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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1892
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
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Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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,del[E d'r.rr.a.r.uE A BCBTZ. 1 P PALim FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTBBMl 9vl8l2.. \ t '- } .' ;t YOLWI j t-IUIMB 30.INSPECTORS .


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CLERKS Benj. Grooms, Ohney Boyle; B C IAD2 LIST OF NAMES STRICpN:] .''1MECIALJOT<< ic t>;,. CORBETT THE CHAIPION. bett landed a left hard oa SmlllvanV .

AND [ stomach. The crowd cheered Corbet-
GrFolt 8A.LX.-8eUei Pup two
f t. H n .. '
11 enj. J Grooms, Dr. moali old. Enqfurc at tfeU'ot6ce. SIXTEENTH RO.n.'f

t. Obnt1 Boyle. ; J T Danforth, P&J&.6' -" ; This rouud commenced with a raU,.
.. clerk. FBOM ;THE BEOISTRA.TION LISTS SULLIVAN KNOCKED OUT IN THC Sullivan received a left on his dial. He
COU- F_ tDL-tT-Furnished or ttn-
APPOINTED BY COUNTY ;:
Ico.18FoNBOt'e.State TWENTY-FIRST OUND- attempted aloft lead for the bead ami.
bea-TOoins
fur two kitchen and
..' ':1 i OF PUTNAM COUNTY.At ; ,
Fennefl L Jim saved himself .
by pulling
1892. IW. away.Tbe'fch
CountT-L
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MISSIONERS SEIT and dining room, part of a house; conveniently -
O Lovelace HJ Fowler, derk.NationaUAllen \ located "Win be rented very pion's bead was pushad
Goodson, Allen back once more. Sullivan landed heavyon
reasonable. Apply at this office.
t Price, L 0 Lovelace; G F Bollard the meeting this' month of the sep&lm The great prize fights which nave the nose and stomach a moment bi
ter. Corbett looked fresh ft
as *
NO 1-cBESCKKT.crrr.: > lerk. County Commissioner thefollowing been going on in New Orleans daring punched the champion very In the head and

State and County-J L Burton C P.Ganller NO. 19-FUTNAM HALL. gSfoo TO LOAN, for twelvemonths the week Culminated stomach Sullivan received
stricken in the two
from the RegistratIon eat fight good-
'' were g
B/fVUfiamt J'Oreen. ,J C persons .on' giltedged"security.. For
W C Norton G andXJourity-VT ,
; State and Jim clinched. the
punches During :
clerk. / Strickland, 4 E Lane; J F Woodberry, Lists: particulars. apply, at this office., au26 of John L. Sulliean and James Cor- lock Sullivan his opponent and the an

National-O C McGrady S Bmddock. clert. PRECINCT i. btU Sullivan was knxked out en the dience yelled "fooll" though Corbett ,
W C Norton; 1' C Smith, clerk. :' tional-< rg'e Mobley. J H MaW C'W Brown f "WANTED--Smart, active young refused u have a victory that
leti T J C Strickland, clerk. Iou W Cowtet J L Moore, man, not afraid' of work. Address or twenty-first round, and the championship way.
NO. OEOBOETOWN.. J Rogers; George 71 Cote, J L Maall. call on CnA "KTJPPERBWSCH, Restau SEVENTIETH.: BOUND. .

State and "ountJ-P Y :Jennings, JJO. 20-BANNERriLLE- ., *FaNrkAcn.atre Entwlrtle, Tboma Samuel Ownee.Orentreet. rant. aulS-2 of the world descends to James Corbett. was first up again looking

Adam King, Wm. Perry; E W J Far- State and County-John Harvey, J O W Gardner, T C Preeeott, Corbett. The following are the rounds: none the worm forwear. Sullivan Landed -

rish, slerk. T Minton. hr., Aaron V arnes, W U. J B T f Inlay.ITT> E F Finkney N Parrott f OIIANGE GROVE FOB SALE. TEJt FIRST BOUND. a stood left, through his rigbt"fozv
N'tlol1&lY.VUJiams; I? H Cau. Miller, deik. M J Jenkins, J F Rhoade. TJTO miles trom Palatka, containing 30 the body was short. No Severe puisb- -
fey, Wrn. Perry J'C Tucker. clerk. Ntional-JJ Harvey, B F Minton, Wm C Jernlgan. Columbus H Smith, acres of land, feuced; 300 Orange ,Sullivan was on the aggressive. He bent was administered to either man
E A Kemp, Milton Stephen. Trees ,100- of which are ,old bearing a right but missed by five feet.
D Bonanoon; M 1 Fierce clerk. B F Joseph Stewart. swans; In.this.,round. .. .
NO. 3-S0Rw ALx. "i.OWUI', J J turner, trees Also Peach, Plum ,and, other Sullivan then rushed bat Corbett '
State and County-J II Beasley, Death. r. Wairwood W Walter fruit. Good house and water; -near jumped away. Sullinl)looked vicious jaoiTTEEKTH BOUND. *

William Roberts, W K Pierce; D L Sa4 J B L M MathU Manll., Hamp M M Whitener.William, Lundy Station. Price 91,000. now and rushed in at Corbett, who ran Corbett wks;ajTuYual, the first to refc

Morgan, Berk.National1.110. The sympathies of our people are o 3 B Wade, Tbo J Zorfl. Address M. H. DALTON, Palatka, away and smiled, both sparring. Sullivan pond. A beantifuT'Vapy took place Lathe :

Bard, N'II Tb.mas, mingled with the sorrow stricKen family' PRECINCT 1. Florida... aulS- tried to corner Corbett, who slip teeter of the ring: Cobett landed:

W K Pierce; Harvey Bard clerk. of Rev.; }Ir. Householder, pastor of effASbith KM Moore ped away. The song sounded on a two ttomach putsches, but got two light
death of Granville Deal lines Moody f 'PLANTS OF TUE BEAUTIFUL very tame round. punches on the head. Sullivan was
NO." 4-WELAKA. the Methodist Church, In the Joke H Bnrchfted Wm Moore' ZANZIUAB WATER LILT For sale extremely cautious; although he got
noumJ.Corbett .
Alex McClellaaWPBa SECOND!
State and County-(;eo. E Peguis. their dear little boy, which occurredlast 8 MoMman* STOwen* cheap;, five for one dollar;.seeds,three four heavy lights l,n the face. This '

W W Stephens, K J Broad; J II Sunday Slight at the parsonage. J C Carter John E Fenny (packets for.:0 cents. Address W. E, dancod around Sullivan and was'ail CorbettViround. '
W W A RowBpcen Sullivan
Chitty'm to Corbett
Green, clerk: 'J. ,, '. ; The little fellow was a bright and Pelworth J D Roger t'ALtEItzlake Como, FL%. jyl-tf who attempted corner Ii ,
NaUoual--H II Bryant,C r lvaldwn, P 1>inner Marshall ti SmithE slipped away, getting a cinched NINETEENTH BOUND.
R J Broad John })aUow'cl rk.XO. promising child abd a great favorite E Hiirley neat W Stewart i "A dx T1 'TO'LOAl.? On'Improved on the shoulder. The men Both men were quick to.respond.
; His early death has created a void that Philip*.MT Hill.'W KnowlU.o Jr. C A W Yennatit Tucker City Propvriy.' GlLtis & GILUS.jel7tf and both landed vicious blows on the They boxed cautiously, Sullivan landing

.. 6-COMO., will long bV felt in the distressed i W f Ken'"y Robert TaylorJohb neck, Sullivan an upper cut and Corbelt and Corbett retaillating on the
Slate and Oounty J W Harrison,? Lee lease William* touched him with the left little la- stomach and then stepping away from '
Horace Prvor family.A Joseph Lewis Duane Bros.' market Is always ter. Sparring followed and then Sullf-
B Jamison, J E Starr; a heavy ri;hL The champion looked
clerk. flve.teat'- ld'b''l' tnari.tS01Teredror .:j PRECINCT supplied with Fresh" Northern and van landed a heavy riscet on the shoul tired. Sullivan's ieft was continually
Dasenberry W S aI Angu4ms..&Jba Arthur Lewis Florida Meat' 'inhSMf der. Corbett gut back on the stomach.
National-D .E i in motion, seemtnely from rattles
safe. "See notice elsewhere?: :: S C Grow' A Pararoor -"H.' r-4 ifr i-
PryMl E Starr; E N MauU, derk. "'.. I "....1' v1t' 4 Alt4onbgraham. JPrinpeRonndtree t lfoa! The gong sounded. Honors were easy. The Californian looked too clever for
Walter "Fott SALE Three"Small ejnearUnidn ,
Thorna *
him and he
J xo' i.A. FOB.COpVTY. Jt'I GE.-j t tI ", ? PRECINCT. Pallr6f "l>epot. :Must be THIRD ROUND. laughed sarcastically at
::1 the ashe boxed for
champion leisurely
f.4at G-mIO Coo> m candN '1J U herebY"-announce myself, a J II KabertFrmon f JobusonNV be had bj 'addreasin'C. F. DENISON left. Sullivan, leading for a nght on opening. YO
b. ; ,
HW Meeker quick lefts the stomach and Sullivan
derl dlt ; re-election for' the oftlpe 'of Chapman in
; date for .r ..JChnV crouch J PaAtortield P. a.; Pox 201. ap22-tf the stomach fell short lie" then lost.hi& from
A'allonal: : r Cook, fit' t AMrs, County dg'e/ .:: ,Vri*Fowler J RosenbergJGLHaeeer -1 swung a left u\t Corbett's back. Sullivan temper a staggegng right,
t.>
Walter Wt"8George "P; and rushed at his opponent, but he
W J Ktuu[. ; t J.l1dlow, dtnk. OSEPH BALDWIN.. EMTeleb.FRECTXCT TKA GENERAL MARKET.b0 was very aggressive., Corbett landed looked like a beaten man.
Duane Bros. for First-Class
to two heavy punches in the st macho
<1'7un. [ lt. fl1TB..Ltt I. .Meats!!, Poultry, etc. Everything first- They botb exchanged: bard lefts l'o the TWENTIETH ROUND.

....'. and Oounty-H.:A Hodges', T Ca i/o/a Cook. Stoves. .' ;.. bake{'. J David W Butler Cooper rVVrafciBfton B Jfthnmm class' Free delivery to all parts of the nee. Sullivan! made a lunge \ the Sullivan looked tired and his left

1 IFuk", T Ii.trteuune'W! S li JDUo H Smith city.*,, gar r. de13tft"Ca right hut t' ,ruett IIhpp j tJ:( aWl] 'nr wa very short he was! blowing hard
''4j'S better last and give A W Gilbert ,t ALw) .. ;
1i longer *
"k.,; : K HotcMfakon OMrVnrga on o Duane 'Bros iF'enry hett put a h< avv jtu I; >8 Su o ar. and seemed very cautious lit was
A Baker, \Jltd '. his bead back FJ
'
'dla- ,? Lery Whitman knocking : : ere not the rtftorntc, ferocious man of
t: r,,'ut:i.' : 7Aoa8 wet k'.'. \ better satisfaction "than'tany: PRECIXCT.. thing, you want in the way of FreahMealf tfKJpansTabiilcs tiohtng; : b NI "a the gOt" SOul ore. Both exchanged rights and
.and'ISsh, Poultry,, etc. mh21-
-I'aU.ATICA UCfaunI 4" < ZW Avery. WCSqalr.* 'T 1vASu' Su 1 livun was hciiten to the ropes witkrisrhts
"
Dtlil other nab, at !. FBECIXCT i. I '+' +bC and lefts. The champion was

t 1' iL h ; J C sand'. : r ols IF WIJE laasbLWrLI. banish pain.' 1'an nearly knocked tlown with a left on thepmaeb
I. R. DUl\JV'S. T Green Adam StephensrIIZCIYCT .a. ,* ',: I.-*"*" "" and a ri::tit I n the head.
JJEATlI UFIR; .lOn ,::UIJAnli1.: otbett wa'dead .nd unhurt
game soar
.11) W C Hstr' I J :
\ A d--t cs ,t ariM 8. .. .. "' / tri'It'a
Sullivan ri I I" C Mauds, clerk. .' .. i' 0 C' Win Rlngr : tit
\ I\6.J Tlf
''a Apply au this tIoy : .., (' !!y Tim Long l :.V MNl Jt.L1FLA., opt. tI ve clips on thlbf'OO and stomach.
*
'" U--I L ArolW HALL. r ifirtoSSw; MTnwfiw I' Editor Palatka n_. q.a *. 71. I ::he +:hatapioo' kn.'e!'w*.e nakin, and

N.r: : ; \ r-erre Pratt, But Big llaain3. "t c rn 1 =tt'"f,$";'ott .ll. ; wt&rric. Simon 3laugt C C Altrell ey.p 1&1 i* wjLli feelings heartfelt s6r t .r 'he seemed unn1.0! / dtitttA himself.

!,'r Al 1"ra?nelMt. Jay; J N Black- kinds at ami to' :...... ,,; .N 4' .", .' PRECTKCT'* row'and'l'adness We receited l ', firlt.tbe wit era Sullivan was fomrbt t 'tle. rof ea with

n..il. I"I'K." tA iii! coV&P.Cblef : >ii*eiAikotiJelu Pj stria. I ,; n ri tf' .'John'3t lftit r's :!ev.141it "- tglt ttiarel "hiavr rights and lefts l and the gong
&uoAal-B 1' V.iit John N. Walcl t'OR'CLE OF ciRccijr 10 seemed his only saf-iv.
t ,.
sA'r'ilbcka ; AAt ..' ( .1b }al\igtellibtuct;
lieu Jl M1'1IIne, k. .. W itw G.
tua, j. Gay; I hereby utnOt1Q .!a"bafididtefdr ; xrln4.Iu ..r14.5Lzi (' \A" :... bih. ylvGhtiocCtured- on Auv"i toot, TW.n'J'Xlt."T: YO DrCorbett

'$9. 13t-PALATKA--tNGLe.'E, : HOUSE.Stato. ; re dlet iotj f Tl ju..YI.fW1 \ swore p u>I ""' 'uwutorlL1Eatoa 'y .l.w gust 30th. at his residence, Nix lft! Corotpose I was the tint to l'el ponl'

.tr d ft&I..u-W P Anderson, Itt+uFt 'fY eD,4tespfcttus, ,(.=Moat +. -F1apk -W'd y 1 1C" r'iatis teK;iioadtf bUal.':'-4 t41 the.call.j tf time, 8utivan't left

t Jobu H.Uutts ',.1I15.4W\ennan!! Sib +'1'7IAP1'll' '' 'It1lllFTr- Jn.n.He. "W1't" ... ;iJi1: tie 'JW. rTlIe ''on 'rorn\f'j c ,rOCX, W J seryI.lke dt Jeatbwwve'rv'WRa1c.Awl' 'be mitredhrrk

.. Ilund,olerk. :. 1i *C or" L' Hmfr' Srt. ''T1 1 "'Ib iihDt
Natioua! (' P ))(-\'l ftUX, W P An Gco. F':,4iapLatxetu 4i rotN : '.: "- l oT"I n i frI z 2t ootprdlpun4i .tor. J>y hii: tae Wm thebawpionsllp'sjOC .

dereoa.Jotiti Duau; B W Howell, New York where be has benv. .ad* s()rat) I SolomonD.eaoe death uWQv realize, ,the loss" toUiia taaw'Coro ; saw

clerk. V few months.A .-." ..,.. .." J f' J-R ordtorn""' lHf W Naeeu community-of-01 'a' isood, true and l ; i iaiLslotinetaud '
log ft .. .. the r.hamp1Q.U: 1' e v..c.L a I'-fl. R-sAN MATKO.Srate -. *
JOO. S friend
j :I:Die J WinWan; pOble'Cbrijli; nel:hb r a.tid' <
jr*>oo : Sullivan; beaten -,'OWII'ith
: mat nose wa-:
CrJuftfj--V A iWTWy, yIIan' S : 1 uH line'"f iploaml Fatfcy Gro- J"tEm'T"t b. one'ho, uurjng'bis few mouths of last a

Crmiv) ck, cleric.Na'lonliII, Uiphard. Yelyiogton: ; -tA. et.tiet at IOWtcte f i,.J;ttlge,'r. Fred r lUfer W L H K Murrill Huff }\"HiKiJ1.J\ : ails ndwed bjmeelf! to all, bea tat'IJo its al: ) heavy rights'.....ircrtittemiited and lefts, to faffingeground mo-
( UKrnu lT
S Solana, F': "btYic, Call and d.aallne >g audget; jpcetiand. A A riiiIMt> A Race EDteri ..JV Lh-ChrituaIl zeal:! ia the e 5 and fight, but nature git* way and

F A Ilattejr It Y efvington;clerk, I << ...be..conuarcwl..11sa.1Lt},...Cru a. C R Race PRfcCIXCT, R F U.Smith Sunday School.wofk. and everything .rtrbeat' .1 I was counted oaf, and 'Cot'Le was

NO. 9-1"n, iSIUFY T UTt.: .. 1: d"A""U'- IJlI--: C II lien I J A Cwtett tending'to imprbre and:build up this roclaitaed; champion of Vrqerica by

E S F A taqo..e CaMnli .M.LCsstea\ '. .-, eomnipnity..It.! :: .ga9; wftn We.asant an- ItefereeD'uIfy
and Bugby
State County- I Miss Frances Willard;'whose literary; H Chancey; WA Doyle ,
Beach, J I )McCallum Julius 'Hannah, ettcrss E B Farrar- W B GiIrdoaHHloJeI'IOk tiapation'yewere! .1OQking.lo.rward to 'as the anditfjcbint The.eyatibn that Corbett rec ivef
and 'pon political > J H Grant uUiY&D will
productions Te ; punt: sal at i
clerk. 4>AH nel II Hard the return ,of h6 and his wife,-whomthey wins something tremendous, and he
National-J I )[McCallum. J B llob economy have 'gvSTenllwc' a wide repu- Wn,F Krulder W m P MarTin,JrTJSfcon intended td remain,and here com- on the rope'EJomr waited around the and
8 E Peck ring kiting
T erts, P E Beau; D II Gerald clerk.NO. tation, passed thrbugtiTur city Sunday BOUND. I
J A Phillips Cat. obert ", plete and establish a permanent -home, hugging his friends.
'
0-FEDERAL POINT. oa the Cuban fast Triatt Mss Willard James B Ro* er R Smith There were heavy exchanges and
i
osilloh B F Solana VT O Tilrhnun.A as this climate was more conducive to Corbett was still the ,eeeor. Sullivan Sullivan; made a speech in the 'enter
ag
CoInmbiaa
the
Brown J II holds an Important in Isaac WLlWPRECTXCTli. .
State and County-C-W J Wood "
1mlui01l and his health. was very tire*; of the ring, paying ha .was glad
I
Yelverton, E B Hazel. S R Bowen. Exposition %
'! clerk. was en route for Orlando ;on' business: Simon Baer .J I Unlae The favorable reports of his condition NINTH ROUND. America retained the championship;

National G P Yelverton, George connected with het-mission.. : J L Ilara I Jacob n received from time to time, made Both exchanged hot lefts twice. be had fought once too often in the

Wilkinson, Jr., S L Green} E B Hazel, irtat shall.in it 11 fl profit n u i -i man t f t If he gainthe **- i R F Mertereau R ReW. r H HRTcMdato O Payne J the sad announcement the more unex Both were very cautious. Sullivan jab- .

clerk. .. A F VoerlbAch U L Vincent pected and painful, hs having even re bed Jim in the wind. Corbett retaliated ing.A
NO. 21-BOSTWICK. whole world and then has the dyspepsia -: ZZacharta*. covered sufficiently to be out for a bard on the stomach. Corbett jabbed bijl granting pensions for service

t :State and County-Newman Crews, so bad that be can't enjoy 'any I PRECINCT A P 15.Wol Cants. walk on the morning before his death. Sullivan with the left. la the Florida Indian wars, up 10 ant
CaDOn
Edward North, John Hancock; JamesA of the good things It contains? He: Ch&r1el ae H Pratt RT Richard He died as he bad lived-passing TENTH 'ROUND. [including 1812, passed both Houses of

Parker, clerk.llaUonalJ wont have dyspepsia if he. takes De-. PRECINCT. away in a sweet and peaceful sleep, Both exchanged lefts on the neck. Congress a few week ago and .is nowa

F Canghlin, D P Han Wftt's Little Early Risers. P. F.reek.: J T Bleneoe B T Boyd reminding us of the passage" "He giveib Sullivan was now the agrelsor.Sulli law. Of course some of our old inhabitants
cock, J. C. Crews; Wm. Register, A. (t A CarweU W H Cohen. His beloved sleep. van struck Corbett in the neck with
clerk. Upper Lemon.* W A Grarner P B Gibson It is with sorrowing hearts we extend rushed are Interested in this:matter
light blow. Sullivan at Corbett
L S
Arthnr Pinner TrnlyfuU
NO. 16-INTEBLAOIEN. This section of the city has not yet Warren Taylor.1RECIKCT pur sincere sympathy and condolence and got jabbed in the nose. Corbettwas Capt. E. R. McKean, one of.Palatka'a

State end County-O H Ewing, J R recovered from the sad"jhock,. occasioned -, IT. to his dear wife and relatives cheered as the'goDllounded. well known citizens, who is now in
the sad loss and bereavement of .
.... Cone D F Baker; E S Smith, deik.National by thee rfeath 'W John'iJcGilLA J W L V Gre Boyd nam W I .wrenoe Kennerly Goodwin one in. who was so dearly loved by all. ELEVENTH ,ROUND. Washington City, will famish any Information ".

-Lott Allen Lee Morgan, sad feeling of stillness seems to )i.. J. HANLON. Corbett was fresh. Both men landed on this IrSortant/subject! '

D F Baker; J W Ball, ci.srk. hang over the place. Men still continue J L Barton PRECINCT Townsend IS. Dart good blows on the breast. Corbett desired. Be is well qualified, from'

f 140..17BALDwzN.Ptate .to.talk ia surpressed tones of the WnFord Henry Fad For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson landed a crushing left on Su1li an'. past experience, to attend to all business -

and p.nalt; R L J H Fad TBKolden of Des Moines Iowa was severe nose without a return. The champion entrusted to him
County- death of one whose presence and 3 Robert Ugytnstiny MaaonA ,
E Barker 'D P 'Johnson D MeBae T L Bobinnon was forced to the ropes and got two
Kennedy afticted chronic diarrhoea. He
; hearty laugh gave animation and life B L Sullivnn Elijah 9olBran ly with j jabs itf the nose.. Corbett was the ag.greHQr. n. Pulpit aad t.:8&ac..
clerk. dull times.TO B J Toat>!kL:>4 Oeo L Tucker *'At times it was severe so .
to very
National-W R Johnson, Chu. Lee Stephen White S M: Thames says: ; They clinched and S Uian Ker. F M. Shront, Pastor United

Hardy, E Barker; R D Vanse, clerk. THE CITIZENS OF PUTNAM COUNTTI PII Wectnard- Henry Wall muck so, that I feared it would end my !hurt Corbett a little. They iiliiijpn i Brethren Church,'Blue Mound, X D.,
\ PRECINCT U. life. About seven I chancedto vicious blows.! Honors were ..easy.TWELFTH .*-
years ago
.. NO. 14-u.urr's STORE.State : -fl. "I fed it my duty to tell what
hereby announce myself4 as an'in Gorse BenJamlft neck Caitright a bottle of Chamberlain'sQolic 'BO XD.
and Benj. E : A 8 Fort W 8 HaURJLaae procure wonders Dr.King's New Discovery baa
County- Morgan.
candidate for tti& ] Corbett landed left-bander twice
dependent 'oftcet"C' a on
; BRJlOMIey' Cholera' and Diarrhoea Remedy. ,
Martin Griffin, Jr., J E Lucas C CJ Newman L.A Omen the stomach. Sullivan left done for me. My Lungs were batfydiseased
a on
Tutnkm 'Count.r.nbject
Sheriff'of swung
Joseph, clerk.NationalCook. I ; to David Smith' T J ZMrtor It gave:..e prompt relief, and I believe Corbett's wind Corbett and my parishioners thoughtI
Carleton J D Points, the action of the voters in the coming D K Sluu Henry WaUoa cared me peraaanentiy as I DOW eotor aoea-ooen- could live few'
PRECINCT: 20. teed on the neck with a lelf t. Corbett only a weeks. I tools
clerk.NO.15rALATtAsgAnra '
J E Lucas B E Morgan, election.J.. H. SHELLET.: W H Coaeea W.Carter drink without hara anything I please." landed another left in the -stomach five" bottles of Drr King's: New.DacoT-

JIDoo'"LStale Good Syrup, 40 cents gallon at .James. Han F L.wfsLA.X Hall I have.ilea need inn my family with Sullivan.rushed Curbett. Corbett bit. ery and' am sound ,and well, gaining
JeMie Hotel 26lb [ "
hard in the stomach and nwels>lit,
neck.
and Usina Wm. M results. Sullivan
untr-A Grainger's. PRECINCT 21. the best, For sale by Acker- Arthur Love Lovt't
Stewart,Abe Baer; N'S CoUtnarclerNationalJoseQb'Price : H"l'Baltea Stewart THrBTBBNTU BoaD. ,Manager Funny
& .
f a1 Andrew BeU man Druggists.W. Combination, writes: "After a thoeougha
,.William M H. H >?sT 1., aerl'3 lu hePa:1&tb H A Cr wEDChuae J a Durdea Sullivan landed: a left light oa Cor trial and evidence !
Jew Liana convincing ,
ILtughton, Abe Baer; W: H Pans I : : postofflce, has received, jnoUfi- QWDan. Jew Green .Kirby, a colored brakeman on the bett's neck. Sullivan led with a left am eoudenDr. King's Kew Discovery -

clerk 1NO ration ref J \ppoialmeltt'as a'subsU-- I Joseph<< Lee M Norman C L hni.I WMalntonPREOXCTZS. Georgia Southern, w s the victim Sat- on Corbett's wind. Sullivan was ti6eaggressor. .for CoBftamptlon. beats 'em all,and..!
23-FRANCISi .. \ Wm. 8Iere.
:X H I tote)la.J.he railway mail, serrbe. Mr 11 WiUi ns WtWlrt arday night two miles north of Valdosta Sullivan got a left poach cures) when everything else falls. Tho
State and County JI Groom A 0 in the nose. kindness I do
Palmer received the highest cent. which resulted la hit death. It seems greatest can my many;
James
Crown, P Boyd; J M Cannon, per FOURTEENTH ROUND. thousand friends is to urge them tor
,. clerk. of the twenty-one applicants examines Hataxn.BTOVB KWGnea test JMt as Ute north-bound freight was. try It." tee trial bottles at Lo'fIJ'Y.k.
Sullivan landed hard Corbett'sneek.
i National-Rufus Howell, Jas Cannon for the position. t J 4 H MCU f W. JANecbeck.H C McOMC pallid away'from a wood rack Kirby, Both men landed on good blows Uulse's Drugstore. ItegnlarsaeaOn; .
James P R L Beck clerk. "
i Boyd '. -"
; F BPUM. hIe'eaCleaTor sad 100. ,
in toga abound fell lefts
I Three-pound Can TomtoeslO cents '" UDder and both exchanged heavy on the -. ..
KO. 2J-COURT HOUSE at Grtinger's. "fjf J. PRECINCT U. ;. the wheels and WM terribly mangled head. Corbett tabbed Sullivan. Both --,

State and County--W A Livingston, Beat IS Brown HDHard Jackson BHpaamacoa Moore ,both legs and one arm being sev exchanged lefts. Both landed hot on The young man of courage and resources '' .
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f G M Davis, Wm. Item E C Post,' Geo. E. Miller, who has served so T L Jlcoy A J OdnjLenrael eredbTte wheels. The unfortunate .he neck. Sullivan landed a good left "Who will purchase 1,000 or 2.- .'

clerk. long and faithfully as foreman the J. 8carborooB J A ColrerMoeeeJackaoa on Corbett's forekead. Corbett was 000 acres of the flatwoods at f2.ro an r
JackOdoKPRECINCT man's remains were taken to lake
National M Hanghlon, Wm. Iver, now on the cefenaive.
A T Baugher E C 1 oat, derk. T. & JL W. Railway Company,ihas tendered S3. .;. City for ....iatera&enUKirby was well FIFTEENTH; BOUND. acre, can,in ten years, have a herd of
his resignation, and will accepta John A Aadenoff C H Borg improved cattle on it worth $25 ahead
NO. 24-PALATKA-COR. X.ADlso..AND J L Brown W W Beck known hen, formerly worked Sullivan forced C.rbett around. Cor '

PECK: STREETS. position with the bit Coast lines at HWHiae R W Calvin Perry JDHarnare;Ioaovan *< for.John C/Jlaabe. ,. bett swung a right bander Snllivan's and his land mostly stocked

J Augustine.. J C Hampton Spencer -on 't .- neck and they clinched and were sepalsled. down with Louisiana grass, makingit -
State and Countr-J D Jeffords, Archie Keaton A>tam Lanc aster It's not verypleasant to cough and hard in worth
John Deal Robert Cairnes J J Cos- Five learn that Mr. Miller is one of LeeSBLewtt Sullivan got a one the at least $12 an acre.-Florida.
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J.T.'. oldest Lery Lwan.t rwis ear. Coibett landed abeavvbJow1ri1b Dispatch. .
teilo. clerk.Nauont. men. His men,.whom Henry suffer -
lie Tbonuu MeFagpa l a.McCarthy pain and the left on Sullivan's head. Sullivangave .
__ e odds, John Beal.. has always treated with 'tindriws. John MeOW Charte Kaele I.L,. To inochest back T Corbett a hard in the :

... Chi u; J JCostello, clerk. '. will regret his action. -"':., .- NBo Rudolph.Btree BraU B.a.Lewi TooWr* Byat.Jr' ;":."' '- Many people could stop ft, for sure stomach. Both landed punch lefts. Corbett Judge.Irringf6Srs! after/ pen4tng a.

_p.u..tt.iJSG "1t HOVSt.Otn 1 A inore effideot man for the position Melton Tonwr Tatentioe WIUW\fWia1nli4"t'IBie': V By simply nshg bpe- 'C *gb. "Cure.P. .- landed ajeft on Sullivan's stomach and few weekaln Xor* roSolKa, rtunied

Y'" J Tmenian, would be hard to.find." : %#. *'*.' WE Van Allen Robert Wallace ,. F. Pee1t' f jumped away without a return. Cor-. home last night.r' j .. :; .

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; OUR WASHINGTON ..LETTERWAUIAGIOX COMO NOTES. FREKMCK
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Correepondenc Falatka Ti aL"" .
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( 1 COO, September P Pracltal House Painter
A mrkedV: feature of the;present urnedtfrom
.,..Hr. Dusenberry has($ ,
I campaign is* the great difference be- Jacksonville. We ho e' he will star
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in l tween the war prominent Uepnblicani with us for a while now and help and Paper Hanin[. [He.PALAT .

lluP woo come lo Washington talk for pub- break the monotony.A A, FLA.
,
; I
t tO tf lr licstiou and .the *!aj they talk trnqnj young man in this vicinity put his Orders received Central Hotel

i d themselves. In published luterviewi best clothes out to air the other day J11-tf

they all with} one accord talk as though: before going out calling. A sudden
Wbo
', li AwJAUT a a are W'E.UEK"OC8
the campaign wa already settled inI I shower came up; he forgot to take his I I II.n.tvai wku In foray, DC..d

then favor and the election a men clothes in and did not go calling as he ME IU II Iguoranee Hgor BOD\has.. )ibis tri1It"d aDd away lAX thPtr

f6rmalitf ttnt roust be gone through intended 11000. _a blC.nble drams
I I swab or
with just to keep up appearances; but We see the Commissioners have been Backache D ube. *.WM.Ids....Headache../ Me s.'

let two or three of ttemmeet privately, having guide posts put up at branching OfT leading I"tmplee.poII early decay tM Conranpthta face,and all or the effect

.. ,. CUAPTEX YZyrL !! jonn's a1.etnenaoouT..going away ana where 'they think themselves safe from points along the public roads. They end for BOOK U Lirk..("raledfr erwltBparticular
of home cure No
raised an Indignant protest; clasping a CTKK No PAY
DOC. him more tightly than ever, she cried: WAS DOW BMIDK: HIM. the sharp ears of wicked and prying should have furnished a card with the DR. PAKKtR, Mo X.Cherry,

4 Janefs little girl with the qnfck U- 'Don not do'way tall, 'ceptln he take newspaper men, and to hear them re I alphabet on it so that their employe "y- NaahTiUe. a..

.tuition of childhood,had discovered heart that Dot too." "You see,? said John to seeing a festive colt which had'strayed minus one of the line of the familial' could make his letters correctly. (ITT wows who have Hra
John was a roan after her own Janet, who made no reply, but takingthe in through an open fate, nibbling at a QUILL. Ktckacae. Neuralgiam .Scaaty:
"Oh What Difference the
When ha was about the boose or yard child'from hint burst into tears and favorite rose bush, be ran after the colt,, song, a in S I Preface and Palatal M ntnia-

she followed him about like a small fled into the house | tripped on a little stick and fell full Morning." -Remarks by Bin Nye.** tloa menu of Di*the xdrra Womb aad aad 1-i.pJ.ot Sexual

shadow, ontO tired oat she would cry John hunted Mrs. Gregory and length hitting his temple against a Two office holders-U. S. Treasure! Bill Nye's latest book is now being Organ*. BairrnneM.LmonrrtMra,
Tota up should wad for WOMAN'S BOOK or Lift
.ou1.i most" peremptory fashion told his story, with the wooden-headed- block of wood. Dot. who had been Nebeker, and Assistant Secretary) of issued in a special edition for the East (.ealed), free wits particulars for' home cure.

me Don and John wouldobediently el on such matters IlewM highly elated at the performance, was Crounse who is also the and Georgia Rail. So CIKK No PAT,
perch her on his shoulder where with ness pun when the Treasury Tennessee, Virginia Scientific Qualification. Unlimited Kxperience. .
In childish bat
about his neck she would cling utterly discouraged, and told Mrs outing glee Republican candidate for Governor ol road. It contains 504 page and 250 I Careful Dtagen.ts and Honent Repr.
one arm Gregory that be was satisfied thatanet'a John did not get up she ran to him.and MMtatioo are UM Menu of our (arc M. Ad.I .
Nebraska returned from visits to their illustrations. The book formerly sold I dress C. W. PARKaR: M.D.
like monkey. Every time he went to seeing the blood trickling from his I
a heart was buried in Lanvale'sgrave Imye Md:of. Cherry Ma.hllle,'h"..
_town his return... for her a season and that it would be distressingher pIe, she ran to the house creaming WD-I respective States this week, and before for ?3, but can now be had by sending

Cf great rejoicing She would rnn unnecessarily to recur to the question MDon had hunted hisself. Mrs they had shaken the.dust of travel 13 two-cent stamp to B. W. Wrenn DEFORMITIES !
mage his pockets and poll out the and that the best thing bo ory and Janet seeing from the child'i
again, from their clothes they both gave out General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
small treasures purposely pat there for could do would be to emigrate. "Don't terror that something had happened tc Cnwa Eye: ;If air Lip Curvature of the Spine.
her delectation with shouts of delight frighten her, ran out, and seeing John rose-colored interviews of Republicanprospects Knoxville, Tenn. It is guaranteed to Club Feet Hip Joint Disease, and all t>f.irmt-
believe such rubbish for minute
yon a I tin of tae Hand*, Arms Lee and feet,radically
Several young men of the vicinity at John. You go along about your business lying in the yard got to him as quickly in Indiana and Nebraska, in cure the blues quicker than any other cured.

traded by the handsome young widow. and after a bit yon try again and as possible. Janet was down beside which those States were slated to be i known remedy and the price is within

began to pay occasional visits to the don't be too faint-hearted." As the advice him with his head on her bosom crying entirely out of the doubtful list. By a the reach of all. i DISFIGyBEMENTS.

house. They met with polite but distant chime In with John'i bitterly, and baying:: I
happened to accident I learned the real
treatment from Janet and with withes he took ItCriAPTER "Oh, mother If John is dead, I will mere opinions Mrs. Frank Leslie says her ideal of a i Superfluous
open hostility from Dot who would never forgive myself that I did not lei of hose two nitn. Nebeker sent I perfect holiday is not rest from work, valuable treatise on the almre. Addre**.

have none of them. a.C' Jx.PAkllllfO him know how<< much I lined him." word to Mr. Harrison and to his man I but work the of C. W.1"'R KE1t,M.D..
change of on principle my- MO N.Cherrv. Sa'la1'llle.Tens
On one occasion one of them bolder roe PROm. Mrs Gregory, though very mucb Carter that unless something was im. i who said he
the
than the rest having Dot to himself out The end of the year bad found John alarmed, felt his pulse and heart saw mediately done to satisfy the disaffected plantation dsrry, /" *> : andVToIjltUlVlJlS -
on the porch, ventured to ask that after selling his cotton at a good price. that he was not dead, dipped her handkerchief would leave off work and go to sawing MKX sMsed mN from any

;young lady if she would not like to hare | with a round sum In hand but then i In cold water and applied to Republicans in the Fort Wayne wood. She finds a greater rest in valuable form of wok CHkOC on their DI.E.81 attlirtioo, can(nealed semen)free a

another papa, whereupon Miss Dot set of land the his head; in a few minutes he recoveredoonsciouatocM. District of Indiana all hope of carrying. change of work than in utter idleness, and learn bow they can be cared .t hoaie, by
up a vociferous howL MI won't have nobody was a large acreage open on II .and asked:"What was Uu the State might as well be abandoned. I writing DR.PARKER Jt CO"340 N CMrftav STN' .
place which was threatening to revert which, to her, is the most fatiguing > nviLLK,Trsx. hotter write U -day: delay
but Poppy Don-'oo ro' way, and back to the wilderness. Ue calculatedthat I So much for his confidence! Mr. condition in life. afe daD roa.. Plea e .tate vonr trouble and
rttreat1ng1naldepromptly made known how long afflicted. mys-
he could buy up a lot of cheap ponies i Crounse feels so uncertain about the I
the situation to her mother and grand
mother. The man whose Indiscreet and by doubling theta up bring matter He was told that be had result in his State that he is loth to A Series at Popular Excaraloaa. THE
young the whole under cultivation. After fallen down and received a bad blowon of lowest fare
question had raised the storm retreated resign his present office, and wants to Excursion rates one !

in great haste, and John being much thought he abandoned the Idea i the head. He lay still a few minutes fix it so that when he does resign his for the round trip has been establishedvia
and took heroic resolution. He laid ; his aroGndJanet's
a then feebly putting arm
absent,at the moment there..DO one the first of October the E. T. V. & G. Railway, as follows -
In a full supply of groceries and plantation i neck lie said in his quaint way pay will run to ,
but Mrs to notice
Janet's present blushes., and Gregory she seised the opportunity tools and paid the taxes. He then i "Janet, you seem Tery willing to doctor and the place be kept vacant until : StearnsVilld\ Mill

to to Janet: found that he could buy twenty good i a broken'head, what do you say to trying after the election, in oilier that be may To Denver, Colorado, on account of
AY mules half cash and still hare heart Triennial Conclave.
a hand the
pay your on lie Knights Templar
defeated.
; John and if be
pat be
"Whydontyou gets
marry little money for emergencies.. He hada Janet did not answer in words but: reappomted Tickets to be sold August 3, 4,5 and 6,
an end J.beseyoungmeD'a visits which horror of debt, but reasoning that she looked at him a moment with her has appealed to the National Committee limited to October 12. Fare from Jacksonville

seem so unwelcome I cotton would bring a good price for two heart in her eyes. and stooped and for financial assistance in his cam $43.80.
.. distressed. )
Janet greatly J or threi seasons he concluded to risk it. kissed him. paign, with the statement that it is To Kansas City, Mo., account of
OhJ mother how can you be so cruel His m'Ad made np he acted promptly Uncle Jim. who had hobbled np front defeat. Knights Fhythlas Biennial Encampment /t
certain
You know that I think of or
can never and t' L wet January; days found him the cabin as fast as his seventy year money ; tickets to be sold August 18, 19

such a thing again u marrying, and I grul B bushes,resetting fences,burning I would allow, turned away snuffling andejaculating It may be that Secretary Tracy can and 20, limited to September 15. Fare

could not be so unjust. to give such a and getting ready for a big explain satisfactorily the charges from Jacksonville, $25.65.

worthless remnant to a good man like trop b'orked early and late, so that -Bless de Lord." which the New York Herald daily reiterates To Washington, D. C., and return,

John which, I even have if he evidence.should"want me, of the Ij eople sav: f of him, Jobn'was as good as new in ten days -that the change in the rmor account G. A. R. annual encampment,
no % bean there 20. Dates
an "Tbed that and on Christmas day there was a royal to September
Mrs Gregory looked sharply aU anet'. of the new war vessels was made at
; J. had wedding at the Gregory plantation.The that tickets will be sold, limits, etc.,
flashed lace and tearful eyes, said i tm, couple went on a the request of the firms that make the will be announced later. Fare from
young away
"fthaw," and went about her business.. will several hundred Jacksonville $22.65. Route lays by
that it
er short tour and at Uncle Jim's earnest armor, and put ,
The occurrence rankled in Dot's mind] solicitation Mrs Gregory concluded to ,thousands of dollars in the pockets way of Chattanooga and thence via the
and when John was sitting down by the beautiful "Shenandoah Valley Route."
hare what the old man called aa "In- but the
aforesaid firms ugly
fire that evening after supper, as was d far" on their return. of the To Chattanooga, account reunion of

his custom, to spend aa hour with the x We hare space to mention but two Incidents fact remains, that up to the present the Army of the Cumberland; tickets

family before going to his own room, i of oo ne of this -Inf ar." Judge BudisUl: time he has not done so, and to attempt on sale September 14 and 15, limitedto .

she climbed on his lap put both arms : by said who i charges made by September 20. Fare from Jackson. The most durable
war to a strange gentleman was to pooh, pooh : lightest,strongest, ,
around his neck, squeezed him hard : sty present: "The finest.couple Teras.sir," so responsible a journal aa the Herald i yule, $14.60 i hag been built and in constant use for

and gravely announced: I pl and Uncle Jim made the longest speech with intelligent To Chicago, account dedicatory ceremonies Tears, has stood the test of time, is
"I des loftS'oo, Don." I 14'- sere .f his life to the assembled company, la will hardly go down an World's Fair Building; ticketson suitable for ah classes of work. Ask '

There was a general laugh which offended 1 -up, this wIae: public. The charge of favoritism, sale October 8 and 9. limited to for illustrated matter giving descrip

the little lady, whereat she began Fnr seventy years and three generations I not to call it by a worse name, has October 18. Fare from Jacksonville, lion of our wheel luade with mailable

to air her grievances. Janet seeing I Cher I hab followed de Gregory fambly. been specifically made, and nothing $25. Date of opening is likely] to be iron felloes, strongest and lightest
what was coming, seised her,protestingmost i changed by act of Congress, in which
own When Mars Kane wheel in the trade.
Henry'sad will
vehemently, and carried her off to I young short of an answer just as specific case dates of sale,limits, etc., will also
of and
Henry was killed in d. was, I felt like We build all sizes both power
bed. Janet did not and Mrs. i I satisfy the unprejudiced public. If be changed.
return
,
de Lord had put a heby load. on on pore pumping mills, general Wind Mill supplies
Gregory, who was a shrewd woman baj ?isaof ole nigger, to keer- fur dim helpless Secretary Tracy can prove the Heraldto All these rates will be open to the of all kind.. Tank work ot every

her way told John of the small tempestof it; taxably, and den when He let Mars be wrong:,it is a duty he owes to the public. See your nearest coupon agent, kind a specialty. Goods are fully guar
address F. M. D. P. A. Jack.
or Jolly
,the day. J'ohD..t. quietly for many he when John earn back I felt tat de Lord was administration, as well as to his own anteed.
minutes; then he spoke, as if thinking 'hat sen vllle, Fla.; Chas. N. Right, A. G. Will farmers and others wholesale
in
to sheer de give
good gibin me a partner
aloud good name, to do so at once. P. A., Atlanta; B. W. Wrenn, G. P.
: tIIe where we have no agents.
his spoasibQity and den when I. des prices
MI shall ask Janet. to marry me aDd if sprocious yean fellers tek' to rennin Secretary Tracy is coming in for eonsiderable -: A., Knoxville.KCCULATC. Send for our large 72-paze Illustrated

she declines I must leave here. I cannot ; here I wus powerful feared Miss Janey criticism because of the unprotected -i Catalogue and mention this paper.

stay here and see her marry anoth the ty. tek up wid some on'em, cot Mars*John position of American interests NNNN.NN............N5N Address all correspondence to the

er'man.." "No I: as he des go long like old shoe, but bless in South America, which was

"John, I am surprised at yon. If I he poInt of de Lord it all done cum right, at larst. mind the forcible :. .. STEARNS MANUFACTURING CO.
to by
sharply brought
did not know you to be a brave maD I and co A still fnsIsL You is a plain man, Man John, but .. mh25.tf Ind.U. S. A
would >you a coward. Now, I am told then vat duty was to his family. den you holy is a man.SUMMER ." seizure of political refugees on rl, : Connersvllle, a

going to take your affairs la hand. I The. Rghed at that, which made (rim UD.] passenger steamship carrying the : EXECUTOR'S NOTICE!

don't know which is the most foolish, John indicant, and "he towered np I American flag, the other day, by Ven- : THE :

you or Janet She thinks she must be over them in righteous wrath, u he zuelans and the consequent hurried : STOMACH LIVER AND BOWELS, : ALL FERSOS CfTERESTEn WILL TAKE
loyal to the of that maD who RATES. A ee that the Mdtrvigiied have been ape
memory said: Concord from : pointed by the Comity Judge of Putnam County,
of the :
ordering gun-boat PURIFY THE BLOOD.
did his best td embitter her life,and yon "Gentlemen, everything I am In this bin" Exernlor of MM Ut will and testament<>t
talk about running away like a schoolboy world I owe to that family. I am now The" Georgi Southern and Florida i the Atlantic coast to Venzuelan wa : A KUA Lt KMfOY Foal tLdta..w..8u1e..b LEONARD HOLM deceased and tbo.

from a whipping, and both of you their sole dependence, and may God, Railroad is now preparing rates for the ters. When the social influences of : 8a.i..as,CoMtl. : having prewnt debts them and for payment claima>?alu na t said at Sprint ettaM field.will

fairly in love or I am no judge""Do who has been so good to me, desert me travel out of Florida to all Summer Resorts the officers of the navy were many :. PUctaoia-Ckr..leiJv.Tr..bt.y Bad CoaaJexfaa DromterT.Offmtre .: Ohio[ Those, without indebted delay.to.ald estate will settle) with

you really think Janet cares former utterly if I ever leave them for anything which win shortly be placed on months scheming to have the best I : Breotfc, ..d all ber4en of the .... ROKERT 1.. HOLM AX,
in this world. I thank you for ago at..-a. u.. sad ._.... : EDWARD r. HOLM AX.'
know ale. ships in our navy spend the summer on : Kipu*TttalM t. Ula aothfair teJvrtoM tofa : larch 29,192. Executors.aah2.55w .
MI do not think stall I it Sow
which exceeds .
your kindness far my This line is the shortest and fastest BWM*delicaU*MMUtmttna. P1d..oi fcl t t..
ask her to the Atlantic coast to give the "dear : "af*.ffaetuL Gift taamdlAt. *relief :
to-morrow,1Ou 1Dan'1)"OU.aDd merit but I must decline absolutely. ,
out of Florida carrying the West India .del drspg A trW.we s..c- by enC
U she declines tell her that -rec::..t L .... A44,- :
you you The leader of the delegation, a grizzled and Florida mail to all points West ducks" who dance so delightfully, I. L. Purcell
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL
will give her one more year to make up veteran of fifty himself a man of : CO. : .
Trains arrive and depart to in a
and Noithweit. you know, an opportunity put H SFKCd 8TKRT KXW YOU CIXT. .
her mind, and If1 she docs will not come mark* looked at the strong, resolute from UniOn Depots, Palatka and little time at all the fashionable seaside :.....NNNNN..............N.NMerryday
around la that year then I give you young man with the Indignant flash on lacon. Connection made with al ATTORNEY

leave to go." his face, and baring his head, reached lines in Macon with the vestibule limited resorts. Secretary Tracy was beggedby

out his hand: for the Carolina, Virginia and those interested to keep one or two And Councilor M Law eppolt.tb. Crt

CHAPTER A roouts XXVin.PAIL "CoL newson I beg your pardon. I the East, and with through sleeping vessels in South American waters to practice UVOM.la all Courts fALATKA, ....
honor your sentiments and your resolution. car line for resorts in Tennessee Ken. look after American interests which .llW
The next morning, John, with Dot
Good-day sir. and all .l orth and North
tucky points
perched on his shoulder walked to constantly jeopardized by the un
up are
When John mentioned the bare fact west. Sleeping can between Falatka & Paine
Janet, who was standing on the porch, of the invitation and the declination at and :Macon. settled condition of several of the DRUNKENNESS

and, without warning,rushed into business the house, both 1IL.... Gregory and Janet Trains leave as follows: countries over there, but he could not .

exclaimed against his decision but he .A.. M. P. X. stand the social "pud i" hence the JACKSONVILLE FLA. or tb. UtI->>.... resurvey Geed. .
'J Ulet will the .
you not give me brad .Iea.rtQC Dr. Hal... 1
turned them off laughingly declaringthat Patatka..4:45 4.45 unsatisfactory condition of ........ ap.naw
place of father to Dot It is hardly present J
he would not Spoil a good 24 6:30 n......tut.ncI..a pewter,watob ea>be glees '
for me to how I have llampton..6: u s k..e N. or M. la toad
necessary long affairs. evp er
say fanner by turning him into: a poor politician Lake ..... 7.41 8:50 wtwoat15ak.eel:.*of ta .= .. It..aMtaMlrM.wa
loved yon, that is a fact too well knownto City The possibility of an extra sessionof Violins Banjos a.r.i.... ud-writ ..M S p.r..e, aed ......,.
For folders and other information, ch r tae p.ct.u. t. a ssdwaN >* *
you. Some little time after this Mrs. Gregory Washington all in aflutter M ateofcolM wrack. U BM boos CI-TVO la % .=.:
apply toA. Congress put ... ..
Janet flushed then ef. sad la vrcrr tn ae a p.rtra.ort *BM lot
turned
and began to fence.up pale< meeting'with Judge BndisUl (the C. KAPT, JAS. MKNZIES, this week; that is, if the rumor STRINGS :SHEET MUS CIC b towvd.wita.It..nr OTtSajt rlh...,toew Tfc...y.Mm.atut..*-IIoab&r'$ eewm- _,
spokesman of the delegation), that gen Traffic Manager. Gen. Agent rees ta.boa.appettte t* en.s.blot.DCJI
"I do not think yon ought distress tleman congratulated her on having Diaoon Ga. Jac onTilIe.; prevalent about Mr. Harrison intending arrnnc. co, ** rrACKIRMAX me.,

me with such questions John. Yon know suck faithful< lly and told her the x to call an extra session to Pro. for Cash to M pee. boot ell r.ws ab.ouzo. M use elf
All Prices or on terms,
that there can be no for A. OIKI/S A account of the
more marrying whole story;; Mss Gregory told it to LTTTLK KXFXRIEMCK XX hibit immigration on A SRw.urr.Dnat

me and I do not see why such a man aa Janet, with kindling. eye, and Janet LIGHTBOtfSK. spread of cholera m Europe may be suit. oc93mR.W.&W.M.MVIS PalaUa.ru.mm.

you, who could hare his pick of the was deeply touched bat Mrs. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are said to make a possibility. Treasury

should want such poor wreck said about Department officials, who ought to
nothing the
country like wise woman, keeper of Government
LIghthouseI know If such a thing was contem '
I nearest her heart
that
"It may be bed taste, but you know the matter was Sandbeach, :Mich., and I plated, decline to talk about it, si- ,

my tastes are not capricious,Janet, and CHAPTER XIX.AT with a daughter, four years old. Last though several of them admitted thata AT ORNEYS AT CAW

the only pick of this country that I want LAST. April she was taken down with Measles suspension of immigration would

yourself. As for you not marrying John's incessant toil watchfulness, followed with a dreadful cough help very much in keeping the choleraout Hickman-Ktnn riY Block, Lemon Street
again that is rank l' '1WnH. A and turning into a fever. Doctors at of the United'htates. Senator
young and easeful cultivation was paid with Patatka.! Fla. aleJ1 Careata,and'I'rI.s.arb"JtItafwd.and all Fat .
woman of jour age aDd attractions. has I harvest By the last of November home and at Detroit treated her but in Cnllom, of Illinois now in Washington c'badness conducted tor Maaerate Fee*.
no right to talk like a superannuated I a generous vain; she grew worse rapidly until says he does not believe there is Oar Ottcs Is OopawU U.S Patent 0e
of the was
the business sad tics.
can
year we secure patent ia lees time taaa
grandmother." I the was in fine he was a mere"handful ot bones." any foundation for the rumor, and E. E. :HASKELL remote Iron WaebUftm
"Well. have quite made up my mind, i closed up plantation of all Then she tried Dr. King's New J>is. there is no necessity at this tune for Bead model, 4n'l'iDI'or phnto.. witBd. er1>
condition abundant provision tton. We advise, U
patmtabi free art
ee act
John not to marry again and I hope I kinds on the place, no debts and ten every,and after the'use of two and a any law absolutely probibititing immtgratlon LA. "' V-Y B. enarse.'- Ow fee not dn u r 4.
you will not distress me by again bring I factor's handsat half bottles, was completely cured. although he admits: that it A Ps.Nist.-How to( aJlhtuu."with.
in the
ing up the; question." thousand Galvecton.dollars He sat up one night, They say Dr. Atn '. New Discovery may betome necessary: if the cholera tows:sent.tsar free.chats Address.C.A.SNOW&C0.is.yoaz Stara:, county.or

Jwbn felt. annoyed; what man would made statement of affairs which .is worth is weight in gold,yet you n.ay continues to Increase in Europe. Omen-Second street cppcattov Court HowPALATXA.

not under like circumstances But he I I he submitted up a to Mrs. Gregory and told 'et a trial bottle free at Lowry i A.B.BuckteR's FLORIDA. .

mastered his temper and replied,coolly: her that the next day he would make dulse's drug 'tore.NORKINGMEN. Arnica Salve. aI Oj>peRs Pstsst Oflce.......-.D.C.

"1 shall bring It up once more, Janet, Janet a final offer. Mrs. Gregory encouraged The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
even at the risk. of your displeasure, and torn 13EA.: rr''Y'
1 him. and told him not to take Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, .
,
< if answer is the I shall -
your same go a be and determined
but to persistent
k aWH from the country." In spite of no, he about other things W.orkmgmenreadiLIt Fever :,ores,Tetter, Chapped Hands, CLLIB1tATZDPianos : 1 Ytwre.diee

laersolf. Janet started and showed signs The,next like morning was after breakfast helps them because it Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions ;1n.. it. bea use.o with sot out lo-r t
a of i 3,'.t-.iLiesK She knew John's andpoeitive1Tcures Files, or nosy otutertrre comp
strong John was out in the yard: with Dot, and understands them. Seed and Organs. .iessth..kls ..
w-i"!!. and all In a moment she realized > required. It Is guaranteed to give wrak

a:r:... bit. loss to: her would be. To add for free sample tae ,y. Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded; for address ;
CaUIogne*. ,
pan its TIUTED av
to her dKcomfiture: Dot, who had not Ta ChrfstUa U... price 23 cents per box. For sale by a.sK.1. .,1.. ,

understood the conversation caught New YtR#. WW1tT HrLSL DANIEL, F. &EATTY "Wathlnct-n! N.J. L WILL R flGiirt

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FAIR PLAY. CRYSTAl LAKE NOTES. County sari City Directory.COUJTIT ZJBfeMT JtUCXIK

$liter Palatka Tisne-. c .' '.:' I I'OorrwpoooVnee, 1'a1atb'Dmel.- scIidoL., BOOKSi litnkrfl} Effect low {tie liar

In the Aliiince Department of' jour CRYSTAL LAKE, Sept. 5. orncxu: \,.mocA, enK lioxtl! 1JEUd., Xikntyt

As there few items from this Jade Criminal Court of Record-Imn
are *
Dr. Elixir is
foleyt..I..lUou a pleasant
of 26th
paper August there i* *n extract GUllI,E.q.County .
section, "Ctystal La-lie'I. ever published lemon drink that positively cures
from ".A.s. in Solidtor-Jofteph H.pafford.. And .SchooIISupplie's'
Warlaod Coming ti :
; thought I would send in one or Oerk-J 5. BlackwelL ; all Biliousness, Constipation Indjestion >
Crisis" which I cannot believe to be \ all Sick and :Nervous Headaches -
Count
so. Our school (No. 10) opened today Judge Coon-Joseph E.Baldwin Esq.
Dizziness Lots
true. It's statements ale wild and ,with Miss Nellie Coburn,of Mann- Oonaty Commissioner*-T. C. Butler Chairman ., ATCochrane's of Kidney Fevers Disease Chills Palpitationof
Appetite
: T. N. Gaatier L.U. Morgan H. 8. Min- !
definite. and amount to a complete ville, as teacher and sixteen scholars ton W. E, Bewen. The Board meets the ant Heart and all other disease caused

condemnation of our National Banknotes in attendance. Through the energy of Tuesday In each menth. by disordered liver stomach and kidneys -

which I have always regarded as our Supervisor, Schuyler Lndlow with Clerk Circuit Court H. Shelley.-Frank Wright.SherlffWames Book Store : harases., the first 60 cents great and cause{1 of per all bottle.fatal

the best paper money ever Issued in Captain and Mrs. Ames as right and I County Collector-Frank H.Blanchard Sold by drnrjtsts. Prepared only byI.

the Unite Elates, except the "green left bowers, we have succeeded In put County Treasurer L LilienthaL New Location! New Goods Lowest Prices I ( Mozley, M. D., AtIan..... Ga.

backs," and fully as good as those. No ting our school house in fair condition; County.AMeNOI'-W. M.Williams. Limon Hot Drops-

one can deny that for practical use in with new roof and platform outside, Supervisor of OF Registration PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.-J. H.Herryday.BOABD Our 5c. Tablet Can't be Beat. For coughs and colds, take Lemon

trade this money has been perfect, and and neat window curtains, and new Hot Drops.For .
F. O. Ackerman (bairmaa'.Job U. Harp
no man has ever lost even one cent by tile chimney Inside it looks more like John P. Wall. Alex.Stnats,Secretary. SPECIAL PRICES TO TEACHERS. \\ e hive a x..w Mock of ROOKS.VTAT1ON sore throat and Bronchitis, take

EHY .*c., and will be glad to ban: IlAc |*t.it of Putnam Cuuntt Hat Drops.
their failure to be just what they pro- a building fit for school purposes thanit Superintendent Board of Public Instruction and stuck. For poeumonfe and Laryngitis take
call ee our
f ss to be. If they are so good why has for several years past. The patrons A.Strauss. CITY OFFCERS. Through our lunje northern House we have a great advantage iu buviug. Lemon. Hot Drops.

should they be condemned? It appears each and every one contributed Mayor-Martin Griffin Jr. '4nd will give our whuleiule and retail customers thIS benefit. For Consumption and Catarrh, tale

to me the writer.of that article fails Instating in some way toward fixing it up. Some .Lldenoep-Wm. R. DeWItt, President; 8. J. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENEDTO. Respectfully, I Lemon Hot Drop
Kennedy Wm. Inn, G. W. ueet&. A. Usina, For Hemorrhage and all throat and
correctly the truth, and does gave money while others worked. P. A. Pratt Joseph R. Dunn Samnel Lyen, lung diseases take Lemon Hot Drops.An .

male statements that the facts of the Among those who helped do the .work Robert.J Riles,A. T.Capen, L L. Purcell,J. 8. SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO.] elegant: and reliable preparation.

case will not warrant. on the building, outside the patrons of I LaRoche, George Foster. 2.") < City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price. by Dr. H. Mozley Atlanta, Ua.
He says, "Your government made the school were Mr. George Burrell I .loor to Acuerman & Stewart's: Store
Collector-M.W Stewart.Treasurer Lemon Street,.uext ; Drug Palatka, Fla.
this bastard money esp &ially for the and Mr. Henry Eames, of Pomona, to -R.Adams. C. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet, ."In

poor bankers,and loamd it to them at whom we of "Crystal Lake" owe many Chief of J"oIaee-Joha W.Hagan.
Chief Fire Department).E.Gay. formation and Advice about Patents,
one per cent per annum" thanks; also to twe of your townsmen ....,hnern S C i '

He calls it bastard money to throw it Mi. LUlenthal and Captain Butler, BEKEYOLEXT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MAKOXIC. Caveats,TrademarksCopyrights. ,

into There can be no more each of whom contributed quite lib. t 2t' nay be obtained free at this offs
contempt. Palatka Lodge, Xo. 34, T. &; A. M_Meets .
legitimate currency in the world than rally. Second and Fourth Monday Nights la the most, i

the State will soon be rich at 7 JO o'clock. -
the National Bank aote Hope 1 lII
N'.J. TILG HMAN,W.M. M6EPH E. BALDWIN
I It
Failing to state the conditions on enough to keep up schools as diet M. I.CORE Secretary. ,

which the bankers get their currency should be. It we are net taxed enoughfor ; '
Putnam Chapter, No.a,R.A. H. Meets See. t ,

he would carry the impression they area that purpose I say tax us more, for .and and Fourth Monday Nights. 14rr ATTORNEY AT LAW.

favored few, and further on he says: the only way the poor people have to I C. .J. HAYES H. P. Iso

"The bankers are licensed by the laws educate their children is through public M. LOEB, Secretary. PALATKA, FLORIDA.

schools and they shou.d be of the L o.. 1'.
they have purchased to use the credit ; myS-tf
Pioneer Lodge No.23. L 0.O.F_Meets every ....
of the people to rob the people," thus best Why it >., after the citizen pays Tuesday ight. JOSEPH I"BlCT.Y.G. ,

attributing the jirivilece; they enjoy to all the tax that is imposed on him for R. C. BREVARD Secretary.St. o iI to PALATKA MABKETS. .

bribery, and also to a conspiracy of the certain purposes, and then does not receive Johns Encampment, L O.. O. FMeeti .
the benefits for which he is taxed i Ill ( Ore .rie.-Wholesale.
bankers with our lawmakers againstthe every Second and Fourth Friday Nights. l (1
is more than I can understand.The ,Corrected Weekly by Gay Bros.,Corner Elrby
to rob them. '
.
people JOSEPH PRICE,C P. see{ Kirkland street a3

This is a grave charge to put up orange groves in this section are W.U.SPECK Scribe. fI Standard Granulated Sugar................., 4*.
well toft"A" at. ..... .. M4
against our national lawmakers, and I looking remarkably with prospects KNIGHTS OF HONOR. I .0 Extra C"Sugar s.garat.'... ...: ..::::::::::::::::.:
of of nice bright
who would make such good crops Lodge Ne 2767-sMeet First 4 Floor First &*-H esters Spring
think a man a fruit. We have shipped fruit from here Harmony ax r Wheat .. .. ... .. ...... .. .. .... .....$s.IS: to..M
charge may well count himself out of, that has sold for "Indian River" Third Wednesday of the month. rear Second Patenfe do do 4-M to 5.13
Meat*-Western Bellies,
Ory-ftalted
our nation saying3 our government" oranges (but not with our consent) I I WALTER THOMAS,Dictator. --.-. in boo. pound boX *...".... '.......... S%to 1%

If he enjoys the protection of the government Have no doubt it was fully as good J. B. DONNELLY, Reporter. 250 pound boxes" ..Western.. ... ..Bellies.-. ......... 7\ to

he surely is not worthy of It. though. I hope the growers who do I have determined to annnnnce to my friends and customers an OPPORTUNITY Smoked Meat -Fancy brands New
K. 101' 1" .. ..
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not sell their fruit oa the trees will all York City HiomI. 12% to 13
Now the fact Is, the government St.John Lodge No.fS; K. of PMeet ever> uicba FINE and dot wten> Hanu......... 11 Co ?,.
Fruit and ELEGANT
the SUITS
patronize Exchange, by Night. D. C. lo r selected from my large do Shoulder. .............. S to i
does not loan the banks any money at so doing I believe oranges will bring Thursday. DKMONTMOLLIN K.R.STEWART B. C.H. and varied stock and) rut to lueaaurement at prices never before attempted by du l'1eDH1U..... ........ a to 10 .
this JAMES S. : Cheese racer Fun Cream(.. :Y.Slate) 12 to
all. On the contrary, Ifce bank notes good prices season. soy firat..clan1f'tClu'lI'. Tal';"r 1n the South. Having determined to greatly Batter Fancy Laatern Creamery...... 21 to 23
Uniform Rank K.of P, No.4-Meet* for drill Florida, ... ...... S&to
represent money loans by the banks A New Vestibule Train. every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights,at increase my business thin fell I have concluded to make a SWEEP KG .RE Syrup New Orleans-- MolasMM per gal.:: ..:::::.-... 35 to 40

to the Government.Men f Anch Rice- rood ......... ....... 4 to ft',
vestibule traln to be Armory. R.J. RILES,Captain. DUCTION OF TWENTY PEt TEXT on jail Goods in my line. an I
An
elegant I. fries tsroilns Choice................. M* toM 6
having money have loaned the called the "Chattanooga and Washing. L. A. SMITH Recorder. op, ortun.ty: may never occur '9- ain. CCME AND BE CONVINBC. Cracker Fancy vanderreer.......... '.Jt...Holme*' to t\

government the same, and taken the ton Limited will on and after July IRON HALL. Standard XXX....Soda. S

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pledge of the government to pay theTanTC4nome Bunch No.702 Order Iron Han-Meets First Lemon Cracker T
17, leave Chattanooga daily ,at 12.05: : TV. KIT. Ginger Snap. TCoudeaaed -
future true in the shape and at Washington next and Third Friday Ights. Milk Eagle ..::::::: :..: TJWto ....
noon, arrive IllNR Y MERWIN.Chief L (.bava......... 4.75 to ....
of government bonds. These bonds morning at 9:30, connecting with the do do BeU Brand ....... 4.A)to ....
"Royal Blue Line" for Baltimore M.W. STEW.ART..Aeet. TAILOR OF THE COUNTY HtehUnn: Brand.. m UluU.......... .23tO: ....
represent so much money that belongsto 6.dm. 0.i. LEADING 's Monroe Brand-small lot*.... ....... 5.00 to ....
and New York. The R.
Philadelphia ....
the bondholder that the government do do Anglo Swlssl2os. &AO to
p. train from Jacksonville over the G. A.R-Veteran Poet., No. 13-Meets.every PALATKJSUWANNEE New 13 ok.at. 3.75 to
and is In Goods'-Call.: ,.iib: 2.20 to ::::
has using. establishing a W. Canned Apricots
S. F. &; Railway, carrying; a sleeper First Tuesday of month at I o'clock p.m. do Green (Gage........ 1.2OCO....
bank of circulation there must be some jo Cincinnati fia the E. T. V. &; G. P.T.L. QUEEN,Commander. do EEg 1'Inms,2lb. ., SMto.reachee3 ..
and O. C. Routes, and connects with Ib.Talle\el low....::::.. l.O to ..::
deposit of money or its equivalent in LEWIS,Adgt.HOTEL. I Passen el do ->la.Table YtUow. .. ...... 1.25 to ....
easily convertible into the vestibule and reduces the time to I do3 ib.l'ie.... ... .... ......... .UStolJSCanaed
property, money, the east twe've' hours via the scenic FUo-ALuka Salmoa....... 1.43 to ....
as security for that circulation. A mil- do Fresh Columbia River
"Sbenandoah Valley Route. Salmon............... U50toX.90
liou dollars of gold deposited with the H COUHI1VA A THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN Mackerel......._ .... 1.00 to ....

Treasurer of the United States, or' rith In a sermon at Urbana, 0., Rev. American In oil.....8arl1lnesj.... .. .. ..._.., 4.00t04.S

State Treasurer would be good Sam Jones said: I would rather have Little Neck Clam.... 1.66 to....
any RlVErVROLeare Lobster... .......... S.10 to ....
security for a circulation that amountif the devil for president and no whiskey Canned VeetabIN .3Tomatoe*. 85 to 1.10
SEISER & VINING, )Managers do No. a Sugar Con..... .... SO to 140
that method were established by than one of YOU and whiskey. If you Y -e Taking effect JVLT 3, 1892. S do Na20kraandiomatoes.I.40t....

law. And the! notes such a bank might ministers on this platform can't' say -.,.,.'"tt.. do do No.JEarJl'JI.MI"'u..1J No.1 )larro..hat..1.10CO OCO.1.30..

issue would be no more a loan than if amen to what I am talking about 11 OfiM&ND-BY-THE-SEA! : FLORirA SOt'TlI INO do No.a Baton Raked Beans 1.60 10 ....
I do >o.3 toaB.-nBrea41.60CO ....
my check is on a bank in Palatka would quit the ministry before daylight Coffee Green Rio..................... J*to M
FINE FISHING. I-WEST INDIA FAST fAIL. do RoaitedRla... ............... -Ho sTable
where I have a deposit One simply We will never put the whisky Atlamta... .... ..._................ 1.20 sin r LtJl Irish potatoe -per barreL..... 1.25 to a-M
Leave Macon............................. 1100 am'. Lane .,,pm Applesjper barrel..yj: to SJM
represent the other; so with the Na out of this country until we put the demijohn SPLENDID BATHING.BEAUTIFUL Leave Cnrdele.......-................... 2.15 pm Lan S am Cabbage do ........ .
tional Banks. The bonds depositedwith out of our families. Doyou hear Leave Til Wn ......................:.. 3.1 pm I i Le: 4 am Red Onion'4o ... .......... I."to 3.23
DRIVES. Unre Valdoeta...." .... ..... e....... 1.30 pili A am Yellow 01011, per barrel..... JJet.o 3J2ftTOBACCO.
the United States Treasurer that bid demijohn Methodist, you irrire J r r. .... am
represents you '"Accommodations Rates Arrive Whit 8 P:: ::::::::::::::::: ::pm pm f r ,sm CtCA jrTTM.XT&
the money of the bondholder old demijohn Presbyterian, you old demijohn [ ample. Arrive Lake City......... ............... 1.00 pm 053 am

loaned to the government and th, National Baptist?" reasonable. Arrive Arrive Palatka Hampton..:....::::::::::::..:::::.::...1i:: ; : At t0'8.12 eo am am Duke Cigarette>nCutPMfr.io*.! ;....*.::::::::.:::::I3.6S4enatU M

Bank notes the deposited bonds. Reached via Palatka or St. Augustine and the Seal of North Carolina,1 o*.......... MUraTelyJk
East Coast Line From South Florida,via New
The First Steo.Pethaos Miller, Champ Carter Lucy Hinton,
The National Bank notes are printed Smyrna and Halifai River Steamer 1v29 No. 1 leave Macon after arrival ef Incotrlr in pill urn Bib Hancock and all leading; grade at cua-
you are run down can't eat Georgia Eat Tennessee Virginia*nA Georgia M| .rthers # d > aton tract priecsRichmond. .
by the government, that they may all RaJI fl Cberoot*--per box... 3.75
tEa"titue
can't sleep, can't think can't do anything Fa leaves Macon after arrival of incuralngAUtTTlum train on the rlUaeon Old Virginia tb.toot&-per bo*:.. .... 3.25
'bl uniform and that there may be no THE OSCEOLAIs and Northern and Georgia Railroads and connect at Tifton with iTl r and WeFlorida Soar-Cot ate'Octagon.tingle box

issued than there are bonds deposited to your satisfaction and you tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville via Brnncwlck and Western and havWe .' and lot*.. .. .. .. .. .. ,... ... ............... 4.00
more wonder what ails you. You should ten; at PaUtLa for 8t Augnxtine; and all points in East and South t luri' and with Bt Colgate'. Octagon.five box lota..... 3.90
to secure. The expense of en- John and Oeklawaha River cteamer do do ten box lot*...... 3.86
heed the warning are taking the ,American Family and other brand at
craving thepates! on which the notes you A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL:, SITUATED NORTH nOtT n. market Cupid price

are printed and the cost of the printing first step into Nervous Prostration. immediately In the heart of the city Matcher-Swift&Coartney.Blue Hen. Peerless -
*0.t, WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. NO. 4, EXPRESS MAIL and Cat ana Moose at manufacturer
is met by the banks in paring the You need a Nerve Tonic, and in Electric Special rate to regular boarders, and tatts- Leave Palatka.......................... 441am I leave Palatka:....... ........-_..... .... 4.43pm''
one per cent that is called a tax. Bitters you will find the exact faction in every particular guaranteed. Leave Hampton.....................5.21 aoa Leave Hampton......................... SJOpni Jew York State Haad-Flcked Pea
When the government issues these Leave Lake;City: ......................... T.to am Leave Lake City......................... Leo pm Bean..... .... ............. *J3to2.W.
remedy for restoring your nervous system mv" E. L. WALL. Proprietor. Leave White Spring................... 8.06am I Leave White Spring. ... ....,............ S.28pm l'earUae.per caec........ ..? an
notes to the banks they are of no more Leave Jcper............. ..A.......... 8.40 am Leave Jasper............... ............ BTiOpm -
value than the blank checks the bank to its normal, healthy condition. Leave >aldoata............. ............. 550 am Leave\aldosta....... ...................10.10pm Grata. Ftear lertlliier. Ete.
of Palatka gives out to the depositors Surprising results follow the use of this L. D.EATPN.M.D. Leave TUton... .... ....................11.11 am Leave TI'ton........ .... .... .... ........J2.10am Bay
leave Cordele. ... .1.09 Leave Cordele 146amArrlv
for checking out their money deposited great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Arrive Macon..:.:.:...:::.:::.:::::::'.: 4JOpm pm I Macon.:::::::.:::'.:::::::'.::: .:::.*4JOam: Corrected Weekly by Yertree&fCo..old J..T

in the bank. When the president and Your appetite returns, good digestionis Arrive Atlanta-..... .... .... ........... 7 35 pm Art Ive Atlanta........................... 1."am & L W.Depot. .

cashier: of the bank have signed them restored,and the Liver and Kidney HOMEOPATHIST gW'Snb jest to market changes. Jh
and recorded and resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Cora, Mixed per sack 110 Ibs.....f I.40 to HAS v
they are properly Ko 2leave. Palatka after'arrival fact Went India mall from Tampa and connects Macon Oats,White, sack L9 DM.. ... LWtoLM
Issued by the bank they are currencyto Price SOc. at Lowry & Hulse's Drug with outgoing p. nr.train, CoIL IL 8.W. R. r.DL &; N, 1L R.Ga.R. IL. Eo T. V..and Georgia Ground Feed,per per sack 100 Ibs:...:: l: AtoLM
all intents and as good as Store. OrncE-FRY BLOCK, PALATKA, FLA. and Macon and Northern Railroad. Feed Meal,per sack 100 Ibe.......... 1.1.to 111
purposes >o.4 leave* Palatka after arrival of train from St.Augustine and point in East and South I"U..Wbea& feed, per sack 100 Ibs.. ue to u.
,il' er or gold. OmcB Horxs-4 10 a. m.. 1 to 3 p. m. Florida and connect at Tilton with Brunswick: and Western from Brunirwick Ga. and Jackoaville Rust Proof Oats per bosh,........ .10 to SHay
The misstatement that the National The "no.'&" Cigar."W. Fla. Close connection at Macon for Nashville, Loultville. Oncinnatl. Lvanivllle St. Louis No. I Timothy, per ton....... It.m to vtt
loan of and 7 to 8p.m. Sunday-- to 3 p. m. and Chicago Short Line to World.Fair,via(i.1. --- Bank notes represent a money P. Hatchett a young man well Patients from a distance can be. treated N *hvUK Cnattanoof and St. Louis and Louisville and Nashville,and Macon with all _t.pial, Grit and Heal, per bbl............ J.4O&oJ.lle
made by the government to the.b nb and favorably known in this has through the maiL Office consultation free.pS6m train on Central Railroad. Best Patent )Flour per bbL......... Leo t.o 6J'JO
city
at one per cent. interest has been so Cotton Seed)Meal Bright,per ton.. SUO to 0.00
been appointed salesman of the cele- All Train arrive and depart from Union Depot Macon and Palatka. Cotton Seed)Meal Dark,per ton.... 30J to ZUtm
pftec: refuted that it seems folly to I Elegant Bleeping Car will be run on Train No. 3 and Nee 4. Xo. 1 Linseed Meal H...............
repent it again. But there are so many brated "Don't" cigars. These goodsare Q to SIMM a year can be made b1 : For farther information,apply to Agenl at junction points,or to| Port Cement per bbl... ... ........ ZJStoSJM
S 1 0 0 active either sex eu W. E. BOBBINS Ticket .,Palatka. Ro endale Cement, bbl 343 to 3-
who. read but side of a ; ar agent; ] Agent per
one question about the best ever introduced here Write .. ::::::::: ::
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work; sure pay; exclusive territory. at JAMES MKXZIES, General Agent, 17 Went Bay *street Jacksonville.A. Plaster Paris,per bU 1.00 to
and love to believe anything that reproaches and the manufacturers Ellis &; Co. of once. L.P.WHITE: Piedmont W.Va. C. KMAPP.Traffle Manairer Macon, Ga. Line per bbl .. .... .... .. ........ 1.10 tc U3
I the government ana the business ocdl: -tf Plasterers' Hair Ib. ........... 4% to MMtolM
, interests of nation that the Winston,N. C., have recommendationsfrom Best Liverpoolfaitpet sack.....?
as
our Florida Orange Box Sides,per box. 4 to S
misstatementa are constantly kept before Senator Vance the Governor of ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Tilghman'r; Orange Box Heads MB Jt to
the must t Birch Hoop,per bdl......... .40 to SO
people the refutation the North State and other
prominentmen
also be repeated.It SurE or FL0aIDA Before Joseph K. E fiST m 'n w GA. -
asto the the OOdJ. -
quality.of &: I Baldwin, EIW I, Candle Sat. Eta
is a great mistake our Alliance Mr. Hatchett will handle tobacco in Coryrr or PrmAic, County Judges [p Corrected Weekly by R. & E.J.Smith.Wholesale -
mends
are making by attempting to 1'0 Mast II. BKEXT: Candy Manufaetarer, No.T Lemon rt.J
build up a better order of things by every form, but desires to make a specfiil =RAILWAY m & C
You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Qi Stick Candy,Mb.. boxes ....... lOo
misstating present conditions; confidence run in "Don t" cigars. has bien hissed against you, and your : Broadway Mixture,25-ln:boxes.:.::::::::::::lie .
is lost and the good intending F. C. Cochrane handles the goods. property attached to sanity the demand unless SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS IN k .. :.. American Mixture,>--Ib. buckets....... ....JOoFrencbj
leave H. OUchrUt, amounting to y09.lt. New -- Mixture.A-ib.boxe.....:........... ..180
will the order.N. you shall appear before the Hon. Joseph F; EFFFCT JUKE 12tft. 1892. Chocolate Creams,S-Ib. boxes .. JManhnallow ';
WOODWORTH. Baldwin County Jud;.A In and for said County.at *.a-Ib. bore... _::__::: :::::::.
his office at Palatka,Fla.*n the Urn- DAY --- A.B. Gem Drops:3-lb boxes::::::::::::::::::'
OF SEPTEMBER..at 11 o'clock.ln: the fore.noon. .'eru.aa.rta.uutvss' 'nm.se.Ra. w.Mar.AxD.Au.ALLae.01T.. Pars Outs Drops.5-lb.boles................ .. ..r
bK1'XItEXXZss.: er t.. LIQUOR HABIT That Your Hairmay Judgment will be rendered against you Lv 1ack.ortlls. S aop Lv JcckMavtlU.LvCaUaau ..... ..... tea* LvJacksiwviU*,. 7 S to, Penny Good.100 piece in box............... .
Cared al Baae!.Tea Days by AdsnJaUterlns and property sold to pay the debt. Ls-Can ins. f 235 fsk Ar Atlaata.. .. ... . SlOp site
Joie'WI, H. GILCOTUST. Lv Wsycrosa.. I lo, LvW. cras*.t ha Lv Atloatal .. ... .. MiipS30a 1 sop CIXWIVO 9VM
; Dr. B.....' GvUm Sport flc. retainIts UtaLtaPlaintl Attorney Lvl ,,..... . U lie Lvl s.,. ..... so. Ar Casn&aoocs ..... .. t 2 005 Adams Saj, >pota Tola,per box_......... ...M ,
color A*tlece".. .. .... 6 0k ArVac*......... .. 4 SSp Lv Caattuoega440P ... I40p S lip TatU Yratdper tea......... .... ....MtfM "
It can be given in a glass of beer, a youthful Le Massa. .. ... 110. LvMacMAr ... .. .. .. .. ArKaoxvOl ........10 oop 10 iu h Its Bed ROM box.-..,..............6ftaMUornia
of coffee GFOR AtLvAtkata.U..ta........ a 3I. Atlaata_... .. S10P<'LT K.os.iis.. .. .... Ara 10 SftV I SIa Frait.,per box........... ..........toe
cup or tea, or in food, without fullness, and beauty, .... .,... 1 sop LvAtteata*.... . 10 Up Ar Mcnistvwa...... ...5(011 Ms t 06.As Panama Fruit,per box............... ....... ffio!
the knowiege of the patient It is absolutely ONLY! Aa i$ ... Ar CKactaae.caL .. . 6 sia Ar BnstolAfRoaaok.. ... .... .. lUpOSta 6 CAa Biggest Yet,per box .... ......................C&e
dress It dally Lv C* tts*.>caArBarcia .. ... 2 Caattaawof . ... 700.J *........ ...... f UP 13 so? .
harmless, and will effect a all .; .. ... I Ar BarpaArdaciaaatl........ ... sop IA r SaemsaMh Je .. .... 310 t lip Rim
and whetherthe with ,..",,..y !191 AfOaoaaatv.LvBarpa ;. .... I Bee .. .. .... IMP 'T Wa.hi.eta.... .. .. I 80s 11 Ufla I Mixed 5ot per ponnd. ......_............151
permanent speedy cure, ...,... L.Ciacr.a.K. ... ... S 20a Lv Qaauti. . .. TIOOp'A. Baaa.ee.. .. .... ... 14Sa 1121. h-8&a. J'aaur.per poond. ... .... ......,
patient is a moderate drinker or an =-: AsQitago...... .... 1 Ar Qir.es....... Ar"Ilaccrstowa.. .. . l ( 10 OOp AtaBOBd.pW pound ... .... .....::..... .::.17c
Ayer's Hair VigorIt a-. ..wear ewntonfw.oa.uu pu1l&1 ir .... 6 u B.rs.. ? lArH, ..... .. S30el330aTloa actih: Walnats,per Boand. ..........'.:....}..
alcoholic wreck. It has been given in a-..-......us.m.etoillsunuT-.snradM.t ArLwusviUe.Lv ....... 1113. Ar LwusnlU. ... .t uP At P) .... .. 11C.300p. 4 ha Uberta,per pottnd.............................se
thousands of cases:: and in every instance cleanses thescalpacures == ,a..se a.Mu E Tww.ewrVNe w.w..M.aERIQMLOICAi.CO. Ckanmstoe;a. ii Sip Lv Qana..oa... .. 120. Ar New York. ...... : canper pound .... 1VsBra&U
a perfect cure has followed. It BUFFALO H.-V Ar Mrtnphis.. ... 1030.PaUiaaa Ar ilea kis. .. LTM a r tr......... ... ..... Walnut*, perpoond::::.- ..:.:::::::::.126:

never fails The humors, bmfict Sleepers Mw & pen* Santa Asa vine........... HOp........ .... -
system owe impregnated Jacksoaville toCiaaa.ausjtd Ckattaaoora aad CaatUaaOfa ft true carry FmUs .. eaCst Fresh )(-. ..
1 with the specific it becomes an and stimulates a elcrs.t day ceacacsJacksoanne to CmnautL Day cache New York via
t D sleeper*Caattaaooga to [Corrected weekly by Duaae Bros., Central Mar.BeefNorthern -
utter impo&sibilitv for to ackmvine so J. ,a.d Jem The 6ao tests from.oorawithout
the liquor appetite } 1 JttDut cka Chatta1 I.ChattssooR.w'outcaaeRu.. HtrrUtMrg a.** kct.Bear Coon UooM.1
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to exist Cures 48 new growthof IOLtS (Cyatt.wogs.1..esrrte. a alcepcr tWaaaiBgtoa
guaranteed. u.e-.Krs. I SJinMER EXCURSION TICKETS via Skeaaadeah JcacUoa : (BesS Cute).per Ov..M toRouad.
page book of particulars free. Addressthe hair. ArrTlt.yt'tsMr., f...... M a- Oa ale from May ijto Sept.JO. LuaiUd to Oct. JiTO iSpa, sad the 0.R. JL,omaecUeg with ......................... .15 COnortd.a.
The sceoooinyln[ st.tem.at,wtkum.. u n.n nof ... ..........
nLtmnttJ
GOLDEN SPECIFIC ALL. 8 CM HER tke toRytl Btae LUM Best Cuts t' M UUMutto
Co., 185 Race my weight soil anMnt* --.:... p IlL M IlL M IlL RESORTS. ... ...............
meas.will stew the n k lib.BWBMOta ,
Street, Cincinnati Ohio. t* J. C. &Co. = : site. .... ...... ........ .. .....
\ Dr. Ayer *' tT .OB.Bt. IMy N. thk Uto.fATiniTl ArauaW. Leery letter ft is wry sawm| U Actsjl. n as 1N*t tf*mj*O-ftl limit \eal. ..... JO to .
TREATED IT lUlL GOttFIf BITWursriiwumSH. Pork... ............. ... .t3%to 15
Mr. :E. B, Olmstead of Pomona jwas Lowell Mass a._ W ...a r-..... 1 .a..a---M W saw- tvt berth rcwmucms.,rates,foUen,etc,apply t*t eft areau throughout Florida o Jim Fl.. Baa ac*.:.............: ::. .. ::.:::.13 toYenisoa. ,
.' T--....... ....-__ FRANK M.JOLLY DMU Pasa. to West Bay Street, Astor BloekJackft. ........._. .. . .. ......Z to.Dftaee4. ..
tn the city Monday. IL.. W. L. GMMI u. .W. WRENN,6..P.at.A.Baoxvilclira CUAS. N.KiGHT.A.G.j.A.AiamaGs. Fualtry. .... .. .. .. .... ..... .
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JPALATIA WEE Ll Tfiffi Sr4LATKA. ofl 4.t Lit-E r
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: following editorial fo the Maaa- :i '
the-- : Hon. J.Lj .... .... .J. <..1- : BROTHERS't.i

tee River Journal explain: orange Democratic candidates fee' 4ft* .>ivu.ee.
FLA. SEPT. 9 1892. ....
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itiuUoa *o thoroughly that we reproduce of Representatives, H B: 1<: .IV.Calhoun ,

it with( oerjO&tiofsement: Hon. ft. Wi Davis" H *...W.:HWfeg" Fertilizer and

All advertising W1U become cue pro rat. The orasge.season.is fast approach:= and other speakers will address Phosphate Company
.;very monU. Special and short time pajaWf < ,
advance. ing and calculations: l regarding the prob.able the people at dates named
.Ail amt tames world be made by exprteaooev
ortter or registered letter.JCcKJCXZUC yield, prices, etc., are beginning Federal Point, Tuesday,Sept. 13. a

BUKTZ PabI1.h.teI1pay1 to be of even greater interest than the San )Mateo Wednesday, Sept. 14. ',01 6TA.:CI SON -LL--LE" FT A .
1.
Thursday .Sept.15.
; F0i. Tt..FWRIDa.iyrOfcial prospects of the several candidates. Satsuma flights, ,
Monroe's Mills.Saturday Sept. 17.
The California orasge crop, .which, McMeekin Monday, Sept.19.

'r Organ of tAt County, amif after traveling several thousand miles Interlachen, Tuesday Sept. 20. Grandest Opportunity of. the .-Nineteenth, Century !
enters into favorable competition with ralatka (at nigh"),-TuesdaT',Sept. 20

IfoHATIOXAX..Farmcn' UaaftU.. our own, has been materially lessened Bostwick, ,Thursday September 22. ,.. .." .

by protracted drouth and late March BannerviHe, Friday, Sept. 23. .. -VIZ :- '
Putnam Hall, Monday Sept. 26.
TICKJCT.
DKMOCMATIC .
frosts, which have no doubt cut down Baldwin's. Tuesday, Sept. 27. t

For President: the field from one-third to one-half dt Crescent City, Wednedav, Se.pl. 28. The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer- "ATHOME"

what it would otherwise have been. Georgetown, Thursday, Sept. 29..
GROVER CLEVELAND.For with an Analysis that is Genuine made by a Company
The crop of our own State has also Norwalk (at night), Thursday, Sept.. ,

Vlce-IitsidenL the 29. whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.
been severely diminished, owing to Welaka, Friday, Sept. 30.

ADLAI E. STEVEXSOX.For drouth which occurred at the.blossoming PenSe, Saturday, October 1. Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and all Fertilizer Material

Presidential Electors: season, and partly to late frosts in E. S. CRILL, Chairman. .

T. M. SIIACKELFOKD, the upper counties oC, the State.. The F. C. BLANCHARD, Secretary. dn hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that

B. B. BLAOTWELL.: calculations of 'the State AgriculturalDepartment I POMONA NOTES. have been tested throughout the State. :

A. :E. :MAXWELL, place the coming crop at

W. N. THoln soN. but 70; per cent. of the natural yield. It Corretpo&denee Palatka Times.PoMONA SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA. 4
7.
September
readily appears that for, those growers :Mr. S. S. Green returned from
Bros Fertilizer
Little and
STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. whose groves are in good condition the Phosphate Company,
.
Georgia last week. .
outlook certainly "Very bright, for '
For Governor, Miss Nellie Coburn of Mannville
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.THE .
those! conditions which :'caused the
HENRY L. MITCHELL arrrived last Friday! and commenced
dropping of the smaller oranges, and
school Monday iq. the Crystal Lake
For Secretary of State thus the shortening of |he crop, soon THIRD PAKTT.

JOHN I. CRAWFORD, disappeared, and the oraDses remaining School Dr. H.House.Learned is preparing to put a There probably has never appeared Jacksonville Tampa &KeyWest System

Court matured in !better shape as they received ,
Justice Supreme tin roof on part of his new house. An
in their growth; the full strength from Crescent is at move-lent THETropical : ,
JL FENWICK TAYLOR.r old gentleman! City
j of the JACKSONVILLE
tree. J ;
For Attorney General; work now putting the tin together. of the Third Party movement. The vigor 4aca.oettt
But the production of the orang In Trunk Line' ...
Miss Carrie Drake returned irom her and aggressive tendency of its action A TAMPA
W. B. LAMAR. themselves is not even half the battle; .
Northern home Monday. She ,will at once commends it to the favorable & KEY WEST
the difficulty comes in aeU ng. Injudicidus Embracing the System of Railways Mid
For Comptroller, teach the "Young America" at We- consideration of the public. But it Steamer. shown on adjoining map a* I %,
packing, obstructed railroad tending southward from JackiooTiUe. .SYSTEM
V. D. BLOXOA1L lab "how to shoot." must be plain to its most earnest promoters excel U equipment and Mrrioe,reach all O sye.F g
lines and dishonest commission nice C.NNCriONa.
Abercrombie saUed the prominent winter and summer
FOr A. L. on that something more than sImple -
Treasurer, chants not infrequently come between
Cherokee Sunday for Hamilton, N. Y., commendation! is essental to makea r.
C. B. COLLINS.ForSuperintendent the grower and his just reward; yet Pleasure Resorts ,
where he will take a course of four political movement' a success. Men
Public Instruction more danger and hurt to him than in s''
,, "' .
years in the University. commend a movement for the of Florida. Through-train *erric with !
all of these lies in the shipment of unmarketable may Parlor, Pullman Buffet, and Sleeping '! ;. atryz'iy s
W. X. SHEATS. fruit. The first indiscretion Frank Avery will put new bnck piers vim and energy with which its fnends Can carryyou through v.

under his house soon. Nothing like a its advancement but this kind of ""
For Commissioner of Agriculture urge ;
in this line lies in the shipment of; Groves iu 1

L. B. WOMBWELL, green fruit. good understanding, Frank, support soon falters in the absence of Orange L

The small but heavy cloud that has real and tangible lesult. Men do not Fruit Farms
Many persons in order to obtain the ,
For Congressman Second District, for some time been rising in Mr.Miles' make political parties in this country
of the their
fat prices early season pick J
and Mr. Ordway's 'sky'reached a point the of necessities that Gardens a.
hey are offspring Vegetable ,
CHAS. M. COOPER.COCMTT fruit,solid and fully matured no doubt,,
directly overhead list Saturday afternoon find expression in the demands of \
yet of various shades of This sots"c.p +
green. in the vicinity of Knowlton's society, and the wants of governmeat. Pineapple Plantations, ,.." ,; .
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. fruit arrived at the market; is of .
I.
tore. While every one was watching No political party can exist long with- t
course in this state unsaleable. It
Mines
Tor Members of the House of Representatives cannot i e sold until it ripens, and Its approach it burst suddenly and with out bringing in sight of the common:: Phosphate A.rM ..M.Y

great fury, and descended in the form people the necessities that forced it Na
when Aened in a hot warehouse far Cocoanut Fields 3I
H. HARP of a clinched fist upon Mr.. Ordway'shead into existence and its ability to meet ,
J. Aative
from soil its taste is not .
WAIL and face. The storm, like most the demand of these necessities.It -..D Atone Twn-- .T' ..-.rao : sa.oN;
J. P. deUd< n fact "sour" doesn't ex .
Honda storms, was of short duration, must be admitted that so far the '
... For Clerk of Circuit Court, press )ranges of thlskind: of St. Johns River 'i=:
and all was soon calm. The difficulty leaden of this party have not quite I ,

JOSEPH PRICE. fall tours dealer ar tlrices was amicably settled through the J. P. succeeded in making the general mass I Indian River, /YrYia N.M 'OnT

For Sheriff, by Mr. Miles turning over to Ordwaythe of citizens-at least those who are re- o
a
JOHN W. HAGAX cabinet in question. The !sky is mote from the great storm centers of Lake Worth, r

For County Judge, clear again. FELIX. its power, feel what are its most essen-i -maNix.paw aona'l"OBI8CAYNE -

M. I. COXE. I MARKIED. bal and practical tenets are its graphic BAY.I I '" y

ortrainre of existing evils in governments -
For County Treasurer, y On last Wednesday evening, Mrs. '"
felt and understood the
is
B. L. LILIEN1HAL., I W Kitlie F. Guitliard and Mr. Washington offered ; Direct undo Tampa, Punta
so
or
remedy is impractable
1 Cord a and Gnlf Harbor -
For Tax Collector, I P go I Eiby were united in the holy bonds abscured by existing conditions that ,, f

W. M. WILLIAMS of matrimony. We wish the couple a the intelligent voter will hesitate toast YOU ( TIME I ('a S :
I his ballot in its favor. It is futileto I
I happy life, and may their path be \
for Superintendent Public Instruction i present the "Omaha Platform" as WILL TROUBLE j
:strewn with flowers. ** I
a evils of SAVE:
an antidote for the existing
THOMAS W RALPH.
y I BOSTWICK DEMOCRATIC CLUB. conditions. The evils, if they exist, TRANSFERS war

For County Surveyor, rth need immediate correction, and it r>y par ulnc ticket via Jacknoarffle and the J,T.*K. W. Pjttem. Bend for large mp of Tloridatn

1'. D. WATKINS. isF I A Democratic Club was organized would require ears of legislation to br maU, with other Information of interest.
the remedy inside the
For Justice of the Peace, District, Qhlt al Bostwick (Preciuct 21) on Wednes- get unit of the"Omaha Platform. That G. D. ACKCKLV. GI.'L h.e' 'N .

No. -M. Haughton. day, the 7th. A large number of the the agitation of the questions brought 0..iMt .. JACKSONVILLE ft*.

For Constable Justice District No.8 h a voters of the precinct were present. before the public by the third party I :

-We H. Wigg, Jr. con Lee J. Rollins was nominated for will prove advantageous is admitted,
No. 1 A. B.TPorry. .
For Justice District tho wisest polices are often evoled oat TIL ivr AN'S
chairman aiM J. S. Coglan secretary.The
,
of plans and schemes that at first sight I
For Constable Justice Distnct J:o. 1 Corr ai meeting was called*to order and : seemed impractable. but the apphcaion .

-L. 1* Newtom, Jr. r1Georg the organization of the club followed, of needed remedies m our govern-

Ji For Pegues.Justice District Xo. -George tH. the purpose of which is to till the fl.ment can Safely be left to the two od: Con I itionPow O ers& Sail SickReMedT f fFOR S

>arties.
For Justice In Precinct No. 19-R. B. W o, Third party movement in this part of .

F. LIon. Jr., 01 at hi. the county. -

For Constable In Precinct. 19 J. E. M the 29th ..u Twenty-four names of membership A Cheap Excursion:; ; HORSES, CATTLE AND POULTRY. .' '

LAn gust, agedrcaty years. He was a were enrolled, besides there being 1
For Justice In Precinct 18-T. B.
Lovelace.For good citize rin every sense of the present a number of voters from the
WASHINGTON
Constable-Jame Johnson.For word, and ft r men have left a purer adjourning precinct in Clay County, D. C. % Salt Slcli.

Justice Precinct No. \t3-J. M. record. who were'present as spectators to see I J.

Cannon. H. L. Roberts. The public school at this place will. the good work go on, and whom we arc A SPECIAL TRAIN TO BE USED wrni the TlLOHllAN'8 only Remedy that CONDITION will cure the POWDLBS Cattle Trouble I* '
For Constable
commence on Monday, the 12th inst., I pleased to state added much to the EXTRAORDINARY PRIVILEGES.The \It In the"South known among the herdsmen a*"Halt j
Sick. The Dlnease is drat noticed by the animal i
under the able management of Miss success of the club. refusing to eat and prefers dead stubble to ,
The Joint Discuision. beautiful and hUtorio "Shenandoah Val- green grass. It soon becomes doll and stupid
N. D Powers. Judging from last year's: Ex-State Senator J. M. Frasier, of ley Route"has been selected by the Grand Army / the coat assumes rough appearance and finally

The joint discussion at Banner.vifIe experience, we do not see any reasonto Clay County was asked! to make a of the Republic of Florida as the official route the animal,and actually to give an starves animal to death.a One glomy As an-coat appetizer

*. yesterday was largely attended, doubt the success of the school term speech. He did so, showing up the to the Annual Encampment at Washington U 11 this Medicine has no equal. The manufacturer:
the offer one thousand dollar to manufacturerof
C., SF.1 TEMBER20tb.1892. as following extract any
and was conducted in a fair and just commencing. record of Messrs. Mann and Baskin in from their General Order So. *, dated Condition Powder who can produce* many
a unsolicited testimonial showing the merits of
e manly way. The whistle of our sawmill is heard great style. On Mr. Frazier taking his En ti, Fia.July 20. will testify:

\Ve regret that we are compelled, once more, and we hope that the mill seat he was greeted with a mighty "Special FRIDAY Headquarter\ .Train L"'O. will September leare JackonTillo 13th-, his medicine labs can furnish. '

will be kept running steadily from round of applause. Several membersof at 62q via S F. & W Railway to Jesnp, E.T. Don't bore that cow's horns but cure herewith one package of Tiighman's
of time in this issue i ;
for want to put V.&Gs. Ry thruugh Chattanooga to BristolN Condition Powders.
now on. the club followed Mr. Frazier, making .K W. Ry to benandoah Junction and B.&
:a lair and excellently prepared re.port We hope Palatkans will O R. R.to Washington,arrirlng at about.;,30 Price 25c per Package. By mall, 35c. __ ___
you get your appropriate remarks to the occa- m.,September 18. .I'",
p.
: of the same, but we will give it steamship line started before long, as "The Commander Is ambitkm to make the It
sion.The Special Train carrying the Department Flag a W. C. TILCHMAN :
tin our next. our present facilities for shipping are following resolutions were SU< all Comrades who anticipate the trip are hereby Sole' Proprietor and Manufacturer, Palatka Fla. j
very imperfect.We adopted before the meeting came to a earnestly solicited to arrange their transport

The first number of the Gainesville are pleased to see that guideboards close: ion Official by this: line. J..Da. V. HAZZARD ACKERMAN & STEWART, Wholesale Agents for }'orid t i

Daily Leader a bright, sparkling folio, are being placed alongside the 1. The election of new officers forth B.WILMARTH.. Dept>> Commander. .
Assistant Adjutant General. 'fs r-He Guarantee,with hi*Book on Influencing the Sex,'JOG..m be able to have you Stock j

counter. The staff Is composedof the nearest places of importance; also 2. The name of the club to be the The following schedule is announced for the

Chas. II. Pratt, editor; O.B. Robinson the direction. This is a good idea, and "Bostwick Democratic Club." 'Special." whtch win be composed of one baggage Master's Sale.
car and a sufficient number of day coaches
assistant editor J. G. Williams, will undoubtedly be of serviceG. 3. That a copy of the proceedings,to nd Pullman Sleeper* .U Testtbuled accommodate I
W. JB. TTXDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE UNDERTAL1Ng
These
business managtr. gentlemenare be in each of the Palatka all:
published U or Foazcuo ru A1JD SALB granted An.
well known In Palatka baring The State election will occur on the Leave Jacksonrille,..,........I.JO..m.. Sept.16 gust ftth ISK in the CIrcuit Court of the Fifth
papers. Atlanta 1 hour <.30..m.
Arrive (Stop ) pt.l1 Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida in and
tune Identified with the The meeting adjourned amid macb Arrive Chattanooga (Stop 7 certain thereto
.been at one nth day of October.A tor Putnam Conntyjin a cause
enthusiasm the members repairing to hour)........................12.J8 Po"Sept.11Arrive pending in Chancery, wherein the Land Mortgage -
newspaper business here. We wish Roanoke(Stop 1 boar)} 6JO a.m. Sept.IS Bank of Florida, Limited, of England, is -A.'IDEMBALMINGI-
and negro, who was. arrested on WednesdAy their homes after an eveaisg spent in Arrive Bnena Vista($CO"pI hr) 1..3G..m.Sept is complainant and John C.McJUbMa andlfeUie
the Leader long prosperous pleasure. J. S. Coo aar,Sec. Arrive Grottos(Stop honrV-l.*.a.m.Sept, ISArrirLorayfStnplboar McKibWn are defendants,I shall sail to the
future. at Waldo on suspicion of havIng )...12.3O Po m.tlept.18 highest and best bidder. for cash, in front of !
___________ Arrire Harper Ferry(Stop X ,at In said Putnam
robbed stores and set fire,to houseson the Court Honse door Palatka. .
The Presidential election occurs on hours).,.......... ........... UO p.m Sept.IS County on the FIRST MONDAY being "
action of the Commissioners Monday night, was lynched Wednesday Arrive Washington_....,... (jo p.m.8e.t.19r. the-third day d October A.ISJC/withte 1. the
The County -
Tuesday, the 8th of Xovember. )(.Jolly and W H.Don will accompany the legal hours Of sale the following tend town: A roLL LDTBof METALIC, CLOTIIand
granting the petition of the night. Train through to destination. They will attend Beginning; at the southwest corner onbe*erth- CA.SXETS'.tLW.AYI
carefully to the wants of every passenger,and west quarter of Section CVTownshin Twelve WOOD OK
People's party asking for the appointment A CURE FOB TWENTY CENTS. The County Commissioners arrange for special privileges where stops are (lit) South. Range Twenty-eevea atf' East.
at each made. Every one will hare seven hours inChattanooga I Thence northerly forty (40) chains;thence east HAND.Mafl. .
ot one inspector pre- Any remedy sold at one dollar a bot- to visit Historic Lookout Mountain I t wentv-seven and ooe(21%)cbalafti &MaceIOUtJa
dud will be generally approved by the adjourned and along list of other attraction along the forty (to) chains; thence waft,twenty. orders
tle which claims to cure Rheumatism and telegraph .promptly
route. Al o as beantiful scenery aa is afforded seven and one-half a'.j shams tojt4*ef beginning
people of the county. It waa simply is simply an impositions for when all east of the Rocky Konntaina. _talDiDg'one hondretf aoa tea(lIt)
Tuesday to meet in Bates of one fare for the rotmd trio will be acre, more or Ieee. j.rr attended to.
matter of justice, and should never expenses are deducted it leaves not made from all coupon ticket office in Florida. D. EIL .
From Jacksonville it will be fZLtS. This rate an3S-t4 Special Master.My .
The > of B L. LILIENTHAL.
have been denied. citizens more than twenty cents to representthe special session on the will be open to the G A. R. their families, .
In friends and the pnbbc generally .
Putnam County are not partisans medicine. Dr.Drummond's .
LIghtning It is desired to make this the largest Flnt' '
HOCKEY'S
the strict meaning of that term. Our Remedy, which is performing 19th inst., toMisten to 3a.e Exenntan that ever left Floriand the Stock of Groceries is'always'iip tT-MghtcallaiB.8. ,
railroads interested guarantee to make it "the rear of Putnam Uoose. fe2My
population represent people from many such wonderful cures that it is being trip of a life-time"to every pawenger.For /

sections of our country, who are Intelligent prescribed by the medical facultyrerywhere complaints and restoreto coaches the J'lHplDg: f cars determining wi'l be needed how on many the to the'*Itlgltsslant r' 4

and progressive. They repre- : is compounded at great' the registration list "Spaial"antboe the party are earnestly who intend"requested accompanying tw send in ard. Prices i Right. / T ::J 1

sent in then political convictions all expense from rare drugs and cannot be their namee and state whether they will use h
coachee or steepen, a we wish to avoid overcrowding -
political parties, and the action of our sold for less than Five Dollars bottle. names which have J. R. Lt UNN'S y.N.- ...............d h ..Or.i. 4..r ?
All letters of inquiry win receive a inn and ._........--._ .-.......-eM....
Commissioners will go a long ways torestore But it always cures. Sent prepaid to I prompt ft1II,.. .. y... / ........, =:: a:a..liairy
1.lt rrw.Y C .
| confidence in the Democraticmanagement address of been erroneouslystricken. 1'. JOLLY,1 D. P. A* This 1is the tJroe.for: snbscribeis who
any on receipt price. Vault m nUTED IMfL COMl--
[ of the affairs of thetmnty. W. H.DOLL M Wen, Kay JL Sv, .m.-11& in 'tOfpiy .Ittk aWa,... rMa MN. mBY -.....".
endorse the Drummond Medicine Co., 43-50 MaIden T.r. ,Atlanta.Ga.C are arrears: trp. .. ..: ......
ac-
We heartily X.RIGHT A.O.P.A,Atlanta Ca .
Eon of our Commissioners. Lane,New York. Agents wanted. B.W.WRE3X,O.P. A.,Knoxville Ten ,money to nw..a..p per.. :?-: ;;.' .." .I. t HTtlL.UIII., .NINN.ga;

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I 1 j.Af. .. ALLIANCE KPMTMENT. There life U wu. intense mental pain;,

A MUROOKHJ6 ROBBER. ,= THf 'ORRDEN'CA1"tmp.rtaat and yet there are homes for all. Men

WHITnER DEAD. !f. Attacks a Detroit With -I"'IN F ARKANSA ; ;: 'I'.tI...,. 'Jut Div..vered; ,. This Department! coodoctetl by are bems turned into helpless! tenenU
daily. Yet vote for this to con::
Ion
Revolver 'a HU *t.dy. ii. ntit 0. \ert Tl..".. LKI\IS MoRRist County Lecturer who tinue.

DETROIT, Mich., Sept 8.-One of the TAnrro ..Xua., Sept. 8.-Mra Marshall is alone responsible its oUcrances. Hank bust. Business men are fail

The Quaker Poet Passed Peacefully most sensational attempts at murder with The State Goes for Democracy Dy of Pawtucket who had been suffering ing. Others are stusgling against the

Away at Home robbery as an incentive that has ever from prostration consequent upon "Men areas never likely to settle iuevitable. Stocks depreciating. life

taken place in this city occurred at the a Safe Majority. the death of her husband, went to Fall \aesnon rightly as when they discussit a struggle and a burden, and yet you

residence of Rev David M. Copper, pastor River on Aug. 4 to transact some>> buri- freely."-M cimlaT.DIRECTOUVOr vote for this to continue and swear

Some of the Traits Character of the}[emorla.t Presbyterian Church The Democrats Get Renort of sees connected:: with her h11SbaDd'ltnte. investigate there can be and no better condemn way.those refuse who to

Marking* His Career one of the most fashionable in this city. Gains from Vermont. While she and her daughter were THE ORDER. ,

While sitting in his study at home, 501 pawing along the street in the rear of frail OKOAX1XAT10X. do.Ye who hive not yet tasted the bit-

HU Modesty and His,$efiring Dlsporsitlon Jefferson avenue a caller who gave his Fishbsck for Governor Gets the Borden house they both saw a President.7..A. P.Raskin,Anthony,FU. 'erness, beware. Help while there is ti
Nearly
Prevented the Great Poet'sMingling name as Mr. Wilkinson: was announced.He rough-looking man climb the fence fromBorden's Vice ereaident..ll. W.Adams,Tangerine,Fla. time. At the next turn you may be
desired a private interview with the 20,000 Majority Over Both Opponents Secretary..J. A.)(oore. acola.1a. down. None aeaecure. Ycnr child
Much With His accorded. yard, enter a buggy and drive Treasurer....... ...C.8. Young Orleans, Fla
Fellow Men Abroad.HAMTOS reverend gentleman, which was -Kb/th Carolina )(Ja. Marshall remarked at the Lecturer... .....?.....A. W. Weeks Caipley FlarvrxAM ren may be among the unfortunate and
him. Republicans Meet. 1ime df the villainous appearance of the by disappointment and despair be
FALLS, N. fl..Sept 8.-John After an interval of five minutes the LITTLE Rocs oorsmr ORaAsuAnox. among the vagrants at the police
Sept 8.-The returns
G. Whinier family were startled by hearing cries of i man.About bnlf hour after Mrs.Marshall T. W. Raph. president, Hoilister; Mrs. A. court, the occupier of hovel or a sui .
died at 4:30 a. m. He passed murder and for help. Frank P. Boughton : from fifty-three counties gives Fishback an and Towntvud: Tic president liontington O. 1..
Second street
drove the saw
rushed to Mr.Cooper's through Whitewab.ecretsry treasurer, )le&roll4l. LewIaSCBORD3A.n cide.These
away peacefully. HU nearest rela- who was in the house,
for
assistance and found him struggling governor a majority of 18,329 over the crowd which had gathered before Uorris, lecturer,P Utka. are the fruits of the system

I desperately with the stranger who-I both Whipple Republican and Carna- the Borden house. On her return home : LODGES. under which the many are writhing.
she suffered again from prostration so There must be a better way. The
his revolver. Wilkinson
han
was trying to use People's rALATKA.
I revolver the ball party. that her eon would not allow her to see student knows there is. Why not giveIt

1 one fired of the Mr. Cooper's once fingers and grazing narrowly De8h and Phillips counties are De mo- newspaper men, but she had alreadytold andshe retary.C I. Rowton President Joseph Price Sec trial. The people's party is pointingin
hadlet'n
I missing his head. After a fierce ocratic by 850 and 400 respectively. Thisis neighbors what she AX KATEO the right way. What it advocates
for Jenningsand
struggle the desperate robber was pinnedto j the first election since the war that told recently him her sent story.Lawyer Her illness is 8. J. Wells president O. R Thacher Stir- will, if marie into law, bring happiness

I the wall by bit two adversaries and i these her excuse for not coming forward be- retary. where now is misery, piece where now
held there for twenty minutes until the two counties have gone Democrat fore. Her evidence will be received at is distraction, plenty where now is
police arrived and took him to the station. ic. In Faulkner county the People's RClTLAiro.W. poverty and usher in that higher
the next hearing ot the case if one is M. Williams. Fmltland L. 1C Tucker: .
There he gave his name as Wilkinson civilization that is the of
Fnutland. destiny
party elects Us county ticket, but givesa ever held.A .
but refused to make any other
HOLLUTKK.
statement When Mr. Cooper had re- majority of 150 for Fishbeck.I I NEGRO CONVERTED. G. W. Motes, president, Mannrillc tS.F.Bax- men.Don't condemn the millions to disappointment -

regained his composure he stated that -- ter secrttary Msnnrtlie.Luxe and because
misery
WilkinBOB had demanded a sum of RAL>Ron, Sej 8.-All the Republic- He De_.B.ee Kepvblicaa Doetrlme and a ArcR. are well fed and clothed or have good you

1 money from him which being refused, delegates expected. are now in the city. Will Heaeeforth Be a Democrat. J.T. Mlnton, resident.. Bannerrill; w. J. employment to-day. Let others
caused the stranger to attack him Miller secretary BuinerriUe. enjoy
A secret caucus was held in the federal INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8.-L. E. Christy M'jIEEKtX. !life. All cannot be happy

BLAINE'S VIEWS. poetoffice building. The delegates are editor of the Indianapolis World one of H. W. Loop, President, McMeekin; B. X. wage-slavery system.-'ihe Coming
quietly discussing matters in little I eerie,secretary, McMeekin. Crisis.
The Val. of Life Mere Important'The crowds on the streets and w the hotels. I the most prominent negro men of the xoawu.a.0..7..Parmenkr .

It is now pretty certain that a full state state has recently been converted to the .
Con>..relal Intereeivrse.BAKOOK I president Norwalk; eee..
ticket will be nominated. The opposition -I Democratic faith and announces that ary Benjamin Lutkett Norwalk. UNDERTAKING EXCLUSIVELYW.

I Maine Sept. 8.-Mr. Blaine is active and firm but it is said that he intends to support the entire Democratic PE1fIu.
'VJOHN has recently expressed to a friend his they in
are a minority.
ticket at the coming election. He L. J. Arnold president Peniel; J. P. Boyd,
O. WUJ1'1'lE1L views on the clear duty of the govern. secretary.PeIl1eL
baa been life-long Republican and his SNOW'S
a
POUTICAL NEWS NOTES. C.
teves and ment in the matter of the cholera dan HVl'TJrQTOJr. .
pro Douglass were at his bed-
from the ranks of the
I departure grand W.H. Cole president Rantington.BAXAJTA. .
ride when the end came and he seemed' ger. In substance it is to close traffic ..LrklUUN' Flail .. = M* she Democrat old party will doubtless be a surprise to UXDKRTA KINO WAKEROOM3, 28|

I to be conscious of his surroundings at between the old country, Canada and Wl_Prom Vena.a&. the negroes of the state. During the O. L. Wnitcomb, president, Melrose ; L. FRONT STREET, Opposite Putnam

the last moment. I the United States to everybody and FORT SMITH, Sept 8.-Western Arkansas last national campaign he was one of Price,$anans. (louse) Palatka Fla. Residence in.
everything save the mails and eitiiens Mr. Harrison's most enthusiastic IUPporten. ,- name DuDdIng.
The funeral will take at Amee- polled a fall vote in YOQdaY'1election.
place of this and to admit SUB-ALHANGES TAKE NOTICEI
country now abroad
I burg Haas., at 2:30 p. m. on Saturday theoe only after perfect precaution. Fishback. Democratic candidate "1 htfve been slave of the Republican R. S. MOONEY, in Charge.iSJfTELEOTArn .

next. His ideals that there are not and can I for governor, leads the ticket in all. party since the day when I cast my first ::'Tbe 1'blrd. Quarterly Meeting of
ORDERS RKCEIVZ
TTfelttler .. m H.... not be commercial relations which for a this part of the state. His majority will i vote," he said, "but I have made up my Putnam County Alliance will be heldat WILL -
mind to think and vote as I please here-
moment be considered in PKOMPT ATTENTION.
John G. Whittier, wide though his to safety are to to life. He wants comparison homily 25,000. In this city his majority after. I have long since ascertained that Palatka, September 20, 1892, in the ap5-

tame known everything exceeds 700 which is nearly 200 ahead of I the glorious promises which are held out Council
as a poet is, was little aa a now' on the water on the way from City Chamber, over Loeb'estore. Notice for Publication.
man. Indeed he ever cared to be so the Old World kept from the land and a the party ticketNo to people of my color bv Republican .
office-seekers on the eve of an election
known; for he wu modest even to discontinuance traffic across the of states.all foreign railroad People's Party It. I invariably fail to materialize, and it Business of importance to be t us- LASD Omcx AT o.IrraviLLzFW.August 13,.ISO. ,fXTOTICE t

shyness, shunning miscellaneous society Then he would have the borderponCfd I IMEROCK, Ark., Sept 8.-From the seems to me that it i* high time" wo were acted. Please send names of deleg es XS HEREBY GIVE* THAT THE

and seldom appearing on public occasions to perfection, a rigid examination in all returns already received of the election, I calling a halt on such dupery. to the County Secretary, O. L' t. i> following named Better baa filed notice of
hi intention make final in of
or at public assemblies unless they were cities and towns of fruit, and he believes it is probable that the Democratic state ALL PRINCIPALS. comb, at Palatka, care .C. I. Ro hi**claim,and to that Mid proof proof will bo rapport made he-
discussing principles to which he was that Harrison has the power to so order I fore Frank Wright Clerk Circuit Court at Pa-
by proclamation and that there are no ticket is successful by from 18,000 to 25-, in advance the roll can be mn Utka, FJa.. on OCTOBER C, 1W2, via: KenjamiB
,devt>td. He had no inclination to travel, treaty rights to prevent it. 000 plurality. The legislature is Democratic The J.dg.'s| Forcible Charge IlegarulBg1the M'Mhlneton, of Putnam Hall, Florida, 1SVOS,
never having been abroad and having by a large majority. The People's Homestead Riot. before hand, and thus save time. tor tbe Lot 1 of M%, 8WVt of NE;>/;,and Mv>4
k'raternaIl" Wnrrcol of Pty*.Section t i. 8. S, k.53 E. i|.*
made few journeys in his own countrynot DEPUTY MARSHAL SHOT. party ticket polled a surprisingly light PrrrsBCBO, Pa, Sept 8.-Upon the A He names the following witnesses to prove his
vote. It did not carry six counties in T. W. B Se lontJnoooi residence upon,and cultivation of,
prompted by business or duty. By Supposed Sport Whom H. ,'".. 'I'rt. the state. opening of the September term of court ,Jd land, via: Samuel H I1Ita...,01 Putnam Hall,
after the civil when he in his to Robert Turnip.eed of Putnam Hall Fla.
war was near here Judge Kennedy, charges
y"'-..... .... lag to Arrest. Galore. YenaoBt Democracy. low,of Putnam Hall, IlL A. Randall,
.tlany of his rienis urged him at the grand jury laid particular strew on 1 Hall,Fla
MEMPHIS, Sept 8.-Deputy City Marihal Wh ALEX. LYNCH.
WHITE RIVEB JCKCTIOS,Sept. 8.One
different times to go abroad. They as- the Homestead riot. He said any pen. Register.
eftred him that he would enjoy European W. H. Lord, of Dyersbnrg Tenn., hundred towns have Fuller;, Republican who was active In countenancing or supporting Amerhere. .

travel, with its classic scenes, historic was shot and fatally wounded by two for governor 17,447; Smalley, Democrat the unlawful acts was party to Foreclosure Sale.
men whom he was trying to arrest They the not, and all others were equally
associations and treasures of art dice 7,802: Allen, Prohibition 4,689; Wh
had boarded train few miles guilty who in any way encouraged the 1EUAXD( BY VIRTUE Of A DECREE
freight 176.
a
canting largely on these and the Intellectual a scattering, rioters. from / t FoBKCUMtmc: AKD BALE, rendered 1muit
advantage they would be to him. beyond Dyersburg, and when the conductor The same towns in 1888 gave Dilling- There no alders and abettors all Court for the Fifth Judicial Ctrcnlt
He usually gave his delicate health as a ham Republican, 21,683; Shntleff.Dem- were here. fda, Putnam by the Honorable .
tried to them off stood } ttZl
concerned It the
put they
bring was
principal inley, Judge Court, on the 23d
reason for not going, but when it had ocrat, 806; scattering 584. And in 1890 Whoa
of the to enforce the law Knenst, iw<2, in a certain caoe herefawherein
him off with On arrival in town duty jury uninfluenced
guns.
been made clear that he would travel gave Page, Republican,15,865; Brigham, fear favor } inclinations mAde th I Kate B. Huntington i* com
lowlv, and easily, and with every com the conductor reported the affair to the Democrat, 8,341; scattering, 623. by personal L and James H. Shelley, Sheriff and ex-
fort, he admitted that he greatly preferred authorities and Loyd was sent out to wishes or sympathies. The riiministrator of the J>tate of Bertha..
grand jury tON! no time in getting downto here.Who Joseph H. Brown, Charles W. Brown,
to remain at home; that he was arrest them. They were walking away BarllBf-toa Oo. Democratic.BCBLrsoTOK work and during the afternoon passed Land Mortgage Bank of Florida Lim-
never so contented as when at Amesbury from the train, when he called to themto 8.-The vote "j>eland, are defendants, I will tell for
Sept dry Alexander gines c
the :
and under his own roof. halt. They turned and opened fire on upon charges against uibllo outcry, at tbe trout door el these

Born in a small town in Massachusetts him, several ballets Ukin)*.egret and for governor ii. : Smalley Democrat, Bergman, who attempted to assassinateH. living he- u la In PaUtka said Putnam IN County,
tbe FIRST MOMMY OCTU.
C. Frick. There in
are seven counts
(December 17, 1407), where he lived One passing through the hagsT/The. 1,106; Fuller, Republican, 1,016; Prohibition the indictments against Bergman. C.Whochi. .* lnt the 3d day: of saM month, be.
mainly till past thirty and then remove murderers escaped. Their IWI\. are : 24. a11 Rie legal hoar of sale the following dI *-
De I land,to-wit: Lot numbered one (11 ink
Vng to another adjacent small sown, he unknown but from their conversationon !
DIXON WHIPPED SKELLY.The r' thlrty-Bre O5), in the Town of Hontiogand -
cloned his there. He the freight train it is thought living he
days haddonemanyyears' they BASE BALL RECORD. more folly set forth T reference to plat
work on a farm and was always are sports en route to New Orleans. ;-- Negro Had Little Tromble la Knockingthe WhatthIs r Aid Town* surveyed by J. Clyde Power la
fond of nature and of rural scenes and ftoatheraThe Leaca. labo T'A. D. 18M, aU lying and being in Fatntr .
Florida.
associations, as his poems show. His CORBETT IN ATLANTA. Itrookljmlte Out. FRANK WRiGHT
the
parents were Friends popularly termedQuakers following are games played NEW OIU.L\.l'% Sept 8.-The Dixon- pleasureWho Special Master.Jo .
in the Southern and National
Ho Will Giro Exhibition at eGI..' League: *. E. BALOwur, COmpUInant'SoBeltor.an3 .
and he at an early age joined M STteHy fight was witnessed by a much t

their society wore their garb and used Opera Hoase.ATLANTA At Chattanooga-Chattanooga, 4; Bir- smaller crowd than that which greeted Why the --td
their form of speech. Like all its mem mingham, 5.
Sept 8.-On hisreturnfromNew McAuliffe and Myer and from the raiser, a twoote
ben he was opposed' to slavery and his 'atlaal 1oac-e.
( with his Orleans, Jim Corbett will stop in beginning it was evident that it vin
opposition grew years.It At New York-New: York, 12; Chicago No OTtlona. the abo I- #
seems not improbable that, but for Atlanta, and give an exhibition of his 5.At. would be very little trouble for should like
n 10mexpl' to K
his have strong remained anti-slavery obscure feeling td his he death.might great pugilistic powers. It will be given Pittsbnrg-Pittsburg, 5; Washington the Massachusetts negro to win the to how it comes thatghahmeiTown e

That feeling, especially' after the newspaper at DeQi'e's opera house and a large 4. battle. They fought eight rounds before railroad securities eqfal t

he edited in Philadelphia in his crowd will greet the great scrapper. AtPittsburg burgl39 Washington the young man from Brooklyn was to their entire value. They never paid JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND

younger period bad been mobbed was so 11. taken out of the ring, ; badly battered for them in gold and silver for England HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY.
intensified that what he wrote whether A Keat.eky Bank Cloeed.MIDDLESBOBO does not produce either, but buys of
.. while Dixon left the smiling
Cleveland Will Bo There. op boy arena
prose or verse, was saturated with it. Sept AssistAnt the United States, as she also does of SCHEDULE: IN EFFECT AUGUST",1W2.

lie was chosen ((1830)) secretary of the Comptroller McKnight has closed the NEW YORK, Sept. 8.-A special to The and unhurt. grain, meats, wool and jcotton. Now

anti-slavery society, and his stirring I Times from Buzzards Bay says Mr. please tell us how she not only owns SOUTH.LyJaek""YiI& .
poems, expressing his convictions againstthe First National bank of this dty. The will attend the MlMomrt Co-vlet el/-AnpporUnff. railroads but mills ....,. a (jI&IR' i 3epm ...... .... .
Cleveland not at our our
elevators
rally ..........
national wrong early made him conspicuous demand deposits amount $30,000, but JETFIRSON Crrr Sept 8.-The warden ArSt.Augnstiu. 9 Slam a OUpm
:Bloomington, His., as reported' a day or lands, distilleries breweries, packing LvSI AagnIlUae.. ...... ..it 3 lopnilt a Berm
in the then small band of abo are safe and assurances are given that
of the Missouri penitentiary depositedwith houses cotton mills and ArL.Psiatka. .... .... .... ...t .4 Npr epeamAr
litionists. every dollar of them will be paid in the two ago. the treasurer compresses, Falatka... .... ...... ...t" .4 3Irm t. 30 am
The poet retained to his dying hour next few days No one will lose any state f 17026.82, being refineries, treat building*-in fact Lv Palatks...... ...... ....".t .4 alfp ...... .. ..
the cash for earnings of the .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ...
his interest in He remained" thing so the officers the receipts pen. most of everything worth having. L. E. 1'1&1.1&. .. 14 51. .
politics. a say, save stockholders DAILY MARKET REPORTS. ....... ...
itentiary! for the month ending Aug. 31, When solve this and it is Ar SaD )lateo. ...+ ..,',t 118p.
and problem
radical Republican from the formationof : realize on paperthey you At Ihmond. ''tTHpsa. :
the party. He always maintained hold everything will come out >a..1 Store. sale 189?,of derived brick and from stone the and hire for of convicts simple enough when you begin tothink Ar Dayton:: :::::I::::::::::ft! T >. :::::: ::::
keeping
that Fremont was elected to the presidency whole. Most of the paper held by the right you have the great social KORTH.Daily. .
flm .i United States The total
BAVAXMAII Sept. T.-Turpentine prisoners. expenses .
in 1856 but that he defrauded bank is accommodation with individual industrial like boot.
was paper question an open
&& rodn firm at f 14TH.VlLJilsOTOa. of the penitentiary for the monthof
of it false in endorsement Its value .Daytona. t 6 f amt. .
by of
counting, chiefly real estate valuation. dependson \ sept 7.-Turpentln* dun at August, including feeding, clothing A majority our voters must solve it l Ormond..t: :::::: 643 ate' .::::. .::: :" ::. ::::
Pennsylvania opinion shared by a If property 24H; rocta firm trained 85; rood trained pay of officers' guards and employes, or or the republic is lost L. Pan Mateo.t, a IS t.. .. ...... ......
other prominent politicians of his era here is worth anything the paper will be 8U tar arm at IL35 erode turpentine firm and Ar E i'alatks .'.".I S 53 .... .. .... ... .. ....
it will ; ; Binary repairs improvements,is$15IW.60 ,- ... .... .. .. .. .. .. ...
.
be .
Mr. Whittier never married and for along good or worthless, and the LJ ArP a.tta. f tao
time his household affairs stockholders will come out of the small sad quiet,bard {Lip; yellow dip $ ; vie the entire amount of which is You are in love with this industrial LyPal4\tka........... .. .. t1e Mom .. .. ...
were pre- gin $Lta out of the for Yea would not have it .... ..
paid earnings August system. LT Ii Palatta. t 9 10 aID.111
faded over by his sister and after her end. The reserve of the bank has been Kxoess of You ArSLAngn.tine.. t1.10amt12 Ifpm... .. .. .
death which occurred some time ago, he short for some time. Pr.dee. and ProTUIon earnings over expenses, changed. vote to prepetuate its L.SU1Igulltlae.. tie 20&lit ..... ... 6 II pm
passed much of his time with his nieceat NEW TOKK Sept 7.-Pork dull and weak; II.MO.M. You fight against those who want a Ar JsekaosrUs...it1150 lUll'...... .. .. e I 4Op.
old. lll.iat .Mj extra f 1XJ(., better era.
Danvers. CMght at Qoarutlne. BMU prime A Fatal CollUlon.WAvrw.T I tDsQy except Sunday.
Middle Arm aid steady short cleat I&.4S You like to
; fellow
see your creatures
York
NEW
Sept. 8.-R. C. Kerens of Connection -At jMkmmTllle with aD diverging -
Lard doll and lower waiters team. 7.SU; : 0. Sept 8.-A collision
clad in
Jaat.1 I>*gherry Deayi.PHILAPELPKIA Missouri, member of the Republican national City team, Lao; options, September. and rags, living in dingy, squalid ilnea At Falatka with the i. T A K. W.
occurred on the Norfolk and Western hovels, hungry and out of work-disheartened System.
Sept. 8.-Hon. Daniel executive committee, is on the October ULClDuoo. railroad, four miles south of here, near and desperate. You vote Cyr tickets detailed schedules and information
\ Dougherty the silver-tongued orator Normannia. Mr. Kerens left his home .Sept. T.-Caah quotation were M Piketon, between a through freight and him there. call on local ticket &geau'W.
died at his residence in this city shortly in St Louis, Ma, about a week ago to follow: Met pork. $10.00e10.0ft. fart teA ro L. CRAWFORD. JOS. RICHARDSON x
the No. 1 running from Ashlandto Go into the
$eort ribs, looee, '. &- Dry wit express police courts. See the
after 2 o'clock Monday Dir.Douglllrty's4aa come to this city and go on duty at Republican
Gen.
00" Pas
afternoon. headquarters.' fchocloera boxed 19037,00; short clear sides, Columbus The trains met on a short creatures, with scarcely) the form of ap't. Af
% was due to nervous Mr. Kerens also boxed. oeT>luCxxrcmATi. curve under full headway and both en- human who have been
,
which affected his brain. incidentally intended to meet his son driven to
prostration Sept T. -Park new fVLrC cinos wore totallr demolished. William drunkeness MET SAVED IS MONET MADE
who is : sun and crime because ordI..
lit had been ill for several. months past Ernest a passenger on the Nor- Current M. a-t Columbus fireman on
Bulk living
Lard heavy make 1.00. Foy ,
that mannia. He went out on ; nary means of obtaining a Save 21 to 60 cent on every dollar yon spend.
recently thought to be a tug and competence
was
I recoverA got meats quiet, abort rib*7.S2& Baooa iteady fee express, had hit right leg crushed Write for oar mammoU Caulogae. a 600-p*<-
the
change for the worse came sud- aboard steamer. Chairman Carter short clear (jOm % sad died soon after. Severalpaisengen were monopolized and denied them. book.eontainbig UlostraUae sad giving lowest man*
.agaa d -* sank steadily until death has received a telegram from Kerens. received painful wounds. Besides the They were once innocent boys and ntactaren prices with misaafsrtttrers dijcoaateof

saying: "I am on board the Nonnannia.M. ." C'IiIoap )lark... lisa of the engines, a baggage ear and girls, and would have been useful men erery bxponed kind of teM goods th*sad United sapplies State maaatactaredaad Groeerte*

... CHICAGO Sept. 7. tv freight can y ere completely demolished. and women if disappointment and UeaMhold Goods Fvnitare.. Oothiag. Ladies'
Te TU T*> the la..dl.g 1-et. Trouble U Mexloe.ZL had not been and Gents'Clotklmj sad Farnuaiag Good,Deer
W1aeat-Or'-'l''': Dee. J&Hs.c C&1h.i,4. /.J\. ; : poverty the reward of
>If. Pa., Sept 8.-A secret meet- PABO, Tex. Sept $.-New*has OorsOek -. Stay OW: Caab 17 --I f or- their labor. You have voted them Boot Coods,sad Wkite Bhos Goods., Glofea.Dry Good Notions. .Hats G!.,..Cap....,

|of representativee:from reached here of another disturbance in 0U-OrC.o-4 H i May, rj; Cab: 3.H. )I.ntaw s.f-aaau.- there. etstlo..ry W Goeka, Jewelry: Snvuware,
depart-
every Pork-Oet,..t: Jam, ILrt.LardOeU .
: ST. PAD; Pioneer Press Do know $ "akmmt -
t of the Reading railroad system was Mexicr. From a prominent citizen of JUbo-Oet.. U Jw 1.11. ., you .how many shoeless O a LT Mr OOODS. Catalog. sass
in this dty to take action Preei11feLeod'a Juarex, Mexico, a reporter learned a few ,TJ; Jan, A.U.Jtew special trod ?-: *, Mont, says: ragged little children with emaciated on receipt ot 2/ants tar r=r..riVf.alJowmr tie w
[ oa that General starved bodies eeJy concern wklcaieil*u priest.
Bepdj
circular issued days ago Rangel and staff The rN.-tate convention nominated and minds me being tLat% t2I.e.
t two
weeks &to bvyer the sane discount
'n i which he warned& were in the Onerra district with a small York Cottoa Y.tar.a2ciw the following ticket: Governor reared in criminal atmosphere Society Biaa teetar r gives to the wholesale bayer. We

i to withdraw from Long, escort to arrest a party of revolutionist, To... Sept T_roDowUc are Qte W. is their nurse and creator. You gMTsale* aU good a* uprsesated tt not feed
and the General and his men were routed, fend ckwUf q.otatloastJanuary J. E. Richards; lieutenant governor vote to damn their whole life so. money rstuded. Good seat by express orfreight.
opeaJoc and
once' committee similar was appointed' to the enemy outnumbering them too ...-....,..._._.........T. 1.444February C. Boikin; congressman, Charles W. give them an never Vita prirUeg of examination A. taAPEX bet-C.pay.tag. -
with a body in New Yorkwday for the soldiers to offer fight The ................1. Jr opportunity to be any- 122 Street f:.
next. It li understood that large of local March..:-......,....._..f7T./4 1Ile platform endorses Harrison's ad- thing but criminals. Qobie Chicago
'dent.YcLeod persists in hitoppoorga.n1.8d is a character and the Aprtl............_..._............... and Do you know how mothers
l labor in government people are trying to keep it '................................ ....:.IO@1.. as &&.i. protective redP'Ocityadrocate. many are
|a so far M the quiet. e'J'eJII.ber.......-.1.5O2.s4 poKcy and the free and nnttmitd struggling to honestly battle In this WE WILL PAYA

employee are. concerned the .t........"t feu coinage of silver.SteckweU wretched: world to keep a family even aslary of MB to*M week to GOOD *caSt
1 take issue with him and tie Into the H.dso Elver.C&AVSTOXS November .........:5 Tn i. when per
up m .sad ssil oar gcaerstKM
strong *reprceeat u rvery toasty
willing ?
if need be to December.................n..7 f.JJ men are failing Biaaaf actvera' OBIT
Cooflraed.PHILADELPHIA (llerehaadiseet prices.
system emphasize Wa N.t e
organiM.A N. Y., Sept S.-TheW. Tone 4&1d.c. MlddUng. >H.IJrerpool You vote to have her fail and her TBOSI warn waxy ITBAOT KXTMMT nosarray.
pit.to Shore train No. 81,which left New Yorkat Sept 8.-Judge Bregy loved ones cast adrift on the dreary c.wocaDd panicalais sect ea reosfytA.
Cottea liter/... in the court has world to become human beasts. ,tents lor UpnMIpo
pleas ,
common
aeldler Fortvjra. 433 p. m. for Albany the .. XARPIX a 00.
track about one mile below jumped The Lrnsroou Iiept.. I.-Frflowtoc are tao down his decision denying the petit There is want everywhere. Hungry IB Qamcf area CUcago.a.IJ''r .

Sept. 8.William Henry' engine, tender and cars opealagaid.loetag. ..eot&Uou.r. of A. E. Stockwell that his selection W people go supperiess to bed every
river and rebrnair 4JM4M-M
inmate of the ilinne- went into the Hudson engineer January Febmarraad Aiarclu............._..4.0 4Uff the directors of the au..cpendedBanking. M iJl night, It is a continual stinting and
"s* Borne has received notice fireman and baggageman were Starch a.4 April........................&. .. ,Trust and Surety companrasJeignee denying of those things that make life drl: J. .t:; .. 11
death drowned. It is reported. that April aadOctober itay. .. ......... ,.. u worth Yet : ( '1n.. I ..,.. ,..
living1.
i of a brother Calif orf several &ps : ::tobepeemb.fpodOro of that concern be confirmed by man can-1 produce ., .., .1-.
|f alien heir to Urn spice of Italian Mflroad. laborers were ca the August .:.::::::::::.i/Or /1 court The Mutual company is known four-fold as much as will keep him in .se.4y.b.mS..4.wI- .......AIW. t. oi.

lued at $20,000,000.. Ale front platform of the baggage car next aDd X ....t..a as Iron Hall hank and 720,000 of funds comfort. You vote to keep him miserable ..._....._U._1M rr.grr.J..... _r a,1Wolcb__ .a ar i.l..bib.et. ar.r'Iua"a .
and XorcnWrasd ...... ....... 64 .. _.... _.. ..
brother gets the Largest to the tender, were carried.down o.e of that order were on deposit when it Iet. =w e. lfl.tl/L
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Kc ...........4.R'B,4: Rt ..(..IfMy(Sin H r1-r fc. a *r.PATIENTS
amounting to 18,000,000.. with the engine. T qua UU*. failed recently. ,'__. .....Lt { There are mortgaged homes. Men : Wrfl tW-Hty rw+.MAI ;Qi'filUIiAL.: .
TREATED BY .
t. '. :<<' : are fearful of a failure in' a payment. I I ti..1.. .. -..... 14 1 ea YYs".a'. t1.wMw..
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ADYICK TO THE KKOACWB. Ai_ aey. 4 aj.iteats: ---DANGER- SrQMAkt.K41tor iI ':;f';>: TO THE TRAVEUNQ PU&LICGxoReu Dead -.u. TAKM CHT.

;;;; the big syndicate, composed of capitalists ralatka 11_-. ', ,...,,'r" SotTI'BER.UND FLA. R. Then;Is a class of individual In almost I have eaten aped from nearly all
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TO AJf. (SuwANEE RIVER ROUTE), n'l every town and community devoid -
of CtecisBati, New York and disastrous results of the the state, even the most
U One of the MAGON, GA., June 1, & of employment who sit around uneatable
If think that A woman any
.-weaker TOO minded than man, stop where Philadelphia,which proposes to drain recent labor troubles in this country is On account of the action of Florida the street corners, and doggeries put one of California and I am of opine
of land it Indian
a tract owns on the effect UJ I having upon the Interest Railroads in refusing to sell tickets in their time croaking about hard ion that for quality of flesh,and abundance

yonare.If you intend to treat yourself any Hirer and make lugar'plantations of oat |of invested capital. It -overshadows over our hoe because we declined to times,the deadness the future. How of juice and general fine quality
of it Is attracting a good deal attention of industrial
the operation
don't not in accordance with these indviduals to eke oat a the apples from the Blue Ridge region
better than you treat your wife, Savannah News. Increase our rates manage
says the pursuits only., but it,stands as a danger of Virginia will
miserable existence is ret known Georgia, lead the
lake one. their views, you are respectfully notified a s =:
The syndicate it is claimed, does not of
the increasing tendency whole
If that runuine the signal to that by purchasing a local ticket only to themselves and the men who United 3talu.-orrhard and
you suppose intend to issue'any stocks or bonds or capital to new fieldsof Garden. .
house consist in paying bills,don't undertake other evidences of debt. It is organized occupy to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City, furnish them with whiskey tobacco,

it. any operation. from any point in Florida, you will and occasionally a few groceries. Debt drives man to ruin and to helL
&
purely a usinees.yndLCate. special This is to be lamented, for everything ticket from either of They sit around like warts and knots. There is not a business, not a profes-
If you have an idea that YOU are too from Cincinnati that "at secure a through ,
r for dinner remain a dispatch says points to the fact that this coun- those Junction points to any point on the face of the town or communityin sion that does not try to gouge and
good a nicked-up ; but
"bachelor.If present it is only a land syndicate, try is still in the morning of an industrial reached via Macon.including all East which they reside and are always cheat the farmer. They have always

it may develop into the giant sugar career that promises to outrivalthe ern. Western and Northern points at a been considered so even in
atten- history
attract analricu1tural
you find it bard task to be happy monopoly of the world. The companyhas of Its total cost to you not to exceed the sufficiently prominent to
past
triumphs
most splendid
.yourself, don't try: to make anyone else had an existence for months and to lowest! through rate of like class, tion of visitors. Let a new comer ; country is spoken of ax a
liappy.If history. New markets are opening quoted by any line from the point from strike the town and speak of making country with inferior peopfe.

her for her figure, through its agents has secured at a American products,and our people are, which you mart. This applies to both an investment and they are ever lead Dr. Chamberlain in the Ohio Farmer .
you are marrying few cents an acre a tract of land on beginning to one and round trip tickets. "I have been
allt"ere. just comprehend way :
to into his ears doleful tales of the personally and
it would be wise to watch pour
on your part the St. Johns and Indian riven eighty- the and breadth, the In purchasing local tickets to any of
length
intimately with
town and prophesy disaster to any enterprise acquainted eight farmers
"her diet closely. above named Junctions, be careful to
three miles and from three to
If you hare chosen a pretty woman six miles wide.long The land has three heighth and depth of the capabilitiesthat take a receipt from agent at starting that may be on the tapis. who quit their farms and engagedin

-without regard to her other qualities, are constantly revealing them point, for fare paid, which should be With dead enemies, dead minds; and other business with the expectationof

feet of rich muck, and, it is estimate selves in.the light of modern progress. handed to our agent, so that he can lost inclinations, they are not only dis- obtaining easier and more profitablework
road.
.halt the !
; jon are on wrong will be worth $100 an acre The South, with her treasures of un- arrive at proper through rate to charge. couraging to newcomers but they are ; but all of them did to to the det-
If incline the that ,
yon to opinion when drained. have beenat I For information as lo rates, routes,
Surveyors developed resources, her mines of i home riment of their pecnu'ary interests
dampers enterpnle.-Polk
any manners are good enough for home it through schedules and sleeping car upon .
tanners don't try to have a home. work some time preparing plans, hidden wealth, is attracting attentionas accommodations apply to undersigned. County Xews. and three of them, at least, to the injury -

being the intention to, drain the land before. South and Central! of their health and the
KNAFT
If think a house should have never JAMES :MENZIES, A. C. shorteningof
you in sections,so that a part may be available America and the Southern Islands of General Agent. Traffic Manager, ELECTRIC BITTERS. their lives."
only one head and that head be yours, The entire cost of; Palatka Fla. Macon Ga. This remedy is becoming so well
next
spring. and ,
life are ,
tbe Sea are taking on new known and to need no The farmers are tbe bone and sinewof
postpone your wedding indefinitely. so popular as
If you are of the opinon that marriage the improvement Is estimated at 14,- opening her ports free to the products Ladies are Unfortunate I special mention. All who have used a nation. What affect them affect

000,000, and two years will be necessary of this country. We ueed to sink Electric Bitters sing the same song of ill. No legislation can be mace to
make man and wife one and that I because the higher they rise in society
to complete the entire work. As praise. A medicine does not exist
deeper our mines, to multiply our factories purer benefit the farmer alone. When he is
jour are that one,send in you regrets at fast as prepared the land will be the weaker they find themselves bodily, and it is guaranteed to do all thatis
eaeeIf to widen thedomain of our claimed. Electric Bitters will cure benefited all feel the effect. Not California -
planted in sugar cane. It is believed cultivated lands in order to meet the Risley's Philotoken controls'the nerves
you are one of these men who all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, alone was benefited by the discovery
that on this reclaimed swamp enough demand to come .upon us. But aids nature in her various functions, will' Boils Salt
think,that'10 of their income soon remove Pimples, of gold, but a nation. Betore
cent
per sugar can be raised to supply the whole to improve the opportunities now open- and thus combats with the many ills of Rheunf and other affections caused by us are these truths.

belongs to the taproom, in Heaven'stame of North America. Truck farming must be womankind successfully. If your impure bl()()('. Will dnve Malaria from '
let marriage alone.TO will be followed to extent and ing some pacific means Weekly Press: "The man who while
some druggist has not got it he will order it the system and prevent as well' as cure
on the higher knowls small fruits will adopted by our State and National all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache growing good crops increases the ferti-
.
THE WOMAN.If be cultivated. There appears to be a Legislatures to give te labor that for you for SI a bottle, from Chas. F. Constipation and Indigestion try lity of his acres, works on the lines of

yon are extremely fond of dancing good many schemes on foot in Florida, confidence that right will be pro. Risley, wholesale druggist!': 62 CortlandSt. Electric Bitten. Entire satisfaction
true science. No matter where he
I :;; New York. Send for descriptive
a
:you would do well to marry a dancing and Horace Greeley's prediction that it tected. We need uniform labor law guaranteed, or money refunded. Price
-matter. would one day be the richest State in a pamphlet, with directions and cer 50 cents and 91 per bottle at Iwry AHulse's acquired the peccessary learning,

the Union may be fulfilled. in this country that will secure the tificates from many ladies who have druggists.The whether from books, or observation, or
If you don't feel qualified to be a relative rights of labor and capital-a used it and can't'say enough In favor ,

poor man's wife, don't marry a rich IB Jacksonville. law that will mete out to all parties of Risley's Philotoken. counties have made .experiment, as long sfl he works intelligently
following
Democratic Headquarter equal justice in the distribution of the he is aided by science and is

a.11- Mr. George W. Wilson of the executive wealth created by joint endeavor.P. T. Wheni It Mar Concern appropriations' to far towards the Florida helping to advance science, although

you are marrying for money only, committee of the Second congressional T..L. QUE>rv. From this date we apoomt Jesse E. exhibit al the World's Fair: Du- he may call it a different name."

jon must only expect to get what district, arrived in the CUT PABALTSRS.Frank Burtz our agent in Palatka. lie is authorized vii J, $2,000; Hillsborough, $1,000; It was Daniel Webster who said;

money can buy. yesterday and immediately began.look A CURE FOB to collect any money due us, Monroe, $1,000; St. Johns, $1,000; "The farmers ,are the founders of

If you are going to marry a man for Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. and to giye a receipt for the same. Oseeola $1,400 \assau $.300 Dade civilization." Horace Mann said he
for location for the headquarteas ; ; ,
his looks, you must not be surprisedwhen log a Ter., says: "I Induced Mr. Pinson, LOWRY & HULSE. *$1CJA total of$7,000. i took h', first: lessons in agriculture in
ofJboth the and 26 1892.
state congressional
he gives ypc black ones. whose wife had paralysis in the face,to August driving the cow to pasture and leading

.If you are going into the ;hang a mittee. buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain STREXOTH AND WEALTH.If SUMMER SCHEDULES. tbe horse to plow upon the farm; and,
has chosen rooms 16, 17 and 18e though fate led hm into other paths
bhsdly, don't hold up your hands in Balm. To their great surprise before are not feeling'strong and the advertisement
Hubbanl block. The rooms you Attention is called to new later on, there was never a time in his

holy horror when you get your eyeopened street commodious the bottle had all been used she was a healthy, try Electric Bitters. if "La of the East Tenn. Va. & Ga. I life when he enjoyed a purer or more

,1 Forsyth ,are great deal better. Her face had been Grippe" has left you weak and weary Railway System,Showing correct schedules i unalloyed pleasure than at the period

.U ntrally brat drawned to side but the Pain when he had horse and cow to care for
you are marrying a man to reform one ; use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts via their various routes. THE
had to do1e
of each
next during a part dayMary
him, it behooves you to exercisi Balm relieved all pain and soreness, directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys TIMES commends favorably Mr. J. M. Marsden. .

all the zeal and patience of a refer went and the mouth assumed it natural gently aiding those organs to per. District Passenger of the #..........".
tablIsh It also a certain for Jolly, Agent \
is cure
shape. form their functions. If are
If yon contemplate taking a hh'tn you A fact that all men with and
the rheumatism, lame back, sprains, swell afflicted with Sick Headache, you will System, Jacksonville, to the traveling gray
order to gain greater freedombe \* heel- i&s and lameness. 50 cent bottles for find speedy and permanent relief by public. If the!caunot get informationand many shaded whiskers should know,

surprised if he should profit by unrsheemed safe by Ackerman & Stewart Drug. taking Electric Bitters One trial will tickets desired from nealelt coupon that Buckingham's Dye always colorsan

example.If convince you that this Is the remedy ticket agent, Mr. Jolly will answer even brown or tfcttt at will.

you have been engaged gists.Election you need. Large bottles only 50c. at letter of inquiry ,in detail and
times for the :Notice. Lowrv & Hulse's drug store. every tlcbedoles Hon. Mason Young receiver of the
before this, you had send parties maps, complete ,
wait six months; perhaps thgagement I to noI etc. lIe recommends, however, that J. T. &; K. W. Railway Systemaccom-

be followed bj I be well WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1891, through tickets be purchased from panied by other officials, are engagedin
may Dollar
One
another.If ski, etc. under the Constitution of 1885, of the WeeklyBuys starting point when practicable as in a making a thorough inspection of the
majority of cases much is saved
you hare an idea that ] big flag State of Florida,did pass a, Joint Resolution a good Gold Watch by our Club by doing so. The local money agents are properties of the company. They

a coo ed. The proposing an Amendment to the System. Our 14-karat gold tilled cases therefore the best ones to see first passed through Palatka Tuesday morn

,and an all allowance can make f. l opportuncrats Constitution of the State of Flundaa, are warranted for 20 years. line Elgin about tickets, etc.I ing. Whether this careful Inspection is
home,you should get yourself < or Waltham movement. Stem wind
toThe and JLbe same was agreed to by a vote a harbincer of changes, the public must
and set. Lady's Gent's size.
aery with all convenient or Equalto know we're gettin'tiredOf
spec '
of three-fifths of. all the memben any $50 watch. To secure agents await coming events.
Jf that God the summer an' we
you expect ,
wlu say
a street, elected to each House; tha the voteon where we have none, we sell one of
jour home because that We wish't was only winter Sallow and leaden-hued complexion
you put set the said Joint Resolution was entered the Hunting Case Watches for the ,
went in yellow worsted and an d on thertp.n Club price $28, and send C. O. D. by But It never works that way; soon give place to the loveliest pink
upontheir respective journals
frame, you are doomed to disap express, with pnvilege of examination An' when in dull December, and white, when the use of Ayers
forf and thereon and
,. '. with the yeas nays before paying for same. En them fields is layin bare, Sarsaparilla is persisted in, and cosmetics -
good, they did determine and direct' that the Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes:
If you have an idea that marrie Wilsonhe said Joint Resolution be submitted to Which now is green an' gleamin'In entirely abandoned. Nothingcan
have confessed don't know
Our jewelers they
-,life is easier than the State the Gen- the tremlim' air counterfeit the rosy glow of perfect
any it was in entire the electors of at how you can furnish such work for the money. hazy ,
jour mother's time, because eral E'ection to be held in each county We'll be wishing as we wonder health which blesses those who
can
you Our at Heath Springs S. C.
Agent
..Sparkmaa '
in Florida, on TUESDAY) next i If the frost is going to ketch us, use this medicine
tin a boarding house and writes
live :
putout wi RTe room:, pay : succeeding the First Monday in October For the hottest breath of summer

your washing, don't you try it. has been sol Bri-ism of: : 1892, the said Tuesday being tile "Your got the watches last take watch at said sight.that The he gentlemanwho examinedand That ever useter tech us! I

C It you are fond of dress and feaow M :lOOper because he iSw out on the 4th day of the said October. The said priced a Jeweler's watches|n Lancaster,that' -Pensacola News.
But he'Ilbe tbere. -Ilere are reads follows were no better than yours but the,price was,".S."
and empty parade and take pleasuresin Stt Jp. Joint Resolution as : Mexican--

the frivolities of life, don't marrya hi! apdointments in connection with ARTICLE I. Our agent at Pennington, Tex., writes Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
the state nominees: "Am in receipt of the watch and am pleased
man at all, merely marry something Lake Butler, Wednesday, August 31, Section 2 of Article X of the Constitution without meausure. All who hare teen it My it rVfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FOR ALL
that will pass for a man.-Ex. noon. is hereby amended so as to would be cheap at.-o." !JJpersons having claims against the estate
1 read as follows: "The exemption proVided One good reliable Agent wanted for of Johu McGliI to present the same duly au-
Hamilton, Thursday, September thenticated within the time required by law,
"TOILETTES" for for Nin Section 1 of Article X of each place. Write for particulars. or this notice will be pleaded' : in bar; and sit
September is a superb noon.Williston September 3 the Constitution of Florida shall inureto EMPIRE WATCH CO., SEW YORK persona indebted to said estate whim eke payment
Saturday
number of that to me. ANTHONY MoiiltX,
elegant Fashion
noon. the widow aud descendants of the dee -tfChamoerlaln's Administrator.PALATKA Mustang!

Journal. Each Issue seems to be more Grahamvule, Monday, September 5, party entitled to such exemption in the ae2-8.. FLA.. September M,1v4.

beautiful than the preceding; it appears noon. following proportions, viz: One half EyeOintment. and 1 tsIm: i

to be Wednesday September 7 thereof to the widow, if there be a .
NOTICE.
growing in size as well, Leesburg, ADMINISTRATOR'S :
and the half to the
:for has noon. widow, remaining A certain for Chronic Sore
it now twenty of choice cure Eye,
paces S child or children and his or their de- IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT SIX
Sumterville Thursday September
engravings Instead of sixteen as for- scendants, the latter taking the interest Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Old I NOTICE: AFTER DATE I win present to

merly besides a handsome cover, yet noon.Osceola, f Alachua county),Saturday, their parent or parents would take if Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema the County and,vouchers Jttdre of, Putnam as Administrator County my the accounts Linimentfor

the price, 15 cents for a single copy, or September 10, noon.Newmanvlle all re. If there be no child, childrenor Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipplesand and estate for of discharge A. N. Edwards.such Administrator.for final settlement,
September descendants, then the exemptions Piles. Ills cooling an{ soothing.
Monday
11. O September
per year, remains the same. It 12 noon. shall inure to the wdowt if there be Hundreds of cases have been cured by ISO.JAMES C. CONDREY,

is quite evident the publishers are de- Judson, Wednesday, September 14, no will], as provided infection 4 of this it after all other treatment had failed sep2-6m Admla1 tracor.

termined that TOILETTE shall be the Waldo Friday September Article. If there be no widow then It Is> in .
put np 25 and 60 cent boxes. IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL
favorite Fashion Magazine in this Melrose Saturday September 17, the exemptions shall enure to tbe descendants -

country, and it is just as evident that Callahan, Monday, September 18. of the party entitled theretol CIRCUIT FLORIDA,

our lady friends are of the same opin- DcClenny, Tuesday, September 20. and such exemptions shall Q X nn BEA-mrs ORGANS u PUTNAM COm Y.-IN CHAN.
Q 0 OOQ BaaUAtIRGAIYS. tor
ion, as they are all buyingit. All first- Mt. Tabor, Wednesday, September debts except as specified in Section 1 tcoUn,rata, par-

class book and news dealers-have it on 21. of said Article. DANIEL.BEATTT, CERY. MAN

sale one month in advance. Published Lake City, (night), Wednesday Now therefore, notice of such determination WaRbington, New Jersey.
TOILETTES is hereby given with the Henry Beldad Foreckea: >?
by PUBLISHING Co., September 21. ..... { of
I.
126 West 23d street, New York. White Springs, Thursday, September following instructions: Absalom W.Dieter et aL Mortg-
Any elector desiring to vote at such FORMER ONLYYOUNG
22. TT APPEARING BY THE: AFFIDAVIT OTL
Jill our candidates are ready, will be adddressedby I election in favor of the said Amend HC5KV BCLDAO.the cwnplalnaat.tharAb.e. and *
The ruction has These meetings ment shall have written or printed, MEN* MEN tom W.Dieter is a noa-re 'MD&of the State of
begun. Senator Wilkinson Florida,and that his residence! is at feS Deanstreet
Hon. C. M. Cooper and on the same side thereof as such HI II tat TUU Sf tit SIIMITS Cl /tunas.b.iea. .
Bold her down and keep her steady, and ...en...free.._el..... ,Brooklyn Row York, and that the said
Call, Gen. Robert Bullock names are writted or printed the words .. defendant to over the ace of
t& M
An' we'll have 'em on the run. H. TV. Long, accompanied by one or "FOB. TM AMENDMENT," and any ,, SHAKE.Off THE HORRID nwwtWy SNAKES Absalom It is therefore W. Dieter ordered do plead that answer;defendant or demur,

Give us Democratic speeches, more of the speakers announced else elector desiring to vote against said aap. =a.rwr..r.r..w7'an..raLFu to the bill of complaint, filed herein on or before
Sling In facts and where.-Jacksonville Evening Tele- Amendment, shall have written or the THIRD DAY OF OCTOBER, Iadotherwise : BEAST
your figures, OUR NEW BOOK a decree pro confeaau will be enteredanincthim.
An1 we'll down the crowd that gram. printed on such ballot on the side ''MM-.|....,.<..fci***! .
preaches there above prescribe, the words y tor.-.4 tl.D pMMlME -It U further ordered that this notice be publiahed -
-Poor politics to niggers. APPEALTo "AGAINST THE AMENDMENT.: :- u ,{ N LL. once a week for four consecutive weeks ia

Pensacola News the Several Boards of County Commissioners The votes cast: on this question shall \ =tfRLr? the Palatka la said Weekly County Times and Circuit.a newspaper tmbUshed -

by the Florida Press Association be canvassed and declaration and return .....tr'" Witness my hand and the seal of said Court fanForty
BKATTT PIA>OS AND OROAXS. _... ....-et this Ruth day of Annst,1892.
shall be made the
unanimously Adopted at thereof by Inspectors j L..s w venial Meaa..a.o.aq.e. FRANK WRIG HT Clerk.
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great and by the County Canvassing .a ad .r.... D. [scAtJ By D.M. KIRBY.D.C.JosKrn .

Organ and Piano manufacturer, is Gainesville, July 20,1892."Recognizing Board, and by the State Canvassing =llaa. aav'Nt.rai IIdIwFIF'I'II H.SrArroao Complainant'*fleU it.or.. t

building and ever more Oiganland the imperative necessity Board in the same manner and at etpaa ads .t1.r._ aa1I&8U. +-. -t..Na. tars to ...waataelR Years

Pianos than In 1870 Mr. for immediate action if Florida is the same times as votes cast for persons ..rurt...._suMspLa*.:ui:Hue::- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUTNAM

Beatty left home a penniless lowboy to avail herself of the unequaled opportunitySafforded for offices at said election are required ....- 'Mrr.fw.l.wW.Nrwe.w...
and his indomitable be ::::rw 1.d.laa V. COUNTY, FLA.
by wul he has the World's Columbian by law to' canvassed, declared !! MED1CALCO.BUFF ON.Y.
by
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worked his way np eo as to sell so far and returned.

nearly 100,000 of Beatty's Organs and Exposition for showing to the I The attentlon'of the Sheriffs is called Edwin O......Sackett I' Divorce.Ida THE

Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems tot world her matchless resources and attractions to the law requiring them to cause a JACKSONVILLE I F.fiackett. I

dishearten him obstacles laid in his the Florida State Press Association notice of the said election to be published tppeariag by the affidavit of J.Z.Baldwin,

way, that would have wrecked any I earnestly, urges the several in a newspaper printed in the 3188E11 O Dy8iACicaillAg<< Works agent a ao-reident.of complainant the State that of Ida Florida r. Sackett.hot to is a

--ordinary man forever, he turns to an I county if there be a paper in the resident of the Town of Westfleld, la the Stake STANDARDFor
advertisement and comes out of it Boards of County Commissioners county; and if there be no paper published I of Massachusetts and that she to ever the age

brighter than ever. His instruments, throughout the State to make liberal in the county they shall cause 28 Xewuaa Su,bet.Bay and Foojth. ot It twenty-one to therefore years ordered: that said Ida T.ftaekettio .

as is well known, are very popular and appropriations far space in the proposed at least five copies of thfs notice to be I appear to the bin of MONDAY, filed bereta.DO .
are to be found in all State building and "Official State I or before the FIRST Cf OCTUBSR
<< parts of the posted in the most pablic; places in the I next, being tie ad d.alof said month otherwise
worlc. We are informed that during Gazetteer," as outlined in the recent xmrty. ,v* ONLY FLACE OF EKIND IX FLORIDA. I a decree pro confesao will be entered SaleBY

the next ten years he intends to sell appeal of the State Commissioner and In[ testimony whereof, I have here- icatnst her,
It to farther ordered that this notice be pfbItohedooee -
200,000 more of his make, that means for such action we pledge our hearty unto set my hand and have hereunto week for four consecutive weeks
and Gents of description
Wear erer
business of 120,000,000 if v* average co-operation'and support.'' affixed the Great Seal of Florida Cleaned Ladle or DJecLI7"Parties ? I. the Palatka eekly Times,a newspaper palt-
ALLDRUGGIS'
them at $100 each. It is already the Don't sell for less than at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 2Jday tending foods l>y expr M, 1 pay fehed DoM In this said August County both and,1lr92FRANK Circuit'
largest business of the kind in exist yonr oranges of June, A. D. 1892. charge OJMwa1. WRIGHT,Clerk.

ence. Send to Daniel F. Beatty, Wash 51.50 on the trees; the indications are JOHN L. CRAWFORD, I By D.M.KIRBY D.C.
H. BALLOU, Proprietor. J.E.B ALB WET,Complainant's foIiehor.aeww : T TI
ingtoaew Jersey, for Catalogue. they will be worth even more than this. jyl-td, Secretary of State... J11.tt r .

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GORMAN FOR- DEMOCRACY. 'Appolattuenl far-Speaking la Nearly" All VERTKEES: : CO

.. dare a Ma. c..... Atari t. Dltrar > A gist rlorkla. .
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1 HI rartre' WUka.WASHIXOTOH Issued at 1 boo stale exeuti>e wwnmiltee: of tbe .

Sept t-Senator Gorman tural :; Florida democratic party baa made Le '. '. ;' ;. .
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of Maryland, every now and then ing value following appointments for pojjic{! ..

consents to talk a little abont polities. nine of speaking by the candidates themselves ;

Ha was .ked-th. Chicago convention elected, and leading supporter of the ticket:

being-the topic uppermost in converse the does he feel ?-He feels APPOINTMENTS. '
tion-if h. that ha had Orange Boxes Wraps
thought any were dark unfading, dyed- Jacksonville, September 9,night. ,
show in that convention. "Oh, no," ha and in eternal blue and he Green Cove Springs Sept. 10, noon.

answered "I was sever in it. There mer : feel the same way Palatka, September 10, night.St. .
*** a tr.mendoaa..entim.nt for Cleveland Flower the Remedy. Augustine, September 12, noon.

and it was simply impouibl. for The DeLand, September 13, 11 a. m. Hoops and NailsAND. .
he feel-He feels
certain a Tiiusville, September 15, night.
anyone\ to ban withstood th. tid.' in .
lavor of Cleveland." yielding generally dull and con Sanford, September 14, noon.
sometimes excruciating- Orlando, N-ptemb-r 15, night.
"There ia a good deal of talk abont potash, Flower the Remedy. Tararea, September 15, 11 a. m, DEALERS IX-

your your opposition to Mr. Cleveland have Wildwood, September 16, lla. m. ,
DOW." I is that he feel-He feels a Dade City, September 17, noon.

"That," said the senator "i, not : should be hiccoughing or jumping of Uartow, September 19. noon. Flour, Grits, Corn, Bran Hay, Oats Cotton

worth talking about. A man can't afford : value Is after a meal raising Arcadia September 20, noon. >''''. ,
to oppose the party's wishes if ha while the matter or what he has Kissimmee September 12, noon. Seed Meal and Fertilizers. .
Tampa, September 22. noon.
desired to do aa I don't wish to do so. about 50 drunk-August Flower Key West, September 23, night.

I am for the ticket outright. Individual .. weight., Manatee, September 26, 11 a. m. OLD J., T. & K. "". RAILWAY FREIGHT 110 USE.|
differences are submerged in tba
strife. party farmer ; he feel ?-He feels BrooksnUe, September 27, noon. orders will receive attention and
If a man disliked Mr. Cleveland igrAll prompt quick shipments made.jg, ]
and bolted he would be simply getting from his :. decay of vital power; Inverness, Septemoer:) 28, noon.
out of the party. His personal miserable melancholy Ocala, September 29, uoou.S .

grievances are subordinate to the party continued and longs for death and
welfare. Let me tell you something. he thus Tlior-mga. Practical Tnatr-retto-i. GrtMmtmt
Flower the Rem
W. have no doubt of the election of our i titled to petition. Csulog free, Write toLOUISVILLE.

what ticket in will November.be gained Can by those you tell if any me I eras giving, I I A. Baker, SHORTHAND I TA1 T 5, sia t zro !U ass c LEE..

there ar., whose dislike for Cleveland the he feel?-He feels so KY.
prevents them from working for his receive eating a meal that he can
election? Can yon tell ma what they ter as has -August Flower the ,
will gain No, 1boe.littl. differencesare his farm 0
healed before the of election the
day
.. Sole Manufacturer A. V. MOwXT. WALTER THOMAS.
and faithful Democrats vote the party profitable .
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ticket." a dry New .JTCV. U. S. JL -

GAMBLERS MUST GO. to him ? MOUNT & THOMAS

Little Putnam"SAMPLE ,
AM IUIa g. Judge sad .krlff G. .. the
An old
Warpath.BtooxiaTOX .
(ice, ROOK
Sept. L-:Judge Myen
has adjourned the county court and an East STREET PAIU.TKA FTJL '

just before doing ao sprung a very Inter. of a of Cfcoto If la..,XJ-inor and Cl- MANUFACTURER or
ba Stock.
..tlnl.urpri..poD the number of people speedy
I. the Promptly Filled
Country
who for have persisted sumption Staple andFancyGrroceriesPALATKA
many years
hi maintaining roadside saloons and and all I CHAS. HEKKBA. Proprietor. CYPRESS AND YELLOW[ PINE 1

roadhouses adjacent to the city in violation I also a I II ".* vro Da ''SWAHE RiBBEa."

of the law. These people ban I vous

time and again been fined and hava I plaints, Sulphur! LUMBER FLORIDA

corns to consider the fines aa a sort of ful

license to do business. The Judge how. l cases,
known Hotel. FLA. CORNER LEMO AND WATER STREETS.
ever, took a different view of the situation i Springs SATSUMA HIGH IS. '
tuated by to > L
and added to the fines jail sen 'relieve I
T*. KINO, Manager. ALL GOODS WARRRNTE mR MONEY REFUNDED. jalWy
tences. Max Eicho Peter Engelken. Free of Notice of Removal.In .

Joseph Eng-elken. Edward ED leI ken and this FLORIDA.
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i Carl Becker were each fined $400 and lish, with I
sentenced to serve 80 days in tha Mo- and nin RATES BY WEEK: OR MONTH. consequence of the rebuilding of A. D. STE E.,Manager DC Department.r .
Lean county jail. ing with WHITE SULPHUR and CHALY r BlaeuoUU Shop '
) la the South Springs dU-
Some months ago gambling became W. A. x.000.0ysnone per hour. the Store No. 51 Lemon street A. E.: MERRILL Maaagt Hotter BtoftibRBIU.
ao open and general that the city admin.t Roe) cater of all kind. 1a22-tf
ration taking no notice of it thafapsvUors
C. I. ROWTON

t taI\\W-pnll I the "gambling instructed bouse Sheriff.. Let the I has removed to the corner pf Lemon

LW..ta.ritfnrr promptly complied, Editor J. Murphy. and Front streets In the Kean Rlock, ineering COil
\ t -rr- f avery se in the city The lately occupied by H. T. Vatterlih,
*"""* Gambling
waa closed. has, however, :) where he will be glad to supply his
sprung up again and again the city ad. .
the
as heretofore with BEST
ministration paying no attention to it. of It, aa patrons
took the matter into his Billiard Mi and FRESHEST FRUITS In season.
Sheriff Bishop Street t (
suggest, Strawberries : & Co.
own hands and made a raid oa one of Oranges, Bananas, Apples )
the principal joints and captured four. that Tomatoes, Dates, Figs, Raisins,
i 1 teen ,alDeet.n. It is expected that Ac., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes

raids will be made all along the Una. Exchange RETAIL Pies and Candies.
then AND Cigars,Tobaccos, &c.of the choicest Me ical Engineers,
o. tae Eight-Hear Law. brands.

I WASH.KOTOV, Sept. L-IB response freights If minutes."A I I U'IUGlS AN'I.gys. Pure California Grape Juice and

5 to a request from the acting secretaryof center the celebrated J. W. Har New York Apple Cider. 1J1y6- ITH'IWORK'

war, the attorney general has rendered they will I Whiskies. A full line ,

an opinion as to, the application of whether ; brands at the lowest prices. J. G. MANGOLD
the eight-Dour law to certain work and On the .. ,
employes in the war department. The sist of k1esl In the e. Boilers, Engines and Machinery
attorney general, in his opinion, says do just as LEADING ARTIST IN of all, aking a specialty of building small
that La view of tb.previous legislation Just| as ; SIM Launch also furnish Boilers and
the subject, and la deference to where :::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::.::: 1M PMTRAITMtiUNBeCAPE and W solicited. Machinery
upon ._.,.................. 2M ence State Agents for West
s legislative understanding and pur. Rye......................... S 00 In hour 1 parts of the State. We keep on haadu
pose apparent ia debate he is constrained "A A"Boorbon........... tOO PHOT. I APHY. a full h ksmith'.
to hold that the law aa to laborers 00 to L.. & ......................... 00 chin [:mates and supplies. Second-Hand Ma-
prices.
and mechanics ia the direct employment -(0)-1| | FRONT STREET PALATKA.WILL ,
of the government and of the District ; Trade a specialty. Country 0 e ST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, Fro.Perfectfe .
of Columbia is general and that A oc23-tf ATTEND: PROMPTLY TO CALLS "'-
"-'WIO' Groves,R8&deDen,ecc..wlta.n .
limitation to public works applies onlyto one miles ->**'' .tance of Studio. Always up
such persons aa are in the employ of class to the Latest ityic.of rortraltnre. If you wanta
contractors and sab-contractors. Hotel, Crayon of jnrarMlf or old Picture enlarged try "JF Musf cal *- .
n* before tending off to BOOM free portrait Y
wkMyoe seek be ..
e.ymg. Pt.
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......I. r...r la x...... Telegraph TOBVEBLY BOTU TOO SIJ) fraud. Call and see 1'fJC1men. no203mIEATlfS .. wriw ne shuns C

ExroRlA Sept. 1.-Great Excitement B Lowest New York Price
sera; STREET NEAR BAT, JACKSON' .
ORGANS nd
prevails among cattle men in YILLK. FLA. Wash STETNWAY*
Chase, Greenwood and Lyon countiesover vile; ington. New Jersey- &0Y -tf
LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE sal lake a* ..tkeabLkuii.
the reappearance of Spanish fever. and Thoroughly; Renorated.
Dr. Richards a veterinary surgeon of ural to SXOdper day.DODGE. E. C. KELLY
this city went to Greenwood county Mountain A CCLLKNS ,
and examined some cattle on H. C.Jocbon' higher
cattle ranch on the south fork Lookout a Proprietor -SIGN OF-
of the Verdergris. The presence of and
Spanish fever was established. A large ural We are Wholesale Southern Agents
The Coffee Pot !
number cf the cattle ia tHat vicinity Black Biff ft*thcee celebrated favtramenta,and you can boy from u* aaellr
have been exposed.: Mr. Jackson has knowlett cheaply, and amfilr by man,a*la penon. S A.k t
lost about 40 head of fine cattle that tomac. Gr A Full and Complete Line of LUDDEN & BATES Savannah Qsu .
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would average 1,300 pounds each. STUVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and
There have been reported deaths of GOO Good TINWARE which must be sold. ..
head which will at least $30 usual -4 .
average per will pay to Inspect this stock,as I keep
head making the totalloe. nearly 7120.- Reds nothing but the best of evemhing. BAMBERG-
to $
000. fCO
named Plumbing, Tinning and Gas Fitting
Tae Froaeaer O.es Fr... executed in the most approved style
County, and low .
promptly at prices.Don't
Tenn. 1. Rev.
CHATTANOOGA, Spt I> -
forget the place. Sign of the
James R. Hunter was tried in
a justice
Big Coffee Pot, Lemon Street, between
court for attempted assault on Miss Second and Third.
Business College
Alice Brannon. It resulted in acquit. I Iquittal. AT THE HEAD !

.the squire adding that be did
not believe Hunter had don. .moral A lady THE ACME "-
wrong The decision war received with cess ot

cheers by the large crowd pre..n'The [at the APARTMENT HOTEL
trial was a sensational one. especiallythe I CALIGBAPH. BAMBERC S. CJ:
argument of Rev. D. Vane Price, gave us
who defended the ministry generally I uable Refitted and Refund-bed with Entirely New
from reflections cast upon it J>y Colonel !claims Y call the attention of the Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located convenient
Clirr the attorney of the prosecution of to the "CALIGRAPH" WRITING to Depot and Boat Landing Good
The defendant is in charge of Citico sting renowned the world over for high- Dining Room la Connection, with Comtpond-
it the lug Low 1"rIt'M.1'1mU.bed.
simplicity and strength of CUM-
Mission a branch of the work of the and tar and fenr-tertcd DURABILITY. t ltoaoini,Me. to f LOO per Day THREE TEACHERS. FOUR
M. E., church, south, in this city. >LrOLDL\U-Ea-i-t, Steadiest, $2JM to H.W per SUBJECTS
rot depression la writin ;. Level Key. H.A. BtRTProprletor, i
... washing I key for each character and SO Fla.
Teat 0.* at tae Fair.CHICAGO lit W.Bar tenet JaetownriHe
three AU ran* Interchangeable and bear-
ocII81t,1VIGOR
Sept. I.-The Texaa: ground or ; : ( BOOK-KEEPING '
that is 1*offered not r poo It* "Record" SHORTHAND,
at the World'a Fair has been turned bat upon tu ISTRIS81C WORTH .

over to Charles s. Morse, representingthe
Circulars on appUeat.loJa.JAS. ,
Wom.DI'Texan World's Fair Exhibit We CURE TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP-
association. The Texas site ia for years A. BAIlt, Agent, .

acknowledged to be one of the finest oa King's Falatka. Fla. YOURSELF .
the Work don Dr. Flf tree Vd with Gonorrhea
grounds. ,
preparatory to constructing '
Gleet,Whltec. pen&atorrbccaoraayBanatnraldicftaTr If you want PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS .
the Texas state building baa len's .ai

been oommenced. and have A MAN your druggUt for a tool of at a MINIilUH COST, come to our College.; Send one cent stamp
Director General Davis, through Mr. I sell as I G. It con la a few day
I the aid
without publicity ofa
for Cata1o
Morse congratulated the ladies of Texas universal WAS A PERFECT MAN. 1 doctor. Non-peuoixm and e. jjl-U
upon their auccesa. Arkansas and Florida tate to tt0 \piara&teed not to stricture.L .
ftlFKT n rH.r-.UClUSlII
WM
were both anxious to secure the site Mwr..e..S..wi.wte L n r Dutttrtal Amtrtea* Curt.Maaofactored .
stand mr.sr.I MMr
given Texas. I we .....--....- by
price if ::l1 MA*V-:La'snl arxeieYBUNt k She Xn=j Owaicxl I Ca LOFER BAILEY. CHAS. X. HILUARD. .

l neT DIM Together. low won MEN Oft OLD CINCINNATI+ O -

A'Ew1cux,Sept. 1.-John Oberxney- mats Lisa mrovt 1IlUTE. tl.t.a.

er, a barber and his wife Margaret, their Hulse ,;.._. ..,...s..a LM..Is..ww_D..i.awt.tUUac..aUa-..Rs .. \ tA G. LOPER BAILEY & CO.

committed suicide together in their .r illijm: W1AKBIM, sub.
I home at 635 First avenue, by taking Last ..r..twd. costa I.TITAIJTT rnricr azAirv4.* traceswar
chloroform. They were each C8 years J. D. ,tta rrt4 ft-4 tr.... ........
old, and had been married 43 years. U. cUlm k-r yeas .t praetic by OF MEN
ear erete.te. taMbadinifom
They came here from Hamburg many a -HOBO-GIT or avccuc tre-. Ca.!ly. Qytckty, lr.rnran.sttr H *tor4.'WvaaWM. Fire Life and Accident Insurance
y "he left letters, in one of Mrs. ', tar an Ihtnin.W IJ w..adAaMU ____ DcMltty. aad alt ,
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TnUmenl Ike tam ot.Ttl rrata vM.rronevl-Mr... .....
that of
J\o.. oa account dinner, ham to States sad Ttnt....., tae t9tttM of.-->.sort. tckn-. .worry.... ratare.H
riends and no work '" dcrttep-aeat. rod woe ewes loortaa
with NVR= =: Mtte. M! =
:>::o. C- 11..1.... They left by : *. Io1Lr 4... tl.B.ea1Ow5TaUT- -.IIoda.o4 sudAMe teproTwamt ta*> body, euipt--*.. -hilsumtpee
} in Germany. sucked a e.a to axiTOUD M rawaeu +a tags nfwracM.' ..... T"TM
\t ..,a.N..-1..tt..Hal..uh..M ear | I .. PALATKA. FLORIDA.
io0pox. --'IItrM."
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TBUS '. 'At i**t Mb;tte: (Merl St. Joseph's Academy. ACARD.-, } .. 1). E. Dson and'son are vUU
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There ;will lie mass at the Catholic The Sisters of St. Joseph will re. We desire to express our heartfelt Ing St.Augustine. TllOUBLEINXAStK

Church Sunday morning at 10, and open SzrrxxBER 12, their Boarding eratilude to our many friends for kind life.
is Tabulea
McKENZIE PUBLISHERS evening service at 7 JO o'clock. School for Young Ladies also Day offices during the Illness and death of Ripa proton : 1

-- -. -- --- Everybody iavHed. Seats free.A School f itf Boys and Girl, our little boy. May the richest bless- Cruelty t. C tU.- Hree Negroes Lynched by a Masked

OFFICBt I.. l> s BuMiar. Trust Street The ,course of studies comprises all ings of Heaven rest upon those who so Editor PiUtka Time .
and Driving
No. 1 good Saddle Hob Near Paris.
next to Port OSoe. the branches of a thorough English charitably came to our help, and who Are the police authorized to aryestboss ;
sate. f3es.R.-l: CV |
Horse for C3
cattle
; education, Including Drawing and Pho uttered such cheering words of condolence or others who race and beat -

SUBSCRIPTION RATB-0 e:Tw, .t. O; UMoaUu. : Probably the largest consignment of nography, as class studies. Music( at the time of our sad bereave on the streets? The Outgrowth of the Billing of a

M Gnu ; Three .Month. 25 Cent dry goods to one house that barf arrivedin Piaqo. Guitar and Violin. Paintingand ment. A. E. HOUSEHOLDER. These boys are paid by the owners Negro Desperado.
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la aaee.PALATKA
BotecripUoM AM a<
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Palatka since the the was receivedby French taught if desired. 4* of the cows to take care of them,
Is the
S.:E. Bond of the Don, this week.It Nor time to prepare your yet they treat them in such a way as

FLA., SEPT. 9, 1! required the) space of one car to t AIn'1un PACE, experienced carpet gardens and secure reliable seed, E. S. not only to cause much present suffering -Later Bat Reports Not Veiified-The of Another Negroes Lynching,
and will attend to. Neck the popular Lemon street
matting .layer, ,
gro- in-
the comprising domestics but do them permanent
., transport goods, to a Ar Greatly Stirred Up and
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orders at reasonableipricesIan26.2 '
your cen man, baa just received a fine lot ofLaodreth'
O ERVR. More Trouble Feared
linens, bleaching, ginghams. jury.
1892 September 1892 ; celebrated seed.
. hose, shoes, gentlemen's furnishingsin DALLAS,Sept.8.-A NewsParUTexaa.
Mrs. T. Ames of Pomona was a Green House near SOCTUERX RAILROAD
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the FOR SALE I
fact everything Imaginable. special gives the following details of the

su: Mo. Tu. We:11h. Fr. Sa. goods are piled in from floor to ceiling. pleasant caller at our office Wednesday One Bay Mare, five years old, unbroken SnoFHpo, Second W. R street DBWrrr., for lynching of three negroes near Paris:

Bond says he's going to do the business I. Miss Carrie Drake, of Hampton, N. except to ride. Will sell very rent cheap. Apply to At an early hour Tuesday morning a

123 this fan. H., wno arrived on steamer in Jack l low for cash. Apply to Clever Syd. Lowry,whom everybody messenger arrived Ia this city with the

G. t* Washington. sonville last week, was ia the City JOHN MOTES, knows and likes, left Monday for Crescent Intelligence that three negroes had been

4 5, 6 7 S 9 10 The Annual Encampment of the G. Wedpesday. Miss Drake, who is an 1 Francis Fla City, where he will open a drug I found hanging to a limb by the roadside
... nine miles southeast The officers
- A. R. will open at Washington D. C., accomplished young lady, will take store. Palatkans are sorry to Jose him, I repaired

;'11,12 13 14 15 16 E. September 20th. Round trip tickets charge of one of our cnnntv schools. For Superintendent of_Pukllo lastmetlon. but wish h'm great success everywhere. !once, and to there the found scene the of the bodies tragedy John at

+, will be placed on sale in Palatka, September Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Will Fry, I hereby announce myself as an independent blood. Ransom. Jaok Walker and Bill Armer
the
18 20 21 22 23 24 30th the Atlantic candidate for Superintend. Ripans Tabules purify
; ,19 13th to by Monday, September 5tb, a/girl. Will Public Instruction for Putnam three itegroes well known in the neigh
of
Coast Line, good toreturn up !o.October has been, "tickled to Ueuth"! all this ent subject to the suif of the E C. Post came down from Jacksonville borhood.

2526; 27 28 29 30 31; at 24.63.-.-.These.tickets wilt be week, but never beathtbe cfcuse. County PEOPLE, at the October rage election. If Saturday, returning Tuesday. The testimony at the inquest shows

t 't'\' straight excursion tickets. .No signing It leaked out,towner, and he admittedthe thought: worthy of their support. lle- that a parry of twenty or thirty armed

A "Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can, for purposes of identification will be truth, asking us to keep it confidential bpectfully, ALEXANDER &TRAUSZ. Robert Crownover was a visitor to I and masked men went to the house of

required. Merchants ana persons desiring until the little tot<-.ould say"papa." Jacksonville Saturday. Gilbert Daniel* midnight and dragged
fIII" d Tabules have
Grainger's.Will Ripans como to stay. ,
.' to visit the Eastern cities will be We congratulate you, Will
.. Toward lain town. greatly advantaged by availing them the mascot will brin? a prosperous' .,season Edward Etlehas returned from his F. Quirrels on the streets of Jackson. neck saying he was wanted to show

Mt.5,.; II.: Uollingsworth acne |ln selves of this low;rate. at the Opera House. *'* ':"*** vacation ia the East, after having a ville Saturday. He went down to see them where other negroes lived who
"" P T. "L. QOEEX. i i .. A nmp, i :; had been doing mischief in the neigh
tow U'uesda< |. jt : ?' n' \ v : .. : rirnt ij HaptUt tt.urck.The .. ''k* splendid time. He looking weft. the working of a Dew turn table, just borhood.
*
E. IL Stearns, of Fruitland, was in The brothers have launched Rer. J. C.; Newraanf of Talla- Will Uo ton, will shortly leave for completed for thcrJ. T. They proceeded at once to the house

town yesterday. their handsome yacht, the Waoun and poosa. Ga.I1:; mill! preach Inthe*First Pennsylvania. Jim bhoals' high hat the where Armor and Walker lived and
W. took
Geo. Banett a run
will soon be ready for anything that D phstt"urcll untiay, September It. "sets him off" to perfection. Cbarlie up placed. ropes aroaad.,their neeln. and in
Clever 1? B Hazel ot Mills far Lake City
Orange Georgia Southern M as ,
conies. The best is a beautiful peace All are inrited. Herrera's rattlesnake will have his company with RacMtfii uiartiM themin
(not Peun),Vas ia.town this week. -- ------ bas old borne, Sunday. of the wood I
., of architecture. I --- --
f jf fangs extricated in a few days. Walker shot at the crowd, and it ts:
J : Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
the tomorrownfjht .
Jlemember peaking "
: I t r I DIED." tAt Miss Bessie"!! Jlaile is visiting St. Au- believed hit one of the party He was
aUbe choice selection of the celebrated
Court IloCf ? PERSbNd J tMtCL n's:1O'ADS't: A overpowered, however and taken away.
Roseville, New Jersey. Aagust A''J..L' the Estate of 1r..* Renault deeea.ed. Ltndreth Garden Seeds just received guttloe. The lynehuw iII undoubtedly the out-
lHes of people hare piles, but De- 29th 1892 JOSEPIHXB M. P. Kins'ELL late of Putnam (Countr. Florid, will present growth of the killing of a negro denra -
at E. S. NECK'S of the Os-
I them to tne; and an persons iodeltted to said Grocery. Editor James S. Wallace .
Trams John Ah
'Yift'1tch Hazel Salve will eyre eldest daughter of the late Katherine estate will make t-aymept to we. them. 2. F. PtefcMesrrs. P'UU&uU. q-5w AIRS. L. RENAULT. I The Juanita boat house on River ceola Gazette, Ki inamee, was a visitor ley on July 8t>. Th killing was the re
Kirby and Dr. Joseph at this offife Mondav. suit of a quarrel over a hone trade The
---- U. S.j\.. ,. street is nearing completion. It will be negroes in the 'roquutuut were gnuttlyincennwd

J. A. and Louis Bobannon, o ,aGE a t/ea/ lr.: The steamer Is also under- Travel is heavy on the southbound against Ashley, and threats
of Banoerviile, were callers at ibis of- A Moorter'Gator.i; and when were mad..
going a thorough overhauling
'"h ,
ifarrison RGIA trains now. The people are returning A few nights later name one attemptedto
he Tue.dal. C |tin of the stearnrv finished will outshine a new,dollar.
51'less; 4ltlr s rw homo from their vacation sister Ashley's hoo. and was shot.
Of came in contact Thursday
Mr; Fohe-m, of the Atlanta Journal, The resignation of Mr. E. C. Post. as Early is AUK':-t IH.L HJH-an. & av>ter
m i with a monster 'gator at Yer- I George J. Zehnbaur wan in town : of one of tl J"JK.ju..llOf'! T> "e, told l l a
w"a pleasant caller at TIlE TnnI0cIce : Superintendent of the Presbyterian .. ,
ire ro'sdock. T" ("aptain shot Ito y abont Y>. ',- I'N."IJ".I\ ri" m.t"r1'wll
l ruesday. Sunday School was tendered and accepted Mo&day. __ -.L _y- o' wliiiif ui-';i \\Jw wr iihout (it :iutnuhi :
1 r a Win saaaa saaaaVaJt. rncasLtength.- last Sunday. Mr. Post will remove A COURT MARTIAL CALLED. )!'. Ill l,1 1 :u : i. t.'."..'i*'. ASJ
lea Tabylcg core jaundice.A f .. 1<.jV Imt-icr. w.tit; i.-a,', ttt il l soul hy4tfithfmtHW .
to Jacksonville at an early day. ..
+ei..l rand n s; t i* ae1"nt.
brick *tewak! ha t been laid ( of The following order was issued on \ ... .
IC rr The election a new Superintendent *.M1at..t' "t.'' I' 'nT 11 rt' .1'1.*< r.wl.ir
Lemon .trej between Frt and 4\ Inruy is deferred to next Sunflaj September!, by Adjutant-General :1 t.lit Uell'iil"! >tirin I..l U.ltiivVi"chesten !-
; I Lane and '. ,,':!h'S" \\a. luuww&ar.j
oud i ; :
whiff great improvement, _
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-Ells; A *h 3.! i'ii*ager/ of that' live and TALLAHANSh" :E, FLA,'September 2. looked foe.Swer&l .
11' EtJ, W lqj the ''Fle"- 1m. us rutM Lave ifii bikes out
: 4t1t' 8 > journal, the Florida Star, TltU\-! 1802. Special Order No. 43. I
j icy and whipped. and M, it iuus g. UH M*. In
Baptist Vuncss.tl4aj! t'as a ;j; Loa viUe,-made. Tnt Tttt s.a.. pleasant, cU! A general cons I-mArtial..hi hereby appointed th* pocket of one of -, 'W tit' U4 men way

caller Tuesday. He rex| > I... t naess "\i j e tie Fr&1ay. +We are always glad to ..e ttttt* to meet at Palatka, Fla., on foMndCdu.-nmQsLeattp.aiet' 1 u>bvan iath
m 9 "Mlnlf1iu coucutKia.G ) ; O" .c ds tied by> a BUutMMPot :Uk gr<-1,0 whuhthejr :
inei.enter. fAin such enterprising newspaper men Tuesday the 13th day of September, at swore tu kill Afckn.' .

4. f"W''Jtartinea. w 1 I. I fe: trlsendiml I 43 Mr. Wager, and we congratulate 11 oVlrwr a. m., or as soon thereafteras Latent uixiit a nuonr reacbwl the <'tty

: a WI'l.: (' IrlII.I \t mace THE SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. bim on the neat appearance 01 the bur- I pmrricablp, for the trial of Capt. $. that the "".h.: .> rrf three) iuorHnerr'"is
f had been tituui ia tiw woo-to. ThisTine
bama, returned bale Sat t ...day, joo\1 (t pm' 'I lav arid n'ght the entire year.) !JC. Bovlston, Company A, First battalion .....gdan..1. i". verified.
mash rlaI\1 'i.t.rt! a J.j;ap3.ji qq { cfiJf'nda }O Ioridc .Nate and iuCb .
inipioxpd f in hr"tL.: ii I I troops, Dt'- n w. artipr atly ..tlrn..i np
I I I "
St (:('E.JS UNPAITALLELED! full crop will be the result. A choice other be properly m'er'e ii"'airtnd: more trouDieis z1 -
may
having a t-.ikiulid; linn' pcr8n1 .
t Rio selection just received at E. S. NEVA'SGrocery .
--.L .l f THREE DISTINCT: DEPARTMENTS- brotight before It. _
Licutenit Jlutert I'alun, of I meri Ll, Stenograph. Tee rmpn-ooverlMt sM FRAN t
: teat "f s 1mtter dart cAtett ff'd lUa' JJJSSAJI, Or THE COAHT.Maj. INCREASING
was in town Tuesda) \Vf learnt.... ,"t1i bed >iwclili J* .T ezt;> !woke tysc-4"! f .
Jib ha received 5*'tiilarshff i dad Hoard cheaper than ratter lnnittitiono )rt. W,R Ilousa uti(jialaWiUsa lignified -Irtfit' 'LV-*'Webster; Fourth New York I. Still Safe and Not )taeh FeAr
an appomtmcnt. as ell ,In Ondu>te. asutcted to pwidorui
teadnir of the Itrterlurbeo school. IIi tbniu.b nurewpJ4wwwat'sgency-Dot' .kU. mace ec as SuperlntfOTeirt of the battalion, i'. S.:T. ; -Oarjt. C. P. Lovell, It flk

..turdayverat Send fur' bandso&ie catalogue to Presbyterian Sunday School last Sun- Company BSecond battalion, F. S. T.; QCAIUNTIKK. N. Y, &>p .8.-Nonews Q
friends, of which hi Zia many, will be: "YATT I. MAJtTIX! ,
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pleased lo hear of Uai.TTt.pepsU : tr ae-U 'Mabdh.. Hay" in the absence. of Mr. B. C. I'oet. Capt. R. C. JJeiberuer, Company B, had arrived from lower(Jtwirafitine up U)

t hooll Fourth battalion, F. S. T., Capt. M. 1*. 1 1 o'clock a. m. After the morning visit
*> ; .t J'G. ORANGE MILLS.
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dislresb .j i u i :gating, jour a and at'ople. > Tar CdWpainy E, First battalion. of the Hector to the tdnps'at upper quarantine

totnAelV. poor appetite vbad l taste coated 61Li G. I.-DAVI8 & SON Correspondence! latka Time*. ( F. S. T.; Capt. D F" Conoley. Company the oil tank twuner Brilliant was

tongue and heaul>urt> are cured by .L ". of .is J ORANGE MILLS, Sept. C. B,'Fifth' battalion, F. S. T.; Lieut., allowed to go to her pier. 'The German
DeWiu'a. .Ihs asTButli )f. Mr. ,. ) Orange trees'are in bloom. then clt'8n'and
little fyrl\ Risers, the faQMMIS steamer was : proceededup
(Successor to O.)t Darns,) I n. A. Bnrfonl, adjutant Second battalion ;-
little Kr, has Hay is order. New York at 11 o'clock. The Per
) pills. I F. Peck. Banning'0 pr: fing cutting now.m t F. g: T. judge advocate. to
,
great nereafedthe religious feelingof "Ul'r-'C'n or Mr. J. B; Hazel spent fast week in i&n Monarch has been cleared' and went
Fhel, M1I1di1;g of'Lemon and The court 1* authorized to sit without on her way to her pier.
th people and it now seems that the Ancient City.
First streetsha* been lowered; and 1& regard hours. Secretary Seguine ha* left on the Manhattan *
the thoughts of the,people are turnedto Mrs. L. T. DuPree and Miss Maggie for the lower quarantine with a
being fitted up .In"ntdaea. style for things that make for their peace. Hay, ot Palatka, are visiting trends By order of the !governor and com- large number of tents and bedding to
lIcLarty Brothels as a drt goods store.It T Tanks1PALATKA mander-m-chief. D. LAXO, provide extra accommodations on Hoffman
CyDress and here for few
will be occupied about the 20th. Eight persons were baptised In the relative a days. Adjutant-General of Florida. and Swinburne islands.
presence of the largest assembly of We regret to announce thai Mr. B. The order has been received Seguine will endeavor on this trip to
by Cap
A new and instructive feature with people ever witnessed in that section. B. Dancy is quite ill, and hope for his tain Boylston and a number of the ool- make cholera an and accurate deaths list that of aU have the occurred cases of

the Gem City Guards is the tactic class, Methodist Church will be orgapized FLA. speedy recovery. diem in this city who are witnesses in thus far on the ships and islands

organized by Lieutenant Davis The at Etoniah soon Much credit is due Dr. W. McL. Dancy, of Jacksonville, the case. -
members o1ctrsAand Corrcspondence:solicited. Sizes and The many friends of Captain Boyls w..... III .rb..
both privates, Rev. Mr. Butler who is not an or- spent Saturday with his sick brother at
ton who know the exact facts the
are required to explain, with illustration dained minister but to his labor of prices sent on application. jyl-3 this place. case say they have no fear but that in the PAK, Sept 8.-The cholera appears

the manner in which commands love in to be attributed the grand results Under the able supervision of Mr. S, trial will result in the full justification now to be Increasing. There were

we given. now apparent. FOR SALE. R. Bowen, one can say that we are of that officer lIe has retained Cromwell fifty cases and forty-two. deaths from

". ,DIED.:In this city of consumption. Among those that have turned from blessed with a good public road. Heretofore the case.Gibbons-Times-Union.as his chief advocate in line the disease and cholera variously ia described the city as and chole suburbs

A' familiar headline Isn't it? it's the error of their ways'are many old 4,000 ACRES DESIRABLE LAJJD during the rainy season we have Tuesday.. The government ia non
citizen and permanent settlers. This been almost unable to travel it, but RELIGIOUS DISCUSSION. taking actrv. precautions.ALM95T .
pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough. adds much to the. Importance of the on Indian River at a reasonable price, on easy:

One Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant meeting. ." terms, within a short distance of Titatrille this season it has been in excellent con.i: On Monday, the 12th inst.. there A PANIC.

safe and sure. P. F. Peek. the Indian River Metropolia. Two nilroadt dition. It has been ditched on either will be a public discussion of the fundamental "
.A .....er Strack BII *a4 6OO Pam..
The "Goodwcar Shoe leads cross the land. Plat may be teen by etniug on side and freed from stumps and roots; j principles of the two churchesviz
Master John Bond is his old ger.W.at\fTld
visiting J. H. CARPESTER also mile J posts: erected, which rendersour 1 :: Baptist and Methodist. The
home, Madison. John is one of our 'em the low an5-tf Opera House Block,Palatka.. Ha. road indeed a credit to the county. i Lo Dost, Sept. 8.-The British steamer
rice
at
most popular clerks, and Is greatly ..c.-all f !of die O. M. I II Baptista have recently been preachingsome Moo Ile. bound from Dublin for Doug.

xaisaed. 4"here.- rAfter --> Dollar:and"Fifty Cents, at ,, For Sale or Rent. When the People's Party convention -I. very offended sharp doctrine.in The Methodists Ui, UU of Man ran on a rock off the
are and the
personof Island at midnight Six hundred pa*.
.' being painted, the band stand / R. DUNN'S.Captrli THE SARATOGA nOTELPALATX.A. adjourned one of the leaders was Rev. T. T. Gaines, pastor of the wagers were on board. and for a short

presents a very handsome appearance.The FLORIDA. asked what he thought of the prospectof : A. M. E. Church of this city, have time after the vessel struck there IPMeverr

work was done by Frederick. Barclay .A.)Abbett, who has long mHIS POPULARHOUSE 'SO WELL AXDi. success. He rolled his eyes like a II challenged the pastor of.. ML Tabor indleation of a pants, but the

the painter. been with Messrs. Percival & Ilatton, big. public favorably,u offered known for to the vale tourist; or U can and be trarel-leased sick calf and said: "I cannot be responsible -I Baptist Church, Rev. L'Jfc Robinson eScers.. euooeeded in egg the paisjv

Mike :Murphy, with his big heart, Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, as The it now stands mnfurnUhed.'" standing Tnrnltnn. for'the action of the people of to a full and free discussion of the doc- ......"-,,. ...If v ry h tl* d.&n.nr reeh and
or eves throughout and complete If Mtlafac- this county.' trine and polity of both with fh., down and fwaited cu6.
bas roofed the band stand, for which Des :Moines, Iowa, and is one of the tory tenne were offered. churches jIpe knew rs seat op andprompt4 -

the boys are grateful. If Palatka hada best known and most respected business For full particulars and terms,applr toC. $500 Will be Given the privilege of reinforcing himself by &

few men in that city : "1 can testify P. UXVE&KUXau5 Ta, his brethren. Thli men 1n4 coast guards
more young men as liberal as says Palatka For case of Rheumatism which I
Mr. the of any The first proposition for discussion u: =t: apparatus andtooasug*
to good qualities Chamber.
Murphy we would marked
see a C.W.MARVIN.D.D.SGRADUATE canrot be cured by Dr. Drummond'sLightning I r aline to the rtrande!
improvement. lain's Cou Remedy Having ,used it The That immersion Is the only baptism teamer. roe ttreecom Moy; was rigged .
in family for the past eight : DENTAL DEPARTMENT Remedy. proprietorsdo recognized in the New Testament, and I And every due of the six hundred passes.
Have tried almost known remedy my years not hide this offer, but print it in that the rite was only performed upon I jars were taI_ aahote in safety. Her
for every I can safely say it has no equal for usrTKRsrrT: or TLYNESSZLARTIFICIAL bold type on all their circulars, wrappers conscious believers. I crew is still aboard the stranded staan,

Itching Piles without success, either cold or croup." 50 cent bottles printed matter and through the Second. That the sect of Christian I and an attemtt will be made to float hftat
,
final y bought box of De Witt's Witch for sale by Ackerman & Stewart, called Methodists, in Its origin and tU M t e.
Hazel Salve, and it has cured me. C. columns of your newspapers every history do not bear the essential marksof
D. Ilaskins, Peoria 111. Druggists. +k = where. It will work wonders-one the New Testament"Church. 0--1 J-... ..Aad.rsea D..d.Bmo .

Miss Thwaete, of Forsyth, Georgia bottle curing nearly every case. If the Third. That the Baptist Is the only .fD, Sept 8.-Oeneral Joseph
The "Don't" Cigar is made of I church which bears the essential marksof B. Anderson, the chief
pure is the teachers receiving druggist has not got It, he will order it, owner of the
tobacco, and U not.'doctored" with artificial among afpohTtmenU I or it will be sent any address by pre- the New Testament Church. Tredegar Iron work here, the great canaan -
this term. She will teach a The town Is stirred toIts foundation
*nd probably injurious flavor.Hatchett grade in the Palatka school. Miss I paid express on receipt of price $5. and If one dollar should be war manufactory died at Shoal of of the Jtles, N.during JL the

sells them at 835 per 1,000.AN' ) Thwaete is stopping with Mrs. W. O. TEETH RUBBER OX GOLD. WLTIR.. Drummond Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden charged the Opera House would be deceased was an intimate personal friendof Th*

""' WolU. Specialty of CROWN and BRIDGE ana GOLD Lane, New York. Agents wanted crowded; but there will be no chargeat president and Mrs. Jefferson Davis.
0 0 i WtlRK.Chloride. the door. It wu at the general'e borne of I1n.
ErE 1 OPEN EII.as The County Commissioners convened of Ethyl adminto tered for the painless The Baptists
Mrs. A. M. Hanghton, accompaniedby are represented by stopped when
Teeth. theyWinnie
of '
extraction
:: in regular session Ibis week, transacting i Fu. her brother, John W. Hollister, ar- Rev J. Milton Waldron, M. W. Gilbert -
)Up BaLDDG: ,Fa.saTaA
< J. T.
Brown D. H. Brown
THIS SPACE .alibu.lDeia kbrousl!r'before them. Office Hours S to u a. n.; StoS p. m.; Ito rived in the city Sunday light from George P. McEnney, RCT. B. H., Ber.. J1aela6 La EactaacLLano2f

WILL BE ocnrpiED ET !&proceedin; 'will' appear in our i : : Winston, North Carolina. They came Peterson and L. N. Robinson. Sept a-The great St. Leger

-l l i "tsslle. via Macon and the 9uwannee RiverRoute. I The Methodists have not found net WM won by Baron demrsch'i three

"TIlE POPVLAR IDAHO," m, There is-no UM talking neither liar I. their men yet. year old tIlT La Flecke.6irHugo.Lord .
I .. ______ The Mt. Tabor Baptist Church have
T. M. BAY, PROP'R, rtam or Cleveland Rill be elected unI The family of popular and obliging had a revival meeting since Jalv 26, Bradford
The M rar iyiBX statem.at V<%h A LY to car is.. e was ascend and De
1I'1JO w',LL TILL TOC)- ices they take De WIU'a Little Early of iay _*-- aad measureDen.=- G.. u.. .wwent. "Uncle Johnny" Ramsanr left recently and up to this time have gained fifty 1.t tbreee-year Baro .
aIM r..eneof WI'__ .. oil brawn
an.boe : Ilk it II'" odd Dolt
I Risers. They,have a "get .there" a*.moBUx*traatmeas. la.l .._ u.. Ai .11.. for Morth Carolina, where they will recuperate souls for the Master Kingdom.
TREATED BT MAIL CCNF10EXTIAL. Baptism win take at the above 1eda24prlagSeldoatoi.
-( vnOTT THE GOOD TIIDG8 PATIENTS place
quality possessed by no other pill. P. re.- .. .r s..r.l..a'.a--. .- among the,mountains until
named
I PwtL'LLi _.:...... ... church on the next Lord' day.
KEPT AT THIS RFbORT.iJ F. Peek. : lUlU.IlCun nuns ttuWI IL: the wintry blasts drive them home. ... i
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