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 Material Information
Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054327
oclc - 33475273
notis - AKP2305
lccn - sn 95047303
System ID: UF00079946:00010
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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PALAT&: .A Clap sad Gee4 pa.-_&. I'rom any
HAS CONFIDENCE IN i seeTo ro a th
; .Jab Upon passing the orange box factoryof the Sey those Jun
What a romtaent ffc *pk&t :MM
.f t.. GelD City soi Her Pre.P eta.g M. II. Dalton a day or two ado oar missions reached yfosociationj
attracted to pileof *">. Wetter
week attention was a large
g We bad a pleasant call last toW
Gainsay *et
from A. n. Agnew, of Kendrick, one round blocks. Upon investigationwe toweat tli
I of the leading phosphate men of this learned that these blocks were the "Re quoted br an|
interesting "waste" of what Is used in the manufacture Uy for inrn arch
State, from whom we Rained many you L-
\ pointers regarding this industry of sides. They are about four to avail bft\\lryaQ< I 1an

which, although comparatively inches in diameter and thirty inches portuiniy >4ffi'alumbun > In'cc
The material is the best heartmagnolia ExifPyH
In Its youth bat proven a great benefit long.
to Florida. oak and other hard woods, world bertnJeMiwrl Vnnd'- sea lutaama

I Mr. Agnew was in his usual good and will wear a lifetime. t.actionsthc ridA Yrrase+.r I >s
Wbj wouldn't it be a good idea to ciation ernly u .
jjK several
mood, expressing freely his opinion on the l etn
alt matters on which he was requested.He use this material the paving of our Board of M Jty Commissioners day *i

has a great deal of 'confidence in streets The wood pavement, as tried throughout a State lo make liberal

Palatka, and says that the standstill everywhere ha proved the most dura appropriations for space in the pro VOV1
bie and satisfactory. It has many advantages posed SVate
with which our town was recently afflicted building and "Official State c
could not be attributed to the over the stone, the principal Gazejifer," as outlined in the recent McRTY

backwardness of its people, but solely one being its elasticity and firmness, a[>pal of the State Commissioner, and Bi beM -.

tolhe discrimination of railroads and pi eventmst the possible slipping of .for such, action we pledge our hearty aa
the ad- bones on turning harp corners. Another co-operation and' TY
other towns which were given support. BR
that it does not A
advantage is ip-
vantage he could see that since the
town had? been favored with a steamship lure the eyes by the reflection of .he Attention, Gem City Guards I MC
rate sun, as is the case with stone. Its There will be a Guard Mount and TX BR
line, thereby forcing a lower /
business advantaj.'e over the 'clay pavement II Dress Parade in front of the Putnam .
and
Palalka would thrive prosper,
would naturally increase, and that the absence of that great volume of House, Friday, August 19th, at 6 p.m.
dust weather and several fncheojfjnastyydippery Members ordered -' .
in dry are hereby to assemble

deserving center prominence would regained.as a great,:Chipping --.-.* clay when it JJalns- at Armory by 5:30 p. m. ,1.\4; ;

MI am gratified that* a reduction of in fact so nnmeroul>T the advantage By order of E. M. McLAURr, Dividi .
"
freight that a whole column could bused on Captain Commanding.
mlhe
45 cent.has been made
per
its merits but the facts given are sufficiently DivideDivide
rate between P&latka and New York, Protracted IIilIaC. i '

continued the speaker, "and. In my convincing of superiority. A protracted meeting will commence ,

opinion, It forms a paragraph in the Mr.,, Dalton Informed THE TJKU', in St. James Methodist Church, in this .

history o' Palatka that will be remembered that he was deeply interested in the city, on Sunday, August 28th. The : \
paving of pu streets, as he deemed it Rev. Mr. Houstholder will be .
and felt all over Florida; a para- pastor, ,
graph the very punctuation marks of partly the salvation of Palatka. lie assisted by Rev. Henry Dice, of Kis- Bank h
stated that he would sell to the city of
I simmee. The be
which are Indicative uf victory. am meetings promise to a DtVtd
within Palatka this material at such a rldicu and Now if Yd
willing to stake all I own that very Interesting profitable.It S
most-l'alath lously low figure as to make it an Inducement d this
ten fifteen at the
years : for the venture. is a truth in medicine that the with us yd
anda
of to-day will have passed away,
all I Upon inquiry as to the quantity of smallest dose that performs the cure is pave a
fine, flourishing city possessing material he could furnish, Mr. Dalton the best. De Witt's Little Earlv Risers thus gettir yL
modern imnrovments, paved streets, are the smallest pills, will perform the
electric lights and streetcars,telephone replied: cure and. .are the best. P. F. Peek.' A pretty c4eri'ERpg\
"Well it is altogether to the
owing
first- ...
and
fine union -
service, a depot to]
class ocean-goin steamers will.be included thickness of the pavement. By cutting PoaloesP /Potatoes!
the blocks seven inches deep, we can
in Palatka of 1902. .
of will furnish a sufficient quantity to 'pave A car load at strikingly low
When I say 'Palatka tcnlay Mel
from three to four blocks.
have parsed away' please do not misunderstand ,
the It will be seen from Mr. Dalton'i prices. VERTREES CO.
me. I do not infer that
\ vanished statement, within three years the en-,
present population will have ; Miss Ikattie E.Race,who went North
tire length of Lemon street could be
but I do Infer that they will be encouraged covered with seven Inches of first-class In July with the Christian Endeavor GREG D

and strengthened by the entire i Society returned Saturday to resume

State, who will eventually discover and I pavement.The her duties In Mr.J. II. Norton's office. ,J i:
appreciate the importance of locationas Gem City Guards have ordered Times-Union. ;'I

a shipping point. f firmly eheve, ten new uniforms,.which are expected
Tabules have ,
RIpans to .
come
stay.
if the phosphate interest m South Florida before the 24th insu '

continues to boom'that even at dill Fl.. Pear VCochr'

season of &e year not less than three I My Stock of Groceries is Mr. A. E. Wattles, an expert typo t

thousa ltons_ [eight schooners, the whose noble endeavor has been '
iafcqoxBln! >aatkaJ of rock I always vp to the highest stand .
i Size per crowned with the building up, of an '

I month. *,You ask my reason,for this :I ard. Prices Right at elegant home on Palatka Heights, Has moved to Lemon s'd GO!

assertion? Well, the quickest and' ,; sent to THE TIMES office this week store where we will be p
most correct answer js that Ton wave I .,*" J. R. UNN'S the mod elegant samples of the Le- 't 0 havea
line ofBooksanfj
new
:ample facilities for storage you have a Conte pear we have ,seen, being im,

1 splendid dockage and lots of It; you I Tlipans Tabules baulsh pain. menee In size and delightful in. flavor.

can unload the lock directly from the I Mr. Wattles has demonstrated the
1 SPECIAL NOT ICfcb. ;
car into the hold of the ne e1. T! possibilities of even the sand hills of;

: are many other reasons, but ,these H "Fou w-.On Lemon street, by Florida in the production of first-class WHICH ARE GO
v. A. Towle, a Pocket-Book. The RID
,sufficient. fruit and vegetables that are among

j "Our firm, if a schooner can be cha* irship.ame will Apply be returned to BIUJK by proving GORE, Night own- the astounding revelations of the age. Base Ball and Crt

i 't tered and satisfactory arrangements I oUceman. It Florida is languishing to-day for the SportingSCRANTON(1

1 madcshere for a warehouse and wharf want of more such enterpnsiag citizens J

will soon begin shipping via Palatka at tSJ"Wanted-A young man just com- like Mr. Wsltles.
I II Ii pleted his second year at a first-class
) hundred ,
tons
rate of
a eight per mnnlb.
military schooLdeeires a situation, and A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
.
I could load the steamer City of St. Augustine
is willing to begin. on a email salary
on her return trip If she wa Office-work preferred,but will take any at lowest prices, at Grainger'l.Call 'WELAKA NOTES. 't-
\i other Well known in 1'a'atka. Ad, and examine goods and get prices
\ not under charter, and as soon as her ,
dress "II," careJTrMEs, Palstka. and bf convinced. Also Hay, Grain Corecpondenoe F JtkA Timee.
charter expires we shall ship by her.There and Feed. WELAKA Augu
stirs a;number of phosphate men -'PLAT-Ts OF THE BEAUTIFUL
We are having heavy rains
ZANZIBAR WATER LILYFor sale
dis-cover cheap; five for one dollar; seeds three Capitola Cook Stoves; bake orange groves and vineyards are
: for GO cents. Address W. E.
packets
t do firm ie endeavoring to do- better last and log finely. Mr. Bateman, one o
as our PALMER, Lake Como, Fla. jyl-tf longer give
successful grape-growers,
make a many
r Mr. Agnew is associated with Cap- C2jrjx>3T-Government Plat of Town-I better '"satisfaction than any that this has been a good sensor_ _
\ ship 10, Range 23, Putnam ,", .
I hIm. Price ranged from .12} U
I tarn H. E. Anderson, it veteran sea wooden roller. Finder returning to this
other make
I captain, who has been to Palatka many office"will be rewarded. at cents per pound. Crops are loo!

t c times. je25- T. W. RALTH. J. R. D UNN'SFor well.We

4 It is to be hoped that Mr. Agnew can I foNET TO LOAN on Improved < are glad to see that you have

1 make satisfactory arrangements with City Property. GILLIS & GILLIS. Superintendent of Public Interaction. voted a section of your valuable pa

f clock owners here, ae this will be. the je .tff to Alliance principles and interest
hereby announce myself as an independent 1
the Ladies Aid &
initiative to what will become a Tuesday evening
:. step 'Dnane Bros.' market la always candidate for Superintendent -
great Industry. .. .;'r. supplied with Fresh' Northern and of Public Instruction for Putnam ciety of the Methodist Church
Florida Meats, mh21tf7'Fon bounty, subject to the suffrage of the Nashua gave an entertainment in th

Good Syrup, 40 cents gallon, at SALE-Three Small Houses PEoPLE at the October election If school house. The programme in
thought worthy of their support Respectfully eluded music tableaux and recitations.
Gralnger's. near Union Railroad Depot. Must be ,
ALEXANDER STlUti8Z.
sold at once, and a great bargain cane Mrs Whitman and Mr. Crane deserve
1 During the epidemic pf flax In lh[i > had by addressing C. F. DEXISON, FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. much praise for their skilled manage-
country last summer, I had hard work *\ O. Box 201. ap23tfMARKET. .
audience
ment of the affair. The at-
to keep a supply of Chamberlain'sColic I hereby announce myself a candidate
tested their
gpAL.\TJU. GtNwL appreciation by repeated
Cholera and Diarrhoea jBemedyon for reelection for the office of Clerk of
Go :to Duane' Bros. for 'Plret-Clasa encores, and those who went from this
\ hand. People often came Yen or Meate/Po'ultrvVetc. Everything 'first- the Circuit Court. Very respectfully r
place felt well repaid for their tnp.
: twelve miles in the night to get a hot class. Free J delivery to all parts of the FRANK WRIGHT. UNO.

i tie of the Remedy. I have'been selling city. de13-tl

i pat medicines. for'the last ten t:7": Cpu TO TIm FRoNT t I have SUMMER SCHEDULES.Attention Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wells, of Sat-

i years and find 't W it has given better some good Kansas City property to 'Is called to the new advertisement euma;,"'"* ta tAM ortjr Tbmsday*
trade for
1 satisfaction in casea of Diarrhoea and grove or Florida Palatka land property and a orange mall of the Fast Tenn Va. & Ga. :.... ,,;. ... .. -

r flax, thjrn any other medicine I have amount of cash. Address, with description Railway System,showing correct sched- /*Tlwy Have BOM&M.

c ever handled.J. 1L. BEJTHAX, Druggist of yonr property P., care of ules via their various routes. THE It ....., M* owaeta of A J> .-

] \ GJlconda, Pope Co., M. ,Over PALATKA: TUCES.GTtJo Tim. commends favorably Mr. J. H. mosd'a'.Bi eriieiy for Bheuafttism -

five hundred bottles of this Remedy to Duane Bros ror everything oily, District Pa.ssengeAgent of the bare aBoaaaxuks their remedy

i 1 were tt Id in that county during 'the you want in the way of Fib jvstem', Jacksonville, to the traveling has never Iraewa to fail la a singlecase.

epidemic referred to. It wasja perfect Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. rnk i-td mblic. If they caunot get informationand .. There J* certainly room in th

'' I success: and was the only remedy that tickets desired from nee eat coupon aarhet for, a medicine that will d

did cure the worst cases. Dozens of ticket agent, :Mr. Jolly will answer what they claim for this wonde /

persons there will certify "that it UWERTAKNH EXCLUSIVELY every letter of Inquiry in detail and irepaattoa. Although the price i/a

saved their lives. In four other epidemics !end parties maps, complete achfulel, per botMe if it doe one half dai
of bowel complaint this Remedy tcHe recommends however that
,
for It ttte 1trice _OeW be 1100. If
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hM been equally through tickets be purchased from
and 60 cent bottles for sale by Ack- W. C. SNOW'S tartingvpolnt when practicable as in a druggist[ has not got its the rem"'' .,

crmaa &'Stewart Druggist majority of cases much money is saved be sent to any address bN.

UNDERTA by doing so. The local agents are ires* on receipt of
KIYO WABEROOMS, 2S}
The "Goodwfar" S1z<< leads FRONT STREET, Opposite Putnam therefore the beat ones to see first Medicine Co.48-50 gfork.
tickets etc. pnl
about
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'em low ef\One House Palatka, Fla. Residence in :
aIhe Jrue
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same building. The "Don't" Cigar is made of pure f Big Pnte tt +,;

Dollar and Fifty Cents, at ;IT.,S: :MOO:ZYt In C e.L7rELDfITAP t tobacco*nd is 'doctored"with artificial iMds !t fez s

,4. .... $ ()mB5 1ftLL"M-I -and probably injurious flavor. / *

j. R.J'UN11PS. :' tim-A. : PR030T,- 1 ATTOOTOK. :.' afl5-l.'*, HatckcU. ., seli..\them at $35 per 1,100. .. l.
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ti F.E L R. :.tTHE FARMER. Wa Street Journal.

Not to sMttgage &e. piece oi lad to At'the lUchmond ferm&al advisory

coot of ridab b.y ..Sn5ff JTNTa.fSy eommjttee.''meeting recent )1!'. Clyde

: re nisi s Bell is eta the mortgage he already owes I gave bis ttews of the Soulhwhich were

tor and stop the interest on it. considered very imtx>rtant.

rates dance with To breed better stock. Mr. Clyde stated that the organization

.i yon .sror'tfatly no'I To shelter his cattle from wind aDd of his office gave him daily repdrts

: ticket storm. from nearly every place in the South

IIa1tp tone T.ake City To stop small leaks in the'management that had SOfr fnnabilanls. It was hid

pint 'ii1 will, of the farm.. business to understand the situation

ugh ticket either yon of TQ make home life and farm life there and hence when be made a statement *

00 pointsany roint pleasant to his children. about the condition of the Southhe

To lean undone nothing that will '
and iortt poiints did it from his own knowledge. He
at a make his wife wore easier or her said he was now certain the worst times

h yon rate not 3xceed the life bappiei. the South had seen or would see was
d11e class In the month of of this He
May
and year.
line from To keep account of all expenses
int from added "The South
: not only promisednow
TIOx'x0 -rt. This r income,.
G1D flthe otlirdance ound to both one of the best cotton crops ever
trip
with the {ou local tIW THE FARMTR'S WIn known,but it would be cotton grown at
eTtsor of ReS at on tic j o any ofunctions To persuade her husband into buyIng the lowest prices at which this. staplewas
rtes e3 ,careful to i
open aoove nal the i ever produced.
.silt be girls a piano.
from1
county 4 take a recel gen5jrgurtinJouldbe I The fact is, that the South has been
: ttird paid, To convince him that the way to to learn how
second ,point, for to I compelled to produce not
eA1 so
ending on the '$ banded to cur cancharge prove to their sons that farming is only the cheapest cotton crop ever

August, jS92, from 9 a ame. arrive at proper't ughrowLthe profitable is to give them a piece of I grown, but has also,in the same schoolof

3 nl. to 5 p na. For information as router, ground and help them make it pay. 1 adversity been compelled to learn
from pMondays Wednesday through schedulesaccommodations and ping carreigned. how to produce as good pig iron as i.
apply to' To make such good country butter I made anywhere elate in this country, ata

ka will JAMES MEXZIES A. C. K. that the creamery will hare a hard cost far below what has been or is

district regig t1 OII < Iiec1lO General Agent; Traffic Man r, ntal. possible in any portion of the country

at tome onTeniee I Palatka, Fla. Macon, GS To have arrangements made for a ibis statement means that 'the South
n 'ict t aTa '. not only undergoing, but has under
dist fine kitchen
"ygistratlon aiencingweekfot garden next year. gone an ecoromical revolution whichis

t+vq vrreka, 12 m., One Dollar Weekly V THE FARMER'S sou.Vo full of meaning and suggestions cot

nuts i, 189'2, f rO' 9 viz: on learn everything he can on im- only to the future of the Mouth,Jtrat for

1 m to b avs Bays a good Gold Mitch by our Club pro\ed methods of farming- the future of the whole country. Tie
p F ,
from
System. Our 14-karat gold.filled cases Tot try new methods on a small importance of these facts Is readily apparent -
rsll'fedneedaTs Y
_ nda when their bearing the
are warranted for 20 years J-ine Elginor upon
spit for 1'nt- Waltham movement. Stem wind scale in order not to risk greatosses.V railroad problem in the South Is con

supervisor fat 11.6 and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal sidered."

county. to_ and $.O watch. To sec"ire agents To seV the advantages of farm life. Mr. Clyde explained that the extension

am where we have none we sell one of To prove that ,sound morals and of the Ricmond & Danville float-
he Hunting Case Watches for the uig 4tbt for two years, which ius been
1Vc ice. Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by good educationcar tie acquired in practically accomplished,would relieve

!express, with privilege of examination the country quite as readily as in both the Terminal)and Danville compa-

-I gisl&te of 1891, ;before payjng for same. town. nits from all outside prvsing financial
I Our at Durham N. C., writes: I difliculilv, and thus afford an opportunity .
agent To his of Irriatiiig
,VnJRX d' of the leap temper in spite -
on of 183' I I to avail of the very great improvement
"Our Jeweler have confessed they don't know chores to be done.
under the Conrf fromt Beso- how you can furnish such work for the money.": > I which had been wrought
Flontf pass : To grudge no pain or labor that will j, -condition of the Sooth above de-
State of Am /went to the Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C.. '
scribed. It would also have the resultof
I help him to a better' nobler, truermanhood. I
lution propos e gtajbf Floridaa, I writes: so increasing the value or the securities
Constitution agWtobvaTOte "Tour watches take at sight. The gentleman heM in the treasuries of the companies
said he examinedand
as who got the last watch that FARMER'S
and the sa/of all e membersof : priced a Jeweler's watches jn Lancaster,that TilE DAUGHTER. and upon the floating debt is
three-1 at the vote I were no better than your,but the price was 945.' To i;:u"rr no household duty, remembering now twin. carried that by the ate bf a

lous, Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes motives count rather than portion of there securities at reasonable
elf tted t int Ration was en- ,and prices within the next two years the
: "Am in receipt of the watch am pleased arts, in cases.
on the s heir respe journals, :without meauinre. All who hare teen it I&rlc many I floating debt can be paid off and several -
Ured458ndW thereon, and would be cheap at t40." To read at least one goo l book a I million dollars of these securities will j

the r One good reliable Agent wanted for month. I remain in the treaury of the companies -
I with tfrmineafiwctthat
Write for
each place. particulars.
!
submitted To make a daily effort to come ,

they esolutiotf to EMPIRE WATCH CO.. NFW YORK nearer her idea of perfect womanliness, Gen. Thomas confirmed the statements -
said at the Gen- made by Mr. Clyde, and added
of thef dec -tf
> and to remember that it is found in a I
t.be be In each coun- that be had made his own investigations
on to next beautiful soul-not only in a beautifulface of the condition in the South and

e ori\a onl1ESDAY, 8500,000coUn BEATTT'S ORGANS at or in costly attire. that Mr. Clyde had not overstated the
Octo-
BAEGADJS.
Monday in b or pmr-
ty ug the the ,cats logue, dress To have a flower garden next sum situation. While he did not expect
I 2 the said AY being DANIEL. BETTY any great boom there such as we have
tober. The said Wwhlnjrton, New Jenejr. seen in other parts of'tbe country he
of the sa mer.To
as follows: make home beautiful and attractive believed there was a period of long and

Resolution to her parents and :her brothers steady improvement to be found,there.
A1t I; 'FOR MEN ONLY The fact Is, he claimed, that people are
of X of the Con. and sisters.-Ex. so demoralized and have been made so

.ction la 2 he ended so as toulion YOUNG MEN,>OLD MEW by the discussions In newspapers and
,exemption prp- KT II tlK TilLS N Tat SIIMSTS H ttflUC The First SteD. the internal wrangles in Tcminal affairs
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as tollQwo' 1 of Article X of n.'n aeka sea.....ewta. .ev. Inoe M rr..tail u ?. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat.can't that people have begun to believe these

fded fouSiSlorida shall inure S -. SHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAKES sleep can't think, can't do any. securities have no value. But In spite

36 Consuwuae8cendantg wi ofJto the tMt U.:;r.m.-I=:N bpr thing to your satisfaction; and you of this there are lots of underlying
the Prh exemption m the t securities In these of
OUR NEW lOOK systems great
_
[party frtMJffni. viz: One-half .t wonder what ails you. You should value but they cannot, b. sold.. The

following Pow 1. .if ,there be a tti.:iag:::... ..= heed the warning, you are taking the tendency of the South now, however,Is

1 thereof ana to ainlDg half to the, ',, o.r..f::sa III..,t.Dt.r...,...='F first step Into Nervous Prostration. I gtttlng more hoi efnl amd !ilhfti.Wlmk-
widow, chil d his or their dc. 1 HOME TREATMENT You need a Nerve( Tonic, and in Elec- sooner or later will change this con
child or tatting the Interest I byti.ta.l..seluter..e dition of things.It .
r _
De weft__.! Bitters will find
.rs tric the exact -
I scendants, tSrents IftbeU' you
would take L..t.r rai1Ls if.aa..t, came to,the knowledge of those at
1 pare he no child, children'J 1 1aUre. .aeed s.4 l1.rr.a. D remedy for restoring you*nervous ayetern i .w-wreetuig that whatever may be
If : = to Its normal healthy sec wtlon ,
J Then the exemptions : ='li" I ; done by the present parties in controlof
_. stIM.l Kpsat. results follow the oflhLf
or descenje widow If there be .. rea be h 1 Line rr. .....W ta a ly.a.w Surprising use Georgia Central while apparently

1 shall inn ed In j:;ectlon Of thisno.wiI ; "W.r,.slatr.artl.awtAt.DaDLtLLOrtDoasai .... ...u ta..ay Your Nerve Tonic and Alterative4., acting independently at present, they
as r..ts.f.011. stria appetite returns good digestioti
,a\e be 'BO ftoidortheo'Artldee -(. c..u. promised that nothing-wilt be done by
r. = =
: .'the de- MEDIC =FFt ONN.Y. Is restored,and the Liver and Kidneys
hall enure to LCO all antagonistic to Richmond
resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
I the exeror party entitled thfretofecendanl Price 50c. at fc Hulse's npr will anything be done
\ )t10ns jjjjjj apply to all Lowry Drug tat to prevent reorganization of
iand6uc specified in Section 1 ADMINISTRATOR* SALE. Store. in harmony.

e t.luh- such In: the matter ot the E*>) ri
of mod .
dete2
fee, notice of t&teuf A. X.Edward, } Sale of Book Account -
.OW bereby given, with the de ***ed. IT
'.Jim ,
T "
n ctions: >VIRTUE OP JLS ORDER BEARING '-

__ foUO-desiring to rote at such 13 date by the the 11th County day Judge of May, A.Putnam D. 1KC County andmade .

I v"r04 the said AmendtelectiCTe Florida,fitting In rrolmt:
written or printed I will offer for Bale at public outcry, to thehighest
as'euch and beet bidder, for each, at the front Jacksonville Tampa
lmentlme side thereof door ot the Court House at 1'nlatka in said .
1 and %ttcQ or printed the wortIsD&mAlD County,daring the lea boar of ale, on the .
and FIRST TUESUAY IN SEPTEMBERnextbeing
TDMENT, any the 5th day of said month,all Book AcconnU In
"lFO.ing to vote against said farce of said Estate to the amount of S3.101.So.
an have written or' Bald Acoon its mill be JAMES told a*C.a whole.CO DREY and Key West SystemAND

JA" such ballot on the side wy27-td Administrator.

f Phrl"prescribed, the words
1. 1T."

\ cast on this question shall

", d and declaration and rcif JACKSONVILLEtll1
shall be made by the In- Work EAST COAST LINES.

!Qt iid by the County Canvass-
j5[ and by the State CanvassilJg' Extending Southeast South and Southwest from Jacksonville,cores over one thousand miles
in the same manner and atJlraes of Tropical Country,and reach all prominent Winter and Summer Pleasure Resort of Florida j
3C Kewnan Eu,bet.Bay and Foryth.ONLY
as votes cast for per- TIlE EAST COAST,
ffices at said election are re- -
TIlE GREAT_LAKE REGION
PLACE OF THE KIND IS FLORIDA. ,
J'e-/v law to be canvassed, de-
|er/aid returned. THE, PHOSPHATE FIELDS,

's. /attention of the Sheriffs is called Ladies'and Genta Wear t every description THE'PINEAPPLE FIELDS,
/Jaw requiring them to cause aIt Cleaned or Dyed.fypartiei : THE ORANGE GROVES \
sending good by express I pay
of the said election to be pub.t -
charges OM way.H. AND TIlE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SECTIONS.
in the
{ in a newspaper printed

if, if there M a paper in the BALLOU, Proprietor. .* *
.
,
I .lJ; and if there be no paper pub- JyltfSPECIAL t.-4
ed in the county they shall causeiieast -

five copies o. ,this notice to be COMMISSIONER'S SALE. THREE THROUGH TRAINS

.sted in the most public places in the .

TlAIII -
u..ty.in ORDER AND DECREE
TO AN
testimony whereof, I have hereunto PURSUANT mad June 3d,192.by the County
set my hand and have hereunto Judge of Putnam County, Florida, in the
affixed the Great Seal of Florid matter of the application of Arthur Williams, The Tropical Trunk Line.
1 a*Executor of the estate of Susan P. Moore III
at Tallahassee, the Capital tilde' :.tMdar deceased, for the pnrpose of paying debt. 1will
Of June, A. D. 1892. offer at puttie sale,to the highest and best These One an equipped with thef latest lnprvrsdaoaetw appliance*'for'theiaafety and
for cash,IB front of the front door of
JoHN L. CRAWFORD, the bidder.Court House, in Palatka, Putnam: County comfort of passeimrn Our patron*can them the FIN88TH;:FLORIDA.: .'I

Jyl-td Secretary of.State.PATENTS. Florida,oa XOXDAY.boars the 1st day of August .ins leas.JsateonPM via J.,T.,& E.X.W.$30 a.m.,dA 7.aeepc .Sunday, 1?:Sq>. ... I

Lest,real during estate the situate legal In Putnam of sale County.,the following Florida dany4JOn.J&.d*' y except SnsdayjSJW p..m. deny except I, .fiuada/.' Arrtte. ,.,.. am..Uj,.
,to-wit: A* Mdlrtded .....1aa1f.Interest In ,.m.,7.ap.. ... l'.
Are(5)acre,more or less of the westerly half Train leave Jaeksoavine,naJMcCou\u.U5a..ur. IMp. m. .

of eleven Lot(11)eM,south(I)
being a part of the Joseph Hernaodea .
.IA NoMTE-BocBD. I SOtTH-
JJylstA
1$112.Ct00g CARLETOXjyltd Lea. ..... 4.26a.es I Leave Palatka.1........._._. daD'.Ui.81m..
Special, CenuaUsianer. r-.. PaIaCk&...___._.......IIM ass I Learv Palatka;...............
Lear Palatka.'' .... ..
Caveats,aadTraAeJCarksOwMetl Obth Sd,' Efl tt- NoUN to Debtors, and Creditors. .1" ', FLO HA 3OCTHFRN L Ir WAY-50151 BOO

Oppisis O.S.Pat MOf* Lear. FalaUe..........-...,_:.-....<.t.It.11 a.aLear* Palatka...,,..........._._ tea p.Lq
I tad we can a.r.r. patent la MM ttaM tMitbOMrmoU i ix PESO IU;;CULMS AGAINSTA. _. g' ....
from WashingtoBv -. the Estate.of Isaac W. Brown deceased -- USTW AST LDOB.'
bead not**, drawing ecphotojwh* i* er Eat* oi Putnam County Florida, will present NORTH BOV ND. I SOUTH BOC3OX. '
tell Va4rise. if pauntahle er notfr e fliiLrrt them,to ... duly ntbrntieaeed.within wide the Lear Palatka f r8tjAaguUn e.....,.-lids..a I Lean Palatka fod>-J1oII&..". ..,..... i.4Spni;
,..eared.A law,or be barred
Oar fee not caetUi patent Is time prescribed by they J '., -1' -
V aria Ise. -Bow t*ObtafnPateBt-* and all person Indebted to aM estate willmate _
el actual clleuU U your State,county,or ,payment to me.
tL2 it.we r ddr.aa.j CUAEtrS. VT. BROWN. '
Indian SteameJ.
Administrator.FKDKILAL river:
: A.SNOW&CO.OppotRS JelOSwNotice Ponrr FLA.,Jane Mth!"'l. _, 'f' ,. .

Psls.t el+s.lOsAtwal...8 B. Lave Titur1Il I 00-IIL.dally except Sunday foe RocUedge Ea* Gallie XelboorM: and way

to Debtors and Creditors. Undings.
tssji Leave tasrlDe 7.00.....Monday,Wednesdays and Friday, for Jupiter and way landing i
'J UNDERSIGNED HAYING BEES Connectfng at Jupiter with train of J.A L.W.Railroad for all point oa lk Worth. -
...'tis.twr.rrsdte THE appointed and qualified a* the Executor
Steamer "St. AugnstiaelevrM; Ormoad S a. m. Tuesdays Thursday sad Saturday tot
of the last will and testament of Jacob
T
a ..;;; \ Bowaberg.deceased,notice 1* hereby to RocUedge and way landing* Reaming leaves Kockledge I a.i4. Jloadsyt Wed.-daJ"ta4.
fen
with-"
.a ar 1ntfr. creditor to their Uinu.p
and u.. present Friday
.ills lpI'O'Ne
r.-.l.Ma4 Q....peatonttaestheeo.. er estate they to will me be within barred the and time an prescribed persons tadebtedto by law. For schedules,map,ete,call OB local agcmta,or addms'tb General Passenger Agent.K. .

stulana aed 7.adtas..elrslto aaid estate will,make payment to me. R. CABLE W. L. CRAWFORD G. n.1.cnm.y.
IT.AIL ce X.J. BROAD, General Manager Enpt.East Coast Line/ General Passenger Agent,
...._IIi! ... Executor.Wzt.aLi .
111 .n TR-. IN, .F.....,Hay 13th,1892.4* lDJu--I J.T.A K.W.8JWt a.. St.Augustine Fla., JackK.T
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ifr'_ aefreVir .--s ..... ".... '" &........ ...... 'irFlo '
! *.wre II.BB- TW. n.... n Ov. Sb. VTIr\ .'t Correspondence: Patatka.ftates.POXONA. A Baker .f ; & 0(3SHORTHAND o

i free AU 11.t.... August 8.Mr. jt .' ..

Copious rains have t.u..1a some parts. S.: C JfcXftill fffJimpa. WM. In .
of-drought strkkea ,Tmxaa .
Sad TTHght..aaperiateadetit, of %he' town Sunday We)&. Jhotfn and to ,
United Stalls mint at Carson City. Nevada .. the remainder of lumber at the '
size
is dead.The up {!
which belongs to him.
mill
president has signed the ad Untitr1ng
boors of labor of laborers and mechan. :7hq adopted. I1nd..bf Mr. and Mrs. For DyspepsA.
Boxes
ics on pobUe work. Reynolds is reported very sick. Mr. Bellangeg Propr., Stove Orange Wraps, .
Chief Justice) Joseph 1:. Comegys. of
Delaware, is very ill at Dover. Speculation Henry was down to see the child. dry, Quebec writes:

as to bis successor Is already rife.Congressman U..... Firkins,. accompanied by Mrs. hare gust Howe{ for
Rnfas K Letter tae been trip Kenka last Monl me great relief.
Elfa! made a to
Avery, andNaAND
reMminated by the Democrats of the to all Dyspeptics Hoops
First Georgia district without opposition. week. ." ..f
Representative WaUon's charges of Mr. II. A. Curtis and H. A. Ring, very MAMnrACTCXKK or '..' j
drunkenness on the floor, made 1 "
against \
Mr. Cobb and others, cannot be sustained who bare been at Port Tampa City for Ed. Bergeron, General- WHOLESALE DEALERS IN- --...:.1 :: :
some time, returned home Sunday Eauzon Levi. Quebec; writes:
Et-Governor St. John spoke at the have peed August Flower.with .s
raorniug. They: report everything '
ville.JJthia Ills.springs, la behalf' mod Prohibition and booming in that young city. best,possible results for Dys AND YELLOW PINELUMBER Flour Grits Corn Bran. Hay,:IOats; CottaN P

B well Candidates are plenty now-a- ays, 4 .'1 a;
F. C. A. Barrington. Engineer
D. Wlmtfcrly. of Palaskl ha
been nominated by the People's county party to especially candidates for Sheriff. The General Smith, Sydney; I Seed MealHandCFertilizers.: ,4 .: .-

assertion "Oh. I am going to in It OLD J., T. Jk K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE. '
get
A crank, calling: himselfGodhead the a complete cure my case. SATSUMA hot; !1:5.: FLA. -'ti
Clarence," has beet, writing annoying there no use talking; and then'pro ed like a miracle."
; '
orders will and Mr
ten to President Harrison from Atlantic 3TA11 receive prompt, attention quick .hipmentlmade.]: ,
N. J. ducing "black bottle" the voters are tfrVERTREES
city Ceo. Gates Corinth Miss. (
of Removal.
Mr Livingston has carried another offered part of the contents. Saloon I "
I consider August Flower ;
county, and it AOW looks like he will bereelected your:
be closed on election days, hot I
to congress from the Fifth Georgia may : I best remedy in' the world for Ttor.egt J'ndlesl fnllnftl Crsdeete\sec '
district! every one is pretty well supplied beforehand I pepsia. I was almost dead consequence of the rebuilding of Uted to positions. CatAlor free. Write to

Robert McAllister and Al Lock wood, of to that It doesnt matter that disease, but used several RYAIt & mAmI maw COWl.
New Lensbarg. Mo. were playing *UU a Store No.51 Lemon street, "
pistol which tbef.did not know was load much. of August Flower, and now LOUrSVILLE. KY. \>
ed. Tb. Mr. John Cook is register clerk. Go sider myself a well man. I
An effort Is being made by the Christian and get registered. A. T. J. recommend this medicine to C. I. ROWTON .'

Endeavors of its being to boycott the World's Fair Incase If ing humanity the world over." removed to the corner of Lemon fc
liquor is sold on the OpeD8on ground Sunday, or CONSUMPTION CURED. G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer Front streets, in the Kean Block, A. V. }[OU "T. \VALTER THOMAS.: t

The Waterman opera house block, at An old physician, retired from practice Woodbury, New Jersey, U. occupied by II. T. Vatterliu, i
Plattstunuth. Neb, was destroyed by fire. having had placed }In his hands by he will be glad to supply his ) ;
The building waa valued at S.VooO
; insurance as heretofore with the BEST MOUNT & THOMAS
f 13.OUU. Other losses, i ,OUO. an East India missionary the formula "The Little FRESHEST FRUITS in season.

The Atchisoa (Kan.) Vitrified Paving of a similar vegetable remedy for the Bananas, Strawberries, Ap
Brick
has
been ue4 Tlrotnu
company
:
bl
Seattle, its former president, for $30.110) speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Tomatoes, Dates Fujs. Raisins,
for damages, etc., and iS7.SO: on an account BronchitisCatarrh, Asthma SAMPLE BOOM Ac. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes, ,

Jamee Hatfleld of Tennessee, and all Throat and Lung Affections, LEMON STREET. FALATKA,FLA. and Candies. &c.of the choicest
for whom ,Tobaccos, ;
...
there 1s a reward of$UXio has just beaten also a positive and radical cure for Nervous .full rs slwsYtla Line of Chole ttock.tyOraen W. ,IJqvors a .. .
his creditors at Van Buren, Ark., and all Nervous Com California Juice and ,
Debility and Grape and
skipped. There he went by the name of from the Country Staple arc1ice1 leiPALAKA
Burton. plaints, after having tested its wonderful oc -3m CHA8. IIEBJCKA: York Apple C aer. 4ny6-

George Henderson who robbed Parish curative powers in thousands of
& Evans'Jewelry store, at Nevada Mo.,
'9t $1 fOu worth of jewelry and silverware cases, has felt it his duty to make it "WAY Down trot ns'ewAau .. G. MANGOLD j

was' arrested at St. Joseph Mid the property known to his suffering fellows. Actuated FLORIDA.

The recovered.negroes of Atlanta are moving to by this motive and a desire to White sulphur] LEADING ARTIST IN

have a park, with all modern attach- relieve human suffering, I will send
ments. A tract of land has already been CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS.
free of to all who desire it AID
charge
,
selected Springs
an option secured and the stock
U being rapidly taken. this' recipe, in German,French or English -

It looks now' like Judge John W. Maddox with full directions for preparing W. T. KING, Manager. LANDSCAPE PHQTMflAftlY ALL GOODS WARRANTED OR MOXET REFUXDEL. ja1 .11' ,
of Rome, will get the congressional and usingt Sent by mail by addresa-
Domination in the beventh Georgia, over fog with stamp, naming ,this paper.W. WHITE SFRIKOS, IRONY STREET PALATKA, -I s f'
Everett, the present representative. Everett A. NOYM, 820 .Powers' Block
U an Alliance Democrat, and Maddox ATTEND PROMPTLY TO CALLS A. D. STEVEN,M..Manager Engineering Depanmeat.
.
Is a stralghtout. Rochetert N. Y.COMO e SPECIAL RATES BY WFEK.: OR )rO ** w.0'Grove,.Residences..wtt.h.
WHIT SULPHUR and ** Lance of Studio. Always up J. B. XIRKILL.Manager BlacUmlth Sbope.
In London, a petition has been filed BEATK WATER in the Sooth. Springs << tatesttya'eofPortraitun. If' want .
against the return of the Right lion. Arthur NOTES. charging over o.ouoe> llon8 per hour of yourself or old Pictures enlarged try A. E. MIKRU.U Uanacer Boiler Shops.Merrill.Stevens
James Balfour as member of parliament Cures diseases u all kinds. : sending off to some free portrait
for the east division of Manchester, CorMpondenoe Falatta Times.Coxo. Call and Bee specimens. Bo20-3m
on the ground that bribery was resorted to August 9.

in the last election.A The family of the Rev. James Scbo- M. J. ARE the BEST.8end Hllineering CO.SUCCESSORIJ
little girl aged 9 years, has told the ORGANS for Cta- 0.
sheriff of Chester county Tennessee,a stoJry field have gone to Windsor on the Addreral. >A'iitL". BRATtY Wah.
regarding her tnothe&4 death which. If Florida Southern Railway to take cart .New Jersey nove U
substantiate, will convict a son of Reed
RoMnsoa, living near Mlmin Teon. of of Mrs. Scho eld'. mother, whols very :

horrible, Chicago brutalities, a trailer and murder.At OQ the. Calumet sick. We thought was getting dull l.0111011 n Street Bllir rd Parl $. H E. ARMisTEAD, ( TO J. E. MERRILL A;Co.);
here but
and before
lonesome now we
eiectrie ,
I road jumped the track while
rounding a curve and went over a T-foot don't wonder at a young man in the --
Icmba&kmenC Of the thirty lajt&e tital. & DrI
car, eleven were severely passesgers shaken tipandbrmsed. vicinity looking melancholy.Mr. WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL tnM'S I Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
None of the Injuries willpron. .Dtuenberry returned from Jacksonville ,.

Victoria.,fatal sealm, are entering heartily Into on Friday aiffet, but 'talks of WlttES. UtUORSMi GKAR8 l LEMON ST, PALATKA. '".... I' .

the plans of_the George|UL Treadwell going off again to be gone some, time. ''
the celebrated J. W.
Agent for t -Tbe Latest fttyles aa m D e Jlinla&
t lam pf raid 'are get.tlryving'disro.ltion. ,
.- Al l i1N:y. Jl repreMoUtire JTerily, Dane you per & Silrestier Whiskies. A, hill Trimmed Hats te cad Order Trimming When la ia eed Profusioeu of any-
of the company It at Victoria Afrangiag ; of the best, brands at the lowest this line, Jrespeetfally request a trial.
the preliminaries tot obtaining control Mr. Gable bas hd Some friends
of the sealskin market. 'dallies: : In the best raaaaer and at shortest notice. BoOers,Engines and Machineryof -
I from to-Tttk'him. :
Pennsylvania They .
all kinds dished and set up.' We are making a specialty of building nmaft
fHi't.AST GRAHAM.- I were well pleased with the a appearance' Rye.._,_.........._............._.'1 C. KELLY Launch and Steamboat Hells of Steel. W. also furnish Boilers and MachiBery i
.
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\ Boss.
He 4A 1I i".L. Ttwbstorry.wu of things in gehrr.i one ir. the'gen.tiemen silver WMdlnr......-...:::=........ : and Wood Hulls if deired Correspondence irolici ed., State Agent for West- :
la4. ; at Eustis. 8ilTwterRye..... S [inchouse Ba aelooI :Workmen sent to all parts of the.state. We i keep on Irnit ;
owns a grove .... ...... SICK OF
i 1 t'.ra. : t Sca.cianl..AA"Bourbon.. .- 4 a full hue of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith's supplies. Second-Hand. ,
'p r) JdTQlnQrilWn A very large horned owl was found J W.Harper..1
lz,1Aa&;
9'f+i -ol-I chinery bought and sold Write for estimate and pnces.Omcx 4

shot and killed hers by Ed Tewks- in Mrs 8cholet." I lt1r k7' pen ,09morn&ig The Jug Trade a specialty.I Big Coffee Pot I TND SHOPS-133 and 140 EAST BAT STBKET: jAcxsoxrtLXJc, FL.. 1
berrr Theibootlng was the result of last week. He showed fight orders solicited.

a family ieud of standingQtttiaig but was captured, and to on exhibition P'A Full and Complete Line of

tW-Mch flvfyry's' menk it the depot LIGHT HARDWARE and EAthE1thBUsIness 1
hare been killed on the Graham side Quite a stir is noticed in thepolitical Tremont HoteI'o..JJU.Y which, must be sold. : ::
I 1
at this The -Third
a&4 fobrteen 6a Tewksberry. Ora- arena place Party pay to inspect this stock as I keep 1J
ham was the last one pf four r.'herll will be likely to make a good showing ( KOTU. Yoorra' .l but the best of nelthlog. J

all killed and Tcwksborry ..last ->t as some of the iniquitous laws passedby KETTRAN STREET: NEAR BAT, Tinning end Gas Fitting .
the six. A posse of officers and citizens our Legislature hare oaued.great in the most approved style,
art ia pursuit of Tewksberry who wiUbe1TDcbedifcaugh and almost universal dissatisfaction. VILLE. TLA.LOCATED. and at low prices.
QUILL. DTRAU.Y OPEN ALL forcei the place. Sign of the
\t EAR. Renorsted.
.rr Rates,|2.00 Thoroughly to S3OK day'DODGE Coffee Pot, emon Street, between COILege-l
per
The ladlaa Territ R bb ry.EX.RIXO Goto Lea's Spring*.Grainer County.East and Third.

AUK. 4.--Sensational disclosures 4 T. ,;,,",. I ..a ,

in relation to the recent alleged A Popular Summer Resort, twenty DOTIJ.&m J"r !

bank robbery in this city by the Dalton one miles from Knoxville on the first- I ACME M.EftC. S. C.

band are anticipated every honr. It b class, newly completed Morristown and .
that the whole business APARTMENT HOTEL
now apparent
Cumberland' Gap Railroad. Depot and
was' a pat-op job and the Daltons were
cot the one who coigneered the job. Telegraph Office on the place. Passengers -
but tools who were, employed for the from the North and East via I I and Refurnished with Entirely yew !
It is reported that President Thronjchout. Centrally Located,eoa- '
purpose. his Morristovm; from the South via Knoxville to Depots and Boat Landings. Good THREE TEACHERS. FOUR .
all
SUBJECTS.
Sawyer will quitclaim cUr property [Room in Connection, with Correspond .
to the depositors but as every lot ; from the West via Knoxvilleand w Prices.
la the city has from on*to a dozen claim Cumberland Gap. Superior natural -F to S .M.a per Week.Rooms,50c. to tiM per Day ..t
ants particularly the property held by
: viz Fine Romantic H. A. BURT,Proprietor,
Sawyer the satisfactory adjustment of advantages, : BOOK-KEEPING SHORTHAND
.
W. Kay Street. Jacksonville,Ha. '
depositors claims can well b* imagined. Mountain Scenery, with Signal Point \ (ioc9-i0-lyl .
The Minneapolis Loan and Investment higher and more commanding than r
Company are the hoariest losers baring Lookout Mountain. Remarkably cool TELEGRAPHY. PENMANSHIP. '
lath* bank at th* the time of the robbery and Healthy Location. Superior nat- "IT STANDS AT THE : ;1

13.000._ ural Mineral Waters, White Sulphur, 1 1I

McKUley tm Nebraska Black Sulphur and Chalybeate, acknowledged CURE I Itypn want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION. by PRACTICAL TEACII- .
the best south of the Po YOURSELF! '
BEATRICE. A-f. 4.-Fifteen tboua. tomac. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths. rll troubled with Gonorrbre ERS,.at a MINIMUM COsT: come to our College. Send one cent stamp

and people at the cbautauqua ground Good Society, Music, Dancing and The etatWhite.fipermabrrbaa 'lot Catalogue. .
J.Tl-tf
llatn.dto a sUrrinl: addreetby Wllttam usual amusements.Comfortable Rooms, Jot ronr any druggist unnatural for dischirr a both..1B1 cal .- .
McKinley, governor of Ohio. Special Beds and good Table. Fare. Board, O. It cares m s few d.7, I'
trains brought throngs of people from 130 to $W per month. Post Office is T REflPECrrCTLLY call the attention I without the aid or publicity of a ,
Kansas. Iowa and Missouri to a.. .'.. 1 pnbile to the CAUGRAPH"' Idoctox. Nen-pouonons and
Business the ftlty named LEA'S Sraixos, Grainger MACHINE,renowned the world over for \rnaruiteed not to stricture. G. LOPER BAILEY. CHAR X. HILLURD.
great protectionist. end County East Tenae& ee. Send for en SPEED, simplicity and strength of fc TJU CMwrMl jbMTfam ttra.3laeat.emred /
was' almost suspended nnrbo.dr STRUCTION, and lone-tested
witnessed the immense .* Wn whichpreceded Descriptive Circular. Superior MAMrOLDlXO--Easien, by
> Enal
the gorernort speech. All Address M. J. Huonrs, and least depression ia writing. Level C6ea.italla G. LOPER BAILEY & CO.

along the line of much baildUfs: crate President and Manager.A Itoardr All"parts key for Interchangeable each character aad,& CINCINNATI. u.e. A., 'a ,
t decorated for the oration, this deaoa lan ATAJtrSTABLK. b4 -
itrftticm being the mOlt *libo*.U ajsf CARD.PALATUa This XachlDe U offered not upon It* o
bid >In. tkls state. ProKpllf at 10m or Label.. "hat upon Its INTRINSIC
o'oloekDovernor McKlnley him htf FLA., July 27. aton Prices* and Circulars on application. 1 Fire Life and -iccideii' Insllr&nce

addressee Th governor not i red aft We, the committee that was appointed JAS. A. BAIll, Agent J. HESTON' ,.
ovation
to Inveya4 Ute dwcord Utis mh2SJir PalaUa.
XareetlgatUg s TreMLnrut ..... DOW existing here between Elder

Boer Ark., An*, i.-Cdoaal James and Her. J. Waa.ee.lOIIIe. Yard

Thomas S. Simms Bpecial Maste lCbaacery of tho ,members of the Mount Zion BE A PALATKA. FLORIDA. .

in the case of the Stat.SfaeiUxTreasurer Primitive Baptist Church.
Woodruff and his boa4s- AMUI WAS A KftfCCT STREET, NEAR U IOY
rasa has begun his work to the cases After hearing from all of them..we HlfRT II air t-IIATHUH II *
hs employed two asista ts. 0.0. W. do hereby announce that the house is ..aver-...-.-.p.-.MX i*.-...... DEPOT. 9F Musical PeHects

Irk, who.."eel Churchill as clerk inrestigstlonia to the aeua** brother J. Wooden's., and those that w Bmr roeaeva VAIT 5.ta sti ard Wood cut to length, delivered X-tr what yea secfc to tnrtnc a tin.;
committee in the 1e.r.rr wrtte.s.bott
less and J. Shophaoh, clerk to are with him are disorderly.This houseIs -. ,YIVU MEN N parts of the city. Lowest!New YorkPr(WvSTEINWA
the late returning board in the Wood his parsonage property, and not ..ffJ.nl'mc free.lruvoezt >
ruff; iaTestigation.Damrgjnnu church property. Therefore, we do fJ sees, tlrekat Lee a....... Sawing and Turning done to
sustain Rev. J. Wai.ace in rmo big ran. fluted .'. .. se2-tf
tWeM Eteetr.eeted aa D......... the church property out of this house; .a.vrnselaL-.. N rBtrsrr. .. .... and take as atfceAski >

N, Y., Aug. 4.-Joseph, also we advise those members to come 'h VOSLZ.w hIM TITALXTT u4 sheers.t SIMZI. ..- 'qa ersT

other wu* known as "Ca1. Wood VM wiUftheRer. J.Wallace; as they do I oar w. tales.. .by.e yc aYeees*r4iwl of a !! OF PEN Dla.k..et IM

eUc'Otea.&t U: Jl o'clock by 1KDt.1t. j; not how anything against the EIder, so "IIUOrOI.T OT JVCOMS-IB >.%. l* rmair .+.tjr rip feat
was.apparently painUs ...1 t.. all of the members who do continually I 1.R.n......ties..w.'te.w... Testtws ess.. "W tilt......tnm VstW, HsBsMslv JBMMsVNVe iglis flarf ..
1nIIIt mrieiUt
worship in that house I orty *I 11.
stsatUMoosv 'Wood mtr1e* L; lir are disorderly. tree ii 8M .asS TerrN.dsa.WI el.ere.n.ce.e.wo.tcma.a.weereea Furl
Pacoe' prison lpt'w: Dote by the Committee. I NEW IIIK ;:f.'ar: 61 "' .-:-.- V6 are Wholesale Southern' Agents
was appiftolJ1 iniiSrnt td AUife REv.J. L LIKTOX, e. .. .u == rs..aa. ...dyoaw- as
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irALkKAWIYAKII1: TIMES a green bay tree" for' a season, but the OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. I

'1 growth is epl-erreral, and they soon Correfpoodenoe PtJatka. Times.WASHINGTON. I LITTLE BROTHERS'Pe

disappear-.And to with parties based
P s .FLA., AUGUSTA prejudice. or1 temporarydissatisfac August 8.

.+r Lion minor Congress has at last adjourned, aftera
or with one object in view.

o 1JL.1't'' l*>f bills bevume Ave j>ni rata They soon run their course; they do long/ and persistent parliamentary tilizer" and Phosphate Company
'I,.err-- 8.*clal and shoat time payable fight and while neither party gainedall ,
.- lid".ate. not appeal to reason; they cannot retain
,' ,,Hio*>tuat* .i.>uJdbe made br eaprese. confidence. they, were working for, yet all seem
t*** fT or n.Ptered letter. public They springup
satisfied with the result as being the
\ ,+' 9ieKENZIL t BruT. Publishers, and wither away like miwhroouis- -,
)"'Sos PLAT FLORIDA These facts have been proved by the best that could be done under the cir A.C: SONTT=Z.tLEf 'Za.O..

... cumstances. I think that the one thing
rite and fall,of the numerous "third"
that had most tn do with the final com- '.

.jj Official Organ of the County, and (parties two that leading have parties arisen in to the antagonizethe country.; promise and adjournment was the Grandest 'Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century !

tS fanMrt'AUtance. of Mrs. Harrison and .
serious illness ,
,
But .
of all the number, there is only <
the desire of the President to
great .
one minor party in existence now that -VIZ-
s Democratic Conventions. reach the side of his sick wife. Congress -
can count the term of its life back a*

-s= : res&ional Convention,First Dist far as 1872, and that is the Prohibition adjourned a.:out 11 o'clock p. m. Summer Fertilizer "AT
Friday, and fifteen minutes after the The knowledge that you can .obtain a
/ a ,meets in Marianna August 11.A.TIOYAL party. Theantl-woDlcpanyof 1832;
the Know-nothing party, which had its President was speeding along on a special HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Company

birth in 1854,and which attained the train as fast as steam could carry whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.
A DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I (him to the bed of the sufferer, and has
bight of its power in 1850, when it puta
For President: on.\1&tiekct{ in the field; the Constitution ere this reached her bedside, and all Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Material

GROVER CLEVELAND. *! Union party of 1800, which trust that her Illness may not prove as on hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that

lasted only during one campaign the serious foreshadowed !by late reports,

.x For Vice-president: Liberal Republican party whicf in and that she may soon be restored to have been tested throughout the State.

A' ADLAI E. in 1872 nominated Greeley and Brown; of her
STEVENSON. the Greenback party, which in 1870 health and the bosom family. SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

Tot Pieaidential Electors: nominated Peter Cooper for President, The World's Fair obtained half they

I T. M. SlUCKELFOED, and in 1880> nominated James B. asked for, low it: 2,500,000. The Little Bros' Fertilizer and Phosphate Company
; ,
Wearer for President and then died
B. B. BLACK WELL. ; opposition was not so much on account ,

the National party of 1884, which of the money asked, as for the reason
E.
A. MAXWELL, nominated U. F. Butler for President, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.ON .
'. N. THOMPSON.' ad prove that a political party, like the that many looked upon ii as a money-

scriptural house, must be founded on a making scheme on the part of Chicago, -

STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. roek, or it will fall; and none of these and that even if the amount asked for ":ort8" THE SITUATION.

; bad a rock for a foundation. They was appropriated, that another appeal Passenger Schedule.

i For Governor pledged themselves to correct at once would be'made again next winter, andas PALATKA, August 10.
one or more political or social evils, or
f ;. I j HENRY L. MITCHELL. to establish some new principle of Chicago when she asked for the Fairengage.I Editor Palatka Tljoe THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN and ROB IDA RAILROAD
also the "Herald of
TIMES
government;, but>as their professions in so much brag of what she THE ,

For? Secretary Slate; iJJOHX and principles came: to be understood would do without any further aid from last week, wee very interesting reading,

i i* CRA\nr6iJD, they were seen to be lacking 'in essential the Government, they proposed to let and U we followed all the advice SUWANNEE R1VEA ROUTE TO FLORIDA.

I particulars furthermore, the older the therein contained, we would have to Taking effect JULY X 1892. Standard TUn' ,IOU JlertdJaa:
that
Justice Supreme Court, and firmly fixed parties were quick to her do U, and nothing but
often and late and afterward -
R. FENWICK TAYLOR. learn from the public what errors honor of the nation was at stake secured vote early, ,

needed to be corrected; they took them the sum appropriated. in all probability be turned over SOUTH BOUND. '

For Attorney General, In hand, and the new parties were left to the tender mercy of Sheriff Shelley, MAIL.
r I have seen no mention m any 'f0. -WESr INDIA FAST I XO. 3-EXPRESS MAILLeave

W. B. LAMAR.. without an time. I the that we may have opportunity for reflection Atlanta I ....... ..................... T.20 am ( Leave Atlanta .... ......... ............ UJp.
Up to this the history of third : Florida papers of the passage of Leave Majun...... ....................... 1' Mam I Leave Macon.............................ltL30 J'1III
in the United States is that of bill granting pensions for service In and repent on the errors of our Leave Cordeto......... ................... S.14 pm I Leave CordeleLetvsTUton .......................... ? U*am
For Comptroller, parties ........................ ..... 3.41..m I I Leave TlftonAinve ......................... SJttaa
failure following failure. Whether or: the Florida Indian wars up to and including ways. Yaldonta.. ........................ SJO pm I ArriveVaidosta.......................... /9t aa
T MT. IX BLOXUAM. not this succession of failures will be I "Occasional," from Huntington Alliance Arrive Jasper................ ... ..... ft.t pra I I Arrive J. per ... .. ..... ............... CM am
1842. This will be a god-send Arrive White Spring. ......: ........ T.2Ipla Arrive White Spring........... .... S.tt am
; For Treasurer broken by the present third party, the has the same piece in both pa Arrive Lake' City .. S.uo I Arrive Lake City. .. ... SJUam
'People's party, remains to be seen. to many old and needy soldiers and candidates Arrive Hampton::::::::::::::::::::::::- J7 pm pm I I Arrive ::: ::::::::::: :::.:.'* 5.752 am

+' C B. COLIJNS. At present toe People's party has a their widows, and the only regret is pers. That Alliance has three Arrive. Palatka....................... ...MM pm'I Arrive Palatka..L.......!'ooaaNo.

very large following, principally in the that this act of justice was not done in the field, and you may put it -- .
4 Superintendent Public Instruction, South and West and under the down ,that neither of them will get a t tavee Macon after nrriral of Incmrtng moraine Train OB OntrM. poatlrwwterm
name before so many had fought their last Georgia Eat TcnoeMe,V1rg1.a1a&D'\G"'lflao ia, Macon and Northern and Macon sod aUVntonKo.
W. N. SIIEATS. of the Farmers' Alliance it has elected two-thirds rote on this peninsular! Ratlrn t..
several members of But it fight. Our representatives deserve: .3 leave Ma on after arriTal nf Incoming afternoon train on the Central !4+tJnrMWna
or Congress. 'ihunday August 11th, will show Macnnaiul !Northern and Georgia JUllrnad,and connect at TUton with Bran.wic* and W**.
For Commissioner ,Agriculture, stands up n a platform which the wise praise in haying this bill passed, especially all "in the and their tern for Brnnowjck and JackMurviUe. via Brnnawfck end Western sail haTannah Florida and.Weten
L. B. WOMB WELL, judgment of a majority of the people Senator Pasco who I know has them soup" names ; at PalaUafor St. A aguattue and all point la East and boa la llurkla, and with St.
,
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s4 "Dennis." John and Ocklawaha River iteanten.
cannot and will not approve, and has been working for it ever since his

For Congressman Second District, nominated as its standard-bearer a man entrance into the Senate.I Crescent City has only five candi- NORTH BOUND.No. .

who represents nothing but himself dates that desire to serve their country. 2, WEST COMA FAST MAIL NO. 4. KXPKE&3: MAIL
that district did not re-
CIIAS. M. COOPER. and he the most conspicuous political regret our Two of them are running about the Leave Palatks.......................... .....,am(I b"e._........ 4.45pa
failure in the country.DEMOCRATIC nominate General Bullock; not that I Leave Hampton......................... &A4am Leave Hampton....................-... 4..30 JII8
country and denouncing the bad, bad Leave Lake City.......................... 7.40am Leave Lake City.......................M sic pm
do not think but that Mr. Cooper will Leave White SprLig.................... aM am Leave Britain... ................. ass pm
DIVERSIFIED INDCaTKIKS.: CAMPAIGN. F.latka Ring. I wish some one would Leave .. .V S.40amLeaveValdoua. Leave Janper .. 9.M
of diversified indus make an able representative, but Gen. catch this bad ring and place it on ex- Jasper :::::::::::: ::: :: ::::: SLfiOam Lava Valdats..I.: ::: : :::: .. ':.::::::.1L10: pm pm

The importance Appointment for Speaking 1.,Dearly All Bullock deserved it, and has proven Leave Tifton..11.31 am Leave Til ton........ .... ... ........ ....Jilt am
hibitlon. I have heard of it for over Leave Cordele. . ... Leave Cordcte l.Maa
tries to Putnam County has been to Florida. himself a good worker for the State. Arrive Macon..::.:.::..:.:.:::.:...::::: 1.09pm 4.iopm Arrive Maeon.:::::::::::::::'.:::'.:::::::: 4JOam

alluded the columns The state executiye committee of the districts fifteen years, and hunted for it, but Arrive Atlanta..,............ ........... 7 15 pm Arrive Atlanta.............'............ LAS am
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frequently: to I like the plan adopted by many
Florida democratic party has made the could never get a sight at it. If this
of this paper that it seems entirelv.ueeeeS&l'1 ; that when they get a good man
candidate could only it there wouldbe Palatka arrival India mail from and< connect at Maconwith
following appointments for public get No.>leave* after fast West Tampa
to add anything more. in Congress to keep him as long as he all outgoing m. train. CR. R.S. W.R.R.M.&N,R. at,Oa.k R.J:,.T. V.,and Georgiaand
speaking by the candidates themselvesand more money for htm thin in the Macon and Northern Railroad.
remiuded and dictates
ot we are constantly being of will stay, sound judgment office that will be to him "so near and No.4 leave Palatka after arrival of train from St.Augustine and point la East and South
l the need of their presence by con leading supporters the ticket: that &this is the better war, Florida, and connect K 10;Ttftoo with Brunswick:and Western from Brunswick.Ga. and Jackson
APPOINTMENTS. yet so far." A grandfather of one of ville, Fla. Clone connection at Macon for Kashville,LouUTllle, Cincinnati. Evaaivtlle. St. Loaia
tiltUoi that makes an honest appeal to ,1' I will send you a copy of the Pension and Chicago Short Line to World' Fair via G. 8.& F, C R. R.of Ga, Western and Atlantic
Jasper, August 12, noon. the candidates went to school with Nashville, Chattanoog: and 8U Louis and Louisville and Nashville,and Macon with ay outgoing
ocr own helpless energy that we can bill referred to, next week, and would train on Central Railroad.
Live Oak, August 13, noon. Daniel Webster. One bears a name
nat resist. the temptation to urge once Madison, August 15, noon. advise you to publish for the information "lOrtertt similar to one whose An Train arrive and depart from Union t1I, Macon aDd Palatka. _
more a plea in the interests of their Marianna,August 17, noon.. of our people; would have sent It memory Elegant: Sleeping Car will be run on Train VjCTllui Rl. 1. n i r*
revered the South. further to point.
is throughout For InformatVo,apply AReati1 arjunctioo ,or to
pteseoce.Tiai'thVpleasure. DeFunlakJ; AugnstlS, noon. with this, but upon inquiry found it W. Z, ROBBIN5.,Ticket Agent,Palatka.
"Look hundred of
at two
a short time Milton, August 19, noon. had not yet come from the public me; pounds JAMES MENZIC8 General:'Agent,77.West Bay treet,Jacksonville.A. .
Pensacola,_A t.19'Ight.. solid democracy," only through the C.KMAPP.TrVBo, Manager. Macon, Oa.
since .f overlooking a vegetable plantation Printer..
Uerrouomo 20 noon.. < he
August persuasion of friends that consentsto
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of one of Putnam County's most Chipley, August 22, noon. The arrangements are going ahead come out, etc., etc. One could go ExcursionWASHINGTON

intelligent farmers and fruit-growers. Vernon, August 23, noon. forttheG.c A. :B.-1 Encampment peat>> through the "puffs" published and A Cheap

)lr. P. Barrentine, at Buffalo Bluff. SneadsAugust, noon. month, and a big crowd is expected.All find such ridiculous and nonsensical UNDERTAIING
Greenwood, August 25, noon. reasons for their favorite candidates by -- '
Acre of valuable land devoted to the the local'commlttees are hard at
Chattahoochee. August 26, noon. the bushel. I have voted a few times
production of vegetables, and thousand Blonntstown, August 27, noon. work, and the construction of quarters and have traveled a little, and have D. c. -A.'IDEMBALMINGI-

of dollars of the products of Apalachicola, August 29, noon. for 60,000 men commences next week. always, thought "brains" a greater

these 'crts perishing for want of a Quincy, August 31, noon. Now that Congress has adjournedthe recommendation than flesh, and said !

market Enterprise crowned with the lrawfordsvUIe'September 1, noon. political pot will begin to boil. The brains to oe in possession of the can A SPECIAL TEAm TO BE USED WITHPRIVILEGES.
Tallahassee, September 2, noon.. didate rather than held by his ancestors .
reward of industry stands in the presence Moaticello September 3 noon. headquarters of the National Committees ErmA.ORDnr : of
; but from present hits it seems to A FULL LIKE JIETALIC CLOTH
of plenty at. a statue erected to Perry. September 5, noon. in New York and Congressional be reversed in this county. and
WOOD KETS
the memory of grief. It is easy to Old Town. September 7, noon. Committees in this city already shows Ihe primary system, in my opinion, The beautiful and historic Sbenandoaa VaV- QA ALWAYS OK M
Jacksonville, September 9, night. is not satisfactory. It does not bringout HAND.
foresee the result of this promising Industry Green Cove 10 that both parties mean business; and ley Route"ha been elected: by the Grand Amy
Springs Sept. noon. the best it is an indiscriminate
men -
of our county-it but be sacrificed Palatka while I may be charged with prejudice, ; of the Republic of Florida ia the official routeto
September v Mall and
night.
!: race, free to all, and the smaller telegraph onlmj promptly
at the shrine of a misguided St. Augustine, September 12, noon.t I must say that at the Democratic precincts have very little show, and I C..the SEPTEMBER;Annual Encampment JiHh. 1832.M the Washington following extract D. attended to.

public policy. Enterprise and industry, DeLand TitusVille September 13 15 11 a. m. ...,. headquarters there is the most life and for one hope this will be the last of themin from their General Order Ko. 4, dated

wrappecjjn the winding sheet of discontent September night. signs of encouragement for the future. this county. Eaiti.Yin,July 20.will testify: B. L. LILIENTHAL.

must loon" seek another home Sanford, September 14, noon. The Republicans some joy The nominees of Thursday will not Special! -:rm will leave Jacksonville
put
Orlando 15 may :
September night. tech,
,
have a walkover in the October election September :
and a better field for its operation. Tavares, September 15, 11 a. m. over the result in Alabama, and base by means. Shelley, Wnght, .t S30,via: F. A W. Railway to Jenp; E.T.V. r -Nlght call at R. S. MOONEYE,
any Jt Ga. through Chattanooga to Bristol J
Citizens of Putnam County, can no Wlldwood, September 16, lla. m. some hopes on the result in North Baldwin and Strausz have all "an >.Jt W. Ry to Phenandoah Junction and B. &; rear of Putnam Unuse. fe26IMASTEB'S
Dade City, September 17, noon. nounced and all in O- R. R.to Washington,arriving *t about t;pO
public policy be shaped to save this Bartow Carolina, yet, as I said before I do not they are strong p. m., September 18.MTbe SALE.
September 19. noon. their party. Now you nominees of Commander la ambition to make the
the
industry to our county Cannot think when the time arrives that either
Arcadia September 20, noon. August 11th, scratck sand lively or you i Special Train carrying the Department Flag a rTNOER AND BY VIRTTE or A DECREE C
Farmers' Alliance start into motion a Kissimmee, September 12, noon. the Alliance or the Third Party will will be left. I >ucce* To the end that he be not disappointed, \J of foreclosure and sale made and enteredon

stock company that will place in opera- Tampa, September 22, noon. cut much of figure in the Electoral 'A pnj>phet is without honor in IllS all Comrade solicited*who anticipate to arrange the. their trip transportation are herebyearnestly Court the of ankh the day tilth of July.Jadictil' A. I>.=in of the the Cirooik$tai*

tion a cannery by which the products Key 1V eat September 23, night. College. In New York the Democrat own country." Let the honor go. I Official by thi: line. J. Da. V. RAZZARD of Flcrida.in and for Putnam County, in a certain a

that are rotting can be saved to the Manatee Brooksville, September 26,11 27 a. m. never seemed more united, while the will name Price, Burton, Coie, Blanch- 'T. S. WILMARTH. Dept Commander.AwUtaat Annie none Goodwin therein Caws pending and George m arr-: : her
September noon. ard, Ralph, Lihenthal and Williams as Adjutant General. husband are complainant, and C. WilburTnttto
people of this county? Cannot our Inverness, September 28, noon. Republicans are split into factious and the nominees selected on the 11th et ale., are defendant, shall sell to the tp
be induced to Ocala 29 doubt that Cleve- lhfoQowingchedule 1. announced for the highest and best bidder, for ea h. In front of the
September noon.
County Commissioners I have at pteteat no instant, that will lead to victory. 'Special. which will be composed of one baggage Court Honne door in said Putnam Coantr., in
give some encouragement to manufactories land will carry New York and be elect NOTUS. the Town of Palatka.on: the FIRST )MONDAY
and nfficieat of
STRENGTH A.D WEALTH.If car a number day roaches being the fifth day of 8EJTEHUER. D. Iw.
that will give us more people ed our next President. The people of and Pullman Sleeper*-.ttl vertibuled-to accommodate within the legal hour* of sale the foUowinirland
Extended market? you are not feeling strong and When Mr. was putting up for an: *,to-wtt: All that tract w parcel of land:
and a greatly the North and West have learned the
situate,lying and being U the County of Putnamand
Mr. Barredtlne tells us that he had healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "LaGrippe" election therefwas a certain Irishman Leave JackJoDHfle..Z,p.m. t.1' State of VVorlda,commonly krown and de> !
inwardness of the tariff .
hundred we.k and true McKinley Arrive Atlanta(Stop l hour). JOa.m.Sept.lT ignated a* the "Grant to John Rodman, '
at one time this season over a has left yon weary who steadfastly refused to give the Arrive Chattanooga (Stop 7 sa.
and of it and the South signed by RobertMeHardy, or "Rodman
want no more ... ..
bu belof{ choice tomatoes in his field, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts getleman encouragement. Mr. hoar 13JSp.n>. Kept. 17 Grant" located In TownnhiB !Ten (inv sad
for which there was no accessible mar want no force bill or negro domina any Am,. Roanoke(Stop 1 hour). '.!.a.m. Sept. 18 Eleven(in HonUi Range Twenty-five (&> and
directly on Liter, Stomach and Kid- was greatly surprised, therefore Arrive Buena Vista(,COp 1 hr) 8 M a.m.tie})&.18 ,-. x CM) eait and containing fifteen
ket. This gentleman's views on diversified tion. }lex. Arrive Grottor(Stop I hour)..10.40 a.m.Sept,18 thousand nine hundred and flfty-twu ( \.
gently aiding those to per. when Ned informed him on elec- Arrive Luray ( !hoar)... egi
industries for Palatka arepracticable neys, organs Stop .U-Wp. m. epUl acre,more or less, commonly known a*a tract
and full of good sense and form their functions. If you are BEATTT'S PIAKOS" AND ORGANS. tion day that he had concluded to vote Arrive hour Harper1.... ...* Ferry(Stop.2. 1.10 m.f'ept.1I ceataning sixteen thousand(famm are.
afflicted with Sick Headache you will ........... p. JOSEPH B. CHRISTIE.
logic. I hearit Arrive Washington 6JB p..e.pC.1I August J8WJ.
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty the great for him. "Glad to hear it, glad to 1. Special Manec,
find speedy and permanent relief by F. M.Jolly and W. H.DuU will adoW
THIRD PARTIES. taking Electric Bitten. One trial will Organ and Plano manufacturer; is ," said the candidate. "I rather Train through to destination. They wlll ittend i

The following editorial from the Sa'vaonah convince you that this is the remedyyou building and shipping more Organsand thought you were against me, Ned. ear.tuDJto arrange for the special..ate.f privilege every where stop and are Notice to Debtors and Creditors a

of the 25th is need. Large bottles only roc. at Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. "Well, sir," said Ned "I WTLZ; and made. Every one will have seven hour In
News, repro- Lowrv A Hnlse's drug store. when he stud by me pig-pen and talked Chattanooga to visit Historic Lookout Mountain ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST.
duced for tha benefit of car readers. Beatty left home penniless plow-boy, that day ye didn't budge me a hair's and a long U.t of other attraction along the settee of Benjamin F. Lo.sine,, 4..
will roots Also as beautiful scenery a* la aRorfedass ceased late of Putnam Florida,;will'
his indomitable he
It presents front a lofty plane of BoslgaatloM and App. atmeats. and by has breadth, sir; but after ye wuz gone of the Rocky Mountain. present them to me, duly Tcruted, withla thV
General Manager Robert B. Cable of worked his way up so as to sell so far away I get to thinking how ye rached Rate of ODe fare for the round trip will b time preaeribed by law; and all person in.
thought the basic principles upon nearly 100,000 of Beatly's Organs and made from an coupon ticket office In Florida. debted to aaid estate will IDake.r m.a to me.
must be foundedto the J. T. & K. W. railway system, and yer hind over the fence and scratched From Jacksonville it will be S2U& Thin rate MA >
which political parties Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to the pig on the back till he laid down will be open to the G. A. R- their families, Administrator Estate B. F.Lo. lae..
eucceed. The American people are SupendendeufWiniam B. Coffin of the dishearten him; obstacles laid In his wid the pleasures of It,and I made up friend and the mate Cuacxarr: Crrr,FLA.May 27th Itott.
It 1* desired to largest FlrrtCla -
thoughtful, and they are better pre same lines,both tendered their resignation way, that would have wrecked any me mind that whin a gentleman was associable <* Excursion that ever )..etJ'bridao and the mTZJfWCOMMlSSIO i
last and ordinary man forever, he turns to an that I wa'n't the man to railroad interested guarantee to make U tie SALE.
than before to make intelligent on Friday they were ac- as ,
pared ever advertisement and comes out of it trip 'a 11fe-1me"to every passenger.
;
into the claims of cepted. Receiver Mason Young has Tote agin him. the -purpose of determinlag how many -
investigation His
i brighter than ever. instruments coache and steeping can win be needed on the YTXDER AND BY VlRTCE or A )"INAL.
political party that may seek sup: made the following appointments, to as is well known are very popular andare The "ne.,," Cigar.W. "Special/Utoae #rno Intend aoeompanytag U-DECazu made fie the 24th day of .1-1
any found the party are earnestly requested to send In A.D.II92. by Honorable W B. Young.la4ceol
port at their hands: take effect at once: 4 to be in all parts of the .P. Hatehett, a young man well their name and state whether they will eN the Circuit Court in and fer the. County of

"Only great principles and great 'V.D. Denham to be acting superintendent world. We are informed that during avd favorably known in this city, has coaches or. sleeper, a* we wish to avoid overcrowding. DnvaL State of Florida upon application ofAnnl
i the next ten years he intends to sell L Koraahreaa.' a* administratrix( tha
Issues call great and lasting political of.all the lines in the system. of his make that been appointed salesman of the celebrated AU letter of Inquiry will receive a full and estate of Jacob Henry Horaahrena, late of baval
.' 200,000 more meansa prompt reply.X. County,deceased for aa order aataorixtae slasale
.parties Into existence. They must be E. S. Spencer formerly train-masterf business of $20,000,000 if we average "Don't" cigars. These goodsare JOLLY. D. P. A.., of land situate in different Counties la tile

.' *born Af necessity. Issues make parties, to be acting assistant superintendent of hem at S100 each. It is already the about the best ever introduced here, W. H.Vr1T: .t P.Bay A.St., Atlanta..Jacksonville Ga. ,Fla. State pointed of In Florida laid order I win.aDd aa decree Commissioner n,.,..e for*at aU*

6J\ the issues. Parties of the J. T. & K. W. railway. largest business of the kind in existence and the manufacturers Ellis & Co., of C.y.KIG HT. A.G.P.A.,Atlanta,Ga. and sell to the highest and best Udtfer at pvbUa
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not parties B. Y.aL S. G. r A.. .
t : Send to Daniel F. Beattv, Washington I' KAoulU&,Tess.0Ct0"N. outcry,for cash purchaser paying for deed,
nsH$ founded on principle, intelligence Mr. Ford to be acting assistant superIntendent New Jersey for Catalogue.: Winston,N. C., have recommendations ... tween Court Hone too legal door knar of Putnam* of,public County sale,on,the at ebbs

<6d conscience as the Democratic of the Florida Southern from Senator Vance, the Governor of .,. :( : dayofJBEPTEMBER.A-JU.ISWalI of the lt
h erl ,
',. anti Republican parties unques- railway. the North State, and other prominentmen -Jecel-hW'Wie I County) of Putnam and State of Florida aad
Uoaah'y; are, or their existence istnerely All these appointments are promo Potatoes? We have 'en:. A as to the quality of the goods. n1.d..u* I.wI bow and described a* Lou l,2 aDd J.tn Block
TW fc. vpOTteflMWriftlMttk.Mlk.uktlbMMfe > X according to Mciaarr.piac. beiDC te Sout>t.wan .
a question of a short Ume'and tions. Everything is running along ,Mx..Hatchett will handle tobacco to -_-x:1__ _'(1..w.o._--fc. ....w Biiil_._....... *.Ita.llta...11.. coneroC Northwest quarter.
under the receiver's car load must beisold (heap0 _ptlM_..._ ,_-- _.,.. ... ,.. BACtitaMTowashlvlO. South Ra > ,..:
+ formed smoothly management form but desires to make a special Book Itt Putnam J
It uenet. Parties by every .- m vl>uq .1 kiti MM 4.'> deed la T.page

.r; persons for their own adit I and... Interests of.all _oac..- make room. Vertrees & Co. run "Don't" cigars. I* ihTS1nIriWi'. ......... ..BY.4.-MAIL l.ttmmmIbr COftFlfeftTUil.nulli ,-....HM. Eeeorna July,thl referredto... FBA3K C.aaslWaOrJ=;'T

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BOSTON, Aug. 'IL-President Rice, o. Au;. 11-Senator Car- Lsflna MORRIS, County Lecturer, who ll'k.d Sr'eglaer. oe 'a1'
hasna
The Grand ] ion of 25: ,. the Fort Payne Coal and Iron Companyat Statistical lislb has addressed a letter to Jphn A. Is alone responsible for its utterances. col1eagt1ral ticket. worthy
Reports from the nD Thou
gef11 I ter. Fort Payne, Ala., baa received a telegram Lvne. of Henderson, Kv., in answer to -- not Lh. nal DutaUOQ b.he bcaS
of
ofdbetici the
that W. R. Sheldon of Fort Agricultural Bureau his question whether Carlisle had heretofore "Men are as never likelv to settle a his 5 he has a.pleDdld head
rightly aa when they discussit own recant hi.
Payne, had been appointed receiver of been in favor of the free coinage luesuon" ored whe/' and ts most highly hOA-
freely. --Macanlav. ,
Thousands o le GatheredAlong the company on application of the minority Too Much Rain in the South of silver and whether his views on the : Inch a pl a best known. With

oute. bondholders. Mr. Rice says the subject had undergone any change. bearers m and such ltaOdard
for Cotton. DIRECTORY e THK OROKK. btbt o
move is undoubtedly made for the benefit Carlisle quote from his own speech in to doubt uitellfgenee! victory would be

Th Rain Bad < r the Air and of the bondholders and ia nndonbt the house in 1873 when tae original start O&O JlUATJOS. bm or the can people.and patriot-

the idly to turn the property over to them huts Worms and Caterpillars Foundin Bland bill bad bean amended bv the President.........,.A.P.BasUn.Aathony.Fta. The hislo .
WeaheFineTbe for the small amount they have Invested VicPresident..IX W.Adams,Tangerine, Fla. loot is
Some of
the Southern A of the reads
Seo senate :
Gallant EGrand Mad a about one-teuth of the cost of th put quotation Secretary..J. A.Moore,Penaacola,*.1a.Treuurer..c.S. repeated in th Stan.g rap loll y
Yuan ,Orleans, ria iced
tions this *
-The State Averageof "My position upon subject briefly
... ..._....
tad property.The this: r am opposed to the free coinage of Lecturer .A. W. Weeks,Chipley, Fla Tennessee he --- --
action is an outrage on the stockholders the Condition. silver, hat in favor of the unlimited coin- CdCSTT OOO P ople'.
DENVER An* U 10 o'cledka. and all the parties wko have age of both metals upon terms of exact rUTSAX OEQAXIZATUUr. voter register Pany

to the great Kn Templar parade money invested in the Fort Payne, and WASHISOTOX, Aug. ...-The August eqUAI 1'. No discrimination should be T. W. Ralph. president Hoflirt-r Mrs. A. list daily. d acidic to the
this move will result in a total Ions tc i report of the statistician in the department made in favor of one against the other, Townsend vice president Huntington; O. U. -'
moved from their
r place. Four .750 stockholders. No notice was givesto of agriculture shows reductionin nor should any discrimination be made in Whitcomb, seeretary-traunir-r, Melrose; Lewis The IndianapoTT
teen division .w line, and it was the that such a move was tc I a favor of holder of either gold or sliver Morris,lecturer, Pslatka; O. W. Riles cbapla'n r
company the condition of cotton during July bullion and against the great' body of people MeMeekin J. W. U Cannon, door-keepor, refused to-Invite i? OrgaD1Z3tIOns.with .
noon before the L be mad Owing to this no defense
e 25,000 knight Francis J. M. Cannon aMiatant
who own other kinds of A ; doorkeeper, { to
from 86.' to 83 3. This is the lowest property. them on Uboj"1" parade
the ;
could be offered and company was Francis John Hancock
wen in motion. great government should treat all Its eitlaens Bostwtcx. serjeant-at-arms The
Sir Knight F. IiIl debarred from showing to the court thai average since August 1888 when the alike, and whenever It attempts to dootherwise getting their eyes 4 boys areCbrisusal
was grand the applicants had not good grounds tOt general condition was one point lower. it will engender; a spirit of discontent SUBOEDtNATK LODGES.rALATKA. f,
marshal In th division were I the application. This action i. an in New England an Pct of Columbia i to the committee of fifteen who were The reason has been that almost everywhere disturb harmony if not the peace of

commanderie an oath Carolina i selected to act for the interests of the it has been too wet though in society." retary.C. I. Rowtoa President: Joseph Price Sec We havq not bee

stockholders and who were given full South Carolina and Georgia alternations Carlisle says this paragraph shows to declarean
commandery fro eiton. powers. and precisely what his position then was SAW MATEO. that, in our juJgme\,

MiUsippi and s were in the 'I excessive rainfall and blistering and always has been on this lubject. In 8. J. Wells, president; O. R. Thacktt: B,Pretarv. interest in the P" haTe
8TREATER RE-ELECTED. sunshine have been injurious conclusion Carlisle he will .
seventh division *i e commanders say sap.port prises in which they1which enter-
I In Texas need of rain is reported by any measures that will fully remontize soerwtcx.K. .
ach. Tenti. gin and three The Kewe WM Beee..4 at'th MllllaijCaHB some correspondents. The natural silver and insure the equalityof .c,Crews. president Bostwick; J. T. Hancock in equity, is notthe nrged.

more from Alabaifi.e i* the ninth, With EBthMlasna. re dollars coined from the two metals ,secretary Bostwick.nuxcu.. payment of weekly
while two from fl aroliua in salt of these conditions appears in '
were and he sincerely hopes that the approaching .
the
HOMESTEAD 1L Lieutenant relations between empfhat
: Aug. -
the fourteenth Ji
grassy fields rank plant growth and international monetary coqferenc JC.W.Smith, presidentjrrancls; J. M. Canson
The prooeionpi t Maaanic tem- Colonel James B. Streater has been reelected small fruitage with considerable Ihed.I will be able to reach such an ,secretary Francis.Thos. ployed in our great Indd e'D.prisn .

*. Rain cooled and wade the to his position in the Tenth regiment diug. brace worms and caterpillars agreement as will meet the approval of nutn..A.1rD. are more nearly toter

day pleasant A b. line of the his term having expired. Colonel I have appeared in the more southern and all the governments participating in it. Hind president Georgetown; J:. W. ter and servant that the 'm* -
rout. thousand o western districts ;
e gathered, and no material damage Hawkins secretary Georcetown.BOLLUTla. .
at the reviewing the dent mace Streator became famous for connec- I has yet resulted. UNDER A CIRCUS TENT. to provide, when private0! **

was packed. tioa with the Private lams case. The i State average of condition are Virginia G. W. Motes president,HoW.ter. 8. I*. Baxter does not po so, some impartial

I re-election is an indorsement by all of : 83; North Carolina 8.; South Reported That the Next Fr..l U.tlal ,secretary, Holli t r.tOXO for settlemelof\
DESERTIO arbitration the
H ECKED. lam companions in arms of the punishment Carolina, 83; Georgia. 84: Florida, 81; iBaaguratloB Will H. Held Th..... BKASCH.

The Ma.itad M n 1'.w' M.ra.gae meted to him. lams Alabama 83; Texas 85; Arkansas 75: ; A local John Harvey, president, Baanenille; w.J. putes between incorporated P-
out was DETROIT Aug. 11.-
paper says
Tennessee, 79. Miller,secretary Baronelt'xaxxix... and their employees. We do V
ftntt .tlHOMESTEAD ler.r.. in Homestead and after the election that the next inauguration at Washing I .

AD Th dfieitiona three hearty cheers were heard from PETER TIMNEY NOMINATED. ton will be held under a circus tent. I H. W. coop president. MeXeeUa; R. X. late to say that: there is some
of the provisional brigade across the river. Beyle,secretary,McMeekin. in the eleventh commandm. \
xion-nniou mz the mill bar Bert Davis former advance of I
r. .. .. a agent
The discharged private inquired the BB > Held tb Sh..t..t OaVerBBtwlat
X
ben checked an ear. now r.. the Brnnia & Bailey show is responsi BOBWALK. which Mr. Carnegie himself has
and when ,
reason, was greatly chagrined .
CBTCBtloB > Record.NASHVILLE G. J. Parmenter, president Not.walk; secretary
ported. he learned'the truth.,! The re-election oi isle for the story. Benjamin Lockett Norwalk. expression, with apparent app
The firm assert the mill is ojwr ctreairr apparently give the greatest Aug. 11.-The state Democratic About a month ago Senator Hoar, of "OTAAI. JUI.L.r as the unwritten law of the wot
convention met here with about I Massachusetts introduced bill in
satisfaction the militia men in a congress J
Med M smoothly >re and a nuzn camp here. The among entire camp gave threv 150 delegates being present. It was to provide a shelter for holding the .K Timmons,president. Putnam 11&11. X.B. manThou shall not take thy nt.bor'
Lane, .
ber secretary Bann.PSJIZL. "
of old hand rein It is .
seeking inauguration proposed job.
cheers when the election was made. more of a ratification meeting than a ceremony. _
statement, but fe at this known. to erect an ampitheater at the east end
time. The locked men report are renew. ________ __ convention, only one candidate, Chief of the capitoL Mr. Bailey offered to ecretary.Penlel.L J. Arnold president, Peniel; J. P. Boyd A prediction which may be ma

tag effect Ufi diHatilfactioDamoug EXCITEMENT IN ALABAMA.A Justice Peter Tnrney, being before it. furnish the canvas free on condition that suco. without jnuch riX, is that the prese.
the nonenO'Donnell in the DilL I Bullock chairman and the board of public works should pay
was temporary Holmes Erwin, President Pomona W. T.
A '. ; labor troubles will be made the ezcul
has Tter WM Shot tot ShatlBf for the transportation of the canvas .
i 110.000 to aid made an address. After the appoint- Henle 8eCreu.ry,81aco.YJLA.Jt.A.
the striken in Bex nd the commit f., J.a... iMOHTOOXERT from New York city to Washington : for a demand at the next meeting o\

tee are to go wet south to solicit I Aug. 11. Another ment of committees and speeches by and that he should have the privilege of R.J. Broad, president Wel&b.L A. MusgroTe Congress for an important Increase oi
further contribute Senator Harris, Congressman Patterson, using the same plot of ground for put ,se rcsary,Welaka. the The State militlaA
shooting affray, growing out of the state ting up his tent when he showed there regular army.
the the convention adjourned .
ex-governor J'DDAL POD'J' are too near the people with whom \
A UattiLocisviLLt. eau. election, occurred a{ Greenville on the next summer. The offer was accepted.
until 1:30. During the after. C. D. Pearson president Geo. Wilkinson they mingle in the daily business of ,
AujIn the middleaddj's Louisville and Nashville. A negro and noon session speeches were mad by Sen. CONTEST.I Jr., Secretary. I life to be depended on to shoot down

Of the Ohio river, t Bun, six George Hicks 'the son of Tax Assessor ator Bate, Congressman Washingtonand KOLB WILL SATSU9LA HIOHTS. their fellow-citizens at the behest of
others while waiting for the plat K.L.Cardell,President; G.A.Godfrey. s.c',
miles below the dt terrible battle Hicks became involved in a quarrel the form. Belays B. Ha slose Fairly sad HoaestlyKl corporations. The regular soldier, cut

was fought bv stv gas who were negro shouting for Jones and Hicks for Judge Tnrney was placed in nomina t.d by 40.OOO. President,T.T.cxEftcxsT Rutherford crrr.; Secretary Hugh off from social ties, separated by years.

ta two skiffs. Eolb. tion and upon roll call by counties received MONTOOXKBT, Aug. Ex-Commis-. rindUy. Post-omce.Crescent Citv. of barrack life from the communities

Ed Biel and Wflllrohn Biel. his The negro was shot three times, and all the votes cast except 37. He sioner Kolb, late Alliance candidate for ITJITIJIGTOlI' about him, turned into a machine by
oonsins, were in on t, and Jim Sore- was brought into the hall and made a W. H. Cole, president Huntington J. X.Uanhall drill and discipline, his mind and conscience x
gel, of New Albanju three friends was killed. There is much excitement, brief speech of acceptance. A new executive governor, is out in a published letterdisputing secretary,Huntington. ; I in possession of his captain, is

th* other. and more. trouble, is feared. committee was appointed and the claim of Jones' election. .u....... the only defender that plutocracy car
Th members of ro parties had the convention adjourned at 6 p. m., The letter concludes: trust.-New aUon.Y. .
.
quarreled at a fishnet id when Killed DefeBdlBg the Ladle*. having held the shortest session known 0. L Whitcomb president Kelroce; Mr.*. I
I have been fairly and honestly elected Charles Baldwin secretary Melrose. .
in midstream owed for each JAKXSTOWX N. Y., Aug. 11.-Th to a gubernatorial convention. The by over40.0uO( majority and the people of .... ..r ChOdrws. Tatar.
other and two boat ting the occn- platform adopted ratifies the Chicago my native state recognize\ the fact and will COKO.
hotel Florence located GrtmpreidentW. The Milwaukee Advocate
at Fluranna. G.8m1tl1leCrttarT. One
pants beat each oti er their heads on platform; endorses the nomination of see that justice i* accorded by placing me Foss-omoe,Lake Como. I says:
with oars. 'KdBic, knocked overth Chautauqua Lake,four miles from here, Cleveland and Stevenson. As to state at the head of our tate government for a4Ra=a's nix. half of ,the wealth of our land has already -

board and drowned *others were was the seen of a bloody shooting af affairs it calls for an economical government the next two year*. A.L.Barker president; C.R Abeints secretary I passed into the hands of less than.
1
severely injured, fel had reduction of taxes and retrenchment (Signed) B. F. KOLA Poet-ofw.Lockloosa.
a pistol, fray in which Patrick Dowd of Dunkirk.
one-half of of
The letter creates a sensation and is one per cent our popula-
but it would not II has been }n expenses and declares
go N. V.. and George Haas of Jamestown I.
arrested. against favors shown public officers by regarded as evidence of Kolb's intention tion,under the fostering care of the republican
were both killed. Dowd wasabusing to challenge the official count, which is The following excerpts are clipped
A 11 B.i Sp-wte. two women and young Haa*and his corporations.BASE nearly eompleted and fixes Jones' majority from "The Coming Crisis" of Pueblo, : and democratic parties, sanctioned
,companions interfered. 'fiSas attacked at between 9.00 and 11,000. i by rotes. This small
i1. BALL RECORD. Colorado the livest ia the your per
CltarmIA, I lL A iioo e DowdTwith a beer bottle when the lat weekly

lag scrap has c i >)here, which Ur drew a revolver and shot him The following are the lames playedby A Steamer llraaded.JACJUONYILLB Union. I recommend every one who 'cent control the employment, wages
the heart. Th murderer and welfare of 80 cent of
may prove fatal t< of the parties through then the Southern and National- League Fla., Ang. 11.-A Key desires Information regarding the new per our popu
turned the himself and fired
weapon on latlon. The tribute
James Barbee, anBfvmonr nd sport, shot four shots into his breast, causing immediate .......- L*.t B*. Wst special,.: "The English steamer political movement to send to A. J. they exact fromutheir e

; Boatwri e ball taking death. At Atlanta-Atlanta, 4; Memphis, 0. Sapphire from Cardiff and bound to Wajland, editor, Pueblo, Colorado, dependents is absolutely 10 percent
Sect first in the then entering Vera Cruz loaded with railroad of out national wealth per annum.
At Macon-Th*Macon-Montgomery a plantis 25 cents and get "The Crisis" untaalter
the breast near t irt. (Barbee is Bids Rejected .r the OareraBi***. game called on account of rain.. ashore on Fowey rocks, about toO the rresiaenuai What Juts the future in store for you ,
from been election.
Tennessee in this Any
ioitj DAYKxrOKl1, Ia.,Aug. 11.The bids of, At Birmingham Birmingham 5; miles of this city on the east Florida and your children? Look at China and-"
ioiat some months g a ganblbur and two of the principal contractors for workon New Orl-an, 3. exist The captain and four mea arrived I single number, as an educator,is worth the most degraded conditions of did.
lroader
Boatwright At Chattanooga Chattanooga 1 here about 5 o'clock in the after- the f:. M. world and
,
bad been ; money. you may see the result or
in Barbee ms during the the Illinois aud Mississippi canal (the ,
in and asked for assistance
Mobile noon a yawl, I
another of of
morning, and wor passed. They I quarter a centnary repub-
Hennepin haTe been the .
) rejected by which they cured. They
met in the after t the Dunker N.tl*Bl Leac-B. reportno POWDERLY.HI. lican and democratic misrule. Will
because the estimates damage to the steamship as yet.
boos comer and wrifbt struck government were At Washington Washington, 8 Boa. you, knowingthese truths, cast your
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not based on the eight-hour day as required OpinUa the Caadidaus and Platfora.
Barben votes to further enslave ..
and.childn'nl'
and the lat illed a88-cali- by the law. The effect of this ton.E.At Catholic t* MalatalB Private wheels. yourselves.
ber and fired. Bar la arrested and Baltimore-Baltimore 3 Brook-
U In Jail will be to prevent doing much work on 1 ; ST.PAUL. Aug. 11.-A special to The (Journal of J[.of LJ \ ;

TT. J. fleBBlaB's .1.1r Emd. a the fund canal of something this season.like There$100,000 is on of hand the Ate Chicago Chicago, 6; Louis Pioneer Press from Winnipeg Manitoba The people's party Is: before the country -i Tile Reason Why.. *
tbe Catholic of Manitoba
half-mlUios appropriation made by' the vine 5. says with its declaration of TenaeoU New
Nrw Tom W. J. Scanlan principles,
An* ty-first congress. It has been expected At Pittsbnrg-Pittsburg, 12; St mass meeting unanimously decided to There is no greater mistake than to
the oommedian hashed the second here that considerable work would be Louis. 1. maintain separate schools for their and its chosen,standard bearers, and It I that those who the- -

stag of the mala m which he ia don.on the western terminus of the At Cl.nland-clenland, 8; Cincinnati children, despite the decision of the and challenge suppose oppose r
canal this 5. privy council in England compelling may proudly confidentially Third Party movement in ,this State .
suffering and whi ntimate friendof
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 9; them to pay taxes for Manitoba public a comparison with either or all of are actuated by an indifference to the -
the late Bartlev bell who died I New York 5.
of paresis, descnb the lose of the A Tramp's AMB-.U OB a Child. 1 school. its rivals. Its declaration of principles interests or to the grievances; of our

power of speech entleman washer CHAMPAiox.nL.Aug.' It.-The 9-year- DAILY ]IAI KK[' REPORTS.SAVAETXAK. The It-publican Candidate Ineligible. is clear cut, well defined and easily farmers. "

constant attends he playwright old daughter of John Bomshick, living. OMAHA Aug. 11.-It has been discovered understood. While the democrats and The opposition to that movement
daring his ims that Scan-
illness *) near 8t Joseph left at home alone.A ... that Rev. J. O. Tate th. Repub- show fondness for
Un's case is identic e declare that was \ .I "'wr_ republicans a hiding arises from the record of those engagedin

there is no hope foi: actor that the tramp came, and, finding the child An*. Turpentine< Arm at lican nominee for lieutenant governor, Behind glittering generalities and high its promotion, and from the fact

third and last sti 11 follow soon, alone,entered,threw a blanket over her, :7; main firm at SUQ.ViLStisOTOX. ir ineligible. Tate is an Englishman sounding platitudes, and while the prohibitionists ,I that'such' as Baskin and Mann
and that Mrs. Scan] lerstands fully carried her to a cops near by and threat. \ .AUIt. Turpentine steady. at and failed to take out naturalization papers I men
the critical eonditio husband. ened fb kill her if she did not submit to Sffc: rosin firm; strained tt n good .traloedI5c I until a yea ago. The state committee content themselves with have in the past been conspicuous in

She mitt him dailTBOXASVILU loomintfdale. his desires. By some means the child firm: :tar bard quiet 1.00' at yellow fl.lJC dip.crude$1.6 turpentine virgin I will fill the vacancy. the insanity of one idea-that a state the support of the very measures theyare

got out of his grasp! and ran to the road, rather than a national issue-the -
I L. people' now engaged in denouncing.
Tar Wat .e.. where a farmer was parsing, and thus Bob .,f.rdan was Lynched. .
O OR. 1L-Over escaped A posse was organized and an r....... B4 Hr->vll... CAMDEN Ark., Aug. 11.-Bob Jordan, party stands squarely upon the Whatever relief the farmers andfruitgi'owen

four thousand ; Tom Watson attempt made to capture the train but Xiw YORK. Anc. Id-Pork more active and three great pressing reforms of the of this State are to find
peopl prisoner in the custody of Constable
without success, firm; mesa old S'l IS.*3&13 ic prime utra Itoo. a negro time-money land and transportationand
the
at the train. Th It enthusiasm Middles quiet and steady short clear IX.' Wright, white being; brought to must be sought in application of

prevailed Mr. Wa as not allowed A S, Uty M.. IB Trouble.Qai.TTA9000A.Ang. Lard lower and moderately active; western the city for jail, was taken from the on each it makes a declaration so democratic principles to their affairs;

to reach the ground he was seized 11.-W.E. Lowe, steam &*& city steam 7.03. &:.m; options officers by a party of masked men and distinct and plain that Its meaning can and those who know most of the burdens I
.8.3S: Sept. SJSe Jam. MS.CBICAOO.
and carried to his ca The carriage the Ang. ; shot to death. He insulted a white not be misunderstood.As under which they labor will be.
was nicely decorate ladies of th one of most prominent young societymen Aug. Id.-Cash quotation were asVllowm woman. the last to lend their aid to Any such
town Mr. Watsot speak at once. in the city, has been arrested and : Mew pork U.WQ13.WX Lard each to candidates, the stadardbearersof movement as that which a few disappointed

put in jail on the charge of embezzlement S.OA.shoulder Short bond ribs 7.2X17.101 loose 1.00000Io.Short cheat Dry side salt debt K.gr_e DrwB'd.CHAKLESTOX the people's party are known men, office-seekers are now engagedin

A G.v........\,; >ye Kill'". He was confidential bookkeeperfor boxed $8 JCXilSAClBCiirjrATI. Aug. 11.-Eight persons, and their public records will, to put it oromoting.

JHTEKSOX C1TT ing-. M.-J. a the Bradt Printing company, and Aa % 10.-Pork, nominal; new, all negroes were drowned by the swamping moderately, suffer nothing by comparison The result of the agitation in Ala-
made collections for which be failed to Lard weak and lower bama must be taken as an indication of
Woodward, an ems n the gorernts I12J& enrrmt make of a ferry sloop between Sullivan's with the best of those put forwardby
account. The discovery was made 'f'\JK\ti Bulk meats steady short rite S.e 4. Island and the mainland. Tksy wen what is'to follow the Democratic campaign
meat river improvcity. below this about the first of the month, and an opportunity Bacon arm: short clear -2S. hucksters on their way to the bland the other parties. General Weaver In Florida. The movement in

was struck by sVnger train aalb was given him to make good /01' f with vegetables. has been many yean in public life, this State has as little to commend it to "
below her stantly killed. the deficit, which h* failed to daMIDDLXTOWX Chicago Market. favor in other
as and
Be the track aneSfaSJed and the all disclothing search light of popular any jn.
was walking CBIOAOO. Ant. ML Weaver IB California.
the fullest discussion of the Issues Involved
to hear it in t It is believed A MI.dag e..pl.. WheatSeptWi Deo. II: Hah'7i.Cash hostile political criticism has failed to i
be found
SAX FBAKOBOO, Aug. 11.-General wilL the antidote to.
that he has a brothe utco, Mo CoaL, Aug. 11.-Miss Cora-t'ept. 53 far iltk &3 discover a spot on his armor of in- the fallacies which the
leaders of
Oat.--S.pt. Lt4 Cash a3$. Weaver, Peoples' party candidate for upon
Frances Pelton the young woman with tegrity. As the leader of the grand old the new departure depend for successat
$ad Ifews *n ean R*tmrm.. Pork-Sept.%; Jan. WSXRlheSept. president, has arrived here. At a mass
lnIarousAu Charles Lath. whom it is believed Ferdinand Ward is t.&; Jan. sit' meeting of the Peoples' party at 31- greenback guard in the end of the the polls.

tom, old soldi* Broad Ripple, In love, has disappeared. Ward also. Lard-Sept- Ts:; Ja- 7J7' ehanies pavilion Weaver was among the seventies, he displayed qualities of "Jis sol" And now wUl.that lively ,

aae her on Friday aw his pension gone from his summer place in Thomp Liverpool C.tt.. F......*. speakers. __ statesmanship that compelled the respect and artistic Journal in the interest I'

and filed to return H* was last eon have Now together it is declared It was that alleged the two LTVKBPOOI. An?. Io.-J'oUowiqla tM op- few' Ryder Has Cafe.s... of his enemies and won the un- of the farmer cease its abuse of

sees in a saloon 1$ a tick wife at first that gone they had gone to Ne bufT. January Ing and closingquotations and Febnuuy..:.............i.OA4.fa CorxxHAOEX.Aug. 11.-Henry Ryder, dyeing love and admiration of his "men" end take time to discuss fully j'

hcae and she died throw ia still port Mass., but a message sent there February and 31areh..N..t.V414ee! United States consul is here under arrest fnends. His splendid fight for the .the issues inyolved," and point out to /

raining, and there ave suspicion did not discover them. Marsh t Dad April September............*.)7 Ai-07 that .
he has met wit play.alala and October._. ass? 200 000 kronen. He confessed to beinggunty
:: : : : last term in Congress will long be re- nature of the "fallacies" alluded to?
Cat**** Oe.. fee It addea.RDTQOOLD October[ and No.maber..L54t4t t1 of embezzlement and forgery.
Ceases Itydrz1cnAGLY S'ovember and D*bmber..a1241t.1t membered Before "the farmers f
of the
Ga., Aug. 11.-At a mast December andJannary..4AlsII1d. as one most brilliant fruit-growers

AuDr.. Ryder, meeting of the county Democrat dele* Tone barely steady. 814 I,MX.Ker s... Alarming IB the Ch.rk_ Strip. parlimentary struggles recorded In his of this State" (or elsewhere) can mteW;t
th.UD1ted State cofcr*. denies all E!. Ruo, Aug. 1L-Dispatches from
g* e* to the congressional convention hnteverev tory. Almost alone, by splendid hgently make an "application of Dem '
York: eo"*
the itorte Miehler the troops
oat
which ar reflecting were chosen. Catoosa instructed her Captain ,commanding courage and inimitable parlimentary antic principles to their affairs; thej"
vpot his integrity his public and : YORK. Aug. 10.-r OowlnU the ") pa* ia the Cherokee strip, show aa alarming
Print character. Ewe not,however, representatives to Tote as a unit for lag sad closing Quotations: condition of affaire. It is feared that tactics,he compelled a hostile and over must first seek to lelrn. precisely what

aoy definite re his critics. Judge Maddox for the,nomnne.Brlgaeis *. Unnary F.bMl&l'J'........_....?....._............_.....y*.9SVM C41.NAtarrh the cattlemen are restating eviction. whelming majority to concede the justice those principles truly are. WlnltLeTNews

f ............._..................'..f:1 he demanded. kindly to its constituency '
i o.nt.p w. I.**.*. Get; 50.OOO. April................................... .n la *>- C-am*d'Atec --. suggest
May...__.-....._.N.N.N. iHH --.... If General Weaver has a in which one of the three great t
B1nJ.LO, Aug. 11. work of theBe4lo DCaUVOO, 111%., Aug. 11.-Brigands AUCUS............NN .................. : Boos Idaho lane 11.-Ia t** eon peer among political
OQ Broad. near Culicau overpowered the guards Mpte..ber........._.... ........_.... Uapt proceedings against the Cesar the public men of America to-day, platforms now before the Conn-
Carrtag T October........._....__..........[dU d'A&a tUMQ71 assuredly he has DO superior. The
East Buffalo, destroyed jj on a treasure train killed three and carried lovemer.' .....w-_......_._...... rioUn. the defense began most brilliant orator or the keenest debater try the deepest and purest democratic

SaT The leer ** t4 at "',004. col mule lads with 50,000 worth D.rember Tone barely :;.N..H..N y Saea N..Nf 111,000 T.IielbY>ft4. SMMtsJiti* FtT'*that*. MM oa-s4oa mmttfM In the republican or democnic principles are to be found, togetherwith

1 r ROt|',000. ol silver olpbides... ,. AUn0 quiet at THo. I tau geld 1teIiIMe WoN Plico4 g their wisest application a to human
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'ererytree ana Maa p WM .. toe nee wta UTTER FltOXCorreapondMKMFalaUaTusa.EeIiratlLlC 1;' I A ..,I..1 l.prl.; Eteanl.as. f '
familiar friend. It was like tearing a FREkP1cfc3I '
lowest fare I .
Excursion rate uf cue .
.sturdy young sapling by the roots, L
but this young,man was made of sturdy [tiELAraDJ.MCMESXIN .f I for the found trip has been establishedvia I, H ail i iacd tar

stuff, and haring once decided there August 4. the E. T.S. & G. Railway, as follows -

was no retreat When the confines of I will try and jcivu to readers a : .

the plantation were reached he got off few remarks your To Denver, Colorado ou account of Pal inJ [Elc.
regattlthe
his horse, sat down on a log and it is no primary Triennial Conclave.

..... derogation of his manhood that he shed battle upon the grounds at Baldwin, Tickets Knights to Templar be sold! August 3, 4, 5 and 6, I PALATLA.Orders .

bitter tears. While sitting thus despondent Precinct No. 18, to be fought on the limited to October 12. Fare from Jack reeeivet sal Hole
he felt a cold nose on his hand, and *
llth lust. There :
are three candidate sonville, $43.80.To Ul-tl
on looking up was met with sympathizing Mo.. aCt cunt of -- _
from Wen Putnam for the next Lesrislatare Kansas City, I -- --- -- -
looks from old Hector, a favorite Knights Phythias Biennial Encampment Whoa yKU\oi <, M-
hound: who had been skulking along a -Hon. A. Monroe Thomas W. ; tickets to be sold August 18. 19 I 2 t.f.tan ia tot:' and

few hundred yards behind but seeing Thompson and Johu.W. Wall-all good and 20, limited to September 15. Fare ME IKu fcllM trlmtdawa'tbeirrtgnt : > and S AV

Qfan citizens, and for years hare lived out from Jacksonville, S25.C5. IlUvD. terrible drain

v,1Ji / Ii!,S Si. in this section of tbe county, and all] To Washington annual, D. C., and return, I Backache,I)I adfnll Upon thr ieakn>f life-. Hesdacbe.o( xerervitmpe.upon .

farmers who acxountG. A. K. encampment, tb nd all tb.rff.ctaleading
i. 'l J\ ought to know what leg- to be/in there September 20. Dates to early decYpptle or Insanity,

-=== men went up to tae nouae ana sent islation U needed for the tillers of the that tickets will be sold, limits, etc., I end particular for HOOK of a bon U> |ale CTKK
down a team to haul the sufferer up to 'J soil; consequently<< ) there will be rigbl will be announced later. Fare from DR. :. Cb**
.Ut'1
the house and walked into the dining .... Jacksonville $22.05. Route lay by my* aYUte. Tenn.MTOM .
wire
J the morning ; mart oullin; on that day. We ,
room where the family were at breakfast L .1? war of Chattanooga ant theuce via the
A.\>ont five o'r into the } poll about one hundred Democraticvotes : i bar Headache.
uneasily wondering what had become J e beautiful "bhenaudoah vatl Route. >
John stepped oat 7 aocoetedby of the young men. He sat downat 1 n ; and I must mar that think tbe To CnattaLooga, account reunion y of H Mbral ""*MrMtrna. Scanty*,
ITofa-fitnfnl
was tm\d r. S 81 I CYT
lard and T beep waitingJlenr'1 the table and ate his breakfast rapidly f ff lIon. A. Monroe will get fully one- the Arms of the Cumberland; tickets tfoo*, Frs and M{plae .
Gregory Henryanrtously nuKomb and ?*i aleaaBeMi.
; appear. but with usual appetite, telling the 14 and 15 limitedto
for bfcj the half of the votes, and that he will be on sale September i .LeiK-orrhow,
appearance family that the others would be therein September 20. Fare from Jacksonville should MIMI ,.: WUi HOOK OF Llrl;
bowed In his Vnd anxious night few minutes. one of the two Representatives at our 814.60 I(waledl. free with nr. for BOOM ear
a
.**e<* f .J I No CIKK: No PAT
effect of wa*cool and fresh Finishing his breakfast he called the Ii Iik Legislature in 1893. West Putnam may To Chicago, account dedicatory cere- i Scientific Q allBc4 Vnltmited Experience.

JGh n on the oohept. well. colonel to one side and briefly explained =f fill the bill In the Assembly, an the monies World's Fair Building; ticketson Careful tH fM Honest Krpre-
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if lbw .noth- Mntationaar.the MUm MicceM .d.
Joan that
looking what had happened. Just as he was other two candinates have hosts of sale October 8 and 0, limited to dm C.>K s:R, M, !>-,
"I auppo*Hll satisfy Lassie finishing his story, which had filled the friends all the October 18. Fare from Jacksonville, m,* )tit N.[1fa, *b.Uler Ten*.

fat? short of r colonel with such unbounded astonishment over county. $2.). Date of opening is likely to be

.aid Henry iat before I knocked that he had not been able to speak : We are pretty well divided upon the changed by act of Congress, in which : DEFOFpTIES !

"1 nnderajht and went to bed the wagon drove up. In a moment the county officials. I think from what I case dales of sale, limits, etc., will also
jfab down ally made up to kill Cross )ye.. Hair lJ lure of the Spin.
whole place. was excitement during can learn, a* district registration officer be changed. Club rest Hip Joint I and all Defjrml.
with my which John got on his horse, rode out that it U hard to tell the All these rates will be open to the ,ties of tue bands, AM-* and )'M,tW.I .
although
,
Um." that I have come to tee to the fields and passed the forenoon BX WAVED HIS r1LxD. public. See your nearest coupon agent I lean,cured. j
That\roed nearly all night hours supervising the work and doing most of the voters want to try the old or address F. )[. Jolly. D. .-. A., Jacksonville .

;jon alxrha je shown him that he some heavy thinking. master apparently troubled could Treasurer one more term, and as for Fla.; Chas. N\ Kight, A. O. DISFIGtXENT8.Superfluous .

with Lstaor, and hare told him not resist the temptation to come up Clerk of the Court Joseph trice will be P. A., Atlanta; BW.. Wrenn, G. P. : Stair lark*. Mole, etc.

was th match for yon, that you CHAPTER X and show his feelings. hard to beat He Is too well known as A., Knoxville. pda.eemIy and pertqmoved. Send for
that hi; but I beliere If he knew The sight of.the dog did John good. : valuable treatise on tH. Address,

.are a death he would insist oait came 10.in nra4rLan.John at noon and found avery He patted his head and the horse on the an efficient officer when Collector of m)1I- 540 N.C. Xashrille KCR M.,U.Tenn.BROKEN ,

ws-tbe fellow seems sbaolute- had nose with his hand as he spoke: Taxes for his county. The County
gloomy atmosphere. henry
s>eete has come here by my In. fully explained everything, and while "Well well Hector, you and Selim and Judge, I am not fully prepared to say, That Your Hairmay HEX aDd 11"0-
CI are a member of our famiwtta I can face the world together." fitting from may
3y colonel and Mrs. there be much interest
the Gregory were compelled as seem to not retain E. can wears
should come to harm here with The dog barked joyfully, the horse and ralutbU .k th Men _led (
to admit that he had acted felt for tbe great responsible position wo on ( ) rw.
ly.a forgive myself,and I want moderation yet they were so inconsistent neighed as his master mounted, and ; but that the votes will be ratherin Its youthful color, aad tear hmr. 'her'turd at bout.. by
writing I>t r IRKtn:344 N Carasv 8t,
1 1 sake of our family to spare as to feel that he might have done John Hewson passed away from the favor of M. L Coxe. The people fullness and beauty Ntsantta.Taxi. Ifrite tola7. delay
,
,
y even better. The colonel while outwardly place he loved most of earth and which seem to think be was an old Confederate are dangerous. ties veer trouble and

hand up to be shot at by a showing disapproval, in his he was not to see again for long and soldier, and holds a claim upon dress it dally bon--lone seated. mJtStearns -

who first insults me, and be- secret heart was mot a little proud that weary years of toil and turmoil of them. Tne Sheriff will be, from this with j

anish him then wants to" kill the boy of his training had shown such blood and strife. orimary, John W. Davis, with F. C T

rill make no such promise. spirit Blanchard as Collector of Revenue Hair

t John. I know you of old. and Janet was clear out of bounds in her CHAPTEBXLXML and J. P. Appleby from the good old Ayer's VigorIt

on talk that way.it is no use to indignation at John's brutality as she Palmetto State, the County Assessor. cleanses the
the fall of the fateful 1M1.
but I want to say if 'you kill was pleased to term it. John not being It was states had seceded year from These are merely my conjectures, from hd MillThe
The southern
d Lanrale I want Ton to send an- a mind-reader and meeting only cold what I hear the voters say as they talk scalp.cures humors, i
the union; bloody war was raging
bullet through my body; I cannot looks conscious that he had used reasonable to me. and stimulates a
the land Bull Run had been
throughout ;
he world if you kill that man. prudence in the matter, at once The other day my neighbor's sin,

e hard expression pn John's face put into execution a plan which had fought confederate; Gen. Lee forces was in in western command Virginia of Humphrey Jernigan, the fourteen-year.. new growthof

med as he looked at the saddened been forming in his mind during the the old boy of E. N. Jernigan: killed not hair.
atenahce of his once boyish friend. I I morning Be packed a small amount and was about opening up what quite half a mile from home an enormous -

Well Uenry, I suppose I will hare I I I of clothing in a valise that could be was perhaps to those engaged the most rattle snake that was six and one Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. '
dismal of the
campaign war.
let him off to gratify you, but it is strapped behind the saddle, put the half feet long, fourteen inches around
Ay on condition that there be one ex- rest of his belongings together with On a gloomy day, heavy with chilling the! said( and had thirteen rattles. Lowell Mass.*

range of shots. one hundred dollars in gold. In his mists and threatening'enry moment It is that they are five years old

"AU right." said Henry,joyfully. "I trunk which he locked and left in his heavy downpour of rain Gen. Lee was before they get the first button. The

tin leave him In your hands." room. sitting in the rude log hut that.served httle hero killed it with a fence rail, U ................................. ..

"When docs he want to hare this en Going to where the colonel was enjoying him as headquarters in earnest conrersation being in the coil. It was perhaps the :. .:
said John. with a cavalry coloneL"I oldest snake in the county. .
tertalning performance his the veranda he
pipe on gave
want a picked .man, for a special of the rain .
share
**At your convenience." that worthy the second shock of the We are having our .
service of and equallygreat .
The quicker the better it Is already day by the abrupt announcement that great importance and quite a time for fodder pulling. .
danger He must be brave and has .
last there
Since registration
light enough to see. I will meet be had decided to leave Texas. out .
you down by the bayou bridge in ten colonel profoundly stirred. cautious Hare you the man I want? been only one white voter, and as far : REGULATE: : THE: :
was
The The colonel thought a moment before .
have
as I can learn six negroes that
nmutea. "What pn earth possesses you,.John? and said STOMACH, UYER AND BOWELS, :
replying : and
.the.D. died out of one bundred silly* e
With that they parted. At the LIP
ap- I had supposed yon the most peaceablelad "I hare been impressed several time district beat this :
pointed time John was at the place eight voters. Can any PURIFY THE BLOOD.
in the and here
country, you areahootolng' with a..young man in B company. He for he<n? R. E. S. A KUMLC REMEDY :
named about half a mile from the and : FM lightest, stilt most durable
novae, with his rifle in hand and in two. people almost on sight, law steady as rock under fire never IsHS.stas..au................e..... : has been built andconstunt, use for
not satisfied with thai},you want to pullout excited, J1eTef'/asn:'.i.,, but always in the A REWARD OF Shoe .,........n..te u...T........ :
or three minutes the other two young be bent : taeti" years, has stood (est of time, ia
eDtlre} You must oa front reak of an advaaoe and one of i ibe i -. ... e.ladn, Py.sst.rr. .
men appeared,, Lanrale carrying Henry making trouble.'* list Iiam quits. re.Q Wfl 1 be paid for any case of Rheumatism sass.-L1s.tb. w a) 4....... thee : suitable for ah cl< of. work' Ask
to fefiir"ee. nit
0"10"rifte.. "As I seem to be making trouble which cannot be cured by Dr. .y LKse at& .w.t. for. lllnsltated, : .

Those who hare followed, the course here, and, my conscieoee acquits, me of his minutes.name, >but lia,cixaseertsin.ln orderly was dispatched,;,a,IeR: Drummond's Lightning Remedy. This i ...-=:.t.=== l i ad : tion of bar wbeeh with l 1allab e

the blame, ]\ have,concluded that perhaps for the captain of B company, who offer is made (h good faith by the pro-i : --W 4ft..rr- yarn : iron felloes, strt} and lightest
el history hare read to little purpose would be wiser for m* to get out of the N se .e.as wheel in the trade
promptly reported, prietorsrand theta U no reasonable excuse THE: RIPAJcS CHEMICAL .
if they hare not discovered that way and let things quiet down." : CO. We build all sizbothpower, and
apt Williams,? said, the colonel for to suffer longer. Any : l'srwrc*srxar.slaw roan airs mills : Mill
John flewaon was' that rare specimen, a any one pumping 11i Sod supplies
man 'Mris. Gregory had come out on the .what is the name of thaUaUJOUI1.f ..................eeeeeeeee.eee..S all kind g work
.I
plats downright, simple-minded veranda alt John win speaking and was low In Jour y is so quiet, ordinary case will be cured with one of or every

of great singleness of purpose: lie surprised stricken dumb with amazement The but ,seems so resolute; I mean the bottle. In addition to the reward for I lund a specialty.: | are fully guaranteed

tibltkmha,both now the young pf men his.by character.Walking the ex, idea of John's leaving them had never sand -haired, freckled-faced lad. difficult cases, the money Is always refunded Merryday Wil).Five farmej" others whole

; jaava1e fare he said entered their minds; he had become a "That' is the best mesa, in my com where the remedy fails to cure. sale where no agents.
tq prices jve
up ;
part of the institution he had always Ilewson is his "
""Mr. Lanrale came here estery4sy pany. John name. The of a bottle is $5-and that is Send for our fie Illustrated
sox y in price .
t been amenable, obedient obliging, "What da you bow about. him? .'
a stranger, and went out of your dustrious. Little by Uttle the colonel asked the general. the cost of a cure.Drummond & Paine Catalogue and paper.

way to Insult me, which f resented. I had shuffled off responsibility until thepractlcal "Not very much. He came to my house Medicine -Co., .t480 Address all I.f. to the

am now cool, I hare no enmitytowardsion management the plantation just before the war broke out from Maiden Lane, New York. Agents .

and no wish to kill you, and .I am was In the young man's hands, and head somewhere In the couth seeking hospitality wanted. JACKSONVILLE FLA. STEARNS )(. .URL\'G ,CO.mJ.lf .
to let the matter drop where it
willing been faithful to; the uttermost TheO"go" for a dat or so, as there was no Ind.U. S. A
knew In their hearts that Gratltud. ,
"That is fair,"yutfn Henry. tavern In the vicinity, and we were of
while they went showing displeasure I in town which we will Violins L
was once a Banjos
EXECUTCAOTICE.
swollen to hare him. I lire
Lanrale, whose face was course glad as away ,
from the effect of John's blow, looked towards the young man hi a few from the main roads and do not see call Mudville. It was a nice little burg,

ecowlingly at John's Impassive andHenry's days it would all wear away, and that many traveler lie was quiet gentle with good sidewalks; the streets were STRINGS, SHEET MUSIC&C ALL PERJOM that the n rVtTE sifto bare WILL bees TAlUt ap.

eager face as he replied things would more along in the sam spoken sash informed the best riderI red clay. It was in the month of March. pointed by the *lf'a: County,
"I did not come here to receive. or channel. They did not know that the hare ever known had a fine old the earth KUExeraton nf ;of
A sharp frost had Just left LEONARD HOLMA wed; and tttmn
make apologies. lad was carrying a heavy heart and hound, and that wonderful little horse All Prices for Cash or on terms to oaTlnr debt aad eUl art MId estate wmpresent
"Very well" said John as he turned' that he really welcomed the opportu he rides both of which seemed to hare from the influence of warm. wet them for payiHilo at at SrinrflekL.
which itself human affection for him. He talked weather. The wet clay was workedup suit oc93mGaam&erlaln's I( ,without delay
away. pity presented to try a new a Those indebted: to*kte win settle with
Henry expostulated with Laarale,but field of action. A long discussion followed but Uttle about himself said that he to the consistency of mush. It was us. RH tlOLMAX,

to no effect and finally, very much aggrieved argument and entreaty was was born in Alabama but had lived I EyeOintment. and tsJan };It r HOI.MAV. .
my first visit to the place. was con Mar'b S.1145.: Faecators.nh2S.a
at his new friend,he stepped off I tried, but John was not to be moTed.i several years In Texas. At our earnest .
twenty-fire paces and placed the young i The most he would promise was to let request his visit was lengthened into veyed to comfortable quarters in the A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, -- ---,

mien in position. As be stood by John's them hear from him occasionally, but several weeks and when I organizedmy darkness of the night. Next morning, Tetter Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old I. J-. ivcell.ATTCNEY

aide he said in an undertone: 'Let him lean he would and that at once. An company very much to my surprise desirous of seeing the town, I dressed Chronic Sons Fever Sores, Eczema, I ;

4 as light as yon e&D.It offer of the colonel to give him moneywas he joined and is by all odds the beat myself and marched out on the side Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples R

"I shall put a bullet through the top promptly declined; he had enoughof man in the company. In the of walk I saw and Piles. Ills cooling 4nd soothing.
.f his ,bat just to show him what a his own to last him a year. He bade "You think him faithful and trust walks. course my Hundreds of .
cases have been cured by .. .,...
tackwoodsman can do." them all farewell except Janet with worthy" queried! the general."I a small boy about five years old at- it after all other treatment had failed And Couuen.r ,.'. .J. Court

Henry stepped to one side and counted whom he requested a few words in prirate would stake my life on his honor," tempting to cross tha street about halfway Harts
licks in 23 rALATKAliiilf
put up and 50 cent bouw. U practice
To her he said "I going the nT
slowly. : am warmly responded captain. between the regular crossings,

"One two, three, fire. away, hare you anything to say to me?" "Well, captain." said the general, ant I was opposite the little .__--IDRUNNESS-- .-.-
As the last word left his lips both "I do not know that I hare, unless to smiling In his kind way, "I see the just as bawl for 1 R. W. & W. M. DAVIS
fellow he set a help. ,
rifles exploded. staggered, but wish you a prosperous trip In a very young man has your good opinion and up

John did not more. Henry ran to formal tone. that inclines me favorably toward him. halted, looked at him, then looked at ATTORNEYS AT LAW

Lanrale and found him unhurt, but "I hare word to say. You are cap I want an exceptional man for exceptional my French calf boots, which wW Or Lb. Lre..r II..U..17 dared .

that John's bullet had gone throughthe tinted with Richard Lanrale. I am no serrice la fact, I must get Important nght from the hands of the shiner. i Hickman-Ktnneriy Block Lemon Street byad..1.bars.IW.oe.wl.eplls.. !
crown of his hat, so close to his backbiter but he Is not trustworthy, dispatches to Gen. Jackson al ..
Could I put my boots in that mud, then Patatka. Fla. doll rt I.eeesfaetar.d w firwbaa...as rasp
head that the concussion had tarBy the in IB s.leis W *-...mi ** or .N r Nqa,
momen and will trust
repent put once.
you you could I leave the crying boy Moved _0.'''.k_ .d.e Stasis 1&-f.
staggered him. He had missed his him. You will never see me again unless The colonel and captain both looked I pulled the ,extremities asr.t...sad will d pr ..ueip' m. ..
with
mark entirely. The foolish man was trouble comes'to you! and you need very grave and the colonel voiced t.heIr sympathy of my, black pants up, stuffed E. E. HASKELL, aiwaW.wTM+wm.aw tIa-.tsus.ed.e.a 1t ae it'-'.drtni.aLa "'Me,.!!.'

act satisfied, but Insisted, as he put it, me." sentiment by saying: them into the of my boots and :-::--.: .: :=.=wes
tops a.a
"In shooting it out* Henry carried The of the sentence had "It Is almost certain death feaeraL .4 with,.....Mtn jt bean tMt .;
opening plunged in. I saw a plain Irishman :Li .A. VV yo DE3OmCK :a. tot ttkm UqmM cppMlU fcf
this decision to John, who took it very : angered the girl beyond measure. That One hundred miles through a country walking briskly towaras us. Comingnear ti leLD E3 arr.crnf.-l..i'4.rrt.tsrrmacrroaw.. .'

coldly and informed Henry that he : ,the keen eye of the despised and rejected swarming with federals." enough to talk he exclaimed: w tars bat o< f. be bad dACZxnMAX

would break Lan ale's right shoulder bier should hare so promptly "I know that., gentlemen" and the "Ye brought my boy out, did lee? liIron -Second strut, opposite Court How A fiaT,DrunJaU,

next time. discovered the rising Interest, as yet General's, voice was sad "but In thin with mee leegs to him but PAULTKA. }Loarni. FaUtka Ira

The men were placed In position and almost undiscovered by herself was too cruel business good men mast risk their vees bad me."' I then explainetithatI a

again the ominous words rang out. hard to bear lire for the cause. Send me the youAf could not go off and leave the boy in IOEI WE.
There were two sharp reports almost "When I am In trouble I shall not ID&A." his trouble. He exclaimed, "And yees SEARiNG & EVANS, loNg SATED

together. Lanrale uttered a curse and call on Mr.John Hewson, and I will not boots, look at them. Yees is ope big UJ. 60ppe4 his rifle. John wavered a remain to hear you slander a better [TO a. oo.rIme.} pnttlmon; more ginttimon then manya ngtfmstsmdE've '"

lament, but the next moment was man than yourself. She turned and mon that looks finer than yees do. Grain afactwnrr Pncea.... n..diamw Nad

erect and assuring Henry that he was left the room. John mounted his horse IX CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL Then grabbing my hand and shaking Hay, Feed, 01 nef7 imported kJa4I 01 taw,u.ds mid bWtss.. GrHoueh

mnhurt. Henry turned to Lanrale who and rode away in deep dejection, it heartily he said: "I hope soon to do J4 tai 1f'lood'

after dropping his rifle walked a few watched by the whole family except CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, yees a big favor; I will do anything for Flour Meal Crits aDd Gooch Gelat., wafts' Good/GoItda r, Haw.e,OIM.'

steps in a wavering sort of way and Janet When he got to the turn of the PUTNAM COU 'TY. jee*. I would be glad to pull yee out Boots sad Sbosi" =

sank to the ground,just as Henry got road where he would be out of sight of of the mud or bail ye boys from And Cotton Seed :Meal.
E 1ifts.1a i
to him. Lanrale's second shot had the house he straightened up in his c. K. GllchrUt ) Plaintiff.v prison; yes, I would. God bled yeea >fIBB ::

been aimed at John's heart but had saddle, turned and took long look at F. B. Jackson. }} Attachment.Infenduit. and all he's got. There we parted; wAKEHOcsr: TOOT OT os rteet of =lttr' ... pdOss,a.,

ailed a little, going through his the group on the porch waved his hand The defendant,'.E. Jackson,and aD he with his boy. Can YOU guess where 01'J'IC'Z..orn. '. only allowing smears thi 1Iayer tb0 tmaaalaetarsr r.. U\a
clothes on the left side just breaking and passed out of sight interested an hereby required to appear persona and ''I went?" If you cannot I will tell Ko Draracs OB Goods shipped by Biter St4.TermsCash. s.tonu "WW-a>>U Hw.3W..

the skin. John had slot Lanvale squarely Co!. Gregory turned to his wife, who be plead to U thereinV.declaration be filed in this cause for to you. I went to the. boot-black. M. EBwclden' boats. Lowest Market trice f ar. .rq aloswey nfaaded." '"' j by uses sit tud...
filed ;
on or Oft the FIRST MON .
through tV shoulder breaking the was crying quietly,and with suspicious DAY OF 8vJ*TaMDER. lee; and they are anteed. oc-a fftp&. with Pr1111e [Ag 0my.
henna. making a wound not necessarily moisture in his eyes said: There goea hereby notified of the raotltntion fPiditt/ Arnica Salve. !q. Ins atnet. L lom hL

t1!:-.n;.--'mns. but ugly and troublesome a lad who will make his mark In the attachment rendanthaatMea and that attached the yniucit la satUfrtbe* claim The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, fEAA.TTS: ?"' S

J,>hn walked up to where Henry, world" to which Mrs. Gregory responded tl the plaintiff U this caw, Bruises, Sores, TJloers, Salt Rheum, PAY

tit who had cut away Lanrale" coat was in the most irrelevant manner: & Gu.us.l"1&bI.Wr'a.. C. IL OILCHR1ST.GOUS .. .. FeverresTetter, Chapped Hands, CELEBRATED WE4-._
tr i2 t.d': 1 Henry to do the best he could children. Henry said nothing, but T Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption Pianos and te pn.eadtod1 GOODS
and Piles or no Organs. 1MoI)r.dmat5adt \
*, posiUvelf cures: ,
w 'ijv ho went for a doctor. turned and shook bY&.tin direction ao i ..WiewecI vies; wto watt ..xamt
required. It-is guaranteed to Tire ...c..r/s t,
In ?a hour's time, which seemed an of t&e room where Laavale la/, whirs ume WI" pay :* '' Catalogs.
am' I oat pain,Booker MI>> Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded; Tor: CaUlotneft,sddreM, .c 31 tats". ,
c.
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.ie!tity to Henry and the wounded tunr..,. md W. lUcautnMnntfic.. xia A
( lJn' price 25 cents box. For sale by l
nun he had ridden fire miles and i 'John' rod. 'slang in a deeply a.x.WOOLLly.x.r: per DANIEL F. BEATTY Washintt.n N. J. ueyStrMtCkaflaat
l WajeBsUfe LowEr &;; HcLsr
k ought the doctor back] with: hiin p!. sat tcgcd, BVVT *'od>< the



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I trust four read brlag nat all Judge Criminal Court of BeconI-1"IDg. Dr. Mozley'a LemiA Elixir U a pleasant : O\B.\.o. 4. -T ti.e" tit
GWD, *;q. brfters
lemon drink that known con.. eet
positively cures
their Christian yir Ie hot lum- County Solldtor-Josepb Spafford. J 111 Americathe
all RillinusneM, Cnn! tipation, Indigestion i gaga bare
r..er days and not or auy very Clerk-J. BlackweD. aptrhen while
Countv Court-Joseph E.Baldwin,Esq. all Sick and Nervous lIea\l- :I in actively eQoo'in
Judge
brilliant Items fro quid town. County Commissioners-- C. Butler, Chair vP1 H aches. Kidney Disease, Dizziness, Loss* a tent o-rJ five lqUAr golf pieces

These moonlhtht with the man; T.S. Gautier, L.U.Morgan H. 8. Mutton of Appetite, Fevers, Chills Palpitation: I miles from Ou> :khora road. about 50

songs of the frogs crickets are W. R. Bowes The Board meets the first of Heart, and all other diseases caused ..,.
I' etomach and kidneys I A posse of t
to start or e.dalla each month. r" by disordered liver, Staten
almost Inducement lent deputies .
Clerk Circuit Court-Frank Wright. the first great cause of all fatal der Harris of t. unpet

your correspondent sentimental Sheriff-James H. Shelley. d t. diseases 50 cents and $1 per bottle. I, They are Char, a. took the gang tn.den .

vein and drop hi.1 p'.trJ'. but County Collector-Frank H.Blanchard. I IiI IiIa i Sold by druggists. Prepared only by and Grant &Dukher. C. H. Holn. -

hUlng healthy fc he future he County Treasnrer-B. L LUenthaL. H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta Ga. made the arrman.. When Har-
Williams.Snperrleorof
will restrain his fee or the good County Assesnor-W.RegistrationH.M. .Merryday. 1. j ji"41t' Lemon Hot Droos. outfit of V found a corn

of himself and you' t. But this BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. :1.s For coughs and colds, take Lemon the metals worthless about tw me?*f.1- piectil"dels,nude babbie ot

weather does teem a wonder.. Joha II. Harp, Hoi Drops. terfeiters ? J by the
F. I>. Aekerman CbalfI &8' come ? cona.
For throat and Bronchitis takeIIt
ful effect in the In developing John P. WaD. A lex. Strauss,Secretary. sore glided, and a half 4hlcU had beet

Superintendent Board of Public Instruction I: Drops.For vet dollars. The Counterfeit ail.
"
"craD We altr Dire people : and
A. Strauss. ) pneumonia Laryngitis, take plaster of Paris bloc? are made of

who have decided v n any subject CITY O'FI'CERS. Lemon Hot Drops. square, having the10* font inches

prodded they uffiCient intelligence Mayor-Martin Griffin,Jr.Aldermen "-. For Consumption and Catarrh, take piece and the silver print .of the n

-Wm.R. DeWltt. President; 8. J. Lemon Hot Drops. neatly formed in the( piece very
to mal err posit.lonand Kennedy, Wm hen,G. W. Bassett A. Usina, -..-. For Hemorrhage and all throat and fetters had a large he counter

are honest 10 convictions; P. A. Pratt, Joseph R. Dunn Samuel Lyon [ lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops.An metal used In making pity of the
L L. PnrccllJ. ft.LaRoehe I have determined to annouuce to ray friends and customers an OPPORTUNITY and and box full of gildirfriouj coin
of
but the average "CI a sort a Robert Riles,A.T.Capen, .elegant reliable preparation. a
foolish scoundrel t el up some George Foster. f> purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected) from my large 25 cents,at druggists. Prepared only which thry prepared *'% h, with

and to City Clerk aDd Assessor-Joseph Price. and varied stock, and cut to measurement at prices never before attempted bv by Dr. II. Mozley Atlanta, Ga. circnlation. Their word pubs for
moral or religious trys Collector-M.W Stewart. experts. t that of
any firtt-class Merchant Talor: in the South. determined
Having to greatly
,
a The men were snrpri
cover op hit own designs by Treasurer-R.J Adams.
loudmouthed dean of the sins Chief of Polios-John W.Hagaa. Increase my business this fall, I have concluded to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION C. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet "In given no opportunity to nsud! were

find Chief Fire Department--Ge>>.E.Gay. OF TWENTY PER CENT. on all Goals! in my line. Such an formation and Advice about Patents, r guns
of othen. So that a ptf"IOn A CONSPIRACY UNE\
BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. opportunity may never occur again. COME AND BE CONVINCED. Caveats 'D.
u..gtou.J1 pi mperate or ,Trademarks.Copyrights,
MA4ONIC.Palatka | TI,. "J.'e.p Banns Are th..,
moral, J. felUke gi em a wide Lodge No. 34. F. 8t A. -Meets EC. W. R:1: ICI ER may be obtained free at this offic th. ......._.... \" .'
road, and the faster n travel in Second and Fourth Monday Night la the month ,
j CHICAGO Aug. 4. Tbe\
dlrecd road at T JO o'clock.
an opposite my TILG IIKAN.W.M.
N.J. of
and the further a can get the M. L COXE Secretary. LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Cornier Lemon and Third Street, JOSEPH' E. t uALBWW i George Central Trot Dartels.and paying Savings teU bat

better I feel and ier I can. Putnam Chapter, No.t, R.A.'M_Meets. Second r ALA TKA, FLA. the comparatively insignificant

reaLbe. and Fourth o. -
Monday Nights.C 3,000 of the bank's cash, has nn\\
ATTORNEY
It may be that conihe inhabit J. HATES, H. P. AT LAW.
ez\
been
M. WEB Secretary. what seems to have an

ants of earth hare gj by mistake, Tn.GAN"S: | conspiracy to defraud five Ct
L O. 0. F.
which seems to worn, and they PALATKA, FLORIDA.
banks. The scheme was partly sad
Pioneer Lodge No.23, L 0.0.-Meets every >
myft-tz
are trying to make trosities of Tueedal1C'ICht. JOSEPH PRICE,N.G. ful. and over $50,000 was secured

themselves the ,h ngell.witb R. C. BEETLED, Secretary.St. i Bartels former employers but has si

wings ot uncertain d onsto get a Johns Encampment, L 0. O. F_Meets I PALATKA :MARKETS. been made gnod. Another bank is s<

I three-legged stool ai rp with one every Second and Fourth Friday Nights; Con iti i n Po Q w rs & Salt It Sick R Ill Y YFOR G.-rlee-Whole.-I. to have lost I'JO.OOO which amount T*.

| string, and endeavor rk of-God's JOSEPH PRICE,C. P. also made good, Three men. former.

1 hand and even the He created, W. H.SPECK Scribe.KNIGHTS"OF. tCorrected. Weekly and 1I:1.1Coner Kirby connected with the Chicago Bank Not,
have been arrested charge
I and sing everlasting s for their HONOR. Standard Granulated Sugar.......... ........ 44 company
with to defraud and Issue1
conspiracy
Sort"A"Sugar at.. ... 4',.
own glory, I eupposefa not going Harmony Lodge No, 2767-vMeets First and HORSES, CATTLE AND POULTRY. Extra Third Wednesday of the month. Flour,First Patents Western Spring; William A. Forbes N. W. Burnsl. \
I to take God to task dating these Wheat ... .. ...........0. .. .... .. ....f,5.2:5IoIJOn.ur. Banes the
WALTER THOMAS Dictator.J. Second Patents and Charles Mansen was
do
do 4JSO to 5.15
people, for I euppoe have 'some Dry-Salted Meats-Western Bellies, fourth man wanted. Charles Nicho \

hidden use In the 11'0 t we don't B. DONNELLY, Reporter. in BOO. pound boxes.... ........... ... G%to'% go-between has made affidavit which \
Western Belliesv-
bow anything aboa L teems to K. lOr P. 250: pound boxes... .... ... .... ..... 7% to purports to expose the whole schema.
A bill in chancery asking for the appointment
Smoked Meats Fancy brands New
me to be a sort of a igioue Idea St.Johns Lodge No. 8, K.of P.-Meets ever} S Alta S:1ok.: York City Hams 124 13 of a receiver for the bank ,

condemn the worll 00 created Thursday Night. D. STEWART, C. C. do Western Hams:::.::::: 11 oCOUdo >/4 note has been filed. '
to IL DxUONTMOLLIN: K.R. 8. Shoulders................ S tat company
controls and w it be better t.- TILGHMAJTS COXDITIOX POWDERS Is do Plcnir Hams....... ... s to 10
; Uniform Rank K. of P,No.iMeets for drill 0 the only Remedy that will cure the Cattle Trouble Cheese, Fancy Full CreaaxN.Y.( State) 12 to PANAMA PASSENGER ROBBEDII.
for us to note the what God In the outbknown amoegtheherdsmen as"Salt Butter, Fancy EuteI'DCft&meQ'..... 21 to 23Syrup
every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights at Sick." The Disease I. fires noticed by the animal -Florida, gal .. ..... 85 to
ruled, and enjoy It tribute t.o Armory. R.J. RILES Captain. refusing: to eat aDd prefers dead stubble togreen New Orleans Mousses ir .::'.:.::::..... 36 to 40 ices .12.500 t. the Custody .f tb.Sri. .

he lice if L. A.SMITH, Recorder. grafts. It soon becomes dull and stupid Rice-good.... ............ .... ....... 4 to br; JooVs Fur_r.
good giver, an ac you : I the coat assumes a rough appearance and finally Rice*Carolina: Choice................ fi% to e'
ill, rather than to I nand des ] IRON HALL. the animal actually starves to death. At an appetizer ..... btota NEW YORK. Aug. ..-The steamship
,and to give an animal a fine glossy coat, Crcttuci rft r 'Si"H-'; '
I IUe
ounce the world a fu horrid Branch No.'702 Order Iron Han-Meets First 1 this Medicine has no equal.10T manufactureroffers Standard XXX..Soda. 5 Baa Jose of the Pacific Mail Steamsuip

and Third one thousand dollars manufacturer Lemon Crackers ......... 7 Line Russell arriYed'bere..
Friday Nights.HENRY Captain
that ,
of dirt, and filth ilAnts of Condition Powders wboan produce.. many Ginger Snaps 7 ,
God' etet1 11 MERWIN.Chief LM. unsolicited testimonials showing the merits of Condensed Milk-Eagle : :::::::::: UOto ... She left San Francisco on July 15: for

eaerves Champion.... ....: .
W. .
STEWART,Acct. his medicine as he can fnrnisn. 4.73 to
Our good people ar g up a pie do do Bell Brand......... 4-50to...: Panama by way of Acapulco. The passengers
G.17R. Don't bore that cow's horns but cure her with one package of Tiighman's Hlehlann Brand..small .... ...... .-.S to ... were not allowed to land at
to party that 1rin fOr n the 12thf Monroe Brand-small.... ... .... 5.00 to...
G. A. Ry Veteran Poet, No. 12-Meets every Condition Powders. do do Anglo SwissJ2 oa. 3.50 to .... Acapulco on July 2?, and there was conaider.ble *

this month at the of W. A. First Tuesday of each month at 1 o'clock p.m.P. Price 25c. per Package. By mall 35c. New York Milk Co's, 12 oa, at.... .... 3.75 to .... excitement on the steamship
SG'Evan uncertain Canned Goods Calif. Apricots, lib. COCO....
vane or K. ; .T.L. QUEEN, Commander. when it learned that the restriction
do Green Gages........ 2.20CO.... was
Bich A goal time.i ceitain, as LEWIS. Adet.SEISER do Eire Plums,2 2.20 to .... was made owing to a reported theft of
W. C. TILCHMAN, Peaches-9 Ib.Table Yellow...:::::: 1.75 t0 .... and One of the
e grounds are fine, gooq hall. do -2111.Table \"ellow.......... 1.25to .... morey jewelry. passengers -
do -3 lb. vie............ ......... 1.15 to 1.23 it appears, intrusted several bars
here dandur will ld In the Sol Proprietor and Manufacturer Palatka, Fla. Canned Fish-Alaska Salmon....... Le to .... containing money and gems amounting
the Is not do Fresh Columbia River in value to to the who .
lC
'en1ng. part H TEIJJlllUIN ACKERMAN &; STEWART, Wholesale Agents forjrlorida.ty Salmon....... ........ IJ50 to 1.90 $13,500. purser
yen by anY church Hon, but Mackerel..._.._ .... 1.00 eo .... has been thi-ty-two years in service of
American 8&rdJnel.V.*; the company and whose integrity i* regarded
e proceeds will be----.r eto 1 e He Guarantees, with his Book on Influencing;the Sex you will be able to hare your Stock In .oil........... ....... 4.00 to 4.25 as above suspicion. The money
come the sex desired. No cat unless you do. Write for testimonials and price. Little:Neck Clams.... 1.Mto ....
;new Methodist Chu ere. The & 0 Lobsters... ... ....... 2.19to.... and valuables were stolen on the voyage
'icheme ILd and Mlt.'WiU VIXLNJS, Managers, Canned Vegetables-No.Tomatoes. 99 M 1.10 but by whom is a mystery.Affair. .
: owes origin
do .;e 2 Sugar Corn.... ...: 8ft to 1.40
A. UOIwOnht w hearts are do No.2 Okra and Tcmatoes.to .. .
f th T.rmi.al.Ntw
ORMOtiD-BY-THE-SEA, FLORIDA. do No. )Iarro..reu....... !a0 to 1JO *
larger than their bod nd'if they Buy a "Singer. do No.2 Early June Peas.... 1.:10&0 ... YORK Aug.! 4.-It has been announced
do NoJ Boston Baked Beans lJ1Oto ....
i could only become mil ref would FINE FlStflNG. Coll Greene.3 BatonBrownIiread l 0 to. that Thomson Dean Albert B.

make happy times for one of UI. do Roasted.R)".... .......... ..... .24 jsto to'jG.:.!8 Boardman and Charles P. Huntington
Charles Yandervtlrt lives-10 SPLENDID B1THLNG. Table Irish Potatoes-per barret.... 2.25 to 160 had been appointed to
When buy a Sewing Machine don't take chances: but buy the as a committee
: ,
you any -., ............ 2.15to2J
ill nois. baa come ou e to .ook BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. SINGER, which you know to be thoroughly reliable in every respect. Different Cabbage perdoll........ ...: represent the holders of between OOOO
.
after his orange iron bal MILLION sold. RcdOnionsdo, .. per barrel::.::. .2.:5&03.25Uo. and 60.000 shares of Richmond Terminal
grove. SINGERS
(:; Accommodations ample. Rates styles to suit every line of work. TEN Onions, 2JOto3J9TOBACCO stock and a large block of other securities -

had nothing done lo i he way ofsultivalion reasonable. The .NEW VIBRATER is unequaled for ease of operation, beauty of finish CiCAaims,ETC. ot the system. The appointment .

for several j and Mr. Reached via Palatbor St.Augustine and the and durabslity. All bearings are made of the.best steel and all lost motion can Duke Cigarettes,10........... ........13.83Sensation was made at a meeting called to con.
Yandenon has dedde the Lord East Coast Lines. From South t lorida,via Sew Cut Plug,2 os 3D eider the situation in view of the default
Smyrna and Halifax River Steamerj23 betaken up by limply turning a screw. It has the simplest stick adjustment Seal of North Carolina,2;;;.:::.::::: M of interest on the Terminal 4 per cent

1S .mtghty poor fanne will try best balanced tension greatest number of labor saving modern improvements, Gravely Bob Hancock js Miller and h. leading r, Lucy Minton, bonds, and the impending appointmentof
grades at contract
I and do something bums think he I prices.Richmond permanent receiver W. Estrangeand
shuttle best automatic bobbin winder and
THE OSOEOLA simplest self-threading greatest (capacity
will have a fiDe Cheroots-per box....... 3.75 George F. Stone of the reorganization
vr
11
grove yean. ...
..
Cberoota-per box. 343 snb held a conference
for all kinds of family sewing. Soar ale's committee,

Your correspondent eLermined lots... .... ....Octagon..single.... .... .... ......box..... 4.00 with W. P. Clyde. They said that they
to take a short vacation plan is to IB FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, SITUATED Terms easy. Xeedlcs and Oil for all machines. Colgate's Oetagoa.! .five box lots..... ..tIt had no objection whatever to the ap

immediately the heart of the city. do do ten box lots..... 3JS5 the Dean-Boardman-Hunt
visit the sea coaet and e benefit i Headquarters for the State, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cupid.American Family and other brands at pointment
i Special rater t.' regular boarders, aDd satisfaction market prieea.MaccltSwift&Courtae1. mgton committee, and would welcomeany
of the sea ail.and to do net effect ,Blue Hen Peer- aid or work that the new committee

oall hu determined to me a pa.senger .- la every particular guaranteed. S. H.- MARTIN, Local Agent, lets and Cat ann Mouse at manufacturers might effect.
mT$- R. L. WALL,Proprietor. Tirices.
04 one of the steamers New York State Hand-Flced Pea
je7 Palatka Fla. Beans. ............................. 2.80 Xotb arced !. Efflgy.jr. .
for New York and get benefit of L D. EATON M. D. Pearilne,per case...... ............ Leto Ala. 4. Full
the whole coast from he ere. We AKmsTO Aug. return

expect to return with wed vigor i Har. Grain Flour fertilisers. Eta of the election have not bean received.

and perhaps get some ideas of Corrected Weekly by Tertrees Co., old J, T. but it is safe to estimate Governor

what other people are gin the HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE Passenger Schedule. & K. VT,Depot.l5ySubject Jone'i majority at 500 in Calhoun

world to sort of high pa< th human county. The Democratic nominees to.

advancement, that can got in no BLOCK:, PALATKA FLA. Corn Mixed,per to market sack 1101'-changes.. ....$ 1.40 to f 1.., representative are elected by the sam
other way only by goinj I seeing, THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN aid FLOG IDA RltROD Oars,White per sack 125 Ibs..... .. IMtolJH majority but W. A. Porter nominee

and then bringing these i all home, Orncx HOCKS to 10 a. m; 1 to 3 p. m. Ground Feed per sack 100 Ibs..... 1.45tolJH> for senator is probably defeated by
Feed Meat,per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.10 to 115' of the Kolb in Cleburne
and adapting aU and T to S m. Sundays 1 to 3 reason majority
the
then es to p. p. n. SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE TO Pure Wheat .Feed per sack JOO1"UO to 166
home life here, that t make us Patients from a distance can be treated FLORIDA. Rust Proof Oats,per trash....... .. .C0to 03 county. At Aiiniiton the vote was 1.231
and through the mall Office consultation free. Hay,Ko.1 Timothy, per ton. 19.00 to 20.0 for Jones and 218 for Kolb. News from
happier better. Nin ths of the .
Taking effect JUNE 22, J89% Standard Time,SOth Meridian Wheat Bran .
per 18.00 to woo Talladega and and 8t Clair lift Jones
trouble people have with a other is apS-gm_- Grits and Meal per 1.40 to 3JO I Etowah Cherokee and Cle
because they do not and each Best Patent Flour,per bbL..... .. .. see 10 aJIO majorities. ,
un
NORTH BOUND. Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per ton.. Use tosses I bane give Kolb majorities. Captain
other. and if they wou ke more FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUT- Cotton Seed Meal, Dark,per ton.... 20.00 to 2140 Kolb was burned in effigy at Piedmont.
pains to Investigate the > s and de- SO. 3-WZST INDIA. FAST MAIL. NO. -EZFRE S MAIL. No. I Linseed Meal ....

of XAM COUNTY FLA. Leare Palatka........................... MS am Leave Palatka..........?.....,......._ ..00 pm Port Cement,per 188 to 3.00Roeendata .
who liv different ....
.signs people Leave Hampton.. ........M..M .Mam Lan Hampton........................ 7J8pm Cement, per bbl.. lAStoXOO Trying Their Iar
sections of this great lai nd brine Allen T. Brantley i Leave Saks .................. SJOam Leave Lake City........................?. 1M pm Plaster Paris,per S.00to: 226 Ont. 4.-A. residence
them down to their ants andambitions n. | Dlrorce.rutkr. Leave White prfngi..........?........: SJMamLeave Lave White Springs............... .... '.13 Lime per ._ 1.WU1J5 "WlsueOR Aug. :
ow Georgia ITT Jasper...............................If-4 Leave Jasper..........?.... .......:.... 945 pm pm Plasterers' Hair,per 4 4to M was burned here and three people badly
they would fi humanity BY Leave Valdosta..........................10.11am Lean Valdosta..........................10.90pm Best Ltrerpool Salt,per sack. .90 to 1.00
was about the same the rid over, L APPEARiyO la above AFFIDAVIT OF THE Leave TtnoD- ......................12M am Leave Tlltost ...;.... .............1131 am Florida Orange Box Sides,per box 4 to A injured, on. dying soon after from the
Complainant styled -camse that the Juksonvine...................... LeareJacksoarlUe:....... M
and would leave Defendant Leave S.upm ... ........... SJOpm Tilghman'r; Orange Box Heads A to her The victims
section entirely ,..,Georgia Braauey, fe a resident of Leave Brunswick. .. .... ..... ........... SJOpm Leave Brnn4wick.......... .. ..JI am BesOirch Hoops, per bdl. .40 to 50 effects of scorching.
out of their minds, and ) rate the State Georgia at or near.the town ofBrownwood ...... ... IJSpm Leave Cordele are Miss Florence Smith, aged 23, and
themselves as iooab tan >ply f earthIlat ODe,.., ,aad she U over the age er twenty- Leave Arrive Cordele Maeon.... ...:.. .::::::::::.:':::: 411pa1 Arrive Macon.;::.::::,::::::::::::::::::: 4JOam LSI an Candles hate, Eta Mrs. :E. F. Smith. aged 43. The latter

have Jhmoan instinct It Is therefore ordered that said Georgia was seriotuly burned, and it is thoughtthat
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We are ,supposed to ha weather Braatley do eked answer or desist t* th. bill No.J leaves Palatka after arrival fast West India mail fromTampa aad conscts at Macon sale Candy)JaD aduren,3>..Lemon stJ she cannot recover. Mrs. E.:A.
i of complaint herein on or before the FIRST witialloutrolnrp.m.traiBS.CR.R.8. W.B. L K.&. /R. R-,Ga.. .B B,_E.T. V_and. Scorzia: Smith the mother of the family.;*although
.observer here MONDAY IX 8EPTEMBKR, A. D. -
who baa be ppolnted j 1W3; ther- and Macoa and Northern Railroad. Stick Candy 55-lb.boxes....N.
by the U. S.Governmen 1 is wise a decree pro coatING will be catered No.4 leaves Palatka after arrival of trains from St.Augustine and points East aDd SoothFlorida I Broadway ,25-Ib. boxes..............1 1. belly iajored win reoover. The
enp1plied afaiiuther.It aDd connects at Tifton with Brunswick and Western from Brunswick, Ga. and Jackson- American Mil tor*. 30-lb.b.ckets..Joe women received their Injuries while try
with proper lnst its; butwhether is farther ordered that this notice-b. Mb. tale alas- Close eonaectioa at Mcoon Nashville, Ixmisrine, andnaati. Evansville St. Louis !! French Mixt ,Sib.bexee... ._..........1410 lag to save some money they had forgotten .
b* ,Is living or d no ODe U.becl.a week for Ioore"v aatlT.weeks lathe and bugs Short Line to Worlds Fair,via G.S.... F-C. R.R.of Oa.. Western aDd Atlantic Chocolate Creams.9-Ib. boxes .. ............20i, when the fire broke out.AM .
f and far 1-alatka Weekly Times a aew oixs. a.... Nashville Cbattanooc aDd SU Louis and Louisville and Nashville,and Macon with all, out-going Marshmallow;S-UK boxes...::- :.* .
knows as Deemed
as we Itahedta said sad ate -
County trains oa Central Railroad. I A. B. Gum Drops,(Mb .I
be and' ni* office might well be DaM this July 27thA.D. HMK. Pure Gam Props,5-lb.boxes.} Odd Way *. ......
[ abolished. J. F. FRANKNylX 1G'I41'r perk.L.a Penny Goods, 100 pieces la box..
( .l EE.RF9HT. B.Co LEATs3WORTlf Aug. 4. What It
lJlLLtI &; Gru.HMOc inplalnant's ScUcUors. SOUTH BOUND.NO. CHKwura eVIl.
RCNKKNNESft.rtb UQC I HABIT ,,... I' Adams' ftappota Tote,per box?... evidently a very peculiar suicide has '.
X. EXPRESS MAIL NO. U VEST: INDIA FAST MAIL. TutU Frnttiper box......We been discovered: her*. lathe woods on t

tr+datH.SBUT. Day, LoaaUls* C) e.s.5Oe a JeIot caa be made b1 Leave Maeon. .............N..N..... lS-33pra Lan Maeoo................ .?......11.GO am I' Red Fruit Ross,per box.......-..6SaCaBfornia the 'J'&. Leaven worth reservation wan I
torlnc Dr. HatneV work; sure pay; exclusive territory. Write at Leave ... abOam Leave Tiftoa............................. L47pmArrive I Panama Fmit., per box box.._............. .... ..... can be given jo a gks f beer a oaos. L. J!. .Piedmont W..ya. Brunswick .................... t 00 as Arrive BmaswtckArrrreJacasoavUle..............?._... L25 P" BIpTee. per .Qio banging from the limb of tree and
oclf-tf Arrive Jacksouvale...................... 1.2 am .;...-.._......... 740 p 111 *. a ,
.p of coffee or tea, or In f< without Ainv.Valdosta................._...... 4Jeam Arrive ValdceL.J..._...... ............. aJOpm from article found and the appearance v
Arrive Janp.r ................ 6A sit Arrive Janper.. ... .............. c.I pm Mixed Nuts,per pound.......... of the tree it was evident be had adjusted -
I jke: know'ege of the patlei It Is ab- ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Arrive teSprinp.+..5.13am Arrive Whit Peanuts, Fancy per powtd."""'-.jAlnMSMlsper eo the about his neck and then saturated
Arrive Lake aty... ...................... 1.40 am Arrive Lake Qty..v.mpmAmn poond. ..a..17c rope
tlutelj harmless, and v effect a .... ....................- .......................... S.tSpm EagOan Walnuts,pft.pmd:::::::...:::::::I6e a haoderchief with chloroform
pjrmancnt and whether STATE or FLORIDA, i Before Joseph. Arrive HamptonPalaUa._........ lJIIaDll ArriveHampton..........................ISJSpm Filberts,per poan<<..._....;..................1_ which ha had held to his nostrils until .
speedy
cu J Baidw Eq, Pecaaaj>er pond.......... .loo
tie patient is a moderate d er or an Coon or PCTXAK J County ..dp.To BraaU Walnmta.per pound:::::::::::::::::::tlo he became unconscious and fell off. t

May H. Barn: after arrival of IneosDing morning Trains on Central. Soathwe.tern'CB .
atoholic wred. It baste given In No. 1 leaves Maco -
Maoon and :onhera ADd Maoon A T_...l.r ardcrvd.
sn4 Georgia and Eatonton
tlpn&ands of Yo are hereby notified that a writ cf attachsaent East Tennessee,Virginia Fresh X..u.

since a perfect cases cure, and has f i :wed.very in-It property has attached been issued to satisfy against the. you demand and of your C %'0.t'leaves. Macon after arrival of Incoming afternoon trains oa the Cenrral. SoutliwesteraMfcoonandNonheraand {[Corrected weekly by Duane Brwu,Central SOU5TOS Pa., Aug. 4.-Anthony

I fails. The H. Gilchrtst, amounting to SW.12. 'ow unless Georgia; RaUroads,and connects at TUto with Bmitswfek and Western .. 1 kit near Coui$Houas.l Kelly and Thomas Welsh, attacked Ar..
system o impreg- you ahaU appear before the Hon. Joseph F. for Brunswick and Jacksonville, via Brunswick and Western and Savannah,florida aad BeeX-XortaeniCBest Cats), per tL..2>> to .... thur while returning
Long
; with the and all to.East and oath nor da. a teamster
i Dfer specific it 1 mea an Baldwin Couaty Judge la aDd f.said County WesMra; M Palatka foe ScAagnsUne vxtfata and. with St. Round. .ia to
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. impowiMlity for the U r appe- at Ms office ., J"ala&ka,11a..oa the 12TH DAY Johns sndUcklawaha River steaaser JI&INa..4raiatu' 4 i ; Florida,Bat: Cum..N..II to 124- home in Pine Brook and stabbed him in
. 48 OF nE1'" 'E35BER. ISM,at 11 o'clock.In the forenoon All Trains arrive and depart from Union Depots, Moons.........i.ys.to 30Pork. the back, killing: him akaost instantly
exist. Cures guan eed. judgaeot Isola rendered against yen, Elegant Steeping Cars win he ma OB Trains lio.S and:>o. Veal.._......._. ._._.,......._.....2It to I. Kit assailants are imprisoned.FEDERAL .
pie boo; particulars fre AddressGoLDEY aad your property pay the debt. For further fcifonnatlon. apply to Ageals at Junction points,or tel. ..........-......._.....,.........12%to 13f a
SPECIFIC S5 Race Jane It1Ja,ll112. C. IL GILCHRIST. A. 04 Co. Grtus A Ouus,rUintUTa Attoraeya. HENRT BCR *.T. P. A* Maoon. Ga. JAMCB Js-ENZtfR.General Agent,Jacksonville, Toitaoa........:.?. ...?....::.....1 to ....
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TC THE DON FOR OUT PRICES IN DRY GOODS AND SHOES. 37 LEMON STR'JBE' w

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AN ICE CREAM fESTIVALT. LETTER FROM BUMMR HAVEN. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. brought up for action, and upon motto

P.A1'IKA. WEEL.Y be OITWW .. Fri:&;:;, A.rut Jtth. fur Cn renpondence Falatka::--Time-*. it table.was' ordered that it be laid,upon the ILL G LilA.

the Benefit .f Gem City G_..*. SOIXEK HATEX_ August 10. Mr. J. IL Merryday presented bit'

PUBt HERS Oa Monday evening, tbe 22d Inst., This very pleasant resort, situated OFFICIAL BUSINESS' TRANSACTED BY bond as Supervisor of Registration ,

tAcKENZIE k BURTZ. sf Dunn's Park,a grand ice cream festival miles below St. Augustine is which wan found to be comet and at.- Grand Demon ally at the
_. eighteen THE BOARD.
1 benefit of proved.
--- Sttew1.0lFiClts will be held for the
= JA Di1lD'a JJaD4\DC, 'Guards. The proceedswill a place when health, comfort and the > The following bills and accounts were Capiily.Distinguished .
the Gem City .
resttoYostJa examined and Approved, and Clerk it
-- i be oaed in the purchase of a few very best of sport Is enjoyed by all who strutted to draw warrants therefor:

--:: uniforms as many members of are so fortunate as to visit the island PALATKA. FLORIDA, l? T. C. Cammi aer,two ;alters at

ILATEeeaU., 'I.IIO.uCBlrnO new without. Many families own cottages and TUESDAY, August 2, 1&2. j r day*Butter.. ...Ocmnty................... ....... ... 4i. Home'and broad.
g! f' the company are entirely L. C. Morrm, County CommtMioner,

._.boa puoneanls a4 Let the citizens of Falatka patronize I spend the summer and fall month. The Honorable Board of. Count two read.:1 day*.4.;..mileage..... .....$40.....;..oas.....dayon .... 1.60<

__ -----=----=-- this entertainment as much at they arable here, notably among them Messrs Commissioners for Putnam County, W.R. BoweaCounty(.oaul _toner.two A Grand Ovationeaker Crisp

PALbThA.FL to Asr. 12.1892. as they will l never have the oppor. Otterson and Vincent, of Pomona, Fla., met at the Court House this day road.S4..;...mileage.........91-80......;..four.... .day.....oa... IS I IO Who Made aid Logical
--- for a Burton Mrs. It. F. Adkins H. S. Mlnton. County CommlMkmer.
to spend their money Captain Ujie Live
tunity $3-20 J day Speech
day 4, mileage ;
= ft 10 cents can, cause. Drs. Harrison and Newsome, and a in regular session. on two road day S4$........ ........ .... ........ Hi. obav.ATLAKTA .

'Tip Top" Brand/r more Remember'worthy that the Guards :are notbegging number ol other families from Crescent Present-T. C. Butler, Chairman; 1. T.day N.Gaatler.14.mileage County tUG.Commissioner........... ...,..1. IIK. 110 Xaaaea
Gra1n eT'l. -- N. Gantier. L. U. Morgan II. S. Hit for Patrick .i90, Aur. the grand rotunda
tat -::] rose from ->r. for money; they only ask that City. Welaka well represented. From Williams Shepherd, *3....pauper........ .... -........._ 1110 it galleries were
with *
ton and W. R. Bowen members also Mr .Sweat 100(
harry Straus b tW Uer you attend the festival, and for the Interlacben we have the families of: James H. Shelley Sheriff and Fran; H.George R.Caiuey Knowlea,for p&ulJCrTbomaa.lorpanper ....... 1110 packed with peopUhe Democratic

mend,looking mt b-l n elects: money spent you will get value receive J. L Wimberly and Mr. Lyon; Mrs Wright, Clerk." Mr.Strange H. Cyrus.I.and Oakley D., for... .pauper..........Mr...*-. <.8CJT. procession beaded Young Men'

even- Hamilton and daughters from Federal C.Butler,,for Mr.WorrtlL$5:VTilliam3 .
)lr. James H;era. Congratnla In addition to passing a pleasant The meeting; was called to order by .......... .. .... .... .... ... SI 80 Democratic Leaifn/altoa county
of Fort: Ing. The boys have raised among Point. The l'alatka families are W.J. Bryant, for pauper Hall......... 600 arrived at the capij marched into
the chairman and the business .. SI
mayor hundred dollars Messrs.Holden Hayes Pittner.Judges following John Beck, for panper Lee :::::::: :: notes of
themselves nearly a H. W. Roop,for finer,pauper SIf. the building. The ing
tions, Jima muter, and Mr. T. about two-thirds the amount returned. Vertrees Wigz and J. N.Walton. Mr. disposed of: D. Arkerman, for pauper JtcGraw.. 81 80 "Dixie played by hd were greetedby
b The minutes of the last regular rueel. Emma Been, pauper...... ... .......... 100
Lieutenant penn, were via Don't forget the day and place, Monday Holchkin's wife and daughter from 1;. r. pragne, for pauper N.Hanbary.S (:: such cheers aa tver before been
ing were read and motion ft. G.:Milter, for Mr*:Lomkin.: S I
pauper
3L nOlllngt esday.tors August 22, at Duun's rark, West Denver, Colorado, are summering her upon ap A. MeCrany for tan er Lorry fntcn... f 00 heard in Georgia's!apitol. Del..
proved. J. M. .... ................ 170 !3\
state
to of Shelley all 6
] PaatJ hat returned from End sand bring all the money you can Each season we meet the families s Frank Wright, Clerk, salary, etc...... GO fiG gations from were
benefit : who come in 1 to The County Judge presented hil Lows Pope,Janitor. .. ... .. WPalatka : present, !and the sty wa, all day.
1Vslterj business tnp.. Wat afford to donate for the o ODe the neighborhood, Water Works,three m .:th*::.. 33 :1 1Mutin
of Pal&lka's most organizations spend the heated term,.Messrs. Gray es statement of licenses issued during the Griffin & Co........ ............ 41V. ablaze with suclpcratic enthosiaim -
another $uj In the dust.fit worthy i month of July, which was exam .C.Blaachard CoUertor ............ J JMeKenzie Zi8 has bet here for
not
as many
always------! and Eatman being among the pleasant & Kurt*. eooe' '.......... ter immutable law tha Notice new schedule of the Jacksonville amined approved and ordered filed. U. P. Hancock,road tin board....... lSeo: years.

It.7:is 'anund health! one mus St. Augustine and Halifax Rive ones.Altogether we have a social peopl, The County Treasurer presented hill Edward boards North two day,Sve equalizing mile poet, .two.....alga..... 00 Hoer W. Y. A), chairman of

have blood Railway in another column. statement of warrants paid and car B.J.KenaerlywppUeeforrasde.. .... T 02 the Democratic jv. committ.e.calle4 ,
to ], and Abundant and ones" beside hai florid Commercial Company, rent of
pshorter nor surer rout "knowing say, I celled during the month of July, Armory for July.............-.......... 251Palatka 11 the assent order at 8:30
limve Rev. N. Woodworth, o' Welaka, the loveliest beach on the Atlanta Herald. letter head and enTelope -
Tbereiurse of' De Will's Bars ing as follows: *for Criminal Court... ........ 141 00 i o'clock end in a r and patriotic
made ua pleasant call Tuesday. that no place under the sun afford ..... .
than InUt. From the General Fund. 81,022 4.5 Dr.A. M.Steen,attending Innatle ft < i speech, opened thane of the ren-

White Spring Sunday Mrt. L. R. Patton, Rockford 111., such clams, oysters or fish as Summer which was examined found correc J. H..Merryday... ........,..Supervisor.. .... ......KegUtration .......... m 1 9G lug by introduci.ator John B.
ting Haven. T. X.Gautier,AwUtant "" _101'....... SI OG
tf&on the hotel register maul writes: "From personal experience 1 and ordered filed. L. U. Morptn,bridge work.......... .. tllO Gordon aa the timer.
built the ......
Many of the houses are on Frank Gantier advance on bridge 901O. oe Gordon is alivi home among-
we names, among them JudgtWocala. can recommend DeWltt's generaldebtilty. unusual The County Treasurer also presents .Loper llalley. Receiver, ga* for Jail
blood and barrier and it is nothing to 4 05 Georgians and battle-scarred
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a core for impure balances aDd court house for
Landlord King seti P. 1. Peek. see Judge Vertrees and Dr.Harriso : his statement showing OD Holland Coltren irn po't*and board S 1 110 veteran set the j'c. to cheering-
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Tnt table,'and we don't won I hand August 1st, 1802, as follows: J.A.lobannontmildfnr| !>ri sitting on the front piazza fishing in T.C. Itutlcr Jor pan|*r Isaac TbomPf'Olla. < wiMIjr a, he the front andaddreueti
houseful). thousand of Indian Rive To the credit of the General
*Ae keeps his Four acres the ocean for bass. Thursday the Judg Upon motion adjourned to the September : his contn.Tho .

land Is offered(Ifor tale. See advertise- about I Fund. .... . . . ... $4,8080 : meeting. J I I bmrden of Gordon's speech
Roasted Rio pulled in two beauties weighing
f& Sanborn' best ment in another column and call on i which was examined and ordered filed fellow-fttlien
I the mistake
!, 25 cents pound, at Gramger's, J. H. Carpenter for particulars. thirty pounds. The County Collector presented hls There is Great Excitement was i
the that
Last season the property owner I were makin-: by f g party
the blues. Ernest of White Springs son statement showing the amount of Among Rheumatic tufterersoyerth had brought theiif tbe Egyptian
fans Taboles cure King, built,a ball room andten, pin alley, and iiN"ew
the taxes collected during the month of new remedy that is being put up bondage of the traction period,
of Yf. T. King, popular hotel man, Deeded
as some new furnishings were
/ley, the barber, has removed hh arrived in Palatka Tuesday. He ha the ladies took the matter in hand and< May, as follows: York Citv. It is claimd there and casting the: 'th the People

and fixtures to tbe Arlington with Graham. County Revenue. .. . . .$ 4 14 has never been a case where it has party, which con ope for success
/k, where be Is'better prepared than accepted a position S. decided to give a dance and ice cream County School Tax. . .. .. 4 00 failed to cure. It is culled! Dr.; Drum but threatened tl hrow of Demoo-

fc for the accommodation of his cus-. Ripans Tabules cure Jaundice.We festival. After meeting and makin; County Licenses. . . . 240 8 l nund's Lightning Ilcmedy for lihecuntism racy and the contje in power of the

all arrangements Friday evening wa 'oil Taxes. . .. . . . 10 00 I
ers and the public call from and U sold for $u a bottle Republican part}

Witt's LUttcrly next acknowledge a pleasant Hon. Chas. M the time selected. Early Friday morn Total. ...:. . .. : . .....$259 &5 The remedy ia certainly making for IL-i Hon. J. C. C. the democratic
e truly believe De our Congressman, ing Mds. Otterson and Pittner met to which was examined, found Correct self a world wide reputation, as the nominee of the 7 >ngreuional district

Risen to he the most natula1. Cooper, Wednesday. Mr. Cooper is an decorate the building; they were assisted and ordered filed. ountry is full of Rheumatism. Th was the eaker. Hf was

net effective, most prompt and eta eloquent speaker, a polished gentlemanand by :Misses Vincent Adkins, Meeting adjourned until 8 o'clocl nanufacturers sell it on an absolut followed by IIon.jiYingdODof the
for biliousness,. Indigestion will serve the entire State faithfully o-morrow; morning. Fifth and Reprerre Moses. of the
Chaires
pill Woods
Newsome
Comical LIgbtle, guarantee; and offer to refund the Fourth conirre sitstrict.. each of
and inactive liver. P. F. Peek. and impartially. He created a good Sinister, Wigg and Hamilton and a WEDNESDAY, A{;OUST 3. money in any cae where it doe whom mAde IItrorpcraUc speeches

Impression while here. Board met,with all members present and also Senator
Messrs. Lanning, Loomis and other Dumber of young gentlemen. Th work Sen aa AUiancf-aa
The Sheriff presented his account not a perfect cure. Gordon did-appo their brethren
stockholders of the yacht Juanita, are The New Discovery. ladies used only green and yellow ir against the State for feed of seven (7j >y express prepaid on receipt of price not to fonake shy for the party

I erecting in the West End a very hand You have heard your friends and the ball room, and in a short while the prisoners;as follows: Orummond Medicine Co., 4B-i O Mai. led by Wearer, and others that

I come house for the harborage of their neighbors talking about it. You may busy hands had made a bower of.: 1[ prisoner 1 day, at 4Oc..S .40 len LaneNew York. Agents wanted was striving that stood tot bulwark aud rain against th.

teamer. yourself one ofthe, many who know Beauty. Elegant palm., glossy greeD 1 L a 6 i* .. .. 241 those party who woW< ermit led-enact

from personal experience jest how gooda leaves and lovely trailing vines contrasted 1 1 12 II . "' . 6'ff
TXm't forget that E. W. Green, the thing it is. If you have ever tried it, beautifully with the rich yellow 1 L 17 ) less indeed enviable. His deliver other iniquitous d that meant so
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much harm to path.
blacksmith and general repairer, next you are one of its staunch! friends about it, be.is >f the daisies and the nodding plumes 1 L 31 II .. 12 40 :'wagons are kept constantly going from speaker was HonU Anthony of I

r to Merwin's stables, will do you a good cause when the wonderful thing trial Driving's, if golden rod. Over the handsome i he opening to closing of his store. Mi. Texas successor ft. Mills in the

job. All work at low prices, in consideration New that Discovery once given ever a after, holds a Lich dividing the rooms was the word ,7 Total . ... . . ..$42 80( Bond believes in printers' Ink, which house of congrei
'to
C which examined found correct and Mr. Anthony roud to speak
of the dull times. Give him a place in the house. If you have never 'Welcome!" made of yellow daisies. was accounts partly or hisjuccess.! ,. _, an aaxiiut jWii-Tli.""| '.'.S's
call tell him what you want, and he'l used it and should be afflicted with a iporoved in duplicate. born reared on Georgia
The refreshment Georgian, (
room, was perfect Upon motion it was ordered that the There is comfort for the man wilt
do the rest. 'au -2t cough, cold or any Throat, LungoiChest oil, and he waKall the way from
Transfer Com
iD its coloring pink oleanders being the :ease of Crescent City .
? trouble, secure a bottle at once Road a i prematutely graybeard in Buckhins Texas: -to tell pans that Tezaa

"Don't" Cigars' are sold on their and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed only flowers used to brighten the any Board versus Putnam in County matter of in- jam's Dye, because it never fails to was standing .hc to shoulder with

merits. W. P. Hatchett: will Oil your every time, or money refunded.IIule' tables; cakes cream and ices served unction, now, be pending taken from Mr. Calhoun olor an even brown or black as maybe Qeofida in the l content Democratic that was so-
waror
Trial bottles free at Lowry A now being
orders. If be does not call en you any druggists. iy fair ladies for the small sum of 'onlime. e md await further action of this Board desired, premacy. ,

order left at this ofltce will reach" him. In matter of petition for public road Mr. Anthony,tjenergetic and forcible .

George Smith has returned to Sa At an early hour guests began to arrive Tom northeast corner Chartes Slade'. Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, manner, add sit and enthusiasm

TJeutenant'W. M. Dam, who has recently yaDnah.I and soon both rooms were ful jroptrty, the same being the northeast nd.[ says: I tried Chamberlain1 to the already utic gathering and
IlbinU for organised
of southeast Section made
quarter quarter, many
experienced a week's sickness at of visitors from Palatka St. Augustine ColiC, Cholera and' Diarrhoea Remedy, Ttexan took his aest
Senator Calhoun caught a fish at his 16,Township 13 Range 27 east, run Democracy.
Anastaia on the Coast, we are pleasedto Anastasia home recently weighing md from miles around came espe i slag iD an easterly direction, to intersect for diarrhoea and severe cramps, amid storms then which lasted

note, is out again. He arrived in :;tally to take part in the entertain s with the Como and Crescent ",'iLy and pains in the stomach and bowel leveral mirntes>ed it was an OTJrrotioo
eighteen pounds.Ion't oad J. T. t K. W. Railway Water ; given the jr' ex-Georgian.
Palalka Tuesday, and will assist Captain at with the best results. In most case
It in j
nent. was a success every way; Dank. The same is granted as a Krthm jdaevd Crt_..
.McLaury in drilling the Guards, forget the ice cream festival for bound to be when under the manage_ neighborhood road, and Messrs. H. J. me dose will! do. Besides it's other Governor Not was next speakev

preparatory' for tie encampment. the benefit of the Gem City Guards on nent of Madams Burton, Otterson, ttarlow, Charles C. Sltule aud J. E 25 good!; and qualities CO cent.it..is bottles pleasant for to sale take.by:; and ia his s percl introduced Hon.

Rave we any truly great men at the Monday night, at Dunn's Park. /ertrees, Hays, Wimberly, Graves, Starr are appointed marking commissioners Ukermac: Stewart, Druggists.Ripan's Charles F. Crupvkerof the national
to mark out the said road and
present day? Some doubt it, and ask to '"Remarks by Bill Ny." [Mttner,Miss Vincent and Mrs. WaKon eport their action to this Board. Tabules prolong life. tonne of repre TH. when Mr3rwp

DA shown the modern Washington, Bill Nre'slatesL book is now being The gentlemen wet e untiring in tbeii Upon motion it is ordered that in It was advanced.earlyIlbpo'cloek j[e front of the plat

Franklin, or Webster. However this issued in a special edition for the East forts to make it pleasant for all, and ua'terof Joe Addir, pauper drowned FOR COU TY JUDGE. form and begnupeecn.Mr. .

may be, of one thing we are sure, there Tennessee Virginia and Georgia Rail- the soft lights, sweet mnsic and gay ID the Ocklawaha River, no action te Crisp self be did not hue
aken. I hereby announce myself a candi lime to give huts( as to Tetnedin
never was a greater blood-purifier than road. It contains -501 and 250 lancers made a scene long to be remembered of for the distress in which
pages Iq matter levy present late for re-election for the office of to be applied toi
AVer's Sasaparilla. Illustrations. The book formerly sold by the people of "Summer ear it was upon motion ordered that Bounty Judge. the; people harm for twenty-five
laven by the Sea.* W. N. J.TO the following levy be made: rears on acco of the violation ofDemocratic
One of the most prosperous' colored for $3, but can now be bad by sending The State levy being . . 5} mills JOSETH E. BALDWIN. tiriK*. TheM be would

men in the State is General Tillman,, 13 two-cent stamps to B. W. Wrenn, I THE CITIZENS OF PUTNAM CO1TST1 for School purposes . .. ... 5 mills U opportunity end) brine ont aa the

who keeps a fancy grocery and confectionery General Passenger and Ticket Agent, for Bridge t und . . 3-8 mills Bright people ate the quickest to uunpaign progi L He asked no man

store in White Springs. All KnoxvIlle, Tenn. It is guaranteed to I hereby announce myself as an In- For General Fund. . . .. 2J milk econlze a good thing and buy it. Well to bet a DemocTi what the party bad
. . .. li been, be would 10 man to vote theicket ,
candidate for the office of For Road TAX. millj
the white people know General and cure the blue quicker than any other lependent lotsof bnght people the Little Early if be omit show him that his
For Board of Health . mills
appreciate his endeavor to earn an bonnet known remedy, and the pnce is within Sheriff of Putnam County, subject to BBWMMnMmi Users. If you are not bright these merest deman 1.

livelihood. He enjoys a splendid the reach of all. be action of the voters In the coming Total being. . . ... . 15 mills pUla will make you so. P. T. Peek. iras Mr.not Crisp reepontjfor a.iII Democratic the existing party bad
election. J. H. SJIELLET.Tbree .
patronage. Upon motion ordered that comple- late of affairsthe' country for the
The ice cream festival for the benefitof { century it had not
license record and SALE. oj
ion of marriage FOR pad quarter
A Sew Yetlbute Trmla.An (he Guards August 22 promises to I -pound Can Tomatoes;10 cents I index be tabled for the present. been able to paky laws.

elegant vestibule train, to be surpass anything yet attempted. Don't at Gwlneer's. I It was upon motion ordered that lie said the'pet was.itiou to place to the I
democratic pin po
called the"Chattanooga and Washing. fail to do your part in making it a grand I "Don't smoke a ten cent cigar whenon I saac Thompson, paryletic list and,be be allowed placed I i-,000 AGUES DCSIRABLK tAXI lawa.and tbeevhat were complained pas

ton Limited will on and after July success financially.If : upon the pauper 011 Indian Hirer at a reasonable price on east of would b.reid.IB
can get a better one for five. The : $3 per month, and that the same be said "Now
&srnifl", within a abort distance of TitoaTlDe.lie clo-lnr, MHip ,wejre
17, leave Chattanooga daily at 12.05: &''Don't" Cigar far exceeds in qua!. I made payable to Chairman T.C. Butler. into eight In November t
and arrive at Washington' next dull, smritless and stupid; if your Indian Hirer MetropoU Two railroadi going
noon motion ordered that marking
what I
and flavor anything on the market ; Upon rin. I believe n have been
ity
!morning at 9:30, connecting with the blood is thick and sluggish; If your appetite ommissioners' report of road from roM the land. Flat may be Men by fining 01 old! by consetjv*. men from New

Eoyal Blue Line" for Baltimore, Is capricious and uncertain, you Reliable dealers can buy them on county road to colored church in Precinct J. H. CABFIUiTEB. fork' and Ind' tLat we shall carry

l Philadelphia and New York. Tbe 0:30. iced a Sarsaparilla. For best results :say terms, in consideration of the dull Xo. 9 be accepted. aua-tf Opera Hone Block,Talatka" na. both of thej .for Mr. Cleveland.

p. m. train from Jacksonville over the take De Witt's. P. F. Peek. In matter of abolishing Putnam (Great app1a( great hope of the
-S. F. & W. Railway, carrying a sleeperto The Fruitland camp-meeting coin )County Criminal Court of Record was For Sale Rent. Republican pal defeating Cleveland
Cincinnati via the E. T. V. & G.sand the latter of October. [iscussed at length, and upon motion or iI i ia division lii tonth. -
fences part
O. C. Routes and connects with I It was ordered that it be put over until i I do not belu ar people are going

the vestibule and reduces the time to he September meeting. HE SARATOGA HOTEL,PAUITKA,, to divide de id b tbe "ly man ,
the twelve\ hours via the scenic rbohas been the xcnliv efcalr
east
In matter of changing Orange Spring
Shenandoah Route.*' Notice to Teachers the FLORIDA. inc the war' 4 &M had tIM COOTM
Valley road
and Waldo Public County to veto a gneaioo bttl ia (h.hCe 'i
tanking commission reported the following rorcrjui HOCSC: iso WELL Aim it the .
THIS of demand to > by *>rat. ;
kaow to the Scarlet and trarelirpublt a
have -
The Gem City Guards recently JMK3 NWiEST.(( AUWSTME AWHALIf Examination of Teachers' for Putnam change: Beginning at a pointn *,!*offered for tale f or It can be ieaeedlit ive. in ooojrre Bat the aM4 eoo- ire
..been having some good drills under the County will be held at Palatka:: In Township line between Townships now Maad.mafani Ubd. M came on pM4 it. Karyteo

,efficient captain, E. M. McLaury. The AX MVER RAILWAY. he White School Home, on SBPTEMJER 10 and 11, on the half section line of or The eves owaer throognovt nicht famUa aDd eooiplete standing U rnnitare t&rutac-,, geed it, and C baa Ue .*. r.e l fteostn

for the 6TH, for white, and SE TEM lection 4, Township 11, Range 23, lOry term were.< boy are..nreparing encampairent.Jrtich SCHEDULE IN E1TECT MAY t, 1882. BER ?TH, for colored teachers, begin- hence running south on the half sec- For foil particulars and term, apply to now every m" oman and eyed ia

r .: has been ordered for the SOUTH. ling at 8 a. m. prompt. ion line, or as near thereto as prac- C. r. UKVEKEUX.anS Falatkna.X ksotgia 1a pay'1d.50 a year Elsr pea.SlO" .

t Uta fulL at St. Augustine. They ac ... I ._ .......... ALEX. STRAUSZ, cable toree-fourihs of a mile, thence f & ntOHoa
tthtend to enter camp one of the best ..t..J'CUUM... t 31 am a SOLv .......... Jy294w Superintendent. In a southerly course to the old road. Do jan kno"r* are pen.
St Aaysadae.. .......... II t a 01 rut Upon motion the reported change was W.MARVIN, D.D.S loner on the U. and they say being
drilled companies in the State, and if .Ar E.hlatka..... ........ t lip t t 10 am.tor iereaed rat of a tc.ead adart
improvement continues at it has in the hl&tlt&.................. t 35 pm t t..aID dopted. I atJ Tor of peaeioaia the
L.l"al&tka.. ..........I t ts .......... Mr. Commissioner Gautier presented GRADUATE DENTAL DETARTMCSTorvxasmr "
pact. Captain McLaury will be the re. L.Eo hJ&tk&: .... ........... I 10 pm .......... G. I. DAVIS & SON the for corduroy through spent ax ldlr>o saw Mr"fIIIiI OQ she
dpieat of many a congratulatory re- At sea tlateo. a >x pm specifications or TETXESSEE.I eld, bet notee camp fo...... .sad

mark. He is deserving. Ar Avurmand.Ds :::: :::::::::: T 733pm.nt ::::::::: bay oad.on The Comp same and Crescent were examined City public and HU1II10TV e The rmr. IA fc sae our) ,,1Iie II to >e- 1

JfOBTH.LvDaytona (!eeenon to O.X. Da n4 ipon motion adopted and ordered filed. eal unjust Ia Bp i afl lap frfct .

- ....... t 14 am, ......... The inquest papers in case of Jim do not operatefally to al .' \
' A. /EYEi OPENER. LT o nnDd. ...... f' 43a. "..-'"...-... ......... JLaJTCTACTCMLM OrPALATKA. layman and Henry King killed at Mr. crisp t the last t}.miss alit 1i
C L.f'aaXateo..... t S3Sam ... .... .......,. Buffalo Bluff were returned by the t1a. chairman loanoed a ***..* wfM 'I
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ArEFalatka ... t toe amt ......... ......... TtllUon,when
Ar rtlatka.... .... S 90am .......... .. .. ... Comptroller, and the Clerk ordered to alter the stat Motherilly
THIS SPACE Lv Palatks.... .... ...... '... til ISi.,. .... lake out the warrants. would < 17.t&1 .
LvEFattt..te10am1laSam: :....._ for :
:
.. .. ,. Marcus Loeb presented petition .. 11.. ,
WILL BE OCCUPIED BT 5t.augaMlne. tloltam 113 85pm Tan lla IIql.-.
nk
t:SsAogaattae.:: tie so am I.......... 41 pm CJDr liquor license for the coming year. It .
.POPULAR IDAHO' aek.tue... tit Mam...... ..,. setpaDsily. pearing in due form under provision KTinCTAL TEETH W GOLD, 8ILVZE. SILVER en.I. It.-A. t Bm
of the it motion V ALUMIUM and RUBBER. here, Josep>z i.e. i
Statute was fining campY
t Dally except Saa4a, upon of CROWN B&1DOE: and GOLD ,
bpdalty
:iJ 1L RAT; Pnol"'K010 Connection At JackaoaTlDe. vfta aB direrliea. *. ranted. rORK.Calorlde. sw. the pro cor of the mise. et rU.

l** .u 1"a1a\ka" with the J., T & It. W. FLA.Correspondence'solidted. Mr. E. C. Post appeared before the of Kt&ytadmlniitered for the painM f.zicaa ea r the corral 4 was :
\ :rEt.L YOAnbvr )- extraction of Teeth. ..
I\-.w.: Board In the interest of a Florida exhibit '
#r Hf-for ticket*,detailed echedule*aad laferatMB Exposition at BACK BnLDDrG.l".u.t.1's..t." ,ruuOAceBoontlt b1mMU shot.di.d. .
: Columbian
at the
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THE tibOD THIXG3 ,ran oatecal ticket ageatiw. Sizes and > ti
ti Chicago, and discussed the matter atngth. U..m.; Ito J p. m.; Ito < ,
.L CEAwpotkD, .J08.zIcBARDsoN,
t .Af.'t TUI3 EESOKT. &.a9 hp"C. Ges.Fa**.Aft.. prlcta sent on application. >>1-3 The matter was afterward p.m. ap23Uf ;. .
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