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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1898
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VOLUME IV. STARKE, FLORIDA MAY 17, 1898. NUMBER 53. I
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Official Directories. COUNTY HAPPENINGS Democratic State Convention : is little'information from that 6
WARfflWS. FLORIDAMATTERS. 1
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I source compared to what has
STATE. -- The democratic the _
partyof heretofore been given out but >
Governor. Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL ,
Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. INTEREST. state of Florida will hold a Nothing g of Great ImportanceHas it is thought that Schley and EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE :
'' WEEK.: _.
Comptroller H. Reynolds. state convention at Orlando
his
Flying Squadron are .
Treasurer J. B. Wbitfield.Jr some- -
Attorney-General Win. Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents.Lake Fla. on Wednesday, August 3, Happened Lately where off the Florida coast, Gathered From Oar State Eitiunges;" ,-.ra
Commissioner
of Agriculture, L.B.
Wombwell. Batter. 1898, at 12 m., for the follow- and that the mission of the .

!Superintendent, W.N. Sheats.of Public Instruction A. C. Werts, of Nebo, was ing purposes : The Gnssie Falls to Hake Landing fleet.is to prevent the passageof The girl waitresses of a' lm- .

SUPREME COURT. in town Saturday attending to "To nominate the following With Her Supplies and lien. the Spanish fleet throughthe pa hotel have volunteered their j.

,.., Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor. candidates, town: Two Jus- i straits of Florida.
.Justices Milton H. sin ray, F. B business. Sampson services tosgo on the military _... _.....
Carter. tices of the Supreme_Court, one Dewey Has Captured a Spanish is off Cape Haytien and
,
transports.
COUNTY. Rev. R. F. Rogers filled his War Vessel and Still has
for the full term of six
years, it is his duty to search for the
State Senator, A. Crosby. Things his own at
regular appointment here Saturday way Seven car loads of cattle :
Representatives, L.'D.' Wall and E. and one to fill the unexpiredterm Manila War yews enemy diligently. All the
I X>>. Ward. and Sunday. were shipped from Chiares, in
Tax Collector, J. C.Byrd. of Hon. B. S. Liddon, resigned up to Date in a naval officers have been im-

Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. J. G. Roberts, of Guilford, ; a State Treasurer; to Nut Shell. pressed with the importance of this State, to the Indian Territory -

I, = Treasurer.Clerk of Circuit E. S.Court Matthews., Col. W. F. was in the growing city Satur- fill the unexpired term ; two Important orders have been preventing the Spanish Ad- : last week. .t .

J.1Y.eek Sheriff, S.B.Denmark. day attending to business af- Railroad Commissioners, each issued to the navy, and 65,000 miral from forming a 'j junction Saw mills over the state are

County Surveyor, R. F. Ensey. 'I fairs. for the term of four years, and I volunteers from the various with Blanco, who is not only still running, but they are

Superintendent, F. D. Shell. of Public. Instruction Messrs. M. H. McLeod and one Railroad Commissioner : States have been mustered short of food, but is short of having considerable trouble in -

County Judge, J..R. Richard. Thos. Proctor spent Sunday at for the term of two years, to : into service and ordered to powder and other ammunition, getting boats to ship the um-*
Justice of the Peace for District I weak .
No. 6, Geo. Al Gardiner. the home of Mr. G. F. McLeod, be voted for at the next regu- : march. Thirteen of these reg.. and correspondingly. ber.

Ct'untyCommls810nerSy Judge Tura1m of Hagen. lar state election and iments have been assigned to General.Wesley Merritt says
Dr..E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, ; to transact that he will"probably not go to The forest fires betwen Day-

J. .A.Crews, D. W. Clyatt. Mrs. O. W. Maines, of Moun- such other business as may duty in Florida, and it is not the Philippines in charge of tonia and Ormond the past

come before the convention. unlikely that a place for ren- the American troops, being of l' .
CUT. teocha, was in Lake Butler Sunday week have been serious, and m ",
.. Mayor, A.L. von Kirn. "The different counties in dezvous will be selected on the the opinion that his rank en-'
visiting her J. E. two
son one or
Clerk. George Gardiner. cases nearly caused
Assessor, '!. W. Sweat. Maines, who is very sick. the state will send delegates to east coast, General Wade entitles him to command more the; loss of human life.
Treasurer, E. P.Duncan. regulars than 1,000 out of a
the convention the follow- being en route southward on a
Marshal; J. P. Bennet. From Our Soldier Boys.In upon total of 15,000 troops to be (). A. Choate has retired :.
Night Police, J. N. Jon*8. ing basis of representation : tour of inspection of points sent. In fact he hints that it
Aldermen, F. R. Morgan, Edward Camp at Tampa, May 14. offered I from the Tallahassee: Floridian:
One .available. The .
delegate for each one as ac- would be send
Mlddleum, J. M. Truby, J*. W. Hack- DEAR ADVOCATE folly to so largea '
,eU and J. W. Hicks. : hundred votes for the candidate tivity" in the war and Navy proportion of untrained vol- and is succeeded by J. II. l;.
;
i We arrived here. about 12 unteers to thefrontand declares Gardner. The paper will here
on the stats ticket who received Department indicates an im-

Church Directory. I o'clock yesterday after a terrible the highest number of portant movement, but what that no fewer,than 4,000 regu- after be in harmony with the

Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor. night of travel, none of us lars should go forward to the Chicago platform.) .
votes at the its nature is has to be dis-
Services every 1st, 2nd and 5th Sun general election of yet aid of -
being able to sleep a moment Dewey.
day. Prayerineeting every Wednes- 1896 and one additional ,vote closed. 4 The residence
The steamer Gussie which belonging to
day evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday and the boys are feeling awful ,
school every Sunday morning at 9: for the fraction in excess thereof DEWEY AT MANILA. sailed from Port Tampa last J. C. Reif at Fort Mead wa.destroyed .c
.. o'clock. To add to
.. tough. our troubleour
when it amounts to fiifty or Dewey is still busy at Manila Tuesday, laden with armsand byfire Friday.
I
Baptist, Rev. G. T. Leltner, pastor. tents and other supplieshad ammunition for the use of :
Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. more. having captured a Span- The family was away when the

Prayermeeting every Thursday even- not arrived, and consequently The counties under this rule ish cruiser and armed the in- General Gomez' army, and'with blaze started in the kitchen
lug at 7 o'clockSunda school every after a light din two crack companies of the
very
( tiunday: morning at 9:30 o'clock. will be entitled to representation surgents from the Cavite ar- First Infantry, returned from a fire that had been left
ner and a still lighter yesterday
Methodist, Rev. J. A. Ilendry, pas supperwe as follows: senal. He has advised an bringing most of her burning in the store.e .

tor. Services every Sunday, mornIng had to sleep with nothing Alachua..........,...14 Leon........ ......... ""
14 attack the city where back. The of th
and evening. rayermeetingevery but the Baker........ ........ 2 Levy... .............4 upon cargo story The Populists of Florida *
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. beautiful sky as a Bradford............. 8 Liberty............... 1 due failure of the expedition has already :
... ... .... great misery prevails, to I
.. .
Brevard f> Manatee.. ... ..... 7 have been
e Sunday school every Sunday morn- covering; the boys surely looked Culnoun............. 1 Madison.............. 7 been told. It is hardly called to meet instate
ing at 9:30 o'clock.Episcopal. Citrus... ............ 2 Marlon.... ........... 9 the blockade and the seige by
sour this morning. .. Clay.................. 4 Monroe... .... ...... 4 probable that another attemp convention at Ocala on
Rev. F. R. Holeman' ... ....... the As result
.
ColumbIa. ft Nassau..............4 insurgents. a
clergyman in charge. Services every We are camped right on the Dide... .............4 Orange...............10 will be made to land the sup May 31 for the purpose of
DeSota......' ........ 8 ....... ...... horseflesh has been resorted
Osceola. 2 ,
2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon at 3:30 until the whole
.............. plies expedition -
: : Bay near the old breastworksand Duval. 22 Pasco...... ...... .... 4Fscambla..11 I electing eight delegates to tho
o'clock. Sunday school every Sun Polk.................. to diet the
a by
8 as population.
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. it is a terrible The Franklin.... ..... .... 2 Putnam.......... .... 8 i moves. national convention and to
: place. Uadsden............. 4,St.Johns............_ 7 In Havana the situation is so
Christian, no pastor ,at present. sand is about six inches Hamilton............. 4Santa: Rosa.......... B Did Not Get His Mail. nominate a state ticket. "
deep Hernando........:..'-2 Sumter.............. 4
Prayermeetlug Wednesday bad that have
every Hillsboro............20.Suwannee............ military guards
vexing at 7 o'clock. Sunday school :and as hot as blazes. We hada Holmes............'... S Taylor................ 8 2 been the Sheriff Fennell returned yesterday The Kissimmee Valley Gazette .
at
every Sunday morning at 9:30 o' Jackson.............. 9 Volusia..8 placed entrances to
time last night. All the Jetl'erson..14 .. .......... from High Springs, is
Waknlla
cloak boys ............ 3 Walton............... 4 6Lafayette. chop houses, and food prices advocating a good
bunched up on the ground and Lake...... ........... 7 Washington....:.... 3 where he went to arrest W. K. hard trunk road from
Jackson-
Lodge most of them Lee .... ............. ;i have gone up to a fabulousfigure.
were thinking odome. for the
of
<< The counties will select their Lynn killing Harney ville to Tampa via Green Cove
.
Stance Lodge No. 34, K of P. meets I The Tampa band is .
Richard. Sheriff
every Thursday. 7 p. m. practising now. They played delegates inany: manner which MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS. Fennell re Springs Palatka, Deland, San-

W. E. DCNCAX, C. C, "All Coons Look Alike tMe" o may be deemed best by the Four of the largest cruisers turned, however, without his ford, Orlando, Kissimmee,

J.-R. DAVIS, K. of R.: and ti. yesterday evening on man, as Lynn had left the Lakeland and Plant
people, acting through the and smaller craft of the enemy's City.
_..' Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. A. M., !. guard mount. place. It is reported that he -
before the party organization fleet are reported at Curacoa.
meeting every Thursday as recognized Chipley was visited by a- .
3rd Sunday 7 p. m. MAY 15 feared further trouble with the
the last The whereabouts of
.- W. F. MAtpauBB, W. M. by state convention. Sampsonare disastrous fire Saturday.< Starting
Our
tents havn't come yet I; relatives of Mr. Richard whoit
.
W. N. MEA.CHAU Sea ,
All democrats are invited to unknown. Schley has
at noon in an outhouse in
and all is understood would
and
we are
hungry come
May Lodge No. 10, I.O.O.F.,meet participate in the selection of passed Charleston, and it is the middle of a block it burn"
from 'Bradford *
over to
every Tuesday 7:80 p. m. sleepy. We did not rest very county
L. W. KICKUTEB, N. G. well last delegates thereto, including confidently expected that an investigate the killing of their ed fiercely in all directions, and
night. I went allover 1
W. N. MKACSAU, Sea the grounds of the Tampa those who have become qualified important engagement will relative. As to the direct cause in less than two hours thirty .

to vote since the last else occur in the Carribean before for the killing of Richard we business houses and
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. Bay Hotel today and it is the days. cannot say. Some say the two dwellings
prettiest place I ever tion.The many were in
saw. men had a difficulty and during ashes.'H&
\T ISS B, E. SWEAT Archibald Johns with chairman and secretary of A FIGHT OFF HAVANA. -
was me. the misunderstanding :Mr. Ocala is soon to have another
PIAIiD TEACHER We did not have much for din each county convention held Blanco, the fox of Havana, Richard was killed. As to thy e bank. The building safe and

ner today but the boys are not for the purpose of electing de tried the spider game again b truth of this we cannot say, as ,

.;: STARKE, FLA. losing spirit. legates to the state conventionare sending out two war vessels as.. all sorts of rumors are afloat, fixtures of the defunct First

to.Latest tecbalque.methodi.Apply Special tot attention. given I went out ,to the camp of the requested to send Hon. W. decoys to lure the American but one fact is evident, Mr National Bank of that place

,. 1. : terms regulars this evening and it:ia i is A. Rawls, chirman, Tallahassee vessels into Richard was killed, and M r. hate been sold to Koontz Bros.,
.' -'< *.. SCOTT: D., great sight. They have about Fla. written blockading rangeof
A. I a or printed copy Lynn is held responsible for the bankers Alleghany City,
12,000 with twelve bands and of the proceedings of such the heavy batteries, but one deed. A
of
.PHYSICIAN AH) SURGEON",. jury inquest was Pa., who will soon establish a

.. STARKE FLA. R they can surely play. county conventions, togetherwith lesson was sufficient, the Amer impanelled, but up to a late branch bank there..
-, You all cannot realize wha a list of the names of the icans contenting themselveswith hour yesterday afternoon noth

Once at OasHnl Drug Store. is going ondown, here. Tampais county executive committee ap driving the warships back ing was heard as to the verdict Tucker Shepard, who lived

just packed with troops and pointed, designating ,thereon into the harbor of but rendered. The remains of M r. ten miles southeast from. Madi
IT* L. M.D., Havana *
STEWART
more are coming in the chairman
day. and of
every secretary Richard will doubtless be taken
...BYE, EAR, lOSE AND THROAT,..e. They have 1200 pack, mules and such Committee. not going dangerously near to Bradford county for buial, son was instantly killed last

several regiments of W. A. RAWLS the Krupp although the Friday and a little 8-year-old ../
STARKE FLAB:. cavalry Chirman.J. guns, as quite a number of his relatives -
h besides the batteries. The J. C. COOPER son of his was mortally wounded.
'< Secretary. Spaniards tried a few shots at are buried there. He hasa -

Office at Btarke Drug Co. have got big store houses in it them at a range of five miles, large circle of relatives in He and Mr. Reddon Fair- -

, TATE POWELL,..U IX, town just packed with supplies It is said that the Spaniardstreat missing the targets always morn e Bradford county, and the-fami- cloth were engaged in digging

Any where you go you can see delinquent taxpayers 1 ly of Richard's are among the an alligator out of his hole
than
200
",PHYSICIAN AID SURGEON yards. ,
cavalry infantry and bands
,
the Philippines with the utmost most prominent people over
-
' STARKE, FLA. parading the streets. We can SPANISH CABINET BESIGNS. there. Mr. Lynn was marsha when a tree, which had caught

S hardly get around on account severity. The first stepis The Spanish Cabinet has fire from the burningwoods, .
Over lalrty :year experience la DlAeuea of k resigned of High Springs, and has a

J#. ( .' .. ..Women. and Drug Children.Company.TVELJ. Office. Starke of the streets being so packed usually to strip them to the and to Sagasta has been wife and family, 'who are almost nearby fell upon Mr. Shepard

",;."'t We hare about 2,000 State waist, tie them to a bench or assigned the duty of forming anew paralyzed with grief over and his son, with the sad result

O. ILA.YNES Troops in camp and we are post and beat them unmerci the sad occurance. Mr. Richard as stated.

-DENTIST-. about five miles from the regu fully., Women are often subjected Ministry. The speech of was night watchman, and was .

.- STARK, FLORIDA. lars. We had to sleep out to this treatment. If E the Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, regarded as a fearless man, Hutch I. Cone, who was in .

r 5 again last night but thanks to expressing himself in favor of quick to do a good turn for a the battle of Manila, is a Columbia
Office at residence on South Street. this does not suffice
I:' Teeth extracted paiaiesdybymeaaaofloefaastketioL ,i the railroad company our tents: imprison an alliance with this country, friend and equally quick to county boy. He j id
'.. All kinds of dental work done at have at last arrived ment follows while is
and ,
.reasonable charges.IT1HOS. before pressure has caused great indignation at resent an injury. The peopleof first.assistant engineer of thee
.
t night (Sunday) we will have }brought; to bear on relatives
High Springs deplore th
.. Madrid, and will be used as the \
rff E.8 GG.r them np.Several. and friends. -Should none of tragedy.-Gainesville Sun. cruiser Baltimore, with the

r Attorney and Couse for at Ll'1rJ of us'went in bathing these methods prove effective, text for a circular to the Powers rank of second lieutenant. He

STARKE this morning and we succeededin deportation follows, with confiscation warning them against the 1. have been a sufferer from was a member of the first,graduating .

I .. FLA. getting,; some oysters-in of property and the threatened Anglo-American ail 1- chronic diarrhoea ever since tb class :1t;the Florida Agricultural .
; Office at Bcaideme on Cherry Street. fact we are now in better shape. leaving of women and ch liance. war and have used all kinds of u...

" F. ENSEY All the boys are well and by dren to shift for themselves. medicines for it. At last I foundonEr College at Lake City,

t'.U;, .. CIVIL ENGINEER.>: your next issue I will give you Gainesville Sun.lfet LATEST if- NEWS RECEIVED. remedy that has been a success and soon afterwards received

; COUNTY SURVEYOR some better,news. The censorship over news of as a care, and that i is an appointment to the U..,. S.

i.. Respectfully C19.OR..A. ... the movement of ships from Chamborlan's Colic, Cholera and Naval Academy: from which-
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'- Frofeasioaal!! Drawing. Blue Prlotlaf. FsU- sus the: Kl)BYMBaAteT>Esg>it Diarrhoea Remedy.-P. F. GRI5n -
tastes of work nonfat oa application.j TATE POWELL, Jr. the Navy'Department went i nam.. Guars Mills,. La. For sal institution he oryrldtiated4with, :: ',
'x OJBee oa C3 street with&L.Pe>. 55 I Correspondent. 1 to effect and thereE
; I yesterday J. L. Gaakina .
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i tc, ; 'I'llBLISHEDTUESDAYSANDFRIDAYS-A*n--. Interested in the Plan bladder't't'trouble} lo you will 'find J JSwampRoot forL' Clirerinletters;,' ,i ia: :nigh rA .dp. N :ltt R:. t

,,' FLORIDA. i of the School Chil r just; the remedy you apartment houses is to be.tried. "
STARKE, .,
dren. need. People are not apt to get i
Entered at the postoffice at Starke Florida, Master John R. Fawcett son nuxiuus about their health soon !f cabinet: havingns' : many compartments -,l WE ARE ASSERTING'*IN THE'JCOUR'ES OUR EIGHT TO \.. jtl
as second-elass mall matter. If "not I TIIEWORD"CASTORIA ., .
.' of Mr. A. R. Fawcett has enough. you art quitewell" and boxes as there.i THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF AND"PITCHER'S :
or "half sick" have ever I CASTOrJA," AS OUR TR.DEM.RK.r. ::
0 NE DOLLAR A YEAR. i :you are floors in the house. When
taken
r decided
interest in the
., : I a t thought that your kidneys:; may I, DR.-SAMUEL PITCHER/ ,llyannis, Massachusetts, :
letter
a is deposited in J"
movement among : the schoolchildren bo the cause of your sickness? any box, t "
TEXAS B. it makes was the originator of "CASTORIA I the sam< that .
HODGES of the country, which It is easy to tell by setting aside a contact which ringsa .

with in :your urine fur twenty-four hours ; : bell on the corresponding has borne and does now bear f sr on en cry :;
originated
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, a schoolboy n.
-- Cincinnati, named William a unhealthy sediment or condition settling of indicates the kid-an floor; The bell can only tie the fac-simile signature of & &% *&& & wrapper .

.. Advertising Rates. Rankin Good, to raise a fund neys. 'When urino stains linen it stopped by the removal of the IJus is the original "CASTO R I A" which has been used in

Our advertlsingrates will be as reasonable among the school children of is evidence of kidcey trouble.. letter. The same current that j. the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years: t..
Too .,
..x M Consistent With keeping up a good news- the United States to replace the frequent desire to dull urinate ache, rings the bell opens a valve : LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that # is% :
paper. It la the purpose of the publisher to scanty supply, pain or I r
Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only lost battleship :Maine in the in the back i is also convincing connected with a water tank the hind you have always bought A on the .
such a proportion of advertisements as will that the in the top of the house. Here Q
proof and bladder
kidneys
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and has
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the
., ;' American signature of't
._- insure that all will be seen and read, and none navy. need : wrap- ,
doctoring. ,
located
< burled behind a mass of others. Rates will are : cylinders attached .
The object is a laudable one, per. No one has authority y from to
There is satisfaction I me use name except
be uniform and will be made known on appli I in knowing by cords and pulleys to the I my
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cation. 1 and it seems that it has been that the great remedy Dr. Kilmer's! The Centaur Company, of which Chas. ]! Fletcher is President. .. -_
letter
boxes and
Swamp-Root, fulfills wish in so arrangedthat
taken with a determination every ;
up March 24 ISOS.
The Orange Leaf is the which will result in relieving weak or diseased kidneys I when they are filled with ; j? .. 4, "tI r .
'probably and all forms of bladder and uri- water they will to haul (/l *& Zs S-e *ijz&--&2i JD.
name of a just started at servo
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paper its ultimate success. A few nary troubles. Not only does
Hampton by-E. V. Newbern.It days after the destruction of Swamp-Hoot give new life and activity up the letter box and its con Do Not Be Deceived. .-

is a seven column folio and the Maine in Havana harbor, to the kidneys-the cause tents to the proper floor. When Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting:

of trouble, but by treating the the box arrives the letter is substitute which
will no dout fill a long felt Good it would r. a cheap some druggist may offer you ,
young thought kidneys it acts as a tonic for the .
want. be a good plan for the school] entire constitution. If you need, a automatically dumped into a (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ij";- "'r. *
:
: a r medicine you should have the stationary receptacle and tit the gredients of which even he does not know. :#t.
children of the
to raise
Orders have country
been issued for
best. Sold by druggists, price i same time the cylinder is discharged
The Kind Ton Have
the forwarding of 10,000 troop a fund with which to replacethe fifty cents and one dollar, or by I of its water. The letter Always Bought"DEARS o. ,_
lost member of the American mentioning the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY
from
San Francisco to the I box then descends to the lower THE SIGNATURE! OF ...

Philipine Islands at the earli navy. The plan was indorsed ADVOCATE and sending floor, the bell stop ringing audit .
your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
: 'est possible moment, and present at once by the Cincin- Binghamton, N. Y., you may have remains in position waiting .

.' expectations are that they nati Inquirer, and was then a sample bottle of this great discovery for the next visit of the post "

.;IP'- can be started by the lotl i taken up in earnest. The sent to you free by mail man.- ci lltific.mcric3u.. + / F

inst. youthful originator of the upon receipt; of three two-cent ..., .;J 7
project -
r stamps to cover cost of j jv&stage on V'hooning
Cough.
whose address is 841 the bottle. T Insist on Haying

The fire loss in the United Everett street, Cincinnati O. \ I had a little boy who was nearly .
,
States and Canada for January,. has taken active charge of the, As to Courage. :; dead cough.from:My an neighbors attack of recommend whooping The End That Fever Failed Old. ,

TH!CCMTAUIt COMPANY. TT lIIuftnR.Y STREET, New YORK CITY. -
February, March and Apri matter, and has secured theMerchants' The man who was anxious to ed Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy.

was $38,000,000 volunteer before the call for I did not think that? e..
against $42,- !. :National Bank oJ f any ._ ... I ", I"
,
would -- '-
him; but after -- ---'- I
help ;
000,000 for the correspondingmonths that city as custodian of the 123,000 men was issued, but giving t- .
him few do
t a sesbf that remedy ]I -.IfOKHpnm + '
of 1897 and $47,620 fund. In sums of $50,000 the failed to show up when the re noticed an improvement, and one .

: OOQ for the same period in money raised is to be forwarded .cruiting office iii his town was bottle cured him entirely. It' i is t 1 -rq- AOQ c d JOB PRINTTI'TCf kc M1

1806. to the United States treasury opened, is furnishing his full 1 I the best cough medicine leverhaii 1
in the hon o. J. L. :MOORE, South?1 BHING YOU!: WOUK: TO THE FFICE: OF[ THE '
for the object stated< quota of amusement, to his I Bnrgpttstown, Pa. :For sale by ;
Dr. J. y Porter:
state health Master Fawcett, seeing the neighbors. He is a citizen of J. L. Gaskins, Dru ist.CA.STOE.t. FEORIDA Efr9{ SEMIWEEKLY E.1r ADVOCATE ',;,

: :,' assistant officer, has Dr.been notified by his account of the plan, wrote to many states, and it is not :. -n.i.i., .-.-. .\. ,,,, ., ,,., J.._,,r_,._,.._f _?,-, .f*I _UTnj_.u.--i-___ ... _?! _. _JJ I I .

Sweating, that Good, and in reply received a necessary in his case, as in that Bears the X>The' Kind You!) H3V3; Aft37S! Bat: ,.'
the .
that
I report yellow fever of the victim of "milk sick- Signature // -Ll '
letter saying he would be -VVE .
.. prevailed in Key West "is ab- cC 'f., w.<.".' PRINTCARDS -
pleased to have the school children ness, to go into the next county
solntely false and To Cure Cml'H.atlon! Forever. ,
that there to find him. he i is "Take TAGS
,
Happily
of Savannah co-operate in Cascnrcts Cand v Cat*i.al"tic.: lOc or 2."a
# was no foundation for If C. C.C.fail to cure.druj.-.s'i3ts refund I CHECKS t.
the
state- money LABEL?
not the _...._ II ,
the plan. Circulars were en average man, nor yet ---------- -"_. -=----=---I'TICKETS .

ment.,- closed a very numerous one, so that T. h. P.. TvTnMnP7.Y.DEALER> I --.1> -',\'TI-C'O, --L
giving an account of the I .... .... ENVELOPES .
,. - -- oL" U J C'JICGL: \n l' '_
.t. The diebursemfcats for jurors, plan. as outlined, and showing his failure to report for duty INFAICY BILL HEADS.; ;; .C"'P.\'l'I'It'\'l'"' ,. '

and' witnesses in Florida for that it is on a good, substantial -i does not interfere with the fill- \ GROCERIES f NOTE HEADS: < LETTER; HEADS:: ,

1897*were as follows : First footing. Mr. Fawcett is I ing of quotas. Despite his ab- rETC.i ., ETC.; ETC.

g Judicial Circuit, 11707.04 ; exceedingly anxious to: have sence the country has an im- -I-KEEP- -.----1-.j 1.j ..___, .
;;
Second Circuit, $7,090.75 the matter taken up in Savan- mense surplus of good men who WE MENTION T KE> : IMPORTANT .

third, $6,464.80; fourth, $7-; nah. It is a case of "every want to "carry knapsack, box The Best and freshest Stock In Tow /I Skilled Priiitcrs.Good ..

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TRY
125.15 fifth little and and. gun, regardless of the ME.-
helps whenit
; $9,903.90 ; sixth, comes R i ..
$12,145.25; seventh, $7,077.50 ; to something like 10,000,000 fact that it is "harder work EDWARD MDDLETOSuccessor 1 Paper,

total, $61,523.39. school children all over the than farming." These will be t ,, -TO- .f.j Ircss,-v u:! ..' _' #'
to bide their time to Andrews&Middlenon.PROPRIETOn : r
country adding a penny or two compelled _

The first regiment of United to the fund, it is easy to see and we are all hoping that it OFStarke ;;rGOODYORK\ : '!TypeVAlKl: .: "

States infantry now encamped how it might swell rapidly.The will never come. When they !

at Tampa was first organized in idea is to get a committee i. are reluctantly compelled to Livery, Feed and Sale \IlllvWE .'- AI

1790, and from its ranks two composed of well-known and stay at home they will be 1 -

... Taylor presidents and have Grant.been chosen- repsonsible.persons to take hold jokes tempted at to the indulge expense in of a few the STABLES, /0 fd !HAVE ALL THESE. eee.: : ,
The
army of the matter in cities like Savannah -
who after
man "War
has been supplied with shouting NE//AND: SECOND; HAND BUGGiES ;I TERMS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
twentyone where there are schoolchildren war"ar", for months, and AND HARNESS FOR SALE. I i I I STRICTLY CASH.THT I A .
> generals from the members enough to add considerable vehemently expressing his ar- -- --- Qffica ia Postoffice Building. Call and Sea Us
'
........; of the first. to such a fund, even dent desire to take a hand in '.... ..1NEW *::. .

A life insurance in the smallest contributions.- it, suddenly collapsed as soon DO YOU WRITE 1 J
YORK
declared WORLD
agent named as war was his leonine
Measle recently held up a bank The plan, it is said, has the in- aspect instantly giving placeto --- IF SO WRITE RIGHT.

cashier and two dorsement of ConsulGeneralLee lamb-like demeanor. --
employees at THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION.
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Alexandria Secretary of War, Alger,
Tenn., and ,
got STATE OF OHIO, ) ... -
away with $500. He went Gov. Bushnell' of Ohio, Senator CITYOF TOLEDO, > ss. ... .
.
down the street Foraker and a number of Con- LUCAS COUNTY. ) 18 Pages a Week .
on a run, with ..
.. bullets flying around him, and gressmen. It may be that some FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath 156 Papers a Year

he was soon overhauled and the of the teachers will l take an interest that he is the senior partner of the ,,

:,. .. money was recovered. in the matter, and helpto firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing FORONEDOLLAH.Published '. l

push it along. If the school business in the City of Toledo,

,,4 The Metropolis very correct children of the country succeedin County and State aforesaid, and every Alternate Day except Sunday.

.:: ly says: that when that said firm will the of
: & c ,. an.ex-Con raising a fund to replace the' pay sum The Thrice-a-'\' pk Editionof

federate is chosen to be Iowa's lost battleship Maine, it will OXE HUNDRED DOLLARS for THE NEW YORK: WORLD is
each and case
brigadier general it must be certainly be every of Catarrh first among all "weekly" -
a monument to that cannot he cured by the of papers
admitted that the., country is them as well as to the heroes HALL'S CATARRH CURE! use in size, frequency of publication I am Su"b-Agent for Bradford and Surrounding

thoroughly reunited and reconstructed who lost their lives when the FRANK J. CHENEY.: and the freshness, ... ; ; Counties for tins Celebrated
General Sworn to before me and subscribed accuracy and variety of its
.( James R. Maine was destroyed.-Savannah in my presence, this 6th contents. It has all the meritsof Typewriter.Can't ,.
Lincoln
.; who will probablycommand Morning News. day of December, A. D. 1886. a great 86 daily: at the priceof .

." the troops, served in i l A. W. GLEASON, a dollar weekly. Its political I Sell You One__1 T. R. HODGES ,

tho Confederate army, and r.f- The St. Louis GlobeDemocrat l .EAL Notary Public. news is prompt, complete, SUB-AGENT. .
t. ------ accurate and : "' r_" "" ...... _. _
tcr the war became impartial as all its :::>'- -c.t .
military in- "The I .
r ;' says : pressure of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally I -'- .
btrtictor at tho Iowa Agricultural women volunteers to enter the and acts directly on the readers will testify. It is I
I.i.: 1'ollege1o blood-and mucous surfaces of the against the monopolies- and for : 'vyyvy YYY YTTYT yxnryvvy TK

'.... army was never as great- as in system. Send for testimonials, : the people. !;t: ARE YOU'A COWARD ? 3: : .
army in the world, in this war.,. They are ready to free. 0+.1 It prints the news of all the. :

: :\: :-,' .*"' ',- point of intelligence and physical serve anywhere that Uncle Sam F. J. CHENEY & CO., 1 world, having special correspondence : At this m1y seem to be.i4:
IirSt
.'. desires. Fifteen hundred girls Toledo, 0. I from all important i),. 1 t:,., Slgilt an impudent ques-. .
.' ability can compare with Sold by Druggists! 75. I news points on the globe. It ;, i t tg 1,! ., ion. We are toU however, by tha famous author r -'- 4,.
.W::. the soldiers j who compose the who make hats in Connecticuthave Halt's Family Pills are the best. has brilliant illustrations It '}r Disraeli tlut any man is a cpv/arcf,even in t spite ofhimse'f '''\ ,. ,
+ '! if garments are ill-fitting or in a shabby -.cE.;
armY .oUthe: United States. A offered to enter the mil stories by great authors, a capi-[ I 1 cond,tion. If you wish to enjoy the bravery ,k';:F.
i itia.i In Pando's boast that lIe )d. i of e.egart' attire should order Suits .
Several hundred tal humor you your t
.' genUemai echo has visited all young. I I page, complete mar- j and Overcoats of '
-
-arts: of Euro pe and viewed the women in Nebraska who can I could: take Florida: :the comic j, kets, departments for the house: 3ftD&1 ";.: .,(
side is the side whichrstrikesthe ] hold and women's work another l mil & OiTKEG3EAT ,
t,," soldiers of ride and shoot have. organized I s, '.
i ,
every government '
companies and average person first, but it special departments of: CHICAGO: MEBCHABT! TAILORS.: ," ,
[across the waters says he has urge the gov- has i I unusual interest. ;, ': + .. Who for 20 years have: J led :all rivalry in Custom' )
f4S.S.r a pathetic also.
It
nowhere 1 seen as fine, specimens ernment to muster them in and. aspect I I We offer this unequaled Tailoringand sever failed to flense in Material? ... ..
A ''BORN"Suit will.cost -
that
hows 'the Bourbonish Style or Workmanship.:
*
1: '.of':intelligent, physical man:, order them to Cuba. The !r newspaper and Tire FLORIDA: you less than the kind of tailoring flat raaJ S' .

hood as that presented. by the mothers of the republic would blindness and ignorance of the SEMI-WEEKLY: ADVOCATE together i 1 men"coward/? Every Feature Omranteca.'" .cE-: .

soldiers typical Spaniard is as dense tons I one year for 1.50 f fI 300 Patterns to Choose from. .".-t
be
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now encamped at\ Fampa. surprised to see these girls, itsas three 1 C1ZL oy.Wi ,
_centurjps 'The
regular subscription
,y.. : but not ashamed of 'J f I "'P i
:> ..., : them. f'l'
n ,
. ,",, 1. .'1i' !,- i[g9. j price of the two papers: is 200.. 1 \J VV 'c..s-...: O T hlij)_ _. .
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-:. R was.born. m /Yermohtjb'out lIttei ames Payne liked mot .' V t CENTRAL? i PENINSULAR R. it .

-,, L R ,.J '&$ a: JI d' gas ai pQ.il1t(f d. tQ .Yy'to tell was about what he call-" CATHAR'T'ICCURE 1-':"

the 4th1ctdn3rfrorithtit.. ed American duel .
wherein
' "State. September 23' 1854 an- New Florida ,and Kortfcera Air Use a J Ftea!' Trass line.- 1-
., two duellists, with one second,

.and immediately after*/ his met within" doors and drew TIME TABLE IN EFFECTS. 2, 3355.5X .
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graduation, four years later, lots to decide which should "- : '
I CONSTIPATION ff I I !O
lie was attached to the steam shoot, himself the New Dail 31 I Daily! .1 33 '1[ -8J NOKTHESS! POI3T3. t 'Darr J 33" r-
says I 'Sun Daily .Daly ?. ... Dally
j '3.;au
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frigate Wabash of the :}\Iediteranean Y i t.1 t t.
If York Tribnne: A. was the II JOe25c = }p= 815 ......! SOOpLv... Jacksonville.. f I ; .". .":.'.} *&i !1i .' ...
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: squadron. During I ALLDRUGGISTS ...... I 543p020p ...... 855s9SU ...' 84-VLv' .... Y nlae ... : : .. SS< ......
and ''
unlucky man, without a ...... .. .... .. '" .
50c .... A r .. Fernundlna.... ly .....1' itiIh. ... : CiPfll .... .
the two or three years preceding word he retired into the ... 745p840p .. lOi'a.......It0t1p.} .... .......Evereu. ...ArJ.!._... 6C!;a.. ......t) 6tpi59ia......
next .. ... ."-. .'n...f...... .....Brlu1Swicklt..I..v. .. ., ... .... .
the outbreak of the war to --- --- -- ---- -- .. .. ...,.... 12 lip ...... 20Ba I| ......Savanaab...... ,. !k.... ,h.b htl.. i 441p.:
apartment carry out the ... ...... 50Cp121t; .......KHajLv .. ..Saraultith. Sea... ..( soot rt5Ot. 4*: *. .... ... .
of secession young Dewey saw of self-destruction. ...... ... 83 PI20'. ...... 210.lt A: r....Fatrfai" S. C..LV.. ... .. :3t'rJ5! 1 8'"| %.. ..., ..,_.
purpose ...... ...... 10 OOp 24'l. ..... t.54ui. ..,Denma*.te.St C... ..... .I :'iX .H"Ih ., ..:......
: .," a variety of.sea service.: lIe B. and the second both LED VB 3 Vsa IL'itfB -JtVJ SA tX S J?MI ...... ., :-... ...... }........1 5 5a ".. ....Au' sta. Ga... {:. ". ..-...:. ,,,131.. .... .. ..
: very .. .. .. ... 4IOp| 4oJ8 ...C..11unbia.S.C...." .14247 ; ..... ....
'-k.: .' : was at all times>< active and much moved ....... ....- .......... .'.''..'.'.'.!li'SU .Spartanbarg 3 it..Aisheville. .. t... .. 'S.'u.o.l.. ...- ..
'. "; :i by the tragedyof :.. ... .......... ..... ... .. I45p1047a ,. 1'1.11. .. t'.. 12 f (t+5.' .. ... I.I ... ....
:....t ::. alert and fearless of danger. the situation remained in >awtcy, Fla., ...... .............. p .. 91:1; ...r ..Charlotte.IJ. C... .. .. i:) 'at,..... f' .. .. .....
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"' .. ... .-...:......-.....033p104p .. ... ( .S1>lisbury.N.C... ... s++p,'...... d ii ..-.. {1'.. ..
;; iii\ :. \ Tho opening of hostilities listening attitudes. At last ........... .. .... .., .. 12 It ) .Greensboro, :fir. C.. "' ..... 7ut[) ... ... .. .....
,y .. .... .. .... .... ... KOUp ..... I Slip ....DanriKcuva '* .t' dw .. 3 .. ...t-.....
r1 found him on board the steam the heard .. . ...... .. ... 60ty.. ... 52Z> .. ....RScurooaU! VL.,.. .* ..... IKtg. ..... :CiKhrlOISit: .... .....
pistol was ; theyshuddered LIVERY MD] FEED STABLES.Finest .. ... ... ...... t 58a..3. -lOp ..Lynclsborgr. Va.. .. }-.....1! t ""I...... 3 4Ut ..... ....
\ frigate Mississippi of the West with emotion and . .. ....t... ...... 3l!$.tt...... 53>'p25tfa ", .. Charlottt:.-'rltte .. **. ....I .. .. 1 ..r.. .. .
...... . .. ...... 6 ga ...... 9 p ,. .V/usbtuirton ...... t......ill t,:8 :. t....
,. t Gulf squadron. when in ... ... ...: .. ... 8 Wa .. .. 11 25p ... ......Batimyr8.. ... 9..2\1. I u 21) .. 1. .. ..
' remorse, suddenly Turnouts in the Oity.Drummers' ... ...... ...... I015a1243p; ... ; ....PUQadeupMa.: ... \ .t 7", .. ,6GRo.u .. .
: In half a dozen engagements rushed the dead .. .... ...... ...... (..... 6' .....New York..... .. I. ...f):ter 430p ...I. .
r: supposed . .. ... .1900111. .. ..! 300 .. ....Boston. .. f f.;! ...: .. .
- Lieutenant Dewey distinguished Teams Short Notice. vrr:::, : .rrr:
",' ?'-. .. man, triumphantly exclaim- on Draying a Specialty. CTKUINNATI \crO:: VILLE. 9 i H J, 1ca1Nu. 91 ,u'iil a'i1J Hie ( 'O.
r himself for bravery. He A3 13 .! ItOJtlf ASD :NEW .. 'ok 10 r'4
1i ing "Missed by heaven! l
vauyDl
Macoo. Atlanta! r ; Dans DailyToieao
111 "; figured in the capture of New Ex. Prompt attention given to all orders. I Chattanooga. Cmg I 1..i I- oxtatzts. _
I n cianatL _Chicago. 1 I 75uaLv..Fernarndina..Ar ...... 5Ou!
: Orleans in April, 1862 and -.-.. --- :''''-''''''' .''.''''.''/L! ..:.., rL"____ 0 .,;. ueiroii, I I '......1911.1\1.\: \; t.: lUaDaa ....Ar ... 31trp
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--- Z6 Cleveland LouisviUe. ; c t 9 40p., 02.5tfLv! daersonvie..tr 'T30 505p
, .'f!:. did gallant service at Port ...... 1 I : I and St. Ljuisy 1 !!t03P; Piar.: : ; .. .. .Dal wtu..Ll3a 415l'
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4 en -E: = A ::: :::zt :;j ::1. 6-;: 0 ji fa?i! (Ha 5ta.t312c.. 3t7 )
1 M Hudson in March 1863. Skin Diseaseso W b I5a; ; | :! >/1rv..Jacksoniiie..Ar./- / ......,rt l2Its.n: ...., .. WaJ! .. .... 4&0.J'Wa. 2Gup;
... 1101i 2Ua 101a .....Kverett .Lv./ 530a .. ... ....,.. IS 10..t1abes11&. .." ..._ 11 0Fa
Later he was in various engagements ll. 'V. DIXON & SON Dw i i4p100ip 410\! .. ......Macoa.: .. .. .. 1100 ....., 12P! "... Cedar Key..." 1O.451 : -\
For the speedy and permanent cure cf 715a ......Atlanta.. .. !813! .l li "...Hawthorne. ." : I7p:
t4 with tho Confederates tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham- 7 50a Lv....Atlanta... .Ar. !() P..I.2H ,rJjpl.; ... ... .. Citra....... 30n5t..
i berlain's and 8:! ,101 1 OOp .. cllaltanoog a..Lv.. 3 .. ...1 i 186': : .Saver Spcfal ." .. .. .. . .
Eye Skin Ointment is GENERAL COI I0. iftUSSION? lop.I
below Fort Donelson and i without an equal. It relieves the itch i IiIERCHANTS 1 inQ I ILf .730r' 73tJa ....L'"incinn-tti.. : .-..... :2S5a 410tt4'Ir! t-Hlt.j.I ".........'yltiki.wd..Ocala ......". 1.2-tJ51't'.)-.....\I.oxla 11.Oi

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ing and almost z\SIlE\'ILLEPOU'fE I I ::\\1)' 3 Ii .... .... .'.
he participated with personal smarting instantly and I. .. Lees 'urG t OBj. 10 t5x
..a. its continued use effects a 190 and 1901 Duane St., New York. Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville: Cln-j 61- ? tof! ... .Tuvarea. ........ O OOpIK::.
intwo permanentcure. cinnuti and Chicago. g ".... ..... !
credit attacks on Fort w I r91Iat\U : Griaatlo lOp S5a
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cures itch, barber's itch < f-pull.v.......Jack..uvtaa...,1t: f IV*..**., J 5-3ipf llf1'' Wlrifvf'iffe ? *3!;tIP1{I E tJth\
:Fisher. Nearly all of the services scald head sore nipples itching piles Southern FruitsBfl Vegetables 1'.' l3amL.Y..W.!' .... Savannah..Ar: 500am j i 516x': .*.. Rt. Cuhrnne1t.: .. t altu0ln94k
a Specialty. 8Irc .. .. .
chapped hands chronic sore and 4 l5atnAr! .Columbia: Lvr47amli, iH\ar} :Hq! !;t\'OOO lee. UH1 .
in which Lieutenant granulated lids. eyes: 11 25am :Ar... .. SpartunDnrg..Lv 5310pmi, tHrtac;, .. .'.. .Dwc City..!." 10., liar'!
; w i. !: 7WI.rt. ... ." .
.lIakc
r Specialty of SINlll'bcl'j'ics and Peaches I 1J43pmAr..Ilendermvifle..Lv: / 300pm: .Panttnty U8al S x
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F ." Dewey engaged during the : Tltj'Qllyiwllf tile Entire rlJ 4opic Ar. .. .... .. bviUe. ...1.- 2 Uopmj! 8 8ua' 54i."[.)_ ..:rI tmga. ... 73p}l ';'3 a
"f Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for :yRFrEnr : 5'.pm Ar......Hot :Springs..Lt 1146un7vpmar..Knosvule..Lr
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.? of secession of Q St5i1.IO
war was a horses are the best tonic blood purifier :.scr. National Bani Xcw York lUll Commerc .
4 -Irvinbg :, 4 55am Ar..Lexhgton..Lv to 15pm,; OMI.V T.GCJU PUL! "Lt:4 SLCEPE.J:
.f< and vermifuge. Price 23;:) r' .... .. .. .. ..,..
.".. ; vigorous and dangerous char- cents. Sold by : vial A encie--:: P1 '7 OaJr \r .Cincinnati L* T3Opm. .

..... ,.___........._ ..,. ......... ..... ... ... ..... _......_ (l) 83uamLv..Cincfahatt..l4..Ar'titJOpnti; '....
acter, and his bravery won .a) Vv- ...."'-.... -" .0""".. ....--.c---', .-._-=-.... -' ..c........._ 5 13pm.uhtcago.! .........-Lv 900ami BET" :.1'.N JACt 53.JVILD
The
worst flood known .
Itlgjrour.
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,?f. repeated commendation from ..- bb3Uam v.. .....Cincinnati.... ...,Art e .; : r \: OI'.t.EA.XS.
.. since 1844 is devastating the -- CtWpm( Ar> < .. .....Chicago..... Lviloni'n 3'Junl; ..-
-, .... his commanding officers. l Route. I ___
The i Arkansas valley and towns -A. JOHNS( ,. 9 lOamlLv.... .....CinCinnati... Art1'eam.ylvania. 6Wpm!j f-----?\u3Rtt: : WiJ.t"t' ;J JJly- roN No.; II i
,. frigate Mississippi was along the banks of that stream I 5 OOpnu Ar. .. .....Chicago., ...... ..Lv 10 OOaoai[DailyO-.Uyj; : ..A&ax.sw (71U. ,lll; ,
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destroyed by the Confederatesin --STAEKE: FLA., !I r------I-' : 1 _v'.ne.' Ar,;-'f..::.;- ----
River aro: submerged, while many S T. LOUIS, LOCISVILLE:: .\: i'bsSpC4aaiAv..J'} H,! .... u.c'J'.Ly; dlw> p t. .. .
the aftera .
Mississippi VILLE. t3SpalrtaH: -.. r.0..1: ;......" S
farm building are afloat. lp Sta111e and Fancy Groceries fi I Wt.JtD.tl-V.: .. .. .Jacksonville...... Arl 8 } +atn I::%) t '"u' Metlfcon. .** \t'4O'f1 u.P L
stubborn and gallant fight. One-fourth of the residence 1)e) le; ", W14 Ar.. ... ......Bverett... .Lv,. / 83na 11l 4 Wi:: 23a1I '',.,,.,]!,mtil" llu...... i 3 OOI t .
I, I 14 ICaia .. 11 tJOpb f{ IS t0a o OjrI h,".1'1: sts'..9e... ." : I I.::,; .
The present commodore was of Van Buren is 15am: .. .... ..Atlanta. .. .... .. "' / tl15111nt I S22sa'; :' 42j..i I .... :'t\lI..y. ..... J I:;'?> .
part eight Country Produce Etc.When tOOpm490am;; .... ....Chattanooga .. t :3 lOpmi!! tt*>a! Blftfi t + "..JKlv-/.i:! (I'll
sink-i feet under water. Riversideand I .........Le""b.t.-... .... "*.'lOOOatnj ,/ .;'f..1. |;..r. Pt.:.:--..";:,!-'.- .' 7 'I':! .
' .. 760amC2Wm, .. .. .....ww..vUle......... ( 7 -I5Ftt'lf' :i (YA1 I "".. ""{ t. .. t 1. -Mj' ,
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two .SL. LOui., | 765 tunli|| "I! ; 1WHcw; (;:1. :, ,'t.. i ;=',.
, ;-t.. ter, in command, -on this in- I. Babylon, densely- in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a t ---- -- ---
r;,t settled suburbs are under ,
Call. I will make it to !
cident shortly afterward said: your advantage.Millions 5LEEFJl' CAR SCETVK'S.
water and several large resi- .._. ....,. __ I
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"It is in such trying moments -" > I Nos. 35 :and 36 Past Mail, Sleepers. between New' Y'l iS :"intUaclt-oaviHe1. and th- <': .,' ...
t" dences have fallen into the anti Sleeper via AsbevUle
: Given : iLIOiDS.
that men show of what metal --....-- .- .- Nos. 37 and S3 carry through Sleepers between Jaetewavrif, 1\1..1 Jcw Yorfe.toconaeci..>a
river. Every foot of dry landis 1 -- -- -- with 8 and:! and 3 and 10' with 1'ultaian Sleepers Uetwc\:ik'Ja'.c-'i'vjtfitte: a.vt T.uapa.
they are made; and in this It is certainly XoJd: oarjies: through Sleeper between Jaok-onvi'tn.i4 Oh) tt to% :"goo,a. saute:> returns toy
crowded with household CJHonT 1 No. S3 into Jacksonville. Sleeper betvvesn A.lI.ntland tlCn.t1.:! ;
instance the metal was the public to know of one LINE: Close couneciions at Cincinnati, St. Louis and KaHiM: : t:.ty uU poluts West and South.
-f"\.. goods Thousands of people ry 62u : No>. I and 2 carry the JII.CL: ouvlUecw Orleans !Siemer. ,
.7i"1'4 :: the land who are not t1.fly except Sunday. 0'aily except. Saturday and our.day. ;JThfe traits iiti?* not ma
best.auice have been driven from. their -j EASTYEST Monday. Sunday and Monday only. iCoauecttoas Tii.i-p.1: for St. Petersburg Ml1lunf-o
L- his connection with generous to the needy Kivor: and leyVest and Havana steamer: Steamer "Mrn-.i: fle*. fur all points OD i1fUatt"t' .
homes and are being sheltered.The river. At.StaikeforLaCro.sse. At W aId 0 Steamer for i'e'.:'\, ce.: O./uatcta at Tallaea"o,
. the United States Navy Commodore ing. The proprietors of I INew : ARKW1LS for Jarrabelte: St. M-irks, and Apalachavula. Conneati diver J aclioa for CIaa.t.t"t.tMJOlIn:
CF
:Missouri\ Kansas & Texas TRAINS River steamer Couueets at Ocaia: for Ifomosass.; Coaa&eU: : \ at I-'eraai-tiiaa: for CuruWr-
Dewey has seen fifteen Discovery for land Route Steamer to tho huiU.s and Bnui.;wick.
T'lf1 and Iron Mountain systems All baggage will be checked front Union Depot. Tickets will stilt be s-old at the city ttvliofiice t
and a half years sea service, Coughs and Colds, \E FLA. .slogan Street as well as at the Union! Depot ticket ooioe.
are tied up in Indian territory. 11. W. CAilPUELL Passenger; :\genr. J. E. MAKSIIALK,
and three and half : leaves :3.17 p. m., for aU
twenty a Hundreds of thousands of away over ten million west connecting at Jack Ticket Agent :3Y(): U>4 Bay St., corner Hogan, Ja'kspnriIlc-! .

..,:, years of service on shore. of this great medicine ; I { sleeper for Net YOlk, V/ALTEll O. C(3LEMAN. General TravtrrfTT: At cni, Juoksouvittf.!
dollars damage has been doneto points. A O. MucDOSNELL, Gen. Pisd. Agvut.
4 Almost at the close of the late tho satisfaction of \\' 5:12, :: a. m. daily for slate:
plantations in Crawford carrying through; sleeper
. war he was commissioned< absolutely cured :'>l1irtte points to New York ... -
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*: .... coun ty.CASTORIA. \' with trains;; from -- -
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;:;: t eutcnant commander in I hopeless cases. Asthma, : and all points I
!;;( with trains for west

: ..,/ '' recognition of gallant services. tie, Hoarseness and all } Nubile- points.New Orleans, Tex I Southe1L :

-: For the next fw years he tho Throat, Chest and :,,( p. m. with connection

:!t" served different of I. divi.-.ious. Through! sleeper ..... ;;1r "' ..
on ships For Infants surely cured by it. Call R.1 ": : &0\
and Children :' m. with through sleep- Il
'. tho European squadron In Gaskins, Druggist ; and ali. i points north, west, and .. .... r Cl'c/j' J
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: The Kind You Have l ;e.)
Always BoughtBears
':;c April 1872, he was commissioned bottle free. Regular size .of l on the or write state toD.GRSKN sleeper or ABSOLUTELY I 1 THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

t a commander, and theSignature I $1. Every battle Agent. .
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Starke, Fla.
. :*, placed) in command of the of I price refunded. M. QG.P.A. I :zoUGni PULLiU'AN DKATTH-fQ K002I CASGTIIOF.OTJGKFAB3 DI.1lG cAr.."..,1 !.

.-.:,..,- Narragansett. Subsequently "JacksoavlUe, Fla. I -__. COACHES:: YE3TI2ULiC: T..-.a.4..o.J-a T"'. .-<.t..

; w he served for while the The Those who
a on Gainesville Sun con- I .
(1
): uu'9 Government lighthouse board, demns personal Inud-slining the only trained sol !t H. I i i1.\ n. n u. NORTH t.ST ANDWEST.' '

;: 1; of which he was secretary in the following vigorous r! the United States ; Arrival of Trains.!

'::l'f1 part of the time. He was phraseology: t tr 11>c candidate I. the field on short I TWO DAILY TRAINS! BETWEEN Fl-CISSA A.\D THE: CAST..

_;r, > promoted captain in September who attempts to succeed by the regulars and tho FLORIDA. ..

;: -< 1881. and commanded abusing his opponemt I shoulj;! .I overlook one fact. diate 7 a. points.m. for This LaCrosse.train Washington- and Southwestern Limited!

;:L; ,,: the dispatch.boat Dolphin. be defeated. If he has merit look the fact that in .O.;Macon S. &:and iat intermc'Sampson ate. And, the Unltci! C'.zlcs Tsst ?.Isl.l i ir !

,i t Returning to shore duty, Captain let him base his success upon try there are several ." .
; ( Sundays only. Leaves C::LI 21 nOUP.3 JAOZ303VILLE TO WASiI.:;T Ti; .
:
" : Dewey served for three that. If he has nothing bet- men who served three : ase, Urinkly and iatermcsl-
at Sampson Junction. ONLY 27 HOUI13 JA02333VILL3: : T3; HE77 YD2Z
I! or four years as chief of the ter to commend him than to one of the best drilled ,and. Leaves intermediate Starke points.1:0: a.ra- I -'-

; : 55 Bureau of Equipment' andRecruiting create false impressions regarding of modern times. The and intermediate Ecin YcstlbtJcci Trelna ,, .
Pi; 1. Ls daily except Sunday. cmrpasttdofLatoatImprovedr'minr- { ;: rti? oa-1 !Zat -)Ufa
with the rank oft his opponents he deserves States has thousands 12lo p. m. daily.: the Cars through; without change t-> \'/=wf>iti/f>a, t..:,r.c.e.
L at 0:30 In. Satur. .
p. rhilaielpL a XeVorl;and t.u! --:
_: <;: commodore. He was promoted and should receive condem man-American VV'P'H, : only., arrives! at Starke. 5:30 p. I -

to commodore on February nation. Any man who secures are trained soldier, TO. llSETT. Gen.*SupL THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN >

u,' 20, 1896, and on January 3 office by trickery will not depend upon them, Gen. MIT. Starke, Fla. JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. ..-,

list he was assigned to the make a reliable public ser Fla. '

4 command of the Asiatic squadrOll. vant." Buckicu's Arnica I Through> Slesinz! : Caw Dally Jacksonville toCincinnativia :
GULF RAILROAD CO. ..
The Best Salve in the Ashc"LAND : \1.::, Trcu:1: t.::'
CARD NO. 25.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour life Away. Cuts, Bruises: Sorca, and after Nov. 7. :: OF TH2 5::"i." ..
The flag is loyed by every To quit tobacco easily and forever 1e ml.g'netic. -- .
: full of life nerve and yiior, take :JCoToBac Rheum, Fever Sores, lTo.2 No. 4
American the bunting rot QeMoed Inforrnnrjoi J ,.' t'
A TIOXS. M to rate-j. achet. +
prettiest Daily ex. Daily: me. -.tBS car rrsn-s.a0zt: eta. s
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wonder-worker, that makes weak: menBtroiiff. ped Hands, Chilblains, C Sunday. eat a.e:1a: Ql tLo: KonniJis: KAILWAT or its connection.
;- : in the world, the emblem All druggists SOc or II. Cure jrnarac- i Ar. am. Ar.
teed. Booklet; and samplo free. Address all Skin and pm.
Eruptions ..
; of the nation of earth* 11 ou 7 to L. A. SHIF2I AIT I.crld3: r S3. \t. 212 "W t! crag.
greatest Sterling lemony Co. Chicago or New York I liiil... 10f>H 05.1: ; st !1Y J.c'tf G'"II"JnTII.: : .
. .', It rares Piles, or no pay: ." .. 1055 650 J. If. GULP.
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be TURK, p, K. FrARDUICr
can seen on nearly every I : 'cky Point.. 10So &45 ,
. in The entire foreign trade 9fl is guaranteed to give 10 40 630 TraSo, : Manager; (je i pan \iCt.l A. partly. AMt.gaihlnttua. ..
street the hands of D.0.
many ; : .... 1030: 620:: wattnatun,1): ; 0. Atlas? ..(h..

:S.:::> children, on the electric cars the Phillippine Islands is very i, isfaction or money Clyatt's' ;' ......1010 1055- 610 615 __ May 2, 1397....... '

oox. .. _._ .. _.
and hacks the handle bars considerable. The exports in 25 cent. per JOruore..... 1005 80S ':' - -- -
; on I Tacoma .... 1000 600
i of the rider prosperous years amount to For sale at J. L. ...... !955 555
the
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4 < bicycle on ; .: .,.. 050 550 THE POMOrU hill EkIES ;
railings of porches and wound about $32.000,000 and the Store. :. .- -) .... 940 5-J3 :
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Simonton 935:! 540 i WCW CAT InOO
imports to a little mo'"e than . 933: 535 '" C
a"; about the posts thereof, in the The Rev. Heber + <:e.I 53. r LOOUC per tiled O

.t lapel buttonholes of hundreds $20,000,000. The amount in : .... 92 525 I', 4 WILL EE ,.L.Y TO w..L Ill CCTCSCI*. .
Ii pastor of All Souls ..Irrine...... 6 10 515; _.
x ", of men and boys, in every direction favor of the islands is about I New York declared Drane ... .... .... One faTty vyWeV-bJT...-...._ of "-Ir tg7 etta.y +--
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a. Icgnr.vaivahlt"wJ.'O.fT.dl.t'Jt: a3rear.pyotyn.sr 4
;:; the eye is cast the Star i 3000000. The country is sermon Sunday last .' :, ., Snsr) Ca at'-cn:. 1 kai a CI"7. bat .
: w' J bare Joa J '!'4 K. I Chad 'o many ictzr.tht;? Vtilings
':I Spangled Banner is seen waving very: rich, and under a liberaland United States had BUNCH. Man. Gen. Pass. Agent. t T eF j la it that I Co: u..fvkiib"' tj tc-itlKxlt a .r '

and fluttering in a manner 'I stable governmentvould 1 pointed by \. i copy.Our new i.t rt.'::;'-uew;'tl contsin all the .
produce vastly than} it .Jr ; good feattur ;,ft U! e 49, c-'a jpif ix sale'; man t
that seems to be a good 1 more executioner of Spain. && c d k'l *tw ootr F ,'i\! I.Intr.c: tri h many ue.whotozrapfiic ..I.,.
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does. ter tG$ t. Vi! is. \ie cJfer a t.,1lu.e <>(
assurance that it has never yet, other New York I II ,. Prttitaa30aan.::t:1!Trcr*al!SSTu'': : '4.wt.! t !
A -9 { Southern p:1'111:1 .Cat.M;fc.13ree. Al.i.re.u t
r and will not be, conquered by Jio-To-Eac able to trace dr [
tor fitly Center I were : t
(L THE GRIFJfilG BP.03.JOB en. .
'" .' foe of libertyPensacola.TimesStar. Gnaranteedtobacco: b&bit: cure mnkestre:,.1i{ } ( Newest ud Met Prefiteb'ePeach .' ,. ,
... :\ nitn strong, blood Dora 50otl. All dttt>:gists hand of God in war, f'" I for Seuttcra Mantr";. YC SC.:AU1i: :s J IIa' J1l.tC! $i.1' A. .
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If you would be weH spoken 'I I ---- -- _-._----- .
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Beauty I* Blood Deep. Divine wisdom for the
: of, learn to speak well of i Reliable r'r.u'l. PRINTINGBring "ire.: "1,.".J.. !".::: .n .(' !:' :!--t'1
Clean blood means a clean ekin. No : .....CSQ. .. .. __. .J __.._ It .,
of liberating } ; ... ... .
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without it. Cathartic "
beauty Cascarets I
,Candy others find when you have asd cue:! months ruediel '* : ;."..-. -?> : :.:
clean your blood and keep it clean, bytirriDg'tlp I : be " .- -
; learned to well endeavorlikewise i 1 the f"rcmtwr CUIl"'T m n.o it to THE ADVOCATE offic? \. 1"-1.-..."r-f..t.. Jlt.l.
; f the lazy: liver and driving all impurities speak ;, oPle.C nt ot BH-3 sea[. l-rt've a.a:*- '..> W .I ... ...

tI. jrom the body. Begin today to to do well and thus I l.sTORI: : I i iI I I 'of exoe-sc."werrr oTer- WE: CAN DO IT "f/ ..-.., j:.. .. ,'t,. :.'- ( ...:.r.;Jf. C"r. ...
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blotches tottcurr&eanpletrc ;
Enit4i boils .
pimples blackheads ,t ail: nhar coaCLO. AS YOU WANT IT. i$ < ...L.. .. :"'; .:o- .... .,. .
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a. \ sickly bilious complexion taking: you will reap tho fruit of being BtWi : j i !R.T It J'w.hHt. N. t'. O. D. .'I WANT IT :;( : ,-- .' _.. 1"_" _-".
V/HEN YOU IV :
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i' By beauty for ten cents. drug- !! theJLThB /. : as; r"u'Qr- ACCe a ;. ?"

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TO OUR READERS.We PERSONAL NOTES. H. S. of ""lldo-Wts ", ..... .. --. ..-. .t;
j Capt. Grimes : ; : ":. ,
NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS.. ? .. ;J ; $. :..a'....::J:::; .....,.....o....... -.c--.e: :: _. ,:.Ii'..'-', .' .
.4 have been issuing the ADVOCATE Mr. A. B. Wall Is visiting friends in In the city Thursday night. Harry ., -..;'. .. .
went back as' far as WaluO with the

GATHERED. CITY AND NEIGH I ce the as: first a of semi-weekly February, but papers at Ielro'e.Mr. F. R. Morgan visited Tampa ,soldier To CASH BUYERS' j 2
BORHOOD. Mr. S. M. Alvarez visited Tampa ; Vr .
I the same price as the weekly was Sunday.Mr. Sunday Mr. Alvarez says that the

ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT *PECULIAR. I issued. Some said that we could Ott, of Lawtey was in the city'boys are all in fine spirits and are '

not find news enough to warrant yesterday. drilling hard. We are closing tout .. ,. ", ;

Old papers for sale at this office. : the issue of a paper twiceaweek.We Judge Richard, of Lake Butler, was Mr. Chas. Pace, one of Jackson- f entire stock of. . '' ."
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have demonstrated the fact in the city Monday. ville's most promising young business : .
Blank mortgages for sale at this men, spent Sunday with his
office. that it could be done, but we have Mr. Chas. Farrerry of Fernandina, parents in this city. Dry Goods Clothing Shoes;;Etcv; :
'v not had the hearty support from Is visiting in the city ,
Mr. John Rising left Monday for
'Yr. .... -
N. B. Hull has a handsomenew the people of Starke which we Mr. Chas. B. Oat went down to South Carolina. Mr. Rising will remain .llJ
In fact everything w< have in
bicycle., Tampa Sunday night. there for several weeks before
hoped to receive from them in so
going further North. stock, and we will sell goods
For Candy, fresh and fine, go to doing. We now find it to our in- Prof. Hercules and wife visited
I High Springs Saturday.Mr. Mr. Wra. Dillaberry who has been
A. A. Johns.' terest to convert the back'toa
paper which will F. B. Collins of Savannah, visiting relatives jn the city for tho At Prices That Will! Surprise Our People,, '
A good rain is very badly need- weekly publication, i. was iu the city Suadny. past few days, left Friday, for. his Jl-
home in .
be issued Middleburg.Col
Thursday morn-
ed in this !cctio .-* every
.
ing. In so doing we do not com Mr. Edward Lam of New York, C. L. Peek was among the visitors A visit to our store will con-

Six cannons passed through the plicate matters in the least as the was in the city Sunday. from this city to Tampa Friday. vince you that we mean just .

city en route to Tampa yesterdayEvery price for the semi-weekly has been Col. C. L. Peek made a business trip The Colonel went down on the same what we say. Respectfully, ,
.. to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. train with the soldiers.Mr. ..
Jp .'mmp.._-;r., the same as for the weekly. Our .
f/
Walter Wills made a business Wm. Agin, of Cummer's log
misses the soldier contracts have been N.W.HACKETT
one advertising
.
Baldwin is iu the
,
trip to Tampa Saturday. camp near visiting ,
boys. The town seems dull with-. made on the basis of a weekly, and city. Mr. Agin says in the log camp

out them. therefore we trust that matters will Dr.visit Tatc to Waldo Powell Monday.Hon. made a.professional has shut down on account of the war. Starke.: :F'l' a.

run on-as usual. We will continueto Mr. A. M. Ackerman, book-keeper
The ladies of this(\city sent our E. P. Ward, of Ward .. .. .. .... ....... ...
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City for Atlantic Lumber ... ... ...""' ._. .. _... ."'".'.. ., .f .
the _
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boys in Tampa a fine lot of straw- give the people of Starke and was on our streets Friday Company, ._..-. / ._.,.,._.,.,'.-'. .._. '.-o_._."_- .-._--. "d."E- -. .
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was in the city Sunday. Mr. Acker- -- -- --'- ---' -- -. .
Bradford county a good '
berries ;yeiterday. newsy Mr. Walter Peterson was among man left the same night for Tampa.Mr. -
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as usual and trust that we
paper
the visitors to
Blank turpentine land leases for Tampa Sunday. Fred Dilger the commedian,
sale at this office. If want may continue to receive their sup .Mr. Isaac Javett and wife of Lake traveling with Mr. VanElderen, BooiINGY
you port. If business will warrant it OUR .C4woN Js !!
any come and see us. View were in the city Friday.Mr. the dentist, gave an interesting enter- )
later, we will again issue the ADVOCATE Edward Middleton made a bus- tainment .on the streets Monday

Quito a crowd of Starke people as a semi-weekly. iness trip to Jacksonville Saturday morning. .

enjoyed a delightful picnic at Mr. V. R. Preyatt and Dr. J. C. Dr. VanElderen the dentist, is And every shot is directed at

Kingsley Lake Monday. Many old soldiers now feel the Wills visited Sampson City Monday. again in the city and is located at the
effects of the hard service they New Commercial. The Doctor gavean
When write to our boys in Mr. Richard Fernandez has
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you accepted lecture the HIGH
endured during tho war. Mr. interesting on cornerof
Tampa address the letter in care of a position with the W. B. HaynesCo. Call and Jackson Streets Monday.Mr. PRICESj.k
Geo. S. Anderson, of Rossville, .
Company B., 4th Batallion F. S. T. W. L. May, who for the
past
York county, Penn., who saw the *
of
have stock .
We goods
Rev. L. W. Kickliter filled his three months bas been connected a large
The Victor String Band treated hardest kind of service at the
regular appointment at Callahan Sun- with this office as foreman, leave on hand and .
the guests of theNew Commercial front, is now frequently troubled
day. to-morrow morning for Jacksonville!
Hotel to a delightful serenade last with rheumatism. "I had a severe where he has .
accepted a position r,
Sheriff S. B. Denmark returned
night.A attack lately," he says, "and Monday from a business trip to Lake with the Vance Printing Companyand We Must Sell Them Regardless oi CostSo

procured a bottle of Chamberlain'sPain Butler. will go on the road as salesmanat
crowd of out
boys went yes- Mr. is reliableman
once. May a study
Balm. It did much .
terday and picked several bushelsof so good Mr Joe Dowling and wife, of Lake and the Vance Printing Company come along right now and

strawberries for the Guards at that I would like to know what Butler, were visitors to Starke last is to be congratulated on securing take advantage of the . '. .

you would charge me for one Friday.Mr. his service
I Tampa
dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson Jake Ward, one of Ward City's
Free Pills. We Are Offering.
Chickens and eggs are bringinga wanted it both for his own use popular young men,was on our streets Bargains

fancy price in Tampa. This is a and to supply it to his friends Friday. Send your address to H. E.

chance for some one to make and neighbors, as every family Mr. Orrin Husband, Mel rose's Bucklen> &,Co., Chicago, and get a C We will hereafter do NO credit
should havo bottle of it i in
money. a their popular merchant was in the city free sample box of Dr. King's business, consequently: the good
home, not only for reheumatism, '
Ffiday. New Life Pills. A trial will will not have to
con- customers pay -
but lame back
The young men of this city presented sprains, swellings,
.. our Military Company in cuts bruises and burns, for whichit Mr. Geo. Kosel left Saturday for vince you of their merits. These the bad accounts. .
is unequalled. For sale by J. L. Tampa. Perhaps he will join Com- : pills are easy in action and are
with two bushels of strawberries .
Tampa B.Mrs. i; -
Gaskins, Druggist. pany particularly effective in the cure JOIN OUR fiEGIMMT- -

Monday. McCormick, of Gainesville, is
of Constipation and Sick Head-
After from the in
-OF CUSTOMERSRight
The boys of this city are organizing hearing boys visiting; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. D.tvis in ache. For Malaria and Liver. \.). :
t, Tampa Sunday and finding that this city. el" 1'I' v
a Military Company. They'. in need of bread" the troubles they have been proved in- ; now and get the benefit of '" ,
they were Mr. W. 1... .
foreman of ADVOCATE
the May, the -
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}have already 24 names. Let "
valuable.
They are guaranteed to the A
bargains wo are offerirg.
I good people of Starke went to work office, visited Jacksonville
good work go. on. and shipped the boys a supply of Sunday. be perfectly free from every deleterious fine line of groceries as well asevery '-

substance and to be else in stock.Hodges .
A crowd of collected thing
large people
bread, meat, etc.Several of the Mr. Rylei, Sampson's turpentine
at the depot Sunday night to ladies baked any amount of biscuit, operator, was in the city on business purely vegetable. They do not

see the colored troops from Wyoming light bread, etc., and the whole lot Monday.Mr. giving weaken tone by to their stomach action and, but bowels by Douglass & McLeod;,.

pass through. was shipped to Tampa on the Sun- Morgan Lee, a prominent citi- greatly invigorate the system.

The colored Company of volunteers day night train. When the boys zen of Clay county, was on our streets Regular size 25c. per box. Sold Truby, Sternberg & Co.'a old stand. .
Saturday.Mr. L. Gaskins -
J.

held a meeting in Lincoln received it they gave three cheers by Druggist.A -.....,.,.tfII!'. ,-.11" .,.,. .,.,.".,., ................."" .-................."" ."""' .-.....- "'"
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City Monday to permanently organize for the good ladies of Starke.In and :Mrs. Anthony and son, telegram from Capt. E. S. l _-" _", ._"", ,"_'""._.........._......_-.._............t."" ..-AIi'-------p.,. !.,-.,.,.,..Iii'."" iiI,'jiiI'''' .;
Gardiner, visited Tampa Friday and
the Company.A our article "Guards off to Saturday.Mr. i Matthews says that he received the m THE C. B. ROGERS CO. :

good well of drinking water is War" in Friday's issue, it was Geo. Moore has returned froma bread, etc., that was sent to him ,1

very badly needed at the High stated that a beautiful silk flag pleasant visit with relatives at from'this place Sunday night. He IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS

School. The scholars have to carry was presented to the boys:, made Lake City. said that the boys were preparingfor dl :r.A.cxso TV=Z: : :F.A.: : .

water from a long distance. by the ladies. This was erroneous Mr. Jacob Rehm/ a prosperous tillerof feast and would have a regu- 1--1 Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc. m

the soil from Hampton in the lar picnic dinner that day. l ll
was
-the made Mrs. S. M. l
s LosT.-Black Cape trimmed with flag Wad by SOLE AGENTS FOR: Our business confined to the

lace. Lost on Thursday morning Weeks personally and was a gift city Saturday. Special Notice. i Fairbani Canning Co. )Lion; Brand trndo only. Orders from consumers W""
Mr W. G. Seales, one of Hamp- neither solicited nor de- '
a' from buggy within the City. from her to our noble soldier boys. Dr. VanElderen, "The King of \
,- ton's prominent business men, was in /O| tanned Heats. @ired. (m
The error was occasioned by the all painless Tooth-Extractors 'yillbe
Finder will be rewarded by returning -' Starke Monday.Mr. ,

same to :Mrs. J. !L Truby. presentation speech in which it Jessie Reddish a prosperous at Lake Butler Monday and g| Quotations Made Promptly On Application. ill

A "Dime Social" will be held at was stated that the flag was pre- farmer from Water Oak, was on our Tuesday, May 23rd and 24th. and .................................:,;;) ."" .""" ............. +"' .".II'!'...........,..,.""' ......"" ."" .".- .",, .
sented by the ladies. :::s .,.... ,.,::= ::=+ e1:':e ::: e-:
the Methodist parsonage next Friday streets Saturday.Mr. at Hampton on Wednesday, fay

evening under the auspices of Dr. A. L. Scott, a progressive Brooks Shipman, one of Law-i 25th.A. _

the Epworth League. Everybody. citizen of this place, has received ley's progressive young men, was in train containing a section of: WILLIAM TYSONJAb .S

is cordially invited to be present. ] machinery for a sugar mill whichhe the city Monday.Mr. the United States Signal Corps

will erect on his place in North Geo. Lewis who has been
A United States Regular had I Starke. The machinery consistsof working in Savannah, is visiting rel- passed through the city last Fridayen LIVERY, SALE AND FEED i STABLES,

the misfortune to miss Jiis train atives in the city. route to Tampa. There wag a

here Sunday. When he found out a cane mill, a first class evapor- Col. Gronto Lake Butler's promi- gas generator and a flat car loaded *.-- STARKE FLA.I : .- -u .

that he had been left he made I. ator and all other necessary equipments nent legal light, was on our streets on with demijohns of fluid for makinggas .. ,

t, himself at home and took in the for a No. 1 plant. Dr. business yesterday. ___ which will be used for sendingup tI''''

town. turn Scott out will a have fine grade the mill of sugar ready by to ,Mr. A. Griffis has accepted a position balloons. Hale a Specialty Conieying; Traveling Men to Points i ii a the COtI11tr,..-*- :-.
as salesman for the W. B.
'. The longest train that has passed next Fall. Haynes Company.Mr. Xo-lo-Be for :Fifty; Cent -

through this city for some time 'Mr. Arthur Alvarez returned yes- J. R. Wells, one of Jackson- Guarantied strong,blood tobacco pure.habit Ma cure u. ,An makes druggists.weakmnu SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.AIlathn .

came through Monday. The train from ville's business merchants have ,
terday morning Tampa. prominent men, was Nearly all of the

was bound for Ocala and consisted Arthur says that all of the boysare in the city Sunday. signed the petition to close the

: of empty cars for the phosphate well and Mrs. Jessie Clark, of Gainesville, o'clock
doing having a good stores at 6:30 p. m., com- Oil

WtUJl/Qtt time. He says that they have to was this the guest or Mrs. Chas.. B. Oat in mencing June 1st. We hope they Security

The Elarbcc turpentine plant is drill twice a day in about four city Thursday. will all sign as we sympathize with

Mill shipping large quantities of inches of sand and that the weatheris Miss Ada Wynn, one of Starke's the clerks who have to stay in the .

-_." turpentine and resin. Mr. Elarbee very dry and warm. most ing relatives charming at Waldo.young ladies is visit- stores so late these hot nights

: Fays he' is will pleased with Starke For Sale By
The Presbyterian church was Bdocate: Your.IIowels With CiurareU.
: Miss Belle Corpew, who is attending -
r" and surrounding country as a location Candy Cathartic, cure eonattpatloa forerer ..
: .-: profusely decorated Sunday with the High School here, visited her lOc,=c. It C.C.C.fall,druggists refund money
for..a turpentine plant. parents In Melrose Sunday.Mr. J. F. McMUEEAY Grocer
the most beautiful flowers P. ;
.. among The Victor Cornet Band has reorganized <
Troops are rushing through here which were Easter lillies syringa, K., .W. Peabody representingthe and new men have been

en route to Tampa at all times and, Times-Union and Citizen, watt in
poppies, magnolia candytuft.Mrs. received to fill the places of those NOTE REDUCTION IN PRICE
-. during the day and night and almost J. M. Trnby deserves especial the city on business Monday. ?'
who are absent with the Guards.
every train that comes through praise for furnishing the beautiful Mr. Harry Jackson, one of Melrose's The, band will still continue to O:1..e! <3-alloz3.: 15 cet':1.ts.,

is met at the depot by a large floral decorations and so tastefully prominent citizens, was among F: GalloJ.--l.s eo te:
the visitors to Starke Friday.Mr. practice on Tuesday and Friday : CStl. .;.
;;" crowd of people who cheer the arranging them. 5i-7e.: .'
Lemuel! Sapp, a prominent nights as nsnal. .
: Tho Joseph Eckert received a citizen of th* Water Oak section was This is the best Oil sold in the City.Call .

l' Several people received letters telegram Sunday from Capt. E. S. in the city cm business Friday. Dr. VanElderen will deliver an
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''' ."'ii' from tho boys in Tampa Sunday. Matthews ordering*2p001oaves of Mr. S. J. King one of Thomaston, interesting talk on the subject of and examine niy stock of Gro-

H Judging from the letters the boys bread. Mr. ,Eckert kept the oven was Georgia's in the prominent city on business business Monday.men, Cuba in of the this Opera House furnish if the ceries. I guarantee prices as low as: ,

j are having a tough time of it. One hot ,all day Sunday baking the people city-will '
Mr. Martin Beckman who is working hall. The Doctor is any and solicit your trade. '
the a splendid : ",
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, of the letters said that they were bread for the boys::: lie shipped ..
j livjn ,on hard tack nnd beef.and 500 loaves Sunday nijjbt and the at Starbird's' mill aearLahe Butler talker and his lecture will! be in-
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