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

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. r *' FAUTIA, FIAmr A, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 182. VOLUME S-NUIMK 18.tMAkTMiA .


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..,.. L ftKirr, I I PROHIBITION CONY1NTJON ewduee to the arbitrary coatrol of- -, SHERIFF;,' SHELLEY SHOT.I I same face-that of Tax Assessor M-

1:1: To ?It TftM or PrrxAMf election and prices. should be .' vY".. M Williams the present tacos
ro ; hiWted. -
bent and Mr.J. P. Appleby, .nte>-
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re.p.a Fifth. We declare in favor ot
1)&Rearm .cwlf sr i ., ,a restrictive
., ''. -..-.;.:;; "- f. tbq omrc.u immigration so framed a* man well qualified for the position
PARTICULARS OF.THE AFFAIR-THE:
DELEGATES NATIONAL PROHIBITION -
THE
.1 eiaA,Ia act TO
w. ... totee to exclude the pauper, the criauaal thoroughly identified with th intera; ***
:= ,..iwtet lteaadia, anti CONVENTION the insane and the anarchist. We WOUND PAINFUL BUT NOT
., ta.mt.t r1: spa of the county, having resided here four
=...... ........ id x of W laM w:HuiZN. SELECTED.A ferther declare fa favor or lequinng of SERIOUS,. twenty years (and never before-
". I r.... till; eeh tmalgraat upon landms; upn our
offered himself as a candidate for any
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ConftUtuiion
u14 f'oPt !6"eeati neck shores an oath of allegiance to tne
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"\ ;" -.: "' ,' of the United States.Sixth w' office); an uncompromising! DcmoaaC.

,:., ---;;. w. Fmll .*!U Tlck t t. Be X.=aah4 kytk. .. That the tariff question is not The announcement on our streets and an honeeC &ig i. I think I vo er

W_:[ht'' A* oowrrYCTBM : b. ieipele.p K..tln c.......... edCaa4l1ab.e one of geaeral intelligence,but I* com :Tuesday mornihg.ths sheriff 8cell y the sentiment, oi the community wbeau
who
N NioaMe,, n.1 a aaldlt 11 te.ar, prehended. only by specialists I ivy' I .ope":1: : 1>*. Appleby will fcf
... .. f fasfitit from this J.r C.t7 ern have made a tboraefh study of all Its bad been shot created quite an excite.

v J.et"Ntb. G-. ilaalfa peiGtt k, B V Way of een .. .. Nam.4.. '. letrkactet. that a* a 'political party ment. The particulars of the affair are elected by a.l rlte n/ajority I knowIhataeateof
: question it has be nand will be used to ttaexndidates think they
,
atT. r'bsl4toad.; the tmnrferF.C.
tie Sad
otoetire issues. about as follows:
other
( great aoviwtage
have
::1' ;;,ft& UUllr rig A P. at'HampSewMa- :W. therefore 'nor'the regulation of I II Lawrence sajQ ; : of their opponents
colored
7Ra ,, .O' Mr'Pori.1I : the tariff commissteo I Goodwin a mans by belonging to the Palatka King--ihCcharaaing
I pll to :About. 11 o'clock Tuesday awraing, by a non-partisan I
cotrmrt l' ,with the purpose to the who resided in the western section of body, winch claims the distinction -

_Xa. ***7M oaMi mX .: -alasl 1w -. "NOl Nso June 14-th, delegates to the State Pro- a<; aal necessaries of life and. pace the the county,about fifteen: months ago of crushing the'asplratlons of

......(.c t7e;....+a1. Za.ry.a.t T.aairo'f' .-i'- < ./. -tip. 'CHI .& Nov htMon Convention began assembli'ag befdea wealth of rather taxation than ou the the protected i had the misfortune to lose $1* wife, to any one outside its magic circle; but

'!. ..,...a.u... .... ,'&. .--....&.' at the Court House, this city, to select stricken, classes of the on nation poverty., and to I whom he seemed to have been mach we country folks say "down with the ,

\ro 41.vwy Asenrseia.Ste : delegates to the National Conventionto protect American labor' from the Irregularities attached; and being of a superstition ring-let the people rule.

,..:.. DUlicum ;Tors,i orOonrrvt 1'Jp. 1ahaw MIL with Surhorse be held ,ia :C oclnoat1 on the nth in prices between it andforrigsi turn of mind he suspected an old colored The churches here are well attended..

.:. ''steeletbr labor.Sevellb. I man in the neighboihood, who is The Baptist reorganized their Sunday
f; y insUnt also to nominate caa4idte The President aad Vice-
_ .f tanbSa..eaoe Y..arrewM President ,.f United States and 'reputed to be a "cunjurer as the School last Sabbath with a fair membirablp. -
w oaoe'Ot'Taz'Aaae.ao: oC'tsaI o-.e,: chio., : Trinmet three River for Governor and other: State officers, State tfce"' Sea ton should be cause of his wife's death. A few weeks t
.ubteet to.:...... ;.t._la..ee.tlerant' : Frank 'Finer and MatchI paW I
}aaE.a.ririfdy, lilt,.. ...... x: sr TJkl> Follies, one put county tickets the field., appointa elected by direct vote of the people.hDighth after her death Goodwin went to the MIss Belle William, who has beenv

w.x, MIIL Shay, t e, thre* Locgiag C&rsT new Executive Committee; led Law should be enacted pro- i old man's house one sight, and calling attending School In Jacksonville, bas

_ urfuxrir Att:licaciaTCCrso.X' :' for-'" '>*f a f scveateen transact such other business as would tectiag social r shettM purity sot,be and Iethan the aRe.ofconsent 18 him out commenced a deadly assault returned home to enjoy a well earned'

I Y six ci f. Log Carts; come before them. yean. upon him with a knife. The old man vacation.

__ b<,.ta.raMt totMtMlM cl B..is....I fcarfci'fcjiy sat ditb. I am; Wafoa or addrefi; all In good con- About nine,counties were represented NiMh.Ve believe that the laws .f was horribly butchered and left at his Mr. H. A. McKcnzie's family (with

... 11M1t u s aiN.t+M.. .* f+ s Co. by thlity.'five to forty delegates.It God.,and man demand that every?person : door as dead. Goodwin de ,..... Lrat..Yaa.rtio.'o ....|. MoC. .. oxoat. I and should have. one day's rest In *
ncWAdtnt". | lua, Fla.GF was an intelligent representative rant for lU* arrest was siren to the spending the summer months oa the .
.
... ( tM., .II..... tte seven., .
n4 fe 0&1::.tsutr eaa... rt.l .' aBMbyaaami'Haas young body of men,.and the usual accompaniment Teeth. W. farther: declare the Issue Sheriff, who has been diligent In his place here. Mis Estelle has gone to

P. tirrn ..... active Address, with of other' convention, such of prohibition to"be paramount to any endeavors to caoture him. Sheriff Augusta, Ga., to spend the summer, U>

-:--'" .. ,, ;, a tils, paper. as a drunken delegate here" *ad there other before the American people, and Shelley, learning that Gaod yin had re- the regret of her.young friends here,,

_ .$ ,JCDW.'.. -. .t was coBispicBously absent. It i. ia- Invite all who are agreed to vote turned home last Sunday,aDd made the with whom she It a great favorite.

0 "Koran Or Ttra : 'A Balls BAROAHA ten-acre rally charged to profeiblteonUts that |with: us.I'hO"'o1JOWlB. were elected delegatesto statement that he would never betaken Mrs. Shook, who has very ill, Is now

,--1at a os.dNasiiaI otrv.4Oo tome, fa h hammock; while outward signs are temperate each the National Convention at Cincinnati alive he (the Sheriff_ ) went out convalescent, and is visiting her SOB

uoe : .J b>s sto dMtee r ie* on native crank patfeekes a private bottle, sad Monday evening on the Florida South in-law, Hon. Thomas Hind, of Georgetown -
t.he ...Nepil.. std the bu* rom to by acci.Bak>fl: J. H. Wells,
lit pM'tf. : sour syirt, one what h* denies to others the right to ern to Johnson Station, and after sum:. 'if'
Wx.-.eWlTL% IwyesmeV, ntsayofbeannsj iiea are now himself. Tampa; A.W. Biddle;JLawtey; J. G. *
enjoy freely indulges
: be had 1,900 moning a posse proceeded to the house Mr. Bernard Appleby, who has beeo.
Mw on Duckworth
Bonnell) Lawley; T. A. ,
r LLLCEOa. e..1 trma of paymeat The sale will There was none of this' visible In where Goodwin was sold to be. It was spending the wiafer here has gone to. .

TOTEM 'o phi iuMiil Iaeitade ha and two, ores of pine this Convention, and no occasional Orlando; C. H. Green, Daytona F. in the early part of the night. The South Carolina to visit friendl, before. ...

tad. B KkuaUac aad fishing pear. going out to interview, a friend around M. Mnrcheson, Jacksonville; -:E. H. house was, surrounded; and the Sheriff he returns to his home in Texas, ; -

uj ioimR for 'address t isna er.Xi1 the corner. Thy stuck right to bnai.nen Padgett, Falatka; Bev. J.? H. Hawley, S. R. Causey, our popular p6staia*...
Tax Me made the approach to the'side of the
Copeeror of Grove Park. ter, is visiting friends in Jasper G*:
.oInat1o.bytM Iraty, ;there was no wrangling no office. building, containing ,the doorway. Welaka will have a grand jopificatioav.
D-- Lady la this; city, seeking, no "friends to reward or foes I The above delegates were oreviously When within! a'few' feet of the porchhe on the Fourth of July,to which the
Te C. BLl, who is a aqK pu dresiaafcer, desimsnt nominated by a committee of three, a*
inside people of the whole JTmitland Peninsula
to and of :
; j punish five or six discovered Goodwin and immediately -
'at MKng or dreM-meliBg ft follows: F. A. Curtis, J. 'G. Sca men are invited so the crowd..
among
hours State Convention met ;
the day .or week. Kates a organized commanded him to throw
up will be found
CBAOKJCS.
_ 11tNjt. AtMreea; "V-," Drawer ; transacted f!their business and and E. H..Padgett. his hands. Goodwin at once threw a 4

ttem4i Ot L.r. .7. Jrai Je32r adjourned. Delegates were authorized to select, up'his hand, but he held a rifle leveled It is' a truth In medicine that tn..

?.ewdawW Gi von IPO* .8 .- In the absence of McQueen Auld, their own alternate, with no InstrnoMOBS. I upon the Sberl( led instantly fired, smallest dose that performs the cure ia
,
date fec.t1! ttaar .
the best. De WiU )
Chairman of the State Executive Com Early Bisersv
Pasas Irtr. e- sMka toMMaiug 30 t the ball striking the left arm near the
eager The following were elected Presidential are the smallest pills will the
cur win aoaday.'and ihlidt, fenced; ,9m Orange mittee, the Convention was called to wrist shiverfag oae of the.bones and perforat
and the
cure are best. P. F. Peek.
tr. <* which are 0M bearing order and on motion'a temporary orgsn electors: J. H. Wells,-Tampa; coming-out sear the elbow. Sheriff
uae.de i.t iii.r.arl treesPLch, Plam and other A. P. DeWotf Crescent City; N. J.
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>atsec was effected by the election 4'with Winchester AUla. VUrM !"Me. O.A.B.
Shelley was an a
,
t. ]laic.I. stein: hoses aa4 water; near PalMa A. Or
F. Curtis
itMtfea. r a. Price, Jl,0ee. of.Jehu S. Finch, of Falatka, a* chair TtigMBMB, ;' shotgun, and' seefag the lateBtioa of Owing to the absence of many members
lando.j .
AMreas M. H., DALTOK, Paatkae saw, andJ G..DonnUof Lawteytas Goodwin, fire*'ato; the twe snots bfJ- the slated meeting of this Post
nSSSi Bei.x.. of Grove .Park, '
Hawley
j ,
aawetary.f fog so doer that they'ieemedafareltaaeog are suya.de&until the first Tuesday lav:
together
-t .... aras plaaed ia nosaiaatfan f r GoverBor, '
-fJD motion Messrs. E. H. Yadgett November next at 12 o'clock
m.
itecaL *. Bat the shot of the ,
l:4I,h Daxoc- ,, Fetitaat LseJ:.FKh IBIrRet Nertben|g always.aM 'Wm. r.fON e- and ;lered.W.l Fott" mp Ku'>* tea aoaiaNiea, of q b t P Stim'* '. 1 nJftftM WWW *' Sheriff war.user* deadly ta ksed.OL P. llQcEcr: |\
**"'cgbncftucriJar left to the tae BBC** '
Cllr:TT tI Yrtatbr.la..et :, .mWltfJAtE wen appointed a committee on recepttoa The buckshot w1th'wbio"tbe gun'" p.Commander.' t
r'$ I UQty Y ; oa. entire Commiktee.'Atmetiea .'

sa: : Three Small Houses ;tbat jeaeii Delegate sent!a loaded eatere*'the heart of Goodwin' ,Jest a* sere a* hot''weatheicomi}| 1
iurtUU MYaa Messrs. A. W Blddels, W. L .Feazeil. sad he died iMtaatly.: *
....V1diI BHro4 ,8**f9. Mast be lilt ff******Am **f MAX! CAI- State j AAttaiBl there will be more,or;; lea bowel coat, j jyidaity.
iMUefttfcei tr tse..f .tiei A. P DeWalf Francis TreeMeod .*9* WBKCV W IMVU W t
avid a bargain can The wound ef Sheriff white
great Shelley
*
I ttra'E1 Ird'.6is.er to, Ae Exeeetive Committee; 'was pdsiathathis Every
bs eia* C.,.F, DKNHOK, and C. H. Green Committee on "Hat- painful, Is "feet; considered! dssjfiuui.His persooHMdespe r

Mint Coll Pj ,0. 16oz.Mr apti-tf foam! aad .F. H. Murcheson, J. 6. many jTrJeW w-fll Ve jajalatu 'to .i Hj aailie, ought to h j

Beaaell and F. A. Curtis commHte! 'The mowingesolutioa was adef4edResolved. : *. .oJ sea reliable medicine at hand for.s
ear PTA* .- Seasoned see him out again -NeB. "
'prrocaa ,.- That the "ProhibildonlaM t- stoat use in case it I* needed. A
-uE- on permanent opgalea4u
+ of Stacie the alton waViai ape we hare
tarrteR ai.oee of Florida IB eeavtatiou '.. ...r recea. Feuding tae- report of these '
eem- received: the stetemeat and
June following
Faiasaa "14 M/f ail
reqaeH re- and sV
; Diarrhoea Remedy j
Bead huardars eItM
at you may mittees on motion of Kn. L X
et ,
Prohibition
o* fenaerSto the verdict of the coroner's soy '
1.la1
:
oataia the sdvaiauge* Of''redueUoB. what you ought to have and all that
.aaesat. Householder, of Palatfat, the ConveaIfeu.adjeurned of this State wklaounI, to .
Party ,
< Q. M. awm. th* .Ptoaeer. Cistern [conf.) you would need, even for the meet
;, TOrt : J t".r. ,Af8a. to 2 p. m. pertr,'m heWieg .oouaty .eaa I .esUonsaad We, the Coroner jury, afL r'.ykw> severe and dangerous cases. It is th

w ..- 1re r y. ,At 3 p. m. the Committee on" Plat' BenifiatiBf .and caa Mate1 felt her o63 the lug the. body of Law pence' Geottwio' heat the,most reliable and most acaul '
aY ae1 .. nnriTiCk form[ came in, smiths Convention was State 'Lansktercr oawaty new lying IB the porch of Edward treatment known, and is plea-
rtaan Co ears.It > to, Daaae ,Bto for First-das called to 'orJr Chairman Finch ears, so that there maybe a chance to .ose, ana ezaaahiiac his ant to take. For sale by Ackermaa AStswart
by the'thraldom of the old
S DS' uI o MMR hfaaar, fi sitpyt etc .Bf thing, first ; eseaae from wounds and the witnesses, do find that dru< + "aaia .... Haw,**Hverf to aU part of the prayer was offered by Mr. W. L parses, and to reform the politics of the 'said Lawrence Goodwin came to

red 1tV. tt F neU. the State. his death from a gunshot weead lied The boor for holding the mid-wees]

The committee on permanent organization This resolution WM opposed by several by James H. Shelky Sheriff of Pat prayer meeting at the Presbyterian
,'os t r Ooat*;TO THE: FB KT I ii'haveass nam County, :Fla.,while serviag a****
their and the Convection
"Dtocia plisses Btad report,. which was but was adopted, as Church has been changed from 7:99-
aoct EaM.II: rty to rant for his arrest. ,
rtztrrdbv taaae ftr Psaathm! .. pr4wfeT etaagefMV adopted.Mr. was not authorised to BO t1- We, the jurors, find that the said Wednesday evening to 4:30 same after

es .M a .._F ria* taB4uala; saaallasBOvat ., A. W. Biddle, of Lawtey, was nate county officers the county ticket James H. Shelley acted la eelf.d+fenH; noon. It is hoped that many who could.

tar sea ]F.itas'i of c ash. ,Addre e, with dee made permanent chairman! and Mr. J. were left to the earnest considerationof that we consider it janiaafale hoiakide. not: aAteadvajptems evening service will now.

: y.t tpatto tb.&pp*b7 ant Mx PAATKA TIMES, I{I J. B. HALL
,
srkyroan. tary that such ticket be put In the field at
I* D..F.A.KXD, Make Crip?!**.
.' 1'n :SfJaate'1C+ : sVutz, having left the Mr. Biddle on taking the obair the earliest moment. The feet that theDrocrs. A. KcBBmf; .

e 8' c1V CT r Arfta0feaa Hotel,'has secured a limited thanked the Convention for the honor ; party stands ua'ypo<*4 In F. T. Docouis, So doe Rheumatism'Drnmmoud'-

1 ally won mr ......of' rooaai binished ia the ROM conferred, and stated that he had ,had this'State M:deem eapeeiatiy. oor. > CALVIN (X) DARGAN. tine it hills, tool Dr.
shin. of 6 of appiejs'ad" style- Taeee .rooms' will be In witness whereof I hereunto. set Lightning Hemedy relieve,-*the pain sat
little experience in such matters.The tune far thlPrehtbhion tfehet and
very ,
Ltd tea Boo1to faa retrtatathuocniaal cost to the rightaartsBft. my hand land seal this the 14th day of once, and is warranted to cure. ODe-
Apply at this .... Scretaryread a letter from the they feel sure of polling a coaeiderablevote. June,A: D. 1892.sEAtX bottle five dollars is enough, for
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Inregard [ *. c. W. Estucls price ,

1 aGi l '''17''', SAUL-Near. PalMka'a' to rates for delegates to Cincinnati. ,T&e mSUoa voter plan pee endorsed Justice of the A'eace, any ordinary case. If you cannot get

ti irk*,- >> tM act* place, eeeteiBiBg 600i 't determined Acting Coroner..FRUITLANP it from you," druggist, write to the
!* and they to push
;
trsee aid 900 fruit tree: Fishatteg
oea i -
g f a its DruaMioad Medicine Co., 43-60 ) *!-
'III .. hexeiaf; fi nt-class inway. A moUou was adopted that ihe secretary forward to seeare men Bftmes. FRAGMENTS.: : den Lane, New York. Agents wantetl.Gilli .

ttr..acd IN .u e.p'r. Price, $8,:00. CH. VON write the compaaf, and in tana Mr. G. JV. SeameaeU made a short -

Dtrfl.ulea, NaLka.P.O. jd9-3- the delegate the rate to be allowed. taikon'' the -merile of the New York Cofttpoa4eace. Tabus Times.PRCITLAND. June 16. Jt Giflis are Hiring to loan

F To trade The roll of delegates WM then called. Voice, and urged those of the Convention Froltiand, money on lia proved city property.
a J mD- exchange or As the gen? of your .correspondent
4 4 '' Tos $1)0 era $15,000 Orange ,Grove and The Committee on Platform reported not already taking it to subscribe. i seem to hare fallen Into a Rlpani Tabule purify the blood.

I y.oatac s Y$e't NrtUaay, *a ,..... Ce e4f, for Pa- following He alto reeeaaaended L McQaeenAaWs desuetude
metCoa.rq hrth Ifaaisn and Let.Adduces WALTEB of New A .1 state of innocuous (to nee A full line of Staple and FancjrGrooeries
Smyrna.
toe I socra41Pa ?eisssaa Palatka. jal-t.f PLATFORM: paper lull the language of litti Ruth's papa), Ii at lowest price, at. Gramger's. -
The ordered the
Contt. The Prohibition Party of Florida, in Convention : have'decided to send foe'a few itemsto I
'1 ETDT to Duaae Bra Mr evel'- convention assembled, acknowledetag proeeeAag *.oi this Cefivefitfee p b-. let 'tile other parts of the county Can and examine goods and get.

yam want In the way :ef Fret ,Almighty God a* the source of aH J e.t listed IB the New York Voice and, prices aM be convinced. Also Hay.,
by'l and "rah,'X al sir'.... mltil-tf power, IB human government, hereby Beacon of Springfield Ohio. : know that :Fraltlaad' ,has.not tied op Grain tIM fc'eed.
renaVm their' allegiance to the National ? ) and blown away,thoagh the atm had
it .ur Fat Prohibition & and submit The lollowiag lathe new. Stator Executive : not vite4 us two weeks ago, ,I feo't 21M Tn ......r a...
sba at tai : the following a* their JecIantion of Committee. Jane 14.-The prahsai-.
D.HOMEGPATHIST' p.LLxDo
L. U EATON M. i Low where we would hare bees_ _BOW, ,
to I prinoiale*: E. H. Padgett, chairman, Fala&a.Ifthn '. I suffering nary hearing of the train robbers wsa'
r.u7 for was
traffic everything terribly
Fir*. That the in alcoholic
..rmAf beverage, should be a crime by law R. Finch, secretary, Falatka., from 'the drouth; but since 'tie rain begun here tdray. Fetch, P1OfC1.MotL

MavT araat a,, e 1j aad'a* Hell adequately pwushed, amfthaat F,A..CaM,Orlaa4o. the grass'.b growlue nicely, which Stafford waived a preliminary hafl. ?

EWuTcE Mtn. QIE iiiBi_ FmT'Btocg, PALATKA, pr!. the manufacture, iraporla4ioa,'exportation J.,N.Waldron, treasurer,Daytona.H. I means,lice to the cattle and 'plenty of and were renuwded to Jail w4th vsV

a t Y ana traasportatioa at Mibeveraget B, Archibald hcUoe t1e.1Wr. DatterXio their owners the I bail McXasuua: was tried. Tfcsr
i tNww llevK-4lo H ... n. l to < p. .. milk and ;
tWJTk ,iko should be Bawley
ji ty tb* prohibited ".1 .' N. Grove Park. evidence being rather contradictory.
at aer1iee..ia: ......s-4 to l p.m.7uNata trees hare put on a new growth
General orange
D. 7 ... ..' Second That the Geraro*I T. S. Chatter, Lahe CHj., vra held without bail.
a 4IIIMuee a. aimed
4 D..d l 4atlf meat without the iaterveaMoa of na- (and in some instances a nsw bloom),
tal...ti...rl. ,__ omwtaiiees 1fa. should leans the received and item 'l'BT THISVII
Just
f lioMlJ.b, circulating i new tot of Canned and vegetation generally has'received .
'o1i GQMium of sufficient volume for Evaporated Fruitaad. Vegetables- an impetus whicL will be felt later on will cost you nothing and wW

i 1 Mt'1a $ ayaett the transaction of the business of the best lowest at Gralngr's. surely do you good if jouhave a 'o..
kIil EXOLY$1ELYwl which would be quality, price- in the pockets of our people.
aaos u
of a manner
: for*** icier coantryMn '
anf trosL with.
oo'.apt of advantage to the creditor class. The __ Nearly every one is preparing to Cold, or Thrirty. '

cTa c. 'SN '
r.X y and gold coin and U. S. Treawrv, Bipan Tabule cow the blues. the' deficiency which will conry for Consamption Coughs and

4 4 U"-'A: 'WABBMO -;, 28i note, each to be a full legal tender for Cold is guaranteed to give relief,or
Ii
of The folk of Peaiel and vi- arise from short
-* young a orange crop.
l ; .8t'UE1' Oppositem all debts, ublic and'pzinte.favor : money will be paid back. $\Kcfferer
c 5r'' I the Government daltJ; are making preparations to oee- Watermelons are ripefiiag fast and from L* Grippe found It Just the thing
iir Fla. Beetfeace InOfi
To ti "eal 1Rio.e4 Imo. oK : pie, to the extent of brate oar)aakm's birthday witk a'basket bringing good prices*. Md vsMBtr. fts fine' had a speedy mid .

CD .... ; ., g. ry, of the paeJk ptcafc,.'eo*tame pMoaseioa, to end The political pot is !.-%aisMaenng perfeet"recovery Try a sample: bottle .

v Y a ob "".r, ":-L.S..-....... >dOU\TEY-Ia c: : ChatJet'.PI I"a. and commrmi.'rt ap with a .haM 'fe tM ..... .g at >repftMsry to sh gsaisisJ bon ag at jest Hf hew ezpenee
( EB "WILT,' ... al, \on In margia oOIMra' JIMl. We coagrainhtB the oterlaJk: -&. fe lint..1I1nlitli.a only tine free;41 Lowry & Hulse's

I; ft* T. cry lIltessrT ATTEXTIOK. apt' ,,, "'1 'tin: money earl spirited young; peo$ at OH cwMJ. often two ,MMdUsAa[ ids fey into ..... Yeseye'siset 50c. and ILOt)

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FEDERAL : 8ANftERVILLE c NOTES. "Couaty alit City Dlrtctory. tI 'III. Hew Management.PBNSACOLA f \ [
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.adenc Palatka;;,navy ; CMTMpvnideaot Palatka 1.e.r t COunT Orricaast and uhaiv. have J;
FEDEJ 4 .i )l\NNER iLLE, June 12. 1 Witt, who ;,
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-- ..* .-........ ..; On Mwrfiy''lt1Sr Rey. D. W. tdce ata1a&I1.co.n of.3ecesd-lmK bYen-rfpcurely managing editor and tSTATIONMS

Last week E. S. llub1ard, Esq, GJisson, Mist Leaty Tames, of this GI1l1t.E8q. business manager of the Daily News of

brought us a sample bunch of swamp place, and Mr. Moses Coleman, of County 8 llclt rW eep H.Sparord.ClerkJ. this city .since the -paper* inception :
.N. BUckweO.Judfe AND
millet, a growth of eight weeks, so he Sharon, Clay County, were joined Coantr Ooart- eph K.Bal
at&te'J that measured ten feet high, together In the tends' of holy matr Oiuty Co mWoswrs-T."C, .Taller Ckalr were to-day relieved fro a further con

with fourteen stalks. This is a natural mony. -.We all wish them a long aDd man; T.It. Gautier,U U.Morjau. 11. 8. Mar, nection with the paper by' the directors
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happy life. ton.W. R. Bowen. Tbe Board meet the ant of the company. AND DEALERS IX
Florida production, and from its appearance TMtJjay la each mevtli. succeeded Benjamin fi
The recent rains have done a great They wrre by
we should Judge it to be an Clerk Circuit Court-frank Wright.8hriffWame .
of The trouble Harrison of Jacksonville and Wm. M.
deal good. only w we ,
have not 1L Shelley. '
excellent forage plant. We have not bad enough but we are truly County Collector Frank H.Blaneaard. Ball of Tallahassee. ", Musical l Merchandise
tested 'Its nutritive qualities, but have 'thankful for what we 'hare had. County Tmwrer-B.L LUientnal.Coanty Some months since O'Connor and
no doubt but that horses and cows will Assessor W.M. Wtniams.finperritor .
The fifth Sunday of- last month a Witt entered suit against the company -
eat It readily enough if it is cut and of ReflstratloB H.Merryday. Always on hand a full of STATIONERY of all description..
party, consisting of Miss Nellie Havey for 15,000, claimed to be due
BOARD or PUBLIC IN3TKUCT1OX.
properly cured. It is to be found growIng ,Mr. Labrand Miller, Mr. Clarence them on a contract, and since that BLANK BOOKS, INKS, CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS.
the ands F. D. Ackerman Chatnaan- John II. Harp,
wild in nearly all ponds
Miller and Miss Rose Minton, took a John r. Wan. Alex.Strauss,Secretary. time the relations between the gentlemen POCKET KNIVES POCKET BOOKS, ARTIS"TS'TMATERUL'
doubt but J
amp borders, and have no ride to George's Lake In the Etonian Superintendent Board of Public Instruction named and the directory of the
what it be made by cultivation the A.8traoas. SHEET MUSIC MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
can
been ,STRi:
Scrub, aDd after enjoying the cool cmrorrcEKs.MayorMartin company have not very pleasant.The ,
best forage plant that can be produced breeze and beautiful scenery of the Grin Jr. final outcome of the case will be

in the State. take, returned home, hoping to go Aldermen-Wia.R. DeWltt, President; 8. J. watched with much,r terest. Pianos and Organs.
Some of our Republican friends are Kennerty. Wm. inn,G. W.Bassett, A. Ulna,
importuned to vote at the Democratic again on a fishing expedition.Our P. A. matt, Joseph R. Dona, Samuel Lyon TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. Agents for LUDDEN BATES, 3. M. H. PIANOS and OKAN]
meeting at Providence Church Robert J JUtes,A.T.Capea L L. Purccll J. s.
primaries. We are not into politic tasted only three days there 'belDg LaRoche, George Foster. GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLA. R. R. ap 38 LEMOY STREET, PALATKA, FLA.
this rear, but would desire to be ,Informed City Clerk and Joseph Price. (SUWANEE RIVER ROUTE), '
by what hoc a potu a Democratic only two preachers,Bey. D.W. Glisso Collector-A.8. WUlard. MAOON' GA., June 1, 1892.

advertised candidate for political being unable to preach only on Sun Treasurer-R.J.Adams. On account of the action of Florida
day. Rev. J. A. Moely did the preaching Chief of 1'o1lce-.1olw W.Hatan.
Railroads in refusing to sell tickets
obtain Repul LOPER
preferment expects'o Chief Fire Department .K.Gay. BAILEY
two M. R.
days. line because we declined to
lican votes in the primary' election In BKXEYOUCNT AND OTHER 8OCIKT1KS.MAVIXIC. over our ,

this county If we are rightly Informed The following item, clipped from the increase our rates In accordance with

the County Convention passed Ft. Madison, (Iowa) Democrat, contains Palatka Lodge No. M, 1'. a A, 5f.-Mate their views, you are respectfully notified
a resolution. "That no Republican information well worth remem First and Third Monday Mthts la the month, that by purchasing a local ticket Fire, Life and Accident Insuranc

t should vote at said primaries, nor 'boring "Mr. John Roth, of this city at!JO o'clock. y.J. T1LGHMAN.W.M. to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake Cily, '

should any Republican be Toted fur." :who met with an accident a few day M.L COn,Secretary. from any point in Florida, you will {

This of course means that the Democratic :ago, spraining and bruising his leg and Putnam Chapter o.5 7R.A. M.-Mset- Bee secure those Junction a through ticket points from to any either point of I I PALATKA.. FLORIDA.Jacksonville .

party in this State and county I arm, quite severely, was cured by ODe cad and Fourth Monday Night reached via Macon. including all East
HAYES, H.P.
C.
intend to have a party "for the 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pal '
M. LOEB Secretary. ern. Western and Northern points at a THE: \
people and by the people." They are Balm." This remedy is without an, LoTo.: total cost to you not to exceed the

the people, and I suppose the Hepullicans \" equal for sprains and bruises, and F. lowest through rate of like claM,
Pioneer Lodge No.23, L O.O.r.-Meets very
by line from the from
would hardly rate as people, Ie should have a place jn every household Tuesday Night. J. G. MANGOLD,N. G. quoted which any"tart. This applies point to both Tampa b'

the only way this broad democracy can .. For sale by Ackennan" Stew- E.C. KELLY Secretary.BU one way you and round trip tickets.In ,

make their professions consistent. This art, druggists. John :Encampment", L O. O. F_Meet purchasing local tickets to any of

political bitterness and narrow minded every Second and J'ourtJIII'r1day Night. above named Junction*, be careful to Key West S
action has done this State more injury PICNIC AT McMEEKIN. W. H. CTRCS, a P.J. take a receipt from agent at starting aijid ;
.G. for fare paid, which should be
than all other causes or disasters com Correspondence Palatka Times. MANGOLD, Scribe.KNIGHT3of point,
handed to our that he can AND
bined. Just compare the advancementthat The most pleasant- event of,the sea HO OL, arrive at proper trough rate to charge.

Southern California and the Western son was the plcnb at McMeekin OD Harmony Lodge No KVT-Odeet First and For information as o rates, routes.. ijAST COAST LINES

Territories have made in the last Saturday the 3d instant. The writer Third Wednesday of the mooth.WALTER through schedules and sleeping car

twenty-five years with that of Honda+ being numbered with the many hopeful THOMAS Dictator.J. accommodations, apply to undersigned. Extending Sol'pit South and Southwest from Jacksonville cover

who has a more desirable climate, aspirants for official_honors,boarded .B.DONNELLY,Reporter. JAMES MENZIKS, A. C. KNAPP, of Tropical Coon q and reach all prominent Winter and Summer Pleasure 1
General Agent. Traffic Manager THE E All j COAST
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nearer to market, with almost every the southbound train on the ,Florida )t. lOr 1" Palatka Fla. Macon Ga. ,
THE IJEAT LAKE REGION
'It.cond tion in its favor, and let Southern at Falatka Soon we were St.Johns Lodge,No.S, K.of I'.-Meets even ,

is pansy by for less favored sections, being burned on through prosperous Thursday NlKBt. C.A. FINNINGEB C.C To Wham It May Concern.I'ALATKA r-., 'TIlE PHOSPHATE FIELDS,

S just on account or mainly that of the villages, emeraled by the foliage of BURT McLAURV,K.R. 8. FLA., May 6. THE riNEAPpLE FIELDS,

intolerant, action in our matters po widely extended grores and many evidences t'aitormRank K.of T Na t-Meet for drill A number of pictures left with m, \ THE ORANGEAND

litical. If lie most assuredly time to of the mat'-hless improvementsthat very Second and Fourth Wednesday Night,kt death husband, for, framing E. R. ,Farrar are yet,uncalled before for.his TIIE'U!UIT AND RflfETA \;B SEC

call a halt; ,nd the name of democracybe has givem the southwest section of Armory. R.J.RILES,Captain. This is to notify the owners of these

made to wcome democratic in action the county a national reputation. L.A.SMITH,Recorder. roods that If the same are not called for THREE THOUGH 'f

,u well u*1n,name if it is desire Reaching McMeekin, we found the IRON HALL. within thirty days they will be sold to VIA-
MRS
Branch No.702.Order Iron Hall-Meet* Pint cover charges. FARRAR.
to bring in immigration or develop the assembled populace of that section

resources that we hare.'Ihe jubilant in anticipation of the pleasures and Third Friday NI&hu.BOXY. MERWIN.Chief I. Notice to Debtors and Creditors The Tropical TrunkThese

showers of last week of the day. The weather was all
copious M.W.STEWART,Acct.
PERSONS: HAVING CLADtS AGAINST
lines are equipped with the latest proved
have given vegetation a good start.I that one could wish. The preparationmade ALL esttte of Benjamin. F. Lnvelac, deceased ntonen appl
ai.J1. late of Putnam County Florida, will comfort of passenger: Our patron call them the FINEST IN FLOB

One old. farmer uaed to say ,that by the citizens for the entertainment G, A.Rv-Veteran Post" No. U-Meet* every present them to me. duly verinsd. within the. "Train leave Jacksonville via J.,T.& K,K.W,S 410 a.IBU,dally
law and all indebted
"drouths was a blessing in disguise," of their guests was a fitting te*ti- fine Tuesday of each month at 1 o'clock p.m.l" time prescribed to Mid estate by win ;make payment person to me. i daily; 430 p. m.dally except Sunday; tM p. B. dally except 8
the continued term of menial to that they hay JOHN H. HARP Po m.T.40p. m.
as long dry reputation so .T.L.QUEEN,Commander. Administrator Estate It. F.Lovelace.Catsrtar .
Trains leave Jacksonville,via Eut Coast Lines,8.23a.m.
weather forced the roots of trees and long eijojtd for the liberality they LEWIS Adit. CRT FlA..May 27th, ISitt. dais;
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myCTtwADMINISTRATOR'S day; 4.05 p.m.daily. .AnI..3O a,m.I12&p. s ie D.a.
plants deeper Into the earth, where have so often extended to their visiting "
NORTH-BOCND. I 8< CTH
they would find a larger store of food." friends. It was a,ms tingof friends One Dollar Weekly : SALE. 'Lave Palatka..... 4.29*A I Leave PiUtk "' y OO

And there may be some truth in his related to ,each other by ties of com- Leave ...,,10J5 aja i Leave Palatka..., .., Ta
la the matter of the Leave Palatka. 4JWpjn|
torA/. panionship born out of, a, common experience Bays a good Gold Watch by our Club tate of A.N. b-J} Sale of Book Accountsdeces..d. FLORIDA SOUTHERN JU.ILWAT-80CTH feOl

contract iris let to Thomas }Ie- on the field and grove, and System. Our 14-karat gold-,l41Iedtaeea VIRTUE: OF AN ORDER BEARING Leave Palatke._.._... !.M a.m.I Leave Fatatka....... .... to
Caper Saturday by our Town Councilto each and every one felt at home. are warranted for0 years. .t1ne.Blcin BY the 11th dy*f May, A. D.. ItItI'J and .
or ,Waltham movement. ,Stem wind mad. by the County Judge of Putnam County EAST COAST LDfJ:&.
cut out the right of way for 'a'"alon The meeting was formally tailed I and set Lady' or Gent's size. Equal Florida,sitting I.Probate NORTH BOTJND. 1 SOUTT

road from the bend in Seminole street together, an l the numerous candidate :to any SCO watch.. To secure agents highest I will and offer best for bidder vale ,at for public ah,outcry at the,to front the u... Palatka for St.Augustine....... 11.15... I Lean Palatka for DaU5

back of Brown's mill to the county want in to capture the, field. Mr. B. I* where we have none, we ,sell one t:f door of,the Coon House..at Palatka, In Mid
County,dudes the legal hour of sale, on the
line, to connect with the St. Johns Ulienthal was the first to mount the the Hunting Case Watches for the nEwt TUKHDAX.IN JULY putbeing the 'Indian
Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by 9th day of July A.D. 1892(the ant Monday of RiverSte .
County people for a road to Hastings rostrums; and in his genial manner express, with privilege of examinationbefore aid month e/Jolt being a legal holiday), all trs.Lea
Book Accounts In favor of Mid Estate, to the .
Station. The St. Johns County people electrified his audience by many pleas t paying for same. amount *f SJ.I01.M. Said Aecnait will be1U1cI..It .,.Titosvine S W a.m.dally except 811.da,101'RockMge EaIll'OaJ'M..d

have already constructed a causeway lag allusions to campaign life in the Our agent at Durham, K. C., writes: W. JAMES C.Administrator.COX DREY.mytTtd laadlngft. :

and bridge across Ctacker Swamp geld He was candidate for Treasurer "Our jeweler haw confessed they don't know Leave Tltusvffle 1 M p.m.Mondays, Wednesday and I'rldafJ wal&DdJ
tow you can furnish suck work for the money." Connecting at Jupiter with trains of J.A: 1.W.Railroad for all potfmh.
Branch, so that even now teams can of the county tie had held the FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM Steamer "St. Augustine* leave Ormoad I a. .. TuemLiys, TilSatarday

I go almost direct to that ,station. It is office for two years and had the plsat Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C., COUNTY. FLA. Rockledge and way landing Betar JaC. laves Rocklodga S a.BLfsdneedFriday y,

(expected that a goodroad will soon be ing satisfaction of a consciousness of writes: *. .!
Tour watcbe take at eight. The gentlemanwho Andrew J.Wood \ For chednlea,miap, etc., call on local agents,or address the Ge**Agent
{constructed clear through.The laying endeavored sustain the con got the last watch Mid that he examinee ... .
CR.\WFOXD.
and priced a Jeweler*watches Lancaster,that Abbie E.Znmwalt, Edward E. y Foreclosure. R. B. CABLE W. L. JxiRLY,
dance at W. A. Evans' packing fidence,reposed in him by a strict attention were no better than yours,but the price wa S/tS.* Cleveland and Bessie E. ClevelandetaL ; General Manager.. Supt East: Coast Line. Meager Age

-douse Friday night is reported to hatebeen to the business and faithful Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes j j jIt J.T.A K. W.System. St.Augustine.. ,a'l'llle.11a.
the affidavit of :L E. Haskell,
by
) a success J. F. :discharge of the duties of the office. MAm In receipt of the watch,and am pleased agent appearing.,f jvLturJ,a.Imm n t_ th-afe Edward V Ck.a-
without meaunre.- All who have teen it My it I td; J d Jii.i-LClnelaDd are non-resident*
r The World's Columbian Exposition. IU candidacy was being opposed this would be cheap at $40." of the State of Florida,bat lire at Chattanooga, PLAIN ENOH.
lear by two of his fellow-townsmen- One good reliable Agent wanted for I Tennessee,and are over twenty.one yean of age:
Send 50 cents to Bond & 'Co., bib I It Is therefore ordered that Mid defendants
gentlemen; that he was proud to say he each place. Write for particulars. Edward E. taevelanda.d BesMe E.Cleveland, e
Rookery Chicago and will receive do demur to the Bill of Com
you plead. answer or
.. had always felt that he was complimented I EMPIRE WATCH (.O..Nrw TORK plaint Iliad hereto on or before the>> FOURTH
'-. post-paid, four hundred paje advance in knowing that they were dec4-tt JAY OF JULY nest; otherwise the said bill ..

.. Guide to the Exposition, with elegantengravings numbered with his friends. And be ,will is be further taken a ordered*confessed.It that. this notice)be pcb-
of. the grounds and buildings n.hed[ once a week for four consecutive weeks
0 .. was satisfied that U the young ladies FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG In the>> Palatka Weekly Time,a newspaper published r ,
portrait of Us leading spirits, in old County. .
were permitted to rote that he would :1892.
Pone this May 2Bth.
and a map of abe City of Chicago i allY be defeated by one of his competitors. OLDKEXHt FRANK WRIGHT, Clerk. Pr e I I-4
.
) M. KIRBY D.C.L
,the rules governing the Exposition II TM tau M lit StlMITS M alHAH.net Byl I It = \
He was a single and of X.HASKKIX,Complainant' Solicitor.
young mane .. UMI.
auas kw to tnt
*IVM.
>and exhibitors and all information l.aaiat myZISwPATENTS
.
but his '4 ,0 km* ..t a.w to m. *M
rare personal beauty (rubbing
which can be given out in advance of ; $HAKEOFFTaH EdHe.O.R1MDSNAKES .
-Us opening. Also, other engravingsand hands over his, cheek), he wanted the o.r.W"W:=.;tOW7c: ew 4iq'
information wilsent fur maidens of 'his audience '
printed to rue t OUR NEW lOOK
you as published. It will be a very notice that he also MM
was a good lookingman. kM :=:::: =
valuable book and should L
every person Yij.stvs1
Dl..as-
(Cheers and waving of handksrhiefs. -
ecuro a copy. eeaaatl.tl.aa.1 ta.
'\ I .) Mr, LllienQul, continued in =d TREATMENT.I Mw,eel ? I

STRENGTH AND WEALTH. his humorous style,greatly to the pleasure I by....sta.da.atl..i..lrar fte ..en. ___.1 Caveat,and'fn44.Varb'obtained and all Patens
If you are not feeling strong and of his audience. a..t.r tuts., ........ buinen conducted for Meeerate Fee*. GOODsbm.ETIT/OY/
e.a.ral aal la.... JeW" Our Office is OppetHs. U.S.Patent Office Prices LOWER THAN EVER and
+ healthy try Electric Bitters. If MLa Other candidates followed, and ...11.._ III a.draaIMMILtr'lefemn and we can secure patent la less time than those

Grippe" has left you weak and weary, though some of them unaccustomed to I ... an-:. 11ft.$5..a.Iy.x..M wrtf1M remote Send mode from Washington.drawing,1>__. descrti* That's the "IaYlt reads, when you take into oonsIde/SlTKW of| the

use Electric Bitters. This remedy acU public speaking, yet they made mUll ...ertW.a.a..,..sal..f.RODT_he.,u.4...tvd......1&1a&Alt.1.50,15 Man...II&Tu.oU4H. b15r5 a.r..ry tloa.chirp We Our advise.fee not If patenuble dae tin patent rnot.is secured.free. ( words, and that is part of it. Take OUR position ation, too-H>>ur

directly on liver, Stomach and KId pleasant hits, which added to the pleasure t.( .____'AA_Ie rB_.$r."ww..,.n....._w Io..a_ o.-.M.....+..... S name A ra.palet of actual."hew client to in Obtain you Stats Patent,county.with ortown. reputattonfor Fairnese-and it means something i I
keys, gently aiding those organs to per uf the occasion. The writer has EkE MEDICAL CO.BUFFR.Oti.Y.S cent free. Addre, )

form their functions. U you are ever attended a gathering where there C.A.SNOW&CO.Oppettts ON TD E"LA TE.- may not be pefercUj but read again.

afflicted find speedy with and Sick permanent Headache,relief yon will by were exhibited a, greater ,warmth of I 1'200 to.3.1OO.aetiteagentseither you an be ses made; easy bl ,... Me.Wuatafll 0.c.FERRY'S and It Ie liWlI. eaouga. Prices LOWER than ever DOVE eompe i

taking Electric Bitten. One trial will feeling than that ,exhibited at the Mc WOI'ki..,.. sure pay- _;WHITE exelnlllY8,Unitof'Piedmont). writs W. Va.oclftf .at tition. Let us convince you, If you don't know it f ;
convince that this is the I.
yon remedy Media precinct. t -"
you need.; Large bottles only liOc. at > .
LOWTV Jt Hubers drug store. And the dinner, fr. Editor, was I City Tax Notice. THE SOWER HA5 : :. '"\V. RT-J. 1:1: ,;
superb, and will only say had you or NO SECOND CHANCE.M

of the knights been there 0..1..7.art5 t s __ : I
any you
Notice the' e '
to Public i would not have to patronize Charlie'sfor e LEADLSG TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Corrf d Third StreetpALATKA
City TV" Payers will take notice that
an indefinite time. So.if you FLA
After this date all orders amounting promise the Tax Book for 1891 is open for col
to less than five dollars must be paid never to reject another invitation SEEDS

for n cash. to attend a gathering of these patriotic lection, and will close on JULY'1ST, r have sud* ud kept ferry's S..d Bmi..s D 4E 1gUU 4t S' N.1Qamt

We trust our friends will not think people will excuse yon this time. 1692. M. W. STEWART, the larpst U wotW-Mtra TsUs. YT j aowed al sa dwega irprai
that we are not willing to A on nay lsq von ea.gt ac$
accommodate Your correspondent was infatuated ap22-tf City Tax Collector. Fcrry'sj Seed Annual for 5593
them but the expense for keeping with the surroundings-first i n admir- taCs the wkete Seed story-S l free tat 6masUa sua8Y a l h1 J13 aMvpv.
...and collecting such accounts exceeds lug the beautiful ladles and sweet little *> Pea'is. rived. uSn gas 4.t'k. '
|he profit on them. hildren. NOTICE .D.M JERRY It COM. -D.treitWcbarr. .
FOr five dollars or more a credit of
this
Although section of the county .
Vtv days will be granted to rehable offered from the drouth, the people! gt.r "
..s. For any time over thirty days, are going ahead with a vim that knows S. A. BAKER, manufacturer of >Py '% 4fr -
ornt will be .
promptly charged DO defeat. ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER, y .f ar 51lal pus
ting trade and
TOOT assistance, ZEXATHOX.FBCTTLAXD .
serve BOX HEADS especially is ready to 3AVAtNI LL E
may you satisfactorily June 13. 4iaa I a+ .r: 1 1edaa
ur mutual advantage we 1M&itsart waved Law 1.11twa1M.atl.awtw.rrM
are
fill orders at short notice. For information $ 1ld? 10AA N Mo7 '
... .
ofW 1 I. /w..I M :
HMAN-WILSON CO. Candidates will please send in their address S. A. BAKER, wrg0 ....$ $.t..prrf..+ ).. lnoq. s9 Sa
cards early in the week. Let the cash PATIENTS TREATED Sr Men. csri eod a Jalt.q s xa. col fear .1
June
1,1892. .
ja5-2m Satsuma Rights flay .Lr. Y/.Ma..en.lY. dI
s.t .
accompany the aaaoaacement. t.poi.ww .e 1 r Y r.p oiPd I !SflW

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4' rdell's windmill arrivedonda The majority report of the bOOM committee -

and Mr. Lyoa is4superin- The OALTGRAPH. on coinage,"weight and measures

Flower"Mr. on the Died ailT r coinage biD O SCTSMS
fag
po iat U la plate, ')ir. Car I kE\PECTI'CLLy can the attention of the the rariooa!objections piad against free Orange Boxes WaPs
s lays public *0 the "CALIGRAPH WRITDiO
,
pipes ..; ,
through his grove MACHINE,renowned the wend ever for highest coinage, and shows bow free coinage r
akin >ther Improvements Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very SPEED daplidy and etength of 01.- would greatly benefit this country.
citizens of STRCCT10. and Mm -," ** DURABILITT. +
H.E Jarvls left Thursday mornIforav well known to the Appleton Superior )( lroLDL G-t.uJft" *teadi .t, After"providing for the free coinageof Hooos and
Me.; and neighboraood. He and teMt deprcMiuB In writing Level Key Nails
,
t to his silver the 15 is
brother report "
in Chicago* I was taken ?S3li.i9lT! *key for each character,and>;6 says pro-
a1Io ? at Corington. says: Eight years ago "SHIiTVV All paruintetrhaageabteaadbear- Tided that the silver be of standard fineness .
Ky., his and suffered as no one but lb ADJUSTABLE.
sick a
.
This Machine U offered not upon Its "Record" to meet the cost of the, alloy used. .'> '
dyspeptic can. I then began taking or-Lll." but Upoa 'lea ISITkl WORTH th'D WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
.
lorae.frieji >SIC the alloy being all tL expense now exacted -, .. -
Cutter and wife, ofF Flower. At that time aJoM.Prfeet i" *
August and Circular of depositor of gold. Coin notes
_ ua. us a call Sunday "I was a great sufferer. Everything I on application. may be lamed on the gold or silver deposited

E. iley I* making extensive I ate distressed me so that I I JAS. A. BAIH, Agent, if demanded instead of waitingfor Flour, Grits, Corn Bran. Hay; Oats, Cotton

> < s on Mrs. Sawyer' house. "had to throw it up. Then in a mh2S-3m Palatka FU. the coin. The committee raided the

tnID section boss, Steve, U Jm- 11 few moments that norrid distress maximum< denominations of these! notes Seed Meal and Fertilizers.

T through this .would come on and I would have from $500 to $1,000, no as to accommodate .
town S. A Baker dealing in large transactions and
__ c our wing; bachelor how they 'to eat and suffer bank exchangee. OLD J., T. & K. ,W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.
I
For that 'again. took a ,
p,njoy themselves, resting no, "little of your medHorrtq These notes are made legal tender redeemable G All orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipment made..JJ

such jveties dunng the winter. 'icine,and felt much in coin on leaxand. The bill
for the conversion of all
provides our
I we, ddo we not, go to Welaka and
*"er, after
Stomach "
coin
end gold and sUrer notes into note, redeemable
f-j i Fourth I think had
we taking little more Passenger Schedule.
in coin thus doing away entirely .
It i ifrie
Feeling. 'August Flower my with all legal distinction It, is
(Baker U progressing with '' Dyspepsia disap- :I beliered this will greatly tend to promote

t. h$e. Wonder If be Intends "pe1tred, and since that time I equality in all respects. There will THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN M FLORIDA' RAW

K a hge-warming? have never had the first sign of it, be no longer iaraed gold or silver notes,

"I can eat anything without the but bimetallic notes payable in either -
A.4zet Intends: erecting
Ie pia% around house a "Jeast fear of distress. I wish all coin at the pleasure of the government SUWANNEE IO ROUTE TO FLORIM.
hit
shortly. The it is contended that
"that afflicted with that terrible report says
E1 n<+s)s Just a hustling with are the reason we exported silver bullion Taking effect APRIL 23.: lost Standard'TUie.,90th MerldlaaKORTH I
"disease the troubles
or caused by MAKCTACTURER OF
logtachiae*-one in Dunn's while our mints were still open to its
t "it would Flower as BOUND.
August I .
try ,
and free coinage was that our ratio was such
the other St. Johns
m "am satisfied there is no medicine SO. S-WES1'ZXDU FAST MAIL. NO. --EirR15 MAIL
that bar coin and bullion silver
It jpkes! quite a sight to see "equal to lt." worth as compared to gold was at NO. 4-'KIPRESS MAIL I
CYPRESS more
AND YELLOW[I PINE Lean. see&III Lann Palatka......................
...
trees .. .
tH11 with ,
J'KI out, appa.I. i European mints than here, and that the Leave Hunoton... ........_............ e Ji amt Leay. HamDtnauuh9OU.. ____ .._..._._....._.... ..1.1..._.. _pa...
_ I. &I"in.\ .,but thy do U just same results would again follow our I tease La.ke City............:.. .......... ,.8.1... Lean Lake CltJ.------.........................I'.M.
"The Little Putnam"SAMPLE Leave Jarper ......,.....,.... ,.. 1. au Lean Jsspo[ po
: ratio remaining at IS to 1, with the Leave Vahlocta.::.I .r:am tear.V i*::::.::::::::...'::::::::::11L4 Leo:
fawn.>b at LUMBER French mints open to tree, coinage at Lea. Tifton.......?._.M.J 1.48 am Lta..T1toII. ..... ........ .. ...... xea am
very quiet just .............. air
pres- : LeaseCordel .. 1.36 LesreCordele... ...
... .
ROOM pn ... ..:.,,,,
1y t we adjust. taking 'a rest be'I ., f 15>{ to L This it is held would prevent Arrive Macon:::::::::::;:.. 4.10pm Arrr Maeoa.....::........._ a gam
European nations especially France. AntveAtlaata.........................? 7.33 pin Arrive .. Tai as
boom of next winter, when we LEMON STREET PALATKA.FLA. SATSUMA IIlGHiS, FLA. from again returning to the bimetallic Arrive Cnattanooga.1149am Arrive Chattanooga....................-MS.I1.31aa pi
ArrlT .
a tlTUlo. &uaam .
to be there with both feet.B. FnU Lin of CkoJc.Wl>MiJqaor* and CIa system. To avoid this the committee ArrtT* LonlnTlll::::..:::... ......1214am I :::::::: ::: .:.::: ::::::
Arrir ... ..... "
Godfrey took a forty-mile r alvanta \&oca. Notice of Removal.In provided that our ratio should be *Cincinnati. ? 4.'l9pm Arrive* Ctart.BaU.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V..V..V..TJ9a

t 'I ack ride from DeLeon Springs tT-Oroenlrccn the Country I"rompcJ7.ntled, changed to lsg to 1 so soon as France
oO-3m CHAS. BE> CRA. Proprietor. resumes free silver coinage at that No.Jearw Palatka after arrival fast West India mailfitMn Tampa and eoaneet. at Macon
week,but is none the. worse consequence of the rebuilding of ratio. Macon withal sod oat Birmingham Ralirtnd.,CLL S. W.R. LM.siN,K. RGaL JL,Eo T. V..Georgia aDd

; "WAV DOW v.os DJe 'BnVjfl* BIBIrL"W14te The report then under the head "Th No.fleaYN Palatka after arrival of trains from St.ADpiUne and In East and South
j Berl Coats spent Jasf week'with the Store No. 51 Lemon street discussion rIorfda.tl eonnecte Macon with all ootgning a. m. trains C. L R..SW.C.R. H.a N. R.K..
:\ Dump of Silver proceeds to a Ga. R. R.* aDd E.T. Y.a Ga.R R. Connection for"NtibuJed Train be1WeeJI.A.tlaDta and Wua.
ker, of Palatka. of ,the cry that free coinage o" silver t tDgtoa. D.Co ,
ft ulph C. I. ROWTONhas
.
expecting our minister Mr. : would make the United States the

r k shortly, from the Presby-' t l removed to the corner of Lemon dumping ground for the silver of the -CD.
_& EL BOUND.
SOUTH
S te7F h&, Neb: Bpri fi s Hotel.W. and Front streets, in the Kean Block, world and says: :. ,
H. T. Vatterliu "The familiar warning that free coin
lately occupied by XO.3. EXPRESS HAIL
: 1 Xo. I, WEST INDIA FAST
k1I Mowing card will explain it- T. KINO where he will be glad to supply his age would cause shiploads of silver from Lease Cincinnati ....................... 8.00 Lear MAIL.

( : JESUF anager. and patrons FRESHEST as heretofore FRUITS with the in BEST::: other countries at to mints be brought in here and for Lear.I.eare Naahvine.Lottorllle.::::...:::::::::::::::...106 a24pjl p:m ,:::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ":. ....::::::::
GA. ft-9-9t season. dumped our exchange ......._ ""
,
WHITE SPRINGS FLORIDA. \ 1.20
JsSffi EiE"- a.m,Lease t"battaaoop.... ..,.......,..... 2.12 Lm
14rton ARVIS-We are now ready to \A, RATER BT .K OR MOXTH.IUR Oranges Tomatoes Bananas Dates, Strawberries liaising, Apples our gold tutu urged. How can this be Leave Maeon:::::::::::::::::..:.:::::::.4.1p.8.43pm j i.ean* Atlanta...!::::::.:,...::'::::::.::::::1 9o. a;:

sleigh ride. Snow two feet. S.PZCU.L WHITe 8 l; and CHALY Figs under the bill or proposed law The tear Cordeto...........................Jli5 pm I Lear Corde1........................,.....
eur ub e any spate clothes (thick) iRATE WATERH in th, Spring li- &e., Ac. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes, shipload of silver brought to our mints LearsTltton........ ..................... 10oaro I LeaT TUton....... ............,... .. s.ue pm
P'e8/e Pies and Candies. Leave Valdocu.............. ............ 2.43 I ......... 3334n
Lear ...
to d at charrinr over 1 00,000 rat s her.onr.dsscae by the foreigner would be coined into .,... am Valdosta. ... .... ....,. .15p..
... .
once. Core d all lto *&TSIL .. ................ 35am LcaTJa ... .. ... "
.
ARDELL, 1ra22uMurphy. Cigars,TobaccosK&c.of the choicest standard dollars and these dollars returned Lear,.Lake City........................... sin am I Learo Lao rr City......... ..::....VT...!.. iSnia' _'-
I brands. to but he could not to I.e. Hampton.Hampton..s.leaa I Leave Hampton................;.......7.
N.13&nmTT. him.. go derive ............... ... eebpm
ELLS ClIATFIELD, .M Pure California Grape ,Juice and our treasury and demand gold for them. i: Pslatka ...... 743an |Arrive Palatka....... .................H 10. 3 yra
New York
RDi-H. .. Apple Cider mj6- Nor could he compel one of our citizens I
I No. J leaves Macon
after arrival of
;I you will enjoy a to swap him a gold dollar for a silver I Georgia, East Tennessee; Virginia and Georgia tnconiinff and Macon morning: and Trains BiniUneha on Central Eailro.da Southwestern! *
nrth and dollar that U a voluntary trade that no P0.3leaves Macon alter arrtTal of laeumiJlr afternoon train on the (;Central 8oathtena
you your J. G. MANGOLD Macon and Northern and Georgia RAnrads
ud
TRAHP.kl law ought to interfere with. the St.Johns and Oeklaba River steamers. COIUIeetI a& I'aJatka for S.Anuatlne,and will
[lemon Street Billiar! P Panora "Should the foreigner take coin notes An Trains attire and depart from Union Depots,Macon and I"alatb. IIikI
Elegant Sleeping Car will be run on Train Xo.3 and>o. 4. .
mica Salve LEADING ARTIST IN for his bullion Instead of coin the same For *n"b5fll"orm tl)n.apply Amenta to .
thing .happens. He can take his coin A. Co KNMPP J
1 he world for Cuts TTalficManager. ilfeUfe.General Agent,Palatka. I1a.
P. A.,
PORTRAIT notes to the treasury and demand redemption Macon. Gt.
Cs, Salt Rheum, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AND but the notes are redeemable:

Te pped Hands, WINES ( AND CIGARS. LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY. In coin and the secretary of the treasury A. V> MOUNT. WALTER THOMAS.
UQUORS
Tn all Skin Erup- could hand him back the coin struck

ltiv s Piles, or no Agent for the celebrated J. W. Harper Ron STREET, PALATKA, from his shipload of bullion. The for-
itt It teed to giveatibc'o & Silyester Whiskies. A lull line eigner then would ascertain that he had MOUNT & THOMAS.
WUfTTEfD PROMPTLY TO CALLS
committed the blunder of silver
oneyrefunded; bringing
of the best brands at the lowest prices. ., Residettoeaete.withn
.
e is For sale by .rea.. ." .tans o( 8t di.. Always op- to our mints when it is worth three
to the stet ttyiCk of Portraltnr U you want cents on the dollar less than it was at
k.1.eslRre. a Crayon Of yonnelf or old Plctnre enlarged try
n* before sending ca to MM tree portrait home and that he loses this three cents

Deal .ngr.aaioaar C.tWa ................................._'I O fraud. Call and tee specimen nuu0-Aa and cost of transportation besides.

K iBd DUtrlet.yof f'UyerWeddb HOM......................... 100 210FllnsterRye. What then will he do with his money? Staple anclFancy Groceries
......................... > M BEAHITS ORGANS ARK tn* BEST. He must either invest it in property
Second Standard"A A"Bourbon....... 400 Rend for Catt-
t the J.W.Uarper. 600 logue. Addrecs DA>'ltL; F. BEATTY Wash here or go home with it. He could not

k1 Lof Florida will )-, .. ington.NewJeney. nor -tf bny gold with it or gold exchange unless

at 12 The Jng Trade a specialty Country gold: and silver wero at par; in this PALA1KA, FLOMDA.COBXER .
neat Gainesville
:
orders solicited. oc23-tf case there could be no reason for preferring
MRS. H. E.
ARMISTEAD
oo day. August 3, the one metal to the other. If LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

tl4 |f nominating a gold went to a premium he would have

fcethe ythird Congress Tremont Hotel to pay the premium on his exchange
iteiCS The counties in Practical! Mllller li r & Dill3ker r thus entailing on him additional loss in ALL GOODS WARRRSTED OR 1TOXET REFUNDS '. JalMy

.
(J'O..1taLBOTU. 'J'OGlI'J.) bis enterprise of sending us shiploads of
ct >till titled to repre- silver.
KETTRAX STREET. EAR RAT, JACKSO5TILLK.rLA A. D. STEVENS,M.E.
.ldlo .Manager Engineertng Department.J. .
LEMON .
ST, PALATKA. TLA.CyTb "If be invests his shipload of silver 0"

r.i, money In our property and business enterprises R. MERRILL, Manager Blacksmith: Shope.
,
IJIJN* .10 CENTRALLY LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE ante d. *Hat Late and Ftyle Trimming and a Good in Profncion.Fit Gnar it will at once stimulate industries A. t. MERBILL, Manager Boiler Shop.

..! Renorated. Hat Trimmed to Order, When in need of awaken enterprises and give us a
...... ....4 Kate, 1.00 to any
$ f&uDpcr day.DODGB in this line
thine ,
reapectfoily
.1 taus. ...... ...12 request a trial. healthy business and sound currency.
.JWlD ...........n *CCLLEXS What more could be desired Every
mat ............S MBrrill.StBvBn ; ;
waanee ...........10 noTl3-ftn Pr oprteto n. shipload of silver thus brought here and I Hllneerng CO.
1 Wta. ...........10 THE.ACME invested in productive wealth would

ca; with it the same YOUR.BOILERS have a twofold effect It would bring

o tit a that adopted SAVE APARTMENT HOTELRefitted unexampled prosperity to this country..
The effect would be panics in the Old (SUCCESSORS TO J. E. MERRILL & Co.)|

World.
'y we suggest and Refurnished with Entirely New "Business there would be paralyzedfor

'tie District Con- Furniture to Throughout.Depot and Centrally Boat Landing Located Good convenient want of money, their prosperity de Mechanical and Electrical Engineers

e n 1.heaame manner Dining Room in. Connection with Corre pond- stroyed. Prosperity here and stagnation IBOILER/ ,
tug Low Trines.e51Fund0sh .
in the old countries would force
t' a.ihe delegates ; Room*,Boo. to fLOO per Day
W HL shiploads of their people to this countryin AND BLACKSMITH (IWORK
jji i H. A. BUST,Proprietor search of their lost shiploads of ,

,I aDd Secretary of 111 W. Bay Street, JacUonrDle: ,FU.oc9 money. The nations of the Old World
will please favor | l-lyl are aware: of this. They would see to it In the best manner and at shortest notice. B>Den, Engines and Machinery

n&nj: the proceed- that no such thing occurred they know of all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of buiHtngID1a11 ..
the advantage free coinage of silver Launch and Steamboat Hulls of Steel. 'VA also furnish Boilers and Machinery
Lake.
ti Orange and Wood Hulls if
desired.
would guarantee us, hence theuuniform Correspondence solicited. State Agents for West-
4at. .. will be an- CURE predictions that calamity would be the ingnonse Engines.. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. We keep on hand
hotel a full line of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith's
alto Special supplies. Second-Hand
Machinery
itCi YOURSELF result instead of prosperity. They are -
bought and sold. Write for estimates and
ije$ wig be arranged 'It tirrabl d with GoDorrtxM\ not In the habit of giving us trust pn u.
f Oleet.Whitea,8pennatorrh.l worthy advice as to the course we should OFFICE TXD SHOPS 133 and 140 EAST BAT STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
For any unnatural dUcharr*aak>
*
b, W. WILSON, your druggist for a boul of pursue In this matter. -Washington
Biff O. It cure la a few SpeciaL:
(!airman.Iar1 without Q>*aid or publicity ova

*0 \doctor.guaranteed Non-poiaonoui not to itrirtura and, Tb. I'anaer Govrm
[Tin Ottamat Amrrtte* Cttr*. Your correspondent,in passing through
ox C't'1tEDo FROM LOW WATER Mannlaetttred by South Carolina between Colombia and '

from prac- tke Eras Ctemial Co.CINpNNATI Augusta, concluded" < he would have A GINGINNI'TLa

retired 0.m4j talk with what seemed to be a representative
ed In bt hands bI M.*..a.J ,
farina There Is great excitement FLORIDflr I @Jf.I@)
lii ionat1 the formulae e0 In this state especially along the

remedY,for the railroad line aDd among the towns and
) I.oVoter Alarm @Jf.I@ LIMITED.
TitR rnan'S \ r )
[eat COM 'of Coqeatatrht cities on account: of the effort to defeat

.' l'!' HESTON'Wood Governor Tillman. The farmers seem r TtltiWe4 t.eM..sad s.IW Panaa.'s
Asthma I Ff I ir.in arT7fq Taaes!.fct Dmri.c
Is SAFE ToTRnr. goffi AND RELIABLE to be disheartened and very reticent Keen Steeping Can from ST. AUGUSTINE" OXCINNATI; wi&Loet< Lung.ectl a' "'a tea ... ...r Yard when it comes to talking polities. .r,*,e..eke* *.*. coavtaince of Owlet,aawidag uptftmemt,see,mm*m attc de4 fcy M ttpemie.nd
dick cure kr: e h TO WATCH" Tai W ATEL There was a tall good looking and barter. N.extra cave*. Leave St.A.cw*8. flatly, JIM A.JC; 1.etso.rWe. 1<4S P. U.. C..Bapatunooca .
.Ntn'QU Com. Intelligent looking farmer oa the train. >....us P. N.;w8JCIWIo tSI 1'.K.;Ieasp$10 P.)(. Artisan K-.1US t H.;Aclaata,1.'O.Mol t

tested 1tI wond r- FACTS: I approached him and asked him if he ,9M A. )(.;CMcUaati.T;)0 P.U......Cakaf,1M: A.M. '
ORANGE STREET NEAR
UNtoxDEPOT.
,
in thousinds offellows. At times the pipes from boiler to be would could frankly see it. tell me situation as J ,aTILE OH IB 5rECIAL"..$ ER TMIK.PaOiaaa .

make It column fills with tediment and .
duty to water "Tp start with" he said, "I was a
and Maaa B.ffrt ...
when Skepiq Can from JACKSONVILLE CINCINNATI wiahttt c"c.
Adesire N water appears In the gages low Hard Wood cut to length deliveredin
and did all I could to elect
g boiler. Tillman man eT 'Jacktoanll Dally,T JS P.U.'OJIahaa.alO P.II.;WiycroM, MJO P.M.:J..... ILlS P.M,
and a to in the times water foams and no one all parts of the city. him in 1890. Ha has ,made us a good Airive* at Meoo.tjl L H.t Atlanta SJSX M.- CkltUaoA 2.OOP.H. Leave CaatbwMga Toe
I tri>i 8end At governor, and all this talk about his f.1<..anfrM ia CWiaaatl.7 JO A. M,awl Oucaco(.30 f.M. .
low it Is
tell bow high or in the Scroll and
ing, Sawing Turning done to
desire it can friends going back on him is all bosh TMcmSkepuf Can kT C&acuaooca foe WaAinfto,P1ai1ada1p1 ra l M.w York.S.3S A.M.|
,
.I'reJ1eb.who or Ensas boiler.\ times the fireman forgets the. order. se2 tf In some counties there are men, opposedto ; :; Scenic Slienandoak Valley Route.
him who were for him last year, and
for prepanngby water supply. who are now influenced by local reasons. Ams t.all Rearmn Points am .. low bta *e SMsatby any all rail r,11 td. For berth. tacn..1oWcra..4 .
Low
mail add seasBnt In every case Tilgnman'a ONLY! :"'-. all itamMioe,apply M r,Ticket Apal Florida,w'"
this per.'powtrt' Water Alarm will call you up before The farmers.are going to stand by him
nt .]Jlotk, your boiler suffers. It never forgets j .MEN na DUSI tti and. mark my words hj Is going to be F. M. JOLLY DM. Paw. At,82 W. By St,Aster Block JACKSONVILLE, rIA.I. .

e it. Xo one can aff qtd to do without B.eyaaeuaa, iltrae/ re-elected it dont matter who come ] .w. Waaxx C. >r. RIGHT, *

it. Price, J15. ]i auwuwa.ra..t..a ean I..anti OU.rT4.an out. That little game that the newspaper Ccal Pss*. A Ticket A at. Asst Gent r.... Art
.
Write to the :='::;' 1 aa.riLOPan.a .TtaP.afY1. tia editors are trying to play wont X. OXVU..L&.'TaNN. ATLANTA,CA.t411 .
ranu1atedJuPr
at lit J. eTILGITMAN, :=:r ==: ItLfatiT-.w.a. L..y.' work."-Cor. Atlanta Constitution. 4.

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L THUS out, .we Meat.:baserflivenky in the '.' '
-HANG Fsr: ; '
character of our Ovtgeing freight; D LITTLE .ESTHERS'Fertilizer

I How shall we elicit sufficient interest _, __

-PALATKA. FlA., JUNE 17, >i2.All and support in this enterpriser

This U an important question, and refer Presents a Petition to
> :
MvcrtMnr Mils become flu pro rata one that demands s M immediate,- !! 1u- and, Phosphate: Comp:
Protect Criminals. .
:renr month Special and abort,tin* payableAllreatttttanuasa tion. We are fortunate in having a ,

uldbe made t>r.pwa*. Mayor who feels. a deep interest In
Doer seder or nrt>trd letter.
securing the service of an ocean Due on Behalf of the People
XcKCnZTE A BTJKTZ. theirs.
BOX N PiLATKA.FLORIDA.ial steamer. With him the question is not S of Kansas, > .4.0 SON v.J.L.LE, FLT".

one of theory but of principle, for i 10

the perfecting of this undertaking (to And H e Thinks Its Time for Congress -
r7 OJE Oryon of the County, and Grandest' the. Nineteenth Cei
use his own language), be sees involved to Take Action-A Conference Opportunity': .

.1I f the !arnters'ARtancs. the destiny of his town and the Ordered-Work '.

prosperity of Put aBl County. Hi In the Hous
-
:
X> tl. C.we.tl.ae .IV ;
*Ba* r
reticent: turn of mind conceals from
The National Democratic Conven- WASHWOTOH, Jane 16.-In presenting .

bon meets in CMcsgo June Slit. He the public makes the no loud great declaration interest he of feels.the a petition to the Matte, from Riley The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertiliz'

Congressional Convention,First District feasibility of the plan. He is fully county of Kansas lynch in law reference, Mr. Peffer to the stated prevalence HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Co

,meets In Msxianna August 17. aware of the adverse influences that that from newspaper reports, the practice whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.

Convention Second will be whipped into line to thwart its was growing in all parts of the
Congressional Large Stock of Potashes Ammoniates and all Fertilizeron
cuoenmmataon. Be knows that success country-north, sooth, east and west- ,

JUtrict, meets in jGalnesvflle Wednesday can be attained only by wise and many of the poor people, particularly hand. We make Special Brands for Old and' Young Tre

August 3. prudent effort that to succeed we colored people, being hounded and hunted have been tested throughout the State.

must have the loyal ,support of a wide and hanged or shot to death when

STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET .stretch of country; to secure this will merely suspected of crime.It SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

For Governor, require much fteldWork'' and liberal was time he thought, for the

HENBY.L. )I1TC ELL. adveitising. Our citizens must pay the American congress to take action and Little Bros' Fertilizer and Phosphate Compan*
he hoped that the judiciary committee
price of their past folly by coming up .
For Secretary of State, to which it was referred, would report ,
the
to
nobly rescue.
JACKSONVILLE
I FLO!
JOHN L CRAWFORD, First, we must have,"so far as wcan promptly.A
conference was ordered on the diplomatic .
Justice Supreme Court, the co-operation tae Soutl and consular appropriation bill, L. J. Lipsey is rushing things in the
Florida towns this secured the long Tn.GAN'S:
TL FENWICK TAYLOR.For ; and Messrs. Hale, Allison and Black- watermelon line, having disposed of
stretch of country between here and
burn were appointed referees on the several hundred daring the week. We
Attorney General, the city of Macon, traversed by the 4
part of the senate. understand that he has cornered the
W. B. LAMAR.For Georgia Southern and Florida-a country Mr. Morrill notice that he would
gave pear and peach' market, and will have
rich in all the essential elements C GOlldillOllPodOFs& SaltSicr
Comptroller, address the senate on the subject of silver oceans of them on sale during the .
wealth, and only waits the touch e( before all the other side of the

Vf. D. BLOXHAM. wise direction to set it adrift thither chamber shall have left for Chicago. season. _
In the house at tor' the transaction of TIn... Cars Derailed. I
Treasurer ward. The splendid railway line the
For ,
some routine business, the house went
Post HuaOlf Mich. Jane 1S.-AU the : (
C. B. COLIJNS. G. S. & F., and the courteous treatment into committee of the whole Mr.Crearyof FOR;HORSES, CATTLE AND POULTRY.
Grand Trnn trains hare been off tiro
given the people by its officers, Kentucky in the chair, on the fortification -' 1SaJt
Superintendent Public Instruction, : appropriation bill owing to a terrible accident at Climax, ,
assure the confidence of the people in Mr. Breckenridfe. of Kentucky, in near Battle Creek. The boiler of tl > I

W. N. 6HEATS. that road, and a natural willingness charge of the bill, briefly explained its locomotive hauling a heavily loaded

For Commissioner of Agriculture, exists among the people to.send their done. It appropriated $2,413.878 ; freight train blew up at that point. S1Chc.f "
,.n less than the amount.ol I Engineer; Wood. Fireman Smith and
L. B. WOMBWELL, -products this way if they- can secure the bill of last year, and authorizes; the : Brakeman: Parker: all or Battle Creek, .
reciprocal relation in freight rates that secretary of war to make contracts for were seriously and it is feared fatally the only TILGHMA't'S Remedy that CONDITION will eon tile lht fin .
Presidential Electors, will satisfactory. certain work involving the further expenditure scalded. The track was torn up and fif.teen the South known among tbe herd .foal"pl"
prove of $1,378.600. cars hurled from the rails. Pit*." The lJiHaM Is ftm noticed "
T. M. SIIACKELFORD, The Macon Telegraph, in its issue of The made for the put n fusing to eat,sad i>nf en dea, '\d.1\
appropriation enlargement -
I It ears booa4 d ufl
B. P. BLACKWELL, Monday, makes pleasant mention of: of the water and light are- H.ary 8.U fr Daas.LRTLK 7 the preen enat JRA.aiwames a rough appea anr. It-"Ut

the in that city of Mayor lla1aod for finishing and assembling BOCK, Ark., Jane 18.-Cot. 8.1 the animal actually starves to death aswilier p;;
A. E. MAXWELL, presence ,and to give an animal a 11M icy.....et
8 10 and 12-inch coast at that
Griffin, M. J. :Murphy and W. C. G. sea guns W. Fordyce has instructed his attorney. this Medicine has no wjoal. The ms ;erl
.W. N. THOMPSON. arsenal, the committee on appropriation offers one thousand to asy m.--.t.
Cot E. W. Rector. to suit
againstthe
Scott. They were there for the purpose relieved to be amply sufficient. The bring .tti of Condition l'Owden whorls produce or.auoUclwei
City of Hot Springs for $100,000), teetimoulalsdollars showing D er\\S
bill also for the
COMMERCIAL WEDLOCK.As of enlisting the business men of enlargement appropriates of the heavy$151,000 carriage damages. The City Council of that I hJamediet ." ...... ,
Macon in the steamship line to Pa- gnu town gave Fordyce a right of way over but her with ofSole iighmanCondifon f
soon as the announcement was plant at the Watertown arsenal Massachusetts. Don _; co.w' cure one package
hi-
Valley street some time for
made that Palatka had an atka. These gentlemen were favorably _______________ street car line, and recently ago extended 't.ti.: "
tncoUJ"agingproepect received by the business men of Ma- ,
B mall 350.
THE ARKANSAS CONVENTION. the same privilege to another company. Price -
of securing the service of an con. The unfolding of the plan of! .. .. .
WRECK IN ENGLAND-
has operation and low rate of freights to be The Z>.._raU Hav. Mad the Slat ft i.7"S W. C1 ILC
ocean 'oiog steamer, business secured was a revelation to them, and e'Ir 9" ,
the Fall, Eratl..a. Tw* wen Attended with S rl s tU.att
shown a more buoyant feeling, and hey have the matter under advise- f
Ta. Trial .f Rara hoC
real estate Interests hare apparently ment, and great good Is expected to LITTLE ROCK, June IS.-The Democratic Proprietor and Man 0gTHe
out of it. In the meantime the state convention here elected F. LONDOX, Jane 18.-Five persons wer
taken lease of life. It is no grow; Goarmnt,with his Book OB Influencing the Sex, TOO will 1
on a new Intervening country is being canvassed, C. Bridwell, of Hempstead county, permanent killed and eight injured by a collision come the sex desired. Xo cost nnles you do. Writ for testimonial ad '

DIe to attempt to disguise the fact that and the certainty of a continuous chairman. In his speech to the early In the morning at Bishop Gate

Palatka'a superior natural advantages steamship line to Palatka begins to convention, be urged that an uninstructed station on the Great Eastern railway.
and the valuable improvementsand assume the hape of an assured fact Through mi.u dent&Dding'
many delegation be sent to Chicago.The some Buy a "SingWhen
transportation facilities that have following state ticket was nominated the signals or orders of two working.
Where is all the legislative timber of
been added during the past ten yean, : For governor, William M. Fish. men's train which daily bring in to their
the county? There'are doubtless many back general K IL Clarke work thousands of from the
attorney people
does not place her in condition to successfully ; ;
don't tale
Machine
that amount of trade who are willing their friends should secretary of state P. S. Armistead; au suburbs ran into each other. Hundredsof you buy a Sewing any M
control put them up. ditor C. B. Mills; commissioner of working girls were in the carriagesand SINGER, which you know to be thoroughly reliable in evcj
necessary to sustain a prosperous trade ands, C. E. Meyers; commissioner of the excitement naturally attendant styles to suit every line of work. TEN MILLION SI'G
centre. A large section of country agriculture John D. ,Adams; superineadent .upon the accident was added to by their
The heat has been intense up North of public instruction, J. H.Shranr shrieking. Many went into hysterics and The NEW VIBRATER is unequaled for ease of ope

that fct one time was necessarily de- during ,the week, in some sections the treasurer, R. N. Morrow; associate the physician*summoned had their hands and dnrabslity. All bearings are made of the best steel, ,

pendent upon Palatka for an outlet to mercury going up to 105 in the shade. justice supreme court.W. E. Hem- full attending to them. Others fainted be taken up by imply turning screw. It has the elm
found the mingway. and were carried from these carriages
the has unfortunately
ocean To our Northern friends we would say In an unconscious condition. The five best balanced tension,greatest number of labor saving

stems at hand that points to an outlet come to Florida and keep "cool. A Family Narrowly E.eap a.HAJUZTTA dead were taked to the morgue while simplest self-threading shuttle best automatic bobbin i

in a different direction and Palatka Ga., Jane 18.-Shortly ambulance carried the injured to the parity for all kinds of family sewing. R

laments the absence of a large amountof Earthquakes, cyclones, floods and after midnight Mrs, 8. C. Mollin's reaileaoe i lospitaL The scotch the Midland Terms easy. Needles and Oil for all machines. 3
express on
valuable freight that years ago came other disasters are reported from different on Cherokee street was found &b.. railway ran into an engine' at Leeds. Uion. Headquarters for the State, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

to her aocks. And we feel the loss sections of our country this be on fire and under good headway. The Seven persons were quite, M-rioiun'

more keenly- because under present week. And yet in this favored land family was asleep and barely escaped i S. MARTIN, Ll
loss alive. Some of the children had to beescoed y ; ; ;
conditions this is irreparable. we are growling and bemoaning our
by the firemen and citizen' i je7 i
Great changes have come upon those at*. We have much to gave t.bankafor. lie house was owned by A. R. Winters iartexican

industrial interests that years ego gave and was insured for $1,000 The fire i I

to Palatka her halcyon days of pros The National Democratic Convention was the work of an incendiary. About
o'clock when the home
10 family came
WE ARE RECEIVE
. perity Th rich lands of Marion, will convene in Chicago next Tues from the commencement exercises: all

Alachna, Bradford and a portion of Columbia day, the 21st. It looks u If victory is the doors were locked and the keys left

devoted as these lands were to to be lost to the party upon the shrine inside the locks. When the alarm was THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
given the keys were all gone and the
of cotton. The of Grover Clevelaad. It is a reflection I "'"
the growth long staple family had to escape through a window.
prosperous planters of these sections upon the Democratic party to have It Mu's
... ng
Am .A.r. LC Fall.
found Palatka the most accessible aid that Cleveland is the only available Hammocks
BALTIMORE June 18.-Charles Waite :
point for the shipment of their pro man within its ranks. One defeat is
aeronaut who a balloon exhibition -
an gave
ducts to the eastern and foreign mark ufficient. Give us a new man-PatU-
at Tolchester Beach, an excursion
ta. Cotton in those days was transferred son of Pennsylvania, for Instance. From 75 cent Q
received
resort on the Chesapeake Bay,
to Palatka by wagon trains; here --- juries which are likely to prove fatal. Liulmeiltl

,they met the Charleston and Savannah DCMOCKAT8 ORGAMMHG. I When 1,500 feet above ground he cut BASE BALL GOODS CR
loose with a parachute, the of
ropes
steamers that distributed these pro Putnam Hall Democratic Club of
which became tangled, preventing its l STATION)
FINEST
ducts to distant markets :Many of our District No. 19, met on Saturday the tpenin properly. Waite came down

older people still speak of those prosperous 11th, and organized by electing W. J. tike a flash making frantic efforts to EVER SEEN IN PALATKA. Our stock of t
He fell in
days, and attrtbute their ab Green president, and J. E. Lane secretary disentangle the ropes. a cora
LeJd. and i. still anconflcious. The doctors I ever kept in Palatka before.
sence now to the presence of the railway with appropriate committees say no bones are broken.

lines that have been built Into our appointed. We intend to make shot I FISHING TACKLE, SMOKERS' ARTICLES.

city.Without fight for good Democracy and a reduction DAILY MARKET REPORTS. TWINE, PAPER BAGS, &c., wholesale and reljCOCIIRANE'S or

wishing to question the sincerity in the of affairs.
cost public !C.... fttr... MAN OLD BOOK SI
of our citizens who entertain All candidates are invited to meet .
StTAYKAH.J..lI.-hrpenti. firm at 27;
these convictions,yet we can but think with us from time to time. :Meeting rosin! firm, SUI.WILlQ1fQTOW .

that these conclusions have been on the second and fourth Saturdays,4 JOB !&,-Tnrprntta* dull atKM SCRANTOM WETMO
: roatm arm tralood 8* good strained
: ;
reached without Intelligent consideration p. m. J. P. WALL. i SGo Ur ....s,. a* $'-3% end &arpeaUH.a andBEAST PALATKA FLA.
of the peculiar conditions that -... n hard SUO( yellow dip $U1; virgin apIMfrJitATllWJ ,

cow environ us. It should dot be The announcement ot John W. sunrises

forgotten that during the past thirty Hagan appears in another column of I and .--...._ .

there has been an upheaval of this isrte as a candidate for the officeof Yaw Toas.: J.a. U.-f*rtc steady;men old
jean .i $.S.Ce10Jfl sew llLMe prime eaten $tO-... r
the social and industrial system in Sheriff of Putnam County Mr. UBS. Middles arm; short dear STJTH.

those counties whose trade had heretofore Hagan is a young man well and favorably sssaaSODt lArd firm and optiona qmfot;late western ass kid.Qaleiee. steam. &.no cite YEARS IF YAIIII EX PE

been tributary to Palatka. :Muchf known tlftoughoat the county,and Jua*It. -CaA quotations wars. WUCCEFIL tLa I

% the lands in the counties mentionedis his candidacy has already awakened a Httows Mae poet fttmULCt. Lard S.r Lne the u.ot Cy/M- fWE
54 Short rib loose.Sfl! I.U. Dry r & )FORForty
is we Alone)own
cultivation of enthusiasm that a flattering
now devoted to the popular I stMrtUM hated SJBevaTH. Short clear sides I
eul!" fruits and vegetables-products testimonial to his popularity. If nominated box-d sass 8rptber..ISLCDKxmrAn. for all Pt.Q -

his election his Jam IS.-Pork hleber new .
that demand rapid transit. Enterprise no one doubts ,or .
XLTk Lard sfer; emrrent mak.. .... Bulk
has built numerous rallwaylines through capability to make a good officer.KLKCTHIC ats strooc: short rjh *$ Bacon InIsle Years M -
4"IIbo: c1-.r TJ7. who hare weak orff jr.
roads all
these counties, and these itorTan

point to Savannah as a terminal point. BTTTKHS. pleag. Mart!. ,wa0 tits.ult..
This remedy is becoming so well tram utatt or rom
U is now evident that Palatka can CBICAOO.Joe 11. any B or o

never recover this lost trade in its en- known and so popular as to need no t eM'm4: July r1J6, THE t euta7E >i ,
special mention. All who have used are-sees. '5: July'tss4. ee5a
tirety. The people of these counties o.-Jalr. lP4: Sept. !eKlurkc &
wffl never return to the raising' of cotton Electric Bitten sing the same song of ee.lnQ July. "8:'. method rotr*.and oar sa
praise. A purer medicine does not exist 1Ub -8epe.U?; h17. u:. ford a C l
then fruit and vegetables being and it is guaranteed to do all that 1.&r4-8ept. .1&17. 042 STIIOARD.For e. .

perishable in their nature will alwayssat is claimed. Electric Bitten will cure .
Liver and IJ.*r-jl Ctt* F.t.ra> tP1AL HOFEF YO
the means of rapid movement all diseases of the Kidneys,
will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Lrr--u oov Joe FoOowiaK Is the epm I
P&latka must look somewhere else fora .
Rheum and other affections caused by fac sad o.otatioac .. DoG't brood 0Pr your eoodItIoa.Dar
.... 'J'b nda of the Worn c.es Lan +
Held to sustain her Jvns aad Jalv.NN.N. .Lr..LM Sale
freight producing impure blood. Will drive Malaria from olyana A-fat......... ... {./e T YF r,as forth te oar "fJIIDQ i
steamship line. It is true during the the system and prevent as well as cure nan-t Md l>ep te a b.r.,....=::.. :.lliAlle port paid f fT f or a 1.aocmeeJIEIliu
Fpt.-.br; and October..__....._.... .leaLJOetoaer e gs method
winter months Putnam County alone an malarial fevers. For cure of Head aDd November ...............4.1146.1' =5:55n450&. CIMUa tb.
sufficient but we ache, Constipation and Indigestion try )00.__and December..............i.ni4 17 BY ALL eNIIIMAU! ,
can give support, Electric Bitten. Entire satisfactionguaranteed ) c mbar and .iaaeary.... ._........Lrei&le
need and must here a continuous refunded. Price Too -*]. kee"u00. .

service. To secure this and a satisfactory 50 cents and or 81 money per bottle at Lowry& DRUGGISTS; 2WI 1et"1.. se $l W tI3$ II

schedule of jfreight rates, in and Unisys, druggists.



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buried in that land
be
LOOKSMVELY, FOftM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.tra hall lor Hanburry ...... too
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mtrtt V\' '- f belonging to the county upon whieli 8 G Le t f LompUB_____.......,, S GO
: nA Third Pmrtf V.eve.ttsn _7 bu DOW TO DEATH' "- A Mecraney for Lovey Futfh-_ ft 00
house locate .
the pest J E Bald..ta. county judge' affldaTita.eta. .
Mere Than the C_. Chb JM.d-Re.dsGmted-Caw Bids were received for corduroying ...- ...........'............'. lie

OXAHA, Jane, --Mr.. V. GBtrick- treats Le&-BIPp.n.f Marking CemmUtoen the bay on the Crescent City and FC tar Blanchard May_._collector. ._.'... .,.corunlssUvs...? ...."_ I as e

'ie riMe Story Mow It lee, who has been depaijsedfor the Thirty Workmen Were Burled -Other Bulae Tr__ etd.PALATKA COmo road. Mr. Frank Gautier wa 3 U xayn Spaitord. kMs county........soUcttur.. .. .. ..:..1,. or. to oo

present it' the place of H.E.f nben > .the lowest bidder and the .ontract 1II heflry.Kberiff.baOtitetc..- :::: 160 Wrmnt
.
\f |Ws Cause to the Water Below. FL.&. M clerk,salary and gentral -
of the Natica Execn dent.
ecker president I _
June 7th, 1892. I was awarded to him for $124.00.A st Mloula
farty Janitor:May=:::::::::
tire Committee of the Peopsi's it I. A. Pope. S3 OB
The Honorable Board of County petition wa.s1'f'&d signed by Fla.. Com.C.. rent 01 armory April and
A ble Miner Makes preparing for the convention tcbe held Sixteen Bodies Have Beea Webb Jas. P. and forty othersas _................ .:.... MOO
here July K He said: "'t+he iecple of Commission!* for Putnam county Boyd Lops Bailey receiver, gin May for

tsion to a Priest Omaha must do some active baling in Taken from the Water. Florida met at the court house this follows: : }aU M 38. (ra.April for Jail Ie>M. gas

the next three weeks, or ttwM;is grief Precinct or District No. 22- ,i tor May coon HIT court house stature IIS S15&.......gas.....April...... 13 KScraatoB. -
in store for us. We have sesor(accommodations day In regular tension. I voters' of Wetmore a COsta tot clerk'soffice.
0e Fatal Blaze That Caused for a little over 1,0 She Collapse of the False Work We, the undersigned I ..__....-..........?......?___ 444TC
th ter and Has Been and there will be 10,000 here torn this 'Under Iron Bridge Caused Present T. C. Butler chairman precinct No. 22, would respectfully Batter a days county: commfralon-
State alone. \ an and T. N. Qautier, L. U. Morgan H. petition the honorable board of er H 4 days oa road$8.paid for pea ,.

by His Conscience -EYefy.tate will send bifdebgatious.. the Terrible Catastrophe.Contractors S. Minton and W. R. Bowen members county commissioners to change the LV Morgan S 011 days JIh'county aoum tL-coo.- 1' 00 4

r Since the Fire and KBIT*** aDd Iowa Will our immense Liable also Jas. H. Shelley sheriff and Penial mileage M 60...... f-:-- $ at
; Francis to
of from
; place voting
crowds in upon n*. ttr. Wilkins W RBowen. drsi.ot', mtieam:WfO,
V 18.-A miner named ,chairman of the state C%mittH. New YORK. Jane 15.-A dispatch Frank Wright, clerk autism the centre of the place of is ti"
n 8 Xinion s dave mile CB W ao.-*
BAfessed that he caused says that they will have niaet>two delegates from Cincinnati published here says; The meeting was called to order by voters in the precinct. Action ptst days oa road M.........*M US

the Perzibram mines. His and will bring an armyof sight The false work of the new bridge over the chairman and the following ,badness poned until July meeting.A Martin Griffin A Co. Supplies brsewe4 t

two seers. They want to arrange ft a small disposed of: etc .... .... ............?.............7 lR10s!
ere among the dead. He hotel for their exclusive ns*. Licking riTer, between COY ing ton and petition was received signed by 8 J Ken-erly.suppUea for road...... U 00ltcKenzte
says ended to keep his secret The minutes of the last meeting B. )I. O. F. Ballard C. A. k Bnrtz. stationery and
"Indiana is in the lame flxf A Price
gentlemaa Newport, Ky.. fell and thirty workmenwere ... ...... ..... WM
bath n began to fail him af was here last week Sam Jerry were read and upon motion approved.The Clingman and twelve others as follows F A Bead t ii.j:aa equalizer::::::.::: 00 .:

ter core. of bodies brought Simpson's district in Bas.. and engaged drowned.. The false works broke county auditor presented his : We the undersigned petition. win K Pearce 1 day*..equalizer.___ too
G P THvenon.- 1 day a equalizerS 00JFTenney.
hotel
fifty rooms at the for visitors from its support.Sixteen statement made daring the month of ...__
up. ers, respectfully ask for the following 1 day as egn.uz r. 300
I from that congressk district bodies hare been taken cook:(uncles.S days as equalizer__ 10 00
BM to the hills to keep his alone. This convection will bring from already May. which was examined: approved change in the Orange Springs and S J Welhw 3 days a*equalizer......... 400
: Oqaha and oat. Assistant Superintendent William and ordered filed. W II Yiixfnt. mile poeta H 00. signboards
to to
reminding him of the 80,000 50,000 people Waldo road; Beginning near the WOO__.__..... 1000
srodd a place in a factory they most be provided for.' Wilson is badly hurt probably f aully.HU The county judge presented his south-east corner of the .outh-west DPJoa&son.SdaysequaIUlag$409,1

y. bat after remain- A RELAY RACE. back k broken. William Flack, of statement of licenses issued daring qr of sec 33, tp 10, sr 23 e,and running darn L 'orqn..MOO c* days...equalizing.:::= 1400D 4 00

ins t / was unable to keep Covington. was hurt about the head. ho month of May, which was ex In a south-easterly direction to a W O U11D tOD. days equalizing'.... 400A
at
yg rk longer and started Dellreri-c a Me...r. tr..'C iu.b.. (. and ordered filed. I*Barker,t days equaUzlng__:::::: 400
mined of ...
John CTNetl, of 11 East Lemon street, approved point near the nw cor of the sw qr H R L le t days egnallztng 400
oetHe J"Ouenugs.lrlP fclMte. T W Kalp'n.aast assr 44 days a"ii'day 1 SOWM
the
iBdlaaapetU hy Bicycle
sad he could not had his leg broken and was injured in The county treasurer presented his the se qr of see 4, tp 10 sr 23 e, the Williams maklotrtobal..... ia 00OFBuUru.aMtashr49days
beef o satisfy his hanger. DATTOS, June 10.-la fie relay statement of warrants paid durIngthe proposed change Is the road actually ta is day 117 n .
teraally. Be is dying. o t.Waltcomb.*days raaim.g'__ sooC
would go crazy if he bicycle race fr Columbus. b Indianapolis month of May as follows: raveled and does not make the road V Vance a days equalizing'.......... S 00
di n mind, He therefore ,'ia which Colambos, Dayton and The work was erected by Baird Bros L 8 Jernlsaa. rebate on taxes. ....._ 4 SI
the fund 91034.H
From
general distance. Plat of old
went in
Milan two any greater A*Dent carting dead robbers....__, 100
days ago Richmond wheelmen (engaged the of Pittburg, at their own risk. They _........
and Cj, be had done. The are( which was examined, found cerrect road and change on back petition. MI Cole Inquest.. oajrobbers a OS
.,
priest [most return at once message carried arrived at the city limits were potting in iron beams for the floor and ordered filed. Under the rules laid over to the July :NHTItzaugt M Cannon..Inquest Edit2rk on' fi<+n'oersjury.Um.n.... SORB a01J :

his story. He is in this city at 11:16 tairtj-two minutes when the weight caused the false wurk The county treasurer' also prsent- meeting. L Becks constable on above._...__. < ME .
SO* 00
D Lana *8i amt to bah ???
ahead of schedule time. togire away." ed hs statement showing balance on The report of marking commission- Mrs Sarah E-Varrar. berths r-O ceil.. a 00
i The time and T N Ua.U r for j C Turner 0 signs aad
BREAKS..d.dppi best greatest gain was hand June let as follows: en of Bieeo and Fruitland was reelved 1 mUepatts' 8 :30WM
made between Fairfield and tiayton E. BALTIMORE'S BIG BLAZE. WtlUama Ellor tax books oliwi
.To the credit of the general fund as follows: We, the under. ................". ......._ U8a8
B.tt.wa.Fzw H. sweeter and C. 8. Erbsof botumbus, The BeLle Steamer.* Waeh*.t. D.ra* 7011.80, which was examined and signed committee appointed by your ; ,
j l>flke( UeMs> | rode the relay from Harshnun to this Twenty pounds of Granulated Sugarone
ordered filed. and mark
YeeeU
: e4 sad Several Damaged.BALTIXORX. honorable body to
I V3l6...Indications city, from which point the Dayton club survey dollar; full weight guaranteed, atGrainger' ,
L'S;' the levee at Avon- carry the message to' Richmond. Carl June 16.-The big ware. The county collector presented his out the road from SIsco to Fruitlandwill ..

pv. miles above this Sauman, the first relay to get the men house of tb'e bay line of steamers, at statement showing the amount of state that we have marked out

sage at Dayton broke his saddle inr.rouing the foot of Union dock, took fire from taxes collected during*the month of the following proposed route for said
ia a day or two a street car track, but held to Ba ae..I'a Appeal De-led.
The wa an unknown cause and, within fire fay as follows: road to-wit:
has already the wheel until relieved by Ellis Finke PARIS June 1 .-The court of appeal
La who met with a similar accident when minute was a roaring mass of flames. County Revenue . . . .$404.69 Beginning between sections 23 and ,
| oa both sides the b. pronounced against the appeal of
Taaas about to deliver: the message to a third Stored inside the warehouse, which it County School Tax 454.48 24, j of a mile west' of Sisoo and running -
iUvachoi the anarchist wbo appealed
JJlhopePacificrailroads. relay. several hundred feet long were between County Licenses . . . 3.63 south on line between sections ;
of the chamber of
the
against Decision
? crevasse, The Wlcw.M Will Be Beady.CHICAGO five hundred and one thousand bales of Poll Tales .. .. .... .... .... 2iOO 26 and 25,35 and 36 In tp 11, r 26 and
wh 9Ve New Orleans, writs which returned a true bill against
bee June 18. Hundreds of cotton several ship loads of rosin in sections 2 and 1,11 and 12,14 and 13,
people him for the murder of Brunei the hermit -
| This levee was number of bogs.beads Total . . . . .$887.74:
twelve f visited the Democratic national con.'fention barrels, and a greater 23 and 24, and intersecting Fruitland of Chambles and for the murder of
break is now of molasses. The inflamable nature which was examined, approved and Saint
more the wigwam to view the work of and Crescent City road between and two ladies named Marcon at
6* and 1Wrapidly. feet of the contents of the warehouse ordered filed. Etienne, and his trial has been fixed" for
deep' Thebaa be storm. The broken center pole and caused the blaze to spread with light- The sheriff presented his bill against on section lines dividing section 26 and June 20 before the MontbrUon assizes.

y miles above huge strips of canvas scattered about ning-like rapidity. Fire plugs were 25; In tp 12, sr 26 e. selected by lot ami .'
feet s city.d t wide and 100 were all that rewarded the sightseers. scarce' and the engine had to hunt for the state for feed of four prisoners as J. N. GRKKf.J. then; willwill not be disclosed. Th isis

alrea I? two breaks The building itself showed oo evidencef openings in lumber piles in order to get follows: to guard against anarchist friends of '

I Valley raifhd Mississippi strain. Thousands of feet of plank water from the dock. The big four. 3 prisoners 31 days 40c day. .137.20 P. ATTLXBY the; prisoner attempting to intimidatethe .
) >n cover all ng were delivered daring the day. aauhe masted schooner Augustus Well, the 1. K.TUCKKR. y
ftppiV o. .
urors
the Plant the river front labwrenytfnjf &Flier roof instead steamer Caroline and a number of other 1 12 40e.6. 4.80 Upon motion report is approved.' _______

t d wil ke of an Airy i:ajMpy"originally pro. easels lay at the pier when the fire I The Three fleeter B.I......

he Idr/ y b txesutsasage < potIl'& <<>> .wiug. Night and broke out. The Caroline caught fire I 4 $42.00 )L I. Coxe J. P., presented his bills PABIS Jane 18.-Three foreignerswho ;,

(Of Vwa 11a.M. 'L i r .m"WiU'be on hand con.tant..w but the tags made a desperate effort to I which was examined found correct against the state In five cases, which arrested for hooting at President
was so ; ; the wigw m" construction are her. The schooner Wirt was wrapped and ordered filed. found correct and were
*isAMI were examined approved *
t s iwl. the t'o1ta1< is com 1ete. No fear is expressed that in flames in a few minutes. The Mr. O. R. Thatcher appeared before Carnot and calling him a wooden

graph Tetephoae u>* call will not be ready on time. teat was terrible on the firemen and In duplicate bead,-as he was leaving Long Champs,

L. iasduta hem away several dropped at the hose pipes. the board and presented a petition J. M. Cannon, J. P., presented bills where be had witnessed the race for the

t I mile.fDr. AM A... Ian t ArreUed.MARSHALL The loss approximate 1000000. signed by Wm. Stan ton, Q. S. Sweeter against the state for jurors and wit- grand Prix de Paris, were released by

Ma, Jane 18.-A man The fire is thought to hare originated N. Bailey & Son. and twelve flosses in the inquest on the body of the police. Their arrest was more of a .

opposed to be one James M. Green is from spontaneous None combustion of the vessels among lyingat others asking' that permission be We'-b oilman, which were examined matter of precaution than anything
the cotton. the insults
who heard
Eibbea v W. G. In custody for an assault on Sister Maryda the docks were totally destroyed, because granted to the J. 8t A. & H. Rv. Co. found correct and approvedIn else, for offered the the crowd president were deeply J

this town, 1J ysician of [ one of the instructors at St. Xarier's a tugboat drew them into the to cut down the hill in public road duplicate by the chairman. incensed, and there is no doubt that the t

1 mad dog. tten by a Academy The sister was at the stream, where the fireboat Cataract, near the depot at San Mateo and re Upon motion adjourned to meet at men would have been n'f1.leTf'rely..
of the and was alone and streams from the tugs saved them
ersd the rear premises handled had not the police intervenedand
I dog la the i and also when the man appeared and catching from total loss; but several fine vessels move the earth. Upon motion petition 8 o'clock to-morrow morning taken them into custody. __

two other < hold of her throat violently choked her. were badly damaged. The warehousewas I., granted and Mr. Commissioner -.-

for his ,ely went She managed to scream. Some parties totally destroyed with its contents Bowen w appointed a committee of WKDSHCSDAT, June S. 189'J.I BASE BALL RECORD.
1004as 1 at As oa the outside heard her and seeing including 5,000 bales of cotton and overone
one to supervise! the work in the in
1 after him, rushedlot Green leave the premises, hurried after thousand two hundred barrels of I The board met pursuant to adjourn The following are the games played

or four times] three him. He was arrested near the C. &A. whisky, intended for foreign shipment. telHt of the county. ment all the members present. by the Southern and National Leaguee -. 1

between th tht him depot by City Marshal Miller and locked In the matter ot change the Bel. Upon motion ordered that the bill] .'''.ra League.

him. Dr. Kl and bit up. Green denied haying made the Met a Herrlble Death.COLUKBC lamy road. Mr. R. S. Mobley npi>eared of Mrs. Farrar'for burying Peter 10.
ok oat At Atlanta-Atlanta. 8; Memphis
his that pocket had been kn] ke place asasult.A ________ ________ ?, Ga., June 18.-Louis By before the board to urge the dis- O'Neil he paid but that In future no At Chattanooga -Chattanooga, 3;

parts caulOrleans lug the w...._'. C-e l_ C..ri.IKDIAHAFOUS ard, the son of Mr. Thomas Byard. of conuatlon of the old road as prayedfor such bill shall be paid by the county. New Orleans, 2. .

toi c lor New lad., June 18.-Char. henix City met with a terrible death at the last meeting. Upon motion A petition was received from Dr. J. At Birmingham-Birmlnjnau, 4;Mobile .

lotte Baker, who recently' married ta front of his father's house on River petition Is granted.A A. Hall and five others asking for O."i Maeon Macon 3 Montgomery
At
;
The Llf8oQUKGa. He bad climbed into a china tree
Charles Moon has brought suit against Row. petition was received signed by county relief for Edward William?. 11.
berries for his ,
,
to poppn.wben
Baker Jamee R. Mustleman sheriff of John. procure His foot some slipped and he fell to the ,Harriet Green L. C. Williams. II. N. Upon motion referred to Mr. Chair N-tle--l Leepme.

WM killed b three IOU county, and the managers of the rround. Under the tree from which MeCraney and fourteen others as fol- man Butler with power to act. ; At Washington-Washington, 12; St.
miles north of Indiana State Female Reformatory,
L red has She he unfortunate boy fell had been placeda : ows: A communication was received from Louis 7.

when father they Jules o' g' and claiming she was$3,000 committed damages.to the reformatory allegesthat I center pig pen and with as he some fell stobs he struck driven the in pen the We the undersigned tax-paying elt- H. K. Ide Esq., asking, that his assessment Pittsborjr At PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia 4. 10; :..

pint, b in cep while a girt, without form of law I throwing him on the stobs. One of the I lone of commissioners district No. 4, of $2,000 be reduced to At Baltimore-Baltimore, 18; Louis
avoid wet tin se to and was compelled to assume prison his left side and entered do honorable .
respectfully petition
stakes your
with garb and do penal labor until released penetrated I 1,500, the fame as last year. Upon ville. 9.
Unrest of the the stomach. He only lived a.few : board road toD-Bostou 11 Cincinnati..
Bred by habeas corpus proceedings.Death to grant us a public motion ordered that no action betaken At ;
b
took the his same seat too upttt -. ice minutes. ______________ commencing at Etonian church o. it appearing to the satisfaction At Brooklyn Brooklyn 9; Chicago -

free Beee' Stl-r. _', ".... I.. the Palatka Middleburg and Ureen 0.
window, wha DrniecraU Ix of the board that thy should not At New York-New* York, V; Cl.ve-
th window facil AronsTOff.Ala..June 18.-John Smith ST. PAC'L, June 16.-It has been definitely Cove road to Cross Sims Creek at R. change the valuation put upon prop. land,
*
insuntly. His lilS1.! a prosperous farmer living near Choc announced by Marshall Campbell. J. Bennett', to intersect with Palatka erty by the local appraisers appointed S.'I

upoa coal st the the same hg colocco eight miles east of this city chairman of the Minnesota Democratic and Boetwick road running to Boat- for that purpose unless some palpable h. S.atraek Sedlei.
r I cptw to death by bees. He was that there would be W. 1fOTOl'f.' June 16.-The weather
r,both vi&.n 'n' was stung central committee wick. Under the rules laid over to mistake is shown.In .
hiving a swarm of bees when the limb no fusion between the Democrats and reports show'that intense beat prevailed
which they had swarmed broke, falling All either on the electors or July meeting. the matter of the Sims Creek
t>r.wediB."War on anCt"lIlen. over about the same territory again.
I upon him. In a moment he was state officers. He Mid the Democrats In the matter of the Rollestoa and bridge on the Palatka and Banner.

Ponrr ile covered with the bees and stung so severely had made a poll of the state recently, Yelvington road'tbe marking commissioners ville road bids were received and Chicago was an exceptionally cool place
New
and small boy that he died within a few hoars and were so confident of fretting a plurality appointed by honorable 67 being the highest record. In
a your The bid of J. A. Bonannon of
opened. York, 86 was the average privatethermometers
abona
.maIlieek, despite all the efforts of two physician this fall that they didn't care to
West Joint Millsm who were called in to attend him.A make any alliance. body to mark change In public road being the lowest, L e. 67e per foot is on the line of streets in

running from Rolleston to Yelving- accepted. The bridge is to be ball! the business sections. Many heat stroke

ac "and. yea tr Ca-adla C7el.... Deliberately Cut Her Threat. ton. beg leave to report that on the In accordance witrf specifications and were reported. In New England thebeat
depth,md werethesosioftwo was one or two degrees greater
b n ST. JoHn, Que., June 16.-St. Johns MAKsnzLD, 0., June 16.-News of a 20th day of May they agreed upon, all material to be furnished by the than the day before. At WinstedConn..

Boon Esc is stated I bad a cyclone with 'all the accompaniment braUl murder in Hanover township and laid out and marked said changeas contractor a Scotchman and three Italians were

I Boon .It. got into! ehead.d of demolished buildings, lomUrr eo.cty. has just reached this city. It follows: Beginning at a stake in Mr. F. C. Blanchard presented his sunstrnck. One Italian will die. The

his 11ht.a sailing through the air, trees uprooted. seems that William Stall and wife each centre of said road on section line, statement of errors insolvencies and I thermometer was 95: in the shade. Rich
sacked from the river little cabin in ard Connors, aged 80 years' a trackmanon
waterspouts up about 30 lived in a
d&.he} noise and darkness made aged of that township. three hundred and fifty feet west of double assessments In the tax lists of the Central New England railroad
terrifying
were darned in i familiar in the news dispatches from IBouteUjTo !- They an vnfreqoented'never got part along wu toetner., centre of bridgeover what is knownas i 1891, which was examined, found correct was sunstrnck in the afternoon making

K bear T.. 1 linois and Iowa. Fortunately no lives Stun being lazy and fading to provide ThlgpenSI ough,running In a south ] and approved in duplicate.In five canes in a day. He will probablydie.

+ were lost so far as known. Several tat bit wife and two children. Stall westerly direction two hundred and I the matter of bids fer printingthe ___
Mn'IApOUS, Jai large buildings were completely swep' and hi wife quarreled, and he knocked I .
forty feet to a stake, thence in a list of delinquent taxes there being The S--4-y Law Chariest
her throat ,
Mainer and deliberately
down
away.spend her
wjissister. in the of their children. southerly direction to and across the only one bid presented to the CHARLESTON. S. C, June 11 -The
w.ek ._ presence
s.s.T. her* Strike.WoosTUt Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax board, action is postponed until the city council under pressure of public .

tin reside 0., June 16.-Professor J. OMtritto Im I.....- Cattle.PoemVJTD .Ry., to and Intersecting the old roadbed July meeting. opinion has, adopted a resolution

.enddingn. B. Eberly president, and entire corps June US,-A large authorizing the mayor to relax th,
Ind.
tot I of the 8L A. J. & H. R. R. follow. Upon motion the clerk Is Instructedto
Senator(ia/ of teachers of Wadsworth Normal AcaJ.emy af stringent "blue Sundaylaw recently
He in this county are I
c cattle
of
nunber idg said old road bed to the station procure a general Index for deeds enacted. Under the recent law. as
>
whether h strike for
Blain< d Wadsworth are on a
the but b. 0 ter. salary. At the conclusion of Sided with a disease which is killing J. St. A. & H. R. R. known as Thlg- similar to the one now in use for adopted by the present administration.

- sayint t ho t mencemeni exordaea all tendered them off at a rapid rate. County Tru.s- pen or Oakside, following said old mortgages and to transfer to it al the only article purchasable in this cityon

Republie of M heir resignations. They claim that the user John Haynea has already several lost four road bed across the track of J. St. A. names in the old index. The pay for Sunday'Was Sunday cocktail which
too heavy for the sala- valuable animals, with more wla. of course obtained through side
may lWthe 1 '..k paid has been and they will not return to .... It was first thought to be poison- & H. H. R. R. to and across what is each transfer to be 5o per deed.A doors The soda water, ice cream all

.deg anleas increases are granted.It >_, but an examination showed differ known as Thigpen Bay to a stake in petition was presented signed by fruit stands. were hermetically sealed

ent. Dr. Culbert says .it is gastritis, centre of said old road bed thence in B. P. Calhoun Wm. Thompson Irving and even the drag stores were prevented
May Pre_ rital.Hontma and Is sensed by a change of pasture.The from wU'q sweet soap. The publio
direction to Gilds and other
Q' in a northwesterly a lawyer asking

atelp Ratuas. N. c., Jane 16.-A student Crepe 1. -Ca..... stake, thence In a westerly course that the county judge be authorizedto became and crime rat seemed.iTe, especially to be on the as increase murder

probably lmle the Agricultural aDd Mechanical col- KAMA CrrT Joe II. Clinton crossing the J. St. A. & H. R. R. to a make. double index of marriage Hence the resolution adopted by th/

Polish per c named McOowan,from South Car. Franklin, statistician the Union Pa- take in centre of the Rolleston turn licenses. Action poetoned until the board of aldermea.

by pearedia the i and, fell from sustained the steps concussion of a street of car the dfie railway, publishes a statement of pike, following said turnpike to and July meeting. Cleveland free. a new..ad "tr.agr

and, incated v in. The car was turning a corner, the condition, acreage and probable Intersecting the Ban Mateo and MO The county assessor presented his New YOKE June 1ft.-Oa Saturday

those h 1d t i McGowan, who was accompanying I yield of various crop to Kansas. Thisstatement Creek roads at corner. tax sheets for 1892 which were examined afternoon at 2 o'clock the Democratic i idelegates

attacks be ns ki oung lady from a picnic, was notaoorldriset show* the reported damage Fwirx A. BKACH, and approved.
chosen the May convention
ha re t th ding on to the car. His injuries are to Kansas crop exaggerated, a* at present W. B. Con ? by
'loua. it promises be one of the most The following bills and accounts will leave this city for Chicago on

and they ap; 1> SettUd.AWAOTA prosperous in the history of the state. 8. P. SrjroLJCTo, were examined and approved,and the special: train of Warner drawing roo j
Dleleakl.e
cowed. Itber Marking Commissioners. cars. The train will accommodate 7
clerk Instructed to issue warrant
The N. Y., Jane 16.-AHir Aa Offl er Bealpa.WJJ Per W. 8. Cone. i persobs, who are expected to go w

abed difficulties 1 have been settled. The >III'fOTO-'f' Jane 16,-Mr. L. W. It that there therefor: the delegates. The Kings county d!j
appearing was an error
Mo> 'At FAT BOLL -JTCK 1892. gation and their friends will also ha j
ahovers
: ition of tbe lumber was Habercom fifth auditor of the treasury, In the assessment of L. 8. Jtrni- train and several hundred
Bankers ) special i r
barns T X' Gautier f M ton) 4 .
meet will to work days ,mileage ,
number of i pied and the mea go KM resigned his resignation to take ef gan, paring to which he paid more days road 1&.01 __..............._.. 130: pathizers with the Syracuse jnov i
toe. The stevedores are done away lid the appointment and qualification due E fehrpnerd tor pauper Patrick..... _.. s oo will go) from Buffalo. The Grati
read fa upon than the amount fairly from him
one will deal with
litiOD and the men directly Goo Know Jet)for pauper 8weu.-_ s 00
) He it site baa been thl
a newa- by
of grace on Captains, dividing the money eoual- othksnoceesot it Is notion ordered that the 8 R cat e1 tor pauper Thoms___..,. t oo pre-empted
otter in aper. MSMT lean and resigns to go back into upon W n Cyrus. x Do for pauper Oakley a Hill men, who have secured ace
opposs will be maaed. Both clerk draw and issue to Mr. Jernigau
militia
free The *"-
a enter the practice (00 dationa there for 50(1 of the
bstrnea* and to upon party
of silver. I are well pleased with ttltaia result. ** a warrant for $4.33, that being the T C Butler for Jtrs Xon111. tor berseU. sooW expected that thousand of 0.
flaw.' a
amount to overpaid by him. j Bi7a for pauper n*" s oo
friends from !xis .... ''!i11 I be
... Upon motion ordered' that In future Jas Becks for pauper LH ., w,, 51H GO
W
Hoop for pauper Wfdner..a 00 i
:, all paupers build by the county Emma Beck tar Lena r w_r- 55
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r rwrlK n for the ralatka TUnee.] SUMMER BATM. Kallwar ...'. Kxenreton t. De Iw.s Who are 1rJAK. DL.II ,4IULttATW.
A DRUMMER'S DIPLOMACY.How '
Springs. who
? 1I
PERPETUITY.Bob Mrryday. ignorance hare trt-.
The Georgik .Southern and Florida The J.T. A K. W. the I N V
System, says He Got Even M'the Expeaae. the I II HODY, MIMi
Ingenoll once ,aid"of Sfcakcs- Railroad is now preparing rates for the Times-Union, with its usual generosity, Otkert.Hewaa HOOD, earning toup.a
of bft M,
l>eare, "that he wa an Intellectual travel out of Florida to all Summer Resorts has gotten-up an excursion and basket a traveling 1e11maD, and wu Backache,Dreadful Y-=:WeakiM o-
telling his fellow employees about the cry naples.poe the face,and all
Ce&n. whose wares touched all the which will shortly be placed 9n picnic complimentary to its empluyes. trouble at the dob. '. i & Paine leading;to early decay. ,CMMUlaendlwr ".... t1 p

shores of human thought within! sale.This The picnic will be siren on the 20that "I think be will be admitted to withdraw particulars CHIX ef a .U......Lir.....;,(Sit rata t1I.

line is the shortest and fastest DeLeon Springs, and the excursioa ," be amd."Permitted 'i' Pit J".UUI..1t, )M N.injS .O'rt'
r "'rhich were all the tides and cnrren of Florida carryinz the West India you mean," corrected the N.
out train will leave Jacksonville at 7:30 blood who aide v
clerk wore whiskers abIDe
and pulses upon which lay all the and Florida aUto all points Wes a. m., and Palatka) at 9:30. The committee tie and a general air of superiority.' 'fit ;tSONVi1.LE.b'LA. (ITT WOMEN wbo have ben,

lights and shadows", and over which and Ncrthweit. Trains arrive and depart in charge of the arrangement "Y,.., that's what I should Lave uid. I' S I Frets.Backaches: sad, Sevnlgioty FolafuIoa.tics. ..

from Union Depots, Palatk. aDd consists of S. L. Earle F. E. Tubbs Mistake In speaking," the drummer .. DiNnh-n
"brooded all the calms, and swept all wered. but be blushed and looked con- meats of 1M aDE
Macon. Connection made with all W. W. and T. S. Vii4ns Oryas.. a .M"
the Thompson Moxiey fused, and there has an evil gleam in his Banjos .
the storms and tempests of which Mxmld tend fer0)1.:5': BOot,
lines in Macon with the vestibule lim DeLeon Springs is one of the pret- eye wben be changed the subject and said; (soled). tree with rarUculan for'.... 1
.oul is capable;who harvested all the lied and "Seems. more lik. spring this morning. No Cr.. Xo FAT ,
for the Carolinas, Virginia tiest places in fair Florida for a picnic, Got awful warm walking down town. Sdentifte Qm.line tto n. Vnllnne.rience '

field of dramatic thought, and from the East, and with through sleeping! and everything that can conduce to Haven't transpired no for a long time." STRIN Si; SHEET MUSIC&C. e.utk, .Careful ere the l>Mvrcu iagn< l..and f our!)td-

whose day until now there had been car lines for resorts in Tennessee,Ken- make it a memorable occasion and en- "Transpired( ?" repeated the smart clerk dress C. W, TAKKtR.my .

tucky and all points .North and North- is done. Numerous with the blue tie. Tbere'i another word: 9V y Chmy >"hLDEFORMITI
ooue but gleamers of chaff and straw. joyable day being ffot very familiar with the language are

We are a great admirer of Robert west. Sleeping can between Falatk attractions will make the time spent at you,', All PWfor Cash or on, terms to (

and Macon. the and it will be "Ye, that's wbat I uid. Transpire *
style of expression brit we think he Springs interesting, a suit i ocO3mNiw
,Hair Lh>.C .i
follows emit the to exhale. Per CTOM Eyen rTa ttr *,
through
Trains leave as : pores;
genuine red-letter day at the Doted dub Feet Hip Joint uWate, and|..
sometimes stretches the of hit!
scope baps if I said that I sweat freely would .
&.x. f. X.Palatk. you tie*of the Hand*. Arm, aMtcally

Imagination beyond the bounds of facts, .. .. ...... ...:;:40 8:15 little resort. understand better" and the drummer Store! eared. iI }

and soars high into the realms of fancy Ilamtton..6:31 9:37 glared fiercely at the blond clerk. DISFIGUREMKfSuperauonb <
Ladies are Unfortunate "Ah, ba! Dot allow me to explain
.. No reader of dramatic pen-lrawing Lake Caty..843 10:55 because the higher they rise in society dear friend, that transpire doe not mean my I [ I Hair Wtne Markii-

would attempt to detract from the illustrious For folders and other information, to exhales You're a little rattled, that's ? -o- pain'* aDd irttt\j r...o..rvalnaMe
to : the weaker find themselves treaties en the aUiTe. A i
they bodily.hialey's
apply all suavely replied the blond young man.
poet one Iota of his vivid aDd 'C. w.I'ARES.JmyM
A. C, KNAIT, JAS. If r.rrzIEs, Philotoken controls the aa he winked at the ezprcM clerk. 940 N.Cherry, S.eIR9ITE"T
life-drawn characters, and he may have Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent, nerves -Bet you fire dollars it doe," FURNITUREOF
J.
touched the cord of sympathy that Macon,Ga. Palatka. aids nature in her various functions "Oh, Just to convince you of your mla- nn\T

vibratos to the pent-up music in every and thus combats with the many ills of: take I will take that bet. You will let MtX Di-EASE.avaluable nitty
"De debbil." said Uncle Zeb, "am womankind successfully. If Webster decide it, I BuppoMr"\ AIL DESCRIPTIONS, for sale WtJ'k on their afflk-th.
soul J. yet we know, in many cases, boaly your "Certainly. There's the each. Xow cover and learn how they UJI lie tarty
struck the key, and the grand not always ez black ez be am painted druggist has not got it he will order it It and bring on your'die.' The bystanders at BOGS BOTTOM TRICE at writing I>>>R-PARKaR: & CO..341.NAIMTJLLZ .

Neither am he always painted ez blackez for for $1 a bottle from Cbas. F. grinned. "He is thinking of .TISJI.! Ketter write!*
diapason note that set the choristers o.nature's you perspire, are c1aD ru.*. Please state T 4
he Washington Star. of cooftleo" whispered one. "You don'l bow long afflicted.
Rislev wholesale druggist 62 CortlandSt. Carpenter'sNEW ,
,
melody was left to be fingered
"
make ns that offer, do you? be asked.
., New York. Send for a descriptive
.b! other skillful hands. An Opportunity pamphlet with directions and certificates : "Ob, you want to be in it, do youfsnapped ; THE
second
Lemon Street
STORE
The application is true of otheJhings No man should live in Florida or from many ladiea who have the traveling man.MAH right, ,
I'm with aa as choose. Comi : Store.
you many door from Goods
among the sciences and prefer Georgia and not visit the Atlantic used it and can't say enough in favor now, put up or shut up." 'alk'a' Dry

sions. An Edison may sweep the field Ocean. This great water thoroughfare, of Risley's Pbilotoken. The drummer's words and the sight oi Call aD *lei for yourself.

the roll of bills be flashed overcame aU Stearns\ i
of inTtDtlonlnatchiDf one here and which came the discoverers and
over BEAT-ITS PIAXOfl AND OJeGAJiS.I scruples they may have had at betting on GOODS iJujvERKD FREE TO ANT
there from the oblivious shades to settlers of America has historic associations I
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great a sure thing and another wad of bills was rAnT OF THE CITY. ,ap5-4

which nature has consigned them, but of great importance that can Organ and Piano manufacturer, is thrust into the stakeholder' bands.

ne wUl never get them all and the never impress us as they should till we and A dictionary produced and tbe definition -
building shipping more Organsand read. (tha=Aelain's E7 and 1SYm
electric light he has turned on to this stand on the surf-washed beach. No Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. -Well, Ply be hanged)" groaned the Ointment.

r inventive age will put other minds to teacher who eipects to make a succes Beatty left home a penniless plowboy, chorus. MI never beard that before.1* A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye. l lI

searching and exploring, and things can afford to let pass an opportunity to and by his Indomitable will he has and The as drummer he bowed himself pocketed out his he winnings chanted:, Tetter Sal) Rheum Scald Head. Old

dark and hidden and of no seeming visit Fernabdma when such induce- worked his way up so as to sell so far 'In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, 1

import to Edison's penetrating mind, ments are offered. nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and bread. Good morning gentlemen."-Boston Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples

iriU into Evans Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to Herald. and Piles. It Is cooling an< soothing .I
yet be brought practical Prof. Lawton B. superintendent dishearten him; obstacles laid in his

'utility that will astonish! this age of en. of schools, Augusta, Ga., with way, that would have wrecked any Mehaly's Recommendation.la Hundreds of cases have been cured by

l htenment. several eminent State educators, will ordinary man forever, he turns to an one of the loveliest counties of old Virginia it after all other treatment had failed I

,; advertisement and comes out of it there still stands a stately mansion U is put up ia 23 and 60 cent boxes.EATTVR .
from assist in of
The hare taken a practical
sculptor giving course
may than ever. His Instruments that was in days gone by the show place of I
brighter
f the quarry the beet granite in his estimation instruction. Teachers and students of as is well known are very popular and all that section. The imposing park of '

and others should avail found mighty oaks, graceful lindens and generous ... PIINnSi:
and from it chiseled a monu. high grades are to be in all parts of the : T. ditATTY
low spending beeches was a fit setting I or Catalogue. DANIEL
ment as life-like as the original Minerva themselves of a very superior normal world. We are informed that during for the big bowie with its white columns nos-tf WMhingtoo. New Jersey.S. .

and when his successor comes course. the next ten years he intends to sell reared from basement to root The quaint

his choice may be the very piece rejected i Now is the lime to combine profitable 200,000 a business more of of$20,000,000 his make,(that we means Furniture and the rare crystal and princely W. & W. M. DAVIS,
average plate were spoken of near and far. Every
:' by the first, and under his almost -I instruction; with needed recreation by! hem at $100 each. It is already the floor, every window seat and every table of CAW lightest, stronsfe tor
AT
magnetic skill, from its jagged, taking a four or eI ht.weeka' course at' largest business of the kind in exist this house was waxed. ATTORNEYS has been built and ia ,

-t angled exterior may come a life-like the Island City 'Chautauquahighlyendorsed ence. Send to Daniel F. Beattv, Wash- Every morning an army of nimble kneed years, has stood thj "

t-, image whose symmetrical form by Major Russell, State Su- ngton, New Jersey, for Catalogue.: young regresses fell upon these floors and Hiekman-Kenneriy Block,' o ?Street suitable for ah clan ;askr
'
,
The lowest rubbed and polished until each board fairly 'air: 'ed mfltffi
ndent. rated of.
J graceful figure and facial expression, ered.>ennt Slmpeen for OoTemer.. shone and glistened with the amber Palatka. Ra. eJ.11E. lion of out w JJlitest

lie will so clearly delineate the original Get up a dub and write to J. F. KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 14.-The wax. iron felloes, tlioi
The The of
war came
on.
neproes
as to pale all other attempts of the Shands. army E. HASKELL wheel Iu the trade. d
,
Times' Topeka (Kan.) special says: was scattered from the old quarter. They '
We build: ...M f! i
same into futile failure. It was so THE MUSICAL WORLD. The People's party (Farmeis1 Alliance) spread throughout the state and it was :La .A. "VGr' Y 3E5 :OF*. pumping'mi''s a' ?tr'f\l'
thought rare fortune to bold of
a get one 't.np
decreed and so it must continue to be y
Important Arraa _e.' Between Two of Kansas will probably nominate Jerry of Mrs. C-'.well trained servants. plies of al i'nd*. -

i. verification of the eternal declara- Well Known Do..... Simpson, member of Congress from One day one of these servants applied to Orric>>Second street, :oppott Coon HonPALATKA ind a spectnuv. i'

.t; lion, lhe, stone the builders rejected the Seventh Kansas District for ),{l'L B-, of Richmond for a situation. anteed. ..
of the
Who has not heard world- gov.ernor. FLOBIPA.
&as become the head of the Jt[ was Mehaly a hoity-toity girl but not Will r'vf> fi i nx r'
corner. ramous STEINWAY PIANOS? And who There >s a bitter fight in the without her following in tha old quarter. aA sale IIIUT* u t.. ". Li.ed 1
t We dare not dispute the fact that the Alliance ranks the nomination "Can cook?" asked Mrs. B-.
in the South has not heard of LUDDEN over you ?t'ml Ger uu' iaiCmnlogue ;;
touching all these sympathetic cord. "Cookf No. 'In. Ole miss' cooks wa' For Sale Exchange.
& BATES SOCTHETIX Music HOUSE? and Jerry Simpson will be sprung a* a or and meAddrr'r.s .
of lie human soul has set in motion Tintby an Alinervy an. Luce an Judy an
:.. anarray ark horse in the that he will ., '
For twenty-two years this well known hope Arrah and Rachel an Polly." .n rr.
I have 245 of land nine miles
"A, of study and Investigation,whose music house has been identified with secure the nomination and heal all factional "Can you do housework' queried Mrs. acres MitNf,
ribratic melodies have set other strains differences. Bwith interest. west of Port Arthur, Algoma, Ontario, STEA>S

.. to music, but the grand swelling orchestral leading pianos and organs only. It I ""No 'm. Cant do bousewnk. Dar wa' in the Silver Mining District, which I mhi>tf GamA'
aims always to give its customers the I Tinny an Becky an Sa'Jane an Liz an Rose I Ian _
" will sell for $5,000 or take an Orange
sweetness of the soul's best Hon W. V. Lucas ex-State Auditorof ,
,
Dinah do de
to
best obtainable :at the lowest and easiest an Salomyan Nancy
i i't talent and greatness can never 1>e fully terms. Therefore it has secured the Iowa, says: "I. have used Chamber- housewuk." Grove or Phosphate Lands of equal EXECTTfTAKE

I developed/tuttl! that glorious morn of lain's Cough Remedy in my family, "Well maybe you could do laundry value in exchange.; .
wholesale Southern for the work," PERCONA Dec .,
1 the ascension "when this agency Some work has already been done in ALL .
triumphal and have no hesitation in saying it is "No 'm, don't know ouffin bout wasbln that the uusty
Steinway Piano which it will sell always pointed by the CooJbent of
mortal shall have'put on immortality;" the lowest New York an excellent remedy. I believe it is all nor Ir'nln. Karline an Majildy an Sooky developing the silver vein. Via, Executors of 4 those

and as'the' countless legions of angelic slid on at accommodating terms. Never prices hat is claimed for it. Persons afflicted de and Ir'nln.Henrietta" an Lydia dM d.washin an For particulars, address baring LEONARD debts HOL and )-te gaeid wtll,

}costa and the myriads that have cold will find it friend." I CAPf. McADAil, present then for N*
gone bay a piano or organ without writing by a cough or a "Then you can nurse?" persisted Mrs. Obio,without de'jile with
.up t&rough) great tribulation shall Ludden & Bates S. M. II. at its home There is no danger from whooping B-, 21 Woddbridge Street, ThoM lnd.bte.

w Bweepv through the immensity of space, office, Savannah, GA., or seeing its cough when this remedy is freely given. "Nebber Dollied in my life. Dar wa' mj6-lm Detroit, Jlich. us. Secntors.If AX,

{ singing the grand hosannas of redeemIng cent for your vicinity. This course 50 cent bottles for sale by Ackerman & Judy an Seely an Pbeeny an Penelope an March 25 1m..-: .
Venus
/" love in one swelling anthem unto will save money and regrets. Stewart, druggists.Go an did old you Bet do to*D111IL""What asked Mrs. Bin "BEA.: .'1.r y S i rT" s.7" schare.
Notice of
! him who sltteth judge of the unl- Splnks-Goodno's pretty typewriter lismay."Well. Apr_._
\. Lea's Springs, Grain..r County, Eat anal ONNnrlcic
replied Mehaly, as a rare smile CELEBRATED
rerse. has left him. What was the matter? IS Mme;I will
Tennessee.A I broke over her dark countenance "Imos'lybunted ehercsssd-
: Thus will it be. The eternal Binks-She caught him kissing his
ever Popular Summer Resort, twentyone up ole miss' .peca.-llarper's Bane Pianos and present my fliBotlg*. de.
&&1'. Organs. mlnlitrator efcamCoonty,
fiat has fortb. One man wife.-Judge.KCNKKJiNESS..
1 gone improvesa miles from Knoxville, on the first- tossed,to the tad ask for a
method. Another takes it where be : Bed Thing '1'.'. Florida,at bolos of said
.or tbe LIQUOR HABIT, class, newly completed Morristown and final ditthargANOVA.t .
left "There."said the dentist with air of For Catalogues, address,
off, and goes on with it, and when an tatc. 1lbert lodge.Admf
. "'
Cured nt Home In Ten Days >r Administering Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and satisfaction as he laid aside his instruments jYr.sntPot&tka
the grandest achievements have been
') Dr. Hnlnes' Golden Specific. Telegraph Office on the place. Passengers I "tbatdidn't youmuchdidit?" DANIEL F. BEATTY Washington, N. J. FrayI. -
obtained from human of ___ __ _
a point view "Don't know the be
replied patient as n
It Can be given in a glass of beer, A from th* North and East via cell
other powers will take hold of the same tried to get his jaw on its hinges again. "I O C\ rrfBEATTTS CROAKS ,
t of coffee or tea or in food without forristown from the South via Knoxville OOUU.UUvJ .
, cup ; didn't hare a chance to find out." I BtROAL\S..or par-
. resources, and to develop the leavings from the West via Knoxville i iCuUn cats k goe. dress .
,. the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely ; "Of course of course, said the dentist DANIEL r. BKATTT
of others that will demonstrate the harmless, and will effect a and Cumberland Gap. Superior natural complacently. was a quick piece of WayhiuRton, Xrw"I rw1.Marrion's .
"The half told." advantages viz: Romantic work." ale
'. adage: was never Finer wile tM Cart
Bethoven's soul stirring melodies set permanent and speedy cure, whetherthe Mountain. Scenery, with Sicnal Point "Quick nothing,"growled the patient."Who's Aad Conaf |
is moderate drinker Restaurant.
a or an
patient higher and more commanding than that driveling essence of IdlOCJ'Inthe .
; io music may have sent the scintillations alcoholic wreck. It. has been given in Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool next room r* I l'ft *rALATKAI tara-UfeefPot

, of sweetness through the latent thousands of cases, and in every instance aDd Healthy Location. Superior natural "The man who plays the cornet" trader Acme Hotel) ILLS

nerve of the human breast, but it remained a perfect cure has followed. It Mineral 1 Waters, White Sulphur, "Tbe man who tries to play the cornet. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
never fails. The system once impregnated "On, he's a poor unfortunate"
for 1.. P. Bliss and Philip Mack Sulphur and Chalybeate, ac- Table Supplied with the Bn the Market Affords E.b4- 3-
with the specific it becomes an "Unfortunate! He ought to be nnfortn- '
tbe best south of the Po-
cupwlelged
and Bate KeamjaaUe. When to
Phillips to Conch the grand sympho- utter impossibility for the liquor appetite tomac. Hot and Cold Baths. nate. I'd like to get at him once!" very
to exist. Cures Sulphur "Ob, well be tries to do his best Jacksonville give n.a triaL
48 you
' maul cotes, with the lOW stirring airs guaranteed. iIme
:; book of free. Address Good Society, Music, Dancing and know and as he was in pretty bard luck (oe3-m1 J. VT. MABttlOX. Propnrtor.
i 4' of a Sanky'a voice to wake the slumbering age particulars I usual amusements.Comfortable Rooms,
.. the GOUDEX SPECIFIC Co. 185 Race when be took the room I arranged to pay !Ile
' -I nations to a Choir of "sweet Street Cincinnati Ohio. Beds and rood Table Fare. Board, him a little something every day." ATTACHMENT NOTICE.I .

:- lngers in Israel. ,* i t', $30 to {40 per ,month. Post Office is "What for r The patient seemed loath CIRCUIT C4)URT.FIFTU JUDICIAL CTB- 1 of1IRE
Line
' tamed LEA'S SPRINGS, Grainger to believe his ears. 1 CUIT of Florl-la, m and for Putnam Connty.Calrtn .
. Patrick but the The Chinese Minister is the most and
, Henry produced
' patriotic County, East Tennessee. Send for "Tooting that born. By comparison It clots, rtalnUff, )
: sparks to the tinder of freedom expensively dressed man in Washington. Descriptive Ciirular. dwarfs the pain that I give-makes one } Jlttachmeiit.:
satins A.Rembcrt defea't I T1N%
in his. address of "give me liberty or H. never appears more than one Address M. J. HUGHES, forget that there is such a thing as physical The defendant and all persons InUKMed are will ever toc I keep
.
J .give me death," but the grand old in the same costume, and it is supposed President and Manager. suffering Influence of mind over matter hereby required to appear and plead to the nosh bFittlu
you know. When I have an extremely bad declaration filed in this canoe on or before tile
:flame was fanned into a general con- that he has $150,000 worth of case I tell him that he'll hare to wait a day FIRST DAY OF AUGUST next tile FIRSTMONDAY Fluapp ed style
dedicated to his Prenoaneed Hepelees Yet Bared. two for his It makes him of August heel; and they are hereby exec! ,
dry goods or blue a
Hagratiou by a Washington, Hancock ; personal pay. notified of the institution of this but fey attachment
and other revolutionary sires until its adornment. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. you know." ,and that the property of aid defendant prong e, ?4 of the
lord,of Groton,& D.,we quote: "Was "What of that?" bu been attached to utia11.&be claim of the, Dtfstgi ,.betweenIES8
welling devastation culminated in the A. LITTLE GIRL'S EXPKKIEJiCZ IN A "011, when he's blue he makes noises plaintiff in this cause,
cold : if;
taken with a bad which settled on April 12th,Wtt. J. H. 8HILLKY,
Airazrender of the sword of CornwaliisyYorkiairo. LIGHTHOUSE. that would make one resigned if he were ap3-a Sheriff.fONET -
Lungs cough set in and finally to be burned
my at tho stake. It's cheaperand
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott
are terminated in Consumption. Four more effective than AD 8theUca.c&iO ."- SAYS) I IS MOKETlM8ae
sentiment is uttered, and keepers of the Government Lighthouse Tribune.
vTo-day a doctors gave me up saying I could live a. to M \rs to come when its originator is at Sandbaflch: Mich., and are blessed but a short time. I gave myself up to for oaf mammoth (;ataJo,... a GOO-pqe

\ the inspiration will be caught, with a daughter, four years old. Last I my Saviour, determined if I could not >flaaagiag a Husband.WI book,containing rice lnasn. with sea manoUetawri'sad fivine lMr.dlKouUcfewykiadof ...aaBfaetarew' caeca

stay with my friends on earth, I would "'=s O
"f utility and grandeur will April she was taken down with Mea- ullt&tM. atosTM
sweep
i i
Groeert ,
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meet my absent ones above. Mv husband and Imported into the ,.e es Mq
vjd as a cyclone. lIes, followed with a dreadful cough advised to Dr. Houa.IOl4 hoods J'uDw.. _C WWac''. L&dSWu4 ( is ,(.Iii n bMi uir
was King's '
II. get entsw CbWag sad. g Qo04I, and |M 3>
\ne holy anthem let our heartsWifted and turning into a fever. Doctors at New Discovery for Consumption, y Goods, White Good. Dry Good, Hata Cape, H fJi bens.tkM.M.w x
home and at Detroit treated her, but in Toughs and Colds. I gave it a trial kL i Boot and Show, Gtow, Jewelry.softens SllT Gi.Ywin rwara, rtMtceMbMiM-I*
& .Watches Bock.
% loud acclaim our yokes vain; she grew' worse rapidly, until took in all eight bottles; it has cured BanlM..tiasay WUpa Airricalwral ImpUiMnta eU.Osrjr artirmwos 7iSlqrj
.Ssise she was a mere "handful ot bone" me and thank God I am now a welland FIRST CLAAS GOODS. CaUlof seat
; Then she tried Dr. New Discovery ca receipt of ra tests for erpreoapL w are:: rrrWt.
>elic choirs keep swelling King's hearty woman. Trial bottles freeat aiy eoncern wUchtelleat numUactonn
,and after the use of two and a Lowry & HulseTs, Druggists; regularize aUowtng the tram the eame ducoont lathe i fl eh der.Drogrtrts
half bottles was cured. 50c. and manufacturer pea to the wnoIeMUe heyer.- We
11.YIGOR AA
and heaven are fillede. completely A fvaranue aQ node ae repreawtad:U not fowl ,
They say Dr. King's ;few' Discovery !o, money re&ndad. Good sent by oxprow ow ralatka Via
\ IS worth iu weight in gold,yet you may freight. will pnTUen af.At.m t *aac
f T. W. lULTtt. trial tottle free at & tag. i
a
get Lowry OF MEN la Qaincy 8VM(, Chicago. m. Mn |
ulse's drug store. a..r.r. .

'eQ" \ and was asked During the last twenty years:there gasify Quietly... x..,.Permanently._._. D.atutr.R.otor.d.i.aa.e. ... .alt He-There isat enough on this break- WE WILL PAY ..

'. ought of x'resiHere- have been granted 323,000 divorces in the the train NMlt of of evil OTtiwon.frae early>cfcn erronorlater.... .:-I Cast She table-I know to feed it,a canary dear bird.bat there JL salary of SK to ISO: per week u4l111l1aIJae to GOOD scents ss r, im un*. mikti frifcisS .
my ; are to in .
reprwient M eoonty.
uoncta. oertkipoieat. aa4 tone ftvwi t..vsrr every "kr
4'j' i 'oD. the United States and 310,000 of these orcmn aad portton of the kody. turn pt., uu several things I want you to order tram of Karchandiwet nunefacUuvra prlcM. On* -

sow :very goodreporter were granted at the request of wives. a..tXBO.... ,.&tt. m aoBo.*ozN swains Tlbs market, and I know you'll forget all teas' .w Catalogue*. wane aad STnA particalars r nrumtr sot oa*retetyiIB nnsrrz.T. MAIL -CDariO T

Is end proof*nMMtot(..s led)free. A44TMtftiu nbout H cater you leave the house huarry. of a bats toe aprwsgs. ems Y a.w s rev
.i' e If marriage not a failure it !\a good aina MaelnA .Go.. IfsFALO.l)1.) Y. -Elie. A. E.AUP a CQ is fliRtS.t N

's;: ply.i ways! from being a success. Qolacy Street Chkafo O.i .

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P.d.LATKA 'TIMXT _,1.J "*m'ef' of pdtta ,ti;,ould bet-V.their j Here U the way the Hon. A. J.I < ''. LXMON.ELIIiM. e M4rv JTnnalag. :?'

,'constituents and their cooctiy.,e relegated -Streeter, of 'Illiuois it taken lU Wonderful Effect on the Liter Bunker-I Me that Ducklow. who UTS. .,
CIAL al
ORG1IX OF TILE put For Bilious
Attacks oat of the city Dow baa mAde quit a....
ttf oblivion of p.-HYP.bdttr I from tftonoeA Bowels
Hilary
the Economist: "Ve., I am' 'a eena At farming.

FA it ALLw CE AND. an Infamous remembrance.! farmer, and none knows better th., and JJ lood. heartburn, Hill-Yen, I understood thAt he WSJB ,

1SD IAL uyiox FUR PUT- from ta* Rocky Mountain Ktw (E m.)DeD- blight I will Dr. Motley's Lemon Eitxir i* a pleas- making money from it, and I didat know
upon agricultural
pursuits. ant lemon dnnk that sick headaehe
nr,May U,J8iZ.) positively cures how h. managed it. .
I A .VTY.rb ZKXEST SEYD.: ; i give a little private history. I run 'a all Billiousness, ConstipationIndi and all disorders' of Banker-Easy enough lILi farm Sa rlg : loft

\ large farm, and take yearly stock oMsets. gestion, all Sick and Nervous Headaches i the nUlroad track ADd he got all tbs ,:

: irtment is conducted by A Story of the Most Gigantic ipd Fa From 1880 to 1885 I realizedIn Kidney Disease Dizziness, Loss the stomach liver, clothing men In town to put their aJa la-

Fraud Perpetrated of Fevers Chills ; i his back yard..:. Clothier and Furnisher.A .
JAw" UI, County Lecturer, who Reaching ever on Appetite, Palpitation and i
profit tome twenty thousand do.- of-IIcart and all other diseases caused I bowels .
b JOt miible fur its utterances. the American People. ( i, ,
Luckenbtck lars. From 1886 to 1891 my loss,'plan by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys L.v.by Mask ;
Jrtederick A. is Cathartic
Mr. a Ayer's Pillsare
4 Ing exactly the sage and acreage the first great cause of all fatal
| ae never likely to settle a citizen of Denver, and U welj' and favorably crops diseases 50 cents and $1 per bottle. .t

itiest aUyas when they discus known by many of]C10rado'lleadio4 and raising stock, was $10,000. I con- Sold by dru;sla. Prepared only by thesafest r. .

tt >lacaulav.KYO business men. lie Us been eluded, as a business man, I had II. Mozley, M. D., Allan, Ga. surest, .- ei.4 :zi-t 3,

enough. I invested in bank atockToday ,
I D [ THK ORDELoeaurnTroS. engaged for two yean p fist in iitroduc- Lemon Hot Droos. and most popular ...
imd I make 15 20 cent off
ing his pneumatic pulverizer has or per For coughs and colds take Lemon "
,
i met with fluttering; success! B haTing that stock. I pay what the farm sink Hot Drops. medicine for

,Ns ..A P.BaklnAmthonyu7sn come to the ears of Mr. M. Il Slater out of 11.. You may think my policy I For sore throat and Bronchitis taken family....
flee W'Adams. chairman1 of the executive conmitte
Tangerine. Ha. t
and ) Drops.
{ A.Monre, Itnuoota.1A. of the State Silver League that Mr. principles conflict. Well, I argue Dr. J. C. .2r
Pfro C'8Young. Oriean it For pneumonia and Laryngitis, take Ayer & Co.
just this As long as the people
lt.etnn ,;jW.we.kaCblpky)1sr Luchenbark possessed tbe itartlin way. Lemon Hot Drops. ,

information contained in the iffidavii persist in owing robbed, prefer to be For Consumption and Catarrh, take Every Dos Effective. 1 >t I .

ITY OMAXIZATinx. that energetic gentleman immediatelyw"Ued robbed, I am going to have some of the Lemon Hot Drops. j

upon him and iuJuced him to For all throat and
Hemorrhage and
W' pelts. They won't help themselves : THE ELECTORAL!: VOTE.
'r. Neat, HoOister; Mrs. A. put the whole story in explicit form ,
diseases
4 lung take Lemon Hot
e0 Drops. -
,
Tows VAt. Hnntino* O. L. out of the hole until driven mad with
; it to the This ) States IMS 1S9J
fro
and give public.} -
1v61to ttmrrer;Meirose; Lewis do An elegant and reliable preparation. AIa .ma.... ............ .... .... 1* 11
Jde mta ks; U. W.Riles,ehspls'a, Luckeaback did, and the result is the oppression; and until they and 25 t.'enla.at druggists. Prepared only Arkansas.California..... ........ ................ S

M Frmnets; Cannon door-keepor, affidavit published below: jf give me a chance to make a reasonable by Dr. IL Mozley Atlanta Ga. .... .. ...................... 6 .
> asslrtant door-keeper, Colorado... ........... ............. 3 4
twtt ck, aerraat-at-anas. STATE or COLORADO, Cpnrrr or chance as a farmer I am a banker." Connectic.t..0 .

c AKAPAHOE C. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet, ''In Delaware........ ........ ............ a 3 The Chaperon-That's Jack Dashing ..
iTB LODOCA.VTKA. -:sarFrederick Florida ............. .... ............ 4 4
formation and Advice about Patents
dissolute tae
A. Luckenback, being ljl'1lt The Marion Independent (Ind.) says: Oeareta... ... .. ....12 13 unprincipled scarnrt. II* U
"
idAho..Y..Y.Y.Y.Y.Y'.Y"r.!! .. ... black sheep of hit family, you know. Look
nti Josepk Price SecOBTh.cge duly sworn on oath, deposes and says: Forty years ago farmers owned a greater Caveats TrademarksCopvrights etc., Illinois............ ....... .........?.22 24 oat for him.'

TsCur7 I am ixty-two yean oi age was born portion of the nation's wealth than may be obtained free at this offic Indiana......... ...??.. .......... 13 13 The .butaDt.-tDdewJ I wilL 1 IOTW
in Bucks Iowa........................ ......... M IS _
two County; Pennsylvania. I removed now. Farmers owned of the wealthof Kansas.... .. .. .... ...... .......... s 10 him alredy.-Llf
- to the city of Philadelphia in PALATKA MARKETS. Kentncky
.as 13
,.tt here the of 1836 and continued the nation-in 1850( five-eighths; in Louisiana.:::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: s S Mr. Gtst.bar'.Sea

rear reside 1860 less than Maine................._.... .... .... s Philip
/ t. there until 1866, when I removed one-third; in 1880, a GrJ.-WJaeJ..I.. Maryland...........,....... ........ s S "My friend Walter Gratebar." said MR

4.cecrs twlck J. T. Ha.. to the city of New York. In Philadelphia little over one-fourth; .in 1890 less Corrected godly by Gay Brt,Corner Kirbyand MasrachosetU....... ............... 14 IS Ftajbolt, ">>eema to think that his 'nom.
00 ; I in the furniture Kirkland street Li Michigan........... ........ ........ 13 14 who baa twelve .
was business than one-fifth. This, too, while farmers Minnesota............... ........... T S Philip just turned Is av
In New York I branched into machin Standard Granulated 8 car..........._...._ 4% Mississippi............?. .......... S remarkable boy. Mr. GrrUbar hives lA-
and inventions and the compote over 50 per 'cent of the 8 rt"A"Surarat| .. 4l,. MLIouri.................... .......... If n the suburbs in a house which has a slate
$.lh is I J. u. Cea. cry am paten- population and 87 cent. Kxtra CBugarat.:. ::.: .:::::::::::::::::: Montana... ..................... ..... 3 root. It that ia the
: tee of Luckenback's pneumatic pul- pay over per Floor,FintPatcnta-Western Sprint Nebraska....... ........ ............ S S appears course' .r
verizer, which machines are now in.use of the taxes, from which (if you will Wheat .-.. ... ........ .. ........ .....25&0 $ tow. L W.S. .nr. Becond Patents do da 4JO to 6.13 New tlamphire.... ........ ........ 4 4 small fragments of slat were acattemi
; generally m the eastern part of the alhw the digression) it will be reen Dry-Salted Meata-Western Bellies, N.w Jer.ey.................... ..... S 10 about thi ground When the timsc
Ia. United States and Europe. I now reside in CM pond boxei... ......._.... .. 1 1.ito4! ew York.... ................... 96 3t on
in that the application of the Henry Western Belliea North Carolina::...... .... .......... 11 II came to cleaa up around and roll th*
Denver
; P. Bax having removed, from George land tax scheme would not seriously 290 pound. 5% t.d% North> .... ................... a lawn this spring it occurred to Mr. Grate-
New York, two years ago. I an well Smoked Meat -Fancy brands New OIUo.... .. .. .... .. ... 3: : bar that then bits of alate ought to bet
known .in New York. I have been afiect us if we paid the other 12 York City Hams... ..... 1J to 12% .... :..''..' :.::..'":: z4 .
a do Western lUms......... 11 to U PenjisThranla..::::. ::.: !!!!.. 34 as picked np. He hadn't liTed in the country
\ : &.aen rvnl.i.i. member of the produce exchange and per cent and let the "world go free." do 8boold rI..............- T to Roadlibnd .:.:......:::::::::: ::::..: 4 4 long, but he had lived then long enough

Jro 1 am well acquainted with many members These do Picnic Hams ... ........ 7% to tenth Carolina........ ........ ...... S S to know that gram wouldn't STOW throurb.alate. .
] peculiar hardships to the farm- ____ _
1J -
Dalr.ou.uu
heeae I ,.Fancy Full CreauXX.Y.State) to_. fLMlth 4
>t.J tr. Konl of that body. I am well known by will be further and better understood Butter,Stacy juasterncreamery.a! u>asSyrupFlorida Tennessee..:-::::::::::::::::::::::::: 13 13 .

>.secretArlcMeeklBj B. L Mr. E. Wvman., en ,per gal.... 35 to Texas ... ............... ....... .. 13 13 "After picking up about two htrndr'*!".
I In the -.ear 1865 I visited London when we note the fact that while yew Orleans Molasses, .:. .::::::.::::. 3S to 40Rice.good. Vermont. .. ........ ...:......... .. 4 4 pieces himself and finding: that it wa*>
........ ............ ....... 5105>i VirjriniA.............................: jj 12 back
Englan I, for the purpose of placing the total wealth of the nation is given Rice Carolina Choice........ ......... .% too iVaahlnzton! ... .. ...... 4 breaking work,Mr. Grate bar thougka.he
tMwnteq setarb ; C. ParH. there Pennsylvania oil properties in Fancy........... ............... S tow West Virgin.i ::..:::... ::::::::: s e' Had better get Philip to pick: up th.
as $65,000,000,000 in round numbers Crack.nde"Hr Sc Helmer'Standard Wisconoin........... ................ U 13 rest; so he talked It over with him.*.
scars which I was interested. I took with is taxed and of XXX....15ocIa. S Wyoming ....... ........ ............ a eight at dinner and fa
L Tim only $17,000,000,000 Philip undertook
me letters of introduction to Lemon Crackers; .... ..... SGinrer "
e s.er tart' Ann L B. gentlemen in many this 914,000,000,000 U charged to Snaps.... ......... S Total... .... .... .... .... .............. 40! "' consideration of the ram of fifteen ants
roil London-among them up Condensed Mli*-Eaele .............. UO" .... to clean ap th* remaining slate on tbs
DtN J. Araoli one to Mr. Ernest Seyd from Robert the farmers. Champion... ..... ..'Dto .... following day It understood that
Bold, ........ .... was
tsry.Penie ; J, P. M. Foust ex-treasurer Philadelphia. do do lien Brand UO"
Death *f President L. L. PeUI. lUhlann Braad..lmaU Jott........ 6.23 w .... all the money was to b* withheld nntifc
I became well acquainted with Me Monroe Brand-small lots ... ......: 5.001. ... the completion of the work and that th.
i.t olmee Erwl Seyd, and with his brother, Richard L. L. Polk, President of the Na- do do Anglo Sw..I2 oa. 3J5O to .... BE A MAN work must be done to Mr. Gratebar'a .av-
ai. !Tteele,decretari iPES W. F. who I understand New York M Ilk Co1 s.l Jot at.. 3.7 to ....
Seyd is
yet living. tional Farmers' Alliance, died in Washington Canned Goods--Calif. Apricots;iib.. t to .... lire satisfaction
I visited London thereafter f/very year, the do Green Gages........ XSOto.... AFDtLO WAS A PERFECT'MAM. "When Mr. Gmtebar started for towm
, :I, B.J. and at each visit renewed my acquaint City on Saturday morning, do tjrgFlnms.llb...... JJOto.... MlfllT II mil-MATtNlttS II Wilt : Den morning he found Philip on .h. law .
ne
... .. .... .... .......
v9 11th instant. lie had been in a critical Feacbes-3 Table Yellow 1.75 to S.s' ss..M..A.w ewrM
A. ance with each .:. .. I knocking baseball about with great..
laV-Stj'irAn.d upon do -S In.Tabs Yellow... ...... 1.2510... 7 r..a. _
casii b came his guest one or more condition for days, but rallied slightly do -31b. I'M........ .... .........115101.25 Xrr MAM M* to neatness. George, aged MTen. and Clarsv
....... .... 5.491 aODI la all no****.
J. Canned'ata-AWka Salmon 1.45 to aged five, with an old grape basket ness'
tarj.L times-joining his family at dinner or on Friday, and hopes were entertained do Fresh Columbia River .. YIUNI MEN DR ILl

other meals. I for his recovery He however Salmon... ............ LMtol.M nfH. tnm KIVOTS .Z' them were laboriously digging out ..olio
lapsed
c
the of alata.
Mackerel.-, .... IMto.... .. picking scrap
In 1874 while oftkese aunt art oa r.w. 1.
Grdeu.r February, en one i gradually into a comatose conditionand American Sardines.V, as... : ,. ..& li.osa. Mss &$ "'How's this Philipr aaid Mr. Grata-
&w L' 'J visits, and while his guest for In oil... .... ........... 4--80&0 t.25 *.rrr. :, a..1 ... '. ..... wasrzaausa bar 'I thought I. hired to pick
.... .... waaa..s8.r.M.r.d you an>
e dinner I other alludedto passed away.President Little Neck Clams. IMto
a President,F.Fladlay. among things, .. tItr1Ct Toe ... that slate.'
Lobsters... .. ....... SJOto ....
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Postal Hegh rumors afloat of parliamentary corruption L. L. Polk it a native of'forth Canned Veretables-No.STomat es. W to IM ica BOILS tile hiM vnaurr aa4 r w.!tt BttoM.B. Ton d1d.'aaJd Philip "Hnd Pm doing
-r
safety and expressed astonishment Carolina and had resided most ottU do >e. J uo'Corn........: 80 to 85 W, claim It r yeses *t praetlv by It. Don't disturb yourself; Pll attend
that such .h uld exist. In do No.Okra and Tomatoes. 1.40 to .... 0.' .iflo.U, m.th x1. .attorat '
W. i. Cole, II corruption life in that State. lie represented do Nat Marrow Peas...... 1 JO to 1 JO "MO..pOIoT.r svccti SMB maw toil.
u ao p. Msnbsn J. JC.O. reply 10 this he told me he could relate do No.S Early: Jane Peas.... IMto ... .ara11IU...._.WtakaMMt and That night when Mr. Gratebar got
.ao a.a, 3 facts about the corruption of the American his county in the North Carolina Leg- do N.J Boston Baked Beans US to .... ...........f... 'l'nu..laIa home he found that tbe work had ban
MCretaIJ do No.Boston Brown Bread 1.60 to .... r- from to BUtaa sad 'I'.rrt'-l.
L. Congress that would place it far Islature with signal ability. When the Coffee. Green Rio... ,.... ............ .18 to M( SW NEW BOOK :NmTtiPtlrai.T 0 5 carefully and thoroughly done. There waa.no .
f except 8 Charles& ; KrI. ahead of the English Parliament In that farmers' Alliance movement was in do Roasted*................... .24&0I: wnsesrsUIr paid,for ground upon which he could withholdpayment.
Vegetables -Irish Potatoes for seed- =?. V....s w iwe.-.nefsruse. .
the conversation
.J.GrtJD.Pf8G11 line. So far, was at its inception he was one of IU most Table Irish Potatoes-per barrel...... 2.25"I JO Sac.-a.y.. ......r_li.*.lal.. ........*_ -'But.' he said to Philip.-'I hired tomaking .
the tale between us. His brother Applea.J per barrel.... ... ....... 2.15 CO t.5O ERIC MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.M.Y you
Post-office,Lake(Xiscretary.A. Iticbard and others were there also vigorous supporters, and was honored Cabbage do .... .... ......
.. with its Red Onions do .... .._...... XOUtoSJO
L. Barker, pre.*. but this was table talk between Mr. presidency. YeUow Union,per barrel...... 3.00 to ZJO
tary. Pat-ot.q Lj sacra Ernest Seyd and rayelf. After the Only short time since he declared HOMESIn

dinner ended he invited me to another for the Third and TOBACCO cIcaaarrn.xTc.

AUARTx room, where he resumed the conversation party was prominently Duke Cigarettes........ .............fl5
of the leaden the t Ping S .. SO .
about legislative corruption. lie spoken by ofiNorth Carolina t OIi oa:::.:.:.:':.: M

The regular go said: 'If YOU will pledge me your organization for the nomination for Gravely A Miller,Cbsm Lacy Hlntoa, Genial Florida

Putnam Countr the curs I honor as a gentleman not to divulge the presidency. tract Bob Hancock prices.Richmond and all lading grades at con

on next Tuesday.* what I am about to tell you while I Cheroots-per box....... 123

bebeldatralalkal will i live I will convince YOU that what I Oh Virginia Cb.roote-per box...... USBOAF
Col ,
It is said about the corruption of the American JOSEPH' E. oALDWIN lots- ate'Octagon. single.... box..... 450Coigaee's
hoped thenmay Congress is true." I gave him the Oetagoi..lvo. box lots...... 190 RAKOK GROVES. FROM FIVE TO TEX
be present. and be ten continued: "I Jo do tea box lots ..._ 1M q ACRES,baring and coning la UU aeaaoa.
promise Cupid American Family and other brands at too Wild Laod. divided lau aft and tea his way up Beanbiem street, a.was *
went to America in the winter of 1872- market prieea.1Iatch811'ih. acre lots, to wit purcbaacn. Every other lot.
Amongst the m authorised to secure, if I could, the ATTORNEY AT LAW. &Courtney,Bine Hen Peerless given away to actual settlers accosted by a colored man wttfe- the .>
of and Cat Ana Moose At manufacturers' for t further particulars, addrsa bark:
the reformer is tha +sage of a "bin demonetizing silver. prices. j. r. APPLEBY "I doan' want to MelD eapeana.. sabdeed -
h.
It was to the interest of those I PALATXA FLORIDA. New York State Hand-Picked: Pea 1a22-tf Froltlaad.h1. '
people generally of, for of the represented ', Beans ...... ........ ............... t.MtoLSO IdosA'.but dar'stromMeiauyhovasvaberdar.
Bank of
change. -the governors ssyl.tf Pearliae,per case................... ITS ."
England-to have it done. I took with "What sort of troiblsr"Why.

I Following will be t me 100,000 sterling If that was not Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Bay Grain. Flour" Fertilisers." Etc. Orange Grove for Sale Bah, a cnll'd puaeon called Wli- .

cut from "The sufficient to accotaphth the object to : lams site dar wid his feet on de store com
another f much Corrected Weekly by Vertrees. Co.,old J,T. rarsin wid wife. Fa ordered him t. i,
Pueblo, Coloradalydoubtless draw for l00OOOt.2f as PERSONHAVISOCLAIMS: AGAINST my t
ROAD
!n more as was neceesary." 'He told me ALL, K.taee of Isaac W. Brown deceased, & K. W. epoC.l SITUATED OX THE miles PENIEL from Putnam Noose TWO, vacate, Bah, bat he refused. What am dIr .
be
a rerela German bankers weie also interested late Mot oi to Putnam, County. Florida, will present gySubject to market changes. containing il acres of good orange and gardenland. proper course in sich a case f"
BM duly anthcaticaMd within
substance stroi the Corn, sack 110 1.43 About ISO trees in ''fe. besidesgrip. "Go and order him ;
was M11ed. per Ib..5 to SUM orange p' out once more.
law
He said he time win
it prescribed be barred
accomplished. bj or they
t in having and all indebted will: Oats,W hrte,per sack 125lbs........ 1.90 to 2.00 Tines pear trees, peach trees, three TA- In about ten minute the returned
the time of the pe was the financial adviser of the bane.I make persons to said MUM Ground Feed, per sack 100 Ibs..... 1.45 to JO I of plums, two erer.bearlng mulberries, man

It is now He said "I haw the committees of the payment to CHARLES UMN W. BROWN Feed Meal,per sack 100 Ibs..... ..... 1.10 tails and other choice varieties; 20 large bearing and reported; i
infamy.
,
| I Pure Wheat Feed,per sack 10011 .. 1.65 to ITS orange trees. Large new boose In course of "I doan' *ant to seem capahos; aaji bat
and should be aceeptel House and Senate and paid the money Adrainifitrator. Rust Proof Oats, bush. sHay to oastmction. Conveniently' fenced. Land good. J[ "
? J'aDEuL Poln Fir. JaM loth per dun ordered him out Just "'lOG said.And .
iSKt.ranny
:::::::: 10.00 and A branch of '
I and staid in America until I knew the SW ,No. 1 Timothy,per ton to 29JA Location nice pleasant. bring "
Jell ........,...... with of he didn't gor
dicating more clearly Wheat Bran per ton I0.00to21.00 water across the east pan, plenty muck.
j"I measure was safe. I asked him if he Grits and Meal. per bbl... ..... .... 140toXM apply to "No, sah. II. said he'd.. me in Texamhut. to
CIRCUIT BiiLLAAS
other single occurrenf would give me the names of the members COURT, FIFTH JU- Best Patent Flour, per bbL. ... &33toA.60Cotton oc30F-ttff CALVERT.PenleLFlA. What would be jour advice under t

necessity of to whom be paid the money, but Seed Meal,Bright,per&O. .. S4.M to 29.00 such drcuoastancesf"
"turnIng DICIAL CIIiCUIT
FLORIDA IN
...
Cotton Seed Meal, Dark,per ton. 20.0010 M M
r- ...* if the American I this he declined to do. He said: "Your AND FOR PUTNAM No. 1 Linseed Meal ... .... ......... "1f a man was in my house and wouldn'tgo '
people I people will not now comprehend the COUNTYIN Port Cement,per bbl.... ... ........ 3.00103.25Roeendale STOP AND THINK out rd put him out." '

not wish themselves ant extent of that CIIAKCERY. Cement, per bW. 2..0 to 125 "Would it seem capshua,.sub/" .
'far-reaching measure
Plaster Paris per bbl.. ::::::::: Z.OOtoJ.25: FOR ALEfmHE .
become actual'. Ikr 'but they will in after years. Whatever Charles Lime, per bbl......... .. .. ......._ 1.10 tc 1.15 s "I' doa" think eo.to
[ Jr., .
1 future. .X may think of corruption in the Francis. }) Complainant.rs Plasterers Hair per Ib... ......... 4",to M EXCLU8IVE1RIGHT or "MILLER'S ""Jist. you say, SAO-jlst ao. sah. I feet
Bert Liverpool Halt, sack... ... .96 to U.Florida "
L. Francis,' per aartin dat I ketch &.helde&h.,
) Defendant. L
I I BUSINESS ARITllMETIC for the Stateof
ll.h Parliament t
(It assure YOU
is this kind of'thin Orange Box Sides per box. 4%to 6
Ion which Gent He retired his and
into the
Florida energetic can house ofHeer
;! not have dared to make such an BILL FOR DIVORCE. Tilghman'r Orange Box Heads .03 to S% I by any -
and now makes the All. I To Tar L. Faxxcis I Beat Birch Hoops,per bdl ......... JO to make Ten Thousand Per Cent, on their i Trst- remained to lee the end. It came in about. -
here as I did in your connt : meat; and I, as the author of maid work, will
kindred i bvulder two-thirds of the two minutes. Three or tour yell were
organizations I t I shame to him responsibility
expressed my It appearing by the affidTit of the Complainant heard
Candle Eta
Nuts For more definite particulars, address the somebody's feet seemed to strike
These associations are tn dbr! my countrymen in oar legislativef&dies. Francis filed, U in a the resident aboye of cause Putnam,that yon;.Fanny.Flori L* (Corrected R.& E.J. Smith.Waole- Author, J. H. MILLER. the wall, and then the door opened and t

indeed not the direct) wo The conversation drifted intottier da but hare been absent thereflrom for more sale Cud Manna ACtarers, No.T Lemon St.] dels DawsonGa.IM William flew into the street like a halT

and ; subjects, and after that-though than six months prior. to toe filing of the Coen.pIalnanVs Stick Candy.294b.boxes........ lOe - -- llled straw bed. He w a* scarcely on a.
iniquitous legislative MU And are still absent from
!rljnet him times-the matter said .:::::::::::::
many wasr State and further that the Broadway MlxtBre,23-lb. boxes lie feet before he bolted up the walk, and th.
; are over
and carried on rrholy i 1 referred to. ef loa are American Mixture,30-lb. buckets......._..40c of the house down th. tsv-
again twenty-one years this: is French Mixture, fr-lb.boxes................. .IBC owner came step
and at the dictation oi ce 'i igned) FRED. A. LCCXKXHACH. >ow,and therefore, to demur Command: you to. Chocolate Creams,S-lb. boxes................SO ups
capital of inscribed and sworn before me at appear BUI plead of Complaint answer or in said to the Complainant's MArshmallows,6-lb.boxes................... "I doan like to seem eapshna ash, but-
plutocracy, fc la: caone, filed ..... ......_.....
A. B. Gam Drops, 8-lb boxes.
of before the: FIRST MOSUA.Y Bow dat Pre ban in Pd like
ninth
D. oa or IN got
this day May A. JULY my youradTice
years which has already ,ver, next in default thereof decree Pure Gum Dropfl,6-lb.boxes..................i
> ;or a pre confess about arils de ole to
vefc woman speak
will be entered against Penny Goods 100 pieces In box........__.._ up
almost to the last yea. ''Peara to me dat she sorter income-
cxtren ) J. A. MILLER, It is further ordered that a tnP10f this order .

half the population'of t Llort'gued Clerk Supreme Court, be published In the Paiatka in Weekly Times, a Satri>nta caxwuo.cr.Adams' TohI,per box.............-.90 aged Williams to believe dat I oouldnSM

1 State of Colorado.Eminetit once weekly week newspaper for four pvbUaned cnecnttre PaUtka,Florida, Tnttl FrntU.per box................SOc lick one side of hlml"-tzehange.
public. a weeks.
W1tIJtoM band and the. seal of said .Red Rose per box........._._.... SSo
1111 Court ................... ..
men Ye'rsedof ( his 1d ayi)/Jane,A. D. 1WS. California Fruit, per box tile A Nice If.ac.HdaeecL
e h g ess is composed of 274 lawyers, fsaai. FRANK WRIOHT Paaama Fruit,per box......................6M
.- the world, plainly lei elop ten and all the other. people je3-tw ) Clerk Circuit Ceon., Biggest Yet,per box ................ ......_...65eJIVTS. Not long since a family moved into AJ
house on Austin arenue. After week wag -

f the present condition of in nly 6.. representatives; and yet a friend of th* family called om tams

I'nited States, that ; ( bed Nuts, per pound.... ......._.........13c and asked how t.he.1liked the locality
t pol supposed to he a representative IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL Peanuts, Fancy,per pound:................... tIC welL""Hare
and of the ... .... "Pretty
corruption co Almonds, pound .170
ratio mans. CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, Relish Walnuu pcr per'pooDd:::* ::::: :IM you called any of the ..!.>...

wealth, very little bto hlch PUTNAM COUNTY.. 'Ubertsperponnd .........=-:.:::.:.13 bon yet??

de Jeatrice (Neb.) : The great Pecans. per pound.... .... ..... .. ...15e III ": but I to if there la '
any republic or fo says B nail WalnnU,per poncd.:.._..::..:::::::....\2* TIE :seem", :;::-: :..'leg o, am going anymore
C. H. GUcfariat of firewood -T.....
governments 'yet .univ Whe John Wannamaker, Post- ) Plaintiff. m, ew.w r r..a my miasiag.
Ta. 5aekaoa Attachment. (B o ten a. essatl, Biftings.
r not the United States the eneral Sunday School Super F. J:.J J Defendant. Fresh Meata. fOKM'S wo.r.s..Ms.8sd. i _

ixception to the rule,'de wh t and great moral teacher, The defendant F.J:. Jackson,and ail persons [Corrected weekly by Duane BroA, Central Market IT PLEASES EVERYBODY. SIe.. Work.
nterested are hereby required to Appear and ,near Court House.
and million dollars gambling in plead to the declaration filed in this cause(or to 9f lesi Prnne first Prof asor You eee, they let him fa*
pon the wisdom of t te be filed thereink on or before the FIRST Beef-Northern(Best Cuts),per Ib..M to .... WIltard"hbrignat 'the Academy of Science because he bed
XUS- ootlook in Christendom for
window
... ........ .:: busy
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plain people;" for they he D1r adat I <W waa" taken AD A.. n.. an S. B.. an A. x.. aft. ,

rat i if they wish to ex the ground floor, took his hereby attachment,and that the of said snit by Mutton.. ... .... .... ............ IS to 20 IrTldence the Telegram."Agreatboonm D. and an M. D.
Intel' bat been attached property satisfy the deendaat Teal .... ... ........ ............JO to .... .busy the lacy and the economical"Th. Second Profesaor-Ah. I understand. ,
ntly their prerogatives, w d cashed in for a round of;the In UO .to claim I Ibrk : ;..:........ :.:.. .........J2to ISUnj CoagrefatI.y Be worked in
: Harrard Laaaj j
I hey plaintiff can* S r*. ... ... 15 to .... has no peer w ongmahry of design,scope and by degreea.-
tier themselves and c Ie fro GtUU ifGuj.lt, riAittUlT C. K..Att OtLCHRIST.. : enteon........ ....... .....::::..::::.S to .... .accuracy of.vision, ,tboroarbnoa hiii la.cxecnuormttttacftt poon.
ree' Poultry DressedORKING.... .. .. .... ......... ... r w.aw iii.i gels'
tT dictation seek the Janeb lhti je34IaNotie. I Chleag.leorl.r.- V IWSJ + '
cause rado Workman (Colo.) says: i ii i pies.,c< New York, bas tome to the rescue 01 DI"' Like HIaa.
their distress and of peeti\ Herald is for ii ii i tony people. We know of tae kirk rviirtf "If there ia anything I dislike"
ore authority to Debtors and Creditors. who for month worked ,
i Jtciml a has Hntfl II BUggina, aa the editor returned hie
amities, pay no attent|to th t that the recent railroad -/ MEN cesduct a clock at night, and yet has kept well interned
dai of UXDCRSIGXED HAYING BEXX: : fir of current work rrents.He reads thai Magazine effort "It's a man who wont CAke aWuhiogtao j
pleadings pin 13 Subine in the r blgh Valley Tim! appointed and qualified M th* Kxeo- It. Working men read it It giTes htm a ru nnrac commentary oa taponanterenta. Stat
\ ir lleottrunts; ta a W thej tar ot the Ian will AM! testament of JacobRosenberg bendes a digest of the beat articles fccootciBporary i
C2,000 out of employment It helps them because It ''
t deceased,notice to hereby rlTen to magaunea. :
on poi: and fear! follow W .creditor M their claim agaInst raid -- Tree Z-cla.
Will the workers ever prevent understands them. Send Price 26Ce H._ a Y8&f' _
sedate to me wtthta the time prescribed by law Bimar I Indited a poem last night.
i.. dictate the country 'ct be fact that under the pres- or they will be barred; and an perxxu Indebted k rIot free MUD wan& itts: setts a UI'UCUIe" Me Watty-Bat tt wan UM poet who
said will make to sample copy. TEE:BEYIEV fP
reYolutr Co estate payment me BITIEW3,
,ati bloody erred, tem they will soon be R. J. BROAD e.== ,s s.rwm,I.. twt tohar been iodkted.-Detroit Trees i ij
the do able.dyed for : Executor.WKLLKA ne Orlat a c... i. -

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j GO ;;i 5:*..THE' DON .FOR CUT PRICES IN; DRY GOODS AND, SHOIJ3.: .37 LEMON: STREET. I ,

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FROM BUFFALO BLUFF. I .. .. n '># .
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PU.+iANflIHM&V.i I' RESOLUTIONS : i.( :
WEEK .Y TIMES *
PALATKA : ,
June f 41 "
., It is rear' :Mp1eadld. mull BUFFALO BLUFF, 9. ,. It
f "" t
Editor PalntkaTIKES i ,
be obtained la ifce BMHMgenent of
U.U"HEM can We had many of our friends togethe ...' .. .- ,,"
McKENZIE BURTZi a business whoa to t be haw of compet.e .
> AT.THK MKKCUAITT .
ADOPTED "tI
evening at the residence of. x
'- -' Thursday KA
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---- 7----- t ad eaetfeUc awn. :
MEETING UN WBDXKSDAT. and that '
Mr. Chaifiuch gentleman watenderwlmn
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o..n un......""like. .4- oM-fashioned house-warm 1'1& '
United States dotis* the past visitors: : :: .
ing. Among the we notice \
,. presents a( record of .
thirty
years At the meeting of the merchant Misses Stevens and Heston, and thMetrs.
RATB-One: Tear,SUM; IIx burB9V triumph that "Is at one 1
Month. M Cea u i Three .MMtha 23 CentiMbecrlptiona lour'wotHrerftJ awl: startling. NoL and business men of Palatka, called ou Hestoa, of Pal it La, and Mrs '
doe b edvaaoe.PALA .
Jack Wells and her accomplish*
#4 Ottly into the th* crowded :cities, binto Wednesday, June 8th, 1892, to prodagainst daughter Miss Flora, of Sau Mateo ,

E17. 1892- every nook a d.owmer of the peopled the action of the J., T. t iW. .
The patty was a grand success, at is
/ sections of oar great country Railway System in unjustly dl everything with which our friend, W i H. '.l. f 'd
omatoelOcenU The sewing; machine agent has gon I
Three-poun criminating against the best interest A. Parker, U connected. He U one 1 of j
of the' make of 1 -
at Granger's. with some one many
machines and everywhere he hu of this city, the following resolution the most popular young men in thi (
J. W. Manll. of Denver, WM fa tow section. I regret that Mr. Parker ha '
found ready buyers,and the aggregat were unanimously adopted: resigned his puaitior a* bridge tender : GRAND : ;
Tuesday. .
sales number hundreds of thousand lluolrtd. 11. nat in the Florid at the Bluff. I know he ,has been a

Mr. Cameron, of reDid made ua a annually.In ; Southern Railway the people of Palau faithful man in the performance of hi

pleasant call MonJay. .tan meantime inventive geniou have always recognized a road peer. duty. Our Peniel friends contemplate

of a cal has been boay rendering more perfect identified with their interest
We acknowledge the receipt liarly having a new store, with Mr. Parker as;

from ),fr. Wilson,of the Chicago Inter every part of fibs machine. While lhe and terminating at their city, and one proprietor anal manager, which will 1opened

highest attainments in decorative art in which they have always felt a lpe- him 10 I
Ocean. _, in a few dajs. I wish i :
Miss Anita Smith who has been rlsitinf has clothed the endeavor, with tbt tint interest and pride, and that forth of prosperity. Mr. Parker will spend a EXQMKJ10I

in Savannah, returned home i brightest jewels of triumph; and the reason they feel doubly justified in enlering few days at Jacksonville and PabL

Tuesday. sewing machine-American in its con.! a protest against; that ruinon Beach.

ceptioa and complete in its finish-, and destructive policy which the J., '1. Buffalo Bluff wDl soon have a new

Walter Thomas Is IraTelhng the state 1t-aa4h.U one of the crowning mono k K. W. System operates, this road draw bridge. It will be in charge of ,
in the interest of Mount & Thomas, the inventive spirit of the..
ments to has seen fit to pursue toward Palatka. Fred. Hubbard, a hustler.

wholesale grocers, paper,paper bags, present age. Resolved, 2d. That the people of Well, Mr. Editor, I have said about PRICES
etc. lie reportabusinesshoomtng. well Bros. of the leading bra.i !
Ho one Palatka have never entertaiuedtowan all I- know, so will close until some ,,

Cantata J. D. Points and two sons, mess dims of the city, turned their at- the J.. T. & K. W" System other than thing turns up again. I t "

Joe and Jhi,hare been in luterlacbei teation to the sale of the New Homi i the friendliest of feeiiugs, as indicate BLICKBEAKD.

this week, where they hate a contract sewing machine.. Their teams are constantly ..i by the docation of land for the work AT

for roofing the town halL on the go, and their, rapidly increasing hops of that company and the righ) The coming season at the Opera

sales is a gratifying tribute to of way cheerfully granted through the< House promises to surpass all formei

Hon. Thos. Hind, the Republican the pluck and energy of a firm that has belt streets to the liyer front; but that efforts. Mr. Fry has already booked

,war horse of the upper St. Johns, mad always been popular with the people. the policy of discrimination now pursued several fine companies, among which

THE TIMES a pleasant call Tuesday. The machine is one of the best of by that system is such as to justify is Jarboe, who so far opens the season MINCER'S The '"

The exS-enator was in his usual good the standard makes while the finish I, a foj-ual remonstrance against its ac in October. ;

humor. superb in all its parts. These gentlemen Lion in so raising the rates from Pa : Ripan's Tabules prolong life.

Mr. Fred. Barclay baa just finUhed have had on exhibition at then latka outward as to paralyze her interesls -:

two houses for Henry Petermann, on store for several'days samples of work and place her at a disadVantage -i Mr. E. H. :Stearns, of Georgetown. :

Main street. The workmanship is first performed on the New Home that wai' as compared with Jacksonville. ; was in the city Tuesday. No 41 Lemon Street, for they \ I

claw, and reflects credit on Mr a .startling revelation to the hundreds RewIred, 3d. That the business men I To overcome the marks of age, all

Barclay. of people who gazed on them. Mammoth and citizens of the city of Palatka withdraw -; who have gray beards should use Buck-

Muses Rosa Davis, Bessie lade and pictures,embroider on silk satti their patronage entirely from the i ngham's Dye for the Whiskers the

Helen Denham, who hare been enjoy and plush lambrequins-the collectioc J., T. & K. W. System, in so far as poslble best and cleanest dye made for coloring

fag the hospitalities of Monticello for contained the most wonderful exhbl' until the present advanced brows orblacc.There's .

the past three.. weeks, hare returned, lion of skill and variety of artistic work arbitrary rates shall be rescinded. nd. nntoi

to the delight of their many nends. ever seen in this section.' Resolved, 4th. That in harm6ny' Nothing Cheap About It

thireceipt The firm carries a large stock ol the spirit of these resolutions a committee Dr. Drnramond's Lightning Reined'for
with thanks
We acknowledge, ,
these machines and supplies for all be appointed by the Merchant' Rheumatism is put up in large bottles -
of a handsome folio coataining yt r
Columbian other standard machines. Union of this city investigate the I and the price is five dollars a bot -- P l'eald
views Of the World's Expo- .
with the compliments Our people are well acquainted will reasons that have actuated the management tle. It cures every time. All the \.....- ...- _--' ::;
aitlon. 'It comes -
-
these gentlemen. They are permanent ;.'
of the J.,T. A K. W.Systen cheap remedies put together are not _
and best wishes of the Jacksonville residents, and always, stand ready to
Marble Company, and displays considerable .. serve the,public in a polite and genteel in its present dangerous course, and tc worth one bottle of Dr. Drnmmond'a, Straw Hats Stra I.

energy on the part of this firm. way., They sell everything upon merit,, enter, against the same its earnest and Lightning Remedy, and any sufferer $

M. ana their crowing trade attest the emphatic protest. will bear witness to that fact, and aoy
that A.
We are pleased to note in ,
confidence that ,the public repose Chairman. has sold is and -
J. C. VEKTREXS, druggist who it ready i
.
Haughton is doing a good ,business at them.; .
GEO. E. OAT, Secretary. willing to offer evidence. One bottle Mi\\
his store on Upper Lemon. This is not It is that'' specific fr.
conjectured mayyet will cure any ordinary case, and the A Big Line AT COST.
surprising, however, as Mr. Haughton be found for every ill that flesh ii The quarterly meeting of Putnam money will be returned if it fails. Send

k; has always enjoyed a reputation as one heir! to. However this may be, certainly County Alliance will convene in this. to; any address prepaid ou receipt, oftrice. $1.1J
in Palatka.
of the.most popular grocers the best found fox C '
;
specific yet city next Tuesday rnvrning,the 21st.
Hats to
He does not keep an extensive stock, I PRICE LIST- formerly i50. down
bat has a variety of the freshest goods I diseases of the blood is Ayer's Sarsa- We truly believe De Witt's* Little Drummond Medicine Co., 48-50( Hats formerly $2.25. down to 8t.1 '

to be found in Palalka : barilla, and most diseases originate. Maiden' Lane, New 'York. Agents ," Hats formerly 92.00 down to ,
Risers to he the most ,
From impure Wood. Early natural, wanted ,
effective most and Hats formerJ,81.73, down
most prompt economical
I H. Hapgood ,Burt leaves for Cedar pill for biliousness; indigestion Th. ...k.. JC.cI... ,' Hats formerly 81,50, no

Landing Suada ai. < : and inactive liver. P. F. Peek. Captain Ed Lucas, who has the ,contract lists formerly $1.25,

of resurrecting the locomotive Hats formerly *l.< ceau.

Ripans Tubules cure Jaundice. Peaches and watermelons are com and tender that went through the'lorida Hats formerly

Rev C. A. Kogsr, of Fruitland, ag into market fn large quantititles; Southern wharf, is succeeding WTE CARRY. .,' ..A CHEAPER" QUA ,TTY-TOO' : 0:(
fair
,
passed through the city yesterday on bringing prices. Qnely with the work. He succeeded :. &I

Ills way to Picokta, to fill an ap Several important communications already In restoring the tender to the ';- ..<.i:' ,' .

pointment.It I,han been received,but too late for this track, and will have the boiler and engine >,.,. .i .. r

will next week. out in a few days '
ssue. They appear ,; L
e.\rs..Crownonr and Cooper, the u a fixed and immutable law that Pilings were driven around the engine '

engineer and fireman who went through to have good, sound health one must T...YI.C... .....rbaC att..t$. and the raining power' is being A"T-1 ,... .

haTe rich and abundant blood. of the Council ." .t..
Florida Southern dock with engine pure, At the meeting City furnished by hydraulic jacks. "
the
There shorter nor surer route.ban ..
is no Vednesday night an ordinance was The Captain can get more out of water 1
wounds are doing
12, receiving severe by a course of DeWitt' Sarsarrilla. -
well and rapidly recovering. passed compelling the laying of side* than any other man in Florida; no

Fralks and paving of streets, and keep- wonder he is opposed to all other "
Ripaas Taboles have come to stay.A Steps will be taken this evening at nz the same in repair. iquids. Clothin
(
"..... Jtawrtala..t. he' rooms of the Young Men's LiteraryJeciety Ready-Hade :

The entertainment at the residenceOf for the organization of an order Bright people rue the quickest to Best Butter, 25 cents pound, at f .

Mrs. A. T. Baugher on Tuesday of Sons of Confederate Veterans. AU ecojfnize a good thing and buy it. We Gra1D i! er'l.

evening for the benefit of the Ladies' legible( are cordially invited. ell lots of bright people the Little Early

Citylmpronment. Association, we are Risers. If you are not bright these Look out for a change In the adver- _

pleased to note was a grand success, Mrs. L. R. Patton Rockford, III, pilll will make you so. P. F. Peek. isemont of Scranton Wetmore & 'Co. Gents'Greatly Furni ds !
rites: "From personal experience 1can next week. Theya8 receiving a large
quite a number being in attendance. The bid of THE TIMES for ,
printing
recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, upply of fireworks for the Glorious
and instrumental
Several solos pieces a cure for impure blood and general city ordinances beics the lowest, It was Fourth.

were rendered, which resulted la many lebillty. P. F. Peek. iccepted and it continues to be the 4

encores. I fficlal city organ. Calvin Gilllis has been awarded by AT
Elegant refreshments were served in of '. -
0 the Pope Manufacturing Company, ""

a most appreved t.le. SAN EYE _J OPENER. The place to buy your groceries Dust o, a handsome bvcicle, as a prize ," ,

We learn that the proceeds will be I A.( Gra1D er'l. He is constantly re- for one IB a hundred essays on'"Public

expended toward the improvement of THIS SPACE curing fresh goods which are sold loads.." The wheel has arrived,and faa Red rrices {

the school grounds.The heap. Give him n call. $100 machine. We congratulate .
WILL BE OCCUPIED BY
Ntw Discovery. Jalvln) on his success.MNNNNNN /I "
"THE POPULAR IDAHO If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your
You have heard your friends and rx
talking about it. Yon blood is thICk and sluggish; if your appetite ...NN.....NNeNNi '
neighbors may T. 1rL BAY, l oP'B, !J
who know is capricious and uncertain,you : F
yourself be one of the many :
how PTHO f WILL TELL YOUABOUT eed a Sarsaparilla. For best results .. .. 're Moving
experience just good
from personal z
.
take De F. Peek. .
s.
a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, THE GOOD THINGS .. Stock must be Red get First

you are one of its staunch friends, be. Over a hundred persons were killed .. .. New Store Come "
cause the wonderful thing about it is, RIFT AT THIS BJ3ORT. into "
by a cyclone in Southern Minnesota onThursday : KECULATC THE :
that when once given, a trial,Dr.King'sNew Choice "
: Discovery: ever after holds a A patent has been issued to Wm.G. evening. : STOMACH, UYLR AJW B6WCLS, :
AD
place In the house. If you have never DeahaHJ, of Moacictllo, for a spongeedger. pumrr THE BLOOD. ..
it and should be afflicted with a :
wed A R UA U surfer FW :
cough cold or any Throat, Lung of THE OSOEOLA :t ............ .......,.........e..u. .
Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once The People's Party State Convention : -' n..u.w'l't'eew... : C. A. Finger-
and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed declared favor .......... ... CB.luiM.rMtk D7..st.r. .
has In Is.
refunded. of WaeM>on of I .FTE3T-CHS3 FAMILY HOTEL, SIT- : ....... *.! an ....... elaM :
every time, or money Hulse's Irene**! Weaver for&e pFMWenq&I LUTED ImmedUtely IB the heart of the fits ..._.... u... .......... .
A .
VTrial bottles free at Lowry
: .... ,...'..*!. noOtejr hvrioM.la te :
Special rates to tefnlar boarders, and aatU- t1.' .n..nn.... Y ....u. islER,
BB ..eft.flsh fine Jew. .
B.J. Bales ? .L 04.lo..ew.r.rfet.Ma.g1roa
: ..... NEW YORK
:
fiction
in A1.1.1 t.3. byO.a
Tery particular guaranteed.R.
We had a pleasant call to-day from lry Stare to Lemon street, opposite _- Addsa t
?utBHa Howe wfcertf he Will be R. L. WALL Proprietor. : THE KI AHS CHEMICAL CO. : .
G. W. Peer of Satsnma. .'
\ >leased to eee his customers in future. : M SPBUUA STKEE! ,JTTW YOU CRT. 11JTSA 4 HOUSE. .

\e J. T. K. W. Railway picnic! N.N............................: 4i LEMON STREET, t '

Leon Springs on Monday next' C. W.MARVIN"D.D.S. UNDERT FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 1'UT.. 1, /

>es to be well attended. r :
NAil COUNTY, FLA. .-
GBADCATI: DfiHTAL DEPARTMENT
Von is called to the advertise ,..
.
\S. II. Martin, local agent forei&ble UStTXBSITT- OF VESSELs -ANDEMBALMING- Mra.E.0 n.. CMw u 1 J I Forcdotore : i
\ and popular Singer Charle. Y. ATry. Tlr't Sat I of ", i
UoBal Bank of Lock Uaren. irena Kortgge.. .:J If
The Singer has a world- ,et aL 1 '
and stands at the head.Vasant ArrEAKnco BY THE AFFIDAVIT or ii !
ion, 11 .E.HASKELL Ages of tb* Cotoplainant, <_'. '., i ir'
Jiat the defendant,UM Fim National Bank, of
call on Wednes- Lock UaTtn.."...U a_-ft8Idnt of UM State
A FULL LINE pf METAUC, CLOTH: Florida,and that lu age i* nnkaow:
"
\ H. Finn, of Fernan aad WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS oxIAKD. ofl U tberrfcre ordered that the defendant :
'' da Isa representativeRoad tM lint JKataooal Bank ef Lock Haven, FaU -, "r+
>plead,saner or demutoUM But of Com- :-
\ and was here bJnt filed hereto on or before the SIXTH LAY .
Mail and telegraph orders promptly r JC2CE. A. D. 1892. otbenrtoe a decree pro
ins big Fourth of mfea.o will be entered it.
f *BTTFICIAL TJCKTR' OV GOLD, SILVER, against
fALUXIUX attended to. It U farther ordered that this notice be pab- .
Md EUBBER.C
\ Fernandina, which U ned eoee a week for f oar eonwcatlre week in J.
affair.t Very low W l'1'f'rialt7 tJRK.' CJ CROWN BRIDGE aDd GOLD he FaUUa M eekly Time, a nswsp pee vub* ... ,. :,. :H4: Fk
OtlorlA of idml&Utend for UM pIa- B. L. LILIENTHAL. Uhed in KaidComtj and Cireait.Dea .
Xtkyt tthTA. .
id to aH who de- this May D. 1992.FBAXK fm
C Iaeitoa of Taeth. WRIGHT,CJerk.CLA.1 '
nd Mr.lnn toZgentleman. Lava BtunnraPu.iuA,IXA.OAee i C. )
CyNight call at B MOONEY'S UautuBGAmptatasnt'a8uitct .
,
Hamilton a..:; ** I p. Mul It.r K.)I:. >r. \ '. yt
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ear of Putnam B 08H. ,..11 to-
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