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OCALA EVENING S"l AR
LET PEACE REMAIN
A GREAT SPIRIT DEPARTED
At the time of writing" this note
it appears evident that the Ameri
can battleship, Maine, which was
blown up in Havana harbor on
Tuesday, Feb. 15, was the work
of a torpedcr which some enemy,
Spaniard or otherwise, exploded
beneath her keel. The 250 lives
lost were the victims, not of a
brave foe, but of a lurking assas
sin. From the expressions pf dis
pleasure from individual Span
iards, when, several weeks ago,
the Maine was ordered to the port
of Havana, we may not be greatly
surprised that some of the ex
treme Weylerites were iniquitous
and barbarous enough to attempt
the deed. Coming immediately
upon the heels of Senor DeLomes
forced recall, from the treacher
ous and insulting letter he had
written regarding President Mc
Kinley, it is not to be wondered
at that many American attach
the blame of blowing up the
Maine to the secret service of the
Spanish government, and are
clamoring for immediate satisfac
tion by war. But this is folly.
We do not believe that there is
ground for attaching any respon
sibility for the cowardly act to
the Spanish government. The
hot-headed, however, must talk;
the cooler heads must act as
checks upon them. It is not al
waj's those who talk war the
most hotly who do the most fight
ing when war comes. We pray
that God may give peace to the
hearts of our people and that our
battle flags may remain furled.
It is easier to get war than to
secure honorable peace after war
has been forced.
Something to Know
It may be worth something to
know that the very best medi
cine for restoring the tired out
nervous system to a healthy
vigor is Electric Bitters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts
by giving tone to the nerve cen
ters In the stomach, gently stim
ulates the liver and kidneys, and
aids these organs in throwing otf
impurities in the blood. Electric
Bitters improves the appetite,
aids digestion, and is pronounced
by those who have tried it as the
very best blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try it. Sold for 50 cents
or $1 per bottle at F. C. Al worth
& Co.'s drug store.
Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge
O., says, "After two doctors
gave up my boy to die, I saved
him from croup by using One
Minute Cough Cure." It is the
quickest and most certain reme
dy for coughs, colds and all
throat and lung troubles. Anti-
Monopoly drug store.
J. E. Bankston, at the city
market, keeps a complete line of
choice meats, vegetables, sausage
etc. Free delivery to all parts of
the city.
Just try a 10c. box of Casca
rets, the finest liver and bowel
regulator ever made.
Pearl Alpines with black un
der brim. The latest. Davidson
& VanEchop.
Ty dings & Co., have a new
supply of fresh melon, cantaloupe
seeds, beans and other sprin
seeds.
Shoes for men, ladies and
children; latest styles and popular
prices at C. Rheinauer s.
Fire Seed Corn for sale cheap
W.B. Terrell, west of F. C. & P.
depot. 3 lw
We want you to attend our
"closing out sale" of $1.50 shirts
for 85c. Davidson & VanEchop.
J. W. Davis at the city mar
ket, is headquarters for fresh
fish of all kinds.
Headquarters for fish and
oysters, L. S. Black, city market.
Edwards Brothers are head
quarters for oyster s.
New and nobby line of ladies
and gents ties received yesterday
at C. Riieinauer's.
L. S. Black, city market, for
choice salt water f.sh and oys
ters in shell or open, the latter at
SO cents per quart.
In the death of Miss Frances E.
Wiilard, the world, not merely
her city or country, has sustained
an irreparable loss. She was the
first woman of the land. No wife
of president, no queen of the
home, no brilliant society leader,
no distinguished female educator,
lecturer, editor, was her peer.
For many years she had occupied
the place universally accorded
her, as being a woman gifted
with rarest qualities in either
man or woman. Few Americans
have ever written their names as
deeply into the history of our
country as did Mis3 Wiilard. En
dowed with a brilliant and logi
cal mind together with an exquis
ite eloquence of utterance, she has
been enabled for the past fifteen
or twenty years to do more than
any other in the way of organiz
ing and bringing into potent and
efficient service the mighty society
known as the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union. Her
energy was unsurpassed. Her re
source seemed inexhaustible. The
present has greatly honored this
noble Christian woman. The fu
ture will not diminish but bring
into even clearer view her splen
did services for the betterment of
our race. Thousands of homes
now bless her memory. By her
all too short life she enabled the
world to see farther above itself
than before and multitudes to
substitute the pure in thought for
the low and base.
WE HAVE
One cf the best assortments of Dres Goods,
Silks, Trimmings, Ribbons and Fancy Goods
in town and we do not take a back seat for
anyone on staple goods. We also have
Look Out! Look Out!
2400 parlor matches 12 cents,
10,000 wood tooth picks, 12c.
120 fish hooks, 12c.
72 pieces pepsin gum, 12c.
96 slate pencils, 12c.
30 teaspoons, 12c,
28 aluminum hair pins, 12c.
180 marbles, 12c.
1200 yards machine thread 12c.
384 hair pins, 12c.
48 shoe laces, 12c.
42 steel pens, 12c.
18 Spencerian pens, 12c.
4 bottles best ink, 12c.
6 pint or pint cups, 12c.
The Racket.
On Silver Springs.
The beautiful little pleasure
and passenger steamer, Eloise,
is now ready to accommodate
those wishing to see ths wonder
ful springs or take a ride down
the picturesque Ocklawaha.
Special rates to parties of ten or
more. Address,
F. E. Weatherbee,
Silver Springs.
Wonderful Talking Machine.
A gramophone entertainment
will be given in Baptist Witness
hall on Monday evening. This is
the latest development in the
line of talking machines and truly
wonderful. A part of the pro
ceeds will be given to the Cuban
sufferers fund. Admission 20
cents, children under 10 years 10
cents. Performance beerins at
7:30.
Tobacco Seed.
I had grown for me the past
season a stock of Vuelta de Aba jo
tobacco seed from best imported
stock, which is guaranteed true
to name. Price: Packet 5 cents;
one-half ounce, 20 cents; ounce,
35 cents; one-fourth of a pound,
90 cents; pound, 83. Postage
extra; 1 cent for two ounces or
less; 8 cents per pound.
J. B. Sutton,
dw2m Seedman, Ocala, Fla.
drug
SHOES
FOB
DO NOT FAIL TO CIVK US A CALL
G. A. NASH
OCALA
Planing Mills
3VEx-s. 3YX. 3D. Taylor, IProprictrcss
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Castings, Mouldings, Doors
Sasli and Blinds, Turning and Scroll Sawing. All From
Kiln Dried 6tock.
Hough Lumber Cut to Order.
Wfi Hi)4a That ltfttv Hcnvee nnti fiell Acmiulnmlti.
To Bike Riders--A Big Cut in Repairs
and Supplies.
Cleaning, all parts, 50c; Punctures, 25c; New Rims put
in, $1.25; Vulcanizing, 50c; Enaireling, baked on, $2; Re
pairing Chains, 15c; New Valves, put in, 35c, New Inner
Tubes, put in, $1.50, Best 10c. Graphite at 5c; Best 10c.
Rubber Cement at 5c; Best 10c. Bic3rcle and Machine Oil, 5c.
Other Repairs and Supplies in proportion.
Call and see us,
Y5
STAURANT
liJJST TABTi
prices -vrzmarsr
Semce and Accommodations tlie Best I Aim to Secure the Largest Patronage
-11 Styles
PROPRIETOR.
Northeast Corner Public Square, Ocala, Fla
gFOTOS
ENLARGED TO
CRAYONS,
PASTELS, SQITL
WxVTER-COLORS. SANY SIZE
ARTIST AND FOTOGRAFER
(Studio Opposite Montezuma Hotel.)
BAB!EB"Qutek as a Wink.
N. B. The Artistic and Permanent afrbQlltte
to be had onlv at above Studio.
- "5
V-.
!L ROSENbUrffi & CO. -ma. KHW MK CITY.
Suits. Zizzz
J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity,
O., was for thirty years needless
ly tortured by physicians for the
cure ot eczema. He was quick
ly cured by usin DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve the famous
healing1 salve for piles and skin
diseases. Anti-Monopoh
store.
For Rout
The huiiso mxt door ':t1 of Dr. !
1
Frederick's. Bot hot and cold j
witter. Monroe & Chanihliss. i
- n - ; 1 ri.ne rv c- :' l C. jjrar.t?rd to le rr.de Irom Ail Woo!,
wmj rwi vi 1 .... :ranc 1!rc.vn ,:fav Llackt or Wi:e
Thf:e Suits ars GUAKANTi-KD tab? !r-n ;mpcrteJ ! Worsted Cord'U C.l evior. ma le i i latest
Wool Cheviot, in Clack, lilac, Grey, and l:oN.n. i.i iiest'rom style. l:.n"i v. it.i ImporJed I'arrr.er Satin,
3 to 9 years of se. iV.ade up d .jiib!e-breasud. Sailer 5 triVr.:r.eJ an'' '.r.bhed in the best ot Custom
C.ol'ar Collar fancy embroidered lined v;tn i'st FJ'.jck Alec: t f Taiid :r.ani..-r. You car.not duplicate it in
Twill Sateen and I'ater.t Waist Bandi. Tr::ii.n;n; and Work- vour town i'or $i5.oo. lues 34 tJ 42.
manshi;) the very best, b ame n Mzss ! or s?v5 ij ia ij )urJ( fi The '3-.-poods made for Youth's. t3C
without Sailor Collar. ce Pattern s Below. tT 1 - i t I c. Pants. Ccat and Vest. v.iO
liow to
mcasuie lor
M en's and
Youths S j:ts
Measure
around the
H r ea s t and
i W a i s t over
N the Ves, and
p from Crotch
to Heel lor
par.tJ.
tl:. C...T.
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with Txtra
PoT I'ar.ts.
Iron ilo Ci
ti 1 or
M U
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itv m v-::i$i mm
Mc.ney Order or Re:e-rd ler-e'., ?-o 1ft tTuR I . ."it ' M 'Z
for his ac Mortev checrtv r-, i . , x- tZiJ
eot satiTjctorv Senisc w--. t :rrx. , ' . .-j iv-f.i 5 LV . SZ
Upe measure. n-eavjr-nL-. i a-.-' - gpr j - J
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MALLORY S. S. LINE
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON
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Look oub for a fine line of
glass and china syrup pitchers at
the llacket.
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Witness Office for Best Job Work
Florida Central & Peninsular Railway
Great Florida and Northern AiriLine and Florida Trunk Line
Time Table in Effect Jan. 23. 1898
Daily 3 'Daily
xvan Daily x.un Daily
; Daily
NORTHERN POINT
S:!
1 ll'I
lop
ir,lv
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4 tip
4 4- p
5 yi
n 4ip
7 fop
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12
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tip
1-p
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4--p
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lcp
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8 4plv.
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loiip!-..
42' .
2 07a! .
3 la!.
4 iMi.
4-".a
S 4 -" ,
11 C,h
1 lp
A Sip
ii hjp;
H '2 .
u :'p .
10 4 4p'.
12.p .
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3 U-"a .
. 6 42a'.
. ' 8(a;.
. 10 l".a .
:12 4:ip .
2 Vlii
1 2'2-ni ;lv.
! 2!sa ar
1U 41a
! 4 4:a
11 J'.a
I t l.r.a
jlO 47a I
Il-'iopj
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i 3 4pl
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! Sirp
11 -Jop
2 ."a
f 2;ia
3 OOp
. Jacksonville. .
Yul-
. Fernandina
. Everett
. Brunswick
. .Savannah
. .Savannah
Fairfax.S.C
". . .Inmark,s.C
" Auirxista.(ia. .. .
. .Ciilumhia. S. C. . .
" spartanluir1. S. C
"...Ashevill. N.C...
"..Charlotte, N.C....
..Salisbury. N.C...
.GreenelHjr. N.C.
"....Danville, Va
"... Richmond, Va. . .
". ..Lynchburg. Va. .
"Charlottesville.Va.
". . . Washington
' Baltimore
"... Philadelphia ...
". . . . .New York
" Boston
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1 l"p
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6 H'p
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2 ;a".p
1-' lp
1-' wn
12 47a . . .
r :ip . . .
2U".p ...
10 ip . . .
8 rip . . .
7 37p ...
6 2p: . . .
12U"'n...
4(Cp,...
2 27p . .
11 1'ai...
y 42a ...
7
12 loaf...
5 Utp . . .
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8 35p! 8 Ilia
7 Wp 7 3"8
6 45p; 0 Sua
5 4(p'
4 4::pi 4 l-a
4 3.'p
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1 34 p
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CINCINNATI AND JACKSONVILLE
Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Cincinnati,
Chicago. Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland. Louisville
and St. Louis.
SOUTH AND WEST FFORIDA
ORLEANS
AND NEW
8 & 13 y j All Trains Daily 7fcH5t:lO
38
3i
33
J 8 1-"ai 8 Xp lv. .Jacksonville.
. .10 2ya'l0 lip ar Everett. . .
4 4"p 3 Ida " Macon
7 4"p ? 2i " Atlanta . . .
5 3i'M lv. .. Atlanta .. .
y roa "..Chattanooga
7 3op ...Cincinnati. .
nr; 8 ".a t :'p
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ASHEVILLE ROUTE
Pullman Sleejer between Jacksonville,
cinnati and Chicago
ft 4 Op
10 3-"p
1 1 a'p
12 33a
1 ".a
2 U4a
2 ."a
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12 Ma
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12 4-".p
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7 2op " .
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. . Jacksonville. .
. . .Savannah
. . . .Columbia
..Spartanburg.. .
Hendersonville.
sheville . . .
..Hot springs.. .
. . . Khoxville
. ..Lexington
. .Cincinnati
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8 3a Lv.
5 4"p Ar.
. Cincinnati
. . Chicago.. ,
Big Four
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yoaa'Ar Baldwin....
lo ;.sa " SLe.rke
H2r.s " Waldo
12 2np " i;ainesville ..
f 3j " Celar Key . .
12 13p " Hawthorne..
12 4p Citra
1 l?p . ..Silver springs.
133p OCALA
Jlnniosflssa . .
2 2Sp Wildwood...
2p Leesbnr
3 21 p. Tavared
4 aOj Orlando
5 17p Winter J'ark..
Slip St.Catherine.
3 32p' IicotK-hee.. .
3 v Dade City. . .
4 37p l'lant City ..
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WESTERN DIVISION AND NEW ORLEANS
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6Wp Ar Chicago Lv: 8 30a
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0 p
10 00a
22 J 2 All Trains Daily
a lop y 2a a Lv. ..Jacksonville. . .Ar;
Uike City ..
Live Oak...
1 14o! Madison...
2 3op Monliccllo..
lananassee.
ft ooa,Lv Cincinnati Ar:
5 OOp Ar Chicago Lv!
j Pennsylvania j
10 ro 11 2Ta
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8
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KANSAS CITY AND JACKSONVILLE.
Through Car Line.
3 :
lop;
Quincy
.River Junction..
llop IVn-acola
3 O? a Mobile
7 40a!Ar. ..New Orleans.. .Lv
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ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, JACKSONVILLE,
THROUGH SLEEPER.
8 Wp
10 14p
a 30a
11 4:,a
y 30p
lo 00a
5 35 p
Lv Jackson vi 1 le Ar
" Everett Lv
" tlanta "
Ar Birmingham
" Memphis "
" Springrield "
" Kansas City "
33
8 55a
6 3ua
10 fap
4 15p
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10 40a
8 0'p Lv
10 l4p Ar.
3 ona! "
5 20a "
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5 OOpi "
7 30pl "
7 12a "
Jacksonville r
...Everett Lv
Macon
Atlanta "
.Chattanooga "
. . Iexlngton "
. . Iouisville "
. . .st. Iuis "
8 55a
6 30a
1 loa
10 55p
6 lop
10 55a
7 45a
9 15a
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Nos. 31 and 32 New York and Florida Limited
Vestibule. between New York, Jacksonville and
St Augustine.
Nos. 35 and 36 Fast Mail, sleepers letween
New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincin
nati sleeper via Asheville.
Nos. 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between
Jacksonville and New York In connection
with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman sleep
ers between'Jacksonville and Tampa.
No. 30 carries the Cincinnati and Florida
Limited, with the Tampa, Cincinnati. St.
Louis and Kansas City sleepets. These are
brought to Jacksonville by No. 33.
Nos. 1 and 2 carry the Jacksonville-New Or
leans sleeper.
frDaily except Sunday. Daily except Satur
day and Sunday. H'lhis train does not run
Monday. Sunday and Monday only.
Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg,
Manatee River and Key West and Havana
steamers. Steamer "Manatee" for ell joints
on Manatee river. At Starke for La Crosse. At
Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connects at Talla
hassee for St. Marks. Carrabdle and Apalachi
cola. Connects at River Junction for Chatta
hooehee River steamers. Connects at Ocala
for Homosassa. Connects at Fernandina for
Cumlerland Route Steamer to the Islands and
Brunswick.
All baggage will le checked from the Union
Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city
ticket office. 2r2 Hogan street, as well as at the
Union Depot ticket office.
R. W. Campbell. Passenger Apent.
J. E. Marsh am,. Ticket Agent. 202 West Bay
Street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
Waiter . Coleman, General Traveling Agt.
A. O. MacDunei.l. General Passenger Agent.
Florida East Coast Ry.
TIME TABLE, NO-12, LN EFFECT FEBRUARY 14, 1S38.
SOUTH ROUND (Read Down).
NORTH ROUND Head Up).
o37,Daily
12up
22op
ro25
9 530a
035a
8 45a
10 1C&
1100a
11 87a
1145a
4o0p
5 lUp
No 23
7 40a!
8 40a1
ft 45a!
5 55a
9 05a
ITJJp;
yaoa
10 42a
10 52a
No 35
2-a
10 :i0a
10 Sua
11 Otn
11 aOa
10 4 5a
lJiOp
8 05a
!
STATIONS.
11 16a
i2 08p
i240p
12 45p
i
i"i3p
l2p
218p
432p
6S0p
tea
102p
1 15p
1 27p
1 4Pp
2 lCp
2&3p
322p
8 81p
"8 4p
4 'S.tp
4 8Sp
5 21p
813p
619p
6 47p
C52p
7U5p
7 35p
7 4p
8 25p
8 35p
8 4-Jp
8 45p
8 50p
900p
97p
10 14p
10 53p
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,.Ar St. Au;rus:inc.....
Lv St. Augustine
Hastings..
Ar
Lv
Ar
Lv
Cv
Palutka..
Palatka.
Ar
Lr
Ar
San Mateo
..San Mateo
...... Eii3t Palatka
Ormond.
..Daytona.
Port "Orange
New Smvrna
Oak Hill
Tltasville
City Point
Cocoa
...Itockledge Junction.
liookled?e Hotels..
Eau Gallie
Melbourne
hcb:istin.n
St. Lucie
Fort Pierco
Eden
..J enen. ........
htuart
Hobe Sound
Vet Jupiter
. ....West Palm Beach...
Royal Poinciana...
Palm Bach Din...
Palm Beach Dan. . .
Royal Poinciana ..
West Palm Beach .
Linton.
Fort Lauderdale...
Lemon Cit7
Miami
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4 1- ;
3 47p!..
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21't.l
2 Jjp
i
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' 1 '
1 Sip
12 ocp !!!!!!
i
10 Ibn
8 2.;
No 21
C lop
6 lOp
R OOp
5 28p
4 4lp
4p
4 0V?
No. 1(9 Palm Beach Limited, southbound, lr. St. Augustino 2:30 p. m., Onnond 41 p. m.,
Eaytona 4:13 p. m., Rockledge Hotels 6:23 p.m.. Royal Poinciana 9ui.3 p. m , Palm iJcach
m 10 p. m.
No- 98 Palm Beach Limited, northbound, lv. Palm Beach Lnn 2:30 p. m.. Royal Poinciana
1:25 p. m., liockledge Hotcl3 0:03 p m., Daytona 8.-0J p. m.f Ormond 8:09 p. m. ; arrive at tsU
Augustine 10 p. m.
Between- New Smyrna and Orange Citt Jcnc'n.
STATIONS.
j?o 1 .No. 8.1
J6oaj 8 &rp Lv. . . .New Smyrna
19a 4 yop, " LakeHlen
9 41p i 45p! " OrangfiCity
( 50p! 4 0p Ar Orange City
No. 2. No. 4.
Ar. 11 a5a 7 Vrp
Lv. 10 21a 5 3Jp
44 110 10a' 6 0ip;
44 ,10 05a, o 00p
All Train between New Smyrna and Oranga City
function daily except Sunday.
Trains do rot stop at stations wher
time is not rhown.
Trains 32, 3, X and Dally.
Trains 23. 25, 21, a, iA, 74, 03 and 09
Daily except Sunday.
Train 7 daily except Monday.
Trains 9. 7 and 33 aro composM X
cluslvelr of Pullman Cars.
BufTett Parlor Cars on Trains 23, 85, 74
and 78.
Trains 93 and 93 ar composed exclu
sively of Parlor Car.
KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
The eteamship Citv of Key Wet of ths Florida East Coat Steamship Company &TM
Ulaml for Kev West on Mondavs, Wedneslays and Fridays aftr arrival of train from Jack
ionviile, making connection at Key West with steamers for Havana. L-ivo Key West 8:00
p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving iliami next morning
la to connect with north bound train.
f
NASSAU, N. P.
eerriea to Nassau. N. P. fBahama Islands), Inaugurated January 17, 1)S, bT the Flof
14a Efut Ccast Steamship Company, b. S. Miami, especially built for passenger trafil'; betwcea J
iliaml, Fla , and Nassau.
rilAMI TO NASSAU.
Tri-Weeklf, Fehruarv 14th to March 25th.
Eemi-Veekly, March 2"jth to April 12th.
NASSAU TO HIAiMI.
.Tri-Wkv, February 15th to March 2flth.
iSemi-Weekly, ilarch JOth to April 13th.
These Time Tables vhow the tlm"-! at '.vhich trains and boat jr-vl expected toarrlveaad
depart from the several -tations and j.rt. but tb-ir arrival -r departure at the times
stated Is not guaranteed, nor do.s tLt: Company hold itseif re-ponsible for any delay or aay
onsyiunces arising th'.rt from.
For copy of local time card call at 22) Weat Bay Street, Jacksonville, or a-ldress
TraSc Manager.
St. Augustine, Fla.
J. D. RAHNER,
Asj t. Con. Paacagor Agent.
WEEXEQS OFFIOK FOR
WORK

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