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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 20, 1898
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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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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pAUl.TKA\VEEKLYTIMKS.K_AUiTKA IIERAtn EntmblUhod t bU 169.h dl89.lCon011 1! < *ta M*11. X883ATKA, FLA.. MAY 20, 1898 NEW SERIES-VOLUME 7.--NO 7 j

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Roster of the Oem City Guards. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Another Attempt at Burglary.Our j
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. R..mate.tba food
Following is the roster of the Gem citizens had best be careful to whotewxa pun Mil delkIs... ;.
A Busy Session was Held on Wednesday -
City Guards when they left for Tampa take all precautions against burglars,

last Thursday night. We were prom- Evening. who seem to be abroad in the land.

Paragraphs of Local I and Per- ised the list by one of the officers in Board of Aldermen met Wednesday Only a short time ago THE TIMES-

sonal Interest.Short time for last week's issue but he failedto evening, May 16th, in regular session. HEKALD made mention of the fact that

furnish it: Present: Chairman Kennedy Aldermen ; the residence of J. :X. Blackwell, on I ftOYAl

J. E. Lucas, Captain. Stephens, Gay, MerrydayThomas, the Heights was entered, and it *sonly
Stories About MattersIn
Snappy D. W. Ramsaur, 1st Lieutenant. Points, hers Smith, Sterges Hodges, been a few weeks since C. J. mI ;IhI

Palatka and Putnam County C. M. Billiard, 2d Lieutenant. Fowler. Garett, on Oak street, suffered some
i ib.KING
for Busy Readers. F. C. Vary, 1st Sergeant.J. :Minutes of previous meeting read loss by a burglar climbing the second

W. Richardson, 2d Sergeant.C. and approved. story and entering and taking some

H. Wisjg, 3d Sergeant Finance Committee was granted f nrtuer valuables.!

t<. W. Otterson, of Pomona, was In John Pendrel, Q. M. Sergeant. I time in which to report on transferof On Saturday night another would-be

town Friday. R. Smith S. J. Wig city lots to Mr. Morton. burglar was discovered just in time to

K. M. White, W. L. Hoyt, -well, perhaps to save his neck. This POWDERAbsolutely :
J. D. Hasranof East Palatka, was In Report of Fire and Water Committeewas
J. D. Points J. G. Mellon.H. .
time it was. at the residence of D. M. Puro
town Monday.John C. Martin T. J. Register, read, and the Callahan nozzles
Leon Hebert, T. R. Livingston, were received. Kirby on the Heights. At about
returned Tuesday night
Speck H, E. Cowart, G. O. Driggers, Fire and Water Committee reportedon eleven o'clock while Miss Kate Kirbywas
from Tampa. A. M. Mciver, L. Crantley, ,
repairs to central fire station,and the packing preparatory to start on MOVAk tows rOWOU ea.cw. rem

r J. Baugbm&n, of Peniel, was in James J. U. Merrill C. Ray,, J.C.A.Shelley.Shelley, clerk was instructed to ask for bids as her trip north Monday, she heard a

Palatka Saturday. Hugh Roberts H. Usina t mentioned in report. noise outside: and upon loollng saw a

W. II. Holioway J. E. Volt, man climbing over the railing of BRIEF PENCILINQS.
J. J. Little of Ocala, was in town Report Fire and Water Committee negro
S. C. Dunn, Burt Sands.E. relativeto Juvenile Fire the up stairs piazza. She went to inform
Saturday on business. Pinner C. E. tIm, Company was D. M. Kirby received his commission
her father and while the
lead received aud motion it gone,
Dr. G. E. Welch left on Monday fora S. T. Chancy. Harry Vassie, upon was yesterday: as postmaster Palatka.
A. R. Ganes, J. II. Sands, I ordered thai the petition of the Juvenile burglar, who evidently saw her lookingout :

few days recreation at Welaka. S. Allen, J. W. Billiard.C. I Fire Company be replied toto the effect made good his escape. Attention is directed to the uew advertisement -

Rev. J. C. Porter editor of the Flor- Wilkinson T. H. WIgz, same as recommended by the committee. I I I[ of M.J. Murphy to-day's
P. McGraw T. E. Crews, Master Herbert Speck Dies. TIMES-HERALD
da Baptist Witness, Ocala, was in Augustus Couver. G. T. Bryant, .

town yesterday. A. II. Weayer, J. W. Register, Motion prevailed that Board proceedto .,Master Herbert Rosrero Speck, WhO"1 S. L. Cook,one of Hampton's promi-
W. D. Messer G. W. Deaser fell from a grape; arbor at the
appoint a superintendent of street nent In
citizens
Messrs. G. B. Crawford and T. B. I was town yesterday,
H. Bard, Huzb Corbett, several days ago and sustained a bad
force and that a majority of the mem- and canelln
of Jiircif.were in to renew his subscription
Hickenlooper, J. E. Lane, G. Beach fracture of the thigh, died Tuesday
town Friday. Carlos Wall, H. H. Johns. bers present be required to appoint. to Tun TIMES-HERALD. .
Two ballots taken and choice night at 7:40 o'clock of lock jaw, which t **
J. W. Young, A. J. Ryan, were no Bailie
Quite a delegation fr jtn Palatka took R. A. Cross J, D. Livingston, baring been decided, motion prevailedthat was the result of his injuries. I C. one of Interlachen's estimable -

in the excursion to Tampa Saturday to Vollie Sullivan J.H.Tyson, appointment ol the superintendentbe Funeral was from St. Monica's' citizens ami a constant reader of sr

see the troops. J. D. fluky, J. E. Lewis, Catholic church Wednesday afternoon THE TIMES-HERALD, was ia town
until next
J. l.. Burt, Amos Johns, postponed meeting.
yesterday and called in to renew his
4 o'clock and the
at interment was
Wm. Hofford, ot Pomona, was In : C. L. Weiss, G.O. Gale, The ordinance relating to the sale of

town Wednesday ant called at TIlE G. F. Beale, J. U. Culverson, beef and pork was placed upon its sec- In West View Cemetery. The pallbearers subscription for another year.

TIMES-HERALD office.J. L. D. Jones, E. J. Gay, ond reading and final passage. The were: Arnold Canova, Raymond I
R. E. Gantier, F. L. Bcott. result Price, Willie Calhoun, George: The Meeting Monday Night. '
was, Teas 1, 9. .
L. E. Macdrasz E. M. Smalles nays
D. CoUln ham, one of our valu- ,
Bassett Albert Marvlck and Hickman The
at the Court house
meeting
The Sanitary
able subscribers at Etoniah, was In J. D. Rineham, J. M. Bard, Inspector reported sewer J
L. M. Rawllnson, C. G. Caswell, for Graham Hotel and fish house of Collins. Monday evening in response to the
town Saturday and gave us a call. W. E. O'Cain, W. S. Holloway, Mr. Lamb's.A The bereaved mother and relatives call of Mayor Gay was fairly well Attended .

Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Towles, who Dave Benbow, E. L. Kirby, communication from the Mayorwas of the deceased have the most heartfelt The question of the enfeebled
D. F. DeMaurier L. B. Curtis
are summering at Ormond Beach, are W. II. Hale, C. R. Clark,, read, received and filed. sympathy of the entire community, condition of the Fire Department oc-

spending a few days with relatives here. J. E. Crutchtield, Alfred Roberts Motion prevailed that the Sanitary In this dark'hour of affliction. casioned by the absence of.the members

John Q. Tilsbman and party returned Cem City Guards Appointments.The Inspector be instructed to immediately of the organization bet 'absenton
Card of Thanks. coned
military duty, was 'ied. The
the in the hammock and
Tuesday on the steamer Le Ileve inspect sewers ,
following appointments have if to to the Mayor. HDQRS G...)[ Crrr GUARDS, cbief," 'lle coascious of the loss of the;.,
down to Jackson unsanitary report
from trip
a pleasure been made to the ..
perfect or ..
sirvice'of
company It was ordered that the Clerk purchase (.o. D. 2i lUrr. F. S. T.,t many foremen and effective
vllle.II. ganization of the Gem City Guards: of Itm'uTampa May 13 members nor wise
J fire barrels of lime and deliver to the Camp : ) 'idit. would be ;:tp

B. Jarvis, one of THE TIMES- Foster B. Vary, 1st sergeant.J. Chief of Police distribution! on orderof Order Xo. 1. proceed at present to fill their places

HEUALD'S constituents at Satsuma W. Richardson, 2d sergeant the Sanitary The grateful thanks of the Company with new men until it became certain
Inspector.
Rights was in town Monday and gaveus C. H. Wigg, 3d sergeant. A communication from Joseph Price arehereby extended to the ladies of that the tender of their Itt:' vie" to the .

a call. A. M. Mclver, 4th sergeant, Palatka, the Veteran Association, the Government was accepted. Man of
read and petition granted
was on con-
J James C. Ray, 5th sergeant. Putnam Home Guards, U. R. K. of l'., the members might return and they
Miss Kate Kirby left Monday night dition that same be subject tn removal. I
John Pendrel, quartermaster se,'t. the Palatka Brass Bind and the citizens would be doubly entitled to their former
where she will make
for New York, a A communication from P. M. Haganwas
Leon Hebert, 1st corporal.K of Palatka, for the honors and courtc- position in the Fire Department.
protracted visit among relatives and read and receivedand motion prevailed
M. White, 2d corporal.J. sies extended the Gem City Guards nu The remarks of different citizens
fnends. that save lay over until ne LmeetlOg.
A. sshelley, 3d corporal.J. their departure for camp on the 12th admitting the endangered condition of

Manager C. J. Bolinger, of the Pa- D. Points, 4th corporal. inst. The occasion will always be a property and in the eveui oc a fire
Motion that the furnish
latka Water Company, placed the Chas. Weisse, 5th corporal. prevailed Mayor bright spot in the memories of alt the : alarm, they advt.e the Board at the end of each montha
water guasre In the city clerk's office Joseph Merrill, Oth corporal. the amount of fines members of the Company. The ban. I every citizen should rush to the nearest

Saturday.Be Lieutenant C. M. Hilhard has been report showing quet and attention bf the ladies, and hose station and give such assistance
and bonds forfeited
Imposed during
sure you are right then go made secretary of the company. said month. address of Rev. W. E. U. Mabry are I as may be needed in uetttug the ,low

ahead. Be sure you Ret Hoo-J's Sarsap&rilla Spreading Out. The Clerk was Instructed to look up especially appreciated. By order. reels to the fire.

and not s me cheap and J. E LUCAS, The did much U
The Monarch Cooperage Company record of hand fine engine and report. meeting good Informing -.*

worthless substitute. has secured of Dr. E. S. Crill the room On motion, adjourned. CapL Comd'g. the Citizens of the present'

The Halifax Rifles, Daytona, were north of TIlE TiMES'IlKRALD: office, i condition of the department.The .
Visitors from Ocala.
Thomas B. Evllle Dead.
hare Fnday evening en route to Tam- which will be used as a storage room

pa. They were in command of Cap. for barrels. They bjjsn putting bar We are pained to announce the deathof The Mayor and Board of Aldermenof State School Fund.

Thomas Benjamin Eville,which occurred Ocala arrived in the city Sunday afternoon
tarn Bmgham and were forty strong. rels In this week. Tallahassee, Fla.. May 16-State
at his borne on Palatka Heightson ,their business being to inspectour
This Is we are pleased to
company Superintendent,William N. Sheats has
Mattie and Ola Acker.man
Misses Gray state receiving much encouragement. May 6th, 1898, of dysentery. gas and electnc light plant, which made the following .
aonual
semt appointment -
first of the week for Sa
the
left n-
The deceased born Bath Som- they did on Monday. They to
They are certainly turning out some was at expect of the 1-mill State school

ford, where make they visit will be joined by fine work. ersetshire, England, May 20, 18-23, and put in a similar plant a Ocala, and ex- fund, at the ratio of 70 cents: to the
to
and
friends a Tampa.
was 75 years of age. In 1852 he movedto pressed themselves as being much
Entertainment at School No. y. pupil, based upon the average attend.
The steamer Santee passed Tuesday Toronto Canada to pleased with excellent lighting facilities.
Cleveland.Ohio, our -
The teachers attending the summer ance In the several) counties:
night for Savannah with a cargo of GOO in 1805, and subsequently-to Palatka In .
training institute Public School No. 2, Alachna. 82,908,50; Baker, $443.20
barrels of naval stores We learn that are preparing a musical and literary 1877. He was a carpenter and builder, The visitors were very courteously Bradford, 81,140,30; Brerardt506,80;

the Santee will go into the Government exercise for this evening at 7 o'clock, and went to the island of An1fqae. rlt- shown around by Mr. G. Loper Bailey, Calhoun, 8330,40; Citrus. o16.90;

service for a lew weeks. ISh West Indies in 1846 to assist in who them the information they
for the benefit of the normal. Prof. gave Clay, 8677,00 Columbia, 'l, 11CO.

The examination of county schoolteachers Darrin ton, one of the instructors will building a cathedral, and remained desired as to our light plant and upon Dade, 8320,90; DeSoto, >81.C6C40; Du-

for first, second and third render some of his inimitable persona there for two years. In 1882-5 he built other matters. val, 12J.j.roimbia, 81,785:

grade certificates will take place on tions. The public is invited. Admission the residence of W. E. Stanton at San Franklin, 8255,50; GaJiden, 81,579,20 '
June 7th at School No. 1, the duration children 5 Mateo;the residences of J. M. Mellon, Killed In Texas. .
is 10 cents, cents. Hamilton, $!r21oo; lIe]aDdo,S282,80
of which will not exceed three days. M. J. Murphy, E. D. Weston and. his Joseph McKenzie, who was at onetime Hillsboro. 82,275 I /.tmes 8658,10,;

Second Battalion Accepted.A last building was the residence now a resident of Palatka was killed
J-ckson
Sunday's Times-Union and Citizen S2.225.30; J/fferson, 81,831-
owned by George B. Se: :den. In a railroad accident near Waco, Texas -
telegram to Frank D. Wattles Secretary 90
says: "Mwa Daisy Linncstonhas ; Lafayette, 8478yj; Lake. 8890,40;
The funeral was from the residence last week. He was an engineerand
turned to Palatka, after a visit of several of the Gem City Guards, states Lee/$10 5,60; Leon/82,029,30; Levy,
afternoon 3:30 came to his death by the breakingof
at o'clock
weeks with her sister, Miss Maud that the second battalion was.aeceptedon Tuesday and $RI ,!jOt Liberty,/$223.30; Madison,
the interment was in West View Cem- a driving rod on his engine while he
Monday as a whole and muttered I $ & Manse
Livingston, at the home of their aunt, t,7 1.40t 8589,40: Marion,
Mrs. E. Hlotard, on East Bay into service. This means that our com- etery. The service was conducted by was running at full speed, the broken $:,450,.Q Mo foe, 897540: Nassau,

street." pany will remain together, and all the Rev. J. P. Hay,pastor of the Presbyterian rod him having pierced lha back and killed 8875; Orange,81,30G,20; Osceola, 8442, '

present officers will remain if they can church instantly. 40; Pasco, $;;,6150; Folk, $1,463; Putnam,81,17i,50 .
A bicycle party went to Silver Lake ; examination. The pallbearers werer.. A. Men The remains passed through Satur-
pass ; St Johns,8741,30; San-
the D. Stamford L. A. E. day night to Sanford where deceas-
Tuesday afternoon to join Sunday ryday, A. Fish ta Rosa
81,261,40 Sumter
No High Graduates. ; 8694,4;
School picnic from Peniel and Francis. School S. Neck, C. I. Rowton, Joseph Price. ed's parents now rsslde. Suwannee
81.521,80; Taylor, 8431,90
There will be no graduates from the
but do
All report a pleasant ume, they Last week's Lake City Reporter says: Volusia, 81.074-50; Waknlla. 8471,80;
PalaU High School this yearwe learn County Executive Committee.
red
,
of them were pretty
say that some "Cadet E. X. Calhoun. who has been Walton! 81,019,90; Washington, ?!,-
in the face before they reached Silver but quite a number of pupils from the attending the Stale College in this city The Putnam County Democratic 043,80; loW 4863390.

Lake, so warm was the day. Grammar School department feo Into for the past two years, and who has Executive Committee will bold a meeting

the recruits who went with the High School today, this being the friends here received'an at the Court House on next Thurs- Early
Among made many peaches are now rip at Kl3slmmee.
closing of the term. ,
the Gem City Guards to Tampa were order from his company (the Palatka day, the 2Ctb. [ .

Carlos Wall Alfred Roberts, J. E. 4 Delay is dangerous-wnen you nave a Guards) several days ago, to report at

Lane and Lawrence Brantly, of Put- Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE once for duty. Mr. Calhoun left for. t Cash for Keel Cedar, E. O. EARLS & Co.. will sell Ton a

nam Hall and Etoniah furnished TAR SYRUP once; il will cure Palatka Thursday to join his company Fiv e ear loads wanted. Seven inches large load of Dry line, Ash or Oak

Mesr Sod and Hampton Hollo- !!qUIC Y. Peek's Drug Store, Lemon which leaves fin week for 'I, and upward. Address H. Friedlander, Wood to any part of the city for 81.

street court house ar I When need wood call 'Phone
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General Gleanings.
the place isms teen bCrneol also tile new
NEWS FROM railroad depot and private resi MALAGA, Spain, May IS.-The coast ,
many : "-
} C. &
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and harbor fights in this have been
dences. The loss is very large and a city -
MANYNOOKS families made home- ordered extinguished until farther orders. _
number of were ,

less.MOBILE May 11.-In the camps of the WAsnINoTox. May 12.-The house 1similating SEE

t, Condensation of 'Happenings AllOver regulars and volunteers is quiet. No I committee on foreign affairs baa agreed J

the Country. orders to move have been received at to report the resolution for Hawaiian. ( I t I

either camp although the officers are annexation. .

tooathnnotorlea.. looking for same at any moment and TEXERIJTE, Canary Islands, May 13.- -- '- --- THAT t
THE
Martial w has been here ;==-- c--- : I'
ROME, Ga.. May Commencement are ready to go to the front promptly. proclaimed ;
and the harbor lights have been extinguished 7'
vrlll With the regulars and state troops combined '
begin
exercises of Shorter college
19. there are 5,000 men encampedhere. until further orders. i JTCr
Thursday morning May !
16. Ed Gentry. WASHIXQTOX. May 11.-Fitzhngh Lee ,, ; FAC-SIMILE' '
COLCMBCS, Ga, May '
drowned while bathing COVIXQTOX, Ga., May 12.-Newton will not go into the field for the present, _
white
\,a boy was county went dry last week by a small but will be kept at Washington for consultation ".IGNATURE
in the Chatpthoochee riTer.CHATTAXOOQA AVegelablcPreparationfcrAs-! .
majority and the whisky people imme- during the progress of the
:May 10. Chickamauga diately served notice of a contest. Thecase invasion of Cobs.WASHIXGTOc { tbcFocdoirfR uta-
.I left vacant by the departure of titlgtheStocladlsarwDonrlsof -0 Felm -
.
May 12.-George Downing
the regular, ui now rapidly filling up came up before Judge Belcher here ",. ", ,
the
Spanish arrested here :-
electiorf declared spy several --

with volunteer Wednesday and the was USSsHS '-T: : "'"
4 and a days ago, committed suicide this \!
illegal on a technicality --- .
NASHVILLE, May 11.-The Republicanstate f-J.--
election will be held to decide the morning by hanging himself at the bar- -
: executive committee ha decided new racks where ho was confined. Promotes$e : .1' /
to call the state convention to moot in question. '
! Nashville Aug. 17. ATLANTA, May 14.-The department WASHINGTON, May 14.-The secretaryof ness and RcstXkOpiurri.MorpMrc: '" < I!A

1 of the gulf has received an order from war states that the Georgia militiacan 1:':>. .. .. is cTi-,:-...
\ MONTGOMERY, Ala, May 16.-Bishop retain half .
their
the war depai.vent at Washington arms, but must NOT N AX : ,
Is Allen of Mobile confirmed 55 persons all
- providing for the mobilization of over surrender their equipments for the '.
chiefly young people, in St. Peter'sCatholic 17,000 troops in Atlanta at once. The United States volunteers. When addi -- : -'" '

church here. recruits of every regiment of infantryin tional arms are secured the state militia .J.mPJ1'Cll1Jl WRAPP7J'S.fJ -.f": ,

GALVESTOX, May 16.-The Hamburg- the United States army, with the ex will get its full supply. ,

American line steamer Laneubern has ception of the Sixth, Eighteenth and LONDON, May 13.-According to a JiMJJu.;;, C? SVERYBOTT3LE J

.... been chartered by the navy department. Twenty-third, and of five regiments of special dispatch received here from Havana ..-fniMt.4 ;.,. '
and she will carry the Galveston regiment cavalry, are to be sent to Fort McPher- via, Kingston Jamaica, there has I Jtypermat Lh dlr. j

to Matanzas Cuba. eon. been an engagement between the Span r1 wJrrd- OF*

. NEW ORLEANS, May 11.-The United SPARTAXBURO. S. 0., May 11.-Dr. S. iards and the insurgents, during which I f ,d_/-.nr._

States court of appeals has decided in J. Divings, who last March killed T. J. 900 of the former were killed. The location --
favor1' of the filibuster Three Friends! Trimmier, committed suicide in his cell of the battle is not mentioned. A perfect Remedy fiQ

because there was no evidence that the at the jail at an early hour this morn LIVERPOOL, May 16.-The telegraphoffice lion Sour Stou 1

was fitted out within the United States.: ing. Bivings' trial ended Tuesday night, at the island of Grand Canary, Worms. \ forConsUp.1Cj' SID A!

WATCROSR Ga., May 18.-The machine when he was convicted of murder with near the center of the Canary islands, ncss LOSS ,

and repair shops of the Waycross a recommendation to mercy, which the chief city V>f which is Las Palmas, -" f:6:
Air Line Railroad company, near the meant life imprisonment This morn- has been seized by the Spanish authori- T: Simile Signature ( fFV

Air line depot have been totally destroyed ing he was found dead in his cell having sies. All telegrams except the barest a

by fire. The fire was probably opened an artery in the thigh witha commercial messages have been stopped. .: YORICutorla la ptt tp in one-tz bottles aly. It

of incendiary IJrigiR.KNOXTJU.P' caseknif and bled to death. WASHIXOTOX, May 14. Chairman -. X, ... :' ..4': U not sold La balk. Don't allow aajct t. Mil
- May 14.-A heavy snowstorm AUSTIX, May 14.-Much trouble is Blanchard of the Joint Traffic associa lt c 'a'f1r r1 I I rim anything the on the plea or promise that it
prevailed on Iron mountain in brewing here over the rigidity of the tion, who was appointed a brigadierby I r it "just u good" and "".m{ server every pw-
Unicoi county Thursday forcing many physical examination which is throwingout President McKinley, has declinedthe -- ----"-- pose." Gr-See that you get C-A-S-T-0-R-I-A.

herds of cattle to lowlands. Snow is i many of the officers of the volunteer commission. It is understood that r; TitJw-; ._
several inches deep at a height above I troops. The volunteers hold that they he will give the government the benefit CXACT COPY or WRAPPER t..tu.l.k an #.,6-:' : tTtJ lr"

i sea level of 1,500 feet. are not to be a part of the regular army of his services in matters pertaining to ;' nann.
ATLANTA, May 13.-Miss Annie McDonnell and are not subject to the rigid rules transportation. .
'.. Moore and Mr. Paul B. Scaifo governing examinations. Many companies
" BoSTON, May 13.-The schooner Jeanie -
well of this threaten to refuse to volunteer if
known
both young people
S. Butler, from Cienfuegos, which Leave Pnlutka
dry drowned at Lakewood while their captains are rejected for slight ,
were ?
arrived here, reports that her mate, John PLANT
taking a pleasure ride in a rowboat. physical defects,such as a decayed toothor
Portland Me.
Purchase of was killed 5:00A.31. 5:55P.M.
bodies have not been recovered.
Their corns.
by Spaniards before the vessel sailed
NASHVILLE. May 13.-The sentence MONTGOMERY, Ala, May 11.-Governor from Cienfuegos. It is thought Purchase rrlve Jacksonville
1 John T. Carter,'who was to have been Johnston is desirous that it should attempted to cross the trocha and SYSTEM ,

hanged at Gainesboro Saturday was be understood that recruits will be was hacked to pieces by soldiers. ;, 7:30 A. M..7:40P.y.

commuted. life imprisonment by Gov gladly received by the Alabama regi WASHIXOTOX May 11.-Scores of
;! ernor Taylor. Carter murdered his menu in Mobile. Any squad which de- have asked during the week what peopie is 8hedule in effect April 11, 1898.
t brother because he testified against him. sires to muster in may communicatewith
the politics of Admiral Dewey. Many
-QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE-
either Colonel Colonel
Higdon
or
ANXIKTON, Ala., May 14.-A freight have decided that as he married the
Cox in Mobile stating their names and
wreck the Southern railroad near ,
on daugtter of Vermont's Democratic war
Lincoln 20 miles west of here delayed addresses and a certificate from a responsible -
governor he must be a Democrat. Sen
., for six hours the Alabama Press association citizen that they are sound ator Allison who knows the admiral I NORH EAST WEST
men and reputable citizens and transport
enrout.from Tuscaloosa to Philadelphia well, says he is o stalwart Republican. ,
to witness. the launching of the tation to Mobile will be furnished them.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 1C. Ad.
Alabama. CHARLESTON, May 14.-The Spanish vices which have just been received here 7x00AeM.: TRAIN ..arrie Pullman Sleeping Car from Palatka and
steamship Rita, captured by the Yale, and coach from Jacksonville to Cincinnati without
MAC'ONMAy: 11.-The grand lodge of I from Cienfuegos, island of Cuba, day ,
the Ancient Order of United Workmen came into port during the afternoon and the Spaniards at that place attended say the change, via Montgomery and L.& N. R. R.

ot of the states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi is now lying at the quarantine station. canting of ate deum at the principal
TRAINS
5:00 A. 31. connect at Jacksonville with Pullman Sleeping
The Rita after :
carrying
't the Carolina and Florida is in was captured church there in celebration of the also uland
. news Cars for New York via A. C. L. ana Penn'a R. R., -
cession here. There are a large num. cargo of coal from Liverpool to Porto circulated by the Spanish governmentto 5:5i P Jl man sleeper for Nashville via Tiftoo, Macon,Atlanta Chatt
Rico. Her master Captain Cenigo anda .
ber delegates in attendance from the the effect that the Spanish forces had anooga.
the six states.WASHINGTON. crew of 20 men are on board. She is been victorious at Manila. 5:55 P 31 TRAIN Pullman Bleeding Car Jacksonville to St. Look via

j Ga., :May 11. Miss in charge of a prize crew consisting of WASHIXOTOX, May 12.-According to 'Montgomery and L. & N., also connects with: local sleeper
Fourth Officer Wolcott, Engineers Har-
Jacksonville to Savannah
* Eliza Bowen died here. She was 70
received at the
state depart
field and Kilgore,two marines and three a report
years old and one of the most intellect- I seamen of the Yale. She will be delivered ment from United States Consul Skin. LEAVE PALATKA 11:00 A. M.,and 1OOA. M. for Gulf Coast 'Via Sanford. t
cal and best known women in Georgia. at :Marseilles, the Federation Co-
to the United States district attor ner
LEAVE PALATKA 11:03 A. M. for Golf Coast of Florida via Ocala and
4: She was a well known writer and here. lombophile de Marseilles has been training ,
r teacher and author of ney Leesburg. .;
x an extensively homing pigeons for the past five .

f used work on astronomy. years for the purpose of securing Information Steamship Lin Port Tampa to Key West, Havana. Mobile and Jamaica;.'Fort

c RALEIQH, May I;.-Augustus Bauer, Without A Rival.As from ships at sea and now furnish Myers, Manatee River and St. Petersburg.B. .

one of the best known architects in a positive cure forsprains,bruises, reports of complete success of the W. WRENN Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, GL

North one hand Carolina and a pistol held a in lookingglass the other and in and pains of all kinds Salvation Oil experiment. ....- F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent:; 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .

shot himself in the temple. Bauer had ]tae no equaL )Ift'. Frank Juif 518 Safety for Women.

repeatedly said he would commit sui- Gratiot Ave. Detroit Mich., writes : Tansy, Pennyroyal and Cotton Root --- -

a'a, dde. He was an avowed atheist. "I used Salvation Oil in my family Pills remove all suppressions and Ir-
4
,. BKACTORT, N. C.. May 11.-Captain and can say it has no rival as a liniment regnl&riUe $1 per box. For particulate -

Allen Mayson of the schooner Alert, ; it cettaluly cures pains. I address Dr. Frank Edmondson -tfb

and many others of the ocean fleet report sprained my ankle and it cured me Atlanta Ga. ml1-5m .
hearing heavy cannonading off 5outhernRailway
and since then I have always used it
Lookout
Cape they counting 47 distinct
shuts. Much excitement and alarm is for any pains and bruises/' SalvationOil Years ;

felt here, as our harbor has no protection is sold for only 25 cents. No other Over Thirty

whatever.BnunxoRAX. remedy will do the work as promptly.The ,

Ala., May 12.-General Without Sickness.
Charles M. Shelly of Birmingham form. readers of this I a er will be MOST EXOELLOT SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

erly congressman from the Selma district pleased to learn that there is at less
l'J:. II. WI-T'J.nI,., veil-Known,
states that he will be a candidate one dreaded disease that sciencehts NORTH EAST WEST.
for the Democratic nomination for mterprising:; citizen of I!>nui, 111., ,
governor beep able to cure in ail its stage, and
writes: "lirfore I laid much atteittion
I of Alabama in 1900, at the expiration
of Governor' that Is Catarrh Hairs Caiarrh Cu e is to regulating the bowels, 1
Joseph F. Johnston'ssecond
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOK CARS, DINING CARS,
t term.CARJtpLLTOJr.. the only positive cure Known to the hardly knew a well tlaj; but since 1 THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.

Ga. May 16.-About medical fraternity. Catarrh being the learned the evil re-

10:30 o'clock a m the barn of J. W. constitutional di?ea*t.noulres a constitutional / Riiltsofronstipatioii,
::) "
Baskin caught fire. In the barn were irelrnent. Hall's Catarrh Cure and tlu' r'mc..oyof "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED.

the little sons of Sheriff Gammon and T1aro c1a V ft1tu)-d Drtwlaf-Room Sle plBf Cart bvtwtea Tampa ad Sew York
. Mr. Baskin. Gammon's son was burned is taken internallv. actin directly upon fe"7 M\YER'S4Jf via Jae&lOay1l1..t ......Ia..d Colnmbu. without chuC""UNITED .
the blood and surfaces
mucous or
' to a crisp. The clothing ol Baskin ''I 1'itS!! 11m\enot had STATES FAST MAIL.0 i
the the
son was burned off and the system, thereby destroying
boy was one tla\.s sickness PuUm.n DrawtAr-Room Buffet Sleeping Can between JaelrtODY1D. tad Few York
fatally hurtFLOREXCE. foundation of the disease, and giving

Ala., May 11.-Charles the patient strength by building up the ; for over thirty attack years Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottcsville.

Horton a farmer aged 53. shot and mortally constitution and assisting nature in doing not one Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.
a this
':'t ria rot readily yield to
wounded his 22-year-old wife near its work. TJ.e proprietors have so '",'If>' ,I'". 'Iv' ire had been previ- Pnn.m Dr.w1irR ora 81..ptnr Can to Macon. AtUola. Ch tt noof. n4ClnctBBU.
(' the :Muscle Shoals canal because she .with slow onoteUoa for Lou n." tad tb. N.rtbw.st.
h confidence its"ul'81ivOwen
mu in invalid for if
, .a to 0111' marriage. an
persisted in going to work in the field
. in his stead he being sick. Horton Wft that they offer One Hundred !h.h"s .--j. .."IIP |II:;,"| a prejudice against;: Also Through; Pullman Sleeping Cars to \

immediately after the shooting and has for any cash that it fails to cure.: 04t ., ". rti-a. (to'lt as roon as she began Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville, Through the i

k not been apprehended. list or teet'monnl*. i '" -!1'( AT'S Pills! her health war
I "LAND OF THE SKY." ?
jACtsojr, Miss., May 11.-The First Address, F. J. CHENEY Co *I' :red."

;, regiment of :Mississippi volunteers has do, O. CJjf= -:nfd by all Drusrtrisis. TOle-I; '
been mobilized here 1,000 strong. The ftr_.-! taNrnitloa M t. !.!... b2a:>t. 'lee1:, ear rcs.ritoaf. .to. app1Tto
i rejections will probably be fully 50 per When Mature j rYER'S f S.MM.f iM ftociBSKv Railway or tu coanrctton. .

tr cent. The regiment will be commanded Needs nftflstanceit may te best to rcn- : ___- \

; by Colonel George M. Goran. The See. .fer It promptly but one fhoul: r*. L. A. 8a1PMU,19ssila Paw' Agt. 212 West Bay Street Jscksouvfflt.. Fix

end Mississippi regiment will not be menilwr tn ui- the uw-t llerf.tt r..iM- :' Cathartic PHto I. GULP. W. A. TURK. S. H. HARD WICK,

'. mobilized for a week or more.PIXSACOLA edkonto when t'ttt ; &1 and World fair.la 1r..hlatca.x,. Q \ ltilBJtCB.! a C AtlMi,Os
tw' Fla, May 1C.-In the an i tuost gimpid n-l KHUII remedy t81 i : D.ploma..t!

town of Chipley, on the Pensacola and t-e 41 rup or Fit; :* manufactur"d by the. Htjttre Strugtlt.tlkl Ajer $s.- May i, 1895I .
Atlantic railroad, about 120 miles east ('.,.f -rui Fitf Syrup Co.

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Captain Whit De) Says the Po IbUlty laAaUelpaUd
Interesting Items from Here and
bllrltUh Authorities.Captain Catarrh.

A. S. Whitney, in chargeof Orangeshave There Relating to the Weed.

the arsenal at Melbourne Australia, I. Catarrh is one of the most obstinate
c went through Pittsburg to Washingtonthe The following tobacco talks were delivered diseases, and hence the most difficultto

1 other day to call on President Me- found out that only by at the meeting of the Horticultural get rid of. *.
There is but to- It.
Society in Orlando oneway rare
said recently:
Kinley. Captain Whitney :
I The disease is in the blood
and all the
"My trip is the result of the I1ispano- the liberal use of ferti.!_.v-r containing Jud e D. I. Puling, of Sanford, J:3vea sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures

11Ew American war. Speaking as a private most Interesting address on tobacco, in the world can have no permanent

citizen I would say that the British authorities 10% and over J actual lie said he is very much Interested in effect whatever upon it. Swift's Specific

anticipate as a possibility that cures Catarrh permanently,for it iJ
f RttMI T. your war may become worldwide and this matter of tobacco, because he was :. the only remedy which can reach the

TATEb ,H Ali that our government will be forced to an orange grower, but now the Industry disease and force it from the blood.

take a part. I carry to the president PotaEJ is gone and we must turn attentionto Mr. B. P. Me.\Ulster, of Uarrodsbur,
had Catarrh for
Ky.,
requests from the Australian government something that will improve our con jean. lie writes:
THE EXCELLENCE: OF SYRUP OF FIGSis I could see no Improvement whatever
for passports through your arsenals He has ha! an experience of though w_ cont ntljr I treated with cnrart ,

due not only to the originality and and naval stations, mainly to makea can they raise large crops of twenty-four years in the tobacco fields. and rut inhaling washes, and mnrdlrin differ-

simplicity of the combination, but aloto friendly study of your methods of fact I could feel thai
the care and skill with which it is gunmaking and naval architecture. Aft. well flavored, richly: colored The rules of tobacco:growing: are fixed .w,-h winter I was wor*.

manufactured by scientific processes er seeing all that the American government To follow' these rules means success;10 run 4'tnally the rear It prttlou was

known to the CAUTOBMA FIG Sate will allow me to see in the United fruit I depart from them will result in lailu.e brought to my notice

Co. only,and we wish to impress upon States I to the Canadian arsenal at In A Hint latarrbwa.abIOO\j,
go We have some "p 'rinJ citvii.... 'mil I planting the v'uelta Abajo, imported itm-ase and after think
all the importance of purchasing the pamphlets ins; over the matter. I
calling on Mr. Laurier before
Quebec .
this seed should sowed
on ubject. 1 11.t. IC :ci :bend be because MW U wa reasonable
true and As the -
original remedy. going to London to report. for them. if to expect to b*eared by
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufacturedby seed will degenerate in a few years, oQ hlch
"This war has opened up great possi trichPddathe only
GERMAN: k.Ll \> UKksn r surface. I
the CALITOKXIA Fia Srnur Co. I bilities. The most pleasing thing aboutit replanting in this country. lu the ,. -th,'" decided<< to try
only,. a knowledge_of that fact_ will is the frendliness between the governments N'Vftn a>; N w Yak Cjl'e. f the Sumatra a better grade of S:S.8.,and of..r a f.>w bottles were used i no
tired ar..r..nri.I.I.nn..n..nt. ... .. "nUn..ln...... ..
assist
one in avoiding the worthless --- -' --- -- ---
of Great Britain and the United tobacco is secured after the eeed hat the remedy, thr 1i 4-a",' wa forced out of my
imitations manufactured by other par- States. Suppose then I should try to Great Tobacco. become system and a cnn,i..'*> cure wa the result
ties. The high standing of the CALIFORNIA acclimated by two or three I adrift all who hit H' !Iii_ .inartful disease Uj
learn how effective the United States Senor del Castello fine abandon theirl ..al treatment.which has De.,.i
Fio SFKCP Co. with the medical who owns a years ot replanting in this country. ,
done them .
could be, I rejoice at the Manilla vic any rood and take IJ. 8. 8. a rem
profession, and the satisfaction tobacco plantation near Moultrie, recently lu ptepariug the seed for planting, it edy that can reach the disease and cure it."
But I it
tory. am was so easilywon. To
sorry
continue the treatment for
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has If the United States had had a sent some samples of his cropto should be mixed with corn meal until Catarrh is tocontinue wrong to suffer. Swift's

given the to millions of families, makes harder fight, they would, perhaps commence F. E. Stock-bridge, Ph. D. of the toe meal assumes darker color, Theuptiiker Specific is a real blood remedy, and
of the
the name excellence Company of its remedy.a guarantyof It is building a more formidable fleet United State Agriculture Station at gave full directions for planting -i cures obstinate, deep-seated diseases,

far la adv:1nce of all other laxatives, than they might be led to build under Lake City. Senor Castello is now in Mud caring for the young): plants. whatever which other upon.remedies It promp0"have no-effect acheaCatarrh.and
In from
as it nets the liver and the circumstances. coming east receipt ot his of which the following I
on kidneys, reply, Seed beds should be started as eur.y MMJauuaiv. never fails to cure even the
San Francisco I have noticed a general
bowels without irritating or weaken extract most aggravated rases.
is an : In transplanting he has
that the United States could
ing them, and it does not gripe nor feeling
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial whip the world on the water. It is n "On receipt, the package of tobacco learned 1 to pay no attention to the cou- S.S.S! aBIOOd

effects, please remember the name of grave mistake to encourage this over was taken to the sweating room of ditiou ot the weather. lie prepaies

the Company: confidence. Admiral Sampson's fleet :Messrs Hart & Greer, and portions of his land, and when ready to set his is Purely Vegetable, and is the only

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. meeting a fleet of equal size mannedby the same were bituned and placed in plants he first moisten the spot where blood remedy guaranteed to contain no
Englishmen or French or German dangerous minerals.
.AN rit'CI.CO. C.L sailors would have a fearful battle before bulk for cunog. After being thoroughly the plant it to be set, then makes "a Books mailed free by Swift Specific

LntriSVILLE. Kj. SEW TOKC M.T. victory. sweated, and cured, the tobacco was hole with the dibble, puts in the plant Company, Atlanta. Georgia.

t "The lesson of this is at once the be- critically examined and tested with this and packs the dirt firmly about It.

ginning of a navy equal to the task of final result: The quality of the leaf is Then six or eight inches away he THE VOICE OF THE OREGON.

PALATKA defending American interests in a war very superior, aroma, texture and the thrusts the dibble into the ground in
of immense proportions, which is not so
color being particularly irood. '
unlikely as some might imagine. In an oblique position until the point You have called to ,me, my brothers,

< this, of course, I am looking at the question This tobacco was grown at Murai, reaches point immediately beneath from your far off eastern sea,

from an American standpoint" near Moultn4. Senor Castello is so the plant. Into this hole he pours To
join with you, my brothers to eeL a
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Philadelphia Press.Bucklen's muce pleased and encouraged by his water freely, and closes. the opening
prostrate people free.
.M the direct IMf hut crop, that he is planting on much with dirt. The moisture will remain
Arn'ca Salre. You have called to me, my brothers, to -
larger scale ihl year. Senor Roca, at below the plant for thirty days. It
trtrel betweeij The Best Salve In the world for Cn'F. join to yours my might, .
Casacola. here
near is a.so crowing a had done so in his ground during the
The
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, slaughterers of our brelhreo'wItb
similar fine crop of tobacco, and the yresenl drought The after treatment
New York Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, armored bands to smite.
two plantations are creating a great .of the crop is generally well known to
Chilblains and all Skin Eruption,
deal of interest in the Industry in this growers. .. tv-i have never met my brothers. we
and Piles or no re-
pofrtively cures pay
section,-Times-Union and Citizen. The entire 'dress was full of practical mailed knights of the sea; .
quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect -
satisfaction or money refunded Soon Helped Her. suggestion, and should be published But there are no stranger, brother,,
Havana ( u-ath the ltaan r of the Free
Price 23 cents per box. For sale by "My daughter had what at first re-ru and put into the bands of evert And ; I
half
though world's
Ackerman & Stewart. grower m the &,.."". Jud e Puling wan a between iu
ed like cold. She
a severe gradually
grew -
and tea thousand divide
., leagues .
of lobatto \\ ,
a
VXA. became and grower in scoolOiu fact
__ worse, pale rmac'at- Our souls '
are intermingled
ed and was troubled with (1.1.1810 her twenty tears. He has had experience and our
Johnson'sChill hearts are side by aide. .
Jacksonville side. I began giving her Huod's Bar- In North anaN eat Florida, and lie is

saoarilla and it helped her in a very satisfied that all valla of this state ate Did you fail to can r. ebrolhdi': 4iwer

and sbo..t thee and now she is well. MRS.LorsiA adap'ed to the production of high- a fault without atone.

Tampa and A. SHORT, Orlando, Florida grade tobacco. It would not do, however 'Twas but just to me, mv broihf, you

neverTonic to plant on low, wet land. The should not strike alone '

Key West I HOOD'S PILLS cureall' liver ill*. Mailed best situation is what may be called i The brethren in the' slaugber were no

for 25c; by C. I. Hood & Co., Low- sweet pine land, with a yellow sab- more thine than mine,

Railway e'l. Mass. soil. Too much potash should be ,And the blows that visit veoxeauce

A Davis and Sparkman. avoided, and only a moderate amountof most be mine as well as ihtne.

Leeslnrg Commercial. fertilizer is needed.
Worth
Cures FeverIn I ,"IEWS OF DR STOCK&KIDGK. Through davs of olacid btHuty fend
and Everything politically points to the
Prof. Stockbridsre full wed Judgrhilini nights when tempest lobe, '<-
re-nomination and re-election of S. M. :

South One Day. Sparkman and R.V.. Davis. It ap ;. lie believed that tobacco can lollow dowu the billow.ui) guide, the

Line in all of Florida Southern (;
but he rob1i
peace that those who would like to sue- qe grown pans ,
Through Geed these gentlemen as Congressmenhave does not believe that the ben grade Past lauds of quiet spleudur, where,

the Dtiwcj Babies. too much good sense to let the can be grown in all parts of the state. pleasant waters lave; "-

The naming of babies for the victorious fact be known until there is a betttu There is a difference In the characterstics Past lauds whose mountain ramparts.

admiral of the Asiatic squadron has of Sumatra and Cuban tobacco. fling back the crashing. wave.
Heart Florida! prospect than at present. It will be an
i already begun. Representative Adolph The Sumatra should not by transplant rt
Meyer of New Orleans had a telegramrecently almost useless waste of time and mon- But I see no land of splendor and I see
ed before the middle of May, while} the
to hold conventions to re-nominate land of wrath
t from one of his admiring con ey no ; ,
Cuban be in March
Ask stituents announcing the birth of a son. Sparkman and Davis. Why not let can transplanted I see before me only the ocean's bearing -

He would have named the youngster the chairman of each committee declare as it will stand the spring drought bet- path,

tar solely in honor of the Louisiana representative ter. He thought the burning of the
them nominated and the voles And I plunge along that pathway like
but in view of the great tri- seed beds labor and expense lost lie
ricketsia will do the ? Jacksonville Me- the
rest
a giant to fray
umph at Manilla he deemed it advisable has tested both methods with equally.results

the J. T. 4b K. W. to honor Admiral Dewey also. tropolis. but the the Who bath no stomach in him foi. aught
good plants on unburned -
Therefore the son will bear the name Sparkman and Davis will be nominated that might delay.
beds cost less than half those \
of Hommadger.-Wash.
Dewey Meyer all right The signs of the

Nrite the General Passenger ington Post. times point that way very strong. grown on beds that had been burned I am nearing you, my brothers for the

Recent analysis of Florida tobacco western sea's afar,
Hut if Mr. Sparkman is as populat In I
for Information.O Let Lee LOOM show that only about one-third as And the ray that lights my couue now
Agent Lee loose Mr. his district as "our Uob" is in thin dii-!
Now Fitz-Hngh
turn much fertilizer is needed In this state is the gleaming Northern Star,
President and let him march on Havanaat tnct, the people in convention will insist -
Coffin G as is recommended, and has been found I pray you watt, raj brothers, for the
DJckely the head of an army of invasion. on the privilege and the pleasure -
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Blanco knows the stuff Leo is made of of malms the nominations. Here's to essential in the Connecticut Valley. air with war is rife,

G.II.I... Supttndtnt. Gut and the Spaniard will know what to our worthy Congressman.When These[ analyses show that the following And in courtesy of knighthood I claim
l'uSlltrr11
expect if he hears that Lee is headed for formula it! about what is required In (o share the strife.
wear begins to exceed
the palace.-St Louis Republic. repairin ,
JACKSONVILLE.MADE Florida
your body you iLl e going to fall tick. : 10 the winds; that blow about me the

The signs of it arc: loss of flesh palenesp Cotton-seed meal, 010 lbs; sulphateof voices of the dead
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Johnson's Chill and Fever weakness, nervousness eta The. potash, lax Ibs" acid phosphate, .' Are
calling to me, brothers, to urge
ME A MANiAJAX repair needed is focd. You think you 191bs. 'I.
Tonic is a ONE-DAY my topmost speed.
and feel that This Is sufficient for one acre.
TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBE eat enough yet you you
__ Iw.naw-Faihaa 11...- In the loam that's upward dying m
_poNoc7.61..pl.une.eto, _.... Cure. It cures the most war out more tissue, energy, nerve :
"- .* or otbar Etee.-.n ladlr Enterprising Druggists. whirling wreaths of while};*--
T *r 4..lelcrsr force than your food makes lor you.
..Loat torstffdlbe.lne.oe Vital: d-I stubborn case of Fever in The difficulty.is that you do not dIgest There are few men more wide awake These wraiths o! murdered:'brother

iBaanltr and Cb..umotloa ft and enterprising than Ackerman Sc beckon onward to. the fight
serious
er ahcnra immediate .pt..*. 24 flours. enough. And this is BO it is
set aad affaoU a CUSS vbar all otter f ail IBaiat Stewart, wbo spare no pains to secure
npoai b.rtm. the .ravin AJas TabMa. TbaybacmradthoaaaB4aa4willovrariM. worth sitting down seriously to think I am coming to you, brothere,'wait buta
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Lit..writta....,...u.e to affact. ran Cfl Uavi"a. about If you can't digest what you the best of everything in their line little while
,.,. _.,. PricaOU TS.p.rs.ck.a.t ,
ead 01' .4 tt* Teachers' Examination. for their many customers. They now
eat, take a few dose of Shaker :Digestive
fall for :
or IoU pk-- traataiaiitt VAJAX"5SviSD Br And on the thunders of
... our greeting
''.ML'''. YCO.-t"of, ? N.-\ar!l.a&.. An examination of applicants to ob- Cordial. The effect of It will b* baTe the valuable agrney far for Dr.King' shall the God of Vengeance smile;

tain teachers, let, 2d and 3d grade to increase your flesh and make yon New Discovery consumption And
hr Gals I. h1&tb by and colds. This is the in the flashing and the crashing
certificates, will he held in Palatka, feel stronger. Yon won't fall sick. coughs
Apkenntn It Stewart, DrugsisU.ChU for Putnam County onTtJE5DAT' Proof that it Is in control of your re- wonderful remedy that I* producing the universe shall see
all the Itsma.ny How we pay our debts of honor we
JUNETlh 1888, patrapparatus. It's easy enough to such a furor over country by :

test this for yourself. Take. few bottle startling cures. It absolutelycures mailed knight of the sea.
Why t8ktlJttJJI I I to open at o'clock:: a. m. Examinees of Shaker Digestive Cordial.At athma, bronchitis, hoarseness -n. J. D. Browne, in X. Y. Sun.

& Fever Ton** will provide themselves with pens, ink druggists, price 10 cents to 1 per. and all other affections of the throat,

and !legal cap paper before entering upon bou'e. chest and loops. Call at the above a..t5lTOILl.A.. .. .

rse it cures the their work. Tncv W. RAI.I'II.Superintendent.. AA.5tTORI11. And set trial bottle free YoI
d I drug store a or Boo" Karl 'is bat'
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c;: Jborn case 1SSS. td Bears tlls 1tt Kiad Yea Hate 1leats Bert .. a regu'ar size for :;> <' an rE'f'ntltd.1 %!. Guaranteed -I !( at;; # : F
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.. 'TrirIMESHERALD, JPUBL.ISHKD J KRIDA.YS. The Mayor's action in calling together -I For County Treasurer FEARNSIDE & CO :

J" the citizens of Palatka for the pur- To the Democratic voters of Putnam County: ,

.. pose of remedying'whatever depletion I hereby announce myself a candidate for ,
of Treasurer subject
the nomination itounty
(HAS. B, KENDALL, Editor and Proprietor: to the approval of the Democratic primaries *.
may have been caused in the fire department -
.: aBTJBSCRrnOX _.__.___-_ and repectfuUy your upport.Very re pmfnlJT Headquarters For. .
... \ by the departure of the Gem April IX 1W8. 8.J. K YaERt.For .
BATE-On Tear $1.00. Sir
months, M Cent Three Mon 29 OenUBabtcnptlan City Guards teas not only a very timelyone
.*da.In advance. the Office of County Treasurer.To .
.---- but worthy of commendation, and the TOten of Putnam County: CLOTHI NG I IGents'

All aavertUlnjr bills r come due pro rata TIlE TUIES-IIERALD feels that it will I hereby announce myself a candidate for re- ,
Very month, Special and short time payable election to the bore named office,subject to the
a ad TaJtCe. be highly appreciated by our citizens.At action of the Democratic primaries. HaYing
AU - sooner order,or rcrtetered etter. this time when people all over the my official duties faithfully, and I feel with Furnishings
satisfaction to the people of the County,I bar ,
country are seemingly losing their no hesitancy In sol1e1tinglour support in the i
KIND, WORDS FOR DR. CRILL. coming respectfully,
neads in their eagerness to dream over J.CERfKtES, SB.
Palatka, Fla..April 22, ISM And
We notice many of our exchanges! are and discuss war questions and each fel' Tailoring.LEMON I

making mention of Dr. Cnli In connection low wants to and does tell the other one For County Tax Collector.

with the Putnam Senatorship, and Low Dewey did it,"and ho* Sampsonwill nomination I hereby as announce Tax Collector myself of a Patna-n candidate County for, STREET. PALATKA FLA. \

'' without an exception their comments blow the Spanish fleet out of the subject to the action of the J.Democratic BLACKWELL.primar, .

April 19th. 1898.
are very complimentary. Here is what seas, it is refreshing to find some one

the DeLand News has to say of him: who thicks of something else. It seems For Tax Assessor.I .

I "Dr. E. S. Crill, of Palatka, w a cantfate that the great, masses of people have inatlon hereby to the announce office of my Tax candidacy Assessor for of re Putnam-nom- THE S. E. BOND CO

for Senatorial honors from Putnamfcounty. forgotten that they still have duties at County subjectto the action of the Democrat
I Primaries.and resi>ectf ully solicit the support ,
Dr. Grill's name was of the voters of the County.
home and that matters of vital import' I UEO. F.BULLARD.
{ brought prominently before the people I LEADERS IN:' LOW PRICES -
ance in which they should feel deeply I
two,years ago as chairman of Col. Dan For County Tax Collector.To .
campaign committee. Dr. Crill Is' concerned will continue notwlthstand IN __
the Democratic Toters of Putnam County
ati mon pure Democrat and fully deserving the war, to arise in the future as ever I hereby announce myself candidate for Dry Goods, Notions and Gents Furnishin
re-nomlaatlon for the office of Tax Col-
County
of any honors the party may; in
the
past. lector of Putnam County,subject to the approval
eeJfc fit to bestow upon him." of the Democratic l"rtmariu.and respectfully OUR
THE!: TIMESHERALD also notes with solicit)'ouuul>l'Ort. Yours truly,
The Sanford Chronicle says: F.C.BLA>CHARD. Dress Goods Department attracts the Ladies.
pleasure that the Mayor has shown a
j. "Uon. E. S. Crill, formerly State disposition to enforce the ordinance For County Treasure! It is a fact that we have the NEATEST, BEST

Treasurer, is likely to be the next Senator ; whi,.h To the Democratic voter of Putnam County: and CHEAPESTnovelties in Spring and Summer

from Putnam county. From the regarding sanitary regulations, Gentlemen: By the advise of my friends J Dress Goods in the city. .
hereby announce myself a candidate for the .
manner iq which the Democracy is selecting was also timely and highly comraendai nomination of County Treasurer,subject to the
in material this it is evi approval of the Democratic Primaries. I bee to OUR
year,
thank Democratic friends for the
my generous
dent that only tbe best men will be ble.It support given a e on a former occasion and resptctfully Imported Laces and Embroideries attract
is true that it
is a Mayor's duty to ask a continuance of their valued
chosen next time, and among these support Yours for sound Democracy the attention of all.
attend to these matte *,but when a man J.1.MMLLUM.Cisrton. .
none will command more influence thanE. Fla.,April 25th. 1808. OUR
."S. CrilL "lie is a good man In every perform his duty be deserves com
.; sense of the word-faithful to every mendation. For the. Lower House.To Shoe Department is full of the Best and Lat-
the Voters of Putnam County est of Ladies
1 trust. Putnam will honor itself In bon- --- By solicitation and seeing the necessity of Styles Gents, Misses and Child-
oring E. S. Crill." Now, since we have really gone to having a representative from this side of the rens Fine and Medium Priced Shoes.
county I come before you as a candidate for the
war, the question of annexation has become lower house,subject to the discretion of the malor OUR
part of the Democratic voters of this county.
BETTER TIMES. a serious one. We may even Thanking my friends for the support they gave Gents Furnishings are up-to-date, Consist-
roe in my previous candidacy I leave the matter
The large expenditures of the have to take tbe Philipine Islands Into with them. Respectlnlly JAS. P.! APPLEBY. ing of the very Latest Styles and at Prices

\ ernmeot m the prosecution or GOV-1 our territorial embrace. They are that defy Competition.

:.'...Will make business belter by worth having on commercial grounds, A story.. in which there is a thread of --
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:"and increasing the circulation of mon- if the objections on other points can be romance is now being told of Admiral It is ,estimated that the war with !

ey,.:the life blood of,commerce. It will overcome. The groupe is composed of Dewey. According to report, when a Spain is costing the United States S2- Pale People, Attention.

:. ;: nkrea&e the volume of money, making mote than one thousand islands, and young man he loved a beautiful girl 000,000 a day. Ail of which will have

"'It Po alb'e for thoee engaged in busi- sugar hemp and tobacco are raised in who in turn bad an affection for and to be charged up to profit and loss. You Look Pale !

,pees Industries to employ labor at remunerative large quantities. About one-tenih of later married a Spaniard. If this is Eccl Tired ?

the population is Spanish:) and Creole. f..A Texas paper pilots this:
; wages. The working clases *- true, it is evident that when he went Got Spring Fe"crlY
The rest is native and, Chinese. It Uncle Sam to Spa:QBiJtJct off Ibis
will become consumers of the products Into the engagement with tbe Spanish

of the farm and factory an well, would not be practical a long time to fleet Dewey remembered'toraetbins: be- continent and our Blood

producers.. {The decline in the,price of bring this mixture into full-fledged citizenship side the Maine. little quick about C-U-B'ItJ"! Needs a Tonic.Take .

real estate will be arrested temporarily of tbe United States. Thatwuld a bottle of

if not permanently. As renta are bet- not, though, keep us from administering Professor J. M. Guilliams has sent in The pen may be mightier than the Quaker Remedy Go's
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ter paid there will be some encouragement territorial government his resignation as principal of the Jasi I II I sword, but it Isn't half as killing as a J ....IRON PILLS....

to owners of houses and lands to that would improve the condition of tbe i ip per Normal Institute to take effect I pretty typewriter.
Gives strength and tone to-
ople. If we didn't like the June after which he to the entire
.-', Impmve their estates. goods we I 17lb expects ---- ---- system and makes ruddy! cheeks and
could sell or trade 'em. I IDon't leave this state. Professor W. A. Lit' "What's in a name ?" The word rich, red blood.
". J'TI1E.'VATER II bitters" does not indicate
always
; HYACINTH AGAIN. I tie will also leave tbe state and estabiish 100 Pills
something harsh and disagreeable 100 Doses
lose head gentle reader. ,
your ,
.J" D. Williamson of Jackson himself; at Abbeville, Ga. Prickly Ash Bitters is proof of this. tt FRICE
.
FIFTY
c.. fPTllle in these trying days and neglect your CENTS.
Id his as to the effect of cleanses strengthens and regulates the
report
work however insignificant it may be. The political pot is beginning to boil system thoroughly yet it is so pleasant Costs little lb give them a trial-why

the water hyacinth upon the general The proper authorities will see to it in good fashion, and candidates are he most delicate stomach will not ob- not.derful All wishing to test its won- l
health before the Jacksonville Board merits, must call on
that the country's honor is vindicated, coming to the front right along. As Ject to it. Sold ov Ackerman&; Stewart. I
; Trade last week claimed that instead of
for they have more at stake than any will be seen in our announcement coli ACKERMAN & STEWART.I
being a menace to health the water by. Palatial a Good Point.
'" private individual. If they blunder, umn today,Jas. P.Appleby announces ,
acinth while in a live condition is a Dr. E. S, Crill, as President of the WAOLESALE AND RETAIL
they will get all the blame; if they succeed himself a candidate for the lower house, Board of Trade, and Geo. E. Gay, as
benefit. He states Drugs. Seed Paints
that devour ; lad Wall
they great will be their credit. Let us subject to the action of the primaries. Mayor of tbe city, have been makingan Paper.
much of the filth and
poisonous gases all perform the duty that lies nearest at effort this week to secure some of

..(' that come. from sewers and drainages hand. If the country needs more eol- The Florida Philosopher Crescent the troops here, it having been given LING WAH.

emptying into the nver. diers millions City said in its last issue: "The Pa- out that Tampa could accommodate no
are eager to obey its
call. But they must be fed and clothed latka TUIES- EnALD wants a poor farm more the water supply having run First-Glass CillOSO h I Laundry!
WHORE BROTHER CROSBY ? /rtifjor hort. No point in the state offers a .
and armed. That Is for the folks at poorbouse established in Putnam, better location for such a purpose than FRONT i r., PALATKA, FLA.

.. In last week's issue of the San Mateo home to do. The man who stays at county. We certainly ought to have 'alatka. We have every advantage to Firstclassyork guaranteed.

a Item' Editor. Crosby tells Tux TIMES- home from the proper motive and such an institution m this county." I offer, and an abundance of the very Work done on short notice.

HERALD --- best and purest water in the elate.
that the Spaniards have land.
cheerfully does his part to bold up the
The Democratic Club of, XewYork, General Wade is now on the east
ed.or rather.intimates that THE TIMES- lands of tbe Government deserves '
as I' recently elected Admiral Dewey as an coast looking out for a location, and he

HERALD did not know the Spaniards much credit as the one who goes to the'ronu honorary member under the impression has been asked to come here. 'Con

had,I; landed. Certainly we did not. The latter could not go if some gressman Davis has alto been requested JetjiSEED.
that he was a Democrat. It turns out,
Fill Brother Crosby please tell us In.. did not stay at home and support him to push Palatka's claim.Memorial .
I however, that he is a Republican.A .
hit next issue
where the Spaniards Day.

landed" ? The Floridian.Tallanassee. truthfully patriotic Tennessee editor says: Veteran Post G. A. R. of this city at r
%;!f "The Florida grow paying crop because they're
: schools
says public
are heir regular meeting Tuesday evening
TIMES-HERALD "We did not help Admiral I
\TnE owes an apology Dewey fresh and always th. bue. For I
justly the pride of tbe state at large. took the initial step to suitably observe j
to its readers for not publishing in sinkiug Spanish cruisers in Manila but sale everywhere. Refuse lubaUtatea.
and the great efficiency these schools Memorial Day. May the 30th. The Stick to Ferry'. needs and prosper.
last week's issue the roster of the Gem I we sunk several schooners in his
Confederate Veterans, The Ladies Memorial ibis! Seed Annual free. Write for it
It largely due to the wise and judicious .
City Guards as they went to Tampa OD honor. Society The Daughters of the 0. ... FERRY CO.,Octroi Mich.
of lion. W. N. SheMs.le .
Thursday nl,hL We had been promIsed management Confederacy, tbe school children, and
has labored constantly and effec A Madrid paper declares that "Spam;
the list by L'eutenant Ramsaur the Mayor with tbe general public will
I ively until be has placed the public will win in the long run." Well this be invited to participate.
who no doubt, found his hands too full BOWLING CONTEST !
school system of Florida upon a high 1I isn't going to be a running match as Jar The Veterans will attend church in a

", on Thursday to prepare it; and we made I plane of excellence. as our fellows are concerned. body Sunday evening the 20th at the i
an effort to secure it from
Captain Lucas tInt Baptist church. A NEW FEATURE ATilaillon's

who refused to furnish it in time Governor Bloxham has appointed Those people who complain that the Another Excursion.

foilastJFndaj' issue. However, for: John Y. Delwiler. of Sew Smyrna to newspapers spell Manila with one 1 There will be a union Sunday school Bowling Alley
be State Fish Commissioner. No bet-
s the benefit of our many traders should remember that Dewey knockeda excursion to St Augustine on Tuesday,

throughout the e- selection could have been made, as 24th Round GO chile Beginning April let a suitable
lay cents
trip
county we publish it little 1 out of }Manila Sew dais ago. prize
this week. Mr. DetwTer is thoroughly familiar then 30 cents. will be awarded to the player makings

with his duties, and a very well postedman The annUl' man is !learning more Q1'1f3TOR.IA.: he best average of any ten game

Hon. J. M. Barco is A candidate for on all matters relating to the Ihn aboil geography tDe.e days than De Bears tk. Kid Yon ihw filwrn BrgMs : bowled to May let

.Elate Ep&tu. ct; ,Come out and win the prize. Open
Treasure Industry. ever knew before. 1; .
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OUR COUNTY EDITORS1IELROSE. Admiral Manila. Dewey's great vtctory at farther a bad contracted.state, and Things a head seem will to loon bin I ,........,

The song "MarchlD Through Cuba" come to.

"' by the Misses Fannie Peck, Ethel Mr. Cotter is putting up a fine windmill ;

Morrison and Dora Webb and Messrs of sixty feet, and will soon be in ON'T FEEL RIGHT t

Arnold Harmon and lieo. Bagley was shape to get along rain or no rain. I ii '

MKX.ROSE Fla., Mar 17.-Mallard worthy of praise. The programme Five dollars reward is offered lo any;

McCullough is attending school at !v- closed by a pantomime entitled "Yan- person who can make sense or nonsense I Do you wake up in the morning tired

erness.II. kee Doodle". The regular Post- out of what "Heavy Ordnance" and unrefreshed? Do you perform your r '

C. Bemett, of Interlachen. spent .meeting was then held. wrote two weekago. lie undoubted! 4 I dally duties languidly? Do you miss the

Sunday with his parents. Mr. Ray Squires met with a very meant to say something funny, and utter t yours snap, ?vim If this and describes energy that your was condition once It C

Whileat ;y failed to express it so one could .
Mrs. John Alderman has returned painful accident last Saturday. you are In urgent Deed of .
make sense out of it. But if there are
work he stuck thorn into
from a visit .Gainesville. an orange
his foot, and as he was alone at home 1.000 head of hog, as he says, the tax i:
Mr. and Mrs. Merriam are now occupying
the Brown cottage. was obliged to bear his suffering until assessor bad better come around again: t t

his mother should return. Snnday for he only had about 200 assessed, and' PRICKLYASH

Mr. Itner and fAmUy have gone to as for wine who was it that Captain
,
morning: he was taken to D:. Peck who
Macon, Ga., to spend some time, prob- removed the thorn and dressed the Swift of the U. S. Steamer Fish Haw! Itt

ably several months. wound. We hope it may prove uoth- gave orders not to be allowed to com< '

Married, on Thursday evening, Man thing very serious. on his boat, because he sold wine to hi i

12th, Mr. M. Baldwin and Miss Emma YANKEE GIRL. sailors when he brought vegetables BITTERS

Moore, at the residence of the bride's beef, &c. I was asked the other day if t

parent, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore. DllAYTON ISLAND. I knew who LTeavy Ordnance" was i

The bride is an accomplished young wDnATTON I said no; why? lie says it is just Jim I THE SYSTEM CLEANSER AND REGULATOR.

lady, loved by all who know beef her ISLAND May 1C.-Xobodji Appleby. That accounts for it. t

many graces aud her purity and Crops are looking very well, and by Tour trouble arises In a clogged and torpid condition of the liver
reads anything at all but war news these and bowel which,if alluwed to continue will develop mala
sweetness of character and disposition. constant stirring the soil makes for other troublesome
up fevers kidney disorder or acme
days but one must do one's duty by the
,
The is of our prominent want of rain. disease. THICKLY ASH BITTERS drives out all
one
groom editor all the same. It IB said "misery trial poisonous Impurities strengthens the vital t
young men and hat many friends. Mr. I likes company," so it is a"little comfortto M:-. J. I. McCallum was through this I organs, promotes functional activity
and Mrs. Baldwin will make their section'of late, making a canvass for good digestion and vigor and
know that this is not the only place I energy of body and brain.
home at Oak Grove. the County Treasurer. That he would I A L.
FRESHMAN. where news is hard to find. We have
make a capable and deserving one noncan < I SOLD AT ALL. DRUG STOKES. '
not a great many people and they don'toften

Sour stomach, fullness alter eating,, do anything to "get themselves doubt.-...-BUCKEYE. !I ...{

flatulence are all caused by Imperfect in the paper." But recently they have A person ia prematurely old when .

digestion. Prickly Ash Bitters cor- all been going to "town." baldness occurs before the fortyfifthyear.
Use Hall's Hair Renewer to keep
rects the disorder at once, drives out On Thursday of last week Mr. Pullen the scalp healthy and prevent bald- ----

badly digested food and tones the went down and came back bubblingover ness.
Sole for the sale of the
THE ORANGE CROFT DAIRY CO are Agents
ctomach,liver and bowels. For sale by .with accounts of the gallant

Ackerman & Stewart.. Guards. Polar ,gf
Dr. Miles' Hedrt CureCures CreameryIN

Fromanother, source we hear that

CRESCENT CITY. the company hopes .to go through the a Prominent Attorney.IJJdVf FLORIDA: _

I wnole war and return unscathed, as a

of the members are so exceedingly
CRESCENT CITY, May 13. The mu- many

sicale given by the pupils of Miss Eliz. elusive that there is no possibility

of a Spanish bullet evet hitting any of
abeth Close last evening was a very

entertaining event. The participants them. i

all show the good results of Miss Fnday Mr. Reed took a trip to the :

Close'. careful training The following Gem City, and Saturday his two sons i --T

participated In the programme: Worth and Claude, went down to We- L l It Is the only device that controls-

laka to attend the meeting of the G. A. temperatareeandrefnaentebyu
Miss Mamie Lee Benham, Master of water only. Ice may be used
Lloyd Preston, Miss Alice Hutchinson, R. at Pomona. The two boys say they -- but cola it is not necessary if wafer ft-

Miss Marguerite Brown, Miss Mamie had a delightful time. ,
4l Apply for circular or call and tee sample at
Harvey, Miss Eva Lyon. Mrs. Parker also went down ore day ORANGE CROFT DAIRY.

The work of Miss Alice HutcMnson last week to visit her daughter.Mr. .
E. V.DUNHAM Manager Pal atka. Fla.
,
who has been uuder Miss Cl08e'stulorage -
Learned spent two days in Jack-
(P. O. Address Box 437).
for a year is particularly praise sonville in the delightful business of

worthy. house banting. I -
Miss Close' classes in Paiatka demand .
hied him & E.c. PHELPS the leadingpenaton
Monday our postmaster
so much attention that it will be attorney of Belfast. N. Y., writes:
away to enjoy the excitements of the A11 MI was discharged from the army on W. A. MERRYDAY
hereafter necessary for her to be ab.
world. account of 111 health and suffered from
sent a greater part of the week. heart trouble ever since. I frequently had '"
I Mrs. Pettit left us last week for fainting and smothering spells. My form .WHOLESALE. V"
K. M. White, Arthur Weaver, Luther . .
i Jacksonville where she will make her was bent as a man of 80. I constantly wore
Curtis, Redmond Gautier, Ernest 0'CaIn overcoat, In for fear of
an even
summer Flour Meal Grits
Grain
home In the future. Her friends wish
and a young man by the name of taking cold. I could not attend to my busi- Hay, ,
her much success. ness. My Vest was broken by severe pains
Kirby have volunteered with the Gem
about the heart and left shoulder. Three Orange Box and Building Material
We all regretting the departure
City Guards of I'alatka, and have left are years aro I commenced using Dr. Miles'

for Tampa with that company. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Learned who leave us Heart Cure,notwithstanding I had used to Agen1

White, who is member of the Guards, this week to make their home in Jack- much patent- medicine and taken drugs from
doctors for without being helped. Dr. Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
years
sonville. Both of them have hosts of
was instrumental raising the quota Miles Heart Cure restored me to health. It Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co., i ..
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here. T. friends all along this route who are Is truly a wonderful medicine and it affords Ray & Fickett Schooner Line,
.uny to lose them, and if there is anything me much pleasure to recommend this rem
(Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
Why take Johnson's In good wishes to bring buccess, edy to everyone.
Dr. Miles Remedies PALATK \ FLORIDA .
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they will certainly be happy and .
prosperous
sold all -
Chill & Fever Tonic are by druggists e .
I
in their new home. under a positive

Because it cures the The last time we reported the killing benefits guarantee or first money bottle rep | l I

most stubborn of snakes up here, one of the editors funded. Book on diseases ,RNtore,, ,
case had the impudence to insinuate that of the heart and | Florida East Coast Ry.
free. Address.
nerves
of Fever in ONE DAY.
beverages
our citizens indulged in peculiar DR. MILES MEDICAL 00.. Elkhart Ind. '
.t' so we registered a vow against TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1888.

snake stories, but it will perhaps be allowable : )
POMONA. SOUTH BOUND (Wad Down). OQTB BOUND (Rl'
to say that the coons go out II

fcr Sunday strolls on the public street VIGOR'MENEaiily.Quickty rOM Dam NOlJl' 8TATIOYS. Da1JrDalJy NO'llI-foll2,
POMONA, May 15 -Mr. L. A. Fox Q
here. Anyway one was seen leisurely 1 P k Lv............................ scksonvilis ......... ........ ....... Ar 65p iL 5E.
left last Friday for his home In Syracuse his in the direction of the Restored 4 lOp 10lOa Ar............................St.Aagn.ttne ............ .... ...... ..1.1' 185 915.
making way ,Permanently I Slip 10116& LT............................8, Augustine.......... ..... ..........Ar a lOp 910.iasp .
N. y. post office last Sunday, whether he got iseotdwitha IIIOa ......... ...... ............ :Kaii1aIT6ti ...... .... .... . ..LT' 1 1011&D
II. MAGNETIC NERVINE written guarantee I I5P Ar.:............................:.PTi.: ........... .. .-- 1'1110pi t TJ110p
Mrs. C. Smith toot her departure any mail or no was un-find-out- to Care nsomnu, Fits, Dimness, Hvsteria, I 10 ....... .. ............ ....... .Palatka .. ..... ... ..: ....Av'i b 9 30.
last week for Tampa where she will Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Lottcs. I tSp ILY. ....,.._E'&D v.teo................ .... ,,;T ..
able.We Failing Memory the result of Overwork,Worry e20 2.: ..... ...$anMateo.. .. .. .... .... .... ..... Ar e;: 1
meet her son and his family and will had last week which Stckness Errors of Youth or OveriDdaretKe.rice .... t Ps1 tka---: :2

o remain for some time. was much a needed good ram and very welcome. For. BOc.quick and, positive SI; 6 boxes and UstingresnH$5. *in Sexual 111y .. :.: : ..Ormond.......::... ::..... .. ... .... cr 1; 02s
Weakness, lay ,otenev. Nervous Debtlitv and Low i T 'I rt:::::\{ ). :;F-;:;: :...Port Daytona OT.nge i. : ::: i 52a
Miss Carrie Green left Friday, May It filled up cisterns and freshened veg Vitality, use YELLOW LABEL SPEClAL-doubl tQ Sip .. erns :. .. ....::.. ....:. so.a .
1st, for Chipley where she has assumed etation. trench-will rift strength care.and Cheapest tone to every and best part ...... alp ". ........................... Sate .. "..... ................ \ 1 sip' .....
aDd effect a permanent .... 10'lp .. .............................Ttturvill.- I na /Pj ..
duties a*assistant teacher In the Teachers too Pins II: By maiL ....:. &p ....................... ...... sty 1D'1%8'Pf ..
The young orange trees are looking PR EE;-A bottle of the famous Japanese TJvPellets .... 84p .......................... .
Summer Normal. and fine and some trees will be gives with a f I box or more of 4U- a Lp ....................... .. .Rockledge.o". ........ ................. I 118a
very plump attic :e"iM. tree. Sold only by ::.Eau Gal.......... ..... .......... 111ia
Rev. M. C. Welch returned Saturday are showing a fresh crop of bJolo.s ms. .... / ............................Melbourne............ ................ I tea
ACKERMAX & STEWART. .... b iii, .............. ..............*ebs.Uan .. lie 91.i .
from a visit north and Is in poor health There is a hundsome "Centuiy .... O04p ......................... St Lade.. ...... .... ............... 96:..
very ... 6 20p ........................... Fort Pierce........................... 9 bra ..
but we hope it will improve much this plant" blooming on Mr. Foley's place, Paiatka, Fla. .. 549p Edea. ...... ....................... Sits
...............................Jensen. 9 oau
summer. as fine and well shaped one as we have ... T 654p tap .................. ......... Stuart ........ ... .. .. ............. 8 f5a1
:... t .... ffob. Sou. .......... .... ........ .' 8113 ..
The G. A. R. Post-meeting and pic- ever setn. .... i ..................... .West Jupiter ... .............. .' sO7a .....
nic dinner was held in the hall: last HUNTRESS.WELAKA. 8 sop ........................Rest Palm Beaes:. ..... f a s ......
9 Linton .. ................ .. .... e tMa ..,
Saturday. Nearly fifty were present, -... p{4p ..Fort Lauderdale..................... .. 514i .
1021p ............ L.emOflCIt7 ..... ......... .. .. ........ ban. ..
and all seemed to enjoy themselves, ..-..:. lO S lp Ar.. .. ..... .. .. .. .... ..Miami ......... y
especially during the dinner hour BETWEEN iFi W 8IYIL AND ORANGE CITY J CT10S.8TATIOSS. .

when all were very busy partd big of WELAKA, May 18.-Sheriff of Citrus o.:..s: --0-:4;:;:

7 i5p! lu.I v.. ...... ... ... .... Nnr t'mYrDA ....................... Ail Is i 35p.OPp ..
the excellent dinner. After the dinnera County Mr. Priest paid the town a visit DR. P. KEENER 11 :a. :, ....... .. ... .............. Lake Helen ... ............ ........ .. ,,12 4'-1p' 106p
few remarks were made by Com last week 14 barrels of wine Pip 12 a'P . .... ... .... .Orange City. ....... .. ............. 1:1:11p: SUp
selling j-. Y lOp Ar ... .. .. ...Oraaye Ctty Junction... ........ ... dY S pAll P'
mander Cbeatnam at which time he part of the estate of Mr. Randall, who .[ Graduate Optician, trains between New dnsyrns aDd Oranee a u.nctiOD Daily except Send

introduced Mr. Brought as "tcastmast- died in Citrus County. The 14 barrels .
LEMON STREETPAUTKfl.FLA.. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
erM who read a poem about 'Chlcka- of so-called wine brought !28. which

mauga. Mr. Woodworth of Nashua was a fair price for such an article. >:: c- V .. iship City of K.y West of th. Florida East Coast Steamship Company l. tiles. for X.r w set on Monday Wotnmdays and Fridays after arrtrml of tra'11 fmni Jack
read a very interesting article which Our town officials have been notified ... lto.baking romJSSrtVms at Ky west wttb.tsimere for$svana. L.tv. K'-y Wet 2.0yWssirtird i
What is Better than .. time)oa TuMdays. Thursdays aad batorOava arrtrtng 11i&m1aed momlnl I
followed .by reading Mr. Kirby L. O. and R. Fair- '
was by by Stephens George .fret...ssaiaact wttk a.rth bound trata. .

Mrs. Fisher and Miss Taylor of Hunt- banks to draw In the lines of our.cor- Good Eye-sight ? ""y. Trtlsi....w tbe tisMM at walrh train*and boats maybe expected toarrlvwantb
ington sang In their usual beautiful poration so as to exclude their property, hp.rf free ....-.t statjooa aaa ports but tbnr arrival or departure at the tie
stand I.aet voarsa4.ass ao..ta.a>rai>aay hold ttMlf rMpon bls for any delay or anjssijiisnnss
manner and a recitation was given by living as a reason that they receive nobenefit Now is the time to have your eyes .. ) artssmf tasrafista.
For ropy of local time card sail at 223 West Bay $tr..t.Jacksonville or address
Mrs. fisher Miss Mamie Morrison by street or other Improvement. l examined, and glasses fitted. A delay;i J. F.BECKWITH.TraG Manager. J.D. RAHNEB. A.O. P. A*

read a poem giving au account of If[ such Is the case the lines can be say prert otnov. I. St. Aarasrla.


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: NATIONAL CAPITAL Does Baby Mrs. W. C.Died Norton in China.received word by I

cable via New York, from Chicn-fu, Ii 'i rt \

China, of the death of her eister, Miss G L

What is Going on in Washington Thrive ? Wight, of pneumonia, April 28. She I, .. ,

has been connected with the Presbyterian I ; "

City.ABriefResume Board of Foreign Missions for I w r .r ""-J
... '
If your baby is delica. nearly 13 rears. Her special work was I .It-rv-,.,'

of Con and sickly and its food doc: teaching the women of China, going _.... .. i.

from one tillage to another, and going
gressional Doings. nourish it fifteen D U 5
not put back again after a certain length of I.. ;

or twenty drops of Scou's time, and the was well acquainted in

i WASHINGTON, .May 15.-If either Emulsion in its bottle thr: that part of the country. Her brother '*'

7. ( Admiral Sampson, with his fleet freth Rev. ,Ca'mn Wight, is stationed at

t.: I from the destruction. of the Spanish or four times a day and yea Chien-fu. She was a person of rare THE BE5Tk

;: fortifications in the hatbor of San will see a marked change.We brightness and cheerfulness in everything -

Jnan, Porto Rico, or CommodoreL have had abundar: she undertook, and very consci-

Schley, with his firing; squadron which entious. She was here on a visit to
Is itching for a chance to distinguish> proof that they will thriveon relatives 5 years ago, and after staying iASHING t POWDER

Itself, can meet and fight the Spanish this emulsion when other one year In the United States returnedto

Cape Verde fUel this week, the end of food fails to nourish them. China.-Crescent City Philosopher.How .

the war will be in sight. There Is nor i
It is the same with larger to Look Good.
doubt thtt either Sampsou or Schleycan
crush the Spanish fleet, if they can children that are delicate.Scott's Good looks are really more than skin

only get at it, but there is a doubt Emulsion seems to be deep, depending entirely on & healthy
condition of all the vital If
organ
about at it. This Span-
their getting
the element lacking in their the liver inactive yon, have a bilious
ish fleet has been playing at now.jouseeit -
and now-you-don't-see-it. It is food. Do not fail to try it if look, if your stomach is disordered,
have a dyspep'ic look if jour kid-
now thought to be trying to get to Cuba children do thrive.It you
not v ; r+
your ness are affected, you have a pinched yam
without fighting either of our big is as useful for them in look. Secure good health, antI you will i
fleets. If it succeeds, the war will be
Electric Bittern
surely have good looks. t
and that summer as in winter.
considerably prolonged, is
is a good alterative and tonic ; acts
evidently what Spain desires, in the Ask your doctor if this is not true. directly on the stomach, livtr und kidneys j .

hope that If the war in prolonged some SCOTT lie BOWNE Chemisti,New York purifies the blood, cures pi rapier,

other European cower or_ Dowers will blotches and boils, and gives a good I ,

I.J. ;mixed up in it Owing. to the tuperior m*jor'. As the majority of the staff complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.Sold q pG

speed of the vessels composing are regular army officers.a few greenies at the drug sore of Ackerman &

the bpanish fleet, they will have the are not very likely to impair their : Stewart, roc per bottle

; choice of fighting or running should work.
Where Can we find it ?
they be met by either of our fleets. The democratic Senators, some of L I
Mr. Editor TIMES-HKKALD
The most formidable fighters in both whom are very much in favor of annexation :
In issue of May 6th, we asked _
the monitors and the your
of our fleets are of Hawaii a party question,
Dr. J. A. Hall to inform us what Mr.
slow to
battleships-are too keep up but there is a movement among mem-
Tilghman it was that he had so flippantly
fleet if it desires to
with the Spanish bare of the party in the House, to
tun away without fighting. It is only which has been favorably reported a quoted and criticised in a pre

ft question of time when every ship in joint resolution providing for annexa vious issue, and where we could find

this Spanish fleet will either be destroyed tion, to hold a caucus for the purposeof the matter over the name of the Mr.

or captured; If they fight our trying to commit the party to opposition T. for we bad no knowledge of such Safety Comfort Quick lime Low Rates.Finest

fleet it will be immediately, if they get to annexation. In view of the public writing. .

into a Cuban harbor It will be a matter sentiment of the country on the sub- In your issue of the 13th Dr. J. A, Cuisine and Service No Transfei Between Jacksonvile and New Tor

ef a few weeks. This week will tell ject such action would be very p x>r Hall says he intended it for the Rev. The I"eet.1 composed of the following Uant'eome >w Steel Steamers: I
N. 'Filghman, but he never gave the
which. politics. COMANCHE.new) ALGONQUIN IROQUOIS CHEROKEE SEMINOL
,
lecst answer as to where it could be
The blockade of Cuba, which duringthe The war revenue bill was so extensively
found Now let him speak pustively WOHTII-BOUSD.
past few days has been accompan- amended by the Senate Finance
Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
where t can be found, and if he has
Jed by some stirring fighting, which we Committee before it was reported to From.TACK O 'V'LLE. FLA..(calling at Charleston) Sundays,Tuesdays an'-Thunda,...
fat the best of, besides cutting two im tne Senate that it is really a new ever seen it over the name he men- From CHARLESTON, s.c., Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
he intended it for Mr.
portant Spanish cables, will be continued measure. The amendment bill is far tions. Saying MOtTTII-I1OTTjD.

but the landing of an army in from satisfactory to the tobacco inter N. J. Tilghman and not answering Steamers are appointed to sail from 1'Ier:9. East Him New York, at 3 p.m.. follows:
been until where it is to be found, looks very For CHARLESTON.8. C.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Cuba has now postponed ests, which were not pleased with the For JACKSONVILLE.FLA..(calling at Charleston) Mondays,Wednesdays an I Fridays
fleet has been doubtful. If he can, let him answer
after the Spanish wiped doubling of the tax on manufactured
out tobacco-from 6 to 12 cents a pouud- postively, and answer all we ask. (JJ.tlCEngl.nul and Sonhcrn Lines--Frchli Only

A very distinct reminder of the civil because it increases that tax to 1C cents : F.RICA. Calling at Charleston, S.C., t/th ways)

wax is the more or less active, although a pound. The proprietary medicineand The mere careful a man is in buying, MTEAHKRA DELA\Alln and GEO. CLynE.
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of course, not open criticism of the ci- toilet article makers are protestingand the more skeptical be is in selecting. his From Foot of logan Street,Jacksonville From Lewis' "Gar. Boston,
staff made by their IhURSDATS, FlU D.y".
Tlllan appointments saying that the stamp tax on
Tie
pants, the better we like it. will
President McKinley, which Is heard wares is too great. The representatives
among army officers and their friends of the Brewers are not saying then more fully appreciate the BUCKSKIN CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER < INE. '

Among the appointments especially much, because they have got more in BREECHES. He'll see at a (DIE BABY LINE.)

criticised as having been made solely the bill as It now stands than they expect glance how carefully 'they are made. For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford EnterpriseAnd

because of social influence are the fol. to have when the bill is passed When be puts his hinds in the pockets

lowing: John Jacob Astor who and they regard it good policy to keep he'll find a printed guarantee which Intermediate, Points on tine St J jhnsThe

knows nothing whatever about military mum. The striking out of the bond Elegant Sidewheel Steamer
says; "If not as represented your
affairs, and some say very little about clause by the committee has not alarm- money back. They couldn't be morethevll City of Jacksonville 1

anything, to be Inspector General with ed the administration. It was expected be leas." .
never CAPT. W. A. SITAR.Is
the tank of Lieutenant Colonel; JamesG. from the committee. It is under-

Blaine, who has tried and failed in stood that a majority of Senators are appolnt to sail as fol1ow. -
possible and Leaves JacbonnlJ................ .................Sunday',Tuesdays and Thursdays. at 3:30 p. DI.
the bond
about. many things as pledged to vote to restore Social Leaves Sanford returning........ ....................00 a. m.Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays
who doesn't know enough tactics to be clause. So confident are Treasury Gayeties.

a corporal, to be assistant Adjutant officials that this will be done that they SOUTH ROUND SCHEDULE NURTHOUND

General with the rank of Captain; are going right ahead preparing the To be entertaining Leave Read 3.30 DoWD.P.In. ................... .....'.TacklOD111W.. .........._.,........... frj Read,. 2.o Up_.1D
whose needed in when one ought to be -I a.4S ... .. .................... .l"alatka..r............... ............ Learn a.ooa.n
Russell B. Harrison, escapades, printed blank that will be asleep. To eat sweets| 3.ooa.m. .... ................... ......;Astor.............. ................ 2.3OLm
business and otherwise, doubtless add- the distributing the bonds. The pro and salads when the' .. ..30" ........................... 8t..l'raDcla ... .... .. ............ .. 1.00

ed many gray hairs to his father's head, vision for issuing $150,000,000 In stomach craves the L:l. a.m :::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::.Bereetord..Sanford..::::::::::::::::::::.::::::: : 11OOpmArrtre loran
General with simplest food or none .0 923 to ....................... ....Entforprt .... ................ ....... ._f.3o am
to be Assistant Inspector greenbacks, and for issuing .t2OOOOOOIn at alL To laugh
the rank of Major; Charles B.Miller silver certificates in advance of the when one wants to Oe.era Paaeenger a.d 'Ileket Office t04 W. Itay Street Jacksoaslile, t la.

whose appointment is due solely to his coinage of the seignorage on the silver cry. All this and W. H. WARBURTON r. A. )f.1R010fO OER..T... 11&r.,.. Ay}.
much 6 Green. New York 20t west BLJackaoafile.
more Bowling Bay
father being an old friend of the President bullion owned by the government are society de w. H. flE DEnSY. K 1".A. II' L. HOWARD. Actit g Supt.a ,
/ ; Fred W. Alger, who is the son of not likely to be in the bill when it mands herfollowers. Bowling Green New York foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville

i Y a toldier-Secretary debut Alger-and Assistant who becomes a law.Save .Vhata ,. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

makes his military as strainon
Adjutant General with the rank of The Children.When thenerves I 13 So. IXiawarv Ave Philadelphia 3 Howling Green, MeT fork

., Captain; G. Creighton Webb, closely I
children are attacked with of delicate -
the Vanderbilt
f connected with family;
whom the Governor of cough, cold and croup, Dr. Bull's
f John A, L>gan, women
*.. Illinois refused to make a colonel; Cough Syrup will prove a quick and i I The dreadful 0I ':e4 H1NDIPO

;. Itoyl; Carpenter Griscom, eon of the sure cure. )Ir. Elmer E. Baker, headaches. The I r
z President of the American SteamshipLine Blandon, Pa., writes : "We have crushing pains in f on i >I5 % VITALITY
the back andloiD5. & 3-SV/ -
:
a used Dr. Bull's for
Cough Syrup cough,
Foraker Jr. of Senator '
; J. B. son The blues. All .. ;? : 4M a
cold and null found it the best
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social croup such indicate I i
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Foraker; Lary Anderson a I symptoms AND ITS ctmn ,
swell of Washington, and Rush Ilnlde- cough medicine lull cure for these I serious derangements To THE EDITOR -I have an absolute I II.- -5-. Wen Man
affections. We never run out of it, of the remedy for Consumption By its timely use THE .1.0..9" SC of Me.
toper a Newport vertennary surgeon, I I delicate female organism thousands hopeless cases have been already GREAT ,
Is it I "" -
hand. Dr.
but it
all of whom have become captains or always keep on I Yronder any and must permanently cured. So proof-positive am I WRENCH REMEDY produces the above result
Ball's Cough Syrup is sold everywherefor that be overcome at of its power that I consider it my duty to iMa 30 da>s. CwetffervtmtDehlttf.fyifoteucy
25 cents. Insist on having it. breakdown they once. Remove the tend tea bottles fret to those of your reacUn Vaneecele,touting Memory., StopS all drains and
cause. Strengthen loeses caused by ei r.n of oath. It wards elf la-
? t..bo have ConsumptionThroat,Bronchial or sanity and Consump on. Younz Men regain Man
exhausted nature.Br3dfleld's Long Trouble, if they will write me their bood and Old Men recover \outhtul Vigor: It
No Why allow yourself to be slowly tortured express and postoffice address. Sincerely gives rigor and s z Female Regulatoris
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Gripe a man tea business ot marriage. Ea carried in
at the stake by disease? Chills Pearl
IU St.BewTorfc.
T. A. SLOC7M.2C.C
the standard remedy for the weaknessesand the vest pocket. Price rn PTC Boxes lao
and Fever will undermine, and eventually 11The Editorial and Buto_ Vaucvneat of b.w1.an plain pack J U l/IO.Ke with
Trhen you take flood's rms. The big old-fash irregularities peculiar to women. tfeu Papa 1IAI'NWe this rn.re* I"ropoaUoa.LADIES wriueaguarantee. JL "O.HAKI. earls
toned,sugarcoated pills which tear you an tot break down the strongest constitu- Bradfield'a Regulator is not a mysterious ACKEBMAK & STEWART
pieces,are not in it with Hood's. Easy to take tion "FE Rl CURl (Sweet Chill Tonic mixture of mythical origin but a stand- TOUa:1 .
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ard remedy compounded in accordance f -
4 with Iron) is more effective than with scientific pnnciples from approved OS. FELIX LC CRUX'S I Lt pBIN'S rtlK .E>!1'U" qt'[
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Thin being
Hood'sand Quinine and being combined with vegetable medical materials. Bradfield's Steels Pennyroyal Pills I Jeered remedy directly to the la.
is endorsed by physicians who -' seat of them
: iron is excellent Tonic and Nerve Med Regulator 4gS> J dlMseM
have examined it, and has been in suc- -} are the oricinal and only JHSB Q of the Cenlto>1.rlsiarifeXa
icine. It is pleasant to take and is FREJiCH. safe and reliable cur Organs, requires
of a century. It /Lf l | no
is trueohood's cessful use over a quarter >n the market. Price. $1.00. cent
to operate or
\ easy Talc which are sold under positive garantee to cure or is sold by druggists at one dollar a bottle. I Ujp m&il. Genuine sold oaix br vvS. 2SL.Iji q change raaTantee diet.in 1 Care to A
P I-II "Perfect Health for Women": mailed -- .
.p to date In every mrect.t S money refunded. Accept no substitute free application.THE ACKERMAN & STEWART. day. by ttmall snail plain, "INU'k.'Id"'iURE.r. 1.00.-
Sale certain and sore AU Th UjUt as good" kind don't effect upon J' ..,
4ru iSts. 25C, Co I. Rood&Ox.Lowell,Mass. ESADF1ELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta 6a. Calatka Florida.
Tn only Pius to. with Hood's EanapartIb.w cures.



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WONDERS OF SCIENCE.Lung I I you may well Imagine. 'l3a h 1ors drew I
LIFE AT SAN JUAN. I cradles and articles that pertained only GENERAL NUNEZ'S VIEWSHow I- CONDEMNED. ---

to the tcmt.nme'stde or life, while sedate When an innocent man U condemned tat

Troubles and ConsumptionCan THE,OLDEST CITY IN AMERICA WITH I dowagers were presented with rag babies any crime he doesn't lose hope. His lawyers
and other equally inappropriate things He Regards the Cuban appeal from one
ONE EXCEPTION.The court to another. '!
be Cured. I r.+
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Each announcement was greeted with a Problem. They are bound to -
shout and several times when a prominent Military save him, if he can ",

n Eminent Kew Wk Caemltt and Scientist Makes Spaniard Called It the Rich Port of I or popular citizen drew an eccentric be saved. It is the, )\ I

a Free Offer te Oar Readers. Johaf the llaptUt-How the Market prize he would have it put up at good same W8with.doctor when'a|, t ;t:j- \
auction and sold to the highest bidder HAVANA AS THE OBJECTIVE POINT
his
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York chemist Women Smoke Their Cljtar*-Manaa"- patient seems
New I 4-1 \
The
distinguished to add a little more to the charity fund condemned to death I
TA. Slocum, demonstrated his discovery meat of a Church Fair Lottery. disease. -..;.-2 '
I At the close of the drawing an orchestra by J .._.
of a reliable and absolute cure The American People Have Resolved Upoathe But doctors make -- -fj'
San Juan del Puerto Rico, which was appeared and the rest of the night was mistakes '
for Consumption (Pulmonary Tobercu. recently bombarded by Admiral Samp spent in dancing.William E. Curtisin I Only Coan by ',Which He Says, times; they some-//lose //

(loess and all bronchial throat long son's fleet, with the exception of Santo Chicago Record. Cuba's Population :May Be Saved-Cuban heart too soon. f> .a.,'

and chest diseases. stubborn coughs, Domingo is the oldest city in 'America. *. Acting Alone Can Eventually Triumph After they have
tried s
catarrhal affection, general decline The pious Spaniards by whom it was Sla/ Chance Their Opinion. I bat With Great Lola of Life-He ,f they everything know' and

and weakness, loss of flesh, and all founded called it the "rich port of John The taking a few more islands will] Lament Delay That Are Costing Cub the patient is e
will send the Baptist," and to Spain it has been a change the Spanish estimate from pip no better, they 1
conditions of wasting; away, Thoatand of ZJve Dally by Starvation.The think there is
THREE FREE 130 CTLES (all differ. source of great profit continually for to hogs.-Danville (Ills.) Commercial I nothing mon to
I 387 years. Ponce de Leon is the larger I officers at headquarters in Tampaare be done. They
ent) of his New Discovert to any I city, having about 35,000 inhabitantsand all studying maps of Cuba. They don't always I l
As he strength of a building depend
afflicted reader of THE TIMES HKRALD lying in the midst of the sugar district I have the United States war departmentmap get at the root t
the solidity of its foundation, ec of the disease.
writing for them. His "New Scientific San Juan has about 2 .OOO popu- upon which next to the official map They frequently ...e '
Treatment" has cured thousands per lation, and its great advantage is a benlth depends upon the condion of the made by the Spanish war department, give a patient -/i

manently by its timely use, and he commodious, protected harbor. The city blood. To excel impurities and cause is the most complete map of the inland up to die ocousumption '-

,adders it a simple professional dutyto lies upon an island connected with the the vital fluid to become vigorous and ever made. Brigadier General Ludlow, are afterwards, and surprised to see hint get

suffering humanity to donate a trial mainland by a bridge and a causeway. life-givlnir. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the the chief of engineers on the staff! of strong and well again.

his Infallible cure. The streets are narrow, the houses are most powerful and effective medicine General Shafter, is studying the prov- Mr*. W. B. Duncan of Arlington, Phelps Co.
of low, mostly of a single story, and are in use. ince of Havana. He had a long talk the Mo., writes "My husband took four bottles of
Science develops new wonders, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery when fee
dally
built in the old fashioned Spanish style other day with Colonel Baldermo was(as be thought)almost into consumption,aDd
and this great; chemist patiently expert with thick walls around the courtyard.The Don't Neglect Yon IJver. Acosta. we were very thankful that such a medicine tome:

mealing for years, has produced resultsas fronts are ugly and are painted all Liter troubles quickly result in serious Acosta is a native of Havana and has be would found.take I wish it. bong all person may the troubled'Golden with Medical cough
beneficial to humanity as can be complications andlhtf man who neglect his Discovery and 'Favorite Prescription be
sorts of brilliant colors, pink, blue, lived there all his life. Eight months
liver has little regard for health. A bottleof made. I shall always recommend and praise
claimed by any modern genius. His' purple and yellow. They wear heavy Browns' Iron Bitten taken now and then ago, after he had received his twenty- these medicines."

assertion tbat lung troubles and consumption shutters in the windows for protection will keep the liver in perfect order. If the .fourth wound from a Mauser bullet, he All lung and bronchial diseases are cored

are curable in any climate is but there isn't a pane of glass or a disease has developed, roWDA'Iron Bitters came away to be patched up. Colonel by Dr. Pierce's Golden _:Medical Discovery
will cure it permanently. Strength and because it supplies the system with healthy
chimney in the town. Behind the Acosta explained to General Ludlow the
proven by "heartfelt letter of gratitude vitality will always follow its use. blood. It puts the vital forces into action
'* filed In his American and European gloomy walls are glorious gardens and Browns'Iron Bitten is sold ball dealers. lay of every square mile of ground in and fills the circulation with the life-givine
patios, with splashing fountains shaded the province. He found very little new red corpuscles which builds up solid, mus-
laboratories in thousand from by that most beautiful of all trees, the Keener vs. Time. that he could tell the general, and when cular flesh and healthy nerveforce.As .
:hose cared In all parts of the world. nod the he him remarked to New York a medical author, Dr. Pierce holds sa
royal palm. whose plumes in left a
Having a stock of Watch and toot k eminent place in his profession. His great
Medical experts concede that bron- breeze like those of a bird of paradise. Sun correspondent that he didn't understand tkousand-page illustrated book, "The Peo
Material and .
,hial, chest and lung troubles lead to There are a cathedral, a theater, a city on hand wishing to qUI how General Ludlow could I ple's Common Sense :Medical Adviser" is
the repair business I will do wont at one of the standard medical works of the
and know much about from
Consumption which uninterrupted, hall, the governor general's palace so a place just English language. Nearly copies
means speedy and certain death. several notable churches and in the I the following low prices until stock is maps and books. It may be added here were sold at SIeach.. A 700,000 paperboundcopy

Simply write to T. A. Slocum M. C., center is a park .e..ringabout the same used up: Watches and Clocks-mainpnnsr that every province in the island is as will be sent absolutely free for the cost
area as one of our city squares, with well known to some one offer of the of mailing only, 21 one-cent stamps ; or.
98 Pine street New York giving oot- I ? 75c; cleaned, 75c; and crystalon Cloth-bound for 31 stamps. Worm's Dispensary
office and exptesi: address and the free concrete walks lined with seats and watches 10 to 15 cents. Have had army of invasion as is Havana provinceto :Medical Association, Buffalo N.Y.to
medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers stately palms, but not a sj>ear of turf. eleven years experience: In watch General Ludlow. Guides will ba

should take instant advantageof Around this park the market women and lock making.! Give me a call handy when the army gets there, but w

his generous proposition. gather every morning, selling poultry, sod be cconvinced they will not be absolutely nocesaary. contend with the SJithian1s-lor the
Please tell the Doctor that von saw eggs vegetables and flowers and in the PERRY KKEXER. There is no doubt that the fightingthat remnants of the food supply."If .
his offer In Twit TiatKS-IIERALD. evening it is filled with the higher classes is to be done in Cuba will be done we maintain the present policy

of the population, listening to the NO CURE-NO PAY chiefly in the province of Havana long enough the Spaniards will be: compelled .
music of band. The The following interview held a few
LEGAL ADVEKT1SKMEXTS.ADMINISTRATOR'S a military young That is the way all druggists sell to surrender themselves because
women are beautiful, particularly thoseof days ago with General Nunez who is
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL of famine, but on entering thar cities
NOTICE mixed blood but they conceal their to command one of the Cuban regiments
which they have held we will find then
rONIC for Chills and Malaria. It is .
attractions so far as possible by the excessive is therefore interesting: cemeteries and will
triumph
only, our
DATE I WILL PRESENT which makes simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless .
OIX MONTHS AFTER use of face powder, "The Cuban military problem maybe be of such a nature that no other land
Administrator 0 my final of the eoounu Estate of and Charles vouchers Corning M, them look as if they had plunged their form Children lore it. Adults pre regarded from two points of view. will ever care to repeat it. Immediate

deceased to the County J wlle of rutnam Cotmty. heads into a flour barreLI fer it to bitter nauseating tonics One is that which looks to the effectiveness and decisive action is what the Americans
Florid an phenomena acting
Price, 50c5tate army
further administration of laid estate. and Am' rican people desire, and
K.8. CR1LL.Administrator.. and the some at Ponce de Leon for provided with arms, ammunition
them
we Cubans give our profound
which I have never been able to obtaina Horticulturists Officers. horses, provisions and artillery. The
'
Ieb 10, 98-fim. Cam testamento annexo. gratitude for the generous sentiments
satisfactory explanation. The old ne- The meeting of the State Horticu'- other regards the action of the American which prompt this wish.

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICESIX gresseswho sit around.the market place tura Association! in Orlando was large nation using all the elements of powerit It is known in Tampa that all the
and the shady street corners selling and taking the position to
ly attended and productive of much possesses Battle at Havana province have been
MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILL PRESENT oes from largo baskets are dul-I which it is entitled as a leading poweron eoBceatrated by the Spaniards in Ha-
my final account and vouchers a> administratrix smoking long black cigars, and they good. The following are the officers this hemisphere. That the Cubans
to and that orders of General
of the"ut*of Wm.8pt'C1t.deceased taaa city, by
the County Judge of Putnam County. Florida, the lighted end in their mouths. Why I. elected: acting alone, can eventually triumph, I I -.eo it is strictly forbidden to export
and ask to be of discharged said eetatt.from the further administration they do so and how they can endure it President-Geo. L. Tabor, Glen St. have not the least doubt, but I must add i nay provisos" from the capital to the

MARY JOSEPHINE SPECK. are mysteries that could not be solved Mary; Vice-Pesidents-E. t.:. Pratt of that such a triumph could not be
Ja 28m Administratrix. I but it is nevertheless a fact and a custom achieved for a long time and would entail towns cf ISM province. At the same time
Limona C. A. Bacon of Ormond andI.
,
M mar people from the towns are allowed -
that are unique in Puerto Rica the sacrifice of many thousand lives
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION: One evening nt San Juan we attended B Price of Ensue; SecretaryH. of pacificos. The American people, to otter Havana. Talking about

: a bazaar, a church fair, in the theater G. Hastings Interlrchen; Treawr- moved by sentiments of humanity, have this Colonel Acosta said the other

LAXD Orrici: AT JAIBESULLE: FLA.. I which is a Urge fine auditorium, equal er-W. S. Hart Hawks' Park. Executive resolved' upon the only course by which >Burning that within a few days tho

IS HEREBY GIVEN.111"THAT. 1894.THE f I in size to anything we have in Washington Committee-Lyman Phelps the population of the Wand may be population in the towns of Havana

NOTICE- ,named M.ttkr boa filed notice of I having three galleries, divided chairman Sanford II. B. Stevens saved. I province will begin to starve to death.
his Intention to make final proof in support of ; off into boxes and handsomely upholster. ; "A war short and decisive is at once When he was there he received word
his claim, and that said proof will I* made before Ultra and E. S. Hubbard Federal
Clerk. Circuit Court. Palatka. Florida. on ed in red velvet The chairs in the parquet the most humane and the least practicable from many towns of men eager to receive -
June 18. 181*. vis. had been taken out and a level Point. measure. Havana ought to be the arms and join the insurgents.
Saran A. Pierce widow of. L. Irvine Pierce, floor had been built a plane with of and of There were more than 1,500, all told,
deoeaaed.oflUnnerrlle.F1a Hd 2n1io for the upon Don't wear false hair while'it Is possible objective point Jh* army navy
8. E./4 Section.Tp. S 8JL 28 E. the stage. This was used as a prome the United States. The capital is the who went to him. A commissioner from
He name toe following witnesses to prove his to retain your own. Ayer's Hair one of those towns said to him that even
continuous residence upon and cultivation of nade and for dancing, while the dowagers I brain and the heart of the Spaniards in
Mid land.via: and chaperons looked on complacently Vigor, the best drecsiog, nonrithtM and Cuba and when Havana surrenders all the women pacificos and the reconcen-

John Clarence Minton Miller Bannerrine- ,Fla..* from the boxes and fanned them invigorates the hair roots, cures tcalp of Spanish rule in the island will f-11 trados' families would take the field.

Columbus Rrowu" .*. selves. This stage was covered with a I diseases,. prevents the hair from comIng with it. The United States army is un Be told them to wait a few days more

Wade Hill W OjEOBI\SON, display of articles for sale. Everythingyou ou*, turning gray, and promotesa doubtedly superior to that of Spain, but lad now he believes that with the lond2 -

may C-td Register. could possibly think of had been new and luxuriant: growth. its superiority is most manifest in the t; arms made near Cabanas by Cap-
contributed by the merchants of the artillery. Tb 'Spaniards do aot understand tab ferst the Cuban bands will be in-

place and the friends of the hospitalthat Skin Diseases Cored. this arm of the service, which is weasel fiO per cent more.

ROBT. W. DAYI S.J.ILILBURS. was to be benefited by the proceeds For the cure of tetter, itch, eczema, undoubtedly the most powerful ia war.

DAVIS & HILBURN I There were bedroom Gets, rolls of carpet erysipela*. and all irratibility of the Indeed it can be said .without exaggeration Are Ta WtakT
kitchen utensils, engravings and that they are without artillery.We Weakness manifests itself in the lose if
skin Edmondson'4
Ir Eczema Cure
ambition and aching bones. TLe blood if
chromo china silverware, pocketknives t. the
I must necessarily come conclusion
LA'V YERS.OlSee is the standard. Address Dr. Frank watery; the tissues are wasting-the door is
revolvers jewelry of all kinds that the field of peration
Edmoncson Pr.eeO being opened for disease. A bottle of Brown .
toilet articles embroidered slippers and At'anta Oa should be such as is suitable t* the employment Iron Bitters taken in time will restore your
sacks suits of clothes under p r bottle. mll-Gtn soothe make "
upstairs ia Palatka National Hank B1d:. dressing of field artillery. strength your nerves your
Palatka Florida. ; clothing hosiery, gloves and bonnets "1 don't know in the island of Cubaany blood neh and red. Do you more goosl
Life of Miss FrancU E. Wilkrd. than an expensive special course of rar an infinite variety of articles which were region better adapted to the use of Brown'Iron Bitten It sold by all dealer
arranged with an eye to artistic effect. Having accepted the agency for the artillery than that lying to the westward
Will practice in all State and Federal Each article was numbered but it well known Monarch Book Co., of of Havana between that city and

Courts. 'm 7-tt was not possible for a person to make a Philadelphia, which concern will publish Guanajay. Here there are places which Johnson's
--- He allowed choice. It the
selection no hard
was remain regularly during summer
'The Life of Francis E. Willard"written
H. W. AVERY was a lottery. lIe paid $1 for a ticket rains. The fields formerly in cultivation .
and then waited for the drawings. He by Anna H. Gordon, I expectto lying on each side of the road Chill and

COUNSELLOR A 1.' LAW, might get a suit of furniture worth make a canvass of Palatka and Put- form a good theater of operations. On .

f 100 or a paper of pins worth 5 cents, nam County and shall be pleased to the hills adjacent intrenchments can be

Palatka, Florida. a box of cigars or a lace collar, as the have your ordeis. This work is en readily made. Unlike other parts of the FeverTonic

.. fates might decree. The tickets were island there here and
-- dorsea by the W. C. T. U. are no swamps
Office Palatka National Bank Building. sold by black eyed damsels in picturesque I but few ditches and the surrounding
221m MRS. GEO. PATn r.
wandered ap I
-... costumes who through l are healthful
the crowd enticing their friends and "In my capacity as a military man I I
Will in all Courts State and
practice acquaintances with various coquettish I would not criticise the plans of the administration .
lederal. may G-Im motions to patronize them. The numbers Tuft's Pills but as a Cuban I can la- I Cures Feverin

were printed upon litti slips of i\ ment delays that are costing Cuba thousands .

paper of different colon, which were I of lives daily, the unfortunate
rolled up like th* old fashioned lamplighter i Cure All victims of starvation Our forces in the One Day.

I M. M. GODWIN, and il WM not considered good t western part of the island are suffering'rom

lorn to open them util the drawing the effects of the blockade more -
Liver life
tsefc .-.. so that tM udieDoe might severely. perhaps than the Spaniards. -

aim* the arprinoof pmchmsw. Thetowing j They are compelled by the necessity of

.. was poctpoetsd until very late Perfect Health. aH: preservation to refuse to those who Palatka Wood Yard.

!tft tke eveniaf. because tb managers migrate from the cities in search of food \
flltildeted that all the ticket should be I [Keep the system in perfect or- a share of the miserable and scanty food (Nan G. S. & F. DEPOT.) .

.u kit tsd finally those who had der by the occasional use of which may be gathered in the country E. O. EAHLS & CO., PornnTOI:
Mpt, oe or two wtr compelled to diJtrirts."If .
-tml! 3.I t t..rs I'If J Tutt's Liver Pills. They i MY PIKC. OAK and ASH for etld
tmrchrro nessThen regulate we do net coon el to the rescue. .
Wagons, Bugg'les.tno a gracE Z Ep&niard saoaatod 1 the bowels and produceA hunger will destroy the Cuban popula- I by Ordeiu cord, foot itftat strand Arkeriuan or load.& St..wan'a

-. ... platform !& an aoctkxwtr: and tin from one end cf the bland to the drug a'.orp. clay UT04 rf Weller It

[Vehicles of all Kinds with a fair bamoroos latrodartory Vigorous Body.For ether. While ws wait the Spanish ariasb i I I. OC.'B, greet, wit rtc ijJr&U'p; ftt4tentioo.
words iavitsd tfc. people to its
post up sick headache malaria I'1 A3 cities confiscate to own use .
,
BI!AsBith Work Horse Shoeing: their ticketa He aoaooac** tka tames I iU lores in private band, and when it I i
sod the numbers which were recordedby iousness, constipation and k;:; .... really to suffer from the effects ,I end K: jjHyc Tractfi-r. Tlionai
m Experienced airADteed.wr2Mn. in charge gatisfae a clerk aad then produced tke corresponding I eg tilts Mockade there will only be left 1 j 4 i 4P.Ep.E
articles oa the etege. Of I dred diseases, an absolute cureTUTT'S I Cuban who able .. Teadtlac.
cond Street, O:) Oslte Court Ilouse aUr thcee armed ; are _
court there was a treat deal oS tc:. w'J Liver: PILLS J .mtaaUoll .e&c.._.
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'STRUGGLE SUHHARIZED Vertrees! & Co. ,


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War News Told In of Few the Words.Past. Week. i r -flay, Meal. Paper Bags,


Grain, Grits Building Material,
Cuban Invasion Commences.
.
Information reached Key West Wed Uncle I Flour Papers Orange Boxes
nesdar of the safe landing, 50 mile Sam ,

from Havana of the expedition wide
command of Captain Dorst, Fourth car- Says K r FERTILeIZERPS: E"tc.

which left Tampa Tuesday on This is
airy,

board The the Gussie transport was Gussie.loaded with arms, America'sGreatest \' \ .., ... .; Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Wagon! Repository

Ammunition and supplies famished by

the United States government for the Medicine. kIt ". The Standard Oil Company

use of the Cuban insurgent States will! \', AGENTS -. Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.
A company of 100 United troop Sharpen.Your
from the First infantry accompanied the PALATKA FLORIDA.
expedition and aided in guarding the Appetlte; '
landing of the cargo. Purify andVitalize
Your Blood. Overcome That
Serious Rioting In Spain.
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle ofHood's WALTER THOMAS
A serious riot took place at Logrono,
Sarsapanlii: and begin to ,
capital of the Spanish province of that
name, Wednesday.The take it TODAY, and realize the great . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN. . .
grain and provision stores were good it is sure to do you.

attacked and pillaged by rioters, who included Hood's Sarsaparilla Groceries Crockery China .
numbers of women, armed with ,
axes, choppers and cudgels. Is America's Greatest Medicine. AU dniggUU.

The cavalry charged the mob, but'the Glassware Tinware
soldiers were repulsed by a determined
it was stated trial Ad. ,
Cape tiaynen.
made them the .
onslaught by
upon miral Sampson, by reason of information ,
women just received by him, had changedhis Wood and Willow Ware
Five Americans Die Fighting. plan of operations, and instead of ,

Ensign W. Bagley and four member going to Key West, had directed his

of the crew of the American torpedo vessels towards Cienf negos.;
boat Winslow were killed in an engage- The Spanish fleet, last seen at Cura- Paper and Paper 33ags1C

ment in Cardenas harbor Wednesday coa, was presumed to be speeding rapidly
afternoon. toward Cienfuegos, and this placed
Lemon Street. Palatka Florida.
John Yanroils. Josiah Tunnett, J. V. Sampson in chase. ,

Meeks and J. Daniel were the names of .
In Spanish Cabinet.Senor
fell before the fire of Change
the others who
Thd Odd Fellows Home and Sanita-
Sagasta the Spanish premier,
the Spaniards. In addition to those
killed several received more or less serious visited the royal palace in Madrid Mon. rium at Gainesville has closed for the

injuries. day and formally handed to the queen season. II had a good patronage this
regent the resignation of the ministry.The .
The engagement took place inside the year.
harbor at Cardenas, Cuba. The gun. queen regent charged Senor Sa
The Faber cedar mill at Cedar Keys
.
to form a new cabinetPurify
;/t Wilmington, the torpedo boat gasta
close down and sell out
will probably
7/inslow and the gunboat Hudson were
the only vessels engaged. They entered the sewers of the body and because of the high pricb the owners of

the harbor for the purpose of attacking stimulate the digestive or1anslo maintain cedar are asking for their timber.

come Spanish gunboats which were health, strength and energy. Messrs. Kontz Bros., of Allegheny
known to be there. These latter, how. Prickly Ash Bitten is a tonic for the
City, Pa., it is repotted, will open a
not discovered by the American
ever, were krdne sIiver,stomach and bowels. For
force until the Spaniards opened bank at Ocala, Fla. They have pur-
tale Ackerman & Stewart. fence. It is to these many unfortunate beini,
by R U P T U R E
fire. The land batteries of Cardenas chased the building formerly accupied who suffer often unsuspected and la silence
supported tne fire of the Spanish gun. by the Frst National Bank iu that -- that we extend a cordial invitation to come ana
Fred Cole Appointed. examined free cf charge. WeaOO t
boats. town. fUniversal I The engagement commenced at 2:03 Washington, May .-The nomination weelc.at the expiration of which time we will
refund the if found not satisfactory
those who know nothing of the affliction money
p. m. and Listed for about an hour. of Fred W. Cole of Gainesville, to of henna(commonly called rupture)it will be ritTLNG A, TRUSS.
inrprtsinz statement that one-tenth of the tuTo think about is easy but it isofl
r Sn JUAn Fort, Silenced. be assistant adjutant general, with the Miss ATE LUCASMILLINERY man family are afflicted with this complaint.to those who thoroughly understand t'eruta.This .
: of forecasted in dispatches is true, and the forms of treatment are There are tlt'nralltlodl of ,,ruts and each has t I
The American fleet under Rear Admiral raafc captain, as I numerous and In most cases nDllucce9ful.be reduced and retained with truss fitted according
Sampson bombarded San Juan de was sent to the Senate to- Theresa a method of retaining hernia,howerer to* Its own peculiarity During &er-
that is universally accepted being perfect It years of practical experience in fitting trusse
Porto Rico Thursday. ; not only retains the hernia but is the most w.hare not found a single:case that we coolcoxroaT.BLJ
with nine day.Mr. : and .icxoMiCAL appliance in not retain. It cueti nothing to be conrinced bIt'
Admiral
Sampson, war
Cole had the indorsement of the' existence. to come and MeTHERE .
ships arriTed before San Juan just be. ; and his And Fancy Goods. XO.999 TRUSS.A ARE OTIIER TRUSS}. .
fore sunrise. At a signal the battleship' entire Florida delegation, appointment s Is well known most of the appliances for Many of which might be good If they couli
was also requested by Gen. Ha in stock an elegant and diversified this malady are not satisfactory to the wearer only be made to fit; but experience prove tha-
Iowa fired the first shot, which took line of all goods pertaining to often doing acre harm than good. and failing almost every iadiridaa.1 require a different
whose staff it is under- shaped truss-one peculiarity of oar tni" L<-
effect. Then the battleship Indiana eral Miles, to entirely to retain the hernia. Thou anU* of
the Millinery Business. that it can be fitted to any' redoing
people are suffering from ill-fitting trtiMes.
or
opened fire. In a few minutes Morro stood he will be assigned. Mr. Cole is Experienced: Northern Trimmer in without entirely,thus endangering their CAUTION
fort reduced to of ruins. lires.because the trusses 'hare tried toWaBeware of hard rubber trusses that ann'"t >
heap they
was a well known in Palatka where he has charge of Trimming Department.A .
hare them endurable and mconrenr shaped without heating,as they will mot hold
given pain
The fort made little effort to respondand SPECIALTY Full assortment of
fttends.CASTORIA
was silenced almost immcdia.tely.Thousands many STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM- -WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
of the population and the BKOIDERIED SILKS. H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bandages, Pessaries

foreign consuls sought refuge in the interior Having accepted the Agency for the and all kinds of Rubber Goods.

of the Wand. BUTTEKICK PATTERNS, 1 am now
The following Americans were killed For Infants and Children. prepared to fit alll>rderld. for this celebrated Crescent Drug Store ,
and wounded during the bombardment: pattern.
Dead: Seaman Frank Widemark The Kind You Hare Always Bought Call or write to me for Fashion C. J. GAllllETT, Proprietor.PALATKA .

the New York: Gunner's :Mate of d bheet. KATE L LUCAS. I FLORIDA.AT .
the Amphitrite. Bears the //

Tbose slightly injured on the Iowa: Signature of JAPANESECURB

kle.Seoiuau Apprentice Mitchell Hill.Private The Marine injured Mer-on .., I} p I LE

the New York: Seaman Samuel Fel. SPAIN."Whensoever Mrs. Blocher's

ton, serious; Seaman Michael Murphyand ,

two other enlisted men, slightly take my journey into A New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
injured. 13:24.Notwithstanding SUPPOSITORIES,Capsules of Ointment and two
Spain. Bom. 35 Lemon Street.SUMMER
Boxes of Ointment. Anew-failing care(or Piles .
Dig Naval Fight Brewing. the.ancient men- of every natnre and defH. It makes an operation
with the knife which U painful, and often results .
Secretary of the Navy Long Friday tioning of the Identity of the ancient In death unnecessary. Why tft
received: official advices from MArtin. kingdom of Spain by writers whose .*.. No Ws Cure pack,No a Par.Written soc-CuarsnU and Ji a box I In,tacitSI 6 for DRESS GOODSLawns
Ique Windward islands, that the Span. writing antedates the Christian era, the $.5- Sent by maiL Samples free
lib squadron had been sighted to the ODfTMENT 25o- and 50e.CONSTIPATION .
westward of that island. above quotation and one other short Pit's P""et''. b' Dimities, Organdies,

Upon receipt of this information Sec sentence, both recorded In the 15th treat LIVER and STOMACH Japan**REGULATOR* llm ftiUU.the finest assortment in Lawns, Percales, Calicoes,){ustns.Sheeting,Ticking,etc
rotary Long ordered Commodore Schley : chapter of Romans, are the only men- BLOOD.TURIHER Small, mild and pleasantto Silks and Satins for Waists and Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.

at Hampton Roads, to put to sea at once tion that the scriptures make of that doses take 25:
with the American flying squadron,and is tremb via of these famous Pile Pellets will
kingdom whose destiny now
it sailed immediately. wit ft box or more of Cure.
.eAOTIcaTua CKNUINK FRESH JAPANESE PILEtxaE
While its destination known line in the balance.
was not ; for sI only byACKERMAN&STEWARL
it was believed that the squadron had The reading! of the language of record. I

been sent in pursuit of the Spanish in Roman from the 24th to the 29th

squadron. verse inclusive, is full of the spirit of

Change In Invasion Plans. intervention and, with a slight stretchof IN I ALL ITS BRANCHES.

War department plans for the immediate the Imagination, it is prophetic of
...
invasion of Cuba were materially -
conditions I. B. T.RAY'S .
present
changed by the news of the presence of
the Spanish fleet in West Indian waters.It Ladies and Childreus Shoes.THE .
,
was stated Friday that the movement k }

would be delayed until naval battle ,
a -
had been fought. PLACE.
. Clash at Port Clenfuegos. C. B. ROGERS CO.,

News reached Key West Saturday to IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS
the effect that the United States cruiser I

Marblehead the auxiliary, cruiser the gunboat Windom Nashville steamed'and up Wines, Liquors Provisions, Grain, flay Flour, Meal, Grits, E te

to the harbor of Cienf negos, Cuba,early

Wednesday morning with orders to cut And Cigars.Very Mole Agents for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO j
the cable connecting Havana with San. THE TRADE
tiago de Cuba. Falrbank Canning Co ONLY. ORDERS
Old WinesA A BICYCLE ACCIDENT, FROM CONSUMERS
This task was accomplised, but only of exhaustion, or being over- Lion Brand Canned Meats. NEITHER
after a terrific fight! between our warships Specialty or a case SOLICITED NOR DESIRED
and several thousand Spanish come by heat, should always be provided -

troops which lined rhe shore and lay bo Special: attention given to IheJflHing: of against by the bicycle ri-ler carrying Quotations Made Promptly on Application.Feb

hind improvised breastworks. Jugs and Kegs. t a flask of our high grade I. W. Harper .

-S One seaman of the Marblehead, Her We also handle the very whiskey., It Is the finest and purest! l1GmJACKSONVILLE.

icon Reagan, was killed, six: were se best of Case Goods whiskey on the market for medicinal FLORIDA,
"erel7.wounded and a number of other
Americans were slightly wounded. purposes, and as an appetlzerand tonicis I The World's Fair Tc.
IDAHO: CSALOON: and
s Many'Spaniards were killed and unexcelled. Our stock of wines I

wounded. liquors are all high trade and reasona- showed oo baking powdt O.A.STOnxA..,
Fla
15 Lemon Street..Palatka, Tilfc
Sampson After the Spanish. ble In price, and a' every one knows I so psr: or sa great in /er '::11 tin

Admiral Sampson reported to the3rj I SAC KAClJWaDd Plasters the purest in the city. IrnpnY." enltz power as the Royo ar--e; seirrY ..
4tpatment Monday: cable: tom
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