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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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*nuE* rtrausBnta cowl PALATKA JUNE 3 1892.l' VOLUME
FLORIDA FRIDAY 3-NUIBER 1 6ArtNOUNCEXENTS.
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MBB.rUl Day. TESTIMONIAL. DEATH OF MRS. J. A. CASTELi

Monday, May 30th, was Memoria FIRST BAPTIST CHTRCH, l [Special to the Time Untom.l

FOR CLERK CIRCUIT Tor..COURT.TA Day, and was} suitably observed:'here McLarty Brothers PALATXA,11A. r LAKE CTTT, FLA., MaT 30.-Th
or PtTXAMOOCXTT.
TXX DXMOCmATIO. The graves of the Union soldiers ii We, the members, unanimously de- estimable wife of ReT. J. A. Cute,

West View Cemetery were handsomely! sir to give our heartfelt expression by pastor of the M. E. Church at this
myself as a
I aanouace
hereby respectfally
candidate for Clerk of the Circait Court of put decorated with flowers and miniature the following resolution; place, died quite unexpectedly at tarparsonage -

"am Couaty la the coming election subject to flags bearing the badge of the G. A. R. WHEREAS, Upon the resignation of is supposed early that Sunday this sad morning.result was It.
the nomination of th* Democratic Party, and our pastor ReT John Hope>>
Johnstone
kindly uk.your sppat.nsyi3 were placed our each grave. The com- POPULAR DRY COODS HOUSE.SPECIAL after faithful ministry of four precipttated by fngbt from the storm

.1OSU1lI'JLICJC. manders of each Post in this city were and a half in our midst, we tender yean him of Saturday evening, though heart
and led in the decoration. ani \ affection is ascribed as the immediate .
present our sincerest thanks, feeling that his
TOE TREASURER OF ruT cLX COUXTT. each teDderla behalf of their r..pec.tin zealous labors hare been greatly cause. Though for some weeks past bt.

I bf tO aaaOOaea myself M a Candidate for Posts the than of the entire blessed by Almighty God. MaT oar delicate health, she wag not considered
seriously indisposed and her
reaomlaatloM for &oMoalee of Comaty Treaaarer membership for the contribution of Father's blessing continue him sudden
tbjeettotbeactien of the Democratic voters flowers made by several patriotic citizens and his family. We cherish upon the hopein death and waa a great shock to the faaWY-
to this
(If UM ew." B. L. LILIENTHAJU to this touching service. Christ our Redeemer that after the besides community. She several leaves,
a stricken husband
,
changing scenes of this life are e'er
FOB TREASURER. Just as' hot weather comes small children to miss the motherV
sure as
VALUES we maybe united by that immortal life
T t TIB DEMOCRATIC VOT*** or PCTXAM presence. The funeral from the chard
there will be more or less bowel complaint to part BO more.
CovrrrIkerebyaaaxmae Sunday afternoon conJucted .
: by RerJames
myself u a maidsfor I in this vicinity. Every person,, D. W. WRIGHT, Clerk. P. DePass, was one of UML

0.4 .fflc* *f County Treasarcr, subject t* t.1ke I and especially tamilies,. ought to have P. F. PEEK. Moderator.* most largely attended in the, historY of
omiaatta of the Party and respectfully ask some reliable medicine at hand for Instant Yay29t.h, 1892. Lake City. ReT. Mr. Cartel was for-

your support 8. J. KEJClfERLT.: use in case it is needed. A 25 or ( THE MUSICAL WORLD. several years pastor of the Palatka.
,
1 ASSESSOR.TO :For Next "Week. church, and removed here with ...
fdR COUJTTT
50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,, Important ArrmaceaaeBt Between Twe family to take charge of this
THE DEMOCRATIC {TOTEM Or PVTxAtloocm "f'.: ,". ., ,, : : m by appointment
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is just Well XaoOTi B.._ of the last conference TnV

I :anneue myself as a candidate for what you ought 'to have and all that Who has not heard of the world. stricken pastor, husband and ,family
hereby 'amo STEINWAY PIAXOS And who UTe the sincerest of this
s sympathy
U. office of TAX Assessor of Putnam Couqr, you would need even for the most
abject to UM omlMtioa of the Democratic severe and dangeroes cases. It U the in the South has not heard of LCDDEX community.The .

Party.respectfully uk your support.W. beet the most reliable and most suc & BATES SOCTHEEX: ).(USIC HOUSE? announcement of the death eff

M. WILLIAMS. cessIul treatment known, and is pleasant For twenty-two years this well known this most excellent Christian lady has

rOE supERisTESDEHT: : -: or PUBLIC" nrBTRUCTIOX. Stswart to take., druggists.For sale" by Ackerman & Two Thousand yards 45-inch Colored music house has been (Identified with cast a gloom over this city, where sh.

leading. pianos and organs only It was so favorably known and universally

At Uw earnest aoHrlUtlpa of friend I kerebyaaaxmBoe SPECIAL NOT lUbb. I Flouncings, worth 40c. a yard only 25c.. aims always to give its customers the beloved Mrs. Castel resided hi this
myself a*a candidate for the omee of city during the four pastorate ot
beat obtainable at the lowest and easiest years
ftapsriadeafeat of Pablie lastrnctlo,subject to GirFoB. S.ALE-Saw )Mill with Sev
UM aomiaation of the Democratic roten of tb eat -horse Engine, eighty-horse Steel Twenty-Five Embroideried Black and Col- terms. Therefore it has secured the her devoted husband, the Rev. :Mr.

Couaty,and....pecUal11..t their rapport. Boiler, Mansfield Mammoth Saw Machine "wholesale Southern agency for the Castel. She was a gentle, unassuming -

1 THOS. W. RALPH. two Trimmers, three River ored Mull Dress Patterns, very Handsome Steinway Piano, which it will sell always Christian woman, a kind and con

Gang Edger, Frank Planer and Matcher crate friend and a good neighbor.
at the lowest New York prices
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE.: Pnllies Styles at 75c. 95c. and $1.10.
Shafting and Dodge one and Never The heartfelt sympathy of our people
: To THE DEMOCRATIC Yor m* or PTOTAM Shay Locomotive, three Logging Cantor i t' on accommodating terms.
Cot"Jf1'Y1I wood or iron rails; seventeen buy a piano or organ without writing is extended to the bereaved husband
I' hereby anooanee myself ft* a candidate for Young Mules; six good Log Carts; Two Thousand yards.Choice 36-inch Per- Ludden & Bates S. M, U. at its home in his great loss.

the office of County Judge of Pmtaam county one heavy Log Wagon; all in good con- office, Sarannah, Gor seeing its
\ abject to nomination of the party,and respectfully ditijn. Call on or address cales, worth 12 1-2c, only 9c. agent for your Vicinity. This course Professor T. Moore, of Peniel,.
uk TOW'lIPpon.01..K.DKWTTT. POMOSA LUVBER Co., will UTe money and regrets. was in town vesterday.

t e3 tf Pomona Fla.C Challies and
j Two Thousand yards Figured
FOB TAX COLLECTOR.To Caadidates: will please send in their "The Deestrick School" company

1 THE DEMOCRATIC VOTE** or PUT*AMCocimrt ?"Wan ted, by an ambitious young Lawns worth 8c. only 5c. cards early ia the week. Let the cash will not be responsible for any detachment _
and active. Address with ,
man, willing accompany the announcement. of buttons on Monday evening-
I candidate forr.tiection
I hereby announce myself a particulars, "WORK" care this paper.
to the office of Tax Collector of Putnam .
County,subject nomination by the party, ju32t.Gr Fifty Pieces Fancy Curtain Scrim worth IOc. '

and ftIIl<<\ oily ask your rapport.f A RARE BAnG.AIN-A ten-acre "

C BLANCHARD Grove of 1,000 trees, in rieh hammock; only 6c. .* SeeingIs
: all budded to choice varieties on native II ,
ix8THDCT10X
or PUBLIC
"r FQR UTEKINTEXDENT and sour' stock. the bads from one to
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five old of which are now I Fifty Pieces New Dress Ginghams, worth
A number of the friends of Rrr. J. A.KOSJLJtT. years many ,
wish that bearing; be had for $1,000 on I Believing
: A. M,harlnf expressed a mar .
The sale will
be sh* .1d become a csadlrtst for the position easy payment.
.f County Superintendent of Public Instmc- include a house and two acres of pine 12 1-2c., only 9c.Travelling. .,

lion Jae announce bintseU for said candidacyB / land. Best hunting and fishing near. ...,..".i "Ii
1* a aatlre Georgian and baa conducted For particulars address this paper. WE CAN CONVINCE YOU THAT WEBARGAINS If A VE
instruction.f bleb trade; academic and collegiate je3alm Dresses.
;
reelcning a Professorship" In Madison
GrW..urrD Lady In this city, :
make Florida, He
FeaaJe College to a
who is a practical dressmaker, desires 1";
to make a
aaka IIIu.C aid of \T. t7
fl work at sewing or ss-making in One Lot 40-ineh.A Wool Bedford Cords,
'-,___ families by the day or week. ..RatelTIT'

FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.- cheap. Address '"W.," DrawerB I worth $ 1.00. for..73cl: EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK I
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Palatka, Fla. je3-2 I IgFINE *. A-J ,- ,
:To ns DXMOCKATIO Tom or Pvrirln ; "" *-" ...

'..:Cocnrrrt respectfully;: aaaeuaoe myself a candidate feet for SAIL sale cheap.BOAT-D.Seventeen SHARP; One Lot 4 0-inch'. _4. .New Cashmeres at 40c.. e60c. --. From Dry Goods; ". ,., long
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for th*eflo S of Tax Assessor eX Putnam County, and 75c. .
abject to ratification by the Democratic primaries ING, Sanford. 1 I '.. us Notions, ,;v S
,and solicit the'.pped" the raters of the. LOaiROZ: GRTOE TOE SALE.: .. M ." f.;

Ceuty. J.r.AFPLEBT.TOR Two miles from Palatka, containiug 30.' Mc..A.R'rY :BROS.: MillineryI ; d A
acres of land, fenced; 300 Orange
COUNTY ASSESSOR.To Trees 100 of which are old bearing! e '.; "'7 w O'
,... DXMOCXATIO Yerx* or FrTLanCovmr And. T
rees. Also, Peach, Plum and otker I "* f .

I hereby.......ce myself a*a candidate for fruit.' Good house and iO60.water; near "' N I : \
Price
Station. $
Lundy I & RowtonDEALERS Fancy p.
the office of Assessor of Putaam County subject ; Address M. H. DALTON, Palatka, McLaury I .
to th action of the Democrat Party
K. T. MOORE.roRSHXRirr. ,I Florida. myaor DWE 'Goods, R.

i grlmane Bros.' market is always
with Fresh Northern ,and Sole Agent .D
At the solicitation of friends I hereby An.n supplied I :. .
ounce myself as, a candidate for the o1>see et ,I Florida MeatmUl.tf STATIONERS AND JEWELERS A "
A
Sheriff Putnam Couaty subject to the nomination For
"' Three Small Houses
FoR SALE
., the Democratic retire of the County [3p -
Sad respectfully ask their support.J. I,near Union Railroad Shops. Must be Y Onyx Black Hose.. y
L BURTOX. sold at once, and a great bargain can ,
!be had by addressing C. F. DEHISON: AND IN

roR SBERirr.: P. O. Box 201. apZMf We will Display Next Week the Finest Line

To COVXTTS.TBE DEMOCRATIC Vorxa or PUTSAM I 1315,000: FEET- Best Seasoned Musical t MerchandiseAlways of IMPORTED TRIMMED HATS ever broughtto

I Cypress Lumber, for construction of ,
I hereby respectfully announce myself at a Palatka
I ranks and Cisterns for all
candidate for th* office of Sheriff of Putnam purposes.
County at the approaching election subject to i Send in orders at once, that you may on hand:a full of STATIONERY of all descriptions. .
the nomination by th* Democratic Party and I obtain the advantage of a reduction. .. I. MEYER
kindly ask your supporx.C"OOODSOX. 'G. )L DAVIS, the Pioneer Cistern BLANK BOOKS,INKS, CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS. Proprietor
Manufacturer Palatka. apSI -
FOR SHERirr.TQ.TRK I' POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL.;

DEMOCRATS or PCTXAH" COCXTT: gpA.L.\TJCA GENERAL MARKET.Jo : .- STRm"GS. BALTIMORE DRY GOODS STORE
MUSIC MUSIC BOOKS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
I reepectfuUy announce myself at a candidate I to Duane Bros. for First-Class. SHEET 4:1
for the office of Sheriff of Putnam County Meats, Poultrv. etc. Everything first- .
abject to the nomiaation In th*coming Prima class. Free delivery to all parts of the Pianos and Organs.
ries. Co JL WIOO. city. de3-tf ARE RECEIVING NOW

,.-.-- Agents for LUDDEN & BATES, S. II. H. PIANOS and ORGANS.ap .
eATOE CLERK or dRCUTT COURT. GJ CoD ro THE FRoNT I-I have THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF "
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some*good Kansas City to 38 LEMON STREET PALATKA FLA. 1
A!toe request of many friends, I hereby axouoee property >
'myself a candidate for the office of trade for Palatka property, orange ,.
Clerk of tte: Circuit Court of Putnam County grove or Florida land and a small Hammocks
.subject to ih action of the Democratic Party amount of cash. Address, with description 1
at the Primary Election, of your property, P., care of PLAIN ENOUGH.

Te y rospecttnny-WALTER THOMAS. PALATKA TIxts.7"Jesse From 75 cents to' $3.5O-

FOR'-TtEASURER E. Burtz, having left the .. ;; 1 r
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t I hereby offer my.....a*a candidate for the Arlington Hotel, has secured limited i s ."BASE B9LL! GOODS, .CROQUET and
number of furnished .
office of County Treatnrar, respectfully solicitIng rooms in the most .
the sapportaf tbeDemocraUe Primaries..fPutaam approved style. These rooms will be FINEST STATIONERY
Couaty rented at a nominal cost to the right "

MAXTIX GRIFFIX JR. tartiee. Apply at this office. EVER SEEN IN PALATKA. Our stock of NOVELS b larger tTua
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trFo& SALE.: -Near Palalka ever kept in Palatka before.
FOR IEEE!??. I aweatyone ::'f" O "
acre place .
bOp
I hereby announce myself a eandidat for and containing FISHING TACKLE SMOKERS' ARTICLES. .
trees
500 fruit trees. Flib-
to the action orange
subject
of Putnam County
Sheriff
ef the Democratic primaries and solicit mg, ,boating bathing; flrat-J s' in TWINE: PAPER BAGS, Ac.,wholesale and, retail. Write or call om.t**

th. support eX my f.Uow-ltiaena.. ....peca"hIlT. every way. Price,'98.560. CH. VON COCHRANE'S OLD BOOK STORK
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Joint W. DAyI3.TOE DUISBUBO, Palatka 1>>. O. ja29-8 ,"

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CLERK: CIRCUIT COURT. GP WANTED- exchange or tradeSlliOO \ SCRANTO, WETMOBE & CO,, .
At the earnest solicitation *f way friends or a $15,000 Orange Grove and \t;.
noT HUTCHIXSOS announce himself at welling, in Putnam County, for Paatka .- apl54f PALATKA, FLA.JFMusIcafPefecirV".
neandidaM for Ork of the Circuit Court of House and Lot. Address WALTER k ..

Putnam County,subject to the approval of the THOMAS, Palatka. jal-tf :Prices LOWER THAN EVER and GOODS ABOVE COMPETITION.
Democracy at the next Primary Election and If ,
nominated will perform the duties of the officefaithfully. !CjTGo: '' to Duane 'Bros. for everything That's the way it reads.when you take into& consideration POSITION of the -A [L

J. you want in the way of Fresh words, and that is part of It. Take OUR position into consideration, too-ourreputation ? '
UeaU and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21-tf LowatNowYorkP
!or Fairness-and it means something
Attention is called to an official circular R '

appearing in this issue from theofficers L. D. EATON M. D. ON TIIE SLATE.-U may not be peferctly clear at first, but read again .STEII. IWA1t.on
-and
w..wr.c
of the Georgia Southern and it is plain enough. Prices LOWER than ever and Goods ABOVE compe ,
Florida RaIlroad relative to passenger Aek
HOMEOPATHISTOmcE tition. Let us.convince you, if you don't know U already.
rates. This company has at all times .

shown a spirit of fairness in all BLOCK, .P ALA.TLFLA.. '

branches of its management; and is BE.: "W. KLIOEGEOR: : '

'conttantly growing In popular favor Omen Hocs.-4 to It ., 18., I Let u>4Ttotp.m. Sundays to 3 p.01 Car them celebrated lostnwMsits.aa4 7s caa bay from u*ae <
with all
sections of the country. Patients from a dIat&Dce.cant: tie tracedthrough LEADING TAILOR Ofjtm. COUNTY Corraw Lemon sad Third Streets, aar, che. lr, and Mrr by inaU.a*U penon. fl'B..t
oar people show their appreciation of the mail. Office Iconraltatloii. tree. .; I' LUDDEN & BATES
Ga.
*. '* : ': ,>, it' PALATKA. FLA. Savannah, ;
it hy patronizing it liberally. apa.- 'Y.-' .' ......:..,.... t -1
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BEATTY FIABOB AND OBGASS. :
,( WASHINGTON BTTBR. can,f.r : Desr.mtl. C.agreasloral C.ve.u.r.t SUMMER BATES.Georgk ....
5k._.eoad DIaUiet. .' UNDERTAXINGEXCLUSIVELY Icon Daniel F. Beatty, the grad,
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o WASHINGTON,.3JFjr30. .. l' '- *, .T'he- ; Southern.'and'Boru: : + IGerman Organ- and Piano manufacturer, li
Bemeeratic of the SecondCongressional .
Thy patty
Presidential politics wen. logeeilinto Distrust feailroadis: nob preparl!< .. ,
the Ilouse last weeK by the liar-v of Florida will ( out of Florida' tall So&mer IM- -" > WAREBOOMS, 28FBOXT" l .and Piano than ever. In'r STO Mri! wx

?. M bold a Cozy 1ttion '.t' Gainesville at 12 sorts, wtfcTwIir stortlybtlGc53Tsale. > : S-fnEET Opposite Putniin t&atfy lefC tome a j&nnile'ss'plow-Doy-I
-rison and antl-llarrison Republicans..Representative
o'clock m. on Wednesday, August 3, Syrup"Martinsvilk loose Palatka, Fla. Residence in and by his indomitable will he has'
Iowa
Henderson, of so as to sell so fart
his
worked :
1892, for the purpose of nominating a 1 This line is the shortest and fastest same building. way up
Mr. Organs and:
oade a bunkum speech criticising nearly 100,000 of lieatly's

JEIarriaon for not baring given the negroes candidate for the Fifty-third Congress out of Florida, ,carrying the West India N.J., Methodist Parsonage R. S. MOO Er, In Charge. Pianos since 1870. 'Noihiae seems to"

representation on,, the board of of the United States.' The counties in and Florida, mail. _to all points West, .My acquaintance with CgpTzLEGTApn ORDERS WILL, RECEIVE dishearten him: obstacles laid In his
the district will, be entitled to arrive and depart that would have wrecked any x9
representation and Northwest. Trains your remedy Boschee's German PROMPT ATTEXTIOX. ap5Merryday wav,
which
:.manager of the World' Fair, forever he turns to an >.
as follows: from Union Depots, Palatka and Syrup, was made about fourteen ordinary nun ,

wra*replied to by Representative Johnson A1aeh_............,..!1 Madison........ ...... 7 made with 'al when I cdntracted a. Cold advertisement and comes out of it
of Indiana, who is known to be Biker ......... 4 )Mark.................IiBradford. Macon. Connection years ago brighter than ever. Hi instruments
.... ...10 Kssan................10 lines in :Macon wit the. vestibule lim= which resulted in a Hoarseness'anda well known are very popular and
,. as u ,
very close to Mr. Harrison. Mr. Johnson Bremrd..4. .-ft OT M .. -l ;
day.. ::::.-:::::..: 6 Oscioia..:.:::::..::: 4 fled for the Carolinas, Virginia and Cough which disabled me from are* to be found in all pans of the

created some excitement by letting Columbia...........!. Putnam....... .......12 filling my pulpit for a number of world. We are informed that during
of the the Dad ........... .....1 8'- "obIt.1 the East, and with through sleepingcar After sell
abe cat out bag concerning intends to
Sabbaths.
trying a Physician the next ten be
Tears
D..ai................IS Srnater..5 Ken-
linfamous force bill,which Mr. Ilarri- Hamilton. .. .... ... 7 Bawannee............10 lines for resorts in Tennessee without obtaining relief-I cannot 200,000 more of his make, that means

won is still intent upon having enacted Lake........... ....IS Voiusia..............10 tncky and all points North and North say now what remedy he prescribedI .& Paine business of 20,000,000 U we average

The above carries with it the same west. Sleeping ors: between'Pa alb saw the advertisement of hem at $100 each. It is already the
into law if his can secure control your
a party
,
exist-
in
kind
rule of apportionment as that adoptedby largest business of tbe
and Macon.
remedy and obtained bottle. I
a Sfi
of the House and elect the President Washington
; ence. Send to Daniel F. Ueattv, -
the State Committee.For Trains leave as follows; received such quick and JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
again. Mr. Johnson indulged in permanent New Jersey, for Caa; e.ME .
,
P. M.
A. M.
Democrats economy and facility we sugcest help from it that whenever we have

.the stock abuse of in the that the delegates to the District Con- Palatka ...... 5:40 8:15Hamlton..6:31 had Throat or Bronchial troubles
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Sunth for their treatment of the 9:37 Who are WEAK XERVOPS, TO.B1LJTATID
poor vention be selected in the same manner since in our family, Boschee's German who In folly aa*
which Mr. Harrison doubtless Lake City..... ..8:03 10:55 Ignorance ban trilled AWM?
jiegro
has been favorite !
and at the time as the delegatesto Syrup our N JIAJU
same For folders and other information BODY. M1>U and
4>opes will have a good effect upon the State Convention.The applyto r'- % .?. remedy and always with favorable Violins, Banjos, .1orb, causing terrible drain
colored delegates to the Minneapolis have spun the well of life Headachy
results. I hesitated to
C..Ifidlrlf never
Chairman and Secretary of A. JAS. MKNZIES, Backache,Dreadful I>reams. Weakness of Men.
Convention. Democrats were delighted TrafflcrManagert Gen: Agent, report my experience of its use to cry rtmplefc upon the face,and all the effect

at this open avowal of- a close and con- county conventions win please the favor Macon,Ga. Palatkd. others when I have found them STRINGS;SHEET MUSIC.&C send leading for M BOOK early decay O. .IJFE Conoumption:,tsnkdfree Insanity) with*
committee
dential mend of Mr. Harrison's that the by sending proceed troubled in like manner." Rav.W. particulars of a bomeCoire. SoCraNYPAT;
ings to the Chairman at Orange Lake. The World's Columbian Exposition. DR. p.&RKLR, 340 Cherry, ,
'*&e force bill is not dead but only H. HAGGARTY, my*. XashYill,Tenn. .
Send 50 cents to Bond & Co. 576
Special railroad rates will be an- of the Newark New
It will be worth thousandsof A Safe All Prices for Cash to
terms
sleeping. or
on
nounced In due time; alto Special hotel Rookery Chicago d,you wL'l 1 receive, Jersey M.E. Conference WOMEN whe bar Headaches

., votes to Democratic candidates for rates at 'Ga nesvDI. will. _be arranged poit-paid, a four bundled pace advanc April 2590.' Remedy. suit._oc93mNew"Store S CK Profos Backaches and, N.lIralia.l.nand) Menstraa.Uons. Scanty., '
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&e House as well as to the electoral and announced.' Guide to the Exposition, with elegant O I> '' sptase-
sexual
menu of the Womb and .
akket. GEO. W. WILSON, engravings of the grounds and built- a G. GREEN, Sole Man'frWoodbaryN Organ BarrenM.L scorrb ,
should send for 'UOMAN'* HOOK OF LIFE. .
Since the arrival of Commander-ln-
PORCHES I/bOLE, Chairman. lags, portraits of its leading spirits (soled), free. with particulars for home ears.
Chief John C. New early last week Bucklen't Arnica Sal... No No rav.Setentiae .
Se and a map of the City pf Chicago; all Cra&
elarJ neaUo i, rnHmlted Experience : -
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Qua
tthe Harrison baa dropped its )
army the rules governing the Exposition --0-- Careful DAar-i..4 Honest LepNoNatation.

seek, by-leave-of-Mr. Blaine air, and Nothing adds so much to a person's and exhibitors and all information' Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, *are the C.secrets W. TABKEK of our snccess.,M.D.. Address

.from this time on it will fight for Mr. appearance as a line thick head of hair Which can be given out In advance oIt Fever :::oresrTetter, Chapped Hands, FURNITUREOF mye 340 y.Cherry >ash *.TeaL

Harrison1 nomination. The antis also, of even color and to assure this use opening. Also, other engravings''. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-

awder command of Boss darkson only HaU's Hair Renew and printed information will DC sent tions, and positively cures Piles, or no DEFORMITIES !
required. It is guaranteed to rive ALL DESCRIPTIONS for sale
be pay
published.. It will a ,
have their fighting blood up and the yon veryvaluable refunded Crows 1:," flair U..cunuueflll the Spine.
The Candidacy of Mr.J P.Apploby.BdltorPaUtkaTime l boob, and every person should Perfect satisfaction,or money ; flab Feet,HIp Joint L>iw** aDd aU Deformities
wounds left by the battle royal that is secure a copy. price 25 cents per box. For sale by at ROCK BOTTOM PRICE3 at of the rUnds Arms lip Md 1letrsd-

*. LOWRY fc HULSE. icsJly: cured.
to be fought at Minneapolis will mate ,
It all the easier to elect the ticket I am 'gratified to see the announcement The Kennish Heat and Tower Com DISFIGUREMENTS.Pnperflaons .

of this for the office of St. Augustine has filed articles: R. J. Riles has moved his fine, Jew- Carpenter'sNEW
nominated at Chicago. Mr. CIneJaM' gentleman pany )hair WIDe Marks. Moles, etc..
of with the Secretary of elry Store to Lemon street, opposite and perfectly remored. Send for
of Tax Assessor of Putnam County.Mr. incorporation painiewsly
irienas anxious for the Be .....
are valuable treatise on the at. Addft'IMIl. f
nominate Mr. Appleby, tq my knowledge, is a State The capital stock is 100000. Putnam House, where he will be STORE, Lemon Street, second C. W.FAR HER, M.Dmy .. \

publicans they believe to his nomination Blaine will re-as true and tried Democrat, and is, thoroughly pleased to see his customers in future.Mr. door from Falk's Dry Goods Store. ". 340 N.c.:1Jen1,1uaYWe.: TeaL


move all doubt as to the nomination acquainted with Putnam County IN CHANCERY-IN CIRCUIT X L.. llurtoe.candidate for Sheriff Call and'see for vour clf. BROKEN IEX DOWN suffering ME* from and Wo-any

; fully proficient to perform the duty, COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL CIK Pulnam's DlrEASE. can seenr a
and of
at and
jpf Mr. Cleveland Chicago, they one prominent GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANT valuable work on their affliction (scaled)free.
tare confident that be could beat Blaineworse and a good, conscientious man. He is QUIT, -PVTXAX' COUNTY. .citizens, was in town Hoiday. and team how they can be cured at home, by
PAST or THE CITY. apl54ChamberJafn's CO., 340XCmm[Y8T.,
old and has most of FLORIDA.Ellen writing DR.PARKER A
an resident seen, I
than he did In 1884. NAsnriu.z Ten*. Better writ to-day t delays
- the property bought and .sold, consequently DRUNKENNESS,or the LIQUOR HABIT ar* dangerous Pleas stat Tour trouble and
The action of the Democratic caucus Hitchcock how long afflicted. myV
; knows the true value of prop- y.L. .: } Cured at Hem l.Ten Day by Administering Eye and Skm
in deciding to push the regular appropriation ..H.MorriU and Susan P. Mor- Ointment.
erty. In conclusion, I would say that Dr. Haloes' Gulden gpeelfle. I
. bills in the House ahead rlUi Jcnte K. 1'. rise floing : THE
I Jof the Democratic voters of the county business M FiDe & HambUn;V roreclo@ure. "It can be given in a glass of beer, a I A certain cure for Chronic Sore Even,

everything else, and to secure an adjournment could not do bet er than.to elect him Simon, Hatch&Wbitten tiersnardandJuliusS.TrIeetAdoaph of coffee or tea or in food withoutthe Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old
,
cup ,
at the earliest date as our next Assessor of taxes,for I am < Chronic Sores Fever
possible and Nathan Mtcrnberger, trade Sores Eczema,
kaowlege of the patient. It is absolutely -
was disappointing to many members lure he will give satisfaction.SETTLER. InjaiTTleM* Co. Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipplesand \
harmless rllSViud
and will Mill
interested: In legislation which they Ii'appeularby( th. afflittyU of Joseph C. : effect a Piles. It is cooling and soothing. I
Baldwin'complainants Aft-Ait, filed in shove permanent and speedy cure, whether
stated cause, that defendants Pine & Ham Hundreds of cases have been cured by kl
.had hoped t kiln and Triest& Co.are non-renidenU of the patient 1& after all other
session,*bti{ the very large majority' From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. State of Florida; that Pin & Hamblin reside alcoholic wreck. It has been given hi treatment had failed
in theCityof Boston.Jfai*.,and that their U Ia put up In 23 and 60 cent boxes.
by which the caucus adopted it dem- Hurd,of Groton,S. D.,we quote: "Wastaken ticnlar address is unknown to affiant; fig thousands of cases, and in every instance -
& Co.reside at 688" Broadway few York a perfect cure has followed. It.
ioslptCd that It was. .deemed hq wth] a Hd cod, which"settled: oh : ,N. Y.. ana that to the best ot hU knowledge I never fads. The system once 8. O. SEAKEfO. W>f. A.ETA. 8.'SEARING .
,'jJrflper action to take. There be cough set in and finally all of said defendants art seer twenty-one I lmpreg.1
,can. my Lungs, nated with the specific it
aw doubt that the sooner the lIohse terminated in Consumption. Four m.ore ordered tfcaf sad defendantsJames utter impossibility for the liquor appetite -
K. P. Pine, doing business as riseHamblin &. &
can pass all of the necessary appropriation : doctors cave me up saying I could lire ; Bernard and Julius 8. Trieet, to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 EVANS,

bills and demonstrate to the but a short time. I gave myself up to Adolph and, Nathan fiternberger, Itradinr As page book of particulars free. Address! \ ..--..
Trtest & Co.,do answer or demur to the Mil of i .
determined ifj[ could not
my Saviour be GOLDEN{ SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race -:- DKALUU B-
,filed herein, on or before the FIRST
country that it Is ready for an adjourn- stay with any friends'on earth.! would MONDAY complaint Hi JUNK next, the same being the Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. *

went, the better It will be for the meet my absent ones above..' Hv hu -' 6th day of said month,and the same being the ---- ,
rule day of this Court; otherwise a decree pro Hay Grain Feed
Democraticparty.; band was, advised to get Drr ring'sNew oonfetlNO win be tAken against them, '. ,
refusal Rusk Discovery for :Consumption, It ii further ordered that this notice be pnb- L. J. LIPSEY
of '
The to askCongress
Secretary Coughs and Colds. I gays it a trial iisbed once a week for four consecutive weeks in

tor an appropriation to., be: took .in all eight bottles v it.has cured the Palatka in said Weekly Putnam Times County, a,newspaper Florida. published Fruits and Confections Flour, Meal IJ Grits

spent by the alleged rain-maker, Dytrenforth me and thank God I am,now a welland Witness my hand and seal this April 27th,1892.
FRANK WRIGHT,
had no effect upon; that hearty k woman.Hulse's Trial bottles free Y.ALDI1x,1'Wntiff Clerk' Circuit. Court. : : TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.gyTh And Cotton
cheeky and slick-tongued individual.He at Jx>wry Druggists regular, J. Solicitor.ap2 Seed Meal
:
i size, 50c. and {1. \ ; -td *Fruit kept bym\ aN the Finest and
has talked to such good purpose to Frecbenttobehad. Extra care ill exercised In
the Senate Committee on Agriculture The festival given at the Livingston Notic. of Administratorof Application for: the purchase of all Goods and a share of your --:-- The Hghtett, stroneest,most. durable,

Leave to Sell ReallEitate of Minor. patronage is respectfully solicited. :: bag been built and in Constant for
that Senator Pettigrew offered an Thursday night by the 140168'! Aid Socisty Lemon oc3m and Second' 'Streets- ,. &*iJ"l.1'L.L., q. rnics LAURA STREET.boats s1WAREHOC8E. :. roOT or Tears, has stood the teet of time; is

amendment to the agricultural bill ap. of the Methodist Church of Or TO ALL WHOM rrMAT COXCERN:.. '. .- -- Draya, < on Good shipped by River Steam suitable for ah classes of w/ork. Aik
Notice is hereby gIves ibat the undersigned, :
: Troptiating $40,000 for rarn-making ex-: |andp, says the Orange (County Be the legally constituted and qualified Administrator Terms-Cash. Lowest Market Price.- enaranteed. for illustrated matter giving descrip-
of the estate of Eraetus B. Duncan, deceased tion of our wheel Trade with mallable
'jnents. That is just 815,000 more porter drew a large crow The floral late of Bradford County. Florida, will 3mJ felloes
and
sily to the County Judge Pntnatn County, Flav, iron strongest lighted
Dyrentorth asked for and he fsrrespondingly decorations about the halls and
A par wi In WEmjEiWAi' wheel in the trade.
at office. Palatka, on ,the : t
/ happy; but his jubilation lore were elaborate and fIasty.. while 1ST DAT OF. LN.1893;or as soon thereafter Mexican IEATTY.S P'ANOS'K' We build all sizes of Both power and
she can be beard,for aa order ,
as grantioj
.
will, be short, as the House 'Vrill the Japanese lanterns Hung from the her leave and authority and power to sell am Catalogue.aof-U Washington DANIEL> F.New EATTY., pumping mills general Wind Mill sop
convey at PdraM sal the right, title and in- Jersey. of all kind Tank work ot
plies every
allow this to be thus and lower verandas added much
sot money
upper term of Edward; P. Duncan minor and ODe of:
down 'rat-hoie to to the .brifliant.effect. The the heirs-at-law of said Krastus: U. Duncan, kind a specialty. Goods are fully. guar- "
thrown a BO speak, exercises, deceased in and to the following real estate, R. W. & W. M. DAVIS, anteed.

whatever the Senate may do. consisting of vocal 'and instrumental situate in said Putnam Connty Florida to-wit: Will give farmers and others whole

Teddy" Roosevelt is again alter music were highly: enjoyed. -The 'solos The Section Northeast Thirty-one quarter Township of the Southeast Twelve quart.eror South, M' (\ ATTORNEYS ATEAW sale prices where we have'agents.

} ::1lr. Wanamaker, whose testimony relating by Miss Mpragne. of Palatka,and Miss of Range Twenty-eight sALLIE East J. DARBY nfT --- Send for our large 72-page Illustrated

Sills J.M. IJj .. Catalogue and mention this paper.
Duncan
to the violations of the civil service Curtis, of 'Orlando, were leading features April 29th,18U2.Formerly Administratrix. Hlckman-Kenneriy Block. Lemon Street

law by employes of the Baltimore of the evening. Many regrets Palatka. Fla. 3-iy Address all correspondence to the

post-office he says contained slanderous were expressed at the nonappearance APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO 8KT.1. STEARNS MAXUTACTURING co.

falsehoods. This is the second time of Miss Fudge, who, on account of IS HEREBY GIVES THAT ON E. 'E. EL\SKELL Connersville
unable' NOTICE DAY OF MAY 1892 at his office. mh23-tf Ind.,U. S. A.
has accused the sickness to be present and
that "Teddy" publicly was in Palatka, Fla., 1 will applr to the Hon. J. E. Liniment
Postmaster-General of carelessly: 'hand.Imgly delight the audience with' her elocutionary Baldwin, Judge of Probate for UM County o C LAWYEROmcaSecond EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Put&acta.State of Florida for an order to sell!
the truth. powers. the following described land,lying and situatein

Senator Morgan is encouraged by the to County the estate and of State Susan aforesaid P. Moon, and, deceased belongIng -, street, ;oppoelte:Court HOOMPALATKA ALL PERSOSS IXTERESTEn WILL TAKE

the 0te-2S to 17-by which the Sen- CONSCMPTION CUBED. late of Polk County Florida; an 8Ddtrtcled one- FLOBIBA. pointed by the that County undersigned Jadjr*of Putnam hare been Covnty.Fla ap.
.
less,of
half interest in fir* more or the
a.crn. as .
An old phrslcian, retired jfrom practice for Executors of the last will and testament o f
Lot Block .
half of One OX Thirtytwo(32X
defeated Mr. Merrill's motion to westerly
ate LEONARD HOLMAX, deceased; and than ...._
South ofTweatyeix Ranr _
had in his hands Township Eteren (11X having debts and claims against said estate will ( __. f
refer his resolution, directing the Committee having placed by (3Ii)being a part of the Joseph MHemandes '
Grant the said sale being for thepurposes For Sale present ithouttor payment tq us at SprtagfleH.
on Finance to mako an examination an East India missionary the formulaof of paying; the estate of or. ExcliaDge. Ohio, w .
a similar vegetable remedy for thespeedy the said Susan P. t reddtl division between Thoe* Indebted &oJ.14 estate win setf6 with
and in relation to ... ROBERT HOLilA.V
L.
: report currency Arllne. F. Rector and Mary E. Rector of I have 245 acres of land nine miles
EDWARD T. HOtSlAX.Jtxecutor.
JO and coinage and as to the effect ,and permanent cure of Conssuanptlon'Brtinchtllsitatarrh Fort Smith Sebastian Count, Arkansas,minor MAN March 25.1892. .
devisees under the last will fill the said Susan P west of Port Arthur, Algoma, Ontario, *
t asthma .
rhh2.Sw
of the act of uJy.l800, on the price ofsilver Moore deceased. :. : in the Silver r
".., o 1>uf2N'H. Mining District, which ]I
bullion, to that committee, .tolope and all Throat and Lung Affections : BAToy.1 FetAirtuv S. ""'- will sell for Notice of Application for final Dicharg.
$5,000 take
or an Orange
that the Senate will adopt the also a positive and radical cure for Nervous ap29-iw Executor.
Grove or Phosphate Lands of equal Trnccl: IS HEREBY orVEX THAT OX
and all
Nervous
t resolution. Senator Sherman says to Debility Complaints FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUTNAM and value In exchange. 1"i the 25Tn DAY OF J.NOTARY, lWO.Iw1U(! .
tested itswonderful present my final .account/ and roochers administrator
after having
't adopt the resolution would be to Ins COUXTT, FLA. r Some work has already been done in of the estate of Albert Bodre. d*>
Committee curative powers in thousands of ceased, to tile County Ja the Finance to
atrnct report developing the silver vein. Florida at his e4Bc m Palatkn,and ast for a
a free coinage bill. only three Demo- I cases, baa 'felt it his duty to make It Mrs. E.: C. CasweU \ anal discharge from the adnlnlsuratkm tit said
T*. 'J'ored otttrs Per particulars, addressCAPT. ANDREW P. CAN vhlatO. .
crailc:: Senators-Gray, Palmer and I known to his suffering fellows Actuated Charles F. Arery, First Jfaf of BEAST ettate.Admlnllltra cf fstat*of Albert Bwdfr*.
by this motive and a desire to tional Bank of Lock Haven. Mortgage. McADAM, .Fla..July%i. ln. jTOm
TQas ruled for Mr. Merrill's motion, I Pena.etal. S elnP
of which would hare been !relieve human suffering, I will send TT APPEARING BY THE ATFIDAVrT OF 21 Wcodbridge Street, P
the adoption
; JL E.E ItASKELLAgeatof Complainant mj6-lm Detroit Mich. Hi. 3xurcell
I.
free of charge to all who desire it ,
considered equivalent to defeating Mr. that the defendant the First National Bank. of ,
this recipe in German,French or English Lock Haven, fa. is a non-resident of the State
cj lorran'a -ntOlnUon Senator Hill was of Florida,and that Its are i* unknown: ORForty BE.AI'TYCELEBJU.TED
.. he did,not troto.t ,with full directions for preparingand It i* therefore ordered that.,the defendant .. ATTORNEY
but '
present, the'First National Bank of Lock BayeD, I'L. .
second Silver Conrenjiftv using. Sent by mail by address- do plead answer or demur to the Bin of Complaint .... Out::
The Rational Led C O.r at Lsw.ppsdatko
SIXTH DAY
before the
Sled herein on or kn1st
'.... is in session :here. Among the- lag with stamp, naming Ibis paper. OF JUKE A. D. 1883; othenriee a deuce pro. B..**>
l W. A. NOTES, 8?0 Powers' Block, Confesso will be entered against it. Years 1 WWpncoe* ta an Ootta. rALATKA.taSStf. .
several: hundred delegates from, nearly It is further ordered that this notice Jbe published Pianos and i r P.E:
BodWrter JK r.: Organs.
once a week for fourrn.eeattveweeks in ,
all the States are a number of People" ; "
.. : the Ialatka Weekly Time. a newspaper published
,. aid Knights of Labor. The' in said County and Circuit. pr
:fatty The Eleventh International
men KELLY
Chria-j Done this May 4th,A.IX ISO. E. C.
nntJon hopes:to enoceea1 to getting tianEndeavor Convention will FRANK HylXM.KlRBY WRIOHT., D.C.Clerk.lua.1 THET9AflD For Catalogues address isan

me silver legislation from Congress. m New York City July 710. Twenty- I:. ):.KUEKLL, Complainant I *Solicitor.ATTACHMENT DANIEL F.' BEATTY Wajhinrt.n, N. J.DAXIELF. -SIGS OF- wiL

,.jretary Noble has scored anotheriaihire fire th'ousand'deIePka are expected my6.4w Bhrimi1

: furls attempt to get Mr. Bah 1 to be present. Madison Square Garden, I NOTICE. OO OOt1 BaItO.LN83.Nlorpar: -t The Big Coffee Pot! h

neon to get rid of Commissioner Baumbore I with 'a seating capacity of 16,000,has TS CntCCTT COCRT,FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- .cat.a'Jope. + the
committeemakee I 1 CCIT of Florida in %nd for Putnam County. BEATTY, add Complete Line' o all 1
A Fun <
the invesbgahne been engaged,for the occasion.: The Wsrhington,New ftHy.Mnrrign's .
alvin Plaintiff 1 .' HARDWARE and achan
Galls LIGHT
its report recommending his re- Southern Passenger Association baa } Attachment. STOVES .
Sauna A Rembert defen't.I 1NWARE which must be sold. KcHoJ:
TDAvnl. Mr. Harrison is said to have granted a rate of .one and onethirdfare Eesfaurant.JTnder stock I
The defendant and all persons interested arehereby will pay w inspect this ,as keep
laid him that he feared the effect on for the round trip. The Ocean declaration required to appear and plead befOl'lltb.FIRsT to the For Sale. I Nothing but the belt of "
filed 11k.thl cause on or Fittingexecuted
,
the soldier Tote of removing Raum orUawmg Steamship Company will also makelow DAY OF AUGUST next th* FIRST ,* to. Acme Hotel) Plumbing, 'inning and Gas
MONDAY ot Auv* t, ttas*and tnev are hereby f .ear JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. in the most approved style
him to resign -and providing? rates. Further information can b. had notified of the institution of this suit by attachment .
CY low
price
,and that ta* property of said defendanthas ALL Table Supplied with tb*Best th* Market Af- promptly and at
r him elsewhere, ,and had made unt by calling on the President of the Wee attached to satisfy the claim of the ... 101'41. &Del'nue. very Beasonabl When la Don't forjet the place, Sign of the C

t mind to stand by him until after Florida State C. E. Union,.Mr. F. A. plaintiff In this ranse. Big Coffee Loot, inion Street, between Sab
April lsthlsx. J. H. SHELLLETTapiS3m | Jacksonville jir ai a trla.I.odml
'tle 1on. A. j Third.
and
T ,. Curtis Sheriff. 'DR"IGG"ISTS f J. W. MAKKIOX, Proprietor. Second


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HORRtSON TtKaeHT.:r : "J I < UCXOX JCUXtB. I I r7.7HE PALATKA A DRUMMER'S DIPLOMACY.. CRESCENT CITY. There ia. talk of adopting the ttsw-
TO / ; TIJlES'-I ," .
Uan ballot at the Leo County
lit H'onder/Ht Effect on the Liter, OFFICIAL Correspondence FaUtka Times.CRESCEz4r system
THE .Hew Be Get Erea a& the XxpeaeeeC the
Ma* 0,| IA..F.r4y.314g 11t D.txy elections 17.
: .Ytemach JiowUf Kikxeyt Other. : Crrr, May 31. primary on July
*>.. I1U*.U tt* ]i..I... and Bloods I FARXEKS ALLIANCE FOIl salesman and FI.A.t,.

CDCAOO, May U.-Colonel W. BJorriaon Dr. MOzley's Lemon Ullxlr Is a pleas i
chairman of the lat."':'." ant lemon drink that positively cure PtTZYJJT COUXTY.. troable at the club. as salesman on the road for A. J. G. Coleman, of Jacksonville, to be at.

commerce eotnmiesioa aai all Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion -I think he will be admitted to withdraw R. Goodman & Co. of Evansville delegate to the National KlcaragruavCanal1
for man ,,
;' likely to settle i a
all Sick and Nervous Headaches "Men are as never ** be aaid."Permitted .
dears chairman of the ways and mean Kidney Disease Dizziness, Loss jnesuon rightly as when they discuss you mean," corrected' the Ind. air L. L. Benham, their former 'Convention, whICh meets at St.

onimittee of the honee of rsprsaenta of Appetite, Fevers, Chills, Palpitation It freely."-Macaulay.ALUANCK blond clerk who wore side whiskers salesman, will commence work on the Louis June"

**Tes, has suddenly forged to tU fro of Heart, and all other diseases caused 'blue tie and a general air superiority. Crescent City daily line in a few days.

AI somewhat formidable prestdeatia by disordered Ijver, stomach and kid- DIRECTORY Yes, that's what I"should have aaid. Mrs. Lyons1 and daughter, MisaSmi'ey I Burr Coeby,of Tampa, caught a sawfish

,n4idate, and bis frieods assert billke n4Y'. the first great cause of all fatal omens or TRK noaxoA ALLLICI.President..A.P.BaIkin Mistake, bat la speaking he blushed the and drummer looked confused answered and friend all left for their off the mouth of the Manatee nver
diseases. GO cents and $1 per bottle.
presented the national COD Sold by druggists. Prepared only bj ,Anthony,Pin and there wan an evil gleam in b.1eye homes in the North last week. Saturday which measured 11 feet In

ntion as the choice of Ue IlUooU del ; Vice President.; ..:.D. W. Adama Tangerine, Fla. when he changed the subject and said: length, and its saw measured 3 feel fit-
II. Mozlej M. D. AUanui. Ga. ,, Mr. H. Benham who has been
Secretary..J. A.Moore r>n acoU, 'Ja. this verj
K tion io CAM Clevelaad it not nom Limon Hot Droo Treaiurer Lecturer..L........_....C.8.W. Young Week.,Orleacc Chlpley,, Fla ITa Got"Seems more warm like walking spring down moraiDg.Iwtal town sick for a long time, is now convalescing inches.

Bated by storm in the early enthusiast! For coughs, and colds, take Lemon EavenH transpired so for long time" and his many friends will be gladto July Attraction.No .

.f the convention. Tb meeting of th Hot Drops. "Transpired repeated the smart clerk him
see out again.
caw state central eenmitte* In this eijas For sore throat and Bronchitis, take Farmers' Alliance-Directory-/ for Putnam with the blue tie. "There's another word event of history has attracted not

the occasion: tor the gathering 01 Hot Drops. County FUT. Not very familiar with the language, an The Gondola Line is doing quite I aba"siness will probably attract more universally

ost of the Illinois delegate and cPoticiaas For pneumonia and Laryngitis, take yonr"Tea now, there being no other than the 400th anniversary of the discovery
Mr* A.
W. Ralph president,.HoDuter; that's what I said. Transpire
from all quarters of the state Lemon Hot mode of to Crescent
Drops. Townsend vice pretident. HuntmirtoB; O. I* transportation of America The World's Fair
a.4 was productive of little ant Melrose Lewi* emit through the pores; to exhale. Per-
opt a For and Catarrh take Wbitoocab aecretary-tnaanrer, ;
prise when tb presidential preference! Consumption Hot Morrta,lecturer,Va latka; O.W.Rile,ehapU', baps it I said that I sweat freely you would City M this writing. and the United States will be the sub
Lemon Drops. MeMeekln J. W. L. Cannon door-keepor, understand betterr" and the drummer
ef the were'canvassed. Messrs. II. Reab and L. S. Ballard
delegates For Hemorrhage and all throat and Francis; J. M. Cannon, ..... t door.keeper, the blond clerk. ject of the greatest comment in bothv
The forty-. gbt.delegates from Illiooii Francia: John Hancock serceant-at-arma.' glared fiercely have returned from their trip to the At
diseases take Lemon Hot Drops. and Christian
are instrneted to vote M a unit in th lung Bottwlck. ".\1&, ha But allow met to explain, my pagan governments.
national convention and reeomm.D4fJdto An elegant: and reliable preparation PALATKA ALUAJICX. dear friend that transpire doe not mean coast, and will start for the North soon the Island City Chautauqua, Fer.a.-

favor tat nomination of Senator Pal 2.) cents,at druggists. Prepared only to exhale. You're a little rattled. that's Aboat the county offices! Let ns see, dins some of the strictly nericanv
by Dr. II. Mozley Atlanta Ga. C. L Rowtou President: Joseph Price Searetary. all suavely replied the blond man ,
young
Br in cans it should be deemed expedient reader! Look nowl Palatka will get elements of its wonderful wi11.he .
the clerk. progress
to come west ler a presidential can as he winked at express
didftU. It now appears certain how C. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet, "In SAS XATXO SLUAJCL line you five dollars it does." the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, brought out in the tableaux, recitation

evar, that Colonel Morrison and nol formation and Advice about PatentsCayeatsTrademarkaCopyrights S. J.. Well, president; O. L.tr, Bocetary. "Oh, just to convince you of your min- the County Judge,Treasurer and Tax i, lectures, etc. Historic Amertcanv
Senator Palmer is. the choice of a take will take that bet. You will let
verjr; "etc. Collector-four good offices all filledor
acwrwicx ALUAVCX. I "' incidents will be made impressive and
decided: majority of the Illinois bVle- Webster decide it, suppose?

rstea. and that after a primary ballot may be obtained free at this offic N.C.Crew., president Boatwick. ; J. T. HanCock "Certainly. There's cash. Now cover will be filled by Palatka's citizens, instructive by illustrations of the highest -

for Cleveland and a complimentary on secretary, Boatwick.rXJUTCU it and bring on your 'die.'" The bystand there being no outsiders offering for; order. Rates all reasonable. Club.

bar Palmer it is the intention of thai PALATKA MARKETS. ALI4AIICX. en grinned. "lie is thinking of perspire, them. Now we thinkthe good people
and make
could their cook
majority to throw the solid support ol 11.W.S..Ith. p..ld..t, Francis; J. X. Cannon of course" whispered one. .y OQ don't bring own

the forty-eight. of Illinois to Win Or.e.rl* .. .. secret ary,,r rancia.rmnrruuro. make us that offer do you?" he aaked. of Falatka should lend their strength rates of their own. Write at once, aot

X. Mormon. Under the unit role Imposed IOoi eeted VfceklTbv Oar Broa,Corner HIrblStandard0mnoatedk8a.opr. ALLIAKCX.Thoa. "Oh, you want to be in H, do you?" to the coming primaries to some of the do net fail to enjoy the privileges oTFlorida's

by the state convention, this can ttreett.1 snapped the traveling man. "All right,, outiden-to the Sheriff's office and
very easily be don., and as even the Hind president G- xetowuj X. W.Ba..1t1u. I'm with you as many u choose. ComDOW' I first summer Ch&uUuqoa.

friends of Senator Palmer concede!that' ftoftMA-8airarat........ **%V4 aecreury Georcetown. put up or shut up." we beli"nher will; also to the Su First-clan talent will furnish Ue moat

Colonel Morrison hat a majority ol thidelegation Extra"C' Sugar at..........:-............... ROLL 1'D ALLIAXCK. The drummer's words and the sight of perintendent of Schools, Tax Assessor profitable entertainment. Forptrtica
there is little ioabt this plan Hour First f unu-M'eMera Spring G.W.Motes president, Holllcter; 8. 1'. Baxter the roll of bills he flashed overcame all and other No In ?
.25 to'.00 county offices. one
Wbwit .M t1S Ian address J. F. Shan da.AXMOCNCXMKXTS..
will be carried oat. 1.5010 0.LDry.ScZted .secretary, HoUiater.LOSO scruples they may have bad at betting on ,
n.nr, Second Patents do do
tile city has as yet come out as candidatefor
Meau-We.tera Bethel, BXAJtCH ALUAVOK. a sure thing and another wad of bills was
Ke tt.... '.r. h.l_ ill HI pound boxes.................. '%to'% John Harvey, president, Bannerrllle; w. J. thrust into the stakeholder's hands.A these offices. We believe the good : : .

TOFSKA, Xan., May 24.-It U practically 2.10 pound" boltes.II .We.. ..t..ni..DeW.. .........-.. f% t.6% Miller,secretary Baanarville.K'XCJ dictionary. produced and Uie definition Democrats ol Palatka will do the right We call attention to our extending

settled that there will be no fusion Smoked MeaU York-Fancr City Hama brmada...Nnr..... 12 to 12% .A.LI.LUrCL MeMeekln S. X.Beyle "Well read. I'll be hangedr groaned the thing. We don't know as yet whe column of announcements. W. aJd-
H. W. ,
Loop, president ;
between the People's and the Democratic do do 8hoGld Western n.lUma.............-- 11 Ito to 12 ,secretarydcMeekii.IOnwALE chorus. "I never heard that before. the primaries will be held, but we this week the names 'of more of our

parties Kansas eo state office. This do Picnic llAma............ TH t 0 ALUAXCK.B The drummer pocketed his winnings think about the first Saturday in July citizens who solicit elevation to official
U to and he bowed himself out he chanted
:
demonstrated Cheese, Fancy Pat Cre&mY.T.8tate) as
was when a doses Pee- Batter,Fancy Eaatera Creamer/.... 22 to 24 H. Bard president, Norwalk G.C. Par. In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat would be a good time. We hope when positions at the hands of the sovereign-
ple's contentions ia rations see* a.1. ..... 3S toAew mentor secretary Norwalk. '
party Sytnp-17ortdaper '' ''" .
tione of estate resofa- Orleans Molasses..:!.... ....::.-. SB to 40aO' rUTVAk AALL AUOASCX. bread. Good morning,gentlemen.-Bar the Executive Committee meets they voters of the county. Under the primary -
passed strong .. ........ ....... % ton Herald.
EUce-cood
noun declaring against fasten inany, Rice tuolicsChute; .. 6. % to 8.K.TUnmona,president, Putnam Hall; X.B. will call the primaries net later than system of securing nomination

form. The rank and file of tne People w Fancy....... ... ....... to 6% Lane, aecreury.Banana. Bfahaly'a _"__..datl... the first Saturday in .J nly. ..* the broadest liberty is given to aspirant

party are indignant against Chairman *-V an derreer & ..HoImea'8taadar4 '. ruin. ALLIAXOX. In one of the loveliest counties of old Virginia

Chase, Levi Dam b&1.!, Attorney General Lemon Crackera XXX. .Soda. a L. J. Arnold president, Peniel J. f. Boyd then still stands a stately mansion Boils, carbuncles and eruption of all to place their names before the people.

Ires and other leaden because they Ginger Snaps.. e aecreury, that was in days gone by the show place of Each citizen who desires to serve the {
... renlel.aiaoo kinds nature's efforts to throw off
hare been in consultation with the leading CoBdeaaed Milk Kairl*.- IMto ALUAXCK. are
Chmplo........ ..75 to .... W. 7.Henle all that section. The imposing park of county any official position can thu
President romona
Holmes
Desaocrat* regarding a fusion of all Erwin ; from the blood. This result
... oaks lindens and poison maybe
do do Bell raad......... .ato. ,Secretary.Siaoo.WKLAKA. mighty graceful generous in the ot
elements against the Republican party. niehUnu Brand..amall lota......... J5to.... low spending beeches was a fit setting accomplished much more effectually, secure equal justice canvas
Well informed members of that party Monroe Braad>.maU Iota... ....... too to... ALL1AKCK.R. for the big bouse with its white columns their claims. The system must proM I

ear_ the approaching state convention at New York do Milk do Oo-a.Anglo8wiM,13os 12: Os. at......... 1M LIS to to ........ .J. Broad president, W.1aItaj.A. A. Mna- reared from basement to roof. The quaint as well as agreeably,through the proper to be popular, not only in securing-

Wichita will defeat any candidate who Canned Oooda-CalU.Apricots,2 Ib..2.29 to .... P'C".ae rcaar),WeUka.rxnxxAL. furniture asjd the rare crystal and princely excretory channels, by the use of
hAt ... .... ... good nominations bit it will prove ...
offered to combine with the Demo do Green Gafcea 1.28&0. ronrr. plate were spoken of near and far. Every Ayer's Sarsaparilla. ,
...
aa&a. Feachea-3 da tb.Tibia Kef Mnma.tlb Yellow...:::::: 2 I.Tito.. eto.... C. D. Pearson' president ; (;eo.. Wilkinson, floor, every willow seat and every table of Formidable ally in restoring harmony *

Yro.b4. cc tae ...._. do -2 la.Tatott Yellow......... 1J3U.... Jr, Secretary.SATSCIIA. this house was waxed. At the T._\ .f Grants in the Democratic ranks throughoutthe
... 1J5W1J5Canned
SAX DIEQO. Cal.. May 34.Ooetabl 40a1b.PI.riaa-Alaaka Salmon....... 1.45 to .... HIORTS ALXIAHCK. Every morning an fell army of these nimble floors kneed and NEW YORK, May 30. The fund for county.-
do Preah Columbia River B.U Cardell,President; O.A.Godtf7.1See'7o young negressea upon
OBeriander on Friday tried to arrest' a I Salmon....... ........ l.Mtol.M rubbed and polished until each board fairly the Grant monument has been com The item clipped from thee
kidnapping Kuckerel., ..._._ .... 1.00 to .... ? CITY ALUAHCK. shone and glistened with the amber the announcement
with
naa from Sonora charged American Sardiaet, PresidentF.T. Rutherford Secretary, Hugh pleted. That was Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains -

bit he ventured over the line f la ..... 4.00 to US rindlay. roe offia Crescent;City.R2YlIXOTOI wax. made amid the cheers of the multitudeat information well worth temem-
Little :Neck Clai&a.v.. 1M to .... The war same on. The army of negroes
ad was imprisoned himaeU. Saturday I Lotxten... -.. ........SJSto .... ALLIAXCK. was scattered from the old quarter. They the Memorial Day exercises this bering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city,.

niPtle iodooed the guard to removsth4 Canned;; do Yebles-No.No. 28aarCorn JTomatoen.......,: 80 M to to 85 1.10 W. H, pole, president, Huntington. ; J. J:. spread throughout: the state, and it was afternoon in front of the tomb of Gen. who met with an accident a feir* Uyw
shackles from his am so be could do o.IOkraaDdTolD&toeI.l.tOto.... Marshall secretary,Huntingdon.BAXAXA thought a rare fortune to get bold of one
writ a letter whea he knocked the do No. &rI'Owhal..1.10&o' 1.30 : 4LL .1fCL of Urs. cwell trained servants. Grant. The crowd was a very largeone. ago, spraining and bruising his leg anti

down and started for American do No.2 EarI.JuDe !>* .... 1 JSO to ... to cured
guard Baton Baked eaD.IJIO&o.... O. L. Wnitcomb president Metros; Mrs. One day one of these servants applied arm quite severely, was by one
oil. Be ran two miles sassed the do do Ko.KoJ SBoiton Brown rea41.1iOto .... Charles Baldwin secretary, Melroae. Mrs. B---of Richmond for a situation. CO tent bottle of Chamberlain's Palo.
boundary, bat was overhauled aad Coffee Green .>. JSto .20 COXO ALLIAXCK. U was Mehaly, a hoity-toity girl but not An attempt was made to wreck a

locked up. Me ch feeling prevails said do KoaaMdRlo......seed'M W JM H.J.Grim residentW.; O. Smith secretary. without her following ia tJUold quarter. train on the Orange Belt Railroad one Balm." This remedy is without aa

there aaay be bloodehed,m armed gangs .p VeretabtoaIriali* >e Irish Potatoea Fotatoes-per barrel foe .... 2.25 to 2J50Aptrfeajper Post-office,IJaks Camsasuza'a "Can you Cook?. asked Mrs. B- night last week Fence rails and crossties equal for sprains and braises, and j
of American and Mexicans are en tfe-- barrel.............2.15 to 2 JO MILL ALUAXCK "Cook No. 'm. Ole ;pd'"' cooks wa' should have in house-
watch a&JoWi... Cabbage do ........ ...... A. L.Barker president; C.B.Abeints, secretary Clnthy an Mlnerry an Luce aa Judy an were piled on the track in two different a pIece every
-.:..:.- Red Onion*do .... ........... 1.00 to JJ50 Poat-offloe,tocklooaa. Birch and Rachel aa Polly. between and San hold. For sale by Ackerman & Stewart -
Yellow OnkNu per barrel.....03.00 to 2.50Tosacco. places Cbipco
,.....,...______ P..p u .aM.xsw .OcAanrxa,:Krc.DukeClsarette "Can you do bouse work r" queried Mrs. I Antonio. Fortunately the obstructions druggists.

Yowr. MAJ M.-Three .+..... TIlE ELECTORAL: TOTE. B-> with interest.
.10.$3.65Senaation "No 'm, Can't do honsewnk. Dar wa' were discovered and lemoved before.
.hips leaded 1T! passengers at Britt Cut fur 2 os. 90 State 1888 1B9J I
Seal of North Carolina.i 2 M Alabama................... .... ....lo II finny aa Becky aa Sa Jane &D IJa&II RoM the train V/SLIi7 L. BALDWW.ATTORNEY .
Island ThTeee le were tfc.. BhaetU & e r.Champ Carter, Lacy Uinton, Arkanaaa........... ................ T I aa Dinah an .Salomy Nancy to d. de
aad the Aaraoia and testy =and all leading gradea at. eon- California........................... I t bousewnk."
Irota Barriborg tract JLpacico. Colorado............... ............. S AT LAWPALATKA -
Alaaka from rerpooL One of the Richmond Cheroota-per box........ 1.25 Connecticut...... ................. e "Well maybe yon could do laudrr-
Auraoia's steerage was snfferiag UM V Iac.11erooper box...... L23 Delaware....... ........ ............ a work!" FLORIDA.
passengers SOAr Cot ate'iOctacon..alnrl Florida............. .... ............ 4 4 "No 'm, don't know nnffin 'bout waahin
from smallpox and was transferred myS-tt
1o .. 4.00ColgaM .. .. II 13
to the poet hospital. Twentyooeof : >sOetatroa..nreboxloM..M XM Idaho.Georgia:::::::::::.:.:::::::::? ,.: 3 nor' ir'nin. Karliae an Matildy an Sooky

the total Dumber landed were debarred do do tea box lota..... XS5 Illinois........... ................... 22 24 aDd Henrietta aa Lydia did de waahin aadeirtdn.
Cupid American Family sad other braada at Indiana................... ........- 15 15 ." .
and will be returned by the re- inafket price*. Iowa........................ ......... 13 IS Mrs That Your Hair:
eels that brought them over. They Matchea>-lhr1ft&I: Courtney Blue Hen. Peer Kansas............ ........ ......... t 10 "Thea you caD nurse? persisted
were excluded. contract laborer and 1.. and Cat ana Moan at aaaanlactarera' cocky..13 13 B-. A-H retain
.. SM&l.ne. "Nebber neared In lIfe. Dar wa' may
flees.
to become char ... LooiI1aDa. '''''''''''''' '"'"" my
persons likely public yew York State Hand-ricked Pea .................. ........ S e Penelope aa [
*. 2.40 to 2.60fcarline .aryland............. ..,.... ........ I Judy an Seely an Pbeeny"an Its youthful color
All th. Le.ct.Bat?' .... ,per caae... a.a MaMachuaetta...... .. .... ..... ...... I. 15 Venus an old Bet to nuns
13 14 "What did do?" asked Mrs. BIn fullness and beauty
OZAKE. Mo, May 21-The preliminary Michigan Minnesota.:.:.:::: .::::: ::.:::::::: 7Misaiasippt dismay. you ,

trials of the Taaey Hay. Grain, Flour FnUl1Mp. Etc ................ .....*. ...* t ednwri dress It dally
county lynchen DocreotedWeekly by Vertreea A Co..old J..T. ) .................... ..........le 17 "Well, replied Mehaly, as a rare smile
were continued: until Tuesday week the Montana 3 broke over her dark countenance, **I mealy with
81 Eo W.JeJlOC.I! I Nebraska:::::::::::::::: ::::::.::::: a hunted ole miss'specs."-Harper's Batar.

8vt of this month. All the prisoners I !Nevada....... .... ........ .......... 3 3 up
were brought back, six being left at cy-8abj to market chancea..... New Hampshire.... ........ ........ 4 4 __ ____________ Ayer's Hair Vigetr
Ozark jail and four taken to the Springfield Corn Mixed per sack lie lba Iba.| 1.45tolJ !'.w.JeI'lM'1............ ........ ...... t JJewVork ,
OatWlalte.,per laCk > .. 1.8Cto2.00. II ,, ...........:................36 36 The Best ThUg TeU 1MTHE ,trrt.r,..
jail. The officers while in Tansy iroond Feed per laCk too 11. l AtolJMTeed orth.aroUaa............ ........- 11 "There," aaid the dentist with an air of It cleanses thescalpcures
county made another arrerft. The man's Pure Wheat Meal per Feed aacklMlba.per laCk.100 Iba.. LU 1.10 to to I 1.73 IS North D..kota........................ 3 satiafaetion as he laid aside his instalments BUSY Mww.r.(a..)r tra rw.r a,r.sins.w ,
name could not be learned. They now Proof Oata. bnh.. 15 to Ohio .'thatclidD'thnn much did it?" IMUX'S 1i41j"' r' humors*
tat ,
hare all the leaden of the mob except Hay, No. 1 Timothy per, par...ton:::::.; 10.Mto29.OSWoeat Oregon. .... ..::::::::::::::::.;.;.......... 30* 4HennsylranU "Don't, know," replied you the patient as be IT PLEASES EVERYBODY. and stimulates a

two, but many are yet at large who Bran per ton. ... 20.00 toU.oo Road Island. .... ...... 4 4 tried to get his jaw on its hinges again. "1didn't
were alders and abettors. trip and Meal perbb. 340 to 350 Booth Carolina... .... ...... ........ 2I.. PRau. VTlllard.-"Tb britat .
:Beat Patent Floor, per bbL. SJStoB: South Dakota.... ........ ............ 4 have a chance to find out. ewe outlook: window ia Christendom for bat9Mtewh new growth .
Cotton Seed MealKrirht, per, ton.. UM to, TeD.eeaee............ .... .... ........ 12 12 "Of course, of coarse' ," said the dentist wmt..M hMM sa._tatk.wwM.
The a pr**. C**.h Law la K.*t..hr.LOVISVILU. DottonBeed)Meal Dark per tna.<.. 20.00 to 21.00 T ... .. .11 ** complacently.:: was a quick piece ofrock. Providence esjramHA great boon of hair.
26. Galena So. 1 Unaeed Meal r.roar..*:.:.... ......::........ .4 4 to the busy,the lazy and the economical.
:. May Port Cement,per .. S.MtoX23Roeendate Virginia........ ............ ....?...: WWaahlngton 12 The r.J.tI.a.U.I..TbiaIDOGth1y Dr. J. C. Ayer sic Ce-
Brown has signed the separate coach Cement per bbl 2.eoto2J23Klaiter ... ... ., 4 "Quick nothing;" growled the patient baa no peer: .. originality of design acope and
Peril, per bU. 2.00to2JUm Wet Virginia::.:.:...:: .:::::::::: "Who's that driveling essence of idiocy in Accuracy of vision, tboroarhBea in executionMjtbHuytmaitinn Mass.
bill. The law provides that every passenger per .> 1.10 tc US WlscooMn. .. ............ ........ .... 11 12 the *" j imani II HtHi.iaTUM Lowell, ]
railway train shall be J>1uteren', JW iLit perlb.... .... ..... 44 to.05 Wyoming... .... .................... 3 next room *" Chicago Interior. "The&.tt.w./R.-
provided ....
Bet Liverpool aack' ..v.to&oIO = -- "The man who plays the cornet vinr$,of New York, ha* tome to the recti ol
with a separate coach for negroes. Itfoes Hortda Orange Box 6lde.,per box. Total. .. .... .. .. .. ............101 m "The man who tries to play the cornet. buy people. We know. of one kirk roatrm
niKhman'r Orange Box Heads V .06 to 6Uteat who for a month has worked until 11 ItfLSave
into effect ninety days after the [ Birch Hoop,per bdl.......... .50 to "Oh, he's a poor unfortunate""Unfortnnstel a.ficWJ clock at night, and yet haa kept well inforadof MOET SAVED IS MONEY
adjournment of the legislaUre. The He ought to be unfortu current world events He reads this Magazine 13 to 10 cent oa teary dollar yes *naV;
negroes of the state hare been strongly Candle Nuts.' Kte. nate. Fd like to get at him onceP It(trea htm a rm nainK oommeotaryonlmportam write for ear mammoth Catalog- IfHI IMS/-
the law bat its wiU do his best events betide a digest of tbe bat arudcs io lMtd.ta I1qWMtntSoa sad giriagBfactwvr 10___
,ppoeed to effect (Corrected Weekly by K. *: E.l. Smith.'Whole BE A MAN "Oh well, he tries to ,you contemporary' magazine" *' price, wilt maanfietr.rs'dIsm s
probably be to jtire thesa plenty of sale Candy) &. actvera,>"o.1 Lemon at.) know and aa he was in pretty hard luck 28c--S2.60 ef awry kind of good: sad aoppUae maeahet..d.
root in travel at times when the ... PERFECT MAN. whea be took the room I arranged to pay Price a Year. and hnpened lute tbe United tMS.
tick Candy.23-lb.boxe .M .toeloadwa7 APOLLO WAS A Alum tun amsoiarruuneE, lioaseboid Good*. Taraitare. Ootalag. lii Jssr'
whites are crowded. him a little something day
25-lb. boxes lie every
Misters, oo0ls......
rllfltT II rHMI-.UUUSlI. Will 5..4TrC..r TSEBEVIEWOFREVIEWB and Gcau Oothing cad rornuhhig
American Mixture 30-lb. buckets...........JOe ....... car rr..r.r..rS. "What for?" The patient seemed loath Good
w..Lr Hate. Oeay
V. 4r aver ell I.Lrr rrw.M Td Waiw Oood Dry
.................. .... .
..
LI..t.a'M .U..iactoa. s54 l'U"DOt1Qoa. rrenchMlstnr.,6-lb.boltes. 16eboooUte I .., .aanwwr..u.I..r to believe his ears.' aad ShoM. GUrrM. Motion. < ue.r.y
boxea..... .20.Marahmallow MAW Ma Se mole
Cream* 5-Jb. an......
la, May M.-Lien tenant *.aa- b. boxea.....:. i II i u&vieoaova u ill t iu.YOUNQMENOROLD. "Tooting that horn. By comparison itIwarfs eatioaryWauhea.Cle Arrtcurtaral ............. .. I makes Boxr>*, Pig lp .ate..lt.O.YLT
Betherington cud wife win' proceed L. B. Gum Dropa 6-1* boxes I the pain that give- one riKST CLAM GOODS. CataJogMoa .....
i car.Gum Drop 8-lb.boxell..I n'.. TOVOBS II" forget that there is such thing as physical eeata foe cprace. w*aiat
sierra,
from San Francisco to the Good, 100 pieces in box.. eot.z: =:
directly renny annl'I w ..wa, Y. suffering. Influence of mind over matter, only aU* saaaa/actaTara
...... ... C..Snaa ...i
.. .. 'I.ral s.- allowing the Mist the discount
borne of her people in Wilmington, CIIZWUQ GInL were,. rutted B.**I.v_&. w you know. When I have an extremely bad PATENTSCaveats tectarr fl... to th* wholesale bey* airs
Del. They will avoid Doboqoe, and IdamS Sappota Tola per box.;......90 u,TlUOI Al WIAKSia xiAiratk. --ad bsrr.4 case tell him that he'll have to wait dayor cnaraate aQ cooda ss represented' ; tf net >*..*.'.
TutUFruttlperbox9or I. rtxricv ., [ his It makes him blue n. mosey "{"lIDded. Good seat Lay erprantght eav
witt ntoa.MU. two for
M*. Beiheringtoa\i father neat II Red BAN per box........6fieCalifornU soul viiAUtr pay. ..tor
them in Chicago on &4lJ a,. He Fruit, per box........_............Weji 1M h'We a" 5e.sI Scum.We you know." ,with prmin oC xa Ads oW,
of practice by lat
bopeavtobear a coaCrmatkm of the iporitftat *'- >&ji mm Fruit,per box................. ."is oar eUlm rarladTe by yeah method a .nlforaa"KOXOrotTOrsvccxaslntrem ."What of that. ?" ,and TraAe-ltarka etrtaia.d.and all Pat UlQmacJ Stress, Ckles oa car..
Secretary ha aoignedtheUeotenant Biccert Yet, per box .-.t.CMyen. "Oh, when he's blue he makes noises eat buaioe. conducted for ..derate FHa. ..t :

U duty at Bethlehen, .. .Ukliee..,aU D1.w.s......weaa-aocI. Teitimoalala that would make one resigned if be were and Onr oOa is OPOeekt In U.leas S.Palest tine than Once those WE WILL PAYA
we caa
Pa, as a steal beano,. fixed Nets, per' J'OQD4..J.......:lie from StaIN and Terrltortea.HvklUyncaa. to be burned at the stake.. It's cheaper remote from terare Waaaiagtoa.patent
JWDlIta.l'aDe7.per pomad.................... Se WR NEW BI UK.iafori mt time. e ii and more effective than snanrthrtlca. Bead model drawing M photo.with ieaertpUea. salary el.. to ISO per week to GOOD,....
; .......I7eKncUah sot,free I.ser..at L Is twr7 0.517.iid sell Oarg m.taSo.
Almond pound ad-fee. pateaUWe or *
.. per: t<*MfMKOI !T3L? Chicago Tribune. If*
A B... 1 >fc U ArkPtxz i > srs'
pelts.-AsrSr
ry ...16erilLerta. Tatty till ia d. .a IlI rts.ds..at.sartfaen
t amat. per pound XMTOXXDM TS..wwks. charr*. Oar fee not due patent *ecar
....... .lie KILT. Tee.UM. .. ..... ... Obtain Patent ,"with ramB' was wax sraaav arnnisr.w .....
BLOT May 26. A bliss rob. .per pound. ......y... l a.tt8eetal A. St au A Pats. .."B t* *
tianL per pound............................lieBratilWalnota &RIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.N.Y Maaagtag a ITaabaod.flM .....0(act.a1 client in you Stale county er 4-rvr. Catalogs&particulars' suit* ......
Urj which haaprob. ry Wal results, per pound..._.........I2eM tows,seat free. Address* **a*.*******'*'"***' .L u a .

vas eom fitted in *TOM of cigar store C.A.SNOW&CO. UlQabq.I 51l,

in the center of Ibis city Dx. Frenin [Corrected weekly rr-ela by Duane_Broa u. Central slat Grove for Sale. 1 1a OpoesXO Meat Oflce WaaaiafUa.B.C.
was bftld four Orange "
p"by
wroWd ket.near Court ......)
MEN tangWotkingatlenreadk.
track him with a hug stick : /
whichoontala Beef-Sortbern(Beat Cut),pee lb....,.. to> ....
bimandrrabbea hispoekatbook. .......15 to .... 1 iTi1ATED ox THE rasnx: KOAD.TWO It. .
dMi small sum of money and Florida Beat CaU..I. to 12% and a mile from Putnamoutalaing Honae,
made their: escape.: Dr. Fretjin ill taJured ......_...IS toaD quarter of poet orange and nrdenland. THE SOWER HAS It helps them because it
be Veal..20 to .... About WO snags tree la grore. >bealdearrape .
sad it ia
thoofbt NO SECOND CHANC2. .
inUnuBy .
Pork.. .,02to 13 Tines par tw *, peach tree, three norietleo understands them. Send
willdi*. (Uosajce. .13 to .... of pleas two Ter-bearlnjr' mulberrie. 0w4 MM w f. Mk sae raw / tk* tf-U
Veniaoa.A to .... aid ether choice varietiea; 20 large bearing for free sample copy.
win '1'..| tb. A.t4.0w.M Law. Poultry.Dreaaed... ................. ... orange tree Large new boos* lBeoHLSr! FERRY'S
.
conaUTtcdon. Conveniently fenced & pod Ti Christian Union
NO'You:. May M..e !rw arid.swe&Qag Location nice and pleasant. A branch of bring New York

law, which alma to IIbotish STOP AND THINK rase pose the east part' ,with plenty of muck. SEEDS ..

J9 LVEBTPealelTi.75.O0 :
the tenement no 6
bones cveatios system, octf 1 "Y"
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r ha**-
.mbe oo&lost d b db.aotbiag Mana. FOB SALE! He-There taut enough on tbis break- Ik Irgsr 84lf:1.l.S:T. .. Ft... \ .

JM&men'1nioa ot this tits.. tIIef TO S250.00 fad table to feed a massy bisd. Ferry's 'for 189: ., ...,__.
declare mire: ECCLCSFTTtRIGnT OF "MILLEBS fiLe I bow It dear bat there aie ua,awrYl.las.,,. (
that u.. till diseximloMes my .
whit ....... )151..4W5.m tIM LW Mrtdr
1 BC8INES9 ARITHMETIC, for the State I from *Ca the SMJ f7'-Sat frM far tin .r. .... a .., .... _.....
against xoerohaaU of this stab, cT Florida r"y which any energetic Gent eau A. MONTH can be made worxtoc for ns. Per several thtegs wao you to order aakiaf. Doa'lawrSMdflillyoagttk.JdJZRRYaCOnI .. ..,M.. 1 w..4 s.f..I..r r w.rr.0-V..a.estsn. "
goals Tn&nTTTiEtrii 1 in other .... ti oaks Tea Thousand Per Cent. OB their l-an.t. out*prrfenrJ who can furnish a bone and gin It* market,aDd I know you'll orges, aX ) & ;. aclrww.il r.s: ,. .. .,., "
thetnanner' pxohfbttod wwsa notes D/n.afl rent; and I.a*the author of Mid work, will their whole time to the bu ine.. Spare A mo-f.w nteeU it nn aesfou leave....Mue.u. ......,. FMT* 7411)125 aT MAIL. COll11DefTIM.

lower rates. boulder two-third of the nwpoualbOiiy. menta er.: be profitably employed alao. ... _. .. : r4 rt' : =: : w w ......
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will bring 14 this pod 600 tons of

PALATKA. FIJL, JUNE s,1392. freight. Then if 000 tons cost 11,600 "
SHE ENTERED OUR PORT WEDNESDAY for transportation then one ton would -

All wvertWnr bills become <
fry month. Bpedrl.id abort Ua payable hundred pounds. Of course there are
1.. advance.
All emltUnce)uldbe made br.xprcw, other proper charges to be added, 1JACKSONVILZaE

_.r wder or rerlt Td letter. Hindrods O_ CitlacBS Tislt Her-Tfce which would bring the cost higher '
MeKEXZIK A BCRTZ hbltaJ.en, .
Captain Iat.rvlewed-G..d Prospect thin this; but these facts are stated to ,
BOX 8 ftLATKa. FfcOHIDA.iy .
That the etamor |Win .. a give a relative idea."

"Would the rate of charges here be 'f
Official Organ of the County. and 'Regular. Visitor..- t* TkU :greater than at Jacksonville?" Grandest Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century !II

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City-A Heavy Cart. .
./ the farmcri'Mliance. "Yes, under present conditions they ;

would but only the additional cost of :; :_VIZ-
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Democratic oBveUs time. I see no good reason why the I

.. The National Democratic Convention Since the announcement that the could not be secured if our
same rates obtain Summer Fertilizer "AT
June 21st. I The knowledge that you can a
meets in Cbicagp steamer St. Augustine was en route to vessel was free to accept a return cargo
Congressional Convention First DisSrict HOME" with Analysis that is Genuine made by a Company
: Palates from New York, our people here; but at present we are chute an ,

,meets in Mariatma August 17. have felt an anxiety and business enthusiasm for return trips to load either at Jacksonville whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods. .

Congressional Convention, Second Fernandina. This charter
that revived the memory of or Potashes Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Materialon
Wednesday Stock of
District, meets.in Gainesville will soon expire, however, and in the Large ,
3. the busy scenes of the early eighties. Brands Old and Trees that
August meantime preparation can go on here I hand. We make Special for Young

The National Republican Conven- Business men met each other on the for the receipt and dispatch of ocean have been tested throughout the State. .
June 7. sidewalks and spoke in hopeful termsof
.lion: meets in Minneapolis going freights. It requires some time .

the new enterprise. and wise management to secure and SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

The People rate) Palatka, notwithstanding her great control the current of trade and c6m

natural advantages and splendid facili- merce. Little Bros' Fertilizer and Phosphate Company
Governor Mitchell! ties for the distribution ef freight, has ,
"This point I understand, is an Im- .
A. always been handicapped for the want FLORIDA.THE .
BsTTTKB TIMB8 AHEAD,* portant center, naturally,for a large era JACKSONVILLE
of low freight rates by which she could
Notwithstanding the general Impression of freight-producing country, and Its
that immense
in her warehouses
place
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says the Savannah ISfews, that quantity of general merchandise: needed accumulation at this point depends LADIES' AID SOCIETY THE PEOPLE ON TOP. FAREWELL ADDRESS
largely that spirit the people
upon may R .. J. H. J.hBit... S.v. O..BYI t.
there is great depression In business by a large section of country whose manifest toward the citizens of the outlaying KB joy a Delightful Day at Br nna'.Lal.dlac FaUtka.At .

, the South, the commercial agencies report commercial necessities naturally sough district. The Ladies' Aid Society of St. James MITCHELL THECHOICEOFTHECON- I the Presbyterian Church last Sun-

that business throughout the a supply at,this point. "I hear some complaints of the railway Methodist Church of this city met at I I VENTION AT TAMPA. :day evening a union service was held

*oothttin a surprisingly satisfactory Various efforts! have beer made by lines. This is to be lamented. the Parsonage on Tuesday morning, I to hear the parting words of Rev. J.

.,condition. The last eighteen months our people to secure this end, but none This people need the co-operation of bent on a day of pleasure at Brown's A special to the Times-Union from H. Johnstone recent pastor of the 1

have been very trying ones to the peo- of them have ever proved a success. the railway lues. They need them to Landing. A large carriage, one omni- Tampa says: BaptUL Church in this city. .....

2>leof nearly the whole country especially But there exists did many exist encouragements then. The bring in from the interior sections the bus and two wagons carrying a party of "Syd L Carter, on behalf of Alachua The Methodists and Baptists Joined
that not
to the people of the Cotton now product of the country, and to distribute twenty ladies, five gentlemen and ten county took the platform and in an eloquent with the Presbyterians to do honor to I

States,who have suffered not only from country has been greatly improved increased; the freight reaching this point in or twelve children, with drivers and a speech nominated Hon. HenryL. his last presence. '

the stringency .in the money market population hat steadily bulk from other centers. There must few servants. In one of the wagonswas Mitchell, of Hillsborough. In his The seating capacity of the church,
of
while the volume
growing out of the financial disaster our out-going be perfect harmony between the busi- placed a number of baskets containing speech he said that the speech of crimination though the largest in the city, was

which overtook the Baring Bros. in freight has grown to be something won ness people here and the railroad com- the table supplies[ and a kettle" and re-crimination should be hardly sufficient to accommodate the

1890,but also from the extremely low derful. Numerous have Mills increased have been in panies."If for coffee and tea making. At 8:30a. I buried by all those In this Democratic large congregation as a great man/

price of cotton their great product. built; orange groves a Urge accumulation of freightcan m. the vehicles started, driving by household believing in everything for were furnished camp chairs in the j
lines have
From the latter source alone their acreage; railway brought be secured here, freight rates for Vertrees' livery stable, the gas factory the cause and nothing for the man." aisles and vestibule. j

losses have amounted to more than into neighborhood relation tuacceast-wide its distributicn can be made that will, thence along River street by the Wild cheers went up for Judge Mr. Jubnstone, after announcing his
stretches of hitherto
1100,000,000. country be entirely.satisfactory. I am satisfiedof mill and lumoer yard of the Tilghman- Mitchell, at the conclusion of Me. Car I text prefaced his sermon in a very
ble and abuadaut exists why Pa '
But in spite of their misfortunes reason that. Wilson Co.; up the hill by the City; I ter's lengthy speech, and he received feeling manner recounting the many
laths should have and sustain a steamship -
they have not lost their conrage. Theyare I "Upon all these points I am talking Water Works along: and crossing the the nomination by acclamation.Up kindnesses he had received at the
determined to make the line. Not only is there a reason at random but facts that line of the J. T. & K. W. Railroad;
just as they.are seem to the hour of going to press ware hands of everybody, from the most
for it but it has into
a necessity
present season a successful one u if grown to present themselves:to me,after being then up hill again on the Heights and unable to learn of any other nominations exalted to the most humble citizen.
that must be met-and Griffin i la
the results of last season's work had Mayor informed as to the geographical surroundings on we rode to our destination which] than that of Governor, Hia heart was full.of gratitude and love
be for the
been all they could reasonably have to complimented splendid of Palatka. ,I have been at was soon reacheJ.rriving' at the He remembered the
TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. to this people.
effort he has made to make visible tour
hoped for. Indeed there are reasons sea many years, but this is my first place a threatening cloud spread over in
the of this enter GEORGIA SOUTHERN FLA. R. R ) first day of his arrival-a stranger a
people importance coastwise vovage. I have been going of AND
shower nun
of cotton
for that the low price the picfcnickers, a light
saying prise. I for years to distant port, and I know (SUWAXKE RIVER Ron), strange land sick, weary almost dig
last season and the season before has fell, which was soon over, and everything :MAGON GA. June 1 1m. welcomed at
COMING 1KTO TORT. but little ot what is going on in the in couraged; but he was
taught them a lesson that will be of thgreatest At 5 o'clock Wednesday evening on terior of any country." was as pleasant aa a morning in On account of the action of Florida once, and made to feel that the new
benefit to them. It has taugh The Captain is an eatertaining talker. May could be.
Railroads in refusing to sell tickets all brothers and sisters in
startled the low baa facts were
people by
was o'clock
and made many friends during his shor At 11 by previous arrangement
for them to
how is
them neceBut'11t sound of steam whistle, the broken vibrations I- stay here, of Judge Vertrees who always over our line because we declined to Christand the right hand of fellowship

diversify their crops so that they will of which wafted over the C! ya i loots out to make his friends happy, u a increase our rates in accordance with was extended and gratefully grasped.

-Ife-rtfa measure Independent. In future strange medley of unnatural sounds Tax Deeds.By lot of newly caught fish was spread/of their views, you are respectfully notified I He found health in this genial atmosphere -
a recent decision of the Supreme which
of was soon
the the scene action I
when their cotton crops tail, or Everyone seemed to understand that it Court of Florida, the Clerk of the Circuit I prepared for the frying pan; the fish that by purchasing a local ticket and warm, lender friends whenever -

price of cotton falls so low that their was the whistle of the steamer. Soon Court is authorized to issue tax from the pan previously prepared to Palatka Hampton or Lake City, he turned. He assured his listeners -

cotton .crops are not profitable, they chicken from Palatka cakes I from in Florida will wherever he be be
crowds were hurrying to the wharf. deeds upon also certificates held in this pies I any point you that might
still be able to live without subjecting fruits and such a variety of other '
will As her black hull swept through the county. secure a through ticket from either ot could never forget Palatka and the
themselves to serious priva good things, were spread before the those Junction to :' ,
points any; preached
draw at the bridge the portly form of all of ,' 'tasures he had enjoyed while living
tions. Had More at Home company, that we will fail to tell via Macon including all East : '

There is no doubt that the lesson Joe Manncy was seen. He had been Captain T. C. Butler related to u a It. The table being all nicely arranged ejn, Western and Northern points at i a Ili nl, _.__, 'e
that have been learned during the sent from here to Jacksonville to pilo ; by skillful hands, a blessing from Divine total cost to you not to exceed the The aetraon'. was Ji&Lete4 to. with
bard times will be helpful to the few days ago a rather amusing hidden Providence was invoked. Eating
people the vessel through. lowest through rate of like class. great Interest and marked attention
of the South. They are not discouraged which happened at his shingle' mill In then commenced and ill were satisfied: quoted by any line from the point from
by any means. On the contrary The steamer was moored alongside the Cove; recently. partook of the dinner in an appetizing which you 'tart This applies to both throughout. In'itatloL
look future with) old Florida Southern' force all much still At the close an was extended -
they toward the the ) depot, a The Captain has employed as firemanat manner and after re one way and round trip tickets.In .
confidence1 believing they are bette of men was secured,. and the work of mained. purchasing local tickets to any oi to any who wished [to come
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condition: than at any previous time. was the victim. arrived at the eleventh boar but )Ir. take a receipt from agent at starting bye. A great many availed themselvesof

which was continued all night jester It seems that the negro, while sera T. is good on the eating subject at the point, for fare paid, which should be the opportunity and none but nui

Dispatches received at :Marseilles day hut night, ,and was completed ping shavings from around the veneering : eleventh or twelfth hour as the case handed to our agent, so that be can venal regret was felt at losing the

from Mauritius confirm the statement to-day. machine some his shirt maT bft; and don't you forget it.After arrive at proper through rate to charge. companionship and services of so good
in way got Mr. E. E.
The: vessel is in charge of Captain dinner the talented For information as 'o rates, routes, and faithful a minister. *
that 1,200 persons were killed and 4,000 entangled wjth the pulley shaft, and. TlasLcll entertained the company in through schedules and sleeping car: Mr. Johnstone and family' left on

Injured in the recent hurricane. The Alex. C. Ray, a cousin Warren Ray before he was aware, found himself be his unsurpassable way with some accommodations, apply to undersigned Wednesday night for, Boston where

hurricane was preceded by a violets of New York who baa managed and log drawn slowly but surely into eter choice amused, with which all here JAMES )MENZIES A. C. KNAPP they will remain during the summer.
controlled for a large flee much : singing came next, :
-magnetic disturbance. Scarcely house many yean nity. With one mighty yell he attracted General Agent. Traffic Manager
followed by talking and laughing by Don't forget that "The iDeestrickStool"
in the colony escaped damage. Many of ocean-going vessels. the attention of Captain Butler just the older ones, and running and playingby Palatka, Fla. Macon, Ga. iI i session
TistES visited the I will be in at Fry's Opera
churches and public buildings were A representative overhead. The Captain obeerved,, the children. The day now being ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN. i
School
, destroyed. steamer, and is under many obligation however through the belt-hole in the far spent a motion was maJe to move House-Monday evening next
to the genial Captain for courtesies ex toward the city, which was reached I Under the head of announcements in begins at 8 o'clock.. The price of admission
what the victim had not noticed
President Harrison and his party including tended and for valuable information floor without an accident to any one, and I this week's TIMES will be found the' III only 50 cents for the best
-that the shirt had given way, and,realizing with remarks "this has been a pleasant I seat in the house. Children, 25 c nts.IN .
of Henry Hutchinson of Crescent
Gen. Schofield Secretary Noble given. name ,
that was now no danger,decidedto day. M. E. I
Henderson said "the of City, a gentleman who is so thoroughly
and Representatives "Captain, we name await results. More and more the *CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL -

Hooker and Blount, arrived in Wash your steamer indicates thai one 01 shaft and shirt became entangledlouder Punam's delegation figured prominently known ihroughout the County that com CIRCUIT FLORIDA,

ington Tuesday morning on a special! Florida's cities has been honored in In the State Convention. : ment is unnecessary. Mr. Hutchinson .
and louder grew the cries of the PUTNAM COUNTY.C.
train of the Pennsylvania road. They the selection of the name she bears offers his name as Clerk of the Circuit
until the surrounding
frightened darkey There is n8 periodical now publishedthat
enjoyed their visit to Rochester very Can yon give me any information as to forest echoed, in blood curdling is really so valuable in the sum Court, subject to the action of the H.vs.GUchrist )} Attachment.T Plaintiff. .

tanch. her history mimicry; and so the fun continued until Democratic voters in the coming primary E. Jackson. J Defendant.

"Yes; she was built by the St. Augustine every stitch of that shin, with the mer months as "The Review of Re. ,and, should he receiye the north The defendant,F. E. Jackson,and an persons

The Minneapolis Tribute has taken a Steamship Company expressly exception of the wristbands and collar views." This is the time of the year nation and election, we are confidentMr. Interested plead to the are
postal card vote of the delegates to the had been twisted around the shift, antithere when people may be pardoned if they Hutchinson will perform the duties be fil d therein),on or fceto.* the FIRST MONDAY -
tor the trade of that city. Her outgoing Hood the old man, clothed in his cur iil their reading; yet they do not devolved upon him with the same efficiency or SJrrTKMBKR. 1 a; and they are
National Convention as to their preferences hereby notified of the irsttation of this suit by
cargo was intended to be sup- purity. quJte like to cnt themselves off from that he has manipulated the af- and that tbe pioperty of said de-
for President. Up to Tuesday plied by the great. English Mill that at Suddenly, as if speaking to a thing of some knowledge of what is going on In fairs of the many past positions of trustto :=been aturhed to satisfy the claim

night 282 replies had been received, that time was putting out large quantities life, the darkey leaped out and shook the world. "The Review of Reviews" which he has been elected. of the plaintiff in this eane.e.GtLCTra19T..

divided as follows: Harrison 180; his fist at the shaft exclaiming: is an illustrated news periodical which GtLLU A Gll..M,Plaintiff's Attorney.
Elaine, 38; noncommittal, M, and 10 of lumber at St. Augustine. But, "Yo thinks I aint got no mo' shirts is so entertaining that its perusal is a John W. Davis (a first-class Demo- .J1lM" lei .p igi..

unfortunately, just as the vessel was at home but 1'se got plenty on 'em." pleasure and so comprehensive that it cratic name), one of those solid North I

Mattering. being completed the mills were burned. answers as a substitute for pretty much Carolina Democrats who never knows
The vessel has been however In the selection of candidates for office everything else.AndersoarlUe's. UNDERTAKINGAim
The frontispiece of the "Review going, each individual but one party, at the earnest solicitation
in the coming primary -
,
]tent WI" for June is the most inter- to St. Augustine, and has had a fair Kxerelses. of his many friends, has been induced
should before
of this -
.Besting picture of Mr. Blaine that has business In carrying freight for that voter county ballot MAcs, GA., May 30.-About 7,000 to enter the race for the nomination -
he casts that powerful use
been published in a long while. It is city and other East Coast town. But the people attended the Memorial Day exerciser of Sheriff, and asks the support of

from his very latest photograph made for return cargo we have had to load excessive discretion of capabilityof at Andersonville to-day. Immense Putnam's Democratic citizens. Mr. Davis EMBALMING !
each and candidate in the field.
Jy a distinguished German diplomatist elsewhere. every quantities of flowers were received came to this county ten years ago

at Washington, who happens to be an 'What is the prospect of your vessel [[t is quite evident that for the coming from every State In the Union, and settled at Crescent City, where he A FULL LIKE! METALIC, CLOTH
,. term the will be transferred into from all has since resided lIe is a very
to Palatka county and people were present parts
:ardent amateur photographer. It reps coming regularly alas and and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON
siastic Allianceman fnthn-I
Hon. J. Temple
United States.
of the
the Democratic
we
..Te enU Mr. Blaine sitting on his porch "Why I think the prospect is geod. party, consequently Graves was the orator of the day, but preciate any support given him HAND.

west Bar Harbor, and WtlS secured last 1[ am favorably impressed with this offer this advice. We want men of owing to a break down Oil the road oroe ._ i Mail and telegraph orders)promptly

fan. In connection with a very readable x>int The people have treated me shrewd and active business capacity, as was unable to make connection He attended to.

-, article entitled "A Glance at Mr. royally,and I find every one anxiousto well as judgement, who will pilot the was met this evening on the road and IN[ CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JU-

Xlaine's Commercial Policy" there is secure the service of an ocean-going old ship of Democracy with a credit to delivered a brief address. He broached DICIAL CIRCUIT, FLORIDA IN B. L. LILIENTHAL.

-vlao a fine, spirited drawing of Mr. steamer; in fact, it appears that this the party and a benefit to those who new which Is so'.ntion that the of government the race problem set aside, I AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY ryXIgbi call at B. S. MOONEYES,
of Putnam Unose.
fe26-ly
Blaine by the artist Garibayedoff be- point is ready to take on new lift, placed them at the helm. The powerof sufficient land for an entire State to be I Ix 1I.AsCEKr. rear

xiidea excellent halftone portraits of ,commercially,and if a wise and liberal a pilot is great The ship may betrrecked inhabited and governed by negroes Charles FnaeU.-J;: ) Compla taat. Notice to Debtors and Creditor

'Mr. John W. Foster and Mr. WilliamX. 'spirit is manifested by the businessmen or guided through with safety only. I
Curtis, both of the Department of his discretion direct while the | Fanny lIFnu ci Defendant mHE UXDERSIGXXD RATHrO BEEN
and both identified here, I think an era of commercial as may Stubborn Facts." BILL TOR DIVORCE. JL duly appointed and ooallfleda the bee
tat.e1. peculiarly of tb* last wt3 aDd testament of Jacobtoenberg
crew after placing their confidence \a'
"with Mr. Elaine's South American and development awaits this city." One of our merchants received by To TauT L. nuvcu: ,deceased notice to hereby rlvca to
reciprocity policies. This article onAir. "About what amount of populations with him, are helplessly at his mercy. the steamer St. Augustine twenty-five It tt-earfrr by the aftldarll of the Complala- creditors to pnnent their elates aca/Mt said
***-oa.laity L. estate to BM witala tb*tlm bed bylaw.
abort pone
the
' Blainc's policy is attributed to "a needed to give sufficient patronageto The candidates whom you are to nominate boxes of glass weighing 1819 pounds.The at franco; a !to a a resident et Putnam,t.eunty. !'iota'a. or they will be barred and all persona indebtedo
of the Pan-American idea tW been abeest there tom tar more said estate will m a payment in no*.
:supporter win act will guide
they <
as pilots
vessel lite in order to retainer ; S4.73. The K. J. BROAD.
would bear of a yours freight charges were Lau #x: nootba w or:o.he atJDC'CItbe Con.'aloane's i
and it to the
seem some the affairs of this county and it is tobe n+u. aid a-s Ml'l ab.ea& from amid > :eea1Or.W.UJU. .
marks of William E. Curtis' facile pen. service? Clyde line the same freight would have fet U t rid: lortber. that you are ore the agof ..FlA., May 13th.. 1882. aylS
It is a well-informed straight-forward "Well now you strike me hard. This hoped that none but competent pi- been S8.5S-S4.83-a gain of S3.SO. tae.ty-oo.ya r.: command

:statement, not entering into elaborate A l a matter that I have never given Iota will be given charge that they Sow ear,and Uler p'P'.d..o."ancvrr th'a Is or to demur to the 10-.10 Cdm1 -
Details. But may at the expiration of time, surrender A number of our citizens will attend aM WUa.'s 1f.1I of Comp''at'n aid eaona, filedMUM1AT THE OSCEOLAIs
much thought. you can form an McMeekin to- be'CII1I t.o J'UtST IN jui.YNIt
OD or
idea when I tell that the affairs to their successors inas he Alliance picnic at .or La ctefau"the T of a duree pro Wafes ora1beertetn'r
Teter Jackson, the colored pugilist, Approximate yon morrow. 1'bI j yon.IttorarUterccUeredUutaeopyof. I
Jim Slavln in U.n rounds in he owners' of this vessel regard her excellent shape as they will receive this order ?-IRJS9 FAMILY HOTEL SIr
whipped administration be robHstied In U>. Pa -Ua Weekly Time, a
':"London: ,Eng., Monday. It was a com- ervice worth $1CO per day which them, despite a Republican Mr.J. P. Appleby of Fruitland,was weeUy rcwpe per prytohedi a Palatka. .Florida I CATEDbn**ditelybitBbarta! cu dtJ.

, -plete knockout. Slavin was the favorite would place her freight charges at for the past four years. in the city to-day. He reports the heaviest oarea>tr wtk M n-:or band for and CODMC.the teal:* weeks.W ot laid Covrtttii Special rates to regular boarder, ud satisfaction

la the betting at all sorts of odds, about $1,000 each Toy sge. You caD Filched was nominated for Governor, rain of the season on Thursday inhis tassn 2ddayof) J ace. ,A.D.FRANK IMS.. WRIGHT I In every particular guaranteed.my .

3vayy amounts being up at 5 to. 2. make a little caIcu1IrUOI1'and 'ueena1D by the State Convention yesterday : section. 'Je3-4" Clerk Circuit Court S.L. WALL,Proprietor.AL.Tf .



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I MADE H APE l ANOTHER BANK FRAUD.W. ABBREVIATED NEWS MATTER
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BLOIINTAFNA1S.cgs users AWFUL ACUIDENT.I G .. .... .,. REIGN OF TERROR .
M.A. Karl K!..des HU f. Die d'.1' York. YletlsalsoOXorth Caught r. aad Celled -rr.m' the)laical

froM Maa jr Wo.". CarotlalaiM.RALXIQH Work of ,...,Wire. .."f.

W OO.TeL.June?.-News has reached June 2.-There is a legation Carrollton Ma, baa been visited by a J

'the House Not to Orcr- this city of an atrocious: crime committed Silver Mine Fire In Bohemia at the mountain town of Marion, Taner County Missouri in a terrific rain and tall storm. .

with a sad ending. The last legislature Secretary Foster deniM that President,.
by M. A. Earl Lee Smith, very
Bide Its Rules. upon Near Perzibram. State of Outlawry. Harrison is a mouometallist.Mrs. j
chartered the Marion Bankingand
a 13-year-old girl who lives on William'sCreek Charles Block's body turned w j !

eighteen miles east of Waco. Industrial company. One W. H. stone In the grave at MoOtezuma, Ia.,1

Free Delivery Offices Were Earl; was captured Saturday night Twelve Dead Bodies Hare Already Roberta of New York, came along and The Bald Knob Horrors Are The caw of H. Clay Kin 7, the Vrtnphla. j i

the Subject of Discussion. and taken to Kellnm's house to be Been Found. took charge The home people who had Being: Recalled. court murderer, .. before the Ten .>se supreme :-; i

guarded until morning. All the guardsfell lent their names saw the fraud and I Klngman A Ctx's packing house at -

asleep except Sherman D* racy. *dropped out. Roberts need stationer : Kansas City, Is on fire The plant is valuy d 1
Nine Men Trial
General Eppa Hunter of Virginia. The prisoner made a break for liberty, There Are Many More Dead as the already printed and victimized many on and the Trial Is at 11.00W ,")1Frand

Took the Oath of Office to. and the guard fired four shots from a Escape Was Cut Off bo That Expected to Reveal Some Charer, member of the Santa '
six-shooter in rapid succession. Before persons in various parta of the country. Fe city council, was assassinated by us* ,
Fill Barbour'"Vacant Chair None Escaped from the Startling Facts-Myste- known
he had ceased firing Kellum awoke and He was searched for, hut is in New persons.Jim
rice to Be Henry killed his friend John.hlppv
Solved ;
in the Sonate. fired three more shots. The fugitiveescaped Burning Timbers. York. A few days afterwards his wife, while out hunting together. They lived

W IIL"OTOIf.( Jane 2.-The creden through the darkness of night. FBAGCE. June !.-An appalling accident who had for a time lived in handsome OZART 3Io.. June 1.-Sheriff Cook ofTsney I near Denison, Tex. ", -4
Next morning learch'disclosed a line of '
Ws has occurred at the famous Berks- style at Marion, returned there John J. county, and Sheriff Gibson of I Engineer Isabel WM killed and ten pvMngers
of General Eppa Hunter, recently blood on the ground and on the corn injured by a wreck on the Santa,

appointed by the governor of Virginia stalks along which he passed while running berg silver mine, near Perzibram, in Sterns, who ostensibly the secretaryof Christian county, assisted by six guards, Fe, near Lemont>> Ills .

through the field. Bohemia. the so-called banking company beingwi have left Ozark with the nine Taney Senator Stockbridge, of Michigan,' will

ucceed Senator Barbonr. were pre- Three pooh of clotted blood were The timbers used in supporting the h her. She is a lady of refinementand county lynchers, for their trials at For. : take a party of hu colleagues to Muiaoapolia -'
tented by Mr. Daniel When they were I found in the field. From this point he : in Alger'a interest. "
evidently crawled IOme'lixtyyards and roof of the mine and for ether pnf'1)08Ncaught education and of a wealthy family svth. Friend who turned state's evidence Kansas City court of appeals decidal'that

laid the presiding officer Mr.: Slander laid down, as every sign showed wherehe fire and the flames spread from and married Roberts eighteen months went down with the attorneys I the holder of an accident policy must

aQQ invited Mr. Hunter to advance and had dragged his wounded body along. one part of the workings to another nntil ago. For several months he has been for the state The trials will beery keep out of known danger. '

Ukt: the oath.Thereupon. I At this point were found another poolof in and will reveal of W. H. Irvine the Lincoln murderer, .
New exciting
York engaged likely
the whole of the mine was a mass of ostensibly at some takes little \
blood but he evidently stopped the very nourishment and MIl
Dr. Daniel and its new flow of blood here and got up and walked fire. The escape of the men working in banker, while she remained with her the Taney county mystery that happened friends fear that be will dIe. -

colleague came forward and the oath be parents ia Savannah Ga. She knew during the Bald Knob reign in A close friend of BUioe's that the
away, u no further signs could the mine was cut off and though it is nothing of the troubles at Marion when Taney says
CIl office was administered by the found. withdrawal letter was writtea at the d*
pre- not known how many were killed, it k she arrived and has no knowledge of county during the years of 1887 and 1888. maud of President Harrison .
aiding Mr. Hunter. It is believed he k tae bands of his -
offieerjto known that the her husband's business. She had had Springfield special The
relatives who bae spirited him out of list of the dead will be says : preliminary A Belfast paper publishes the plan 'cf
Subsequently, Mr. Hunter was appointed her rooms there furnished in costly Ulster's
the country. The search has continued large examination of the men arrested wac should a home-rule parkament

to the committee on'claims in unabated, but so far he has not been re- After a long strnrgle the fire was extinguished style The creditors made attachments here recently for participation in be establish at DaUin.
place of Mr. Faulkner excused and captured. Earl k married about and a run. The mat Tiramons will case at Firming
a man volunteers went down were served against the furnitureand the Tany county lynching has begun at ham Ala vdll a
)(,. Faulkner was appointed to thecommittee 20 years old, and his wife k a most remarkable into the mine to rescue any one who when she called for the articles Forsyth. A prominent mm of the vicinity by suits to J+over 500 ocetanpaot4.1C:

in of beauty. might have lived through the fire. Th, her her mother and found that eydtV ,
on immigration place given by of the disturbed section writir Ia a near Mexico Mo., oa Satur "
Mr. Daniel, excused. galleries, etc., were found to be obstructed she could not move them her grief was from his home to friends in this city, day, mach jjkmif* was done to property. ts
FLETCHER ON THE FENCE. with charred timber, and She has lost Mr. and Mrs. Beaton wen wounded. '
distressing' now entirely ,
Ia the house Langham of Texas at paints the situation in Taney county
much difficulty was found in making
her restless and she is Nine soldiers under
the request of Mr. Grain of Texas, of. He Futon lIanl_.. bat I* Afraid of pregress in any direction from the mind a imagines even in darker colors than have yetbeen den made heavy marching op i
going to be arrested and tried. The sad drawn. an eighteen-mile run oa Ucycfeo-
Und the following which the chair the Hfalae B...... shaft. news was telegraphed her parents and in one hour and twenty-five minvittfC 1,
He declares that the reign of outlawry
rated in order
) WASHINGTON June In of The rescuing party found no trace of have arrived. Stevens arrested L. Hamilton Is a fugitive from Mount '
, 2.- speaking they was is such that no one is willing to
"The appropriation of $10.450,000 for hfe, but they discovered twelve bodies but made his the officers pay Sterling, ills, charged with criminal asault .. "h
tree delivery shall be disbursed in lucha'maDDer the presidential possibilities, ex-Gov which were sent to the surface. Th escape from taxes at Forsyth at present. In the on his graaddaughUr. U yean old.
and to to South Carolina.He .
that additional free delivery Fletcher of who knows attempted get whole county, write t%>* gentleman,
ernor Missouri volunteers are still at work in the was caught a few miles from Ma The king aDd qaeon of Denmark, acrl
the of continues.
At this
reign terror
offices shall be established in any con. the well. mine. Princess of Wales took lunch wHj the
leading Republican politicians
rion. The him
charge against was embezzlement .
areaional district created by virtue of A dispatch just received from Perzi time usually the busiest in all the farming czar on board the.imperial yacht Polar
the congressional appointment act in said: "I am not taking any particular bram states that the fire broke out last but he proved he had sent year not a man can be found in the Star.E. .

which then may be established one or interest in the presidential nominationthis night. At the time 600 men were working the money he collected to Roberts at fields in any part of the unhappy coun S. Rosenberg, Birmingham Ala,

snore free delivery offices nor shall free year. I wa a member of the convention in the mine. All but forty succeeded New York. He is Roberta's cat's paw ty. What little farm work is being planned three murders, missed his Jin*

delivery faeUties be increased in said that nominated Lincoln at Baltimore in making their Fourteen bodies and dupe. As soon as released Stevens done is by women and children. No I I man and gave himself up. Business
escape. fled and when there trouble.
again were some
office until congressional district and have been pretty active in improvements are in progress.
have been
recovered. other
In which every be Republican politics since, but I do not Many later developments and fresh warrantswere man in the county is either I Nettie Waltben, a servant In the emploJ
they may a place possessing seriously icjared have been brought to
issued could not be found. hiding of, W. Throckmorton of Wichita, Lilted
he
the necessary qualifications shall hare care much about it this year. But the surface. the brush or has left the county I herself while caused

beau supplied with at least one delivery when I see the workers and planners of The work of rescue, suspended during to avoid arrest. Some of the men I cyclone. crazy by fear of a
BASE BALL RECORD.
the who the campaigns fugitives. Others know the criminating .
office. party-the men run are
the the The executive
night owing to suffocating gases I committee of the People'sparty
Mr. Blount, Democrat of Georgia, besought and elect presidents-fighting with which the mine k filled,was resumed The following are the games playedby facts, and if they testified their of North Carolina has issued aa address -
the house not to override its I Harrison and out openly for Blame; it at an early hour this morning.AT the Southern and National Leagues. lives would be in danger. which arraigns and denounces bulk

rules by any such legislation as was seems to me that they must know what I old parties.Walter .

contemplated by the amendment. He they are doing, and I do not see how SYRACUSE. Bovtberm L agno. THE VILLAGE TERRORIZED.Several Hamilton and Cora Boone killed

appealed from the decision of the chair. i Harrison can expect to do much againit The Memphis-Birmingham game post Ram Martell near Lamar Mo.. in 1877.
iI I such opposition. I think Blaine would FInl Work of the Coa.Uoa-C1e"l" poned on account of rain. nadred Negroes Co.gregMs..dMar I They have been arrested after five yean uf

I make the stronger candidate, but thereis i incessant search.
HOSTILE RUSSIANS.I land's Name Cheered to tile Echo. At Mobile-Mobile\ ,3 ; Chattanoo- Threats.
not enough difference between the I W. M. Jones, a prominent man at Council
two parties to make much difference SYRACUSE, N. Y., June 2.-After permanent 1a.4 JAKSOXVHXE, Fla., June 2.-Deputy Bluffs was mortally wounded by several -
Tfcey Are Made Had Awstriaa 7
by Troops I At Montgomery-Montgomery, ;
Sheriff Williams and of ten went trackmen who tried to rob him lIe
whom they select I am a silver man organization had been effected posse
Macon I
.3 killed
of
laradlac Their Territory.VISJWA one them.
arfd my party is against silver. If the by request of the chairman the clerk oat to Greenland last night to suppressa
June 3. The of Republicans not careful they National! League. I The GermanAmericans of Texas are la
spectacle are very
read the and uprising there. Early last week I I session
platform prepared revised negro at Houston. They want less rigid
will lose Montana and Colorado at the At Brooklyn-Brooklyn 7 Cincinnati
Russian ;
in hostile
. troops marching ar- laws relative to personal privileges in the
the committee Section Boss Henderson of Greenland
next election. I do not think the third by during recess. 1. ,

tar against Austrian forces was witnessed party k going to amount to anything The denoument of the eonfention was At New York-New York, 8; St. \email station on the St. Augustineroad pusnit Hinch happinessBaron the well known philanthropist.

on the Oaladan frontier near but I know the Republicans will lose a greeted with tremendous applause. Reference Louis, 3. shot and killed a negro workman Is suffering from an attack of inflaenta -

Hadsivilou. The Austrian garrison at great many rotes" on account of the silver to Grover Cleveland as able to At Baltimore-Baltimore, 4; Pitts- I under him it is claimed, in self defense, and congestion of the Jungs. Ills

Jlrodj, an important town of Qalicla question. carry New York state also brought the burg :to condition in serous*
there three of them fightinghim
miles from the Austrian military convention to its feet with a storm of At Washington-Washington, 4; Chicago as were Several striking union paving-cutters of
fifty-eight SHE DIED INSTANTLY.A applause, while the affirmation that 12. at the same time. Henderson whois New York hare returned to work, saying
headquarters at Lemberg, for 4 the union did not keep its promises of support -
this convention and its constituencieswould At Philadelphia-Philadelphia, ; a white man fled. Since then the

Easteca Galicia, was out maneuvering. Girl Kill Ilerself While Crazy Ceased support the nominee at Chicago, Louisville, 1. have been searching for him during i idleneo

Brody is only a few miles from the Russian br a Cyeleae Scar. whoever he might be, was greeted with At Boston Boston, Cleveland, 1.lagalls negroes Mrs. Florence Ethel OSDOITM of London,
and under the that believed who
pretext they gained unpleasant notoriety through!
WICHITA Kan. June 2. Nettie Wal. a bunt of ringing cheers, that left no ---r-
Polish frontier, and in the course her theft of Mrs. Hargrarea's Jewelry hu
Comlag AgalswSEDALIA he concealed in his ..
was own
doubt as to the purpose of the conven
of then, a German curse, died at the residence given birth to a daughter.
tramping about the Austrian
troops Ma, June 2.-Senator JohnJ. house, they set an armed guard aboutit The colored people of Wesatagton city w,
tion.Pease
of Banker W. B Throckmorton
unwittingly crossed the frontier into of Saratoga, a member of the Ingalls of Kansas, has signified his and refused to let Mrs. Henderson observed yesterday as a day of fasting and
Russian. territory a short distance from from a bullet wound inflicted by herself. resolution committee, then presented a prayer because, they state, "of the outrages
willingness to come to this city on July and her two children go out' There are
ttadsivttoa. The whole frontier l. their
Ihe girl was always considered weak- supplement to the platform the follow inflicted upon race Inthe-soath-
troled by Cossack; videttea. and it did minded. The family went out visiting ing resolution which was adopted : 27 to open the campaign for the'Repub only a few white neighbors, while the .ern states." '
not tak long for the Russian leritinela negroes number two or three hundred. Gas Cura'mlngs the who shot and
e( and the nurse followed suit. When Resolved That this convention approve, limns in company with Major Warner. negro
the Henderson has
For four
days family .
":.J.lae.Anatp.a.u bane on. RoWan the latter returned she unlocked the Indorse and point with pride to the admin To a Press reporter who was a passenger killed Andrew McGhee at Hearing' Sat-
I in constant terror and it himself .
been
living nrday enDing last, delivered B
uuLL The CoNackl hastfon t7+ reportto istration of Grover Cleveland and we recommend Jefferson with Ingalls the ,
door but instead of entering that way, I to City
Hawesat Thomaavilie Ga. and
word to Sheriff
was only today that was sent here ,
the commander of the atUdxivilou him to the Chicago convention .,
garri.
she crawled through a cellar window I senator said he did not believe Blaine is now'Itt jars:

; and the troops were at once hen took an ax and battered down the for nomination and to the Democratic party ,would strive for the nomination on account for Williams help. and his found The prohibitionists of Illinois are a*
and of the for nearly
patriotic people country
ordered to turn out prepared for battle. I door connecting the cellar with the election again to the presidency. of his health. He was of the three hundred armed posse riding aad aemblea at at Springfield to name v..t.e-
The Russian commander marshaled his house. She then entered Mr. Throck- opinion that Harrison would get it. Of negroes ticket Hon Horn Hanna of Moomovth,
The convention close
I about the and threatening
men and then started out on a hasty morten'i bed room, and taking a pistol was nearing a Cleveland's prospects Mr. Ingalls said walking Tillage, will M.1t11.thought,the choice of the convention
and no provision had been made for I violence: to the Hendersons, or to
in the direction where the Austrians for
march of the Democrats of governor.
from beneath his pillow sent two bnl- fully 90 per cent
electors, but ex-Secretary of the Treasury bold them a ransom until the deathof
bad been seen. wanted him their candi- There came very near being war In
lets through her stomach. The coro- i the country as I
Fairchild at this point their comrade had been
presented a
Had he overtaken the Austrians a serious of the negro Europe. detachment of'Austrian troops
oner's jury brought in a verdict of temporary I didate and the nominee Chicago
and encounter would resolution nominating the list of electors avenged. The posse soon scattered got Itnssitfrt territory by mistake,whrft
sanguinary i When asked "Can Cleveland
insanity superinduced by fear ofa convention. : I
have been the result but for. named at the Albany convention in them and made some arrests. Williamshas the rear's soldiers turned eat on tberdwat
probably
for the Austrian threatened cyclone. February, and the resolution was adopted carry New Yorkal1a replied: the names of the ring leaders and [I quick to repel tLinvasion.. .'
tanately commander
peace do he he
think
I not can, yet can comenearer I
had his attention called and the nominations thus were en. they will probably be indicted. Hen- Floods in the vicinity of Indianapolis
by a
OU Letter. it than other
HeKlaley a doing man. ,
Polish to the fact that he dorsed.A ary derson's family was, removed by the canned by the heavy rain, hareeatnadtbe.
peasant was
Russia and turned COLUMPTTS, 0., June 2.-Governor resolution of thanks to the citizens deputy to the house of relations in South loss of at least three lives. Carl Wearer
on territory they The Clay King Case
: 9 and John Henderson and hi
back. Just as they were crossing the McKinley has received a letter from one of Syracuse was adopted for their hospitable Jacksonville. I aged years
JACKSON, Tenn., June 2.-The famous 6-year-old non.were drowned.
treatment of the convention and
Russian at who himself leader of the "Red
troops were seen advancing signs
T there have been! >dentl
at 5:50 o'clock the convention ad- Colonel H. Since: May ,0
p. m., I murder case against Clay Colored People Meet
but before .
a double-quick, they got
still Red
fountain gang of Mountain from cholera at Seringur, in the vale of
within firing distance the Austrians tear Birmingham. Ala, who claims journed sine die. King under sentence to hang for killing COLUMBIA, S. CL, June 2.-A mass Cashmese. All Europeans in the piece became

were on their own side of the line. The that he was one of the band that com- David H. Poston, another prominent meeting of colored people was held at alarmed some ume ago at the tear,jl
Russians acted if A Factory FIB. of the disease, and left the oty.
as they were disappointed Columbus ravages
mitted the bank robbery and March has
lawyer at Memphis 10. 1891
and their commander, after murder last August for which Frank LOUISVILLE:, Ky., June 2.-New Albany been taken in, the court Calvary Baptist church, and many On'last Friday the Empire Stats express

placing a strong output at the point ranloon Is now awaiting executionThe cotton batting mills owned by with a full up bench. Notwithstanding supreme speeches were made by prominent colored on the New York Central averaged eeventyeight -
miles hour for four hocus .113
where the Austrians had crossed, returned writer also claims that hk gang Lawrence Bardley and others, was par his confinement in jail 'Colonel King men. Resolutions were adopted an ,
miles in 2(0 minute, the fasten time ever
Kadiivilou. forth the evil of lyncbings and
slowly to robbed the Georgia Pacific train inGeorgia tially burned. Loss, $35,000; insurance, setting
Looked very well as he entered the court made in this country forgo long a distance. .
The affair is regarded in Vienna as of a few months ago. $18,000. Tbe fire was caused by the I smiling and nodding to acquain calling on colored men toeIIist<< from a
room A boiler in Darblay's steam mat. at.
considerable the that them and the
significance, as showing crimes provoke
friction of machinery.
The courtroom crowded
tances. was Corbel France of Seiae-et-
department
,
the readiness of the Russians to seize whites to frown mobs down and let the
Death Uader a Hand Car.OBANQC .
with people anxious to see the distinguished Oise exploded with terrible violence completely -
any pretext for hostilities. ( LAKE June 2.-Miss Gaskina, DAILY MARKET REPORTS. I prisoner and hear the speeches law take its course.WASmNUTON destroying the mills. Four em

the sister of the Florida Southern sec.tion i of counsel, including: leading lawyers In ployes were killed and thirty were injured.
Jane 2. accordance
War fmlmt for Ireland.EmAST -
The Flower' Coma, the holding of which
Kav' .i More*. I from all parts of Tennessee and Arkansas -
,June 2.-The Telegraph pub foreman at this place, was run over ; and other states. with the suggestion made in an appeal I at the opening of the great mntieal! sal
band and received SAVANNAH. June Turpentine firm at dramatic exhibition Vienna
car injuries at
by a I was pro
lushes the proposed plan of resistance to which proved fatal. Mr. Gaakins wife 27& rosin firm at 1.06&UO. which was recently made by prominent hibited nascome off. There was a gathering -
Track for
the mandates of Irish parliament,should and sister with several hands, were on Wiutmaroii. June L-T rrntlne steady I Chicago. negroes in all parts of the country, of 60,000)) people and 2,000 carnage in

inch a body be established. The article the car. One of the ladies her ate rosin Arm: trained >X rood strained .I SAVANNAH, June !.Produce men Tuesday was set apart by the negroes of I the Prater.

WM written by a prominent Irish Un bat, and in reaching for drop :1.005 tar steady. LS* erode turpentine steady from( Chicago who handle immense this city as one of fasting and prayer The United! States court, in session at
hard LOO yellov dip 3.00; rirgin UQ. because of the alleged outrages inflicted San Antonio, Tex, baa so far secured
ionist. It says that the men of Ulster the car ; the other lady, in trying to quantities of potatoes and other truck, of MuicaAa..ho"ereauUt
will not allow elections to the falling also lost her balance upon their race in the southern states. twenty convictions
occur. The save one
are in the city endeavoring to perfect of violating the neutrality law during
I"red..ftel rro.i.ioa. Services were held in all of the negro )
election writs will be publicly burnedby and feU, sustaining very painful affair
arrangements by which large shipments the late Gana revolutionary on
NEW TOR1t, JUDe L-Pork quiet and .teady churches of the city.
sheriffs
the
of counties and the mayor injuries. ______ ____ old. 9.IvaioJO; new. $11 JQt prime extra can be made from here to that market. the border.

of Belfast immediately after they are ThU Oeearred Ohio. mss ho. ".31LOOMiddle* firmer; short dear 'J'SQ1A If they can get connections so as to Glove Contests 1st Athletic Clabs. Heavy rain ball and wind storms did
I- neat red. Judges and magistrates who Lard higher western .team -67H bid; place the stuff in Chicago in reasonable heavy damage in portions of MisBoori

,. take their commissions from the new CINCINNATI, June 2. -A Campbells- city steam. S.to; opUooa Jly, ..Ii? August time and proper rates, they will start tc BATON ROUGE, La., June 2.-Mr.ONeU Arkansas and Kansas. At Wellington

awcuti will not be recognized. vice dispatch says that Heck Willis, .82; September, 6.89. I work at once. This will be a fine thing who last week gave notice of his the sufferings of the tornado victims were

The police force will be reorganizedwith colored was hanged there by a mob CHICAGO Jane L-Omh Quotations were for the truckers here and will assist in intention at a future day to introduce a added are starving.to by a terrific ri o. People there

special constables sworn to replace from Adair county, for attempted as follows: Mss pork $W."@3Han*. Lards extending the business greatly.
rape.
bill to prohibit glove contests in Kan small tornado
Medicine
regularly At Lodge, a -
the :
regular police. The
queen'si.zee Dry
tr & Short ribs KMM t.47yi&.sa
The had been taken forty miles >i3i I
will be paid but taa.Snied negro 12535 S76 short clear .. chartered athletic clubs and to repeal struck the country near Round op.twelve .
: by alt shoulders boxed. Explodes a Mlad.WUJCESBAKRX
the officers and jailed at Le.banon I
away by law miles southeast of here, and tow
the Dublin the allowing same haajiot yet
parliament will not be paid. skips boxed.L 3<3 .S3H.CnrciXHATi.
The for safe keeping. The mob took i Pa, Jane 2.-An explosion introduced the bill. Asked what his down fire houses, bat injuring no one.
custom boose will be seized and June 1.-Pork held higher sew
him from jail and intended to hang him The people had sufficient warning to
held of mine gas at Mocanaqua colliery reasons were for taking the step that
until the < Hulk
question settled. Con- 10.0:.. LAid strong; torrent make J9> to their cellars.
where the crime was committed but .escape
tanning the article says: daylight overtook them: and they. hung meat firm short ribs ICft: bacon, firm i of the West End Coal company, he has, Mr OTOeil said that he was not The general of the Mobile and
la the event of war the north will bewhile short clear L57a4 prepared to speak for publication, at luaus
him at this place. which k located about twenty mild below Ohio road has order that all era-
tit a better position both u regards this city, resulted in the death of presentThe shall be dismissed Wto'a hearing
&ft&I: and a geographical Cfclraco Market.CVICAOO. general belief among the Orleans p. of habitual
o.ition, than lpvtt.U.ae Accepted.WASHINGTON one m&n. the fatal injuring of another drinking on no
the 1OUUa. Belfast iI unassailable June LWheatJuly delegation is that the bill will not be in. frequenter of saloons are to be retainedin
and the serious injury of eight others.
Jane 2.-At least eight KH- troduced. the service of the
Dublin is open to direct and 1m- 836 September The cause of the explosion is unknown, company.
meOlate attack. European governments have accepted Germ-Sept the only who could explain the T.
M one Thought He Was a TarkeywDETISO
Oais July. Slid September X9J. I, Nobtv-snd Hepre-
the president's invitation to participatein &b11 Set
Foreman Prothsrer is dead. f
matter ,
laicRrbeSept ,
10.87 July and
Pork-S
Ta* Murderer CM*** at Ueeela.Lxuooui. the monetary conference and there k pt. ; 153. ?,Tex., June 2.John Shipp n
tar; July arrived in Washington at 7 o'clock
Nsb., June 2.-Greenfaareley no longer any doubt of such a meeting. Lard-Sept IKS; Joly. IM. A Train Derailed. was-sbot and instantly killed by Jim I morning on a special train oa the Penrmyl-

(colored who shot and killed '%e president.will communicate with T.A.p.A..I1L, June 2.-A night trainon Henry, on Allen Bayou, Chickasaw Nation rants road. They eD their visit t
the subject in a few much.The
congress on days New Y.rk Cotton Fatal Rochester very
CLarfia the Florida Central aad Peninsular northeast of this city fourteen
Thomas
in
a fight was captured and will probably transmit the
correslondence. mUroad annoooced
NEW Yore Jane L-FoIlowto- is the apes mike. Shipp and Henry were hunting.The I Pennsylvania
t a a haymow in the which left Jacksonville and that would t safe
southern part of the teg sad closing qnotaUoMCrannary. \ railway, hunters separated when Henry some time ago t on

city, (n.a nleY'1 friends had concealed ..f..._................tie u was doe here this morning broke a locomotive for a turkey discharged May 8 a mileage book ceiling 1.OTO nzOes)
AIpi' Ha Arrived Hern. mistaking Shipp ,
Balls tinder him.the hay but someone be- CHICAGO June 2.-General Russsll A. March February.....::::::::::::::::::::::::::::b Ot8 2 l. wheel ten miles north of this his Winchester. The ball penetratedthe fo t o some The season Pennsylvaa.nmk the booicha

U m altar attempted to JaJ1I.lJ'-....................................:.M1v3i.te city, the result being a bad smash up. brain of Shipp. Henry has gone to nne app this quetden
** his rte but a brace of shots Alger has arrived here. James S. Clark- ......_........ ......................1..47.1bEjjjjfTE One passenger coach was completely Paris to surrender to the United States that\h southern roads ban 0

hun he officers brought up his hands. Is expected' to meet him at the Avast .. .. demolished another thrown off the authorities. Both white. ,
eon .. .. men were The Minneapolis Tribune is taking a
Jtmltfcna he shot Thomas in self-defense, Grand Pacific Hotel, and there is naturally jjljTou track. Strange to say, however, no one postal card vote of the oXegatea to the
i 1)j)) )
fcUhough a pair of knocks was all the some talk as to the political bear. tio .................. was seriously hurt. A. Advaaeo la East Bound Bat... national convention as to thetr preferences

.
w\ponhisYioOm had. The coroner's for Two hundred and eighty- '
the interview. General .
ngof Algsr
'
Cooad U quiet Salas iauuQ.Llrerpool CHICAGO, June :.Notice has been pmt
ttiq a case of murder. had nothing to say to reporters. Tko Boll .f Death.COLUMBIA two b nYe divided .

S. C, June 2.-Dr. S. E.Babooc.k issued from the office of the chairman follows: S3; non
ha..I ...... solar' Tre. Cwarentlo New Cetto Fmtaroa.LrrxarooT that and 10 scattering.
Wee PopalarU. of the Central Traffic association, ett i
father of Dr. Babcock the
Jon following: is tits opea- of citizens have broo.'M
I
tint Acxuuo, Tex., Jon &-Isaac HzwYoKK. June 2.-Tbe Western log and ckiB qoottttoos present superintendent of the Mate lunatic taking effect on June 13. east bound nnb. Gaffaey into the race for the

Jh--- aged u 7MZ'I. whda eating Union Telegraph company has arrangedto Maraud Jane.........:1C7O4.M asylum, died at his home in Chester rates will be advanced on grain pro. legislature from Troup ami** Ga. White t
Je>yaM Jmly ....4J&4.10 duct to the basis of 22J cents per 100 he has not yet announced, yet
dlbn toai ahoted la death by a large and bulletins from the national convention Jail and Aogut....................._4.1'.44.15 of paralysis. Dr. Babcock was surreon to New York. Other sixth-class will be kept before peer*a I
wtfchlafiwd ta hit throat.koftttoftl in connection with the Associated AngnkS and September..........4.17..i.17 of the sixth regiment of SouthCa.rolina pounds chances fiUe t- *a* be* a t
are
ptember and October......4JSiti4.lt volunteers and one of the articles are liable to be advanced on the very
; aid reached hira. Press to all parts of the country October and KoremberS'ovembrr ................4-'ltil t: in South same date to a basis of 25 cents per 100 elected. He will have a strrjng fcltowtag
.: ift gacts at twuseilaxioa ware and give them to the public free of and U.MmE.r..4. 2+ most prominent physicians pounds from Chicago to New 'Xork.I over the et who will poi in som guu4
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NEWS MATTE ....ra Famine. County and clty-Direct-ol'). : sion. In fact, there'i; mighty little
Banker sea'that Dneklow, who lives
'
... -. Vp ... C-IU4 ,-..-> tat. Led out of the city now hM made quite suo.ceu politic here of any kind. Our loafers

W..k ./U-t; Wlr-o. farming. COUNTT orncxicst ...-. ;*'': :: '. 1 have not got down to -steady Jmsioess,

shot by Sheriff Brajac, HOI-Yes, I understood that be was J_dt Crimmal Cove of Beccro trviag however, and these matters may come
the
tt6eJdoshuaCamdeC. Ark. ma.kiDalDODe1 from It, and I didn't know Mr. '
Gnus, Esq: later.
bow he managed.. ? up
Sourcing mill. Wa district.h.. had a h"5g0001tr. In its Bunker-Easy enough. His farm right xOoaaty Solicitor-Joueph H.Sptffartf. Chatfi Your correspondent is frequently

James Carroll wa* killed N by a Wabaaft off the railroad track and he got all the Qerk-J.Jf. BUcxweO.Jadge town, ; asked if he remains here through the

train at OUewnwa, la. clothing men in town to pot their ads ia County Coart-Jowph K.B-Wwis,EqCoaty : .
his back \Ve summer, just as though a summer
yard.-Clothier and Furnisher. her
William Dickaon waa drowned at Bow- CoapaiMlooers-T. d Batter, Chair
eVy lake, near CarroUt. Ma. man;T. N. Cattier L U. Xorg-a- H. 8. Mia- Dr. residence in Florida was a heroic act

C. C. McDonald, of Great Falls, Moot A IAY.IJ' Xaa. &oa W. R. Bowca. The Board meets tbe Ant home fully 'when, in fact,.our summer time is the

baa disappeared under a cloud. Tuesday each nenth. has most delightful part of the whole yea .
I
A fceavy front fell In the Michigan peach .:;Y I Clerk Circuit Court-Fr-nk Wright Our mistake that
It
people
is a
great of
left, doing considerable damage Sheriff-James H. Shelley. long

caries Bunt I yean old, fell into eis- County Collector-frank H. BUnch-rd. I. house I I moderate means make by putting off

tera at Kao u City and waa drowned. County Treasurer-B.f. IuenthL I Worth every summer. They would be

TtM Burlington Electric company: with County Aso WOT-W. M. William -
.eai-al of tlM.000 has beea farmed.Saceoel Supervisor of E.rUtratio_-J. H. Menrday.BUJLBD : .. A re I just as well, as far as_ health_ and. COUP

Hamilton, a ban-Mr of Shelb,. Or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' fort goes, to remain here, while the

ems, Ind., ft* dead. ne...* wealthy.A 7 1t of travel and Inevitable low
F. D. Ac-erman, Chainnaa- jOb H. Harp, the expense;
north bound freight train was wrecked in their business makes the summer
wear Palestine. Tex. Jfe bark Job P. Wan. Alex.Strauss Secretary. Las
Cato
one WM
burden that are
they
outing a wholry
of FaMie Instruction
Mater A. L Elliott,of Petti eonnty.Mo: ., gnpertateadent Board quit uuable to bare. It is very pleasant to
.
A Straus
vas declared of unsound mind at bedalia.Loenda .
CITY orrcxRS. more travel about, to be sure, but the idea
Scruggs shot Bunchy Woaecka. Martia Griffin.Jr. that entertain that they
Mayor- some taut
Little Kocfc. They loved the -ame man. Torus. !
1 .A.ldermeD-W. R. DeWitt, President; 8. J. change climate for health is all non.sene. .
The castle of the Gol-
4ea Rule supreme, Ia ia. session Knights at AUaatie City, Kenneriy, Wm. Iran G.W. Bawett, A. Ulna, t>eeq J. P.
N. P. JL fratt, Joseph R. Dunn Samuel Lyon ter, for
.1.At she Robert JRilM,A.T.Capen LL. Purccu,J. "-. STRENGTH AND WEALTH.If .
Pat
Pittaburg. ntipatrkk. mur Cobut
derer of Samuel Early was hanged Ia the LaRoche, Georre Foiter.Citi in you are not feeling strong and
county jail yard. Clerk and.ueeuor-Joeqh Price. healthy Electric Bitters. If
try utAGrippe"
The Westinghouse company baa been The Chaperon-That's Jack Daubing, a Collector A.8. WUUrd.Trcacucr and ,
awarded the electric lighting contract at dissolute, unprincipled scamp. lie is the -R.J. Adam friend has left you weak and teary

tike World's Pat,. black sheep of his family, you know. Lookout Chief of Police-John W.Hagan. nse Electric Bitters. This remedy acts

Dr. Stephenson, of Centerville Ia., 1s for him. Chief Tire Department-Geo. E.Gay.BEXEVOLEXT but directly on Liver Stomach and EHneys
dead, with strong Indication of having tickles and -
The Debutante-Indeed I will I love
AND OTHER SOCIETIES.
committed suicide. gently aiding those organs toper
him already.-Life.Mr. taste and
The safe In the Ka.tenweln drug store JUAO IC. form their functions. If you are

tic Clinton. Ma, was opened and ion taken Gr.t.bars Son Philip. Palatka Lodge No. 34, F. .t 'A. 1L-Heels I[ put afflicted with Sick Headache, you will

A clerk ia mi-sing. ")lr friend Walter Gratebar." said Mr. lint and Third Monday Nights in the month, find sreedy and permanent relief by
Walter Smith, wanted at Cabot, Ark. i at'Z:30 o'clock. to taking Electric Bitten. One trial. win
Staybolt, Mseems to think that his son and
for
assaulting a white lady, has been arrested y.J. TILQHMAX.W.M.M .
&i Litt.le Rock. I Philip, who has just turned twelve, isa Hu- convince you that this is the remedy
.I.COn
The PItUburg ministers remarkable boy. Mr. Gratebar lives in ,Secretary.: you need. Large bottles only GOc. at

etiscu-aed Dr. .Presbyterian a method,generally the snbvrbs, in a house which has a slate Putnam Chapter No. *, R. A. M- -Meets Seeped have a re- LowlY & a drug store.
'
eondemning them. roof. It appears that in the course of and Fourth Monday MgbU.C ,

In March aeyekty..yea vessels were lost some repairs to this roof last fall many J. HAVES, H.P. Our the Drowned !* a Telegraph Pale HeM.

at Rem Twenty-eight; British and small fragment of slate were scattered i M. LOEB, Secretary.L the AUGUSTA, GA., May 30.-A singular
eleven were America abont on the ground. When the Ume I

Specimens of the black bread used in the came to clean up around and roll the : O. O. F. aka, was accident.occurred on Telfair street this

tamine-strkken: : district of KOMia have lawn this spring it occurred to Mr. Grate- i Pioneer' Lodge No.23, I. 0.0.-MeeU every o evening. Poles are being placed m all
been shown In New York. bar that those bits of slate ought to be Tuesday: tbU_ J. G. MAXGOLD,N.G.
Edward Bruce had his back broken at picked up. He hadn't lived in the country EvC. KELLY, Secreury.St. &! I the streets for running the electric

Denlsou,TeL, in a railroad collision. II* long, but he had lived there long enoughto Our as'' wires upon.. Holes had been dog on
Johns Encampment. L O. O. F.-Meet!
was an M. K. & T. brakeman.
know that grass wouldn't grow through i the Telfair street in a number of
The bodies of three ... part of >he slate. very Second and Fourth Friday KlcnU. places,
grew of the lost schooner I_ P.. were founda "After picking up about two hundred W. H. CYRUS C P. at N ., but the poles were not placed In them.A .

the shore near Wellfleet, Ma.. himself and finding that it WM .J. G. X.L GOLD, Scribe.KNIGHTS"OF n heavy rain filled the holes partly!

dead Cone in Johnson the Chickaaaw, a horse nation thief, with was found bullet back breaking work,Mr.. Gratebar thought llO OL friends of with water after which George Cobb,

bole In the back of his head. be bad; so better he talked get Philip it over to'with pick him up'therest one Harmony: Lodge No, 27C7-OIeeU First sad are a three-year-old negro boy, fell head.

Harry Flnnister a C. & A. fireman fell Third Wednesday of the month. he fall.I foremost into and
night at dinner, and Philip undertook, Inconsideration one was drowned.
from his engine at Hlffbee, M&, and hadboth
legs cut off about the knee of the sum of fifteen cents WALTER THOMAS,Dictator.
'to clean up the remaining state on the ). B.1>DONNELLY Reporter.
The Hnrter & Co at Mont
compress
Komery: AU., will be leased to the Western following day. It was understood that your
and Atlantic for$J.OUO per year. all the money was to be withheld until K/K>F P. BAILEY
the completion of the work and that the ,
By an onexpected jerk from colt L* St.Johns Lodge, No.s, K.of P. MeeU every lag
James SeVitser. work must be done to Mr. Gratebar's entire -
waa leading of CUaton.
Thursday NlRht. C.A. FIXNIXGER C.C
..Ito.e had,little finger torn from bis hand.Governor satisfaction. ; grove,
Boles ha issued a proelana- "When Mr. Gratebar started for town BURT )(MCLAVRY K.R. 8. Accident

tioo for relief for flood aufferer...t fioajOty. next morning he found Philip on the lawn Uniform Rank K. of"1",No. 4-Meets for drill the ;Insurance,
As much a*$-)IJ.M Is now ...... knocking baseball about with great ear- .
Jd: ward Moore, John Govd o and JE. & .... George, aged seven and Clara very Second and Fourth Wednesday: Xights,at G.

Poster, noted. bouse breaker, wanted aSMinneapols aged five, with an old grape basket near Armory. R.J. RILES,Captain. ington FLO&IDA. ,
were caught WichUaKa-u them, were laboriously digging out and L A.SMITH Recorder. made I ,

Another begging letter ha beoui-sued picking up the scraps of slate. .
c..the people Ol New York.. the HCyUCUaeceaaary "How's this, Philip said Mr. Grate- IRON HALL. a poor : _

to flnlah the Grant moaumenC bar. 'I thought I. hired you to pick up Branch No.702,Order Iron Han-Meets Fint find _

It U said that Preatdeat CamotwUl. that slate.' and Third Friday:Nights. close !
probably pardon Edward Deacon on July -You did.' said and I'm ,;
PUlip, doingIt. HENRY)MERWIN.: ef I.
M the of the fail of the ban
anniversary the
Dent distarb yourself. I'll attend K.W. STEWART,Acct. Tampa
tile.Captain to it.' 1- ,
Andrews te building a 14-ftwt- G. A. L
"That when Mr. GraUbar
long boat at Atlantic City, N. Jia whichbe night got
r will again attempt to:crow the At-anttA home he found that the work had been G. A. &-Veteran Post, TSo 12-Meets every 4w'I

eoI&I1. carefully and thoroughly done. There WM First Tuesday of each,month st t o'clock p.m. West
Here SystemAND
Albert Bowers, a sailor whose home U no,.ground upon which he could withhold P.T.L QUEEN,Commander.

at Kansas City WM crested to eWhat payment. LEWIS.A",, get,
JtafiaJo, N. Y., fa the ahafktac of anengine. -'But' be said to Philip, 'I hired yon to ture \

do that work and you seem to have got "A
SoL Johnson and baby were knocked off George and Clara to do it.' \ INES
a treatle' Bear Lear eo worth. Kan. by a M'I sublet the contract'said Philip 'and One Dollar Weekly seen

-.a.mlDlft'iDe. Neiiaer was bsrtvayrieu1 when I get the money Pm going to pay lure *
frr r ksoaville,cover ever one thousand miles
George and Clara nickel apiece. See?
Gold Watch br Club
Buys a Rood our bv the ,
AttunpreoamiedhaU storm paned over "Mr. Gratebar did see, and he paid over Winter and Summer Pleasure Resort of Florida:'
parts of Virginia Monday greatly damAc- System. Our 14-karat &old.filled case "
the cheerfully, and he didn'thesitate 4
money very :
IDa the fruit and veg.tabt..rop and wheat are warranted for 20 years line Elginor
to My to Mrs. Gratebar, after the
in bloom.
Waltham movement. Stem wind ,
youthful contractor had to bed. that
"Mud fever is a new and deadly disease be gone and set Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto FIELDS,
thought Philip WM a great bor.ew
bat hM broken out among kerne ia Iowa, 930 watch. To secure agents
K stiffens the animals'le0aaadfreqMnUnm / York Sun. any PINEAPPLE FIELDS,
where have sell of
toe ia death we none we one
THE
live kmadred paiieengere on the Sparrows X.t a Captions MM. the Hunting Case Watches for the ORANGE GROVES

Point raaraad. nee Baltimore, had A night or two since, as a policeman Club price $2$. and send C. O. D: by given VEGETABLE SECTIONS

a narrow escape from beta* dumped ls.tr> making his way up Beaubien stM the express, with privilege of examination :

a river by derail meat. WM accosted by a colored man with the. remark before paying for same. ZINE.:

The Terrell Cotton: Oil MsMfacrUrine : Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: TRAINS
mad Beaaing'eompa has jest bees iihartend "I doan want to seem eapshus, sah-.
at Terrell. Tex., capital$*UJS.wish 'deed I doan',but dar'at.rouble1amrhoule Our Jeweler hare confessed they don't know" YIA- .
A. T. bchmid and others directors.A ober dar" how you can furnish such work for the money.
of the
dispatch from Moat Erallo says that "What sort of trouble" Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C., Trunk Line.

rumor is cement that the Brasilia crui- "Why. ash, a cull'd puaon called Williams writes: times

ser Bahia. hM foundered at gem There kSM site dar wid his feet on de stove convarain HYour watches take at sight. The gentlemanwho as Improved modem appliance for the safety and
>official eonfirmatioa of the report. got: the last watch said that fie examined
wid my wife. 1'. ordered him to free, the TCfXST IX IXOBIDA.
D. P.arum. United States commis- and priced a jeweler's watches rn Lancaster that
sinner at Fort Supply, L T., says than ls0.o vacate, ash, but he refused." What am de were no better Utah your but the price WM Hi.' who ; K. W,SM a. m,dally,except: Sunday, 1230 p. to.

troth whatever in the report that the proper course In sick a case? OUr agent at Pennington, Tex., writes "A p. m. dally except Sunday. Arrive 1.30 ..m.,its
t Cherokee strip is oremia with caUU. "Go and order him out once more.
Am In receipt of the watch and am pleased
In about ten minutes the returnedand
man
& McElroy a street contractor of Cleveland without meausure. AH who have teen it uy: it are Line*, 8.25: a. m. dally, 1M p. n. dally except Son-
0., was found dead ia a lab near reported: would be cheap at..ao." the p.m. 6.40.. m.
Oeonomowoc Wis. A woman with whom "I dO&ll' want to seem eapshus, sah, but One good reliable Agent wanted for cost
be eloped is suspected of murdering him.' I dun ordered him out,Just as you said." a | SOUTH-BOU3TD.

Over million and half dollars with "And he didn't gor each place. Write for particulars. June a.m I I.I Falatka.............,.. ..., ... .... ,JIG p.m
a a LID I PaUtka............... .".. ...... TJOpoa2OOp.m ,
sah. He said he'd
in Texas CO.
drawn in a year from the Caoadiam postal "No see me EMPIRE WATCH :NEW TORK p.m | .
aavingf banks, indicates &that government furt. What would be your advice under dec4-tf
that there is a heavy Immigration such circumstances ; ers; : RAItWAT-BOOTH BOUXD.

4 from that country. "If a man WM In my house and wouldn'tgo W. Je ..m. | Leave l'aluka..1......... .... ....
Near Marion Ky..a white farmer by the out I'd put him oat." St.. 'i .! '
LINES.:
Came of George (Cruce was slashed by a "Would it seem eapshus. ash" FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG
negro Wiley Leaper who had assisted the "I don't think a" I SOOTH BOUND.
Eater of to elop.praod afterward &.m I Leave PaUtka for Daytona.... .... .... 1-45 p. m
taunted the father with this fact "Jist M you say sah-jist so, sah. I feel i MENI>OLDKENHI

A 14-inch thick steel armor plate for thesew sartin dat I ketch the ideah." ii m iota ir TIE SUPIITS. 1111AM.net .
cruiser Indiana has beep successfully He retired into his house and the officer aah k..i......U tnt..._....... ALL.
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beC .t kMwtmc k te MMifvIISHAKEOFFTHE : SteaD1.eJ.-s
tested by: the government It was of horn remained to see the end. It came in about ,' HORRID SNAKES teased,
take, and withstood teAts that slmilai two minutes Three or four yells were! present
we".s.mel-: =; UI time
pieces of foreign made plate failed in. heard, somebody's feet seemed to strike '. debted ; .&, for Rockleilge, !:all Gallic Melbourne.tad.way:

& W. Conley was shot and killed from the wall, and then the door opened and DUR NEW BOO<< '--

ambush near Mad lOD., Ga., it is claimed I Williams flew into the street like a, ball N :::::=J: == : da,.. and Friday. 'RIt Jupiter and way landings
by K. A. Cochran, who had eloped with filled straw bed. He WM scarcely on his ,S .5.sww kp1N % : W.Railroad tar all points OB Lake Worth.

Comley's M-year-oki daughter, but who feet be/ore he bolted up the walk and the 0..e Aa K iSa S a. m. Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays for
bad bateD taken from him by her father. \ pee.nWY..lLwI1.tiOME
owner of the house came down t.be'epa to TREATMENT, : Rockkdge S a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Judge Broaddus,, of Cb11hcothe.Mo..xlia- explain V t,M' ..........,.... .
charged all fanners from the ....
petit jury
so
"I doan like to ash but w sass caused
address
capshus ,
seem s..c or the General Punenger Agent.
that they could attend to their props.- Wm. In the
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t sae 1.r. Jeo
now dat I've got ban in I'd like ra
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my
Ilargrave, Indicted for murder: was graoAed your UW of I} G. D. ACKERLT
a change oC venae to Clay scant; by advice about coffin de ole woman up to a t .' i f t-MkisS.r'tmn j 'Uses. General Passenger
agent
I bras. peakl 'Pears to me dat she sorter Inc: ur- K .azs.rL ttm-U4 t. "
tihnstn OI'paI".c...... lo.lt..e.1. BY ,Fla. J boDrit1e.Fla.
The Millrille Iron and Steel eompan/ aged Williams to believe dat I couldnt __...alar,....s'NftbawsaapneavaLOa3easasa

will start: in operat.OQalew at Pittafcurg wuhia lick one side of him!*-Exchange. sin a s.rars. N .IBO...yw.rr.w Tuu S..n 1..n uurut made Florida by,
weeks, a Dew process for tbe manufacture i ; .,:. ; = I will
at steel aupenur to aae that ia-kDw A >!*. :Nelclt.borlt..L ERIE MEDICAL BUFFA1.0.M.Y.O highest :: ; :
ID me, and which ran be.de aeefaeaDfraelroa. ,I door of
Not long since a family moved into a :: EXPERIENCE
I house on Austin avenue. After a week or -< C)(*\ \ *0 350O a year ran be made by FIRS UL
Editor: Z-adrn. of Cheyenne JIICeatIr.q- so a friend of the family called on them O 4- ioII vJ! stun agents, either sex:: easycork 9th day
nated editorially that a pneooer tit_ ..tm- ; sure pay; exrlnnire territory. Write at t aid TIYE IIETHODStJw.I
lag tried stenld be released and rrnemnftng and asked how they liked t.be1oa 1itJ. once L P.WHITE:, Piedmont W. Va. Book and Control
*
Attorn-y Vidal fined htctead. fbrriought "Pretty well. OClf..UCity amount
and destroyed ona-H-raMe ft "Have you called on any of the neighbors sold as a orders of

tan, but did not hurt ea. b oth. rei pt"I I Tar my2T- .
Senator Paseo has sobmitaad yioi Mal ""No but I am going to if there is anymore Notice.

nmadnaent to the agitnilnart eppio I of my firewood miming."-TexasSittings. ; N
ttoa bill aprropriatisqr. 5OM torL05DOH WhoneMrroosenmd
lag sa ineatiratima; of diseases ell ->.aangs -. ______________ City Tax Payers will take notice that IN" lowithaad .hie a!

ADd citrus fnJt t.--.... tb.lt SUw Work. w d
other the Tax Book for 1891U for collection
.. & .:p.rimea.ng. aai Meshtiara First Professor-You see, they let him in open : cemoanioneo texapt ct lrfeads. leads m lad w

the Academy of Sciences because he had and will close on JULY. leT, Abbie E. t WTEI TtIBiJ

..... 1e4y1e4.t'e __ taken an A. B.. an S. K, an A. M. a Ph. 892. 2.L W. STEWART ." j I al patients,
j jIt
D. and M. D.
an r rn
MaT M.-la the gut d wn ve
a o u
Second Professor Ah, I understand. ap22-t City Tax Collector. Ilaae
of :
onrnmom Stuart Wortteg parSlCrnrsIs agent;
He worked in by degt'eeL-nanard Lam land and

cry secretary of the baDe c6e, ta Csa I pooL ___ ____________ NOTICE 1 of Tf'IUI the

ply to a question conocntng'1n0. Didn't Like Him. I It to ] oRYO ANDro0R8.

\ Uaybndc, who is svrri&f iaentenoein w-I "If there is anything I dislike," said Edward
of do
ntiafTietion S. A. BAKER manufacturer ))
Wokliig priaoa ,
I Bnggins M the editor returned his witty plaint fl> condition nor
of having pMaoaaxi her ha-rti effort, "it's a man who won't take a job" ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER,:1 DAY Case have ytel to AYE
aid that the govvnux-aoe WM at W Washington Stac. : will be l.oor rofWO"oocwhfii w.

time ready to consider atsy DOW t&Aidr I BOX HEADS, especially, is ready to Ushed It Is 0D LJy>methods appti noeet lxper'

riot tack bearing Uccle her Tne ia tb )' wa el.sos the
Eae-cla. fin orders at short notice. For information -
UUfhuO
relative Mr CO. HbtwIA
2o statement RhnIIDdited a last night lished ia Nis .
Madded., was at pretest be 3* Me Watty-But it WM poem UM poet whooagaito address S. A. BAKER, Done
DlarLh .
.' tiec.retaq u."of have been indi-ted.-Dtiwt!Tree P.-.. ja5-2m "Satsuma flights, 1 La. E.mJ'K.% ...... ... WfIA88RCYIATED







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=- A Care for Twenty Cent.iT f Go to Lea's.Springs, Qrainrer County.Eat :
NOTES. till
WELAKA iii Tennessee.A STANDS HfAD VERTREES'
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mI.ET'nL Any remedy sold at one dollar ; AJ.JHE &
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( EL" lie which claim to cure Rheumatfcni, Popular Summer Resort, twentyone ..
C for when ad on the first- ...
24. is simply an Imposition,
ti WELAKA, FLA., May class
newly completed Morristown and
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deducted It leaves f The CALIGRAP
refreshing are f
The fine rains followed by a expanses Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and
4\\ than twenty cents to repre$
started life anew. more
cool spell, has \ Telegraph Office on the place. Ptssencer of tbe
Dr. Drummond's Lli | T RESPECTFULLY can the attention Orange Boxes
the medicine.
look.
Crops, trees, etc., are now from th. North and East via 1 public to "CALIORAPH" WRITE WaPs
,I they bit the fruit ii1CLrce. nine Remedy, which is perfornanj MACH IYE,renowned the world ever for blab .... _
Ing as should, Is beW Morristown; from the South via Knoxville est SPEED, simplicity and strength of Cu'- ,
such wonderful cures that it BTRUCTIOX, and lone-tetted DURABILITT.Suneftor xV
from the West via Knoxvilleand
\ by the medical f cuV : XAMFOLDIXU-EMlett, set, -
prescribed Level
W. W. Stephens has sold his place. at gre Cumberland Gap. Superior nat- and least depre tton in writing. KeyBoard Hooas
the fortunate everywhere, Is compounded ural advantages, viz: ,Fine .Romantic separate key for ucla character and).'0 and Nails
Mr. George Pegues was expense, from rare drugs, and cann Mountain with: Signal '.HIs1T." All paru intercbaBgeable aodbear-
Scenery Point .
make the Dollars inr ADJTSTABLE.ThU
doubt less than Five
purchaser, and will no be sold for higher and .more commanding than Machine offered not upon 1U Reoord4" .
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place bloom. VT. are glad of the addition bottle. But It always cures. Sent pr Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool -Label.' ." but upon lu INTRINSIC WORTH A.S \ llOLEsALE
of *
our paid to any address on receipt pn I aJoae. DEALERS ix _
and family to and Location. 3
f of Mr. Pegue. Drummond Medicine Co., #5- Healthy Superior nat Prices and Circulars application.

i neighborhood Maiden Lane, New York. Agent.ural Mineral Water, White Sulphur, JAS A. BAIK, Agent, Flour, Grits orri
is [Black Sulphur and Chalybeate acknowledged 'sran
,
the Jackson house wanted. : mh25-3m Palatka Fla. ; Hay
The buralngot the best south of the Po- Oats Cotton

much regretted by all, and still HeDllI omac. Hot and Cold Sulphur 'Baths _
fine Jewelry Seedeal
Ito. be a mystery. The only theory ad- R. J. Riles has moved his iood Society, Music, trancing and ; and rtilizers.
.
to Lemon street S A Baker
use of ashes,or some Store seal amusements.Comfortable foams
vanced is careless our. T. & K. W
where he OP1OtnS'Putnarn AIL
who Infest our House, (eds and flood Table Fare. Board, rAT FREIGHT
young; negro vagabonds and pleased to see his customers in ]po to $40 per month. Post Office is JS-AU orders will recei IIOLySEy .
spoils,
for
town, were looking ---: ::lamed LEA'S SPRINGS, Grainier lODJpt attention and quick

either b. carelessness or accident fired unty, East Tennessee. Send for IhipmenLt mace..eJ;

tie kouse.-J By the way, the vagrant eacriptive Circular.
wO now be set inmotion A MANrT..k-rS450: ; i Address M. J. ITcoiiES, "P
in ordinance
act our i President and Manager ender Schedule.
street
some NEIGHBORLUDOEM&IJ.TESSmiiikGi
will get
and we HIS ft. J. Riles has moved his fine Jew-

work done, or a number of these other ta- 11 ..w...ITaaJ Y Store to Lemon street, opposite THE GEORGIA SO ERN and
&
useful in some 5375. fLaR IDA
be
win
grants ....r.....rry_.. nam House, where he will befcsed RAIL[ 11M
enforce it at once. : -
-
way "
.. to see his customers in future. SUWANNEE
held .
We had the best primary ever ; 5_&loer-_hihure _tuooelk R ROUTE TO FLOOD

;more than twenty men on hand, and [] YOirself Ladies are Unfortunate Taking effect AP

earnest. The delegates ..........,.. .,..,-. use the higher they rise in society MANUFACTURER OF 1892. Standard Lima***Meridian t

Mr. Clark Stephens;?. II. A::; t Baker they find themselves bodily. atBOUND..
Ifs 2-WEST 1XDIA FAST

laeemed George Pe ues, all repreI .. ., rw.-...Uuot tb.Yes .'--' y's Phllotoken controls the nerves XO. 4-'EXPRES8 MAIL / NO. XPRI93 MAIL.f .
raw
were not iu- rb. "- iMtrwmti a ature in her various functions CYPRESS AND YELLOW[ PINE Late Palatka... .
They ra.'t .*y tbm matm that .,. .".::::::::::: ::
.. arras,wvtk. Th.r sea rat built that* Leave Hampton : ::::::.. r aT.paUtka......
so far as to vote for the MTECIAl-OFFERK. a us combats with the many ills of Leave LabOt1__..... .. ... Is tave .....-...............
1 Writ tar IJUMC Leav.Jss r... ...... .::::::::: .::: .. Leave Hampton............ ......... '.J5__
primaries. The town was unusually kind. successfully. If your Leave ..: .,:...........: .J /Leave Ja-LahOcT., ................. ... .,..
I LUMBER Lear* Tlfton.? :. r.; .... .. ......... .115 '*-
enjoying lumping a at has not it he will order it ::: ia. .
the men got .
,
lively young .:: .1La.i ::
.
LeareCordeleArrlTeJUaeoo
foot races and other sports, muchto fo for SI a bottle, from Chas. F. i iI I Atlanta.........iArrive .. :::::::::: ::.:..::...i.. T I:: .:::::;:;:::::::..::::..:::.:.::t;

their credit. Guy Reynolds provedvictorious SAVE YOUR ..BOILERS R wholesale druggist, 62 Cortland SATSUMA lllGII 1'8. FLA. Arrive Chattanooga:::::::::::::::... ..11 Ani".Am.x&eoa............................._
..
8t. w York. Send for a descriptive i Arrive >ashvilh> : ;..............:... ye uta.t ,.. ............ ..... .7.13leer.,., ,.
others were :::::.. .tauoora........ .U &111
: in foot racing; Arrive Louisville ..... I .. ........
behind Clarence clawingthe pa et, with directions and certiff Arrive Cincinnati:..........:::::::::::: ::16: ::::::;;:::;::::::.::: ..: "4d P"
$jrery close ; :::::::: :
from :::
ladies who have :::::
blue heavens with his bands',, upctnd can't many say enough in favurof Notice of Removal., No.3 Jea.Palatb after '-'I.DCIDDatJ..........." ....... .:T.2O::::a::.:.:

\looked as If he worked very hard. Daus' V. Philotoken. with aU outgoing Po m. trains,arrlnllaste.olDaJltrom Tampa

,\\\g\ feet kept him well in the reart In consequence of the rebuilding. of i I Macon> and 4 leaves Binninrham Psiatka after Railroad.o. arrival. of trampAn's a. Rnetlae..Oa.JL$E.T. Xaoo.
& aM
| he could see the rest and take X Boils the Store No. 51 Lemon street, GL R. R,and.aDd connects E.T.! ....at*Macon O*.R with K- Connective all from a Co R.and polnta. I. nd 8011Florida.

dear{ dust ana sand. The two young [ Pimplesbuncles Inlta D. buJed Train R.betwen.s. ".c.&.R...II. Y.1t. $.
C. I. ROWTON .tJaAtaaaQ
Sreens showed by their expertness f- ( .;::: .

Jiat they are not Green at that eport. ; >fulous has removed to the corner of Lemon SOUTH B

pi the old men about town teemed io sores, and Front streets, in the Kean Rlock,'

about twenty; w in T ;ma, and all other lately occupied by H. T. Vatterlib, NO. 3, EXPRESS MAIL.

fish they were where he will be 'glad to supply l his Leave Cincinnati .-...... ... SJWp.ni I Le I. WEST
jrder to quicken their blood some one >d diseases, as heretofore with the BEST Leave Louisville....... ..;...:.:::.:::. 3.24 p-m .. INDIA FAST lUlL
patrons Leave Nashville..... ...... .... .natl .....................
fareletaly lest a bottle of wine on a and FRESHEST FRUITS in season Leave Chattanooga. ::.:::.::-.!t.:...... 1.20 t.ospjn a.Jl1 Lea ...........................,........11JOa.r..........
.
:........ ..... ............
proposed r Oranges Bananas, Strawberries: Apples Leave Atlanta. ...... t.IOp.m. La ................
Utching post; and it was. Ay ,Dates Leave Macon.:.::..:.... ......"..'''. S.45 pn. 00Ka. ................. .. .
L.t old for it, the one Sarsaparilla Tomatoes, Figs Raisins, Leave COrdele...........::...... ..ll Spm Lear : .. ; 2.J2L.
run ::
men
r-- all the --- -- .. &c.. &c. Also Fresh Bread.. Cake. Leave Tlftoa....... .. .. ::: j Leave ::.::::::: :: ::;::: r
"allioam
teaching the post first to secure the --::- Pies and Candies. Leave Valdo ta........'.'...".."."::."."..".:?. t.OO&IDI I r*.... ..................:: .h......, ._..._.. _
l Leave Japer................. ......-.-.-....-. -----1---. 9 am ... ............,...'......-.. pr
'rize. All formed about thirty yards FROM LOW WATER ril Cigars,Tobaccosc.of the choicest LeanLak.ctC7.........................- 5 JO ana ) Leave ::::: .. .......... .a.33 P"
and ........... ::::. .: 6.15 pre
they all e cured brands. Leave Hampton .... ..... .._ e.i,am 1 I Lean Z -.......
)uy. and at a hat drop away I ArrlYeI'aJatka.................-......... T.43 am |Arrive J\':. ..' : ; t.2t'Pill
Pure .
should have seen that psla, nervousd California Grape Juice and I : : =:::: 1* w
:
tent Why you New York: Apple. C'der. my6- : : .' :::::::::;:'1.15
bun pair of legs get up and go. Theymen 4y, and that I No. 'leaves Macon after arrival of incoming- mo._ ***

composed of church deacons, TIl hllfl's( 's loi Water r Alarm tl eellng. Georgia 0.3,East leaves Tennessee Macon after Virginia arrival an of men and every J. G. MANGOLD I Macon and Northern and Georgia Railroads,and connects atVE ?1 -.ulroad
Iou men;temperance I Ha tired ,, the 8t.Johns and Ocklawaha River steamers. V rral. Southwestern
difference. Others AU Trains arrive and depart from I'nlon Macorf Bfc Augustine
men: rank made no : TRUST. SUKE AND JlE- Depots ai\or ,and wiifc
ty TO .
SATO
Is wi LEADING ARTIST Elegant Sleeping Cars will be mason Trains Jo.a and>o.A
te bottle of wine was the tempting ob- re you. IN For tnrther information apply to Agents at Janctioa --

John Green led the van, LIABLE TO WATCH THE WATER 01 A.C.KNAPP\ JAMES MENZll .
Uivepoint Trafflc)(aDaft:'. UENBY BURPS
Clark Stephens a wonderfully I PORTRAIT AND i dgent,
PI .1'ha.
: FACTS: )farina, Ga.b.
secondhand II. IL. Bryant was

it tee getting up stean.!>. The wrier was At tines the pipes from boiler to "The Vtle"Putnam1 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY A. V. MOUNT. __----_. 'II

'IP8* rearward of any; his rheu- wau*_column fills ,with eedimentand ..::.. --- ._ --"- -- TH01A.S. .
i t hoba 4U1t1 egan to oft'>>pastl water ,pears in the gages when low LE ROOM, .t ,
Green reached for MOUNT[ & TH
I |Ie was over. Mr. in the boiler. ILL. ATTEND PROMPTLY TO CALLS
I bottle,when lot! it disappeared At tines water foams, and no one LEMO 11:1.: PALATKA.TLA. %y.....9e.. Mweor.. Groves,Residences ttc,wit!.- AS7

I id on looking down the street making a pairl the can teu,,how..hig or low it is In the Pall LIn. .w..es, Liquors and CI- to.n the lawn nyio*of lance Portraiture.of Stndio.If Always you want up .

i blue overalls were just had boiler. trsalwwaysOrders a Crayon of yourself or old Picture enlarged try '
heat kind of a streak, aad Bryant At thes the fireman forgets the ; Country Promptly Filled, usbefore tending off to some free portraitfraud
.-,._ .v.f...... the" hlnil'l' streak wastutpuaou Call and tee pecimena: no20-3m
: --- -- water st ply. oct-ara
HEREBA, Proprietor. '
with the wine, as his steam li Low Sth1pleandFanoyGPALAfiA
.cted
Tilghman's
case
>r But every
.? in the streak captured he it lit in Water Jarm will call you up before BEATTVS ORGANS Se d Oat:: 'ie
and logne. Address UAMtL. 1'. BEATTY. Wash.
after boer suffers. It never; forgets .
VIGQOF MEN .
your
John Dallow IDitoD.ew Jersey. novi.U
and that .
elf mile race, it. No be can afford to do without -
found encased in the blue overalls it Pri bar of just We.kau __ aM all .
was brought up to the Writeo the Patentee Ua.'of.. ,Syy5e DeIUtF._,.,5.a MRS H: E. ARMISTEAD -
plead guilty, fined the bottle oft NOAH J. T1LGHMAN, pariah Lb. Tsdta, d.v.of 0 ucsaw. WOft'J,. :: .. IJOBNBR :LEMON .AND.'WATER STREETS.X
I ven- .pa pos. b' ,
and all had a good laugh. that felO-t Palatka, Fla.HESTON' cress sod. poet, bod,, I.p: .. e.at.TQs.ethods. J.
the most fun was had 111I. pnn.-a sees. t'.tl.n
to say it After-, lmpo.ib. tart a. Boo.t,1aAaUoaI: 4H GQOD$ W 1RRR.I TED OR MOXEY lliFllfD '''
possible and all enjoyed sot praotsmaii i ro.. Address rractical Millin r & Gress sma kef ;
we tned to get up a toot race be, < LRIL M& 0.. surrAI.o.'N. Y. '

h young and old men; the yDang- I .1

just fauly hid away after seeing "WAY Do" '8WASI RlBBKB." LEMON ST.. FALATKA, FLA. A. D. STEVENS M.E..Manager Engineering Department

bid men perform. There can be W> od Yard i f tf R. MERRILL..Maaager RUcksmith Shops

UnM that their expertness was ., iry-Tbe Latest fitylet and a Good Fit Guar
Hliiirgs A. E. MERRILL, Boll
Manager
--- White anteed. Hats and Trimmings in Profusion.
lady obtained. Welaka I Hats Trimmed to Order When la need of anything ,
has been given out that 011$ STREET, NEAR Uxiox in this line, I respectfully request trial."

be the July centering next. A place hue on basket theof *DEPOT. Hotel. Miill Stevens

CO.'SlCCESSORS
and the Peninsular Hllineering
Ihsted.k 11 the onler Games, of all sorts will be I Hard f>od cut to length, deliveredin W. T. Manager. THE ACME '

and all may rely on aSa all p4 of the city.
!
SPRING
program and all. WHITE FLORIDA. APARTMENT HOTEL
Come one
e early 8 time.and stay late., The young Scrolliwlng and Turning done to QPECIAL.RATESyiaEK OR MOXTH.FtDf'tlt .! TO J. E. MERRILL &; Co.)) \
) order. ae2-tt WHIT CHALYBEATE
and
no" tUR
the JtT8.li1
are afrangi'S pl' "liUCXEYE.ntUs.'t WATER1! ,ath, 8prtDp dII- Befitted and Refurnished with Entirely Kew
charging over 1,300,0 i per hour Furniture Throagooat. Centrally Located conTenient -
Cures diseases of i a U22-t to Depots and Boat Landing Good Mechanical and Electrical Engineers

--- Take Our Word, FO MEN ONLY! I. I Dining Low Room Prices.CV'Fnrni.bed in. Connection, with Corresponding ,

Aide and -ratL0lTaTAIIA6td1B00D-- Rooms,60c to f LOO per Day,
call your druggist to one m ..rJa.dl3 QVS DUIUTT, M. J. $100 to<&00 per Week.
\bim privately which of all the IWttkaMs BWy aa4 SIB*. Ifftcb"UrJErrvrser : urphy. IL A. BURT Proprietor BOILER AND BLACKSMITH .WORK
,
advertised to cure Rheumahe ....i a.0. s y =-II'..OUorNBCOICAL .. T'fJ. R Ul W.Bay Street. JacksonTUle J1a.odtl.J11 .
(dies ____tR" I IULOPI.o"tI&Ue rattto.a.5.a.wrS (

would recommend. If he is .... ,,=ad TtuTItaT-.M.i.,4.l..aNw WWh.r r.d.hn In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Enpnea and Machinery
.
M4 and .conscientious, he will tell Awe. CO,,...BUFFALO..4..11.4a.N.V yell n Street nrd Parlof. of all kinds furnished and set up.' We are making a specialty of buil'ling mall

b nat Dr. Drnmmond's Lightning I & Launch: and Steamboat Hull of Steel. We also furnish Boilers and Machinery

the only one that offers a ** T CURE< and Wood Hulls if desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for West
tfyis will not tOMES ? inghouse Engines. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. "U e keep on hand
Jl of ttJOO for a case it WnoiJESALilIlETA1L: tp YOUfcSELF a full line of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith's supplies. Second-Hand Ma

ind for ordinary cases the money \ rittronbledwlthGonorrlueslf GleetWhltes.8permatoiThces rchlnery bought and sold. Write for estimates and prices.

rued when one bottle does is not the In
"With sensible people this 1 I Big O. It cures in a few days
pest recommendation.: Price $5Citl r. Agent for the cellj l j. W. lIar- __ I without the aid or publicity of aw
Wh V doctor. Non-poisonous and,
address A fall line
Sent to tree
any [ ftU not t .
ft guaranteed stricture.i
the best brands
1 of a
.
Drummond west priitsa.E0
Sh receipt of price CMwrsa America Cte .
Ine Co., 4&50 Maiden Lane, PROM F1VB TO'TEI itannlactared by
i'ort Agent wanted.j ORAKaOVXS. coming In teuton.AUo kTl )ZTU Ch mifal Co.I
Winds, divided Into Iln and tea CINCINNATI, o.W. *GlNGlNNrYTI.JFLORIDflr

lilies] has rooted his fine Jew- bore given loU.wtnl(t porcbaan MtUera. Erery other lot : : : ::: .:: .::::,.. = .S. A.

Store to Lemon street, opposite rat( rirticuUn.r I J.address r. APTIXBY. f'U..urP.y.r Wedding................. .....".....2110 S eo @4SLIMITED. Q. C

I-pt House, where he will be Ia22-tr I mitiaBd.ru.DRIKENNESS. flcandarcl"A A. .." t 80 (
I J.W.Harper:::::: ...;. a CIO .
id to see his customers in future. o. @ffJVnbbsld
Trade a --- -
-
The Jog 'p Country A New Grocery Store!
ELECTKlf nrin RS. orders solicited.KETTRAX ot 3tfTremont from end 1.eat Solid train carrying PaBmaa's Finest BcactDrawiafS ,

remedy is becoming; aD Well JUST OPENED. >tet"Can free ST. AUGUSTINE t.CINCINNATI whboM cbas,.. Lighted wiik gas.DsyCnarfces .
or tiMir BAM. r..iuvi cwe4hrbs.ri.w ban eeaveaieacc of toast,s.otisg aputneai,ett,and are attended" sa experiesdhertcr.

\ and so popular as to need no pM_ .s.ret Dr...OMlme. el N.tttn ckarre. Leaves St.A..m... Dally, TlaO A.M.; JaduMviCc, lft P. M.,CaSa.OatUMoga .

mention. All who hare used tt I*BCBM.. .M a pw.....wUek. ...ear. M ctftS COOPER & CIOK, s.a P. M.;Wara-,let P. K.;Jae.1t P.M. Arrives 11US2 P. M.;.tJaaca,UO A.M.a
la
.i1c Bitten sing the same song of la wttaoattatd.a gloss .BS elm.> of eoOM peuat.* baa or. = (ToIn1aLT a ,..A.M.;OacUastt.TJB P.M.sad Cakag,I_A.M.

A medicine does not exp a.e.lw tar,.wh ..M& *W p.e..os a ..d.r_l..al enu" ___.._ NORTHERN purer
it is guaranteed to do all that ..r.r.a.*. **a.ry FSZ-t.. aa.e......gives ..j---- STREET. XEAR1a ACDO.I I liTHE Dill TIIII.

Liectric Bitters will cure i.w.. wu- .ta It IIr,t...T1..7..a._00 5S saapr.ts.s.a (......1I&lnT vir.LLfiNTRALLY : TlSn GA5CE POUXTRT ; 'P.l.u.. Mars Bard SMpiat c.n ...JACXSOMTILLK ..CINC1OfA Tf wita-c eJ..ce.
I
lases of the Liver and Kidneys, tae star kqe&e ..zt.t.IIOLDCV ..... tw LOCATED. EGO Jackmevine Daily,,..P.K.CaDalwl.a p.M.War-.10:3f.P.II.J..11'"P 11at .:
n"C'O. rropd.t
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt SlJUI-.TI. To Cj TEAR Thoroughly Renl ALL TBEi : I Ii AND TEGrrABL7.S.aa.AIl Maoos.5.13 A.lot Ad is, kM A.M.; path oety I.CIOP. II. Lean aatt..se TOG
'n and other affections caused by 41 pace ".. Si had .tACL i Rates, 2.00 to fXU per day.1 .)L.rriv ia Gad.asd,I:so A. u..MCI Qicaco Ia>>P.JL

i blood. Will dnve Malaria from & au,, : i Das orders will receive prom Through SWepiag Can Ian Cattaao ga far Wathkgtoa,PkiUdctpbia aae>i4ew York at US A. Mol

tem and prevent as well as cure P -S. attention. mt Scenic Shenandoah Route.
arial (nen. For cure of HeadPonstipation JIOY13-lDa cto n.h"lIi Corner Fourth and Olive StreeU Vall9Y

and Indigestion try DruataUoM Pa1alu,'Florida. apJa3m Vn.aO Fcitcrn PleUtn ... .... u b. by&Jane Ii. es by a7 aJ rail r..t w. Fa beech tefava"
C Bitten. Entire satisfaction taJ. 1 ocn. I and aU iafarauUM,.p *y to a.y Ticket Agent w rkrid..a,w

or money refunded. Price r>.. a I arl...+..e.r,... f fI F. M JOLLY) DiaL .
heed to. ., ei. NOTICE PtM Atf. ,82 W. Bay St,Astor Block,JACKSONVILLE, FIA;
wp
bottle at & ..... 1..tl .B"Y. I ,
and fl Lowry y 5..1.
1.
per
w IX PERSONS ARE CA' JtinT' J
.... W Mar .. .. TIOXTD
L W.
.
is wet. Ir.ltlfa.Ir Wa&1Of.
da and C.X. KIGHT :
.c. w .sht IDW V-
d sU. \ ..1M ........ M rllr I tlaeditmyWife Batt1.lln \tilUn4on ,
w.1 -- r 11 r ,..
.ta.tUUae mama ot. Gea'i Pa Ticket Art ...
l&Mk&Ti : :__ ..pls. ';sere.. w..r: rip.r 5,.sonthV tnatmeIL M ; t r_ 1'r my acoonnt,as I wiD pay to btUs of heV <*ntracttng < .OXVILLEUNN. I.-Ge.!P. Aet 'I'
_
aa.M.w ave. 1T4..a.1r u r after this date she Baring left rl y'!'e& -AT.LANT.\.iA.1-
I Ia 'T1E'tS'' '" PaiIESTS TtUTED.!!...DOL...!k.n L ass board without hut cause.AprUlXhlKtt. b .. 3
told mend,Postmaster Jarvis, of I w 4.r.MAIL-DWtFI.... .T"L.1 h.---IW .tl r-.-..A.___ .... r / /
| made us a bnef call Monday. I 1---.r. wafts t us. .... N. L w. f.MIHI. use.un rt IL a.l-4w KEXRT B. VTLK'] rv/.y


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was,. : ;
TKAh1cKENZtEtc6Uit7Z. # } "" \ a Dooly County ( .. 5
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t ornCBl 1a aJ BuJ1jlar. .. .- on tints.. ..--".. .t:.tft -: ,Jn *dMvi there were !III' .
_sce. l : ': gaged iti the robberv.
'- "oC Cuts :J
-----: BeT. In D. H -lAt&e" and here think /
---- Chereh nest Uae MeI'7.f '1i. ob r7. many
=- ..tsoi. in the l kAt Vase. 8..r.' has not been named ..
Mar. preach HU Br.Uaer'" .1a
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bCSSCBIFTION'L tc"r.lf'.are caged in the att mpt, but
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IJ Sec flout ke fOr Ule (information. These

. ; tea," wWcti n3eseea at.IM Futch, Floyd and Ilayman

PALATKA,FLA., JUNE 3,1892IlAerie ,)HQ;d 1Ilgh\ ESPILLE, PIr May 29.-Early the hired, tools of some I

'.. .' :Gaverner Safford Thomas'Floyd, the fourth in finer express'circles-plumage and, and
;::;T -- or. The ) .
will e0o visit his. for Ne" York him dance his relief .
Yowler "Jac k' brought to or
leave express robbers, was
mood honte. i Saturday. I this city and jailed. On Friday FLOYD GROWS r

Mr. W. D. Riley, of Satsuma, was .,1l'a1otka. w last Floyd staid at Jonesville, at While the large GRAND
Tickets/ .
jail this morning, and Fl<
tn town Tuesday. and ret****** J all 8th, at OB'e the house of Mr. Nipper. A questioned widely kn '

Dirs.,J. DL A. Killer,ot SaD Mateo, for the r __!" > account Mr. Xincaid wrote a note to Alexander said: "You
Tnesdaf'd r. ventton, via J., T. << 'ennel* saying that Floyd was the truth Floyd; I was
wa&ln. town 1hdo. Yesterday morn myself." Floyd replied
neighborhood.
.
this of- K.. yi,. gray.Oa kle of fun in the
BartlettoLTampamade took his corners
6 o'clock Floyd up
ce. pea&aDCU,-uesdaT' end from' different and arrived at the house of light would eyes never: have"If I tackled had

'was apleasant antI report having good ? Bennefield eight miles from !
N.'na.tieJ' olaa }{ateo of th THE JASPER
Mr. .1; ie week,ed,aa a the Suwannee River,
caller.Mondays dart[ near Now who was it that
"Dee. ,0' /trees and the crops are the west end of the county of Jasper yesterday
the
ETerybody.should attend .be Sheriff Fennel, ex-SherIff not Bob Floya. :Some
K1 onday
Stool" .the opeia louse Chief of Police thing a fake, while :
Wet ember the "Deeatrick C. Tucker, .
the man was killed :
night. pen at Fry's Opera House. and Deputy Sheriff Cullen left has wrong been hidden away. PRICES

C1rua"who attended the tonVEtioo ;n*I Light at 8 o'clock. for .TonesTille or Nipper's saw going back to the station j
1)r. at Old, Po,:int I/ -__ where Kincaid had soen Floyd returning with a buikt

ot, t j q.nrgcons returned OD Sunday laaL: y T. Wfc.m It H.r'C.aara.. they found that he had gone to but no bullet-riddled man .. .
mfoitYL, PALATKA FLA.by 6- the least.
7 I '.. Minding the latter they! say '
in the UrgS window *VA number of pictures left with .Nothing new has AT
Those quail him if Floyd was at his house. Davies' "hold up" at ]
al'uUel.. .ta4isaud E.! K. Farrar before
Awards' barber shop ,Jiatb'for framing,are yet uncalled were evasive until he was Southern, and it is
by.1 '
a Itnklng attraction to pa*era jThis is to notify the owners' of lsed a'part of the reward. Then that a Joke was

began biscorey with only' two bi1'goods that If the same are not Called id he would dud out. Returning some of his comrades. I' '
replenished until the large within thirty days they will be sold house FLOYD'S .
lets that Floyd was at his
,full. Some T cover charges. MRS. FARRAR., The following are The
window fr quite Tailor
room asleep. The officers loon Flovd
cN. lets found on } : /
art very:
birds just hatched. A practical dress-maker desires In custody as he made no re- JONESVTLLE:, ,
: .
,
active. y L at sewing or dress making. See DEAR BBOTUu""l" am

P.''White left 'yesterday ill is special column. TLOYD'S COKFESSIOX. bad trouble and I want to

perunent Millspend ,-.,Pa., where Wh I- .u .a.. ;arhe... twenty-four: yean of age. I get but thereon I have not, and got I 1 want cent 41 Lemon: Street for the Next3CNMT5

the summfenpassed .Mtf basdebUy'fond The McMeekinAlliance. will give al Vienna, in Dooly County] me $20 (twenty dollars) t a .... ,

of a change, ... .w public basket ptewc to-morrow '( Both my parents are dead. where my people are one '" ,

the last two summeua rely.mpshire day), to wblch ;Ul Alliancemen mother died when I was eight nie, I got into some trou
and Michigan, day, and while in a fit of
at the those favorable to the order are old. My father marrying again, and killed two men, and/

it Is a truth in medi cure uunallest ritcd. addresses will be taken by a gentleman by the pends on my getting out

dose that petforfr Risers The M OBTiUe Brass Band will be of William Minor, living at try: and I have BO mone

the best. JeWitt'sUttfornith hand .,furnish the music. Ga. H smallest pills, eek, three days and nights J
are the frank and clerked for him for a while. Last
the be.UTb / past pkates'glven; the < any further. "Dear"
cure and. are Icketson hospitality of the people of I came to Florida and picked send me that_ much_ m(

*fanny friends of ia success a rare treat,s la store for all who j for James Bennefield. in the up there you shall be

wfi be gels Camp, attend. __J_ end of Alachua County, at whose If imprisonment I am caught for it life'm // : ,
miiitnngbnsln I
in the UI that "Late to bed and early to rise I was captured last night. From be taken alive. If yd"
A" Ie* wit I i d'. I went to Orange Lake the I can get af
California. pang shorten the road to your home In money w Hats
the Gold BUI Del/connected', b1fllith. skies. }Nt early to bed and a for Bias Bennett at the have no clothes onlY/*I i Straw

i;. Rich e a day" Early Blest,".the. pill that makes trade. This winter I worked my! valise b in Tampr/send P AIider'f .... Hatsa
and better and wiser. P. In February please
croshiog thirty of meeting on longer ra packing otanges. the fire train. Send f ,
Peek. to Tampa and engaged in pack Archer Fla. and dorf* "
,
\Ve'had the V Bissen,.of De- Line
Florida Fruit Erok inge. [ 1 for Captain Fuller, where on Ita but send it M AT COST Must be Sold
Wcdnedday era of that spicy whom I had known and don't put your fn -...
The aaaaal r etttg of the in with King, --"' -
-'\
; Landone of tJMr. Bissen, how age but put "Emma/no/ ,
holders In the Florida Fruit kch m Georgia., Jim Hayman alias I 1 .

journal is the cnAheTummer.i3 I Lexington. j...a Win ba lid-is J.ehaov.i e- !' am., and Futch ,I only knew hoping suspect to anything hear fro >n I I Lh'Tate' forpie.J .'.. O. down Jo $ "",,

_>where rerj he dj, June 9,1 W, at 10 a. m. Me ',before the robbery. the money. Send once. | Hats, fomerll .2.2.. down to Vl. .
fine .Jew her who get it by next Sate f H* onneriy
earn* e precut, ale TI BeT TALK OF THE BOBBERY. trer $2.00 down to 125.
R J; on street, opposite A"T my love to alL :x i 1lts formerly
q&eMetl.to M out peonies favor < Haymaa first broached the again but I truly h. J. : $1.75, down to 11.00.
he wUI be nata
ehy'towhere some member, whom they know in fORlerly SI.fJO
ef the robbery to me. I said wnte nor send the f now 00 cents.
TntnamU. ...coitomers future. atUad'-mme lobe, flI4'with Jhe 8e that r was going to Manatee but send it to nee, ; hats. formerly ,1. .'), now 80 cents.

please d ild1ng> (. going '**-. .Sf M rates' of 'eee fare 'wait a day or so and I will Florida.* Love a er : Hats tprmerly $ .00, now 75 cents
aft "from lov I hats
your
and will be ready for oc- tee rewd teip will be inwrted'over 'on.to something fat' .He said ble .Bob' i formerly 75 cents, now M cent

rap t July 1. lines.' Tickets 011' sale June 7 and ,was a man going to1 farms! 11. S.r-I know !>uld not A CHEAPER)UALITYT00 NUMEROUS
good to retern un'llJ.'lLB. me $20 when .1 save TO Map
: to: pay their expeeaet.to San
: ;)finless and stupid if your f "
ck and sluggish if; : J. Riles has mevedirjis ise Ftttch scene with the.money and Good-by., Bennie X enc letter / t. .; .

jour ap- elry: 8Mto. Lemoa skeet, op;> Hayman half, $50, directed him Uncle Noth for send it, 1
capricious and uncertain
you Putnam House, he will his and my expenses oa.. and once so he can ; 'lit he .H
parilla. For best results 'whe.i for '
tell him I send < &
Itfitt. P. F. Peek., pleased to see Ms .'" ia $50 would pay his and King's f
I' did not knew what wan brother .&. X"z1], Lliie ox
n.n. W. V. Lucas; si-SlMe '
rS..A. Maker, the boss mill man. 1 we reached Plant City, There THE LETTEIf"' '
of Iowa, says: "I have9 used
1\way from JacksonTille dropped Iain's CoughSpeedy in .f informed that a large, among of JONES' FLA., "
>lee us Wednesday. Mr. Baker's my was to be sent nortfa' by a cer DEAR Uxc in bad
mill i&located at Satsuma IlighU, and have no Imitation in saying it train and we were to hold and want g ere, and
an excellent remedy. I believe,it is not got a cet ney> and ydeCIotbing and
ere, we are pleased to state,be is dog and gut the safe '
Jut Is claimed for it. Pesoas t? get any am getgoou
excellent business.It .
an '
)j a cough br eoM will httt a frI OITZK A REVOLVER. f on foot and I to

is a fixed and immutable law that There k no daag frame said I bad no gun' and was given I te got n"d"ollars in-soma(Sj/e get with

to hire good, sound health one must cough when this remedy Is freelyj h. 44-self-acting Russian mode the other day pt and

have pure, rich and abundant b1( od. ro cent bottles for.sals by Ackerman ; &; Wesson, the same'the officers of them; and /mattert_
There is no shorter nor surer rents Stewart, druggist. '' me. Each of the others had death with m[ I can get : iGenteFurnisliiDg t c -

nilla.than by a course of De Witt's Sana- If the steamer St. Augustine ,had '. new model. I said, If there will be safe aPI 1 it and plaT be Good;
Uncle
not pie
_
blood to be shed I d wish'
riyed at Orange Mills,flats' at high once. Sent me at
The "Deestrick j Skool" at Fry's .'- 'There will be trouble t
no on it but
the run would have been made in don't_put m i
Opera House Monday, June 6 at i 8 cle
train
ittle over fire hours from D said. When the slowe( Ed. Laranc please Y 1 ATC
P. m. Tickets, 60 cents; children half tille. King should} mount the en for I want here and if
I never can.
price. get some ;
I did not ten the engineer to train .
Mrs. L. ,B. Patton, Rockford, did. send send/the-first/ r
Bright people aue the quickest to his damper, and if King get .

recognize a good thing and buy it. We writes: "From personal experience not hear him. .itbyb, ICEmg nephew tly Deduced
can recommend IeWitt's J Pri
lots of
sell bright peoplethe;Little:Early RATTLED liT THE xcm>EB. .
Risers. If you are not-bright these a cure for Impure blood and ] and Ilayman went' Into the :The! envfi9ddresaedas : r
Leary I
kY
pills will make ton so.-,',P,P.peek. debility. P. F. P.elret Stirs. K. 7 ,
and
car, Saunders re- County, 1 .
Mr. I,.F. Prysdaje; of JacWonrille, ""O -0 and had killed Finch Go t
AN EYE i AY TO JAJL.
was In the city this week. ,, l x OPENER.. tUed and ran. Thk, caused a }; .. I
:: of the whole lot, ",I do not Sheriff etlOn of Orange ,

R. J. JUles has moved his fine Jew ."' 'THIS SPACE I. '. anything about what'took place of Volns SheUey, of J'1uste! Reduced before Mov
elry Store to Lemon street express car. I was told that two Monday'
iatfa
opposite .... ..,. arrived iStor Come
Putnam House, where he will_ be t ..woi7 21-.1:i.occrrizii. .. BT' .. Ilayman:been killed.and myself After went the on flurry the from Gapi with Bob \ Early to get Fi

pleased to see his customers in the <"THE POPULAR IDAHO, side of the river north. I was boyish ro> d route to l

fniare ; ; them until they were killed at Notwi dighla expected
It will be seen from an adrertis- c Tr!L RAY'PBor'R, o Bluff I saw Hayman falU I I was ke ea lame crowd

Dent In another column that the Po- .iIo WILL'TELt. 'TOU- ,but seeing to hold the np attention my hands of and the ;the dep
moms Lumber.Company is for the the rob A
offering T-HCABOCT TIDE: GOOD turned for moment toward Messrferl and WIgg, the Finninge
sale a saw mill, with seTsnty-horse engine I suppose, I condescended to at the IF, ere introduced
steel boiler CTTT AT THIS BESOBT.RJ another effort to escape.
,eighty-horse saw ma- and wa>nl recognized.
chine locomotive TLOTD'S LAST MABCH. d took Floyd
setenty-two young :.Eilcshs. moved his fine Sherf pn
mules, etc. This is one of the most elry.Store to 'L mon. street, made my way to, PAlatka, and Undo ;;,.D ht. t. : HABERDAS HER. .
the track of the Georgia ijouth-: IK JAIL
complete saw mills in the State. A 'ittBftm Hose, where he will turned
Florida Hampton
rare chance is DO1offered to e,e I!ileaeed to>e his.customers in II y1.-Sheri
any thea the 41 LEMOJCiSTREET
toward Waldo through son b t ID Floyd here on a ipestfght. OITCsIn: PUT z
desiring to inrast in a first-class sawmill to Paradif, three ties north of vial The officers seem .... no

c. W.''M RVIN, : vU1e.;and then finaHv to Butiedge to Bennefield's and to, to be n now tisfied.Fo in.jail here charged U *' .

.L Rts rr .
vftiiur. t -
in the
I
was captured/ slept nested ;
e' some way'co
The capture of Bob Floyd,the last gf G&ADCAKDflKTAL DEPABTMXXTA one night near Waldo, and had with ed w 'Besides Mitch, them e I<{

the gang who attempted to rob the'express : -or::D'DSSU-: but three biscuit which kind is 1u M f' ,who was exposed ''.s "- ." ,

car 'ion the J. T.1t K. W., baa cave me, to eat from Wednes by Fl, appears ,to have been M ,

relieved the minds of our people of a untjl Saturday morning at the rdtftnan' iu the. gang. 'Futch t
troublesome burden of excitement did o its'name; nev rsaw him (.
WAST jo co:TO --sAifroRD in. t Y t' .* t..,
"
-tvery one now'breathes free and >
1) says be does not like the idea p tl ,
Ittags are settling down to a calmness taken to SanfonL' He is a cee n ughtmafteriousidersbte

tntf gently whispers of a sunny lose; young man, about'$ feet sh- 'de ire work. Ire was a well .. ,f....
cnscftned by cyclone's deadly breathjffrqnrocked K in-hignt; weighs about 115 or hi of Wilson-i&e.bufjrtar g + :: '

by wintry storage ; has dark hair, thin4, car- klll y police of Tampa a few :. ,.
1# A STintlAL TXKTH OJf GOLD, and most curiously light mo He came very bye '
r
.
1 ,We truly beUeY ?De Trm't'-XHtle A ALtmiuM MMI wam.'tr o.t whiter for Such dArt hair ca b finallr captured ..+.
and GO .
Isii y 'Blwrs to be fie mlet'aalilaal ".. ct CBOWK was The only time he hesitated [wood. ... :.
vas nun was a Fort Tampa
was when asked him about fo
effectfye,most prompt a l eo% ...GilllMefll.3. lie had wriitea a4 gives I Jennings. Just how he
.J'U.'f.
for bniousaes with the affair if at
pill / dips.tiobndUV.UYeZ.P. to man fw hia. j (
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