Palatka weekly times
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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1892
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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THEE 4 *r nrausHixa riet ro,. 00,1 : PALATKA, FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 15, IS 2. VOLUME 3-NUIBIK 22.


AUNOUNCEJOTNTS. FOB JUSTICE OP THE PEACE.I fcCMMER SCHEDCLKS. I Written for the PalaOca Tim".) OOOD NEWS. Kleetloa of#OOUwr* and C__It.....

.FOR CLERK-CIRCUIT COURT.TO J' Justiceof hereby the announce Peace for myself District a candidate No S,PaY cocm Attention is called-to the new advertisement IN MEMORIAM. The Defunct Bank Will Pay n Dividend The Gem City Guards, at their meet

THE: DCXOCKATIO: VOTEU OF FCTX.cocxnrt i County, Florida, subject to the action fit the of the East Tenn. Va. & G a.. Col. William V. Boyd was born in of as per Cent. ing on Tuesday evening, elected -the

:, : Democrat, m&U1VelJ. respectfully M.HAUGHTOX., Railway System,showing correct schedules Sumpter.S, C.. November 27lh,1812, A great many people are impressedwith following officers and commktees for

I hereby mpedfan/ announce mjrvelf M a via their various route THE: and died at his home, near Johnson the idea that a bank, after suspen- the ensuing year:

candidate Court Lot!.Clerk the caning of the Orcmlt eltcttoa.Court abject of Putnam U: FOR. ,THE LEGISLATURE. TI.YKS commends favorably Mr. J. M. Putnam County, Florida, July 9tb, e-'on'-ean' have Its 'affairs adjusted' and Treasurer-IL deMontmoliin.

the nomination of the Democratic Fartr and hereby announce mywlf va ,candidate. for Jolly, District 'eeogev' Agent of the i 1892, aged seventy-nine years. lies prepare to pay a dividend within a very Secretary-Donald GUUs.Quartermait.rLee .

Jriodljr uk rout support nomination Primaries for the to be Ltguiarnre held August at the llth.Democratic 1882. &Ytem, Jacksonville, to the, fraveling g: 'leaves.a widow,which was ,the fourth short time; but this impression is Russell.

-fU- JOSEPH PRICE. Respectfully, J. H, HARP. public. If they caunot f et information wife he had, and an only daughter to wrong, and an Injustice to the receiver, Finance Committees-W.. 1,>>. Housoy
.i and tickets desired from nearest coupon survive him. upon whom the blame Is generally attached J.D. Points( Jr., Geo. Lf Dorteh.

FOR TREASURED_ OF PUTNAM aadiditi COU5TT. FOR JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE. ticket agent, Mr1. 'JoUr willanswer He first came to Florida in 1856, but fur not "hurrying; things up." Recruiting Commluee-S.L. Lowryr
I beg to wjrtelf aa a for
ft1IOII A&tIoiat.beofDoe" DOe of County Treaatirer- office hereby of Justice announce of the my Peace* lf a for candidate the District for the of every letter of inquiry in detail, ,and did not permanently reside here. He : The eceiver .U not to blame for any Jesse E. BurU, H. II. Bnrt.

.a jec&te the action. of UM Democratic Yotarof Palatka and solicit the. support'of the Democratic send parties maps, complete schedules, emigrated .to )fissotiii, and at the I delay. The business cannot be settled Armory Committee-Benj. E. Dyson,

the County. B. L. LIUENTUAL. voters at the approaching Primaries. etc. He recommends,' however, that breaking out:of tfie late civil war he faster than the bank's. debtors will C. H. Vessmer,,S. C. Fowler.

TUB DMOCaATKJ VOTEM: OF PVTeart FOR THE LKOISLAT IlL starting point when practicable. as in a General Sterling Price, and there won Receiver Merrill, of the defunct First creasing rapidly, and the boys are mani-

CounT hereby announce _yelf aa a candidate for PcnrAri HALL FLA..Jury/.1m. majority. of cases'much money is saved for himself, by his valor'and Intrepidity National Bank of Palatka, we consider fttting considerable iiiUrest.

the emu of County Treasurer, tubject to the I announce myself a candidate for nominationfor by doing so. The local agents are the; title of 'Colonel which :lie has done well in securing a sufficient A letter from John Walton states that

'aolDllI&doaof1t.M.I"a.rtT. and JellpeeUaDJ ut the Legislature. ,Respectfully JOHN P. WALL therefore the best ones to see first wore with i dignity to the.nd of his life. amount of funds to declare a ,dividend he is catching any quantity of fine fish

TOOT tarpon. ft. J. KEXXERLV.: about tickets, etc.xsarih.TInN. He lost, two sons in the great. fratricidal of 35 per cent on every depositedIn at Summer Haven. ;'.

FOR SUPERINTENDENT or PUBLIC IN- FOR COUNTY JUDGE. NOTICE.In strife. that bank at the time of suspension.Mr. .

BTRUCTION. XoawALE:, FLA,July 4,18P2. He.lived in South Carolina during Merrill informs us that as soon as Miss Mary Ivey, who has been for
accordance with the law the
I am a candidate for the office of Probate or office
At tilt earneat aottdtatio of friend I hereby and' the shedules and checks be the week with the
of County Court Judge, subject to the action of of the Supervisor of Registration .for her:palmiest days of slavery, was can sent to past stopping familyof
announce myielf aa a candidate for the cmee the primaries and respectfully solicit the sup. Putnam overseer of some of the 1 largest cotton Washington and checks returned, the W. E. Robbins, left for Jacksonville
Baperindendent of Public Instruction,Mb Ject to county will be open three (3)
the nomination the Democratic rotors of the fort.of the Democratic votera of Putnam County plantations of-that country.. He was above dividend will be paid. Tuesday. Miss Ivey Is from Alabama.
\'; N. H.THOMAS. days in each week,commencing July 4,
County and-peettaUI auk their anpport. 1892 and reared that circle where chivalry wasa This will be a great benefit financially One ef the most coloredmen
VT. RALPH. ending on the second Saturday deserving
THOS. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. p rt'of the training the".southern to the of
of County, as a great amount
in Is Levi Lee
candidate August, 1892. from 9 a. m. to 12 in who earn
I respectfuny announce myself a
ASSES'O2. bred gentleman/and true to his leaching was involved in the
FOR COUNTY money suspension
soy nomination to the Legislature from Putnam m., and from 2 p. m. to 5 p m., namely an honest livelihood by keeping a trait
TO THE PUfCEATIC TOTEM '()f, PBTXAKCocjrrv he lived It throughout hIs 1ife>' of the bank.
ratification the and
County,subject to by approach- : on Mondays, Wednesday Mid Fri- confectionery store and fish market
: lag Democratic Ile<.fought in the war,influenced bya
I hereby annoono myself aa a candidate for Primaries.BEXJ.. E. Koaa N. days. pore paulettc-motive in L. C. L Al.As on upper Lemon street. Lee has been
the office of Tax Aaeeaaor Gt Putnam County, The district registration books will : defense of there are so many members of In[ business for a number of years, sad

abject to the Mnlaitlon of the Democratic FOR THE LEGISLATURE.I be open at some 'convenient place In those' rights. which every true citizen the L. C I_ A.. absent from town has the confidence of Palatka's. matsubstantial
uk upport. ,
,and your feels bound
to maintain that of
W. M. WILLIAMS.FOR an noun myself a candidate for rrnomina. each registration district three days in the Society has, decided to discontinue business men. We think.

-- tins to the Legislation from Putnam County, each week,for t ItO weeks, commencing ,home and fireside. the meeting until'N mber. colored man of Levl's standing deserves
coon JUDGE. subject to the action. of the Democratic Primariea. The writer of this brief narrative has
To THE DMOCBATWJ VOTEES or J"tT1r. A. )(O ROE. August 1, 1892, from 9 a. m. to 12 ro., often Jistened in admiration Mills B. P., CALHOUN, the creiilt and respect given him, as It.

Cocjrrrj and from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m., ,.tz: on wrapped MRS. B. J., RILES, President. la. usually won by struggling against
candidate for FOR COUNTY JUDGE; to the rehearsal of the noble deeds and I
hereby aaiwnnee myself aa a Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday Secretary.ThreepoundCan disadvantages.
I hereby announce myself a for
the office of County Judge of Putnam County, daring adventures of this great man.
e .aat1.1adp, subject to the action of theDemocratic J. II. MCRRYDAY,
subject to noralaatio: of the party sod respect; And whether--punuing'tbe deer in the Tomatoes 10 E. W. Creep, blacksmith and general -
Fri ariea. Respectfully, of ,
WJl.R.DKWITT.' Supervisor Registration for Putnam cents
fully ask your support. wilds of the forest the repairer Is ready to do workIn
M. L COXL. I county. or enjoying at Gnin er'a. your

FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To quiet of his ,own. fireside, his Indomitabia first-class manner at very reasonable

Tee: DEMOCRATIC: VOTEM or PCTJTAMCocimri SPECIAL, N011tt.7 .. "Late to bed and early to rise will will never forsook him. True to Good Irish Potatoes, ,23 cents. ,peck, prices. Old wagons and buggies mad.

I hereoy announce uyself M a candidate for OF-THE ft7'PLANTe BEAUTIFUL shorten the road to your home in the the Southern instinct of his birth, he at Grainger's. almost aa f good as new. jy22tGafneerlUe

re-election U the office of Tax Collector of Putnam ZANZIBAR WATER LILT- For sale skies. But early to bed and a "Little knew no fear, and no cowardice was CRESCENT CITY. ftrnaaatie Cleh

County,subject te nomination by the party, cheap; five for one dollar: seeds,three Early Riser,' the pill that makes life mixed in the composition of his nature. \ We
and respectfully ask your IGJ'POI1.'to >cents for 60 cents. Addiess W. E. longer and better and wiser. P. F. and Correspondence Palatka "Times. regret that on the second occasion
C. BLANCHARTX L'ALMEK: Lake Como, Fla. jyltfty Peek. I II Noble generous appreciative to a CRESCENT Crrr FLA.,July 12. this worthy troupe played to such a.
I kid or gentlemanly act, be would reseat from small house
but thla
"Buckeye"your correspondent on Monday night;
INSTRUCTION. Cholera Infantam has lost
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC Government Plat of Township its terrors
l aa infringement of the true moral
since the Introductions of Chamber- Welaka,.In making bones on the candidates may be attributed mainly to the delay
10, Range 23, Putnam county, on C3da with
A number of the friends of Rev. J. A wooden roller. Finder returning to this lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re a combatatlveneM that madeit failed to make any on the lead- in sending out advertising matter and
OMELET, A.x..bavinr expressed a wish that a sad hour for the violator. His heart
office will be rewarded. ;. medy. When that 1s and lug: candidates. It should run this placing tickets on sale. The hand bQl.
for the position remedy, used
he should become a je23T..W.lUtzu.. was as big as the whole universe, and
of County$Superintendent ft Public Instruction the treatment directed with eae bbdt- way: announcing their engagement were not

,be announces blinertf, for said candidacy.He I PIANO FOR SALE-A fine instru tle te followed, a cure Is certaln: j Kr. a* generous and hospitable as it was. J. W. Davis, Putnam County's next distributed until Saturday,nor were any

Is a nafre Georgia* and has conducted ment. Will be sold for only $75 cash; A. W. Walter merchantat arge. He discarded and abhored a Sheriff, with several others *n the,turf tickets sold before that time. We venture -
and ode a prominent
Institutions high grade academto In Madison coat t 250 Apply to Gem City Cigar small, mean, sordid nature with as on August llth, or thereabout. Davis I that should they return with advance -
rtofessonhlp Ill. "It cured
lejciate, reslgnlnf a 24-tl Waltersbur, says: ranch vindictivenees
Female CotleceUMako:: a home In Florida. He Factorr.'t_ ; L my baby boy of cholera lnfantum.after as he, on the will be voted in and all the rest thrown i advertising matter of at least a.
asks the votlog'iI4 Af the County to make a oherhand, appreciated and shared week
would be
.MONET TO LOAN on ImprovedCity several other remedies bad failed. the i they greeted with a*

Unac Property.<< 'GILLIS & GILLIS. child was so low that be seemed almost the hospitality His'doorf'stood'a friend wide and srentle- out.As to the Clerk'of the Court: ,large and<<: enthusiastic an audience ar

y'nCo AJISJ080R. jeU-tf beyond the aid of human I haa4totteach man.ifi nel ijtorsi l l open to Henry, Hutchinson,, with -his smiling .Fry's Opera House can conveniently
Votaaa or PVTeariCotter "* .ail rieadsk sn4 his face accommodate."A
To Tae DEMOcaano (7'.ro : SALE- Two Fine. red ; .
,: Black and Tan Puppies, the smallestIn of any meJielD* 35 and 80' b ard and fir esi ide.free to their use andenjoJlBenji' Kill curtly fill the Clerkship place/ Russian Honeymoon lr .-pla.-

I respectfuny announce myself a candidate town; one male and'one female. I cents bottles for 'sale by Ackerman &, No one crossed the three With his open countenanceAnd
for the office of Tax Assessor Putnam County. je24-3* J. B. DONNELLY. Stewart, Druggist.. told ofXi friendly disposition beautifully constructed; it gleams with.
subject to ratifteatio by the Democratic prima I dwelhngrand, went away le'will[ be elected Clerk sensation, yet there is ao lack of comedy -

ties,and solicit the support of the voters of the Fill by an ambitious young Ripans Tabules have come to stay.Ralph empty, .Money's ,woxsk,,or bestowment Without much opposition.. and In the hands of the ,Gainesville -

County.., J. P. APPLEBT. man,.:willing aftd;Active.: Address with :was no object t with him when he Tor Treasurer: Dramatic dub, is rendered with

'FOR COUNTT .ASS 5OB. particular, "WORK,";caw this paper. oM .'a .Aeei..... had It, sEnd all that he had he desired to What's the matter with Martin Griffin, striking Interest.As .

To Tel DKMOCEATIO VOTEES or Pent AMCorrrvt Ju32t.T3TA We regret to learn of the pawl accident share Wjih others. .Trod to all around Jr." ', we have said previously,the menv-

BABE: B.A.ROAIN-A tenacreGrove which has recently belen,)(or. him,hit faefulses were of ,such a gen. We,will bet our bottom ,.dollar that he' hers i of this club are not ordinary amateurs .

I hereby announce myself as a candidate far of 1000 trees, in rich hammock; Ralph Gallo, a Pilate boy, in Sanford emus character, that wife, child and get than but do their with the
theofflceof' Assessor of Putnam County, subJect all budded to choice varieties on native Mr. John Damon and family Richard parts grace
It that called his
seems Ralph was guests were .special objects of ten
to the action of UM DemocraUe: Party.M and sour stock, the buds from one to Burnham and Mr. N. 8. Robinson and of professionals. The most striking:
1'. MOORE., on by policeman to assist tore arrest der care and interest., He was a good feature U that they speak distinctly
ire old of which very
years many are now this week for
all left
bearing; be had for 1,000 on of an unruly negro, who had resisted. citizen, and filled many important family upon the stage, and sufficiently load _

FOR SHERIFF.At frtenda I announce easy mal payment. The sale will He consented to assist the policeman, trusts with fidelity. Haven that thefcan be easily heard.
UM solicitation of hereby
myself aa a candidate for the office of Include a house aed two' ere1'\ of"pine and upon advancing to take hold of the I He was a member of the Methodist There will be a larger crop of orangesin West End 0...c..1'

Sheriff of Putnam County,subject to the nomination land. Best hunting and fishing near. the Crescent City section than last
For prisoner, received several very severe Church, and died as' he lived In the We regret that our sudden mid-night.
particulars iimuuu tbU
of the Democratic voters of the County, paper.
and respectfully ask their support.J. Je3-lm t jjLsbHy rats upon his face and body. It seems I, triumphs of faithred., honored year.Mr.. Walter Chamberlain is buildingan departure for Jacksonville last web

L BUBTOlf.I'OB..BHnIJ'J' that tile negro pulled out his knife ,and and respected. A large concourse of prevented a notice of the hospital*

who is-nD-ArMiiin a practical dressmaker this desires city, as Ralph advanced, he did his bloody people followed him to his intermentIn addition and a large water tank_ to manner In which the members of this. _
a Mr. A. B.
Torhey'a new
TO rue DETOcaATio VOTKne or PUTHAMCCCXTT work at sewing or drvss-making in work. He Is in good hands, however, the cemetery at the new ,church at company entertained their friend on
and H.
J. N. Miller M. Read
: families by the 'day or week. lutes and at last accounts was resting very Johnson. Rev.-C. F. Blackburn' conducted Capt. the evening of the great national boll-

C bents respectfully announce myself aa a Terr cheap.', ,Address "*'W.;'1 .Drawer well.Mr. the, sad rites of burial, and have two of the finest orange groves on day. Tht West End boys are excellent
4. candidate for the office of Sheriff of Putnam B,..Palatka, Fla. je3-2 Gofliin, arrived here Wednes- Crescent Lake.
County at the approaching election"subject to lay, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. made some very appropriate and Mrs. George N. Beach and children entertainers, and never fail to- make
the nomination by the Democratic Party and $ -ORANGE GRVOE FOR SALE. Spencer although the wound is not eulogisticremarks well befitting the those around them feel at home.

kindly oak your trpport. X.C 000DSON. Two miles from Palatka, containiug 30 serious but painful, we hope for occasion, and *tbe audience sang left New this York.week for a summer outing in The address of welcome was made by

FOR JU8TICC OF THE PEACE. acres Trees,of 100 land of ,which fenced are; 300 old bearing Orange Ralph's speedy recovery. sweetly and softly "Nearer my God to The firm of Cone & Chamberlain Judge Irving Gillis, who, In his usual

TO tae: DEJtOCEATS OT PTTEAM Cutlery: trees. Also, Peach, Plum and other t 'STRATED.-Came to the sub Thee," as his remalns"were borne to has been changed to Chamberlain & impressive manner, assured the boysof

I respectfully a.oonnobmysetf a*a candidate fruit. Good house and water; near scriber on July 7th 1892, two male their last resting place. Kind friends Campbell Mr.Campbell having bought a hearty welcome. He made some .
for the office o{Justice of the Peace for District in the
Station :)lr. Cone's interest store. Mr.
Lundy Pitee. $1,000.Address mouse-colored Mules about and deft hands had varied 1m-
apparently woven
nomU very complimentary remarks regarding
No. .Putnam County,subject M. II. TaJatka Campbell is a young man of high
DALTON, two or three years old; branded on mortelles of beautiful flowers into the
nation In the coming Primarlea. and him Department, which were enthusiastically
Florida. ( standing, we bespeak for success
my20QTDuane left thigh and JAW. Owner will please
Co JL W1GO. forward bouquets, wreaths and crosses, that in his new undertaking. | | received.
come prove property, pat
FOR TREASURER.: Bros.' market Is always charges and tau, them away. adorned his coffin and._ grave, where he Ice cream, cake, sandwiches, lemonade .
with We believe De Witt's Little
supplied Fresh Northern and truly
rJ.erebt'pifer my name at, a candidate for OlaoOce Florida Meats. JONATHAN MANN IN0. now sleeps the sleep that knows no etc., were abundantly served, and
of County Tre nrer,fofgectf V"/ /olidt.y mh21-tf lIoLLisTER, FLA., July 12. waking until the resurrection morn. Early Risers to he the most natural, the boys had a "high old time" until

tug the support of the Pem ntia-FrtBurieaof' g""FOR SALE; -Three Small Houses 1yl5-tf_ T. W. RALFH.HOLLUTER most effective, most prompt and economical late hour.
Putnam County. near Union Railroad Shops. Host be pill for biliousness indigestion
1/ Ja. Brand Milk 10 cents FLA., July 12, 1892. II you want anything to be a
MARTIN GRIFFIN sold at once, and a great bargain can "Tip Top" can, and inactive liver. P. F. Peek. ,

FOR SHERIFF be had by addressing C. F. DENISOX, at Grainger's. From the PIney WoodsOf place It under the supervision of the
P. O. Box 201. ap22-tf Order Railway Telegraphers. West End Hose Company. .
I hereby announce myself a candidate fort Rtmarki by Bill Nyt." I the North to the Everglades of
Sheriff of Putnam to the action A branch of the Order of
County, subject Railway
.A.LATLGL"f1I1U.. MARKET. the South It Is a truth In medicine that the
of the Democratic primaries, and solicit Bill YJ'e latest book is now being ., druggists are besieged by in
Go Duane organized
to Bros. for First-Class Telegraphers was
the support of my fellow-ctdaena. Beepectf issued in a special edition for the East people with every shade of Rheumatism smallest dose that performs the cure is .
JOHN W. DAYI3.L Bleats, Poultry l etc. Everything first- : this week, and the following. officers the best. De Witt's Little Early Risersare
I class. Free delivery to all parts of the Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Rail inquiring about Dr. Drummond'sRemedy. were elected: the smallest pills, will per fonr;, the
city. del3-tf road. It contains 504( and .250llustrations. "Will it (cure me?" And
FOE CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.At pages IL EL. McDonald, P. C.; R. C. Bre- cure and are the best P. F. Peek.
the earnest saUdtatlcm of mane friends The book formerly sold :the dnuggist points to the fact; that the
I3T Cox TO THE FRONT J I have C. T. J.B. Boer A. C. T. A.
HENRY )rte:cHUtSON' announcea himself asa ; ; -WitT N.t!"
for but now be had by sending Drammond Medicine Co..48-50 Maiden .
some (rood Kansas City to $3, can I
candidate for curt of the Circuit Court of C. Hamerick, Secretary and Treasurer;
Putnam County subject tothe approval of the trade for Palatka property, orange 13 two-cent stamps to B. W. Wrenn Lane, New York, offer a reward of We acknowledge,with thanks,the receipt -
Bobbins T.
W. E. S. C. F. Mann J.
and if grove or Florida land and a small for their ; of that splendid little book, "WhyNut
Democracy at the next Primary Election General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 1500 a case remedy will not ,
nominated win perform the duties of the office amount of cash. Address, with description Knoxville, Tenn. It Is guaranteed to I cure. That kind of answer is satisfyIng T.; Mr. Graaam, L S.; Geo. A. Mun- ?" a present from the authoress,
faithfnDy. of your property, P. care of dee O.So
Miss Lucia B. Grin of Albia
the blues than other and the sufferer planks down five Iowa.
PALATKA TIMES.: cure quicker any
The title of this will be the
C i.ucroIL lodge
FOB TAX : Griffin it will be
known remedy, and the pnce is within dollars and goes home and Is cured. Miss remembered, is
I hc leare to announos myself.a candidate lyjesse E. Burtz, having left the the reach of all. Not only relieved! but Cured. Agents Gem City, and it organizes with thirty: an elocutionist and mimic of high art..
for the office 'of Tax Collector of Tutnam Arlington Hotel, has secured limited six members. She entertainments Palaiia.
County, subject to the action of the Democratic number of I'OOmIlumWled in the most A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries wanted Palatka may feel congratulated upon gave in
last season to packed housss when she
Primaries, and respectfully solicit the ,
support day friends. rented approved at a style.nominal These cost rooms to the will right be at lowest prices at Grainger's. Captain J. E. Lucas has establishedthe this new "feather, In her cap." won the admiration of everyone.., It
THOMAS \ Can and examine goods and get prices Palatka and
V. OAUTTE1L. parties. Apply at this office.SALE. Crescent line of steamers TO THE crnzsafc PUTNAK COUNTT was upon urgent request of our citizens "

FOR -SHERIFF. and be convinced. Also Hay, Grain and the swift little Escort made the that she appeared the second time.
I7Foa .-N ar Palatka, a and Feed. first trip Thursday. I hereby announce myself as an In-
TO TBE DlKOCKATIO TOTEM or Town We are pleased to Inform our readers
twenty-one acre place, containing tiOO dependent candidate for the office> of
Cocimr: trees and 500 fruit trees. Fishing Tabules that Miss Griffin will be with us again
Ripans banish
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for orange pain. Sheriff of Putnam County, subject to
the office of Sheriff of Putnam County, *b eeS boating, bathing; first-class in the action of the voters in the coming the coming season.
to the,action of the coming primadea.t1 every way Price, $ ,,',qp. Cu. Vos We regret to learn of the alight In- "Why Not?"treats many useful i

IX r. JOHNSON.. DUISBUBG, Palatka P. 0. ja.293.gw.A.N1'mTo C. SNOW'S dispositlod of Bailey Robbie election. J. H. SHZLLET. jew[ and Is worthy the perusal of:

Big Bargains! ia: Groceries of all
It's main reference
FOR SHERIFF.To exchange or trade : one. howevf
rat DEMOCRATIC VOTERS or PCTXAJI $1,500 or a $15,000 Orange Grove and I hon STREET, Opposite Pntrum FOR SALE. kinds, at Graioger's.E. a key to the pronunciation of

tCOCVTV Dwelling, In Putnam County, for Faatka House, Palatka, Fla. Residence in C. :Post ha returned from Jaclr-and the proper formation of we
rat the solicitation of my friends I respectfully House and Lot. Address W LTD1Tnox.u FINE MELONS, TOMATOES, -
same building.R. sonvffle, where he has been for the past ,sentences. -
announce myaeif a candidate for lao office jal-tf I "ei'
of Sheriff u the ensuing election,subject to the S. MOONEY, In C&aige.BD&B :STRING BEANS and ONIONS.P. week OR baeraess.Mae. Chase Jk Banborn's 4.t" .
raUflcaUeo. by the DomaeratH Primariea and I *GQ,Jo-'DCAne Bros. tor everything 25 cents l
kindly ask the support of the Party." you want in the way of Fresh i GrTELmTUB Wttt BB- BARRENTINE, ..X.W. ad Beanie Hailehe Coffee, pound ltVEl t'J.
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,lag piled plucked at that where point one'afriendddtsoeverthat to the proces ofbe- ,Notice; to> the 1'ublic ; 'FREDERICK BAHLAY) ,

[ their necessities have become so rda.t':

!great that it I* absolutely neeesassf to After tbU'dxte all orders .smountini P1llcilI2'llollso P llara
have[ ftumedtsAe: sefclem* .U."..Mr Brt to less than fire dollars must bepaldfor ... .

ley wa a shrewd man. but he made a la cash.

mistake at this point. _The colonel's We trust our friends will not think & Paine acd a Paper r N3A [Ic.I'AtATKA
visit and questions him to believe I that we are not willing to accommodate .

that be must have discovered himselfto them but the expvuiefor ketpingand F i.

be in a desperate case and bad come collecting such accounts exceed ,

for,further .advance,.so he .answerec: : the profit on them. Orders received at THE TIMES offline

"Well now, coloneL to tell yon the Fol fire dollars or (more a credit of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _jyitf--

tCUAPIU truth,I am pretty hard pressed just now. thirty days will be granted to reliable woe-are wE iK.-- ---- 3.1>E.IL1TATKU .

and I have already had your statement parties. For auy time over thirty clavs, who tB Tr SJMt

made up with a view to asking you to I I 10 per cent. will be promptly chargev MEN licnoraaoa vignr, BODY.have M1.M trifled and away MAN their.

make me a liberal payment." I Soliciting tour trade and a *lstance, HOOD canting trrriM drain

TbJa wa the ilrst time tn his life anybody that we may serve you satisfactorily! Violins, Banjos, ep.o tile wells of lifs, Headache,
had intimated to and to our mutual advantage, we are Backache,DreadfoJ UreaM.Waknn*of Mem.fry. .
Henry Gregory I .Piaiple npoa the late.and all the effect
that they wanted him to pay them very truly.TILGHMAXWILSO leading to early decay CoMnmptton or Insanity*
CO.PALAm send tor IHK Oi LJfK.(sealed)free, with
that wee due and it had a
LMITIAaaaL pretty good proeir' in a coy wbo eoaJ4ale.p money very STRINGS SHEET MUSIC.&C particulars of a hoot*cure. So ti:a* No PAT
FLA June 1 18U2.ielolm
peculiar effect on, him. Though notbusiness a i UR. PARK U, 940 X Cherry,
under such circumstances.
CHEESLE89 { man he was not a fools and by I .7" XanhrlUe, Tenn.WOMKX .
The colonel went up to the boy,
sort of quick intuition he grasped the
December after touched him with his foot,'ana the boysprang.to a THE MUSCAL WORLD, who have Hedarbes,
whole situation. in a moment. Hturned All Prices for Cash or on terms to
noon in the rear his feet with such suddenness Backaeaes, S"nalrta Scanty.Profos .
1897; a fine mi t- aa to startle his visitor. red then he turned pale andseemed Important Arra>n( sn Bt Between Tw. suit oc3-3m S I CK and Fateful .MMtftnuk*
tlon. Disorders and l>i"pUc <
about to break out, but by aHcf' .
tvll Known H.n.es.Who
t t \ lug rain had "Well, what d'ye want?" came lo mate of the Womb and Sexual
\ been fallingsteadily quick;abrupt speech from the boy. has not heard of the worlcaruou Urnns.Barrenne**, ,
Chamberlain's Eye and should send for VTOMANIt B tSJan
'''' all cla1.n&1dngaU "What are you doing beret asked the STEINWAY PIANOS? And who : (.sled). free, with particulars for horn cmr*.

those colonel.'Sleeping. in the South has not heard of LUDDEX A certain Ointment. So 8cientln CCBK >o QiMliflcaUons PAT Unlinlted
who were compelled cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, I Expe
Hence Careful l>iacno.is sad Honest
& BATES SOUTHEKX Music HOUSE? = Reps.eatatlom -
to be out "Is this the best place you can findr* Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Bead Old are the Beets of oar socceo Ad-
t doors thorourh11 -Tea" For twenty-two years this well known Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, dress C. W, PARKLE )(.D..
I Dl't 340 y.Cherry NaI'bYUle' ,Tenn.DEFORMITIES .
chilled and UWbat.I.I.fOUI' name?" music house has been identified with Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples I .

S uncomfortable.Toiling -John. leading pianos and organs only. .It sad Files. It is cooling and soothing I !

S 4. op along "John what 'll.i aims always to give its customers the Hundreds of cases have been cured by

northwesternLonlsians red hill in "John Dewson,1 best obtainable at the lowest and easiest it after all other treatment had failed. i Club CroM Feet Eyes, Hip,Hair Joint Lip Wfa Curvature*., and of all the,t.JnDI.Uplne

in "How old"are you" terms. Therefore it has secured the U Is put up in 23: and 50 cent]vexes. ties of the Hands, Army Legs and Feet, rad

"Fifteen- r .i.isaxts.ar wholesale Southern agency for the ically cured.
motley procession "Where are you golngt' ,. Steinway Piano, which it will sell al-

came first a "Texas." was at the lowest New York prices pie W. & W. M. DAVIS, DISFIGUREMENTS.
y heavy family "WhatforT '
and on accommodating terms Never
Superfluous Hair, Win Marks, Moles, eta
carriage drawn "To get a llvtn':" buy a piano' nr organ without writing ATTORNEYS AT CAW painlessly and perfectly removed. Bend for
by a pair of "Know anybody there I.udden & Bates S. M. U. at its home TataabI treatise on t\echore. Addr***,
C. W.P PARKER )( bmy.
stanch coach "
"No. .. office, Savannah, Ga., or seeing its *- ate X Cherry,Kashrill.Tens.nQKEV .
rV horses, whose "Where are your people""Dead. agent for your vicinity. This course Hickmin-KtnneriY Block. Lemon St".tPabtka.

drooping heads ," and for the first time 'theboy's will save money and regrets. Fla. .2.ly 1UY-f and wo
'm" and bedraggledlook lip quivered and his voice seemed MK( sufferingMEN from any
as they plodded wearily along to lose for a moment the defiant ring Bucklen's Arnica Salve. valuable wn-k on t'..tr:affliction can(sealed secure)free a,

showed the fatigue of steady trareL which had run through his answers. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, E. E. HASKELL, and learn bow the+ can U cnr/J at botw, by
writing PRo P*RK>R* Ct>_MO N CKKXKY ST,
The driver's seat was occupied T5y a negro "W e11.1ad.lt1a a hard journey on foot, BOW DO i TAJTD? : Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, L.VVYER KAnriu.BTEjii Btt.rwrirtoday delays
man about fifty yean old who rejoiced and we are going that way and have are dangvrou Please .late TWIT troudle and (
in the sonorous name of Anthony plenty of room, so if you will, you can strong effort of the will he controller Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, how long afflicted ayv ,I

Bartholomew Gregory, abbreviated by jump In one of the wagons. and go with himself and said quietly "'Letmehav Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions Omo*-8 oond atnet. WMMHM Court J _
common consent to "Uncle Tony.** 11&." h* statement." and positively cures Piles, or no P UTXA. FLOKIPA THE

Old Tony was huddled up In a lump, : Tm obliged to you," repUed the lad. It was handed to him and without pay required. It is guaranteed to give ...

with a heavy blanket on his knees and I in a softer tone than.he had yet used further conversation he went to his Perfect satisfaction,money refunded;

well wrapped up in a thick old overcoat, "but Pve footed it so far, and I reckonI hotel Getting to his room he openedup price 25 cents per box. For sale by SEARING & EVANS

with heavy gloves and black slouch hat. I can make it the rest of the way., the statement and: looked at a pat LOWRY & HCXBE. ,

Nothing was visible of him but his flat I At this point Janet, who had been mass of figures which were a* Greek to SUMMER BATES. -DXALU* ijr-L. StearnsVind\ Mill

BOM and a pair of bright black eyes as I awakened by the stoppage and who had him except aa to the conclusion where

yet. nod:.mmed by age While it was come up behind her !father rushed into appeared a line la red ink "Balance The Georgia Southern and Florida Hay, Grain Feed
quite Impossible for hjm to get wet the fray. due Bartley & Co., 1169,334.20." The ,

through yet after the fashion of his Why papa the poor boy b all wet. colonel had never fainted In his life, Railroad is DOW preparing rates for the Flour Meal

tribe he was keeping up a steady monotone through; of course he must go with tie,"- but he felt very much like U at this travel out of Florida to all Summer Resorts Crits l r

of grumbling all to hlm&lf.Nlt and we will get Uncle, .Jim to make moment, and he sat down feeling Tery; which will shortly be placed on >

up dar Blncher. 'clar to goodness yon him a nice place in one of the wagons ick. And Cotton Seed

Issuttinly de most laziest beast ever where he can be comfortable." Henry Gregory had never before known sale.This line is the shortest and fastest MealOT w ry

seed;" with that be would flourish his The boy's face softened still more financial worry' but after the first O rrICE ANT WAttZHOCSE:,

whip as if be were going to cut the lazy but he showed no sign of yielding.The shock he had faced it like a man. Ee out of Florida,carrying the West India N.LAUBA I>raja> Hirer Steam I I00a

Blucher Into pieces., and would wind up colonel had made rather unusual went home and took counsel of his wife and Florida mall to all points Wes 1 .

by giving Mm a gentle tap that had not effort for him and was about to turn the result of which was the conclusionthat and Northwest. Trains arrive and depart I snteed.Terms-Caah. Lowest Market Price oc&mCELEBRATED .

ooe-tenth the effect on Blucher that the away, when an Idea struck him and it would consume his entire property from Union Depots Palatka and

insulting speech had. Theft old Tony be turned again to the boy. to pay his debts. Fortunately Mrs. all BEA: '
Macon. Connection made with :rrry' S
would break out again: "Where ...you from?" Gregory had a"good property whichwas
"You 'P leou. If day is a wus Creek -Jawgy not In any way encumbered. They; lines in Macon with the vestibule limited

on die yearth dan Blucher, you is dat That settled the colonel."Of found a purchaser for everything except for the Carolinas, Virginia andthe

creeter." whereat Napoleon would prickup course yon 'will go with us., I Mme fifty slaves which, they reserved East, and with through sleeping I
his ears and for a few moments and enough live stock to haul
step like td ..lads who have got their own line for resorts in Tennessee Kentucky -
out briskly, only to relapse into the way to. make show Independence,'so them to Texas; surprised the Savannah car Pianos and Organs

weary plodding gait that teemed to yw to make the thing square I will hire factor by paying him off'in full settledup and all points .4 orth and North U

Tony so greatly. you and to-morrow* wB 'agree on everything 'and found themselves west. Sleeping cars between Palatka

After a few moments old Tony ,.. the terms." wHh Mty slave .and twenty-five, thanBand and'l'i con. For Catalogues,sddreM, The lightest, strongest,moil durable,

eomnenoed: "Well ob aU de foolish- "Thanky air.'HI be glad to go along. : dollars la eh ready tor anew TralnsleaTe as follows: tai been built and in constant toe foe 1

est things I ever heed on diayer notion o*ye on them terms." start is a' new country and at the time A. x. P. K.Fatatu. DANIEL K- BEATTY wMblngt, N. J. years, has stood the teat of time is a

of master's ls de west*, J" think thia story opens had been on the aced .<.... .. 5:40 8:15 suitable for sli classes of work. Ask .
ob one ob de test men In Ja wgy brealdn CJUP1ozin. sane aix W'efb.To ATTACHMENT NOTICE. for illustrated
Hampton .. . .6:51 9:37 matter giving deacrip-
up all In a minit and draggta hisself CoL Henry Gregory ,waa the third el [ M ooarunrl) Lake City..803 10:55 TN CIRCUIT count,FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR ion of our wheel lade if I ltb maIlable
and Miss Martha and little miasey, and 1 CUlT of Florida,la and for Putnam County
his name. His grandfather rat s> Virginia For folders and other information. Carrie GUns iron felloes strongest and lightest
KM and pd ole Uncle Jeamea and all de rtalntUt. ) wheel in the trade.
colonel in the revolutionary.war apply to va. I Attachment.
rest ob,'em way off to Texas,-whardeInjuns who h4 emigrated after the war\ to i Notice to Debtors and Creditors. X C. KAPr, JAS. MXNZIES: Satins A.Retnbart, d.feaX I We build all sizes of both power and

11 have all we all's akelps in no lower middle 'Georgia and 'bought, an HAYING Traffic nager. Gen. Agents TIM defendant sad all persons Interested are pumping mills, general Wind Mill sop
.. Git dar Blncher. hereby nqvlred to appear and plead to the
up estate on which. he had lived many I A the estit of Benjamin. Lovelace, deceased Macon,Ga. Palatka. declaration Bled in this cause on or befor the piles 9f all kind rank work of every
,. Inside .the carriage CoL Henry Greg.oq ieara. dying at a good old'ag -and leaving late of Putnam County Florida, will FIRST DAY OF AUGUST next the FIRST und a "p< his wife Mrs. Martha, and their present. them to in*, duly nriled, within the If dull, smritless and stupid; if your MONDAY of August issz; and they an hereby anteed. .
his large posseeriona to his only son, time prescribed by law; and all '{tenons indebted notified of the Institution of this rait by attach*
little daughter. Janet, a brli"bt1ttl.. the second Henry. ,, to said estate will make torment to me. blood is hick and sluggish; if your ap- went and that the property of said defendant Will give farmers and others whole
miss of thirteen, were all making themselves JOHX H. HARP, has been attached to satisfy the claim of the sale prices where we have 1m. ent..
Henry Gregory, the second served lathe } and uncertain
Administrator Estate B.V.LLoveisee.CanctrT petite capricious yon plaintiff in this cause
comfortable the *
a* as weariness Creek war .. Jackson, but with CITY,TLA.May 27th, 1892. need Sarsaparilla. For best results prtll2t1l,I'" J. H. SUELUrr. Sendfor our large 72-iae Illustrated
begotten of a long journeywould I wyl7.awMex a and mention this
aj3 Sheriff.. Catalogue
that brief exception his whole life woe paper.
take De Witt's. P. F. Peek.
allow Th. colonel Uy back with.a
passed on his plantation looking after'his '.
worried look on his kindly face; Mrs. Managing his and .................eeeeeeeeRKOULATK Address all correspondence to the
Gregory,pleasant'' 'and rather handsome crops negroes DRt7NKrNNEss!: ,*r th* LIQQOH'HABIT I
dispensing a liberal hospitality. He STEARNS :MANUFACTURING CO.
lady of early middle age leaned icanMusng Cured a' Bean in Tea Days by Adatrnls-
had two children a son and a daughter, .
back in her corner with an expressionof the daughter dying in her teens; the trlns Dr. Hs l.*.. Oe1dea ap.c i.. s : rahiVtf Connerjville Ind.,.. S. A.
face which seemed to say that she :
was "resigned to fate. Janet after son.Henry the third was appointed a It can be given in a glass of beer, a ..

exhausting ber parents any with the usual well cadet served at West two Point years, graduated on the frontier fairly, cup of coffee or tea, or in food, without .: THE :. I MOET SAVED K MONET MADE. I

numberless about the country, and then while at home the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely 2 STNUCH LIVER : saw a to M orals oar evsry dollar yn psa.i. :
on furlough, AND BOWELS .
and the people, and the streams, and Writ for oar SBsnunoth Catalog a worse.beoks.talaleg
harmless and will effect .
becoming captivated by pretty Martha a lastrsdon and flrlat lowmt masafaetarsrs
the thousand ot.berhing'l that children : PURIFY S *
THC BLOOD. pries,with .ubd.nra'dlseeat
find to ask questions about had fallen IloUlns promptly resigned, married permanent and speedy cure, whether : A HLUKI KMCfiT : of Try kind of goods sad sappli msntifunirsd
and settled down. This third Henrywas the patient Is a moderate drinker or an FOB sad teportsd IBM th*Uaited 8tats. Oroesrl** \
into a light slumber.Following : Lfrpww.Bl.........s..ab..,..... : Hovssbold Goods. rant& *. c othk LMUsVaad
the carriage came a ball a strong, handsome man.very generous alcoholic wreck. It has been n:1in' : p.*'....rss*>...,n..a. In..T.a.e. : tt* t**Clerking and Fvalshair Ooids,Dr***
dozen of covered and liberal the soul of honor, inclined thousands of cases and in every instance Dt.t.ees, ... ...IuJ... >>7-Nvr. Uoods. Whit Goods. Dry Goe a. liats. Csp,.
emigrant wagons I to be hasty in temper and totally a perfect cure has followed. It : efertn ....CIIo ... aU ....... the : Boots and Shoes, blorw, 2fqOons, tiiasswar.
laden with household goods and about ."_.. Lhrw mmt Bw.. 8ta tlon ryW Uh es Cloea. jwslry, SUTsrwsr.
I i lacking in those business qualities never fails. The system once impregnated :Birifte* Wbp.lvtesltnal Inplvmata, -U.oxa .
ntpsa T.bsks
I which had enabled his grandfather and with the specific it becomes an : ...... .== P4..NLey rfeti.u M : LUST CLAM GOODS. Cauioo. *nta
\ Liniment a,.,..-. 01M tm.d"L" et. receipt of>a srata for nprtntn. W*are U*
\ I father to accumulate the broad acres ntter impossibility for the liquor appetite : Bold y dr.gt. A ww eWe wt y-.II : *Jy concsra which ssUa at naag/aetarrs* pries*.
and the two hundred slave he had in to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 5 reoI$ AddrwTHE airing th* bvysr.th* sans distout dat the.
herited. He was an ease-loving man, age book of particulars free. Address : MIPANS CHEMICAL CO. : Btaantaetarsr gives to the wa.oa-Je hrr. W.
j I IP u tnact vrsxxr nw roan: crrr. (varaat** aa nod* M rprsntd: tf Bt found
who was happiest when his spacious the GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race :....... : so, mosey rfand ad. Good Mat by express K
mansion was well filled with his friends, Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. .NIN.N..eN..N..N.NFIFTH might. with prtrllsfS et uaaludaatoreal../.

I very proud in his way and with strong forMAN BKATTTS PI AJI OS .AND ORGANS. iaQttJft y arrest, c leago. EL I
I prejudices, altogether a type of the very JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM !

best planters of the old regim. Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great COUSTY. FLA. WE WILL PAYA

I This third Henry had also two children Organ and Piano manufacturer, is ,
salary of e16 to 990 POT week to GOOD gents
a eon and daughter. Henry, the building and shipping more Organsand Mrs. E.: C. Ceawelvs. to isp ensat as m.tJaa4..U*w gmMralHa
fourth as he was commonly,called, was \i roroclnsan *of M.rthsadi. .t atiaqtsctnrvrs'pries. Onw
Pianos than In 1870 Mr.Beatty .
at the time our story a student at ever. Charles F. Avery, First Jfa- \ of VBOS W.0 waxy irony J TMMt inn.
opens tonal Bank of Lock haves Mortne Arn.T. Catalog sad pcrUcolars sst oa rct
I home *
the institute and the left a penniless_plowboy, J .
Virginia military F ena-et aL i 29 sats tot xprsssag
daughter Janet ha already been, mentioned and by his indomitable will he has T T APPEARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT or A. KARPEN CO. !
; worked his way up so as to sell so far 'haf tb-;HASKELL,Agent of the Complalnaat, in Qmaq aire.t.,Chicago.Q. i
nearly 100,000 of Realty's Organs and defendant,the First National Bank, of
About a year before our story.open*, andBEAST Lock Haven Pa,is a non-resident of the State EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
lanes since 1870. Nothing seems to of Florida,and
\ the colonel being one day in conversation aaJr&: is ncksownIt
r obstacles laid in his is therefore indaDc.
dishearten him th* :
\ ll'wtLf with his head man. Uncle Jim, was that would have wrecked the First National Rank of Lock HITCH, ra.. ALL FEROS3 IXTKREaTED: WILL TAKE \
4 informed.by that worthy thatowing to way, any cla.pesd. answer or demur to the Bill of Coso- -that th*nndenrif bare been appointed "--..
r'. the deterioration of the lands and the: ordinary man forever, he turns to an plaint filed herein,on III'before the SIXTH DA Y by the County Judge Putnam Covnty.la "
,. OF Jt-iE. D. tar .., bf the of
""" advertisement and comes out of it ; otherwise a decree pre Eseraton last win and testament
great increase in the working force on onfesso will be entered against it. LEONARD HOLMAN, deeeased; and three
the place fa.nD.1J1g'waa no longer a brighter than ever. His instruments, It t*farther ordered thai this notice b* pub* haring debts and elain againt....ta.ca will
WHAT 0YE'W.Ln'r as is well known are very popular and llebed core a week for fonrooaseeatiT*weeks lat resent them for payment to .. at !prIa* .1d.
paying business, The colonel had him- found all of the hlatta Weekly Tlaie, a newspaper pnb- iphle,without delay.
fifty slave of all ages, and following seif..in a hazy: sort of, way had an idea are to be In parts shed tn said Crusty and Circuit. The* indebted to said eetate win smtl with
w r1d. We are informed that during Done this May 4th,A.I). 18112. ns. KOHKRT; L. HOLMAX
these of much of
again a couple cows that hia baudal affairs were not flourishing }"
intends fleD WRIGHT Clerk. EDWARD P. HOLMAX
the next ten he to
extra breed were being prodded alongby and Uncle Jim seemed BO muchdisturbed FOR rears [loLl |!T DYK. KIRBY.2).C. March 25,l 92. 1tlecetcrs.nbZt4w .
200,000 more of his make, that means E. E. HASKKLL,ComplaUanrf SolUitor.
i. two black urchins riding. a pair of over tie state of affairs on
a business of $20,000,000 if we i ;
stool mules.On the plantation that he concluded to go hem at $100 each. It is already theargest I. I: i
; Purcell
the topof the long Kill the caravan down to Savannah and *e*his factor. business of the kind in exist.ence. nyt4wHOMES
had been climbing for the last fewmlDotE'S He was received by his factor a bland Vr2
l Send to Daniel F. Ueatty, Washington -
stood a widespreadlng live oak. man with the usual factorial conscience Fry atefliSTHE New Jersey, for Catalogue.: ATTORNEY .
end as the carnage approached the with much urbanity, because

'. had be not i>1 twenty years 'mad* a Ladies are Unfortunate In Genial Florida And .- .-at Law, ........,.. Crt
rrrrt old Tony's bright eye spied handsome fortune,out of CoL Gregory B....w
something under the tree that aroused and there was not one of his clients because the higher they rise In societythe 57-ln practice la aU Conru. ALATKA j;

his curiosity and instantly halted the more careless about settlements. The weaker they find themselves bodily

carriage. Col Gregory put hi head. at into business.
colonel plunged once
out and rather impatiently said: doJ stand Rhley's Philotoken controls the nerves /"IRAHGK GROVES, FROM TTTK TO TEJ DRUNKENNESS j
L "What are stopping for TO1J1bytbinc "Bartley. how financially aids nature in her various functions, \ ACRES,bearinr and coming ta this season.
you. "WelL colonel do yon know that I was Also Wild Land 7 drrldediBto flr* sad wa
c wrong?" Just thinking a day.or two since that I STDARD.For: : and thus combats with the many ills of acre lots, to salt JIVe....... Every Mhrr lot Oe PIe
given away to actual setUen .Sraow Hasty .11.-17 c.tired
Dunn marstcn 'pears like dry la agarf had better speak to you I am realty womankind successfully. If your For f nh r pardcnlars,addnt .7R..............s; J r.tOTOM. atalatr'
pusson under dat tree"The affairs J. P. APPLES '.--. sreeta..,
afraid that your need lookinginto has it he will order it It.. ..
colonel instantly threw open the dinggist not got U2Z.tr FrulOand.Fla. -.rMt1lnd... "-- r wtl.k..N gtae ias
or .
closely. Mar a sip 01/- Sr ....a s 10M",
nr ;:unped out in the road and apys > : for you for $1 to bottle, from Chas. F. wi.j.f: wat <
make atatementt.odayr' :
me a
you up SaleBY .J id.T 5i
*.area the form under the tree. Aa Etisley, wholesale druggist, 62 Cortland BRIGHT sermons. Keen wee, S.. __ta..u..ut'. ewdRair.rtII ?w t
'tame near be found it to be a boy Now a* a matter of fact, the wily St., New York. Send for a descriptive current cdmment. Strong I Mw ITiiEJ. *iliTinLA:?rT. laM.'AktOsY errs S BBVfMt. to.tao..dt.*.B\..*.*'

nUr lourtecn or fifteen years of factor bad for several days had that pamphlet, with directions and certificates 1 Ii., lllelfPMta...,M--: ..u.aes tD
_ad in the waiaat-colored, woolly IdeutIea1atat.ement.m his desk, and had ;t.LDRUGGISTS from many ladies who have discussion"( of .great subjects "t eLD.&be 114.....aDD. tir.N. .ZUL

ado jeans of; the southern OUDoo been studying It daily, with a view to used it and' can't say enough in favurof Sample copy free I ..py' teos .Mt'a..aOr.R to.h _

lying asleep with a bundle deciding whether the colonel had aiV Blale, Philotoken. Tbs Outstka Ucloa k'eIACUIIIIU

ia bead, There was" certainly : dt 8S>rXAB?,Draggtsaa,
Ripans Tabules banish pain. lfnr York.e .
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oint WMHIXGTON LETTER. THAT -- va31r4 ] 1U'oHttrfl' "" the-'Xuer; .-: : ::
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WAS-xai oTor Jcl.i lJI raaua..a B."be.: ; xCOllffiUOflPodeFs Stomach, Bowels, Xfknty comfiT OFFICERS

,. r' PATTERSON;; FLA. Jul.9.EcUtor and Blood. I'
Carnegie' kkked out r Js.dc Criminal Court el Record-immf
The murder of -
Falitka Time n' illS R j Dr. Mozley's} Lemon Elixir Is a pleasant

workman bj Pinkerton's mercenaries There appealed in the, columns of & lemon drink that positively cures Guui.Esq.

Rent a shudder over the civilized world, THX: TIMES of the 10th'nIL, resolutions SickReMedyFOR all Billiousness, Constipation, Indigestion tUmnty goUdtor-Joreph IL spa; rl..

and furnished the voter of the United passed by the San Mateo Sub Alliance, all Sick and Nervous Head Clnk- X. BlackweU.

aches Kidhe Dizziness, Loss Judge Countv Coon-Joseph E. Baldwin,Esq.
State evhat*sort of "protection"republican
just expressing severe censure upon my Fevers
of Chills
Appetite, Palpitation County ConmiMinners C. Butler Chair
legislation give to the humble head for action on my part in HORSES, CATTLE AND POULTRY of Heart and all other diseases caused man, T. N., Gander L. U.Morgan IL 8. Min-

wage-earner. Jerry Simpson aptly said the recent Democratic Convention at by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys ton W. R. Bowen. TIle Board meets the ant

of it: "I hope that the people will now Palatka. the first great cause of all fatal Tuesday In each menth.
diseases. 50 cents and $1 per bottle. Clerk Circuit OowV-Trank
be aroused to the fact that protection Wright.
the necessity that has thus
regret Sold by dru only protect the capitalist, who, In this forced me, a pirate citizen, to bee H. Mozley, AI. D., Atlanta, Ga. County Collector-Frank H. BUnchard.

case, builds himself a carpe in Scot- : space in your valuable columns in salt S1ok. Lemon Hot Drees. County Treasurer-B. L Lilienthal.

land where he his in County Assessor-W. M. Williams.
may enjoy spoil I which to reply.
For coughs and colds take Lemon of .
Supervisor Regi traUon-J.R. Merrjday.
peace." Representative Tarsenej, My language, In opposing Hind's l the only Remedy that will con the Cattle TroubleID Hot Drops.For BOARD OF PVBUC INSTRUCTION.
chairman of the House committee on 'Yardstick No. 2," Is condemned as O the South known among the brrdsmen as"SaltKick. sore throat and Bronchitis, take
." The DMeaee U arM noticed by the sal Hot F. D. Ackernan. Chairman John H. Harp.
Labor, said: "Every one authority of "disloyal and treacherous." I am also mat rd wing to eat,and prefen dead stubble togreen Drops.For John ? WaD. Atex.Straws,Secretary.
S, It becomes dull and stupid, and Laryngitis take
noon pneumonia
grass. ,
is ,
law to kill people. Their presence "violating solemn Superintendent Board of Public Instruction
charged with obliga- 'y the coat aMumes a rough appearance,and finally Lemon Hot Drops.
to and there ought to the animal actually starves to death. Ai an appetizer A.8 raWla.
a menace peace,
tions. For and Catarrh take
,and to give an animal a fine gloray coat, Consumption CITY OFFCERS.
be sonsthlo; done to put a top to I pronounce these several charges this Medicine bas no equal. The manufacturer Lemon Hot Drops. Mayor-Martin Grim..Jr.

such business. Even lepublicans are i false, and will endeavor so to prove offers Condition one thousand Powders dollars who can to any produce manufacturerof as many For Hemorrhage and all throat and Aldermen-Wm. R. DeWItt President; S. J.

found who condemn this crime, although unsolicited testimonials showing the merits of lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops. Kennedy Wm. Even G. W. Bastett A. Usina,
I learn that of the so-calltd
them. one
Ida medicine as he can tan ab.Don't An el :ant and reliable preparation. P. A. rratt., Joseph &? Dunn, Samuel Lyon
it is one of the direct out comes demands at Ucala was the demand to of 25 cents,atdrugists.:: Prepared only Robert J Riles.A. T. apen, L 1. J>I1rcd1.J. ft.LaRocbe .
that cow' horns but her with one package T'iigbman'sCondition
of their party' policy. One of these form a Third Party for the purpose of Powders.bore cure by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. George Foster.

Is Representative LInd, of Minnesota, their other demands into City Clerk and Asceseor-Joeeph Price.
prac- Price 25c. per Package. By mail, 35c. Collector W.)C. Stewart.
who aaid: "This employment of armed tical execution. The proposition con- C. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet, "In- Treasurer-R.-J. Adams.

mercenaries cannot be justified and tained in Hind's "Yardstick No. 2," W. C. TILOHMAN.Sole formation and Advice about Patents, Chief of Police-John W.Hagan.

ought not to be permiued. presented by F N. Marvick to the Caveats,TrademarksCopyrights,"etc., Chief Fir Department..E.Gay.

Representative: Caminrtti baa introduced Convention of Democrats, was, in substance Proprietor and Manufacturer Palatka_, Fla. may be obtained free at this officPALATKA. BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MASONIC. .

a resolution providing for a select that we adopt the Ocala De- tyHe Guarantees, with his Hook on Influencing the Rex. YOU will be able to have your Stock .

committee to investigate this Carnegie mands, and support only those on the come the sex desired. No cost unless you do. AVrtte for testimonials and price. MABKETS. PalAtkA Lodge No. 34, F. A A. MMeeUFirst fa

and Third Monday Nights in the month,
business, in order to ascertain why an State ticket of our party and for Congress at t30 o'clock.

industry protected to such an extent as who would likewise adopt said Groceries-Wholesale. N.J. TILCHMAN.W. M.

to .Corrected Weekly by Gar Bros, Corner Kirby M.L CORE:.,Secretary.
that of steel and iron should attempt demands. A SHINING LIGHT: and Kirkland streets.lStaadardGranulatedSaar.

reduce its laborer* wages from 20 to This was to ask Democratic Con- ...... 44 Putnan Chaptes,N-R.;: A. -VeeU Beo-

60 per cent, and why this trust or combine vention to adopt a Third Party platform Hot Extra"A""C'Sugar Bnjfarat.. .. ..- f'!/. end and Fourth Monday Nights.C. J. HAYES,B. P.

should be allowed to introduce a and the demand for Third party. Flour Wheat tires.PatentsWestern Spring S3.2Stot.00 J(. Loft, Secretary.!

condition of feudal despotism by hir- What monstrous absurdity to ask a + Flour Second Patents do do tM to 515DrySailed L 0. O. r.
)(ea -Wuten Bellies,
ing armed men to force its employe to Democratic"Convention to be guilty ofviolating :: la 600 pound ,. s%to eft Pioneer Lodge No.23.l.o.O.r.-Jeetl..
Western Beilies.-
accept the reduced wage, and a simi solemn obligations," as delegates S6O pound bo 7% to Tuesday Night.' JOSEPH PRICE, N.G.

lar resolution is before t.beSenate.. themselves Smoked Meats-Fancy brand 'ew R. C. BREVARD, Secretary.St. .
and prove "disloyai York City Hams... ..... I2S to 13
The resolution are timely, anti unless and traitorous" to the sacred trusts U do Western Hams......... U to 12% Johns Encampment, I. O. O. F-Meet*
do Shoulders..,.. a tog
there is a great change in the present reposed In them by the people, as to do Picnic Hama..........,-. tol. every Second and Fourth Friday Nights.
of member of a Cheese Fancy Fun CreamN.Y.State) 12 to JOSEPH PRICE C. P.
sentiments Congress
betray i the party by making the party Butter, Fancy Creamery. 21 to 23
one will be adopted. Many believe CwN Syrup-Florida,per gal. 85 to W. H. SPECK Scribe.KNIGHTS .
strong itself demand a Third Party and the .
} Nsw Orleans iloU *e ..... 35 to 40,
that the reduction of wages were platform of the Third Party. Rice rood.... ..... .... ....... 4 to ViRk OF HO OK.
*, Carolina Choice. 64 to e Harmony Lodge No, 2T67-OUeet First and
in the of
ordered by Carnegie hope It was this feature in the Hind's"Yardstick" Fancy '- "' 6 to 6%

staving off action on the pending bill, that I denounced as "the Cracker-Yanderreer Standard XXX.A ..Holmes'.Soda. A Third Wednesday of the month.

tariff the entire metal Lemon Crackers 'ZCoD4eued WALTER THOMAS Dictator.J. .
reducing the on Ocala nonsense." As to the propositionthat
Ginger .B.DONNELLY,Reporter.
schedule. I violated .olemn obligations I Milk-Eagle UO to ...
/ Champion... ..... 4.73 to....
The republican are in a very Demoralized must remind the San Mateo brethren I rr do do Bell Brand........ 4.50 to .... K. lOr P.
HtchlMin Brand..small lots. X23to ..-.
condition, owing to the resignation that one of the cardinal doctrines of Monroe Brand-small hits... ... .... 6.00 to ... St.Johns Lodge No. 8, K.of P.--Meet**ver>
of Mr. Campbell as chairman of do do Anglo Swi88,12.. 3 JO to .... Thursday Night. 0. A. FINMNGERC. C.
the Farmers' Alliance organization is New York Milk C))'.. Uo*. at.... .... 3.79 to ....
their National committee, whether that it is political. Canned Goods Calif. Apricots JJU.. 2.20 to .... BURT McLAURY,K.B. 8.
about do Green Gages...... .. 2.20&0....
that real nation was brought by When joining the Sub Alliance the do EtK rtuJU.2Jb..r... 2.20 to .... Uniform Rank K. ofp7xou 4-.Meets for drilleyel'J'

the publication by Senator Farwell candidate is reminded, before the obligations do --J In.Jb.Tabf.YeUO"Tabje Yellow.... ...... 1.23 l.Jto.to ....... Second and Fourth Wednesday X.lll1ta. at

of the statement that Mr. Harrison had do -31b.Pie....... ._.. .........1JStol3S Armory. R.J. RILES Captain.
administered to him that
are .. .
Canned Fish-Alatka Salmon ... US to U A.SMITH Recorder.
once refused appoint Mr. Campbellto wise do the of do Fresh Colombia Hirer
in obligations our -
no P&lmon............... JO to 1.90 ".u.L.
a ederal office because of his beinga order interfere with his religious or direction by upright dealing.We Mackerel 1.80&0 .... IRON
Over the dark business is cast in
seas that every American Sard1nee.4e. Branch No.792 Order Iron lull-Meets first
by objections
professional lobbyist, political obligations. When, then, I la 4.mto4.3 .
of the trust for which Mr. Campbell is pride ourselves on a reputation so far reaching and so honorably won. Little Neck Clams.... 10M to .... and Third Friday Nights.HENRY
raise my voice in my convention ,to Lobsters... ... .......2.10&0 .... MJERWIN.Chief L
attorney or, by reason of the threatened the demand for Third Canned Vegetables-No.Tomatoes 85 to I JO .
a Party M. W. STEWART,Acct.G.17R.
farmer of oppose A WARNING LIGHT to keep you off the locks of misrepresentation. Do do .'o. 5 Sugar Cora..... ...: 80 to 1.40do
revolt of the republican wherein do I betray solemn obligationsas No.2OkradTmatoes.l.4Oto..r .
Illinois. It be that all of these not let unscrupulous dealers deceive you. do No.2 Marrow Peas...... 1.10 to 1.30
may an Alliance man, when those very do No.2 Early June Peas.... lute... .. A.-Veuran. Post, No. U-Meet* every
thing were factor in causing the resignation obligations leave me free and unencumbered This is the direct to the PLACE FOR BARGAINS. do No.3 Boston Naked Beans 1.00 to .... o'clock .
LIGHTHOUSE,to you da No.3 Boston Brown Bread lute .... First Tuesday of each month at 1 p m.

or that none of them bad as to my religious and political Coffee do Rued: .. jto J< u> ..:1Tabl. P.T.L. QCXEjr;Commander.

anything to do with it, but the fact remains obligations No, brethren, the : .Irish Potatoes-per barrel.. 235 to 1 M LEWIS.Adzt.

that the demoralization exists in II.vv.. H xI CR"RR: Applesjper barrel............... 2.13toZJM
Alliance does not suppress a free .< .. Cabbage do .....
the republican ranks, and political parties speech a free nor the rights of a : Red OniodA 40 2.73to3.25 """""
press, Yellow Onions per barrel...... 1.10: to I.2
like armies, are always at a disadvantage free voter : LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Conner Lemon and Third Streets, Alabama States....... .... ........ .... .. ..I$It M 1W3 11

when are for cause TOBACCO DcARrrrES,ETC. Arkansas.... .... .... ..r. ............ T S
they any All attempts. to so stigmatize a brother : P ALA TKA. FLA. Duke Clgarettee,15..33.56 California......................... .. S t
even slightly demoralized. Democrat as disloyal and traitorous : Sensation Cut Flag 2 os. M Colorado............ .... ......... .... 3 f
,' -- Seal of North Carolina.:2 ot. M Connecticut... .... .... ............. I e
There is a lesson in the present con Is an act unbecoming gentlemen, and & Miller, Carter, Lucy Hinton, Delaware........ ........ ............ 3 3
Gravely flancoek and Champ all Florida............. .... ............ 4 4.
that will Bob at
dition of the republican party in keeping with the characters of: priori leading grades; contract Georgia... ........ .... ............ ..12 13

not be lost upon Mr. Cleveland, who political juglers and white-washed WHY Richmond Cheroots-per box..-..... 3.75 Idaho. .. ........ ... 3
Illinos..r.... ..........25 24
Cheroots box..... a.23
will Boon select the chairman for the Democrats! San Mated 'may have afeVofUie You should Buy FIRE WORKS So Old A r Virginia...Col ate'sOctagoe..singlebox-: per Indiana................... .... ...... IS U

Democratic National committee. lie rafter class unfortunately In .Oetagon..nT box..lots...... 3.99 4.00 Kansas............ ...... .......... 13* 13 10
ATCochrane's Colgate's ...............
... Kentucky 13 13
Mr. Harrison' and 4o do tea box lots. 349
will profit by error, her Alliance.
and other brands Louisiana:::::::::::.s S
will choose a man for chairman who Cupid American. Family at Maine........... ............ ........ e e
The County Alliance made a contract Book Store market prices.Katch8wift&Courtney. Blue Hen peer Maryland........... ....... .....r.. S SMssaachusctts
has the ability to manage a successful withf Howell Brothers :to, move : lees and Cat ann Mouse at manufacturers' .. .... ............... 14 13
; . .
i Michigan 13 14
campaign, and who is aboveeven the from Francis to Palatka and,, there New prices.York State Hand-PIcled Pea Minnesota.:.::::::.. :::: ::.:::::::: 7 5

allied of the all.Fresh New Goous. All old Fireworks were sold out .. SJBtoJJOPearline Mleeiulp.r......... ......... t t
of They
suspicion being to any conduct an AuiahceVtcrre. I learn that are our s.., Mlsouri....... ............ ........ .: IS 17
numerous trusts and combine (foster Alliancemen last season. -\ ,per ease Montana....................... ..... 3
of San Mateo's
one \ Nebraska l ....... ........ ........ .... 9 S
ed by republican legislation, notablythe prominent order' committeeman Hay Grain Floor Fertilisers. Etc. 3 3
: in our
as a
Also a New Stock of FANCY AND STAPLE STATIONERY, BLANK New Hampshire .. .. .... ... *
McKinley tariff law), which are oppressing rescinded 'or caused the County Corrected Weekly by Vertrees A Co.,old J..T. New Jeray.... .::::.:: ..::..r..rr.: J :

the people ot the United Alliance to rescind said contract and BOOKS Etc., at Lowest Prices. Legal Blanks, Notary Seal, Etc. Jt K. W. Depot.1arsabJed New North York Carolina..................... ......... 11 II

States. in lieu he. undertook to establish an Our line of the LATEST NOVELS is the Largest ever carried in Palatka. : to market changes. North Dakota... .:.. .::::.:::::::::: 3Ohio.
...... .... .... .... ....
Alliance 'store with Corn )Mixed per sack 110 H*.$ 1.45 to It JO ..../... .. 23 23
Senator Berry in speaking against nearly every merchant ....... ..
.i 4PennsylTabla
,White, sack: Iffllbs: !JWto2.oo Oregon
I Oats per
the effective in Palatka. As .the positive result PIPER BAG, STATIONERY, FISHING TACKLE, Wholesale and Ground Feed, per sack: lot Ibe..... 1.4StolJ. ..:::::::::: :::::::: : 30 32
Senator Hale' resolution as to we have Alliance Pa Feed )Meal per sack 100 I"'.. 1.10 to 113 Ruexllslsnd..........r...:: : 4 4
differences between the republican -' store in Retail. Write or call on us for prices. Pure Wheat Feed per sack lOOIbs.. I.63toL73 South Carolina........ .... .... .... .. 9 0
latka. Would some
rise and
one' explain Rest Proof Oats, bash..6 to SoutIMkota..r..r.r. .... 4
policy of "protection" and the who this valiant knight pf our Hay,No. 1 Timothy per, per ton.:::::: is.oot 2 J.ot Tennessee........r...... .... ...... 13 13
SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO. Wheat Bran,per 20.00 to 21.00 Texas................... .... ........ 13 U
democratic policy of "tariff for revenue order, is,...and.how:,, much be received Grits and Meal per bbl......... .... 3.40to3JO Vermont........... ................. 4 4
showed that the first "whereas from eaca. merchant, whom: he' was Best Patent Flour,per bbL.... r... a36 to 5.00 Virginia................... .......... 12 13
only, to Alliance Next to Post-Office Palatka. Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per ton.. 24 JO t.>23.00 Washington 4
pleased and
which that were laborers so style an store apl5-tf Cotton Seed Meal, Dark,per ton.... 20.00 to 21.00 West Virginia............ .......... S S
says never whose name was placed on the little No. 1 Linseed Meal... ............. Wisconsin........................... 11 12
prosperous and so well paid, was con' card that 1 might justly term an invitation Port Cement,per XMtol. SRosendate Wyoming....... .................... = !
picnouslj contrary to facts by reading to the funeral of the County Plaster Paris Cement, per bbl, per.bbL. too 2.00 to to 2.23 5.26Nme Total............................4.401* -444
telegrams concerning Carae- Alliance Store enterprise Buy a "Singer. per .- 1.10U1J3
newspaper Why did I not cause Long Branch p&sterers' Hair,per 4Uto MBest
Salt. sack...... .116&e 1.1.
,gie's lock-out. He said that the republlaiparty Alliance Liverpool per
to adopt a resolution of censure Florida Orange Box Sides,per box. f% toy
believed in high taxes and upon this brother and denouncehim Tilgbman'r Orange Box Heads H M to 5% STOP AND THINK !
while the as "violating solemn obligations When you buy a Sewing Machine don't take any chances, but buy the Best Birch Hoops per bdl......... JO! to
extravagant appropriations, ,
democratic party believed in levying disloyal and traitorous?" It would be SINGER, which you know to be thoroughly reliable in every respect. Different Candle Nuts Etc. FOR SALE!

in keeping with the unjust resolution styles to suit line of work. TEN MILLION SINGERS sold. "
for only and in Corrected Weekly by R. & E. 3. Smith. Whole. T
taxes revenue practice (
of San Mateo Alliance which I have The HEW VIBRATO is unequaled for ease of operation, beauty of finish sale Candy Mannf aetnrers,No.7 Lemon ..) as ARITHMETIC," for the State
ing Bnt," said Mr. Berry, shown to be cnfoanded false in fact cf Florida, by which any energetic Gent can
; and durabslity. All bearings are made of the best steel, and all lost motion can Stick Candy JWb.boxes.lOc make Ten Thousand Per Cent on their investment
"the issue of the present campaign, and unbecoming brethren and gentle- Broadway Mixture,23-lb. boxes.lie ; and 1,..the author of said work will
meru be taken up by simply turning a screw. It has the simplest stick adjustment A.merieaaHlxture.: 30-Ib. buckets.JOc shoulder two-thirds of the responsibility.
which rises far and above all other issues French Mixture Mb.boxes. For more definite particulars, address the
is the force bill to which the To so censure my brother for making best balanced tension,greatest number of labor saving modern improvements, mte.Bowslb. boxes.M Author, J. IL MILLER.
monev by destroying County Alliance bobbin lta tk boxes.j delS- Dawson. Ga.
Minneapolis convention and its candidate whole it would simplest ee1f-threadin j shuttle best automatic winder and greatest capacity A. B.Gum Drops S-lb boxes.......... .......'
gratify a 9-lb.boxes......
atorel for all kinds of family sewing. rare Gam Drops : *
for President are fully commit- earnest Alliancenen in penny Goods 100 pieces la box............... THE; OSCEOLAIs
ted." Putnam County, might do] injustice to Terms easy. Needles and Oil for all machine. cerwrxo _trif.

Democrats in Oongres believe that the intent of .the erring brother. For Headquarters for the State, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Adams'Sappota Taw per box......$
though he committed a grave error and Tutti Frntti. pet .WeM ArtRST-CLABS FAMILY HOTEL: BIT-

the nomination of Weaver will close did great wrong to my order, I do not S., H. MARTI.N Local Agent, California Red Fruit Rose per per .. nc FATED inimediately the heart of the city.

the career of the third party, as far as stigmatize him as disloyal or traitorous, Panama Fruit per box............... :
Palatka Fla. box ... Special rate to regular boarders, and satis.
the South is concerned, as his speeches nor ascribing to the brother motives jel? Biggest Yet per
other than the best, for it is the intent 51.19. faction fa every particular cnanateed.

when he was a republican-he has with which all criminal law has to deaLI Mixed Nuts,per pound..........IM 11I'R.. L. WALL Proprietor.

been everything-were BO bitter againstthe made all JU Peanut Fancy,per pound............ M
::..frIXp1anA OD JOSEPH E. t BALDWIN CIRCUIT COURT, Almonds,per pound.._... Notice to Debtors and Creditors.:
South that few Southern men will Long\ Branch acts in + CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN English: walnuts, per pound.............l oFilberts
r vote for him after reading them and the Convention as their Democratic ,per pound............................Ue A IX PESSO5: HAVEIG CLAIMS AGAINSTf
Southern democrats In Congress circulating representative. I am glad to say that Brazil Pecans R huts.perpoaad..::.::::::....?::::1M I2e tat f\. ot Putnam Estate of lasso W. Brown, deceased,
by their vote CHANCERY.Charles County, Florida mifl present
they accepted
my expla- ATTORNEY AT LAW.P..U.TXA. them to m, duly authenticated. within OM
In that section Representative nation as conclusive and satisfactory. Francis.Jr., I Complainant. Fresh Meat time prescribed by law, or they will be barred:

HemphUl, of South Carolina, says: Thus those who know me best an an TS I [Corrected Duane Broe.,Central Star'BedNorthern and make all persons indebted. to said emote will
Allianceman have asserted their FLORIDA. Fanny L. FrancUJ ) Defendant.BILL ass sear Court Heue.1 payment to DM.CHAHLES
"All this talk of any other party except con : W. BROW9.Administrator..
South fidence in me. I deplore the effort to my4-tf FOIL DIVORCE. (Best Cute),per ft..... to .... .
the democratic carrying organize the Thbd Party. The Tim Roans-.-.....13 toloridi .... rci>zAL Fong FLA. June law.Je .
Nine-tenths of : ): ,Best Cuts.10 to Sw
Carolina is bosh. our HH
to drag order into
attempt my the IN CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH appearing by the affidavit el the Complain Mutton.1S M 20
people were for Cleveland and he will malstrom of political strife needs filed laM abaft canes,that you.Fanny L. Teal..........M to .... Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
must prove the death of the Alli DICIAL CIRCUIT, ,, to a resident of Putnam County.Flori Pork. .J2iJto 13ftausage
carry the State by a larger majoritythan tat hare been absent therefrom foe Mora 19 to ....
for ance. But with, designing demagogues PUTNAM COUNTY.C. six month,-prior to the filing of the Com Poultry to ... rriHK UNDERSIGNED HATING BEEN:
has been given years. it will make but little difference -, asnt's biU. and are still absent from said ... _L duly appointed and froaliiled a* the Executor
The judiciary committee will go to so they by its downfall obtain the office IL Gflchrist ) Plaintiff ; and- further:that you are over the age Rosenberg of the deceased last win,notice and testament to hereby of given Jacob to

Pennsylvania to investigate the Pinker- so warmly coveted. Like the death of E TS.Jickson. I i Attachment.F. Defeadant. raft Is to command yon to creditor to prevent their claim a-iaitt said
demur the Com estate to me within the time vrevertbed by law
and plead,answer or to
the Alliance Store
tons, under the recently adopted County some one Tbe defendant F. E. Jackson,and aH "c"L" '. Bin of Complaint In said canoe, filed or they will be barred: and all persons tndevted
will make money, but it will be at the Interested are hereby required to appear or before the FIRST MOM DAT IN JULY It. read It to laid estate will male payment to me.
Howe resolution. of the Farmers' Alliance! plead to the declaration filed la this eauae(or ;or in default thereof decree pro confuse WorXIng mea R. J. BROAD -
expense be filed thereinv on or boron the FIRST W be eA&eM.uut yon. It them because it +
DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1832; and they tt nrther ordered that a enpy of this order kelps WzLaz.,Fla-, May 13th, 1432. lr4ot :
Mr*. L. R. Pattou, Rockford, Dl, I hope our erring brothers at San hereby notified of the institution of this suit published in the Palatka Weekly Times a s&derstandsthem. Sead

writes: "From personal experience Mateo will not be so hasty to con attachment sad that the property of Mid kly newspaper pobitahed in hl.aLb.norwa. lJ
fendant has t *n attached to satiety the & a week for boar consecutive wetks. :
can recommend DeWitt's Sarsaparilla demn a brother in future, and that 01.be pUlotia in this cause ...'my hand and the seal'of said Court ifer free sample; cefj. 81200 = '

a curs for impure blood and general! without hearing. More anon. cTk. GILCHRIST. 51 day of Jane.A. D. 1892. Tae CMrttiTi u..., j work, sari paL excaoni.. f'
Opus & GUI. !'WR j(.Attorneys. ( CAM FRANK VTBIOHT. 1'.WWT
debility.-I P. F. Peek. N. A P An'Dt..COX. Jane ai,1.95. {e3a 5-4w .. OetkClrcut" Court XfW Ytlek. '"U .

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., -ELECTIGN.Resolutions ; FLA., July 7. LITTLE BROTHERS'r _= ..

passed by the Democratic XdrtarFalatkaTiBe t. : "': "*
PALATKA. FlA. JULY is 1892. '\ ., J
In your issue of=June 24th .I notice ( :" >
County Convention, May 24, 189"2: "
article from Mr N. A.: Patterson
Is desirous an
Whereas, This ConTention
AU aavertMn blto become ru* pro rata of doing no injustice to any man, explaining himself why he opposed the Fertilizer and Phosphate Company
and bcrt time payable
In every advance.month. Special clan or portion of our people. but desirous resolution offered by Mr. Marvick to ,

All mitUDves thwld be mad br exprewit of baring s Democratic expression the effect that the Convention adopt
OT T order or ft.6Wterecllet.ter.XcKE1'fZIE fairly.made and frte from taint or
the Ocala demands which I do not
IIU TJ:. Publisher, suspicion; therefore be it ,
BOX Mry P41.AT&A. FunnD4. Election intend to comment upon now; but s.A.CS.fiONVILLE, THT./y

wish to correct a mistaken idea that

heretofore voted the tate Democratic has been circulating for the past two fI
OJJWoI Organ of Uu County, and ticket and have qualified themselvesto Grandest
vote by registration and those Democrats years in regard to the "Putnam County Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century I

of &hf !aiwra'Afsanu.Demoer.tle who will become of age at time of Alliance Yardstick." I have thought

election shall be allowed to vote at said time and again that I would not say '
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primaries. anything about it; but as it is being -

Contention First District Iltsohed, further, That the Executive the work of
Coagreeiional referred to occasionally as
Committee take and use such The. knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer "AT
17. Mr. Bind I wish to inform the public
,meets In August means as they may think best for the ,

Convention Second conduct of the election, placing aroundit as to its true origin. HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine made by a Company

Congressional all necessary sategus.No The McMeekin Alliance having whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods. .

District, meets in Gainesville Wednesday voter shall vote in any precinct chosen me as chairman of a committee, .

except the one in which he is registered Large Stock of Potashes Ammoniates and all Fertilizer
SoDemocratic draft resolutions Materialon
August and will be entiled to vote at the whose duty It was to

general election. for the relief of the masses in the direction hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that

Primaries Thursday,, Ittfilrtd, further That none but of changing, repealing and modi-i have been tested throughout the State.
known Democrats shall be allowed to
August tying some of the laws of this county
be voted for, and all votes cast for any
person known to be a Republican shall and State. SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. be thrown out and not counted. Therefore, I drafted and submitted

Under and by authority of the above to my Alliance what was called the Little Bros' Fertilizer and
For President: Phosphate Company
Election of the
a Primary "Putnam County Alliance Yardstick," ,
GROVER CLEVELAND.For Democratic voters will be held on
TJIUESDAY, August 11th, for the pur- which was received and a motion mde JACKSONVILLE, FLOI IDA.

Vice-he dent: pose of nominating two candidates for and carried to have the Yardstick published -

ADLAI E. STEVENSON. the Legislature, and the following in the Palatka TIMES.
For Presidential Electors: county officers: A Clerk of the Circuit Our clerk was instructed to attend to Passenger Schedule.
Court a County Judge a Sheriff, .
Correspondence Falatka Times.SMITUVILLE
the matter and when he sent the
T. M. SnACXELFOHD, Tax Assessor ; ..
Tax Collector a ,
B. B. BLACKWELL. a a Superintendent, of Schools, a resolutions to be published he.failed to FLA. July 10._ THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN and FlOR IDA RllROD

A. E. MAXWELL, County Treasurer, a County Surveyor. sign them with the name of the com- Wats that yon say? Jedge Vertices

W. N. THOMPSON. 1 he election will be held from 9 a. mittee.In fur tha Legislatur Well! well! ef thatar

m. until snn-down, at each Precinct m the meantime Messrs. T. Hind, da fac ile be consarned ef I doan SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIDA.Taking .
Putnam County.
STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The Hollowing Inspectors have been F. N. Marvick and S. B. Russ were slay tha fatted sun an feed It few tha effect JTJXE J2 1892. Standard Time*>th Meridlaa}

appointed to conduct said election: appointed by the Putnam.County Alli- prodegal: half an hev tha tarnashmist

For Go'ereor Precinct L-F. T. Rutherford, B. F. ance as a committee on the good of the jim dandy, hiflalutin sort ov a wig warn NORTH BOUND.V .

HENRY L. MITCHELL.For Wade, J. C. Damon. order. gost dance and frolic as you ever beam 511. t -WE. r iND1.t'FAST MAIL I XO. .EXrRE.1tS MAIL

Precinct 2.-G. J. Tucker, Adam Leave 1 alattn... ...................... .. cite am l ieave Falatka .. .... ......... ...... ..._ ....
Secretary of State, D. JT. Causey. They seeing my resolutions in the tell on, pervided that be tru. Yes, an Late Hampton .. ................ .... .Jleam Leave lUmP'oll.. ..............._...__ :.36paa p m
King, that Leave Itke. (1f3............ ... ... ...... 8J131U1t Le:... Lake City .. ... .... .... .... ..... sell
S. H. lie bile rost tha slickest ar
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Precinct ,,3J. H. Bearley paper, without signature, jumped at an ogg Leave Wbite 8l.rlng. . ... ... &s&UI I Lea. v. 1Spdopv....._............... I'm
Pollock, A. A. Simmons. them and incorporated them In their in tha woods, an I doan give a dam ef Leave .J1oU'1 r_.... .. .. ... .. .. ....... .... .lJUalD !.ra.. Jasper .. .. .... ... ... ....... ...gp..."m
Leave V'al.k to. ... ... .. .. ...10.11 leave t abpeta.; .. .........
Justice Supreme Court, Precinct 4.-J. II. Green, Lawrence report, and wnen they were read before he be slicReru tha slickest barer wat Leave Tlftoe... ..: ...: .: :.. .: .: : ..12.03:: Lave TI ton.. .::.:: ::'.':".1 la.sa::

TAYLOR.For Tucker, W. C. T. Stephens. Leave .llC'kPo..nJe .. .. .... .. .. &lspm Lave J&C'IrTI'ie. ... ... .. .. .. ,.
R. FENWICK Piecim-t 5.-D. E. Dusenberry, W. the County Alliance, Dr. L.J. Burton slicks up tha slick grees boxls ov'tha tare llrn..wlt ... . . .30pm Leave Hrun4wlek... .. ....... ... .... .. Lis t.3e ptO am

Attorney General, K. Prior. C. P. Roberts. being present, moved that the report slick J. T. & K. W. Nance, ewe bit 1 have Arrive Conkle)lxen .... ..... : ..... ': '.':: :: tie tie pm pm Arrive Leave (Maevn.'onlele.::::.::.::::::.:.::. ::.::::: tl.::

Precinct 6.-Holmes. Erwin, P. of the committee be tabled, whichwas that mergincy kittle out an kut a pile o'

W. B. LAMAR. .. Berry, W. H. Cook. done. I, being present at the wood, perdooce mi baled shnrt an high ....5Vrr.riatka aft-'arrival fait Vet India mill from b..ra and rnneeet a& Macon
Precinct 7.-S. A. Baker, T. V. wit1I ail..i4.p.in?P Itl. ual.. C.R. n. 8. W.L'. no !/. s N. R. IL.(,a.lL R, Eo T. "', ...4 flMl'lfa
For Comptroller, time, called for the ruling of the Presi- hat an long tale cut-way, an brush up and 'aC'f>n...d '...rtbern RaUrna"
kinks F. S. Hodges. V.4 leaven P laUa after arrival of train from *t. Aniputlne and
point I. Eat aixl loath
Vf. D. BLOXHAM. Precinct 8-K N. Marvick, J. S. dent as to whether the "Yardstick" them fine boots wot I ain't wored since FJorld, and-'"'nmtt*at Tlf ton with Bnuuwkk and M wtern from Krantwirk. (la. and Jackioa.i .
borer lite ,'Ja. CIo_ a"" ite Wells F. A.llalley. should be considered of their last general lection, an lie an
For Treasurer a part go and Clucugn Short Line to U wl Precinct 9.-Julius Hanna, D. A. report or not. He'first ruled that it was Teph mewl to take a fresh great to Nashville, CbattaiK-and St. Louts and Louisville and& l flte! ,Tad Macon with all 1 out-pnc
C. B. COLIJNS. Dunham D. IL Jerrold.] trains oa Central Railroad.
Precinct, 10.-E. B. Hazle, S. R. not; lor be had teen the "Yardstick"in tha mill, an weel hey tha hokypookiest

For Superintendent Public Instruction, Bowen, E. D. Dancy. THE TIMES as the work of the Mc barbeekew ewe ever beam tell on. SOUTH BOUND.NO. .

W. N. $ EATS. Precinct 11.-A. P. Fitzhngh, J. C. Meekin Alliance. Hut he afterwards Peepult! I ar all sturd upl! oxcited az

Sands, Don Gillis. changed his it wuz an t feal luce an disjinted an 3, EXPRESS MAIL X For Commissioner of Agriculture, Precinct 12.-Irving Glue, Pierre ruling. Respectfully, Leave Macon. .....?. ....... .... ........ lOJSpm I Leave Macon................ .... ... ....JlJMam
G. W. RILES. so overjoide that de doo dross on me Leave Cordele............. ...... .. .. ..... Utam Leave Oontele..,....... ........ .... ..
Blackwell. .2.13pm
L. B. WOMBWELL, d'A. Pratt, J N. Lea.TUton............ .... .... ......... :LMam Leave Tlfton....... ... ...... .. .. . .. 9.47pm
Precinct 13J. H. Merrjday, W. role down mi back like tha mounting Arrive Brunswick. .. .... ... .. .. .... .. TOO am Arrive Brunswick....... .... .. .......... IIZ
Presidential Electors F. Nugent, C. II. Wigg. ;' Mrs. Blanding, of Crescent City, isvery waves ov tha Waha. Arrive .JackaonvlUeAinve .... .... ... ........ a Jaarn4JSam Jacksonville... ... .. .... 7.00pm P

Precinct 14.-A. fc. Willard, C. J. : ill, and hetnanT friends are Strangur; harkee, I hev 24 pica- ArrfTeJ..per........ .... . .. ....... .... 5.40am I Arrive Arrive Valdosta Jasper..2s. 8.90 p.
T. M. S ACKELFOliD.D. Joseph B. E Morgan. quite solicitous for her. Arrive White Spring. .... .... .... .... 6.15am Arrive White prinr,................. .... t.oo pm
J. M., FowTS nenees, an tha youngest ar 35 yeer ole, Arrive Lake City........... .. ........ i.*)am i Arrive Lake City... .. ............... ..... T.30 pra
P. BLACKWELL Precinct 15.-A. Usina, ......... .. .... .... .... pIA
Arrive Hampton. 8.03 am I Arrive Hampton ... ................... .
M. W. Stewart. Baldness is catching, says a scientist.It an ef tha doaa cum out fur tha Jedgein Arrive Palatka.. .. .... .... ......_......... '.4u am I I Arrive Palatka. .......................... 8.45pm19425pm
A. E. MAXWELL, Precinct 16.-Lott Allen, O. IL 's catching flies in summer time. cud ole knacker aWe,'110 spank tha
Na 1 leaves Macon after arrival of incoo>inc moraine Trains on Central South_ter
W. N. THOMPSON. Ewing E. S. Smith. Use Hall's Hair Renewer and cover.the hull kaboodle or them. Ceorgla. East. Tennessee Virginia and Georgia Macon and Northern and Macon and Katonto
L. W. II. Railroads.Fa
Precinct 17.-R. Kennerlj
John Absteen*. bald place with healthy hair and files Oora fur Vertrees an Cleveland! 3 leave Macon after arrival of IneominK afternoon train on the Tenrral Southwestern
Lambert, Macon and Northern and Georgia nallr.sds. and connects at Tlfto with Brunswick
Gladstone, the greatest of England's Precinct 18.-H. J. Fowler, Allen won't trouble. :. *: s that's tha kine o' a cat I be. tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville via Brunswick! .iul Hestent sad 1 and Wee-and

.talesman, has been re-elected. Goodson, L. W. Fenuell. '. ; From PahUka to Ocala, via the P. & John Weetesi and; atrtlatkaforSt.Ocklawaoa RITer steamers.Augustine and all points in Ea t and South. WuTaadwitt Ie.

Precinct 19.-B S. Mobley J. P. ,COMO NOTES. A. survey,it is twenty-nine miles nearer AU Train. arrive and depart from Union Depots, Macon and. Palatka.
Wall J. E. Lane. Elegant Sleeping Cam will be run on Trains So. 3 sad Xo 4.
Barachol the French murderer Correspondence Falatk Time
was than the Florida Southern route.
by tot farther information,
apply Agent at Junction point, or to
IL S. Minton James
guillotined in Paris the 11th. He Precinct 20.- COMO.. Julv. 10. A. C KN A.....Trame
on M E. X.
William Miller."Pr.e" --- I With the P. &A. in operation the rates 3uMacon. KEIFFER. Tick Agent, raJa\b.
his advisor and Harvey The Fourth was more quiet thai HEX RY BUR .T. P. Oa. JAMES )1EZLICs. General AgeatJaetsoink.CONSTIPATION ,
repulsed religious i 21.-John: Hancock, J. S.Cojjlan on lime, etc., for the lesser distance,,

blasphemed horribly. E. North. usual about Como this year, doings al with the small consideration of com-

Precinct 22.-J. P. Boyd, W. H. Welaka drawing many from this another petition thrown in 'would have a ten..

Devastation and distress is reportedas W&g, James Canon. places. The young folks had a JACKSONVILLE
dency to heal some of the soreness felt
23.-Moritz Kohl W. O.
the result of the great floods caused Precinct nice time at Mr. Horace Prior' WIth
Woltz M. I1au hton. through a discriminating monopoly in
by the unprecedented rains of the past Precinct, 24.-J. B. Jeffords, J. J. cake, cream and crackers, however.Mr. the freight line, to say nothing of the 81e8111 Dyain[ & GfBanin[ Works
and other
week in Mississippi. Costello] John Beal. L. H. Dusenberry spent the
of time and rates in
saving passenger 2t >ewnaa 8u,bet. Bay and
Precinct 25.-M.: J. Trueman, B. J. Fourth with his brother Dan. He is In bowel complaintscured Forsyta.
The leaders of the People's Party Grooms, A. Grainger. business '
the Jacksonville
I Every Inspector should be present at confectionery in Is the Palatka and Anclole dead? If and preventedby ONLY PLACE OF THE KCTD IN FLORIDA
says the Pensaoola News, Are in doubt ; so now we may expect some --
the In
the for polls.
I time opening so, who slew it? the promptuse
where to locate their headquarters. I event of the absence of any Inspectorthe nice candies (to rot our teeth out.) The recent rains have left the land in LsdleV and Oentt Wear of every description

They will find it even more difficult to inspector or inspectors present A very large Egyptian flower was on ofAyer's Cleaned or Dyed.
condition for the fSTartfe tending good by I
locate themselves after the cyclone of shall fill their places and proceed with exhibition at the depot on the Fourth; splendid potato crop, Cathartic Pills charge*one way. express pay
v vines to be mighty
the election. though appear
November next strikes them. H. BALLOU, Proprietor. ,
also some fine Zanzibar lilies Both an
is "em
The Executive mighty scarce just now. JII.tf
powered and instucted to have printedthe growing in Lake Como, and have come They
The committee the We have just learned of the death of
appointed by tickets to be used at the primary to stay, as they are increasing rapidly. regulate the liver ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
State Democratic Executive Committeeto > each tickets the the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ,
election placing
upon The
latter blooms
draw up an address to the citizens names of all the candidates for the sev- very freely, being In Miller; also that another child is des- cleanse the stomach, STATE or FLORIDA, .....Jonepb E.
bloom last year flout July until the 8d f Baldwin K: ,
of Honda met in Jacksonville Mon- eral offces leaving a blank space for paired of. We tender our sincere sym and greatly'assist Coon or PtmrAx. County Ja.dp.To .
of and that the of January, when they were nipped by
the insertion name
day, but deferred action for a few pathy to the distressed parents, and Many H Basic
voter be Instructed to s.rike out the the frost and had to stop. that kind Providence will digestion.Dr. Too are hereby noticed that a writ of attach
weeks. of all candidates the trust a spare menu h J s B-ea basedagainst and
names except one One of the residents of Como baa you yourproperty
for whom he wishes to vote, for each to them their little Emery. J. C. Ayer & Co. attached to satUfy the demand of C
six varieties of H. Gllchrirt, amounting t* *6a.IS. New unle s
: pine
apples bearing on
The Silver Bill which has been E. S. CKILL drawn for another
pending office. Plans are being Ton shall appear before the Hon. Joseph F.aldwiD. .
Chairman Dem. Ex. Com. his place. They grow very readily, and Every Dose Effective. County Judge la and f..r said C. my.at .
for some time in the House, was new house here. Verily developmentis bill office at l"latka.I'1a.. oa th* I2ra DAY
F. C. BLANCHARD are more easily protected from frost OF
defeated on Wednesday by 136 slow but will come all the iollm .
yeas ,
Secretary Dem. Ex. Com. than the banana. I noon. Judgment will '* rendered' against you,
against 154 nays-a majority of 18 Commissioner :Morgan says that he and your property sold to pay the debt
Mr. A. is load of for June Wth, 10. C. H. OILCHRIST.
Yeardley furnish
making could a car potatoes
against. This vote In the death of silver Over .a the Coast. arrangements GILL & tUJ.LJA. Plaintiff1 Attorney.
to to Summer Haven for a the Chicago market if he had transportation Je84-4w
wh'o. go
legislation at this seseion. The Palatkans are temporarily while E. D. Walker could fill UATIJ AV ORDER AVT) DECREE _
at the Beach at Anistacia breath of sea air. We wish we were PUR U.E.. made Jl1a.3... I* bv the County -
sojonining another car. With a railroad hundredsof Florida KC ciRCvrr comrr FIFTH JUDICIAL
along. You bet we would fill our Jadge of Putnam County, in the
Campbell B. lIen on, one of Pitt.burg' .&- Island hate been favored with an ad- shirt going with clams and tick. others are willing to come in and matter ef the application of Arthur William., CIRCUIT or FLORID, Pntnam County.-
QUILL. as Executor the estate of Susan P. Moore.dcea .
chosen of iron do likewise. ODESSA. la Chancery
men declares ditional confirmation that there is *l, for the perp.ee of paving debts J
that the "principle of As there is road will offer at public sale, to the hlgheM and best Margamta E. Parkinson )
protection is down Pa- no royal to learning
nothing on earth that can :Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig, I bidder for cash, in front of the front 1 well grounded." It is perhaps somewhat latka's popular citizen Col. Bob Davis. so thee is no magical cure for disease. the ('e>un Hotte in Talatka Putnam County, George W. Taylor f Foreclosure.aad .
Mo. Meteor, went to a drug store at tlorida, on );o itA 1". the let day of August! George P. KoseelL j jTT
too well "grounded," having at The Colonel the other morning, The effect, however, of taking Ayer's 1W daring the legal harm of sale the follow. APPEARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT OF
donned in suit of rich broadcloth Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked the physician tug real estate situate in Putnam County Florida
last run high and dry upon the hard a Sarsaparilla for blood disorders comesas Ian attorney for the C & ia theabove
to-wit Aa undivided half interest in Defendant
dose of stated that th ,
Prince Albert suit entered the surf in attendance to give him a suit George W.
ground of common sense, remarks the near magic as can be expected of five(&)af'rel. more or lees,of the westerly half Taylor. I., in the belief of the arrant,a resident
fishing tackle in hand, was warned by I' something for cholera morbus and and I of Lot one p). Block thirty-two (ID, Township of the Stale of Illinois,to-wit: At Hotel Crystal
Pensacola News. his friends not to go out far, as the any mere human agency. This is due "I eleven(II), sooth of Range twenty-six Cs)east. 49 Fifth Avenue Chicago; and that lae I' over
bowel He being theJo.eh Hernandez Grant.JuTyl
looseness of the says: a part the of
ot age c''U'tJean:
breakers were running high. Regardless to its purity and strength. ,A.
D.11atCOOK Sow, therefore,the said George Taylor U
The bounty accorded by protection of their warning he continued to felt so much better the next morningthat CARLETOV, hereby required to appear to aald bill ia said
Prompt 8 ttl _BU the Jyl-td Special eolDJl HioDU. cans*, filed th first day of August,
the at works advance. The breakers in the mean I concluded to call on physicianand spas loss
upon output Carnegie's
the same being Rule Day for said month.
amounts to an of 60 time endeavoring to submerge the in A reprentative of the United States get him to fix me up a supply of Witness my hand and th* seal of said Court
average over per truder. His friends from the shore Mntal Accident Association was in this when FORECLOSURE SALE. this 30th day of June, 1S92. wm"nHT.
cent. Of this gift the laborer receives',. watched with bated breath the desperate the medicine. I wns surprised, FRAME Or*.
I city Monday, and settled the claims of he handed bottle of Chamberlain'sColic sent) By D.M. K 1KB Y, D. C.
nothing and Congress in of the and wonderedhow me
can no way leap waves, anal & DOJTALD Gratis, Complainant'*
more completely keep step with he withstood the breakers' awful Mr. J. H. Shelley. Sheriff Shelley's Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy. TTXDER AND BY VIRTUE OT A FPTAL' Solicitor jyl-4w
public U DECREE of foreclosure and st1i. rendered
sentiment than by renewing the force. But all at once Mike saw the claim was for injuries received while He said he precribed it regularly his bt the Circuit Court for the Fifth Judicial Cir- IN CHAXCERY-iy CIRCUIT
secret of the Colonel's safety: The making a recent arrest, and was settled and found it the best be could eoit of the State of Florida.Putnam County,by
amendment offered by its predecessorand tall collar worn by the Colonel practice the HOB J. J. they Judge of said Court, FIFTiI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
picadillo COURT.
without delay discount. This Association I testify to its efficiency oa the 22d day of pane A. D. 1882 in a eer-
whkh provided that any Increaseof acted like the jacket of an iron-clad get or prepare. tams cause therein pending; wherein Ellen M. i\
duty should Involve a like increasein monitor against the angry waves. which is represented m this in mv case at all events." For Hitchcock 1* plaintiff, and Lucius H. MorrtU. PUTXAX COUXTY,

wages. This is Democratic Sheltered by this powerful defense life city by Mr. G. Loper Bailey, also made ,I sale by Ackerman & Stewart,druggist a doing Sean buntnes P. Horrid a*111.Pin wife&; James HamUla.;P.8i.Pine...,. FLORIDA.John .

any- and property were secure.ELECTKIC recent payment to Wm. Rutherford, Hatch& whites Bernard and Julius. S-Treat w
thing less k autocratic.-Pensacola Adolph and Nathan gternbergvr. trading U B. HsniooOeorge
News. BITTERS. who, it will be remebmered, sustained INCONSISTENCY.. Trjeat A Ox. are defendant, I will sell forcanh. vs.
at puMte outcry at the front door of the Court 8.Thoapna,J *** L. 1}Foreclosure
This remedy is becoming so well disabling injuries Aid had a policy In YAmt1A FLA., July 11. Houoe In Palatka. rn said Putnam Co&ntY.OD Thorn Joha Hart,Georr* I
Climbing 11. the Wft. known and so popular as to need no this Asssociation. Editor. rhrtk Times. the FIRST MONDAY IX At'ULBT. 18M. being L.McConIIi .
the ffrtt day of said month between the legal
The weather, which up to the Fourthof special mention. All who have used An accident poliicy is a good thing to Isn't "U Knowme" a funny man? noun of sale the following described land, It appearing by the affidavit ef Joaepb &.

July had been unusually pleasant, Electric Bitters sing the same song of have. Statistics show that twentyfourmen He sayi, When yon get a good oftlcerwhat' Stat situate of l.Florida the .tJ.bf:Palatka Being la Putnam Block,County 43, and stated Baldwin cause cmaplaieaau, tint oefeadaat.Attorney Jolla.filed HArt la abov U a

praise. A purer medicine does not exist get hurt where one house burns. beginning at a point oa the line of KVrby wtreet aoa-recidenc of the Stat of Florida but to a
has now assumed an attitude that leads and it is guaranteed to do all thatis the use of trying the uncer- 79 feet' ,from the northerly corner of said Block resident of Charleston, Missouri,and that h* U

us to think that it has grown hot over claimed. Electric Bitters will cure Everybody insures their houses, so go tainty of a new man?" And in the 43, and running them-westerly along said line ever twenty-oo year ef age: said
of Kirby street 75 feet to a stake,thence southerly It 1* therefer ordered that defendant
something that has, or is about to all diseases of the Liver and Kidney, at once to Mr. Bailey's office and get a sametbrealh saTS outin him (that other, and at right angle; and oa tine parallel to John Hart, do appear: the Mil of complaint,
budge street, t-0 feet to a stake in a proponed died herein oo *r the FIRST MONDAYIX
Pimples in the "United States Mutual-
in Florida In the will remove policy as an officer). He should put the
occur absence of just good alley waY of 14 feet width; thence afa right AUGUST next the *aa* being first
information to the Rheum and other affections caused by A few cents each day will pay for a his Inconsistencies little further apart.If angle and oa a tin* parallel to Kirby street, :s day of said month, aDd the sam being the rata
any contrary, we are impure blood Will dnve Malaria from a feet to a stake; thence at a right angle _eIparalkl day of this Court, othenrto adecrea pro COBCMSO -
/dined to the opinion that the near the and prevent as well as cure policy. the office of Sheriff has not been with Dodge street ISO: feet to Dlaee of ( will be taken against him.
system beginning except seven feet in width and along It i* farther ordered that this modes be pnbUshed >>-
roach of the Third Party Conven- all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache Bright peopi ue the quickest to filled with as much dignity and honor, the southerly end of said described lot 1* re. once week fo four consecutive week*lathe
and served to the see of aa alley way provided aa Palatka Weekly Tim**, a newspaper published
at Jacksonville may be the cause, Constipation Indigestion try recognize a good thing and buy it. We if not as "polite and genteel" as the alley way 14 feet la width 1* recervedi through the ia said Pntnam County, Florida.Witae .
Electric Bitten. Entire salbbctionguaranteed rentr of said Block running from fledge to ** my hand and seal tale July lit,VJ9t.
le best thing that we can now or money refunded. Price sell lots of bright people the Little Early office of Treasurer, let him or some Morris fCt'ftC" COOK tARLETOV. FRAJJ K WRIA T, Clerk!

t is for the Democrats to throw 50 cents and f 1 per bottle at L wry & Risers. U"Ou are not bright these other man come up and say so, giv- 3 E. BAU>wiy*,r-eo.J'laiaaata'l5olidtor.blotel Special Master. i J.fSKALJ E.BaLowix,CwnpUiaaaf By D M.solicitor.jyl K1BBY.D C.

ter on It. Hake's, druggista. ..' I pills will make you so. P. I*. Peek. tug the points and specifications. N. j i .4w .


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'. oldiers, and they accordingly were a!. ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. Then each day and night thereafter

JDE'll' BUill. ; A-l"t...... ,)"{ f1.r. "i. .;1 "'.:1'-; ... lowed to go late town as they pleased,; hard-working sessions were held. lasting
tiHomestead, to their WORSE AND WORSE
\ get meaL The result was that This
IK Now Under thMilitary's e I everybody-soldieri and sinkers-did a Department is conducted by to long after midnight, finally closing -

great deal too much drinking. i LEWIS: MORRIS, County Lecturer, who at nearly o'clock in the morningof
Surrellance. Every saloon was crowded to its fall Is alone responsible for iu utterances Friday, the 17th. Day and night,
Free Silver Bill capacity and everybody was crowding The Awfnl Condition of Peoplein
himself in the midst of heat in
Killed to his fullest capacity. The result a sultry a
In the House. General Snowden Wants No was that more drunken men were Mississippi.Four SUBORDINATE LODGES.TALATBU. closely crowded opera house, those 553

to be seen on the streets than visible .
Receptions, delegates clung to their work, not let
altogether in the week. When
Reed and the Speaker Had d it became evident that put the soldiers were Hundred Thousand Dollars man..C. L Rowtoa Incident 3<*er>h Frlce Sec ting up for meals until late meal hours,

I Another Clash. Five Tnonsand Two Hundred and drinking patrols were detailed to arrest sAN ...1'1:0.: when any important matter was before
Damage to Crops.
them, and ia a short time nearly all the
Fifty Militia Are on the Ground militiamen were back in camp. The S. J.. Well, president; 0. K. Thack.tr, 8 rreurf. them.

the Sturdy Georgian Maintains His ? and Some of Them Got evening has closed more quietly than Appeals for Help for the Starving omricK.X. It seems as if they would stay all
any had any right to expect and while summer if the work coulc not b* satisfactorily
Point and.the Gloriously Drunk. .C.Crews, Boetwick Haa-
Ex-Speaker Has the streets were stilt full at 10 o'clock. Cannot Be Satt.fled-The Country cock secretary president.Boenrtck.nuxcu.. ; J. T.

to Yield'UiaMr.. Bland HOMESTEAD. July] 14.-The town snow the crowd wa drifting homeward. Has Never Known completed sooner. Time
seemed to be ot little consideration
Leads the
light.WASHWOTOH under military rule. Such Destruction. E. W.Smith, pmidentFraners; J. 3f. Canton
THE I INVESTIGATION.lh results seemed to be with
,secretary, Francis.
Upon the arrival of the troops there .
H.-The clock -
WEST Polar July 14.-Devastationand them.
But to the climax. By the
.. nVITL.l.fJ
of >Mcrr l Bai mmittM I PlIU-
pointed a minute put 12 when Catch was a general feeling disappointment *
distress is the result of the
great Thot. Hind president, order of
Georgetown X. W business tae nomination of
I ; ,
It.'r. .
fog of Mississippi, Crisp's lieutenant when it was found that instead of oc- tr.rk w" lh gtaad.PITTVBCRO. floods caused by th* unprecedentedrains Hawkins.pecretair,Georgetown.BOLUSTEX.: .

on the1oor. reported from the committee copying the works and grounds of the Pa.. July 1L-Th.. con,I last week. The rains still con Congressman at large was left to the

on'ruin a resolution which aU were Carnegie company they deemed it nee gI'fON.iual committee met bore and I' liana The Tom Bi -bet has left its G. \T.Motes, president, Hollister; S. F.Bax last, and this order was reached about
ter. HoWawr.J.oRQ .
whole town under listened to the secretary 1 o'clock: on the corning of the li th.
expecting to make the silver bill a special eeaary to place the testimony of Mauatfc banks and the country is flooded destroying aaaacn.

order for the day. and the next legislative military sorveilance. But there was Frick. After giving: a history of tu. thousands of acres of fine cotton John Harvey, president, Bannerville; w. J. The rule has been to call congressional

dsy.Before not a single demonstration of anT kind vents that led up to the disagreement and corn and sweeping all the Uuler,secretary BaAnenrule districts in the order of their numbers
away .'. .
Mr. Catching could a to show this disappointment. between the steel company and iU .ltltkU.H. for presentation of candidates, but m.w
say j bridges erected since the April floods.Nearly W. Roop, president, McMeokln It. J:.
word after the reading of the resolution. I, The citizens acquiesced as gracefullyas workmen Mr Frick read his interview all the cotton in this section is a Beyls,secretary.Mcileekin.Jroawmtz.. ; I Col. Fred. Close, the People's candidate

ex-Speaker Reed interjected a resolution as was possible for them to do, and given to George M. McCain the day following total loss. The other crops fare just as for Congress in the first district, arose

to lay the resolution on the table. the strikers were quiet and orderly. It the Homestead riot which was badly. The damage will not fall short neater R. M., secretary Bard president Sorwalk.rCTHAJ. 1C'orwalkJ. G.C. Par. and moved to suspend the rules and

Bat the speaker woold not recognize the was a complete submission to the law. was admitted as evidence.Mr. of $400,000 BALL nominate CoL W. A. Ilsms, of Lea-

the gentleman from Maine ruling that The Fifteenth, Eighteenth and Six- Oates-You stated that after the B.E. .
|j Hundreds of families are on the verse secretary.c, Putnam Ball; E.n venworth county, an ex-Confederate
Mr. Catching had the floor and could j teenth regiments were the corps pushed sheriff failed, you employed detectives. Lana
Did starvation and appeals for help are officer and cure a member of General
not be taken into Homestead. The Fourteenth and you appeal to the governor? PDlltL.L.
from It When the
gentleman Mr. Frick-No. sir. My experience coming in almost hourly. An urgent J. Arnold president, Peniel; J. P. Boyd R. E. Lee's staff, to that office by acclamation.
from Maine got the floor he Tenth bad, a half hour previously taken secretary,FenieL.
plow years sheriff was appeal has com from Waverly five Col. Close who is a one-
could make his the bank of theMonongaeb. Weuconciuded SISCO. ,
motion. possession on opposite to employ miles
where of
I east 4,000 acre
crops armed ex-Union soldier
Mr. Reed insist*J on his right to make .. just across from the Carnegie our own watchmen, put them on our are under water. Menlo Holmes,Secretary Erwin,gisco.R. President. Pomona; W. T. informally
own property and have them stay thereto followed his motion with a touching
a motion in advance of the one from mills. There two batteries were Houses wn.z..
washed and the
protect it. We hired them and were away
Catching!, who was in control of the I planted, commanding the whole of the --- .- --- -- ... ... -' .J. Broad, president, Welaka; A. A. MBSgrove i and heroic speech as to the motives
-6&.J luciu **j per uajr aim WD negroes are starving. Nearly a car load ,secretary,Weiaka.TZDWL.
resolution and disclosed the purpose of town. Had there been any resistance secured SCO( of them. On June 24 we of provisions will be shipped at onc that inspired him to this action, which

hit motion. It was to kill the resolutionand i to the entrance of the troop, the cannon concluded that it would be necessary to rOITT. electrified the whole audience. Before
Clay county will suffer almost total C. D. Pearson Ceo.
a president ; Wilkinson,
with it the silver bill in the quick. on the other side of the river could nw. men.our own property and employ loss of crop tail year. In Noxubee 11'', Secretary. closing he suggested that every ex-

eat time possible.The by themselves have made the strikers' Mr. Boatner-Non-union men? county the crops were finer than. have SATSCXA HIGHTf.E. Union soldier in the convention who

boose, Mr. Reed said, should con position untenable. Mr. Frick We did not care whether been known in years but tIM destrnction .L. CardeJJ.Presiden; O.A. Godfrey'Sec'yCZESCEn coincided with him should second the

trol iU own affairs. There were two As soon as General Snowden bad established : they were union or non-union. So, on Between there is Brooksvill as great.and here. CITY. nomination by rising and remain standing .
June 25 w* wrote to the Pinkerton Seooba sev President,F. T. Rutherford; Secretary Hugh
motions which could be made for the his headquarters in a school- agency in Nw York. I enty-five m1J .. and for mile on each flndlay. Poet-o>6ce.Crescent pet.aexit.oma. until they should be counted, sad

purpose of cutting off debate. One was boos on the hill overlooking the iron Thentfollows the letter, stating that I side of the Mobil and Ohio railroadth that all others should remain seattd.Immediately .

his motion to lay on the table, which I worksite was waited upon by a committee the company would need 300 men on or cotton is entirely downed out, and only W. H, Cole president Huntington; J. E. 274
I the tops of the plart can be seen. llanhaU, secretary, Huntlngton.BAXAYA. veterans arose and
had about Ap--
precedence and would cntotfd.batel s i consisting of O'Donnell Coon July ft for the purpose of acting I
peal. for help from the starving people stood in the dim light with hands
and bring the resolution to an I as watchmen, and preserving order. right
ate vote. The other was a Crawford Schockman and Clifford upon the reopening of the mills on the come in, and the demand cannot be sat O. L. WhlKomb president Metros; Mrs I raised (or in the absence of right
the previous question. imIDedi'l representing the Amalgamated association 6. They were not to be armed unless isfied. This country has never known Charles Baldwin secretary, Helro**. hands the left
such one drafted the
destruction and want was into
The house might not ears advisory committee and citizens.Mr. occasion demanded it for the protectionof as now prevail coxa. I
debate, and should be permitted to vote Coon was spokesman and coming the employes of the mill. *, and it is growing worse, instead H.J.Grim,president;W. G. Smith, secretary. : service), standing in silent tableau like
of better. Post-office,Lake Como.Hay'e.
that way if it desired. Speaker Crisp The communication closed by promising living statuary eagerly leaning forwardto
to General Saowden he stated that Help must be asked from the
ruled against Mr. Reed. lie did dot up to have the men deputized by the soon MILL.,
combat Mr. Reed's general propositions he represented the association and citizens sheriff upon their arrival. outside world. A.,L.Fatomoe.Locklooea.The Barker,president; C..R. Abelnts, Here.tal'7 be counted in testimony that with

in his ruling, but based his decision on ; that on their part he welcomed them the war was ended that with the

the ground that Mr. Reed could not th* troops to the town and he offered BASE BALL RECORD. M.rrUd .ad Q.U Slating. bloody shirt is at last buried and stirers up of sectional hate, had no
make any motion when be did not hat j the cooperation of U* citizens in preserving ArctTTSTA, Ga., July J-Y Maggie ,
the door, and he could not obtain the order. The following are the games played McGnire of Boston, whose stage name the Alliance did it. Bead the follow place. That with them the bloody

floor when the gentleman from Mississippi General Snowden said: ,"I thank you by the Southern and National Lea..laes. is Minnie Lovett and who is a chorus Ing:- shirt was folded decently and laid out

had recognition. for your welcome, but I do not need ,..,Mere W.C. : At the Kansas State Convention of of sight. That with them the fact thata
Ao authority by which Catching oo-operation. The only that singer in the Deshon Opera company, fellow-citizen
your way At with them now, who
Chattanooga 3 Atlanta
could be taken off the floor could be good citizens can co-operate with ns is 8. Game called account, ; of : was quietly married at the Planters' hotel the People's Party, held about the had in the past worn the "gray,"

produced. He accordingly was recognized to go peaceably about their business darkness.At on to Mr. L. R. Boynton by Rev. W. middle of June, Col. W. H. Harris, of bravely battling on the one side of a
and yielded the floor to Chairman Mr. Coon said: "The citizens wish to W. Wadswor.th. lit Boynton is a rep- Leavenworth
New Orleans New ex-Confed. constitutional
Orleans 5;I County, an great question, while .
Bland of the aNew .
coinage committee for know at what time they may give rensentativ of York comniisipa
.teen minutes. But before Mr. Bland a public reception." Memphis, 0. house .and has been living in Atlaata erate officer, and once a member of they were upon the other side, until

could speak. Mr. Burrows, of Michigan, TV At Mobile-0.Firit game-Mobile. 2;I several weeks where the opera company Gen. R. E. Lee's staff, was nominatedto the stern arbitration of battle had set-
t. th Sheriff.
taking prompt advantage of parliamentary has been performing. He came herewith Jed it, should no longer count against
informality on the part of Mr. General Snowden replied : "I can aseept Second 1.At game-Mobile, S; Montgomery the troupe from Macon. :Mr. Boynton Congress by acclamation. him.

Catching, he made the point that the no reception, sir; it would be most say his meeting with Miss Lovett a e e e e e

point that the gentleman had not moved improper. I thank you for your cone Macon Birmingham O. Birmingham; who is a beautiful young lady, was not A PEN PICTURE.THE The effect of the scene was enchanting -

for a consideration of the resolution. teey, but a formal welcome is not need sudden, as he has known her several beyond descriptiop. The electric
He insisted that alt Catching had ed. It would be an amazing thing! if 7TatlB W.C. years. ____________ light coming from behind and above
done was to report a resolution and the National Guards of Pennsylvaniawasn't At Chicago-Chicago, 3; Philadelphia the stage scenery mellowed by the

that therefore the report. hk any other welcome in any part of Pennsylnla. 5. !. IIo>'.... Texas.HOCSTOS colored paintings ?the side gas lights
report must go over for a day. Mr. I At Cleveland-Cleveland. 9; New July 14.-C. H. White of of the auditorium having ceased to

--A Borrows was technically correct but Mr. O'Donnell here took up the con York, 6. Columbus, Tex. a guest of the Lone SHOULDER TO SHOULDER bum), gave a soft golden tint to eyery-
Jt/waa ruled that it was an understanding At Pittsburg-Pittsburg 11; Boston
: that the purpose of the gentlemanfrom the veriation, and began : "On the part of 1.At Star hotel, fell from a third story window thing just strong enough that vution
Amalgamated association I wish
Mississippi was to move the previous say that, after suffering an attack from to Louisville-Louisville, 1; Washington and died in an hour afterward from could reach all parts of the vast room,
question.Mr 0. internal injuries The remains will be and yet so soft that features were not
illegal authority we are glad to have Against tko Forces of Money Bags An
Bland was accordingly recognized the If'galautaority of the state here.* At Ctneinnati-ciudnnatl. 2; Brook. sent home Houston has received the discernable at any great distance and
and in accordance with the program "I do not recognize; association lyn 4.At first bale of new cotton of this season's Object lesson Worthy the Contemplation there in that softened halo stood'' old

of the silver men he offered an sir;" General Snowden your replied. "1 recognize St Louis-First game-St. Louis, crop. It weighed 530 pounds classed of AU Tree Patrl.'.. veterans of many battles, their silvered
amendment to the resolution having for no one but the citizens of the 4; Baltimore 3. middling, and came from San Diego, hair lighted!; up gently waiting In perfect -
its object an opening pathway for the city. We have come here to restore Second game-St. Louis, 13; Baltimore TeL It was sold at the exchange and silence, while the secretary of the

amendment to the Stewart bill, to meet law and order and they are already re i., ____________ brought' $220, Doing purchased by At- convention stood up on the edge of the
the alleged legal defects in it and also stored." A Touch Killed In Cbleaeo- wood, Violett & Co. of New Orleans.The [By H.A, White,Augusta Kansas.] stage as silently as possible counting
to apply the cloture rule to the bill. "But we wish to submit,"Mr. O'Don- them. On the very frout of the
::::Mr. Bartine, of Nevada, the leading nell began when the general cut him CHICAGO, July 14. When Officer Kellogg MU.lslppl {'.ter.... : The recent People's Party State stood Captain Evans, of one of stage the

silver Republican spoke in the same short saying : broke up a craps" game, and JACKSOX July 14.-The third annual Convention for the State of Kansas, western counties, with a beautiful

strain Mr. Clark as Bland.of Alabama Mr. Foreman behind Then, sir." submit to the gentleman placed Jack Stanton under arrest he session of the grand camp of the Confederate held at Wichita on the 15th, 16lh and American flag gently waiving it to and

of Illinois, and Mr. Patterson of Tennessee Mr. O'Donnell yon. whirled was jeered and stoned by the crowd Veterans was held in this city fro his long white beard and long
spoke against the resolution. saw Sheriff Mcdeary around and who followed him to the patrol box. Ou Governor John M. Stone, grand commander 17th of June was a most wonderful assemblage white hair fairly glittering in a halo
in the
Reed next obtained the floor and delivered oup.III do submit to him" he said. the way over Stanton asked the officerto presiding. He delivered an in more wars than one. For about his bean and face as Ee stood under -

a strong speech against the resolution. *W* have newts questioned the sheriff's step in a saloon where he could arrange able patriotic address. Mississippi unbounded and ungovernable enthu- the electric light behind the full
order." baiL The officer agreed and once grand camp was discontinued and will curtain above the stage. On the stage

11 IA. motion to adopt the resolution was "No. T.. liar inside the gang jumped on to Kellogg hereafter be known as Mississippi division iasra, perhaps, its equal was never beside and behind the gallant old cap
defeated. This ends all possibility of a Kt.MThe and released Stanton. The latter run of the United Confederate Veterans held in any State. From start to finish tain stood comrades waiting ibe count.

free silver Coinage legislation at this general smiled rather sarcastically away but was recaptured. Then Stan- of which General John B. Gordon he most enthusiastic interest was As the writer from an elevated position .

session. Tt. official vote was 136 y ai and said: "I am glad to bear it. ton's friends knocked Kellogg down is grand commander. viewed the scene, he said, "this
taken. No what submitted
against 154 The Stewart free nl- and the prisoner began kicking him in matter was
nays. But you mint understand our position. means peace." Gazing in silent admi-
vet bill will thus repose at the feet of .. We are here to preserve the peace. We the face and body. The officer, seeing Th. Campaign to Open. to the consideration of the delegates, it ration on the scene the
long list of dead bills on the house cal represent the executive of the that his life was in danger reached for was turned aud and scanned thought came
arm stat ST. LoCiS July 14.-The national executive over over into mind of that other scene, whenat
endar. his revolver and it to StantonVtide
say of Pennsylvania to you further and than I have that nothing the sheriff: to fired, the bullet entering his body. committee of the People's party and handled BO that every possible way night on the plains of Bethlehem alight

Gavins Stopped In UttU Rock. must be obeyed." El* ran arors the street and dropped met here and decided to open the campaign in which it might effect the people's shone around, and one mvoiunarily -

LITT1sRoctJuly 14.-DlayorFletch. Dot we have obeyed the sheriff" dead. Stanton was a member of a gang on the 20th of this month at Vin- movement was brought out and under- listened for the chorus MGloty

er has issued an order closing up all the Mr. O'Donnell laid, haven't we. Mr. of toughs that hare terrorized the cennes Ind., at which meeting both to God; on earth, peace; good will to
stood alL No whitewash
btcc leary'" neighborhood for many months. Weaver and Field will be present by political I men,"

gambling houses in town. There were "No, you have not" said the sheriff brush found employment In the proceedings I When the teller announced that 274'

eight in operation and everyone closedup "you refuted to let my deputies enter; \jtpT9 la I..., mother Paris E..I I.*. of that Convention. No old veterans, a majority of the entire

at noon. Gambling has been running ; the works." BOISE CITY July 14 The had thus
discoveryof Pates July 14.-At a cabinet council State could stand for a movement the convention, seconded the
in this city since 1872 without in There was some further talk of the two lepers, one living and one dead held at the palace of Elysee. President I nomination of Colonel Balm, shouts
termisiion, the revenue to the city on I I sort in which General Snowden took no on the Martin ranch,twelve miles above rough handling of the'lturdy men who shook the building, and nearly an hour
Carnot decree
account of fines being S.OOO' a year. i part and the conference ended in an signed a providing for r filled the convention hall. No favorite was consumed by .the old veterans in
Boise has created much of universal
City, excitement the holding a exhibition in
Malcolm Pitcher alias Joseph Fisher, I } silence which was finally L this city in 1900. The exhibition will BO esteemed and honored, that if he I a grand reunion and class meeting, as
was arrested here by the police on a broken by Mr. O'Donnell. who said: nere. Ana oeaa mans name isGeorge Methodist friends would
call it
descriptive telegram from the sheriff of III Well] I believe that we have nothing Kavanangh and that of the surviving open May 5 and close October 31. overstepped the bounds of prudence, I cur which the fullest flow of patriotic in
Mnscogee, Is Pitcher is charged withseduction further to say. leper Alex. McCaw. Kavanaugh he could escape the sharpest rebuke of the
his victim being a young girl Tb. general bowed in silence and the died on Friday, and when an underta DAILY MARKET REPORTS. No hunter honored most lofty strain held
of that city who is said to be the committee departed for headquarterswhere ker went to inter the body he found that place too by re sway in always recognizing fatherhood
the floor of the dugout view of official or professional of God and the brotherhood of man,
daughter of one of the wealthiest citi- a very stormy discussion follow.ed i was literally ?>...1 "t .. past
tens of Murcogee. He has made three on the ground taken by the authori covered with blood and vermin and be .r. standing, to be compelled to undergothe and nutting to shame the narrow, unforgiving
escape since first arrested. The Iowa was nearly overcome with nausea The SAVAMHAR. July J3w-TairenUa*, firm at ,vituperative hate which ha
ties.General CK rosin firm at 11. &@ L1" most rigid criticism and interrogation.
sheriff is en rout. to this city for his Snowden said after the comrmWee I corps was lying on sane, filthy blankets ; so long characterized so many who, for
man. had left that there was to be no and McCaw was not five feet away No public official to honored in unholy partisan purposes', have soughtto

each thing as formally taking possession I. slowly dying of the same malady his WrufixGTOM July J3.-TurpenUne T%. z..... tr.** Ark*****. of the work or the $011"11.III Aa soon as body rapidly decomposing while he still eu fc rosin steady; strained 85? food strained acrimonious bitterness. Prominent
We; tar firm at $1.40; erode Urpeatlnesteadn ia the thought of the delegates be had
McCaw ,
into town ives. refuses to where head
HciJCHA, July 14.-Th* exodus for w* cam were in possession say Lard among the old veterans who thus
yellow give
fiMit dip }l.63t virgin
Oklahoma still continue the tad law and order were restored. Thatis his late partner had contracted the $LK been unworthy or even negligent of utterance to these manly sentiments
among all ther is) of it. I am not going to have fatal disease. If schemers and slate makers
colored: people of this town and vicinity.A ear reception or any ceremonies of 1"nHt._ _4 I rvl.U_ duty. were General and ex.Congress man,
anysort. C-.risen. JastlfUd. came there at the beginning, they Harrison Kelly, and W. II. Biddle. tLe-
large The miH
number left a few days ago forth property is already in Knr Toaa\ July -Pork higher and firm;
land of promise. Quite a cumber ttM hand of the Carnegie company. I OTTAWA, Out, July 14.-Premier Ab- mew. old S11AOU.O; new $muo prime cites need but a very short time to learn present j. resident of the Kansas State

from this place have disposed of their understand that Mr. Chflds is now in butt states that be has been advised I1Z.OHJ12JU. Middle stronger short clear that, like Othello, their occupation was Alliance, an old. Confederate. He is-
real estate and other belongings at asacrifice i the works Bet wits all that w* have sal. Lard arm.we tenst .mTA : sty steam now candidate of the People's Party
in order to obtain money for I nothing to do. W* are hen to support from the British legation at Washington fcH( op ou. July Wlf September, I.M bid. gone. The delegates were true representatives for treasurer in banes He electrifiedthe

their transportation. More will follow th sheriff in the execution of his duties, that supplementary papers ia coneetioa CKXCAOO.July It-CM* flotations iw a ast.llowu of a heroic reform movement audience as he stood there, saying:

as soon as they can obtain the requisite and the presence of troops was enough with the canal toll question lies port 1X.OO. L4 r OUS ; ,bent on relief from the curse of in substance "ThIS is one of the
nteana. to settle to* whole question. W* will her been laid before President Earri-! Start Jibe loose TJS37.7V Dry salt sbo l- proudest momenta of .my life, and I
be ben for several days and will take lOG, who, however, still adheres to his den f7.aaO7.ea.boxed: IX&M. Short. eloar ides boxed existing conditions at any cost and at gladly seize this opportnnit to testify

H- Clay Ktaff at..-..4.XDPma. advantages the occasion to have the original contention that there U discrimination all events, and to them the persona I that with me the war is ended, and I

July 14.-Colonel H. day annual inspection* against the United States in the SUA CraconrAXX.Lard firmer July IX-Pork firmer. .. : mow nterects of .nv individual officially] I am ready to clasp hands in fraternal
census TJ2ls
Kiag.who is condemed to die en August .How many troops have yon here?" use of the Canadian canals The premier Balk meats sOonc short rfbs, T.S7M3S.OQ.. ; speaking were of no importance what- I, fellowship with any and all who were
IS tor the murder of David Fir* thousand two hundred and fifty is apparently not discouraged, as Boon easy; abort clear 7Jt03LOxClt.ag. once my deadly enemies on the field of
XL Poston. >,t the present time. W will have somasnore he says that an impartial tribunal willfully ever. They were there for the up-

was returned to Memphis from Jackson. before night, bat we hav plenty ratify the course Canada has fol- Mark.*. building of principles, not men; for conflict effort to when they to this come with the ns in our
when save people
the Iiu1 great
sentence WM P&*As4 on i' b.I owed ia this matter. It is
him '- t".. .___ &I currently ClUG.Aoo. July 11. the advancement of reform, not to el eboon of equal rights to all and special
-j "Y""UO. vuuxh. ue sows heads __. rumored in official circles that a hqu.'twiD
.f C I.
I. .w Wheat-&k
Placed in a cell instead of the eomfortaU I be made of the United State to Cr-8. t.T,34: Jaly TO.*. vate one or another individual to any privileges to none." That the scenes

room hr had formerly occupied in The strikers' guards have been with submit this case to arbitration pc, aox 48Jfc* Sept.July IDs4.oatJuly *. desired position. attending the nomination of Colonel

the jail, and denied himself to all visit i drawn from about the mill. Their Pork-Sept 11.95; Jmly. 1UO.IUbs a o e a e Harm furnished a most fitting finale
ors save his wife and daughter. I places are being filled by a provost "Bill the ......" ArratmLBCTTALO -8eot.UK* July I.O.l to this most wonderful convention*

patrol, which guards all the streets N. Y.. July 14.-The notorious rd- epl 1.35; Jmly, L.Llv.r.1 QBut the climax was reserved for the every one felt who witnessed them.

The 't.i. et Kentucky Darn.L leading to the mill and about it. Representatives Bin Stetson, alias William dark last, and right royally was it rendered An ex-Confederate soldier said of it:
.. ..
LonsTUUC. July 14.-Th* Western of the company led by Mr. and Joseph Parker bat who is best C tt Fat.JulT11FoDoW'tac -and to be fully comprehended it "When the wires shall carry the news
Union 'took about 10 Lrvraroob, i* the opentoj of that event the
Telegraph Childs possession over South
has Sunny a
company refused known to the of this and
police country aDd closiar quotation must have been teen. No pen can
to credit further the state of Kentucky. o'clock nt 10 quietly was this done Europe as "BUI the Brute" hat been January and J'ebrua.lJ'.t.
Then is no in the tbat their presence was not suspected arrested here. H* ia a partner of Ed July aDd August...................U1&U3 give the inspiration of the scene-at and it will bring thousands of voters to
money treasury and until afternoon. AUTOS and beptember......, I.IHafl.Hheptembor the ranks of the "
the ..IUD' telegraph bill is Unpaid. The bad been provided for the lice, and ten years ago they robbed a ana October..-aLaToUS least mine cannot. The convention People' Party.
We-ternU.onwill take no telegrams No rations bank in Paris and served a term in October aDd Xorecaber ...,.... .so JM really began iu preliminary session o In conclusion, let me say the very
unaccompanied by the franc for tue offense. Biffs criminal -aDd December........... ...a.1 ca3.a natmosphere of that convention halt-
is DO cash ud there record of December and January................t4. >06cL the night of the 14tht holding a very seemed redolent
money for such use.P coven upward thirty years. Ton with success, and all
steady. tia-.e SjOOL;
r. k.1.a'- late session that night for speechesand went away loth to depart, but happy

I a general expression of ideas! at having been there.Stewart's .


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AN ORDINANCE cost ot the repairing. or cosfttructine to be used In the paving of any street. TO. THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.

Sidewalk or Foot Pavement which shall be'of such kind and quality'a* -
Xntitled "An Ordinance to Regulate, the owner fails or refuses'to repair or the Council shall .decide upon, and the (sjcwANEK RIVER ROUTE), R'f McLaury
grade of, all streets'* shall,be fixed by ,
construct shall date from the time the ) GUY GA. June
Provide For and Compel the Cou 1,1h92.On
City completes the work, and the Clerkof the Council whenever they require a
troction And Repair of Sidewalk the City Council shall thereupon i street or part thereof to be pandot:5 account of the action of FloridA

and Foot Pavement and Curbs; also. prepare a hen In the name of the City, : c. 13. All ordinance and part of Railroads in refusing to sell tickets

Require and Provide directed in the manner usual in taking ordinance in conflict wth this ordi- over our line because we declined to
to Regulate, .

for the Paving of the Streets of the bolds mechanics'a lien liens upon, stating such property that the, City particularly : Dance.be and the same are hereby re increase their views our rate in accordance with STATIONERY R Y AND A 0 MELEES C L E SI!

such you are :
City of Palatka. Keeping describing the same, for the. Passed .by.Council on this the 15th respectfully notified -

Pavements Repair." amount expended by the City in repairing day of June A. D. 1892. that by purchasing a local ticketto i

or constructing the Sidewalk WM RADCLIFFE DsWrrr, Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City I
Be It ordained by the City Council : t tI
President of Council. AND DEALERS IN
hot the CUr of Palatka, as follows; along the lot in question, stating the I June 25th 1892. from any point in Florida, you will

SECTION 1. That from and after the exact amount said and the City Clerk shall i Approved MAKTTX,Giarnif JR. secure a through ticket from either of
then sign lien in the name of the
and of this Ordinance those Junction
approval points to
passage any point
City and attach the seal of the City Mayor. Musical .
each and every owner of real estate Attest JOSEPH PRICE reached via Macon. including all East
: ,
thereto and file the same in the office
within the City of Palatka, whenever City Clerk.BOSTWICK era. Western and SortherQ point at a
of said of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for

required City so to by do the, shall City construct Council and place Putnam County, Florida. Such lien, lowest total cost through to you rate not of to exceed like class the on hand a full of STATIONERY of all descriptionsl:

notice of lied hall conform ,
or as near
m /bide wait or Foot Pavement front of quoted by line from the BLANK BOOKS
any from INKS SETS
as be possible with the liens or ,
his or her lot, where the same fronts on may Lead. All Other Hamlets In PIltteal Kn which tart. This
j you applies to both
of said to the notices of liens required by statute to thBtJaan* Pvblle fcpeaklag. sad Dinner POCKET
mny traveled street City, one way and round trip tickets.: KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS ARTISTS' MATERIAL.
fuU extent of the frontage of said lot be given by mechanics to acquire aj July WJ.. In
local tickets
to of
en such traveled street, and owners ot in mechanics'like manner lien as, and mechanics'shall be liens enforced under ] The Democracy of Bostwick and above purchasing named Junction-, be careful any to SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS.

lots shall repair any Sidewalks or Foot the provisions of the Statutes of Bannerville have consented'to tenderto take a receipt from agent at starting

Pavements the already Council built, whenever and notice re* the State of Florida, in force at the Putnam County' numerous candi- point, for fare paid, which should be Pia llos and OJ.-gans.
Squired by City handed to our that be
to that effect, .nd owners of lots, time such lien is taken. dates an opportunity to discutheir trough can
given arrive at proper rate to charge. Agents for LUDDEN A S. ){. II.
in SEC. 7, And it is further ordained by of their BATES PIANOS and ORjANS.
M aforesaid, are hereby required relative claims to the voters For information as o rates routes
the City Council of the City of Pa ,
constructing or placing such Sidewalks latka, that whenever the City Council section at Bostwick, on Thursday, through schedules and sleeping car ap 38 LEMON STREET PALATKA FLA.

or Foot Pavements to fitmh and com- shall by resolution decide that any'of July 21st. This meeting promise accommodations, apply to undersigned.

plete the same with other a curb firm of and stone dura-, the streets or lanes, or parts of streetsor to be the most enthusiastic one of JAMES MENZIES, A. C. KNAPP,

brick, concrete or lanes Of the .shall be the campaign. The large Democraticvote General Agent. Traffic
whole of ci'y paved or Manager< ,
material the length
ble along cast by these two precinct assures Palatka Fla. LOPER
aid Sidewalk or Foot Pavement the pavement repaired, the said City Macon, Ga. BAILEY
attendance and the interest of
a large
Council shall direct the Clerk of the ,
Foot Pavement
fixe. 2. AH Sidewalks or -
Council to have prepared and filed in the occasion will be greatly increasedby
One Dollar
hereafter constructed, or required Weekly
his office H full and complete estimateof the fact that a public dinner will be
to be constructed shall constructed -
the actual cost of the paving of the given to the voters of these districts
of brick, stone concrete cement and the band and candidates. Buy a good Gold Watch by our Club
lane lanes Fire
hard anti street or or or Life and Accident
firm du- Insurance
or some other parts thereof required by the said resolution Hon. T. L. Allen has taken charge System. Our 14-karat sold.filled case : ,

.fable material as may be selected by to be,paved or repaired. together of the refreshment matter, and he will are warranted for 20 years nine Elginor ,

the owner, or by the City in the event with the grade of said streets or leave no stone unturned to mate the Waltham movement. Stem wind

the owner fails or refuses to place and lane, or parts thereof, the material to occasion a grand success.Election and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto
construct a Sidewalk or Foot Pavement I any $50 watch. To secure agents
be used in the construction of such
and Curb after notice 'duly given requiring which where we have none we sell one of PALATKA. FLORIDA.
paving miterial shall be
the same to be done. and the specIfied
the Hunting Case Watches for the
in said resolution and a tabulated [Notice.
City is under the necessity of having statement showing the Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by
clearly or
ihe same done by contract. names express with privilege of examination p -
SEC. 3. On streets of the City sixty names, of the property owners holding TF Musical Perfection
lot the WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1891, before paying for same.
abutting on streets or lanes, -6 JL Is
Foot Pave whai-oa seek V bajlM n-M
menu feet in width when, Sidewalks constructed or or requiredto or parts thereof to be paved or repaired under the Constitution of 1885, of the Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: I write us soon I C

be constructed, shall be ten feet in and the proportion, amount or State of Florida,did pas a Joint Resolution "Our Jewelers have confessed they don't know" llrss% Lowest New York Price
how urnUh such
TOO can work for the
'width, including the Curb. On streets cost of paving, which each lot owneror proposing an Amendment to the I - owners is required to as his or Our Agent at Heath Springs S. C., S
less than sixty feet in width, Siaewalks pay Constitution of the State of Floridaa, II TEINWAY;
her part or share of such paving must writes:
or Foot Pavements,when constructedor sad tk .. *thr.Tsk .
requited to be constructed, shall be be stated and set out in said tabulated and the same was agreed to by a vote "Your watches take at sight. The gentleman '
statement opposite to the name of each of three-fifths1 of all the members who got the lat watch said mat be examinedand ; mmr |
eight teet in witdh, including the Curb. priced a Jeweler's watches f n Lancaster,that I Mule!**
The grade of all Sidewalks or Foot owner. As soon as such estimate of el'Cted to each House; that the vote were no better thaw your but the price was 545.' ae..I U*
the actual cost of paving or repainng
Pavements shall be determined by the the on the said Joint Resolution was en- Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes
street streets lone lanes
or or or
Street Committee of the City Council. thereof is the tered upon their respective journals, "Am in receipt of the watch,and am pleaded
parts prepared grade
And hereafter when Sidewalks or Foot without mean-are. All who hare teen it say It We Wholesale Southern Agents
Pavements shall be constructed in this ascertained and the tabulated statement with the yeas and nays thereon, and would be cheap at*M.MOne for these
celebrated instruments,and
yon can bay from
City, in no instance shall wood be permitted showing the proportion of the they did determine and direct that the good reliable Agent wanted for cheavlr, and safely hjr mall,as la poison MaseaUr Ask _

used except as a curbing. cost owner of caving or owners as to is each completed abutting, the lot said Joint Resolution be submitted to each place. Write for particulars. LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, Ga. a:1.an.. r

Sue. 4. If the .owners of any lot or Clerk of the Council is required to the electors of the State at the Gen EMPIREVATCH CO., NEW YORK J
Jots in said City fronting on any traveled ,
the attach the be held In each dec4-tf
the sign same City' seal eral E'ection. coun-
street, after being required by
thereto and publish or cause to be published in Florida on TUESDAY next
City Council to place and construct a ty THEJacksonville :

Sidewalk or Foot Pavement or repair in a newspaper published in the succeeding the First Monday In October 500 0 0 BEATTTS ORGANS at
of Q BARGAINS. tOl' pariculan -
lull City Palatka, a true of the ,
th<> same, along and to the extentof resolution of the Council copy 1892, the said Tuesday being tke) ,cat. Jogue, add reRDANIEt
Gity requiring
the said notice lot or hereinafter lots, and after provided receiving for, the paving to be done, the estimated 4th day o( the said October. The said Washington New Jene,.. Tampaand

ahall fail or refuse to place and construct cost of the entire work, the tabu- Joint Resolution reads as follows: ,

said Sidewalk or Foot Pavement lated statement as to the cost of paving
to each lot owner and the grade estab ARTICLE I. FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG

within the tine prescribed by such notice lished, for the space of thirty clear Section 2 of Article X of the Constitution

the construction, the City Council or repair may of contract such Sidewalk for- days. In all of these acts the Clerk of is hereby amended so as to MEN*OLDKEN'In Key West System

.. the Council shall be aided by the Street read as follows: "The exemption provided II TIIT01U fif TNt InpuTS U slitali.ln .
or Foot iPavement, and the Committee of the City Council and all for in Section 1 of Article X of L eak.I..r.i..f*its a.fe..u_......
amount contracted to be paid and paid km* a.t k--wia l. to t ecMfUyfSHAKEOFFTHE
costs of making the estimate aforesaid the Constitution of Florida shall inureto .. HORRID SNAKES AND
therefor, by the City, shall be alien the widow aud descendants of the lkf(In.>!.4->-ir u4....tow..-wty
the and
establishing grade pre- ... .. ..
said lot or lots to the full extent "WkM Uft-B I Tkv* a&1.P1I
upon paring the tabulated statement of the party entitled to such exemption in the r
rot the interest ot the owner therein, OUR NEW BOOK EAST COAST LINES.
vix One half
which such Sidewalks Foot cost of paving t. each lot owner, which following proportions, : -, -Null.1 .(MM>
long or the Clerk of the City Council or the thereof to the widow, if there be a '. ".11.-4"_'.,WY.

Pavements are constructed or reed, Street Committee mal not be able it widow, and the remaining half to the U*u-U-mky>4 Afllttira.DIMM.M W tk. Extending Southeast South and Southwest f rom. Jacks oavilte.never soot MM thousand taq'S0
and such amount so paid ....... > of Tropical and reach all -
personally perform, and for which ex- child or children and his or their descendants Orgui k *kf Country prominent Winter and Summer i'leasars Resorts Florida
eased as a special tax against the lot
pert assistance may be required shall the Utter taking the interest I b .tl.aa.ad.d.dr.ee THE EAST COAST,

,or lots Foot, adjoining Pavement:which shall such be constructedor Sidewalkor be defrayed by the City. their parent or parent would take if I _.....*..tk r*f worat UlB, .rmmrm....*..t. THE GREAT LAKE REGION,
be child ...... ass .rr-mi Dr
If there childrenor
alire. no
SEC. 8.. the .. ... .
repaired; or the same may be en Immediately upon publication kUl<7. .k. 4ra THE PHOSPHATE FIELDS
descendants then the exemptions .&r"..,Irrrtr
forced by suit at law or in equityagainst by the Clerk, as aforesaid, of 4 XZCMM HkU. f*..... wend. THE
said. owner or owners in. the the statement required to be published snail inure to tne widow Section 11 there DC ..orr..a... be rr-. .......i.a/.-. PINEAPPLE FIELDS,
no will as provided in 4 of this H.wt Llury.a.1u..U.E..JI&T&UmI&GA. THE ORANGE GROVES
in Section 7 the Clerk of the Council I ,
.. .
same of the City. be widow then .*a r AKTI.(BODY < ,Uta tokU tmtr4twMa
shall issue notices in the Anicle. If there no aw M a.<*-.TlfTiuitM4 I-nxB CsMriVTi
of the l-Mlly
SEC. 5. When any Sidewalk or Foot name I shall to the descendants n.rtr.M..t*a..atan.q sasU.e..a-..h.Nn.. A.ND.TIIE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SECTIONS.
the enure
exemptions -
City of Palatka and under the seal oi f CO.BUFF&iO.MVr.
Pavement in front of any lot, on any entitled ERIE MEDICAL
of the thereto
party ; ,
;traveled street, need repair, or whenever the City directed to each and every lot: and such exemptions shall apply to all
owner Holding lands abutting on the I
said shall
Council of
the City City
debts except as specified in Section 1 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.In .
determine that a Siaewalk shall be street or streets, lane or lanes,or parts I of said Article." I THREE THROUGH TRAINSVIA

.constructed along such lot where.no thereof, required to be paved or re
any the of En-
b Now, therefore, notice of such de- matter the )
Sidewalk exists, the City Council paired, commanding him or her,within ttte of A. N.Edward, } Sale of Book Accounts
termination is hereby given the -
may direct a notice to be issued under thirty clear days from the date of said instructions deceased. )

the band of the Clerk of the City notice. to pave or repair his or her proportion following : T3Y VIRTUE OF AX ORDER BEARING
of the lane Any elector desiring to vote at such Jj date the 11th day of Stay A. I), 1892 and
bearing the seal of the City, directedto street or upon election in favor of the said Amendment made l>y the Co which his her lot abuts
the owner or owners of such lot, or stating inlaid Florida sitting lu Probate:
notice the material to be used shall have written or printed, I will at public outcry,to the-
commanding him, or her, or them tp ,, and on the same side thereof as such highest and e7biJr,for cash, at the front These lines are equipped with the-latest IK:proved nvxiera appliances for the safety and
repair or construct such Sidewalk,as the grade established, the actual cost written the words floor of th. Court Hone, at Palatka in said comfort of passengers Our patrons can them the FINEST DC FLORIDA.
: names are or printed
the be within fifteen days of the entire work of paving or repair County,dnrlne the legal hours of sale, on roe
case may ing required to be done and the esti "FOR TIlE AMENDMENT," and any riKST TUESDAY IN JULY next, Trains leave Jacksonville via J.,T.&; K. K. W*I:*0 a. m..daily except Sunday, IS M p. -a.laDy .
from the service of such notice, and if 6th day of July A. D.192: (the ant )(oL.yof: .
said 4.20 S.IW
mated the be elector desiring to vote against ; p. m.daily except Sunday; p. m. daily except Sunday. Arrive 7.30 a. r,12Je
cost as to to aid of
aid notice be for the construction of a proportion n-onUi Juli being a legal noUdayX all
the paid or borne by the owner to whom Amendment, shall have written or Book Accounts in faror of said Estate to the I p.m..1.4Dp. m.
Sidewalk, such notice shall state printed on such ballot on the side amount or il01.50.. Said Aecooits will be Trains leave Jacksonville via East Coast Line,S.2S a.m. daily 1.00 p. m. dally except Sun-
the notice is directed and thowner's
materials which be used as here- calling e sold as a whole. JAMES C. COXDRKV
may there above prescribed, the words day; 4.05p.m. daily. Arrive SJOa,m*liSS: p.m. S 40 D.m.
attention to the Administrator.
grade my27-td
lofore specified, of which said Side- as established "
walk be constructed. Said notice i the estimated cost of the en- AOAINST THE AMENDMENT. SORTH-BOO'D. SOL-M-BOCcD.

may tire work and. the owner's proportionto The votes cant on this question shall Leave Palatka................. ........ 4.2S a.m I I Leave Palatka........... .. 2.00 p.m
a hall also state that if said Sidewalk I be canvassed and declaration and return FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM J Leave Palatka...........................lassa.m I Leave PaUtka... ........ TJOp.ni
ahall not be constructed or repaired as be paved oi repaired at his or her ]Leave Palatka...................... ... 400pjn|
thereof shall be made by the Inspectors :
cost, as appears on file in the office of COUNTY. FLA.
the be within the time re
and the Canvassing
by County -
the City C era. Said notice shall also ,
quired construct by the notice,such that Sidewalk the City will of I. state that if said paving is not done or Board, and by the State Canvassing Andrew T.Wood ), ]Leave Palatke............"... ....v ... 100M a.m.1|Leave .. 100 pea

repair Board, in the same manner and at TS ; EAST
DI of the materials required by law repairs are not madel within the time Abbie E. Zumwalt, Edward E. > Foreclosure. COAST USES. .
the times votes cast for
lobe used and hold a hen the required oy ce that the City same as per. Cleveland and Bessie E. Ueve- ; NORTH BOUXD. SOUTH BOIXSD.

of, the Improved upon will}construct said pavement or make son for offices at said election are required land et al. j Leave] Palatka for St.Angt-tine. ..... .Ua.m I I Leave Palatka for Paytona... ........ L4SpmLeave
property owner so by law to be canvassed declared It appearing by the affidavit of Eo.E. H&nkeU
the and will hold
let all the cost thereof. Service of repairs required, a and returned. agent of complainant that Edward E. Cleveland
such notice shall be made by the Chief lien on the property of such owner for and Bessie E. Cleveland are DOn-r ldente
The attention of the Sheriffs is called of the State ef Florida but live at Chattanooga,
the cost of the or BO Indian :EriveJ.Steanel
t. of i'o'ice in his absence sickness paving repairs : s.
_ or, to the law requiting them to cause a Tennessee,and are over twenty-one years of age; :
.or disability, by any member of the made. It; is therefore ordered that said defendants
regular police by the delivery ors SEC,. 9. Service of notices to pave or notice of the said election to be pub Edward E. CleveUndtand Bessie E. Cleveland Titnsville a 00 a....daily except Sunday for Rockledge Eu GaDie Melbourne and way
tOJ'Ce1 repair shall be made in the lished in a newspaper printed in the do plead,answer or demur to the Bill of Cora-
true copy to the owner, to pavements if there be in the plaintfiled herein on or before the FOURTH 1 andings.
whom tame is addressed, or to the same manner upon the owners of lots county, a paper DAY OF JULY next; otherwise the said bill Leave Titnsville 7JX p.m.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, for Jupiter and way landings t
aceut of the to memberof affected, as is provided in Section 5 of county; and if there be no paper published will be taken as confessed. onnectiK at Jupiter with trains of J. &: L. W.Railroad tat all points n Lake Worth.
owner, or any is
the shall It further ordered that this notice be pvbUshed -
the owner's' family residing with this Ordinance, as to service of notice in county they cause once a week for four consecutive weeksin SteamerSt.. Augustine": leaves Ormond S a. m. Tnesdais Thursdays and Saturdays for

him her above the of fifteen upon owners of lots to construct or at least five copies of this notice to be the Palatka Weekly Times, a newspaper pub- Itnckledg! and way landings Returning leaves Rockeqe I a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
or age the most in the U bed in said
posted in public places County. .
Foot Pavement the frontsof Fridays.
repair along
years, at the dwelling house of the Done this May 36th,1892.
their lot, on traveled streets and con"ty. FRANK WRIOHT Clerk. For schedules,maps etc.,call on local agents or addres the General Passenger Agent.
at his her of business
owner or or place
In testimony whereof, I have here: By D. M. KIRBY,D.C.
and the such reference is specially made to Sec- K. B. CABLE W. L. CRAWFORD O. D. ACKXRLY
person making service E.k.HASKCIX Solicitor.
unto set hand and have here- Complainant's
shall make return of service in tion 5.SEC.. my myZT3wmBUm General Manager SopC East: Coast Lines. General Passenger age "

accordance with the facts under oath, 10. Should the owner or owners unto affixed the Great Seal of Florida Z.T.&: K. \T.SYlteaa. St.Augustine.FU. JacksonvllFla..
at Tallahassee! the Capital this 22d
of Iota fronting street
and on any or
the back of the notice
on original ,
of June A. D. 1892.
lane, Or part thereof required by the day ,
hall file said original and return with !
the Clerk of the City Council, who City Council to be paved or repaired, .
fail to complv with the orders and notices jyl-td Secretary; of State.
shall the the Council
report same to City
of the City Council and the
at the first there- _
regular meeting City Vt e .... B.dy aM I1a4. ES..ta.f :
visions of this Ordinance the .
after. Should the be Er..rEaa..i.01d.eYa. '
owner a non-
the _551e a.!5500 1a.N.n.. n..U M. 55 the Us of CURL TIYEYETH0thM
have work done, and the
recident of the city and have no agent may ____. &.[1. n I."II.'I"A paTSlw"'Lr
amount contracted to be paid and a ..a".e Maas & -t SM Y e aq.a wAjon own and COllfrtllt;
upon whom said notice may be served paid =, ::::.r: : : ..
M aforesaid residing in the city then therefor, shall be a lien upon the lot .......... .Nry.r.tlwW.ry.Od1...(-MMUfrERIC for all DIe- orden 01I
as..te MEDICAL CO., BUf FALO,fi.
the City Council shall direct its Clerkto or lot fronting on such street lane or I ,. .

issue a notice to the owner, under parts thereof, paved or repaired, affected -

the seal of the City, and said notice so by such improvements pro rata, Efl""ta..1r. e .
and may be enforced and recovered in Cvreats,sad Trade-Marks obtata-4.and all Pat- ) ,. fU: Nan.4 -. Wh: OrNikoatUX..
issued be filed with In his Neesoornorgan.w
to himself. eat business eondaeted tot Modaarats FM*. -t. J(5 "no. I ..... MyfWP( -
office as clerk and the same to be the same manner as set forth as to Ow One to 0ttt U.S.Meat Ofccs. s.atlta. tl.wtl sad tie ettq..

erred by the Clerk by posting a true Sidewalk and Fcot Pavement in Section sod w.taR,stun pat-Btia MM tune than thoss. -" -..t.u..r' n.....1.5I..,.......'s..i!.... ........ 1M......s-..1M. tag tromarr. town' eompiaitrkMC san
remote from Washiagtoa. .y- aad CxoHS9S.or
6 of this Ordinance. _......_ _.... I---.... .. ".. aar
copy of the notice upon the propertyor Send model drawing photo,with detcrlptlok. _1IiIIe.ra_...... w-..... ... It.. p Eltl l
SEC. 11. It is further provided that Ws .. ... .
lot affected and be advise If patcBtahie or not.free ofcharre. w n.up.l1tr1..a. b1. I
by. to
causing of the each side of Our fee not Sal till yate.t is I<<'1Iftd. ..,Ai w, wtwOq IN..ta. .t r1 + DQ .
of said notice In owners property on >a. TREATED COIFIDEITIAL.N enn Posr if IS.
published a true copy a lo1.-How to Obtain Patenta."with 4nUn BY MAIL
a newspaper published in the City of the street, when such street shall be mime ofactaal ciliate U your Slat,county.or --- ....../q. aw a n.Y..t'..P'--... sndsp our faneee ..emefS
the' shall towa seat free. Address, H L r '. uwiTriicuri miut ClIC!:" u. will
paved or paving repaired, CUILY1
Palatka for the space of thirty clear days; afsoed a Thaesbtfka,
which notice shall all only be liable for one-third of the actual C.A.SNOW&CO.
in respect con

form to to the be character served of upon the notice a resident required cost. 12.of All paving streets or or repairing.SEC. lanes, or parts OpsmftPatMt MM.WuhfcfUa,D.C. Orange Grove for Sale. + :L HOPE YOU ANDS

thereof hereafter accordancewith OmTATED OX THE PEN 1 EL
paved in
r owner of city property or his agent. ac.ai. O and quarter miles from ROAD Don t brood ,roe
," And in all instance the notices herein this Ordinance, shall be so pavedas ..,. containing 11 acres of good orange and garden Thoalaad. of tTHEI hoe rWes yorstearCatleo r
provided to be to produce an oval surface, with a ,-.d n.M; -' land. About ISO orange trees la grove besides TMfWT, a set forth la our p t XOORg w.
given,must partidnlarlv at the center, and there shall'be _."I. ._ I grape Tinapar trees, peach trees, three wrietlcs herd sealed,pat paid. a Ql rl 70.041.
describe the lot or lots affected, designating crown ..le L..w l/.t._.... tl.t.w.W K ot plums, two ever-bearing mulberries, Remembernoon.ela stst8odsappllana.and.xperLeons
a fall on either side from center to _....- .. varieties :2V bearing thaS w*aml4or, sad we
the street which the swpw and other choice ; large 1 a r
upon same :;: .::.=l- ...
is situate and the width and length of gutter,of eight Inches. ....,.+r -.a b.t+.. ......-r at..-........t..,r orange tree. Conveniently Large new house fenced.in Land court good.: ofconstruction. soc u. EVE txGL Ca, ti4 H6l1AL41ir..I UffALO, : .

the Sidewalk or Foot Pavement required The street of the City shall be 'Intm TREATED eT IHIL Ce*lt0H.TISL. Location eke and pleasant. A branch of Bring
to be paved from time to time as the City -.....- -............. .......... water ac-nas the eat part,with plenty of mock.oc ..
constructed. ... .. ... .
------ .. 1 NHII! tIIII
For to wits
Council shall direct and the material particulars apply 2,0111E14lnAIH. ,.,.. JM wEIII
SEe. 6. The lien of the City for theo It L iR f. HT *L I"IIIIInIflllfL RtWt W -tt .SILAS CALYEBT,Peaie!,Fla. .

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Mr. .VnhnrC.'Jckoa hu accepted "
TERSELY TELEGRAPHIC. IVo'lIelon's invitation to BAMBERG-

1r_. U... 'T.-TI..A: Ov.r ....... meet with and ud tress the Florida "German S A Baker .
association at its meeting
State lre" ,
1- All r......
in Gainesville. He will urge the MIMI-
Fire men were killed and a locomotive cution to visit Chicago at the time of
wrecked oa the Wba, near Keller.lad..
by: a culvert washout the dedication exercises of tbe'Vorld'aColumltao

A exposition, October 11, 12 Syrup"Here
meeting of anarchist In Pan adopted -
a resolution to blow up the MootbrWaprioa and 13th, which he believes will be the .BusinessCollege

and rescue JUracboL grandest and most impressive ceremonial *

The corporation of BerKa ha decided service' In the history of America. is something from Mr.Fr:ink .

to Incorporate in the city all the sub rbe It is stated t>? the department of A. Hale proprietor of the De Witt i
within a radio of ten mil .
that million
publicity and promotion a House Lewiston and the Tontine
A tenement house fire at New '
caught in them. U.
will -
participate BAMBERG
Castle, Cola, and three mall children of people Hotel Brunswick, Me. Hotel men S. C.

David King were burned to death. meet the world as it comes and
Peter lfloolayoangmanabout Cad for a Pe.. ratle C.Bgre *l..al Con- goes, i'
21 yean and are not slow in
sizing people
old was instantly killed at Elyria. 0., bj .eatl.a.f the s-nd DUtrleU
falling over East fall, a distance of Cory i and things tsp for what they are MANCTACTUXXR OF
feet The Democratic patty *\f the SecondCongrestioual worth. He says that he has lost a .

Memorial enr Icu in honor of the late District of Florida will father and several brothtrs and sis THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECTS.
L. L. 1'olk ,
were held by the People'

con Omaha.bacranaento vv.ottoo. delegates in man meeting. hold a Convention at Gainesville at 12 and ters from is himself Pulmonary frequently Consumption troubled CYPRESS AND YELLOW[ PINE "

Limon wa thrown from a o'clock m. on Wednesday, August 3, with colds, and he BOOK-KEEPING SHORTHAND
Bronco while racing at Van Mute TeL ,
of Hereditary often
1SU2 for the purpose nominating a coughs enoughto
and alighted ea hu head austaiaing fauJ ,
injnrie candidate for the Fifty-third Congress make him sick at LUMBER .'

McElroy.: of Birmingham, and Billy of the United States. The counties in ConsumpUonhisstomach.. Whenever TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP .
Murray, of Atlanta, hare signed arUelee he has taken
M fight to a finish for *3JO a side, la Birmingham the district will be entitled to representation cold of this kind he uses Boschee'sGerman a SATSUMA HIGH 18. FLA.
oa July 2LTbe

Democrat of Reno county. Kanaaa, Alschoa...M....follow... ..%1 :)Madison... .........S Syrup, and it cures him If you want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS -

net at Hutchinnon and decided to support lUker............... 4 Mark........ .........N every time. Here is a man who at a MINIMUM COST come to our College. Send one cent
..... .. ....... Notice of Removal.In
a fusion with the third party on eiate, d..- Bradford..10 >SMU .!' knows the full of .
tries and congressional matters. areYAl'ci..I.| ........ b ( danger lung trou for Catalogue.
i OsowWa 4 bles and would therefore be ,
Bey. Wm. P. Kane....eeaUelee\ed pA- Columbia.; :::::::::::10 Putnam::: ::;:::::::12 most
tor of the Second Preebytenan ch arch of Dade................. I St. Johns..............118umt particular as to the medicine he used. consequence of the rebuilding of
Bioomingtoo flit, ha declined the presidency Dayal..t. !r................ SHiroilton What is his opinion ? Listen I
of the Wabash college at Orairfordsrille ... .... .. I 8UWaDnN..I. the Store No. 51 Lemon street,
Ind. Uke....n..... ....U VolusU..............U use nothing but Boschee's German

The Davis wire work, 734 Weet Market i The above entries with it the same Syrup, and have advised I presume C. 1. ROWTONhas VERTREES & CO.

street., br more than hundred
destroyed rule of apportionment as that adopted a different persons
fire aDd several adioteiag building* were to take it. withme removed to the corner of Lemon
badly damaged The IOM will reach $i0,- by the State Committee. agree and Front streets, in the Kean Block
that it is the best ,
000 laemraoce
; l4o.ow. cough syrup
WUliam J. For economy and facility we suggest in the market" lately occupied by II. T. Vatterlit.,

real eetat...Ier.Pilcberan.was arrested an Oakland oa charge CaL that the delegates to the District Convention > his

of forgery. When placed under rre4 fee be selected in the same manner patrons as heretofore with the BEST
wae raised with a fit of apopleay and died and FRESHEST FRUITS in season.
very shortly afterward. and at the same time as the delegatesto "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE Oranges, Bananas, Strawberries, Apples -

Hon W I. Peek, a prominent<< ( Georgia State Convention. Tomatoes, Dates, Fisjs. Raisins, Orange Boxes, WaPs,
Ailianceman met with a serious accident Ac. &c. AI Fresh Bread Cakes
while out riding in his buggy. HU Mne'eU. The Chairman and Secretary of BOOM o ,

and he was thrown out.fall log OA its county conventions will please favor Pies and Candies.
LEMON STREET, PALATKA.FLA. Tobaccos &c.of the choicest
aide Cigars
and sustaining. a eerere eoaeuaslon. ,
the committee sending the proceed.
A small boy threw lighted cigarette by Full Line of Choir Win**,Liquor and CI.ar. brands. Hooosand Nails
among the firecracker ea a firecracker ings to the Chairman at Orange Lake. always in Stock. Pure California Grape Juice and

stand at San Jone Cat, and a. area of Special railroad rates will be an- tyOrder Iron the Country Promptly filled, New York Apple Cider. ray6-
th..llquans was burned, entailing a lose
of JOOOO. with probably*4QOMv, lies nounced in due time; alto special hotel oc9-3m CHA3. HEREBA. Proprietor.
aace. Gainesville will be A."i'D WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-f
rates at arrangedand
'The hull of the City of Chicago ha been J. G. MANGOLD
announced. "WAT DOW VTOX 'SWAXEK: : Rz. za. ,
farther damaged by pov.ndincl..4 U Is
feared that her fate u seal L Four tug GEO. W. WILsoN,' Flour, Grits, Corn Bran. Hay/JOats CottonSeed
attempted to haul her off at high water White hulplmr LEADING ARTIST IN ,
but foiled liar cargo U being taken out Pond lER L'ixoLE, Chairman.

aa rapidly as possible Secretary.A Meal 'and Fertilizers.
William May, Charlee Oliver and William PORTRAIT AND : ,
Gowen. resident of Bradt, Ind., Springs Hotel.W. .
were arrested for counterfeiting. One carpenter by the name of :M. S.
thousand dollar in coaaterfeit mosey Power, fell from'the roof of a house T. KING, Manager. .

other mostly tools half, were dollars captured., plates and- die, and In East i>es Moines, Iowa, and sustained FRONT STREET: PALATKA, : orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipments :made.,

Falrbnry. Ills., U excited over the temperance a painfull and serious sprain of the WHITE"SPBINGS, FLORIDA. WILL ATTEND KtOMPTLY TO CALLS
fight there. The mayor Is reported wrist which he cured with one bottleof GPSCIAL RATES BY WEEK: OR MONTH r. .*o' Groves Evidences,wiUk- ,
to hare said that he was offered $5UUO 5 finest WHITE: SULPHUR and CHALY .n -t"ea. Unce of Stndio. Always up
to rote for issuing( a saloon license. Strong Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He saysIt DEATH WATER in the South Spring discharging to the latest 11710 of Portraiture. If you want Tluw.Prutlal I..tr rtloii. Gr* a Crayon cf yourself or old Picture enlarged try fitted to pocittoa. CaUl.ru*free Write to
insinuation of bribery are made againttaome 1.600,000 boor.
Is worth $5 bottle. It cost him 50 over callous per tu before tending off to some free portrait
a disease of all kind ia22-tf SHORTHAND
of the council and aldermen. Cures
fraud. Call and ee ipeclmen. 00:>>-311I SITArT d :TIATTOr !USIltES3 C06LL
Middlebury college, at Mjddlebury, Vt... cents. For sale by Ackerman & Stew .
received a certified check for$iOoOJwhjcU art LOUISVILLE KY.
wa the gift of Chafes J. Starr. Mr. Starr Druggists.CONSUMPTION BEATTVS ORGANS ARE occatae :
U about 70 of retired merchantof Murphy.
year ages logue. Address, DANIAI. f. BRATTY WaanIngton. .
New York and at one time a member CURED. .New Jersey. aova-tf
of the firm of Anderson, Start & Co.
An old physician retired from -
Johnny Murphy: of Boatoo,has issued a practice
challenge to fight George Dixon before having had placed in his hands by MRS. H. E. ARMISTEAD

any bantam elub offering weight the championship large purse of for the the an East India missionary the formulaof Lemon Street t Billiard Pii0r. MOUNT & THOMAS.

world. He ha* poofed a forfeit of tlOQ a similar vegetable remedy for the

sad week will keep the challenge ope for tw. speedy and permanent cure of Consumption PraCtlC.illilr; & DreSSllak6r

Aaron Bark WM killed by a train. Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

the Georgia Pacific road sear Choceoloeeo and all Throat and Lung Affections
Ala. He wa crossing the track and WINES uu0R8 m CI ARS. LEMON STPALATKAILL. i'1
ailed to sty the approaching train"" walca also a positive and radical cure for Nervous -A. ; S .

war rounding a curve. UU tardy w.. Debility and all Nervous ,Complaints Agent for the celebrated J. W. Harper 9-Tbe Latest Utylea and a Good Tit Guar
mashed into a Jelly, sod hardly aa ... anteed. Hat and Trimming in Profusion.
broken bone remained after having tested its wonderful & Silrester Whiskies. A lull lint Hat Trimmed Order. When la need of any StapleandFancyGroceries

i Pow boy*-,Ed Smith, cured lit George curative powers in thousands of of the beet brands at the lowest prices.W)31is1L1escg taing eca-Cm in this Ilse, respectfully request. trial.

Smith, aged 18: William Barrteea. and .
17, and Dave Toiey. aged H a>owi>e4at cases, baa felt it his duly to make It : t ,
Spring Patapaoe rive. Mary known; to his suffering fellows. Actuated ** *

Und. A party fifteen were Out owing Rye................ ...$1 M E. C. KELLYSIGN .
when from some unknow cause, the by this motive and a desire to j J\ojq............ .......,..... .200Bilrer PALA1KA, FLORIDA.
: ....................
yawl wa cal>>1 4 with the ..abet reealt. relieve human suffering; I will send Wedding.. 1608Ure .
terRye 3M
John W. MeeeickdMpeeeaU/aeJBraaw-' << ........... -- OF-
free of charge, to all who desire it, Standard"A A"Bourbon. 400
1 YUle, Ind. after a brief iUoeea.: He wasprobably J.W.Harper.. 500o CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS
the youngest person wt. e.lksed .. this recipe in German French or Eng-
in tbe Union army daring the late war, isb, with full directions for preparing The Trade--( )-Jl ( The Biff Coffee Pot! .** .
Jug Country'orders
a specialty.
Joining Company X ort.00041actiaM and Sent mail addressing REFUNDED.
nsing. by by solicited. oc23-tf e ALL GOODS WARIiBNTED OR MONEY JalWp

three nfaot7 Jean at the a* acof a dmmmer f yea boy sad, wkem ssrnd hewaebjeoorably with .tamp, naming this paper.W. t3P: A Full and Complete Line ofSTuVES

diachargaia. A. NOYM 820 Power Block, LIGHT HARDWARE and

The Loodoo Carooiele'* &aoa eeweaepooAeat Rochester, y. Y.AN Tremont Hotel TINWARE which must be sold A. D. STEVEN,M.E.Manager Enjineenaf Department.

say Signor Baleaaeella, the Ins will pay to inspect this stock,as I keep J. B. MIRRILL Manager Blacksmith Shop
vector of the BMbmaribemmet Pollag nothing but the best of eveiythin?.
Nautica ha arranged with 'M Ameeiaaantdicate 'cc' (roBXEatr HOTEL loost.jNETTRAN end A. E. MERRILL Manager BoUr Shop.
Plumbing Tinning Gas Fitting .
to employ the vend to pearl EYE 4 OPE.'iER.TlliS .t
'I and STREET. XEAB BAT JACKSON' executed in the most approved style,
fishing other eosr w cos. although. < *
when ant designed and oocstrucs d. she promptly and at low prices.
r wa intended for naval warfare J VILLE. FLA. Don't forget the place. Sign of the
SPACE rrill.St Cc.
The Part correspondent of the Londoa CENTRALLY LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE Big Coffee rot, l Time eaya; A guillotine wa recently Imported : ; Renorated.Rates Second and Third.
into ham for the eieoatiea of WILL BE OCCUPIED BT 2.00 to a3-W per day.DODGK.

criminal. A young A&aamte, who was
condemned. to death t.owhe ardor of the "THE POPOLARlDAIIO, a
mistress of an European wa executed in norU-Cm Proprietor THE ACME
pabUe. amid the childish delight of a mob T. :M. RAY, PROP'K,

of Dative The native consider the hot- (SUCCESSORS TO J. E. MERRILL &; Co.)|
Bore of death lessened by the niUoUoe. IlI WHO WILL TELL YOU)- APARTMENT HOTEL
t feared one result will Be an exteo- SAVE YOUR BOILERS
foB .,piracy and brigandage -(ABOUT THE GOOD THINGS I
Refitted and Refurnistied with Entirely New

A Pretty ._U.'. JI.ri... IN..... KEPT AT THIS RESOKT. I Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located,CODnl1ieD' Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
to Depot and Boat Landings. Good _
STA.CICTOK, Mich., July 7.-Ida M.Or Dining Room In Connection with Correspond.

eaho a pretty domeatic employed tog tyrurntshed Low Price Room, Soc.'to fLOG per Day,

In the Davis Boo*, at Sheridan, ba L. D. EATON, M. D. $2.00:, to S6.QO per Week.H. A. BURT.l"roprietor.. BOILER AND BLACKSMITH WORK,
died tinder suspicion eirasstatoe.
111 W. Bay Street, J&cklOll11lle,ITa
Tb girl stated that
a yoga men send (10C9.lyJ
Parks bad gins her a gian of win, HOMEOPATHIST.OrncE IIn
which the beliered wa dragged, for the best manner and at shortest notice Boilers, Engines and Machinery

after drinking the wa seized with excruciating BLOCK PALATKA FLA. of all kinds furnished and aet on. We are making a specialty of building small ti
pain*, Thee writhing and Launch and Steamboat Hulls of'Steel. WA also furnish Boilers and Machin errand

contortion were itial &0.*., wh a OrncK Boca*-*tola.nLltoJp.m. ', CURE'YOURSELF Wood Hulls if desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for West

\ istb'mercifully rvaered her from all and T to l po m. Snnd y --I to a p. m. ;- ) inghouse Engines. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. We keen on hand

h eriDr. Everything known to swdioalcnee Patient from a distance can be treated 'U troubled with GonorrhaaG1eetWhlteespermatorrhoa\ a full line of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith's supplies. Secoud-lland, :Ma-

WM doom for hr r teal. bt through the man. Office consultation free. cb?nery bought and sold. Write for estimates and pnces.SDrncE .
without _,ail For any nnnatnral laehatr a**'
Ja an interview park deniee ever barC apft- m jig druggist for a bottle of : TND SHOPS 138 and 140 EAST BAT STREET JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
I O. It cures in a fewdcy
) given her aoytbiBg to drin Dr. [without the aid or publicity of a
Oamber. of this city bald asa y 1 doctor. Noa pouanoo and
the body after death sad ha**o*ibeessteats / \\roaranteed not to stricture.t .

to.Inn Arbor.A 'J> WATER Manufactured IMwrMl Jimtrtti by Or*, (EAST j T TNR( I i rA1a' GA.

... UUgtmee Klil 4 Blaa. FROM LOW LTat ITIU

NEW You; July ".-Uo -kMS* C4NC1NNATI Y.*.A., O. RAILWAY. *

lJam..1'ucent. who has ben .oaaecteJ'with 0 ,
; the Snake Bill PeoiUntiary. ha Is SAFE TO TRUST StiR: ARE- 0 SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS 1 IN _
died from grief. He had held tbaefiool
JUNE 12th. 1892.
.r fifteen and it his EffFCT
year wa duty to LIABLE TO WATCH TIlE WATHU
(foa the fat tow the reception of eonVMCA Je HESTON'Wood
l He opened. gate a* Banal oa PACTS: .'Cllr.sae rtA.UMITBB Mew..recra4 I ?a.ar..ao.a .atta-'won
Wodaeaday to admit a bate of aoaTMtad. ackw.eta. a se, Lw JackmnlJc.TJSi ... TOO* LvJackioroU*, t COi *9p>.
L. Caaabaa.. LvCaUakaaflfOp .. .. I St. AfAtlcata.LT .. a JOpM SSte
atoffera, and taw b*> ion At times the pipes from boiler to L* ViticnLvlcxp ....... Lv W.ytra.. .. .. I Di t Atlanta top 1 sere
emmet Be tooxed bu UIT STANDS AT THE HEAD water column fills with sediment and Yard .., Ul&LviUa ] ItlOa4Mp Af Caattaao ca .. 1 !a
:::: :::: Arl
young nan aced wept m... a when low At LvCaattaaoMa I4 p *
water appears in. the gages Lv Ml uo ........ (lOa LvSSa Maws. .. .. .. | A, xa.aviW 10 M>p 10 i U Ia.At
J night ha eon>iulsisd of in the boiler. Atlaata.LrAtUata....... .. Af AlUata, 01 Vr Kawn&a .iteiosa.tlOallUa. I43s
and became *o sick: thai tLay times water foams and no one ORANGE STREET, Nun UNIoN .. .. ..... 1*0p L* AllaataToj .10 Up ArMonoM, a .
him home. Death came 81& tAt Ar chettasoga. > Ar ChattaaoacaIE. ..., Ilia Ar Brntol SUa| 0 0a..
can tell how high or low it is in the DEPOT. | L*dwtuaooc, ... I La C'-"a.a.ga. .... TOO A(Xaaack tl >UJOOp ap.
boiler. i Ar Baq i.. .,. Ar Bwpn..... .... saep Ar Saoaaoali Jc i lb .Iip
.. ..
**.% Tw Iles. .The OALIGRAPH. At times the fireman forgets the Hard Wood cut to length, deliveredin > L.AeCa.crosatiI C'aaaaa.. .. 0%Sin ArCeoaaatiLr fianaaati a stop OOpT30a At-B.Ide.ee 3 i Ua 1 ltttTiia ter.

RICHMOND Ya., Jnly '.-A special to water supply. all parts of the city. A,Ckie.ga... S 10p A t Clings rlUfrArHarrMwrr..., MOeBv
But in every case Tilghman'a Low L e Burn 8 SS.I Lr BmtfOtAT .. I 3D pgp
"be. from Abingdon Va.
DUpatcb acre .. ... .
1111. louartfleLr ?
REPtCTYL'LLY call the 'attention of the Water Alarm will call you up before Scroll Sawing and Turning done to Ar Lo cri'Je. Ar PbiladclpaMAr li res. 4 ire e
>** M Byrd Short, of Jobnaoo Otf.fcna. T 'CALIGRAPB" WRITING 1 ana..ega .. 11 tip Cautaaooga a*. New York. T lea
tote to the boiler suffers. It never fpnjetsit. order. se2-tf ........ ... ... S
.. wa driving borne from the tarfMr StAfcH INS renowned the world over tor highest your afford to do withoutit. Ar Meepkia 1090* Ar Mtapha :v Yon.asa S
andfeild Sod strength No one can b ff Maaa AUaata to
place with bia brother5 wife SPKEU. aimpUcity r8TRCCT10X Pmll aa t Slirptr Sieepcr |{Af Asanlle. 1lopt.
and fc n -tMted DL'JUBLUTY.8uperior Price *15. Cinciaaati Chattanooga sad CaattsaaegaCiact.aatL
in a carriage rock were thrown Jaduevnllc { B ta traut carry
MANITOLDISO et, Steadiest. and day ceKacslJackwmnUe a> Day coaches) .
elcgaal .New York
Write to the. Patentee ou.
Tebtd by two dnu4eo rant and least depreMion in wrtring. Leret Key VIGOR OF MEN Io CaaOoga !Jacaso.vuie is Jnsed J p, fttS352 hTC. a.e. traia freaa.
.\\T; oat and aa the men ccu- Hoard; separate key for each character,and>O NOAH J. TILGHMAN, without chmnjje. 1 bin Ck. ta ogawrta ttk.. SiSSSSa i2i carries steeper toWaWuartwa
i to advance be find tarioa. DoCbo "SHITT." AU part interchangeable and bearings fel9-tf :PaIatkatFla. w.--KaeMy. Qutoa Eerv..ser..Permanently.Nitty eetore and :
p15 named r.pllCUnlT Beod raonnkia Tbl ATUTSTABIJC. Its "Reared"0Lab.but the train of erOs fraai.arir etra.orlaor.test. aa. L.witedtOct. ji, i$9a, sad h.&l0.RR.caaecdtgwish.Toe .
and Lee Simmooa. war shot Maeblac otfered net INTRINSIC noon OKTH the rumttMot.MIUyaI filer UM."
upon it* aDdwt2sktYJIAMIaC11JeI1 stranpa. d..esepst. aosl to b Pen IaforreeYoa nti.sLe te rates,htula, etccaeerfolry Lanced fmU U air fMfirru Ffimtftt
4 are reported dead. Start do*. a& borne with.ticsL ontaa and poems of e.. .:=J farBtaaed I
Price and Qrvular appiieatioa.JAS oat Book st .....
fidlj away and bM not been sum: I on pala.r son: F*H -easeshastd. rinse Fat berth lemmiuiMj.Mkea.fathers.e .,apply to ticket ta.es FlerUa er ts>
A. :LAIR, Agent, R M UnHIJ-FT FKANIt >CjOf Y Dist. Pasa AgUlaWest Say Street.Astor B).
/ sskZts FaUOa.ru. .Attaat.vw VdtoeM_ -i WUNiMtiar V. Xw.WlUUf i77i.AvJliMrnU ,Tcaa. CHAS.W.WCHTA.O.Y., A.t Atlastais

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: REM+VAUCochrane'sBooic I CHILDREN'S* t: : -FRUITLAND.. ,- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. : tv Board of IIe.lith. Upon motion application _1 44A HastHsuc Flr ._

PALATKA"V Sure will move to A Cra.d Soeeess-A L.rce Att..daXxeelleait b .f-.... wanted, and Dr. Cyrus Is re- r The lived firm in East Florida( we
Lemon Street, next door west of Ackerman : A Ur-... __e. Kle. quested to present to the Board a statement >
is that of Mount & Thomas,
McKENZIE BURTZ. PUBLISHERS Editor ralatka Ttaee. showing the expenditures of the
& Stewart's about
-- - drug store OFFICIAL BUSINESS TRANSACTED Board of Health since January la- t. the grocers. This is easily explained
: July 20. We have. new line of New: No event of the season has been BY The before
.. County Treasurer appeared by the fact that the firm is composedof
IB Dona' Treat Strert THE
Boobs etc. on the crowned with more' the Ikunl and asked instructionsas
Stationery, way. greater .uae.s. or lire,
next to Pas wOte \ ... enterprising men.
Will to.h ve..oui friends to the disposition to be made by him
be pleased
its results than Chil- Mount
potent in good of S190.08 received from the Comptroller Captain is one of the most

come and see us. dren's Day at FruitUnd. July '3d. being amount received by him popular men in Palatka, and has served
Month, M ct.Inne; Mouths. is Cents.Bl SCRAXTOX Toere are events and happenings in TCESDAT July *f from redemption of taxes. Upon mo- a "sentence" as mayor of the city. lie
.cr pUon8 d..In a4Tnoe. -. the of the 5,1812. tion ordered that said sum be to Is famous
which placed
The Florida Union will grown np men .age for BU jolly nature and hospitality
.. --t The Honorable Board of Co"nrr the credit of the General r'und.
can only feel an interest. The and likes
wives everybody him. lie
be moved to The County Treasurer placed his
lI+TLJlTLY US, 1892. 1. and children of the household are ex. Commissioners for Putnam County, books and accounts before the Board, has been in business in Palatka for a

.'" .'3 LKTTKB FROM CRESCENT CITY. eluded for the want of a feeling of p-r-i Fla., met at the Court IIonse this and requested an examination. The number of years, during hich time he

Coaoty "Cl 1'-;k' Wright .lain nY -Kewy .<* Core poedena Palatka Time sonal interest in the matter; and men day m regular session. chair appointed Messrs. Commissioners has become thoroughly familiarized
rt ...)' : loot in the wild of such Gautier and Monr.n to make the examination with the
: 13. delight hap.| needs of the Palatka people
.f - -Si, *> .'f / P.reaent-T. N. Gautier W. R. and report. They reportedas
Good Syrup, 40 cents gaUpn,* atGraidgtr' :'Among the numerous letters from penmgs ate likely to forget that living L. U. follows: and never fails to pleaae them. The
Bowen. Morgan and H. S. Mln-
,. *, your, correspondents: at this place 1 desire in the heart of the mother and "At the request of Mr. B. L. Lilien- Captain left Palaita onte. however,bnt

t> have only one that had a political little ones at home that continually! ton, members; also, James H. Sheller! that, County Treasurer, we have examined soon returned More thau ever satisfied.

:Mrs. Wm. Pamsh, of Fruitland: seen from the tiresome Sheriff and Frank the books and accounts from Walter Thomas
longs to away the
'r coloring It may be that I overlooked get Wright, Clerk. travelling manf
1891 1892) and take
January to
in the city on Monday. July, ,
: some, and as that writer dilated upon dredgery of household duties, and The Chairman being absent on account pleasure in saving the accounts are correct the firm. i< possessed of an equal

Mr. J. D. Ruffs left last evening for the virtues and qualifications of his enter that realm of association where of illness, Mr. Commissioner and the.OOb kept in excellent amount of hospitality. lie is what may

:Macon, where he will remain for sometime friend, a candidate foraveryimponan: kindred hearts are touched by sym Bowen was made temporary chairman. condition. be termed a "b ch pressure" carryinga

his the of the I oathies and inspired by nobler resolves THOS. N GACTIEB, hundred pounds of the steam of ea.
with son.H. office m gift people, hopeI The meeting was called to order by I*. U. :MOROAK
be pardoned (or saying "just a life under such conditions develop ervy to the square inch. Walter nevir
M. SelIg,representing his Savannah may the chairman, and the following business Committee.
house was in the city"Wednesday word" for my particular friend, who 1 Is into grander realizations and communities disposed of: The Clerk of the Criminal Court presented returns to headquarters without the

printing a candidate for the same place. are urged onward a loftier The minutes of the last cost bills against the State in apace m his order book well taken up.
regular meeting
of twelve cases, which were examined, tie informed a TIMES that in
The Sheriff of a county should be a plane citizenship.Too man one
read and
were motion found and in
upon ap correct approved dupli
Miss Mary Allen,one of Fruitland'smoet man of iron will, steady nerve, good much praise cannot be given to proved. week last month he sold to the South

accomplished young. ladies, was character and sound constitution" We Mr. Adam King, the faithful aud sel The County Auditor preaented*his cate.The Sheriff presented his account Florida merchants over 6.000 worth of
in the tity Monday have some inch men in our midst, but sacrificing superintendent of the Metb itemized statement for the month of against the State for feed of ten (10) l goods.This: firm, through
A. J. Reynolds one of Welaka's it is not every one who has the desire odist Sunday School, whose wisdom 'June, which was examined, found prisoners, as follows: !and hard work, has acquired a standing energy
planned and brought to successful 2 prisoner 30 days at 40c. . .f 24 00
prominent merchants, was In the city to serve his country in such capacity, a correct and ordered filed. 1 29 h h .. .. 11 60 and significance among the leading

onday. though the list of announcements Is result the many pleasurable and happy The County Judge presented his 1 28" .. .. 11 20 wholesale houses of the State,and with
results Children's Day" at Frui the advantage of freight will make the
ample.I 1 25 U. ... 10 00
of licenses issued
statement the
:Miss Lucy Gantiei' left her home in have seen several letters from land. The occasion owes Us success to during: 1 u 23" u . 920 Jacksonville merchants tremble with
pea fear and
month June which
Crescent City last Friday loran ex of was exam- 1 h 16 II .. .. 1280 anxiety.
a feeling ot necessity that revealed "
in different of the 'Ti,
tended stay ia Minanna, Ga., her old ple parts county amined. approved and ordered filed. 2 I' 3 U .. 2 40 mortal to command success,
itself to the worthy but we'll do
tridely separated, that seems to indicate Superintendent The County Treasurer presented his more, Semproneous, we'll

home. ___ the selection at the primaries of weeks before its occurrence. The announcement statement of warrants paid and cancelled 10 Total .. .... ...?........?S1 20 deserve it."

Mr. George T. Russell, of Welaka, one >of our fellow-townsmen, Major was quietly made, and it during the month of June, which was examined, found correct and Always Get the Best.

made "Ihe' Times'1 a verb pleasantcall Jesse'L. Burton. The trend of thoughthere met with a happy response' not only follows aporoved in duplicate.It .
I as : Persons who
that the suffer Rheumatism
Tuesday. He reports \Velaka In a ia that he is well qualified for the from the members of his school, but appearing approaches to
From the General Fund. .$1.80)5 68 the Rice Creek to
". Ferry are a dangerous want Immediate relief. It U not
position, and that if elected the interests -
flourishing condition from the entire community; and when Mr.
of the people will be in good : which was examined found correct condition Ommusioner enough that the pain should be eased,
the morning glories of the dry of rest Bowen is. motion elected
upon a committee
Mr. D. B. Preston accompanied his hands. As before mentioned in your and ordered filed. and the appetite bt> increajed. Anything
broke the Tillage the river of one to visit the ferry and
over by
sister, Mt*. LA Bree. to Jacksonville paper, the Major is ane of our pioneer The County Treasurer also presentedhis put the boat and approaches in proper : short of a cure (U only prolonging
citizens, has served the county beforeIn parents and children from all sectionsof
and saw her off 10 the ship (roquo-s for positions' of trust, to the entire satisfaction the community were seen wending statement* showing balances on I condition, and report to the Board at torture. The 'poisonous acids In the

New York.Ripan's of all; he Is a public hand July let, 1892, as follows: the next meeting.Mr. blood, whiclt u the direct cause of
tough their way, as it were, to a common J. H. Merrvdav, Supervisor of
man, honest and faithful, and To the credit of the General Hht-ura ttiiin, are immediately etitctually
Tabules prolong life. he has some opposition here 1 think altar to offer their grateful tribute of Fund..... . ..... ... $5,59643 Registration,appeared before the Board
the it when he said thanksgiving to the author and giverof to request a requisition from the Secretary up.-lI..llly Dr. Druinm.-ii'U's
Sewers are being placed along "Buckeye" put right which was examined and ordered filed.
of State for books and blanks for Li. htinin .
Kcme '
I.Y'Vh it hd
dead certain." If ; ;; rv 10
streets of Wh "Burtou your people every: good and perfect gift. Denominational
principal our city. The County Collector presented1 his the forthcoming election. Upon(motion .
in falatka will stand by him we perform a cure, the price t* refunded.If .
says Palatka'0 young city council art will do share here and I Barnes were lost sight of. statement showing the amount of the Clerk is instructed to make the
our up ; as the drug::;ut ctnnot furnish it the
doing nothing This \a more than has have talked with scores of them I The Baptist Sunday School and men taxes collected during the month of requisition.

efer been done before. Mr. W. B. think the Major wilt come out with! and women of different religion convictions Jane, as follows: Upon motion ordered that the registration remedy will be rent prepaid to any address *
; books be kept open three days on receipt of price, fire dollars
Gordon superintending the work, flying colors MART. ,entered once into the en- County Revenue. ... .. ... .$16 87 in each week, from the first Mondayto Drammond Medicine Co.
twill joyment of the occasion and each and School Tax. . .. ... 18 73 4S-CO
which is a guarantee *hat It b. The "w.rk .{ Bobbers. **" County : the second Saturday in August and Maiden Lane, New York. Agents
dons ;" every qne felt as though the pleasures County Licenses .. ... .. .. 1 76 the Supervisor is instructed to notifyhis wanted.

properly. On Friday !aightberglars entered eev of the day was ordained for. their special Poll Taxes ... .. .. .. 13 00 deputies that they will receive $2 a

P. Barrantine Of Buffalo.Bluff is oral houses and stores, and succeeded day as compensation for their work, OBITUARY.
., in carrying away from some places benefit. Total .... .. ... .. .. . .$)() 36 and also $2 for the day they return the
for tale fine tomatoes
offering melons Mr. King; was greatly assisted by Died, at her residence on
valuable boodle. : The Clerk of the Criminal Court presented books and ten cents a mile mileage Orange
and siring ioeans. Mr. BarrantioeV Rev. Mr. Rider the { the each I street July 10 Mrs. Rebecca
One of the principal losers was )fr. pastor;; p his transcript of judgments ren- way.Upon Doyle
melons have a world-wide reputation o Methodist Church whose labor of love motion the Supervisor of Registration wife of A. N. The deceasedwas
;. .. .. .. / WkRipans Chas. Herrera. The theivw obtained ,dered at the June term of the Criminal Doyle. .

Tabulea cure jaundice.: ? 'aa entrance by crawling through /the has greatly endeared him to the peopleof Court which was examined( and ordered assist him is in authorized his office to, such employ clerical, to born in Charleston S.C., in 1861,

Mr. and }(ra. E. E. Haskell have returned transom over tSe door; They scared the entire peninsular. The'efforts I filed. help as he thinks necessary, and to came: to A.Florida N. in 1888, aud was married

from Pablo, where they were $15 In cash, besides a large amount of of these noble men were sided by Mrs. Mr. B. F. McGraw appeared before send the bill to the Board from time to to women Doyle in our In city 1889.had Few a more colored
mueieal i
Wra. Parrish, whose talent was the Board and asked for reduction time. -
sojurnlng for a week. fine whisker tad ci< owlng.bms
were presented
evidently retired humming that old familiar demoted in training the ,vetoes oflh on his taxes as assessed for 1892. and Clerk'authorized to;draw warrants, of our people than Mrs. Dovle. .She
TU r the ateam.r.Chief youthful choristers whose sweet referred Mr. of unobtrusive
songi AssessorWilliams
Upon{ motion to was a woman manners,
for the
"FrftoM Dollars in Inside same:
Gar made some tests with the song,'' 1 my added much to the enjoyment ,of the to take such action as he a.' vei' of quiet disposition, and in all tae association

team fire eO$ Wednesday, which .Pocket. ;, ; t thinks just. .dwrs'road.C.Butler County._.....?Commissioner?'...........;.two. 410 of life exhibited a proper conception -
proved \i. be In excellent con !i oD. The large plate giaWin one of R. J.Riles' day.The Bids were received for printing thedelinquent L. V. Morgan, County Commlanionn-, of the propriety of proper
meeting was during lists and the bill of two ears|4 mileage $4.bo tour day conduct. She member of the
The steamer has undergone thorough show windows was broken but the Rev. G. Riles of Mc- tax on road, ....;........... .....;.. .,....... IS 00 was a
to taken. day by W. Wm. A. Pra't, manager Palatka Herald W.R. Botre.. oGnty Comnlssioner two colored Presbyterian Church at this
repair by Geo. A.* Miller who kindly strange say, nothing was Meefcia, Rev. J. A. Mostly! of Putnam being the lowest- ,e'f one cent clara $..; mileage $IM.........._.... 5 SOL place, and adorned her connection
fhere was in the window several fine hue for four insertions his ft. Minion County OmedMtioner, with that church with the of
d his lime and knowjedjj'egrats.Tbe Hall weekly a
voted } and Mr.Thomas!lind, ($Jeonre- per two day $ mileage ,SX2Q; a day graces
a" and )ir.I gold pens with pearl handles. The supposition bill is accepted, and the Clerk b instructed onroadtloT... Jr...' V.V. .. .. 172' consecrated Christian life and left its
job was very great one, tewn also the ReT.
; by pastor, MrBlder. T. N.Gaauer. the
the County Commissioner. S
Is that the thieves, as they; to notify Comptroller.Mrs. membership a legacy in memory of
Miller is due appreciation and clara S4,mileage 14.203 day on road
Cone appeared before the peaceful death. She also
were about to secure' this handsome 15.60..4 ,.. hey was a
thaafc of the City Council, the Fire The addresses were able and highly Board to demand payment of $v0; for K. Shepherd,for pauper Patrick. $.100, member of the order known as the
display, became frightened at some of the for road William, $3..._....................... 8WGeorg > "Ladies' Court "
Department and the citizens at large. entertaining;'and greatly increased thinterest the use county purposes Knowle,for pauper Mr*.Sweat 5 MH. an organization connected
The'cUatnerlhrows. water a distance thing and retreated. of the of the old road bed crossing her R.Can ey,for paaperTboma... 500 with the colored Masonic Iraternityi -
ofelt&feeLIt The,residence of Captain. R. J. Adams day. land at or near Thigpen station on the W. H. Cyrus,M. D.. for. pauper Mrs.. I and of another organization
? Stnnr and ... .. .... 600T.
was. next visited,where a hatchet A number, excellent recitations I. T. & K. W. Railway. No actionwas .C.Butter,,for Oakley Mr*.WorrlU:;,1Sr wii- i iUa.f3. known as the "Sons and Daughters of
is a fixed and immutable law that were given by pupils of the Sunday taken. ..".... ". .... .. ... ... 100 Jacob." These two organizations attended
was-left which had been taken from ....,.
W.J. Bryant, for pauper Hall. S M
to have, good, sound health\ one must School. No occurrence tn the history In the matter of petition to move John Beck, for pauper Lee.! ......,. SM the funeral service In full regalia -
Mr. Herrera's saloon. Nothing was from Francis to Penie ....... which added much th.
have pure,'rich ,and abundant blood. of this has been abundant voting product H. W.Koop for Wtdner,panper" 5M to solem-
community so F. IX Ackerman for McGraw.. S 00
molested here. presented at the last meeting, acounte pauper nity and impressiveness of the occa
There is no shorter nor sorer route in O.P.Spracn. for panper X.Hanbory. 5 00
than by a coarse of De Witt's. fiarsarrQU. On the same night the.5roter .of_ S. presence of a feeling of petition was presented signed by Jas Emma Beck,for henelf. S 00 sion.The
common Interest, or in the enobling Canon, J. H. Squires W. D. Wilktn 8.G.Sillier for pauper Mrs.. Lamkla.. 5 M services were conducted in the
: Graham
,' ''1' E. Bond and s4 barety ..entered A.MeCraay,for pauper Lorey mtch... P 00
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influence of its results as Children'sDay ; son anl forty-five others. Upon motion J. y Blackwe,Clerk,criminal Court A. M. E.ia-urch which was filled bv

lifts/;Captain JiBiJsrniaa4fCi! o ino, At: the tOll er.place a water. at Fruitland July 3, 18 2. the June petition is refused. ff'ellh...... ...."., ..................". 17 (3 the sorrowing friends of .tbe deceased
pleasaol caper yesterday "< melon (and that the property of someone W. 1L W. Upon motion the dividing hue between H. Drew A Pnv. records................ MOO Rev. Mr. Robinson, pastor of the colored
WM a
else was the Irving Gillis,Jndge.salary to July S..., no: W
) oily thing taken. A Precincts and 16 be the Marloi I J. H.Sh.iky.Sberlf................,... 19895 Baptist Church read the opening
Mrs, Ilennis I'etermaun, J... has been lot of bread, cakes and pies were secured -' Ripans Tabulea purify the blood. C>unty line and Ocklawaha River. AU Frank Wright Clerk, salary eto...... Tt S hymn "There is a Land of Pure Delight -
at the bakery. I I Louis Hope,janitor................."... 20 00 and
quite ill sts'eeLMasterFlank; south of 'thn Ocklawaha River to Tote Florida Commercial Company, rent of Rev. T. T. Gaines, pastor

While in the act of entering A. M. Mrs. S. M. La Bree left Crescent at Norwalk.In Armory for June..............,........ 25 71 of the A. M. E. Church, offered the
Redfern, of Augusta, Hanghton's store Wednesday night,one the matter of the petition fochange W. H.Cyrus: ,for Board of Health..... Rio .- opening prayer; the pastor of the

Ga., is visiting relatives in this county. Of the burglars, a mullaUo was captured City Saturday morning for Jacksonville, in the Orange Springs and Palatka and Jane Ice.F&etorJ.1ee.. .. .. ....for...April.....,..May... S 6ft .colored Presbyterian: Church delivered
and now liea in the County Jail. after a visit of several weeks. with Waldo road presented at the last meeting W.N.Pearce mile post, ete........... W to :an interesting funeral discourse from
Mrs. 0.E. Barton and sister, Mrs. friends and will sail.for New York I A.J.Payne mile poets,etc.,to balance 13 00 the "The
It will be seen in our announcement on no counter petition being presented McKenzie Jt Bnrts, printing proeeed- subject, peaceful reward of
Toplef lelula&t' week for New Jersey, the; Iroquois, where she will join her the petition is granted, and G. I ga for one quarter ....." ............ 3129O. the Christian;" after which the bodywas
where column that Captain M. L Coxe announces F. Bullard. E. W. Germsan and S. O Leper Bailey Rci.er, ga for Jail followed to last in
will the its retting place
they spend summer 1! husband. and oonrt noose fortune........".... 4WK
himself a candidate for the ovclace arc appointed commissioners B Gautier.. road defaulter. nrmwn- the cemetery. The funeral ceremony

1. C. Cochrane will occupy the building office of County Judge. Captain Cox to mark out said change and report to .Geo.Lion Otrenon...........,..........:-:::..-. ::..-.... lime from beginning to end, wax a Suing

recently nca.ted.bv.l. E. Jackson, ii one of our oldest and well known the Board at the next meeting.In Frank Lnmpkln.two one day day etpiallilnir.equalizing. 4 S 00 00 tribute to the worth and Christian

in the Fry Block. Mr. Jackson has G. Ma DAVIS & SON the matter of the petition for J.Rodgers,two day eqnaluin.-. ..: 4 00 character of the decea ed. **
citizens true and,tried .
I a Democrat, an road from Etoniah Church to cross Walker,Eran A Cogswell,.tatioael')' 2* M '

\if'moved.. to his own building .on Upper ex-Confederate soldier and if the )un's Creek presented .t the June J.C.J.I.McCaUuc.Bogenr,supplies,one days 101'jail.eqnalizing............... COO S on Goto La> Springs Grain.r County.East

Lemon. voters of old Putnam shonld,select him (Successor toO..X.Davis), meeting. The petition is granted upon The. Board then adjourned to the / Tennessee.A .

Kick: Carter' View, they will have nothing to regret. condition that the petitioners open the August meeting. Popular Summer Resort, twentyone -

Nick Carter, the irrepressible has naarr.errase or road in good traveling condition, and miles from Knoxville on the first-
Several lady converts were immersed mild the bridge without expense to
D. C. Jacksonville who
five cent form Andress. class Morristown and
just completed in a most in the river Sunday afternoon.All the county.Apetition. ,newly completed
bloodcurdling account of the chase, was received signed by J. formerly had charge of the Home Restaurant Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and

murder and capture of the famous J., trains of the J.,T. & K. W.were' E. Starr, Chas. C. Slade, J. L. Maul ha rented that popular resort, Telegraph Office on the place. :Passengers -

T. & K. W. express roobers. late Tuesday. 'CJDr T an 1PALATXA and eleven others, asking for public the Travellers, and moved into his new from this North and East via
road as follows:
The author assumes the responsibility "We the undersigned do quarters.: The. Travelerf has always Morristown; from the South eta Knoxville .
WI V 1 M write S Uri ,tax-payers, borne .a and
of uSlag the names of some of our best respectfully ask honorable bodyto geed .repiitafion, ; from the West 'via Knoxvilleand
MEDDUESBOEO, Ky., July 14.-Th. following your
people. The entire book is a combination grant as a public road beginning at now. tht Mr. A&d-r*** is at lu head, Cumberland Gap. SapCnornalX...
of and autograph letter from Grover the northeast .corner 'of Charles C. the people who have occasionf visit ural advantages, viz: Fm t. Romantic
cxagerations Cbvtland, U ia reply to the rMolutiooa Slss e's property, the same being the Mountain Scenery with Signal Point
Jacksonville assured of
rest a good
boldly asserts that In Florida, on the passed by the Clne1a d-SienDlOC dub Correspondence solicited. Sizes and northeast quarter of the southeast BMJ higher and more commanding thai

banks of a river, it is an otter Impossibility of this placer '*"*f quarter of section 13, Township 12, place to sleep and plenty to eat while Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool

to navigate three steps without s OR.&T EJ.uUllt! prices sent on applicafion. jyl-3 flange 28 east running in an easterly there. The new proprietor has already and Healthy Location. Superior natural

tramping that veracious of Bt"U&lIN BAT_ >fas, Jn1y. 'L direction to Intersect with the Como I establish for himself a lasting Mineral Waters, White Sulphur
enemy Black
J. W. Campbell. and Crescent City road, at or near the reputation M of the Home Sulphur and Chalybeate, ac
mankind-the water moccasin. He also Mr Data S .-I devir to thank von for water tank en the J. T. & K. W. Railroad manager knowledged the best sooth of the Po-
says that they are very thick island ending me 'a- copy of the resolutionsadopted restaurant. tomac. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths.
on an ; also ask your body to appoint aa
by the Democracy of Middles
near Palatka, which seems to be a bore, and do aware you that th. kind allusions UND ERTAIN&AD & marking commissioners H. J. Barlow. I I Good Society, Music, uancing and

favorite rendezvous for them where to me therein are folly appreciated.I Charles E. Slade and J. E. Starr. LaIJover I usual amusements.Comfortable Booms,
do not wonder that those adopting these nnder the rules to August meet C. WMA'RVIN"D.D.: SOBADCATZ Beds and food Table Fare. Board,
they grow to the enormous size of a resolution speak of the force bill .* the ;;.. $30 to f 40 per month. Post Office Is

man's legs, and from. five to eight horror a.it embodies of Republicanism.ant a direct Such attack doctrines upon mg.in the matter of the Sim's Creek : DENTAL DEPARTMENT named LEA',. 'SFEDTOS, Grainger

feet In length. UM theory of our government, and while' ridge,there appearing to be a douLt County, East Tennessee. Send for "

He says that Palatka proper is quitea rock measures especially menace the we whether or not the bridge has been CSITZESITY OJ' TLNNWEL Descriptive Cirrnlar.
& of the eoato. it mart Address
distance from the water-that East be condemned aDd denounced by ell these built in accordance with the speclfica- Pre ,

Palatka is situated on the river. everywhere who lore their country and ions, it is upon motion ordered that a 1dent'andManagcr.Tw. .
haft the last claim to be numbered committee, composed of J. G. Harvey,
This pack of lies should be checked among those! who tellers ia the principles A ruu. LDTE cf METAIIC, CLOTHand J. W.Hall and. J. H. Height, be ape .. YmtbXmI KrUew (

if there is a way to do it, as people who of true Democracy. GBOVU Very truly CLETILASD.1OkKINGMENcolltd yoon, WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON pointed to inspect the bridge and re- Two of the youngest prisoners on

are act acquainted with the true situation HAND.Mail. port to the Board at the next meeting.In record are Hoses.and George Tompkins, '
case the decision of the committee aged 8 and 11
of affairs may inclined to believe respectively.

them. et and telegraph orders promptly the fs against expense the of the contractor inspection.he is to pay boys are children of.the noted criminal"

Nick assumes the credit of "running WeffeksgBMAreadfe.> attended to. : Upon motion adjourned to meet tomorrow 1 EnriCIAL TEETH OV GOLD; SILVER, Tompktai, who laj bi jail at Palatka

down" each and every robber with the It Wf :ti*_ because k morning at 9 o'clock. &. ALUMIL'M of CKOWJT.cud RUBBER.Specialty BRIDGE. 'and GOLD for so life. They were brought to Ibis

exception of the two killed at Buffalo ..ElerItada tM& SeMa.Ior B. L. LILIENTHAL. WEDNESDAY'S: PEOC1 5 DIXG5.I roRjv Chloride* of Ethyl admlaiftered foe the, city bv: Cosstable' Jofe****, charged

Bluff, and asserts that he was Instrumental free I Board met pursuant to adjournment, leas extraction. Teeth Mia.' with beeoe-toeafa U Ik* day *K.
In bringing the second one to staple 9fj. ryifight call at R. 8, MOO>tEY'S, I.I.all preset except Mi. T. c.. Butler. SAVX Brtutoro]FALATKA u. ;rsssbs" .."$ ,... tWo they_ _

justice there. Tfa C7r1.ti. Dr. "W. H. Cyrus made application to oioe itor0t a ,-uJ.. 1&0' 'iii: ..... .. 1 .
of FstBtm : ,
lcsak.rtX I I rear 1T oose. 1e 6-ly tike Beard for $300 on account of Ccraa- I P... .p.. IJ rtosR,1t ,""" ot.


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