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 29, 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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Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
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Proprietors. i ; PALATKA. FLORIDA TODAY, JULY,29,1892.. t': :"t.,'. >, ', t YQUJME a-NUIBEir 2I.ANNOUNCEMENTS. .

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FOil THE LEGISLATURE. For S.p rUt .dc t *f Public Instrucd.I EOSTWICK. discriminations. Baflrcada need a limit: were on the best of term, and if he

I bereby announce myself a candidate for and the people a safeguard. He referred ([Mr. Kennedy) .ia elected, will fur
FOR CLERK; CIRCUIT COURT nomination for the Legislature at the Democratic hereby announce myself as an Independent to the law nish jut as good a bond .as himself,
being adjustedto
held llth 1892.Respertfully candidate for Superintendent game
Primaries to be AngusC and would make a good.Treasurer. Mr.
a DEMOCRATIC VOTERS I. or PCTHAJIy J. H. HARP. of Public Instruction far Putnam suit different counties; also of rescuing -. Martin Griffin, he said, is a nice young
-- County, subject to the suffrage of the the road law from existing com- man; has just been elected Mayor of
'eby mpectf on? announce myself ere a FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PEOPLE at the October election. If .* COMER AT/BOSTWICK. plications. Dr. Morgan' also paid the Palatka, and be thought for a young
atf for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pnt- ,.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the thought worthy of their nnpp rt. Betpectfully ladles man like him one om.at a time was
subject to and bowed. his
> la the inc.jslectlony a
unty compliment
I mlnation of co the Democratic Party, and office of Justice of the Peace for the District of .MLKCAyctu M RAUSZ. \ -t .. : enough. Let him make a record for.;;*
I ask Palatka,and soHdt the support of the Democratic than u. himself and then ask for more; however '

your support.JOSEPH! PRICE. voters atjthe approaching Primaries. FOR CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT.t Baaa"' *.rlU .and Bostwlck.' n. Prise Ii; Introducing Mr. Harp, the cJl.alfeI; I if the people by their vote decide .

;if J. M. POWERS.' I hereby announce-myself a candidate .Bemvcrmtle Precincts the County, man spoke uf the "Harp of a thousandstrings ; to call him to the office there is no
doubt of his ability to serve with honor rand
SURER OF PUTNAM COUNTY. FoVTHE: LEGISLATURE. for reflection for the oflh of Clrk of D.tbBarbecu.Actsad Wake. ," which elicited a ripple of man a good Treasurer. But the

1 to announce myself as a candidate for I'n'3rAJI HALL Fir.July*.II ***. the Circuit Court Very respectfully,I j' ,the Ecko.s.t. the PIa... pleased appreciation. Mr. Harp came question comes up, why make a change?
nation for the office of County Treasurer, announce myself a candidate for DominationRespectfully .
forward that he If Treasurer has served
FRANK WRIGHT. J| stating as was too your present
Democratic rotersnnty .
the ,
the of
\to action for the legislature. '
unwell to make he think. you well is it not a guarantee that the
B L LILIENTHAL. JOHN P. WALL : a speech was
TO THE CITIZENS OF PUTNAM COUNT. : ; .j: .: Future will be as fall of honor and
The twenty-first of..Jull. 1892) lag of taking the first train home, but
FOR TREASURER.DEMOCRATIC capability as the past? basked his
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I hereby announce myself as an Independent as he had been called he would A "
PCTKA say audience to look into his record as a
a VOTER or XOBWALK, Ftan July 4,1892. was made memorable at the thriving
ifeby for the office of Probate candidate for the office of : .. few words. He had heard it charged citizen, merchant and Democrat. For
I am a candidate
announce myself as a candidate force County Court Judge subject to the. action of Sheriff of Putnam County, subject,to tow of Bostwlck, on the J. 1K.. that he was a railroad corporation nearly twenty years be baa been a resident }

of County Treasurer subject to the the Primaries and respcctf nUr solicit the sap the action of the voters in the comiag WJRftilway, by the gathering*there of man. He said he believed in justiceto of the and been going out
don of the Party, and respectfully and in all men always
of Putnam County. coming ,
of the Democratic niters
pP rt. 8J'KEXI'ERLY.CPERINTESDENT P9". ,_ N. H. THOMAS. election. J. ,H. S !:LLET.I .r* Democratic'. candidates. and hosts of to both the railroads and the people, careful of hU name and reputation,

ti -- tromtall and thought would be off it with to the confidence t
DtllJ cratiC" quarters we poorly a hope always enjoy
or PUBLIC L i- Palatkans at the Dewey Hotel, Sec yeomen, .
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.I had railroads. He believes in of his fellow-citizens. As to his
.4IJnrcno:!(, respectfully announce myself a candidate I Breeze, Sunday were Sam Wise a4 of the county 3'. .,, ,:, we no political record he was' cot made a
earnest! solicitation of friends.I hereby rot nomination to the egjslatnru from Putnam i family, Charles Mitchell, wife and'soa, Uader the caption of ,Democracy at cheaper : better transportation, Democrat anywhere, but was born a
ce myself a*a candidate tot the office oftondent to ratification by the approaching WUKstt moderation and justice to all; and Democrat and
Pnbtt.Iostruct1o.iubjec4to Canty subject i Dr. H. R. Estes and family and tetwick In our"{_t Usne we gave forty-seven yean ago,
of while railroads he
we appreciate wants
Democratic from the lime of his manhood has never
ilaatiouof the Democratic voter of the Primaries.BEXJ.. E. MORGAN. Shields. It is needless to eay'sisMk. tt.1'eadera a forefiUt*'of what the real them to appreciate our patronage as voted any other than the straight Demociatic .

,and respectfully Mk their support. ___ was also the jolliest crowd. *.$' lies of the day in its fullness might the country grows a greater volume of ticket. Here Lilienthal triedto
TKOS. W. JU.UJLtOR FOR THE LEGISLATURE.I : it business will be done, cheaper rates be a little facetious and referred to
Mrs. L. R. Patton Rockford KL., ..ut- truth was a regular high I ,
COUNTY AB8ES9OS.iEJCOCRATW announce myself a candidate for renomina- time and of the happenings and more prosperity will lesult. He his opponents, one on each side of himas
writes experience I many
: "From personal touched on the convict lease and
lion to the Ltpislfttion from Putnam County system dealers in Iron, while he was a
"' yvrxa.or: PvfSAM subject to the action of the Democratic Prt.A.KOXRO& can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla ncWents of the day we cover with a: Experimental Farm which latter he dealer in wood. Every one knows that

'I'J IT JiF7announce *fyrt Buries. a cure for impure blood and general .veil*of chanty and pass on to other thought had never been ten cents Iron is stronger than wood but when
myself! a eaadjdai .'. *- debility. P. F. Peek. benefit to any one of his hearers.
( Tax Assessor (.Putnam County JUDGE.I features more congenial. the vote of the primaries is counted it
d ,;the. nomination of,the Democraticfully FOR COUNTY : The train reached.1JOI wlCk about lIon. Henry Hutchinson was next will be found that wood has proven the
candidate for thi
announce myself a Miss Nina Jam.
hereby Woltz visiting called He made a very good speech, in this After
d ask your support.W. County subject to the action of the Unwell filled with from Pa- strongest race. thanking-
M. WILLIAMS.COCNTY Judge ily of Captain Davis, at AnastasIa. people and created a good impression. He his audience for their attention and

,,Democratic.. Primaries. Respectfully M. LCOXE. :l latka and other points of the county- explained hut course while in the Leg paying his respects to the ladies, he

JUDGE.VOT Miss Camillas Core, after a pleasantvisit :mostly good, Democrats, with a large islature. He believes in a good rail- retired.

a .ulfIQ .R* or tiJiAiiknounee to Jacksonville and Pablo, has i returned road commission; one that can enforce There was so much confusion just _
... .. : didatea and _
of'ca& an occasional '
'' banish sprinkling ,
t: r' Bipans Tabules pain. home. Its decrees lie believes in a law thatIs then ousidethe pavilion, owing to .
myself-ai aeandldate for I d S Republican. who probably went good for the poor man as well as fora horse racing irad loud talking, that It

nnty Judge ct l"atD&lleouatr.. SPECIAL N01Ict. SUMMER SCHEDULES. :. .to take'notes and sea what a Demo- railroad, and thinks if a poor man's was difficult to bear what was said.

i of the party,and respect- 7PI.NT8 OF TIDE BEAUTIFUL I cratlc,lova feast was really like. Host- cow' is killed they should be made to Mr. Martin Griffin, Jr.,. then responded -
uxrporf. Wll.R.DsWITT. Attention is called to the advertisement tor it. He explained the road law
ZANZIBAR WATER LILT'- For'sale new wIck is more noted for her business My to loud calls, and going' upon
of the East Tenn. Va. & Ga. and said it was not intended to operatein said that
JrOR TAX COLLECTOR- eheab five for' dollar J eeedsr three platform public speakingwas
? one than her shade trees but in the absenceof
all counties alike and the number of
'} f DuioottTio VOTER or PCTXAU jackets for A) ceota. Addicts W. E.l'ALER"Lake I Railway System,showing correct schedules not In his line, but he meant by
Como Fla. trees a beauttfel pavilion had been days the people should be required to practice to finally master the art. He
jyl-tf via their THE
work the roads was left t the discretion
erected at Intervals
ce myself as aeandtdaafortbmoffe.ofTaxColkxtorof by putting aft poets was loudly applauded as he ascended
'Put- ?'t.oeri-GocernmentFlntof Township TIMES commends favorably Mr. J. 1C. and:ronain stringers'"on their tops, of the county commissioners. In the stand, and points made in his '

\,subject nomination by the party, 10, Range 23, Putnam County, on I Jolly, District Passenger Agent off Ae and ( beri)1'eri: with boughs regard to his candidacy for Clerk, he speech roundly cheered. Mr. Griffin .
fully ask your support. wooden roller. Finder returning to this System Jacksonville, to the traveling! g pine ; had been prevailed upon to make the was brief but stated that he had been
F C BLAJ.CHARD.S'DENT officetwill be rewarded. i If informationand the tfctMMsl, ends were neatly draped race on the ground, as slated by his prevailed upon' to enter the.race

je2i- i T. W. RALPH.Cg"MoNEY public. they caunot get Md yVite and blue cloth and theeffeetf friends, that the outside country apart for the office of Mayor of Palatka much ,
OF PUBLIC IN8TKUCTION. | tickets desired from neatest coupon from Palatka was entitled to a shareof
was pretty. Under this against his 1n linatinn; but as it was
; TO LOAN on ImprovedCity ticket agent, Mr. JoUr will answer: very the offices, and promised, if nominated stated that he was the only one.that
of the friends of Rer. J. A Property. GILLIS GILLIS. .....t-re arranged tables for the and elected to do his whole .
letter of could be depended to leadademo
)%_.at me[.,having a candidate espressed for the a wish position that je1T-tt send every parties maps inquiry, complete in schedule \d a-' 'J'TOWS of seats and a platform imty. He told a funny joke cracy to victory he upon accepted the standard ;*,- ;
'fcperintendent of Public Instrnc- g.t'OR SALE Two Fine-Bred etc. lIe recommends, however, tht aid decal for speakers. There were about kicking tramps out of bed and and went in to win. The ,office.: .

tl%noel himself for said candidacy. Black and Tan Puppies, the smallest through tickets be purchased from tridt'g* three refreshment, stand, at which caused much laughter he stated, was worth only 8200,but it,...
Hire Georgian, and has conducted starting point when practicable as in'a wound up by paying a compliment to had cost him f 500 to win victory. He
in town one mule anti one female. which'euda water ice cream, lemonade
; woman, that but for
hlfch; grade academic and colng J. B. DONNELLY. majority of cases much money is saved saying Queen was devoted to the cause of the ;
k \ a Professorship in Jrt&d11ODF'j je24-3" by doing so. The local agents are and:watermelons were dispensed! and Isabella, who pawned her jewels to and believed he could win, ana pas a

to make a home in Florida. Hem 'Wanted, by an ambitious young therefore the best ones to see first wen- patronized. raise the money necessary to fit out I good Democrat was entitled to their

\; aid of th*< County to make a man willing and active. Address, with about tickets, etc. Aftdunet[ Rev. G. W. Riles, of Columbus for his voyage of discovery, I suffrages. The :Mayor's term would
.1 America might yet bit in the wilds. lie within short time the beginning
particulars "WORK, care this paper.ju32t. expire a pf .
Good H......,.. Brother Dyson Mctteekin' called the assemblage was frequently applauded.Mr. of entering upon the duties of

JUSTY ASSESSOR. Probably the in order and introduced the speakers. Joseph Pnce was next called. Treasurer, and would not conflict In
'To ATIC VOTER or PTTKAM GrQIL\NGE GRVOE FOR SALE. happiest man Palatka n% ..John P Vail was first called. Joe is too modest. He only mountedthe any way. *' .
Two miles from Palatka, coutainiug 30 this week is jolly,good-natured Deputy'Sheriff stand to excuse- himself candidate <
He is.j& candidate for the Legislature.IejQa&t saying Ret.J.A. Mosely far Superintendent /
1 (announce myself a candidate acres of land, fenced; 300 Orange Dson, who found 'a bouncing : he was no tpaadler;Aittsaid.ia'ruato of Imbue InstrucQuk/

Tax Assessor Putnam County) ,. ;Trees, 100 of which are old bearing baby boy at his houaefSaturtlay,tnbfn-- > {a vert. good speech and be- the tram ps !'beinj i<:fced"oatl Ve l1 next claimed the attention of the pk-' ,

,BoJttBtl&cation) by the Democratic prima. treeAl, ;Peach,Plum and other ing. Since then he'haS'been wrapt 'in g&1f'by'84llrig l he could not'hope to lay thought-his f.ie tid":] t frroelcL... f pej nd In* few %ell chosen wocds pim>-- '

., flee.. dt the sujiport.of the voters of the fruit. "Good house and water; near smiles, and that mischievous twinkle In Demo tl en1.or Cicero in the shade\ bvhis (Henry) was one of the tramps At seated his claim for election. He wts"s;

Qwnti J. P APPLEBY. Lurid -Station. Price, $1,000. his eye has magnetized.We eloquence,but was endowed by the any rate, toe 11th of August would tell an educated man, had been engaged to '

Address M. H. DALTON; Palatka, copgratulate YOU, Brother Dyson the story. II the work of education all his life.' lie .
FOR SHERIFF.At Florida:" mY2- Divine Creator with sufficient intelligence Mr. John W. Davit of Crescent .
uicitatlon of friends, I hereby an- _ and assure you if the youns man growsup was a good Democrat native of tit'South .
bouna If as a candidate for the office of Duane Bros.1 market Is always in the footsteps' of his father he will to throw a little light on public City, mounted the stand, and at once and asked the suffrages of he .

Sheriff imam County,subject to the nomlaatloe supplied with Fresh Northern and be a credit to tae household. affairs; he might lose votes by speak plunged into his subject. He said: fellow-citizens.

i A Democratic voters of theeo.mt,, Florida Meats. mh21-tf ing too plainly, but he wa there as an "Ladies and gentlemen: here stands Mr.T. W. Ralph, a candidate for th4 .
"Late to bed and to rise will the Sheriff of Putnam
early County
and mIlly ask their support and what he ; same office, was called, but was not *
J. J* BURTON. t3Jf"FoR .ALE-Tbree Small Homes shorten the road to your home in the honest man, come may 200 pounds of solid democracy. I am the grounds.Hon. .

r _-, near Union Railroad Shops. Must be skies. But early to bed and a "Little intended do his duty conscientiously.] for Cleveland for President and Davis B. i*. Calhoun next entertained!.

;. I FOR SHERIFF. void at once, and a great bargain can Early Riser," the pill that makes life lIe had never asked anyone to vote for Sheriff. He said be was a poor the assemblage one of his interesting ,.

To rvti ocRATir V TEB* or PCTSAK"I be had by addressing C. F. DENISON, longer and better and wiser. P. F. for him, and didn't know as he would. man and needed the office; there was and characteristic speeches;,, bethought 1

p ('ACrn P. O. Box 201. ap22-tf PeekS. He believes in electing the no dudeism about him; all straight however, it was hardly fair;to
berth*recttuJ1J announce myself a* a goods; there was no mistake about his call on him, as he is only a hold-over
eaadldaM the office of Sheriff of Putnam L. Lowry, of insurance fame, was and not leave officers to be
PALATKA GENERAL MARKET. needing it, and if he gets it will makea Senator, and not in the arena for any ,
Onuaty 1 approaching election,subject to Go to Duane Bros for First-Class in town the first of the week. He left appointed. good Sheriff." Mr. Davis made the office; the time ought to be devoted to

the uomlila by tbe-pemocratie. Party, andkUdlyadrsupport. Meats, Poultry, etc. Everything first- Tuesday for Ormond and Daytona on There are some measures of uncertainty -I funniest speech of the day and elicited those who were groomed for the race.
M. C.GOODSON class. Free delivery to all parts of the business. round after round of apoLause. lie was proud to meet his friends of

fro -OF THE PEACE.TO city. _del3-tf utility which was hard to decide : Major Jesse L. Burton, another can- Precinct 21,and say to them that the
-PBTICG Granted a Leave ., Absence. and thought a middle course didate for Sheriff, was, called but
Txg DllCRAJO Or FUTXAM COCHTT: g COME TO THE FRONT I-I have upon, was candidates were all his friends, and so
1 tes. IT announce myself
forthe MJ|of Justice of the Peace for District trade for Palatka property, orange Church, the elders wanted a leave of way could be determined lIe thinkswe I then made for Kennerly, Griffin and chose; all guod Democrats, too It
>o.i 11 nam County,subject to the nom iaaUon Lilienthal. After some waiting and reminded him of a bear fight and of
grove or Florida land and a small absence of six to eight weeks to their are taxed too much, and that the ,
continued Mr... Lilienthal
In ta cuing Primaries. amount of cash. Address with description I calling appeared another story of the little boy wh
| C. H. VTIGG. pastor, Rev. W. S. Wallace. increase in value of our property does upon the speakers' stand and wouldn't his Both stories
of your property P., care of 'Mr. Wahace will from here say prayers.
to New
PALATKA TINES.7'Jesse go not keep pace with the ever advancingtide I apologized for attempting to do something were very amusing and brought out\
FOR TREASURER.I York State, whne he will visit his pa that he didn't know how to do- loud .
of taxes and tax gatherers. He applause.
I treby eftr my name a*a candidate for the rents. His flock and many friends wish I that is speech-making. He said Rev. G. W. Riles then announced
( E. Bum having left the
him cited the amount of taxes in :
a pleasant vacation. $14,000
cifC..tj Traserer, respectfully aolicltsvppod Arlington Hotel has secured a limited he would do the best he could, but himself as a candidate lot Congress .
the of the Democratic Primaries ol of 1878 and $43,000 in 1890. He said we if any of his fnends would visit his and the speaking jcxertises closed.'t't,
number rooms furnished in the host
Putnam' Ceuair. approved style. These rooms will be Ripans Tabules have come to stay. have too many public servants and too store he was at home there and could After this the candidates were busy ,.,
1 hard times to them. He thinks tell his goods and talk all day. circulating trends trying to
rented at a nominal cost to the right John P. Wall, of Putnam Hall was pay among
FOR SHERIFF. parties. Apply this office. the Superintendent of Public Instruc. As to telling how good he was person- make votes; horse races and other
Jinnee J perambulating among his friends here ally that is a matter he is willing to amusements filled the time to trains
I hereby an myself a candidate fortom.
Tuesday.It tion gets too much pay,and wound up leave entirely to his friends He said
ef Pa 4Am County, subject to the aoIc g-FOR SALE.-Near Palalka, a coming, when the day ended and all
trot if lbe De primaries, and solicit twenty-one' acre place, containing 500 by saying he was a Democrat and by he would try to give them a good sound returned to their homes. ,

46eieiFoe y feaow.citiwns. Respect- orange trees and 500 fruit trees. Fishing Is a truth in medicine that the paying a glowing tribute to the ladies.Dr. talk. He was before them two years Ona noticeable thing was that with

; JOHN IT DAVIS. boating, bathing; first-class in smallest dose that performs the cure is Morgan, another candidate for" ago asking for the office of County all the Confederate Brigadiers, Colonels *
every way. Price, $3,500. CH. Yov the best De Witt's Little Early Risers Treasurer, the position he now' holds Captains and hosts of the rank

tOg \ERR CIRCUIT COURT DUISBURO, Palatka I'. O. ja29-3. are the smallest rills, will perform:.,the the Legislature, was next called. He through their support. He not only and file of the lost cause at the meeting,
It the solicitation of many friend cure and are the best. P. F. Peek. stated that he claimed to be as much ofa succeeded, the primaries but also at not word was said of the anniversary r

\RUT J18NSOY'announcet himself asp Gir"ANT.ED-To exchange or trade Democrat as his predecessor; but the lenera1'-.lection, and having ful- of the Southron's great victory at Ma-

apdidate ft : of the Circuit Court of $1,500 or a $15,000 Orange Grove and Mr. Dave Gautier, one of Crescent while that was important he regarded I Me uv' .a office to the best nansas-it wan 31 years since thj':
sub jest to the of the just
tn;; I approval Dwelling, in Putnam County, for Pa- City's most popular young men, was in the of the of hu ability, and he heed to the satisfaction sanguinary con \
at next Primary Election,and U success party preeminentThe ,
of all the .end feels
latka House and Lot. Address WALTER the city this week.COMMISSIONEB'S. : people,
unated wt dorm the dada of the office THOMAS, Palatka. jal-tf question, 'of the hour is of vital that his record as Treasurer justifieshim Good Syrup, 40 cents gallop

ituranj' SALE. interest to Putnam County indeed, in asking their favor in obtaining Grainger's.

COLLECTOR. 'Go to Duane Bros. for every the ail-absorbing theme is the opening a second term. At the last primarie

'I I >e by deepening
k Collector of Putnam Meats and Fish, Poultry etc. mh21-tf U PECREB made on the 24ta day of July and had no opponents; now there arty
k tl abj the action of the Demo A.the D.Circuit 1S93; bY Court Honorable in and W.B. Young,Jndre el! of the water at Change hula fiats two others In the race. He hoped that/ the introduction

b ;o frta twux retpectfally Solicit the ar"S'rn.A:: YED.--came to the subscriber Du val, State of Florida uponthoeappgago(Iof ol) Savannah got a large appropriationfrom his record as a public officer one of thep! olle, Chole

51 a on July 7th 1892 two male Annie I. Kornahreus. as administratrix of the the bar at most responsible' in their girt, had 1 cited
v THOMAS N.: GAUTIER. estate of Jacob Henry Hornahrens late of Dura. Congress remove
mouse-colored Mules,apparently about County deceased,for an order antaorixinc the the mouth of her river Brunswickgot strengthened even his strong can (' :0,
two or three yean old; branded on sale of lands situate in different CouaUee the ; dacy of two years ago )lr.Kennerl;
State of Florida, I will M Commissioner a' hall through the Hous of Representatives of
ap who is one has been'your
VOTER left thigh and Jaw. Owner will please pointed la said order and decree my opponents,
Zas DKO' or, PCTXAMCOVff come forward, prove property, pay and sell to the highest and best Sluicepublic: in aid of her scheme for deep Treasurer nearly two terms', almost .
and take outcry. for cash,purchaser paying for deeds, be four years in 1885 he
t charges them water and Duval County has bondedfor was ap-
Wrb1 anpyself a*a candidate for tween the legal hours of public sates, at the ,
I MANNING. Court House door of Putnam pointed by the Governor for one term my L,
4 Putnam County, County on the 6th to Dames' Point ,
otbosof subject 1300,000 dredge
!1\ HOLUSTER FLA. July 12. dayofSEPTaJfBERA| .IX 1832 all of the following two years, and in 1887 he liked the .eve
** sat ** *** ,
1 rye aezi "t1 lands, situate, lying and being la the and thus secure to her a commerce of place so well that he asked for child
V I L It. T. JOE SOIT.zRtrr. 1115-tf County and Putnam and State of r>
known described as Lou lei and S, sock which she is now deprived. He thought appointment, which was secured, and beyond

2.west according to UcLaarr/s of plat,being in SooUtcoraerofWN&JI.a1l we could afford to relegate the correc- he served two years more. In 1888 o

tiros D ''OTER or PtmtAM UMCRTAKING EXCLUSIVELY Sectitn 10,Township 10 South Northwest Ran** M quarter Easy tion of petty local affairs to the future things were changed. The law' under cents ho
deed la Book 7,page 113. Putnam County rand the new' constitution made the office Stewart, In
Reoorna. referred to. FRANK WRIGHT. until these weightier matters are settled elective.
t the souvjmy friend I reepectknnoun W. C. SNOW'S July 19th.180. CommiMkmer. Kenneny their went John
y <%sadidat*for the office and helping us by a greater pros. before the people; the result is well Q,1 -

8berUl-'lection,subject to thee TjNDERTA KINO WAREROOMS, 28} penty to better bear the burdens of known; then in 1890 Mr. Kennerly Sea Breeze
b ratio Triaiarie*, and Notice to TeachersExamination again sought the office, but finding
FRONT STREET, Opposite Putnam taxation. Another plank m his platform
Eer. W S.1
I411 ask UXfw party there was no chance of getting the
'UN W.PEAC. HAGAx.I house building.Palatka, Fla. Residence in of Teachers for Putnam is a railroad commission law', a nomination withdrew' from the field Presbyteriannnlay

;same County will be held at Palatka in strong one that can and will be operative and says it was only a joke. He has via Qrj

FOE 7 *. R. S. MOONET, In Charge.'TELEOTAPH the White School House, on SEPTEM similar to the Georgia law, one been a candidate for the same office-for
beret! ajt a candidate for BER 6TH, for white, and SEPTEM- that will choke railroads the last eight or ten years and, not vacation in
ORDERS not out Injustice
by *
tioe d W'ict I ....Putaem I WILL RECETVX BER 7m, for colored teachers. beginning once elected by the people. 2o one service/8/

ty, tee action of the PROMPT ATTENTION. apl5- at 8 a. m. prompt. or drive out capital and at the of coarse blames him for wanting the contmaedtt

mom ptf aHy, ALEX. STRAUsz, same time one that will protect the office and trying to get'It. He assured meeting

"- HACOHTOX. I Ripan's Tabules prolong life. jy l9-fw Superintendent people from burdensome,freights! and his hearers that he and Mr. Kennerly tinge as oot cted
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AN or coa4r ttiM jo-be used:M the pav pgof aa a TO,THCTRAVeUNQ PUBLIC- 1

& wfc*
Entitled ; to repair* the Council shall ups; the :' ( IIw..iMe JtlVEB ROCTE), R1.t y n

Provide Foe and the time % the grafcfof wwML alstnn-,..M.in' tbo ( ACM p, GA., June lj W92.'On ,, .-.. .
and the CtcHt *
and \ account of the action of ?lorlda ,
r.tp thereupon street or part thereof to be pavtSEC.

and Foot 8 of the City 13. All ordinance and parts of Railroads in refusing to sell tickets
usual la taking ordinance in conflict with dill ordinance over our line because we declined to
to Regulate,
li for the Paving of that the City }.be and the sane are ,hereby. repealed. (acreage'oor rates in accordance with STATIONERY AND mil

City of ,. property for, par the Passed by.Council on.,this, the 15th .t their view.,.j-ou are resj>ejHfully no-
Pavements City, in ,re- day-of June A. D, 1893. tified that by purchasing a local ticket

g the Sidewalk Wx .lUDCums:DsWiTT, to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City, AND
ordained DEALERS
Be it by IN
Pre.identof Council.
sidling the from any point in Florida, you will
of Palatka
of the City I
1892.MARTIN .
SECTION: 1. That i. Clerk hall Approved 25th. secure a through ticket from either of
and approval name of the those Junction points to any point Musical I'
each and every own of the City Mayor. reached via Macon. including all East Merchandise *
within the of In the office d and Northern at b
City City Clerk. ern. Western points a

required by the City Court for total cost to you not to exceed the Always on hand a full of STATIONERY of aS
Such lien description. nBLANK'
City so to do, shall REGISTRATION NOTICE. lowest through rate of like class,

a bidewalk or Foot as near quoted by any line from the point from BOOKS, INKS, CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS.
the liens accordance with the law the office D
his or her lot,where or In which you tart. This applies to both
any traveled street of by statute to of the Supervisor of Registration for one way and round trip tickets. POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL!*

fall extent of the to be acquire enforced a Putnam county will be open three (3) In purchasing local tickets to any of SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS R
web traveled above named Junctions be careful totake
on liens un days In each week,commencing July 4, ,
lots shall repair any & the Statute 1892 and the second Saturday a receipt from agent at starting bf-
ending on Pianos and Oi'
Pavements already point, for fare paid, which should be ans.
I quired by the City force at the in Angttsl,1892, from 0 a. m. to 12 handed to our agf"n10 that he can

given to that effect, ordained by m., and from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., name- arrive at proper through rate to charge.For Agents for LUDDEN BATES S. M. H. PIANOS and OUjA( .

ae aforesaid, are hel't of Fa ly: on Mondays, Wednesday and Fri information as o rates, route,
constructing$ or placing City City Council days. through schedules and sleeping car ap 38 LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA.

or Foot Pavements to accommodations, apply to undersigned.
: that any of The district registration books will
plete the same with m of street JAMES MENZIES, A. C. KKAPP'
brick, concrete or oth be open at some convenient place in General Traffic
Agent. Manager
ll be ,
said ble material Sidewalk along or Foot the the paved said City or each registration district three days in Palatka Fla. Macon, Ga. I G. LOPER] BAILEY

SEC. 2. All Clerk of the each week,for to weeks, commencing ,

TOenta hereafter and filed in i. August 1, 1892, from 9 a. m. to 12 ro., One Dollar WeeklyBuys

-quired to be estimate of the and from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m., viz: on I
etrncted of brick, or lanes or Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.J. a good Gold Watch by our Club Fire
ment or some other the said rea- H. MEBRTDAr, System. Our 14-karat gold-filled case and Accident Insuran
Able material as warranted for 20 nine ,;
: togeth of
Supervisor Registration for Putnam
the owner, or by the ,streets Waltham movement. Stem wind .
the owner fail or retl the material to county. and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto -".

construct a Sidewalk! of such any $50 watch. To secure! agents j

and Curb, after notice shall be where we have none we sell one of PALATKA. FLORIDA.

quiri:1g the same to a tabulated spec Election [Notice. the Hunting Case Watches for the

t City is under the the name, or Club price 123, and send C. O. D. by ;
r the same done by with privilege of examination
SEC. 3. Qn streets or holding lanes, WHEREAS, The.Legislature of 1891, before paying for same. CIF 14 usical Perfection

feet in width, !. Our at Durham N. C. writes b Fin
menU, when or repair under the Constitution of 1885, of the agent tTrw ms.Dots\

constructed shall amount or State of Florida did pass a Joint Resolution 'Our jewelers u" conf cued they don't know Lowest New York
to lot bow you en.fanilsh tacit work for the money" PrictsKJVe
owner ;
width, including the proposing an Amendment to the TatiSTE1N1 -
feet pay as his or Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C.. '
less lhan sixty in Constitution of the State Floridaa, yAY

.... or Foot Pavements, paving must and the writes: sea take a.tl.r.
be said tabulated same was agreed to by a vote MYourwtche Uk*t sight- gentleman
or required to
name of each of three-fifths of all the members who got th. last watch said that he examinedand irk ur
eight feet in witdh, priced a Jeweler'.watches in Lancacter that Nubiant.hwt
The grade of all estimate of elected to each House; that the vote were no better than your,but the price was>K5." tN .

Pavements shall be or or repairing lanes, or on the said Joint Resolution was entered Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes f

Street Committee of the grade upon their respective journals, "Am In receipt of the watch and am pleased'
And hereafter when wltbcnt meaasore. All who baTe teen it ear it Wholesale
state with the and thereon and are Southern Agents
Pavements shall be yeas nays would be cheap at '-10.
of the they did determine and direct that the One good reliable Agent wanted for for these celebrated instruments,and you tan buy from a*a*
City, in no instance abutting lot, easily, cheaply, and safely by mall,a*la penoa. S Ask i
mitted used except as said Joint Resolution be submitted to each place. Write for particulars. LUDDEN & BATES
the Savannah 6n..ua
SEC. 4. If the to i the electors of, the State at the Gen- EMPIRE WATCH CO.. NFW YORK ,

r lots in said City City's seal eral E'ection to be held in each coun- d c4-tf
eled street, after being meelSni'f
City Council to place to be pub ty in Florida, on TUESDAY, next
in the THEJacksonville :
Sidewalk or Foot succeeding the First Monday in October COO BEA-mrs ORGANS at
of the BAROA S.
tor paricoUr -
t, Ihtt same, along and to copy requir 1893, the said Tuesday being the *,cat logic. addrroi *>
of said lot or lots and DANIEL. BEATTY
the 4th day of the said October. The said
the ,notice hereinafter estimat Washington, New jer&e; ;
t ahaUfailor refuse to the tabu- Joint Resolution reads as follows: Tampa
atrnct said Sidewalk or cost paving ARTICLE I.

within the time pre grade thirty estab-clear Section 2 of Article X of the Constitution FOR MEN ONLY
tice the City Council
S the Clerk of is hereby amended so a* to and West
the construction or) re by the Street read as follows: "The exemption provided YOUNG MEN**OLD MEN Key Syste!
walk or Foot } HI M m TilLS or TIt stirim Of BUUK. ,
t and all for in Section 1 of Ankle X of DIY. *.kmU.ff.ru to h-M,,_.......
amount contracted to afore- ,the Constitution of Florida shall inure k*, ..* k...... aw as imn .(.tl]

therefor, by the City, and .to the widow and descendants of the k .' SHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAKES AND
pre y fi* law M Mrt*
upon said lot or lots, to of the i party entitled to such exemption m the tnn.1"I k n b HUT I

of the interest ot the owner, which following proportions, viz: One half .t OUR NEW BOOK. EAST COAST LINES.Extending

along which such or the thereof to the widow, if there be a .. .MSt.allI'-.",.rr.N tI-I.-,_.. .

*7'. Pavements are be able? widow, and the remaining half to the &M AA airs a. _
.k ... .(tt. Southeast South and Southwest from Jaduoarllle cover
soUi amount so over one tbowui
,rapid for which ex- child or children and his or their descendants 55 Orr....."..,tie...'F of Tropical Country,and reach all prominent Winter and Summer DeMore Resorts of
aMf as a special shall the !hitter taking the I HOME TREATMENT
Its which tare s7ti.u.4j ualwnl S'sSYI THE EAST COAST
adjoining .
or ,
their parent or parents would if kI a. .. .
orsfoot 1Sit SY.......
Pavement shag the pub- allre. If there be no child, children ....St..'... .-... D.linty. ..., THE GRE \T LAKE REGION, .
-or r paired; or the or descendants, then the exemptions 1hah. .< B.*yM4Mta4. THE PHOSPHATE FIELDS
aforesaid, of IIMIrrra
foned by suit at
shall inure to the widow if there be .
at..t.d tr
.agfnst said owner or be published no will, as provided in Section: 4 of this dentin Or,....eta be.K....KMWM... .....DLVIL.t1Doaaarsaraz.taoDY .",. .day.F.wt.W.r TIIElPINEAPl'LE' FIELDS, y
the Council ud atn.rta.aWLAl.h :
xu ne of the City. Article. If there be no widow then .a1.51.11waulat era.. : THE ORANGE GROVES.

EC. S. When any name the of seal the of the exemptions shall enure to the de. T---r.: : .....M.Pn S&Twrr.n.a.d.hn ..'::-'Sawr4"44"5; AXD'THE FRUIT'AND VEGETABLE SECTIONS.
Pivement in front of ecendant of the party entitled thereto ERIE MEDICAL CO.BUFFA.ON.Y.

t vexed street, needs and every lot I'and such exemptions shall apply to all
rfer the City Council: of on the "
debts except as specified In'Section 1 ADMINISTRATORS SALE.
termine that a ,or parts of said Article." S -I
+ instructed along any paved or re- TRAINS
therefore notice of such determination
her within Now, !. the matter of the Ks- )
go Sidewalk exists, or is hereby given, with the &&teof A.N.Edwards, } Bale of Book Accounts
date of
deceasedBY VIA
ay direct a notice to following instructions: -
hand of the or her pro VIRTUE OF AX ORDER BEARING
e lane Any elector desiring to vote at such the 11th day of May, A. D., isu, and
eariDg the seal of the :: upon election in favor of the said Amend made by Ute County Judge of Putnam County, The
a i the owner or stating m shall have written l'Iorida.sitting in mute: Tropical Line
him to be used ment or printed, I will offer for sale at pnblie outcry,to the :
[commanding or and on the same side thereof as such highest and beet bidder, for each, at the front
repair construct actual coat These line are equipped with thee latest I..-proved modern appliance /or'the
or written the words dour of the Court House at Palatka la laid fllD4
the case be or repair names are or printed County,1nrtn may "Fes THE.: AMENDMENT," and any TUESDAY I> !KITEMBERnexttlncthe 4dJ iI
.from the service of and the cat elector desiring to vote against said 6th day of aid month all Book Accounts In Trains leave Jacksonville via J.,T.& K. K. W., 1:30 a. a,dally,except: Sunday, 1 P. ..
rtlon to be of aid Estate, the amount of daily 120p. m.dally except Sunday \M m.
aaid notice be for the Amendment shall have written favor to $3,101.50. ; ; p. daily except SUda,. Arrive 7.3IJ s:IUS
to whom or Said Accou its will be told M a whole. p.m.t.40p. m.
such notice .
printed on such ballot on the side JAMES C. COXDREY, .
materials which may be calling the there above prescribed the words myZT-td Administrator. Trains leave Jacksonville via East Coast Line,tZS a.m. daily, 1.00 p. m. daily ftrt San.

tofore specified, of grade as es AGAINST THE AMENDMENT., day; 4.03p.m. daily. Arrive 9JO a,m,1Z23 p.m. &.40 e.m.

walk may be of the en- The votes cast on this question shall FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM XOBTH-BOUXD. SOCTH-BOCXD. '

ahall also state that if '. proportion be canvassed and declaration and return Leave Falatka............ ..... ...... ..25.... I Leave Falatka................... .. p.m
at his or her COUNTY, FLA. Lea Te> Palatta..J. .fiajnI Leave Palatka........... &*
hall not be constructed .....: p.m
thereof shall be made by the In- Leave Palatka........................... 4-OUpja | ?
:: the office of
the be
may ,
quired by the notice shall also spectors, and by the County Canvassing Andrew 7.Wood ). FLORIDA SOCTHERX RAIL WAY-SOOTH BOUND.
construct or repair is not done or Board Board,,and in the"by same the State manner Canvassing and at- Abbie E.Zumwalt, Edward :E. >1 Foreclosure. Lan Palstke...................... ... 10.54 a.m.|Leave Palatka...................jjliopja
of the materials the time Cleveland and Bessie E. UereI I
any the same times as votes 'cast for per. land ttal. j EAST COAST LIXE3.
to be used and hold that the City '
said election -
son for offices at are re It the aJfldarit of E.E. Hankell SOUTH BOTJXD. ;
property of the owner will or hold make quired by law to be canvassed, declared agent appearing of complainant by that Edward E. Clere- Leave Falatka for 8u Augustine....... 11.13 a.m'I I Leave Palatka for Daytona... ....JJitfp.m
for all the cost a and returned. land and Bessie E. Cleveland. are DODrnideDtiof -
such notice shall be owner for the State of Florida, but bye at Chattanooga 'J4
of the Sheriffs is calledto
The attention Tennessee and are over twenty-one yean of age:
of Police, or, in his repairs so the law requiring them to cause a It U therefore ordered that aid defendants, II1diaII. River Steame :,,
disability Edward E. Clereland'and Bessie E. Clereland,
or by any
of said election to be
notice the published
do ,answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint -
I to or plead
regular police thereof force by made pave in the in a newspaper printed in the filed herein on or before the FOURTH Leave TitusTflle<00 a....daily except Sunday for Rockledge Fan: Ganie. Molt *al
A true copy to county if there be a in the DAY OF JULY next otherwise the Mid bill landing -?
paper t
of lots will be taken eonf eased. .
whom same is and if there be Leave TJtnrrille T M p.m. Monday. Wedaetda,. and q *4il
Section of county; no paper published It is further ordered that this notice be pt'l)- Fridayor Jupiter and l.
agent of the cwner, or 5 m the county they shall cause B.bedonce week: for four consecutive week Connecting at Jupiter with train.f J. & L.W. Railroad for all points o=Lake Wo.1. *&-'

of the owner's family of notice at least five copies of this notice to be in the in Falatka said Weekly Time,a newspaper published Steamer -St. Augustine" leave Ormond 1 a, m. Tuesday. Thursday* and ftrda .

t him or her above the c tract or posted in the most public places in thecouty. Dame this May County.:26th,1803. Bocklede and way landias. Retarding, leaves Rockledgc < a.B>. Mondays, Welexu'. .*_*..
the fronts
are, at the dwelling FRAN WRIOHT Clerk. Fridays. j

\\r, or at his or her streets and In testimony whereof, I have hereunto :E.1C.I slut,Couplalnant'By D. U. KIRBY Solicitor.D.C. For chedule%map,etc,call on local agents,or address the General PaMeagvrjn.R. .

nd the person to Sec set my hand and have, here my27-3w B. CABLE W. L. CRAWFORD O D. ACKlV v- f

make return unto affixed fhe Great Seal of Florida, General Manager Sept.Last Coast Uses, General J"aIMtti....
tf with the or own at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 22d JACKSONVILLEStep J.T. & K. W.System. St.Augustine Fla.YEARS.K .Ja.cbQa,11.. : &.

kof the street or day of June, A, D. 1692.Jonx II

original City... to ,or repaired and by no the jjl-td Secretary L. CRAWFORD of State., am.Oy 1. l!,&Glflaftin Wlks2IS S : 11

., ,the provisions I Xewnaa. Sfc,bet Bay and Forsyth.T EXPERIENCE

of this OrtHoaace, the City -

t may have the work done and the ONLY FLACK OF THE KIND IX FLORIDA.Ladies'and Ia....tr.eof 0fI1IL TI MEmoDl.tW

d.en. amount roetraeted to be p8id and paid ..Alone own and Coi

therefor, .thai) be a i lies upon the lot for alt lX.- ord.r
Onts Wear of ,deactlptioo
erkder or Iota frosting on each street, lane, or Cleaned or Dyed.yfartlea every e..S .
parts thereof, paved or repaired, af- ; seadlag good ry express: I par 3w

ce so fected by such Improvements pro rata, charge one way.H. i a ;
ud TndMrki obUlMd.vtA aD Pi*
nhiato and may be enforced and recovered in eas toutaeM conducted for Mo4trto FtM.Ow BALLOTJ, Proprietor. 1Fbo I w .orvN wl.p rp
bea the saaw manner'' as set forth as to Odes Is ONsI. U.Sf atent Ofte jJl-t1 ait atIIss +tr+In

trueropertY Sidewalks and Foot Pavements in Section ad w..CM from..
6 of this Ordinance.SEC. .. ... wok s d rK
: .d ..4tawb.* ?: SALE.
to be 11. It is further provided that tioo. We MiTiM. MteaUbto ort not.fr ofcfcMM. 9t tLfllf1Ia
One fe.TMdMtUlMt i..xvred.A all
notice Ine owners of the property on each side of > ."'let."Bow to ObuiB Paieau."with they an pyYe.lt y ,
City of the street, when such street shall be &AM oretul clieau: ta-gorSUU,cocat-.w PURSCAXT TO AX ORDER AND DECREE ?,!.. a own Waftosd
tows,teas Sr... Add :,made Jane 3d. 1892,by the Coon t t
eleardays; paved or the paving repaired, shall ty Judge ot Fatnam Coantr. Florida, in the a cUS t aa.ysLIM..
only be hable for one-third of the actual C.A.SNOW&CO. matter of the application of Arthur Williams #
cone as Executor of the estate of Susan p. Moore. 4
cost of paving or repairing.SEC. 00*** pabat eats,WuMnoton.0.C. for the purpose of paving debt, I 3 L HOPEoiYO 1f
.on a resident 12. All streets or lanes, or parts =at public; safe,to the highest and best
r his agent.oticea thereof, hereafter paved xn accordance bidder for cash,in frost tt the front door .f
with this c.a.KfItK the Court House, in Palatka, Patnara County, Doa brood OT-TroarccBditteo, nor ln ,
herein Ordinance, seal be to paved r.. Fkwids.on MONDAY the 1st day of Anenst, Tliowaod* of the Wont (lean have to oar
-t particularly I as to produce an oval surface, with a ..Gs.I w"t' fez during the legal boar*of sale,the fofiowinr TAE, TJ1f NT,u net an* to our r d[ jOpC w h w. i isrsstd
ected desig- crown at the center, and there fehall bea r- :..... -r: .. ....._ real estate situate la Putnam County, Florida t pat paid, REfa.1ledsed tim snf t10..o n,
.- r lit 1&....i a.I a ail rasa ....1...... ,to wit: An aadivtded Jf interest ama
:.ich the same I fall on either side, from center to M Ie.......t.1.1..Z.. _.......-.....- ""e(s)ass more or lees,of the westerly half esn eaploy, and y the aqxrOIsssssi

tad length of i gutter,of eight inches. _.tw,. wtw l..n..d.rsa.r t"rr.tr.uwl.wa.rr+...a1ATiBTS eleven ot Lot(U one),south(IX Block of Raac U rtJ* twenty (3B CIr EMC IEDICAL C& Ili MMWA 81. 4 12I

'anment: te-! The streets of the City: shall be DEATH H 11M. CHflHIf11U.r a part of the Joeepa Herna des Grant.
paved from time to time as the City : : -w...... ;ll1t..L D.100.
r :=' :.:: ...: ...
Council shall direct and the material COOK CARLETON I RefflrtBiit. NMM tM wimit
City for the N L R f.ti.l} H.trio n Nwu. t.......11- Jyl-td Special Commiaekmer. pftr y,

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TELEGRAPHIC.' T: 'r ",..e.R .SCENT.. _CITY.t. r Ba1thr : "" BAMBERG- t.

*... llama Tka-Ties- ;0 e* .iJ I i ,Jl4itor. :t.CR i'alstki!;sN'I'nCapla -cti.. .;JFLAM** J*niL9,;, .ernian S A, !,

fM All re4..a. I lJ J. t:. Lucas, of IMstka, has .
The botoa k still 'PNACtiatr ta En- .
established a hoe trots Crescent Cityto
?.pe. t I .
There a slighl opporftlo. tq Ham'Z: : 1la1" He liaa,pot ba his line tbeswift SyrupFor

springing up: I little steamer Princess, which Business College

Edward K. Proper; of DJaon Ills. was I l'ave Beach & Miller's wharf every
drowned ia Rock rir r, children a
Cattle to Lyon county Teiae. are pattering morning at.7 o'clock and reaches Pa> A Cough; cine should be abso-

1 from Texas(& er. laAa at 10 o'clock sharp: This is quite l' and lutely reliable. A
W. W. English WM ran Oft by a train for the Croup
a treat people of Crescent City mother must be able to
at Louisiana, Ma.. an4 killed. I BAMBERC S. C.
Mount Etna La growing worse, aDd ter- and icimty. It gives the passengers Medicine. pin Her faith to it as to !

rorjtrtTalU among the oaUTea five bourn in Palatka. This line should ier Bibte. It must ,

'I I>bor Day, Sept 5, will U celebrated be well patronized it is a convenience contain nothing violent uncertain, "
co a grand scale at Dubwque, Ia. MAMJTACTUBER OF
or dangerous. It must be standardin i
that the should
North appre-
The local Methodist material and manufacture. It -
Carwuua aN ia coareotioa at Raleigh. ciate. With this boat and the Gondola
must be plain and simple to,administer THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECT.
A fir In Thorntowac lad., destroys
Line we will have good. facilities for
bosluene, property to the e AND VELUM PINE[
U Italian striker on the R *A'? r.l, 'laJersey tran8vortl l1on.Merchants bnj lug goodsin The child must like it. It must be

r hare destroyed oatwk.AbU prop- Jacksonville or 1'alatka cm have prompt in action, giving immediate BOOK-KEEPING, SHORTHAND,

them laid down at bottom
here rutlC
ertyPearl relief childrens'
river. at Jackson Mi*., U out of as .
the bank, and great damage U being. charges as to fright rates. come quick grow fast,, and end

ll will lOUD be time for the candidates fatally or otherwise in a" very short TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP.

An aged Degress. after many audience yean of la hustle around.As time. It must not only relieve quick SATSUMA HIGH 1'8, FLA.
waltinr. WM granted an :
Viet vieAn but bring them around ,quick, as 4
eastern syndicate is at Glen wood, to Mr. Lilieiithftl U. 1.. children chafe and fret and spoil If you want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS
Colo., with a riew to baying up the nwKOO,0X lie will poll a lance vole here, which their constitutions under
Notice of Removal.In '
long con
l ( >hotel there. Is e&SY10 ted. at a MINIMUM COsT, come to oar College. Send one cent .stamp,
finement. It must do its work in
1 Ban will celebrate Sept. 28 for
Diego, CaL. Catalogue.
next the S5tJtIa anniversary of the discor- As to Mr. Kennedy, you chance. to moderate doses. A large quantityof jyl.t1
I ery of Ban Dirge>> bar. meet, ; medicine a child is not desira consequence of the rebuilding of

Near Lekiarioo, Ky- Mrs Dan Stewart He has many friends, and willBe ble. It must not interfere with thechild's
\ committed suicide at her horn by a booting hard to beat. the Store No. 51 Lemon street,
spirits appetite or general
herself with a pistoL ,
a ) Amelia,XX, bu tie whooping cough, AS to popular Joseph Price, ,- health. These things suit old as C. I. ROWTON VERTREES & CO.
and "JU of the WJ population, both old and lie wilt poll many votes here; well as young folks, and make Bo- :

''young, an down with itJ And,will show up nice. schee's German Syrup the favorite has removed to the corner of Lemon I
President Loneke of the J'.n.entAW4' family medicine. ill and Front streets In the Kean Block,i 0
/ Cana.. claims that tb. third party,will earn There are about twenty-eight lately occupied by II. T. Vatterhu,I ;
Jry thirteen state ia November; Candidates in the field, where be will be glad to supply his I

P Tbe farmer of Pleasant township InI And all good men, to make the deal, patrons as heretofore with the BEST i
diana, are afflicted with an influx of free, "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE
I which after every hard tilt Bat alter the 11th all.will come around, and FRESHEST FRUITS in season I 1

1 1 Thom appear Red hot anti inatantljr: killed Except the ,nominees. ,_ who; will step Oranges, Bananas, Strawberries, Apples -: Boxes
Robert Lewi. In berier connty, T ane. kooul/ ROOM, Tomatoes Dates, Flip. Raisins, Orange Wraps
..... Th diflicalty earn up over a cow Then let all good Democrats LEMOX STREET PALATKA.ILL &c., Ac., Also Fresh Bread, Cakes,. .
1 Fin at BUyner. OnC. destroyed all the Come out to the October election, Pies and Candies. ,
Business places between the Cfemeroabouse And all the nominees will be eletted fun Line Of Chair*.Wanes, Liquors and Ctars Cigars,Tobaccos,&c.of the choicest "J
and genders' brick block on lt.tstrtreet. Without any objection. -1-1A | alwsTsin block.tyOraer brands. I
Filled, Hoops and
l: *from the Country Promptly Pure California Grape Juice and Nails'4

.1 Two Carllffe grain and warehouses.W. P. Brown Velonjrjng Indepmd-to W. FEW PERTINENT QUESTIONS. oc9-3m CHAS. HKREHA, Proprietor. New York Apple Cider. my6- S

.. Ia., were burned. The low U tHOOQ.tartially .
insured. POMONA, FLA., July 25. "WAT Doww CTOX na'Sw'ASZx n 'aKL" AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-1

The body of Charles Olcton who WM Editor PsUtlca Times. J G. MANGOLD

frowned at Lexington Mo., on the tUb I would,like to ask through the columns White hulplmr ,
&II found In the Miwoari river Flour '
Y wet of Slater of :your valuable paper a few LEADING ARTIST IN Grits, Corn, Bran, Hay.;: Oats, Cotton.. '

_iriUa. K,..a young man bye '
questions pertaining to our CountySchool Springs. Hotel.W.
of a resident of .
I 1 soonty jumped from a tiring No. 10. We, as property own PORTRAIT AND Seed Meal and Fertilizers.
falling on his bead broke bd I
ers and tax-payers and patrons of said T. KING Manager. '
Robb,. eonrkt from Culbert school; ,do each and every year pay our WHITE SPRINGS FLoRIDA. s
ietl to the ground from the roof of amount FRONT STREET AJLATKA, -All orders will receive and
nt.i&tJ'Ienard, ails, break fall of (taxes, both State and OPECIAI. RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH. I prompt attention quick shipmente3made.Tbore.zb .,.

an arm and sustaining other county, for maintaining, supportingand O Finert WIIITK SULPHUR aDd CHALYBEATE WILL ATTaI PROMPTLY TO CALLS 1
keeping in repair all public schools. WATER in the South, Spring dls- v'.wsufGroves. .Idencea,etc...itL. I
i Doyle,a prominent Irishmen of Cans:ia1 callon* per hour. -- .tones of Studio. Always up i
k. 110., WM found dead Jri an :Now, last term we got: as' our appropriation kinds. 1aJ2-tf tytc.of Portnlture. If .yon. wanta I, ,rnctical tawtrftt'Oft. Gra mitr*..
1 office. lira went there to sleep I the Crayon of jroonetf old Pictures e portrait fitted to pocitioai. Catalogue fret. Write tLOUISVILLE. .
sum of thirty per ns before sending off to some free
and was suffocated by eecap- trend. Call and see specimens tw30.3mc : I SHORTHAND err & nuncl E SIJW tOLWt'r
i month for our teacher's salary, but not M. J. .

\>to Jack the Ripper has made i a penny for repairs on the school building Murphy. B KY.
oe i at Salina Mo.,.and as a retonnlnger ORGANS end :
in need of "
which repairs
,is badly
oe of the detolat > f locue. .*.I>AJSitL: f. BJU.TTY, WacliDgton -
the point of death. Jack as th4 'btnd and building were given .New Jersey' DOTl-tf

Dame.I of Ue Illinois Sled com- and deeded to the"county away back in LaffiOn[ Street t BUiar! Parlor. I A. V. MOUNT. WALTER THOMAS.

at. has been shut down tot I the seventies, and has not had a thing MRS. H. E. ARMISTEAD .
\Vk. for Tepalfs. and to decide built' ,
done: to It since'it was in the -
(or the comiaj year, Tb I MOUNT & THOMAS.
The roof is bad
of in
i siloed. I shape repairs.
I Clarke, a well known young: I a shape as ;tbe, obe the (ArkansasTrueJer" EicIciMr & Df SSlil k
| Of TMoa1R'ooanty, Georgia,
nardered near Lyons. The found, and the outbuildingis WINES, UQUDiS ,
to tars been GOmIIai.... show
a pile of moulding wood, to
of robber/. Agent for the celebrated 'i.. W. Harper UCMOX ST., PALATKA., ILL
.D.mocfaU of AtlAnta wffl where it once stood. Our Supervisor Silvester Whiskies. A full line .

loan meeting neat Monday has tried to get ad appropriation, even of the best brands at the lowest prices.W1.1Bs1 EV"Tb. .Hats Latest and Styles and a Good la Profusion.Tit Ooaranteed. .'
ub Is attoo both \m sumigsnoo small but cannot enoughto TrimaMd when la seed of andFaricyGroceriPALA.
of though ; get Hats Order. aay- Staple
embracing some (
tbisllae I respectfully a trial. :
N stegroes of reoryla. even get a pound of nails. Our : thin I

kin bMllsd U eon .l taxes last year were not reduced, as I Rye .,.*t M
e&\fIM .reetboa 01.tbeCo-lda- Bon:.:::::::::::::::.:::.-::: ......... 9 08 I
,, o eoei.IoIBO eabi .,.* ha can see; but as the time draws near for Saver Weddiar......._.............. 1608tandard..AA.Bourboa.00 E. KELLYSIGN
N.CK at( 'wlk.haaalaOUlt U ....lW wfcem say the beginning of out next term we are fiUrenerHjre..............,.190 C. KA. .. FLORIDA. I

r wl .colas informed that our teacher's salary is to J.W.Harper .........1....... 2 00

SJarr.elOrstnrasltt.Tn!., be cut down to twenty-five dollars In. -(0)-' i -- OF-
0. man who was attempt* Mead of thirty as it was last terra, and orders solicited. od .tf

bee >In hilL Starr bed lust we will have as many if not more, The Big Coffee Pot !
be head with a rock while ALL GOODS WASBBNTED OR MONEY BEFUNDE. .
scholars this
btu jBaark and companions term. Tremont Hotel f55A Full and Complete Line of -
been aroused, and G. A. .if
R. We are supposed to be taxed enoughto
Winchester*, are guarding .
84 meet the demands of the'school act, ( &JIEU.Y BOTH ram 1KKWRAN TINWARE which must be sold. A. D. STEVENS,M. \Manager Enpneennf Department. ,t:

h. Randolph county K and if so why do we not get our share will pay to Inspect this stock,at I keep J. B. MIRRIT.L.Manager Blacksmith Shops.A. "
{and bud Curtis, young nothIng but the best of evelythlDg.
of It? If we are supposed to put our .
iengagvd and about to be FLA. Plumbing, Tinning end Gas Fitting E. MERRILL, Manager It
\a boat oa a pood. The hands in our: pockets to keep up the executed in the most
i water 90 feet deep Twice /-1EVTRALLY LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE
schools,after paying the tax exacted YEAR. Thoroughly Renorated. promptly and at low prices. 4 ,
c 1 the third time, u they V M
> 111 T were locked In each otb- of us for that purpose, then I think it Rates,S2.00 to 13.00 per day.DODGK. Don't forget the place Sign of the Mill st c .
'P* meeting In a last kiss. Coffee Pot between Y8n Hllineering
a ore saw this tragic death is high time that the State and county A CCIXKN8.norU Second Big and Third., Lemon Street, (

td Mies Curtis lie. and aba school tax be stricken from the books. -m Proprietors.Notice .
,. Three hours later
roBrN" found at.illiD.eioee As near as I can learn, It is thought

that we ought to board our teacher out to the Public I THE ACME Y I

ews att tap oi: our owti pockets. Vow if we shoulddo (SUCCESSORS TO J. E. MERRILL .Co.J

it, Ala. July Jl.-Crl this for a term or two the next After this date all orders amountingto APARTMENT HOTEL

a awyer of Birmingham, thing that would be expected of us less than five dollars must be paid "'

ted with the morphine would be to pay our teacher's salary, for n cash. Refitted and Refornlihed with Entirely New Mechanical Electrical Engineers
after paying for the same in the shapeof We trust our friends will not think i Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located con- .
> been acting queerly! of Now if that not to renient to Depots and Landings. Good
taxes. our taxes are not we are willing accommodate -
He left her for En- Dining Root in Connection with Correspond
ng. enough to support the schools in them, but the expense for keepingand jug Low Prices.
Irinff brother last Friday proper shape why not make it enough? collecting such accounts exceedsthe *tFRsed Rooms,Me. to fLOG per Day,
got to gel off the train, 12.00 Week BOILER ,
There is of that would them.
none us objectto profit on
aio oo to Livingston, H. .A.. BURT,Proprietor,
taxes sufficient to For five dollars or more a credit of
ff ft. E* started out to paying support 111 W. Bay Street, Jacksoatrine.FU.
t to Entaw and basnt been education; but what we want after pay thirty days will be granted to reliable |oc9-81-Iy

from ioe*. There is a high treesue ing the Ux is to hare it distributed, so parties. For any time over thirty days, In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Engines and Machinery
bridf* OTr an orerflowed that we may all get: a share of it to keep 10 per cent. will be promptly charged. of all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of bull'ling small

t Toadn* it u believed tai up our schools in a good and proper Soliciting your trade and assistance, 4'toi y4RR Launch'and Steamboat Hulls of Steel. W* also furnish B gi' nd Machinery

the Beea. He came from Oe*. way. It will not be a great while longerif that we may serve you satisfactorily and Wood Halls If desired. Correspondence solicited5 L for West.. f

any both a lawyer and aRspapet our building is neglected, as It has and to our mutual advantage; we are CURE inghouse Enzmes. Workmen sent to all partsipflheTMAt ABen r-

been ever since it was built and given very trUly. YOURSELF! a full line of Boiler Makers and BlacksmiiYs supplies. We tee dlta
vatia r to the county, before It will an fall to TII..G MAN-WILSON CO. rlf tronbled with Gonorrlxsalrdleet.WhitcMpermstorrhcsk chinery bought and sold. Write for estimate and prices. 'pndOFFICE (
a Xalfe BUde.il. pieces and when it does then what? PALATKA FLA. June 1 1892. ADd! -
or say nanstorsl discharge uk'vyonr YND SHOP*-138 liO-EAsa BAT STREET, JACX80fhu,FLA.
.-A serious sections I Are we to build another one and giveit JelO-lm drngrljt for a bottle of
-- lie DoJweQ tbere to the county? If so I think the I I without Big O. the It eves aid or la publicity a few days of a "

county must be in weak if I doctor. Non
Dodwan.ntafn osis : a shape pMsofiOQf sad
'Duct aa-snoe. He was after receiving a tax to keep its own \rnaraatee4 not to stricture.
( The Vntvtrtal Aaurlee CW*. EAST( TIM YlTuJ' Gl
o. with a loog blade/ property in repair it cannot divide it Manufactured by
>* vet d, when he sad np so we can each get a little. If we Tier Inn (Q> aucil Co I
1 and fell off. Ia did not tax for
,& pay a school purposeswe
be threw the would not kick; but as we do we Y.e.w. 0
rid dupi knife nader hisaaecL must ask for oar right S. L. a
t l1' upttu was rjile w sft % +
[blade driveoAs y CONSUMPTION cult n. Emu Iii IC 12li. 182.
h1 j
: meang aKo
An old physician, retired from practice -

biting had pl ie41nl his s Lands by J. HESTON' .'CTN.Lan VIA.LZWIT.." 'se.o' traaAL1LT ?e.asUQLa VALL.r We
.eau.. Itta Lv .
Lv Jackto..ule. stop tackaMVHM. I
.rw. Hew.IItile. an East tndi misaioftiry'tlii: formula TBpssop ...... -tS. ArXUaaU.LvAdaata.. ..- .. w. 1 ItLr
$ 1& July J1.-Aa Waycroao.....,. WaycroMA .... ,. Ua .. .. .
iiXy Z of a 8uaDir vegetable remedy for 'ta. Wood Yard Lv Jenp. ........, 11 UpKa LT Ar Caanaaoofa IVfliI
on the Ohio aftd2SS and' permanent core of Consumption "IT STANDS AT THE HEAD[ At.lat..?.... .. .. > lLvMaova Jas.1/10.iL* asx** Mp S Mat
,; << speedy U Ma.os. .... SlBasua ..?...... .. 4 Ar 10 OpMSlali
ueiPpliai toe 'tea Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma At Ltiete........ Ar AllaaU......... ... *IOP Lv KanviUe ... .... aiUMSSallifltOallHaftot..
e nd .d. earriag* &M Lt Atlas.. .... lOOp L'. AtlaataLv ........ ..... 10 UP ArMomauSiia .. .
i three oocrxpaoUBlaooUPbtea- and all Throat and Lung Affections, ORANGE STREET, NEAR USIOHDEPOT. Car Cbata..ots.... f OOp At Cbattoeoeta.. ArBrotolTOOa ...., ... !fop '
tail. n ..... '*>PJ Caattaaoof. .. ..... At lra..obs. .. ... flit CC
also a positive and_radical cure for.Nervous LvArBwa.. ISlal t30pAr Shtaaaoah Jc Jf ,
b, a boy Tha and all Nervous AfCmnatqoArCkkafo. -...... 170.E At PanonariCndnad....... ,., ., *>wp .. ...
Debility Com Arweearto.
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The OALIGRAPH. L.Ci.da..th.... soopT30.
-iPiesIs .plaints, after having tested its wonderful Hard Wood cut to length, deliveredin ..... ._.. 1 pp Ar gtaR.......... ... ArBmUiaumLvMomMowa. ft

all parts of the city asrFis........... s krris... ...... ... Car H.rriea.r .... 'm
Ors curative powers in thousands of At I. .w..na. L1Sa ArL. ... teua.oeja. '

Mss .stay less.., cases, has feltit his duty to make it I RESPECTFULLY caB the attention WRITLNQ of the Scroll Sawing and Turning done to lle6, Lr Caattaaoon.. 8 Sus IA?New Yak ,fAr
poWie to -CALIGRAPH" /
.. 101laa Ar tiepk. is. SCO
tWTps 21.-Mrs. B.., known to his suffering fellows. Ac KAGHIN E, renowned the world over for hlrhfft -. order. se2-tf Meapau. e wb
SPEED simplicity and strength of CO v.BTRUCnOX. buffet Sleepers f+ mm Slccpcra AUaata to] rAifrnBe,. 7gb
W. K. Yende tuated by this motive and a desire to and e. tested DURABILITT.Superior Jaekeo.vnl.toCiactsatitChatuaoota aad Chattaaoofa+ Both traia .

t Via, M.chiug W1L'I. relieve human suffering, I will send aad least MLNIPOLDLNGYseiest depreaaioa in writing. ,Level givadiest Key VIGOR OF MEN Jatkaoanlle and elegant day to teaches Chai JAd.o..ilt.bjewpsad to CiaclaaaU. Day coackcato Jew deeper rleb.rg.*Chat _'' r s

v be free of charge to all who desire it, WSHlrr hoard aeparate." key for each character,and>O acts without den 6 e. Chattaaooya w n All aad bear- $
pans tnterchangeabte
en er tbt eau.ofa this recipe! in Berman French or Eng Inn ADJUSTABLEne, Caste..aa.QytokJr n. xer.eese.fermaneoMf. P....fteetoiwd.W ...,. aa4 vela On sale froot Slay 1510 Sept 30. Limited is Oct ji, liyt, 'aad the A. ,. 'd
)BaeavflS io lish, with full directIOns for preparingand This Is offered not npoi Its "Record Iba trat et eras froai aartv arroner later eneaaae TO ALL, SCM9IJER BEKOBTS.Fantafaraatiorclatitonushoula theMRoy !
using. Sent mail by address- or-Label- tips Its IXTRUiftlG: WORTH Se laiatu of evarwert.ffctmtm.worry.ewe KH ctc_ cbcrfallfaraiahed. k Ltt,4
alone dneltworte, .- ExryUttar ot ia atry aa wrr d ia detail. namkwej elf
Log with stamp naming this paper. Prices and Circulars oa appUcal ... -war': '
cow For h rear.ato. ,rates, of deerr,sae pp to mats
W. A. N'0T1t8..r. ft>o Power Block, JAS. A. DAUB, Agent, FRANK btu OLY Bt. 'aaa Ajfl.Sk West BayTEMELY Street, Aat r
Rochester 2, 1 e na'j' B.W.WRSWN,0.P.A f.A., ,1.w. e.a. CEA3.:(.RIGHT,
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PCT.XAM cocirrr DEMO"BATIO ret :; PUTNAM IjALL NOTE'S.CorapoatUne .
t ItA"eLECTION.. IVktk Tin .. 'l" ,. .
__ r.--; K 1* 1utoM.ed*i rr--by the Democrat! I. PrtWAM: HALL,July 25.Everything LITTLE .

? FLA., jtjt.y 29: s92. County Ceaveattea, May M, 1893: r U moving aloec..Jcelylo:. i

Whereas, This Convention is deal'(:,. our little burg. '

l Ail 'aavettMng bills bewuHBdu* pro rat one of doing DO injustice to any mat, Putnam Hall is to have a regular old and Phosphate Company
a.try 1UOAu. 8i* Ul end fcbort time pyW clans *or portion of our people but di time neighborhood barbecue picnic i In ,

le sdirnte.J1t ... tiroes of ,haviaf a Democratic expre.. ftti
.. emtttaiwes a 3uld be byexpreeiMcKEKZIK the beautiful Hall Grove July ,
..vllet'nt'der'If'rt..utef94 le\tn. MOB Mriy made and f n>e f rea taint or
' therefore be it near the town. The .Committee oa ar.:
1 a BUBTZ/rttbJlshers, suspicion;
4.LATHA.FLORIDA.Orgranolte Ituolced, 'lhat at said Primary Elei rangements will have plenty of tce J'ACS.SONVILLE, per.&,

f BOX H bon none out Democrats who have cream and cool water fur sale; the. proceeds -

heretofore voted the State Democrat! Lobe used towards paying for the:

;!-- gO.Dicicd -County, aM ticket to. vote and by registration have qualified and those tbemselve Democrats new Masonic Hall, which i II"-now..con Grandest Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century 1

;;. Of At !armers'dlltance. who will become of age at time of pleted.

4 election shall be allowed to vote... saiprimaries. The sentiment of this community :is ..

j4;: >>***.*,*. cu-.. strongly favor of Hon. Robert Bn -VIZ-
Resolved That the Execu-
Convention First District further, lock for Jongress. Our voters see no
r Congressional live and use luch The that
obtain THOME"
meets In Marianna August 17. means as they may think bet for the reason why he should not receive tbe you can a Summer Fertilizer "A

;< conduct of the election, placing around nomination, as he has surely prove with an Analysis that is Genuine, made'by Company

1' Congressional Convention. Secon it all necessary safeguards. himself to be a friend of the people, whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.
No voter shall vote in aoy-preciDct
Gainesville Wednesday the Interests
District meets m and has worked diligently for -
. August 3.Democratic. except, and the will, one be in entiled which to he voe is at registered the- of fair-Florida. Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Materialon

f general election. The Democratic Club of this place !is hand. We make Special Brands for Old. and Young Trees that

. Itrtccd, further, That none buL still increasing in membership, and
Primaries-Thursday, shall be allowed to have been tested throughout the State.
. known Democrats .
.. demccracy.
llth.NATIONAL. making a strong fight pure
f August be voted for, and all votes cast for any
perIGD known to be a Republican shall SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

DEMOCKATIC TICKET. be thrown out and not counted. At its last meeting Mr. J. E. Can '

'" Under aDd'by authority of the above was nominated for Constable and Mi r. Little Bros' Fertilizer and

;,' For President: resolutions, a Primary Election: of the R. F. Lyon for Justice of the Peace. Phosphate Company,
Democratic voters will be held on
GROVER CLEVELAND.For THURSDAY, August 11th, for the purpose These arc good nominations, and will J JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

Vice-President: of nominating two candidates for receive the support of the entire club h

E. STEVENSON. the Legislature, and the following The following' resolution, which was
? -
.7 > officers! : 'A Clerk
L i
county unanimously adopted by the club at ila'
For residential Electors: cult Court, a County Judge, a Sherifi, I
last regular meeting, was handed t to July
Tax Assessoi
T. :M. SUACKELFOBD, a Tax: Collector, a ,
of Schools a correspondent by the secretary: Editor<< Palatka Times.If
a Superintendent:> your
County Treasurer,a County Surveyor Be It resolved, That this club give iLl it is not asking too much of yon ,
E. MAXWELL, :1 he election will bed from 9 a. undivided support to Hon. J. P. Wai to allow me to lay a little to the pub-

k W. N. THOMPSON. m. until aun-down- at each Precinct i in for representative at the coming prima tic through the columns of your eicelleat Cochrane's Book Store :

.1 Putnam County. ries. "W. J.. GlUtEN, President. paper in advocacy of one of the
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The lollowlng Inspectors have bee J. E. LAKE, Secretary.This .
STATE appointed to conduct said election: is as it should be, for Mr.-4Val candidates for the responsible position Will move to Lemon Street, next door west of Ack-erman Stewart's drug
Precinct L-F. T. Rutherford, B. I. of County Treasurer I ask to be permitted ; -
For Governor
is a good Democrat and a gentleman of store, about JULY 20.
r Wade, J. C. Damon. to do so in favor of my old
HENRY L. MITCHELL. Tucker Adam unquestioned Integrity.. Should be<
Precinct 2.-G. J. friend, Joe Kennerly. It baa been ;a (
H. the nomination confider We have a new line.of STATIONERY, BOOKS Ac. oa the .
; For Secretary of State, King, D. Causey. H. receive we are longtime since he landed in our midst, way.
Precinct 3.-J. H. Bearley, that he will be elected and that the<
: JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Pollock, A. A. Simmons. a lad of sixteen, seeking in a new Will be pleased to have our friends come and see us.
resolution withou '
Precinct 4.-J. H. Green, Lawrenc above being adopted world, so to speak his fortune. He was'
Justice Supreme Court, Tucker W. C. T. Stephens. a dissenting- voice in the club, show: and i
W not endowed with great means, 10 :
IL FENWICK TAYLOR.For ; Precinct 6.-D. E. Dusenberry, W the confidence the citizens of this place came to this "Land of Flowers1' as a SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO.
K.Prior. C. P. Roberts. ,
put in his ability. "PuT.
Attorney General; Precinct 6.-Holmes Erwin, P. deck passenger from his native State, ,

W. B. LAMAR. ... Berry, W. H.,Cook. WELAKA NOTES. South Carolina, to better his condition O. LOPKB BA1LXT. CHA3. M. MILLIARD.;
...; Precinct 7.-.'\. A.. Baker, T.. VTiinks Joe had pluck, and as he didn't find a
For Comptroller, F. 8. Hodges. GoJrenpondenc' PaUtka Ttmea.WELAKAPL&. kid glove position at once took the

W. D. BLOXHAM. Precinct 8-r*. N. Marvick, J. 6. ., Julv 25. first thing he could get, which wai LOPER BAILEY & CC
Wells, F. A. Bailey. On Friday evening last, upon invitation cleaning brick at one dollar per thou

.For Treasurer, Precinct 9.-Julius Hanna, D. ADunham .. the young people met at the mi sand. He worked hard and earned all
D. H. Jerrold. he made. His next work was in a savi
C. B. COLLINS. Precinct 10.-E. B. Hazle. S. B. dence of Mr. Bryant. The evening,: mill, and everybody knows what kind

Public Instruction Bowen, E. D. Dancy. was enjoyed in a very social manner of work that is. He went from ODe Fire Life
Superintendent and Accident Insurant
Precinct 11.-A. P. Fitzhugh J. CSands Music and games made the time fly thing to another, always rising in the ,

W. N. SHEATS. Don Gillls. and later in the evening the guest scale, until, by his thrift and industry,
.1 Precinct 12.Irving Glue, Plerred'A. he had accumulated means sufficient u
For Commissioner of Agriculture, Pratt, l''Blackwell. were served with ice cream and cake embark in business for himself, when

t L. D. WOMBWELL, Precinct 13J. II. Merryday, \V Dr. Welch,who went with his brolhe he achieved a brilliant success, unti =
F. Nugent, C. H. Wigg. to Kentucky about a month ago, ha. his name became a tynonyn for enterprise
Precinct H.-A. b. Willard, C. J. returned. and push. Mr. Kennedy always r.
\ DEMOCRATS MUST RALLY. Joseph, B. E. Morgan. was a Democrat; his democracy was oi ;
It is now apparent that the elevation Precinct 15.-A. Uslna,J. M. Powers Public Interest is aboat equally divided the same order as his business qualifications .
between the of rail
of to the position of absolute : M. W. Stewart. prospect a af] second to none in his effort ,
Democracy Precinct 16.Lott Allen, OH from here to San Mateo and the coming for party, and he stood not alone or STAT or TiomiDA, BefnreJosf1'Baldwin.
control of the affairs of Putnan Ewing, E.S. Smkh.. .. j elections. A strong sentiment It personal services, but was ever ready; HOMEOPATHISTOJTICE J :I
County is a victory that can be won Precinct IT.-B. L. Kennerly,W. H. noticeable in favor of the Pe ple" with his money to help defray the Corm or Pt TJA@. County JYou ,,

only by harmonious and persistent ac lAmbert, John Absteen. Party. Every good citizen, no matter legitimate expenses of Via loved de BLOCK PALATKA. FLAOmox To MAmr H. Barn 1
doubt existed Precinct 18.-IL J. Fowler, Allei what his past party affiliations 'have j m CraCy. He doffs his hat to no one are hereby notified that ft writ of;
tion. If anv previously men has toes tamed against Too at
Goodson, L. W. Fennell. been, should, as he Loves Florid; rally as a better Democrat. He has longleld noou to it a. m., l M S p. a. attached to satisfy the demat
to whether there would be any opposition Precinct 19.-R. S. Uobley, J. P. to Its support. The'old war Issues and positions of trust and responsibility and T to I p.m. Sundays to 3 p. m. property t; ftmouaUng to fiw.l2. > $

in the field that doubt must DOW Wall J. E. Lane. ; prejudices are, or ought to be, out uf I' as Alderman, President of Utti PaUog from a di Unc* can be trwte yon Baldwin shall fount J' before* la the and for old,.

>e removed. Independent candidate Preoinct 20.-IL S..Minton. JametKarvey date. Let us drop them and give oui: Council, member Executive Committee through the mO. Offlc consultation ire. at his office at Palatka.,Fla-,oa the tttOF

are now entering the arena of political 1 William Miller. { ; I a '' strength to the hew party, which alma :. the gift of his loyal constituents,, ftpSm noon SEPTEMBER judgment will llai be,at rendered 11 o'eJock.ln ftgaU f
1 PreCInct 21.John Hancock, J. i Sfoglan to free our State from bad laws and enact and has twice served the county na aDd your property sold to pay the debtT,
[combat, and heavy firing is going to t* E. North. instead better ones, bringing cenfi. Treasurer, fulfilling always in whatever FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUT.. June 24th 1892. C. H. GILClOILIIS

heard all along the line. There is one Precinct 22.-J. P. Boyd, W. HWigg deuce and prosperity to all our u people. position his countrymen placed jeHw& UUXIS,PlftlntUTs Attorn**
I thing certain, the Democrats can place James Canon. Three cheers'for Senator Mana and our'' him, the functions of a good citizen, NAM ,

out one candidate in nomination for Precinct 23.-Morilz Kohl, W. O State) ticket UNO. officer, friend and Democrat.As All.o T.BraattoT ) EX CIRCUIT COURT. YLTTI r It S
Woltz, M. Haughton. a boy he entered the Confederate Ti. J DlTorc
each of the offices. Some of our own Precinct 24J. B. Jeffords, J. J. FRUITLAND NOTES.FBXMTLAlfD army and followed the fortunes ol Georgia Bnmtley.' I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Putnam (

friends must be ruled out of the race Costello,John Beal. Davis and Lee till their star of gloty TTAPPEARKfO BY AFFIDAVIT OF THE la Chancery.
result of the is M. J. Trueman B. J,. CorrupoDdeDOe: h1atb TI.... ; I know la L Complainant la above styled CUM that UMl
after the 25.
primaries an Precinct set in loom. Mr. Kennedy >e( flounced This fact will be a test oi Grooms, A. Grainger. July 2?. worthy of the office he seeks he U well; the State of G *nfla. at or neal the tows oi T w.*. Taylor. I f, Fore BifOeorg ?
Inspector should be present at DELAYED LETTEB.] the county is well Brownwood and the i*Oft the ap of twenty J
their manhood ADd loyalty to a party Every {. known all over one rean: i aadGeoiger.Russell.
Lhe time for opening the polls. "In The rains have been qualified[ by reason of experience, and It l. therefore ordered that said GeorriaBraaUey APPEARING" BY THE &"FIU
whose principles they have espoused vent of the absence of any Inspectoi recent err if elected can give as give as good a do dead answer or denier to the bill IT attorney for the 1 ti

Their defeat at the primaries may re the inspector or inspectors present beneficial to the orange trees, potatoes bond as any one and make as good an MONDAY: IX herein '.BrR."l A.o D.1892 the:FIRS ither-! Taylor.stated suit is.in, the that belief the Defendant of th*aIt1aIIl t

snIt from unfair aud improper methodsof hall flU their places and proceed with and vegetation generally. officer. wise a decree pro eonfeMo will be entered of the flats of Illinois,V-wlt- At H.
the election. All Fruitland sympathizes with Mr. lIe stands well here, and as far as I arainic her. 49 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, and th|
electioneering by their competitors; It Is farther ordered that this notice be jmbisbed the of .
The Executive Committee is "em have been able to learn is likely to win once week for four consecuUre weeis in Sow age therefore twenty-one,the year said George
but this cannot justify any lukewarm have William Perry In the death of bla tbO Ialatka Weekly 11_. ft published
Cowered and instucted to printed In this race. The wish may be father newspaper hereby required to appear: said I
ness on the part of A defeated candidate the tickets to be used at the primary mother, Mrs. Saunders. This estimable to the thought with me; at any rate, I Done in this said July County 27th'ktfi and Circuit.igas. cause the same, filed being upon Rule the I Day Set for paid,of nIWitnemi Al

to the party.I'rimariea slection placing upon each tickets tb< and venerable lady died on the 15th of hope be will succeed; he will at least W RIO HT.Clerk. my hand and the seal oa
r of all the candidates for the several this [_*.l Ky D. M.KIRBY. D.C. WI 30th day of June, 1892. f
names and influence in pre- .
as well as conventions are his month, after a protracted illness. geL my vote OILL1a GitULlCompUinanfi Solicitors.iylS4w FRANK WRIt
the of offices, leaving a blank space for: She was an old resident of this com- cinct. ByD. M. KlJ
called for
purpose reconciling the insertion of name, and that the unntity, well known and beloved by Mr. Kennerly was chairman of the lanai & DOJIALB Ort-ua. C|
the claims of different Aspirants, and roter be instructed to strike' out the all who knew her. I Democratic Executive Committe In FORECLOSURE SALE. Soricitor.

when the verdict of the people Is ren lames of all candidates except the one Mr. and Mrs. Alex.Stearns have gone i ito 876. when the county went Democraticfor
for whom he wishes to vote, for each tie first time since the war he was IN CllACEIlY -Jr.
Bereft a loyal submission is demanded Savannah, Ga., to live, much to the I ;
ffice." E. S. CRILL chairman of the City Executive Com TT TER AND BT VIRTUE or A TL\AI FIFTH& \
r by every consideration of party fealty. regret of their many friends here. Mr. : L) DECREE foreckwor and ale rendered COURT,
Dem. Ex. Com.
I Chairman Steams; has recently built an elegant mittee when Dr. Crill was elected In the Circuit Court for the Fifth Judicial Circuit 'AJIFLORIDA.
However, we apprehend no trouble in F. C. BLANCIIARD home and one thought he was a also when M!. Griffin was of the State ef Florida Putnam County, by CUlT PrT
this direction as the candidates in the Secretary Dem. Ex. Com. every elected. the Hon. J. J. Tinfcy Judge of aid Court, I .
fixture here, but of course a city presents on the 22d day of June A. D. 1893 in a certain -
field so. far are tiue and tried Democrats a broader field for an ambitious Respectfully, ONE OF His FHIx.n cause therein pendinr. wherein Ellen M.Hitchcock ,

and will not "go back" on their BURTON FOR SHERIFF. young man; so he has accepted a position TO MY DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS. Scan P.Morrill.U plalntuf.his wife ami; Jamee Lnciu K.IL P.Morrill P1ne.1doillif John B.TS.H.v>lon

PALATKA 27. there. I wish him unbounded bdHineta a> Pine & Hamblin Simon S.Tbompaoa.Je-weT; ,
pledges-but will abide the decision of July George
Hatch. Jt Whltten: Bernard and Julius S.most, 'I
and hope his brightest anticipations Thanpauq.Joka Hart,George
success from
me givng -
Circumstances prevents ,
the primaries.A Editor ll'alatkaTrtrn r Adolph and Nathan Htemberger trading ft* L.McConUi*. I
may be realized. Tnett &Co-, are defendant,1 wi'l eU foreaih,
I mistake was possibly made in putting Politics is politics, and they say politics Mr. Ed. Green ha formed a copart my attention to a proper canvass at public outcry at the front door of the Coon It appearing by the affidavit of

I the date of the primaries so far makes strange bed fellows. I( Uhe nership with Mr. S. R. Causey a for the office of Assessor, I therefore the House FIRST, in Palatka.MONDAY IX Mid AUGUST Putnam, County 1892, being oa!I stated.Baldwin muse, cooiplalikftnts, that defendant* Attorney JUSA Be

away from the ho ; of the County talk everywhere; ; biz is played out general; merchandize business. They withdraw,thanking my friends for their the ffnt day of Mid month between the legal! non-resident of the State of Florsa,
boars of ale, the foIlowlnK described land!. resident of Charlestoa Missouri,all
C JlTention.c. r creased the Hy business requires me to visit nearly ire constantly receiving fresh goods assurances of the city of Palatka,Putnam County. over twenty-one years of see
t and adding to their already large trade. support.J.. M. CANNOJT.PEMEL State&oJa Florida, via: Being la Block 43, an4beginning It u therefere ordered that a
t baa 6.4Y 1U) cul- ill points ot. the county and therefore Success to the popular firm of- Causey at a point on the Due of Kirby street,I John Hart, do appear to the ?.if'
01 can didAke.e : July 28, 1892. 7a feet,from the northerly corner of aaid Block S1edhereth,oa or before the
ties now be the apt 1[ have opportunities of hearing what &; Green. 43,and running thence westerly along said lineof IN AUGUST next, the &

anee 1 POSSK'*s, and an PmIon> >eopl-have to say on business and Misses Belle and Etta Williams ten- NOW TRT THIS- erly Kirby and street at right 7 J feet angle to and a Wake on,line thence parallel_U'-to'. day day of of said this month Court;,otherwise and the same adfeMo

born ;;am and sober reflection, K lltical affairs and everything else lered their friends a charming reception and will Dodge street.150 feet to a Make: in ft proposed will be takes aninst him.
out will cost nothing
of recently at the residence of their It you alley .yof 14 feet width; thence at ft right It is further ordered that this
Point to out one remedy. The think. here is no rubbing out the fact in re- artier, Mr W. M. Williams. A large surety do you good,if you have a Cough, angle and oa a line parallel to Kirby street 75. fished once a Ve k for four cosso
feet to ft stake thence at ft right &A1t'aDd. the Palatkft Weekly Times, ftliRbed 54
fag voters of the county must decide gud to Sheriff. Burton's name uema rowd of young folks attended, who Cold, or any trouble with Throat,:. parallel with Dodge street rue feet to pica ofleginniag in said Putnam County _

to select .strong and capable men for to be on every tongue; he is tallied of njoyed themselves very much. Ice Chen or Lungs. Dr. King's New Dis- the soathariy,except end seven of Mid feet described la width and lot to alone re.1 I Witness my hand FKARK and seal this WT

1'1' feral offices, nominate and elect iverywhere, and while there are many cream and other seasonable delicacies for Consumption, Coughs and erred to the ue of aa alley way. provided -I ..J i
were served. :very aOey way 14 feet in width is reamed through the Sri BAtOirur,CompIainant
"hey should do this for the love other> candidates for the position, fOOOmen Master Frank Redfern. of Augusta Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or centre of said Block 4\rnnnlnr from Dodge toMorris .ew ,
too, they do not seem to be in it,, will be paid back. Sufferers street COOK CARLETON.
for good government, and 5a.. is visiting the family of his uncle, money Special Master.
far ,
at least the
as as people are con- the
found it thing
tribute to competency and *rned. lIra H. A. McKenzie.The from La Grippe just J. E. BALDWET,Complainants'Solicitor. IN CIRCUIT COURT,
and under its use had a speedyand bt.tdUNDERTAKING
itizenship. The Democratic As an instance of his popularity, on Baptists here will perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle DICIAL CIRCUIT :

team County burdeninga ay return from a trip last week r tookp services next Saturday and Sunday.C Q. at our expense and learn for yourself AND FOR PUTNAMIS
THE TIMES and read three leu ers how good a thing it is. Trial bottles -
when just ;
great responsibility ClLCfCERY.Oortet .
from, ,different places all praising up HEART IS.AFFKCTXD free at Lowry & Hulse's Drug J j'
the the.to control ot the WHEN THE
arson and urging his claim for the :;tore. Large size, gQc. and LOO. Fraud Jr.
fairs of this countv. We haTelace : position, and in the same paper a By Rheumatism or any of the muscles TSFaany '

i officers of an opposite pofailh .fourth letter,in which it was stated by near that organ it Is'like tamper- Teach your children to breathe ANDEMBALMING L. Francis

who have proven them- Zolo" that "Crcent City will no doubt ng with an electric wire for death may irough the nose and nut through the -- BILL FOR DIV
tirnish Putnam with its next Sheriff. To Yam L.
worth FKA9CIS;
life Is
[ and come at moment. :Mouth-breathing children are
yes entirely trustworthy compe- He evidently .meant Burton, but was any mouth. It appearing the aAdtrit
and we must replace them by too modest to say so. Then taking upthe $5, go to the druggist aid get Dr. liable to wandenrjj minds, feeble ant tied la the above caas*.
I and Herald -"Democrat" him rummoad's Lightning Remedy or Fraaeis,Is a resident of Pida.
competent men. gives anemones, headache, impaired sight, .but tar been abeent
another send off and lays "Rah end to the Drummond Medicine Co., eafness and lung trouble. European A TCLL LIKE of METALIC, CLOTH than six mnths prior to the e
L be from card in anbther for Burton piainant's bill and are ttil
seen a '
(8-50( Maiden Lane, New York, >physicians are just now urging atten- and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS oy State; aad further, that
that Mr. II. T. Moore with- The secret of it is that the Major It a bottle of twee
worker; he is popular; he is an old they will send you a large by ion to this upon the part of parents. lUND Now, therefore, thin to .10..._,
the for Tax Assessor.
[rom race itizen, a responsible, honest, upright repaid express. It is not as quick as appear and plead answer orpUinaafs

jjrse will no doubt be regretted mana in the wool Democrat, and lectncity, but it will save you if jou The phenomenal success of Ayer's '. :Mail and telegraph orders|promptly oa or before gui the of Complaint FIRST C

,nv friends of Mr. Moore. one of the best fellows socially m the take it in time sarsaparilla started into existent a-host. attended to. neat;or in default thereof a 1t
win be
orld. is the track and catered against you.
He on main Agents wanted. This of It is further ordered that
course was
of competitors.
[the herbs in Hall's Hair Re- far ahead and no switches between be published in the Pals 'j-
wonderful preparation for him and the Sheriff's office. Yours The "Don't" Cigar is made of pure xj he-expected; but the effect has beeno B. L. LILIENTHAL. weekly newspaper:
one a week for four eons**
I color and thickening thee truly. OLD TntEB.Mr. tobacco, and is -'doctored"with ar- demonstrate the superior merits ofDr. Witness my hand and tiUkU
GyNigbt call at R. S. MOONEY'S 2d of Jan D.
day ,A.
hair, grow plentifully in J. ,E. Lane, of West Putnam, ficial-and probably injurious flavofllatchett Ayer's preparation by a constantly rear of Putnam Housefe2Cly g.I,,1

1rM in the CRy Tuesday. sells them at 985 per 1,100.. t increasing demand for it. ,

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PRoseCUTE, STRCETEB.'-. .O' ITO I M.LMMCE- KPAHTMENT.- uW n the Alliance Editor'rise; and 1. explain 6

CHOLERAXBROAD. UONGRESSIONAl why cne.daas of labor should'demand

C t, NDLE.j a 11.. T.rk fa I>4lr _' Our ... This Department is conducted bj legislation in its interest at the !

Tre4as.at .f I....
f Lrwis Moans, County Lecturer, who neglect of another class of (labor?)

[k foyne N&.You.lulr the law printer 88.-Charles tt IW 0 Center. Bur Sanitary Measures Cause Seri The Speaker Changes a Ruling is alone responsible for lu utterances who may be feeling a like depression
Conscript resulting from a decline in prices of
street, who U known 'M nearly every ous Trouble in Russia. Formerly Made. .
"Men kg
ten In. are lever likelY to settle a. their manufactured products
lawyer and law firm in New York.,sent '
luesuon rightly as when. they discuss The above I has allusion to.
ES office. the following lispatch to Lieutenant tt presume,.
A The House Considering the freely. Macaulay. discussion
Pharmacy Wrecked and the the tariff as at present carried
command of
who is in
Postteme. Exlect Colonel Streeter.
Civil BilL on; with which 1 have sympathy
which <. stationed Proprietor Killed.A Sundry DIRECTORY Or
'OCR, DL i the Tenth Regiment, THIS OBDKfUTATS in any way, being from ray boyhood a.

fully zed at Homestead daring the 10I1ble"b.. OBOAJTUATIOJI.President free trader, pure and simple,on ethical

.Way tbeU Carnegie works : Priest Was Severely Drubbed tot Waiting for the Big Item to Make principles; welch principles I hold to
T.Batkla, Anthony.Fla
DamagesHa4ube Lieutenant Colonel Streeter. Homestead Interfering With the Elotera.Cholerine a Fight-Th* Senate Agrees Vice Reaident..D. W. Adams,Tangerine ru be paramount all questions of policy. .
a tads GoyForc.4 Pennsylvania Secretary...J. A..}loon.I'eneaeole>'U. I can only say that when any one _d-=_ '
sot Mum: rtherfeet. Law abiding men.who believe that everyStan in a French to Admit foreign World'sFair Treasurer......._....C.8. Yuan*.Orleans, rti mends at the bands of a supenor power
; CMc.rer..J.. W. Week, ,lie
rlsaantty. U entitled to trial before condemnation Lunatic Asylum.ST. Workmen. Chipley action in his own interest "neglect "
free, with k.. and punishment, will entree: with me rcuaK OOt'JITT oruuarrox ing" the consideration of the effort of
L No PAV.Krry. that the outrage perpetrated by you, indorsed Pmn umta. July 28.-Advicei W,Um OTOll'. July 28.-It was expected
I-Tbe Post pnbit superior officers and that action upon others, that one is nota
by participated would be taken T. W. Ralph Mrs. A.
that a vote on president Hollistrr
tour received here from Astrakhan to the
k,tees In regimental Townsend Tic president Hantington; O. L.Wattoomb. safe person to pattern after or follow.If
U a crime only paralleled by the crimes effect that the epidemic of cholera at the W rld'e Fair amendments to the secretary-treasurer, Melrose; Lewis Mr. Twill formulate his questions -
to swindle u. a mob. but Morris, lecturer, Pslatka O.W.Riles.ehapla'n,
rydache., that is sundry civil bill without debate distinctly and logical basis.
place abating. upon
j unearthed My check for a good round sum is at the M&McekiB! J. W. L. Cannon door-keepor, efforthim
Scanty, been disposal of any Pennsylvania lawyer woo From these advices it U also learned the friends of the Fair at the last mo frauds; J.M. Cannon assistant doorkeeper, I will be pleased at any time to

1st, jerwM brought will undertake to bring you to justice. that serious disturbances due to the out ment concluded that it would be betterto Francis Boetwick: John Hancock, sergeant-at-arms such light as my poor ability may fbe
ed [Banm. eoaraUO. Believe me, there are many men in this able to evolve L. JI.
orts city, not only humble citizens like break of the disease haTe occurred in ban mar talk and when at 12:30 SUBORDINATE LODGES.FALATKA .

s care' Warring but military men as well, who are willing the province of Astrakhan, where the o'clock the sundry civil expert again A Deserved Promotion.

teed mss' med i at the Mason bead who of to monumental loosen crime may string not that go unpun such a inhabitants and a number of emigrant. obtained the floor, Mr. Carnth of Kentucky C. I. Rowton President: Joseph Price, Sec. By an advertisement in aDiOthu-

.p% Rep ished. C. O. 13CEOOT5K.Mr. rebelled against the sanitary measure was given an opportunity to explain retary. column, it will be seen that Mr. C.

oe D" d {forty-eighth and Bnrgoyne is an American by I adopted by the authorities. why hit had' decided to change AX MATXO.S. M. Billiard, who has Wn continuously

IeTe.a. t a sort of lob- birth, and served with a Pennsylvania J. Wells president; O. R. Thack, 8.,r.
this time for the
front at
regiment lathe late war. The rioters attacked and pillaged a appropriation. rear,. employed by G. Loper Bailey

postoffice and the communal offices, and HiI r.uon was that the fair had become .oeTW1CK. during the past three years, has been
ration i said to '
I THE RINGGOLD SCANDAL also wrecked a pharmacy and hilled the a national matter. Mr. Hopkins N.C.Crews, president, Bostvlck; J. T. Han admitted as a partner in Mr. Bailey'.

the ttempted seven! proprietor and his assistants. They then of Illinois closed for the appropriation, mock secretary Boetwic insurance business.
1 lfJr parties. H* has Mrs. HUBIIten, ,... We m.s !. tk. Ce.., rmAjrcu
attacked the police who were trying to his strong point being that by ordering Mr. Hilliard is
stet, r deed "To Ex-Con- ..,.,.. I. Her Inserted Rasbastd. K.W.Smith, presldenurrancls; J. M. Can- twenty-two yearsold.
restore order killing one and injuring the Sunday closing, the house had diminished son,secretary raacis. lie has .been identified with.
/with which be ban ST. Locus July 38.-A special to The number of the fair receipts. }lr, McMil
others. A priest who attempted nrnTLA5D. Palatka and Putnam County's insurance
[8. Jtiee in the sontbern has been lan closed for the opposition urging the
Republic Nething yet
says to pacify the rioters was severely for Thos. Hind president Geercetowa; X. W. business since 1834. lIe ia
dar declares that thsfa nece 4ity economy. Hawkins, I
beard from W. Trox Bxnkston. th* .d NCretarJ.Georgetown.
sot beaten.In The debate being concluded. Speaker a young gentleman of much ability
right to protect its ltor of The New South at Ringgold, announced that he satisfied
the villages of Tolenio and Zamis- Crisp was '
I the south from eoninfederat W. Motes,president,HoUUter; 8, r"; Baxter and ambition.
d; army, and Qa., who skipped out to avoid marrying chealso ia the province of Astrakhan, that his. ruling yesterday should be ,secretary HoUUter.LO9O I We join his many friends in congratulating -
bad obtained divorce 0
makes the govern- s woman who a infuriated mobs seized and destroyed a effect of the ruling Was to give BKAHCH.John I him his success.
damages in eachcas- from her husband, and who bad come Harvey, president, BannerviUe; T.J.. upon
a quantity of disinfectant landed from entire control the situation -
Mr. Holman
south to become the wife of Bankston.The over Miller,secretary,BannervUle.a'xzrrtx.. The business will be conducted under
ras so eoncript.d, or
nthern army. woman in the case is Mrs. Eva a steamer and tried to siege the steamer I unless the house should take it the firm name of G. Loper Bailey

os that all an ex-eon- Hamilton, formerly the wife of ,N. C but was repulsed. There are twenty- I! away from he him makes.by voting down some H. W. Hoop, president McMeekin; R. Lbeyle Jt Co. Mr. Bailey's business ha*
fin order to receive damd Hamilton, the county recorder at Indianapolis nine new cases of cholera reported in proposition ,secretary McMeelcla.XOaWALK.
I The first senate amendment proposedto during the two
grown rapidly past
$ loyalty, and that h* IDe!. NijiNovgorod.lit .
enter the army against After bearing that Bankston had Jilttd increase the appropriation for the O. J. Parmenter president Norwalk; secretary years, and at present the firm hag

connection Mason cites her and vamoosed, Mrs. Hamilton ... Anarchists Cnvleted.BKCSSILS government exhibit and on Holman'smotion Benjamin Lockett, Norw&lk.I'VTJf4. nine men employed in the office and
the house, without division insisted
''ged decisions in the while in the city received a letter from July 28.-The trial of sixteen on its non-concurrence in this .4LL. on the road.

grime court, deciding isr ex-bnsband. who is wealthy, offering anarchists which has been in progress amendment 8.X.Tlmmons,president, Putnam Hall; E.B. We wish the new firm success.
the government could to settle a fortune on her child by Lane, secretary Banana.rurixL.. ,
rr at Liege for some days has been Th same tonne was followed u to
ens in such an ezner- Bankston if the mother would renounce : .

d pay any damage the Georgian, return to Indianapolis concluded. The jury returned a verdict the other to the amendments$. .000 000 appropriation of minor importance to L. J. Arnold president, Penleli J. P. Boyd, I et.l Ceca.I.a. tithe
om said lack cf pro- mad remarry Hamilton. She went to of guilty on all counts of conspiracy to I secretary,PenlsU In another column will bo found
flu World' fair the not
sscl 0 last, with what intention steal explosive and to i managers caring
Indianapolis at destroy propertyand to force the fighting until the big suco. avertisement of Hotel Coquina*
v -** > bring the matter is not known. an attempt to blow up the Ombret i. Holmes Erwin President, Pomona; W. F.Heale Ormond
""*, and th* powder milL The verdict was received appropriation was reached. Secretary,Sisoo.WELAKA.. -bythe-Sea.
supreme In the senate, Mr. Hale, the chairman house is of the best the
jjVjr to do .o h* must BASE BALL, RECORD. amid profound silence. Monieau.. the :
naval affairs introduced
? ? -cnlar therefore apMbonfderat head of the baud, was sentenced to of the committee on R.J. Broad president Welaka; A. A.. Mos- Florida coast. The cuisine is excellent .
is to send Th following the played twenty-five penal servitude Wolff a joint resolution to amend the grove< ,eecrcsary,Welaka.
y'r. are games years ; act in relation to the proposed international and rates very low. The rooma
*n< f money as they can b y the Southern and National LeaguesLe.atb.ra and Beaujean two of the leaden, to 1:1).6.1.: ronrr.
naval review at Hampton Roads well ventillated and cool aniTthe
Pd m 1, to b. creed a. a ... twenty years each; four others to fifteen C. D. Pearson, president ; Geo. Wilkinson, are ,
f Lt; and New York. Th. amendment empowers
Jr, Secretary. beds first-class. verandah
t his impracticable years each and two to tea and three Large
I | scheme.i At Atlanta-Atlanta. 8; Mobile. 7. years, respectively and directs the secretary of the ATSCKA BIGHTS. iM i feature.
i *Sont ,is city who haveent At Birmingham Birmingham, 9; navy to send United State ships of war K.I. Cardell.J>President O.A.Godfrey,-BecTyCKKscurr a principle

f *Mrdof highly in- Montgomery 4. Over On Tb .. nd Deaths. to rendezvous in Hampton Roads in I The managers of the Coquina,
are crrr.
/ <"**nantI At Macon Macon, 8; New Or. April. 1893, and to proceed thence at ,T. Rutherford t Seiser & Vining, are the most hospitable
atingly President Secretary Hugh
pronouncethan LoNDON, July 28.-The St. Petersburg ;
some time during the month of May 01'June.
&eans, 1. SAt have and'are
Md is more rindlay. POIHace.CreaceD'CltT. hotel men we met,
I Duerorid; Chattanooga Chattanooga, 4; correspondent of The Time says "An to New York harbor to bold a review -
matter will beat .0000000OTOJf, II ever on the alert for the pleasureand
( .
torsstigp penrion office ofHILU Memphis, 8. official bulletin announces that 2,012 W. H, Cole, president Huntington J. J:.
> The senate joint resolution authoris comfort of their guests.If .
of cholera and deaths
cases 1.803 from .
!f.".... lA.p.. Marshall, secretary Haniincton.AJCAXA.
0 the disease occurred in Russia on the big foreign exhibitors at the World'sCdumbisn you contemplate a trip to the
At New York-New York 8.tand .
; Clove. to into tL. .
UEO FULTOH. 21st, 22d and 23d inst Thes figure
seashore tber&is than
i. include the statistics for Viatka in European United Sues foreign laborers for the O. L. Whltoomb president Melrose; Mrs. no placebetter
Tae Isrt L. 1. Lalspt.'s At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 2fl; Russia, where 186 case and, IiI.t1'.fo1U' purpose of preparing for and making ,Charles Baldwin secretary Melrose.x Ormond and Hotel Coquina for three

Oletrie Cincinnati GoAt exhibits taken from the calendar core.H.3.OrimpresldentW.. it is of .
their first
d Ataant Him.n deaths were reportedTh* was O. Smith, reasons- easy access;
10 St. tecretary.tortoffice
drzLWT the electkmoongresjiooal Louis, 8. ; Vienna corrcpondent' of The Time telegraphs and paced.MURDER. ,Lake Cotno. second,the accommodations are goodand A

for delegat coo- At Baltimore Baltimore, 9; Chi- : "The Nine Freie Pr..l&y. IN ALABAMA.C a4aJlU': Mxu. the charges reasonable ; third.
f that the inhabitants of Varlou villagesof A.L Barker, president; C.B.Abelntt, secretary .
3. beach and best
J AfOisi it the smoothest
e Hillyer carried the government of Saratoff han attacked Poet-offloe,Lockloosa. has
At Pittsburg-PitUburg. 8; Brook. )trier. Wad a 0.sml. sod 0.. Ie for bat
o0 260 majority, over and expelled doctors who were advantages ing.
Colonel 1m. 11. sent to their relief." aad De'".
of the
W. The action political contention -
T. Colonel Livingk At Boston otIoD. 10; LontsyUl, i.Tarster .
: I of the Baltimore
BwmltekaxAL. A Meyer Dry
ticket U the field July 28.- bloody held at Jacksonville oa the 20th ;
and k 1'1.'''" Arret4.LOXDO Goods Store left for the East *..
toad.Tne sad Gale Are Dark.LARZDO tragedy occurred near Coalkurg. 8qm not hare been alto- ye
his (
t feet strength. nst or
*, July 28.-Th* Vienna correspondent miners to the mines to begin ,"betl&y' terday morning where he to
total Tex.. July M.-Th* two going goes
about in national
4' 1,900 wise
was gether bat a point
u o mal and will be young men-W. E. Turner and J. H. of the News says: A man work were horrified to find tfesj ; purchase goods. It is the intention.
of view neitherof the Rives
mad. capl Jale-who robbed the City Savingstankof .amid Zaharew spread rumors in Kazan dead body of Albert Goner, colored, parties of Mr. Meyer to lay in one of the
Livingston ia his similar to those spread in Astrakhan, the least promise of paying the slightest -
in the road about half between fall stocks ever bronnt to thiat
canvas fa o unties, which hare > Nashville Tenn.a a few-wee a declaring that the doctor*'were burying lying way attention to the true interestsof largest '

not y.t ago of 918,000 while employed aa clerks patients alive and poisoning them. B* the town and th* -mines, ail town. __ r

feel Linngston and to in that bank aDd skipped for Mex4c; found ready believers and he called a throat was cut from ear to ear. In fat the people at large. Both are most A Phe e BMBl Socce**. t'

fn ca54.nt win defeat Hill- were brought back from BaltMlo, Xex:, meeting of the populace for the purposeof h. had been beheaded, as only a small emphatically and wholly under the ,
y.r thi con He claimed that by City Marshal Ygletias. aDd turned making an attack on the hospitals and T6 fete champetre held in Reid',.
tbesmaUaeM strip of skin held the head to the body. control of the money power, not a
In Ns ote cast U gfeatlHiUyer / over to J. H. Clack chief of police from expelling the physicians. Tne police) fear( by, grazing in the woods, was a Garden Wendesday evening, uader J
financial character
favor law of
Nu vUle. Theywere detained all dav arrrested Zaharew and sent him to single a or
easier a as aaIlulsey mule which Garter had been riding to the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society '
have been man to an would in Lared. awaiting th4 Recovery of prison for a month. Other plotters the mine. upon any subject Involving the use of of the Presbyterian Church wasa .f;

the enty-four vote in 10.000which theyhad, deposited in wen also arrested. The story goes that Garter and a considerable capital baring been ,
eonren. er now has eightchance lonterey. They returned from Mexicoat phenomenalsucceSl.
and white man named Albert Freeman both
lug one-half the a of defeat- their own request, and are only held I. a., Asylnss.PAKIS driven of tram can in the mines started passed by Congress for the last thirty The tableaux in the Reid mansion. ;

LI Georgia from the Fifth nominally in arrest by th. officers. Its July 28.-A violent outbreakof out from Coalburg to the mines years, which was not dictated or largely parlors were well rendered with *- ,.,.,.;.

understood that the mothers of these a disease supposed to be cholera has riding males, side by side shortly be- modified by the money changers, not striking effect.
young men have paid the amount they. Fore D o'clock in the
The Sv.Od .. occurred in the lunatic asylum at Bon- morning. They only those of America but of Europe cake served. "
at Msrb took from,the bank.A .," never reached the mines. A party of Ice cream, etc, was
HamTZAD p neval on the river Loire; seventyfivemiles well. Every well informed man of the
y2i -The Home- miners passing along the road soon afterward as in abundance on grounds.
stead Determined BaleUe.CRAWTORDSTTLLX southwest of Pans. Of the forty-
Dea hays entry abandoned discovered Gortfer's dead body, as the day who is wtUinar to look facts '
far have
}d-1 .ndeavt Ind.,July 28.-Eary two cases so reported. twenty described above. .. .f Fir C.msaiwt..rs. I
> B rel
re t
g Braddock proved' fatal Dr. Brouardel. the well squarely in the face, must see that the ",
irorkers out on st After four days in the morning a bricklayer named known specialist who was sent from Gort It' is supposed that Freeman killed pauperization of nine- Attention ift called to the fact tharLhe
f r. The men had a quarrel a few comparative
pppel tang, th ers are dieoonr. Huffman, while on his way to work, i Paris to investigate the outbreak declared Board of Fire Commissioners of tie
ged, and disease days ago and bad feeling known to tenths or more of the people of the
that the is choler
sal B k seems deter- discovered a man lying on a trestle on I merely
exist between them. Both
were ex- 'alatka Firs will
to Department convene :
nation is the result either
Landing the untfn t work notwith- the Clover Leaf railway near Linden. faun convicts and were known to be desperate directly Ita regular session at their rooms ia

ther Caraegj1 combo pressure of the Then was a train coming. Huffman S .elnl Cordons Established. xn tu They were driver ia the Indirectly, of legislation, mostly national Central Station oa :Monday: August 1,. f ,
DPeyea A member lastened to the man and tried in vain to mines and usually worked together. of
the and the effect
can legislative attendance
jt advisoq tee said that be him from the trestle and had to BiRU.v. July 28.-Th* whole town of ; st7:30p. m. is respectfully ,

several Aan.1 ated men bad mt from the trestle to save his own Posen will be medically inspected, as a BIG STRIKE. errors be peaceably remedied by any teqvested. 1

nteti.h dockwmen, and The man sprang across the rail in precaution against cholera, and special mode other than that of legislative Gio. B. GAT, Chief. .

: app t forgotten the front of the train and was terribly mangled cordons will be established for all rail 0.14 I. New Mexico- ........., Ky.. action? Is it not abundantly apparent, Jesse B. BCRTZ, Secretary. J

omth for istance made to death being instantaneous. The ways roads and canals crossing. the Gentleman In :Lack.
to m for 882, were disinclined section men gathered up the remainsand frontier. The Berlin medical board has Wmn Uxa N. n July 2a-Lin then, that until our legislative halls are OUR CANDIDATES. 1

Jockd out Several of the took them to New Richmond. They detained a number of Russian emi occupied by new men; men not only of *'
had given ho swat thet, the leaders proved to be those of John McCain who grants and ordered that a strict exami- .oln county has another great gold correct views but also of impregnable "I am a candidate" and"offer myself

Edgar Thomp500 sop pf a rakelb.* lad been to Linden to see his sweet- nation be made as to their condition strike. Seven pounds of gold, with My head's on the altar, and all such .

I of bringi still hope- heart. It is supposed they quarreled and that their belongings be disinfected. $( OO. the product: of ten tons of ore rectitude, no reasonable hope can be things;
e out hence the suicide.Locisviu entertained of a restoration of their I! am willing suffer, and bleed, land{ :
from the American mine was deposited

R.LNt r.r Smffes; e. rt.lt.d t. D_'''' Andrew rngle's Statement. In the Exchange bank here. The new rights to the plain people For die the honor :and salary the office
28.-An of the
LONDON, July agent )
OSLZAXS, July 111 relief *. Ky., July 88. -Adam Associated Press called Andrew And i* from the American mine, three If there be any practical way by fcrings. .. '
upon miles west of rfogale and seventeen which our halls can be thus filled, under
h with *
uinbe. hat a seat nchs, : man employed at the
Carnegie, in hit seclusion on Loch Ram- Tit true 1 believe in article thirteen--
miles south of White Oaks. eitheror
the old political organizations, ,
the 1 in the
for pie Woolen
rations milk net with
Kentucky a railroad That "the office should seek the
rock thirty miles from a or The body of ore, 10'far as explored.itabout
red section of and Black both let him who know hold
horrible accident. H up "
was walking
telegraph station to ask his opinion seventy-seven feet in length and man
od Bayou De* GIAAhhET across the tank of boiling water used concerning Homestead matters. At first the pay streak is from twelve to twenty his hand. But a* it Is not seeking me worth

for washing the oil ont of wool, when dr. Carnegie positively refused to discuss inches in thicknee. The mine ia owned No, it cannot be done; there is but cent,

POnTS.Bav be slipped u.Th any phtse of the situation,. but after y Colonel J. D. Powers and James one and that is through the establishment I'll, go for the office the best way I
*water reached only. about midwayof persistent interrogation, h* finally Hickman of Owensboro Ky. Th former way, can.

his body, but the part below the surface said: own the Lu Vevas Aqua Pura of an entirely new organization

AL Jaly rT.- do a a1 was almost literally boiled from his ""Well I authorize yon to make the jmtsrworks ard railroad interests iDectuoky. covering the entire country. Some try to excuse themselves, in a j

arm st $LIO x>nes. The unfortunate man shrieked following statement: I ban not attended Th Latter i* mayor ofOwensboro. So far as Florida may be affected, way,
sows Jsly ,T.. ere at T. with agony but retained sufficient pre- to business for the past three Ten men are now at work At "lO cltatlODJ' of friends" on',
aria; strained .trained 'e nce of mind to wade to the rim of the rears, but I have implicit confidence in taking out and milling the ore. the action referred to at the beginning out

steady at $L)* era tarpaUa1LOQ vat. and was lifted out leaving great hose who are managing the mills. Further I of this article may have been premature come ;
I! and hunt the honest
,.new dip, ylrata fakes: of flesh in the seething water. than that I haTe nothing to say." A Democratic Dental.BALXXGH and to that extent unwise but must go up TO
I Picnics free feed and learn a 11
Physicians say b* will die.A It is very evident that Mr. Carnegie July 28.-Chairman 8imtnons ,
has no intention of returning America there can be no question of its beneficial piece to spout.
rr.d... .--m
sad of the state Democratio committee
Little Hegr Elltd.Hzxruis at Ute time. the nation.
'set.Jalr ST.Fork gnl+Ad steady;, present in a statement sent out denies the effect upon Thare is one for a while wiahed t* be
'd f'**> ev ktrn MM. July 29.-Near Oakland. L.M.MR. .
Q1 prim
The Indiana Beer Bnsiaese.IVDIAHAPOLXS published statement that the People's The great High Sheriff, fees, why i
Gist and Arm.borisl..r 1Xroacer > Tenn., the little son of a whit farmer
bat olaoed Qtlt westeraBH July 26.-A movement arty men in effect captured the third EDITOR-There appeared in .he can get; t .
erit felons. )ulrtmber.TXSL named John Feathers, fot into a fightwith district Democratic convention and that But now he's repented, and will even
: sty wham coking to the consolidation of the br*w- issue the of
George Smith a colored boy of 10 h* truckled to them by leading a movement TOur last over signature undertake

DO.July IT.-Cash qwttat .s were M Smith hit little Feather with a clod of lag interests of the state is in progress, against the adoption of a resolution "A," a short article headed as follows: To be Justice of the Peace District so_
T110lert dirt which so enraged the paternal and a call has been issued for a meetingat endorsing Cleveland Mr. Sim- '
1&IIWk 1LOOOIL1L association "A few nuts for the Alliance Editor to Eight.
ribs loose I_IL"_" .fl Dry salt "eathers that be caught up th. colored which a state brewers mona state that no such revolution was "

II i boxed too@, .&. Sbort ear sides boy and dashed him violently again J will be formed. Crawford Fairbanks, Introduced. The anti-Cleveland men Crack. One says "if nominated he will peform.
r..JJGAm..n. the ground, killing him almost Instant- of Terre Haute is said to be at the head were largely in the majority in the convention Although I do not aspire to the dig, "-

July IPM. I C; new ly.a. Feathers escaped, and U still at of the movement.and commissioner Price are appointedto to be regulated ,: yet the Democrats succeeded in nity of that title, my {position as conductor No matter whether elected or not.
Urd. strong current mal nominating Grady for and
; congress a3vland Its[ for the at five dollar
with the in good
; short ribs S Bacon compel a strict compliance) elector. of the Alliance Department papers

sr a.t Trepe Leaving c..r .'.61_ agreement THE TIMES, makes it incumbent upon ahead.

}1v.rp..1 .rata W 1.JWnJt. Ida., July 23.-Governor "1'. Protect American I.......... Tb Tide of Immigration. me to take notice of the article alludedto. "A fool and his money soon parts," it

s+sot.hlyr.-Tot1owtog .cps WUley has directed the withdrawal of WlSHEioros, July 28.-Th* secretary New YOKe July 2
dosiet eteratioas the national guard from Couer d'Alen of tbe navy has ordered the United mad by merchants of the south to turn closer examination of his effusion, "A" : a '
0b There are more men here than can find State steamer Kearsage to proceed at &e stream of immigration down there August 11th the tale wilt be toIdt"-o

A .. guts employment, and at least 800 men an once to Honduras. That country is in It having Its effect in England and Soot will pardon me for my inability to dis- What a lot will be hunting their

__ .. coking for work. Mine) owner are cover a single' nut contained therein boles .
.. v..M.. a state of revolution and the presenceof land, a large number of immigrant ar.I "
b s M Oo* .. .....YN.Nandl till apprehensive of attempts to de- a United States man-of-war thought rime oa the steamer Gallia. Th Gratia I I worth the cracking. As a matter of And crawl down so.deep yoa could sot /
.. ..,.... sb.t&ad the us of dynamite *
orember. the by
troy property Interests touch < f
American -
..106quht necessary to protect slated at one for South Carolina
Deesatber,... fact I find nothing at all
and a strict watch is kept on th* then. ttA other southern states. requiring an Any one of them with a twet.foot.pole. ; /

.. mill day and night answer of any kind, esoeptisg perhaps .

tq.dy. I the lat clause, wt&k t>M is a*follows: July 25. 7.PALATi i t,




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a polltfv-al.-gathering-7---I e.aa. tall-! LITTLE TH1XG& A ..rI.. ef J"opttlu E....,....... FMEKfttiK lAIC
wH&'soeaethuag .' ; ot lowest fare
tottow Excursion rate
dark, little
of the foram*."hid.appesraace.. Kica- A good-'aye kiss Is a thing, for the round trip has been establishedvia
With hand the:door to Pith HISI
your oq go., {
Lfcatale 'by JWne.. a graduate of i NiDI
tlut it takes the venom out of the sting the E. T. V. & G. Hallway, as follows p
West Point. After serving four years on '
Of a thoughtless word or a cruel
be had thrown his -: fling :
the frontier up commission
and a few months prior to this That you,made an bout ago. To Denver, Colorado, on account of P.rHa i

time had settled in a neighboringcounty A kiss 01 greeting Is sweet and rate. Knights Templar Triennial Conclave. _
and opened an office for the After the toil of the day, Tickets to l* sold August 3, .a,J 5 and 6, PALATKA, Ft.\.

practice of law. lie was a rabid ,secefctonlst Jut it smooths the furrows out of the limited to October 12. Fare' from Jacksonville Orders received at TmTu

eager excitement, a fluent care.And ) $43.80. .

speaker, ready to drink or play at lines, on the forehead you once To Kauaaj City, Mo.. acrxmnt of -

all hwurs.of ready'wU and utterly with- called fir Knights Phythlas Biennial Encampment WEo.re WEAK xt*I
; tickets to be sold August IS, 19 IN ILITATLD, wa.4
out frar There qualities at that time. In the sears that have flown away. I
In that community had speedily and 20, limited to September 15. yare ,

brought him into prominence and, he Tis a little thing to say, "You are from Jacksonville, $25.65. 'tIrrr
kind*' To Washington, D. C., and return, hie.
the leader of l'reamtr
was already recognized as Backache dw
,-- for younger fire-eating element. "I love you, my dear," each night account G. A, R. annual encampment, ore, tlmples epos the; ::sad an'

:: -- out prBuy. "jou must not see John came In a few mlm'itV after the But it sends a thrill through the heart, to bejin there :September 20. Dates lIDd'ur leading So I early H.K decoy o. c-.lDptioa

. danger was so alarming and sudden ; Janet to-night., Yon are aroused and she young man., and was July Introduced.As I find. that tickets will be sold, limits, etc., particulars" a home Ut'\1Wa rare. X 8l"\

, that she tras for the moment IItUpe6ed.JobD' is already repenting; she has gone to he honk hands with him John felt For love Is tender, as love is blind, will be announced later. Fare from DR. PARK ,K, -5.r

.quick ear had heard the antler'schallenge her room very much ashamed and you In every fiber of his body a sense of repulsion As we climb life's rugged height Jacksonville, $' Lb5. Route lays by mJlo x MII,

,and looking around be took lathe can do more good by hunting up John that he had never before ,'xpnerke *- -Union Signal.cklen'l war of Chattanooga and thence via the" tNt \fOHKNKtckaenea: wb
"bhenaiidoah Uoute.
situation at a glance. In the nut and helping him." ,L and. to judge from the expression valley! X*.n1t!
The colonel was much distressed. He Arnica Salve To Chattanooga, account reunion of I CK rrofiue aad l"alat1ll,
Jew seconds it looked as If he was possessed of anvale's l face, the feeling was
of seven-league boots. Almost before had never before known how much he reciprocal. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts, the Army of the Cumberland; tickets e.estsetf tions. IViMrdvrt the We.Vd ami

Janet had realized what was happening bad become attached to the quiet lad When Janet came into the room and Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, on sale September 14 and 15, limitedto Ureaa*. lanesne ]
September 20. Fare from Jacksonville hoald send (or HO ANH BooiJ
John had landed on the snake but it came to him now with full force.as met the newcomer John knew in a moment with
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, $14.60To ( ealedX free, i'&nlcuUr. (or i
aDd ground it into the earth and. as if be said to his wife: -Wife we have the depth of his trouble and the No Cit >o PATSdentifle .
been foolish let Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- Chicago, account dedicatory ceremonies gnalifleations. tabs
to children
possessed with a frenzy he continuedto very our CHUM of bill aversion. Here wu& the
and Piles World's Fair tickets rience. Careful l>iagnoi* sad Hseatations
Lions, positively cures or no Building
stamp upon the reptile nnti It was grow up with such Ideas' That boy Is roost ilifctlnsnttelwd-lnoking man of hUacquaintance I ; are the mcreu of nr ..,
of God's pay required. It is guaranteed to give on sale October 8 and 9. limited to drew C. W. roAn,
ground out of life and shape. The girl one noblemen and if Janet brought in contact with -J
Perfect satisfaction or money refunded October 18. Fare from :Jacksonville myS WOX.Cherry,s..CDRFORMITi
had loved, him I would have ..
staggered as if she would faint but wasung'h gladly the woman he lovmt. and. by a certain
2o box. For sale Date of is be
price cents per by 25. opening likely to
\ and upheld by tbe young man ceived him as a son indeed; but It kern InMtfht which the young man polio
LOWET & IiuLsz.BUMMER. of which
; changed by Congress in
and in the next moment her high spirit grieves me sorely to think of that lad's kUkMtL he knew that there was trouble : ,

came to her rescue and she was her brave true heart being trampled ia the ahead.Lanvale. RATES. case be dates of. sale,limits, etc., will also Cruse Cye*. Hlr Lip,Cnrru re
changed.All _
'ma'uR16elL dost. Crab Feet. Hip Joint Uutean*. and .
had no backwardness about these rates will be open to the tie*el tbe lUnd*. Ana. Lop iicaily

CHAPTER Mm. Gregory who had that day dfcv- him,, and showed very plainly his admiration The Geo air. Southern and Florida public. See your nearest coupon agent, cored.

Oa./A7a. covered what a bold the quiet cheerful for Miss Gregory, while the Railroad is now preparing rates for the or addreu F. )(. Jolly D. I1. A., Jack-

In a few minute after the snake ioer voting man had on her could bold up young lady was: evidently flattered by travel out of Florida to all Summer Resorts sonville, Fla.; Chas.-N. Kight, A. G. DISFIGURE!
no longer and went to her room in his marked attention.At P. /. Atlanta B. W. Wreun G. P.
; ,
I Ipaiaie
dent Janet was as bright as wail but which will shortly be placed on ) Superfluous Hair. Wine harks,
the table the conversation ,
John seemed cast down and troubled. tears, while the colonel put on his hat supper A., Knoxrille. Iy and perfeetiv rs awe
called u favorite dog and went out to naturally turned on the one absorbing valuable treatise on the almre. Ad
Janet not.1cedhla airi rallied bias on I sale.This C. W.FAEKKI
It., "Why John you look. troubled as look for John whose room wasstfll. vacant -I topic of interest and Lanvale who. as line is'the shortest and fastest mjS- 340 X.Cherry Xieb

if the snake had bitten me." but whose horse he ascertainedwas usual took the lead wanted to know out of Florida,carrying the West India That Your Hairmay
In the stable lot. lie what the cftlonel thought Texas woulddo
started around
"I am troubled at the careless way in and Florida mail to all points West DDoKENaterm r ";R
., the lawn fence and about half In the event of Lincoln's election.
which you expose yourself and brogan way retainIts of CHKUMU Dl-'JAAE.yahlable : .
around the circuit under The colonel said he very much feared and Northwest. Trains arrive aDd depart
toots are not always at hand for such a widespread- wink M their adtirtmand
log live oakwhich was a favorite resort, secession would follow. from Union Depots, Palatka and youthful color, learn how the can he cnrmll
"Well, you know It is very dull,here, the dog discovered the young man. He "Why don't you hope so?" Macon. Connection made with all fullness, and beauty, writing DR.,rAKHKRA TIT*. Better CO.write yin.YASavILLE tare
was stretched out on the damp "Ko I do not want to see the union danceroo*. r1ea e state root
and a!"e&llin adventure is something tines in Macon with the vestibule limited I
restlessly, dissolve and a bloody warpredpitated. dress It dally how long afflicted.
.to boast oL""Perhaps occasionally moanIng t
for tbe Carolinas and
"Well, t.haIa just what I wish to Virginia
and when the colonel placed his see
thlnlt but others do
not, and adventures yon of eo.this kind do not band gently on his head and felt his but there will be no such luck; the Yan- the East, and with through sleeping with : THE :

leave behind very pleasant memories for pulse he discovered that he was in a kees won't. fight and eYeD if they car lines for resorts in Tennessee,Ken Hair VigorIt i
most people and then just think of the raging fever. He aroused the place would; we can whip them ten to one. tucky and all points .North and Noith-
put him carefully to bed sent In hotha.at "Just what think too"cried Henry.
terrible if anythingabonld west. between Palatka cleanses the
consequences Sleeping cars
, befall 1aG.II after the doctor and sat by his Job had been silent but Lanvale Stearns Win

"I rather Imagine the terrible coase.quences bedside nn\Q the doctor came who was determined he should not escape, and Macon scalp.cUres humors,
r Trains leave. follows
after careful diagnosis shook his head so he turned to him and asked quite :
would be confined to me.II
airilyresponded and stimulates a
A. x. r. x.
Janet John looked and said sadly: "Bad ease, colonel bad significantly:
he answered very'grave erne great shock, brain fever." The "What does our silent friend think?" PalatVa.5:40 8:15 new growthof _

as Ton are cruelly: In making good doctor was also rather attached to "1 agree with CoL ON'roryaaJd IIam.ton .. .. .. .fiat 9:37
unjust hair.
Joha, Lake ..8:03
that speech. You well know that the young man though he had not be- City
"You do not wAnt to fight shear For folders and other information
yon are the idol of the whole place,'and Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
with apply to
that harm to .would be as a dagger 4 scarcely perceptible sneer."I
yon : 'l certainly do not." A. C. K*AW, JAS. MKNZIES: Lowell Mass. '
planted in every one of oar hearts, and ,
"Do you think we could whip the Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent,
neb talk is both unkind and
unjust. '
ltJ Yankees?" I Macon,Ga. Palatka.
"John Hewson, you have turned intoa
regular scold; but that is the with Si ;; "I do not. ......seee.............*....*...
way "And ?" COMO NOTES. .
some people. Let them do you a little g pray why :
"Because have the numbers Palatka 2
ervice, and blffl they feel entitled to they got Correspondence .

ttecture you forever and a day after ; ':t. and the resources; it might be a long COMO, July 25. .. ..
and but numbers and
: bloody struggle
Awards. This was said In a very peter .
resources would finally prevail""I Mr. D. E. DuSenberry returned froma :
Jant tone. John had been standing :1
quietly, during this skirmishing, but am surprised that with your views prolonged visit to Jacksonville on : PECULATE THE : ,
sow he faced around with flashing eyeand ; ; you 1 should presume remain that one the can south.remain in Saturday night, much to the relief of : STOMACH DYER AND B6WELS, :I 1

compressed tips with his whole soularoused. m
"That Is not true Janet 1 the south And yet retain his honest con Will, his obliging clerk. His brother : PURIFY THE BLOOD. :

Gregory, and you know. it. Have I raes* victions." partner was seriously Injured by a : A KUmi KKCOY FAR The I.'t g ht ftt,strongest rab1c.
"Oh, then the rest of us Sri not bon- horse. L11DeKl.HUM.r.ealt.el.ebgGnNi. ; ?e rot
honed any service that I ever did rout runaway has been built and fa c<
eau" : t.ti.w'yes-..Cl..M Uvee T......* i e fa
Have not been at your beck and call "I did Mr.and Mrs. Carter inally concluded ......... ... c..rlesley 7MMftT.lYe years, ha stood the lot

Soryears? Dave ever asked anything la not say.anytMng,1b* taat. not to stay here all summer add have. : ,".- -.u.. ... su....... .,aM : suitable for alt classes: :
"I have noticed said Lan scrt?
return? I love you better than nay OWB.life. always, st.eea, u-... awa.. for illustrated .nom
I have studied hard to get knowA vale, 'Hbat your peaceable meD have a gone North for a short time. Mrs. ..-= ::=te l to take : tion of our wheel triads 'Yhteat t.b\8

edge that I might get nearer to I strong lot of reasons on their side; as Carter will try to sojourn at Asheville, .atortw. OH lBMdiMNiM.. 3 : Iron felloes, strongest
yon. : Sold
and hy* 1I Atftel "*'- Rat by SMOIno .
strike first
Lave tolled to. get money that I might lore er to argue N.C.They left "Poll" with Mrs. Gable, *..ef ITeMMu Addrw wheel la the trade | et"end

get nearer to you; the, one t.bc'b"'arT ,fa' EX WAS a A. KAenre nru. and "Will" is going to try and teach : THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. : We- build all sizes of mlup-
CoL Qrefery bad been Hsteeteg aV u waves IDJII!.xzw you crrr. mills
salad, the oatf affection of heart pumping general
U. bees you. I could humble my myself, fore ,bad 4 stogie opportunity to give teatively to the, colloq y between the her some of his pet phases. I-................................: plies of all kinds fan$t enrf

lathe dust for your love for eve'a aba even a dose of q1 D1ne. "But you young;mea, and.aeeI g.,\be trend of the Dr. W. Graham Smith has a very kind a specialty. G par-

alight return of my unbounded love and have, some ,hope, doctor queried, the conversation gave the signal for Withdrawing '. promising apiary at his place,and he;-is !: : anteed. whte-

because I show a little &!Wet l' about colonel ,anxiously. 1'i to the 'parlor by rising from i planning to dispose of part of the crop MerrydayPaine Will give farmers an .utS.

your personal safety turn oa 'me "0. yes, while there's life there's the 1&1> ,, ia sale prices where we h ed
of England where he
with petulance and sarcastic$eeeh." ,hope, and he is a healthy youngster, Late, that night as John was sittingout can get Send for our large 72

.During the, delivery, of this speech temperate. and prudent but he is goingto under; a spreading oak smoking good prices. We wish him success. & Catalogue and mentfo aper

Janet's 'face was' a curious study;for a have a narrow squeak a very narrow Lanvale sauntered down and opened up ills bees are doing exceedingly well. to the
Address all
moment she seemed startled and evem squeak. Leaving the medicine with: The notice in your paper that Pabtb' correspc

frightened at John's unwonted. vehemence with explicit directions bow to give it, "809; my young" friend,'yon do not propose defunct bank will pay depositors JACKSONVILLE, FLA. STEALS MANCF Eh'G CO.
he rode to other to fight
., but the next moment sad. was away
op colonel "I not friend aDd I thirty-five per cent. has revived the a.,t'
. ia arms. Pride reseataient, vexattem, long night through the am your young mb2S-tf ConnersT
amusement scorn followed ia rapid aat by the bedside of the poor waif will fight at my own time in my: own spirits of some of our citizens. The

accession;by the time John was done struggling for life and reason and it I way." question is asked, where has the balance Violins, Banjos, I MET( sip is I IWrtU UDL

speaking, the spoiled beauty .was ready. seemed to him as U in his delirium he I Henry Gregory came up in time to of the 65 per cent. gone? One of nar'
repeated a million times oven "Not as hear this speech and Lanvale turned to San 55 10 10 oats oe a ..paee
"Who gave you any right to set.1'OUI'o good as the dirt under her feet and I him airily and said: the boys suggests that ,it has gone STRINGS, SHEET MUStC&C hooksestatalag tor ew maaunotb 11eare.tdf.eaaaeadf ,

self up as my lover? You forget yourself loved her. "You see I have struck A spark of fire where the old cider went-to "vine- aetaren: prices,ud. i arse I
when talk about love In connectionwith
you every kind of roo <
a daughter of Cot Henry Gregory. on this flint. gar. QUILL. All Prices for Cash or on terms to aad mwerted fete the UiBovMheld
CHAPTER VIX. "Oh.John is just out of sorts Let's Goods, Tan j ooha Dre s
You, a nobody that he picked up tramping DltilN suit, sod Gents" OottlBf and f sls7csss,
wan CLOUDS. go away and let him alone said KENNELS,or the LIQUOR HABIT oc9,3mC.amberlain'a :
along the road, sad because Goods White Goods gurtrsN. I II
you John was ill for several weeks, but a Henry. Cared at Home in Ten Days by Administering I Boots sad eaoM, G Wvere**. I
have been .elrf, j
to beyond .v
privileges good constitution and careful nursing "Not so fast said Lanvale "I mnst Dr. Halnes' Golden Specific.It Eye and 1:5Jtm I WatebM.Cto Impl.m te. -
\n- .
your station you do like all these him around all When B-rr.t D.. (; .
brought right. see more of this cold-blooded citizen Ointment. Oa.y1R8T CUM .W ..-,;
common people Imagine yourself equal I) be conn.leeoen.Janet.. can be given in a glass of beer a _._. 7-
was came who cares so little for his country that A certain cure for Chronic; Sore Eves, es BWfW*4f*VUM avu pttt.
to betters. I **" thewhe1..0i
With your his room one day and endeavored to be would see It insulted without liftinga cup of coffee or tea, or in food, without Tetter, Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old llowtef sly eoncera the whirl sells- t.e' sX.mamfactmer .

the first cutting sentence the apologize as by this time she was band in its defense. the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema ,tve. to ,.. -wi. tI .at farad
young man's head dropped and at th.elo.1nz heartily ashamed of herself but John Kvarsatee all roods aijso UJIf'I at
least I will lift in
words without a word look one ray own. harmless, and will effect a Itch Prairie Scratches. Sore Nipples mossy mud d. enter bdaatl- j
or quietly refused to thresh over old and without he ,
any said John ,any ado as freight, with pnvtkfe i iinc. '
C Le turned and walked wearily away. straw. He told her that it would be rose to his feet be launched out with his permanent and speedy cure, whetherthe and Piles. Ills cooling? and soothing. Streit,GT '_tD. '

As Janet looked after his retreating figure best to let matters rest as they were;he left fist and catching Lanvale under patient is a moderate drinker or an Hundreds cases have been cured by I 121

a vivid impression came to her that bore her no ill will and was as ready the jaw seat him flying like a cannonball alcoholic wreck. It has been given in it after all other treatment had failed PAYA

she _had cruelly hurt strong man and as ever to serve her, but he thought several feet. For a moment thousands of cases, and in every Instance U14 put up In 25: and 50 cent boua.ft. j WE a

, many time In after We did her mental would be wise to let the past be burled. Lanvale was stunned; then he rushed a perfect cure has followed. It Mary of S. *M per week to 0'
vision recall the but never fails The system once Impregnated to rtprMent ms ta sad stU w
picture; ew. i
The awed his firmness
girl and
was by towards John but Henry Gregory who nsasfaimr n'
not ready to repent yet, though shethat vexed at his seeming insensibility, but had been thunderstruck by John's with the specific it becomes an W. & !I. M. DAYIS l I vaaa Kae of Merehsadist wan wAS meatasrtayucat prieea. "ID OirtVAJTOT.

l onra. she had said she did not know the bitter struggle it action, rushed in and restrained him. utter Impossibility for the liquor appetite Catalog1 parteolars Mat on reotlpt
to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 0133 state tae sxSMfc
cost the young man to seem BO strong. John did not move. Laavale's face ATTORNEYS .*. KAAraT A CO.
} cruel page book of particulars free. Addressthe ATtAWI S*Qoiacy M<<, ticsg.,m.ESEC'OR'S .
disposition.She Be ill for
was quite: again a day or two showed the passions of a devil as befairly GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co. 185 Race __
rode home Hickman-Ksnnsrfy Block, I -- _
after this: visit but then steadily improved blued out: "Nothing but your Street Cincinnati, Ohio. +
the whole story to and surprisod them all by walk- blood will wipe out this Insult. Palatka. Fla. a.ty I NOTICE.

/' ?ho was very much lag into the sitting-room one afternoon, '"Perhaps.said John and thereupon the present and I __
Prosperous men see
,:." \ as she had a sincere looking very gaunt and pale, but quite coolly walked off to bis room and went E. E. HASKELL I \ IX FERSOtnTTEKESTEf* WILL TAXI ,
lung man and did not resolute to bed. the future in a rosy light. Unprocperous .M notice that ander*.Kned have been appointed
: by tbe duty Judge of rntnaa
feelings wounded evenS Ue had quite an oration: that J i'hat men take gloomy views of both. OL. jA. "XT T'YER I ruu, Cxrctitor the but win aad testament County ef.

.it net care to have him supper time and everyone seemed ad There is a just medium between the LEONARD HOMIX deftaeedDII th/w

As John did not ap- pleased to aoe him about again that he optimist and" pessimist. The world having st debts them antUlnu fop yment againut to mat said 8rtat.a4.TJauM estate win.

K.t the supper table and no oneanything was, in .spite of himself led to believe fro BI corrrxcun.1] OmCK Becond Street, opposite Court How I= wihnut iSy.

about Mm the colonel that life had not ended.It will progress about as well as it de PALATXA.. FLOKIPA u. 1a4ebS.ssoREItT Mid estate L IIOLMAN win settle with

faeof the servants to his room, was the fateful year-IMOl Political Notice to Debtor and Creditors serves. __________ as :WW..JU P. HOL3tAllr
ported him absent Whereat thee feeling was running very high and )(arch .Aryl 1 xeentorsI. 1

supposing him belated somee even Cot Gregory had been drawn into LLPERSOXSHATENOCLAIMS AGAIXST BEATTY-S PIA3.OS AND ORGANS. SEARING & EVANS

| in ranging after stock was go the vortex of excitement The colonel A' the est st. of Benjamin F. LoYeace, deceased Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great S ,

-ahead contentedly with his supper was a strong union msX but fully Imbued present, late them of to ratnan me duly County.verified Florida, witbin, will tbe Organ and Piano manufacturer, is -DJ.U.EU: D- TJ Purcell

i happening to look up he noticed with the idea that he owed his &1.. prescribed by law. and alt persons indebted [wilding and shipping more Organs
e i troubled look on his wife's face,and first allegiance to his state, and 'though to said estate will make paJ"IIINt to me. Hay Grain Peed ATORNEY
JOHN H. HARPV ind Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. ,
her of Janet. Be
glance .
reproach at at h deprecated withdrawal from the Administrator Estate B.F Loylace.CaEM'J:1IrI' .

once divined that something was union, yet he felt that If the crisis came : CnwJ"L.t...liar Sao 1M. Beatty left home a penniless plow-boy, Flour Meal Crits'And' And Covn er at *..".pp.alt*the Cart

wrong, but prudent man that he was, be meet stand by his state. 1Dl1T-IW work his indomitable will he has I H.-.

waited until sapper was over, when Henry was an ardent politician avid his way up BO as to sell so far IrJD pz1C la a3 Court r\ALATKA

calling his wife into his den he gave was away much of his time, at the IX CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and Cotton Seed, Meal. I I-LA.

her a seat, took one himself and said. courthouse and elsewhere, gathering CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to I

resignedly information and expressing his views. dishearten him; obstacles laid In his ( TfcR AND WAREHOUSE: -00't 0.1 RiKENNESS
PUTNAM couxrr.C that would have wrecked LAURA 8TREJT.:
"Let us hear it aB. wife. I see there with fiery zealA way, any .. ysae on Goods shipped by River Steam
forever he ooh
is ordinary man turns to an -
trouble and I suppose as usual a general feeling of unrest was .
B. GUchrist Plaintiff.VI. advertisement and out of itbrighter Terms Cash. Lowest JCarket Prices HaW&. ...
1 comes (roaranteed Or 1M ir er .d..I CIU"e4
woman is at the bottom of It.Mn.. abroad and thoughtful men viewed the J Attachment.
byyp.ier1sg '
than His 1M.Males
Gregory without commenting on the situation with alarm and felt that republican F. X. Jacksoa. I Defendant. ever. a...rta.t. "
as is well known are very popular and 1&I._.C r a....-.......... ,
si:'r abET sex recited the whole story. Institutions were about to be one defendant,r.E. Jackson and all person are to be found in all of the 13EA.TTY'SCELD1UnD: is et .p rep.'cLat'W : ..., e,-M....oodDwnaea.u.w'
plead to the declaration filed ia this raose for to world. We are informed that ----. l aJI per _
b > .i ono and be was quivering with the uttermost be filed teem tote the FIRST M OX- during ...a eaaa,,. p.u..t L...s........Rrlsas ..
or A the next ten Tears be intends to leD _, ,,,,,,, II. 11t.- ._ ..
c :latfen when his wife finished her Dar OF 8EITKMBER. 1892. and they whereby .,..... ..... aI _.."'"-_!k-.e
5c Wr.4
CB.U"TER1IL notified of the tnstitmtioa of this taU by 200,000,more of his make, that means w1..r...r.. ...,__ _
a irt i "Saved her ..
life to be insulted .
FAT* attachment,and that the property ot<< said defendant a business of 120,000,000 we Pianos and .iwu* ':. ---.-..
average Organs. .t b
<,. r r tie tgspp
ro % ? and calls herself daughter has bees attached to satisfy the claim
my .
Tt here is the jader"i. One day In the early fall Henry ease of tbI plaintiff IB this ca.... hem at $100 each. It Is already the c y. -..:r'.wese.+st

.\ c."ont.1..Wd burs Gregory home;: aeeoBpaaSed by a young m..a; GILL A OLI'C. H.' COJCHW3T.' largest business of the kind In exist Tee Catalognes,address .. .ie f .. c-'. .-....

appanaty tw.>tg-five. y.sn old. yJ oI Jane I,Mrt. Attorneys. tngton, New Jersey for Catalogue. DANIEL f. BEATTY Washinft'n., N.J. .
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IT, t" AT THE GATE. See that on finest Ambrosia feeds. I LEMON ELIXIR.lt 1, THREE FATAL VCP1.05ION9..r.riiJ..f .

He' hud about all the hell he needs.It the Liter Lit. _
Jrtl0l'trn I ''L Wonderful Effect on -.. ..ft Property a-
BEET .SMILEY. Is't just hardly the thin" to du I i. &tomaeA: Hovel, Kikneyt
1 ...
cells from Th.
t boob To roast him on earth ana the futuretoo. and Llood.

to 101emllll1ein"t tic golden gal ." Dr. Mozley's Lemou Elixir is a pleasant Errs LivrftpooL. 0.. July 51.-On*of

and air sedate, lemon dnuk that positively cures th* boiler in tbe czteosiv fewer pip

\ 4. uaid a the top of the golden stair They gave him a harp with golden all Rilliouaness, Cnn tipation Indigestion works of N. U. Walker & Ox. at Watt::

hppli. f or "toiwion Voman ascending there, strings, i fW Y: all SICK aud Nervous Headaches er's Station. a astern suburb of this
J They came and' A robe and a of
stood glittering pair wings Kidney Disease Dizziness, Loss city, ,"xploo1editla terrific force soon
ore SL And he said as. he entered the Realm'Well of Appetite Fevers, Chills, Palpitation I'
Pe1er.ao after tbe $00 had to work.
rat and good of of employee gone
pea the g Day Heart and all other diseases caused
\ 114 asked SL 1,1tr of Ieaee to win- this beats cucumbers,anyway!" by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys The buildings in which tbe boilers were

Peter to let them in. And eo the Scripture had come to pass k- the first great cause of all fatal located was almost demolished, and

1hi woa That "The last shall be first and the ce 0 I diseases. 50 cents and $1 per bottle. nearly a score o! the workmen more or
was tall, and lank, and first shall be last." Sold by dru
thin i !;sists. Prepared only by .... injored.

II. Motley! M. D., Atlanta, Ga.
l James the
b'gly beardlet upon her chin.I THE CHIEFTAIN'S POLITICAL DEATHIadepeDdentwnklecanla'wattingieanepenee Mooeypenny. engineer, was
'' i a
1 I" tnal1 was short, and thick ands Limon Hot Droos. imUntly killed, being almost literally

1It.ttoQt.s stomach, I There was no lack xnsrtng.. but!woeful lack, For coughs and colds, take Lemon blown to atom John Hammond was

I built so it rounded i of .aM; Hot Drops.For struck by debris, badly cut about the
Ice Tbe cttque stood beside him as Bis chalices ebbed :9p sore throat and Bronchitis, take bead and shoulder. James Dansick.

I a5 ace was. pleaeantand all the while And bent away.wltli idtyieg glances to bear wbat he p Hut Drops.For scalded about the face band awl arm*.

I kindly tad gentle smile, I might..,.. o'1 pneumonia and Laryngitis, take I William Gould scalded on the face,
t.IMI tboin 10 the distance the echoes Old Wiikie Murdochs faltered at he took friend Lemon Hot Drops. I hands and back-serious. William Co*-

\104 poke And be said who band shall never reach the promised For Consumption and Catarrh, take i tello, struck by flying timbers; sever

then the nun kept still while the Und Lemon Hot Drops. contusion.

\ *oman spoke.f Take this who's message.so kind,I beeeeeb you, to" the T.-U., For Hemorrhage and all throat and : Several other were slightly injured

That Cnipler sucked the.ralll.&'and left me with lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops.An but not seriously. The cause of th explosion -
fc the rtJuLTen have determined to announce to my friends and customers an OPPORTUNITY has been determined as lack of
f ja thoi elegant and
who said reliable preparation. .
the guarded the gate, t J purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected from my large 25 water io the boilers.A .
meet the cents t druggists.
l the Independent Cohorts, as yea : Prepared only
--ne two romk hither beseeching thee crowd around and varied stock, and cut to measurement at prices never before attempted by by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta Ga.
I lit To talk s matter over oa the T.-V's. stamping Belier View Away.RICHMOND .
UI enter the heavenly land, toui4; any first-class :Merchant Tailor in the South. Having determined to greatly destructive

i u laT. our harps with th \,*nselIp That I day fought was o'er.the battle 'bravely and when the Increase my business this tl\lI. I have concluded to make a SJVEEPING BE- C. A. Snow & Co.s pamphlet, "In boiler: ,explosion July 2t.most occurred in this

St. Peter there Is no doubt, The Indepencnts SooT at Tampa lay thick epos the DUCTION OF TWENTY PER CENT. on ill Goods In my line. Such an formation and Advice about Patents, city in the large establishment of

Te's And amid the dead and wounded were some opportunity may never occur again. CCME AND BE CONVINCED. Caveats Co.
nothing from heaven to bar old ta.I., ,TrademarksCopyrihts; etc., Haynes, Spencer tft manufacturers
out, I And tie scars upon their faces showed the fight may be obtained free at this offic of church furniture. The large brick
Ven to meetln? three times a week, I which they beea ta.I :H. w. I-i: IJICILF I building in which was situated the en.
& I And though 1 am a Senator I fear I'll lose stySlicemChipley cine demolished
inmost always I'd rise to speak room was completely
sucked the orange and left ,me and the debris thrown for square Tbe

i 1"114 the sinners about the day with the rind.Oh LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Cornier Lemon and Third Streets, JOSEPH E cALDWIN, over huge 200 sixty feet horse The power following boiler was is the hurled list

J"they'd evil ,James 11 hope yon win survive this lade-
I I""d my nneigghboros-t told them penent itching PALATKA, FLA. of killed and badly injured:
Although the vision we hare had were sometimes -- Taylor Hall engineer, killed outright.
quite bewitching. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Frederick lifer leg and hip broken
[team and Eve, and the Primal And BOW 1 how yeull never be in Jens sad situation bead cut and internally' injured will

| And try to ret ae be bee Fvewn them' what they'd have to Domination a .. PALATKA, FLoRIDA. about head and face. Joseph Russell a
,, And seemingly be near enough to grasp the glittering
\ jewel, mrf-tf e pattern maker, badly scalded and head

T. "pass in with the chosen few. And .ee Judge Mitchell match tbe prise, eh and arm cut. John Schepman. back
J T"led their path of clearLaid1e Jeama. it Is soCl'll.L" fearfully burned and scalded and head
whole At this his trembling voice gave out, and then PALATKA MARKETS severely cut. Besides these
plan for their career. a large number
he made
Like one who a swallows bitter pills, or chokes & Salt SickReMody received minor injuries. .
'ye h i with bits of rind j y yFOR Groceries bW olesal..
and talked 'em loud and
l His chin dropped low upon his breast as he tCorrected Gsv Bros Comer I. a Colliery.SRE1ANDOAH .
bowed a-stricken h .ad. sod hlr ': Kirby
and voice is And the demagogue demagogues poor WUkie Pa. July 21.-A severe
i are good my Call, was dead.C. Standard Granulated Sugar...... 44 occurred Elian Gowan colliery
explosion at. -
.X.J.In Tbe Mtropotis. Soft MA"Sugar lay.
Peterx clearly see, 'CATTLE Extra"E" Sugar... operated by the Philadelphia and
,, Flour First Fatents.Weetern
fifcVn for MS, County and City Directory. Wheat .Spring$5. &o..fIO Beading Coal and Iron company. Men

I II Kpt to say, Flur Second Patents do do 4-W to 5.13 were engaged at their work in a healing -

"-wady the narrow Dry-Salted Meats-Western Bellies when some person unknown catered
cot, rr OFFICERS la fiOO boxes.
.. pound with naked of
3f Western Bellies a lamp. Bring a body

*H, swears and grave Judge{ Criminal Court of Eecord-Irving 280 pound hoxes... .... ... .. ...... TT, to gas, instantly killing Casper Mitchell, a
f tulrh Cillis E6q.CeuDt1 Smoked Meats--Fancy brands New miner, and badly burning and mutilat-
Sat SOl3L. .. .. .
Solicitor-Joseph H.Spafford. York City Hams 12% to 13
kher he'll pass or do WesternHams.... ..... 11 to 12>'4 ing seven or eight others.
<( I Oerk-J. >\ BlackweO. do Shoulders............... 8 to edo
Judge Count Court-Joseph E. Baldwin, Ecq. TILGHMAN'S CONDITION POWDERS lathe Plcnieliams. stole The Vf.... ... la WasblagtoiwWASHINGTON.
County Commissioners C. Butler Chairman only Remedy that will cure the Cattle Trouble Cheese, FueYI"ullCreamN.Y.State) IS to I
ntv Ilh i an earnest 0 in the South known among the herdsmen as"Salt Butter Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 21 to 23SyrupFlorida July 21.-The paradeof
T. N. Gantier L. U. H. 8. MIB- \
; Morgan Sick." The Disease is first, noticed by the animal ,. ,per gal .... 35 to the League of American Wheelmen
ton, W. R. Bowea. The Board meets the first / refusing to eat,and prefers dead stubble to New Orleans MoUsses.::::::::::..... 33 to 49Rloe
of In In a hymn, Tuesday each month. r green grans. It soon become dull and stupid good................ .... ... .... to % was a grand success, but the presidentwas
hid Rice Carolina: Choice....... ......... I
Iln there the coat assumes a rough; appearance,and finally 8i. to
lie sorrow Clerk Circuit Conn-Frank: Wright. the animal actually starves to death. As aa appetizer I Fancy....... ... '.. "........ .. Ii to 6% a trifle late in appearing upon the
I oxen, united In Sheriff-James H. Shelley. and to give an animal a fine glossy coat Crackers-Vanderveer A: Holmes' portico of the wnite boOM to renew it,
County Collector-Frank II. Blancbard. this Medicine has no equal. The manufacturer Standard XXX..Soda. S 10 that those who had the head of the
ite'1a6'o -_- offers one thousand dollars to any manufacturer Lemon Crackers......... 7 house
jmtry chanced to ContyTreaaora-B. L LUienthaL line rode by the white without
Condition Powders who u Ginger Snaps. 7
County Assessor-W.)f. Williams. of unsolicited testimonials showing can the merits many of Condensed Milk-Eagle ..':::..:':::::: IMtO... having a glimpse of his presidential

j the Lord Supervisor of Registration H. Champion.... ..... ..75" .... presence. The president, however took
''e. lane to Merryday. his medicine fUl'l lb.Don't .
u he can
do do lieu Brand .... .. 4.Mto .... his stand before than three four
all he BOARD OF .. .... more or
re got PUBLIC IXSTRUCTIOX. with of nighlann; Brand..small lots .. 6.23 to.
cha riled them or not bore that cow's horns, but r cure her one package Tiigbman'sConttition Monroe Brand -mull lots. .. ... ... 5.00 to ... hundred wheelmen had gone by. He
F. D. Ackerman, Chairman' John H. Harp Powders. do do Anglo SwUs.12os 3.:10" .... reviewed the remainder of the wheel
W John P. Wan. Alex. Strauss,Secretary. New York Milk Co' os at... 3.73 to .... men and with uncovered head acknowledged
Bove him so Superintendent Board of Public InstructionA. Price 25c. per Package. :By mall, 35c. Canned Good*-Calif.!Apricots,2 ib.. 2.20 to .... .
Pie let do Green Gages....... 2.20to .... the salutations which the wheel.
0. f eaven please Strauss ICITY do Egg Flume,2lb. 1.20 to ... men gracefully gave him. About two
zmg OF CJRS. W. C. TILCHMAN Feache Ib.T ieVellow....:::::: 1.75 to.:... thousand men were in line, and they
[tone Csaint's I've been Mayor-Martin Griffin Jr. do21k..Table Yellow... .. .... 1.25 to ... .
t Aldermen Wm.R. DeWItt do31b.J'ie......... ....,........ I.IUol.2JCanDed : made a fine appearance.
that iu't you let him in? President; s..J. Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, PalaU, Fla. Fish-Ala>ka Salmon........ 1.43 to ....
grit,; know 'tis so Kennedy Wm. lien Q.W. Bassett, A. Gina, do Fresh CoIUDlIll.RiTer Insanity Alle. Mitchell's r.... -

u At must fry below P. A. Pratt, Joseph R. Dunn, Samuel Lyon ACKERMAN & STEWART, Wholesale Agents for Florida. Salmon..... ...... .... 1.50 to 1.90
MEMPHIS Tenn. 21. The second
July -
... ,
lot tb3 Robert Rules;A.T. Capen L L. PurccU, J. 8. IXWto.

way you can sec LaRoche, George Foster. American. ... .Sardines.4.... .... ...L. day of the inquiry into the mental condition
lie matho s dear to me? CV-He Guarantees, with his Book on Influencing the Sex, yo''will be able to have your Stock B oil 4.00to4.3
City Clerk and Assensor-Joseph Price. come the sex desired. No cost unless yon do. Write for te } nMrnials and price. Little Neck Cla1 ...... 1.56 to .... of Alice Mitchell showed undiminished -
Collector-M..W. Stewart -Lobsters.... .... ...... JJOto...,
s hlch I pray Canned Vegetables-No.Tomatoes. W to 1.19 public interest audience being
fine Treasurer-R.J.Adams. do AO. 2 Sugar Corn........: W to 1.40 somewhat larger than the first day.
et to some way Chief of Police-John VT.Hagam. do No.2 Okra and Tomatoes. J.4O&o.... Promptly at 8:30 o'clock the defendant
ngf or bribing you Chief Fire DepartmeD >Gea. E. / do No.2 Marrow Peu..1.10101.30 I
anon can amble Gay. / do Xo.2 Early June Peas.... 1.30to ... i entered the court room, accompanied by .
BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MASONIC. Buy a "Singers"When do NoJ Boston Baked Beans Ijto to .... I her two brothers. The jury was promptly
do No.>Boston Brown Bread 1.60 to hand at 8:30 o'clock but the judge
seems to met Coffee Green Rio.. ................. fie to ..2u on ,
it to be Palatka Lodge" No. St. F. A A. XL Meets do Routed Rio............. ...... .;N&0 M did not arrive until nearly 9 o'clock.
ought Second and Fourth Table Irish Potatoes per barrel... ... 2.29 to 2 JO when court was at once convened. Mostof
1, bt by the open Monday Nights the month you buy a Sewing Machine don't take any chances, but buy the Al' lea.tl>er barrel...."... ....... 2.UU 2Cabl .:i the testimony introduced tended to
at 7 M'clock. < doRcdOnionsdo ........ ......
bt N.J. TILCHMAX.W. M. SINGER, which you know to be thoroughly reliable in every respect. Different age .... ........... 173toX2S confirm the impression of hereditary
that easy chair.ti2bt M. I. COn,Secretary. styles to suit every line of work. TEX MILLION SINGERS sold. y.llowOnlOlU.pel' barrel..... 1M io23 insanity having: been transmitted from
o is dimmed mother to child.
sate your whiskers, Putnam Chapter No. a. R.A. MMeeti Sec The NEW VIBKATEK unequaled for ease of' operation, beauty of finish TOBACCO CICABETTES.ETC.:

t ond and Fourth Monday Nights.C. and durabslity. All bearings are made of the best steel and all lost motion can Duke Cigarettes...............,......13.65DI&tlon w..,. Other ".riacU ".*.
e J. MATES, H.P. Cut Plug,2 4*........ ..... JO
ton t 1k. nd outward M WEB Secretary.L be taken up by imply turning a screw. It has the simplest stick adjustment Seal of North Carolina G: 01......... fift New YORK. July 21.-Paper* hare

oideh t1 best balanced tension greatest number of labor saving modern improvement, Gravely& Miller,Champ Carter, Lney Hlnton contract been filed in the United States circuit
0 O. F. Bob Hancock and all leading gradesRichmond at
Firfut straight prices. court of this city for the removal of the.
also Q z. Pioneer Lodge,No.23, I. O.O.F.-)Ien.every simplest self-threading shuttle best automatic bobbin winder and greatest capacity Cheroots per box........ 3.75
th'r Tuesday JOSEPH Old box. .... suit of the Western National bank of
13d th es; crowns to Night PRICE N.G. Virginia Cheroots-per 3.25
R. C. BREYARD for all kinds of family sewing SOA r......Col ate'.Octacon...Incl.box New York against the Richmond and
Q urt Secretary. lou... ,....... .... .. ...... .... ....... 4.00 Danville Railroad Company from that
in!" Terms easy. Needles and Oil for all macbiues. five box lots,.... .
we'll pass St. Johns Encampment, L 0. O. F_Mmtevery Colgate's Jo QetaItOD.do ten box lots... 3M a OM state supreme court to the United' State

ere Second and Fourth Friday Nights. Headquarters for the State, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cupid American Family and other? brands at circuit court The suit is begun for the
rot market priCH.latebet8wtt&. recovery of a promissory note given on
f istr coked his staff JOSEPH PRICE C. p. ) Courtney, Blue Hen Peerless .
January 18 1893. for the Danville company
W. H. S. H. Local
SPECK Scribe.KNIGHTS"OF MARTIN Agent and Cat Ann Mouse at manufacturers'
r efo a had to laugh, prices. by Walter Oakman.. president
earn in his eye, HONOR.: New York State Hand-PicUd Pea for $200.000. The note fell doe on Jane
I ord, je7 Palatka Fla. Beans....... ....................... f.351OL9o and the amount will interest due
tmtewayyouth Harmony Lodge, No, 2767-.Meets ; .. 21st ,
hrist's First and 1'earlii. .... .... ....... 3.73
ie Third Wednesday of the month. since that date ia involved.

bens stature tall, WALTER THOMAS Dictator.J. list, Grain Floor Fertilisers, Eta
The Fraahle Telsesa Iavestlgattea.PEORIA .
or his o n the wall B.
DONNTLLYReporter. Corrected Weekly by Vertrees & Co. old J., T.
1.-The coroner'sjury
HI .
lei ecause answered the Passenger Schedule. July
& K.W. Depot.)
Bub E. IOF P. gave verdict in the case of the

od S hell!" St.Johns Lodge, No.8, K.of P.-KeetIIIYel' trSnbJe to market changes. Frankie Folsom disaster. Captain Loess
.t the hf>p ) Corn )Mixed per sack 110 Ibs....f L45tofl.50
nor [bunda1NI4tbt. D. STEWART C.& THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN id FLORIDA RILRODSUWANNEE. Oats White per sack: 125 Ibs... .... UO to 2.00 wa exonerated: of all blame in the mat
ife wdrrben he I IL DJIIO: "T1IOLUs': K.R. s. Ground Feed, per sack 100 Ibs.,. .. 1.43 to 1JO ter. The jury however consider the
of stoneion. Feed Meal,per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.10 to 115
and ad cast far' Uniform Rank K.of P.=;No.4-Meett for drill RIVER ROUTE TO Pure Wheat Feed per sack 109 n,... L6StoL73Rust loss of life sacrificed due to a lack of
kkenia I lone.to e1'ery8ecODd and Fourth Wednesday:Nights at FLORIDA, Proof Oats per bush.. 75 to proper laws governing steamboats on
mat w d Hay, No. 1 Timothy, per ton::::.:: l..00to 2t.'flj tbe Illinois river, and the repreaenta
d e' Armory. It. J. RILES,Captain. Taking effect JUNE 22. 1841. Standard Time 90th Meridian Wheat Bran, per 20.00 to 21.00
fib .on Gp vas bad. I L. A.SMITH Recorder. Grits and Meal, per bbl........ .... 3.40 to 3JIO tins of the state assembly in the district
4 went downh Best Patent flour. per bbL.. ... 5-35 Leo wore urged to take step looking
IRON HALL. NORTH BOUND.NO. Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per tm .. 24 JO:25.00 to the enactment of law similar to.
Cotton Seed Meal Dark ton.... 20.80 to%1.00Q
- Kuld certainly have to po- I Branch % 702.Order Iron HaU-MeeU First 1-WEST INDIA FAST MAIL i-EXPRESS MAIL jf *, 1 Linseed Meal .per .".-* those governing government water

That Si she dim and Third Friday NIrbte.HENRY. ........ ......... .... Port Cement, W."4to3 SRoseadale
went to the regions Leave Palatka .. 8.15am Leave Palatka........."..............., see per
[Tier wasn't of a chance for MERW1N.: Chief LL Leave Hampton.. ........-............ Mant Leave Hunptca................ .............&pm Cement, per hbL........ X.eO3JSPlaster Canada w test.
a ghost ......................... pm Paris, b zJtttoX23
) W. STEWART have Lake City. 8.03am Lear rake qty......................._ SJSOpm per 1
him. ,Am.G. Lear White Springs................... 8J8am Leave\\.bltIIlr<<1.p..................... cia Lime,per .. I.1Uc: US OTTAWA, OjrC/July 21.-The Government -
Lear Janper........,.................... '.00amLeaT Lear Jasper...*.... ..es pm Pla.teren'Halr perlb............. -4Hto JI 8 haarreceived official
i.. be tined R. Valdosta.........................10.11 am Lea Valdoetat..o. pm Best Liverpool llaaltper" sack...... JotolJO an report of
1y by habit bent, G. A.R Veteran Poet No. U-Meeu every Lan TUtoiu...................:.........J2.03 am Lave TUtoIa........ ........ ........ ,..:ousarn pm Florida Orrage Box: Bides per box. 4toS tbe7: seirnre of the supply steamer ()).
..? follow wherever the woman went, Lave Jatksonrille..................t. 8.15 pm LeareJacksonTin........... .... ...... Tiljchman'r Orange Box Heads .05 to 6%
R Peter, standing on duty there,' I First%Tuesday each month at 1 o'clock p.n. Lea Brunswick.......,... ........... She pm Leave Bran4wick......... .... ... .. .. .... UOpm 8.1Sam Best Birch Hoops per bdl......... .JO to United in Alaskan waters by the

Observing bare that the top of his head was !I LEWIS.Adxt.THE .P.T.L.QUEXN Commander. Leave Cordel:::::::::::.>:::::::::::::::: 4.10pm IJSpnsArriTMaoon Arrive Leave Cordeto 34aec0.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 410 2.01am am Candies Nets. Eta The ground State assigned revenue for cutter the seizure Corwin.is r

I [Corrected Weekly by R. i E.J. Smith Wholesale that the vessel transferred good within
e cailed gentleman back and said o.I leaves Falatka after arrival fart West India mall from Tampa and connects at Macon Candr Manufacturers.No.7 Lemon st.) the four-league limit, but a* no such

'Friend,how long have you been wed?" i OSCEOLAIs and with Macon aU outgoing and Northern.re-.train Railroad.*.Co B.' It.s.W.R.R.H.&N, R. It,Ga. B. KX.:.1:. V.and Georgia Stick Caftdr.tS-Ih.boxes....?.._.foe limit of jurisdiction j* recogaixed by

[Thlitr years" (with a weary sigh) No.4 leaves Falatka after arrival of trains from St.Augustine and points In Vast and South Broadway Mixture,25-ltv;h. xee......lie interaertioital it I* expected thai the)
nd then he thoughtfully .added Florida aDd connects at Tiftoa with Brunswick and Westers frosa Brmnswick Ga. aad Jacksonville American )Mixture 30-tb. backets...ioe Government will strongly oppose the)
"}fhyf"' :. AFIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, SIT- Via. Chose connection at Mweno for Xashvttte Louisville. Cincinnati. Kvansvllle.St. Louis French Mixture,-lb.boxes....He Untied State*convention.WASHWOTOX .
and Chicago Short Line to World's Fair,via O.8. & R.ef Ga., Western and Atlantic, Chocolate Creams.S-Ib. boxes...20.Manhmallows .-
HATED Immediately the heart.( the city. Nashville, Chattanoog and St. Louis and LonlsrUle FsCIt. ,and Macon with aU out-going ,5-lh. boxes......
Ht ''Peter was silent With head bent Special rate to regular boarders, and satisfaction trains on Central Railroad. A.Pure B.Gum Gam Drops Drops,5-Ib.C-lb boxes..|i Trey fetarns Toasts .. FeU....

,done In every particular guaranteed Penny Goods Ice pieces la box.. July 21.-Representative
Uised his hand and scratched ,his Fellows of New York ha received
nv'- R. L. WALL,Proprietor. SOUTH BOUND.NO. .
Adams SappoU Tolu,per .M fibs following telegram from the secretary
": a different thought to Notice to Debtors and Creditors. NO. S EXPRESS MAIL yo. WEST TaUi lentil per box......\ '
j. DTDIA FAST MAIL. M Red Rose box........... ...... of the navy:
Macon............................. 10.35pm I Leave Macon. ....,.,.... .,.,..,.,....n.aotm CaOforala Fruit,per per ..,.. .....Me S5e I wish to thank
for myself
aowly. PERSONS: RATING CLAIMS Leave CordeJe. Us am Leave Cordeiew. ,,..... yon perso
)itttoJumself, he spare there AIL Estate of Isaac W. Brown AGAINST deceased, Leave TUtoa ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: rsoam Leave TUTon :.:.:.......::::::::.:::- 3.47pm pm Biggest Panama Yet Fruit,per per box..:.....630ILT' D&l1yand In the name of the department

wonder with that woman Putnam County Florida win present Arrive Krnnewick...................... 700am Arrive Brunswick........................ SJlpm for your' : able and pe.triotleadvool thepobcy
10 the man hasn't any hair them to me, duly authenticated, irlthia the Arrive Jacksonville.................... ..:! amAinve Arrrre JacD>ilYi11e..................... 740pm of continuing the reconstruction of 'I
wearing is good. time prescribed by law,or they will be tarred Valdosta................._...... 4J: amArrive Arrive Valdosta........... ............. SJOpm the navy. YOQupeecha doe honor not
wicked. Ssmoke'a no* and all persona indebted to said estate willmake Jasper..................._........&-40amArrive Arrive Jarper ..... .... ........ *JSpm Mixed Nuts per pound........................150 ( yourself but to state
lie smoked and swore-I should think payment to mo. White Springs................... CJSam ArranWbiteSpriagf...........?......... 1M Peanuts.Fancy perAJmondarier pouad.... ..... ... ta only o your
he would! CHARLES W. BROWN Arrive Lake City........ .................. "*)am i Arrive Lake City......................... fJlO pm pm poiuI4............_.............11e _R F. TRAct
Admlai.trator.PeDroaL Arrive Hampton ........................ aJ9amArrive ,..Hampton......................... 1.45 English Walnuts, per :
I lAm pm ........ .::::::::::::::: :
Ponrr, Fuu June 10th,lC. Palask*..............._........ MOarn ,.FalatkaXo. .... ......................1'.x3 pm FllberuperPecaasj t>oa .. : People .. Bar Harbor.
Io? y Tears with that tongue so sharp jets hr Brasil Walnuts>er per poundFresh :::.:::::::::::::::::Ite I. It HARBOR, Me.. July 21.-Mrs.Emxnona .
Angel Gabriel GIVE Jl1}( A
\ 1 leaves Macon after arrival of morning Trains Soathtera'
IluPl Notice to Debtors and Creditors. OB Central. Blaine with her baby nurse
Georgia East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia, Macon and Kortbera and Macon and Eatontoa ..*... i
>. jeweled harp with golden string! Railroads.yo. I and two maid, arrived here Monday ; -
UNDERSIGNED HAVING: BEES .3 laves Macon after arrival of incoming afternoon trains the [Corrected weekly by Duaae III'GLo Central Mar.
d. Sr angels THE C8 Cevral 8o thw *tera : She was met at the wharf by Miss Bar .
pass in where appointed and qualified as the Executor ket.near Court Hoaae.lBeefS'orUIqa
t t Macon and Northern and Georgia Railros ts.and connect at TUton. with Bnuurwick and Western
sins! of the last will and testament of JacobRosenberg I rid Blaine and went directly to S '
for Bnnnwick and JacksonrQle via Brunswick and Western and Florida and
Savannah (Best Cuts), IU..29 to ....
P rive him seat alone- deceased,=frcedai hereby given to Weetesn; aU'alatbforSe.A1IgUt1De and an point in East and South Florida, and with St. Round. ..... ...per...15 to .. ; wood. Mr. J. Coleman Drayton fIOrJotin
.tbriell U. a the creditors to.prevent the against laid Johns and Ockla waha River steamers.AD Florida,f eel Cott.............10 to 12H? law of the late Wm. Astor, baa takes
a cushion-up near estate to m within timor prescribed bv law, Trains arrive and depart from Union Depots,Mama and Palatka. I
Mount Decent
throne they will be barred; andalTprrsons indebted Gegadt Sleeping Cars win be run o*Train >'o.S and Xo.4. Veal.._.._..........20W 20 a cottage on street alii .
aU to aata estate will make|+ynent to rise For further informaUost,apply to Agenls at function points or tot .... Is- will soon come hero with-hi*
*t nun op some angels to aid their best. RJ. BRtI.Execvtor.WELAKAFI D. A. C. KXAPP.Traffic Xanager. E. K. KFJFFER.;Ticket Agent.Palatka. Ba.sage.w.: :::.::.::::::: .::::::..i: to to w_ {

enjoy e music rest! May 13th,1892. myU" HL CRY BCR5S.T. P. A, Macon. Ga JAMIf3MZIPBGeneral Agent.JackJOflTfll*. Venisoo...........h..J to ....
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j RALLY A wad Deaatd.s.. LEGI8LAT!Z'':OSiOKS. ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. the bosom of the old Atlantic, cutting
f: PALATKA # Dr. Cowgirl has left with Dr. W. II. rit.lT.1u1128.. A Visit to tkl DeUfhtfal K ort-oni. hia golden rays over Onnond-by
n..ne TLhlar the-Sea.
Cyrus six large volumes of the"Sa a Wla. wars t
Editor Youths Time; -Other A.-U. '.
McKENZIE JtBURTZ. PU&LI&HEM cat History of the War," a very fine The barbecue at Bostwick last week comfort [Owing to ft lack of space we regret
for the benefit of the medic What a pleasure, a to oc that this article cannot be finish.
-- work
:-- -- AT, PALATKA, TUESDAY, AUGUST gave occasion lo the candidates and .

?i. OFFICBt la Dunn's BcMinr. Front suer.. 9rn. fraternity of Palatka. The proiessio many of oar citizens to enjoy the Demc caeionally lay one's trial, and bus ed this week<< ; but" will be concluded

:,i. ... next to Post office. t t. will find these works in' the office! c of critic hospitalities of two of Putnam ness cares aside, and reek a place' of in.our next.] '.

Drs. Cjrus & Welch, where they wUl County's banner precincts. I was ther: recreation and rest "far from MR. 11_ WITHDRAWS.

'he' SUn!cBIYTION JU TK-oM Year sine( 1xt' be welcome to peruse at all times. and heard the speeches, one of which I the madding crowd" of a busy: bustling '

atashs. M Onu j Three .MonUw, 2S Onti Paktka's citizens unite with Putnat This donation is very kind of D waa particularly well pleased with. Of I town-a spot in the wood P.U.ATU.July2S.

., Itatecrlpttona due U ftdTmaee.PALATKA County caadWfttes in extending an invitation Cowgill, and is highly aporeciatM bT course there were several goo I, where one may hear the twitter t f Editor raJatb Timer: t

r to the. Democracy of Putnam the fraternity. 1 the birds among the branches, or, a : Please withdraw: my name from you?
but that of Dr.
f;. ,FLA., JULY 29, 1892- County to meet in this city Tuesday, teemed speeches to, me to be built on the Morgai broad I place.on the coast,where the musical list of aspirants to the Assessors, .
will be
It seen in another colnm thanks those
August 9. An immense barbecue. Si. gauge plan>Rtlle lifted the audience out breakers, as they sound and l'e8ound. express ray to per

... "Tip Top" Brand Milk, lO cents can, Augustine military band engaged. Loi that Professor Alexander Strauss ai lit the narrow rut of petty politics, ana< I against the shore, are alone enough] sons Kho have proffered me their sopif)

At Gralnger's. ** rates on railways and steamboats. Th nonucee himselvee as an mdependei brought them into the arena' of uates-I to drive trouble away, and bring tithe port. Rt.pedfuui, M. T. Moons: U

'Out'n viewP Irtbe4atest slang ex grandest thing of the season. Full par candidate Inst* ction.for Superintendent The Professor is the Public- Putnam manship.County In order should lhst take their, I weary, tired mind, sweet repose Tho Pr.hlhttl.alsts I. soul... :

ticulars in our next issue. precut proper places and receive the ful and contentment. The executive committee of the Pro;'j

:,fA. ;JJreaai D. j tt incumbent of the office, and baa benefit of their position, he advocate Having a short vacation last week]! hibition party met in this ,city Tuesday J
James Darby hs n turned to Palatk; DEMOCRATS AT PUTNAM HALLThe made the county a zealous,pains-takin the full use of nature's great bi bwayour we decided to visit Ormond. Having morning at the residence of Mr. E:; H.

\ from North Carolina; where has been Democratic picnic at Putnao and efficient officer. He is well and noble St. Johns River. lie believe heard so much of this famous resort, candidate

school. Hall Wednesday Is repotted to hay favorably known as a cultured and in agitating the question of deep water its refreshing breezes, the abundance Padgett, to nominate a for
attending communication with the ocean,and uot Governor, ahd put a full State tieze.
; been a complete success. The gather high-toned gentleman of fish and the hospitality of:
W. Edward Wattles left Tuesday for i reeling until we have dredged Orange game, :in the field. Rev. J. N. H.wley> b .
ing partook o the nature of a unioi its citizens etc. that we decided r a .
Mills flats, and until we have a heath .
wbere has accepted a positioi Mr. Van Pelt, Editor of the Craig Grove Park nominated for Go
:: Ocala, meeting of old friends. The good ladies : and increasing commerce. This wil long time ago the first opportunitywe was ,
p j. staff Witness. Mo.. Meteor went to a drug store at i '
on the of the Baptist of the community added much to the i be of incalculaole benefit to our com would ascertain. the correctness erner. \,
Hillsdale, Iowa,and 'asked the pbys monweaUh,and we must secure it. U< The nominations for other State -of] I
the of these assertions.
of the meeting by elegan i
.3Gs *HatUe D'Antrey, of Jackson- success cian in attendance to give him a dose of believes also in an effective railroad last cen was deferred blbl. another me l"
dinner and servrd to the< i At 4:45 one pleasant evening
vine, a general favonte In Palatka, I'I something for cholera morbus and and commission one that will have powei of the committee three we
.: ; There week we boarded the train under ing J 1:
assembled people. was no public and discretion in all matters that may
; here;the guest of Mrs. R. D. Clay looseness of the bowrls. He : "1 hence 16 r
before speaking, but each candidate bad says come before it-giving equal justice tithe command of popular Captain York, August v '

r; Miss Hattie will visit Ormond the to his claims in ,i a felt so much better the, next morning roads and to the people. Other; and, crossing the dear, noble old St c&ta '

: *' returning. home. opportgmty urge I thatl concluded to call on the physician matters touched upon in his speed Johns, was soon speeding swiftly U Good Irish Potatoes,. 23 ; ;
the voters of that sec-
to '
private way stamped him as a man of more that at Gralnger's.Mr. .
and him to fix of .
) 11- get me up a supply our intended destination. We reached
; We believe De Witt's LitU tion. Taking it altogether, it II said Ube ordinary ability, one who is able to
; I' the medicine. I wns surprised, whe think for himself with and Wtl1 San Mateo, a beautiful and thriv Morgan of Stokes,"Was a
he the most natutal the meeting of the campaign.AT deep
,, Early Risen to he sanded me a bottle of Chamberlain1. fouuded convictions, and with courageto ing village in which. :Mr. Flagler it ant caller Monday' .
-most effective, most prompt eco PENirL. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy] pursue the right unto a successfu interested. We were surprised at ".
.. pill for biliousness, indige- This suburban village ot our city bas He said be precribed it regularly in his issue. Dr. Morgan is a native Georsnan. the prosperity: shown in this town
.. tion and inact.1n1iver. P. F. Peek. and full of educated Wil 1 be paid for any case ot'J
4 always been noted as a pieasanteommunity practice and found it the best he could young energy, Since the completion of the railroadto
# as a physician and lawyer but matism'which cannot Le eure4YLDrummond'
.. A C.rr.ct1.a.In to spend ea day in. The eoi I get or prepare. I can testify to its efficiency choosing the former as bis life profes this point, about six months ago,,
have long been noted for their hoe- life has been infused in its citizens ,. Lightning &
k. last issue, under the heading in mv case at all evenls. Fo sion. lie is a graduate of the Medical new -
If. our Good we erred 3 pitality and the elegant manner in sale by Ackerman& Stewart,druggist. College of Georgia, also of the State and San Matro has risen like offer is made in good faith by :1/
which they entertain their guests. University Athens. Af..er finishing aPbenixfromtheashes. Six month prieton, and theia is.no reasonaj J '

4"',J! in the paragraph referring to Mr. W. On Thursday morning every team u "Don't smoke a ten cent ci r"ben: his course of study he moved to Putnam agog station of insignificance, todayone ruse for any one to suffer longer .
.f y 1 Crawford. We stated that"W. I* County, and for some tme made will be cured w. e
ordinary case
better for five. Th"Don't" of the
his of the city was cnder engagement for a yon can get a one Interlachen his horn, but recently most important points on

..,. ;. Crawford resumes been position relieved superintendent oiiu trip to Peniel. It was, the occasion oJ Cigar far exceeds in qualIty !- moved to this city, where he opened an !the hue-that's the history of tin bottle. In addition to the tcsf

!; having the annual picnic of this community and flavor anything on the market office, and has succeeded in building up : prosperousillage.. .. difficult cases, th toiey: is-1

"P1, duties as acting general passenger i Candidates were present in full force Reliable dealers cm buy them on a lucrative practice. The Doctor was i We were glad to meet our. friend, funded w'fifr"fi'falls

-\"t"-" agent." terms, in consideration of the dun one of the volunteers who assisted In S. \V. Howley,of the firm of Tingle The price of a bog f t
dinner served the easy
'e The by good people .1
her the hunt the Sanford train robbers
Crawford did not relinquish /or ,
Mr. & IM> bowed of cnrelDrummond
: times of W. P. Hatchett. Rowley, M iu through the cost a
Is said to have surpassed anything oi and brought one of them down witb
of the East
duties as superintendent :the finw area tore, just completed by Medit .
the and was much enjoyed ball CLERK"WIST his trusty gun, not however. until the
Coast Lines His appointment to this candidate FOR robber had sent a rifle ball through the :Mr. jvjagiur, for this firm. This store \faMen Lane, .Ye,

/ office was a permanent one, taking effect present. The following PUUIAM, July 28. lappel of his coat.* It was a oaring i is filled with probably the largeststock wanted. rjDeacon'

V. the 1st inst. addressed the assembly: Dr. Morgan,, Iditor raUtkft Time thing for him to do, but it shows the of general merchandise east of '!Ii:

On June 25 Mr. Joseph Richardson J. W. Thompson, John P. Wall, John Many of our citizens are highly grati character of the man. He said he went the St. Johns. OrdersDeacon's 1

:: W. Davis M. C. Goodson and Judge fled the favorable of out to do something, and finding the orden.we'
....:: received the appointment of general appearance ; Leaving San Mateo, we passed
work undertook it and D. Moore Wt
boldly accomplished Rev. D. ,
: : passenger agent of these lines, prior to Vertrees. the candidacy of Falaika's popular citi it. many prosperous settlements, finally
which the office was filled by W. J. It is due the Judge, however, to sal zen, Joseph Price, for Clerk of the Such is the man; his ideas are good' reaching Ormond at 7:25 after a very sion,last Friday by

:Jarvls. that his speech was in the interest of Circuit Court. Mr. Price is favorably his aims high, his ability excellent, and pleasant ride. Aboard the train Bishop was assisted it ., ,

a nobler cause than that of politics known throughout the county as a gentleman if we favor him with our votes it will from Palatka were Mrs. George Metcalfe the following clergyw$ +

Yy: Ripans Tabules cure Jaundice tie spoke of the wisdom and Import.ance peculiarly fitted by previous be found we have made no mistake. :Mr. Henry Strum, Sam. Wise Brown,V. M. Shields_* Iof '

steamer L..rlai J"..... of Putnam County's citizens own- experience in the discharge of the For one I say GOOD let us do it. Respectfully and family and Captain Charlie: Jacksonville. : ,
duties of the office as Deputy Clerk, to GOVERXMEXTt, The sermon, which ,
At 4:30 Monday evening three long, lust and controlling a steamship. In Mitchell and family and the writer.Of "
rive to our people a competent and sat, : f
; this number the former and concise explanation
this the Judge sees involvedthe 61 )I. S. two f
loud blasts of s steam whistle announced enterprise ufactory sen ice. Everything nov .i A. carpenter. by the name ', \
t the departure of the steamship St. Augustine material prosperity and develop points to the certainty of his nomination Powers,..fell from the roof of a house the writer left the train at Ormond. preached by Bishop W
of this section of Florida. We and triumphant election. Boarding the horse car W9- were dldate was presented
from our port. ment in East ies Moines, Iowa, and sustain '
A V the Halifax about Shields. The service .i
OTEJt.: across
conveyed J
Her black hull moved slowly from understand his remarks were well received ed a painfull! and serious sprain of the '

:" the dock, and as her bow began to point and no doubt did much rood Bright people me the quickest to wrist, which he'cured with one bottleof :- half a mile beyond the river to the a. m. Two comrafirmed.
"f Hotel[ Coquina, at Ormond-by-the- The Rev.
.. toward the opening in the bridge the I A BIRTHDAY FETE. recognize a good thing and buy it. W< Chamberlain's Pain Balm. lie says Sea. This hostelry is beau. .
popular raised to the deacon'sadministration ,
i: lack volume of smoke from her stack l41 sell lots of bright people the Little Earl; it Is worth So a'bottle. It cost him 50 situated trormed.
OB of Fftlatkft'a Popmlar Yews ofally on a high bluff over- of '
l' gathered in her rigging, and hung likea Entertain ftejmlly H r Friend Risers. If you are not 'bright the< cents. For sale bj Ackerman & Stew- looking the sea, and within jgtone's com '
'.' The services
a: great cloud above her top-ouuen. By special invitation quite a number pms will mate you so. P..P.n Peek.. art, Druggists. *" throw of the roaring, foaming break. and usefi e

Her speed began to quicken, and amid of young ladies and gentlemen The Now Rector.. '. '- V .' ., J ers, the peculiar liaise of, 'which is pressive, many: ....
and learned from.theahjsubject '
A full line.of Staple Fancy Groceries -
i:r F;, 'fluttering flags and waving of handkerchiefs : congregated at the residence of Mist Rev. Dr. Avery, having accepted the lowest comforting, no small
1 : ", the vessel passed through the Pansy Devereux on Monday eveningon appointment of rector, St. 1ari'lJar-: at prices, at Grainger's.Call Having made preparations for sups the Acts 2 to 8"

;"I: draw and was soon 'out of sight. the occasion of this accomplsihed sb, arrived in 1'alatkawednehetayfronCannelton and examine goods,ami-get prices per,;twe were ushered into the dining first, tile -

lady's I'trthday. dehve and be convinced.Abo Hay. Grain han by that clever host, 3Ir. Vining, was- ,
Indiana and will '
fixed and immutable that ond the ml
It is a law and Feed. ,,, ,
i At eight o'clock the large, cool verandahs and partook of a sumptuous meal, '
his first sermon on Sunday next.
to ,have good, sound health one must for which this house is famous. We in Christ's tegument. ,
the elegant parlors and the ,
The public cordially invited. CRESCENT. CITY. '
I. have pure, rich and abundant blood. however was t *
spacious halls were thronging with .'- were agreeably interrupted, I .
: There is no shorter nor surer route Deth f l.nd.ct.r liner. '. 27. the two Harrys Fowler and stirs are sent
ti ,than by a course of De Witt's Sana- young people, whose happy voices .
., nilla. tone were indicative of their pleasant The friends of Conductor S. Baer, Editor Palatk Times. strausz, who, discovering the famil- to reform t.

,: ,14' ,Large quantities of fine trout are beIng anticipation. well known in Palatka, will regret Out. people will be heartily glad iar'autograph on the register,' The Bishop

i this Parlor and dancing in almost to learn of his death,which oceurrec when this cruel war is over," and hastened to meet us. Harry Fowler Moore to pra ,
t caught from the river at point. games '
'.r 1' endless variety were indulged in, and, at Wilmington, N. Cn Friday last. matters and things settle., down to a made our,heart glad at beginning he Is called do t

The Sunday School Library of thePresbyterian tie needless to add, much enjoyed.At Mr. Baer was a member of St normal state again, so we plain farmers by the description of a fishing triple The threeminisQy n 4.d .

Church has just been replenished Johns Lodge No., K. of 1'., of thi: and fruit-growers will have a chance to intened taking over on the Tomo- wen t+ % 1c
16:30 the repaired to another -
I by over thirty volume of where party delicious refreshments city. He leaves a wife, with when do some work.This political business is ka River the following day. He insisted our Lord; lee d* I
room, 'i '
new books, They include works of we deeply sympathize. upsetting almost everything. Candidates that we'should accompany theparty the seventy,

Mrs. E. Prentiss Mary Hubbard Howell were served en grade quantit. but his kind invitation was iscensiqn two w a- "
i The hostess and her mother, as usnal Services will be conducted in the are everywhere,and just when without much d'
Dr. Newton Edward Garrett accepted pnrsuasion. 6r,Christl
tev- busiest iu fodder cons
left nothing undone for the pleas- Baptist Church Snnday morning and you arc getting your After we repaired to the to I
era of the series and other good supper Now they work t
Pansy are and comfort of the guests. evening by Kev. Ira D. Hall,of Citra. Of hoeing out a rowof trees, 'long road. spacious verandah, and as we
is second
authois. ThJs the addition levelop charatt
When refreshments the The public is invited. comes a chap you never saw before R
were over, sat there in an chair, the cool to
within a yea,f and their library is now and possibly never heard of, who is easy wort
:probably the best Sunday& library fumes and dancing were resumed Ripans Tabules purify the blood. powerful glad to see you, gives you the breeze blowing in every direction, peak tQ the peo d. Lne4
until a late hour when the party dispersed shake calls \ chuckle of satisfaction came over
In the city. heartiest : vou by name, He also! entreate to bntu
with a unanimous expression of ATTACHMENT NOTICE. knows all about you and an your family, as, and the rough side of life vanished a re Lana

"Don't" Cigars are soldon their belt wishes for many happy returns to i VN CIRCUIT COUKT, FIFTH JUDICIAL- and appears awfully anxious about the with the curling smoke of our cigar. pect him (Rev.
L CHIT of Florida, In and for Putnam County health of wife and babies. Well take, to
Hatchettwill your ,
.merits. W. P. ; an your heir charming hostess. W CalTin GfflU, PUIatiff, 1T talk and talk about amost ( 0
hey'll of
orders. If he.does not.call on you any I *. } Attachment. everything hat evening Messrs. Anderson and e
Chase & Sanborn's best Roasted Rio laths A.Bembert,defen't I else 'ceptin the thing they are Mated to Rev" t '
order left at this office will reach him. Agnew, who was to the
of most all the while like the accopany
hinking cstart
The defendant and all person interested are alete
... Coffee 25 cents pound at Gramger's.
-- ,i bereby required to appear and plead to thIcclaration < bashful lover trying( : to get to the stick ishermen on the trip proposed by period in h

n.. Ripans Tabules cure the blues. FIRST DAY filed OF In AUGUST this e&U1Ie next on or,the before FIRST the Ins point, and keeping you waiting and Mr. Fowler. Finding these gentle. gotten him S hwtlasq ye od

EYE c o. OPENER UO.NDAY of August, 1892; and they are berebj themselves in misery. Hen possessed of unusual affability, lelQsb. ambit *
'I AN J notified.f the inUtntion of this snit by attach'
The "Dea"Clpr. Drat 'em; I wish they'd stay at home. treat you so 'thew.
= f neat,and that the property of said defendant I are enjoyed a pleasant chat. Being a
W. P. 'Hatchett, a young man well, Itai been attached lo satiety the claim of th But after all there are some of the from Ocala heart of the yoo go remeu "
plaintiff In this cause. boys I know,.and mighty good fellows, phoshote minister, for (fI 'IJ -
..', THIS SPACE and favorably: known in this city, has April 12th,1892. J. H. SHHLL$herUl.H too. You eee I've been here a longtime ) field, much information was emptalion, ask yourself e .

wILL.KOCCUPIED BTTHE' I.been appojkted salesman of the cele- apu-am and by dint of hard work have I gained; as to the process of mining That would Chnst do? and do jrdRev. ,

\ rated-'i:Don't" cigars. These goods managed to make me a comfortable this fertilizer and preparing it for nrfy. "

i _> POPvU..EARJDAHO," ire about the best ever Introduced here, Little home, and it's only by staying at I narket. The account as given was : D. D. Moore has live? In Pa-
H HOTEL COQUINASEISEB home and 'tending to business that I I atka two years. He is a Christian
V T. M. RAY, PnorX :,an4 the manufacturers, Ellis &; Co., of was able to do so well, and that is one rery interesting.As [entleman. He has an excAeat edu;

X.. fABOUT >i Winston,N. C.,have recommendationsrom reason why I don't know as many of it was desired to get an early align, and has a dignified clerical
biro Senator Vance, the Governor of & VINING, Managers, he boys as some others. 'Pears to me tan for the Tomoka it was decided carnage; His kindly ouposition and/ J

-< THE GOOD THINGS he North State, and other prominentnen if they'd go to work farming and stick- to retire, and the members of the high moral character have won for 1

to the'quality of the goods. MrMWB-BY-TME-SEA. FLM1DA. to it, there would be more profit in party bade each other good ni ht.in dm a host of friends and admirers,-I
KEPT AT Tins BFB0BT.r it and less hard work than going around and we predict for the reverend aright ,,
with the
Mr. Hatchett will handle tobacco In all over the county in this hot weather. the lobby, understanding toe I b future, and trust that; the bless-' i

tDo to Lea's Sprint,Oral,,",County,East very form, but desires: to make a epe- FINE ITSHINO. .: One of the candidates I have known > ready at 6:30 the following tnp of God will go with him and,prosper -''

Tenn."... clal run in "Don't" cigars. SPLENDID BATHING. since hit childhood and was well ac- norning. him until he reaches the topmost 1

A Popular Summer Resort, twenty- F. C. Cochrane handles the goods.ThreepoundCanTomatoeal0 I luainted with his father and mother. ,One of the best nights we have ound, then the, Celestial' City. ,.. I.

the first- I BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. A. a boy he was bright and full of ver spent was here, and the one insection. aff-j
miles from Knoxville, on Big Bargains in Groceries of >
one cents life, and his manhood has not disap- No those who
one '
completed Morristown and t3P"Accommodations ample. Rates his I except kinds at Gralnger's...
newly the of
class, at Gntn er'.. pointed promise youth. refer haTe visited the seashore can ,
Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and reasonable. to Henry Hutchinson Of the appreiate

Office the place. Passengers A New: Ve.Ubme Train. Reached vU Palatka 5..Aacnat1ae and tile candidates for Clerk. His father was ci 'the position. There is music in
Telegraph on Jut Coat Line From Bomth S Florida..la>.. breakers and is
\ of the truest of true Democrats those roaring It so
from the North and East via An elegant vestibule train, to be' Smyrna and Halifax Riper at ten. jy3SocceMon ,
and was a sterling character in any rery soothing that a person is lulled ,t
Morristown; from the South via Knox- ailed the"Chattanooga and Washing-, point o' consideration. Henry is emulating nto dreamland by their resounding GRADUATE DISTAL DETAKnOXT
Title from the West via Knoxville on Limited," will on and after July the example of his good father.
G. M. DAY'IS nllows.
and Cumberland Gap. Superior nat 17. leave Chattanooga dally at 12.05 TYSON le made a successful run for the Legislature o'clock awakened >31VDSrrY or mns! .
viz: Fine Romantic At 5 we were by
ural advantages, being elected by the largest
and arrive at Washington next
with Sicnal Point loon, the door. We and
Mountain Scenery, majority of any Democrat in anT previous a rapt arose-
higher and more commandinar thanAokout morning at 9:30, connecting with the ( to G.M.Darn,) campaign he served with boner nat in time, too, to witness alunl' 8e.V' .

I[ Mountain. Remarkably cool Royal Blue Line" for Baltimore: and credit to himself and to the satis- ) e have read of the enchanting # '
and Healthy Location. Superior nat- Philadelphia and New York. The 6:30 wt.AeTttw OP faction of his constituents. He is honest of have Old t
: Mineral Waters, White Sulphur, >. m. train from Jacksonville over the and very capable, and if elected I cenery Italy; tve seen yo ...

Sulphur and Chalybeate, aoowl :J. F. & W. Railway, carrying a sleepero know from his past life will make a Sol peep timidly from behind the

[e'ged the best south of the Pollot Cincinnati via the E. T. V. & G. good and faithful Clerk. He is very Tray hues of dawn, and lift his face

ac. and Cold Sulphur Baths. JLDd 0. C. Routes, and connects with Tanks popular here, and there is every indication gradually,first above the low, rweet-

Society, Music, Dancing and the vestibule and reduces the time to cypress that he will sweep the field here, dented woodland, then higher overlie

i amusements.Comfortable Reoms, he east twelve' hours via the scenic and we all hope he will win. Tours lofty mountain; ive have seen ALUXICM A KTmCIAL TEETH and: RUBBER.Hnecialtj OW GOLD. .8ILVZK

and rood Table Fare. Board; 'Shenandoah' Valley Route." truly, Air OLD FRIEND; waters the of CKOW3T JUUDOC: Sad COLO
month. Post Office Is him kiss the sparkling of "-OItL

,40 X.EA'8 per SrEEfos, Grainger Berry Watsona waiter well known PALATKA. FLA. ; Mr. II. L. llillyer, assistant post old S. Johns. Aty this was grand, y.Chloride cxtnetKm of Ethyl 0 f Teeth admlnter ttte \f. ,a.l1t r-.

Tennessee. Send for worked master left Wednesday for a visit to but "we have never seen anything ,
; ,!, in Palatka, having a long BACK BC1JJ) G..P.& ..nu.TLA.

uve Circular.M.. J. HUGHES rhile for Grabm,11&1 charge of the Correepondence.solicited. Sizes f and his old home in England. TH Tuizi hat would equal this particular! omee How,. a &OU aIa.; 2&0 b." m.' t WitiT

II President and Manager., Lining room at Hotel Coquina. rices sent on application. .. jyl.3S wishes him a pleasant vacation. mom when h .roSp_ .majestically. ,from.1 I '" ....j; ....tt
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