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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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3[ THAT CRIMINAL.COURJ FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE SPECIAL-NOTICE PARKER.. ALIAS SMITH. THE OFFICIAL AUSTRALIAN BALLOT.As .

H. ?.rued K Ch zk Martin -
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Ion REST. Cottage on
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h1atbTl small The attention of our readers Is Second street, between Court House .t U XMdat Work. there seems to exist among tbe common cititizens a great -. _
Will In
/ you allow me a of space the "ad" of the Standard and Florida Southern shops. Apply to' A young man of very good appearance the true Australian system of balloting, we have the pleasure of prelx
which the acts the County called to
1 to vindicate W. B. DEWITT, or at this office. neatly dressed giving his nameas low, through the courtesy of Mr. N. II. P'ihns. -ho fnmi..hed thi

ComtalMionert. Phosphate Chemical & Mining Co., incited oc7-tf Parker, entered FInnloger's ,about i a portion of the original official blk ,.t.l. *\:-i. m u '...n Mir.t-.ri]

To THE VOTERS or PCTWAX COUXTT; at Kendrick, Marion County, Fla.of gRousE ox GEOVJS-Near Pan 6 o'clock last night,and after bartering the State of Vermont, from whence this lwll.t mm.. li i. hl"tl-1 I

It Is to be expected that many of The discovery of large deposits I.-tka, rent free to responsible parties. for a suit of clothes] presented in pay State to the different voting precinct" end o.> other i I.. V" sl.l Et i'h '

you have read or will read the articles phosphate in this wealth State of added this section greatly of Inquire( at this office. ae301mIPERUL went a check on the East Florida Savings -I tame the signature of the clerk nt the county for which u i i.. int. tlc'l.\\ '

relative to the action of the Board of to the national Millions of dollars have 1 PErlY DuCXI, BLACK and Trust Company, against Mar- be placed in the box in a manner that the ulnae m.v h*- ',lamlvspecton "-en

+ County Commissioners In placing papers the South. LANGSHAX Fowm and Eom. Also tin Griffin & Co., for $18.75. Mr. Furn. of election. It will b+ noiirrtl that ibr name of a ch c"D: I

at the several voting places in been Invested In this interest. Many of Bronze Turkeys for sale. MRS., W. H., tide the clerk,recognized the signatureas resilience, party and fir.!. e fur winch I IK s "'''hln:: i.. told muc hue.

Putnam County, that .the voters may large and valuable cargoes hard,rock mostly variety MANN, Mannville,Fla. sep23-5r bogus,but to be more fully convinced lot complete I* nl 11 uut euntefn ,ochertt l rush. hut we nnfy' nnxlucfr> rr
what is known as the
hue a chance to say whether or not countries: .7 A YOUNO MAN Wanted-Must took the check to Mr. 'George Wefler, example, that our render. hUt, urnl"r-und J Ira Psincliaee|, : '
have been sent to foreign
t they want the Criminal Court abolished and have met with ready sale, while have good references.B. 1.LIuEYTu.u.- Griffin's bead clerk, who happened to ITJF'XOT: : A T. D.. .LLOT. ..
or continued. We did not use be at Kupperbusch's, next door. Mr.
and con
the future indicates a large
the word "continued for we expected C3f"CoxTBACTon of Plastering, Cementing Weller returned the check with the Information -
addi
i that If they were not signed by stantly increasing business. In Kalsomimng and Repairing of its illegalitv. To Tote fort person, make cross like 1M i.n the equate Fit the ttha
of
tion to the discovery and opening Plastering. Work done to order and :: nnm"
a majority of the tax-payen we would Upon being questioned as to wherehe
hard rock
mines of pebble and &guaranteed satisfaction. All orders
count them in favor of tbe continuance many of soft promptly attended to. got the check, the young man boldly
other deposits I idrnrn./
S of the Cnminal Court. But as two Phosphate,have been.found, which are sep6 JOSEPH ADAX, Palatka.GEOPE asserted that it was given by one of our Governor. Itr.. : 1'ar v. fu

unknown persons have cried out behind phosphate of merchants in exchange. LEVI K. FULLER, I HI'a'II ht,",. ( llrluhl, t iu.
manufacture a
used in the Or1ANGE
being SALE.-
the curtain, our Chairman thinksit r FOB After his failure to work the scheme pRADLErU.SMALLEY. Uurlil lun.. Uenw.cn'
fertilizer specially suited to the demands TJTO miles from Palatka, containing 30 I : I ;

best to'postpone putting said petitions of the people of this State. The acres of land, fenced; 300 Orange at Finninger'a i the young man proceeded EDWARD L. ALLEN, I ,!.Ir 111\1011, t'n.6Hdtlnn.'
before the people until the November Co. Trees, 100 of which are old bearing up, Lemon street, but. was arrested ,
Standard & Chemical '
Phosphate
election, then Instruct those trees. Also, Peach, Plum and other shortly afterward. and lodged in I ,-
located at Kendrick hare placed In op. fruit Good house and water near i i
the ; He admitted that the
who have charge of petitionsto jail. finally
may the
eration needed facility for Lundy Station. Price $1,000. r
have them signed for and against every Address che:k was forged. That hIS name was I .
preparation of Florida's great natural M. H. DALTON, Palatka, LleutenahtGoveraor.Rf'1iJent"t!. Part for'
the continuance of the Criminal Court. Florida. .aulSBros. not Parker, but T. F. Smith, from
fertilizer: Their fertilizer has been F.STEWARTSTRANAlIAY: St. Albans-I
I t BepnbIicanVI
As I am one of those that are listed I Tifton, Ga., and that the forgery was
tested by the best chemist of the age I Duane .' market Is always LIAM U. VIALL. I. Randolph, 1 Democrstic
the Criminal Court, I willinglyfall committed in order to secure money to
against
and is said to contain in large abundance supplied .with Fresh Northern and
i
him WENDELL I'. STAFFORD, I St. Jobnsbury, I Prohibition.
in line, as it will give people timeto all the essential elements of a first I Florida Meats mh21-tf take home. lIe told Policeman J

reflect and better prepare themselves Ramsanr, however, that his home was
class fertilizer. Many prominent growers -
to Again, It will be easierto GrPALATL\ GENERAL MARKET. Philadelphia. It seems that bis storiesare
act rightly.
of the State have given it a practical Go to Duane Bros for Flrst-Class
abolish the Criminal Court in this have been I Meats etc. first- conflicting. 1892-NEWHATS--189:
test, and in every instance Poultry, Everything Smith at the St.
was stopping George
would not ,
manner, for a great many results. class. Free delivery to all parts of the
rewarded with
most gratifyng one of the beat hotels in the city.
sign either for or against it; in the wty. de13UGrGo
Mr. H. Agnew, one of Ocala's popular
latter plan a majority will do the work. citizens, is President of the com pan to Duane Bros. ior every- Born tq,Mr. and Mn. W. II. Speck,

I would like for one of the voices be- with Mr. At. E. Ilarlow, Sectretary and thing you want in the way of Fresh on Tuesday night last, a fine baby boy.

hind the door to speak up and tell the Tre&&urer. Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21-tf Mr. Speck is one t>f our most enter \ .'

people what per ceat. of the voters of The company's works are located ina Good Syrup, 40 cents gallon, at pricing and popular citizens, and if

the county signed the petition that central section of the btate, easy of Grainger's. Master W. II. Speck should follow In

created that Criminal (,(out tt I signed accen.d with good facilities for ship his footsteps, we prophesy for him a
Miss Gissill of Charleston
It_ lint fttnf> Dave seen my error.I Eugenia bright future..
"' would-ask Mr.- "Inquirer; ," whose ment.; We see no good reason why the S. C:, was in Palatka this week. She ..... ,

the grewen In :Florida should not buy their Is one of South Carolina's most gifted A CARD.

duty is it to look alter Commissioners county fertilizer this company. Not only and accomplished young ladies. It is Mr. George Hicken, who came from
If the ,
funds? County
who entrusted with the county so, but we regard this enterprise a very probable that Miss Gissill will accept Prince Edward Island to live in Palatka

are the important one to the State, and is certainly a position as teacher in one of our with his wife, wishes It understood he
funds them wasted by paying
see entitled to a fair and reasonable schools. Is both able and willing to defend his 1
officers, and .
same out to superfluous hare of the trade. wife from slander and liars, and to all .
do not try to arrest the same, would, In Ripans Tabulea purify the blood. ,1' .
such he brands as cowards and Han.
opinion, be practicing malfeasance in Groceries of all :: 1'
my Big Bargains Mr. A. B. Maull connectedwith Those who stab In the back must be ,
office. The State. the board of formerly
In
pays kinds, at Grainger's.A .
made to feel the smarting. .
the oi this but .
the prisoners and also the Circuit press city, now a
piece of the ,most,valuable merchant of GEORGE: HICKEX, .
Judge to try them. Why,then, should prop- leading Hunlington, was '
erty in Palatka is offered for sale on a pleasant caller Tuesday. Allen's numerous .
we go to the expense of paying Judge TO CITT TAX I'.A.YEB&

and Solicitor two thousand dollars per easy terms. See advertisement in another friends here will be gratified to Notice Is hereby given to all City

year to keep our jail empty and de- column. learn that he is succeeding in his new Tax Payers, that 'the City Council of "" ,..-----
,4rothers
grieve our genial Sheriff) of his boardera It's not very, pleasant. to. coagh.and avocation.We the CHf oaTa&sm, wfB meet la regusessten -

? hack, want every mother to know that Iar: oa Wednesday,October 19th,

Mr. "Inquirer" harps on the expenditure To suffer pain In chest aad back, croup can be prevented. True croup 1898, for the purpose of hearing aD

-of about two dollars of the county By Many simply people using could One stop Cough It, for Cure.sure never appears without a warning. The persons Interested, desirous of having 4

funds that we used to have these first symptom is hoarseness; then the eerreetkmt made In the assessment roll F'
P. F. Peek.
petitions printed so all who can read child appears to have taken' coM or a of 1898, whether in the listing valuation ALLin [-

print could read them and know what Mr. Charles Hlllsberg, of Norwalk, cold may have accompanied the hoarseness of property or otherwise, and to file
heir complaint petition with me as .'
they were signing.We was in the city this week. Mr. IIllls- from the start. After that a peculiar CitI Clerk, on or before the 19th day i 'lesr StYle8'

were urged tome, time ago. to berg Is one of the most genial' and tough"cough is developed, which of October, 1892. j oon,

appropriate two thousand dollars to popular men, in the county. it followed by the croup. The time to JOSEPH PRICE 3tve
October 21892. City Clerk. f l"n ; ; a Derby
advertise :Florida at Chicago, and were Chase & Sanborn'eojj jzaq asted Rio act is when the child first becomes
I PhiladeJpf'
told that we had a right to do so; but Coffee, 25 cents pound, at Gralnger's. hoarse; a few' doses of Chamberlain's Mr. Nanle Moragne and sisn 'en- fl p.'m. ead by the

we did not see it. Yet we did see that Cough Remedy will prevent the at tertianed a number of their friends at "'

we had a just and good 'nght to net, James Menzies, formerly ,connected tack. Even after the rough cough has their residence on Tuesday evening Patent Conformateur. Style
with the Florida and Southern
two dollars to save two thousand dol- Georgia, appeared, the disease may be prevented Let Refreshments were served and
and Comfort combined.
Jan per annum, or, at least, to give Railroad, has accepted the position bT using this remedy as directed. For the young people enjoyed themselves ,
of Assistant General of
Freight Agent
the voters of Putnam County chanceto sale by Ackerman & Stewart, drug hugely..
the J. T. A K. W. System. -
Railway
say whether they wanted to continue Jr. Menzies is one of the best posted gists. As you like itt Gray and faded whi. New Fall.

,to pay that amount.The railroad men In the country. H. C. Iti this age, when all transactions are ken may be changed to their natural ,
behind the door wants to "
voice
nox, of Nashville, succeeds Mr. conducted upon the strictest business and even color-brown or black-by "

know If any one has tome before us Menzies in the service of the G. 8. & principles it matters not what avocation using Buckingham's Dye. Try it. .
and asked us to get said petition. Hat
up Derby
F. Railroad. a young man may expect to pursue, be BfaerUf Shelter c.mpU.eDted. :;; .
No! If be was a County Commissionerhe ,
without
afford embark in life
to
can not -
could hear complaint ot high taxes. Mr.T. W. Ralph, the newly elected first securing a thorough practical The Southern Express Company gavea .
,
substantial testimonial last Saturdayof
One of our candidates for the Legislature Superintendent of Public Instruction, business education. We know of no TUE "DUNLAP." ;>>
down at Mills their,appreciation of one of Putnamunty's
spoke Orange was In town yesterday. j
instutition in the land offering advantages THE "YOUMAN."
time since he did officers by presenting to
short andjthe way
the nutritive functions of comparable with those of the
Improve J. II. Shelley, out vigilant Sheriff an "
snort about the number of county officers THE "SOTHERN,
will not be and he the scalp by using X. n'a Vegetable Georgia Business College, which is indeed elegant revolver being of the same
forgotten soon "
looked right at me all the time, as Sicilian Hair Rcnewer, and thus keep the Southern pioueer in the work make and calibre. the one used by THE ARRL GTOX.*'

the hair from falling and becominggray. of practical bvsia(3 training. The the robbers who attempted to rob the
I responsible for them.If .
tbough was thoroughness of its graduates creates a months McLarty Br thers
Sanford some
Mr. to hear express car near
Inquirer" wants ,
demand for them far in excess of the
but
from me again he must write over the ONLY SIX. ago and killed Messenger Sanders, '
: t for Gents'
; Furnuhfngs.P'U..1.verl.zed .
and of hundred x3.tf
supply; one new students silver- N-
his him. of much finer finial, being
name mamma gave AT.Bne M* Woman Olre Birth To s In the past few months, nearly plated and splendidly engraved. The
W. R. Bower, Half DOSM Chlttm. fifty per cent have accepted good positions :;
Is of
handle of the weapon pure Ivory,
Commissioner.
County before finishing their course, and
KNOXVILLE October 6. Mrs.
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and bears the inscription:
following
are now completing at night. It has ,
What shall It profit man If he gain Charles Billings, the wife of a poor, unfailingly made good its claim to Presented to Florida Soft

the whole world and then has the dyspepsia Illiterate mountaineer living In Ashe graduate students In two-thirds the James H. Shelley Phosphate.

bad that he can't county, North Carolina, twentyeightmiles time, and at proportionate cost, of any by the So. Ex. Co.
so enjoy any
other Business College.Mr. Vigilante.
from the nearest railroad station,
of the good things it contains? lie 1892.
baa herself and the
wont have dyspepsia If he takes De- surprised people C. B. Jones, of Spring Hill, Jim Ii very proud of the testimonialso '

'\1tt'.Little Early Risers. P. F. Peek. throughout that region. Iowa, says: "I have used Chamber- unexpectedly tendered him as a tri THE : GREAT : MTURM : FERTILIZER. :
She has broken the record in the
w.yof ain's Pain Balm for severe and painful in
his
bute to thoughtfulness layingthe
One of the coolest and neatest places child be ring, ant recently gave
in the city Is the residence of N. H. birth to six baby boys. They weigh burns with better effect than anythingelse plan that led to the capture of the Send for Circnlan containing Interesting Reports on the Subject tPKor. 7.
I have ever tried It relieves the robbers. "' .H. "
Perkins, on Orange street. Mr. Perkins from four andnall to nine.pounds, and pain Instantly and cures without leaving P. B. WJWOJT and others.
.
,with his usual New England enterprise all are alive, Mrs. Billings te a womanof "Save who can I" was. the frantic
a scar. Pain Balm is one of the CHEAPEST AND BEST F&RTUJZSS: IN, THE WOBLD. .
has recently made many improvements medium.. ",stature.37 Jcarald and has most useful medicines that any familycan cry of Napoleon to his army at Water

principal among which is fouroer.. .p1".bII&.tqtwee} au "be provided with, especially fob loo. Save health and strength while .-. Jrlt.&n: rXCTAKXD: BT- ; '

the application of i tastely ,designs Of tarn eingly. Bllllags depaads on..wild rheumatism lame back sprains you can, by the use of Ayer's Sarsa- AEMlCAL '
STS PlIlIPMATE MlIINI ANI COMPMT .
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wall paper in eTery room* Xef Moore, game, fish, &c-,for a lMaKbut'since bruises, tooth-ache. ear-ache and like parilla, is advice that applies to all, ( ,

adjoining, has sleds handsome cottage the arrival of the sf\tsfee KM been' accepting ailments. One application will relieve both t young and old. Don't wait till .:s-1. i. Kendrick,Karion Co., JFlorida.1'P .

since the application. of paint and other ..congraumiqps varf{d0Bft&ons the pain and a fair trial insure a cure. disease fastens on you; begin at once. .

improvements extend...d.byrursJ. . hesplt.3ity.. : .. 50 cent bottles for sale by.Ackerman & i iI .
IRS. B I. gall hton. I '
Musical
Tli Oklhuapka. Now' TRY THISi i Stewart, druggists.A I Perfection

The steamer Okahumpka, of Hart's It will, Cf>! vou nothing..and? ,. wfl, N.w 1i'aUeaa1 Bask for Patetbu a ta wtljwi 1rAi.ktob m shoat.ytD tea

Qcklawaha River, : Jfuet Jaftef naTmr 1lsurelydoyongvodifyou nave a Cough, The application for the establishment Lowest New York PriceSTETNWAY*/

receKedXnev'hull, 1-together with .a Cold, or any trouble wjth Throat, of the Putnam National Bank has been FfRSTCLASSPrivate

thorough overhauling, iras launched Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's. New'Discovery granted by the Comptroller of the Currency I I'''?

sterday. The work was done under for CensAnption) Coughs* and .. The parties interested are from 1 sad take w ye..,

the supervision of Captain P&. DUn- Cold. is guarantee *to1.gif&.reUeftor; Jacksonville, and are well known businessmen Boarding I risks.A.t ses.;
.
ham, one of the monev will be'p d tack; Sufferers
oldest
steamboat .
men as..t taw i
of Messrs.. .'LPAce.
in the service. from La Grippe focmd it just the thing consisting::

and under its UMI had ;speedy,.and ., W. B._ Barnett, Major'Durkee % CORNER OFTIRSTAND MADISON -
The
Okahumpka is one pf the fastest perfect recovery.Try a sample bottle, and.others. We understand that the

and moet comfortable of"that peculiar: at ourrow}!M>*;An ll1eartf tot: ydneself j capital etock has all been>> ,,taken, which ... STREE'r'3, PALATKA, FLA. We are Wholesale Southern Agents
1I1ode.of.. e good aAhing it is. Trial bottles lartheM edebntod hMtranuota.sad y.can bq fta u M
am ttL..+ free at wrydr'H \!o's Drug amounts to 0,000., The.tank wail west of'Fiorida. Solitherq Railroad De ..airy, ek.aptr,aaa..fy by au9,a.in ps m. 1 Aet U j .

RIpans Tabulee core thi'.tf btore. Large fire,50c. and S1.00.( commence operations ai an' early?day.* pot. 0'o 1-3m LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, G+at.aaai sat,


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!9 Sri: kYLE iSCT pemdence'falatka Ti_ '* .eiAS0aiprc9M l AND FLA. B ANA r' BT VIRTUE OF AlDECREE ( Orvicai G.wnnn.u. ru..J
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STATE opFLORIDAEXECUTIVE'DErABTi, ,. .C ae.e Uci4boi.. I, .ft&uwAM* BWTB ROUTE), B1 U of forecluonre and sale rendered by the .-" -.AGgUS 13. UU'.LNUIf1a
xT. n W H r, WM bora !n Lincoloton, Ga.Septembee ., r omoS9 I w *('N.tlA., June 1, 698.Os Hon.Fifth J.J.JadtcbU Finley,Judge of the Circuit Court 101'the JS HEREBY THAT THE
The recent rainsrlMiTe. almost ,usse4tAate Circuit of Florida,at Chambers I namedader has filed notice of
f Me ; account of it-he action of Florida In OraJjw Florida.'os the 23d day of September proof" npport 01
WHEREAS in aunaance of|!n a cu> 11th,1 l, died near 1w.a"d tliM Meat h4lamtimto -u-6D&l
I It.
atepp .. A. fart.is A certain eaase in Chancery hi said.. ... will be made. be-
'Congress, the .nealdent' f"1.he UnitedStates Meekin'FlL, August 6th, 1892. activity. i Railroads in refusing to sell ticket Harry therein U eomidalnant pending, and wherein Ueorge A. Lee Markley ancUsatoLeeawdefesMianu fore! *eJr.Ua.frank and Wright that Clerk"Circuit. 18920 da CilQrt..t: JteDjambiiW..b"'I&o' Paeontinoous .

by his proclamation, bu designated Seated bJ.pioua.pereat4p.>her,Jieaxt .-The Umber-supply thls eciioD has! over our line because' we: ;declined,t ta Iasthe-pedal Master atka. 1'Ja..oq, of CK'TOB.E&rut '- HaD. Fhxfda 13,123,

October 21st, 1892, the four bun- was early filled with lore to God and suffered the, .h avy drain made won ittoryeara'foi .1 increase .r ar. rates in accordance with sell for Chancery cash: ,to, the appointed highest and in said beet decree bidder win at of lot P&the 1..Lot 8eetIoD 2 of lV't;T..8.SW'4'A a.23 of N64 LHe ,sad YVYt/i

dretb aniversary the discovery of faith In the Lord Jesus Christ At the \lumber, ifesand engine i their;views;'yod 'are respectfully notified public Hoooe,auction In I'alatka.at the Putnam front door County of the osi Cowl theFIRST names the fonowing wltnesra and eaitistioo to trove lit of.
: residence u
America by Columbus, as a Public ,.sfee. converted, to basinga local ticketto MONIiAY,1Nuvs1tuna. A. D. Lae, t,1I1i .of Putnam Hall,
ae..of. sixteen was wood-which has been-coneumed by the that by pnr\: being the seventh day of a.Id month between laid land vie: kaae1 Hall, na.

HoJida,.. God and joined the Methodist Church, J. T. tot K. }7 t Railway _and the CIU.j Palatka Hampton, or Lake City, the following hours of deftcrlbed Its m.land and:2 p. ... on said day the JoK i"Ja. Tu Ruh..rtTurnlpseed r:of PutnaM,Hall of hm.m, t &.. A. Randall,

AND WHEREAS: It 4s eminently proper South. She was earnest, active and zen, have reached that ,point from any point in Florida, you will Land situate In the-County of Putnam City ofmtnamHalLFU. .LEX. LYNCH,

that the Quadro-Centennial of that f&11hfq1.1n. the performance of all their attention must be turned to something secure a through ticket from either of of and Palatka designated and upon State the of map Florida of said,being city known M lotNo. ania-cw Register, '

event which ba been so potent She those Junction points to any point .(Si Six in Block Ho (8S) ixty-tx: ; bounded
her. U
Treat was -
h1tUea
duties devolving else _
upon all Eas north by Lot No. (A) Five and about 100 feel >.tI f.r
'in the promotion and extension of civilization of fine mind, was well edu- We were shown some fine samplesof reached via Macou. including ;I thereon; east by Hapgond street and about 1M -
possessed
ern. Western and Northern points at a feet thereon south l>y Oak street and about 1M LurD OrnCK"'T G.Ulunua. 1'LA.. I
and Christianity should be cated and bighlv> cultured, which made rice grown by Henry Stelzman, a total cost to you not to exceed the feet thereon and west ny Lot No. (3) Three in September 26 l!tt.

.marked by fitting celebrations, her a gifted conversationalist and ready wanderer from the Faderland, Henry, lowest through rate of like class, said Block with,all and the about teneu-enta UO feet, busses thereon and: Improvements together NTOT1'E: is named BEREBT settler GIVEN has filed THAT notice THE of

sow, therefore, I, Francis P. Fleming writer, through which and over all as a, German, is simply out of sight, quoted bv any line from the point from thereon and DONALD thereunto GILLIE belonging., his intention to make final proof in support of
Governor of the State of Florida which This applies to both his claim and that said proof will be made before -
tart.
,
you sep30-td Special Master in
were woven expressions of thankfulness and as a Third party man he leads the licktts. Chancery. Clerk Circuit Court,at .'alatltana..on SO-
do hereby appoint and set apart Friday, one way and round trip VEMBER IS, U92. m: Alfred Townsend, of
the twcn'.y-first day of October, 1892, for Go("* loving kindness and ten world. But like the Irishman, who, In purchasing local tickets to any of Special Master's Sale. I Huntington Florida, lid. 1I.'U and 19,439 for<.

as a Public Holiday, and I enjoin upon der mercy. She, married Robert after casting his vote in New.Orleans, above named Junction*, be careful I to the?*('.E. -T.or U 8.8.ETH R-ll yes.E. S7 aid S. % of SW. ..

the people of our btale, and especially Sevle in Greenville, S. c., on the 16th went out on the levee and bad his attention take a receipt from agent at starting CT CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL He renames the foUowing witnesses to prove his
The schools the celebration of the day which should be continuous residence mpoa and cultivation of,
point, for fare paid, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Putnam County.
day of November, 1852. She then bad arrested by the loud blowing of he said land via: Anhor F- Lane of Hnntington.
with such appropriate and instructive I handed to our agent, so that can John B. Henion 1vs. Fla; f'o4IOI'JeIf.: ; Long, of Huntington, Fla..
*remoo1es as will impress upon our adieu to the happy borne of her girlhood a Mississippi steamer. Pat pulled off arrive at proper through rate to charge. | JamrsLong, of Huntington, I la.; Spice Braddock .

youth the ,grand results which have followed .to enter upon her new sphere of his hat and said: "Oh, he crilteii you For information as to rates, routes, George Thompson 5.Thompson,John,Hart.Jesse L. j VForeclosuTe. ,of Huntington w ALEX., Fla.sepxv LYNCH, Register ;

the discovery of America, particularly life in her husband's home In Charleston can blow, but you can't enry through schedules and sleeping car ,
as illustrated by the history of can blow but be can't vote; didn't take accommodations, apply to undersignec DER AND BV VIRTUE OF A FINAL
oar country, and the blessings of S. C, But whether dwelling amid out his license don't yon see? I. B.Buckten's 0. KNAPP U Dccmic or FOKKCLOSVKB: made in above B :
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JAMES MENZIES A.
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the mountains or to the "CIty by the entitle cause by the Hon. J J. Finley Judgeof
American Liberty. For which lets us 'Genera Agent. Traffic Manager, said Court OB the 19th day of September,
render due praise and tnanfes to the Sea," or In Palatka on the 8t. Johns, or Arnica Salve. Palatka Fla. Macon Ga. A. D. ItWi: as Special Master, I will sell to thehighest N"/
Great Ruler of the Universe.! The Best Salve in the world for Cots bidder,for cash before the Court House :
her home near McMeelb'did the same door of Putnam.County, Florida,on the 7th day vrccc/ \
In testimony. whereof, I bare here- saving truths of religion abide in her Braises, &res, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Ladies are Unfortunate of November,A. D. 1892.being the FIRST MONDAY 11
hours of
the
unto hand and hav hereunto of said month daring legal
set
affixed' my the Great Seal of Florida\ -, bean and remained a fixed principle, fever bores Tetter, Chapped Hands, because the higher they rise in societythe sale part,of all the the Rernaades following Grant described in Township land: iteing 11, JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND

*> at Tallahassee, the Capital, this JWih giving joy and happiness to her life. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions weaker they find themselves bodily South Range 26 east commencing for the came \

day of September, A. D. 1892. \ The Christian mother's influence was and positively cures Piles, or no Risley's Philotoken controls the nerve at Palatka a point and on Indian west line River of Railroad the right.m of way chains of HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY.

FRANcis P. YLDUNO. 'IrBy early fell by her children as she con pay reouired. It is guaranteed to giveYerfectsatisfactlonormoneyrefunded aids nature in her various functions, south from north line of said lleraandei Grant
the Governor ; thence south n deg.west or parallel with north
: SCHEDULE IX EFFECT: AUGUST 1892.
JOHN L. CRAWFORD: tantly sought to tram them for God. price 25 cents per box. For sale by and thus combats with the many ills of I line of said Grant 1&03 chains thence south 27
deg. 2&miiL, east 1UM chains, thence north
Secretary 01 State. 1y ar they all_meet ber, ,glory.. X>WBY & HULSE. womankind successfully. If you I n deg east parallel with Ant Use 18.07 chains SOUTH.SORTtf..

b\e died suddenly. On the morning druggist has not got it he will order I It to right of way of said Palatka and Indian L"Jacknue: ..I I. 5 00 I 30 pm .... .. .
TUB ELECTORAL VOTK. River Railroad thence along west line of saidilghroi ArSt.AuJ:1lltiDe.. e t 30 a OUpm ... .
LEMON ELIXIR. of August 6th she awoke seemingly for you for $1 a bottle, from Chas. F.. way north 27 deg.. 25 min. west 14.48 Lyl\c A.Ug1JlltiDe.. .... .. l' 31epm t. GlUm
States ISM 193 chains to the place of beginning, containinga3 ..... .... ... .
JL ritatant Lemon Drink. well, Wd her husband she would getup IJabama.................... .... .... W II Risley, wholesale Senor, 62 CortlandSt 3-10 acres,more or less. Ar AI' Eo Pttatks Palatka... .... .. .. 32 10..m pm 1 19 a 80 00 am am
ArkansaiCshtornti .. T S hew York. a descriptive FRANK WRIGHT. ...... ... .. .' .' ...... ...
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For biliousness and constipation,take in aj ew moments lie passed on ...:.::::::.:.::::..::.::::. S t pamphlet, with directions and certificates Special Master.J. L.L.Pslatks Eo Palatka .... .... .. .... 4 4 35 M pm pm .... ..
Lemon ............... ......... 3 4 1'
Elixir.
fclorado E. BALBWIS, Solicitor
Complainant's .... .. .
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out to duties. In short time ladies who haven Ar SaIl Mateo I I'pm
attend a 'xxinecUcvt....... ........ .......... e 6 from many >3O-W .
For indigestion and foul stomach, not Ler usual Delaware....... ....... .... .... .. 3 ed it and can't enough in favor Iq Ar ormond..1: ::::.L.! ::::: :::: ; T Is pm .: :: :
seeing : about a* be went say ArDaytona T30pm
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take Lemon Elixir. ......... .... .... ... '. 4 4
sick and nervous headaches to ,he room} and Bedside calling her (ieorgw....._......... ........... .. 12 13 of Risley's! Philotoken. Special Master's Sale. .
For: Idaho............ .... .... ........ ... a
take Lemon Elixir. /' ', name $he Jteemed.asleep, baton hear' Illinois .. ... ....... .... ....... rt 94 STRENGTH AND WEALTH.If .
lndtass........" ..... .... .......... IS IS FIFTH JUDICIAL ClR.CClT.I'LORlDA. PUTNAM .1r t 41 .
For.sleeplessness and nervousness =:t :::::: : :::::. .::: :::: .. ..
i. tog her n.4ie, opened her eyes, looked Iowa........ ............ .... .... ..... 13 13Cautas you are not feeling strong and COUNTY. Lv ... 1543s ...... .... .. .. .
take Lemon Elixir. .........._ ....... .......... t' L.8&D Mateo. t 5 2:1am
him them for- IeKeDtuek .... ...... .... .... ..
For loss of appetite and debility,take at thfn gently closed )'.... ........................ 13 13 healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Andrew J. Wood Ar E Falatks taM.m .
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ShAanoke ........... .. .... ........ S vs.AWde Ar 1'Natks.. t a 30 am .Lv
S
Lemon Elixir. ever. to catch one more Loc siafta. *> Grippe" has left you weak and weary. E. Zumwalt and I i1. 30 .. .. ..
......
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For fevers, chills and malaria; take I gleam ojAjth's beauty and look once Maine.IalJIaDd..... ............. ....... S 8Massachusetts use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts Wm. J. Zurowalt Edward Furecloeure. LT R Palatka..1. 111am 'II 10 ......... ... ...
Lemon Elixir. -j.# :. ..... ............... 14 IS Cleveland and Bessie E. Cleve- AI''SLAugnstine. tIO 10 amtU 10 am.
: I iHlhe face of her faithful Liver Stomach and Kidneys land. J LT St.Augnstine...tle is' .m,...... 4 I'p.Ar .
.. [QQfe Michigan....-...... ........ ........ U 14 directly on -
Dr. Mozley'fc.Lempn Eixir: will not huiban Minnesota............... ........... T 9 gently aiding those organs to per. TTNDER AXI) BY VIRTUE OF A Fl ALDr.cu .JacklODyiUe..ItU 5O.am .... .: 540pm4Dafy.
fell in ,
fall you in any off the above named dis 1 peacefully asleep .lUslssippiIlsouri ................ .......... 9 9 \J :. or Foara-uwrEE, made in aboveentitled
all of which arise'Xiotn Jesus ken amid the gl, rise of .................... .......... 15 17 form their functions. If you are cause by the lion. J. J. Finley, Chancellor tlHUy except Sixnday.
e &aes, a torpid I Montana....................... ....'. -' 3 afflicted with Sick Headache, you will 'of said Court OB the nth day of Heptem Connection*-At Jacksonville with all diverging
.or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or i nekvein' 'ebracka.. ...,. ... .... .... ........ S SNevada. Ond seedy and permanent relief by her .as Special Master, will sell to line*. At Falatka with the JM T K. W.
bowels. .:................ ......... 3 3 the'htgjJ for cash, before the CourtHouse
-* I h teri few Hampshire... ........ .... .... 4 4XowJenev taking Electric Bitten. One trial win door of Putnam County Florida, on the System.ftT"for ticket,detailed schedules and Information
Prepared only by ?>t- U. Morley, .... 10 convince that this Is the 7th day of November, A. D. 192, being the
you remedyyou call local ticket
,,_ ::::::::::::::::::::. : : no aeenu.
Atlanta, Ga. 50c and t 1.00 per bottle* York '''' : 36forthCaroUna.y..7..V need. Large bottles 50c. at FIRST IONDAY of said month during the W. i.. 111AWFORD, JOS. RICHARD8OX.Genl .
.......... 11 It only legal hours of sale all the following described
at druggists. e torthDakota ...., 4 fAwn Hulse's drng store. land: Pup'C Gen. ra... A j
.. .. ..:::::: :::::::::::,.... i1'S.i 23 ( .3,4,5,18,19,20 and MIL three Jour,five,
IEMON"HOT"PROPS irego ............... s 3'; 4 eighteen, nineteen twenty and twenty-one as
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness'', aiJ : :::::::::: :::::::::. 30 3U shown by a plat of Rogero's Addition to the City
Sore Throat Bronchitis Pnuemonia, .:...........:: 4' 4 One Dollar of Palatka,on file in the Clerks office for said
tooth Carolina........ .............. 9... 9Sooth WeeklyBuys county,part of which lots are situated 10 thenortheast
.Hemorrhage all throat and lunj Dakota... ............ .... .... 4'ennessee quarter of the northwest quarter and H .

diseases."Lt"reliable- 1 Texas :::.:::::::::::.:::::::::::: 13 13. < 12 13Vermost..s. a good Gold Watch by our Club part quarter in of the Section northwest 12, Township quarter of 10. northeast Sooth qf

Au' ejeganf and preparotion. I ........ ......... 4 '4 System. Our 14-karat gold.tilled case Range 26 East. It. M. KIRBY
25 cents at drjdggi&ts. Prepared only Irrlcla. .. ........ ........ ......... U 12 are warranted for 20 years line Elginor Special Master. Ia
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"by Dr. U. Atlanta Ga \Vashlnjctoa.! 4 -* 4 E. E.HAKKELL CompUiaant's Solicitor. '
Morley., West V ...'.\:... ............ 5 e"t.Conan Waltham movement. Stem wind sep30-td
)a8.tuth&su ,..........-.....r............ 11 12 and set Lady's or Gent's size. Equal 1
I IkmiDS........ ...*....... .... .... atotal. to an)' $oO watch. To secure agent Special Master's Sale.

1Vhat would we women do,.if thosewe eyfnlL1 ..................,.....__"*.; 401, t-tt where we have none we sell one r>f -
the Hunting Case Watches for the FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,FLORIDA.FCT- '
loved were abrajj welj-happy a&dj It seems to me, says a writer in the Club price $2S, and send C. O. D. by Nix COUXTT. ROMGO '

_., :fortunate? Oftcourse. bealth happJ $ FJori| <
mess and good fortune are what wJ' guestipns that now confronts th? Southrn before paying for same. Charles F.Avery n.,the tint National 1 pftl

wish for our dear ones, but an our con, farmer is i bow. to hold together: bis Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: Bank of Lock lIsten \' Foredonn. .
ra. John 8. Kairhead floury
tant effort is to secure these things for, lands and to keep them from washing "Our jeweler have confessed they don't knowbow C. Mrawn and lieu). K. Powell I
YOU can furnish such work for the "
..them" we our O uld be .missing the best i away. What a common.sight |Jt ,j.. to Our Agent at Heath Springs,money S. C., head,partnen,Straws trading& Co. as Fair- I l BittersCon.

parv of lives if they had them see whole fields, that were once fertile writes: UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
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made
i L07 & in above entitled
without our aid. The mother: every and productive now completely sterile, "Your watches take at fdhar gentleman cause by the :b.d1j J. Finley, Judge of said all F.mal. Complaints and Monthly
daughter of Eve living is called out by soils who got the last watch he examine Court,on the of September A. 1) 1VU2, Leaoorrboeaor'WTuUs
with all of their Irregularity
gone and 'un- and prioed a *watchea ,tha& a.Special Master. 1 will tell to the blltbetlC bid
the trouble. bpd jnfirmit'es! _.of thosewe ; ightly gullies every few' feet apart. were no better than ,bat the pries .J-ll.' der for each before the Court Houe door of Back or Side*, .strengthens feeble builds
Putnam County. Florida on the 7th day of tho whole .tem. It hat cured thootajidj
up sy
love, and there isn't a sweeter feeing ., ashl.unecting. | Of course on land that U in cultivation : Qur agent at Penniogton, Tex., writes November, IK 1832 being the FIRST )IO. and will cur TOO. Druggists have 1C; Sendstamp
in life than the almost irresistible | the theLoil Amla receipt of the watch and pleased DAY of aid vnnth, during the legal; hours of for book.:
terraces are thing to keep without meansure. AU who hare .eea1tMT it ale, all the following described land: The east
..longing take, the troubled. 'bead In ine" for Bat from washing, but on land that is would be cheap at.40." ott ballot the north a strip side of of land Lot ninety-Ave>o. One <(85)I), feet In Block wide bL J.F.D&OSGOOLE A CO Lealarlfe IJo

one's arms and comfort and caress the Jad New York. Tb"fom lot.. cultivation. no tracts set apart One good reliable Agent wanted for Ten (to), a' designated by a plat t.f Falatka ....
Heights, which ia recorded in Book "E" of
Jacksonville oveJWlhe each Write for
. cares a'fiay.and when we do it, anti seethe for,pasturage, and on those fields that place. particulars. Deeds, on pf 1'911. in the Clerk'e office of saidCounty
dear Vff llailway, carrying a si per EMPIRE WATT: CO. Sr\T TORK and more fully netcvibcU aa follows:
face.brighter and know.that.it :to Cincinnati via the E. T. V. & "G. are too poor:to make profitable returns, lec4-tf Beginning r at the northeast corner of said Lot
is our and tender One <1) in BViek Ten(l0), at the inter eetk>n ofTbom.n
comprehension
sympathy and O. C. Routes, and connects with terraces are not profitable) nor praytlcableand and College' streets, running thence Mexican

that has lifted the cloud, aren'twe theryestibule.'and reduces the time to farmers must look about Giaai&erlaln's : west along said College street one hundred and r'
Eye and
twelve bin twenty(Uu) feet, thence couth ninety-five t90 .
more womanly happy than if we the east hours via the scenic them for some other plan by which Ointment. fret, thence east one hundred and twenty ((120))
"Sbenandoah Valley Route;" they can keep the soil from washing feet to ThorapAon Street, thence: north along
onlvjooked at a face and rejoiced that j A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Mid Thompson street ninety-live(95) feet to the

there was no,cloud on It?-Ex. Old Fort )Mario TV111 be Reproduced nt away. I know of nothing more suitable Tetter Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old point of beginning, abject to the reservation k
for this than Bermuda grass. an alley way as provided for In the dent of A-
Chicago ; sT:: --- Chronic Sore- Fever Sores, Eczema, L. and A. H. I- icknorl- ta \rillliin W.. .. -R..<...
Have any of our orange-growers )Florida $500 Will be Given Itch Prairie Scratches Sore dated April 14th, i1w6.
,
Commissioner Jackson, of Nipples D. )[. KiRBY,
tried hot .water as an insecticide? A who is at headquarters.for a short time. For any case of Rheumatism which aDd Piles. It is cooling an( soothing. E. E. HAKLELL. Special Macter. Mustang
: Complaisant Solicitor.
'writer in the'San Diego Union says reports that the allotment of space for canrot be.cured by Dr. Drummond's Hundred of cases have been cured by ep3l-td .
that most injects unable endure it after all other
are to treatment had failed
the headquarters building of the Florida Lightning Remedy. The proprietors
temperature of from 130 to 135 degrees tt la put up in 23 and 60 cent boxes. Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
exhibit has now been satisfactorily do not bide this offer, but print it in

Taur.' The writer further says that adjusted. lie says that the space as bold type on all their circulars, wrappers '\nmCE IS HEREBY OlFUR ALL
150 degrees is death to them and REATTY'S ORGANS at jL> claims
sure 8500 J'I""OI having against tM estate
now settled upon is nearly four timesas printed, matter and through the BARGAINS. tor par- u JohnMcGiU to prevent the same duly au. Linimentfor
that plants are not injuriously affected. icnUn,cats loene, addre** thenticated within the time required by law,
large as that granted and columns of .
:We would advise however that :; originally your newspapers .everywhere DANIEL T. BEATTY. or this notice will be pleaded in bar; and all
experiments that, therefore, old Fort Marion, whichis It will work wonders-one oWashingtonlew Jersey I.TMK indebted to said estate wilint ake pay
with scalding water ment to me. ANTHONY MrftlLL.Administrator..
on plants to serve as the Florida headquarters, bottle curing nearly every case. U the .
l>e conducted on a limited scale. PALATKA, FLJL.September 2d, 1 ,-.' very can be reproduced. The reproductionof druggist has not got it, he will order it, FOR MEN ONLYYOUNG te2.8...

The First Steo. old historic fort as the headquar. or it wit\ be sent any address by pre

Perhaps you are run'down, can't eat ten for Florida'will give the State one paid express on receipt of price, $5 MENV OLD MEN ADMINISTRATOR'S MJT1CE.VTOTICE .
Drummond Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden MT II m THIS If III SttMITI II IUIAH.kmi .
can't sleep, can't think, can't do anj- of the largest structures among the Teel.sa.l.. .Nt rt...IrM tl..l.s. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX
Lane New York. wanted .. ... IN MO.NTII8 AFTER
DATElwilt
State the and Agents m k..w o. t. wa..sf.ar present
,thing to TOUT satisfaction, and you buildings on grounds, .' SHAKEOFFTHEHORRIDNAKESreels the County Judge of Putnam County my accounts
.,.....,.. an wonder what ails you. You should certainly one of the most unique struc A garden is an impossibility to the h..+"... .&_....&4et.tbrawy.... .&Uu.n..4M estate of A. N. Edwards, for final settlement the S

heed the warning, you are taking the tures. Commissioner Jackson says that man. who agenda the dan on the porch f\ .r\., title NEW nonxMrU and for discharge- a* racb Administrator.
September ad. !
,first into Nervous Prostration. the fort will-represtnt the only specimen bf u'h.gth; ; =h. ;:.::.i".j iwtt.JAMES C. COm>REY.
step a store; talking politics, ............I _,,-
Yen need a Nerve Tonic, and in Elec of medieval.- architecture and the so-called demonetization of silver,.lack K U... sa4 pu..yeC.. 11''cUeu eC-u. ,' sep2- m AdminUtrator.

tric' Bitten you will find the exact continent. The governor of Florida, of currency, etc., or spends! his time 5 Orrse.i HOME TREATMENT.ss.s.dl.wly, I

remedy for restoring your nervous system accompanied by his staff, will be present writing to the papers that'' the countryis I lr'r.u.l.... '.selafnl.e.-.c My Stock of Groceries is t
to its normal healthy condition. ..iww r........ s..
dedication day and it is 245&
on expected
to the demnition bow-wows.
!' .
"going .
Ml aenetl. D.-
Surprising result*follow the use oflhis .that will be far kllltv, Waa4K ... 1.47 always up to the highest stand
great Nerve .Tonic And Alterative theState building There will always be a lack of currency US ):tweeeK
.... .. BEASTfFOR
..1"our appetite returns, good digestion advanced, if not practically completedby in such m n'. pockets, not from Ara.1.Oats.. ..<<'...ae.... ...*-..*t.*a 4.r.* ard. Prices

t is restored, and the Liver and Kidneys that tune. Commissioner Jackson legislation, but from pure, unadulterated a wl.eatsr..as4w..tl..wlaa.9.D1T1LOt19oa.Ans.raatlda9D .aNMt.Maltatw.N. Right, at

reaome healthy action. Try a bottle. has held conference with .-.R w W 1TwNtar ion C..s s.LRIE .
a
Trice COc. at Lowry & Hulse's recently laziness.-DeLand Agricul '!..__.._r---- -r--- I. R. DUNWS.RHEUMATISM
Drug Chief of the depaiment MEDICAL CO.BUFF/R-ON.Y.
.aore. Buchanan agricultural turist. ______________
relation to the to be
in space BKATTTV PIANOS AND OBGASS.Hon. JACKSONVILLE '. f # e'1 ..... r. .A
There U 'BO reason why Florida occupied by Tlorid* by that depart Daniel the '
F., JJeatty, greatOmu' j d-* ;i '
hould not rank among the foremost ment.-Chicago Times. and Piano manufacturer is

oothern states before the close of the building and shipping more Organsand ; Slim Oyi in & eWoks s neuralgia; F i. YiitsTHE ,

ert decade if her people will but real- Tht.Nsw Dfeeovery, Pianos than ever. In': 1870 Mr. J

ize the opportunities that.ar theirs. Ton have heard your friends andneighbor Beatty left home a penniless lowboy, X 5.wna. 6t,bet.Bay u4FCII'IftIt. ami., tulatloa. .

about You and by his indomitable will he has
Bat talking it. may can always besuccessfully
there is the trouble, as evinced.by : yourself be one of Ute many who know worked his Yl.fl1P so as to sell so far ONLY PLACE OF THE KIND Cf FLORIDA.

Abe utter apathy and indifference'' nearly 100,000 of BeMty's Otgaas.. aad treated

.ID the possibilites of a from personal experience just how good I'iaiio&imc&1870. Nothing.seemsto wkhAyer'sSarsapariiia
WttldXFaJr -
fxJubit you..re.flee of to-eUuich: frier***: be. disbearten; him1 "ObBtadee' laid in Us Ladies'and Gents Wear of every description
from this State. The JocaJ Cleaned or Dyed. 5s h 3 eda ,,1
onaies fogy. cause the woa4eM thtaff abet it is, way, that would have wrecked any IrI"anie841ac foods by express, I pay
the petty site and the old that.when-once given a trial,Dr.Sfeg's ordinary man forever turns to an charges ores way. '

ism that stands in the way a creditable II Yew Discovery ever after, ,keWs a advertisement and comes oat of it '* STANDARD.For

>&uie exhibit at ,Chicago, stands also In place ID the how If row bvrt ever brighter than ,even His iBstrmaents. Iri-ts H. BAIXOTJ, Proprietor. A, cine I' .

the way of any movement for the adnDOement iue4tt aDdtboakt 'M mlKotnd wh a as u well known are very popular anJare to sure to fellow ", .
cough, told or ay Threat, x..g of to be founil In all parts of the "
,of this State, ,II.' the .old Chest trouble, s e&re a bottle :*t once world We are informed tfeatr during the persistent Sile

yullbacti in each community would but and give} it ,'affair trial. It >i SIM run- the next te1"eart' be* Intends to ten JlLY use of thismettlerne. '

wave the .grace-to,lie down and die, teed etearteae, or BBeaevTemded. 900,000 more of his make, that meansa M' .

'I1orida would, then coma forward and I Trial boWes freeat Lewrr Helse's. business of 130,000,060 il we average ."W7"'4L.4, .
drnioM them- at $100 each. It is already the !Y ALL
.tale he place as.the gsrdea.spot nt.merica.Eey 1 ': largest business lot the ..kiM:1ta: exw. Has Cured6thtr. =. 'li,4... "J_ _. ..; : .

West Equator Demo The cholera Ie wally dying out eace..Send to Daniel F. Beattr, Washington 4,.... wHt cWre

tcmt. throughout the worid. New Jersey, for Catalogue. ez-aa; : : yetd.1 I DRUGGISTS.a .



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i ', WA8uu uTox.I). C., October 3. I pleas the presidio judge 'a &...i i la clj! .1i. t ;

,.Senator Qu,.r is not at alt nrrrn lofeag who appeared aa witness: "\".)ur n'e7 .UgllS
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'Thirtyyears, wa. the prompt rrpfy.
Mr. Harrison's place as buss olla ",
His Honor (with a smile)-! think i* :
jf I ", *,,Republican campaign, If Mrs. will be difficult for yon to prove it. Flower" -;;

I Harrison's illness continues serious MJnst a* difficult. It U for you to ,

I enough to Mr. Harrison giving the .prove the contrary,"retorted the lady '

: ,;;;Decenary attention to politics, to keep 'aa my certificate of. birth. waa destroyed .' I have been afflict- Boxes
Orange Wraps
by fire In 1850. Biliousness :
.himself Mifflcieullv well posted to di- Hilarity in court which was immediately "edwith"and constipation biliousness ,

{ rect the movement of the figurehead suppressed.--Instranaigeant II- Constipation,.for fifteen

Tom Carter and he droppedInto lustre. years
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first one and then
Washington<< last week for the pur A Correct Dcflaltio. Stomach another prepara- Hoops and Nail:

pose of intimating as much to Mr. liar. "Why. Willie Green you don't know Palns. tion was suggested KAXUTACTURER

risen. The Intimation was duly made what a boaster la! Supp:-s.Tommy Too- II tome and tried but OF

by mutual friend and Mr. Harrisonwas dies were to come to you and say he excelled .' to At last friend
a no purpose. a AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX -

profuse in thanks, but he did not that be all could the other jump boys higher In theiratudies, run faster; .recommended' August Flower. I CYPRESS[ AND YELUWPIHE[
took it to directions and
accept the invitation to abdicate his I. swim better, and could outdo every according
Flour Grits Corn Bran Hay Oats
political throne (in Quay's favor. An boy In the school at everything. Now its effects were wonderful, reliev'ing ,

Indiana man, speaking of this attemptof what would you call Tommy foodies me of those disagreeable LUMBER f ,
Willie Green with cir.ion-A liar stomach pains which I had been
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Quay to regain the reins of ooliLicalpo.er Seed Meal and Fertilizers.OLD o
-Life.BeT.. troubled with so long. Words
said: ")Ir. Harrison U a better cannot describe the admiration SATSUMA HIGH 1'8, FLA.
r.-u.L J. T. & I:. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.|
politician than Quay, and the latter Dr. Fourthlup'urhusband 'in which I hold your August ,

should have known that after the long, kept unspotted from the world. Mr*. Flower-it has given me a new of Removal.In tyAll orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipment _nl

and in the end successful fight made Breeze'? lease of life which before was a Notice .

by the former to overthrow Quay's Mrs. Breezey-Oh, yea; I'm the only "burden. Such a medicine is a benefaction -
one who I* thoroughly onto him.-N U consequence of the rebuilding of \
power over the Bepublican machine he ( to humanity,and its good

would never under anv combination of Y. Herald._ "qualities and the Store No. 51 Lemon street, A. V. MOUNT. WALTER Tl

taking Barter she Baak. 1 wonderful merJesse Barker.
circumstances agree to his again \

control." So Mr. Quay got nothing learned Bank that Stockholder-See our cashier Is living beret! bay ITT I' "its made should known be to Printer, C. I. ROWTON MOUNT: & THOM' \

but a little additional humiliation beyond his mean suffer. has removed to the corner of Lemon
everyone Humboldt, and Front streets in the Kean Block \
for his offer. Bank Director My! My That won't II with ,

Ex-Congressman Pierce, of Indiana, do. We must give him more !salary. ing biliousness dyspepsia Kansas. 9C. lately occupied by n. T. VatterliL, \
Puck. or where be will be glad to supply his
who is chairman of the Republican G.-Soinitn'fr.Woodbury.N.J.J. patrons as heretofore with the BEST \

executive committee of that State, COMPLUCKNTAKT_ 1COTES. and FRESHEST FRUITS in season.

made a flying visit to Washington last t."' Oranges Bananas, Sjtrawbeme, Ap .
week to confer with Mr. Hanis: and ,("1tL \ "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE ples, Tomatoes, Dates FUcs. Raisins, Staple andFancyGrroceriPALA1KA
Ac., Ac. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes, ,
other Indiana politician in the city. : Pies and Candies.
BOOM
From the tone of a newspaper Inter- Clgara,Tobaccos,&c.of the choicest ]
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view given out by him as soon as lie LEMOX.STREET. PALATKA.TLA. brands. >

arrived, a person who knew nothing Full UM of Cliale*11'.....Uqn ra sad Cis .- Pure California Grape Juice and' FLORIDA.
ri always Swelt.Cl"rUenrrom New York Apple Cider my6-
\
about the subject would suppose that
""'" tile Coontry Promptly Filled

the Indiana Democrats were falling \. 1 oc-3m CUAS. HXREKA. Proprietors CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS. I
over each other in their efforts to join \ J. G. MANGOLD,

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the Republican party, but that was -rte "WAV Ikrwy rrojr DK 'SWAFEK: BIBBEK."
ALL GOODS WARRRNTED OR MOSEY REFUXDEB. ja15-1 '
only a "bluff." When he called on LEADING ARTIST IN : !

:Messrs. Harrison, Dudley, Michenor, White hulphiir)

Nebeker and other Indiana Republican ; PIll RAIT AND ..

politicians, which be did at the earliest Hotel.W.
I Springs LAW&CAPE PHOTl GWHY. 'I
possible moment, his talk was very AMBERGss

different. He told them that the State T. KING, Manager. FRONT STREET FALATKA
Fannie-Doe* your mother wear a
was in danger, and implored their assistance witch? W1U. ATTENT rROJIPrtT TO CALLS I
FLoRIDA.
to save the party from the Mamie-Yea, but she always uses her WHITE SFBIKOS, ""'W.v'GrOTes Re I4enee.,etc..witfc.n -
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UBC of Stadio. Alw
humiliation of having Its candidate defeated tllpper.-Texas Siftings. OPEC1AL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH. to tiMlaten- \ItJob of Portraiture. If TOO y want up $
O J Finest WHITE 8ULFHUK and CHALY a Crayon of yourself or old Picture enlarged trrna CollegeI
in his own State. He carried 11..1.... Is Vast***. ftEATE WATER in the South. 8prinp'u.charglu .- before ending off to some tree ponra s
Dyer 1600,000ganon. per hour. fraud. Call and .oeclmena.1EATTV$0 .
from here a mandatory order upon the -I tell you," 'he said disconsolately, Cure dlMUM of all kind*. UZZ-tf lee DO

National Committee fora considerable "women are altogether too businesslike S

sum of''money,which he said was so nowadays." WI $

needed that he would take What's the matter J. lotpie. AddreiM,DA.' F. BEATTY.
M.
urgently **I proposed to the heiress y .terd.,." Murphy.WHOLESALE ingtoa.New Jeratf. D ERG, s. c.
the order to New: York himself, and he "Did she accept your

"No. She took out her notebook. THE ACME
did.Mr.
Cleveland's letter of acceptance wrote my name and address in It, and
aid aha would consider my applies Sfl1 t B I r Parlmr.1
has caused some disappointment, butit tion."-Washington Star. PAT MENT K(
is among the Republicans exclusive RS. FOUR SUBJECTS
'
ly. Democrats are delighted with the WTaa4 t*. Tr .Me Was Refitted and Refurnished with I

style of the letter as well aswith, its Mr. Dyde-Did f on know the cashier WHOLESALE AND RETAIL furniture Throughout. Centrally!
has been speculating again renient to Depots and Boat Lail
language, and the belief U general thatit Dining Boom la Connection, with SHORTHAND
Mr. Hare-Whyhe assured me, .
yesterday L tl tar Low Prices.HrTnrnUhed
WIlES
IQ .
will make a convincing sort of campaign UMSjMKrfiARS. .
I that he didn't own a share ofstock Rooms,SOo. to .
-.... document in the hands of s 3 to ft&M per Week.H. .
to put Agent for the celebrated J. W. Hay
Mr. Hyda-ThatV just the trouble. A. BI&Z Pros RAPHY, PENMANSHIP,
intelligent doubtful voters. His charact.erlzaUoD per& Silrester Whiskies. A fall line .
of the Republican cry of 1',. learned he' tkott a thousand P. of the best brands at the lowest prices. tit W.Bay Street, JackaoBT .-
D. A Q. and th* market's up ten points oct-tl-I,1( !;::
free trade as an Impossibility In this -. uq. J.Ue&1It EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEA'

country was a happy thought, and his I .
B. WM Tlbr < to* Send
cent stamp
remarks on tarift: reform for which the Kaly. ,......___..........fl 00H come oar College. one
"Well, I'd be ashamed of myself if I <..._............. too
Democratic party stands, should be, .were. your said Mrs.: Cumftotto: her bus 8Urer Wedding.............-...... S M8ilTe .' Jyl-tL

read by every voter in the land. A band. "'You'dIdn', get to church this 8und t rd"AA-Bo rKye.fbon..........-.-.....?....4 S 00J. 00 rTl

tariff for revenue will be a necessity nornlnff till tie sermon was half over." .W.Harper.........._..-. .see !
"Oh I Vas there long' before that," ( }-. I CHAS. M. nuiia tD.
until some new method of raising the The Trade a specialty. Country
replied Cnmao. "I got there just a* the Juc
money necessary to run the Govern preacher said: 'Finally, brethren,' bias orders solicited. oc23-tf

ment shall Jiave been devised and put word more.-Judge. :BAIJJEYIOO.

into practical operation, but that is no ,BIa hMpee'". Tremont Hotel
.t a ,
reason
why the present abortion which PaerfamWaaWha' hare 1'C110

taxes the consumers of every protected show a* the means of supporting my (roKXUtLT HOTKL TOOSI.)

i article for the benefit of a few manufacturers daughter if you wed her, air.Snippy ,
i Lffe
NEAR Fire and Accident Insurance
KEWRAN STREET. BAY JACKSON -
should remain upon our :Mr; Snippy (with obriona embarrassment ,
)-Er--ah-I could tell better if- TILLE.VLA.CENTRALLY ; .-
statute books a disgrace to the Intel-
er-I had aeea your latest will--Chicago / LOCATED. OPEN ALL THE:
.c ligecce of bur national legislators. News. [j YEAR. Tboroorhly Rerwrated.Ratea I
.$2.00 to S3.UO per day.DODCUC.
Freelzde will i come some day but theobjectlvy r q
I O-4.I
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t t B. m. *: CULLEA8.Proprietors.. PALATKA. FLORIDA.
poi t of the present Democratic I IDO"U&n .
Bond-You to to unmarried
object an
appear .' .
campaign is fair trade,which can t ehaperone. j
jI THE SCWOL OF THE SOUTH.
only be brought about by a radical reforming Miss Cralk-Taat I do, most decidedly. I

of the present tariff laws. 1 Where such a person has any.skill jI (Open day and night the entire year.)
whatever she' sure to devote It all to Jacksonville Tampa & KeyW est SysteI
Representative Mitchell of I
Wisconsin her own interest*.-X. Y.Truth. SUCCESS UNPARALLELED ,

chairman of the Democratic ConaestonaT' .
Very Weal."You THREE DISTINCT DEPARTMEXTSCommercial. THETropical
Campaign Committee Stenograph Telejrraph-corerlnit SJioO
says
did wrong to call Dawson a feet of apace, all under direction of distinrniabed JACKSOfVZLLT '
he bas ood reasons for being confident flannel-mouth duffer." necialMta. Text book discarded! Trunk Line iACaalsrrll[
I Scholarships and board cbecper than other intitntions. I
that the electoral votes of
that state -Well Isn't her Graduate amuted to positions
will be cast for Cleveland and Stevenson "Of course he isn't. Flannel shrinks, ,throaichovremplornient agency-not one Idle. L KEY WEST
and does.Judge. ." Send for handsome catalogue to Embracing the System of Railways and .
Dawton's month never "
but he fears that the decision of WYATT A MARTIN Steamer shown on adjoining map, ex-
leading southward from JackaonTllle e- SYS i rise ,
the State Supreme Court against the recent _A Satllft..a Ma. t a 2-tf Macon-,Ga. excel prominent in equipment winter aDCIlIUDUDer'Plel5ll'e and aerriee: ,reach all + ee y '4Z.: ':$ > ,,. dos.anos.+.

reapportionment may give the republicans Girt Cumso (entering the carriage
lilT STANDS AT THE [ !
s'
several that HEADI
congressmen after the entertalnment-Did) you like 0o at Reserts
they would have elected if the new apportionment the concert, dear? ...

had been allowed to stand. Comae-Yes, love; everything; except I CURE of Tlorida. Througbtrata service with ,.
the YOURSELF! Parlor PuUjnaa. Buffet, sad Sleeping w .". Z4'J j... .
West Virginia is one of the Slates mnste.Judge.As utroab1MwfthOonorrhoaGleetWhiteSpermatorrhata Can carry you through fw
The CALIGRAPH. -
that the Republicans I..alt .a 7. ,
always carry, In Av.sged.Dick 1
or unnatural diacbarre Groves 4"
any ask
their mind, before election, or, asRepresentative Hick*-A boy told me today /our druggist for a bottle ol Orange _\Q .t '
that I made him think of you.' T RESPECTFULLY call the attentioa of the Sly O. It rnm< to a few day* > ..
Alderson of that State without the aid or publicity of a Fruit Farms, :e" .f
"
Hick What did:you say? 1 pabtie to the CAUORATHWRITI>O tr4 4
put it: "They are always) going to Dick Hicks- :-Nothin'; just blacked his MACHINE,renowned the world ow for high- C. doctor.rnaranteed Noa-poiaonotia not to trietnr and*., 'k, J I
en SPEED simplicity and strength of tx '- i
earry fre State, but they never do." eye. Jury. 8TRUCT10X. and iomr-tested DURABILITY.Saperior The Gtwewsar Aesrksm A -& Vegetable Gardens, s. ,
Mr. Aldenon, who Is fresh from the MAMF0LDL NO-Eaiest, Steadiest, )Manufacture by "e .ee. .asses
and. least depremtoa in writing. Lerel Key Til ITIW Cbsmical; Co. aoeatta t. p
Stale..sajs: _"The Republican will not Getting It.DowaJFla* t. -. Boardjaeparat*key for each character and SO Pineapple P/entetions, .e -
Ctt1'eati VIrri mat this years Down Guett-=\\ $'*. :th1 -extra. .charge of ,ctlraNNAn. o. .,, ewer. C
.
tlerc...e are alLDemocrats on the tariff Ire dollars fur? tI -: K{ A. Mines. 1

question,but the force bill issue is the Hotel Clerk-That'. for fee which "Label," but upon la INTRINSIC WORTH r Ph&spkate ,
one we are most intetested in. There you neglected to.five-fthe,tw<er.-, \ alone. y,0 t a 'raw said."".
are a hundred McKinley bills in that PKk..r"' '-- Prices and Circulars on application. Cec&Mut Fields : .: .

scheme, and it involves the rights of JAS. A. BArn, Agent, ..
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Light astf Airy. 'VIGOR OF MEN -----UD: do.. 'I'll&-- wrwu. w.
our people to govern themselves andit mh2S-3m ,Palatka, :lla. a.uw
> Clara-I want something to match my ... ... *
going to catry the State against the B Q ckty. p.m&ft8fttIJ stored.W
that fathers lead to-nigh t.What would yon*wear? ***..... Mrrr.w..**w Debility and afltae St. J&hns River, .
party -It. anew
sale of erfts fran dnrty.rrene.iatvire......
That jingo business with Venezuela Mande-Something1 light. Detroit BE A MAN tke ....lt.of.YWWe rkatekaMa. 1I'OftY'I'a1I d dadN..oaa Yltytm Y
did Free Press tmtftk. aerelopmeot, and loDe elves eo envy Indian River, .:
not out a* the officials of thatpoor ..
pan onaai mad porUua I Ik* body Moipt*. datermit.ntroda
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN. I--.I- boprovcmt ..alasIinpardbl .
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revolution-racked have .... -
country 3* Well .ck AC'q..Md.MAre .. ta. ntfttmttn. Bonk explanation* Lake Worth
IMttT II HHiTIHIU U Wilt d
informed the officers of our war Teasels you fond of Mr. SqwibbsT 5..ur..madada.a Y. drld.s.. mad BToofi ma'Iedsled)fresu AdrtmaCRIEMCOICAL I
that they win do whatever is .required ; ; .rat..,.r M.ak ar.fardda.. CO., EUfrALO.ILY.1RUNKENNESS. 4,'
"Not very* lref only beenf engaged: s..rr ru..as .. srieae --- --- -FOMHB A nw were TOBI8CAYNE ; ,
of them by this government. to him: on* day, you.knbw.-Chi.ago YUGUVI la all,..MU.YOUNfi .1
This: $ disappointing to\b4t admiaistra- We'WL ". MEN M OLD' BAY. ; v
lion which counted upon sufficient opposition r:1': ; .ntu bra 1tssgm.DiaiLITT r
A o.u 4 ; ..... ranla. Baa-
to few rant- VMls Direct line to Punta
hangout A spread-eag e ....., rl y at.at'aadwwt.p..B.stat \ 01'w war Habig hdttreL Que4sytr.tMSQitse Tampa' 's
orders, calculated: to work entbu* It was a aaa a too sudden warm P DT.Nat.et5dtM.a Corda aad O.lf Harborm. / .
slum np For Jo.l before TM.pokTUa s.WeiL WIACItM. among first TQters. A. II.The words that teM her of Lie lor :-m. ramrvr naxnr aMts. n f..saataemnd_a JIOW-.r.w..a_....time
q \'I'b.e. nraurr a< ris) is ..of .t s K fa leeS.wiatw.aw ( TIME, o c
a p. .asp
hamneoek
Woks
farmer makes grievous mistake MX:*,.... rrUa aad lvar., KaUaM.We -=:.. ,tk.o.=: ft r.wotaatykaraal. YOU aavr -
a > -t bate fey Je.H of pt.c ra ojr ...sad wUl aaaa a p n>aaat and -p.W j WILtJ TROUBLE
the Floridian oar .t rt.m.a rotbod a .aiforoa pM.wb ta-th* pauavt a a.ad iata drtakav.raa
says who discusseshis A Bo.a.n.f. -MOIOP.LTOfSVCCTle'.I.trea atoefcotx write. U aaa _aa gmu tat taaaaaadavsftsz' *"
cares and his troubles in A complaining BtaUonernaflypaper you. sold 'rut Atltettoaaafttaa.an XiriM't W=sad .low',_" is..d...ta_. ."B.aaaa.t"tatfraajsja"...***. SAVE | TRANSFERS seas __ MA e T
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w1tIaM bessw a lave limfllainnTijM ; ,
spirit in the presence of his m. was no good. from..ts StaMa and Terrltd.rteat at1 1M bq.er a Mla.M veal
think It be.Iiu&4m > UCUf IMIC -.r=sealdrdpoa cvLS>faraI ...p.tH.etb 57 p'iehads ticketm TUJaciKoTffi anatb.JTJK.'W'.Syrtem. Seed for large
Drnggikdidn't would' mn ,
PVH
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boys, as hejmU.theix oung minda on ,; i ntsr.y. ii free v afl.with other tofonaatioa of tetemt.J .
earth for torfghteri surrtinndin"'land [ M wtt aoBMHOi. yo' r" mnatlaL.Pack. .Qwtue.. p .ser..b. Cu!' :etm.. TaiasMin. pace book e< p.eswt...r.so.. Si..d si '.d .'Ills', .ti r
ACKLIIIy, a.rs'i..aa.
by a..M .rl ats.lyL ANrwN kitty U.X & InW in.Draggtats G. 0.
"more pleasant,prospects. .. < HME8lGAL Coo.HFFAL."T '. _._ .... FalMln., J R Den.. .JACCSONVILLi, ILA.
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A "WMil: fiIi S 1 n"f i.i .41 n.t=j -' ;tlfl- I fr'MtdiI1tbvLT.vra.:::-"" ,o.r; MAST i's SALB.XDEU .' IN' RCmT COURT; FIFTH JUDICIAL FALATICA-MABKETS..Corrected .

tend to tae part eta ...tbe' .Exposition,] The result of the election on 'Tues CIRCUIT: FLORIDA, c-n.-.w..iHaJ.

it '. and doq't wire to aayway.: <;_ Tbey will day last in Florida continues the State U or roBVCixwrxB AND BY VIRTUE: AXP SALE OF granted A DEe"U(to PUTNAM COUXTY-Ix CHANCERY. Weekly! by Gay Broa-Corner Kirby

PALATKA. FIJL, ocr..1.18.2., be left out id Ae-cofd: and the live, government in the hands of the Demo- I I tuber 6tlu ISi S, Ia the Circuit Court of the Fifth and KIrkland streets.1
Judicial Circuit of the State o( Florida, ta and .
progressive patriotic Counties will be I cratic party and to that party e peo for Putnam Ocntjr. In a certain cave tbtreiapeadine Market on Sugar Is easier and prices bar

AU advertising Mm tecvote dt* yro rat Represented: at Chicago and reap the I pie will loot for good government M. Klrbr in Chancery are complainant wherein,Edwin and Jaoe end Dick H. rorecUwureJoba'&ener dropped considerably. Louisiana Rk is now

every. laont Spccui nod short time i..yatodrinue. full benefit of it. general prosperity so desiredby Shelley 8bertfl..d cx-officto Administrator of, Joseph Mwinr' > .ot moving and the quality I* excellent and Price-
earnestly
tattle of George FrI dricheen, drceawd, and 1
All emtttatweswwidbe ma te I-J exprtocer *- LounU I *. Mortgage. low best grades are from Carolina and the
"If any Boards of County Commissioners all good citizens. To say the least Frledrlcheen are defendant, hall tell OF ;
order or registered fetter to the kicheatand best bidder,for cask,in trout I T APPEARINQ BY THE AFFIDAVIT than sine 1S$.
McKENZIE IUITT1'nbnaber*. are "on the fence" now it is the responsibility continued l by the of the Court House door, at Palatka. U said I Jo rrn MBSSMKB.the complainant tba'-Ia defondant market on rice now is lower
.
Ititaara County, on the FIRST MONDAYIN the belief of the affiant the residence < f the The of canned Tomatoes are comingIn
new pack
BOX N t tLATtf*..IVUHtlDA.iy the time to come down off of it. All 1 will of the people as expressed at the NOVEBA. D. 1802 within the Weal unknown,and that the said defend.

of them are asked and entreated neD polls is a very important trust, and it Ins boon located of sae in,the the foUowlnK nmtbwwt laD4I.corner w-U of mirth-: Be. ant It i I**twenty-one therefore ordered year of that age.said defendant and there ha been aa advance of at least TH

to make their appropriations at once, now devolves upon the party to shoW west quarter of nonhwen quarter of Section *pcar to the bill filed Herein.on cents doaen from the lowest point some ten
IA and One. and of SeFlFTH D..A .")F DECFJ1BSIt,18tr1,the
Q0IciaI Orya of < County, south aide of nonhea quarter days
but, if they don't choose to, the other to the country their ability to fulfil northeast quarter of Reetioa Two cf Township same being the rule day for said month ago.
NBf.tfc JVinn counties will 'get there without their every pledge made. The Democratic particularly described at lotlowa, vis: Begin' once week for eight consecutive weeks Solt..A..Sugar. ._....... to l rn
aid. party has absolute control of the State sing at the southeast corner of northeast quar In the Palatka Weekly Times a newspaper pairtithed Extra """ Sugar at. ..
ter of and Circuit
ta aid
northeast quarter pf SeQouTw0.10WD. County Floor, First PatentsWestern Spring
NATIONAL DK.HOCKATIC TICKtT. 'The World's Fair officials have just and municipal governments of Florida hip throes true eat Jortr-t wo and "II feet, thence this.th day of october, 1803. Fl.ur, Second Patents do do 4-25 to 4.7S
won.an important contest that has beenin and will be held accountable any north one degree,thlriir minute west two bun- FRANK WRIGHT,Clerk. Dry-Salted Meats-Western Bellies, ,
For President: for Bred and sheen feet; thence north W degrees, MEAL) By D. M. KIRBY D.C. in$)O pound boxes:.. IS to p.
progress with railroad managers nnwise legislation. The campaign a minutes west,thirteen hundred and serenty- JOPH H. SrArvoKD*Complainant' Solicitor. Western Befflesv-

GROVER CLEVELAND.For many months. They have secured now happily ended, has not been entirely seven nnndred and feet H feet; thence true south three oc7- w 2SO pound boxes.. f S4 te a
; thence true east thirteen Smoked Meats-Fancy brands :NewYork
Vice-president: half rates on large number of exhibits, free from bitterness and per- died containing sad twenty and fret to point of beginning, and IX CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JU- City Hams........ J2H to 13
00.109
acftLAI8o do Western H.- 11 to 12V
ADLAI E. STEVENSON. on which some of the roads had all sonalities; but this state of affairs was ,that other parcel of land lying and be. DICIAL CIRCUIT, FLORIDA. do 8bo.d.Jen.- Stot

along insisted on collecting full rates largely due to the of lag ia the southeast portion of the northwest do picnic Hams.....-. 9 toIl
For Presidential Electors: presence an oppo quarter of the northwest quarter of Section PUTNAM COUNTY.-IN CUAXCERY. Cheese Fancy Full CreanxN.Y.State) 12 to
coming to Chicago with the promiseof sition that came into prominence on 1,Township South of Rang 26 east a. per Butter, Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 23 to 26Syrup
T. M. SlIACKXLFORD United State 'unq.4; more particularly Florida,per gal. ... 30 to
returning them free. The Transcontinental and described as follow : ..
new issues as the champion via: Beginning point New Orleans Mousses. to40
four hundred and feet, north of the ... t
Rice
twenty-four
-good 41044
B. B. Bi. ci wELL. association composed policies that were new in the politics of southeast earner of the northwest quarter of Henry.lleldadForeclosure. I of Rice, Carolina; Choice................ 5 to J111
roads that net-work of tracksin Section 1,Township la, South ef Range 36 eastrnnningirom v .. Fancy. 5t. to
A. E. MAXWELL, weave a this country. This opposition has been thence true north four hundredand Absalom W.Dieter and f Mortgage. Crackers Vanderveer A Holmes'
Western States baa decided three feet and ave tentba thence north 86 O. F. Spragne. JrAPPEARINO .. I
to grant defeated in its first encounter, and its ; Standard XXX. .Soda.
\v. N. THOXPSOX. .
degrees 20 minutes went(tree bearing)four hundred BY THB AFFIDAVIT OF Lemon Crackers. T
the reduced rate. This includes all reappearance in the politics of the and forty and S-ll feet; thence south four : .rroKD, Attorney for the Ginger Snap''........... 7
hundred and twenty-seven and 10 feet thence : MO to ....
; complainant that the defendant Absalom W. Condensed Milk-Eagle
agricultural, horticultural and floricultural country will depend largely upon the east four hundred and forty feet to place of beginning Dieter, is, in the belief of affiant a resident of Champion........ 4.73 to ....
For Congressman Second District, products and includes all of the in ,including" four and. 18.100 acrt'I Also, the State of New York and that his residence 1* do do Ben Brand......... 4J6to....
maps, success .Democratic party all that parcel of land containing! S and 8T-100 at 388 Dean street, Brooklyn New York and HlghlannBrand..small lots....... ,.23to....
CHAS. M. COOPER. statistics drawings,photographs, etc., bringing about a just and equitable acres, and being the same Und conveyed to thesaid that the said defendant Is twenty-one year of Monroe Brandsmall.. .... 5.00 to ....
Louisa Friedrichsea AekW Lee and
by "I do do Anglo Swiss,14, .. JM to ....
not advertising any individual. administration of public affairs. The Lucrttla Lee by deed bearing date Irth day ofFebruary 10 1* therefore ordered that said defendant New York Milk(Vs. 13 os. 8.73 to ....
18M. and which tract of land Is In Absalom W. Dieter do to the bill filed Canned Goods-Calif. Apricots Jib2.20 to ....
hIt will be noticed by the above con people of Florida are making rapid advances aid Putnam Count;, and loin the firs described herein on the SEVENTH appear DAY OF NOVEMBER do Green Gages......... S.20to ....
Now that we have elected our entire tract herein,and the description of aid said do Plums,Jib. 120to....
test that as the agricultural and hotli and will such ad' 1893 the same being the rule day for Erg
State and officers let into they expect last tract described U the same II(, given In said month.It Feacbee-Jlb.Table.. 1.73 to ....
County us go cultural products, etc., would be of a' ministration of public affairs as will' deed from Ickie Lee soil Lucre tia Lee to said 1s further ordered that this notice be prb- do -SIb. Table Yellow......... 1.23 to....
elect Cleveland for President.In Louisa Frie4rlcl eL fished once a week for four consecutive week dod 1't4t.. .. lJ3toL29
perishable nature and would not be re conduce to the general goo J. E, K. HASKILL.Special in the Palatka Weekly Times,a newspaper published Canned Fish-Alaika Salmon....... 1.43 to ....

this country 37,000 women find turned the full rate going and the free .E Bu>wuf, Complabiant's Solicitor.Master.Jos. Witness la said my County hand and and the Circuit seal of laid Court do Fresh Salmon Columbia..........River..... 1.30101.90

rate returning conceded nothing on the Have tried most every known remedy octT-td this Sth day of October, 1W2. Mackerel....._ .... J.OOto....
employment u telegraph operators FRANK WRIGHT,Clerk. American Sardines.>.S
part of the railroads until the half rate for Itching Piles without success, By D. H. KIRBY D.C. in oil. 4.M to4.:3
And they generally; have the Jut word IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PUTNAM JOSEPH H. SrArvoRP, Complainant' Solicitor. Little Neck Clams..... KM to....
when to was secured. finally bought a box of DeWitt'a Witch oe7-td Lobsters... .......... 2JOto....
they are talking somebody
; "An appeal should now be made to Hazel Salve, and it has cured me. C. COUNTY, SJATE OF Canned Vegetables-No.Tomatoes M to I JO
: :
over the wire. do o. 2 Sugar Corn.... ... 80 to 1.40
the Southern Railway and Steamship O. Haskins, Peoria. Ill. FLOBIDA.-'Ix CHANCEBT. MASTEB'S SALE. do No.lOknandTcmate.e.1.401o..
: do No.2 )lanowh..I.1Oto 1JO
The first Tobacco Fair ever held in Association, at Atlanta, to adopt the The Cow r... Abbott F. Wade TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE: OF A DECREEof do No.2 Early June>e.*.... IJoto...
...
NOJ Buston Baked
do Beans JO
\ of foreclosure and to.
same half rates as secured from the The North boasts of its clover a T* I sale rendered by the do No.: Boston Brown Bread 1.60 to ....
the State will be held In Pensacola on as a Thomas A. Darby et at Hon. -fill'l; ,Judge of the Circuit Court for

' next Wednesday, October 12. It prom.t' Trans-continental Association:-Florida forage crop and fertilizer but lhe'South AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE the In Ucala. Florida Circuit oa of the Florida 23d tUy, at of Chambers Sep, Coffee do Green Roasted Rio.Rio............. J4to 41 to .20.24

: Star. UNDER & ASD SALE issued out of tember, A. D. .in Table Iri b Potatoe lace to be and will while able to raise the finest 1892 a certain cause la Chancery
a great success, the Circuit Court of the State of Florida In and therein pending, wherein A. Markley barrel............... 3.60to&2ft
.bow what is being accomplished in ARGUMENT'AGAINST. MOITEY. clover has a greater treasure in cow for Putnam County,In Chancery sitting on the Harry Is complainant, and George Lee and Cabbage do ..
t' Mb day of October 1892 in a cause In the saidCourt Lizzie Lre are defendants, I,as the Special Master Re..JODJoII.do 2.73to3.2S
this new industry. In an interview J says the Savannah peas. The peas should be cut in' the depending, wherein Abbott F. Wade i* ia Chancery appointed in said decree, will Yellow Onions,per barrel...... 2 .0toX2STonACCO.
complainant, and Thomas A. Darby, Sarah P. men for cash, to the highest and beet bidder, at
News, the other day Mr.,Whitney mentioned morning and on the morning of the Darby, and the National Improvement Com public auction,at the front door of the Court CICAKTTIS.ETCk
v. Col. C'E. Merrill, late. editor.. tie "defendants I sbaU. on MONDAY, the MOHMla Palatka, Putnam the ....... .
Democratic second day after cutting they should be fY.: County on Duke Cigarettes ...........$3.6*
' fafJ that I OVKMBER, A.D.1H92,offer for sale FIRST
Jacksonville Standard Las moved to the the 11r MONDAY IN NOVEMBER. A. D. 1S92, Sensation Cut l'Iolt.1 os .. Ira
hauled to the barn. A good farmer has and cash, to the highest and best bidCer. being the seventh day of aid month, between Seal of North Carolina: M
West where he will National needof in front of the door of the Court House ofeahl the hoar of 11 a m. and 2 said
J Key at'an early Cornel tee was greatly\ p.m on day, the Gravely& Miller, Champ Carter Lucy Hinton,
grapple hooks in his barn so as to un Putnam County, between the legal hour of following described land: I
..' date begin the publication of "The money fjll legitimate expensesof load his in a few minutes. ale, all of the loUowlng eeurIr11; Land situate in the County of Putnam; City tract Bob Hancock prices.Richmond and all leading gradM at con.
Gulf wagon to-wit: Beginning at a of PaUtka and State of Florida being knowu root-p'r box...... .. 3.T3
Pennant" The Colonel desires the However he said
camp ., Much valuable time is wanted in the the St:Johns River at the southwesterly corner and designated upon the map of said city a* Lot i Old Virginia I'hernots-ter box. 3.23
'f all papers that formerly exchanged the Democn fctt need a treat *;. of a lot of land conveyed by Clisha Loring No. (6 Six In Block No.(116) Sixty-six; bounded I Soar Col ate's Octacon.single box
I
Farm and H. his wife, to the Putnam Majmfactnring north Lot
Old-fashioned way. animals love Ellen by Ne. (6) Five, and about 100 feet I lots .. 4.00
" !; <;;nth him to substitnte the Pennant forE of money ber: fLe crrn of and recorded by a deed of 11th Decem thereon; east by Uapgood.street and about 130: Colinte's 4)eta on..fire box lots..... 3.fill
Change fodder nothing de- bet Itwa,and in the Clerk's offlce for feet thereon, south by Oak street and about 100 I Jo do ten box lots..... JJCnpid.
the Standald.L" their side. -a. them than well-cured I said Pntbam County, and running thence north fee thereon, and west toy Lot No. (3) Three in American Family and other brands at
ghis more pea six degree*, fifteen minutes weal along the said Block, and about ISO: feet thereon .to market prices.MathesSwift.
have thelissues side of said Putnam Manufacturing getherwihall the aDd I
,
\1The stubble ploughed under westerly tenements bouse Improvement iftCoartnet,Blue Hen, Peer'
FLORIDA STATE BUILDING Company's lot twelve(12) chains to a stake on thereon and thereunto belonging.
f fertilizer. len and Cat ann Mows at lDuufact1lrten'iork
;f inatchless public road at wire fence; thence westerly DONALD GILLIS
The
foundations of the Florida Stat' thele peas are also excellent for hu- along said wire. fence three chain and fortv- sep30-td Specla.l11uter la Chancery.L New prices. State Hand-Plo.ed Pea

:. .Building( are completed and the framework great let. They are highly nutritiousor mess even*and links fifteeec to a stake minute; thence' east south 14 chains sixty: : and oe- .. *.33toSJO!

made into soup. By judicious forty link ton stake on the east bank of said Pearline per 9.73
for the exterior walls is being ned ram ]" this soup is worth being a river, thence northerly along said river bank D. EATON M. D.
four chains and eleven links to place of beginning BaT Grain. Flour* Fertilisers Etc.cerrectedWeekty .
rapidly placed. This structure is attracting visitor on any man's table. containing eve acres together with an
Inn hern farmers generally appreciate ana singular the tenements house and buprovements : by Vertrees A Coy old J., T.
perhaps more attention than and thereunto ,
thereon belonging
any of but this is & K.W.Depot.
penses.is rte cow peas, one or la anywise appertaining. HOMEOPATHISTOFFIczFRYBlocic
other State building upon the Exposi nnot be too much cultiva- FRANK WRIGHT. $' nbject to market changes.
not
Special Master. Corn, Mixed, per sack lie IDS.$ 130to$1.45
lion grounds by reaSon of its unique naIn FLKTf m i h Wrais, Complainant' 80- PALATKA, FLA. Oats White,per sack 128 Ibs....... Lastoiso
Ucitojs. oc7-4d Ground Feed, per sack 100 Ibe. 1.43 to JO!
E rOU TWENTY
architecture and historical associations the CENTS. Feed Meal, per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.05 to 113
medy sold at one dollar a both Residence-Corner Main and First Sts.Omci Pare Wheat Feed per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.60 to 1m
It is predicted that from the opening Th 'SHERIFFS' SALE. Rust Proof Oats,per bush. 55 -_
for t claims to cure Rheumatism, Hocm-8 to 10 a, m., 1 to 1 p. m. Hay,No. 1 Timothy,per ton.....?. 15.00:X..
until the of Wheat Bran,per ..'. 1S.oo to .
closing day the Exposition .oo
Fy for when all and 7 to*p.m. Sundays-Ito 3 p. m.
an impositions
.
ccrunins( TINDER> AND BY VIRTUE OP AN XECUU Grtts and Meal per 3J5toX43
It will be thronged with visitors from deducted it leaves not TION issued out of and under seal of the Patient from a distance can be treated Bent Patent Flour, per bbL...... 4.73to&.
cs are Circuit Court for Putnam County, Florida on : through the malL Office consultation fit*. Cotton Seed )teal.Bright, per ton:. 24 JO to 23.00
r- every quarter of the globe. an twenty cents to represent the 6th day of October A. D. itttt. In favor of : ap8-6m Cotton Seed Meal, Dark,per ton... 9040 to 21.00
it is
C. H.G Uchrtut: an All intending exhibitors at the Pen their e? [edicine. Dr. Drutumond's Light- levied en and will offer for sale to the best and !'ortCeDC. per XMtoS.00
highest bidder for cash,at Uilchrttt'a Store,at Rosendale bbL IMlolMt
sacola Tobacco fair are earnestly urgedto legiti n Remedy, which is performing MXaka,Putnam wm.torit".r.aFl. GO JO Plaster Cementer .. ..::::::::: too to 2.2 5
MONDAY IN UIM, Dbl.,
make application for space in the Dave ronderful cures ,hat it is being the seventh day of said month, during the J. He-c RPENTERJ iPUsterers'per Hair, per Ib.. l.lStcUS 44 to.Oli

World's Columbian *ed by the medical facultyere legal hour -c* sale( the following described Rest Liverpool Salt,per sack...... .MtoljOO
Exposition: where headqntiocal property, to-wit: Lemon Street bet.Kansas House and Florida Orange Box Sides,per box. 4 to 5JJ
they for six months show is compounded qt great Sixdewert spoons, 12 tab'e forks t table TUgkman7Orange Box Heads to
millions
to
may knives, I napkin: ring 1 plated cup, 1 drawer of Grooms' Bakery for Best Birch Hoops,per bdl.......... .40 to 60
of visitors the splendid quality of cation th from rare drugs and cannot be shelves clock 2 Mexican bird pictures,1 piano
cover, 2 sea weed, 1 oak center table, one lot of
Hess than Five Dollars a bottle Candle Nuts Ete.
DRY WOOD.
Florida STOVE
grown tobacco. Mr. Jackson blocksofst matting 2 common curtInn,S piece lace curtains
will attend the Pensacola tional ca a\g i .oncoc tlways cures. Seat prepaid to 2 curtain pole 1 bracket, 1 platter 1 [Corrected Weekly by R.& E.J. Smith Wholesale
fair to facilltte late, 1 skin, 1 high chair, T cane bottom chairs Candy Manufacturers, No.Lemon it.)
eta .on receipt of "pride. i ofal extension table, I Jap. hanging lamp More for the money than anyone else. Large
this matter and furnish inform to ,a for. Gen, [ ,
any carry 4 1 plane. JAMES U. SHKJXKY.otltd : Loads, SOc. and 2'Se. delivered. Mr Wood Is Stick Candy 23-lb boxes...... 104
matron desired. Harrison. 1 icine Co., 48-50( Mai- Sheriff. dry even after a rain,as it is under cover fine Broadway AAiIxture,23-lb. boxes::::::::::::. ::Ho
and Cvpres. sellia American Mixture, 30-Ib. buckets...........JOo
By request of the Horticultural Department In all parts Chocolate Creams,Mb. boxes......_.......20-k
Mr. Plant is forwarding from in IberproU .ed industries are SHERIFFS: SALE, Marslunallows,.. b. boxes................... 1
..:.. the told that the furuish the A. B. loam Drops, 3-lb boxes................. /
Tampa Bay Hotel gardens a car plainly } must Pure Gum Drops,Wb.boxes........... .... .-Jf
r load of choice plants, and next sprinc money for the campaign and there is TTNDKR AND BY VIRTUE AN EXEC['- UNDERTAKINGAND Penny Goods, 100 pieces In box..............gP f'* a
r;: I TION fanned ntit of and under seal of the .
"i will send a larger number. These with no doubt that they are responding lib Circuit Court for Putnam County, Florida on CHxwna orx.\. prAdams' }
the*th day of October A. D. 1892.In favor of r. SappotaTolttperbox.. ..udr.,90
those already received and expected erally. They are turning into the 11. RJIchrist and against Mary H. Brent,I have Tutti Frnttl.per box. .J. /. soe

r>; .' from the Ponce de Leon gardens will treasury'of the National Republicanparty levied on and will offer for sale to the highestand M Red Rose, per bax..:::JtJf..:::::.460
best bidder for e&IIb..t the front door of California Fruit per box....... ..........>>00
.f I make very beautiful display. a part of the vast sums which they the Court 1ones in Palatka. Putnam County Panama Fruit per box......... r....... ....65a
Florida on the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEM Biggest Yet per box ........ ...f........... .860
,_ THE!:_WORK COMMENCED. have taken out of the pockets of the BER.A. D. 1892. t eing the seventh day of said

,, ::. 'York' on the foundation for the people by means of the protective sys : Has made many friends. month.the during following the describer legal hour property of sale: oa sajddar. EMBALMING! BUT.,....
Mixed Nutn per pound ....I t.......... ...15o
2. .. .Florida State building was commenced tem. : Why? Because it is the !'Allot Township north 12.half South of north Range west 27 quarter.east excepting Section Peanuts, F&IIqpn'pound. ................... 60
Almonds, per pound ..... .A..liq
., at Chicago the first of this week, and The people ought to have the fact best and four acre conveyed to Washington" Jones by English Walnuts pound:::... : :::: 16o
I"; forcibly presented to them that the : cheapest liniment : deed recerded la Book: T. page 354-W. Putnam A FULL LINE of METALIC, CLOTHand Filberts,per pound............._..M........120
by advices received from Mr. Jackson I County Records and excepting abont 5 I'ecanii, pound... .... .....lAo
i' the framework will be completed by 'money the Republican party is using so 2. sold. It kills pain I IiSHLVfiTIDN It. Putnam acre recorded County on Records page; and 229-90 excepting la Book about"M," WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS on Brazil Walnuts per ,per pound::: .:::::::::: '...:.120

the first of the lavishly to keep Itself in power is taken six acres,recorded on page : coming month. The "
11 T, Putnam County Records; and exceptingahcnt Fresh Meats.
buildiDg will Ce just about completed from them by means of the Republican DILl! 4 acre recorded at page 297-98-09 in Book
in "K" Putnam County Records; and excepting: Mail and telegraph ONC'nl! ) promptly (Corrected weekly by Duane Bros. Central Market .
tariff. The farmers
by the 20th of October when the dedication every part of about four acre, recorded at page 299-300-301, near Court Uouse.1

\ ceremonies to be held. the country who pay nearly two pnces | is sold by all dealers for2Jc | In Bonk "K" of, Putnam County Records. Containing attended to. Beef Xorthern (Best Cats},per Ib...jo to ....
are 57 acre more br less. Round............. .............15 to ....
Sir. Jackson further writes that for their agricultural implements SubttltBtrt are meaty cheap Imita- Upon such sale being made I win make and Florida Best Cuts............30 to 12%
a household utensils and teens of good articles. Dost take deliver to purchaser thereof a good and sufficient B. L. LILIENTHAL. Mutton...<.... .................. .....1* to 2*
carload of choice plants from the Ponce clothing con- them Insiat on tettine SALVATION deed to same; pnrt ha k tribute indirectly to the immense cam OIL,or y..will be disappointed. JAMES 1C 3HELLEY. Pork. "::::...........::::: : ;. ...J2<;to 13
; de Leon hotel gardens is now in the i oc7-td Sheriff. Night call at B. S. MOONEY'S Sausage.,.,.....:.:.....:.:.:::::.:.:*.13 to ....
y floricultural paign fund that,the Republican party .N.NN......NN....... Venison.-.t to ....
building, also eighty-fire rear of Putnam House. fe.'G4y Poultry Dressed... .... ............. ...
lemon has atits disposal. Change the tariff C CHEW Lasers N.UCS. The Grist Tsbaece Ripans Tabules have come to stay.
bearing
1" orange, guava and live AsMots V-rrlce 10 CU. At ad tftaltrs.
) trees are en route for Chicago from the system in accordance with the tariff

J celebrated: Belair Grove in Orangecounty. doctrines of the Democratic party and The "Goo wtar" Shoe leads

t the Republican party will not be ableto *; LITTLE BROTHERS'Fertilizer

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The following editorial the Times- get the means with. which to corrupt 'em all at the lowj5riee; of One .... .

Union of Monday is very applicable to I voters. 11" '

those counties that have not taken action The Democratic party is poor in Dollar and Fifty Cents, at.

aa yet. It is but jUt that those mosey but rich in argument, and argument ., J. R. DUNtTS.. and Phosphate Company

counties who have already and will at will prove more effective with ,

forward thinking people who are, largely in
once come with their appropriations -

ought to receive a fun benefitof the majority, than money. The Republican Road Overseers, r.A..C"r.r AO V .I i...if7?, .aA.

the exhibit. party may go wad with its

Commissioner Jackson colonization, bJ U-of.tlve and other BIDS are Invited for persons to over *

:pledges 1 of various has secured schemes but in this campaign the victory see the repair and work on the Roads Grandest Opportunity of the Nineteenth > .
sums of money from and Bridges In the County for the e
sic or eight Florida counties: in aid of I is going to be on the tide of argument. lug year. An Overseer foe each Com. J. ", .

Jut project upon the "Gazetteer"*plan missioner'a District will be appointed
: at the November meeting of the Board. -VIZ- _
whit is now familiar to everybody in Bfei sad After Election. By order T. C. BUTLER,

ate. The money, it will be Candidate-l-Wh1 good morning ,sep23Chairman., The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer "AT
is not to be
,
J paid until the
Mr. Jones. How this
are you morning -
,.
ale building shall have been ?'* UJIIEIJAXNIG( EXCLHIYELY HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Company

1 and space shall have been V oter-'Ob. quite well, I thank whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.


|theM Mr. Jackson Counties is fulfilling for making his you.Candidate How are-"Am you!feeling" splendidly.I W. C. SNOW'S Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates and:all Fertilizer Materialon


I IS contract. When the walls hope your family are well." hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that

ng are up there will be thee Voter_"Yes, very well, ttnks. UNDEBTA KING WAEEEOOVS, 261 have been tested throughout the State. .
FaoYT .
STREET Opposite Putnam
evidence of the success of Mr. Jones (two days later) Good .
and if at that time Igonse Palatka, Fla. Residence in 80KD FOB PAMPHLET AND "
any of morning I How.arc yea this a. m.? ante building. DATA. t

; thirty-odd Counties do "CandMater- very weB."

ely.hustle themselves into R. S. MOONET in charge.r'TELterirs.Ozum .\ "Li l.Bros' Fertilizer and Phosphate Company ::

Qrld'. Fair The Preafas'iitia electeen &rs' ._
procession:: by oeel oaTuesday wnx :BXcsrrx .M*,>V ... '
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appropriations, it will '1', fee""S', 8*I!'. of NOT___. PaoaArtEvrloN. pl5- $... "' c. '. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.;

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I muter fort. which under God has been SANTA MARIA. and the sea where he was going always

Informing each of our generations with smooth and he particularly requested

the peculiar truths Of Americanism COLUMBUS' FLAGSHIP COMPARED such vessels as would enable him to nut
America therefore gather her ron close in along the shores and sail 'up the

wt bvs Y. kround the school house today as the inttitution .. WITH MODERN SAILING VESSELS. rivers. On Sin third voyage,.when he

closest] to the people most char- actually reached South America, he.

icteristicof the people and fullest or TV* Wrader tv ike Mariner .f Today I* complained of the size of his vessel

'- HE spectaclAmerica hope for the people. Hew the Navigator Craned the Ocean which rendered coast exploration dtflS-

present Today America's fifth century begins In U,. Little c.ra.ea-.I. Facsimile forth
this day is with. The world's twentieth century will soon tlRnrS+tFD By T>fE OVrsc$ OMPANOttGod WerWs rain cult.The Spanish authorities declare that

out precedent in be here. To the thirteen millions now in the Santa Maria of 1883 ia an exact re-
history. From the American schools the command of Spain i* now in the midst of a seriesof production in every detail of that of
ocean to ocean the coming years belongs. We,thelouth helping me, cried Columbusthough fair or foul the breeze. fetes in commemoration of the discovery 1493. It has the same old fashioned

r 'n city Tillage at America who today unite to marchas t will sail and .Rail till I find the land beyond the western seasP of America which will last till shape the same primitive mails, rig

and countryside one army under the sacred flag, on So an eagle might leave its eyrie bent though the blue should bar. late in October. On the 8d of August. gings and sails and even the same ar-

\ -the children ot derstand our duty. We pledge ourselves To fold its wings on the loftiest peak of an undiscovered start date of the sailing of Columbus from mament of falconets'and mortars halberds -

the states are that the flag shall not be stained and And into the vast sad void abyss be followed tbe setting sum Paloa, the jubilation began,; and of all and arquebuses. The cabin of the

( I 'XIf marshaled and that America shall mean equal opportunity it or gars nor gales cctsl-l ,fright his sails till the wondrous quest was, done. the sights the exact reproduction of the commander is furnished in the style of

marching under and justice for every citutn and But Oh, the weary vigil.*the murmuring, torturing days. flagship of Columbus the Santa Maria. the Fifteenth century, and its table U
L- the banner of the brotherhood for the worta. excited roost amazement. Among the littered with documents and nautical -
Till the PiutaV gun. and the shout of "LcndP set the black night ablazel maps .
1. nation and with *ilorsJ3jgPfasl gathering there was a .
instruments of the period. Finally
Iae the Till the tdicre Irair, ea Parsdue in morning's brim anti gold. loudPcJras
around of astonishment and unb&-
peoplo are gathering its mastheads decorated with the
[ the school' house THE OFFICIAL-PROGRAMME. And a world wa. won from the conquered deep and the tale of the ages told! EeL Almost unanimously they declared royal, standards of are Castille and Leon inexact

Men are recognizing today the most Prepared for th* National C.I..blaa Uplift the tarry Banner The beat age i* begun that such ship had not done the imitation of the flags which Columbus
KpreMtiTe: anniversary sine Rome cele- h..lle School CeUbratlen Oc'4lI. We are the heir of the manners whose voyage that morn was done. thing-it wa impossible. planted in the New World on

"*ted her thousandth year the 400th T IS now known MeuureleM.1andll Columbus gave and rivers through zones that roll. Oct. 12, 1'92. The vessel is manned by

Mtirersary of the stepping of a hemisphere to all readers But his rarest, noblest bounty wad a New World for the Soul! an excellent crew, obtained from among

into the world's life; four com that President For he sailed from the Past with its stifling walls,to the Future's open sky, the fishermen and sailors of Cadis and

Jwted) centuries of a new social order Harrison has.bIDed And the ghosts of gloom and fear were bud as the breath of heaven went by San Fernando and placed under the
the
celebration of liberty and enlighten. a proclamation And the pedant's pride and the lordling's scorn were lost, in that vital air, or4ers of a detachment of officers of the
ant organized into a civilization naming Oct. ..
As lost when and wind blue and bare royal navy.
And fogs are : sun sweep ocean ;
while daring these hours the .., 21 as the true an At the opening of the Spanish fetes.
federal! government of these United niversary of tbsdiscovery And Freedom and larger. nowledge dawned clear, the sky to span.
on Aug. 8,the war vessels of all nations
States strikes the keynote of this great of The birthright not of priest or king, but of every child of maul were at Euelva to salute the new Santa

American day that gives honor to the America andrecommendinl Uplift the New World's Banner greet the exultant sun! ( Maria on her first voyage down the river

common American institution which Let its rosy gleams still follow his beams as swift to west they no. and her entrance into the Bay of Cadiz

unites as all we assembl here that We. J its observance b] Till the wide air rings with shout and hymn to welcome it shining high was greeted by deafening salvos. As

too, may exalt the free school that em, suitable exercises And our eagle from lone Katahdin to Shasta's mow can fly there was almost a dead calm however
bodies the American principle of nni in all the schools of the United States.A fold she had to be taken in tow
Iu the light.of ita stars as on fold is flung to the autumn sky. I by a gunboat,
renal enlightenment and equality, the uniform programme for every school which marred the
representation some
Uplift it. Youths and Maidens, with songs and loving cheers;
most characteristic product of the four in America to be used on Columbus
what. Later, however, she sailed out
Through triumphs*raptures, it has waved, through agonies and tears.. .
centuries of American Ii!.. with the dedicator
Day simultaneously ; beautifully on the route taken: by Columbus -
Four hundred years ago this morning exercises of the World's Columbian exposition Columbia looks from sea to sea and thrills with joy to know: V and returned to receive renewed

the Plnta's gun broke the silence and grounds in Chicago will give Her myriad eons, as one, would leap to shield it from a foel salutes. At this naval congress of nations

announced the discovery of this bemi an impressive unity to the popular cele- And you who soon.will be the State, and shape each great decree. the fact was humorously commented -

sphere.It bration. Accordingly when the superintendents ; Oh vow to live and die for it, if glorious death nrast bet on that Columbus took with him

was a virgin world. Human life of education last February The brave of'all the centuries gone tins starry"Flag have wrought; '. for interpreter a scholar who knew Latin

hitherto upon it had been without significance. accepted the plan for this national public In dungeons dim,on gory field*;iU light and peace were bought. Greek Hebrew, Arabic Coptio'and

In the Old World for thousands school celebration, they instructed And you who front the future-whoae day our dreams fulfill- .Armenian, in addition to Spanish; that

of years civilized men had been their executive committee to prepare an On Liberty's immortal height oh,-plant it firmer. ti1U' : this learned gentleman w*. a failure in .
trying experiments in social order. official programme of exercises for the the New World, and that the first -to
For it Coats for broadest learning for the soul's eupreme release;
They had been found wanting. But day uniform for every school. Y master any of the Indian tongues were
here was an untouched soil that lay The following programme has been For law disdaining licenser for rightrousBees and peace; I the most illiterate sailors. But this U

ready for a new experiment in civiliza prepared by the committee: For valor born of justice, and iU amplest scope and plan Tex nw 6It an oft repeated experience.J. .

tion. All things were ready. New Th school should assemble at s. m. pt Makes a queen of every woman, a king of every man!. is Indeed bar IL DUI>LJ:.
forces had come to light full of over their various room At 9JO the detail of veterans While forever like Columbus o'er Truth's unfathomed mainIt little oaranl 0

turning power in the Old World. In U expected' to arrive. It U to b*met al pilots to the hidden isles a grander realm to gain. could haTe ,EDNA DEAN PROCTOR.
the entrance of the yard by the color guard of
the New World they were td work together what is the noblest when one.ailing c
pupil,escorted with dignity to the bnildfog Ah a mighty trust ours ever sung,
with a mighty harmony.It and presented to the principal. The principal To keep this Banner spotless its kindred stars among! She Wrote the Ode for the CoUmba

was for Columbus, propelled by this then flit the signal and the several teacher Our fleets throng the oceans-our forts the headlands crown- incr& Day Celebration.
fresh life to reveal the land where these conduct their pupil to the yard to drumbeator may of II Miss Edna Dean Proctor, the descendt -
Our mines their treasures lavish for mid and mart and town-
other music and arrange them In hollow
new forces were to be given for de tolehis of a highly honored New Englandamily
space square about the flag the veteran and color Rich fields and flocks and busy looms bring plenty, far and wide-
velopment and where the awaited Mai guard taking pieces br the flag Itself. The waa born at Henniker,N. H. la
of the new civilization was to be made. master of ceremonies then give the command. And statelier temples deck the land than Rome' or Athens' pride- Iy life she became a contributor tot

Today we reach our moet memorable "Attention and begin the exercises br read. Ahd science dare the mysteries of'earth and wave and sky- is literary publications and pub-

milestone. We look backward. and we Lug proclamation. Till none with ns in splendor and strength abd skill can vie; one a volume of poems mostly p-
look forward. 1. READIXO OK: THE PRESIDENT'S: PBOOLAMATIOX. Yet should we reckon Liberty and Manhood less than these little which gave her a leading place

Backward we see the first mustering By the Master of Cere And slight the right of the humblest between our circling seas- tho-ma American poets After travel-

of modern ideas; their long conflict with monies.At Should we be false to our sacred past our fathers' God forgetting can tonsailing sively in the east she wrote "ATonrney"
Old World the close of the reading he announce y in a vivid picturesque
theories which were also | ,
-In accordance with this recommendation by This Banner would lose its luster our sun be nigh his setting
transported hither. We see stalwartmen wen 9, which has become a classic
the president of the United State, and a* a the the tiles their ebb and flow
and But the dawn will sooner forget east, wit
brave one'
women moment on alp of our devotion to onr country let the
the shore, then disappearing in dim forest flag of the nation be unfurled' abore this Than you forget our radiant Flag and its matchless gifts forego! ShonaMury

*. We hear the ax.V e see the school. Nay! you will keep it hiRh-advanced with ever brightening sway. -
Came of burning cabins and hear the cry 2. R.usI1CQr THI: FLAG. By the Veterans. The Banner whose light betokens the Lord's diviner day- I

of the savage. We see the never ceasing Leading the nations gloriously in Freedom's holy way! the

wagon trains always toiling westward.We As the flag reach the masthead the veto- No cloud on the field of azure-no stain on the rosy bars the I
behold cabins ran will lead the assemblage-in..Cheer loll
log .
becoming villages and Stars!
for"Old Glory'" God bless you Youths and Maidens as you guard the Stripes
then cities. We watch the growth of PRocronv drew twent)
DEAN
8. Sours: TO Till: FLAG. the EDNA
institutions out of little beginnings- By Pupils.At weight ot w !

schools becoming an educational system; a signal from the principal the pupil.IB the great :
ordered rank,hand to th*kid, face the flag. in
-CBfttug .houses leading into organic Another signal .. given; every pupil give the placed ,
Christianity; town meetings growing to Bag the military u.lut.--t h' hand lifted. 160,733deacripti k kA S
political movements; county discussions palm downward &0. line with the foreheadand age a _
developing federal governments. cloee to it. Standing thus all repeat together
slowly, "I pledge allegiance t* my flag
We with fill
see hardy men intense convictions a
and the republic for which it stands; one nation .
grappling, struggling, often indivisible, with liberty and Justice for "makes'that,
amid battle smoke, ana some laea characteristic all." At th. ._..v......_.. "to .. .U1V,,_ .rigpward .t iaj
of the New World always hand U extended mypalm s toward bya

triumphing. We re settlements knit-- the flag,and remain In this gesture till M.may, w&au-xss: f-d A..... glorloIan
th* end of the affirmation w ereupo.. an DAY.
ting together into a nation with single hand Immediately drop to the aide. They COLUMBUS of the locality and the most eloquent .
ness of purpose. We note the birth of tin standing. a* the instrument strike a Practical Sorgestlons. the Proper Obe rv of the declaimers among the swell r.snowy .

the modem system of Industry and commerce chord ttaofthe-all will dug"America"My country. ante ef the A..I1.e.7.October children- ay one from each school- A t t hen:

and its striking forth into might deliver addresses appropriate to Thp might
undreamed from
4. A ,, 21 will be a gala day
OWUDOXL er or Gon.
, of wealth, making the millions Prayeror the occasion. The topics of them I th eck of the She!
the United
of
members one of another as sentiment Scripture. one end 10 tbe Bother speeches will readily suggest themselves withoweight ig perceptibly 1

I could never bind. And nn<*er it all and. 6. Soxo or COLUXBCS DAT. By Pupil States, and it is but proper that but it must be borne in mind of Bo. She was a decke<] EDXA DBAS'er F.OCTOR, 1

through it all. we fasten on certain and Audience. should be so, for is it not Co- that anything relating to Columbus will eel, and wh the Spanish histor 4 later poems have been slowly pro-

1 I principles ever operating and regnantthe Air-"Lyons." iambus Day, and wiQ It not be more interesting'than anything else not deal in eYct measurements they are ducedrbut are everywhere held tobe masterpieces .
leadership of manhood; equal rights Columbia my land all ball th* glad day on such an occasion. The flag salute, so minute in details of her capacity that of art and among the strongest

. for every soul universal enlightenment When way first to thy strand Hop pointed the,II commemorate the discovery of a worM the ode and the patriotic songs should her sue is known. Captain Gnstavrn voices of patriotism in oar literatur.

as the source of progress. These" last Ball him who thrtf darkness first followed the which in the comparatively short time be executed by the children without a W. Fox. after very careful calculation. She lives much of the time in Boston

are the principles that have shaped Flame of four centuries has emerged from the hitch, and for this reason a great deal declares that her length was "63 feet and at Franuoghani, Alas
[America, these principles are the true That led where the Mayflower of Liberty came. blackness the forest and the ignorance of preliminary work will harv to be over all and 67 feet along her keel," Miss Prod jr was honored by the com

[Americanism Dear Country,the tar of the valiant and free of the savage into the blazing sun done by them.Upon'the with 20 feet beam and 10%feet in depth. mittee of the popular Columbus Day
We look forward. We are conscious Thy exile afar are dreaming of the. of prosperity and the noontide of intern. school teachers will devolvethe Her crew consisted of fifty seamen, and celebration soliciting her to write the '
Iwe are in a period of transition. Ideas No No air field breathe of the Earth *o enchantingly shine fence? greatest portion of this labor. Each in the list are found the names of one ode which in to be rendered in every locality

I in education, in political economy, in thin. such Incense such music a* Now that the official programme for teacher should at once, if it has not already Englishman and one Irishman. It ia of America on Oct 2L The lyrio

I social science are undergoing revisions. the uniform popular celebration of Columbus been done, present the matter of really a pity that this list is not certainly i* the result of months of labor, and

(There is a Urge uncertainty about the Jive Inmanlty'weloom horn*and! room thy sheltering to breast Day has been published, the the celebration of Columbus Day to ( authentic; it would be interesting tc will take permanent rank a* one of tL*

[outcome. But faith in the underlying 'al* children of Hanger at.r&ncenoppreu\L and Hatred and question of the participation by this his pupils, and it should be laid before know the name of the first Irish emi- foremost poems ever written on America.

[principles of Americanism and in God's Wrong community in the national exercises becomes the young people in such a manner that grant to America. This historic vessel
I destiny for the republic makes a firm rind life In thy freedom and Joy in thy soap a live issue. each will be anxious to contribute AS was wrecked on Christmas eve, 1492, on THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION.

I ground of hope. The coming century The fairest estate the lowly may bold It goes without saying that the peopleof much as possible to the success of the the coast of Blapaniola a calamity due H* Recommend the General Observance
I promises to be more than ever the age Thy poor may grow great thy feeble grow this locality will not be backward in affair. Enthusiasm is what is wanted to the gross carelessness of the sailing of Columbus Day es Oct. St.

I of the people-an age that shall develop For worth bold.U the watchword to noble degree evidencing their patriotism by an approiriate and needed, for without it failure must muter. Where, by a Joint rceotatkut, approver .
[a greater care for the rights of the And manhood U mighty where manhood fa celebration of the memorable result. Let each teacher select committees Small as she was, her consorts, the June rD. 1KB,It wa resolved by the senate and
[weak and make a more solid provision free. lay, and a few suggestions as to the on receptioa, on decorations on exercises Pinta and the Nina, were considerably house of representative of the United State
on printing, on smaller being barks called of America la congress ...mb1ed" "That the .
[for the development of each individual o union of State and union of *onll"by best method of executing this commendable newspapers mere caravels president of the United State be authorized
[by the education that meets his need. promise await,thy future nnM-1ft design may not be amiss a: arrangements and on finance. The without decks, unless the high and directed to issu a proclamation recommending
As no prophet among our fathers on ADd earth from her twilight 1*hailing th*son this time. principal must be actually if not nomInally prow and stern may be so called. Lathe. to the peopl. the observance In all
|the SOOth anniversary of America could That rises wbere people and ruler ar*one. In tfie first place it should be borne in the directing spirit of each com their localities of the 400th anniversary of the
THKBOH Baowx. mittee.At discovery of America. on the Slat of October,
*ve pictured what the new century mind that it is intended that the schoolchildren
6. TH ADDRESS 1883.by public demonstration and by suitable
(would do so no man can this day reach the Four "The Meaning of should be the principal participants the morning exercises at the schools exercise In their school and other place of
it and grasp the 100 yean upon which Centuries. in the exercises. The pupils>re the veterans should have charge of the assembly?*
e i nation is now entering.'. On the Tioou A declamation of th* special address pre. to be at their places in school at 9 flag and should also act aa guards of Mow therefore.I. Benjamin fiarriaon.preai
I
pared for the occasion by Th Tenth's Companion 7 dent of the United State of America In
panseance
honor to the school the
march
to the Y
i results of completed centuries o'clock as usual It is desirable that on of the aforesaid Joint reeolation. da

e i principles of Americanisn. will build 7. TIm ODJC. "Columbia'. Banner." business be entirely suspended so that reviewing stand. The peculiar appropriateness i hereby appoint Friday. Oct. XL 189!. the 400ta
fifth century. Its material progress the relatives of the pupils may .also of the veterans being the special anniversary of the discovery of America by
A reading of the poem written for the occasion 1I Colombo, a* a general holiday for the peopleof
patron of the school celebration i
|s beyond our conception, but we may by Edna Dean Proctor be present Printed programmes should apparent the United 3tat .. On that day let the people .
sure that in the social relations of Hereahonld follow whatever additional exercise I be provided when possible and the exercises Money and the active cooperation I so far a*poasibl cssi from toll and d*.
en with men the most triumphant *. patriot recitations historic representation : will of course be subject to the of the citizens at large are absolutely I rot' themselves to such exercise a*may best
*or chorals may be desired. to the of the celebration honor to the discoverer and their appreciation
[rains are to be expected. America' Imitations of the scholars but every necessary success I ezpreea
& ADDRESSES BY Cmrurs aim NATIONAL should and these should and of the great achievement d th.
ourth i century has been glorious;Amer thing which may be done tend probablywill four completed eenturie of American life.
ica's fifth century must be made happy. Soxo to the central ideas of Columbus be promptly forthcoming.Only --.t. Columbus steed In hta age a* the pioneer. ef
One institution more than another has ooJOaT' achievement' and the remarkable progress the general outlines of exercise progress and enlightenment. The syvUm 6f
ht out the achievement of the 'EE. of the country under the impetus of suggested in the official programme are universal education 1* in oar are the mart

a.n4" today roost trusted for the Francis The Youth's Bellamy chairman representing education. Appropriate patriotic decorations here given. These may be enlarged or THE KHXXAJCDOAH enlightenment prominent and salutary and tt 1*peculiarly feature of the appropriate spirit of

tore. Our fathers in their wisdom Companion Baton are necessary, and allegorical contracted to conform to the wiahe and that th*school be mAde by the people th*.entor .
new that the foundations of liberty John W. Dickinson, secretary of tie tableau will add greatly to the electiveness possibilities of the celebrant. center such a vessel was absolutely open ef the darn deon nation. Let the national ..
and equality must naives lasaachuMtta board of education. and enjoyment of the exercises. and in no respect superior to the fishing flag float over every school house U the
ten ilty Thomas B. StockweH commission I craft and other light casting vessels of country and tit*exerei* be snob aahaU tan-
education The free school therei Music k also desirable. Th* WU .r Oetubse PAM upon... yonta the patriot datie* e/
of Rhode Island today. That men should have been
pubHo schools. :
coneerred the cornerstone ofrepubUc. In the: afternoon comet the citizens' What American eitiseaahia.
i was about Mr Columbus She
Washington and Jeffer- W. B. Garrett superintendent public celebration, tat, as in the scorning exercises ought to figure somehow ia the celebration I willing to dare the passage of the In the ehureh**and tat the other places ofassembly
instruction of Atlantic in such craft gives
Tennessee stormy as a of tt a people let then befit expression
the education of the school children should take
that
recognized Ferris s.Fitch superintendent of although there i* no picture of her high idea of their courage, and as a raUh4e IG divine ProrUenee for the ..
is not the prerogative of church i lie instruction of pub- the most prominent past Of course in extant. She was a KiM Paleetrello. of ,matter of fact only Columbus Las Toni faith *f th*dlacoTtrer.and for the divine
of"other private interest; that while Jr1IchipD. the country districts this will not be the Lisbon, and became the wife of Columbus Cuss the Pinzons and two or three ear and guidance which have directed our history -
to the and the afternoon should be devoted nd eo abundantly bleeeed our IJeOPIe.Ia
i training belongs church ease in 1470. Her father wa navigator
,
and culture A,, Forpttea CJ m... M*..... *. to for the yonngpeople aDd other mad enthusiasts were willing. testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
while technical higher games and from old Palestrello'chart Colombo The crew consisted chiefly of desperate hand and rued the seal.f the.United Stave
y be given by private institutions, It is a mistake to suppose that there social gatherings for their elders t o.b got' his ant idea about a western. characters compelled to take the trip. tobeaAxed.DonatthcityofWAUngtooUlatday. V
e i trataing of rftisens in the commonbdge was up to a abort tim. ago no monument very house should be decorated with passage lathe Indies. '...
and the common duties of to Columbus in the United .. the national colors. In the towns the Many were released from prison to go .*July.fa the year of ear Lero4 eo. thousand
Md some had been condemned to death eight hundred and ninety-two and of the In- '
ttizenship belongs irrevocably to the There is a monumental shaft in Balti afternoon should be devoted to some sort opendene f the United State the hundred
Capitola Cook Stoves lake cad Toluntered as a bare chaace for life.Our ODe
;
te. more. It is obscurely placed and is inscribed of formal celebration: in which all of and seventeenth.
astonishment is but
sdtilted
sUffhtiy
| We therefore on this anniversary of "Chris. Columbus." It dates the civic and Military crfu&aMonsshould setkr, last longer, and give when we read that Columbus did-
fdca present the public school as from 1794. It was erected by&e French invited to participate.
not ask (or Urge vessels, for there
i proudest 'estion of the principleenlichtBB consul general De .Lo.a..ovwbo,with A review of school children after they st&r satisfaction than any many Is the Swaakh ports lager were than
.*nt which Columbus some hundred or -aore Trench ofioers have reached the reviewing stand and
these. He ftraly bettered that the
and soldiers remaJsed in BaMbnore saluted the win add ch other make at
I by faith. We uplift the systemfree flag B to taM would '
oe chart t
and universal education: as the after the end of the Revolutionary war. life and color": of the scesa. A mass CFIR. comparatively .y the President JOHN'W.rOSTXB." Seer

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i motionless, half turned in, saddle hia Brief time It took to raise the 4avertnghorse l' ,. !
lift the
his rider's and
from leg
left hand firmly feeling the bit. e. <

." Ills ruse had told. lie ha{draWn ,off boy pale with pain to his feet. r i '. \
; Walt bill I think that .
: pursuit from the git'lt'ahd even then his -Easy, boys! a t

trained ear caught the beat of Slater's left leg's goner he said with, a catchin "
breath. Ah-h That'sbetter I '
his "U-hgh
hoofs the hard road behind.
upon She
REGULATE THE
his I :
"Mister Yank. And' he put
had gained the trail and a quarter,of a foot tried to : STOMACH, UYER AND ]
mile tart! Now. for himself; far the gingerly on the ground. All>> BOWELS.

: foremost federal. was within tenty'1 rest upon it, then leaned heavily On the :I :. PURIFY THE BLOOD. .
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-, v.. stalwart sergeant.
; "-' foe. : A IELUBLC REMEDY FOR
"
: "Who are you? the officer asked. : I..........BD'.u ----HsLde.cT

"A confederate: soldier Evan replied. -.Di a.M...a...I. Liver'1'........
"Scouting?" I e cut.... BM c_.)...... Dynie.r",
"No: on leave" the other answered. .w...... Eeeatk, ... all........,tl.

quickly. his shrewdness returning as ::: s... t..d.o tkisesly. kJniea.yIs.

e..alq.aet PI..nt,
decreased. areas
pain suly
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CHAPTKKIL plainly heard now, a dozen horses trotting to a farm below with a lady.-had no :...e...................
A BACB roR rmErooM.That's f slowly towards them, a dozen notion any Yanks were across the rircr."

a soldier and a gentleman. sabers jingling merrily against their "You fired on us." the officer said,
I
Cousin Caro,* Evan &said as they spun flanks. "Listen, and remember.; '!f r Y sternly. --... R. W. & W. M. DAVIS
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hasn't he?
along. "Good taste, too; ,
they see n*,cut straight through these "Bet I di.-ln't.-hit. your the boy retorted **
Ton my word he seemed hard hit: and woods for the trail they're<<" on now. with a grin half of pain and half i Moujrr AJTO CECiraxHiM, BEBOZAST. AT ORNEYS ATtA

in the dark too!" And the lighthearted Follow it straight south till you strikes of fun trying to gain time for Carolyn -

fellow laughed u though war rock fence; jump that, and you're In Clay and listening eagerly for any sound But the quick woman's wit caughtthe Hickman-Kenneriy Block, Lemon StPalatka
were not and enemies were rear of only southward fact of her cousin's capture, and his
an old field where Blazer can distanceany Fla.E.E.HASKELI. ea.
In the fairy tales cue at the same time; and she folded
cavalry horse any Yank owns. If I "Dismounted Corporal Riley sir,
Dont b*a goose Evan MU s Gay lose yon in the dark woods, ride to the the sergeant reported to his oficert hand I her arms quietly, remaining silent

retorted half amused in spite of her nigger's hut across the field and turn to cap. I "Very well, madam," the major said ;

anxiety. "And don't make\ each a nolxe.Vhat Blazer loose. Tell laham the old nig- r That's enD, major Evan retorted "I will send you to headquarters with

"\ a boy yon are! Do yon know"she ger. Mane Evan said to ,hide you all quickly. "You dismounted me. May I your'cousin' there, and let you discuss L..A."VV ER
._ :
added, aerion'ly, "I am really worried day and be sure to get'you to the Ferry _, a. ask one favor, sir? My horse and I are military ethics with the general Capt.

about1.h1a'aewa? If Gen. Jeb had at night You understand old comrades," he added, with a little Granger, detail one man of your squadto

in Oh Evan should I "I do tremor in the voice "Will let the guard this lady. Corporal Doyle,report rOrneaSecond
only been camp -perfectly, the girl replied "rcu. Uri THE orricTB ClUE!'. sn>- you .cree:. opposite Omit H<*<
tries that boat to-night, Fairfax may die still quietly. "You mean to fight them DESLY.n sergeant put him out of pai j?-No! not with both prisoners to prorost- PALATKA I''Gnu1'sBEA.TTY'

before I can get ore and back! And off while I run." ..u..t.r UM that!" He quickly threw up the carbine marshal at headquarters: the fires will "
rjr p---
poor mother! You know how worn and All this was quickly spoken in whispers betwixt' a groan and a roar, and the the sergeant leveled at signal guide you to. the river bank. Captain ---

nervous she is with nursing and anxiety. but clearly distinct on either side. Yankee's horse plunged forward to his from the major.. "There's one ball left a word"And

Should she chance to hear of Yankees The approaching horses had turned into knees rolling his rider In the snow A In my pistol; and I think poor old Je'h BOOn Evan Fauntleroy and hL : $

on the road her fears would conjure up the sandy road, trotting east towards touch of the spur, a shake of the bit, would rather go that way." cousin were again riding side by side,

capture, prison-worse-1-or mer them not one hundred yard away. For and Evans black-well trained to that The stout-hearted scout turned hi merrily, hopefully no longer but he In CELEBHATCDPianos :

Why' cot, what's the use of borrowIng an instant Evan was silent He 'had kind of work-was dashing southwardat face aside and the rough sleeve passed physical pain and in greater mental

trouble? See that fork away to combated Carolyn Clays will before, half-speed skimming tree-trunks swiftly across his eyelids<< as the federal distress for her, she with goldcrownedhead and Organs.

the left? That is but three miles to'the and knew its strength Then he whispered trooper sent the last confederate bullet drooped upon her breast and tears

Ferry;' and the hones are as fresh into the black's brain. of mingled mortification and despair Toe Catalogues sddrss.,
desperately! close but choosing safest
"Are badly hurt?" the oCkvrasked. forcing their way. between the long,
si1Tst They're on us! Promise me, Carol ray wholly \1ngui ed. while urged ever you curved lashes. DANIEL F. BEATTY Walnn-.N.,
is that glow over by the river by and roice. .
spur
Remember mother! Remember
to the right? No there lisA Clay your On the "Past walking Evan replied, with [TO BE CONTIM7EP.: ]
Fsirfaat It lathe .tdg chance. Prom.v.r came pursuers, strung out *WEAK, >EttVOCS DE.
broke in, pointing impatiently. .. > B through the Jim woods, handicapped by quick-repressed grunt tf pain, as he ....T1D.!: who la folly tad
A faint, pinkish haze showed dimly krss heavier mounts and Ignorance of the again tried to bear weight on his left BOYS. HERE'SYOUR CHANCE ME '* bate trilled away their
choke in the that ENiVTbo
a whisper BODY, Hl.ND and MAX'
"
the whirling snowflakes foot. 'o bones broken I but
through guess; .a
after ..
the ,
ca Iktojilm: way yet gallantly pressing Au Opportunity: to Secure flood B..I. causing terribfo dnbw
ateamy glow rather than a light. The flying enemy-not. knowing if he were pretty bad wrench. Edaestlo for Nothtaff-Wbo the well lute, Hesdacle,
scout gazed steadily in the direction: I dozen. "Take him behind yon Dowd." the Backaebe.Dreadful Ureams, woryPlmples of Mn*.
th hung orer that one or a Takes Adraat.aceTThere npou the face and an UM effect*
awhile, then answered placidly: major ordered.Te're wasting time.
Side aide the Now and again the' carbines rang, in Put. leading to early decay CODlluml.tioD or laMattjr.
".Northern lights maybe; but I'm no by more than one chip of bark flying near And two stout pairs of arms raised the is many a young man Bead for BOOK o. I.JFIled)fre, with

dab at astronomy. Seems pretty low, southern and girl the scout's head and one bullet whistling captive, not ungently, and placed him nam County today who, if possessed particular of OIL a lAKKk.B.home ewes 940 So X Ci,Cherry:as Xu PAT

though. Perhaps there's brush afire in eye n the rein.ear close by his ear. Hut it was racing on the crop of the Irishman' horse. of the advantage of an education,would my* NuhTtUe,Tess.

that bottom. aim Sergeant, send him back to head- shrewd business but
heirsidesward and the wood was darker than mate very men;
"It is a fire," the girl replied. "See'I IIt Detail to him WEN who bar HeatoeaM,
without; so Evan stuck to the shelter quarters. Riley guard the close financial circum-
expands and falls. Evan, can it be I he the major ordered, wheeling his horse. exceedingly Htekacbe*. ettraclM, 8caaty,
before
long as might striking out
dan- I'rotua. and fainter MewtnwUon
have :
stances in which probablybeen S CK
they
campfire | into the woods trail. He was gaining "An Infantry support, Paddy," whispered *. Iw.rnlers and fftiplaetntenr -
till
"Not much! he answered ligbtJX. on the federals, too; and fainter beat of Evan, as he gripped the Irish placed occasioned by the low ttr,>rao'."uf.n.the."...Womb_...l sad &xnal
p
"We're way beyond our lines; an hoofs In front, and fainter still, told man's waist price for which their fruit sold a short should Mod for toOMVH HouK OF Lire,

surely no Yanks could camp so :n Utrot. him that Carolyn Clay was past pursuitwas "Hark what's that?" muttered the crop or some other good reason,.they (seated' ), free, with |*rtl<.ours fur bum cue.So .
I ( ['at: No TAT
them without our scouts' knowlfjBy safe at last! federal officer, suddenly checking his unable to share the same advan- Scientific CIUa"dott'ofttl. nllmited tip.

Jove, Cousin Caro, I really Into the road he dashed; into the road horse and turning in saddle to listen. are I'rivDce. Cartful Diaffixvi and Honest Sepiaeestatlons

the legion man has made you i n 'lentider Ire soon strung the pursuit; and with a "Platoon By right and left-a* ikirmihert : tage those more fortunate. are the C._w.ret.FARKKR of oar "' ceM.M, P, Address -

"Caution and nervousness roundtwo yell and touch of both spurs the scout -MABCH!r" With these facts in consideration, together Ht}. M' (.Cherry'ssshvlhle,Tewi._

akin .. aa older soldier would raTe the black his head and raced. for An Instant more, the road was clear, with the earnest desire 'to increase -

Miss Clay retorted rather co'] freedom. the skirting woods on either hand con- ,
the circulation of THE TIMES DEFORMITIES !
hare too much at stake to riskjfer Then straight ahead out'a distant cealing the little force and each man's
I can aroid. Oh Eran, rang carbine at to double the circulation of any weekly Hair Cnrratureof tbe'pUIe.
shot-a pistol, his trained ear told a "ready. CTOM Eyes, Lip
to Baltimore to-morrowP eye paper In Florida, we have decided to I Club last Hip Joint bine*= *. and all Deformt-
For from southward plainly
Evan and
his
heart for now
lead ,
in ; grew as tie of tie Hands, Arm, Leg and Feet,radically
"And so you shrfl, my dear,] he knew the federal had used the ear sounded hoofs, at rapid trot; and soon make the following proposition: cured.

girlr the boy answered, coup. galltear a of bine. The girl had met some check- the jingle of accoutrement told of car To the boy (over fourteen years of DISFIQUBEMENTS.

"See that open hilltop just was fighting her way through! airy adraneing. In rear of the last the number of
age) sending us iargert
From that.we strike thelast for J Clinching his teeth and bending far trooper, Evan listened with' bated Superfluous Hair Win Mark*. Xoto. std

trail-good road and a short i over the neck of his foaming, steed, breath. subscribers to THE TIMES at $1.00 per paiaMaaly. and perfectly _ed. Send. for

hill to 'the Ferry.' It cant !r obeyediSlently Fauntleroy drore both spurs cruelly Could they be rebs? Were they annum, we will give a complete course I Taluabl treatise on C.the W.auoT PARKER*. Address M.D..

past midnight; and old Pete h latheand to home, racing ahead heedless of bullets Yanks? Had Carolyn evaded them, through the Bamberg (S. C.) Business wytt- ado N.berry.; ,AMbrill T....

to wait till the very last whistling b,.every fiber of his brain friends or foes? Maimed, disarmed, the value of which $00.08. I

dares before dawn. Bnc.You've lonely strained to listen. No more shots-ao and closely watched by the surly man College, is ertet KEN from and
tot }}R9&EN D6.n any
lying The College is of the
been over this same sound of hoofs; only death's stillness who owed him a dismount, the chafing Bamberg one II eaa Mcvr* a

times*' therious ahead. But from behind the thud of eaptlre cpuld only listen and eoti jectsre. best in the South, and situated''in a valuable work on-their affliction (Mated)f re ,
of I and team bow they ran be cured at boo, by
I "And sever felt a shadow hoofs drew nearer,'spile of Increased And nearer the horsemen trotted merrily town famous for its health. writing DR.PARKER A CO..3tOlfC.uayl'r.,

before* she interrupted adding tnponhis ipeed nearer stilt Then wrenching through the snow-now falling Here is another proposition: The I KASBTIU.E.Tunf. Better writ to-day. delay
a sigh that would come: "It is 1 n and dark shadow I an dangerous Flew state your troubto and.
and he hearily- soon a boy sending us the second largest number bow long afflicted. mj
hare.much more at stake thj loomed up in dktance."Challenge .

before. But it is nearly ever ablyhad, sergeant whispered the' of subscribers at fl per year, will I

Godl" life major; and the trooper's knees turned receive a scholarship in short hand, I THE

The steaming horses breasted t tbravely 't his herM into the road, facing the,intruders stenography telegraphy regular business -I
and reached the trreMm.
open ere, : his carbine at dead sun. the Busi-
course through Georgia
slope led into a broad
easy road, now well away carpeted with t fli'ssaf ID- ; "Halts Who goes there ness j College one of the finest in, that
? life, for he main w/ "Friendsl With the C01111tendgn.-1 &oainse MillThe
wool. Just at its foot a Daft"Ow'be4 d State situated in that thriving city
.sght, or fly, bu -Id-,., came the answer. "Is Maj. Conyen :
trees stretched to the left,lea
.. away Macon. This school has produced
his there, Serge Greer?
the black river plainly risible from thl dependent open cool-
"I am here, Capt. Granger," the officer more shrewd men than almost any
bold bluffs to the right, and throng ,
ly taking u.Woied to theachlfig answered riding out to his sub. other in u
those trees cut a narrow road, dark and ages* I Gocrgfa. 1 y/
broader brain of the co derate-the altern. "What brings your scout on Now have submitted these
dismal through the glean bf I boys, we
officer trotted by; ;slowly one pair of riders : this trail? You were to take the lower
the snow haze now scarce leea"lJchtthan propositions, and It remains with you
-another-another-until his nerrous -I hour road" he added ia lower roice.
day."There tension could refrain from sir" the to do the rest. If.you don't strike
heard
Ellis' fork just one mile to scarce e "We firing hearaway ,

the landing! cried the 'scout* as they giving one redhot.rebel yell" and younger soldier replied, in the same Bamberg Macon is nearer home. Try

raced at speed down the sandy slope dashing out upon them. _a tone. "And besides we had a chase it.aa cost you nothing, and maybe the

and nearly up to the bisecting trail Then the seeming endless agony was -- after the best piece of horseflesh and result will be what yon have wanted a
over the last riders had passed of womanhood I hare
disappeared
pluckiest piece
the hoofbeats ringing no longer, but long time, and what everybody needsan
thudding dull on the dampened sand. and were ascending the hill beyond : q It struck In rebeldom. She cut my shoulder education.The I
the hidden watchers; and not a strap with bullet in reply to challenge
Suddenly with one Impulse both riders ; cash must of course
,accompany
;;o.
had that ostrich of and led
scout- _
suspicion a then took to corer us ,
wrenched their hones'mouths so all names under this proposition when
commander that his had been the woods like born fox I
prey so through a
fiercely as to bring them almost to their we will acknowledge ,eceipt.
and-mlasedl! "
haunches. Then both sat like statues, near hunter. I' The contest will begin at once, and
their necks strained forward ears bent Then the southern woman-like all : FBOM BEHIXD: THI THUD Or HOOFS "And you let a woman escape you? end Decembe 31 of the present year-
her sisters, forgetful of danger of self The old voice dry.
major's was
eagerly towards the woods road just QKKW SrtAKER. very I astin; a little over three months.
of all save her lore's labor-whispered:: "Not finally, sir. Her horse pumped I
For further information address the
kticad. In the dead stillness, the deep
himself round the flying rebel
"Thank God! make the saw a
we can Ferry"now. he must hare been overridden we
of the hones publishers McKEXziE & BURTZ.
breathing steaming was horseman far in lead I ,
.** single charging hemmed her in at last Sergt.Flynn Hghlest,strongest, most durable,
the only sound, saTe, to them, t.hequ1ck down him and the stride of the hag been built and for
And in answer, clear and shrill and on ; great "ne added, louder, "advance with your CONSUMPTION CUBEI in constant use
beating of their own hearts. horse warned him that his own underfed has ttooU the of is
loud from the road beyond echoed the years, test time
An old
prisoner. I physician retired from -
I So, for seconds that seemed ages beast must lose in that orermatch. prac.tice.having suitable for ala classes of work. Ask
neigh of horse and Eran's
Then the scout whispered low, aa a ; ere quick And Carolyn. Clay's horse was led to had placed in his hands by
More than before he braced for illustrated
carefully
matter deterptionof
. hand could clinch his reared muzzle then giving
the front the girl sitting erect in sad an East India missionary the formulaof
though in answer to a question: ,
himself by his knees taking steady aim our wheel made with mailable
>aD had answered full and strong. dle but and with an ugly a similar vegetable for the
remedy
"Yes hoofsl! Sshlank! of sabers quiet, pale
; the shadow behind iron felloes and
at on-rushing justas strongest lightest
No time to lose now! One chance, and
fleam in her blue-gray speedy permanent cure of Con
Quick into the trees! Quick Go eyes.
a red flash gleamed out from It. wheel in the trade.
and !
softly. "Quick only!one the woods road! Remember His turning had Bared the scout,for he "Who are yon, madam-or miss I sumption, Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma We build all sizes of both power and
: and all Throat and
Affections
Both horses were turned simultaneously presume? Maj. Conyen asked,saluting Lang
Wind Mill
felt the wind of the bullet whizzing by pumping mills general supplies
south,-the stone fence-old Itham! also a positive and radical for Nervous -
cure
into the screen of trees, wen back Quick! Fairfax!" but he heard too that rasping, indescribable courteously."A of all kind Tank work ot every
foryourselfl-forlittle Complaints
and
from the gleam of the open road; and Virginian. A lady causelessly Debility all Nervous kind Goods fully
And in echo from the road sound 'of lead crashing into a specialtr. are guar
came : after having tested its wonderful -
Evan Fauntleroy. placing himself between chased and arrested while riding quietly anteed.
"Halt! Right about! Forward.- flesh!One lurch,and the black wagon his curative in thousands of
the girl and the approaching homeward the girl answered de powers Will farmers and others wholesale -
Trot! MAmnt"Instantly knees, rolling over ao quickly as to pin cases, has felt it his duty to make it givo
sounds, leaned from his saddle,straightened fian tlr. where hare
hia rider's leg beneath him. On aped we no agents.
the
girl wheeled her hone known to his fellows. Ac-
her bridle, felt the roan's bit. and ladies to choose Buffering Send for Illustrated]
our
large
seem
the followed close by others; "Virginia 72-paze
trotting rapidly between trees for the pursuer tuated by this motive and a desire to
gently stroked his great neck Then he narrow road the reversed scouting- and the reb-with 1.teeth set from pain strange hours for quiet rides the old relieve human suffering I will send Catalogue and mention this paper.

rose in his stirrup, stretching. the cold- party moving fast towards them, and rags-rested his'pictol on his bridle major retorted rather grimly. "Will free of charge, to all who, desire it, Address all correspondence to the
cramp out of his legs braced himself arm and waited to 'make his last shot you give me your name occupation and
guided by the neigh Once she turned, this recipe In German French or English -
afresh in the saddle and tested the if I ?"
crying: cure-telling; residence upon honor, parole yon with full directions for preparingand STEAENS ifANTJFACTTRiyG CO.

chamber the big revolve drawn from "Come EnD,you promised "Cease firing rang out In clear command "I demand to be released unconditionally using,. Sent by mail by addressing I-tf ConnersTille, Iod.,t", S. A|
his bolster. and the trained troopers fen and permitted to proceed to my ...
And.the boy answered, cheerily: ;; with stamp, naming this paper.W. .
The tramp of hoofs was now plainly into twos, aa they rode up behind their home," Miss Clay answered, haughtily.
"Go ont Fatter-for Fairfax's sake! A. NOYM 8-20 Powers rock,
beard cut the clank of saben-- ;I. :L.: Ixircell.ATTORNEY
by
per I'm coming,"adding through his offices > "Do you, Yankee soldiers confess that RothtittT, 2T. Y. ; ..
haps five or six-perhaps a scores Bran's the latter southern ?" I..
elinchcd teeth: "when Pre held 'them CaTered by pistol, yon war upon: women

'"Caralryr! scout whispered to the back. long enough to ATe rode on alone to certain"death, his own "Perhaps; when southern women
yon .
girt "Probably our scouts; possibly The thunder of close hoofs was opposite revolver silent in. his.hand. For, with shoot at us in their jocular way," the FREDERICK ,IMCLAY

the scout the federals at his brutal finj of battle hot in his blood, veteran replied. "But we waste time Lad Cou4 Il.r at Law oppose*the C*
; ; now a
lie hesitated only a second; but. she skirmishers the scout steadied his aim and pressed madam. Will.J'01l..er 'my question HvmM.arl .
charge strung out as along
calmly finished for him: his finger slowly on the 'trigger whensuddenly ?" t prsetiee la aU Conrt fALATKJFLA.
"ATeriirs. If !"* the road 'to hem in their unseen foe. PrtI Ha PaJRt f laa-t
so, hlehwaj he grew dizzy from pain and
Hlthout
e'YfD' a glance he knew that demand
-If they're Yanks they an feelingfor fell back-helpless. The next instant the
their carbines were unshmtf, and the
our pickets, Eon whispered back. pursuit was on him and he was covered ant," was the firm response."Noncombatants .
least sound would

We"They'll can cut through east,orer the the woods road we road came.and him out of toddle.bring From a volley the vantage to drop 6y the officer's and pistc>1. do not shoot in" reply ,and ;\m Hi [Be.PALATKA i 1

them in the bottom--" darkness of his covert he saw the first "Dismount secure him.sergeantjrthe to challenge on lonely roads, the

dodge four dash by. straight for the little federal ordered quietly. : "Do you major retorted rather impatiently. FCA. I
"No! If they us, straight for the
pass trill for which the girl was rnk"g.too. surrender "W&you answer or not? What 1a your Orders received at Central Hotel
'FenyrThe girl's whisper was calm "
,i "I can do nothing else, Evan answered
.but its clear, bell-like ring carried command ,sullenly quickly adding, in his name, and what were yon doing hereabout jvl-tf Caveats;sad Trad.ltaka.btai..e.and aU Pat-
Than cane theofi cr. In fun career; with' cavalry soldier eat buihiM conducted for H__t. FM*.
be a
to
not gainsaid. own "And if want a lire (tar Office Is
rein: 'you Opposite U.S.Paten eon
ad Evan
!: "'The Ferry; then if they pass ws," quickly: wheeling his horse let some o2 you blue-coated **I told you'ma fort That's my cousin Keen and w*eaa tervr* patent U1...ti-than dose
,, sermon
turned b the saddle and fired at the capture '" BRIGHT tenor.Dr n wsshinstos.
the man replied, adding quietly: "Put fly- lift this good friend of mine from the farm, Era began, only to be bead .
( abattoirs 'gentlemen BMMfcL drawing boCe wob e> erlp.
np that thing" lie noted the motion rag without-.-oace. twice-astbty Off leg." cut off by the sergeant's stern call:: current comment Strong tics W*advt.., paMMaM or nut,Dee Of <

ot her hand testing the chamber of.a. tcra* into. riew. Then '''came' a 1 The my and another wen already : "Silence-in ranks! Riley fuard your 'discussion of great sub chavgeOar fee not da*till f beset I..er.nd.
sergeant A PasnfcM.Bow t. Ottaia'Patent."
halt a rash of with
quick-changed hoofs and "
:is: ; t "
and the of white skin -
plstol, by gleam beside him the formerdeftly same*saW elleat ta your Slat*,c.at7.orC.A..OW..CO.
the crisp taiga of the trees about him jects. Sample copy r-ee. .
he"'dimIJ"law. too that she had drawn wrenchinz the oistol ,from Id.'trrsla. .f. ; tows seas fre* Address

the gauntlet from her pistol hand. hurtled amend his ears; as six carbines ", The Orktka ,

"Put that up I say. It they be Yanks, simultaneously spoke that their corey -. r.::..."-,. \ \. Na.York. .
WAS flushed. Through the_snordlmmed I ". waseeis ...... ..tWiiHns4iB.fX Lr
Listen
this is a case of ran, not fight ;
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THE GARRU.I' i A LeoB of Patt of ,. SCHOOL BOOKS FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUTNAM

I' ?*fc"sheets-nil m a row, The national observance of Columbus CONSTIPATION : COUNTY, FLA. J

cb October the chool
St. by public
duet and worn oy time, 4 C 1". Devertiu 1 Bin to change.va. .
a. d and filled long ago promise to be one of the most *igraS- and otrwrbowel L Separate Lnac .

f Jfm now In their prime. cant events in ,.hIs Colombian year complaint : afro Betuec. Uayeaandher 1 t of Married Wo-
husband N. LMayea. j ,man.
key/ hung side bj side, Unlike many great public demonstrations. cured and And School SuppliesAT It appearing br affidavit of complain that
preventedby
\.::' ,,. ed ribbons brave and gty, It aims to'teach a great national tM deiendanu are non resident of the State of
?*"* there I Florida and reside In UM city of Chattanooga. ..:
I
childish pri&ej
with
'". tatson.' It will not be merely an exalt the promptAyPs ... I HaaUto County SUM of leancMee, and that
j silo oo a rainy day. the both the defendant to twenty-one
\ ation over the completion of four hun "areandf'
: "." ;
tIt41e each Hd dred year of American life but H .. therefor ordered that the defendant,. .
tames one on Mr*. Be itie C. Mares and her husband, X. L '.
I lamed: by a boyish hand. will bring to the minds of all thonjrhv- Cathartic Pills Book 'Store Maye.do appear to the bill of eo.plaID a on tb

.sedeneath those little vide fat citizens what this northern continent Cochrane's : the rule 7th day in November of A.D.189A tM cam being .
day Mid mouthotberwiiw decree
ories c! the happy ban'L owes to free education. Dr. Harris They pro conf Mo will be entered aninut them.

,We W new playing: here and pausing oft United States commissioner of education regulate the liver New Location! New Goods I Lowest Prices I Ii It*I.*ones further a week ordered for fuuCloUeC1aUft that this unties b* jmb"fn to- .

m; the sweet refrain, says this movement is the greaV the l' UU* Weekly Time, a newspaper pub- j
t ante and went on the roof aloft, cleanse. the stomach Uhed IB said Couty and Clrcnit.
"
r Ita;the falling! summer rain.eg est thing In the entire educational horizon. Our 5c. Tablet Can't be Beat. Done tai September, A. D.: tS9!. 1
Other prominent educators and and greatly' assist FRANK WRIGHT.Clerk.
(1E.U.l
}, BYD.LKIRBYD.C.R .
)'>> ft" on the first lid, smooth and eminent statesmen have advanced opin- digestion. I' SPECIAL PRICES TO TKACHEBS. We have a New Stock; of BOOKS I Ji:. ,t;, ... Size.Complainan& 8oUeUol' _

(*fr; ions qf like Import. There seems to bea 'STATION EUVr fcc., and will be glad to hate the pwple of Putnam County ..i

1 I look in with loving care, friendly feeling toward the movementin Dr. J. C. Ayer & Ce. call and see our stock. Notice to Debtors and Creditors

J/w folded here with luYing care, all quarters. This is perhaps not at Every Dose Effective.' Through our largo ,'\ rthern House we have a great advantage in buying,

A goodly treasure lies. all remarkable, as it pertains to the and will give our wholesale and retail customers the benefit. r 1 oTlCE IS HEREBY GIVES fOR ALL .J
TIle record of life, persons having? claims against the estate of >
peaceful
a PROMPTLY ATTENEI Respectfully I.S |I.
Gifts and girl public school the most representative ORDERS BY MAIL : Martha A. Mc.shane, deceased late of Putnam 1
to child
geutle County >lorirta, to prevent the -
same duly an.
A bridal gown lines to A wife institution. Congressman Durborow. of County and City Directory. I thenOcated, within the time prescribed by law

A tiny shoe, a baby curl. Chicago said a few days ago: "I like ORA TOM WETMORE & CO.| I or person this indebted notice will to. aid M pleaded estate will In bar make. and pay all .1.

Y the idea of having the schools of America v ment to WH. H.JlcSHA. E. _a

Xo toys in this tint chest remain, celebrate the four hundredth anniversary COCXTY OFFICERS: LOUISE MCSHAMC.8AK .

For all are carried away, of the Columbian discovery; f Jades Criminal Court of Record: -.IrrvofCounty Lemon Street, next door to AcKerman & Stewart's DrugStore, Palatka, Fla. ilATEO' ,FLA.g pt. Mtk.iasr.eelSlw Exf'CUton. r';.>:

In their old age, to join again GUU; Lq. '
liked it when I first read it in the _:
t or another small Meg's play. Solicitor-Jowpb 1I.8p&rorL
Ah! happy mother, well I know, papers, and the more I think of it the Oerk-J. X. BlacVmelL NOTICE.One

Yon near like a sweet refrain, more strongly I am impressed with Its Jsdge County Co m-Jneph E. Baldwin EKJ ..... ",:r.i': 1, 11!! I .

Lullabies ever soft and low, peculiar fitness. You see, the discovery; County CommiMioners C. Btttler, Cluir Hundred Dollars will be '
man; T:N. Gautier, L. V. Morgan, H. 8.; Mtn- paid
In the falling summer rain. of America stands for the triumph of for information furnished us with the s !
ton W. R. Bowen. The Board meets the tint ,
the scientific theory. Columbus knew Tuesday each month proof to convict the parties, when eacb.
.
"Dear Polly' the dust ie always swept nothing of this continent; he did not Clerk Circuit Court-Frank Wright conviction shall be had, of any parties .... I

From the lid that bean your name, expect to be interrupted on his voyage, Sheriff-Jam IL Shelley. who may be found trespassing on the 6
As if by loving that. wept. in 11;
eyes to India by anything serious across his County Collector-Frank IL Blanchard, land Putnam County known as the .
By careful hands, that often came, County Trea nrer_B. L U nuw. Rodman Grant, or of any person or
path but he had studied and thoughtand
Death canonized for uc one saint, County A oe or-W. )(. William. I persons, with toe proof to convict, I
Not less human than divine. had arrived at the conviction that when such
Supervisor of Uegi-tration-J. H.Merryday : conviction shall be had,
And still lie lay with tender plaint India could be reached by sailing to the BOARD OF PUBLIC IXSTRCCTION'. who shall be found cutting or carrying

Relics in this household shrine. west as well as toward the east His away any timber or wood from the said
F. D. Ackerman, Chainuan- John H.
Harp,
contemporaries scoffed at him as a John P.WalL Alex. place. G. T. & J. F. CASK, .
Straus
"Kat "worn on the next lid, scratched and dreamer, but he knew why he believed Superintendent Board: of Public Secretary.Interaction. Attorneys at Law, Savannah- Ga.epieim ,J

within\ and was willing to date to demonstrate A.Strauu. '
And a motley store, CITY OFFCERS.
his theory, no matter bow great the
books
Of broken and tattered
toys Mayor-Manln Griffin,Jr.
J80EPH' E.
dALDWIN
Of music loved but played no more;; danger. So the voyage of Columbus Aldermen: -Wm. R. DeWitt. President; S. J. ,

Ilalf writ poems, stones wild, was made in the name of enlightenmentand Kennedy, Wm. Ivan,O. VT. Ba eett, A. Ucina, \0 :-

April letters, warm and cold progress in spite of ignorance and P. A. trait, Joseph R. Dunn, Samuel Lyon, ATTORNEY-AT LAW. .

Diaries of a wilful child, conservatism. It Is this element in thediscovery Robert Rile,A. T. Capen, L L. PureeD,J. B. \ 0
Hints of a woman early old. LaRocae, George Foster. I ji
of America that to
appeals me PALATKA FLORIDA.
,
City auk and AMessor-Joceph Price. I f : .
most '
strongly.
Collector-M.W. Stewart.Treatnrer .
A woman in a lonely home, !! myS-tf
R.J.Adam.
-
Hearing like' a sweet refrain, The Maine Dialect.
Chief of
Police-John
Music as though from afar off home, Some would-be dialect writers represent Chief Fire Department W.II:).pn.E.Gay. T. Whom It MaT Concern.

In the falling summer rain. that the back-country people of BENEVOLENT AND OTHER 'SOCIETIES.MARONIC. I have determined to announce to my friends From this date we apooint Jesse E.

field Maine invariably supplement the vowel urtz our agent in Palatka. lie is au-

t pon Shows the a last legend lids both polished fair and ,true Mow with the sound of "a," as "eaow," Palatka Lodge Xo. 94. F. fit A MMeeU TUXHT ti purchase FINK. and ELEGAS lorized to collect any money due us,

A gallant knight bears on his child, "haouse." etc. As a matter of fact., Second sad Fourth Monday Nights ia the month and varied
..Alice," in letters gold and blue, this pronunciation originated among at T JO o'clock. NJ. any firs -class Merchant Tailor in the 8 Lowny & HCLSE.
TILGHJIAN. W.M, August 26, 1892-
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W'itbinthe woods that bound her hair, the Cape Cod folks It gradually spread M.L roD:, SecretaI)'. increase my business this fall, I have co -
Slippers that have danced their !last, eastward along the coast but it la by no DUCTION OF TWENTY PElt TEN -- -
Faded flowers laid by with care, Putnam Chapter,No.:9, R. A. IL-Meet* See.
Fans whose airy toils are past. means characteristic of the backwoods and and Fourth Monday Mgbta' opportunity may never occur again. CEC.
man's speech. The sailors of Isiesboro t J. HAYES,H.P. EDfl 1 li .

Gay valentines, all ardent flames, and Castine will refer to the starboard M. LOEB, Secretary. I TV. tmio.ilw. .." -

Trifles that have carne their part "baow" oftener than the dwellers of L-O.-0. r. -,ItU'I1JUlIf tl-u'u. ..t1OD,". -
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In girlish hoped, and tears, and shame, northern Penobscot will speak of the Irioneer Lodge, No.23, I.Ot O.F*-Jlleetl every ..tt kind' .jet-sod--h 1II.I1i1f, "t. .- ,' .I'.<.

The record of a maiden's heart. brindle "caow," and so on through the Tuesday Xight.' JOSEPH PRICE N.G. LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. l reed II 11I11'( il,,,. United u'. ,.* *

Sow bearing fairer, truer spells. list. The principal peculiarity of the R. C. BREYARD, Secretary. I" .' -,, Clwkiup Gooui: l'n".re and rnraiahiac, Uwwug to 4>J>L, Dress.ds'
Hearing like a blithe refrain PALATKA. F l, UutMi, (late, Cap.
Good
bite ry
back-country people's speech is cot in St. Johns Encampment 0. .
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The silver sound of bridal bells L 0. FMeet' 1I4'H (01o..eli hotwna: (01_....... fI
what they or how they it. but rery.WatckM.tiork/: SHverwar.
In the falling summer rain. say say every Second and Fourth Friday Night .
in how little theysay. The backwoodsman .f A S t e, WUlpa Arrtwltur Implera'' .i*, te.
JOSEPH PRICE,C. P. \FIRST CLAv* GOOUS. uualojcu sent
Four little chests, all in a row will whittle chew tobacco and W.H.SPECK, Scribe.KMGHTS"OF. Passenger S p\vi:5; cnu for manatsdnx re' ..re tII. i

Dim with age and worn by time, listen to others, saying nothing himself HONORl* ., ..... Br the i which bayer*elto tbs sit s uae discount i.ttr\f'fl at tae,

Four women taught by weal or woe, but at the same time like Paddy's owl, actarer ft*** to the wboiral. buyer. w.
To love and labor in their prime, harmony Lodge, Xo\ :2767-Meet* Fiat and L re an rood* a*'represented; If net foondVy
xJPpur sisters parted for an hour, When"keeping up a dlvil of a thinking." Third Wednesday of the month. W.. GEORGIA UUUIHLKi 13 IB rtfoBded.nYUee- ef Good rxamiaaifcwi sent by ttonn of J
.mJ.l.
be stirred he doesnt
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np say WALTER '
lost before W
Sot one only goue THOMAS, Dictator. A. In.
Lives, whose brave music long shall -B'jocks" or even "Gosh," but gives J. B. DONXELLY, Reporter.k. .: SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTe laQalncy wrwt, cbleaK,

rins, vent to square-toed and startling pro .
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Like spirit stirring.strains. fanity. 1OF P. c 1 *:"'-' w 'E WILL, PA'Y '.

Souls that We hope shall soar and sing, St.Johns Lodge Na 1, Lot Pletta.YeQ V," .. TUdBK effect JULY 3, 1607. Stands r of SB to 130 per w*.k k>p4IUO ar'u +

In the long sunshine, after rain MOST of the rush-bottomed chairs Thursday XliLht. .. JX-fiTEWART.C'C. .. nt IkaactiM.t ms in entry_eonntyjind n.fllelllN""xllgBr t UjiLT neralWO .

"fuEL": manufactured in New York' city .are IL DEMONTMOLLlX, ICR. 8. SOUTH SOUSO. WANT STBAOV KMrlX'YM'XT V''>
; taloc .aDd panlCIII. ut.* r.-.Jlpt. "
said to be supplied with the rush seats & ,
SUMMER BATES. Uniform Rank K. of P,>'o. i-Meeta for.drill t-WEST L DIA FAST MAIL for upre......

by a few families over in New Jersey. every SecVrnd and Fourth Wednesday XighU,st Leave AU&nta.>"......-.._..rr.. .... TJOamlLra\ 1J1 >A. Y'treet: -1 It".k t;N biiuF I Ce.,i1LT ;
One such family. of Huguenot 'extraction A.rmorJ. R.J. RILES Captain. Leave )I&(' n.... ... 111111 1 sea Lea Quincy .
The. Georgk Southern and Florida L. A. SMITH Leave Cordete'i1:..-..-.."'...... 5.14pm I Lea
is rates for the and locally believed to bee dosanded .:: ,Recorder. ._.. : M Lea,..'I1ftoG.'c. 3..7 plQ ,I Lea i
Railroad now preparing from Admiral thoughthe IROX"HALL. Arrive Vald< u... .... ......, IL3 O pm Arri I
travel out of Florida to all Summer Resorts Caligny : Arrive Jacper..............-. Arr1 tJtE Drwm. .
name baa been corrupted, baa been Brach Xo. '702 Order Iron Hall-M Arrive White Spring.. .....' .... .. .. .: t piu 1 "J Jh. COulbt. l
which will shortly be placed on making these rush bottoms for many and Third Friday:Nlr ht.. *U Fine Arri..Lak.Cit,............... ........,. 1.00 pm Ot f)($ fsraee.a- month toer'"r"J.by lit
+B-A
SJTpmt
Arrive
tale. years, perhaps for generations, past.The HKN2Y JUtRWIX.Chld. L Arrive Palatka Hampton..:::::::::::.-::::::::: :::JOJBpmfAr: 1 ; m the > -ucs alt* ..., ilter1rwiU tt.A do nor one'*bnalneM otpleaiiure. .
This line is the shortest and fastest M. W. STEWART, Am. It builu..p sod uucrwta U. niorral
work is done entirely by hand and n altb. clear*IbulLtn-ui Waaitme Uliecaap. on. '
out of Florida, carrying the West India Jfo. I leave Macon after arrival of Incoming morn No :wrinkh < 1" Mi L' -- foM-'w tU t .atmmt.J40ned ,t
sad Florida mail to all points West it is one demanding considerable experience G. A.. R. Georgia, Fast Tennessee,Virginia ant Georgia, Macon sad by phincUm utd ka.tissCt.ie1sdtes. f
and skill though it is taught G. A. 1C-Veteran Poet, Xo. '12 Meet RalJroad.. PATIENTS TREATED CV MAIL C3HFIDEIIT1AL.Hmmli .
and Ncnhwest. Trains arrive and depart every ':"0.S leave Maoon after arrival of Incoming afternoon tr retain .ii. feflunta. sea :< .I.* ,""'--'.* t
from Union Depots, Palatka and to children, and doubtless thus handed First Tuesday of each month at 1 o'clock p.m. Macooand Northern and n orfria P.aDroadand eonneru at iov d 1 a. mL L W.r. snu. t rltl t..1l:, gl.i4 0.L ,
Macon. Connection made with al down in families. The important thingis P.T. L. QTJEEX, Commander. tern for Brunswick and Jacksonville, via Brunswick and W "t. uah,i Ids and -- --_ ,JJ
Westeen; at Palatka for 8b Anguntine and all point ia East a. ida, and with St.
lines in Macon with the vestibule ,hm- to have the rushes properly dampened LEWIS. ... John and Ocklawaha River steamer :: /ORKINfc MEN conduct .

ited for the Carolinas, Virginia and that shall not be brittle t '
so they *
NORTH Ul ND. read It.
the East and with through sleeping it. Working men
and then to twist them into cords of Odtr'-
car lines lot resorts in Tennessee, Ken- ". .. "c: u..,... .... NO. S* WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. XO. 4, EXPRESS MAIL. It helps them because It .,

tucky and all points !\orth and North- nearly uniform thickness The work (fO t.n" M ...... _Me r & Lave Paiatka.......................... 4.13 amLeave I leave Palatka... .... ..............,... .... 4.45pmLeave :
between Palatka though not laborious is extremely ..... us tit IIe I.'.MwNLIWIa..r....51 t..t w..cl .Mt. Hampton......................... 6.24smLeave Hampton............... .......... 630 pm understands them. S :nd
west. Sleeping cars .. ... .. .. .... ..... ...... ..... .
riSe..d .pW.Iwr... i..agwphrWp... Lake City .... .... T.Wam Leave Lake City ,. .... 1Sco pm t
and Macon. dirty, since the rushes always retain a w d .1. }wr war."e;.*t wee..5 Leave White Spring........... ........ 8.06amLeave Lea,'eWhiteSprings..................... 11.28 pm for free sample copy. ;
Trains leave as follows: more or less dust and mud. When well ._t7. MJi..waaL: ..Irw.Yi..la.lterPATIENTS ..,q.- Jarper............. .............. S.40am Leave ............. .... ........ >.110 pm
I TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL Leave VaUVwta.....'... .... ....... ...... 9 JO am Leave Yai&ta................ ..........19.10pm TBS ChristWa"aloa., r
.&. M. r. )I. made rush bottoms will last for gen I Ieratlona. Htfmt m4. I* ... --.. imimmtmlntt, ar W4 .*.... leave Tifton .. .... .................... U.llam Leave Triton ..... ........ ............aZIOain New York.
ta frofttia*t& +.IU 6 aIL ai.OM.,S Leave Cordele.. .. 1.09 I Leave Cordele. 1.46 )
PaLtka..4:45 4.45 I o w r siTitL rrtint nurti ciicm 8LUc1INA Arrive Macau..:::.::..::'.::::'.:::::::::' 4.10 t: Arrive Macoa:::'.:::::+:::::::::::::::::: 4JOi: : .

Hamlton..6w4 6:30 Arrive Atlanta............... ........... T 85 ota I Arrive Atlanta............. ............. 1M am dr4
Lake City. .. . .7.:41 8:50 TIm natural conservatism of boys Iswell J. For folders and other Information, Illustrated by the persistence of tDUC a : :
to customs handed down by tradition in No.5 teave Palatka after arrival fat West India mail from Tampa and connects at )[ o..rsr. ..
apply H with all ontgoinFp.m. tnl Da,C. IL R.S. W.K. It. )1..t N, it. R,Ga. k B., K T. V-and G orS : 'CataMarie. I
.:\.. C. KM APP, JAS. MKMIES, long-established schools especially in and Maeon and Northern lUllroad. : \i5..ar. j a.aa.. aw a- A
This .
Traffic Manager. Gen. A eDt :No.4 leave*Pulatks after arrival of train from St.Augustine sad point In Eat and Sonti : aoeo.ni,, anttfwtateJaoewyl4t....., rirs ".... ii."Ilv.. '
At the
$ Europe. great English public LJ8EISEK Florida. and connect at Tlf too with Brunswick and W entern from Brunswick, Ga. and Jackonvilks. meats eaatowbattle r''UJte of.!W..M.. tt n ... b.
Macon,Ga. Jacksonville. school of Winchester there is a school ria. OOM connection at Macon for:Nashville, LonUviUe. Cincinnati. EvaniTille..St. Lnm; 119.monw' treatment to. .
& VIXLNO and Chicago Short Line to World's Fair,via 0.S. & F, C. R./R.of O*, Western and Atlantic, PATIENTS TREAIED BY lUlL CONFIDENTIAL .'
boy language in use which comes down Managers, Na bvUl t9iattatioog and BL Louis an LtMa ..We and Nashville,and)1&0011 with all __.. N .tear"-tewr. fx..aiwsd......
Tb.'DO'I't" Clear. train OB Central Railroad. eat-png' Tm,.....,...,..Out. >Hk.t..ik w__ .
from generations of boys now a hundred Dl I. I. r. SRTBCI. H "' ''.I ""rr cadge HU '

W. P. IIatchettfca young man well years in their graves It Is a lan- ORMONDBYTHESEAFLORIDA., All Train arrive and depart from Union Depot*, Macon and Palatka.
and favorably known in this city, has in :Elegant Sleeping;Car will be run on Train No.3 and X o. 4. ,1
with for all objects
guage names for farther informtUon apply to Agent at junction points,or to

been appointed salesman of the celebrated common use and even with many verbs. FINE F1SHLNG. Wet':"Ba'; BOBBINS,Ticket Agent, Palatka.

"Don't" ci :aars. These goodsare The boys' language formed by the In- JAMES: MENZIES. General Agent 7T street,Jacksonville.
SPLENDID BATHING. A. C. KNAPP.Traffle Manager,Macon,Ga.E1STTENNCU.U .
about the best ever introduced here, vertion of certain syllables of grown-up

and the manufacturers, Ellis & Co., of speech Is familiar to every one who BEAUTIFUL DRIVES.

Winston N. C. have recommendations has not forgotten that he once was a
,
from Senator Vance, the Governor of boy. for generations. It is said no reasonable.{ "AccommodatioDS ample. Rates (j T -- ,

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Eton boy has buttoned the lowest button -*
the North State, and other prominentmen Reached vU Palatka or St.Augustine and the ,
as to the quality of the goods. of his waistcoat and venerable old East Coast Line From South Florida,via New : : RAIL W Y = e ..J1
Mr. Hatchett will handle tobacco in fellows of eighty hold to the odd custom Smjna and Halifax Rent Steamers. tr2L. .e Q @. \

every form but desires. to make a special learned at school SCHEWLCS Qf DAILY TRAINS IN / ;.,::' '-' --4
run in "Don t" cigars.

F. C. Cochrane handles the goods.Mr. A TenrEssEX girl educated In a D. EATON M. D. ErnCT JUNE 121*. 1892. -- __ it'

fashionable female college of Nash- ".
Robert Marshall, of Frnitland, rcix.axa CLa.uw.vsa" 'awar.ClaL. p sxsxuooax vaUlT_ eovn. :

"'1.810 the city Monday. vine lately committed suicide because L..ckso.vlas. S SOp Lv UekMvilk...... .. ... r 50.1 .Till....... ..r 6top :1
'. her father wouldn't pay his: grocery HOMEOPATHISTOmcE Lv any L C.11a Ia... .. lira Ar Atlaata...,,.?.. ., a too 153:
I ,-j- 1 t. -.J> Lv W.yttew., I wp Lv Waycm... .. 115. Lv Atlaou'. .......... ,, 10 I OOp
DRCXKEXKES8 tbo LIQUOR HABIT bills. Her high sense of honor It la Lvf MLvCaatuaooc..:.. ... .. n upM. LvT Mi>. .. ... .. .. 1110. Ar Caattaaaaga.... ..,... 6 UpU t SOp III TIE "It-...,.......,............, i
said refused to allow her to consume BLOCK, PALATZA FIJL. Ar Mato.. ... ...... ( Ar k.oae..4 Oiatlaaaota. ..... t)0alOtla f Rp b ... s.A '
C.T' 4 tit Bom*!. Tom Day fcy AdmlmUtorUc I1OmcK. G I.en. ._....... S10* Lv pep Ar Zauviaa........ UOOp1U 11s.At. .WJ5Trnun ...- .-!!
food that had not been paid for to sustain .. .atla u., ...... i Ar AllMta. . t 1 La E.oaalle .. .. 10 S3* l 45, (a+) L L eesuq,:1 -
Dr. HaUeV G14c Spedfi Hocms-S to It a. ML,.1 1 p.m.and .. .. _- ttwyrMwlw..11_
and she"had I Lv Ailaaca.. . le U At Merriaewa...., tto. 11 Maa sota
It be of beer life as so other method T to s p. ... 8anday*-l to I p.. .. Ar Gaceees.ta., ... t Ar a.. .. ...S tia Ar Brnfet..... ...".... ... up SOOatlipUSOp IT PLEASES: EVERYSODY.DEI. <.J
can given in a glass a of living she decided to die. U every ruteau from a dI&sane eaa be treated *.. ,.. 1 aj Lw sssat. .. .. .. I SCI. Ar Karaoke.... ..
cup of coffee: or tea, or In food, without girl whose father dldnt his threofh the maIL Omoe eonraltatlon tree. At sett... .... .... As aergin .... .3 slip ArSacataoa* Jc.LvJacltao .... ...... Site I Up .. Fnneee RIiIaM-"TDebrigm
pay grocery AtG.cs..ai..,...,,. TteSSte As Ciawaasti..5i0 p Ar WaaaatfM . .. 1 11 eat outlook wiadow ia Chncuodom for boi i
the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely bills should commit suicide there wouldbe apl-Cla Leci.eisad, .... Lv C.wad.. .. 1101 AtEalti arwl::.M ...._. / 4 Ma gassy Up *-P..".w.le t.aw wWI to. Hm,w to..xwia' -"
ArChacsf... _. ) ArCkinR.-_ .._ i Pr.'Y1.e. Tel. .. .."ArreuboGc
harmless and will effect a more funerals In the country than i A'rFf ... )fis.lt3+>, to the buy,the laxy sad UM ecoaomKaJ. "tS
,,. to aS500 a year an be-.de by Lv B r im >MAr Xi. Lv BwpaLv ArHamatMarr.At ,., ... /ID.13 !a. >..,
It permanent and speedy cure, whether there has been since the yellow fever Q 1 IiUU active agents eitMr.*. easy 11 U* _. .. r PhiltdelBtM....,.. ..?. ...11 r5. 4 Isek baa Tb.Co.g egau.aH.t.-Thismaethy
the moderate drinker epidemic.A work; ore pay adosl. territory. Writ* at ana.mt.. 11 CIs ts..ep. .... 5 It. ArNr.rr ....... ...... lOOp r 10. so pea-': Moncmalay of deuce cope am
- p patient is a or an once. L P.Wlirnc" ,Piedmont TT.Ya. Ar Mejapbia,.J Ye.pi4. .._... a Lv Utmavwm,... ,.. 111. ... ... =.. rimw.'a.rairww10p
alcoholic wreck. It has been given in rrsHcro hi Texas < thousands of cases and in every instance party took the ., Iack.m.ine la Ciawiaa atta..oga a4 Caatta. of* tyuu 1'.11.aa b if t oina.o< tiew York, ha* toms to the rescue.l :,
following with them Six fishing rods zed eUfaat day eoatcaxaJacktoainlle t* a.ciuati. Day cacb deepen Chattaawon ry to New York via try people. We know: ef OM A4 nips*** .
It
has followed. 3 j ticf5riL
a perfect cure E ta Caatta-jjj l ukaviua b Jta. sad Jcnp Jffutt who far a oath ha worked until U
a loaf of bread three of Ji ? BrftartK K [HafTuba/aT. TW ec s a.**, tram {mmjCaattaaonya
sardines
cans M e.td..te. G clock at night wefl
never fails. The system once impregnated /XLJfiWaM I M > aunts witfcMt ekage. to Cbatua.t. air came* a *l cpcr toI aDS yet T kept informed
with the specific becomes an a frying pan one towel one ,bar of _," .a ..:***'.: $CRLIIBK RXCVMSIOr TICKET I Waaauajtoii via Skesaadoah JaBCtio of II current hist world event l ttd*thai Marazio -
rtarl I O. talc fr. Oct. 189*. ]uA tlie B. O. It. 1UcoaaccUar with ewes a null 'lC coaoiKcntary oa impenaot
thirteen u.nlMb witiwil.wa.Mil.wi.etl..Y.frtwitV Ma let* Sent yx Limited t* 11CI ,
utter impossibility the liquor appe soap bottles and two jugs. event. besides a dina of UM bat aruckate
: > ast>..... Rkkllla.M. TO A SfTStmKB. V SO TS. |ta Kyal B t LU CAAlaf'VBCbBaBfmrw r
tite Jo exist:. Cures guaranteed. 48pagebook The question la what dU. they want of Iar lHl!.._Jiav ltt y wlB.-. *. .WkvllkkitTc F.a Uranwaed. .s selaa to nsesh.tekyet particulArs free. Address the bread sardine, frying towel .,. ....u teqr--wII-iII."' e. ts Every letter*f ry a>twc*<4 U Iruul. laeV ee iew u 1 eq ep..r7ti n. Price 2c. -;. a 'Y.....

the GOLDKK ,Bnartpo: CO 185 Race pea, m1ii M"" ::'eeNirF Fot berth rcservvumm..rata, pfir b bcart ar a tD n* Wa o t* Kim..... cu.unI..U'fUCAfteli. '
and soap .* FRANK M.JOLLY DuC raw. Sa Wot Pay Street. A ov flUek.Jarkaoiri]] ; KU.B. .....:..1'BIHVmr 8lP1kElIli11 t
Streets Cincinnati Ohio. rmm. rnimTnmwttMjfcL< : .W.WXKNN,6.P.*f.A, vUuTVtaa. CHAS.2i.KKHtT, A.G.X A,Atlanta,Ca.Ac. --.-as.. as a_...... ;

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, THE "DON," CUT PRICES. in-DRY. GOODS .ANb: ) H E-S.. S. E. BOND, CUT PRICES GROCERIESPALATKA r

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CAMP'' MEETING? NOTICE. SoBotblnc Jfe... for Fab.tka.Mr. ; I..ac"'c th. h aha
DEMOCRATS Mn.'lThe .
.VEEKiiY TIMES VICTORIOUS.
Rnfus A. Russell of the Jackson the
in
.. I FRCITLAXD, FLA., &-pt. 21.AiHHHA'Oaep J f.w Y.rk it.a:. wharves Vicinity or"%
villa" Metropolis, was in town this Said the clerk,to his principal: Florida Southern were occupied:_\

McKENZIE' It BURTZ. PUBLISHERS, The Meeting of the week. aDd- succeeded in establishing a There U a lady outside.who wishes; anxious and enthutiastic spectator\
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--- Fruitlani tartan ,will be held at Fruit route for his paper. It is Mr. Russeil to see you" A CLEAN SWEEP TIIROUGllOUTTllE'COUn afternoon on the

O/I1Clha Duane B1aI14IDr. Front Street, .land, Fla., commencing October 27, Intention to put bit paper into P>>latktaevery """Is she prettyTPrincipal" ,. Wednesday of Captain '
0 Uunchinj
yea AND STATE. of the
Dano...jllJlIIee.BUB8CKIM'ION 1892!) at night and closing November time thrre ocnA"\
evening at supper goes oat, and r.**rnlnf Ocklawaha River steamer, \
6. All ministerial brethren are cur* hours after the time o' going to press after fewrdoments'saynto the clerk: i enthusiasm was caused by I
The
]LA T&-Oae Tear. '1..00; .ax dially invited to come and help: us. in Jacksonville. A subscriber pass .y 011 area nice judge of pretty wom- ] l. line into .

Xonth. M Centt } Three MMtha, 29 Cent Provision will be made for their ..accommodation. ten cents a week. At 7:30 p, m. he en. ,you: are." THE THIRD PARTY DoWNED ON THE vent orl| a new Palatla the, \
do la adranee. "Well how I eminaUd from the delay of
Babeerlptton* could I guess the was. anxiety t&
Those coming by boat read what New York
can happened in FIRST
your wU<<\" replied the clerk.Texas iOUND, hour and a half in knocking away the
had better get off St Orange Point. Chicago, San Francisco- m fact every' Diftings '
PALATKA. FLA., OCT. 7.J892. I skids which held her in position. j i
Boat leaves Palatka
We extend a warm invitation to all i ){cLaury &; Bowton will take font Cot Gore (of LouiaylUe)-It eorta the I The election in
this last aboard the steamer,
"Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can, those who will come and tent with us. order, and leave the paper every evening people of the United States 1350,000,000 County Tues invited among

st Graioger's. We would like to have a,large number at.your door.A a year to\e born. and $900,000,000 to,'edrunk. day was possibly the most quiet genera whom were a number of Palatka'i
robed in white.
of tenters during the entire rreet- election, ever held in the young ladies,
){r. A. Grainier !. out again, after a full line of Staple and Fancy, Groceries Cot Blood(of the same dty-Gdt The result It county The Captain made a wise selection

lllnegs. tl'g. at lowest prices, at Graiager's. born ia very expensive. most sratifyli g to Demo. In honoring Miss Rosa Davis as the
light A restaurant will be opened for the Cot Gore-True, but it is a necessary crats. The smaJness of the vote
and examine and cast
Oil
goods prices lady.
Lee Rn+sell was in town from Crescent accommodation of those who wlstflo get ezpenne. How could we get drank i 11 was surprise to most officiating young ,
aud be convinced. Also Hay Groin everyone. But*L When everything had been arrangedthe
we were not born drst?-Jury.
City Tuesday. purchase meals. We extend a cordialFelcome shows the advantage of
__ and Feed. thorough or. support were removed, and amid
Mr*. Martin Griffin and son, John, ) to all. I. RYDER. Gave Him Away. ganization. The Republicans had no the cheering of enthusiastic hundreds
Von Blumer-Did Winkles wife ,
Tubules banish Van ticket in the field
Hipans pain. and
Georgia. no
are sojourning. in forth John Daaae*s Good Fortune. tell you that he came home hilarious political or. as the craft went slowly down the war

of Captain W. B. Denham The happiest butcher in Florida! this The Medical Eauiiuiu Board of the other night while you were up lathe ganization while the People's Party I and into her watery bed, Miss Rosa
The family late in
were
the Fifth Judicial District of Florida country? attempting to secure, an in christen
Carolina.A week is clever whole-souled John a very appropriate manner
returned from North
hare
Mrs. Von Blumer Yea, she did. organization and showed
Duane. It's not because business is : will meet in Ocala, November 15,1892, poor know! coed the craft, breaking a bottle of
Vn Blamer (careleaslyi-She) didn of
edge methods
1 good Saddle and Driving necessary in the
No. I for the of propagation
wine
examining applicants her bow.
looking up, but simply because Le purpose aay anything die, did she? of over
Horse for tale. Joe. R. 1Lul:v. found at his house Sunday morning the to practice and grant certificates She said he had jut left you."-N. The following political faith. The Malta Mora'is 187 feet long, 22
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have but De- to same. Y. herald incomplete returns are feet beau and draws eighteen inches
piles
Piles of people prettiest little brown eyed girl he ever I given to show the result
WUl's Witch Hazel Salve will cure, saw. That's all the.matter with John, I Mrs. William Murden, 197.Third St., At the ..__u.n-r' Hop Democratic so far.: The of vater. She will be driven by an

them. f. F. Peek.L but be has a good reason to be happy. Albany, N. Y, gives it the need of Miss LuTly-Do you know Mr. Stew larger. The official majorities will go much eighty five hcrse power engine.
.' ens by night? I left the veranda after returns will.be givenin
Harkins Billiard, father of Messrs. TKo H__.' Eet..... praise, as follows: 1 have used Dr. baring a little flirtation with him just oar next: Prof. Blk.nk Tua.r.

Charles and Walter Billiard, was in Bull's Cough Syrup and find it has no a moment ago and now I can't find him Toys W rALATKA. Prof. Blake, a professional piano
We informed Adams
are by Captain For Clerk
town from Jactfonville Tuesday. equal. No family should be without anywhere. ........._.. tuner, will be in the tits in about two
agent at this point, tbAt the popular IL" Miss Waspish saw a man hurrying; WrSht........:::.....................2..\13 O weeks. Leave all orders McLaurv&
B. L. Lilienthul left for New York steamer Eliza zlancox will shortly resume by with a great pink and white markon For 8b. rllrHaRao- .. Rowton.

yesterday, where he will buy goods. those delightful daylight trips be- MARRIED.In his coat lapeL Maybe that was he. ::::::"". :::m

lIe will be absent a -uple of weeks. tween Jacksonville and Palatka. This Brooklyn, N. Y., September 29th Chicago Ne"' '* For SuIt.rublicInstruction- Hems Xeubeck will skortly open an

is a popular route with the tourists.A 1892, by the Rev. James Cameron, A 8..pk..... SymptoB. For Justice Sinuses of::the::::Fesoe-:::::::::::::::"".**"::::TS l oyster house on Lemon street, where

Mr. John Curran, of Birmingham EDWIN KIKBT, of Mount Royal, Fla., A young man recently called on Dr. the lucious bivalves will be
dispensedby
Alabama, has been appointed General gentleman of this county who has to MARY .CHANDLER daughter of Perkins Soonorer of Harlem Iyso,9:::::::::::::::::::::::: : :: the gallon, quart, pint or half shell

Foremen of the J. T. & K. W. shops, excellent' Aidgement remarked to m A. Brown. "Doctor I am not feeling right. Ibelieve TUB Lora AT MMTWICK STOOD AS FOLLOWS:

Mr. Cur- B Henry a change of climate would do lICCbeU...............?................to A Cider Salta
vice George Miller resigned. the olh ? that_ he knew of no pill so issatin ...
skilled workman and a popular Mr. Weems Walton returned home me good. Price.Haran. ::::::::::::::\:...:.'.'.'"..'.':.'.'.':ll4 s: Palatka can boast of a genuine cider
ran is a good j TSyationt dyspepsia andDeWitt's "0f what bank are you Cashier .rtgbC................................._
last Saturday after:spending a few s:49 and vinegar factory and t:. I. Rowton

e gentleman.. Eat liver Little weeks In the West. Weems' many asked the. doctor, auap1elous1y.Te.xuS Ralph Shelly::::: ::':;::::'::::::':::::::'::::::::...::..:::::: the live confectioner the proprietor.

C. A. Snow Jb Co.'* pamphlet, "In friends will be please: to learn that be _Trwo Co..rte Straasavaii ... ... ........... ........ ...... oJ lIe has a bran new mill, and almost

formation and Advice about Patents, had a pleasant trip -I missed y. new tennis \ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.*..':.:*". :tot any time the machine can be heard at
my Moore..... /
Caveats,TrademarksCopyrights,"etc.,. vertIse.In Ripans Tabules cure jaundice. belt from my room yesterday Mrs. \Vhltoomb:.....................-.TTT". "...* work. It Is really interesting to watch

may be obtained free at this offic an- Grinder, and this morning you had Tax TOT.AT nU5CI:TOOD AS FOLLOW: the process.

her A Rhode Island court has decided tripe for breakfast.Mrs. .. MitcheU ................... .............13 Mr.Rowton has made several barrelsof
of the cleverest and '1. Grinder (the landlady, haught Baekia............ ........ ..... ._....s
Will Shelley
one that the father can name the baby if.he Harp ;.; fine vinegar alrea.'Y.E. .
moet efficient engineers or* the J. T., ily-Well sir what of it? ::::::::::::::::'::::::::: :. ::: ::::
I parents can't agree on a name.! Lambson there anything special Moore.V.V.V.V.V.V.............. ..... W. Green blacksmith and
............ general\
was in town Tuesday. VThitoomb ......... "j
that would like
Wife-I'm afraid we are going to Life.you me to get to-day- Shelly Haran.................... ...._!?.V.V""Je. repairer, Lemon turret, will make that

Mr. Ileston and wife, of Jacksonville, lave an early winter. price :::::::::::::::;*;:'"*:::.:-::::: old buggy as bright and good as new.

'>-. aiting Palatka friends Sund Husband-Why do you think so? How Ho VT_ Her. Wright..:::::::::: % Rrpafring of ml kinds neatly executed.
Wife /The iceman is tojive "So hare .Mr. Whiffet Ralph ::::::::::::::::.=:::.f
beginning you accepted Straosa...............
"'.ton was formerly manage ............._......STHX '
fall weight.-N. Y. Weekly after all? TOTXATSAHXATKO STOOD AS FOLLOWS fLu friends of Mr. and Mrs William

Sph office here. "Yes; I said I never would, but be iso Mitchell......,.... .... ....... ..... .1. : Nugent were glad to welcome them
: Mr. J.V.. Harrison, one of Hunt- thoughtful. He sent me a box of Baakia.................... ...."."......."ju .
home
__ ...-Wry-pUIn, clever Old ington's solid Democrats, was in the handkerchiefs just as my hay fever was Wall Harp::::::::::::::::::"V:::::::::::::::"V.j. back this week. They are glad to get

the best fellow in Putnam Cool naeat- city Wednesday, on business. coming on."-Chicago News Nbitoome..............:::..........::b so Captain Billy sajs. Mr. Nugent -
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Crescent City, was perambu The MM U the )I..a. wr .......................''' .1 informs us that he Intends withina
among his friends here Saturday Mr J. H. Spaflbrd, County Solicitor, Mr. Hlghlife wonder why it's a Ha get n.....V.V.V.V..u few months, as soon as the present

informs us that his store at Crest returned home this week. Mr. Spafford man and not a woman we see in the Shelly...... lease expires, to erect a handsome gallery
I_ his absence visited his moon? Kiph.. ......::;........-...".... in Palatka.Mr. '
City was thrown open to the pi a.a during many Ser.uu.......43
list week. THE TIMES with all toric places In the Old World, and re- Mrs. Ulghllxe (with emphasis)-Because Tax TOT AT IXTEKLACHK lltlOD AJ EOLLOWfAS : Nanle

e he stays out all night,-Chicago .......................... Moragne has accepted a
friends, wishes him success. m | ports having a delightful trip. News. wri ht:..........................._....IC position with R. W. W. M. Davis
Regis... ........................_...T4 .
Bob Crownover, after a pleasan :at i Captain Drake who, for many years, A Warning.Rosalie Sbelly............................_....21 and is prepared to do outside work.JJ

to points in Tennessee, Arkansa Mr.for. was, night, watchman here at the old -Maj: Foster seems to be a roe AS CA TAMXp TH. TOTS STATO u is a first class typewriter, and deserves.

Miss-ouri, returned home Sun freight$ and passenger depot at the foot very pleasant girl-.always good humored ...POLLOwetMlteben ........ the patronage of the public.
and laoghlng-but yet she Isn't ..................39t
looking much Improved. He exp Ga., of Laurel street, was in the city during popular. Hawley.Btkln..V. ..................... ...... ......n Ta. Dea'e1few SUok.

e to have recovered from the acrid dawly the week. Mr. Drake is now traveling Oraoo-ThaPs just the reason. !fendon't Wail...:.:::::::::::.:.::.::.:.:.:::::== S.E.Bond,the live dry goods man,returns

which he was a member sufficiet for .the Paine Fertilizer Company f of like to be laughed at.-Jar-. Whlteomb..?......... !mi from New York where he

resume work in a few days. ire Jacksonville.The A Oe.o Obeorro I"rtee.M.ere..N.-. .............._. ....!.7.80....410 one of the largest stocks bought
Sweet 8lxt -What a handsome wnise ............................ .....1:51: ever known in
There is no use talking<<, nelthe family physician. Mr. Helen R.Shatters. 1 Napa.... ................... _eIK Palatka.
man that tal! ..... : :
rison or Cleveland will be elected unless 420 Walnut St., Reading Pa., Sweet Eti'heeDe'a engaged. Ralph..:..:::................... ::::..S7J The goods are arriving now, and already !.
BtTaaN ..................... .:. .....172
they take DeWitt's Little Earl n states: "We always use Salvations 011 Sweet SLxteesi-how do you know? Haagbtou........ ............ .....,2Sr every available space m the Donis
Risers. have then! Sweet Eighteen-Hla coat sleeves bag n.--........ '" ......... .. .....inn filled, and tho counters
They a "get
for what it is recommended in of .- are piled
place at the elbows.-Judge..i Wlee........................ .:_...x36 high
quality possessed by no other pill. a physician.! It never fail.." .. nays cot-rr. with dress goods of all shades and qualities. l.

F. Peek. AuTn..7.. The following I*t table*f the Mtlmat maoritte The stock already arrived would

I sold r'ARTHun PACE, experienced car- Her teeth had vanished quite away, the; Jacksonville* for toe State Timn-Union Democratic: ticket from comfortably fills room twice the size
There was a scene at Captain Gray'sresidence tier new tet pTe her pain.
Monday that would tend to.f= odingtfrenn pet and matting layer, will attend to She took them out and from that day alachna..i Bradford..L::::::::::: -: Leon.... .1,300.:2so I of the Don.

13 two. ,your orders at reasonable prices. She near tmlled acatn. isk.r. Lery.......joo Mr Bond will talk about these
soften the hardest heart. Eight pitiful au26-2 ChloafO Tribune. Br rrd 130 MMOMU..iOO new
General see 'et Clay...2110 Marion.Too goods through the columns of THE
little mutes, as well as a blind lad,were Agent TWO KINDS OF ROAD BACES.I : Cltnu.... Monro...........jioo TIMES.

tenderly provided for under the Cap Knoxville, Ten ranteed to COlumt.ta..1 e8Qta.[ ..SW N&atla1l..300.. ......
Uraa
tain' charitable roof. They were en cure the blues qu, any other FOR SALE ................1.44J Oae.otp.v ........1.2OU1)lIyal. .250

route to St. Justine, where the deaf known remedy, ann e price is withinThreepound I Ercambta..ad!rranVlia............200, Paoco Putnam.-.549._aoo C. W.MARVIN D.D.S
the reach of all. llamllton.no ... ,
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polk.
ON EASY
TERMS 5114
dumb and blind institute will providefor i"-fill-frwivvk-.-.. ..2.w... St ..WL...._.._........300
I Oa.lsden..:.:::.:::.flno Sa.
them. Can Tomatoes, 10 centsat The desirable Property on corner of iotme*............ 100 Humtrr&nte..0.... ........VA
Gnln er'a. Kirby and Dodge streets. New Two- Hernaado......... joe Vohula..... ....400 4'-

An eloping couple from Northern Story Dwelling, with water and gas Jackson Jefferson.::::::::::::.40 Aaoo M'akull Walton::::.:::: J.V|

Florida arrifed over the Georgia Southern Judge Benj. Harrison, one of the supply, bath room and other conveniences Lak................. oo _
; fine Artesian Well, good Total..............22.M1.
recently. They were en route to ablest writers in the State, was circulating
Barn Wood and Wash House and
Jacksonville. where, in the words of the, among his numerous friends in other,valuable improvements. Mr. Mitchell received on Tuesday

groom, they intended to be "jined by Palatka yesterday. The Judge, we are For full particulars inquire of last every vote cast in his county. This

the bands! matrimony." pleased to state, is looking remarkablywell. H. W. FOWLER, Agent. ... alone is enough to prove that the
oc6-tf ORADCATX: DENTAL DLPARTMLKTL'NITERSITT :
Democrats selected one of the best
Plant Landreth'a Garden Seeds anda or TLTNZSSEL
men in the State for Governor.If .
full crop will be the result. A choice Major Jesse L. Burton, of Crescent Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

selection just received at E. S. NECK. City, who has been spending seasonat A LL PERSONS VINO CLAIMS AGAINST people would take the advice of ARTInCUL TEETH OX GOLD, 8UY-K,
f\. the Estate of D. L. Kenaolt, deceased, and RUBBER.
Grocery. Summer Haven, passed through Pa Ate of Putnam County. Horlda will preeeni Ackerman & Stewart, the druggists, Specialty) of CROWN, BRIDGE and GOLD
latka, en route home on Tuesday. The them to me; and an persona Indebted to laid would never start WORK. .
they
The Gonmlae Kaolin. estate will make payment to me.| on a journey Chloride of Ethyl administered for the pain.lee.
Major called on THE TIMES to extern MRS. U RENAULT without a bottle of Charcberlaln'sColic .extraction of Teeth.
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We have In our window a sample of ed- AdmtuiAcratiiI.NOTIOE. ,
congratulations on the recent Democratic Cholera and Diarrhoea
kaolin, from which the finest Chinaware Chicago Mail Remedy. It can BACX BciLonro,PALATKA, FLA.
VICtory.A always be depended upon and is pleas-
is made. Tb taken
sample was .
a.eatd. :Note."Did ant to take. For sale Ackerman Once H an. to 12 L IL; I to 8 p. ...; Ito
by &
from mine at Okabumpka,and broughtto CUE FOR PAKAATSW. you: pick up any weight by .p.... ap22-tf

Palatka by Captain Croom. Frank Cornelius, ,of Purcell,' Ind. The Medical Examining Board of the going to the seashore Smithy Stewart, druggists.

This material far exceeds: the beat of Ter., says: "I Induced Mr.Plaaon, Fifth Judicial District of Florida will "I did. Indeed nl'OW1lyed on The State election took place in
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phosphate in value as there are only whose wife bid paaJf rola ta MM face,to meet in Ocala, NOVEMBER 15TH, hundred-F-hwl and imptMBible.twenty-fire" pounds. Georgia en Wednesday last.The Democrats 0 G. I. UAYIS & SON

four mines in the United States, and buy a bottte e( Ckametrl-ia's Pain 1892, for to the practice purpose and of examining grant certifi-applicants 'Tact my dear fellow. Come up it carried the State by 50,000. This ,

these are in :Florida-two of the most .: Balm. To their great surprise before cater to same. M. the house and I will introduce. you ta puts to flight the Third party in Georgia (Sacoeieon to O. )I. DAvu.laasrtacvvzaas

valuable In Putnam County. the bottle had aH teen and she was a DR. J. P. McKLNSTRr.President.. her we were married last week. where it was thought to have snch or

Mr., Bert. Fisher representing the great deal bettor. Her lace had been Texas Silting_ a strong hold.
drawned to ODe side but the Pain CEO. E. WELCH, Secretary. FO.ltaUeca.DingusaUeUo. .
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National Library Association, of Chi. Balm relieved all pate.and soreness oc7-td Shadboltl You: don'tseem I Blpaa's Tabules prolong life.

sago, was a pleasant caller at this office and the mouth .ashamed it natural to hare any creasa la joui CTJKB s Tanks

Wednesday. shape." It is also'a certain cure'for trousers this morning., v ELECTRIC JHTTEKS. .1
rheumatism, lame back; sprains; swellings For Sale or Rent. Shadbolt (remembering him of old- This remedy is becoming so well ,

DIED.-In this city of consumption. and lames***. !Ito,eeet bottles for 1"0. and po change either Dingxna. known: and so popular as to need no PAULTZA FLA. ,

A familiar headline isn't it? Ii's sale by Ackera-'*. ,Stewart, ,I>rug'gists. THE SARATOGA HOTEL,PALATKA, Left It all La my other troucen. Mon special mention.. All who have need

pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough. FLORIDA. log.-Chicago Tribune.The Electric Bitters sing the same song of Correspondence. !! )olicited. Sizes and
POPULAR HOUSE iso WELL'AND praise. A purer medicine does not exist -
One Minute Cough Cure la pleasantsafe rruns J. aWytnown to\H tourist and travel. CrowKerr .de4 s.a.- and it is guaranteed to do an thatis prices sent on application. jyl-3
-. and sure. P. F. Peek. UgptibUc,to offered for aale; or it can be reseed Arriral--Can I put up at this claimed. Electric Bitten will core
E. C. KELLY as it now ttanda,nnf nminhed. hotel? .
The owner mtrht furnish standing Farah_,.. aU diseases of the Liver and Kidneys,
'cc' or eat throvghmit and complete, if .ustJ.O. Smart Clerk Certainly: we can put will remove Pimples. Boils, Salt -.l utlD l:
AN EYE | OPENER. --8IGX" or- ory For term full were offered.and you up ort the- sixth floor if tbafa up Rheum and other affections caused by r.1I 1 mtesODteBrW".

::: parties C.MrMajgtlfeau5 high enough to cult jou.-Texas Sift impure bloo)I. ,Will drive Malaria from rersdle. ta.t cis not less ,
The Bis Coffee Pot! rUtka.Fl-, Ina's. .' S-- and fare the health or tntert a wth s.lbestaaar
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SPAcE the system prevent as well as cure t it tmllda up and lntpro e tb* ,/ -
THIS Gate la Sue Bat all-malarial fevers. For of Head """ theHkiaaodbeMtiawttseeoapIrrion.ollow .
A Full cure
and Line
H5P Complete. of thte treatnwev
WILL >>K OtitTWED STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and FOR SALE. He:. wrote her name tpoa the sod, ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try ; ohna=:-.r ItTllry fociHty i-uii* .

BY TINWARE wbicl muet bo sold. J SU Aid added Uwa.on wiu a hyphen 1(rentfij email laughter. ,' Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction .PATIENTS...... ..TREATED survey. .BY MAIL. COUFWHTtAL.,.-....
"THE JPDPTLAB IDAHO guaranteed,,,,or money refunded. Price M. L I. r.ierfL iaimriiniL UICI5I.
will pay to inspect this stock as I keep 4,000 And pat his same ri&tt. .
ACW3: DESIRABLE LAND ro cents and Jl per bottle at &
nothing but the beat of eveivtbm g. -No T.Heralil Amy
T. M. HAY i Iial 'R, Plumbing, Tinaia* pad .Gs Fitting ,oa Ia
'Ttlo WILL TELL T01j"u )- ,executed In the -s, *t'.approved style, within a abort distance 'Tinirrtne. Maudknowdelightful the world current comment. Strong
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'promptly and at low prices. I UM Indian Ricer 'Metropolis Two railroad would be If there were no men in }tl' i---r ,. .;i :Ztbtte wft3 discussion, great sut-
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( orr THE GOOD TUCCQSKMT Don't forset the;>kc Sign pf then eroM the land. Plat"may be seen by nllinj on J z.e-Yes: it'would. be, likeOEM l< ; .:" 'L ;:::'
; just l
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Ooffee Pots Le* a $ wet, between J. H. CARFESTER, great long visit to the seashore.Fiaak. .- t.Ji': -' J"u"'n.M.OoJt..U.'Y.K.r- '';' t&aE, jects. copy
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