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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1892
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
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Related Items: Palatka daily times
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FOR THE LEGI U.1'UJHt. PALA TKA' A CENTRE. DeWItt FOR COUNTY .n1DQ. r

I herebj annoono*'.y-.elf a candidate for What Oar vn.l Ma. Xerennnt ... D.- Great Removal Sale Editor PALATKJL Tla-;.-
a( the Demo
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To nomination for the Legidaow lair Jut W.w-A Hint tot
erotic Primaries to be held August nth, IWZ. One of the leading candidates for the ,
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THE DEMOCRATIC VOTER or PCTJCAMCOCSTVI J' IL ****. ... /', Jfncknvlll
Ecsvectfnny, Walter Thomas, of the hustling firm office of County or Probate Judge IS

I nervby respectfully announce myself a* ftcandidate FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. of.Mount Jb Thomas,has just returned Great Removal Sale Wm. R. DeWitt, E.q., of Palalka. As

for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Putam I hereby annoue m)+tU a candidate for the from a seventeen day*' tonr of the the primaries draw near we feel that It
election to I
County In the coming subject District ofPalatka
the
the nomination of the Democratic Party, and office of Jutk of the Peace for of the Demo State. isatauttime to select our ticket for
aolldt the support
kindly. ask your support.MTU. ,and J"rtmarlel..J. Mr. Thama informs u* 'hat on this the[ various county offices from the long
approt.ehiDC
JOSEPH PRICE. erotic: "own at Ute H. POWERS.FOR trip he managed to dispnn of $13,000 I()( :Great Removal Sale !L. list of candidates

worth of In
goods making our selections, we deemit
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i FOR TREASURER OF PUTNAM c9CTY.I THE IEGISLATURLPCrx "
candidate J'J.4..July 6. 1892- Who Bays Palatka cannot cora, beg t*announce Myself a* n for HILL .
renominaUoa for the office of County Treasurer, I announce myself a candidate for nomination with JacksonvUIe in prices Thin cauvassc'f 1t' ,,.. ; Choice first and foremost on the groundof
Pub of the Democratic voters "" Mr. Thomas that the -AT- ..' and the
jfd'*the action for the Legislate "S5 proves competency adaptability of
of the County. B. L LIUENTHAL.FOR r. WALL. wholesale business here is profitableand t i> ,,4,' candidate to fill the office be is seekingor
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TREASURER. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. successful. Palatka, with her McLARTY :: in other words, to select the most

To THBJ DEMOCRATIC VOTER or PrnuCoc 1(0."4Uo FLa.July*.I92- present advantage in freight rate., BROTHERS'McLARTY competent man, leaving vide all personal -

TV: I am a candidate for the offlce of Probate or splendid buildings, etc., can and does feelings. .
I hereby announce myself* a candidate for Court Judge subject the action of
the office of County Treasurer subject to the the County Primaries;aDd ..pcctfnnTollclt the *ajport compete with any point south of Sa BROTHERS'McLARTY It stands to reason that a person to

bomlnatkHi of ,the lirty and' roxpectfuUy of the Democratic Totem of Putnam County. vannah. We have, large, roomy ware be fitted to fill this position must have
your support & JKENNERLT.. N. H.THOMAB. houses for the accommodation of this
BROTHERS'A '' a knowledge,: of probate law, and have
r.:;
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INUTRUCTION. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. class of business, and before a great an experience In the settlement of es

I respectfully announce myself a candidate while some level-headed party or firm H' tates. We deem it Just as necessary

At the earnest solicitation of friend I hereby cur nomination to the UtM t ire from Putnam will take advantage of the situation, for a person to have' knowledge of
announce myself a*a candidate for the office of County subject to ratification by the approach. it is known law In
Buperlndendent of Public Instruction,subject to tog Democratic Perhaps sot generally probate order to fin this office

i\\ the nomination of the Democratic voters of the 'r1Daariei.D.J. E. MORGAN. that the Palatka and New York.St-eam- Dividend of '35 Per Cent. with safety to the people of this Countyas

County,and respectfully their support. r., ship Company can and does pit freight It is for the Judge of the Criminal

THO8. W. RALPH. FOR THE: LEGISLATURE.I on our wharyw, seventymiles 1 Court to have a knowledge of criminal
candidate for reD JIibIIP.. "A: Dividend of '35 Per Cent. t
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.To tionrto the'Initiation myself fronTmtnam County. nearer the market than Jacksonville, law. This office Is a very important

THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: {Or PCWAMCOCITTT abject to tbe action of the Democratic J>r1w1ea. at a reduction of forty-five per cent. one, and requires a man particularly

I : myself a* a candidate for J.J(6 'ROE. less than the Clyde Line will place it ,A Dividend of 35 Per Cent. adapted to fill the position.

the hereby office of announce Tax Assessor of ht.IWRCuutl. FOR cotm JrOO'i.I in their warehouse In that city. : Any person of proper business

subject to nomination of the Democratic herebymnnouoe aoytelf a'..candidate for sow, with these facts laid openly ability can come nearer filling any of ..

t C' Party and....pecttu11'.k your support. County Judge subject to..the ,action of the before the public, doesn't U stand. to the other County offices, except" Judgeof

+ W. M. WILLIAMS.FOR Democratic 1"riJDarteL'pecUl1I1r.. X. L,'COXL lesson that Palatka possesses very superior Bank has paid a Dividend of 35 PER CENT. the Criminal Court than this, and

COUNTY JUDGE. advantages over any other point? unless we are careful m the selection

To worm THE DEMOCRATIC VOTER or FCTKAM Ripans! Tabules banish gain. t Palatka Is well known as a railroad Now if you spend this Money during this Sale of a man suitable to fill this office in the

myself M a candidate for center. We are situated as the hub of coming primaries great dissatufactioa
I hereby announce with will Save another 35 PER CENT
the office pt County Judge of Putnam County, SUMMER SCBJl 17LE& a wagon wheel, the railroads representing us you must be the result

object to nomination of the party aDd respectfully spokes. There is not' ar point thus getting 70 PER CENT. of Money.A For some time:past we have been
Uk tour ui port. WM.R.DEWITT. Attention Is called to the new adver- your .
in this State but what Is easily accessible intimately acquainted: with Mr.DC Witt; .
FOR TAX COLLECTOR. tisement of .the bat Tenn. Va. & Ga. from Palatka. pretty clever thing to do; take our advice.McLARTYBROTHERS'. and can therefore speak for bun. He

To THE DEMOCRATIC. VOTUM or PCTAMCOCVTTt Railway System,showing correct schedules The wholesale trade of Palatka at is a man of fine business ability. His
via their various routes. THE
I hereby announce myself u a candidate for present will probably be surprising to business baa been almost entirely for
commends favorably Mr. J. M.
reflection to tar omoe O( Tax CoUoctor of Putnam TIMES many. Even at this dull beacon the nearly five years past devoted to the
County subject to nomination by the party, Jolly, District Passenger Agent of the business done by lour houses-Mouqt management of property interests that
and renpectfolly ask your upport.T. System Jacksonville to the traveling
,
C. BLAXCHARD." Thomas, Gay Brothers, Vertrees & have been entrusted to his care, and nomaD
public. If they caunot get informationand Co.'and W. A. Merryday do a businessof could have been more successful

FOR SUPERIXTEirDEXT OF PUBLIC IN- tickets desired from neatest coupon not less than $12,000 per week. than he has, for he Is careful, painstaking -
STRUCTION. ticket Mr. Jolly will answer
A number of the friend of Rer. J. A agent, Mr. Merryday has the largest stock GREAT DIVIDEND SALE. ; and shrewd, and while just and
and
detail
letter of in
MOSELET, A. M. baring exprewed a wuh that send every inquiry ICbedules of hay, grain, etc., in the State. He re- correct in his business transactions, he '
complete ,
be abonld become a candidate. for the position parties maps,
of County Superintendent of Public Instruction etc. He recommends, however, that ceived last week four hunhred tons of ac5-3m is also positive and determined in doing

,he announce*himself for wet candidacy. through tickets be purchased from orange boi: material and other frieghts what he believes to be his duty, es

t He Is a nat'v* Georgian, aDd baa conducted starting point when practicable as In a by the schooner Bertha-Louise,and an- pecially the management of the property
Institutions of high grade academic and collegiate i majority of cases much money is saved REMOVAL.
of
others
other schooner is expected daily. He interests ,no matter what
I Madison The local are
resigning a Professorship by doing so. agents
Female College to make ft home la Florida. He therefore the best. ones to see first has lour commodious warerooms filled personal enemies he may make. He has

asks the Toting aid of the County to make ftllrlng. I about tickets, etc. to the ceiling, and is negotiating for had considerable experience in the settlement -

Cochrane's Book Store of estates and has been
Probably the happiest candidate In more space, ,, : placed
Vertrees & Co. also in such a position that he has been
ASSESSOR.TO are doing an excellent .'
t FTR COUNTY the field is Henry Hntcbmson. The
TH* DZKOCBATIC VOTEM or PUTKAJICOCUTT secret. of this may be learned when it business. They keep their Has .moved to Lemon Street, next door west of Ack-erman &; Stewart's drugstore compelled to make a specialty of probate *

: -myself ft candidate becomes geafwikf known that his warehouses filled, and are terribly where we will be pleased to bare our friends come and tee as. We bare law. He is no speech-maker, as
\ I retpectfolly annoance cramped for room. This firm his talent is not directed that but
seeps a way,
J J for the office of Tax Assessor of Putnam Oo sty, home has been brightened by the appearance .
a couple of heavy teams a new ofBooks he is possessed of the ability to-
r .[ subject to ratification by the Democgtlejulinft- of a bouncing .baby boy, constantly on proper
,,!"' li1f 5E>flyde ECoTty ru. the go, besides the immense quantity fill the office of County or Probat. ,
which amved last week. The '"\
youngster
y .t % i. Y. has been named after other great chipped by river and rail. andFine Stationery Judge in the most safe add-'ftatisfactorymanner. "',
Mount & Thomas -- "
are occupying two "s aIn
FOR SHERIFF.
General Robert K.,Lee,and Mr. Hutch-,
solicitation of friend, I hereby an- large rooms now,but for connection with U above qualifications
e crying more
son says that he will have him at workin WHICH ARS GOING AT RIDICULOUSLY LOWnm1JtE8..
8*myself a* a candidate for the office of I room. They have already-sold this season be has a considerable amount
of Putnam subject to the ncml- the clerk's' office at the Court House
County
nation of the Democratic voters of the County, as soon as he is strong enough to walk. 500,000()() reams of wraps, enough to Base Ball and Croquet Goods, Fishing Tackle, of real estate in this 'County-In fact

and respectfully ask their support.J. wrap over half of the entire crop. nearly everything bon Rossesses is in
He will train him to be of ereat service Sporting Goods Etc. 'Way Down.
,
L. BURTON. to the people.:' ; .: The fact that Gay Bros have recently Putnam County He has been raised

FOR SHERIFF. made a large addition to their store Is among us, and no nian'ia more thoroughly -

i To TH. DEMOCRATIC Versa or. PDTXAMCocmr SPECIAL NO1 iuts>. sufficient evidence of prosperity. ,Gay SCRANTOM. WETMORE & CO.NOTICE. Identified with cur interests as

: has been known to sell goods as cheapas t he. His Democracv,Is'unquestioned;.-
/t"' J hereby respectfully announce myself a* a C5T Wanted-A young man Just com-
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Putnam pleted his second year at a first-class New York, without the additional COUNTY TREASURER.Editor his father was a Democrat before him,

County at the approaching; election subject to military school desires a situation, and freight charges. and who well known by the older citizens .
the nomination by the Democratic Party, and is willing to begin on & email salary. i Jacksonville wholesale merchants The Democratic Rally and' Palitka Time from his exertions for the establishment :
kindly ask your support. )[. C.GOODSON. Office-work preferred,but will take any Invited to Palatka, where they can In casting your votes for the men- of schools
other. Well known in Pa'atka. Address .i offer inducements and compete with barbecue announced in our last led office of Putnam county, please throughout the
FOR JUSTICE or THE PEACE. "H," care TIMES, Palatka. i our dealers. They are welcome here County m the pioneer days,and DO btt.
issue has been
postponed.The remember that the officer is
To THE DEMOCRATS or PCTMX COOTTT: I if they will leave their Jacksonville required jecommendation can be given Mr.

I respectfully announce myself at a candidatefor G-Pz..Un'8 OF THE .BEAUTIFUL pettiness behind, and, as matters State Democratic Eeecu- : to give the largest bond of any other De Win than that he is "a chip off- the
of for District
the office of Justice the Peace :
ZANZIBAR WATER LILY; ;' For sale I
it is their
stand salvation.
now, only
No.*. Putnam County,subject to the nomination cheap; five for one dollar; seeds,three live Committee will shortly announce officer in the county. Mr. Kennerly old block. r

In the owning Primaries.C.. It WIGO. ''packets for 50 cents. Address W.. E. Potatoes We have 'em. A a list of appointments can give the bond, also that he has We believe that because of"the qualifications
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PALMER, Lake Como, Fla. jyl-tf always voted the Democratic ticket possessed b Mr. DeWiU he

FOR TREASURER.I '.LOST-Govemm"nt Plat of Town- car load must be sold cheap to of speakers who will address :that he has contributed to the cause ,is the proper'man to fill the Judgeship a

hereby offer my name a*a candidate for the ship 10, Range 23, Putnam County, on I the Democrats of the several of i of the Probate Court, P. R. T.
i Democracy much cash if i
office of County Tresmn'er. respectfully soliciting wooden roller. Finder returning to this make room. Vertrees & Co. not
1 the support of tbeDemocratie Prlmarie of office will be rewarded. counties upon the leading issues :more-than any other citizen of the Bipan's Tabules prolong life :4

Putnam County. je25- T. W. RALPH. i county, that he has been a citizen of! .
with all _... "'
MARTIN GRIFFIN JR. George Smith,of Savannah,formerly and after consulting Putnam county about a quarter of a .0 .f BODOr.!

TORBitBRIFF.. gMONET TO LOAN on Improved of Palatka, surprised his mother and concerned it has been deemed i century, that he has experience as In response to a meeting called by

y I hereby announce toyself a candidate for City je17 Property.-tf GILLIS & GILLIS. family by a visit Tuesday. George's best to defer the rally to a future County Treasurer in two terms before Class No. 3, Presbyterian Sunday-

14 Shell of Putnam Countr subject to the act many friends will be glad to know that I that he is now one of our most School the boys-met, and miter a free

I p the tion of the Democratic of feUow-citisens.prlmaricR! and"solicit gDuane Bros.' market Is always he is prospering in the Forest City, "ay.This influential and progressive businessman discussion of the* subject a club,
support my Eespect. and
f ny, JOHN w. DAVIS supplied Florida Meats.with Fresh Northern mh21-tf7'Fo1t holding a very lucrative position in the we think is the wiser -honest, capable and patriotic "Gu rds of Honor.'- was organized.

office of the Georgia Lumber Com- qualities that should endear him to They will meet agam'n xt Thursday

the FOR earnest CLERK solicitation CIRCUIT of COURT.At many.friends SALE-Three Small Houses pany. He will remain in Palatka about i course, as it gives the citizensa all good people and secure their::. evening to elect officers and decide on

HENRY HUTCRINSON' announce himself asa near Union Railroad Depot. Must be ten days, and would be glad to see as chance to hear all the issues votes. ALUASCH. a regular place of meeting.
candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of sold at once, and a great bargain can many friends as will call. The object of the organization is just
be had by addressing C. F. DEXISOK, involved in the
Putnam County subject the approval of the present campaign Alex Strauss honored his.' Palatka! the name indicate. "Laree streams
P. O. Box 201. ap22-tf of Public Initrvctlom.
Democracy at the next: 1"01' Superintendent i
Primary and If fends
Election
with visit
\ 1 discussed. a Sunday for the first from little fountains flowLet us
nominated win
perform the duties of the office
faithfully. g'PALATSA SAL MARKET.: I hereby announce myself as an independent time in many months. Alex. is look- hope'that our boys have found a desirable .

Go "to Duane Bros for First-Class candidate for Superintendent "Late to bed and early to rise will Ing well, which is gratfying indeed, as outlet for their energies.It .
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.: ete. first- i
Meats Poultry BwrytMag of Public Instruction for Putnam
shorten the road to borne in the he has been hard
I beg leave to announce myself as a candidatefor class. Free deHvMf to all parts of the County, subject to the suffrage of thePEOPLE your workingvery for the Is a truth in medicine that the
the office ot Tax skies. But easy to bed and a "Little
Connector of Putnam del3-tf the October past few weezs in the interest of his
city. at
County subject to the action of the Demo their electionhU Early,Riser," the pill that makes life employers-the J. T, &:; K. W. Railway smallest dose that performs the cure Is
worthyof
cystic Primaries, and respectfully solicit the I3jr" COME THE PHOKT I-I have thought longer and better and wiser. P. F. the best. ne-Witt'l Little Early Risersare
t support of my friend some good Koreas City property to spectfully ALEXANDER bnuusz.TOB the smallest pills, will perlo ;the
THOMAS GA.UTIER.. trade for Pa1at & property, oragrove Peek.A cure and are the best. P. F. Peek.
CLXKK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.I If dun, spiritless and stupid If TOUT o
or Ftetida ,land Md, a aaiftl car load of Fine Potatoes
FORSHERnr.TO. amount 10f.cm*. AMress, with 'description hereby announce myself a candidate blood is thick and sluggish; if your ap- PtJfaloesPclaloesl Potatees

+ sit DEMOCRAT!*} VOTER* Or 'TtJTHAMCocjrrr of your property, P., care of for re-election for the office of Clerk of just in, and must be sold cheap petite 1 is capricious and uncertain, you
: PALATKA:.nx-. I need a Sarsaparllla. For best results A car load, at strikingly lowprices.
I hereby announce niysetf a*a candidate fortheofflceof the Circuit Court. Very respectfully, I at VERTREES & CO'S.A take De Witt. P. F. Peek. .
: Sheriff Pmtnam County,subjecttetbeactionoQLhecoalitgprtinariM I3'Go to Dane Bros tar everything FRANZ WRIGHT. i VERTREES & CO
you want is the way,of Fresh T%. *Boaf Clgmr.

II. 1" 30JaaOJr. Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21tfUMKRTAKrWEXCLUSIVELY Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Y.v VMtlbvto Train. W. P. Hat hettTO ng man well T. J. Appleyard, oil the Gate;

FOR SHw p. Ind., says: I tried Chamberlain's An elegant vestibule train, to be and favorably known this city, has City Chronicle, Sanford, and H. T.Hesirs. .

TO TIB DEHOCEAnO VOTEU or PCTJtAM Cohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, called the"Chattanooga and Washington been appointed salesman of the celebrated Montgomery, a merchant of Paola, delegates c

00&7sTT. for diarrhoea and severe craaps, Limited," win on and after July "Don't" cigars. These goodsare to the Congregational Convention .
At the ftoHcltfttioa ot Bty frlenda I from Orange County, were pleasant ,
ra pect .
stomach and
the bowels
and pains In 17 leave at 12:03
fully announce myself candidate lot the offloe Chattanooga daily about the beat ever introduced here, callers Monday. :
Sheriff at the ensuing election subject to the W. C. SNOW'S with the best results. In most cases coon, and arrive at nashineton next and the manufacturers Ellis & Co., of

ratification by UM Deoaocratio: Primaries. and one dose win do. Besides it's other morning at 9:30, connecting with the WbstoDN.C. have recommendations BJpans Tabules: have ttme to stay.
kindly sat the support the "Royal Blue Line" for Baltimore ,
Party.
i JOBS "'HAOAK. IIawzaTA XING WABEROOMS, 28} good qualities It is pleasant to take." Philadelphia and New York. The 630p. ; from Senator Vance, the Governor of We return thanks to Mrs.J. W. Cod.

FROST STREET, Opposite Putnam 25 and liO cent bottles, for sale by m. train from Jacksonville over the the.North State, and other prominentmen nngton, of Kinoeys, for a handsome-

FOR JUSTICE OF THE l"UCli. House, Palatka, Fl,. Residence In Ackerman fir: Stewart, Druggists. S. F. & W. Railway, carrying' a sleeper as to the quality of the goods. watermelon of the Cuban Cream variety
t hereby annouac myself a eanAifet:: ftJftUce same buDdmg.R. to Cfecmfinti via the E. T. V. & G. grown on the property of Prof.
of the Peace for District Xe s,htJaea& s. MOOXET in Charge. "Oh for a lodge in some! vat vriWerness and O. C. Routes, and connects with Mr. Hatchett win handle tobacco Inll Knibioe. It was really the finest we

County, Florid, subject to the action. of the will be the of the a.R4i.. tine vestibule and reduces the time to every form, but desires to make a special have seen this season. Mn. Codriog-
Democr&tM Prtmary." Very respectfully -. | fyTxLEOTArn ORDERS WILL RE- cry '", tbe east twelve} hours via the scenic run IB."Bo "t" cigars. I ton Informs us that on Sunday she

M. H.4l'GJITOS1 ,CUTE PROMPT ATTEXTIOJf.. ap5- dates after the primaries "SfcCBMuktth Valley Route." F. C. Oefcpace handles the goods. I It had a 'melon weighing sixty pounds.

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"StI1T'w1M00ig" srrd. these .leadss to the rear, if they AM I !
eot flrtraeis ;ibem entirely. Twoi4efs 'It JhjL JCAttYJBLECTIGX.v Excursion rate*,of one lowest fare ,
GEoaoxTOwi. 26. ,
aUeTK& ? ; solutiws the Democratic.Coafcty 1li I Jiltl
J. i passed by
tmocwUc meeting: it O .oge fkonville Co&vogUon would haw Jr.tt $ '.. \ .via'the E.-T. VAG. Railway, as Sol
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spumed: ''Weave*s they would ,At iluslftu iBIr.e4': Cocrenfton, May 24, *

Ion .l/aSth' wai a very d'eeided adder because of his vicious hatredof scapegoat for your crime against the Whereas, This Convention Is desirous lows: and

Acts. The day was ushered In as the South Today they ennrace Alliance. I believe have a conscience of doiug no injustice to any man, To Denver, Colorado on account Conclave.of paoor r Handle, ft.[
yon
ordained him. Why? Because like themselves of but de Knights Templar Triennial 1
ough It bad been especially class or portion our people
I The, citizens of Uiat he was thrown on that defunct political ; it Is evidently; troubling you In"us'of'hf}lng Democratic expression Ttcketa to be sold August 3, 4, 5 and 6, PAL\TKA.FL 1. .
for the occasion earl shelf, and can only come before these times or 'surely you would:not fairly made and free from taint or limited to October 12. Fare from Jack- Order received at Cential Hotel.) {

typical Southern village were the pubhe on a side-show issue. waste so much ttaaentnd paper in the suspicion; therefore belt sonville. ) $43.80. uhf ;
astir, and zealously their patriotic Mr. Baskin is on the stool of repentance vain effort traitor-' Jlttolctdi 'l ha; at said Primary Election To Kansas City, Mo., account of -- -- -- -
to
away your who WEAK. ,
proye are XEKTOC8
Magnificently did because he voted for tbe eightballot but Democrats who have Knights Phjthias Biennial Encampment Dt.
labors pursued. < none 1LJTATXD. who la ton,
aaignorsnee
of <|
in majestic splendor box law,and pleads forgiveness, pus language against the principles heretofot voted the State Democratic ; tickets to be sold August 18.19 have trifled away their
Oceola emerge horizon but ere two more'years roll around he the Alliance in the 'recent Democratic ticket and have qualified themselves and 20, limited to September 15.: Fare MEN vigor BODY, MLM) and JHAN-
beyond the HOOD catalog terrible drain
from out the depths will he in "cahoots" with and those Democrats Jacksonville $ii.w.
some other County Convention. Your silly plea to vote by registration .1'Om p.n the wells of life. HeadsM.
while the gorgeous display of his circus; that there will be more re- that only did it because Hind; want-' who will become of age at time of To Washington, D. C., and return, Backache.Dreadful bream., Weakness of ?few
resplendent rays seemed to enraptureThe pentance; but alas!' the record i* you election shall be allowed to vote at said account G. A. B*annual encampment, OCT Hatpin upon the face. and an the erectsleading
ed the resolution pass is not wprthy' 20. pates to early decay Coa mpUon or Inaanity,
surrounding scenery as they kissed made; he has twisted his own political primaries.Uegolctd. to beam n there September KOUK O. JFKealedfree( who
beautiful neck. The sanu may be said of the of notice. If yon would'add that yilu', further, That the Executive that tickets wiil be sold, limits, etc., particular nf a borne etire. So Craso: Pat
} the dew drops from the rest of the "star actors" in the Third did it because you wanted to curry favor -: Committee take and use such will be announced later. Fare from inyS'a DR. FAKKtK 3*' X hTille Cherry Tea*.

i foliage." A more glonous display of Party drama. What delusion has with the County ring you,would) I I means. they may think best for the Jacksonville, $22.65. Route lay by
-the Creator's muniticence was never seized these. ?, ,Do conduct of the election around of Chattauooga and thence via the
f men they presume. think speak! the tbs truth.Nos ? i placing way WO'lEN..OO hare HeaAacbee,
beheld by mortal eye. At an early our political failure ,is a mere toy to' it all necessary safeguards. beautiful 'Shenandoah Vall !y Route. Bekaea, earalrtaa, Scanty,
hour the hosts began to arrive from tear down and erect as their peculiar ;Mr. Patterson you sav the I No voter shall vote in any precinct To CcattaLOOga, account reunion of S I CK Profane. Disorder and Painful and MenMruatione. 14.pla e--
whims may dictate? or do Ule1.per resolution offered by Brother Matvick except the one in which he is registered the Army of the Cumberland; tickets meat of tbe Weatb and Sexual
:.: all directions. Gaily bedecked with suede themselves that, like 'magicUntern" was not prepared at the solicitation of I II and will be entiled to vote at the on sale September 14 and 15, limitedto WON Barrenne' **,LencorrbtFa.
tboold end BOOK or UrK,
the ladies as they leisurely the 'sesame" will election. September 20. Fare from Jacksonville for
fable
roses were
I general
open Brothers Ralph, Moore, Boyd, Morris, (realed), free with particulars for home enre.
obtain balm for the 7to imZ That but 14.60 So Cm No PAT
strolled neath the beautiful shade of as a soothing > further none :
and wounds of their own making, and thus Marrick and others and endorsed bythem,7ou.tate known Democrats shall be allowed to To Chicago, account dedicatory cere ScientllS. jtMlifleatioo. tnllmlted: Experience.
the mighty oaks serene pleasantwere Careful Diagnosis sad Honest Repetentationa -
; demand concessions through the what ts, 'not true. So be voted for, and all votes cast for any monies World's Fair Building; ticketson are the vecret of oar sncass. Ad-
the countenances of all as tbe agency of u supposed balance of much for that.What person known to be a Republican shall sale October 8 and 9. limited to dIeM C. W rArx t.x. Jot. D.
compliments of tae day were passed, power? Til. hardly possible; for the Two be thrown out and not counted. October 18. Fare from Jacksonville, mj* $40 y Cherry, Savhtille,Teas

And the honest and brotherly band of people are aliv: to the fact that If. mep a singular, being.youare. Under and by authority of the above 12.>. Date of opening is likely to be

t welcome was extended. No undue will vote in direct opposite to the hon years ago you was a member of, the resolutions: a Primary Election o( the changed by act of Congress, in which, DEFORMITIES !

est dictates of conscience, when that Board of County 'Commissioner You Democratic voters will be held on case dates of sale,limits, etc., will also Cross Eye, Hair Lip,Curvature of the Spine
J rushing, bustling or excitement prevailed mental tribunal told them they,violated pledged yourself 'as' |an ;'Alliance man THURSDAY August 11th, for the pur- be changed.All Club Feet,Hip Joint Diea, and all Defjrmi-
> ; not a trace of it could be discovered the wish will and welfare of their constituency that in the appointment of inspectors pose of nominating two candidates for i these rates will be open to the ties of tee .H&DdI. Arm, Leg and Feet,rad

throughout the vast throng then neither party wants the Legislature, and the followingcounty public. See your nearest coupon agent, ical/cured
them. of election Justice should prevail. The officers: A Clerk of the Circuit or address F. )(. Jolly. D. P. A.,Jack ,

lhat was rapidly congregating, actuated That is popular logic; and when the eventful day came. You were ordered Court a County Judge, a Sheriff aonYUle, Fla.; Chas. N. Kight, A. O. DISFIGUREMENTS.

and Inspired by pure motives of great guns of public indignation beginto by Crill, the money king;of the County, a Tax Collector, a Tax Assessor, P. ,.A: Atlauta; B, W. Wrenn, G. P Superfluous Hair Wine Mark. )Moles eta

.patriotism. Indeed, nature seemed to bear on Weaver, Baskiq & Co., they to :wait on him at 'the bank. He gave a Superintendent of Schools,, a A., Knoxville. valuable ilnieMly treatise and perfeery oa tbs alnys.removed.Address Send, for

lavish her every energy in all their will :frealice in no nnmistafcabl terms 'a hit of to be inspectors County Treasurer a County Surveyor. C. W.TARKLR. M.D.
details. Surely Heaven itself had that the Uni-ed States is still a "con.I you names appointed the election will be held from 9 a. m y" 940 y..l"bem.l\iubrtlle.Tea.
I stitutional government." and :.II't' sub; in; the various precincts. That m. until sun-down, at each Precinct in
iessed this occasion, and made it an tot in FOR SCROFULAscrofulous no )IEX aDd !
free'republic -0-
ject to government of and by the a a man should have Putnam County. 1
Auspicious one for Orange Spring and people, they will see the fallacy their the unblushing impudence to dictate The following Inspectors have been humorIn BR9KEN: MEN D1': EASE ewlTertnir. can front eeevre any a .J

Marion County.At clap trap; they: will find that history five appointed to conduct said election: rentable wo.k on their aflUctton waled)free,
to :men,sworn to act justly, is only and fcfiru bow tltrv nil 1* rnr.il at bore,
-- Precinct 1. F. T. Rutherford B. F by
itself and
Mr. Mathers of )ria.lion' will again repeat that no man the blood
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a. m. one less marvelous than that these five writing Di?.1'\UKtK ,9 CO,ale Vt M>..T.TAK ..
or coterie of men can the machinery men, Wade J. C. Damon. ,
vrirr
e operate >' '>nr .LC.TCIT fetter to-day dehyeare
representatives, stepped upon of our "vast institution" according supposed to be respectable citizens and Precinct 2G. J. Tucker Adam ulcers, catarrh, and dangeron l'1foa.e .u.:. vwir trwbie and.
the rostrum. He gave a full and explicit their wiU and D. IT. Cause how lung a fltirttf loin
: to own sweet have some regard for an ,oath, would King, ? consumption, --- ---- -- --
account of his conduct at the last pleasure for the purpose of gratifying a trample tinder their'! feet honor truth Precinct 3.-j; H. Bearley, S. H.
*esionof the Legislature, and vividly selfish 'ambition. The honest farmer Pollock, A., A. Simmons. use THE
for and who justice and manhood by obeying such Precinct 4. J. H. Green Lawrence
the action of that body In aU votes they are playing at; ,
portrayed present adhere their gilded theories, arrogant dictation for the sole purposeof Tucker W. C. T. Stephens. Ayer's SarsaparillaThe
its work, to the infinite satisfaction of have not as yet taken the time to consider partisan gain. No sooner than the Precinct 5.-D. E. Dusenberry, W.

bit immense and intelligent audience. the ruuxsus$ step the seU- onstl- vile deed was done conscience K. Prior. C. P. Roberts. mosteconomical Stearns Win d MillTbe
For over an hour Mr. Mathers held tuted leaders have taken for the purpose your Precinct 6.-Holmes Erwin, P. e
of attention of obtaining political supremacy. troubled you. You sent for me, we Berry, W. H. Cook. ,
that in
concourse people rapt They have not studied their resolutions met,and,in justice to you I will willingly, Precinct 7. $. A. Baker T. V. safe, speedy, and

showing conclusively that his and of course have not at this say if sincere repentance for 'a great Hints, F. S. Hodges.
peech was making a lasting impression early time ascertained the fact that the wrong done the people of this CountyIs Precinct 8.-t'. N. Marvick, J. S. I effective of all

prolific of good results. Mr. best principles in their substitute for- Wells, F. A.Bailey. I bloodpurifiers.Has .
a claim for forgiveness you should be Precinct 9. Julius Hanna D. A.
Mathers is a fluent talker and of greatability a-platform were borrowed from the ,
very party whom they are trying to hold forgiven.Of Dunbam, D. H. Jerrold. Cured Others
but as others were behind him up to ridicule. They hav'! not found course these men who used you as Precinct 10.-E. B. Hazle. S. 'RiBo I will

lie courteously yielded the floor to Mr. that the Third Party can offer no more a tool, void of conscience themselves wen i E. D. Dancy. '' cure you.
,
Crazier, an Alliance lecturer of Manon reasonable terms than those concededby Precinct 11.-A. P. Fitzhugh,J. C. I
did not hesitate to say your letter exposing Sands Don Gillis. .
County. Ttls gentleman, ..on takingthe the Democratic party at Tampa. their evidence I *...........................ee
They have not "caught on" that the villiany was an Precinct l'.t-Irvin'g Gilles, Pierre.
platform, was very demure, and as exti erne radical views of the "defunct of an unsound mind. < d'A. Pratt, J N. Blackwell. i i

some thought, receding. Slowly he began politicians" are impracticable and incompatible Strange to say, this year, I am informed Precinct 13. J. IL Merryday, W. I
his discourse, and as slowly did he with the permanent retention F. Nugent, C. H. Wigg. % :
to the front. Graceful attitude, of our glorious structure knownas the night' prior to the County Precinct 14.-A. t). Willard, C. J. ..
pace the "grandest country on earth." Convention, you were sgain in the Ipi.der' Joseph B. E Morgan.Precnct .
handsome In face and figure with They have not ferreted out the fact parlor striving by fulsome flattery { 15.-A.: Ueina,J. M. Pow- REGULATE THE :

bright and restless eyes this self- that their liberty independance, to regain recognition of the boss.I ers, M. W. Stewart. S STOMACH. LIVER,..AND BOWELS, .:

contained representative of the Alliance their homes so securely held to "them, should judge by the resolutions Precinct 16.-Lett Allen O. H. PURIFY THE BLOOD. :
the and future welt you Ewing, E. S. Smith.
convinced the people thatihere peace, protection :
soon wrote and submitted him A RELIABLE IEIKOY FOR li?bf"jat. i-tmnze, moil durable,
was a treat in store. Gradually fare of their wives and babies are being : endorsing" Precinct 17.-R. L. Kennedy,W. H. ta+le.w...B11U......,H........,CeMtl.twtlM : bag bet-u built an J in constant use for
attacked by this "unreliable quan- for Governor, which' were torn up ae Lambert John Absteen. ,Dy.,e,da,n..... Liver TrmhU :
s he raised his voice until he attained tity" known as the Third Party. Butas being too strong; for even his stomach. Precinct 18.-IL J. Fowler, Allen DUcfaMM, Ba4 Cea:: .Iezl.., l>7e*.terr.OffmlTe Team, ha n l that firm and Goodaon L. W. Fenuell. BreaU, aad aU clMreere ef the suitable for ah rUinye* of work. Ask
pronounced pitch so generally the campaign wageth warm, and the ,
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You must have forgotten he was the ... .. for illustrated i
I delusion is being daily swept Precinct 19.-R. S. Mobley, J. P. st. U rtr and B vkl : matter giving description
ascended to high elocutionary away great by the advocates of demo- same man who two years before, on Wall, J. E. Lane., u.:=1iI. :'.:::= M takik" :. of our wheel utade with ",,,liable
pure ..........
attainment At the commencement he .dm. NI6oII. iron fellow, Mronpeal iiiul : lightestwheel
cracy: when that patriotic spirit shall your own evidence, virtually usurpedthe Precinct 2O.-IL S. Minton, James : tIoI4 by ttt eea.a ..trIa1 LtW sot by mss j s
Assured ns that no place was buzzingin have seen aroused that stirs the souls authority of the County Commissioners. Harvey, William Miller. ..ncaptot u-eta Asa.. 1 Ujtbf trade. ,
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his had ether ambition than Precinct 21. -John Hancock J. S.Ootlan. : THE RIPAN8 CHEMICAL CO. : lye 'i; .r HKr" a ,
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ear, no of slumbering patriots, then will the ,
and in defiance ol justice made : i*anurcs:STKZET.acts TORT crrr.Merryday pum; niillainei:. ',"! Wind Mill IU
S4_an organizer and lecturer of Aliiuce mighty sweeping reaction anla1cheUI'1'set u,? and beneath, like its a the last election simp'y a :registration: Precinct/ E. North.22.-J. P. Boyd, W. H. :................................: lie"T>l Ml: kind", rank work' ot every

pncsnpieaj; for, said he, the res ponderous web nt that obnoxious and of the will of a political boss. Wigg, James Canon. kind penally rioml- are oily guaranteed

lotions of that"organization does not pernicious ediuce known as Third You have the distinction and disgrace Precinct .-Moritz Kohl, W. O. .
interference with "po- of not denouncing the Woltz M. Haughton. Will e'tve farmer and oth*'s whI*>
permit any your Partyism. Yes; it will be consignedto only principles -
hbca1 or religious affiliations." This, the deepest ,depths of eternal oblivion -'' of an order you solemnly obligated Precinct 24.-J. B. Jeffords, J. J. sale prices where tie have nn agents
Send for ltJustrnted.-
and the of youiself to defend but also of Costello John Beal. our hrge 72-page
political ,
then the of his After obituary
was gist speech. Weaver, Baskid, ifann & Co. will go offering a resolution endorse a man Precinct 25. M. J. Trueman, B. J. & Paine Catalogue and mention this paper.

.a searching review of the history of with it, so that all may be forgotten. for Governor whom you yourself have Grooms!, A. Grainger. Address all c*>rre!poDdenco to the
both the old parties, he admonished Farmers of by your exposed. the principle In tbe disgraceful Every Inspector should be present at

his hearers to stand by the party that flag, and all k10rid&1ltand i scheme which, ill the last election, the time for opening the polls. In JACKSONVILLE, FLA. STEARNS MANUFACTURING CO.
annulled tbe of the event of the abseace, of Inspector .
had the most and if Dr. Benj. MOl'ian.one of Putnam's virtually voice peo any
good
accomplished candidates, made a very touching appeal ple. What decent people think of him the inspector or inspectors present tnh-25-tf Connersville, Ind.U, S. A
it were found that an office-holder were and fully demonstrated the fact and you to the credit of the County shall fill their places and proceed with Violins -- -- ----

derelict in his duty, then vote him out that there is more pure and undefiled Convention was plainly shown in the the election. Banjos, MONET SAVED 13 MOKEI MADE.

and vote another and more competentone democracy in his littte finger than In all emphatic way your resolution was disposed The Executive Committee is "em
of. powered and instucted to have printedthe sass ts to 00 acts on every dollar you pen4.
in. This would be the better solution ) the Baskin gang put together. Indeed, STRINGS, SHEET MUSIC&C Write for ow manunotn Culogv a UOptcebook.
it is difficult to ascertain which is biggest As an Allianceman you will find it tickets to be used at the primary I .1IIII1ala1qW1aatnUoa end fiTtac lowMt nun>
and proper method of regulating -his democracy or his averdupois, bard to get recognition; as a political election, placing upon each tickets toe nfMtaren prteee.win mMufMtnrer discounts

the officeholders rather than endeavorto VOICE. weathercock wafted about to any pointof names"of all the candidates for the several All Prices for Cash or on terms to of every Imported kind of kilo nodi tbs md United supplies. BUM mullfacCan4aa4 Oroeertae,

disintegrate a whole party for the the political compass by Crill & Co., offices leaving a blank space for andosisG. Good rareltnre. dotolar. I dlee*
suit. oc9-3m .* OoUtlnc tad rurBlihlnt Good*,DreM ,
the insertion of and that the
undoubted name
dereliction of one or two. In scatching SUMMER BATES. you are an success.TROHAS Good, White Goods, Dry Good. !rata, c. ..
HIND. voter be instructed to strike out the Boou and 8k>Mt Gktree. Nodon*. Glassware
terms did he condemn the action of the Southern and Florida names of all candidates except the one Chaznoerlala'a Eye and IS.Itm:: 8tationery.W.(enee.Ckieka, Jowilry, .u""'are,

Third Party, who, not being content The Georgia BEATTT'S PIA>OS AND ORGANS. for who:n he wishes to vote, for each Ointment. ONLY Buggies riESTctAJ wklpe! Acrknltnral 3 GOODS.Inplementa Catsroeu., sat ere

with the loaves and fish e.,*'wauted the Railroad is now preparing rates for the Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great office." E. S. CULL A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, only on receipt concern of U which emu Mil for at expreeMfe.nanuietarere We*are pricee.Ue

earth with an option on God's travel out of Florida to all Summer Re- Organ and Piano manufacturer, is Chairman Dem. Ex. Com. Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old allowing the bayer the sums dueoont tat the
F. C. BLAJ.CHAKD maanfactuer vines to the whotoMle buyer. w.
Heaven," And this, too, under the sorts, which will shortly be placed on building and shipping more Organsand Secretary Dem. Ex., Com. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema, tmerantee aH rood* a* tenreeenled:: not fonn4eo.
Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples moan, refunded. Good* eent expreee or
iris of the Farmers Alliance. Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. freight, with prtrUeM Of examination before naytag. .
sale.This A REWARD OF ".VMWil > and Piles. It Is cooling an( soothing. A. KAXTCN: A CdUS /
and fastest
The fact was laid bare that under no line is the shortest Beatty left home a penniless plow-boy, ...
Hundreds Qulney scnec. Chicago, w.
hare
consideration could the Alliance be out of 1'1oridacarryin: the West India and by his indomitable will he has 1 be paid for any case of Rheu- cases been cured by -
it all
after other
treatment had tailed
i and Florida mail to all points West worked his way up so as to sell so far matism which cannot be cured by Dr.
held retponsible the ambition WE WILL PAYA
rampant It
nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and Is put up inJ:: and W cent boxes.
of a few of its so-called leaden. and Northwest. Trains arrive and de- Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to Drummond's Lightning Remedy. This salary of.td to fW per week to GOOD ageaU
Palatka and offer is made in good faith by the to represent u in every county,and tell ear general
from Union
part Depots him prowprietors
The authority they assumed was clearly dishearten obstacles laid in his R. W. & W. M. DAVIS KM of Merchandfjeet Baaafaetaren OVLT
outside the limit as enunciated in the Macon. Connection made with all way, that would have wrecked any and theio is no reasonable ex- moss was WAVY imAOT mttnoiitii vxnvAmr.
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platform of that organization, and was lines in Macon with the vestibule limited ordinary man forever, he turns to an cuse for any one to suffer longer. Any ATTORNEYS AT CAW of 29 unit Cauiocne for u"....particulars.. seat on receipt
advertisement and comes out of it A. EASTER: A CO.
will be cured with
for the Carolinas Virginia and.the ordinary case one
a monstrous piece of malignant usurpa brighter than ever. His instruments IMQnUcy Street Chicago Bl.
tion. The deluge of eloquence in his East, and with through sleeping as is well known, are very popular andare bottle. In addition to the reward for Hickman-Kennerly Block Lemon Street

appeal to manhood and patriotism, car lines for resorts in Tennessee Ken- to be found in all parts of the difficult cases! the money is always refunded Patatka Re. --IJ EXECt'TOJi.'SOTICE..

t compelled a breathless silence that tucky and all points :North and Northwest world. We are informed that during where the remedy fails to cure.The -

between Palatka the next ten years he intends' to sell price of a bottle is $5-and that is E. E. HASKELL ratKKA INTCKEHTE' W1IX TAKK
cars
told the orator the effect of his Sleeping ALL
1, plainly 200,000 more of his make,that 'means ee that the.nndenifciwd.. been appointed .
and Macon. the cost of a cure.Drummond by the County Judge of Putnam
t revelation and if any Third Party man a business of 120,000,000 if County
Via, Kxemtor*of the oi
Ut will sad testament
6 was la that assembly he used great Trains leave as follows: hem at $100 each. It is already Medicine Co., 48-50 L.4."YEa.: LEONARD HOLMAX, deceased; and those
A. x. r. x. largest business of the kind in exist Maiden Lane, New York. Agents harUff deals said claims n alnM said estate winrreu'
5 rattUon in the to himself. them for
keeping news Palatka. .........5:40 8:15 ence. Send to Daniel F. BeattT, Washington wanted. Omcx-Second awes, oppoalte Court How.. Ohio,without &kla payment,. to ne at BpringflelO.
L ISuch an expose, so dear and conclusive I Hampton... .... 6:51 9:31City..8:03 New Jersey,for Catalogue' Tbuee indebtoM to said estate win nettl* with
PALA* F1..omI
A. M. ROBERT L. HOLMAN
might wail dampen the ardor of Lake 10:55 .
; .Ambition's place hunters, who, so long I For folders and other information, CONSCMTTIOH Ct RED. Notice to Debtors an' Creditors as XArt'1i 25.1 t. EDWARD HOLJHAX:eaaton.,

AS political preferment was lavished apply to An old physician reared from SEARING h', _
: A. C. bleW, JAS.bins, praotics I uPciso'ss n visa CLAIMS AGAINST :IVANS
upon them,'were true and good Demo- TIde :Manager. Gen. Agent, having had'p1aced fir his hands: by I I.A meed tie, eettte of rmtwun Benjamin Ommty.r. LoreUce.Florida will t+- DUUU I. Purcell

-czais but when, the sovereign peopleconsidered Macon,Ga. Palaika an East, India. missionary formulaof prceent .m o me, duly yeri'wtWa UM ,

it high time lo', relegatfe a similar vegetable remedy for the time ttreeeribed to aW state by wfll law;make and an psymest penoo to rna indebted Hay Grain Peed ATTORNEY
DRTJNKKXXXM.tke.XJw e& HABIT JOHN A'HARP. :
them to the rank and file,they did not speedy and permanent rare of Con- Administrator Xctate B. F.Lorelace.CuacECT .

propose>> to submit, and in pure defiance Cured nt B.....Ta flays tjr AdaUnUterlnc .sumption, Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma Crrr FLA.e May Kth.1832. Fleur. :Meal', Grits I And C.eaieU.t.e... !.Mr.eppNl&e J" C..rtNeste.
..Wcra''pecUlc.. ,mjTZrirIN ,
Dr. Htna
.,
of popular will they organized ,a !and all Throat and Lung Affections,

gang of serene-ds, or a ."Gideon's It can be given in a' glass of beer, a also a positive and radical cure for Nervous And Cotton Seed 1 Ml. F-.. D Jlr&eUeeI Coortt. fALATXAt ZMf
CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL .
hand to satisfy their own insatiable cup of"coffee or tea, or in food, withoutthe Debility and all Nervous Complaints FIFTH

Ambition,by endeavoring to rule the knowlege of the patient.. It is absolutely after having tested its wonderful CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, OFFICE L'rD wAiucnocBK, TOOT or
VJ LA UKA t3TREE'r.oDrayare ,
people in direct opposition ta;>> the peo
ple's wish. It remains to be seen harmless, and will effect a curative powers in thousands of PUTNAM COUNTY. en Goods thipped by Elrer Steamboat Q89gPJDn.

\ whether they can accomplish tbellurpo&e permanent and speedy cure, whetherthe cases, has felt it his duty to 'make it Term* Ca lL. Lowest Market Prtcee gnar
." This voice not? Tis is moderate drinker C H. GOehrlst 1 Plaintiff.rt. anteed. oc->ni
patient a
says or an known to his suffering fellows. Actuated \ Attachment.
true some excitement exists in portionsof alcoholic wreck. It has been given in F. E. Jackson. ) Defendant. I..teeeh.d.": .: ,wa.a be
gi..a
\ by this motive and a desire to Is .gN h.a a p.wd.r.,..... .. ...esa.s fa ......
this State but it is the spur of the thousands of cases, and in every'instance Th defendant F.E. Jackaoa,and aH persons 13EA.rrrry'SCELEBIU.: := .sip. 11I..lat.i7
moment only, and in due time the bog- a perfect cure has followed. It relieve human suffering, I will send Interested are hereby required to appear and 'a-a..s.Sst a sasses and .pa4J

boo will sink into oblivion. The.' never fails. The system once ampregated free of charge to all who desire it, tJead be filed to toe thereinx dedaratiett or before filed in the this FIRST cause MONDAY for to- .TED :::..wa.ta..the. aak.ps.s it h..N.O.q n.d.W p... II drtaha.e thea.ad.. ,,
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Democrats of this State will investigate with the specific it becomes an this recipe in German French pr English '- OF StFTEMBEK. stet; and they arc rw; .. .ay t.d..fa"ft7.. .r.t.ao.. Tbeq_prr_..w.laso ei.a. w.
done for the with fun directions for hereby notified of the Institution el thi nit by .---.r
5 malt.ert.u was in GeorgiaandCarOuca utter impossibility liquor appetite preparingand attachment and that the property of said defendant Pianos and Organs. ,in.ti.ew.:appwf.4 p .
,and if after the inves- to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 using. Sent by mail by address )tae bee art ached to a.iufy tte claim Of.But.TK n the Alliance suffers no serious page book of particulars free. Addressthe big with stamp,' naming this paper.W. of the plaintiff la thto cuss Fot Catalogue,address, 4.psis b..CUVCOVATI.. p.r0.uhse 0..Te to lid .f'
well and good. One thing is GOUOEX gfEonc Co., 185 Race A. Novas: 820 Powers' Block. << A GOXJU,rUtntUTi OH. GILCHR1ST.GiLU Attorney .
however the Alliance will Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Rochester, \. Y. June 3.1832. fe3-3m DANIEI. F. BEAM Washlncten, N. J. ACEtay Ii nrtr.AKT.DruuhtaFaktka.
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-fO ...." : F' ? ,i. lit Wonderful Effect on the liter WATSON AND FITCH.
Editor ,
Palatka Tines. f .... "* --.
tiri StmachHovel*, J\ikneyt
The IlunliDztoo AlliaiHe.Sir EJIlur', c and Shod The Story Gees That Th- Two Staff
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Criminal Court of Record-Irving
hat reason to b. proud indeed for having owi Jade, E q. _.40 I Dr. Morleyvs Lemon Elixir U a pleas men Were Ab* t to Fight.ATLARTA .

County Sol cites-daepi H.PpaftorOCVrk i ant lemon drink that positively cures July 88.-A Constitution
: i wo.,och,*out of the ordinary in. ,
JyN. Black WejUifc, I all Biliousness, Constipation, Ind. pedal from Washington says: A stout
diYid a1a" to answer*V roll, call as are 1 ; idgr CoojtU Court-Joseph K.Baldwin.Leg ill fHL i gestion, all Sick ,and Nervous, Head is going the round of the capitol to th.effect .

the HOD. Hutchin and Mr. T. C. aches. Kidney Disease Dizziness Loss
Iledry County Commissioners- Batter Chairman that Mr. Watson of Oeortia, aa&
4 John W. Davis, post-officet Crescent ; T. N. Gantler,L.Morgan. 1L 8. MIB- f' of Appetite, Fevers, Chills, Fa.pitatioa Mr. Fitoh of New York
ard' first of Heart, and all other diseases cam.'nryeaaenC fleas
tom, W. R.Jlowen. jThefB meetatb. /i caused
hare each their .
Ciiy. "
These "
gentlemen Tuesday te each niontB. by disordered liver, stomach and kid In a fisticuff on the floor of .

distinctive characteristic: and both Clerk Cireait e n-l'raAk Wright. i iili neys, the first great cause of all fatal 1 house

arc ever on the alert and qvi rice. Sheriff-James H. Shelter.Ooenty t diseases. 50 cents and fl per bottle. It seems that Mr. Watson objected.

They are pn the tipls, a* you know, for Collector>> -Frank UUenthal.U.Blanchard. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by to the consideration of a Buffalo pablialaildiog
County t ei.ursc-B-L H. Mozley H. D. Atlanta Ga.
omcexf at the coming election-the County.u.euor-W.M. Williams. sit. bill called up by Dan Loc -

first mentioned, Henry Huttluusoa, Supervisor of Bfl tratlan-J. H. Merryday. { Limon Hot Dro s. wood. Lockwood went over to Watsosv

for Clerk of the Court,' and the latter, BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Ill, For coughs and colds, take Lemon and Interceded Watson said something
Hot about Lock wood opposing thesubtreasury >
Drops.
a
John W. for Sheriff. Of course F. D. Ackerman Chairman- John H. Ha
Davis
rR'I For sore throat and Bronchitis take bill, and said then was no-
they will poll their two-thirds vote of :John P. Alex.Str.*..Secretary. Hot Drops.For reason why be should aid Lockwood i.
Superintendent Board of Pnblio Instruction-. his schemes when the New
Yozkosrwould
Fruitland and why should and
take
Peninsular; pneumonia Laryngitis,
A.8traaa. O not assist his party men In fitting -
they not, when two more capable and CITY OFFCIRS. .t / Lemon Hot Drops the subtrtmsary bill before the
I Jr.' For and Catarrh
candidates could not be Mayor-Martin Griftn Consumption take house.
trustworthy R. DeWItt. President 8. J, Lemon Hot
Aldermen-Win. ; Drops. Lockwood
laughed at such
found m.Florida to-day' They are ex.. Kenaerty, w... Ivers G.. W.Bassett. A.''U...., For Hemorrhage and all throat and and said it wan absurd. reasoning

ccpUonally well fitted for the positions, r. A. mtt Joseph ,R. Dunn 'Samuel Lyon [ have determined to announce to friends and lung diseases,take Lemon Hot Drops. Bo was arguing his bill with Watson
T.-tape", L L. Farad J. 8. my customers an OPPORTUNITY
Robert RUes.A. ;
An elecant and reliable when Mr. Fitch
and as we need good meb, good, preparation. of New York, walked
LaRoebe George Foster. purchase' FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected from my large 25 cents,at druggists. Prepared only up and told Watson his objection was

staunch Democrats, bright, strongmen City Clerk"and AsseMor-Joseph Price and varied stock, and cU't'to measurement .at prices never before attempted by by Dr. H. Hozlev, Atlanta Ga. ctxildlsb. This aronsad the ire of the

who can both think and know Collector-M.W. Stewart. any first-class Merchant Tailor (in the South. Having determined to greatly Georgian who threatened to slap the
bow to the time and Treasurer R.J.Adams. New Yorker's face. if he repeated the
act at proper Chief ot Police-John W.Ragan. increase my business this fall, I have concluded to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION C. A. Snow & Co.'* pamphlet, "In- statement. Observers say Fitch repeaioil.

place, the rood people of oar com- Chief Fir Department-Get J.:.. Car. > OF T\YEtfrt PER CENT on M Goods- in my line. Such an formation and Advice about Patents, it, but those present interfered and wv

munity should consider iheawelves BdYYOLtNT AND oTRLR SOCIYTIYS.MAgoNIO. : opportunity may never occur again. CCME AND BE CONVINCED. face slapping WM indulged ia.

fortunate indeed at having the opportunity Caveats,TrademarksCopyrlghts, etc.,

of being nabled to CMt a vole Palatka Lodge So 34. F. & A. Xeetl H. -vv.- Iir..ICK: ER. may be obtained free at this offic( THE AIR BRAKES FAIL,

and rourta Monday XlghU In the month
Second
tor .uch-actIve men, such pure Democrats And since B..alU Follow-Aim*** a.
at 1:30 o'cWck.
and such reliable Alliancemen, as -TiliiJbil.N.. .W.M. .1.t !. Cbleazw

' the above parties are known to be. M. I.COX.,Secretary. LEADING T.ULOR OF THE COUNTY. Conner Lemon and Third Streets, JMEPH E. MLOWW, CHICAGO July 23.-:About 1,500 De-

Their escutcheons are bright and un- Putnam Chapter, 1(;:;:R.A. iT -MeeU Bee- P ALA TKA, FLA. I gross wen congregated at the. Oraa4

tarnished.. They have not their peerson ond and Fourth Monday Xighta Ceo tral"depot, awaiting the departnrv-
C. J. HATES,H.P. ATTORNEY AT LAW. of
this Peninsula for the positions a picnic train on the Baltimore sad -- -

they have undertaken to fill, and, K.1.OEB,1ecret&r1.0.0. Tc.G- n ivr A.N.S Ohio railroad. The train when backed '

L F.PloaeeiLodp. PALATKA, FLORIDA. into the depot, was not stopped in time
therefore, voting friends, look you to No.23 L O.O.F.-)(1\eU every and
down the
myS-tf knocking protecting post.
it, that you get the right man in the Tneaday Kijbt. JOSEPH PRICE,N.G.R. .
it crashed the platform and into
POD

right place for Clerk by voting of the for Court Henry and Hutchinson John St.. G.John BRKVARD Encampment, Secretary.L O. O. F<-Meeti PALATKA MARKETS. the killed dense two crowd.others Mrs. Dinah and Carr about was

C iti nPow & Salt Sic Rmn are dying,
W. Davis for Sheriff. every Second and Fourth Friday>i hta. n I rs J Gr erle -vVholosal. 15: were seriously injured.

Alliance friends be faithful In fraternity JOSEPH PRICE, C. P. Immediately after the crash Ike Rivers
W. II.SPECK Scribe.mnGHTs"oF. Corrected Weekly by Gay BrI>>.,Corner Mfr by a negro policeman who was at the
and Klrkland
' and waver not, stand by your streets. depot to accompany the picknlckorsv

brothers, and do not allot this opportunity HOXOR. Soft Standard MA"Sugar Granulated at.. 4*%C jumped upon the engine and dragged.
Harmony Lodge, No, 2767-,MeeU First and Engineer Williams from his seat to the
to pass without showing "what FOR HORSES, CATTLE. D POULTRY.SlOlSL. Extra C"Sugar&...
Third Wednesday of the month. Floor First Patents Western Spring platform. A crowd of negro men surgd -
stuff you are made of." "Show your Wheat .*3.t5 to(.00 > around the pair and were about tw
WALTER THOMAS Dictator.J. Fieer Second Patents do do ..r.
4JO to B.U
I sterling worth as embodied in Henry B. DONMLLT,Reporter. Pry-Salted Meats-Western Bellies take summary vengeance on tbe engi- .
I in Goo pound boxes. '%to. Deer when a dozen officers came to tbo-
Hutchinson for Clerk of the Court, and .. Western Bellies aid of Rivers. Tbe engineer was marched -

John W. Davis for Sheriff, and don't K. 101' P. 250 pound ... 7% to to the station. A crowd of fully BOO

forget Brothers T. W. Ralph for Superintendent St.Johns, Lodge No.8, K.of P. -Meeu every SaIt Smoked Meats-Fancy City Hams brands...NewYork ..... 11 to U negroes followed the engineer and his

Thursday Night. D. STEWART,C< C. do W..UI'DHanaa.......-., 11 to 12'/ protectors to the station abasing bins
of Public Schools! Riles I H. DLMONTMOLLLN.K.R. S. do Shoulders........ Slot ss h. was walking along. The accidentwas
TILOHMAT8 CONDITION POWDERS U dw Picnic Hams... .... .... 1 to 10
for Assembly, Williams for Assessor; ra form hank K.of P,1io.4-Merto for drill v O the only Remedy that will cure the Cattle Trouble Cheese,Fancy Full CreamN.Y.State) 12 to doe to tbe failure of the air brakesvto

and there "Squire" Harp, last though every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights,at Sick.la the"South TheDi known among the herdsmen"Salt Butter,Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 21 to 23 work
eaaeiafintt noticed by the animal Syrup-Florida.per gal...... 85 to
by far not least all pure bright stars Armory. R.J. RILES,Captain. refusing to eat.and prefers dead stubble to New Orleans Mobsse*..,.... Uto40 The blersutl Be".... Bepors.WAKHEIOTOW .
I in thIs fall's political firmament. Vote L.A. SMITH, Recorder. green grass. It soon becomes dull and stupid, Rioo good..... 4 to %
the coat assumes a rough ,and 1s July 28.-John W. Ma-
for them all and true. appearance finally Rioe, Carolina: 6% to
good men
you IRON the animal actually starves to death. AJ N .
an ap- raaey. .
Cut this little piece out, make it as lhtber.and to give an animal a fine glossy coat Crackeranderveer t" Holmes' to try ..1 ton, commissioner ot internal revenue.

your talisman, by placing It in your Branch No. 702,Order Iron Han-Meets First has o equal. The manufacturer Standard XXX...Soda. S has made a preliminary report of the
offers thousand dollars
one to manufacturerof
watch pocket take it to the polls and and Third Friday Meat Condition Powders any Lemon Crackers 7 operations for that service for the fiscal
whocaa I
ULi RY MERWIX. d L produce as many Ginger Snaps....... T
it will serve as magic by relieving yon unsolicited testimonials showing the merits of Condensed MilL-Eagle.... 1.10&0... year ended Jnne 80, 1832. Th. total
from the of "Oh how shall I M. W.STEWART,Ace:&. his medicine U he can furnish. Champion........ ton to .... I collection from all of internal
quandary
1 source
do do Ben Brand.....,... fJlO&o ....
Vote?" This list will settle it easily. G.%R. Don't bore that cow's horns but cure her with one package of Tilghman's Hiehlana Bnnd..small lots... ...... 133 to... revenue for the fiscal year just endM.

Youn for the public good, O. A.R-Veteran Post, No. 13-Meets every Condition Powders. Monroe Brrd-small. B.ooto... wire fl53.857.M3. For the fiscal year e /I
Angl 8wissUos-XMto.... ended June < 1891 the total collection.
OCCASIONAL. First Tneaday of each month&1 o'clock p.m. Price 25o. per Pa kage. By mail, 35c. New York Milk Gb's. IS oa.at...n.. S.79to.:... 0. ,
were f lM.ObJ.415.: showing increewr
Canned Goods Calli Apricots: l..Lao to .... an
SATSUMA NOTES. P.T.L.QUEKK. en.er.LEWIS. do Green Gages ..... ISO to .... aTl$0 in favor of the fiscal yew
,Adxt. W. G. TILCHMAN do S.Pfumatlb..... LhIt0.... jut ended. There was a decrease in in.
Tim Peachos Ib.Tsffi Yellow......... 1.75 to .... I
Falalka Front tobacco in its
Correspondence : do -!lh.Tabie Yellow.. IJSto.... revenue various.teems
SATSUMA, July 29. Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Palatka Fla. CannedF1ehAtsWisa.......... US olJ9 ol $4,796,777. caused by the redotlon -
Salmon :::::. to .... in taxation There was a leap

What has become of "Tr mp1 Has HOTEL COOUINAJSEISER ACKERMAN & STEWART, Wholesale .Agents for Florida. do Fresh Colnmbii...,,,.....BlverSalmon. ..... LMtOl.M IeprIu. in manufactured productsoU r
be fled lo Cape Cod or is he entranced? =kr&M.I> W .... was the heaviest contributor to

J see no more from bit pen, ao eon- -Jio Guarantees, with his Book oa Influencing the& x.Ton will be able to have your Stock ta oe....... .... ....... 4.oe to 4.20 taeovalw-hiR6,7 with .33Revues.ooed : > '
d d. to t. own. fct-lAdo not come the sex desired. Jf.cost unless you do.. Write for testimonials. and price.. .. I UUoIe Neck CIuIaa..._ LASS 0,,... ; 4 1,813.851. Nfw Xor .
my, ... w VRrLitanageIi, Lobsters.............. 311 to .... stood third, Ohio fourth and PennsyUVAttU ., __,.,.
want ooFenergetlc town left out. It Canned TegBtabl-...a T.oateem. MtoLM ..... ia order. The total amount "' .,
IRUMJI-IY.THE-IEA ruyrl7ty do No.JafarCoru. ..Mtol of beet disbursed tiawf
rofr dnriar
Is true there are hardly enough foracorporal's do No.CTmian4T' SBHoes. IMto ....
do Ne.J Marrow Peas.._....Uoto.iJa 7tar,WII J9. 43,077. of which $5,89Ibhll.
guard left here, bnt thing Buy a 8ing@r. do Xo.ynrtyJaMPea. ..... !JIG to ... west to Lookian
are moving along' just the'l ine. FINE FISHING. do N." Sea.Baked y ma IAI to....
do No.S Boston Brown Bread 1.10&0.... '.
S. A. Baker's palatial house, with its SPLENDID BATHING. Ccitee Green ..........-............. Mto M A sTeeisille On** oplalw
do Roasted Rio...._... oft to .:II Maw Ytmt,.July 23.-The VoUEe $ei-
ill gables, is progressing nicely and12umor When you buy a Sewing Machine don't take any chances but buy the I Table Irish Petatoes-per barr5_... 2J9V 2JApptaejper
BEAUTIFUL DRIVES; hag tAe of the socialists ia 3tens
barrel...... ....... XJSto2J* orge
[ says when that w done he is to SINGER, which you know to be thoroughly reliable in every respect. Different i Cabbage doRcdOukmedo ... ...... York, iu editorial column
I sysn ,
'"'erect business block. CyAccommodaiions ample' Bates ....,..._ 1.a 10 1.25
i a to suit line of work. TEN
styles MILLION
SINGERS acId.
reasonable. every Yellow Onions,per barrel...... .JM&o 3.43 "Tbe atteMt Ka4e ia Pittsbai; Me

.1 Fred. Owins new house is going up Reached via Paiatka or St.Augustine and the The NEW' VIBRATES is unequaled for ease' of operation, beauty of finish TOBACCO CicAarrrxs,ETC. Saturday in itt Immediate effest, to-

like a mushroom. Two weeks ago the East Coast u_. Front teeth iiorlda,via KewSmynu and dnrabslity. AU bearings are'made ot>the best steel, and'all lost motion can wt:'btoody punishment of one' of ttebratal >
and Halifax River Steamer }nor DukcCigarettea.lO ,. AmsrWsn dwpoilers of tabor eea
lumber was In piles, and now the betaken up by limply turning a screw. It has the simplest stick adjustment, Sensation Cut Plug S os. W only cause honest MtUfaction in tb1hesrti
Seal of North Carolina 3 os..... M
house is sided and roofed. THE OSCEOLA best balanced tension,greatest number of labor saving modern Improvements, Gravely' & Miller, Lacy Minion, of alt working men strnavlin* .
] Mr. T. V. Kinks is putting an addition !- Bob Hancock and all leading grades at contract for oar greet case U tab man rick "
simplest Threading shuttle beat automatic bobbin winder and prioca.
greatest capacity should in bit eheckj as a coaee-
pasa
to his store for meat market and Richmond Cheroots-per box.... S.73
18 A I'lR8T-CUM FAMILY HOTEL, BIT- for all kinds of family eewing.: Old Virginia Ch.roou-per box..... E.2S quince of a dose of hta own medicine
ffice.. So.U'-co& a..'.0d&c0Ii..single box administered to him, we should DO*

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hodges started UATED immediately the heart of the cftJ.Bpec.JaI Terms easy. Needles and Oil for all machines Colga.', taove...box-.Jots.-....- 4.W bed a tear. His crimes against orgaav*

Jnnday morning for the North, he on rata tn regular boarders and satisfaction Headquarters for the State, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. do do ten box lots....>.. sap XM bed labor ,have brought him the punishment -
,American that he has merited a thoosandf
In every particular guaranteed. Cupid Family and other brands at -
business trip and she to visit her market prices. old. We da not deplore this act.
11
1 my- R. L. WALL Proprietor. S. H. Matches-Swift&Courtney,Blue Hen, Peer
MARTIN Local'Agent of neb meu.oda. .-
arents and sisters at Cotuit, Cape Cod. less and Cat ana Mouse at manufacturers though" we disapprove

Mr. H. B. Jams returned home some Mort .
L D. EATON M. D. State Hand-Picked Pea
tine ago from his trip to the breezyty. Jel7 Palatka, Fla Beans. SJ3toZ 0 'Tito Paste ....Mt rend.BAUSQH .
pearline,per case.......... a.A
: N. CL, July 28.-W. L. Cab-

)lr. Ernest Cardell returned from hisjacation HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE Hav. Grain. Flow Fertiliser. Etch bell of the tnns-D1lsaisaippi division oC

spent in Massachusetts and BLOCK, PALATKA, FLA. Passenger Schedule. Corrected Weekly by Tertrees Con,old J..T. the United Confederate Veterans, has
announced a meeting for September 17.
'ermont, Tuesday. It K. W. Depot.|
Orne.Hoar.to U a. m., 1 to > p. m. in this city of the committee appointed.

Mrs. O. W. Peer has been tending| tad f 0.p. flee Sundays to 1 p. m. THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN 3'MI f LOA Corn CJTSnbJect, Mixed,per to market sack tie changes.Ibs. ....f IMtotlM at the reunion in Now Orleans a few

ume with friends at Daytona. Patients from a distance can be treated a IDA HllHOn Oats.White per sack 129 Ibs....... 1.90 to 140 lUon'hI1'0 to consider the matter of.
through the mail Office Feed, sack ..... .
consultation free. Ground per ; 100 Ibs l ItoLM monument ox-President Jstfersco
W., S. Bentley left on the 19th forew
Feed Meal, sack 100 Ibs. 1.19
per to 113
apS4mFIFTH
Smyrna to accept a position as SUWAMNEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLOII IIJAa pure Wheat Feed, per lack 10olbs.. L 9toL7) Davis. The committee will meet wit
\ Rust Proof Oats,per .79 the Jefferson Davis Monument ..soda.
I reman on CoL Stewart's contract on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUT- Taking effect JUNE 22, 1802. Standard Ti-e,0th Meridian a Hay,No.1 Timothy, per ton....... 11.00:'TJa tion. The committee consist of one>
Wheat Bran,per ton. "M&0:11.00GrltId :
from each Confederate statev
ail new Coast Railroad. NAM COUNTY, FLA. Jh.I,per S.40U 3J person
Prank West left the same day to ac- NORTH BOUND. Best Patent flour.per bbL.... .. SJ9toB.60 Tbe monument fund ia growing and.
Allen.T. Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per ton.:. 24.Wto23.OS: : prospect are good for the monumenVav
ii a similar position with Major BrantlvyGeorgUBrantUy. Cotton Seed Meal Dark, ton... JOMlonM>>
N0. ft-WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. per erection in few .
a
n. I Divorce, XO. -EXPRES3 MAIL. yean.C..14
till Icy at or near ntunille.rri 't Lean Palatka..........-............... SJiarn Lean Palatka.........._ .... ..., port Ito.1 Cement Linseed Meal .... 3.00
SUM per to J.25
TATTLER. TT APrEARlXO BT AFFIDATTT OF THE Lean Hampton.................... ..... SJMam Leave Hampton... ...............:..... r. s pm Rosendale Cement, per bL. S.Wto9J3 N., Fa*. Jmry.LTTTLX .
L Complaisant In above styled cause that the Lear Lake Oty..............a.......... SX3am Lean City.......................... SJOpm pm Plaster Paris, per toe U sffi
[ NOW TRY THIS- l>efentnuit.Geprgia Brantfey, is a resident of Leave White Springs................... 1.28 am Leae White Spring.................... tvUpm Lime, per '.. 1.10 tc US Boa July 28.-The grsnd
....
the Stato of Georgia at .or near Ute town of Lean Jasper ftMam Leave Jasper.. ..... ............ O. FWteren'Halr,per 4>4to M of Sorter county indicted 8. Ml
:.:::.::.::.:.:::: : .4.pm jury
will ..:
f. cost you nothing and will lirewBwvod.and she 1s over the age of twenty. Vahlosta.. .10.11.... Leave Taldosta:::.::.....:..............lOJSOpm Best Liverpool Salt,
If I II c Leave Ttnoa........................ ...JUUam LeanTbtoa. ... _.. ... ... ........ Florida Orange Box ATIW.w&oto1f' Edward last Saturday for asunltia .
weiy do you good,If you hate a Cough it ... ............ ..... Jl3 am
is therefore ordered that said Georria Learn Jacksonrille S.15pm Leave Jackmntfl .... ......: .... .. Tilghman'r Orange Box Heads .09 to 6
% or any trouble with Throat : Branttey nlead.answer or demur to the Sill Leave Brunswick... ............ .... .... SJOpm Leave BnMwick......... .... ... ........ I.3Opm S.lSam Best; Birch Hoops per bdi. .lit to % I step-daughter for the purpose of ont-
of cotntOaiot herein on or before-the FIRST Leave Cordele.... ......................... IJSpm Leave Cordeie... ................ .. l.AI raging her The sheriff went to his reeidence -
el or Lungs. Dr. xm,', New Dis- :MOXlliYlN SETOUIBER. JL UIM:ithw-. Arrive 1IacoD.... ...... ................... 4.19pm ArriraMaooa.........._..........:.:::.. 4JOamNo. am CaadlM X Ms,,Etc. Tuesday to arrest him saL
for and ;wine a decree pro confesso will be entered found his dead body lying on .tb* Door
ry Consumption Coughs her.
,
against Corrected Weekly Vy R.& Eo.l. Wholesale
leaves aher'UTlnJ ( Smith -
S
Js is U is further ordered that this node Palatka fast West India mall from Tamp and connects at Macon of an unoccupied room. A* soon aa
guaranteed to give relief, or be pa b. Candy Manufacturers,No.7 Lemon n.)
week with all outgoing m. Co 1L B.8. W.R. i.M.& N, R. R Ga.R.; R-E.
for T.
ifahedaoe 1: a fonrooeaeeutlnweekt in traRallne iroad. V-and Georgia: Edward learned that he had been in-
D will be paid back. Sufferers and Maoon and \ .
e'J ....
SUck .
I the Palatka Weekly Tlme .lOo
La found said a newspaper pub- No.4 leaves Pslatka after arrival of trains from St.Augustine and Mtx'atre.2210. OOxs..n. dieted be tied on. end of a striag to bier
n Grippe it just the thing fished] tor Gouty and Oretiit. points East and South Broadway
i 1 under Done this July 2Ttk A. D. J8MIL Florida, and connects at Tif ton with Brunswick and Western from Brunswick. Ga. and Jackson American Mixture 30-lb buckets: ...........JOe toe and ,the otbee to the trigg.rout.,
Ita use had a speedy and TRAXK WRIOHT Oerk. ville, Fla. CloM connection Meaty for KasbvlOe Louisville Cincinnati. Evansville: St. Louis French MlxtoM,ft-lb.boxes....l es double-barreled shot gun both barn_
fect recovery. Try a sample bottle fua-1 IJT D. M.YIaY,1'J C. and Chicago Short Line toWo..d..FaU.riaG.S.A F, C. Y. Lot Ga. Western and; Atlantic Chocolate CreamsD>. boxes.20.MarshmaJows of which were loaded with buck sbov.
Nashville ChattaDoo<<;and 8t. Louis Louisville. and Nashville ,J-Ih.boxes.
but and learn for yourself ;ruts & Gu.u..lOompl&1.8oUdton. ,and.Macon with all oat-going 4
expense Jya -4w trains co Central Raflroad. A. B.Gum Drops S-lb .t Hi* head was blown completely off hiss
how good a thing it is. Trial hot- pure Gum Drops,Mb.boxes..................tpenry body.
free .at Lowry Jb Hnlse'a Drug ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Goods,100 pieces ia box..........
-, Large size, 60c.and 100. SOUTH BOUND. UEYDO OIX. Ov... CllS.WHtrturo :.

IN[ CIRCCIT" COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL OR. Adams Sappota Tolu.per box.... July 28.-Jame* Puns
in ?
of Florida, and
I A REPLY TO 8. L" for Putnam County NO. 3, EXPRESS MAIL, -
No. 1, WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. Tutu Frerei, per .90cM .
Calvin GDlls, Plaintiff, 1 Leave Masco ............... ............ 10.33pm f Leave Macon. ............. ............llJM art Red Rose,per box.We a prominent citiien, and hit wife; moiLv-
or Palatka Time. AtUclllnent Leave Cordeie. Lit CaUfornia Fruit per ..1OePanama -in-law and four children thrown
Leave .. were
8atnla A. Rembert, 4efea-; Leave Tlfton.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SJOam am Leave Ttftoa Cordeie... .:..::.:.:.:..:::::::::::::- fJ5pm: rruftper ......tic ,
s would take at least two columns The defendant and an persons interested are Arrive Brunswick....... ...._.......... f 00 am Arrive Brunswick....................... S X47pm.23 m Blggert Yet,per .....fiIc.viI. : seventy-fire feet over a cliff into the
.F valuable in I hereby required to t1exnand Arrive Jacksonville........ ........... SJ2Sam Arrive Jacksonville.................... P Ohio river, by a runaway bone. Mm.
._ space your paper to declaration filed in atk.InretLi Arrive aldosq......................... 4J8am 1 Arrive Valdosta............. .............IMpta SJO .Phone and her mother received frightful -
'. wer questions propounded by cor FIRST DAY OF AUOU8T next, the FIRST Arrive Jasper............................. Steam Arrive Jaoper........ ...... .............. .JM pm Mixed Nats per pound.-,....JSe and both will
MONDAY of August tees: and they are herebynotified Arrive White Springs... ................ SJAam I Arrive White Springs............... .... TJiOpm pm Peanuts, Fancy per pound................... 6e injurie*, probably.
) respondent "S. L" of Pomona, I will of the tnstitetioa of this cut by attach'ment Arrive Lake City.........................e.i &ID i'Arrive Lake City.................... ..... TJOpm AlmoBd ,per pound.._.17eEn di. An infant child was also dangerously
I only ask to ,and that the property of said defendant Arrive Hampton........................, 848am Arrive Hampton......................... .45pm ctiah Walnuts,per pound.16 e hurt. The other escaped witb
you Bay to "S. L. that if has teen attached to satisfy the'claim of the Arrive Paletka..N..N.N. _........ t.Wam I Arrive Palatka.........................10.25 pm Filberts, per pound....12cPecans.per slight injurie The horse wa scared.
I lie will call at my office in the CourtHouse plaintiff ia this cause. pound... .13e
April 12th,130.: J. H. SHELLEY.Sheriff.. Braril Walnuts,per pound.12e by a train.
any day between the hours of ap1o3lD No. 1 )eave. Mama after arrival of Incoming moraine Trains on Central, SOUth..iem.
Georgia. East Tenoe Virginia and Georgia, Mace and Northern and Macon and Eatontoo A West YIrial Family FlghU
a m. to S p. m. (excepting meal Railroads.y Fresh Xnts. ,
ours), or communicate with ?Es .tOutED l: o.S leaves Macon after arrival of incoming afternoon trains on the Cenrrai. Southwestern (Corrected weekly by Duane Bros, Central Mar* WHZZLCKJ: July 23.-Michael Mab
me by $ ...: Mama and Northern and Georgia Railroads connects at Tiftosi with Brunswick and Wes ket.near Court House ton age 18 years, shot and instantly-

potter, be win cheerfully receive all I e.nedie. ttui do Dot ta.! 1Se t.for Wectesn Brunswick: and JackaonvUte, via Brunswick and Western and Savannah Florida and Cow ........ .... killed Bam Wine tamil
the h atfc or interten with one's business ; at I-alatka for St.AngnstiiM and all points ia East and South F\ Lida. and with St. ) per to dating a )"
nformation concerning school matters. It h.tld. up and fapta.,. the ..eaeealafL Johns and pctlawahaRirersteamers. 1---- .......U to .... quarreL Ho alo shot Mrs. Winesburg.,
thesktm heanttasth.mat eatcae All TraIn arrive and depart from Union Depot*.Macon and Palatka. ; Cats.-..._..10 to 11% fatal injurie Mahtoo and::
I... Respectfully, AT.rr. STRACSZ, .rlalbr frftow this 4 Elegant Sleeping Can will be run oa Trains So. J and No. 4. -.1. to 20 tnfiictisg
phrnclaas and tMdtW aociacr IMie For further information .. .. his father who also took 1m tke.
,apply to Ag ol*at Junction points or tot .. r. ? part
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WKEK1A TIMES A TOieK rBOM FBUITLAND.FRrrnjuo HUTCHTirsOX' FOR CLKKK.PAtATKA ''' .
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: .. :_ LITTLE BROTHERS'Fertilizer
1. ,Au5U 2. 4. !
), August. . .
i-1-A. AUGUST 5, 1892. Editor: Palatka Time i Editor Palatka Tin**. '.
For some week we have been much The choice will soon be made between

_. a---- Interested in the contest before the I candidates for the various

.All .aYrrswut tao.W. 8yed bUk+t and becoDte abort dine Jlllrab" primaries for the offices to be filled al t, offices and it Is necessary, in order tot ] and Phosphate Company,

; the decide intelligently know something
& sAil :taJIUtII.U14 be made brexpreea, coming election. Before the tiex
It M4Y mlerornrlteed a.uer. Issue of your paper the Democratic about those who are asking our suf

M.KtwNZIE: A BCBTZ. mbUahor. voters will decide who shall be their frages.In .
PILATKA.I'LOIUDA.Oryan electing a candidate'for office, : 3-ja.O33J3oi: >r\rmu23, FIaA..
, 4 Box 11 candidates. The canvass has been] any .
what are the qualifications one should -._ i
"
thorough; the people>> will decide. "

.. o/tae County, and We in this part of the county have I require in the person seeking the suffrages .

Gr 'M.Ktane been pleased to note the favorable letters .. of his fellow-citizen, or what Grandest: Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century ,

9f At farmer" from West Putnam regarding the I motive should actuate us' In exercising

o candidacy of Joseph Price for the office oar sovereign rights 'as trustees of the -VTZi-
'
x Dem* ratl ConTenUon*
of Clerk of the Circuit Court, The commonwealth and conservators: of our

Congressional Convention,first District office is an one-it be I own rights and liberties. If "may bf
important may The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer "ATHOME"
mecU in :Marianna August 17. saU the most important to the peopleof permitted to answer my own !question, ,

the county. In Joseph Price we I would say that the first qualification with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Company

Democratic Primaries -Thursday r I have a man eminently fitted for the!I should be U'SOnallntegrlty and punty whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.

llth.WATIOSAL. of character the next should be not
August position a man familiar with all th I
;
Large Stock of Potashes Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Material ]
duties of the office,as large an acquaint. only the ability to perform the service ,

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ante as any man in the county. Iden. required, but the applicant should befitted on hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that j

For -President: hOed with the interest of the people!I by such experience and knowledge have been tested throughout the State. j+

CLEVELAND.For thoroughly honest md capab.e to perform of the world as will enable, him to ,
GROVER transact public affairs with SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.
the duties of the office, we in thi I accuracy "

Vlce-Fresident: part of the county are satisfied to trust. and expedition. In scanning the character .

ADLAI E. STEVENSON.For the administration and care of tha t of Hon. Henry Hutchinson, I Little Bros' Fertilizer and Phosphate Company, i
think the people of Putnam'County
Piesldential Electors: office to "Joe," feeling assured that he !
have in him a candidate for County
T. M. SHACKELTORD, will always be the same courteous) and Clerk fulfilling all the qualifications in .' # JACKSO -VlLLEFLORIDA. ;
-
B. B. BLACKWELL efficient officer in that position, as in, an eminent degree. When a boy he -- !

A. E. MAXWELL, those heretofore heWby him. was always striving to excel and as he IRe 1C. H. THOMAS.BAYWOOD WHO WILL BE SHERIFF? THE COUNTY JUDGESHIP. ;
drank from the fountain of knowledge
W. N. THOMPSON: VOTER.
hie was no superficial draught; he FLA., August 2. Barton la th. Lead on the Mom Stivtch PALATKA, August 4.

WHEK THE UKART IS AfTECTED drank deeply from the pierian spring, Editor Palatka Thou: for tho Jtonlaatloa. Editor Palatka Time l)
TICKET. and while other boys were at play he i Editor PaUtka Tlmca.
DEMOCRATIC
STATE By Rheumatism or any of the muscles The near approach of the primaries "Men are never so likely to settle a :
9 + was at study. When he was only thirteen This Is the question more than
any
to the Democrats of Putnamthe question rightly as when they discuss it
th'at'oigan like suggests :
_, For Governor- near it Is tamper he entered LaFayette College in other that is puzzling little less than a freely." }
with an electric wire for death Brooklyn, going there from Tallahassee I Importance of making wise selections -
HENRY MITCHELL.For ing may; : dozen anxious candidates for this
important Being a firm believer in the senti :
come at moment. If life is worth his native place, in the late six- of candidates for the several
Secretary of State any ties, and there made a brilliant recon' offices. The canvass so far has partakenmore office. Of course every one ment which your Alliance editor has j
$5, go to the druggist aid get DrDrummoad's for scholarship. Financial difficulties has their Mends, and all of the pa placed al the head of his columns, I :
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, of the nature of a jollification
Lightning Remedy or prevented his completing education triotic citizens who are williug to
sacrifice feel I hesitation too
no
in asking
Justice Supreme Court, send to the Drummond Medicine Co. there, and after his return to Florida, among old rien< i than that of a political their and business space :
t
pleasure discuss the three candidates for the :
48- O Maiden Lane New York and to the new home his father had madeat campaign. This is as it shouldbe.
r K. FENWICK TAYLOR.For Oakwood on Crescent Lake, where Friends and neighbors widely serve their country will get more or County Judgeship-Messrs. William R. :

General they will send yon a large bottle by Henry now lives, he and Tom Gautier. separated have been brought togetherin less votes. DeWitt, M. I. Cuxe and N.II.Thomas.
Attorney prepaid It is not as quick as of
express. one our present honorable Boar of Burton. Hagan and Davis seem to In the first place the office in
[ various sections of the old ques-
W. B. LAMAR. electricity, but it will save you if )ou Commissions, would take their books county; lead all the others with the
race in
tion Is of the the
j take it in time after the day's chores had been finished friendships hare been rekindled and one mostimptrtantin

Tor Comptroller, Agents wanted. and when too tired for anything new ones formed. But we all feel in favor of tturton. Hagan has a good county. Its power extends in the trial

W. -D. .DLOXn L but sleep, walk a couple of miles to an this section of the county that the time following in Palatka, Davis on the of civil and criminal causes, equal to a \

The "Don't" Cigar is made of pure old log schoolhouse and together for action has now come and we are Peuio'ula., but Burton is strong all Justice of the Peace, over the entire

For Treasurer, tobacco, and is not''doctored"with artificial ., study their self-imposed lessons, re around; his friends are quiet but active but far the most .
by important.It
called to select one candidate for county,
maining some times to a late upon
COLIJNS.
C. B. and probably injurious flavor very workers anj the roundup
in grand the who It almost -
si es man occupies
hour. They: kept this up for years; asa each of the several offices, and we owe
Hatchett sells them at $35 per 1,000. result have fitted themselves on the night; of August lllh the
Superintendent Public Instruction, for po it to the respect we have for good unlimited power over the property
sitions in life they could not otherwise Major will come
smiling.
up of widow and orphAn. and the
W. N. SHEATS. PUTNAM HALL NOTES.Compondencfl management in public affairs, as well
hope to attain. Henry was a successful devotion to that This is as it should be,the great body estates of the dead. The County Judge:
as our party unity He
For Commissioner of Agriculture, Falatka Times. candidate for the Legislature of select good and capable men. We must of old Putnam's voters feel that in Mr. appoints administrators, orders sales of
PUTNAM HALL 1. 1891, making a splendid run and scoring lands the final accounts of
August select for each position who will] passes on
L. B. WOMBWELL, a brilliant His services men Burton, without detraction from his
If you will bear with me I will tell while there were victory.satisfactory and not command the party vote only) but friendly competitors, that they have a those who have property in charge
very and it is to that the
hlllln'y see estates -
you some things as they appeared tome while he lacked the experience older men qualified and fitted for the position man who is honest and capable and
of accessed are not mismanaged
PRIMARIES.Before he Now feel that .the persons
seeks.
T.THE in regard to the barbecue and picnic legislate he was a faithful and efficient we will unflinchingly do his whole duty, and to guard with zealous
our next issue reaches our office of County Judge is a position of regardless of fear or favor. The Major
worker In his and
seat
at this place on the 27th ult. always and whose care the interests of widow and or-
readers the election of Putnam ever on the alert not only for the interests great responsibility one is too well known to enter Into A personal We the
primary In the first place, will, say that it was I duties arc constantly increasing.; The description his name during this phans. can appreciate respon-
recorded with the of his county but the State at sibility of an office which requires its
will be
County is ez-officio the legal been
the largest collection of gentlemen and large. In the matter of an appropria-- County kludge primary race has on every tongue, to watchful
events of the past. Whatever may be ladies that ever visited this place on a, tion for the State Normal School the agent of"Hhe widows and fatherless and the papers have teemed with his occupant over a score exercise or more a of different care ea-

' a the voice of jrutnam County's Democracy similar occasion. The following places I bill would have been defeated but for children Interested, who in Vndivided in many instances estates. it are is praise lie from all sections the county tatas, and that an unusually shrewd,
Is certain to be nominated and
as expressed by the result of the were numerously represented: Melrose ., his personal efforts In its behalf; according office that to thinking as honest and capable man is needed to
a
an soggest the nomination is to election
paramount
to the terms of the Merrill bill
primaries, THE TIMES will not arro- should be ted of till it. For this office the county needs
voter unquestioned
Green Cove Springs McMeekm the State ibt a' small, appropriation, by one Putnam County is sure of a good
honest and law-
' a capable
pains-taking
gate to,itself any honor in the deter JohnsonInterlachen, Hannville, and< obtained a cash amount of $15,000, honesty and one whose Democratic Sheriff for the next four Every, man to his trade and
ruination of that result. From the record as a citizen inspires confidence. years. So mote it be.. yer. ,
last but not least, Palatka in force which Is increased $1,000 annually for We know in ttt section why when you have an office to fill which
nothing s OBSEBVIR.KKV.
\ : .
outset we determined upon a course of I am glad to say that Grandin Joined ten years, thus securing to our educational any one of the three candidates offering requires, a lawyer put in a lawyer. A

fairness to every candidate whose desire hands In making the occasion a success, interests $25,000. Again, as the for this position would not makea J. A. MO8ELV farmer can make a good legislator, or a
chairman of
to enter the field. one thousands committees and officer! bet-4At .13. doctor a good J collector; but a law
prompted jm and good capable .
and enjoyable as .
a*pleasant
possible. ,he saved of dollars d
WOt till the of the
WrierltEen aTwe section of the N. H. Thomas BANN4 FLAAu 3St 1. yer place familywould
do that it Is county .
now, Others were on hand with well to the State innumerous economics.Henry's : goofsupport. Faulk.sThe '" :\, ..JY- tltfetttr'aa
Editor
.'bf Norwalk will receive u
I- .-. gone of the distinguished privileges that filled baskets, and many who had never antecedents are good but as Esq His long, and varied a expe- time of the political Judgment fill the office of County J1dge.

every American citizen has to aspire too visited, this section before expressed Bobby Burns said, "a man's a man for. rience as a Trial Justice, and the fact day draweth nigh. Eleven and being a Justice of the Peace\give9\
a' that still (if will not be am'Mtc days more
:
&ial position and he reflects a commendable ; that he' has reached that in life a man no idea of the duties of County
themselves as highly pleased and age
espe show that while to his personal iachM.1: ; becomesthe many of our political aspirants will hear Judge. Those who will leave estates
ambition whea in the use of dally with the dinner. The lemonadeand try and food habits M dueMs!, 'present where maturity Judgment
I controlling motive of action, seems the sad denunciation from :the political after their death don't wish to see
every legitimate means he labors to ice cream stands were liberally high standing, he comes from sot only In[ our estimation to specially qualify board: "Depart; we know thee then wasted or mismanaged.And .

secure his election. Our columns have patronized which was instituted for the good but dUtinguisned parentage. Hisgreat him for this responsible position. Mr. not." we want a stralghl-op-and.

been held subject to the pleasure of of raising fund to furnish grandfather, Eliezer Whcelock, Thomas Is on record as being opposedto down Democrat; a man who believes
purpose was the founder of Dartmouth College, Well Mr. Editor, I hope the county in white and
each and every candidate, and those the new Masonic Ball, which, when and his father's father was a classmateof extravagant expenditures of public will be wise in selecting good Intelligent man who calls supremacy black "black", says and white so; a

candidates who have an.1led.'them. fully completed and furnished, will be Daniel Webster's at the same college monies, and as an relief advocate of all measures worthy men; and we do hope the white, firmly and politely. We don't
to
people
promising our
selves of this advantage have been ex. the most creditable hall in the county. graduating with him. Oar older from burdensome taxation he wouldbe I manv voters of Putnam will consider want a man In whose court a negro
citizens remember with the worthiness of Rev. Mr.
tended every opportunity to make their In the afternoon some of the ,candidates pleasurehenry's a wise and conservative attache of our Mosely constable is high sheriff.
father Charles Hutchinson for Superintendent of Public Instruc-
made which the Court House. With all due defer I William R. De Witt would never be
claims known to the public. LIb all speeches, were cut than whom no truer Democrat or tion. He Is certainly competent
very ; such officer for a.l the
an offices
in the
other members of the Democratic short by a little row among some of the stancher friend ever lived. ence to other aspirants, we say let us I a profound scholar, a collegiate grad land.

brotherhood, we have felt that this has little boys; and as it is quite likely Henry makes the run at the solicits vote for N. H. Thomas. A VOTER. uate and a teacher all his life, and a OBSERVER.

that some one else will give you more tion of his friends and If merit is high-minded Christian gentleman.
HUNTINGTON AND .
been a contest strictly inside our ownfamily the details of the barbecue I For the color thickening VICIXITT.CorrefpondeDC
fully will restoring ,
; worth accounting he is bound to win. He deserves the office, and I feel it our
lines, and when the people render give my opinion and not only mine but ONE OF His MANY FRIENDS.Bipans the growth, and beautifying the hair, duty to support nim. I don't wish to. *Palatka TU&e

their verdict on the 11th day of others, in regard to some other matters and for preventing baldness, Hall disparage the merits of any of the. HujrmfOTOK, August 3.

this month we must ring down the and ticularly the one is the that abominable I allude to more par of Tabules cure Jaundice. Hair! Keoewer is unsurpassed other candidates for the same office. H. J. Barlow is visiting the Ancient
practice
Hearing >ou are scarce of material
curtain on the preliminary scenes, and candidates carrying or sending liquor the citizens of St. John. county TAX COLLECTOR. for the Legislature, we will mention City this week.

the great Democratic party of Putnam into the country to all the gathering congratulates themselves by frequent M few very good men in the northwest We are glad to see the pleasant

must close no its ranks, and with eyes on these occasions. There are good visits from that generous and noble Cx>scENT CITY, August 5. corner of our great old Putnam, who countenance of our young friend 1
men In this section who will not tol- Editor F&latka Time are governed by the noble of
fixed and principles Reamer Harrison
upon victory following the hearted pioneer of a new settlement on in town.
erate anything of the sort much longer; Those who think Mr. T. N. Gautier
the and noble
step of our selected leaden elect them the Matanzas river called Summer great Cleveland waiting I see the registration book for (;omo
and call the
of the
we upon? good men Haven Col. J. L. Burton whose will be left out. in this race will have for the office to seek to them. Dr. i
by handsome majorities.The county to assist us in putting it down. Frank Mcllae and S. i Timmons District No. 5, will be open at this
and associations He has ,
declaration has frequently been Men must have a poor opinion of the. genial him at home friendly wherever he makes Col. an eye opener on next Friday. who are well known all over the place on Wednesday of this week f

made, and not without some show of men whose support they expect to receive Burton says that his love for goes.Florida is lost no time, and has industriously circulated county are both competent and very Those desiring to register should attend -
that they can be influenced and I .among his friends in the county worthy men, and the lion. Edison to it at once.
truth, that our national and state goyernmedts : divided between Pntnam and St Johns,
i bought with a drink or two of whisky. but ho reserves the choice of his home and made scores of new friends Judd, who Is from the east 1 believe Mrs. T. H. Braddock and family, accompanied
were tending towards centralization I can see no other reason or motive for been
from Connecticut. He has
the It isrumored here'that and orange grove and to his people of wherever he went. Tom is a good I living by Mr. Brown, have gone
; that the primary principles practice. here among us for nan represented to Coronado Beach.
many ;
Putnam to that Putnam is his home '
say Democrat citizen and well
of the candidates chipped In and boughtthe a good I' his in the Connecticut Much has been said
republican government were silently and there he expects to live and did county and written
sappibg away from the touch of the whisky. We would like to know but will give old Augustine secondplace liked[ wherever known. He is one of Legislature before he came here as a about who is to be the next Sheriff and
who did and who did not. Don't all the Board of County Commissioners -I Democrat, and has walked the plain Clerk for Putnam
This claim b. made in his will. Putnam county present County; In fact, I
people. cannot
speak at once. Now, in justice to all line of democracy
ever since be settled believe there has ban
should appreciate such a man as Col. a conservative business man, more or less
.. by the members of the Democratic partie'twill say there was not a single Burton, a firm and true Democrat, and I to him here, and would be an honor to our said about all except the Collector,
hope see win.
in Putnam in regard to on the grounds Legislature. Mr. E. B. Lane an educated Now 11th
party County will tried and not found wanting; always at as August Is drawing nears
but if this practice Is pursued it CmzEN. worthy gentleman, would makean I should ask the voters
the selection of county officers. It is his post of duty, firm and resolute to to remember

the people that must make the selec- not Now always I will be so. few of the support the rominee of the democratic Take of Deard and i excellent legislator and Mr. J. H. that we are aspirant for that position
give a reasons party a friend to all and an to good care your Mallett, who in kis boy days fought in the person of Mr. Thomas N,
tion, and not a packed convention.Let why we deprecate this action. Our none,; liberal and flee io his enemy expressions keep it clear of gray hairs so as to retain through the Mexican War; then, for Gautier,of Crescent City who is' well

the Democrats of Putnam County wives go there, our daughters go there and: and a true and tried Democrat your young looks by using Buck more excitement, went to the California known to all of us, as he is one of the '

show themselves worthy of such a our sons and oar small children, and believes that to the victor belongsthe tneham's Dye for the Whiskers. gold mines and handled the present Board of County Commission
trust by selecting good we don't think it the proper influence spoils. Under this banner of true shining dust, and when the little sprnt ers. Mr. Gautier has been a memberof
men. nor example. In the next place we broke out between the States went in the Board about
democracy the people of old Putnam Several valued communications have a year, and has
do not intend to have the of
feelings on the Confederate side and remained made a good and .
have selected Col. Burton their judicious officer always .
Don't forget country friends and ladies harnessed in this as been received but too late for this ,
; our manner, choice for the nomination of sheriff for until it closed. He then married and looking ttt matters from a bas!
everybody, that on next Thursday, the and they forced, under the circumstances Putnam county no better and wiser issue. They will appear next week. settled on Etoniah Creek, where be ness standpoint He has also held

llth, will be the day on which you willsect to .spend the day in this, restless selection could; have been made, owns one of the finest plantations in the position of Assistant Assessor, and ,

your choice for the various offices apprehension, fearing that someone and St. Johns county will hail with the State. Ha is well informed, has a given entire satisfaction in every
will get drunk and do some mis pleasure the nomination of Col. Barton FOR SALE. sound, strong mind and the best sort respect. I am sure if Mr. Gautier i s '
-and don't to"fro' 'em like
forget you chief. and Putnam will be in safe of material for the Legislature. Nothing elected to the office of County Tax
want'er," as an colored man remarkedthe Now, in the next place I think if the hands, for the next county four years to come. could pass there without his Collector it will be In good hands, and f.

other day. Don't let anybody convince ladles can do without liquor all the -Su Augustine Press.8TREGTu 4,000 ACRES DESIRABLE LA5Don knowledge, and he couldn't be scared, by his polite and gentlemanly manners

against will but makeup time the men can at least one day. It Indian River at a reasonable price on eaI7 bought, hired nor kicked off the right we shall have nothing to regret In

you your II not my purpose to argue the cause ofmperance. AND WEALTH.If terms, within a abort dUunce of Tiwevine track. There are several others, but casting out ballot on the 11th of A ..
your minds before leaving home for & I know men have a rightto i we wont't crowd your columns. gust for Thomas N. Gautier.
whom you will cast your vote, and use drink If they wish; but we simply you are not feeling strong and the Indian Ricer lUtxopolli. Two ra.UrMda I We hear a great deal of sarcasticand Kn-<> t

that determination through to the end. add if the 'will,the wishes of the ladies healthy, try Electric .Bitters If "La CTOM th.lADe nt may be Men by e\Hlag on laughable sport made of some one -sax>

must be respected in this particular, or Grippe" has left you weak and weary, J. 1L CAKPEXTEK, of our number who has announced As a general liniment for sprains '

Oar course at the present time is the votes will telL use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts M3-tt Opera Hoo e Block,FftUtka,n*. himself a candidate for Congress. Well, and bruises or for rheumatism lame

plain. The of New York Now Mr. Editor, I beg your pardon :Mr. F.ditorJ think that is very Im back deep seated
Democracy directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidney or muscular
for much of time pains
monopolizing so your For politic. If a citizen feels himself ,
Sale Kent very
In the approaching struggle should pre. and if this finds its way to your columns ?, gently aiding those organs to per. ..or much Bullock, and could kick the McKmlev Chamberlain's Pain Balm|Ia unrivaled.

sent solid front to the common enemy. I think it can be understood. for: their functions. If you 'are tariff into a cocked hat, and For sale by Ackerman & Stewart

Loyalty to the cardinal Democratic Cm Boxo. afflicted with Sick Headache, you will THE SARATOGA HOTEL,PALATJU, could shake the force bill down the unconstitutional Druggists, *
,find and permanent relief by
speedy
principles and the regularly nominated The system is rendered malariaproofwhen taking Electric Bitten. One trial will FLORIDA.. or kick the gable Congressmen's end of the universe throats, The World's Fair Is already drawing

S aad$4ate is the: supreme duty of the the blood is kept pure and vigorous convince you that this Is the remedyyou mHIS POPULAR HOUSE ISO WELL AM out, and that he is simon pure Anglo crowds-one year before It

hour.the -From David". Hill's bUn to by the use of Ayer'a SarsapriHa. need. Lame bottles only li0c. at .I. public favorable U offered known for to the...;towirt or it can and be travels tawed- Saxon ("Selah!" I do hope the Convention June more than 90,000 'people opens. In

Tammany society, July 4,1892. At this season all should have this Lawn & Wrug store. as tt BOW aC&Bd.l.mnfomtahed. at Gainesville will renominate or a
The ew* r night fornita Handing Furniture, dally average of 3,100 visited the
Col. Bullock. He Is the
The Democratic: primaries will occur admirable preparation at hand. Mali.? Let all tree Democrats torn out and or ren tluoacbout and complete. aatiBfaetorTtena man. Colonel grounds and paid 25
cents
wen offered.Tot Sanchez and Colonel Cooper are both each to see
next Thursday the different voting rial poison is harmless when Ayers vote at the primaries next Thursday fan particular and term*,apptr to very good men. the sights. The largest MitmiUnco

precincts. Sarsaparina. i* used \ August 11th.f i I._.*. C. P. DEVXKZUX.PaUUa.ru, G. W.A.JrlcRnx" D. oq Hf 1M day WM 12,011.. My-$. ,

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THE COMMITTEE RICHARD TENBROCCK DUD.ft. FIGHTINGBACK.Carnegie ; an organization, have no more to do ,
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Os.e ..._... .........Jr. Tartras i FATALFLASH. Department U conducted bjLEWIS with the People's Party than the other
[ .. .. .
Dine Se p.'t. MOBKIS, County Lecturer, who numerous fraternal societies of this

Sat *'.-Elcharc is alone responsible for its utterances. State have do this
That was to Report on the FBASCISCO. Aug. Officials and Pinker. to with it. Only can

Tenbroeck the famous horseman wet be raid: That the members of the Alli-

Homestead Case. found dead in hit bed at the Hermitage 1 Careless Smoker Causes a tea Men Under Arrest. "Men are as never liked' to settles l ance, for the moat part, find in the

near San Mateo. CaL No one was neat Fearful Explosion. luesuon rightly as when they discussit platform of the People's Party formulation

An Agreement Could Not Be at tbe time and so erratic had the ol. They Are Charged with Murdering freely.-Macaulay. of much of the "teaching they

Reached by Them. gentleman become that be experience Forty Men were Injured and the Strikers.Six -THJS have experienced, and an enunciation*
help. He had DIBECTOBT Or OBOEB.STATB !:
great difficulty in keeping Four Killed. of their most vital principles. Naturally
been in circumstance were
The Whole Matter was Referred to exceedingly poor Carnegie Men and Ten of the OaGUU TIOS. a large part of them look upon
since his wife secured a divorce frou President..........Jl. P.But n,Anthony FU.
but
the Full Committee for Ao- him and had arranged with parties U A Naphtha Taak &lew: Up. nd Threwa Detectives Will Have to An.ewerFriok's viaPresident..D.W.Adz.su,TlollJ1lriDeo FU. the new party as a star of hope; :

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that 8eeretal'J' J. A.Moor.Pviuaoola)1a. the fraternity assumes no control ovcr-
tion-What the House take an inventory of his effects eo Blase of Light 400 Feet 5-Weeka- e Treasurer.._....c.8. Young Orleans Fla

and Senate) Did.WASHIROTON. he could convert them into mach High-A Necktie Party Old Child bud.'Prns.wBo. Lecturer............A. W. Week.OUpley,Tie nor dictation regarding their political
needed coin. Tb. party mentioned came conduct L. it

Aug. 4.-The sub-oom. according to promise bat calling and May Yet R.au1t.SMtUCOnuD. Aug. 4.-The locked out rcvaAx oonrrt oaoamnnos' .

mitt_ of the house Judiciary committee rapping on the doors produced no isponse. *- men at Homestead have struck back at T. W. Balph. president HoOitter; Mrs. A.
The old turfman would haveno 0., Aug. 4. While Townsend. Vice president, Honnnpoa; O. Ie.Wbicoom Many honest people nor yet with at,
are bopelMlr divided on the subject farther use for earthly pelf.. lie wa' about 200 men were standing around the the Carnegie officials and Pinkerton retarj-treaaiTr MCITOM; Lewis but who, to some extent, see the deplorable -
i of the Pinkerton investigation and found cold in death with his arms fold detectives Hugh Ross who is accusedof Morns< Big Four wreck at Cold Springs, some ofthe
McMcwkiii! J. W. L. Cannon, doorkeeper, condition of the large part
have decided to leave the matter to the ed upon his breast. Worriment over idiot the burn murder and aggravated riot is out on Francis; J. )I. Cannon assistant doorkeeper,
full lost fortune and old are had sent him tc smoking a pipe emptied John Hancock serteant-at-anas ple..are asking this question!
committee to whether there a $12,000 ball swore out warrants for wkiL
say the great beyond. ing contents of the bowl into some debris B 'In what do to remedy -
way ;you propose
ahall be a report or not, and if one. the Richard Tenbroeck was born in New which unfortunately had become the arrest of six of the Carnegie official SUBOROCTATK: LODGES the evils of?"

nature of it. Mr. Dates, the chairman York 83 years ago. and came from one saturated with naphtha from one of the and ten Pinkerton detectives for mar FALATKA.C. complained
familirtof To all such I would respectfully recommend -
of the of the proud old Knickerbocker
committee of fire. wu appointedto H. attended West : wrecked cars. Instantly there was a d.r. L Bowtoa rreaidentt Joseph Price, Secretary.
the state. :
Empire a study of the People's Party
draw .
up a report on the inTestigation. The accused are Chairman Frick, Secretary
Point Military Collie in 159 and 1830.: flash and a tongue of fire ran along the
and accordingly drew up a most but left tbe institution ere be graduated. ground for a distance of about fifty feet. Lovejoy, Superintendent Potter, SAX KATBO. platform, adopted by their convention

elaborate document covering the foil Among bit sohoolmates were Lee and The men went to work at once to extingulsh Corey, under superintendant at Homestead S. J.. Wells, president; 0. R. Taackw. g.c.retarr. held at Omaha July 4, 1892.

Magrnder of Virginia, and Emory, ol In future that document will be
of ,
loops the investigation. He tub- the blaze which slowly worked ; Vice Chairman Leashman aoITtnt'K.N. ages

bitted it to the committee and. after Maryland its way to the tank from which the General Manager Curry. Robert and .Co Crews president Bostwlcx; J. T. Ha*. framed with the Declaration of Independence

talking it over for three hours, they STABBED HER HUSBAND. naphtha had leaked. The men were repeatedly William Pinkerton; eight detectives- cock,secretary,ttostwlck.JE. ," and both alike pointed to-

reached the conclusion by a rote -'" cautioned be careful but Bedell, Primer, Dart, Cooper. Bindey -uJlCU. as the palladium of our national existence
Mrs. An-U Slagl*. r-s a Knife al to as .V.Smith, presldeat ,Franeis; J. X. Cannon
of to a, that they could not Neville. McConnell and Dewey. and the then prosperity of our
agreeto >.m.itl. Q..rr.l. time passed they became indifferent ,secretary, Francis. ,

it, one Republican voting with Mr. Sr. Louts, Anjr. 4.-Mrs. Annie Singleton About half an boor elapsed when Frick will not be arrested while eon nC1'l'U1fDo people. The charges brought against

Gates and the other two Democrats and and good-looking mar there was a terrific explosion of the fined to his home, but as soon. he ap- Thos. Hind president, GMrgetown. ; L W. George III. in the first "declaration
young: Hawkins secretary Oeomtown.BOLUSTIJU
one Republican deciding that a report aied woman stabbed and mortally naphtha tank. A small stream of the j..ajs on the street are not more true than those brought

honld be mad. While all the mem wounded her husband. tbe result of a oil not larger than a wheat straw had The death of the 5-weeks-old baby of O. W.oteIo president,UoUiiUr; 8. F. Bax against our present rulers, comprising-

ben of the committee admitted that the domestic quarrel superinduced by too reached the blaxe. The flame ran up Frick's is announced. ter.secretaiy Uollister. both of the old political parties in the-

report was thorough and impartial still the side of the iron end. and then with wan BKAXCH.John .
the majority that there marked attention paid by the husband the thunder of the explosion there was Tk. CMBMM4IBK O ..n..t... Harvey, president, BanaerrlUe; w.J. second declaration enunciated at Om-

some thought were to some other woman. The stabbing a flash of light that illuminated the PTTTSBCBO, Aug. Lieutenant\ Colonel Miller secretary.feannerrlUe.ICMECKU.. aha, just one hundred and sixteen
points in it which did not .
meet their views. As Mr. Oates quite ex. occurred at their home, and just aftei whole heavens for an instant. Streator has been arrested at his H. W. Roop president, McKeekia; B. X.Beyle years after she first was made. I confess

Pressed it, they thought "it might kick they had seated themaelvM the sapper One man, a few hundred feet away home in Washington, Pa., on charge ,secretary,McMeekin.xoawa. to an Inability to conceive how it
said the blaze of extended
both way.." Accordingly, the whole table. The husband, Ben Singleton about 400 feet. light The burning upward oil was of aggravated assault and battery and :. is possible for any well informed and,
matter U referred back to the full com had home considerably the .assault and battery preferred by Private G. J. l'armenter..pretlaient. Norwalk secretary
mitt. com thrown every way, and forty people candid person, free from party prej-
.
Loc Norwalk.PVUAa
ett
won. for liquor and being in an ugly were badly burned tour fatally.A lams. Colonel Streator went be- Benjamin
There ware very few senators present mood was soon quarreling. The quarrel relief train went to the scene of the fore a justice and waived hearing for an *ALL.S. udices to find a single statement of

when the session opened, nor did there grew from words to blows and in a explosion at once from here. The whole appearance at the September term of .K.Tbnmons president Putnam hall; LB.l'aJual. fact in the last named document, of
appear to be any pressure of business husband fell to the floor in He bail in ,
before moment the locality is in mourning over the event court Pittsburg. gave Lane secretarr Banana doubtful veracity.
the body. A resolution offered with the blood flowing from a great and if the man with the pipe is found a pro on each charge and was released. ..
by Mr. P.U1<<,.w. calling on the secretary gash over the heart. She was taken to necktie party might result. Colonel Hawkins was not arrested, ai L. J. Arnold president, Peniel; J. P. Boyd Consult the new "declaration' then-

of war for a report as to all army the Third District substation and locked he is still on duty at Homestead secretary,Pentoi. all you who have the slightest idea that.

officers who hare been tried by court- up. An ambulance came and towk AN ALUANCEMAN ABDUCTED. suoo. everything is wrong! and wish to leanu

martial during the put ten years their the bleeding husband to the Dispensary, G...rml CaraakM Kassa. eu1' Holmes Erwin. President, Pomona; W. I*. how that wrong may be righted,

rank, offense, verdict rendered and punishment where the wound was pronounced fatal The Cause Tf M to Pretest a Special T.. KANSAS City Aug. 4.-Major General Henle, Becretair Siva L. 21*
imposed, was the subject of wzr.Aza.B.J. .
considerable discussion. BASE BALL R CORD. Levy l. KMUM.ABTHOSY. James R. Carnahan. commander in Broad president Welaka; A. .A.. Kus-
Objection was made and considerable Aug. Considerable 'excitement chief of the Uniform Rank Knights of groT,secretary,Welaka. Read carefully the platforms of the-

debate was had, and finally, on motion The following are the game played baa been occasioned in this Pythias of the world bas arrived in the riDKiu.1. rourr. great parties, and know for yourselfthat

of Mr. Manderson, the resolution by the Southern and National Leagues. county over the abduction of Amon city The general was accompanied by C. D. Pearson, president ; Co. Wilkinson they are very similar. The issuer-
was referred to the committee military 1 r., Secretary
on .
affairs. Sutfc.*ra IA.(... Farmer Alliance member of the boardof several members of his staff and many SATSCXA BIOHTS. is really a battle for the o Ices.-

In the house, filibustering over tile At Atlanta-Atlanta, 6; Montgomery county commissioners and the attempted other Carnahan prominent comes to Pytbians.superintend the General final L L Cardall President; O.A.Oodfrey.lSec'y ,They belong to the same system; be-

World' Fair appropriation was resumed 0.At abduction of Alex. Terrell, a arrangements for the great encampment.* C3EIIC&Jrf: CITY.President lieve in the same plutocracy they look

and no quorum voting on a motion to Chattanooga Chattanooga, 8; Republican member of the board. Fo'ur He bas had early reports from the various 1'.T. Rutherford j Secretary, HughFindlay. alike towards Wall street and tuna
take the house and New Orleans, 4. Citv.H05T1KOTO5. ,
recess adjourned committees in regard to the Post- ffice.Crescent
Democratic caucus was anaofcaoed for At Birmingham Birmingham. 5; or fire masked men called Mr. Farmerout of the work, to that be their faces away from the great qnestion -

S o'clock. __ Mobile, 4. J' '" of bed just before dawn took him progress sesses aa accurate knowlege of incest W. II, Cole president, Hnntington; J. L of relieving the masses. If thfrPeople'

Xatlal lAi... Into a carriage and that was the last what remains to be done to have everything Marshall secretary Hnntington.O. will
Party a good cam-
A Yeuag Mtker Horrible CM*.. At Boston-Boston,8; New York. 8. seen of him.Commissioner. in readiness for the advance guardof this year, the wage beginning of that.

QALUPOUS, 0.. Aug. i.-Miss Ella At Brooklyn-Washington, 1; Brook Terrell was out of town the thousands of knights who will be 0. L. Whltcomb president Melrose; Mrs. final division ot forces will occur.

Harris, aged U, residing at Wilksrille. lyn.At 8. Cleveland-Cleveland 12 St. when the abductors called for him. The here in three weeks. Charles Baldwin secretary, Melrose. which will array against each other inv .

Vi&loa county, committed a horrible ; board of commissioners was to have m cons hostile the friends and the oppo.nentt
Louis 10. to make levy for the payment of toe A Balce la IVaf_ H.J.Grtm,president;W. O. Smith, secretary.Postoace camps
crime. Her not of of this social -Progressive -
were aware system.
parent
5 4.
At Chicago-Chicago. ; Pittsburg. CHICAGO L-A between ,Lake Como.
the old Harper Aug. agreement
judgment county ,
tha fact that she was about to become a At LouitriU.-Louitrill.; Cincinnati Aaxxx'S KILL.A. Age.
and she stole to deeo- bonds, required by a mandamus issued the ofidals of the Chicago, Bur-
mother away a 4. .L. Barker,president; C.R Abeints, socreUry -
tat. house, where her infant was born. __ by the supreme court two weeks ago.: Ungton and joincy and representative Po t- ffloe,Lo 100ea. The People's Party, with a canvass
The better class of Harper county's tax*
While a neighbor was going after a The Third On*..*.
of of the road the
payers has advised the board to make the employee by of only a few weeks (6) In Oregon
physician she took pocket knife ao4 THQMASYILLE, Os., Aug. 4. -Alex the AlIi.nc.lead.n la Urmsef Which substantial general It Is distinctly understood betweenthe
cot the little one's throat from ear toear the levy but are a polled a little less than fifteen thou.
i Little a young white man was arrested favor of ignoring the mandamus and demand aat.4 wages of the employes was proprietors of Tax Texas: and the sand votes; a record unparalled in the

is this county and taken to Jefferson that the commissioners refuse to has gone into ...ec.A con- conductor of this department that he history of new parties we will surely
make the levy or r ( 9Tb.. cause of Mro.* between officials and H dele-
<*
A D
The in fall elections
the State the
&OJif'JloTi&i. Hie offense Is horn (the conductor) Is cone responsible weep
the abduction was doubtless to.preventthe rite* representing every division of the
Fine jr Ty coma stealing and.be does not deny the.charge. levy of the special tax. Detectivesate yL STftsia was held in the company's for what may appear herein. Tacoma Sun.

-LmissedoB all points Little baa lately been down on the Car. at work on the matter.' %HI" this city last week, at which a Now that there are two political par-

ter plantation,' near Wankena, Fla. tew teal* favorable to the men was It KASTER'S SALE.
and other Members Saturday morning be skipped out with CONE WITH A .PRETTY: GIfL. agreed upon. 'the l.bornp'Mentati tics in the field, it makes necessarythat

locution from Ju4 she pick of the stable. He was tracedto were pot sect by any order or association. all papers heretofore of a partisan r AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREK.
shop's court in thee his old home twelve tides from Waits 144411 Deserts HU ...11or I.e They represented the employe of character should define their positionin I, UNDER .....and sale made and entrs.L
Klncoln (Dr. town; when tbe arrest was made. LitMe rite fms >Ut.rlTw.. the road and no one else .on the 28th day of Jolr.A.. b. sari In tbedrratc.Court .
of the ef the Sties
waichadmonitioa the present contest or at least, de- I'Ih1I.Jaclidai Circuit
Jadfinent had of the stolen horse for ; ,
at disposed Mo. 4. iiheriflSpratt' of Florida U aad for Putnam Coaaty.
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. -
y upon $15. The horse and money were recovered A )(.. .'. .... Aet. clare themselves neutral. Whatever tat, cause therein pendin la Chancery,whsaen.
ritualistic prac. although the animal was almost has been notified that Walter .&.anieGoodwi8CUa aixOOeorge T. Vera her
PKlvcrrox Ky. ...iug.Charlet and editor of
coarse the proprietors hatband, are complainants sad C w\1hr.\
dead from hard riding. This makes Liddell. a young farmer living near De Tattle et ales. are defendants.I shall sell to th*
Kevil colored, has been arrested here THE Teas see fit to take this
the third time Little bas been arrestedon Kalb, this county has eloped with his may highest tad bat bidder for cash,la front of tier
1".1. grave charges) and his chances for and lodged in jail for throwing a switchon department, so long as it remains un- Court House door k.rrm: County, to
sister in Law Miss, Katie Mock a good theTown of
MOXDAT.,
4. William C the penitentiary are good. lass of tl Liddell had the Newport News and Mississippi der the control of its present manager being the fifth day of SEPTEMBER,A.D. ISM.within .

eld baa been are looking summers. Vallev road and wrecking freight firsts advocate the of the Alliance the legal boor of sale, the foUowtae-
Family sad> Friends F rahe Rlaa. a wife and two children and was in No.; la. The switch was thrown just as will} principles lands COowlt> An that tract or Nore9I of tams
Memphis. He situate,lying and in the of P taai
being County
la
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out of WILMINGTON, 0.. Aug. 4.-Parties good drenmstancee. He took his wife the train was pulling into the yards atPrinceton as set forth over two jean ago at and State of Florida,commonly known and dee-

ld brokers novelty passing the nursery of J. W. Vander- and children to the home of his parentsfor and the engine and several Ocala, and restated thereafter at St. !irnated as the "Grant t. John Rodman, assigned
.me was a then he made to wrecked. The and fire bv Robert MeHardy er HRodanai
visit
an excuse engineer
and writes to wort, near New Antioch. noticed a a ; can Louis, and more recently at Omaha. (lrast," located in Township Ten (in, aaxt
return home to look after the stock. Instead man seeing their danger jumped from Eleven( ).South Rangee Twenty-are (23) and'
ten asking aft ap-. man's hand protruding from box that however he went"to the home of toe engine add thus saved their live*. While the writer never was in any Twenty-six (Z) east, and containing artoew

ng their signs.REPORTS. had been used for the"shipping of fruit- hi. tieter-Inlaw and secured the consent No one on the train was hurt The sense party man, hi realizes the fact thousand nine hundred and of'y.two (1XM-C>

trees. One investigation it war found of hrr parents to go to his home for a cause that led to the act can not be surmised that by only one of two ways can the acres containing,more sixteen or lea*thousand,commonly(isooo known)acres.as a Uses
to be the dead body of Quinn McDon visit to hu wife. Instead of going home He was not an employe of the JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE
aid who lived in that neighborhood. the guilty couple drove to Weston road. policy of a republic be changed or ma- Angnst 1,1892. Special Master.

He had taken his life by crawling into where their team was put up and train terially modified; and those ways are, au -tdC01UIISSIOSER'S_ _
the box and drinking a dose of prussic for Kansas City boarded. Since then A D"poB either by convincing a party already
acid. A gash was op one wrist which nothing has been beard of them. Aug. 4.-George F. Strauss, SALE.
katlae Arm at indicated that he had attempted to expedite suicided in existing of the necessity of a change,
a plumber Augusta by
I matters by cutting a blood-res The Dell Worm !. Tea M.HocsTO2f the TTJfDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL
or by organizing a new party on
drinking an ounce of laudanum. He U DECREE made on the ttth day of July.A. .
UIM steady atstrafne I A note was found in which he bewailedhis Aug. 4.-G. M. Pattison basis of the proposed variation. So far .D.1892, bT Honorable W. B. Young,.JlIdge of
.tc lot and attributed his deed to lack was in a comatose condition when discovered the Circuit Court in sad for tbe County'
tarpenUu.L&ic I of friends and family affairs. one of the most extensive planters in and the combined efforts of as State legislation can favorably effect Dan!.SUM of Florida, npon the otnth
virgin exhibited at the cotton failed to him. Annie L Kornahrens. as administratrix
exchange
several physicians save
Texas the situation it the
present was opInion estate of Jacob Henry Hornahrens, late of Dura
I An Amstar dltr MlMlaf. a number of plants, every boll of which He was about 55 years old and leaves a County deceased, for an order authorizing the
that it could have been
of the
wife children. Strauss has writer sale of lands situate in different Counties in tbs
I CHICAGO Aug. 4.-Richard O. How. had been destroyed by the boll worm.
been despondent for a day or two. but done here at home through the domi- State of Florida I will a* Commissioner ap
cut from a field of 150
doll butIme I ard, the 12-year-old editor of the Denver The plants were pointed said order and decree ezpoee for ends
extra acres in Fort Bend county, which gave no cause Is assigned for his suicide nant party. But In a national point of and sell to the highest and beet bidder at pubUo
Lort dear [ Star, a weekly amateur journal who promise a short while ago of a bale to outcry,for cash purchaser paying for deeds, harween -
was arrested here some weeks at the entire has .svasaah 0.... )ins.SAYA.rxtf view has for a couple of Tears, at the legal Hours of public sales, at the?
tn steam ago the acre, but now crop Court HOUM door of Putnam the BUa
t'erc. U3 the instance of the Palmer house man. been destroyed. Mr. Pattison says it Au:. Savannah U to least, become most apparent to large day of.gErTEMBER A. ii. IM.U" the fot-

agement,is missnng.. Papers and letters bas been developed that on thousand of have direct trade with Europe before class of voters that nothing could be lowing lands, situate, lying&e- being in the
County: of Putnam and of Florid,and
have been received here from Denver lands in Fort Bend
were as acres of bottom Brunswick or any other southern port. hoped from either of the old parties; known and described as Lots 1,1 and X In Black
6bortsadden noting the fact that after young Howard Harrison and other counties the plant 2, according to McLaury-s pint being in Southwest
was released he disappeared. Nothing bas been attacked by the destroyers. On August 13 the steamship Highland and the farmers and laboring men earner of west half of Northwest quarter.

bezel has since been heard of him. His This is the first appearance of the boll Prince, of the Prince line of steamships, generally. found themselves under the Bectita 10, Township 19, South Range U Earti taut
.
deed In Book T, 113 Putnam County
fnenda do think committed win sail for Barcelona, Genoa and page
I not he has worm in thLi section of Texas. Recorna referred. FRANK WRIGHT,
bs de. suicide.Dr. Trieste and will be followed by the wheel aliite, without any reference July 29th,102. CoaamJ..aoeer.t4 .

end r... the Bat *. Ca 4ldate*. Bomam Prince and other steamships of whatever to which party had the ad- _.1y29 -
m laOtt J.hn 'tatal ..k Wllsea Dead. the same line at regular dates. Strachan -
Cniuxsrox. Aug. '.-The Demo ministration. Out of this conviction
ATLABTTA, Aug.Stainback Wilson, & Co are agent here.
cratic executive committee held an animated grew the National People's Party, and
well known all over the south, died in
meeting here to discuss finance. BUt.r-4 *h>.lt.r.4 I. Mind and Bed,.. none too soon either.I UNDERTAIN&AND
this city at his residence after an illnessof
six or seven months. Dr. Wilson baa The question of assessing candidates to PflnjkDSLrmA, An;. 4.James Hun- do not say that every member of

4,. been a resident of Atlanta since 1870. pay the expenses of resolution the primaries was tar, *5 years of age, who fled after f org- the Farmers' Alliance and Industrial
was finally
During the war b. served in the Conf ed- discussed adopted appointing, and a a committee to pass i$g 10S.iXXX returned unexpectedly Union is in duty bound to unite with -
4 erate army with distinction as a sur from Brazil and was arrested.
Sunday
and how ranch the
around the hat see but I do without the
geon. H. leaves a widow, three sons, would contribute toward H* It broken in health. and his mind isshattered that party; say, E M BALM IN .
of
and a daughter, the latter residing in voters thethe expense This was in and he bean but slight -retembla&ce least fear of successful contradiction, .

Mobile AL He was the first 'to introduce deference th resolution adored. by amass to the eoce honored head of that the national platform of the Peo- .. ;.,
1: the famous Turkish baths la the the mil firm of James & John # "
ektenaiy
' : isonth. meeting held on Friday last. ple's Party embodies the life-long A run. LIKE of METALIC, CLOTBt
____________ Router. 'Jt is thought he will.nerer" be
Sar Small Def.at.4.ATUUTTA. tried. teachings of the Alliance; and that and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS' otc/
Suicide la XI Pa*.. _, _
PASO, T.ro. .&.q. 4-a H. fticks Aug. 4.Sam H. Taliaferro XJghtalof at F....... 'priDE" the party itself is simply the auxiliary HAND.

fitted suicide: in this city by jumpm has been nominated for congress by the POWDER SFBBTOS, Ga.,Aug.4.-When adopted by a union of aU classes who .
. of the Fifth of the Mail and telegraph orders J promptly
convention feel the necessity extricating
tbe roof of the Pacific hotel People's party the passenger train came up from Atlanta
district which met in this dty. Twen- at least three-fourths of the attended to.
court below. He landed upon delegates took part in the convention at 11 o'clock p. m., there were a people (

land crushed his skull into aId tv-five of which W. S. Barrett of fw at tee depot waiting, and a bolt whole) of the nation from indirect

Ddt$ecei.is Despondency and a Walton, was chairman. A hot contest svuck, or came In on the wire and pauperism and wage slavery-the machinery B. L. LILIENTHAL.
given. the cause of the fought betweenthe shocked several, burned out the instrnmacta -
was
U the for this nomination the use of which the work
inquestlt war learned Rev Bam Small and Taliaf arro's and ut depot on fire, but it by iS-Xlght call at B S. MOONEYES
,
r war 50 yeah old and that wil soon exJ tech may be accomplished.
and friends. of Putnam Unuse. fe26-lv
three children lir- rear
r I wish here to correct an impression
.::i eoun A Dark's Crew It.-.,.*. KOM Bla DMKhUr. M ar4.r r.OoosCAjra .

t VICTORIA, B. c., Aug. '.-The entire L T., Aug. 4.-Martin which has to some extent prevailed '" ..JftUCf r- w;
Myers' Marder.rs.4.The with many. It is, that the organizations h- )' 1
non-union crew of the bark Richard the He-ae shot and killed John _
WM by _._ .
it jury in the known the Alliance and that ..1 wus..rd .... .... .
union sailors as Of 1r a1.-...l..Y. e( ..IW. ..
Third was kidnapped by Hoboes -1Iohaaaa'I .. ... .. .
aaan. "" a,-,- n..erq.Aq trr l '"*lilt 1M. fc
fW& one of the at Nanaime and made prisoners faff set &&MSdhr montt apt, the People's Party are one. The Alliance _*.-*>M
I 1q ; just returned a era! hours. Two of the leaders 01 the i. WIll shot la the cow*- is simply a fraternal society, or- =--I '::=: = =:" : .t
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tried and -It""" It. .
I murder. He isicted. union sailors ... ant amcted for edoortioa-1 aad social ,ftiiits THAlt 8Y MAIL. c: ra.r
ganised put
I feoad guilty Wtree'to faerie .... ..e, ars..ra.w .
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AN ORDINANCEEntitled Coat 01 the repairing or onnsioMltai r to be trwd 111 the paving of any street TO THE TRAVELING PU&LIC- ,
any Sidewalk or Foot Pavement wfcteft bait ,be of Dsch' )kind and ;quality asUM GEORGIA SoCTKELW"1 G. LOPER BAILEY. > i ctUS. M. BILLIARD
"An Ordinance 16'Regulate, thu owner fails or refuses to repair or C..MillM1lj decide upon, and the > FLA R. R.) 4 elf i1
the erafe of jH streets shall be fixed by (SlJWANKK BIYSK Rom), V
construct shall date, from the time
Provide For and Compel the Con. City completes the fork, and the Clerk the Council whenever they requires j MAGOX, GL/dune 1,'J892. t ) G.LOPERBAiLEY&CO.Fire

at".actIon and Repair of Sidewalks of the City; Council shall thereupon street or part thereof to be paved. On recount of the action 0(' Florida<<

and Foot raY'emenuand Cures; alto so prepare a lien In the name of the City, ,, Sec. 13. All ordinances and parts of Railroads in refusing to sell tickets .

Regulate, Require and Providefor directed in the manner usual in taking l ordinance. Ic conflict wth this ordinance over our line because we declined to:
mechanics' liens that the City be and the nine are hereby re-
the Paring of the Street of the stating ad. increase our rates in accordance with I
holds a lien such property, particularly Life and
City fFaIatka, and Keeping such describingtbe upon same, for the Pawed by Council on this the 15th their views, you are, .respectfully no. Accident. Insurance,

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

Be it ordained< by the City Council or constructing the Sidewalk Wx. IIABCLITrBDEWtrr, to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City,
President of Council.
follows along the lot In question, stating the from point In Florida
of the City of Palatka, as : any ; you will
June 25th 1892.MAKTTS .
exact amount and the City Clerk shall Approved PALATKA.
from and after the FLORIDA.
SECTIO 1. That secure a through ticket from either
said GRIFFIN JK. of
then sign( in the name of the ,
and approval of this Ordinance, those Junctioq
.. to
passage potets
any point
"
City, and attach the seal of the City May
of real estate
each and owner reached Macon.
I
every Attest .JOSEPH nuCE.City via including all East-
thereto and file the lame in the office : ,
whenever
Palatka
within the City of Councu, of said of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Clerk. ern. Western and Northern points at a &
required by the City and Putnam County, Florida. Such lien. total cost to you not to exceed the McLaury Rowton
place
do shall construct
City so to
Sidewalk,Foot Pavement front of or notice of lien, hall conform as near REGISTRATION XOTICK. lowest through rate of like class, ,
a as may be possible with the liens or In quoted by any line from the point from
his or her lot where the same fronts on accordance with the law the officebf
traveled street of said City, to the I notices of liens required by statute to the of for which you itart. This applies to both
any Supervisor Registration one and round ttcktts.
'fnfl extent of the fronta4e of said loon be given by lien mechanics and shall to be acquiremecbanics' enforcetfin a Putnam county will be open three (3) In way purchasing local trip tickets to any of STATIONERY
,
such traveled street, and owners ot AND A 0
lots shall repair anf Sidewalks or Foot i like manner as mechanics' liens un- days in each week,commencing July 4, above named Junctions, be careful to JEILEfiS !

Pavements already bUIlt, whenever required der the provisions of the Statutes of 1892, and ending on the second Saturday take a receipt from agent at suiting ;'
point for fare which should be
the State of Florida paid, .
in force at the
the .Council and notice in 12
by City August, 1892, from 9 a. m. to handed to that be
time such lien is taken. our agent, so can
given aforesaid to that effect are hereby, and owners required of lots in, SEC.) 7. And it is further ordained by m., and from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., name- arrive at proper through rate to charge. AND DEALERS IN
as _
constructing or placing seam Diaewai the City Council of the City of Pa ly: on Mondays, Wednesday and Fn For information 0- o rates, routes,,

or Foot Pavements to finish and com.. latka, that whenever the City Council I, dart.f through schedules and sleeping car

plett the same with a curb of stone, shall by resolution decide that any o The district registration books will accommodations, apply to undersigned musical MerchandiseAlways
the streets or lanes or of streetsor JAMES MENZIES:: A. C. KNAPP
brick, concrete or other firm and dura- parts I be at convenient in ,
ble material, along the whole length of lanes, of the ci'y shall be paved or open tome place General Agent. Traffic Manager,
said Sidewalk or Foot Pavement.SEC. the pavement repaired, the said City each registration district three days in Palatka, Fla. Macon, Ga. on hand a full of STATIONERY of all descriptions.

2. All Sidewalks or Foot Pavements Council shall direct the Clerk of the each week,for leo weeks, commencing BLANK
BOOKS
hereafter constructed, or required Council to have prepared and filed in August 1, 1892, from 9 a. m. to 12 m., One Dollar INKS, CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS.
be constructed shall be his office a full and complete estimate WeeklyBuys POCKET
to con of the actual and from 1 p. m/ to 5 p. m., viz: on KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL.
cost of the of the
strutted of brick, stone, concrete, cement paving
or some other hard, firm and do street or streets, lane 'or lanes, or Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. a good Gold Watch by our Club SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
rable material as may be selected byE parts thereof, required by the said resolution J. II. ilEKRTDAY, System. Our 14-karat gold.filled case ,STRINGS.

L the owner, or by the City in the eventhe to be paved or repaired. together Supervisor of Registration for Putnam are warranted for 20 years. fine Elginor f Pianos and
E owner fails or refuses to place and with the grade of said streets or county. Waltham movement. Stem wind Oz;aiis.
construct a Sidewalk or Foot Pavement lanes, or parts thereof, the material to and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal;
and Curb, after notice duly given requiring be used in the construction of such to auy two( watch. To secure agents Agents for LUDDEN BATES, S. M. H. PIANOS and ORGANS,

the same to be done. and the paving, which material shall be specified where we have none, we sell one of 38 LEMON
City is under the necessity of having in said resolution, and a tabulated Election :Notice. the Hunting! Case Watches for1 the ap STREET, PALATKA, FLA.

the same done by contract. statement showing clearly the names or Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by

SEC. 3. On streets of the City sixty names, of the property owners holding WHEREAS The Legislature of 1891 express, with privilege of examination .
feet in width, Sidewalks or Foot Pave. lots abutting on the streets or labs before paying for same. TF Musical Perfection

meats, when constructed or required Or pans thereof to be paved or repaired under the Constitution of 18S3, of the Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes; JL U whalyoa seek la buying a Piano,
i
to be constructed shall be ten feet In and the proportion, amount or "Our writ us about C
State of Florida,did pass a Joint Resolution : jewelers have eonfeased they dont know
width including the Curb. On streets cost of paving, which each lot owneror how TOO can urnlilt each work for the money." Lowest New York Pdua

less than sixty feet in width, Sidewalk owners is required to pay as his or proposing an Amendment to the Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C.. '
or Foot Pavements,when constructed her part or share, of such paving must Constitution of the State of Flundaa, writes: STEINWAY

'r or required to be constructed, shall be be stated and set out in said tabulated and the same was agreed to by a vote "Tour watches take at iebt. The gentleman ono fate tie ether.
eight feet in witdh, including the C urb statement opposite to the name of each of three-fifths of all the members who go the tact watch aid that he examined let
I owner. As such :and priced a Jeweler'.watche Lancaster ray
4 The grade of all Sidewalk or Foot soon as estimate ol f n
I the jctual cost of paving or el<.cted to each House; that the vote I were no better than your,but the price was S4X* Dtolela
Pavements shall be determined by the repairing i al.attie
t Street Committee of the City Council the street or streets, line or lanes, or I on the said Joint Resolution was en- Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes

And hereafter when Sidewalks or Foot parts thereof, is prepared, the grade tered upon their respective journals, MAm In receipt of the watch nut ara pleased>

Pavements shall be constructed in thiS ascertained and the tabulated state with the yeas end! nays thereon, and would without be meaasore.cheap at S40.All', who have peen it*ay It JVe are Wholesale Southern Agents

City, in no Instance shall wood be permitted ment showing the proportion of the One lot these celebrated instruments,
cost of oaving. to each they did determine and direct that thee good reliable Agent wanted for and you can buy from u M
used except as a curbing, abutting lot each place. Write for particulars. *Ur> ekeyll, and s*fib by mail.a*la person. s Ask J
'. 4. If the owner or owners is completed th said Joint Resolution be submitted to '
S1:(. owners of any lot <*r LUDDEN& BATES Savannah
lots in said City, fronting on any traveled Clerk ot the Council is required toKign the electors of the State at the General EXrInE WATCH CO* NFW YORK Ga.

street, after being required by the the same, attach the City's seal E1ecUoo to be held In each coun- dec4-tf
City Council to place and construct a thereto and publish or cause to be publisbed In Florida TUESDAY
ty on
next
,
Sidewalk or Foot'Pavement or repair in a newspaper published in the ,
City of Palatka succeeding the First Monday in October CS KffCnr\ OROAXS at TE1EJacksonville:
the same, along and to the lull extent a true cop of the <5tO\J\J9\J\J\J BA&G.A.L'tor
of said lot or lots, and after receiving resolution of the City Council requiring ,1892, the said Tuesday being tie ular7caTa7logne,addreMBKATTY9. par-

the notice hereinafter provided for, the paving to be done the estimated 4th day of ,the said October. The said DANIEL Waihlnjcton: J'. BEATTT,New Jrnej.,

shall fail or refuse to place and construct cost of the entire work, the tabulated Joint Resolution reads as follows: Tampa a
said Sidewalk or Foot Pavement statement as to the cost of paving ,
within the time prescribed by such no- to each lot owner and the trade estab ARTICLE L

a Uce, the City Council may contract Jo lashed, for the space of thirty clear Section of Article X of the Con- FOR.MEN ONLY
the construction or repair of such Sidewalk days. In all of these acts the Clerk of stitution is hereby amended so as to
and
C, the Council shall be aided the YOUWG MENa OLD MEN Key West
Street
or Foot Pavement, and th I by read as follows: "The exemption pro- MTU SystemAND
amount contracted to be paid, and pal d. Committee of the City Council, and all Tided for in Section'of Article X bf v flay TH a s.TSttJ..W...TH d.SIIMSTS..M bw.W._HfiUCIHAKC .......
therefor, by the City, ehall be a lien costs of making the estimate aforesaid = the Constitution' of :Florida shall inure i asa sea aMWter... N .a..Mat}
-
upon said lot or lots, to the full extent, establishing the grade and pre to the widow .and descendants of the .Orf'THE*in Mh--a10>!.SNAKEStyt ....< rtr .
pw o( the interest ot the owner therein, paring the tabulated statement of the party entitled to such exemption the f wM ..WMMixaoaiTVMbM&LruADMINISTRATORS
along which such Sidewalks or Foot cost of paving t* each..lot owner, which following proportions, viz: One-half S : OUR IN IOK !
Pavements constructed or repaired the Clerk of the City Council or the hereof to the widow, if there be a,, .-.. -............,t-..lr EAST COAST, LrmS.:
and such amount so paid maybe assessed Street Committee may not be able h widow' and the remaining half .to the a. a'L..... ,a y
=
as a special tax against the Jot personally perform, and for which ex- child or children and his or. their dewxrtuJaaw .! .N sae r ,St tile of Extending Southeast.South and Southwest,from Jadurtrille.com over one thousand mile
Tropical Country,and reach all
or Iota, adjoining which such Sidewalkor pert assistance may be required, shall ;.the,latter taking the lateral E .! prominent Winter and Summer Pleasure Resort of Florida
Foot Pavement shall be constructed be defrayed by the City I ISEe. th.&ir'J parent or parents' would ,take Jf 1 ms _.u9.w ., THE EAST COAST, .rl C f

or repaired; or the same may be enforced 8. Immediately upon the I afire ,lf ,tb.re .be,.no child, children; .........al .aU.. _.._...hOoJ... THE GREAT LAKE REdd.;f*"*"

"' \\ by suit at Uw or :nequ1t1 ication: by the Clerk, as aforesaid, :of or ;d6s0eadaMi,.!hell the icxemptiow ::&1 ,,. : 4 THE PHOSPHATE FIELDS
against said owner or owners, in the the statement required to be published shalliron ,to the.wiJow,if therebeno U'--- ....... .. { ,
time of the City. in Section 7, the Clerk of the Coeacil will, a* provided in Section 4 of this .MMCr1tt THE PINEAPPLE FIELDS,!
I SEC. 5. ,When nay Sidewalk or shall Issue notices, in the nawe'of' the mide. -Ii;. there"be no widow:then .. .......W tatwwM.a .. THEORANGElANDTHl
.
.
f i-' Pavement In front of any lot, on and City of .Palatka and nnder the seal of the exemption shell enure to the descendants ,Ir's. c: .:= ,FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
.t; traveled street, needs repair, or whenever the City, directed to each and every lot of the party entitled thereto; r.'itIiMU H....,PI..!. ;N.Y. SECT

; the City Council of said City shall owner holding lands abutting on the and such exemptions shall apply to all I
k determine that a.Sidewalk shall be street or streets lane or lanes,or parts debts except as specified in Section 1 SALE
t constructed along any such lot where thereof, required to be paved or repaired of said Artkle. THREE THROUGH

i, no Sidewalk: exists, the City Council commanding him or her, within Now, therefore, notice of such de- In the matter of the Ea-) TRA
may direct a notice to be issued under thirty clear days from the date of salt termination hereby given, with the tat*of deceased.A K.Edwards, J I Bale of Book Accounts

I" the ,hand of the Clerk of the Citybearing notice to pave or repair his or her proportion following instructions: VIRTCK OF AN ORDER VIA-
BEARING
the seal of the City, directedto of the street or lane upon Any elector desiring to vote at such BY. "tile itch day of May, A. D. lost and
the owner or owners of such lot, which his or her lot abuts, stating in election in favor of the said Amend- made by the County Judge of Putnam oaatr. The
rlorlda,
i commanding him, or her, or them to said notice the material to be used, ment shall have written or printed, I will fitting offer for'li1'robat.e sale at:pnblie outcry,ta the Tropical Trunk
ri: repaii or construct such Sidewalk,as the grade established the actual cost and on the same side thereof as such I highest and beet bidder for eaeh at the front TheM
the case may be, within fifteen days of the entire work of paving or repairIng names are written or printed the words ;door of the Court House at l-aUUa. said comfort Unet are equipped with the latent to proud modem appU
of .
Cnanty.dnrinr the legal boars nf sale, on fe passengers Our pmtroM call them the HSXST
from the service of such notice, and if required to be done, and the estimated "FOR THE AMENDMENT," and any J FIRST TUESDAY IX SEPTEMBER neitbelnr Ef IXOKI
r., said notice be for the construction of a cost as to the proportion to be elector desiring to rote against said J the btu day of said month all Book Account in Trains lean Jacksonville J,T.& Iw K. W.s:30 a.m,daily,r
Sidewalk, such notice shall state the paid or borne by the owner to whom Amendment, shall have written or I Bald favor Aeeou of said its Estate will be,to sold the as amount a whole.of $3,101.50. daily m.,1.40 4-29 p m.m.!daily except Sunday IM>> p. m. daily except Salk'Po :

materials which may be used, as here the notice is directed, and calling the printed on. such ballot, on the side JAMES: C. CO DRn. Truss p.lean,Jackonrille
,via
tofore wner's attention there above the myZT-td Administrator. East Coast Linea 1.2:5: a. m. daily, J
specified, of which said Sidewalk to the grade as esablished prescribed, words day 4.00
; p.w. daily. Arrtre tJO a, .
m nJA: .
I p.n:5 M m.
be the estimated "AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT.
f may constructed. Said notice cost of the entire -
r shall also state that if said Sidewalk work, and the owner's proportion The votes cast on this question shall JACKSONVILLEStoa JfORTH-BOCJTD. i 90'4.25ajn ''
shall be to be 1 be canvassed and declaration and Lean! Palath................. ........ :
t not x n tructd paved oi repaired at his her return Lean Palatka
: or repaired as or .. '
Lean Falatka .........................10.58 a.ml
r..J the cue may be, within the time reI I cost as appears on file in the office of j thereof shall be made by' the Inspectors L aye ralatka.......................... 4.00 p.m I Leave l"a1&eka
I quired by the notice, that the City will the City CierK. Said notice shall also and by the County Canvass am Dylle n &G CCRiIIt Works FLORIDA SOU YIEF.N: '
t :: construct or repair such Sidewalk of state that If said paving is not done or ing Board, and by the State Canvassing Leave RAILWAY- BOUT
r." any of the materials required bylaw repairs are not made, within the time Board, in the same manner and at .M least..ID.|Leave Falat'EAST

: to be used, and hold a hen upon the required ny the notice that the City the same times as votes cast for persons 26 Xewnan 8t,bet.Bay and Fonytb. COAST LINES.
property of the owner so will construct said pavement or make for offices at said election are required NORTH BOUXD. t
for all the co t thereof. Improvedl the repairs required, and will hold a by: law to be canvassed, declared ONLY PLACE OF THE KIND IX FLORIDA. fear, Palatka for St.Angattine...... U.J a.m I Lean,PalaU
such notice shall be made by the Chief lieD on the property of such owner for and returned. .
of Police, or, in his absence, sickness I the cost of the paving or repairs The attention of the Sheriffs is called
or disability, by any member of the I made. soto the law requiring them to cause a Cleaned Ladies or and Dyed.Gents' Wear of every description II1.dial1. River. C "

regular police force, by the delivery of SEC. 9. Service of notices to pave o r notice of the said election to be pub ty Parties sending goods by express, I pay
a true copy thereof to the owner, to repair pavements shall be made in the lished in a newspaper printed in the charges ODe way. Lear TitnsTiUe S 00 a.m.daily except Soda for KucUe j
whom same is addressed, or to the same manner upon the owners of Iota county, if there be a paper in the H. BALLOU landing
aeeut of the owner, or to any memberof affected, as is provided in Section 5 of county; and if there be no paper published Jji-tr Proprietor. Lea, TitniTiUe tM p.m Monday. Wed.esdaya and rJ
the owner's family residing with this Ordinance, as to service of notice m the county they shall cause CWmectI t at Jupiter with train of J.&L.W..Railroad I ,
him or her above the age of fifteen upon owner of lots to construct or at least five copies of this notice to be Steamer "8.. Amgustlnelearet Onnond 8 a. ... Tn...
years, at the dwelling house of the I repair Foot Pavements along the.frouta posted in the most public places in the SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Rockledge u4 way lanOUf Returning learn Rocktodj

owner, or at his or her place of business of their lots, on traveled streets and souiy. Friday
and the person making such ser I reference is specially made to Section In testimony whereof, I have here- PURSUANT TO AX ORDER AND DECREE For schedule, map,etc,call on local agents or adc1r-

rice shall make return of service in 5.Sgt. unto set my hand and have here- ty Judge of ,mad 4n&.3d, 1892., Florida by the, in Coun the R. B. CABLE, w. L. CU LWTORD z
accordance: with the facts, under oath, I, 10. Should the owner or wn- unto affixed the Great Seal of Florida, matter of tile .aPPUcatlola.'l A.a1.hvVDliama, General )(a.ucer. gnpt.East Coast Uae j
on the back of the original notice,and en of lots fronting on any street or at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 22d as deceased Executor, for of the estate of Susan P. MareI J.T.*K. W. Srneia. fit.Aazustine.Fla.

shall file said original the Clerk of the CSty Council, who City Council to be paved or repaired, JOHN L. CRAWFORD, I bidder for cash In front of the front door of
shall report the aame to the City Coun ail to comply with the orders and noces Jyl-td Secretary of State. the Florida Cort,on Row,MO DAY.. la Palatka the let Putnam day of Avirast.County
cil at the first regular meeting there- of the City Council and the pro- 1392.during the legal boars of sale,the foUow- VI:IlK' IF YARIE'i

after. Should the owner be a nonresident visions of this Ordinance, the City, da fag,to real>wit estate i An situate udirtded In Putnam one-half County Utr Flori*.tin i I IIlIVCCMlfDLJA
of the city and have no agent may have the work .done, and the .**($)acres,-mor* or less,of the westerly half tM Bas of
upon whom raid notice maybe served, amount contracted to be paid and paid I of Lot ODe(1). Block thirty-two (3'l), Township CURL
as aforesaid in the then therefor, shall be a lien the toor eleven(ll\, south of Ranr* twenty-six (26)east, win AJone own
residing city, upon t befar a pan of the Joseph Renande Grant t'>
the City Council shall direct its Clerk lots fronting on such street, lane, or July iii,A. D.1891.COOK tor aN' DIew. -
'
k to i sne a notice to the owner under parts thereof, paved or repaired, af- Jyl-td CARLETON -.
Special Commissioner.
the teal of the City and said notice so Ceded by such improvements pro rata,
! issued to be filed with himself, in his and may be enforced and recovered inthe GtTeata and Trad-Uark,obtained and all Pat- Notice to +d H. .
Debtors and Creditors. Vb.o k weak :,
cat e
basinee oref
conducted for
IItdera.
Fen
office as clerk, and the same to be lame manner as feet forth as to
.,= terred by: the Clerk by posting a true Sidewalks and Foot Pavements in Section Ourand wwa Bads ss..raapp: *****In 0..S....Pitent*tai, \ LL PERSONS HAVfcfO CLAIMS AGAINST whoera i5ob tE.tq
: copy of the notice upon the propertyor 6 of this Ordinance.SEC. rewrote from W klnrton.b /L the Latat of Isaac W. Brown deceased
.ad model drawing phMOL, with descrip lat* oi Putnam Countr. Florida will sad nay P4 oor
II. It is
further present
lot affected and by to be provided that
causing tion. We
advr.e. If
pateotabl or not.free of then to me, duly au.u.eaCie&t.etI. within the y *IJYtatrsaf.e
published a said notice in owners of the property on each side of Charr*. Oar tee not dos till patent I*secured. ::r prwcjibed by law.or they will b* barred tou
a newspaper published in the City of the street, when such street shall be name A Pamphlet*ofactual"How clletts to In Obtain you SUU Pa&eRU."wtt', make all person indebted to said estate will 7 nnl
CWII.11.WC.A.SNOWa.co. to oar
Palatka for the space thirty clear days; paved or the paving repaired, shall town,sent free. Addles payment CHARLES BMS W. BROWX ?O r t aa
which notice shall in all respects con- only be liable for one-third of the ao- Administrator I .
form to the character of the notice required ual cost of paving or repairing?: FFDCBAX jets ew Pot- FU-,Jon 15th.1902.Notice >?
to be served upon a resident SEC. 12. All streets or lanes, or parts Opp.aR* Patent Met,WuWngUa.0.C.

oarofer of city property or his agent thereof, hereafter paved m accordance to Debtors and Creditors. 1
Awl in all instances the notices herein with this Ordinance, shall be so paved R aa.1Ma Don't i
provided to be given, must particularly :as to produce an oval surface, with a h .,. ........._. ..1.- THE TJXCEESIGXED HAVIXO BED Thousands of le J.5
ccs-nhe the lot or lots affected I crown: at the center and there shall bea I I.d. .,....__ fur of appointed and qualified a* the Execu TREATMENT "
desig- ...-II..,.. ._ the last win and telu-Dlof Jacob endaeaied. 1 ;'
i Wing the street upon which the same j fall on either aide, from center to ......_ S$ ........wd..rs r.e....._.. ** rc.deceaIed" Remetnb.v s ,
.. ... noUceeisitm.qyua.utd
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Vis euuate and gutter of eight inches. ,1.%.w tor> I .. I..k*..,..31......* creditors to present cues thai .\ .
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the width and length of J :... -MIOI t Ba mt Mt MMM| kn>rfito estat to me within the by law .
.T .
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he dcwaik or Foot Pavement re- The streets of the City ehall b* mU M,m MM* *,.? or they will b*barred: aJlrNCnbrd t
u.red to be constructed. 1 paved from time to time.a the City t rlTt-..-n_Ttwio_ M lash ipwueOTm to said M4M will make payment to m*.
:Sec. ,. The lien of the City for, the 4 Council shall direct, and the .material, ,.....M-iM__?.niiii'fcTmjr,..* *****..* R..1. BROAD. Executor, 2m Itef

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. Correcpondeace PalatTu hers. "August S : ;

"[ .- Tfc.j nMh o,., |... W,.. FEDERAL rOl ". }u.OJa1y 30. I
tray
AH
r.l.trCholera It is a poshira.. fact that your cmepondent -
f rlota are raging la Ranla I
I A number of lire were lost t r a wreck is almost entirely our of news Flower" '
.f a train Mar London. items this week, and if It wasn't for a

I At Port Richmond a Philadelphia amWirb. few cases of measles In the family of Business College
a tornado bouses.
wrecked
s J R. It Haatnritter. of many Hermann. Mo, II. T. Hawkins there would be no Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca, ,

< mmittd said*,,. Batlneai troaUea. news at all. Now, if your correspondent }.fo., during the past two years; has

; Republican filibustering und the Kaura was as talented as some peopleare been affected with Neuralgia of the

\ sport from being brought to a decision..Mr he could spend his leisure time in Head Stomach and Womb, and .
.; *. Mamie lod. BAMBERG S. C.
, Hughes, of $ermoar. ,
and collect food did
tfeot. at an owl but hit herself, inflicting a hunting over the dictionary writes: "My not seem to
ra.talwo'and. strengthen me at all and my appe-

farthal McMahon will produce hlalongf culs. tite was very variable. My face
pectod memoln in tbe of thenezt MAXTTXCTCKER OF
course head dull and I had
. "teen month. scientific article on the composition of was yellow, my ,
. "fcenator Feet haw introduced reaolo- of goose's such pains in my left side. In the
a feathers and the action a THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECTS'BOOKKEEPING
lion looking toward an international the morning when I got u;r : would
mmey conference. gizzard as applied to Irrigation, have a flow of mucus in the mouth, '
CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE
LAt Benwood \v. Va, Samuel WincaD growth of feathers. and scientific fertilization and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
and wife *
krg I were killed by John Boylon alas!
but
11 his youag SOD. of the orange tree; my breath became short, and I had SHORTHAND

ames Wills, of Mount Sterling Kr., he has not tae abiiitr. >'o one CAn tell such queer, tumbling, palpitating:

k f> been and truck by lightning for the fourth what the world it loosing by this la- sensations around the heart: I ache.j: LUMBER !
ti e tiU U"ea
rhera mentable fact. If it was otherwise he all day under the shoulder blades, TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP.
la a probability that the pronecu-
1 Ilia against the forty-three Wyoming eat might write an article that be did not in the left side, and down the back SATSUMA HIGH IS. FLA.

I U4meu will be dropped. understand himself, or that anyone of my limbs. It seemed to be worse '

I* Jacob Potter. aged 83 rears. died at UrUpa. and fora in the wet, cold weather of Winter :Ifjou want a PRACTICAL: :EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS -
make out
|> III*., from wounds inflicted by W. else could pass
j .*bin in a street fight. complete scientist so high up as to be and Spring; and whenever the spells Notice of Removal.In at a MINIMUM COST come to our College. Send one cent stamp

i *|Tie political outlook grow more cheer the comprehension of any one, came on, my feet and hands would for Catalogue. J11-tf
fw| for Democracy every day and more dla- I II beyond turn cold, and I could get no sleepat
i --raging for Republicans.CangtasmanO'Neil even the best educated and most scientific alL I tried everywhere, and got consequence of the rebuilding of

I has introdaoeda of scientists. In fact, could makea
t bill to regulate payment of wage by oontatcton no relief before using August Flower the Store No. 51 Lemon street
; for government work. scientific ass of himself and work upa Then the change came. It has done

| 'Omaha 1* preparing to distinguish itself I reputation that would pull the wool me a wonderful deal of good during C.I. ROWTON VERTREES & C.O.

entertaining the Mystie 8hna"rs Ang.. over the eyes of all the fools, who are the time I have taken it and is work- i
la-It About
8.UJO Masons are expected.Chicago
das removed to the corner of Lemon
in the darkness of ing
Lad fourteen fatalities from floundering rouud a complete cure.
and Front streets in the Kean mock
beat la one day, and throughout the conn common sense and practical methods.It G.G.GREEN,Sole Man'fr.Woodbory.NJ. by II. T. Vatterlib, r
lately occupied
,
: try come report of the hottest ware int
Many year u a great misfortune misfortunethat where he will be glad to supply his .

5 'Professor Richard T. Ely, who ha juat we deeply deplore; but .long as "The Little Putnam" patrons as heretofore with the BEST
resigned from the faculty John flopffcUu others who are leuaftlic-ted are able to and FRESHEST FRUITS in season. r
will go to the University of WiacoaI Bananas Strawberries Ap-
I sira to teach political economy. pursue that style of literature it may be Oranges Orange Boxes Wraps
SAMPLE BOOM ples, Tomatoes, Dates, Fugs. Raisins,
William J. White, who 1* called the that the world will continue to move Ac., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes .
|lafgest chewing gum manufacturer in the LEMON STREET PAULTKA FLA.
t wintry, la a Republican\ aspirant for a right along even if your scribe fails to j Pies and Candies.
l'uUIJDe of t."hoiM Wl_ and Cl-
',VMnreaiional nomination in Ohio. make a scientific ass of himself. ar. alsaveta" Stock. Liquors Cigars,Tobaccos, &c.of the choicest

Qaptaln Fred L. Dean, of Washington, brands. and Nails,
about Hoops
One fellow in writing Japan Filled
Chough not an old man in years. ta i said to lyOraen from the Country Promptly Pure California Grape Juice and :
'M*the oldest G. A. R. veteran 11 ring lie I Iz. stated -'there wa any quantity of oc -3m CHAS.' HEEElfJL, Proprietor. New York Apple Cider. myG-
tie of ita original four organiiera.i "
weather there but no climate. But it
i Zhe lea of the GIrl mine ath I
ees American "WAY Dows "SWAJTXK: B .anu"
lots of uro AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-1
>way, Colo., hare paid their 11.000,000 seems to us that we are having -
I' n4 now own the St. Louis ands I J. G. MANGOLD '
> property. both these days; but, after all. there ,
I ) Ter capitaliata form the company. White
i sulphur
I, "1'i,. Union Cotton Comprea company has been hotter weather< north of us : Flour, Grits Corn," Bran, HayHOats CottonSeed
I Ira l
I ea apttaL rill be Among built are the cities Argenta where and comps T.zaraan mer. Mr. S. L. Blachley writes from Springs Hotel. I MealJandGFertilizers.
PWTRAIT( ( AND
:; Spring Valley, Illinois, that the mercury
A plan la on foot to transfer the revenueUHfne is 102 degrees while "W. T. KING, Manager.
there to ,
service to the nary in such way up LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY I OLD J.. T. &; K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.
UM It might be used under order of theuftjbma here the highest point reached is 95 WHITE SPRINGS, FLoRIDA.SI'EClAL .
.collector. for partiaan campaign degrees, and that for only an hour or FRONT STREET, PALATKA, I Gr orders will receive prompt attention and quick shlpments'::maa'e..|
RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH. I
mnaaa City grain men are Jubilant over so; so that we have no real reason to WHITE: SULPHUR and CHALY VlflLL. ATTEND PROMPTLY TO CALLS
decision of the attorney-general of Kan.wbich complain, and wouldn't only as it is 3EATE WATERIn the South, springs dls- *" *'t -w.of Groves, Rmidenceaetc.,with- I
charging over MP.ttio nllon, per buur. .n ft'a- tance of Studio. Always up
,*| permit grain Inspectors fromher the style to growl about something, Cure diseMM of all kind. U22-tf to the latent Itylh of 1'ortrmlture. If you wanta Th0T01I rho Practical tmrtJon. Cra<'.,-t*....
states to inspect and grade wheat in whether you are pleased or not.Mrs. Crayon of yourself or old Picturea enlarged try I utrd to pc itK>... Catalogue ff*. WritrM

testate lie estate of Kansas.of 10,000 acres on which Mr. C. W. Brown and children are as fraud.before Call vending and see off specimen to some free nol'O-Sm portrait BYANT A UAtTON EUSINE S cotttG!.

orge Vanderbilt ia erecting baronial home from Summer Haven,where they M. J.
eels in North Carolina, represents forty went to spend the summer; but a few Murphy. AREtbeBEST. LOUISVILLE. KY. .
r... which were bought np fruit the of our people are still there. How they IEATTfS I ORGANS' 8 ndforCaUlogmc. -
Ottntalneers at a total cost of $000,0.10. manage; to get salt air when the wind Address DANIEL ,. BEATTY, Wash
Rer Dr, C R. of ington.New Jersey. norS-tf
Drown Cincinnati.on is in the west is an unsolved problem
,
ttta most talented and successful Meth- A. V. MOUNT. WALTER THOMAS.
list preachers in Ohio will lea.. the but they have the mosquitoes, you Lamon Street Billiard Parlor.

athodiftt church and ministry to acceptaftmlplt know, and are happy.I MRS. H. E. ARMISTEAD
of the Winthrop Congregation have been thinking about politics a ,

e arch IJoston."jtw good deal lately, and have made up my MOUNT & THOMAS.

Printer Bnrgoyne. of New York mind that this country lit going to the WHOLESALE ANT RETAIL
DIM to I'ennsylrania xnlllctfloers Pi-cticai ti Millo1& Drossmakaf
prosecute r
devil as fast as it can. We need a new .
who the horrible
perpetrated
tara on a private at Homestead and party; must have one in fact. We want" WINES, UQUQfts'( AND CKARS.

an a liberal contribution to any lawyer a warty which I will call 'The Sorters"
rill take hold of the cue.'hi party, where all the best men and poli- Agent; for the celebrated ;T. W. Harper LEMON 8T. PALATKA. FLA.iJT'Tbe .

kaiser ia about to pay another rWIk ticians are sorted out of all the other &; Silvester Whiskies. A lull line
queen. He ia expected to reach Oa> parties, with a platform that shall em- of the best brands at the lowest prices.k.1.es anteed.: lists Latest and styles Trlminlnei and a Good In Profusion.Fit Gnat-
na Ang. 1. and on the occasion of his I Hari Trimmed to Order When In need of anything { Groceries
t
brace woman s rights, prohibition, Staple (
Jt the new banqueting hall which has trial.
in tnUline, I respectfully request a :
n added to the palace at a coat of $12S,- monUreftjrm, protective tariff and free : oc :
,j me. __. --I trdtlf tetcwL1 give me an announcement _
-
Rye.SI WBOM. .
1 for fitly cents I will come out as ......... J w )
: A"'PITCHED BATTLE.I a candidate for President,for I am fully I Hirer Wedding. 9M C. KELLY
persuaded that everything is going to F-1l".terRye........ ................ 100 E. PALATKA. ., '. FLORIDA.
.I o\ La>il..r. and Illo ka4o >!.. Meol laItoadlr Standard MA A"Bourbon....,,. 400
win just as it always has done just be- J.W. Harper. BOO
I Combat.BTOL fore an election and that none of the -( )- 1 -SIGN OF-

Tenn., July 28.-A chapter present candidates are fit for office- The Jug Trade a specialty. Country CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

irdvr has rtceatly: been committed only myself. J. F. orders solicited. oc23-tf The Big Coffee Pot !

mountainous region of Virginia Buck'en's Arnica Salve. ALL GOODS WAItRRNTED OR J/OYEF REFUNDED. jalMy

Kentucky, south of Bristol. The3it Tremont Hotel Idr Full and of
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, STAVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and
a regular pitched battle bet weentonshintr
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum TINWARE which moat be sold.
,
IL C. Johnson, and two TOKXEaLY HOTEL TOOXI.J A. D. 8TEVEXS,M. Manager Engineenng Department.
will to inspect this stock,as I keep
Fever Tetter Hands pay
kaders Cox which I bores Chapped J. R. MERRILL Manager Blacksmith Shop
Eph and Johh
XETTRAN STREET. NEAR BAY, JACKSONVILLE.FLA. nothing but the best of evelythl '.
Chilblains Corns and all Skin
place: at a point thirty-fire miles Erup- Plumbing, Tinning pnd Gas Jittingexecuted A. E. MERRILL, Maaagcr Boiler Sbopa,
tions and Files
i i positively cures or no
the mountains in the most approved style
hero jtfst acroaa ,
in pay required. It is guaranteed to give EXTRALLY LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE and low price
Gate City Scott county where'my promptly at
crimes hare been committed. I Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded; O YEAR. Thoroughly Renorated.Ratet Don't. the place. Sign of the
.12.00 to$3.06 per day.DODGE forge1
,'ft two "'ox boys went to the distil- i price 25 cents per box. For sale by I Big Coffee Pot. :.-eruou street between M rrill..St i nn Bllineering Co.- '
I
A llULSE.
'fit Johnson, to get blockade liquor. LoWRY A CtTLTLENS, Second and Third. ;
all three of them I
C there, got noTl3- m Pr oprieton. "
ly'drunk A trivial quarrel led on Go to Lea's Springs,Grain,.,County,East

ight, Both of the Coxes attacked Tennessee. THE ACME
ton, but ho completely vanquished
A Popular Summer Resort, twenty- SUCCESSORS J E. MERRILL: .
Eph received ODe bullet to the ( TO \ICo.)1: !
fc.".:Johnson was shot in the month one miles from Knoxville, on the first- APARTMENT HOTEL

lodging in his Deck. The par- class, newly completed Morristown and

r 'were very meager and it i* bardthe Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and Refitted and Refurnished with Entirely New Mechanical and Electrical
condition of the men. The Engineers
are well known moonshiners, I Telegraph Office on the i,lace. Passengers Furniture to Throughout.Depots and Centrally Boat Landing Located,Good convenient ,

t after the fashion of Ira Mullens, from the North and East via I Dining Room la Connection with Correspond
ras brutally murdered at PoundS leg Low Prices.IVFurnisbed.
Morristown; from the South via Knox- Rooms,Me. to |1.00 per Day,
f tfBach
Cumberland mountain a
| BOILER AND BLACKSMITH
G ville; from the West via Knoxville (2.00 to$4.00 per Week. : WORK,
-t IL A. BURT,Proprietor,
and Cumberland Gap. Superior nat- 111 W. Bay treet. Jacksonville,Ito ,
Fay Is Mot Dead. ural advantages, viz: Fine, Romantic locI-lIl.lt
tottD.Coon.Jaly2&Thefriends1y In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Engines and Machineryof

Fay. the comedian, are ref Mountain Scenery, with Signal Point "IT STANDS AT THE HEAD all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of bulling small

at the news that the story of hisfedf higher and more commanding than Launch and Steamboat Hulls of Steel. We also furnish Boilers and Machineryand

death ten days ago has no Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool Wood Halls If desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for Westinghouse -
Uionin fact Cablegrams from and Healthy Location. Superior natural CURE Engines. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. We keep on handa
.
*ia ctor and his bride to friends Mineral Waters, White Sulphur, YOURSELF! full line of Boiler Makers1 and Blacksmith's supplies. Second-Hand, Machinery -

i ll.: 'city state that ha II very much ialtb Black Sulphur and Chalybeate, acknowledged riftroabledwlthGonorrtMBa'Gleet. bought and sold. Write for estimates and prices.
.the best south of The OALIGRAPH. .Whlt i.8p nnatorrhcralOT
,/ LiverpooL Mr. Fay was mar- : the Po
any onnatnnl dischanteMk* OFFICK YND SHOPS-138 and 140 EAST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.; pn' June 29 last to Miss Grace tomac. lot and Cold Sulphur Baths. lyoor druggist for a bottla el
[ tr/bf Stamford. Three days later Good Society, Music, Dancing and Big O. It cores to a fewdsys
wit for Europe. Ten days ago itvysrted usual amusements.Comfortable looms, T RESPECTFULLY can the attention of the I wlihoat the aid tr publicity of a
N
doctor. and
that the comedian suffered Beds and food Table Fare. Board,. HACH1XK X nubile to renowned the -CAUGRAPH1 the world over WRITING lor hihet ; I | guaranteed not a-powonoQS t* strictnra '
,lm iorrhag. during taw trip a&4 f30 to fro per month. Post Office i* SPEED simplicity and strength of CO t- The Votturtol 4mrle Cm. fAST nu 'ti d "I
before reaching LirarpooLi named LEA'S SFRTKOS Grainger 8TRUCrIUk, and k1np-tested DURABILITY Manufactured by -
Superior MJLKirOLDLNG- .a.ie t, Steadiest, ''I Mot Chemical Coil
kTie
County, East Tennessee. Send lor and least depression In writing. Level KeyBoard
t i 'A W..*o. Oota a c..c. Descriptive drrular. : separate key for each character,and SO CINCINNATI, O. 5 RAILWAY. =
(f.C
: 'prfxujE, UL, July :8.-For some Address M J.HUGHES, '"8HIAnrei: piste interenaageaMa aadtiear- Y.t.a. Q)

: t.Ir. Francis b[. Gray baa fcwaAsW President and Manager. bI Marbles.ookaered not upon tta "Record" \. .HtlElUUS OF DAILY TRAINS WEFFFCT ;t
or Label. but upon Ita INTRINSIC WORTH
considerable tima mad attttfollrs. JUNE 13th.18tl.C..DFLAoU..IT&D"1 .
Rose the moths* ofyhildren to*3SOO a year esa be made by 1 rites and Circular an application.
to the oUtrlmtnt of tl* SU"OO a raM-eat*; either MX; say .* "es. ...
e.aaaamo..ausvesmo'
JAB. A. BAIK Agent, J. HESTON'Wood .ePIKIA.
'ta ire ?
? s1i11s and family. Jfomday Wa ataigr paL!r.ex WUHJt,territory.nedmont Write W.Va.etC4tf mb25am Palatka, Fla. L"Jackaoavul*.... .-... I .... LrJacksMnUcAf -. .... 'lOp
&Adra. Payne sUrtad nrI L.. ..I_,.... T rip Lv Cailaaaa; ._.. T Ua AtlMU... _..1.I ..,. Slieuw.ra
drive they were_folio wad -....... C lop Lv WaycraM..-. .-... C lea LvAtlaata .- .... JOOp
: entry Yard u J e.p......',.... 111 Lfl..p, -...-.... _. le t0. Ar ChattaaoofaL ._ T 00.
'es,Gray and bar husband's brother, ATTACHMENT NOTICE. ; AtLTAtlaata.}(-..._..?... 105. Ar Macau.:..... ..... .Cbauatooga. .. (40p 'Up
tf* hevt drive Ibepartiasmat and BE A WAN IA"Ma.o.. ...._... 110. LrMacoa.......?. ...... ArKaconlteLvKaornlk ... 0 l'I Ilia +
: PTe"rIJ Ban* a' sflfaM' A< 1 Us As I1aaca-_... ...... C .-_ t IS* JU-
dray carded STATK or FLOainA, } Before Joerah E. ._ ..... 1 ClOp L. Atlanta......_. is Ar MomBtvwa.ArBratol> ... I lOa 500.A. .
Hf with. a heavy stick she B&Sd1l1D, EIIq.. AHUJ WAS A KftffCT MAN. : ORANGE STREET NEAR UsioxDEPOT. .Ciatta.oogs. I lop Ar Caattaaoof*. .,.... 1 e0.
trunk And left beaM Corm or PrrvAK ) Oooaty :::: .::: :::.:: f; :: :
tracked his Judge. rafter n nm I-BATSMCSC u WMI' L*Caattaooofa T Lr Caattaaoofa.Ar Ar Rowl.:::. :: : :. 12 alp
pod. To MAar H. Bantu: L*......---fir.rl..Ar s.dp. M B.r'a. .... I!,. Barfim' ........ ...... t Sheaaboah. Jc...% .... I I0.| IJIp e
..,.., -. Atea.ciaaatiArCi ..".. ...... I ......
Toe are hereby aoilfiod that a writ of attachment zu w beallOSCw LvCiaoaaati.. .1Oa L.. Ciadauwi...... ., f ArWwhiartoaArBaltmora -. Ieoahllip.
; :; Q-*.. TUIoHa'a B4. ILK txn' bAed against you aDd you ieeaiv.u.nesp..t.. Hard Wood cut to length, deliveredin .ArQbp.._. .. i At Cbica *......... l : :: : ::' 1 1S. 1J1$

VEW Yowc July-Qu"A VlctorU property H. attached, to awry the demand of c. YkN4 MEN 01 ILl' all parts of the city. ..1I h__" S tta, Lr borria........-. i Ar HafcntowaAcHaraborr.... ... ........ iUaUUOpSMaliXaj
UUcbrtot aaaovntiBg to Saul. sew
uale.e ...... ..A.rtnme...__ 11I5e! LooKiII........
hav. to famish a bone of |230 ia von shall appear before the Hon. Jowph F. . aayon DFIiliutt Ar T" 1 f Ar PkUadelpLaAr .. ..... 11. rise
IiC E a ldwln. OouBtyJadee la and for Bald County, Lisa C. ,., > Scroll Sawing and Turning done to LT Chattaaofa .+ 1106* Chattraaofa.... .... I20. New YorkLvMorrMowa. .. .. _.., I TlOa
-Suit Against the Standard AsphaltMBpany at tie office at Palatka, t la.on the I2ra DAOE 11: test-wry nysiW.t.....Iswew e9..,_heist.t. Kore. e2-tf Ar Mtapkia. _Ill Ma Ar Memphi.- ,. .. scop I ....., ..ii. .. ..... -
of this city, to recover JfJ I M9Sh Sii'TEMBER,1692.at 11 o'rwkola the ..,.rEUew 1. ..AUf_,-.. order. F1al1... buffet Sleeper* Maaa Sleeper fleets to'ArAdI.w.I lOplBotk .....- .. ,.
Mphalt to hare men i. judgment will be rendered agaia y 00. .....,4 M rnnrrk az.LY1 aM JacaaaBTUlctoCiacuaaUf 1 Chattanooga tad Ckatta.ooeaI, fcaHei
of alleged beep \ tr.;.. P fiat
aold the drt BOILS mairrr < rrxonMil. carry
and iruar property to pay >t. elec .t day coacher to OncUoati. coache> .
from Crown lands in TrinlanJ. .' ,.a.trite eat rmr.,KattMa.Vre Jidh Day deepen New York W'ia
pin .inn th.18\: !'-.lt. GILCHRIST. _.ilU to Chatta- TkV2Sra .. .
.'Sfe Lawrence of the Supreme Court, 1! 4tuulw Uiixia,naintUT Attorney*. oar claim exrlonlv by TKI"Iof n tti.JU.plUarri5bvJr.. ..\:iClcttawogc) : ]Jj :rria aJ a tr sleeper J Er.to

toyed the motion of law & Jflfrtwm, sr UccIu"is trees Permanaftttv (ator4. 8CJL7IEII KXClKSIO.t" TICKETS w"aahTartwa"Tia Saeaaadoak JawtioaOn
attorneys! in the case W TacsAsaft a Inc all Pliiain....WcakatMM. and | 3f.eak.eus..ferwe.e.a elrr. QuMOr. D.1 l1lt7..... an sale from May IJ to Seat yx Limited to Oct. Ji, lSa i t: sad Use B. *O. R. R.,"cOBBcetwg with
Th4 cart BI.btI Afli.tlw.0 Testiaaealala TO .A 1.18ranCK tIM "Royal Else Line.
KEKOBTS.
Atf to furnish this bond OM traia of elb renonorla&w ezeeawa
tla, it U boIDe with --L. from to statm and Terrttorice.paid.rora I tie NnIt8 of overwork.BtetM. worry,et.. raU Fan UformaUoa relative to rates,hotel.ctc.- dw rfaUjjI I ZwaW rmfuratahed. fe fir .0 Ehi"
Idie would give the pUlntia OMan4 Mtn. III JKW IlK iiaTifxi M 'strenatk. MnIcJIIIODI flrea 10 every Every letter of iaqwy answered ia detail. '..>y.*loge ly ssy a-.J"_.
tin
esaary, to file a bond.t .\\'COLLET: FarE.M r It vklto. TM*TM. fall I laa* l far aOXI TaXATtsar. > erraa aDd*. lnio porUoo..liat of iMarpTeaaent the body guaple aeca., naMralaetbod Feltenbepa.tbib For berth reservation rates folders ste. apply t.ticket: ateach Uromgbort Floivia acksMrri&e or to Ina.' .
W .... .ass.. 0.fILLTata01ZDurheaaa t. iJKO lemnieea. 9ont..xpLna"Oa1sad FRANKM.IOU.YDit.PaWjQt.Va/WetRvlocetAcu>r Bloek.1 ,
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.. :, N;:- .t' r .. ORMON-BY.THE-HA.. from Interlachen and popular Palatka CRESCENT: CITY.CRESCENT .
TIlES THE HOM STRETCH. LATEST h1/Mb .. ..LE.
!!L T KA WEEKLY; -. A' "lal to this Reeon-co. lady became engaged in a sand battle
Editor J"aatb 4f+sea.The Delightful Anderson and*hls pan- CITY, August 2.
+ r with Captain
Wbo .
i candidates who have placed Up to the time of Wig, to press, rotta.r were Tbe.Th.AmuemeBU.4cojrrnriru tubing. net It is needless to eta e that the Editor rl tk* Tin**. .

ttoKENZI' BURTZ._PUBLIWCRSFICB themselves ia tM race for the par. the'Cieeeioed? Convention > rae LAST WKXK.T lathes were successful the gentlemen Now that the team to contest for
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the result of
retreating into the watt'. The ladies
poee'of secwrwg a nomination at the is laieter- So charming and beautiful were the followed and renewed the battle with Sheriff's office in our county has been
lFl>ttMi'f .00nL ryo&t street at .GeiB..iIe,
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..k 'aezttoPatoiroe, primary election, are now on the surroundings that we stood in bewilder water again defeating their combatants placed before the public and the time
mined. Tfc jaiioation of She 9to& : who were compelled surrender. near*at hand when the Democrats will
home stretch. Up to this time the .. ment before the window and gazed with the
i Our advice to those can spare who the is to be for
tii man selected
: campaign has been one of much life ballot "sfcow :( ea. Bullock is interest the heavensfas Ormond at Hotel say
SCBBCKirnOST KATE-On Tear, on king of.the i time is to go to ;stop It all
Ceti.a.rriytlow the becomes Dome.grata
race good
W Ce&W: ; Three Uratb*, 25 candidates have Udtes he ascended I Coquina. where everything provided ,
due in 4nDoe. and ammation. The leading all other ea*< by a gradually from the depths the
& of the best to yiew
exer-
I for comfort, and have one surroundings,
had their day, and it now remains for t of the deep, blue sea.OrmondbytheSea.
small majority, i times imaginable on half the money it cise due" precaution and choose from
the voters to do their duty. There is wraot in
was to
for transportation
.PALATXA.ItYLA., AUGUST 5, 1892. is confronted by would require among them, the man whote antecedents -
this The Convention
much involved in the result of quiet slumber; not a soul was astir on the North. and <

primary election, and it is well we : conditions the other of the broad, snow-white beach as far as qualifications claims justly
or
two one
.' "TI ij { nd Milk, 10 cents can, think for every voter to consider, in the eye could reach. An occasional MR. T. W. RALPH'S CANDIDACY.HUNTIXOTOX entitles him to the confidence and

RGranger's.e a spirit of fairness, the respectiveclaim which must lot accepted., 1 st. There.: gullcould seensoannghigh above August 2. honor of the party.

';. .f. ue James will visit friends of each candidate, not only must be a'giving awaf,of one tideor :the, sea in search of his prey; a great Editor PalatkaThoa, Without detracting from the meritsof -

ees3g soon.Iii. in regard to his fitness for the position the other, 2d. Kj w is refused, I school"of porpoises were playfully But one more Issue of your valuable any of the candidates, and wishingto
he seeks but the consid- do no man injustice or full
higher t wrong,
3
.:B.JB. MeLeod Riverside, was eration of the effect of his DOmination there must be a continued V deadlock.LATER. chasing each other like so many chil- paper will reach the voters of Putnam i Justice demands an expression of opln

:'a pleasant caller Wednesday. on the future success of the dren at recess, sometimes jumping two before the primaries will have taken ; ion in the matter of choice for one who-v'
Or three feet out of the water blowing in the
and while the interest
Dan "Morgan, one of Norwalk's party. There is one question that like place ;is believed to possess every qualification -
a bellows the old sand crab and other
lazy Sheriff
; for
has been of in this many candidates and I*
solid citizen, was a pleasant caller at spoken precinct, necessary, loyalty to Democracy -
with
*THE TIMES"office Monday. that will create quite a change in the Nominated eyes hanging from them like two candidates nomination Is being ventilated adds anything to his claim should .
Cooper ,
) j bul-ksbots suspended by a and referenceto
string said in
Is
word
,
intended vote of many. When web not a be the choice of the party-that man Is '
'Ourfnend E. 8. S.nJtli. of Smlthfiile ; which has never been known to :
making
: gin to think over the list of .candidates move a choice for Superintendentof !Jesse L. Burton.

was a welcome visitor to TIlE we find several who have [SPECIAL TO THE TIMES,] except in retreat from danger of being Public Instruction. This Is the I J. L. Burton wag born In Green
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Tnrasoflcft: Wednesday. passed the middle age of life; sev- GAINESVILLE, August 5 -Charles' trampled to death or some other good officer we ought all to be deeply Interested County, Alabama, being educated in

Mrs. M. B. Noyes, of Biverside, eral of them have heretofore been haa'jast reason, occupied prominent position In, for his work Is not of a day, the doctrine fhomas Jefferson, JohnC.

\'ya ed through the, city Wednesday, honored with important positions M. Cooper,of, Dun, County' n'the, sandy beach. but to be felt down the ages. Calhoun and that band of patriots i
have filled these positions with nomination So interested were we that time went Is a candidate
W.
.ea route to Louisville, Ky. They received the for Congress I notice Thomas Ralph who advocated and believed in the full
credit to themselves and honor to the rapidly, and almost before we were for the position, a gentleman
the 144th ballot amidst great en- sovereignty of the States under the :
We truly believe De Witt's little on ,
county. aware an hour had been added to the with whom I am well acqua\n1edlnd

early Risen to he the most naturalmost We Me among the many, one single thusiasm. history :>f this glorious resort. whose capabilities for making one of constitutional compact, to which re-

effective, most prompt and economical young man aspiring to a positionof Remembering our obligation to the the best the county could produce, no mained that paramount authority to;
make and unmake
pill for biliousness, Indiges- trust and responsibility that every TO THE CITIIESS OF POTKAM COOTT gentlemen in the lobby the previous Mr. Ralph has not constitutions, and
: ion and inactive liter. P. F. Peek one concedes he is peculiarly fitted man can question. exercise full power of local scjf-gov:
evening, we donned an appropriate attire but he '
the qualification,
for A geattanaa who has so far I hereby announce myself as an In- only literary einment; took Issue with cousolidationiftts -
Dr. McGregor who is .pendIng thesummer and repaired to the office, where has the executive ability of managingthis
,
given evidence that he is a young dependent candidate for the office of of the North,and enlisted in tile j
In In letter the party awaited breakfast, during He Is who
Minneapolis a office. a man
earl man of destiny, a gentleman who Sheriff of Putnam County, subject to important i service of his Slate in the war between -
;:ao a friend here dated July 30: "Wegave which time a very interesting game of has the interest of our county and people
,
:
has received at the hands of his fellowtownsmen the action of the voters in the coming the States as Major of the 11th'I
I been having tome very warm whist was indulged In by some of the heart whose investment: h remake
kt I
honored
the gift of the election. J. H. SHELLEY. Alabama Kezimeot of Sharp Shooters.
weather up here for several day*. I and whose party, a few chatted pleasantly, while his interests identical with ours.I .
office of Mayor, one During his! service he was twice -
feel like going back to Honda to conduct of, public affairs, coupled Three-pound Can Tomatoes,10 centsat others, preferring the fresh sea air, lenrn he is one of the best Sunday I upon the field of battle promoted for

>cool off." with a broad and progressive spirit Granger's. enjoyed a stroll through the hotel School Superintendents in the county, bravery and gallantry and for the recapture -

the grounds until the welcome summons of and If he certainly has peculiar I of nine at Batesburg was
looking to grandest developments ... so
A l'1e. Part
It is a fixed Immutable law that ? a
granted complimentary for
ClDreak aaU"! attracted attention. furlough
everyone's
the not
for
of the good already fitness training yonng,
'to have good, sound health one must county's On Friday afternoon,at the residenceof sixty day, but refused to accept it because
nave rich and abundant brood reflects the wisdom of their choice. her parents. Miss Edna Baugher en- possessed by every man. I desire to he believed his duty was at hiapoIt.

There pure is no, shorter nor surer route Now, fellow voters, can we affordto tertained a large number of her friendson After breakfast our party embarkedin see Mr. IUj! :' honored with the nomination .

defeat such ? What the occasion of the eighth of a kindly provided by, Harrie He came to PutnAm
than by a course of DeWitt's Sana a young man year wagon I abd afterwards with the election County-In 1869,
rrflla. encouragement should we give to our her advent into this world of sunshine. Fowler and ia a very few momenta fur his ability entitles him to be penniless and broken down in health,

Mr. N. H Thomas, a strong candl young men who have or may have folk Games had were a gay indulged time., and Refreshmentswere the little probably the happiest, most contented abreast of the times, and under his nearing wounds the received honorable during marks the war.of seven since

date office of laudable ambition to aspire to official served most crowd that existed on the coast were administration thall see our schools
for the Codnty Judge, in a approved style, we then as many of our citizens are
tae"in, town Monday, Mr. Thomas positions? Must we tell.them to and the guests departed with many expressions traversing the palmetto jungles on its moving forward in the foremost ranks a.ware. he has ever been loyal to the

made "THE TIMES" a very pleasant wait until gray hairs and tine. infirmities of happiness and good wishes way to the famous Tomoka fishing of the State, Let everybody vote for puncinles of democracy, advocating its

of old|age are upon them? i for the sweet little hostess, who is Indeed grounds, where, it had been said, any PUBLIC SCHOOL PATEOX. purity, and ever opposed j

,L The young men of this country entertaining for one of her age. thing from the silver-finned cavalia, Ralph. detracting the integrity and honor oi j
On the same evening Miss Lenore the party Ale has never asked officeof
I
Dr. H. B. Estes and family after a are inclined to the Democratic THE PREVIOUS QUESTION CALLED.
a pany Hafer, a niece of Mrs. Baugher, enter- weighing on an average of threequarters his party before this, and if all the
rpkasant vacation at Sea Breeze, re* and we cannot afford to turn a cold tained a limited number of friends,and of a pound, to bass as large as an Editor F Utka HUM qualifications fitting for the positionand

';.turned yesterday. shoulder to them. Come, fellow. the occasion passed toff very pleasantly. ordinary alligator could be pulled in. The political campaign which has a continued fight for the priuci-

e voters, let us divide our votes between pIes :of democracy, from our darkest j
ProcreMiTeVhlat... FOR cot1'in..J11DGE.' Arriving at Tomoka bridge about 8 prevailed In Putnam County duringthe
the old, the middle-aged and period of political existence up to the
o'clock preparations were made for past four weeks has no parallel in
By special invitation Miss Nina the present time,entitles any man to recognition -j
J bolts was the entertainer of a limited young men. I hereby announce myself a candi- storage of lunch etc., out of the reachof the history of Putnam County politics. be certainly is the man
Let nominate Martin Griffin
us date for re-election for, the officeCounty oi f
the animals and in cool Whether contemplated as a measure Ax OLD ACQUAINTANCE.A .
.somber of friends at her home on Tnesdy Jr.,for Treasurer. FAIn PL Y. a place. party .
whist Judge. Just as this bad been completed a loud or a political experiment, the primary .
evening. Progressive was
West Putnam, Aug. 1, 1892, full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
JOSEPH E. BALDWIN.Drignt .
:the main attraction of the evening, six and startling cry from Mr. Anderson'sboy system of making nominations at lowest at .
prices Grainger's.Call
,
>able* being filled. Chase A Sanborn's best Boasted Bio (who had heard blood-curdling stories does not commend Itself to the intelli-
and examine and
the goods
The first prize, a handsome paper Coffee, 25 cents pound at Grainger's. people aie quickest to of the wild cats,panthers, etc. inhabiting gent voter, and probably will never be get price'
and be
convinced.
recognize a good thing and buy iU We Also Hay, Gi
that informed his resorted to least not under
:fc&ife, was won by Miss Anita Smith, Tables the blues. country) again-at and Feed.
.. Ripans cure sell lots of bnght people the Little Early
.fce gaining the greatest number of.fitftmes these papa of "a big wild cat" in the bushes the same conditions. But the campaignh
Bisers. If not bright
are
\ The "booby" was awarded to Judge Jos. E. Baldwin announces pills will make you you so. P. F.Peek., twenty-,five feet away. Investigation, now in the evening shadow of its A Corrtctloru

a young lady who usually manipulates himself a candidate for reelectionto however, ,prayed Master Anderson's existence. The previous question Is We have received a letter froM

.UM cards to advantage; but seems that the office of County Judge in to- Rfpans Tubules purify the blood.< "wild cat" nothing more than a "gen about to be called, and we must team ..

en this occasion fate was her
\t The prize, however, was something day's paper. Judge Good Syrup. 40' cents. ." gallons at the rlvervshore.In '" The conditions that now surround was in error in making the statement
made efficient officer and >
wry novel a don baby constructed entirely -: an none Grainger's... .' : ,the catch of fish'we were not dis- the fortunes of Putnam County Democracy In last week's TIMES to the effect tha

.. of peanuts. I can say'augbt of his record. Mrs. L R. Patton, Rockford, 111. appointed, as'a great variety,some very Invitee and should stimulate the firm of Causey & Green had been]

t.. The gentlemen winning first and I SPECIAL Q. A. R. TRAIN. writes: "From pcrsonal.erperience ]I, fine, were .successfully landed. The thought and sober reflection, for out oi. formed in lien of the old firm of Steam J

"boobt" prlze were Messrs. Hamerickid can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla largest, a bass weighing ten pounds, such conditions of mind the best results t Causey. The old firm has not been]
:
obtained
always The Democratic
:Cochrane, respectively. That won I The encampment of the Gl1'nd a cure for impure blood and generaldebility. was caught by Mr. Anderson. This are party can maintain its ascendancyonly dissolved. Mr. Ed. Green is acting M]

>y .).frs Cochrane was a handsome Army of the Republic takes place in P. F. Peek. t fish was very gamer, pulling the boat by being true to.itself and to the assistant postmaster. Our correspondent -]

having bad, while Mr. Hamerick waslke I Washington, D. C., September 20. nearly a hundred yards up stream. noble principles intervoven in the wool was doubtless misinformed in regard -

COMO NOTES. The next in size was caught by Walter and web of its organic existence. to the matter with ]
recipient of a dainty pair of *dancshoes. Veterans in Florida will be gratifiedto no Intention
rahtks And in this Mr.
connection Editor
.'..' ." I Correcpondenc Agnew, of Ocala. The fish discovering cf doing any injustice to the parties in-
learn that the Plant System con- Coxo'Auguei 4.Mr. you will pardon me for alluding as a
I Refreshments .were served after the tempting bait, "didn't know It Democrat to the candidacy of lerested.
: I one gen-
templates running a G. A. R. has ,
special
.+i dio dancing occupied the remainder Dusenberry gone on, -,another was loaded," and swallowed the whole tleman, with no intention of disparaging
train from Jacksonville to Washington trip to Jacksonville to be the efforts of the honorable During the epidemic of flax in thi*
i nlnr. II thing as well as half the line. Weight, gentlemen -
last
t a late hour the on September 16th, 17th or 18thto away several days, and Will ia boss eight pounds. who are making a laudable con. country summer, I had hard work]
; ij, party dispersed test for the same position. 1 allude to to keep a supply of Chamberlain
Tvsjs a united expression of appreda-I accommodate all who may wish to of the ranch. ',per' After fishing until'we were actually: B. L. Lilienthal. Two years ago this Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined

'K* is !t'HAs and thanks for the hospitable man- attend. The rate will be one fare Mrs. Jamison is making :great improvements tired pulling them in. the victims of gentleman was induced to run for this on hand. People often came ten 0

J sW'in which they were entertained by for the round trip.A about her residence. She our sport were thrown into the wagon office against a gentleman who was twelve miles in the
night hot
of the office to get a
in
already and
jftfce charming hostess and her estimable is putting tin gutters about it, so we filling the body completely. possession ,
while is true that he tie of the I have
dividend of 35 per cent has been Upon our arrival at the hotel the it was a Republican Remedy. been sing <

irN ther. declared and is now being paid out by might as well give up looUng for fish were weighed, balancing the scalesat yet hej:stood high In the confidence patent medicines for the last te<
-; any rain to reach us from her direct of the public, and was considered -
Don't the defunct National Bank. Receiver eighty-one pounds. This broke the yean and find that it has given bet
that
E.
forget W. Green the
tion. the most difficult man to defeat
Merrill deserves great credit for the % record of the season, Mr. Stewart (fa. satisfaction in cases of Diarrhoea anJ
blacksmith and general repairer, next able manner in which he has conductedthe Mr. Horace Prior ha just indulged miliarly known at Hotel Coquina as In the county. Mr. Lihenthal enteredthe

:to Merwin's stables, will do you a good affairs of the bank. in a road cart. Horace pays be won't "the Senator"), a jolly merchant of race and was discharge a good ma- flux, than any other medicine I has]

job. AU work at low Bay Ridge formerly holding the cham- jority. He has the dutiesof ever handled.-1. H. BENHAM Pro
in
price., consideration have anything come Ii:.D. after this.
the office to the
entire satisfaction of
of the dull Attention is called to the big remo- pionship ribbon at seventy-three. gist, Golconda, Pope Co., m. Oyt
times. Give him a It takes longer to put it togetherthan the people, and now, gentlemen, he
At five o'clock we enjoyed splendid
val
advertisement of Brotherson five hundred bottles of
can, tell him what you want, and he'll McLarty it does to build it. surt bath which sharpened the seeks the office again at your bands as this Itemed
ado the rest. au5-2t our first page. They propose to Mr. T. A. Ilait is having his house tite for appe- an evidence of your continued confi- were sold In that county during

remove at an early day, but In the enlarged, and we are looking 'for- Messrs. Henry Strunz, Manager Vin-. dence In his trustworthiness. Now we epidemic referred to. It wasjaperfec(

Mr. John Hewson, the enterprising meantime are offering "dividend bar- ward to the day when he with his Ing and several other gentlemen wenton insist, after granting to his competitorsall success and was the only remedy th
gains" to the public. Give them a call. they claimis, it is in keeping with the
tailor whom it a turtle-egging expedition Saturday
was reported was wife and child, will occupy it and teachings of democracy to displace an did cure the worst cases. Dozens
and succeeded in home
drowned recently at St. Augnstlue, The New Discovery. make one more resident on Como.A several night, hundred bringing officer from amjsulon of trust when persons there will certify that

made his appearance In Palatka TuesTday You have heard your friends and plant of the Sacred Lotus, purchased On Sunday afternoon eggs. by kind Invitation the record of his office show him to be saved their lives. In four other e;

and was :very much surprised to neighbors talking about it. You may of the agent of the J. T. & of Harrie Fowlers we enjoyeda competent, and the testimony of the demies of bowel complaint this Be

Jiear of his unfortunate death. We yourself be one of the rcsy who know K. W. at this place, was planted in delightful ride of five miles down the public says that he be f been painstaking and has been equally.aucceasful.

found Mr. Hewson In an unusually from personal experience just how good the little lake by Dr. W 0. Smith's beach to Se* Breeze, where we found Lilienthal and by faithful another, To succeed at Mr.this ro cent bottles for sale ,byferman ck

pood humor .at his store, where he a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, little son. It started at'once, and Conductor many PalaUans Mitchell, among and! whom were Sam time though In every gentleman sense of the & Stewart, DruggistBig ,
family }
ts busy getting ready for the fall are one of its staunch friends be. word
his
you is now growing vigorously. They Wise and family, Mrs. H. E. Arml- equal, would be the reverse of Bargains in Groceries
trade. E f of
t emed to think that the cause tiie woederfel thing about t Is, all
are a success, as one planted by the stead,.Dr. Estes and ,family John Q. precedent history of democracy. .kinds
"POrt waa quite a joke. He Is the that when once RiVeD a trial,Dr.King'sNeW' I He is a gentleman of sensitive feeling at Grainger's.In .
Chas. E. Rowton ,
tub at Como thwagh Tilghmanand family,
livest agent m a grew
corpse we have and Discovery after holds ,
yet ever and
seen, a would much such
and Mrs. C. I. Rowton Will regret action on another column it
thac hole in the tub and startedforthe family, will be foul
SBOW ever awake to the Interests place in the boos If you have never a the part of hie friends.
.cif his customers. He has just received used it and should be acted with a middle of the lake. It ha grown Rowton Between and Ormond Mrs.Fry and and Sea family.Breeze Will we raise the question of his nationality that the Saratoga Hotel is for jw

*. invoice from :England of the finest cough, cold or, aey Ttooat: Lung of over thirty feet'in two asatfcs.QCILL.. the beach, are many hadsome cottages,on against him: Win not more This popular hotel.will t* good chic

flee of iaperted foods ever' brought ,to Cheat trouble, secure a bottle' : at once all occupied.The that thirty years of residence m this the coming season*for some live
Tala&a,*and intends to make things and give ,k, a I fair trial. It a guaranteed and p
of
PalatlwM ai Hotel Coquina were country, an identity Interest and to take advantage of the excellent R
.lively In his line when they arrive. We every time, or money refunded. Four thousand acres of Jsdian River Mr. and Mr*. Myers, Mrs. George Met- loam years of peacefal association with uttion It has :
ese Clad Indeed to inform Mr. Hew- Trial bottles free at Lowry &; limas, the of this always borne. Jtr. C.
people atone for the
sale. See advertise calfe Mrs. B. L. Wall Henry Strunz country '
.....'. friends that the land is offered for( Deverenz
can particulars.C.W.MARVIN.
rumor was erro- druggists. misfortune of born from home give .
being ?
w mentin another,column ad call on Thos. Liyln stop and the TIKES representative ,
.,,1'M8tI8.t' Remarks br.&II Hr.." J. Ik Carpenter. forjiantesAffs, AMOSW our foreign 'acquaJBtansM Gentlemen there Is a principle involved -
."Don't" we ,Miked Ca t. Aader- here that we cannot an;jrd to i
". Cigars are sold on their Bill Nje's & book ir'p9.being '
derson, of Intert.cllen..t.d }:. H. Agnew disregard. D.D.
jsaerUs W. P. Hatchett will fin ;your Issued ia,a special edition for the East JETTEKSOXIAX DEXOCBAT.
: of Kendrick. These
: gentlemen
orders. If he does not call on yon any Tennessee,Virginia and Georgia Bail y G. M. (JAYIS &: &JNJ{) own and operate an extensive phos- GRADUATE: DENTAL DEPARTMENT'UJtrVEMITT : :
'order left at this office will business and Don't smoke a ten cent cigar when
reach him. road. It contains 501 pages,and 250 phate are mining a very t
Illustrations. The book formerly sold fine quality of rock. Their advertisement you can get a better one for five. The OF nKNESSECiwilitSiuii .. ;

(SooetMor*to G.X.Dale,) will swear ID TIm TDCES at an T>on't" Cigar far exceeds In quality .
o 0 for S3, but can now be had by sending early date. These have confidence
\ A."i" EYE 1 OPENER.V 13 two-cent stamps to B. W. Wrecn, In.Palatka.gentlemen s prosperity, and flavor: anything on the market.
ruityraaressai prCJ Reliable
-- General Passenger and Ticket Agent, as will..be seen In an article In next dealers can buy them on

\ JIll.fTHIS SPACE Knoxville, Tenn. It Is guaranteed to week's issue, the lack of space forbidding easy terms, In consideration of the dull
this week. ----
\* 1HLI' BE cure the blues quicker than any other We had the pleasure of an Introduction Noticp; {
r. OCCmED BY te'T
and the Is within 1T'r her
known remedy, price to Mr. Davis a clever young man ...
,
*THEPOPULABIDAnO," the reach ofaU.SfJesse Dr : from Ocala. B. L. Anderson says that Examination.11"sf3Peach 4r'. ,. ..
** for Put
\ T.-II. RAY PnoP'K Mr. Davis likes Ormond, but prefersthe nam County will Jbe Laid Palatka In A1l.tr [. ,jI11JJCouJ.. aIL
-. 3. Burtz, haviac.left the fishingat: Palatka, as the finny the White School Hit SEPTElkBEB d v( "
,
10.WILL.-,; Arlington Hotel, has secnreA a limited p PAUL-TEA. P1SA.Coinspoeie tribe seem to "catch on" with more 6TH, for whltef and SEPTEJC- w ;
I, .. -. .T01)-.BOUT 'f. number of rooms furnished In the most ; j' eagerness-but; Mr. Davis' manner of BEE 7rn, for colored teachers, beginning chiartde et -:"Teets sdmtalateeed for ce ;
'
to";'" ,t.,r-, GOOD THIKGSKESOKT. approved style. These rooms will be !.olieited..Siaee daring to rather expensive. dAn at 8 a. m.
prompt
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