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 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official Directories. COUNTY HAPPENINGS Horrors of War. DEWEYJSYICTORY. Spanish fleet was expected' atabout FLORIDAIYXATTERSI

". '. Those who like to,feel their the same. time. -
STATE. pulses' stirred at tne'prospect "Sampson came. here with
Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. INTEREST. of war must have been more in mcial Report Received Saturday orders 'to find the fleet and WEEK,

Comptroller W. 11. Reynolds., their element during the past reduce it. He will after destraying -
J. B. Wbltfleld.AttorneyGeneral from l
Treasurer Hong Kong
1 '.. Wm. Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. twelve months than for a the Spanish ships, Gathered From Our State Exchanges.:

?. Commissioner of Agriculture,L.B. quarter of a century.. International begin a strict blockade, and,
,::> Womb well. Waldo.
The Greatest in the of
of Public Instruct Victory History if he will bombardand
.i Superintendent situations and rumors necessary, Roland Edwards, white, and
t \ W.N.Sheats. Mrs. Wi D. Seigler has been the World Won the
4 SUPEEME COURT. I qufte s sick but is convalescent. of v war have been the order of by capture Porto Rioo., Henry Smith, colored, were

Chief Justice, R. F. Taylur.I I Americans. A CRISIS IN the
1 .** the day since.Strangely SPAIN. shot by Sheriff at Qniricey
t'' k Justices, Milton H. Mabray, ,}7.. B The Misses Coulter
," are LONDON May 9.-The Mad- while
Carter. enough, though Satnrday resisting arrest.
Nothing Heard from Sampson'sFleet"General
COUNTY. few days in Fairbank.
State Senator, A. Crosby; spending I a almost everybody talks glibly War News rid correspondent of the Daily Uncle Sam's; pay car arrivedin

Representatives, L. D. Wall and* E. enough of war just now, it is Condensed. Mail says : "It is believed Tampa the first of last week

1 ..,. P.Tax W ard.Collector: C. Byrd. Miss Ada Wynn, of Starke, generally agreed that no one WASHINGTON, May 7.-The that Cabinet matters may with $180,000 with which to

I,, Treasurer Tax Assessor E.,S.W.Matthews.J. Epperson! attended i the "Mite" social last can possibly realize, much less state and navy departments continue as they are for an- pay the monthly salaries of the

r .iI Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. i Tuesday evening.Mr. } describe, what the horrors of ceived several dispatches this other week, but a crisis is regarded soldiers. .

b. \Veeks. the next will be like.' morning from Hong Kong an- < as inevitable. Senor
Sheriff, S.B.Denmark. Cutter, of the "YellowFront" great war High Springs voted Tuesdayto
\\f 4 ',s County Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. restaurant is low Perhaps the statistical methodis nouncing the arrival there ofDewey's Sagasta and Senor Montero(
I: Superintendent of Public Instruc- very issue bonds for the
: '" i purposeof
,-> tion, F. D. Shell. with typhoid fever. as effective as any in an at- dispatch boat, the Rios;:president of the Senate, its One
t County Judge, J. R. Richard. tempt to represent the resultsof McCulloch, and subsequentlytwo visited the Queen 'Regent tonight paving
:Justice of the Peace for District
t Miss Lelia Sparkman is the mile of main street will be
.. .it No. 6, Oeo. A. Gardiner. war. reports direct from Com- (Sunday) and the latter
;r-. County Commissioners,Judge Tum- proud owner of a new "byke," paved at once.
1. lln, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, .. In the last really great war- modore Dewey. subsequently visited Senor
and it is too.
[. J. B. Crews, D. W.CJyatt., a beauity, that between France and Secretary'Long gave the news Gamazo, who is regarded as George Close, the champion a

:- CITY. Mrs. Dupree, who for several Germany-France Jost as manyas paper men at '10 ::30 o'clock the the coming man. potato grower of Marion county -

1};-. '. Mayor, A.L. von Kirn. 'u days has been suffering from a 136,000 men, of whom some following translation of the WAR NEWS CONDENSED. has sold hundred barrelsof
Clerk. Gardiner.
I',.-' ., :;; Assessor George, '1'. W. Sweat. severe cold, is reported better. 80000; died of wonnds receivedin I first report, written last Sun- Rumors from Hayti are to his new potatoes to Tampa

,; r 1':. Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. after 'the the effect that the of the parties at $3 50 per'barrel.
: Marshal,J. P. Bennet. Mrs. Milican is visiting relatives battle, 36,000 by sickness, day immediately ships

t Night Police, J. N. Jon Edward and taking in the accident, suicide, etc., and 20- great battle : enmey are in Porto Rican A. H. Waters of Penn-
.; Aldermen; F. R. Morgan
::c."""" Middleton, J. M. Truby, N.W. Hack Chautauqua at Cordelia, Ga., 000. in German prisons. A MANILA, May .-The squadron waters. Sampson is there also sylvania, who had been spending -

1 ett and J. W. Hicks. this.week. French statistician estimates arrived at Manila at daybreak in search of the Spaniards, anda the winter at Melrose" Fla., 31-

II that his who this morning. Immediately battle is imminent. In factit
"'- Church Directory. Mr. .Levi.''iDyal, oi Hampton, countrymen were was drowned Friday morning

Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor. wag in town Monday. He expects wounded, but who survived, engaged the enemy and is' already reported'that at. South Beach, near St.

Services every 1st, 2nd and 5th Sun- numbered 138,000, those in- destroyed the folio wing Spanish heavy "firing, such as would Augustine.The .
.,day. Prayermeeting every Wednesday to attend the Chautauquanow
the march vessels : Reina Christina, Cas- indicate a general engagement,
evening at 7 o'olock. Sunday jured on or by accident '
to in session at Cordelia, Ga. L machinery for the cassava -
school e\'ery'Sunday morning at 9 11,421,' thosewho tilla, Ulloa, Isla de Cuba, Gen- has been heard off San Domingo -
o'clock. factory at Del: nd has all
j :Mrs. J. F. Todd left Thurs.
eral Lezo the Duero Correo .and the battle mayhave
recovered from illness 328,000, ,
Rev. G.T. Leitner, pastor.
Baptist arrived, and is being rapidly
Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. day morning for her northern making a total of 477,321 direct Velasco, Mindanao, one transportand -: already been fought.A .
'I'hursday evening I put in place. It is thought
F Prayermeetiug every home. She will be
! greatly The German killed the water battery at dispatch from Madrid is
at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every sufferers. ..
the will be for busi-
I Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. missed, for she was beloved by numbered 40,877; 17,255 diedon Cavite. The squadron is uninjured to the effect that the Spanish plant ready ...
this week.
Methodist, Rev. J. A. Hen dry, all. ness
pas- ; the field, and 21,023 in the and only a few men were troops have evacuated' Manila
t,, tor. Services: every Sunday, morn-
;{ Ing and evening. Prayenneeting every Quite a number of, the young ambulances'; making 70,155 in slightly wounded., The only with arms, ammunition, and The United States land

,,_ Sunday Wednesday school every evening Sunday at 7 o'clock.mornIng ladies were presented. by the all. The wounded who survived means of telegraphing is to the supplies, indicating that, the officials at Gainesville report

4 ;. at 8:30 o'clock. / officers with buttons from theirU. numbered 18,543men.- American consul at Hong Kong.I city has fallen, and that Deweyhas the following business done

I elergymau Episcopal in, charge.Rev. F. Services R. IToleman every, ..J3. uniforms, and have had From first to last the German shall communicate with him. completed his victory. The during the month of April :

2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon ac 3-30 hat: pins made of them. All field artilery fired 340,000 shots Signed, story of the battle in detail Seventy-five homestead entries,
.'clock. Sunday school Sunday -
r afternoon at 2 o'clock. girls love brass buttons. and the infantry 20,000,000.The DEWEY. causes the whole world to covering 8,190 acres ; 71 final .

I Christian, no pastor at present.Prayermeetiug Married-on Sunday after- booty of war consisted of The second report from Com wonder at such wonderful proofs, covering 8,976. acres; .

every Wednesday modore Dewey was given to i daring such perfect discipline 21 cash entries, covering 17ft
; .veuing at 7 o'clock. Sunday school noon at the Renault House, 5,556 fortress guns, 1,915 field ,
every Sunday morning at 9:30 0'- guns and rapid-firing cannon,' the public an hour latter. It and such accurate marksman- acres; 1 internal improvement-
' Mr. Chas. Granger and MiSs
Gloe k.If' 107 eagles and flags, and 855-, read as follews : ship. .One account puts the selection, covering 910 acres.
Lillian Chairs. Mr. Grangeris
Lodges. 000 rifles, exclusive oL what 4. I have tak- I loss at After'
a popular conductor on the CAVITE, May i Spanish 2,000. Considerable. excitement was
captured at leisure on
< Stance Lodge No. 34, K of P. meetsveryThursday was of naval stationat the battle the
.;: 7 F. C. & ;P. Ry., and Miss abandoned fields.-Boston en possession Spaniards approached caused at Tampa Friday aft 'r-

p.m. J. Cavite on Philippine Islands.I the flagship, ;asking the suicide
at the
W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, Chairs was one of Waldo's Transcript. noon by

',1If' J. R. DAVIB, K'*. of R. and ti, society bells. All join in have destroyed the fortifica- i foj terms, but Dewey replied Almeria Hotel of E. L.. Friday.He .

K;. -- Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. A. M., "throwing rice and old slip- Philippine Islands. tions at bay entrance, patroll- tat- his terms were "Uncondi-' is one of, the firm of Jacob

t+ 3rd meeting,Sunday every 7 p. Thursday m. before the pers" after this happy couple. We see many conflicting ing garrison*, I control bay !.tionnl surrender or fight.'.' Friday & Sons, who have the

,.- I W. F. M LrUU1l8, W. M. things in the newspapers regard- completely and can take cityat : Two of Uncle Sam's cruisers contract for the sewer work in
i, W. N. MEACIIAM. Sea
The mail bags on the Span ing the Philippine Islands, and any time. The squadron in I!approached.,. too close to the that city. From what can bo
Lodge No. 10,I.o.O.F.,meets
May the'masses of people as a rule excellent health and masked batteries off Havana in
k every Tuesday 7:30 p.m. ish steamer Argonauta, which spirits. learned, the firm has been
l., L. W. KICK LITER, N. G. do comprehend their extent loss not known of and
not -
t' W. N. MBACHAM, Sec. was brought to Key West Spanish fully pursuit a decoy, were losing considerable money on

by the Marblehead, may provea and resources. Since in but very* heavy ; 120 killed, I fired upon at close range. That, the contract, and the fact
; PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. most important capture. all probability the islands will including captain of Reina i they were not annihilated is worried the young manager con-

One letter from Havana under: become fixed possessions,of the Christiana. I'am assisting in I due entirely to the poor gun- siderably.H. .

e 1\1188 S. E. SWEAT.PIANO date of April 26, spoke of United States, data relating to protecting Spanish .sick and nery of the Spaniards.An .
Price Williams of Miami
TEACHER suffering among the poorer them is of intense interest.In wounded. Two hundred and unauthenticated report .
has shipped 1,100 crates of
' STXRKE, FLA. classes of the population, who' the group there are over fifty sick and wounded in says that the swift cruiser
1 tomatoes from 2 1-2 acres of
h* .-Latest melbod Special attention given were entirely without' means of 1,200 islands in number ; the hospital within our lines. Montgomery has been chasedin .
land. He also
to technique. Apply! tor terms.rA. support. The mail taken; two largest are Luzon (area Much excitement at Manila. Haytien'waters by :.a big glade plantedtwo
acres on high
.SCOTT.. M. D. shown that the condition of the 40,024 square miles) ; the total Will, protect foreign residents. Spanish ship, which fired upon
This was never cultivated.He
....PHYSICIAl'-'. SURGEON... Spanish in- eastern Cuba was area is about 52,650 square Signed -=.. her. The outcome of the affairis crop
simply set out the.plants,
STARKE, FLA. desperate. They were then on miles. The population, includ- DEWEY. ':"' a mystery, but in fact the
and -to this date. has
Oflee at Gas 1a'e Drug-Store. the point of -yielding some of ing army* and navy, numbers Other Dispatches announcedthat ; story as a whole is not plausible. up .
"r gathered 200 cratea of tomatoes,
Manila the capitalof cut the cablehim .. '
the small garrisoned cities 7,670,000. Dewey ,
which netted him $230. This
r: ". .L.STVAKT..M.D.., held by them. The letter reported the Philippines, has 154,062 self and that he was in com- Troops at Tampa are awaitingthe *
shows what Florida land. is
: ....EYE, EAR, HOSE. AND THROAT that the Spanish gar-: inhabitants. The revenue from plete command of the situation. outcome of the conflict upon there"
good for, and> are others
.f 6TARKE, FLA. rison at Bayamo has capitulatedto the islands will amount annu- It was also stated in private the sea'.before attempting, an just like Mr.WilHnms.

y Offlee at Starke Drug Co. the insurgents, confirms the ally to $13,579,900. dispatches from Dewey that invasion of Cuba. 1

statements in these letters that The chief products are hemp; he was not in need of anything. A wreck occurred on the
POWELL, M D., old soldiers feel the
TATE Many ow Florida Central and Peninsular
the troops could not hold out. sugar, coffee, tobacco, cigars, SAMPSON SUPPOSED TO BE -
PHYSICIAN AflD SURGEON". off for both effects of the hard service they at the. western
,: They were badly indigo, gold mining is being FIGHTING. Railway
STARKE, FLA. food<; and ammunition.The endured during the war. Mr. limits of Jacksonville at about
carried on successfully.
NEW YORK, May 8.-The Geo. S. Anderson, of Roaaville,
Over thirty years experience in Diseases of 1895 304 vessels of 425- 8 o'clock last Friday evening.
Women and Children.. Office. Starke F. C.P.. Ry., has World has received the follow- York county, Penn., who saw the
Drug Company.iR.3. 025 tons cleared from the ports. Train No.1, from .River Junction
made a rate of one. and one- ing copyrighted cablegramfrom hardest kind of service at the

a f..,,. .I...\ anAYNES,.: < forth I fare for the round trip>!j; to There are 720 miles of tele- George Bronson Rea,., front. is now frequently troubled ran into switch. ami
': ( and miles of collided with lumber train.
:' .-DENTIST-* Jacksonville. for.. members of graph, seventy dated Puerto Plata, San Domingo -, with rheumatism. "I had a severe a

STARKE FLORIDA. I railway. j" attack he "and Engineer Amos Roberts had
lately ,
the ,State Democratic executive The native inhabitants are fay 8 : says
Offlee at residence-on South Street. committee to attend their meet of the "Dominican officials report- procured a bottle of Chamberlain'sPain both legs crushed and died
mostly Malayan race.
Teeth extracted means of local
w -. anaotlieUcs. AU kinds patnlesctyby of dental work done at ing :in that city Wednesday. The principal industres are in heavy cannonading off the Balm. It did so much oodthat' from his injuries. Judson

., reasonable charges. I would like to know what Sewall the colored
;- [ fireman
the hands of the Chinese there
Tampa seems to be in a bad north of. Monte Cristi, about
t .Tn OS.E.BUQG, fix financially. The police forceand being at least 100,000 of them fifty miles from here you would charge me for tne had his right Ii-g crushed,-and

I on the islands. Times Union- dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson it will have
Attorney and Counsellor at La!,: "It is believed, that Rear probably to be
fire department .have not
and Citizen. wanted it both for his own use :Mail ClerkMontgomery
7 ..' STARKE-, -FLA. received a cent of salary in six Admiral Sampson's squadronis and to supply it to his friends amputated. -

+ Office at Residence.on Cherry' Street. months and many of the best The truckers of Pant Cityare engaging the Spanish Cape and neighbors- as every family was slightly! injured
,. ; about the face and shoulder. ...-
F. EXSEY -* v* men are. resigning their posi., very gloomy. They cay Verde fleet. The firing began should have a bottle of it in their
R. CIVIL ENGINEER. tions. home, not only for reheumatism, None of the pnsspngors" wer"
vOp that they will not make enoughto about 9 o'clock this morning,
but lame back, sprains, swellings, seriously) injured. ExaniiniUaa; ; .
URVEYOR.Professloaal I
! COUNTY the last December 1 pay for the seed and fertilizer and was terrific. The American .
.-. dayof: cuts bruises and burns, for whichit shows that the )lock was broktt

"Dra'l"lnS.DIu"' : Prlatla. lists-, 1891, there were 5GP' : ensioners. used. on account- ...... of', the fleet jra due to arrive in Portovested is unequalled. For. sale t>y J. L.. und .switch thro-.vn by soma
trttcs ofc work t at !1.'jni.191.. r.. T"4 .:::1 t .- : .._..4u... .. ", The J : .
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Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate !i Don 'Carlos. i g For Protectioii: Against

Bon Carlos. is probably I or: Disease. '

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS- er':; the Sanish throne } ] find The following extract from IAN OPEN LETTER ;

-AT- ever was before.It you the State law is sent by State ", .

STARKE, FLORIDA. doesnot seem, ) to get Health Officer Joseph Y. To MOTHERS., .J
Entered at the postofflce at Starke, Florida, present "
as second elasj.mall matter. quite THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF "
last much longer, and no ever any physicianshall "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.I .

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. man, unless it be WTe3 ever know or apprehend that PITCHER
DR. SAMUEL of Hyannis, Massachusetts
x. may whom he called
dictator has any person
as good a "
"CASTORIA I the that ,
? same
the originator of "
I was
TEXAS R. HODGES as i 1; the pretender to go I to visit, or who is brought to .
aside i has borne and does now bear "" on every -
head of the government.The him for examination, is infected 'F7 ;r"
EDITOR AD PROPRIETOR hours; the simile' of.( zs-/yf2&Zc&K
present Don Carlos with yellow fever, faa- signature < wrapper.

.. third of the tes kid-an smallpox, cholera, diphtheria This is the original "CASTO RI I A" which has been used in l::

Advertising Rates. King Ferdinand. VII it scarlet fever, or any other the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.

aa Our consistent advertising with rates keeping vflll be up'as a good reasonable news- ,claimed the throne of disease dangerous to the public LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is IfJ

paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to He made a bold health, he shall immediatelygive the kind you have always bought sAfjMT- on the rand
Issue a clean,attractive newspaper with only
such a proportion of advertisements as will establish his claim by I ache I notice thereof in the man- has the signature of C z&i- A 44 wrap- 4:..
Insure that all will be and read, and :
burled behind a mass seen of others. Rates none will arms, but in 1876, i ner provided by the Statute, per. No one has authority from me to use my name except 1.
be uniform and wilt be made known on appli fortresses at Bilboa I or to the President of this Board President. I
Fletcher is
cation. The Centaur Company, of which Chas.H. ,
and Tolosa were of Health, and to the head

In this country American- fled into France. authorities of the city, townor March24,18JS.o # .D. : I

ordered out of that settlement in which the sick { ,,,
subjects are being told that
wish in Not Be Deceived
and came to the United person may be; and it shall .
they volunteer for the
may war After making a tour : be the duty of any health Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting ,.;:..
not In Cuba
or uri- :
as they please. .V
100 miles country and Mexico does officer, or person acting as such, a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you .
away, Spanish subjects Carlos returned to or the president of any boardof (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients _
told ac-
that .
are being they of he does not know .'
health the which even
or of
settled in Venice where mayor a
must get into the ranks be
? or
shot. cupies. a splendid the city or town, to whom any "The Kind You Have Always Bought" 11 _

Don Carlos has been for the disease dangerous to the public BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF .'::'I:'
"' The wage earners and their twice. His first wife need a health is reported, to take '"

.families are the first to fee} the princess de Bourbon and ye the I such precautions, befor the arrival 1i
I of the State Health Officer, ,
k expense of war. With several of the Count de price as shall be judged best for the "t
cents added on to the cost priceof the time of the or by safety of the inhabitants. <_ '...,.

all goods that we consume it 1807, and for many SEMI-: f

can be seen that the wages of wards, the couple &; Co., 'looking Cough .Tncncrr::!; ::! AnUUOUsJU R m11O', I:'
V/ii JLUJ .
the have I had a little boy who was nearly: ] 5 '
working man, who has a But the deaths
dead from The Kind That Never Failed You. '
family to support, will not Count and Countess de dis- an attack of whooping} r
mail cough. My neighbors recommended
stretch as far as they used to bord, who Chamberlain's! Cough} Pemedy.I ." ..'....-

do, and there will be decidedly) larger part of their on did not think that any medicine -- a .

less opportunity for saving.A their favorite niece, would} help him, but after giving : i
him a few doses of that remedy ]I -FOIi-

North Carolina man thusexpla'ins possible for them to noticed an improvement, and one AT AQO
royal 'sta tee This .was bottle "cured him entirely. It is FIRST- JOB PRINTING t
why he has joinedthe In of the best cough medicine I ever had ..f',:
more opportune
:Methodist church: "Thej; farm in the house. J. L. MOORE\ South BRING YOU AVOKK TO THE < FFICE OF TIlE81 ; l
death of the Count de
tell me that if there is to be is no BurgottstoM-n, Pa. For solo by ADVOCATE '
made: Don Carlos the tJ. L. Gaskins, Druggist. FLORIDA ; rSEMI-WEE'r war, the government will call ranks- -I'f.> -*. .-..--. '. i. .., i .... in I"ir.
pretender to the ; C.ASTOB.'t- .. .
that ,
out the regular army first; France as well as Bears, tie Ito Kind You Hava FIkavs t Bash t r.

then the militia is to'be called, that Signattro / r '
Spain. In the cr ;: VvE PRINT ,
and after this the Baptists, because # u.
Chambord the male
they can fight on water, miles To Curo Constpotion: Forever.Take CARDS, TAGS, ,
Louis XV became Cascarets C.indr Cat'.inrt.c. lOo or 2oi:
and Methodists can't. I went IJ C. C.C. rail to care;: Uru ;:!Ssts..refund. __money_ I,CHECKS, LABELS, *. n.;.
Don Carlos the ell m-wx.on.n+a.a..ar-r n..asn.o+a. ru.+
as --- = -=- =
-- "f;
right straight and joined the the i TICKETS, BLANKS, .
descendant of the second J. F. P. McMUBET,
Methodists!1" b ;r \ *]

In Manila city and wards of the Duke'of Always'n are GROCERIESI NOTE HEADS, I LETTER HEADS,

there are now over 300,000 in- claims direct descent not ETC., ETC., ETC.

habitants, of which the ratio of brother of the same IiEII'mx .
classes and nationalities is Don Carlos has claims \n: MENTION THE IMPORTANT'
I sowing I II teii East and FrcsSsst;:: t SLoci" ; is; To.'3.THY t .
about as follows: Pure natives, thrones, ;and but for I : time of '//Skilled Printers :'-
ME.- .. ,
67 per cent. ; Chinese half istence of Princess \ .
breeds, 1C.G5 per cent. ; Chi Bavaria would be a EDWARD MDDLETON, Paper,

nese, 13.30 per cent. ; Spaniards claimant for the and -TOrGOOD- .r Presses, ,

...,,-f' and Creoles, 1.65 per cent. ; England also. He is as- Successor to Andrews&IHJcllenon.PKOIUETOR "; t WORK: '11 s Type ,

'Spanish half breeds, 1.30 per the richest person OF \ (
cent, and foreigners other than gitmist" claims to '.ti1( ;

Chinese, .05 per cent. The Europe has produced.The duty if Starke Livery, Feed and Sale Iiik.HAVE :.
only other cities of importancein grandfather is his
ent Don Carlos lost the
the Philippines which are of Spain through the well.- STABLES. \j\JE I ALL THESE. SS-fe: : .

worth taking by the Americans Christina of Naples, ..
NEfl AND;]SECOND:.HAND BUGGIES 'I TI2CISMD ::: We Solicit a Trial Order Satisfaction Gll ranteed. ,
are Ilo-Ilo, the first city of importance the fourth wife of the I'I 1
after* Manila, and Ferdinand. --... --- Office in PostoSco Building. Call and See Us ra w

Don Carlos, ) THE -
situated on the island of '
the present pretender,
Panacy: DO
right_ of succession, as. of the NEW YORK WORLD

It is claimed that in actual inand died without ., doing IF SO WHITE RIGHT.L I
His wife induced him '
battle the crew of the dynamite a decree disinheriting his Toledo, THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION 11"fc

cruiser Vesuvius would embark in favor of his infant and I '

on their hostile errand with Thus began the trouble sum of 18 Pages AVeek : #" 1tf.'..."",-

many chances to one against has gone on through for -"it
generations. The Catarrh 156 Papers Year #
a safe retnrn. Should a rapid y
Carlos is now after the use of
movement be made ,
against FOEGNEDOLLAK.Published
throne and it seems not .
Havana she would precede our that he will get it,- I! : \ .

fret, exploding all of the", Journal.An sub- every Alternate :Day' except t Sur ay. .

mines and hostile craft in reach. this 6th !
of The Thrice-a-Week: Editionof
enchange tells
Her repairs have been made jh .
: .
in the west of
Washington with this ter part ,.. .
purposein first all "weekly" "
view. Her three 15 inch who found his people Public., pers among in size, frequency of publication pa-- I am Sub-Agent lor Bradford and Surrounding ,.of.

guns as now fixed will distribute -I to purchase hymn in- and the freshness, Counties for this Celebrated

explosive shells 100 feet being offered the on the accuracy and variety of its Typewriter.
It has all the meritsof
free by a "
apart, and the fuses will be patent of the ;.

regulated so as to explode only provided they be a a great dollar 80 weekly.daily at Its the political priceof Can't I Sell You One-- -? T. R. HODGES, .

nfter the of the channel insert their SUB-AGENT!
bottom ., news is prompt, complete, '
__ ___ ,
ordered three dozen .ar
------ ; ---
ou.a;; ; "'7Xo&.I
1 has been reached.< Everyhidden 0. accnrat impartial as all its I --- ----- -
congregation. He was readers will It is
Spanish torpedo within testify. tt@it90t i94flttlat7 4/f1 /C 1
fifty'feet of each explosion will I upon receiving them to the best. against the monopolies and for I The I Tc
: j ad in the same. The the people.It .
J the World's most friendly smile are y
be and at each sim-
.* destroyed, 1 i lay ho distributed the _. prints the news of all the FJ( 3 always ready for the well-dressed 2Go.
itUaneous discharge of the!:teed:.. telling the : \ SE 'a-- world, having special correspondence A ''t'ta'_ : nan. There's no mistake about A
I this miss its mark. Talent
S _% Energy may
three guns she will clear a safe:grlod fortune he from all important ) .a may go a-begging.; Virtue itself may die
channel 300 feet wide and 100 j' tlioy sing No. 260. His as it I news points on the globe. It! r'u, '';i:? of neglect. But there is always a welcome I
may be imagined n has brilliant illustrations I 4 N and measure of success for good clothes.
feet long, over which our warships -! \ have If you wish to test this bit of Philosophy,
can safely. follow.. These sang the- hymn. as : ; fhis fA-... stories by great author;, a capital -i : z.2 just order one of the elegant suits of
I Hark; the humor 7
Heavenly page, complete mar-
.three terrible guns of the I i sing, t : type, i departments for the household M. OORM .

Vesuvius furthermore could Johnson's pills l tire : suitable I and women's work and c THE GREAT

"' drop a 100-pound charge of thing, \7e can other special departments ofunusual l. / -4 Chicago Merchant Tailors

," .' guncotton into a fort two anda The angelic voice I guar-will interest. i ,, r s '-_ ;i ,:Lose prodactlias ore neted rrtTTwbtn for ck !ccateriaF. .
mild We offer this unequal t : "' .rsat t rad CeUb,end perfect ep-t.-date
half miles away, and cause & and e; ttjj*. A *'BORH" unit .f clothes U a"-
and and Tnu FLORIDA
Two for men one "send newspaper perttotueBarli'.frndsblpt
widespread destruction. It -
give r
could also drop a 500-pound :O.A.aT C)n.%: one year for 1.5QThe a CCO ticicctat rtteras. to order from. 1 ,
Kind Yca Hate :: ; you ctu ox
charge similarly fro]) a distance. LThB what, we can give you in quality regularsubscription IT"" '


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Two or threb times during" ::- No other. nation, except .' RAILROADS. .

the past season the Sun mentioned ;England, ever owned as much CANDYCATHARTIC. FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR : '
--I E R. R
'.\ f some shipments of eggplants territory as once belonged to ;

from a small patch in Spain, no nation ever lost so flew( Florida and !Horta, Air Line and Florida Trwi! !! Line.

the house garden of George A. 'iuich territory in the same TIME TABLE EFFECT: APRils, lifei.CINCINX .

7" Gale, at Mangonia, and at Jength of time.Spanish u r 4t! .

our request Mr. Gale has giv. colonization in this Dall D S Dallp 33 ,Dady 33 1 RTIILRf 1'otSSZ I IT.: tiyac3r': : '._ ay

en the Sun the followingPlants Hemisphere CURE CONSTIPATION ..... ...., ..... _.._ ; L it
began immediately 400p. 81)3.; ..
SOOpLv.[ Jac': .i
sonvre..Ar 1 R i
...... 9L5aj-! .
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figures: .41 "" 8Sia .... 84Jp4.v. ..Ynlee..Ar. ......1. tJtll.
1 after its ... "' .8.:4..I; *
520p..930 ... .. .. 81
discovery St51i
Columbus -
by ; Ar. FernanUna. .. '"
The garden is a piece of in JOe 1 ey ti ............ 6.JOP..10ZJ.. ..... .....10li .". . ...Eve..eu..Ar.Ly..I..... I Giiull.'ix'a..6.-p'....... 'f150p : .11tt. : ...... .
1492. Under the ALL .. ..... .. .. ..... r1lnswi<'k..Lv. .. ...' ......i... .. -&. as ...
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muck land and the 25c 5k( 855p. 1211p 12 ro. .., ....
egg :plant authority of a bill issued ., .... ...... 5oopJ128 ..... '" Savaunnh. ..'" a:311a; :... .. { ti .,y..a.
.12HaI.v. ....
by .Savannah.: .Ar .. .
DRUGGISTSS3. ...... ...... :tthl -I hy1... .... .
833; ..
patch was ninety feet long and. Pope Alexander VI. and ...... ...... 10001.4 30.'p.:: ..... LIOaAr..Fairfax.5.IJ.. .. ....Lv... ...... 3ti'" S:r.>.J :y5 I'4.h...
2s.Ja ..
a ...... .. ... Denmark.SC. ...._ 40Ci : .. .....
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sixty-five feet wide, and was treaty with Portugal .. . ... ..:. 4 935 T0 .......... 6 553; .". ......Au) astaCa...... .". ... :.. .. .. .. ...... ,( .....''. ......
Spain, ...... ...... ...... ... .. .... 441 .ColumblaS. ......lt4 "i. ....ll .. .........
worked and fertilized along claimed all discoveries west of :rE UEL SAFJ? ...... ............. .....l.. ....1t:1'ia. 1-l5 ."Spartnnburg.. .Al'hee.! N.C.S, C.... "" .......... _I>aJi: ) ........ .... ..n... ... .:.....
with the of ...... .. . .:. ... 8U .. ... .. O-> r' ..... .
rest the garden, so an imaginary line one hun- .., ... .....' ...... ._ ... D15a .. ..Chartotter C...: ".. ......... v.:; ...... .'
... ... ...... a ,. .Shlisbury.N.C. > ..... .
..... 10441 41. .
}he ,. ... ...
cannot tell exactly the dred leagues west of Azores Lankier, Fla., .. .. .. ...... ...... 1200P.3'P 12:tOp 11 .Oreen....Danville..a.bnro. :i. C..... "" ......to.JIPj.1: ; ........ .
... .. ...... !. .. 5- .....
cost of this ..... 600.} ........625p ....Ii .. r
ehmond _
particular piece and Cape Verde. Then the ..... ...... ...... 1.811.I .... ,, .. Va... .."" t2l. ::110 i ; ...... .
34 .
in the of work fertiIlizer. ... ... ...... .... .. .' ....... 58( ..ClI:1rlottes\.ille..Lynchhurg \8... .. .......... "II. .. ... 3': t:!; ...... ......
way territorial ...... ...... .2p(97 ( .. ... ..... .
expansion of the LIVERY ...... GI2a ...... I. .. ..15.e
AND \ ; \Va..hil2ton. ....
FEED STABLES. .. : .II !!i .. .. .....,
.. .... .. .... 8OOa. .. .. ... :;. I .
:ll\llmorc. ....._t .
.. .
.. ::: .....
Spanish dominion proceededwith ...... ...... 1015x.. ......p ...: ... .... ... .. ; 9 .
...... .. .Philade.phla.. 7 J. 6rrrt1243 ..
As ..... ..... ..
soon as the "' ''' NewYork: .. .. .... .
"eggs" "kin...... .f...
were marvelous .... .... 4 d .
big enough to eat they began 1498 Columbus landed rapidity.on the In Finest Turnouts in the City. '" 19001,1.) .... ... ...B\on.I NtJs... ... .......i 5.10.,....... 99ifi; : .... .

fOCTH ..
ATI ANT* \fKfff;;
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to use them themselves and shores ::8& 13ll F;. -ZDt AND S1.W .& 1455;
of South Drnisinsrs' lily 10DaUy
America Teams
having A on Short Notice Draying 1 a Specialty Chattanooffa-Macou. Atlanta I...Dally..,-I- ORI.E.\l"R. Daily3lnp
more than they wanted little later Ponce de ii i ...,.. ::- j --
Leon dis- einnatl!, Chicago n t i 7aia! Lv...Fernact'Jna...ArAr ......! 520u
for their rio" Toledo Detroit, .. 9ltL. Lv.. ....
own use,, they I covered Florida, Balboa disco Prompt attention given to all orders. .0 Cleveland LoutsP* a 94ap. 9:5aLv Jiek.oave..dr c.; itlahun ...... 4Un p

: sold quite ..... ... ....... 7. Z ville.. and St. Louis.'A Z ao...>p 9 55a Ar.. .. 73\/. / 335p
a number <---: ; .ISalowiu..Lv
to partieson \ ered- 4--r\f\-- i--*t.hr..mc...... '-L"'"* of.... .. .Tlr..JU*.i r\v\"u =------------ -'--' -- --""-""-"-""-- -L7.: "' -----'---- __ _,_ ,lJJ! 1110.\ ...... ....Stark._.......... t P.4=; ,. ;l\t. ...._

the Lake at goo

  • ... which no account was kept. In the sixteenth W .. 0 4401= 300it/ ;; ......M\con ... : 1 10a 83Oa': : . ..i i 61tp ... ey...'. .. .. "
    4'I 30a ..... .. .. t a ..." .
    century --.Hawtl>
    .AtJllntn. '
    3: 10 s)1' 5 :::5a t109C9p :t>rut:
    -, The became E. .....j 530a.Lv......ALlanta..Ar 20-la i Cit ..... l207p
    "eggs" soon too had W. DIXON t04t1E SRa: .. 3045
    .. Spain by discovery and o & SON n .. ... !nUt : .. ohattanuo ;a..Lv. 6 lap 10 lMM ". 1.J8p ..SilverSpinb y.." .... ... .. .
    ... .. i .. : 25.a ,1'... ... .... .
    numerous to dispose of in a4 3C .Cmclcnl\.I.... 83./w/ S a1+ 205p OCl\l "..". := 05f'1J ::.i:,
    conquest acquired all the 410u. 3 "....
    Rip ...
    \VUdwllo I. .
    1 u 1 .. < 1.u1J.JJ:: "
    this way, and then he beganto West' India Islands, all ofCcn- lI. GENERAL COMMISSION 1 1 MERCHANTS 1 n ASIlEYILLEROUTE. B 53ta'1s! a 4 33Hy 04p ......... .Lee-sburg..Tav:1rc........... IOOO l1Cp:!': 9521 a.ro .
    ship to the northern tral W 91015wp: .... .Orlar.llu .... ...
    markets America, all of South c w 190 and 190 Duane St. New York. Pullman Sleeper between J acksonvll1 Cin L';) 557p) ".: '"Int r l'1rk .... "3541I'710I', 735N 8 pa:
    shipping in all fifty-three America w p.( Fd lOa. S57p .".'. 'St Cntht'rii1e. ." 11'Ua 93.i;
    Brazil which I .. :
    except ciu.atlandChlcago. 531a: 417p ....La"ruchee... .tOlOa} G'tJ,
    crates, for which he received E < I 55330 4 30p/ ". ...Dade CUy...." .
    10:2' 8
    belonged to Southern t: 2a:
    Portugal and Fruits a S Vegetables a Specialty. tJtpU1Lv..JucksonvW, ...... 100a 521.1p ."....pli\ttCity. ." 85Fa 1r.f"
    139.50; from which he netted the southern and southwestern W cc 13.AmLv... .... Sltvannah.. .. .....A A 91Uam aOOam / JOall2\jp .. !1'ampa.: ., ...... 130P! 7U0
    I 4iSamAr.. .. ..... .
    about $,70 after deducting expenses frontier of the Ire.1Iake n Specialty of Strati-berries and Pcaclws I12>amAr...... Spartanburg..L'V.Co1umbta "" Lv1247am 53t1pm: ONLY TUROUGII I:' LL .!AN SLEEPER
    present TtirouyhtHit tile Entire Year.m rH \ .. ... .IIendersuuvkle..Lv .JACI.SONVJLLE.AND
    for crates, picking, I United States territory. 5 : .4.>pmAr..A'IbnUe.' ... .. ..I.\' 30upm 205pm() NEW OlU.J.AN8.
    Q RfFEnE .-Irving National Bank New York 35pmAr..Hot Lfvw'No.J
    and Commercial Springs..L\'U46am
    packing, freight, etc. The nineteenth CC Agencies.; r 1:'tlPID Ar.... ....Knoxv1lle.... ..... ..L825an DaU :i!Dally ADD\EWOlU.ZAxa. I'Nu.l:
    has Daily
    century .. ... _
    RTC. 45.Sam \ ... ........ !

    Outside of those sold, they seen Spain lose territory almost W H Vv ...,......,..-,...........__ ...o.;.:..0..J,..;.1,o ow-.._..-............'..".._-_........--I "-""' ........"" .....-......""'_.."_...._. ..... .(,') -----L 7.JOalLAr..Cinl'innall..L\. .. .....p' 1_... RI 1opm:lSpm: 1050p,1tiaAr.LnkeLit S':'IVI", 9..ia I.v.. dac..s: ms .e.. .\-1"-,,'. !=.......
    cmnat Ar .. p..Lv ..
    gave quite a number away to as fast as she gained it in ...... .<;ble.agO..L." 90Uam\.IIiID 1 3pl13p: i .' Li\"e Oak....... S 6..8PI.f P j..
    --- 2 3o i ""
    r. .:r Four. 1 1141 .3iudua ... ," 42.p.......
    neighbors, and when prices be- the sixteenth century. One 830u.ml.v..Cl1I lnn..tL... .. ..Ar f i1tJa: 2t'p: "....Monticello.\ ....". J 3spl.;: .....

    came too low to pay for ship- after another the South American ---A. A. JOHNS, 6 Wpm Ar... ,. ..Munr.n...Chlcago.: Routes...... L\ 830am 63ipm':; : 82.)301 6OOa1330p 4:1Op: ""....Tal1I1ha.... ..QUblCy e .....'..... 1151 2131 ....._.. ,
    I,.9003. .... ..... .... .. 4t1aj5t5p "..River Junction. 1Op, ,.....
    ping more North he ; .. .. .. ".. .. ..
    any be- and Central American I STARKE, FLA. 500pmAr. .. .....Chicao.; ...... ..Lv1mOOam/ ...... HOOp 305a) ......,.Pearaoa..Mobile..... .... ,.1JOJ.: ............

    ., gan feeding them to the countries threw off her yoke I Pennsylvania. I : 140a "..New OresLs.." ..220a.......

    chickens and r is Staple and KANSAS CITY, JACKSONVILLE:: ''ST. :
    pigs. and in pale
    1825 her last continental Fancy Groceries LOURS LOCISVILLE JACIs'SON-: ..

    As the piece contained a possession in this hemisphere Nu.3ti t .Xo.33' VILLII

    little overoneseventh of lost. Country Produce Fie. 800pmLv..Jacksonville... ... ... ... Ar. 8r.'am--: JOHpmAr..EvcopU.8LUpWrV..i chh..YWe..Ar. ..... .. 1'tiOU; ,
    an ..
    was lOHpm ... .... .... .Lv 63iom
    63011111 .
    .... .
    :30aUl) ......... .. 30IJam ...Ma<
    acre this Atlanta........ .. .. -on..1. IW:1I:1
    would give ---- B 105'puJ 52uam ....... .. ..
    an average Theislands/ of Cuba and t1,43amAr..Iiirtningham.. .. : AtIl.uta. .... 105;:'
    '" 9 :aTm: ... ..... ...... .. 41m 5tpm; .... ....Chattn.looa.; .. put
    of nearly $490 an acre. Porto Rico are all I that Spain Whep in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a .... ..... .Sprlagfield.MemphF4. ....... .. 630a.m. 5JOpm "" ..,...........Lexinlot't.\1........ 10M1tIOOOam I'IIOrm::: \
    "" .. .. G.5pm 7 3lpm< .... Lvuicvitle.._...... "
    / ill !! 5 35pm Kcnsas .....
    These facts and figures were has left on this side of the I T will lYinlro it tr your nfl\roiitorrn_ '" ; City. 30 4Oam 112am .........St. l.olli3........ .. .. 915uct

    given Mr. Gale -- ._'-' """H _L_. --n _-'_ *NOM. :31, 33, 85 and 37 make connection for
    us by ,
    himself world.
    -Metropolis. -' a. m,, 8:00! a. m. and 7:50 p. m. respectively arriving Bnuswick !:!;!hl. nova 7-5

    auks he is ready and 'willing A arrow Escape. RAILROADS. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
    Nos. 35 and 33 Fast Mail
    to give any further informa- Thankful words written by Mrs. ; Sleeper via heville. Sleepers between New York and JtI. kSO:1vmc. and the Cincinnati
    Skin Diseases. Nos. 37 and 38
    tiun ----- -- --- I u Fa No. 36 carries the Cincinnati and and Tampa
    Sun. For the speedy and permanent cure of "'Was taken with a bad cold which No.31. Ibis Is brought to Jacksonville by

    berlain's fetter, salt Eye rheum and and Skin eczema.Ointment Cham is settled on my 1 lungs ; cough set in NORTH I EAST WESTDEPAR'ICRES Close Nos.tDaily 1 connections and except 2 carry Sunday.the at Cincinnati Jack.'ooDv1lle-Ne\v St. Louis Orleans and Kansas Sleeper.City for all points West" and South.
    The captors of the Spanish without an equal. It relieves the itch and finally terminated in Consumption Monday. Sunday and Monday only.except Connections Saturday at and Tampa Sunday.for JTht M.[* train does not rna

    ing and smarting almost instantly and AND ARRIVALS OF TP(AIN Kiver and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee', for rig Petersburg.! Manatee
    ship Miguel 'Jover recently! Four Doctors gave me river. At Starke for Lacrosse. At Waldo steamer for point( naMaoatra
    its Melrose.
    continued use effects s. permanent I for Carrabelte, St. Marks: and Ap.ilacbacola. Connects at Tallaea;.s-rt
    .. dined: with the officers onboard cure. It also cures itch barber's itch up, eayiug I could live but a short. STARKE FLA. land River Route steamers. Connects at Oeala for llomosasja-Connects Connects at River at Junction.fcVrnaudiaa fur Chattabo for :btS
    Steamer to the Islands Cumber
    scald and Brunswick,
    the ship. When the chapped hands sore chronic nipples sore itching eyes piles andgianulr.ted time. I gave myself up to my points NO.North 10. daily.tied Wet]haves :::18 p. m., for all 1 office AU ,baggage:a/J Hogan will Street be checked a*, well from as at Union the Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold: at the city ticket
    connecting Jack Depot ticket
    Americans left the boat, the : lids. Saviour, determined if I could-not sonville with through sleeper for New York, It. U'. CAMPBELL, Passenger: Agent. office.J. E. :M
    caotain through stay with friends earth I Cincinnati and Intermediate points. Ticket Atjent :2(12 U> an interpreter Dr. Cady's Condition my on NO.14.lea"'e..5:1: a. m. daily tor same WALTEJi O. Ilogan, JakH nville>, l-'la.
    Powders for would meet absent, points named above. carry rug COLEM"AK: General Traveling '
    above. through sleeper lg( Jucksoaville.
    said "Tell them horses my ones
    : I thank ihe
    are : best tonic blood purifier Tampa and intermediate points to New York A, O. MaeDONNELL, Gen. Pass.:
    them for the kindness and vermifuge. Price 25 cents. Sold My husband was advised to"got:: Dr.King's connecting) at Jacksonville with trains from Agent.
    they New Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and all points
    Discovery for Con north and west also with trains for
    have shown us. We are their A sumption and Florida, Pen.sacola.: Mobile, New Orleans,west
    very cool-headed calculating Coughs Colds. I Tex: '
    as. Mexico and
    prisoners, but they have treat gentleman who has gave: it a trial, took ii all eight NO. 13 leaves 11:59: p. m.points.with connection fr Southern 1'
    from all points and divisions. .
    ed us as gentlemen. Say to given; mature bottles. It has cured me, and from Mew: York. Through sleeper .
    thought to tho ,,
    thank God I NO. 9 leaves 10:5Sa.m. with throu
    them that the am saved and now steer
    Spaniard in] subject is of the ei connections from all points north west and r R
    opinion that well and healthy woman." Trial I all points in the state. : an way.MSQIUTELY
    :Spain is one man, and the For the be.tmap: of the .
    with next winter, at l least, all bottles free at J. L. (Gaskins' Drug other information call on or write state toD.GREKN.Agent sleeper r ,

    :Spaniard in Cuba quite another danger'' of injury to citrus Store. Regular size 50c and 100. THE SHORTEST: ROUTE. -

    man. We are sorry fruit Culture in the: Guaranteed or price refunded.All N, S. Pennington. T. M. Starke Fla. ..
    orange A. O. !llacDo '
    ell G. P. A.Jacksonville
    for this CiniOTJQII
    war. We are not to belt of Florida will have mcrfibers of the State Fla. PUL12IAII DRAWING BOOM CABS DIIfTNO CAR3,

    blame for it, nor are theseAmerican ;.,.a... THOBOT7GHFAKE: COACHES, VESTIBULES TEAHI3. ,

    gentlemen we have passed.on the He fact bases that his for conclusion the- troops will by be United physically examined The .A. 8. R. ,& G. R. R.

    met. It is the States recruiting
    our four NORTH EAST AND
    there -WEST.TWO
    past has
    unwise leaders in Cuba, andre peculiar years combination beena of officers after their ar Departure asd Arrival! of Trains. .

    deplore it. If we loose rival at Tampa, and those who DAILY TRAINS! BET\VEEN FLORIDA
    heavenly bodies which occurs STARVE, FLORIDA. AND: TIE: EAST

    our ship we will give it up are rejected will have to pay fJO- 1 dally, leaves 7 a. m. for aCrosse.
    only once or in
    a Erinlsley and
    like men. Ask tho man of and that century their return railroad fare, as the connects with Intermediate the O. S.points.& F. at This Sampson train .Washington....- and Southwestern Limited
    '" always unction for Paljtka.
    Macon and
    \Var intermediate
    the press to send a message to Department makes no pro points. And the United States Fast: Mci!. '
    :. 1 produces abnormal meteorological vision for returning NO- 3 Satur "ays and Sundays only. Leaves
    Barcelona telling our families rejected S.MI;: p. m. for LaCrosse Hrinkly and intermedIate
    i.t l lT conditions. lIe says volunteers. points,('onnectin at :Sampson Junction. CULT 21 IIOU S JACKSONVILLE: TO WASHINGTO

    that we are all right and i in that when that Tor I'alatkaMacoa and intermediate points.: ONLY 27
    combinationis MO-: 5- second class. Leaves Starke 4XJ a.m JACKSONVILLE 70 SS77 YOILLwithout
    the hands of Christian gentle for LaCrosse. tSrinkley and intermediate
    ; which will be Buckleii's Arnica Salvo. points. This train is daily Y
    men.:-Gainesville Sun. --- very riO. 2. arrhcs at Snrke t2 except tl. n m Sunday. -- -
    -- -" "'w. "' '' ''" -
    soon' rioriaa weather ; .D'J
    uoeJ u:
    as The Best Salve in the world for dues NO 4 and, arrives at Starke at V:30 p: m. Satur. In.Car through 1 change to Washington,B&lliumr.. '
    I Sundays .4.-
    well that of other only. Ph11ad.IphiaNew York
    as portionsof Cuts Bruises: Sores NO- 6- second class arrives at Starke 5:30 ADd the East. .
    Salt p.
    : A clergyman in the'west i the globe will m. L aily except Sunday. :

    assume a Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Chap- GEO. TOMPSETT. Gen. THROUGH
    Supt. PULLMAN
    had two curates'one DRAWING-ROOM '.
    country normal condition, and then Starke Fla. SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN -. r
    ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and AP.THUIi Mii3S. Gen. Mzr.: JACKSONVILLE
    a comparatively old man, the there will be no more frozen Jacksonville. Fla. AND NASHViLLC. ..?.It ..; ,
    Skin .
    all and
    Eruptions, positively ,
    other very young. With the orange groves here, and the :ures Piles, or no pay required. It GAKESYILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. -Through I Sleny! Caw Daily Jacksonville to
    former he had not been able
    prosperity of the nineties TIME CARD .
    early is XO. :> Cincinnati via
    guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Asheville Tircczh tli'J
    to work agreeably, and on being will return to us. So mole In erect on and after Nov. 7. .
    or money refunded. Price No. 1. N".3. llo. "LAND OF THE SKY.
    invited to another 2 No. 4
    living it be.-Orlando Reporter. Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex. Daily.

    he accepted it and took the 25 cent per 00%. Sunday: Sunday.Lv. r cetrd111d Information M to rate, wl-ertnlcn(! "laapin
    am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. top: Bc eat of 11:. SouxHWi-V KAILWAT or iu connections. : car rtsertl'r a. etc. mIr to

    ..' ,. young curate with him. NaturallY For sale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug 720 727 30J Gainesville..... 1100 700 pm. i

    there was a farewell CASTOR Store.A 730 3 3illf..MinaieBill..IOr11 15 t..Cannon's ring.. 1055 6 653 50 L. A. SHIPMAE, Florida Pua>t Ast.. 212 West Bay Strctt. J ks"'nv1lIe..f1a.
    4 735 s .0 .RncUy Point.. 1050 645 J. M. OFLP.
    sermon and we For 750 335 f.... Wacaaoota. 1040 630 F. A. TURK, S.
    can imaginethe Infants and Children. Boston paper says that the 800> 35t..Flewellens..1030: H. HAEDTICI,
    620:! SSffiKTA C
    feelings of the curate who 805 3Wt.Clyatfs ..:, 10':5 615 A d iS&Seix: dui Gatt-p 'tjL &a1..
    The Kind You Have>; Always BoughtBears young \ omen of that city are 810 355 .... .ICirkWood..IUIt 610 __ Ma12tI a At.aotttGt.
    \vas to be left behind when lie 815 4 00 t.... Elmore...... 10 05 605 1897.
    ,iI" showing their patriotism'by 817 405t.... .Tacoma .... 1000 600 .. .-, -- _.. .
    heard the text given out theSignature 1 820 4 10 f.... Taylor's...... 855 555 > -- -- -. .. ,-
    ( red white 825 4J5t..Micanopy..95O
    d't and.blue 550
    Abide hero of u 835 ...
    ye with the ass # 42if..Tuscawilla.; Q40 543 THE POMONA
    and I and the lad will go garters. A St. Louis paper declines 837 842 301.Lake 435: t. ,r Hickman Simonon... .. 93593a 535 540: r s r NEW CATA. '
    : der and worship.-Ex. 'Yes; the ,Spanish have fired '. to accept the story. 'It 847 852 44Ut..Southside.4 {5 .Dunjrarvon ....... 925!92) 533 525 0 LOCUS FOR 1 t 98 0 '

    on the steamship Algonquin l ," says the Boston girls may havethat 902.... .500t... .Fort.. .. ..Irvine Drape......: fi..10.. 515 i3 K ... WILL CE REACT TO MAIL U OCT03EK.. .t s

    Deantr <. Blood Deep. said the kind of patriotism, but it i I; Ar.am.Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm hI' I I jaile part witty fellows I ..
    i of
    Clean blood man yesterday telegraph 6!;ltlons. I oir 177 cat* +
    without means & clean skin. No does not believe they are showing f. flog btatlons.. -...... l .. : ."willjraa pe.re&elldtJea: copy 'f yowr +
    beauty it. Cascarets to his friend. hW '.
    ,Candy Cathartic "You don'tsay l J.l.. BUNCH,-Cen. Pass.: Agent. I C! .NpTsrry G. btioe. I ha i :a tYroy.but t
    clean your blood and keep it cleans by ; it.Dea't V. J. IIEKIONG. Gea. Man. h ve 1 c e4 it. I fiad x> many intr"ti"K
    stirring the where did it j diners in tl Out I de act wish
    ... up 1.1f.liver and driving all impurities ; happen? '. ;- KDr" to be Withollt a t
    from the n to-day to "Off Hatteras. Tobacco Spit ud Smote Tot ,q .
    The :r .1
    banish blotches way. Our new 189]
    pimples I boils blackheads Algonquin Catalog- wilt em'.aia til the
    sad that sickly bilious To quit tobacco easily and rore.er.Ie m MtDlCAL .' good Jf"tmei of the it ?rttaTogu?Vr sivie"
    complexion by taking; had two at f: I rtanf t ..
    Cucaret ,beanty for ten cents. All drug> Spanish stokerson netlc.full of life nerve and rigor, take No-To- .. 10'a.!. rhototraphCe new one* Patty Vie--.Ill. .stT te

    gist, eatiefaction guaranteed. lOc,25c 50c. board, and they threw coal strong.Bac.the An wonder-worker druggists,50c, that snakes weak ncn: < '. t J;! .i Frott cad OrnammtatTreevapd oo r Shrub a foil*.).lap?we: 31.;
    into the furnaces." And teed. Booties and sample or free Cure Address guarU TlUTMfHT! ; I to Gout ern pkLBtioc-! Cklalo uc Stet. Ad.1rea. ,
    f letter s (
    from I
    New York it went Sterling llece-ay Co., Chicago or New Yort ; t Knrejt and I4*t Preflt V T GRIPPING BROS. CO., f-i
    tha business is in } the rounds.:-TimesUnion .. Peach for S.utb rn PtanBtti. 201i01f1 "
    says many: and Citizen. ""That the deceased came to 06 TRIAL \1 ". 1 =- Ir0SZ .Jv.It.! _1ltACflEU1tT. ,r"r. ,b 1

    "V".1ysletter than it was before I!
    I his
    the declaration of war.. This CJ.A.S T C)n.z.A. ; by being struck by a To Any Reliable Man. : JOB' PRINTINGBring WS HAVE HO AOS? T8:

    is IiemJ:. Kind Yea Hiffi Always 83!' fit railroad train in the hands of Ireceiver Lsrvekme apttaneeand one mtmth's rrteediq .
    : tat stic ; '
    noticeable :' "
    especially in realestate of I t' "J .M!: t' s i
    rare Iii rrory
    power* be t-at on u Ul.without !C4
    Siptte ctU.3 n.Gt is the way coroner' DiWHC-e: pttymfi-.t.by the foremOSt any. \i1:" who'Z'I": .r.-. t::to ;.a .
    mpsnrintC it to THE ....
    I wKich, compared with '. vorid In the trectnient of men weak trckca.dis I. ADVOCATE offlc- ::.;.:; w t.'r....:... .!.a..k 3: &;0.1
    Gv: jury put it out West. conrsccd from effect of excePl'eS.worry OTerI'' .. t 111" .. :- ':-:; 1tOI.
    its work. k!. eeenred& WE CAN. DO IT ,f/. x .." +: x..r..ea r.
    .m- past lethargy now compete res- _
    erJoylDg ; torstO1 or de.ekupm.nt\ ;; f '_ ,."'1, ,, .
    ScraloTour Itovr !. TFHh: of all rnbost concittono. AS YOU WANT IT-, ... '!& .z
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    f* -" .C-'Io-laO for The time of thU offer Jm1f"1. t ';J .
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    fifty Cicts. No C O. i) '- I.Jc:
    v quite a boom. Coady CalLarllc.: ( cure constipation fore-er. Gnaranoed tobacco See; tio dwrcptlia; no erwo.nr.... Artdren- I.FIENYOU.lANTITY [ ''VYK-'p\.k'/' '" .r'4t ., ..
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    I ";NEWSY 'LOCAL GLEANINGS !i ..) \ ,.' ,'PERSONAL NOTES. ..;" V "' .,.Mr.' T." A:' Knight, of- this ity..attended -! ............. ...............';;;: ......... :....,................ .-._.._-...-......._-.,.,.-...-..fII-.. ." .,;,.._.,.'....,. '". 4y4a
    I Miss Dnie Denmark the Grand Lodge Kuighf.* =,.-II.'--,.,.fiiiI.__.,.,.,..,-." ""'-" ._."_"'.-.""."." -....-. ,,",.-............ .ee:,-. .-....-..., .
    ,. visited friendsat .
    =-cr to so to 40; '. ,. -. r
    Pythias in Jacksonville .
    Lawtey .1nstwee .
    1: : .Saturday.. '
    Mr. S. L. Stroup, of:Warnell, was '" We are glad to note the fact that To CASH BUYERS.
    ( BORHOOD. Company'B. 'J ;:
    Mr. W. is
    in the city Saturday. .B. Haynea' little son rapid- v

    'ITEliPERSOHAL : : impatiently] 11 ly improving from his recent illness.. ...!
    ; PERTINENT &: PECULIAR Mr. A. C. Carpenter, of Boston, was
    headquarters !
    ,- on'our.streets Miss Pearl Hackett returned yesterday ; '
    \Ve out
    Thursday't are closing our
    ; : .; The Com from Lawtey where she has k.
    Old papers for sale at this office. Mr. F. D. Wttkovski made a bus-] been friends for entire stock of. . ',:, >ir'
    and all of visiting a few days.i "
    nessjrip to Lawtey Friday.
    i .
    Blank mortgages for sale at this and First Lieutenant A. V. Long, the! '

    office. examination visiting Mrs. relatives R. 'T. Richard the,city.of Waldo, is Guards, went on a recruiting expedition Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc. ,

    ,recruits will LaCrosse and Alachua Satur ,
    Fresh Honey 15 cents per poundat 'Mrs, O. C. Husband, f.MeIroseh -

    WHITE'S ,GsoczEr. I to-day and visiting1 relatives_ in the city. day.Mrs.. S. L. Pounds and little son, In fact.everything we have in t. :

    We hear that there is going tobe their head !ft. Percy Starbird made a business w Addison, of Gainesville, are visitingMr. V stock, and we will sell goods .

    comes for ,trip to Gainesville yesterday. and Mrs. T. W. Sweat in this -

    ture.a wedding. here in the near fu will be about: Bev. Benny Davis,of LaCrosse; was city.Mr. t-Prices That Will Surprise Oar Peopled: :
    come from visiting! in the city Saturday. Perce Starbird, of Lake Butler 1:;

    The rain last Friday night was and nine! Mr. J. C. Cason'and wife, of Hampton was in the city on a visit Sunday.Mr. .

    "'! blessing to the farmers of this section Gainesville. were in the city Saturday. Starbird was in Jacksonville Sat A visit to our store will convince #

    .-'", they will im Mr:: F.. \Vitkovski made a business urday. what you that we mean just ....._ ,:. ,
    Mr Chas. B. Ost left we say. Respectfully: }.t".
    ';; rc in the trip WLaCrosse Saturday. yesterday for V ,oj'fiC. ; "'
    ". 1 ,::'1 e enlisted in the Military Company the neces Rev. Gilmore and wife, of Gaines the McArthur Refrigerator Car Con': q)

    ': :,;. Thursday. regard to drill ville, were in the city yesterday. pany. N.W. HACKETT,

    will not Rev. J. A. Hughes filled his Nr j
    Blank regular F. R. Morgan made a bU:1inesstrip
    turpentine land leases for in appointment at Waldo I tae: Fla.
    the Sunday. to LaCrosse Friday Fred says! "
    sale at this office. If
    you wan hero with the Mr. J. W. Sutton and wife, of that several people toak him to be a .... ..... ..... .. ..... ..... ., i
    come and see """' .. .. -, .... ,;.". ..,_., .,. ..p..fI.oa.. .,.,.,. 4
    us. _
    i any ;. ordered by the Hampton, were in our city i Saturday conscripting officer. -"--. .P.- '_.-' -_. .--.o-=>-. .....__.C"-- ._.......c..:.::. tI'

    The colored people had a picnic Capt. Geo. Tompsett returned froma Mr. J.'E. Wainwright, of the Water 1.:.

    at Pleasant Grove, two miles North : this city are business trip to Jacksonville, Satur Oak section, was in- the city seater '"

    ..... of this city, yesterday. articles day.Mr. day.crops in Mr.a fine Wainwright condition. reports the} UfflOI !
    Louis OL I C fi[ MIM
    : The truck farmers have commenced to the articles boys be of Sampson,Worthington were in the city and scale sister, Capt. R. C. Ileiberger made a business QQ tea .

    to ship cucumbers in abundance con trip ,to Jacksonville Saturday

    from this section. linen pouch in day.Mr. The Captain,reports unusual activity
    ,.- their F. J. Cooper, of Boston, was among the soldier boys there. And every shot is directed at .
    Mr. F. S. Dawson is building carry among the visitors to this city Thurs;
    is a thought Mr. E. Q. Douglasp our hustling
    ,,- .. cigar factoryon the old ClemnSons the ladies and I day. piano salesman, has been talking ( CES. *
    (HIGH PRI )
    Mrs. Loss of "Waldo
    property on West Call Street. their kindness Beasley, was: pianos to the good people of the
    visiting relatives in the city Satur Water Oak section for the past few '.; ,,
    A party of people. from this city i ;, in this way. day. -- days. '' .k
    We have a large stock of goods .,..
    epent Sunday afternoon at the for the
    4 Mr. Chas. Ost has returned from a Mr. W. N. Meacham will leave for '
    Truby Springs on Water Oak. every man, *. Tampa in a few...dayp. Mr. Meacham
    Starke's two bands have resumed the city should ville. has shipped all of his house hold '

    practising again. The bands did banners An I Mrs. Tennant and Miss Eta Barnes,, goods home.and intends making Tampa his We last! Sell Them Regardless of'! Cost ,
    $ of Waldo, were visiting in this city <
    boys a grand
    not the
    practice during meeting. Sunday. Mr. O. C. Husband, one of lIelrose'sprominent ,
    know that .
    The Lawtey Band, (colored,) we Editor T.R. Hodges, of the ADVOCATE .. merch.-mis; was in the city So como along right now and z -
    treated our citizens to a musical 1 are go visited 'relatives at Cedar Key on business yesterday. Mr. Husband take advantage of tho. . V ;
    stayed to the drill last
    glorious old 1 over see boys
    'program on the streets Fridaymorning. Sunday. night.

    come time comes down Mrs. R. C. Heiberger and children,,I Mr. R. F. Ensey has accepted a-po- Bargains We Are OfferingfyC ; V. ,:
    are visiting relatives at Green Cove i V
    sition with of United StatesCivil
    Strawberries: are still being cheer our boys Springs.? corps '..
    Engineers stationed at St. Augustine -
    shipped in' small quantities fro -Mr. S. B. Denmark made a business I and left for that place ye We will hereafter do l NO credit ','

    '..... this point. The prices are mY ,; r e- trip to tho West end of the county. | ter day business, consequently the good. ."c;V V

    low however. after Tuesday Mr. E. V. Fogg, a prominent citizen customers will not have to pay -.

    Our farmers General Mr. C. Matthews, of Gainesville,, of the Litesville section and au the bad accounts. I; .')O"fJ T. 1
    are shipping a ex-member of the school board, was .I> '
    abundance of Irish th examination was among the visitors to this city among the visitors to Bradford's solid '! '
    potatoes i 1 Batallion Thursday. city Saturday. JOIN OUR REGIMENT --= 7( -
    season and we hope they are bringing f'i't"
    ex :Mr. Rafo Alvarez and son, Drew, Mr. S. J. Prescott, one of SampsonCits
    good prices. and to-mor OE CUSTOMERSRight
    made a business trip to Sampson City wide-awake merchants, was i in -
    The weather was decidedly cool last week. the city on business Friday. Mr.Precott .
    and the benefit of
    : says the farmers in his: section now get
    Saturday and Sunday. This causedthe Mr. N. D. Wainwright, of this city, need rain badly. the bargains we are offering. A
    cough drops to take the about 2:30: spent Sunday with his father ou
    place Water Oak. Mr. Raymond Prescott, one of f fine line of groceries as well as .
    of the cool drinks. broke out on Sampson City's popular young men, every thing else in stock.
    Mr. IT. C. Ryals and two little l
    wiisoo streets Mr. Pre
    Sternburg our Friday
    ,_,II Rasclidorf was exhibiting : the railroad. daughters, of Sampson, were in the ott reports everything in a flourishing -
    a curiosity Thursday in the way city Friday. condition at Sampson. Hodges, Douglass & McLeod,

    of a potato that had nine smaller c v- Mr. Elmore, Auditor for the A., S. Capt. II. S. Grimes, of the steamer '

    potatoes attached to it. rushed to R. & G. R'y. was in the city on bus Alert, plying between Melrose and Truby Sternberg &; Co.'s old stand

    too late to ness Saturday.. Waldo, was in the, city visiting his .

    _, Four or five recruits came in cool heads Capt. Edwards. La\ytey's parents Sunday. Capt. Grimes* says ,-"., ."., ._.,. .,.,._.,_.,."., ._,.i.-_,"., .-........ ........_.............-. ._.. .....
    from the country yesterday. They; in turpentine his steamer is safe from Spanish -i "_'" .Iio;,;;. .'.".."!!.Joo'..,..,. .-.._"",,, '_,-. ","' ..-I->._._.p..Iii'AC>i; .".,;; '", '.oCI'IIi ''''' ...'
    ex operator, was in the city on bus 1 shells.

    t ,' *'..immediately in the went Armory.A to their. headquarters they arrived. ness yesterday. For first class Kerosene Oil, f THE C. B. ROGERS CO. J> .

    was called Mrs. M. L. Johns returned Satef rThat will
    not yqur lamp spoil, ij! aii
    load than ha] day from a pleasant visit with friendsin .
    car of mules got
    passed : Jacksonville. Call on J. F. P. McMurry ..A.CXSOv: I r ..r.T'!. :FL.A.ti fl>
    through this city Saturday en route they were
    And we will guarantee you wil l m
    to Tampa., They will probably be was over. Mr. Win. Agin, who works at Cum not Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour Grits, Meal, Etc _--
    to mer's log camp, was in the city Sunday worry, t !-i it
    sent to Cuba with the army. Because your lamp globes are SOLE AGENTS FORFairbank Our business confined-to the
    and the and Monday. f 1
    : t trade Orders from W
    smoked and light dim. Canning Co. Lion Brand only. consumers -
    Andrew Albert, (colored,) is getting in a very few Mr. W. C. Douglass, one of Jackson We feel sure if yon try one gallon i t 1 neither solicited nor de- !p

    ,\ np a company of colored volunteers 1 seen. !No vill '8 prominent business men'wasin you will come again. 11 Canned Meats E red. 6ij %

    in this county and says he it. the city Thursday.
    has We hear that the young ladies; ij Quotations Made Promptly On Application.
    thirty-five signatures already.Blackberries e. Mr. Townsend, a successful turpentine
    operator from New River arc preparing treat for the soldier .'!"\ ......."-'. '.............'--........""'" ............."", .,.,.,..,."., .,.,.,.-.#JIll.,.,.#JIll."., ."., .". '.,..-
    are fast ,getting from was -. -."., .-. .-"., -._. ."., i-.-.-.,.,. .-.,.-........... _-.-.......
    in the city Saturday.Mr. boys when they leave for Tampa
    ripe now and the small boy maybe if you.-wIll The treat will consist of l lunchesflowers ,
    Mack Geiger, one of Waldo's
    seen with a blue ring around his remedy. You etc., and will be given to
    prominent citizens was in the city _sd WILLIAM TYSON
    mouth on the streets at any time. : through your Saturday on business. them at the train. Ilurrah for the ---

    out of order, girls. We know the boys will appreciate
    ? The F. C. & P. R'y. is doing life or ambi :Mr. J. J. Moore, our popular! young their kindness. LIVERY SALE AND PEED STABLES
    considerable hauling of I dentist, made a professional visit to ,
    army supplies in fact are, Lake Butler last week. An old resident was heard to remark '
    I to Tampa. Two extra trainloads
    Electric Mr. J. M, Tharin, tho hustling the other day that the weather. *--STARKE, FL11(((
    passed through this city last
    .remedy that drummer from fast at this
    Friday night. Montgomery, Ala., changed so season of .
    and sure re- was in town Thursday. the year that he had to sleep witla f

    The recruits will be arriving inr i on.your' Dr. Wills our_ successful, physician good fire in one room and have ",1 1 Make a Specialty} of Conyeyiug> Traveling Hen to Points In tae COuntl)'...*. V .-

    6 th o city to-day. They will make Kidneys, tone left yesterday for Tampa where b ethe( windows all up in another

    : ,,: the Armory their headquarters and make will visit for a few days. room BO as to change with the.
    ''', being. They; I weather i SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.'
    ,i F;. the time comes for them to ': or re Mr. F. R. Dawson, our hustling -
    .;f leave for Tampa. L. Gaskins'price clear manufacturer, made,a businesstrip Mr. J. W. Hodges has purchased '

    V V: Ellarbe.e & Co. arc daily shipping 50 cents per to Waldo Saturday.Mr. a handsome pair of cream horses

    G. S. Scott, one of Ocala and a tan surry from a gentleman
    : large orders of .
    turpentine. prominent business men, was in, the I at Green Cove Springs. This is Alladin Securit yOil
    V Mr. to mention
    : V says that. this is a good city-on business Saturday. the finest rig we have seen for sometime

    '", ..' location. for a still and that he i is Society of the Mr., W. D. Durden, one of Ham p and it makes a pretty appearance 1 ,
    pleased} with Starli in the
    : ;t, meet ton's wide-awake citizens, was in our on our streets. ,

    ," ,- The Victor Cornet Band furtiished afternoon at city on business Saturday. All of the'l l ladies are especially! For+ Sale By .
    .. ::'.;: music for the Guards in the of the ]ladies. Mr. B. P. Smith, the druggist, who invited to attend the meeting of .-

    '...-. ':Armory last night The boys ? are caper i- has been very ill for the past few the Woman Christain Temp '

    '. spent the evening pleasantly by ;! as matters days, is rapidly- recovering.Miss ance Union which will be help{ rat J. F.P. McMUKKAY, Grocer: '

    -.';,,.;":," dancing and drilling.. be attended Minnie Andrews, one of the Baptist ,church this aftern on.
    is also e Starke's;)! attractive ladies, is 'will
    f young By coming your encourage a NOTE REDUCTION IN PRICE
    Lieutenant Long of the Guards not be visiting friends in Warnell. good cause. ,.

    i',, was in Melrose. last week. He who wish to .Otl.6 GalloJl. L 5 ts.
    -. says Mr. Pan C> !; that a recruiting officer from Pa- .
    of the
    : knight grip, made a b.usfnes@tri
    .. V for the soldier to drill last GalloJl.s L eo ts.
    V : latka had been there enlisting menfor sufferer from to Jacksonville yesterday. boys Fi.ve cer: : L
    } the Palatka Friday eveninp. Several
    Company. !: since the Rev. G. T." Leitner preached an ladies and gentlemen' Were present young This is the best Oil. sold in the] .City.
    all kinds of interesting sermon at the Baptist ,
    Ji: Quite a large party of people and enjoyed a. delightful dance
    t from this city fish last I found church lu this city last Sunday. after the d rill.rd .
    enjoyed a fry at Call and examine -my stock of Gro.. ',. a ad
    :, lake last been a.suc .\r. A. ,B. nolllngsworth, lva "
    ,>' Sampson Friday evening.The The Military Company: is grin ceries. I low
    > party left, over the A S. R. and that is City's popular mill man, was among guarantee prices as as ,
    Cholera and the visitor. to this city Saturday into camp near the base ball
    & G. R'y. and returnedhomeabont.s" P. F. GRt 9 *" any, and solicit your trade. ... :
    ; The .
    grounds to-day. boys will
    8DIr.E. .
    iy 1; Johns oar }hustling United .1ti, n
    ,. 11 clock. They reported plenty"a .
    .. .-For sale, Stale 'pepttty McrEbal, 1J1"dc'at{Stay in camp here _until they are \. ,
    .oLfirth and time GUARANTEED\
    splendid '! .' bjtt=5iiess trip \r&viUtJ; e"sfatunlav. ;ordered to Tam rn.' i SATISFACTION _' ,.,
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