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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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1 FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1892. '.:'. VOLUME 3-NUOH-- 27.



r, Death ot Dr. 0. L. Renault. 1 I ", EXCURSION, RATES ,'' ,.

Died,at his residence in this city, at Great Removal Sale :! .To. St. Aa* .tlBO ItarUg- tt,. sass...;.., "

A 12:20 Monday morning, Dr. D. L. ** .I tfc. rUrfcU Tr'..p*. .* ; "

Renault, in the sixty-fifth year of his i.> We are advise by)! Joseph Richardson
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age. The deceased was born in the %"-v General Passenger Agent .of

city of Paris, France, in 1828. He entered Great Removal Sale. !r the J., St. A. & II. R Railway, that
in one fare for the round trio to
France, and graduated with distinguished -
, St. Augustine account of
encampment
; ,
honor from that institution

ri a V I Irt when only twenty-on, years of age. Great Removal Sale !t'I State effect military from all at rail that points point,in will Florida be tnt,

Soon after his graduation he came to .
"4 ". A gust 26, 27 and 28. Tickets will,be
the United States and nettled in Phila : rl
,, good returning until midnight September -
delphia, "here.he soon built up a large :: 1st.

practice. After several years of sue.eessful -AT'J.. .. :
/' On Saturday and Sunday, August 27
practice he .left Philadelphia t .
and 28, round trip tickets 'will be sold
and moved to Centralia, Illinois Here
from'Palatka and Jacksonville to St.
he was likewise successful in the practice
Augustine, good to return on any train,
of his chosen profession Leaving McLARTY BROTHERS'McLARTY
Monday at the rate of one dollar for:
Centralla he moved to the city of St. .. *
the round trip. .
Louis, where he found a larger field of BROTHERS'McLARTY ''i.
One fare rate from Palatka will be in
usefulness. His careful training and
effect the entire week August 25th to
.
.
eminent! ability soon placed him wellto "
; BROTHERS' % Slsl, good to return September 1st. d'
Xf /
the front. a practitioner. Failing J < ; :
., 1 Let everybody take advantage of the
.
health of his wife induced him to 1-1 <""t'I. I
low rates offered ,and attend the
encampment .
move to Florida. He settled at Waldo, .
> J : which be the.
promises to
where he built up an elegant home anda '.' "
best ever held in the State.
model orange grove and fruit farm. PePCent.fjft
', A Dividend of 35
In the meantime he continued his pro.feuiun ,3 .A A Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockford. In.,,
with profit to himself and satisfaction writes "From
: personal experience I
:: ,A Dividend' of 35 PerCent.
to the people of that secUon. EL _(! can recommend DeWitt's Sarsaparilla,

He came to Palatka about five feats ; a cure for impure blood and general

ago, and became interested in the L A Dividend of '35.Per Cent. debility. P. F. Peek.

growth and development of the city.A 'W ,,'
; few years ago he purchased the ,r Mr. J. M. Keating of Heating Bros.,

\Vellhouse property at the corner of Louisville,Ky., dealers subscription

Fourth and Lemon streets, transforming Bank has paid Dividend of 35 PER CENT._ books, made THE TIKES a pleasant call1,

the building into an elegant drug while in Palatka Saturday.

store, and making, other valuable Improvements Now if you spend this Money during this Sale ..ni....

soon gave to the place At the residence of the bride's
with us will Save another 35 PER CENT mother
yY Evidence of thrift and enterprise: you .
Rev. Mr. Householder officiating. Dr.;
The Doctor had built up a large and thus getting 70 PER CENT. of your Money.A Chas. W. Marvin and Miss Renault.Dr. .

"ofitable practice, and his death has Marvin is our new dentist. H.,

ted a void that cannot well be pretty.clever thing to do; take our advice.McLARTYBROTHERS'. Is well known here already, and his,

\ by another. hospitality together with hi skill as a
\ last sickness was of short dnra-
workman, has won for him a lucrative
\and the members of his family business.

d |low to realize th4 near approach The bl ide Is one of Palatka's moat

\th.\ The uoh1e'man made many .' I' charming young lidies. <

to communicate with his com- We extend best wishes to the happy
*\by word and pen, but they were .. : .

early Btura, Early Risers, Early Vail. Paralysis had taken hold GREAT. DIVIDEND SALE. pair.We!

Risers,Ufr 11005 little pills for com an tong man and refused to sur- ;J ( '; ... .. '.. "- truly believe De Witt's LUUe
station, sick headache,dyspepsia and ofm hold. His children. \were -;.t L' J .r ae -hI s Early. Risers to be the most natural.

[nervousness;* If'wtGML I Joed to his bed side* and the most effective, most prompt and eco:,

skilled physfc'.an, the devoted husband, : l" nomical pill for biliousness, Indiges *'
cT fy S&k of froccrits tf father ,and, Palatka's worthy -citizen,1 ,J. ; .,REMOVAL. ''-: tion and inactive. liver.. P. F. Peek. *** '
,;
Dr.:D. Renault entered realm LW" ; ,
the
ways up& ui( highest stand, J* 'I't' .. Cards are out announcing the mar-
' preae o{ death. _' riage of Dan Waldron, of Welaka, tMiss -
His remains, in charge f'membersof Cochrane's Book Stojce:
The a Prices Right, at ; Florence Bagley. The cejemony
intents b* : -the f. OhF.'andV. deputation will be performed Sunday the.21st
to the *.: R._ D UW& 1 from the O. L IKVasfollowed to ute Has noted to: 'Lemon Sure, next'door; west of Ack-efl])an.&,"5 wait'drug inst. Dan is one of the best, hearted

'paper. my rfa y oUta, BU and Promotion*. ,, cemetery. at this place, .Where all that store, where we' will be pleased to have our friends come andseeW.,We have. young men in the county, and wilt
Jntpj *
was mortal of this worthy citizen was ** ... husband.
make1 a The }
the good ado
V taint iLMcLaury, of Gear, *" 4' a new line of a young
CiiAuani EM made the following gently laid W rest. is very popular. and Dan may feel'complimented

apporm aD plomot1onl;* ,*. ,* ..It The sincere sympathy of our citizens'is Books andFine Stationery winning her hand. We
Died Bp extended to the bereaved family* extend congratulations;
on, Donald Gillis, from ,.
ay ,... .1. .. ?, IS .
of last rat f>1,} cfooral bCJl. WiggJ If dull, snintlsss and stupid; if your '. ,., A bCl granting for service N
pensions
_, WUICIL ABE, GOL"'iG AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW .
BecoBdveorporalfcby FIOCBES.f ,
daghtae, from !thiH apott blood is thick and sluggish; if your ap- i in the Florida Indian wars, up to,anJ.

The f pomtmenUT.' P. House, third corporal petite is capricious and uncertain, yon 8 se'.Ball'and'Cr 'quet Goods,, Fishing., Tackle, including 1842, passed both lfouses of
urdT a Jews L Burtz fourth corporal.d .
.
; ,
,
need a Sarsaparilla For best results '
Confess few weeks and is
a
take De Yitt's. P. F. Peek. ; : Sporting Goods, Etc. 'Way Down.. ago now
:0t
1:: W'1 ,Chattanooga, iso a a 1f.. Of course some of our old inhabitants -

Intown. Rfpans Tabules have come to stay. I are Interested in this matter*
-- : &
at, Mas Majte J Hazel, of Pears, left .S AN OM"'WETMORE! CO. Capt.'B ER. McKean, one of Palatka'

yesterday fy Fdge0sld County, Souffi Ajful line of Staple and Fancy Groceries --- -._.- .-- .-_. ---.-.- -- well known; "citizen, who is now in

rsI.hoof C&roiiaa, wi alsy, visU .relatives at lowest prices, at Grainger's.Call They Have a Bonanza. It U. Bad JTmyi Washington City, will furnish any information

G to Saran and examine goods and get prices It seems the owners of Dr. Drum-' Every effort made to place Palatka on this Important subject

and le convinced. Also Grain desired. He Is well qualified front
N&lICU. Hay, mond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism la company with the prosperous townsof ,
... and Feed. past experience, to attend to all husWii
v
the South Atlantic coast should
have a Bonanza.a3 their remedyhas receive -
= Rue IIt, active young ness entrusted to him. ,, r
1,. Dot af .id.of woK. Address ort We are indebted to our friend, Thos. never Gown to fail in a single the substantial support of every

Cn.u. EUl"f Bt'SCB, Restauau19.2 W. Ralph, of Hollister, for some Very case. There il certainly room in the pu&lic- pirited citizen. Enjoying as Our City Fathers met In regular seasion -*
fine LeConte pears-in fact the finestwe she does, an inland situation of roman-
do
t : market for a medicine that will Wednesday night. Besides at-*
lLANOKGROVI roB SALE.-- have seen this season. Thanks, tic loveliness, yet near enough to hear
SOt what they claim for this wonderful tending to routine business, leui'll'bills
r ilea trtMtpalaO*, containing Brother Ralph. The 'devil' says do it and feel the pulsation of the ocean's
of land,few**; 300 Orange preparation. Although the price Is $5 I were ordered paid the mower
'100 of'ihiclf, old bearing again. per bottle If it does one half claimed heaving tide; standing peacefully upon ordered out to work at once, and an

= ;Alao, lllach )llam and other for it the price ehould be $100. If the the western shore ef a river whose extra man to work the streets. The
Good b e'11I1 water near Capitola Cook Stoves; bake sacred in
; name history repeatsthe
druggist has not got it, the remedy will job printing was awarded to McKenzSetABurtz.

Statlon.lPrice II M.. D.11TON.1000.. Pa.1atka, better, last longer* and give be sent to any address by prepaid ex- struggles and triumphs of thegreat .
Southland. Overhung by day
i aul&BEACTlFUL> press on receipt of price. Drummond
I better satisfaction than any Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden Lane, New and by night by skies that are forever Captain B. F. McGraw, of Buffalo?

t: 11t' Tip York. Agents wanted. whispering of the better land above. Bluff, was In the city Wednesday!'
t 11 LILY- For sale other make at ." .
e Such a town should become ihe- resting

r e ro fo dtIIr Jlidless; seeds W.three E. R. DUNN'S.FOB Big Bargains in Groceries of all place of abiding pleasure, and the ism 0. lato Camp.

i o;''' j,1tft J. kinds, at Grainger's. home of extensive wealth. Captain McLaury has received the.

1 LY. en mproyedG CLERK OF THE C3BCUTT COURT.I A. E.o.d7't.r ...*.. BUM. Yet, strange to say, this place of unsurpassed following order:

rt r. &. GILLIS. loveliness, with a population STATE or FLORIDA
Our subscribers are indebted to Mr.S.'I. ,
i, hereby announce myself a candidatefor into several thousand has ExxcrrrvK UEPABTXEXT
expanding ,l
.Wells of San Mateo for this Tal-
re-election for the office,of Clerk ofthe not had until recently organized band TALLAHASSEE, August 10.
e Is always cable,yet simple receipt for bites from
Ao d Circuit Court. Very respectfully, rattlesnake corps; but we are glad that this want Commanders of battalions and com-*?
ro2l FBASK WBIQHT.&UHMEB the venomous :
is now suppled. of Florida State will hold:
Mr. Wells stated to a TIMES man recently panics Troops *
: Hon'eshcusf BCHXOT7XJCS.' *The beautiful "band stand near the their commands In readiness to into
; hree 8 that a number of years ago hiswife's go
) be foot of Lemon street was erected by of Instruction at St. Augustine..,
mother was bitten by an enormous camp
Attention is called to the new adver-
; .e can the band The has not
$ great-M corps. public Florida, on the 25th Inst. .
rattler from which she sufferedintensely
tisement of the East Tenn. Va. & Ga. ,
C. F. D iL&AL yet been asked to contribute one cent. The transportation have,.
Railway System,showing correct schedules having spasms consecutively. companies
From this stand Saturday evenIng -
every offered to the
via their various routes., THE Three physicians cave her up to die, generously transport
srlET.-- ,comes music's enchanting strains. free of charge therefore com
Texas commends favorably Mr. J. M. but as a last resort he was induced to troops ,
for F"iretsETe17tlung The merchant and his clerk the manager
commanders will see that the baggage
her alnm pill suggested by an pany -
8r give an ,
Jolly District Passenger Agent of the
of works and his sit by the
men, of their men Is limited to such aa
old resident. The wound which had
all : Jacksonville the ,
to
to p System, traveling
and while
familiar
in
wayside groups, can be packed In their blanket bags
public. If they cannot get information swollen to an enormous size, was also
musical sounds break their tired
over and knapsacks.or other convenient Ieceptacles -
with pulverized alum the
every and tickets desired from neatest poulticed ;
Bros. coupon of their
orf spirit they lose the memory of siiiOar me where -
Fresh swelling went down, the spasms ceased companies
ticket Mr. will
he Jolly answer
agent
,
etc sorrows and all forget that they were
therewith.
mh21-tl have no .been supplied
and the recovered. Fourteen
is t rye every letter of inquiry in detail and patient born to die.
send parties maps, complete IChedules, years afterward she passed away, but On this flood-tide of happy feeling, I Trunks and cots:for enlisted men are

ate CIOSIVEIYo'iua etc. He recommends, however, that from some other cause. suggest that the band bat be sent strictly! prohibited. Hay or straw:-wOL..
through tickets be purchased from be provided for beddmar. Camp equipage ..
About five years ago a dog belongingto around among the people.
*"
.wQ.aro.r majority starting point cases when much practicable money is as saved In a Mr. Wells was bitten in two places, LET THE BAXD PLAT. will be restricted to the mlnimnnt-

; w,8rf by doing so. The local agents are which resulted in great swelling. He It is a fixed and immutable law that required. Commissary supplier other

w therefore the best ones to see first administered alum, and to-day this is to have good, sound health one must than actually required during:the trip

EEooras, 2SJ about tickets, etc. the finest,h*. lUu!at dog; in that section have pure, rich and abundant blood. can be obtained at St. Augustine. >
Putnam of There shorter surer route Commanders will so order the time
site The "Don't" Cigar made of pure country. is no nor

to Residence in tobacco, and Is not'doctored"with artificial This Is a cheap and simple remedy, than alf11a.by a course" of De Witt's Sarsa- of reach leaving St. Augustine their headquarters not later than as retreat tot-

and always ready for use, and we advise
k probably injurious flavor. on the !bth Inst.
1 in Charge.aca Hatchett sells them at S3S per 1UQO. our friends to carry a small piece of The schooner Xlmrod, Captain Fitz- ,By order of the Governor and Com-

}fLL Ros. E alum in their pocket when ramblingthrough hugh, is in port. She is consigned to mander-in-Chfaf. D. LASO,

ap15ut .Ripans Tabules banish pain. '?? ...the. woods. W. A.Merrjday. ,Adjutant* .General.. ,State of Florida.

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'" ; .jLAL (bajv. and *jsWn ilk. sklrmUa f*_tAsby ..... A$.rae if *' r Zoersrs.e s .,. ......
rDe' 1'f' tools psMfcrys on the shoulder.httUnghSglyJsald .
ou Excursion rates of laai
r' one "
Inoerden!- d betel .. earDes\41oDI! r : "My lad. they. :;1"h

encawilie .L .. *,.. silm- not make me a general"5 this for the,round trip has bee -)':

"I see from some papers that these unless they make you a twptain.** viatheET.

men belong to an Ohio regiment which lows:

I had supposed to be with the command CHAPTER mA To

In,my front. ;,Evidently the ir*qule1j | ; CLAJfCX BACKWASH Texan ,Iinr
After; John's departure front
detaching reinforcements their
the Gregory family settled down to the
feOple.t..Wes'VIrginI&:; Now 'e0111d!
usual humdrum of plantation life.
r not make a dash with
yon -
your regiment
Lanvale, crippled by his wound rmained .-
and cut off these people/mad thus ;
inmate of the house for .u
discooraWthem.from enlargag>he an
'- .' expertmentt" 'I weeks and being:on his good behavior

The black-bearded I succeeded In completely captivatii:
cavalryman's
eyes Janet. A few weeks after his recovery

sparkled.":I onl f:Walt your command, he rode up to the house one day and
genera .
made a formal requeaof the colon e1
--- --- ,.< .. and- sat eager" for the fray1. ** for his daughter's hand. The CO..De1had
The general looked at him sadly, it
as
been his wife.whc.was
prepared by
be saw the untimely ending of the
CEULFTER XXX. net wake nail Dean so nauiv mtai sa heroic life but said cognizant of the situation and they
nothing. After
I A WAX 0CX9SR.la him. Be could see that all was constei few moments' thought .if his a had long and anxiously conferred upon
as mind
tea minute John reported at heuguarters the matter. either CoL nor Mr.
nation in ajnom'eot, ,Without ftopptng .wiz made. -Gen Lee writes
op IDe'
saluted and waited izutraiclona to lose valuable time he mounted and that I can retain this courier for \hePreMD' Gregory; fully trusted Lanvale but

rode rapidly down the hill calculating as he would their daughter's happiness seemed
* These dispatches are to go to Gen. as he went that he had one mile start; in safety the probably not return bound up in him; they knew nothing

Jacloon.who is now somewhere In the .the relief guard would send back to country becoming about him of a positive character except : -
more dangerous daily. You will take
lower valley. It U a very dangerous camp and a strong party would pursue, him as guide and start with the dawn his passionate temper. They were
:jjourney and your 111*wW be In your : not mercenary; people and cared little
I reckon the distance at mUM
2iand; It will require both eouraff aohrewdnesh. fifty-five ; for his financial standing: The resultof

If you are successful I will /, by forced marching you might strike their conference had been a reluctant
)\ them about dark the second
'see that yon are rewarded but If you day as they conclusion to throw no obstacles In the
t. are not likely to more until the weather
hesitation about it I will find g
(hare any way. 11 11e
clean Hope that yon will be-able to
menu l\\ The colonel met the young man pleasantly
"
John give them a genuine surprise.
had listened respectfully and a'jtentively had a long and friendly talk
,Ashby went out joyfully to give the with him and from him
-he replied: "I hare no Dear got a promise
; necessary orders and in a few minute
relatives, general; my life la of but Ut- that h* would make his home with

tie value to me or anyone lse, and to +If( t r all was bustle ___ them,.which promise Lanvale was in away

frisk or low It for my country U all it 1 fa Ls jcnAP'rEExv. reluctant to make as he quickly

now good for. I do not fight for reward. > A KIGST ATTACK. saw the solid advantage to accrue to

and will be fully repaid with your aiproraL" At dawn of the next morning the< him from the arrangement There being -

'k ''i no apparent reason for delay the
ypf column moved. The weather was still
"Spoken like a soldier but my lad. f gloomy in the extreme but the eayalrT- marriage took place in two months.

you must not under-vain life. It fa the men wart already.beginning to be veterans The young couple took a wedding trip

gift of God, and U not to be lightly ; and cared very little for the eU down to Galveston and the coast.

thrown away and In this emergency; menu little spending: a month or ao, and during the
provided they got a gloryaloes
Janet received several shocks but
00IU1r7.X ." in her then state of infatuation and
your they said was "Old Jaek'fnorite
blind fondness the impressions quickly
will do my beet, general.In a i amusement, and told each other stories

few minutes John, with the dispatch aOOubO..be awake faded away.
lay at night planning
settled down the .
-C They on plantatioiLanvale ,
towed In Inalde pocket
safely away an long marches to head the Yankeei
of Ma coat, equipped with three day off ostensibly devoting himself this ETi-1di
wltJ.ouId11lng anybody.
rations for himself and a small sack ograin profession In the town to which he
John rode at the head of the column,
rode but in devoting his
hi hone started the daily, reality
for on perilous "rIllds rr.is., alert and keen eyed. At nightfall the, time to gambling drinking and politics.In .

Shortly expedition.after starting the cold rafa but that by the time the pursuers eoufc bivouacked on the roadside having a month every; negro on the place -

to fall but the f aUhfubeast get to the point.where the skirmish had madesome thirty-five miles. hated and feared him for his brutality; TIS
began steadily .
forward at and taken place he would have five 'm&e The next.day. John, one of the captains and tyranny. And It was not a very;
went a rapid pace,
fall had tart and three privates rode, ahead of long time before Janet knew that sh
covered
by night twenty-fly '
the column a couple of miles, as an ad.vane -
mile of the journey. When it grew too : E. Lode"rapidly and steadHy determined was tied for life to exceedingly com-

Oarkto see, he turned aside, found a not to_ give, up the captures guard and scouting party combl..d. mon lump of clay. His fiDe appearance

Belim handful horses, which war good ones, except aa They saw ,nothing to disturb and showy qualities hid a nature thor
t.erlngroek. gave a
last resort He neither bean them and by four o'clock had arrived and brutal.
and ate bit himself had Selin saw nor oughly coarse overbearing
train, a '
at the kin>rber olm had first stopped
:to lie down under t.ha shelterof the rock anything unusual, as he ins traveling Like most women she undertook t

Ka trick he bad taught him IA happier I through a thinly settled mountain conn after the skirmish. Leaving the three make the best of a bad matter an<

idays).Ly down beside him and fell infc I try until about noon. E* rod up to clung to him with a devotion won.hJa o

sound sleep. lie was awake by four the summit a mountain of considerable better cause.

ft/clock fed and watered his horse amstarted height,which had ,cost the honesan In the spring Texas passed the i

( forward again. The rain wee hour of hard ton to surmount, when sion ordinance, war broke out ail

till falling in a fitful way and the air be stopped for'another Rml7Bit.he everything was excitement Cot Ore}

(was chilling In the extreme but the aid of his glass he made out. a strong cry; notwithstanding the earnest

(fotmg man absorbed In his thought party which had stopped in front of a monstrances of his family scoop

the lIe mountaineer's hut some four or fin r colonel's commission, Lanvale bees .
almost forgot wa.rrlDge1ementa. eu
had ridden forward an hour or more, miles to the west. rightly judging thai a captain in the same regiment ZS

&ndhe somber light of a sullen day they had stopped for Information, and t. Henry Gregory; a lieutenant In ,

the bills wo.a14let.mt.ha.t he was ahead. Ill val'a company. The regiment was e
was creeping over rugged a&a
coolly sat down ate a sparing 'lunch Sered to Virginia but did not see mf
rod' to the top of along bill aDdpauedforamomeDtJoo REGULATE TI e
gave the horses a bite, refreshed Urnself active service during the campaign ol3L .
down
a long :
STOMACH DYER .
and the animals ANIMpWELS,
from a tparklbtgspring .
his
and narrow valley la treat AJ ,35 :
I iooMfoith In tM winter of 1861 the two lonely S
he stopped the shrill blast of a morning nearby, changed over PURIFY THE BhftpD..
bugle-call resounded through the captured animals, to rest his ownfaithful women were gladdened by the arrival S A KLUIIC KCMCniM

and rolled the hills and luOaew hone and made a final start, of a little girl and In the joys of young S Lt>..wu...am..cit.ort. lightest,i ii
Valley
up saying to the hones as If they Wen Brotherhood Janet found much allevia : set' .Dy *.....m..i. we been built i
that In front was an armed force.Ha ........ ... irs has sta.raitable .
Jramanf "Now,boyVso mote stbpauir lion from the sorrows arising from thftrwtdful < C. etalq ,
: knew tfeat It..ad be s> hostiliore fratricidal e ........ Dw.A,eel all .r for ah
tH we see O.o.J.eboatibe.dgnarten. war.
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At b.1U&'h'Den"morning, this In the spring of 1 1864 the mother aDd for illustrated
The valley was a mere gulch sow.r
f open after with the IhiZ wowS tion of our wl
.
correspondence
land but the on road following along a gallant soldier rods, p to the picket laughter i iron felines
outsid of O n. Jackson's lines, and absent soldiers decided to pay a visit to ,
.wollea mountain brook. The hale wens Me..dNeaie.e.ta Alder.e wheel In the
covered with a dense timber growth when challenged replied: Courier from Virginia as their soldiers could MXrisit \ THE RIPANS CHIN i; A tr.

and looked to skirt the Gen. Lee with dispatches for Gen. Jack- them; ao May of that year found S >,wince enuat Jaw S We build all L

in the valley Impossible Xotbn* was to U eaa.:" ..cu 'Dona AT TO EUD oe TIm oat.cl them comfortably domiciled in Richmond ......................,,&. ...j pumping mills,j
camp c plies of all UM
miles'sine his last and receiving occasional brief
1.lead
eom ftfty
wasted and he at oooe died to attempt kind
halt all th risita from the men of the family. a specialtfan
riding night over roughest
to steal &I'OD.D4he camp. Turning -: soldiers there with the horses and Instructions teed.

to the right be plunged tat &. loads In Christendom, a fl dismal cold' to halt the column John and (TO .. OOJTUCZDJBucklen's MerryclJ Will give fs
When e.oorted
thicket! when be ttaaouats tad rain falling steadily. up the captain went forward afoot, pro- sale prices wL

(throwing his reins over the pommel AHhe to headquarters he had to be lifted from eeediag with great. caution. They dissevered Arnica Salt*. Send for oar j

saddle struck out afoot with the *UWddl \ lad would hire falla"bui the pickets at the spot where The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, & Catalogue and \

fears Ilk dog and Jar ready hands 'skirmish had taken and also Ulcers Salt 1jne
following a stepping the : place, Bruises, Sores, Rheum,
h n .. led ,
The
theywere a"lia7
poor Address an
oU After two hours ofahansting five <
a lightly as a hat there were now men on duty. Fever bores Tetter Chapped Hand
,
to b cared for from utterTi'
staggered
toil he earn into the road the of the whole
This point
} was pivotal
a Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup JACKSONVILLltU.I STEARNSmh25tf
two miles below UM eatsaa4 v iM. This "must b
captured
tome autp picket *
general seeing John's conditionledihe .ions,and positively cures Piles, or no ,
outside he of the and without noise. -
as supposed, picket at all hazards
He had ridden perhaps three hundred orderly to jiTi lJmpm'cup The two men, after discovering the pay required. It la guaranteed to give
of strong, hot .coffee from the supply Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded; Violins JIjos
yards, when turning: around a sharp for the breakfast situation walked rapidly back to where price 25 cents per box. For sale by EE
making headquarters
spur of the hills, he came onto a picket the column was halted and reported the
.
lIe down the but l jOWKY & HULSE.COSSUJll"TIOK
gulped scalding reviving
post of two federal soldiers, within acts. STRINGS SHEEHSrC.&CAll PLRan
twenty feet of him who detected him drink and rising to salute, After conference with the colonel ALL that
.handed the general his dispatches who : CUBED. pntated by the
as quickly as he saw them and coo- iras agreed that the captain and John Cu.1
demand took them and ordered the young man I An old physician, retired from prac I.Exnutonbattn
fronted him with the sharp : should each take ten men. dismounted Prices for terms td

MWho goes there,.. oS to rat one squad to work around the hills and I ice, having had placed in hu hands by suit Pnaeeat debts then a06TG

',*. CHAPTXB %In.1tTV1rM CHAPTER XIV get between the picket and the i an East India missionary the formula 0c93mc .e ter"lade

or waa I I| *oii>nanra irm A>nv.Jota ramp, the other to come up in front, of a similar vegetable remedy for the ere.
; and,when John's squad came around the ll3mberl 'Il b n
ate his breakfast threw himself
John was ODe of those men whomtJ1. speedy and permanent cure of Consumption OiB Mar h2SlA'
from the direction of the campthe '
brilliant had down on a rude couch and slept until comer .
oat being or showy an
other to show themselves, Bronchitis,Catarrh Asthma A certain cure for Sore
squad were
activity of body and steadiness of mind I{I three o'clock. Th general though Eye
which often stood In good stead of more I anxious to talk with him would not allow aDd it. was thought, finding: themselves and all Throat and Lung Affections, Tetter, Salt Rheum Head, 014

showy qU&l1tJlu the present emergency I his sleep to be broken but left Instructions to,; outnumbered the picket would surrender I also a positive and radical cure for N u- Chronic Sores, Fey O

to'ln him his dinner when without fighting.The and all Nervous Com Itch Prairie Sen
,
h* grasped in a moment the desperation I ons Debility re Nipple,

of his affairs and promptly he awoke, and 'send him to headquar plan worked startled beautifully.eleven well-The I I I plaints after having tested its wonderful and Files. It U coo sootldag,
picket were by
recognized that his only chance was In ters.: curative In thousands of Hundreds of cases hIt by
armed confederates appearing between powers
About. half three be reported to had
utter recldessnefls.' -past after all other COarm
answered the challenge with the th* general, nothing the won for his hem and the camp as if they had com I.cues, has felt it his duty to make it Uh in 25 an had tee

usual word tremendous journey."I rat of the bowels of the earth, and de- known to his suffering fellows. Aonated put up boze<

-A friend.- and as he uttered It let see, young man, that these dispatches mending Instant surrenderand the next I by this motive and a desire to

his hand fall to his belt where hidden are dated boon of the 21st; this moment a like number made a like de- reline human suffering, I will send R.W.&WATORNE VIS
b the SSc1. At what hour did lease nand from the other side. ,
under his great coat was a trusty revolver. you
Gen. Lee's ?" Th soldiers on duty were good men free of charge, to all who desire it,,
.
friend About two camp o'clock }.'* rat four to'one'was too much odds and this recipe, in German French or Eng- TCAW DRUs
"Advance and give the countersign genera
full directions for
they surrendered at discretion flab, with preparing
"What is Hamer"John *
was the next sharp demand. your and Sent mail by addressing ickman-KsnntrlY Lemon
The regiment then moved up to that using. by 8gM,
By this time his hand was on his revolver. TlewBon, company B. -the Is is.4wrtat.e
this
point and set a trap which resulted In with stamp, naming 'paper. Pata ay
Drawing and cocking it was Virginia cavalry. NOTES 820 Powers Block
A.
.
the capture of the relief guard a little ,
j}the work of a moment. Striking spurs Virginia bornrAlabama. Borkesttr, N. Y.
to his horse, he took quick aim at one iir." later.They'. iE.U LL
clear road to
of the federal and as he fired "Well Private Tiewson. you ara a now had a camp. Merit Wins.. .

shouting "there it Is,* his hone rood rider few men could have mad Ad it was dark. Removing all surplus We desire to say to our citizens, that La f.,ter.Ue.er'OLD'

bounded forward. The soldier at whom the trip In the time. By the way boW equipage,and riding slowly and quietly for yean we have been selling Dr uOrnc .Rg

he fired fell heavily from his horse,shot did you Come in possession of two extra ID half an hour they were within which on wing's New Discovery for Coosump- er can furs

through ,the head. The second soldier horses, with,federal equipments hundred yards of the camp was Lion,.Dr.King's New Life Pills, Buck.en's -Hceood a Coest

had fired almost simultaneously with Spoils of war. general; little skirmish snugly situated on a little field of some fires Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, PAtlSEAIUtf RIDA. A

John but the suddenness of Joan's on the road and her are soma twenty acres with great camp and have never bandied remedies that

movements disconcerted his aim and I tapers[ I took from the owners of the burning brightly In open spaces in frontof sell as well, or that have given such II

the ball erased the young man's tem horses..- the tent njversal satisfaction. We do net beat '

ple. Before he could fir again John NLtT lg'or deadr Th colonel made his final disposi- ate to guarantee them every time,andre : EVAlt'; I 1cseat
Sons.'and gav*Instructions to take as stand to refund the
"One MtnTM
ready
dead one purchase i*>!
was alongside of him and In that
of hot even "Ahl I see;" and, turning to a soldier many alive u possible, had the bugler price if satisfactory results do not follow 'I
jnoment conflict reluctant to
take life instead of shooting the soldier ly-looking man near by h* said In an blow a charge and went thunderingown thetr use. These remedies have Hay G Feed

undertone: upon the camp.La won their great popularity purely: on ,
he
brought him a sweeping blow -A gallant.soldier CoL Ashby.; ** all the annals of war. there was their ments. For sale by Lowry Ii ,
over the head with his pistol which eat iuaJ-*
surprise '
"Indeed he Is." responded the lion perhaps never a more complete Hulse,Druggists. Flour, Orit.eeiI
neat him reeling and senseless: to the .... good as it saved OwOJtloo.
which in one way and yescud
hearted Virginian, 'and I would Ifita
grouad. the best kind to him. useless waste of life And Co
To catch the two hone and knot John caught this capture conversation and Th federals hardly made a pretenseof IX CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL 1 i.FlICE .' WIA
tbolr bridles to his and rifle the
own to and In ten minutes all was
of the Hushed with pleasure.The rallying CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, A OCBE
pockets dead and Insensible soldrs 0 FOOZ
read the ver. 0y
far valuable was the workof general papers hastily about PUTNAM COUNTY.C. Dramsa same
papers federal side only ten
On the ton.
and knitted his brow. Turning John ,. 6ceam.TermsGail. .
but a few moments, when he real wounded
tdlled.aome thirty or more .
ta said "I will need you aplDIhor1lT. were
<+uDted and pushed rapidly forward. In the meanwhile shall at once reconvnendyoufor aM something like five hundredrisonera. H. GOchrist 1 PUintlff. anteed. Prices C.

Ruling forwani a mile he came to a The confederates lost one no I Attachment.
to Uenten T. JackMo. )
promotion a Defendant.
'!nmatxliag position where he could wounded.
incy." maD killed and five The defendant r.E. Jackson,sad an person EE
fcee Uu- road be hail just traveled. Disci : The colonel with his usual Impetus hereby t qa' mfnbr and
Indeed I not
general am seeking : tJ1'
'.'...? be pout a small pocket before most mac in UM rush, plead to filed cause for W
tried to
Ity
.
be tiled betare
promotion. tbeftiD\ oe or the FIRST MONDAY TED
glaM and took a careful survey of the "I presume not,men of your stamp do but John clung to him like a chestnut OF StPTEHBER 1J92; and they are
back track lie could plainly see with hereby notified of the Ifittitation of this nit bytucament.

the aid of his glass the two bodies lying not seek It.; ie times like these it naturally feadant bI.been and auto Mt16fJ of 1M laid chin de- Pianos Organs h

In the road and wl3 gazing at them comes to them. .f' "h.. of the plalatix.this muse .

,the relief guard came around the cor" John returned to quarters awaiting: Ga.us.I'I&IaUa-1 C.IT. OQJCHBIST.Orun Attoraevt.e law .

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Talnai.at
COUN ri OFFICERS t ct.., 5tmacA, Bowels, Xitneys
.
1 P.ad1Ik
mal Blood.
Judge Criminal Court of Record-imng Dr. Mozley't Lemon Elixir is a pleas*

County GW1I County, >q.Solicitor-Joseph H.Spafforf. : p ant lemon druid that poaiiively cures

Oerk-J.N. BlackweO rt : all BQliousnesa Constipation, Indigestion
r ".olumns 'of Judge Countr,Court-Joseph E.Baldwin,Esq. : ; all Sick and Nervous Head-
aches. Kidney Disease Dizziness Loss-
County Commissioners -T.'C. Boiler, Chairman ,
uy...qxFyT the 'pro'delicious ; T. N. Gautler L. Morgan, H. 8. Minion 3I r of Appetite Fevers Chills Palpitation

of W. R. Bowen. The Board seen the first I 'tI Lo of Heart, and all other diseases caused

on Tuesday each _tb. by disordered liver, stomach and kidneys
mj bearing Clerk Circuit Court-Frank Wright. ,the first great cause of all fatal

Id,'that *t lend for Sheriff-James H. Shelley. f leases. 50 cents and SI per bottle:

I isula coonties of this County Collector-Frank H. Blanchard. I Sold by druffsists. Prepared only by

II raD La caches are a grand suc- County Treasurer-B. L LiUenthaL. IL Motley, M. D., Atlanta Ga.
W.M.WU laeis. > "
Assessor-
i; cess fcere_ despite.the almost total failures County Supervisor of Reglstration H. Merryday. Lemon Hot Droos.

Strangers-people unacquaintedwith BOARD OF PUBLIC LXSTRUCTIOS. % For coughs and. colds, take Lemon

the peach needs-often wonder at F. D. Ackerman ChairmanJohn H. Harp lot Drops.
,
1I For ore throat and Bronchitis, take
the attempts to succeed in the face of John P. WalL Alex. Stnnw Secretary. Hat Drops.For .

their many failures and gjo right along Superintendent Board of Public In.imctlon pneumonia and Laryngitis, take

In the old rut,viz: blaming the; coun A. Strauss. CITY OFf CERS.r Lemon Hot Drops.

try, their luck,talk failures and quit the J'OI'M&rt1a, Griffin,Jr. For Consumption and Catarrh, take
Aldermen-Win.R. IWitt. President's. J. Lemon Hot Drops.
attempt to succeed at one trial Ever Kennerly, Wm. here G. W.Bassett A. L'slna, _-.rt For Hemorrhage and all tltroatand

thing thus far gives light to a few of r*. A. Pratt., Joseph R. Du.u. Samuel Lyon, [ have determined to announce to friends and customers an OPPOR- lung diseases,take Lemon Hot Drops.An .
the needs to succeed. First, 'we will Robert J Riles A. T. tapes L L. J"'I1rcclI.1." 8. ray elegant and reliable preparation.

take the mott suitable.so.il to. grow successfully. LaRoche George Foster. TUNITY purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected from my large 25 cents;at druggists. Prepared only

City Clerk Assessor-Joseph Price. and varied stock, and cut to measurement at prices never before attempted by by Dr. II. Morley, Atlanta, Ua.
well
Red or sandy loam, '
,
Collector-M.W. Stewart any first-class Merchant Tailor in the South. Having determined to greatly
drained is the best: Hammock lands E.J.Adams.
produce Treasurer-
abundantly giving wood and foliage Chief of Police-John. W.Hagan. Increase my business this fall, I have concluded to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION C. A. Snow Co.'* pamphlet: "In-

Yet Chief Fire Department-Gej.E.Gay. OF :TWENTY PER CENT on hll Goods in mr,,line. Such anopponuDtl formation and Adnce about Patents,
over the red or sandy toil. ,
BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. may never occur again. CCME AND BE CONVINCED.
'
the peach rank with the plum, the tomato )UJllN1C.L CareatsTrademarksCopTrights"etc.,

the grape on the line that in -Meets may be obtained free at this offlc
: Palatka Lodge No. 34. F. A A. H. W. I L4ICrLER:
order to secure perfection in appearance i Second and Fourth Monday "htlla the month ,

keeping, shipping, and..the most a& 130-o'clock.. .N..7.'TII.OHMAN.W.)L"
LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. Corrner Lemon and Third Streets JttEPH E. tlMDWIN
t renumerative to producer, wants 'and i )[. I.COD: Secretary. ,

r requires that reflection from the ground i Putnam Chapter No.t, R.A. O-Meeta Second ." PALATKA FLATc.GED.U.A.N'S'.

r that the light soil alone can supply. and Fourth Monday Nights. #
J. HAYES, H.P.1C. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Therefore in view of. ,this,.we should C. .
I .LOEB, Secretary.L .
only accept the requirements necessary, : ,
my'tholc of the two preferred, wouldbe O. O. F. PALATKA, FLORIDA. >
s
Pioneer Lodge If 0.23, L 0.O.F.-)(eetl every JIll'-tf
the'red loam.' .New lands the ,
t are Tuesday Night.' JOSEPH PRICE:,N.G.R. .
best- lands that has been well cultivated -' .C. BREVARD, Secretary.

for one or two years, so as to be St. Johns Encampment I. O. O. FMeets PALATKA MARKETS.
C COlldIUOllPod8Fs & Salt
sweet to setting. I think for setting SicrRmnedy
pnor every Second and Fourth Friday Nights. O..rlfl-Who.......
distance 20x20 feet clue
enough. JOSEPH PRICE C.P. Corrected Weekly by Gay Broa Comer Kirby
This would give 108 trees to each W.H.SPECK Scribe.KNiaHTs"oF. and Klrkland streets.1Standard

acre. Granulated Sugar.................. 4**
In the second place, I will take the HONOR. Sots MA"Sugar '. 4<.
varieties that succeed best with us Harmony Lodge No, 1767-Meets Tint and FOR HORSES CATTLE AND POULTRY. : Extra"
[ here. We find that the Oriental predominates -Third Wednesday of the month. riour Wheat,J'lnU'ateDtIWedenl8pr... .... .. .$&2StotHn >
as the best kind for profit WALTER THOMAS, Dictator.J. .or,Second Patents do do 4JO to 6.13
..eata-W uteI'D Bellies
J Dry-Salted ,
and equal production. While many of .B. DONNELLY Reporter. In BOO pound boxes ... 1%10 5%
the native kinds and their decendentsdo Western BelUee.

fA'rly well yet there is not id them K. IOF P.8t. Sal."t Sl.ok.: Smoked 250 pound Meats boxes-Fancy.brands New T% to

t that adaptability that marks the Peento .Johns Lodge,No.8, K.of P.-Meets every York City Hams...
and it seedUngs. For a limited Thursday Night D. STEWART.C.C. do Western llama.:........ rt.ci/
variety
e HMAIT8 CONDITION POWDERS Is do Shoulders.............- a toy
I would mention Yum-Yum: the H.DKMOXTMOLLIX,K.R. 8.Uniform + the only Remedy that will cure the Cattle Trouble do Please Hams.. S to to
Maggie, the Waldo the Honey and in the South known among the herdsmen as"Salt Cheese, Fanql'uU lreaw(LL State) IS to
Rank K.of P, No.4-Meets for drill
100'I t Jrckson's Prolific. The first named I Sick." The Disease is first noticed by the anl. Bu'ter. Fancy Eastern Creamery...... Zl to 23gyrnp
every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights, at mal fusing to eat. and prefers dead stubble to -Florida,per gal .. to
.. .::.:::::::::: :
unhesitatingly pronounce it isthe finest Armory. R.J. RILE Captain. green grass. It soon becomes dull and stupid Vew Orleans Molasses to ft
on record in that it ripens before and the coat assumes a rough appearance,and finally Rice-good 4 to 6%
L. A. SMITH Recorder.
r the animal actually starves to death. As an ap- Rice, Carotins Choice:::: P to .
with the Peenlo productions and and to give an animal a fine glossy coat, 3 to S..*
e quality combined with peiJection, it IRON HALL. Itlur. has no equal. The manufacturer backers-' Vandenreer & Holmes'
Meets First ::one thousand dollars to any manufacturerof Standard XXX....Soda. R
in latter of in Branch No. :02.Order Iron HaH- o
comes April Maggie
part Condition Powders who can produce. many Lemon Crackers........ T
1 May, Waldo in June, Honey in July, and Third Friday NIehtt.HENRY MERWIY.Chief I. unsolicited testimonials showing the merits of Ginger Snaps. 7
Condensed Mick-E.gh T-BOto....
Prolific late In
August. Giving to us a Us medicine: as he can furnish.Don't Champion........ "1)to ....
M. W. STEWART
wbole season of health and prosperity.For Aoct. do do BeU Drand......... 'J50t ....
market only I would select the first G.A.L bore that cow's horns, but cure her with one package of Tiighman'sCondition Ilghlann: BraDd..ma1Iwu.s to ....
Powders. Monroe Brandsmall lots.. ....... too to ...
two named M being the very best. G. A. IL-Veteran Poet, No. 12-Meets every do do Anglo: 8wlB.,12 a. SJSO to ....
I Will mention for the third place on Price 25c. per Package. By mail, 35c. New York Milk rosia ox.ac .... J.TJto...
First Tuesday of each month at 1 o'clock p.m. fanned Goods-Calif. Apricots;Sib.: UOto ...:
dn itiii tid \7ille.tda
d.d IInbject. ILjya\iQI P.T. L. QUEEN: Commander. do Glean Gages........ 2.20&0....
ran out line, that in this lies the W. C. TILCHMAN do Erg Fhnma,2Ib. ..120 to...
main cause of to-day's failure: As I LEWIS,Adrt.HOTEL <.. reachesIb.. Table Yellow...::.: .: iasso.:..:
.de do -21b. Tab a Yellow... ...... 1.CUo .. .'
mentioned before, the soil should be .' Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Palatka,,Fla. doa Ita. 1'1........ .... ........110toi.23
well cultivated and sweet before setting Canned Fish-Alaska Salmon....... 1.43 to ....

line tree Get your stock from reliable H ACKERMAN & STEWART, Wholesale Agents for Florida. do Fresh Salmon Columbia..........River..... JO to 1.90

Wn and you will succeed. I would OUUINA; Mackerel...'_'_?. .... 1.00 to....

Great V advise peach set on the marianna plum LJSEISED r7-H0: Guarantees,with hrs Book on Influencing the Sex you will be able to hare your Stock Amerteaa8ardlnes in ..%s, t.OO to4.t5

." 4 stock. As the only kind that is reliable come the sex desired. Jfo cost unless you do. Write for testimonials and price. .. .> Little Neck Clams..... 1.110 to ....

week road- I think the plum root or stock, the & TJNING t.ot.ten.... ... .... ... 7.10- to ... .
Managers, Canned Tegetablee-Ne.S Tomatoes M to Lie
disease and
root-knot insect.
bei to
bed key
ofMr. do .. Jl'uprCot... so to 1.40
Ab The curculia and the yellows I think do No.>Okra and Tcmatoes.to .... .
the to each. After ORMOtD-BY-TH FLORIDA do No.> Marnnrl'eaa....... I.1Uo'l.3G
Agra greatest enemy do >o.:Early June re...... 150 to ...
every your tree* have been set in the orchardfor do JfoJ Burton Baked Beans 1.60 to....
one refrain from mode of do No.Boston Brown Bread lAiOto....
fie re year, any FINE nsnixo. JacksonTill6Tampa&KeyIestSystemTHE Coffee Green Rio ..-- ... ............ 4,to JO
mart ihla cultivation that Forks the soil deeper do Routed IU.>. ... ... .j&co .:IJ&
railroad than a weeding hoe or horse scraper. 1 SPLE.DIDTnL'G.. Table Irt h Potatoe-per barrel.. JJB to SXOAppleajper
After the trees get a years grow.h and barret.............. .ZJdtaUACabtiege
Mr' do .
the loots spree i out in the ground. ] BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. .1 1cKSQNNIu. Red Onions do .. 173to3.2ft
merely a tdnc Deep ploughing or deep cultivation of Yellow Onion, per barrel..,... 1150&e 3.!3
Accommodations ample. Rates Trunk Line
die, but eer.N'ot any kind means noJItDgabort of failures reasonable.GT Tropical ... > TAMPA TOBACCO. CicAJimcsiTC

an absolute failures tor fruit. The Reached via Palatka or St. Augustine and the '& KEY WEST 1 Duke Cigarettes.10.... .... ...........ties
stronglTnectlon fruiting life of the peach feeds, I might East Coast Lines. From South Florida via New Embracing th System of Railways and ... .... .... ao
con. say altogether, from ammonia (in the Smyrna and Halifax River Steamers. 1r29 Steamers shown Adjoining JacfcaonrlUe.excel map extending L SYSTEM t'eaut:2 M

air) and top soil or dressing, lime, in equipment southward and from serrioe reach aUpomiDell' ,Ote cif a 'a NNcCTIONS. Gravely Dob Hancock 4 )Miller and Champ all leading Carter grade, Lucy Hlnton at contract ,

priation. ashes, leaf mold, suit phosphate are the winter and summer prices.Richmond .
the babe r is best fertilizers for the fruit. My neigh THE OSGEOLA Cheroots per box: ....... XT5
''"arw 1" Old Virginia Cheroots-per box.. .... &2S
Resortsof
bor, Mr. Schwein, had this season a Pleasure v BOA: *-Col ate'.4)ctaeou..single box
he gettt hly few trees (Maggie and Uidwell variety) Is[ lotS.... .... .... .. tee
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, SITUATED an.a "n' V.. : ....
efficient Throu fh-traln service with 115 Colgate's le pa..IYC box lots. ISO
treated with soft phosphate (well dirt) Florida.
"" ,. Jo do ten box lots.... &8S
Immediately the heart of the city. Parlor Pullman, Buffet and Sleeping ,;, awe a.* era -
what's thet. and his trees had to be propt up to Cars carry you through e Cupid American Family and other brands at
ting u? save its branches. They were a bight Special rates to regular boarders, and satisfaction ".- market prtcee.t&ubeS'II'ift.
: u &: Courtney, Bine Hen Peer-
Soothing to behold "-well as to eat. in every particular guaranteed. Orange Groves, less and Cat ann Mouse at manufacturers

Td. Last, but in no case the least important BITS- R. L WALL,Proprietor. 1 prices.
IIOL New York State Hand-PIci.M Pea
pap 5 to success, is the purchase of your Fruit Farms, h .. JJStoiSOPearUne
will dip trees. Look well to this, fur in it lies L. D. EATON M. D. ,per case.. a.73 .
one of the stay links in this great chain Gardens -
Vegetable
e of needs. While I may personally be ...... liar Grain Fiver FertlliMirs. Eta,

i of service to any who may wish to go Plantations 'N 5, ; Corrected Weekly by Tertrees tit Co.,old Jv T.

.oftIBT into this rich harvest, yet through this HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE I Pineapple .. awt. c O S: K. W. Depot
medium I have no source to otfer. I

1 feel that there is a great good In store BLOCK, FALATKA, FLA. Phosphate Mules, '' s Corn nr-flnbl, Mixed ct,per to market sack 110 changes Ibs.$ IJOtofl.ti

cor for us, to go to and draw through its toll nw twr.r, ....e Oats White per sack 125 Ibs. lAto his!
Urge opeu doors to untold prosperity. OmcK HOCKS 4 to 10 a. m.. ltoSp.m. Cocoanut Fields Ground Feed, per sack 100 Ibs..... Lit to uo
loe- Feed Meal per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.10 to I U
fife- Lets try this great industry, the new and T to t po m. Sundays to S p. ra. moiesn Pure Wheat reed, per sack 100 tte.. LM to Lee
way and revolutionize for South Patents from a distance can be treated len ALoes TI-- ."w.rol... ; aa.oa Rustproof Oats per bush..' '. -mton
bet -- ...a.1a .::..::
Florida hapdsomer than Cali through the matt Office consultation free. Hay,No.1 Timothy per ton 19.00 to 25115
a prize Wheat Bran, per 1"J*to l'.w
fornia's gold mines tire to her. apS-em St. Johns, River, : ? Grits and Meal per bbl......... .... *.40to3JO
.... ....
Best Patent Flour,per bbt Leo
I &Qlstrr e? the fruits and flowers ,es;:..... 0 arttta Cotton Seed Meal,Bright, per ton. J4JSO: .:
'. thane thee for thy wine design, FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM Indian River, Cotton Seed Meal Dark,per ton.... 20.00 CO n.oo
[Whereby these human hand of our No. 1 Linseed Meal ... ....
tte- 1m nature' garden work with thine. COmFLA.. Lake Worth w Port Cement,per bbl.. .. lSto3MnosenJale
i r Cement,per bbL. uatoUM
Allen T.Brantley 1rs. Plaster Parks,per bbl. 2J ta*: SLimeperbbl.
w ] Dirorce. _rouraa A new seers TOB1SCAYNE T ... 1.10 W'1.15
The First Steo.
I P.aterets'lairperIb. 4' M
Georgia Branttey. ITT i: A r Beet Ltrerpool Halt,per sack: .,4to ho 1.110
down can't
[ Perhaps you are run eat '
APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT OF THE BAY. y ,
.. Florida Orange Box Hides per box.: to S
\\m a. I't sleep, can't think, can't do any. L Complainant in above styled cans that the kDIreC& JCorda'd TUghman'r Orange Box Heads .:to
Defendant, Georgia Branuey, is a resident of ... .
Hoe to Punta t Best Birch Hoops,per bdl .. .to SO 00
f to your satisfaction, and you the State of Georgia, at or near the town of Tampa,
ttownwood,and she U over the age of twenty' 0aJt Harban.. m' -
_ der what ails yon. You should one years: Cm dtos 1far.. Eta

theProstration. It is therefore ordered that said GennrlaSrantley TIME 2k [Corrected Weekly by R. & E.J. Smith."Whole-
dt the warning are taking ?
you do dead demur to the bill
answer or YOU
sag w save CaDdY Manufacturers,Xo.Lemon St.]
.. of complaint herein on or before the FIRSTMONDAY 'TROUBLETRANSFERS gpA
II : WI IN SEPTEMBER. A. D.I892; ether- WILL.{ I 0 f Stick Candy,2Mb.boxes............lee -
c, and In Elec- wise a decree pro onfeeso will be entered AND Broadway Mixture,25-lb. boxes..._lle
SAVE. '_ -,,,,.., American K1It:: ve. 30-lb. bncketa...........JOo
and the,exact Itls further ordered that this notice'be published French Mixture, 0-Ib boxy .......160Cbucelate'

yow nerrou '.ytfelifc the Palatka once a Weekly week for Times foareonsecutta a newspaper weeks pubUshed U- by purchasing tickers via Jacksonville and the J,T. t K.w.System. Bend for large map of Floridaks.lty Creame.S-Jh.1Mb.boxes, bozq..M.. :.::.::::.....?.......MiManhmaUows. ,

w T condition. in said County and Circuit. an4 with other mformatlo of interest:' A. B.(jam Drops.5-lb boxes.f...
the >wtense of thit"Alterative Done this July Tth, A. D. IMS.FRANK Pare Gam Drops,9-Ib.hexee.,,...... ,
_ t' : WRIORT;Clerk.LJ.1 .' G. D. ACKtBLY. .Ott PaeeAer. leanyOoods,10 pier e in 110%..........

( By D. M.KIRBY, D.C. .. .. .'c'.ONYI11C. LA.
OILI A. good digestion ;fLLn A Gnx,$ ,plainaBfs BoUators. Ore cmroo acx.Adama'HappotaTiJm.perbox .
a tetate tlTIER'S F "sad J7'jHw _...........M
_ Kidney TutU Flout per box,.........toe
Try ,a bottle. Bed Rose per box. '
; Hulse's Pug () to 35OO a year e.u be madefyrji CaUfonaItI'ni1.per box....,...............soa
9upoatba vyv etr Ye acea&a; eltket. x. Panama Fruit,per .6S
works sure pay; exclunire tfrrtuwy. write at. Tl Biggest..,per box ..650I4.N
ALJ CJD ecltf I. L.P.WHITE; Piedmont w.Va. J e'a..ft'_ -- .. .a1i .. __JIJI'I

>ay Mixed per pound.......................J54I
are that hun ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Peanuts,I .per pound. Ie
ana toe tt each milked : VESTIBULE* Almond..p.t poQAO......17eEnglish
to s .Walnuts,per .. .
u an are still Stare: omomiDA, 1 Before.1OW1'b E. pouikd....12e
8 wort. and } Baldwin. I>MCocirrr |. esppe pound....1MBrasU
order or PrraAK ) County Judge walnuts,per pound.129
eteutU3. the a* the rightdecae0.$1 I.esva St. Anputioe daily at 8:10 a.m.;JacksonnBe,
To MABT H. Bass?:
sea sit down <1=$o ajn.:arriTea Maconji p.m.;Atlantato.oP.m.i .
writer attachment Yre h Mats.
You AN hereby nott&ed that a
i ;, his feet un- has b en iswMd against yo and year CnattaDooga.oo L m.; Cincinnati 5:50 p.m.Fssyrs (Corrected weekly Duane Bro ..Central liarket. -
LbMof p<51i t p and pres- to sauafy the demand C. -.NO EXTRA PARES.Ee .near Coon Ii..*e4
a t e teats with ft. btrtkAriat amounting &e ,..12. Now unlessyoea
shall before the Hon. Joseph ,. H Beef ortt.enaBft' Cats).per IU._30 to ....
s. and bodily Baldwin CosatyJudge appear In and for..ad c.atT.at :: lure your Tickets read by East Tennessee Round.-.-._.......U to ....
i the mate the his office' a' palatka. Flaxen the UI1I DAYOF : nee d:=t' Florida, Best Cats..._ie ta 12%

2 rd rat finished, SEPTEMBER., at.-11.o'clock,in!the fereBoon yea-, ................ [and Queen and Crescent Linesj -. $ Mttttoa.veal.........................,....., ..H-to.>a to 30.... .
xv the udder and ;uDergydd pay t reddeb.t Pork.- ....., : ..12to tJ
otts yonr pr Astor Block FLORIDA- ... ..... ,. .... .
JACKSONVILLE .
t streami June Wth. 1SB. C. H. GILCHRIST. .M. D t fctPsss ag r As-. Sausage ? .13 to
i0.r h i Gnus Ou.us.l'2&1Dwr.w Attorneys. -' TENN. f Tenisoo...................MM..s tel...
1 & B. W. WRENN. General Passenger Agent KNOXVILLE Poultry.Pressed... ......... ....... _
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TIlES THE OFFIOit .:' -,err. era ?o>efr. ,mart 115, per cent oa 14* :

TOKIA roads The gain ( '
western n earning I
The official canwe*' of.be votes tUt both from passengers and freight shows : LITTLE'OTHERS'

TALATKA FI.A., AUGUST 19, 1892. at the Democratic: 'primary election very largely in favor of the South, but .
show that the fafcowfeg :were noeal
!
is in
the most remarkable point seen
nated as the caedfdte of the Democratic Company
the of freight and Fertilizer ,
AU Mvertleln Mils become sue pro nlrenrnoatk. comparison passenger and1fosphate
Special and abort time parable party in this cotmty ; .- rates. In this at least the thickly

All,emJuaIk' _.... 4 be made brexpreea. For )lemoen'of the Renee of Rep. settled west ought to show lower rates
opev rder or r*..tttere4 letter.KeKKXZIK .
-reeentatives.:. and a larger decrease between 1880 .
KURTZ, riMUborm, "
J. 'H.JOHN. HASP; and 1890 than "the South; but to the TAc o
BoxM l"u.AnA.FI.OJltDA.OJk'c
P. WA1J glut credit of the managers of Southern -

For Clerk of Circuit Court, railroads, and contrary to the C 1
g Organ of tht County, and JOSEPH PRICE. statements made by many Southern Grandest Opportunity of the jury

9f lU) mur..d.Usanu. legislation who seek to impose unjust .
For Sheri -*
_'. restrictions upon the railroads, this ii }
VTZi
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JOHN W. HAGAN. -*

'jrATXOlUt. DKMOCBATIC TICKKT. For. County Judge, '", ':. not Mr.so. Edmonds' figures relating to r FeCtiliir AT

For President: ",' M. L COXE. I manufacturing are amazing, showing, The knowledge that you can obtain a SiHOME" a Cp

GROVER CLEVELAND.For Fbr County Trea.unr. at they do, an increase of 135 percent with an Analysis that is Genuine, y "panywhose

Vice-president: B. L. LILIEN'I HAL. in the number of mill operativesin expenditure is guarantee for their Goo<

ADLAI E. STEVENSON. For Tax Collector, ten years,as against an increase of rtihzer kteriai

For Residential Elector: W. M. WILLIAMS. 17 per cent in New England. Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates an< Tr*j that

T. M. SnACKELFORD, For Superintendent Public Instruction,1 He declares that the unfortunate' on hand. We make Special Brands for Old a ung :

B. B. BLACKWELL THOMAS W. RALPH. condition of some of the Southern have been tested throughout the State. !$

A. E. :MAXWELL, For County Surveyor, railroads is not due to any lack of: : t;

W. N. THOMPSON. P. D. WATKINS. business In the South but to Wall': SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA

For Justice of the Peace, District street speculation,and to support this

STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. No. 8-M. Hanghton. declaration he points out that those Little Bros' Fertilizer and\ Phosph! mpa '
For Constable Justice District No. 8 roads which are managed in the interest nJ
Gov -We II;'Wlgg, Jr. \
For roe or. of their
owners are prosperous.
For Justice District No. 1-A. B.
HENRY L MITCHELL. Tony. Only those which have been loaded -

For Constable Justice District No. 1 down,with new issues of securities by POMONA
For: Secretary of.State NOTES.
-L. 1*. Newiom,Jr. their wall street managers are in !
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, For Justice District No. 4-George trouble. Mr. Edmonds' article will do Correspondence FaUtka Times.PoMoNA PassengerTHE
E. Pegues.For 16.
August
.Justice Supreme ,Court, Justice in Precinct No. 19-R. the South good because it shows what ,
the material condition of the South )Ir. Holmes Erwin and wife returned GEORGIA SOUTHERNSUWANNEE _
B. .:E.. WICK TAYLOR.For F. Lyon. ,- t I :
For Constable in Precinct 19- J. E. really Is. from their trip to New York on
General _______
Attorney Lane. I the fait mail Sunday. They reportvel'J RIVER RO
W. B. LAMAR. For Justice In Precinct lS-T. B. A SENSIBLE VIEW.PArATxAf.Auguat.
warm weather in New York,and
Lovelace. Taking effect JULY 3 1892. gi
For Comptroller,. For Constable-lame,Johnson. :. 17r are glad to get back where it w possible -IT::::
For Justice Precinct No. 22-J. M. EdltqrPalatkaTliim > to live without fear of sunstroke.
VV. D. BLOXHAM. Cannon. The work of the Democratic SOUTH B<
prima :Mr. Durst has purchased a new
For Constable-H. L. Roberts. ries has been The Ex- l-WEST INDIA FAST MAIL
For Treasurer, accomplished. buggy and now the can take the
boys Lea"s Atlanta.:........................., Tao am I
C. B. COLLINS. The following is the official (total]) ecutive Committee has canvassed the girls riding as often as they please.Mr. Leave Macon. ........._.............. II Warn
and of Leave Cordele........................... USprnLeave
Public Instruction vote. We were unable to secure the returns announced the names i W. C. Learned has his house TUton ......................... &4:pm Le
Superintendent precinct returns in full this week: those who have been chosen by the I nearly completed. Al TITS t'aldo64.......................... SJOpm I Ar

W. N. SHEATS.For For Representatives: Democracy of Putnam County as can. i There is to be a wedding this week. I I I Arrive Arrive.White Springs. .............-...... 8.48pm 7.28pm Ar AI'
Arrive Lake City... ...................... s.oo pm I
Commissioner of Agriculture, .1. n. ..430T. didates at the election in October. Hope to give more particulars in my Arrive Hampton... ...... SJTpmlA I
W. Thompson .. . .... ....251 While it cannot be denied that some next Arrive Palat..M: ::::::::::.:: .10.i5 pm I A
L. B. WOMBWELL, J. '
P.
..439Benj.
E. Morgan .... .. .:..,...".413 111 will and mud-elinging" were Indulged I We are having numerous showers, i iI No. 1 leave Macon after arrival of Incoming _

For Congressman Second District, A. Monroe. .. .. .. .. .... ........3.11 in during the contest that was I which makes everything look lovely. Railroad ReorgU,*East. Tennessee.Virginia and Georgia, Maco

CHAS. M. COOPER. J. C. Vertrees, 7 ended at these.primaries,and that some }. G. E. r'o.3 leaves Macon after arrival of Incoming afte'
Macon and Northern and Railroads,
Georgia and
For Clerk Circuit Court: traces of discontent are still apparentIn INEQUALITIES.Editor tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville via BrnnswicLWestesn eo:

Joseph Price .. ... ........_.... .736 certain quarters, it is evident that Johns and; at Ocklawaha Palatka for River Augustine steamers. and all point _
OUR NOMINEES. Henry Hutchinson..253For such feelings are entertained by only a Palatk Time. i

We place at our masthead the names Sheriff: few true Democrats, and do not rise to In the distribution of the wealth of I NORTH BO

J. L. Burton.. .... ....211 the dignity of the political malady diagnosed lamentable NO. 2, WEST INDIA FAST JIAIL. i
nomi the of
Democratic United States the
of Putnam County's
John presence Leave Palatka.......................... i.43amleal| ..... .
W. "sorehead." Leave Hampton......................... a\24amlLea: ,
nees. The ticket selected by the Demo- John W. Hagan ......;. The inequalities iu distribution Leave Lake City.,........................ 7.40 am Lea
craUc voters at the primary election M. C. Goodson. ... .. .. ......... .. 42 ticket which has been placed in seen to exist Leave White Spring.................... 8.06 am I I LeaLeave
I ........ .. ............. a.4o am I Lea
the field is the result of two months ?
must be accepted as the choice of the D. Johnson. 53 Leave Taidosta............. ............. 'M am Lea
J. H. Grooms .' .. ... 79 spent by the candidates in presentingtheir The Southern States, whose popula-I Leave Tlfton............................ It Jl am I Lea .
Democracy of Putnam County, audeTelJ" i. : tion Leave Cordele...............'............ 1.09pm I Lea
thirty-four
For County Judge: claims, and by the people in considering repsesents per Arrive Macon. ... ... .... 4.10pm Aryl
will do honor him8elf ''
Democrat to the population of the American Re- Arrive Atlanta::. .::....:.:... :::::.:.... 786 pm Ar.a.
It is the .
and the time-honored principles of: M. L :. .390 them. expression of : .. ----
W. R. DeVitt... .380N. the party after due deliberation as to public, iJ in possession of only three 1
Ms party by giving to the ticket a loyal IL Thomas. .. .... .. .: ..._T .223 the and ability of the it per cent of the bonded indebtednessof No.2 lea re*Falatka after arrival fan West India swith
The claims of the various strength men all outgoing p.m.trains C. R.R.8.W.R.R. )(. .'
support. For County Treasurer: has placed in nomination it is a voiceof the country, her citizens: holding less and Macon and Northern Rallroa4. .
candidates been submitted to ; No.4 leaves FaUtka after arrival of trains
having 8.: J. Kennedy .. .. .. .. .. .. ...243 the majonty of all the Democrats of than $13,000,000. .. of .United States Florida and connect at Tlfton with Brunswick fron at
that silent tribunal (the will of the B. L. Lilienthal. ... .. ... ......476 tonds. villa,ria. Clone connection at Macon for XanhTi
other alternative the County, ringing out clearly and distinctly and Chicago Short Line to World's Fair via O. 8.c
admits of !
duty no Martin Griffin ...277
people' ), Nashville, (
Chattanoor
It must be pUin, even to.a schoolboy, and 81 Louis and LooisvUletrains Bang t
than that of submission to anda : For Tax Collector: declaring who, in their opinion, oa Central Railroad. xci'
the Democratic that the citizens of the Southern Statesare S ,
united support of the entire ticket F. C. Blanchard.70S can cany largest vote AU Trains arrive and depart from Union DepoM,Macon and Palatka..
remember that T. N. Gautier..28.5For at the October election.To flly prepared,financially,to developthe Elegant Sleeping Can will be ran on Traits 0.3 and No. 4.
The people must po- vast natural resources of this sec For further information,apply to Agents; *t Junction points or to
and their Assessor of '.[axes: let personal considerations or '
of W.
lineal parties spring out Eo ROBBINS,Ticket AI
.. .. trumped-up objections Stand in the tion without the aid of foreign capital; JAMES MEJZttS,General Agent T W"Bay street Jacksonville.
existence is maintained by necessities W. :M. Williams. .. .. .724 waj -l A. Co KN,ppTramc JiLJI
of its friend James P. Appleby. . ._.... ......2.)1 of the election of this ticket, or any and this must be regarded as a dangerous
and a faltering step on
be For Superintendent of Public :In. part of it, is to doubt the wisdom of the element, for the reason that thereis
the eve of an important battle must A Excursion
struction: Democratic party in putting forward; a tendency of organized capital to be- Cheap

accepted as an evidence of disintegration Thomas W. Ralph. . ........502 to put before the people the claims of come dictatorial. The duty that con-

and surrender of its existence. J. A. Moseley . . .. ..,. ... ..446 the minority instead of the majority; fronts the people of the South at this I ?-
We must come squarely to the support
desert the Democratic ranks in time time is the crystalization of public sentiment
txf the ticket, or leave the ground to be I PROGRESS THE SOUTH. to around the determination of the : WASHINGTON, D. c.
of battle hand the to
occupied by some other party. I In the current number of the Forum: our enemies; to and to continue victory in over office common people l in their effort to hold -I

Richard H. Edmonds has interesting EMBA:
an inside the orbit of limitationthe
who there four proper A SPEOIAL TRAIN USED
placed
The secretary of the business men's Republicans were TO BE WIT;
and valuable article the "Un menacing tendency of
on corporate 1
by like dissections in our
democratic organization of the city of years ago EXTRAORDINARY PRIVILEGES. : A FULL LINE of
New York announces that by the end paralleled Industrial Progress of the own party. agencies. I
of this month at least 50,000 businessmen South." Mr. Edmonds begin his arti When convention are manipulatedby This can be done by the pastage and and WOOD C.

will have been enrolled as members cle with the following well known quotation designing politicians and objections enforcement of wise and proper laws ne1eautUulud historic "Sbenandoaa Valley HAND. j
I Route"has: been selected by the Grand Armyof :
of Cleveland and Stevenson.clubs. : "The development of the South candidates are placed in nomination, of restraint.Mr. the Republic of Florida as the official route Mail and telegrj

I !J5 I means the enrichment of the nation" the dissatisfied faction may sometimesfeel Editor something must be doneto to the Annual Encampment at Washington,D.

The State Executive Committee of which, he says, was the doctrine of the itself justified in "bolting," and save this loved Southland of ours C., SEPTEMBER 20th, 1892, as the following extract attended to,

the Prohibition Party met in Palatka I late Hon. William D. Kelley, of Penn- even in bringing out candidates in op- torn the masterful efforts of corporations EmUs from, Fla.,their July 20.General will testify Order NX' 4. dated B1. L. LIl!

16th for the He to the Suck to make slaves of the poor peopleof Train will
Tuesday, August purposeof sylrania. gives a comprehensive position "regulars. policy, "Special Headquarter leave Jacksonville

nominating a full State and county statement of .the growth of the Southin however, whatever may be their griev this ,country. I'LL BE THERE. at 0 20. via FRIDAY S F. &KVEN1M W. Railway, September. 16th: ht call r

ticket. After discussing the matter and wealth and population since the ance, is extremely doubtful,and usually V.i: da. Ry through Chattanooga to Iirietoli rear of Putnam F
The labor trouble in Tennessee is N.&I W. Ry to Shenandoah Junction,and B.&:
looking the field over thoroughly they close of the civil war, and asserts that results: the defeat of both factions The Governor O. R. R. to Washington, arriving at about f;30
very exciting. called p. m., September 18. MASTf ]
decided to make no further nomination this growth, taking all the circumstances and in victory to their common enemy. for 8,000 recruits Wednesday. Thereare "The Commander is ambitious to make:: the

than that of Rev. J. N. Hawley into consideration, is unpa- But when candidates are placed in indications of serious trouble before Special suoceM.Train To the carrying end that the be be Department not disappointed Flag a. NDER of foreclun ar

for Governor. :Mr. Hawley a resl.A ralied. he field after two months of such a aU Comrades who anticipate the trip are hereby on the lXth dav4...
the end. The switchmen's strike in earnestly solicited to arrange their trann orta- Court of the Fifth Ja
dent of Grove Park, a Methodist min The truth is there are comparatively canvass as preceded our primaries it isshrply Buffalo,New York, is still unsettled, lion Official by this: line. J. D*. HAZZARD, of ricrida.In and f 41--i

"later, and personally fine man. few people who fully comprehend how political suicide to allow personal and may also result in trouble. The "T.Assistant S. WILMARTH. General.Dep't Commander. lain Aanle canoe Goodwin therein Ca p as L

great the industrial progress of the feelings or imaginary objections to Adjutant husband, are eomptl
miners Colorado also out.
in are Tuttle et als,are def l
The farmers who despise "Wall south has been, particularly within the sway our minds and draw us from our .f The following schedule Is announced for the highest and best hi
street" and "the plutocrats," the APPEALTo Special." which win be composed of Court Hone des ia,
says one bag.
last ten years. Those whose attention loyalty to the Democratic party. the Town of Pabukaj
Savannah News, should give Governor the Several Boards of County Commissioners gage ear and a sufficient number of day maths: being the nfthdav f
is called to the figures which show this There is no just reason why the Democracy and Pullman Sleepers-to Ubuled-to ae within the legal bUatlg.to.wit.
orthen, of Georgia, a rousing reception progress are astonished. For instance of Putnam County, with the by the Florida Press Association commodate all: Alit

at every place he visits during the says the Savannah News, in 1881 the ticket It has placed in the field, shouldnot unanimously Adopted at Leave Arrive Jacksonville Atlanta Stop.1...hoar.....)....sac 1.30 p.m. Pert.1 a and situate State,lying of Florid and I

campaign. For, was it not Governor South made only 454,540 tons of pig be overwhelmingly successful> this Gainesville, July 20, 1892. Arrive Chattanooga (Stop 7 a.m.Sept 11 Ignated M Robert the -Cigned
hours ...... 8.15. by ,
:Rbrthen who refused to attend theliGay iron, while in 1891 she made 1,914,042tons fall,if it will only be true to itself. "Recognizing the imperative neces- Arrive bu t ((Stop H'hoar): 0.10 1::.'Kept Sept: Orant Eleven," located i,>]

Gould banquet because he did not or more than four times as much.In There is practically ao organized opposition sity for immediate action if Florida is Arrive Arrive Grottoes Buena Viet Stop(Stop llWa1'.1G.to 1 hr) 8.30 a.a.m.Sept 1A T (nxsontk
m.Sept 18
'believe in the man or his methods. 1881 she produced 305,008,000 bushels While there are Republicansin to avail herself of the unequaled opportunity Arrive Arrive Harper'a Luny(Stop Ferry I hour(Stops)....l2J0 p.m kept! 11 acres thousand,more, niite or lean

medicine in London of corn, and in 1891 535,942,000 the field for the several County offices afforded by the World's Columbian hoars............ ........... 1.10 p.m.Sept It I' containing lliMenjAngojt
A patent man Arrive WaahIng&oD........._ UO
recently put out an advertisement in I jushels. In 1881 she produced 5,456-; calling themselves independents, Exposition for showing to the T. M.Jolly and W. H.Doll win accomp p.m.Sept y II 1,11auotd

500 forzany .000 bales of cotton and In 1891 9,000- they cannot claim the vote of the Re- world her matchless resources and attractions Train through to the to destination TA4 win at&ead
tibe American style offering carefully want of every
case of Influenza his medicine II 000 bales. Her Increase In other agricultural rablicans, nor are Repablicans under ,the Florida State Press Association made.arrange Everys one will prtvile ha,. where paNeD hours gva.And Notice to

mould not cure. A Mrs. Carlfle used products was almost equally as obligations, so(aria party is concerned, earnestly urges the several Chattanooga t Tilt IUator1e Lookoa.s seven Hoaatal AD

'It according to directions, got no relief !great. In railroad building she has to support them. This will draw to our boards of County Commissioners =anda.king Aim lilt as beautiful of other sceneq attract10u as la aIoIIrUuI afforded _the state goes of F

.and brought suit. The Court of Queen's I not been behind other sections of the support a larger number than ever of throughout the State to make liberal Ratest[ eoe Rock 6 Mountains.* fOl'UIe round pros eat ed, late them of to f nwtk s

Bench has just decided that the doctor country. In 1881 she had 23,811 miles Northern Republicans who have lived appropriations ,for space, in the proposed From made from.JaeboaTUki WJ et'apoD 1& will ticket omCN trip 1D J'1orWL will tM Jgepreecribed8oa" to said est "m. '

toast pay the (500 and all the costs, of railroad, and in 1891 she had 44,805 here only a short time, many of whomare State building and "Official State wll friends be.:mUle' the G:A.be B.122.ThJa Weir nee,

-whkh in England amount to a good miles-a gain of 87 per cent, while the already inclined to vote with us inState Gazetteer," as outlined in the recen 1&It desired to per 1Dak. t bis type iar CZziiIrr Admini Qv

4eaL It is a tact not generally known gain in the rest of the country was and County affairs, while they appeal the State Commissioner, and Cta I'&ilroa.i ExeanioD interested that cuan.ake ever left J'Jorida,.Pi mati.ew

that In England an advertisement has only 65 per cent, In 1880 eight South- still cast in National their 'vote elections.All with the.Republican for such action we pledge our hearty try,of a tit..ume-o to of every Lager.to make it COM1D.l

.'the force of a written contract ern States had 13,228 miles of road, party the candidates who were unsuccessful co-operation and support. eoac heisad" iDC can detrmtnii win be Deeded aao.q-=
which carried in that 6,305,074 aecompW'' UNDER AND L
year in the recent primaries ave already wily J
'The select committee appointed byrSpeaker passengers, or less than one-third as buckled on the harness and goneto Notice for Publication. eoachee Weir lWDee or and state, whether regne.tad'to they -.. I "b7HL'n
Crisp to codify the pension many as were carried on the 23,588 work la help their late opponents to crowdiDJ bra &a w. wish to aroidr r VJ.8tat.ofFKornab? Circuit Cow
achieve a splendid victory on the 4th LAW Omcx AT Aintrnxr,TLA.t Allienen of inquiry win 1 f u
rwwve
and to make In the western whereasby a fog Da.anafaadid.aaleetl <
Uiws during the recess a miles group; of October. 1Jg1Dt i3,1w2.TOTICE f prompt estate of Jacob H
;:recommendations as to the best method 1890 the nunher on 24,955 miles of This is the only true Democratic \ IS HEREBY GIYTX THAT TIm Ot n West JOLLY D. P. a.. lathe
SLS L> following named settler baa filed node of P.SAti __
i of umpiring them, met in Washington southern road had reached over 30,000 pint It.will win in this campaignand his intention to make final proof In support of c.W.N.H.KIGIIT DOLL. T.A. ntkie.ona. r

'..lbi week and decided to take no action 000, nearly one-half as many as onU,2'j9 place such workers in the line of fore his claim frank and Wrtebt that said CVrk proof Circuit win Coort t. made,at Pa-be- B. -, WREN.O.PP-zrasagv-,T... and sell to saaidhi' wits
future promotion. G. Y. Utka I U,on OCTOBER S,1882,rti Benjamin ? nrforeaahS. at
;',towards recommending changes until miles of western road. The : ... eu.
Waiklngton, of Putnam Nan, Florida. is.zn J-T?*? legal! be eth
She week-of the G. A.H. Encampment, number of passengers carried on sonthrn The Merrill-Stevens Engineering for the Lot 2 of 1L'.SWJ.jof NPud NW's '" Rt USf1Jl'it Coact Honae tdoorj tot.
01 8E1/.SoectioD 2.T.So I. l>. 2S J:; der of$ is ape
In order to give those who will attend roads increased 369 per cent., and Company has jest finished the work of H.names Ut*following wtax M*to prcr his 10 .........r..t.rr I &Ay1(5 lowing rlandi, iof

vthe Encampment an opportunity to offer on western roads 168 per cent. The repairing the bon .of the little steamer oontinuixu Mid land rls residence: Samuel.t coa.a4 lam.of;;;: cnlttTatton Pomam HalL of., az1..A:-c.4 U..wk-w.""....,l>. { wM.4 a.:w: ,rid Put f

':: any suggestion that may have oo freight moved increased in the same Comet, which is hauled out on the John}U_ Tntow.Robert of Turtiip Putnam**a,HaJJ of Putnam,, ria- A.Hall JWda.D ri*_; ._.. ...,...._M7........ew w___: :'11 ;;2acrdingtto

-acsrrcd to them-from their expenence ray, the number of tons handled hav- ways at Fenner's shipyard, receiving a et Fataam Han.Pia. 'ATaUTS. TSUTE '1'I.Nu HIpo n L .=: S J atio 10,T rLarng

with the pension laws. ins gained 247 percent on the south. thorough overhauling. Times-Union. ALEX. LYNCH.aal5Nw Brpter.. u.Mr......... .....-.....1w1.. 1 .. J>deed ,book relent 1'IOUij fltd
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AIftE1GED l ; Baha.wa W.rk Mad.f Isle.. 'R.IIs._4'u,. ..... ;. !I OUT OF J JAIL.I SU1NbED. This MORRIS Depart is conducted by tons In and resistance Snowdens to the at their inroads back.of thiS

LEWIS County
ST. LOCK. AUf. 18.-Mai Aaastioo is Lecturer, who> disease of plutocracy and Industrial
Is alone responsible
for
The SWHM Enacted In the Texas :. dying at the City Hospital with a knife A New Jailer Walks ftfefct Into The Treeps, Guards, Ceftriete Us Utterances despotism, the People' Party is In the.

wound in the arm and side and his intestine .
State Convention. I almost a Trap. and All Were Capt8r lien are as never likely to' settle field Labor, organized l and unorganized
serered. The a
bloody U the banner of revolt
rightly as when flocking to
deed is the work of Mez 0 MMB MBM* juesuon they discuss
some unknown Macanlav. while in the country at large,
The it freely. ,
),( rg.Clarke Factions Or lean whom Silas met on Seventeenth Four Desperate Characters Seea The Miners Have Gained a among the masses who as yet lee* distinctly .

ga'ilte In Bodies. and Carr streets at l1U at Thereare Vi-ctot'
Separate night Chance Complete .
to Escape. DIRECTORY Or THE ORDEB. see the remedy,there bas grownup
J no witnesses to the deed. and no Out
resentment
a feeling of passionate
in the next STATE OMAIZATIO

The oMseme of the Heated Contest quarreling. Officers neighborhood McOnire and heard Smith any The Wife of One of the Prisoners The Oliver Springs Camp Was i President............A.P.Baekia Anthony,} against capitalistic encroachments

n'-fHa. Been Going on in found Anastico on the pavement in a Furnishes a Chance for the Burned and the Convicts Sent i Vic rr idenC....D. W.Adams, Tangerine,FU. which commands general sympathy for
"' of Secretary..........J.A..Moore.Pewsco4,..1LI
ti lon Star State for pool blood and had him conveyed to Break-The Jailer Gagged Away In Coal Cars-The I TreuUftr.............C.S. Young;.Orleans, ITa the workers in any and every uprising
{Several Months. the City Hospital From a descriptionof Lecturer......_.......L. W. Weeks Chlpley riarmAX without much the merits of
the assailant, officer Began arrested and Bound. Mob 1700 Strong. regard to

BocEilf TeL Aq. 18.-DemprfU & Joseph RobIn on the bridge at 6 a. m. cocxnr OMATOATUW. particular cases.
Gus The
ASHCVIIXX. N. C., Aug. 17.- KKOXVILU. Tenn., Aug.$ 17.-
rent .."twain and a double-Vrrele I emerged RobIN from looked some as though he had just his Miller a new jailer about 7 o'clock at miners captured an engine and four T. W. Ralph president HoUirterj Mr. A. In this wide-spread sprit ot revolt
bloody fight, as Townsend vie president HnnUnptonj: O.JUWhitcomb against the influence
convent j, the result T 'e same clothes were covered with gore and ht night opened a cell to admit the wife ears at Jellico at 10 o'clock at night, aecrttaiTr-trea Meiro; Lewis growth of capitalistic

scenes fjch were enacted inj; bu city had a deep cut on the top of the fore- of one of the occupants. The cell con loaded it with armed men. went to Coal Morris HcMeeUn,lecturer! J. ,W.P Ja'L.ka;Cannon O.W.Bike doorkeeper,chapla'n, and this general sympathywith
bead. .
four yh ago during the i 'tewartHutching to be He identified.The was taken. to the City hospital tamed William and Thomas Whitson, Creek, capture two engines and six Francis; J. M.Cannon. aaairtmnt door-keeper, whatever tends to curb and resistit
Hancock, lftIeu"U.M1Mo8VBORDCUn
Francis John which
campaign bat M< am occurred. almost dead Anastico looked .t charged with' murder; Pink Creasman, coal cars, filled them with armed miners Bovtwtek.: General Snowden finds so

V| I him a few minutes and then closed his charged with robbery, and Hubert Gar of Coal Creek, and went to Oliver : LODGE alarming we see on the contrary

It eyes. He neither admits nor denies mony charged with larceny. As soon Springs cut the wires on both sides ofOlinr' fALATKA. ground of hope and good cheer. We
wa\foregone eonelusioi that it Bobles as the would.murderer.. &
b 0- as Miller opened the cell door he was aid tore up the railroad track Price Sec here find evidence that the disease in
President Joseph
bles the
the Hojjpeopfc{ who had at> >ut twc man under arrest called at tbe C. L Bowton :
office of Mexican Consul Cahill on Friday attacked by the four men. A pistol for some distance on iota sides of Oliver's. retary.sax the body politic has not yet sapped the

thirds !the instructed del*| tot at. and represented himself.. a hat which he attempted to use was wrench ....TSO. vitality: of tne patient, that the Instincts -

tempted control the convei tips the maker from Monterey Mex. He had ed from him and he was slashed with a A detachment twenty-seven soldiers 8. J.. Wells president; O. R. Thacker, See.retarv. of the masses are yet sound,

d rk & would bolt T' >ey had left no letters them.with or papers his baggage saying at that Memphis.he had razor, which one of the prisoners had from this place under Major Chandler, BOSTWICK. and that tbe nation is caoable of throwing -

agreed U this line of poll at theft "" previously borrowed from him, receiving arrived at Oliver Springs in safety. N.C.ere-president Bostwiek; J,T. Baa- off the incubus of plutocracy and

J secret e. aH and they earrl< d it out. BUCHANAN'S CANDIDACY. a slight wound oa the throat He Colonel Woolford and sixty men arrivedat cock,secretary Bostwick. rising to newness of life.
.
n sever comp) sting oi was finally overpowered ant bound anlgagged. Barreman junction from Chattanooga raAXCXS.K. If we cannot persuade Gen.Snowdento
oizition. B. 19'1111... |h. S.pper' .r the W. 811: UI. preaidel1t,11'nDd.; J. )(. Cannon agree with us that the symptoms he
[ary or at 1 o'clock in the morning. The .
f rancia.Tbos.
,
r..pe r.rtF f.r O.Trr. secretary deplores are really encouraging, it certainly -
med the The four prisoners then rushed' out of engineer of the train on the East Tennessee Dt1JTL.CI. ] ought at least to be easy to convince

I to order. Mz u ads, Aug. 18.-ardlnr' the I the cell and out of the jail Mrs. Miller Oliver Spring branch refused to haul Hind president Gergetown; L W. him, as a military man, of the

fairness news of Governor Buchanan's announce I attempted to stop Pink Crewman, and them Hawkins, secretary Georgetown. I futility of his plan of checking their

} booth the ment of running as an independent candidate BOLIISTUUO. i armed force. .As. .
was severely choked by him. Almostas Sap Huger says b* will not turn a W. Motes,president HoUl ster 8. F.Bax development by .. "
had been for governor of Tennessee at the soon. the fleeing men left the cell wheel unless ordered to do so by the ter.secretary, HoUlittr.toxa practical soldier, he must recognize the
impaignwarned coming election Chairman W. H. Carroll Miller managed to release himself and BaAxcH. unwisdom of provoking a collision
started in pursuit He overtook one of governor, J. with overwhelming numbers.. /
of the state Democratic committee John Harvey, Bannerville; w.
the Whitsons just outside the jaiL Nobody has been killed so far as can Miller,secretary grille.x'.iaals.. Who are the "we" who he say must
Ucy. Hi said to an Associated Press reporter: knocked him senseless with a bunch of be learned, but it is thought that a fight put down the revolt tend! capitalism

[ was the "I was of the opinion, and it is confirmed keys, and secured him. The bther took place shortly after day light The H. W. Roop, r resident, XcMeckin; R. K.Beyle "at the point of the bayonet?*' The ..

!1J.. T. that the Democracy made no Wbitsoa was apprehended not far from wires are cut and absolutely nothing ,secretarr.McMeekin.jroawALK.. only we in this country that can do

|u nomi- mistake when it refused to renomlnate the jaiL Crewman and Garmony have can be secured. The Chattanooga : any fighting are "we the people," and
Governor Buchanan. The Issue that Dot yet been caught O. J. Pannenter,president Norwalk; secretary the people are on the other side.
Jonathaniminated
soldiers are forty miles from the seat of Benjamin Locket Norwalk.rCTXAk
itself is It must be timid reformer who
v now presents not unexpected. FUSION IN ALABAMA. a very
Qorernor Buchanan's candidacy means trouble. HALL. allows himself to be disturbed by these

that he will receive the support of the sold. x.. sad th.r..pl.'. early 1A".n Captured the RldUra. 8. K.Tlmmons president, Putnam" Hall; C.B. vaporings about crushing the move-

Ithe secre- Peopl. party. He I. stronger than c.n. c.....,.... NASHVILLK, Aug. 17. Governor Lane, secrets:,.Banana. ment for a new industrial 'system by.
sties andOpposition any other candidate of that party would t 1'E3IJL.L : "the Where are the troopsfor
Buchanan has just received' a telegramfrom J. Arnold president Feniel J. P. Boyd troops.
have been. If there is bitterness in the BmXLOHAK.Ala..Aur.1'7.-TbeKolb FeDleL ; such an undertaking to come from?
coming campaign in this state. Democracy executive committee and the People's Oliver Springs stating that the eecretarJ. The mass of the artisans, it is needlessto
will not be responsible for it, or a there in of Chand sucp.
troops oharg* Major
Party executive committee have held a Holmes Epwin.: President" Pomona; W. F. say, are a unit for a new industrial
bat a rote party passion to of it. voters The will reason be and appealed not the to. joint session here. They worked together ler and.the guards surrendered to a mob Rents, Secretary Sl&co.R order of things, and the farmers who #

be taken of 1,700 miners. "JL.4Y: in other countries have been relied on
Our candidates are the guarantees o f: in perfect harmony and woundup ..
led this the electors that their election means by issuing a joint call for a joint con The miners there burned the stockade. IfOnleC1'CI&r1...7. Broad. president Welaka. ,elaka; A. At Mns- to furnish recruits to PUdown the

ot indig. and secures honest and economical ad vention to put candidates out for congress The convicts to the number of ninety- artisans, are in this country even more
and electors. The J'EDD.4L roixr. in spirit than the urban .
odreds otridly ministration national aud state. presidential revolutionary
five were sent to Clinton in coal cars. C. D. Pearson president ; Geo. Wilkinson. ,
fusion convention is to meet in BirmIngham workers. The farmers of the Western

gee MURDER IN MILLEN. on September 15th General Governor Buchanan at one. ordered Jr.. Secretary.SATICMA HIOBTS.E. States, who furnished the bulk of the
|to secure Weaver candidate for is them to be hen. The board of
president announced brought .L.CardeU.l'rellden.; O.A. Godfrey Eee'y troops to put down the rebellion, and
the hallUttockap. A N.gr. DI. H..p.r 5h. Dewa byO. to be present and re she a speech. prison inspectors met and decided to no- the farmers ot the Southern States wbt&

.. .r Ills Guests.Mtu. The announces chairman that of the the Republicans Kolb committee will tify the lessees that they must certainly President T.CKXSCKXT Rctberford: CTTT.; Secretary, Hugh did the fighting on the other side, are -

", Ga., Aug. 15.-A cold blooded take down their electonal ticket and comply with their lease in providingand Tindlay. Post-office.Crescent City. shoulder to shoulder in the People'sparty .. --
the chair. to-day pledged to the "rank nationalism -
[ley refused murder has just been perpetratedhere. this is confirmed by leading Repub-. caring for the convicts or steps HmL OTOS. the old callit
W. H. president J. E. as party paj-ers
licans. Cole Huntington;
lered the Some negroes were gambling in irpuld ba taken looking to the abrogation .. aUnhall, secretary, Hontington. of the Omaha platform.Gen. .

roll call the house of one Franklin who chargedthe BASE BALL RECORD. of the lease. sAt
d to rote gamblers for the use of the house, O. L. Whitcomb. president. :Melrose; Mrs. sword ana draw the cartridges f ron. his

I owed elected.that but the murderer one-Hammond-refused The following are the games playedby HENRY W. JAEHNE. Charles Baldwin, secretary Metros six-shooter. We. do not question his f

Iy the Southern and National Leagues. war-like but there are not
being an- to pay. Franklin got his gun and Th. newer Treasurer *f the New!! TrhAldrn COMO.H. frowess.
f-k jumpedthe stood in tbe door refusing to let then ,..&1.._ L.*f_*. .Bl. llvard. post-office.J.GrUnpre,L_ke Come.BJlKKB'a ldeatW.: O. Smith, secretary enough 0 suppressthe peopleof
ma out, when Hammond drew this pistol 2 Atlanta ft. the United States.
At Memphis-Memphis, ,
I .The chairaerentary and putting it to Franklin's side, tired. At Mobile-Mobile, 10;Birmingham; 8.lfktlal Slia Srso N. Y., Aug. 17.-Henry A. L.Barker president; C.KILL.K. AbelnU, secretary During the epoch of transition by
He fell to the floor but lived from 8 to W. Jaehne who has been serving a ten- Pott-offioe.Locklooaa. which we are to pass from the present

4 all +those 11 o'clock p. II:. The murderer escaped. lA.p. year sentence here for his part in the T methods of industry controlled by and' '

Tear'. fort At Chicago-Baltimore. 12; Chicago 6. railroad boodle scandal in for private capitalists to the system of
if1C '. Labor Trouble U IndU_*.U. AtSt Louis-St Louis 0: Brooklyn.,. Broadway The following Iscut from the New nationalism, there will no doubt be

fug ll y.p ,i.i*. ueiegaws; and Ip6c. IpDUNArous, Ind., Aug. 18.-All the At Cleveland-Cleveland.' 5; Boston.a. New York in 1884, is looking. forwardto Nation,Edward Bellamy's paper. Readit many eruptions like that at Homestead
d in and a mighty about At Pittsburg-Washington, 2; Pitts- Oct. IS, when h* will b* released. which riots bore leas bloodshed .
laton all chlf unios machinists in the Jenny Electric then decide for yourself to many or
/ ,went rod Six thousand throats and burg 2. Jaehn has been a model prisoner and in small quantities, and a $treat I
*, up Lane elected. In.nj MotorTr&rkere called out by John At Louisville-Louisville 7; Philadelphia sIde of the contest now on, you belong
*Mattock ded red by good behavior has shortened his Sentence many deplorable episodes generally, I
lark banner waved' and O'Day, of the l&ttrnational Union, on 2. :
j instant the fl but there will be no war and no collision -
P ,
At Cincinnati-Cincinnati, 4 New to six years four months and
rush made for the the refusal of the company to reinstatea ;
then a might was Gen. Snowden Pr.po e* to Suppress the of hostile forces on a grand scale
ilatf to stare half of it. The seen unionist who was discharge for refusing York.8. twenty five days. He has aged Visibly,
hick orm thenlpnsued is indescribable to finish work begun by a non-Un- Th nip Chftdwlck E.tal.. '_ and would hardly be recognized.. the People of the United State M.t the Point for the single reason that the numerical
lea. passion were surging iODia The strikers claim that the com- suave smooth treasurer of the boodle .C the Bayonet" preponderance will be so overwhelmingly -
ioad: pulling,! at the tables andatn pant: employ "chunkers." as they are PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 17. Twenty aldermanic board of eight years ago. General Snowden In command of the on the side oi the people as

; and all the time yelling and cursg. called to do the rough working pang years ago this month Cornelius Chad. Ele will join his family in Greenville against the champions of private capitalism

Several Sgnts were going on in the them but f 1 10 per day the wick, a real estate agent of this city N. J., on Oct. 15: and go to work at his troops at Homestead, by way of justifying as to make the idea of a war
work being then turned over to the trade. His wife and family have lived
and pistols and dangerous hanging Pnvate lames up by the ridiculous.
EMdienc*, first learned that he was next in line to
I skilled mechanics. Further that the in comparative UM during his confine the fact that
I looking knives 'were flourished. the heir-at-law to the fabulous wealth thumbs has been giving his views of Just here let us say that
1'Gr several) minutes it looked as company is educating these ".chunhr.10. ." went although Jaehne claims h* did the dispute over colored slavery led to,
of old Sir Andrew Chad wick who died
\ 4E. thonsk they scene of Carnegie as to eventually take the place of UnIonists in England in 1768. After not get a cent of Jake Sharpe' boodle.A the imminence of a crisis in the issue a war affords no sort of basis for the

'1 ... wed be Reporters were Jostled who now receive $3 :SO per day. fighting in tbe court of chancery persistently with between the capitalists and the workers inference that a w,r will have to came

,. about and in the melee had all the[ hundred and one English agents and MUlr Ctrl' Body. in[ this country. The following extract: before we get through with wage-
w they could look out for their notes as.r. TrubU With Raar.Lomolf VERSON, 111., Aug. 17.-Missing Liz.
barristers this score of years,the enormous the of his deliverance: slavery. In the former case, two
and In ito One of them had Aug. 18.-The greatest excitement estates of the old English knightare lie Stuber's body has been found in one gives gist geographical sections, nearly equal in
gained a of advantage, and in a caused here in sight of tbe American of the wildest To my mind it is very evident that
was through a discovery now parts of this country. She size, with oppoled interests, were arrayed
aad ttea was hurled a distance and the authorities of the State will event-
of made by the health authorities claimant a compromise is soon expected was last seen Thursday night as she agains! each other. In the present
.ftoirty feetpn the heads of some by which Mr. Chadwick, who is ually have to join in actual battle with of
passed through a section of woods drir- there is no possibility
eras crowd hettw. in examining a shipment of rags that low the heir-at-law and a powerful anarchy and the commune. The peo- struggle
jug from her home, in the southern either sectional, social or religious -
At lasts*emblance of order was part invoking
was being landed. New York syndicate which is furnishingthe ple nay as well make op their minds
of the country Just after she was last to confuse the real
rvoefced' out the chaos. As though prejudice
jf The examiners found that many sinews of war to prosecute!! the claim, the of two that the eruption at Homestead indicates
V Butnal murderous looking seen report pistol shots followed issue which is between the joint interest -
consent bundles of the rags came from districts will receive a large portion of the estate by a woman'.screamtwasheard. the presence of disease in the
fwtols aDeI"i.H were put back in thepsokett infected cholera and they were ordered valued at not less than 187000000. which extends far beyond of nine wen of every ten againstthat
and each side took half of a by The body of the girl was horribly man body politic of the tenth.PEOPLE'S .
burned at once. The vessel bringing gled with three bullet holes in it. and anything of which, they have con
orm and hall. Sheppard presiding A. Mcxleaa Editor Arrcited.DEL .
the Hogg convention and Lane, thek the legion. Both sides soon got down port but tbe infected articles were the Rio Tex Aug. 17.-Tsitacis crime occurred is one of the wildest efforts of spirited And patriotic officers

business and began the work of or- gathering of a examined wide territory.the contents In several Vallabos a Mexican who publishes a prtl1n this country, and particulars of to preserve discipline in the ranks of A Convention of the People's Partyof

iiation,\ by appointing the usual were so bundles repulsive as to make only the paper in the Spanish language, is under carne: are hard to get. the soldiery, they should do everything Putnam County U hereby called to
mitteei when. adjournment was arrest on complaint instigated by the In their power to uphold them. I be-
most casual investigation possible or A eo.'er''U1 It House in Palatka
n. Mexican government charging him with Capt rd.WASHEIOTOW lieve the hour is not far distant when meet at the Court : ,

TEXAS, ALUANCEMEN.__ necessary. _ -- _. the theft of government arms from the Aug. 17.-Th* chief of peace and order will have to be enforced on Thursday, the first day of September
THE
The C..... .. WI.. Mlxvd. arsenal in Garu Galan some months the secret service division of the treasury at the point of the bayonet 1892, at 12 o'clock In.,to nominate

y Are I. Coave.ti.a,a Aaetla. sad AMlMA. N. Y., Aug. 18.-Two bottles ago. The Mexican officials have asked department has teceived information of e e As, our fathers fought for independence two candidates for members of the i
field a..raj Judge Gills for extradition papers and the arrest at Anderson, S. C. and the war of the rebel
wilt b. by Agent
,. were mixed up in this town Sunday the trial has been fixed for 19th. Assembly and one each for County
August ,
W. for the Union
U. Forsyth. of one Sanders the lion was waged so, unless -
z. Oaiytrs Aur. 111-A Timesocrat. with disastrous results to twenty-five or Vallabos says the charge is merely a shipper of a chest containing counter all) signs fail, we will have to fight Judge, Sheriff, Clerk Circuit Court, ...
detia, Tel., I .l of the Presbyterian ruse of the Dias government to get him feiter's outfit metal
lays: thirty members and finished coins, for our homes liberty and institutionsin Tax Assessor! Tax Collector, County
out of the He has been ardent
the It.U alliance convention church for the mistake resulted in way. an addressed to G. T. Bauchman, Wai- the not far distant future. of Public
t
as- anti-administrationist and his paper has Treasurer, Superintendent
be" the a4drels of'1t'elcome many of those who attended communion been favorable to the Garxaites. halls S. a, which was lately captured We are not at all surprised that Gen. {
bled )rum services at the church sipping the in transit oc the Richmond and Danville Instruction and County Surveyor; and

1, I'1Or 1t'aa rsspond.d contents of a cup filled with a combma- A. CalUd.ELTASO. railroad. Agent Forsyth took Snowden, occupying as be does the transact such other business as may
lby ou the part of UIo- tion of powerful chemicals instead of CavBt Baughmoa into custody on the 13th in..tant point of view of a zealous champion of before the Convention.
b1 Claimed that thee wine. In tbe concoction sulphuric and Tex, Aug. 17.-The executive at Wslhall Oa hearing of the should be alarmed come
million la tilt order I nitric acids are giTen as components. A committee of the southwesternsilver arrest of Sander Baughm made* fall private capitalism The apportionment of delegates will ;

eat Evan Joae4 .JDIted.boa. [ bottle of wine and a bottle of similar convention has issued a call for a Confession. at the outlook. The eruption at Homestead be as follows:

containing battery solutionwere second annual convention to meet in this > and, still more significant, the 1..7
deplored appearance ak.t OYer. n.ttlh* *f Wka.ky.SrsLrQTIILD Precinct No. Delegates
tb' tact mixed up in some way. so that the city Monday December 5th sympathetic to it from the >
omall11t' solution took the place of the wine. a D., Aug. 17.-A response Precinct No. 2..3 Delegates

elm 11a 'inr nn..F.... 1.41et..t. 'quarrel between two brothers named country at large, certainly indicate the Precinct No. 3..1 Delegate ,L '

enatum Pr x_.,..eat I. ,Ia. a._ J ASTIR" Tean.. Ana 17.-The grand Leighton and Joshua Allen, two miles existence of a general and growing l'nclDcOlo.: 4..3 v..i egaj

PORT Lncojc. Aug. 18.-The government Jury returned against the insvrrectionsts West of town. over th* possession of a spirit of revolt against the existing industrial Precinct No. 5..lyDed.Kat .

m lb, station of Costa Rica is much chagrinedto fourteen true bills and the attorney ktytoa Vhlsky.rMulted trunk containing in Shooting a bottle of I system, portending a near Precinct No.6. .. .. ... .t'D! g ie '

d that to the the governflt people hear reports from the tanned States mints general are states certain that forty more indict Eb which LeigcUm sh.k Joshua affray inthe crisis. If sympathy, active or passive, Precinct No. 7..2 Delegates x

,n at on.y the that colonists have returned disgusted 1 b.i wart of the fao*. inflicting a with the Homestead men, shows "the Precinct 'No. 8..1 Delegate
perform
hoctfon be of q e, The to convention with the opportunities. Poor naaagemenfon afforded them the inTalamaBca. DAILY MARKET REPORTS. rs Wound bfll'.fnte Lcifhtea which h the* will paced the riot reo presence of disease in the body Precinct No.9. . .. .1 Delegate'

fn.esei days.Ill. part of the land company that recently r. to hit Owfl lead aod fired, inflict- politic," Gen. Snowden may well ben Precinct No.lO..2 DelegatesPrecinct V. .

obtained a 80,000 concession in return Kaal .. ler wouad from which h* died, after a panic, for the majority of the peo- No 11..2 Delegates
.. O Tmr. for an agree acre to settle it is toealleged 8AT.unl4w" l'r.-'hrpnUu* arm ate3 tmoonaaious rot five hours to be infected with '
: refs firm pie certainly seem Precinct 12..2 Delegates
Jostle for the failure. : at seta No.
18.- reason
a- gar Lug. .: WrLtuvoToa. Awe. 17.-Terpu tla. firm atel Llviaget.s la 1$.. .* ... It. But does it indicate disease? Hen Precinct No.13..2 Delegate
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"C the Michigan J. A.. B..twlck BU4 *. Xfemtk. ; rain arms strained set good strained ATLAKTA, Aug. 17.-L. F. Liviafitoaias I oar diagnosis of the case radically Precinct No. U..8 Delegates

.court, and Michigan's candidate Niw YORK. Aug. li-J.A. Bostwiek. Ha Ofnv tar fear quiet flack at yellow$1.11 dip erode SljS turpentine* virgin been nominated by the Democrat I disagrees witn that of Gen. Snowden. Precinct No. 15..1 Delegate

li rtot-presi&cy td ibe nainimously at Chicago named will for the well-known Standard Oil man and US. .. .(! this district t* incoeed hiaaself ia the We> find the Homestead outbreak and Precinct No. 16..6 Delegates: ;

last evening while, endeavoring Pv.dae. ..... a,,t aatioial house A nepjegenatives.e' with it to indl- Precinct No.17..4 Delegates
by the Wolverine Democracy millionaire a. .1. prijnari ia the different he public sympathy Precinct No. 18 . . .6 Delegates
n.4tGpvernor E. I}. Wlnan;tJ to wscue some blooded bows from Knr You.Atut.K.-Pork steady and quiet: of the district bad eounUs iop- ate not .disease, but the revolt of a Precinct! No. 19..4 Delegates .
with.J N Y. which .
Mamaroneck. old .
ly coinpetitor was stable at men IIUSQUIS; prbnKtr 12.513jOO
his fire. bunt a blood Teasel and Middle quiet; short clear S4.TO.. Lard qtti* totoallj noainaWd!' bl:! b1..b t still vigorous constitution against Precinct No. 20..4 Delti otes -

was on death.WUt.law. and steady western steam 8.30; city steam Wtf eft Mt tbs district tobiIron4 lisease. There is a virulent disease in Precinct o. 21..3 Delegates .
Gets E.d.rser'et. blead to ______ LO ():.:s; options Sept. L4sc Oct.ttS.CHKAOO. ejfrryiag their instructions inal"eot. Precinct No. _. . .3 Delegate i ._ '
There was no he body politic, but it is not the dis- "
Tb* .. th. 4t..P- : .An*. -Cash anotaUon wen as opposition.ha Precinct No.23..y..1 IJetecate:
19w
peo ..tu,. 18-mitelaw te lows Mew pork 12.>:34,1L1. Lard I.V7HA I ease of anarchy but of plutocracy, resulting Precinct :No. 2.1. .... .r.1 Dele-atr -
go fSt th district haTe PmUDELPBU, Aug. LOO. Short rib loo** S-IOOSJU Dry alt A. i.Iag tv- .n !TwYoa T.rk._ from a wealth concentration Precinct No. 2;. ."*..**...2 Delegates ...-
tail der of Jerry Simp'onn Reid was a passenger by the, Chicago I shoulders boxed T.IC7.A Short cleat sides Nrr Aug. 17.-Th* front wall that' 'nct
endors- limited, leaving New, York at 10 o'clockon boxed $5.8>4t&n 4t [eater & B aTs new building; never before seen in any country It is requested pre# meetings -it S'

dim where Crxccncin, Auc. 17. Pork, from the of courts and legisatnres be held at earliest convenience. .,y'
tad ted at tbeouunend. the way to Springfield. His., ateadrt new y foferin s and Fifth,'yen *, conquest
a a convention of the Republican IC.:" Lard dun but steady current make r* people ere buried la QMalns. by the money power, from the By order State Committee. '
address
fie is to :XH. Bulk meats firm abort rife. a a KBacon "
r, was leagued easy abort clear SJO mastering of the main branches of In. ',D. F. McGRAW.

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, ..TLA'ITIC"S' FLOODTIDE AMO MEAT that they were rested out wet, fret SAID OF:,LOVELY WOMAN. TO THE TRAVCUNQ PUBLIC. FEDERAL POINT NOTES. DEhi9CMTIC CAIN.r

;i ;*M!.d.lhl'B sourer Bef.f* Ha4Glffantle a (reel a previous bather's 'dip in the The society of. ladies. _Ie tine school of.po1iteoe GEORGIA SOUTHERN AXD FLA,R. Correspondence Palatka Teas .....w..a., r-r. ape.Jtlac" i r sj All

Crew"nDadelpbJ& briny,Aee o-? .-Modfslt.Remember> (SCWANEE RIVER ROCTE), Rol FEDERAL POINT, August 15. FUrMa w.

Baeord. RA1LBOAD JntAYILT T .XED. :WOBMW b, sweet, perfect XAOf t: ..GA., June 1, 8D2.On As your regular eorresTondent from The state execntif comHMttef thq

High water mark in travel to Atlantic SMarMy was fee biggest day also to when'most'wofflanly-Qfewfetoae. account of the action of Florida this place is off duty I thought, with Florida democratic party has axle the

City was reached on Saturday last, and the the history ,tile two railroad BI I All I am, or can be, I owe to my angelmoher.AbraHm Railroads in refusing to sell tickets your kind permission, 3fr. Editor, I following appointment orjmbHc

stony whokoow laY that Philadelphia Reading shore, aad 11,999 by passengers the Penn reachedthe ylvani LJaooln.' I over our line because we declined to would do the best I could to keep you speaking br the candidates'the% ]lvea

popular warm weather refuse had the 11,108. $faay of these travelers were Earth has nothing .more tender than Increase bur rates In accordance with informed as to the most Important hap- and leading supporters of the fietAPPODmiEXTS. ;

lU history. Some idea fleas district Luther. their views, you are respectfully notified .
biggest d'Yln Kensington, which popaton pious woman's heart.- penings in this corner of old Putnam.

of the inflation of the City by the Sea turned oat excursionists from 22 He that would have fine guests, let, t.haby purchasing a local ticket I think rest will do your regular Jasper,August 12, noon.

may be had from the estimate that mills But and three clubs. the crowd' ,, him have a fine wife.-Ben Johnson.I to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City, correspodent good, for, judging from Live Oak, August 13, noon.

from 80,000 to 125,000 human beings everybody notwithstanding had a good tiaae, and if a Lovely woman that caused our from any point in Florida, you will the lucubratom of the last two weeks, Madison Marianna, August August 15 17, ,noon.noon.

ought the refiesning sea breeze there. man was inclined to mown over the cares can every care beguile.-Beres- secure a through ticket from either of his liver'must be out of order. De 'uuiak,,August 18, noon,

This added to the lack of accommodations, be could very those Junction points to any point 19 noon.
permanent popuk' in old ocean-o ford.A reached via Macoo. including all East- Our major, storekeeper, postmaster Milton August <
lion of 13,000, made a seaside city of easily drown eke.DnrxwIBesr bfe. grief woman's strength Is most poten. ern. Western and Northern points at a etc., J.F. Tenner,left here WednesdjT Peusacola, August 19,20 nigh

dose to 140,000 souls. The crowd was something when robed in gentleness.-Lanaartine. total cost to you not to exceed the for the North partly on business and Genre Gordo, August ,
'OR HABIT August :..2, noon."ernQ
something unprecedented. and thecrowd' Oil and water-woman and a secret lowest through rate of like class, partly to bring home Mrs.Tenney,who "Chipley, August 23, noon.adaAagost nJ
t.a Ten Days by AdmlnUterlBC quoted by line from the from ,
Cared at Home any point
accommodations something -are hostile properties.-Bulwer,Lyt has been North year and a half under 24, noon
which *tart This
Dr. Hal.e. Ooldem Specific. yon applies to both
abnormal, grotesque. Bath tubs wereat one way and round trip tickets. medical treatment for partial paralysis, G ? wood August 25,

a premium, and lucky was the man It can be given in a glass of beer, a ton.No man can either live piously or die In purchasing local tickets to any of and who is improriuj. We trust to see Chatta bodice August 27 26, 41.-

who of coffee or tear or in food, without wife. Richter. above named Junctions be careful to 'Blonnt 'town, August nofApalac
without
captured one to sleep in for the cup righteous a her come home completely cured. (cola August 29, nq

night. Besides the multitudes that had the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely Yes, woman's love i, free from guile take a recel t from agent at starting A picnic was held in W. A. Evans1 I Quino August, 31, noon. %
point for fare paid which should be
will effect ,
and
been left over from Friday, 23,000 people } harmless, a ana pure as bright Aurora's ray.-Morris. handed to our agent, so that he can grove the 12th insL, under the auspices Crawl rdsvUle, September ljon.

were carried down by the Reading permanent and speedy cure, whetherthe arrive at proper through rate to charge. of tho Methodist Church. The Tallah; ssce, September 2, Dt.r

and the Pennsylvania Railroads, and patient is a moderate drinker or an Disguise our bondage as we will 'tis For information as 'o rates, routes, lunch was free but the liquids were Monti ello, September 3 noon.3, not ro
alcoholic wreck. It has been given in through schedules and Parry: ptember ,
the board-walk in the evening was, in oasands of cases, and in every inOance woman, woman rules us stilL-Moore. accommodations apply to sleeping undersigned car sold, and as it was about the hottest '& wn. September 7, not{

the very apt phraseology of a prominent perfect cure has followed. It Woman need not look at those dearto day in the year the Ice cream and soda Ja-kso irille, September 9,ak},
JAMES MENZIES A. C. KXAPP
business nan who trod it, "a never falls. The system once impregnated them to know their moods.Howeils. .- Agent., Traffic water were In great demand. Upwardsof Green }ove Springs Sept. ifeoa.Hslatka .
General Manager
10 night
marching mile of human; flesh." ult r impossibility with the specific for the it liquor becomes appe-an Palatka, Fla. Macon, Ga. a hundred people attended, and the St. Aai: ustine, September r ll.on-

Even in the darkest hour of earthly : rain, which was considerate enough to 13 11 *
TZHICLES AT A PaEYJUIr. tits to exist.: Cures guaranteed. 48 ; DeL: ( September jTitnsvi

The 'first difficulty that stared the page book of particulars free Address ill woman's fond affecction glows.: One Dollar WeeklyBuys star off during the day, came on about le September 15, n|'

weary seekers: after rest and recreationia the GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race Sand. ,night and held the crowd prisoners until Sanford September 14" tTavare ,-noOrlandt -p

the face materialized upon their arrival Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Raptured man quits each dozing a good Gold Watch by our Club a late hoar. Your correspondentwas ,, Septemb Septej '
Our 14-karat filled
at the Atlantic City depots. They The Memll-Stevens Engineering sage, 0, woman, for thy lovelier page are System.warranted for 20 years gold-, 1ne Elginor cases kept'from attending,owi g to sickness Wildw

were encumbered with luggage, and it company has,closed contract to build -Moore. Waltham movement. Stem wind m his family, but from all reports Dade C

was, therefore,necessary for, them to a one-hundred-toa phosphate dryer for Decision, however sucidal, has more and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal I It was an undoubted success. BartowlArcadia

aide to their hotels in 'busses. But, the Florida Phosphate company ofPh08phor charm for a woman than the most unequivocal to an> $50 watch. To secure agents I Thoma Hamilton is suffering from a KIss 1m ]

where were the 'buue&-tha\, the a. Fabian success.-Hardy. the where Hunting we have Case none Watches, we sell for one the of i severe cold, and has been 'confined to TampaKey ,I

4\ empty ores? Myriads of 'busse, REGISTRATION KOTICK. There ii Great Excitement Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by I his home two days. WeManateJ.

loaded with perspiring passengers, In accordance with the law the office Rheumatic sufferers" the I express' ,,with privilege of examination I The citrus shipping season has begun Brooksv]
some perched on the steps and others Among over before paying for same. i here, Chas. Ingall having sent off two
for InverneJ
of the of
hanging from the windows, were to bean Supervisor Registration new remedy, that is being put up in Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: I boxes of lemons. From what 1 hear, Ocala S
Putnam county will be three (3) ,
open New York It is claimed there
City. confessed
"Oar jewelers hare they don't know others lemons
that ,
off but contemplate shipping
moving slowly none days in each week,commencing July 4, has never been a case where it has bow you CM furnish inch work for the more)." STBljIf

-could accommodate another rider. 1892 and ending on the second Saturday Our at Heath' S. C. soon. "
failed to cure. It is called Dr., Drum- Agent Springs, OYer. yonheauhv
Finally a fresh relay arrived, and the writes The agony of the prunary I
in August, 1892 from 9 a. m. to 12 mond's Remedy for Rheumatism : tl :
Lightning ,
people announcing their destinationsto "Your watches take ftt leht. Tb gentlemanwho do think it is a most unsatisfactory way
and from 2 to 5 hf
m. m. m. name- ,
p. p. and Is sold for $5 a bottle. got the Jut watch said tnt be dabbed of Grippe" : ,
candidates It far X
: the driven, got aboard. The career and Fri and priced Jeweler w&tcbe Lancaster,that nominating is
ly: on Mondays, Wednesday for itself rn use Electrii
of a specimen 'bus may be followed. The remedy is certainly making were BO better Uuui your,but the price WM 1n' better, in my opinion to have a convention -

The first man in it wanted to go to days.The district books will a world wide reputation, as the Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes an 1 get the fuss over at once. I directly orjney

hotel the beach. Be was registration i country is full of Rheumatism. The "Am In receipt of tbe watch,and am please was amused at the suggestion in ?, gents
near yourlast
a large
be at convenient in I it form thelafflicted !
open some place manufacturers sell it on an absolute without meansare. AU who hare teen uriC I
driven there, dismounted with his each district three days in would be cheap at$-0.- issue of simply counting the nominees wil
registration
guarantee, and offer! to refund the One good reliable Agent wanted for right In without the trouble of find eed\l
"valise, and the coach drove off. But in an sj
each week for two weeks commencing '
in where it does each Write for
money: any case place. particulars. taking Eletconvince
election. Of
minute he the porch course they are practically
reappeared on
a ,
August 1, 1892, firm 9 a. m. to 12 m., work Sent |
not a perfect cure.
EXPIRE WATCH CO.. NEW YORK elected to the beautiful YI
wildly his luggage at the owing eipbt-
waving acd from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m., viz: on of price. you need I
by prepaid on receipt dec4-tf
express
box law aud the of
dnver. appointment none Lowe & UlW
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.J. ;
Drummond Medicine Co. 48-50 Mai-
"Ilevt"! he yelled, "hold on a minute II. MERKYDAT but "died-In-the-wool" Democrats as
,
den LaneNew York. Agents wanted. QtZr\f\ ffBEATTTS ORGANS at election it looks betterto
will ; inspectors but
you OOUU.UU
Supervisor of Registration for Putnam V BROAI3,3. Poe par- l
Uulan cata;togne,addreos the of election P Ha
The vehicle stopped and the man keep up pretense an ,
I county. DANIEL F. BEA.1'TY.WubIDcon and favorabl
ran up and climbed aboard again. Election [Notice. New Jeney. anyway.We .
To Keep Harness Clean. been appoi
-
"Thecouldn't even bunk me on the are tickled to get a little money
I Clean your harness thoroughly, says out of the defunct bank of town brated "Do!
kitchen stove, he said, mournfully. : your ,
I the American Agriculturist, with a WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1891, FOR MEN ONLY and to While are about tht
"Driver, you can just take me around we hope get more. we I
large, coarce piece of woolen cloth under the Constitution of 1885, of the I and the manWinston |
with you to the next place you stop at; YOUNG MEN**OLD MEN" were not hurt so badly as some places,

maybe I can get in there. moistened with kerosene as often as it State of Florida,did pass a Joint ResolutIon KT II HI TUIS Of Tit SltrtlTS alt1Aat.flu we caught it badly enough.The ,N..,
..........
becomes dirty. After becoming out in rn. from Senato J
So the coach proceeded and after proposing an Amendment to the is u5 .vt.e, ... r ...._IsD"IHAKEOffTHE frogs seem jubilant once more,
a
few the previously disappointed, i the rain and mud clean it, and wipe it Constitution of the State of Flondaa, Y.r Iin qa...,...HORRID...4....l.SNAKES i.M**,,. as they have all the water they want the North Stl
squares with a piece of old flannel shirt quilted and the same was agreed to by a vote ......_.....**E...t.....It a""l1 now. ./ men as to thl

passenger disembarked with an aged double. If desired, a little good blacking of three-fifths of all the members OUR NEW BOCK Mr. Hatch
Orange trees are putting on a good
and his wife at "
man a cottage. Again
may be smeared over the wjpinganne1..0il erected to each House that the voteon i ,; Ma1Mr. d.. .,Wr every form;
the coach started, but again it was ; Si..1UJ.k aira.- growth, and the fruit Is swelling out..
and varnish make the har- the said Joint Resolution was en- w tie aal.M.a..t Y. dial run,in "1 ,
... G. W. Jr. I
halted this time by the entire three. rp. raa.aN a..1y :
F. C. Cqchin.
ness dity and rotton. When you bring tered upon their respective journals, HOME TREATMENT .. ]
We'll with driver I I 5,Y.tkMa.a.t..l..il el -
keep on they SUMMER
you, BATES. ,
in your horses soiled and sweaty, treat with the yeas end nays thereon, and 1 --.a. went-.1, John Carpenter, orJGoodland
"that The espial YuaNa
too. Lees a
aid place was "
next,place will surely take fat us in." I them the same way you do the harness they did determine and direct that the .......w..tea..f and au 1.4 D.ltatv. .?- The Georgia Southern and Florida says: I tried Chlmberlaln'sColic

I and they will last like the harness, a said Joint Resolution be submitted to _u11lae.b_Ur'. .M.a.l..rows. Kf Railroad is now preparinz rates for the -, Cholera and Diarrhok Remedy ",

A2rrWBERE CAME NEXT. good deal longer. Both treated as advised the electors of the State at the Gen- f SJkramkn. Ore**aaa*gas Iw.ta.ewla sae l..+r.I:t.r.ir,;i DlyaLeriD..I f travel out of Florida to all Summer Re- for diarrhoea and seve* cramps ,..
:But at the next place four passengerswere will keep simple and look well. be held in each county vWtelftrf. .!BOOT.**..U1.r.ut.er.a.
? eral Election to OKAAJII r AXTS. C..ar.. sorts, which will shortly be placed on and pains in the stomach ind bowels #
turned and all the rs Mir 0. M IMw :r.;:.=.town. .,. .
away, finally TUESDAY; TNNa..IM{MR 1M m. ,n.Iti.M. '
In Florida, on : next CO.BUFFA.0II.Y.ADMINISTRATOR'6 sale. with the best results. Inmost[ cases
hotels be' exhaust- The New Discovery. ERIE MEDICAL
preferable having n
You have heard friends and succeeding the First Monday in October This line is the shortest and fastest one dose win do. .Beaid" it's other
.d, the driver was instructed to drive I your 1892 said* good qualities it is pleasaot Uke."
Ue to
talking about it. You the Tuesday being SALE. out of Florida,carrying the West India .
neighbors
anywhere, and at each 'building at may 23 and CO cent bottles for sale by.
of the said October The said 7
4th .
day
and Florida mail
to all points West ,
which he halted the travelers i yourself be one of the many who know Ackerman &; Stewart, Drugjisls.s .
onlyappealed of tbe Es-1
la the matter
Joint Resolution) reads as follows ...
for a night's lodgingin !from personal experience just how good : tateof A. N. Edwards, ] Sale of Book Accounts and Northwest. Traina arrive and depart j

a bvdy-to be repulsed. An I you a thing are it one is.of If its you staunch have ever friends tried, be.it, Section 2 of ARTICLE Article X L of the Constitution B.J deceased OF dajrof AN I Mar ORDER, A. D.,BEARI5G lt!.i, and Macon.from Union Connection Depots made. Palatka with and al -

elderly policeman reported that at 2 cause the wonderful thing about it is, is hereby amended so as to made by the County Judge of Putnam County, Lines in Macon with the vestibule limited Li rTe

o'clock Sunday morning he saw the I that when once given a trial,Dr.King'sNew read as follows: "The exemption pro Florida I will,sitting offer for lu ITobate ale at:public outcry, to the for the Carolinas, Virginia and eVlca f

coach, slowly lumbering along, the Discovery ever after holds a vided for in Section 1 of Article X of highest and beet bidder, for cash at the fronCdUOI' the East, and with through sleepingcar Ii'' t 1
he Constitution of Florida shall inureto of the Court house, at 1'aUtka, In laid
ID the house. If have never lines for resorts In Tennessee Kentucky
place you #
horses with banging heads and stumbling County,dorm the legal hour of wile, on the .
used. it and should be afflicted with a the widow and descendants of the FIRS* TUL.SLAY LN 8FFTEMB Rnext.being and all points .North and North ." 11t. .,
feet, the driver asleep, but cursing cough, cold or any Throat, Lung of party entitled to such exemption m the the 5th day of aid month all Book Accounts in west. Sleeping cars between Palatka ,;t..t'
in his dreams and the viz One half favor of Aid Estate.to the amount of f3I01A .
softly following proportions, :
passengers Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once Sold AeoouaU will be cold a*a whole. and Macon. 'f
snatching uncomfortable naps on and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed thereof to the widow, if there be a JAMES C. CONDREY Trains leave as follows:

one another's shoulders. Almost every every time, or money refunded. widow, and the remaining half to"the my27-td Admininrator. A. M. P. M. Mus: !! g '1 1s

coach on Saturday afternoon went :Trial druggists.bottles free at Lowry &; Ilulse's, child or children, the latter and taking his or the their interest descendants JACKSONVILLESteam Palatka..4:43 24 4.45 ;

through the same experience.The their parent or parents would take if llamieton..6 6:30
Lake .... .. .
Handling Sick Few Is. City T.:41 8CO f
If there be child childrenor
all re. no ,
hotels that turned the un- ,
away For folders and other Information ,
No wishes the descendants the ,
one disagreeable dutyof then exemptionsshall lu
-fortunates were perfectly justified in DygiA & GmaninR Works apply to
handling sick fowls,says Farm and inure to the widow, if there be
their seemingly inhospitable course. A. C. KNAPP, JAS. MKXZIES,
no will, as provided in Section 4 of this
sick fowl seldom
Fireside. A care to
Their parlors were lined with cots; Article. If there be no widow then Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent,
eat, but it will drink. Then why not 28 .i.WDaD Su,bet.Bay and Fonyth. Macon,Ga. Jacksonville.BEATTYS ,
shall the
the to descendants
billiards rooms were utilized by sleepers exemptions enure 1 i.
give the medicine in the drinking of the party entitled thereto,
and even bathtubs were at a OXLY FLACK OF THE KEJD IX FLORIDA.
PIA>' OS AND ORGANS.
water? There are a few remedies. and such exemptions shall apply to all 1rT
premium. One barber shop was filledas debts in bectiou lion. Daniel F. the -
For the Cholera give a teaspounful of except as specified 1 Beatty, great
to its every chair by men who had of said Article." LadiN"aDd Genu' Wear of every description Oran and Piano manufacturer, Is I
liquid carbolic acid In each quart of Now notice of such determination leaned or D1fJd.gorartlee and
been unable to obtain! other accommo- therefore building shipping more Organs
dations. Many, driven to desperation, drinking water. For indigeston use five is hereby given, with the charge one way.* dlnu goods by express, I pay and Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr.

drops of the tincture of nux vomica] following instructions: Beatty left home penniless ,
hotel office with bold plow-boy
would enter a a For croup use a tablespoon of chlorateof Any elector desiring to vote at such H. BALLOU, Proprietor. and By his indomitable will
front, and, recognizing the uselessness election in favor of the said Amendment bl.tf worked his way up so as to sell so far

of asking for rooms would merely say: potash. For general debility use shall have written or printed, nearly 100,000 of Realty's Organs and
Gimme key 128." the nux vomica one day and twenty and on the same side thereof as such SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to

The innocent clerk imagining tha* ,drops of tincture of iron the next. names are written or printed the words dishearten him obstacles laid in his

here was a regular boarder, would For little chicks that are weak in the FOE THE AMENDMENT," and any TO AX ORDER A3TD{ DECREE: way, that would have wrecked any
hand over the key and ail would be legs use a tablespoonful of phoephrte of elector desiring to vote against said ;PCRSCANT, made June 3d.1892.by the Conn ordinary man forever, he turns to an apdFarly
well until the rightful occupant of the Amendment, shall have written or ty Jndjr of Putiuu CoaD7' Wni U>. advertisement and comes out of it
soda. Give all these remedies in one on such ballot, the side matter of the u Arthur ; His instruments
room returned and entered hs{ apaitnent. printed on a*Executor of the estate of Susan = brighter than ever.
Then violent language would quart of water. They may not be "sure there above prescribed, the words deceased, for the purpose of bibganndd\ beet as is well known are very popular and
the "AGAINST THE AxxNDXENT.1tThe will offer at public tale,to tbe found in all of the
be heard oozing briskly through cures, but the method is the easiest, b'f der,for ash In front of the front door oft are to be parts
,crannies of the door. cheapest and best. votes cast on this question shall '*e Court HOM / in PalatVa, Putnam County nrorld. We are informed that during
be canvassed and declaration and r*. Florida on MONDAY the lit day of August, the.next; ten rears 'he' intends to seA
A SCRAJtBLX FOR rnovx nza. bema Ian during the legal born of tale,the fofiovrng -
NOW' TRY THIS turn thereof shall by the In- real estate situate U Putnam County,Fieri 200,000 more of his make, that means
On Saturday afternoon the hotel dianers It will cost and will .pecton,awl, by the County Canyasetug da,to-wit: Aa undivided OM-haU & bit a business of $20,000,000 if we average-
were, as is the custom, unusually you nothing Board,and by the State Caayase- fly (S)acres more cr test of the westerly hem at $100 each. It is already the

3ood,. but toward evening the atom- surety do you good,if you have a Cough, mg hoard in the same manner" at of Lot oiaiX OQ south(IX Block of Ran thirty-two. twmtyall(J2V TownahipBter asst. largest business of the kind in exist F .

Cold?; or ,anT troable with Throat, the frame times as votes cast tat persons being a part of the Joseph Benandes Cr.nt. ence. Send to Daniel F. Beattr,"VT* hrjgton -
arrivals
of .
demands had
-achlc new I' Chest,or Lungs Dr.KLag's' New Discovery for offices at said election are required July. 1I&o.A. D.IS2.COOK CARLXTOX.iyltd New Jersey, for Catalogue.
>eea so great that provisions ran out. by law .to be canvassed,,de- Special Cotamlamosa.Notice .
hen white-capped chefs and uniformed for CoBftusptioB, Coughs and dared and returned. Bright people ai., the quickest to

elevator boya might have been Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or The attention of the Sheriffs is called recognize a good thing and buy it. We a
seen racing wildly about trying to money will be paid back. Sufferers to the law to Debtors and Creditors.rzns0NsnAvINGCLAmsAGAINST.
requiring them to cause a ell lots of bnght people the Little Early
from La Grippe found it just the
butter and meat and !
borrow regejtablesfrom thin notice of the said election to be published -
hostelries. This and"under its use had a speedy ALL Risers. If you are not bright theseills
neighboring in a newspaper''printed in the Estate ,of ISSM W. Brown deceased ,
P. F.Peek.
too, notwithstanding that a spcciafprovision perfect recovery. lTry! a sample bottle county, if there be a paper in tie lawot Putnam County Florida. will present > will make yon so. THESTAN04
train had arrived in the morning at our expense and for yourself, teen to me, duly authenticated, within the
how it is. Trial bottles county; and if there be no paper pub- tines prescribed by law,or they win be barred: .-
just good a thing -
from l'h ade1phiA. For supper it lished in the count, they shall-cause aid all person Indebted to said estate will Mart. .
free at Lowryn:; 1 Drug !!! ; f.EEw.
was almost an impossibility to set at least ye copies of this notice to be make payment to me.CHAKLSS a :
Store. size COc.'and 100. W. BROW1C ,.... )
Large
neat .and there close .Ww
Sunday was
on
ported in the most public places in the Administrator. ? ....rw,W r rn..w.rN.Mrww..m
to a famine. Frotmju. :Pour, FLA.Jane iota,l B.jeldtw ML wesm
county. ..
Attention, Gem City Guards 1 i WA' ki ... r.ne Y r.ar.M.w -.0.. .
The boardwalks during Saturday and In testimony whereof, I have here- ._ ary. ."...berr
Sunday can: beat be described in the There will be a Guard Mount and i unto set my hand and have here- Notice to Debtors and Creditors. --.-.-.,.--.-....RIMy .

words of a prominent businessman* Dress Parade in front of the Putnam nstoaffixed the Great Seal of Florida, 'nw..w- "ww- '-+..". .r

*'It was marching miles of human House, Friday, August 19th, at 6 p.m. at atTal'jhassee the Capital, this 22d THE UXDIRSU3XED RAVING BED ......... 81 For
flesh." The crowd was of the nature day of June A. D.I89"l.J013 appointed aaAqwJined as the Execn -....--....,..r.
Members are hereby ordered to assemble tor of the last will *c4'tectameat of Jacob Tan Anwb1 wlr..M.rr.N-.rr..1..d rII
that prevails on Chestnut street during L. CRAWFORD, EUwenberg..deceMed notkf :. hereby given to '-
the night of Presidential election re at Armory by 5:30 p. m. jyl-td Secretary'of State. creditors to present their tlalm against said aLit II IDab.raaa.sed t.r t.
estate to me within the U-J. prescribed by law, I ICII'
turns. One small, insignificant soda By order of E. M. ]lCL.U.BY.Captaln they win be barred; daapenoes indebted .. .
water stand alone took in $102. A Commanding. Don't forget the ice cream festival for CO said estate will makepi y.tent t*me. i' t.r.lrrl.w.w1l.l.a.' bSa at.Rra.dbik.frrr.r ,wf7MM .
street car in one trip captured 158.45. the benefit of the Gem City Guards on B.J. BROAD Zzeeutor.WtAJtAFlA .: =*:'**:::''{'"* WMwa....

:Bathing suits were in so great demand Ripans Tabules purify the blood. Monday night, at Dunn's Park. .' ,Ja113tJ1. l8i myll-S ,.--..aau.&Ttacv.a..aa0r..rru.,.......








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c tRSELY TELEGRAPHIC.Tfc .GEORGIA Xzaetly Sntted FARMISB-to n: .rU THOUGHT r......... iermanSyrup" S A Baker VERTREES&.dO.

./ Flack Over the Wirer .1I From the Southern CultlTator. -

I m All |6 eta. Don't neglect your garden.

eta Cayalrr are ilowlj drll Brains are a good feitUI% r.
oft the Cherokee Stripe
Reduce the acera e in cultlratlon.
Dakota smallpox qaarantiapnnljKK .
T has been raised.to. A good ration-perspiration.

P al ct Layering,of 011.v, IIL, Keep on putting In forage crops.

t Order receijyitt tut who attempted assauit t Closely watch your growing crops. G. Gloger, Druggist Watertown. Orange Boxes Wraps '

i [ *t tb. California bandit ha Farm and farming Improve togethei Wis. This is the opinion of a man .:
Wb 1LITAT jfwEA' coyer and his eaDtan Is tar Never hesitate about Improving who keeps a drug store, sells al

medicines, comes In direct contact .
IPguec BOUT' E, ;tbe Horton, Ark.,i o.gro Block with the '
and their families
LOUD. caneonfn..d wen. to the butcher] Every improvement counts. and knows patients better than anyone else, Hoops and Nails,I

farrUon if at Loon Lake, Work sjktematicallv. how remedies sell, and what true MAXUrACTUKEB or ,
I's condition Is practlcallj Less whip and more oats is better
PIIeP j d i"Coo merit they have. He hears of all
stn to ,gOr Lift.nd naro." for stock. the failures and successes, and can ,- AND WHOLESALE DEALERS DT:-1
or ter. ot v a t rltlct x,f [tim their hiding of Smrthfleld place and, Pa.atif ,, Planting more tLan can be t!thorougl therefore judge : "I know of no '

cultivated is a waste. medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat, CYPRESS AND YEllOW PINE[
15* Flour Grits Corn ] Bran Ha : Oats Cotton
No Er of Dubuque commit The early plowman turns up many t a or Hoarseness that had done such effective ,
x Atlantic City by hanging
Bu1''c.eid oweL large return Def acre. work in my

pivK tee Mulberry and South A farm is not self-sustaining in the Coughs family as Boschee's LUMBER Seed Meal andJFertilizers. '
of \\rg, Miss., burn.d.ttcux Loss that its German Svrup. Last
quoo0.q best and fullest sense- buys Sore Throat
w winter a lady called OLD J., T. Jk K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.
r' latle Conrentlon at Boli measures. SATSUMA rilOHl-S, FLA. .
Hoarseness, at my store,who was
at1oY, becca Treasurer Freeman was bom- Conduct your farm on business suffering from a very ryAll orders will receive prompt attention and quick 8hIpmenU made.jES

J ,odwr of Brownlngton. Ma,, principles. severe cold. She could hardly talk, Notice ,of Removal
of
W wb dow at Clinton,Ma, Politics has been compared to John and I told her about German Syrup
and w
son grass.If and that a few doses would give re- Tbor.,1.PdtalInstruction. Gr tat.e:
cttag tc <
S t feai you would be wise, learn from lief; but she had no confidence in In consequence of the rebuilding: of dried to MMltKms.. Catalogue free. Write to ,'

fork d.. ad your mistakes. patent medicines. I told her to takea the Store No. 51 Lemon street SHORTHAND .rm I nuncH S =ss s COUll.

slimsan.aa Promptitude of action is necessary In bottle and if the results were not LOUWVILLE KY.A. .
satisfactory I would make no chargefor
farming. C. I. ROWTONhas
it. A few days after she 'called
Keep an account between yourself
r- and paid for it, saying that she removed to the comer of Lemon
and the farm.Knowledge. would never be without it future asa and Front streets, in the Kean Block, V. MOUNT. ALTER THOMAS.
in farming should be lately occupied by H. T. Vatterlit.
few doses had given her relict" m< ,
f systematized.The where he will be glad to supply his

only way to be successful is to patrons as heretofore with the BEST MOUNT & THOMAS.
"The Little Putnam"SAMPLE and FRESHEST FRUITS In season
do .
it
yourself.Always
Oranges, Bananas, Strawberries, Apples
be in readiness for the next Tomatoes, Dates, FUp. Raisins,
work on the farm. BOOM, ? ike., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes,

; Weeds are only a side issue in farm I LEMON STREET, PALATKA FLA. Pies and Candies.

- Tell Line of ChoiM Wlnee,Liquors and Clcrc Cigars,Tobaccos,&c.of the choices
f''I life.There alwaTSln Stock.rrorttenrrom brands.
is no use discussing or delayIng ; the Countrr Proliptljr Filled Pure California Grape Juice and Staple I

the matter. We are compelledto oO-3m CHAS. HERE: Proprietor. I New York Apple Cider. ray6- andFancyGroeeries'PALATKA.

begin some system of manuring that

will bring our lands up and give them "WAT. DOWJT OTOJT DC: 8WAVZK ElBBXB." J. G. MANGOLD

renewed life and strength. Clean ,
i Its .
FLO ILID A.
culture has about lost its fertility. White Sulphur LEADING ARTIST IN 1

sky' lioT'Mleblrce of lndiCCC Feed the plant if you would have the '

of the dantTeed JOU.Unfertilized. Springs Hotel.W. PORTRAIT mLANB CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

,. a giganttortga soil should not be
locked turned to the surface. T. KING, Manager. 6APE rWTNMFMY ALL GOODS WARBRNTED OR MONEY REFUNDED. J JalMy

' moqy The farmer should make the farm WHITE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. FRONT STREET, FALATKA,

ward sustain himself and stock. ATTEND PROMPTLY TO CALLS A. D.8TETE5S: ,K.E.
RATES BY WEEK OR )iO ITii. WIIX. .Manager Enpneenn Department.
SPECIAL nw' '0t Groves,Residences,etc,wlU.
Plow while sluggards sleep,
CilALT
deep WHITE SULPHUR and
boy, was ..nea lance of Studio. Always up J. R. MERRILL Manager Blacksmith Sbops.
er at Slous and shall have corn to sell and to BEATS: WATERIn tne Booth Spring discharging to the'UtMtttytc*of Portraiture. If you want
you
rations boor. A. E. .
| Miss Luskin ewer 1,500,000 per a yourself or old Pictures enlarged try MERRILL: Manager Boiler Shops.SCCCESSQIfcjTO
I Cores diseases of all kind tatt-tf Cra.Jrf
the Big keep. ending off to some free portrait
;itr. A young Always taking out of the meat tub I triad. Call and..specimen ao20-3m

'Jwnadinaaim-distance away.COMMUTED. and never putting in soon comes to the M FrillStOll -
& the BEST.loco. CO.
M. J.
otiom. Murphy. IEATTVS ORGANS =d : Bllinooring
.. AddrNa. DAMICL f. BEATTY,Wa.b.IDI1OI1. .
Farming is loo much "hum drum, .New Jersey. DovO-tf

+ 11.1ar.. .t BisBucb too much labor and too little brains, .

,... ..... too much brute force and too little
w Inn street I BilW Pator. MRS. H.E.ARMI&TEAD
onraor mind.A I ( : J. E. b1ERRILLttCo.IMechanical |

uh4 theezt man in debt must live hard to

.. R et out. Better then, do this at once, Pract tilllllr & UfISSIU!
Friia/ than to be a lifeti%rat it. WHOLESALE: RETAIL and Electrical
Engineers
fi The grand design'**LaU farming J-

PoStOB 00 la operations is the production of cropsor WIlES, UQUflfiS m AR8r LEMON 8T,PALATKA. TLA.HTTba .
streets
some product that will find a sale

lghttob.s upon the market. Agent for the celebrated; J. W. Harper Latest Styles and a Good fit QoaraoMed. BOILER AND BLACKSMITH WORK
Forget not to put in an extra crop of &Silvester Whiskies. A full line Hats sad Trimmings U Protnsfaw.
Hats Trimmed to Order wiwea U Deed of
:1' row era sweet potatoes. Economize time and of the best brands at the lowest prices.Whis1iiesz t&Lncla this liw, I respectfully request a trUL any.
fie Iron labor where possible.
.aoh.d tee The farmer who succeeds must exercise In the best manner and at shortest notice. B;)Uers, Engines and Machine
e r:| from alt careful forethought while makingdue of all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of building srnau
i Rye.._......$160Beef. C. KELLY Launch and Steamboat Hulls of ,.
JSlUdbia.oondi&a: perpa ration for his work. ............. I. E. SteeL WA also furnish Boilers and Machinery
'S '> Make a memorandum of is and stick Silver Wedding..................... SMftllresterRye and Wood Hull if desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for West.
*Mf bUrs of to it; to use your cotton seed on your .... a to house Engines. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. We keep on hand
o ls personal own land instead of selling them. J.W.Standard Harper"A A"Bourbon.......... 180 40 -SIGN OF- a full hue of Boiler Makers and Blacksmith's ,supplies. Second-Handl Machinery
1 aD4 etb.r'Vtral Bring up your land to a high degreeof -o-j'I) V, bought and sold. Write for estimates. and prices.

11.1. s.cariaQqri calls fertility by thorough culture and The Jug Trade a specialty. Country The Big Coffee Pot! OFFICE YND SHOPS-133 and 140 EAST BAY STREET J..CX80l'iTtLLX..Fr.\.
judicious and abundant fertilization. orders solicited oc23-tf
r...&.*au Bits s f Instead of controlling the markets of cA Full and Complete Line of
of late the worM, the markets are actually STUVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and
}what was controlling us by us making beggan. Tremont Hotel, TINWARE which must be sold. BAMBERGBusiness
Experience has demonstrated the will pay to inspect this stock,as I keep
fact that crops that are desirable can (roBMXKtY' HOTXI.!'OGJIt.) nothing but the best of evetTthing.
'kWyee.lafprtob.s only be produced by care in the vari- Plumbing, Tinning und Gas Fitting -
OUt processes required in their cultlva- KEWBAX STREET.: NUB BAT JACKSON executed the most approved style,
( VILLE. rLA.PEVTRALLV and at low
feet that promptly prices.
the p--, tion.Every one knows that an article of LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE: Don't forget the place. Sign of the

d d1.vn. good quality finds a ready market J Rates YEAR.,f 100 Thoroughly to$t.ouper Renorated.day. Hg Coffee Pot, Lemon Street, between CollegeS
h'n when one of poorest quality goes beg Second and Third. '
T. i work posted.of ging for a sale, and this is a matter for DO DOB: A CTLLENS.Proprietors..
IT all of the careful consideration of farmers. DOTIJ-&D .
t /tion ward We will continue to be poor if we I THE ACME
*fthe murl1&f1hal- continue to lose all the profits of our BAMBERG, S. C.
legitimate business. This is exactly
wtl made and the APARTMENT HOTEL .
S i the sit what has us poor same
I to beta course will keep us poor. a .."
hid rT.Tbe The tanner should realize that farm Refitted and Refurnished with Entirely New
a. here SO lag has not yet reached perfection; Fun ture ThrooKhoat. Centrally Located,eon.
4Ba renlent to Depots and Boat Landings, food
maiD
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that improvements arc possible in a Dining Room In Connection, with Correspond. THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECTS
that lDould thousand things; and his constant ng Low Prices. .
bee Rooms,SOc. LOO -;
and careful observation should J"rJ'nrDtlbed to f per Day
study .11.410 to S4.Mper Week. _., ,
be to discover the better plan. H. A. BURT,Proprietor,
The entire absence of a rotation of 111 W.Bay Street, JacksonrUle,ria. BOOK-KEEPING, SHORTHAND,
bed crops, which cannot be practiced with (oef.t1-'r}
fie the all-cotton policy and 'under the
before

a event atth tenant system."When we .can make every acre we 'IT STANDS AT THE HEAD 0 'eR TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP. r'

.milieu cultivate produte more than two, and

$w teats at the same cost, then we need noth- CURE If you want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS
II beater s ne better than cotton until it goes below YOURSELF!
per) four cents per pound." Iron bled with Oonorrbcet.WhlteeJSpennatorTh at a MINIMUM COST, come to our College. Send one cent stamp

i wmD r "1 Mother Earth, the .farmer's bank The OALIGRAPH. or any unnatural d each ara.k" for'Catalogue. 4 Jjl-tf .
Y an will always pay hadsome dividends on .our druggist for a bottle ef
I deposits, and there is no danger of I Biff O. It cures (a a few dars
a+soorQ
I without the aid
of
publicity
as lOw. exhausting the surplus unless it is pen. RESPECTFCLLY call tbe attention ef thepaWie I doctor. Non-poisoooo* and a
cloned out. to the "CALIGRAPH" WRITI OACHI.VE $ guaranteed not to strict.,. O. LOPER BAILKT.: CHAS. J(. MILLIARD.GhLOPEK .
,renowned the world over for bl< Mt SPEED simplicity and strength of COi*
fry Grain,., Cast TRCCT10X. and lone-tested DURABILITT.vperior by .
.am usrtelW Go to Lei's Springs, County,
MAMrOLDDtO-Eaciest, Steadiest Tb ITUS Clumicil Cat
Q, hi Tennessee.A and least depremion in wrttinf. LenA KeyBoard CINC4NNATI, O. BAILEY & CO.
separate key for each character and>O"SHI1fT
Summer Resort .
Popular twenty .* All pans Interchangeable and bear.'tbla Y.e.a. S
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one miles from Knoxville,on the first- Inn ADJUSTABLE. % o0 .
Machine effered not pon Its "Reeo d"or
-TU class, newly,completed Morrlstown and -Label,"bat upon Its IXTRUfSIC

Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and'elegraph Prices and Orcolars on appucatlon. Fire Life and Accident Insurance

.. Office on the place. Fa&sen JAS. A. BAIK, Agent, J. HESTON' .

La gene from the North and East via h2Wm FahUka. ITa. r -.-,

betint orristown[ ; from the South via Knox.

rOle; from the West via Knoxville BE A MAN Wood Yard, PALATKA FLORIDA. S a..

a and Cumberland Gap. Superior nat t!

>m oral advantages, viz: Fine, Romantic APfiLQ WAS A KXFECT MAN. ORANGE STREET,NEAR UfIOY ;

Mountain[ Scenery with Signal Point ttHICT ii r.M I-.ATIIit.a II VMISrHTtA
s h____..__... DEPOT. F 1Plusical Perfectfoitlaborloca
higher and more commanding than -,an.+--....-
in LOokout Mountain. Remarkably cool w fc STMB Hard Wood cut to length, deliveredIn ti wkd yon seek Palm} O
eel neoaevs an n.esls. 1. gs. write a about
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aDd Healthy Location. Superior nat .. YON MEN /R IILl, all parts of the city. Lowest New York Prices'I
uABl Mineral Waters White Sulphur, ".....M nt.H., ,.... finis 1I- "'-or ter y.TEINWA .
lie mack Sulphur and Chalybeate, acknowledged BUJTT. test w T.Ws, ilea. Scroll Sawing and Turning done to
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Y.SW
ter'I. the best south of the Po ** .rkfrtral n.d ZxttMM.Wrrr. at.en order. se2-tf ,,
tbs tomac. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths. rWoIAL. M rntrme waai.eu.D.A.Ua e.a eel t1resew. : and tats.a.at1.r..

eic Good Society, Music, Dancing and tt. B08LS THAUTT .* I'I'Hft' l.k EstfLslelaa
t 11&_.tk.rrte tad rw*t d...-- >
i usual amusements.Comfortable Rooms, w.claim by yea,ef practice fef '!P.JtJLllJ! tY. tthttlttla +
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Beds and food Table Fare. Board oar eirlMtv'0It veibort 6CCEe"ic a .worse"YOiOPOLY &nM-
1 ws f30 to $40 per month. Post Office is lag an M -,w= W .........._ ......... ... .
named LEA'S SPRINGS Grainger AAtetteMfrom ::.. m.rain d.AU Mm .efo ealraere
w =
County East Tennessee.,. Send for -yftW, --I-" erat..eujee states all,.Ttrrtterta..alM.paaRai .,..a..u.Nl_a r..e....r.ort....,eve lea...... so every *'e 3tfg.Y.yIesa! > SiUtl iel .. .. ......
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liar. x.11 p.1d tae nmlted%1e. 5.5 mra..d.WS.1a 1IIMr. D.cwe1ow *
Descriptive Chi >=r'1carYarr a-t\llMt .....ds. ........ sproe..e ma 5.OII fir .. r t..m era.w a'
'': Address M. J. HUGHES, w..=. ,aad aaftfr ty SBafi.M peoee. /A k mmmff
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President and Manager.i I atIt& MElttGALeo.rrALO."T" ea. ..,,....,..Y. LUDDFIr BATES, 5vwiBaIi, Cre t U aKa l ,.




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GO TO THE: DON FOB CUT PRICES IN DRY GOODS AND SBJQES.: 37 LEMQN STREET. .

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PAIATKA..., tfEEKiI TIMES A Redaction !. Twee.T I TRIBUTE- .Of RESPECT. I AN ASPIRANT FOR OFFICE*, HVNTTaOTON nws. TERSELY TELEG___. ,d.P tfi
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:; C J. Bwfer.,J[Chairman ofuadlidnnirstinforms I HAUL 6r PK>NETER: LODGE Q IOO(ETQWNf Angust 15. Correspondence D-atta 'J1meI.'Bm"TINGTOS. Hew Items That YIa.n Oeea rfbw

; '. sasel.:of C.a No. I.O.O.F.. I' I want to t.ellyouthac Josh, my old ; August 16. s.m Allr.latlI. ,

McKCNZIE'i BURTZ. PU.LlfrH RS that of tie fifteen mifl tax levied by I PAL.TLtu.. Aagett 16 1892. i 1-:
thinks he that' '
M man, is so popular he On Wednesday evening, lath in t., }naelsds an drbaC"d. tho!." i
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slat Board racla4ed a one and one-half 1 WHEREAS, In the dispensation of orter runv fur office,and that it is a clean In Persia' ;. .

p t OFFICE la Dan BolUlnc cruet Street. Mill special road tax. ; Providence it has pleased AlmightyGod case of .'office.seeks the man.*' one of the most beautiful entertainments I Four thousand eel>> drlnn ofpkrla aw

next to Pout Ofaoe.JS From this it will be seen that the rev to remove from oar mist,o&r beloved Ever since he put on that new. suit was given that has ever taken on The a strike.United Tjrpotnetw of' A myna W I* isMmion

eons tax ha, therefore been reduced i brother, D., .L.. KtNAULT,who of clothes last spring; everybody about place wilhia the limits of our picturesque I at Toronto : .9TU

scBscRirnox mrx-one Year. IIM; *u to tl MeD and one-hall mills against i departed -thith life August 15* 1S92 QuIggUtown has been little town of Huntington ship ThndlUl was W ofj the j t4ot
making a heapof of U.
25 -CeoU.ftabecriptloM Man with her crew ..
Three Jfraths
Month, 80 Cent* ; and indeed it has never been surpassed -I.
one la adranoe.PALATKA. fifteen tot year. The roads last year aged sixty-five years, after a.brief ill him. He says they put themselvesout At Delmar, Del.ftttr bultdn&ll9re4.

were worked under militia law. ness. to shake hands with him, and are except perhaps by the mem- stroyed ky flrt. Loss, '1S. H ,

AUGUST 19.1892. Of the one and one-half mill special ,Itetolred, Thai te- his death our always so like and orable event of the German given about The Masonic grand lodirtot Oi Indias er Illfop ,
.FLA., smiling- friendly Wm. is In *lon at Tableq",
Mrs. e
ha lost hose and: worthy three ago by Mr. and territory .
Lodge aa years
road,tax half the amount paid by Paiatka when
they meet him but I think it'sall nilnoi latloa l
: ; The Fifth regiment
member his wife and children a kindan Brooks of Mrs. K. B. Huntinglon. .
daughter
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: : property owners will be used fcr; U encamped at CamP lAala,
T Brand Milk 10 cents can, on account of his clothes. Guard
husband and father
Tip o pat I affectionate .
the The occasion of last week was Plans for the new ,.,.0 ne *Br to p, ) o 0
improving streets. and the of its best and One of the old from
one neighbors
Granger's.D. community Jumpin' -. the giving by Mrs. C. Cheatham and stationed at Baltimore are now'adl. ;bua'aP
"Late to bed and early to rise will most respected citizens. Gully met him the other day and -Father Bill" Dalf. th t?* aa; II
in Paiatka of
Pomona was her sifter Miss Sudia Mathis a
of
,
W.
Perry: Jlesohed, That as Old Fellows maltrwUUC tW ..
In trouble for
he "Mr. Wambleton .y
l.ok
shorten the road home in the says as
to you
your and friends will fifteenth birthday to Miss Corrie
:.. Tuesday. neighbors we ever party Kansju City street ear eondafc, trial }
__ skies But to bed and "Little did ten "
early a.
cherub his memory in grateful recol you year ago. Cheatham. the charming young niece to form unto and were diseased.: Itaf
'Judge Irving Gillis u recuperating in Early Riser," the pill that makes life lection, and that we tender to his Everybody thinks he ought have an Vexatlon'aad delay ear et.r ;ic pr 1*
South Caro-
from
ot Mrs. Cheatham
the Old North State. longer and better and wiser. P. F. widow and children our warmest and office except Mrs. Airpuller. She is as mat of the sugar bounty to o %tle producer

Peek. tenderest in their affliction *. Ill i
sympathies
Pears are &plentiful on the market The tee cream festival rorthe benefitof and bereavement. mad as fire about it. She got on a regular lina.The dance was opened on the arrivalof ,, The late John O. Warwick left patque
in the the ether Tint creditable record ** "taployel
but the prices! are still up. the Guards August 22 promises to, Kttolctd, That our Charter and Lodge rampage post-office the 9:30 p. m. train at Huntington, .fubor. *f
Room be draped in mourning for a day, and abused everybody in Quiggle- I "
and Butler of .Don't which brought many invited guests to Batter Stein and two tons ofrmanr.
S Messrs. E. B. Lane I surpass anything yet attempted. : period of thirty days, and that a copy town generally, and then began on the Yruck lightning and fc* WB&
callers Monday. fail to do in making it a grand i tendered to the the Casino, which is one of the most were -
Melrose, were pleasant : your part of these resolutions be Wambletons. Josh was in there and yacht : 1
of deceased brother and perfect halls for a dance to be found in reprodnceV
success financially, family our Mule .will soon pt
of Pomona passed I when she called his his
S. 8. Green, name temper rile
that a copy be sent to the city papers Florida. :The capacious salon was 1 that were
through Paiatka Tuesday en route to Mr.,a04 Mn...Mucklow, formerly of for publication. riz, because we have six grown sons, most brilliantly illuminated by large I King OutIrlshA

Atlanta. __ St. Atigaetia ,!lave moved here to reside liro. RENAULT was born m Paris, and they are thought well of, too, for :
___________ hanging lamps with brightest reflectors, by listenman i
The steamship City of St. Augustine in future aid are BOW looking' ,for France, and was initiate Into the five of 'em can play the fiddle) and sex and the tables covered with snowy1;

arrived In port yesterday. She is discharging a suitable h
at the Georgia Southern dock. in. Mrs. Mucklow, when Miss.. Alice : W., H. CYRUS; name of Wambleton again-if you cakes, lemonade; and, iu fact, all the from flftean

Madden, lived here and has many E. E. IlASKEIX: do I'll kick A. Airpuller Esq., into the 01
good things one's heart could wish.
Two schooners arrived in port yesterday JOSEPH PKICE, I by
friends to welcome her rrturn.-T.-U. middle of next week. She is power-
consigned to W. A. Merryday Committee. It was a party of buds; yes, most W1
ful jealous, especially when I get a new
and B. S. Crosby & Co. They were Landlord W. T. King, of the White lovable, artless bewitching young
The last I which
There is comfort for the man with a gown. one got, was buds with here and there be f J Itt
loadedVith orange Box material Springs 'Hotel, ,was ;ja> pleasant, callerat to seen a
v, .. -T -- this office Wedne d l\.lIe reports prematurely gray beard in Bucking over a year ago, she went right to ,Pa- sprinkling of matronly grace, which .

Brlgnt people iu" the quickest to quite a crowd of visitors to White ham's Dye, because it never fails to l iatka as soon as the seen it bought two added a pleasurable dignity to the occa } :

recognize a good thing and buy it.V e Springs.Mr. I color an even blown or black as may new ones that made me feel' ashamed sion. The music was excellent, produced

lots of the Little Early of minerSald she was going to Irelandto
tsell bright people be desired. by selected musicians from fct.

nisers. If you are not bright these T. B. Hickenlooper, of Francis, see her four fathers but she couldn't Augustine. Terpsichore himself was t n

pills will,make you so. P. P. Peek. made us a,pleasant call Wednesdi'We /. Miss[ Hartridge, of Jacksonville, is make me believe she had four fathersor I present, and as the inspiring strains ill

Mrs. R. D. mothers either. I couldn't
Clay.
visiting keep i dl
,:;. Mr. Chas. Pratt, of Ocala, was in the have received a copy of the hindsome became more and more enlivening,and
sometimes for of that I
catalogue of H. G. & There is free due astu thinking new the with their
; city this week.< He is making p re para Hastings a scholarship dress of hers. young beaux sweetly COM

tious, we learn, for the establishmentof Co., Interiachen, specialties in seeds dent,(lady or gentleman) from this district I pretty young buds, awakened and grew t In'
( One night Josh came home late and for
.. in Gainesville. We for the South. It is the handsomest ,. at the Tlorida Normal School and to the occasion,and were being whirled[ rJan
daily !
a paper i
sez he. "Are in the arms of Mor
4 wish him success in the venture. thing of the kind we have seen for Business College, White Springs, for '* you I into the vortex of delight,we could but faeealambs
? Sez I "Joshua Wambleton
some time. the ensuing year, term beginning Sep pheus deem it as scene from fairy laud, and brothers la 171

The many friends of John Hollister ELECTRIC BITTERS. tember I, 1892. We are authorized to are you jealous? I never was in any.body's wonder if anything the Nays produced! Th. propo au|

will be to learn that he will return Calhoun arms but yours and 1 never expect -. Louis and I
pleased This remedy is becoming so well state that Senator B. P. has could ever beam with mote purity and
I andXshrillpreYloosly
to Paiatka with his sister, Mrs. M. known and so popular as to need no the appointment. For particulars etc.' to be as long as you live. Whatdo loveliness than was represented in that r|

IIaughton, about the tat proz., and special mention. All who have used address Prof. J. L. Skipworth White you mean?" bewiI< CriD; scene, a whirling maze of I William H

will reside here permanently. He has Electric Bitters sing the same song of Fla.Ripans He said Morpheus was the goddessof white costumes relieved of the First .
Spring by bright
,
medicine does Is In jail at t
praise. A |
not exist
purer sleep and he meant to ask if I was
been in North Carolina for the past ,
j and it is guaranteed to do all that beaming young eyes, and fresh, pink embeulemeijThe
asleep and when I told him that I was !
.... two years. is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure Tabulca purify the blood. cheeks which seemed to us enchant. Unite.
all diseases of the Liver and thinking of Mrs. Airpuller's new brown beenbotinedl
W. Green the Kidneys, ment. Silver Luna herself as thoughto dAu
Don't that E. Carson
forget .
-Remarks by Bill Ny.. dress said '11 that
will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt he : u possible you grew. hire' t.: x.
blacksmith and general repairer, next Rheum and other affections caused by Bill Nye's latest book is now being cultivate such a spirit of envy towardsa do honor to the occasion and to Father Hump

to Merwin'9 stables, will do you a, gooJ Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from issued in a special edition for the East neighbor? I thought you had more decorate and grace the night, came out triot Priest," aul

job. All work at low prices, in consid the system and prevent,as well as cure with brightened Ins tie and made the riot at Tipperary 1 1tions .
and Rail '
Tennessee Virginia Georgia God heart have had wal
all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache of the grace of in your ,
eratlon of/the dull limes. Give him a event as one devised by the gods
road. It contains 501 and 250 front all covered in arrest.
Constipation and Indigestion try pages Sez I: "But the is
call, ten him what you want, and he'll' Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction illustrations. The book formerly sold buttons made to order.' Ana he told himto themselves. ttea The to Democrat be held at coH Eat

do the rest. au5-2t guaranteed, or money refunded. Price for $3,bat can nowbe, had by sending never mind but wait till Mrs. Air. i Among the notables present came bids fair to ba he&UXl wi
SO cents and $1 per bottle at !Awry & first the airy, fairy little Miss Come candidates, but neitherto
13 two-cent tampS"to B. W. Wrenn, puller saw me registered[ at the Putnam i win.
J. E. Lucas after an absence Hulse's.druggists.
Captain Cheatham, in whose honor the partywas .'
.
General Passenger and :Ticket .Agent, as "Mrs. Joshua Wambleton, Esq., ex- Destruction of the a.wpgryof
ohf\veralweeks in the North and West; dressed in cloud of white
given, a .L the 111.'
J. I. McCullum, the' cleverest mann Knoxnlle, Tenn It, is guaranteed to member ot the Legislature and Con. t
returned home Tuesday. The objectof Swiss, with satin anjLJace: lrim J1Dgs. was primarily cSSS.,.. f
the \ Penn, was a pleasantealler Tuesday.We cure the blues quicker than any other gressman at large," and he guessed she wharves toe New Ott.age .
Captain Lucas' visit wad purchase She danced M-t"uoagh on winjs and
known remedy and the is within then '13.000.dlspat.eh
price would be awfully cat down as he i
of machinery for his new Ockla- have been informed PI Dr. W. the reach of all.Notice was truly a most lovely little belle. A, from Taco p
he'1ill'ave kiss all the babies !
to
waha Elver steamer, which will be com H. Cyrus that the Board of Health will says We noticed Mr. and Mrs. B. Wade, three highwaymen held tt]

pleted in time for the winter's business. not permit a;*ood ;pavement of any I write to you to know if he will be ex-. from Crescent City, she so charming a sued man the near robbers Ealensborg., aa1. 3.

She wilTbo the handsomest in the Ock. description, as they produce sickness to Teachers pected to kiss all the nigger babies too, in herself that one scarcely took itemsof hanged them to a trw. du's

and give candy and perfumery to the The negroe of Greene,
lawaha service as the Captain has after a time. her
... r lovely costume of silk and bar called an Indignation
tuber construction Examination of Teachers far Put other children. Respectfully, ; r held ,
spared no expense jewels; her sister, Miss Ola Leonard at Springfield k// proel
Dan Waldron, of Welaka, was in nam County w ,besheld at Paiatka. in '. TVAJIBLETOX.If unfair division of boson
Attacked 117 anA A111& t.... town this week. the Whit.School IJouse, on SEI'ThIBERrOTHfor was becomingly gowned m ashes of Republican bnthrtiPoaUney

nephew of Capt.alnJohn W.Davis, "white! and SEPTEiP the ladies would abandon cosmetics roses silk, and escorted by the great BiirelAw( the

near Cresceut City, while playing on a It is a truth in medicine that the BER 7m, for colored.teachers, begin. and more generally keep their bean of Crescent City Mr. DeWitt and pelted correspond-Bt from Runt,who got w ii

raft in a lake Tuesday was attacked by smallest dose that'performs the cure is ning at 8 a. m. prompt.ALEX.. blood pure and vigorous by the use ofAyer's Preston. The Misses Brown and Cal- some Polish rirerm_Aws
STRATJSZ, He whipped the crowd aalTMted. ,
the best. Dd'Witt's Little Risers
and Early Sarsaparilla, naturally fair complexion hour, visitors of Crescent City, both .
Superintendent.
an alligator, narrowly escaped a are the smallest will perform the jy29-4w :
I horrible death. I cure and are the pills best., P. F. Peek.: would be the rule instead of in white nun's veiling, were lovely. The annual report oftai

the lad the exception,as at present. Pure bloodis From our sister town of GrovtMtale toms receipt! show that tar
gatbr" caught
The young tobacco fcr the past finaaoi
by one of (ibis legs and proceeded to "'Th Gtaard* are*'under camp dieciline.tLNleJAmiory {.- G Os M. HAVIS & SON the best beautifier. I.1' came the beautiful daughters of our the in biggest on reoord.the TJslIs i
dry
crush it.*Dr. Sprague coining upon the now, preparatoryto TO THE CITIZENS or PCTNAK COUJJT next member of the Legislature. Mr. from AmenAbout

scene succeeded in killing the hungry going into camp at St. Augustine on (successors to..M.DAVIS,) J. H. Harp, Misses Sallie and Alice, 10 Uborett .

ft-eptil and rescued the DOy. tie 25th. The boys are drilling niglt I hereby announce myself as an Independent attired most exquisitely in clouds of Kas.Kansas, .track Salt -Company for aa ad

l' ?|| A medical examination revealed the and morning. aimacroaaae oryDress candidate. for the office of white mull and lace. Th-iT bare been receivhif

fact tnat; while the boy's/ limb was fearfully ... Sheriff of ,Putnam County, subject to From Paiatka we remember Mr. B. work and U but cents demand per hour It for Ml

lacerated' yet no bones, were the action of the voters in the coming C. Lanning, rife and daughter. Mrs.

broken, and'h Is now being well cared election. J. H. SHELLEY.r Lannng looked faultless in a lovely A TOTALA W

acid will 'Tan T nk black silk, with elegant lace trimmings
for
recover. Three-pound Can Tomatoes,10 cents Flm* Steamer 'We.'
number of
champeroning a .
.. .
"Don't" Cigars are sold on their at Gninger's. sweet sixteens; Miss tanning in white .
JMKMUMlLE ST. A iUS TIlE All
mull Miss Edith Trueman white MosrraiAL, Aug. 1Q
merits. W. P. Hatchett will fill your ; nuns
PALATKA FLA.Correspondence'sollcited. "Don't smoke a ten cent cigar when Miss Flora Goodman in steamer Columbian lm
veiling
does call HALIFAX AMI RAILWAY. ; exquisite ,
If he not on
orders. you any you can get a better one for five. The blue nuns veiling and lace, all phia, at a cost of $100;
> order lefts this office will reach him. SCHEDULE: EFFECT MAY t. 1892. "Don't" far in Duality as bright and sparkling as Dame
: Sizes and Cigar exceeds lien and Ontario )fIn,
Nature in her gifts could make them.
SOUTH. and flavor anything on the market. with 230 Amtrifsnwent to
that can possibly getaway
Everybody
:
prices sent on applicatlonJ'13 The beau Brommel, of Paiatka Mr.
should visit St. Augustine during the Ivy-Main!. 8 00 aDt,t I 30 ......... Reliable dealers can buy them on John Bjnd usual ashore on Cedar
ArSt.Aagnstlne.Lr .. '- 30---> a 00 ......... wa prominent as ; as
consideration of the dull
Encampment of the Florida ,State M AR< Ar E.hlatk&..... .. ...., ,. t 4 10 eo am FOR SALE. rapids.
and FreAk Smith.
Troops. As will be seen elsewhere, Ar ralatu......... .......... 14Se- ] .Seam A Trot Tale. $nt'
LrPaUtkaL.Y ....., ..........|t. 43 pl.......... Ihe J. T. & K. W. was becomingly meager detail ftceittd
the low rate of one fare for the round E. Paboka..... .......'.. t 610 .....'... Mr. Kiah Burnett of the Good.Hope represented in the personages of the here, bat it to i

trip Sunday has been a secured special rate, and of on$1 Saturdayand for the Arr ArSSann ArOrmond.* Matt&teoo....::::: : .::::::: t t t a T : :::::::::: oa 4,000 Indian BiTer ACRES at a reaaonable DESIRABLE: price,,:oa LAND easy smart section man, is not and o'nly a great a good man man, but also and a a J.handsome P. Anderson and and courteous his bright gallant clever)fl. occurred passengers be lo-t.oa and were board.it Itndei U Dlto rej:,

round between Paiatka and Jack- SGETH.Lv terms, within, a abort distance of Tltosrille brother in the profession Mr. Wilbur cult ,
trip practical man; and yet he told us this; } on SI. 'nmotb

gouville and St. Augustine will be in Dayton*. ..,. a IS am ..... '-. .... .... the IsdUn Brier Ketropotia. Two railroads He has a heifer scarcely two Kin?. have left her to the
L. Onnond .... a t3a. ......... ........ cruel the land. Plat may be seen by cuing oa young From Satsuma we noticed Messrs. oI-biu. but it if I
effect. ____ LT Sea Mateo .."I' S as IUD........ ........ years old, that committed the indiscretion Moore Jams and others. Miss K. pry a total lou <
Ar E hlatka. ., t eo am ......... ........ J. H. CARFESTER,
Chase & Sanboju's beat Boasted Rio ArPUatka...... 3D am.......... .. ao5-tf Opera House Falatka, of bearing a calf. She came Huntiugton, from Denver, in lovely -
L.Palatka..I.......... til 15& .i'....... Block rte white Swiss gown., looked pretty. 1
25 at ) but afterwards YelW b
Coffee cents pound Grainger'a.Ripans through safely wan. ,
L.E hlacb...,..|t t JI am til sb.. ........ Of course Huntington was well
ArSUarut1De..ItlOltam'msspmj ........ For Sale Rent. very sick indeed; and he cured her by Mrs. A. Townsend in white represented Ararat, T .t..Attf-,>.
L.SLAaguartne..115 28 am ......... 4 10 pm or
Tabulea cure Jaundice. Ar JkcktoaTUW... til 110 am ......... SMpmDally opening her jaws and dropping a live mull an& diamonds; Mr. and Mrs.J. a P'o 1s.1t J.ad.H

A Sew VeettbvJe TraiL t Daily except B.nday. THE SARATOGA HOTEL PALATKA toad frog down her throat. She absorbed Harrison daughter and sons, the gal tag tw-j t T ttfliT'atldWoith '

An elegant vestibule tran. to be Connections JacksonTiUewi: jh all dirercInclines. the live frog and got well. lant Reina and Jeff, Miss Jennie look b1 J JV&

At FaUtka with the 3. T. & K. IT. FLORIDA. ing ,as sweet as ever in a lovely rloknun' being rfddld with b
called the"Chattanooga and Washington 11"or Mr. Burnett laughed heartily when
System veiling. Miss Annie Long, in !O}..N old baa btea j
Limited," will on and .after. July maO,,'-mcan tickers en local,detailed ticket acferdnles. and Iar 'ytpHIS JL favorably POPULAR known HOUSE to the :tourist ISO WELL trmTel-A.'WiC he told us, saying: "I have heard of it white, was pretty as usual. The gen >n of having com$

17, leave Chattanooga daily at 12:03 .L.CJU.WF01ID. JOS.agtuta.IT. E1CHAEDSO3T. f u it public.now stands 1s offered,mnforniahed.for sale; or' it:, leased an my life, and I thought I would try tlemen, Wilbur and Edwin Brown, .* h. hd bees makiX

noon, and arrive at Washington next Oenl 8apX Gen.Pass.Age The ower might fuvisa standing Tnrniture, it." Truly we live and learn.-Edge- courteous aa ever. Hut now we must Treised biosdhoaaas+
morning at 9:30, connecting with the M or nee thraacboat an4. complete,if aatiaUe- field (S. C.) Chronicle. stop right here. There are too many from ttit b1l to r.
"Royal Blue Line" for Baltimore tory terms were o4er.d.Fa more we would like to mention, but hft"r bona.L .
MMEI SAVED IS MONET MADE. full particulars and terms apptr to -
Maddphia and New York. The 6:30 C. F. DEVEREUI.: and Mrs. Ames of Pomona that committee-:Miss Sudie Mathis,
jh. train from Jacksonville over the &.*. IS to M ceat oa every dollar you .,...4Wrt1e anS-- .1'a1atta. I1a. Captain Messrs. Allen MauD, J, Oscar Cheat .&..g5 .......i
pr CIV.mammotJi Catalot*. a C00-pee in the
for
were city Tuesday. They came
S. F. Jb W. Railway, carrying a sleeperto book.conUlciAft WnvtraUoa aod iprUf kmet 0uiantMtaraV ham, J. Oscar Cheatham, J. J. Me- &wooD lad.. 1sII.
Cincinnati via the E. T. V. fc G. pttoe wiU cuauUcurBn minnfictwedaad *diecauuf W.MARVIN D.D.S up in the interest of the Crystal Lake Grady and D. W. Preston-will say we ..pact the uh4If
kind of rood*and oppOee .
and O. C. Routes and, connects with every imported tD&o tM Va1toe4 stazu. Urocertea School, near Pomona. If all our people can see friend Scribe that you were Biqa and wesun

the vestibule and reduces the time to Uo wbold Good*, Fara'aand dotblac. Lad*' GRADCATE DENTAL DEFAETHJEXT took the name pride and interest charmed at our party, aa were all of fa or.poeiac
taSt.twdn Geat CtottiaJt and FaraiatilBC Ooodi Dreat but will surely into *for one J. W, 1
hours via the scenic theeditor's
tk Good*. Watte Qooim. Dry Good*, HlU. Ctpa school matters as Mr. and Mrs. Ameswe nat you go u a reveaa1 I
chenand.oah. Valley Route." Boot sad 6VMe GMTM, Votlooi. Gw.wwe.Ir7. niYERSITT Or TKXXESSEE.: waste basket if you do not .
Buaonery,w.ab.i,(lock,, SUTerwtre would have schools that would discontinue will therefore "an log tobacco men o.1BOIM1'
Burlee, Ate Imphnaeata, ete: say City Ma.thle .
.ZTf wkipa.CLAAS GOODS. CualogM Mat compare to arty in the country. revoir Sir Editor,after adding that the city sncc...dst "
0 O ca receipt oOfitenufor expreeeac. w.are the. wee sma* hours were well advancing -
AX ETE b OPENER. oaf) coacera: which tell at manniictaren' prleee, Ripans Tabnles cure the blues. when the makers Kokomo. H.
aUowtaf UMbayer tM lame duoooat tut the merry unwillingly United States di<'l
-1 naaofactorer rlvve' to the wfcofeule toyer. WeparaatM At a meeting of the school patrons at acknowledged to themselves Uw fact nviile,0. '
an food* a* ifpnnutxl; If Mt foe ad that the Goddess Aurora was fait
THIS SPACEwux I0. BOM7 nIi D e4. Good cent by exvreM ormcfct San. Mateo Monday, Supervisor S. J. appearing
with prmJf cae examtBMlOB before pay.n in her chariot on the dawn of A LaigUllrcT
BE occcrra/BY &T SUFFIX( caTMQalatj OL I Wells collected S&L50 in cash,togetherwith the morning and old Sol advancing
JILL.1
Street, CUeafo. .
+0. brick, shingles, etc., for the re over the eastern tree tops to summon
'
J:" THE POPfJLABf IDAHO pairing of the school building at that Terpsichore to his proper retirement, 1i'&han been
WE WILL PAY'A .1 4 RTinCTAI. TEETH: : OX GOLD. SILVER which
A before the lovely buds and b
s ALU1UUM and RUBBER beaux .
RAY Puor'B The school will be for
T. M. s.iary.f SV to f36 per week to GOOD..**. bpert lry of CROW2T BUDGE and GOLD place. ready would hie themselves hence and away. MCeJi
to r pr *eat u IB erery eoenty.wed sell.ecr raeralBM "omt* opening off the first Monday September The courteous Deputy Sheriff Meldfln,
WHO WILL TELE YOU)- art MMtteadw: mameiaetaren*...... On.T Oilortde of Ethyt adminiitend for tbs palaleaseztnetioBof Mr. MMisa "..
TBOCB ... WAWT TBADT mxrtATxciT nD Teeth. ,the 4th. E. B. Heyser, of .falatka, overlooked tq.f

-(ABOUT THE OOOD THIXGS Nam BACH BCILOIXO: PALATKA.FLA.O&M the whole, and with kindly but watch over tb.w. ,
A crowd will .
visit
great Augustine
that all
ful saw went welL
L AmrET &oo. Boon S toSI..... at. I .: Tto eye
:orr.it' THIS IiESOaT.s HI Qvney rinse.,GUttfe,& Sp.ni. ; .Pf.. during encampment week. j OCCASIONAL
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