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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 24, 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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L u o "IA P ALATIA, FLOELDA TEIDAY JUNE 24, 1812, VOLUME 3.

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LI L' To TIE DEHOCBATIO VOTBM or PTT.. CLEVELAND. WHY
r= CIRCUIT(XVJtTf Corm Our notice of the nuptial. of the You should Buy FIR)

TOTKU oreTSrar"j.ctf.U7 At U IOU 1&tio. .f my friends retpoet' gallant Captain Strange and his charm-.

..r fully aaa.uo. mjnU a caaaMate for,tb*,offlc ine bnde, Miss Della Roberts, was ATCochrane's
/ u oa.c. .r7iolt a. ark of Sbwtff at the...aJar .>.ctlom..obJ.H to tb ,
merely an announcement of the fact,
of th*Oral*Court of rwkta raUteadoa by tb* I>mocraU PriBarlM, Sad
eomiag lectloi, mbjoct Mof kladly ask UM aapport of the Party. and our desire to give Tom a better Book St<

; tk. I*.oeratl. ratty, a..! JOHN ir. HAGAK send off is excuse enough for this more .
AT CHICAGO WEDNESDAY -
r '-. extended of the NOMINATED
account event.
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JOSETHrRICE.ICRKR Good Irish Potatoes, 25 ceDU'feCk, happy ON THE-F1R4T BALLOT. They are all Fresh ..NewGeoua.M1 our, old Fireworks we
The following Invitation tells the '
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J .C. at Grsinger's.Mr. I last season.
simple yet sweet and old old story: .tfII
CQOJTTT.
or rursAic and 11 w. Samuel) Crtfin hare > Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown Also a New Stuck, of FANCY AW STAPLE STATIONERY,
t t7..lf aa eaadldat for
I at the...of 0.a.M7 TroaMnr, gone Kortb where there will .pud the Bequests at the your presence f BOOKS, Etc., at Lowest Prices.. Legal Blanks,Notary Seal. Etc.

of tM Draofati rotor summer. ... Marriage o..r.t A. X. SUVOMOB. .f llllaoUo wa
B. L. UUDTKIJ.1M1l .. > of her sister, ;" Our line of the LATEST NOVELS i is the Largest ever carried in
Hi pant Tabulet banish palo.. Della Roberts, .bo..m a* TIoProol4oaitoa

FOE TREASURER. SPECIAL NOllUt.*. toI Flrmt Ballot. PAPER BAG, STAT10NEBT, FISHING TACKLE, Wbolewe

ATM bleu 09 PCT1ar Thomas A. Strange, .. Retatl. Write or call on us for price..,
E 'ixwT-GoTernmentPlatof Township Wednesday evening, Jane 151892.

u a eaadtdtU f.r 10, Range 23, Putnam ix>untj, on at Riverside, Fla., at 8 o'clock. SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO.
Treasurer aabjoet to th* wooden roller. Finder retaining to this Captain Strange is well known to our, CHICAGO, June 23, 4 a. The ,

CM Piny, sad t..p.ctf.ny uk. office will be rewarded. citizens as the genia, jelly and accommodating first ballot has just been completed,
S. J. KEXKERLT.M
BALPH. apl5-tf Next to Post-Office, Palaika
T. W.
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je2- and cx-Presideat Cleveland the
M spirit that presides over the give

; COCXTT ASSESSOR.xicaATie PIANO FOR SA.U-A: fine initrn- destinies of the fleet little steamer Democratic nomination for the Presi

jYorna or Pvr.Ar menu Will be Bold for only $75 cash; Comet, of the Beach & Miller liae. For dency. He gets 616 votes. "

jteif u a eaadidat for cost $250: Apply .to "Gem City* Cigar seven years he has held positions of At this point there was great cheer :Buy; a "Singer.

AMOMor of rataaaiCouaty, Factory. Je24-tf trust on the line, and no word of de- 10:. It his just dawned on the convention

aoaI&.tUoa' of tb. Democratic ty MONET TO LoAN oa Improved traction have we ever heard, but on that Cleveland is nominated.The .
uk jomr.apportitr & GzLL1&je17 When Sewing Machine don't take- chances but the'
7 Property. GaLls.. '. the contrary the business of the line vote was as follows: you buy a any buy

-< jc. WILLLUCS.WCXUKXT -tf. ( baa had proper and prompt attention "Cleveland.:..ti16} SINGER, which yon know to be thoroughly reliable.in every respect. Different

or TUBLKT wJJTRCCTUW. gron SALE- Two Fine-Brad until It has attained a degree of Mill..... ......,. styles to suit every line of work. TEN MILLION SINGERS sold.

Black, and _Tan Poppies, the, smallestin the pros Boies .. .. ... ,.. .. . .. .103 The NEW YIBRATER is unequaled for ease of operation, beauty of flnUb.
to owners.
|Mttdutlom of frira&t;t horofcy town; one male and one female. perity very gratifying 36} and durabslity. AU bearings are made of the best steel and sill lost motion cam
a* oft je24-3 J. B. DONNELLT. Tots comes from the Nutmeg State, of Stevenson . ;..'.. 16}
raWlc Maeaa41datfort iMtrmeUo*,rabjoet to sturdy old stock; he is on the sunny Morrison...... ...... ., ... 5Carlisle be taken up by simply turning a screw. It has the simplest stick adjustment

I of tko Democratic T.*an of tb* lyFoR SALE-saW Mill with Sew side of the hi.1 of life, and U steadily 15 best balanced tension greatest number of labor saving modern Improvements ,

pecUaU Mk tblr,.,;en. enty-horse Engine eighty-horse Steel climbing U> the top. Campbell.......... 2 simplest self-threading shuttle best automatic bobbin winder and greatest capacity

THO&W..u..LI'K.. Boiler Mansfield Mammoth Saw Ma- Pattison. 1 for all kinds of family sewing.
I Trimmers three Hirer His blushing and accomplished bride Whitney . .. .. ... .. ., 1Russell
chine, two Terms Needles and OQ for all machines.
fc>usTY JUDGEDmo I Frank Planer and Matcher II a native of Kentucky; WM a bells I easy.
Edger, I
Gang
{ for the State JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I YOTBB ow TVTLX, I Shafting, and Dodge ,Follies; one and favorite at her recent home, and At 3:47 a. m. the convention' adjourned Headquarters ,
.
I Shay Locomotive, three Logging Can while regrets are sincere that she will .till 2 p. m. today.CHlcaoo. MARTI.rSTLcOa Agent
S. H. !;
for I
., .u u eaadidat tor wood or iron rails; seventeen ,
the desire the ;
of rutnaai County,' not be with them longer .June 23.-Ou opening
Jade* Young MultI six good Log Carts; '
; all other of the convention the roll-call for J.17 Palatka, .Fla.
i of tb*party sad.pen.: one heavy Log Wagon; all in good con for her happiness outweighs
1fL L DsWlTT. : ditbn. Call on or address considerations, and showers of rice speeches nominating candidates for

POXOKA LUMBER Co., attended her Vice President was begun at ? m.
.. departure.Mr. p. -
LX COLLECTOR.no Pomoua t 1a.gWanted Cheap Excursions for the Masses. Txsro'a Nothing Cheap About IU. .-
TOTEM oryaclt Ptzr rs je3-lf John Morgan acted as groomsman The ballot stood thus: Dr.Drummond's Remedy-

by an ambitious young and Miss Dena Salveson as brides- Stevenson... .. .... .. .'. . .402Gray EAST TErfx., VA. &GA. R. R., ) Lightning
M a eaadidat force man, willing and active. Address,with maid. .. _..343 PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, > for Rheumatism_ is put up in large bottles -
of Tax Collector of rutt particulars "WORK," care this 86lltchell. JACKSONVILLE, June 18, 1820.Tickets' ) and the is
to aotainattoa by the party, ju3-2t.paper. The ceremony was Impressively per- } .,45 price five dollars a bottle.

at formed by Rev. Mr. Louder, and was Wstterson ., ... .... .. 20Cochrau. will be on sale at all coupon It cures every time. All; the

'wppat. CHARD.DLi& .:; -? BARE BARGAIN ten-acre attended by a large contours of ..,!. 5 offices in Florida and Georgia via the cheap remedies put together are';'not'

or rtfsyc RN.aTaUCTlox. Grove of 1,000 trees, in rich hammock; friends ud acquaintances.The Tree... 1 E. T. V. A G. Ry on dates named. worth, one bottle of Dr. Dnunmond**'

all and budded sour stock to choice, the buds varieties from on one native to floral display was pretty and Dr. B. J. Marvin, Secretary of the On account of National Convention Lightning Remedy, and any suffererwill

tb* frlradi of Rr. 3. A five years old, many of which are now ample and the weather most auspicious Yolnsla County Board of Health, and Prohibition Party Cincinnati, on June bear witness to that fact, and any

,aaflag cxpnatod a wuXtbat bearing be had for >1,000 on ; Indeed, seemed to have. been Mrs. Marvin are visiting their ton, Dr. druggist who has sold it Is ready and

>t aadidato eat of fee rublto the laitrue-pocition easy mal payment. The sale will ordered for the occasion. Kuhn f'dentist, of this city. 39th and 30th', 1892. willing to offer evidence. One bottle .

I btaueU for add caadldaey.Coorslaa Include a house and two acres of pine After the twain were made one an Rate of ono lowest first class fare for will cure any ordinary case, and the
land. Best bunting: and fishing near. "Late to bed and early to rise will
tad ha eoadaetodliixh For address this elegant supper was spread, which was the round trip to Cincinnati, and re-. money will be returned if it fafls. Send
fratla, aeadvil aad eolC > particulars paper. shorten the road to your home In the
jeMm highly enjoyed. turne. Tickets to be sold June 26,27 to any address prepaid on receipt of
s rrfMonkip U JUdUoawak skies. But early to bed and a Little
*a horn la Florida. B* iy WASTED-A Lady in this city, Captain Strange the following day Early Riser,*' the pill that makes life and 28th, limited to a continuous passage price.

old of tb* Couaty t* auto a who is a practical dressmaker, desires .I took his bride to his place on Drayton longer and better. and wiser. P. F. la each direction with extreme Drnmmond :Medicine Co., 43-60

work at sewing or dress-making in aland[ where they are having a delightful Peel limit July 7th, 1882. Fare from Jacksonville Maiden Lane, New. Xork. Agents
families by the day or week. Bates ''I wanted.
amid the .
honeymoon congratoations pound 920.85.On
r ASSESSOR.ToTKai Addresa "W. Drawer Best Butter, 25 cents at
cbeap.
UtIC of Pe.rotp.s ..Att very B, Palatka, Fla. je32roR of hosts of admiring friends. Graingefe.Accidents. account of National Convention Florida as a place of residence 1s not ,

I THE: TIMES: extends congratulations t People's party,.Omaha, Neb., July 4th, only attractive to the young and middle / -'- -
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1 --, ... ,a"'rutaaat*f a caadlda()Couaty* : ORANGE' GRVOE FORTwo'miles SALE.- !and good wishtsforTom and his lovely Hk.t3r1....... 1892. '. N lied;' Des afao-ia'others whose lives.

tao'M.ceot TaLlmowot Domoeratie from Palatka, containiug 30 I bride, and hope for them a long and So does .Ehftumatlsm, and after a Rate of ono lowest first class fore for have been extended beyond the limit
of land fenced 300 Orange
u d s raur"&M.f tM tots, tb acres Trees, 100 of ,which are; old bearing :happy voyage on the sac of life. time it kttto, tool Dr. Drummond' the round trio to Omaha, and return. of a centl:-(. Mrt. Asnath Miller, of: '

r j, r. ArrucBT. I rees. Also, Peach, Plum and other Chu. J. Bolinger will depart for the Lightning 'temedyrelieves the pains Tickets t. b, sold Juno, 26, 29, and St. Charles, Illinois, aced 105 years,

FOR COOTTT ASSRSSOR.YOTBM fruit. Good house and water; near North on to-morrow's steamer. once, and is warranted to core. One 30th,halted to coatkmoes passage in accompanied by her daughter, M-

van D..0CLU10 of Yentas Lnndy Address Station M. H.trice DALTON, 1,000.. l bottle, price five
nTl Florida. my30QTDnane alatka1- Ripan's Tabulea prolong life. any ordinary.... It ySu ,caa&et get, 1501,1882. John Hampton, 85 years, will

; bmby........ .T.*l* M u eaadidat f*ri it from your druggist, writer to the The J'eluarlrauth.riud route to reach Florida about. July 15, for tb.purpose >
Couaty. 'abt A Cant of Tb..ks.For
...*of AMOWOT of DS Patent.oeraU*rartT1C. Bros.' market is always Orummoad Medicine Co., 48-50 }[aI.: Omaha via dactesaM. would bo u f olows of purchasing a ,home. The
*tb actiou of tb the kind treatment and attention
T. MOORE.t supplied with Fresh Northern and i' den Lane, New'York. Agents wanted. : party will stop with Mr. A. C. II* -
Florida Meats. JDh21gFOR of the many who have proven themselves -
Ee, T. V. -V G. Railway to Chattanooga rouns, near Verdeer Point la this
agUITT.tAl my friends on the occasion of the Glllls & Gillis are offering to loan
sox I Three Small Houses and Queen and Crescent Routeto county and will select and purchase av
.. SALE ,
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t toUdtat.loi" m. I broby accident and during my confinement, money on improved city property.
.. caadtdat for the effle of. near Union Railroad Stops. Most be Cincinnati, thence C. C. C. k S. home some where In the Stats. They
oa .1MIf u I[ take this method of expressingmy
el htaaa'O SPt7..bJeeC N thu anal- sold at once, and a great bargain can Tabulea purify the blood. Railway to Peoria, Illinois; C. B. _Q. axe said to be provided with sufficient t
thanks. Ripans
be had by addressing C. F. DENISON.P. sincerest appreciation and
Democratk town of t II Cosatyrn.p.atagy ,
of t.IJe
i Omaha. and determined
Railway to means ban to spend
uktMir..pport.. O. Box 201. p884f Although comparatively] a stranger,' I ,
3. L BCRTOS. have been the recipient of sympathyand ONE MISSING. The Georgia delegation, their families the evuaing.of life's closing days In av

Cri5,000 FEET Best Seasoned The solgers were returning home, and friends, about 75,to 100 strong, state unrocked by wintry storms, andover
)OR $Hraur1Ta Cypress Lumber, for construction of kindnesses from all, both ladies With martial music gay;; have adopted the same route as shown whose extended plains forever
KMOOLATK T0Tau Or PVT.A* Tanks and Cisterns, for all purposes. and gentlemen for which I am exceedIngly No trace of care, no thought of fear,
above Cincinnati thence via the the breath Of Let.
to whisper
summer.
Send In orders at once, that you may grateful. I shall at all times bear The war is o'er they say. ;
: boreby l'ftlpeetftD1 aaaceuos a1ll1t U a obtain the advantage of a reduction.G. Big 4 Route to St. Louis (free reclin- the band play.Reports .
a4id&&e for tb* oOo* <* SberUT of Putnam M. DAVIS the Pioneer Cistern on my heart a warm impression of Pa- The streets are dally decked with flags, ing chair cars), and Burlington Route
t1 at tb* approldalDC tectloa,.bje t toby Manufacturer, "Palatka. ap8- atka and her good people,with a hopeof Their welcome is most sure; Omaha. from San Francisco represent

ae.tuatoa tk%Doa o roc Party aadX.C.OOOD80X.. showing my gratitude in some way Each solgers' face is glad with joy sales a* good bu money tight
4J ask support To be home Returning,they will use the Burlington
your E PALATLt GENERAL( MARKET. future occasion. at once more.
on Respectfully, owing to the condition of trade.
-- poor
rroR Go to Duane Bros. for First-Class to Chicago, where an inspection of
sH1 lL1l7 ROBERT CROWXOVER, A lady and her child stood weeping.By in the State of California. Local railroad -
Meats Poultry etc. Everything first- World's Fair will be
the
to .. PTMAJi t11epatfUysano buildings
T Dun&aATI OF
little door
Engineer Switch Engine. a cottage ; freight rates area high on fruit
.eaadldat class. Free delivery to all of the
.-ry. if a.a parts made and thence the 4 Routeto
Big
] del3-tf Alasthey're weeping for the loved one by and farm products that the producer
County
f P tnaa city.
tifcjott* UM to efllOIt UM komlBatioB of 8 berU ta tb*oomiac Primsb The Gem City Guards received. five Who will return no more. Cincinnati, and same route to start; realizes littlo.

C. H. W1OO. I3PC03CE TO THE FRONT !-! have new members Tuesday eveniag. She waited long for news of him, lug point as was used going. ; I have listened to ingenious
many
some good Kansas City property to But one word came at last: We are making every effort to get
FOR CLERIC or CIRCUIT COURT. trade for Palatka property, orange Mr. G. C. Parmenter, one of Nor- 'Twas "missing after Gettysburg, an issue of tickets via the above route persona who say we are better off cow

Atbi4t.quutotatsayf'"d'. I bet.b7$5.. grove or Florida land and a small walk's substantial citizens, called this And her teals fell thick and fast authorized from Florida points, and ton over we wore before. 1 do not.

eaadioW* for tb* offlco ofof amount of cash. Addres.with description week and placed his autograph on. our .know how well off we were before, butI
myself a
tM Circuit Coors of rvtaam Co ty.cbjm of jour property,.P., care of subcrlbtion book. "One missing" from the serried rank, hope to succeed. know postively that many very do- .
tto tbs action of tb* Dwaocratle Patty PALATKA TIMES. One life is blighted so; lo join the Georgia delegation leave
But soon forgotten in the whirl ,serving persons of my acquaintancehave
&..he1'ri8l&l'JTII'J weather Jacksonville at 7:30 a. m. June 29th, or
Just hot comes
molUS.l'Oa E. Burt as sure as Of life's quick ebb and flow. difficulty In living under
ALTER I7Jesse having left theArlington great
retpeccta1lJ rr 6:30. m.June 28th. WIn leave Atlanta
there will be less bowal complaint
more or W.J.
Hotel, has secured a limited F. these improved circumstances; also,.
TTttAfC UB. number of rooms furnished in the mo t in this vicinity. Every person, at 10:55 on the night of June that desk Is full of .
believe De Little my begging letters
Witt's
I kowby offer.y aa.*a.a eandidato for tb* approved style. These rooms will be and especially families, ought to have We truly 29th, and will arrive In Omaha the
>of Co Bty TruMTor,I* MUdt- rented at a nominal cost to the right some reliable medicine at hand for instant Early Risers to be the most natural, morning of Jaly 2d. i eloquently written by either distressed

:UM support of tb*r aM e Prdaart' of parties. Apply at this office. most effective, most prompt and economical Everything possible will be done for or dishonest people,and that wo cannotbe
: is needed. A 25
in it or
use case sod .
was eo. pill for biliousness indigestion called u a nation, well off while
MART r arvrlx JK.poctfully Colic the comfort and welfare of the patronsof
gFox SALE.-Near Palalka, a 50eentbottleof Chamberlain's and inactive liver. P. F. Peek. many of us are living either In honest
the road.
acre place 600 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy just
1'0. I twenty-one containing or in vflainous beggary. For my own
I ..__ .r-eJf' eaadldat for orange trees and 500 fruit trees. Fih- what ought to have and all that Tfc Terminal Litigation. .
bawby ace you VOW TRY THU- part I will put with this state at
up
bats! of rutnam Owatr, M'>et to tb* acof tug, boating, bathing; first-daa in yon would need, even for the most RICHMOND, VA., June 23.-Suit has
aotlcU Price $3,500. Co. Yon Is the It will cost you nothing and will things passively not an hoar longer. Lam
> tb* DomocraU prtMrtov aad every way. severe and dangerous cases. It been entered in the United States. circuit
i rapport of war foUotr...tiawa, Rcopoct.IT DtnsBUBG, Palatka 1-. O. jd93'Gi" best the most reliable and most suecesslal court for this district by George A. surety do you good,if yon have a Cough, not an unselfish person, not atvevangelical .
1111 JOHX W. DAVIS.TOR treatment known and is pleasant Cold trouble with Throat I have
Barns of New York the or any one; no particolav
against
''. rr.tD-To fade ,
OAK CIRCtJrt commAS Sl, OO or a 115,000 Orange exchange Grove or and to take. For sale. byAckermanAStswart Richmond ,and West Point Terminaland Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery pleasure In doing good, neither do I dislike ..

'tb* ..,.... Mtldtat** *f BM..T tHoadi' Dwelling, in Putnam County, fw Pa- druggists.Mr. Warehouse: company, praying for for Consumption, Coughs and doing it so much as to expect to te
Nay HCTCBiyaoN ......,.. bim *tf aikoaadidat and : the appointment of a receiver. The Colds is guaranteed to give relief or
Istka House Lot. Address: WALTER made rewarded for it In another world. :BstL
for.Ork of tb* Circuit Cool ol THOMAS Falatka. W. E. Palmer, of Como, motion for a receiver and lor an Ir- money w ill .be paid back. Sufferers
lOuuty.tubJoetMtb* approral of 3Mr I j&1-tf THE TIMES a pleasant call Tuesday.He junction will be heard August 16. from La Grippe found it I simply cannot paint, nor read nor
at.lie M xt rrl ary ElocttoB,sad speedy look at mineral nor do anything eke r
a gGo to Duane Bros for everything Is one of those jolly good fellows and under its use had a
Ltoutlaatod vtU tb* duties of tb ofd ; Merit Wins.
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perform want in the of Fresh perfect recovery. Try a sample bottleat like and the very light of the morning
altJafaD7. you way we are always glad to set. Wo desire to say to our citizens, that
Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21-tf for we han been selling Dr. our expense and learn for yourself sky has become hateful to me,beanie I
POE TAX COLLECTOR years just'how good a thing it is. Trial bottles -
of the that I know of and
see
New Discovery for Consumption mooery -
King's
Ibl aTtoABBoaiM a7elf-aaaeaadi lor tb ...,o of Tax CoUwtor of rutaaaaty Dr.King's New Life Pills, Bnct- Store. Large size,50e.and $1.00. signs of where I knew It not, which t t

Abject U tb* aetiou pf thersde Demo L. D. EATON M. B. len's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, no imagination can interpret too bit- .;If!

rrtmartea. aad MpctfaUy tollcit UMapport W. C. SNOW'SUNDERTA and hue never handled remedies that Mrs. W. H. :Wigg and two daughters terly.-John Buskin. : |I
of Bty sell as well, or that have given such I
frieDda.TIIOJUS X.OAUTIER.rORSHERIJT. HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE KING WAREROOMS, 2Sj universal satisfaction. We do not hesi- returned from South Carolina yes- 1 flAn j

FRONT STREET, Opposite Putnam. tate to guarantee them every time, and terday. employe of the United States Express ;Ii

.. BLOCK, PALATKA, FLA. House, Palatka, :Fla. Residence .In .we stand ready to refund the purchase: A full line of Staple and Fancy Company, at Washington,D.-C*- :
To TUB DKKOCKAnO VOTKU >3COCJTTT P111wr.x same building. price ll satisfactory results do not .fol disappeared with packages of moatf .* .... i
: OmexHocu-lto tt a. m, i to a p. m. low their use. These remedies Have I Groceries, at lowest prices, at Grainger's. < .
.-l ,. 3 R. S. MOONEY In Charge. of the value of 230,000 last Tuesdaynight.
I **rby aawmao Btyo If at a eaadidat foe indTtolP1"8aBdj p. m.Fitfentt won their great popularity purely on I Call and examine goods and get A lull description of the

M offlo of fibMiff of Putnam prlaurfaa.i County tabjoct throocb tfc*from naD. a Once distance cwulutioa can b*fre treated*. lyTELEOTAPH ORDERS WILL RECEIVE their merits. For sale by Lowry AHnlse prices and be convinced. Aao'Har, has been published and a reward party offered -
tb .
of eoaalac
tbs action r.JOHXSOX. apS-cm. PROMPT its ATTENTION., '. ap5- ,Druggists. Grain and Feed. for his arrest. ,, .


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I'., ,frtJMMER BATB6.. .j&: -Ladies.anT Unfortunate FEDERAL POINT.NOTES.' 1 Til 1TbouiWEAgNE
I" because the higher they io society -p FC Merf.yday: III I UBIUTATKD.| win Ir
war.. I k The>GeorjiiSoathcta and FloridaBailroftd rise .rresp *dne Falatka Tuns.FRDERAL : J litnoraar, save trice

i! now;preparlR rates for the the eaker they find theselves loo iily.Risley's POWT.Fui.,June 21.;> ..-+ .. I'thrtviroy' ,UoDY eaelag|, !lL ter

.
t
: : 1> **k the wens of Mr
Rte. Phdotoken control*the nervci Last-week the departure of E S
tolil
arDOSC trivet out'of Florida Summer Resorts saw ; backache,dreadful Dreams Wrests<

I. which will shortly be placed on aids nature in her various functions, Hubbard and family and Mrs. E. H T & Paine nrv.leading Pimples to early opus may the,Coa-wnptto face,and all I

awopens and thus combats with the many ills of ,Bart and daughter, Lucy. They have send lor IMM of.a K hose O LIrK,1partkalars < rsle t
This line is the shortest and fastest wonunkiod successfully.' If jour all gone Jo Poughkeepsiej New >York, OR. 1

de.ett,CaL for, many Tne out of Florida,carrying the West India dlugttst has not got lt he will order It where they will spend the. summer. lays- *

and Honda mail to -all points West for you for 11'a bottle, from :Choi.: F 'E. H. Hart is batching U, with the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

In north- and North we.U Trains-arrive and depart Bisley: wholesale druggist 62 Cortland help of bis deg.Pit. '
Ac shock wen St. New York. Send for a descriptive ... CKcoMEdoo
-
ebe* from Union Depots, Palatka and pamphlet, with directions and certificates A. Evans is spending a few days )U

r been re-elected Macon. Connection made with all from many' ladies' who hate on his place here. ilia D
From Rhode Island .bout send for OJ
'64; Thatcher.S9.al lines in Macron with the vestibule limit used it and can't say enough in favor The Methodist Church is going up Violins Banjos ftealedX f rr.. with Tt

r an earth uak. etl for tbe Carolinas, Virginia and of Risley' Phiiotoken.BK rapidly, and will soon be ready for So Sctentiaerienre.Cent No Qnaliaca PAY

thirty second. w.. Careful 1MBtstions )* 1 t
being from east W the East, and with through' sleepingcar "SjriAKOH AND OXGAKS. occupation. This will give us three are the use 'Twisty

lines for resorts tn Tennessee,Ken- Hon. Daniel F. Batty the grea churches. The Episcopal Church, STRINGS, SHEET MUSIC.&CAll dress 3YlN C.

J,Token oat In Mesopota tucky and all points .North and Koith and manufacturer it however is securely locked up, and miS 4aak
Piano
'..A to be cholera, which, Organ --r-
root Persia has catered west. Sleeping cars between Palatka building and shipping more Organsand stands a, monumeut of beauty, with its I DEFO

and Macon. Piano. than In 1870 Mr. influence all on the eutside. Prices for Cash or on terms to I
.
Astor who recently ever. CTOM Eye. Hi.tr 1 TI
Ifanant Trains leave as follows: It is rumored that there is yellow Club feet.HIp Joint]
monument fund, ha left home suit oc93mChamberla.1n's
Beatty a ts
< penniless
.
A. P. M. flow-boy I Utwof th. Hs d s,
the fund of the New
charity r and by his indomitable wU fever at Tampa. A family moved to Icmlly asal

Ub. Palataa..d..5:40. 8:15 worked ,his way np so as JO sell so far this place last week from Tampa, Zee and HJcn I cured.DISFIC cs
'M notified Mr. 9:37
government has Ham >ton,.6:51
American minister.that it fully Lake( City.-.. .803 10:55 nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and where, when it was rumored about that Ointmont. CcsiaSdperfluon.

.,.may invitation mooetary to conference.take part in the !' For folders and other, information, dishearten Pianos since him 1870.obstacles Nothing laid seems in hU to they were yellow fever refugees, but A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, pain euav and. Haft pet, f

|,)lit in the ranlrt of the German 110i i applv"to way, that wou'd' have wrecked any] upon investigatien U has turned cut Tetter Silt Rheum, Scald Head. Old valuable treatise on
is extending The socialist of A C. KNAPP, JAS. MKXZIES, ordinary man forever, he turns to an that the only sickness at Tampa is Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, &- 340 N| 1ps.;
.oe, W Ubaden and faith have al- Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent, advertisement and comes out of It Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipplesand --- -
from inebriates
who to Palatka to
Joined the independent party. 'MaconGa.: Palatka.An brighter than ever. His instruments came Files. It is cooling and soothing.Hundreds : BROKEN :'
aiacio
,/diipatcti has been received In London andare take the Keely treatment, and after
that as is well known are very popular ; of cases have been cured by form oFlriKOM" |
4 Teheran. Persia, which states Opportunity. hand
i to be found in all of the becoming cured go home, get on a big valuable work tm t!
cholera which has town ravaging Me- No' man should live in Florida or parts I it after all other treatment had failed. team bow thrwriUnir .
ed for some- time past, U decreasing world. We are informed that during spree and immediately die. In that U U put up la 25 and M cent boxes. DR.PAtlKfirKAHHTILLE a l To
p and not visit the Atlantic I ,
verity Georgia the next ten yean be intends to set event the cure becomes sure and per ,Tutf Plea I, tt Ds
At Albany Ga., the splendid health record Ocean. This great water thotoughf are, 200,000 more of his make, that meant how are danKerous sfflletod. rtt

for April still continues.showed eight Tbe deaths,sexton's; forjiay report, oyes*which came the idUcoverers and a business of $20,000,000 if we average manent, which is more than we ever EATTY:8 PIANOS' !; ::.a Write lone I hsby a.
it credit for before.J. .
eleven deaths. This, for a city of nearly settlers of America has historic associations hem at 2100 each. It is already the gave doing tar Catalogue. DANIEL r. dJCATTY, T a*ce of
7,000 Inhabitants.At largest business of the kind in existence F.TennT reports that he will have noa-tf: Washington New Jeney.

the Democratic primary held in Lau- of great importance that ran Send'to Daniel F. Beattv, Washington a heavy crop of figs this season that Sad

Teas to select delegates for the Eleventh the congressional Georgia never impress us as they should till we New Jersey for Catalogue. will commence to ripen about the nrst R. W. & W. M. DAVIS,
itandon the lurf- ;asbed beach. No
district. Henry G. Turner _carried the of July P
county by a handsome majority. teacher who expects to make a success lIon. W. V. Lucas, ex-Slate Auditor Stearns f l
Quite number of the trees
a AT ORNEYS
ATlAW
Great interest is being manifested in can afford to let pans an opportunity to of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain' orange '
3t.w York and other points in the coming that lost their bloom by frost last
Snatch race between Mr, Monroe's steam visit Fernaudina when such induce- Cough Remedy in my family,

yacht Norwo d. and Mr. Hunt's steam ments are offered. and have no hesitation in saying it is spring are putting out new bloom. Htekman-Kenneriy Block, Lemon Street

which is to cone off, the We have noticed with a good deal of Palatka. Fla. s3-i, iS MsInatieitlr
weather Prof. Lawton B. Evans superintendent an excellent remedy. I believe it is all t
permitting on Saturday.
interest the action of the Palatka merchants ,sad
At Bay City, Mick. Mrs. George Beau- of schools, Augusta, Ga., with that is claimed for it; Persons afflicted

dry ot South Bay City, jumped into the several eminent, State educator, will by a cough or cold will find it a friend.; in regard to the raise in freight E. E. HASKELL
river with two children :All were drowned. rates by the J. T. & K W. Railroad. ,
,
The children were her two youngest,a boy assist in giving a practical course bi There is no danger from whooping F
and a girl out of a family of five. Them is Tne resolutions that they passed are I Dij
instruction. Teachers and students of cough when this remedy freely given. LSW 353 OF*.
tor the
act
is no way of accounting all well enough provided it will serve
50 cent bottles for sale by Ackerman & ,
and should avail
that bagsofcugai high grades others
The report 000,000
Aant
Stewart unite the there
druggists.In to people upon some
were destroyed by the ioodtng.jot a warehouse themselves t>f a very superior normal Urncm-Second street Apposite Court Hoe > C
in Matanzas. Cuba was erroneous. definite plan of action. We imaginethat
The quantity of star destroyed by the inundation course. nearly every county there is much not PAUkTKA. FtORIPA.
the merchants of Palatka have
.
was QO.OU. bags. The loss occasioned Bow is the time to combine profitable foolish talks about "town cliques" anc n fit:
the flood 1s estimated at J5J.twa the
by instruction with needed recreation been working together, but quite F
by
The governor on ,the of Georgia governors has of Alabama issued rf- taking four or ei ht-weeb' course at controlling sponsible conventions The men Who who "kick"is re reverse; in fact, have been pursuinga For Sale or Exchange. T
very
Tennessee and South Carolina. Haber- the Island City Chautauquahighlyendorsed "penny wise and pound foolish! V

sham county wants J. IL Hicks for larceny by Major Russell, Slate Su- the loudest. The people of the coun-. policy" that has failed to redound to I have 245 acres of land, nine miles 1

Burks wants Leager Freeman for,, pennt.ndent The lowest rates of try are largely in the majority, and can : LdlwCeaty.
cattle stealing and Fannin wants:bam and their credit or prosperity. They do not west of Port Arthur, Algoma, Ontario,
feree!. < .,
control conventions if will attend
they .
John Stanley Get up a club and write to J. F.Shand. seem to be up to the times nor to grasp in the Silver Mining Distnct, which I m
Va. was in gala array But generally they slay at home, and will sell for take The lightest, !It
uponrtoccasion of tbe launching of the .. their situation, as it is to- ay. Tile $5,000, or an Orange
has been builH l
the iu attendance are residents -
only parties
Meamshlp-Kl Norte, built by the Newport time was when Palatka had the almost Grove or Phosphate Lands of equal ha *stood
OBITUARY. *
News Ship Building and Dry Dock company of the county seat. Either take years
I, '
of which C. P. liuntlngton* of New exclusive contrel of the retail trade for value in exchange. suitable for ah cl

York, was the founder. The launch'was Mrs. Magpie M..Graddick, formerly sufficient interest in the matter, attend all the country for miles in extent; but Some work has already been done in for illustrated m _

witne persons.Dr. sued. by a distinguished gathering of Miss Maggie M. King, was born in the conventions, vote for your favorite, that Vine has passed. Today you will developing the silver vein. 'tion ,,of our whee A

E. W. Johns, formerly medical purveyor Suwante: County, Fla., May 22d, 1850, or hold lour peace if you wlllslay ahome. find a little country store al almost I particulars, address !iron wheel felloes iu the,tad all( \ ,

general of the Confederate States and was married to N. Y. Graddick .-.IUchan road who We build all
armies died in Richmond aged CO years.Jie every crossing, ale compelledby su 1

has resided in Maryland MUaissluulsvnd February 28th, 1669, and died at her Joto Lea's Springs, Qrainrsr County, East the,action of the Palatka and even 21 Woodbridge Street, pumping mill., g b ru

Tennessee since the war. When his residence on Orange street, Palatka, Jacksonville merchants to purchase my6-lm Detroit, Mich.BEA'I plies of all kind.-, i tsti of
health gave way he went to Rich mend, Tenne'"". kind
and lived quicur that but few people Fla., June 15th, 1692. She leaves ahusband A Popular, Summer Resort twentone ,- their goods in the Northern markets, anteed.a specialty.* to Sgt as

knew he was a resident and three children, being the from the fact that the Palatka merchants U3IT'S Will fern trv
miles from Knoxville, on the first- give
In a speech at Cork John Dillon said
that the Parnellites were boasting becausethe first of the family die. ,She was a class, newly completed Morristown and are catering for the countryfarmers' sale prices wise gY

anU-Parocllites were .short of funds, worthy member of the Methodist and to under- Semi for our 11
trade
but that that shortness was due to their Cambf rlaad Gap Railroad. Depot and trying CELEBRATEDPianos Catalogue and'i E
lib ality to evicted tenants, for out of ,Church for twenty-six years. Telegraph Office on the place. Passengers sell the little one-hon cross roads
A3C'QUO collected kit 000 ban been given to A })uEND. don't the Palatka ; Address all i .
evicted tenants. The anti-Parnellites, be from the North and "EaA via grocery. Now, why

added had done pverythintr possible to restate THE MUSICAL WORLD. Morristown; from tbe South via Knoxville merchants give up the little trade of and Organs. SEAUI'IiS JIANUFACT

"nifyTititfheieJlltelhadrejected ; from the' West via Knoxville the consumers and cater for the trade d.U.i a
;
.
all offers, and now the battle must beough'ou" Important. .A.rra.ceBetw" Two mh25tfEXECUTOR'S Conoenville, ,
Well K. u. .... and Cumberland Gap. Superior nat of the little stoics that are located oil
ow
On the supplementary vote In'l!'.e ERg. ural advantages viz: Fine, .Romantic is For Catalogues,address
Who has oot heard of the world. about them Their present policy N ICE. .
with Signal Point
Mountain
lish house of commons granting AUO.UM te Scenery, I
the royal World's Fair commission, A. C ramous STEIWVAT PIANOS? And who higher and more comraandinz than most assuredly far from satisfactory to 'DANIEL BEATTY Washington, N. J. BMMBHWMi

ouqh Morton asked. Liberal if Intending member exhibitors for Peterbnr tem in the South has not heard of LuDDEX Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool them. They are not making any money ,I ALL PER_that zONS the! CCTERlSTKft adenrifrM4i barn WILL I IiHimted !

satisfied with the arrangements'made by & BATE SOOTHEKJJ' Music HOUSE? and Healthy Location. Superior'natural themselves or allowing the little couu- 0 KAn r\C\C\ BEATTT-S hot Sa& by the County adgtof Putnam<
OOUU.UU BARGAINS. rku, Ex rators of the last will and&NtsLEmUI1D
Mineral Waters White V par- s
tbe commission. Sir John et fioancial For twenty-two this well known Sulphur, try fellows to do it either. They are iculars,rata logu,addrene I HOLMAX, dec M4dt a
secretary to the traaury/ pUed that.the years Black Sulphur and Chalybeate, acknowledged DANIEL BEAT17Wuhln&ton baring debts and claims againal said u t :,
vote was increased to ttiO.OOU in order to music house has been" identified with the best south of the 'Po simply working ,against their own in. ,New tlener.Marrion's : present them for payment to m. at 8pr
give free space and reader tbe exhibit will also find it useless Oh to,withoat delay i
and Cold' Baths. terests. They
worthy the United Kingdom Xr Morton leading pianos and organs only. It tomac. Hot Sulphur I Thus Indebted to laid MUM win set

said be hoped the government would !aims always to give: its customers the Good Society, Music,. Uancing and to bulldoze the railroads by any set of Restaurant I,OS. ROBERT L..HOLMAJEDWARDS HULMJMirrb
do its uttermost make the British seo- usual amusements.Comfortable Rooms
o ,
(
Just
resolutions that Kzs
best obtainable at the lowest and easiest they can pas* 25,1892.
'
tion great success. The vote was agreedto Beds and ,rood Table Fare. Board, mla25-&w
by the house terms' Therefore it has secured' the {30 to ?40 per mdnth. Post Office is let them get together and resolve to T'nder A.cmeHotel, ) !

.. wholesale Southern agency for tbu named LEA'S SPRINGS Grainger extend and build up tho country trade, JACXSO 1LLE. FLORIDA. Notice of Application for FUal Dim >
A B.1 Wreck !. Teaae ,
< *** Steinway Piano which it will sell always .
Table Supplied with the Best the Market AT
County East Tennessee. Send for offer increased of
Jane Then the lowest New York largely quantities IS HEREBY Ctrl [ tit
XJtoXT1L :.T.nn l at prices fords, and Rates very KeammaUe When ta NOTICE
I Descriptive Circular. DAY or JAM-ART, 14
freight down off from the little
was a bad wreck on, the Knoxville, apd on accommodating terms. Never Address M. J. HUGHES, gel Jacksonville gin us a trial. say "tale and youths
Cumberland Gap and Louisville railroad buy a piano or organ without writing' President and Manager.One penny policv, that never did pay ner [ntS-..\ J. W. JtARRIOX. Proprietor. minutra or of estate of At>>ert Bo<
i irioridaat
reseed to the
Ludden & Bates S. M. II. at its home County
sf.r1tzr
will and word for it they
about 8:30 o'clock. A freight train never my his office In af
office, Savannah, Ga., or seeing its ATTACHMENT NOTICE. bal from the adnlsittntinn -
went down a trestle 1$5 feet high. The for This day last week the farmers of one will have BO more trouble with their state.discharge ANDRIWr' : CANt d
accident occurred a short distance north agent jour vicinity. course lints killed off TS CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR- Administrator of Estate et Alb
of TaxewelL A long train of coal ear will save money and regrets. county in Oregon were pot diggingand I transportation They 1 CUlT of riorida in and for Putnam Coaatj. Parstka.rla..Jalv71. 188L J

was bound south. Owing to the heavy I hoeing potatoes at the same time;' the old Charleston line of steamers, Calm Gllli. Plaintiff, ) k

load two engines were pulling the I'DRVNgENNESaortho LIQUOR HABIT, digging last year's crop, which had I' the best line they ever had or will get Satins A.Rembert TS. def en't.}t Attachment. I. 1.J. X UJ..CATTORNE
train. When the were near the Cured at Home In Ten Pays by AdiaJnisterlng -
engines been left in the ground all winter,and at present, in order to give their tradeto The defendant and all persons Interested are ,
center of the trestle the brakeman on and to the
Dr. Heine* Golden fipoelne. hereby required to appear plead X
the rear saw the engines and can near I hoeing this year's planting. the railroads and it almost serves declaration filed in this cause on or befor the I

him drop into the awful depth below. : It can be given in a glass of beer, a them right that they should be retaliated ruts DAY DAY of August OF AUGUST 1892, and next they, the are FIRSTMON hereby

He jumped and escaped, but all the cart cup of coffee or tea, or in food, withoutthe Mr. Wm. Parish, of Fruitlane, was ,against by the same roads. notified of the Institution of this suit by attach Aid CoaneU.t at Law..Vte lb
"endown and with them went the ment.and that the property of said defendant
of the It is absolutely
knowlege patient. In town .
Wednesday.IT.a.naeed
crew of each engine. I I There Is another point that works baa been attached to satisfy the claim of the Hecse.CTB1
harmless, and will effect a plaintiff in this cause. practice U an Comrta.ruu TI
Hopeless, T.$ Saved. I against them. They are continually April 12th,189*. J. H SHELrB.
)>.1..... aa a WeddUg.YomrosTOWx permanent and 'speedy cure, whetherthe easli apl3-4m .
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E pulling and hauling against other.
moderate drinker
0., Jane 1 e.Twenty.two patient is a or an
of the guests attending the weddingof alcoholic wreck. It has been given in Hard,of Groton,S. D.,we quote: "Was If one fellow thinks he can make a few ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeRCCULATC E. C. KELH

Willilm Oowden and Miss Inex Bailey thousands ''of cases, and in every instance taken with a bad cold, which settled on vents by buying np a lot of eggs, for j :
a perfect cure has followed. It Instance. Lap all the rest will jumpup
at Coitsville.after partaking of the wv& fails. The my Lungs, cough set in and finally I. --BIOS or-

ding supper.were stnchen down with nated never with the specific system, it one becomes impreg an i terminated in Consumption. Four I to break him down on eggs. So I e :

all the symptoms of .poisoning and utter impossibility for the liquor appe- :doctors gave me up, saying I could live I instead of working together they are :. :. The Biff Coffee.

three-Mus Blanche Kerns, George titd to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 i but a short time. I gave myself up to pulling and hauling and cutting prices : THE :
Robinson and William Moore-are in a
critical condition. It is believed someone page book of particulars free. Address my Saviour, determined if I could not I until none of them can make enough : STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS : 7'A Full and Complete'STOVES.
would ,
with friends on earth I
the GOLDEJJ SPECIFIC Co. 185 Race stay my LIGHT HARDWJ
is the
An
tampered with the ice cream, as to their bills. That policy
pay
only thoee who ate of it were taken ULHewer's Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. meet my absent ones above. Myhu- : PURIFY THE BLOOD. : TIN"[ ARE which must be .|
the
band was advised to get Dr.. King's I ruination of Palatka, and is one of : A KUMLC REMEDY FOR rill pay to inspect this stock,i .

Car Juntp4 the Track We often decide in the age of people New Discovery for Consumption potent factors that keeps the Gem j I.........BOI. ,"a.U..fc..c.....- :. nothIng but the best of eveiYii r

Tfr.MTEs, N. Y., Jane 1ft.-The car in laving beautiful and luxuriant hair, Roughs; and'Colds. I gain'It a cared trial City down on a par with the little one- I : -...irtep.ed..Cbr..i. Liver TrueSter : Plumbing,Tlnninf A DJ Gi
in all bottles it has Bad C.lexa.. Py.setery. .
Dtad.ey
took eight
; C executed
in
which Governor Flower and family. lot knowing that they; use Hall's Hair and hank God I now a wellanti horse country place whose only mtr- : ......... Bran. ... aU..r4en.,Its : the most appro
am
me .. ... ...... promptly and at Jqw prices. a
hairs of the Helie u.
the track miles Renewer[ to
were riding jumped six keep gray away. hearty woman. Trial bottles free chant is postmast.rjustice >taM eaaUla xxldmr }* Don't forget the place 8it

west of Addison on the New York, There are only four, thousand applicants" aLL wry & Hulse's, Druggists; regular peace, doctor' and Sunday School ex : theAd.e.ea.L Gne mudwd rears r: islets err Big Coffee Pot; i moo Street
LaVe Erie and Western Railroad. Exaggerated size, 50c. and $1.RHEUMATISM. horter. J. F. : 5f.runl** A trW bottl mat By utJl : Second and ThirstDRUNKEN
reports were at once set as we learn from an exchange, 0sreorptadlie..l. A4dmsTHE .

afloat one rumor stating that the train for the three vacant chaplainsbips in : RIPAMS CHEMICAL CO. :
M sram srxzcr.XT*Toe .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. arr.
had been wrecked and the Governor
killed. Although the train wry running the US, Army. This shows that I The Best Salve in the world for Cut, NeeNNNNNNC..cc..N000inull

at a high rate of speed, no one oa preaching does not pay: well to the Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
the Governor's car was injured. average minister. Or U e a.Ii.ew KaI. P.rut
I neuralgia) Fever bores Tetter, Chapped Hands, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PCT- adt55th..'.' epeeia..eawswee.wf .

hap a 11.1'. T..u... A. LITTLE GIRL'S EXPERIENCE IN A and sciaticacan Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions NAY COUNTY, FLA. n......,....,.... .....

ATHENS: (X, June 18.-BOAS*! Beahe UGHTUOCSE. I ;and positively cures Piles, or no << de.rrilePaw -:.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are always besuccessfully required. It is guaranteed to give His J. C. CaswcUTS. t.rwJ.es.Sad win et.et .p rw aeMrut.
apt :8. a resident of Staart whfle. I pay .1) Foreclosure .,weettw teas p.uus M .e deeK.S. .
of the Government I treated Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded; First Ka- .alaaWie wI-ss* rt at a fe p.se ti
walking over the high railroad feddfa keepers Lighthouse Charles F. Avery of w..e.e,wed' r.ry ta..eM P 'fue
price 25 cents per box. For sale by tioaal Bank of Lock Karen, | Mortgage. iowd II :,rain. Tbeer04*ea..
near that village, was struck by a vest it Sandbeach, Mich., and are blessed with XJWRT[ & HCLSE.Commissioner Feaa.ct aL InAPPEARIKa W wt&a. 1M ep...........,...a stn'
bound B. and O. 3. W. freight train with a daughter, tour years old. Last BY THE AFFIDAVIT or lor.uouDca*bqppallte aritcf (.'5sl WM .
n
(
; and knocked into the flocking Elver a ,A-rat of the Complainant, ,. 01lW,
* distance of sixty feet, and Instantly April she was taken down with Mea- Ayer's SarsaparillaA Gauticr, of Crescent hat the defendant the First Nadoaal hank, of *S pep not 9iACBXRXAK p.ijmse 70 '
jock Uren&.,is a nosvresiden of the State
ktiat+L ales, followed .with'a. dreadful cough City was in the city Tuesday. of Florida,and t rat Its age: unknown: A STXlTAftT,Dm 3
and into a fever. Doctors at cure : It is therefore ordered the defendant,
BorgUr Make a Hs4.TEXAJtXAaA turning he First >attonal Bank *f Lock Harm, Pa,
home and at Detroit treated her, but in Is sure to follow do plead,answer of demur to the EfU of Coni- ---- --
Art June Id--U.h.:
vain; she grew worse rapidly, until VIGOR OF MEN plaint filed herein on nr before the SIXTH DAY
no*,a,mrJIlt&tiou eight milts east of she was a mere "handful ot bones." the persistent lit JU>E. A. D. 18W; otherwi e a decree, pro 7. tJct A adrs e; ..
win be entered U h-
eoatHM against '
here oa the Cotton Belt Bathed bet Then she tried Dr. .King's New Discover use of this "Casily......_Quickly__, Permanently..__ n.MntJ'Restore and aQ I> It H further ordered that this notice be pub'fishede )_(' :J. 1.. ....1_...
cttr entered the ofilce of the DoolriwLumber and after the use of two and a the tnua of evils teas arty enon later ezcecmsUM i a week for fimr ootu>a t vtlrewcek.Is d..el y. .* 1 W
,
medlcino.Has wane of OTWork.BtcasM..werryete. rail the Palatka Weekly Time, a newspaper pub. T. *. =: -**.**.*. ,
Company opened the safe-and half bottles, was completely cured. Krongta. tfetsiop ie* aDd lose ittren to every lobed in said Conaty and CirwUt. _A .ii._t at I....."'W...-*. --,.V
carried away $12 OO worth of>cats end They Dr. Xln 's New DiscoveryIS Maa sad porttoa of tiM DcAf. Htmple,, ......nIJDe&boda. Don this May 4tn.A.IK IRK. 1_WoM a_......... ......,.
say eraY.ti
ottsh. Cured Otherswill l.im.ill i. latyroTeineO sees FauuoimptaetbIs )'JU1'K WKIOHT.Ork. s.d p..rw.0 .es at.dt :.y
about $100.b.t worth its gold vet Book. iplaaaUoosprr .w.a we ee..a.
weight in yon may TAW rtrBoM. (t4 B1.D. M. KIRBY. D.C. AHEkTS TREATE 7t SAIL CONFll
get a trial bottle free at Lowry & cure you._ aD4 aRIa..sa..aa ME01CAL(sealed CO.)trees. 0UFFALO.-N.A4rM Y. J. E.It&SKEix. Complainant's SGlidt.oc' liral.ii a,e..r.y ..4i *"*-pifc
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Jt80N."FLA.1uue- '). ;f-rr S.Ede 1 "Cerrespoedenc.. *falatka Times. ? \ ",' Tfw.trt.kll.-. ........ Ml..,.. Ca.. ..

IDee. ._" "sIn .I... -, c rEscENT Cmv,FLA.,June 19. Y.-We at T.w.r.Sr. .

T rt of the proceedings ofT Mr. M. H. Read U expected back PAUL, Jon ..-A special f rTowar

the tic County Convention from the North nex,,week. says: The opinion is gene

held U ka on the '2iih nit., your, Mr.Btseelt of life Insurance fame, here that it will require strong' 'mares

reportw" Committed a grave error was to the city Iasi'week:- and perhaps bloodshed in order

la' 'ml* remarks that I mi.de In Dexter Tebbets has named his new restrain strikers from interfering 'W

opposln anick'. Alliance reso- boat the Genett. men who will be put to work at

trtlOD. pace in four columns to Mrs. Jake Burke,"of Palatka, is'visitIng Minnesota, mines. They are a de
i mined set the elem
more disturbing
correct ors so made. : friends in the city.
being Italians who served
a
,
Mr. said that a 'self-eonstI- We learn that Captain Tom Strange many
in prison before coining to this eons
tuted c e of Alliancemen had has taw to himself a,new wlft. Capt.
who
and do not fear anything from ft
prepare allowing resolution, that Tom has many friends here that wish arm up to dynamite.

he wou nt for their action: him and his Better half a long and Their success is compelling the dep

Bes ut the delegates elected prosperous life of blissful happiness. ty sheriffs to leave the mine has add .

to rep 'ntnam County in the Dr. L. L. Kewsome and family have to their fearlessness and reekleisn

State ogressional Democratic I gone to Summer Haven to spend the until some of them, if threats count f<
Convenre hereby instructed to I
anything to think th!
summer. seem they own
rote obption of the Ocala de- earta.

mands platform and support The writer was in West Putnam There were about 100 men in the IN .IIA.\CEBT.

only ctl for Governor Conjressniilher last week. We did not know until we strike, according te deputy sheriffs. Charles mad.Jr., Complains
State offices those visited that section that Putnam Conn They surrounded the deputies, many of
who am to be in hearty syin- whom had never smelled powder, and Fanny L. Francis, j Defendan
had such
pathy platform of principles.As ty good farming land. We the sheriff saw that his men were weakening BILL FOR DIVOaCE.

1 nick and Thos. Hind saw as fine com and vegetables in and came to the conclusion that TO FAnrr L. FaAJTCU

tip committee in drafting West Putnam as any one wants to discretion was the better part of valor. It appearing by the affld.Tlt of the Compant
were We saw the farms of.Mr. Seth State troop will be ordered to the minesif fifed U the store came,that row.Fan
them< Alliance Yardstick" grow. matters remain M they are at present Francis, U a resident of Putnam County.
Hollaway Mr. Mallet, John P. Wall much longer. da, but bare been absent therefrom for
that fi; our last_campaign in taut six months prior to the Win*of the(
Putnan I decided Tom lima. Mr. Wadkins and many others. All! r. __. .>.. v.. .ii.__ olainanfs MIL. and are UU absent from
----- --r--- State; and farther that you are over Uu
was 01 : sclf-coB.tituied com- bare fine crops, and no better or clever PrrrsBCfeo, June IS.-There was a of twenty-on.years;
Now, therefore this Is to command
mittee.Bro te by Marvick.tlpb people ever lived than the good peopleof meeting of 3.000 amalgamated iron appear and plead,answer or demur to the (
West Putnam. The latch is plainanfs Bill of Complaint In said caune.o .
President of our ,string, workers nt Hemstei to consider the or before the TiRe XOMUAY IN J
ConntJ*, was present and as always on the outside of the door. Anyone proposition offered by Mr. _Carnegie, crt;or In default thereof a decree pro con
which into effect the 24th in will be entered against TOO.
wanting farm in Florida will do goes on -
he Is till representative of the It U further ordered that a eopy of this o
stant. .
well to buy a farm in that section of be fmbllahed the Palatka Weekly Tim.weekly
had In the Th in Falatka,Floi
Couatj i no part feeling was pronounced against newspapr published
the county. inking the Carnegie scale, and a big once a week for four consecutive weeks.WltneM .
the resolution but hadbees
presen hand and the seal .f said C
my
J We hear of the names of Mr. F..N.; .trik* will probably be inaugurated on this 2d day of Jane,A.D. 192.
3,arenUvt I justly coos Friday.. it announced If scale
u that the (.a.LI )RA IC.WJUGHT.

:duct olllarvick,as' not au- \WalV ,of Putnam Hall highly refute to treat with the men as members
spoken of .as good men to representold of the association and an attempt will
IN COURT FIFTHDICIAL
thonzc by our President or by .be made to operate the plant with nonunion CIRCUIT ,
Putnam in next .
our Legislature.
CIRCUIT FLOBII
action ianc e. men. ,
I mlay the motion on the They are both good men, and wouldIf PUTNAM COUNTY
elected see that the farmers and THE OTHER BROTHER.
merchants
table. >rt of the motion I
stated o business in this con- I. had good representation on the The Keddlnc Stag Rabber Mortally C H.n.Gilchrist I) AttachmerI Plaintiff.
Board of Railroad Commissioners if *. E. Jackson. ) Defendan
ventio forgot that this was itis Wo..cted by a Uepaty Sheriff.WOODLAXD. .
The defendant F.E. Jackson,and an
the Cjmocralic Convention, r re-established which we learn will CaL, June 23.-John D. intensted are hereby reqn fired to appear per
be. We would like to see the people Burgles, who. with his younger brother, plead to the declaration filed in this cause t f
and notity Alliance. be filed therein), on or before the FIRST 11
hnstle ground and get these good wen Charles, robbed the Redding stage and DAY or SEtTJEMBER. 1892; and they
I me out of order unless
hereby notified of the Institution of this sul
the Cdnce had first acted on to come, ut In good shape before the killed Express Messenger Montgomery, attachment,and that the property of said
was captured in Woodland after a des fondant has been attached to satisfy the cl
comin&Democratic primaries.Miss
the r tad then have sent of the plaintiff in this cause
.. Harp has arrived at home perate fight, in which Bnggles was C. H. GtLCHRIST.
them ttee to instruct our GILLIS Jt GILLIS, Plaintiff's
Vr;m.school in Macon, Ga. mortally wounded. Charles Ruggles June X 1892. Attol'Dek.an
conn wounded and after
was captured soon
Mr. Joseph Harp after living on
I a formed that the reso- the robbery, and officer have been Notice to. Debtors and Creditors.
Indian Hirer for two has re-
IUtiOD n by Thomas Hind; years I hunting for John ever since. They received -
turned his home UNDERSIGNED HAYING BI
to in Grovesdale.
that h I to President Ralph I information that he would be at THE appointed and qualified as the Xx

for hi "e, which on reading Drummers and candidates are very the house of his uncle, Thomas Dexter, tor of the, deceased last will,notice and testament is hereby of rlrei JsRooraberg

Dro. etmsly handed back thick in this section now. It is hard to near Woodland, and Deputy Sheriff creditors to present their claims against
tell which does the most talking-th Day Wrcoff was sent to Dexter's house estate to me within the time prescribed try 1
to Mr the remark that it to watch for Kujrglea but the latter did or they will be barred; and all persona ladel
drummer to sell goods or the candidate to said estate will make payment to Me.R. .
was svgs y the County Alli- not appear, and the officer went away. j; BROAD,
t our friend .Mar- to get votes. % Soon after Bnggles arrived and word Execute
ance.
was Mat to the sheriff but the robber WKLA KA,Fuu May 13th, 1883. ny IS-

ylck to em. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if you again escaped. He was traced to Wood-
In m emarks I said "that land, and was found in a restaurant
blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite
Hind wiat resolution. eating supper.Sheriff L. J. LIPSEY.
is capricious and uncertain, you Wycoff entered the restaarant.
IIad 1 ee been appointed need a Sarsaparilla. For beet result the other officers remaining oatside.

by Pre ph or the County take De I. P. F. Peek. Wycoff sat at a table faring Boggles, Fruits and Confectioi
Allianc have treated the and ordered a meal. Bnnrte, who
INFORMATION WANTED. uaed to go to achool with Wycoff. recognized
resoluti ommittee with the the officer and palling th. bill

respect 1 have merited as Editor Falatka Times. of far in front of his face, reached for TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
HTThe Fruits kept by me are the Finest
would cratlc Convention. In the published proceedings of the his revolver. Wycoff had the drop on Freshest to be had. Extra can is exercised
him however,and ordered him to throw the purchase of all Goods,and a share of j
The'reauld have been re- Board of County Commissioners In up his hand Buggies did not obey, pationaffe respectfully solicited.

ceived elegates to Tampa your last issue appears this item, that I and pulled his pistol. Before h. couldtue Lemon and Second Streets,Fs.arxA.FXAoc93m _

wou nlUuct.ed to place think needs a little more light turnedon it Wycoff shot him through the left .
side of the neck. Th other officers
them i of the Committeeon to it: "A petition, signed by B. rushed in and a desperate fight ensued THE OSCEOLA

Pla ting the adoptionof P. Calhoun Wm. Thompson Irving before Buggies was overpowered. He

as t therefrom. they Gillis and other lawyers asking that was brought to jail and fainted from
low of blood Doctors he cannot
I could r nd justly incorporate the County Judge be authorized to recover.* When told he say WM going to Is A Fiosf-CLASS FAMILY .HOTEL, s

ou cala Alliance plat make a double index of marriage die Boggles gave the sheriff a written UATED immediately in the heart of the city

form. licenses." (Action postponed until confession.Ylrrtnla's. Special. rates t
It mu ered that RiDd' next meeting.) Delayed )!..&.. faction IB every jwrticulaz guaranteed.

.yardt rejected hv the The natural inference., Mr. Editor, is NEW YORK Jane 23.-A London special BIT- R. L. WALL
County 0 the Democratic that something is needed to be done t\ The Poet says : "Complaints are

Conven am informed was for which the general law relating to made of the delay in the distribution of

pin of Ucan platform on the duties of the County Judge does the new Virginia bonds, and it is asserted

whist and that there has been a quarrel among MexicanMusing
1 eDaLor. not provide a special act is required "
the Olcott committee. In regard to
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Here fJ-- UepuLlican of the County Commissioners, the above it was said in this city by

Ins nTtnhon working in order that it may be done and reasonable George Ellis, secretary of the Oloott
committee that the delay in the distribution -
throuh.entirely unau- compensation be given to the
i of the new Virginia bonds was
tbonzed nee! officer. No criticism is intended for due to the fact that they were not all .

t leaf expressed great: the purpose of forestalling the action engraved. The old ones -were being

ulifact te, and stated that I of the Commissioners. If it is needed sent out, it is said, just as fast as they
could be verified. There were $23.000-
it took wanted. lie in.. they will order it done. But there Is a 000 to be sent out and not more thnn

tended as a bomb In our dangerous tendency in the management half a million could be forwarded daily. I
It was emphatically denied that there ,
of our affairs that If not
camp. order as we were county
was any quarrel among the Olcott com-
not call ion to frame platforms checked will lead -to profligacy in expenditures mittee. Mr. Schley,of Moore& Schley.

I delegates to two that must increase the burden mad. the same statement Linimen

coonnti elOluboD was the of taxation. All such expenses are A Fatal Cloud Vmni.

adoption I charged up to the "suspense account," MONTREAL, Jane 23.-A heavy cloud
There at fitness In the I which has already attracted some at- section
order of Jut we must give bunt passed over this of the

it up tn class a politicalparson. tntin. Let the County Legislaturego Grand Trunk railway, near Hillhurit, for

ereoelf as a ne- slow. S CmZJ.'If. east of Montreal, and caused a bad
publi man aDd a wurkerin waehont. damaging the line to the extent
aDe 'Intion. Se1ah LEMON ELIXIR.A of eighty feet A local passenger
I bea the Democratic Pleasant Limon Drink. train ran into the...bout. The engine
platform he salient points For biliousness and constipation take and the express, baggage, second dais
of the 0 Lemon Elixir. and postoffiee cars went down carrying MANand
hands with them. The
all first class
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The y onnntion meant For Indigestion and foul stomach,
car remained suspended over the washout -
Thomas IUnd. take Lemon Elixir. i
limply a GV. and the passengers in this car were .
So mote i ctru11y, For sick and\ nervous headaches, not injure I

I'ATTEILs0N.Candi take Lemon Elixir. Th engineer fireman and express

For sleeplessness and nervousness meaaeager, and a passenger were killed,
se lend In their take Lemon Elixir. and the mail clerk, one passenger two
cards taxi k. Let the cash For loss of appetite and debility take section hands and two brakemen were
v,;.;.
Le .
ncement. men wooaaeo.CBBSTO
accompan
:For fevers, chills and malaria, take _
Just rccot of Canned andEnpoz&id Lemon Elixir. A Leper a Spree. BEASItO

Vegetables-- Dr. Mozle,'..Lemon Elixir will cot : Pa., Jan 23.-John Anderaom

praia- fail you in any of the above named diseases a leper, who has been confined, in

all of which .rlsefiom, a torpidor the eoaaty horn at Lima, slipped away

diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or Saturday night aa4 earn to this city,
wtber bowels wber be eoooontend a number of coa- !
How grsdmothet'sattic Prepared only by Dr. K. Mozler, Mental companion and became drank.

10 trmedical roots and Atlanta, Ga. 60c. and $LOO per bottle, When his identity became hnnaAn..
how rteious at druggists. derson WM given the right of way. H.
herb.L-
", __ threatened to fake possession of the Yews
th., .et d yet, one.bottle LEMON HOT DROPS city, and when.John P. McCarty Forty
of AIel', "'hald o.JDore Cures aU Cough* Colds, Hoarseness muscular blacksmith attempted to take
is collections of Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pnuemonia, hold of the leper, he bit him severely on
Jha
good Hemorrhage and all throat and lung the hand. H* slept in an open lot all
arba.It diseases. night was arrested on Sunday and taken THESTANDARD
DEIIItGANiZ1xO. An elegant and reliable preparotion. back to Lima.

25 cents at druggists. Prepared
only .
"..... Persons Piewaed.DETROIT. .
ocraUe Club of by Dr. H Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
Puts jaS-tuthAsu June 23.-At 5:30 o'clock in
District I'o n atnrday. the I
the afternoon the schooner yaobt Caprice -

nth, and C 1 electing W. J. During the year ending December of this city, with a party of twen- ,

GreeD p J. E. Lane lee- 31, 1890, there were carried out of the y-thre people on board capsized in
retarT committees St. Johns nver 191,570 boxes of fruit, Lab St. Qaiz. All on board were
to make a hot I doubtless mostly oranges. At ten centsa brown into the water and three persons For SaleBY
appoiDted.lf1d box this would make $19,457 which were drowned. The party was
fight for and a recJuc- the growers think the Clyde Line over- composed of ten gentlemen and thirteen

bon in the' Uc a1falra. charged for that length of time. ladies, members ef the Caprice Boat
invited to meet When Dnval County deepens the river club of this city, who were returning AU
All caD-- tIme. and (;()(),OOO boxes a year are carried on from a picnic on. one of the bland iv.
with ual 3feetina the Bakes
jt, doubtless the Steamship Companywill -
on the seco Saturdays, f voluntarily make a reduction. DRUGGISTSS
J. P. W.u.r. Florida Farmer and Fruit-Grower. .
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HOME' with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Carey

whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.
medicine that J
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dose that performs the cure itic Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer 1 rial ion

I the best.smallest De Witt's pills Little, will Early perform Risen the hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trejiat

ire and o are the best. P. F. Peek. have been tested throughout the State. _

KLECTKIC BITTEIW.
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own and so popular as to need no
Little Bros' Fertilizer and \
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ectric Bitters sing the same song of:
[raise. A purer medicine does not ext JACKSONVILLE, FLO; :
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do all that
and it is guaranteed to
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure
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,,11 diseases of the Liver and Kidneys., HOW SHE REFUSED HIM. rrcr..G-aDLa.N'S: TCOlldillOllPodOFs

iill remove Pimples .Boils, Salt TWM at a ball they met on night; ,
lenm and other affections caused by She seemed as sweetly fair
Inpure bloo Will drive Malaria from As poet's wildest fondest dream
lie system and prevent as well as cure Her lovely eon kissed hair
111 malarial fevers. For cure of Head. Culed Her tweet artlessly blue hi eye dainty above.ware & SaItSi [RJJ

che, Constipation and Indigestion, try And while be cued in eetasy
lectric Bitten. Entire satisfaction The band played
uaranteed, or money refunded. Price "Woman' Lore
> cents and SI per bottle at !.Awry &
[lulse's, druggists.The And when he ventured to request FOR I"'R CATTLE AND POULTRY. K
The favor of a dance, : 1 1Sa11
great and growing demand for She acq ieeed M>charmingly.With _
each a well pleased glance
|nblic railroads 01 Iginated with the des His heart beat faster than before
pised farmer. No longer did he mope;
And while he"autographed"her card ; SlOlSL. )
In fact all the proposed and live The band played Waif

sues of the politics of to-day were and Hope. .5- TlL011)1A coxm'J /.

I hied into the arena by that grane and And then,when in the mazy waits tbe in tbe wily booth Remedy known tbat among will curetN the lt
class lie form 110 foil of grace Hick." Tile rMoesse is ant
latrriotic, though much abused, Be pressed and watched the blushes comeAnd i refuting to eat,and
If citizens who raise the food and cloth- go upon her face t,-' green fraM. It soon t>ecou DdUm'JbaI :
the coat amnmes a roojch ap$
Be felt a*though he'd like to make
Ing of the world and are robbed and the animal actually starvespettier .
The maiden his for are and aniiu'a.po-
laughed at by those who benefit from "But how7w he pondered,and the band this Medicine; to baa give no an ninaW Tit
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Flared "Lore tboniand dollir i
I heir lator. A change is coming.e = offer one
"Will Find
of CoulitJ"f Jlaay
Coming Crisis. the War-" oasolicited&l"wwdel I .,

Happy Booster The dance being over they tat down bU medicine a*he can turnua. ... I
Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida. To hare a little chat Don't bore that cow's horns but cure her with ODe,:; ,(. .u'.. .
And every topic they discussed -. ,
[tile, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitten She seemed to hare down "pat. Condition Powders.
I one more for one than all other medijines His brain Jut whirled with delight.So Price 25c. per Package. By mail SSe.'f
charming did the seem
combined, for that bad feeling And while ho at enraptured thrilled. .
[rising from Kidney and Liver trou- The band played -Lore't W. G. TILCHM

fie." John Leslie, farmer and stock Toting Dream."
nan, of same place,says: ''Find Elec- Sol Proprietor and ManufaeturFla.
ric Bitten to b% the best Kidney and The Of time how the flew hours br.he went.took no note rHe Guarantees,with hi.Book on Influencing the Sex TOO will be able ttock I
aver medicine, made me feel like a Be only felt a tense of Joy come the sex desi red. No cost unless you do. Write for teatlmonials and price
lew man." J. W. Gardner, hardware Of peace and great content;
erchant, same town, say: Electric Be then and there made up hit mind 't'netiori
TboreeRll T'-
[Jitters is lust the thirr for a man who To make her hit forever. sisted to ye.t t .+l gtee ti
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And while she smiled her sweetest mileThe
Is all run down and don't care whethere band played
e lives or dies; he found new strength, -Now
ood.appetite and felt just like he had or Never.

new lease on life. Only 50c a bottle, They strolled together arm la arm.
U LOWIY & Hulce's Drug Store.New Far from the ballroom'glare.
And found corner in the coot

Mid Conservatory flowering plants where and rustling leaves
Store!
His form with fear vibrating A SHINING BIG
Be told her bow he loved her.and
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SofUr-
-Waiting."

FURNITUREOF Be said,"-Oh will you be my own .
Dear loving little wife I
And shall we drift,dear hand in hand. --....; .
ALL DESCRIPTIONS for salet ,.*
Adown the stream of 111.
She smiled again the same tweet smile,
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES at At all language flowery. I
Then said, "I'll be-a titter"-and U
TUe band played II
Carpenter'sNEW -Annie Lmrfe. I

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STORE, Lemon.Street. secondoor .
Proved an Alibi. .l' t
from Falk's Dry Goods Store. and the t -I
It was a case of chicken stealing
Call and see for yourself. .prints of bare feet were focnd in the sand ... Da I I
around the henhouse. The lawyer for the
GOODS DEUVERKD FREE TO AST prosecution was one who If he bad been
Napoleon Bonaparte never would have ;
ART OF THE CITY. ap54 crossed the Alp; he would sin.pl have I
-- \ pulled them up bj the roots and thrown "
them overlie fence. The prisoner was an
unknown tramp and lame at that
For Boils, Pimples -You say you don't know anything about .
this thief' queried the lawyer fiercely.That's .
carbuncles, what.llwore to sir."replird the I
tramp meekly .
scrofulous sores, -Y- wv* fj the back yard of Slamtlpp's ..
eczema, and all other notice about supper tune?" J
Tea, sir." --
blood diseases, "You know the location of the henhouse crew

take ?" Over the dark business seas is that cast in every direction by f DS'
"Yes,sir."
"You were seen on the road in front of We pnde ourselves on a reputation so far reaching and BO honorA

[Ayer'sSarsaparillaIt the"I house was there some sir.time" after dark?" WARNING LIGHT to keep you off the locks of misrepr Do

will "You were in the yard after dark not let unscrupulous dealen deceive you. ,
and after also,sir,"replied
"Yes sir, supper ,
relieve and cure the prisoner with a. wan smile at his This is too LIGHTHOUSE to direct you to the PLACE FOFS

dyspepsia, nervous innocent little Joke in such a place.:
"And you were seen by the cook sitting .
debility, and that on the doorstep with your shoe off?" HC. "vr. Rr..IOn:1
tired Yes sir there was a pebble In it that
feeling. was too big to get out of the hole it got '
Has Cured in at." LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Corrner Lemon aJle eta
Otherswill
"Now sir, I purpose to prove that yon ,
cure you. made those tracks with your bare feet PALATKA. FLA.
while you were stealing the chickens of the
plaintiff."
-You cant do it, sir,"said the prisoner
mildly but firmly.
"And why not pray'" asked the prosecutor -
,with fine sarcasm YEARS YARIiIICcfa'L EXilLs
Because,sir, I've got one wooden leg I :
sir,"and be gave a kick that sent it clean '
across the courtroom and almost knocked tb.IIs.of OURL hrf tfT1IO*
s constable senseless.-Detroit Free Press.A w Alon own and Coat

vs. for all ord riFit
Dear Little Trevt.
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THEBEST Harlem sportstoen were amused at an
exhibit in the window of Clarke's rwtaa. '
rant Monday. It was a poor little baby Neo'a
trout about four inches long,tenderly laid :
of ice1 card above it told
LIVERMEDICINE out on a block .

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CHILLCURErar It was the frozen truth. Carriage hire oar s .
xisiciXE KHOWJICONSUMLRINa hotel. eta, footed up just that amount,
QUALIfY AND SIZE Of DOSE.zT and the shriveled little victim on the ice .

BILIOUSNESS AJTD WTI O &A.SO DY ctn.UC"'t:OSIA, was money.all that the But fisherman he wasn't had alone to show in ford his +. :L HOPE YO AXO c

jrief Many another trout fisherman
tt..rl; who glanced in at the window felt like Don brood ores .oar ooadltlan.of ,
Thomrand. the Wont Ours hav triceg _
'r "ctU. !wi:sw'ims' -. whistling: TR TIfE T.west herb OW ( ;
I.K3 .... ,.. Oh..'....been there many a time. saseaiod,past sd.fRE ,bab rims. .l11TJl
to.,=''w..r:t.=.-. -iv' IFsa..bs ,. .. .,. ....-......- Bemember.DOeIMihM flfte methods apv' '''''''aDd_"
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Il Mtr' adopted. *"* >' *jXr. can party <* today whkh we turn away E'2IIE1 PALATKA TIMES.: [NOTE, The following lectt

!D1Y"rsvitizaiton ? Fordyce next read the'report of As from a political in sorrow.standi necessity aa a it sectional is dictatorial party.: WARS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN. OF THE prepared with the intention nf t?.

the committee on permanent organization. orerbearing. autocratic. 1 ing it before the Cot'oAlii t.iu .

H**. Clark rust., Jr. FARJIERS' ALLIANCE ..ANDJX1JUSTRI.L regular meeting at Palatka, I
Win. L. Wilson. of West Virginia 21st, but owing to a severe IUD<
WM named aa permanent eeainnan. Georgia's representative on tbe national Crespo's T 'terani Route the UXION FOR PUT4J the Lecturer he was prevented I

;'Ef- The report of the committee on permanent Democratic executive committee COUXIT, being present, and at ,the rest

e Corentlo*. On aotioa organization of l>Dickinson wai adopted.of Michigan, is Hon. dark Howell Jr., manaJt1.nBOwa.L Government) Troops. friends it is now given to the pal)

a committee of five was appointed to This Ikpartment is conducted by; '

notify Wilson and the others of their The Victorious Rebels Slaughter LEWIS MORRIS County Lecturer, whois Our Government seems to have

**eo, rginia, Assumed election. the alone responsible for Its utterances. gotten Its obligations to the people

the His Speech. Wi.... I* lBtalI4. ) Fleeing Enemy. whole, in its devotion to the few. Pj

J Wilson took the platform at 12:25 p. / "Men are ag never'likely to settle a ucians instead of statesmen have tai

IlL, being escorted by Dickinson and The Terms Offered to Palacio if B.
+ joesuoo rightly as when they discuss all ?
t to o Se a Fight Made Flower. possession of its departments, a
Would it freely."-Jlacaukv,
Ore? t >nd Place on they Temporary Chairman Owens presented Resign Were Accepted for the last thirty years at least oo

nc WID Be the Permanent Chairman Wilson to the -Serman Troops Suffering DIRECTORY THE ORDER. laws in the main have been enacted
convention.Mr. .
:
In Africa. and administered almost in the
Candidate.At Wilson wholly
was greeted warmly. He .
thanked the convention for the honor. BAXCELOiUt Jnne 23.-There has been STATE OBOAXIZATIOK..Frealdent. interest of a very small minority; not
At 10 o'clock tbe
.
....-A,
beffnf a waltz in tbe "Much as we owe to our party" said teriffic fighting all along the line a few Tic I"neideot..D. W.F.BaekinAnthony Adam. Tangerine fto.FU. only to the neglect but directly to the
bald "
he "we owe more to
oar country. leagues 'Creepo's Secretary..1. A.Muoro.FeMacal ,tte..
geed hal legates began slowly (Cheers. west of Caracas between Treaanrer... ...._'..C.8. Y oa.a,;, Orleans, FULect injury of the masses.
M Io wcm Mr. Wilson's address abounded with veterans and the government troops. rtr..A. W. Weeks,Cblpley,Fin' The people of this country-that is

Sinn meat yesterday, points that pleased the convention. A Palacio's soldiers were defeated at all i iPO..X to say, more than three-fourths of
severe arraingement of the Republican points and utterly routed. The victor!.
COt"nT oaGAJllZ-'n01 I
them-are under
and varied to-day living worse
there y moves party was for a time hU theme. He said
made de of the Cleveland the Republican party was'the party of one rebels put up a hot pursuit of their T. W. Ralph president, Holbater; )I,*. A. political and financial conditions than
defeated foe to within two leagues of Townsend vice president, HnatingtoB 0. U.
section and ciaas and ;
a a not of the
into those of the Colonies
developed people during
boom, t ow an Whitoomb. aecretary-treuarer, Morose; LnrHMorrU eves were
or of the country as a whole. A ref. the capital. showed no bu
They ,
mercy lecturer,Palatka O.W.Rile,chapU
is >
which the rule of IIL and those of
ooeae rolling erence to tariff reform by Mr. Wilson hi slaughtered all of the whom they HcMeeklB! J. Wi L. Caanoa. door-keepor, George ,
ways nr the waiting multi elicited applause.He enemy Francis; J. M. Cannon, aaaiataBt door-keepes,' the present time are' determined not to
could overtake. The route of the fleeing Francia John Hancock, aerceant-at-arma,
referred to Ma jor McKinley'i statement Boctwick. submit to a tyranny more unjust and
at Minneapolis that the Democrats government forces was marked by scores
poi efforts have failed CLAJLX
UBORDINAT1! LODGES. less endurable than that
attempted
wanted to raise the money from the editor of The Atlanta Constitution. of dead dying and wounded soldiers.
aed n g w prevent his nomi home people instead from TALATKA. our forefathers by that sovereign.No .
a protective Mr. Howell" a young man who has : The prisoners captured by the revolntionisU upon
patio tariff on foreign good already made a bright record both in in this battle amounted to 800 C. I. Rowton rrvaideBt: Joseph Met, Bee- government amongst men was
W of the last to ad.riew H. said the Democratic party pleaded journalistic and political fields Be is rctary.
When final for tbe rebels ever formulated, and in its youth administered
mit ty to prevent the guilty to the charge. The American managing editor of The Atlanta Constitution a victory SAX HATEO.

t + of the fact people were able and willing to support ha vine been selected to that position was certain. Crespo guaranteed the dic 8. J. Well, president; O. R. Thacktr, 8c4>. by wiser and more! virtuous -
nom dill their government, and that this was not upon tbe death of the late Henry tator's personal safety if he would resign ratary. rBOSTWICK. men than that of tbe United
lba Serially with Mr. a private' country. He said that reciprocity I .
W. .Mr HowelTs
Grady. managementof office and release political opponentsand ..? States. It is not of the governmentwe
Cend, ed to allow his was to be the battle cry of the TIM Constitution baa placed him into N.C.Crews, president Bo*t wick; J. T. BAB-
jareeto b S 1 the national exec- Republicans in this campaign front rank of southern journalism.He recall congress. Palaeio accepted cock secretary,Boatwlck.raAvcia.. complain but of the venal ocn

ttitOommAsths Be denounced the McKinley reciproc was speaker' of the Georgia house of these terms and departed. who for many yean have administered ..-,.,

d ity bill &4 "one*of the greatest absurdities representatives during the last two sessions ---- Z.W.Smith pre ld ntjrraneU; J. M. Canon it. Under the guise of Democracy '\ -
gun to assemble, of the age and Wilson appealedfor of that body. F.r..r Rep.rts Cesar.od.Zurzss.a ,secretary, I'ranell.n11l'rUJl'D.. I ,

retell we port entering the harmony in the convention, no matter His selection to represent his state June 23.-Further advices 'Plutocracy rules in to->. Whenever a

hall. The a ivernor Flower who should be its choice as a candidate upon the committee is a recognitionof the Tboa. Hind president, Geortetowa; K. W. 'hundred thousand dollars will elect a.
from interior of Africa have reached
to lead them. which Hawkins secretary,Georcttcwn.;
Mr. Howell well be
\ ") presiding officer it would may here the contained in President, and a half million wUlhnbe
.your proud in view of the fact that the confirming report OLUSTBB. '
be unbecoming in me to express an choice was made from among a numberof these dispatches of the disaster that has O. W. Mote, president,Hollitterj S. F. Baxter. both Houses of Congress to

opinion concerning the candidate. ButI Georgia's most trusted and compe- I befallen the German force. nnder the .secretary, Hollister.Lox. pass an act which, in its ultimate effect -
i ; will My that the man you select will tent pobtiealleadera. I command of Baron Below, in the Moshi .. O .LOfC. transfers billions from the pockets .
receive: no telegrams of congratulation John Harvey, J. ,
Territory, near Mount Kilima. The preside tBannerv1lle; w.
from the foreign castles of our tariff The following are the members of the whole district around Fort Marong to Yille rsecrotary. I of the workers of the nation to the
national committee : Alabama. A. G.
'fc ., lords. Smith Arizona. T. M. Shannon which the Germans were compelled to Y's glair. vaults of the idlers, it is time that the
As Mr. Wilson concluded at 11:48 ; ; Ar retreat and to evacuate H. W. Roop, president, Mcileekin; R. X.deyl ,
,
a. m., the delegates arose en 'masse kansas. M. M. Rose; Delaware, LewisC. bas been deserted subsequently by foreigners. The *,aecrtury HeMeekla.xoaw.Lx.. people-the yeomanry-should begin

and cheered him to echo. His addrcs* Vandegrift; Florida, Senator Samuel English missionaries who were working to move to come purpose; should sup
made a great hit. Pasco; Georgia Clark Howell; Idaho, R. M. Bard, president, Norwalk; G.C.Par-
in the district are safe, and are devoting plement our original Declaration of
It was moved that ex-Governor Frank W. Beane; Illinois Benjamin neater, secretary, Norwalk.
bell of Ohio, be invited to address Camp the Cable; Indiana, S. P. Skeerin; Iowa. J. wounded themselves Germans. t*. the care of the rcrxak Independence by a further announcement -
J. Richardson Kentucky, S.E.Tlmmona, Putnam B.tJ1. C.B.
COG nl ion. Carried. ; probably president. of facts, as at present existing,
LAB, secretary,
Thomas H. Sbnrley; Louisiana, James
i Jeffreys; Maine Arthur Sewell; Massachusetts THE PREACHER MAD. I PIiiZL I suggest the true mode of reform and prepare -

Josiah Quincey. Minnesota. i L. J. Arnold president, Peniel; J. 1". Boyd I to re-establish their lost rights, as
.
n. Algae/a Ca pagee O.erri4 N.- Peniel.
.1 Michael Doran; Missouri, J. G. Prather: secretary did the patriots of T6 and if need be
Mississippi, C. B. Howry; Montana, A tUnU Politic for the Pr...*t.ACOCSTA ciaco. ,
G. Davidson: Nebraska, Tobiu Castor Holmes Erwin, President, Pomona W. T.Rente to the same extent defend Uiem.
; Ga., Jane 23.-The fightingat ,gecreury,Steen
i'coovxaaoa :
Nevada R. M. Clark New There is however that
; ; Hampshire. Register Bottler's office during the wltAU. yet hOpe, ,
Frank Jones; New Jersey, Mile. Romer
; New Mexico, H. H Ferguson; Nw; closing hours of the registration of vo- R.J.,aecrcaary Broad, president,M'eUka., \Velaka A.. A. MuairroTt Justice may be reseated, through the

r York, W. F Sheehan; North Dakota, ten; for the Prohibition election in exercise of constitutional moans alone;

W. E. Leistikow; Ohio, Calvin S. Brice; which Rev. W. W. Wadnworth the mEa.1L MDT. and that the "Flutes" and their lieutenants -
: C. D. Pearson, president ; Geo. Wilkinson,
vI Rhode island, i:). it. Honey souin Carolina .
; -
tbe leader oz me ary party, was struck several r..Secretary. may see it to their interest to
loused There M. L. Donaldson; Tennessee
m. Holmes Cummings; Texas O. T. Holt blows, has been the talc of the city. SATSCXA BIGHTS.K.L. respect the wishes of the .bone and
great ebLk ;
was hu seat .Carded President G.A. G0dfre78ec'lQUCL. !
!nth the Nation Utah William M. Ferry; Vermont, B. Every one regrets the occurrence, and .; sinew of the nation; at least eo' raTachose ,.
the B. Smslley; Virginia, Basil B. Gordon; many citizens particularly Prohibition- ., CITY. wishes accord with the fundamental -
1P4 playing: President Rutherford .
de-ay West Virginia John Sheridan; Wisconsin ,F.T. ; Secretary, Hugh
donrDOf F10 platform E. C. Wahl. iota, are indignant at the attack made Fbtdlay. Poat-office.Creaeent Cltv. principles! of Democratic gov-

tl meet s0m\ upon Mr. W'alswortb; but others think .DTDG1'OJI. I, ernment, and with the requirements of
rw.rdaa
the reverend gentleman made mistaken W. H. Cole J. E
b5* BASE BALL RECORD. president Huntington
a peat i Palmer mixing up iu au excited crowd, and Marshall, secretary, Uontincton.BAXASA. that dictum known as the "Golden

lick or the epC..eot The following are the games playedby that be ,should have expected rough Rule."

the Southern and National Leagues. treatment by going there. O. L. Whitcomb, president, Melrose; )[no The mission of the Alliance is (with
\ .r. Mr. Wac worth is to be Charles Baldwin Melrvne.COMO. .
\A11:21" ....... thought responsible secretary the of kindred labor
:!! ...alle4e rn LAS** to a great extent for the un- help organizations -

\ fII .' wu''I CAxrftiU At ontgomery-Atlant&, 0; Montgomery pleasantness by alluding to the crowd H.J.Grlmpmldentw' G. Sinith, secretary ) to save and redeem this coun

its brib. ofWa1rYi4he The band played "Th.Campbells are 4 who objected to his breaking throush Poat-offlce,Lake*Como.Aaaxa's. try. There is no other apparent power .
'atH. cb Dry doming," and there were load yells for At Mobile-Mobile. :8; Birmingham.3. the; line aa bum The Prohibitionits MH.L.
I Campbell who appeared to ne nnwil- At Memphis-Memphis, 7; Chattanooga think they have gained many votes A. L. Barker president; C.R.Abelnta, secre- now organized, or likely to be organized

Iowa I iog, but finally consented. There was 0. since tbe disturbance but it has effected try Fost-ofce.Locklooca. that is able to do it. Ours is

.tics, beiisl banncr.rebed great cheering as he stepped forward to Kutloaal lor...... but little if any change. The antis are the oldest republic now extant upon

In. Is**! "My the platform. I At Philadelphia-Philadelphia, 9; Baltimore sanguine of winning, and talk of carry- sIt is intended to represent from the face of the earth. There have
land." I Campbell returned thanks for the t 4. lug the county wet by an overwhelming time to time in this department the
compliment in a humorous speech, and At Washington-First Game-Wash majority. been many others in past times, everyone
O\fee report asked the Democrats to \Vadswortb is ont with a card in most advanced sentiments pf the Alliance
bfolitheir eyes ington.; New York, 5. of which, so far as 1 am informed,
committlil on Ohio next Second Game-Washington, 3; New which, The Daily Prohibitionist in as well as to print the most important when
eventually perished- not over
to Wilson "matchless and denounce the of
u magnificent report yes.terday's
York public
was anon mittee of its : transactions; besides -
fracas in this mornings Chronicle thrown by superior powerthroughthe
At Chicago-Chicago, 1 Cincinnati 2.
entlals svly to re- Dick MoD. of Michigan moved that At Brooklyn-Brooklyn.; 8; Bostonr 4. as a "perfect tissue of lies, as its which THE TIMES in generalwill tyranny of plutocratic rule within

until S m o'clock. The moth, carried.A towards myself and its true at Its own borders. To my own recollection
r. BI'Oft moved was vine, 4; Pittsbnrg, ?. cratic principles, as formulated by Jel
titude against religion and the cause of and observation no importantlaw
I Game Louisville 5 Pitts- ,
t a committcjpinted to Fight Over Gray. Second ; and
morality. erson hiscontemporary compeers. ot a financial character and affecting -
ton the and t There will be still a fight over the vice burg L. In conclusion he appeals to the good Sample copies will be mailed to all Alliance the welfare of the people gen

rtain y to r. residency. Michigan will put np Jadge Yeaag Is the U....... I' men of our Roman Catholic citizenship lecturers in the who it is erally has ever been passed by the Congress
BTt. Cftee lone,Illinois has Stevenson,California. who Ire for law and the right." to help county of these United States for the
Congressman Geary. Boles of Iowa in BRUNSWICK Ga., June 23.-Charles I him in his fight to cast out the saloons. hoped.will use their influence and such which

here was Q. a strong possibility although hit supporters Stokes, 12-year-old negro boy, robbed The Chronicle is out with affidavits time as they can spare, to extend the ast forty years, the influence was not of measurably -

U took his Olm be- now refuse to consider his availability the express office and depot and post- from parties who witnessed the fight circulation of the and shaped for its by sole capital
thl.peake Tom L for second place.A watchesand in substantiation of its account of the paper. } aggrandizement.
office at Hoboken. of money For the Jut thirty years all the departments
a. of CJe bat lIr. Die Nec-r* ...UD". registered letters, boarded the train affair. _,_ An explanation is due the Putnam of the general government

,be feCI he con. A meeting waa held at the Democratic for Brunswick jumped off on the until out. LJtrlly Tor is Pieces.MABICTTA. County Alliance for the absence cf its have;been almost wholly under the

headquarters by the colored Democrat skirts night of when the he city was and captured bid out by Officers Ga.. June 23.-Another: Lecturer on the occasion of its regular control of Wall street and its allies,

motionand ,nd Mr.issonri.. from all of the under either through bribery or threat. Someof
C parts country the Goodbread and Randolph. Two railroad killing has occurred here. The meeting held last' Tuesday. lie was
Mr auspices of the national Democratic watches found his you doubtless will hardly give credence -
negro gold were on person. first section of No. 9 being a freight
committee. Many of those prostrated early in the morning of that to the fact that at one time our
appointedMills ) escort present
o train southward bound the Westernand
to tb Mill claimed to be Republicans, but said Work for the Cr_.r.EATCHfTON I Atlantic railroad left on the depot and day by an unusually severe attack ofan best statesmen yielded to the infamous
r. that the treatment of the colored demands of the Plutocrats under the
race Ga. June 23.-Two old stomach and bowel trouble ,
its
negroes was increasing speed at the crossing ,
taken sick, taken by President Harrison did not meet threat of indirectly destroying the na
Lop Lawrence and John Lewis I of the Powd..rSpring.treetwureached. which always comes without warning.
their views of
eta cam justice. A named Hackett tion in case their demands were re
said desired henceforth on the plantation of Jeff Ingram this negro boy Godfrey Ills[ at not bein able to attendto
ere were t for Palchigan- They they to waa standing at the crossing and triedto chagrin fused. I allude particularly to those

and D. enter the Democratic fold. W. O. county, became engaged in a quarrel catch to the steps of the side of the his duties to the Order on the occa Congressional acts very fitly styled by

ed that Seas invited Scott of Illinois, was made chairman. over some trivial matter and it ended I cars He missed catching as he intended lion referrea to cannot easily be conveyed Mrs. Emery: "The Seven Financial
Among tbe prominent colored men by Lawrence shooting Lewis through and and was thrown violently under the Conspiracies." Every '
resent were Dr. J. E. W. Thoms him The to one who has not experienced study
the head killing instantly. train and car after car ran over him. any izen should not only read but
I eon, minister to Hayti under Pr-;;. coroner has gone to tbe'acene of the He was literally torn to pieces and the a similar disappointment.From this little pamphlet With'n the limits
dent Cleveland C, 1L J. Taylor
; killing. flesh scattered in direction.
every of its few small pages more knowledge
ex-minister to Liberia; Henry F.
I ( the Orlando Record
Downing ex-minister to St. Paul de valuable to the voter, is condensed -
i Lo- DAILY MARKET KEPOKTS.Jane Saleldo After Big Spro "While true Democrat must
ands; S. L. Marsh, alternate at large every than is spread-through the entire
r from Iowa; Professor F. M. Alexander ACOCSTA, Ga., June 23.-John Bee- rejoice at the downfall of the Duval volumes of both Grant's and Da-

L last president of the negro Democratic lteroe.S.1TAn.1" land who worked in the Enterprise factory COunty ring of- bosses, commonly I vis' histories of our civil war. Get the
SJoan dubs of Missouri F. C. Lawson coloredrepresentatin'of Jane Turpentine firm at committed suicide by blowing his known' as the 'T.-U. gang,' it is well to I book and read it: every word of it is

TammanyHalt, O. W. ftQSK; rosin firm at $U*. brains out at his home on Cottage street.Beeland's remember that the whole credit of the I true; it costs ten cents. I also recommend
Lamar and J. Allen Rose Kentucky; WiLMiworoir' Jane Tupentine arm at victory 1S due to Col. C. E. Merrill, every one to study the uSt.
W. G. Scott Illinois; W. H. Johnson 27; rata Arm; strained 85; good trained I wife and five children also editor of the Florida Standard." Louis Address and Platform side by side

New York; James A. Ron Iowa; R. A. Me; tar steady aJ $1-33; crude tarpentln I work in the factory. Last Saturday he While*all true Democrats would rejoice with the Ocala Demands., The St-
Jones, Iowa; O H. Samuels. Chicago atedn hard lUX* yellow dip $1.651 virgin I drew hit family's pay from the mill and
secretary of tbe Afr American Democrats ILS5. went off to buy the week's supplies,but at the downfall of every political Louis Address is a second Declarationof
I instead be got on a big drunk and spent Independence, and like it, is im
of Illinois without the Record
; J. W. Brown,president Predaes rod Prial. nng, exception,
mortal. Both the Declaration and Address
all the He did not return home
of the clnb; W. A. Williams and G. H. raw YOUK.JaM fl-Pork qUIet and steady I until daybreak money. when he slipped into .should not wholly ignore the fact that will live in the hearts of the

Hammond others Springfield i& m. .About fifty --.nM tlT% II"rr $1LOU prim clear extra the wood house and shot himself throughthe the Herculean efforts of Col. Merrill heavenly host after this old earth shall
were attendance. Before a SlLOd. Middlea: ca1 iet ht firm; snort j
permanent organization was effected STJOI2T.O. Lard weaker aDd dull; WN U right temple. Beeland has tried to would have finally failed, had they have completed its cycle and returnedto

addresses. on the tariff and President era steam CRVi; city steam 5.t opUona. Jolt kill himself three times before. not been supplemented at Tampa bythe chaos.. A truth once!- uttered never
.Barri oD'. ill treatment of the colored S.I3 Sept C.n.CloeAOO. dies, nor does tce-ase to reverberate
people waa made by Johnson Turner, .Jaw:.-cuh ca*oUti wr as Am Eara..4'e Crime.WHJOSBARKJC sterling integrity of'the Alliance throughout the arches of Heaven to

ROM. and Taylor. Johnson in part spokeas toUowc Me pork alo.I5 laA'K Lard U10Shonribea ,. Pa., Jane 23.-Geo. delegates. It is an open secret that all eternity.I .

hdreu the coeiv follows boxed USOSJ- i. Short clear DrJuJ&abcMi1dft'l sides Fisher of Ashley found his wife and a the paramount object; of that crganiza- see, as in a prophetic vision, the

Xr Jackson.. oaag the We ate here today because we believe boxed $4.12> 3 6.ni.Crxcauui man named John Washington in his tion is to secure! the "downfall," the moneychangers drove from the temples
sop Republican party baa outlived Ha .sefulaeBa from the halls of the
::.-Pvrk stMdr new10.St. at 1 o'clock in the morning under legislative
ted to invite Ur at least so far aa it relates to the June room I overthrow of every species of political
erstwhile the of Liberty
to negro, and that it is our duty to east about Lard steady; current Bake. &3CL Bulk peculiar circumstance Before WashIngton country, Temple
_ k.ere chef tar safer and more sure anchorage. We meats ateadr: abort rfbs IS7H. Bacon steady had a chance to escape Fisher trickery and legislative injustice, as a now the arena where mentally

The believe that Grover Cleveland when pres abort clear &XXL shot him the bullet going hk hun necessary prerequisite to further athlete banditti display their prowessIn
Dame forward Idea ef the United SUteaT, gave the beat killing him instantly. He then turnedto in State affairs. [ despoiling the people of their true
nator Palmer a assurance possible that alder Democratic Cltl-ce Jlark.L his wife and struck her on the head progress heritage, the Earth. May Heaven
ta ruM a tree American' best tntel'Mta and Jane It The Record also thinks "the less said
forbarmony. CHICAGO
with She unconscious and
party his liberty and happiness an ax. speed the day when every one of them
_Reod men to I know by experience were and fully person eonserved \Vbeat-&pt. Tsai: July it is believed will not recover. The murderer about the Tampa platform the better." shall be compelled to fiy before the

Democratic er predicted toil onlai al obeena doer that eivll, public Wpoliu Core Oata-JAJf.- pt: at 4Q Si sept: July J W4.4. while attempting to escape, was Evidently that excellent journal is not I Litn'of the outraged host, and their
titential lest rights of my race were never better arrested and sent to prison.
M." JaI7. 1tt.8O. the I places occuppied forever thereafter by
and ataie conserved by any executive than they Pork-Sept K in swim.Monopoly.
committee e an.'cad I bT David B. Bill when he wu governor were of R1btt-&pt.L'il July. ..Si.H Anther AI..... AidiU.s.Bimcoaax inch men as Jackson, Calhoun, Clay
that they yes I the great empire state or New York. The Lrd--Sept R ; Julr. SJ7.Colto information has republican party in Webster and our own lamented L. L. e
political parties of the day are not the Joe .-Authentic Polk like \
and that thee paz ; men Wafbington, Jefferson
ties of the last decade. Their names are U..rpoel F.t.rM.Lmiuoou is given out that the Cahaba one pocket and the democratic pa.rtyln and the martyr Lincoln are seldom
the same, but new men represent them June 22.FoUowtnr is the open the other It the of
into tbe fixes price every
committee'sof the I both. The great Democratic party has coal aDd iron property passes if ever, duplicated.The .

the trgnl3lsle gained wisdom by experience JlI.Ie tec and and closing J1I1y.qvotations..._..................tetlylm. big deal of the Tennessee Coal and Iron sack of salt and every ton of coal;and
while the cootajo be -It deals with a gnat national ra July aDd AU.J1It..I.' and railroad. It is one of the largest every man, and woman and child feels old parties Detain to talk: of pop ,
eats on the fibs to fundamental principle It ia living district and has been
n the
ylvania; the the the post unpleasantness. It ia and September% Ttot aad and September.October::::::::::::::tntua properties successful ifl for ten the touch of the' moneyed de.potism.j ular elections for senators. It was first
operation years j
in
MN
aa to Utah. Nt Aria nourishing It is the policy in a of grand good government and real preaent.to em October'eanber and and Nwember Decembrs..:::::::::::::::i eaty ender the management of Messrs. Cadle Rev. Dr. Talmage. i demanded by the alliance.

to hare sixeomtaittee'a brace all parties, white sod black rich December aDd oanaar1.................ulidti2Ton. & Adler.
i I and poor north aad south. The Bepnbli- .-.ea.l. ,. S&M: 1,00I. The people want free coinage-the Postal saving bank was first a itat&i

'1lt I farmers first made the, demand. by the "hayseeds. .

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R FROM- JEX SENATOR MIND. was the event of the session by every 'County and,City DIS.Ctory.COQYt"t' 'TO THE TRAVELING: PUBLI .' "

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a1ntkiTtttui stratagem known. and every device ,...( GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLA. R. R. McLaury&Rowt1:

[thing in Puck or Judge bared their minds could suggest the hordeof .' \OFFtCEIt8/ (SUWANEE RIVER llOCTE), f| ,
Jade CHalnal Court of Rc.rd-Irviag MACK IN', GA., June 1,1692.
sharks through their
mew much in a longtime a. corporation Gulls,Jaq. On account of the action of Florid:
friends on the Poor sought to defeat
copies of the Palatka TIMES and Cushy Solieltor-Joaepk'Bpaffori.CierkJ. Railroads in refusing to sell tickets
the bill or amend its provisions so the .
d. of the ICth instant. The reas .S. Blaekwen.JedgeCountyCourtJoeepI. \ over our line because we declined to I
bill itself would be a nullity aad a
for my mirth are that both paper f..BaldwinEeq. increase our rates in accordance with! STATIONERY AND mmAND
cool collected
farce. But Baskin
,, County """IeMn-T. ; Butler. Chairma -
for the enactment or the next Leg CV their view r you are respectfully notified
and ever watchful, with they awsance j tX GattUer.J L'.Morgaa, H. s. Xin-
ture of a law establishing a Bail- that by local ticketto
purchasing a
of his Alliance brethren finally forced ton,W/R; 80___. Tb Board meets the first
d Commission. and both favor Tuesday each m. th. > Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City,I AND DEALERS
IN
the bill through the. House. It, came
e i Mitchell for Governor and Fen Clerk,Circuit Court-Frank Wright. from any point in Florida, you will
to the Senate and those friendly to it II
.Ilor for Judge of the supreme:; Sheriff-James Shelley. secure a through ticket from either of
soon found that it was doomed to defeat Croat Collector-Frank H.Blanckard.
that those Junction points to point
ourt an inconsistency glaring Count yTreannrer-$.L LiUenthaL any I Musical MerchandiAlways
but many of the Senators hesi- reached via Macon. including all Eas -
[fothing but Ignorance or forgetfiilneM Cntl.u.enor- wuiama.Supervisor .
Jf these successful efforts tated. Letters came pouring into them of ltegf.tratloa-J.11.Merrydar. ern. Western and Northern points at a
gentlemen's
from their constituents urging its BOARD OF PUBLIC IJfSTRCCTIOX. total cost to you not to exceed the on hand a full of STATIONERY of all desert]
to emasculatt all powers from the Kail lowest through rate of like class,
under passage. F. D. Ackcrman.: Chairman Job H. Harp line from BLANK BOOKS INKS CROQUET SETS HAMMOCK
road Commissioners appointed quoted by any from the point ,
John r. WaIL Ales.Strauss, .
What was to be done? The answer Secretary.Superintendent
the old bill, until the office became virtually Board of Public InstructionA. which you mart. This applies to both POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOKsRTTh'TS' MAT
came; the Supreme Court is going to one way and round trip ticktts.
the last .
& sinecure and was by Stratus.
hand down Its decision in the P.<.s A. CITY OFfCERS. In purchasing local tickets to any of SHEET MUSIC MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENx

Vgislature rightly abolished as a use"as case. This it was m/ Mayor-Martin Griffin,Jr. above named Junctions, be careful to Also.IPiano .
was a surprise;
/ expense to the peop'e of Florida.In Aldermen-Wm. R. DeWItt, President S. J. take a receipt from agent at starting

yotfr editorial you say "that the torious that the court had then, as now'a Kennerly, Wm. ben,O. W. Bassett, A. l'lIiu. point, for fare paid, which should be and Organ

is calendar at enormous length, and r. A. Pratt, Joseph R. Dunn, Samuel Lyon, handed to our agent, so that he can
ineffective
old no
Commission was' hundreds of cases ahead of the P. & A. Robert J Riles,A.T.Capon, L L. Purcell,J. S.LaRoehn arrive-at proper through rate to charge Agents for LUDDE.V BATES, S. M. H. PIANOS arL.'ls.

argument against the new. George Foster. For information as o rates, routes,
But the decision and Judge
I deny that the old Commission was time, City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price. through schedules and sleeping, car 'P 38 LEMON STREET, PALATKA FLA.
Mitchell sod his colleagues squelched Collector-A.8.WfUard. undersigned.
ineffective until Judge Mitchell and accommodations apply to
effectually any hope the people may Trua-m-JL J.Adams. JAMES MENZIES A. C. KNAPP 1=
bis colleagues made it so by a decision Chief of rehce-John W.Hapm. .

en a point so trivial aid far-felche have entertained of obtaining relief Chief Fire Department-GeJ.E.Gay. General' Agent. Traffic Manager,
from railroad extortion through legis Palatka, Fla. Macon Ga. G. LOPER
that showed plainly the leaning of the BKXKVOLKNT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.
lation. After a lone preamble the BAILp'Fire
court to corporations and against the MAAOMC. To Whom It May Coacera.
learned gentlemen discovered that the .
people. did Palatka Lodge Ko.34, F. A A. M.-Meets PALATKA, FLA., May 6. '
evidence"
words "sufficient not
Spare me a little space for a short First and Third Monday Nights In the. month, A"number of pictures left with
mean "conclusive evidence." What a at t:30.'clock. his
husband E. R. Farrar before Life and
history of the Railroad Commission in N.J. TILGHIU."i.W.M. Accident Ise;
Florida! quibble on words to relieve Chairman M.I.coax Secretary. death, for framingareyet uncalled for ,

Chipley's railroad, the P.A.., of This is to notify the owners of thes If
After the first session of the Legis its fines and to place the people ef the Pmtaam Chapter No.9,R.A. )(.-eeta Second goods that if be same are not called for,,

laiure which met after the adoption of and Fourth Monday< State at the mercy of the railroad C. J. HATES. ,H.P. MRS. FARRAR. rl
magnates. What jollification there was Secretary.LoTo.
were introduced'for the establishment
the night the decision was published; F.
how corks did pop, and the railroad Pioneer Lodge No.2M.O.0.1'--Xeets every .
and House. TnesdayNight. J. O. MANGOLD;:K.G. 1 LLPERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST 8Juc
lobby to a man acted as if they each Lovelace, de-
\. the estite of Benjamin F.
E.Q. KELLY,
By a joint resolution all these bills Secretary.St.
ceaned. late of Putnam County Florida will
his
felt it
was own personal vicUry. '
were referred to a joint committee. I John Encampment,'I. O. '0. F.Meetsspry present them to me, duly verified, within the. :
Drunk. with success, they promptly time prescrilied by law; and an persona Indebted LowestNere*
had the honor of serving as one of tke Secondand Fourth Friday Xights. to said estate will make payment to me.
emasculated the bill in the Senate of JOHN H. HARP,
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W. ILCYRCS, C.F.J. .t
committee on the part of the House oRepresentatives. Administrator Estate B.F.Lovelace. SlTrf
every vital feature but not stoppingat .G.}LL GOLD, Scribe.KMGHTS"OF CRESCENT Crrr, FLA., May:27th, .lro2.

this the railroad through their HONOR. my27w,
The committee after discussion
finally took up the, bill introduced in, faithful henchmen, insisted that the Harmony Lodge >'o, :17i17.-.Meete First and ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. "' .:-

commissioners should be chained and Third Wednesday of the nxmth. .

the Senate by the Hon. Johu MeXtnnon fettered prevented from further hurt- WALTER THOMAS,Dictator.J. In the matter of the Ea-) I."' ""
which was virtually what the tate of A. N.Edwards, J Hale of Book Accounts 'MI
,
log their much injured clients, and in .B.DONNELLY, Reporter. decea ed. )
Herald is now calling for-viz: the VIRTUE OF AX ORDER BEARING We are Wholesale Southern Agents
the famous proviso tacked on to the bill By the 11th day of May, A. I)., 1892, and I "
K. P. for these celebrated
101' \
Instrument,
Railroad Commission law. I and from
Georgia The can bay
yon a*a* keullr
took away virtually all power of the made by the County Judge of Putnam County,
and Asa
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main question at issue was as to the Commissioners to make a rate St.John Lodge No.S, K.of P_Meets every Florida,sitting iu Probate: Cheaply, safely by man M la person s *
operatire I will offer for sale at pnblie outcry to thhighest LUDDEN & BATES Savannah GaT'SJ'
Thursday Nljtht. G.A.FriNIXGER: C.C.
powers to be given to the Commissionen until passed on by the Supreme : and best bidder, for cash, at the front .
Court. BURT McLAURT K.R. S. door of tbe Court House, at .Palatka, in saidCcnintr
viz: Should they have full powerto daring! the legal hour of sale, on the
establish Such is the history of the attempt to Uniform Rank K.of P,No-Meet for drill FIRSt TTESDAY IX JULY next, being the t
rates or only advisory powers control the railroads of Florida by a 6th day of July,A. D. are,(the first Monday of TBE: :
and also should the railroad have Commission. 'every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights,atArmory. I aid month of Jul being a legal Holiday), all -. ,-
Book Accounts in favor of said Estate to the
an appeal. When men clamor for a Railroad :______ R..J.RILES Captain. I amobnt of 3,101.50.. Said Acconit will_ be t
: L.SMITH,Recorder. old as a whole. JAMES C. CONDKKV,
Commission and shout rah for Mitchell
Needless to the railroad officials '
say myT-td Administrator.
and Taylor in the same breath I am I IRON HALL Jacksonville Tam
with their clamored ;
)
attorneys, against
tempted to parody the words of: Branch No.72.Order Iron Hall-Meets First FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM ,
th .fir*!proposition and endorsed the Festus and say much partisanship have and Third Friday Night ,

'last. The them mad. To for relief COUNTY. FLA. j
committee finally and wisely made hope HENRY MERWIN.Chief I. J

came to the conclusion that it the people from railroad extortion from a State M.W. STEWART,Acct.G. and West
administration headed by H. L. Andrew J Wood ). Key frrn.:
to be taxed vs
were to Com
support G. .L K.
with his well known affiliation >
Mitchell Abbie E. Znmwalt, Edward E. Foreclosure.
,mission it should be one with full and relationship to the Henderson .A.Rv Veteran Port No. 13-Meet* every Cleveland and Bessie et al r:. Cleveland j i D' ::: (f fEAST .

power to fix the rates and enforce its Chipley clique, is certainly 10 me an First Tuesday of each month at 1 o'cloek'p.m. It appearing by the affidavit of E.E. Haskell ..

,-d< . and Bessie K. Cleveland are non-resident
The bill was prepared aud empow. LEWIS,Adrt. of the State of Florida, but live at Chattanooga COAST LINK I
Bred the The following item, clipped from theFt Tennessee, and are over twenty-one year of age:
Commissioners to make a It i* therefore ordered that said defendants
schedule of rates to be charged for Madison (Iowa) Democrat, con One Dollar; WeeklyBuys Edward E. Cleveland and Bessie K. Cleveland: Extending Southeast,South and Southwest from Jacksonville,eo+'
tains information well worth remem- do plead, answer or demur to the J:1ll'cg Complaint i of Tropical Country,and reach all prominent Winter and Summer PJe.fnd!
freight and passengers and said Seed herein on or before
bering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city a Rood Gold Watch by our Club LAY OF JULY next; otherwise the said but THE EAST COAST '
further, "that such rates fixed by the will be taken a*confessed.It .
Commission should who met with an accident a few days System. Our 14-karat gold filled cases farther ordered that this notice be published THE GREAT LAKE REGION,
in all
.State be deemed. sufficient courts evidence of this ago, spraining and bruising his leg and are warranted for 20 years. vine Elginor in the once Palatka a week Weekly for Times four,consecutive a newspaper week published I THE PHOSPHATE K1ELD3,
Waltham movement. Stem wind .
in said Chant
arm quite severely was cured by one ) THE PINEAPPLE FIE
that the rates therein are just and rea- and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto Done this May 26th. 102. .
GO cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain FRANK WRIGHT,Cterk.Byl .
THE ORAJ(
." The bill became a law, the any (50 watch. To secure ascents M. KIRBY,i).C.
Commissioners Balm" This remedy is without an where we have none we sell one of E. ). HASKKLL,Complainant'.8oUdtw.mJ2'l.1w AND THE FRUIT.AND VEGETABLE
were appointed and
the Case Watches for the .
equal for sprains and bruises, and Hunting
commenced their labors. should have a place in every house- .Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by

Passenger rates were fixed for the : express, with pnvilege of examination

J*. &:; A. Railroad, operated under the I hold. For sale by Ackerman & Stewart before paying for same. CONSTIPATIONand THREE THROUGH

management'of that great Mitchell druggists. Our agent at Durham, X. C., writes: Till

chieJtain Our Jeweler have confessed they don't know other '
W. D, Chipley being chair. The World's Columbian' Exposition. how you can furnish such work for the money." VIAv

man of the State Democratic Committee Send ro cents to Bond .k Co., 576 Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C.. bowel complaintscured

at the time. Tie doubtlessly felt it Rookery Chicago,and you will receive, writes: / and preventedby The Tropical Trunj

as a personal injury that his corpora- post-paid, four hundred pa.-advance "Tour watches take at sight. The gentleiranwho the promptuse
the last watch said that he examined
tion should be interfered with in any Guide to the Exposition with elegant and priced got a Jeweler's watches In Lancaster,that ofAyer's These line are equipped with the latest Improved FL4(*
better than comfort of : Our patron call then the FUOCST IX
way, and his railroad refused to be of the grounds and buildings were no yours but the prico was$45. passenger
engravings Trains leave Jacksonville via J..T. & K. K. W. 830 daily1
Our agent at Pennington Tex. writes"Am Cathartic Pills a. m,
governed by the schedule of rates ,
portraits of its leading spirits, In receipt of the watch,and am piea.edwithout dally; 4 JO p. m.dally except Sunday; 8.W p. m. daily except 8.
made by the Commissioners to compel and a map of the City of Chicago all meansure. All who have teen it say it p.mr.4ep' m.

obedience. The railroad was htavilymulcted the rules the would be cheap at 140." They Trains leave Jacksonville, via East Coast Line.L25 a. m daily, f J

in the Circuit Courts and governing Exposition One good reliable Agent wanted for regulate the liver, daY; ..05 po m. daiJ,. Arrive 9.30 a,m. &23 p.m. 8.40 p. m. II I
ap and exhibitors, and all information each place. Write for I
particulars.
pealed to the Supreme Court, while the which can be given out in advance of cleanse the stomach NORTH-BOO'D. | SO I
Leave Palatka,.....,........... ...... C5! a.JD I Leave Palatka, -j
case of the i'. A A. was on the calendar its opening. Also other engravingsand EMPIRE WATCH CO., NEW YORK and assist Leave Palatka................. ......I .M ajn I Leave falatka ,
of the Supreme Court. Th Leg printed information will oe sent dec4-tf greatly Leave Palatka.......................... 4JMpjn|

islature you as published. It will be a very digestion. FLORIDA SOUTHERN: RAILWAY-SOUTH j
again met. The Railroad Com I
valuable book, and every person should Leave Palatke...............,.......... 19Ma.m.Lear* Palatka]
missioners had discovered during their secure a copy. FOR MEN ONLY Dr. J. C. Ayer & 00.I .

two years of office certain defects in :I EAST COAST LJXES.

the law and prepared a bill to STRENGTH AND WEALTH.If YOUNG MENV OLD MEN* Every Dose Effective. NORTH BOUND. i gilLeave
looking Palatka for St.Angnstine..,.... 11.IS a.m I Leave Palatka tot
not and Ill II Tit tote 91 TIE SlirilTS M IIUAJf
its' amendment. you are feeling strong ta T ante a nU...n.&e b'M.._.......

This bill was entrnsUd by the commissioners i healthy, try Electric Bitten If "Lajrippe" ," SHAKEOFFTHE bat ..t k...... hew HORRID t..e.e SNAKES...taUy

to that sturdy and has left you we.k and weary, tt.M..1......rr.......18..a. Indian RiveI- St
ever _......aaae.1 t....1UU1.
faithful champion of the people against use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts ( OUR HEW BOOK
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Leave TitoJvUle a 00 a.m.dally except Sunday for RocUedge,
corporation tyranny, Hon. A. P. directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys ? '::Ii-==:= aading

Baskin, of Marion, now the Presidentof gently aiding those organs to per- w seas.W.wIr.f AfflU U..PI.f_tae Leave TlttuvlDe 7UW p.m.Mondays,Wednesday and Friday*,

the State Farmers Alliance and form their functions. If you are Orrui...,..4 kw y CoanectiBgr at Japittr with train of J.& L.W.Railroad for all p
afflicted with Sick Headache will HOME TREATMENT. Caveat,and Trade- arn ohtsfbed.sodas Patent -
you Steamer 4t. Angnstlne" leave Ormond S a. n. Tuesdays,
was known as H. B. X o. 40. It has %I W "'.....ulvIn11." basin '** ;mJi. ted for Moments Fee*. *
find speedy and permanent relief by 1 .....III. wont __.1 I I Our Office is Onm; te (J S, Patent Office lockJedge and way landings. Returning, leave RocUedgQ S a. iridar
been said in the SaU... II....... .
never history of taking Electric Bitters. One trial win ....na ... aaeeas P.- and we can ',n' : ,'" n et- i:mothaatltose *
Florida was Tallahassee so crowded convince you that this is the remedy but',. w.aki..s el 0.47 remote mil W, '-', ,,_1"11 ,.. For schedules maps ete.eaU on local agents,or addreMthe G
.a4 K4, tsr )..ttrrna Send moue OTJ L.r j lo" with i detcrlptlon. -
during session of the Ton need. Lame bottles only (()c. at a_. nt.ac.e ..eBkRlkN I We aiiMK, pnentkhir,. or nut, free of K. B. CABLE W. L. CRAWFORD,
any Legislaturewith L(0wrv & & a drug store. Oras-so ar he c re. .:'-! .L a der: charre Oar till I patent 1*Mtmred.- General Manager. Snpt.East Coast Lines,
_..-. .. -.. .. turtn l'e "
tk.awta Ic .1DtTOgaal
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what the rulcar call lobbyists, but -- -- A ", Obtain Patents, with
., ... J.T.& C.W. .
a rItT1 aopw. plats&eallla\ere.--- names of actual client* inyourSUte,County: .of Svsten. St. &1Irutl e. Fla. ,
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the polite and well bred know nly as ttm unlit SRturfaTOTMWTiv y..s..1 o.,.=.. town sent free. Address, .

corporation attorneys. Robert Ft n wick Notice to the Public 1 ERIE MEDICALCO.BU, :I.!. ,N.Y. C.A.SNOW&CO.

Taylor candidate for Judge of theSoprems WE ARE RECEIVI]
Patent Offlc. D.C.
Oppoitt Wwhingtos.
After this date all orders amounting! 8 C) to a3500 a year en be made bl
Court, was there, representing V-- *-rw active agents; either sex &
to less than five dollars most be paid WDr k; sore pay; exclusive territory. Write at

the S. Sprint, Ocala and Gulf for in cash. ODce.OCIIUOity L.WUIIB:,Piedmont W.Va. THE LARGEST ASSORTMEX

HaCroad, and all the crowd of lawyers We trust our friends will not think

who the previous fall had made that we are not willing to accommodate THE SOWER HAS
a pilgrimage
them, but the expense for keeping Tax Notice. NO SECOND CHANCE.... to
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around the State, telling the aad collecting such accounts exceeds G .u w. ww.r to .tFERRY'S Hammocks

dear people how much they loved them; the profit ou \ em. ,

t>f course they had changed from what For five dollars or more a credit of City Tax Payers will take notice that

they were in the fall, known to have thirty days will be 'granted to reliable SEEDS From 75
parties. For any time over thirty days, the Tax Book for 1891 is open for collection cen
political influence had been tae
they retained
10 per cent. will be promptly charged. and will close JuLY 1ST r fear mad aid kept Ferry's Sad Brfaws
by the railroad as attorneys, and Soliciting TOUT trade and assistance, on the largest U la*worid Men!Telia BASE BALL GOODS CR

it is a fact that corporation gold or bills !that we may serve you satisfactorily 892* }{. STEWART, Ferry's Seed Annual for 1891Htls

makes a change as quick and decisive and to our mutual advantage, we are ap234f City Tax Collector. asking.the wad Don't Sad ow story beds-Sot b3 yet free get fee h.th. FINEST STATION

ia the character of these patriots as did very truly TILGHMAX-WLLSOX, CO.. .M.FERRY CO,Irtncirrs roit.Wchas. EVER SEEK IX PALATKA. Our stock ps

the potion to Dr. Jeyjde, the whang PALATXA, FLA., June 1,1892. NOTICE oJ r
a doodle court house patriot of the Fall jelQ-lm ever kept in Palatka before.

aIling on the people to cots for honest s. A. BAKER manufacturer ofROUGII FISHIXG TACKLE SMOKERS' ARTICLE

John, the farmer's friend, and his TWINE, PAPER BAGS Ac., wholesale andCOCniUNE'S

country's saviour, to go to the Legislature F Vfs fit Cott; .. and DRESSED LUMBER, s"t ..._,.

a BOX HEADS Is ready to t'o.. : .,. : OLD BOOK pByv
,0 especially
n.
is usually found in the spring to Tb.tetomD; :- .*.,. AA&c... ....... UI u.w lea.rr ..Ir.._...seOs I-w wsI..M
iv nc m.nitws**.M*M .it.. fin orders at short ..I M pd- 1 r eels.spew.W Fey
into
have changed notice. For infor- :
a"corporation = :
attorney Of r, w. .ht'ud rwtrt.'...M_ 41k. BkkMIm ./wise,.. ; w.rt..d web p
with ..uwtu.i> ; a mission Tallahassee tosteer *BMBths*tre tai.sV. =.si=. ..to. u k. mation address S. A. BAKER: TREATED BT MAIL CG.*IODTUUM.

honest Johnstote In-his master's PATIENTS>! .TKATEO. --I BY-S MAIL! --i-cosrisEBnALIL -I I--.- WlfcMVm ja5-2m Satsuma Rights, la. g.p..mr.a.r-- rl-_r--.-...-...-.... -w-.6.. ,

.interest. The fight made on. H. B. 40 mmmmtot I.L <> .H*;.iiiii! rtmftfVaHH. ituiH. WUM 5J. L r SITIIL rmim nurtL CHUH u apl54f P.& WETMOi"J
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young peopleTeft'small town WELAKA, FLA., June 21.

the J., T. &; K. W. Railroad June Long silence always means that one .

OD their trip north,and after roost The CALI GRAPH. is busy. The long dry spell Rare one -.

Ion the teats for over two hour wee Syrup" the time to get everything in good Orange. Boxes.YaPs \
RESPECTFULLY: nil the attention of the:
[ landed in Jacks jnville. We there I public to the CALMiRAPH": WRITI O order for the rainy spell and sure .

dinner restaurant, MACHINE,renowned the world over for hieBest enough it came two weeks earlier than \8
certain
at a *' I have been a SPEED, eimplici'y and strength of Co.- '
|r which we proceeded, to kill the great 8TKUCTIOX. and lonr-tested DURABILITY. usual, and proved a'spiritraiser.. The Nails
Asthma. sufferer from Asth Superior MAMFOLttlMi-.Kuim, Steadiest. Hooosand :
room, going over to South Jack ma and severe Colds: and leant depression o1.e writing. Level Key way trees changed color and gardens
lioardj **parate key character,and KO
that Florida
[vllle, and the Exposition grounds. every Winter and last Fall my HI"." All pan Interchangeable and bear- and crops put forth showed '

then, after having some snoptr friends as well as myself thought lira This ADJUSTABLE.Machine' U offtreditot upon lu "Reaxd"or sand only needed water to tickle it, : !rAD

trying to swallow it wbole in our because of my feeble condition, andgreat "Label.. bat upon It* INTRINSIC WORTH'aloee. when it will respond with an'astonish- : WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 1
.
we took the 6:30 train for Sa distress from constant cough Price and Circular on application tug Tigor. It was a fine time for get- .

j nah. Vff arrived at Wavcross at lag, and inability to raise any of the JAS. A. fAIR, Agent: ing a good patch of sweet potatoe, but Flour, Grits,; Corn Bran, Hay, Oats, Cotton '

15. There we found we bad three accumulated matter from my lungs, mh25-3m Palatka,Fla. he cry was no Tines. A few were

|rs and a half to wait before gting that my time was close at hand. fortunate enough to kite some, anel Seed Meal and' Fertilizers.
out for want of
nearly worn
farther did rather When they wsreutilized for all their worth; .
which we doing ,
friend recommend
and rest a .
than to start out on foot. One ot sleep ed me to try thy valuable medicine.Boschee's : S ABaker and here it may not come amiss think to that say OLD J., T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.

[young ladies found a piece of three- that most people in Florida
German 'well 1'r A1rorden"wi receive prompt Attention and quick shipments made... t
old jelly cake, which we soon put Gantl, Syrup. I am conR.ireshlnt I : a new piece of land, or one cow I '" .

[of tight, after which we were kepI fident it saved penned, is a necessity for raising sweet .

ke by a vouug and only child, whoa life Almostthenr/t jotatoes; but if one will take a fair \

wet rag, and every time a certain Sleep. dose gave me great piece of pine land which has not beenin Passenger Schedule.

relief and a gentle re far few and mix up
ag man. tried to sleep this young potatoes a years,
freshing.sleep,such as I had not had twenty-fire pounds of sulphate of '
rill would proceed to give a
THE GEORGIA FLORIDA RILROD
SOUTHERN and
fop, whirl the rag three times for weeks. My cough began immediately potash with one hundred pounds

to loosen and pass away andI and apply in the .
of cotton seed meal
ind hit Bead and the young fellow

was asleep would, do the rest. At health found and myself weight.rapidly I am gaining pleasedto in drills for rows at the rate' of 500 or 600 SUWANNEE alV.R ROUTE TO FLORIDA.Taking .

under way again for pounds an acre., they will raise fine k
| a. m. wt got inform thee-unsolicited-that I effect APRIL 25. 1892. Staadard TUM.*0th Jteridlaa i

, lBnab, and after stopping at every am in excellent health and do certainly MANUFACTURER or potatoes. This is a hint for those who .

'ir tank and cow that came in sight, attribute it to thy Boschee's; think .cheaper to buy than grow NORTII BOUND.
them it does not take two men long to KO. 1-WlST: INDIA FACEMAIL. NO. 4-KXPRKS9 NAIL
> ahed Savannah at 6:30 a. m, German Syrup. C. B. STICKNKV, ;
NO. 4-EXPRXS3 MAIL

ere then dumped into an omnibus Picton Ontario." CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE prepare ground and 'plant an acre of Leave Palatka........................... 5.40 an Lea .PaUtka........................... ..U....
boat "Gate potatoes, and .hey are easily cared for, Leave Hampton.. ........_..........? Calais Leave lUoipton........................_ t.n.-
>ute for the noble Leave Lake City......................... '.03 ala Leave Lake City...........,............Jt.Upm
tI instate and should yield 120 or 200 bushels per LeayeJa-per..... Lee Leave 4a ... ......... .....11M
After puttug onr luggage "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE Lear VahlMta.:::::::::::::::::::::::::10.11 am an leave Valdouts.por. .:.........:...::::::....: l.Mam: pr .
I rooms we took an "electric I acre, and get them in as early as pos Lear Tlfton.........................:..:.11.48 an Leave Tliton....... ........ ............. S.Maa.
LUMBER A feed for eterythingta Lea,..Cordel.............?.............IJSpa Leave Cordeto....._..................... 4JSaia.AnreMaeoa .
I back to the city, and after hunting BOOM sible. good Arrive XaCOlt............................. 4.1.plD ............................. 'TJSai.
farther will keep to feed. ArrI.Atlallta......................... 'T.MnmArrlre Arrly.Atlanta..Il30am
all aft hour we found a place .. Cbattanoega.........,.. .... ...?...li.43ara: ArriT Chattanooga...................... 0.45 pm.
:would ; a breakfast LIMOX STREET, PALATKA,I'LLl'uU SATSUMA RIGI tS. FLA. Another thing easily done and will Arrive NaohrilU......................... tJdamArrtre .... .. ............. ................................
e they
i give us if Looitrllle........................1914amArrlr ......;............................................_
done left the "upper ten,'' and alwan Line of In Choice Stock.TTlBee, Llqaer Mid CIa return largely, is the cow pea,and *Cincinnati....................... W plD Arrive Cincinnati......."...............'TJOTto. ..

ed the Park Old Market etc., a t"ornerrromtheCwstry: Promptly Filled, Notice of Removal.; one is pushed for time lay off the land

it aboard the 10x10 feet and plant the cench; pea; .leaves Palatka after arrival f&llt west India mallfrom Tampa and eonnectt at MaooswlthaljOTtrolnrp.
was; time to get .
oc-3m CUAB. HERE B.. Proprietor. .m. trah.,c. L R.8. "..R. R.X.JZ; S, R. 1L,tie.JL R.J:. T. V.Georgia and
Then tie misery began. At break middles when you hare time.It M aeon and Birmiaebam Railroad.No. .
In consequence of the rebuilding of Many .4 leave*pautka after arrival of train from St.Au atl.. and point in Cart and Root
there wire but a very few but "WAT DOW UPON DE '8WAHKE RlBBM." is a wonderful pea to move. Florida and connect at Macro with all outgoing a.m. trains C. R.R S. W.C. R-.M.A; N. R.B-.
were 'n>t going to ba sick. Bat the Store 3o. 51 Lemon street things can assist in this short orange Oa.B.,R.D..C.and K.. T. V.&; Ga. R R. ConnecUoa for Vembuled Trsinfetween Atlanta and Waahnffton -

we had jpt out to sea they were White ulphur C. I. ROWTONhas crop season, and it will pay to take ad

seen on peck very often for two vantage of it. As I am not an agncul

Occasionally a white faced removed to the corner of Lemon 'tutal editor, I will not ask how to make SOUTH BOUND
very
Springs Hotel. and Front streets, in the Ke&n Block, '
ut would quickly dis any crops. M). 3, EXPRESS MAIL ttO. I, WEST INDIA FAST MAIL

appear' lately occupied by II. Valterliu., The young' n seemed determined Leave Cincinnati ............... ........ Lao polD I Leave Cincinnati.......................II.3O.a.
ir as soonas a gold"swell"came. W. T. KING, Manager. where be will be glad to supply his Leave Louisville .i94
he struck a dry patrons as heretofore with the BEST to'make the coming Fourth of July a Leave NalhvUle::::::::::: ::::::::.::.: t.05pjn pan ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
sCOndal we Leave Chatunooga.........., ....... 8.20 LID Leave Chattanooga.. .. ............. l.19.m
i, which washed Id brooks all over WHITE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. and FRESHEST FRUITS in season' grand ,success 'and ace daily doing Leave Atlanta.............,. ..........?. 4.IAp.m I Leave Atlanta.......................... 'J.20 jB
Bananas Strawberries Apples Leave Macon Macon .Jl.e'
[hurricane deck making those ofcmtles RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH Oranges Dates, Raisins, something toward that end. The Ears Cordele'.:::'.:::'.:::::::::::::::::JIJ3pm: S.4ftpm: Leave Cordele-:::::::::::::.:::::::::::? Leo pm an

SPECIAL WHITE SULPHUR and CHALY Tomatoes Fisjs. time and Lean Tifton .... ......A,....,....... LOT am Leave Tifton ............ ........ ... SJSpna.
; ifaT'ictfeNm- jump BEATK WATER la the South. Spring dicharrtnr *- Ac., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes; promise for a good large Leave Vatdosis.............. ............ *.4Aam I Leave Valdosta.:........... ... .. ..... ass,...
of the old ;over 1,600,000 eallon per hour. Pies and Candies. crowd is very flatterin The greatest Leave Janper ........................... 3M am Leave Janper.............. ........t......... CJPpn*.
a remiBding one Cnre dl ea e*of all kind*. Ja22-tf Leave Lake City...........;.............? 543 an Leave Lake City........ ................. TJAprnv
>ry On th| last day nearly every Cigars,Tobaccos, Ac.jof the choicest. event of the day will be a b'C1cle'race, Leave Hampton............... ......... 6.10amArrive I Leave Hampton.......:....... .... .... '.46.-
brands. the Palatka................_......... T.45am Arrive Palatka.........................10J3 ...
the bill and
was happy coming out like going down across
Pure California Grape Juice and I
rrs lathe spring time, looking for M. J. Murphy. New York Apple Cider. mv6- wharf at full speed and off Into the No. 1 leaves Macon after.arrival of Incoming morning Train on Central fkmtkweeterm.

During the day and evening we river, to see which can make the Georgia, East Tennessee. Virginia and Georgia and Macon and Birmingham Railroad'
Po.3 leave Macon after arrival of incoming afternoon train on the Central, 8oatbweterm.
mncoly"entertained by a young leland quickest. These bicycle are of Macon and Northern and Georgia Railroads and connect at Palatka for 8;. Augustine,and wolf

rom Wisconsin, she being fa Lemon 811881 t Billiard Parlor J. G. MANGOLD,, the new hollow pattern, which are I<} the All 8t.John Train and arrive Ocklawaha and dEp art River from steamers.Union Depot.,Macon and.Palatka. '

whistler alto by comic sing .. arranged to travel three or four miles Elegant Sleeping; Car will be run on Train No.3 and No.4.
For turther Information,apply to Aeral* point*,or to
pd lusirumeital music by others LEADING ARTIST IN I an hour in water. That feature alone A. KNAPP, JAMES MCNZ1I General Agent,Palatka, 21*.
Traffic Manager HENRY BURNS.T. P. A, Mason Ga.
[ard. Sunday we commenced to should draw a crowd. The merchants

the harbor, and at 5:30 a. muy WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PORTRAIT AND are smiling in anticipation of lively
A. V. MOUNT. WALTER OMA .
we were lied up to the wharf, WINES ,LIQUOfiSAND CIGARS. LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY' times. Clarence will be carrying the

we parted taking trains in dif mail, but has applied to the Postmaster

|directions. Agent for the celebrated J. W. liar FRONT STREET, PALATKA General to see if he can't carry the MOUNT & THOMAS.
3b Whiskies. A lull line
per SilTester mail that day before breakfast 10- as
< vrrlLL ,
It ttTLmeano
frFTtoZrs-t ATTEND
10 411. PROMPTLY TO CALLS
of the best brands at the lowest priCtI.V'Vh.:1sk.1.es v y ..,.v..w.._ Groves, Residenoeeetc.with
trip. But if any one .n .'ea lance of Studio. Always op to be on hand ,all day. He is well

j to speed a life time aboard an : : to the latent*t j.o of Portraiture. If you want aware that two brlgb -.yed damsels are
a Crayon of yourself old Picture enlarged try
[steamer'' we would recommend os before vending off to some free portrait long for a ride in his stylish turnout;
..1MIk
Rye ... .. .. .......... fraud. can and we specimen. no203niBEATTVS him. of
ite City on "one" .f her tripe **.. : .. J 00 and no one can blame No use Staple andPancyGrroceriesPALA1KA
Wedding. ZMUveterRye
Oliver
|n iioitoa and Savannah. SW AdttJBc: mall Fourth of July, anyhow.'.
Standard"A A"Bourbon. 4 00 ORGANS :
IIA WK. J.W. Harper........................ see tegue. Addrens, DAMKL:; f. BEATTY, Wash- Fickle fortune has been among us .

gnssl.n.l -( )-:--;. r Ingtoe.NewJersey. aov0-tf again. Some of us were pretty blue at v TLOKIDA.CORNER .
I>en.eret a c.. con- The Jag Trade a specialty. Country orange returns last winter and at the .
U..1 the Seem DUtrlet.emocraUe orders solicited. oc234f
MRS. H. E. ARMISTEAD crop prospect this season, and now the LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

patty*>f the Second always lucky John Dallow's house has ;

ssional District of Florida will Tremont Hotel.FoUIKBLT been brightened by the arrival of afine ALL GOODS WARIHtXTED .OR MONEY REFUNDED. jaI -lJ'

.jventioa at Gainesville; at'12 Pi8ccaiMIllifier&r Dressmaker boy. Thus at one swoop be has
( : HOTEL TOG HI.)
| m. on Wednesoay, August 3, recovered all losses. Luck seems to
A. D. STEVENS,M.Manager Engineenng: Department.
the of nominating ape KEWRAN STREET: NEAR BA.Y.JJ..CX80Y. stand by him at all times.
purpose LEMOX ST, PALATKA FLA. J. B. MERRILL Manager Blacksmith Shope.A. .
for the ''Tifty-Uhrd Congress 4' YILLE.TLA. How the candidates are looming up.
.. E. MERRILL, Manager Boiler Sbope.
ited States. The counties IXX3ATED. OPEN ALL THE tS-Tbe Latect Style and a Good Fit Gnu DonH you wish elections were held

act will 'b6 entitled to repre- qrrnuu..T f3OOper Renovated.day.DODGE. anteed.Hat Trimmed Hat to and Order Trimmings, When In In need Profmsion.of anything oftener? Just think of it! one hundred -

in this line, I respectfully request a trial candidates at five dollars a head-
i as follows: Merrill CO.S
SI Madimm .... .......... T : *CULLJCN8 five hundred dollars; good for you. nn llineering
4 Marioe..l's novl-"'n Proprietors.
It _u................10It. Tfe are sorry to learn that our worthy .
.. Orange...............Ii THE ACME
rl Oeceoia.,............? Sheriff has met up with a rifle ball after
It IMtnaaa........*..M.12 SAYE YOUR .BOILERS but he did his
so long duty, E. MERRILL & Co.
escaping ; J.
( ccnoo1Li TO ; )|
.1 ht. John...............11 APARTMENT HOTEL
.11 Homter............... S and deserves all praise for honorable

..IS i 'eewsnie..wp.10.oIuata................. wounds.
Refitted and Refurnished with Entirely New Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
o\'e carries with it the same Furniture Tbrou oac. Centrally Located con The train robbers kept. Putnam ,

pportionment as that adopted venlent to Depot and Boat Landing Good. Count alive. It put me in mind of
Room la with Correspond.In
Connection
fte Dining Low Price how the squirrel hunters turned out in
Committee ty: FurnUbed Room*.60C. to 11.00 per Day Ohio to capture Morgan in 1863, when BOILER AND BLACKSMITH (WORK,
nomy and facility we suggest SLIP to$8.oo per Week. he made his famous ride through Ohio.I .
to the District Con* H. A. BURT,Proprietor, in
t learn that one man living our
legates
111 W.Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Engines and Machinery
t selected in the same manner |loo9914y1CURE suburbs bad a oit dug by nice backdoor of all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of building small
that when the three
fixed
I same time as the delegates so Launch and Steamboat Hulls of Steel. WA also furnish Boilers and :Machinery
ask for and
[invention.Lairman robbers came to honey and Wood Hullo if desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for WestInghouse -
and of J2?* grits to eat he could pull a strap and I Engines. Workmen sent to all parts. of the State. We keep on handa
Secretary
would he landed
all three instantly
full line of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith's supplies. Second-Hand. Machinery ...
will fifteen feet in the earth U fact
kventions pleasefavorftee ; 1
wouldfix bought and sold. Write for estimates and prices. .
ndiftg'th'e edJChairman \ YOURSELFIrtftronbledwtthGonorrtKM trapped; than the $1,500 reward
bj proc \ matters for a trip to Europe whereby i OFFICE TND ,Suors-138 and 140 EAST BAT STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I at Orange Lake. 'Gleet,Whlt**, p.nnatorrho>*l h's extremely fascinating and I
Lflroad rate will be an- Jor any nnoatural dUcharr*aak'I
modest but gentlemanly
roar drngjlit for a botUe of ways, youthful
[due time; also special hotel I Bljr O. It core In a feir day appearance and various qualifications .I_ JflWQ \";<\
I without the aid or publicity of a '.).
thrown in he would be the
e4vflle will be arranged 1 doctor. Non-poiwnoe s and w --
B, \rnaranteed not to stricture observed of all observers.
e -
ced. FROM LOW WATER k fU CWwrtot Amrriaut fire y v envious nature will crop out, so '
GEO. W. WILSOS, Vanafaetnred by I will say I was born in Ohio, and con, 'S&GlNGlNNrYTI
Til Eriu Chtadctl Cal
Chairman. k sequently am a Drcxm.IIOI .
L'b oLE. ,
CINCINNATI, O.u. .
Secretary. .e. a. ,''mB fLORID1@JiI@J I


'CU'TION retired CnlED.yalciaD from. [ man'S Low ttr Alarm tee o0 ET SATED IS KOET MADE. i1 LIMITED.

prac-j TiIR r Save tS to BO cent on every dollar you .p nd. ..
had placed in his Write for our mammoth CaUlofve, a MO-pate yatib.led from ad t.01. Slid v.la erryt i Peaeaa'.Teat 3aet Drawl t+ ..
,
J. HESTON'Wood book,containing iUastradon sad CiTiog lowt masefaWnrs' .. wither with
the formula suoefactaren'dlsoo.auof JUoa Steeping Can.. ST. AUGUSTINE CINCINNATI caaep. Lijkud gee.
Ilia missionary Is SAFE TO TRUST,SURE AND RELIABLE every kind prtcesmth of food aid supplies manofactmred Del CoKHa here eeertejeacce ef t.iletmaiag p rt. atetc.sad an Wended. eeeptri ee **.'

[vegetable remedy for the Yard aaA Imported Into the United&uie.. Groeerle _et. No extra charre. Leaves Sc AerestiM Dally, UOi A.1C; ]edMDYiDc.lU P.Y;CVf*-

ornament core of Con- TO WATCH THE WATER. Household Gent'Ootaioz Good. FBroltor and Famahinc. dothinr.Good*Ladle1and ,Dress tai,us P. 11.;WaJCP-,4SS P.M.Jcap/UP.K. Arrives w-.11.s> P. MoJ A&!&as.,U AJC&

Catarrh, Asthma Good, White Good. Dry Good, Hats Caps s.e-GO A.M.ICiadaa.ti,1 Jt P.*t,aed Caic.j.,I.-OO.A. M.
onchitis, FACTS: Boot and Shoe, Glove, VoUon, Gaware,
at and Lung Affections, ORANGE STREET, SEAn u ioN Stationery.watch.*,Cuts, Jewelry, SUverware,. LINE OHIO SPECIALI< !..SaLII TRAIL
At times the pipes from boiler tc Barxle*, wfeipa Aerkraltvrel Impletoeat ete.ONLT .
Ker17 I
and radical cure for ; FIRST CLAM GOODS. Caiatone scatoa
CombaTing water column fills with sediment and l DErVxr. receipt of SS ante for orpre+.aga W*are the Rtaaa and Ma*.Befit Sl..,>f Car fn JACKSONVILLE U CINCINNATI witaeet el.ats.
and all Kervous water appears in the gages when low only concern which sell at maauaetnrer price. .cans Jicksotmllc Dally,TJi P.M.:CaQ: .kae.S.W P.M.;Wavcra*.10-JO.P.N.,Joee,ILU P.M.;
[ tested its wonder- in the boiler. Hard Wood cut to length, delivered maatUctorar aliowlBt the buyer five to th.the same wholesale discount...,Cat.... We the imrts at Macoa,|J>A.M.; Aliases,us A.M.; Castts.* r&, LOS P. U. Lear.Chattanooga T4OP.

ia thousands oflit At times water foams, and no one I in all parts of the city. naraatee aU rood a* represented U not fused .M.arrives. is CWisaati.f JO A. >L,sad Ckieace*;30 P.M.
powers rerandcd. Good.sent by nuew or Wul PkiUdclpbia sad New York.8JJ A.JCj
low so money Tbreech Slcepiaf Can leave Caatuwwra tar aclOIt.
make it can teL how hiS or It Is in the I
U his duty to Scroll Sawing and Turning done to I fright with privUece of exaamattosi before payKARFES "
boiler. lag. A. a Co. : : Scenic Shenandoak Valley Route.
Ac- .
'fellows. order. se3tfFORHENONLYJ d.
suffering At times the fireman forgets th I IB Qatney Mrect,Chicago,

motive and a desire to water supply. F ItatestesSEasternPowts am *e few by th M Gila ask* aayaB nutt'Wte*. For bath nstiie..
Tea,folders sad all imforiMtioa,apply to My Sicker Agent sa rierida,.,to
L, suffering, :I will sende But in every case Tilghman's LOTWater WE WILL PAYA

all who desire it, Alarm will call you up before; salary of US to f 50 per week to GOOD arsat* F. M loLLY, OisL Pas*. Agt,82 W. Bay st., Attor Block JACKSONVILLE, FLA..j
to boiler suffers. It never forget,!I !' to reprwuit u in every eooaty,*ad Mil ow rueralBa
Eg- your ,
FftiIch or
IIAPHOTTiWeekawef
{. M
German
KIGUT
*e 'ef
llirecUOM lot preparing U. Xo one can afford to do withoutit. Ia.! yudKDia .!ectI wio wan Ccn'I Pas. Ticket Art Art Cenl P* *. Art.

mail >y address- Price $15. ._. of rVI.uft8ee. / 'I-i:: ". CeUlorae sapsrSAate *aipArn ,' UOXV ,' j' ATLANTA.G.A..
ent byaaming ibis paper. Write to the Patentee :='. .1..61.yaw R&niialmer55)1.e..w. CIC 9a oasis tot esprN.K.. A. XAWEJT CO.

p, Powfrs' 1k, XOAII J. TILGHMAX, .....r.,,==-M.roes....vauram-s.I..,.guru.. :...:: IB Quincy Street.CUcar, 3W roosa
g, 620 e9-tf Palatka Fla. ......... -- m.1 I. W
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My heart a sanctuary is. where light; LAKE COXO, June 25. Jr... h._. Tk.t Tluh Over the VVlr.. #0. ._\ ..,. 1. '\.I 5bi : -# a
windows
o Irradiates through manifold, Tin .. *
Editor Pahtk *
1,*_ All r 4.... <
URTL PUBUSHERS Of glass mad glad with astragals uf As the ,fires of election am replenished Rich coal diaooT rie have bee. mad In ; 4'I' .. .

-- -- gold, .malachite. by few h1i b\'d" knots andthe the state of Vera Crux oa the gnU coast oAt ,- '" ;I' .
Vermilion cinnabar and
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lexico. !
'. D.11liai. .Toot attest, And in sweet. sessions. there each day; political i ot beginning to simmer, Athena. Greece Premier Con.tanto- v.:: Ji \+ "" i

z w r"see. unite, I thought an obeenation or two pool. ka announced the reaignatton of &: -" '. -.-.. .
Drenched in the colors that the case. the cabinet t .
I on the caudidates might not be anils*. ;; .

I \ ,.BATE-One Tear it.N ZS Cent; .u Memories_ ,menta seductive bold, as the queens ofWraiths Como is one of many faw-abidiug pre. the Tb appointment Berlin Offlcial of the GaaetU eur **aDDOGDceII MI honorary . '... ,'.' ,.
Three Jtaatas.
I Ia 1 advaeee.FLA. old ducts in tie county, and her people admiral in th. German nary. .-.'. 'r. fif
of The czar baa seat bit sanction to a uka*. ..*
dead believe in
of rapture, phantoms good officers. permitting the unconditional exportation /V' i.

., JUNE 21. 1892. delight, then the Good judgment, courage, sobriety, of wheat oat&, barley and other eatable. ""v .:V; .
Masked in enchantment put
honesty and effeiency-eras he considered )(. DeFreydnet, tbe French mioUter of
unrolls, war. ban promoted General Bnirvre In <.? '
,N.Wilke, of Jacksonville, ii Waking, insatiate,the unntlllfd desire '*8 fire cardinal qu&lifl i regular routine to the command of the

To clasp them once again instantly; carious a Sheriff. If a man farriaon of Kbelms.Ai .. ,

Yet as I muse, a murmur of citoles be possessed of the first four it is Madrid, a cabinet council dicid xt to
t. pleased to tee Bob Crown- Mounts an mounts a ,bird, offer minimum tariff rates to mot n\'
suddenly, not unreasonable to suppose he has bone, finding It impossible to obtain th. ...
tit again. and higher, of trestle during tb.
approval near present '
And all are gone, and you''a'ene I se. the last also. Good judgmentis the parliamentary aesaioo, ." >>,

plain 11. E. Carter,of Lake Como, [Edgar Sauna, is July Lippincott's. first; reckless, dure-deril courage is as Tbe Jeberan correspondent of the Ix>n- "' !4"11- .

/in the city Tuesday. I eves Ha* Fetat.... bad as cowardice. A man may plaT d...Time to the says epidemic that of official eiiolera figure show In that sedan 'o,,, t

pr. J. B. Henson, ot Satsuma, was, In the month of June, 1891, Dr. the bully but b. destitute of moral the mortality doe not exceed JOb daily

4 the city Wednesday. I IYr. Schaffmntk received a small package courage; be may rush headlong into a while number private of deaths Inquiries from tail prov caoae that M don the

of potato seed from Germany. From melee and cause more trouble than ble then figured,
and Mrs. J. E. btarr, of Hunt existed to begin with. According to advice from iWkestan
hundred : BEFORE
these he raised about two MOVINGCLOTHING
call on Tnes- cholera i* making fearful ravages in Per
ing, made us a pleasant plants. The plants taken up In November Again, a man in sober momenta may eta and Afghanistan The streets of some -1
I hate and good judgment, but of the cities are strewn with dead. The .. .
courage
showed tubers aa large as i a
day.J. Mollah, Koran in band parade the streets
B. Donnelly offers for sale two if he is addicted to the frequent or .
I' pigeon egg:, anJ kept solid even until at the bead of the populace, beseeehhij ro
Ine-brtd puppies. See his advertise- divided occasional 'good time," as some cal Allah for deliverance from the aoourge.Tb .
April, when they were among
official of the Mexican
ment In special column. I lie Doctor's friends lor experiment it, but properly called a spree or debauch publishes Peach decree reducing ore government c-

Mrs. H. M. Dow, who has been j The tubers started and produced pota- what earthly good is he? lie Is one-third duties tbe, abolishing so-called the Aleabalas duties on Interstate corn o "._ ...

pending the season on her place at'' toes of a large size, and are yen pro- a good fellow as the world terms it, until Sept.>> 30, and allowing tbe ue of UMnnoccupted '
through Palatka las ductive. but for business and in the hour 'of government building for the :
Satsuma, passed storage of produce for tbe poor. Commissioners ;
Saturday,en route to her home in Yew ; The Doctor calls the potato, while need his little "good time" may inter- have gone to Texas and Missouri -

Iiampshire.ThreepoundCanTomatons,10. raised in Florida. "Floridian"and will fere and a desperate criminal may slip SO purchase corn for free distribution j 1-

______ through his hands and get away. among the poor. .
cents, continue to propogate it for market Y
Honesty, well you wouldn't think fora THE TERMINAL DOOMED. .
the purposes.
Messrs. Croirnoter and Cooper,
of candidate
moment entertaining a
and fireman who went through the Wilt Have ,. O. late the U*.da e .,
engineer ipans Tabules cure jaundice. whose integrity was doubted? Certainly i

the Florida Southern dock with engine no such candidate would poll a Receiver.NEW CLOTHmIAT '

12, receiving severe wounds, are duing, Twenty pounds of Granulated Sugarone YORE June 31-Tbe Richmond .
score of rotes in the entire county.
well and rapidly recoTenng. dollar; full weight guaranteed, aGranger's. and West Point Terminal Railway and /
The list of the candidates grand tour- '
Warehouse Job,, A.
throigk
The many fnends of Will Bogero: will : nament i*now open,and if I may judgeof company
Rutherford its Iecoe4 vice president,
bt glad to learn that he expected to- It is a fixed and immutable law that the entries already made and the
confessed to Frederick HniJe-
morrow, and wily reside permantly in to have good, sound health! one must ample time yet before the primaries ?koper and judgment Reuben Foster reoeirers of COS" YM

Palatka. _____ hare pure, rich and abundant blood there is a possibility of a few voters the Richmond and Danntle Railroad ...# .. ".
Satsuma friend S.A.Baker There is no shorter nor surer route left to decide the issue. In the -' .' \
Our flights than by a course of De Witt's Sanarrilla. being company,for $181,906, due on fire notee 1<

was in town yesterday. Mi. Baker, list are several worthy citizens of old dated March 4, 8, 1ft, 30, and Mr 9. 1

informs us thai the lumber business is Charlie Kupperbusch will treat his Putnam, standing with heads bared to ,1893. The company has alto confessed ,

the of public opinion hoping judgment $33,113 to William P.
on a boom. guests to a fine dinner on the occasion lightning for .' i
a stray bolt may give them the oppor- Clyde, for money loaned on March 80,
Edward Earle, the faithful and cour-' ot the opening of his new restaurant the dear 1e x6, and for $15.065 to John C. Maben.for ;
to serve people.
teous clerk of Ackerman & Stewart,. Sunday. Charlie knows how to' pre- tunity advance of March 29. 1892. Hnide HATS HATS at COO
Now Mr. Editor, after much dill ,
koper and Foster are the two receivers
will lean to-morrow on a two months'vacation. ; pare it, too. gent inquiry among the voters of Putnam of the Richmond and Danville, appoint* It

He will go to New York by; Mr. Chas. Varney brought to our office County I have found one who ed a few days ago by Judge Bond. Ma- J_ JGents'
the Line and thence to his .k ben and Clyde were two of the three
Clyde of the finest
yesterday some tomatoes stems to be a leading spirit the Bond for the
among who applied to Judge appointment
.
Connecticut home. lie will also visit of the "Ponderosa" variety that candidates for Sheriff. I have talked of receivers for the Danville 'l/f/

points in Massachusetts and New I; we have ever seen, the smallest being with representatives from several sections COIJ)Peal Furnishing Goods
It is generally understood' that this
Hampshire._ ___ the size of an ordinary orange. Threeon and hare found very little difference action is part of a plan to put the Richmond ... ': gop

A. Grainger,the lire and energetic one bjanch resembles in aize a cluster of opinion. The party I refer Terminal company in the hands land

of oranges. Mr. Yarney Infermi to Jesse L. Burton of _Crescent of a receiver and an application for a
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Lemon has one oi Major ,
Upper groceryman, that Henderson the of the receiver for thai company i* expectedto .
the largest and most complete stocks in us seeds,has offered a,prize grower of $500 to the City. One of our pioneer citizens follow at once. Theee two' parties AT OOST. } tai HBIO

the State. lie has a good class of trade,' person sending in the largest tomato of whose jolly face is familiar wen in clod consultation all day, but .' rl 1 ]
refused to make statement in regard .
any
won by his cleverness and quality of the "Ponderosa" variety. nearly everybody in the county espe to tbe affairs of the company. lug!

goods. Mr. Grainger has two, faithful! The place to buy your groceries IS dally to those of Us who have made Their position BOW M judgment creditors And everything else in our :
.
is to them the right ,
and courteous clerks, Messrs. Stevens old Putnam our home for twenty yearsor expected give
i A. He is
Grainger's. constantly receiving Mr. Burton has lIned to name the receiver on any applicationthat
and T inch, making a trio that Is indeed fresh goods, which are sole the more.county in the capacity once,of Tax may be made. This step it is must AT COST THIS WEEKThis
go i
is taken order faciLitte
homlto equal. Mr. Grainger has such him thought, ia to
I cheap. Give a call. Assessor for 'wo and again as
tar the>> yeorgauizatioa by Drexel Morgan
a large heart that he gives "beapin'measure" : Deputy Collector four year under Co.

in everything: He tried It'' Mrs. L. B. Patton, Rockford IlL, Col. Bowen. .w is Humbug 'Si
no
Stevens said itwouldn't The Major is a stanch 'Democrat, an llnr ".n... "' _Ned. 1
on kerosine, but Mr. writes: "From personal experience J I 8Strictly
Allianceman and a public spirited citizen BoW zRsrr, Ky., Jane 51-Daring tbe
force :
work-especially on a can recommend DeWitt's Sarsaparilla.
pump, as a person is liable to have the : a cure for impure blood and general] State, about and although a quarter he of a came century to this ago severe lightning and thunder storm thai Cash Sale. Clothing,lt1

oil equally divided between the can and: debility.. P. F., Peek.. with only his Lands and a body full o!( passed over this section the general]

his face. energy as capital, be has added to that, store of W. EL Ryan at Parmleysville : Caps and Furnishings must be s 13
/-\ -
I o .S we all know, by thrift and Jndustry, Wayne county was struck by lightning.Two I ;1.
HUUry Repeating Itself. AN EYE 4 OPENEB. as fair a sample *f orange grove as we kegs of powder exploded,throwing .
Mr. Bigdon, the successful straw-! *-\ wish to tee. a heavy iron safe through the roof and ; fore moving in our New .Store ( ,

berry raiser of Peniel, brought to THE' His title, although he makes no woundisg all the occupants in the room, I
fifty in number. Several physicians
office mammoth Irish THIS SPACE boasts, was fairly won on many a gory
TIMES
a potatoon
at called in to alleviate the
were once First of where we M(
Wednesday. The growth terminated I WILL BE OCCUPIED BY field in fighting for the Lost Cause. sufferings the DDforlunate'vk'ima.Not July,
His bravery and gallantry brought him
one single occupant of Ryan's storeneaped
in the of thirteen
union potatoes, "THE POPULAR IDAHO," two promotions on the field, and his injury and many it is thought all of old Oust'r
all having a common center, emble- reputation in his old home (Alabama]) will die from the effects of the stroke. pleased to see our bolt

matical of the- union of the origi- T. M. RAY, J tor'B, brought aim civil honors there. Ryan is a gentleman of considerable --- -

nal colonies. The outer line of the Has he enemies? Well yes, I might prominence, and a farmer representative -
WHO WILL TELL TOU)- say, of course he nas. What good or of Wayne county i't't. legislature, Our Merchant Tailoring
circumference of these wonderful potatoes .
-
public spirited man has not? Still, as
-ABOUT THE GOOD THINGS
was 22} inches, weighing one was said of Cleveland, that bulwark of They Lest Tbwir f..f..* I \

and a half pounds, and resembled KEPT AT THIS RESORT. democracy, we of this precinct say of MOBILE, Jane 3 .-Christian Chalma ment must go to make 'roo.m 'for w

jagged boulders from the distant him, "we love him for the enemies he was hanged to a tree between Haling : \ ;

rockies. B.J. Riles has moved hi. fine Jew- has made," and as votes count, watch Springs and Buckatnnna, Chalma lived i'W' '
FRO Boxo PCBLICO. Stock of Ready-Made Clothing.Call
elry Store to Lemon street, opposite our primary. near the Mississippi line and a abort .
Putnam House, where he will be ;.
time his house was burned and be
Ripana Tabules have come to stay. pleased to tee his customers In future. Bright people ate the quickest to accused ago William Woods of srupp. Chat : J

Sight-BlomlBj Ccreus. recognize: a good thing and buy it. We ma was considered a bad character. I and see for yourself.

We had the pleuure of viewing on W.MARVIN, D.D.S. sell lots of bright people the Little Early Woods good standing.was his neighbor Woods and was a brought man of /

Sunday evening, for the first time, in Risers. If you are not bright these before a justice and on his refusal to forget the Cash Sale THIS OCX

the rose garden of Mrs. M. E. Boyd, GRADUATE: DENTAL DEPARTMENTUNIYEKSITT pills will make you so. P. r. Peek. commit him Chalma threatened_ to kill
Woods and later attempted it He was .
thif wonderful and Interesting plant, Or Tn '"ESgEE. overpowered and posse decided to take WEEK. J

the night-blooming cercus. This plant him to jail at Winchester. Miss. On the I ,

is wonderful from the fact that it only ''ay Cbalma threatened to murder all '
]
UNDERTAKINGSAND the guards and at Red Creek the poest
bean at night. There .ere open eight lost their temper and hanged him. i l

blooms, wafting through ,-the air a

exquisite fragrance. The bulbs are Still After Held.PHILADELPHIA .

shaped similar to and are about the -- June 23.-Th. recent

size of a bay, but aie of delicate pinkat action of Typographical Union No. 6 of JK
New York ia endorsing the candidacy Finnin
C. A
the bottom
gradually tapering to a
snow white end. ARTIFICIAL TEETH ON GOLD, SILVER EMBALMING! of Whitelaw Reid of New York for the
and RUBBER.specialty nee presidency produced a lively meet.
Under the personal supervision of ot CROWN' BRIDGE sad GOLD /t6
WORK. lug for Typographical Union No. S,
Mrs. Boyd, this garden has become one Chloride of Ethyl administered for the. palatal A FULL mnc: of METALIC, CLOTHand when the matter came up for ducusrion. .

of the most beautiful in the State-and extraction of Teetn.VAUM WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS OK Resolutions denouncing Mr. Reid A

this is saying a great deal. In our wan Roan Bciuujro! to u&.,.PALATKA..; *te i p.Fta.Offlee M.* Tt. HAND.- tad withdraw calling: upon his the Republican were submitted party, NEW HABERDASHER. ]
,s sac o. ..,=-u Mail and telegraph orders to name \
p. !promptly
denngs through the sweet-scented with manifestation .
and, though they met every : 10- '
f'-r
if' ;
pathways, we were surprised to find so attended to. of approval, the Repub'licanmembera
of the union leading formal
great a Variety, and more than pleased approval was withheld until next Sun- 41 LEMON STREETww OPPOSITE

at the tasteful manner in which. the B. L. LILIENTHAL. lay afternoon out of deference to Typographical

grounds are planned. Union No. 6 of New York.
Gp-Xight call at R. S. MOOXEY'S.
In the FaUtka Bose Garden Mrs.
rear of Putnam Fnose. fe26-l' QUck Wirt IS C.. $.
Boyd Is the possessor of a fortune of WABASH, lad., Jun. 23.-Last Taurs- ;s.

beauty and fragrance,and a Joy forever. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. day Charles Shnltz stole a horse and Fast

buggy from Ames Bent and was cap.
The New .
Discovery.You STATB or ;PIAZIDA Before Joseph E. turN and returned her Saturday. Late ,
have heard friends and I BaJctw1a.ItIq.
your taken into
Cocarr or PCTSAW County .1gdJe.1 in the afternoon be was
neighbors talking about it. Yon may To MABT H. Bun: court, and early Monday morning the 13r

yourself be one of tho many who know ulT STANDS [ To are hereby ambled that a writ of attach sheriff took him to the penitentiary, r
from ATJHEHEAD mn'.J-a Mussed. arainat TOO. and TOOT where he is to remain one year. a prJQI
personal experience just how gooda to aattefy tire demand ol C.K. Shultz was captured1 Clinton county -
thing it is. If yon have ever tried it, GUchrut ahaU amounting before to,..u. Sow 11... where he med to sell tbe ng. and Delmitre

you are one of Us staunch friends, be. von Baldwin.County appear Judge tn the and f&Joseph COOB'T.F. when Bent went after it. the man who r fir at
cause the wonderful thing about it is, at hl.office at PaUUaruoa tile HTH DAY had the horse and bnrey refused to giveit curaotrn
that when once given a trial,Dr.King's The CALIGRAPH. BOOM OF AUGUST., JadjrmeBt: 192 win, at bo 11 rend.retf o'clock. against IB the fort JOB., up unlf. Bent would pay him $35 for .

:New Discovery ever after holds a aid your property Bold to pay the debt. keeping it one day. Bent has begun
place in the house. If you have never : th att.!atk i of the June 1khra92. C. H. GILCRKI3T.Gtuu suit for his property. to
tRESPiCTFCLLYeaC >J'" WRTTISO A triUU,PUUttnAttorney. e4
used it and should be afflicted with a wortf *nr tot tirtMt Je2-4w by
cough, cold or anv Throat, Lung of SPEED. InplieitT Md rolY.Ag1h of COVSTRUCT1OX D.I.' Aa..g :regr. Pica 1_
Cheat trouble and ktnr-teet*! DUBABILTTT.r Tenn. JoneJ23.-A. riot oe-
secure a bottle at once MEJCTHIS, tt lif chit
8w..UH& \
r r XA.\IFOLDL U-E>>t.lt ::: .
. and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed &ad....., depression tu WTt JI.C. Level 6qikard T SRhDCeE tb' curd at a colored picnic near the N.- lysine i
time or refunded. ; .ppnM key for each cbracter. cad>O :-W' __
every money: lor' berbalree.edse. ional Cemetery, six miles from this
"SHirr." All p rt+ inoetChaage bU and beat \haa do not taa
Trial bottles free at Lowry & Hulse's, AnJrSTAbLE.ThU in f J ming.hetter .
!j .. Jore thetaaitk.oriBterfervwUaoMltaMiaeMor.pliximre. city, at 1 o'clock in the morning
Itt Re rd"et It b.il sod lmnro .. rmler
druggists. tUehlBoUoaeredBot upon ti bat la ETXBIXSIC WORTH l eJIo&lS\M M4.... \U_ which three men were shot or stabbed
I kloao.Pri"LAbeU". upon u. .rtnai.. fltoblaMi folk** thi trratmrat.phniaan to death, and over a dozen srloosly iaured ..'"
0. L. Whitcomb of Melrose oriMbi and leadtac matAetj ladle.
,a prom aad Qrcalan oa application. i MTIHTS TttATtO: IT MH eHf1 t TUUK.It.r.Umi. j .. __ _______ 3.
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_
inent Allianceman, was a very pleasant JAS. A. BMK, Agent, ...-. .......... br/e..rYrnpY,.+WwM : ;
l II 11IIIIn DWLL t WisHU.
caller this
at office Tuesday. .sL23,1us PalaUu.ru.
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