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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 26, 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: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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.: P.ALATKA. FLORIDWEEKiY._A irRIDr"_ AUGUST f'',l W t{,." :. : '., .t. YOLUIE> 3-NUIBER: 28.



[GHTFDL RESORT. i I Ii near by, and having thus secured a ; OPENIX& THE" CAMPAIGN.SENATOR .

room at the hotel and board within Great; Removal: Sale'I'1 "" "It.... .

\: such convenient distance! of my room ..,.), .... .
I settled down to thoroughly enjoy the '
(STING LETTER FROM A beach and the .. ... PASCO AND,, PROFES30*
a LL KNOWN LADY. new breakers of the rolling bay in,the and base in the salubrious Great Removal Sale ":.C, ;.'..",...' --4 SHEATS *. .,*.

: air coming in so Invfgo'raUng' .... .. ,
into every Incoming tide.. '" ,"
p ROVE, EAST PALATKA I spent the remaining days of my sojourn '" SPNk,tf
August 22.- in that section in 'a delicious, Great Removal Sale! :" M... .4V, .Crt_B....H'-Taeecla7 Ening

|a TllBM. dreamy laoquor, and quiet ease-for } '. ..i oo 9'1"1 .... .._...,
,ot always lived in the woods was I not supremely lazy? :' ." .. .

prepared to realize and X found the change eminently satisfactory e . t. a. "t- I) ,iThe,.announcement of the, list of

I he good things of this life in every way, for if I wished to :. 'I. ...1 -AT- ,1 1 ." ':" public! speaking In this State, which has

find them, and to render; visit the surf I could and did do so by : ..i appeared for
hom it is due. way of the South Beach ferry and rail : ..,, : : :" i' ;,, : > ,,: .. several. weeks Falaika.

ts that the fates ..combining way, which, is conducted on quite a ., ". was--set, down for September 10 as the

e my living in Florida many novel as well as excellent plan under McLARTY BROTHERS!;; -,' f, ., tiP when the issues of the campaign

onger. Perhaps, however,I am the general supervision of Mr. Bean, a ,J' 'o\.d. '..... ... .. ',' .. ..... would be discussed. Bat the State

fag acclimated. Well it's a te- resident of Anastasia Island.IipnedoQS.notbatae.Uis McLARTY B tOTHERS'U .. t.: ,.. .. Democratic' Committee, for reason
process, and maybe it's just as ,quite pleasant ; ; i .,'t" .s4: .-t a b'es1 known to jtself,. arranged 'for a

forme to speak ,of some of the f.o, |pro down with* a company .o 'col formal opening at this place for Tues

food things herein alluded to 'while I bathers and watch them wb'il they are McLARTY,, ,BROTHERS)1.. .. 7 day lar. 'The shortness of the time,

have the strength-and, by reason of plunging and frolicking in, the briny .d'- ...-.' .h: ., :.l--- amj.the tact: ,that many of our citizens
this same process;'the leisure to do so, !wave, and while away the time in con .. ,! being absent at the time*.preclude*

I do not propose giving you a long !verae'wttb friends on the pavilion. the possibility of' secnnu* a large at

,, we" list at present, but to begin will speak I I usually"came back from these'' ex. ,, it .I .to ,.1 Lot:t.A C Dividend Ii 35'< Per Cent .tendance. _.But notwithstanding thisa
Tpart A
of some features of the summer climate cnrsions with an appetite that I, suspect .. :" !:. ',' ""'f '' large and enthusiastic crowd assembled -
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ly.a in Florida., .. my entertainers thought, A largeone .I.J lfq.r' .tot"* > at the Court House at 7:30 p. m.

most ,During the summer months I thinkwe for an Invalid; but if they did I ,." 1, ..n+ ,..a.f,dtti .A. Dividend.. -_ ,3tEei-.- :, Ce, w it. The meeting was called to order by
,ng manner, may find hot nights following hotter didn't receive even a hint of the fact;: '*' Hon. 1So Grill, Chairman of the

[e in accordance days almost everywhere. Presumably II as they seemed especially! desirous to ,,' \: Dividend of 35 Per Cent. County Democratic Executive Com-

ceremony of the there Is a larger number of hot days I please, By the way perhaps visitors mittee, wno. alluded to the fact that

rr_ service. here in this semi-tropical region than to the Encampment soonto,take, placein sufficient time had not been given by

11 bride is the daughter of Mr. and and in the :Middle, or even the. NorthEastern St. Augustine would receive excel- Bank has. paid a Dividend of 35 PER CENT. the committee who had arranged: for

eorge Bagley of Pomona States but if our summer be longer lent treatment should they stop at,the he; meeting to secure the presence ofthat

m the eldest ,eon of Mr. and it does not appear to me to be hotter Greeno House. Now if.you spend this Money during this Sale number of the people that the

T Waldron of Welaka. All here than there. The Ocean View Hotel has not been Interest Involved In the present campaign .
irties are well and favorably Then, too, the cool night air always open to boarders heretofore this sum-; with us you will I Save another 35 PER CENT demanded. He was glad, how.

throughout the Peninsular.decoy prevailing here deserves especial men mer. I do not know what arrangements thus1getting 70 PER CENT of your Money.A e'ter. td see such a liberal response to
handsomely
church was the call.
tion. will be made during.Encamp-
the skillful hands ,of Miss It being conceded that the comfortof ment Week. There are some very nice pretty clever thing to do; take our advice.McLARTYBROTHERS'. He then introd, :J-d Prof. Sheath,

V nrner and Miss Belle Lambson, even the rich Is greatly dependent rooms to be found there, where a fan candidate for State/ uperintendent of

?. Postell and others. upon the efforts and exertions of the is not a necessary commodity either Public Instruction. )It. SheaU

ewly married couple have the laboring classes, we understand how night or day.Indeed opened his remarks by a modest allu

1: hen of a host of friends, whom important it is that the physical when my husband came over sion (o the delicacy he felt in being

a lone and happy career. strength of the workingman should be to spend Saturday and Sunday with me, before the ppblic a candidate for a

day evening a reception was preserved, and one of the first require he seemed fairly to revel in enjoymentof responsible office, and from the mo
:m at the residence of Mr. C.on. ments to this end is that his sleep the cool breezes that were constantly ment of his 'nomination by the State

About thirty quests were shall be restful and sound. blowing In from the ocean and bay. GREAT DIVIDEND, 'SALE.. Convention at Tampa until the present

and all seemed to enjoy them- The delicious coolness of the nightair St. Augustine is a quaint old town, .... &e53m.t tie had looked upon the campaign now
the fullest extent. The bride in this section greatly facilitates this. abounding in objects of interest, and .' ,opening, and his reUUon thereto as

happy recipient of many hand- Of-coune there are mosquitoes here, the'stranger can well afford' to pay a i being the important crisis of his life. _
SPECIAL NOT K;t.-. THE FESTIVAL.The .
valuable
ful and, presents. trouble- visit toTthe Palatka it lie was accustomed
and perhaps they are quite town. Unhke riot to public
{at Dan and Florence have* seta some in certain localities. I have not has no street railroad, Perhaps it's a 13 '11,000 TO LOAN, for twelve Gem City GaartU g or. M Ese.u.ntSuccess. I speaking and he was before the audience -

people of this locality the found them particularly so in my good thing; for the hackmen,bnt I pre months, on gilt-edged security. ForpartlcuLL"8 totally unprepared. He had no
hands and at this office. au26 to the threatening clouds
uniting apply Owing
example of neighborhood. I presume there are sums most of the people would rather quarrel to ,make with that portion of
let us see others "go and doHAL. few places on the Atlantic seaboard |pay a mckle'than twenty-five cents for l'AnTxrE: PACE' experienced carpel which overhang our city'on Monday the democracy the State-who seemed
decided the
the Guards to
night change
.habited by man where wire nettings, a tide; but the construction ,and usA and matting layer, will 'attend to inclined to wander off after strange
location of their festival from Dunn'sPark
rt.tea4..t of h1 U. lJa.tnaetl !mosquito canopies or other means of of a railway would modernize the town your orders at reasonable prices. gods; many of them were good and
to the front verandah of the Put f
'as' In- shutting out the tuneful night ,visitorsare Bomew hat,and it ,is said that !the'an an26.2._ noble people;t. but tey+had.-be'|i'- '' .
myself an
.I ent eby candidate announce'for Snperintend- not in use; tiquity of the town is a matter. ot pride I2y WANTED Smart, active young nam. ceived by demagogues,,and he hoped
\ man, not afraid of work. Address or By 8 o'clock the commodious space
Public Instruction for Putuam It seems, however, 'that man Is a to the townspeople. can CUAS. KCITERBUSCH Restau to see every wanderer come back into
on in the piazzas of the hotel was'w'ell
subject to the suffrage of the creature of change-and so I* woman, Well, it's a charming old town, andI i rant. aulJMJ the rank of democracy. He handled
October election if filled aDd indications were that a great
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t ;:.worthy at the of' their itippott.Re- for thai matter, and occasionally there I hope to go there again some day. I g OIIAvou GROVE FOR SALE.To .- success would be the result of many without glove the leaders of the Peo-

ly ALEXANDER tT1U) 1751.. comes a time when we find it necessaryto I )ir. xW'tor: ? if brevity be,the soul ,ofwit miles from Palatka, containing 30 days of hard and enthusiastic exertions. ple' Party, and intimated that it was
leave our homes for a short season I then this article lacks that quality acres of land, fenced; 300 Orange gotten up to break down the 'DemOoo
em City Guards' new uniforms to seek recreation and rest among the: but T didn't essay to write a witty ar. Trees, 100' of which are old bearing This proved true to the satisfaction of cratic par r. .,
Also Peach Plum and other the Guards' for by the kind assistanceof
beauties treest ,
yesterday. They are mountains or by the seashore. Then tide. Mr. Sheats was listened< to with much
Good house and water near
fruit. ; the ladies, quite a little sum
ows superior workmanship of arises the question, "Where shall wa I just wanted to tell you that my Lundy Station. Price 1000. was netted-a sufficient snug amount to defray attention, 'and while his address was
kers.em's. go?" health Is Improving, assisted doubt Address M. H. DALTON, Palalkft, free from that embefishaicnt that
the for which it was in
Tabules prolong, life. Perhaps one's physician should be by my trip, and it may be there is some Florida. anlSOr tended. expense The deficiency: in the uniform usually belong to the orator yet it

consulted at that point, as he ought to sick one who reads your valuable paper SrPL.un' THE BEACTlITL fund was raised, the uniforms have arrived -abounded in many"1aln and practical
Syrup. 40 cents gallon, atHr's. be the best judge of that matter but I, who would be pleased to learn where ZANZIBAR WATER LILY- r sale and for This is bits, km would naturally prompt an
having been accustomed to spendingmy he or she can go and enjoy the health- cheap; five for one dollar; seeds,three are paid very audience'to thought and personal ex
I giving air from Old Ocean without being packets for 50 cents. Address W. E. gratifying to the Guards, who feel .
in tide-water regions amination.At
family of Mr. A. Baugher will summers partly compelled to take long and tire PALMER, Lake Como, Fla. jyl-tf grateful to their fel1ow- ens,forbadit
and in the mountains before the conclusion of his address Dr.
on'the Gulf partly
Grove some
journey.
Visit City,
not been for the money donationsand
.1 d I I came to Florida, and having recently EMILY F. DUNHAM. t MoNEY TO LOAN on improved Crill, in a felicitous manner, intro-
City Property. GILLIS & GILLIS. assistance rendered them they
through, a trying ill- dt ted Senator Pasco The
passed very Senator
r I FOR COUNTY JUDGE. ness, felt a strong desire to once more Capitola Cook Stoves; bakebetter : jel7-tf _____ would no doubt belt debt to-day. The measured by the ideal standard of the
I boys realize and appreciate the fact
eby announce myself a candir inhale the salubrious air of "Old (Duane Bros. market is always personality required in the modem
last and and that be successful must
longer, give supplied with Fresh Northern anything to :
f for office oft and all-or at Senator, would
t r re-election the Ocean really nearly Florida Meats. mh21-tf have the co-operation of the good ladies not fill the bill; but
Judge. least the greater part of what little better satisfaction than any: and liberal merchants. measured by the higher qualities of
I 1 JOfcXru E. BALDVTIN. strength I had left, was embodied in 'FOR SALE-Three Small Houses mind and heart, he 'develops at once
that desire. other make, at, near Union Railroad Depot. Must be As soon as you discover any falling into noble manhood. Unaaauming ia
'; DeMontmollm arrived in Pa- tJ its / i sold at once, and a great bargain. can
Wednesday on a visit to his many So, neglecting to confer with my phy- / R.IDUNN'S.' be had by addressing C. F. DENISOJT, of the hair or grayness always useHall's manners plain and honest m all of his

s, who were glad to see him. sician (for which I humbly crave his P. O. Box 201. ap22-tf Hair Renewer to tone up the Utterances, his words come to the ear

pardon as I may need Lis services The steamer Comet, of the Palatka PALATKA GENERAL MAxsrr.--" secretions and prevent baldness or of an audience with the sanction of

JUt the epidemic of flux in the again sometime), and, rising from a and Drayton Island route, after a thor- Go to Duane Bros. for First-Class grayness. careful consideration and warn with
last summer, I had hard work sick bed or if prefer the term, a ; first- the consecration of truth effort at
yon ough overhauling, has resumed her Meats, Poultry etc. Everything Palato' Irf.at ladutrWe. ; no
p a supply of Chamberlain'sjolera bed of illness, so soon as I could undertake trips. George Leonard says she can class. Free de\ivery\ to all parts of the Upon the elevation of the younger exageration, no apparent intention of

and Diarrhoea Remedyd. the short journey, my husband accompanied outrun anything on the river now. The city. _delMfCyGo element of our city to positions of aldermanic .' placing the issues in an unfair hghLTjie
People often came ten or me to "Anaslatjla-on-the- protective tariff alluded to in .
steamer Putnam was a substitute. on to Duane Bros. lor everything responsibility our citizens was .
\miles in the night to get a bot- Coast," via St. Augustine. this route. .. you want in the way of Fresh were told that the accession of this a fair .and honorable way. \o- extended
ie Remedy. I have been sellent Meals and Fish Poultry, etc. mh21-U
We reached there In the foreuoonrt element to power would infuse new effort wa made to show its
medicines for the last ten: and making due allowance Big Bargains in 'Groceries of all burdens Several
a very hot day blood into the city and lift everything or inequalities. Be-:
And that It has given better! for fatigue, excessive heat, etc., I kinds at Grainger_ Rf pans Tabules banish pain. out ef the old grooves, and send things publican were present, who expressed ,

ion in case: of Diarrhoea and : speedily concluded that a new, commodious onward to 'greater prosperity. The themselves a* being pleased with the
other medicine I have: rOR CLERK or THECIRCVIT COURT.I "At the Cape of Good Hope writesa ,
any hotel would be regarded by the people have' awaited with calm composure address ot the distinguished Senator.
led-J.. H. BY mAY Drug. candidate traveler"people die very fast; but
invalids who hereby announce jnyself 1 The
bealth-eeeking journeyed the opening scenes of toe newcreadon. Sejiator.'sjBppuJarity'is.based ,upon ,
tails.
have
eonda, Pope Co., HI. Over i thither with a high degree of satisfaction. .- for reelection for the office of Clerk of the sheep remarblylong, Mea have set upon the stepsof the facLthat he approaches the ,public

[dred bottles ot'this Itemed; i the Circuit Court. Very respectfully, Early Risers, Early Risers Early their domicile and mentallydiscnssed heart throtigd avenues 1amI.Uar'to the
in that during the i
d county How delightful matt be the situation. F1u.lnC 'Wmmrr. Risers, the famous little pins for constipation the posett>Bitie of the promised common people,. and on lines,ottlleuglita
referred to. It wasjaperiect I of those who are fort ate enough to Some have known to, the masses..N.M
that, It.is a fixed and immutable taw that sick, headache, dyspepsia and change. expected the calm
|the was,worst the cases.only remedy Dozens of I secure cottage.oa the, W&adlor, : the to have good, sound health one, must neryousneee.My to be broke by; the breaking of rocks Intentions. are open to all;_ he coi-)

there will certify that it entire heated tern* Imet.soae.. very have pure/rich, and abundant blood. to pave Lemon street. ,The young pea ceals nothing, and with these qualities
tir Urea. In four other epi-I pleasant I'aLtka people there. who There is no shorter nor rarer route .Stk i c/ Groceries, is ple have contemplated with pleasure he is a man of destiny. .

bowel complaint this ,Rem. seea&cd lfa ham a geed the,balh than by a course of De Witt's Sazsaparilla the. near approach of the, time when
[been equally ,suoceseful. 25 I, ing, boating Ai g/" always vj td the highest stand telephonic conveniences would be AbCl, granting pension, for serriee ''
rat bottles for sale by Ack- in tite.Florida and
Indian-wan 'to
tewart. Druggist I tried te.*ke Ue beet of the titaa- TO THC CHTBKin' OV r CTXJUC COCICTT I ard. Prices Right at established all over,the city. But when. including 1842 passed both Houses op of
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tion,and so really enjoyed the exhiler- one of our river steamers pulled to
: I hereby announce myself as an Independent ,up Congress Yew weeks and is
&oodwearn nowa
Shoe leads I. -- -e4.. Found ago
lUng breeze while; fR.. DUNN'S.HNKRTJHCINIEXCLVMVELY the dock one day this week and the <
shells. ?:candidate for the ofiee of law. Of course somebf our old inhabitant
some pretty Got up early enoughone to be unloaded there
at the low price of One to witneses the Sheriff of Putnam County, subject to cargo began were are Jnterestexf In'this matter.
fine -
morning uprising noticed the miscellaneous
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packages
the action of the voters in the_coming < among Capt. E. R. :3cKean ODe; of Falatka'
60l" from his bed beyond
of "King -
three cams marked to
baby
and ores
'at "
Fifty Cents
J. H. SHTELMEY
election. ,
well known citizen, who Is
now in
the waters of the va deep,
ty i one ofour aldermen, who is numbered
J. R. DUNN'S. but not being able to.take cold baths I Three-pound Can Tomatoes,10 ce&fcs .. among the young married men of the Washington City, will furnish any in-

decided that if board and lodging could at Gnlnier'a.UDon't W. C.-SNOWS board. 'Xo other Interpretation can be fonnailcCT' on this Important subject

pIe[ are constantly troubledno be secured for me in St. Augustine, I given to this consignment than that desired.. He is well qualified, from'
we
sooner does one heal would be quite as comfortable there,so smoke ten cent cigar when UXDEBTA KING W.AJ 1ROOYD, ,2SJFBOHT are on the ere o' an important boom.A past experience, to attend to aft !bui-;
Ir makes its appearance. A thither I repaired and wended my way you can get a better one for five. The : STHEBT,. Opposite Putnam! I ness entrusted to blnv : :> '
of "Don't" Cigar far exceeds In quality House Patette Fla. Residence. in of *.
[>urse Ayer's Sarsaparilla, to the Ocean View Hotel, inquired for fnU line Staple aid Fancy Groceries r '
; blood purifiers effectually a room and a place where I could take and flavor anything on the mare same bunag. .:'i \ atiowest prices at .Grainger's The "DonV Cigar is made of pth. ..
ILl to this annoyance. We meals. The gentlemanly managerof Reliable dealers can buy them oa R. S. GOONEY,' in Charge.fyTEUtGTAJB Call and eaaasine good and get prices tobacco and U not"doctored",with,?arYtiflcial ;
my easy terms, in consideration of the MlBJpans -and probably injurions flavor .
Ia, trial. the Ocean View directed me to the ,ORDERS WILL itxCWVE and be. C*IIft ced. Also: ray Grain ; '

aitq soraxp j.nredrg Greeno House, kept by Mrs. Eilinolt, Tabules cure the blues., ""r; T., J'soatPT, .' 1 ATTKsrnojf. apl5-. ', .and Feed. '."' ....' 0"" ," .: Haichttt. sells them at f 35 per.. ltXX- "'. >: ..!.,,

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.wa.d +. set \J Beerge( y. Wilson of the >. F $OUTHERX AND FLA.%. R. Cormpondenoe Palatta Tlea,

taxlaaliMis tl .*...,* com.... of the Second ojajfi.tH 'M.U1>.. (SlTMTANKp hlVEB KOCTK), {, ,: ORANGE .MILLS Angi]
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r0otrtiltT MAOOX '
; GA. JunetJigM.On
IeOir ..al dittiiot arrived la the"cKY Abundance
rammer I"MOJ'Una an old Yankee pen- and am very sorry indeed to say that account of the action of Florida of rain has falle

atone known by the nic.Vnam of Pnfl yesterday Banoerville news scraper is out of Railroads in refusing to sell tickets past few days, which causes o

JHUbroke.Billbroke. off for a at the .present time. Only we line try to somewhat resemble a laThe
of both the > over our because we declined to
WM bona for aa enter,and hviii.jfaa abundance of 'rain. : S orange crop here will f
Sjbongh sadly deficient education. h* OOf mitt es. (inmate our rates In accordance with.' last
.' JhIIM.c "Who' bat- eel1- year'a in both quantity an
very
delight in big word sad hewers He has their views, you are respectfully notified -

pe che*. He Is a constant aeere .l In the is recovering very fast., roo that by purchasing a local ticket The steamship City of St. .

_aemeDfor his neighbor and tboaay ( .Ws+ aV Ji aad. _ef, Palatka, to Palatka had no trouble In croesln
'& Hampton, or Lake City
city visitors who m- hk ao.gsaintance. face on'FOfIo)) .beta vUiOegfiH. ; t./ I Thursday.
Billbrok U wet happier and centrally from any point in Florida, you will
Major G. B. Yelrertoo of
charming friend, Miss Mattie ,
than when telling the summer boarder The next secure a through ticket from either of
of Bostwick, epenta week those Junction to Grove, U making pre
t how he "ccmlT&tulatedeoIIIJ'IIde! on points any point
JM lose of his arm. and oi the wMU was to, secure us..| ? reached via Macon including all East building a fruit house,

dispatches and emblems" the doctor over to D; A. ) ; the 4th of this month a most en ern, Western and Northern points at a greatly add to the looks of t

Sound in his throat when he Mhad thtisapeary. ment and stated beld at this total cost to you not to exceed the beautiful grove.
picnic was place
,
lowest through rate of like class
furniture. ,
will that it was the largest col- Mr. W. R. Bowen, one of
say quoted by line from the
any point from
On the occasion of his father death tations )[r.
two of the neighbor came a* U the of gentlemen','and 'ladie* that which you tart. This applies to both pnsing orange-growers, is

custom, to "lay ont" the corps When all of the : r visited Ihts place on 'a' similar one way and round trip tickets. dredge boat for the purpose

their work B 11 rok glad to be able In purchasing local tickets to any of muck from creek
waa completed > The day was pen: with ing a near
above
thank ause of named Junctions, be careful to
thinking t.haapeech of would on his .
1 by some of the candidates, take a receipt from agent at grove.One
called them Into. starting
**)the proper thing doubt now that
4he room where hi.* mother brother with : racing and games played by the point for fare paid, which should be of the pleasant past

aDd wife were assembled, and clearing supplied folks, and also little rain. handed to our agent, so that he can season was given at the hor!

Ids throat with a loud ahem addressed Carpets, ate expecting our fnend, Mr. arrive at proper through rate to charge. U. J. White one of Putnam
all that : For information aa 10 rates routes
are ,
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'IiIaem: most extensive farmers
back from New York' Fri
again through schedules and
"Hose and Allen in behalf of mother need of these i sleeping car ing 19th insUnt.
n. accommodations Dancing 1
to
i ) apply undel'llstDed.JAKES .
oaeph, myself--.nd my wife I sappo nity for other I ,
mOlt feature of
-I extend to yon oar sincere and heartfelt MENZIES, A. C. KNAPP, important the ev
and is Great Excitement
thanks for the servic*JOG hare rendered come up do There General Agent. Traffic Manager, After the gay Young couples had .

tn., and hope I may soon do the flag will be Dpt1 eumatf sufferers oyff the Palatka, Fla. Macon, Ga. engaged themselves for some time,.

....... for you.--Boston Herald. and the bigger it remedy that is being put up in licious ice cream and cake was set.

The room York;: ,City.. It ,is claimed there One Dollar Weekly turn by beautiful was a recitation young by ladies.Miss EobinsooV Next

AH UPRIGHT LAWYER. 25th. They will I never ''been a case where it has one of St. Augustine's most popular
!
.111.bit T-'e w.. autetlF aer..p.,... information ( to cure. It is called Dr. Drum- Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club young ladies. Miss Robinson ie gifted
to Defer &l.hC old System. Our 14-karat gold J1ed cases with strong oratorical and
democratic '. Lightning Remedy for Rheu I powers, was
Robert Toomb, although he may are warranted for 20 years line Elgin heartily applauded. Again ?
will be in : and is sold for |5 a bottle. Waltham I dancing
.**''s been a rash talker was a *af. or.; movement. Stem wind was engaged until a late hour after follow
: ,
.aaaelor aDd criaeed the btoert aemple campaign; ?\ and ; remedy is certainly making for it- and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto which the happy young folks departed

is the practice of his profession Oa will bear the ro a world wide reputation, as the an>" $50 watch. To secure agents .for their various homes, after congratulating speaking

.90 occasion h* said to a Ue&4. whdkad There' has ,\ !; n lll.. full of, Rheumatism. The where we have none we sell one of ; ; Mr. and Mrs. White and and lea(1iD;
stated his cue to him MTeayo the Hunting Case Watches for the :their charming daughter, Mill LUlie, A.

...*recover in thi suit but you ought Mr.Cooper beea' facfutNa sell it on an absolute Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by ;for the evening of much pleasure they Jasper, A _

-not to do ao This is a eas in which stump: But ,,--and -offer to refund the express, with privilege of examination had been the cause of giving them.Y. Lrve Oak, Angus

.4h4 law and justice are oa 'oppoaiUjdde his in any case where it does before paying for same. H. Madison, August llj ?,
Th client told him k wouldjmib Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes:
Marianna
the state work a perfect cure. :Sent SUMMER RATES August 17, nooc.DeFnniak .
the cue anyhow. Then," replied Lake Butler, Our Jeweler have confessed they don't bow August 18, noon.
express prepaid,on receipt of price bow YOU can tu ulah such work for the "
Mr. Toomba most hire ; money. Milton 19
"you moms ODe noon : The Georgia: Southern and Florida August noon.
...!** to aaaId yon in your rascality." Hamilton, Medicine Co., 4S- O Mai Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C., Railroad is Pensacola, August 19, night

At another time, a lawyer went to oon. Lane,New York. Agents wanted. writes: now preparing rates for the: Cerro Gordo, August 20, noon

him and aske4 what. should: charge a Willlston, watch take at said DaTt gentleman travel out of Florida to all Sum er Resorts Chipley, August 22, noon.

client in a cue to which Mr. Toomb noon who got the last watch examined which will shortly be placed on Vernon, August 23, noon

bad Just listened In the eonrthoaa Grahamville, ) ection Notice. and were priced no bejur a jewelers than yours watches,but the{n Lancaster price wa,f that 45. i SneadsAugust 24, noon.
Vell said Toomb "I should sale.This Greenwood 25
August
chargem. oon. noon
Our line is the shortest and fastest
agent at Pennington, Tex., writes
thousand dollars but you ought tohen I Chattahoocbee. August 26, noon.
Leesburg, Am in receipt of the watch,and am out of Florida the West India
pleased
carrying
,
fir thousand for did The Legislature of 1891 Blountstowo, August 37
Collars, : you oon.Sumtenrille. without Bean*ore. Ail woo hare seen it say it I noon.
a great many thiK* that would not of would be cheap at S4Q." and Florida mail! to all points West Apalachicola, August 29, noon
the Constitution 1885 of the
.Stare dou ." A noon. One good reliable Agent wanted for and Northwest. Trains arrive and depart I Quincy, August 31, noon.

One more example of the view he took Usceola, ( of Florida,did pass a Joint Reso each place. Write for particulars. from Union Depots, Falatka and CrawfonbvUIe, September 1, noon.

at the lawyer duty to the community. September 0, proposing an Amendment to the Tallahassee, September 2, noon.
"%i ruing to hi wife from Roanoke his EMPIRE WATCH CO.. NEW YORK Macon. Connection made with al Monticello September 3, noon.
l Sewmanv. of the State of FKmdaa
deot-tT lines in Macon with the vestibule limited -
Perry September 5
plantation in Stewart\ h AId noon.
/unty 12, noon.
the to vote for the Carolinas Virginia and
same was agreed by a Old
** Town September 7 noon.
I was sent for night before last to ap- Jndson, --- --- -- ,
rear in Lumpkin to proaetnte a man. for Waldo, Friday, three-fifths of all the members BEATTTS ORGANS at the East, and with through sleeping Jacksonville, September 9. night.

.mtr&er. A* it appeared. that the act :Melrose: to each House; that the vote SoOO.OOQ B RGAI 8 tor pariivJan car lines for resorts in Tennessee Ken-, Green Cove Springs Sept. 10, noon
,cata logos, dress tucky and all points .North and Nottb- ttilatka, September 10
era committed on account of a violation Callahan, said Joint Resolution was en- DANIEL r. BEATTY night.
of the slayer's marital right. I declined DcClenny, t WashingtonewJersey.. west. Sleeping cars between Palatka St. Augustine, September 12, noon.
upon their respective journals and Macon. DeLand.
September 13 11 .
a. m.Titusville
to him
against ArffonaaLHUGtty. Mt. Tabor
appear the and thereon and Trains leave as follows: IS
September
ber 21. yeas nays night
Lake City ( did determine and direct that the FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG A. x. r. x. Sanford, September 14, noon.

rfla came up to a Jefferkon-arentia September 21., Joint Resolution be submitted to Palatka ...... 4:45 4.45 Orlando, September 15, night.

merchant who -has been hai4ng a hard White Springs MEN*OLDKEN'HI Hamilton . .. .. 624 6:30 Tavare, September 15,11 a. m.

time. with the grip and wi h easy faaUiarity ber 22- electors of the State at the Gen ii TIII was sr rit SUPUTS If twuc.ta Lake City.7.:41 8:80 Wildwood, September 16, lla. m.

remarked: j E'ection to be held in each coun- y..*.>...Xwt*..frt U SU tsar For folders and other information,' Dade City, September 17, nooar

"Say. eapn, can't you 01 n. poor These in Florida, ,on TUESDAY, next SNAKEOFFTNEHORRiDSNAKE kit a.' *. i a f *.. ** apply to Bartow, September 19, noon. I

nan a quarter. J b1 Hon. C. M. eding the First Monday in Octo- II.,r+n.r U ntilr as..rtl.ru rrlt A. C. KNAPP, JAS. MENZIES, Arcadia September 20, noon. IKissiuimee
er..s.il"r IAMK I thin b BCUUQHRNEWB8fl
"I suppose I might,"wheated the gea- son Call, Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent: September 12,noon I
the Ole
sajd
1892 Tuesday being *
t Macon,Ga. Jacksonville. Tampa, September 22, noon. I
with
D.[ W.
.-\t.w.n: : Long, day of the said October. The said ': .Z M.ILIt.1.w..euaNY. :.,(= Key West September 23 night I
more of the Resolution reads as follows:.' V.tu..rb.t DI.".. BKATTVS PIA Os AND ORGA.'ILHon. Manatee, Septsmber,1In.nz.Brooksville \
.
_..",. a drink ..M4 A aid.... w aHOME'TIICATMEMT
{nd breakfast Fm mighty hard up." where.- support"I ARTICLE I. 'F, Daniel F. Beatty, the greatOIxan September 27, noon. I

-UIla\ are' hard ? You gram. bti.ta.4..t.Isses1ear and Piano manufacturer, is Inverness, Septemoer 28, noon /
doing
you Article of
cp ______ 2 of X the Con .,
... Ocala
I .a. west eases building and shipping September 29,noon. I
ought to be able more Organs
to .
earn your tiring.Yes A LITTLE, is hereby amended so as to Leas se midis ra.a.:::
aM lrvte. and Pianos than In 1870 Mr. --- -- --
I know I en.rai ever.
ought to. but I ainXXVe as follows: "The exemption pro- butt weal.." ads I
lost my grip somehow. Mr. and Mrs. for in Section 1 of Article X of .d 'Ia ur"s:xrews.e Beatty left home penniless plowboy.I TKEXOTH AND WEALTH I
.
Lost your grip?" excitedly inquired of the Constitution of Florida shall inure punts Or.oa rue ..<<.'8,,s-",. as.tu stse"s h .ea1.r and by his Indomitable will he has, If yon are not feeling strong W
the benevolent keepers; .DITILOPUClU4Jl1. worked his up so as to sell so far:
gentleman "Lo.t.JOUI' widow and descendants of the tow xalue..uu.aeta..wuas." was latr..ra.rnr way healthv, try Electric Bitters. ifGrippe" U
p1&l.
grip and still yon go"round hen complaining at; Sandbeacb, entitled: to such exemption in the else-r-a P4&7..0DT.M... .. 1S col r..vi nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs; and : has left week and
: r- "" | Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to you wrf,
about being in bed lock You with a daughter, $ proportions, viz: One half MEDICALCO.BUFFAOY.
ERIE
Electric Bitten. This
laid use
dishearten him obstacles In his
cake me tiredl Get out before kick April she was to the widow, if there be a would remedfts
fan" out" and the gentleman held on tobin and the remaining half to the way, that have wrecked any directly on Liver, Stomach and d-
let followed
head to keep from coughing it off of or children and his or their de ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. ordinary man forever, he turns to an nevf, gently aiding those organs ter>

hi*shoulders.-Detroit Free Press and turning into the latter taking the interest advertisement and comes out of it form thtir functions. If yotftre
ID the mattnof the E -I
home and at than ever. His Instruments
parent or parents would take if tate of A. N. Edwards, } Sale of BaoklcconltsBY brighter anyare afflicted with Sick Headache, yofill
....pap of Colors.2n vain; she grew If there be no child, children / deccaMd. ) as is well known, are very popular find sf eedy and permanent reV by

the language of colors green I* she was a mere descendants, then the exemptions VIRTUE OP AX ORDER BEARING to be found in all parts of the taking Electric Bitters. One triJwlll
emblematic of Then she tried the lltb day>f May, A. D. IKtt. andmade world. We are informed that during
hope for the the 'widow convince that this is tb.
regeneration Inure to if there be by the County Judge of Putnam County, : you rjedy
of nature is typical of Ufa covery,and after as provided in Section 4 61 this Florida,sitting( lit lrobat. the next ten yean he intends to eD you need. Large bottles oulydl at

after death; blue denotes faith for it I* half bottles, If there be no widow then I will and offer best for bidder tale at for public cash outcry at the,to trout the 200,000 more of his make, that means Lowrv tot s drug store. I

the hue of heaven; white is the color of They say Dr. exemptions shall enure to the de door highest of the Court House at Palatka, in said a business of 20,000,000 if we average I
innocence and red is chosen to repreaent IS worth is of the party entitled thereto County during the leral boon of sale on tiroFIRst hem at $100 each. It is already the rs.. ..nea..' Cigar. I
lore, because the bean's get a trial MOJiDAY Dt eFPTEMBERneii.beiagthe largest business of the kind in exlat-i malwell
blood is of such exemptions shall apply to all Mb day of Mia month, all Book Account IB W. P. Hatcbett, a young
'that color. ulse's drug except as specified in Section 1 favor of Mid Estate to the amount of 13,151.50.Bald :! ence. Send to Daniel F. Beattv, ,Wash- and ritf
I favorably known this has
Article." ACOOQ rte will be told a*a whole. tugton New Jersey, for Catalogue.I
Tho Jtatioul Ubr&r7. Advertising is JAMES C. COMHIEY: been appointed salesman of. thltele-
Our National knocks the therefore, notice of such de myZT-td Admlninrator.JACKSONVILLE '
library now contains
COMO NOTES. brated "Don't" cigars. These toods
News. is hereby given, with the
nearly iOO.ooobound volumes and
900,000 _____
instructions about the best IntroducAer
pamphlets, and the yearly increase of : Coretpondence Palatka TimeS. are ever ,
.'Aiooks is from 15.000 to 20000. From the ,elector desiring to vote at such COMO, August 23. and the manufacturers, Ellis aje,..* 1".
in favor of the said Amend
religious weekly Mr. E. C. Post made us a pleasant Winston,N. C., have recommendL-wOs

which would lead on stall the same have aide written thereof or printed as such, Steam D Dreia} i a & Gmanin Works call a few days asco. He was prospecting from Senator Vance, the Governor of

IONET SAVED IS MONEY lADE.tie. 15 cents; terms are written or printed the words for a house, to be built soon we the North State, and other prominent

*. ts to 60 oats on every dollar yea spend. SUMMER THE AMENDMENT," and any V Xewnan Su bet.Bay and Forty th. hope. The site selected is one of the men as to the quality of the goods.
Write for msmmotk Catalocae
oar a 00ptfbaok.oootainlx desiring to vote agaiDst"said
UlwtntkM and ftrlaf lowest maa- i finest on Como. Air. Hatchett will handle tobacco in
Attention is thail have written or HIND
ml every woods aad maaaUctarsn'MppUe 1aU.disoooat fs itnr4 I on such ballot on the side ONLY: PLACE OF TUB IX FLORIDA.. Mrs. Schofield and family returned on every form, but desires to make a special -

JlsepUiold eel hnporud Goods into tbe ranltBie United States.Uotktaf.Grocer Ladies'.ed sement of the above prescribe, the words the 19th,bringing her mother, who Is run in "Don't" cigars.F. .

-. faenu dothlar and PomUhlac (foots,DrssSUoeds Railway System, sT THE AMENDMENT." Ladies'and Grata' Wear of every deecrlptioa much Improved in health. All of their C. Cochrane handles the goods.
Walt I Goods Dry Goods. Bat*. Cap*. nice via their votes cast on this question shall OanedorPyed.
Xteots and Sbos, tiiores.. Motions, Glastwarv friends were pleased to welcome
many
pr-Partle,*ndlBg good by express, I pay Goodland
and of
atarle..ry.Watcb* dock Jewelry. SQTrvre.Jtuptes IMES declaration and re- Mr. John Carpenter, ,
Wkipe, Arrtcnltarml etaonLT thereof shall be made the In- Charge one way.H. their return.
riKST c.Wata. Jolly District by Ind., says: I tried Chamberlain'sColic
CLASS GOODS. satMs Jb nine feet in length
and over
the alligator
receipt of IS tints for eipressac*. w.an the by County Canvass DALLOU, Proprietor. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
..ly concern whkk seas at mamlactnrv** pries, System, Board, and by the'State' Canvass fyl-u was caught in a trap on Como a few ,
ikHrtnf the hays *isce nt tLat Uefiitinr for clialhoea.ud severe cramps,
in the
Board
-U- same manner and at
to If by Mr. Bert We
pins heyer. we public. they days ago Vnrgaaon.
'gssont.> aS roods .* t presnt4t tf not fosaA same times as votes cast for per- SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. II and pains in the stomach and bowel
and tickets de hear he will sell the animal
.s.**)ony refanosd. Good seat by exvrses e* for offices> at said election are re or reptile with the best results. In most cases

.*tr*"cU, vita prirUs of cxaaitnarlon Wareocr" ticket agent, by law to be canvassed, de- to any one who wants to start a me- dose win do. Besides it's other
TO AX ORDER AND DECREE one
in QvlMy Street.Ckkafo. fa. every letter of and returned. PURSUANT; made June 3d, 1892.by the Coun- Da erle. rood qualities it Ii pleasant to take."

end parties maps ; attention of the Sheriffs is called tatle of Putnam Coantr, riorida. in the Mr. Wilber Manchester expects to 25 and ro cent bottles for sale by
law them of the application of Arthur WQUams,
WE WILL PAY etc. He requiring to cause a
of the said election M Executor of the estate of Saaaa P. Moore. leave for Wlnstedto join his familyand Ackerman Jt Stewart, Drug tats."TaiLnTES" .
A oslary.1 I IS te SM per work to GOOD a.**t* through tickets to be pub deceased. for the purpose of paring debts I
tIII teprewst u m every eocnty,aa*cell ew|%a**.l starting point ed in a newspaper, printed in the will offer at public tale,to the higbevt and bet make'a short visit at his old home
:IBM mt Msrcnaadlseat uaitactaren*prtos Onr if there be bidder for ash,la font of the front' door of : for September Ill superb ,
majority of cases a paper in the In Connecticut. His grove about Comoare
the Court Home IB Palatka, Putnam County,
vanes wao was fraanr nttrMrsmr nnrrt.T.
Catalao**.pardenlar sal en recent by doing so. }, and If there be'no paper pub- Florida on MONDAY the 1st day of :ftrmg : looking very promising, and wfll number of that elegant Fafckm I
..aetato.zpr.ryaA. kerefore the in the _county they shall cause 1892,daring the legal loan of aale.the Journal. Each issue seems to be,,ort
XAttrrat .t co.hi i real estate situate In Putnam County,Florida soon yield large crop of fruit.
Qmlaty attest,CUeaf.BL about tickets, five copies of this notice to be ,to-wlts Aa andlTtdea ono-hslf Interest Ian beautiful than the preceding; U appears -
in the most public places in the (5)acres more Gr lese,of tin westerly half We are very sorry to hear of the
of Lot one(U Block thirty-two), Towaanlp tc be growin' in sue as wall,
illness of Mrs.D.E.
eleven(11),oath of Range twenty-six (ze)east, severe Dusenberryat
To the Several testimony whereof I have here being s part of the Joseph Hernandes Grant. Mount Vernon N Y. Later news, for it,has now twenty pares of choice ]

FOR SCROFO'LAscrofulous missioners, by set my hand and have here July let,A.D.1801.COOK engravings, instead of sixteen( 'as formerly j
CARLETON. however her health improving
report ,
affixed the ,
sociation Great= SeI Tlorida Jfl-td 0oecial Comwiasiocer. besides a handsome jeover yt j
and she will soon return to ,
humor Tallahassee, the Capital, this 22d we hope I
15 cents
,for or
Gainesville the price a single eopf,
of June,..!. D.1892.Jomf Como in much better health. ,
In the blood, "Recognizing L./C1u wroRD, Notice to Debtors and Creditors. QUILL. $I. 0 per year, remains the same. It]

ulcers catarrh and evident the are determined -
.'ill for Secretary of State. LL PERSONS HAYDr'a CLAIMS AGAiNST is quite publishers

-consumption, :to aT&l1'henelf Jt*.e4j tkra. iA the Estate of Isaac W. Brown deceased, The New Discovery.Yon that'TozLETTS'shall be the]
ol Putnam have heard friends and
County Florida, will eresenc your favorite Fashion Magazine in
wrtunity afforded pounds of elder flowers two them to ate. duly authenticated within the buTj
use t time prescribed by law or they will be barred i neighbor talking about it. You may country,and it Ii jnst as- evident that I
nmbiam of lard. Set on the fire and al1 1 and all persons lndefited to said estate willlake be of tho who know
.world her to simmer. payment to m*. yourself one many our lady friends are of the same opinion -
SarsaparillaThe Thea'stratn
Ayer's apply at CHARLES W. BROWN
Admlnictrator. from personal experience just how good as they are all buying it. AH first.

mosteconomical tractions,the : before going to bed, and as many ?Tuna? Poor FLJiue 10th,1 isa you are one of its staunch friends, be. class book and news dealers have it on I

:elation earnestly during the day as 'you think ad cause the wonderful thing about it Is, sale one month in advance. PuU2aed|

Board of It Is cooling and healing 'arid Notice to Debtors and Creditor. that when once given a trial,Dr.King's by TOILETTES PUBLISHING Co., I

safe, speedy, and throughout the at all injurious. Now is the time New Discovery ever after holds a 126 West 23d street,New YorLBJdJae I
I mHYL UNDERSIGNED RAVING BETS place in the house. If you have never
effective of all appropriations l this ointment, ,as the elder Xor duly appoiBted and qualified. the Exec,. used it'and should be afflicted with a His Tim I
& 'Of the last win and testament of
JacobRosenberg
posed State are in bloom. You can make deceased,notice 1* hereby glrm to cough, cold or any Throat, Lung of Proprietor of Millinery EstabliihJment
"". bloodpurifiers."Has Gazetteer,** as half or quarter of the quantity creditor* to prront their claim* agautst Bald Chest trouble, secure a* bottle at once -How is it yon- don't married l
within the
: Cured Others appeal of the but as the flowers can only be or estate they to will me be barred aad time aa prescribed person* Intebtejto by law I and gin it a fair trial. It is guaranteed Second Ditto-You see, while 1 **

mud estate will iDak.payment to me. every time, or money: refunded. main single all my female asslstaoU&*
for such the
( action once during it Is
will cure you. year, % B..J. BROAD j Trial bottles free at Lowry & Boise, pest that I shall marry one of them M

co-operation tnd. to use the above portlo -V. N. Wzuu,FLA.,May Uta,1892. ExecutJ-i druggists. and are satisfied with Lower wages.

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THREATENING YET. Macon Newt. "AuLs fFlower" 8. A Baker I VERTREES" & CO ,

; : .
....._ 3se Lebtjr eater Valuable phosphate discoveries have .

been made down the: line of tbe Georgia i' w -
'I'r .. ... Or*..4.rALO \J

JLnj IT.-Earlj last Ten-- Southern road.A .r .
looked M If the backbone .f the passenger on the Incoming train -

i WM broken. Taia WM brought Wednesday morning let drop this bit

[be action of Brigadier General of news, and a reporter for the Even

who ii also general northern ing News immediately tackled him on How does he feel ? *He feels Orange Boxes Wraps '

Nit agent of the Lehifb, In exiling the subject. This gentleman resides cranky, and is constantly experimenting .

SeTeuty.foarth and Sixty-fifth near Beech Haven, thirty miles below dieting himself adopting
notions and the r
strange changing
eats and holding all others 1Ia. Macon and be the people in that
says cooking the dishes the hours and
,
,
i command in readiaeu to movemomenta and Nails
section are very much interested in the manner of his eatingAugustFlower Hoops
nolle Tn military ha iguard find. the Remedy.
i OTtr the aea of dUpaU at MASTFACTURER OF t
About three months ago phosphaterock
llliam street yards, and 1ID4.r the How does he feel?-He feels at
tyla was first discovered in small quantities -, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS. IX- .
Election thus afforded the Erie and times a gnawing, ,voracious insatiable
v bleb YaUej bare been enabled ton and tbe matter was kept very appetitewholly unaccountable, CYPRESS- AND YELLOW[ PINE' .

their freight trains for the firstS quiet. The Georgia, Southern and unnatural and unhealthy.AugustFlower Flour, Grits Corn Bran. Hay, Oats CottonSeed .

sins the blockade of Sunday morn- Florida owns the property upon which' the Remedy. ,
' the find located and they have em
is ,
: r. How does he feel?-He feels no LUMBER: Meal and Fertilizers.OLD .
to search the surroundIng -
New men bare been arriving all day plaTed experts desire to go to the table and a

[ad everything teemed to argue ao early country. grumbling fault-finding, overnicety FLA- J., T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.!
c id to the trouble. But since night the The bed discovered contains the rock about what is set before him when SATSUMA IDGII 1'8, .

tike has been spreading and ipreadingidlj. In[ paying quantities and will be worked. he is there-August Flower the I.7'Au: orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipments made.. J

For a long time South Carolina was Remedy. Notice of Removal.In .

it 1 o'clock. m. the New York Genii thought$ to have a monopoly of the
I >switchmen went out. This had How does he feelHe feels
tot feared, but was not altogether ztd. phosphate business, and it was conducted after a spell of this abnormal appetite consequence of the rebuilding of There.f1l.dieted to position J'ractk-al Catalogue.trllrtIOft.free.Cra".t"Write to.
there on a large scale.
it V o'clock the news came that theo Recently discoveries we e made in and an detestation utter abhorrence of food ;loathing as if a the Store No. 51 Lemon street SHORTHAND !lTAHT & SUAnO Y EUSmESS; COLLE&SLOUISVILLE. ,
Rochester and PitUbnrg men
A Florida, and real estate holdings that mouthful would kill him-August KY.
N gB ne out and the West Shore men
"are to follow. /Buffalo,Rochester were considered worthless at once tookon Flower the Remedy. C. I. ROWTONhas

ittsburg men went out despite the a and much excitementwas removed to tbe corner of Lemon
hat their create How does he feel?-He has irregular -
tertre were acceded to.
and Front streets, in the KTean mock, A. V. MOUNT. WALTER THOMAS.
r.***? ire housing engineOn the The dIscovery at Beech Haven has bowels and peculiar stools- lately occupied by H. T. Vatterlik,
VRToose and all hands are idle in the not created any excitement, but has August Flower the Remedy.' where he will be glad to supply his
x _d.. There is DO disturbance, but.nl' put Jots of people to looking for phosphate .- as heretofore with the BEST
patrons
trainman
) teems determined on hit MOUNT & THOMASStaple
coarse of action. beds. In more than ne instance and FRESHEST FRUITS in season. ,

The strike on the Central was ordered valuable finds nave been made and the "The Little YutIiam"SAMPLE Oranges Bananas, Strawberries, Apples 'it .
by the nitchmeD''uioD. General Superintendent matter is beginning to creep out. Fancy Tomatoes, Dates, Figs. Raisins,
Voorheet declined to grant prices have been offered for lands, BOOM, &c., Ac. Also Fresh Bread, Cake.,
the demands, and the climax cam. The which has created suspicion, and now Pies and Candies. ,
committee met and decided to strike everybody is searching for phosphate.The LEMON STREET.: PALATKA FLA. Cigars,Tobaccos lc.of the choicest
,I RepreeentatiTe of all the roads went opinion is expressed that the Full Line of Choir TViaee..Liquors and Ct- brands. .
before Judge Green and representedthat country below Macon abounds in phosphate are al wars la Stock. Pure California Grape Juice and

their property was not sufficiently rock, and as soon as the find at jy-Orden from the Country rromptir Tilled, New York Apple Cider. myS- andFancySroceriesPALAIKA
guarded by the called out by the known interest
troops eech Haven is generally oc!-3m CHAS. HERE:K A, rroprletor." ;
,sheriff. In the matter will increase.
The Judge granted an order to General G. MANGOLD
J.
Doyle, who at once issued a g.u.ralrder "WAT POWS CTO D* 'BlTAireK RlBlKS. ,
Go to Lea's Springs,Qrainrer County,East
I calling out the entire fourth brigade w FLORIDA. ..v
This brings an additional force of Tennessee.A White Sulphur LEADING ARTIST IN
I,"0 men on the scene making a total Popular Summer Resort, twenty

f about 2.000 men nnier arms here one miles from Knoxville, on the first- PH'HAlT ANQLMM6APE CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS. '
Nearly 1.000 men are on a strike,with Hotel.W.
the probability of 400 or 900 more being class newly completed Morristown and. Springs << PHOTOGRAPHY.
Ided to this number in the next six Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and ALL GOODS WARREXTED OR MONEY REFUNDED. JalSlyA.

ra. Telegraph Office on the place. Fasten-: T. SING Manager. FRONT STltEE1'.l'J.L.&TJU.:

A. Ib ."...' Ir.. CkU(*. eers from the North and East via. WHITE SPRINGS, FLoRID ATTEND PROSfPTLY TO CALLS ;
ICA.OO, Aug. 17.-liter a conferee Morristown; from the South via Knoxville WILL.......0'Groves,Renidenees,etc?.with. .... D. STEVXS3,M.E.:.Kaaafer Engineering: Departmeat.
RATES BY WEEK OR :MONTH. .n .tea Sanee of Studio. Always up
ee the switchmen's national beadlarters ; from the West via Knoxville SPECIAL WHITE SULPHUR and CHALY to the latent ityie*of Portraiture. If you wanta J. R. MKRUIJU Maaaeer Blacksmith l' ope.M .
at Which all the grand officers natural liEATE WATERH in U* South Spring dia- Crayon of yourself or old Pictures enlarged try A. X. Maaaeer Boiler Shop,
and Cumberland Gap. Superior ,
hour free
chUttDr over 1.800,000 Jal1on.per I us before tending off to tome portrai'fraacL
[Were pret/tat except Grand Master advantages, viz: Fine, Romantic Curet diMaIeI of all klndi. {U3tf I II Call and see specimen no20SmARS

immo weenert$: said: Grand: Secretary-Treasurer Mountain Scenery, with Signal Point I r the BEST. iIei

k.T "Eri.tiDHaD4 Western New York higher and more commanding than ORGANS se.d forc.u.logne. rrill..St nn H Co.

great>>ansyh railway anis system systems, Jtwo involved of the Lookout Mountain. Remarkably4 bland M. J. Murphy. ington.. New Address Jersey., : norS-tf. Wash o

Location. nat- 1
trite, bare acceded to our demands. Healthy Superior

leaves only the Valley road ural Mineral Waters, White Sulphur, E. C. KELLY
|X We hare received a telegramgreeny Black Sulphur and Chalybeate, acknowledged "
announcing the fact M IISNe.e the best south of the Po Lw M Bird filler.WHOLESALE SIGN OF (St"CCESSOlU'fro.J. E. )[ERBiLL;&JCo.)} *
\ "
eat tomac. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths. '
> et Tree. .r-

1rLo, N. Y., Aug.IT.-The ChicatUpatch Good usual amusements.Society, Music Comfortable, Dancing Rooms and, AND RETAIL The Biff Coffee Pot !!I Mechanical and Electri 1 Engineer

reporting a settlement ofhe Beds and food Table Fare. Board,
strike i mistake. situation month. Post Office is tatiaiCQ IIAUOfiQ UU1 (17 A Full and Complete Line of: ""
a Tbe 130 to f 40 per fmCO, Ll pOWTVO IIIRI Ci MS.Agent I .......- "
be BrU U uehang d. The men are named LEA'B SFRDJQS, Grainger STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and

lout. County, East Tennessee. Send for for the celebrated J. W. Har- TINWARE which must be cold beep I! BOILER, AND BLACKSMITH. WORK,; sI
Descriptive Circular. ner & Silvester Whiskies. A full line will pay 10 inspect this stock,as I +
JEALOUSY CRAZED HIM.h Address M. J. HUGHES, of the best brands at the lowest prices.W3llsies nothing but the best of everything.; :

tie .. Tw. ........ ... ....... President; and :Manager. Plumbing, Tinning and Gas Fitting In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Engines and Machineryof
the
executed in most approved style
,
te tau Hla ..|&. CabreU* '1'.... Leaves as a Fr teeUenAssiut : : promptly and at low prices all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of building small

LTmL, Amg. n. Insanelyof le.eet.. Rye.................$1 50 Don't forget the place, Sign of the Launch and Steamboat Hulls of SteeL WA also furnish Boilers and Machineryand
Billie BcMII...............__............... coo Coffee Lemon Street between Wood Hulls desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for Westnghouse -
LU wife Edward Mi Big ,
Poet
> Our correspondent, Mr. Chas. F SUrer Wedding. Y 00Sute.ter ( Engines. Workmen >sent to all parts of the State. We keep on hands
..... Second and Third.
i old. laid two people low with his of Eustis writes that last he Standard Rye"A A"Bourbon........... lOG tOO full line of Boiler Makers' and Blacksmith' supplies Second-Handj Machinery ,
iVef and then tkmpW to end hit May, year J.W.llarp ..._.. ft so bought and sold. Write for estimates and prices. ... -

I Ufa. The persons shot were James put same of the leaves of this tree with r-o.as4l! | THE ACME OmcK TND SHOW-138 and 140 EAST BAT STREET, JACUONVtI.L ,'F .A.
[they a ,boarder and HIM Mary his popcorn and garden seeds, with a The Juz Trade a specialty. Country

Icy, lodger in Bailey's bouse. An few on top,and the seeds were not molested orders solicited. oc23-tf APARTMENT HOTELRefitted .

Lppy marriage lay at the bottom of by the weevil. His wife also :BAMBERGBusiness

booting.Utcreekentbs. says they wiU,If sprinkled among woolen Tremont Hotel, and Refurnished with Entirely New (

Bailie tndbU wit. clothes, prevhnt the moths from injuring Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located,convenient
> been separated. The husband waseda them. He adds trop.inLT HOTSt TOO2Tt.]J| to Depot aad Boat Landing Good
;
Room la Connection, with Correspond-
Dining
Nw from priton.
day ace write I look out of the NEAR BAY, JACKBON- Low Price.
,. "As I can KEWRAX STREET, tug
to his .
had been tent Jail owing ..-ItvutebedRooms,Me to fLOO per Day,
ire to famish |800 bail to keep fee door and see two umbrella trees that VILLL ILL SidO to S4.M per Week. .

sad refrain from annoying hither were set the winter of 1885-6. They /CENTRALLY LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE: H. A. BXJRT.Proprietor" College
CI WAR Ttwimnphiv Renovated. 111 W.Bay Street Jacksonville,Fla.oc991lyl .
heard a noise in the cellar of are now fifteen inches in diameter, and Rates, |2.00 to S3.W per day.PODGK; |

An inrestigattoa' din though twenty-four feet apart, their : !: CCLLKKS, Uh t

Bade. who shot him. Mias limbs interlock. Beneath this! dense DO'I'13' __' Proprietors.'IT .
bed down in the cellar and oa yep
er, thinking ber hit wife. shade thb St. Augustine gnu forms a BAMBERC. S. C., .
shot nlmself. Bailia'a wound solid mat of living green, and It stays 't CURE

In fatal; the others will recorer. so th? year round, whether cold or hot, YOURSELF!

I believe the St. Angus.. If troubled witaG wet or dry.
A W.BBaa'a leer sate F GleelWbites.Sp.roatorrhcpsor .'
tine would make the best all-the- any unnatural discharge ask* ;
400, HL, Aug. 17.-Mr*. N. E.eT grass I druggist for a bottle *f
of this city U the inventor of year-round pasture grass we have in [Bit U. It cure in a few dayi THREE TEACHERS. FOUl SUBJECTS
without the aid er publicity of a
n pipe line for carrying small the South.Ex.The ._ I doctor. Non-poUononi and ..'
still in its ind- I0 ] guaranteed not to stricture.
The U
project but so '
male wasp never stings; L The t7.ioererwmtan tort.
but Mrs. Beasley confident of long as he and his sister ere twins, and Manufactured by BOOK'K: EPING. SHORTHAND.
al success of the inrention. Theis .Tit ZTUII Chaniieal Co.I '
dress alike this bit of knowledge avail- .,
to lay pipes from Chicago to CINCINNATI, O.
I antis coast The grain is to be eth not.-Brandon Bucksaw. Y.e. a.n TELEGRAPHY: PENMANSHIP. ,-
in a continuous tentilated shaft, "' ,
ed, without friction at twelve Merit Wins. STANDS AT THE HEAD %; ,o0 ,
hour. The power stations an We desire to say to our,citizens, that '
enty-fire miles apart the sec- for yean we have been selling Dr. If you want.a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, bj PRACTICAL TEACHERS

lug that length and the esti- King's New Discovery for Consumption For MINIMUM COST to oaf College. Send cent
Bilious Attacks at a come one stamp
cost of this transportation U 8busbeL Dr.King's New Life Pills, Buck- J
A working model it to len's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitten, The GALIGBAPH.MACHINE for Catalog. jyl.,t-
Ud in Chicago this fall. Tb and have never handled remedies that heartburn, l

[mated, is $ .OOO.OOO for a line sell as well, or that have given such sick headache
"o to the coast. universal satisfaction- We do not hesitate JlE8PEcrFCLLY can the attmtlnn 01 the ,
to guarantee them every time, and I pubile to -CALIGRA.rU" WRITING and all disorders of G. LOFER BAILET. 'n a.- M. miXIARD.
i Ckl.*.. Ar O.tileg .... to refund the ,renowned the world ever for hirh.
we stand ready purchase est BPEED, simplicity and strength JJ JJr8TRCCTKW the stomach, liver,
Ly, Aug. 17.-According to re- if satisfactory,results do not fol- and lonr-tted DURABrLrTT.
,Diplomatic information received low their use. These remedies have Superior a&dleast MAJJlFOLDENO--Eai depression In writing.: t,Level Steadtest KeyBoard and bowels, G. LOPER BAILEY & 00.Fire .

a has addressed strong repreM won their great popularity purely on ; separate key for each character and>O"SH1FT. .
their merits. For sale by Ix::wry & I .* All rtatntershangesblesadbear- Ayer'sCathartic Pillsare
to Russia pr.teetcalut .Inn ADJUSTABLE.
UipatUa of iWlx country by the Hulse, Druggists. I Tnia Hachln U offered not upon its "Record
thesafest
f IXtRL.'i8IC WORTH
or 'Label. bat upon'
Ks, AI. bftacn of tbe treaty of alone.
,I, .oieb ftxee tbe frontier 100 IX CIRCUIT COURT.. FIFTH JUDICIAL Price aad Circulars on application. surest, Life and Accident Insurance, .

4 orth of Aktash where the Rutencamped. JAS. A. BAIR Agent, and
CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, Palatta Fla. most popular; t
r timor of Chinese Turkeetani PUTNAM COUNTY. li25-3m medicine for '
1 i troops to protect the frontier. .

i l>rW.tlae I* Reel Tiff l.Im. C. IL no GlkarUt )I Attae Plaintiff.a BE A MAN Dr.family J. C.use. PALATKA. FLORIDA. J
Ayer & Co.
.
soon, Aug. 17.Great excite- F. Eo Jaekaoa. ) ttefeadant. "t
erailt over tbe Cooley depreda- Tit defeedan4 F.E. Jactooo,and all pma AMUB WAS A PERFECT_ MAN. Every Dose Effective.
Interested are bweby re*! ird to
re. The store of Merchant dfi- plead to the declaration tied to thu ranee for to h tUrtCT_II was n..ATCIUSlIl easier ae........ewe WAIl tad s F Musical" PerfectloaU t
Hied tbmtaX en or before the FIRST MON 2T4 a .r,I'.r............- wtAtyoa seek ta bayfiic a PLrej
oeton was raided and robbed DAY Or SEWEMBER. 1892; and they are MA* MB STKOI
t It 11,000. A number of othtf hereby notified of the Invitation of this snit byGTLU ace?:t oaovita:n u. wigs rut. n.ett> rAghena rrAteOe tlget erg .
sad that U property or Mid d.feadant D_ EJlT f'tHlBIE Lowest New Vork Price
tlOQl are reported. The sheriff at. bmnt. MILS ___ ,
claim N YOIMIgrte.MENOR 11
attached W 1&Uif7 U.
hd been ...._ ;
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tb a hf;e armed force. 11 theawlt. of the pbiifl 1'f In this ., ).w.. YwYnW 0 .4 a.. Me.r.fir '
H. Lass
Cnt.CmUST. awn. C ::= : STEINWAY ..
ejiptured summary jtUtioeTTU1 *. 1..e. r..1e 7nare4w.rry PWS4 ......w..era-... ? .
,Platoon Attorner
." Oo.ia n..we o.-P-.s.- ... aLd take i41u.te
,. 001y Sa swb an.r N e1h1r. r
158:. fe>5m ace,rnsoiAi. WIAKUKM.wa berre.ne
June 3 .. r Sa wren.eves of
s b FMriCT: : KXA1TK. iitom .. rise. __A.,.._...... r
aD.r7 11* }gmlaai.L; Q.MIX.\Joe hi.TiTAirrr... Jiwse*at S..raa.we tmo EY the rw.rrw..w.r wbuBy.ae ..cal.r.. 4a
EAsI< ,,AJai. Ot-The Demo- VIGOR OF MEN claim 'r years of praeUeebj. seedtler.rer47... Testa.
the oar .eetn.ire mrthortt a uniform ATlaDf etrd.e of = aa..nre ._/ httrer.vrnl.
frat congressional district Permanently ftetor4.Wfk ".0.0"1.T or..ceua" u trestle r...w- ra fir fie.ear.
Ca.ii,. Ouiekty.ft....___ Jh. n"r. aM an an nl.w.w.w..u-aced fir,.. Ranni.welt_-.....-.,.-....
convention cou1 ee.a
bere all the ties
.
.
I the Into of ertle from art?el'Pt'norla&e1'e.ceNN. .A.JLku.'f..umeetaa
district beiQj teprflf'11ted. but the nnJU of ewr.ort. rkii i* wxwrj.eta. tll from testate and Terttotte I We are Wholesale So Itl e Agents ;
atr nth. dITeloptese" ana sues rtrvo ':=:3la.J1 BUR NEW BOW=.feesLmit r r
eat'fttOQl bSng light ia nu.m- : orrea end port of tae bndq. Hn.pe_, I raaal- e-ee sera pwt eralalh. aSas pb&ewlrefrw.. fbc CbflM eaMeaetd hae remeata.aad yea can boy from u a*
are ttat )1&l1orf'W >>e Dpnwr-' Ill'" ltvkil rM.M.. rteLLT SOBS e.r'.e.1..4..eM7.w.wiIl.-7se.a.a. exMMtv eAsswiy,ac4 amfeir tyLUOOCPf ,,
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aII4 P.!'.!!.!.lD"'t.cI ntCBICAL fN&Jed1 CO.tree.. BuFFAI.O.'tt Y. k MEBICALCO.BWFFALG.M.Yc> aM4MJ'.la. a.er.e..a.arERIE .er.rr ic"i.e w.}a eaw, a..1.rWthrIT a, : BATES, 3+tviIok, Oartl 7






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i: P 1 TKktWJ: TIIJJ ">"!.".G '",",;: .. r""KiW:, _' H.-. / I OVB_ 1- WASHINGTON., ; 41Correspondence ... .... "\. LE'l"l'H. ; x '

.. ... ... ; .. ..... -- .. :BlfJt8-; ,,? erkd IIM\.We1ebtln. Fertilizer : PaUtka Times.WASHINGTON ,::La TLE BROT :ERS; ? -

; that is not blinded by prejudice, ; August 19.
PALATKA. FLA.,AUGUST 26aaverUii 1M.Aa 1
can deny to woman a vo'ce in the selection The society of American Florists

>K tiills UWUUMJ out pro rata of those who levy taxes upon I held their eighth annual meeting in this Fertilizer and Phosphate Company!

every;IIIOGtL 8Pf"Ub&1 and.twrt.lme P&JatHe her property or expend it, or a voice in I city dud g tW week. Delegates from

.AllTMi.tttBces auould .tether.bra=irer. I the selection of our rulers To this I nearly every State ia the Union and

.. Mer order or registered I prepeaHion only the stale and' untenable -: also CaewM were present; the meet.

McKENZIE a BURTX PnklUhers, objection can be made, "Tne exercise figs were largely attended aDd' were J.A.CB.SONvILLF, : ,Ls_.

BOX N Pkrriu.FLORIDA. of the ballot would unsex her or very Inlerertifis; and instructive, and

be to entirely incapacitated." Joan of the floral display very full and .hand-

Jfci41; Organ of the jJounthr Arc ,led an army, Elizabeth waft thegreatest some. The time'of the delegates not Grandest Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century !

ttf OxwjLTIONAL Farmtr,'AlIw.nu. ruler of England, Catherine taken up in business meetings was

made Russia a nation, Isabella of Spain pent by attending numerous receptions -

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. was instrumental in the discovery oi ,excursions, etc., and viewing the -VIZ :-

the western continent.. In' the war of city and its public buildings. They

For President: the revolution Mollie Stark successfully will return to their homes well pleased The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer I

GROVER CLEVELAND.For comma'nd.a. battery, and was thankedby with the meeting and their generous HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Compa 1 ma

Vice-lTesIdent: Congress; while in one of the great treatment while in the city. whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods. Vt tad I fen.

E. STEVENSON. battles of the recent war a woman leda On account of the large number that

ADLAI For residential Elector: magnificent charge of the 69th regiment will take part in the parade of the G. Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Mater K,.OK.L

T. M. SlIACKELFOIlD, A. R. and- to shorten the time requiredthe on hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees th fitted T.

To woman we look for consolation line to pass a given point, Cora- nest K
B. B. BLACKWELL. have been tested throughout the State. deceits.
and advice in all 'our difficulties, yet, mander-in>Chief Palmer has decided D..

W.A. E.N. MAXWELL TIIom'soN.TATE'DEMOCRATIC ,. in our arrogance and assumed superiority that it shall be in double column; he SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA. 1 I,Till.,T,

,'deay her a privilege accorded baa also stated that. none but Grand

the'meanest and lowest, intellectuallyand Army men shall be allowed to march '
Little Bros' Fertilizer and
TICKET. Phosphate Company
: roomily, because they are men. In It. The double column business is I i nf>U the DetM*m

For Governor Women constitute one-third of the not favored b1.the cdmmiiUebere, as JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.driest

HENRY L. :MITCHELL.For trustees and one-half the delegates of they believe> it will create confusion

the "Central Association" which embraces and correspondence with Gen. Palmeris S.
of State, Special Trala to St. Augustine.
Secretary
the churches of Pennsylvania now being conducted upon the sub '
CRAWFORD On Sunday a special train will be Passenger Schedule.
JOHN L. ,
and New. York, including a cozen or ject.

Justice Supreme Courts: more regularly' ordained preachers; In the park fronting the Pension run between Palatka and St. Augustinefor

R. FENWICK TAYLOR. while the, Howard Observatory has a building there is quite a novel and wish the to visit accommodation the Encampment.ot those Leave who THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN acid FLOR IDA 'RAilROAD'

of female assistants dealing successfully handsome floral display consisting of
corps ,
General
For Attorney Palatka, union depot, 8:30 a. m. Returning -
W. B. LAMAR.For with the most. difficult astrom- beds of different colored plants, representing leave St. Augustine 4:30 p. m. SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIDA.

ical problems. There is scarcely agreat the corps and other army and Fare for the round trip, 100.
Taking effect JULY X 1892. Standard Time Seth Meridian.
Comptroller, statesman today who has not a navy organizationswhich does credit to

W. D. BLOXHAM. wife that is a politician; yet we are the delll ers. As a general liniment for sprain
and bruises for rheumatism lame SOUTH BOUND.
t.o141-t will not do to give woman privilege While there is more activity in political or ,
-
For Treasurer, back seated muscular
to vote.Woman quarters, I tnust repeat what I deep or pains, KG. l-WK3r INDIA FAST StAlL VO. 3-EXrEESS MAIL

C. B. COL1JNS.ForSupeilntendent Chamberlain's Pain Balm |lis unrivaled.For Leave Atlanta.... ......._......... ..... 7JO am Ian Atlanta.... ............. .. *.pm
is everywhere doing her said in a former letter, that I do not Leave Macon }... ........... ............ 11 Want Lea"Jlaeoa................o ..... .. .JOJSpm149am
Public Instruction, work her share of think to have enthusiastic sale by Ackerman & Stewart, Leave Cordele.............._..._....... tJSpaiLeareTllton Ivan CordeleLeave ............ '. ....... ... ..
successfully, paying we are going a very Druggists.Death. ..... ....... ...... 3.47pmAirfre I Tlltoa-.......... ........ ... >-Mam
N. SHEATS.For taxes and in all things an Important campaign and one Valdosta.......................... SJOpm Arrive Valdosta.......... ..... .. 4 jo amiMam
W. ,
very peculiar Arrive Jaoner............................. A46 pm I Arrive Ju1er. ...,.. ......... .. ..
factor. Yet she is debarred from a feature is that. many of the lead- of Mr. W. K. Ita..... I Arrive White Springs. ........ .... .... T.i:*pm Arrive Whit flprI.p.:5.: amJftam
Commissioner of Agriculture, Arrive Lake City......................... $.00 pm I Arrive Lake City............... .... .. .
control of the citizens
voice in municipal affairs or en in both parties so far have manifested ,Last Sunday morning ol Arrive llamptoo .. J7pm I Arrive Hampton. . ar ami
L. B. WOMBWELL, the nation. The colonies declared war, much zeal, and there is much our town were shocked by the receiptof Arrive PaUUta..::::::::::..:::.::::: ::.JOJOpm: I I ArTIyo Palatka..::..:::::::.=: ::::::. : :.1e oe am

For Congressman Second District, not because of excessive taxation, but truth in the remark of Bob Ingersoll as a telegram from St. Augustine an- GeoIrlT"O Macon after arrival of Incoming moraine Trains on Central, Southwestern

because of taxation without represen far as many leaden are concerned; nouncing the death of Mr. W. E. Ran. ,Virginia and Georgia, Macon and Northern and Macon and JiatontoaBailmads.

ICHAS. :M. COOPER. tation. And yet because a woman I Is that "both parties are engaged in som, a worthy and highly respected f o.I leaves Maven after arrival of Incoming afternoon train. on the renrral Southwestern L
Macon and Northern and Railr .d ,and connects Ttftmi with ... We-1
Georgia "* at Brunswick |
not a man, notwithstanding the onerous figuring how they can defeat their own citizen of Palatkl, who, with his tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville, via Bran-wick and Western and ravannah, Florida and

COUJfTT DEMOCRATIC\TICKET. burden of taxation she bean, she candidate and not elect the other fel tamily, had been spending some time Johns Westesa and; at Ocklawaha Palatka for River St.steamers.Augustine and all point in East and Sooth w Fluriua, sad with 8t

Is disfranchised. low." on the sea eoast. Being informed that
Tor :Members of the Hoiise of Rep. NORTH BOUND.NO. .
i As I look around I find the Democrats his*remains,accompanied by his family,
resentatives, Joan McGllTs Death. WEST L DLJ'ASTUJL.. NO. 4,
2. EXPRESS MAIL
the 9:30
would arrive here Monday
J. II. HARP The Plain Speaker a daily in better spirits, and every day on Lea..P&1atb........................... 4.45am I leavePalatka ... .?....,. _.. 444 p
p&per more sanguine of success, while the train from St. Augustine, Palatka :Ma Leave Hampton......................... **24anIx&ve > Leave lUniptunLfsve ........... ... .. .. ..
$ JOHN P. WARL.Tor at Hazel ton Pa. the former Lake City......................... T.40am lAte Cite .. ........... .. .. {
published Republican National Committee is hawIng sonic Lodge, No. 34, turned out in Leave White Springs............... .... S.Mam I Leave White Spring*..... *..... .
Clerk'of Circuit. Court home of John McGill the follow numbers to meet the Leave Jasper............. .............. (.40 amLeaveValdosu. Leave Jasper........_. . a.
pays a nard time to induce men who sorrowing family ............. ............. ..lIO am Leave V ta..f... ... .. Jn
JOSEPH PRICE. ing tribute to his memory, which we have.heretofore been their active lead- and inquire what. service they could be Leave TUton....... ....................11.31am Leave Til ton........ .. Tf.... .... Jj
Leave Cordele.. ... ... IJWpm Leave Cordele .i.r.T.Arrive .
For Sheriff take great pleasure in reproducing: ell to take part in the campaign. to them. The Lodge were requested Arrive Macon :...:: .:::.:...::.::.::: 4.10pm Macon.:::'.:::..:::.::.:::' .. ..
% Arrive Atlanta............... ........... Tsftpm Arrive Atlanta................. .. .
JOHN W. HAGAN' "The sad intelligence came from the There are quite a number of prominent to take charge of the remains for the

South: yesterday that John McGill a Republicans who openly speak dis- honors of a Masonic burial. The
For County No.S leaves Palatka after arrival fast West India mall from Tampa and eon neon
M. I. Judzrre former resident of this region,had diid. couragingly of the,party prospects .and Lodge, complying with the request with all outgoing p.m. trains,C. R. R.8. W.R. K. M.&W, R. R,O*. R. RK..T. V..and Georgia

Dig John,* as he was familarl slightingly the ticket. The truth'H, proceeded to the Enucopal Church, and No.Macon leaves and Pilatka Northern after Railroad.'arrival of trains from 8t. Augustine and points In East and Booth

For County ; called by his many acquaintances in this that the politician does not see,how he where the casket containing the remains Florida, and connects at TUton with Brunswick and Western from Brunswick, Ga. and Jackson
II. L LILIE L. ( Tilto Fa. Close connection at Mama for Nashville,Louisville Oaevnn< Kvoasvilto,ft?-
/ city, was a resident of Ebervale, where can make anything out of the electionby : had been placed, at 4 p. m. and Chicago Short Lilte to World's Fair,vi*( .H.i: R. R.e Os. Western and AtNashville.
Foi 1' Cbattanoog and St.Loots aDd LoaisYltle snAa.bvtlle,and Macoa with all ens-
a.. Collector,* he worked h the mines._ Some years either candidate, hence the 'apathy. The funeral services were conductedby trains on Central Railroad. -

a7 W. M. WILLIAMS. be took notion -to RY. Mr. Avery, after which a
ago a quit workingin Ex-Governor Spooner who has
recently -
folowed the remainsto An Trains arrive and depart from Union Depots, Macon and Palatk
a Superintendent Public Instruction, the mines, and went South to peddle. been nominated for Governor large procession Elegant Sleeping Can will be run on Trains No.\ 9 and No. 4.
West View Cemetery, where the Interment For further information, apply to Agenlfc at luactioa points,or to
4r THOMAS W. RALPH. After speeding a year or two at by the Republicans of the State of took place with :Masonic W. r, BOBBINS,Ticket Agent,Palatka.
that he started hotel at Palatka Fla. JAMES MEMZTX8, GeD.ral.f.teat.77 West Bay street.Jacksonville.A. .
For County Surveyor a honors.
Wisconsin only a 'few days ago, acknowledges -i .C.KNAFr.Traffl Manager, MJCOH.Ga. !

P. D. WATKLNS. and at once became popular with the that that State is a little They Have a Bonanza.

For Justice of the Peace, DistrictNo. people at that place, and also became doubtful,'while he has grave feats for
It seems the owners of Dr. Drum- A Cheap Excursion
8-U. Haughton. itrosperous. Shortly after locating his party in Michigan, but. at the same
For Constable Justice District No. 81 mond's Lightning Remedy for Rheu- UNDER WIN
In the South, he came North and was time has no fears of Nebraska or Kansas -
-}V. H. Wigg, Jr.Pot matism have a'Don nza.u their remedyhas -
Justice District No. I-A. B. married to Miss Bridget Kennedy, an and yet many things ego "lo show known to fail In a single

T cny. estimable young lady who was well that the Democrats have ,a fighting never WASHINGTON D. C. -AND-
For Constable Justice Distnct No. 1 known in this I place, having worked chance in all these States, and only case. There is certainly room in the
-L. L. Neweom Jr. market for a medicine that will do
here Uiloress for several
as a years. and lots of it will themto
For Justice District No. --George money save wonderful EMBALMINA
what they claim for this
E. Pegues.For Ills married life was short, for his wife the Republicans, and the "pro- I A SPECIAL TRAIN TO BE USED WITH
the is S .
Justice in Precinct No. 19-B.F. died in child-btrth* and both her and tected" will have to shell out to preparation. Although price $
hugely TTti LINL of METALIC, <
per bottle If it does one half claimed EXTRAORDINARY PRIVILEGES.The .
Lyon. her infant buried together in the
For Constable in Precinct 19-J. E. were help the g. o, p. in this its time of for it the price should be {100. If the and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS
:. same coffin in St.. Gabriel' Cemeteryfour need. Only money, nothing more. druggist has not got it, the remedy will
Lane. \ <* ago last July. The death of It is now' stated that ex-Secretary address beautiful and historic "Shenandoah Val HAXD.
in Prednct. 18 T. B. yean be sent to any by prepaid express -
For Justice -
Blaine will makd'at least ley:Route"has been selected bj the Grand Array
one
.wlfe"w sad blow )Ir: McGill speech receipt of price. Drummond
tees to
t a on
I4 elaee. > irf1 .t.
.. in his old district in Maine 1n support Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden Lane New of the Republic of Florida as the official routeto Mall and telegraph orders| pr
For Constable-Jamea Johnson.For and every year he came here to visit of the Republican nominees yet none the Annual Encampment,at Washington,D.c.SU'TEXBXa2OUL .
York. Agents wanted.Foreclosure attended tn.
Justice Precinct No.M.Cannon. her and ina 1893;as the following extract .
grave, was expected again of his friends claim that. he is very enthusiastic -
few weeks. ia the matter or that he will from their General Order fin 4, dated
B. L. LILIENT'Night !
For Constable-H. L. Roberts. much of Sale.UNDERAND Enstis, Fla, July 30.will testify: .
in the ,
play a part campaign.
"The telegram announcing his death "Special Headquarter Train win leave JacksoavlUe -
Brother Platt is still in the dumps FRIDAY EVEN1NO, September 16th, ; calf at K. S. MOON 'S'
from his sister Dom. F. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE t: Y
Kolb is the German for calf and the came Mary, to ltilllook .
while :McQuay, Cameron & Co. JC AK0 SALE rendered in at 1Io via: F. i W. Railway to ewrlior: .
English of it seems to be that the Ala Sweeney.of this office, who was a guest. on from afar, and Benjamin and the nreott Court for the Fifth Judicial Circuitof V.& Ga. thrvagb Chattanooga B. | rear &f Putnam Unvse. te2f'.t.
Shenandoah and ft
N. &: W. Ry to Junction
Florid, Putnam the Honorable
bama kicker is Goiernor Jon t meat.Peneacola .- of Mr. McGiU's while in the South last his admirer must see the writing' on J. J. Finl-y. Judge County of uhf Court by ,on the 23d O. R. R.to Washington, arriving at about tfn. 5) MASTER'S SALE.
winter. The telegram stated that the I the wall, and conclude that he la'not day of August 1892 IB a certain cause therein m,September 18.
mace the
News. "Tbe Commander is ambitious to
'it.t? iwnding,wherein Kate B. Hnatington is complainant
as an available candidate as they ex- TT5DKR: JLND BY VIRTUE: OF A DECREEof
Special Train carrying the Department Flag asaceee :
remains would leave Palatka :Fla., on I ,and June H.Shelley Sheriff and *x>
U foreclosure and
sale, made and
pected.The. I $ To the end that he be not disappointed entered
fflcio Administrator of the Estate of Bertha A.
Joseph Pulitzer has subscribed $12- the 18th (today) and be taken: to this Third Party leaden are placing Brown; Joseph S. Brown, Charles:. Brawn aU Comrades who anticipate the their trip are hereby oa Coon the of 28th the..Tr'II.I .A, Circuit D. IOTA In of the the Circuit
: solicited to Buteof
transportation
earnesily arrange
000 to a fund for helping carry the city for interment in St. Gabriel's Cem- their hopes of the election of their and,The of England Land Mortgage art defendants Bank oft wiU, Mil, Limited for by this line. ..1eI1d&,1.and for Putnam County, In a eer

West for Cleveland. This is about oneweek' etery, where the body of hU beloved Vice Presidential candidate General cub,at public oaten, at the front door of thCourt OfficialJ.rr. 8. Da.Dept V. IIAZZARD Commander. taIII Aanle cause Godwin thrnia! eaaa pending aDd George la JCbac T.ry Can.' whereto her
Field by the failure of an election Hoose, in Palatka. Mid Putnam Count), Adjutant General. husband are complainants and C. Hllbor
by
all rich
income. If Democrats Assistant
wife lies. Constable Boyle who spent Florida, on the FIRST MONDAY IX OCTOBEB .
Tattle etal* .are defendant, I shall sell to the
the and the
follow suit the campaign fund will"be a people subsequent election next beta the 3d day of laid month, be. highest and best bidder for eaebola front
some time in ralatka, says that the noon of the de. schedule U announced for the of the
by Congress but as their assertions tweet the legal tale following The following Coon House door ia said Putnam Cooatr. la
bouncer quickest time between this city and "that the Constitution prohibits the scribed land,to-wit: Lot numbered one (1) In fepecial." which win be composed of one bag. theTowaof Palatka. on the FIRST MONDAY
Block thirty-fire(35),In the Town of Hunting107. -
Snug the afta dayef SEPTEMBER,A.
of coaches D. WW
sufficient Bomber
President and Vice-President both and more fatly set forth by reference to plats gage ear and a day ,
that place is thirty-six hours, so within the legal hosts sale, the foUowiar
of aid Town surveyed J. Clyde Power In and Pullman Sleepers-.n Te tlWJed-to accommodate
by
Dr. from the same State and that lands to-wit: AH that tract ur Parcel of land
Talmage preaches beautifullyen coming ,
that case the remains will not the year A. I). all lying and being la Putnam aQLeave : situate,lj ing la the(Vwnry of Pntaam
the uses of adversity, but what a reach here before Friday evening. Mr. the Senate is restricted. to the two County Florid Jacksonville. .... .. OO p.m.Kept.IS and tate-rtf aging I known and des
could highest numbers on the list," are FRANK Hiner. Arrive Atlanta(Stop 1 boor. JO a....Sept 17 ignated a* the MGran ta John EOdman r.
he deliver if be
sermon only Con. of South street Special Tbu signed by Robert McHardr.1* or "Rodma.r
Byrnes Wyoming both errors it won't do for them to Arrive Chattanooga (Stop
,
knew what realy is! The hopes Jo*.E.RALDWUC,Complainant's Solicitor. boars ... .... ... .. lils j m.Rept.17 Graat," located la Township Ten (lov, and
adversity will be informed .to-morrow by letter base their on this line, and if an2s-td J Arrive k'.(Stop 1 hour): 4.16 :m. Kept. IS Eleven(II),Booth Ranges Twentr-flve ns> and
doctor has had a good time in this the funeral this and General Field' chances stand upon no Arrive Buena Vista(Stop I hr) '.:10 a.m.Sept. 18Arrive Twenty-sU (.e5) east. aad containing flfteea
regarding city, more solid foundation he .has little Master's Sale. Grottoes(Stop 1 bourV J .40 a.m.Sept,IS thonsand nine hundred and fifty-two l&MK
world. the Plain Speaker will be able to Arrive Lnray Stop 1 boor). 212.30 po...Seyt.IIArrive acres, more or Jess,commonly known as a tract
i- i show of presiding over the next Sen Harper*Ferry lit l his friends know more about it on ate. McK. TTICDER' AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE hours ... ..... .. S.10 p.m.Sept.IS JOSEPH B. CH: STig:.
Inert were 8,000,000 pounds of tin li or FoafeciXMCKE AJTB PALI Rented Fifth An- Arrive Washington. .. ....... CJO p.m. Sept 18F. August 1, IW7. Special Master.aufttd .
of
Friday morning. gust 6th. 1892.in the Circuit Court the '
plaietyroduced in the United States ATTENTION, G. A. R.1 Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and M.Jolly and W. H.Den will&CCGIIIIU1tbe
"Poor John, a better natured soul tor Putnam r'ooaty jin a certain cause therein Train through to destination. They: will attend
during the quarter ending July 1. Members of Veteran Poet, No. 12, pending in Chancery, wherein the Land Mortgage earefnllytothe wants of every passenger,and Notice to Debtors and Creditors
never lived. His hearty laugh always i for special privileges where
Limited of England *
Bank of Florida arrange stope are
During the quarter, ending April 1, G. A. R.,requested to meet at the complainant,and John C. McKlbbia and Nellie ....,.. Every cue will have seven boors la
kept his companions in good humor, office of Dn. fir Wednes- R.McKibbin defendants I shall ten to the Chattanooga to visit Historic Lookout Mountain, ALL PJX8O: .-S HA mG CLAIMS m jjajjgr'
3,000,000 pounds were produced. and those who knew him well will be Cyrus Welch highest: and beet bidder for each, la front of and a long list of other attractions along the estit of Benjamin F. Lowlae fir
This is an increase of over 160 per day evening next, at 7:30. Important the Court Hoses door,at PjJatka in Mid Putnam route. Also as baantlfnl scenery as ia attorned cased, late of Futna-a C oUt*; Florlda7wiUpresent
sorry to hear of his death today" County, on the FIRST MONDAY, being cant of the Rucky Moontaias. them to me, dulyerftd.. within the
cent. The tin plate infant appears to business. P. T. L. Quzzx, the of October, A. D. the Rates of one fare for the ronnd trio will be time prescribed by law; and all persons (y-
The same paper of Saturday, August legal banBegfnniuR of sale,the following lands to-wit. made from all coupon ticket offices la Florida. deWed to said estate .vii mate l'lYMot to....
thrive on the bottle. Commander.Criualaal at the southwest corner of the northwest From Jacksonville will be tOM. This rate O .
20, has the following: quarter of Section Six(C),Township Twelve will be open to the G. A. R, their families, Administrator Estate B.F.Ixrr elat:..
Judge Mitchell is no orator. He issomething "John McGUl's body armed here Cwsrt. (11) Sooth. Range Twent I-.even (II) Ea t. friend and the public generally.It CEC: ..? ern, ru..X&l r.tII, 1I9t.
The Criminal Court met Tuesday These northerly chain*; thence cast Is desired to make this the largest Firrt- a7t.
better. He is a man of the from Palatka, Florida, last night at. 9:15 twenty-fere and forty(B%>chain; thence dExconioB that ever left Florid*, and the
morning at 10:20. In the absence of south fortr (to) chains; thence west twenty. railroads Interested guarantee to make it the COMMISSIONER'S SALE
>>eople, and, when, raising to its high- over the Pennsylvania Railroad. A erea and one-half(21%)Chains to place of beginning trip of*life-time"to every passenger.For .
''tt Judge Gillis, Governor Fleming appointed containing one hundred and tea(lIt) the purpose of determining how many
pitch a voice trembling with emotion large crowd of relatives and friends were acres more or 1eaa. eoacbes and steeping ears wi'l be needed on the TTJTDER AID BY VIRTUE OF A, FINAL
Judge Isaac A. Stewart, Judgeof ? M KrRBT "Special."all those who intend accompanying U DECREE mad on the zetfc dar et
he declared that be wore no man'scefiarthat at the Church street depot to meet the July
the Criminal Court of Volnsia to auas-td Special Master. the party are earnestly send la A. D.im. br Honorable W. B. Young.Judge ot
no man's collar would ft body when it came in. Accompanying their names and state requestedthey will ne the Circuit Court la and for the County of
It were his sister, Mary McGill, of Pa- hold the court. Notice for Publication. coaches or sleepers, .. we wish to avoid over Dual State of Florid, upon the application of
aim he touched chord .
a beyond the crowding.AU Annie L Kornahreae. as adaiiaistratrtx
lath, his brother, Anthony, ot Tuscaloosa It became apparent to the Conrt that letters of Inquiry was receive a fan and eflate"Jacob Henry Hornabren. of the
Teach of the adroit and oleaginous. Baa Ala., Owen Boyle, of Palatka, under the of the Code LAXD Omc-t rdA :,FLA.} prompt reply.FT Coaatr.dee*****. for- '-* MthorSngSJ
Hn.-Pensacola News. and several ladies and gentlemen from provision new U, 1802. } y[. JOtXT D. P. A, sale of lands situate la different Conatiesia the
Judge Wigg, who was acting as So- XTUTICK: IS HXKJCBT: GIVEN THAT THE W West Bay St.,Jackson-UIe,Fla. Stay el J1 rId&. I will. as Con ap.t
Philadelphia who met the funeral W. H. la said order and seT
1> named settler baa filed notice of DOLL T.P. An Atlanta Ga. pointed As npr-e for Ia1e
Governor Boyd, of Nebraska, says there. A number of friends from Lans- litter in the absence of Mr. Spafford, to*intention following M make final proof in support of C.N.RIGHT A. G. P.A, Uaat&. Ga. and sell so the highest tad best bid4"er....pabUO

his State will be carried by Weaver. ford, Drifton, Freeland and other could not cite proper legal sanction to his claim Frank,and Wright.that; said Clerk proof Circuit will Court be made at Pa before B.W. WUE5N.G. P A., Knoxville,Tess.1's wetes.the fOl'euJI.legal hours of P&rtq panUc: tw sale*. &t ttu bee>

As a choice! of evils the Democrats places were at the depot. the informations filed for action in this latka.1'1&, on OCTOBER 6, U92,Tte: Benjamin Court Honse door of Putnam a ta.nth
prefer "The body was enclosed in a metalic Court, and as a result it was impossible Washington, of Putnam Bali, Florid*. UXOL ... lowing tmxJUt.A.v. &II of tile fol..
lands, IjWlad
that tIM electoral. ticket of the peo- casket, and was conveyed to the homeof to proceed with the trial of the causesat for the Lot SectionXT.BtlL23E.J of *EH.8W of NT,i,and XViyt .' ""' _\ Co Mf of futaan situate and lA, og betag la, th*
Florida and
ple's party sbouM be- elected, rather Con Byrnes on South Wyoming this court. of He 8E names.. the following witnesses to prove hisesuUnuous ........ ,..i6&..wrrt........u....sa.......I ...._ era ...... and dewrttadasle-. ,9 aadioC a. fa JUoek
than that ef the street, nearly opposite St. Gabriel's Two defendants, charged with minor resideaoe upon,and ealUratto-i of, ea.--.....s N..l s !_....... acourdtngtoMcLaiirIl ,. beIng (a IoaSbWef&-
So
Republican party. said land,via Samuel WUliam.of PntaamHaU.Fla i e I.a .....- m.. &eaner west souto
they have entered into an alliance with Church. The funeral will take place. offenses, plead guilty and sentenced by ., Robert Tnrnip.eed.of Putnam Hall Fbu, smrl. wlg.8 ..rrgrr..eraITatales ,. I.. I"?.' +k0u4 Lloar .....- i
this morals at&30 sharp with a High the Judge. Pntnam Han,fad, A. BuukkB BY MltL tallI..... fa JIookT.pece ty IAD4
ono Iran
the popnHtea: to defeat the Republicans. I of Fl*. -k8r. .... Tr2i8HT.
Mass of Beeaieai at St.. Ga riel'. The Court adjourned on Wednesdayto AL1Ex. L Y1IOII.aa1J.fw ....=:.aa..... J .

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ALLEN ARRESTED. < 1'1. TERSELY TELEttlUPHlC.Kewe ALUMCE PEPMTMENT.Thi 20, but he cannot legally do nything
.
[ GONGRESS' effective against.his ni proyer-except

Will Pl. lr.m the Waals. IPEAGE u._* Tb,.*Tl.ti'Ovor.'k>o Wtsfr .. Drpartmeo't is conducted by to think, and that is .the one thing he

ske .-..... ... All relate. LEWIS MORRIS County Lecturer who .
will not, apparently cannot, do :' :
febe Jr Tex.. Aug. >>. Deputy eill E. LoaU Lowe" .governor of Maryland it alone responsible fur iu utterances. 2. The Government was established:
York arrested Mrs. W. A. la dead.
Nations Are Gathered In The German Kriegerbund will meet ia and exist for the purpose of takingcare
shot and
11 Ing Coupling Trenton Tex. who Conference. St. Louis next year. "Men are Ii never likely to settle a of the interests of the land owners

her sister Kin Mattie Charles Schoenmeyer a Cairo, hotelkeeper fuesuon rightly as when they discuss
mill such
iff Chaney took her to his shot himself. it freely."-Macaular. owners, money owners, as ,

nneers Will Not of to jail to await the Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood Madea There are 100.000 survivors of the Army and win turn its guns against the work-

I!:.. Any Part. of the Cumberland. ing people, as such, whether as individuals
D4f'tr grand jury which is now Speech for Peace. DIRECTORY Or THE ORDER. when
Fears are entertained of a switchmen'sstrike or as labor-monopolists

at Chattanooga. Tena. ever they become inimical to those interests
erase OIMAjnZATIOX.Fresldeiit. '
N.w w Believed That details say Mrs. Allen and The vote to purchase land for the military When the soldiers went to>

,, WW BaT frequently had fights The Identical Alma of Switzerland post at Little Rock passed.The Tic President.......D. W.. P.Ba Adam Un.Tangerine,Antbony,, Fla.Fla. Homestead, did they go to )ook after
/*
fc of Miss and Thia Country-America 1* shipping firm of George T. Weedy Secretary...........J. A.Moon,Pesacola,t1a. the Intel*.su of the Carnegie people
Co With the caused by jealousy & Co., of London U announced.The Treasurer....."._...&8. Young Orleans, naL.cmU'er..A. That is what the Government is for.
of the Switchmen.rca. her husband, W. A. Allen. Represented by a Gentleman order of the Iron Hall has been W. Weeks,Cbipley,Tin Can any member of the Amalnmated-
'
being the stronger she from Boston. placed in the hand of receivers rCTSAM OOCXTT
OBQAJIIZATIOX. Associations fail to see this? If some-
N. Y.. Aug. the best of the fight. On BERNC Senator Mills will take neither side of had O'Donnell
Aug.Tb.. International onb shot Hugh the
,
of New the Texas gubernatorial wrangle.A T. W. Ralph Hollister
York Central Mrs. Allen left president ; 11n. A.
I it is said returned. Peace congress was opened in the hall negro was lynched near Jov>lyn,Ga., Townsend, Vice president Huntington; O. L.Whltoomb working people's leader, and private
at Rochester herself and
Ipyed Meiroee Lewis lams had "Hurrah
secretary-treaMrer ; shouted for the
of the
ambush.
Swiss for
from
ck at 4 ..'elo k. wa siltingat a .sewing parliament. The opening shooting a man Morris lecturer, Pslatka; G.W.Bites,chapla'a. man who shot O'Donnell!'* does
The Canadian Pacific is said to be McMeekin! J. W. L. any
dour
a quarrel arose. Mrs. ceremonies were presided over by Dr.Ruchonnel. arranging Cannes kef por,
for Sunday work. I head missed I for a terminus at New York. Frauds; J. X. Cannor. assistant door-keeper cne believe that be would have been
Austin's
at Miss .ex-president of Switzerland. John Hancock sergeant-at-ums. by thumbs for that?
hanged
rce of twelve men and Miss Austin fled. Mrs. I Marshal Deodora da Fooseea. first president Ikl up
Nearly all the European nations are of the republic of Brazil dead. Would he not have been promoted.
| refused to go to I, fired again and the ball I SUBORDINATE LODGES.FALATKA. .
represented in the A The Tennessee Coal and Iroa for it?
It .. Austin's backbone under congress. number company
Division i 1, The ball was split. One j' of American delegates are also prevent. says It will never again use convict labor. Were it possible to hope that the-

[suited with the men i iIlO i i The other half UI Altogether there are 308 delegate Carl Axelsoa. a young New York inventor C. L Bowton President Joseph Price, Sec mass of the working people would or

to work pending I I I of the backbone and can in attendance.In killed himself because his baby 1* retary.: could ever see the truth, it would be

if grievances by the She U still alive but his address Dr. Rnchonnel said a girl, ran KATEO. possibld to hope that they might see it

New York. long. that the dispute of nation should be The Farmers' and Laborers' union held 8. J. Well, president; 0. R. Thaekw, Sec now. But they will not; perhaps they
i settled by court%of arbitration. its state convention at Xtoberly, Me., retary.
cannot.
Mrs. Belva Lockwood of the Monday.It '
I ACTION. spoke BosrwicauV.
I that General )Cabo.. has Who were the soldiers who went to
learned that a impress the peace idea had made among reported .C.Crews,president, Boitwick:; J. T. Hancock Homestead enable the
to
the celebrated "Crater" tarn Carnegie
[nders trun B.lM .rs. C...dlB. Shim- large mass of people ib the,United purchased ,secretary,Boetwick.rmAKCU.. people
In Virginia. tu win the fight against the Amalgamated
States. She dwelt at considerable
11.0 struck with the T.1I r.!4 .. freight. length After wounded. Veils .
upon the identical aims pnrsued by the being mortally Association? Were they not

tog, (ifty in all. All Aug. 23.-I* ha been de United States and Switzerland.Dr. Burris Karnes shot Tex.his murderer dead, near ooo Eo,W.secretary.Smith. Francis.ntuiTLAin preMdentJFrADCli: J. H. Cane nearly all wage-earners? Were not one

\It may go out to the government will reim Ruchonnel wa elected president City regiment of them mostly iron and-
Robert L. New York aristocrat *
of the and vice president Cutting a steel workers ready to shoot down
shipper for this season congress, one ,
who married aa actress may go oa Thos. Hind president, Georgetown L W.
t'' Engineers Mt I. It they may sustain through was chosen for each nation Mr. True- the stage with her. Hawkins.secretary.Georcetowa.aOLLISTEK. their fellow-craftsmen for the benefitof
blood of Boston, Mass;, represent Ame the Carnegie people Would not
Jt Arthur of the the of toll Lightning stunned a negro woman aDd
oa freight going rica.
Mr.
Snape of Liverpool who addressed two" children, and did considerable damageto O. W.Mote,president Hollirter S. F. Baa workmen from among the Homestead-
Yft b believed indicated to through the St. the Methodist conference at
port
property Augusta Ga. ter.secretary Hofflster. en have put on their uniforms and-
the switchmen's order at A meeting of the cabi Washington in 1891 on international A dwelling tn Newman, Ga., was completely LOJTO BBAXCH. ( turned against their fellow strikers it

t it will "impossible.* for to discuss the outlook and arbitration represents England. demolished by lightning,the chickens John Harvey president Bannerrillei w.J. they had happened to belong to the

resent here at the th. pn> effect of President Harri EFFECTS OF THE HEAT. in the yard were killed. tiller,secretary.Banner-Hie. militia? Certainly, for what the Government
Charles C. Sweeney, a contractor diedAt MJIEXKIX.R. .
commands must be done.
Des on Canadian Lake Gal&.ton. He was collector of R.
customs W Stoop president' McMeekia; L
.i* U construed to mean Why the KM..-.* of Austria Ordered at Galveston under Cleveland.The Beyle,secretary McMeekla.VOKWALK.. The Homestead affair is over. The-

ineers' order r of the cabinet stated that the rr-...d >ia..B-rs Omitted.VIXKH New York Central Labor union will working people are beaten; not by the
will have
It retaliation will be mad. Carnegie not the Pinker-
by
people
A, Aug. 23.-The action of the probably lead la a movement to prevent G. J. Parmenter. president. Norwalk; secretary ,
the switchmen's dif>3caJ.t{ of imposing discrimina the use of state mllltla against strikers Benjamin Lockett>'orwalk.rUTHAfc tons, but by the Government-by the

\ the engineers' order ;ul 'American. vessel passing emperor in postponing the proposed The reported retirement of President 1oL. I militia and the courts. Why should the

st* in a sympathetic f.t'rike.sasoning well and canaL It was maneuvers wa due to the report that Roberts of the Pennsylvania road Is denied I working people complain? They will
I to carry to the notice of have been received by Vice President Frank Thomson. 8.XUTlmmons,president. Putnam Ball; L B.Lao.
from from Carniola where 'I ., secretary,Banes.rzxlsL.. not complaiu. They will go on laboring
Sarg.1twill government the absurdity of the maneuvers have been held, notwithstanding The British steamer Roma, from London suffering, perhaps starving, but.
be reached: of the I
Washington
treaty, the hot The for Brisbane, wa recently wrecked
weather. I
extreme L. J. Arnold president rental J. P. Boyd they will ever be ready to bow oefom
\i ia men to aid Sweeney's soldier were in heavy marching order near Algoa bay. Everybody oa hoard secretary Peniel. "law and order" and to throw up their:

le organized railway men IN NORTH CAROLINA. and were compelled to take the field lathe !' was drowned. sisoo. hats with tear of joy when they..

t Arthur' men wall; not broiling sun and march and count. The Austrian weod carving industrywill Holmes Erwin President Pomona; W. T. the dear old flag. Such conduct la, ,
be specially represented at the Chlaa-
and with all Heels ,aisco.R. .
march charge recharge secretary
ore Sargent' irien will S M&4. tsi a Day-J..pk their accoutrements. The result go fair by thirty-four expert wood ..ar'lrlfrom war-au. beautifully pious; touchingly patriotic;
Davis ._... wa Vienna.S. but E. Pen-
These fact leave the that 200 of them were sunstruck. Eleven .J. Broad president, Welaka;, A. A. Mos- matchlessly stupid.-Hugh
eo and railway Auf, 23.-John S. Header men out of the 200 died. There i* a E. Dyer of Bean Blossom, Brown grove,secretary,Welaka tecost in Twentieth Century.PEOPLE'S .
County, Ind. went to the
d in which/Sweeney for congress by feeling of indignation that the military his cow. When he returned he discover zDzzAL rocrr.

1 in his difMcnltie*. by the Democrats of the authorities should have forced the men that his wife had eloped. m I C. D. Pearson, president ; Gen Wilkinson, PARTY CONVENTION.A .
to maneuver in such weather. When Jr..Secretary.
eondncto/s aid Considerable anxiety prevails la 1IQ.:
Sieved, tai* little in the emperor learned of the fatalities at- lash religious circles: because of the prose I lATSCXA BIGHT Convention of the People's Partyof

switchm. /, and the j [ was nominated for tending the >manenvres ia Camiola he at lyting work of Mormon missionaries, woe I I.L Cartell President; G.A.Godfrey.iSec'y
countermanded the order for the have gibed converts Putnam County hereby called to-
closely iaociated with the People'* party in the once many cxxacuT CITY.

n t'han Ith the switchmen. other maneuver Don Antonio M. Floras, reooatly president President,r.T. Rutherford; Secretary Hugh meet at the Court House, in Palatka,
of Educator, has been appointed and Indlay. Post-office.Crescent tttv.Hcurnroroir. .
rr.nt h I announced that Holt has appointed James
confirmed aa minister plenpoteatlary of on Thursday, the first day of Septem
the at one, going associate justice of the su Terr Ht I. llnly.LOXDON .
that the United
to StatesSeveral
II Sweeney must to succeed Joseph J. Da Aug. :: .-A dispatch to The country W. H. Cote, president Huntington; 3. J:. her, 1892, at 12 o'clock m.,to nominate
bas iron mills ia Youngstown! O.. Marshall secretary Huntingtoa.BAXAVA. .
ce i quickly, or Times The whole of northern .
.. says: have liirhted their fires aDd this week two candidates for members of the.
t seace or :: r Mea ".1'.1'." Italy 4* suffering from a protracted the mills In the Mahoulnr and Vaeaaago
Sargent should period of unusual heat the maximum valleys will have resumed operation O. L. WhItcomb, president, Melroee; Mr*. Assembly, and one each for County
aon cm d probable. Tex. A-r. 25.Conductor Charles Baldwin,secretary Metros
reading of the thermometer above 80, The Gazette of Forth Worth Tex., has Judge, Sheriff, Clerk Circuit Court.
ice b! Lackawaana
the Missouri, Kansas and with unusually high minimum There been maniac with a force ot nonunion OOMO.
onl} slightly sine the strike. have H.J. &}W. G. Smith, secretary, Tax Assessor Tax Collector County
brought the new here is no prospect of a change yet. Many men Thy u. Lake ,
neat tf grain from struck and the paper ha only M men e* Poet-office
sunstrokes have occurred the
thfl side .f the ".. party composed of four excellent among cases.' ali=as's ..ILL.A. Treasurer, Superintendent of Public
but owing to -
the titla.d are had been murdered on the troops* the cues art rarely fatal. precaution Clinton aDd John Brown and I L Barker president; C.B. Abeinta, secretary Instruction and County Surveyor; and
'he""eek creek, in the Indian T.... of Athens, flL, ware arrested BradtjE. I Poet-ohoe,Lockloas.Beauties
aad"Central Callae. Macon .. i transact such other business as
ira are found on one of the SASE BALL RECORD. sheriff near may
Ruff with better that his name wa Cher- and carried Ike "sisrltf'uaia QL Taf we. : of Banking.Of come before the Convention.

ace the strike but .he traveled for the WU1- The following are the gamer playeiby robbed aad disappeared. :I all the villainous schemes ever Invented The apportionment of delegates will-
le toward relieving or ,. ,td company of Connecti BelD. J. D. TTashbarae, United Kate*
'r*. wa nothing to tell who the Southern and National League minister to Switzerland, I* soioaria m in the brain of man, the nation be as follows:

ipta were nearly dl"M the deed, ...th.r. Le.gfe.At Stretat. a French town ea Ike Baff&ah
valuables channel lie wiU sail from Havre tat al banking system is the meanest and Precinct No. 1..7 Delegates-
.e shipments two- a* all their were Montgomery Montgomery 3
it. Coal will be Macon t.Second. ; New will York not ea return S.pt.14 to Swltcerlaad.It U reported .U4he most subtile.There Precinct No. 2..3 Delegate-

tee Lacb" Da'1 are sides to crime and Precinct No. 3..1
i 8 Macon no Delegate
game-Montgomery, ; many
there has been di ..... ........, Chvlere. The Mexican woman, Annie &odeigi.s.who '
some 7. was found ia her room a* Sea An|. its working that one is bewildered at Precinct No. 4..3 Delegates-
: boat of Chat line. ., Aug. 25,-Th* treasury
.....ae4 L..gae. nio mutilated with wounds, 1* dead. Jltf I
oal i daring t"* past 'ha* ebmmunic'aUd with'th* child says that the dead wenaa and het i its infamy. Precinct No. s..1 Delegate

i were only 3,650 the companies. At Cincinnati-Cincinnati, 9; Wash. lover Ramalpo Spiteo. had a fight tae : Reader, have you got a "bank" note Precinct No. 6..1 Delegate.
ir load for of iteanuhip before. Spiteo has been ineare '
one night
ement and salt are also ply between Hamburg and Kansas City-St. Louis 3; Bce.ton with murder.At M4.I'th&rg.d in jour pocket? Then know that Precinct No. 7..2 Delegates'Precinct

i shipments of Baltimore,requesting them 3.Second. Moamonth I1U. Redmond Carr efBerwlck.was somebody had to borrrow it out of No. 8..1 Delegate

i practically d.ad.aocomul.dnr 'steamer report at the game St. Louis, C; Breton eDlaae4lo feeding a threshing !I bank at the current rate of interestten -- Precinct No. 9 .. .. .. ...1 Delegate
machine, and while sheaf '
quarantine station Vir- pushiaar'a
Cleveland into the machine, his hand was caught lithe or twelve per cent. Then know Precinct No.10..2 Delegate
t houses, some of the proceeding up the Chesa At Cleveland 4; Philadelphia -
Daring the past The steamers will be in I. himself eyllnder. la his attempt to liberate : tbis thafyour government made this Precinct No. U..2 Delegates
he fell and his head
forward was
barrel have been of the marine hospi At Louisville -Louis ville-Baltimore also draws ia and severed from his bastard money especially for the poor Precinct No.I2..2 Delegates
.1 1 it U said that the & the quarantine station, so fame postponed on account of rain.
bankers and loanedit to them at one Precinct No. 13..2
Advice from Chili received by bodr'l Delegates
j e* and freight sheds i* of introduction of At New York-New York 7; Chicago *
be averted. a. rest ef the American republics percent per annum! And yet these Precinct No. 14..8 Delegates
f that the senate- and house of deputies of Precinct No.15..1 Delegate-
.. bankers stick their nose and tell
u duvets that republic were compelled to adjouvq up
A D..e..a l DeathaST.
.h.r..'. ierraBt X>.... indefinitely because of the number A( I' Precinct No. 16..6 DeleplerPrecinct.
I n and their that the government cannot loan
you .
No. 17..4
PrrxRSBCRd. Aur.Tbe official Delegates
Tex. Aug. 23.-Tate Morri members who were HI from the gripTh: *
I ,.r'.: night attacks ; return show that Tuesday tbere'W.ie epidemic is increasing all over the the people money at two per cent I IA Precinct No. 18..6 Delegates

. fur o-uuiQD men man aged JOB years, died reported throughout Russia 5,503 try.Nicholas ootm-I bank note is not money. It is nota Precinct No. 19..4 Delegates

sfilie soot n:1: .".. Red River. Morrison served new case of cholera and 2,659 deaths Pattlgan, who has a legal tender. It is a note that the Precinct No. 20..4 Delegates
D het1. tried to send oat war. He was the servant From the disease. This is a decrease of Homestead attempted to move his effects Precinct .No. 21..5 Delegates
reight train on its Pat to a company house near the steel work, bank owes the jto1'ernmeut.-tbe people
Cleburae of Con 1,301 new case and 770 deaths compared Precinct No. 22..5 Delegate
gathered,
and about hundred strikers
',. [A trot* the a lot train of sinkers slacked .. After the battle of with official figure on Monday. near the house a Jeering and throwing tin yet the people have to pay an interest Precinct No. 23..1 Delegate

three nonunion Oebarne wa killed cans\ stones, etc.. frightening away the on the money they loan the Precinct No. 2.1..1 Delegate

and' assaulted them until a the musket close of and the fought war. DAILY MARKET UEPOllTS. people assault.moving About and Pattlgan fifteen deputy was threatened aHer- banker The banks are licensed by the Precinct No. 25. . . .Delegates

et was that he could not Ida were called and succeeded In holding laws they have purchased to use the It is requested that precinct meetings
B Hensteni was ...... Naval Stores.SAVANVAH. back the crowd.
a vote for Cleveland for credit of the to rob the be held at earliest convenience.By .
people people
Eichardson wa so Au.I--TupeaUue firm at Mrs William E. Sides,son and daughter ,
II be was taken to the t K: rosin firm' JLOi.VIUHKOTOH. living near Clemmons-llle N. C., have and they bave relied on the ignoranceof order State Committee.B. .

aid his assailants *. ..d Broke HI.. \ Anz. Tnrpentme arm been at the point of death from arsenical the people concerning these bank. F. McGRAW,
of the under the roein arm rained *$ goat strained poison. Arsenic powder was put in the
i men at 3SH: ;
Aug. 25.-The boycott In.. tattar firm at $!. ( crude turpentinefirm coffee pot Sunday while the family was at ing lairs to perpetuate the devilish Chairman County Committee. '.

b.r A'a..., Has M... Homestead strikers against : bard $1.ro; yellow div |1JS.i;; virgin church. Monday morning at breakfastall system on which they fatten while the
were taken ill, and a physician was
[freight train in the who sold to the Carnegie IL63.. summoned just la time t* save them. A people are going down to European WELAKA NOTES.

Bridge. The east, ha* resulted in the ail- Predsee sad Pr.y..I. man who would Inherit the the Sides prop. poverty and misery. TotretpoiMlence Palatka Times.

Central freight wa 54.-Pofk eldftt.8aatt.00 erty is suspected of the crime.Political Think of it the banker i& not obligeto
Doerr one of the princi NEW YOWL Ang. quiet; IDeM WELAKA: ,August 24.
}ping to leave.
ready dealers in that borough. ; prime extra lX.7SaM.AI. Middles receive" his own note in payment ot
eking it on a spur meat milk and ice to doll; short clear 14.00. Lard active and higher Pointers. the interest on the bond on which the The recent wedding l. still the main

near the Lockport Porter and the non-un- western Steam, S-leitr steam T.* op Whiufaw Reid made a speech to the note is based! topic of interest at this place. I referto
i tnrned between Oct M bid. children the soldiers' home
the at orphaas'
lions, eept "lot ,
d'he the beginning of the Xenla O. The legal tender is the only value the marriage of Miss Florence Bag-
result wa. CnCAOO. ABB Si Cash quotations were as near
addle of the train Amalgamated association follows Rees pork 11JOCIL33. Lard I.TOO lion. N. N. Cox was renomlnaUd for I money has. If the legal tender were leT and Mr. Daniel Waldron, which

brown on Us side. him since, and hit Ua.. Short ribs looM 'JJOeiODL Dry salt congress by the Seventh congressional district taken from the greenback the bankers took place in the Episcopal! Church lastSunday
and the derailed $10.000._ shoulders boxed OOIjWL tifiort clear sides contention of Tennessee. I would refuse it > nd it would be worth

hosed ssy0.L25.CiacnrnAyt General Weaver ha started on his tour : nothing. They take the bank note be- evening. The church was

... Wmlle Sleepta*. Aug. *.-Pork. arm: newS1L7V la the south. He will speak la Missouri. cause by it they make money-they crowded. Bishop Weed preached an

kt ,e Break a ...a..... O? Ang. 25.-Dell Sbri- Lard steady current make.>?J0 7.7t. Arkansas, Texas Mississippi, Alabama, ; rob the people. excellent sermon on character after
Bulk newts nominal: short ribs S.OQ. bacon the Carolina and Virginia. ; ,
Ill.., Aug. 2i-A young farmer, was re Inn;; sbort .clear t.:& Guthrie who The whole banking system must be which the ceremony took place. It was
William was nominated
obbery on the Central his home after spending the C11..g. for associate Justice of North Carolina supreme destroyed or the republic is only a very Impressive. The music was good,,

t this city ha been his affianced, to whom he Market.CHICAOO.. court by the People's party last farce If one set of men are to be licensed the costumes elegant, and Dan looked .

; f the conductors on to be married when he fell Aug. Si. Tuesday, publishes an address to that to rob the balance of the people, the every inch a man, and every young

rching for other jobs buggy, which wa struck Wheat-Sept.7S* Deo. TS4: Cseh4tL. party declining the nomination. Xii reasons 'country will go back to the despotism man in the audience envied him. .

ticket that had been train on the Pittsburg. Ft. Cora-!ept. MM. May &3i; Cash $4, are personal but In his address he say la of the Turks.-A. J. Wayland, inComing We have been having heavy rains .
I conductor to the Chicago road and smashed u-Spt. *.': MarU: Cub 33.r'tPortSew the People's party has great strength Crisis.If .
North Carolina. lately. Orange trees are looking.weU
fed the conductor and Shrider buried in the. UJUt Jam U Ml ,
ee time at half rate, i lived but a short tune. aibs-S.pt. IJO; Jan. .50.. Rufus Amis, who was a Republican candidate it were possible to hope that the nd the crop is going to be much .
LkM-&pt. :./k 1u.1.05. .I rLiterp.ot for congress in the Fifth North larger than was expected. ,

a.* The fare janitor and kept of I .. I. CM .I.... Cp. Carolina district put up by what Is ,great mass of the working people The People's Party,!* growing at thb
.&&. Fataree.Lmaroou termed the boltersrconvention, has with
*
would understand
ever the truth place and I hope that the convention
A loaded one ,
conspiracy Aug. M.- car drawn leaving Thodlas Settle in the field
iving businea.anthey ingots, consigned to the An*.S4.-roOewiag 1s the epeaB a* the regular nominee. The difference might now hope that Homestead affair to be held in Palatka on the first of
a a state of opulence. *ad eloelag oeotaJonaJanuary between Amis and settle were adjusted barbitration. September win be well attended. \s.
would make certain facts clear
at the Thirty-third street and to
I that Mveral hundred Settle will make a ,troDarace. things stand now we, the producer
rebruaryaad JlarchAnJnut ... ...... ......&044b4.O5 ,
TIT the amount of the blown up with some high and 8pteraber.September .................J.1@S 6i them,Tic: are working for the interest of the
a side track of the Alle. and October................U10U4 1. That
; workers class. We surrounded
Wkpid.w. Thirty-fourth October and November ...........ass c.a.I4 A MlMlag 91 aa ruad. as they are not on moneyed are by .
B- railway Norobsrand Deeembet................tsi3 a an equal footing with land mill trusts, and our oppressor are thor- '
Tex., Aug. 5.-The is the first attempt at the December[ &o.1J&IUL&r........... 44. 3,13 Gmnur. O. T., An;. 25.-One night owners, oughly organized, and yet we allow old
Bunch the of property around the Car- tone 1Iqlt& Sake MOO.Kew last January O K. Rogers, a hardware owners, money owners,as such,before time prejudices keep us from uniting.

bo Mslaia In *._ York Ott_ Yutarea. merchant and city clerk of Beaver, Ok., the law, either as individuals or aa oregatiized The speculators and banking classes furnish .

ve quietly in South Harder U Tlrctala. started from hi* store for hIs BOWL labor-moaojpoHet*. The law Is campaign funds for both the old
24. r' the
law You* Ang Howlagl* etteniagsad -
only .on. She* a CUT, Aug. 25.: -A bloody elostntQnotaWasj ; : Stoc that time he hd clever been her4 :so that if the empeaye can agree with parties, and have them by the throat..

ceased to have from Scott 1Ia.. .............................._ ZM! of. Su47 two W* sirlata .fce i his employer to be _* work We can expect nothing from then; Let-
county, .. '. fond Jir. wafts y
Bunch woofea Beave Boger* be and let'
+ar represented
never heed several Going and John McMil March....::: .:=.:::: ...:..:::...?JBVJKApril. oi.lles. ...t 1-.t-r *. ... *<. CIkeiri for m.; K Ins aarrst bo My go; but Interpose determined ,
18 of .............................-.1. ofd Ia taM skill us a protestagainst
misspent hi* on over a rune of cards and ufet :*S oshgiuatg owns. a thee p"s'iw' hgsjsawany isi welt said.wiapeaa this state of things, and de-
( She farther states !, wbeo Going hit Mc- bU:1.: : :: : Mlle} MM. Wes B.tess ......... mead government for the
bed U the head crashing his skull Cbe ......_...._........,..f b W a... seen. ., t.eay .** JII'II'-: 1.dsr. tic law people,net .
pefer Overbd............__._-aH..T I IW ha tAlrtb for the bondholders; by the people, not
'D's* oi Bunch when & him instantly He fled and '-t..._.........-......-.......1ftJeL CH. ...t be was' saatt- _. tileIoye'l the politicians, and which shall benefit'sad
t M Y"so., U Ha been aught lose Sale lK.iasV .... .to fist twinned protect the people and,'not the

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..a etw.......1 Y.Y IWIo1o OaU else hlehh
per oriwr e, out ma c1ng a siuoourn pleas Rise
and there WM a IuD la tfc* flfffctfo'. he sistance. At this juncture a re-I FREDERICK BARCLAY
and Lan PoU County sews,
for
rode back, looking Henry "
brigade come up at a double-quick ?
val*. He found Henry; sod a little John Gen. What Florida needs it to learn one
recognized
Irishman lying Bid .by Bid. Henry; mand. Two hundred Gregory's yards away com-he lesson r Lire more at home.> TbL I Practical Douse H U 8 Pailtcran
with his
Irishman
had spitted. .the caught sight of the general, his face means much to YOU, gentle reader. AJ I

word through, and by in the return Irishman'.had .been bayonet.run leading aflame with and the cheering light of on battle his men., gallantly The it is the people have learned live on I PC1 r Han i i11L

Both were seriously, If not mortally, reinforced confederates rallied pealed fruit production with a few vege'ables I J

hurt. forth the historic yell and charged vigor That is good so far as it goes. To be PALATKA, FLA.
A little off Lanvale was lying insensible Orders received at Central Hotel
way
successful learnto
onsly. The federals in turn gave we as a people should
lie had been cut down by a Jyi-tf
ground and John found himself have of _
swept a variety sources of supply.
from field officer and noth-
saber blow a
forward by the tide of battle and was Variety of resources is urged In Abu Are'WUK. JR\S: [ ,
him from instant being
ing but his had saved -
cap in the thick of as desperate a struggle IUTATICD. win. ID t, :.i,
death; as it was, he had an ugly as he had ever witnessed. The federals all the State among the producing ME I N iffnonuMi! hare trilled sway tlviF
wound which might fatal. John 'r. BODY. !M.Ni) sad XJ I
prove being reinforced fought furiously, c1ases.11 the merchants of our HOOD, causing terrible drJ
in the hands of the
saw them safely and for many minutes the tide of battle country understand to carry a varietyof apoota the we." nI lire H
field surgeon, sent a hasty note to CoL Kaekach,Dreadful Dream, WMKMM IS
.- Gregory detailing the facts and rode goods in their stock, and shall you pnr, Pimples apoa the fee.sad all the eff]

j '- away to t.heleft. where h*expected to f- who live by the sweat of the face bless < end leading tor to HOOK early decay.O. Lira ConMnnt-tloa( rJe
CHAPTT3XY10.la i toiQ the l at nome that you were find the generaL ?" diligent in the race of life thai particular of home one No( tat
/ DR. PARKER* N Ch'Rckacoe
Joan aoaaoy.I solid metal. With what command are I
they? Then select what wi.1 best myS. &AJaYi'
I John had pay
the
of
the early part year you serving? CHAPTER XX
been called to headquarters as he supposed "1 am at present attached to the corps Is JUCBMOVO.For and push that for all its worth.
wOtttr who hay
for some rislcy scouting expedition commander's staff.. the remainder of that bloody Rice on up land will average 30 and fl'QraJ

.. which had been an unpleasantly Then you are a commissioned officer week, John had no time to think of personal on bottom 40 bushels to the acre. You S I CK tlon IToffcw*, Disonkt sad tataf a
frequent duty and was handed aa offi ?" matters. In the saddle eighteen
can sell this produce at the mill for f1] menu ut the Woml
cial-looking: envelope which. on being Captain." hours daily, hungry and thirsty, riding Ureaa*.Barrmnmui'

opened was found to contain a commission "Jerusalem but yon are cUmbmaknew I recklessly through the tangled and iIh I per bushel In spot cash, or you can should. ,fend free for with WOMAN'S particulars oct ft

to one John Ilewson as captain of it was in you lad. but 1 did not swampy woods amid dead and dying I have it prepared for market If prepared :CCMK No PAV .

cavalry. lie was much ,verw helmed, know it could so soon get out.V en. I men, with every pathway s'trewn with I for market it will bring you as rience.Scientific Careful Qua UiamaeU IIfteatloo50 and tail H.

being a modest youth but took up the am glad. I did not think this terriblewar the wreckage and red with the carnage follows: one bushel of rough rice will eataUou are UM seems of oar
new responsibilities quietly and in would ever let me feel glad again, of cruel war often shuddering and sad drew C. W PARKER]
:clean out 22 to 30 pounds net. This m- 3*>N.Cherry Nat
Jackson's famous valley campaign but I know now that I have some natural but never faltering, our hero put aside !
gained the reputation of being one of feeling left. But Henry and my son-in- all selfish feelings and with an eye sin ,you can sell: at five cents per pound at

the best young officers in the service law are both in my regiment, and you gle to his duty obeyed the orders of his a minimum rate, and you have one- DEFORMITIICroM

ne had grown yellow beard six: inches must see them before you go back to chief without hesitation or question. half the hulls ground into feed, which Ere*, Hair UP CurvatureCinb J

long,.which made him look more than headquarters." He heard nothing more of CoL Gregory will make the bushel rice just about Feet Hip Joint DiMune sad -,

his age, and his bronzed face with erect John noticed that the kindly man though he knew that his commandwas net We think the product, the price tie of te .Hand, Ann*, Legs salfcallycured. '

and soldierly carriage made him a noticeablelooking spoke rather constrainedly of "my son- hotly engaged in several of the and the convenience of marketing are

man. in-law" and felt in a moment that the battles. After the last disastrous struggle strong incentives to our people to DISFIGURE
One night in Jun&fee found himself in colonel was disappointed in his son-in- at Malvern II 111. when there came a TAXX THAT. TOO TOOL" 'plant heavily of sins as a money crop.A .

Richmond having been sent in from the Paperflnoa Hair, Wine Marl. Moles ,
law. he of absence for
lull J'Ot.leaTe a day raged backward and forward without Series .f Popular Exemrtloa palnte-) sad perfectly removed. Sendvaluable ]
front on special duty, and finding he "Impossible, ooloneL I must report at and went up to Richmond to look up material advantage to either side treatise on the abiwe Address,
Excursion rates of lowest fare
could not get away that night went once, as soon as the duty Is done." his friends. Knowing that the woman John,always steady,never lost his headin one C.. W.PARKER.: l't.IJ"
-- MO N Cbemr. NathTtlle,Ten
around to the hotel to get lodging. Sitting As they rode along the colonel got by he loved had married another man it battle and he noticed a depressionin for the round trip has been established mj

in the hotel lobby he saw Las dint of hard questioning a pretty accurate did not occur to this single-minded, the ground running from, beyond the via the E. T. V. &; G. Railway, as follows now" HEX aadMEX

vsle walk in, accompanied by another record of John's adventures after loyal man, either to whine or to feel point of timber to a point on the left : BROKEN: .nffrrbir front I
of icer. The lobby was crowded and they leaving Texas, and In return Johna He resolved if form e fCHKoMr' PI-EASE' :, can seen|
gave enmity. theyd permit flank of the federal forces. Working his To Denver, Colorado on account of valuable work on their ainietln (sealed)
did not notice John, and stopped quite succinct account of everything*that it to drop back Into the old relationship way to Gen. Gregory he stopped him a 'Knights Templar Triennial Conclave. aDd team bow the can lw eared at
close to him, so that he could not fail to writing nIL PARKtlC co.. MaXCKNAUHVILLK ...'
had and exacted for
watch
promise and to opportunity
transpired
moment to explain that if there was a Tickets to be sold August 3, 4,4\nd.Q. ,TKW.' Better write te-daYl.dare
catch a part of the conversation.Lnvale from him to visit his wife and daughter to serve them. spare regiment in reserve by marchingIt limited to October 12. Fare from Jack'. dangerous iieaa ute your trouble]

was speaking: in Richmond after the campaign was When he walked np to their' door in down this depression the federals sonville. $43.80. how 10-.;afflicted 111

"I think it a shame that a lot of old over. Richmond, he was perfect master of could be taken in flank.; The general To Katlsa.. City, Mo., account of

fellows who are already half deadshould As John rode back to headquarters himself. The colonel who had also pro caught the idea In a moment, and Instructed Knights Phythias Biennial. Encampment THEStearns'Win

have all the good places. There his mind was in a maze of thought, out cured leave met him at the door with him to ride back to CoL Halli- ; tickets to be sold August 18. 19

bry. which he evolved only one definite idea, cordial welcome and called loudly to his day,-who was some few hundred yardsin and 20, limited to September 15. Fare

and that was that be hated Lanvale and wife to come and take a look at his other the rear with two regiments and order from Jacksonville $25.65.:

t trudge along as a captain. I wish the hoped he would be killed. At two soldier boy. Mrs. Gregory came out of him to make the flank movement. To Washington, D. C., and return,

Old fool would get disabled and I thinkI o'clock he reported at headquarters Henry's room hurriedly, and for a moment He rode off like the wind found CoL account G. A. R. annual encampment!,

,could get his stars. Men of action. threw himself down on the ground and was bewildered by John's changed Halllday chafing like a caged lion and I to be{in there September 20. Datesthat

ujrht to be to the front." slept as only a thoroughly tired man appearance; but catching the affectionate eager for the fray. The two regimentswere tickets will be sold, limits, etc.,,

While John had long since made np can. gleam of the unchanageably honest marched rapidly through the will be announced later. Fare from

his mind that this was the inevitable result eyes, exclaimed, as she embraced him: wood into the depression over which Jacksonville, 822.65. Route lays byway 19

the actual knowledge that Janet I CHAPTER XTX. "Ah, John, I am so glad you cannot hung a black pall of smoke that effectually of Chattanooga and thence via the
was lost to him turned him sick at heart tat SECOITO DAT. have beautiful"Shenandoah Route."
change your eyes, as you yourface concealed the movement, and Valley
and h* went to his room like a drunkenman At six o'clock in the morning he was l
with that great beard and oh lam in a few momenta the advancing and To Chattanooga, account reunion of
? He passed the night in an agony In the saddle and from that until ten so gl a.that the colonel and you victorious federals were greeted with a the Army of the Cumberland ticketsen

such as only a strong man can suffer' o'clock was in a rash of orders. At that have come through these dreadful battles wild yell, and found themselves flanked sale September 14 and 15: limited

but was ready for duty next morning' hour the fighting was getting warm, unhurt. The colonel could tell us by>> a new force which had apparently to September 20. Fare from Jackson-

with his mind fully settled that there and news from the right was not favor nothing about yon and we feared the risen out of the earth. They were role, 814.60.

was nothing left but to do his duty likea able. The general sent John back with worst veteran soldiers but even veteran To Chicago account dedicatory ceremonies \

man and to take ,such desperate orders to a Georgia brigade a mile or so John's eyes glistened at the good: soldiers cannot stand flank movements World's Fair Building; tickets /

chances as would result in his beingspeedily in the rear to reinforce the right, and lady's affectionate greeting and the and a wild panic ensued. on sale October 8 and 9 limited to

knocked over. to guide them. It was nearly noon proof of loving thoughtfulness in inquiring : way through the strug October 18. Fare from Jacksonville,,

Hiding up towards the war department when they arrived at the scene of the about him as If he had been Band disorganized masses: he $25. Date of opening is likely to be

he -passed the house where Mrs. heavy fighting and found the right truly one of the family.lie came upon Lanvala engaged in a hot changed by act of Congress, in which

Gregory and Janet were boarding. 'They: hard found them all very much occupied contest with two federal officers whomhe case dates of sale,limits, etc., will also

were both standing in an open window I The edesals had developed unexpected with the two wounded men,. and had summoned to surrender, and be changed.

Janet with her little girl In her arms. strength and were fighting deeper after a few minutes Mrs. Gregory went who responded by attacking him vigor All these rates will be open Co the .

I Notwithstanding his changed appearance ately. John stopped a few moments to out to see how things were going with ously. John rode to his assistance.As public. See your nearest coupon agent,,

Janet recognized him,and a startled tee how matters were going, when he them. While she was out of the room, h* came Lanvkl disabled one of or address F. M. Jolly, D. P. A.,Jacksonville The lightest,strongest most durablt

exclamation from her arousing him law CoL Gregory's regiment make a John learned from the colonel that the officers with up a pistol shot, but recognizing Fla.; Chas. N. Kight, A. G, has been built and in distant. use f
his abstraction he looked and of the P. A. Atlanta B. P. years, has jBtuxL&c.,teM>*Utlia
from up :desperate charge on a body Henry was doing well and would recover John when he was only a few ; W. Wrenn, G.
saw them. He turned very pale and his enemy who had just repulsed a similar rapidly, but that Lanvale seemed feet away, instead of devoting himself A., Knoxville. suitable for all classes of work. A
heart stood still but raising his hegravely of another regiment They for illustrated matter giving desert
cap charge
the"
to make no progress, which h* ( to his remaining antagonist, turned on

saluted them and rode on. were met with equal resolution and for colonel believed was due to the fel John aDd wtth: "'1'... that, you cursed :-""......>..............**..... tion iron of fences our wheel made and with malla
Janet turned to her mother quiveringwith a few minutes all was confusion and low's "ea ta1 .lei: u" disposition, as he fool." fired at him point blank. Th strongest light
wheel in the trade.
excitement Then the i
stubborn fighting. superior
expressed it bullet graced John's ribs and .amazement -
"Mother, that was John Ilewson." weight of the enemy began to telL The Janet came In,. somewhat embarrassed at the action and the shock of the We build all sizes of both power ,

That fine soldierly looking officer. Texans commenced giving ground, very ia manner and looking very grating ball for a moment stupefiedhim .t pumping mills, general Wind Mill sui
of all kinds Tankwork ot evej
John Ilewson Impossible my dear. slowly at first, but with constantly aeMlerated worn. John met her with ; cheerful and before h*could recall his scattered .. .: plies kind Goods

."Indeed mother. I am not mistaken speed. He saw the colonel cordiality that soon put her at ease; and wit the stipend federal officer cut : RECULATE THE : anteed.specialty. are fully i

knew him in a moment In spite of hit and LanvaU making frantic appeals to then, the baby was brought In and Lanval down. Lanvale fall completely : STOMACH UVER AND BOWELS : Will give farmers and others wh i

great beard and he knew u.a. but evidently the men not to retreat. He: saw, and straightway made friends with him restored John to himself, and An sale where have
prices we no agents.
does not ear to be friendly." groaned as he saw it, the colonel and which she proved by tugging most unmercifully he rode furiously at the federal, who i PURIFY THE BLOOD. : Send for our large 72-page must

Further discussion was Interruptedby his horse go down and shouted joyfully at his beard. The young seeing himself overmatched threw : KUAttl KKEOY FMMMC : Catalogue and mention this

the entrance of Lanvale, who had to as the next minute he saw the gallant mother in looking at the honest, strong down his arms and surrendered.John j Iall..at..,sm.. ,He**.**.CeMtl. j paperAddress

report for duty that morning. When colonel on foot, cheering on his face,with eyes kindled into animation got down to examine Lan+al. : >att.Drq.poltiCb.t.Lies.>r..e..... : all correspondence to the > \
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his wicked wish about C..piesis. tsr.
He felt that 7- e
the news was told him, he utterly pooh- men. at the bab1'anUe.., felt ashamed that and found him insensible and grievously : .fftMtvc ......, ... .IKWrfereeftteM4 :
poohed the whole story. The idea of Lanvale was likely to be gratified, and she bad ever abused or doubted such a hurt Together with his prisoner et..h, u- **.!.. e STEARNS MANXTFACTUR1NGmh25tf C
cavalry t.l1in a moment the wickedness of it and aouL If ia her ..,............ Botatar terie. .
that e
plebeian being a captain generous loyal who inflicted the wound they tried to 9M Connersville Ind. U. S..
him. lie with shame : 1M me".""- -. ...... n--. .. ,
was utterly absurd. They had made a ame to tingled heart of hearts she made a comparison do something for him. After doing all .aid.--.. Gh-Ym.aha. r.iasC.S .

mistake and a polite man had spoken to down to his very toes and In a second not favorable to her husband and regretted that they could to relieve the suffering C es.....br..drvs4.,i5.s.te tsA A.wn.r W b.tiis wee"sues :. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.

them because he saw they had mistakenly his! resolution was taken.. for a moment the mistake she maD John hailed a passing field ambu- : THE MIPANS CHEMICAL CO. : .

recognized him.CIIAPTER. The Texans who had previously been had made, who shall blame her? lance and sent him to the rear. The M SPKTOK erei e.saw Tots OTT. PER80 'TERESTSO WILL 1'.t

repulsed were reforming their shattered John paid Henry a visit, and cheeredup federal officer seemed a pleasant young .INN..........e..Ne..N.NNINMerryday ALL that the ndervifcued hare bee appointed
XVUL ranks close to him. by the Comity Judge of Putnam Cotatj
rag SBVH DATS1 ARUa. that young man mightily by assuring fellow though naturally depressed at rla-. Executor of the Ian will and teefament<
Throwing off his cap and drawing his him that they would eerta1n1.makehim being a prisoner and as a matter of LEONARD HOLM AX, deceased; aid th
The battle of giants had begun. John tword he rode up to them like a flanv his rank having debt and claim agaiatt laid estate
captain. John took down
had been attached to the general's staff, :Lug centaur.In a form name &y without&theta tll tleJay.wpsynnu ir at 8priB|

and during the first day's fighting had voice that rung like a bugle he When Janet eskcd! her husband if she i and command before sending him to Tlxjoe indebted to said..... e rti 1 Met wius.
much hard service. About ten ROBERT L. &, _
Men ){-\ .
In the light of future events
shouted: "Men shall our comrades be should have Capt. Hewson In to see the rear. EDWARD f'AX.l
o'clock that night, after seeing to his
destroyed before our eyes and our help him, he broke out into bitter impreca- this proved a wise precaution. & Paine March 25,1892. EsecntodI.
faithful horse, he was standing by a of Gen. Gregory dun mhti-ew
He saw no more ,
brave follow tions.
be withheld? Let every man -
camp fire indulgidg in a tin cup of hot j the but rode around to his
"I will all make fools of lug day
.
me.Without suppose you
coffee, made of the genuine article,that I waiting see the effect of yourselves now over that ill-bred ani quarters after nightfall and gave him JACKSONVILLE, FLA. L. Parcel
day captured from the retiring federals
first information he had received aa
his words he started forward. His sudden mal" f"Capt the
when an orderly rode up and reported Lanvale's condition
and stir Hewson in house to
that a Texas brigade,had lost its and striking appearance grew up our I ATTORNEYABd
ring. appeal electrified the emotional and his illbreedingmnsttherefore have Violins Banjos
and needed a guide. The general ,
way (TO BB co(viscn.lBucklen's
southerners and with a wild yell the come from us quietly replied Janet I Conneller
and at
looked around at his weary staff Law oppesJt4 he C
regiment broke into a doublequick.The "Quite likely,"sneered Lanvale;"your
said: "Capt. Ilewson,yon seem the least I STRINGS :SHEET MUSC&C!' Heiue
Arnica Sahr.
fatigued, please guide Gen. \Vheatleys distance was short, and in a few family has not impressed me with any ..;-m practice la an Comp PALAT

brigade round to the right, and have minutes the little column broke into sense of superiority either in mannersor The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,

them report to Gen Smith." John the federal ranks with irresistible wisdom" Bruises, SortS, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, All Prices for Cash or on terms to
\ weight. Everything went down before Janet had by this time heard so many rDRUNKENNES
moved off promptly, but with much reluctance Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
confederates from her that suit oc93n1Chartbeglala'e
them. The retreating seeing coarse speeches husband
in his heart
and all Skin
hand rallied and renewed had to hurt In Chilblains Corns, Eruptions -
help at they no longer power as .
Ue found the Texans a quarter of a and Or UM. *. ** sws.. rb.ttttetr
mile away resting and waiting ''for a the charge and in fire minutes the fed earlier days so she made no further re- positively It is cures Files to or no Eye and tsam: by ad..tatsteef.sr ... ........
guaranteed
required. give .
...
erals were in full retreat. ply. This angered Lanvale yet more pay Ointment.A II Sa aanraatarrsid..a ... ..
guide. He reported to the general that Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded pow ___aa h It
CoL Gregory had secured another than fitter answer and he continued: ; Ia uln as beer a-P a eoaM er ,.
he was detailed to guide them to the price 25 cents per box. For sale by certain cure for Chrcnlc Sore Eye, wtwste.i..wf dtwtwpe.aLrta.a..t.
horse and rode up alongside John to "As f0l"1ou. my lady I don't intend to Lr.f.w sod wUi see a t.ta.ewl ...
right! ., some five miles away whereat Lower & HCLSE.COmUHPI'IOY. Tetter. Salt Rheum Scald Head Old wawa.
; pwwt'
the oath in say WOod bless you John, you have have yon receiving visits from other ::: ..o ,. ,=, U car :':'-pqa.d"yt.Vta
general swore a mighty Chronic Sores Fever Sores .
Eczema .d
his intense disgust, but finally found saved us all; but Henry and Lanvale men and I wish you cot to see your r---.1l...:.r.t 1r rb.gw.ete.a.pwfa?son 1w
CURED.
are both down. I don't know bo'w badlythey Capt. Ilewson when he comes about; if Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples .a sofa to np fa.u Mt tw..e arts_.-
voice to say: "Lead on, young man; I tot ts.re.er app.uq a s +1.
presume that the intention is to walk are hurt you do, when I get up out of here I will An old physician, retired from prac- and Piles. It is cooling aad wotting. MoLDK315P'rcIrtcct.;defe .....
John's heart smote him he thoughtof settle with him. had in his hands Hundreds of case have been cared brit CISOINIAT1
us;down to a state of humility that u tice,having placed by 4e se. "' d sewulr k t a..lO.Te ..wCJaJUU.S
will make us fit subjects for killing to his wicked wish toward Lanvale,and Janet was not of too patient nature an East India missionary the formulaof after all other treatment had failed. a STx.

morrow." and this insult was too much. a similar vegetable remedy for the U 1*put up in sfi and 60 cent bo.ua.I. ,Alt'sDr.gettttPalatka
"You undertook to settle with my I'll.
Aa the general was splendidly mounted "
Capt. Ilewson, once before, and I remember speedy and permanent cure of Con
struck John
thIs
of speech but as ha a pretty said nothing strongfigure ( that you did not come off victorious sumption, Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma W. & W. M. DAYIS,

except to ride ahead at a steady gait ,.- 'J ," was the quick retort and all Throat and Lung Affections, i

As he rode forward the colonel of the r This answer maddened Lanvale, and also positive and radical cure for Nervous ATORNEYS AT CAW j

leading regiment addressed him as to he became so shockingly profane that Debility and all Nervous Com-

.' how the day had gone in that quarter (' }1M Janet was compelled to beat a hasty retreat plaints, after having tested its wonderful Htekman-Knnriy Block Lemon Streel -

Before he had finished speaking, John Palatka. Fla. .z-t, Gnat'ad TrlMJ.Xarh
curative thousands et+tat5e,1.
recognized CoL Gregory's woke,but con- powers in of basineea eordactedtor IICMtente and.p patent -

trolled his feelings and answered: quietly CHATTEB" 2CCL. cases, has felt it his duty to make it tad w.eau QRa tKa a closets:' .stoat InR olaa .
ASTHXAK.OoL test
1 E. E. HASKELL keg
aDd in a natmral tone of votes. r ) Gregory was made brigadier known to his suffering fellows. Ac- remoce kMmodeJ.fl>oa "Ml Dl"IOO. time tl aa floss

The colonel started violently at the t tuated this tIoD.. drawls: lit phi tKh cJ ,,
general soon after the "Seven Days by motive and a desire to "i
sound of the man's voice and L.A. w Y' ER. Outs BoMwt ) t
*\young voice sounds and atones communicated with John, relieve human suffering, I will send A )0........... : .at +i fi.....
said : our strangely J'atna----
hastily !, offering to get him transferred to his Dame.ofactu1 Mats k ..
V'\ free ref charge to all who desire it llQ .r -
familiar to me and yet you must be a I town sent free -- CUIIOAfJ.or
wise Addrtts;
in
to me." brigade but John thought it this recipe, in German.French or English Omc-S c< d street opposite Court Boa

straagtr. Not a stranger to you OoL Gregory, view of Lanvale's hostility to decline with full directions for preparingand PALATKA. FLORIDA. O.A.3NOW&COio1
ffJ the tempting offer. using. Sent by mail by address a. .
a* keg M I have memory I am John "" Oflq Ws
Constant service followed and he saw with this se a;;c.
ing stamp
Hewsoo.The' eels,m, -I reached oat his hand in nothing more of any of the Gregory W. A. NOTES., 620 naming Power .Bl paner.d, -aE.A.: ':r'r S "'SCEUB -- --

( family until the battle of Antietam. X. Y.An I
I1odttkr
.. 'D'JED IS
tinbfricoa and >ed the r Ad
s young "
> graff _
Riding hurriedly across the field, after I i'UD $11-" e.. 1DOB&h-:;
nwr.X nil h*spnk*In a voice shaken with : delivering some orders he took a shortcut lews publisher ackro sledges the

feeliA ; I HI sops UXX A cx:TArn. through a little point of timber. As I II receipt of an egswh'eh u was laid on Pianos and Organs. fore the haitk cIo 1
":'I I tarl. my lad 1 am glad to see cJ"Ja ra sad toop''e 5essi'a'doesed
i he came out into t.be.open. field he found i. table bf the Rev. :Mr. Smith." t .
our Mr. bwo =
1 feared, I should never again see remembered e
;"l u. I he how gallantly Lanval: himself with a confederates M iyhN.L..t..u : >>

.. w.iii. :..;.. vua hare turned soldier too. ] .was battling when. heM "saw. .him.":-- ; I brigade which mixed was up retiring.before a auw -I j Smith seems to be"a layman as well as _? Te*Catatognts. ,address' :, .. Po\t1: I "S TI&ItIIaa4 1IO t Vt etJ',
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ABLE TO STAND? FEDERAL POINT NOTES. County and City Directory. .-. .

[1'hDee.- Correspondence Palatka ..a.FEDUAL the Later
I
initiated,tome of the result roixr, May 23. COCXTT OrriCTKSt Kikneys.

primary election must be aYealation. Thomas Hamilton who was quite Judge Criminal Court of Beeord-Imne zir is a pleas-

[ sick last week, is getting better. jlU GWlI. EIIq. 1k Til cures

were supposed to be strong folks, who were spending their vacation County Clerk-J.8onclt X. BlackweU.w-Joeepb H.Stafford. I C { i ii oD, Indi

ogle, and certain of being at Summer Haven, were sent for, Judge County Coirt- Jo.epit E.Baldwin Esq. : i Head-Loss

did not there In the and they with the help of Dr. C. A. County Commissioners C. Butler Chairman I ,
get Palpitation:
; T. 3T. Oantler, L.U.Morgan H. S. )(tn- 6 ,
Latlin soon the sick man out
Ich. brought I el caused
ton W. K. Bowen The Board meet be Ant
ant, Mr. Editor, that there Geo. W. Clark is clerking for J. F. Tuesday each month. I'II t and kid-
Aennev during the absence of Mr. Clerk ClrcCourt-Frank Wright. fA i of all fatal
[natural or agenciesorm
acquired
Hamilton. George is quite up%rt 'for Sheriff-James H. Shelley. I. I 11 per bottle.
important functions in
only by
County Collector-Frank H.Blanchard. 1I
flag one's fortune in securing a beginner, and can guess at a dime'sworth CoQntl1'rea1arer-B. L LilleetbLCounty .o t .. Ga.

rition to an official position. of grits with the accuracy of AMCMOT-W.M. William t "..
Supervisor of BefUtration- H.Merryday.
the much an old hand. take Lemon
g given question ,
BOARD OF PUBLIC STRC'CTlOY.F. .
|Tt and consideration 1 have I understand that Miss N.O. Powers, (
,
of Mills who taught schtol so ''. Ackeonan ChairmanJutm II. Harp take
Orange
,
some facts that. must prove ad- John P. Wait Alex.Straus,Secretary.

1 oas to those who are troubled successfully here last winter, will teach Superintendent Board of Public Instruction take

pirations to political office.I here during the coming school season A.8traux. an.OFFCEItS. ':. .'

I first ihinz for a candidate to do I think this place is fortunate in securing alor-artbl Griffin,Jr. Catarrh, take

certain what the essentialal the services of such an able Al.lermeD-\'m. R I*Witt, President; S. J. :
are teacher.F. Kennedy, Wm. hers,O. W. Baett, A. Cain, __ __ --.-. I all tiros(and

[ conditions of a successful can- S. Sprague has invested in a neal P. A. man Joseph R. Dunn Samuel Lyon I hue Determined to announce to my friends and Hot Drops.
[; or, In other wards, what kind Robert J Rites,A. T.Capes, L L. PurccUJ. H.LaRocbe preparation.
of road cart anda TUNITY purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS "
.i prove the most successful run- turnout in the shape a George Foster. Prepared only
plump little pony, and he and his City Clerk:and Auecaor pb Prid.Collector : and varied stock and cut to measurement at prices never Ga.
Fn office.
I observation> has led me to the lady seem to take great pleasure in -)(..W J..Adama.Stewart.TreasurerrR. I any first-class Merchant Tailor in the South. Having

has taken increase business this I have concluded to make "111-
fall
salon that the most successful poI riding around. Mr. Sprague Chief of Police-John W.Hacan. my '
out a patent for an improved ladder, Chief Fire Department-Geo,E.Gay. DUCTION OF TWENTY PER' CENT on IaU Goods Patents,
I candidates (all things else being
and he expects to begin making ladders I BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. opportunity: may never occur again. CCME AND BE "
,1) is a one-legaed man. I know ofr MASONIC. hts, etc.,

reason to assign for the sueL soon. Palatka No. M. F. Jc A. K-leetl this offlc>
i Lodge H.: : TV. :: :
fact The lightning a short time ago : .....
one-legged man than the Second and Fourth Monday Nights lathe month
struck an oak standing; alongside the at 7 do o'clock.

11 as the necessary" preparation packing house ou Mr. A. B. Han's X.J. TTLCHMAN.W.M. LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY Cornier ,
stumper. If candidates )1.1.COXE,Secrets f)'. ,
place and shattered the building considerably .
and think over the matter and Putnam Chapter,No.t, R.A. M.-Meeu Sec PALATKA. FLA. .a
tearing out one corner
I find that a out-legged" man at- and and Fourth Monday Nighta.
theie. If I was a candidate sending one of the blocks from under C. J. HATES,H.P. LAW.

the house fully fifteen feet. It made M.WEB, Secretary.L .
cial position and a one-legged T TTtr. 'H'IVT A '
I'd your correspondent shiver when he saw O. O. 1'. '..
Id announce against me,
the damage that was done, as he has Pioneer Lodge,No.23:, 1.0.0.Fv-MeeU ever)'
rn at once. Tuesday Night. JOSEPH PRICE N.O.
It. Editor, the unsuccessful put in many a day working in that R. C. BRETARD, Secretary.St. .

I is a bow-legged man. Hiss same building. I don't think that either Johns Encampment. I. O. 0. F.-Meets Con itionPow rS& .
a pine or oak tree should be left standIng y yFOR
s no record of a bowlegged every Second and Fourth Friday Nlghta ......
close to a building! in a countryliko
official position. Then JOSEPH PRICE,C.P.
agan ,
Corner Klrt
>
( that I can assign for this this, where there is so much W. H.SPECK Scribes =,.) y

ilure is his natural tendency lightning. I have never noticed so KNIGHTS"OF HONOR. HORSES CATTLE AND roUL ............ .... sad

\all issues involved iu a cam- fore many as trees I have struck during in this one one season for the be Harmony Lodge, No 16'-feetl First and : : : :::::::::::::::: *,.

[bow-legged man having uu- woods hereabouts art lull of them. Third Wednesday of the month. .Spring.......SSJSto..M
ly entered the arena of poll- A few more lemons have been sent WALTER THOMAS,Dictator.J. SaJt'S10k. do 4.60 to SOS
Bellies
ndldate should sell out to from here, but after careful investigation .B.DONNELLY Reporter. ........ C1, to sT;
it to be.the general opmio:i I .-
seems 11"1111'
Itor on the first offer. that they are not mature enough. K. 101' P. + the o'*..Remedy that I ........ 7% te
New
Ian official position involving There will be a big crop Cattlery St.Johns Lodge, No.S, K.of !".Meets ever) In Sick.f SE4.ne h Disease known i. .*.. ..... 1zt,., to tS

trust and responsibility, a guavas here this season; the red oues Thursday Night. D. STEWART,C.c. I mal refusing to eat, ............._. 11.to Cu.121.

[man leads all others. Thes are just coming in. It is a pity theyare IL DKMONTMOLUN,K.R. s. ; 1 the green coat grass.assumes It soon a ........ I to 1(11
for if would Uniform Rank K.of P, .State) U Ie
so perishable they No.*-Meets for drill the animal actually"
success lies in the fact bear shipping *e might make something every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights,atArmory. I petizer,and to give an ; )'....... 21" t*S3:

I head that gets into an of- out of them. G. W. JR. R.J. RILES Captain. offer this Medicine one thousand bat no :::: ::::.::.: 35:
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kind and the less hair a L. A.SMITH,Recorder. of Condition Powders 4 :11'
Step. ; ........ M.
The First -- unsolicited
that seeks an office of IRON HALL. i
s Perhaps are run down can't eat his medicine aiM can tnruua. ; oi'; '
you
\ better for his head sill Branch No.T02 Order Iron HaU-MeeU First,
,
can't sleep, can't think, can't do Anything and Third Friday NI btA. Don't bore that cow's horns but cure herewith; one < ......:
Never run against a bald- ......_
to your satisfaction, and you II HENRYMERWLVChief I. Condition Powders. .......f UO
co i of the Peace or Treas- wonder what alls You should M.W. STEWART Acct. Price 25c. per Package. By mall, 35c. ........ 4.7 (
{ you.
do beat I ........
you'ie ,
tY-If you heed the warning, you are taking the G..R. ........ '
... ..ft
first step into Nervous Prostration.You G.A.R-Veteran Post No. W-Meet* ev.|y <. W. C. ,
to defeat is a cross- ......
R man need Nerve Tonic and in Elec- First. Tuesday of each month all o'clock p.m.. I
a *,3 IK
.jtno party can tell by look- P.T.L.QU;EN.Commander. Sole Proprietor and ..... '
will find the exact
tric Bitters you .
which tide LEWIS.Adzt.HOTEL. >
' himqttax in the eves remedy for restoring your nervous system ACKERMAN & STEWART, Wholesale l'T.. .: -
: belongs. A cross-eYcd man was inteaded .. ...
to its normal healthy condition. .. ...
,
: bj hit creator to cut hoop poles, trUe Guarantee,with his Book on Influencing the Sex, YOU will .. .f
'' Surprising results follow the use of thistreat come the sex desired. No cost unless you des Write for testimonials& & Rii
' he makes a great mistake when he Nerve Tonic and Alterative. H [ COQUINA .. .. ),

that business_to run for a political Your appetite returns, good digestion *] r ,

*< These are my sentiments js restored,and the Liver and Kidneysresume LJ! .. ..

bdnd play healthy action. Try a bottle. JacksonYille! & I .
Tampa KeyW
Ie I'LL BE THEBlJ. Store.Price 50c. at Lowry. & Hulse's Drug SEISER & VINING, Managers, lI..a,


...Klnr Warm la Sontk Carlletr.ewberry The Corning Journal advertises for ORMOflD-BY-TNE-SEA) FLORIDA THE 1

'.he anU-admlnistratlon. S. C., last week or, You-conie "an honest boy to make a devil of." FIXE FISHING. Tropical Trunk C Line 'a a'n"" ,

The "champion" which secures the "
candidate for Secretary of .J
largest harvelt.-Advertising. SPLENDID B \THING.BEAUTIFUL Embracing the System of Railway and '.
the speaking and began Steamer shown on adjoining map, extending { 'o,
"Sew maid and old made's clothing DRIVES. southward from Jacksonville. n,,_ ,. %\
TiUman, asking theSor excel la equipment and service,reach all 4e r
about the letter written to always on hand," says a country ad. [ Accommodations ample Rates prominent winter and summer e. e w ,

,mans) several years ago, ask- vertiser.iexican. reasonable. Pleasure Resorts |
Reached via Palatka or St.Augustine and theE j
to join the farmers' moveha --------- >> Coast Line From !\outbl"lorida." m New I
Smyrna and Halifax Hirer Steamers. 1T29 of Florida. eirice with i j
Parlor Pullman tenet, and Sleeping u .w. 4a' .i '
an replied that he would not Car carry you s .

to the level of a blackguard i # THE OSCEOLA Orange Groves !

use excitement followed; The ,

shed upon the stand and for a Ls.A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL SITUATED Fruit Farms, !

cuts a riot was imminent. The Immediately in the heart of the city. s ;

a* broken down but no one was Special rates to regular boarder, and satisfaction Vegetable Gardens, I

Pillman was 4wne off on the Musang in every particular guaranteed. ace oes
Plantations
rs of his tf. Birs and the meet- my- R. L. WALL,Proprietor. Pineapple .,m; o ,

rarne Phosphate Mines ..- ..,.
i;. D. EATON, M. D. .

w NESS,err the LIQUOR HABIT ,
." Cocoanut Fields :
Borne Jn Ten Pay by>> AdmUls- .
E o ......
Dr. Balnea' Oldcn Bpeelfle. Linimentfor HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE errs ALo.a THI- """" a.rm
Lee..,.
le given in a glass of beer, a 15
Johns River
St.
BLOCK PALATKA FLA.
ti6
food without
k |ee or tea, or in .anisea ::

ge of the patient It is ab- OFFICE UOOB$tolOa.m, Ito3p.m.indTtolp. Indian River, .:;;..,. : ] .

armless, and will effect a .m. Snndaya l to J p. m. .&
whether Patient from a distance tan be treated Lake Worth
and speedy cure, ::
trough the man. Office consultation free. ;
is a moderate drinker or an 3 )
t apS-em -rouiixa A ntw aorr TOB1SCAYNE %I
reck. It has been given In ... J.oo

|of cases, and in every infect FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM SAY. I ) a.oo s.25
cure has followed. It MANand '" 10lS
COUNTY FLA. Dhc& ttne to Tampa, Punta i JI6
.. The system once impreg- l.eo
and Ga1f Harbor -
Corda
(the specific it becomes an Allen T.Brantley > 0

Ibllity for the liquor appe- T*. I Dirorce.Georgia TIME I to
Brantley. ) aWILL
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.st. Cures guaranteed. 48 I YOU .1 cu
Address fT APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT OF THE: TROUBLE f
bf free.
particulars L Complainant In above styled cause that \b.llefeadaat. a
s 'Sracmc Co., 185 Race [ Georgia Brantley, I* a resident oftho SAVE I AND
Ohio. State of Georgia, at or near the tow ofrownwood ITRANSFERS ....._ M a' n.l
finnatl,
,and she I*over the age of twenty
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I ODe Je&":!
It U therefore ordered that cald Georgia ey purehaaJng ttekew Tia JackaonrlOe inert.,T. A K. W.System. .....
h receipt of sectional per Jrantley do dead,answer or demur to the bill fnottrnuifl.with other information ....J
I Conjrtssional Record contlons .BEASTFOR if' complaint herein OB or before the FIRSTMONDAY ::::: ..tec
G D. [
IX SEPTEMBER. A. D.1892; ..therviae :::.2.s

from Henry George'sProtection unlnstber.It decree. pre oonfeeeo will be entered 4....... O...*.., JACKSONVILLE, fLA; : ..:::.

[ or Free Traded I*further ordered that tils notice be published .: ..'s
ls have doubt, eace a week for f oar consecuUre weei Inthe ..:...
we up Palatka Weekly Times, a newspaper pubUthed :
lidered the 'ablest thinker u said County and Clreuit.
Done thl July 2tht.A.J). 1892. REMOVAL.: : .......:
m all economic. questions FRANK WRJOHT.Oerk.tI. e
: -.., Hjr 0.)(.JLLRBY,D.C : :: .::::..::860
at the current of thought GrLLn A Gn.uAIQIDpia1J1aDC'18oI1dton. .. :......100
far Years w :::::........eM
this able man is examina-too Forty$ Cochrane's 'Book : ........-0
of practical
ace 4 2 OO to 3500 a y.ardo bema by : : :
I beneficial to the ordinary o mean)agent; etther In t eayrorki
.ure pay exclunire territory. Writ.at Has moved to Lemon Street, next door west of < :'.:::::'.::
DOC* L.P.WHITE.Piedmont W.Va.OCl .. ...1..
THE -U store, where we will betpleased to have our friends come I : ::.: ...: ''
>W TRY TIll : : .......:..

you nothing and will ATTACHMENT* NOTICE. a new line ofBooks : : :: ..................::120

,If yon hare a Cough buts or TLOKUXA, Before Joneph K.
trouble with Throat, STANDARD.For J aklwta, :>q, and Fine :

Is. Dr. Kind's New Dis- COCXTT MAST or H. Pulses Bxsarrt County Judge.To (\)ntral aWIS

lion, Coughs andanteed Ton are hereby ntiled that a writ of attachment ..so to ..-.-. -
ARE GOING AT BUHCULOTTSLT LOW
WHICH
to give relief, or has been lined against you and your ; 1J! co N
back* Sufferers property attached to *attary the .:::l.0 ;:
paid Sale H. UUchrist. amonnti&f to' .12.Nownnle.e Base Ball and Croquet Goods : :: :::__ : _'
e found it just the thing TOO shall appear the Joseph F. 0'
use had a speedy ana Baldwin Countr J Aft and for said County, M
.. Try a sample bottle at OF bin SKPTEMBER.ovine at Palatka lilt,at Fla 11.o'clock.oa the In 12TH the DAY forenoon -: Sporting Goods, Etc. 'Way ; :::::::cr: -

and learn for yourself ; BY ALLDRUGGISTS. Judgment win be rendered iigalnst yon
and your property sold to pay the debt.
k thing it is. Trial bot- .
Jane 54th.1592. C. H. G1LCHRIST.GILU SCRANTOM a .lC
owry & Hnlse's Drug A (jiuit.Plaintiff Attorney .
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P.IUoE: S. .IN DRY GQODS. ..AND, SHOES STJLEMOHSTREET.: :
GO TO-. 'THE. DON EOB CUT R .. ..

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)fb, St. Jtftftpk's' Aeede4l1y.The HOPE OF THE REPUBLIC' WHAT THE TABLES: SHOW.'. <

?ALATKA WEEKLY THIS WALDBoN-BAa1fi>tk-Married, Au- Sisters of St. Joseph will reopen The first table shws an increase of THE PtGg! FAPEFPlf

mat 21st, 1892.A'WelftlBs* Fla., at the SEPTEMBER 12, their Boarding about 273 per cent. in the amber of Is eke Ra..d His 1 1SnuxarucLD
church edifices ia forty
McKENZIE BURTZ. PU&LI HERS Episcopal Cherub, Jay the Rev. :Bishop School for Young Ladies; also Day greatest percentage increase years being, 614 the, ..... P..U......

Weed, DAvnr. W. WALDRON, of We- School for Boys aed Girls. TO BE FOUND IN ITS CHURCHES the rate of growth of the Roman Cath- 0.. Aug.SEl. .]

OFFICE to Duun's nonuser, Tract Street laka, Fla., and His FLORENCE A. The course of studies comprises all SCHOOLS AND HOMES. olic churches. In point of number the .* has returned from a thr

next to Port OAc. BAGLEY of Poiaoaa Fla. tbe branches of a thorough English Methodists stood lip st in 1850,and still trip abroad! and brought the i

education Including Drawing and Pho- retain that position, no less than David Paige, the New York e|
from theCoast. 44,244 church edifices havicg been
W. K. DeWitt has returned re who absconded. He thai
$1. : six nography, as 'class studies. Music- Gratifying Census FIgnr**-HOB. Robert turned. Nearly one-third of all the says
*SrE'3n rflSraKS Centa. _-_, f W. Bookwalter saw Pair io|
*. Piano. Guitar ,and Violin. Painting P. Porter Makes a Very Interesting church edifices belong to the MethodistChurcH.
jtafcscripttons due in adranee. 4 Robert J. tiles and family are so- and French taught if desired. 4* while the Baptist can lay and the fact was chronicle

journlng at Triton Beach Ormo d. Address at Asbarr Park. claim to more than one-quarter. Relatively newspapers. Paige n4 a bee

PALATKA.FLA.. AUGUST 2G, 1892. i Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockford, 111., speaking, the Episcopal the wharves and took a *t*
Jesse L. Burton passed-through,TPtr i Church retains about the same position Buenos '
writes: "From personal experience I Ayres it i* supposed
to the other denominations
did in
Brand Milk 10 cents can, latka on his way to Summer Haven recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla; Hon. Robert.P. Porter Sepennten- as it the United States has no extrj:
"Tip Top" can 1800.( On the' other hand, the Roman laws with that countr*.

ml Grainger's. __ Saturday. a cure for impure blood and general dent of the eleventh census, deliveredan Catholic Church has advanced considerably

EXCURSION RATES. :;/F. Peek.To from a truffle over 3 percent Jean Haatlagt.'s.tat..aCrsULaID
The river steamer are doing a good debilitv. address in the Auditoium at Asbury of the total number to over 6-per cent. Thl
I' 0.. Au(. 83.-
usine... We are advised by Mr, Joseph. Rich Whom It Mar Concern. Pack recently on the comparative lu point Church of value has, however made 'still, the greater Catholic now no doubt that the half a ml

The orne crop will be early this ardson, General Passenger Agent of From this date we Palatka.appoint lIe Jesse is authorized E.. statistics of the schools, churches and strides, from an ownership of over 10} dollars of inspected paper reeen j

that Burtz our agent m homes the per cent. of all the property to an sued bv Paige, Carey & Co., of
season. the J., St. A. & H. R. Railway, to collect any money due us, of the country during past
is
LI ownership of 18f per cent. In this respect York fraudulent. Mr. John I
J. G. Williams, of Ocala, came up rates of one fare for the round trip to and to cive receipt for the same. forty year ..The address was closely the Catholic Church now ranks ington. the Cleveland millionaire]

Monday.' LOWBT & HULSE. listened to large audience. The second in exceeded has been having a hand-to-hand[
Sunday, returning St. AugnstineflExount encampment of by a importance, being el
with death
August 20,1892.A in Europe for *
fi. W. Rowley and wife, of San Mateo. State military a that point, will be in figures. relation to the churches are only by the Methodist Church, which months past, ha sent bis sworn s*
} number of visiting military com- given for the first time.Mr. returns a trifle over 20} per cent of the meat to Cleveland, declaring the '
were visitors to Palatka Monday.A effect from all rail points in Florida total value. In 1850 the value of
will visit"the August 26, 'Z1 and 28. Tickets will be panies, en route St. Augustine, formeda Porter said, in beginning, thata church property of four denominations hi meat* name to be upon forgeries.the note, ia it

large crowd of Palatkans good returning until midnight September dress parade in front of the Putnam glance at the reports of previous censuses -MethOdist, Presbyterian, Baptist and ,

boys in camp Sunday. 1st. yesterday, unaer supervision of Major showed that attempts heretoforeto Episcopal-outranked the Catholic: in AN ACTOR'S SUICIDE.

The schooners Nimrod and Meyer On Saturday and Sunday, August 27 Wm. Haughton. The command was gather reliable church statistics have this 20,000,000 respect.CHURCH COMMUNICANTS. H. Will B* &..-..b.rd by Tlf .... r

.and Muller cleared Saturday.The and 28, round hip tickets will be;old well and uniformly executed, and pre- been signal failures. According to the ruetcrns of the Theater 6..rs.HOLUSTON .

of St. Augustine from Palatka and Jacksonville to St. sented a nice 'appearance. Major the 150 DISTINCT DENOMINATIONS.The Eleventh Census the number c-f communicants Mass., Ang. 23.-W.Dabdi .
steamship City Wm. Haushton is commanding the Eleventh in five religious
plan adopted by principal
to. return on train for fifteen
for Fernandina and Augustine, good any Fifth Battalion. an actor years coi
Cleared Friday denominations for which the statistics
Monday, at the rate of one dollar for Census, he said, was broad enough to have been mUted suicide at the residence of G.Slocom '

UJevr York. the round trip. One fare rate from Born, to Robert and Mrs. Vander-,I embrace all religious bodies, large or completed is as follows Number: ef i .where he bM been living wi

The Guards left for St. Augustine Palatka will be in effect the entire voort, on Monday morniBg last, baby small, and simple enough as to its In- .Communlrann.Conregatlonal I his wife a good portion of the e.

yesterday amid the waving of handkerchiefs week, Aogest 25th to 31st, good to return girl. Bob is the happiest young man quiries to make complete and accurate & ._. I. ;.m I He was under engagement to appear

and flying colors. They are Pa- September let in Palatka now returns possible. Under the able Presbyterian Methodist............................ 4,256,377 1.r.s,811:: the Tremont theater Boston, Intania. -
latka's favorites, and we are proud of.eo blood. guidance of Dr. Henry K. Carroll this Roman Catholic....................... *,230, the
fine an organization: of young men. We acknowledge a pleasant call on Ripans Tabulea purify Investigation has been crowned with .x.... 13,496:122 tag hU part for the put few weeks.

from Mr. Jaudon Browne T. Pralte. I Miss Paoliae Hall Sate
Saturday Deserving complete success. The communicants of the Baptist telegraphed
St. Joenh Academy, under the supervision A. of the St. Route. desire to citizens that evening that he would certainly be <
P. ,' Augustine We to say our The denominations are very numerous and Episcopal with those of other denominations

of the good Sisters, will reopen He is gentleman In every way, and as for years we have been selling Dr. numbering nearly 150 distinct will bring the aggregateup band Monday Jor rehearsal.be recalled tho
Mr. DabolTwiU by
12th. This is an excellent to about
September clever as one could be. He is tounng King's New Discovery for Consumption church organizations!, holding to widely 20,000,000 in all. sands of amusement lover as the ori
NUMBER OF DWELllNO
school, and should receive the the State for his road, in the interestof Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck-: different creeds, varying greatly in HOUSES. nal revenues in "Ermini" when U

patronage of all our people. the Encampment excursion,and pro I en'. Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, practice and representing all possible The Eleventh Census shows a total opera was first produced by the ATsons
of returned in this After leaving
11.483,318 dwelling houses country.
remedies that
Bright people ue the quickest torecoeni poses to give the public a very low rate and have never handled variations of church policy. All of for Casino he served for some time in e itraraganxn
that have such as against a total of 8,955,812 1880
well given
sell or ,
I e a good thing and buy it. We which, together with the excellent service universal as satisfaction., We do not hesI- these had to be treated with the utmost a gaiu of 2,527,500, or about 28.22 percent The Crystal, and Slipper.played" The Baron

sell lots of bnght people the Little Early of the road,wBl induce thousandsto tate to guarantee them every time, and impartiality. It turned out to be a mat during the decade. As the growthof

.Risers. If you are not bright these visit the Ancient City during Encampment we stand ready to refund the purchase ter of no little difficulty to keep the population was a trifle less than 25 Chlldiv B.n.Ua After Iwag Y...... I

pflls will make you so. P. F. Peek. week. Mr. Browne authorizes price if satisfactory results do not follow various branches of each denominational per cent., you will see that the gain iu DALLAS Au,. 25.-W. N. an4Q.
that for their use These remedies have homes has kept pace with the gaIn in of Dallas when Lull '
us to announce ,tie, accommodation family and distinct. Stewart mere
Brass Band renderedsome purely on separate
Palatka their
The won great popularity population. While the tendency in their sister
of those who cannot leave separated from ,
good music at the Guards' fes heir menu. For sale by Lowry & Some of the denominations for which many of our large cities is to mass came

tival. This is a splendid band for a new their business on week-days, a special Hulse druggists. the government desired statistics were population in tenement houses the returns Josephine Spinks. One day last we
traIn will bo run on Sunday, the 28th numbered before and it for the country show a satisfactory they were united in this city.
organization, and will ere long rank inst., leaving Palatka 8:30 a. m., and As usual on all occasions, the Gem never requiredthe diminution of the number of persons Stewart boys hare mad this city the

.with the leading musical combinationsof returning leave St. Augustine 4:3Q p. City Guards will do themselves, the utmost powers of persuasion to induce to a dwelling from 5.94in 1850 to home for 15 or 20 years,and Mrs. Spin

the State. They should be encouraged. m. Everybody should attend this, the State and Palatka proud at the encampment them to submit to the process.In 5.GO in 1880 and 5.45 in 1890. is for a eight painter years and er his more.brother 3. A.has Stew an f
the State ever this they differed from
largest encampment materially
They have always borne the ILLITERACY DECREASING.In press wagon. Th painter recen
had. sonic of the "boom" cities of the of his sister
the residence an
We regret that Mrs. V. M. Smith, reputation of being the most tidy company like manner the educational re- painted

.who has been a resident of Palatka fortwentyseven "Late to bed and early to rise will in the Florida State Troops, UnIted Sates (.New York, for example) turns of the Eleventh Census show a ship.was in The total express ignorance driver of hauled the relation a tnj

; years-who has seen shorten the road to your home in the and at St. Augustine last year they who were perfectly willing to be enumerated large relative increase in school enroll to the house and when Mrs. Spinks i

and "the rise and fall of skies. But early to bed and a "Little were conceded to be the must hospitable twice, or even thrice. ment in the very spots were Eleven peared he recognized her at once u I
again again Early Riser," the pill that makes life and cleverest company in camp. Before going into statistics Mr. Porter was greatest in 1880. The sister, owing to her close resemblanc
Home," to to soeak-will shortly remove longer and better and wiser. P. F. Tbe uniform of the Guards never failed had something more to say about Census shows that the per cent..*of enrollment to his mother. An old-fashioned fly

with her family, to Savannah Peek. to bring forth cheers. multiplicity of sects.DIFFERENCES to population in 1890 stood: reunion took place at once.

where her son George is residing. Her Whites, 21.68; colored, 18.55, and that
Mirtfth.CtttTEniB. .
The vicinity of the wharves last week BETWEEN SECTS. ATe. Italtta a
The many friends and patrons of the the per cent. of increase between 1880
many friends wish her well. Not only have the statistics of the Wy.. Aug. :. .-Within.
presented a busy, bustling appearance. well known firm of Lowry & Hulse and 1890 was 45.89 for white and 61.58 ,
great denomiations been gathered and for colored pupils. In 1890 than thirty days a New' York company has
We are sorry to learn that our neighbor Several vessels were in port and were learn of their intentionof more
will regret to analyzed, but the numerous branchesand one-fifth of the white population South built a town at the Soda Lakes on the
Dr. A. Schaffranek, will shortlyremove discharging. The steamship City of locate in Crescent offshoots of these associations
leaving Palatka, reigious was enrolled in the public schools, and Sweet Water rfver..lxtr miles from be
to St. Louis, his former home, St. Augustine was at her moorings at City. Tbe best wishes of our peoplefor have been picked out and presented but little less than one-fifth of the col. ..

_be having accepted: an offer of a tempting the Georgia Southern dock and the their success and prosperity. with .with the shades of difference ored population. This astonishing soda railroad.has been A plant erected fee a cost of f. .-

nature from his :Missouri friends.: constant clanging of her call-bell was carefully noted. A close study of the re<*ordis an exceedingly hopeful indication 000. and 20t employee have been pro-1
r doctrines and tenets of these
them.We numerous for the future of the country, Tided with home In addition to bnild-'
Critique.Card. Indicative of the fact that her
ndy cargo that C. F. associations discloses the fact that buta
are clad to see Averyis and is especially cheering in the prom. lag and presenting the district with a
.( Thank was fast being transferred to the large steadily improving. He has bad a shade of difference exist between ise of deliverance from the perils of hick echoolhonse the company has far-

h a Gem City Guards take this commodious warehouse; great volumesof very hard time.Notice many of their. A snperticial glance at the dense ignorance that prevailed Dished the pupils with books and pays
black smoke, curling from the stacksof the relations of these religious associations among the blacks when citizenship was the teacher ana a doctor. Saloons are
f\hod! of expressing hearty thanks by a layman like myself suggests conferred upon th'em. The statistics of not allowed in the place, and all business .
appreciation for the assistance and monster locomotives as they puffed to Teachers the thought that a consolidation the c )lored church denominations In is conducted by the company.

'ions for their festival. We will and strained under the weight of long and crystalization of some of these the United States likewise show the Johnstown is the name of the new cit

and heavy chains of box cars, told the shade of religious belief would not be a progress made by the negro during the A surrey baa been made for a bran.
\jdertake to meutiqn any names, Examination of Teachers far Put railroad to connect Johnstown with the
violent shock to the consciences, and first of that has i
tale of prosperity on the Florida Southern quarter a century
Ye are so many the possibility of nam County will be held at Palatfca, in would strengthen the gnat armies of elapsed since that portion of our Union Pacific.
peo-
and Southern docks while
all Georgia the White School House, on SEPTEMBER
Vj is great, and deserve equal Christians. ple emerged from s'avery.
The Guards, ladies, will aliember just beyond two large vessels were discharging 6TH, for white, and SEPTEMBER After the seven great denominations, The mighty host which makes up the Chicago Galas a Lawsa.lt.

at Merryday's dock. 'Many Tin, for colored teachers, begin (Congregational, Lutheran, )Methodist membership of the tens of thousandsof CHICAGO Aug. 23.-A decision has

\, you. wagons were being loaded,and all along ning at 8 a. m. prompt. Presbyterian, Roman Catholic: Baptistand churches and the millions of money been handed down by Judge Anthony
ALEX. STRAUSZ, Episcopal, have been accounted for that have been invested in church which enriches this city by at least
e Star: Mrs. II. E. Armis- the wharves numerous steamers were
Jy29-4w Superintendent. the other 134 religious associations represent the slaves In 1853 Elisha a
and receiving It property by emancipated f 1,000.000. Handley, ;
Palatka will in the unloading cargoes ,
open less than 15 cent. of the
will per and theirfenildren facts that speak of Virginia dedicated a strip of land
was one of those weeks which in a |
w occupied by Dr. J. B. months be to Palatka. church edifice and less than 11 percent stronger than words of a sure foundation lake shore north of the ;
few common along the city, ;
linery and dressmaking G. M. DAVIS & SON of the aggregate value of pro-. that is being laid for the future of for park purposes. Parker B. Mason 1

(, commencing the first of We truly believe De Witt's Little perty. The tendency to multiply sectsor the negro m America.In and others have for years oontended

Irs. Arm itead comes to Early Risers to he the most natuial, (Successors to G. )I.DAne,) associations beliefs representing often remit in shades of closing his address, only a part of that the dedication was not valid and 1'
religious eight or which is given above, Mr. Potter said: that they held till under a deed from ;
recommended, and with most effective, most prompt and economical JUO"CTt'mUUI or ten half sustained religious organizations Hundley's executoA in 1874. They have I
experience in these pill for biliousness, indigestion in email cities and town,. when Thus is the great trinity of moral held nominal poU ;on. and have sold t

dent that the cangive and inactive liver. P. F. Peek. the concentration of forces would giveus and intellectual force-the school, the portions of the pr.. tVv edge* An r;
four or five strong churches, with church and the home-working on .the tbony held that HanaleylTWduyti '
both millinery and Mrs. Lonng is occupying quarters CJDr Tank power to attract non-communicants into problem of Chris'.an civilization in of the property held good and R tt

-an over the old First National Bank build. the fold. The census returns point this country in a manner that should title rests with the city. The land
out the neccessity of concentrating the be gratifying. to all patriotic citizens question has a frontage ef 800 feet
Old are sold on their ing. She has rooms to rent. religion forces of the country. They who love the Republic. While there is the lake. >

orfefiiett will fill yourrorrV0110110"11 I It is a truth in medicine tnat the PALATKA. FLA. showed the need of fewer branch associations much In the air that is disturbing, discouraging A Lucky c..... .f ,... .....

smallest dose that performs the cure it Correspondence'solicited., Sizes and and greater unity. These differences dismaying,,and may in we some not directions safely) anchor even WABASH, Ind., Aug. 25.-At Cola
slight as they seem to
will may
reach
er ot the him. the best. De Witt's Little Early Risen prices sent on application jyl-3 some, are often important enough in hopes for the future in our schools,our city James Gray was shot through i
the smallest will perfomv. the
hence of t cleverpublisb- are pills, small places to prevent the establishment 'churches and our homes. ,.i window while lying in bed. At 1
cure and are the best. P. F. Peek. I'
"1rest, retnX, after an. ab1oollng'"en SALE. on a strong financial basis of a received o'clock the assassin approached tb<
FOR C. A. has
Finninger
just a
North and The merchants and ladies were very prosperous house of God with strong window and fired at what he supposed
and able preachers of the Gospel.If new line of trunks. was the head of the bed bat fortunatel!]
liberal in their donations fur the Gem ..
Chase & art lIe is is not my intention to preach a Mr. Gray. had turned the bed about
'ice Sa I City Guards' ice cream festival, for 4,000 ACRES DESIRABLE LAM sermon but merely to lay before you Ladies are Unfortunate, and the shot struck him in theshattering lg

23 cent which the company expresses gratification. on Indian Rim at a reasonable price, on easy some interesting facts in connectionwith because! the higher they rise In societythe it so as to neceesitat ampn

ted Rio I Without the kind assistance of terms within a short distance of TituiTille the gathering of the statistics of tation. Albert Tucker who, held i igrndge
weaker i.nd themselves .
J'rofeaeor they bodily.Risley's against Gray wa arrested fa
C. ralnger's. I the Indian Ricer Metropolis Two railroads churches in the United States. I
the ladies nothing can be a success, as the crime bet denies guilt. But fa
I I4100'le .
t therefore invite attention to three Phllot ken controls the
: hart flat nerr.es
to
land. be
cross the may seen by exiling on having changed position he weeU
the realize and Gray
boys appreciate. the number of church.
ThtUlda a Tery i 3. H. CARPENTER tables, showing aids nature in her various functions, have ben instantly Wed.'S. .
Patel CoqU 1a;' returned j aa3-tf Opera House Block.Palatka,JTa. es and the value of church property according and thus combats with the: many ills of

?ecuPerate 0 wife atmpaal to the censuses of 1850 and womankind Uour .... Cam jr.v*. I* Xa4Ia... BIffDlAHAFOLisvAaff.
for successfully. '
of 1890.
te Teri to : For Sale or Rent. NUMBER OF diuggist ha not goUt he win order it 23.-Adam Ear!*
..tIOul I CnrBCHES.Increase of the *.t.. mlsJ
cs president sanitSy com
.... '' for IOU for tl* bottle, from Chas. F.
44.le2q P&aeengel' THE SARATOGA HOTEL,PAXATCA, _NumberX1810 w Risler, wholesale drwwiit, 62 CortlandSt. aloe has { **e4 it ptonlii...io0 qUI
tram
been good .Lt_ M8K90N 8T. in :J IE ANIMAUfAX FLORIDA. Denomination. l&.. 18M. law ., New York. Sand for a descriptive lining West ladisnapolk acalaet as*
wtUI.u porcLAR HOCSE 1M WELL AND Congregational..... I.TCMI.,135 17T.C1 pamphlet with directions and certificates further importation* of Teas east!*
odds '. THIS .........
LutEerln W21 5.865 437JS
e knows to the toarist and trmrelInr additional number of co.iA tad
ta1n John lItER RNIWAY.scHEDtnjc Methodist.... .....:13,338 44. 44 231.71 from many ladles who have An
public Is offered f or sale er U can be leased .
: Do I ; ... .... anburb have bean reported tfcfc M
q. miN as it BOW stands,nnfurnlsbed.The Presbyterian 4. 63 J2.4C3 IXM used it and can't say enough in favor ,
ICu J>ernollt : : IN Errxcr HAT *. 1892. owner might furnish standing Furniture Roman Catholic.%7 1.106 614.43 of Philotofcea. while be stall il. vine Risley's
.teet ,&. &" dye or even throughout and complete,If satisfactory B.oU.t..1.360.:: 99,412 3 0KpiscofMl tacy ia prono. no4-c it TXM fovSJ
.I.eJa blqhDare eld- 8OUTIL,. terms were offered. -.M. 1 BsMS zeta! the tee is shown tfert MM .... trovbtfxitd
Watl' .OOT 80,471 308.85
gm ,rot full and terms, to AlloUten HARRIED,
particulars
Ly J 11lle... a eo I apply two . ....
se awls ao pili C. T. D ,* a. M T
and
'dght to behold.gra A.r8t..A.upIt1M.. t 30 I .. ....... Palatka 2AM At Fla.
T1 top. auS- ,Via Totals.1@,254 Georgetown, ,on Wednesday, .at41.weihi et **>.**.
: tOld mine and 'T"ttoWoir It 1\a Ly Ara.Palatka.M AngasUns.-.... _u._ 310 411 p t t 500 i eo rm sin The figures given for 1890 for the August 17th-Professor Isaac L Hhnes,
AI .Az hlatka...._.. ....._ 4 35 p. t 110 am C.WMARVINfD.D.SCRADCATK Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist l..1ib1 ..... ea. west,
LvrafaLka.._. __.amlt 445 ..._.... of Palatka, and Miss Carrie Blaney,
-- G4t1 LY E.1"alatb..... ... .... I It pm :......... DENTAL DEPARTXn'TU5lTXRSrrY Presbyterian and Roman Catholic the Rev. Mr Rider officiating. Prrra3VIto. .Lac'. M. l

a.1, ETE 'o' o' ', At Ar Ars&aeaMateo.Da ..:::: :::::::::::: tEe :::::::::: or T1LYrSgSE&AsTtrtctatl'EkiTH : Eleventh churches are Census.collections The made greater by portions the- The contracting parties are well j Smith was Instantly, an employe billed of bf a aa are Wtri escape I Ij 1

1. O of the Baptist Church, all of the known and very popular in this city. wire while on a Pee* avan bmilt
I'E.1s 0BTH. Episcopal Church, and several of the Professor Hime& had charge of the Smith foolishly tried to f,t asl
.. other denominations are gathered from shock from a bars spot on the wire
TIns SPACE San Ormoad.Mateo......:: i i ltram :::::::::. ::....:::::: denominational year books and other school at Putnam Hall last year, and has caught hold of the a death 'b both I
so did he that he shocked to
raison sources. competent prove and was .
1rILr. DEC''r'nn tk t...:::: u : :::::::::: ::: :: ::: this been the
---cun Dr44U4 tka....... .......... Ui'1b am ......... TALCE OF CHTTECH: rEOFEBTT.Inereaoe. year given professorshipin | A. Gay Ex.E4ltr.
PQpULAn hlatb.. .... t t 7e am r136 am ...... .... Palatka.
... ID..uro" apst1Dl.. tie 10 amus, lapin .. .... Amount. per cent. I CAP MAT, N. J., Auir 23.-W
.......... 4 Miss Blaney was the teacher of
M. urutine. tit 7o am i0 pm'Y1lJe. Deno.i'a- llI.'ie &0t1oDI. an
RAr:' 4 pTtta -_P'B ... fl1 150 am .......... .s to pa 1501899.. 1 9Q. excellent Palatka 18. Walsh formerly editor 01 LI
> gut: ; ON GOLD 8ELTEK CoDD't! tiou1 $7,T9,1 $43433,43? 443.72 school on Heights. !coifs Magszid. was before K
TrLL rorjABOUT f V tDaily except Sunday LatiieRD-. 2.1K2M 3U18.234 1.0ee9s THE TIMES Join in congratulations Henry on a charge of" 1nltin, fe
UJackwiaYfflevitt &. 1OKKJ4S 130,011,079 mJ15
alldirtrg.8ysi Specialty ell CKOWJf BRIDGE and GOLD Methodi *
--( / Atralatkawiththe, T K. W. W ITesbrterUn 14,637stssast/ Kl.75 with their numerous friends, and vpsh on the street and paid a fine of J JH
2'nx GOOD administered for the pain. Rom CatboUcJK,'38 1U.381.M 147SJ7 caught Miss Bid Doab, daas

.nrr .4r nIl! T1IL1. 08f' Baud tickets,detailed schedule*and iafor- --.C- for ot Teeth. Baptlei....._.... 11.001,085e.k.326 518.30EJ.Oopai. M&ai the happy couple a long and prosperous of the president of oooacU. on the st
+ Bzsoar. 1v. l on local ticket agents. ,BACK Itcn. orG.FALATKA FLA. All oher..13,356536 I8m.311138 future. sad hind Mr. ,.
IWTORD, JO8.RICHARDSOXGenTSnpt. 1 :Mr. and Mn. Himes will reside in
Office .
HourstS to U a.a.I Ito I p. m-j y toap2Ztf
\ Gen.Pan.Agt. .po m. Total.........f87,44M71 fOX.rUK C2LM Pala&a.

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