The Florida weekly advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086620/00144
 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
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Official Directories. Sex and Population. nary efforts on the part of the
The London Post has lately authorities here, all the pow-

STATE. -- called attention to the state- der, shot, and shell requisitefor
Secretary of State, J. L.Crawford. INTEREST. ment that Egypt is to enjoy the Troops Will I Now Moveon this relief expedition have .

'If Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds. singular distinction of being been assembled at San Francisco.
Treasurer J. B. Whitfield., to Cuba at Once
Attorney-Generalj Wm. Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. the one country in the world SPANISH SHIP EXPLODES. Gathered From Our State Exchanges.

Commissioner of Agriculture, L.B. where exceed ift LONDON, May. 11.-A dispatch -
men women >
t Wombwell.Superintendent of Public 'Instruc- JHaxville. number. By the latest census Spanish Fleet Has Been Discovered at from Gibraltar says that The Teachers' Summer Training -
tion, W. N. Sheats. Mr. E. E. Johns, of Starke,
Cadiz but Sampson has not British steamer which has
COURT. the male sex in the dominionsof Schools to be held by the
SUPREME: : in town .
was Saturday.We
arrived there -
I Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor. the Khedive exceeds the Been Heard From. just reports.offi State will begin opening this
Justices Milton H. Ma ray, F. B had a fine rain Friday cially that she passed yesterday

Carter. female by 160,000. The Powers Want Spain to Git'eup.A evening a Spanish torpedo boat month. .
and it
COUNTY. night was surely badly
State Senator A. Crosby. This alleged distinction of Spanish Warship Destroyed ,destroyer, which was guarding Mrs.\ Silver and daughter, of

Representatives, L D. Wall and E.. needed. Egypt lacks, however, the important ---Assistance Algeciras Bay and Straits. Tallahassee, were arrested last ,
P. Ward. Alford Goes to Join Shortly after the steamer passedher
Miss Florence re- feature of being ac with
Tax Collector J. C. Byrd. Dewey. Monday chnrged counter-
all the of the des-
Tax.Assessor, W. J. Epperson. turned home from a visit to curate. Egypt is not the only TAMPA 10.-Now that lights
May suddenly extin- feiting.
Treasurer. E. S. Matthews. troyer were
Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. Hampton! Sunday.Mr. country in which women are the Spanish fleet is known,to guished, and a terrific explo-
: Weeks. The State troops will all report -
Sheriff; S.B.Denmark. B. H. Powell is at home outnumbered by men; thereare be out of the way, the invasionof sion followed immediately, and at Tampa to-day. Several (

County Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. others-several othersandin the destroyer disappeared.LATEST -
now and will look after his Cuba will be pushed with all hundred the
Superintendent of Public Instruc- are on ground
tion F. D. Shell. farm in the future. the number of these are the possible speed. The transportsare IN A NUT SHELL.

County Judge, J. R. Richard. .United States. By the censusof Activity, indicative of early already.
Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. Mr. E. E. Johns bought eight I being loaded with arms,
6, Geo. A. Gardiner. 1890 there were in this coun- ammunition, and stores of all invasion, is increasing. More The prisoners in Dade. county .
head of fine mules from Mr. B.
County Commissioners,Judge Turn- male than i hurried to will hereafter be put to good
lin, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, try 1,513,510 more kinds as fast as men can rush troops are being

J. U. Crews, D. W. Clyatt. a H. Powell Saturday. I female inhabitants.In it into the holds. Work com- Tampa, together with vast use. They will break rock to

The Cummer Lumber Company I Australia the disparity stores of supplies, arms and be used on the public roads.A .
CITY. menced late last night, and it ammunition. In
Mayor, A.L. von Kirn. has shut down. The last between the is some quar-
sexes even greater -
still The five meeting of the leading
Clerk. George Gardiner. goes.steadily on. ters it is believed that a general -'
Assessor T. W. Sweat. log train was run on Tuesday.Dr. than it is here. Nor can this transports in the slip, the movement of the army of turpentine men of Florida and

Treasurer, E..P.Duncan. ,- preponderance of men be as- Comal, Berkshire, :Miller, Al- will be made withina
:Marshal J. P. Bennet. .. Wicklens and Miss Mary occupation Georgia was held in Ocala p ..

Night; Police, J. N. Joms. Green made a flying trip to cribed to the comparatively recent leghany, and Florida, are rapidly few hours. Thursday for the purpose of
Aldermen, F. R. Edward under
Morgan sinking' in the water Reportscom.e from Spain to
Middleton, J. M. Truby N.W. Hack- Jacksonville Saturdaw. settlement of the United effecting an organization.
their loads. will
the effect that Sagasta
ett and J. W. Hicks.
States and of Australia for in
'"" Which Way? On the Florida carloads of prosecute the war to the bitter Everything is now at a stand-

Church Directory. Italy men outnumber women, Springfield rifles and ammuni- end. The Manila defeat seemsto
still at Fort Ogden as if is too
What we will do with the and by the last Italian census tion for that caliber of guns are rankle in the Spanish breast, ,
Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor. dry and too hot. The
' .Services every 1st, 2nd and 5th Sun Philippines is troubling many. there was an excess of male over being stored. This cargo is ev- and it is cabled that 40,000 reserves -

day. Prayermeetlng every Wednes- The Herald gives the four female inhabitants in the proportion idently for the Cuban army. will be sent to Manila to bles are all dead, and nearly all
day evening at 7 o'olock. Sunday There is no longer attemptto laurels from the have dropped off.
any wrest Dewey's oranges
school every Sunday morning at 9 plausible ways disposing of 50.20 to 49.80. i
o'clock. keep the operations at Port him. This expedition will be
our new possesions; each as In Greece the percentage of The Punta Gorda Herald
Baptist, Rev. G.T. Leitner, pastor. Tampa secret. The contents of met by a strong expeditionfrom
Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. good as the other. male inhabitants is higher even the long boxes is known to San Francisco, includingthe observes that the interior of

; Prayer-meeting} at 7 o'clock. every Sunday Thursday school every evening First, the United State may than: it is in Italy, and so it is, everyone to be two dozen riflesto cruiser Charleston and sev- Florida, "the agricultural and

Sunday; morning at 9:30 o'clock. undertake to hold the islandsas too, in Servia and Roumania.In each case. The contents of eral thousand men, together stock raising district," 1re reap-

Methodist, Kev. J. A. Hendry, pas "security for the money all the South American the smaller ones is ammunition. with a great store of ammuni- ing benefits through the ex

tor. Services every Sunday, morn- POWERS WANT SPAIN TO GIVE tion, so that if the Spaniards istence
ing and evening. Prayer-meeting ev- indemnity to be paid by Spainas countries, with the exceptionof of war.
attack Dewey he will furnish
ery Wednesday evening at o'clock.. a penalty of the war and Chili and Venezuela UP.WASIIINGTON ,
Sunday school every Sunday morn- men May 10.Asa them an exceedingly warm re- Reports are current, coming

',,.' ing at{9:30} o'clock. then restore them to Spain. outnumber the women, and thisis result of the Spanish reverseat ception.TIlE from good authority, to the ef-

Episcopal, Rev. F. R. IToleman, Second, it may! as a necessityin particularly the case in Bra- FIRST AMERICAN BLOOD fect that the volunteers of the,
clergyman I in charge. 'Services every Manila, leading members of
2nd and 4th :Sunday: afternoon at 3 3/30 view of Spain's bankrupt zil and in the Argentine Re- SPILLED. New York National Guard mcybe

o'clock. Sunday school o'clock.every Sunday : condition, take them as in- public. 0 the diplomatic corps, representing KEY WEST, May 12. .There ordered to St.
afternoon at 2 some of the most influential Augustine as
Christian, no pastor at present. demnity, in whole or part, and Ip England's! South African was an engagement off Cardenas their headquarters.
Powers of
of the
Prayermeetiug every Wednesday then try to dispose of them to colonies-in India and in Canada great Europe, yesterday afternoon at 1
evening at 7 O'clock. Sunday school have unofficially exchangedviews o'clockin which the cruiser Wilmington The State Democratic Ex
every Sunday morning at 9:30: o'- some other Power for a satisfactory i as well as in Egypt, the
' clock. on the opportuneness ofa (Commander Todd), ecutive Committee met at Jack-
financial or territorial number of male inhabitants
ex- with the
I movement, greatest the torpedo boat Winslow and sonville Wednesday and
I Lodges. consideration.Third ceeds the number of female in- kindness, toward urging the auxiliary gunboat Hudsonwere
ordered that Convention b,
a ,
Stare Lodge No. 34, K of P. meets it may give the peo- habitants, and it is not easy, upon Spain the futility of engaged. One officer and

every Thursday! 7 p. m. ple of the islands their independence : therefore, to see how such an continuing the war, and to three men were killed and sev- held at Orlando on Wednesday.Aug. .

W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, as is proposed in should have been made bring about peace, on the basisof eral others wounded. The 3rd, to nominate can-
J. R. DAVIS, K. of R. and t S.; -_ error as independence to Cuba, a war dead are Ensign Bagley; John didates for State offices.

.. Bradford Lodge 1'0.42, F. & A. M., the case of Cuba. to say Egypt was entitled to the indemnity, and the occupa- Varvorles, oiler; Josiah Tun-

Srd meeting Sunday every 7 p. m.Thursday before the Fourth, it may decide not to distinction claimed for it.-New tion of Manila by America net, cabin cook ; J. V. Meeks The largest; contract for army

.- \ F. MALPHOBS, W. :M. part with the Philippines at York Sun. until the war indemnity be and J. Daniel, firemen. supplies thus far awarded was

W. N. MEACHAM, Sec. all but and themas paid.It C. B.
keep govern The engagement took place signed on Friday by Rog:

May Lodge No. 10,I.O. O.F.,meets an American Colonial posses- A few years ago a Texan was stated to-night by one inside the harbor of Cardenas.The ers of Jacksonville for t'Ee

every Tuesday 7:30 p.m. told the girl he was courtingthat of the most influential members gunboat Wilmington, the
L. W. KICKLITKR, N. G. sion. delivery by the C. B. Rogers

W. N. MKACUAM, Sec. a man would move heaven I of the diplomatic corps, torpedo boat Winslow the gun- Company ut Port Tampa of
an Ambassador, that such a boat Hudson the .
were only ves-
The largest dwelling housein and earth for the woman he
hundred carloads of
seven hay
step by Spain was the logical seles engaged. They enteredthe
the world is the Freihausina loves. She promptly asked result of the crushing deafet of harbor for the purpose of and grain.

]\pSS s, E. SWEAT suburb of Vienna, containingin him to move the county seat, the Spanish at :Manila. With attacking some Spanish gunboats Frank Al

... all between 1,200 and 1,500 and with characteristic enter- the present condition of Spain, which were known to be berry: a small

PIANO TEACHER j rooms, divided into upward of prise he set out to do so. lIe : and revolution pending, he there and sinking them, if pos- colored boy, of Tampa, paid

STARKE, FLA. 400 separate apartments. This bought the land for a new town did not know whether the sible. These latter, however, the penalty Tuesday for stealing -

Latest methods. Special attention givento men at the head of the Gov- were discovered by the a ride on a train. He fell
immense house wherein a site started launched'a
technique. Apply for terms a town, ernment were strong enough or American force until the Span- from a passenger tram on the *

whole city lives, works, eats newspaper, went into politics, brave enough to save Spain bya ish opened fire. The land bat-
... L. SCOTT. M. D., Plant System, and lost one of
.... A.. and sleeps, has thirteen court- and has actually succeeded in heroic sacrifice of her pride.If teries of Cardenas supportedthe
,PHYSICIAN AID SURGEON ,, his legs. This is bat of
\\ some
yard-five open and eight moving the county seat from they did not, he said, the fire of the Spanish gunboats.The .

STARKE, FLA. covered-and a garden within its former location to his new disaster at Manila would be engagement commenced at our boys will get if they don'tquit

OSoe at G&sldn's] Drug-Store. its walls. town. This of his affec- repeated, for it was now patentto 2-30 o'clock and lasted for jumping on and off mov-
the world that Spain's mili- about an hour. ing trains.

E.L. STEWART. M.D., Doa't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tear lift Iwaj. tion was sufficient-, and the tary and naval strength was : The battle while it lasted was

To quit. tobacco easily and orerer.be magnetic man who could ,move a countyseat grotesquely inadequate to terrific. The Wilmington arid Tampa merchants are experi-
-o EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT 4 .full of life,noire and rigor, take No-To-
with the forces of the encing quite a boom from the
win the he
Bar the wonder-worker that makes weak men to girl loved cope Hudson were ahead and openedfire

STARKE, FLA. strong. AU druggists,Me or tl. Cure guaran has been appropriately reward- United States. on the Spanish boats, which troops. One groceryman last
teed. Booklet and sample, free Address
Office at. Starke Drug Co. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New YorkMaxim's ed.-Gazetteer. THE CHARLESTON GOES TO JOIN were lying. at the docks. The week sold 1000 cash of sup-

DEWEY. firing began at a range of 3-, to the soldiers while .
I POWELL, M IX, ,, cavalry gun, which "WASHINGTON l1.-The plies ;
TATE : May 500 yards. A few minutes
: old soldiers
Many now feel the
...PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON fires 700 shots a minute,weighs later the Winslow and thoughtful trucker from the
.. ,?* effects of the hard service they Navy Department has decidedto came up
STARKE, FLA. but thirty pounds, and can be endured the : have the cruiser Charlestonstart also opened fire. In an instant Wonders in Sumter. county,
during war. Mr.
strapped to a soldier's back. the fire of the Spanish gun- quietly landed in Tampa witha
Over thirty years experience In Diseases of Geo. S: Anderson, of Rossville, at once on its relief mission -
Women und Children. Office Starke The he made for the Sul- boats and land batteries were car load of fine cabbages and
Drug Company. gun York county, Penn., who saw the to AdmiralJDewey's fleetat directed her. From all
upon they sold like hot cakes to
tan fires 770 shots minute but
hardest kind of service at the Manila The orders issued sides shot and shell seemed to

'.. ;- DR.J. O..HAYNES.DENTIST. it is a fieldpiece': on wheels. front, is now frequently troubled anticipate the departure of the pour in upon the little torpedoboat. the head.soldier boys at five cents'a.. .

:with rheumatism. "I had a severe ,Charleston from San Francisco The Wilmington and
STARKE FLORIDA. xe-To-Eae for Fifty CeaUoCUaranteed
,, tobacco habit core,makes weal attack lately," he says, "and to-day, if it is possible to get Hudson still kept up their fire, Fire broke out Monday after- *
Office at residence oa: South Street. men strong. ,blood Dure. SOc$1.Andruggists p the ammunition and stores but could not turn aside
bottle of Chamberlain'sPain
Teeth extracted painlessly )means of localna&UMttos. procured a noon in the shaving room of the
.reasonable.chArpTHOS. All kinds,,,. of dental work done at The largest mass of pure Balm. It did so much good; aboard, and she will not wait the terrible storm of fire and. Live Oak Com-

-- -- rock salt in the world lies that I would like to know what to. convoy the City of Pekin death pouring in upon the tore Manufacturing

.E.BCOG under the of Gallicia and the other ships loaded pedo boat. The crew of the pany, and spread so rapidly
Province would for ,
charge ne'Iozen
{ Attorney and Counsellor at you : with supplies. The orders to Winslow, however, never faltered that nothing could be done ta ;:"
La'f.1 ".
? Hungary. It is known to be ( bottles. Mr. Anderson -T
the commandant of for second.At .
thenavy a check it. The entire plant,
; STARKE, FLA. 550 miles long, ,20 toad and wanted it both for his own use
.. yard at Mare Island are to put 2:15 p. m. a solid shell planing mill 'and ice factory
&:;' Q3c at Residence on Cherry Street. 250 feet in thickness. and to supply it to his friends I on board the Charleston all the crushed into the hull of the

aud neighbors, as every family I ammunition she will Winslow and knocked out her Became total losses. There
>Kdneat Year Bowels With Cascaret carry,
'f"R F. ENSEY should have a bottle of it in their
CIVIL ENGINEER. Candy Cathartic j. In instant were abut! one million feet of
cure constipation forever. long as her steaming capacity boiler. an she began -
lOc SSe.: It C.C.C.fall,druggists refund money. home, not only for reheumatism}: t
0':;: COUNTY SURVEYOR.Professional but lame back sprains, swellings, -is not retarded. It is the understanding to roll and drift helplessly. lumber on.If hand, near one-half

Subscribe for the ,FLORIDA cuts, bruises and, burns, for:which here that at least The Winslow was towed backto of which was dressed The

Drawing. Blue Printing. Fatty SE:1n-: WEEKLY ADAOCATE and it is unequalled. For sale by J. L. 150. tons of ammunition can be Key West .and, will be sent tofal )loss is estimated at about
nUN of work turn 1st el on application.
-< ;*street with C.L.Peek. ,. get:, the war. :1 1i news. Gasfcins, Druggist. put on board. By extraordi- to the navy yard for repair. i $30OO O? "

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Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate "V ring'Jiiaillst' : "" the Devil my environments in the army Eccentricity: in the Pulpit.. .

I THOUGHTS be calculated to develop the The stories of clerical ec
,"."- PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND r1UDAYS; : Is there not such a thing as'a better elements; in my nature. fentricities are many; but AN OPEN LETTERu .

:. ... -AT- Christian: trying to fight. God's' Fighting at intervals, is bad probably Lorenzo Dow, the MOTHERS.;
.,.-..'... STARKE, FLORIDA. battles with the Devil's enough, for I tried it when I eloquent Methodist. preacher, To '

Cor. 10:4. Eph. was a boy. .A.nd'I am sure that is;:the only man who ever madea WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE CbURTS OUR RIGHT TO
weapons '
Entered at. the postofflce at Starke, Florida, THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA, AND
I, :,' &s second-class mall matter.; C:12. The writer respects the as a regular occupation it wouldbe proposal of marriage from PITCHER'S CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK. z

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. -1 honest conscientious t 5*"** convictions infinitely worse. the "sacred eminence of a I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts
I of those who diffei with him on It certainly calls out, and de- pulpit." "CASTO RIA," the same that
"j was the originator of r.
the and desires velops, .all the latent meanness The Reverend'Lorenzo had
war questions
...." TEXAS HODGES, .that there is in a man. has borne and does now bear P on every .
that others do as much for his not been many weeks a widower "
;.<- EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. And it should never be defended the facsimile signature of ( /yfT&ucA wrapper.
convictions. if when he decided to incur
However they ru.
>> or excused, evenbysinners This is the original "CASTO RI I A" which has been used in .
don't see fit to do so, he has on any other ground matrimonial risks again. At
.Advertising, -;, Kates. resolved that he will respect han: as a choice of evils, and the close of one of his sermonshe the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. };
Our advertising rates will be as reasonable CAREFULLY at the and see that it is "<
al consistent with keeping up &good news them himself whether othersdo in the light of civilization and startled the congregation by LOOK wrapper

paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to or not, and whenever theyare past' national experiences, it announcing: the kind you have always bought > on tho--f
s2f/ ?
Issue a clean,attractive newspaper with only should be the last choice that
I ro such a proportion of advertisements as will attacked: he will defend them. sinners should make.In "I am willing to take to myself and has. the signature of C t&x7'&M wrap- MiP /-.j.

insure buried that behind all will a mass be seen of others.and read Rates,awl none will I have never' yet *tried to con- conclusion, let -me say a' second wife;x if any per. No one has authority from me to use my name except li

be uniform and will be made known on appli vince' a, man whom I thoughtwas that while I am not infalliable, woman in this congregationdesires The Centaur Company, of which Chas.H.Fletcher is President. 'f:

cation. in error, or persueing a the Book that I go to for in- to marry me let her March 24 1898. / :
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Another little appropriationof wrong course, by telling him struction and guidance in this stand up." v .;D. .I'i
dark hour is therefore- know
he would "lose friends '* make In answer to this appeal two
$35,000,000 was asked for I[ am right. Men may censure ladies immediately; arose, one Do Not Be Deceived. >

.the other day to h defray the enemies, or "lose money. and criticise, but my confidencein near the pulpit, the other in a _Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting ..> t.. Ji!.
I what virtue thereis of Jesus ,
the g.
ordinary expenses of the army try teachings grows distant corner of the chapel. which offer
substitute some druggist may you
in sound argument and New stronger, and I am undismayed.I Lorenzo took careful stock of a cheap "
until the latter part of next i
know God is with me. The (because he makes a few more pennies on It), the ingredients ;
Testament doctrine. Anythingelse the two applicants for his hand .
\ month. other is engine on which I ride, is God's and after an interval, gravelysaid of which even he does not know. I'S
; or any course, a
; promises, and the track. on : "I think the one near me The Kind You Have Always I
in the
: There at
are present mistake and a failure, unless which I am running is God's was the first to rise. I will Bought"r:

1% : United States senate twelve the fellow that you are tryingto revealed truth. And outside of take her." The second Mrs. BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF -..!,f yTMT i"'

senators who served in the convince is a coward time- that we don't know much about Dow, thus strangely selected, _.... .... '. ;",, ";" .' :r.:":".
'union army and twelve who server and a moral weakling in God's purposes. And brethren, was a woman of means and .' ,. ;';J

served in the confederate army. the universe of God. let me drop you a gentle ad- culture, and made'the eccentric .1., c. monition here. Don't arbi- excellent wife.- x:"; ::
There preacher an ;f/U .
are fifty-seven repre- Men with convictions and '
trarily commit the God of the Ledger. :;, ,
Chicago : '
sentatives who served in the manhood, to say nothing of universe to either side of this &tf<"f!'

-.' union army and thirty' who are Christianity, are not buying personal "tussel," as it were, Whooping Cough. Insist on HavingThe -:

r,exconfederates.The..... friends at the sacrifice of their between "Uncle Sam" and I had a little boy who was nearly You. fj
..., :' conscience and the compromise Spain. Better wait until the dead from an attack of whooping Kind That Never Failed e. i i'I.

official report, of the thing has ended and see which cough. :My neighbors recommended THE CCNTAJRtOUPAMY,ft KURAAV QTftCET, KCW VOKH CITY ..".fikww
Tampa cigar industry for 1897. o,| their manhood. We"are gets the worst of the fracas.If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.I .,..

',:Tinakes\ an interesting como tired of that old saw, "If ydu [ you should commit God to did not thmk that any medicine ,- :;,
so and so will lose "Uncle Sam's" side and he' would help him, but after giving
.. tarison with the statistics for > you
< ? him a few doses of that remedy I -3TOE-!
$96. In'96 there were2G4 working '0 nds and make enemies." should get walloped, then noticed and
an improvement, one
what? This is shot No. 2.W. .
factories in Tampa Last jfeartherefore 'l man who will fall out with E. DAUGIIEETY.Wot bottle cured him entirely. It is FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING !,
the best medicine I
cough had
r ever
and become
: 167. The number you, your enemy in the house. J. L. MOORE, South BRING YOUR W011K TO THE OFFICE OF THE.. F :k-,

of cigfrs made was 105,000,000 because you honestly differ )For EverythingBut :: Burgettstown Pa. For sale :
oddeing; tOOO,000 odd less with him, forces you to do one if you have kidney, liver or J. L. Gaskins, Druggist.! FLORIDA !).:{ SEMI-WEEKLY 1. .: ADVOCATE !.t,

= of two things. First, he forces 1 ,,,./-
than_ Fri the number Bladder troublo will find :
:jut you C.Ea. i T 0 i.11l.. -J-- i -t": :"".
sold.and rted was 99,000- you to sacrifice your convictionsand S\ramp-Root just the remedy you Bean the The Kind You Have Always Bought8lgnatIIle 'I'

000 odd, being 5,000,000 odd stultify yourself, or second, need. People are not apt to get of '- WE PRINTCARDS P =,;M'

more than in 1896. The manufacture to live without his friendship. anxious about their health soon To Cure Constipation Forever. CARDS, ,.. r .. TAGS, : ;} \

of cigarettes is on a 1 1or Every true man has the courageof enough. If you are "not quite Take Gisuarets Candy Cathartic. lOc or:25a: CHECKS C ., I -
If C.C.C.fail ; LABELS
scale but' his convictions.The \well" or "half sick" have you ever ............. to cure-druggists- refund- money ,
trifling TICKETS
', ;"": the figures show an increaseof i signs of the times i indicate -, thought the cause that of your your sickness kidneys?maybe J. F. P. McMUEBY\ i CIRCUIAES, : .,

six fold. The 'report on a: that society will' be revolutionized It is easy to tell by setting aside DEALER BILL HEADS, -) L ,I' STATEMENTS I ,

whole shows that the business in the near future. your urine fur twenty-four hours; NOTE HEADS, LETTER HEADS,.

held its own, and that the large And those who are in favor of a sediment or settling indicates an FANCY GROCERIES I ETC., ETC., ETC. .. s
factories are squeezing the small unhealthy condition of the kid- iwC > .
the war will be lionized and
shops out of existence.V neys. When urine stains linen it -I --
those who, even on Christian i is evidence of kidney trouble.

Two 'and one-half hours are principles, oppose '. Christians Too frequent desire to urinate, The Best and Freshest Stock in Tow:}. / Printers,' -

required for a mosquito to going to war will be snubbed. scanty supply, pain or dull achein -TRY ME.- J.GOOlI ..
the back is also convincing REQUISITES
develop from, its first stage, a The prospective soldiers and proof that the kidneys and bladder EDWARD MDDLETOR Paper, !:.

speck resembling cholera war advocates have a monopolyon .need doctoring. -T0- $ [Presses, .-., -

., bacteria, to its active and social circles, while he who There is satisfaction knowing Successor to Andrews&Middlenon. .t.JTTPO .
r'J that the great remedy Dr. Kilmer's -GOOD I WORK: ; ,, "
's" '- ': .. :. venomous maturity. The insects reserves the right to himself as Swamp-Root, fulfills every wish in PROPRIETOR OF \' .- 1. ..
J'.i.7:; !. all its phases may be in'stantly a Christian, to condemn war as relieving weak or diseased kidneysand 'And: _i..

killed by contact with anti-christian, will be socially all forms of bladder and urinary -: Starke Livery, Peed and Sale ilulc339 _:I':. ".
., troubles. Not only- does f L
-minute quantities of per- ostracised and cast out. I .,
Swamp-Root give new life and activity -
manganate of potash, says a know it Many beardless to the kidneys-the cause STABLES. WE HAVE ALL THESE. ...S;e _

medical paper. It is claimed youths are now volunteeringunder of trouble, but by treating the
kidneys it acts as a tonic for the NEN AND: SECOND.HAND: BUGGIES: {'I TERMS f j We Solicit a Trial Order Satisfaction Guaranteed.
that one part of this substancein the transient feeling of .
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entire constitution. If need a ; AND HARNESS FOR SALE. 'STRICTLY CASH. :
you Office in Postoffico Building, Call and Sea Us ,
1,500 of solution distributedin excitement, and with very false medicine you should have the : .. ,7'
ideas of I shed tearsas Sold I THE '"\<<'.
mosquito marshes will render. glory. best. by druggists, price; :!
the development of larvae im- I behold how they are hurrying fifty cents and one dollar, or by DO YOU WHITE 1 # ;
mentioning the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY : -, NEW YORK :
possible ; that a handful of and being hurried off from ADVOCATE and sending -- IF SO WRITE.RIGI!!.

':; :permanganate will oxidize a ten losing mothers, to disease, your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ,. I niK t .
Binghamton, N. Y., havea THEICE-A-WEEK EDITION. .. '" .*. acre swamp, )kill its embryo bloodshed and death. Oh! you may .
bottle of this discovery lt.
sample great .
insects and keep it free from that men and old
:, young vrW "
sent to you free by mail ;. f.,
organic matter for thiry days as,ready and willing to endure, upon receipt of three two-cent 18 Pages a Week r,.'-i'u.
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at a cost of 25 cents; that with suffer and die for Jesus and an stamps to cover cost of postage on ,0." >>: "1'j ;:
156 Papers Year '.
care a whole State may be kept heaven. the bottle. : :1'"
incorruptible crown Th.
.". f r je of insect pests at a small .. t-.t'.>I-
., cost.-New York Post. Yea, professed Christian men. A :New Gin. FOEONEDOLLAK.Published .,.,-,'.","-f' i\-;:..,
A lady asked me the other <>
A novel improvement in the .' -
Savannah News: A good day, "are :you going to volun- process of ginning has been every Alternate Day except Sunday.

,: many of those who are thinkingof teer?" I told her, "no, for Ii patented by a Northern in- The Thrice-a-Week Editionof .

volunteering for, the war are am already a soldier. About I ventor which if fulfilling claims THE NEW YORK WORLD is '. "; ., ,

saying that they do not wish fifteen years ago I volunteeredas made will prove a bonanza to first among all weekly" pa- I am Sub-Agent for Bradford and Su '* "- '

to be treated "regulars.." a soldier of the cross. I enlisted its originator and pers in size, frequency of pub-
bring new and the freshness Counties for this Celebrated
lication rounding
The idea Seems to be that in for life, or until the war hope to the heart of the spinnerin and variety of its

the service a distinction will be was over." And I did. I mean the prospect of a clear staple.It accuracy contents. It has all the meritsof Typewriter. ;

; '. made between the regulars and to win the fight or die. is a conceded fact that the a great $6 daily at the priceof Can I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES _

a. the volunteers. In however I have solemnly resolved in dollar Its ,
: = war, ordinary saw gin general use a weekly. political -

I, there is no distinction be- (fully realizing what the future in the South cuts and tears thfi news is prompt, complete, _.' .. SUB-AGENT.. ._ I
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fibre and is defective in accurate and impartial as all its =
tween the two classes of soldiers, may have in store for me). that removing W.
leaves dirt trash and other readers will testify. It is
X that the : I will in' other .YYYVVyVyyy yyI
except possibly regumars never fight any .
foreign matters. The promoters against the monopolies and for
: >.: fare better because their than the Grand Army of the of the invention claimto the people.
I rw: YOU) A. COWARD ? ,
officers know better how to take Cross, unless, by a direct command have perfected a machine It prints the news of all the ..

.. e care of them, and they knowbetter of my Captain, Jesus the that will preserve every fibre, world, having special correspondence I At ft r siht this may seem to be".ai "'
.. Chr... 'large and small}], perfectly and from all importantnews i C' T .u. an impudent ques."cE
:; how to take care of them. t. 'I ,, --Ihh tioiu We are told however,by the famous author ,
.selves. As far ** fi vhen asked "do will furnish it to the baling points on the globe. It )11I"U'h." Disraeli,tint any man is a coward,even in spite of** ?'
as "bossing > ex- \
you press entirely clean. The rollerprocess has brilliant illustrations, ', .. f himself,if his garments are ill-fitting or in a shahby -. ;

goes, ,the volunteer officers, pee o go ;,to the war?" I ahsurery idea is employed, the stories by great authors, a capi- 1P- of elegant condition.attire If you you wish should to enjoy order the your bravery Suits

-'_ from corporal up to colonel, It all depends; : upon: chief point of improvement be- tal humor page, complete markets I and Overcoats of

:, ,.w, will be expected to maintain whether I ':get a new order to ing a combing web of a material ,departments for the house- i. 80,11111 & GO .

: rigid discipline) withstand:: that effect or not. My present woven of horse hair imbeded hold and women's work and i / .,_ "
; iiig the stripes' or t straps perpendicularly in vulcanized other special departments of i ,1p THG!&UI CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. L ;
.tt Ortfer Book-:-the New Testament Who for 2O: have led all rivalry in Cus tone'
be the of years
may only point rubber. The claim is made unusual interest. !
II to In Material
Tailoring and cever please
contains oder to that I
superiority of the, officer over no that the rubber, wearing away We offer this unequaled, Style or Workmanship. "BORN"suit will cost
the soldier. effect. Then too, I, am of the in the same proportion.with newspaper and THE FLORIDA : ,.,. you less than the kind of tailoring! that makes'c. !

lot: '::;,... firm conviction, that the life:ol horso hair teeth, always leaves, SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together ) .- \\1 / men cowardly., Every Feature OuaraDteed.CII', <>.:[
0 A.S'X'0 B.x'A.. I SOOT Patterns to Choose from. .;
-; Bun the_ 1hfl KM You Bare Always Bongbt a soldier, engaged in '"carnal the teeth exposed for -the i', 'one.year for.$1.50. I _y cue: : OS .- .r
..,l.' Biguituetf. rA 'warfare, isi] not calculated] $ .to rk.--C..Qtto;. Planters Jocrfetl. The' regular] ,.subscription! ........ '., ') .
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g ,11/,' Wheat, Prices. andnr::- ad Cargo, oi Girls.< I: -- R.\ILROADSOIo, .-' .' --..;'.

": Riots. : About the end of April a: AF CANDY A ."

.. It is well to remember that cargo of girls was shipped. FLORIDA CENTRAL | PENINSULAR R. RU.

the phenomenal advance in, from London to Australia.:] CATHARTIC .

the price of wheat-:to 1.50 It's rather a curious business.) d aS

1. busehl-is in dogree Of Hew Florida and Kortliern Air Line asd FtorMa 7rs2i Line. v
very slight course, women are always, ,.

if at all due to the war. ill demand in a new country.! TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY d S9S.: .

It so happens that last year There was a time; in our history :- CUBE CONSTIPATION 'w "
3tDai 33 33 35DUly t.e: 33Dully .
ever great wheatproducingcountry when cargoes of young }) Sun Dally Dally D.ul.OUTR1RN. POINTS. D.ll S Dully,_ .

in the world except women were brought over: JOc ...... ISa...... SOttpLv... so.lvil1e..Ar., .. .. Sts;; ...... '9:5:-" 81(4 .
our own had a short from the old to be- ALL ...:.. .'>a.. .._.. 840piLv. .. .. Ynlee.! ... ...Ar. :..... 1+31: .,..... 83fi 7 a .,...
crop, country ; 25c 50c ...... .......915pAr.. .. FernamUna.. Lv. ...... .... '1* 6 .. .
some of them having scarcely com the wives of ...... 5001.8: : ..?.. lOllp ... ....Eve'ett..Ar. ..,.... ea tlJ...... .643 5
I colonists.In DRUGGISTSto.. ...... ........ ... ". .....$.nnswigk.....Lv. ... ...[ ....t...... III .... ..... .
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at all while had 1205a1214aLv Savannah. ... a .
we small this : 4
any crop way curious .. .... ...... .. ....Savannah.sirs.. : 31t.'a'-to.'" 4 ..._. ..'.:..
not the greatest yield we. 'ever traffi is still carried ...... .... Ar. ....Fairfax S. O.. .** .....1 I 'g. 2 ..... ..;, ..
... .. ...... :1211"i. ..
on. ....... '
tOOOp ..iio" Deamark.S C... .... .,; 4UDt62Jp ... ... .._.
L :lv:1UEL: S JF. ...... ...... ..... ....... se ... .. 131
had but a great There i in Britain .. .Aa.uSt\Gc.;:: : .. ..... .. SAi.: ...._ .....
'very crop. great an ...... ...... .... .... 443a1125a ...Columbia. C... .. ........lit 47a :.::.. t i C ia .. .'....
France Germany ..- ...... ...... ...... .... ... ...... SparlswlKirg C.AsnevUle ., ". .. ...:);;; .. .. ...' .".....
Italy, Emigration Association which ..... ...... ...... ...... ... ....1 3 .. X.O... .. .. .. :H.. .. ... ..:. :... ...._..
England and all the rest have sends Lawtey, Fla., ...... ...... ...... 820p033p ...... 915uI047a .Charlotte.T. C... .. ......:.1(1&JmV...... 9 .....' ...;.,,'
young women to. ... ... ...... ...... ... ... to .Sulphury. N. c... ..... :1:1.3: ...... SI't,. _.... ..
...... ...... .....1044p ... .. .Greensboro. .. ..... ..... '
now to buy the wheat that British .1210 N C. : 111 7 'i1J ...... ..
Columbia )
and :;
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I200p600l ...... 130p DarrviUeva: w .. .. ..... ..
ordinarily they produce in Australia. LIVERY MD FEED STABLES. ... .......... ..... : ...... 6 2&p .. ...Rlc'aaioml.' Va... to ...-.11x1. :..... 260 5-50olo., :..... ..
They must be ..... ...... .... .. :
.15801....... 3" ..Lr..chbUl'Z:; Va... .... 4 tai ...... ..... ....:.

great part for themselves unmarried healthy and of # ...... ...... ...... 33aa.6423........ 5 30p925p: '?. ..Chsrlottesville.. ..W shingktn..... .". ........,.!tti:LeiI' ........ ... .. ..
Russia has ... .... .... ... .... 8003lOloa ......l125p. ......Baltimore.:.. .." ...... ..... .
no suplus to exPort good character, and for such Finest Turnouts in the City. .. .... ...... ...... ...... 25f .. ....Paihx,( !.ph!a.... ..... 7: ". "....340.4..... '-. '
India has little there is ...... ...... ...... 1243p90Cp...1.... 623a30p ......New ):ork..... ". .......12I5StH-* ...... .....
Egypt girls a heavy welcome. ... ... ... .... ...... ) .. ......Boston... .._ ......1| p|...... ........ :

next to none, and even our The IClondyke would welcome Drummers' Teams -on) Short Notice. Draying a Specialty. .. CINCINNATI-J ACKSON VILLE. j NosT 1-fo. 9 1t:1'lt 8ND WESTfLOSIDA NO 3t-Nos.
8&13 '
new South American com- a consignment. Macon. Atlanta, Daily Diily755a ASO.:SEW 7h14ua&10-
Prompt attention given to all orders. Chattanooga: Cincinnati .-- Outstay. _Dally Daily
petitors Argentina, has needed Western Australia reports a J r r.:5 o Chicago 1 ......j' Lv..reraartrna..t520';
Toledo Detroit "" ... .. 911aLv..c.tuatan: ....Ar51j
practically all her wheat for famine. The e
girl Agent General Louts0
x: Cleveland. Z 9-1Op.92:>::1LV Jick;onvjLe..A1 73043oa 13 SOftp

home" consumption. of this colonyjjas appealed (ui -S'r.ASt.tS: :: : : .;J ::1669- 0 ville. and St.- Louis.: Ita9p lOSPpI23Sajlta 1164a&M Ar..E.d.win..Lv..... .. .. .KtareefsJfio. ....... 51 84:1: ;L 317p 4 Up .

W 8 loa S6Jp'Lv..Jackonviie..Ar.! 810x'. ..... >ii ... .. \ ... .." : !
Thus crop conditions and to the Emigration Asso- 10 29j 10 lip Ar: .....Everett. .Lv. 530a1.: ... .. .. .. 1210p725p .....Ga cb'ilIe... ." .. .... 11054 250i
not war have caused what- R. 'V. DIXON & SON 440p745p 4 lOa to......Macon. ... noop ...... ... ... ". ...Ce .
ciation for
a cargo.of girls; and z 115 ......Atlanta.. .. 815p. .... 12Pt T.15p '...Uawitorne ..." 34rta3Cla 1271,
is and OOOp II 50aLv.[ .....Atlanta.... .Ar. 1:106: .. ... 2H( 1'243p: .' ... .. Cttra ......" 1245p:057a
ever good whatever is one is now being made to sail GENERAL COMMISSIOli MERCHANTS 84Ox) lOOp .. Chattanooga...Lv.. 310p.. .. .J ..'" t'xp "....S.lve Sf-rings..". .. .... ... ...
\ bad in the this It 730p 730L ..Cincinnati.. .. 83I .... 255a4iOa: IHp _. ... ( .. .... 205a H59
month. will consist
present high prices of
Ni5 ASHEVILLE ROUTE. 2 4-p ".... WU<:w.'Od...." 12!Ftra :

of wheat. For there is both fifty women between eighteenarid :: 190 and 190 Duane St', New York. p. Pullman Sleeper between J Jacksonville Cincinnati 61 531a a;. 343p 3 111Let'Sbu'g"...... :Tavares: ........."" I10T:00l1p p ioi5a 9454

w and Chicajro. 9 15n 5U' .. .. ....."
p .OrianJo 7 ICp 8:5
good and bad in the condi- forty,. a carefully selected < .......Jacksonville...... Art !3) lOam 537p 5 S71Wi t r Pa.ck .... *360pi05Ua soon
tions that exist. Southern Fruits an Vegetables a Specialty.I.I 8 1.2 13am Lv..... .... Savannah.. .. .... SWam( alas 33.'Jp d. C\Ll.rnu.: : ." i120. 1U02&
invoice sent in charge ofa 4 loani Ar.,. .. ... ...Columbia .. Lv125am 12ITuai 54ta607a 3:2p "....Lacooctec..." 94th:
To farmers and other Ar..... Spartanburg......Lv 531'Pm 406p ;.'... .Dade Cliy...." lOeOa8R9a 926a:
our matron J"-c Juke a Specialll of Strawberries and Teaches !::I 124.pmAr..llendersonville..L\.300pm 71\1\\: : 5Olp: .....PlantCi'y...." 8i'.i
holders is that m Throughout the Ellti..c ..rear. 145pmAr.. .. ......Ash>iUe... .. Lv 205pm 830a, lIOOp .... ....Tmpa. ....... 730p,73 a-
:) they mean a The colony pays the rail- :nd 3 5' pm Ar.,....Hot Springs.. ... .Lv !U46am
I W 720pm Ar... ...Knoxville: ... ... ...H455am 825am
wealth that will be shared road fare. of the emigrants to llF.FF- ExcE.-Irving National Bank, New York, ltnd Commer- r Ar..... ...Lexington.........Lv740am 10 15pm ONLY THUOUCB PULLMAN SLElWE: ;
with all other classes c: cial .Agel1cie At.Cincinnati..Lv 30pm *
indirectly London, pays' their board (f11J S 3tlam'Lv..Cincianatt .........A d trtr;n 4
of the community.To while there awaiting sailing lJ, "W"ErrE: : :E"on STErTC22 ST.&MI'S: : :Et'C.A. :: 543pm Ar..... ...Chicago.....T..LV 9 Wan> BI'TTWEEM: JAClvSONVlLLEANDLv.
| sir Four. -
the French 'and Italian and them free 8'Oam v..Cincinnati..Ar 635pm N::V ORLIIANS.600p .
day, provides ...... ...Chicago u.... .. Lt S:;(Jam .
Government they mean a great passags by steamer: to Free- A. JOHNS --dt t Monon Route
No.22i-lO. l: .
v..Cil1cinnat1..A 600pm wtarrsasnvisw'i;: IX }
,. loss of revenue. mantle. When they get there 5'OOpm Ar. .. ......Chicago.. ...... ..LvjlOOOam Daily Dally A. OM.w01u.\I& r

>" To the French and Italian they find a government depot -STARKE, FLA., Pennsylvania. I .. 5!5p;,f--St2.1n. .-. Jlk-- >ion.v.ii.1r- 7a'll r....-
ST LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, JACKSONVILLE. 10Wp,1125a Ar....Lake City.. .Lv 5 ,.....
people, and in lesser degree to with another matron. 1:35pa1213p.Live: : Ouk.....* 51 ....
a.Sta jle and Fancy Groceries"Country : 8 UOpm Lv...... ....Jacksonville...... Ar HlOaca1100pm 2'9p: 114y ... .. ..blrxlylrn Mil-on. -I:'6p u"t" ..
the German people, they The Canadian governmentdoes 1) 1O14pmAr.Everett..Lv Mam a4Oa, 235p "._.Montce! : ...." soop'ir.i213p4 ..
'nnaut\\\ s 410am .. .... .. ..Macoa... ...... tii.ita825a 33'p ....Ta h'e: ..... : ......
which in \um\\\ .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .
mean a hunger Italy not pay the fare of 715am Atlanta 815pm ( 430p .' .Quiacy ....." IJ9\I,,......
Produce Ftc. 1 ,.. ..
OCyin450am Chattanooga 310pm 040a 5 13pUOOp; .river Jucetton ... .
is finding violent expression women immigrants but is .........Lexington.... .... 10 00am . ..' "... .Pcn..acma. .... 1240p'130ui.. .* .
.,. 75 am620,1m .Louisville........ 743pm762am .. .... S(-).. ".... ..1\1\1l1e.. .. r Va 1},! ,# *.
in bloody bread riots that glad to get them, and the. :: .........StLOllis,...... . ... 740a ".New: Orlcaa.: i :." 74:>p'.U-O".....
When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a
I threaten revolution. Emigrant Association frequently
Call. I will make it to
your advantage. SLEEP-ING CAR SEn\'U':3:
As for similar conditions in sends out small consign I '--
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Spain they have the additional nts.-Ex. Nos. 35 and 30 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and JaokdonviCe, and the Clncln-,
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Beats the Klondike.Mr. RAILROADS. nati Sleeper via Asheville. .
causes .,of a wasteful and Nos. 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville; and New York in connectionwith
8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
hopeless war in Cuba an insane STATE OF Onio, ) A. C. Thomas, of Marys-: No 36 carries through Sleeper between Jactsoavllle and ChaU.iuuo;a. Sauie returDH by
CITY TOLEDO yule, Tex., has found a more valu- F. C & P. SHORT LINE No. 33 Into Jacksonville. Sleeper between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
war with the United OF > ss. Close! connections at Cincinnati St. Louis and Kansas City for all points West and South.
LUCAS COUNTY. ) able discovery than has yet been Nos. land 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Orleans Sleeper.
States and some centuries of made in the Klondike. For tDaily except Sunday. Dally except Saturday and Sunday. IThi* trail does not run
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath years NORTH EAST WEST Monday. Sunday and :Monday only. Connections at Tampa: for St. Petersburg, Maaateo! :
excessively bad government.But he suffered untold agony from con- River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee': for all points on Manatee
that he is the senior of the river. At Starke for Lacrosse. At Waldo steamer for MelroMj. Coantcti at TaUaeassee
in the main the high partner sumption, accompanied by hemor- DEPARTURE MD ARRIVALS OF IRAIHSSTARKE for Carrabelte St.Marks, and Apalachacola. Connects at River Junction for Ccattnboocho
firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co. doing and kneed Riversteamers. Connects at Ocala for IIomosas.-.a. Connects al Fornaadlna for Cumberland : -
rages ; was absolutely
of wheat with its enrichment Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick,
price business in the City of Toledo by Dr. King's New Discovery for FLA. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be Fold at toe city ticket
of and its office, 202 llogan Street as well as at the Unioa Depot ticket office.
our country County and State aforesaid, and Consumption, Coughs and ; C lds. NO- 10. daily. leaves 3:17: p. m., for all 11. \V. CAMPBELL, Passenger Ageut. J. E. \RSHALL. .
impoverishment of other people He declares that gold is of little points North and West connecting at Jack Ticket Agent 'O2'fi*t Bay St., corner Hogan, Ju"ksonviIk, I'la.
that said firm will pay the sum of sonville with through sleeper for New York WALTER G. COLEMAN, General
is the result of crop conditions value in comparison with this Cincinnati and intermediate points. Traveling Ag.MKl, JnckBouville.:!
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for marvelous cure would have it NO. 14 leaves 5:12 a. m. dally for same A O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pass. 4lgcnt.5outhern .
of unusual and almost ; ,
an I points named above carrying through sleeper .
each and every case of Catarrh even if it cost a hundred dollars a.. Tampa and intermediate points to New York .a..
a phenomenal character. N. that cannot he cured by the use of bottle. Asthma Bronchitis and : connecting, at Jacksonville with trains from .' ..
Atlanta Chattanooga and all points .. ,
I'Y.. World. HALL'S CATARRH CURE. all throat and lung affections north and west also with trains for west
CI 1& arp Florida, Pensacola. Mobile New Orleans. Tex ,
FRANK J. CHENEY. postively cured by Dr. King's as. Mexico and California points. .
Sworn to before me and sub- NO. 13 leaves 11:59: p. m. with connection
New Discovery for Consumption. from all points and dlvi'>ions. Through sleeper
ASTORIA scribed in my presence, this 6th Trial) bottles free at J. L. Gaskins I from New York. D -f'
I N O- 9 leaves 1l4a.! m. with through sleeper -
For Infants and Children. day of December, A. D. 1886. Drugstore. Regular size 50 cents all connections in from all points north west and r ro
points the state.
( '---A.) W. GLEASON, and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or For the best map of the state sleeper or

The Kind. You Hays Always Bought j 8jiAL. ( Notary Public. price refunded. other information call on or write toD.GKKEN.Agent, MUTELY 1 THE SHORTEST ROHTE.DEAWETO .
/ *
.rNIlaiPs ,.
Bears theSignature /7 I. N, S. Pennln ton.. T. M. Starke.Fla.
Catarrh Cur is taken internally '
: of W The war may+ ,pd sooner A. O. MacDonell. G. P. A. nmOUGII PULLMAN noon: OATIS, Dnniro CARS > .
: and acts the fr
e directly on Jacksonville Fla. '
'. than think : t last THOEOTJGHTAHE COACHES VESTIBUI =p Ir3. '
:;' blood and mucous surfaces of the we oi', may a,,,, _....

The Indiana.In system. Send for testimonials, longer than we think. Spainis The i S R. a G. R. R. I.I
free. already in the throes of a NORTH EAST AND \ EST. ; :

speaking of the'Indiaiia, F. J. CHENEY & CO., revolution. The Government Departure and Arrival of Trains. ,

I a reliable authority says; Toledo, 0. may be overthrown or it may TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND: THE EAST. "

\ "The heavy guns protruding Sold by Druggists, 75.hail's survive. In either case we STARKE, FLORIDA.
Family Pills are the best. NO- 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse
from the forward turret ofa
are Washington and Southwestern Limited tj..
shall have a crazed enemy to Dnnkley and Intermediate points. This train ..
connects with the G. S. & F. at -
class the largest carried by It seems strange when you deal with and results must de- Junction for Palatka. Macon and Intermediate Sampson And the United"Sides 1321: Mci\ .:!. f

I any battleships of the world. come to think of it, that a pend upon the vigor with points.NO. 3 Saturdays and Sundays only. Leaves
rifles 5:3:: p. m. for LaCrosse Brinkly and Intermediate 02LT 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO ASIUNGTOtJ',
They are breechloading:
,' mild-mannered which we deal with it.ucldcn's points connecting at Sampson Junction.
quite gentleman -
'=v-; of calibre of 13 inches for Palatka,:Macon: and intermediate points. ONLY 27 HOUR3 JAOE303VILL" TO !TSSolid :w YO--:.
a standing on the bridge of N3-() 5. second class. Leaves Starke 4:00 a.m-

40 feet long, weigh over GO his ship can ride into the Arnica Salvo. points.for LaCrosse.This train Brinldey is dally except and intermediate Sunday.NO. Yetiibtdod Trains OImt'O"ocl! of Latest Improved Pullman S'rring! (':\ ,. ani: Hotel DIaTHROUGH -

tons throw :I conical steel 2. arrives at Starke 12lu p. m. daily.NO tag; Cu-i through without chang! to V.,,i\ington. lMUuc..alt.
,3 harbor of a large city and say: The Best Salve in the world for 4. arrives at Starke at 9.30: p. m. Satur. .
days and Sundays only. Philadelphia New York And the East.!
pointed projectile of 1,100 "I want that city to hold and Cuts, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt NO6. second class arrives at Stnrke.5:3O'1>.

- pounds weight, fired by a to use," and then carry out Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Chapped m. Daily except GEO.Sunday.TOMPSETT. Gen. Supt. PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE-

charge of 550 pounds of powder his wish. We Hands Chilblains Corns and Starke, Fla TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND
begin to aPPreciate -;, ARTHUR MEIGS. Gen. Her. NASHVILLE. __
and, having a muzzle the power of the modern;,;!all Skin Eruptions, and positively Jacksonville Fla. I

velocity of 2,100 feet per warship- when we see 700 men; urea Piles, or no pay required. It GAIKESYILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO.), Through Sleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to

second, can pierce 34J inches take captive 200,000.-Nashville ie i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction TIME CARD NO. 25. I Cincinnati via AsheviIc::. Trcuh; tits

of solid iron. The Indiana Amreican. 'I or) money lefunded. Price In effect on and after Nov.'7. "LAND OF THE SKY."

. has four such No. 1. No. 3. ITo.2 NO 4
powerful enginesof
25 cent par bo%. Daily ex.. Daily. STATIONS. Daily ex.. Dally.Sunday. .F"!' tetanl'ld Information! !: ai to rates, A<"beduI aleeping eAr rcsorvatloas., apply to
destruction, a pair being Sunday.Lv. ftnj agent of the Socnuuur KULWAT or ita oonnuctlons.b .
Skin Diseases. For sale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm.
mounted in each of her two 720 300 t.Gainesville..1100 700
727 3 10 t....Minnie Hill...1058 653 A. SHIPMAff, Ficriia. ; Past A-t. 213 West Bay Street J.-.rVsonTille, Plx:
turrets forward and aft where 730 3 lot.; .Cannon's zing.. 1055 650
For the and of Store.A J. M. GULP.
speedy permanent cure T7.
735; 320 %. .Rocky Point.. 1050 6 45 A. TURK, S. H. HAEDtf(
they may sweep the sea in tetter; salt rheum and eczema. Cham man in Virginia informs 750 3 35 t.... Wacahoota 1040 630 1'ra.ie M a.narn-. OPt P*... l gt, Aiit. <._a. Pa berlain's and Skin Ointment is 800 8 5t..Flewellens..1030 620!t Y/ahintoa. D.0. Atlanta
D. Eye WaVJastoa. .0
the that he.can ...... .... *
opposite directions a president 805 350t Clyatt's 1025 615
rangeof without an equal. It relieves the itch 810 3So .... Kirfcwood.... 1010 CIO May 2, I8g .
twelve miles. Guns of the ing and smarting almost instantlyiandits raise a whole regiment of 815 400t.... Elmore...... 1005 605 .--- -. ---- -
continued use effects a permanent 817 405t.....Tacoma .... 1000 600 ... .... ....
carried colonels on short notice.. 820 .. ..... t
same calibre are by barber's 410f. Taylor's 955 555
It also itch itch
care. cures ,
825 415t..Micanopy... 950 550 l
the Massachusetts and Oregon, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles : Each and every state can 835 425f..Tuscawilla.... 940 543 THE POMONA NURSERIES {
? hands chronic and H37 4 30 t.Lake Simonton. 935 540 i
chapped sore NEW
eyes CATAn
and will be the easily a regimentof 842 ... ...
supplied to granulated lids. very spare 847 t..Southslde.435 t. Hickman. ....925 9 30 535 530 o uoouc FCH iu O o I

Illinois Alabama Kearsarge i : colonels as well as a regi- 852 445t..Dungarvan .... 920 525
4 :Dr. Cadi's Condition Powders for' 902 500t.......Irvine..... 910 515 .
t Wisconsin, and Kentucky, horses are the best tonic blood purifier ment of majahs and captains. Ar.am.Arpm..... .... ...Fort Drane.. .Lv.am.. .... Lv.pm.... Ii One party writes* as lofows. of oar 137 cat t

I _',.. '' / which are now under construction vermifuge. Price, 25 ceDts. Soldby I t.-telegraph.statIons a + logger "Will you pleads -tu J:1t.copy of Soar
l .
Beauty I. Blood Deep. t.-flag stations ; Tilu bft Nntiery Cat.ItteI : 1 tat ac&py,but t
: .:. :t. to be completed in Clean blood means a clean skin. No ;J. F. BUNCH, Gen.Pass. Agent.V. r t have loaned: itI Gad *4 mauy iatereUns:! '
; recent' decision of ''the. .J. nERLO G. Gea. Man. ,, rc+ ttiaji. is it tilt I 4o n.l wui> to !>t 8! without a
I "'\4' '.; 1899. The of By a beauty without it. Cascarets Candy Cathartic Copy 4
expense firing Missouri of clean your blood and keep it clean, by Oar !
t Court Appeals a new 189 Catalflyc!w'tl] contain! all .
I one of these mighty Weapons stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities good features of the 1(97 caiH'.cgoe t r.ldea! Siof t.
'" firm obliged to fill an order from the body. Begin to-day to IEDICLL'TREATMEIIT( -' a t2i new ones rufly Illa-trt i wish many a
: is about $700, the cost of the banish pimples boils blotches, blackheads, 4 Plo oi:ra"hie Views. ''e cCer a (nil line
,, given to its traveling salesman -, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Fruit and Onuaental-.-*dd4bhnublacb4pM *
.i ; : ,. powder charge being $150 Cascarets 'ten W-- to ftTDtkera ptaatlo Ca>'..aiuc I+rre. Address T
.. ,-beauty for cents. All drug- .
.. and of. theprojectile $550. at the figures agreed gists, aatifaction: arantce d. lOcI 25<:,'We. ( Hewut aDd Moat Protu" THE GRIFHIiG DRO$. CO:, }f

: him, in other word?, that a Peacb for Southern Ptantlne.JOB F01CII'%VLZ2II.i: ::J.. n1ST.n.L
Guns lofthis class be .1
> may "I deceived about one _._ .,,_ _.
you -----" ---- -
firm is responsible and 08 THIAL \\ ..,,
: with effectiveness ,
: Discharged ----- -
\ must fill bill at the thing, murmured the new l .. :-

,:. ,... "' '.,.. .- ". and safety about 100 times, a oftheir figures drum wife to her husband. "I am To Any Reliable Man. PRINTING- WE: HAVE KO ACEP-5TS:

:. )after which service they are given by any : older than I 'told ilea m ots uppilanoe and one month's nnoedlea ..'f.a,...;. ,frm: OWl. ci.y a' .
you. !
< .'of rare power wul be teat oa trlil.tritAout any .. v r"C"1I. pip AJty
mers. .
'. GofDilnt.I"J".n.t.ttj the freon com in tba Bring it to THE ADVOCATE office lJkt '.r cc1M3FIft1t3rWi: w1"
generally both and "Don't pant I
iii : : < : dangerous it ,
: :( ;. 4-I mention ,. my angel. world tn the treatment m.n weakbroken.6Iscoorwod ; L.u 'Ifop it 1 oC"' -

'., .: inaccurate, and thereafter are C. TO :CA. : I find that your fortune Is workLe. from DapprKarriipniecured.cZect of exee*''les.complete wcrrr. over res- WE CAN DO IT ,f/ ......;. t b ;CQl7.;tr. 1Hi. w)4ai tff.d'tts.3''n44dti.t
,. Bean tie Tb8 Fit Y4! .Aas 6r:!. tormfoncr de'elopr.nte.f nil mbow eonol'tops. AS YOU WANT if- is {:) '
p.H1p r ,1;!?r"1.rl1'f'/: !1tr '
U offj-. is larlx&d. pat C. O. D. II WHEN YOU WANT IT [v* .. 'f'Yl.. f.. .J.4C'ltc, i'. ",
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r : GUARDS OFF JO WAR. PERSONAL:NOTES. ,:Mr. E. E. Johns made a business _. _. ". ,
NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS. -, !trip to Jacksonville Tuesday Mr. '-.,....,.....-.,....,.,:.';: .iiJ't'- "" : : :: "t" :c-e"'''''''''_. ;>-
for Mr. Chas. Eddy, of was in j -- --.
I Thc;; Boys Left Last Night Johns says all of the Jacksonville '
the ,
city yesterday. '
: GATHERED CITY AND NEIGH- Tampa. Military Companies are drilling hard. .
l Mr.D. F. Harris of Richmond was CASH BUYERS
To t.
B. 4th Batallion
:. BORHOOD. Company ;, under i in the city Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Harris, of the St. Augustine .
E. S. Matthews ]left last Rifles --'
Capt., passed through the city .
..i',_ ,ITEMS PERSONAL PERTINENT &:PECULIAR. night on,, the midnight train for Mr. A. W. ,Metzer, of Mobile,was Tuesday en route to Tampa where he : ,t'

''\.":- Tampa. Never before in the hiStory in the city Tuesday. will remain until his Company ar- AVe: are closing out our ;....

; Mr. J. E. ri ycs. entire stock of ." j
; Old papers for sale at .this office. of Starke has there been so Wainwrightjs visiting .... -' ; -
i '
Blank mortgages for sale at this much excitement as there was last friends in Gainesville. Mr. U. S. Dukes, the genial representative ,
Mr. Jeister, of Richmond of the C. B. Rogers Co., of
/ JM. was
Almost in town Goods ,{Etc.
i' office. ight. evejy-tfne on ourstreet! Tuesday. Jacksonville, was in Bradford's metropolis Dry Clothing Shoes
at the to bid t ,
was present Armory attending business matters
"" Have heard the latest? Read
you Mr. L. Casterby, of Gainesville, was
the last farewell. A .
boys .a large
the ADVOCATE. on our streets yesterday. In fact everything we have in q

number of them were women, andit Mr. C. G. McCormick, Route Agent stock, and we will set\ goods .
Mr. E. E. Canova made
: business
If want to the a
get news
you was easy to see that many of trip to for the Southern Express Company,
from the boys in camps take the them were relatives Tampa yesterday. was in the city on.business Wednesday -
near to some
'. ADVOCATE.The of the departing soldiers. On all trip Mr.to Joe Hampton Dowling yesterday.Mr. made.a business 'pleasant and call.paid the ADVOCATE office a At Prices That Will Surprise! Our People! Y

/ farmers are all happy. A sides women were silently weepingand x
J. F. Jackson, of Jacksonville, :Mr. F. R. Morgan, our wide-awake
splendid rain refreshed this section the throngs that so enthusiastically was on our streets yesterday. stationary dealer, made a business A visit to our store will con-

Wednesday.Five cheered the guardsmen concealed {trip to LaCrosse. Tuesday. Mr. Mor- vince you that we mean just
:Mr. W. H. Chandiler, of Lawtpy, what we say. Respectfully,.
a broken hearted 'gau-says the crops out in that section
many streets
: car loads of mules passed was on our yesterday. t

'" the route to TamPa mother, sister or sweetheart, for T. E. made need rain badly. .'
through city en Maj. Bugg a professional -
Wednesday. whom the glory of war had no visit to Jacksonville Wednesday Maj..I. E. Webster, :Major of the N.W. HACKETT ,
4th Batallion, passed through the city ,
that their loved
charm, now ones :Mr. A. Kite Lake
The with visi- Butler's Marshal, Tuesday. The Major was met at the }
city was, thronged
were going into real danger. The was,iu the city on business yesterday. |train by several members of CompanyB. Stsirlteze: la_ ,
tors It reminded

of Christmas yesterday.times. one Company formed in the Armoryand Mr. N. D. Wainwright made a bus- who were all anxious to,find out ......._...... .....-_. ......................_.__...... "., ., .,..,.,--IOII.__,.,. .". :;;;; .
the ladies presented each man iness trip to Gainesville,Wednesday. he latest. .. _'__.,...._,-._.", .,., ..", .p._.,._.,,.pO_.C' ......-_.,."", ._'t-: :-......t:._.""_. ..
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: :Blank turpentine land leases forM with neat little in which to 11" Dr. J. ...
: a case Mr. W. E. Davis made a business C. Wills returned Wednesdayrom 2 1R

; pale at this office. If you want carry scissors, thread, etc. The trip to Waldo and Hampton Wednes- a pleasant visit to Tampa. The

amy come and see us. ladies also served ice cream and Doctor says; Tampa is the best placein
day.Mr. the South for troops to be stationed. fUfflOff TS ROOMING
I The rain prevented the soldier cake to the boys and it is safe to John Hull and wife, of Jack- The Doctor visited Port Tampa and OP ?

boys from drilling on the streets say that the Guards will never forget sonville, are visiting relatives in the other places of interest while in the ttm ta
Gulf i
Wednesday morning. and greatly appreciate their city.Mr.
kindness in preparing such a dainty : J. E. Howe, one of Kingsley's Mr. Gaines lumber inspector of And every shot is directed at

; The colored people will have an feast for them. prominent citizens. was in town. yes-. Jacksonville, passed through the city

f. entertainment at the A. M. E. terday. Wednesday en route to Cedar Key. i
ref Church Saturday night. Several'of Starke's silver tongued Mr, Levi Dyal, one of Hampton' where a lane schooner has arrived tobe HIGH PRIGESJ

orators were present and rendered : prominent citizens, was on our streets loaded with lumber. The Jeremiah ,"
s The old reliable, F. C. &P. R'y., enthusiastic speeches for the oc yesterday.Mr. Smith, a large three master! 1

: has been doing considerable hauling casion. The speakers were as foe Burt Meigs, one of Jackson \Ie.has,just loaded left with that a port cargo for Portland of yellow, We have a large stock of goods

j, of troops to Tampa lately. lows: 'Maj I. Webster, who ville's popular young men, was in the pine lumber- on hand and------

There was a special train'loaded delivered an interesting talk in be-. city yesterday.Mr. Eight young men from Gainesville, ,

t with coal passed through.. the city half of the Company and 4th Ba : Jackson man, R.made Davis a ,trip our to No.Varnes 1 insurance were arrived immediately in the city Wednesday examined and and W e iust Sell Them Regardless of Cost( ,

tallion. He followed Col.
Wednesday night en route to Tam- was by
Lake Tuesday.Mr. placed in the ranks of the Guard '"
.. C. L. Peek who made enthusi
pa. an The young men were healthy and
astic speech regarding the departure Gordon Richard, one of LnkeButler's fine looking and will make No. 1 sol So come along right now and .

'Troops were passing through the of the : popular young men, was on diers. Their names are as follows: take advantage of the. . '
boys. Maj. Bugg was
city frequently last night. They werebound our streets Tuesday. James Bell F. L. Castlebury, Geo. '1 <
next introduced and made
for Tampa to join the an appropriate Col. B. M.Burroughs,General Road I Bozeman, J. G. Rice, Jr., L. W. Taylor -
army We Are ,
talk which''' was loudly Steve Cullen, E. M. Beville and Bargains Offering.
.. of invasion. Master of the F. C. & P. R'y., was i in R. I*. Dennis.
cheered., Col. J. T. Wills made the city Wednesday. ..

A Company Cubans passed the closing speech of the eveningand Mr. Ed hillier, the merchantprince t The Sure La Grippe Cure. We will hereafter do NO credit

through the city yesterday en routeto he was heartily applaudedtime of Brooklyn, was"in the city There is no use suffering from business, consequently the good

Tampa where they will join' the and again by the large crowd on business yesterday. <) this dreadful malady, if you will customers will not have to pay -

.-, Cuban army. his talk he Mr. E the bad accounts. '
present. During presented Q. Douglass, our bustling only get the right remedy. You
"; ,.' the with beautifulsilk 1| piano salesman, made a business trip
.: boys
: Sargent F. Witkovski had the a all :
are having pain through
: .
/1) to
Hampton yesterday.Mr. JOIN OUR
:"-. recruits out on the streets learning flag made by the ladies. body, your liver is out of order, EEGI1ENTOE :
,"" Mook, one of Jacksonville's:;
them how to "right-forward" Tuesday During the speaking Rev. Hen- have no appetite, no life or ambi- CUSTOMERSRight -
prominent druggists, was in tho cityon .
i evening. dry offered a very appropriate business Wednesday. tion, have a bad cold, in fact are .
which echoed the now and the benefit of
prayer was by completely used Electric get
Now that the Florida State Maj. I. E. Webster came down up.

Troops are in camp at Tampa the[ immense throng present. Rev from Gainesville Thursday to accompany Bitters is the only remedy that the bargains we are offering. A

railroads will excursions Hughes acted as master of core the boys to Tampa. will give you prompt and surfe re- fine line of groceries as well as ; lP
run cheap
.. monies and well did he do his lief. They act ] every thing else in stock.Hodges .
to the Gulf City. Mr. A. M. Afkerman, bookkeeperfor directly on your

part. tho Atlantic Lumber Company.was Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone

Messrs. Gardner Anthony and 'After the speaking the boys in the city Wednesday. up the whole system and make I Douglass & McLeocl,
Louis Montmollin have .
completedtheir .
were drawn in line and every Mr. Jessy Reddish, a prominent t you feel like a new being. Theyare b
sail boat and will launch it i in citizen of the Water Oak section, Truby Sternberg &; Co.'s old stand.
body had a chance to bid them wasa guaranteed to cure or price refunded .
Sampson lake in a few days. good bye. It is estimated that visitor in the city Tuesday. For sale at J. L. Gaskins'

Drug Store. 50 cents .,.,.., .., .,.... ., .. ................... ........ .... '-
Two "
recruits in Only .. ..
from Mr. A. H. Lester ". .
__ .. .
.., _
came I per _
.. 1500 people were present. a prominent; bottle.A :1i-..................."' ........""" .,.fI.t" ..-_,--. AI.,..I''.._. .,-..iiiI.m .,-.-.IIl.,., .
traveling man from i in
Alaclma Chicago, was
yesterday. The boys
t. The Victor Cornet Band was also M
were taken to the Armory and examined present and enthused every one by the city on business Tuesday. Y pleasant party of people from THE C. B. ROGERS CO. ,111

by Surgeon Stewart. Mr. J. J. Kelley, of the firm of this
city assembled at Mr. and $
playing National Airs. All \ /
Kelley Bros., of Fernaudma, was i in
The T. & T. Refrigerator Works evening "Dixie" and "YankeeDoodle" the cily on business yesterday. Mrs. Rising's beautiful home in iti :r.A. __SO 2 TVIL.I.:r..'r T.

are taking their refrigerator cars cheered loud and West Starke Tuesday afternoon to) iti
were Provisions Grain Flour Grits Meal Etc m
Mr. W. B. Alexander, one of Ham -- Hay, ,
to pieces and storing them away to long and "The Girl I Left Behind ton's prominent business men, w ps enjoy a delightful strawberry rl. {ft.
Me'' caused the boys to think fin sociable in their honor SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the jJ|
be used again next strawberry sea o the city on business Tuesday. given by 1'\' '
,, f the fair ones they be flflirhflnV Co. Lion trade only. Orders from con- ,
were Canning brand
mi;:: son. leaving Mr. and Mrs. Rising. The table
hind. Every one in the hall shook Mr. C. G. McFlorrid one of Jack : M t samara neIther solIcIted} nor def fj |
tp The Atlantic Lumber Company hands with the boys and wishedthem sonville's most prominent businessmen was beautifully decorated and the /j\f Canned Meats. sired. ff\

is still shipping logs to Jacksonville success in every respect and was on our streets Tuesday. tempting viands were spread under Made
| notations Promptly $
and will above all things, "Remember the Mr. W. H. Moore, one of Savan a large mulberry tree where theguests On-Applicatioji |

every day probably Maine." nah's prominent business men, assembled the ............... ........ ................................................. ., .,.... ..
continue doing so all through the win as to enjoy feast. .iiI',iii.,-.,--.,....-,....t i .-till .-,....-i i'.-ill.,-.t"..........-.....-...........-.-..-.............--..-....-.....
the city on business yesterday. .
::/ summer. A Delightful Occasion. Following is the names of those ..'. 4

Mr. Geo. Armstrong, one ofJackBonville's who were : Mr. and Mrs
., There Last Monday night:the Guards'Armory present
:k were more strawberries
prominent business men, A. L. YonKirn Mr. and Mrs. J. WILLIAM TYSON .
the of "
shipped from Starke this season was scene a delightful was in the city on business yesterday. -
occasion that will be M. Brownlee, Mrs. hitch and -
than long re-
point in the State.
any daughter Katiq Mrs. Hackett and I LIVER SALE AND STABLES
membered of the ;
considered headquarters Srkeii as one most enjoyable Mr. John Ward, of Ward City, has! ,
4' strawberry business. affairs of the season. volunteered his services to the President daughters, Misses Pearl and Ethel,

The large, Armory was densely and is now a member of Company Mrs' Herbert, ,of Lawtey, Mrs >)..-- S1.Rl .E' FLA.I .((.
The ADT'oCATz..will, have a correspondent B. Stern burg and daughter, :Miss "

.t. in the camp 'at Tampa packed with visitors who came to Ethel, and Mrs. M. L. Johns.
the Mr. J. M. Turner, one of Gaines'ville's -
and will the all of the see gallant boys drill 1
give people
and to listen to the inspiring music most prominent business men, The Guards drilled on the baseball -I Hale a Specially of Conveying Traveling Men to Points In the Countrj.
news concerning the Starke boys was among the visitors to this city
furnished the Victor Cornet grounds Wednesday evening
'\ as long as they remain in camp. by yesterday.
Band. Every body was in the There were about sixty men in rank SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
The doctors that the Mr. Geo. Moore, one of Starke's .
report city best of spirits and did not hesitateto and they made a splendid appear -
popular young men, isvisit!tig friend
is in
a remarkably healthy condi
applaud the boys as they marched in Lake City. George will return i ia 3n ance. They were accompanied by

tion. They say that there is less around the hall. When the band few days. the Victor Cornet Band which

sickness now than has ever been marched at the head of the line tofhe
Mrs. W. E. Davis
struck Dixie the music returned Tuesday
before considering the season of the up was from Gainesville where she has grounds where they furnished.music AllaaiD Security Oil
drowned out the loud
year. nearly by been visiting relatives for the past for the boys while the)
cheering After the drill the yonng drilled.a!
The decorations in the Armory few weeks.
ladies and delightful
gentlemen enjoyed
last night were lovely. Everybody ; a Mr. Oaias Alvarez, a prosperoustiller' Mr. A. G. Powell presented the -

admired them. There wefljwcrs A dance which lasted until of the soil from the Water Oak Military Company with a large For Sale By

-: and flags in abundance andthey 11 o'clock section, was on' our streets on business wild cat last Wednesday. The cat
made a Very pretty appear An Exciting: Runaway.Col. Tuesday.Mrs. is a fine specimen of tho bad cat J. E P. McMUKEAY Grocer:
ance. Weeks' horse became frightened Amelia Ray, who has been variety and is mounted on a pole ,
visiting friends in this city for the
Marshal Kite, of Lake Butler, at the, train last Monday and past few days oft yesterday for her with a United States flag waving NOTE REDUCTION IN PRICE

brought in a colored man..yesterdayby dashed down Cherry ,Street atrclpid a home at Hampton. under him. The cat will be used as ,

lodged him in the county jail.1 a wagon and in the wagon was representative of the Savannah Tampa. _
',, <3iallocxsSO:: cec.: te .
.. Burkes was charged with assaulting Col., Weeks' son,, Robert, and a Grocery, Company, was on our-trects I have been a sufferer from

; a man at Fort Call. colored boy that works for the on business Tuesday. chronic diarrhoea ever since the
This is the best Oil sold in the City.
I< Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Colonel. The boys did everythingin Mr. E. E. Johns left Wednesday wa'c and have used all kinds o
II for ampt.: Mr. Johns carried downa medicines for it. At last I found fCall
; their to the and
"') Denmark received power stop runaway, examine stock of Groceries.
a message saying car load of hordes and mules whichhe my ,
but their efforts unsuccessful 1 one remedy that has been a sac
were ;
that Mr. Harney Richard, a will sell to the army. I guarantee prices low '
as as
1 cess as a cure, and that i is : _
The horse
did. not until it
former resident of Starke,' had Mr. Paul Canova left Tuesday: .for Chamb-jrlan's Colic] Cholera and t '
.. solicit trade.
been tilled reached home. The any your *
at High Springs. The wagon was Tampa Mr. Canova says he will fix DiarritoeaRemedy.-P. F. nd.

telegram gave no particular of considerably damaged and the boysreccio'ed every thing all right for the Starko nam, Gaars Mills, La. For GRIS-l SATISFACTION"GUAEANTEBD '

,' tbe'sad affair. a few'slight bruises. b>ys when they enmc'dewu.k ... ,:by J, L. Gaskin'p: Druggist: :- ," -f
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