Palatka weekly times
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 Material Information
Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1892
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054327
oclc - 33475273
notis - AKP2305
lccn - sn 95047303
System ID: UF00079946:00013
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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CAMP MITCHELL. I fronted by the corporal of the guard,cnck never, even crows .(sen.ibletoo) i .. !iII '- : ..-...............,-.

4..d s c..p-m.' AfT .alef woo commanded him to march to the I' for midnight. We do Dot know .but 'r Great: Removal Sale Wedneeiq -JlrW. Roper was cross-

\}:e.-wv....r > e7-1C. .... guard tent The young man tried to I think that Corporal Wig must 'bare -: .. ; ., inz Rioe,Creek In-the ferry boat the
rt IttUtka TimU: J' but the warned them of danger. mule attached
1'. explain "how matters stood, i fit to the cart in which she
I MITCHELL, August 29. corporal said he knew It was: false. Ask Frirate; Sherman Fowler why he was seated became frightened, and

Tau I and mot successful milt.tI "Fall in, I tell you! Tliere',* no use slept over at the depot when he had a, Great Removal Salef!. obeying the, instinct, of hit nature.*
in that comfortable bed "juU over the lines." backed the cart off the!
s qmeet: the State has ever trying to slide out of this thing rear end of the

4 f .' Augustine now. manner.'* The as,uraucts ot the,cor I One of the.Guards, who had an engagement boat The mule, Mrs. Boper and .

t cient City Is gaily attired. oral that this young man, in endeav., for the ball was disappointed : box containing several pIgs Ia one pro-
endows of residences, ever oring to "sneak out" would bo, given t being detailed last night. on extra ,Great Removal ,S le !' ; miscuont mass were dumped into the
19 of business Wises and double duty, mingled with the pleadings guard dnty. An explanation,however, V* stream.

top of, lofty steeples and of the victim, vanished in the dU- made everything satisfactory. % ::':;jL? ; .: ; V : : The water at this point is about.
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structures the great flag of, lance and a detachment from the ten; Privates Messmer- and Gerald are fp."IS :. ". r '- d a T : thirty feet de p. The entire outfit at
'' the teat fond \?) of guard J ., once was "out ,
est and most independent City Guards emerged from duty. "#oJ' .' ') "':"-Ar- .., ; !tb of sight" But soot

the globe' Is wafted to the and proceeded to the guard tent to seethe Corporal Guile is the UnIt soldier in ..., .#. ... 'r' ,, .. there was an evident troubling of the

I be hones la some instances fun. These cases of mistaken camp. :,: .{ : ; f:" ., : water. .j he ears of the mule was the

tef the stars and stripes,and identity occur almost nightly,. 'aDd, is The Guard entertained. chests at .. : -'' *.." ;- first of the sunken cargo to make:ap-
icles are decorated with mint4nejsireetyoungladles dangerous to be perambulating around dinner Sunday JJrs.Meek, Miss Lollie MCLARTY .BROTHERS'MCLARTY. : ,.."" ;. : .; pearance again above water, and,as hIS
;! have even in the lines of your quarters after Teasdale Miss Jattie D'Autrey, Mrs. .. familiar nose inhaled! the pure air once

a fafbion the "national tap have sounded. W. P. Honse, Miss Genieve Merrill, :BROTHERS: rfX : i sacks his long ears fell back across his

ash decked with red, white Major Wm. Hanghton, commandingthe : Joseph. Dunn and W. P. House. ,; .: :: withers. one wild -snort, followed bjM
Battalions Those who will dine with ', ..,' ,.:., ." .,..., t
which are very attractive Fifth, one of the fintstlooking Us to-morrow <{ 4! thaddtag lORd unknown In aquacioas.regloB .,

verytbinjlj ,donned in hoUe In Camp Mitchell, 1* the ,most are,Mrs. K. W. Davie and Muse Rosa MpLARTY, : BROTHERS'. ., : .. .?;;: ',:'. *,. waa heard. The male had.

as'a 'token of appreciation graceful officer.In cump.. He oeaHaaadshi and Jessie Davis, Bessie Rage,.Mrs. S. .... ..., i ,, > .11- I"" .,., 1.P'_" .'0 .... ..i diseagapedhimself from the cart an4T
e to the soldiers battalion with ease sad dfetfactbenes L.Lowry and little Miss Nellie DavU. .' .. ." made i a,0old; pull for the shore.

arrheel in camp at 'noon *. The Major Is very pepaJer with Major Webster, of the Fourth 'BaN J'" .. .- ,:" l' .' 'Mrs. Roper was next to make her ap-

r day the Franklin Guards, the entire regiment. UHon, arrived: -daYr and .will relieve ;::... ,A Dividend of 35"'Pe Cent. pearance. She was. greeted by Mov

t, Apalachlcola; Gem In the absence of Ka-j 'i -g Captain\ E' M* kfcLaury; of the Fourth Battalion, Opiate. Hie- been acting. Major Webster it a ... ". \- to',this DU.r rtlHM, ,aed, through bis-

eI. Sanford; Island City berger, of the Bradford County.Guards, guest of the Guards." ;J ......... T'ADiviiend-. of 35' Par Cent brave: and covrageoas assistance, bEn

t West; Halifax Rifles, assumes charge (n a highly; creditable i "" < Roper was rescued from a watery

.f County Guards, manner. The Captain is oae of the FOR C0Uarlr'JIIDOL:!, .n.: 4,,,,,....... ,* ,A 'Dividend of 35 Per, .'Cent.Jr .., grave. .

'J; Outa Rifles; St.Augustine RF6t. cleverest and most social gentlemen we hereby announce myself a candidate .loft ttu t v,a' ". The'pigs succeeded in vacating heirs

Angnstine Guard, and several have'm t Like Captain McLaury, of I re-election l rh 'officeof; ', n 'I '.' t sunken tenement lAd made safe landing -

s umbering i altogether about the Gem City Guards, he U not possessed I County Judge. "Bank has ,paid a_ DiVwatefrd} j !of' 35 PER CENT. ia the swamp, where they may poe-
idred men. of the conceit u.uaU"lound In officers I > JOSEMTE. BALDWIN, ui siWy await an opportunity to frigi:era.
ie tw,nty-two companies of this rank. Captain McLaury : Now if you spen"dthis t: Money during this Salewith'usyou' I Mr. N. A.. Patterson in his annual:

18. : Florida tate. Droops has also drilled the battalion ou: two : Capitola Cobk. Sloves; bake 'i transit i distributing! the ballot precinctslaWert -
: : \ < : occasions. ; will Save another 35, PER CENT, :: Putnam.'y. .

all" iucb.xKcasion*, the ..mention better, last longer, ?.and' give .
u We.came.near- omitting-to thus getting 7.0 PER CENT of your Money.A' .
t WI are the jolliest boys the.fact.that.ctejer.Syd; .?Lowry. u the better satisfaction' than any .. ot. '' wln4+s flmfnt A

M 't8ep.the: entire regiment "leading man" of the Fourth Battalion. ,pretty clever thing to do; take our advice. Good STrop 40 cents gallon '.
l other ;Via
D i>u* mood: Jolly Del Hiser He is acting second fsergeant of the make, at Grainger's. *

ten named'"Del Shaser," Gems, the firsWcompSy in the bat : ,. :. J> r _- i r _u *-.
boy in eamp.' '","'Pi'"nte talion. See? -,,' :$jfF ?/ R. DUNN'S.Mr. McLABTYBKOTHERS'GREAT .A bill granting pensions for'""servicein

i oily alitUeovertwohunrd Harry deMontmollia; second liobert,*Smith, formerly con- the Florida Indian wan, up'toanJ

sergeant Of Um! :Gem"'Citf lands, :"is nected with the East] Flonda Savings including. 1842, passed. both Houses ot

e 1ht.aI1.nADd (:simplyihtn doing himself proud ,He is acting sergeant Bank of this city,circulating among Confess a few,weeks ago and is nowa

t as regards excellent major for the Fourth ,Battalion. his many friends in .Palatka this week. ,DIVIDEND SALE' law Of coarse some of our old Inhabita&ls -

s band comprise part oforidaattalion. Adjutant W. M. Davis_of .the Fourth Mr. t Smith iajiow a,resident of Montlc are Interested in this matter.

We are )Battalion? also perform ,bis, duties! lli. Fla. He ia enthusiastic C.yet! the acf Da CapU E.'R. Mean one of Palatka'a

iel have visited the with pace and correct ess\ tobacco prospects ;in, hit ctleB..and well Down citizen, who is new in.

l I .at yie"expene of the Gate I Captain E/M McLaury acted as officer thinks it will prove to",be .a great: and :. ECI C.NirTN' : \. ''PIIMr.....- IUI4I' Gia:.. Wit hIaptoa City, will furnish any Information

ty 'pdjflndividuals.'' This is of the day today, aad succeeded pajteg jcduatry: at no.distant day? 10.wel.J Oar office kiln; receipt l of<<,, borne veryfiaesa on this Important subject
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:M,800..w S
t ''',..,feel jostifled in criU- keeping splendid order. He is aa ofl- Big: .[Bargains inI,Groceries of, all moi (nsTy* Ou !Iik e HMMW.; v 14tterdee4ars aeles 4<,:addeR CMMr (Fto.) desire He Is well qualified, from .

1\ for not sending this Eer o( wSom' :ttie 'wbeies r4 lion fts ktads,,at G affty at this olive: f resi8M. tobacco leaf,gown'OB the, plantation past experience, to attend to all business
4nce to that of the Firsti proud., IrentlemauTftaad."oivit.ta.h(, Dger"J.' ., 1 t ..rJz of'.Mrs JfW. Albert heat Qtriacy.Gada eatrasted to him.

I imany reasoner principal own companTlyet\ : stern in his commands rea i UBBK or, \THE cJBMH-eeRlT.. .. '. 'aFtear' aMM."swagmaneteksidef ea Cennttbobiroou Mused oa theY ,
: n the. fec that they iv, 1 f' ftep wedc.' 'lbidess rweali A CARD.
'J ; Le enjoy, the reapeef', a.d \ Bli4Be4. a candidate H CriMe.t x.w_; M.Mu.last. ,ryfits\ogarsa4\tBM! ,sampTsarweate -

; 'e .h lviattt c (:M: I9r rseiee l a 'I'9erk of ;:IHWtI ':f .-. 1. ..-.a. savstiag we ,thlak equal to. .lie
hJm'onee _po41 a M lMmbr.i1'eatbatwe have
Eorm u.\'tl credit to '
and have a .
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of the Guards. the Circuit Court TwyXT. respectfully, 0&,., D troy fW. n. rft.-3 JF ".tM..lDc! '1Iu&I.u.A to i&xewa'Beoer '#,. ,
the State. The uniforms of the First While Hit eosepond extend toAdnt'Diiiis WJINII'I' ?ilk .AM* .,. [7 ar 3 ;.n.: CM ie .KiIiMII, PieserifUons -
Battalion Band is rery incomplete" aioftt; fcgirty, ooagratu- ..BftflT .MOM9S.- fetti;ett'eeil"s >rr0 who W J-H-relutaed free the tebee.eelies datiac"back five rear..

The members,that could be properly lettontli'(fo be'rgrtaed bathe, cannot :E., C"'.Po&t, .. l&k- ,for'Jreheou. M. TIMI, 100 of which. M. : wleee kK! :ear pairoas w can secure any.
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termed musicians:may .be counted on Wednesday_ be HtLrstasja.Jer Ahe-Peacfa, Plu B aad hecfmiT. ieeti -
participate the,,pamyaaY. drilk. .;ioeod'' hoagie mod 'wetr ,It's' not .
the finfcfs of a uric-armed man, and several dug.. : ..... i nearbusesssMe. '. vests pl asat.Weeapk'aadf ; rh..hlag o r.Jrieads for past ants
blankness absenceof
There U a in the :. 'iice'pteoo.: '\ MolE > iTo "
that.too with the absence of athnab. .. AtIINee. M. H.DALto Palatka l >. pert'bithlull,t LOWBT &.HrLwlTor
this W1der. dfnltllsoAftAiaphau4 '
popular' yoasg oef Fa c?,Cooarias .... .. la efcet'_ ba4k
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) We think, the State has this, committed band furnish .a The ;1..e'.J'' saM {af/ "'igeant- at lowest ,...., atJ Gtajafat'aCall .Florida.::.:. '" ) 1 '....-. : ')_&M, ... boe1d11 ...p It,iec Me, assay yeawr Mr. B. F. Thompson -

great error in sending to : Major "Bany DeMoatmeiHn These and e_emaitne g.ojh ad gef ptfeee L'PLAwre Of TIlE 'Bumm ""Mp1y,. Oae.Cenpk: J CBNW.F. ef Doi looses, Iowa, was'Ilye re1 -
matte forth. Florida State Troops.The '
young ate. *,,fcoffevatv** *,_*]previously add ceavlnced. Also ,Hay, Grataaadjfeod. "aesata..WwD. LfeT For sale P, }' oL.; )0- 1 lya d4wltbc roak: diarrhoea. H.
beys seem to enjoy,the situation : "" ;<' ::: five fer. u. 'IeM tIuM ,
'stated are iMotam fhem.elveeproud ; cheap; ae ; ; says "At ttsaes.U..WM
heartily They delight h. "jamping" eieiw ...... Aiiteee. WI' E. 'B.;'.:J. .. c.-...... r.A...+... aMish; very severe; so
; and are mark ef honor teethe. s., &WIlMN4llt would ead
the picket Itnes after taps (10:15 p. m.) awasseeiaied Several' of our -teercaaota jaieadapoteg" ?A&1'il.keCmo'FIer 'Jfl.tf'I' d. B, Calrepjsetr the e.angeitit,je a".Meat seven ayWe
company with they North 'coon' \o; their M nv'Jy back in Atlanta says the Conslrtasioo.Wedaasday yean afO rchaace*
despite'ihe iery strictness of the camp. .purcaaee : ; jLoAX OB Improved *
The ptf slty, If caught, for breaking Today is Gov mor'1 Day, and the fall aad,winter guoda., ,y' 'GLLIIS GILLXS... he dethre d two ohata<. K> procure"aa'bottte ot ChaaberiIn
Cholera aad'Diarrhoea
j t p olk'y
entire is beet behavior. .G. '' Bemedy.
camp on it* teristic sermons at the geaptecat'oaNorth
.ie picket lines Is a punishment :
What shall it profit a if he gainthe
man It ,me prompt relief and I believe
The gaf ,
review of this afternoon by
r of enfinement ia the guardhouse troop whole world and then baa the dyspepsia WD ae Bro' asarfeet to always avenues where(Kev. Mr! JEHosser cared 1
"* tong; Uud" for a number GovernorFletning! 'ied'"staff WM the .mbed wfa, Fresh Northern and has,been coniRg a series of revival me permanently, now eat or
;or bad that t he-can't..
.. so enjoy drink without harm *
any I
thf ,n3oateacelien.: % 1le.Ntsigof( hekind ReridaMeais t'C'' meetings fs )Ir.. anything plewe.1
: < same IM. Catpep-
of jfrhe though ,
boys are sharp ,
bOtlllt ever there being of the good things it coot tae? He I'hire also used U In'm1 family frithtae .
and *3* fc gb "Corporal of the guard!1" presented, tweatycompanies per preached at the aftsfaoon service
itht i wont have dyspepsia if he' takes DeWitt's FOB 8ALR-Three Small Monies best .result For sale by Acker-
teard almost continually ring r comprfoiag l1aiea' Railroad Be ot. Must be to an immense congregation, which
ay Little:Early RiseN. P.F. Peek, pear
& Stewart
man Druggists
the clear, still night air,It Is sel- hundred and fifty tan, hell uniformeJ sold at once,and a great bargain can could not led standing room withinsound ,

boys get caught. Among in line. TJie regiment was !formed} TO THE: emzKxs' or rcraAMcoraraT. be, had, ky tai eadng C.' F. DEKISON', of the evangelist's voke. At the Mrs. R. D.Hail has returned from.
M --- P. ,0. '" .1. ap22tfjfpY '
in the /orty-acre tsa the
i of tents there is really no opposite I hereby announce myself 'a* .an 'Independent night service the"rwh was tremendous Gainesville,where she has been visiting
emjf captured. Occasionar depot. After the,.review aad IIMpGOf' candidate :for the office of 4Tr ATy A. GENERAL' JtiRtrr.Gk .- As many as coald find seats preMed her relatives for a short time.
a i call for the 'corporal, tion it was marched tbteoRli 'the Pth > .iw, Dune Bros. for First-Class inside the tent, and a vast crowd surged
Sheriff of
Putnam County
form rushes dpal streets of St. Aag s4iee, with theSecond" ,subject to Meats. Poetry, etc. EvcrjtHag firstda together on the oataisVe trying to hear A trt.a.t.r BaUIeeaak..
U instantly a
the action .of the voter in the coming .: Free delivery to.all part of the On
Ut,darts under a tent and Battalion Baa, et thaaford'tathe the preacher. It repetition ot Wednesday morning while the
election. delS-tf
J. Hi- .
SrzxLLzt.Captain 1.
('to' view. lead. The march WM a terribly the immense attendance upon the steamer Comet was passim Murphy

pke was perpetrated upon a hot one, though, and several soldiers I ..and 3Irs,4Ames, of, Pomona, @r'Go .to Baaae Bros. tor every- meeting held by :Mr. Calpestper two Island on her way to Palatka the passengers .
of certain dropped out of the'ptocessioa(o woeai* ife among our pleasant callers this "you >.,*. in the way of Fresh year ago. and crew of the steamer observed -
rent private a coma
ste, a.4 Fkh, Poetry, eta mbpl-tf
Fourth Battalion last night by heat The battalion officers were 1NK. A gentle BBS n of this conatf ,who has a huge rattles sake swimmin-?

that about 11 o'clock tLU mounted. The thank of the Guards The, steacaer City.of, Augustine will Tafcole HDith.Il14 excellent Jadymeat lee .gibed to us across the river, and Captain Strange
Kipaaa *
sari box are due Private Harrie Fowler for hiethodghtfulnes : the other that he basso of decided to either capture or kill the.
question ufctlng on a leave New York, September: 3d, with a VI day BO pill so
r his tent not very far from in ''pasting the Crater cargo of general merchandise for Jacksonville W. H. tiogero ha accepted a pnsi- good for ceaetipatioa, JysfSfsia and reptile fife accordingly started in porgy

}fri of the Gem,lity; Guards. pall among his coatowk., Barrie is St.Augustine. and PaktbuThreepound lion in the express ones" kere. liver comply as BeWiU's. Little suit.. and soon overtook h1D .".After.

boral and several private continually working for the comfort of Gem :Ariy Risers.Rlyaas '.P. r.JIIet. partially stunning him a noose was)
The Guards arrived borne
fed in the Gems' headquarters, other people,and this time. be struck k Can'Tomatoes,cento, from,_ City Mitchell. lipped over hi head by Mr. Emmett.
right. Camp Wednesday, Tatalee sore the blues. McGraw who, assisted by)! George
at rM .
of aer'
I the transpiration tome. ,
da red bet rtffl ia the
'an enlivening :nature. Sud- Camp will break Wefeesiey, afternoon "aUtitWI'.tI ,... ... The second MId chamber for Little Learned, succeeded In landing Ktm

le of the boy suggested a at 4 o'clock: alter a meet. .SBceese-. TH presence.of dandruff Indicates a the Bro'. phosphate lacier. ; k Swth Jack.seiiihe safely on deck and into a barrel. *:
-Itwa* arranged that all the fa1leUlou of six day*., dteeaed scalp,and if not cored,'blenching ] JHT. IT CvfitU Waken Ida VV'Jt7MsnlMsMffer i. nearing .....-u Theweahren As saakeehlp proved to be a beauty
of the1! hair and baldness will result. Btrrofagnitm f Ai } where be' (? MIll after
i one exception turn Into tent 1'0TEa. will are new taste OB the griva- ) ,; recovering from the
Hall' Hair Renewer will:cure ttclear : awhile wHh hia lthen rtuBHl. :effects of t' "'
the blows
itly situated, Io".that every- Privates Miser and Febts. heaorad rtop for *.*4sMf, iun steed iron' shealiny. Tate second acid ratiled
Lid be seen and heard. Theo by an appointment as msmbswefthe. ....DoI1'f i6noke i si tin cent when proceed wpsward. e chamber is the saaae. alas. as the fiat: merrily.. He measures about seven

> e-was to creep .Bolseleasly "Governor* .Staff..' Yitoait'. 'elate "'can'get'"better one, for five. The The BenDue ,Manne Hospital Bureau and,:enables the factory to just double feet In length, and lathe possessor of

et line,'then make a Ml den sav; the honor:.oiiilteitetsneat ';D tt:i" Cigar far, ,exceeds) in -quality "Washington City is taking active its capadty.Ttesee-TJ&ioB. mae rattles and a button. At present
he is safely3 boxed and rt
tdaatr'aa. though be. had W'j just may be peat but after tMst he'kz. and flavor: anything on the market:. Bteaeures to prevent the iatroduo WOO Will to Ofeea forma'pa ot
Charlie K-&nera',
ie line rash past Ihia'pit+ate ling to divide boaon, -', t; gaa-V Aeafepe: cads buy them on lion ef cholera into our.,ports by any of menagerie, at 'whkleplace
m L this joke was to be' \peija Vilinard OMT" (LWyi:'( eaty) 'a* "'. .y tereaa, in consideration of the'dullTabales the steamship lines running fret Hamburg For any case: of Rheumatism which he can be seen at all boors. .
canrot be cured Dr. Draasmond'sLightning The above is
by {[ snake
Lad thin shortest no story, but see
gain in the the Ttres- ; ,... It. h'hevtega Rlpais prolong 1Le.I.r'a.p.rtat to"HavreT where the dlseaaa is" reported -
The teal facts.
Bt practical manner possible ad- 'big time. He ban feeeived his coin.missiop .. to ,be ,iai>ir' Bfrea4usf/ Remedy. proprietor snake can be prow
do not hide this kt dated.
i into the place where his com- foni:'the"'Fj "rte B...' of !abH. 1utnctJ ntoftmnhipi arming ,from those and offer, priat it in ) __

ere confined. Ibis was done major et-the>' aa .W .lza. Ihereby announce myself as an independent other foreign ports aw W be rigidly bold,type printed on all matter their and circulars, wrappers the A Fateful Accldrat.liecently .

hesitancy and had a most comTh tion the purpouCbf wht;i,Is to prevent' candidate for Superintendent inspected, and if any traces of the columns of through while Chat. M. Hilllard was

L parts were played to (?) the, breaking i through: the picket of Public Instruction for Putnam dreaded disease are found they will be your newspapers every holding his bone by a rope, he beca n ..
on. The sentinel, upon seeing lines after,taps, and to heap the camp County, subject to the suffrage of the Guaranteed and thoroughly disinfected where.; it will work wonders' -one the victim of a very painful though not

nd t ery di $rain:tho lines, as quiet (?) as 'poet = thought worthy of their support. Respectfully -
druggist has not it, he will order it
oed the corporai"the guard excellent officer. and the boys are .ALJXL STRAUSZ.. passengers. seems that the animal became
of tt"wffl be seat
ore that officer could arrive our proud of him. Charite Milliard's ,.-.nt cooate- aay by pre- frightened at some obstacle and suddenly

rushed past his;victim and Corporal Wigg has been appointedon The tcGoo wear" Shoe leads nape ailed ceasMeiafefe *o the ;J.UMCaasp pfU4 express M.oa. receipt of price. t5 started backward, pulling the
Pmnaoa4,; didM Co. 48-50 3ti4
fsly concealed Tbs| excitedjisia&mofMr.Privale the "chitken: committee We do eMioB :]f kkd>. The beysi rope at a very rapid rate through M
'tm all at the tow One its Lane 3er York wanted.
price of !
iowever, not know the duty of this committee, ".t l C wctPlltilli' Hilliard's band, blistering hit fin.

and endeavored to find but suppose it is for the protection (?) Dollar and Fifty Cents, at : iii tha... i1't Ire Robert Brent, aa old Palatka terribly. It Is to be hoped that he

|the "escaped" soldier was con- of the feathery {"be. They are roostIng .. g +r + .. ?" '- t court'ef.title; aecli.nt.1o 'haieYeaed .. boy, passed through the,city this morn- soon be enabled to use his band S

bath aa.inatant b*.was con- remarkably'hIV now, and the old i. jr+R.tPU..NN'S<< : ', ... elseetMtiri irt. tills paler.ri iagt ea ionic to 8L Aayistine. Ripaas Tabulee purify the blo
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lie had risen aa he spoke as if to repel :
l' earl yta/.a ,a panda watching with mournful pleasure Insinuation in her:statement that FREKMCK I
I gin lili'raeaaHeutecas
J the playful antics of thr
a -rear-old he might better 'condition else- '
eolonsisy, sad fes day ist.iiewember the *. .
babygirlMother *
+I genera uW iEi: MBew... you are' and daughter jWhere. She answered by putting her Pf1fC8J lloUSa1ui
1 both
recognized around his neck.
L arms "My son, my
J.ooJdW a.awl erer him
yes as became Into the..te .
rM andunet I feel truly that
1 rc e-;"' to'ins lnto'Rfch him half son a* yon snvmy son
way down the yard Mrs. as If you had been born to me."
mord. Come with H
f me. I need your owl- Gregory burst Into tears aa she threw The Paper
young man tenderly supported
like countenance to
keep me properly her
sobered arms around him and Janet held her as he replied: "Mother I will Indeed .
,Op". FALATKAtOnters J
onto hU hand
crying In silent '
joy and to be good to .oa.- and
try a son
John heartily : ,
was .glad to accept the Borrow received at Cel
inritation. which he knew was made in I thus was ratified a compact betweentwo
Out of the hell of .
S!: kindness him. lie had plenty humor and strife true- souls which was never bl.di -
one only had come back to them and broken. Henceforth it was "Mother"and
in his but the i WtoareVEAIHJTATKIi
composition f'f't'poolibmtleSi.t that the
one they had least "
i ep : IDg to his position, anxiety ; but Son. w
now they knew in their heart that .1 Ijntonnre bare
about the Gregorys, from whom he ME N
r l e they were not like so in the vigor- JHJDY I
had not beard! in a year and more and l ny southland. left utterly many bereaved sun and I apse HOOD the, Qular well

the wear of constant hard service were that God in his ,We.onr .
providence had sparedone [TO KB COSTI. D.] Backaebe,Uicadfol Dmtt'1l11pleII.poII -
.'r telling on even his iron frame and he the face and
would be like a tower of refuge A ..rI.. of F.p.l.r Ezeerdea.Excursion .
; sat,aeQrny ins nazara .saw not was glad to get a few days* relaxation for leading to early decay. ,Coowunp
of them for a long th.Te:11'1 and shrinking soul rates of one lowest fare fend fur BOOK U Lirfc.m( <
CXArTLB xzrt heard njtrfrfl. : more Ue had been Richmond severaldays That day Jonn particular of a ban ere SDB.

The aurgeo L.. old Oen- Gregory that period. At fatal ChanceUorsrille his I and had been so kindly enter sad but sweet gave up to rest and forthe round trip has been established FAKKrK, .

Lanrale's wound would in all probability beloved commander finished his beroU tamed by the good women to whom longer The next communion, but no via the E. T. V. & G. Hallway, as follows ."'. Y
morning the
prove fatal. He was lying la a lethargic career, and John DOW a hardy veteran, I Stuart had introduced him;" laughingly meager breakfast table John asked,at : I VOHEXwb ]

condition and the chance were wearing'. a major's uniform' asked Ube adding that tbey must:be good to him. as NeurI'nittw
: would DeTer reoorer fuU consciousness assigned io regular command. Ufa !a> he was an" orphan boy under his day before -Well on I and 1
Mrs. Gregory, what Triennial Conclave. i
but toward morning the wounded man request was granted and he found him care.* that he was feeling much brighter b the condition of Knights Templar aay'ttheWomt u
things hf'rer be .a Ii and 6_
Ticket to sold August 3 I
loosed up and uked for water. The self under that gallant Virginia I when one morning stepping out of early V/I U X Jb unraax.. BarrraneM.1 1
everything gone John but limited to October 12. Fare from Jack BOOifealedX
had made the best whose brilliant career was so sadly. I his should send f )
general.who possible hotel, he almost ran into Gen. Gregory the land Three four forNoCtBC
or old male and a soothe $43.80.To ( frre, with particnl
for the comfort of his hens The shook hand .
arrangement two men >OPAT
weary men., baring been up himself all .cut abort at Yellow Tavern Jeb bait dozen of the older negroes are on Kansas City, Mo., account: of Sciential Qojilincittoae. talus

the night, had just come Into the room Stuart )Iaj.llewson was in a short hard as men will do. when feeling ta the place and we have a few dollars of Knights Phjthias Biennial Encampment rtence r.fni an the DUrnual.uM8 eI and MI'Horieatado.t IIC.W \!
tickets to be sold 18. 19
time the For a moment neither ; August ,
of the little farm-house, which' war most popular officer uppermost hard money. die.. FABKZR
in the could John recovered himself and 20, limited to September 15. Fare 310 Y. Cherry. NaehviDEFORMITIES
filled with wounded men. Do saw that command. The officers liked the speak. : "\u right, we will do famously" from Jacksonville $25.65. lays

Lanrale's mind was clear and said to unassuming, quiet young man who first Do went to his bid room laid aside his To Washington, D. C. and return
him: "Richard, you are badly hurt and seemed to hare no kin. and no intereat "Henryr well-worn uniform, donned some of hit account G. A. R. annual

must not talk much. We will faU back beyond hla duty, who never shirked, "Sleeps at Chickamauga* sadly* : Interrupted old clothes laid aside nearly fire yean to be in there September encampment 20. Dates, Cross Lyea, Hair tits Curvature of tW'
in the morning and you cannot be DeTer asked for leave of absence and the general.'( / ; before and took bold of affairs rigorously that, tickets will be sold limits etc., Cab Feet Hip Joint DI..*.. and all J

mored. ,1s there Just a word yon want was always ready for any extra duty Whirs Gregory and Mrs. Lanrale will be announced later., Fare ,fromJacbonvIUe tin tally of eared.Superfluous tae .Hand. Arms, Let and ;
however perilous. The men soon "At home both well In body but.ead. The few old '
taken toJ&Det7 The federals will take negroes the place were $22.65. Route lay byway

better care of you than we can give. learned that the major war the best officer .distressed.. ." + ; overjoyed to see him, and fell into his of Chattanooga an'.I thence via the DISFIGUREMENTS. \

Lanrale answered with difficulty "1 hi the regiment on matters of duty 'John saw that the general was very : plans at once, and at noon he started beautiful "Shenandoah valley Route."

am done for-good job for Janet-your that on all questions affecting the comfort much grayer and seemed to hare aged four plows leading himself with Selim. To Cnattanooga, account reunion of Hair,Wia Marks, Motes.

friend Oewsoo eat me down" while I of his men he was tireless that greatly and he felt keenly for the be Mrs. Gregory said to Janet that afternoon the Armv of the Cumberland; tickets pain valuable.iMly treatue and perfectly oa the above.removed.A tdrea Seat H I

was fighting two Yankees while always tn the front rank of battlehe reared father. As neither of them had smiling through tears: "My dear on sale September 14 and 15, limitedto C. W. PARKER, M. D..""!

As if in swift punishment for the was extremely careful '.the lire of taken' breakfast, they went In together. John is the grandest man I hare ever September 20. Fare from Jackson niy MO N.Cherry.Xa>h ville.let,|

wicked' lie which his rindlctlre hate had hie area; :John. learned that the general had come known and. best of all. he don't know vile, 814.60To '

caused him to utter the blood gushed After Gettysburg as lees army was Into Richmond on military business and It.John Chicago account dedicatory ceremonies TJTnTn\r JjIiLllVIjll MEX"wx wfferfnz MEX from a
from his nose and mouth his head fell slowly dropping back tintq 'Virginia, would only be there a eewpU of days. plowed and planted, and hoed World1 Fair Building; ticketson form of CHRONIC Dl'KASK. caa sorer

back and the soul of Richard Lanrale .John found himself In command of theregiment They had.long and anxiona conference rigorously, early and late; he and hi sale October 8 and 9, limited to and valuable learn work how on they their esa he mtk etn+n d (at sealed,a.I

had gone to meet its maker. barely mustering two hundred together. The &general 1 hunted up three superannuated followers pushedthe October 18. Fare from Jacksonville, writing DR.PARKER A CO 314 X =:UXAaHvOJ.

The general was so profoundly men gnanficgpone: of the Interminable the federal lieutenant and had written battle, and though they had started 12:). Date of opening Is likely to be .*,Tn, Better writ todayhet trouble
are dangeroua r1eai .ate veer
wagon trains u they slowly Out his statement before witnesses, and late when the fall cribs act of in which
hocked at the charge against John came full oi changed by Congress! bow lone afflicted. my"
that for a moment he could not realize crawled southward. The lieutenant this statement he had sealed and sent to corn and forty bales of cotton repaid case dales of sale,iimiu, etc.. will also

called in the surgeonwho made a quick and "was, bvried 'en,.the Pennsylvania his death. .. All these rates will be open to the

.examination and reported: "No hope, hills. The Veteran colonel badly Be was vastly pleased that John had CHAPTER: XXVI. public. See your nearest coupon agent,

general; the nan dead." wounded was ,miles I ahead hi an am done so well?In ,the ,service, and when. DATa cr TOO' aim eutcxMS or address F. M. Jolly D. I1. A.., Jacksonville

Hy poor Janet," was the father's balance John .rather aa.d11..td: John had worked that year like a Fla.; Chas. Y. light, A. G.

thought as he turned away to make One hot July afternoon as the little "While: it is, of ,coarse a personal giant. lie had slipped naturally into P. A.. Atlanta; B. W. Wrenn, G. P. Stearns WiW Mi
'It does seem' hard thatthttl8thiDp..houId the position of of the house and
man I
. such scant preparations as the fortunesof command stopped to rest under a shady gratification A., Knoxville.RCCULATC.

the bitter struggle permitted for the grove on a rounded western Maryland come to ,a. lonely had lived up to the duties devolving upon

burial of hladaa.ghter''huband. pill John climbed up.to the highest man like Sne, to whom they can be of the head of the house.In ..................................
Cai inghiaorderlywhowasperchedopa I point to get a bird's-eye view of the no possible benefit, and miss ao many heat and cold, wet and dry first .

stone with his back against the wall of country and onslung a field glass good men who hare homes and families up, last to bed, his energy and industry : :

the house and sleeping soundly, he which he constantly carried. He was to share In their honors""Yon had been unflagging. lie had lightly i i

I startled are about that., John. ".
wrote a brief note: out of his usual coolness at the wrong f j'ct1 .

CAM. Joan HnrtOMjHEADQUAKTKR: first glance. These things hare not come to you by E... .. .. .

JACESOWS CORF About a mHo to the southwest riding chance, but because you have'earned. : THE :

*LaBVal Oead. Come to me with orderly M np a deep and narrow valley which effectually them. You hare more friends'than you .

said*. It Is necessary. 0 aacoay." concealed them, was a federal imagine, and you are a member of my : STOMACH LIVER....AND BOWELS, :

The orderly rode away aa fast as his cavalry force fully one thousand strong.As family. In affection. If not In blood and : PURIFY' THB BLOOD :

jaded horse could trareL. It was then I the direction of the valley was if,we lose sight of you again it.will be : A KLU81C REMCOY FOR :

fire o'clock in the morning. At half northwest frt. .was evident' that their your fault, not ours."' I.Ur*.tt...BIUMM. ..na4a.a.,C -U. j

past six he found John just getting into I aim was to strike the wagon train at John's eyes glistened, but he said : .etl-.DjipvpcUt.Car..!* liver Tr**.U
his saddle for the day's duties Already the point where the main road crossed nothing, only id'hi part there was y ........+ Bad e. pl Dy..tai.. .

the sullen booming of cannon indicated the, raH*-v ,and where-was 'a small deeper'thankfulness than when he re- :. .t..fn.k ea.b, Liv..d Breath, .....ell w U Wberfera .f aM :.

that the day was to be one of strife creek sewed his promotion.Just .. .. .
where the teamsters would halt to .TkM e -.... aMMnv hi).ri M* toamtaalmMeoMOMttoa. ,
John read the note rode up to the general water the teams. Rushing down ,the before they parted, after arranging : :. ee.ea.L eM d..diat.. Vlua4totaM a 1a.f. : I '

presented the note and awaitedeommanda bill and giving his orders rapidly in .tons eorresfondeace*the. general 'ct1 :. wI..by$..c....j.-.._....A addr.w trtalb4Ue Mat bran. :.

TT general knew something leas time than it takes'to' write this said.to him "I am going: to say to you : THE RIPANS CHEMICA CO. :

of his relations with Gees Grego sentence his men wereln lice Callingout 'what would not, say.to any other per- : It warts mice irxweeeeeeeeeeeeee roes crrr. : The lightest,strong durable

ry and said: "Oo. Capt Hewson but one of the mea who was a dariag sonI believe our cause I*lost; but we .eeeeeeeee |M eeeee.. bat been built and in t Use for,

minutes are valuable and I need J'Of1.- scout and rider he gare him a line:' can yet do! our duty.. < .'ehsneea"are years, baa stood the time, f.

The young man saluted and rode away Ooh BAADISOV: Train attacked by federal that neither of u.will buniret&ia,her soluble air thaws rte.Aek

ao furiously that the orderly could not node,.T caralry. Caa aett stem bat few. :pants sftraffle, hat& I/taHad you MerrydayPaine----..

keep up. In an hour he was at the,1m oroootamssdiag.tti.Ytqnb -V ....... leave. my wife and daughter'to lion of our wheel tuadVwitb mallable

prevised hospital and found the general Ka aa41h1a'. Caraliy.. Jour andIfro'Nklamopipg 1.Ja. Iron felloes, strongest ,and lightest
"Our fires train de
worn and ,anxious' supenntendtef alai,. wagon hM'Y7.buf'CkDtoO pat on a.Joungjsan, Mlir1iia AID SQL I wheel In the trade.

digging of a shallow craTe under an peal OG yen*"warn'' his par ng'word.i but you hare'DO.other tie*and I know: I .& We bund all sizes of both power and
The gallant private,saluted, seaBed, turned aside Mrs. Gregory allusions to
apple tree. dismounted, saluted sad cahtruatyou. pumping mills, general Wind Mill sup
< asked:"' 'What can I do general?".They gathered up his reins and was 08 Hkaaa 'Theyoung man was deeply touched.' ,his that overworking he himself and by telling her plies ol all kind*. rank work ot every

walked aside and the general a ueeiaeUy arrow "If Bod.spare*my lif*, your:)wif and was tough stringy.Sbe JACKSONVILLE, FLA. kind a specialty Goods are fully guar
stated the, made 'Lanrale.1: John turned to his men: never caught him napping but anteed.
charge by daughter r siriH be tome a sacred charge;
John was greatly shocked .at>theeri. M2Ien federal brigade Jour or fire ,but I :hope w* shad befpenartted. ta once; In September after a spell of,bad Will give farmer and others wholesale -
times our strength will strike this train weather he had come to the house one prices where have
dens of Lanrale'a .
1md.J work together for their coocL"I we no amenta.
memorandum in fifteen. minutes. tlaDonl.baTe night utterly done ,had eaten hla Violins Banjos
,They up Send for
promptly referred his hope so, but I fear DOt respondedthe our large 72-page Illustrated
these wagons after I am dead. What supper more than usual alienee and
book and said: "General, Gregory,you teneraLThe Catalogue and mention this paper.
M1 goer The caen'ran on.wild yell, retired to his own room very early.Mrs.
hare known .
me 1D&D1-ea.ra. and general went his and John STRWilS 'SHEET MUS
yon way C.IC
N know whether I am'a ,liar or the re'" that was sufficient response, and' the: returned to his command. Gregory remembering some little I Address correspondence to the
next minute the matter she wanted to about
regiment was tiding speak ,
-Terse. I captured and sent to the rear Then came the terrible year.. ISM. STEARNS
toward the where danger went to his and knocked but [ MANUFACTURING CO.
pell-mell point room re
!one Lieut. Watson. of ,chusette regiment. Be was me of Lnvale's threatened. They arrived at the desperate. The confederates,vastly out ceiving no reply opened the door and I mh25-tf Conner Tillef Ind./U. S. A
crest of the hill fire minutes before the seeing him stretched out in his big nit.. oc9-3m
opponent and can give the nnmberedfought the sulleanes of '
you federal reached the road. and home-made went In. John 'OTIer-
at chair was
fVt Until jcfa can see him and hear despair winning fruitless victories at a : ? ;
skirmishers. dead-tired that he had thrown himself
deplored! so .
Bis story t will only say that Lanrale's bloody cost in men that could not be
mind The federals, finding. an armed force back In his chair and fallen into a R W. & W. M. DAVIS A U. PERSONS nm-BJ3T5JVWni. TAKE
must bare been confused by his replaced. At TreTilUan'.John won his .
I ia front where they had expected to dreamy reverie BO profound that he had notice that the aad.rMgtd Aave been ap.
wound. colonelcy and grew-ba favor steadily pointMi by the County Jndgeof IT* County
The general looked at the bronzed, make a complete surprise, became a little with his superiors and with his regi neither heard Mrs. Gregory's knock ot ATORNEYS AT LAW ViaExecutor*of the Ian will WIt, sst of
I confused and fell back a few hundred" entrance. LEONARD: HOLM..."(. deceased;*sad UKM.
honest face scrutinizing it closely for a ment. To look at his bronzed face, havtac debts and claim again-.aiVeetato winpre.crat
f yards and seemed uncertain whether to Mrs. Gregory was not an old woman Wckman-Kcnnerhr Lemon Street them for
minute or so. ; grave mien and heavy beard no one payment to Ba at M.t1l1. <<11ed.
advance This I but had left its (>hto,without
retreat delay.
or respite was sorrow
years l
"I DeTer really doubted you, John. I I would bare supposed Mm the mere boy Palitka. FU. arty Those indebted to said etltate win .. .
invaluable to the confederates it marks face and form ?
merely want your statement of the aa j I in years that he really was. unfading upon ; .... ROBERT L. HOLMA!.
them few minutes for rest and she both looked and felt old
gave a an woman. EDWARD P. UOLMA.f
facts. every minute was of priceless ralue as II lie maintained. a desultory correspondence As she stood over the doling young E. E. HASKELL Marc. 2S,1 rue. Kzeeutora.
John briefly gave the facts the gen with Gen. and Mrs Gregory .uw.
John calculated that Cot Dardison La the relaxation of utter exhanrtion
man .
rral listened attentirely and at the but was grieved to the heart after .
should reach him in minutes.For .. out to the
her heart went
thirty man L.A.wYE R
conclusion took John's hand, and shale Hood's disastrous winter campaign to
I. L.
fifteen minutes I In such the ]E'urcellATTORNEY
I -
twenty desultory was large measure possessor .
lug it cordially said: "I believe every learn that Gen. Gregory was desperately .
skirmish waa carried on and John I of that rarest of all virtues, gratitude
word but as several wounded men wounded at the battle of Nashville
b.lt to halt the and and her conscience smote her -8ec0D4 street
profited wagons as omC>> oppositeCourt Hoo-
heard Lanrale's charge and may bring and had fallen into the hands of the
I mount a hundred or so of the driven oa I she knew that they had not truly appreciated PALATE FLORIPA.
It up some time I shall hunt up the enemy and died in hospital. He wrote
I wagon hones, which added largely to the goodness of the man who as76EA And Coao..nr at Law .
federal officer and take down his teat!- Mrs Gregory tenderly and pathetically opposite tbe 4praetice
his effective forces. The federals haoappa.rnt.1 of his to
the days
was giving strength Bo...
-mony, and now as everything is ready : telling her of his last conversation with
bag concluded that no large their service. A* she looked at him : T'I'Y'SCELE : (tF'1U ia an Courts rAJLATKJ
.to more, and our friends over the way the general, and assuring her that she J'LA..
force could be in their front now raiseda with her own face working and here.ea tasz.uDRUNKENNESS
still a son left. The heartbrokenwoman
cheer and advanced rapidly but were brimming he moved uneasily and UUD
wrote him in reply a letter
met with such heary and well directed muttered some words. She e&D4hthe
which be DeTer got, praying for his
fire that commenced and In moment it be-
\ they fallingback. safety and longing to aee him. word: "Mother a Pianos and Organs.

; 'I I ,A half mile away, John saw the men came clear a*sunlight to her that this or UM LH.wr MaAit. rvJ7l"l OM *

.. ', \ in gray riding rapidly to the rescue,and CHAPTXRXXT.1MB.' man was Indeed a son to her. She Tor Catalogue,address, haa.w........s w llsarswt
.. .....
his saber toward them him the fore
to kissed
( pointing encourage Leaned over and on It I.sae.fMtbr.dw. .watah Mbe ..119.
his men, gaTe the word John Hewson, colonel of cavalry, was head. John came to with a start, and DANIEL F. BEATTY Wsthngt! N. J' ie whbo.t.s.1..W. er b.wf.ds iar a :r':1 Ud: sass pa.at or tea Is .,t5 r.ed?

"Charger Like an avalanche the Virginians she put her hand on his shoulder and a.r l.r Lad wail ..fool a Whspood
one paroled prisoners at ..,. .
Appomattox .wbKbN
went down the hill,and the federals and,as the young man slowly said, so tenderly that it brought the MOHET SAVED IS MONEY MADE.Sa ..alaboil.weak. saws n....a-.a..esdwat gas.. ta.---.do.a N

already demoralized by their traveled toward Texas, he realized to tears to his eye: B t.M emu' eve; dollar yoe .,-d. =-er-.sdas..e..rr:... Thesy a..e..a ap.N.twNbaf.4 rorla.
Writ for oar aianuDoth CaulofiM. a 00.pac ed tats'"!tpMUe.JI ....._
warm reception where they had counted the full the bitterness and desolation of "My poor boy to think of you working book,eontalniac Ulwtratioa(IrlB c towert..- M\ .tsaaor.P...,Moo.II. ...n.t.. yp"pytT

on easy booty without waiting to feel this fratricidal war. yourself' death for two poor creature*. Bf actorm* PiteM,wtta aanfactuvn'dlaeooatt WOJ.DO arila'ICTh h.agMt."
the full force of the confederate' onslaught I[ must. try to be a mother to in of vrcry kind of food and rappUM maaofaetand jon.51. :
i you
The ,faithful Salim, Uk. his master, tad iauiortod into the Called BtaU. Gtoc.rls.Ha..boid u sea. bo ,,a u T. aad ..gACY.uuvAw
broke, away ia wild retreat had come safely through fifty battle*, deed and look after you closely, or you flood, ]brat .. OothtBC. Ladtaa'
% lyi tae saw Ctoftlac and Fnralrtlrn Booda,Dn* A $TEWAR?,DruafIUNatb.
1 l lk hotly pursued by the now triumphant will km yoorselL'lie
and within fire weeks after the
BUT Good, Watt Goods. Dry Good. Bata Caps, Tla.czvetttmtdrade .
oonfederatea. render John rode up'to the Gregory looked at the kind loving face, so Boot* sad Rte. HoOoa*, N6,11aW5 *,
After half hour's hot pursuit and pick- homestead. Two changed since he had first known it, ataO .QG.s, Jewelry. ,.,
pale sad women Ba n<.e, Wa e, 'Afrtnlteral IsteleDenta, ...,
big up a hundred prisoners,>John rode dressed in black were sitting on the ve and yet the same and as he softly I OKET! mmCLAW GOOD (CattJoxB* Mat i
back cp the valley to find Cot Hard stroked the thin band he spoke from a oa nceplof.ants roe expracan. Wearetae

aon's veterans and Gen. Stuart himself full heart: e.t,mara wUehMDeU wannfarfnrert Ctat* prfcea.aUowtof thenuatdactu.r .
the B yer tae came tenant!
awaiting him at the creek'ford. "I was dreaming a little and in the fire to the.wMeatl. ,.,... W.

11 The general met him banteringly: dream my mother came to me, and told I. naraatae an food* a* repreanted: U sot fossil
... aaoMy tefuded. Good ant a expreee or
**Ab, major you sent us an invitation me not to be discouraged and all would rlsaly wui prfniege.t- before Dar

-; nrrxB DOCBTCD YOU JOBS." to a fight, and It turns out a horse race.I come right, and then I awoke.1Irs. ." lac- US r'L A CO., OL 1 I eat butiMw coadacted-]( \for:,t>Motferata Maned.aad r i all 7 Fat.

._ really believe you were afraid that we Gregory had for the time forgotten Qatoeg fttMet Cakaje n= amass U. Oelceremote
are let I red : =
getting oar range ao accurately, would keep you from your colonel's her errand. i th.a tote
from W
na bury" our dead and follow the col commission and hence would not wait "John why are you so good tons? WE WILL PAYA bend 1DOCeL draw-hlc.ulibaa'toL,photo. with de.crtpttoe. -

umns. on us." You are not of our blood you hare salary of*. Ie MO par week to GOOD agents W.advt..; U I>&tntahle 01' &, t
Two soldiers the dead cbara'e. OV fra DOt d..tilt Is riza
brought out l to a la eoutv.aad sell ear giaeraltoe palest
leureautt everr
To tell.ou. the exact truth, general splendid capacity and could carve outfortune J OK.Traoea A raanbi.t. "Ile, to ObtaJ h&at&, with
in b1&nkeand laid the of Mrrdiiadtoeat tw tactnrer prteee.
man wrapped a when 1 wrote that note,I was very much 1l i iJOU'S for yourself. Why do yon tie woo wait IVSABT BXTMTMUT narm.T. > :of taaal cheats in you State,coutJ'.orC.A.SJiOW6CO.
body in the shallow grave, the chaplain afraid that the only chance you would yourself down to two helpless women Catalogue aad paniealars ..t ea receipt tows seat fry. Address
the burial service while the of 23 casts tor .
reap plungIc
hare to do anything for me would be to who hare no claims on you." JL XARPE A COIM .
shots ('f the enemy's cannon were bury me." John made an effort Jte&diedhlaTOlce QttlBcy Street,CalctfO,QL OPOMBS Palest f
them and bust ,
thr all
) dirt ,
wmg "Well it was a narrow squeak," more and replied In a voice that Mrs Gregoryhad -- -

'j o r p, the little detachment rode gravely replied the debonair young generaL DeTer heard from him;

'..e rv'!ring army. "Qowerer a miss U as good aa a "Mrs. Gregory I am surprised' at you, VIGOR OF MEN t-l"' rDrl!

mile. Let us ride on. Dardison; this DaTe you forgotten the poor homeless Easily. QuteUr. Permanently Itotore ::" M
('R.' TKR JUC1I1. /"" "aIL_.., ..._. _... aH ..
Ucfcllity. sad ..... .
WAX 83AOATS Dzzrzz.'U. young gentleman Is able to take care of waif to whom :you gave food and the trala of erne tam early emweor tattr ezeeeme. ,i. te .... eM DOt....
bim.eL" shelter and affection? I hare not, and Ute malts Gf CTCTwora.Hekawa. WOITJ'..... rmlletreafth. Jt bs11da and wtUa-"r
+..;: and his brigade were I rap =
rigors tferelopnent. lose rrm $0 every -c
e &be :
6" m ,Jie Virginian and I hare not forgotten that the last wordI organ and ports of be aodr. Biapte. netaralBMtboda. =:::'b.at" _>
army = ever had with the general was a I teiMdiate latgvojeeMvt eeea. FallmrelanKMaiM .". ;
.-eat and John leadhur a Uf,of in- .. JAil referen l. Bookv exptaaaUOMaad *sae.
Tu' promise to. care for you if God spared pm'f.saitof fiMledrrree. Addrea N1 OIItNYtALkw
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\ ,\ TO THB FBCIT .. .,. THE. LABOR QUESTION. Couaty and City JHrtetery. ,. LDlOM' 14LIXIIt. .
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Ft16 ,"kK J BOOKS l*e Lit"
#' Editor Pslatka Tim**. SCHOOL 1"'rondtJj".1 Effect c.

Stentdch, Ifotcel, Kikneyi ,
int to the fruit : 7he la\,or question in this country COUNTY OFFICERS: and Hlood.

J that all iufurnui- threatens now to beccwe an important Judge Criminal Comrt of Record*Irving Dr. 1fozev's! LtWhU Elixir Is a pleas
a. GtlUa,Eeq.
the price of factor in determining the. characternot County Solicitor H. .-,-, And ant lemon dnnk that positively cures
;D, upon eph Spafford. School SuppliesAT all Billlousness Constipation, Indigestion -
should be comas OerkW.N. Bla kw U.,
Jtl rop of our American civilization only .Jsq.Coaat't' Court-Joseph X. 8&1dwta.z.cI. all Sick and Nervous Head

earlf as possible. but of.those higher and more intricaterelations Gout ConmlMioBers C Butler cs ir- aches Kidner Disease, Dirtiness, Lots

man already in the by which the peace of communities HUB; T. N. Gautiec,L U. Morgan H. 8. )tie-, of Appetite, Ferers, Chills, Palpitation
1 for the coming crop. ton,W. K. Bow**. 11IeSuaI'd meets the artToaday of heart.'and an other diseases caused
of is sustained and their pros Is Back,,_"'-. by disordered liver, ctomach and kidneys .

II e discouragements perity fostered. The labor questionas Clerk Circuit Court-Frank Wright.; the first great cause of all fatal

bey feel more willing an independent! element, capable of 8heriir-ame H. Shelley. Cochrane's Book Store :' diseases. 50 cents and $1 per bottle.

,irati ely low prices: giving shape or character to State or County Collector-Frank H. Bles ckard.' Sold by drusrsists. Prepared only by

v, aruial by experience National policies, was unknown to the County County Assessor TrcasureroB.-W.X.L LUiesUfaal.Williams. New Location! New Goods I Lowest Prices I H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.

1orid or..nSt..I. quite Southern States thirty years ago. In Bupervisor of RtgUtration H. Merryday. Limon Hot Or P*-

by the abundance or short, labor had no visible organized BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Our 5c. Tablet Can't be Beat. lot For coughs and colds, take Lemon

fruit existence in those St tea. Labor in r. 16 Ackrrman, Chairman. John H. Harp Drops.For .throat and Bronchitis take

apple crop as well asa the Southern States was a protected John'P. W an. Ale.StrannSeererary.Sapcrtntendemt ,' I SPECIAL PRICES TO TEACHERS. V-e Lave a New Stock of BOOKS, lot Drops.For sore. ,

short crop throughout capital, secured to its possessor both in A.Straus Board ef Public Instruction I STATIONERY, and will be glad to h&he people of Putnam County pneumonia and Laryngitis take

.v consequently at high ownership and use by statutory Mayor-aartinOriflndr. our large .Northern House we have a $great advantage in Buying, For Consumption and Catarrh, tab

I constitutional! law. The owner of Aldermen Wm. R. DeWitt, President; 8. J. and will give our wholesale and retail customers the "benefit. Lemon Hot Drops. EC*

a/ obtained also fair prices one hundred able-bodied slaves was Kennedy, Wm. Ivan O. W. Bassett, A. Vale, ORDERS nr MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENIDTO. Respectfully, For Hemorrhage and all tkroatand

oug out the seasonwith the possessor of $100,000 capital-.secured J' A. t ran, Joseph R. Dunn Samuel Lyon lung diseases take Lemon Hot Drops.An .
t Robert J Rite,A. T.tapen, L L. l'ureell.J. K.
iethiug over two million elegant and reliable preparation.2S
and the absolute
housaud boxes. protected L*Rocb.. George' Foster. SORANOM"WETMORE &
use of the same, and with fall powerto City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price. by Dr. U. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
her fruit of the Collector
crops The -M.W. Stewart.
enforce its
operation. planter Treasurer-R.J. Adams. Lemon Street, next door to Acsernian & Stewart's Drug Store, Palatka Fla.
were more than a fall, ,
jear had no cause to fear a revolt or a Chief Police-John W.Ragaa. C. A. Snow & Co.'. pamphlet, "In-
felt the effect and the
nit strike capital and labor were united Chief Fire .
; Department Ge* K.Oay.
formation and Advice about Patents,
J' he w'olh obtained very and the union sustained by the strong BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. .. .,,0/ 1nl! vr1? e

orida at the same time, arm of the law. MASONIC t.t Trademarks.Coprrights,'*etc.,

crop from two million But the separation has come. Capital Palatka Lodge, No. 94, F. & A. M:-Ueet* I may be obtained free at this offlcM
Second and Fourth Monday In the month
Night I
thousand boxes to over
and labor are now respectively at!:*o'clock. I

eight hundred' thousand clothed with the legal.right of separate y.J. TILGHMAN.W.M.M. .
[ .I.COXE:, Secretary. PH L BALDWIN
aurally the two causes existence. Labor, the weaker element, i .

.jmperabondant crop of must! now leek .at the hand of capital! 1 Putnam Chapter,NoTtTR.: A. M.Meet* Second *

ills and a, vastly increased natural and Fourth Monday Night'
employment in order that the
reduced the price of demands of life may be met. It would .' M. LOEB, Secretary.LoTowF..

materially.' seem from existing condition that between PALATKA, FLORIDA.

eof the year a pretty accu- these two great forces that a Pioneer Lodge, No.23, J.0.O.F.-Meets every a. I Iit I myS-tf

..* of the condition of the reciprocal relation would be the nat- Night. JOSEPH PRICE N.G.
R. C. BRKVARO. Secretary.
n nut crops can be formed so ural result, but that such is not so, PALATKA :MARKETS.
St. John Encampment I. O. O. F. Meets
pies,'pears and peaches are is a lamentable fact. Instead of these -

d, which form the staple fruit two forces being harmoniously united every Second and Fourth Friday Night j G.rle.'h.1..u..

the NcHth.fnergetic by the demand of mutual interests, W. H.SPECK Scribe.KXIGHTS"OF JOSEPH. PRICE,C. P. af Corrected w.k1lr.:1.treet.l Bros,Corner KIrby

2few. York agents, the country is confronted with the HONOR.. >asO Standard Granulated Sugar................... 4%
A Day have made It Soft"A"Sugar at. .4.
Sgobel fact there is coming to the surface a Harmony Lodge No 2767-Ole First and Extra"C" Sugar at...:'.:.:''''::::::::::::::::: ;
i asiness to obtain as accurate in- feeling! of discontent that must be / Floor,First Patent-Western Spring .
Third Wednesday of the month. ., a Wheat .." ... .... ........ ...... ...1iht to..00
//on/ as possible of the prospective assauged by pacific means, or else the WALTER THOMAS,Dictator.J. FUnr.Second Patent do do t./IJ to alb
of the fruit at Dry-Salted Meats-Western Bellies, .
condition crop splendid structure of this American B. DON -u..LY.Reporter. In boo pound boxes.... .... ........... s54 to G!.
and abroad. They estimatethe in the wake ,folder Western Bellies_
j Republic, following ( 250: pound box**.... ... ... .... ..... 1'te
reports they hue received civilizations must disintegrateand K.rOF P. I have determined lo unnotnce to frfenls and !Smoked Meat-Fancy brand New
Ihe Bt.Johns Lodge,No.t, K.of P.-Meet*ever} my customers an OPPORTUNITY York City Ham... ..... 12% IOU
apple crop for the United 1:00 pieces. do Western Hams.... .... 11 1?
Thursday Night.; D. STEWART,c.c. II> purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected from to ,;
my largeand ........ ....
do Khoulder SMda. It
will not exceed one-third of a full I am not an alarmist but with the H. DxMONTMOLLIN: K. R. S. varied stock, and cut to measurement at prices never before attempted bt Ptc&leHam......'.". .... S to 10

[ Missouri and Michigan, large aid of a limited intelligence, I have Uniform Rank K. of P, No.4-Meet* for drill any fir*I-c1asA Merchant Tailor: in the South. Having determined to greatly Cheese Batter Fancy Fancy Eastern Full CreamcN.Y.Creamery State.....) 21 12 to to O .

Slates will have Second and Fourth at ...............
glowing TeryII made careful investigation the social every Wednesday Night, Syrup-Florida,per gal 39 to 1 i
i business thie fall I have concluded
>lcreese my to make SWEEPING .
Armory. R. J. RILES Cantata. a New Orleans Molasses. ...._.. 3Sto40Rice
crops. The Eastern states crop and economic questions that Dave OF TWENTY 1 and will be held L. A.SMITH Recorder. on Goods In my line. Such an Rice gins: C'holcs:..............., 5 to 4f
be short mostly forced their way into the foregroundof opportunity: may never occuc again. COME AND: BE CONVINCED. '" Fancy....... ... ............... 'c 4 to ...
II Pears and plums will be coming possibilities and I have no I Cracker.-Vanderveer fc; Holme
Branch No. 702, Order Iron Han-Meet Firstand Standard XL...8oda. fi
> everywhere east of the Rocky hesitancy in saying that something Lemon Crackers ......... T
Third Friday Nights. H. -vv. HT..IOBER t
lalns. Peach crop is short in must be done, and done quickly, to HENRY)(ERWL .Chief L : Condensed Milk-Eagle Snap..:::.::::.::: 7.50 to ....

and Delaware and the GeorAa Oming M. W. STEWART.Acct. Champion 4.15 to .. r'...
laryland avert tbe gathering storm that is
do doBell Brand:.:.::::: 4.66to.: .:. "

crop will be smaller than anticipa upon this country. 0.17 R. LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY Conner Lemon and Third Streets Hiehlaau Brand..small......... 2Sto ....
Monroe Bnnd-smalllots.... ... .... Loot ....
ted. Very few fruit will be canned The ebbing of the tide of discontentfelt G.A. & Veteran Post, No. 12-Meets every! J do do Anglo8wl *, oa. 3 JO to ....
PALATKA FLA. New York Milk Co* LI o*. at....... L75 to ....
*,hls year. Grapes are not forward *n- in this the South Peninsular First Tuesday of each month at I o'clock p.m. Canned Goode-Ca11I. Apricot.21b. 2.20 to ....

to estimate but it is thoughtthe P.T. L. QUEEN Commander. do heed .......... 2.20to....
of is but
i ugh upon, region our Republic, a rippleof do Erg llums2lb..2.2Oto....
crop will be moderate. the wave of public feelingnow LEWIS.A..d&'t.H Peaches lb.Table Yellow... :::::: I.Tito.:...
mighty Passenger Schedule. do -3 Ih. Tab{$ Yellow... ....... I.- to ....
We hayi v4reporU from. Spain and dashing against firms and policies doa Ib. 1'1............ .... ..... U5tolJ5
( Canned Fish-Alaska Salmon... .... I."w ....
Italy. t crop; the Valcn'ia that have felt in the
I age long secure confidence do Fresh Columbia RiverSalmon.
"" (tn is decide ................ LSOtol.MMackerel.
rro reported of the public. From rock. H HOTEL GOOUINA THE GEORGIA[ S.oUTHERN a afd ftOAJDA' RAILROAD .. LOOM ....

short i ; xrand Maine to golden California American8ardlnes.1'. ;*,
edly in oil....... .... ....... 4.60 b>tUttle .
our agents think shipments to this from communities darkened by the : Neck Clam.... U56 to ....
.; SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIDA. Lobster... ....... ... !.II CO ....
country will be limited. In Sicily a shadow of Canadian mountains, to the SEISER & VIXINQ, Managers Canned Vegetable*-No.STomatoe fIG to I.lt

large crop of oranges and lemons is reported coral reefs of Florida, there is felt the Taking effect JULY 3, 1892. Standard TU&e. X>ih Meridian do do :No.to.2 2 Ultra Snail aDd Cora.Tvma&.....et.... 1.40to M to.1/40... _:.

; but there has been a tendencyof presence of an unrest among tbe OfiMOND-BY-TH, .FLOfilDA. do No 2 )Marrow......, .. UOto I JO .
do No.2 Early JUD.J>M8.... 1M to ...
late Tears to decrease shipments and common people. The politician, suc FINE FISHING. SOUTH BOUND. do NeJ Boston Baked Bean \M to ....
do No.Boston Brown Bread lease ....
to hold bacK their fruit until the Florida cessful many encounters the states- SPLENDID BATHING. Na: I-WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. -EXPRESS: MAIL. Coffee Green Rio... ......... ........ .14 to .20

crop is mainly disposed of. man, who fancies that he has rocked Leave At1&nta....................& ...... 'l.20t.m Leave Atlanta. .... ..................... 6.40pm: do Roasted Rk-.. ......... .......... M\a .X -j
BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. Leave Macon.................._...:!..... 1100 amLeave Lean Haeon.............................10. 3 Table Irish Potatoes-per barreL. 1.26 to 1MA .'
the ... .... ,......
The of Florida for present sleep ibis child of discontent .......... ..... ... pm les4per barrel. X.19WSJO
crop ... ...
to goes Cordele. Z.1J pm Leave Cordele..............._.._...... loam .... .... ......
........................... aei Cabbage do
Leave Tifton pm Leave Tirton-..................... ..... Y beam
year is generally conceded to be much out. among the people to find that the r Accommodations ample. Rates Ainve Valdosta.......................... 6.30pm Arrive Valdosta........ ................ 42fam Rod Onions do .... '............. 2.15 to 3.25
smaller than that last and we child has from the cradle of reasonable. Arrive Jasper............................. 5.48 pm I Arrive Jasper....... ...M.. ................1J5O am Yellow Onion,per barrel. 2.60 to 3.2iTou
o. year sprung Arrive White Spring........... ........ T.211 pm Arrive White Springs........... ........ 1.2.aID '
think will probably not exceed two neglect and is before the people with Reached via Palatka or St.Augustine Florida' and the Anive Lake City........................... -M pm I I Arrive Lake City....._.......... .......... 168 lUll o. Clc.uttrUo
East Coat Lines. From South ,via New Arrive .................. I I
Hampton tJTpm Arrive Hampton .-. 23ant1000am Duke CI ttew.I.....................1165
million[five hundred thousand boxes, the attributes of full fledged! manhood. Sntfrna and Halifax: River Steamers. tyia Arrive Palatka.::.::.Jo:J3pm I Arrive PalatkaNO...:::.::::::::.?. .::.::::::: Sensation Cut Plug,2 M

or about the same as that of year be- There is no use in attempting to Seal of North Carolina,! M
No. I leave Macon after arrival of rncomlng morning Train Southwestern GravelyIao Miller.Champ Lacy Hinton ;
on Central
conceal the fact that there and all leading grade at con ,
laii. is
fore growingout THE OSOEOLA Georgia. East Tennessee Virginia ami Georgia, Macon and Northern and Macon and Eatonum <<*. ..
The condition of things as we view of our social and economic condi- Railroad*. Richmond Cheroot*-per box....... 3.7S y
>'o.3 leaves Macon after arrival of
Incoming train the Central Southwestern
on ....
Che root* box 3:5So
Old Virginia -per
: them is therefore very simnlar to that tion an issue that overshadows In its Macon and Northern and Georgia Railroads connects at Tifton with Brunswick: and Ves- .P-Col a..'*Octagon..single box _
Is A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, SITUATED tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville, via Brnntwiek and Western and t of year before last, both af l\ importance all other questions Inside Westesn; at Palatka for Bt. Anjnwtlne and aU point in East and South Florida and with St. Colgate* Oetagon...five box kit*. ...- 3.9O 4.0ft '.
in the heart of the Joan and
Immediately River.tean.ers.
o' the realm of city. do ten box lot .. ....
-I ern fruit crop and our 'Ilh politics. To avoid the io 34
Special rate In regular boarders and salis- Cupid American Family and other brand at
the information here givrflp t f be disastrous consequences likely to result NORTH BOUND.No. market prices.lfatchesSwift.

in a position to arrive ktTsaie concluto by bringing within reach of the laboring faction In every particular guaranteed. J, WEST INDIA FAST NAIL i NO. 4, EXPRESS MAIL teA and Cat ann&: Moose Courtney at Bin manufacturers'Hen Fe I'.

sales men of this conditionsthat myl- R. L. WALL Proprietor. Leave Palatka................_......... 4.43am I Ave Palatka................._.......446 1'11I
the figures to base up- country Leave Hampton ..........._-.......... *4Maml Leave Hampton......................... 6JOpm York State Hand-Picked !"PaBe.
le of in favoring will act only vindicate the honorof Lave Late City......................... 7.40amLeave Lake City..e. I.iO ..*. IJStol.W
course we are L. D. EATON, M. D. Leave WhIte Springs........... ........ 8.06 am I Leave White Springs....................?. SJttpm pm Pearline per az
made at the their calling but give to the Leave Jar .. .
S.40am | .
grove yet Leave rOiL:..::::::::.:'.:':::::::::. 9M am { Leave Leave ValdosU Jasper :::::::::::::...':.:::::.::10.10pm 8.00pm: f
rowers to get all the fruit is creator of wealth a proper share in Leave Tifton ....... ................ .... 11 Jt am j Leave Ti'!ton,....... ........ .,..........JXlOam Hay Grain Floor :7.rtlIU r*. Etc. ,

t as buyers are already bark the distribution of its benefits is the HOMEOPATHISTS Arrive Leave '=.u..:'..:.....:'.:'.:'.:':..:::'.::::.. lJ 4JO' pm pm I j I Arrive Leave Cordele Maeoo.:::'.:::.:::::::::::::::::::: 4 1.46am JO am Corrected Weekly by Vertree & Co.. old J..T. 4

fruit in advance we have desideratum in the formulation of laws: Arrive AUanta.............. ... ........ T 85 pm I Arrive Atlanta.......... ................. t..,am &; K. W.Depot. .

bur! duty to furnish all the in- and policies for the future manage BLOCK PALATKA, FLA. tr9ubJect to market change
I ment of this country. And the statesman No.J leave Palatka after arrival fast West India mail from Tamra'and Corn, Mixed per sack 110 Ib*. ....f 1.40 to'1.6
/ connects Macon
which will be of advantage Oat.White, sack 125lb.: ..... .. .
I who succeeds in the discovery OFTJCK Hoc* -S to 18 a. m. I to a p. m. and with Macon all outgoing and Northern p. m. trains Railroad.C. R.: R. 8. W.IL R. X. &; N, R. R..Ga.R.R,E.T. V.and Georgia (.roundl'eed,per per sack 100 Ib*. ... 1.45 JJISIO to LBO Ian ,.

I In reference to sales and of a remedy that will measure up and 7 tot p. m. 'Sunday--1 to a p. m. No.4 leave* Palatka after arrival of train from St.Augustine and points!in East and Sooth Feed Meal, per Sack loQlb..... ... 1.10 to 11* ;
ten from the want of to the and Patient from a dJetanee'eaa be treated Florida,and connect at Tifton with Brunswick and Western Pure Wheat Feed, per sack 100Ib:. Lmtol.U'
: justness grandeur of the from Brunswick: :,Ga. and Jackson .
Rust Proof Oats, bush......... .eo to 16 .4
t vale, Fla. Close connection per
demand through the mail Office consultation free. at Mate for Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati. Evaasville.St. Louis .. .. .. .
these facts with which is deserving the No.
no gratitude ol f and Hay, 1 Timothy. per ton 1&qlto2s.iJt
Short ,
Chicago Line to World's Fair,via 0.5..t F, C. R. iL of ... ............
the nation and the ap8-6m Nashville, and Wheat Bran per ton ISM to 1'J'-
and highest office within Chattanooe St.Louis and Loubvllle and Nashville and Macon with all out
I cry buyer buyer's agent train on Central Railroad.AH gorng Grits and Meal per bbl.... ..'". .... 3.40M340
the of iu
of gift people.P. Best Patent )'your.per bbL.... .... 5.00 to 5JO
htmse1t-hencl In view T. L. QUKKK.A FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM Train arrive and depart from Union Depots, Macon and Palatka. Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per ton.. S4Mto2&0S: : ,
: lation we have'obtained and Klepant Can will be S'o. Cotton Seed Meal Dark,per&011.... WMtoOM
ieepins; ran on Train 3&IIdto.
COwY"LA.. For further information 4. No. 1 Linseed Meal ..............
f sent> outlook fo; the coming New Vestibule Train. apply to Agent at junction point,or tot i Pon Cement,per bbl........ ........ ISStotUORonendale .

think that the fruit growers An elegant vestibule train: to be Allen T.BranOey. J 1T Divorce. JAMES MKNZIES General Agent,77 West WE.Bay.street ROBBINS,Jacksonville.TleketAgentPalatka.: Plaster Paris Cement per,bli per.bbL..::::::::: 2 2.00 8St:1 3.e: 0 5-.

obtain one dollar and fifty called the "Chattanooga and ITT A. C.KNAPPTraffle XaD&Pr,1Ia.ccm. Ga. Lime per bW_ .. . .. ......._ 1.10tclJPlaeterer >
Washington Georgia Brantley. *' Hair, per lb............. 4>,4to .AJ6
I box on the tree for good mar. Limited, will on and after July APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT OF THE Bert Liverpool Malt,per sack JWtol.W .. J.
fruit if they disposed of theirn. I Complainant in above styled cause that the Florida Orange Box Side,per.kz: 4 ta S
17, leave Chattanooga daily at 12:05: Defendant Georgia BrucJ.,. I* rMident of Tllpbman'r Orange Box: Head JV to 'I
i this manner.. noon, and arrive at Washington the State of Georgia, at or near the town of Bee&B1rcbHoope. per bdl......... .40 to W j
>pectfnlly, next Brownwood,and she i*over the age of twentyMlt fIST .HIM'TCiri, 'ftSCHCMfLES &
at 9:30
morning connecting with the "
Candle .
Nut Eta
"Royal Blue Line", for Baltimore c therefore ordered that said Georgia .
n. D, tRY)3iLEAF1 and 63&; Bnntley do eland answer or demur to th Mlle !Corrected Weekly by R &; K.J. Smith Whole- ,
Philadelphia KewTork
n. )L Him,. The et eoraplaint! hrrein on or before the FIRST R'AIL WAY S ale Candy Xaasfae&qnn.o.1 LeIDOllIt.] .
m. train from Jacksonville over the MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, A. D.18: ther. .E5i @ C
M. S. MOREMKX, 8.p. t'. & W wise a decree pro oonfeeso will te entered Q. Stick CananSS-lB,boxes: .....................ISa
Ex. Committee. Ra11waJ'C&TJlnit a sleeper OF i : Br'Q&dwalIlxture., 25-Ib boxe: ..............lie -f
to Cincinnati via the E. TV V. .& G. tlsfurther ordered that this notice be imbUshed DAILY TRAINS IN .. : American Mixture,39-IU buckets..1e0

and O. C Routes, and connects with moo a week for four consecutive week in EFFT@TJllflf .. 1892.CIM. --. French Mixture ft-lb.boxe*...................ISo
the Palatka Time, a newspaper published Chocolate cleans A-Ib. boxes. .. ..JOi
the vestibule and reduce. tbe tuBe to in said Weekly County Lad Circuit. Marshmallows,I-lb.bores.. .:::::::::..;.::.
Soils Pimples the east twelve hours' via*the scenic Done this July JTUUA.D. i s.FRANK <* .AND FLJL. 'on.v.aaa." .ua.aaooa.r vau,saute." A. B.Gum Drop*, 5-lb.

'ShenandoahTalley Route.' WRIGHT C1nrl4 Le ackao. a UOTtD'U JackKHinUc. .. ru.. .Jacks.tar' .. ., f w 4 QtStta Fur.Gem hops,. .bca&.1
arbuncies tL.Lt.. I Ky D. TCIRBT.Sotieltors.112I4w D.C..rtua' 1. ltekau.. itt.AfAtles Slop Penny Goods,100 pieces in box........:?+

: OlUDlComptalAaDt' Lv Wycros.. S 9 Lv Lv AtlMU .. A.30p .. . 10 Up Imp CHXWIXO BPM. t
Tie First Stee.: M30 ., .. .. TOO
icrofutous sores .. ... ... < Aaami'SappotaTora.perbez..99
116. Ac .
L sates. acs. 4 Up L .. a 20. -
r.woga I40p1006m tUp Tattl rrutt. .._.......
Perhaps .. per *>x.- Joe
you are down
run can't eatcan't a.)race. .S1.s. U
? $33Oe b.md.by Mae..4 top Ar Ka.a7ia.. .. 10 1 U10SS ISte14i *
lO aJeUc.a Red
[eczema, and all other deep, can't think can't do Q!200 aean agents; riUaer.a say At atLnta.r... c... SSS., AfJltUmt. .... ..slop L.1i.oa.i11. .... S1Uto. ; Fruit ROM.pew per box........too CMaHfomia
anything Lv AtUsta.: .. loop Lv Atlanta.Ar .
10 ... .
wor .. atm Up Ar Marisa. f 11 Ha 106.
| sure exclusive teirltory. y.rite Panama[ Fruit, box.
Mood diseases to your satisfaction, and *. L.;p.WWTJ:.Piedmont W."a., U Ckasw.g..r.. fOOp disttansn*,. ..., i 45n Ar Bnscol..... .. SUp 400I Biggest Yet, per box .6Bo
you oclS-tf la fatt.aooga, ., J U Ckattaaoeca.. .. ., f 00. Ra.wka.... .... /1 H 8Dr per S9xrn.
| takeyerVSarsaparilla wonder what alls you. You _should A. BaOi .t ., .. 3 Ar B.gi. > Ar Siea.kaJ ... 310. e ) : .

heed the warning .610. L. Slop fixed Yet., ,... .
you are taking the NOTICE. L.Ci.e.W1 C.d.ud. SOD per pound LSs .
[ ATTACHMENT Ar tkicats. .._ ) T J0? ArBahi.e e41. U36. Pe.nnc.. Fancy,per :::::.:::::::::: : : se
i first step into Nervous Prostration .... 1 tl lOOOp Ahn0ndsper ..... _........ .. ... 17.
You need a Servo Tonic STATS OF IXOKIDA: Before Joseph K.I L.tvdle.- Stop At Nari.b.r3....... ... e 10. is 10. Carliab Wabiuts.pr pound'....... 1M
It will j and in Electric Baldwin, Esq. Ar -- T25 Ar Pkibdelpluaw .... I12S. 436. rilberta,per pound........,. ... ....... .. ,19e
Bitters you will find the exact Cocsrr or PTTXAK, J County Judge. atta.mia.. li iOftpl Ck.ua.ool... s11D.. Ar 7 is. "ecanper ........ .. ,- .150
relieve and cure for To attar H. Barbs AT Memrks. ...1/IDy AtMe.pkit. .,. York.J': :[ Brazil o peperponad ........ rte
remedy restoring your nervous syatern &*Tb a st biecpcrs Sleeper. Atlaata to As
You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Jatkso.vtllefsOacasati CkattKoga and -
dyspepsia nervous I to its normal, healthy condition. has ba foued afainst yon and 1011I' sod elcrm.t day coachcsi to Ctacl..atL Diy c.aehes trmias carry Pmllaaa buct ly.sh 1Ita.
property attached to satisfy the demand of C Jacksonville to Ckatta ack.ovin. ..a.a sleepers Ckatraooorm to New York via I Corrected weekly by Duane .
debility, and that Surprising results follow the use of this H. GOchrlst amounting to O-12. Now anew rterawith.ntcke.r.. MCtttaa..sawtan.tdaare.bfeta Jet. Harribr> Tk ecao a.... traia fmm ke t.near Court House Brot 1 Central Star
I great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. yod shall ClSttesoogatlsetarriesa.spectos.1
before the
tired feeling. Your Baldwta..County appear Jodre in and Maid C:oaatF.. JLREI5 EXCCRSMOY TICKETS IWashugtosi rU Sae.a osk J.acnos Beef-Northern(Best Caier.. tb. .20 to ,
appetite returns, good digestion i at his office at Palatka,Fla.on the inK DAY OB sal from May Ijto Sept.JX Limited to Oct. ti, l&as, 'and the B.* 0.14 R.,eaaeeuag with Round....... .. .. if (o
las Cured is restored, and. the Liver and Kidneys, OF SEPTEMBER II1S'l. at 11 a'ek ck.In the forenoon TO JILL SCMJtEB RESORTS. the "R. si Sloe Lisa." Florida,Beet *.. .. is w.Iaaaae.
Others action. Judgment Fall laformstw relative M rates,hotel*, etc ebeerf ny Lit.d yaks a .ll Lissy.. ?,s..lfamished. Mtttoa'eal
resume healthy Try a bottle. will be rt'DdcrecI..apm.s you r n E
kuarcfi.0mryaatweadIsdrtay .
and Every n.aS..a.lTa..U..wlliuiac ..... .
your the Mbt.
will cure you. Price COc. at Lowry &* nWH"I Drug .l__)1"1-- loll to pay Co H. GILCJmIT. For bwtb rttrmuo rites folic,sae.,apply to ticket sgcats tarmgk Florids.c to >ork........:.. .. : ?
Store. Grui & uuus. FUlntlir Attorney. FRANK M.JOLLY Disc Put Art-Vta West Bay Street, Astor Block, )sckaoavOle. Flm. ..-................ ... 1
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PALATK I The Pensacok News 'ttakeijjthe M-'1 b"J. LK' rp-jRona xhk r'.Wa1I"to fl'fJl : : LITTLE BROTHERS'Fertilizer

aJtetten'to-Stephen I '
lowing complimentary Democratic candidates for the House
PALATXA.FLA.,SEPT. 2, 1892- from ,
B. Mallory C8wsiaan <
of Representatives, Hon. B. P. Calhoun .

the First Putrid Hon. R. W. Davis,.Won. W. H.

All advertising Mil become Clue pro rata 'Perhaps no l+ *Hc aaa In our Slate Wifg and<< other speakers will address and Phosphate :
.rerr month, Bpfdal' and abort time payable Compa
has had paid him a compliment
ever the people at dates named:
Aln1tLsri*/si.5uldb made brexpree*. than
m ota OTterorrtw1tered letter. so pronounced-more significant Federal Point. Tuesday,Sept. 13.

'MeKKXZIE A BCKTZ, FvtlUher*, that which o& Wednesday last was accorded San Mateo, Wednetday, fcrpt. 14.

BOX N P 4LATIA.rU'al A.ao"Dtri41 Stephen R. Mallory at the Satsuma Bights, Thursday, Sept. 15. T.A.CKSONVIL=.E. :F"x.g.

bands of the Mariana Convention. Monroe's )' J mi.Saturday, Sept.- ;17.McMtekin .
Monday, Sept. 19.
Orga" of 1M County, and "In his: case may truthfully be repeated Interlathen, Tuesday, bt .t. 20. Grandest !

the familiar prophecy, that a t-alatka (at night), 1 u fday, Sept 20 I Opportunity of the Nineteenth Centu

4f UU J'armen'AUtanu.XATIOXAL nomination is equivalent to an elec Bostwick, Thursday, September 22.

tion. No more opposition to his election Bannerville, Friday, Sept. 23.
Putnam Hal) Monday, Sept. 26. -VIZ :-
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.: in November next Is likely to sues ,
Baldwin's. Tuesday, Sept. 27.
For President: than was developed in the course of Cmcent CIt), Weanedav, Sept. 28. The knowledge that you can obtain ItHOME"
a Summer
convention can victim Thursday 29. Fertilizer
the ; nor any Georgetown, aept.
GROVER. upon whom the Third party can at the Norwalk (at night), Ibursday, Sept. with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Comp

Vice-president' : pretent moment conveniently lay its 29.Welaka, Friday Sept. 30. whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.
ADLAI E. STEVE. SO; hand be found in the First District to
Penie! Saturday October 1.
For Residential Elector: sacrifice himself in a contest whose E. S. CRILL, Chaitman. Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Mate

T. )I. SHACICELFORD, opening notes are the happiest augury F. C. BLANCHARD, Secretary. on hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees; tl

B. B. BLACKWELL. of its close. : have been tested throughout the State.

A. E. MAXWELL, 'It is an upen secret that, while Mr. FEDERAL POINT NOTES. :

'v. y. TUOXPSOX. Mallory made no bid for the honor accorded Correnxwdeace Palatt TIME SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA. -

him, he will leave unturned no FEDERAL POINT,August 31.. .

STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. stone that may contribute, not only to E. S. Hubbard and family will soon Little Bros' Fertilizer and

his success, but to that of the party be back with us once more,after spending Phosphate Company,

<. For Governor, which has made his cause ito own. The a couple of months in the North. i r

HENRY L. MITCHELL campaign is now opetTin Meat, and I don't think they gained much, as far JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

,For Secretary of State, from now on the Democracy of the as escaping the heat was concerned' WELAKA NOTES.

First District expect' to see the E. IL Hart will leave shortly for -
JOHN L. CRAW FORD may Correspondence Palatka TImes.WELAKA..
Justice Supreme Court," full tide of success augmented by the New York State to Join his family, August 31. JacksonvilloJ Tampa &KoyW ost Syste
who have been
exertions of one whose influence is spending summer On Monday 28th ,
evening, August ,
.FENWICK TAYLOR.For equal to his activity, ,and whose democracy there.. Be will, not be away long, as ifr. and Mrs. Gates gave a musicale at THETropical -

Attorney General, is at all times equal to any and his business Interests here will not admit their residence.; The feature of the "'""" K$ "

W. B. LAMAR.For nil demands that may be made upon It. of .a prolonged stay at this season evening was some exquisite whistling Trunk Line TAMPA

"The Marianna Convention did welLIt of the year. .
Miss Kooker recitations Mrs.
by by '
Comptroller ; Embracing the System of Railways and ., % 4 KEY WEST
Mrs Geo. Wilkinson Jr. who baa
is now the business of the Demo; ,
Gates and others added to the pleasureof
W. D. BLOXHAM. CrACT-of the First District to do better been quite ill for the last two months the Later dancing tending thwardd rckk.osvllle.. .., /I SYSTEM
evening. was
excel in equipment and service,reach all
For Treasurer, and roll np in the coming elections a with nervous prostration, seems to begetting enjoyed. Among the young ladies prominent winter and summer eey h '4 'f. .,atoasaTlems.

C. B. .. S.Yor6uperintendent majority that shall bury the Third better, to the great delight, of present were Miss Burner, Miss> Smith, 4 }
Pleasure Resorts ..
Public Instruction party schemers in an oblivion M 'deep her family 10 general and her hesje Miss Tedings, Miss Kooker and Miss ....... "'...., s c .".... ,e
a* their own duplicity. Success is In lord in particular-the latter being f'
service with
Meeker. We Hope that it will be the of Florida. Throurh-train
W. N. SHEATS. the air and we must have our share tired of burning; hid fingers and going first of a genes of entertainments.We Can Parlor carry Pullman you ,through Buffet, and Sleepier yy '=. st a.:'' d/.1 's

Tor Commissioner of Agriculture of it." around with smut on his nose from too x.l.
are having heavy rains. Orange '

L. B. WOMBWELL, IJpnlneott' Xagaclne for .l.pteaaber close contactwith the cook potsr trees are looking well. Uxo. Orange Groves, 4y" 1 + a w1
Services are being held regularly in _
For Congressman Second District, The September issue of Lippincott's the new church here. It belongs to A CURE FOR TWENTY CENTS Fruit Farms, u.

Magazine is, as usual, full of interesting the Southern Methodist denomination Any remedy sold at one dollar a bottle u.nut
( topics. The following are the con- and the Rev. Mr. Louder of Francis which claims to cure Rheumatism, Vegetable ...... fj
j .tsocauo
tents: is the minister. Is simply an impositions, for when all Plantations [he '
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I The Doomswoman illustrated- Pineapple ,
( I am eoray to see our sawmill stand expenses are deducted it leaves not
Gertrude Atherton.
for Members of the House of Representatives California Journalism-M. II. de ing idle for the want of orders, and more than twenty cents to representbe Phosphafe'Mines, T.rM t..w '''
I medicine. Dr. Drummond's Light "
Young. trust to hear it humming again soon. .t.d y

J. II. HARP, The Sisters (A Poem-N'elly Booth Business generally is almost at a ping Remedy, which is performing Cocoanut Fields, """ : _

Simmons.A stand-still. wonderful that it is ...
Our laboring populationor such cures being O :.v.r.
J. P.
Famous Pebble Beach (illustrated) ( a large proportion thereof) appearto prescribed by the medical faculty -un.torerer"t'
For Cletk of Circuit Court Helen F. Lowe. depend upon the St. Johus River In is at
To the Colorado Desert A Poem everywhere, great St. Johns River
JOSEPH PRICE. ( )- a great measure for subsistence. I r'L
Madge Morris. will be able expense from rare drugs and cannot be
guess they to pull through UryTa
For Sheriff The Hand of Time (illustrated until busier times if the catfish only old for less than Five Dollars a bottle. Indian River, n ae 0

JOHN W..HAGAN. Emma B. Kaufman. hold out. But it always cures. Sent prepaid tony U1iad "
Litany of the Shrines (A Poem)- We are ,getting: just about the right address on receipt of price. Lake Worth,
For County Judge Charles Warren Stoddard. amount of rain now, and the orange 3 ;
Drummond Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden rounna' A JEW movrc TO-
M. I. COXE. California Eras ,
-Hubert IL Bancroft. trees generally are putting on a fine
Booth Hamlet A Poem Flora Lane New York. Agents wanted. '"
For County Treasurer, MacDonald in Shearer. ( )- growth. G. W. JR. BISCAYNE BAY.

B. L. LILIEN1HAL. The Princess of Rattlesnakes (itlus- HUNTINGTON NOTES. Our city has been favored during the Direct line to Tampa, PuntaCordAanclOulfHarbol"a. -

trated-Heine Miller.California week'with the presence of several '
For Tax Collector Cot -
respondenc*Falatka Time*.
Poppies (Roundeau oceangoing vessels. The presence of t
W. M. WILLIAMS.for :Martha T. Tyler. Hu ass GTONt September 1. these; vessels is but an Intimation of YOU ( TIME,

Superintendent Public Instruction, In the Grand Canon (A Poem, illustrated A. B. Maull has purchased of C. W. that commercial activity that await. {! TROUBLE IJA

THOMAS W. RALPH. )-Ina IL Coolhri l. Brown his entire stock of AND c : '
store goods and only to develop )
The Topography of California,,..c. capital enterprise SAVE I
and moved them into the store house TRANSFERS ,.wa Ma
For County Surveyor Morrow. alatka> into a busy mart of trade. One

P. D. WATKINS.For Mrs. Atherton's Novels (A Dialogue) formerly occupied by J. L. Maull. Mr. vessel left Thursday with a cargo 'of f>T purchasing;ticket rla Jackaoevnie and Ibe J..T.A K. W.JtIWm.. Bead for large mp of Florida
William S. Walsh.As Maull has also been appointed tn Iii nail, with other Information of ,"".
express lumber from the TiJJ hman-
Justice of the Peace, District it Seem. cypress :<

"0. 6-M. Haughton.Fpr With the Wit*. (Illustrated. by Leading agent at this place, and"lOOn will be Wilson mill, consigned to parties in G. D. ACKCftLY. GiM-i pass As-?.

Constable Justice District No. 8 Artists.The our postmaster, as Mr. Brown resignedIn 'biladelphia. G....... Orr..... JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
-We n. WiJtg. Jr. favor of Mr. Maull. _
For Justice District No. I-A. B. Iteview .f Reviews for "ptel Mrs. Charles Slade shot and killed Miss Nina Woltz was visiting :Miss

tTbrry. The REVIEW OF REVIEWS for Sep Rosa Davis at Anastana last week. Tn: GHA.N'3COlldiliOllPodOFs&:: : :
For Constable Justice District No. 1 a large booby owl a few days ado that

-L. I. Neweom, Jr. tember is'so edited as to remind its measured four feet and seven inches

For Justice District No. George readers that there are, even in a presi- from tip to tip. A Cheap Excursion

J5.For Pegnes.Justice in Precinct No. 19-R. dential year many other topics besides Rumor says that Henry Hutchinson C SaItSickR ID J

F. Lyon. politics that claim a share in the general has leased the Barlow grove near here. -'J'Q- ;

For Constable in Precinct 1&-J.. E. attention. In its timeliness,fresh Mr. G. T. Thompson has gone toNew
on but expects to ,
/. -. For Justice In Precinct 18-T. B. ness and originality this Septemberissue return shortly. 'WASHINGTON D. C.
Lovelace. of the REVIEW is fully equal to -l ,
C. W. Brown and F. H. Fuller I _
lor Constable-Jamei Johnson. any of its predecessors. It is a remarkably I 5TiLGHMAN'b -
> started on {Saturday for New Smyrnaand f Salt S1
For Justice Precinct No. 22-J. M. <
the 3A
general testimony on
Cannon. other points on the coast. SncoiAL TRAIN TO BE USED WITH
part of the readers of this enterprising F. H. Johnson is on a visit to his
periodical, that every succeeding number daughter Mrs. Barnes, in Geoigia. only Remedy that wll]cure the Cattla bIe
in the South known
ZOLO. among the b ro imn aa.
The orange buyers still contend that is a fresh surprise and a welcomeone. --- Sick." TbelHueaMtoftm noticed by the ant
has for The lautifnl and historic "Shenandaah Valley mal refuting to at.and prefer dead tnbM to
The number A Glorious South.
there 14 an immense crop of oranges September j ptn usumes tooa becomes dell and itopiil.
N. T. Herald. I Route"has been selected by the Grand Army + the coat a rough ,and
appearance Dually
in this State and the sellers its frontispiece a spirited full-length
orange of the Republic of Florida as the official route the animal actually starves to death. A*an ap-
know that this is all gammon ana a portrait of the great French scientist All praise to the South for its past to the Annual Encampment at WaMhlngton D. Ibis .aDd to give 0 animal a tiDe glossy coat
Medicine has DO equal. The
Scheme to make them tell all the fruitat Camille Flammarion, standing by the achievements. All success to its future C., SEPTEMBER, lees, a*the following extract often one thousand doIlan to soy manufacturer muataenuuof
But few its from their General Order >o. 4, dated Condition Powders wbo can
hU enterprises. a years ago produce a* many
side of In the
a low pnce. The scheme won'twork telescope observatoryat Ensue, Fla.,July:30. will testily 1 unsolicited testimonial showing the merits of
territory dotted with fresh battlefields
however.-South Florida Sen- Juviay; and the "Progress of the was "Special Headquarter Train will leave Jacksonville his medicine a*he can furalih.
World"-that is the editorial opening that told memorable stories of FRIDAY EVENING, September Ibth,
tinel. Its al a 20,via S F. tit W. Railway to Jesup; E.T.V. Don't bore that cow's horns, but cure herewith one package of Tiighman's
department of the REVIEW: begins devastation. people were impov .A ('.a. Ry thruugh Chattanooga to Bristol Condition Powders.
N.& W.Ry to Shenandoah Junction, and B.&
its its
with a discussion of Mars and its In- erishedr paralyzed, U. R. R. to Washington, arriving at about 6,30; Price 25c per Package. By mall, 35c.
Floridians have apparently suffered illustrated with future clouded: Devastated by war, Po September 1$.
habitancy, Chiaparelli'smap "The Commander 1 ambitious to make the
less from the current depression thin of the surface, of Mars, and portraits oppressed by reconstruction legislation, peclal.Train carrying the Department Flag asuceeaa. W. C. TILCHMAN
To the end that he be disappointed,
'the people In those Southern Stat.elin of Professor Holden, of the Lick menaced by Northern political domination aU Comrades who anticipate the trip are hereby. Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Palatka, Fla.
which cotton is the principal product"With Observatory and Francs Gallon the South has shown a pluck earnestly solicited to arrange their transportationby
rapdly diversifying sources of at and enterprise and achieved a success Official: J. Dm- V. HAZZARD, STEWART, Wholesale Agents for Florida.
chairman of the royal observatory
T. 8. WILMARTH. Dept Commander.
wealth, says the Starke Telegraph, Kew London. Flammarion is not onlya miration thatcannot of the fail world.to command it the ad- Assistant Adjutant General. !ty H.Guarantee,with Jail Book on Influencing the Sex,you win be able to hart roar Stock.
Honda Is becoming more and more independent May move come the ex detiwL >"o cost nukes yon do. Write for testimonial and price.
great astronomical authority, who steadily on in the highway of industrial lh following schedule I* announced for the
of any particular product of makes bold predictions as to our future and commercial progress. Special. which win be composed of one bag
industry. The failure of one crop is inhabitants i gag car and a sufficient number of day coach Master's Sale.
with the
intercourse The State election will occur oa- the and Pullman sU vestibuled
neutralized Sleepers- to accommodate
generally by the success of of Mars, but,he is also one of the 4th day of October. aQ: TINDER AM BT VIRTUE Or A DECREE UNDERTAKING[

others. We will soon reach the bliss- l leaden in the psychical research move- Leave Jacksonville..?.. ..... sso p.....Sept.K U or roRccbocrxx tan SALE granted AnrnstBth -
I a2.lathe CircuitCovrtof tbe fifth
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Xol point where a bad year for oranges ment and the general study of the The Presidential election occurs on Arrive Arrive Atlanta Chattanooga Stop 1 Stop hour)t L30. Sept.IT Judicial Circuit of toe Btau off Florida,ia and

-or a poor season for tourists, will not phenomena of mind that occupies so Tuesday, the 8th of Not ember. board Roanoke...-.....(.Stop.....-1.hour.....-}..12.1 LlI.P..m...Bept.Sept IS 17Arrive tor pending Putnam ia Chancery rouatyjin wherein a certain the our Land therein Mort-

xecnlt in a business depression. 'prominent a place in the investiga- Arrive Buena Ylta(Stop 1 hr) ..30 a.m.Sept IS eomVlalnantandJobnC.M gag Bank of Flortda United bbiaandNeWa of England; I* -ANDEMBALMING-

Those Northern capitalists who have of The Republicans Washington City rrive Grottoes(Stop 1 Jiour.1G.40.... a.. m.Sept IS B.MeKibbin are defendant*.I ahall *eO to the
The Arrive (Stop 1 hour) .
Liona of our day. department 1.3O. m.eept.i.AMve
aDd bert bidder for in front of
Ioilt caah.
tried cane crowing in Florida have had Articles of the Month" in are doing lots of talking about breaking hour Harper's Ferry_.(.Stop... 315 the Court House door,at Falatka, in said Put ; !
m.Sept 11
each signal success as to guarantee extentkm the "Solid South" this year but whena Arrive Wasbbgtoa........:,:: SJOp p.,m.Sept.ISr. nam CouBty. oa the FIBST MONDAY, being -
REVIEWS of October.A.D.
this number of the REVIEW OF the third day ism within the
and imitation in the Democrat made the rounds offeringto .J(.Jolly and W.H.DoU win the legal hour of aale.the following land to-wit: A TOLL tune of METALIC, CLOTH
industry. devotes ) amount of attention Train through to destination. They.urJ
a urge Beginning at the southwest corner of the north '
Oar best lands for this purpose the and wager any part of 15,000 at odds earefully the wants of every pssscafttr,and wm quarter of Section Six(I),Township Twetre and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON
to psychical: research contains of two to one that Harrison and Reid arrange for special privilege where nope are ((12) South. JWa Twenty-eeren 27) East.Tbence .
swamp lands--are as yet practically untouched of Professor made. Every on* will have seven hour In northerly fatty (40) chain; thenc east HAND.
will be magnificent portraits would not get a single Southern State's Q&attanoogatovtsit Hirtorte Lookout Mountain, twenty-*eva sad.s.-1Ia1t(h %)chain; thence
soon made to yield Charles lUchet, the distinguished and along list of other attraction along the south chain* thence west twentyey '
heavy crops of sugar and rice. We Tench scientist; Professor William electoral votes no taken, could be meta Also a*beautiful scenery a* ia afforfied n and o.e.-hal r(ZI%l chain*t* place of b-j Mail and telegraph orders)promptly

can raise the best tobacco in the world, James. of Harvard;' Professor Henry found. It is the belief of many shrewd oMof Rates She of one Rucky far Mountain* forth* round trip win be acre ginning*, more, containing or to**. ODe hundred and, tea I19) attended to.

ban abundant timber and fertilizers Sedgwict of Cambridge, England: observers that prominent Republicans made from all coupon ticket rincea Jn J1 rida.. D.SMa'
RichardHodgson Prom Jacksonville it will be f2US. This rat aa39-td B. L.
or our and with Alfred R. Wallace Dr. LILIENTHAL.
needs canneries may Mr. are doing so much talking about their wiU be open to the O. A. R, their families, ,
ply the world, with vegetables, and Mr. F. W H. Myers. mends and the pnblte generally.
its and marine delicacies. expecting to carry Southern States It 1*desired to make this the larg t rtrst- tyNight call at R. S MOONEY*
Oa.Excursion that ever left Tlorida ass the My Stock of Groceries xs ,
[Sanitary matters are now BO well *rlaired + J"nt.- and Dl* r tlen Needed. with the hope of causing the Democratic railroads Interested guarantee to make it "the rear of Putnam Fnose. fe26-ly
in the State that should to lessen their efforts trip of e-Urne"to every passenger. .
ademic any KaahTlOe Banner. managers For purpose of determining how manycoaches always up to the highest stand
appear any place it would towards the NorthwesternStates. ana steeping cars wi'l be needed GOpecla.I. th*
b quickly: stamped out before it could In the political campaign which Is carrying ."all those who Intend accompanying
[tread to any other point. opening there will be much need of I II the party are earnestly requested to send in and Prices Right, at } .
I their name and state whether they will nse -t"'It6
[ On account of short crops our farm- and discretion, especially on coaches or steeper, a* we wish to avoid over s.::rrwie: .
li have a hard year before them, butT prudence Col. C. E. Memll,late editor of the :crowding. J. R. DUNWS.This a... 1ft............___ ..........
1- the part of Democrats who desire to Standard has All testers of Inquiry will receive a full and a.ti .. .
bald not be discouraged butt Jacksonville purchased a:::=::.r-, .wt e,+. ,Nw.e.w.l
them for ways to diversify draw support to their party instead of the defunct Journal outfit in Penaacola ]rompt> rf'PI1.F.. s(. JOLLY D. P. A, is the time for subscriber who .. I&-oM.........-........j.. o ....,..
'nets in order to driving it away. The conditions lie O West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.TT. 'ITIR1I tilear H IT INIL 081t"1IMIM..
largely pre- with which to begin the publication ofa H.DOLL.T.P.A..Atlanta.Ga. in to It takes ..
knxrrence of the evU in the such that great harm may be done by C.S.KIOHT. A.G.P.AAtiante. Ga. are arrears 4payop.M r:;:::.. :."::as -. -ar.aa

reckless and denunciatory speech. paper in Key West I B.W.WRENN,O.P. A.KnozviUe,Teaa.s money to run a paper. H.t K r HTCH. nwri num.wutti*


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TO tVADC TOLL TERSELY TELEGRAPHIC eULUNGE JEPMTMEMTe 000,000, which paSt not one cent of

-v., CllRTIS'IJL. IPRISONER A1iA S A taxes and escapes all the burdep of

Caaada win...N.w.... TIT_ 1VkntWunixovux s Traaaahippteg Hewe It.-.. n... n_li Over the Wleeefr This' Drpattulscnc is conducted by the state. Now contrast this pttitiou

All r. ...-4.&l. with another which I hold in my hand,
I & The Canadians. Lrivts MORRIS, County Lecturer, whole tattered" ant unllH with the soot from
( : pt4 L- JfLna, X H., 1.. Lariug aa epidemicof i
with burglaries alone respou.lbl j fur its utterances. the hand of the blacKsmith, the sweat
r of Jlarp "Weekly I a view of evading the 20- Made Prisoners bj I
cent tolls to be imposed in accordance Skippers a Rain and wind did gnat damage at : or day laborer, and the IrcaAY hand of
f No More. Russian Vessel AbUene. Kan. the mechanic What docs this petition
Men likely to settle a
with the Are all never
president's proclamation, on
Oliver Wendell Holmes baa celebrated call tort It humbly thin
I' and after the lit of September oa all hia RW blrtndar. I question right! as when they discuss' house to stand between the laborer and

yth Has Occurred on Manitoba wheat shipped through the They Were Given a Touch of The annual session" of the Social Sc U freely.Maeaulay.DIRECTOHTOV the grasping exactions of the money

Staten Island. St. Mary's canal, are proposing to evade Prison Life. congress haa opened at Saratoga N. tf'n"l power and preveuttbe destruction of
The Memphis district cotton report TIIK ORDKIU
the greenback which is at their
the requirement of the proclamation ehowstbe once
tr''t to be below
crop an aTerage. I
"t by shipping in Canadian bottoms from George Font of Neb. hot his stars OKOAXIIATIO. hope and their defense. The first
of .
; a Remarkable I
Men Were petition comes Into with
in Artoun
Duluth to Port Huron be transshipped Twenty-One Kept a congress
to mistress
*, and then himeelf. both will die Preeldent..A. P. u kln.Aatbnny, IT*,
:w" Many Difficulties Were from that point by the Orand Trunk Close Room for Many Days Charles Vice Puldent.). W.Adam.,TkBxeHne, FU. h of trumpets, adorned with
Morse, of Mason City, la., while ....... ..J.A.M..eYenearnla/la. and .
j line Canada. The matter being Secretary curiously wrought signatures costly
'ercome Before BucceeWaa through Before They Were Allowed hunting, was accidentally shot and cannot Treasurer....,..... .. O.H. \'tOUDt.Orleans, Fla J
Attained. brought to the attention of the trea.nqdepartment Ura. Lecturer............... W. Week*,1alple.11a while the other bears the
Aaaiatant Secretary Spald- to Go Free. A collision between ships in San Fran homely signature of the man of toll.

_*.TORT, Sept. 1.-Hon. George fag has sent the following explicit telegram VICTORIA, B. C, Sept. 1.-The American deco Bay caused the drowning of three rtrrxAM covxrv oaoAxixATinx.T. The first petition represents those who
to the solicitor of the Grand Trunk men. W. Ralph, |>n ldear, Holh ter; Mr. A. live upon the labor of others The
riti i. died at hit home at Living- Railroad company : bark MjmticfroiaPciropuloviski The condition of Governor Eagle, of TownmuJ.Whttc6mU vice i.,.dent* llaDtinruin MeTroee; Lewis th ... last represents that CAM! of our people

lien Island Hon. E.W. MiDDACCH, Detroit-Neither bas reached here, having aboard tbe Arkansas, now at lUehmoad, Ky., U tmprored. Morris,kcturrr cmary-treaAvrer,Itlatka.8VBOBDIXATE. ; who produce all the wealth of the

[ Ji conscious to the end and suf- Manitoba nor domestic wheat can be carried captain and orews of four schooners, LOIKJE5.rALATKA. country and bear all the burdens.
r in Canadian bottom from Duluth to Governor Tlllmaa wa reelected
Port Huron, aa it would be in violation of Rxie, Olsen, Arill and Willie McGown, nor bouth Carolina in the primary gover of Talk about "good$ faith. solemniiromiet"

t! our coasting lawa. But if carried in flying the British flag and the American Ana. 8ULJohn and "honest money." Why,
C. I. President Prlre, Pecretary.
Rovtou Joseph
bI. American bottoms it ia not subject te this schooner d 1L White, of San Fran- K. Owens haa heeD appointed receiver Mr. Speaker, this silly cry deceives DO
It toll. If carried through the canal from for the street oar line of tit. Joseph one. It.1 an uomul;: ted fraud, to
Duluth to 8arnia for consumption in or coca These four were sealing off Copper >lo. thinly disguised as to be known and
export from Canada via Montreal or any islands, between forty and fifty .. J. Well, preclde-ti O. R. Thither, See.
other port it would be. Decoration of the Interior of the White ",tar,. read of all men. There is not. law
miles during the latter of
Signed J O. L SrALDlSO. part July House according to colonial style is being nor a promise in the universe which:
when the Russian war ship Seabrakaand execute*!. rxvrrLAXp.VT.
Acting Secretary. the Fur company's steamer Kodiak Senator Gorman the Democrat )I. Williams, Frultlsad| L. II. Tucker, these men respect
saye Fnutland. In 1870 they "solemnly" passed an
rounded them up and sent the schoonersto party ia bigger than any man La it, and ae
THE SAVAGE CROPS OUT. be sold at Petropauloriski and made will not bolt.Another nor wrTaa. act that. the bondholder must have 258tnalns
I 0."W. Motes, president, MannvlII ('.r. Hatter of 412 of silver
the captain and crew prisoners.The gold or } grains
Is being made to forma
Tw. Near B.,. D..e. !. Glee Ar.sad i attempt ,Maanvtlle.Loxa '
former objected to the seizure, consolidation 01 the tobaooo warehouses secretary for his bond 11 was a highwayman'slaw
a Feralsg ....,. claiming that they were free men on of Louisville Ky. aAxcx. but the people concluded to abide.

MItXPBlS, Sept. I.-Frank Coleman free waters whereupon the marine The First district People's party convention Miller J.T.,Mlatoa.secretary president lunoervllle., Baanervlllai w. J. by It. Now under the hypocritical cry

and James Crawford negro boys, found pricked them with the point of their of ilimiwlppl nominated Jamea a .'.&&IUJr.H. of "honeit money" they demand irold.

t Willis James, one of their playmates, bayonets and informed them that there D. Uurkett for eongre-v W. Hoop, president, McMeeklai' R. X.Beyle only, or a gold dollar's worth of silver
was such a place aa Siberia for these William D. Sherry, of Brooklyn! burned ,secretary, McMeeUXOaWAlK.- for every dollar marked down In their
asleep. They tied his hands and feet, who spoke too loudly of freedom. Both at the fire on \\oc tef street, 1-.w York ; bonds This would amount to
ia dead, the third victim.
wrapped cotton around his limbs, saturated tbe British and American skippers recognized The Peoria, Ills., Transcript ...sold ataMignec (i. J. Par-tenter president, NorwAlk) lee Additional bond of from 12 to 15' percent
v.yi it with kerosene and touched it that it war no time for talking. Benjamin Luckett,Worwalk.r .
/ Still ventured to *' tale to A. D. lineterman, ofSprtagleld ary on the entire debt of the nation.It .
they protest they were
off. James war awakened by the flames outside the three mile limit and were O.,'fur |Ul & tL. is the proposition of a set of men

r' and screamed so lustily for help that met with the astounding information Joe YOM a waiter at Omaha, snot his L. J. Arnold. president, PeaM J. 1*. Boyd i who respect neither law, equity nor

several other colored men were attracted from the officers of the Seabraska that mlstreas, Laura Day aDd then shot.himself secretary,Penlel. contract, and who mock at the struggle

I to the spot. Coleman and Craw. "Russia is sovereign over the water a the result of Jealousy. aCXTIMOTOV.V of the poor and laugh At their
Dr. Frank O. U .
1. Curtishi. I Forty teamsters and 100 shameless, em- Cole,president, Haotlngton.BAXAXA. '
ford were dancing around their victim, thousand miles from her shore pleading mercy.
I a attendance and Mrs and i making Toyed on the city: paving at Springfield, .
singing, 'Ta-ra Boom de-ay. and After being taken aboard the steamier U., have struck for higher I'
!:ere present no effort to save his life. Before Seabrako. the master of each schooner watfea.At O. L. wutcanilv. president, Melrose | L. THIRD ARTY CONVENTIONTHEY
North V.roooInd., the littU! baby Price, Banana.SUBALLIANOE8
ta in Providence Februaryafter the other colored men could smother the was ordered to sign a paper written in of Mrs. Clifford .eton choked to death ........ -
obtaining a common flame James was so badly burned that Russian by an Interpreter in acknowledgement while nursing its mother's breast TAKE NOTICE! .
he will probably die. James Crawford that he had been sealing in
Samuel Grail clerk
and clerk
kion ex-d.Pmy
there ued four
years escaped, but Coleman was arrested. Russian waters.
of the United States Burt at Louisville. The Third of
Quarterly Meeting
I BT in Jamaica Plains, M.... '-1- NOMINATE CANDIDATES FOR
The sad told
BKipiiere protested, were Ky.. for twenty-seven years, dead.
k will be held
tang he never took a col. Putnam County
that those who did not would be
8ht bj a ak.rllL sign Quarantine regulation at New Yorkhave THE LEGISLATURE.
yet hit scholarship was nn- CUTER O. T. Sept. 1Sherifl arrested an tsent to the Siberian miD,.. become to strict that it will be almost at Pftlatka September 20, 1802, la the

/and and thoroagh. His Under compulsion, the captains signed, impossible for cholera to get a foothold. Council Loeb'e
City Chamber over
died in his early John W. Hixon of this shot and
raving boT-- city, and they and the crew then underwenta Dick McCord, aged 18 years stabbed by
father married again, And in killed S. M. Scott, a forger for whom taste of Russian prison life, twenty- Al taker, in a drunken fight at WaymausviUe ..tore.I People's
tred to New York city. for in Ind., U dead. Baker escaped. Basinets of to be trans.acted. The I'arty Convention assembled
UVilliam; there has been a warrant out; for IOmada.1. one men being kept days a room I importance
WM destined to a slow 11x11 with leaky roof and broken W. E. Kinne the Court House .
Ji Scott in from the feet formerly cashier of the Please tend names of delegatesto << at yesterday.The
i.father decided on a merran came country floor. Mount Jackson National bank iu Tlrrinla :

)(er him and pUced him as clerk where he had ben working and the The men were finally turned away. A ( committed suicide byt&kiug.uJch. the County Secretary, O. L. Whit. meeting wan called to order by
an importing house We need warrant war plac d in the hands ofDeputy nine.
contract was entered into for traD.por.tatioo comb at Palatka, care C. I. How ton, Captain B. F. McGraw, who read the
Ore aa to the judgment of the Sheriff Hin mn. He attempted to American British and Professor Pickering,of Harvard, sent to
iii. IIi. son's rear in thatdecid.dlyth.enhappieetp.rfod to arrest Scott > hi resisted, firing In the evening the prisoners or were.oil.shipped Peru observe the planet Mars duriufopposition I tn advance, so the roll can be made up call of the meeting and announced that
three shots Hindman and then making noted beautiful
at many change before hand, and thus save time.
}'. life. H. "cut the .hop," as a dash for an alley to escape. Sheriff away. On board no particulareffort of color. his chairmanship of ,the People's I'arty
being made by the to O. L. WHITCOMB
I In Hixon called him to but he was guards Mr A. G. Butterfleld. the wife of fraternally, ,
those dart, in sheer d cper4 on stop, aNew
wjth an older brother joined turned again to fire at Hixon. The detain them The Majestic nailed at : York jeweler, ended her unhappy T. W. RALPH, Pre Secretary. I In Putnam County was an informal appointment

pi' Brook Farm community in sheriff then ahot him dead. Scott was night braka started and the next another morning the Sea-. life by drowning herself in Long bland and intended only as an ex
on hunting Sound. '
and has been in IGNORANCE.
bnrr Mass. a desperate man jail '
schooners being the sought Assistant Cronnse of the the first visible
game Secretary This
several times. He of pedient. being
rUl comes a good
baa had
|. its laugh about treasury department will resign shortly The problems to which the people of
II! fm and moat of them have, family and his a brother in this territory having been nominated for governor of pretence of a People's Party in ibis
yfe first smart of disappointment who bean an excellent reputation.A Nebraska.A this country are moving to a tolnllon.are .
.4 lied, joined in,the langh.r County,he said that the fifty thing proper
The following are the games played committee to inquire into boodilng such that the humblest citizen may I
| Brook Farm the Curtis brothers Pr.MtaUe> of Death.COLCMBCS. Sir Came
charge against Adolph postmaster to come before this Convention i&
them but
In the National League: understand if he will study ,
two in Concord of Canada will
Jed years Mats. 0., Sept. ).-A striking general soon meetat :
finitr, working a farm, studying .......n !_.(... Ottawa. they are such that the most educated his opinion -was the election of a chair.

riting. and at the end of that instance of premonition of death came At Atlanta-Atlanta. 0; Macon 2. William Payne negro wa murdered ia cannot understand unless they study. I man. This suggestion wee acted upon,
George William had acquired a to light here. Two weeks ago Miss I. his bed near Brunswick Mis, by six
At Iemphi.-Memphia 8 Montgomery I and 0. Wbltcomb was elected chairman
incaa a writer which enabled Blanch M. Kroecen, daughter of a physician ; other negroes for persistent courting of a "There Is no royal road to knowledge.

h go abroad. Hey nt in 1846 and I of Columbus, .hastily returned At Mobile-Mobile., 7. 5 New Orleans 4. i colored girL It can't be bought for even cash: in ,: of the convention. J. E. Stan

fried in 1850. Th.... It aprwara in from the east, where she had been visiting At Birmingham-Chattanooga; ,!;Birmingham Lulu Bailer attempted to kill Jim hand. The more ignorant a man is on was elected secretary.A .
and informed her that she Powy at Hillisboro Tex, with a awing
imoas works on gya and Eqv t. parent I
oiin or 2nUTJT preEU9nition that death would 2.N knife. Both parties are colored. Jealousy these lines of thought the quicker he call of the precincts showed that

A. .ll*..t Le..... waa the cause nine out of the twenty-seven predneta
years as the "Howadji" or Pilra. come to her in a few days. They triedto jumps to a conclusion and talks as
disabuse her mind of the notion but 8 Bos The strike of the men in the Pennsylvania : authenticated dele
Cincinnati Cincinnati.
At represented
; were
Iron Company, Lancaster Pa., has though he knew it all, and no philosopher
THe had written for the New York she only became more thoroughly convinced ton. LAt
ended the men aaepttnarwDctloo from .
ecientktcould in the least advice gates.
bane and The Courier and Enquirer, that her end was near and gave Chicago-Chicago. 8; Philadelphia. '4 to W 65 per day. or

d returned to New York to and him- her mother very minute directions aa to 8. John A. Caey's refining works northeast him. Hankers, lawyers, official, I'endIng the work of verifying the .

lf in the front rank of young writers. I her funeral Two daft after reaching At Louisville-Louisville, ?; Brook. I corner of Richard and Commerce clerks and ward heelers know more credential of the delegates,a resolution
Yet his first independent ventures home she took typhoid fever and died lyn. 8.
street, were totally destroyed was offered and pawed requiring the
ere diatroas. After three year ou last Tuesday.Arret.d. At St. Louis-St. Louis 12;Washing. I by fire ,ht. than Ilebert Spencer, Mills, Huxley

The Tnbnne. joined with Mr. Parke too. t. Oliver's Fifteenth street steel mill Darwin, Smith or any other deep nominees of the. convention to pledge

Godwin and Mr. Charles F. Briggs in _4 ae4 '.r Se.eOO. At Pittsburg Pittaburg, S; New PSttabu settled its troubles with the thinkers that have lived and added to their support to tile State and National

the editorial management of Putnam's LZXOOLN Neb., Sept. 1.-Four years York. 1. I men and resumed with JW hands and fund of human knowledge. Their platform of the People's I'art,. The
Monthly. It war too food for the tim... will run on double turn I i
Mrs. M. Uhler deaerted herlusband
Or pcrbapa it had too many good tnanag- ago Cynthia I f Mrs. Jennie Abernathy. of Kaaaas City Ignorance is simply l assinine. The/ passage of this resolution was attended

era and lacked the controlling energy of In Cincinnati Ia, and eloped sent her husband to Jail,boa gh bf btgedher the chestnut of "a division by considerable discussion and con-
ooedirectiogmiBd. At any rate it failed. with James McGrew. After three years' 1892 September, 1892 I on his knees in court to spare him for up .
fa tlon.
after the boaineas management had wandering the couple located in Lin. beating and choking her. property" lust as though it were' original

passed into the hands of Metara. Dix AEJwarda. cola, when McGrew embarked in baal.I I Secretary Lovcjoy, of Carnegie1*, denies and other fool had Dot dene the A motion to proceed to make nominations

Mr. Curtis considered him. I near Recently the wife repented and sUo Mo. Tu. We. TIt. Fr. Sa. that government t* dimausned with time thin They deny the right of prevailed: U.V.. Hoop, M.
elf orally responsible for a share of wrote her husband asking to be forginG I union Lands work turned out by nea- ;
T.1foore U. F. McGraw and
Indebtedness and resolutely toiled and taken back. He started for Lin- 1 2 3 at HomeeteAd. I free press or free speech-unles. one Captain

until be bad paid every dollar. I coin on the next train and here caused I W. R. Brook, of Smith' observatory the Harvard gives the fancies they believe. They A. L. D.r\er was placed in nomination
X. Y. to
For the next ten years be labored aaBO i HcGrew'a arrest and sued him for f 10- cclletre Geneva observatory. announce the discovery of *new call others "anarchist" and imply that for the assembly. The ron of delegate

literary man had done since thatwonderf I 000 for alienating Mrs. Uhler's affec 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 comet found by him Aug. 28. there will be a hanging just as though were called and the result showed that

al achievement of Walter Scott i tions. _____________ Edward II. Plat the eldest son of tie
H. 'V. and M T. Moore the
in the indebteir of the bank- I I were not advocating anarchy Poop were
paring | they
pa It senator i* well known in Waahlngtoo.Ha .
They Keep +tllmlmg.BALTJOH. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
rapt, firm with whioJT aa connected. U agent for a leading express company, These men are the real traitor to freeio.tllntlonaDotliDuDtIonaI1bnt choice of the convention.
Mr Curtis was trf f time a delegate Sept 1.-It begins to look and take charge of the government Lust- be Every effort to make nomination for
to Nat n JteuBtiliean conven- i lib the People's party will hare to hold Dee almost entirely. {
110111-an jyA fteiHro r of the constir another conrentioa. The nominee for 18 19 2021, 22 23 2425i262728 Captain K. Rinnan, of the steamer Hlapania cause they are so ignorant Those other offices proved a fajtere. Ttw*

:, MTcOTfVN C JCewYork, and ., of New Orleans, left on a visit July who assume to command, and have convention was retttaifted IB ito action -
hu declined.
was chairmw of the committee on edocatioa. associate justice already $3: to a brother at Cfaeinnattand haa &ot
29J30 of the
i the retotattoa
He tftehaed the consul general. Now Colonel baa Skinner of Greenville been seen since 1I.l1ad..oOO.ao4 intends false ideas,and laugh at one suggesting by passage requiring

ship to Egypt;; tendered by President one of tbe electors for the state at fear be war murdered they might learn something by studying IU nominees to pledge tbefseive

Lincoln large, hat declined after accepting the DAILY MARKET UEPUUTS.Aa Frank Rainy Glompaoy.of the Baltimore and are the most dangeious elements in to support the Slate aad Y8&SuMI platform
He first Ohio Railroad shot and fatally
Mr. Curtis was a strong advocate of was
wounded William Johnson a Cincinnati, the But this grand movement of the People' Party
aril service reform. He declined the for governor, then for congress in the I'ter-. country.
district and refuses to be Hamilton and Dayton switchman, at Cladnnati onward and Serera) candidate wetf' Baawi for
First now is
mission to Germany, offered by PreSident Bsvanaa. AltTerpee.tiae steady at I O., ia a quarrel moving ignorance

Hare., sal also declined to name anything. UH;rate fir-vu SUM.Vnjaxn Antes Dvorak the great composer. wo cannot stop it. There are millions in the several positions, but the convention -

any foreign oiaaion he might like to. A Cl... Cte !. S_. tra.d.e.> \ fill. In chairman
1694' Mr. Curtis war trailed la Bohemia, The
a'sac roofs firm etc food etrtiaea JIOM.bateher' boy mUrpiee **-
of aa indpendent Jbepublican Si* FRASOSOO. Sept The gloveeght tot:: tr firm at |LX: rrvde tarpeatiae of this graduate from swestbnad for, and know no such word as falL principles, and refused to nominate

convention Wl1111 New York to protest between Alex. Greggians the San tIna hard I Lot Tsfew dip, 1LLc virgin la his Suite ia D. Ignorance has slowly) faded away be- candidate until a pledge of their JojaHty -

againitthe nomination of Mr. Blaine and Martin 1 LA. At Green villa, Ui a.. a womaa -amed fore each sncceeeding reform more WM obtained
for president and since then he has Tanoaeo middle weight rr.dee a" .._.w_ Sadie Brown committed suicide by swallowing ment, never learning anything from
never been stalwart Bepablican. He JosteUo the Buffalo* took place at chloroform. Jealousy wee the the but the The bootless was eetyfaded (lo away
Pacific club's XrvTo- c. 3X.-rtork 4aQ Vat firm cause. The drug clerk who sold te past blindly clinging present
Athletic ;
the gymoaaium tf
supported Mr. Cleveland 1834 and has DO matter how much of injustice that showed the imporUnet a forte
t.e.a *M ftiAOUOCt prlm..zirs JSJO.XUddiee chloroform baa been arrested. ,
end of the fiftieth round the
been since a Democrat ia national politicsever A' the interfered AJtd the referee decided den hi quiet; chart clear 11.X4. .1 Bob and John Carter attacked Maurtse they suffered. The beggar that threw that M destined to exercise a potential

be police( contest) a draw. The match--war aa Lard 4ail and eaGer western_** %.seat city Miller as a dance at Haagbton. La. be up his cap as the prince road by, i. influence m shapenfo. the fete re poiltks -
step Low ei.ns, Sept.Ut Oct.U6..b4.c.JCAM. eanae Miller wa dancing with one et the of the monsbaeks who prefer
1fl.. .. the few bruisesthe typical
4 .
t W1I1111. and
VTIth4raw.KasaruuK. beyond ,
even one of this .
Aee IZ.-Cu" eselatl'.es were. 1 I Carter 11oo, girl, and la tbe flgat this the present anarchy to order and Jos- County.Mr ,
of the
bore trace long battle
Tenn. men no followed all three killed.
Sept L -The one- I-pert Nl7i3i5Xti{ l.aei'JeIQ were Tbe Crisis. I
tory that negotiations are pending for __ r.a3G Eert ribs leoec LZ1343.bs. Dry matt I Koerath. who will be M yean eld tie Ucev Coming and Mrs J. 7. Starr, of Jlantmgton -
shou4ets taxed L3& A Bteert clear..... fin of next month Is about to publish
the withdrawal of S..kiag !. Arhsaee. X. K. WCATKJU. made ns a pleasant call
George \V. "WinRepablicaa Opium .....UCS4n.:'-' the first volume of the -Htaoirs .* whisk yeter

tad. tbt aominee for govr. Lrrrut Rod Sept L-The city authorities CEVCZV* Aa... XL-Perk, a mlaj ; .*.1, be baa been engaged Iliad shortly after' tW The Repnblico-Democratic press l. day'

U favor of Governor Buchanan, are trying to stop the habit of' S2LDCL 1.an14.u. evrrect vaae.V BeIk. close of the American ctvfl war ninth concerned about Gen Weaver's

e Udepeadeot candidate i* without by <:tin.... brreral wets bit sleet !the. TjStH. !sees easier; Mine Lottie T eoaCe of North Haaorer, It will be seen that in the primary
.datlea- Of the two. Mr. Wmstead opium smoking aMds .-r ua.ue. I',I Maaareata bar claim to tame upon t*_ previous record. Following is an extract election in South Carolina on Tne&ay
decidedly the most have been arrested but all so far hareappealed fact that she drove twenty-three nails totbx. from a speech delivered by him
strength and
">maina to the circuit court oa the c.w...__ .silastes. u4 AI tie fiatok had twe the 30ih, Tinman the reform ca dJ.
rea _hopes of election. It is has under kaada sale aad rtoad to her credix.AbUdebcatloB m Congress 11.1110. INn It win be date carried the State
announced br awrmaaJam..Jeffreys.. ground that a zaaa :: 1..Ina"- Ash 3L-TSBewfIZ V te epesm. by at least 20/XJO
of the lUaajblicaa execntive oomn tt.. the ooostit-tion. to smoke opium if b.piers. sari-.ac e.oratlesIsasary from North Caroline seen at long ago as twelve yean at lean majority. The AHianee elected five
.. U he cant keep.cfia aM Tebrsaty.--.LmnLii sad VlrflBla waited po8a9eriateoaasHaka. candidatefor
Mr Wiattead even that the :
that now People's
, will resume his caa- Jrfat febewarr sal tare!.._........._.tai ea! c2 UM speaker' bergs of UM BapubUcaa party oat of seven Congressmen.
*.*. cut. week and speak at every ___ &acw-sad seea.bee..S committee ta Kew York, U e;- President was not only able to
.r ..poriaaa te .*d41. and sad Oes.e.e.-ells aid of eActeat ta skate
lt.es..be. t-e
weal tate
't.T...... nn.. Ws.eeAdv aed. Oeeded andeece ere....__-.4.. -'alfa itaieie penetrate, bet had the courage to expose The "Don't" Cigar ia made at pare

.- -.. CoCEra AH.Sept L-Tbec speaks ===.ad end Jnwr.--Dsemmr...........;..:;. : r..o we.ef a Jarp number .L oo the floor of Coogm the tin. tobacco, and .. 'doctored"with artificial

;i 1L. .wi/', htftt M......... and Ohio silir-vl. company wfig advaaeeUe Tess a sy. sides .... Jsd IaD M.ctsfeKe ;w-eefworka west of tie AUeffeay. ....- exampled TtSunjr of Hooey bags, and probably inforioe flavor.

" 1(1'r Yljali, : J, .I'reI4eat Han of locomotive fireoum !i per tai** are ta co-raltatUt erer the' terms of and the of HatchettteSs them at
wages ........ atrnat Cr wfe 4 Fatr-aaka, fill Tern a*a eorolory, equal viffiany gper 1yUX
IM$ Fit fM (laesooraiag oe&t, beginning Sept L The feacreaaets JUau. wbo rrprasetbeparaisiew hj legislative' eoadjotots. 1- X.
|EarriJ-II' )> yii3 fWr M lieu a half baaed upon the wares allowed eaglaeers CwirAe., Ash te .AJDarleaa wVeel wiapany oUa r. iaparttdpaaa

.lif eight of ia the employ of tM cotapaay.r WaetecT4M; Dee. TTHeO-Ox:ixCee ;ta U e meetia,* sad t-e srutis I WKMWm EXCLUSIVELYW.
him, U ;.q".j veleta.: : -Seps. **. Kar SS fc CaM au a oart-taty. The millionaire of Boston, Philadelphia -
.. ... CiS3i.Ksw oaPxtala ta tU boa JI.aIJ( tat Yew YOlk aad Chicago haveflooded
veriag aril wt 4..r.*f r 'vIvat. .. C-t cpC *C Mf rj;: fib aay -
lleft jtgt-ftd: aa.I1' .effort t revive er : with petition for the
tq to &e4Oml>!uii ties. h' It was Loxno r, Sept L-Rlgbt ROIL. John ..-1I.pC..L'"e: 1... Ltt.EepL -eadtaa-aclit. fiye4srelautat deatraetion congress of the greenbacks. Onedistinguished

accc=plia\tL ... Morley. chief secretary for Ireland, has !. L. Js u: .. Tndiuapotla, seem r k*ve beet releaed senator a .
""' aaemn-ret 1IQ. Taeee presents
T" .. ..... gone ou a visit to Andrew Carnegie. ... from paring bound in flee C. SNOW'STTAKBasoaxf
e ,.11' .4 IM M( )1(.. 'I'1r. c.u.. Tens- who paid aaeeenaIT* *&d 1 are .* morocco, a fine

IoxTUta., )(y., Hart, I.-T".t 7.f American iron miUioaalr*. at hIa loth eat ..Fettewtatts the epesf.g eoxatedtairoodstadI.aaAwinrce4Tteir. tarnBible, the word "honest
f coava
f dx prisoners..,. brought bare ttad.rHa Loch Raanoch. PerUuhire.SeotiaaiLfiaucur. a"cJ.tac lseia&iee potties ef Ue aeeet money" in letters of zw4 aeros &f iTS brzTA X34 j

.. .. 'Igf Otis WngatenaibiUtr U yule eM. hiring seerNew back signed by over fifteen hundred Famrr frrtttr, OpposftePalatka.

[They military have U guard*.heW from by Jaittee Ol Kiaeard Creek. sag aa-a. sa -.-.. ? :....:=:::,..:::::::.::.::::i ret: Cambia.by Ye.* mule, was and crqpi will dos low Be b- capitalism* ia New York, praying for flakes J FU. Beriffesee fa
laa rtcipaAa ia the Coal Creek nets Sepft. lead of foot .,rU.....;.' .._... .......... ....Jee.pee : T'" waa rfcfcBC the aifrigaUned w tJO.! the retirement of the greenbacks;sizaed same a3 ,
They weak nut Wad and number 4. at 8nm.n.Ioa4e4 w4fcie.4V I .. ........ '__0' ....._.....,.ew3s e1o aad raa a"'Jt. U a by GorernorBofclciioo and ex-6* -
give are n. B. iiO05ET to
brought tan here for safe kee4ag. all sjirita. WM buroei. the MB- .'ss.ahbr..Ua3La. : : t*jump I a fad puta IU nMI &Ad hundred signed by over two C&arfe.

They are bocrtU. kwking mea. ace is estimated at ( o.e.-'r.._...._.......__,_.......fsa6r .m be was dn.ae4 ..ern :eJ.l tWshDavy aaart on fifth avenue who f.7"rzLwTAOnis vnu. vt

'ne eaey.a.Ies 311,000.i. atabbbv. own ia the aggregate core than fMd.'L. czrrx; Yttntrr: Arramosr, ?Kn -

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Ziditorl7orW Agrtod nit.. FUUB. B.) DEC:1Ilt
Granted Southern
to inventors
the survi- of May 11 1892, I As to the treatment of the tree: States Josiah and Alonta-
An act granting pensions to In TOW paper (SUWANEX RIVER ROCTK), > this week. C. A. Snow A In
..,ors of the Indian wan of eigli. read your answer to a correspondentfrom These trees are very exbaustir;to the MAGOX, GA.,June 1, 1892. ) Reported by the phrase, -
Co. Solicitors of American A Foreign There's
a ring reconstrnctU '
teen hundred andlhity-two to eight New York,City writing for information oil; they fake a great deal from it, On account of the action of Florida Patents, Opposite United States Paten them dark an' dreary days; an

hundred and forty-two, Inclusive, in regard to planting cow peas and unless you five something back Railroads In refusing to sell tickets Office Washington. D. C. An it sorter makes me wonder vn Treads

known as the Black Hawk war,Creek in an orange grove. Now I think youranswer again, there are very few ictfs! that will over our line because we declined to W. Baxter, Jr. Haltimore Co. :Md. that in Ocala

war, Cherokee disturbance, and would rather tend to misleadone stand it long; yoq must feed the trees increase our rates in accordance with Bohannan I Brother Baakio had a confad \K a
Electric elevator] ; J. V. nigger wuss'n yaller. jI'm
the Seminole war. that has not had any experience properly and feed them with rongenia their views, you are respectfully no- Baltimore,,,|Md. Jleat-slicei; J. M. a wool hat, but I fellers ntnrK

Be it enacted by the Senate anTlocse < in cultivating a grove. I have had considerable food. There are a grea t many growers tified that by purchasing: a local ticketto Brooks Molena Ga. Road-scraper; S. wool as that what kinks. .
of Representatives of the United experience with groves covering I am sorry to say, not only of oranges; Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City, P. Chandler, Lake City S. C. Harness On the skull of Walls of 'lachi no

States of America in Congress assembled a period of ever twelve years, but of other trees, who think they have from any point in Florida, you will matter .'aL they thinks. I
tug S. E. Cheesman, :Milldale, Ky. I was here afore them fellers
; fow.
that the Secretary of the Interior and am satisfied, that cow peas are a done all that is necessary when they; secure a through ticket from either of: Seal J. A. Cooper, Nashville Tenn. their rule or ruin rule, *
those ;
"be, and he ia hereby, authorized and good thing if properly manipulated. prepare the land and ,1cthe tree In. reached Junction via :Macon.points including to any all point Eastern Door-sprinjr; G. J. Davison Rich So excuse me, Mr. Baskio,if I 1. to

directed to place on the pension roll As you say in your answer, if one This is a decided mistake the trees Western and Northern points at a mond, Va. bell plate; J. L. Dennis, quit yen school.

the names of the surviving officers and plants peas in a grove and lets them must be fed with a suitable] material to< total cost to you not to exceed the Atlanta, Ga. Bindery pasting machine hnsaco N4DEMOCRATIC

enlisted men,including marines, militia die, or removes the fodder they are supply their wants; they are constant lowest through rate of like class, Baltimore Md. barrel CAMPAIGN.
G. II. Forster, ];
and volunteers of the military and unJoubtedly injurious. My way is to I Iy taking from soil certain materials] quoted by any line from the point from
which you 'tart. This applies to both N. Hamlet, Little Rock, Ark. Sashbalance Appointment for -k1aI' to Jr..r 411
"naval service of the United States,who fertilize the grove so as to get a good Some soils may contain those material one way and round trip tickets. U. U. Hane, Lakelank, Fla Florida. -

served ;for thirty days in the Black growth of ,-inu. and when they have in large quantities, and the supply may In purchasing local tickets to any of ; W. H. Han, New- The state executive committee oUie
Railway, joint ,
Hawk war, the Creek war,the Cherokee got their growth plow them under, last for many years, but in other soil; above named Junctions, be careful to S C. Car-coupling; G. H. Hutton Florida democratic party hat msdMie

disturbances, or the Florida war which can be done by attaching a chainto the supply may be limited and they take a receipt from agent at starting beny, ; for following appointments for
should be Baltimore. Md. Jump-seat ye p
point, for fare paid which ,
with the Seminole] Indians,embracing a the plow. The vines will then decay will want to be replenished very N x>nand handed to our agent, so that he can hides W. F. Jenkins, Electric railway speaking by the candidates Uieu sand

period from eighteen hundred and thlr very soon and help] to fertilize the this has to be considered. Then arrive at proper through rate to charge. trolley C. }.. Jesser Staunton,, leading supporters of the ticI'rol21'XENTS.

ty-two to eighteen hundred and forty. grove. I certainly wou.d not give a again, some soi's become exhausted ofa For information as 10 rates, routes, ; rack J. J. Martin, .\ .

two, inclusive,and were honorably discharged man his salt to plant a crop of peas in particular class of plant food, thoughthe through: schedules and sleeping car Va. Portable pastry ; Monticello, September 3, noon
and Dayton -
II. Brownfield
oft'all the peas, undersigned. Bellevue, &; W.
pick accommodations apply to
and such other officers, soldiers my other kinds may be in abundance Perry, September 5, noon. / <
strip the for forage; but the plan JAMES MEXZIES A. C. KNAPP, Ky. Device for drawing tie-bands Old Town. 7 noorf
and sailors as may hare been I need scarcely tell that if the September? i
enough you
named in resolution of I have spoken about is good General Agent. Traffic Manager, aroundlbales; J. H. McCormick, New Jacksonville, :september 9,n'/ .;:
personally any for me, but I am always open to conviction ground is rich in all elements save one. Palatka, Fla. Macon, Ga. Green Cove Springs Sept ift"Palatka \
Congress for service in Orleans La. Cotton-seed delinting ma-
any specific that I hap- '
and am glad of that
very say potash the absence particular ,September 10. night.
.aaid Indian wars although their term notice this letter and your chine G. E. Medley, Hopkinsvillc,, \
pened to failure Ladies are Unfortunate, ; St Augtfttine
of service may have been less than one will cause a ; there- September 12, :
thirty days, and the surviving widow answer to it. L. S. GEORGE fore it. must be provided if we want because the higher they rise In society Ky. Fishing-reel; J. Mense New Orleans DeLand/September 13,11 a. u.

4>f such officers and enlisted men: Pro- Democrat Headquarters la Jaoksorv1fo. healthy, durable trees. My Idea It to the weaker they find themselves bodily.Risley's La. Grain separator; A. Meyere, Sanford Titnsvilfe.September September 15, night.
Tided, that such widows have not remarried Nashville, Tenn. surd; A. Muehmalt. ::; 14, noon. .
W. Wilsan of the executive feed the from the top-applj Orlando
: Provided further,that this act Mr. George orange Phdotoken controls the nerves Ky.Engraver's block J. A. September 15, night yl

hall not apply to any person not a cil committee the Second congressional the manure as a mulching] let it decay, aids nature in her various functions, Newport, | ; Tavares, September 15, 11 a. m.

izen of the United States. district, arrived in the city :doing the same year after year.I and thus combats with the many ills/of Myrick, Salisbury, N. C. Bieeching;. Wildwood September 16, Ha. t
SEC. 2. That pensions under this act believe the E. R. Northern, Raleigh,N. C. Yardstick Dade City, September 17, noon/1
looking disturbing orange more womankind If "
i and immediately began successfully.
yesterday your lia.tow September 19
shall be at the rate of eight dollars per. holder; W. P. Johnson, Monroe, noon.
month, and payable from and alter the : for a location for the headquarters than can be avoided is a decided mistake druggist has not got It he will order it La. Fertilizer distributer B. Talbot. Arcadia, September 20, noon. -

passage of the act, for and during the of both the state and congressional ; do not disturb the roots more for you for $1 a bottle, from Chas. F. ; castings I i Kissimmee, September 12, noo
malleable-iron -
natural lives of the person entitled! committees. than yon can help. The practice 01.. Risley, wholesale druggist, 62 Cortland ChattanoogaTenn. Tampa, September 2"2. noon.

Thereto, and 18 digging or plowing] in an orange orchard St., New York. Send for a descriptive ; R. E. Terry :Mobile Ala. Log Key West, September 23, nlgbt.
has chosen 16,17
SEC. 3. That before the name of any bloc pamphlet, with directions and certificates carrier; R. B. Thomas, Blackburn La. Manatee, September 26,11 a. m.1
person shall be placed on the pensionroll in the Hubbard ] The rooms Is moat barbarous in my opinion, from many ladies who have Fertilizer-distributer L. J. II. Vin Brooke Je, September 27, noooj
nnder this act, proof shall be made, face on Forsyth street,are commodiousand a great portion of the small feeders of used it and can't say enough in favor son, Titusville Fla. Screw; F. F. War Inverness, Septemoer 28, noon.

under such rules and regulations as the centrally located. the tree are growing near the surface, of Risley's Philotoken. then, Baltimore, :Md. Apparatus, for I Ocala, September 29, noon

Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, The next thing Mr. Wilson bad to do and yon tear and mu!ate a large proportion frying fried oysters; G. Watson, Cui-
of the right of the applicant to a pen He went of these feeders, and If you do A Tennessee merchant being asked pepes, Ala. Plow attachment.For DRVNKI:1 soon and any person who shall was to secure furniture. how large his advertisement should be, Cared' nl if*_U Ten Days fcy Ad
and take oath to D. A. Beckwith's big establishment that the tree must suffer in proportion; i "two thousand car loads of cats
falsely corruptly any re i over replied: "Well, put In about three ( ring- Dr. Halne Golden Speed
under this act shall be deemed wanted the therefore I would advise you to do no I "
quired and stated what be of gone East, as stated in our last week'sbsue It be
pints type. can given in a glass of
guilty ot perjury; and the Setretary 01 furniture. Without a moment's hesitations more than ,is neccessary in the way of ,please read oats instead of ca 5.-
the Interior shall cause to be stricken Betkwith said he'd furnishall disturbing the roots. Then cleanliness -Ii STRENGTH AND WEALTH. cup of coffee or tea, or in food, wifl
Mr. Illinois
from the pension roll the name of any] Paper. the kuowlege of the patient. It i
If and \
free and he seemed in the way of keeping the you are not feeling strong
person whenever it shall be made to of the rooms ,
solutely harmless and will effec
appear by proof satisfactory to him than 'glad to be able to do something for the weeds down, is absolutely essential; I health, try Electric Bitters. If "La SUMMER RATES.

such name was put upon such roll of democracy There is no trees will never do any good if you allow Grippe" has left you weak and weary, permanent find speedy cure, wheL.
cause i The Georgia Southern and Florida
through false and fraudulent representations roome'wll1 be well the weeds to grew.-Australian : use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts! the patient Is a. moderate drinkers L
that the '
and that such person is not doubt now Liver Stomach and Kidneys Railroad is now preparing rates for the alcoholic wreck. It has been given
directly on
entitled to a pension under this act. supplied with tables, chairs, desks, etc. gently aiding those to travel out of Florida to all Summer Re- thousands of cases, and in every i
The loss of the certificate of dischargeshall Carpets, decorations and a big flag! For most of the loose sandy soils ol': form their funct'ons. If you per-are sorts, which will shortly be placed on stance a perfect cure has followed.

not deprive any person of thehenefiU are all that are now needed. The Florida this advice is correct; but we afflicted with Sick Headache..you will never fails. The system once imp
of this act, but other evidence are acquainted with groves in the flat- find and sale.This nated with the specific it become .
at service performed and of an honor- need of these things offers an opportu- woods where the soil is so dense and : speedy Electric Bitters.permanent One trial relief will by e is the shortest and fastest utter impossibility for the liquor app

.able discharge may 'be deemed suffi nity for other I liberal democrats to heavy that it must be stirred or the taking convince that this is the remedy out of Florida,carrying the West India tite to exist. Cures guaranteed.

dent and do the right thing. The roots will be suffocated.-Ex. you book of particulars free. Ad
come up you need. Large bottles only Oc. at and Florida mail to all points West page
SEC. 4. That this act shall not applyto flag will be hung over Forsyth street, Lowrv &; Hnlse's drug store. 'and Northwest Trains arrive and depart the GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co., 185/

any person who is receiving a penmon and he bigger it is the better. from Union Depots, Palatka and Street, Cincinnati, 0*. 0 '.
at the rate of eight dollars per the Election Notice. Don't sell your oranges for less than I Macon. Connection made with al

month, or more, nor to any person receiving The rooms will be occupied on $1.50 on the trees; the indications are :tines in Macon with the vestibule] limited Well A..er1lMcL
a pension of ]less than eight 25th. They will be headquarters: for I for the Carolinas and "Hello, old fellow!I"
WHEREAS The Legislature of 1891 will be worth than this. Virginia
they even more
pillars( per month, except for the difference information[ and literature of good the East, and with through sleeping "Why. bow are you, comrade. \I
under the Constitution of 1883 of the
between the peniion? now received old democratic doctrine. :Mr. Wilson car lines for resorts in Tennessee,Ken "Let me see, why can't I call your
(if less than eight dollars per State of Florida did a Joint Resolution One Dollar
pass WeeklyBuys tucky and all points i' orth and North
month) and eight dollars per month. will be in charge during the entire proposing an Amendment to the west. Sleeping cars between Palatka name? Your" f '}.s as familiar to me]

SEC. 5. That the pension laws now ,campaign and Mr. S. 4i. Sparkman Constitution of the State of Floridaa,, a good Gold Watch bv our Club and :Macon. _..._ _- as my own.
In force, which are not inconsistent or will be at the rooms on Saturdays. System. Our 14-karat gold-filled cases Trains leave as follows]) : / n must rave mft ,you a thons-1

In conflict with this act, are hereby There has teen some criticism of and the same was agreed to by a vote are warranted for 20 years i ine Elginor 5.3(. P. M.Palatka and times, but 1 can't think of your j
made of this act so far as of three-fifths of all the "memberselicted
a part ,
Waltham movement. Stem wind
Mr. Cooper because he isn't out on the ...... .4:45 4.45 name to save my life."
may be applicable thereto. each House the ,-ote' and Gent's size.
Here to ; that set. Lady's or Equalto 24 6:30
: But he'll be are liampton..6: >
itnmp. "I'm the
SEC. 6. That section forty-seven shoe man.1
his appointments in connection with on the said Joint. Resolution was en- anf $.j() watch. To secure agent Lake City. ....... .7.:41 8:50
of the Revised
hundred and sixteen I
"I'm the facial "
where have sell of
far the state nominees: tered upon their respective journals, we none we one For folders and other Information,, soap man.
Statutes is hereby repealed, so as the Hunting Case Watches for the "Oh!"
the same relates to this act or to pen I Lake Butler, Wednesday, August 31, with the and nays thereon, and apply to
I x yeas Club price $28, and send<< C. O. D. by A. C. KNAPP, JAS. MEXZIES, hOn!I"They

alonero under this act.27 ls2 ooon.Hamilton Thursday, September 1, they did determine and direct that the express, with privilege of examination Traffic :Manager. Gen. Agent shake hands with much enthusiasm.

Approved, July I noon. said Joint. Resolution be submitted to before paying for same. Macon,Ga. Jacksonville. .-Chicago Tribune.Mr. .

A LITTLE GIRL'S EXPEKIkKCK IX A WUliston, Saturday, September 3, the electors of the State at the Gen- Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: '
The who doesn't Carpenter of Goodland
I man hang out hU ,
hv confessed don't know .
UGHTHOCSC.Mr. Qoon.Crahanmlle. eral E'ection to be held in each coun- Oar Jeweler they
Monday, September 5, bow you can furnish inch work for the money." shingle and advertise dies and leavesno Ind., says: I tried Chamberlain's
and Mrs. Loren Trescott are Florida TUESDAY
In on next
I noon. ty Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C., sign.-Printers' Ink. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
keepers of the Government Lighthouse 7 succeeding the First Monday in October writes
Leesburg, Wednesday, September : for diarrhoea and severe cramps,
at Sandbeach, Mich., and are bleaRed I, noon.Snmterville. 1692 the said Tuesday being thethdayof MYonrwmtche* take at gentlemanwho BEATTT-S riAM AND ORGANS.
said bar and pains in the stomach and bowels
with a daughter, four years old. Last Thursday, September 8, ( the said October. The said and priced got the a Jeweler's last watch watcbet Lancaster examined that Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great with the best results. In most cakes _

April she was taken down with Measles noon. Joint Resolution reads as follows: were uo better than yours,but the price was(45.' Organ: and Piano manufacturer, U
Osceola, (Alachua county),Saturday, and one dose win do. Besides It's other
building shipping more
: Organsand
followed with Tex.
a dreadfucough ARTICLE L Our agent at Pennington, "
September 19, noon.Newmanville. Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. good qualities it Is pleasant to take.
&I1d turning into a lever. Doctors at Monday September Section 2 of Article X of the Con- "Am la receipt of the watch and am pleased 25and 50 cent. bottles for sale by
All who bare teen it it Beatty left home a
home and at Detroit treated her, but in without meaosure. say penniless plowboy,
12 noon. stitution is hereby amended so as to would be cheap at$W." and by his indomitable will he has Ackerman *Stewart, Druggists.

vain he ; she mere grew "handful worse rapidly ot bones., until" Judson, Wednesday, September 14, read as follows: 'The exemption provided One good reliable Agent wanted for worked his way up so as to sell so far
was a
Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery Waldo, Friday,September 16. for in Section 1 of Article X of each place. Write for particulars nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and Bucklen' Arnica Salv*. v.

,and after the use of two and a I :Melrose, Saturday September, the Constitution of Florida shall inureto EMPIRE WATCH CO.. NEW YORK Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to The Best Sah n tie world for Cuts, ;|
widow and descendants of the
Callahan, Monday, September 18. the deca tt dishearten him obstacles laid in his
half bottles, was completely cured. DcClenny,Tuesday, !September 20. party entitled to such exemption in the that would have wrecked Bruises, Sores, \ i j C':pU, Rheum, :'
T>ey say Dr. Kin"'s Jsew Discovery viz One half way any Fever bores, Tette '1 I' '
Mt. Tabor Wednesday, September following proportions, : -
forever he
ordinary man turns to an
worth its In EyeOintment and tiJal1
weight gold yet Chamber1a.1n's
is you may
thereof to the widow if there be
21. a advertisement and comes out. of it Chilblains, Corns, and sit skin
trial bottle free at &
get a LowryIulse's Lake City, (night), Wednesday, widow, and the remaining half to the brighter than ever. His instruments, tlons,and positively < ores
] drug store. children and his their de A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyet,
September 21. child or or as is well known, are very popular and pay required. It. is guaranked $*

Lemons in Demand.A White Springs, Thursday, September scendants, the latter taking: the interest Tetter Salt Rheum, Scald Bead Old are to be found in all parts of the Perfect satisfaction,or money refuade4.i J

22. their parent or parents would take if Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema world. )'''e are informed that during price 25 cents per box. for saley'lDWRY
commission house
New York bal These meetings will be adddressedby alive. If there be no child, children Itch. Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples the next ten rears he intends to sell & llULSE. ..

issued the following circular letter to Hon. C. M. Cooper,Senator Wilkin- or descendants, then the exemptions and Piles. Ills cooling and soothing. 200,000 more of his make: that means
Florida : : shall inure to the widow, if there be business of "TOILETTES": for September .
orange growers Call Gen. Robert Bullock and Hundreds cases have been cured by a $20,000,000 If we average Is *
T Grower cab Shipper of Florid Lemons: lon no will, as provided in Section 4 of this it after all other treatment had failed. hem at $100 each. It is already the perb number of that elegaot Fwhto
situation of lemons H. W. Long, accompanied by one or Article If there be no widow then business of the kind In exist-
The Sicily largest
present Journal. Each
It Is in 25 and 60 cent boxes. Issue seems tj more
more of the speakers announced else the exemptions shall enure to the descendants put up Send to Daniel F. Wash- >> fa
warrants us in anticipating a good ence. Beattv,
where.-Jacksonville Evening Telegram. of the party entitled thereto beautiful than the preceding: it sp-'
market for Florida, if they are shippedto ( ington, New Jersey, for Catalogue.The ;
when be and such exemptions shall apply to all BEArrrsORiLtNSat pears to be growing In sue "n.
strike the period they will _________ as ".
wanted. APPEALTo of debts said except Article.as specified in Section 1 ituUrt 8500 cat,fcjgue addre BARGAINS.IsDANIEL Cot par- comma is very useful In its place, for It has now twenty paffesl>f choice

The SiciU will end (that is so F.BEATTY. but it should be Instead
crop the Several Boards of County Commissioners Now, therefore, notice of such de- Washington, rewJersey. used with judgment.In engravings, of sixteet as fotr

far 20th as the and fine from quality that) about time .until September the- by the Florida Picas Association termination is hereby given with the [ the last number of an exchange meriy, besides a handsome cWr, fet |

new comes in (which will be this unanimously Adopted at following instructions: there appears an advertisement in the price, 15 cents for a singlevcopjt *,

year crop two weeks earlier) about November Gainesville, July 20, 1892. election Any lector in favor desiring of the to said vote'Amend-at such FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG which the firm announce that they $Lb0 per year, remains the same. it. '

let, so that the mouth of October "Recognizing'the imperative necessity ment shall have written or printed, keep "check mozambique corset laces, is quite evident the publishers are & i\

will likely be the month when Hondas for immediate action if Florida is and on the same side thereof as such MEN OLD MEX IHAII.fttF figured muslin hairpins, and embroid- termined that 'Touxrrg'shaly be the .
will the best We have a HI is Tit isus sr in sunns
bring prices. ....
ered skirts. Savannah Re-
Dames are written or printed the words ta..sdre.r grenadine favorite Fashion tha
hot room that will told two car loads, to avail herself of the unequaled op- aN.Lr l..lwN Saw M caw M n..n.taalfy Magazine In o
and can ripen in best shape. The sizes ortunityjafforded by the World's Columbian "FpB THE AMENDMENT," and any i7oVFT%:|HORRID....UI.'P ) country.and It Is just as evident that .
elector desiring to 'vote against said ..,NnI.-. ._....... out lady friends
that are wanted 250', 300': and 350's, Exposition for showing to the Amendment shall have written v%+ffaslraWaltlr.YaaltU 6CMHER SCHEDULES. are of the same opim
mea between these take well, but ify'ou or t NEW IlK lon, as they are all '. Allfiw*
-her matchless and attractions .- printed on such ballot on the side OUR dealers
can pick to pack the standards!res, world resources prescribe ', Attention Is called to the new advertisement class book and news have it o&

they do better than odd sues. ,the Florida State Press Asso- there above' the" words ''' :.ws..ws.Y.r, I sK..t w..... of the East Tenn. Va. A Ga. tale one month in advance. Fnblis***
urge's the several "AGAINST THE AMENDMENT. aaa.,(...w w by! TorLETTES PCBLISHrxa CJO
iation earnestly The votes cast on this question shall Railway[ System,showing correct ached- -
who 126
This is the time for subscribers I West 23d street,New York
Boards of County Commissioners be canvassed and declaration and return S---: .. sites via their various routes. THE

are in arrears to "pay up. It take throughout the State to make liberal : thereof shall be made by the In- ...... ----.. mas commends favorably Mr. J. M. ELECTRIC BTTTKSfl.
... -
coney to run a paper. appropriations for space in the proposed ipectors, and by the County Canvassing r"dWsee ar .a.I:=raw P. Folly, District Passenger Agent of the This remedy* becoming swell
Board and
by known and
= so popular M to
The *DwnV CleanTV. State building and "Official State Board in the T ......-. ., I System, Jacksonville, to the traveling seen
ng, same manner and at --- s ipedal mention. AH who have nseV*
P. Hatchett, a voting man well Gazetteer," as outlined in the recent the same time as votes cart for .persons ftfta1a.........o. .- = !publiC!. If they cannot get information Electric Bitters sing the same song'0 ,.

and favorably known In this city has appeal of the State Commissioner and for offices at said election are it- ea.aa' sra::;raal.tuD ':=' 1MTw..i.r..I *': i and tickets desired from nearest coupon >taise. A purer medicine does not ex-

been appointed salesman of the celebrated for such action we pledge our hearty quired by law to be canvassed deClared ::h ., r.rrws ..4w. I ticket agent, Mr. Jolly will answer tat,and it is guaranteed to do an that
and returned.
ERIE i.I chimed: E1ectric.Bitters
"Don't" cigars. These goods o-operation and support. The attention of the Sheriffs Is called i every letter ot inquiry in detail, and ill diseases of the Liver and will Kidneys cars

are about the beat ever introduced here, Remarks by Bill N,.." to the law requiring them to cause a [end parties maps, complete schedules, rill remove Pimples, Boils, Salt-

and the manufacturers, Ellis & Co., of Bill Nye's latest book Is now being notice of the said election to be pub- I etc He recommends, however that Rheum and other affections caused by
Winston N. C. have recommendations baited In a newspaper printed In the-: through tickets be purchased. impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
Issued in edition for the East Stoam &CIe8IIioloiksM in a
a special U there be DYJll[ point when practicable as
of county, a paper in the the system and prevent as well as cure
-Irom Senator Vance the Governor is saved
Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Rail- jounty; and if there be no paper pub- majority of cases much money all malarial fevers. For cure of Head.

the North Stale, and other prominentmen oad. It contains 504; pages and 250 hated in the county they shall cause Xrwan St.,bet.Bay and ronytk. !by doing so. The local agents are ache, Constipation and Indigestion try

as to the quality of the goods. lustrations.[ The book formerly sold at least five copies of this notice to be :therefore the beat ones to see first Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction

Hatchet will handle tobacco posted In the most public places in the i about tickets, etc.
lir. in guaranteed, or money refundedPrice
for $3, but can now be had by sending ONLY PLACE OF THE REID IX FLORIDA.
every form, but desires to make a speL onrty. An exciting fruit sale took place in ro cents and f I per bottle at Lwry &
to B. W. Wrenn
13 two-cent stamps In testimony whereof, I nave hereunto -- : lube's, druggists.Within '
rial run in "Don't" cigars. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, I I set my hand and have hereunto Ladies'and Out Wear of. every descriptioB :New York Thursday at auction when '

F C. Cochrane handles the goods. Knoxville Tenn. It Is guaranteed to affixed the Great Seal of Florida leaned or Dyed.Cvrartieaaeiidi&f. the last of the Rodi oranges were disposed a few weeks now the summer
Some one out West advertises for "a cure the blues quicker than any other at Tallahassee. the Capital this 22Jday charges one way. goods by express pay : of. Owing to the failure of the and winter tourists win begm to arrive,
of June,A. D. 1892.JOHX .
house girl to assist in the washing of a known remedy and. the price,is withlnthereachofaa. L. C&AWFOKD, H. BALLOTJ.r" Proprietor. :Delaware peach crop,oranges brought and then we poor fellows who were

....mall family." .. j JyI4d Secretary of State.t yl-tf -- i .< :IS per box, while lemons sold for f9. left behind win not feel so lonely.



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i i Correspondence. POMONA Palatka' Tine NOTES.. "German IS. A Baker, VBRTBEES & GO.

1 POMONA, August 30.
7f Mr. and Mr G. W. Ottenton have e
returned from their ''cottage by the t I II .

Creek Passed sea' at Summer Ilaren. They reportit Syrup"J. ,', ..
very pleasant on the beach this turn I T kMANTrACTUREB i

Scramble to mer.The shipment of Halidon wines from C. Davis, Rector of St James' iI Orange Boxes, Wraps,

Zt*! tpd Mr. Ilolmes Erwin'i noted cellar is Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala. : I .....t
His Hand. constantly increasing. Isis Northern "My son has been badly affiicted

customers are becoming quite numer with a fearful and threatening coughfor
111 several months and Hoops and Nails
to the Gallant of
) ous. As many as fire or six cases physicians
tbe several resaiptionsfrom
Srhlnks the War
his wine day being
per which failed to relieve him he has OFANB
Ml That General to New York City customers
restored the .
2 been perfectly by use oi AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN- -.
la Kins.jig. alone. two bottles of Bo-

25.-Captain An.Stmgh We all know that grapes are easily An Episcopal schee's German Syr. CYPRESS YELIOWPINE' *

Iap Knoxrille on hitjtr J grown. Why are there not more grape- up. I can recom- Flour, Grits, Corn, Bran, Hay, Oats, Cotton

a racation. Whet.growers and wine-makes in Florida, Rector. mend it without

0 that Anderson wu iijjreut i and especially at Pomona! hesitation." Chronic LUMBER Seed Meal and Fertilizers. .
ew We have had refreshing rains within severe deep-seated coughs like this :

'4 1 wild to see h ilL I the past few weeks. Oranges are are as severe tests as a remedy can OLD J.. T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.|
Smother while
.e they en' be subjected to. It is for these long. SATSUMA HIGHl'S. FLA.
;ble 't$ shake him bjI I growing rapid.y. but many of them are standing cases that Boschee's German .. r All orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipments made.SHORTHAND ., jYboro.tlnctiealTnatr.ctio
splitting and falling from the trees. :
Syrup is made a specialty.
I of Notice of Removal.In
t Mr. Captain Anderson If improvement is an indication Many others afflicted as this lad .

| oy.r I I prosperity, then we should conclude was, will do well to make a note of .
th.tx trouble was at ,,. Cra.,"(r itt .
te; I that the people of Pomona were pros- consequence of the rebuilding of .trd to po.itiom.. CaUlogM(rtr.
ofIb perous. this.J. I sTEATTO !fl $ C rtt !
*. miners hare been W.C. Learned ,has his house completed F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn., tIe Store No. 51 Lemon street tLOUISVI

kl One of whom is ready UCainit with the exception of some writes: I always use German Syrup :.LE. KY. .

the others. Orel painting inside. for a Cold on the Lungs. I have C. I., ROWTON

already made confer i Dr. H. Learned is buy these days. never found an equal to it-far lessa has removed to the corner of Lemon

\;. secrets of an oath. the are engaged pulling superior. $ and Front streets, in the lean Block, A. V. MOUNT. WALTER THOMAS.
p as carpenters .. ',... lately occupied by U. T. Yatterlib,
It. miners naming for G. C. GREr\. f\t\ Man'fr \\ ,TJJ.
jOnof down his old house to make room where hfe will be glad to supply his
[is Hfcre they can W found. his new one. lie has all the materialon patrons heretofore with the BEST MOUNT & THOMAS.

Dhe said, has foreTtx the ground now, and will have several "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE and FRESHEST FRUITS in season. ,
Oranges Bananas, Strawberries, Apples -
MM.from men at work soon, and we under
Coal Creek itS The Tomatoes, Dates, F1gs. Raisins,
itl. Supplies and also stand will ruth things right along. ROOM Ac., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes,
Doctor reports a good show of oranges Pies and Candies.
Mf rushed forward from LEMON STREET PALATKA.rL.LI'a1I
this in his Cigars,Tobaccos, &c.of the choicest
/elders, u their stay is year grove. Line of Ch l.W....Llqar and CI-
especially since the india Mr. Keown is getting his material ar. always Stock. brands.Pure California Grape Juice and

I&be convicts are to be together for his new mansion, which -OraersfromtheCountry Promptly Toted, New York Apple Cider. my6- Staple anclFancyGroceriesPALATKA :

h nines. in a few days. will be commenced soon. oc9-3m CHAS. HEREHA Proprietor.

.,we lre m MkTlll' Last, but not least, the Crystal Lake r .
b.: Aug.S3.-General Carnes, School has had some new shingles put '
on and other work done to make it more 1 ? i FLORIDA.
lamination of diipatcbee in the White Sulphur] LEADING ARTIST IN i "'.r
i* office at Coal Cveek,has found. comfortable.Mrs. .

,iUpatchea of an incriminating E. S. Peck and her little daughter PORTRAIT,AND CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

throwing much light upon the left Tuesday to spend a week at St. Springs Hotel.W. .
Commissioner of Labor Alba Augustine.Mr. E. Abercrombiehave ALL GOODS WARRRXTED OR MONEY REFUNDED. jal5-ly t
and Mrs. J. T. KING, Manager.
gone to Coal Creek it u un-I returned from their Northern STREET: FALAIKA
od,in obedience to a request from: '
gal Games that he was wanted I trip. WIIITE SPRINOS, FLORIDA. ATTEND PROMPTLY TO CALLS \
man he will be able to showy Mr. A. L. Abercrombie leaves Sep. MONTH. T..w.o' Grores,Re.idences,etc,with- A. D. 8TETEXS.SC. E,Manager XuciMeruag Department.J. .
says WEEK OR
court that he had no part in i i tember 3d to attend school in New SPECIAL RATES WHITE BY SULPHUR and CHALYBEATE to.n the-rea 1ate' 't tyic.of lance Portraiture.of Studio.If Always TOO:want' ep B. MERRILL,Manager Blackinita Sho .. .
igthe riots and attacks He laid: York State. WATERS In the South. Spring dto a yourself or old Pictures enlarged try Ju E. MERRILL, Manager Bolter ftboya. .
[. ru going to Coal Creek to report to' Mr. J. E. Eames returned Monday charging Cure diea over ei lsoo,0iO of.all kind callon*per hour. U23-tf n fraud.'erIrf Call tending and MM off specimen to some free no2Q-3m portrait

he yeas fourth Carnes.regiment: of volunteers has!. from The Boston."Ladies' Aid" have purchaseda

a organized beret Colonel Baxter large ice-cream freezer. So look out MEAT Y'S ORGANS ARE the BESTftend ; M rriU .St Co.I
Uh commanding and will ask to be for ice-cream when their next entertainment M. J. Murphy. logue. AddreMsDANlKL! f. for,WashBOT CataBEATTY I nn HninBBring O
are in at once, subject to the call oft is announced. FELIX. Ington.NewJersey. <-tf .
gorernor. I
further trouble is feared before
.day Sept. t. unless the troops are. E. C. KELLY
red from the vale;. An old physician, reared from practice l.eoloo n Sheet Billiard Parl r. : (St'CCE880R8.TO.J. E..1IElUULL & Co.)
having had placed in his hands by I
H*..ltal !. a Cay. an East India missionary the formulaof -SIGN OF-

( xrms, A2 .-A special to The -
nmorcial from Coal Creek that a similar vegetable remedy for the Pot I Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
teouotaineer had arrived says there speedy and permanent cure of Consumption WHOLESALE AND RETAIL The Big i Coffee I IGr -..

aging the information'of the dltcor: Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma WINES, UQUOfi AND CKAA8. A Full and Complete Line of .

Tot .a hoepital in the a and all Throat and Lung Affections, STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and
}el iruB'* LVmi /l a.ouatalD'.btclr"1h.:' .' also ajxwitive andlradical cure for N e Agent: for the celebrated J. W. Harper TINWARE which must be told BOILER AND BLACKSMITH WORK,

Jnors hare improvised in eare.. He i TOUS Debility and all Nervous Com- & Silrester Whiskies. A full line will pay w inspect this stock,as I keep
Ill he saw twenty-one dead bodies tested its wonderful of the beet brands at the lowest prices.ovb.:1sk1.eSa nothing but the best of eyerrthing.numbing ':A
.sere, sad a large number of wounded. plaints, after having --- -,Tinning and Gas Fitting In the best manner and at shortest notice. Boilers, Engines and Machinerj-
------ curative powers in thousands of : : executed in the most approved style,, of all kinds furnished and set up. We are making a specialty of building small
.ANTS NO MORE CONVICT LABOR cases,' has felt It his duty to 'make it promptly and at low prices.Dou't Launch and Steamboat Hulls of Steel. Wit also furnish Boilers and MachinerJ'and
........ ...
fellows. Actuated ... m
known -to his Buffering .1
if. '1'.a.. ......C..a ... I... Cpa and desire to Bas.? .. JOO forget the place, Sign of .theBig Wood Hulls if desired. Correspondence solicited. State Agents for WestInghouse -
"' =1 .._.. .. by this motive a Silver Wedding. 2 ISO Coffee'Pot'Lemon Street, between Engines. Workmen sent to all parts of the State. We keep on hand.a -
3i..ad 1M CWMt as &1.. relieve human suffering, I will send ... a 06 .
BUresterRy Second and Third. full hue of Boiler Makers and Blacksmith's supplies. Second-Hand Machinery
.......... |
J(*w YOEK Aug. 15.-Colon*! A. s.: Free of charge, to all who.desire it, Standard J,W.Harper."A A"...Bourbon..................... ft 4 00 00 bought and sold. Write for estimates and prices.
Oelyar, geaeral omnael for the Teanee- this recipe, in German,French or English -< )- II
directions Orncx YND SHOPS-138 and 140 EAST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE', ru.
.*. Coal and Iron company, i* at the with full mail for preparingand addressing The Jug Trade a specialty. Country THE ACME
using. Sent by by -
orders solicited. oc23-tf
hotel Regarding
j Tilth
with stamp, naming this paper.. APARTMENT HOTEL
onviot labor troubles in Tennessee, be W. A. NOTEochttttr 820 Powers7 Mlock, ,
.aid "A reeolmtion passed by the N. Y. Tremont Hotel I BAMBERG
Refitted and RefnrnUhed with Entirely!: Ken
board of directon of,the company freely
offering to surrender the oonrict lease A scientist essays to prove that (FOKMEKLT HOTEL TOOXI.) Lenient Furniture to Throughout.Depots and Centrally Boat Landing Located Good eon-

baa been in the bands of the state officials wearing of hats and caps has been the Dining Room la Connection, with .Corte po.d.
'. for over four years, and the eomI prolific cause of baldness in this highly VILLE. I'LL ETTarnUhedRoomi/SOc. to fLOG. per Dar,
I conditions in making civilized Boys should # f2.1IO, to|t0 per Week. Business
i pan exacts no generation go nENTRALLT LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE H. A. BURT Proprietor College
' the surrender. The Tennessee Coal andIron about hatless and capless.Goto Ly TEAR. Thoroaruly Renovated. 111 W.Kay Street, .JacboD.uIe.J'1&.
Kates,$2.00 to 13.00 per day.
' ) company ew its offer to (JocS-OT-lyl

surrender its will probably Le.'. SpringsQralnrtrCountyEast CCLLENS, .
r 1 insist that He o1.+ tpted. and thee Tennessee.A novl3- m Proprietor.

.legislature w4fcrhettiiJLaV-: endanger to determine the Popular Summer Resort, twenty- CUREYOURSELFI ,BAMBERC. S. C.

the state by no- one miles from Knoxville, on the first-

. pe tiary enterprises class newly completed Morristown and .
, (\ rill entirely remove eonnct lain r If troubled with OonorrbiM.1J
\ << contract system or whothdanger Cumberland Gap Railroad. Depot and O1eetW hiteeEpermatorrha.
\ or any nntutnraldi.charRem i iI
.ba11 the :reputation of Telegraph Office on the place. Passengers your druggist for a bottle of
I efAM"an orderly and peaceable J Bic O. It cure in a few days THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECTS ,
[ North and
from the East via ii1I
the 'natty and alienate the anti-eon- I without the aid or publicity of a -
1 \doctor, Non-pouonous end .
Horns town from the South via.Knox- ,
tab.t voters by looking about for ; a4 [cnannteed not to itrictnre.
J CbtlpnpaDY that is willing to pay ville; from the West via Knoxvilleand [Tkf IMtwrsel Jtmrrleax CW .
: IWI lor,he labor of the COD do- 1M Cumberland Gap. Superior nat Manufactured by BOOK-KEEPING, SHORTHAND.
/ .is certain that when the kTii ZT&IU Chemicil Co.I
y .re.v...r* thai and Iron company once advantages, vlz: Fine, Romantic CINCINNATI, o, '
ip U lease it will nerer-againe1Rf Mountain Scenery, with Surnal Point Y.I. A. TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP.
w =:
labor. .

} A convict CORDIAL INTERVIEW. higher Lookout[ and Mountain.more commanding Remarkably than cool UIT STANDS AT THE HEAD I

and Healthy Location. Superior natural I If you want a :PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEAcu-,

.._._ I* *. O.*4 Terre wllh Mineral Waters, White Sulphur, .- ERS, at a MINIMUM COST: come to our College. Send one cent stampfor
tit. B yal ...*.... Black Sulphur and Chalybeate, aocnowle h&vJACK80NYILLE,8T. jyl-U
j OX.Auc. 23.-An authority who
""'ib11 familiar with everything tomac. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths.

'OD at court, has stated, Good Society, Music, Dancing and
S usual amusements.Comfortable Rooms, RESPECTFULLY call the attention of the AUGUSTINE AND O. LOPER BAILET. CRA9. H. HILU RD.
the any reports in circulation Table Fare. Board I to the "CALIORAPHWRTTIKO
Beds and food ,
renowned the word ever -
Xr. Oiadstoae's the )(
riail to
pK 130 to $40 per month. Post Office is 81'EED..impUatty and nrenrth! of COM.8TRUCTl -
I-lt. Oiboree: Bouse when he ao- named LEA'S SPRixost Grainger (MAMFOLUINO-EMiect)?ft and ion -tested IURABtLITY.Suptriot Steadieet.. SCHEDULE: IX EFFECT MAY 9, lens G. LOPER BAILEY & CO.

_z Olfioe, that there was nothing toyet County East Tennessee. Send for and leart depression In writing. Len Key souzH.ArSt.AuuggmctU .
the Liberal leader was not Descriptive Circular. toard; separate key for each character, and NO .
and bear .....
interchangeable 8 J
y persona grata to the qneenther Address M. J. HUGHES, "SHIFT.ADJUSTABLE.: parts ne.. 930 OO&mI' .........
<* members of the royal President and Manager.Merit This Machine U offered not npon Its "Record"or Ly St AUg1111 ne.. ......... 00 rmAr
MNe&t at Oaborne Bouse. On Label"bo upon lu IXTRIXSIC ORTH E.Palatka. .... __....... .00..
yr Ar ht&tb. ...... ......... s all am.LTNath. Fire Life and Accident Insurance
fNdlL*of the day of bU riiit. Mr. Win. and drcnlars on application. ... ........ 301.......... ,. .
J ioeji sat for two boon in eonvere We desire to say to our citizens, that Patices LyE. Palatka. ...: ..........1. .........
_.tbe'' terrace with the PrtDceE" have been selling Dr. JAS. A. BARB, Agent, Ar San Mateo. .... ......... .........
for years we AI'0fDt0IId........ ....... .........
interview her I'aJatka fla.
His with maespecially Qng's New Discovery for Consumption rha AT Daytona. ..... ......... .........
cordial and the Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucken's ,
o .at showed the dislike for
Salve and Electric Bitters
Arnica ,
U commonly attributed toAden handled remedies that BE A MAN r.1JaytOoa. ..... e 1S ..... .. ..........
Mr Gladstone rejoined the and have never Ly orwnnd ..... I"II.......... ....... ""
he sell as well, or that have given such Lv Ran)rated....'F. S II...... ........
drawing room in ..
Jltia'\he waa universal satisfaction. We do net hesitate APSUO WAS A PERFECT MAN. ArEPalatb... tIOam .......... .......... : .
... &a. and was the life of the .
ArPalaika..teaam.......... ... ., ... TF
that ensued. to guarantee them every time, and .rurtiT.......ii....-..-i-mTemiM a..u..a u vutinry ur LT Palatka....... .......... ill IS am ........ .. ,, Musical Perfection
we stand ready to refund the purchase pea,5s,.N....pM.-... Lv E Palatka.. .... t .I..tn 3e .......... JL. b who.yon eek la boytoc* PIw i
i J 4T. D.wa tb. rrc BilU satisfactory results do not fol. b iraoaea4 Ar 8L 1IgIUtlae.. tie learn UJ 3S pm -.' wrtMwaboai
price il TttoaeVS tm all rttpccta.YQUMtiMENBft&LD. L.$t.Angastioe.. no 20 am .......... t li pm LowestNewYorkPrices
YfatxaToa, Aug. 25.: Secretary ow their use. These remedies have AJaek.o.rtlle.In Seam ...... .... 540pm -- -

I Foster in a recent interview won their great popularity purely on ......... tnm TXTOVS raillaf >ta.a. BE.Lett ..*. I DaDy except Sunday. STEIIVtiVAY '
the their merits. For sale by I/wry & ..S.ILITYItT.. .or._... Mratal Connection*-At JackaanTill*with aU dirert-
in "yaka
"The issue
;;J great campaign Hulse, Dru ts.MDtonnrownmgbaW. w.riy. "..... e.rEUO.AJ. ....rrat. va.r tug line*. At PaUtka with the J, T & K. W sad take .. aasA.k
t. larift The Democrats are trying wu..ua...wr..t.r.d Syatem.
i'ke the force bill an tune, but yean IOBLI w TITAUTT rtarxcT axairatk .< ..TI.I.KU py-For tickets,detailed schedules and laf ormatian aafDPuichm
succeeding.. Th. life is all of .tk.rri.M4 t*v.e.1 ......*. ,can on local ticket agenta
Mate/ Whatever Mr. Harrison old, and since reaching the age \k'.claim erete.ie by rears rn.UuMfa.01oar praetlr BottanAKOioreiT by W.L.CRAWFORD. JO3.RICHARDSON hteLwq,.,
V p sly on that subject in his letter twenty-three he has married six women or IVccu."iallNa" Oen l Sap'e. Gea.rut. Ag -

-pcept will be wise and well four of whom are now living in lair all PiiMiM....W.k.and. Te.Oate.tUtrom
t:IlL- )laDY persona here think this lis neighborhood, in Loran County, Agi.tL.a..1 iO 8&a&ft and TeMU.eqNaF.I We are Wholesale Southern Agents
an effort bY the Repnblicana : t1ae! Las Gteee ceMxated tMtnuocata,Md yes CM boy from u atfal
West He is the fatherof I HI NEW IlK .for fimlt Mnwln.7. IIaDCI\l'eJ1.takI7&111111 '
tl Virginia. happy
,e force bill issue out of the earn ... .. TtlrtrpIa..Naubrl.SISitat- d"r : ..any, sbalr,a e.ateh 17 at.n,ee v peso., !Ace

sixty-seven children, fifty-six KItt....a...MMBW,........rviir wretteaIerL aarroto a.4rw..s.eeIRIS a. a.a..Ya. aiNY 4ia. ..m*.."' w e, LUDDEN is BATES, Sava naa, Qa. ;ate:.
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Tip ," .t. w.; St, J'OI-ApIl'* Aoademjv IMPORTANT TO VOTERS.E.gaireu.ah ,'". i.t retlag Meeting.

,7JHt 9a8eJ ;EacacBpanent of the G. ... SNtKADR------
fl A protracted meeting has been iu
The Sisters of St. Joseph will reopen of tI.. New Law a* t. Beglutratlon. -
-- A. R. will open .t Washington, D. C., SEPTEMBER 12, their Boarding Poll .J'as..to. progress for the past ten days in St. '

MCKENZIE BURT PUBLISHCRS September 20th. '*'t mid trip tickets JAmes Methodist Church. The I
a School for Young Ladies; also Day Editor Supplement

will be nlaced on sle in Palatka, Sep School fur Boys and Girls. In the pet formance or my duties as RCY. )Ir. householder, bas been as- JTeir Territory Belli!

F Ia Dunn BuiMlnc. Frost Street, tember 13th to 20th by the Atlantic The course of studies comprises all registration officer, I found that ,many elated by Rev. Mr. Rider, of Froitland, bj the Pl"f e.'

next to Port" O laoe. Coast Line, good to return up to October the branches of. a thorough English intelligent voters were in doubt as to an able ami earnest preacher.: Considerable -

'J 31, at #34.63.: These tickets' wil. be education, !including Drawing and Phonography the requirements of the election law, interest is being manifestedin

muu-RiFTlON iSreVMMitha TW, $1'M; 'eixtentkV straight excursion ti t'.ts. No signing as class ftludies. ')fWsic- particularly as to registration and poll the meeting, and great good will be Twenty-Two Deaths !

b. $crtltttea.pAitTKA.II Vane la{ ad.,.... t' Cent for purposes of identification will be Piano. Guitar and Violin. Paintingand tax. Very few hare read the law,'and the result. The meeting will be continued on One Vessel;

required Merchants and persons de- the. difficulties increased the and night and all -
French taught desired. 4* are by morning ,

FLAu SEPT. 2,1892, iiteg: to visit the Eastern cities will be fact that the law has been changed should attend. A. Batch: of DUp-tclu. rr _

greatly advantaged by availing them- tSJfAimicB PACE, experienced carpet since the last election. Under these Mr. Rider preached a powerful and Cholera: Stricken Distil; _

selves of this low rate. and matting layer, will attend to '
circumstance: I addressed several Inquiries eloquent sermon Tuesday night. the Talcs of Suffer1ac i
"Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cent can, P. T. I QUEEN. your orders at reasonable prices
au2C-2 to the supervisor of registration Death In Europe
at Grainger's.Mr. J.C. Vertrees Jr. u visiting friendsin ,
sold th'eir and have received frow him the
"Don't" on
Cigars are t-Taei
Saw Sipt.
}fr. and Mrs. Horace Prior two of Tennessee.P. YOBK. Kee
'wp in the ,AncieDt"City ,
H. Hengeveld merits. W.P., Hatch tt will lill your Lake Corao'i most'- popular citizens following letter, which he kindly con Moravia which arrived her fro-]

Sunday. orders. If he does not call on you any made THE TIMES: a pleasant visit yes sents to have published for the information McMasferof San Mateo, was t burr had 23 deaths on the 'or

J. J. Costello and family visited the order left at this office will reach him. terday. of the public. The questions pleasant caller yesterday. children and S adult) from,.

Sunday can be inferred from the answers:) which the ship doctor alit
at St. Augustine .
camp Chase & Sanborn's best Roasted Rio Board of Flro Consi-ls-loners
Fires UaptUt 0.."". DELANO,FLA., August 17.Mr. Thirteen were natU-"b Pok_ |
The family of Mr, A. T. Baogher are Coffee, 25 cents pound, at Grainger's.Capt. The Rev. J. C.' Newman, of 'Talla- J. Willis WestUke, District Registration Attention is called to the fact that Russia 1 of Austria and S of ] .

recuperating on the Gulf coast.The poosa, Ga., will preach In the First Officer, Lake Helen: the Board of Fire Commissioners of the The first
W. A. Abbett, who has long were buried at sea. 4..j j
o Church DEAR SIR-la reply to letter of Palatka Fire Department will convene i
Baptist September 11 your
will Sundayt 19 and the hut
County Commissioners con- been with Messrs., Percival & Hatton place Any. oath, <
All invited. the 15th inst I will say: In regular session at their rooms in '
reneln regular session next Tuesday. Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, are (1.) All poll as well as other taxes I I Central Station on :Monday, bept. 4, The Moravia has boon order* &,

Conductor Young of the Georgia' De' MeIMIi; few,-and is one of the An AU-Kound Promotion are assessable January lat of each year. at 7:30 p. m. A full attendance IS respectfully lower bar.Cbole'ra.

The poll tax is due the State, and requested. has. appeared at Dor*,,
last best kfiowe,ad "most respected business !- Everybody who knows C. E. Haile i
in St
Augustine '
Southern was electors
into Chief.
coming; this county and GEO. E. OAT, the chief ports of commuoi
week. meaSajfcat ci jr, say: "I can testify of the Southern Express Company, will registering (after six months' resi, JESSE E. Bxnrrz, Secretary.The tween England and the tontine'

to "..qaUties of Chamber- to of bit intended dence) who
noticed on regret learn departure. -: were assessed a poll tax
Palatka faces were which has continual inttreoi
Many Band treated
last lain's Cough Remeuy. Having'used it They will'be pleased, though, to forl&UOand 1891, can exhibit the receipt Second Battalion' CalUad
the "grounds at Augustine steamboats with ;
camp of the
for the learn that collector of the coun y Palatkans to some fine music Wednesday
in my family past eight years, he has climbed a tung higheron
from which France. Three were at
Sunday. they came; and if not there persons
been the I can safely say it has no equal for the ladder of promotion, having paid they can Day it to the collector of morning. This is undoubtedly one b/ the dUe.*., and died la a short
Repairs have completed of the best bands in the State. It re.
colds 50 cent bottles been transferred tbi
either or croup Sanford. &county previous to September 4th, A man came from Hamburg
railroad bridge crossing the Jijer at Ackerman' & A. S. Wfllard has and qualify. ceived much praise in St. Augustine
r. ,for sales by: Stewart. accepted the agency death canned considerable anxiety]
this point./. .,. j i' s .. here and will (2.) A poll tax will be required of --- '
; 0 $ Druggist*. t. -' assume charge this office Th four Russian mifranta who<|
elector from Creditors.
a3tr.'aad __ every anywhere in this Notice to Debtors
Mrs. Griffin, Master Johnny There is no use talking, neither Harrison upon Mr. Haile's departure.TIIE State, that was assessable fo1890 and ttrieken with cholera jo.taitb y>

and Miss Pansy Devereux were in St. Cleveland will be elected unless TIMES extends congratulationsto 1891, in order to vote at the county elec- VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FOK ALL boot to depart to ih. United I
or the estate
claim against
1r baring
Augustine Sunday. both gentlemen. tions. -i John person McOiil to prevent the same, duly authenticated were UoUuJ at the Park BUI k .
De Witt's Little
they take Early (3.) Parties arriving at the age of 21, ..lthln the time required by Jaw The baggage .f all the emigrant

Piles of people have piles, but DeWitt's .Risers. They have a "get there" Notice to Debtors and Creditors. also. parties acquiring citizenship by or this indebted notice will to be Mid pradedin estate bar, and
Witch Hazel Salve will cure quality possessed by no'other pill P. PERSONSHAYLYGCLAjMSGAINST one year's residence in the! State and meat to me. ANTHONY MVGILL.wl present et the American coaaal

t em; t.F.: Peek. i i F. Peek, :o f' -' late ALL of Putnam lute of County IX L.Florida Renault will, deceased preaent, MX within months'ten days residence of the'electious in the county wid TLA.. September 2d AdmlnUtrmtor.FALATKA 1892.ttl the sanitary offlcers at Liverpool. :.

them to tn. and all Indebted to laid : 8w .... t
A. CURS FOR fARALTSIS.Frank ; penena be lUporte froT. r-o.
Ripans Tabulcs cure Jaundice. estate will make payment to me. registered by me if the application
Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. el-ew MRS L. RENAULT. is made after they become of age or ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. TZIIKBAX, Sept. L-The choler,j

Chas. E. Rowton and family have re. Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Pinson, acquire citizenship by required time ofreludence. IS HEREBY GITEX THAT SIX : Ibis city has at present apparentlyits

turned from the coast, where they have whose wife had paralysis in the f&-e.to NOTICE TII9 ASTER DATE: I will present to eour... and the epidemic is nower.asinL j
(4.) Poll (tare must be paid at least the County Judge ol Putnam County m' ae.
been the summer. The deaths Tuesday ante'
spending buy a bottle of Chamberlain's 'Pain CIA thirty days before the election. Yours counts and.voucher., aa Administrator of the
estate of A. N. Edwards, for final settlement to 800 This I..* high mortality but
Mrs. M. Haughton, accompanied by Balm. To their great surprise before respectfully, E. D. McLEOD, and for dlnchargeas such Administrator. decrease of 600 is compared with!

her brother, John W. Hollister, will the bottle bad all been used she was a Supt. of Reg. for Volusia County.It September 34,189.; JAMES C. CONDRET.sepiem deaths reported tea day a ju jAI

deal better. Her face had been Admlnl.trator.
arrive in Palatka to-morrow. great thus appears (a fact not generally R.-.I.: ; ... iQCAasxrniz.

drawned to one aide; but the Pain known) that an elector must hold poll IN CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL & L, Spt t -1

Yr. J. C. Telfer, of :Kansas City, Balm relieved all pain and soreness, tax rtceints for two years, namely: .
of the steamsCircassia )
veil known in Palatka, was a pleasant and the mouth assumed it natural 1800 and 1891, in order to be able to .
l V_lJub
He .chief vote in 1892. Having paid the tax for PUTNAM COUNTY CIIAN- and were
caller Monday. was formerly It also certain for
shape. is a cure '
one year will not answer. fend U H 2m,,:. < bland where twill

clerk of the Florida Southern here. rheumatism lame back, sprains, swellings Persons who have arrived at the age CERT. be b,&;u",-.t and their clothing i Al

lameness. 50 bottles for of 21 the fected ,.indr-tnriMNl to tow renyres.ls iJ
and cent Coring
The Jacksonville, St. Augustine and preeent'year, can vote Henry Beldaa J roreeloenroof aowa iU thi. } coin pie ted. ;
Halifax River Railway carried thousands sale by Ackerman' A Stewart,. Drug- "on age" this year, without a poll. tax n. --
receipt. The above letter will be readily Absalom W.Dieter etaL ) Mortgme.

of people to St. Augustine last gists. ____ ___ __________ understood, and further remark is I APPEARING BY TIn AFFIDAVIT OF ....r.. I. Part x
loaded 0 I IT HBvnrBBLDAO.thecomplainant.tliaiAbca* PARIS,Sept. 1.-Offl.-ial re t am*j
Sunday. Five coaches ,to thee Vigilance the Safeguard of Human unnecessary. J. WILLIS WESTLAKE. -
tom W.Dieter U a non-re kient of the State of
utmost capacity left Palatka. Rights and Ub.rty. i Florida,and that his renidencei* at 38: Dean that during the pst tour days! _fty-
FLORIDA KAOLIN. street Brooklyn New York and that the laid saflering from cholerine b
The 1s rendered An official position, created for the defendant i*over the are of tweety.careyears.
system malariaproofwhen Large Boo Near Y .. said defendant been taken to the hospital here. DtatK
a. k. to YCorked- It U therefore ordered that
the blood is kepi pure and vigorous purpose of placing around human liberty THE 9HWL Of THE SOUTH. Prop-ratlone for Extensive Absalom W Dieter do plead answer or demurto during the same perio-1. 21. Them

by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. and the rights of individuals and (Open day and"Dtght the entire year.) Time-Union. Miming. the the bill THIRD of complaint DAY OF filed OCTOBER herein,on ,or tart'otherwise before her et ,annts still under treatise i
hen U 133.
communities the..feguILrd.of law and a decree pro oonfeaso will bo entered
Atthis tsliould have this admirable
season KEUKA FLA. 20. him.
( SUCCESS UNPARALLELED 1 August -People against
preparation at hand. Malarial order, is a position;when filled by com I It 1*further ordered that this notice be published Te PUfBO In B+rlkt.BzRLtt. .
here are very much interested over the once a week for four conaectttire week in
petency and does not secure THREE DISTINCT DEPARTMEVTS-Com- Sept L-Two deaths hav
poison harmless when Ayer' Sarsa- of the Palatka Weekly Time a newspaper published
the 'new
to communities a sense of protection feet mercial.of Stenograph, all under, direction of clsUntulshed tsoo- prospects crockery factory'as In said County and Circuit. 0eurre4 at Slakbit hoepttal fronted oM
is used. space
parilla band and seal of said Court
Witness ,
/ 0 they call it, that is being built about my =
specialists. Text book discarded
only, but it eaters at once as an Integer thi.30th day of era, an re oar ,usp oh
The only radical cure for rheumatismIs factor Into the awful grandeur of that Scholarship. and Graduate board cheaper assisted than to ether position institutions. two miles west of Kenka, on the Florida [ KALI: C'j.RA.NK fly D. M.WRIGHT KIRBY.,Clft'k.D.C. cases la Berlin and two%t Charlotte*,

to eliminate from the blood the acid through our emplovment ':l-.or one idle. Southern railway. During the past JoeirK H.SrArroB-D,CompUinaaf I'oilcicor.M24w barf. Sanitary precautions are tAtt
work that moral
quickens sensibilities, Bend for handsome catalogue abated. There I. great public aoiietf
that the disease. This is thor winter a gentleman named Edgar of ,
causes and thus develops the noblest ideal bf WYATT MAKT1K.MacoxuGa.. bat no, pa40. _
oughly effected by the persevering use citizenship. a.2.tf' of New York, LavU.* heard of the flue FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM -
Died ta .feo.sr
of Ayer's Sorsaparilla. Persist until beds of kaotm here,'traveled allover Vesture
Put m County has ,been highly favored COUNTY. FLA. VicmASept. t--Two fugitives frol l
c red.. The process may be slow, but Notice to TeachersExamination the State prospecting. lie traveled on
during the last three and a half Hamburg hive 444 from cholera at s]
the result is sure. foot, taking the raiload tracks for his Edwin G. Sackett 1
years with the service of a Sheriff rs. ] Divorce. hotel in Bodenbaok. Bohemia a short
of Teachers for Putnim'Coontr'1VUl guide. In the spring he dicovered Ida 1'.SacketU I '
DIED.-In this city of consumption. whose and an dUtano over the frontier from Sajoay.
I competency sleepless: vigilance -
be held at Palatka in immense bed of porcelain about It appearintc(*y the afBdarit of J. X.Baldwin The victims were hastening home brail t,
A familiar headline isn't it? It's Is the pride of her own citizens the White !School IJoue;OH SFPIiMBER clay rent of complainant that Ida F. Sackett. i* when the
two miles west of Keuka. lie succeeded anon-reidentof the .8a of Florida, but ia a symptoms developed.
pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough. and the admiration of' other counties CTH, for white. and SEPTEMBER resident of the Town of Westfleld. in the Stateof

One Minute Cough Cure is pleasantsafe of the commonwealth. Our people 7m, for colored teachers, beginning in securing several barrels of it and Massachusetts,and that she U over the age Tno ....... Still .......

and sure. P. F. Peek. cannot'be iasenibfe to the fact that to at 8 a. m. prompt. shipped it to New Jersey, where he is of It twenty-one I*therefore years ordered: that laid Ida F.Sackettdo AMSTUDAX.; Sept: L-A death front

ALEX. STUAIWZ, interested in some I large works. It appear to the bill of complaint, Bled ker'i.. cholera has
was occurred Gronlngtn
Misses Beulah and Mamie Dunham the 'Vigilance, of .,our Sheriff and the jy29.4w Superintendent on or before the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBERnest at
subjected to all the tests known and being the 3d day of laid month; otherwise nincty-twa milts from Amsterdam, andthe
two of Palatka's charming ladies courageous manner he discharges the a decree pro confeo will be entered
young of the
pronounced the finest kaolin in the against her. capital province by that
are visiting friends in S ford. duties of his office, has had much to do world. From the It i*further ordered that this notice be published nae. Oroniogea is nccoeeible to Urge s
in exempting our. county from the horrible G I. UAVIS & SON samples sent north once a week for four consecutive week fusels by canal 1
was told there made >4n the Palatka Weekly Time,a newspaper published
reporter was
Mrs. D. ;. .Moore the: your
crimes ,that have. darkened \ in said County and Circuit.
Mrs Hoftell who have been ''* some of the very finest quality of Don.this August 30th, 1892. LIZZIE BORDEN'S TRIAL.
; spending historyand blared, the f.ir Dan e bf (Succewor to G. M. DAVIS,) FlUNK WRItHT Clerk.
the summer In Maryland, returned to other counties. China ware, equally if not exceeding in By D. )(. KIRBY D.C. The Teetlnao 7 Ij at All I.-.nhel
J. E. BALDWHT,Complainant' Solicitor.
Palatka Saturday. Upon the slightest information the xA-crACTCftu orCypress beauty and delicacy the transparent ee34wFIFTH nil elSe., i

porcelain made. Mr. Edgar returned FALL Rrvzz t -It is
Have tried almost known remedy presence of a wrong-doer in the countyour JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUTNAM thegea-|
every -
and found that the bed not only ex- oral opinion that
for Itching Piles without Sheriff is at once upon the alert "
success, tended thousand but COUNTY, FLA. 4 in 5
over a acres, thatit testimony the Q
finally bought a box of De Witt's Witch and immediately proceeds to hunt him Tanks k
was forty and nine inches deep, court eam.ln at 10 o'cJoe"1bu i
Hazel Salve, and it has cured me. C. down.A Edwin and Dick M. Kirby IT
I IPALATXA. and at the bottom was the finer *. I aad her counsel were not
D. Haskins, Peoria. Ill. few days ago a letter was received James H,Shelley Sheriff! and j 1sefr.h;.
*<*** ** aad it was
quality. He at once not until 10
quietly purchased ex-Offlcio Adm'r Estate Geo.I.Freidrlchsea. +utte lost;
the Sheriff from
by C.
Jfo Fever In Florida;;,,* i FLA. large tracts of land in the neighbor deceaned, andLouisa j that LUzie appeared loan inn &be
The stating that some time in April last the Freidrtchaen. ) of Rev )!r, Jnbb, beart al'Ju
has been
statement hood including some It appearing by affidavit of one of the complainant upon her
orange groves, face the
Sizes and look
Correspondence.solicited. of
residence of Dr. Mitchell of that
eawhich "
issued by Dr. Joseph Y. Porter State that Louise Freidrichaen ls a nonresident 'QCCI
burned and that the and bad the land surveyed ana laid out of the State of Florida and U over the has characterised .....,.
Health Officer: was parties suspected prices sent application. jvl-3 for working up the clay on a large are i!twenty-one year*: sacs heretofore In generaL .
of burning the same had left it therefore ordered that she do appear to The first J .
scale. witness
To THE PUBLIC-You are advised the bill of complaint sled bete:., on or before called -..
that the rumors current throughout the and were said to be living at Bostwickin FOR SALE. About twenty men are DOW at work the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, A. D. Rufus B. HillUrd. whosid( $hat kI*.
the land for 1803; otherwise a decree pro eonfesso win be tentioo WM calledto tte. U-l
State oi the prevalence of yellow'fever this county; a description of the clearing building and excavating entered against her. O'clock Aar. 4. urter s ,

at-Tampa or Ybor City are utterly parties was sent with this information. for operating tanks for washing It I* farther ordered that a copy<< ol this orderbe ofBcen to the He sent a number('"
without foundation. There is yellow 4,000 the kaolin; some of which are100x200. published in the Palatka Weekly Times, a Borden house tfflt '
no Sheriff Shelley went to Bostwick Monday ACRES DESIRABLE LANDon newspaper published In said Circuit and County, them Officer! Mealey. The latter Snoi
These will be
fever in the State of Florida, nor planked and once a week for four consecutive weeks.Done fa Dot dow in
and arrested Alex and Indian River at a reasonable price town
Winnie on easy 4r but bsetrseat +
has there been since the cases reportedin furnished with machinery for washingout U September 1st 119'1. to look after
tho third annual of the.StateBond Mitchell, colored, and lodged them in term, wit-In n abort distance of Tin-vine, the sand with water. IB the first [BAL) FRANK WRIGHT, Clerk. Buck .rid.wae. }t.fIt;
report JOAKTH J: BALDWIN,Complainants' Solicitor pbced hit haade.
of Health. These rumors possibly tail at this place>> to await requisition the Indian River Metropolia. Two railroad tank the sand is deposited, in the next ep2-4w the supposed cine tm eosaectlsa foUowtac"reh
from the Governor of South Carolina.
became rife through the report of cross the land. Plat may be seen by cilling on the coarser koalin, and in the next the tIM murderer bat Ute 1riIIMee decW
The arrested Notice for Publication.
the State Health Officer of the.existence party whit the question J. H. CARPENTER, finer grade, and so on. to etta that wit*.*, wont inSo *''
of their Identity, but deny the chargeof AU5-U HOUM Block The will build switch ease and found
of yellow fever on the schooner Opera ,Palatka, Fla. company a way Limo OmcK,%GAmwTn.tr.: FLA.I blood spots acts

Eva Douglas, in quarantine off the guilt. ___________________ enough to hold whole freight train,as Ann U, 1892. ) for 4001' -

Mullet Key quarantine station, said Dyspepsia, distress after eating tour For Sale or Rent.I they contemplate shipping by train -VTOTICE IS HEREBT CrVEX THAT THE ,
schooner being five miles from the loads. The materials for the huge Jn| toUowfns D&DM4..uJer laM filed notice of HARRISON VISITS "[10.
stomach bad taste I hi*Intention to make final in
appetite coat front of
poor aupport
station and forty miles from Tampa. ( THE SARATOGA HOTEL PALATKA I building will be shipped at once and his claim and that said proof will be made be- The Tw. Caa WateT
Your attention is called tq section ed tongue and heartburn are cured by the machinery in September. The fore Frank Wright Clerk Circuit Court at Palatka. Ar. Tot.tnef

TOJ'of the Revised Statutes, and you DeWitt's Little E rly Risen, the famous FLORIDA. I principals are not here at present, but Washington. Fla-on, of OCTOBER Putnam 1 Mall, 11111,',Flndda TU: Henbunin 13.923 BoU'a Couctry Ho .... i

are informed that persons who repeat little pills. P. F. Peek.A THIS' POPTLAB known HOUSESO to the tourist WELL .'q) persons who claim to know say that for the Lot t of hR%. SWMef SL}., and N R J WHITS PLAINS, N. Y..8Ipl. Ie
stones and travel- the will build town for their of SEt'..Section t. 'to 8.e. It.23 E. WklteUw Reid ronTE
or of a
fever ,
rumors yellow cases log public U offered for sale; or it can be Iea edorr company He name the following witnesses to his f coves[
in the State come under the law and CARD.TERLACHEN. as it now stands, unfumished. employes and will rive constant workto continuous residence1 upon,and cultivatkNi prove of, borne at Ophir fume M 8
can be prosecuted by the State Board owner might nrnifth standing Furniture, three hundred men, and that U will said land,viz: Samuel William,of Putnam Han to the o'clock a.:i
even throne-out and railroad
I AugUStSO. complete If satisfac be the Fla. Robert Turnlpeeed.of Putnam Hail.. Flu station to ta .t fr..'
of establishment
Health. I will be obliged for any tory tenne were offered.Tot largest in John Totow, Editor ralatta Tlmee. full and
Information concerning parties who particular terms applv to Florida. of Putnam Hall Fla.
According to Mr. Ralph's card in the C. P. t>EV2ZVX, The has been ALEX. niCK. preeMenfs tram
may originate or circulate rumors of sob Palatka. Fla canning factory run- ast0-'w When arrived at
yellow lever in your section, as the last week's paper, some one or two or ning on pears for past three weeks, Register. cv the president -4T>*, front"Lbe

Board is iteslrous of making a few ex- three persons in our precinct is guiltyof C.W.MARVIN.D.D.SGRADCATE people bnng their fruit twelve to fifteen Foreclosure Sale. B.i4. The ww cordially gr a by
miles. The has turned president ww
these factory uekI
ampletStf gross injustice. Now, will Mr. DESTAL : banded by a large
JOSEPH Y. PORTER, DEPARTMENT out a great quantity of tomatoes this BT ""VIRTTa OF A DECREE Ptar11a citizens crowd of
State Health Officer. Ralph let the voters have the names of CSITERSmr OF TESXESSEE..BACK :. ; it is only a small family affair, ..'. AJT BALK rendered in dhte hands who were saioad
year 1 1I the Circuit Court for the Fifth Judicial Circuitof with hiJo. Ho
those persons that are lieing about I it has proved such a great success Florida Putnam County, by the Honorable kaOOc1 health and looked

_"I' -0 0 him. If a man tells a lie on mo I will I this year that it will be materially enlarged J. J. rimJry Jane of said Court OB the tad .nt lpirit-. seemed to be la'ce

AN EYE l OPEX ER. tell who he is, or who they are, if I Yz ..J for next season. :day sending ofAug..t.IR2,wherein Kate. In a B.certain Huntington cause 1 therein* complainant Begot into Reid's private t

know them. This is too broad, Mr. Charles Frances at Interlachen has I ,and James H. Shelley Sheriff and ex- and 148 two eandidstee c
just of the )!lido Administrator of One Estate of Bertha A. aide to rode side
completed one finest Ophl
Ralph names and irrigating tarsi
; gave save
yon may Brown, Joseph S. Brown, Charles W Brown
THIS SPACE tome votes by It. plants in this section of the state. IIt..as The Land Mortgage Bank of Florida Lim ; ,

VOTES COXSEBVATITE purchased in Boston and cost J ited of England; are defendants I will eU for Tk. De.a_... .f Wj.........
4 WILL BE OCCUPIED BT : $3,500.; laid :cash,at public outcry at the front door of the MawAtm ,
Pipes are in twentysevenacres Court House, In Palatka, said Putnam Count Sept. L-Th.
THE POPULAR IDAHO Messrs. G. H. Sporman and Thomasand and It works complete.To J Florida, on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER cystic state convention .
next: ,being the 3d day of said month, bet WM opeaeli
Jack Hardman, of Euiaula, Ala., ARTIFICIAL 'TEETH OY GOLD, SiLVEB, Whom It Kay Concent. :tween t the legal hour of sale, the foUowinr described the; Academy of Mosie, The !
T. M. RAYl-r.or'x
and RUBBER. mod,to-wit: Lot numbered hi ewe tlc t win
were In town this week visiting friends. w ty of CROWN BRlOOJ: and GOLDkCbkrld.tioa From this date we appoint Jesse E. J Block thirty-five(35), In the Town of Hung tth-tYI And without w aomins, 1D u

W110 WILL TELL YOU)- The Messrs. Hardman left for South Bnrtz Palatka. He ton and more fully act forth by reference to put a 4itMQtiD 'Y'iI1'W. /&-
ouragent in is
-.uOt"T TIlE GOOD Ethos Florida Wednesday, but Mr. Sporman flit to collect any money due us, :the year A. D. **%&II lying and being ia pnt- I'IIR' W. Jon. "AI 4...... 00Dcl
Florida Ie
BciLppTa, __. and to giye a receipt for the same. If oieitman. hID
remains In Palatka as a guest of his pALaysa.> tI .. 1 TRANIC WRIGHT a -..-;
XETT: AT THIS BESOBT. I Oftse:. BOUt a ..tift 6 ,5 LOWBT.& HULSE.Anfwtaei8 tlr7 Hoy.
cousin: HIM Few k'enwiek.i P.Is. ... l to 12 a. &e p apl-ct l"ft.. ; -' 0 J4.... BAUWU, CompUiaanfi Special SoUcltor Matter., "
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