The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1898
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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 - 001917709
oclc - 35452854
notis - AJZ3258
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System ID: UF00086614:00059
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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PALATKAWEEKLYTIMES.AlJiTKA HERALD E.t.hll.hed EttablUhed IK69. 189.1 J Con*old.t d I.71, 1893 PA1 -/\ATtfA, FLA., MAY, 1898. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 7.--NO 5

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BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. Royal mates the food pan
The body of William Russet, who wholesome sad JcllclooA.

was drowded Thursday night, was Account of Regular Meeting of Strong Local Company Has Been

found Scaling in the river :Monday The Board;; May <|th. Organized in Palatka.A .
Paragraphs of Local and Per- morning in front of Adams' wharf, a
Board of Aldermen met Wednesdaynight number of our citizens met at the i
few feet from where he was supposed to
sonal Interest.Short May 4th, in regular session. court house lat Friday night for the i J UYAIrij'
have fallen in. The body, which was
Present, chairman Ken nerly,Aldermen purpose of forming a Home Guard
badly mutilated by crabs, was taken
Snappy Stories About Matters Stephens B. I. Gay, Howell, Points, militia company for the protection of
charge of Undertaker and
by Mooney
in Palatka and Putnam Coun- Stewart, Smith, Foster, Surge, Hodges : Palatka against the invasion of Spaniards -
I prepared for burial. A coroner's jury
Fowler. or other .
ty, for Busy Readers. I was empaneled by Justice nowlon, and
Minutes of prey Sous meeting read, D. Points was chosen president,
-- an inquest held the verdict of which
and on motion ordered that second and Joseph Price secretary and treasurer -

Major IVwfer hs returned from was that the deceased came to his clause on bonding ordinance be stricken I which constitutes the regular or. b KING
death accidental drownioz.
Orme +1. out of minutes of meeting of Ap ganization. The following shows the
The funeral took place at 3 o'clock
01'. V. IIiok, of SaUuma lights,was Monday afternoon from the Guards' ril 20th. officers and enlistment: POWDERAbsolutely .

In town Tuesday. Armory.The Following standing committee was H. Y. Snow, captain. Pure
appbinted to serve during the ensuingyear Geo. E. Gay, 1st lieutenant.
Major C. P. Lovell arrived la town untimely death of young Russell
: .\. S. Willard, 2nd lieutenant.F. .
military business. was a Mad indeed. lIe
Fnday evening on very one
Finance-L. C. Stephens, J. II.Mer- C. mall hard, 1st Sergent.Dr. .
came to town from his home across L IMVAt AIMPO*III:*co.,*.. VOW. I
Captain and Mrs. J. E. Lucas went ryday M.JW.: Stewart, A M Steen, surgeon.
the river of last
on Thursday
to SL Augustine Friday cght on a night Mreet-Wro. Ivers, R. C. Howell, Rev. W. E. II. Mabry. chaplaiu.
week and enlisted in the Gem City
brief visit. Philip Slerges. .1. D. Points, Jos. Pnce.John .
Guard. Friday his boat was found BRIEF PENCILI.NQS.H. .
returned Ordinance-J. II. Merrvday, Walter W. Ua an. J. X. Blackweil.
Mrs. Richard F. Adams drifting the nver and his hat was
relatives in Thomas, J. M. Hodges. J. M. lIod eI. R. U. Howell. F. Flinders of SaUuma in
Saturday from a visit to close by. The river was dragged, was .
Fire and Water-B. I. Gay, L. C. Silas Smith. C. f;. Rowton. town Thursday.
Georgia. and finally his body was found as above
Stephens, J. D. Points. Geo Weller. C. A. cLartv.J. .
Excursion to ::,t. Augustine next described. W. E. Bobbins went tn Macon Wednesday ti
Gas-M. W. Stewart, Walter Thomas G. Walton, Thos. Holden.
Wednesday. Hound trip 50 cents Installation Services. R. C. Howell. M. I. Coxe. T. T. Hay. night on a brief business tnp. ,

only.We The Kev. Thos. P. Hay will be Installed Police-J. D. Points, J. M. Hodges, C. I. Rowion. G, P. Yelverlon. Rer. Mr. Bell And T. B. Hiekeoloop-

regret to learn that C pt. It. J. as pastor of the Palatka Presbyterian '! Parker A. Smith. J. C. IIagan. S. J. Hilburn. er, of Francis, were in town Wednes.

Adams had a valuable mikh cow to die church next Sunday morning. A Sewer and Drainage-R. C. Howell, E. M. Albro. W. E. Wattles. day. ....v'

tast Friday night.J. committte appointed by the Presbyteryof Wm. Ivers, G. W. Fowler. W. F. Ambrose. E. W. Green. J. II. Yelveiton, and bride, of Key

Sanitary-Parker Smith, B. S. Gay F. E. Davis. W. C. Moore.F. .
Suwaaee for the will West
B. Howe, of Keuka, has been in purpose con- are spending several days with
the city this week, lo-king after his duct the installation service at the Henry Foster. C. Cochrane. Benj. C. Calhouu. the former's parents at Hastings.City .
Presbyterian church. Finance Committee reported on rebate P. M. Uagan.M. A. M. IIau hlon.
business interests.A .
Blerfc T. B. Anderson has
The Key. John G. Law, of Ocala, Mrs. Bennett's taxes for 1897. I J. Trueman. II. W. Vanyhan./ rece-

colored excursion left Monday will be the presiding officer. lIe will Report read and rebate granted as suggested Benj. E. Morgan. W. H. Wlgg. ived for the Fire Department one each

morning for White Springs, via the preach the sermon and propound to the by committee.The II. J. Pete.mann. IIenis Petermann.S. Callahan and Waldron shut-off noules.I .

G. S. & F. railway. minister and congregation the quest- matter of rebate on S. B. Hall's J. Kennerly. W. A. Walton. I The colored people had an excursion

Sheriff Davis of St. Johns county lions presented by the constitution of taxes, it was ordered by a vote of 6 to 3 John Boyle. G. W. Bassetl. : to Jacksonville Wednesday on the

was in the city last Thursday and Friday the church, which kefines their cove that the rebate be granted. E. C. Totman. Geo. 1'. Fowler.G. steamer Crescent. The crowd was

on official business. nant obligations! and promises. The Ordinance relative to selling beef W. Fowler. J. Martin.. fairly lante.Sanitarv .

Capt. John T. Gay and daughter, Kev. W. II. Dodge:; D. D., of Jacksonville and pork was placed upon its first read II. W. Avery. E. W. Clarke. Inspector Davfr is now on

Miss Mamie, have cone to New York will deliver a charge to the pastor ing. II. M. Moody. Robt. Barnes. his regular rounds of duty, and Pa- .'

to spend the summer. and the Rev. E. W. Way, of Communication from Dr. G. E. A. E. Wattles. atkn people had best! clean up their
Welch relative to compulsory vacina The list Is at F. C. Blanchard'a office -
Gainesville will give a charge to thecongregation premises at once.
Putnam county is only required to .
them tion was read and action on the matter and those woo have not already .
furnish thirteen voluteers at presentfor i topersever do Miss Hattie King, of Gloversville,
I ance in the discharge of their was indefinitely postponed.A signed can M> at any time. The
the war with Spain. reciprocal X. Y is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.
I duties. Ruling elder, J. D. Mathe. communication was read from Pa- meeting adjourned at meet at courthouse I

About 160 carloads of lumber in the son, of Gainesville, Is a member of the latka Water Works. Ordered received Tuesday evening May 3rd to J. Hohnger, at their beautiful home

Georgia Southern: & Florida railway committee and will be present. and filed. further perfect organisation. I on First street.

yards await shipment north by srhoon- Communication relative to the mat The Home Guards met Tuesday Mrs. W. D. Ewing whe has been

er. Death of Mrs. E. Thomas. ter of repairs to central fire station was evening, a, per adjournment, and it sojourning at Deland the past: few

Don'tforgettne Red Men's excursion: I Mrs. E. E. Thomas, wife of N. II.homa on motion referred to Fire and Water was shown that the increase since the mouths, 1 is now vi.tliu; Dr. McGreg-

to St. Auf uttiee next Wednesday, May : <-, passed peacefully away Tuesday Committee, with instructions to obtain last meeting was stxtry-rwo members. or's family on the Heights.

11th. Remember the fare for the morning at 10 o'clock, after a brief specifications' as to the cost of the The company will assemble at the TIlE TlMls-HtBAL had a pl ..aui C.I".

round trip will be only 50 cents. illness, in the Gist year ol her age. work requited.On Guard Armory on next Monday even. Wednesday from J. II. Mailetie, one of
The deceased leaves husband motion the matter of appointing ing at 7:30 o'ciock for instructions in
a two from Etonian, who
The scboooer J. S. Hokin arrivedin our constituent ,
sons.Walter and Oscar and street superintendent was postponed in field movements and manual of
one daughter .
port Friday and took on a cargo of called to renew his subscription.We
Mrs. G. C. Johnson. until next rueetinsr. arm.
1,500,000 shingles at Tilthman's mills. tochrvnicle the serious illness
The matter of sprinkling Lemon regret
The funeral held from the residence
was '
The shingles are tor Baltimore parties. Wednesday morning at 9:30 street was referred to Street Committee. Another Volunteer Company. I of Rev. X. J. Titithnian at his

The ladles of the First Baptist o'clock. Private advices from theOcklawaba: .i home in the Wt s Eod, and we earnestly -

church gave an ice cream Social Tuesday Ep.v. R. X. Avery. of the St. Marks Bonds of officers recently elected by The following military company has hope for his speedy reonvey.

the court house lawn the Board ef Fire Commissioners been organized at Grahamville and
evening on Episcopal church, conducted the ser- were The King's Daughters had a supper
which well attended and lIberal.' read and have tenderea their services at volun.
was y vice in a very impressive manner. approved.A it the residence of Mrs. M. F. Benne't

patronized.Last A host of friends of the deceased communication from ?ire Committee teen to the Government to gu to the yesterday afternoon which was an

Sunday's Times-Union and Citizen was read and referred to Fire and front:
were present to pay their last tributes event of much pleasure to partici-
.m says: "Mrs. M. E. Boyd, of Pa- and followed the remains to West Water Committee.A William Holly. Drew Holly. pants.

latka, who has been here for the past View cemetery where the intermenttook verbal petition was submitted by James Luffman C. T. Smith.

two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. place. Alderman Stewart, as one of the stewards !! Thomas Barber. Joseph Goolsby. Capt. Cone's new steamer Bessie

J.N. Wilkie, will return home Tues The pall bearers were: RobU Banes, cf the M.E.Church South, requesting George Goolsby. Gove Goolsby. will take on her boiler and wheel at

day." permission to have a shingle roof Nicholas Coon/. Oliver Edwards. Boyd's shipyard, and is intended to
J. X. Walton, Geo. L. Fox, L. C. M. the
of the Alice on
Wilson. James Hicks. take the place
An ice cream and strawberry festival Stephens, W. P. Anderson and Geo. E. on the building, which request was on

was held at Peoielon Thursday nightof Gay. Undertaker Gerber had chargeof motion granted.The Robert Four. William Four. Plcolata run.

the fnneral arrangements. matter of selling city lots to Mr. Paul Tour. Joseph Four. Miss Mae Conway, prominent young
last week for the benefit of the road
fund. Quite a number of Pa'atkans N orton referred to Finance Commit- Jackson Four. William 'Ve t. lady of Jacksonville Is visiting: Mm E.

Consul Triay Arrives. mittee, that committee to confer with William Hinton. Robert Fort. C. Jackson, Third street. Miss Conway -
attended and report the fair as being a
great success. L. C. Canova received a telegramthis Mr. Morton and report at next meetingof Phillip Fort. Emauuel Fort. was formerly a resident of Palatka -

week from A. T. Tnay, slating Board. Motion earned. James Richards. J. Culbert. and has many friend here who are

The case of Henry Austin and Eugene that himself and family had just arrived The regular monthly reports of the William Culbert. J. W. Husband. always glad to see her.

Finley, colored, charged with at Philadelphia. Mr. Triay was various city officers were read and on i James Bran. Edward CordreT.i THE TIMES-HEUALD takes pleasurein

criminal assault, came up for examination United Stales consul at Baracoa, and motion filed.Regular ,i Jessie Stevens. Marshall Duddly. calling the attention of its many
before Justiee Cox. Finley Charles Mason. Henry Mason.
wasdischarged at the outbreaking of hostilities between monthly bills were read, approved readers in the county to the profession
and Austin held to await McDonald. Shug Sewell.F. .
this country and Spain, was ordered and Clerk was instructed to Wyeth al card of II. W. Avery which apoears
of jury, without bood. O. Kelley. John C. Hall.
action grand
home, together with the other draw warrants for same. In another column today. Mr. Avery i1*

The County Commissioners, alto the consuls. Chiet of Police requested that the Dr. Russell. Dillion Graham. now at home in his new office and a

Bord of Public Instruction met in Board empower the Collector to cancel Thomas Graham. T. W. Randall. prepared to practice in both State and

their molar monthly session Tuesday. Election of Officers. al) paid taxes for 1805. Jack Randall. Eddie Holly. Federal courts.

The proceedings of both meetings will The Woman Fortnightly Club held On motion it was ordered that Pa Edger X. Webb.

be duly published 10 THE TUCJUER: its annual meeting Saturday afternoonat latka Water Works be requested to put Edger X. Webb will in all probabilitybe I The New Cooperage Concern.

ALb, Putnam County's leading paper. the library, and the fol'owin(08ken pressure guage in the Council Cham the enrolling officer, and everythinggoes ', T. A. Lynch, manager of the Mont
to show that Dr. Russell will be
were elected for the ensuing:; year: ber. gomery Cooperage and Hardwood Co..
Sundays Tieaw-Unioo and Citizen of the Regiment.U. i
appointed Surgeon
President-Miss Madge D. Ice. Adjourned. iI mention of which was made in these
says: "Mrs. J. II. Stephens: came I
J. H. last week is In town making
Y -Prt'-Mrs. Haughton.Sec columns
K. of P. Election.
from Palatka last week, aceoeapan- I
and Treas Irs.h. F. Adams. : JOHNSON'S preparations to put the plant in opera
led her step-daughter, Mrs. G.
'' The following officers were elected
until the first
The dub
Carver oa Friday to Madison, where Saturday in October. CHILL AND by Palatka Division Xo. 4, Uniform tion.The old warehouse on the nyer front

they will visit relatives for a short K. of 1). last week to
a meeting which was formerly used by the Florida
time." Davis & Hllburn. FEVER TONIC serve the ensuing term:
Southern Railway as a freight depot

'''''Pr-'dfl1t Wm. Cbtcfcly Shaw As was annouced In these columns Cures FeverIn W. S. Burdlttecaptain. has been secured by the company. A

and Geeenl Pawenfer d gent G. A. recently, the above named law firm has One Day. B. W. Huff, 1st lieutenant.C. $!de track will be run from the mainline

'Macdonald, .f Ute G. S. &. F. railway, recently been formed. Both :gentlemen: J. Bohnger, herald. to the building; the wharf put In

petu Friday in the city. We acknowledge -. comprising the firm are well and favor- Death of an Infant. U. C. A ma son, recorder. first class order, etc., and the industry,

a ptaaMtnt call from Mr MacDonald able known to our readers throughoutthe e W. Stewart treasurer. will he started at once.CL113TOItI.

who Informed us that bit road county an1 their success is assur- We regret to chronicle the death of number of the membars of the

bad been asce e of activity for several | ed. i the infant daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. 1.\1 wit! attend 1 the meeting of .

days several tnd loads of troops having Attention i ill called tn'heir card 1 Sam B. Leggett. which occurred SGOI grand lodge whch meets in Jaek- 'n.tae- h"

been hauled over the road bond j which appears in another column. I day night of whooping eoagh. The next month ':pa U11I 1 tm1

for Tamp I I|I child was four months old. slit I It /





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What is Going on in Washington : .


City. [ OAK GKOVE May 2.-It seems that 9I'

the political ball has begun slowly to

ABriefResume of Con- through the winter? If s ::: revolve and [of] course it will gather

are sure it quieted your cc .': I. force as it continues to roll. We notice -

gressional Doings. healed the rawness In >. r several announcements in THE d

throat, increased your ". .< ;. TIMES-HEIULD for the various county

more color any ::,;it .,.'r.t things in the house to clean. Most
gave you officers but so far have noticed none t
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 2.Thewar .- c("'r ,.,r\ things u keep clean. Most unpleasantt
feel better in .
you every \ \ for the Senate and House of Kepresen 1": \\'ht'n n.> cleaned. Are made clean and kept clean

is going to get started in good earnest But perhaps your coug;I. *,-'< tatiyes. As is well known, we have e-.JV. \\tll Uiat enemy of oil and I grease aDd dirtWashing : #

during the next few days, probablythis come back again or a:f. 1,, ;
you 'j'.I' been ably represented for some time by .
week, by the landing a portion of ting a little thin and pale.
lIon. Jonn P. Wall but the best burden 1-J
the regular army in Cuba. The capturing Then, why not continue ;':( G _-
bearers will tire of the same weary OLDSr
of prizes, and the silencing of a few same helpful remedy ..
load [applied continuously, so we tae p Powder ". ':'..,.f
Spanish batteries in Cuba by the well through the summer? It v < u '
great pleasure in saying to the people r,.. \t'
t .
directed fire from our warships was you as much good as wht.. l.-:. i
of Putnam oountlet's send him higher l. pal !-irreatest economy. i\ ;
merely a little prelude, just to give the weather is cold. K. FAIIIU4XK COMPANY, 0101;'.,: ....
next time let's still place our lawmaking ... '
I N York &-
dons an idea of the marksmanship of Its persistent use will cen' y :
Uncle Sam's gunners. .The full program give you a better appetite .. burden on him bUt shift It a "" ?'''' n II .........--. i (J',; r I
little and him chance to do us
give a
is likely to be delayed until some stronger digestion. .-7,

of the Spanish warships can be foundto It will cure your /' .; (. more good, if possible, in the future

weak throat and heal : .{ than he has iu the past. We would
act then look out for
as targets; \
your inflamed lungs.It : :. like to hear from all parts of the countyon
trouble. "
will cure every case ( this important subject. If we, the
The organization of the volunteer
of consumption, when I t I' people. do not speak out and say who
army is being pushed as rapidly as possible
a cure is possible. v-> we want in our offices, we win have
in order that the men may be Don't be
persuaded men forced upon us that we do net

gotten into camps of Instruction and to take something they say is :j-s: : want, and the result will be that our
seasoned for in the field.
a campaign
as good.
inteiests and party policy wilt be be-
Some of its officers have already been AH Drogtrists,v>c. and $t. '
SCOTT & BUWKE,Chemist. N. \'. trayed.On .
selected, and the remainder will be an.
last Wednesday three o'clock
nounced in a few days. It is definite
m. quite a number of guests were
ly settled that the command" the country to prepare for war, or of a
gathered at the residence of Mr. and
first section of the army of Cuban invasion declaration of war, Darty Hues were obliterated -
Mrs. Baldwin witness the marriageof
will be given to Brigadier-Gen but as soon as it became necessary their only daughter Miss Effieto Mr. ( A1 i ir

eral Scafter. of the regular army, who for Congress to provide the
W. P. lilies, Rev. A. M. King of
has been selected for one of the volun- money to fight the war, party lines
Gainesville officiating. The bridal
teer Major Generals. were again very much in evidence.
entered the neat and tastefully
The democrats of the House with eight party
Congress will probably at once pass
decorated parlor as follows: Mr. L. B.
the bill authorizing the enlistment of exceptions, and all populists, voted 4
Riles and Miss [Sallie Butler, attendants a'V t !j 1tit.it
about 13,000 wen for immediate servicein against the war revenue bill because it
Mr. Junius Riles and Miss Alice
Cuba, who have bad the yellow provided for the issue of bonds but as
followed by the bnde and
fever, it having been stated to the all the republicans,except two and six beautiful
The ceremony was
President that It would be an easy mat democrats voted for the bill, it passed groom.
and impressive the lady attendants -
ter to secure such men in the extreme by a vote of 161 to 131. The bill was
were attractively attired in tim-
south. These enlistments will be in taken up by the Senate this week. The

by addition the President.to the 125.000 first called for republicans have announced and a majority their intention of democrats to ple was; white charmingly, and the attired lovely in young cream bnde with Safety Comfort Quick Time Low Rates.

while trimmings. Many appropriate
Every day the President is compelled vote with the republicans to make the Finest Cnlln and Servle. No Transfer Between JacksonvIU New Tor

Jo decline offers of regiments of men, passage of the bill a certainty, but the congratulations were bestowed on the The Fleet is composed ot the following IJ&.n .ome New Steel Bteamers:
noble The bride and
couple. groomare
because be has DO authority to accept discussion may be savage and partisan fayorably and extensively known COMANCHE (new), ALGONQUIN, IROQUOIS, CHEROKEE. SEMINOL

the States having chose to furnish their in its nature. Some of the silver: men
this vicinity as of NORTH-BOUXD.
throughout persons
quota of volunteers from their national have the idea that there is a trick in
character. May they Steamers are appointed to sail according to tie tide
guard, and in every case having protested the bond authorization, because it is unimpeachable From JACKSONVILLE. FLA.calnng at Charleston) Bandars.Tuesdays all Thursdays
administration ever have a flower strewn path- From CHARLESTON,8.C.. Mondays.'ho&nesdays sod Fridays.
because their quota was not large so large-$GOO.OOO.OOO-but the For hour of sailing,see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.M .

enough. Pennsylvania sent word thatit men declare their only :. way. O IT Til-II O IT*D.F .
meets at
literary society
A debating
would gladly have furnished the entire object is to make sure that the government Stsamrrs are appointed ta sail from Pier 29, East River New York at 3 p.m.. as follows.
I Oak Jroye regularly which proves CI1A RLKSTi aN. H.C.. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays
12.>.000. Should there be a second shall not at any time be hamperen For JACK VILLE.FLA.. (calling at Charleston) Mondays Wednesdays an I Fridays
all who attend.
call which at this time looks very in its conduct of war, and that all of quite interesting to

doubtful, some of the regiments which the bonds authorized will not be issued Mr. Archie Priest of Waldo, spent I Clyde New England and Soiihsm Lines--Frcluli* Only I
Saturday night last with relatives here.
have been offered will be given a nnless the money shall be needed. Caning Charleston S.C.,both ways)
T. I. M.
chance for service. War Department officials do not like "TEA-DEIIN DEL.l11'AILE and GI:O. CLYDE.

In addition to the share of the $)0,- the manner in which military news has It in a well-established fact that catarrh From Foot of Hogan Street,JacksonrllleihURSDAVS. From Lewis' N ..... Baton.

000,000 recently appropriated by Congress leaked from the department and movements is a blood disease, medical men FIUDAY.

alloted to the War ,.Department, been published about as soon as
generally prescribing Ayer'sSaraaparilla
are quite
Secretary Alger has been compelled to they bad been determined upon. So a for the most loathsomeand CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER INE.DE .

ask Congress to appropriate more than new rule absolutely prohibiting information ( BARY LINE.)

( .OOOOOO to meet war expenses of being given by any official, has donfierons complaint Where For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford EnterpriseAnd

that department during the two mouths been adopted, and prying eyes are to this treatment is perseveringly followed -

remaining the present fiscal year. be kept at a distance by denying news- a thorough cure Is invariably the Intermediate Points on the St I ihns

The money will be promptly voted. It paper men and other outsiders to any result. The Elegant Sidewbeel Stean.er

appears that Representative Dinjley of the offices of the department. City of Jacksonville,

was speaking by the card when he laid -.-.- CAPT. W. A. SHAW
Ar Y.. >Vak'
the other day that the war expenditureshad
Weakness. manifests itself in the Iou of Is appointed to sail as fottowt.Leares .

exceeded (25,000,000 a month ambition and aching bones. The blood is Bab Jacksonnlle...............................SwBdayf,Tuesdays aid Thursdays at 3:ao m.

since March 1, and would go much watery; the tissues are wasting1 the door is .. Leaves Sanford.taming-............................00 a.m. Mondays Wednesdays u4 Frttay p. ..,
(disease.. A bottle of Browns'Ironitittera
higher shortly. : taken in time will restore your Comiiit
The long lists of nominations to civil strength, soothe :your nerves, make your SOS Down.BOUND SCHEDULE NURead D

the Senate by the Fresient blood rich and red. Do yon more good ..- UI.e e
officer sent than expensive special course of medicio. means pain danger and A ..v e.espMm. ::: :: ::::::::::::.:::':.. arlaik ::::::::::::::: .:::::: :::: tee aeoa.m a..a
furnish evidence enougbt that every Browns'Iron Bitten u sold by all dealers. 3.Oe a.m. Astor .
possible death for some : ::::::::::::::: ::::::: :::' 2.90a m
body has not got the war fever, and wives. For others it 435 : .St. Frauds :::::::::::: :.:: :::::::: 1.00

other eyidence is found in the civil departments Why allow yourself to be slowly tor- means practically no p W Ant,. a.OO L m:.::::::::::;::::::::.:::::::::.=: ..:::::::::::::::: :::.:::::::. .. 11.00 9.00as.pe

of the government, where tured at the stake by disease? Chills discomfort is no reason why alL There child. ,. '.%5 eo .... ................... ...Esterprlae....... .,......-.:...:...-.::.:....:._ 930 a m

patents and pensions are issued with and Fever will undermine, and event- birth should be a period General Passenger and llcket Ofn e. 2O4 W. Bay Street, "aeknllle. t .la.w. .

the usual regularity and other businessis ually break down the strongest constitution of pain and dread. Sev. It f-s \VARBURTOX.. E. r. A.. I r. >I.IRONMONGER.JK., Ila.PaM.Art.
oral months before linimentwoman ft Bowling Green New T rk I 304 Went Bay $Jacksonville,
attended to just as usual, and will "FEBRl CURl (Sweet Chill Tonic becomes a to be \V. H. HESDERSO*. K: J-. A.. I JOBS. HOWARD, AetltK SIIp'-

a applied ft Bowline Green. Kew York Foot liogtn tiLt JaeksonTllle.
continue to be. The fact of the matter with Iron) is more effective than mother she should ex.

is that this country is too big i to allow Quinine, and being combined with prepare critical herself ordeal.for It ternally.It relaxes. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

its ordinary business to, become iron is excellent Tonic and Nerve Med There is a .. the m u s-
preparation 12 So. Dtiswar AT* P.Uadelp" H Kowllcf Green !re'. 'ark
disarranged by a tittle thing like a war icine. It is pleasant to take. and is made which is des and relieves

with Spain. A few men will fight, old under positive srarantee to cure or intended for this distension the

fewer will fame and glory, but refunded. Accept no substitute purpose alone. I ".,r-tJor.or e'r.itra. Mt
gain money The of I1Tesebstlca.
name I Prof.W.E.Pwke. who tN.arr. HINDIPO
about seventy millions of us will go The "just as good" kind don't effect this"WJ1dfrlul ty to every makes a wIthout I ,,
concerned ; Epilepsy has | RESTORES VITALITY
iaBBT organ
tight:: along attending to our every day cures. preparation isM Fet I doubt treated and cur. \ 'rrJ'
S ed more cases than any W. :;- -
affairs with little shouting on the
a childbirth
i and living Physician; his
side The more careful a roan is in baying, .. S takes away:1: success is astonishing. 1 Made. a
a* news of victories come ID. I \V. have heard of
The wiping of out political lines in I the more skeptical be h in selecting his FlU-wi danger.. vdllJUr.-'i'ar I Iin
OoajreM wa not permanent. When : pants the better we like it. He wil. ,:!'. 1 best res: ;., him. He by THE J:.:. or Me.

publishesavaluable GREAT _
wa only a question of voting money I then more fully appreciate the BUCK- follow if i ircr
;>dy is u" ': REM I Y produces the above snit
work OQ'thl.
already the Treasury to enable the ShiN BREECHES. He'll s*. at a during the whu:.' I Cllrcd dls. ,.. c,:r; ttfrmu Dflnht ai'Jm oifnfy,
ease.whtch V'tricocrle. fj.t / .i1M.a7. St"| s "rata. aDd
glance how carefully they are made. period of piecnancv. ;- I be sendswith losses caused b> t n of vxuh. It wards off la.
It ia the a sanity and Consutri-uon. Yowig Men regain Alan
When be puts hi-* h. ads in the pocket only remedy of lie I' large oottt hood and O.d M-1I recover Youthful \'Igor. It
ConstipationCauvs kind in the world of his absolute care, free to any sufferers gives vigor and. S ze to shmnkeo organs,tad 6ts
send theT P. and Express addressWe a man lor bu& =>sr marriage. Easlr carried in
I he'll find a printed guarantee which that is endorsed by j jphysiciane. advi mar tviah.i a cure to address I the vest pocket I'r:. e rn PTQ 6 Soles li.5o
Jul!) half the sickness In the world. Itretains I &_4 rr.&L. iiZ.er.Tt ;aC eaat..JewTurk by mail, ill pain .!lk. 3U U I O. are.' wnJjwrbten
Uw digested loud too. long In the bowelsand I says; "If no' .* represented your -- -- -- guaiacte DR. JEAN 0'HAhRi. hits
c $1 bottle at aD ---
produces bUiousues, torpid liver imli- monev back. They couldn't be mo**- ACKEB1IAN & STEWART.
I drug stares. or cent l.ADIES". yt -' ', -'.
be lea." ( f br mail ----
they'll never ; oc receipt -
cf price.Fxn. ,C 133. FELIX U DRUM'S .tlK PJTnLr'i:
Hc' ds Boors a IE 8RUN 5 This remedy being I.".
m E. O EARV & r nwili sell TOM a e! tainfinvali aide con in- I ] Steel Pennyroyal PL: ..-.. _Jete directly to tbeG

Tare l mad of Dry nine, .1ph or Oak: ., lor-L..tlonferIr ren, I'J"f .a PHEKCH...* the original rte and nl'iibie and rnnt ". :>- eat of the of Gealti-i(hoe 4) diM; U". )_

gestion, bad::: .': ',' ... Wood to any p..t of the city for 1. aA1\ '." .01 lr sett f0 :1.v .J. ".. t-i e_rIttot. Pric*. $l.()i. '". ci Organ. reqnlreH MO
tongue, *a ; ... Itlil.. Oea.iae sold change of
IKHood' Is I < .V: :';'C :'; c:1UvJ 10 GlIb b; diet. CareKaraateed
IOIQI11a. ete. r.u* .1 When lou need 1Ho.l cii up 'Pnoae a I ,. la 1 to 3
core constipation and an asesaltLeasilyandibawnushiyY \11\ ,k. (:....;1 Lelatar Cc, i ACKERMAN t STEWART plate uk.

, sse. Alt druggists. WANT AN EDUCAIONa.e' ? Stites C:. I CURE e. br naU. 511.00ACRERMAN
\'- >.**.kMM or." to 1'0 U ..,rbnol 1 Palalka, Florida. ld oaJy hy
prepared by C L Hood & 0\.. unwell. Mass. Why....tak.i..or ar.-J.I' L ilt-- I
Tb only FlUs to takeU h Hoofs Samparilla .: & STEART.
ei..r.K.etod..fihAtrvr.e e.
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WONDERS OF SCiENCE.Lun .TOBACCO' NOTES.._ -_ JLIUt'KlTAttD SPRIMI There js no mson-why oar _people, /. .

i I should go abroad for the fruit It

Interesting: Items from Here and Brings Blood Diseases, Serious Ieranjremtnts should be grown under our own Sag
; Troubles and Consumption(
There Relating to the Weed. and Chronic for it can be.
Can be Cured

Among the tobacco grower at Melrose Catarrh. A Good Report.

are S. K. Gerkms John W. Me- Never ,was there a greater demandfor
n Cmnieat new tack Cwemfct and Sctatht Makesa Fla. S5. C*
Free Offer to Oil' (Readers Alhkter, L. Price and Wm. Coper. spring medicines-something to A. April as

cleans the blood, strenghten the W. Savage, of this pUce is among
The distinguished' New York chemist On one farm near town there are those who are praising Hood's Sarsaparilla -
T A. SJoeoin demonstrated life dU nerves or regulate the digestion. Is (
900,000 Sue young wed bed tobacco for the great benefit they y
reliable absolute care there medicine so good for these
of a and any
plants ready for setting.h'iselwmeeValley. have received from its use. Ills healthwas
:or Consumption (Pulmonary Tabereu- purposes Pe-ru-na? Thousands of =:-
very poor, owing to impure and
all bronchial throat lung dectors. druggists and tens of thousands
:'sets and debiliUd condition of the blood but

:md chart diseases stubborn>> coughs, The increased area planted in tobacco of people of all classes and vocations after the use of a few bottles of Hood's Xxvre is the sun of

atarrhal arTeetiont, general .leeline this spring would indicate that Or- have long ago decided this question he relieved and woman's lift Its A
Sareaparilla was coon
and weakneee, toes of flesh and all lando may vet become the center of -that l'e.ru.na has no equal in Duuden'a dawning tender is the
felt entirely well. He says he is glad to i t tens }
conditions of wanting away, will sendTHREE the tobacco growing industry in South these aestimentitbright III
cas e s. make this report, in order tbat others into the
FREE BOWLES (all differ- Florida. Orlando Star. steady
Poor shrunken
which affection of the
may be led to try the medicine, contented \
cut of hie New Discoveries to any dyspeptics b e'illr wife and
) c
A. B. Hart the has done much for him.
Capt. tobacco king so
reaches itt
afflicted reader of THK TiMKsIlKBALD come strong vigorous glorious noontide in the bappy
Scientific of Columbia county, has planted over and hearty mother. Happy motherhood it a tine wo-
writing for them. 11(8( "New man's loftiest ambition. Her highest pride
Treatment11 ha cored thousands per- three bundled acre of tobacco this after a few bottles is in her fitness to fulfill this grand and

season from which be to 4 of it. Peo Johnson'sChill sacred destiny. Nothing so clouds and
Its timely use, and he expects reap
manently by ple who are darkens her existence as to be mcapaci.
ootiders it a simple professional dutyto over 200, pounds of the very beat qualIty blotched, pimpled tiled for this noblest of womanly faoctioa

suffering! humanity tn A woman who suffers from any ailment of

his infallible cure. Ja 1190; the total amount of duties re- / and sluggishnever the delicate special organism of her sex,
develops new wonders fail to find feel something more than pain and physi
Science dally ceived on tobacco in the United Kingdom ( a course of Pe- FeverTonic cal wretcbedne She is mortified with a
and this great chemist, patiently exptri.meutiog sense of womanly incompleteness.But .
of Great Britain
and Ireland
was ru-na to clear the skin the
for has produced results na woman need remain under this
years be 698,214. In 1S07 it was 11,018,043. system and enrich the blood. Chronic cloud of misery and dissatisfaction.. DrPierce'
humanity as can
as beneficial to 's Favorite Prescription positivelycures
claimed by any modern genius. His The Central Curing and Packing Co. catarrh in all phases and stages, cases an diseased conditions and weaknesses

and consumption sold that have defied the best of treatment and restores complete health and
assertion tbat lung troubles 000 pounds of tobacco this after- : strength to the feminine organs. .

are curable In any climate is noon to a local cigar manufacturer at for many years, take a few bottles of I Cures FeverIn It is the only medicine of its kind devised

of gratitude Pc-ru.na to their entire Nervousness for this one purpose by an educated and experienced
proven by "heartfelt letters 1.25 per pound. The tobacco was relief. physician, and eminent specialistin

," filed In his American and European crown near Dade City and is of a very I debility, weakness, of both One Day. this particular field of practice.It .
thousands from'hose I is the only medicine which can be relied
in ilbspondency
laboratories sexes sleeplessness irritability
floe ,
siade-Tampa Times. upon to make the ordeal of motherhood

cured in all parts of the world. hypochondria, all these disappear absolutely safe and almost painless.
concede that bron. Messrs. Schroxler & Son tobacco ----- "I cannot MT too much for Dr Pierce' F rorMe .
Mt. leal experts when Pe-ru-na is used according .
< "
Prescription writes Mis Clara Baird, of
Financial Worth
Facts Remembering
pleted shading three hundred of If foreign Governments can determine duty to My to all women who may be under
which, uninterrupted, acres ins from
disease of
Consumption One of the most instructive books on any the womb that it is the
and certain deth. land in Gadsden county for the purposeof what kind of money the peopleof bent medicine on earth for them to use I cannot
means speedy chronic catarrh ever furnished free is praise it too highly for the rood it did me. If

Simply write U T. A. Slocum. M. C., raising a superior grade of tobaccoto being sent by the Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing the United States hall have the any one...doubt thi lift them my name andader.

03 Plow street New York, giving; DOt-t- that raised on open land. The pro- clause in our Federal constitution that Dr. Pierce'i Pleasant Pellets regulate the
offiea and express address and the free Company Columbus, Ohio. stomach, liver and bowels. Of all medicine
Sufferers cess Is expensive and tedious. Telegraph confers upon Congress the power "to
medicine will be promptly sent. This! book is very instructively illus- dealers.
should take instant advantageof wire is stretched across a field 3| coin money and regulate the value
trated with expensive drawings, and
his generous proposition. feet apart and 7 feet from the ground; thereof is obsolete. It is a deceptive
Doctor tbat YOU saw wi'.l: be sent free to address.Johnson's .
Please tell the then laths are laid upon them the distance any : and meaningless phrase. When the payable in coin. This accusation *at
his offer in
of one lath from each other; then I Republican party in its national plat- vehemently denounced as a campaign

a smaller wire is run on top and fasten. Chill and Fever form declared in favor of bimetahsm, falsehood.
-- -- ed round each lath. Tonic is a ONE-DAY upon the condition that other sovereign John Sherman declared that a bond-
--- --
--- XOTICE. states would consent, and that without holder who demanded a better money
ADMINISTRATOR'S Impure hlood makes its felt
presence Cure. It cures the most that consent the United States would for his bond tban he bad paid for it
when the
days grow warm. It produces -
SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE and!: I vomn hens MAdministrator latitude, dizziness fool breath and stubborn case of Fever In maintain the single gold standard it was aa extortioner and a repadiator.
my final account Thaddeus Stevens the

of the Estate of Charles Corning disinclination for work. Prickly Afh in plain and express terms conceded Boanerges of
derafted.to tbe County J mice of Ititnam Connry. 24 Hours.The the Republican party said in his
Florida,and auk to be Uncharged from the Bitters is a fine spring remedy. A that so far as money is concerned, its placeIn

further administration of said E.8.CRILL.Administrator.e tate. blood purifier and system clanser. creation and regulation do not exist In the House of Representatives that if

Sold by Ackerman & Stewart. Fig of South Florida. the American Congress. President the Republican party proposed coin

lOb M *S8- p. "he
Cenj. Labe & Sons, of Philadelphia McKinley at the mill onaires' diiuer declared currency
About .12,000,000 pounds of figs are would vote for Frank Blair for Vice
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE have recently purchased COO bales of hnguage In which a
I into this
imported county every year I'reeident! if a meaner
man was on the
to made
Gadsden county tobacco. While the promise pay money was was
WILL PRESENT and sold at from 9 to 28 cents a pounds. .
SIX MONTHS AFTERDATE I rcket for President than Horatio
made merely a and thai Sey
final aoooanu and vouchers aa adminltratrU *- price is withheld it is said to be satis chmrahty it
tujr after -
.f tM mate of Wm.Speck.deceased, totbeCouMf 1'hIS"ast importation goes on year meant that wbeu the dry of its maturity mour." lIe declared that the change
Judge of Putnam County. Florida, factory. Among the parties selling year, notwithstanding;: the fact that would add
$000,000,000 of'd"bt
from the further ad- arrived the beet kuown to an
and ask to be dncfcarg I were Ouin;; er & McFarhn 255 bales money to
niinictrattoa of nWI..u.te.MARY ; there are a great many million acres of alreauy overtaxed people. Grant
JOSEPHINE SPECK. the commercial wood mint bo forth wa
John Shaf
112 bales J. T. Howard. SO
j a J8-4 m Atfntlafetmrix. bales and Chi Durage; ,20 bales.-Quincy idle fig land in the United States.!! Upon coming. If ibis u the true doctrine it elected, and the Bret t>i.l h. apim/vei!

NOTICE FOR I'UHLICATIOV New Era. the culture of this staple fruit, was an act of extreme folly to provkie wa denominated "An act to Birromhn -

growers could make a handsome profit. the weight and fineness of the coin In the public credit," which pruv.'!<><{

How to Look Good. Assuming the average price paid for wbict foverameut bonds should be thai all the bonds of fie Uotercunent
Maj LUSH f Good looks are really more than skin this fruit to be 10 cents per pound SI- paid at tbeir maturity and insert the should be paid iu com. Poor Stevens

VTOTICE IS HOE8GlV THAT THE deep, depending entirely on a healthy 200,000 at lest is annually paid to exporters was raved the mortification of
1\ following name*settler has Us settee of provision in every bond. It u not the secioll
)n' iMsnttoiiTosaste teal prwf lee ppeet of condition of all the vital organs. If for foreign fruit that should be his surrender the '
party to
material of which a dollar made mouey
his Clerk Circuit. Court, Palatka. Florida. .. the liver is inactive you have a bilious paid to the fruit growers of our own which M the measuring unit but the lIe died a few d.u alter making

.IIIIM' 18.A.1M.Itsroa Tic.harafa widow. of L. Inter Fiem. look, if your stomach Is disordered country. It is an item worth saving. : dollar without reference to the mater the speech from which we have

deceaMd.of Ba.....,tIe, Pta. IM. W&, for fire you have a dytpep Ie look, if your kld- The major portion of the fig importation I .
8. EX/.Section It Tp.8 8.R.96 E. al. The dollar may be made of any quoted.An
He names the following ......... to prom hfoUa ne i s are affected, you have a pinched is from Turkey. It is: certainlyfar incident fs recorded
< ..ni re MM>ee foa sad evfcivatioM *fUareom material which Congress may select.< which
l'&icl1aBd.ria: Irak Secure good health, and you will better to pay this money to the Who cares what a yard stick H male occurred that will be interming. An
)lUlu. BftMcrrltte,Fla.John surely have good looks. Electric Bitten I
.. American farmers than the Turk. Fig
afinoes. .". of, if it is three feet long? It is the English manufacturer of great wealthwas
oiamtm leewsWade ".. .. is a good alterative and tonic ; acts will grow in Southern California but of making a tour in this country at
HiM prerogative every independent sovereignty -
directly on the stomach liver nnd kidneys
\.IODL'iSO. for the industry there i is
some reason the time of the of the
to make its own measure ot passage act to
purifies the I
may alit Register. blood curespiinplea,
blotches and boils and gives a growl not a success. The California fruit u value, and It is the right and duty of strengthen the public credit. He expressed -

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. complexion. Every bottle not always edible. The best authority debtor and creditor to be governed great surprise. He said:

guu&ntt"ed.I.Sold states that the Smyrna fig: rarelv produces
at the drug store of accordingly.It "During your great war I purchased
TTSDER AND BT VIRTUE OK A DECREE I edible fruit in that State, but in $100,000 of bonds. They .
U or FomGdXMtCBE and sal.rendered in the Stewart, W a per bottle. Is a humiliation and a disgrace to your me
Clrcnit Court of the Firth Judicial Circuit of __ lorida it does produce not only edible I allow creditors to demand or require $00,000 in coin. I had no doubt that
the Stats of Florida,In and for Putnam County, fruit but In Florida
by tbellon. W. A.Mocker, Judge of said Court, take Johnson's a profitable crop. I debtors to pay, in money better than your currency would be as good when
dated the 16th day of April. A. 11.Ifttt.whereinthe Why the fig bears twice a year the early the bonds were due as when I
Putnam National' Hank or Talatka. Florida, the lawful money of the country where pur-

t LoomU.*complainant Charles, and W. IXMNUI George and W.J a.Loomis...J McCabe, r. W, Chill & Fever Tonic? crop being the larger and, I think, the the debt is payable. If all the com chaed, and I was willing to run that

are defendant, 1 will sell at pnbho auction the better fruit. There has as yet never mercial countries were to adopt the risk, as I was receiving a large! coin in.
the highest and befit bidder, at the Because it cures
for cash,to been; a frost in South Florida sufficiently -
In falatka, in same measure of value, it would facili- terest. Now, with a magnanimity
s aidtConnttheUUttnamontp most stubborn case severe to kill the fig trees. The
tate trade and commerce but as the generosity without a parallel your

FIRST MONDAY Kt JUNE A. D.1898. Fever in ONE DA Y.: crop Is sure.I creation of money is pre-eminent an Congress says I shall have coin pay.
being the 6th day of said month, daring tbe do not mean to say that the South
legal horn of sale on tbat day the following act of sovereignty, everv nation must went for the principal I bad no

described building belonging personal property to the now Florida contained Southern in a You need-Cod Liver-Oil, you say, Florida fig grower has no difficulties or decide for itself of what matenal and right to expect payment in coin."
lie does. lie cannot raise
Railway Coropaa on Water Htreet. alatka I drawbacks. how much shall constitute its .
but think can'txase it. Try MORR- legal ten.
and now HsM aa a maeolne shop, to ,
Florida figs without labor, but it is less labor to With bat little care and no treoble.
IS-font Lathe 4J. J. McCabe
wit Oneli-tnebby IHJ''IN, a perfected Wine of Cod
maker*,one 3Wnchs uigiiig up-rlght drill care for a fig; tree than an orange tree. der.After the beard and mnstasehe can be kept a
iJ.J. MrCabe maker, one 24-lnoh by six-foot Liver Oil. You get all the virtues of I all the currency bonds had
J. J. McCabe makers one bolt cotter, Sometimes the fruit drops betore ma- uniform brown or black color by uslnBl1&KllJgham'
planer Wile &( Ru_ maker). one mean staUooaryinnne the oil without the disagreeable effects. been sold foreign iavei'.rs were anxious -
caused Dye for the
: she large rtatlooary eagles, (Atlas Ma- For sale by II. E. STEWART, Palatka I turity. This is by severe to know in what kind of money whiskers.
VVorkul oneij grind f>ne aneZMnvhihu be
k one f rnace.ban 'for shaming and also I drought but can generally prevented they would be paid. In reply to the Excursion to St.
all'shafting, pulley*. lIUng. hand toolsMhlBfluBilh by mulching. At times but not often I 1 Augustine.The .
axis. and utatenato on hand,also air numerous inquiries Mr. Chase then
lathe. planer Slid shapw tools In Mid building the fruit sours upon the tree. Secretary of the Treasury said he had first excursion to St.Augustineof
Tutf ,
AI80 the uitereit of Mid defendants Lonuils in Pills I where the the season will be given by the Red
is generally
dem-rilied machinery ana This trouble
.twit,, i following I no authority to decide, but the Uuited
f IIcb br l-f ot sUie(J. J.McCabekeVTne.M << wet land. Oo the Men 'of IVUatka on Wednesday: May
-inch swinging drill (J. tree grows upon States had uniformly paid its dents in
.1 McC) *<< niter, one :i--inchstroke: baper.J I I Cure All sand hill souring fruit is slot known. llth; 50 cents round trip children half
Met r'.and nee IS-4nck chuck.AlLo I coin and he presumed that all the currency -
intent: said d f n4a M knot Interferes. Thisis price.
of Occasionally root
the 101':1' bonds would at their maturity be
and .x
boiler IrM
one Serge afa / nar> but that difficulty Arrangements have been made with
them S .Ii 80M. all of nasal f'I'OPt' t Liver Ills. caused by a worm, redeemed in coin. The National Republican -

arty t.....ruin afeaid 6. J.HILUURX.beeliIi i knot a* greet here in Florida as in Convention that nominated the South Beach Railway for a round

Special Master la Chancery. I I California or Tukey. Take it in a'l rip rate of 25 j. children 15, with stop-
STRt-S Z.oompetaeet'e Arrest General Grant the first term declared
HKNKVPALATKA has less enemies than over at Anastasia Island, giving everyone
t'OIIcitOl'9ice.. I disease by the timely use ofTutt's phases, the fig that the public debt should be paid according -
IXA. I I I know of. an opportunity to see the preparations
mays-W ; I any fruit to the letter and spirit of the
i ii I Liver Pills, an old and I The culture of figs is an industry ofgreat laws under which it was contracted.The I I now being made for defense incase

ROBT. W.DAVIS S.J. HILBL'RN. I Asiatic Turk fells of war.Why.
favorite remedy of increasing 1 I profit. The "five twenties," which consti. :I

DAVIS & HILBURN, : popularity. Always cures his figs at an average o' 3'cents per toted the larger part of the bonded. take Johnson'sChill

I] The American grower gets a
I pound.
made the lawful
I debt were payable In
"VVY"ER.S.I SICK HEADACHE .. thsn that so large a
LA.. far better price money of the United States. The & Fever Tonic

sour stomach, malaria, indigestion price that his fruit Is as profitable so greenbacks were mve convertible into Because it the

0..pa... IS hIMU sMIoMI Met 8"fir.Patatka torpid liver, constipationand that of the orange grower. bonds at par. although at a large cures
Florlds. Here in South Florida there is !sufficient most
discount. The c urge was made that I stubborn case
all bilious diseases.TUTT'S land to supply the peo.
I unoccupied I if Grant and Republican Congress of Fever
in DA Y.
Liver PILLS States with fl s.
Will NMtlw( m all State and Federal rle of the United were elected the boats woaM: be made I I

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THEcTIMES" Announcomonts. SOUND; \O EY. "

'PUBLISHEb FRIDA.HERALD YS. For County Treasurer: It i- now too late to discuss the propriety FEARN81DE & CO

To the Democratic of Putaam
voters County: of a war with Spain. Whether
I'hereby aanaaace, myself a caadMato for
the nomination of County Treasater..object right or wrong, every patriotiC American ,
CHAS. B, KENDALL Editor lad Proprietor: to the approval of the DefaoeraUc primanea citizen will stand by his Govern-

and re"peetfallJ year support.April Very reepacUaDJ, ment, and will be ready to make all Headquarters For. .
13. 1998. 8.J. .
BtTBSCRTTIOX HATE-On Year '1.00. 8U sacrifices necessary to the successful
months, CO Cet*. Three Montis, 25 Cents
Snbacnptkmt! eeinadvance.AUFaaverUstar the Office of County Treasurer.To prosecution of the war and its honor CLOTHING

the voters of Fut_county: able termination. The probabilities ,

bills Nnsome due pro rata I hereby announce myself a candidate for re- I are that it will be a protracted war, and
tverr mouth. Special and short time parable election to the above named office subject to the
a ad ranee. action of the Democratic primaries. 1 Urine I that the desperate conflict will be upon
All .otttUmx*BB>aM be made t>r ezpnws.rder had the office one term and having discharged the ocean. The improved means and
mwev* or registered letter. my official duties faithfully, and I feel, wKh Grants Furnishings
satisfaction to the people of the County, I bare I appliances for the destruction of life ,
--------------- -
----------- in
no hesitancy soliciting your support the
eonUoe prtmariel. Very rupeetftilly. 'and property by opposing arms will
Fla.,April 22.1896.j.c I probably hasten the end of a bloody, And Tailoring.LEMON
expensive and destructive war. While
last week's been THE TIMES-
For County Tax Collector. the Americans will be of one mind as

HERALD placed the name of Dr. J:;. I hereby announce myself a candidate for I to toe justice of their cause there It
nomination as Tax: Collector of Putaa-n County, STREET. PALATKA, FLA.
S. CriM.as the proper man to repre- snbjeea t.o the action of the ieaoerade yeisary.J. likely to be a division of sentiment as

sent Putnam County in the Senate of Af'rlllttJa. 1_. N.BLACK WaLL. I to the way and means employed to

the without whether next coo Legislature.bts elUng would that allow This gentleman bw we name did as I ination hereby to tile aanounoeiny For Dire Tax of Tax Assessor.I candidacy Assessor.for of Pwaam-_- I struggle.importance meet the The expense of the war financial will incident intensify issue to the the of THE S. E. BOND CO

Ifeanty. subject to the action <4 the iXMBOcmtcFrifaanea 1896. Confronted as our statesmenwill
Now U. ,and r at etf utty solicit tbe support
to appear as a candidate. of the voters of the County. I be with au expensive war, they
gives us pleasure to state that Dr. cannot postpone sidetrack the money LEADERS IN LOW PRICES -

CriD h a candidate, and to prophesy For County Tax Collector.To question for a more favorable beacon. IN

that he will be our next Senator. the Democratic voters of Putnam County: This Congress cannot adjourn without ---.r

Jn conversation with the Dodor I hereby announce myself a candidate for I making arrangements for a large addit- Dry Goods, Notions and Gents Furnishings.OUR .
.. re-nomination for the office of County Tax Collector ion to the revenues of the Government.It .
of Putnam subject to the
County approval
Yesterday the editor tof the Democratic Primaries,and respectfully will not be possible to meet the demand -

asked him plainly if he solicit your sopfort. F.C. BLANCHARD.For Yours truly, I for money by an increase of dutyon Dress Goods Department attracts the Ladies.It .

would be a candidate should he find Treasurer.To imports o? by internal revenue tax is a fact that we have the NEATEST, BEST
that it wee the pleasure of the people ation. Shall the money function be and CHEAPEST novelties in Spring and Sum-
of Putnam County:
the Democratic voters restored Govern-
to silver?
Shall the
that, he sboaki, and he replied that Gentlemen. By the advise of my friend I mer Dress Goods in the city.
ment create a legal tender
candidate for the paper money
hereby announce myself a
lIe stated to us that within
be woukl. nomination of County Treasurer subject to the which Las been declared by the Supreme OUR
approval of the Democratic Primaries. I beg to
the past few days t4iat he bad been thank my Democratic friends for the generous Court to be a constitutional Imported Laces and Embroideries
rapport given ire on a former occasion,and respectfully attract
approached by a number of his friend ask a continuance of their valued exercise of power vested in Congress? the attention of all.

who had requested that he accept the support. Yours for sound J. I.McCALLUM.Ciavton. : Democracy Shall the opportunity be given to the OUR

Fla.,April:26th. 1898. people who have deposits of idle
candidacy, and that upon their earnest in the banks to lend their surplus money Shoe Department is full of the Best and Lat-

solicitation be had candidate decided to sub allow -. employed excellent Council,and foughtfor :; directly to the Government at a small est Styles of Ladies, Gents, Misses and Child-
himself to be a -
her rights to a finish; and as a result rate of interest, or shall the bill which rens Fine and Medium Priced Shoes.
ject to the will of the people, in primary has been reported by the Committeeon OUR
we have secured our freedom from
assembled, of course. Bank and Banking become a law? Gents Furnishings are up-to-date Consist-

Those who know Dr. Crlll (and who railroad bondage. It has the approval of the Presidentand ,
I ing of the very Latest Styles and at Prices
Another paragraph in the Sun says: bis Cabinet, and there is danger
who does nol!)
IB it in Putnam County that defy Competition.The .
"The railroad passenger rates in that in the emergencies of the war
know that he has no political aspirations I
A some will be inclined to let the President -'
of all considerable -
Florida are out reason.
whatever, and that his accept- I have his way who,if they followed
reduction in rates would be I Mobile "Whenwe
Register says:
ance means that he feels that he can their honest convictions, would resolutely Pale People Attention.
beneficial both to the railroads and the these brave soldiers
be of some benefit to the people oppose the whole scheme. I see young pre- ,

Tho dangers that threaten the to invade Cuba we feel excess-
people. great paring
whom he shall represent. As to Dr. You Look Talc !
Crill being an aspirant for the position There is nothing truer than the foregoing liberties of the people of the United ive pity for them, knowing what they

Senator ether ,and the press of the State, as States and the perpetuity of freejnstitulious must expect from the ""climate. That Eccl Tired ?
of State or any
are increased and intensified
could be bestowed the well as the people, realize it, but for climate Is but another name for the Got Spring Fever ?
gift that by I bye foreign war, but these dangers are
some reason or other, as a rule, very deadly water of the country. If the
think will and
people of Putnam County, we ephemeral. They pass away, I Your Blood

that such a version of the situationis hUe criticism ever gets into print. the places made desolate by hostile United finale would send pure water

a grave injustice to him. When With the combined effort of the State armies will be restored to their pristine along with them to drink they would Needs a Tonic.Take .

loveliness. If this war with Spain shall the climate." :
rates defy
we consider the estimation in whichhe press, a reduction to passenger a bottle of
contribute to the success of the bankers Quaker Remedj Co's
Is held by the people of the State could be brought about, and we hope conspiracy to get control of the finances The St. Augustine Herald says in the I

/ at large, to say nothing ot the citizens soon to see the question more strongly of this republic it will be the most far- two military companies in that city ....IRON PILLS....

of Putnam County we must agitated. reaching and destructive' war eve there can be found bat one Cuban, Gives strength and tone to the entire

------- inaugurated against a free people.We system and makes ruddy cheeks
admit that while to send him to our though there are many Cubans In the rich and
SIJION PURE DErtOCRACY. have no language in which to I red blood.
State Senate might and would prove city. Tney should be the first to volunteer -
characterize the bankers' bill of abomInations I 100 Pills
that our confidence in him is deep their 100 Doses
The following from that sound Dem- incubated at the bankers' conference I to fight enemy. ,

and complete, vet it would in no Democratic journal the GainesvilleSun at Indianapolis, which is Indorsed FHICE FIFTY CENTS.
be him. by the President and We are pleased to learn that JudgeJ.
other sense a compliment to has our hearty endorsement and roported Costs little to give them a trial-why
for adoption by the Bank Committeeof of Orlando, who was supposed not. All
His standing as a man, in both public 1 D. Broom, wishing to test its won-
and pnvate life, is already too by way of commentation we would say the House of Representatives. We to be in a dying; condition, has derful merits, must call on
that it is not only true, but "more than would earnestly exhort and plead with I

high for that. true," or rather does not go far enough. every friend of the unlimited coinageof greatly improved and his recovery is ACKER1N K[ & STEW

But let it suffice for us. to say that be Democrat silver and gold at the ratio of 1G to 1 predicted.If ,
Certainly a man cannot a ,
Dr. Crill is a candidate, and we as a the supply by the Government of all WAOLESALE AND RETAIL
and support a principle which his party, had been more dutiful an J
to increase their dili- Spain Drugs. Seed Paints and
county are fortunate in having such paper currency, Wall Paper.
as a body not only fails to endorse but gence and not consent, under any cir- read her Bible she would have known --- ----
an able and worthy Senator for he
strongly and emphatically denounces. cumstances, to the adoption of the better than to buckle up to Sampson LING WAHTFBOXT

practically, already our Senator. This talk of a man being a Demo- II single gold standard, cor allow the before shearing his locks, which by

crat and not supporting the 16 to 1 increase of bank currency under anypretense
she can't do.
RAILROAD COMMISSION TALK. or pretext whatever. Let the way, Arst-GJa OHill8so [laundry
platform is rediculous and makes us
your war cry be no issue of gold bonds; Barco oon of lIon. J. M.
Among the few papers in the State weary. If any man fails to support the no corporation all credit I Xewcomb o r., PALATKA, FLA.
which have found time discuss some principles of the Democratic party money supplied by the ;Governmentand I Barco, ot Gainesville, is anxious to Firstclassfork guaranteed.

thing else besides war matters is thq then be is not a Democrat-he is some- made a legal tender. enter the service of the United Statesin Work done on short notice.

Gainesville Sun that strong supporter thing else. "If you are not with me the war with Spain.

of the Florida Railroad Com- i you are against me." This is as plain I Among the ;late acquisitions;; to our

mission. It is The enterprWog;; town of Daytona In baylaj teed.",.,....?* !.
really refreshing these as simple addition. exchange: list is the Tabacco Journal, a .. ." ?
has voted $5,000 in bonds to enlarge "ltt a" a net beauty the cartofc.itivane
days to pick up an exchange and find The Sun say: neatly printed and well edited pobUea- &!w.J". largely wut.ed eacee OD to bnferbeeeeda Chi original
tebool build-
and erect a new public .1 ,
eat of Mvt and dearest w & '
an editorial which does not refer in "As far as heard from the Democrats Uoo from Danville, V a. The Journal a*| M hart The beat U alway* the
ing. *,9 eheaptvt P.j trifle nxir*for
some way to the war question, and the of Florida stand solidly in favor k i devoted to the interest of the.enkiva- I

Sun is to be congratulated upon the of the Chicago Platform. So atioec lion, manufacture and sale of tobacco, A Spanish pro?** says, "If you si FsKRY'Ss ,

fact that it HI kieptog awake to the' doe Ibis sentiment prevail that not a sad i* a publtaatioa which contain can't get what yon like, like what you

best tnterects of its constituents and voice fo heard in anv part of the Stale ranch valuable. informal retetiv to can get." Therefore she will have to .
on' .
+ty ara.
the people of the State at large. in advocacy of the: single gold standard. the weed. !like the Battle of tbe Philippines. --I'_ ,,,;." ,, -r t" T" r"&tz
i t Oh' kid AnJaji.r to*
The dun pertinently .av.: The silver sentiment is stronger than a D.iLFT 9Ryi CO..Detroit.aucb.

"The railroads are all repmenteti by has ever been, and it stems apparent I II Talk abut auinc Hawaii II trot Uncle Sam promptly kicked the mule ,

attorneys before the railroad commission that not a gold standard man will be likely :o imams tile belief..... that trust into kingdom come.
at Ta1t.thustehile the peopleare I selected as a delegate to auy of the I i I we do not want Cub*. It could.... i I!FOWLING CONTEST !

doing nothwg to defend their in- Democratic[ conventions. What was atone ly bo called a siezure since BaikJM u Commodore Dewey made the enemy _

terests. How can! it be expected that time known as the gold bug Democratic not only willing bat tremoioosty 'do about)."
the people's rights will be maintained faction or Flonda i is now out of anxious

if they fail to even try to defend their sight, It never did amount to much I take Johnson's Bowling Alley
interests ?" have I I Toe Spaniards are growing MW.,.." Why
and it seems to dwindled intocvnieif
I; day. Takio into cons dcv 'don Chill & Fever Tonic?
This is only too true in most instances nothipgoesa.*' I every Beginning April 1st a suitable prize

but not true of Palatka. li I the barbarism ex<'raised by that nation, Because It cures the i will be awarded to the player making

may not be generally known throughout "ulam Jenumgs )t\:1.n is ruutrmPatina u 1. IlL wuuJcr that this botcher WM most stubborn case i i the best average of anv ten game

the State but it is a fact, nevenbe euh'l1.JIII Ih- tuv_ a* a I.ever called (rum the CIO KDa9d of the bowled to May 1st.

less, that the Palatka Board of Tmfe private. 3 i spaatteh' [ army in Cnbi. of Fever In ONE DAY. 1 1f Come out and win the prize. Open
r afternoon and night.

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the Only One f I OIIROOIIHTY EDIT ORS regret. very L. Lodiow deeply is her reported departure.Mr. to. have .

WNl'M/'l.MMMN'MtNN.nMtiYELA1C1. been on the sick list but we hope be is
To Stand the Test. improving now.

The Misses Morrison and Miss, Webb
ivilham attended services at Fruitland last
11'.is a plivsii i.in for 0\fAr fifty years,. WELAKA, May 3.-La.t Wednesdaywas -. FOUL BREATH
Sunday.We i
in N neiMx.. and who hiutselfsjHMit a red letter day for the V. I. A., NO ENERGY
: luau y dears preparing for the about a dozen free teams turned out are certainly very much di"li'-
practice of rlleI li<'me, hut suhseIjllt'ntly pointed in learning that the picni e' ,.: CONSTIPATION.
and hauled! 130 loads on our town side
entered the nimistn of theM the Blue and which
Gray 1m
walks. The was to < These mean torpid liver and
next step will be country symptoms a clogged condition
E. Church, writes 1 am gladto been held in Crescent tn the bowels also the
ward, and so continue until we have City Is given v pas They mean general health Is below par
testify that I have of citizens had and disease Is seeking to obtain control.
our been
many ani -
had analyzed all the the nicest bicycle roads! of any town in I
dpating great enjoyment on the 4'h ,'
-arsaparillaprepar. country.We .
tions known in the noticed a party of young peoplein May. PRICKLYASH \

t rul.hut town Saturday eve, they were from The "five cent"! or "one cent" e )Hal .-

AVER'S Crescent City. which was given at the hall ia i

Gapt. and Mrs LaBree paid Welakaa Wednesday evening was a perfect sucess. -

is the only one of visit on Monday. Mr. Labree rep The evening was given to ui:a1-: BITTERS

tin-in that I could resents the L.L 4.Globe Insurance which is always enjoyed and game I

commend as a Co., and took out several policies while and those who entered into the 1\,1.\ .
Ioloocl-purilit'r. lun'el"cn I Quietly removes these symptom.-, strengthens the stomach
eye" part of the entertainment fouu I A
cleanses the liver and bowels and
promotes functional
:1-n'l'lr I li1llt(1red.; of bit tles of' here.Mr.
Bucks, son-in-law and two children much pleasure in it. Coffee. san<'- act,T'ty In the kidneys A f.'w doses w 11 restore
It, as I. t I' ':' i it i !III'afl.st: as well
I health and
in and
.. arrived last week. All wleh and cake were served dunn the energy body
are comfortably
f .
as t!11"; J;; t. i I.. i kit; -11'i. i oi'i-.
Past, ," M I Ci''II.I'i 1,. .I l n I I I,""n.Mini. fixed in in the Woolfolk place. evening. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
and are all farming in ROOd earnest, Toe proceeds of the sapper together Price f t.oo Per Bottle

and if bard work will make crop crow with the admission fee of 5 cents

they Wllllucceed. amounted to nearly 810.

IIYER'SJ We are sorry to chronicle the denth I The Young Peoples' meeting last

of Mrs. Parks ho died last week. She Sunday evening which was in chargeof

: Sarsaparilla was from|Maine and has been a sufferer oar pastor, was very interesting. -- -- -===:3

from consumption'for some years. The delegates to the late Convention
Wren in -- THE ORANGE CROFT DAIRY CO. are Sole Agents forthe s. : : of tfiQll
doubt.askforAyer's Pills The funeral waslareely'attendeJ; the held in Jacksonville gave very interest

stricken husband has the kindly'yrr patbies ing reports of the convention. Mr Polar Creamery

of the made ..
community.A Gay
many interesting .
very remarks
In ;
-- FLO IDA, -p'- ;
M. M. GODWIN so called U. S. marshal came here upon Congregationalism
p two weeks ago and arrested Mary I were followed by a full account of the '\

Mack, on a charge of soling wbUkey. I meetings at Jacksonville by Mrs

1 The warrant was for another person and 1 Squire.

name, but he insisted she was the one. I While attending a meeting of the F 4

She gave 8200 bail for her appearanceat Women's Home Missionary Society she

f.>eala. She and husband learned
appeared much of the Cuban sufferingShe .. .
Manufacturers 01- before the Commissioners at Ocala and reported the meetings to have been

found no charges so they came home largely attended and full of enthu- let.e bit
Wagons, Buggies, after an expense of twelve dollars. siasm. k p'tup! ,'rat'.rr-a> '. ,rt'.r ei"ntroJstr l :
t of *. t"r 'In i r w.> t
-and- Now this was a gross outrage and some Many thanks are due to Mrs. Squirefor ( C_ %, but U isn.it IJf. {--.m U ..

Vehicles of all Kinds one needs severe punishment In the the excellent report given and the ads.
vfX Ar'pit for circu'ar' or caM' ;,nd gee sample! at
matter. A number of citizens expectto church feels fully repaid for sendingher
Blacksmith Work. Horse Sfaoeinz ORANGE CUOFT 1) take up the matter an J find out by as one of the delegates.
Experienced workmen in etuu-ge. SatHfaco F. DUNHAM, Slanager Palatka Fla.
"> guaranteed. what authority these numerous false YANKEE GIRL. ,

Second Street, opposite Court House.I'ALATKA. arrests are made.A IP. O. Address Box 437).

FLA. gocd many hands from the 10iDg: Excursion to St. Augustine.. - --

-- -- ---- camp are In town, some of the pullers The first excursion to Augustine W. A. MBRRYDJLY

being temporarily shut down, but we of the season will be given by the Red

hope it will not last Men of 1'alatka on Wednesday, May

>t Much interest was manifested upon llth; 50 cents round trip, children half S. WHOLESALE .

the receipt of the news of our naval price.
Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits
victory; it looks as if the young generation Arrangements have been made with ,

shoukl.'give a quick response or the South Beach Railway for a round Box and
Orange Building MateriaLAgent
they will fail to get their names on the rip rate of 232.: children 15, with stopover -

roll of honor for a few such kicks will at Anastasia Island, giving every : .

end the war.Huntress one an opportunity to lee the preparations
Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
most feel safe by hayingthe now being made for defense incase Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,

river cruiser Lavinia lay at the Island of war. Ray & Fickett Schooner Line,

every night, while we poor sinnersare List of Uncalled For Letters. (Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.' )
so much exposed and the Island is
safe. Even if there arc disappearing Remaining Ithe Postoffice at Pa- PALATKA FLORIDA.

guns there, we can go, one better, for its latka, Fla., for the. week ending May
The Launching cf tho said we have both disappearing and 2, 1898:

Battleship Kentuckywas reappearing guns as well as sons of GENTS LIST, Florida East Coast Ry.

the gnal: for all loyal Kentuck- guns; we have a roll out and about 20 Jeff Brady, John Harris, Schnglar
ians who know what good whlekey have signed, so there will be some We- Ludlow, W E McCoy, John McDonald TIME TABLE NO 14, EFFECT APRIL, 12, 189S.

Is. tn christen it with Old Harper. Aaran XaKinley, John Par Chas Ran -- ---
iakiacs .
heard from. BOUND (Read Down NORTH BOUND {tor l Up).
The people of Palatka who know a I Guy Reynolds is daily expected to be dal, Jeff Roberts. C B Sydney (2), P fVETf'FI ru. ..Sow

.pod their thing when they test it, alwaj' I ordered with his company to Tampa, It Stradler, J F Stone,-Sweannge, ;lap 12 a'v.......... ............... .. STATIOXbloiuL .ck.on.tpe....... .. .... ... ... .....Ar DaUytCttilrITS n&
bay supplies our pure is enough to mAke one envious even. Wl Thomas (2), Thad Thomas. 8* !???"tA'............................M.A.....'....... ....... ....... ... LT 3Bp 700.
smooth and high grade stock of fine ,,,... *. .... .. Are .

whlekiea. The I.Y.. Harper brand ....OLD UVCKE\E. i B'anche' Brown LADIES', Mrs LIST.Rosa Davis ...-.. 11 US MITTUIXT";.iifT::: ; :: : ;: ::.. ... -'-:'-: LT"LT 1/tap f. .. ;;.
is a general favorite as a tonic stimulant. -- .....iO4Mv. : : !:: :; : ; Are : .!

There is only one place In Palat Prickly Ash Bitters Is the best spring Mae M Heger, Delia McQneen, Miss ..........,.B5P;t r.. ; ; : : ......::: ..,:... :;:: :.A gas 4 Up3fl6p ..

ka where you can secure this pure Kentucky remedy, because it Is a blood purifierand Mary E Pearce, Laurah Bell Richard. ...... :.......... .. .. .......... ?kink 1> I.tka......... .... .... .........Ly T .... 1
.. .. :: ... ..Ormond.. .
whiskey, the sole agency for the system regulator combined. Cre- Miss Polly Rose, Mrs Page Tillman, ..+.., ... .....Dayton.. ...
.'Ounty It at M. J. Murphy's.Call ates appetite ond helps digestion. Mrs J M Stowe. Miss Charlotte .-.....) i ftS4Tt ". )):<.:: .. :5iC... Port New 8mTmm oan e.:> < <:;;Ui;; ".' io .. :f
and pee the 266 gallon cask of For sale by Ackerman & Stewart. Young, Miss Bertha Wall. ..........: lisp "" .....:...: : ..:.:. .. OakHin.TltaYill ... : ; j .. "" 23tp.:.:..". ;

Harper, the largest package ever Persons calling for the above letters ...... > .................. .... ....... atr Point.......... ................... t' .. ...... r

brought to the State. JOHNSON'SCHILL FEVER TONIC AND will please say W."ADVERTISED.P. ,ANDERSON., "P M.Johnson's .........-.........-.....II. Ip127p 0Vp aSp Sap I !1I.I.I.l.I.I.II\"i.l.! ;; \: ;................. ............ : .....:.. .........! //1 w-se.- iMiamL e4,. :

-. .' In Cures One Fever Day I t Chill and ................. lip elti i2y tZ5 1 j joaop ...........I. ..........i i i.li;;...::....:::.....:::::......... e-41.I ua q.r. j

I "'.. ...........t............ Union .._.. ...... ......... ..._
..... is I 14| Jort Lndetdaii...... ... .
DR. P. KEENER POMONA.POMO. FeverTonic .w..: .I4.::::::::::: : :::: :: : LwfQty... ,.. : ': :::...: : .; is. :.
1 UJUpAr. ................. .. .....:_..:' ': ,,. .. "'..:. :. .,
[Craduate Optician \.%, Fit, May 26.-Mr. Henry
!!: Sj S2Ji{, STATIOXd. No .' ...a'tsp
rend OG, of P.atatta.de a flying I Wiug,,LY.. ..... ... .. .. .... New Smyrna .. .. ........ .ArTp Stop
LEMON STREET PALATKA, FLA. a Ii1. IH I. ..... ... .. .. ... Lake R.lea ...... .... .. ....... LvINip 44(1)
trip home Saturday. B3Jpf ..... .. ..... .. .oranQ.Qty............ .. .. ......... w 11dDi I.tiI)
-:-:- Cures Fever 4"II' 1J lOp: Ar ... .. crag,.Qty Jgg t1 w ... II 4 tap
>lr Calm Webb spent UM ffreter I Ail train betwe New Smyrna and Orange tS7y. Junction iMIiy ..c pt ........y. .
part of lat week at Slice with Mr.
What is Better than RiO(. In One Day. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

Good Eye-sight ? Miss Clara Smith of Como, is with
TT.utefcraubfp City of Key won of u* Tlorida !lint uuatt itoan***!? uasapaaj .....es
Mr*. C. II. South for white. lOam for Eer w.*t oa Moadayr: iaA Liy al Friday aft.r arrlTsl of trata fro .:c8oDYW. -
Now u UM time to have roar eye -- ---- ..making eennectlins at Ky West with toaranr. far Oaraaa r.>," Key W ; W
i Mr. Batlyaad family an! Mr. Arnold t m. (standard tale uo Tuevtaym Tnnradaysaad:>avarc'Uat &...antvt.t 14.cai a4d II, .gar
xammed, and fia...* fitted. A delay Hanson attended the entertainment at H. W. AVERY, to tw.e.. wtt*aorta bound traia.aM .

t. ltrove.enoos.Palatka hfttsnina Illgbts hut Tuesday evening COUNCELLOR AT LAW .
nTim. i how the times at which raim an-t bo1.tm".bott.rr> tijfpkrllveaa
6rar1 trot the *>*rnl Htatioox and but their ,. .. .
and tit .-klDg of the entertainment ports am i < r d jsrt r ti"i ties
Palatka, Florida. Stated IP not guarantee, nor does tM Company hold ii eif r.--.y.'o"'blIM''T fay
Wood Yaid. report harlot had a very pleasant euB.-; <.(]a Qcmi ariainK therefroca.
-...-. for copy of tocmt time card can at Sn West Bay Street J..k.-lIIyill.. Of'afire.,

time. Office Palatka National Bank nQUdiD j P. B&:i vrra.. ?-.-\- :]Laastttt-. D BAHXKB, A. tW. #
(NEAR G. S. A F. DEPOT.) UM .4.
Miss ),1al )11 iller, of Como was .
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j.i u. EARLS A. CO., PaoPaJE'I'OB6 1:11.r Miss Fannie Peek last vtfed- Win practice! ia all Courts, tate and nut Wbflb90 .' haottaia.

DRY PINE OAK anti ASH for sale needay ofeht.Mrs. roderal. may 6-lm PINE TAR SYRUP I i OPiUM cored UCT 1r.eillf'llt at. riE':
: >'ord. foot, strand or load Richard expects to lean Wednesday I BJ.WO' '' !. in.
Orders left at lek rman Jc Stewart's for her home in Danver M \-* J The V/orld's Fair Tea.I Quickly CUM Covghi and CoW I WU... ..a. Office lot :..Prigs Sb' ,
to..... (; Hro. and Weller & pKk'i Second aarLaaioo -
'rag 4y I Draft Story CODer
M Earn and
after a pleasant visit to r | i
to.'e. grocers; will receive promp atlention. showed po baktcg powc": streets WANT AN EDUCATION ? -
The friends which she II
family. many
so : : great /n /ea 'I' IwbKtolcaTcboBtforMMMor-iiMMtOfOtnvkncJf
Fr or > W1.-
Also, Trucking Fatnltare ilorlor has gained during her stay he e will j 4..s.1-ma :.--=.... Lna
nod Baggage Transfer. 'Phone :). .;power as the Royal ere....wise,eW.rw.g4 t'tugf.rlhral.a,arleaeel....-epTHE ..._..kr!..lIloIr.esc. --.--".


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To Kill Tobacco Worms.
COMMUNICATIONS. Went onjnitciiesWas Rural few Yorker.
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The large nectar-laden flower of the
., -- -""'v vv ,
Jimson weed offers peculiar attractionsto .
A Card. Sufferer from Rheuma
a the parent moths, hence they visit r

To the people of Putnam County: II tism for Years them often. For many years, extensive SEE

FirrXAJt:/' HALL, May 2.I deemit growers of tobacco in the South Y
Hood's. Sarsaparilla Cured and
nothing mere than what i. due the Made Him Feel Young."I have taken advantage of this habit of t iI I'I' n
people of dais county, who have so or. the adult
have had rheumatism, oS and on, insect or tbe moths of the tobacco
ten bear me watt their eurport for ever since I wu discharged from the army worm. If there are not enough THAT THE

the togfetatare, to address them with In 1865. Fart of the time I went on Jamestown weeds growing near their A I

a few word of fArewell I do not ex crutches,and a treat deal of the time I tobacco fields, they often go so far as ASTft

peel to enter the political arena again was obliged to use a cane. I had a to plant the seed of this weed about I FAOSIMILE
stomach trouble with the rheumatism,
fer the lower Howe.
their field, and when tbe plants are
and I spent a great deal of money for
Yea will pardon me if it sounds ego medicines without permanent benefit. in bloom, into a few of the flowers, a A.gctabicPrcparalionforAsSIGNATURE!

Usikal, bat nevertheless true that They would give me relief for a time but dose of poison is placed every evening similatillgtGeFoaJaiiReQula-

in every act of my entire public life I the trouble would return. Six months and the rest of the flowers are destroyed. h ting the Stomachs ail Bowels Ql' -OF.d -

have put the interest of the people before ago I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Sometimes the poisoned blossoms

that of my own, and aan rejoice in and now I am BO free from my ailments : are picked from the plants and st upright + 1. _. _
the eoo cioune that I injured no one that my neighbors say I net more like a N
in tbe ground about tbe tobacco
boy of 17 than a man 6?. I cannot recom- (k #
Who desired what I thought was nght mend Hood's Sarsaparilla too highly.* fields. The poison moat often used is PromotesDis c -'

and beet. I also confider it the duty of 8. M. MARTIN, Key West, Florida. a mixture of one pint of water, one- ncssand st.CGrta."t. -"

us all at the county election to be ex H d'9S Sarsaparilla- I fourth pint of molasses or honey, and Optuni..lorpbi."f't: : .- IS 0:'; THE

tremeir careful whom we select as 00 one ounce of cobalt. The Kentucky oTN.\1t- 'C. 't::

standard bearer*-be Hire they are. or Is tbe best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. entomologist states that Um method of -

was. (before It oeconH policy to be so) All druggists. $1; si i for$5. Get only Hood's.HOOd'S poisoning the moths has stood the test ._ WRAPPER

la accord with the great principles as Dille are'ore.mild,effective. of experience for over 40 years in the -
flllS All druggists 2 eents. $;,;. .
laid down in the Democratic
platform South, and is still a favorite with the cr EVERY

of 189C.Be growers. He states that the best time Aniat Jai ..

sure that their interest are in accord From the State Health Officer. to use it in Kentucky is during August, inn a' ... b. j f

with yours. De sure those whom The following circular has been sent when the moths are the roost abun- 11nwJ'tI: BOTTLE orrrmw

they officiate with and interview are in i'oiter dant.It.
u, by Slate Health officer
accord with yours. Bs sure that they shall has been shown the Tor
Whenever any physician knowor by Kentucky perfect Remedy Constipation.
are honest, true and just men. Don't, apprehend that any person whom Experiment Station that Paris greed .Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca.

be swallowed up with a little ful- he i* called to visit, or who is brought can be used with safety on the tobacco \Vonns.Convulsioas.Feverish- i I CASTO t"A I
some Now in conclusion I ness arid LOSS OF ( B
praise. to him for examination, is infected plant to kill the worms. Spray the SLEEPI \ :
will dive my reasons for not being a early the Gist : I rr
cholera plants as soon as
with yellow smallpox, young -write Signature or
candidate again. The last two sessions diphtheria, scarlet fever, or any other worms are sten. Do not wait until d II

were so disagreeable to me, my duties disease dangerous to the public health, the worms are two-thirds grown, for L -
;; :: ,%r YORK.y 1i' C.-jwila Is pat tj la os -tiz bottles onlr.! I:
as I eaw them having been doubly arduous .
notice there. it will then take a good deal bigger --
he shall immediately give ,is not sold U taBc. D.*'t allow ny-u to nlyn ::
from causes that I believe you of in the manner provide by the dose of the poison to kill them. Three ..,. t. ..I'. 1I1'.lbIc ells oa the plea u precise that! i.is :
know, and fearing a repretition of the be made ;" lj(,:. ''; ";IJIt.. ..-"and ".iJI ssswer every pv:-
Statute, to tbe President of this boardof applications can safely in
._ ., "
-- --- .'ee. *i"&s tk.t C-i-S-T-O-S-I-A-
same, with duties I owe my family, I health, and to the health authoritiesof Kentucky, the last one as late as the _;_ .14 'Ie.I) lea fat a
have decided my future action in the which middle of this tobacco t : -
the chv.t wn or settlement in August. Usually tXACT eoaror'xaavreR.: nnie /J. II lISIIrrta
matter. the sick person may be; and it shall be pest is not so numerous but I(4 ," /fJZ..J-z. : 'mf

I thank you all for the confidenceyou the duty of any health officer, or per- band-picking of the worm is the only Yrsntt.

have reposed in meand during( the son acting as such, or the president, of method that need be resorted to.
balance of life I shall review it
the of
board of health or a
any mayor When fevers and other epidemics

with grateful heart. J. P. WALL. city or town, to whom any disease dangerous are around, safety lies in fortifying the

to the public health is reported, system with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A Leave Palntka '

The need of a good Spring medicine to take such precautions, before the person having thin and impure blood, PLANT _

p teal moat universal and Hood's Sarsaparilla arrival of the State Health Officer, as is in most favorable coneitlon to catch 5:00 A. M., S:5o P. M.irr1ve .

exactly meets this need. Be shall be judged best for the safety of whatever disease may be floating In the

sore to get Hood's. the inhabitants. air. Be wise in time. SYSTEM % Jacksonville,

7:30 A. Ji.,T:10 P.M.
What Mr. Tilghman ? Honesty and Virtue.
Edit Ttaes-IIeraM.: Johnson'sChill Schedule in effect April 11, 1898.

DEAR Sin:-In your issue of April 29, There is more honesty and virtue --QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE-

1898, we see an article headed '-Sprit- contained in a bottle of Salvation Oil, and

ualism Discussed," over the name of than In any oilier liniment known.

J.A. Hall D!. D. The tenor of his "Mrs. A. Fiedler, 2864 Paletborp St., FeverTonic NORH EASTWEST

discourse shows it to be! a reply to, and Philadelphia Pa., confirms this truth: ,

criticism of a Mr. Tilghman, whom be She found Salvation Oil to be an excellent -

quotes several times. We have no rec- remedy for rheumatism, stiff 5'.A)1() *' TRAIN carries Pullman Sleeping Car from Palatka and
bruises, etc., and thinks it and day coach from Jacksonville to Cincinnati, withou'
okctioi ot joints,
ever seeing in any paper,
change via Montgomery and L.& X. R. II.
should always be kept in the houe.
periodical or public document anv account -
of anjoo by the name of Tn h- Don't listen to the dealer's argumentsin Cures FeverIn 'VOO' 41.)1.TRAINS connect at Jacksonville with Pullman Sleepln_
, Cars for New York "a A. -Ifc and Penn K- R-, also Pull
man writing on this subject. Will Dr. favor of a substitute. Insist on get. and 5.55 .1)1
man sleeper for Nashville via'nftoD Macon, Atlanta, Chatt
Hall please inform us through THE ting Salvation Oil't costs only 25 eta. One Day. anoops.io5 .

TIMES-HEBALD what Mr. Trighman it Value.A 1) = P II TRAIN Pullman Signing Car Jacksonville to St.Louis via
Ie to whom he refers, also where and The Weekly Newspaper's Montgomery and L. & :N., also connects with local sleepe
writer in the Review of Reviewssums Jacksonville to Savannah.
how Had his
san we writings In modern Greece the language of
AMERICA. up tbe attributes of the weekly as flowers is developed with such detail LEAVE PALATKA 11:00A. M..and 1KXA. M. for Gulf Coast viaSanfoM

... follows: -Each copy is read not only and is so generally understood that a LEAVE P.LATK.l1O A. M.. for Gulf Coastof Florida, via Ocala an,*
IVhfn Nature by the five people usually cretdted to lover and his sweetheart sometimes carry Leesburg.

Ne''. ftsflstanreit may be best tp ren- the ordinary paper, but by twice or on an ideal correspondence by means
..... it promptly, but one should remember thrice that number in many instances, of clusters of loose blossoms. Steamship Line Port Tampa to Key West, Havana. Mobile and Jamaica; Fo:t
Myers, Manatee River and St. Petersburg.
to use the most perfect remedies for many subscriber pass their paper on
B. W. WnE. N. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.
only when needed. The best and on to the inmates of less fortunate
and most simpld and gentle remedy Is homes These publications are pre- Dr. Miles'Heart Cure F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

the Byrnpof Figs manufactured by the eminently the home papers of news- Cures a Prominent Attorney
California Fig Syrup Co.
paperdom. They are not superficallv
scanned while men travel to businessand et.!

flow' This then left for brakemen to gather

"We offer One Hundred Dollars Ks up. They go directly into homes and Railway

ward for any CAM of Catarrh that cat the reading of them is a duty as well as It

lOt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. a pleasure. Hence their peculiar value,'

F.J. CHUNKY & Co., Proprietors, to advertisers and their value as
Toledo Ohio. I
We, tie undersigned, bare knows I moulders of public opinion. MOST EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED our or FLORIDA.
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
.believe him perfectly honorable in alballasts The man with a weight on his leg WEST.
transactions, and financially can't hope to win the race. A man NORTH EAST

able to carry out any obligations made with a weight on his health can't expect -
by tasir firm. to compete in life and business
WUT& TBUAX. Wholesale Drupglata.Toledo with those who are not handicapped.
If his brain is heavy and his blood
Wholesale Druggists,Toledo, Ohio. sluggish becauted of constipation, he u\VASHINOTON SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter will hot sneeeed In doing anything very
Bally acting directly upon the blood well. Constipation is tue cause of 'I'hrMlh V.. bend Drtwtar.Room Slvvptar Cart t.tw... Tampa lad ... York,
It c. PHELPS, tbe leading pension via JftokiooTU\ !*, t tvaanth 4.d Colombia, without csxjj*.
and mucous surfaces of the system. nine-tenths of all giekn '*s. Symptoms MR.
Price 75c. per bottle. Bold by all drug"* of it are eallowoess, listlessness, poor "I wu discharged of Belfast from N.the Y..army writes caaccount : "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

Cists. Testimonials free. appetite, bad taste in the mouth diz- of 01 health, and suffered frogs PuUmsa DrAwla.Room Baffil Slt pl.f Cri b.tw..s Ja.k..rlDe. 4 stew. Tort

Safety for Women. zines!', biliousness and lassitude. Constipation heart trouble ever since. I frequently bad I. Charlottesville.
fainting and smothering spells. My form Embracing Lynchburg,
Tansy, Pennyroyal and Cotton Root eau be cured easily and certainly was bent as a man of 8ft. I constantly woreanorerroat I. Washlnzton. Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Pills all and Ir by the use of Dr Pierce's Pleas- even In summer for fear of i
remove suppressions Dr..llr-Be.ftt Sl"p4nr Can to MM M. Al.*te Cb 4t M sat.
PvUnaa f
Pleasant Pellets. They are not at all taking cold. I could not attend to my bualn -
rE'gularltfef'. :$1 (*r box. For particn' ClaelnBaM. with elOM eoan4U fer Loaiinll sat ta i
violent in their action, aDd yet they H. My rest was broken t$ severe pains
lars address Dr. Frank Edmondaon, certain than about the heart and left shoulder. Three Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
are more medicines
Atlanta, Ga. mll-5in: many years ago I commenced using Dr. Miles'
,... which are so strong! that they put the Heart Cure notwithstanding I had used so Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville. Through tho

Keener TS. Time. whole system out of order. The great much patent medicine and taken drags from "LAND OF THE SKY."
doctors for without being helped. Dr.
advantage of the 'Pellets1 la that they years
Havtoe a stock of Watch ana Clock I Miles' Heart Cure restored me to health. It
cure permanently.Send j"
Material on hand and wishing to quiL 21 one-cent stamps to World's U truly a wonderf ul medicine and It affordsme Tcrdetaa.4I Inftrntttoa M t* rat**. tcbtdalti, ,l.*po-i ear r Mmuoo. eta, apply
much to recommend this remedy
pleasure tt.boCTMiB. RAU.W4Tor its co..cth.
the repair business, I will do worK: at Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo to ereryone" anj sftotct .

the following low prices until stock isused Jf. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's Dr. Miles Remedies Dr 1 it
up: Watches and Clocks-main "Common Sense Medicts Acvfoer," are sold by all druggists : L. A. SHIPMAN, Ftorida Pan. Agt 81 !Vfttt Bay Street Jldnony l.. Flv

spy, 75c; cleaned 75c; and crystal illustrated under a posture a C t 1 1. M. GULP. W. A. TUBE. S. H. HARD'WIO ,
profusely guarantee, first bottle Tr.S MaII.rer O.". Fan. Art., AMt. (J,. P.*.. A.t...
on watches 10 to 15 cents. Have had ---- ---- '
"b benefits or money :roe R r we.aiWgtaQo. WuMarlc..D : A..t 3.
rteveo years experience in watch C.A.STOX1.A. fanded. Book oa dbeaees }
*and lock nuking. Otto me a call TktfMHsil i of the heart and Heakh)- May i, 1898.
IIr.rwvt ---
and be cconvioced Y nerve free Address -
s yltf
PERRY KKE. ER.l ct Yr&nt DE.MILES MEDICAL OO, Elkhart Ind.



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MONTHLY 4N 5i.MW dtcM4kfa.:t tMbia* school Doctors Can'tCure

I X*.Hit Lake Margaret 1 mo
SiPJ1pefI GIe Financial Statement
I $. C(

I We hereby certify that ti.above state me-. 3 It !
I COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC< tape and correct to the best of c-ar ki., sand
II I hence. E.S.CHILL .
INSTRUCTION.STiTEOF Chairman Co.Board Pub.Instru
FIXR1DAOOUXTY O?IfTXAJT.. Attest: THO8. W. RALPH. Contagious blood poison is absolutely

v April 30 liwe. f County 8opt I'ab.lastroeUon. beyond the skill of the doctors. They

T., 1(.a. JM EPH PUCB.Clerk of Circuit Cowl : may dose a patient for years on their

MB-In comulUnc. with -cc.*3, Chapter 43 die* A Flag of 'Varning.Beware mercurial and potash remedies, but he
Law of Florida *hereby st&Waewtoof I

I,I bchool fallowing luonejr iwnlced received soau aaoroprtatio tel .tad all. of the dry, tickling, hat:.... .:. I will never be rid of the disease; on the
other hand his condition will
and warranu iMBed for tM Moatk eadIIIC t grow
morning cough, for it warns you .a
April 3ttb.. A. 1>. 1886: steadily wone. S. S. S. is the only eon

KBCAPITCLATIOX.lUUnoe consumption lurks near. The famous for this terrible affliction, because it il

on;band April 1,1be8. ._S tie Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will euro it : the only remedy which goes direct to
... I the of the disease and forces it
Received during Uto raoeta. s 1sNI cause
.. One .
"Ibadaveryb.\.1..1_ u D:r ;
from the system.I .
1 .. a pronounced it ron, 'i! I uoi
ONn ENJOYS I I Warrants paid during tile was afflicted with Blood FoUoo. and Ubest >.
month.......... 3J444) Dr. &11', Cough S; : i : ..':.i was cam doctor did me no Rood, though I took
Both the method and results when; I I IlataDce mooev.o hand ... 517 NUuu theft treatment I m 11 fatally
pktelycured tlic cc.._ :ft mr ::
&Ddlng .arraBU'" ; la fact,I teemed
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan i paid... ............ .... .. N.Mr N Sma al to all thewhile.
back. 1 worse
......... JaM never come Su-on : ret
and refreshing to the taste, and actgently Deficit fin 4.... 1.IIt. I took almost
ITEMIZED Btcurm 375 3ht Street, Chicago Ills.' Dr every _ailed blood
yet on the Kidneys, ,but did not
remedy they
1.-Tob&1aIM'ec.D haad. J N
dowels Apr .1( Dull' cost but 23 cents
Liver and cleanses the system To ch from Tax Cough Syrup teem to reach the dl.>

effectually, dispels colds, headaches Collector To cash from O Tax*.Bev. OH'JH .\_ for Ball's, take only Boll's.Prognostications. ease whatever., and had I was no effect dill-

-E!iWA Mfe heartened for it seemed
and fevers and cures habitua Collector OB rest
Tixforl99G......... Met that I would never t4
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the To oath trove Tax cured. At the adrtw ol
1 a friend I then tool
TlSBes-Union&; Citia a.
Collector Fail '.
only remedy of its kind ever ost \ 8. S. 8.,and breaa to improve.
pro .1
Tax:for 1M.... ..... cell N It will seem paradoxical to S3't' I ? I eontino the
duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable Apr. 9 -To cull frowStM balld-
I medicine and it me completely
Treasurer Itdemptiea tM conviction is strong U5
D *- jet
to the stomach, prompt in of Cott.toIar.A. lag up my health and isttreasiag appetite,

its action and truly beneficial its ........... NN that our business has already rectivit <. Although this wag ten years to ago rvtarn.have never
yet baa a sign of the disease
Apr 2>-J. F. Taw iey. mitten worse blow from the war. Po-ib.! 'i Enterprising Drog tsts. W. R. NEMT WeStaunton V,
from the
effects most collected (
prepared I ,va.
There few men IL >rc wide awak
pMfA M nets We has yet been loot In a strut, are
healthy and agreeable substances, it Federal l-oiDt.._... MM ; I and enterpridr. than Ackerman &! It iff like self-destruction to continue:
many excellent qualities commend ito A pr. *-To cash from Ctwnf ale between two nations which hay to take potash and mercury; besides
tax of tit A. -utlKt Stewart whO no pains to !eecur
< the bitterest feelinzs towardeach spare totally destroying the digestion, they
all and have made it the most .'1;HaUfax Wirer UK expressed

remedy known. r.rll1r.! ....._. .. 299 0 other but. as we have already inaisled the beet of everything in their line dry up the marrow in the bone, pro
popular To cash frwM Gof& for their many customers. They now ducing a stiffness and swelling of the
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 tax.on St.J. & 11.R modern wars are not now decided the hair to fall out, and
It,for 18II'l.... ..... 3ft III have the valuable agency for Pi.
cent bottles by all leading drug Ai r. W.-liv amt warrants. by the greater or lees expenditure compfetelywreckingthe pstem.S.S.S .
and casxelled.: J,3414.' King's :New Discovery f>r oonsutnp:-

gists. Any reliable druggist who n.na1an .......... SIT 8ss of human blood; it is now a battle between Hon coughs and eolds. This lit the

may not have it on hand will procure machines struggle where
,ea a pMI. wonderful remedy that fie proftncini: uiOO
it promptly for any one wh I the longest purse and the beet mecharj- : The
Do No. Vat To \\.... F.WM such a furor all over the ccuntiy by ita
to try it. not accept anj Issued I..r.-e. teal skill must be victorious. startling curea. It absolutes;; js; guaranteed Purely Vegetable. and is
substitute. many free fro- these
April ft. 1987ta. the only blood remedy
Viewed in this light our superiority; licarsenes
afthma, bronchitis,
: I. H.Green.per FIG SYRUP CO.
CALIFORNIA age atl mdlllC IIHMon.t board. $ 84& I over Spain makes the struggle farciz and all other affections of the throat, I Book on self-treatment sent free bj
S** FilA'CICO. CAL 423. IL J. Fowler J>er diem and mileage -
.lJtST'd1E. n.t'EW rot. nr. attending oecHion of board. 80\ I, were not the tragedy so deep. ID chest and lungs. Call atIho abovedrug Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Qa.

424. E. eetIion tI. Crill.of per board.diem... .attending... ...... .. 20 number of ships, in weight of metal, 10 store and get a trial bottle free or

425 I. I. Rimes teaching school N r 1 at quality and in equipment there is no a regular size for 5Cc an1 $1. Gnaran.
Palatka for one month. .. .. 100 00
426. Madge L>. Ice. teaching school companson between the two navies, teed to care or price refunded.By RAY'S PLACES
PALATKA >o.1 at ralatka,one month. 00 to4T. --..-
IknieiU Davenport telcbing school even if Spain were not fatally hand!-
No 1 at I'alatka,one month... SO 00 Major Junius.
her lack of coal. How can
capped by
4J8. lizal>eth W. Dunn
1 ; school\o. 1 at PalatkA, 1 mo 49 00 she defend her possessions in our waters There was a day. runs the story, Wines
Edith 1C. .t.orn.. teaching school Liquors
No.1 at Palatkaone month...... 40 00 ? After she has lost them, why A red old day of redder scan, ,

490 & 11. Dradertck. teaching school When seized that banner glory-
tt the direct HMf Ko.atPalatkaone monta.. ... 400 should she continue the war? victors

431. Jennie 0.1 Lackore.at l'alatkaooe teaching month school.. 4000 Business is proverabaUy tlmldbut he Gave us the stripes and kept the stars And Cigars.Very .

inTel betirwrnj 432. If. J. Andrews teaching school I who views must read the results in t.he
\0.1 at I'alatka one month..... 90 00 i Time's gentle touch,soft and tender,
433. J.W. holey teaching school No. I unmistakable signs of the times. At bonds bar Old WinesA
tat PaUlka one Uionth ... .. CO 00 I Has swept away our
New York 414. Ellen W. IeWceo.teaching school. first the very name of oar made the And now that flag with brishte Specialty
No.3 at Palatka one month. 35 00
and there
school stock market nervous was i a
133. Ronalee M.Holley,teaching splendor
No.2 at faUtka,one month... 35 00 reasonable doubt to what the other
as its Special attention zivrn to the iWngot
4%. F.K Thompnon. teaching school Belonging to us with all of stal'!.
\o.'t at I'alatka,one month... 3501 nations would do. But the quiet and Jug and Kegs.

437. LOUM A. Robinson teaching The world may talk, and men may
Havana school No.2,ralatka month 35 00 conservative policy of our Government We also handle the veto
438 )L I. Harley.teaching school No. wonder,
2 at I'alatka.one month....... 35 00 the proclamations of neutrality, best of Cue Goods

.. 430. Mary L> Allen teaching school or the assurance of it, from all the< But by the gods-by Gaming Mars-
.VZA. No.3 at feniel one month..... 40 00
school make fear foolish Wnen foreign cannon roar and tbundei IDAHO SALOON
440. Rath Browning teaching Powers, now any seem -
lIoo.3 at 4'eniel 1 mo.... .... 25 00 The South stands by the Stripes aDd ,
\Vakeneld.. teaching and unreasonable.
Jacksonville 411. Homer Lemon Btr et .latka. 1 ',,.
school Too 5 at Man Mateo 1 mo 30 00 International relations are not what Stars. 15 ?
442. Allie Granger teaching
bat Alien 1 mo... ....... 35 W they were. We are all now bound .0 Atlanta, April 29. -- -

Tampa and April 6. 1898- closely together that a prolonged -
413. Ruby A. Bryant teaching school I Don't Neglect Tour IJver.
>o.tat Wela.ltaone month... 35 00 I war is inconceivable. Once France remit in serioui
troubles quickly VIGORMEIi
441 J. Newian.teaching school :\. :
Key West 8 at Crescent City two months.. 100 Ot I and England could fight for a century complication,and the man who neglects hit

445. Mamie L.Mwrison.teaching;school liver has little regard for health. A bottle.
could be of
and ther a war thirty
atal Lake I .... 36 OCMC years
No. 10 at OJ UH) of Browns'Iron Bitten taken now and then i Restored
Railway Estel C.Momson teaching month school 35 00 in Germany, or Spain could CODsumefour will keep the liver in perfect order. If the ,Permanently
No. 11 at one < idwit'>
437. Clara F Kinney, teaching school hundred years in attempts to drive disease has developed n1Own.Iron Bitten I MAGNETIC NCPUINC I written roar.
A No,13 at Federal 1'oint 1 mo. 30 0: will cure it permanently. Strength and ant<< to lDrensomnaa., 'I:.. Dimness, Hvttena.Vcnroos .
443. B. J. ilutler.fetching school No. out the Moors, and nobody cared, except vitality will always follow it. use I I Debility Lot Vitality Seminal Losses,

North SIns Hat Ln)'*fralne one month 45 00 the armies engaged and the cultivators Brown Iron Bitters it sold by all dealers Failing Memory-the result of Over-work Worry,
419. L.A. Fish,teaching school No. 16at ickn-*. Error of Tooth or O-rer-ttMtalrtnce.
M eat 1'aUUa one month: ... 35: 00 of the fields or the inhabitant : i hats &Oc. .... II; 3 Ntls II. ....
4V). r.}).Watkins,teaching school No Dig down to the cause of your for quick, positive and lasuncresult. m Sewn
louth 17 at Urandin one month....?.. 35 0043L of the cities they occupied. new, if you want to ret well and stay VeakneM Imt! 'enev. Nervous Debility and Lest
J. P. Wall teaching school No.18 'italtty, use TEU.OW LABEL iECIAL-dOO3iI.
Lino at Harlem one month.... ....... 3J 00 Did the leader ever pause to compute well. Most likely it's indigestion. The .;trcnrth-will five strength awl tone to every part
4>2 Mary Blount tettLhinic school No 21 destruction ( industries nd effect a permanent cure. Cheapest and best.oo .
vhat the o our
Throughthe of fermenting putrid -
at Ft. Brook one month.. :35 00 Irritating poisons : Pill$1; by nuuL sfsl
45J. E. It. bimmons teaching school OJ vould mean to Europe? When we food, Uftin the stomach by iudi- FREE:-A bottle of the famous Japanese Uvtreilets
30 I
::J at Ockwilia one month with box of
will be given Ji or more Maj.
451. Motion Harwell teaching schoolNo.13atkeIeekintwotoo.... 50 00( ought against ourselves, people starvd known symptoms of indigestion. Th..y&Iso ictic Nervine tree. Sold only by

455 LtllJe" Johnson.teaching school No I ;: in England for lack of work, and cause many pains and disorders

Heart i Florida! 25 at Harker'Mill one month.school 35 00 uttered for lack of clothes in China which are often laid to other causes ACKERMAN & STEWART.
156.: Elbe It. Me Kenzie teaching
No.28 at Lake\lew one mo.. 30 00 end India If we ever go to war with mil, hence are not easily core But Palatka, Fa.!
157. K. n. Foley. teaching school No
2U at tau lateO one month.... MOO England she can blockade: our coasts, I AI soon as the poisons are removed, all

Ask .:\8. Nora No.RoUnnnn.30 at Keuka teaching one month school. .. 30 00 but if she kept it up long her people : heee symptoms and disorders disappear -

!W. W. A. llobl,teaching school No. rould be hungry. France and termany because there is nothing left to A War CloudWe
For 31 at HollUter one month..... 35 00
succeeds in this
100. J.D.Cottingham.teaching school rould lack bread, and India might per- ;lanssthem. Nothing;;
rickets =" 0.32 at KoKtwlck one month 40 00 ike Shaker Digestive Cordial
161. T. C. Whitman teaching school Ish of famine.
No.33 Nashua 1 month.. 35 00 prevents the undigested food from
Ia the J. T. & K. W. 1(3 LJllie M Clews, teaching school Therefore no long war is possible. ermenting in the stomach and helpehe

No.il Lt Rice Q-ftok..o month 60 00 Neither can the issue doubtful. Spain
4o3. Ada Miller tea lIlJIC schoolo.. stomach to digest its food.
35 at Johnwn 'N.e n.Odth. ..... 3900K4. annot afford to net her fleet in our
tfrite tha General Passenger Mir Whitman teaching school At druggists, price 10 cents: to $1 per
No.3datffbtinEtoao e mo. 3000 raters. Even if she bombarded a few ottle.

W6 Alice:\. 37 Whitman at I cuter, teacbing one month school.. 30 00 owns, her ships would then be out of f

Agent for Inf rnation. K*. H. K. MeLeod. teaddIIC sehool 35 M ammunitIOn and coal, so that when Skin Diseases Cared.
No. 38 at IMtMm hula 1 MO

167. D.J.Dan.ei8.teaching school No 00 Admiral Sampson and Captain bchley For the cnre of tetter itch, eczema
N. B. Coffin 6 40atCrwc<-.t.utY one month
Uckely, !.*. Cornelia Krrby. teaiWog school concentrated their forces they would I ryslpela. and all irratibility of the r

E trtle Nn4t McKenxie, Nurwalkgsuoittb tn;esiU scfcool. 58 00H9. i only have to tow the last hope of Spain skin Dr. Edmondson' Eczema Cures

6Mrlrt Su,badNt. CM! Psmftf kp. No 42 At Haanervtlle one mo 35 W into some covenient harbor and leep it the standard. Address Dr. FrankklmoaiJson
170 J H barrunclM. teaching: school
No 4.11 TtHVWlKill 1 UIO *' N till Madrid accepted our terms. Atlanta, Ha. Pr.eeO,
JACKSONVILLE. 171. Jessie L TbompwMi.. teachiui
\ ecbnol N...44.t i.UnUi m" 35 And after the war U over we should pst bottle. rall3inSO
172. J N" Overbulu. reaching M-bnol
35 MT.I. make the same demand we made
No 4ft at Inter la cbeo ont'11W
I :. F. s Castra,teaching school Xo.atrnaetoSBio tIae "T k. yoersdf off/ : CURE-NO PAY at peace 1Y ;.,
MADE ME A MAN N NrIrhyCofee Degmoinff, all the world, bat we are I A&t.

TABLETS rOSITTVELT teaching school No She can pay no damage sod we can That fc the war all druggists sell IDS a
.. eo wi7'
--- ialiag )ism. 47 Fraacts 1 u<> home after bavin }ROYE TASTELESS CHILL
tcjrhintrbool end her bootless ,
4 ("arrie. Greet ;
we .mud
:=:'C7 J- = tad-IMF Xo. 49 at I'on.otka tide month ;A W naliuuM TONIC for Cttiki and Malaria. It Ii -UghGradeici
how peaceable
iAJAX. .,.1t ..nt 17*. 1>.M. Holii** ,teacliiDciKh...'l Xo.a .Down queklv a
.. ,. 3M imply Iron and Quinine hi a tasteless
at Mt fci'jal "11f" month become formW by land and '
& f n st.dr, u'Uor u.rrt.p. No S: Tan Shoe at
teaching boot
4 O J North m lore it. Adnlto ,
= an i C.pU .f te.W..uuelllunth... .... 25 m17t form, Children pref.r -
chovm mod
r i ra i itspeo.* .
_$awl *a.... a TORE where all other UU InUwTittB : > N A fs...rsf>.. te-chiuj. : M boolNo I II ea.Aad it to bitter Bftueratin totiie
oaR epos havtaS too. se.dme Ain -= Tl.r M, 8tsM *.rev I month. ;*' N Florida will oaly remember SOSO.lso .
.. .tho.s..d.Yd willannyos. "s po. No T4 'rice 30e.
; t wn>nt .to.eect-.can Cn CiS.ia I ITS LWNtmaut.4hingschool atSat.uw.Ilighti one WOBUI rJ so tereafier that she ha had two sets oft a New Une of Ladles Oxfords at
e.ck a..or nrm.d too. moser. PrioCU -
or IU J4_ hell ."--(1 for 3 Z..IAXIIEUY 'Ff!! .) Carrie I rawfwrd teaching schoolNo. ... > .. attrillts in one year. Life of Miss Franck E. Willard. Prices to Suit the Time
i 1 mo -
pack..aA Cfl = ... 6S at. ftMbomt .. -----
isn_ tem Diet*V-b '
till 1Iar- n' Having accepted the agency for the
No 65 at V..r..t 1 mo. .-" M Uurt'fO'rnt.3: Sae.! This Makes
Fur tale in Palatka tiv 42 8 K Hel'l&.aateeduIIc school>" well known Monarch Book Co., of I
88 at Late COSMO. OM with <>o1st The Beat Salve m the world for Cu r,
Ackerman &: Stewart, Dln tlu. L G. I&uwers.........school NoTvatSMsasMHIgkas Rheum l iuladelphM, which concern will pub- A Disturbancewith
8mo. :lrai* r. Sores, Ukrs, Salt .
btb The Life of Francis E. Willard"vriUen
\\ 484 Una ...w.-. chug school.. 25 4* 3Vrrr' Sore. Totter, Chapped hands. high-priced Horr, but
No.71 at( by Anna II. Gordon, I expecto
take Johnson's Ill 0 L rlokk"B wcingscol No 2hblrbs! and all Skin.Brnptlo, I as lon; A* the public* wtt our .
Why 73 atTisraMs one nvmth ... 39 00 PlleIs. re make a canvass of Falatka and Putnam *ide we are ready to staid anti
teaching scko >l end pofrtirdy wurej or DOpa
4N OHIwwtrs.
Chill & Fever Tonic No 75 atOranp mils month I'J: <., iniml. It Is guaranteed give }ter- County and shall be pleased to I fight it out.iatter1i's.
4<;. J N Orvrh-Utz >ui'uenw-nt to aac'1lag.ehs.l
>"4A :'. MU feet ettefaettoa or money refunded lave your orders. This work is en

Because it cures the =4 e ra..Uf'ftW..t.atftMeC I.SMMUk g at f\lIanrul Fob. :! 4) Pries 35 CUlts per box. For sale by lorsed by the W. C. T. U. Y shoe Store

ti- :st stubborn c/se : Ibo MperintendrBt W. K*tr> fur for service month ot all Vekerrotn & Stewart. ap 2.1m Ins GKO. PATEJTT. I

of/=ever in ONE DA Y.






Our Asiatic Squadron Completely ; Vertrees & Co.

Annihilates Spanish Navy and 3

Captures the Philippines. I -WHOLESALE--

Blanco bat developed SATURDAY.into a satin::: .. I Hay, Meal. Paper Bags,

His news of the "repu te"! of th Grain
Amencfl ships at Malanzis, mentionIng Building Material,

the casualties as "one mule. will I Flour
Papers Orange Boxes
other enjbellshment, caused shots o ,
derisive laughter in Madrid. t
A dk atch horn Hong Kong say

that off Abe one American of the Northern fleet has PhilippinesIt been sighted .; Livery Feed and Sale Stables. Wagon Reposiiorv

10 Hkeljr that a clash will occur vet

soon, perhaps today, provided th. AGENTS The Standard Oil Company,

Spaniards do not run. Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.

The heavy mobilization of troops>> 81 ,

Tampa reinforces the opinion that S4 I PALATKA FLORIDA.
many thousands of troops are not be IU.

sent there for protection alone, bu

,/that invasion is the object, soon to b WALTER THOMAS

accomplished.There ,

have been 'no more rtcov . .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN. . .

noisfance or bombardments and th

wild rumors afloat yesterday have..* ..,uspireToday's Groceries Crockery China
been pronounced untrue. ,
bulletin claims that Dewey j

MONDAY.Madrid has officially reported, and: the substance I. Glassware Tinware
usually highly of his report is that Spain has ,
colored In favor of
Indicate that
surrendered Manila--that the American
Commodore Dewey has almost, if not : flag is now waving over the city. Wood and Willow Ware
quite, annihilated the Spanish fleet at
Another naval engagement is said to ,
Manilla. The two strongest of the enemies
have taken off
place Cientaegos, in
cruisers have been destroyed, to. which two Spanish ships were sunk. Paper cl Paper Bags
gether with other smaller craft. Tne British Consul has been attacked bya
same dispatches not claim the .
destruct. mob and: one of the Spauiaads: was IG; Lemon Street 1'alntka Florida.
ion of ,
a single American vessel, which killed
tact leads London to entertain
-- --
The Consul is now reported to be in
the opinion that Dewey will renew the

attack,the object of which Is the cap- ail.Why COMMUNICATIONS. The Crescent Chill CureFor

ture of Cavete or Manila, both situated take Johnson's
J JVVVVVVVV'VV Quick and Pormanont CUro of
upon the same hay. The
of the Spanish:; fleet clears the Pacificof Chill & Fever Tonic On the Wing. Chills. and Fever Remittent Fever.

menace to American vessels. Its Because it cures the What reams of paper Intermittent Fever and Bilious Fever,

conclusion-the capture of a Philippine most stubborn And floods of ink Lagrippe and Neuralgia.
station-wili give the United States case
abase Do some men spill
an.teed -to Cure.
of operations In addition to beinga of FeverinONEDAY Who think.
never Most all Chill Tonics will cure chills but that is all they will core, and m
wedge to wrest the Philippines from Welaka scribe under date of April 29 many cases a physician has to be called to get the patient well. Not no with
Spsuieh rule.Sampson's. First Regiment Florida Volunteers.The is loud m his praise of Gen. Lee, has THE CRESCENT CHILL TONIC as it tones the stomach, restores the ap
petite and purifies the blood. It eradicates malarial and
fleet still blockades Havana poison puts the
found out that Fitzhugh Lee
just was
first twelve companies of the I Liverin the very best possible condition.
in which: city beef has risen to State to volunteer will form the State's the bravest hero of his time, North or. In this lies the great secret of the success of this medicine, as nine-tenths ot
such a high figure as to donate that South, but he further Bays that the old .all fever arises from au accumulation of malarial poisons and a torpid Liver. A
and form the First Florida ]
quoto IlegU specific NEURALGIA
and La GRIPPE. Price 50:
famine For sale
threatens poor and rich, if It ment follows vets must not co.: Was Gen. Lee Dot atC

has not alrea-ly beguu. Jacksonville as Light: Infantry.St. an ex-Confederate officer? lie did not The CRESCENT DRUG STORE J. GAIUIETTProprietor.

Troops continue to pour into Tampa. Augustine Light Infantry. say "2'0 boys," but will command the .
General Shafter is on the scene,and It Jacksonville Rifles. volunteers. I further state on gilt edge PALATKA, FLORIDA.

Is believed that a formidable invasionof St. Augustine Guards. boards that his friends of Nashua after CsTTry one bottle. 1 pay the postage, and if not found /;
the Island Is not further off than ten Ocala Rifles. spending 830; ( for poison were only as represented, I will immediately refund money upon C -- -i{
days. receipt of empty bottle. Very trnly yours, nt\-
Leesbunr Rifles. fatenlug the hogs for their weekly
TUESDAY. butcher to buy.;
Shine Guards, Orlando.
Furth er. although scant details of Gem City Guards, Palalka. They think wine is cheaper and one --

the battle of Manila, show the annihilation Gadsden County Guards. tryining to obey the law and putting AT

of Spain's squadron, no ships Suwanee Rifles, Live Oak. up fences, and Buckeye and his man
being lost bv Commodore Dewey, whois Bradford County Guards, Siarke. Collards. for hogs are death on garden Mrs. Blocher's

In such excellent fighting trim as to Jasper Blues. sauce will both find they will have to. ,

demand the surrender of the city under: The War Department has providedrules build fences or they will still be treatedas i 35 Lemon Street.

threat of bombardment. The Provincial as follows: Tne minimum shall allies, If they will start at Buffalo
Governor has declined and-the Bluff and go to Pomona via Fruitlandand I .
be three commissioned officers, noncommissioned -' '-
news ceases the cable having been cut. Johns I
officers and St. river, they will find of
The battle for which Spain; had prepare en men for each company seventy-sev and eighty- hogs nearly 1,000 head in the woods, so! SUMMER DRESS GOODSLawns
ed to celebrate as a victory has caused look out.
one men,and officers as the maximum.
Madrid to be shaken from Organdies,
center to As for having a lawyer or some old
Finest asssortment in Lawns, Percales, Calicoes, Muslins.
circumference, martial law havtmbrvu doctor to represent us at the SheetingTfekinc, t.
g Meeting Postponed.The capitol we Silks and Satins for Waist and Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.
proclaimed and a Government regular monthly meeting of the want no more in ours, and if we ea::,'t Parasols and Umbrellas from C 0c to$2.50.

crisis threatened. The excitement has Uuited Daughters of the Confederacyhas get a good level headed farmer that has

been fed by Weyler, who declares his been postoned until Thursday next stock and increasing his flock insteadof
anxiety to lead an army of Invasion in always selling out will kick likea
i May 12th, to be held at residence of we
giraffe.No .
Mrs. Palton Anderson on Palatka
Preparations for occupying Cuba Heights. I thought Buckeye had been

continue at Tampa, several of the here long enough;: to know that depend
large troops transports having now Lawn Fete. ing on orange trees alone was too much I ALL ITS BRANCHES.

arrived. The Ladies' Guild of St. Marks Episcopal like sucking a hoe handle. --

WEDNESDAY. church will give a Lawn Fete Can't we make up a company of pensioners Ladies
There Is a conflict of report from tomorrow afternoon atoo'closk the and call them Shot, Shell and and Childrens Shoes.

Madrid. Some of the news is prophet. church lawn. Everybody invited. Heavy Ordinance.

ic of, not only Cabinet crisis, but a i HEAVY ORDINANCE.
monarchial downfall, while on the oth A Painful Accident. THE C. B. ROGERS CO.,

er hand,It appears that there is a strong Master Herbert Speck was a victim of IMPORTERS
sentiment in favor of vengeance, aDd a very painful but not serious accident

some of the demonstrators cry for on Wednesday morning. While at medicines take from Provisions Grain Hay Flour Meal Grits Etc.

Weyler and Don Carlos. An exciting: school he had the misfortune to fall to 10 days to cure fever. ,

scene occurred in the :Cortes, Sagasta and break his right thigh, which caused Mole Agent (or OUR
being denounced for his lack of prepa- him much pain. Johnson's Chilljand Fever BUSINESS CONFINED T'
ration. air an Canning ,
Dr. Steen was called in and set the in ONE DA '
Preparations for invasion continue, broken limb, and Matter Hetbeit is Lion Brand Canned Meats SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.
aDd, it said, that General Wade will reported as resting comfortably. Some Errors Corrected.
feed the first army. Quotations Made
The cutting: of the :Manila cable interrupts Hon. J. II. Cook, of Pooaooa, WM m In Dr. Hairs eoamaafeatioa lt Promptly on Application.
the town Tuesday. week the following errors occared: Feb ll- m
e-f the details
of Dewey's victory. Read "the Golden RDl instead of i. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

Delay is dangerom-* a you Have "Golden nnl ." The "Pro het Dan- -

and THU1ISDAY.lierotatioa dvil Cough or CoM, take PEEK'S: PINE iel" instead of "David. "Eamouth JAPANESE '
war threaten
towind GD'Nd" instead of "Kamonth Gilead." Miss KATE
Spain in their deadly folds. Rioting TAR STRUi' at once; it will cure Instead of "prince" read "province." I) pi L LUCAS,
Peek's Drag Store Lemon ,
and anarchy have spread into I quicky. Read "Zolner" Instead of "Coiner." aeia> e
. many provinces, martial law has been street opposite court bouse.MEETING Read "Prof. Crooks" instead of i' CUREA I: MILLINERYAnd

extended, and .troops fire upon bread "Brooks." The "astronomer Flam- New ;and Complete Treatment consisting of i
rioters. OF MEDICAL OXAMIN'INQ SUPPO iTORIE Capsules Ointment ad two
marion" instead of "Hammarion.." Boxes of Ointment.. A never-foiling cure for Piles Fancy Goods
Uneooltmed BOARD. of every nature and degree. It makes an operation
report says that Samp- Read "lyln :" instead of -'living." with the' ciufe.which u painful I.d" oftea results Ilat in stock an elegant and diver, .
son, after fully coaling his battleships In death aaecessarr. Why this, terrible fled line of all goods
slsaaf f
Wt pack a Wrltttn Guarantee I.I each
and monitors at Key West, has set out The next semi-annual meeting of the SI 81. No Care No Pay. joe.and Si a boa,6 lor the Millinery Business.
under fall Johnson's Chill and Fever $s. Sent by mail.: Samples free Experienced Northern Trimmer '
speed to seize or destroy the Medical Board cf tile
Examining &h .. OINTMENT, 25o- and 30c. charve of Trimrmo Department.
coaling stettoa ai Porto Rico, after Judicial District Florida will be bId Tonic is a ONE-DAY CONSTIPATION flU nd'. Pies Live Presented PtMett.the, Ii A SPECIALTY Foil assortment .
which he will set oat to meet the ene- rat LIVER and STOMACH RKGCLATORaad STAMPED LINEN GOODS and
m*e'a fleet upon the sea. The small :in Palatka, May 13th 196, at the oflfee Cure. It cures the most BLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and peasant BKOIDERIED SILKS. Z1I

cruisers have been left on blockade at ,of Dr Cyrus & Wefefa. stubborn case of Fever in done to take 25:cents.especiail} adapted lor children's use. 30 Haring: accepted the Arm for it
Havana. GEO. E. WELCH M. D. FREE.vial of these toon tittle PeHets will BUTTERICK PATTERNS: 1 am new
24 Hours. oe ran with a|i box or more of Pile Care prepared to SI alkmierlda fur (,Lis
...... crc
Signs of activity at Tampa point to I ap 15-lm Secretary. Nonc for&sale-TH only OMVINC byACKERMAN& JAPAKKM PILCos orated pattero.

Call or write to me fnr Fashion



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