60. ---- .. .
Gorman --- --
physician, 811 405t..Tl.comil.l000: 600
the system: in vogue just after f 820 410f..Ta10r.s..95.} 555 I 1

translated into English, his 'the war fiat will, it is estimated Miss Helen Gould has telegraphed 8.5'! 4J 425L.Tu.'tclwW:1--.940 t..Mlennopy'.950. 543 50t ; THE POMONA NURSEPJES ; e ,

I assertion: that observing S! 37 4 3U t.L&ke Simonton. 935 54JS !
persons NEW CATA-
add'' $100,000,000 a year to President McKinley .. .
-2 4:t.H. llickman. 9:0:: 535 9 1898
the ordinary rule of 841 44Ot..Sout.b.de.! ..: $$125 530 i LOOUC FOR ,0I ',';
the government's: .revenues. donate 852 44.it..Dungarvan .... 920 52.) t .
health, and wearing sulphur offering _to .$100- 902 5OOt..Irvtne...... 910 515 I: WILL BE READY TO MAIL Hf OCTOBER. -, :...*-.!

( .-- ..... -..Fort Drane. ,. .... -.. 1 E r + -:.
J constantly in their shoes, were Beauty Is Blood Deep. 000, :,to be used for national Ar.am.Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm. i One party write me fotlowf.of oar tan nts.f .
clean skin. No stations Icg-u: "Will you please ceod me a copy of "
Clean blood means a t.-telegraph I your
completely protected from beauty without it. Cascarets Candy Cathartic purposes. The President has t.-t1ag blauonlL I I TaUiable Norscry Czafogne.. I kmcTa copy. but r t
hare tossed It. I find inures i .
; J. F. BUNCH Gen Pass. AgenV /. 1 > many Z
cholera. clean jour blood and keep it .by. thanked her but withoutthe .J. IIERLO G. Geu. 1oIan. I thijiji ia it that I do set*Jli to be wilJo-.Jt.j.
all .
stirring up the lazy liver and driving impurities says ti Copy." }'

from the body. Begin today to authority Congress he Our new 189$ Catalofv will contain a'l the '
Whooping Cough banish pimples boils, blotches blackheads, ; food feature of the/cctaiotruefcctidn'm t .
and that sickly! bilious complexion by taking can't, accept. He suggests MOICALT ( LTREATT new oast. Putty Illa>traied wl.k rntay sew' i.. ,
Fbotozraphic Views. We offer a foil line ,,! 4
I for ten cents. drug
had little Cascarcts, beauty :
a boyjho\ was nearly '" All .
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, I0c,25c,50c. that |;;he-in\"est the money in YrwtandUraatnenta1TreesaadStrebaadaplcd. : .
to ftottlhera pUntin CaUIoe Fre* AckrC4i. "
dead from attack of ..
an whooping 4I
a vessel and it. T [ >"
cough 'My neighbors recommended The United States has an present i ;- ; l'fcwestaDCI' M..tPrelltab'. THE GRIPPING BROS. CO., t M _

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. area of: between 300,000 and O.A. TO :J.4. i __ .... .Peach. Ur A_Souther__PflUJtta____y.___fOH_. OffA.. ....VTO, .. SI'tl3..: ._ UlCCIKnTT.. ___I5.A.- t
.. on TRIll 1 1ro ::::::. "
I did not thmk. that medicine Q -
any <) miles, of Bear tie /9 1hs Kin( Yes Kara! Always Bsagfct; Y -"-"';' "
400OOQ .
r I
would! help him, but after giving; square ;; ; a '
known fiel ds. The Signature /:t,1-#. Any Refable lT rs. \V HAVE 11QJmt ri c- rr:;
him a few doses of that remedy I Foal quantity ,
1 cfDent .c. *5; (r00 et! tUl\f;' ,
and in estimated to be Merreloti *ppIUnca eai: ens rcnth'sr.med.ei: i I K'4., ..;:...:.... pTp7i Fw... Wlp.
noticed an improvement, one ig4t.is \ J' i 4't _
of rare pu..rr will IM>t tenn-onUia4ecuAa'at cna \ ... "iN-r3 gait t.t''L'41 ....." ", i
bottle cured him entirely. It is the Tobacco Spit aDd SaioVe Tour lift lira j. adWTtapa5eut.tbthef.>r-EJOs! eiapaiiy 13 thovtirld S !i to THE ADVOCATE tile ,. "' '<'" =<, ",..- "' ,;?''

suffice sit to supply whole To quit tot&ceo 8:1U11Uld forever bolus:' eourU.d In the from treatment eCects ct cl HI'O Real r&i5n.dj-, 4. -; : '. ,.... ..,.. '.. r ;:._':_"-r'...;...I;"....".' f
1 he best cough medicine I everhad excetrrw.: worry orerwpfk WE CAN DO IT: 'f- ...c'- -.' r. .......... .H J t
( of fifteen nctic.lull of life, -
; .world fpr a period nerve and ylcor tape oToI ic. llapprraern ge.renre&erterpleterea- ,* ,.r .. ... ..
I IT. n4U7..t tI{ ?
WANT : (
in the honEe J": L.. MOORE, South! Cab,the wonder-\"Ot' er, that makes s car men tar&UOnor development ;aU r..bat conditions. ., ,. ,0.-'#:- 'io: n.: -J: ... '
itargottfitown Pa. For sale byI hundred to j two thousand strong. < All druggists,We or f 1. Cure enaruE-: I The time; no Of deeepttnn thU offer; n..uro U 1 Ilmiff'it.__.Kn Attdreoa t\ O. 11.cherae j' V/HCN YOU WANT IT j\ "1 ,:vt_ ) IT.- J.t1'i.: : \.:

; ;? ..., .L ". 1,, .r". ...'p ?! :. :r I.\l zircb* Tr i. Address: flue "tnlr. 64 NTAOAA5T.. t: :sM..rarf ""' .f ... $'l:
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:, I-Council Proceedings. : PERSONAL NOTES.: Mr. Sam Parkltill. who has been" ..;. ."" .-. I.-. ._. ,., .
,1OTSY, LOCAL .GLEANINGS, visiting Capt. Hurroaghs, returned to "aI.::;', .__._ ''-.;'_:.,:... .-' :.';_::' O e c-.c.-.1c...... "": :.
; Council met in regular'scssion llisA Olive Bay, of Hampton: was in .
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his home it Old.rl
wn yesterday.
r i II ,,withjMr. J. 1L Truby in. the chair., the, city; Tuesday. -

GATHERED. CITY AND NEIGH Others I present: :Messrs. Hackettand Dr. Todd. of Lawtey, was m the Editor Texas R. Hodges, of the To CASH BUYERS 7T.
BORHOOD. .i yesterday afternoon ,
Tuesday buhie'ss.. .
city on
The minutes of
jMiddleton/ ,
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for, Jacksonville where his attend- I '"
ITEMS PERSONAL- PERTINENT &FECULI4L the last regular meeting were read Miss Cook, of liaiiiRlon, was shopping ,- ing the Grand Lodge of Knights of -

and approved.I ; : in the city yesterday' Pythias. Mr. Hodges: is tile Grand We are closing out our .

'r; Old for sale at this office. Mr. Lodge representative of Suwannee entire stock of. . ..., , papers .... Iii Is amounting to $217.72 were : I C. O. Smith of Louisville, Ky., 0 : ,
was on out streets Lodge No. 4. 1 >
"Wednesday. .
presented and on motion of Mr. :
Blank for sale at this

office. mortgages Treasurer's Ilaclfett were report ordered for the paid.month The ofApi Gainesville Mr. Cha .on B.business Ost went Monday down to' who Messrs.have Percy been spending and Curtis the Bolton winter- I. Dry Goods Clothing, Shoes Etc.-/;/.: ri

The hot weather has caused our In this city, returned to their homein -
!sir. Rawlins, of t ':
and found was
was presented to "
to in crash suits. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Thursdaymorning. In fact have in i
men everything
young appear shopping in the city Wednesday.Mr. .
be .
correct. of
Forty-seven pieces The Bolton brothers were ".
... stock, and we will.1 sell goods ,
The colored people.'.I.a'd"a; 4cursion *- scrip amounting ,to $27 .9! were E. E. Canova returned Tuesday very popular with every one in this "

to Burnett's'Lake from a business trip to Jacksonville. city nd we hope they will decide to J JA "
yester- canceled and ordered .
.. I' X ; destroyed. spend next winter with us. At Prices That Will Surprise Our
./ ; communication; from J. W. :Mr. Ryals, Sampson's turpentine People
day..Ten \ operator, was on our streets Tuesday.Mr. Miss Lillian! Chairs and Mr. Chas
or twelve newspaper. men Sydboten In reference to street
Granger married at the Re-
passed through this city' Tuesday: work was referred to the street Morgan Lee and daughter, of. nault House:were in, Waldo last Sunday visit to our store will convince ';.
/ Clay county, were in the city Wednesday .. :- '
I"r en route to Tampa. ; committee. ., afternoon, Rev. Mickler, Waldo, you that we mean just -- ..... ..
'"Ordinance: No. 58 and 59 were officiating. The bride was one of ... what we say. Respectfully,
A number of young ladies"and"gentlemen Superintendent Shell, of Lake Butler Waldo's mo t charming and accomplished '

enjoyed a pleasant driveto placed on. their first reading after was among; the visitors to this city young ladies and the groom
which council adjourned to meet Tuesday N.W. HACKETT -a
Kingsley Sunday was a popular conductor on the F. C. r
again Wednesday morning at 8 Miss Helen Richard has returned & P. R'y.

Blank turpentine land leases for o'clock. from a pleasant visit with relativesat Commissioners' Proceedings.The StaJke. :F'la_
sale at this office. If you want WEDNESDAY'S i Waldo. 7

come and see us. J f PROCEEDINGS. board of County Commis- ..-.. ...... ......... .-.. ........""" ..... ,..,:;'.-. .,....""" .P.-.If!---.C
any Council, met as per adjournment. Mr. Newton Andrews who worksin o e
sioners met Tuesday May 3rd at ., ..
-'- --- --::-- - -- -
The F. 0. & P. R'y. is running Mr. :Traby not being present Mr. Jacksonville, is visiting his motherin .... _. >
this city. the Court House in -the town of -A f"
through phosphate trains from the Hackett was elected chairman pro

mines in South Florida to Fernan- tern.On popular:Mr. L. citizen N. Pearl, ,was one in of Alachua's this city The Starke.minutes All members of the were last meeting present. :,

dina. motion of Mr. Middleton the Wednesday.Mr.: were read and approved. Chairman : OI! CANNON I| SAnd Booiwat t r

The Victor Cornet Band will rule for the reading and proving of
: G.. W. Clyatt, one of Provi- Todd reported the bridge
play in the Armory to-night. Thisis ordinances was suspended and dence's substantial citizens, was in the accrosa Alligator Creek finished '
ordinances "No 58 and 59 to repeal every shot is directed at ,
a farewell concert, to the soldier I city Tuesday.Mr. and recommended the payment of .
ordinances No. 38 and 42 relating' Tom -
bill to
pertaining same.
boys.The to closing places of business and prince, waa in the city on ( '
tent meetings which have business On motion the Bradford County .,
of health yesterday.Mr.
protection public were
been in progress in this city for the Telegraph was designated as the .,
placed on its third reading and approved Joseph Hill, one of Lake TIutlpr.s 4
past ten days closed Tuesday legal for which the tax .
newspaper ..
as read. influential citizens, was visitingin have a large stock of goods ;
night. this city Tuesday, advertisements were to be publish -
On motion of Mr. Middleton the on hand and 'v
ed for the 1898. The -
Lieutenants Long and Living- year application
city marshal was credited on-taxes Mr. J. II. Hitch, a prominent firmer -
eton went down to Lawtey yester- from New River, was in the cityon of Mrs. Strickland to be

day to enlist several men who by double'list to assessments the amount of and$179.55 insolvent business Tuesday.We placed upon the invalid. pensionroll We 5 lust Sell Them Regarfflessr Cost. -;

wished to join Company B. are sorry to note the fact Blat was laid over. ,;
and the clerk ordered to strike .
a Mrs. Anderson and :Mrs.
:Mr. B. P. Smith is Ilagan
: suffering with an
Dr. E. L. Stewart performed a So come along right now and'o
balance with the marshal on his attac>of Pneumonia were allowed a widow's exemption -
delicate operation yesterday morning tax assessments. from taxes for 1897. take advantage of the. . .;r
M. B": Haynes! of
one Sampson's
in the way of removing a On motion of Mr. Middletonbills prominent citizens, was in the city The petition in regard to a pub- : lJ l\\
splinter from a little child's lic road leading jfrom Kew River
:amounting to $96.80 and be- Tuesday on buaiueaa. Bargains We Are OfferingVe
station to the old! Browning place '
About twenty-five Cubans passed ing the commission of the marshal Mr. Richard Lewis, one of Brook-, was laid over until the next meet- ,"

through Starke Tuesday en route as tax collector of taxes amount- er's prosperous citizens, was in Starke jng. \ will hereafter do NO credit '
:to $2U6.73 on motion of onlmsiness'l'uesdny.
to.Tampa where they will: enlist ing business the
consequently good
into the service of the Cuban Mr. Hicks was 'paid. Miss Ruby Browalee,one of Start:'e'- Many old soldiers now feel l the customers, will not have to ., t
On motion of Mr. Hicks the pay
most fleets of the hard service they
charming young ladieS, is visiting '
i army. settlement with the marshal was relatives the bad accounts. ,' ; ..
i at endured during the war. Mr. ;
Rev. J. A. Hughes delivered laid 'over until the next meeting.
Mr. A. B. Holliugsworth, Ward Geo. S. Anderson, of Rossville, -
an interesting talk at the Presby- There being no futher business JOIN'.OTIR REGIl\IENT\ 1 -
: the council City's energetic: mill man was in the York county;) Penn., who saw the
terian church last night. His adjourned. .
: city en business Tuesday.
:1 GEO. A. GAEDINKR Clerk. hardest kind of service at the OE CUSTOMERS
"What shall do. ....
subject was wo to .
Mr. Reddish
Jerry a Pl'OSPCNUSfarmer front, is now frequently troubled '
be saved? School :Qoiml: 1'rocccdlngs. fioin, the Water Oak section, with rheumatism. "I had a severe : Eight now and get the benefit of

Quite a party of young men The board met in Starke, May was on our streets Tuesday. attack lately] ," he says: "and the bargains we are of1l ring. .A ';.

( went out to Rowell lake last week :3rd, I 1893, pursuant to adjournment Mr. Vr. II. Mcorehonse, a prominent procured a bottle of Cham erlain'd fine line of groceries as well as

/ to .enjoy a fish fry and alligator: Members present were G. business mnu of Savannah, was in Pain Balm. It did so much good "i> every: thing else in stock.iode .
town on business Wedncsd:+y.
hunt. They report plenty of fish W. Alderman, L. Kicklitcr and that I would liko to know what '
and a fine time. Mr. O.!> S. Alvarez a successful tillerof Douglass & McLeod G:1
A, B. Hollingsworth. the soil from \VatecjOak sec- you would chargo me for lDO I _

The May day excursion from I The regular routine of work con tion, was on our streets yesterday.Mr. dozen bdttlcs." Mr. Anderson *.x -

this city to Burnett's Lake Wednesday sisting of paying warrants, etc., was Max Krauss, the king of shoe wanted it both for his own use Truby, Sternberg & Co.'s old stand .

was well patronized. Quitea gone through with. L: W. Kick- drummers and lately from Savannah: and to supply it to his friends ., .. ......._. ......._. ....... .
-'tf1"' .tI'f. .fICJI.P.r: .-.If'.? II' !'\ ... .
and neighbors, as every family ;> .-.. .._. .. _.._. .. .t" .. !.: _"" _. ... ; _AtrIII.
number of Starke people took liter and A. B. Holliugsworth reported was in town on business Wednesday.Mr. ?'-. "'" .... ""' .... -. -.;. .... "" ... .. 'iW.I II', pl.,." "'/Ill.,., .,S
should have a bottle of it in their
advantage of the remarkably cheap as a result of their investigation Luther LoadhoUz, one of Law home, not only for reheumatism, I THE C. B. ROGERS CO.J

rates and spent the day pleasantlyon ; of the section of school land, a tey'a progressive:; strawberry growers, but ]lame back, sprains, swellings, .

the shores of the beautiful lake. recommendation to sell the same at was in the city on business Tuesda3 outs, bruises and burns, for whichit \ 1. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS

There was also a large crowd from price offered. Hampton Trustees Mr. II. S. Story, sheriff of Worth, is unequalled. For sale by J. L. \.1. Ac:3=zcv=:='=. r rte.

other points on the road, especially county,Ga., was in the city Mondaythe Gaskins, Druggist.As .

recommended E. A. Meal 1 Etc
from Alachua. McCrite's band Kennedy as guest of our sheriff, S. B. Den = Provisions, Grain Hay, Hour Grits, .

from Lawtey furnished music for principal, Mis W. B. Leon first mark.- this is the season forexcur fr'f SOLE AGENTS: FOR Our business confined to the JJ

the occasion. assistant and Miss Olive Ray as :Mr. Madison Murrheevho is en- sions why not run an excursion in fFalrbani! CanniGgto.> Lion Erasd trade only. Orders from con- "f? t

.. Justice Gardiner i report for the second assistant for their school for gaged with the Atlantic Lumber to Starke. Should the A., S. R. simmers neither solicited nor de- !Jf1Canned !

month of April shows that he next year.J. Company, was ia the city on business & G. R'y. run a big excursion from Keats. sired. t.1}

.. B. Crews asked the Tuesday.Mr. : all its line into this 1
placed to his credit $30 in the fine board to points on citywe a| Quotations lade Promptly On Application. |

and forfiture fund with a rebate o'f' allow the patrons of Andrews J. B. Crews, a progressive\ citizen would guarantee the excursionists ....... .............-......,.......' ....... J JiTy "
of Lake Butler, the .Cf""'fIIiA. d' .c.l. .-.b-. '.''''.'6 t d..f'.1' .
school to commence that school on I was among a good time. We have a nice ''; ;;: ': ..- ,-I'-' ..
$11.43 as cost to the county for ,
distinguished visitors to this
June 1st saying that" the patrons of' city' park and pavilion where .the crowd -- ,- -
such proceeds to the county funds I Tuesday.Mr. .
., don't said school would agree to pay I could spend the day pleasantly.
Why Bro. Justices .WILLIAM TYSON
you, \ Gco. Lewis, who is
Gardinerhas 12.50 of the first month. It was. working We also have two good bands that ,
make such reports. :Mr. for the 1c.. & P. railroad at Waldo,
over two hundred dollars to granted on the grounds that the is visiting relatives in this city for a would willingly help liven up

his credit in this fund. Hurrah same:teacher could be obtained to few days. things for the occasion and we LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES 1, ;_

for Justice of the Peace Gardiner. !finish\ out the three months of the Mr. M. N. Blanton, of Hampton, could get up a good base ball game< -

Starke and Bradford county shouldbe fall term I commencing Oct. 1st. was: on our streets Tuesday. Mr. that would be interesting to our >. ) STAIIKE, FL t..-4**
proud of such an official. people as well as the: excursionist?.
E. S. :Matthews his Blanton met with the county com-
presented railroad will
missioners.Mr. We hope the decideto
The Atlantic Lumber Company account which was examined and .run an excursion: to this city in
has shutdown its logging camps inIradford found to be correct and scrip to Arthur J.' Doyle, the obliging the near future. I Make a Specialty of! Coaieyirg TraYelicg Ken to Points in the Country/..
the amount of .$839.08 was ordered young representative of Uedeman &
county and as a consequence .
canceled and destroyed. Co., of Jacksonville, was on our pavements For first class'Kerosene Oil,
several hundred men arc There being no futher businessthe Wednesday SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE. .

thrown out of work, The shut board adjourned to meet Capt. Gco. Tompsett, tho genial That will not your lamp spoil, "

down was caused by the unsettled again, 011' !the first Tuesday in Superintendent of the A..S. R. & G. Call on J. F. P. McMurryAnd

condition of the country,and it is June railroad, went over to Jacksonville We will guarantee you will]]

hard to gay:: how long it will last. yesterday morning on business.Mr. Tot> worry, All din OilFor if

< It is rumored that one or two trainloads Robbed the Grave: : F. H. Mack, a steady young Because your lamp globes arc Security
knight of the grip from Florida'? smoked and light; dim.We .
of lO J.wi1l be A
; sent to Jacksonville -: startling incident of which
metropolis, vas in Bradford's me- feel sure if yon try one gal-
each week, [which will be Mr. John Oliver of .
Philadelphia, tropolis on businessVedne.tday. lon you! will come again.I .
," good ncto a few of the workmen was the, subject, is narrated by Evangelist Lee left i
Wednesday for
By .
and when the war is over the habeen a sufferer from
#cO him as follows.: 'it was in a most Jacksonville where he will visit
entire camp) will resume operation.Tho chronic diarrhoea, ever since the
dreadful condition. JJy skin was friend f6r a few days before going; to "

ladies of this city met Tues :.almost, yellow'eyes;: :sunken, tongue Live meeting..Oak where*. he holds his next war and have used all kinds{ of ,J.. E P. /McMUEEAY Grocer.1!
medicines for it. At last I found ,
day afternoon, Why 3rd, at'the. c.oakll l, pain continually iti bacli! -
Mrs. E. Strong and daughters, remedy that has been a suc- '
Tent fur the one ,
Gospel of
purpose and no appetite-gradually REDUCTION IN
.. Misses Katharine, Mauetha and Jes- cess ns a cure, and that isCharnborlan's 4
organizing a Woman's: Christian weaker, d'tty'by day. Three I sie who Colic
growing : hale been spending 4he Cholera and
Temperance Union. The organization 'physicians; ;" had given me_ up.I winter in this city, left TucsdayjorCincinnati. Diarrhoea RE'medV'-P. F. GRISnam Or.l.S Gal oJl.: :L 6 ceD.ts;

:' was formed .by electing Fortunately, a friend advised try- i; : Gaars Mills, La. For sale i. e Gallon.s O CS:1.: ts.'

; :Mrs.M.R. Liddon RS President and ing Electric Bitters; aud to'my- puss Mattie Finlayson! ova! of by J. L. Gaskins, Druggist.! -

Miss N. Alva-John3. SecretaryThe great[ Jpy and surprise, the first Cellar! .Kry'g! young most ladies charming: i is spending and accomplished All l those who wish to'subscribe l li i This is the best Oil sold in the City. --

next meeting will be held at bolU4 made a decidedimprove- severalweeks "visiting Mrs. Capt. to the flag fund can do so by calling I'

the Baptist church next Tuesday ment] I continued their use for Burroughs in this city. at the pcstofHee. This is c Call and examine my stock of Gro .

afternoon at 4 o'clock.. The ladies three]' weeks, and am now a wellloan.1 ] I Mrs. Walter Kirwan: and Mr:,J. I'. good way to slmo".- your patriotism: I ceries. I E1 as low
of this! city iirepspccially invitedto j I know: they.savf'd my life, beantifnl !anteep'rices ,as .
Kirwan;\rho have been aperyingthewinterin as Well r.S: have flag
{ attend and assist ,in forming-a: aud robbed the grave of another this city as the guest? of floating-in front c( tbe postofiied.7tth any, and solicit your trade. __. .
permanent organization:: tha ill Victir i. Nn'|'one should, fail to I .
their ter. Ir8" U. D. Mi r"Iift'
Le"art: everlasting benefit.;"16:_ Itrv tiim.rQafv! : 50 ets per trotIftJri'sklss ,,'W. ,,: : :; Tear i Jtw.el .\7tth ('.t 5 rd.1, F -
: .r. ,1'ueday J'1'- ar huruc :11 i..t".ii1 ,- : &n', '"H!':! : c,9t1.+i1hUoa: ff'rc.ycr.Yr. : 'SATI8 GTION GURANTEEP': : .
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