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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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Eb TL'1tL "I PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 1, 1892. YQLUD2-NUlBER 45.
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= 1f =T= SPECIAL NOT ICts. ---- E'LC> EUDa.' .
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f $1,500 GTWAXTED-or a 15,000 orange exchange Grove or trade and CHlrrBNllBNi Soft
PhosphateGuaranteed
I latka Dwelling House,,Palatka.In and Putnam Lot. Address3FALTERTOMAS County, for jal-tf}'a- MCLARTY BROS. & :


to contain NOT LESS THAN 50 PER CENT. BONE PROS_
FOR SALE-A First-Class all-purpose s
!i Horse, in good condition. Will be sold I PRATE OF LIME and is a Property Digested
I II at a bargain. Call on or address
Plant and Fruit Food:
A. G. HARRIS.
jal-2* Buffalo Bluff, Fla. For Sale by

i FOIl REST-Mrs. Barrett's Cot- XMAS .IS COMINGAND W. A. MERRYDAY VERTREES & CO., Palatka, :Florida.
tage, Third street, near St. George
Hotel. de8-i B. S. CROSBY & CO.,San Mateo.
_
2gfWA3fTEi -Bf first-class .White P. J. CAXOVA & CO., Green Cove Springs.
Barber a good, steady situation I am STOCK
OUR OF
bum. Would FROM THE MINES OF THE
strictly temperate and no
like to locate In some good :Florida
,I town,or will work by the week for fair I Cornwall Phosphate Co.
salary. Address HEBBERT RUSSELL, '
New Schubert Hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. 'CHOIGE NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS !

GPnXVATE I.ESsoss-tn Voice -VVe1shton.: ., ]E'lor1a .
f Culture. For terms, address Lock Box
498. deU.tfgGo
Comprising both the useful and ornamental, ornamental is superb. GOChristmas.A..FTER:
to Duane Bros. tor everything -
you want In the way of Fresh
Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21-tf Presents !

GrFOR RENT-Nicely Furnished
Rooms In the Arlington Hotel at rea-
) sonable Prices,b)' the Day, Week or HANDKERCHEIFS-Th llilands of Dozens, from 3c. to $3.00 each. Silk
Month. J. E. BURTZ.Bros .
(noG-UJ ones from 25 cants each; Fine Linen and Cambric Embroideried from 15c. to

GDuane ,' market is always 1.00.. Gentlemen's Japanese Silk, for Photographing, from 50c. to $2.00.
supplied with Fresh Northern and
Florida Meats. mh21-tf Gentlemen's Japanese Silk Initial Corner:at $1.10 each.

;
.'.- 7 PAINTINO, Kalsoming and Paper 'KID GLOVES-The Ever-Popular FOSTER LACE, every pair Warranted. .
Hanging done to order. E. LEE.:

sepll-tf_ PORTIERES-An Elegant Line of Chenille and Turcoman, from $3.00 to i
PALATKA GENERAL MARKET.&o .- TT
88.50 per Pair. Chenille Table Covers in New Desin'.
: to Duane Bros for First-Class .
Meats, Poultry, etc. Everything first-
class. Free delivery to all parts of the LINEN DEPARTMENT Dozen of Knotted Fringe Satin Damask
city. del3-tf .'.
.
Towels worth 35c. each, only 27c. each. Table Damask ,from Soc to $1.00 a ;
The laws of health are taught in the linen Table
yard. Covers, always acceptable as a Xmas present.
schools; but not in a way to be ,of

much practical benefit and are never STAMPED LINEN AND LENOX ART GOODS-Our stock surpasses in
illustrated by living examples, whichin
many cases might easily be done.If variety and beauty any other In Florida. Table Scarfs, Tray Cloths, Splashers, SS/

some scholar, who bad just con- Tidies, DOIlies, &c. ) '.---
tracted a cold, was brought before the
school l, so that all could hear the dry, Go after them as this bop is doing the morning after L"hnstmaa-wiLh '
loud cough and know its significance LACE CURTINS-A few pair of Renaissance Patterns at half the usual
; your whole soul and with enthusiasm. And do what he Isn't.doing-use good
see the thin white coating:; Dn the price.
loncue. and later at the coal developed judgment. He may get stuck and wish hs hadn't begun. We 'are able to

see the profuse watery expectoration offer some suggestions for Christmas buyers, the acceptance of which.will
and thin watery discharge from DRESS QOOS-Our reputation for keeping the beet and newest thingsin bring continued satisfaction time. '

ThsTourists: the nose,not one of hem I would ever Dress Materials is probably sustained by this fall's, collection and we are every .
forget what the first symptoms of a FALL INI! FALL IN! And examine my SUPERB HOLIDAY STOCKof
cola were. The scholar should then constantly adding to our stock. _.. ._
be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .- XMAS GOODS, PRESENTS, NOVELTIES and REGULAR LINES.
freely, that all might see that even a r
severe cold could be cured in one or TEN THOUSAND ARTICLES-When Selecting your Xmas Presents don't H. W. Ya'MCIiE: ,

two days, or at least greatly mitigated; fail to call and examine the Thousands of Useful and Ornamental Articles that LEADING TAILOR
OF Third Streets
TIlE COUNTY. Corrner Lemon and ,
when
treated
properly as soon as the .
first symptoms appear. This remedy Comprises our Stock. II PALATKA, FLA.
is famous for it's cures of coughs,
codsand! croup. It is made especially
SAYK'8 McLarty Bros. & Chittenden
for these diseases! and is the most
I prompt and most; reliable medicine
known for the purpose. DO cent bot- nC-3 THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE. ,t

druggists.tles for sale by Atkerman & Stewart,


What can give something which the;

world wants, which a great and ever
increasingclass of unhappy beings desperately I Machinery for Sale. .

r iir needs, something which wipes:

Away tears of !!sorrow which restores! One Eight-Horse IT-RIGHT ENGINE and BOILER.
happiness to wrecked homes!, manhoodto !
Twelve-Horse ENGINE and Fifteen-Horse BOILER Horizontal.
One (
lost men? The Keeley cure. ,
One lIEGE PATENT CIRCULAR SAW MILL. u

Beard of Fir' CommUdoner. One 24-Inch PLANING and MATCHING MACHINE.One .

OONS Attention is called to the fact that No. 3 EMERY GKDTUER and CUT-OFF SAW. --
the Board Fire Commissioners of the '
One 40-Inch DISSTON'S PATENT INSERTED TOOTH SAW.
alatka[ Fire Department will convene! One 41-Inch SOLID TOOTH SAW. .. We want to say just one thing about 1892, and this is the time
in regular session at their rooms in for saying it: We propose to make a memorable year of it, and we
Central Station Monday January 4, One LEVER PRESS, suited for saw gumming or other metal work. pro-
ET at 7:30 p. m. A full attendance is respectfully Lot of SHAFTING, HANGERS, PULLEYS and BELTING. pose to begin right now. You'll catch our meaning instantly if you
come and look at the display we are making in Watehea. YoaVe heardof

requested.Gro.. E. GAY,'Chief.J N. A. VURGASQN. Lake Como, Fla.Turkeys a partial eclipse and a total eclipse of the sun. Well, this 'iispby totally;

>as. E. BCRTZ, Secretary.The eclipses anything ever before shown, and not to look at it illi like outMiug
one of the spectacles of a lifetime? The New Year can boast nothing
<< SIGHT"i Rail Problem. finer in jewelry-let us show it to you.
DUANE BROS. Mutton
EDITOR PALATKA TIMES:
In your last week's issue you ask the R. J. RILES, Leading Jeweler; Palatka Fla.

answer to this question:

"How many rails will it require to WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEATS.NEW .
i enclose a parcel of land that has as
many acres in the enclosure as there i YORK BEEF. CHICAGO B EEF. FLORIDA BEEF. I
i are rails in the fence, allowing sixteen.
rails to the rod?" KEEP ONLY THE FRESHEST AND BEST.

The projJounder-strangtly_enough
-omits one necessary condition. lie 4
fails to mention the shape of the rev Palatka General Market, Lemon Street,
quired enclosure. Of course, it may
4 be an equilateral triangle, a square, PO RK. P LlatLLt. CHIKCENS
pentagon, hexagon, or any other regular -
polygon: or it may be a circle cr an
; ellipse, if the rails be supposed to be I GAME. POULTRY. FISH
so curreJ as to coincide with the perimeters
of these figures Be the shape I
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of the enclosure what it may, of See our fine Dollten feet high (more A Bad Practice. .
at course, the answer must vary as the or less), to be given away. A chance A good many complaints have been
shape varies.If given to every purchaser of 50 cents. heard of the careless handling of the I
the of the enclosure be MCLATTKT & ROVTOX.
shape a trucks used at the union depot in trans-
vart (as the propounder probably
means), any clever ten-year-old boy, As Aycr's Sarsaparilla outstrips all i ferring Jaaggage'and express freight
who knows the table for "Square other blood purifiers in popular favor,i from the trains to drays and wagons.
measure" al d what school-boys call'Reductian so Ayer's Almanac is the most universally Several persons have narrowly escaped:
Ascending," also a little familiar publication of the kind in serious injury. Last Monday upon the
about fractions, and that the area of a world.. It is in languages
the ten
printed arrival of the fast man train, Gen. Ide
square Is the quaro of its side, ought and the annual issue exceeds was struck by one of those trucks in
to find the right answer within ten fourteen millions of Ask
copies. yourdruggist the hands of a careless employe, and
-653,300 railsjenclosing w. -
minutes for it. one of his feet was badly crushed, ,
360 or precisely 1,024! -
acres, aqur.remnes. :
which
ibly result in the loss
may pos ,
C. G. < It is established fact that De Witt's .
.. an of the same. The railway and express '
Little Early Risers hare an enormous companies have rights bet they shouldbe
Deserving Praise. ale.. And why-, Simply because they nude to feel that the public upon
We desire to*say to our citizens that whom they both rely for support have
for years we have been selling Dr.King' are pleasant in taking uh and happy in some rights that they will not faJ to
refulte. A pH! tor jjuffitude. For
for auert. We for the of the
New piscovery Consumption ale by P. F. Peek. hope good
Dr. Kin('. New Life Pills, Buck : Y traveling public that ibis unfortunate

en's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitter, John Hewson, Th Tafl r, has re occurrence will... -be investigated.
and have never handled remedies that nrnc3 home sad his -
brg+ to notify may ii
en as well, or that have given such friends and patrons that he is better I Yon cmdth and cougb and cough :. .j
We do hesitate and and couth but will not '
universal satisfaction. not prepared than ever to sfcpply their cough you \
to guarantee them every time, and wants having ordered a large snpoly if you take De Witt't Cousrn and Con-
I
we stand ready to refund the purchase of genuine Scotch and English Goods I sumiittoK' (. tx.. For w.e by P. F. ;9('
price if satisfactory result 3o not follow from Leeds, England. He:la prepared I i Pteek. f'" ..'
their, nee. Thee remedies have to guarantee his cutungand
won their great popularity purely on ship, beta; equal to worJanan..1 I Remembei, Mangoni. cii>:ap rates 1\ _.#!::..- : 7
heir merit- For. sac by Lowiy' fc" country, which it fully on Photos only rem.iiii good anti S for SOUVENIRi..S S
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";;;:.'!You are no son Vof mine!" the old i compelled him to'give up gun-flints. "And you remember whipping SHOUT SUNDAY SERMONS a few years Tlstt6 -

man shouted. I II The business prospered, and Squash me?" to fail to bear you r' St ovised not

am sure I won't! know sa to was known as a man of means, yet "Ohfycs, Squash I hare thoughtof leaving Brooklyn .8 tin tore
thL t." J some fellow would come into the store It a thousand times." <1 PRgXCHED THROUGH THE VAR- middle fifties. i in the

y "You coward!" I jthe od man raved. occasionally and "whal him. "Well, I don't like to strike a woman IOUS ,CLEVER PENS. In 1859 the yoan tor

do.area. of tb.night; \ "Ah, I do know as to that." One day the following advertisement but I have come to whip you." the degree' of 1) rom' received

of tb.day. 'j' a&young main turned away and astonished the readers of the "Oh, Squash, you wouldn't hit me. A Great heart F Mare .. the In 174 rrincetotLL. # hred llarvard

tt.e ldyaEO*r 7et skulking about in a neigblcr'a leading newspaper of Nashville: You don't know-yon-" she hesi Spiritual IVevId-Same Keliciove KeOe r D. upon him. i :that fJf

garden, when a voice called: I tated. "You did meet me in the later Columbia>> fottft 'tht year.
tb.t To THB PUBUO Two month from now tloa*-The Great Record ol R,. St.rri*- that
.
iptd.D.b4 when =: Helloa, Squash." hall be 90 years old. and on my birthday I road once, and I was crying--trying :. 11 Atwet lt. L. II. UI ot
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sere, beetgprae0 -I' "How arc you Miss Nellie," the am going around with my notebook relig- because I loved you, and I whippedyou *. Stems has "elf
I ioonly kept during many painful yean, and an admirer
Gt besi2i.. vr\ung man replied. Ixjwlngto a young whip every man tit I can find him) whose because you didn't have sense I Heart of constancy. cNU'a1
.r+:iwd t.o t I lady who approached from a summer name I have therein eufrwL 1 have been enough to see it. I pretended not to I Failure. He" is imbued with f'S&.pirit.

,RoM.D'er. hour.e. a reward all my life and lave suffered a know you, but I bad watched you hear much paid as shown in American:
... bean tohautr thousand deaths in consequence. Courage. there days! con theta' social
sari Squash, I want to talk to you a *e all know. is a matter c>f argument I many and many a time, and Iwed I WE t'P rt-f.&il- life as well:: as in hit
of tile ancient pan minute." have reasoned with mJr f. aad on the Cth you." church his rttlwi der/1
VI clear krowa waters ol the "All .1ght." day of June I will M a rourageitow man. lIe took ber in his arms. ; .. ure. 'f\nf heart the approach of the "f'" andof

oM .tf1TInc..t.oIIeI the eddies instead of eoward. I am in uteIJenteon- "You wouldn't whip me would ; ceact's U perform the country led I him
"I'm I ,
awfully whipped yen tfsh io
sorry .
exercisesand I
I tlition for fl-=hUn,: Tbe U'-nrh 4t e -| its function and
vwa) vltli wary a sunny gleam. I in the road that day a long time ago." stump discipline wiuh 1 went through you Squash?" I !*>?:. his noted work
e .eeid I"to*river grows "Don't let that worry you. It during the war. have hardened IUT muscles "Come with me, precious," he said. I meD diP Middeny.) American Spirit and! the Earl1
try.yed, rorget-m.-not! j doesn't hurt and enlarged my flcts. I forcotUu, Lady HOM. now. ahd shall' not .p e droor'l.IC.(& colored j levered the cent. "niiial rats6'YttkC.iy.
Jolly kaoft "Oh., of course don't hurt now, individual warning- him of my inten ,
!he laughed.: "I was an awful Tomboy I tion. I may be shipped as usual up to Reclamation of th. Sahara. coursing ; *ewKtflrrtior.t
1 I ,trE oed cofrfnc bere tbe cf tbe fry wall, 1 I in those days and somebody ht 11:3t: p. m. on the 9th day June but after The most, remarkable example of tt t i1 1F through the system ,
that I will never submit to the slightest in- reclamation well ha; ,
JlI own, four' trembling hand I by means of artesian teased,
to have worn me out. I euit. NAPOUCOS (8Qt:US) Jirrrox. Emrtf tact upon the watia
water is found in the desert provinces and there is no
,thence beard the olght.-blnl'. caa "Your day will come yet, probably." The advertisement raided': a great : 'ulat fen is fly'
l
i tear and toM the eY*.iDC" do... or departments of Algeria under the more lil>. : a III .n ss si11
Borrow U a*adrene ate; "Oh, no, I am too old to whip now. hawhaw, and one man who had not French rule. Tbe area officially given In the spiritual sink: t-ffort rea 'hiiij.'j('i i. to
are TOO forgotten Lady Ross But that's not what I wanted to talk whipped Mittox since the old school ...
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'That parting by tbs wicket Pt 4 of French Algeria is 184,403 square I world, to('. there cry y
about You'' know there'sreally days, went around to indulge in that i miles. The outlying portion is put j i 10 a great deal of heart'failure.. Indications man ,ir :h.- n:1); : test -\'Id, tin >

\j to be war oing'I'I' pleasure. Squash offered no resistance I at 135,060 square miles. In this total '| of it are on every hand. >fUr <.wn over I..t.
MITTOX. "Yes, I'm afraid so lie received his "thumping"as The 11 w w.il find i
SQUASH of 319,465 square miles one-half te- We have noticed a fewhkb we will prince
Afraid so? Why, you ought t quietly as consistency would admit, to dl"J\lI himself ti.ut the
I longs to tbe Sahara or desert. The give:
Ie glad:! of it-you ought to be thankful and then bought ten mink skins froma I' would have him i* in to
European filiation in 1887 was Absence from the means of .
,; Mittox: family was well known of the chance to glorify" your name by fellow who had Just come down the I. about 260.W'; the natives and natur- I term heart in Scripture is grace.The a figure Tli re are pleut.v f p i'rt fish ain
shville. Tronetfree.! No Mittox 'I dying for your State. river on a raft the M.I. but tht "",.IIU'- of w
alized were 3.328,549, making a total I of speech to denote tbeaflectUtns.
ever a great man, even when I The young fellow Jerked himself! "If you are not satisfied," said the of 3,5;'*.M9. Cultivation by the E When a professed Christian is aix-nt inlay) : i" ('pie t.u. m 1'1 r get tfiot'a..t.1
it men were so scarce that fair with a contemptuous grunt. "I ama visitor, "I will give you some more." s P,
means of flowing well waters has been from the prayer and class-meeting
llty passed for wonderful modest man, MissNcllicand Idon'twant "I satisfied Squash
perfectly
powers.Id am Thr di that t.theme
sedulou, fo:tered by the French I who" is able to go elsewhere. it ta because g
Dave Mittox; was a general glory. answered. "In fact. I satisfied ..
suply any was Colonial Government for both political his heart fails to reload to "ifiotlal the de iMi : nays" a bi,
store merchant and it Is said that "But you'll surely into the before in. If have ,
J go army no .
you came ycu and t'nomicrcasons. Such wells the call of duty. It is an irkw>mei do
At got his start by making specialties won't you?" further business with me, I will pay as a means of reclamation began systematically i place to him. We fear when weJm- Tact can ..fTI.n' :T> mule! w)
6f mink skins and gun flints. Dave "Not if I can help myself." this man for his mink skin ." E genius and talent ,ar c.u..rrelingB
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to be bored in 1857, the rare the numbers of the social meetings -
had only one son, a bright but woe- "Oh, Squash, 1 thought better ef The morning of the 6th of June ar II itb courage am) tear owe much:
'' French engineer, M. Jus, having demonstrated [ with the numbers on our eberebrolls -
fully lazy fellow. whom everybody you. rived. Squash whistled about the the armed neutrality prudence
In Ib56 that the desert i that there is a very large ntimlr -
I called Squash. The old man rebelled "What and after whaling me in the store, seeming to enjoy his new era of When impudence done the mast.
was endowed with large supplies of I of the church who have dud of
it for a time against this!!! nickname, but road, too" life. Just before noon he went out water. The total heart-failure. repartee it is!? time for the companydisperse
finally adopted it and, boubtless. in "Ob, Squash; if you love me, Join and walked straightway to the wholesale i underground number ; for the bight
of wells that have been bored Desertion of the place of secret
after really forgot that his! the army." dry goods store of James Toby.
( years I 1 since that date in the departments of prater is another sure indication of The seeming length of a sermon
son's name was Napoleon. Squashwas "Love ? By gracious, who said The in his
I you proprietor was busy private will generally proportu'ned to its need i i
Algiers, Oran. and Constantine is heart-failure. No one habitually
distinguished for one thing- that I loved you?" office. make
It is expensive to IJ
economy
stated at 12,135. These wells range continue to frequent the closet whose
I cowardice. lie was PO rank a coward "Brother Tom says so." "Is this Mr. Toby?" Squash asked the
part of the truth!suttee for wholj\
from 75 to 400 feet In depth and tbe heart Is not in a healthy lice tate.
that be would suffer any sort of Indignity "Well, you tell your brother Tomthat glancing at his notelllk.> ) low ctmmon to tbe majorityof An abatement of shI4C'ho tie l notes A man cannot I* truly oquent. | -
pressure
without to raise hand if I wasn't afraid of him I'd call "Yes -"-'"
offering hjs sir; have a feat" he knows: not bow tc lrten.: ;,
them forces the water over the weakness of heart that wl: M'e'U end
In defense His reputation grew un- him a liar. "Don't care to You don't foe
sit\own. Beware of vicmfrtTuai who pry:
small bored to distance of in heart-fail
casing lire.
til U appeared that every boy in the "Then you do not love me?" be remember me, do you?" about two feet above a the ground. r'uurk".nes.11s another indication ruses to reform hi life on t +ieins\
community wanted to make a few exclaimed, with a theatrical start. "Well your face looks familiar." went plan.
The waters are then collected in that the heart has failed to do it!
passes at him. Boys were not admitted That's what 1 said, Miss Nellie, "Ah, ah, I suppose 50; used to be amore Virtue and laziness inajf live
small ditches which them to duty and as a result the man i?
,
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Into "society"until they could but if it ia going to put you to any JI t1e familiar than it is now. I convey pethcr but they are not u ally
the vineyards date trees and fields of dead. If we are not mistaken there
produce evidence of a requisite depravity trouble, I'm sorry I said it" By the way, did you see my advertisement the test term
durra millet. etc. which who show this of
comprise are many symptom
and then show that they "I will call my brother Tom. ?" wheat
No sagacious, wife man w 11 quart
the '} In all death. This the of the
( products, was cause
could whip Squash Mittox. "Oh, no, no. I will promise any "Really, I don't know, as I see so rcl with his own opportuutt es by lamenting \
about 12,000,000) acres have been reclaimed spiritual death of Ananias and SapI -
One day a school girl met Squash in thing for your sake, You raid something many." I the abundance of fools IB the
in this way. The Government jira-a failure to fulfil)) obligation,
the road. She was weeping as thougha about my loving you. Now, "My name is Napoleon Mittox, and I world. :
bores at least'one-tenth of the to God as regards money. What is
sharp pain had caught up with her. tell me that you love me." lam known as Squash I! There is many a rogue in tie world
whole number. As an Illustration of I the trouble with the millions of
"What are you crying about, little "What!" the shrieked. love you? 'Oh, yes!" the wholesale merchant who objects to the Ten Commandments
the reclamation about this I Methodists who to of
by "give
brought promised
girl?" asked Squash. I am a great mind to call Tom and exclaimed, "I know you now. You I on account of their batkneyed
well the j their substance to
t Cryin' because I ain't a toy." have him spread you out thin in the had no whiskers when I saw you last. irrigation, following figuresfrom I earthly according idea and lack of originaity.-t-.J.( A.
a report made in 1885 will be of their ability, to the Uprtrtof the
"What you want to l e a boy path. How could I love you, you I aw your funny adrerttomcnt! Macon, in the Century.
value, but they relate solely to the I iopci and the various benevolent enterprises -
tort""So cowardly wretch boys were laughing at it You are
cultivation of the for wine making of the church?". Wben
grape wet No If A be.. It.
I could whip comeUidy. "I don't know. I'm sure, never haTIng getting to be quite a humorist lam
fWell, I'm a l oy and I ain't never taken the trouble to investigate, glad to see you." purposes! In the province of t bow little is given in comparison There was a knock at the boor of
Algeria there are 60,322 acres; in 'I with their means, we feel that it was kitchen
Aunt Fannies! pleasant
whipped anybody. but when you spoke of my loving you, "I suppose so. 'Say. do you remem- one
"You must be Squash Mittox, I didn't know but that you might ber catching me one day as I was going Constantine 25,021 acres in Oran death by heart-failure. morning;and on one the steps stood a
26,214. Under this species of culti- i Worldliness is another manifestation little girl with a basket on bar arm."Don't .
then? sorter half way love me. to SundaY-!>rhool, back: in the
"Yes, that's wtio{ I am." "I never thought of such a thing, fiftie< vation Algeria it becoming a great i of a failed-up neart. Tbe theater you want to buy( something -
I I I wine-growing country. It sent' to dance, awl card-table, which to "
"Well, I believe I'll thrash you you old coward you. Tom was tormenting "Yes, yes, to be511 re. Ah, the II ? she asked as she came to.
France during eleven months of IfcSC, feel called upon to defend, and
many
right here," and ehe did let in on him; me about you the other day, rollickv>ness of those old days!" "Here are some air home-knitstock
wine and of ,
of Christians
10,213H gallons ; which m many profrvd "
and said that were dying of love somewhat rollicksome logs.
she whipped him until his cries ar- you They were i
cider in the m'year, 216,277,124gallons see no harm in (so they say), 15 an '
did knit
rested the attention of a man and he for me, and I thought that if you said Squash, "and that's the reason I 'Surely yoU not thl'SeJom-
made. The date of heart-failure. And
ran to the place of punishment, but were I might ossibly get you to go have called on you,'' and with anotherw were palmis i evidence so self, JUte-RlrU" said Annt Fannie. t
of the desert .
the largest product died.A
when he saw that It was some one into the army." (#J he hauled off and knocked the they '"No ma'amfVutp: : grandma die; she
simply beating Squash Mittox be "Is Tom going?" wholesale merchant down. There oases proper. The total area under distaste, an aversion to holiness .i lame, and sbeWla HL I and knits. i

begged the girl's pardon and hastily "Who, my brother Tom? Well, I never was a more astounded man. lie colonization or settled occupation in I of heart, is another manifestation of- the things, and I run "':Mfe nd sell
J88'llsgivtn 48.400,000acres; under heart-failure. Many died right there. '
strode And it was always reckon: he is. Father has bought hima uttered a horrified exclamation, and them; that's the way we long,
away. cultivation by irrigation in wheat, The worn of it is that heartfailurein >' ,
thus. No one seemed to think that a I tent and ever so many things scrambled to his! feet. Squash knocked I She says we are partner$ ; 'r
barley, oats, vines, olives, dates, tobacco this world moan heart-failure for
cruelty was practiced when blows fell canned stuff and dried beef and him down again, kicked him into a. I wrote out a sign and pulse
I etc., at 17,041,133. Tbe for- \ t t.erni. tv. 'Their hearts' failed themin
Squash. pitkl ... He's going to be a sutler corner, poured a jug of ink on his ] fire-place: 'Grandma andrieJ
upon
est plantations cover 5,000,000 acres.R being and doing tbe will of God.
The coward was an apt !scholarand and being that is right up next; to bald bead and hastened away. { Aunt Fannie laughed bdV:
J. Ilinton in Mechanic and would said Christ
-[ The day come '
be easily distanced all rivals, but of the general. And you won't join the The avenger stopped on a street the stockings; and as sb )ted
Tradesman. when the hearts of men would fail
-1 course, he suffered for it. lie used to army?" corner, looked at his note-book, and the money to pay for t Nab
them for fear. Only a heart fixed on
"carry a note-book in his pocket in "No, I am not afraid of having my read the following entry: "Whippedby The Earth's Centrifugal '.noeI. said:

which to cater the name of new aspirants feelings': wounded." W. Culp, l>ec. 14, IfrCO." Another The terrific orbital speed of the God will be able to stand the strain This will buy the bred but'

that came to whip him. Once "Well, then, go away from here,. entry of recent date, contained earth, about 5t ,OOO miles per hour, which the momentous event of time for supper." ,

when be had been jerked); from tbe you good-for-nothing thing." the following information, "Mr. tends to impress most minds with and eternity will surely make upon "What if you had nold) a'

straight path that led to Sunday- "Say, wait a minute, Miss Nellie." Culp is now I)( tma.ster." the belief that a tremendous centrifugal I us.-[Wesleyan. thing?" asked Aunt FA.J-

school and had been severely beaten, "Well, what do you want?" Squash hastened to the postoffice. force is exerted, which they also lr. RtorrV Great Hecenk But Maggie shook her "Yo \

he took out hlllJlOk and said: To tell you the truth, I've been in lie was told that tbe ostmaster< was think is necessary to prevent the Hack in t he tr Ionialday* pastoratesof see we prayed, 'Give us f f day pi A oJ

"Will you pleate oblige me with love with you ever since you whipped busy. earth from falling into the sun. four or rive decades were not infrequent daily bread,' and God bacaised J

your name?" me that day." "'I can't help it I must see him. Whether or not we depend entirely in the American ministry hear folks pray so I s ton

"You bet I will. My name is Jim "I don't love you, you coward." My business is of great Imp rtance." upon this force to keep us outward in l.utYltb the departure of simplicityof wasn't any 'ir about itfh en I>

Toby, and don't you forget that I "And I thought," Squash contin- lIe wassLown into the postmaster's space, and away from the much too life they have so lessened in num- says things, they're sure:tertalc.mpo..u. ?

walloped you goin1 and rom In'." ued, "that I would come over and ask I private office.' The Government man ardent embrace of tbe great center of l>er an t4le> little shrtof phenomenal.If .. 014

"I won't forget it," Squash re- you to marry me." looked up and said: "Well, sir?" the solar system, may not just now be sajP the New York Tima, five years ef

plioti. "Here Boee, here," the young lady "Don't remember me, do you?" fully determined, but if so we are more of pastoral work is granted to Thousands of curious a gf aloe

"Well, see that you don't"'This cried, calling the dog.uWbewt't, "I think not" certainly held out by a very slender Rev. Richard Salter Storrs he will theories have been brol forth t

book will tee to that" whew-et,"she whi5tJ('(). Squash took I "1 am Squash Mittox. cord, as we understand these matters.To have been for ahalf century in chargeof account for the fact that *bon, alt

"What, you puttin' my name down to his heels. ''Oh. yes; but it has been a long place this earth's centrifugalforce the Church of the Pilgrims, a fact though, be has whirled \bnmloadisk

so you can have me arrested?" The parade of wars preparation time since we met I was about to matter within reach of the most which 1m Brooklyn flock will celebrate across the heaven, r uau

"I don want to have you or any- passed; the slaughter of battle came. : leave here to Join the Union army common understanding, we will imagine with even more gratitude than ages, continues to burnout bed I

body else amted. Not one of the Squash was drafted. The terror of : when I saw you last, I believe." ourselves driving around a circular -'. th.tII marked the observance of consumed or his bull* log L '
his nature flew into words I one mile in diameter the fortieth of his installation sened In the least. ff learn
hundreds of fellows that have cowardly "Yes; but you saw me on one par. race course anniversary -
thumped me has ever been snatchedup of pleading. lie said that he would I tirular occasion long before that" which makes about a three-mile celebrated in 188(;. men affect to believihat t

by the law." work for the Government; he would Ah, when was that?" course, actually 3.1416 miles, and Dr. Storrs was born in Braintree, great orb is a moms b

''That.:111 right You better not dig wells and curry horses-chop I 'The day you tied my shirt when I making the circuit in 39 minutes. In Maw., Aug. 21, 1821. He is consequently of gas, but even a great of g

have me arrested! I can tell you that wood or do anything so long as he was in swimming-wben you threw order to reduce tbe speed to that time 70 years of age, this year would be consumed in utmo

rd beat you in good fashion then, should be kept out of danger, but he mud on me when I came out we would have to drive at a very glow marking both his arrival at the goody atom in the course of) a $ousa .

lure enough.11 could not stand out and be shot at. "WbySquash I 11.\tn't thought of I trot in fact but little above a fast years. Others pretend belie*'

"Say, will you care if I ask you a Other men have to stand it," an that for years" the postmaster walk. While traveling at such a that its fires are kept uplfce r "
mains of
juestion?" officer replied. laughed. "What a memory you have speed around such a circle in a buggy, wrecked worMich arconstantly

"I reckon not. Fire away.* "Oh, yes, but the thought of it is of those glowing old days. I am really or in any other kind of a vehicle, no falling into it/w i, but

Well, I would like to know why not as terrible to them as it is to me. glad to see you." one would be conscious of any cen- even this seems far fropbabfenottosayapureiyabsurfusio "

you wanted to whip me? I never did Somehow I am tenderer than other "Did you see my advertisement?" trifugal force b inf in operation, and

*(xi any barm-never laW you until men, and having more of the start "Jfo. What business are you in?" fact there would be no appreciable In giving his opinion f" '

xhday." ling imagination of fear, picture a "I am a tanner." force more than could be measured by contention, one of the u ff'

"It's about this way, I reckon: I thousand wounds. I am a coward, That so?" any known method of mea.4uringsuch t r .. astronomers of the day Ul

teard that all the boys bad whipped and the coward more than all other "Yes, and I have come here to tan forces. And yet the centrifugal force that a mountain rang t,

/oo, and as we bate Just moved here men should excite your pity for the you," and before the postmaster knew exerted upon eat.l< particle of matter 176 cubic miles, falling ,_ w. .

I thought I'd have to take a band, poet has said that cowards die many what was meant. Squash was on him; embraced in ud< a driving outfit is would only be sufficient I I.|"1

too, or I couldn't get along) with the times." he choked the astonished man to the substantially identical with the force t } 1 i i the present heat for a B '

boys. "You'll have to go." floor, pounded his head with a spittoon I operating upon each atom of matter a mass equal to that < 1\

Thus the year*passed until the war "But what's the good taking me? left an old quid of tobacco in one composing our planet in its circuit would engender only eD'J,

came on. Wben the scream of the I'll be too scared to shoot. It will be of his eyes, and hastened away to call around the sun. to last ninety-three ye;,

fife and the boom of the drum made simply leading me out to be shot" on some other man whose name held The earth in its daily revolutions, conclusions are correct If U 1

the peaceful air tremble-when "Well, in paying their respects to a place in the note-book. however, does considerably better, as no means of proving the

bright uniform took the place of the you, the enemy my neglect some man That evening a servant entered. a we would have to make the circuit of may we ask the questio

dull garb: of t.nde-rouDg Mittox, that is a good shot. drawing-room and addressing a handsome the race course in about 16 minutes to wonderful, indestructil I eat
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REV. lUCHARD 8. STORE, D. Di "a'
DOW nearly twenty years old, kept They took Squash to the war, but woman, said: produce the same effect, centrifugally I is the sun composedvnJ h

away from glares of war preparation. he ran away. They brought him back "A man wants to see you in de gar-1' speaking. But even then we wouldbe i old patriarchial figure and the completion of Commerce. eras lb.r.r.r.

lie shuddered at the sight of a gun. but it usually took two men to guard den." totally unaware oi a centrifugalforce I of the forty-fifth year of his Th(J.Rea-rr.etl .>rt

"What's the matter with you?" his him. One day a captian stopped, "In the garden! Why doesnt become 1 being exerted. On tbe contrary, i pastorate. lie graduated with distinction It is well known

father one day exclaimed. "What1 where Squash was digging up astump, into the house?" if one of us should mount a horse inside from Amherst College in the four, hours' indneratioi tha

are you slipping around this way ; and after looking at him a few moments "Said he couldn't-'lows he must I a circus ring and have it startedat I class of thirty-nine. At first hisyoung taHy consume the '

for?" said: see you out dar." a full run around the ring, we I powers were occupied with the study body, and there bones ,,.

"Because I heard that the State Is They keep you pretty busy, The young woman went into the would learn in an instant of time that of law. lie read Blackstone for a these left which is alwa "

going to draft men into the army?" Squash." garden. A man stood In the walk. we would have to lean well inward time in the office of F.ufosChoate, but refuse. Among are tl.1. f

"Suppose it is true; what then" I "Yes, I hardly get time to eat." "Did you send for me, sir?" :, toward tbe center or,clse l Cy off out the religious element his singularly i which is believed these aII 1'g

, "Wen, it's hnUl out with me." "If you were a letter soldier you'd "I did. You don't know me, do ward. v ,-SCentrifugal strong nature led him to the study of death or decay to toe

"What ha vent you got patriotism not be a common laborer" you?" icirce must not be confounded theology. In 1845 graduated from I part of the backbone It Is a

enough to fight for your State?" "Yes, but I might get shot and I'd "Why, of course, I do, Squash. with{vnomentum, as there is the AooC'ver Seminary. For a portion I "I uz." It, 1a ,

"Wen, I never had patrotism rather work like a cart horse than to How are you, and what do you want but slight con ectlon. Momentum is i of a year be was engaged in rabbi demonstrated said th

enough to fight for myself, and it is : be dead." .with me?" I due to motion tin any direction; centrifugal church: work in Boston. In 1846, Adrian that to

quite natural that I should think as i They managed to shove him to the "Did you see my :advertisement: I force to circular motion only. however he came to the Church: of fire would not water woul

much of myself as I do of my State. < front once, but when he caught sightof "Yes, and had a real good laugh The centrifugal force exerted by revolving : the Pilgrims, in which his spiritual not grind it burn it, ;

1 !tttn't see'what tbe State baa done the enemy be threw down his gun over It." I bodies is directly as to their activity, ably supported by his pronounced break It. This, nor could

ft me in any way. Nearly every boy and mysteriously disappeared. Glad you enjoyed yourself. I haven I distances from the center and Inversely I scholarly mind and his social supposed by resum

ii be State has whaled me, and noth- When the war was over Sqna: around today whipping people. I as th<$< squares of their circular 1 pleasantnes.; began at once to bring of the many to

li was said about it, and now that went into business with his lath 'you remember going along the velocities or the number ofreToluUonsmadelnagiJentime.A. forth good fruit. Little time elapsed Wrote: Immortal bed

ti state is in trouble, she'll have tot who still handled mink skins once, crying?" I I I before his church became onc of J the .. ,
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hides. The general story of the report, POPULAR SCIENCE. t i REV. DR. TALMAGE. be began steamer t4 paw If .aery&t'1 wasai which like a' '

: then, is limply"this: That we sent abroad patient to be "D,( then we m

eThlTI1e1nLPFJllh1ise3I last year, thanks to the fertility of our I Anthracite coal has been discovered in TUK RKOOKLYN IVINIS SUNDAY ctrl archipeJa up goZ' yob of tho Gcnspel as

cotton fields $10,003,000 more of cotton the District of Alberta, Canada. Sight on land ani .aad the

__.,4E M ItIIU.ET BILLJ and received in return more coff.ev.tin plate Vaseline k said to be among the best SKIIMON. voyage becaffta lemn.to me If more aroma eug. tallfpA
***tiveandy*> you
&A.rr ;CTS KOI: THK 'A1- and hide; coffee and hides bavins loose material for keeping bright iron from 1 a shtpA deck in the darkness =: L '
1I1'L1. l been on the free list, and being left Subject 'The Island of Patrons." is a weird pSice, aol an active im.xsoaatirw,

xV sJ'u 'ORKIUJf. there by the McKin'ey bill, while the rusting. may conjure bp almost any -n'] >> Ul. will lDOtIat.t cavern

trick fingers ot put-baae of tin plate was greatly stimulate Tainted windows were photographed t TEXTS: "FFJle had and It shall walk the Ma qr content 11 I'i,11', leading for
colon by a w. dinmrrrrd Cyprus the smokestack meet bm uil-r tn lill"
%rn the of the dutj to tako in their original recently IM left U the -ip- o white
lutes laud
played more boldly, by doubling on left -Acts ITU. tain's bridge. Bat here I t Thmt-n -.nii-s ; ; ; tLe
marked .sense and eomnioazaiast 'tf,x-t t under that bill at the end of the Swiss uoctor who basdevoteu long study I 3, and"T.J* & was in the ate flat caltfd deck in the Gospel arcbipefctai spirt do vj I I II ; .nLeei : : "
idle C rutmo*. -H velatkm i.. tt.Ooodbj : *
to this wonder that the
subject.A
"pie thin the tii! yar.T.i'1 I MS was tX>nKirMbtbo 'I c'H: I'"r'
C lcrnet I .0, men are doing.prcuc : /ii Kiu'.cy:, : bill bec\me a law nc compound composed of oxygen and I EgrpU Althonzh: intermit,m;; past an .
< I and instructive beyond any countrr in all I! rip* .le eroded' Our re'I': J ai tin, u a aet
11" tOOlS o pubr ecunomP the -nth flay of but October, and the hydrogen has been discovered, which the worM excepting the Holy Land. Rzypt their berths Patru.:, ,

A true.. "tent in peration and returns for the period since that d.itclearly will disolve metal, slid when unitf\ll' was to me somewhat depre wa l. It was a htaptai\ mid "wu *a wil! we \r-.\ it. licee s' ,

\1\.1 be j toaOlc in one country a* disclose its deadly effect. For I with mercury and silver it formA post mortem examination ot cute that ilooct tb< Island of Raodai*" I.xcin ,' ,.ut ir 0"1 :: : \

gmtmcn t.'ic nine months of tile lour thousand years ago. The mnnunuv uu..r bis glaaaci cap, be i-," >n'-' < ci .,.-j-. hi 'I" ,
for corresponding erful Jeisnt1
explosive.Porcelain
? tn.tI'' .ame outgeneration I wrapped op bodies of the dead, were pre- t ciiral voice ". bJu, midu+:lt" .iui.1; it than ill 0:1 w
..r !>n-vn>iM tiecal year, out of every hundred manufacturers in Limoges paren rib e.'torf'De8 to the Resurrect on I! would be keeping unreakoaaitieiiour-i.: 1 e ins books are opet' tbeir,. q'

a. for .t 11I.8 nil: tiling; to all mea, debar.' worth of goods imported, $35 find .hat petroleum and residuum oils day. the I'cTptians departing this life wanting eluded to stay on deck, for I inn-; see revealing the names of via.
Hut p I their todies to he kept in as good ooadi- Rhodes of the islands associated with lived the good ant I the
\\tj m-the the n its victims. worth wa dutiable. For the nine months to other fuel. Tho one .
are far superior any tion as possible w> that they would ba presentable the name of the greatest mn-aooary the and the humble tad mig \
if hap! t rail" at tli", 'cheap and of the McKinley bill this his dropped discovery promises to also cheapen the I when they ucra palled again to occupy world ever saw or ever wiii *es. Paul and at the .urn of every I i

To the tbuver it ewes d the tea $r;; worth, showing how effecta- cost of making china abroad fully twenty them. Hut if when Pharaoh cornea tornuttection landed them and! that was enough to make in rapture ot right an I t.he-.,
the + chosen beoeftciarieaouUiae I l h<> linda: his body !looking as I it fatuous while sarcophagus fit all tm dead
: Jier ot pi ,.i i:t.. To .Ymerit a'ly( it "protects" its -five cent. the work ntarnt, and (a- tt9
rum For the nineuhtonths per I caw big mummy m the museum at Boular, mom In heaven when the world has Ux->:ue shipping. flQ11 the earth w '
rreat11114 oiumeuds il elf be- competition. IdIoto.ohronoI
An instrument called i | bisroul wul t }'* : JI'II cmiuiries and the i increase in value in the ar- The Sphinx she was to stern from the .
new wa es has been invented which when ap me a monstros.Its This island has hat a wonderful hi. tor'l". spectacle.The
e4Wa,, France :ahd Germany bears lip lc, on the free list was nearly $" ,- graph the t a statue carv.-d oat of rock of red gran- With six thousand Knights of St. John. .t a" panorama move on beforeof
I, Oil.i.OUO the decrease in value articles plied.to' nets?opes calaas star tQ record it*sixty-two f."t high and about one hundred one time stood out against two hundred Patmos, and John the exile beb
'J tries and ,
re ciiun+ wage the list wa $$5 000,000, accurately: its time of passage across I am forty-titrc feet long and having thousand warriors under "Solvman the of go! 1, aDd a river more !**\utiful1 A
protected ,
on
( luimer it lowers the I meridian. This eliminates personal the lend of a man and the body of a lion. I Magnificent. The city had three thouaaad Rhine or the Hudson rolls tr" rh A e
UIaC&ui" :ui'i l raises the price ,::in i i,>r the last month of the year (June the I We rat down in the sand of the African : >tatues. and a statue to Apollo called Co- fruit trees bead this bar:"n- "II \, ,
observations.
To ttic manufacturer j jra 1 ">''11.1 I I tile protected articles fell in value erors in the % desert to study it. With a cold smile it has lofous, which baa always since been eonsidered bank, and all is urroun.J! hy l

f&\ ','vi, III" matt-rial and malcM instrument by means of which the profile earthly history, Egyptian civiliiitJou world. It was waive years i.i building and and the sunrises and unst, a U .;. a land \
ibrirv l tol..XJ.OOO.I Grecian civitJiation Ilomaa civilization; was seventy cubits high and hat a winding the glory of horning w .rll I u '.'m V,
-.'- arc icld ota redeemed \V, u, then, is the condition of the of a over bed Call be taken when upon the rise and fall of throne iu- stairs to the top It V>o4 fifty-six years commingle Aa.l the inhabits! : nev U

i'I 10't' "'.tHcrtlJ' traveling at from three to six miles an Bumerable; tile victory and defeat of the and then was prostrated by an earthquake. breathe sigh or otter a groan "r e- mei al.i lepers gt (it under the McKinley bill ai hour. The readinga of the instrumentare armies of centuries. It took three thousan t After lying in ruins for nine hundred years a difference or fnwt a dislike, r weep aj'
-" :. ,t i- r hi in or A recent years to mal one wrinkle on its red cheek. it WM purchased to be convert*! to other tear. The fasruon t'i 1 a ifeieWu them. shown by nine month of its working, recorded autamotunlly. It i* dreadful in its stolidity. Rams have purposes, and the metal weijhiafr seven and their forehead at eocirckvt, trv uar-

cl ic-i. who that the farmer tends hii market narrowedthe experiment on the Elbe showed that with never wept a tear. Its cold ears have not hundred and twenty thousand pounds was lands and they woo wa tiirk are w-.i.! nJr

"y. number of things for which he can ex- u soundings could be taken at the rate bsteneil to the groans of the Egyptian na put on nine hundred camels and carried they who want u' i >ro ,cum,. and the.- who
,
: ? pour together Ir ) di- tion. the burden of which I tried to weigh away. We were not permitted to ashore were brreft are reuoitad. And as the last
go
greatly miles
day.
hit surplus
t I IK equally bold c..tnge increasing of t.iirty u last Sabbath. Its heart Is stone. It cared but the lights all up and down Uw hills show figure of that panorama rolled out .it tight
I miimaed that for lOCh exchange he is not for lliny when he 1 think that John mast have fal hack into
h t',i Ill l you so" if ; measured it in the where the city stands and runs boats come >en
J Jr. tifllwn more and more on the tree fist; An enunciation of the mushrooms and first century ft win care nothing for the Met to tats and to bring three pa. his cavern nerveless and csaaustcd. TTO'
r a, it is not set that MS to of the protected articles toad-stool known to scientists has recently man who fool.; into its impertubabla countenance eengera freight thousands of years of much was it for the naked eva to toot at
una of its many in the last Too much it for human strength to 9**
was
,e Cooke century. its history are eclipsed by the few hours or
bad hams made Dr. SI. C. ,
which he has heretofore a been by
in lint Egypt will yet come to the of perienoe.
'ive the people, up glow days that Paul stopped there. t
II the oft ;HT.I. I, hut i still a remunerative trade, the of London, Enghnd, which shows that life. The BiM promises it. The mission As I stood there on the deck of the Minerva My friends, I would not wonder if yon

i Ti'L-rinj Mi,'KIII1'y bill has demonetized them so : 4600 species of these fungi are already aries like m r friend good and great Dr. looking out upon the place where the should have a very similar vision after1

imagine that tar u the purchasing of his products is i known. Of this number 1100 are foundin Lansing, aro sounding a resurrection Colossus once stood I bethought myself of awhile. You will be through with this world;
's wied. They trumpet above those slain There have its cares aoJ fatigues and struggles and itt
total empires the fact that the world most a Ood of
bow to it. cone'eruedand has thus firmly established the British Islands; but of the will be tome other Joseph at Memphis. There some kind. It Is to me an infinite pathos- yon ban served toM Lord and baTe dom the

get tiio monopoly of their home producersover only 131 can be relied on a,edible, while will be some other Moses on the banks of the this Colossus not only of Rhodes out the bert you cook should not wonder if your;

mec.s; Tariff the taarket in which he is compelled thirty are decidedly onoas. Kile. There will be some other Hypatia to colossi in many part of the earth. This is dying bed were a Fatmos. It often has been:
uai> there u to hll\. teach Rood morals to the degraded. Insteadof only the world's blind reaching up and feeling so. I was readmit of a dying boy who. while;
t 1 a smile." Scotland a destroying angel to slay the firstborn of after God. Foundered human nature the family stood around errowf!y, ax
irethe Uc- When Soothsayer :McKinley meets The Astronomer Royal for Egypt the angel of the New Testament will must have a supernatural arm to help it pecting each breath would be the last, cried:,
5octb. jer Carnegie there is doubtless an states that when the moon is half full its snake everlasting life from his wings over a ashore. All the statues and images of heathendom 'Open tie gates) Open the rates! Happyt

bristle: with exchange of winks and of frequent brilliancy is not nearly one-half as greatas nation born in a day. When, soon after my are attempts to brinj celestial forces Happy! Happy John 'wen, In his
trade. To arrival in Egypt 1 took in the last hour, said to hi* attendant:
little lie attributesthe part solemn down into human affairs. Blessai be our
"smiles, with probably a something when it is quite full. and tender obsequies "Oh brother I the wished
PJCIto deepen of a missionary from ears that we have heard of an ever present Payne long
for the Ohio campaign.-St, Limit brightness of the fall moon to the our own land dying there far away from the God,and that through Jests Christ He comes for day has coma at last r Rdiher

internationalne lltpu ie. bright streaks which are then seen over sepulchers of her fathers and taw around into our hearts and our homes and with ford in the closing moment of his
[ quarantine surface starting from the cra- tier the dusky and weeping congregation of more than fatherly and motherly interest his life, cried oat "1 shall shine I shall sea
Jtscases of the I the lunar those she had come to cave, I said to myself: and affection He is with us in all our stra Him as He is, and all the fair company with.
311/ IOO'S NEW TAI11IT.A ters. He supposes these to be convex or "Here is self sacrifice of the noblest type. gles and bereavements and vicissitudes. Himand shall ban my large I ban

concave and lively invisible under Here u heroism immortal. Here is a queen Rhodes needs something higher than the gotten the 'Yictory. Christ is holding forth'
f cheap goods on and brilliantly illuminatedwhen unto God forever. Here is something Colossus and the day will come when the His arms to embrace me. Now I feel No.
u a cnnie equal Decree of the President Making cross lights, full them. grander than the pyramids. Here is that Christ whom Paul was serving when he I enjoy t Now I rejoice! I feel on manna.;

j. ,ra the Certain Modifications. the sun shines upon which thrills the heaven Here is a specimen sailed into the harbor of Rhodes shall take have angels' food. My eye will see my
among The juke of the papaw has long been of that which will yet save the world. possession of that island. Red mer. Glory glory dwelfath in Immannai's -'

Mr. Kyan, Minister of the United to have the remarkable property Goodby. Egypt This sermon finds tu on As we move on up through this archi- land." Ye, ten thousand tunes in the'
oiurial: known the steamer Minerva of the world has the beg been
i reports in the Grecian archipelago pela'jo I am reminded what an importantpart history dying
State to the City of Mexico, in a dispatch the flesh and the leaves are
I
cf Patmos.
out commerce for softening the Wands ot the New Testament the islands have taken in the history of made a
all their of October 23d, 18'J1, has truu- i often used by natives of trop ic&l Americafor and islands Paulinian and Johannian in their the world. They are necessary to the You see the time will coma when you will

despite niittrd to the Secretary of State A copy : wrapping around meat to render it remuuscence. What Bradsbaw's directory balancing of the planet. The two hemispheres oh, child of Gad, be exiled to your last sickness
.ripple and destroy it, of an official decree of the President Mortimer Granville believes is to travelers in Europe, and what the rail most have them. As you put down as much as John was exiled to Patraoa.: '
uicu arts raising a great shout tender. Dr. road guide is to travelers it America the upon a scale the heavy pound weights, and You will go into your room not to come out
of Mexico, amending the new tarit! this will of great Book of the Acts in for God is going to do something
and audaciously claiming the credit for .that property prove the Bible is to voyagers then the small ounces--and no one thinks of again,
law in relation to foreign merchandise value in the treatment of cancer. lie in the Grecian or, as I shall call it the Gospel despising the small weights-so the continents better and grander and happier for yon; 1
tae }Id bill. It be well to
loleJ may The than Ha has ever done I There will ba such
entering the federal district. The studied the matter fora considerabletime archipelago Bible geography of are the pounds ant the islands are
otic somewhat closely at these reports has that region U accurate without a shadow ofmistake. the ounces. A continent Is only a larger visions let down to your pillow as God,give
14,-.';OVtr what their real mean- articles of the decree areas follow: and has convinced himself that the We are tailing this morning the island and an island only a smaller continent no man if he is aver to return to this tame '

Article 1. Foreign merchandise dutiable juice, or its active principles, would same waters that Paul sailed but in the (Something of what part the islands: world. The apparent feeling of uneasiness
i It i* upon importation under the an effective solvent of cancer tissue I opposite direction to that which Paul voy have taken in the world's history you will see and restlessness at tile time of the Christian's
Fur the fiscal year 1801, our foreign tariir ordi- prove other substance aged. He was nailing southward and we when I remind you that the Island of Salamis departure the physician say, is caused by .
''tumcrce, which includes exports and ot the general customs when wed with tome northward. With him it was Ephesus Coos produced Solon, and that the Island of Chloe no real distress. It is an unconscious ana'

port, reached: its highest figure, run- nance; upon introduction into tIle federal such, for instance, at periodohymethoxychinolin. Rhodes, Cypru With us it is reversed,and produced Homer and the Inland of Samoa Involuntary movement and I think in many
district, shall not be taxed with I It is Cyprus, Rhodes, Coos, Ephesus. There produced Pythagoras,and the Island of Coos cass it 1* the vision of heavenly gladness too
king some $82,000,000 beyond the tig. is no book in the world to accurate as the produced Hippocrates.But great for mortal endurance. It is only l'
1' of the previous year. This is un- more than 5 per cent duty on consumption The height or distance of the .atmosphere Divine Book. there is one island that I longed to see heaven breaking in on the departing spire

c,ui iiedly agratir'iogc.-xbibit but when based upon the total amountof from the earth, to which it ex- My text says that Paul M Cyprus on the more than any other. I can afford to miss You sea your work will be done and the

rind that this is only one-half its import duty. tends, is not definitely known. It is variously left; we, going in an opposite direction, have the princes among the islands but I must sea time there for will your be wings departure over will be and at band wags and tinder -
you
Article 2. Foreign merchandise exempt from 100 to 500 it on the right. On our ship Minerva were the king of the archipelago. The one I longedto
estimated at the air and
r.'wtb for the year 1890, we begin to u not miles in circumferenceas you an i songs let loose on ,
only two or three besides see so many
uspect that the nine montmoper&tlOn ofthe upon importation from the payment miles. It produces a pressure upon every party so we had plenty passengers room to walk our the Cyprus or Crete or Paros or Naxos or your old father and mother gone for year
of duties under the tat ill of the of the whole bat I had rather in this will descend into the room, and your littlechildren
Mi Kinley bill has checked and hurt spot equal to the weight deck, and oh what a night was Christmas Boo Mitylene, for the last
general customs ordinance shall not, amountsto night of 1SK in that Grecian sail through the Grecian archipelago see whom you put away
of above. This archipelago
the natural and healthy growth our column pressure sleep years ago will Mat your side, and their
islands of light al. island of that than all the others; for more of the
ove, beneath
r"-".. tjr'r -I. a review of the upon introduction into the federal about fifteen pounds upon every square It i. a royal family of islands beauty this glories heaven landed there than on all kiss will be on your foreheads and you will

tbe past twenty-five years district, bear any other duty. inch. Since the pressure of air is evenly Grecian arcmytago-the crown of the the islands and continent since the world sea gardens in full bloom, and the swinging voices

: destructive influence of our Article 3 Tho provisions of toll balanced upon all sides we are not conscious world'scenery ret with sapphire and emerald utond. As we coma toward It I feel my open of shining hushed. gate, and will hear

\1Jiflr tea commerce tariff as obtaining in tbe federal district of it. Upon the outstretched hand and topaz ana chryaoprasa, and ablaze witha pulses quicken "i John, was in the island long In ago a Christian departure thai yon
many
system upon I' that is called Patmos. It is a pile of rocks
glory that teems let down
out ot celestial
Jefferson aptly called a main and issued under date of June there recta a column of air that will landscapes God evidently made His twenty-eight miles in circumference. A few have known and I have known there was In :

pips ouF' prosperity| and the hand. 16th, last, are hereby repealed to a* weigh 200or 300 pounds. We are not mmd that just here Ha would demonstrate np cypresses and inferior olives pomp it living the phraseology that iniicatel of the the departing ones something of- "

far contraveiie this is the utmost that be done with islands for oat of the earth and one palm tree spreads reappearance -
J !ttnrc. at they present conscious of this, because there an can barrenness and those long daceaaed. It is no daJbiota, no \_
But the gloom
its
the foliage.
beautification of
area devoted tc farmn decree. underneath the hand earthly scenery. island made it delusion bat a supernal fact. Your glor>
se equivalent pressure The steamer bad and loneliness of the a prison
the
Article 4 This decree shall take stopped during night, Wed loved ones will hear that you are aunt
lands for the banished evangelist.
cooHtmitly brought to support It.Saturalilits and in the morning the ship was an quiet as in heaven
will "Hay
:
with the offset ou the ltof November next. this floor, when we battened to the deck Dotnitian could not stand hit ministry to come and they sty
most intelligent recognize a certain number up I downto show that soul the way apP 1{
armed that minister go
t labor in tin world; Icwi- call zoological eenI I and found that we had anchored off the and one day, under guard May I be the celestial escort May I wait fan .,
SAM SMALJjMAULKO. of what we might island of Cyprus. In a boat which the natives of the Gospel stepped from a tearing of the And the : '
nations in tile invention Dr. F. L. Oswald. boat to there dismal rocks and walked to that soul at the edge pillow
rowed up
,
ters of population, says standing up as is the custom, Lord will : "Y a. You may fir down "
or-psving machine with and it seems strange bow completely [ injfead of sitting down, as when we row we the dismal cavern which was to be his borne on that mission.say And I think all your i

r .. of the raw material A Saloon Man Knocked ills Tooth marine channel has p r- wele'.soon landed on the streets where Paul and the place where should pass before him glorified brethren will coma down aaJ they ,
a narrow < and Barnabas walked and Yea all the conflicts; of coming time and all the .
we ought under any wise Out for an Asult in a ProhibitionS often prevented the four-footed satires whets at Antioch, Paul and preached.Barnabas got, raptures of a eomin eternity Is it not remarkable will be in the room and altttouxn those bear In ;.
around no
e of laws to produce the .' of such regions from colonizing a neighboring into a fight--as ministers sometimes did and that nearly all the great revelations have- voice health and standing see no arrival you from may the heavenly .

4 IIr the world and with continent. Asia, for romance, at sometimes do for they all have unperfeo- of made and poetry banUbment and religion Homer world yon will see and>aar. AnUSa UOr

out.
n evangelist, was assaulted in an At- dearness Dante writing break, the cry will to: "Follow mel Up Ud
,a coottuerce.iur of the Sunda islands, which seems to o7 that bitter controversy, Paul and Barna banished into ;
de By tau gi\. cloud post thew stws,
: tariff lanta barber shop Thursday by Tom bas Barnabas his "Divina Commadia" during the nineteen way
'a.S proni story form series of stcpping-atoiies to the parted came back bent tc bid native land straicnt (or hom ,straight for glory.straight
frorn
in Miner saloon proprietor who has Cyprus which was his birtbplace. Island years of banishment ;
chtt-Wfl a
0",1> itsot mainland the zoological tor
I Australian yet Victor Hugo writing his "lies MTserablea"exiled
wonderful for history I Ii hM been the
oiTtEaTday
dwarfed recently been made the object of HOUM prize As in the Grecian archipelago
diur.nily contrast between Labrador and Brazil is sometimes won by Persia. by Greece by from home and country on the islandof walked
i Patmos to fade oat of eight I
began
he :ron its natural [iroporI very harfeb criticism by Small. I Dot greater than hetw .Uin osun and I Egypt by the Saracen, by the Crunadenf -, Guernsey, and the brightest visions of to the stern of the ship that I might

In a public speech in Prohibition I Australia. From such centers of distribution f and last of all. not by sword but by pen and the future have been given exiled to thOM from who the by eye on the enchantment a* long as I coup

li.iII, dora (G.cat Britaia halt in this city, Small attacked Miner as Burnish and Dcngat!aliundred L I century that the pen Lord of the Seaconsfield keenest diplomatist who under of the :cuter knra won or sorrow it to room were of t'eriu\t. Only and the voice that sounded out of heaven to
a
I ln1 Ui a population of thirtyilf perwMiilly stating that to sell pop- different mammals have have spread lease which was as good as a purchase, set those who have been imprisoned by very John the exile in in the the water cavern that on Patina dashed
seemed soua'ling
bit r million, crowded upon skull liquor on Decatur street, ho was nortt. and west, but only three of them, Cyprus among the jewels of Victoria's bard surroundings have had great revelations against the tide of our ship "Behold the tabernacle

it r m area than several of neglecting l his wife and children and a wild dog and two species of rodents, crown. 80 Patmoa made to them.wild, chill and bleak and ter- of God Li with men and Ha will !

'Ie$ ;h no agricultural products leaving them tn penury and want. Ho succeeded in making their way to the We went out into the excavations from rible was the best island in all the archipelago dwell with them. std taay shall be His people {
to aud much olit continued hilt references to Miner in which Di Cesnola has enriched our American the best place in all the earth for and Uod Himself shaft be with them and
spare,
.
of the
land kangaroo.A museums with antiquities and with no Letter Before be their God; and God stell wlp away all 4t
divine revelations. a panorama
prices fixed by competi- hit decidedly pcrsonul strain. aij weapon than our foot we stirred up the the in which tears from their eras, and there shall ba no
be successfully, room you
capest I labor of the world, Small w cut to;the barber hop to get ground deep enough to Ret a tear tottla in nit must be darkened, and in the presence of more death, neither sorrow nor trying,
Famous Gladstone.: which *oni mourner abed his tears thousands neither shall then ba aav more pain, for the
lent abroad in cotton ties shared and Miner accosted him saying John was to pas such panorama as no
Kinlev bill had raised that this was tie first time he had The lame of the madstone owned by Christ of was years born ago lighted and a lamp the which feet of before man ever before saw or ever will sea to this former things are parsed away.

'I 1 per cent for the benefit a chance to see him. L. T. Anderson, of Memphis Tenn., has poor pilgrim on his way. That bland come of world, and hence the gloom of his hindrance.surroundings t
was a help rather than an .
(let Iron and Steel !- ''1K you know who I am, sir?" spread abroad, and now there is rarely a Cyprus has enough to set an antiquarian All the surroundings of the place affected Will Make Ships Uusinkable.
bitten by a mad'dog In"that >territory wild. The most of its glory is the glory of when ha of
h jre not enough for that A ked Miner. man the Ht. John's imagery speaks
but the victim to him for treat- past and the typhoid fevers that sweptits heaven. St. John, from enforced And DOW a material has been discovered
tribute the farmei Small that he did not. roes
ovaoa |vy on replied coast and the cloud of locusts that often teal
eau -et, but must have let- With the statement that he wan Tom menL A year or so ago a colored m i blacken its skies (though two hundred thousand abetinanoe which bis or having revolted except, think that at of that will make ships uasinkable.
iuuao lacerated by the fangs of l dollars were expended by the British I appetite The article is called cellulose and is to be
,pursue him with its Miner, ho assaulted the evangelist, was terribly harm; aId as the famished man is apt to '
: in lie was successfully empire in one year for the extirpation of table covered with manufactured in Philadelphia. The cellolose -
mad dog Mississippi. dream of boBbtifnl
ito market where he u' broke his eye-glasses and knocked out I these
noxious to do the
inscts failing
I of then yet luxuries, St. John of the inhabitant is made from the bush of coconuts
treated and stnce some seven so says
of his front teeth. work), and the of
re det product one bystanders frequent change governmental I shall h "
no more.
ncr
of heaven "They
the mad- and has the of absorbing eight
} where or eight people have applied masters hinds r prosperity. property
bbl to the imports, immediately separated them and the Scarcity fresh water on Patnvo and the
>I t ana icrcae in themt Chiefly trouble ended. stone, always with good results. A few Bet when the islands of the ea come to hot tongneof St. Joan's thirst leads him to times its own weight, of water. The-

r ,art and weeks five people bitten at Raleigh God Cyprus will come with them, and the I .aure hewn as he say. 'They shall taint husks are ground i into meal the meal w
ago
e, tin plate Ilev. Mr. Small says it was simply agricultural and commercial opulence which "
raJ; be t-coffe i to im- the brutal attack of a thug, and it ho wen treated by it, and now comes adorned it in ages past will be eclipsed by no more. place i in sacks, and vessels are lined

:a h. commerce of had expected it he would have been another victim, J. J. Young, a planter the agricultural and commercial and religions St. John hears the waves of the sea wildly I I with it. Owing to the quality of the
Osceola Ark. who was bitten triumphs of the ages to ooma. Why i* dashing against the roots and each wave I fiber it is impossible to make a hole in it.
.,720 000.000, while Ute United l ally prepared but be was taken completely living near the world so stupid that it cannot see that has a voice and all the wave together make j't material acci-
of the was
pfd, with the advantages I unawares. He wa not hurt by a dog, unquestionably mad. He nations are prospered ha temporal thing ia a chorus and they rewind bins of the multi- i j I The discovery
madstone and todiaous anthems of and ha la"! dental. A French uoiNiat; wa practicing
the heaven
advised test in
to
mentioned reached only $1,617- his wan proportion a' they ar* prospered religious
Ire enough to prevent appearance at a in search of Mr. Ihuaga Godliness u profitable not only for "They are like the votes of many water-. 'j I at a targett 'It' against a quantity
went to Memphis,
,000. Moreover for the ten
rally at Prohibition hall at night. where individuals but for nation Questions of On day as he looked off upon the sea huiv.the shoW that struck
drti ending with 1890 the growth of be made a speech vigorously assailing[ Anderson. The madstone was applied tariff; questions of diver bill question of I waters were very smooth a* it U to-is v nt iluae wet :
than in sail them in the Minerva and Uicv the target pierced it tad disappearedamong
while
jUb '\ etUI was far more rapid the liquor traffic and saloon keepers. and adhered longer any previouscase 1 republic or utofmrchy have not so mud to we ''
it had been tried nn. It continuedto do with a nation'temporal welfare a* questions were like glass, and the sunlight seemed to ; tbe bU8:.*, leaving no signs ofI
pa ort.: Miner says Small's assault on him I set them on fire and there wa a mingling of I
virus from the wound for of religion. Give Cyprus to ChrISt'Te their peootranon, 1)1':'. the material
ut us examise of the item absorb the flame and a.'it. I II
Jttt tome several days ago was entirely unprovoked Kpjtatyi to Christ give i Antenna to white light and intense The
1 Iud
blast I year's iswreasbig trade. In ex- and unjustifiable that he did fully two hours before it refused to ad- Chrift, give the world to Christ, and lie wIll I John looked out from hi* caver home upon I II { immediately clot tij'; ugain.
; j brilliant he thought of the splendors thus led t<> tp'-.ment3 and tb no
here longer. Mr. Young returned home gin trees all a prosperity unlimited. Why I that ;a given
raw
a Kindle
fto agricuhural product, Dot make it as a minister, but as a convinced that he need apprehendno is Brooklyn one of the queen cities of thee I of heaven and describes them "A a sea of to the manufacture: ot the new arts !e .

/tou furnished all the increase aadlirteca campaign stump sj l esker, and that it fully results from the bite.- rthf Because itI the queea cities of i glass rambled with fire. Veil seated n theI If the hull of vet '>tr lined with cclluose k
millions aorr. In breadstuff was tIIO outrageously unjust to himself unpleasant efcorcbe I I dark cavern of Patmos. though homesick and
tert vas a falling off because 01JDI1er and his family that he ,ca (/i ;it his TimeDrrrocrat.Hrbalei Blindfold me aDd lead me into any city hungry and loaded with Dotaitian's .nathe- it will ma/vj it practically: atuinkable. -
I St John was tbe most fortunate man Atianti VonMitvtien.
ef the earth so that I cannot s.a a street or tnm-s -
crops, bat. owing to better it as soon as a warehouse or a home and toes leads me j' 0:1 earth brcaose of the panorama that
pees abroad, we seat out an unusually which be did. a "Whlner. into the churches and then remove the passed before the month of that cavern.

jge proportion of hat shorter crop. In dctcnnitdI"f't ,pr'c ,:.-, cavalry officer, of whom bandage from my eyes and I will tell you Turn down all the taght that we maT Finder Antojrspsti of Idiots.
Tampa In from what I see inside the consecrated I ter seel! The panorama passes and to!b8t-1
,
,n. 'tis, comprisiai; meat and dairy : w Pory is told, did not ia- wails having D nothing outside what conquering Christ robed gir Jled. armed. Impressions of the finger-tw; o uj

fdu t t.tbe was an increase of ?*,- Fire broke out Tb' : tx ;ea'zd out of a share of the is that crtv's raerekandise its literature, j flash of golden cat ileatit-* and even star i I have been feed by Dr. AVAbuaoo to

JO.C'.J) I i. Thus a single l glance show In Aurelis' restaun\ ,eea Q ma: a death. It was after the its schools ft* priatfBg prenea, iti government in His right head candlesticks- and stars I show very different mitrif pt from thosei

ptas boasted inca ease ofT ort was I avenue, in Ybor City?* e 4 I Oravelotte, t *Q hest fight its home; its arts its adnce and its II oMaaiag there fight pastes held a up throne and and tight Christ ecau.rerl.And on it, of sane people. Ia a oaaber idiots the
it ifoo-
; In .IlIY way fostered by tatslcKm- Tampa, devoted to cif- snt o tier f 1870. ranee prosperity and pauperism or depression and onUawry. The and tea seal broken and the woes souaded t markings oo the tips of all

f l>, '.. hat was due soleh\ \ tee beja' ring. Owing to :dim .5 11 c ivai'y officer hiss altar t f God m the church is the hip I and a dragon slam, and seven last piagwM I j the Angers OB each hand

:,:.. cottoa fields of U" c uth pro i tile firemen did not arri.lf + S Vs01 water mark of the world's bapptn_ The swoop, and seven vial are poured out, and were iieotical, and ia ODe idiot the tips
And halt moment ,
the vision vanishes. we a
*jced their: largest 1tcLr.. ..uiipt i fire had gained good head-, Christian religion ttta aphsnt. all other
crop had the
z interest triumphant. The Christian religion to relit from the exciting Bpactacte. Again I of the Uiamos same markings as,
wi bad $40, 00,000 wona of oota I blocks, having seventee] : o. c i's' /control low down, all other interest low down. the panorama move ca before thAt cavern of tGoe of the finqcn. There was a notfoj

; send the ..i't over the previous all frame were destroy 1 : Sol thought ca the evening of that day we Patmos, and John the exie see a great city 1 able smoothness of the fiagartips in,
estimated at $00.000 to 4j stepped street* tof Larnaca representing all aboW faotuunnltaain JIon towered. -

't.Yc.1 1 tnathmtuTi"ecuttoatiport,3,000- buildings were octopi.- e : I' Cyprua onto the boat that took us bwto_ palaced.templed foliajsd, idiou.t

i O.OOU ptW1 although seM in a free Cubans, who carried lit

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7KdITN .111'EDcUlib;It money rather tb&queer hays tbAt f invested the bluloa la IhlaetI1DU1 of Little Bros.' Fertilizer and Phosphate !

,rone of it's nu at n.U.8.mint
9PanyoYa
b.reotabaC the moan.talaa .
must be kept very

JAN. 1. t892.* of IU bee u.e point ,
k
uP crowe. of Florida'' are mot son..
'fila O f
L become due pro rata aerooa bat that they might eonw together and

1 and snort time payable oopoor their Issues and ccwpel,the payment of "
and all shin SilkS the proceeds of .. ,. jw ;:"i"j'
fair .
a price .'.
xildb* mad 1JJ'express. -: .J ..
F' F
I&Ies, according to the acres of -! '
red totter the aggregate '' 7 .3"
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/ BCBTZ, rmVUsr bearing tree; Pods are the bane of the present : ;.:.,: .. -_ .. itA. .. '
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social syst*m,bat w* ate like the minister .'" ""- '"'" .. -, ..., -;. .
ALaTKA.. FM>.n A. ::::.. ... ; "' "
I wbs cautioned his torn against going fishing on --- .- ....... ...::-, -- -+ ., '- ;
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(n.AUaanu. Ix 1868 there was about $40 per capita of room '" .:' .
... N.. -.r.""". .
ey In circulation; cotton was about 30 cents a -' :'t ": "'...._,_
_
.
road Ja 'grant* made by; pound The farmer then put a 600 pound bale of : I

F to cotton on his wagon took it to town and MId It. A ;:- :
mounts 391,442,385 acres J F
r ,
Then be paid f 40 taxes, bought a cooking stove T r ro

C / ;/five persons to a family. this for $30. a suit of clothes for fit,his wife a dress le k4 111"a, e 1 1 i

.- :'es for each family in the United< for 5. 100 pounds of meat for *18V I barrel of

flour for 112, and went home with $2o In his
wdnder have mlles
Ii it any we -
pocket IMHJ there was about |8 per capita of

) : and paupers? money In circulation; this same farmer pat a

500 bale of cotton in his wagon went to town

ILE the cotton, orange, wheat, and sold it, paid f40 taxes got discouraged,

went to the saloon, spent his remaining|2JO
,
wool and
1, pork producer are cry-
and went home dead broLe and dnmk--Jeor"
fin despair and are gradually being paperla 188*.

orbed by the Sheriff, It is pleasant(?) And la 1891, with Jess than$3 per capita in actual _

note that railroad express, oil and circslitlon,a fi09 pound....of cotton win
DOt bong enough to pay his tax. And the contraction
her companies are not
monopolistic
attn
of the currency goes on.
.
>apiAining. They are "sawing wood

JL saying nothing." FEDERAL POINT NOTES.


t t. the panic year of 1873 there were Correspondence of TUE TIMES:

)tl83 business failures, involving a los FEDERAL POINT, Dec. 20. FACTORY SOUTH JACKSONVILLE.

1/ of $228,500,000. In 1800 there were Christmas day Las come and gone for
Post-office Box \
749 245 :
Telephone
15,335 failures with a loss of $403,500 the year 1891, and has been enjoyedby JACIiSONVII.aL,

COO I And the failures for 1891 hill be our people here in a very quiet and

even more And yet we are tlld that rational manner, which leaves with Foreclosure Sale.H. Application for Discharge. I SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. SHE!

the country is prosperous! Yes, it isproiperous them nothing but pleasant memoriesand Myers &: Bra, H HEREBY LIVEN THAT SIX .
NOTICE
AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL OF FLOl
-for the trusts and monop true rejoicing; that they have For the benefit of Inter Peter- } *from date to-wit, I will: on the !:!o DAY final iOs'MAILCHA.I.ltll. I i USHER of foreclosure and sale rendered STATE ,virtuethe
M Administrator
nan present
with
olisU. Will the American people be been born into a Christian land, with the mill annex*!, of Henry I account and vouchers as Executrix nf my the last j I Court by the for Hon.the J.Fifth J. }Finler Judicial Judge Circuit; of the of Florida Circuit the Itttb Circuit day eM'Fifth of .
Feterman,dec aced. } Forec'ueure.TS. will and testament of Thomas T. 8rtye, deceased I
equal to the demands of tbe times? thr enlightenment., and comforts that to the County Judge of Ititnam County ,! sitting in Chancery, on the 14th day of oyem- Judicial
ber, A.U. iwt at Chambers in a certain thereinErskine .
cause
his I cause
at in
Florida
hare been handed down to them Milton, Braw Cooper Hannah Singleton my final diacharge office as such ralatka Executrix.and ask fur therein rending wherein Julia E. Smith and I' Is pbl
I Singleton: and Calvin 'ISJ.'TII SEELYE, herhusliand,A. I. Smith, are complainants, andCalvin fondant, I baysale.
IF the government had control: of the through all the generations since Oil is. I Executrix. W. Tucker and Emma w. Tucker, his ;. at pub!
Chris came upon earth and gave to AXI> BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL CBMCETT CITY FLA. Sept. 22, leil.cep2vdns ,'l1e. are defendants, I. u S|>ecia! Master inChancery. bidder for *mr
TU.i roads it would operate them at cost the theory of human life UNDER nf foreclosure and ale n-nderrd ; i appointed therein to execute said House Into.Putnam .
mankind true
I ID the Ci.cuit Court fur the Fifth Judicial lir- | decree, will sell at public auction, for rash, to dared
as it does the postal eptem. Then it and human action. Christmas eve 1 nit of the State of Florida, Putnam County, by the highest and best bidder at the front door ,, FIRST M0 f

would not cost ovei 1.) cents a box to was celebrated by an exhibition given the Hun.Thomas V. Kiog Judge of saidConrt, of the Court Hofliie, In Palatka, in Putnam i i firtr day Ji
on the first day "f February, A. D. 1('4, In a certain Santa ( lauHEADQUARTERS Connty.ii theFIRST MON UAY IN JANUARY. I I described UulConnty
J lay Florida oranges down in Chicago. by the children of our white school, : cause therein pendant, wherein Herman A. D. l&U, being the fourth day of said month, State )
under the superb management of their. Fred. Mien and Uepo Myers, co-rart- during the legal hours of sale on that eta\, aU All itiatcertl
Wouldn't a smile of prosperity hover teacher Miss N. O. Powers. The 1 nets, doing business as H. Jyers & Brother, that tract or parcel of Und situate in too Southwest" t.eaat .
as complainants, and Milton Cooper Hannah County of Putnam and State of Florida, and described I ',. ot Sect
I 'Il' over this State T Oranges will not be school room was beautifully decorated' Singleton, Bram Singleton and CaMn Gilli. as follows to wit: ; Ht Kant, con tali

worth the gathering when the thousands with evergreens and dowers, converting are defendants, and which said decree of foreclosure Beginning at the Northeast comer of theorthw..t And upon rn.
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of. execute and de\
was on the 28th day of April, A. D. 184,
:.,. of young groves begin to bear, it into an almost fairy bower of ail"ned and sold by said II. Myer & Bros to Section No. Twenty-five in Township TweU'' chasers thereof
floral beauty. The exercises consisted Henry Feterman I will Mil for cash at public -FOR- pouth range Twenty-six East and running. same purchaser ]
/ if the preseut system prevails. The of recitations and tab- oute.y, at the front door of the Court hones, thence West five (5)) chains, and thence south December IC.JA!
songs 1 In raUtfca, In Mid County, on the FIRST MONDAY twenty (a! ) chains thence E *t five ((5) chain,
fruit- rowers had better agitate the leauv, rendered in so orderly and intelligent IN FEBRUARY, being the ffrvtday CHRISTMASCANDIES thence North to place of beginning: twenty (20) JiMiiii'R H. Bras|

public ownership of railroads. a manner as to delight the of said month,during the legal hour of tale, the chains, containing ten acres more or less, dec4-td .
together: with orange grove residence and outbuildings ----- --
described
following land, situate In the city of
audience that filled the house to its Falatka said Putnam County, being the westerly thereon situated. SPECIAL
utmost capacity. It may be needless halt of Lot No. 3.in Block No.23, describe J. H. HARP
{ there feefrths of all as bounded the west the Hue ol 1.01No. Special Manter In Chancery.R. .
100,000) men own on by eat
add that the school \i?
to was nevermore NDER AND BY
.5,on the south by the north line of Lemon W Jt W. M. DATIS, Solicitor form- U
the wealth of the United States. Du- flourishing than now under thf street, on the eat by line dividing: said Lot No. pia I oantll. d..td of Court foreclosure of the andCircuit Fifth& JuUi*

ring the lat fiscal year the government able management of its competent 3.south equally line easterly of Lot No.and 4 westerly, on the north by SPECIAL IIASIEU'S SALE. State of Florida for the County; Fuuiaia- -- by-
teacher. Christmas night Mr. and the Hon. J.J. )Finler Judge If "said Court.dated)
collected from tariff and internal revenue J. E. BALDWIN. the 12th day of Nov'tiuber. D. 1891, tereia
Mrs. E. S. Hubbard had prepared a Special Master. I R.&EIJI SMITH "DER AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL Charles. (i. Ellie is complainant and Jan_ H
and disbursed$38! These CAtnocs & Solicitor U
,000,000. : GILLIA.Pl&lntl11
great treat for the children, both old lai-td DECREE! of foreclosure and sale renderedby Shelley Sheriff.ex-omn: <. Administrator if the
hundred thousand mea thould have' and at their residence under __ the Hon.J.J. Finter, Judge of the Circuit estate of fnsl. C. Thompson intestatej de!
young, Can for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, ceased. and Mary E. widow. said
paid $288.(>00,000 or three-fourth of the the auspices of the Saobath School. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Announce to the residents of Pa- sitting In Chancery, on the 14th day of November Fred. C. Thon pM>... ThollllfClUllo I will llat
The festivities consisted of a A. D.. 18:.>1.,in a certain canes therein pending public auction, for cash. to the highest aiHbe< k above amount, but because they paid songs, I N CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- latka and Putnam> that wherein Daniel M.Adee Is CMnpUinant, and bidder, at the Iront door of the (ourt. Himfc, toalatka
fishlne pool and a Christmas tree that CUlT of Florida, in and for Putnam County County they are Sewell 1'. Hays and Grace \V. Hays am! defendants in said mtnam. onlthe
ooij.tariff an" revenue on just the articles contained something for every child Calvin making full line of PURE FRENCH 1. as Special Master in Chancery, appointed FIRST MONDAY fxj7N't .. A D fcw.
wed Oillig a the.ein execute said decree, wilt sell being the 4th day of aid month dun. rftbe
they personally they paid of the children .
having
present, some TS.fatilla I Attachment. at publiiauction, for rash, to the hirhel and lecal boors of sale on that day all the folloin
bat $5,000,000, while the poor working seen three score and ten years. Amore A. Rembert MIXED CANDIES, at 16 cents per test bidder at the front door of the Court described and, situate In the Count) of Jntfcun

set of children were never Yon are hereby notified that a writ of attach. Hoiue In PaUtka In l'utnaoGuntOII the And State of FloridaBeing a part of the
mssses had to and did contribute all jolly ment has been Issued against your goods, chat pound and upward*. FIRST MONDAY IN .JA l'ARYb A. !). 1M'.r1, west quarter of the Southeast quarter
assembled together. tale lands and tenements in favor of the above being the fourth day of said ilnrinic the four(S,, in Township twelve(12)( ono -.f S.ila.
dollar for
the balance or virtuaJy Our line of fine CHOCOLATES at :
every I After a few songs; a bamboo filJbm named plaintiff and under the same the le afhoun of sale on that day all that tract or wenty-seven (ZDeaMt. and more ("' '
the : produced Sheriff has levied the described parcel of land situate in the County of Ititnara scribed and bounded as follows, to-wit
genera government
keeping following
up pole of native growth was lands, toit upon: All your right, title and V) cents per pound, cannot be dupli- and State of lorida, described as follows 0InarIb.tf'fl1J6; )rod* west ahdtwentv JO rt<
That is why the millionaires of the and the fun commenced. Every child interest In and to the lands on Drevton island "" -it: north of the Southeast corner of the afor*".|
hat and according to Putnam County Florida of which the late Wm. cated.A Lot No. T''.. ((6)) of l Section Twentv-fonr(24) tract, thence running east twenty ,JK) rs>,
United States are in favor of a tariff caught a paper P. Rembert, d'iceaed.relied and possessed and in Township. Nine (91. South of Range Twentysix thence north twenty((20): rods thence west t..
and Internal revenue. Don't see orders, wax compelled to put it on arid inclusive of her right and title derived from; W. fresh stock of FRUITS, NUTS, C2S) East, containing Thirty-seven (To) and ty (ag! role t1r1 rN.1roMY.Y. mUft.y. r. m jM", "' .
you 20101.acreI,more or less. ilareof beginning, and eontainill'l.. v
} wear it through the evening. Some ot P.'W right; and w lie. by deed of record in Clerk'sOffice .
if the to run the governmentwas in said County, in Book 23 of Conveyances RAISINS, FIGS and D.\TES. DONA1 GILLIS. half acres, more or lets, fifteen money the old gray-headed infants of the male
.
at 2+2, etc. Special Master in Chancery.R. reserved on the south line for public r Also.
not raised in that way that it would sex fished out ladies' bonnets of most It l. therefore page ordered that you !plead answeror We are also HEADQUARTERS for W. & W. M. DATIK, Complainants' Solicitors. all that right of way and privileges tic fish,

have to be raised by a direct tax and original aad unique pattern, whose demur to the declaration riled| herein on orbefore d4-td deceased bathe,etc., granted Charted the said Ellis Fred.C.ingon,
the IOURTH DAY "F APRIL, A. D. SIR: by they who have monoplized nearly the wearing would have astonished their 1KK2 or judgment by default will bb entered SPECIAL MASTER'S, SALE. of land twenty CJO) feet wide. begtnnM the
Northeast corner of the above detlemr
great grand-mother if they could have against' ync. Lo t

entire wealth of this great nation would teen them. It may be needless to add It is for further three ordered months that fn the this I'aHUca n ttce I*tVe4Jy i>ablinbed r .JCJL SAnd UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE and ex tendin e north to water HENRY of smal'STRll;I

have to the of when that bed the 'tr. ASI SALE rendered In Special
pay expenses govern- that pond was dry Times newspaper wnWuhed in aid= circuit.
the Circuit Aunt of the fifth Judicial Circuit of JCSEFH H. Br-Arroi.Complainant
ment ? That u the reason their toosin guests presented anything but a sol- By FRANK D. x. WRIAIIT.Clerk....maY.v. C.GiLtift carry a complete line of CHOICE the State <>f ""Iorida.lor the ounty of Putnam, PaUtka. FU,.November 19th, 1W1.F1FTII .
the Honorable J..J. said
emn sisht The guests were bountifully by Finley, Judge of
congress vote away millions on any K CILI.IS, Plaintiff's Attoraer. CIGARS and TO1SACCO. Court,dated the 12th day of NoTember IW1, In
with
supplied refreshments, con- Jal3nDP: a certain cause In said (ourS pendine. wherein
schsme that comes up. They know listing of cake, and, strange to relate, E. Sf E. J. SMITH Merrill E. Carter Is complainant, and ;James H. JUDICIAL CIRCl"E

the poor fools who 'pay all these bills oranges. There was no incident to Shelley, Sheriff of Putnam County. Annie.- NAM COUNTY FLAJ
Offlcio Administrator of the eotateof C.
t by indirect taxation have not sense mar the pleasure of the evening, and BULL'Si LEMON STREET, PALATKA.CONSTIPATION. Smith, late of said Putnam County, deceased,
after all singing "Auld Lang noU-3m and The Vlortda Savings Bask and Real Estate Freeman 8. )(
enough to see It. But they are being byne, Exchange are defendants, 1 will sell at public fff. l Attach dA
educated. they quietly departed for their homes i- auction, for cask, to the highest and best bid. vs. mow JI
rapidly feeling that the Christmas time der, at the front door of the Court Hou,.*. in Judson W. MThltney, I tot
falatka.said Putnam County, on the FIR.HT Defendant. J I
been In and
spent a very pleasant MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. II, 1H, belnr
"\VliEN-th* pioneer of this country profitable manner. rand the fourth day of said month, during the legal IT APPEARING BY THE .AF
other
hours of sale on that day, all the following described FILED la the above cans that the
Jq/t the haunt of civilization "to better I came near forgetting to mention land,situate in the County of Putnam ant. Judson W. Whitney, reside be4
the most interesting part of the good bowel complaintscured and SUM of Florida a certain lot in the Town limits ot the State of I'loridad in I'
his condltion"-and none left for any time-that of the recitations and songs of Welaka. and described on the map of said North Carolina at Tryoa City:
other motive-hQ made himself a homein and preventedby Town as part of the Reserve Block, and commencing Therefore yon,th*defendant Judson I
of the little ones which were beautifully and all other 4
209 feet from the corner of North ney person interested, a
the forest, and though using the rendered, filling our hearts with the promptuse street and Second avenue, south of said corner notified =declaration'I rt to ai>d
and on the west side of said avenue thence running plead tu in said ca|
will
most primitive tools of husbandry, after gladness, that the little ones who SYRUP ofAyer's southerly) as feet on Second avenue; before JANUARY 1ST. HOi
80)0be. called to take the It Is further ordered that this notice
upon places thence westerly to the bank of the St. Johns
be had cleared a patch of ground, River,thence northerly along the bank of said tithed once a week for three math!
that we will leave vacant bid fair to CURES COUGHS A COLDS FDR 25C I
be never knew what it was to go hun- do so with intelligent minds and Cathartic Pills river 200 feet, thence easterly to the startingpoint in falatk said Circuit Weekly Times a newspaper J

gry or c,ld. But as civilization followed strong bodies J. F. Also, another lot of land in said Town of We Ordered this Tth day of September, Al
SALVATION OIL They lake described on said map as commencing at FRANK WRHIHTLos. ]
with its great army of non-pro- PATTERSON NOTES. the corner of North street and Second avenue ( .) it,D. M. KIRBY if

ducers who gathered the fruits of his regulate the liver, on the south side of North s rest,and on the eastside E. C. HAIKELL,17alntVTi t Attorns.ocl3m .
Price i/f25Cta, Sold all ehdeN.Will .
of said
ImproTBi la Progress-Educational: kg a avenue running thence easterly alone
r toil and who stomach the south side of North street 200 feet thence
as a sponge gathers water, Iat.re*t, Ete: relieve Rheumatism, Neuralgia, cleanso the southerly 400 feet thence westerly 2uo feet

lived in luxurious idleness or official Correspondence: Palatka Times.PATTERSON S."I/ing,,Bruilu,Lum6agoSprain", and greatly assist thence northerly **> feet to the }'lade of be- SPECIAL MASTER'S SA1

pomp, it gathered him in its meshes FLA., Dec. 25. Headache, Toothache, Sores, Burnt, ginning. JOSEPH E. BALDWIN.Special Master.

and reduced him to rags and hunger. In the adjoining neighb( ihoodBannerville Cuts, Wounds,Scalds,Backache, etc. digestion.Dr. de4-td E. &II..IKUL. Complainant's Solicitor. U-1)ECREEof> foreclosure BY VIRTUE and OF ale A i iby

e' And this in spite of the "labor-saving" -Mr. John Barker is erect- J. C. Ayer & Co. the f'C J. J. Ftnley -'<;.ige of t.
PLUGS, T.eredt robaeeeA.- Cinrt the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
machines wherewith he could do ten Ing a two-story winter residence, consisting CHEW wotel-Price )oCts. At aq irggl u. Special Master's Sale. sitting In Chancery, on the 14th day of
Every Dose Effective.MARION'S ber, A. Ol*t, at Chambers, in a cert
of also
times as much work in a day as before. eight large rooms;
( r CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL therein pending, wherein Th Florida
Ills family has been reduced to abject kitchen and suitable outbuildings The I CIRCUIT OF FLOalDf, la and for Putnam Bank and Real Estate Exchange 1 It tom)
STOP AND THINK M.
County-In Chancery. and Annie Alnesli and James II,
slavery, with starvation staring them in residence It built upon a model of William Hofford Sheriff and ex-offlcio Administrate
beautiful architecture.We RESTAURANT S estate of Robert W. Alneslie. deceased,
the face unleu they can get work of are indebted to Mr. G. W. Han- FOR SALE! George )fa]or et aL ) Foreclosure. pointed fendants.therein J, as Special to xeent Master said in decree Chan, ,

tome "capitalist-.capita) that theirs Ion, the superintendent of the work, EXn.UglRIOJJT OFMILLER'S (Under Acme Hotel) U mER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE at public auction, for cash, to the bight
'"ovrn labor created Reader, did you for specifications and architectural THE: I Ess ARltllMETir," for the State JACKSONVILLE.! FLORIDA. ma4le and rendered ia the above cause bj best bidder, at the front door of the
of Florida, by which Gent the lionnrab J. J. Flnley, of laid House, ia PaUtka, In Putnam County, tf
ever give this problem any thought 1? views illustrating this beautiful residence make Ten Thousand Per any cent energetic.un their investment can Table Supplied with the Bet the Market Affords Court at Chambers, in Ocala Florida, ua the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY A DS

built on palatial style upon the ; and I, as the author of said work, will and Rate very Reasonable. When In 28th day of August 109L wherein the undersigned being the fourth day of said month, dnrtiK-
As it is a matter of feast or famine with hours of sale
shoulder two-third. of the rmponsibility. was duly appointed Special Master iaCuaucery legal on that date, all that tnd.r
high tolling lands of this healthful For tutor definite Jacksonville give ns a trial. to execute said derree. I on the parcel of land situate ia the County of
address the
you or youis, you should give it earnest particulars FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER"r. and Stat of Florida, and =
region. We visited the new building.We Author. J. H. MILLER, oc9-lm] J. W. ilARKION, Proprietor. the described u
consideration. The tense is simple were impressed with the hand- del- na_. Ga. same being the 2d day of .November. 1W1 st-U.t to-wit:
public auction, at the front door of the CourtHouse The Northeast Quarter of the 'wtt est' '
when once understood, though it baffied some landscape, and appreciated )lr.Darker's One Dollar In PaUtka la Putnam county, Florida Quarter of Section Twelve (t2)). To1 r
Weekly to the highest and best bidder, for rash al Twelve ((12V. South of A
Range
excellent taste in its Jocation. ... .. ..... Twenty.su
many philosophers until of recent --- -- -. -..... the following described land sitant la the Fast containing forty (fa) acres more srlsA
This work gives employment to three : DOCTOR TlMM C lcbr.U4 ENGLISH; County of Putnam and BUM of Florida, to-wit: and the southeast Quarter of the .-.ortis
years. The complex system wherebyit carpenters, and other persons in hauling fUl.an a PMUl..Cut t at.!.k; Bays a good Gold Watch bv our Club Beginning at the Northwest corner of Block (rnarter of Section Twelve (1To".atr*T
[ACKER'S 1.:.......... JUu......., Sad: one hundred and fifty-nine(150). thence South Twelve (12), South Rang
U possible to create monopolies, no the material. It will System. Our 14-karat golafilledcasea Twenty-six *S
cost $2,000 (._& ,sII.a "..!>. ylcM."; one Hundred and forty-oight ((14$) feet, thence containing forty (40) acre, more or ISA**
matter whether the bolder U endowed when completed. Mr. Barker intends 1 PURE us ... f..s- _-u.. tke: are warranted f.>r :u tear tine Elgin j East nee hundred (100) feet thence North on being ei&bty(1IOt&crelo more or lesa. =
planting out a large and otherwise la4Jee. Bold U Xk.lMd to* It* or Waltham nluvi iueni. tem wind hundred and forty-eight(Its)feet, thence West DONALD
grove
with kingly or mooey power or both : dSd.aA.rimfoeeb.. Ot one hundred 1100) feet to point of beginning Special Jucer aSSS
PINK ; and eel. Lad ., Gent' size. *
his land. This is his i r Equalto I W. Jt W.
improving and R M.
from sea Dngctt eel and being ia on the Northwest corner of Davis, Complainanrf r
is the cause, and, in this country, is but i :: $.j(0 watch To secire a eoU Bloc hundred and Ucitors. ,
third winter as guest ol Mr. IIanlon. to w. r. loona r*, ant said one fifty-nine( ) feet dI.ui!
a matter of legislative enactment. The i P ILLSt.e Wnt BrMfoDISSOLUTION /, Twt. where we have none, we sell one in the City of Falatka, ia the County and rotate -
reform movement in that is I lie is from Boston, Mass., and enjoys .... ... :::. J i'.I I aforesaid' and being one hundred (K.n feet -i
p politics the character of being liberal in aiding the Iluntlntr Case W..tcbes for front by ODe hundred and fonl.c-ettlbt ) feet Notice to Debtors and I
Credit-
baking the country as nothing has I Sabbath Schools and churches. We Club price $2S, and send C. O fc deep and being part of '' was
done since 1861 is the Fopnveyed to said George MaUor by Jonathan C t
bearing rmdyin ;: OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. with .' of -
express, e.: xam
extend a warm welcome to :Mr. and pnn l Master la PERSONS
"W1. Chancery a f said County by IIAvisa CL.\I1IS
Us platfoim. At the next turn of I Mrs. Barker. mHB CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE before paying for sam,'. t bearing date April 2d, 1M77. and recorded inrted At.L Estate of JHE."EZ.iK C. Ah .

the social machine you may be one of; : The Rood of Bannerville ban J_. extttIngbetweenJESSE E BURTZ.CON- Our agent at Durham. V C ; X. pag*433, ete. of the Records of sal late of Putnam County Fbtlda, TIFf
the unfortunates victim circumstances people V RSE P. DEVEREUX and HENRY A. B.McKKNZIE .t .n nty. Fbrdila to which referees Is amt them *> me. dll11 "m6ecl
a to ,
years wuh
"Our jewelers bar eonles trey 'e ; Inca this
made their school house very comfortable under the firm n me of JESSE E date. or t.IJe7..W be
over which you have no con 1 for teacher and pupils. They have BUBTZ CO. General Comaussuia Brokers, bow you can urauh .n> .' trol. Knowledge' is power. Read reform has this day been dissolved, by mutual consent, Our Agent at Heath Sprio "nd deliver to the purchaser of said. to MM. MRS. JAXE1IFFAN1
a large and flourishing school, with Jesse E. Burn and Henry A. B. McKenzie neon.ing. good and sufficient deed upon. |
Iiter ul1'. good attendance. The patrons have Converse F. Deverenx will con tin u* toe writes: /J Mthe, rerebasemonies.ed 2U1I bTV, FLA..October.a nth, Ian .
boslnes, assnmicg all outstanding indebtedne "Your watches tale at &I IJt. The I-; ember tith,1591. oe3I4w
Sq
placed a large heater ia the school and cultecung all monies dc the old firm. woo got the last watch said that be 4 "fl JOHN E. MARSHALL
The ra road een.Batasioners or Iowa reducedthe room. They have also placed sash in JES 3E E. BURTZ and priced a jewelers watches ra Lanea .s'i.'! ''I! i Special Master in Chancery. NotICe of Application DiscT1mclt
tucii freight rates about% per cent in lseS. the windows and a nice shutter to the ([a C..P. DEVEREUX were na better than yuurs, out tM price\ /I. E0. P. 1'011' Ea Complainant"So oCM. for Final.
The .--aUroa attorney*fought the reduction i. H..t. B McKEdIEatka Our agent at Penologum, Tex. ft Hale e'the rYe pre_eootinned.nntil" the
the door. We much appreciate the interest ,; na.. December I 1391 de4-4 rJR.iT XU' AY LV DECEMBER IWI. the 1:1 HEREBY
rooms bu surrendered.
,
IB '
cany 1889 the
taken by our neighbors in the cause of "Am receipt .f the watch,and sm t aHd ...ame belnC bet bid- Ith.2STR DAY UF JANUtgyTl,
.q ifilocat.&Cuwas11S.ft4 over ISM; and without meansure. All who hate teeD a&f i' 4 kin,. 7tJ.1LARSHALL.: pretent my soil account and
e Cain in 1 .Jwas Ia,04 'O""Iut. This education.We would b*cheap at fa" td Special Master. ninetrator of tbo eet.ateol voaehen

'I\t\ toLa paKte--and for that matter the extend the compliments of the atd'Wf'.lsbyBab1taClUed U hone 101.0- One good reliable Agent wanted for ,tie IIf aJ'O t'1 1'! pre1R1fes continued until thertJ'.sT (ceased the County Judge of Atoert Putnam jon r-
] AY 14 JANUARY. Wl.bei toume florid*.
M at bia _
-.wja Ute direct\ result of the decree oly season to your many readers and to the OPt out paui. Book of par. each place. Write for particulars. t tost cJto1 uarY 4th, ie2. for want of bidders. d ge front otn the t. Palatks and art

not try the low law in oCher of managers of THE TIMES. More anon. ells. 11ca.an\V'JOLLEY.K.r Mtl.7 FKt:& EMriKE WATCH CO. SEW YORK J. Y. HtRSILALL.DeeenD :::s. 7 1DJ-.Ua.t1.oo P. .tAdminhtrstmof
CAYOYPalatka
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"" MIL AND MRS. BOWSE1L that door! If you know I ta mnth as .. \ Tars s: 1csei." I Ti...'AU.twlls.g.t11atielfyn.

ocal1. ahead and finish the job!" One of the popular: paintings at the dew I A monument h
y0t a .,. Mrs. Bowser went into the botlsf York Acaacmr of C s rBi*** a yard-lone j Ilelvellyn (a mountain of Cumberland

UNITED ASSAULT UPON THE and Mr. Bowser Held the frame panel cf Eoaea. A crowd WtlS always boforr ,!: England, 3,300 feet high) to F1

1S ';- again to see that he would be oblige It. One arC eritiG oiolAlaed.-Such a bit at the memory of Charles Gough, who,
.aM tberbrya. HOUSE-FLY. nature auouU i loox to all the people,it 11
in the 1605 killed f. llj
fa to tack on a strip or leave an opemiffor ... year was by -
.. CC.rtb d eIt tour bbrd. beaoUfal for OBO man to hide a .r.
all the flies in New York Start j fug from the high crags on the ridge
drr m gryaee ne 1.--<1 Ih Ymttk't Companion, of Boston *rtz3th
1<1"4 log enaalted 1' a fish readlav tan 17 r. now_. Sensibly ResolTos to Econo lie was sawing a piece off one of ta Wea_apont twenty thovsaal: dolU-i that joins Striding Edge to the Summit -

::.. .,.. ,.ua41atrIbutrcl miss MM| at lb. Sam. Tim Renew HI. other doors to make this strip whet to reproUn tho palaUnj. Tin malt bM beta ; and of the faithful dog that for

tc tors )1It. IBS' so oa. What. Skill with Carpenters' Tool.Dum.tUoDunc.alU. Mrs Bowser appeared and said: a triumph ot artistic delicacy an! color. three months watched over her mas- j

q, Hutt. ,r Bntcarry away,...... os .rth. Cowtors. "You'll spoil that door, too, Mi Th4 Companion makes ma autumn gilt of ter5 remains. Sir Walter Scott describes -

ppitks d ori..10.' sure Bowser. Why don't you take a pice this copy ot tho palatine to each of iU Arobnndred | the event in the poem, "I
wbMwe thaaat aubicribera. Air other I climbed the dark brow of the I
Hawser as s Carpeate1O from this box If you had put mightyHelvellyn .1
who autocribo for the first time,snd "
rrh01lE1l may now I and Wordsworth records
yol pass a I straight-edge the other aod marks see..., t.et.
Th Yard ot Cases
request It,trill r e I iro his "
in lines
it on Fidelity.
been all
carpentershopM it would hare right.
; you without extra chute wall* the odltloa iatta.
y.at SMHK fire only fm 'w on your way "Mrs. Bowser," he began as. t Beside the rift of this beautiful pictato all I The young man was returning to mg, lt bad .

M effect ear ta Mhr ;, downtown''* laid down his saw, "am I a purblii. new subscribers wilt roceiro T7u Cbmpanton Wythbarn where he lodged, from a -the old-fashioned pill Bad to I

taking aeoutttn 1J asked Mrs. child fire or six years old, who mulr free from the time the ubscriptioa Is received fishing excursion In Fatterdale. The take, and bad to have taken. Inefficient

,tiek tbs d Sytapar111a, which rttontttof Bowser the brought in when it rains, or ttn till January FirsUaelttiinc the ThaakstiTtni accident was probably caused by a too. It'a only temporary r

uoc d perm+sently cursearsaparilla other morning the man of the house forty years 5i Chrutmaa DoabTo Xam.TT.vi d (or a fa:I false step, during a blinding hail relief you can get from it. ,

as Mr. Bowyer t i I age and generally I supposed! to hat year from that date. The Trice of The Conu t storm or a dense fog that day. It Try something better. With Dr.

as ready to sense enough not to sit under a piU pcIt&Oft is$1.75. year. happened on April 18, and on July 20 Pierce's Pleasant Pellet the benefit
Every family should tab this brightest and
N 0 n* to vooehed for by many lease the hou *. I driver to eat my dinner bestofiilostrafedllUnrypapcn la addition his bones were found, still watched is lasting. They cleanse and regulate j

.B. a s.n to get neod a "Why?" he "Bat you'll never make that dof> to IU local paper. 1 by the starving dog, a little yellow the liver, stomach and bowels.

at t f cautiouslyasked fit," she protested. rough-haired female terrier. She Taken in time, they prevent trouble.
in *' A .oma--b; San Diego. CaL. is said to had given birth to puppies, which
reply. I "If don't no other man on ( tt Tj it.
I hare succeeded in acramulatiag 970,000 pot>ta were found dead by the side of the any case, they cure 1
"We .
,. ought to !
need try She is after million And it
uld J fo stamps. they cure easily; they'remild
yourself It Is believed
protect corpse. though unableto
have a She went in again and be sawed o.
fur, Profuse, Scanty I door to the kitchen. There's screeil-I a trip and nailed stun the other door. II* 91 rock II Rich. secure enough food for milk for and gentle, but thorough and ,:

fced or Irregular Men- the Dies come in. We can use :I Then he held'it up to find the framehalf knew What would be you think if some one that yon her young, she maintained life by bits effective. There's no disturbance
to mpoaaibie woaid offer to the diet
give to or .
|i you must use i I these doors we brought with us, but an inch too lorip. Mrs Dowse yes a wll stocked general store for one of carrion sheep which are not unfre- system occupation.One '
we'll have carpenter to hang it." I reappeared and was about to say work? Ton would, no doubt, consider it big; quently found on the hills; but she tiny, sngar-coate.) PtJttt for j i ia
Ir and lamp at the chance. Well, snehthlnrs
I' "We will, eh? I bog to differ. I something, but be glared' at her *> hare been done eel are being done might.have had to range far and wide I laxative-three for cathartic.; -

/IDfIElD'S'EM \ don't JJ'f'p.to pay nocarpenter:: three savagely that she went back withouta rdaht:=t Ya--m. K.Johnson among their A Uo.em, of I i during her three months' watch. ; Sick and Bilious Headache, Constipation 1

or four dollars for doing what 1 can word. ployes many men who earn the vales of a first The mere fact that the bones were I Indigestion Bilious Attacks,
ALE cla* store every year. W. F. Darts worked found intact serves to prove the assertion and all of the liver
do in half an hour. I'll fix it myself. 'The Infernal old kitchen is either for them awhile then opened derangements ,
a general
I
"!tilt don't you remember, :Mr.Dow.oerdon't lifting up ors1tUn dl"n"he! growled store at Hick's *barf, Matthews snag County a, that the dog did not touch stomach and bowels are promptly
tGULATORCAnTueTILLE and wrote this firm follows: "1 caa only the remains of her master, for don !
you remember that :1t!! he held the dour np. "I've got Uaw say that I give your bualaeM credit for what I break the bones suck relieved and permanently cured. J
r- you"---- !' a piece off the U>ttem to make alit an. If I were io meet with any bad lack or to the marrow. They're purely vegetable, tier
April 28,laws. loss what 1 have made.am proud to say that This animal died a few years after-
"That I what? and she'll either tit or down comes fectly harmless the smallest and
1 could to for ,
certify' that two members of my go you employment sad soon ward at Kendal
pe fanoih.after baying suffered forE "You tried to hang a screen-door the shanty;" make another stare** They can show yon the easiest to take-but besides
nenotrital IrrrKularlty i i last in Detroit and and whathe how to doable and treble! your iacome. if The merit of the suggestion to erect
d Summer you got He sawed off a pica got
that
the
without benefit by physirtans. II yon are In any business employing a capital this monument belongs to Miss Frances they're cheapest pill you
-
b completely by one bottisditeld'a eo mad you nearly tore the house! called a fit. lie smiled and of Iras than$VWJ; and if you are not in any for ffuaranUfti to
/ Female Ifculalor. IUI I down." his and had bwluens at aJL they will enable yea to be laa Power Cobbe, whose design has can buy, they're
chuckled : fmvrew,
*truly wonderful J.V..NraatloaWOWAII over I short time if ynn will take their airioe. been carried into execution by the give satisfaction, or your money i.
I "I did, eh That's a pretty yarn the hinges when Mrs. Bowser came They want a food honest man or woman in
L "n.an.el FRXE.: which eontais.lstrm&ULS..5W aid of the Bev. II. D. returned. You ouly for the
) for to stand there and spinl! cut to ask: every country tn the Union to manage. bo si- Rawnsley, pay
remsi.dl.ea you up
s.I
uabie
\ DFIELD REGULATOR CO.. I In the first place, I never tried to What good I II! a door if you leave Sera them that at ouoe will for yield handsome' l .retaraa. Writ Vicar of Crosthwaite, both names of good you get This is true only ,
I some repute In literature..-Hearth of Dr. Pierce' medicines.
I ATLANTA. CA.B I bang a t'Crf en-door, and in the second all those cracks'' There are many women in the church who and Halt
) SALE JiT ALL DRUOaiJHB. I never pot wad." "Cracks! Cracks! You can't find won't march unless they can be at the head

"Butyou-you"-she stammered. one!" of the procession.nTJJ WHICH IS THE BEST

"Nothing of the sort! I don't "Look here and here and here'
stopped nee 07 on. mcrrm mtmu AND MOST POP'ULAR' ,
GermanSyrup" even remember that we had :a screen- Mr. Bowser, even the bumble-bees of NBRTB HcsTomxA. No fits after first day's use. ]

door. I never tried to hang one. I New York would have no trouble in I tr.Marvelous.. Dr. Kilns euros.931 TreaUaeaad Arch Be, KhlUk$3 trial,1'a.bottle MOST POWE RFUL "

never got mad. I never even saw a Dying in there. And how are you
1 By beaming more unhappy we sometimes AND S/\FEST
around in *
house Detroit.
fly our that
putting spring on ., !tears how to be leu so.
Change of climate seems to.have bad Mr. Dowser laid down the hammer t B LOOD, j

a very queer effect on you." the gimlet and the screwdriver, and Condnctor ):. D. Loomis, Detroit. Mlch_
says: "Tbo effect of Hall's Catarrb Cure iswonderful. MEDSwift's CINE.[[
"Hut won't you send up a car.pentery" after wiping; off his flushed face he ." Write him about it. Sold by
-
Fkiod erect and pointed into the Druggists The_
Here is incident
an from the South
Mississippi written in "Not by a jugful! I shan't hate kitchen. Mrs. Bowser disappeared Bow to get a woman to keep a secret-gire cific S. S. Sermasent
Jiistafteryu April,1890, anything to do at the office this afternoon without a word. Then he inspectedand her chloroform. Spe<
had
Grippe visited that
:
and if there's a bit of tinkering found cracks."Confounded ri'
F oot&. BLani a farmer, one of If afflicted wtth sere eyes nao Dr J aa.Taotnpaons BEST-because it 11 the only cure for contagious Bloood
around the house! it will be fun for old doorway U out of yawatsr.Dra.glsta sell at Ieaper bottle pe PoisOGt

those wup to rise early and me." !dumb, and that's the matter!" be I SkiD Cancer and Inherited Scrofula.POFUULR j

wink latj At the beginning of last He returned at noon, having: a prowled: as he wt to work to unhingeit. Borne Doay Is Always; WUU.C.f -becaosa U does all that I 1 li claimed for It. '

Winter fas on a trip to the City heavy parcel) with him, and when Mrs. When he pot the door off he Blnks-Did you see that disagree POWERFUL-because it purge the blood of all Imparities.

of Vicks g. Mi .,whereI got well Dowser akcd about the contents Ire racked it this way and that and tried able paragraph about Jenks in the
f ? SAFEST-Became It contains no rotary: or poison oi au kind. IM purely
yesterday
drencbe 1 a shower of rain. I cut the stung and replied: again.. More cracks than before. paper
I Jinks-Yes. I wonder if Jenks has vegetable and cn be taken by the most t delicate child. i
went IfJ and was soon a seized "Just a few tools. Come handy to He took it down and sprung on the

with a ft', harking cough. This tinker with. Every man ought to top with all his might, and this time, I seen it. Somebody surely ought to titrs tfiitif Jiff si,u/I IISHSCS fjtC.Bcific .
show it to him. Somerville Journal.
vie every day, until I had keep a few tools and do his own re as he held it up. there was a crevice I| -
grew The Swift SPIi. < Co.. Atlanta Ca
to seek Jef. I consulted Dr. Dixon pairing. I think I saved us at least through which a yarrow could have -

who bJnce died, and he told me 1200 last )'..ar." Mown.! He started to lay it fiat on I

to get Jttle of Bo5cbee'sGermanSyrup "Well, I hope you won't fly mad the ground, but fell forward tumbled 'it.\lJpsffi:: Gi te POULTRY YARD sumEagle's
over work. A screen-door is
leantJme your a over himself and sprawled hi.- hadL. S -c
r my cough grew .... 48UiJ:41f1e&.
lisps wrlat.n
very jaitieular: thing to hang." "What's the matter'askcJ Mrs. .. '
{worse and then the S's year after t II. learned / S
worse Grippecame "Ohl it is! You've hung lots of Dowser from the back drxir. I /to eats Bon awl Poultry a>_ Nest
and I caught that also Slaw praettrkl lyntfm,
ig condition 'em, I prcfume1! Mr. Bower slowly arose, looked all =th.lr/ then
fiery: sjely. My "I know that takes skilled i teaks Mess la, .
it a around for the ax. and not !!It eing it t* Kmt '
i' to do I Ckvler*. C;.p and '' John Esten Coolie.TI .
cSllj m e something. workman.) he jumped at the screen-doas and < .eeI&110'Alan. Prka,tee...on.ant.yearfoors
of German epertenee. Toe eaa .....a In one Ita,. WltbttRIK
bit !?* Syrup. IafD "You'd letter write a book and kicked with tooth feet until they were j t I Iw a CaUlor.z varteH** Illn.trat atket..horry1Ste.etc \ A UirllU.f

)., a call it: "What I Know about Screen reduced to strings and ntrips. Then i i I Ii A.LWeeCOTBSAL. ls..orle Gory ..

I th ccond bottle I was Dixirs.) I ought to feel awful proudto he went up to Mrs.;; Bowser, pantingand '. tbs popauboo'nftpbllbed.beet aDd meet

'It 24 efe !i3fthe Cough that bad think 1 have such a smart wife! perspiring and ( -fared, and i Ladies earl make BICCASH i Many
".
[*n, long, the Grippe, and Lun right in, now: and begin on the hoarsely whispered: : ysenlanp.n.dsines th.thnw.,

j cficts. I felt tip-top and flint chapter of your book-!" "'l'hi311i the last" time-the very ; semen Mma ,..

It nay ever since." Mr. IUIWMT descended to the cellar, last! Next time ><>u awn me into _e Celt 0' y&Jor"of th.deed. *

(.it fCayuga Iliucsss. where lie found four screen doors of doing any such internal puttering I! i th. C.nfdl....

diflenV/it HUJK. He selected one he work urtfund the house 1'11 go-go, '' ; lrwll oldest tloid er..l* Ski
fi FroflU by arr'irbip rabucrlben for tile c. laurwt j those
thought would fit and carried it up. never to return!" I 1 ONE ENJOYSI and belt LadJ"-s' Horn eau PaifctoB Haga ln la "' who S-p'-ttl&

It was fji: inches too high. The next "When did I coax lion' |I the method! tad results when Anwrlca. A profitable lnaBdiualBtalab and pleavrat oecmpMk rdtnU7>,'UlU For i iaaTladyf I; Libby Li EtaMi., Jokotto. sJ..Jackwin&a ws
y -:4 k'u i ter from milk was four jnehes too short. The third of fall partlrnUn *>.root same and ad ITCM ct> a : _
"Never you mind' 1l'aU right! Syrup Figs is taken;it la pleasant card. If waDa a fell outfit and sample i i rtUly and br r ly battled,. will never grow 1
postal you
krn the earliests was almost long vr- far reals. >
left for such doors as he wanted. He had "Just-keep qmef: I am neither gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, tU ajuxUeacica. Always addreat AI'I| sad the rash of the charging cTlntkroofh sweep.
our the fourth one, which was almost a blind nor deaf. If we live togetherten Liver and Bowels cleanses the JOnEY** I.ADY'H ROOK iU peges. 1* a pruee rpl of tbs lout
system Box 1365 sense It d **rro*B pl.eo la ttt library cf all wb* t
X. Philadelphia fa.PAPITCUTTERS
tca milk of cod- fit, in the bark yard, when Mrs. Bow- billion years longer drift jon ask I effectually, dispels cold, head. _aId mot altogether forget UM f iortoa pat

o ser came out tn say: me to even bore a hole in a tabie-Ug aches and fevers and cures habitual ptACENTSVANTEDI

"If you hail I first measured your for caster! This in! the limit! I'm of is j I.aa'o.o Agentin leery towaalilp.t
iUlSiOn of butter opening and then measured your dangerous from this on-" [New York constipation. Syrup Figs the WAny ptrten with Ukl. book, CBB Mic m.MyriqnJlf.
t kind .for II wU nit *I
only of its If urMnnf
remedy ever THIS MEETS flU EYE Or AMT fine
isler food thanEmulsion door*, you wouldn't have had to lug World produced 1 ; f..< ftIl6.address
H;
up this GIW"Wouldn't\" pleasing to the taste and acceptable Printer Bookbinder, Lithographer .O..Da.UM..hbUal..XI'Mk.
b ,
of Enoch Arden Erlipaoit. to the stomach in --- -

.\h'J'? .easier food ttaoolJ1Y object'I ? in Perhaps bringing you up 11Ildcr-the When ToBDyton'i it comes to a show-down between J its action and truly beneficial, prompt in itaeffects Paper VaT Maker BE IX cr WAST Paper OF Box A ITHST-CUUS 2f aker.WHO d5t3 rEP .,',, N\ rJyyEd ;a J.QQ

JM' extra ones ? I'erhajis it is the dutyof :Mr. Tennyson's Enoch Arden prepared only from the most tJD

a husband to explain little and the following true story from the healthy and agreeable substances, PAPER CUTTER. 00 ../ 'i
ttimulates every
EX WOULD SAVX H09ZT BT WRTT1XO TO TEX Z'O
move he makes: Paris Mercury it will be seen that I I its many excellent qualities com- HOWARD IRON WORKS ropy.
grand old Missouri: is still in it: j "- LADI1Li5 ,
digestion; mend it to all and have made it BVTTJLLO, !T T. '
"Oliver Smith left this country in the Pea' n.L'uSTRJlTKD CATALOOCk AXD fSICtS. I 'Zn 3l1
the most known.
I popular remedy ; '
me, supkind of 1850 for (California WOODBTOY'S I'
Fprmg duringthe I $ FACIAL
I _. I Syrup of Figs is for sale in boo koe"w m?SmlpaDdr.. SOAP..., a 't50rZ.25 s' 3 ; RBtTfJS2.DD
of gold excitement and was not .. !
s.aof.e7ne'.tperse. fur &
and $1 bottles all .
a heard of here until last He by leading drug. a Dna"e ceby.all, .s.. snip .1.75tl8a
in spring. 1 Cakvud .book en \
Dwwaelogy
get nodtA..w p : rr worked in mines there for a year. and gists. Any reliable druggist who Iaad 5aaat, 111_]: oa Skis,BrZVI '.
not have it hand will "'... Sad Bloud upon hearing that his wife was dead may on pro1 1 A'.t.. not_led t
r he drifted away to the gold fields of cure it promptly for any one who ..LV1.'aUL"nllk.... ._ MIa hk lUiTJe sal Saw r..b.Wert .. I!

t Australia. He wrote several letters wishes to try it. Do not accept : 4 r.,5.ms,-, rkWt,..a...-r.r..d...___ W. L. DOUGLAS -

.fad-a..r kick home which miscarried forseine any substitute. mlttn a. 1I11O.'I.I'i. mUSTIIUTH. ,.UI'ULOCoIltU,1 i
I Ii .Lie wee tt CMrattatMB ,
(no.ate>a L .. cause, and receiving no answer, I i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.

_., he gave up the idea of returning, contenting I SAN FUXCISCO. CXI.v _.. ____ Tb BEST SHOE u the World for. tU Xoa*;.
himself to )live m his new :rn1UE. n KW roar *' e.rrywsat] OENTL.E.1IEN' sad I.ADI. KM, MV. your dot.L. -
M I m W U.L.teui4'.d.cCa.rtA !laze by wearing W. .CoBtflaaanue* They_1M
home. He left four thihlren. all of ame.4y.aee..,,_ da""
want of all rhiffnn, and art lh seat ilcai
oao>
vY' whom are dead, they leaving two children. !) .O ct.C0. MONTH. Nwt .rii.rroanq.. ;'K.Pa' toot wear seer offered tor lh.BMuiry Hcwar oldaalm

His wife instill living at the THE SMALLEST PILL IN THEWORlDI. ..,_sssd.nrrleg.._...U..rIke l..a.1iIrtt.--......_ t.v.."-.a--., I 'I good aad wan bo odor coro yam other hav BuUtoi.. W. L..*l*"Juc*t**jUt shoed M
of 67 He 25 old esa sl.n a fee 1I0tI.a wmt.melt at.e.. (0 C r with aamM and prtc Maml.d.n buitofihW.
Ma
ape years. years TUT T'S ,
J"HasON R CO. lb binned..Ya. tot' tafvn..a&I t.DvucbM rrucktoa, Ma**
when he went Mr. Smith will aMat55 bl.e.Wq.."".-enntbi.g tact.UJ
away. STINT LIVER PILLS. __ro.re.... return home next: month, and no I InTemUthOTirtaeaof tL.rarpr.nee t ... 2-1MIIat_._local_adrthyd. (la >
doubt will meet a hearty welcome equally effective| purely vegetable.t
from his wife and relatives, as well t Kxact rice shown In this border. T1aoi BeaMdr for Catarrn to the :

as old friends many of whom have I' ... .e. @) BML LaMed tr tee. and Cbeae.stthu S5ORLWARD.a

-"tnr.-n.K w i 1 1d baoeo than PURR: BAVAXA CatUao ta tae
him dead. IiPO! OL"
t long thought i SIX nol.r.A a Kr.. Btalfrtal, ti.mii.mr tn4 h> titan of<< oar DON'T brand of ci u..
a I .. TakepaiBsto writer\ ,une,adrtre**ud I by draUj.Nor eent by malL I Cigar warm yaw
Presidential Anagram, J t.ea.ere.Tkrrthexw' &ut nrfrnMar/korfe.'!* I Soc. E.T Haunts.,Warren, Pa. I 0 N''T..1eeeat...,......._-fix ft
tared ta Dot, Yeti lla7ie mo* BOW
by "EJurley la fcrw Utrftd
,
.
oml1 been --- - '
has
Atlas The coincidence Ia .I
curious Feb.U, 1"'1. Bead a.:. camp sad receive eatalotr non T *
noted that the names of President BoaPBi*k&1rDfto., SrtUnt"Acts *all River,MaxaFoTWeaiTlWen. :: ..-r.I3JPtb" I to w'.se cigars.tit'
) AatJ13..1:1:1ru, ..lt. .c Y.L. B. III.LIK A. CO.
YV and Vice-President Hamlincoln and I, FREE ... &= ... :; I WI5STOX.' fiOUTU CAJLIYA. 1

-.tr; c'ENTs.of : Abrahamlincoln cau .be thus interwoven j ,(CO* BJVrolEBV 1 kT.M tM(taws -- --- ---
PUIIIY'U reaL 1 wiB...riJjr.rtK* aloe r.
1 nil rage 3i.ly with each other. Not quite r.pe c....) ctrl to say wane. Mo COLDS
"AlIl A ruEBLiND cuiz.nM hut still worth it CURE hv Mt.Mia11, not .r5.
i'S g a.d T.rrtt z, 1. tee so strange noting n.r.I.af,as A1hWa.attn. -
)a .1 a.ery i... ry is the -- --- y
/ the of COUGH!S.
that one
vs taw .,. r. male a I Adams name Pre5i'l AGENTS WASTED 041 SALARY.
+ts.p ,Stance ea populatto(r eme1.a1 Chrltllure The door bad to be sawed off about icnt, Is an abbreviate of 0 1 _
l: n ommlarioa to hamlle the New Patent CkmhwlUk
r1spa r, is tb. Mane; a.thwr dai an inch at tbe top. Mr. Bowser arfd Madison was originally I Er. l f FeBcn. Arviw making f 30 per work.MccJoe HOARSE NESS 'DIPTIONAND

a.4 amber off. $. I brought out a couple kitchen chairs. futeome tine or other got twisted EfMCT Mt *y COL.LaCro.ae.Wtfc. Moid. { Y '
q d of .sca r.rMRe ew.q, made into Madison. Here too is another *
el nsW prtsotkaI pMacter a scratch on the door wfltjT WAN'S PAP4TIiEN'ry CONSUf

allraad, aaxwal aad of td.gr.D'I t aw*' I nail, and was about to use the I II |coincidence\ Two Presidents were S C'ljUk frmalo eakae *eoSamplo

_ kerp.aLL 1Wp.ldlo.ausI 5.4 a *wt aaMiaat ol ,I when she a&ked: t 1 John ) ems, free. J>a.SWAN, Ecaver Dam WaiAWAY ALL AFFECTIONS OF TU E THROAT AND LUNGS

: : s st, It T "Aren't yon going to strike a 1 o Vaatned 'f > son. i t$ nce, ;;T CIVEN ,

I there?" Jack u TAYLOR'S CHEROK CEE REMEDY OF
across
. I will nurrly tadaeo ye u>or* r; u.n ee
"For what reason1 Tools,eta Queen Woelty Sappy C1.OaelaaaU,ct
i
i<;''T. "11 you don't you can'tstraight" a b !lot Aa Mem..a.miner .. TTflJfC HTT DT *. '
Srhwx".A.em SWEET GUMIs MULLEIN
'Boome AND :5.
>= ne-Ttt.e Apr. Spry out t i U crn t jwui. ...
,., ::;:.t that -"." aL UTBO>ocoHLTTiDarTrrMAlI.. Ormlars free.HryaiTa it
,'t' I ""Can't I? Perhaps I am ..C\>1J ed.. > ,. vne of the Collrcr. 447 Mate 8C. Baffato. K T. -

... :When>Ip and he held finished the frame sawnst uj ',__ t.'Y:co llege: lie graduated- '1.) I S R.T A ID.Tker LM..a.Yrte.kly tsatht* 0y Yorto the BEST KN OWN 1 REMEDY. '


opening it was plain that be: R. 11./ Graduate (oon tc.m totlSJ y) atat ,PBS CUUXQC. Juatnv,, *. TMo Ask your druggist or merchailotting ]nt for it, and take no substitute,
FMsIin. Fen
his saw at an angle. Je's no roncgc Q1an.r I' lttTflT Its
O If else can take its place.
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"I told you so, she qu t 11I11th 8 ceai -

scrTtxL .; N lag,armor.Tranpus s..rbas so. Tberowth.Pree Ic1lmtrxtloe. Cr.d..tessa
--- Told: me what! he replied :1timed j w.LL ..a keep welt JicskA Be4+vtelr d ted to..,..lioas. Catalog free. Write!.
*farther a fox trji bow. lean a y a+m A. spy
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\ HQKV IT IS DONE. FINANCIAL.The .

'-: Df lreceived- by Mr. Coupons maturing January 1, New York Haberdasher '

I J. E.Tacksou, of this 'city, explain 1892, on the Fint Mortgage and Improvement \

itself: Bonds of the l'a.'atka GasLight

PiNKERTox'a ATONAL and Fuel Company will be paidat r. 11
DETECTIVE
AGENCY, ,1 l
NEW YORK December 12, the office of the Receiver of the 41 31
J. E. Jackson, E.q.- -__ Southern Gas Trait and Construction -

DEAR Sin-I have your letter of recent Company IMatka, Florida, instead of. ,, I.

date, with enclosure of circular the First National Bank of Palatka, as

P' letter sent from this city. The senderis formerly. G. Lorna BAILEY,
not a dealer in counterfeit money;
Receiver Southern Gas Trust and
his object is to swindle by what is
commonly known as the 'sawdust" or Construction Company, Lessees Pa

"green goods" swindle. The schemeis latka, Gas Light and Fuel Company.

to induce any to whom letters are PALATKA, FLA., Dec 28,1891.
sent to come to New York, and the ,
idea is held out that he will be sold "An honest pill is the noblest work

counterfeit money. Should the party of the apothecary." De Witt's Little .
take the bait he is met on his arrival ,
by an agent: of the swindlers, who con Early Risers cure constipation biliousness .. ,
aud sick headache. Sold by P. F.
ducts his victim to a room hired for \
this occasion in some secluded locality, Peek.
in which on a table is placed a lot of Mr. Walter Thomas offers an orange .R'fIJ f

new genuine United States notes grove in exchange for a house and lot ,.
(greenbacks), :National Bank notes or in Falatka. r

Canadian Bank bills) which are represented J't#, .
the swindler as counterfeit.Ihe .
by ,
Baptist Church. Don't forget that two car loads of u
victim on being induced to purchase
"Communion service next Sunday at'Ihe a quantity sees the bills made in Fine Horses have just armed at A.

close of the morning service. a package wrapped and sealed. This Merwin & Son's. Stable. no27-tf HOW WE REACH PERFECTION I
sometimes In valise
package is put a or
School will at 9 o'clock
meet ,
Sunday box. The attention of the purchaseris For lame back there is nothing better

instead vt 10, for next Sunday only. then drawn away from the package, than to saturate a flannel cloth with We are having a big run on elegant line of Goods, and it doesn't atol. bus
Baptizing at 10 o'clock. Ihe pastor valise or box, and in an instant Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind;]
lev. John II. Johnstone, will extend another similar package, valise 01 boxis on the affected parts. Try it and you in the least. The've hit the nail on. the head as nothing else in thai tine

the right hand of fellowship to six new substituted by a party who is concealed will be surprised at the prompt relief it ever did before. What's the secret of their SUOC M* There isn't any secret
behind a partition, and works affords. The same treatment will cure
members at the opening of the morning through a false panel. It is sometimesthe rheumatism. For sale by Ackerman & about it. There can't be any secret about what everybody knows. and the ,
service. case that the swindler will start to Stewart, drugsUts.
the express office with his victim, and first thing that leaked out about them wa that they are A'KavaboTe par In
A BOn of Mr. M. D. Power, amer- the genuine money in the valise, but Our experience covers many ills,many r
Our ills small : value and below in price. Is the run raM .int? Not a bit of it. i
-chani of Gibraltar, N. C., was BO badly while en route will manage to make a pills and many bills. are i away par

-afflicted with rheumatism for a year or change to a confederate aad get a facsimile er. Our pills are smaller and De our Witt's bills On the contrary, the tide is rising. This, of all others, Is the time to buy
in exchaige. This substituted are smaller when we use ,
More, as to be unable to work or go to is carded to the Little Risers. For sale by P. F.
package, valise or box Early You never make any mistake when you go with the rising tide.
> cho Mll. His father concluded to try express office by the vicum and one Peek.

amberlain'. Pain Balm on the boy. of the swindlers, and is shipped to the Strange has just received a fine lot
It soon cured him, and he has since address of the victim. The party
walked one and a half miles to school swindled does not discover he has .of Western Beef. He also keeps con-
and back every school day. 30 cent( been. the victim of sharpers until he stantly on hand the beet Florida Beef CustomMade.Suits. -

bottles for sale by Ackerman&Stewart, arrives home, when on opening the and Pork. Remember the plACe-be- Ir
tween Second and Third streets, opposite
druggist valise, package or box which he has .
sent by express, at the solicitation of the Opera House. Hats Caps and
A fresh lot of vegetables always on the swindler, he discovers package of and ,
for friends
:3umd at Strange's Market, opposite loose paper, bricks, lead pipe, scrap There is yet hope
loved whose lives have been ruined
the Opera House. iron or packages of sawdust. ones
Convictions for offenses of thiS kind by that awful demon--drink; do not Gents' Furnishing Goods.
You don't want a torpid liver. You are rare, as those who have been despair; inebriates and homes can be
don't want a bad complexion. You swindled fear the odium that is attached transformed into society and health ina w
to an exposure of their being few brief cUjs b? the Keeley In
.don't want a bad breath. You don't!
willing to be a party tq purchasing and I stitute. C. A. FINNINCER
headache. De Witt'i
want a Then use putting in circulation counterfeit ,
Xiltle Early Risers, the famous little money. It is evident that these "grten .

pills. Sold by P. F. Peek. goods" pe ple are flooding your section LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR and GENTS' FURNISHING.GOODS ,
of the country with circulars oner- '.
Harwood Ross, a bright young manfrosnJacksonvilieformerlyfrom -.. t
and I
lUg to silt you "green goods, OF THE STATE. f
Palat- therefore suggest'! that you make the -' tl
;ka, is visiting the Ixungmaa boys on matter public through the medium of l
:JJirby street. Harwood now wears thejrold your press. KOBT A. PINKEBTOX,
badge awarded by the Jacksonville
East Dir.
Gen'l tJupt.::!
High School for the best average in

general studies.If \
People with impure blood may be
aid to exist, not live. Life is robbed
you want a good Buggy, or a nice of half its joys when the blood is Don't Stop But Go
set of Harness cheap, call at Merwin loaded with impurities aud disease. Rig t 11

Jk Son's Stable. no27-tf Correct this condition with De Witt's

Sarsaparilla, it is reliable. For sale by
Just arrived, a fine lot of Horses at Peek.
P. F.
JL Merwin &Son's Stable. They will A.IIE..I: TO

be sold cheap.Ignorance Now is your time to secure a good r y

hone. Merwin & Son have just received .
of the merits of De Witf
a fine lot, which they are eel ng
little Early Risers IS a misfortuae. cheap.

These little pills regulate the liver, cure For pain in the stomach, colic and A SENSIBLE GIRL. D. L. LILIEf'lTtlAL' /
headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con
(\, "ctipation and biliousness. Sold by P. cholera morbus, there is nothing better and When he dropped on his knee to $ :
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera \
F. Peek. Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Ack- tell the old, old story, the young .

Bucklen's Arnica Salve./ erman &Stewart, druggists.If : lady reminded him how much more I

Tie Best Salve in the world for Clot, comfortable it would be for him if
would take the advice of
Urutees, Sorest Ulcers, Salt .Rheum,, people he took a seat, especially as there EMPORIU
Fewer bores letter, Chapped Hands,, Ackerman & Stewart, the druggists .
4 -Chilblains, Gloms, and all Skin Eruptions they would never start on a journey was such a comfortable chair so .

,and positively cures Piles, or no without a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic close at hand. That i pay required. It is guaranteed to give Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. ladies are supposed to say accordingto
It can always be depended upon and is
perfect satisfaction,or refunded
money
Price 25 cents per box. For sale 'by pleasant to take. For sale by Acker the modern novel, but it is whatevery {
LOWKY & IIrLsE. man & Stewart, druggists. level headed girl says of our Chamber Sets Toilet Sets

elegant Chairs, and the more she ,
While the was In What is more beautiful or appro-
machinery: operation knows about them the surer she is
at Captain s shingle mill re- priate for a Xmas nresent than one ofIanoh1's well made
that remarkably ,
they are
cently, a rod became detached, and, Crayons? Go at once and and Dinner Sets Tea S
wonderfully comfortable phenomenally -
striking the Captain on the head in- order one. "
.flictrd a most painful wound. life isout cheap.
again, alter having been confinedto A trial convinces the most skeptical. And don't forget that it is not

his room for a number of days. taste.Carefully De prepared Witt's Cough, pleasant and Consumption to the- only nice Chain that we sell cheap. Dining Room Sets Parlor Sets
Lowest.
Our Prices are always the ,
Cure valuable Sold ,
Choice Sausage-made daily; Pickled is a remedy. .
Tripe, Pigs Feet and Bologna Sausage, by P. F. Peek. We have no sucker prices; our t- .

at Strange1 Market, opposite Fry's prices are the same to every one. Water Sets Ice Cream
sets la-lass
Opera House. NOTICE \Ve still live in spite of competition, s

and are to-day selling more Furni-
Mr. George Miller the clever foreman -

\ of the J. T. shops, happened to PALATE, FLA., Dec. 30 1891. ture than any House in Palatka. A COMPLETE
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quite an accident a few days ago. A Why is it? Simply because our customers LINE FOR THE HOLIDAY

click of wood fell on his foot,breaking Will the gentleman who saw me get what they buy. Fair

.a toe. Tie is out again, however. Dealing, Low Prices and Satisfied
t ran over by the Express Truck at Customers is what tells. My stockof B.
I L. L. Lilienthal
Ray Royce.
the Union Depot, at Palatka, the Crockery and Glassware is com-
readers will be to learnMhat
/f Our pleased
plete, and prices the Lowest.E. .
Manager Fry has secured for Friday 29th of December, and who told
R. FAKRAR
January 8th, Ray L. Royce and me that they had just run over his no6-3m Lxxov STREET, NEAR Ttir
The Old Reliable Furniture House,
r "Tom'i Vocation" Company and
his ,
wife, please send me his address. on Third and Lemon Streets, Palatka.yam. .
3 all who heard this bright inn-maker two

years ago will gladly attend with their jal-3 HORACE K. IDE. ,., .

Iriendt. The New Orleans Times-I


.Democrat A wry Urn lays and:highly amused audience witA A. W. E
Kay L. Royce s Company In a three-act STRANGE
a called "TonTi Vacation." Mr. Royce MI New fall and WinterMillinery.
>a hvod pave a meet amusing performvrwcially A.EaMUo
I*his character tmpersonadonLmedian THE SOWER HAS
quaint in bU way,and he kept 1
No SECOND CHANCE.
eunvnlned while he war the
nee on Meat and .
ViM Horwttt wa Unghable aa the VegetableMARKET 9.d .r. rys r..k s.a M M. end .-
'!orator and gave aooie clever Uaita-
tty I'erkiB of Je aM Unduy waani \0 FERRY'S5EEDS
> .h dance.. well received
*t waa aatiifaetory. In fact It! WORSTED GERMANTOWN,
-.ed0l'1D&lK'ee that has teen :
'e since Ita orenlnr. It is i SAXONY ZEPHYS
+mpflmee 1 the orchestra.
'. 'a v.mad sad kept Ferry Seed Bwiaotl LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES.
i the Urgut is*&.world-Mcnt T llaFerry'
II IIr
lay I This is A Shoe Seed Annual for 1833 I Ready-Made BLOUSE WAISTS,

-- W rats in 300 I That's Sure To Go Through Mil At whole seed KMT Seat free fc.tte I Silk and Flannel.
sai.g. Doa't sow Soda t>U get U.
yo
H take to kill I Eighteen Hundred And Ninety- Prices
foe toned Two. J3.M.FERRY ft CO..PettortKitli, t Special
BLOCKER'SI,
by The'ngthe fVSRS. M. Par" 6;
have
I' Give your feet a how-they'l1 I

'antn to carry you through the New Year.If T ... Hcely Trimmen Hat for$1. I OYPHESSANDYE1ULUM [

'\nd, you give them their deserts, you'll C. I. ROWTq-N, '1.3m
t put them into shoes that they will take
the interest of RJ I (FAROES DESIRING I
Having purchased /
kindly to. You'll be doing a handsome
Grooui. :u his down tov/ .to'" .
thing by them if you encase them in 'in future couduct tht mesa a ere- PI t ACCOEllEllOgtiOllS 0 I I a SATST i t w ?,

'SH NORTHERN* MEATS a pair of our elegant Shoes. JWhenyeu tofore ou strictly. c i pnnc seU-

are wearing them, neither younor: they wait : q'ialiiv/goods; at rue Hn Com'" and lfeta'a*. can se..
ALWAYS ON IIAND.FLORIDA about. c+siiIuJpricr tars its M I,6v'RECx'h.01c4It. I TrTWRA
i will have anything lo complain All kinds of Fruh in aeason. Cali nd Hutet raJa a-1"..

MEATSTAD than 1DaY come whej",a better shoe Candies, Cigars Tpbacco*, Bread, tI I
IN THE CITY. sold the for &c. AL
can be for money .les, Cakes, "

l1 Eggs &C Tfee brings wonderful improvements Oranges packed aS hipped to order.A VI. M. DAVIS, I IA I'
J well but it hasn't I tine of Ciolu. '
ye as new years, large ?tidies,Nuts
tome yet ond there's DO sign of it.ROGERO'S :. I Dried fruits, and other Christmas RNEYS ATAYJKennerfy / c zt
xreive prompt I Goods will be opened in a few days I n)

to all parts ofdelDtf Indian River Fruit a specialt..u ..-. 'H Block, Lemon Street 5'w
""rn Y\L.vgtSnoE Hot SE. Paklta ] -u Palatka.Pa. ..t-ly '

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