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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1892
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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MeKKNZIE tTvpritr* ""= I PALATKA, FLOKIDA, FlUfcAY, "NOVEMBER 11, 1892. VOLUME'3-NUMBEK 39.



= HEASOKSWifr AN ELEGANT RECEPTION I I aervLee.at the Baptist Church guodar. (
TEN GOOD STOCK
,1{PECIAL. 1'601' a\t:.*. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. IMMENSE
FROM PAD-- Tendered to )(ey. and Mr J. C. Newmaaby
LOST-Pug Dog; blind in one eye. Bur GuocEiuts ,.the Good r opU of Hi Church. and 7:30 p. m. Subject for morning: .

BewariTgivZn by 1"t\uroing same to OETT &; Co. Wednesday evening last a large Heave and How to Get There." .
1 I -OF-
ROWTON. of the congregation of the Baptist Evening: "A Baptistic Symposium on
CHAS :E. 1 et Goods aid nothing njisrepreet portion 1
Green Co.tage00 Church with a number of invited i the Decrees of God."
tS-i-OB lii T sefl
SeSn4 street, between Court; 1I0uite Lo 2 et Fairlealmg, Honest Weights friends,gathered at the Church for the I. 6unday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer

and Florida boulhern>> shops Apply s.ure. purpose of tendering a reception to meeting! every Thursday evening at NEW FALL GOODS
office.
w./It.if DEWrrr, or at this 3. e> litellh" most and Freshest their new pastor and his excellent wife. 7:4) ,

oc7- Ve t..a in 'owu.ey The parsanage: was beautifully illuminated ] Those who have loved ones in the r

glxr lAL PEKIN UCCK', BLACKrsCoxTUACTOB 4. keep the Best Butter in with Chinese lanterns and better land and who desire to meet .

LJ.liIoSIUN fowa.8 and LOUS. Also. decorated profusely with tfpatifeirmossand them there; especially invited to the -. ATMcLarty .
W.II.M1xx Low '
for .ale. }.Ins. flower.After mdrning service. We invite the
Druozl; Turkeys there young
)1annvUle, 1a. aep23-lhf 5. cull get Fresh Eggs singing and other exercises in people of our city and all who love the
wb where el I.t!. the church.Mr. E U. Padgett in a few Lord to worship with us at all of our Brothers.
of Plastering, Cementing 6. ky doti'l mark up Hams, but happy remarks, welcomed the assemblage services. REV. J. CLIBEXCE NEWMAN,
K.a..onllom and Repairing and extended as invitation to Pastor.It .
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ana lual Height.iy ,
order mar
Work done 1.0 them to supper which had been arranged
l-"alering.guaranteed aallafaction. All ordeis 7. don't Cut Prices, sell some in the parsonage: by the good is a great domestic remedy, and Our Stock is now almost Complete, and we are showing more Novelties ant e

promptly .tleudoo Lo.lep16 goo low cost and make up on ladies. When the older persons as.em- should be kept in every home. Mr. Bargains than ever before.. We will only have room to'mention( a few S pecia

3 JosUU ADAMS, pa'alb. olb bled first around the table the pastor) Norman Cheatham, Waverly, SussexCo. ties fa:this issue.
JgDuane invoked Divine blessing; and one of
Bros' mantel Is always 1 8. Ir Stuck is Complete, and the most elegant and sumuiuous repasts ., Va., who has never been without '.
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supplied with }'reahorthern and eve }g sold ut a Reasonable Profit I! ever held in this city was highly it for twelve years subscribes to this II

'.._...L1_ 3ieata. mb21tflunua 9. buy Iroiu First Hands and I enjoyed by all. It was simply superb opinion. lIe says: "Our family has 1 ,

O NEEAL .1tAEKST.Go .- pay I wb-ich euables them to, sell and reflected great credit on the good been using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for Cloaks of
CSTTAUATKA taste displayed by the ladies.
First-Class
for Ches and without it in
Duane Bros themselves twelve years are never
to The folks amused
firstclass. yocng
Meats;Poultry, etc. ETerything of the 10 ir Morning Orders are always In from of the church by pluying variou the house. It is invalu&ble."
Free delivery to all parts deli 10 o'clock in the morning. r
delStfG"GQto >y games. The music and singing Fashion.FOR
city. '' .A. Protr tea Meeting were well rendered, and, altogether, U Ripans Tubules cure the bllles.Sox.rmso v .
Bros tor everything was pronounced by all present one of
Duane I Pure
Methodist : EXCELLENT: -
the of Fresh Win at St. James the most enjoyable events of the season. I
in way A74k
you and flab want, Poultry, etc. tnh21-tf Chum}xt Sunday. Preaching Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Newman have made CETLOK: TEA, imported from London EVERYONE.A .

Meats. Sunday.machlns Big by Uev. J. A. Fife; in many warm friends during: their short England, by Rogers, Martvn &; Co.*

i S rrl,<** at UaptUt Cbarcb ied the ig by the Presiding Elder, residence among us, and the citizens y of Orlando. Comes in one quarter, one- .
both morn.In
Palatka are to be congratulated on
the pastor half and E. S.
: by one pound packets.
ltev. Tomkies. All are luvited.
for morning: having them in our midst as permanent
;and e" D1Pg. Subject residents. NLCK, the Grocer, sells this superior
a Festival of Commemoration. cklen's Arnica Salvs.
The Lord's itmpper: I article.-
} ." Evening: "How Old TL halve in the world for Cuts, For lame back there is nothing better Beautiful Mantel

Art Thou?"' Brui[ res, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, .I than to saturate a flannel cloth witbamberiain's I Th prettiest cabinet work ever seen A TRULY BEAUTIFUL LINE
and bind
and it
We love all who love the Lord us.ITrav. Fevc a, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Pain Balm m this section has'OUst.. been completedby
with on the affected parts. Try it and you '
F. A. It was
desire hour presence Chill Corns and all Skin Erup.
we who be will be surprised at the prompt relief it
mAY mantels made for the .
Grangers tome proprietor
men And tionsfjsitivelv cures Piles, or noIt
eling; : will
cordially affords. The treatment cure
most same
Sunray are of Moonstone Grove abort live miles
cift over t. is guaranteed to give ,
in our and worship I pay rheumatism. For sale by Ackerman &
out down the river.
inmeU to oomu refunded
l"erf faction,or money ;
Stewart> dru *
;gid5. The woods used in the construction
with us. j* price ms per box. FoV sale by ,
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llEVTJ. CXAUENCE NEWMAX, LowlCLSE. of these mantels are cypress, trimmed I4 Of Box Coats, Reefer-
*-.. Pastor. Death o/ W. H. JCoseoe. y rith black walnut, the contrast of Jackets

llt.tC411 r"l1ut.. lOcen tsatGriffizetS. George 1*. F.wl.r. The sad announcement of the death which is very Dretty. They were shipped Long and 3-4-

ThrJil pyl Tb friends of Major George of Wm. II. Roscoe, last Saturday yesterday, and Mr. Gerber will Capes, at

: ," '. FoJ..1 i be pleased to learn that evening by drowning must be numbered place them in position to-day.

A CARD FROM ENQUIRER udg has been peremptorily or- among the saddest events in the history -
It's not to and ,
very pleasant cough ;
Editor TalatkTllme.I articles C leredjSuprerae Court. to rescind of our city. It Is true that Mr. hack, Lg- .

A* a wrUfcr ut one of the 1 tie o disbarment, and restore Roscoe had not been a resident of To suffer pain in chest and back, -

which ''Hon.V.. U. Bowen states 1 urn J rney in his court. Palatto very long but the prominent Many people could stop it, for sure I PRIGS P LOWER TIIkN N EVER.
written by one man, I beg spaceto One Cure.P. .
By
simply using Cough
were did not replv to his Ma lee will therefore resume part. he took in the organization of a ,
that I for one
[ F. Peek.
wordy say talk because be is too small I Istame. its pi i ibis city. He will enenct \- band for this place, and his superior ,

i If the "honorable"Legislature gentleman on I ible in building it up. ability as a musician brought him at. An honest Swede "tells his story in

I is making race for the the Criminal Court Th< was formerly a lawyer in once into public notice. plain but unmistakable language for
uboltsh DRESS
I his.effort to produced is an unluckymen. IllUo[ pun his removal to this He was, born at Lancashire England the benefit of the public. "One of my GOOSe
fizzle
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the EXQUIUEB. State [int of sickness, a resolution .- 1833. He was married in early chrilden took a severe cold and got the FIXE IMPORTED CA3IBIIIC$-Such: as Surah Serges, Storm Serges?
o was pissed by the lawyers and after several of domestic Bedford Cords Broad Cloths Henriettas
life Cashmeres
old soldiers, who con t rated c strict at their brother'sdeparfishcense years croup. I gave her a teaspoonfull ohamberlaIu's !' ,etc.

: Many diarrhoea while in the service, dates back to happiness sustained a terrible affliction : : Cough Remedy, and in SPECIAL BARGAIN-54-inch Drees Flannels,only 3&:., worth 6.c. .

chronic been pennsurntly cured of 1851. in the death of his wife and five children five minutes later I gave her one Blankets and Comfortables. Underwear for Everybody. Silks and Velvets 1

javc since Chamberhun Colic, Cholera and terMUDc J.yeDt. all occurng! from diphtheria. Soon I. more. By this time she had to cough, and a Very Choice Line of Dress Trimmings.McLarty .
by Actjfrrnan after this sad event he entered the the in her throat. Then
Remedy. For sale by Mod being the seventy*fourth op gathering f
iarrhoea
{ A Stewart. Dru'- SisU.If I annivl the oirthday of Mrs. E. British army and served three years'- asa : she! went to.sleep and slept good for fifteen Brothers, _
musician. I .
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minutes. Then she and
you feefduil- lry\cup of thai ex party was tendered to ; He next came to America and served I vomited then eke went back got to bed up and e-23.tr Leaden of Styles and Fashions .
;
Ecx'it beautiful: home the
E. S. 2 on I
at
lent Crruosr TEA two years as a musician the 17.:S, A. slept good for the remainder of the
immediate
MBCially imported from :England by5crs.Martyn& I.KiDgj bout 8 o'clock neighbors m- After this he wab a member of'the celebrated : night. She got the croup she second
The pf
_ ; Co., Orlando. Winchester and Colts armory night and I gave the same remedy withthe .
IVest Te -known. Mr. Neck U sole snrprised by an irrup-: bands and played also with the Gilmore same good results. I write this because FALL OPENING

Win rslalka.. Persons into her an -- I rooms etek her with mans taught in Missouri, and Missisippl in the same need and not know the
f- Pre 1e Ae&1- heart' sions of rood wishes 1892 be residedin true merits of this wonderful medi-
fire hose, 1 t'or two years prior to "" '
e article relative to rotten. Texas must for a
published in laaL.reek'of our,city fatftws. since trlUies. These fnonds last Match,where secured position Moines, Iowa. 50 cent bottle for sale
bate enlightened some Coun were rfc her in her usual warm I.. assistant bridge tender, on the J. St by Ackerman &:; Stewartdrugm isl.S.
of the City
At a met-ting specially and h ;r. A. & H. Ry., in this citv. Soon after Goods Stora
night, called The V.u "Above the Claud"
cfl Wednesday spent in a most enjoyable coming here he commenced to organize
this purpose, a committee was of appointed feet of in social intercourse, a band. His ability as a musician atonce \Ve regret that, owing to a lack of

to ascertednrid number of same.Mr. remini uric, etc. At about became apparent to our citizens, lime and space, we are unable this
boat the cost 10.30 4is were served,shortly who lent him and his organization wee to give a detailed accouqt. of the LEADER OF LOW PRICES.

II.. Jack Wells, cf San Mateo, was after l company separated, their encouragement.! A beautiful bandstand play,"Above the Clouds," as renderedby
with
blies for many "happy built under his direction. of in the
was Having many years experience Dry Goods Business, and
weft.Ileadrickson home talent
in town this return y highly delightedwith The band under his leadership made at Fry's Opera House,

&; Danfortb, two veteran tlimment.Notiin e wonderful progress, and our citizens Friday night last. Next issue will contain Buying our Goods for Cash,we can afford to offer you these Inducements r

"come to felt proud of addition to the city amuse- a minute description ot the entertainment
grin and heave of the advertisementof One Lot Of 3S-inch All Wool Camels Hair Dress Goods, Regular
because who knew Mr. Roscoe
Every one
ments.
"with their gu with each character.For .
aetb feud or disagreement, as is generally trotter C. In, confectioner and as the leader of the band feels asad the satisfaction of all l concerned, Price, 75 cents ; Our Price, 50 cents.!
any: k. Mr. Ilowton has
the cause of "come together [ loss in bis unfortunate death. however, we will conclude with the assertion Lot Of 40-inch All
One Wool
but in this instatce these replenil>ck In every line. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.I I that Crepe Cloth, Latest Styles, Beautiful
in Kentucky, I : in our opinion, this entertainment -
gentlemen have united their brains, AU bfcie scalp, tetter sores, At a meeting of the Palatka Cornel. was one of the best ever presented Shades, Regular Price, .I.5 ; Our Price, 85 cents.

ability and capital, in order and to locksmith supply and daij, falling hair checked Band, held at their hall Tuesday night, : by amateur talent. One Lot Of Wool
,
with a gun .
our abltshment people complete in every branch. ; hcl,8 prevented by use- the following preamble and resolutions Leo Jacobson, of Jacksonville, is intown cents; Price 60 cents.

They are comfortably located on Front log Unable Sicilliau flair were adopted: / on business.We One Lot. Of Changeable Dress Goods Great
a Xovelty Regular- '
will be glad to welcome Renew* ,
has
street where they I Whereas, It pleased Almighty
call. glad to note that Price, 50 cents; Our Price, 35 cents. .
are
anyone who may Seve communications God, in His wise providence, to remo'e our friend
appreciates the! and oth nt I from our midst our valued and E. C. Kelly plumber, tinner and gasfitter Just Received, A Beautiful line of "The Styles" in Eiderdowns

)In. \Vm.however Bolinger neat and good anything crowde 19 matter have been esteemed leader, Professor W. H. : is doing a rushing business. Mr. -they are just the things for the Little Ones
fact that advertising tolet eek. Roscoe; therefore be it also full Prices from 48 cents to 75 cents.
may be, it requires Resolved, That we, the members ofthe Kelly keeps a stock of stoves,
the people know it; consequently in Mr. n, who made men- Palatka Cornet Band, do expressour tinware, etc., which he sells at prices Be sure to look at our New Assortment of the New Styles of Silks,,.

another column she has enlightened tion in :s of many kind heartfelt sorrow for our loss. that induce an investigation. When inneed Surahs, Changeable Goods, Frallle: Ottoman, Armurs, etc. We guaranteeour

the people with notice of Central her splendidly House. friend, party and kindness Resolved, That these resolutions bespread of anything; in his line give him a Prices equal to New York I'nces. .

kept little hotel, the stopping in was 10 xtended to him in on the minutes of the Band, and Blankets. We 10-4 Double
To those who contemplate and and that a copyof the same be furnished call.Mrs. Full Line of White Gray give you a "
Fal&tla day a week, a month or permanently his tamed In the death the city for publication. George Patient, as will be seen White Blanket for only $1.10. Comforts from 65 cents to 600. We cant>,
his papers
quiet, social of reeks age, regrets elsewhere in this has the .
a ,
desiring paper
and agency Goods. i
these
R. IL SEYMOUR Chairman. in
failm2 Save Money ..
his
house we can refer them to mention of the in this city of xyne," a medicine you
boarding better place,than Mrs. Bolinger'a. Sisters <<;4's Accademy, who Grand Jar?. good for almost any ailment with We have the Nobbiest Line of Millinery ever shown in Palatka, and:

no were a and at.tentive. lIe A special venire was issued by Judge which man has to battle. This medicine can make you any kind of a hat you desire, and guarantee the Prices to 00the
W. Green blacksmith and general begs opod Sisters that the comes in tabules, and is pleasant
E. ,
repairer has an advertisement in omlssio ea was purely nn- Finley Wednesday morning for a grand to take. It may be sent by mail if desired Lowest in Palatka. '
this issue which, will be read with interest intent lo jury to serve during the present term.The ,or can be furnished by the lady We show the Latest Novelties in Babies' Caps Prices from 25 centa .

by those who are needing the I.uui following are the names drawn: al her residence. to$1.00.

services of such a man. Mr. Green is II two applicatious.Mr. W. II. G. Scott, A. D. Grover, W. A. Chicago Comedy Company We consider it a pleasure to show you through our line of Goods, andlet
and an honest man to Baltimore, Md., Williams \V.R. Johnson E.Matchett
a good workman of the Bargains we will give you.
deal with. Give him a trial. Special Mutual We Inr&lar7 J. F. Davis, J. A. Davis, H. W. Pen- This Company arrived In town yesterday you judge

I surancev for gays: 'I dleton, Ed. Boyle, H. A. Causey, B.T. and, like good Democrat*, postponed I. TVYEyERy:
Democrat*JnbUUo rutI I take pie lig that two applications Delano and J. P. Grainger. their.entertainment for the purpose -

The Democrats of Palatka and I ojfrf cured me Of a or participating in the Democratic | Lemon Street Eo .
door
b
next to
struck >
The will hold -
the
ton-Jon tnbilee.
Company
nam County "beat the severe arOnTu :: A. Reward of 8500 -
and made the fluel-welkinring" boards at Fry's Opera douse tonightand Prompt attention given to all mail orders. oc28-tL;
the hew-gaw for Case of Rheumatism
Will be -
paid any
last night with their torchlight I to-morrow night, and in reciprocation -
procession and rejoicing over the Dem- in between 4 ands I which cannot be cured by Dr. it behooves our people, like good ..

t ocratic victory. It.was the largest : o'clock the residence Drummond's Lightning Remedy. This citizens, to give them a good house.

turnont ever seen in a.political demonstration oflr. \ offer 1} made in good faith by the pro The press, without exception, has TF Musical Perfectlo,
in. Palatka. I on the Heights. and there is reasonable praised the Chicago Comedy Companyand "' A b whatyoa welt la barb*. rfaa.,,
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no excuse -
crowd was The only prietors. members. WTlttna about r .
The large and enthusiastic ed,however.was its gentlemanly <% (
addressed from the ctoops of the Putnam Mr. Ewi This is strange, for any one to suffer longer. Any For the first time in the history of s o.._.. Lowest New York Price*"

House by Hon. Robt. W. Dans, too. aa iles ordinary case will be cured by ene bot Palatka will be presented that sensa-
lying
were
Judge Vertices, Judge \ffigg, Judge around tMien tle. In addition to the reward for tional drama, "Monte Cristo."
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W. M. Dave, lion. Benj. l'. Calhoun, STEINWAYJT ..
difficult the is always
cases, money refunded TEA
rrlUt CEYLoN -A delicious
Dr. B. E. Morgan and others. Captain |ained by breakIng .
N. n. Perkins,a weB known and respected withExit ;a window glass. where the remedy fails to cure. flavor! Something new in Florida. Im-

Republican, was called on, and was the front door, The price of a bottle is $'S, and that is ported specially from London, England ai..t lbw

made a good, sensible talk. He stated the burg [ride open. the cost of a cure. Drummond Medicine for Rogers, Martyr &:; Co., job -
majority Co. 48-50 Maiden Lane New
Mr. Cleveland's overwhelming ,
thai The Ci] broughtan ben Orlando. E. S. NECK,
was given him by Republicans Busline York. Agents Wanted. ,
who were not tatisued with their eno esday. She has oc2-: Agent In FaUtka.ilangold We are Wholesale Southern Agents
considered that Grover was splendid The arrangement of that Tammanytiger JbrBMM celebrated UMtnun ati.aa4 you oaa buy from Masailr r
.party. He of the Democracy, a r. in Riles window is something .will "talk about it" next ckeaplrf aod.afelr fe?aui n.M la ptaoo. lsk

not but the only common President eoplrfof'our- country. Rt [sh paln. good. lTake a look.at.it. week.: Look out for his advertisement. LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah Qa. nU.a

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ryes inat utazea ID eqiuu anger ana "are you ewer IOU Mtw-umr' I '

amazement. ere' To-night. ? In "Saw whom Bessie what da yon : ', N N.eeN.H N ....HN NNNH '
this house?" know Mrs. Gray cried. "The Little PutnAu" : :

f w r YI "Why not, dear lie is an old friendof But Carolyn Clay stopped her with a : :
mamma's, and popular herewith gesture imperious :
very beyond question,and SAMPLE BOOM !
both sets." turning to McKee, said, hoarsely: i iCl ..
"Why not? Do they not know that- "Go on. Tell me alL" LEMON 8TREET.I'ALA.TKA.1' .

Why Bess JU was the-" With blaa- "" "I know no more."he answered. "On Full Line of(Oiolr Wine,UqQO n4 : MCCULATC THE .
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are always la Stack.oc :
i i Ing eyes, clinched hands, and laboring ly this note was left forme by unknown i STOMACH. DYER AND BOWELS. :
t bosom, Miss day stopped suddenly. hand ten minutes since." trOn1erslrom CclGatrI'romp lulled : .

I What it was she herself could not have The woman seized the crumpled note -3m CHAS. H RKA, Pro Moe. PURIFY THk BUOOD. :
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; ? told; but again that Inner something- eagerly bending over the firelight and I......I.EWaLE.... JEIIEDY FOR :
I stronger than her impulse and indignation reading rapidly. Then pressing her "WAT Dowx rros as'3wasce n. wart,>>7.-BUs.--......c......11.. .._...(._So .
dominating her helpless will- hand hard her sN.d.. Iher T_. ,
j over eyes, she stood an -. Bed C..I..... :
whispered: "Peace: be stilir: She stood instant still and cold only heaving White fculplmr I : ol.a.I.. Breath .... all .......Dy.nt.... of.t.rr..
OKADE4flEAKtk4f silent, rooted to the spot, staring at her bosom and deep breath telling of sore et..wl,U,..ad ... ... .:

( II friend. struggle to be calm. Again she bent .=I:::::== uwt ril.ba : :

"I knew you would be surprised,,"the down scanning the paper closely, her Springs ltel. : MI.w :-r::..
IPrf6.y Ae9 DY I S.'PPiMflr'CO arc Pl/SL4IIS A3P Jrteree IR1AI (Assort other went on. "And really, Caro you eyes burning each word into her brain. :.. --10\THE ee..a a4d,.,, "l tad :

do seem to recollect well, consid- Then, leaning her head RIIANR CHEMICAL co. :
CHAPTER VIL very upon the low W. T. KINO, Mans It slaves 1'nUT, :
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Tiwcuxo Tar kuiM. I 1 ering your denial just now. If a mere mantel, covered by one hand she held ......................YOu. crry .
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The musical had broken tip early name carries such talisman I do not the note to Bessie with the other; and i WHITE SPRINGS, >IUDA. .......

and the Gllmor Gray mansion was Q wonder so much at your unfeminine she understanding the command, read
tiflttlj closed. Not one light shone curiosity as to that unselfish hero who in tremulous voice the fateful message -, SPECIAL RATES WHIT:: BY SULPHUR WTEK: al 0 ItALY O 'TK. Re W. & W. M. DAVIS,

from its tall brown front, and the very tl saved you at risk of a halter." : BEATE WATER: ia the SeatS IP dte-

aerranU' quarters were dark and still Over Carolyn Clay's face, now pale as "Do not start to-night South bank chirjrtnK Cures diseases over :of,all-kinds Knonpr I .*__-tf ATORNEYS AT CAW

as the clock of the church: hard by death once more swept thoughts too swarms with stragglers. Roaser struck. I rfickman-Kenntriy-

clanged out twice upon the night. swift and complicated for translationby Show her this and wait advke. She Block Lemon Strew I

Bessie Westchester had soon left her i- the inexperience that watched it should obey warning from one who Palatka. Fla. e2-17 I

hidden guest, to mingle brightly again But seeing them the younger woman i prayed her to pray for his souL" M. J. Mur y. ---

with those below; but never had the I ceased badinage and rising quickly Dead silence was on the little group. E. HASKELL I

cordial hospitality of that fair maidenof passed loving arms about the tall form No one spoke nor moved and the stillness ,

her whole household, in fact-really nestling her head upon its tumult-tossoJ grew almost unbearable as the disappointed L .A. "VST Y' E.R

found so "sweet" that proverbially bosom. woman struggled fiercely eBriar
11 I J I nor.
a Inncblar/lered "old word good-by.! "Forgive me,darling" she whispered, with herself for the mastery.At -

Necessary sequels of a feast properly softly. "I was silly thoughtless. I, length she raised her head, turn Om .-second street, oppoette Germ Hoes

I too, know what it is to care for someone ing full to them a face pale aDd deep- PALATKA. FLORJPA.
looked to, though unusual haste fora Were I separated from Willie-" lined but firm and hard as the hollow WHOLESALE AND ...
Rj
notable housekeeper, Mrs Gray had almost Miss
ylaJ4 Abruptly roughly Clay voice that said:
dismissed her willing servants to rest; / ignored the caress and repudiated the BEArJ."T
"I will obey. He were viler than Satan WINES UQUORSAND RS. y's
and a little later her husband had suggestion. did-he lie now-to me _" .

quietly locked the door leading from "You are wrong-utterly wrong, The effort of the soul was too great Agent for the celebrate lV"| Harper CELEBRATED:
their wing to the family section of the "
child! she cried. "I do not care for
for the tried flesh. Suddenly she swayed, & Silvester Whiskies. full line
dwelling.** that-that man. On the contrary. I staggem forward a step and would of the best brands at the I J prices. Pianos and Organs.
I may disappoint some colored lodge hate-despise him. lIe is not fit to let have fallen had not Willie McKee
caught
"
for he had remarked to his wife *
once your feet spurn him-far less to touch her dead fainting, in his arms. VVJ:1.ls: : ;Tsr Par Causes, aAtfess.
as he pocketed the key: "but to-night your hand. Does not your mother,know

even our own eyes and evs are dangerOus suspect" Rye.J.IISOB.S DANIEL' F. BE4TTY *-.???.?, N. oJMEN
to trust to." [TO BE CONTI t1ED.] .1 aw
{ 'bat? eule'. wide
eyes grew Silver Wedding... ... .... I. 2 m
And now Bessie Westchester, her be- ..I. 3 m
wits wonder the other sud Silveterltye R'loare WEAK
paused
as ER\"Ors.
coming ball-dress changed for a loose Standard"A A"Bourbon.I. 4 00 ILITATXD who n.
CONSUMPTION CITKKD. is folly
bat equally becoming wrapper, again 44 ASD NOT EVES TO KNOW HIS !TAME(", denly. "Why, Carol! I never saw you J.W.Harper..1.800 Ipso.n.e bare triJled away thetr IDd
so excited-so worked up. It must indeed An old physician, retired from practice -o- J ng..r. and )IAN
nettled on the floor close to Carolyn HOOD, anafag
Clay, who waited calm and resolute" as slant; and if you two ever meet be something terrible Tell me having had placed in his hands by The Jug Trade a gp ci Count rl i apwa the wetb of life tMDle, desire
He.dacpe
the minutea sped; on with feet thatseemed again- pltate!" an East India missionary the formula orders solicited. -tf't J he.Ikeaditl tees,.. R'.kaeo.of flU
Miss face darkened and her of similar for the ry. ''tIDJ'1eafoOD the fuse,sad ..
leaden-shod to her anxious sus "God forbid that Carolyn Clay rose Clay's a vegetable remedy aU die rrT .K,
pense. And below, her mother and to her feet, towering taller in the flick breath came hard and quick. She speed and permanent cure of Consumption tend nforlt'R/NIK decay.0 LITEteealedifre Cousumpttosorin'satrv: with,
I. clinched her hands but still she Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma paRu'ulal'l' of a hems ,..
abler moved noiselc aly about the ering firelight. "I hope never to look fiercely; ell No Crux x" Pau.
his face again!" did not speak only staring at the other. and all Throat and Lung Affections, lJIyl- DR. PARKER ae1: N. ca.
pantry, packing as 'cotapactly as deft upon Ns.hrille, elULSI
Then with she turned also a positive and radical for Nervous -
hands might, an ample luncheon into "How uncompromising you arer'! her a great effort a cure
the fiat tin case. friend persisted. "Yet you owe him sodeep deadly whites face lit by gleaming eyes, Debility and all Nervous Com-
life upon hen plaints, after having tested Its wonderful WO'Ir..1M have Iteadar.'her.

"She!" will the probabty get remov&g wet, poochild "Yes a;debt-your I owe him that-God perhaps"r help mer: "Bessie, that man islIe it was l curative powers in thousands of S Cl{ I'rtJof.wkaelJee. oar, Neuyalt4tes I'alafal Men.rrut a".r.!. .
matron said
a She turned away abruptly, as a deep who-" Memory, gratitude-whatever cases, has felt it his dulv to make it lions, Dt.oMer, and IMs I
of thin sandwichm
in erital
layer to wedge it have beenwastoo known to his .suffering fellows. Ac- roents of the{Toms and t
stronger feeling
surge of color swept her pale face. may &rnoa..lIuowrbl1'
li.esof fruitcake. "The tin is thsafeet
tOrgans.
e "Yes; I owe him a debt I can never pay much for her. Again she broke tuated by this motive and a desire to .boakJ lend ::4 IMOK or LIrE a"eased
but. dear bow little it .
me, ) free" with
; relieve human I will send oar&iea1u. fur hoots
down in her chair and suffering, Guru
holds! -neverl! I owe him escape from a apy'death 4 I sinking covering S. free N" PIoV.
I owe him-oh, Bess, I never her face with the piteous moan: free of charge, to all who desire it, Scientific Qtuliflerlenc. ..' ..... UDlhalted Tape
"But these matt go in mamma" answered this in German French .. Careful IJlafDoNtI
realized half how much until I rode Insight 4tOh God! I cannot!- an"*tl" recipe, or Eng- 0ntations aDd 1I0NtI& JttoJl .
Miss \VestchesU-r. "Dear Carol lish with full directions tor are the 8M'rMli of oar .seers', Ad.
of those dear gray jackets, SL An- Wondering more still but still deeply preparingand dross C. W. PARKER: 1'1. D..
3s"o telling when she'll see fruit cake drew's cross fluttering so gayly over sympathetic, Bessie Westchester using. Sent by mail by address- "II STANDS ATM mys Sic( Y. Cherry Xuhrnie.Ten*.
:again! (How dreadful it all is, mamma! ing with .stamp, naming this paper.W. --
them! She gazed absently into the watched this unwonted weakness of the
Only think what she tells us about A. NOTES 820 Pof tT3' Block
fire a moment, the color still warm on woman who had been her model of fearlessness DEFORMITIES !
sorghum and corn-bread] Wait; Rochester N. Y.
press
,
her face. "And Bess, when I told Cot and strength. Crow

man had said he called me a 'little she was kneeling by her side her anna of n. Hands Arms. Leg. sad Fees, tad-
Jea1JJ cured.
"Deally. wife" interposed the late close about the heaving bosom her lips
hero, said I had put Bosser under lee p 1 _
bachelor club man "you must expect pressed the glorious bowed head ---
:
est obligation that he could strike the upon RESPECTFULLY call Inn ofpaMte
her to realize that green colonel's orders Yankees in the rear and the road to "Forgive me dear! P a.. forgive I to the "CALI WR1TI a J DISFIGUREMENTS.

issued to his men to 'cook and eat the river was to me." me! I was silly even to mention him- MACHINE,renowned the for high Supel1laOQI Halt Win Marko, ) .
open of CU"TRl'CTlUS Melee etc!
ext 8t EEl>. simplicity a; -
five days' rations immedia.t.eJyr""I "I wish I knew &. he was" the worse than silly to press you so. I fAii/t ; ana bog IAHILITY valuable palslessy treatise and perfectly the remo. l. !!end for
wish they all could over there! Intently I understand" Superior MANII'OLDExi Steadies 4 on noun. Address,
younger girl persisted looking Level c. W. PARKER, M.D,
the wife retorted her wanting logic into the coals at a dimly Once more Miss Clay broke roughly and Board taut separate depression key for in e.i ter,aDd K'X mli- Si0 Y.l'herry.Nashville.TeJI.D.

condoned by a deep sigh. "Just think sketched procession with backgroundof from the circling arms. Once more she "SHU4!." All parts lau sandbar ,

of your poor brother Llowndea, Gilmor, white lace and orange blossoms. stood erect with raised bead and blazing Is still at the front! You inn This AIUUSTABLK.Machine is offered t "Rerord" RR DICTUM Dowry KEY aDd W0

starring on bacon and hard tack! '"Caro after all these dreadful daysover are eyes; no weakness on her face now- can rely on itl! It never J or"Label," but upon Its C WORTU furor of CHK'JMO* .L )DISEASE I E." .nffe eaof.ernre/

"It is good for his liver, my dear," when peace. comes ag&m.you two only resolve so fixed as to make.its line* alone. sad 1. valuable wok on their sffllctJU (Ieafed! )fre4
Prices Circular
)fr. Gray replied with a lightness belied n3 meet again. Maybe this may bring .seem hard and crueL fails to perform a cure I IDr on nts writing sad lean DIL how I'PAR they can be cured at loo., Ifdelap
Machines sold on CO. ate N
CJrual'Ss,
his brother Llowndes "Bessie Westchester." she
by eyes. "My yon closer said la NISrvru.r Ter. Boar writ.to-day
has so far in his life eaten pate and terrapin "Never! I will never look upon his cold, metallic tone ",.ou do not understand JAS. A. gent, mrbmt sPlea.e satt vuur trouble ant

r enough to bring camp-fare for the face again! The words were low and me, but-you shall Not for Bull'sCOUUI1 mh20.3u lTa. m1O-f

next ten years up to a pretty luxurious slowly spoken,but they had the solemn base selfish reason not to. protect myself ',

average." cadence of a dirge. from silly suspicion but to protect THE /

But away up In the attic hidingplaceno "Y ou cannot tell" Bessie urged. "We you and yours, so good to .me. I triZi is sold by all dealers f or2)c <| BE A N t

badinage was spoken. Carolyn Clay may all be one people again some speak! That man whose name I have

'had several times gone over the details day. No girl can read her own fate sworn shall never pass m/ lips-that Dos Vt tabled.. It m 4<
of her perilous trip across. Each time dear unless-they used to say man who has my just contempt and tom K-uinf* other the 01.J.ant reliable a' rood>r. B,.n'baa's CMC oa* 1' /101101 u 11 M Will Stearns Win Mill
ahe had spoken with naive freedom obey f remember that your willful nowhad scorn is-" STPN iMUUUon are u gouda M.uw .tKa0. ..

fears her suspense and her joy at found its master" The door opened quickly and Mrs. :. .

1"NCUe-&ll without reserve. But one I "Ilnshl! Oh! if you only knew Bess!" Gray stood in it panting from hasty. PUCULANCE'S PLUGS. The Crest Ttl.ccj Y an OR r..p..t.OLD.
thing she had never told-approachlng I There was a world of self-pity nearlyas cent and with troubled face. \j n C. A U4aU 1-f'riC.10 Ctt.: At si ....,. nf_>ttTe-i at.Il ,. Attiilltlf,

it with ready purpose only to find her I much of self-contempt. In the wom- "Caro Willie is here. r.111a1Itt&. 1

lips close and a throbbing somethingJust I an's low tone. "Dear child living as "Thank God I am ready The lightof uf-..t.p.*' *at wurrt
beneath her throat which she could battle on her face melted into tender [Mt11.Nr 4
,,,.,, 1xLtrr u1it.
not controL longing; hope to be realized swept FREDERICK BARCLAY 101 artola
She had never explained that the man I away thought of right and justice as airs. dal,u f r prank.w tatim.w. by

who had saved her at risk of instant the words brought plainly before her our etc d..nifornt"YOs
Ia treat.1nR
traitor's doom was himself a renegade S the wide,dark river, the yearning loved abw.andT

doubly a traitor to the cause that made ones far beyond. aiaNoose B Paint r n i a Trrltor1e,um.nlal.. I.

him so, by that very set Far less baa "Stop, dear," the matron said stopping ..led,podttp.I -
the been able to frame the two words f with a gesture the quick grasp for OUR NEW BOOK. rally Ir BOMITBtAT um..Ntsesll.y.ataa.

of his name, once sweetly familiar to hat and gloves, the careful instinctive star, Teeub.YB Da. Tan./,
and Paper r HanRin a Elc.PALATKA c .,
L. b..I u tut as dr
her lips now bitter as Dead sea fruit touch for precious packages sewed into i ERIEMEDICA .at..

upon them. the skirt "Willie most see you first
Often-after Bessie had listened with Some difficulty has-" FLA. ORGAN

sighs and tears of sympathy then left "Difficulty? Oh do not say he comes ,, S9 or arOOOn -
Orders received at Central note 1cUlare, cats Logue,
her--Carolyn Clay would upbraid her to disappoint me!" The color hope had
conscience for this -confidence to driven to the jrirl's face droDned- -ont.. h'lU a ". w Jersey.

friends so tender and so loyal even now leaving it ash"h ;. lips quivering The lightest, strongest, most durable,

risking so much for her. And then her soundlessly."Not For Sale or Rent. has been built and in constant ute 'or

eon-scionce would argue not without a I = so bad as that I hope," Mrs.' FORMPILYYOUNG years, has stood the test of tim> is

quihblc, that it was so unnecessarythat Gray answered, gently; and steppingto THE SARATOGA HOTEL PALATKA suitable for alt classes of work Ask
it could but disgrace his name for the door she called softly, and Willie MLD MEN for illustrated matter giving description *

those true ones who bore it so well- McKee tiptoed into the room. FLOKIDA. III flay II Tm H.k.t f"S.*.tkt It IISIAS.*lM.km (.. of our wheel made with mallabJ

that this one exposure could do no good.So His face was grave and troubled his a a ..c Mif.Ur iron felloes, strongest and lightest

the girl reassuring herself. i In manner wholly changed from the boyish TillS POPULAR known HOUSE to the toarUt'80 WELL and traveling AND- SHAK RAID SNAKES* rtvcU wheel in the trade.

'woman's way that no lingering thought exquisite who had lounged from public,i.offered ferule; or It can be leased er sa/.r.rrxlrit/ i We build all sizes of both (I'ow... a. I

of his past, no pity for herself, mixed that house two hours before. Those u it now stands nnfurnl'bed. rmitare, NEW BOOK pumping mills general W 111,1! Mi. ". -
The ranges standing
owner might
with the moire-Accepted her wish asher were days that made many men play or even ttroagDoot and complete, if sattofac- ? ,It4 tI..eweA..py.1St. plies of all kind Tank work or nf:
duty and was silent And Bessie strange parts; and Willie McKee was a Cory term went offered. ..... kuid a specialty. Goods are fully guar-.
full and terms, apply to )aleta..t u.
\r eat,
own brain-built little romance that the MISS CLAY'S XTXS wean BTTDTI TUX "It disappoints me, Miss Clay almostas so5- Palatka fU. U.a.taat TREATMENT.tTns, Will give farmers aDd others wholesale -

lfaerinc and grave peril had beenincurred ncrxTBE is rile: rmx. much as yourself he said quietly."I worst eases..1ra prices where we have no agents.

by some federal officer for askof had set my heart on getting you JACKSONVILLE n..1 ise a.re.Yuri.. 5.Saks. !.-. Send for our large 72IUUSLrated
you live seeing only what you see, it !shard I .. .1 I./l Catalogue and ment.on this
her friend's helplessness In danger- across to-night; and I believe know paper.
indeed to understand Amid you /, Sir tilt,,.,.
perhaps she told herself for Bake of her us. that to do I would risk is.. atsM.4 wIlanakw
so
anything, Address all
fair .ilOe. the privations,suffering' the danger save one your capture." I Steam D !inR& GlBaninWor( [ [ s errs/ cIIlarItorn0leara5CASTS a..u.t. .sat.a.walal.rr corresooodence to the
around me I should be worse than base a .N.Utat.r..t...
And now the dark eyes of the listener to think of such Once "I must always risk that," the girl .r.... G..wr STEARNS MAXUFACTUIUXG CO. I Imh2
stood wide, and her gentle bosom heaved light things. cried impatiently. "I have no fear. :Xewnaa 8U bet.Bay and Tortjto. M r..1 tt.Mr...
.tf
perhaps, I was very different"-the red ERIE MEW FF .ON.Y. ) Conneraville Ind.U. S. A
Come, let us start( .
rapidly under the loose folds of the glow burned on her face once more, the
wrapper, as she heard the twice-told firm lips trembled an instant, ere she "Not until you know all," the man ONLY PLACE OF THE. KIND IN FLORIDA. I. L. Purcell

tale for the last time, as she believed went on i1'&nly-"but, even then answered, firmly. "Ordinary danger ,

followed the night escape through the those rumors were idle. would not deter me, of course. Everything Ladies'and Gents Wear of every description!

driving sabw,welcomed the slow-coming "Forgive me dear. I believe Oh! is ready-medicines packed leaned<< or Dyed. ATTORNEY

dawn and V"iUed at the first sight ofEos&er's Caro, I forgot; serious things drove it passes secured. But, remember, this tVPaitiesending goods by express I pay

advance out of my head; but teM do you suppose time your capture would be more serious charges oneway. And CowucDor at Law oppo U.tb* Gut

"What noble selfless hero!" the was here to-night?" than ever before. You are under H. BALLOU, Proprietor. H.-

younger girl cried after a longdrawnsigh "IIow should I guess?" There was gravest suspicion." yl-tf FLA.ty IU prsctu la an Courts. rALATKA

of relict "And not even to know more of weariness than of interest in "Yes, I know. But, oh, I have been --- taO-tl

his name) /would hare had more curiosity Miss Clay's reply; but inborn courtesy M careful!-seen no one. Sone could

even then. But he mutt be a gen forced the addition: "I" am such a dream"Your I was presence here." in Baltimore Is] FOR MEN JBffli I
Carol Base blood exile
tleman would never strLDg'er-&n -now. rIP .
known
have risked so awoh been so tender "An old friend of yours: and a verygood McKee answered gently. GnenlaalilJL7011.Dun1tY r I
"How or by whom. God only knows""Snownr ,f BodyaacKiaJ, Eff* tf
and trewe'-tTta for your eyeTMl one, too. they said. Frankly I doe Lrnner
Only the one word from i I __5..'.a."K. arz.seaat.04sTa", I
w Clay's eyes were sindying'J not like him. though U may be 'Dr. her white lips. .....-"I. '.."%.O"nut!: a''a5PaarWs5051.a ,
pictures IB the fire. A half sigh t.rem1. Pell. I think a* should be in the army ..a..t ae11 ISGiltt-/sa.G.r.M : th.s. itr.
.It' her lips: but she stifled it as she nr annyl! But otherwise he's Just "Yes; and more than that," he wenton I'' s.wtl....$...M.N.t".a..e Mai,","."" Me.Mr..., 4f.nr1)hM' Caveats.sad Tnde-X ark*obtained,and all Pateet. -
,, Guess"e ,calmly. "Some one knows that you 'slew ERIE MWICAL CO.e U"ALOH.1. a&bul_ CIOIICIaded for IIICIentw .
red. sskli splendid. .
&n leave Oar OtIee II OPt Olil. u.
to-night by what route and that i S.Piteirt OSee.
"}le waa a gentleman before h "It would be useless," Miss Clay an- I aid we tala serer patent be left Ume t.baa those
in. Vlrjrmir:'s onetniov"* twrred absently, glancing at the clock. go with.fOUo 4 I ED I r Senate from Wuhingtoa
j J The girl's face whiter still her rA'I" REpv Cures ail mad Monthlyirngnlatit tad model drawiq w phntA. with deecrlp
kit "Thank Heaven it is two 'clock.o. ." grew ; "lint Caro. they were not eneJbi8. o a't.j rWhitesPainin Up.kstabsf or act,tnm of
.. Bessie lips moved without sound but her eyesft&a.hed lcnk i... [kare Oar See tot dn..unpateat Is..cared.
\ could
you never guess, : th.feeble,builds
_ysnrtst : ::i'.oI&k= Back or S A PawfMetBow
into Bessie's with blue of Theof t. 5 7$w to Obta1. Patests"with
-No,, tMenalferb not; only l"no'1.- ran on. full of her romance. "It was a accusing tar w.aab& aw __...... 0... .... 1,... optbawh sturedthodlaads aa.e.ofacasl thesis It yosrhtatl, tastyot
the other mn.errs(, with sudden fierce l"yto:1oo query in them Then, .still aeat.wtn.bowtb.raelgaw.Ya.nentkt'treatn.oe. pa.. um.: *Y.+ **r.Cu *: and will c at$ ban It. Send tows.seat tea.. Addz s,
staring at her the 'firm will'mastered
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"Peyton Fitiinghr .nUTJ TREATED it MAIL. COHrlOUTUL for Nera.
ness. emotion so far that she 'whispered,'\ ---. .., -....... mgr Wit tamp.I.A'. I. Ili C.A.SNOW&CO.
But it h **M he never told you his Carolyn Clay wheeled round upon the ........... w. _....-.- Loaltrtn.
name. It wovld have token but an ia- sitting girl, tweringong,over her._with hoarsely IL L ..r.Nfett 1"NI1.n iSWLL GlUlIU. o".Ie !Meat OHe.WislM. .....L c.,





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A- ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT' codeuce INTERLACHEN Palatka Times.INTERLACHEN ITEMS.. flroeori*.-Wb.MARKETS..l..*l.. CONSUMPTIONIn SCHOOL BOOKS \

-is conduCted by November 8. .Corrected Weekly by Gay Bra,Corner Kirby itsearly
This Department who and Kirkland streeu.1

MORRIS, County Lecturer, T. W. Ralph, our County Super- Extra KT Sugar at........... .............._ stagescan .

LEWIS U alone retpons\b1e! for Its utttranCeL"fen In> nt of Schools, elect,was a visitor Flour Wheat,Fintr&teDta-... .. .. ....WraterD.... .... ..Spring.. .....*4JO to b.ro be cured And School
1 Flat, Second Patent do do 4.23 to 4.73 Supply
toitowu a few days ago. Mr. Ralph Dry-Salted Meats-Western Bellied, by the
never likely to settle a around in MO pound boxes... ...... ......... el,to[tai promptuse \
are a. tiey dlscusett set to be a prime favorite Western Bellies offlyer's

,uesuon rightly as when thfcion\ If the county elections aretp 250 pound boxes:... .' ... ..'' ..... S4 to -AT-
;
Smoked Meat*-Fancy brand dew .
freely.Maculay.DIRECTORY )ken as evidence. YoikCityJIam.. ..... 12% to 13 .
i do Western Ham... ...... 11 to 12/4 Cherry Pectoral
TIlE ORD16R. JT. B. Ward, of Indianapolis, arrijact do Shoulders......... ... ..- 8 toe
.or- week to spend the winter do Picnic Ham....... .... s to 10 It soothes Cochrane's Book Store.New .
Cheese Fancy Full CreAm( .Y.State) 12 to
nATE oaG.urt&AnoJl. j'etMr. Ward visits the South this Butter Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 23 to 26 the inflamed
ItlloBytFto.WftSaC Syrup-Floridaper gal .. 30 to tissues,
A. r.1\Ukl.TADgeriDet Faa. for his health.D. New Orleans MoUsse.::::.:::::.::: 39 to 40 Location! New Goods Lowest Price

.Ii.. V{. AtWnS. c la.l'1LTJ'e&IIureI' se Rice-good.... .... .... ........ ... .... 4 to % aids expectoration,
....... A.)loore._ l'eo Orien 1"1& ) E. Peacock has returned Rice Carolina Cboic................ I to & ,
Secretary........-...VV.C.S.; \Week DIt.,CWpley'Fa in New Fancy.... 64 toCracker and hastens Our.5c. Tablet Can't be Beat.
lecturer............* frier summer sojourn, *- ..k.i'N.; *
y| Standard XXX..bod 5Lemon recovery:

reWAMConrTTW-A-OATio.ident. HoUiswr; YTown.eD& A.. |in Poor and wife are again here Ginger Cracker Soap..::::::..::. i'' Dr. J. C. SPECIAL PRICES TO TEACHERS. We have a New Stock of Di i1. '1-

T. W. Ra1Ph. pret' ItUl:; 0. L.Wbit.cOlDtt. Condensed Milk-Eagle .............. 7 JO to .... Ayer & Co. STATIONERY, &c., and will be glad to have the pets le of llitoau I-UL'
IIfItret&l'1-tre&MrerI Ide i Le.i. toll the winter in their Florida Cliao>!ion......... 4.15 to.... call and see our stock.
I do do Bet)Urand......... 4.80to.... Lowell, Mass.
Yowls. ppanrcr.r.Wu. hot Highlann Brand..small......... -2Sto .... Through our large Northern House we have a great advantage luj >>avirv
ATE WDGEg.pALATL. Mary Whipp arrived last week MouroeBrand small b-u.... ....... too to... and will give our wholesale and retail customers thfll benefit.
SUOORD do do Anglo Sw4+,12os.. 3JO to .... ORDERS
fronton, to spend the winter with XwYorkMilkCo-s.llox.at ...3.71to.... BT MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENEDTO. Respectfully,
Prise See. Canned Goods-Calif. Apricot,Jib.. 2.20 to .... County and City Directory.
L BDflOa rreal eat: Joseph be per, Dr. O. S. Whipp.l do Green Gage,,.,.,,. 2.2010 ....

retAf1.C. sax XAYBOo : Mrs. B. Gillett are with us Feaches-3 do Tale Plums Yellow,2.Ib.. :::::: 22oto.1.73 to ....... SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO.

Tirades[. Bar' act the winter from their home do -2 Ih. TAble Yellow......... lZto.... COUNTY OFFICERS:
.1. WeRi. preei4eD'; O. R. do SlUPie........ .... ......... 113101.21 Judge Criminal Court of Record
n\al'f 8. in }, Minn. Canned do Fish-Fresh Alaska ColumbLWnr Salmon.... .... 1.4310..10 Glllis, EIIq.Countl -Irving LemonlStreet( next door to AcKernian ct Stewart Drug Stare, Palaika F.a.: \

rst7TLA>
W. )(. wmwn'. F j t1u4; lalday at the Town Hall for Mackerel....__. .... 1.00to.... Clerk-J. X. BlackweU. Spafford. .
American Sardines,
FI'11ltJ&D4. .OLUITK&o thJt of the Missionary Society. in oil.................. 4.00104.25 Judge County Coun-Joseph E. Baldwin.Esq. ,
Yann'Ulr 9.F. Bslet. I Uttle Neck Clams.... IJSto.... County Commissioner C. Chairman Passenger Schedule.
Butler.
G. W. )lotH. Ide.te. It rand success In every way, Lobster... .......... 2.10 to .... T.X. \
)bDa11fte.LOlIQ ; Gautier L. U. lorgan. H. 8. Min-
.ere\&f1. n&d Canned Vegetable*-Xo.3 Tomatoe 96 to 1.10
aLpCtf_ __-'In.. W. T B financially. LT. do 'Xo. 2SugarCorn........: 80 U)1.40 ton W. P Bowen. The Board meet the first
.canton, preii4e.te }i&DDcn..w. .n do N0.2OkrsandTctnatoes.1.4010.... Tuesday In each month. : THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN old FlOR IDA RAilROAD
.1. 1' 8&DDt"tu.. do :No.2 }I&rrowre&l....... J.JOto JO
,ere\al'f. Clerk Circuit Coun Frank
(111er. do No. 2 Early June Peae..15010 ... Wright.
".KEJL YCMetkln ILJroa"ALIt. E'SiTle.s do Xo J Boston Baked Bean 1.60 to .... 8beriJr-J'amH H. Shelley. SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLORIDA.Taking
W. hoop. deut do Xo.3 Boston Brown Bread 1 j60 to*... County Collector-Frank H. Blanchard. .
H. c Y Coffee Green Rio ... ..... ............ IT to .20 effect OCTOBER 1C,
do Roasted Rla................... J4to M County Treasurer L LiUenthaLCounty 1SW2. Standard Time j th )f rich&ll.
;1 Kcresry' Table Irish 1 oatoee--per barreL..... 2 JO! to 2.W Assessor-WVM. William
.1. "ar1DeDtn,prr-,de.lorw&. otherel pplea.iper barrel........ ....... 3.00 to 3. 8Cabliage Supervisor of Registration H. Merryday. SOUTH BOUND.Leave .
0. l+ DjAl t.Loc"ette !iorwalk.. do ........ ......
Red Onions do .... .......... 2.73 to 3.2S BOARD OF PUBLIC IN3TRUCTIOX. Chicago. 4.00 pm lave Nashville ... 9 M
p.sldent tctltt.reolel. ; .1. r. Boyd complaints Yellow Onion.,per barrel...... 2JO to'.2'T08Aooo. F. D. Ackennan Chairman John II. Harp, Leave Lave St.Evansville Lout:::::::::.::::::::::::::: TJBpm uopm I Leave Leave Chattanooga Atlanta. ... .::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: : .. :;.1.term pus am
Arao\d.
La .1. d and prevented ,OCAEOTE,ETC. John P. Wait Alex. Stuns, Secretary. Leave Nashville........ .......... .. ...... 7...am Leave Macon. .... .... .... .. tu.uam
seerearyPenteL
Leave Chattanooga....... .... ..........1141pm Leave Mason Janetkm........ in tel
II11'T1lCOTOJI. )Irs. A.. he prompt Duke Cigarettes 10....................$3.65 Superintendent Board of Public InstructionA. Leave Atlanta ejwpm Leave Cerdele... .M am
W.U. ( 'e. prMi4enn..tiDctODi Sensation Cut Plug.2 os.. 30 .Strauss Leave Macon::::::::::::::::::: .:::.:.:nlo.napm Leave Tifton..::::::::::: ::: : GU i pm

TowD eDd., eeereArf' lisuUuttens.nAYA fof Seal of North CarolinaSo;::::.::::: 66 CITY OFFCERS. Leave Marwn Junction...................10,39 i>m VaUfeeta.......... .... .. 4.-T pm

lelroM ; Larriee. k Cathartic Pills Gravely ll At I Hancock* Miller and Champ all leading Carter.grade Lucy Minton at con, Mayor Martin Griffin,Jr. 1.eaceTUton.Leave Oordele:::::::::::::::::::::::::::ajam J2.41an ArrtysLaarCky.Leave Jasper........:,.... : :.......:. ... .i.tl. :: pin

La 'WbitoolDb paefden' tract pricel.Richmond Aldermen-Wm. R. DeWItt President; S. J. Leave VaUocu.......................... 43am Ar,Mol.......... .. ... ,.If. pn
0 }\aD..... Cheroot*-per box....... 3.75 Kennedy, Wm. Inn G. W. Basoett, A. UIIDa.P. Leave Jasper............................ 6.4.1aa Arrive.) pm
Old Virginia Cheroots-lief box...... a.25 Arrive Lake City ... .................... IJI5 am I'm
Soar-Col Ate' Uctagou..single box A. Pratt Joseph R. Dunn, Samuel Lyon, rrive Jacksonll.e........... ........ .. 7..)am
== lot*.... ... .... .... ........ ........... ..00 Robert Riled,A. T. Capen I. L. Nrcd1..1. 8. Arrive Palatka........... .... ........... s.eoan.
BtJLLETIN }o O. So late the liver, Colgate's Oetagon..five box lots..... iflo LaRoche George Foster.
do do teD box lotl...... 3JCupid
OE,1 so the stomach, American Family and other brands a.t City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price. BOUND.Leave .
FLORID FRUIT EXCII market Iricet.Iatchetnrtlt. Collector-M.W.Stewart
OFFICE 'iLLE, NOV. ) reatly assist ) Courtney,Blue Hen Peerless Treasurer-R.J.Adams.
JACKSON the mart and Cat ann Mouse at manufacturer 1.4Cl.m rave. Palatka...... .. ....?. :3.1 i>m
t. but little change tn 5tion.C. price Chief of Police-John W.Hagan. Leave JaefcMtnvtOe. Tenant II Jacfcniilto .... .... ..:elpm
There buBettn. .Ad- New York State Hand-Picked Pea Chief Fire Department-Get. E.Gar Leave Lake Cltj. MM | Lake CMy... '''. ''' '.... '. .. 1. pm
since our last Bean"" ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ............... 235to2JOPearllne Leave Mi am Leave Jasper. ... .... : .a i>niNORTH
rangeutrJarK1 Ayer & Co. per eac... ... ............ 3.73 BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. Leave VaMosta..MJM an I I eave ValdMU.. & uoi
MA4OXIC. Leave Tifton.B.44f>ot | Leave Ti.! ie am

i Dose Effective. hay. Grain Floor Fertlllrers Etc. Palatka Lodge, Xo. 34. F. A. ") .-Meets Leave Leave Maen Cordele.Jnnetioo.. ........ ....... t:fm Net{ Leave Leave >Cprdete fsooeinaction.., ..... .. 4.te 14TiW ai> \

Corrected Weekly by Vertree & Co., old J.. T. Second and Fourth Monday Sights In the monthat ; Arrive .{ Arrive Ma ni. 4J am
Arrive
& SWiwaf Arrive .. 7.411&11&
7 JO o'clock. i
& K. W. Depot. iX. AmYl Chatuntnga.Ial6asoAiinveChattansags., .. .. .. ... .... 102ft .
]10rcd uW-ay. Oranges ran e 8100fss .J. TILGHMAX. W.M. ArrivcXashrlU... ............. ....., 'J5 am ( Arrive Nat>,....*. iM\m\''
1 COURT, FIFTH JU- rjrS bJeet to market change M. I. CORE Secretary. Arrive KvansriHe........... ........ .... lIt pen i Arrive ETa..... I :eta
12.40. Corn Mixed per sack lie Ib*.....$ 1&to $1.43 Arrive St Louis. I Arrive St. .m
00. CIRCUIT FLORIDA Oat, White, per sack 1Z Ib*........ 1.ICo UIO Putnam Chapter Xo.9, R. A. 31.-Meets Sec- TJOpm I I Arrive ( I ... 7./\:! AID
average$2 eap. 10.40
to f.l.LO. rouad Feed, sack 100 n>*...... 1.4)t.LM am
\ fruit. wanted at COUNTY-Is CHAX- Feed Meal, |*r ack 10016.,.... ..... I.oIHo III ond and Fourth Monday Xtght SHORT LINE TO THE WORLD'S FAliTCF8LEEPIXG
Pure Wheat Feed, per sack 100110. IJOtol.tO C.sI. HATES H.P.
S 54. Rust Proof Ow, per buo..' 0to63 >L LOEB, Secretary.i. CAR oo Night TnfM between Macon and Pafetka. Icnftle Daily:rnllnan
eel from $2..O to $ i Hay, Xo. 1 Tiutotfay, per ton.:::.:: u.- to 20X0 Sleeotne Car PerrtM between Jackson viUe,Ta... \ullYilJe sod f t. Lewi,witkovt CBADE;*.
Wheat Bran, per ton... ........ .... 18.00 to 19.00 O. O. F. OMiiMeW tft Uidoa be.Sat Mason with M. A X.. Ga. R. E_ C.U. R. sash .,..tt..tf'FJ\. It.
Columbian Etposltion (Grit and Meal per bbl.... ..... .... 3.&to 143 north and moth; sod to r.k s Depots ill Lake City and Fidatka with ftltnte* from Poinula
The world- 87Okery. user I ForecJostire Best Patent Flour, per bbl.... .... t..to I.Z Pioneer Lodge, Xo.23, 1. O.O.F_Meet every }Florida East West and S ath.
00 cents to Bond tk 00., of Cotton Seed Meal,Bright, per ton.. 24JO to 23.00Cotton Tuesday Xlght. JOSEPH PRICE, X.G. .
end : J :
receive, Mortgage.BY Seed Meal, Dark,per ton.... 20.00: to 21.00
Chicago,and you will No. 1 Uttered Meal ................. R. C. BUEVARD, Secretary.St. .
BY THE AFFIDAVIT OFpus ... ... ........
advance Port Cement,per bM 2.85 to 3.00
hundred pave the In
t-paid. A four the > ui'Uln.ntthat Rooendale Cement, ) with elegant fen Jiaut, the residence of the de- master Paris, per bU....:::::::::: 2.00 to 22))
\ de to the Exposition, build- .ot D. and that the aid defend- Lime, per bbl.... .. ........ ......._ 1.10 tc 1.13 every Second and Fourth Friday Xlghts.
and years of age ........... <
ravpngs of the grounds I xkred that said defendant Plasterers'Hair, per Ib 4 to .03 JOSEPH PRICE,C. P.

portraits of lU leading spinal, JOI 011 ear to the bill filed herein Best Florida Liverpool Orange fait Box,Side ner sack*,per'ix: .SH 4 tol0 to bTUghman'r W.H.SPECK, Scribe. S
\, \: OF l>ECE.MBEKl l, then Florida Soft
of Orange Box Head u J t* Phosphate
for said
a map of the CIty It ed day that this notice month.be pubnjfor Rent Birch Hoops per bdl.......... . Espositlon
.. rulel; Ionmlng the right COIlIeCuth'el't'U llarmony.Lodge Xo :2767Ieet First and

exhibitors, and all Information of \n"tally itv, and Time Circuit., a newspaper puUl Candle Not. Kte. Third Wednesday of the month.
advance
'h can be given out iu 'f and the seal of said Court [Corrected Weekly. by R. Jt E.J. Smith.Whole- WALTER THOMAS,Dictator.J. .
Also, other engravings .his terlm2.FRANKWRiGHTClerk.. ale Candy }Manufacturers Xo.7 Lemon eel

pening. information will be sent' Stick 23-lb. lioxe*....... lOc B. DOXXELLTT, Reporter.K. .
printed It will be T[II II) D. M. KIRII\.IJ.C.o tl Candy it 2Vlb. boxes'..:::::::::::::lie THE : GREAT :NATURAL : FERTILIZER.Send .
I as published. should t*.CompUinaofs Solicitor.IN American Mixture, 30-IK buckets..lot oF P.

ble book, and every person French Mixture -1U..boxes................ .lee
I- sa Chocolate Cream k-lb. boxes. St.John Lodge& Xo.!, K.of P.--Meets ever
1A a copy. Man>hmallows,sib. boxen..::::::::::::::::::0- Thursday Sight. D. ) f
STEWART C. C.
Rio A. It. Gum Drops, 5-lb tioxe.......... ........
& Sanborn. best Roasted ITCOUKTOFPUT.STATE Pure Gain I>rt>i s,5-lb.boxes.................1 H. DKMOXTMOLLIX: K. n. S.
ue Gram Penny Goods. tOO pdtce.In box................
'e. 2-'S cents per. :ound, at ITY, OF. CHIC-ore GV. Unlfonn Rank K.of P,Xo.t-Meets for drillentry for Circulars containing Interesting Re peTto on the Subject by

N Ci I Adams' Saprnta Tola,per box... .............90I Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights,atArmory. PROF. P. B. WILSOJT and others.
all the IANCERI.: Tsttilentil, per box................MrH R.J.R1LKS. Captain.
Could easUy make Red Roue per L. A. SMITH, Recorder.

ncr. ads I Ieh1. California Frets, per bor....................SMe. "
they need and have an Panama Fnrtt,per box........................69c IRON HALL. CHEAPEST AND BEST FERTILIZER Iiy THE WORLD.
They could ell J JU'I'I&Tl"E Biggest \'etoller box ...,...................... :5cKCTS.
pure artleis'and Branch Xo.702.Order Iron Han-Meets First
raise. OF A DECREE -- !MIKED A1TD
cannot and Third Xlffht PEKTAEEP BTI-
buy what they issued. of Friday .
Carolinian made of Florida, in out and Mixed Nets per pomnd............. .........15c LIEN RY MERWIX.Chief I.
fee acres a South on the Peanut, Fancy,per poond.................... 6c M. W. STEWART Acct STANDARD PHOSPHATE MINING AND) CHEMICAL COMPANY.
,-.1ued at -10 teats" a cause) tt'lIg In the aM Almond,per Kmnd...,......................1"C .
lions syrup COUC\'rflD AM-ott F. Wade U English Walnuts, per p.mnd..................16e G.A.R.
This is a profit of $200 an oom nu A. Darby, Sarah P. Filbert per pornd............................:12c e23-im Kendrick, Marion Co.. P orda.
all I )*rl>aal Improvement CQ1pall. Pecan, per pound...........................lAc O.A. -Veteran post Xo. II-Meets every
The seed of the cane pays shall. 'n MOM>AY. the- Brazil Walnut*, per pound......................I2CF..h
it is excellent feed for kll :.. A. I). 182,offer for sale First Tuesday of each month at 1/dock p. m.
es. as AU e highest and best bid. P.T. L. QUECX,Oe wu.ncIer.
thousand, of c1..r, )It...
nd stock. Many i rot it* < mrt House of LEWIS.Adrt. OUR SILVER
the south by said -twven the legal hour ofale. [Corrected weekly by Duane Bit*., Central Mar $65 QUEEN $65
at
caved .
I could be ng; described property, ket. near Court Hotise.iBeefNorthern #

- sorghum syrup to-the.* a point on the bank of (Beat Cuts),per 111..20 to .... Is it possible a first-class Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles,

he southwosteriy corner Round./.l' to .... ADMiNiSTRAT'SJrS NUTICE.TOTIE Hub Bands, and Shaft Tips, for above price
ndA 'yed l>y F lisha A. luring Florida,Beet Cuts..............10 to I2H
LEMON ELIXIR. act to the Putnam Manu- Mutton....... ........ .......... ....IS to 20 V Iy
Lemon Z>ri t. a deed of vth Decentn Veal.... .................... .... .... ...20 to .... i> IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX
r ka **t. said the Clerk' office for Pork.... .. MONTHS AFTER ATE I will prevent to 6 7 I
.12to
constipation,lake ..'* 'd running thence north< Sausage:::::.:.:::::::: :: .::::::::::IS to 13.... the County Judge of Putnam County my'ac- .... -a ... < ... xlre I

niousnewand iWVHVa..vu.taara wet Manufactvrwg along the Ventaon............... .... .... ....... .2 to ... estate ooo0tsandvouchers of A. X. Edwards, tae,Administrator for final settlementand the .I'I:i a'. dV
Poaltrr. .. .i
elixir.ndigeMion Cam f a7 -
stomach. \ I chain to a .take 'IC'\ for discharge as such Administrator. +
and foul' 1 fV&srvet na; thence westerly September 2d, : a
i t. iIIoII' laree> chain and forty- DressedNOTICE. 1SU2.JAMES C. OOXDREM'p26m \, CC a 0 "' x, "IClv I C'1
non S-Tnervou. headaches. thence south sixty de- Administratoi. "
sick greed e east 14 chain and 1
on Elixir. Forty t.i.e east bank of sakl t river "
eepl*Ueee and nervousness, fear aIt-.c ks to said place river of Ixvinre bank- The Medical Examining Board of the AIIooo c ;; ) >

ta lon Elixir. .. together with all Fifth Judicial District of Florida will ..,. toocf : e.: I-' :: "
and debility,tak e and eats houses and 1m- "' _\ J\ ... ..
s 'appeUte meet in Ocala, NOVEMBER 15TO, 'ar"S 1..w4N.r.aw :;) ': ; <
i'f thereaato belgngtng, 1892 for the of '_Ii II I" lh.._/ I f -
U lOOr. or I purpose examining applicants __ w 1s,-.W I set a r-ss cart ....I.u > i MWrite I
ers chills and malaria, tak'Le 'e\K WRIGHT.F1 to practice, and grant certifl ,_._ .,.._.._ -. ._-..,....,-......... ,,:;) < .rI
1. err, t I : ,
.o..4
us to U car. ;;. >
LXir.J.ley'l. will Special Master.Complaisant** So- cates to camp.) :..ay. w tL..ww w r si.it::;.. MM tar :,;: d r zxt ;.

I Lemon Elixir nOt Ik iw nctdE DIL J. P. McKlNSTRY PATIENTS TREATED BT MAIL, CO FIOEKTIAL.T r T /-1 ,
named duISTIPATION. n.I_ ......5..1.e.Yr. ---.. W ....... r:
i al 1 any o f the above President. .y..m..i lUf i i1tH. went seep for our New 80 page Catalogue of aQ triads of Yt .idu.

eau of which arise from a torpid .J l GEO.: E. WELCH, Secretary. IL a .. r siTitL if mil'$ ntmi. ciuiu" it. Address

ot & liver, stomach, kidneys or oc -ldI THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. .

to MozU'v.VandSLOOperbome.. CINCINNATI, OHIO U. S. A.
bv Dr. H. '
only I FOR SALE.
A a. .
at d ta, H HOTEL COQUINA

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I MON Coughs HOT, Colds DROPS, IIoanenestl. I on terms,Indian 000, within River a ACRES at short a reasonable distance DESIRABLE price of ?ravine on LAID easy EbST(! TENN" VI Y! and GL I G!I = ;


Sore bat. Bronchitis, rnuemonia, cite Indian River Metropolis. Two railroad SEISER & VIXIXG, Managers, aRAILWAY.
and lung _
Item e and all throat cross the land. Plat may be seen by eining on f .

diseat J. H. CARPENTER i iORMOND I @

An 25 4t and druggists.reliable Prepared preparation only aJ-tf Opera- House Block ralatka, Fla. -B1-THE-SEA, FLORIDA. 1 SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS IN

by D Ioriey Atlanta, Ga EFFFCT JUNE 12th. 1892. r

jaB su MONET SATED IS MONEY MADE FIXE FISHING. _

&... 21 to 60 c* ts 01 every dollar you spend. fll. AND FLA. LIYITID" 'o.s/oU.CIMJ' rrl'i.. -

Flo iiil probably showextraordinarr Writ for oar mammoth Catalogo a 600-pac SPLENDID BATHING. L. .ck.o.vUlr 13Op .j.ck. .. .. tte. L.jactoaaUe.-- ... 1 e l
1KD boo .emualDblr Uln>trthM and giving lowest man- L. (atiahas 1 Le Callah.a.. .. 71ia Ar Atlas.. ... ..,. .. e s sea
A becauseohieflyU ... .. '
decade .
in the next .. aseanr'ptioet, with maaoIacMrw diseousiof .... lv .... t
.. .... G Waya .s. .S W.yes 1S. Le Atlanta . 10 I
lands, 1 B e .... every kind of goods sad nppllM mawfctand BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. L. Tsnp .... .. ..... 111sp Lv J.s.p,... ..... 10 sea L1r Chat..ooga 1 7 sop
: draining of swamp l: s":;.. sad Imported into Ux L'nitW SUM. Oroeert, At aeo. ..... ... 1$6. Ar Maces......... .4 35 Lv Ckau..oo a I SOp a 2e a Up elh
by. telphla capitalist, for the I .?..--.... UoawtM Goods raraltaiv, Clothing L.dh' Lv Ma.o.. .... .. i 10. Ly Maces....... 4 4op Ar Itaevdk 10 to el I Sts
!! and Ueou Clotting sad FErauaUf Uoods,Dose Gr Accommodations ample. Rates A,, Atlasts........ $35. Ar AtLsu...... .. IOr L. aozv a .. 5 !63,1526s l 45s .
growth gar cane and rice. In the \ RiBODY. Uood. WJt Good. Dry Good, Hat*. Cap. reasonable. I..AUasta. .. 100p L.Atlaaa..s. ArMorristown. $30.1/54. 1O rAr
likely OTir- BOOM and Shoe. Glares. Motion UUsfwar Cksnas.ogs, t 9p Ar Cbattseegs. 141. Ar Bred .. .. 2 1 eta
Is "
prodacAf \ crops she e oi-! The brtcftt Statfoseq.Wetcfe.CIaL. Jewelry. SUvtrwar. Reached via Palatka or St-Aneurtine and the L.Ckstta.egs.. t Ica Chatae.ga. 700* Ar Ra..okt .. I I 33op
surplomslana. No state has Ytorhen.acndoca forFbwl Bon>.. Wklpa, Agrlrnltvsl latPleesests. its.ONI.T East.Coot Unes. From South Florida,via New Ash.rpia.," 373. Ar Bergia....... : Ar Skensha.b Je 5 Les Slap
to rr.l.lk.** wM.- FIRST CLASS GOODS. cataJo wealth-production .- great boon oa receipt of U tents for tap *s > We are Us Le Ci.el..ti. / 25 Lv Cisdsnati a s I J PAt
more sAgea for caaaafacOsrer A? !)sheave s 4S. Its.A .
only concera whirl sells at prices Chia,.. s Ar Chiesg.... .. 730.
state -ThU &UcntIIIC tk e baytr the sam A c.at tlat UI.multf8da"r .._ .
and no has r* monthly IIsger.uess 3 OOp
in
an a tural way, acc. ?eSgn.scope ant: five to the wholesale "buys W* orir\ to**30O yearean be made by 5 t5. L. B.rgia. ... 1At Ar H / fOa 1I Ion
has beetre beholden to outside _..Ipeva ia exectitior naraawc all good a* represented:t,1I.-:" foa4o. 01 ** UU activtagents; either sex: easy 1 oua.dle 11 IS. Ar Le.l..a1. l ? : :: Flea 415.
money nfl.d.d. Good seal .* or work; sore pay; exetnstve<< territory. Write at Chattanooga l of P; ci 1 New York .. I 210. ',
capital. \ yw ft'VWqb freight, with prtvUeg of tx* rtntfc betas p.ytag. once. 10. P.WHITE Piedmont W. Ta. Ar Me.pks 1510. Arkte.pkr. ... .I. I Stop IIAr
10 t e AKARf CM OCII-" LvMarnm .. .. .. ..... ......
ruins
dwy. ofAig sgOe.U.lit ma. fet Sleeper., ass Sleepers Atlanta to ArAdvine. .
\\k is r.flnto 112 Qa1ac1 Strom.C 1:
Groceries JacksesvuktoCi.danad Chanaso.ga aid Cbsttaeeg-t
J.fy of cpociwarked until .
\ Pe teas carry tog.t
and eosekess to Ona..atl.
wen intamee t r': elegant day Day esckcsl Chstt New
l : a.epen to York eta
Jaetsavdt. N Ckaea. uksosvlne b Jesup asd i
hJiT..tbJI Magazine WE WILL PAYA.alsry h"t The fries
M" r Chatt..o.twiek..tcha.gt.H'ci' no e
stand .n : ;, atier.
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always TO tiie highest e.estM ontmpartancoatt Chans.oogaUIIMER also corks r tos..gswltkateksega
'lc .
\ : w arena.I of 121-U |M per weak to GOOD agents _-..J5U -- $ EXCL'SSIO% TICKET$ IWasAhgto. its Shess.i ak-Jeedos
\ ] U represent m*ta evory....IT.and ten oar-.1 a.ii>.iii..rs.>IVr.ear n. _.., .Met....W' 1M... 1M 1M.. o.arL 0. ..it free May sIt.S.$.yeL1dtfd 1. Oct ji, i sd the B aO. B. R.,m.ecegwithTOAL '
and ; fie f M.tcia.dl..at m.s.f.ctm.n'pda.. 0-.1 Y -.....- ___; _. ... ..... 2CalffIER RESORTS. ta."Ryal Bea lies."
s' /,, atRDUNN'S. aYe ,. Ton __wanr'eyaset 'IIY1MYMUT aa0Atrti. ._......_...... wN..s... wl.nt Fen it formtdoe rtsS e 10 Kha,hotels, etc, cheerf.Ily Li.it.nsr.. t..1J Fine.. Arne,.
....tq arrt4gTl.a OUlogM eat B.mea..,. onto. rv<*li tin =.c"'Anuts': '''''to-kMwte :'' ftnrhi& 1IeIy Jeetsf of I.4mFpt iasweed I. detail. re si t.es as Sy msy aU rw7 Ji,es.K .
.c:II.....let CUt.aTLA4.L
u.- -' { I 'TIEATe'aT MAIL berth ,..racoon,rata, etc.,apply to t.cket Florida
rsw1 a
A. ...UU..: & (). .ge.u tkrongko ii to
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QIdMJ sorest,Ckkm,o,LL I. err Y pnhe w FRANK M.JOLLY, Did. Ties. Art,Sa West Bsy Street, Aunt BloatJsckse..tile, Pin.
u. L f.r. HUH rnettri mira cucm.u. _?w, WJIENN,0.raT.A.L.osyUkTeas. CHAS. N.1RGIITA.GT.A.AtlasesCs. ,

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TDlES SHALL WE HATE CHOLEKA-- NEXT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS? :" .: ; LITTLE BROTHERS' -
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:r ALATKA''VlE.L 1, r YEAR '_J ..,,' ," 4r fit.JI" T..:- *!"* /"*> v. \
The cholera' scare is over, aDd hre

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NOV. 11, 1892.te lengthen and broaden our plume, and "
PLATKA.FLA.,
wave it more significantly than ever, OFFICIAL BUSINESS TRANSACTED BY Fertilizer and Phosplite
BOARD. Company
for THE" ,
credit deserve
bt1k tne due pro nba on account of the we
aer.etirhF
AU amt ahwt time & able and ,
.s/er7; moath. iI pewial our perfect sanitary regulations

hAil ice"emiuaetxswst.3dhe rurwtered letter.MeKKNZIK mays. tryelpreestwt rigid quarantine. PALATKA. FLORIDA, ) a--.A.CSONVILa: PLA.Grande.sf .
*order nr The of the present is over, f
danger
BCIiTZ Pubtlahers.Jog TUESDAY, Nov. 1, 18 2. J
of the future? .
PlLATKJU"L01U .L but what The Honorable Board of County; the ineteenth
N
For ihe first time on record, sine Opportunity of | Century !
Putnam County
for ,
the import of cholera this season, there Commissioners

Offal Organ e/the County, and has been a total suspension of immigration Th., ,met at the Court House this -VIZ-

of the $armw.'AUlMU. at the port of New York. But day in regular] session. .

---- how long will tbis.last? Butler chairman The that obtaik Summer
-- Present-T. C. ; knowledge you can Fertilizer
AND STEVENSON To what cause do.we owe the anxIety "AT
IT IS' CLEVELAND! and expense of the threatened scourgeof L. U. Morgan, W. R. Bowen II. S. HOME" with an Analysis that is Gerpe, made by a Company

from our tdegtaphi 1 the late summer and early autumn? Minton:and T. N. Gautier, members; whose expenditure is guarantee for Goods. .
It will be Men
Was it not brought to us by the scum also Clerk Frank Wright.
returns that the Democrats have swept of Europe? Is it not to the same cause The meeting was called loonier, and Large Stock of Potashes, Ammonif and all Fertilizer Materialon

the country: electing Cleveland and we are indebted for la grippe the last the following business disposed! of: hand. We make Special Brands fo Id and Young Trees

Stevenson, and Congrewraent wffiden yean,that has cut off so many valuable The minutes of the last regular meet. have been tested throughout the State! \ TnatSEND

to control the next House by a large lives and mpaired permanently the ing were read and upon motion ap ,

majority. health of hundreds of others all over roved. FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA. .

Cooper is elected to Coneress by an our land? Russia we owe for that The County Auditor presented his

overwhelming m .iorirv,
goes Democratic l>v a routing ma jorftj. Starting from India, its course, which October, which wa examined and I

The following table a .owa the States we will not follow, was natural all the ordered filed. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

that went Democratic: way along to "Bijni Norgored, the city The County Treasurer presented his {

Alabama .. . . .. ...1J of markets and fairs,"' on the Volga statement of warrants paid and cancelled in Section 31, Township 12, South ... .

Arkansas .. . . . River, thence it moved to Moscow during: the month of October, Range 23 East, handed in their report,, I ....,,t r,, 'i1'i'! I SiamIlCttnSS{ ,

California... 9 and afterward to St. Petersburg. Its as follows: which motion accepted.
6 was upon
.
Connecticut well bave been at the General Fund. ..$2,045 39! I -
stayed From
course might ;
Delaware. .. . 3Florida Upon motion ordered that the poli- ,
this point under ordinary circumstances examined found correct !
which was des of insurance upon the Court House. I i -
..13 but this the 0r
-orzia year enormous and ordered filed.
Illinois . . . . ...1l emigration of Russian Jews that Baron Trealurer also presentedhis which expire to-day, shall be renewedfor
Indiana . . . .. The County !1, OO. instead of 4,000, as they /
Kentucky . . . ..?J* Hirsch and his agents are conducting statement showing balances on I stand at present. It app aring to the ,

Louisiana . . . .. ... 8 made its spread through other parts of band November, 1802,follows: I satisfaction of the Board that since the ..

Maryland. . . . .. Europe Inevitable. "The final destinyof To the credit of the General of the vault excessive Insur- \.

Mississippi . . . .. 9 most of them (Russian Jew) is the Fund . . . ... ... $1,15113which : building
Missouri.j . . . ..17 ance is unnecessary.
New Jersey ." . . .. .*0 United States They are first shipped was examined and ordered filed Upon motion ordered that temporary \

New to Hamburg, or some other port, from The County Collector presented his relief be allowed to Frank Howard for

North Carolina .. ....UOhio which steamers sail to New York, and statement showing the amount of ki ia !
two months, and that a warrant for $3 Urn 9 11 I j.
.23South .
there they are transferred to the steerage collected the month of
Carolina. . . .. 9 taxes during on his behalf be drawn to the order of t

Tennessee . . . ...12Texas. of the Atlantic emigrant vessel October as follows: Padgett Co. I
.}* Definite arrangements had been made County License .81,223 W The Clerk of the Criminal Court pre I JtALLt

Virginia. = for the transportation this summer of Poll Taxes .. . . . 47 00 tented his bill against the State in .

V est Virginia . . .. 6 many thousands of these poor people, twenty-three cases, which were examined .

WI.-eoneln. . . . 12 and even after cholera had broken out Total. .. .. . . . $1,270 10 and approved in duplicate.The I

Michigan . . . 7 which was examined, found correct Sheriff presented his account
:among them every effort was made to against the" State for feed of nineteen
ordered filed.
and
Total .. .. carryout the contract and dump them prisoners, a* follows:
Nec Mry for choice......223 on American shores, quite regardless The following bonds were examined 1 prisoners 31 days,at 40c'$12 40

-- --- of the danger to us." and approved: 1 28" . 11 SM I I have delermlU!once to rav friends and customers an OPPORTUNITY -

OUR HOLIDAY EDITION. shall Joseph Price as Clerk of Ctreui I 27 u u. .. lose l i t? vurcha nd ELEGANT SUITS selected from
Are we powerless, or we my large
proteet Court,with Peter Petermann and Ben jP. 1 26 h . 1040 and varied stock, an 'asurement at price never before *J
TIlE FALATKA TIMES believes that our shores from a repetition, or 3 23" . 300084C Mercll in the attempted by
each in the South.
sureties first-class
Calhoun as sun Having
any determined
of this another to
well beloved city continuation season? 1 21" greatly
beautiful and have
\ .our It is to be hoped that the eyes of our of 1,230. 1 u 18 U . 720 increase my busines concluded to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION .

and the grand and historic old county law-makers now in w'll be John W. Hagan, as Sheriff, withS. 1 16"6 40 OF TUP CENT on all Goods in my line. Such
power, an
hide their A. Babor H Clemons :Marsha 1 u 16" . 000 n again. COME AND BE
of Putnam, sbowld no longer opened to sec the danger that threatens nry opportunity may CONVINCED
1 12" . 4 ft
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light under a bushel, and as a mean and let us have a law at least regulate W. Stewart, Samuel E. Bond, William 2 u 11" u . .880 .. I LICH.E-1t: \

Register and E. S. Crill as sureties. u u . .320 ?
.rof giving our business and Profe* ona emigration.Does 1 8" i LEADING TAIL E COUNTY. Corrner Lemon
each in the sum of 81,000. 1 't 7 u . 28C and Third Streets
men an opportunity to let their light 80 American hospitality requiopen reFrank E. Blanchard, as County Collector 3 1" .. 120 I (PALA TKA, FLA.T. .
gates to all the dregs of the
that it be known and read with sureties follows E. S. -
shine, may as : -
world? We have been hospitable t o)I 10 Total.$123 00 0.
C.tasUer,for Mr
of all men, we propose to issue on the extent of the receiving of 10,00 Crill, $IOooontonio; Ulna $10,000; which examined found correct amapproved ..i.. .00 SHERIFFS SALE.
was ,
December 18th, 1892, a GRAND IIoiJ emigrants: in one day into New York S. J. Kennedy, 2,500; F. D. Acker in duplicate. John H. W.L.ROOD k/I pa, ::, -

taan, t 2 500; Marshal W. Stewart, Emma Decks,P .rrj : ::I .L'"D BY '\ RTrE
DAY EDITION of 15,000 copies. Harbor, and although this is not everyday The bond of B. L. Lilienthal, withE. P. AekernM, for J2SDER "l1ed oas of sad un..r OJ'. AN FXEM
. contain sixteen the stream i.large and continuous: 2,500; Rowen L. Wall, 2,500. S. Crill as surety for $12,500; O. F.yprajne., for p. 111. .Ile hesth'd. 'or htMM ('''UlI'\.1o to,j.,r, 't&,the
will pagecprinted $and Maria Ln > < 1ft
This oe A sail out into the bay at New Yore: Thomas W. Ralph, as Superintend Marcus Loeb. 312,500, and Peter refer S.O. loiter. for pain n I s;; 6 00 H. ltO'I.7'.l: : ; >t.r.i.; n: '1 ,.:
fine handsomely Instruction received and A. MeCrany, for pa. 11.5: 500 levied oe aid sill .. .. ?r csu
;on' paper eat of .Public with Henry man, $10,000, was ap /f..r fir t" II", I,
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ba
the day the largest number f forcig I J. H. SheUey, H and best bidder torrNoh, ::: e
Palatka and Mote Wm. II. Mann and William 0.e proved. Criminal Court, the Court at the Ir"OI.1" '
with in Howe,
illustrated views lu Pal.uk&, .
ships lay at anchor in quarantine Solicitor ...... 13-1 38 I'1orlcJa. "urll'lD1 f ,.Ir'l
J. II. Spafford, County appeared seers a2LO 'k : no tM FIRST M1N"A r I ,
of he e; Livingston as sureties! ; total amount, J E. RaMwin. ConnR ; BCR.A. ii. ;'"
and .
Putnam county, portraits helped one to realize the extent of th before the Board and presented UO areath, JJrh\ : e nr:' '' a aai,
daring I
; ,, ;
rftieen It will set forth, incoming of this objectionable element' 1000. his bill for Sunday pay,but it appearing L.: UUenUkak, rBumthK fife... 27. day, thekdbanrKdew.nlw.prnlrrrs, "euttl ,
prominent Wm. W. Williams as Tax Assessor, to the satisfaction of the Board that to Novell : 82 All of north halt of mrrhwat .
and the certain danger ronnecte F C BJa. chard, Co Is. TowDilblp Jo'. yrs." '.r Se-tl.!
f .
the o I"outb
in appropriate colors, advantages with E. S. Crill and T. N. Gautier as the law doe contemplate payment forOrtober .. t ::: 1>2 52 four ATefI (0.."f'.O tn Ran"". 27 r.1111 rxrcptte

our section, and presents an unexampled with it.Instead. sureties total amount 1000. for Sunday, payment is refold, and rain Wright:(IrLoot ..e... 118 20 pt 36 deed reeortied 'n hoot "r,"' "IIIIII.n pa,..., .4.. .t"DM;. h i
of planning to master the ; Mr. Spafford is referred to his honor, loi" janlto ..... 14 0e nam cLJ; ;n ., Sul exe.'ptm:
O.H. Parker, mile serea
opportunity for our business John E Marshall, as Justice of th e ..... 14 00 1 ataast payee. ,y-ei: u. it. ok 1)1,
monster afteru appears, let us make I Judge Finley. 8.J. %KnUMrlr.: County keeonie and
1
of
obtain large amount of advei Peace District No. 5, with John Mi. Hid were received and opened for Florida CominerrArmxiry rl iii' "here,,rectmled no .. ,/ni:; :+'.""fu;::)'1
men to a wall so broad and high it will neve for Oct> T, Putnam .
b.. .
;. County I-
and of Roads, and the following - .i"d l ,...p.; I
shall, Wm. A. Pine John W. Hai barwrvinors 1: II. Anider.worfatotka nt4aere.recordedatpagrs., ,_ ,, ,
nominal cost. to us from foreign countries. ; tuts.1i -
at come : ,
Using appointments were made, the bone Water Vkmwe .an : 1'utnao, County Fw.rdi
neon as sureties; total amount, 500. October lr as a bontfouracre., ; ; And rxeep'
repreeentivecourteous a to be '500 in each case: Rur 14'for p rd.r.tl at psi e..c r :
Please. give our M Keneie n look "K"
INTERLACHEN ITEMS. George E. Pegues, with J. S. North of Putnam j ,
53 ante Jtt'rtilt
District No. 2-S.J. Carman at 81.5C Court Hooce. pia R a1ntnc 51 Serra mere or leas.deU t"
bearing wben'be calls upon Oorretpondenc PaUtka Times.IxTEUtACHEX and C. II. GHchrist! as sureties; total ncr day. G.Iffft ISailey ...... se os : belae made i w,' make
al
alum 'nart 'i
you for.an advertisement, and we will November 10. amount, 500. Dibtnct No. 3-S. R. Bowen, at $2 Frank daatier on r ............ e ar 00 e lent deed t.o San, ; p 'ehs.,. a pen. andis

promise Iou an issue which will be I Well our election is l over, and it i h Mr. Commissioner Minton: presentee per District day. 'o. 4.-B. 'Mailer, at J.BBalm. M. !*i wart. roll. ,tEdwte >. ............ 7 The ocr- JAPE .H. tiU; 'lJ.IJrslieriq

tour decided who is to hold the higher t a statement showing that he had on TapiwW.H. ., _"" fl 00 rho"a we eoatbnled until fll!. is
source of greet' benefit and pride o $1 40 i>er day. :Minton. r ...... s 80 iU\DAY IN DECEMBER 1,1. Mrs,, tIll
office in the gift of the people for th band $4.25 remaining after payin expenses District No. 5J. II. Oeiger, at 2 J.John M.f UTinjt tether.toi ro it 80 dal of saM D.OIUh.: JA$. H. c:-'IIJ.I' : t. tiBiter

cityjand county. next four years. There was very Httl: of Pauper Hall in leaving they per dav. -A.- L lhttkfor .pyr... 00
Yours taithfully, excitement here on election day. Ever county. U on motion ordered that Upon motion the County Commis ,-r II. "*- GO TOJ.H.CARPENTE
sioner's Districts were laid out M fol- J.y Mmydajjf.:: .. '
I McKK.xy.iE BURTZ. one seemed anxious to go to the poll I balance be turned into the treasury, lows'. R.YLU&W'.n|. 18 00I"a4a'ett I

-- -- -- -- and deposit his ballot with no man and that Clerk draw wanant for 2 to District No. 1-To embrace all laud ..x...Co... 300d. **aon Street, bet.KaMa.H.-useand

We informed that Mr. E. A. Prftois o uoUe than necessary. reimburse Mr. Minton for his expense in Fruitiaud Peninsula, between Dunn's PrThe Boar Grooms' Bakery. for
are Mr. and Mrs. Dow have arrived from in the Creek and Dunn's Lake and the :5t. BUY
of Palatka, the purchaser of th r Massachusetts to spend the winter i In premise Johns River. STOVE W0(

Indian River hotel property, is goin their Florida home. A petition wa presented signed by District No. Commencing at S G. aloes for the money tree i,

'to make several! very important 1m The social given by Miss }'ranchAllen A. L. Davis, J. A. Davis and nine< boundary lini between Marios and Lead. Soc. and 7341. deUy.uplllf'...... 31t.1M'W.
in honor of her Miss others that relief be between vember 7. drl..ea after a h\1I. ..Ie b esdfr env. r
Counties
provements to the hotel as soon as betakes guest, county granted ti 0 Putnam Townships I and (7pressL Ie I.
them Flojrie Bert, of Waldo, was a grea t George Cochran. Upon motion Clerk 11 and 12, thence east to bt. Johns The Hi of County
pos eM4oQ, among being success,and was highly enjoyed l by all] River thence westward, following Court .1
is instructed to draw warrant for SI House
the placing of electric bell in every present.Dr. meandering ht. Johns River to Rice Commissio L D. EATON M I

room lightning the hotel throughout and Mrs. Walker, of Norfolk, orderof A. L. Davis for temporary Creek to its intersection with the Range in Palatk.iaJ meeting, .

with electric lights,etc.THusville Ad. Va., are with us again for the winter.A relief for said.Cochran. line, bet veen Ranges 25 and 26, this day. Cutler: chairman HOMEOPATHIS3rnci -

series of protracted meetings an Upon motion Clerk is instructed to thence south of said Inure line to the ; Wn; Thon.asN. (
rrocate. being conducted at our Congregation] bank of the Oclawaha River, thence M. BLOCK, PALATKA,
Catarrh Cannot be Cured Church by Rev. Mr. House, of Ro telegraph Governor Fleminsr! request. following said river to point of begin Gautier, i' Kirby, J[Residence-Corner Main and Fir

chelle. lIe has made a good start, and log an immediate appointment of Deputy C; Ornanovu-a to It a. m.. i to 9
APPLICATION as they can-
with LOCAL judging by his progress so tar the County Judge, vice Joseph Baldwin, ning.District No. 3.-All coitions of The m to order .bys and 1"Pp.m. 8mndayl to ,p. m

not reach the seat of the disease meeting will be a grand success. LT. resigned, so that his bond may be ap- county on east side of the St. Johns the chair transacted Patients from a distance can be I
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional River going north of Dunn's ('reekand through toe mail Offleo oounhatlon f
proved at the present meeting, and as follaw: ap9-6m
disease and in order to cure it you BULLETIN 1\0.3. Dunn's Lake, between St. Johns Davis ..
thus save a special meeting.A County line and St. Johns River. The bdL, who -
must take Internal remedies. Hall1 OFFICE FLORIDA FRUIT EICIIXQE,7 petition was received, signed bi District No. Beginning at the has bee the unex- Dissolution of Partners

CatarthwOure is taken internally, amacts JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 8. j James Harvey, H. M. McCreary John northeast corner of county line be- piredterf I* BaJdwin the Board resigned Notice is ";
the blood and ; hereby given that tiff
mucous the borderof
directly on
Putnam at
Owing to the great interest centeredin W. Hall and ten! others, asking that the tween Clay and the sard|. and as the heretofore existing as Ewixo *'
Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a St. Johns Hiver, thence" following
surfaces. It the political situation sales that change made by F. M. Hall and Lenj. banks of St. Johns River to Rice Creek, suretiesjP cut, was approved COCK, Interlachen, Florida, ps

quack medicine. was prescribed by should have occurred to-day will haveto Alexander in the Eioniah and Union thence following Creek to the Range ff been dissolved by mutual conse

one'of the*best physicans in this country bold over until to-morrow, or poe- Grove Road be accepted Under rules line, between 25 and 2G east; thence The hf having w also pre Inlerlachen oc21-lra Fla., October,
been
for and is a regular prescription. of said line to line between sented I
south
years
later. laid until December meeting.A range cam ,
sibly a dad over for District i n /--
composed of the best tonics and 10 South of Range 26 electt'd
It is Townships ;
;
The character and condition of the received as ,
signed by examined
petition was said N
of OneDollarWe&Buys
known, combined with the best blood east; thence west Townshipline
purifiers, acting directly on the mucous bulk) of fruit thus far hipped has not A. L. Chatfield, T. V. links, H. B. to Rangfe line, between 23 and 24; found approved.business be- I

aurface The perfect combination of been such as to" stimulate either sale Jarvis and five others asking that the thence north on said Range line to the The tion it a good Gold Watch brlnl

the two ingredients is what produces or prices. ;;o absolutely ripe orangescan so-called Satsuma, San Mateo and southwest line of Clay County; thence fore th ntil the was next ordered System. Our 14-karat gold 9isce.

each wonderful results in curing be reported as arriving up to date. Grant Line Road be accepted and along said county line to place of beginning are warranted for 20 years 'igin
Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. Latest telegraphic reports show ; same as found on Book C, renla eT or Waltham movement wind
F. J. CIOXET & Co.. Proprietors, choice bri/hts 2.50, $2.7o, S3 and worked as a public road. No action Record of County Court at pat araph Dill and set. Lady's or Gent's siziual

Toledo, O. Sold by all druggista,75c 3.50,price being governed entirely by aken. 143, with the additions of such portions .C.endance.f2.00 s attend- to an- $50 watch. To 8ec n&a *

size,color and condition of fruit. Upon motion adjourned to meet tomorrow of the county as lie south of W. R .. . 3.SO I where we have none, we see' of
Mr. H. A. Hodges, of the lumber There is an active demand for well the Ocklawaha River and west of St. anc the Hunting Case Watches the

firm of Hodges & Godfrey, Satsuma colored oranges and grape truit. morning at 8.WEDNESDATT. Johns River. T. X.attend. . .-. 6.80 Club price f28, and send &>. by
Lemons somewhat easier The bills and accounts were auc express, with privilege of
Heights, was in town this week. He are particularly November 2. following ef-tlon
the rusty lemons, which we examined and approved, and Clerk instructed before paying for same. '
has teen getting some big orders for The Board met to adjourn- mond, Our
pursuant at Durham
are advised to. discontinue shipping to draw warrants therefor: agent N. bites:
lumber, and the only difficulty he has The supply of foreign lemons is at ment,all the members present.A T. C.Butler County CommlMkjoer two i Afte |study and ex- "' *ar Jeweler*haw eonfeM d th t know

been>> laboring under, is its shipment, present quite heavy and prices have communication was received from dATMjthiMiUysnMult U. Cooatj ComraiMioner*. ..., 1ft 00L perirtf e world a pre- now you can famish toch work t5J-"

Hat cars being scarce. Messrs. Hodges dropped in consequence. Good bright the corporation of Welaka, asking for a two daJ Morgan}4;mUeage $450;.three days | olute and per Our Agent at Heath Bp|s. c.,
lemons will however do fairly well. road .C; two days work... IS W pars writes:
" Jt Godfrey are doing a big business on transfer to them of the half of collec- W.R. Bcwen.Ouonty CommiMiooer.two _8 n nd- of Rhenmaet "Yov..eebH
tab
Indian River.-Titnsville Advocate. An Old CoIL tions upon properties within the cor-: dajwS4$3-_.; mileage. ..$1.80.. ..; election work a goU. for it. The who got the we watch at agates
and .
Dell Ihiser from "Flaglertown has 8. MJnton, Commissioner bottle priced a Jeweler'watch jSr SS ,
ComIty and
,
arge
Both air and water abound poration, as provided by law. As no dayttT. pry were no tatter than your.btu &faiYS?
in been in town all this week. We were two day $4. ttikAtf .*3J d0; > .
collections have been made no action with 1UI1 4_. ...T.... JIM 4 >ey will be ret Our agent at i writes
cakiobes: or terms of disease, ready toWed town by Mr. Hiser a very rare coin. N. Gaatfer County ComnlMloner, Penning
red .lJa
the debilitated system. To im.jiart It was an Egyptian piece and from the was taken. two day4. mileage |40; one day [ something bSSKf'fr ws teh.ipleMe I
fi..T.T. 19 ME
road work Who baIt
.
that strength and vigor indications on its face, was coined inthe The committee appointed to mark Shepherd,for pauper Patrick......... ft eye : will send you i I would be cheap at$40." qJi
necessary year 700. He has been unable to the road from the H.8.1IiDWa.forCperCoDe__....... > MM a paid. Dram- j One good reliable Agen ted for
the effect of these out neighborhood I f"K3mRETfATCH
".10 aeslst perni- valuable coins. Bas. 400 each place. Write
hat of
find it In the road north.east a::;::: (00 i Maiden Lane tor
Crescent City and Seville to mo ,
+t ious atoms, no tonic blood-purifier Mr. Riser informs us that an old lady I 1t. H. CyrnA. x. R. for S--pen Xn. f YORK
MttWa Ayer' Sarsaparilla. rave him the coin many years ago corner of land of Arthur Gorman, h atraez tad OatN:..................- ( W iX'nte

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---- men crowded until standing follows: For Watson. Glassceck 294: to tniltea States Senator THrts aiepT: .

CLEVELAND'AND space Id hardly be had and passage college.votes a majority Our advices six at in this the hour electoral also 639 Lincoln.; Tallaferro.42.618; Columbia.; Wurren.675 801, McDuffie: '; Washington -. the election you should remember that The retiring governor is Merriam(tR$J. ,'\.'.:' '
the is factor which There are three state tickeuRepubUcan. -
mfJlpoWble. show that we have more than an even 550; Jefferson 469-4,471. People's party a new ,
Democratic and People's party.
AtToty-third street and Broadway, chance to carry West Virginia. Major Black's majorities were: Hancock may cut quite a figure in the west and The,Democrats and People'. party ban

OTE8SOS. A. lKw Wilkinson, 68; Richmond, south and that certain disintegrating'
Herald bulletins were being Kaerman Majority. ; fused on an electoral ticket the Democrats -

where: 100,000 men were cheering Returns are in with but a few districts 8.801-9M9. elements are alleged to have been at indorsing four of the Populist eltors. **.-

Cle nd with might and main. As larking Cleveland Carried New York Black's majority in the district 3,398. work in other sections. Nevertheless,it The combination extend to the
for -
county by 73,000 legislative races in the hope of defeatingthe
; KIngs by 28.V37; th Math. may assist to consult
instant you
fresh bttins received every Queens by 3,000 re-election of Davis' to the senate.

THE COUNTRY GOES FOR oonftrn!the Herald's predictions of The Democrats have carried the state Another district which gave some uneasiness Australian ballotMISSISSIPPI .

the Decratic majority the crowd by 38,318 majority.The to the Democrats, on accountof Th. Popular Vet of 188. elect a state legislature

MORE. the People's demonstrations: which will choose a successor to United
ONCE party -Hec.rteIIreton'spsnland't .
DEMOCRACY and
went with excitement, nothing Total I. New Trk. Demo-
Har- CtveplnraJiy. States Senator George (DstaA
could ben but a living mass of hn- The total vote for president in New was! the old ninth, where Emory Speer,, plurality rwoa. J.a.1.- crats. Republicans and People's party .

and The New York city VI: Cleveland. 163,920; independent, beat the regular Democratic Alabama........ .... 6.,i3 .. 10 have electoral tickets in the field. No
New York in the Democratic Ranks. manltf aying shouting. Harrison nominee and represented the district Arkansas .. ... ... 27; 10 .. ,
rent a duplicate of that in ; 93,761; Weaver, 2,001; Wing, three terms in Ca.tforela...... ':,(%7 ..... 8Connecticut" .. fusion.
Claimed. scene 5,133. L'idwell,1.9.36. congress.It o .J..r..lr ".. Ia..V: .. a ". MISSOURI rotes for state legislatureand
Illinois front of bulletins at the national Twenty-eight election districts are was thought by some that the old ... .'... 3M .. state officers including
and the other independent element would show a IX U ware....... .._. Sail .. SFcrtda governor.
headqurs newspaper. missing out of 1,137. strength in the new party strong enough ......... .... 1-.t 4 .. 4Georra The legislature will choose a successor:

THE SOUTH STILL SOLID.The Officea.L Held Lowe III DlitrlcU to jeopardize the interests of the regu. mink.::: ::::. ,iw 6..00J..... h if to Democrats United States, Republicans s.matorCoen.n and Peoples( m.).

r. CleTetand'. Homo. Whitelaw Reid hat failed to carry the lan and perhaps beat Carter Tate. mil a..._.... :.3'" ..... 1.10 .. tickets. The Australian ballot
election district his farm is in which The results show that there was little lew ........ 81..U ..... IJ .. party hare
sat with the officers of ,
the ex-fdent Kansas ...... 11 ... M used.MONTANA<< .
at **>** 9
Scenes That Were Enacted the nail committee, receiving the has always gone Republican. Reid'sdistrict grounds for the fears, according to the oiueky ...' ..... *,61" .. 1loct.lna. votes for state offit r&.
I gives Cleveland and Stevenson a following report: ...... ... U,-,.8 .. 8j&1a.e of coalition
Democratic Headquarters. ,return"=ery return was carefully plurality of four. Tate gets the following majorities.: ) .. ........ :233 .. There are minors secret
balanced and sic between Democrats and Populist, Republicans
recorded
comparedwith
Gilmer, 500 Pickens. 12S. Rabun 300;; t dissalscnn.tt
; n"
:
tkturns of four The f South Stand ftolld. $:ZAd7 i. and Prohibitionists In addition -
years ago. Habersham. 1.000; Gwinnett, 500, Hall, tt'higs .... 3S,."1 ..... 13Minnesota .. to these the locative
ARRESTS IN NEW YORK. When Ijte of New York was prac- The south is solid despite the corruption 800; Milton, 293 White 40; Towns, ...... htto7 ..... J .. complications
ticallyled, the other states were of 223 100 Mi..wlf1.- ..... M,35 .. d dbl of the state capital is to be settled at the
taken fed not until the result be- the Republicans and the agita- ; Jackson 400; Banks, ; giving ,. oan....... I..:T .h polk. The secret ballot is used.:
did tion of the party. him a total of 4,236. N.brasca....... 5,71 ..... ft .. NEBRASKA chooses state officers, including
Chairman Harrity Was Satisfied Ear came aunty they give way to Pickett carries Cherokee by 73:>> and .yad" I.IIUJ aNew
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any derations. Mr. Cleveland was From Mason and Dixon's line to the U'.thire'. 2, tJ 4 .. a governor and a legislature.The .
While Chairman Rio Grande line for Forsyth by 150. I .:. rn: 9 retiring governor is a Democrat-
ly in the Evening, xnMdo oughont, but did not cease every state is in New Jerxy
Thus it in the most exciting
went two
14x1 3-
earefu nting each bulletin return Democracy. West Virginia is claimed districts. New York... 13.113 : 11 Boyd. The legislature will elect a euoj
:
Carter, of the Republican until tbult was no longer in doubtAt by the Republicans, but the returns indicate Ohio.North....aioLoa. ...... 18.* 9 ..... .rt: .., j oeesor to United states Senator PaddoJt
Committee Appeared tfemocratic headquarters theerowdf that the claim is hopeless. From the Fourth. Orsen.e ..... 3Kennsylran .. (Rep. The Democrats and People's
dense as to almost crowd Maryland has given 10,000 majority, Charley Moses back to a.. 7 .4:.8 ..... ft) .., party have effected no formal fusion
goes congress
Equally as The throngs pressed Virginia 20.000, North Carolina 15,000: from the fourth district in a walk.It toI..ll.b Rhode: I C.iullua Uu 4.43..... tess .4. 'I k. but it is said they will co-operate to
ay and into the rooms until South Carolina 42,000, Georgia 50,000, TlQlCllCO 1>T.I .. U secure the electoral vote for Weaver.
ConfidentNEW in the headquarters had Alabama 25,000, Florida 25,000, Mississippi was like sliding down a toboggan Texas....:::=== ::::: 1H.W1 M The secret ballot is used.
Vermont....... t ,.4, ..... 4 ..
NEVADA elects a legislature and the
YORK. Nov. 9.-Election day carceljv room to work in. Tele 20,000, Louisiana 6,000, Texas slide. It was as easy as falling off a log. Virginia....... ..... Lw .. 12 ,
1 in from every state in the IbOOOO, Arkansas 15,000: Tennessee The Democrats were opposed by the W, *4, Vitginl.. -wj .. < legislature will eSoose a successor to
dawned cloudy aDd the prophecy of Union lls, asking for informationand 50,000 Kentucky 10000. Missouri 15,000.: combined efforts of Republicans ant W1swnfn......Sl'1! ...... 11 .. 'I United States Senator Stewart (Rep.).

the weather bureau that there would ba in tulation until it became The People's party may get a few People's partyites, but they were determined Totals.... 4-9.-.S3 fc V4- 23J- -1ft: 1 Australian and ballot Republican Democratic -
electoral tickets.
absolu possible to even answer congressmen and thq Republicans have to whip' the fight The coun- People's
rain seemed assured During the night them. i two in Tennessee, one in Mississippi and ties in this district all did their full NEW HAMPblHRE elects a governor -
\ three scattered Tot In New State at Last State Flection.RePubUean Secret ballot
At a ur in the night the excitement perhaps or four more duty
d blbated a whit, and throngs over the other states. Another District .*Democrat. NEW JERSEY chooses a g/roraor
af and down I 1laho.lte0 ........ ........1Ua .t4Metta'is,1 ; and other state officers and a legislature
r menjnarching up Which caused some anxiety to the regulars $f.. 18158 19.+51 which will elect to United
wavin; blowing horns and shouting The Marshals In Maryland. North Dakota 111).19.0'8::: ::::::: : IX O1 4onth a successor
wit and main. It was almost BALTIMORE:, Nov. 9.-Grover Cleve- was the Seventh, Felton's old Dakota. l* l............84..87 1S,4>4 States Senator Blodgett (Dem.). Australian -
i*le to get through some of Itronghold. Judge John W. Maddox, 5Vuhingtoo. !&.>....... ..... 8.,.11 :4# ballot.
the strtie crowd reaching from land gets eight electoral votes from Ma Wyoming, 1AM ........._..... ,o1V.I NEW YORK elects a Jndge of the
Democrat was opposed by John Sibley,
rail tc nd intercepting all traveLby ryland. The Republicans have proba- People's party., Maddox's majority will court of appeals and a legislature The

r th. WholcMtle. bly earned one congressional district, be about how the State Are Voting. legislature will choose a successor to

which is always their's. 6,000.Charles ALABAMA elected a governor in August United State Senator iii.000kRrp.).
In tl town districts it was as More delightful weather for an election F. Crl p. The Democrats have indorsed the Republican -

quiet Sunday. The exchanges day could not well have been ar The Third district re-elects :Mr. Crisp Jones{Dem.)was re-elected over nominee for judge of the court
Kolb, the candidate of the Alliance of appeals. The secret ballot is need.
and bale all closed The custom ranged. "4 by a majority amounting to a walkover,
for a holt time for the Maryland voted for presidential electors Col Democrats. Kolb has joined the People's NORTH DAKOTA elects a governor
candidate
houseJ arance of vessels. The and six: congressmen. over the People's party party, with his faction and effected a and a legislature, and th>> legislaturewill

courts were closed, but Deputy United States Marshal Will Wimberly.. fusion on the electoral ticket with one choose a successor to United States

the su urt was open to dispose iam W Roberts, with two negro deputy A Fight In Georgia.JOVESBORO wind of the Republicans. The Stereos Senator Casey (Rep.). Fn ion on electoral

of an cases that might come marshals, appeared at the polling place faction of the Republicans repudiate the i and legislative tickets. between
apt office was open for two of the first precinct of the fifth ward.. Nov. 9.-A most dis- fusion and have separate electoral Democrats and Populists Secret ballot

boun. es have come to light William B JacKson took exception to graceful occurrence marred the peaceful ticket. There are therefore three electoral NORTH CAROLINA elects governorand

where rshalA allowed men to their presence and was arrested,charged Clayton's election, and it tickets-Democratic, People's state officers Demo"rata, Republicans -
vote r they had warrants, and with assaulting a United States officer serenity party-Republican (unpledged), and and Populists have ele! <'toral) ti 'ki t*.
I due to the bulldozing methods of a OHIO elects several state ofliuals.
afterw staid the voter. United in the discharge of his duty. James was straight Republican.ARKANSAS .
acobus's office in the I Bond clerk of the superior court, asked few drunken men. A fuss arose out- elected a Democratic Democrats, Republicans and People's
States side of the court house. where the toting have full tickets s.'cret ballot
tg was lively. Dy 8 the deputy marshal why he was jerkingthe governor by a large majority on Sept. 5. parties
was being done, and Sheriff Hutch- OREGON has three electoral tickets
o'clocl4epnties began to arrive, man &I'Ounl and a colored deputy No fusion. Australian ballot.
inson. who was indoors, went out to and no state election Sw Tet ballot
each nit in custody some citi- immediately told Bond that he was going CALIFORNIA chooses a legislature.
zen wlbrged with attempting to arrest him intimidation. Bond quiet the not The legislature will elect a successor to PENNSYLVANIA ehcH) a supreme
to ot1. denied intimidation and declmedto submit Instead of listening to the officer's appeal United States Senator Felton (Rep.). M. court justice and legislature: Republicans

The ytment. across the. corn- to arrest by a negro.A for peace and quiet, the mob at- IL De Young's candidacy for the senateis Democrats, Peoples) party and

dor frukiobus' office on the third white man standing near was or- tacked him and brought on a general a factor in the legislative election. Prohibitionists have pot n.t tickets.

floor ofjldmg, dered to arrest Mr. Bond, who submit- I fight No fusion. Australian ballot. The legislature elects a riator to succeed
o'clock usually occupied
It had rained at intervals but at by th deputy marshal, was ted: The deputy marshal also arrested i Captain J. O Hightower, one of COLORADO elects a governor and Quay (Rep.). Sti'ret ballot

the polls were opened the rain used a rare place of detentionfor Sam Eiaelman for intimidation and Jonesboro's most esteemed and influential other state officers. The Australian RHODE ISLAND ele ted a Republican -
when arrl The Thomas J. Moore for assault citizens, went to the aid of Sheriff ballot is used. There are two ticket*- governor and le-il;iture in May.

had temporarily at all events csasedavy taken item_ down prisoners stairs before were Hutchinson, in trying to get the mob to Republican and People's party,the Dem- United States Senator .Vlirich (Rep.)

clouds hung over the city but Unitedjpomniissioners Shields Indiana' luereate. quiet themselves and not to participate ncrats laving withdrawn their electoral has been reelected.SOUTH .
in a fight, which might result seriously ticket in favor of Weaver.CONNECTICUTelectegovernor. CAROLINA elects a governor -
then the tunlight would and by the score, who INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 9.-The Dem heeded nothing, .
7 now and had Dyers for some one. They state and a legislature which will chooses
I- through them. Aboet 7 o'clock look services after,the were in. cratic state committee claims the state and brought on a most desperate fight officers and legislature. The legislaturewill successor to UnitM st;ites Senator

Une sky appeared over tere8ta|)cratic voters who had by 5.000: majonty. The returns have in; which the sheriff was given a terrible choose a successor to United States Butler (Dem.) Three tickets and no fusion -
kes of clear the head with a stick in
t blow over No fusion. .
Senator Hawley (Rep.).
been dither after been slow coming in, but enough has
depositing
waslig
i and an tour later the son their v Ire being permitted to been heard to make it practically cer- the: hands of some People's partyite,and Australian! ballotDELAWARE SOUTH DAKOTA ..it't'-s a governor

brightly and the air was mild.a.1my. do 80. Commissioners Shield.i.or tain that Cleveland gets the state by a Captain Hightower's right jaw was elects alegislatnre. The and a legislature the latter. to choose a
wind blew from the frightfully gashed by a knife in the legislature will choose a United States successor to United Sun s Senator Pettigrew -
A soft Den ted to hold of the small majority. Report from every
and seemed to carry the arr&.tte i1 was promptly any furnished county in Indiana indicate ninetythreeper hands of another Several of the attack- senator to succeed Gray (Dem.). No (Rep.) The question of resubmitting -
F uth-west accused released cent of the total vote was cast I ing mob were also considerably shaken fusion. Three electoral tickets-Republican the question of prohibition is
men
with it during the fight and the chief one in the legislative race, theJodeJ.endena
Is away and pe eturn homt' In cases it 6 o'clock. When the polls closed up Democratic People's party
down from is used for the favoring a stronger law,
'cramFlower cam where voter had no one to Chairman Laggert, of the Democratic Australian ballot system
of voting. He vouch Florida Gives S3.OOO: Majority. first time. thtt Democrats repeal' the Republican
for the purpose il was not furnished state committee received dispatchesfrom
iy
and thoad to go to LudJow all the county chairmen. Out of PENSAOOLA, Fla., Nov 0.-The FLORIDA chooses a legislature. The no action. Secret ballot.
11 legislature will elect a successor to TENNESSEE elects a legislature and
street
counties
ninety-three seventy-three reported -
still confident Cleveland's plu- weather was good and the vote was Pasco !> The will choose
? ---Dr J fifty men had been I Ibroogh on the prospect for Democratic United States Senator ( em.) state officers. legislature
in this state will be 50,000 I $ t to the federal I gains over 181' The weather was clear light in western Florida but was prac- There are Republican, Democratic and a successor to United St:iU Senator

ut from that plurality any diflfertween bnildin i veJiest proceedingsCommissioner I and cold, which insured a heavy country I tically unanimous for Cleveland. Mallory People's party tickets. The state elect- Bate (Dem.). Buchanan lD8m.) is running -

the Democratic plurality took 1\ Duel ; vote. It was too cold to husk corn, for re-election to congress had no ed a Democratic governor Oct. 4. for re-election as governor act an
where and the farmers turned out Penwicola gives Cleveland GEORGIA elected the Democraticstate independent, backed bthe People'sparty
Ites; than 100- t twenty voters from j I opposition.
York and Kings ticket Oct. 5 by 71,555 majontyorer opposition to the Demof'ritic
w city ins Blacks ell's islands. 2,000! majontv Weaver received only on in
|I am depending on the estimates .1 who ba ttempW I to vote at I Indiana' Majority. % ten; votes. There was no republican the combined strength of the Republicans nominee, Tomey There is also a full

i leaders down here that New York polling _-or the twenty- Governor Gray, who has been conservative I tickat in the field. The Cleveland electors and People's party. There are Repnbhcun ticket The secret ballot Unsad.

and Kings and other ninth ffnct, where many of throughout, places the Democratic all go in.with a rousing majority of three electoral tickets Republican .
[ 75.000, and
are I Democratic and People's party. No fu TEXAS elects tate officers legislature -
unties 25,000 plurality for O ve- the w |en from the charity plurality in Indiana at from 10- from 23,000; to 26000. sion. The legislature will choose a

000 to 12,000. Chairman Taggert saysit The Old-North State.RALEian IDAHO elects a governor and a state roccesaor to United States Senator Mills

will have 60,000 or I is over 10000. legislature. There is a fusion state, (Dem.). Hogg (Dem) is the nominee of
Republicans and notre N. C., Nov. 9.-The election legislative and electoral ticket between I his party for re-election is governor
,
urality in the country >ew. from mew Jereey.TRESTOV passed off quietly in this state. the Democrats and People's party. The Clark is running as an independent candidate -

." Nov. 6.-A heavy vote The( weather was misty but not disagreeable. Australian ballot is used. I also claiming to be a regular
do you think theta I ILLINOIS is voting for a governor Democrat
majority
hat was polled in New Jersey. Cleveland Democratic vote
A full was
; and legislature The governors I VERMONT recently elected! a Republican
will have the legislature has carried the state than while the Republicans and Peo retiring
by more 3,000 polled, Fifer (Rep), a governor. Today it elects a leg;.
or seven majority on joint ballot majority, and the Democrats elect the ,I|i ple's party cast a lighter vote than was tion; opposed by Altgeld (Demi rMec-1 lature. The legislature will choose

working majority" governor. A report from Jersey City I expected.Cleveland. is no People's party ticket. SUOCt' fOr to United St;ites Senator Proctor
spoke most warmly of Senator says Indications are that the state has earned the state by an malian ballot is used. (Rep). Secret ballot
'r I
Cleveland.Litional goes for Cleveland between 10,000 and increased vote over 1888 Mecklenburgcounty INDIANA elects a governor, legislature VIRGINIA elects a legislature The

ork for committee are in receipt 12,000. Werts, Democrat, candidate I. which him then gave:: him The 933.report will and other state officers. Retiring legislature will choose a successor to.

the country. for governor, running very close toleveland. this year give counties, indicate Democratic governor is Chase (Rep.), who u a candidate United States Senator Daniel (Lein.)
aU over
am from Camden county has been from adjoining the for re-election, opposed by There are three full tickets syd no
Anderson, a leading Democrat earned by Democrats. It went 2,503 ains. The negro vote split and, the Matthews (Dem.). The legislature will fusion.

(1118m. says that the electoral for Harrison in 1888 Hudson county bulk going to the Republicans elect a successor to United States Senator WASHINGTON elects a legislature

A. I... safe for Cleveland.n 14 t4 will KO Democratic by about 8,000,usual balance to the Democratic party, cuttingno of the Turpie (Dem.). The Australian which will choose a I'11'CI'4'r to V'niJStMe8 ;{
t statehes IB 6 at all in this section
HUH Connecticut indicate majority. figures Iwillot is Uai@J. Four electoral tickets Senator Allen (It.'p.). Secret'allot
from j state.
Democratic Prohibition
Republican,
.
Congratulating Clesetssd.New .
tl lUtmeg state fa Democratic. and People's. WEST VIRGINIA v two-third of the roteof New Tonic Nov. 9.-Mr. Cleveland Alabama Got Democratic.MONTGOMERY KANSAS is voting: for state officers, and l grJ;.ture. rnitsd lucre

Y polled. about mHmght began receiving con- Nov. 9.-The weather+ [nclndm government and legislature. rill elect a snccwwor to States

was and his heelers offered no gratulations from friends in the city. was generally bad throughout this The legislature will elect a successor! to Benator Faulkner(Dem). Three ticket
rt United States Senator Perkins and
(Rep) no fusion.WISCONSIN
Most of the members of the has Democratic.
police were campaign state. Alabama gone
op Tamm&nys The retiring governor is Humphrey is voting for governor
mi ntthan they committee sent him dispatches asking Oates is re-elected to congress. One (Rep.). There is a straight Republican and legislature The -i-lntnre will
him of his election. Messrs.
has done noble twsollbospitaL'tn Whitney fatal shooting occurred here. electoral and state ticket and a Democratic choose a successor to Unit,d States Senator -
them society Hamty and Dickinson all sent their : The citizens of this state voted for ticket P
-People's party fusion for Sawyer (Rep.). (r<*vernor
congratulations. )[r. Dickinson called and
wo presidential electors and nine congressReports electors and the legislature. [Dem) is a candidate for re-election
lock tonight New Yorki9 wild. on Mr. Cleveland at 1:30 o'clock this men. KENTUCKY bus! no state election. 'is opposed by ex& atur Spooner (Rep.X

Tel ousanda of men are marching : 10 5 had ft'g- morning and personally tendered his from all over the state indi- It has four tickets in the field for electors I TIM> old school question t-t ("Omplkttrt

Cleveland until istered. Arests were those congratulations.Ohio. cate a falling off in the fusion vote. A and Peopla'i party candidates for the issue, and the Democrai. R*'i the I, shouting for of men eBamboata or sailing few arrests,all negroes, have been made congress in most of the districts. The cans and People's party have all put out

the, hoarse. The scene beggars vaned residence in for 1'arrltOB.CixcrwATi here for illegal voting. Australian ballot is Osed. tickets. Secret ballot

d Its like baa not been seen the lodgt't town. Nor. 9.-It is needless LOUISIANA has three state tickets. WYOMING chooses a legislature, and

sine At De 11:4aman Harrity of to ay that Ohio has gone Republican HOW THE STATES VOTED. No state election. the legislature will elect a successor M

the committee, MAINE elected a Republican governor United States Senator Warren (Repl,
has been Harrison the state
by 30,000. The
Tt ent all day long gave out atement: gets Th ReapporUonment of the Electoral Sept. 12. It chooses a legislature There is a fusion-Democratic-People I

Intsrk became apparent early in "The"-
the iat an}inexpected heavy rote Cleveland popular but will probably, have to be satisfied to United States Senator Hale Secret ballot

voulloUed, and a* the voting went Tote'w1hi t"- tJ\Harrison is cer- with even or eightGEORGIA'S Since the last presidential election the ([Rep.). Australian ballotMARYLAND The Fifty-third Coarree
n a magnificent TOtes only for electors
electoral ha beam
on tamateswere increased. The plurs d. New York RECORD- college reapportioned and congressmen. Australian ballot The congressional elections are iecond

fact (the Cleveland rote In New .urpa.w."l J recx.rds. There as follows: MASSACHUSETTS rotes for state only In importance to the choke H*

York ad Kings county was heavy is no bre'l: The Republican' The State Glre a handsome Democratic Electoral College la 1888 and 1897. 0 officials, including governor and legislature. ,. president Realizing this fact the eons
claia
and the are unfounded. HaJorlty-Dlaek'. Victory.ATLASTA '08 The latter will choose a successor

lent before noon, In Conn urna show a Nor. S.-From the latest Alabema...._... 11 > \fonta-a. ......S"M.. to United States Senator Dawes (Rep.). irressional campaign committee ire.
Repo rote In the country va steady le djures of 1883, returns A'kan***. ... : ; .ebraska-------, I t For governor Russell (Dem.) i* a candidate Washington have conducted very rleDTOUS -
worth to offset Itt when we Indiana is received Georgia has rolled up a t adtfornla; ....:: 3 N.va's. : :: i S for re-election. He is opposed to canvass and at this writing bota.
it was ... 4 New Hampshire
ColomdoCoinecticvt. 4 4 Democrats and claim to bnmfident
But 1 critical point held it undoub 08t gloriousresult handsome majority for the Demcratic ...-. 'ew.:..I"ttP}. .. K> t8Q fails (Rep), the present lieutenant got- Republicans honstvf
spPglinois where party, and while Cleveland'* majority DeLwan....... S S New TVk' .... SIlorlda. ernor. Australian ballot. No People'sparty of a.ma jorntym the next -
down for the polls to .. .. 4 4. entatiY'N. Peopla's
the time fromretui'that .. __ NortCamt6u- U repre \
complication* however
thai the tint time: for the will be nothing like Governor Northen's O.erg ........_ W tt North Dakota... I arty complications, it i* impossible .
close it was evident .. MICHIGAN elects state officials, including
n, state has gone Idaho ... Ohio td Z+
majori Cleveland was orerwhelm- DemOCl''t.tt:08t! :: glorious recent rote, it will approximate 50.000. II.IBOI i.:::: ....:; 14Oregon ::: ::::== 4 S governor and legislature. The for an impartial observer topredict
and Every congressional district sends Isdt.na.18 Penatylranla .. 82 90 latter elects a successor to United. States the result '
Ing. impression received fresh dpeclt\a history ofbulletin and the a Iowa.... ........ U l&Rhort* laUnd... 4 4 The senate is now composed of YH dmblicans >
and cam a Democrat, People's party suffers Kan(tan.......... ll 9!> oUi Carolina.. 1 I Senator Stockbndare (Rp.). The retiring 39 Democrats and 2
from every despatch, defeat Kentucky....., 18 U| oath Dakota.., governor is \V inans (Dem.), who is F.rm.r--...
the front of the bulletins 1-e4. Loal-l.as..4., 8 sTona, .+ce. ...:.. J i iU a candidate for re-election. There are Alliance men. Tha latter are Kyle, *4 ........
cno fth The Greatest I.tere.tWas Ma.He ......?_ BjiexM/ .... .__.... U tour tickets in the field and fusion. South Dakota and Peffer, of Ka&saiTrhus "
surged yed from frenzy a* the a following centered in the Tenth,where Black Maryland.--- SiVermont......... 4 4 no the Republicans have 6 majority
returns received )iuaaceaartt..13 WVIrgiBU......... 1J y An elector will be chosen separately by
result [to become known by F.H/W.I corn- and Watson were engaged in a death Michigan........ It W.aunrtnn._... 4, .. each congressional district instead: of by should the Democrats hold the senators
WD finally realized that mittf'e' at and Reid Yf a....... t flkees Virginia... the state at large Australian ballot uused. hey' now have, and elect 3 additional.&e .
have carrier,;n struggle ppt._.. ..._.._ 1>> 11 senate will be equally divided, aD4the
Cl v Had Carried the !tats )1ab1ew y.. California. Augusta was the point of interest to Savo ._.._. U 16jWyom1ac.._... S .. The Democrat and Pots rice president will hare the dedaivsrote.
treated tc tN in MichOh the regulars, under Black for it was Lave combined in twenty- x
Zike a New York wa o -u a.Rhode conceded that to beat the People' party Tot&I.,................................444 401 late district in order to control the .
inch a tall m as i* seldom nit h1and. erlErado lection of the United States senator. Twenty-nine senators are to be chosen
IOWA WiDOia. candidate, Richmond county must furnish Neeeu&r'T tar drolN............... 23 SIn 01 by the legislatures elected today. of
this di demonstr OOota This she MINNESOTA l* Toting for state official -
the did.
Herald majority. coining estimating the probable results of hese 11 are now Democrat &::.113
ti it of the office ark: ddiiannah in with a majority of 8,801 for Black.. *, including governor and legisla- mblicaotx. __ '
all the newspaper offices ras' I The majorities in the tenth am as '. &uu: Tie f& will c ipc e a sm eaor
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The monks inviting them to partake of CRESCENT CITY. WORLD'S FAIR SOtJVE S.tl.w I TO THE
COLUMBUS. II the Atlantic, between Scotland and TRAVELING PUBLIC.

CHRISTOPHER Iceland, were then called. .Hereupon their hospitality, are, in the course of Correspondence P&latka Tim**. T_ C.m G.l Oft. .r the wbtar I 'GEORGIA SOOTHEIUVAXD
their conversation with Columbus, FLA. R. J R. ,
ap-
he visited Iceland where Bishop ;
: CRESCENT CITY, Nov. 8. Half Dollar. (MJWAXEK HIVEH
related to him the thrilling prized of his plans and endeavors they I ROUTE), -
:'Utories Magnus of Ene Itanda, Bjarn, Leif HaIi recommend him to Brother Juan Perez Crescent! City can now boast of a market CHICAGO, NOT. 2.-The W s Fait if AGON-, OA., June 1, 1892., )

PRIOR TO Ills EMBARKATION FEOM i yland and other dann None: Sea- de Marcher, confessor of Queen Isabella as rood as any in the State, unless souvenir coins are "going Me hot I On account of the action of Florida

PALo9, .AND TIlE AGENCIES I I kings," and their adventurous voyages" write,a prevailing favorable letter upon to his her priest Catholic to it may be Jacksonville. Mr. C. II. cakes" and thoM who want tfet one Railroads in refusing to sell tickets

to the coast of far off "Yineland. Preston has every day in the week all or more of them will hayo bestir over our line because
WHICH LED TO THE Columbus, on returning to Lisbon, Majesty concerning the Genoese and will I/too/ late. we dechned to
kinds of fresh meats fish and fowls themselves or they increase our
his errand. rates in accorrfaM
Donna Mnniz de Peres with
DISCOVERY OF THEWORLD. married Felipa Isabella of all kinds of and The desire for one of these| nMito their *
fruits
trella, and through her he came into I Queen Spain, unquestionably teg.table now Wl you are rf'lIpetful1y
:NEW possession of the valuable and important was a noble woman, in the in the market. We can no longer com of the exposition seems to b f most as notitled

and charts of her deceased I fullest sense of the term, a lover of all of market and universal as is the interest be expo. to 1'ubtka bJtrrcba4lnakcaUHet
maps plain a nothing to ,
t poor Hampton
father. Establishing his residence the arts and science, as well as a pro sition itself and orders for m' have from or Lake City:

on the Island of Porto Santo, tectress of her humble subjects and the eat.The been sent in from all part f|> United any point in Florida, you will
Delivered at the Man Tlllho in the city anthoritiies of Crescent
Aa Essay: lived the strangers toiourning ,Klngdvm.
on
near Madrid, he virtually States and also from fomrf>untriea. frrprs'r.S"1 of
October world where the at once sent Columbus fitly-three City are cleaning all the streets and
k .l on Colnuha Day edge of the then known This souvenir half doll it is re- point
ducats in order that he
much said of the sweets of themy&l might suitably walks about and including aU
was town it East.
so
XI t, 10*, *y O-. Berkelman. Western Sea. Many strange I clothe himself, preparatory to his appearance is being ported from \Vnshimrtnn." ---...---. D be the I ern. IVesiern --.. .""."'rth_r

objects c of lands unknown, were cast 1 at the rotal court. King Fer thoroughly done. Central Avenue, most artistic coin ever Lan/ m the total! cost to you not to exceed the:

dinand and Isabella were favorably Im- from Lake to Lake, is a beautiful and lowest
on the shore of this island carried mint. On the obverse sidefl appear through rate of like class

No less than ten Italian cities and thither by favorable winds and the I oressed with lolumbua; they favored well kept street. the head of Columbus d Jed 'rt>m quoted which by any line from the point from

for the currents of the sea. Oojects, mute him by paying gracious attention to his Mrs. Bessie dark, and her uttto son the Lotto portrait: and stjndias it you 'tan. This applies to both
contending the close of which one and
towns have been evidence-that in the remarks, at they way round trip tkktW.
witnesses, giving deemed it to refer the "Tom" who have been visiting her the words. "World's Cot an Exposition. In purchasing
of there must be expedient proposition local tickets
honor of being the birth-place dim vista of the west to anv of
to a learned commission at sister Mrs. J. W. Milter, the past fort Chicago 183." 0 reverse above named Junctions be
something careful
something perchance great
to
Christopher Columbus, the illustrious but yet hidden, enshrouded in utter balamanca, where Columbus was again night,in Crescent City, left Tuesday, side will appear a caravrtpresenting take a receipt from agent at starting

who, by his indomitable darkness. We know today how the requested to state his views. The opposition the 6th, to the regret of her many Colambos' flag-ship, and f th it two point handed, for fare paid, which should be
navigator, which he here encounteredwas I to
for and Esquimaux and Arctic voyagers are friends. hemispheres. Above th*\Tel will our agent, so that he can
spirit, succeeded iu discovering indeed very discouraging, a ma- arrive at proper through
of the drift wood which rate to
and
good use beneath
making charge
be of
"United States
continent who Mrs. II. Tebbets returned to her Amf For
to mankind a jority of the ecclesiastics, largely information
bequeathing is conunuaily being borne to the coastsor the hemispheresJoIuinbianHalf as 'o rates, routes,
. which at this day, but tour hundred the dreary arctic regions; we know predominated in this commission, held home in Crescent City, after a visit ofa Dollar.: There is loabt that through schedules and sleeping tar:

him and Canary Islands "That tbe opinions of the aspiring week ten days with Mrs. J. F. most accommodations, apply to
after its discovery by is that on the Azores or this coin will be regardr.fhe undersigned,
years wood is found and discover were incompatible with the distinctive and highest heap souvenir JAMES MEVZIKS
by the offsprings! : of Euro- American drift Hhoads in Jacksonville.Mrs. pf A. C. KNAPP,
populated must have been found in Columbus' Holy Scripture and the dogmas estab- of the World Fain GeneraIfnt.: Traffic
pean races of men, forming nations at time. lished by the fathers of the church." Finett Sealey, who spent the All of these noavenir9. except I"alatka, Fla. Macon Manager

once powerful and independent, and in Trunks of pine trees, of a foreign I Only two dignitaries of the church, summei with her daughter in Cleve- five are being sold -At i nn Price Ga.
the Grand Cardinal Mendoza,and the of one; dollar each.: Fo| first coin -
,
the galaxy of which stands preeminently variety, are frequently found at Fayal land Ohio, returned to her beautiful been offered STKEXGTH AJllt WEALTH.
Columbus struck has V
Archbishop of Seville supported off 10OOU |
foremost our own beloved coun- and Graciosa, two of the Azores or home in Crescent Cuy last week. and various been bid If you are not
Martin Vtn- in sharing his ideas, and they price feeling strong and
There
try, the formidable United States of cente Western, a Portugese Islands. pilot, fished out of finally succeeded in simply postponinga The meeting of the V. I. A. of Cres- for the 400th,'14g d. IWif thPTenira d the last be health, try Electric Bitters.: If "La

America, for whose grandeur and political the sea a curiously carved piece of decision in the matter until after the cent City Novenber 7th. was well at- distributed coin. Desiring as widely that a.-f Ie among Grippe" has left you we.k and weary

existence le/ions of heroes and wood work, and his brother-in-law, close of the war, which was then being tended. They offered their hall free the people. and that all* tine of use Electric 1litft rs. This remedy act

bled and Pedro CorVea likewise showed Columbus waged with the Saracens, the followers for the of "Columbus have f.to obtain directly
patriots have fought, suffered, of Mohammed. That the time thus meetiug's a locality an equal on Liver, Stomach and Kid.
be mind- a similar article of handiwork, ap- Clu if the ladies of Crescent them, the Exposition pif have neys, gently aiding those
should City
this ever the .
died. Of we patently made without the use of an gained had been sufficient to turn sought to prevent syn ?! others form their organs to per

Tul and under all circumstances feel iron tool; also a bamboo cane or large ultimate decision of the commission would organize one, and a meeting was from purchasing largptities and afflicted with functions.Sick If you are

justly proud of the land of our birth or pole of sea reed, such as had been seen I into a favorable one is conclusivelyestablished appointed for Friday night for the pni- thus "cornering" the fcln the contrary find Sj eedy and Headache, you will '
by the fact that immediately haves supply permanent relief bv
they
forgetting to give fervent in India, was found and mauy other pose of discussing the subject. taking Electric BlUe '
choice, never wonderful than these for after the surrender of Granada, which banks, business house lividaaLI !!. One trial will

thanks to Almighty God for the things more small boats; terminated the Saracen war, the gov- in all parts of the coQI has manyas convince you that this is the remedy
.
that New
I it was related even The Disco.el'J.Yon you need. Large
manifold blessings which we here so ernment stood ready to give s-ips and they may desire to pte among bottles only at
of LowrY
with dead bodies an unknown &
I Ilulse's
canoes, everything else appertaining to a have heard your friends and their patrons. custmrfl trif'n
abundantlyenjoy. race of men, had drifted to proper outfit of an expedition, to Coimbus. neighbors talking about it. You may They require only thaf ders must

Yea, my friends, the day we now these islands. be for fifty coins or ultiple of -TIIESUNDAY-
the
remarkable findings and other But on again weighing yourself be one of the many who know :
Such wnpanied
that the
celebrate is to commemorate the four and emoluments fifty.and orilf
important observations necessarily led high political positions from personal experience just how good by the cash at the rat dollar for
of the revealingof which Columbus demanded, the SUN
hundredth anniversary to the conclusion "That westward,at a you are one of its staucch friends, be. each coin. A great l wake and !
short
this continent and to bestow renewed perhaps immeasurable distance there enterprise was, at least for a cause the wonderful thing:: about it is, business firms have! complied

honors upon him who, notwithstanding must be land!I" And what land can it time, set aside. that when once given a trial,Dr. King'sNew with these comhrioufidered each $2.OO A Year.
that Columbus also
be?" "It must be the eastern coast of In order to show from 50 to $t/l'O'l* ->f tl-
trials and tribulations Discovery ever after holds a
to many well tions
to have
had an eye to business as as Notwithstanding tll
finally stepped forth as the discover Asia! This was coincided thought with by many these high titles and the honors therewith place In tbe house. If you have never been widely publish** vast number ,'O.\"T.\L"VIXG
and Columbus used it and should be afflicted with a MORE REAIHNO
connected it be well to state his of inquiries by I" been re- MATTER
thereof whose name even now may
He studied vanous cosmo-
views. cough, cold or any Throat, Lung of ask THAN
demands: First for himself, dunng ceived Expcwitionparters ANY PAPER
resounds, amid praises and rejoicings, graphical works, particularly the his life and for his heirs and successors Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once ing bow the coins m ained. The PUBLISHED

throughout every realm of the old as "Image Mundi," or Picture of the forever, he demanded the office of and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed best way is to get rfnragh local IN AMERICA.

well as of the new world. World,"audit was from this book that admiral in and all lands and continents every time, or money refunded. banks, all of which *abt willingto Address THE
Concerning the earlier life ant decent he obtained his views in cosmographyor any Trial bottles freest Lowry & Hulse's, accommodate in KY their patrons SUN,

of Christopher Columbus, there knowledge of the world, and derived which he might discover or druggists. AntI tM raritl! the city- Or oc !8-2m NEW YORK

are no authentic records. According to the impression that the Atlantic acquire with the same honors and town in which they business.

a document recently found in the Uceau was but narrow; believing that rights which the Grand Admiral of In Soutbamton county, Virginia, If, however, for if"- it is desired The "Ge&fwtar" ShOt lead

, archives of Madrid, he was born at to reach tbe eastern coast of Asia, the Castile enjoys; second, he to the be the there is an old well, which is said to reflect to obtain tl rwise, the
, town on the Medi- of Kithai or Chapan and Vice-King and Governor of all said proper method is tif'ab of sub 'cm all
Lavona a seaport countries at the
dead faces coffins and other low
un-
tcraoean, which during the fifteenth Cioango (China and Japan), he would lands and continents, with the privilege scribers for fifty cs- multiple price of Lint\
l of nominating three candidates No ex- of and select f member of
spectral fifty,
canny appearances.
was under the dominion of have to sail about 2,500 miles; Dollar
t century, only and
, the Geoosse Republic. The reports never dreaming:: that a vast continent, for the office of of which Governor three of candidatesthe any islandor planation has been given and the owner the and club to distribute to send on**and when money re Fifty Cenh, at

I about the year of his birth are also an entire hemisphere, lay in the way, province, for such of the property is alarmed at such phi- ceived. I f
to select one / JR.
greatly; at variance. Jf we accept as and that the distance between the Ca- office King third was after deducting costs and bomena. If this is not a "fake" on I Orders should *t'd to A. F. DUJV..i\-.s:

correct the statement that he died at naries and Japan was nearly five timesas ; Seeberger, treasur Columbian
he demands one-tenth of all the order of Mulhatton that
perhaps
Valladolid on Ascension Day, theft great as by him calculated. expenses, I Exposition, Chic;!IS probablethat Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
of undertake a the pearls, precious stones, gold, silver old well is haunted by the people who adv for distribution
the
20th of May, 1506, at age seven But the chief impulse to the coins wil 4 LL VERO> \
which 'i
ft ty-five, then he must have been born voyage westward was received by Christopher and all other things and wares were killed by its impure water. until sof becem ber. .11. tM aUk ot IlA 1) $L.CLAIMS Rrtuolt Af.AIX9
bartered otherwise decease
In the year 1435. The years 1445 and Columbus! in the year 1474, might be found, or Bat the orders arf t in rapidly, late.f rata*' Ctmmtf, Florid will <
i historians Tascanelli. This obtained in the jurisdiction of his ad and will be filled HW of being'received. them to me. sad as penuo r ,indebted press to
! 1450, which other give as through a letter from '' Deserving Praise. estate wffl make paynwirt to nw.i M>
miralty.
6 the time of his birth,do not agree with noted astronomer and cartographer Then important Maid L.
REY
A rZT
whatever that We desire to to our citizens that oold se2-ew
It in
the by him attained. with whom Columbus correspondedand can be no surprise say that all who desif put Admrw,:...tw11

Neither age are we in possession of a who died in the year 1482, says in such apparently exorbitant exactions for years we have been selling Dr. their orders as sble. NOTICE

1 true portrait of him; the several pictures one ot his letters to the voyager: prompted intentions the King for it to must pause be in borne his hon-in King's New Discovery for Consumption A TERR DER- OF FINAL DISCHARGEATOnCE .

extant, and which have all been "I admire your Intention to sail west, est ; Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck- IS HEREBY:
t' mind that the discovery of a new con- IJIVEX THAT
issued as accurate, bear no semblance and I am convinced, as you must have tinent not thought of but the len's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, The nod,. .f a?omra Fo.n _and Ua.tftd&w, I will i n-- my tit tit 1
was ,
each other. According to accounts chart that the course which Purls TuCK-bcr** Ext< innr.it .tw MtW I
. to seen on my assumed eastern coast ot Asia, with and have never handled remedies thatsell tf1 of Samuel V.fIIMo drr a'el. UU!! .If Pate
of contemporaries, he was a tall and intend take Is not as difficult as CnMMjr.totbvCoMaty
you well that have such ov.'b murder ; Jo4jre f 1'1,1'
or given
India and the islands, coun- as PARIS uk for final "unto
robust man; !but, judging from the peculiar one might think. On the contrary the adjacent We do hesitate a dtncfcarce a*.u< h hue< ntor
satisfaction. not in
wonderful end universal this I
to be so / city.
I shape of his head and complexion route to yonder regions which I have tries, reported has been broogl CABLJ-NO VARIES,
time and
them
f he had more the resemblance of a indicated quite safe. You would marvelously rich these lands were we stand to guarantee ready to refund every the purchase, The body of a f nan. cut into Crescent(.itr-. -n-....net. ii..,, trig Kxe.-Qto 01'. ..

Northman than that of an Italian; in have no hesitancy whatever had YOU, sought tint as even an at acquisition.this discomfiture Columbus price, if satisfactory results do not follow twelve pieces,l veered in an I"I

his ruddy and freckled face like conversed with persons house in!"*, near Par-
\ oblong, myself, does not despair he has ob- I their use. These remedies have empty Tremont Hotel
glistened a pair of light blue eyes, the who have been in those countries. served that the Queen and some of her won their great popularity purely on cades Buttes The head of ,

I hair was of a reddish hnej turning Mighty kings will be surely met, many counsellors are still upholding his ideas; their ments. For sale by Lowry & the body had hand conld not Cl'oaJUaLT: novae: TOGXIKEWRAX
rather prematurely; was therefore cities and provinces, -
t pray taken for older than he populous of abundance of possessed they do so, thinking that m acquiring a Ilulse, druggists. be found. The excitement,
generally an precious
and pan of the wealth _China and Japan, not only in thtfw where the STREET. YEAR BAY, JACKS4SVILLE /
I and the kings princes
really was. stones lands will their country would thereby be better Every mother thinks her baby the tragedy was fnt throughoutthe FLA"
Even his proper name cannot be established which rule in these distant aractf'r of the

, with Certainty. His son, I be highly pleased if a way is opened to enabled the Holy to Land.dispel These the Saracens sentiments from becoming most wonderful in the world, but we crime city cansinf, th-f ii1 comment. CENTRALLY cr LOCATED..gpb .ovate OPTV i. ALL t

Fernando, says in bis reminiscences: them to enter into communication with Columbus who doubt if anybody will ever match one I Twd mm sa-f 1QK the murderers Rate, flOO.&vorr day.DODGK. &

"The family name was Colon," and the Christians, and to be instructed by paramount be his, to the, royal born in Lubeck, Germany, in 17:11.: have p1- The scene
father for : and in happens to on way I rter .t CCLLEJfSf!
then continues: IU. a these in the Catholic religion, of the murdf' inhabitedby
court of France is overtaken by a messenger He pronounced every German word ne.L1m
long time, crui.ed the seas in company I all sciences." conducted I many stir northeasterly Prolln"
with a pirate named Colon, and It thus becomes apparent that views and to the royal encampment when 9 months old, and at one year he portion of thl/ar away are 1

thai with him he participated in the and theories bearing on the existence at Santa Fe, near of Seville', knew all the leading events of theworld's I the great abfui market of Notice to Debtors and Credit
I 17th
and there on the day April,
,
of four Venetian merchant towards the setting Paris.
r capture of unknown regions history. At two years and a
1492 the memorable is
entertained and agreement 1TImcoE IS HEREBY IVEX
of the FIB
men" sun were I
himself and the Crownof half he could question in fcariBff
made between answer any RECKl etain* ar-unit tu
This act of piracy occurred on the inculcated many prior to the ac- ANO ot John Meta to ,
Cist August, 14S5, near Cape St. tual solution 0 lean problems by Spain. The above cited demandswere geography or history in German, French I Llret thermated, wittt urMcat 1M Woe ttir iitiivii|.ui' t

Vincent, and the booty is said to have Christopher Columbus. But, nevertheless adopted, excepting that the Latin or Dutch. lIe died before his 1! One Hnn lr 4 > .t t5sr win t* Headed in I:jr '
profits were reduced from one-tenth to tea ...... to said eswe will". .ik
..
been ebormous. The Senate of Venice this daring voyazer, who was of information s ANTH4iy
fourth year a prodigy ChilliPaiaTiv
and that Columbus was to .
-reported this matter to their embassa-! destined to demonstrate the verity of one-eighth. TACOMA, KL-A special Fw 1 1* Ailrnuiul
I bear one-eighth of the cost of equip- beyond what many of the greatest .. Sptemi dor at Madrid, stating that the ptasteswere these opinions, is ever deservedly en- to The LjVietorfa. B. a. eH Iw
his of 1
under the command of Nicolo: I titled to all honors and laudations for ping the expedition; this, part scholars ever become. His name was I Thefacifi railway's -

Giovanni Griego. These and other a hidden continent, such expense, was readily advanced to Henry Ilemecken. says:
and bringing to li.jht, Japan -
I Columbus by Martin Alonxo Penizon, steamship f arrived 0 0
a' I
statements of that time seem to indi- thus firmly establishing himself as oEYE
a wealthy seaman at 1'aloe, and an ad- for THE Sunday ni f1 t, having made t OPENS
the of subscribe
cate that Onega was true name benefactor of mankind. Now is the time to

our Columbus, and that he simply exchanged -i Once determined to undertake the mirer of the reat discoverer.On TIMES also take advantage of its unsurpassed -I 17 knots fjl&ig i the trans-
he Columbus
Giovanni the aid of the 23d of May ( ) THIS SPACE
his Christian name Columbus sought a Pacific(1t
voyage
arrived at Palos, to conduct the preparations advertising commas.
with ChrUtophorus. e., supporter of government to secure a suitable fleet. memorable Midway ng Kong and WILL

Christ-when he sought the aid of the I At first he went to Portugal, where, in for the first "voyage which Shanghai, t'OMUnterl"d a'' BEjOCCVriED BY

further his project in makIng 1431 the yeat"'old John II, across "the Unknown Deep, "TIlE
to the
Church year and ,-thanks to the POPULAR IDAHO
with its foaming billows gloomy terrific ty
Be emulator of his
of discovery. admirer and
agi'etit voyage a glowing rill
mists had not been bereft of its hors "GermanSyrup" stanchnes good seaman.ship. -
, this as it may, the name of Christopher grand-uncle and predecessor, Henry, the Piloc.a ." she T. 3f. RAY, rBor'B,
And after "Beggar -
him after the had ascended rors.
by
Columbus was adopted called "the voyager"- just I tal
The steamship
abandonment of his piratical pursuit the throne,and was at that time doing sobriquet then much with bestowed his upon the I Dohhara.eling pe rompaniou. WHO WILL TELL TOr-
men!
his name is given as Chiistovat utilize the important discoveries him by scepticals- The
be
In Spanish his t to and his : t ; latter -ABOt'T *s
Colon, and it is stated that he of Marco Polo in Asia, for crews of the Nina, Vinta flagship :: I became The ION of THE GOOD

assumed this name in order to distinguish the sole benefit of his realm. The King' the Sauta Maria-bad confessedand he liCe is pI I twentythreeanrPIPO KEPT AT THIS IIKOBT.Jtotic ; .
taken the Lord's Supper on 1
,
himself and descendants from entertained Columbus very amicably, '"
.
of the Columbus family to his plans andproposition the 3d day of August, 1492, put 16 sea
other branches ; listening attentively the memorable act of I have been a great for Pablkadu.
under and began! ever the
him
land true under this family name but, detaining IlseBeaLx Theila
his known In mon establishing a highway to this hemis- Asthma. sufferer from Asth- LAn Omcx AT
'Colon" offsprings were many pretenses, he, the young eror William rtAixumu j
'' phere and in his wake we all-yea, and Colds SeptemberBona >
equipped and sent a vessel ma severe :*
arch quietly of their
Spain. land'I multitudes npon multitudes,have come Winter and last Fall the em VTOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVER: T?**
Columbus of the J.
As to whether Christopher westward, in quest very every my at 8a.m. > following named iwttMr ha* flteJf
was the son of an Italian nobleman, which Columbus contemplated to find, in person or through our ancestors, friends as well as myself thought startedTViten f01y r hG intention te nak flaal proof to* Off

Do mimeo Columbus, who died 1457, thus seeking to deprive the navigator seeking and fipding a peaceful of birth home, a because of my feeble condition, and of will the take part for his claim Clerk and that aid proof will tc. *be'
home right or restored V
#- or whether he was the son of a weaver, of his chances. But this inglorious expedition guaranteed oy great distress from constant cough- in the f which Luther VKAIBER IS. 1aAifrredj Tof *'f
choice-our own America. church Homln tnn londa,
Hd. for
made the
his residence between gale 17,813 ant
who divided still unsettled failed,a severe returned ing, and inability to raise any of the nailed against papel Ute Ji'tot 8.C. H.f o.ZT,ADd 8. V-'*.
is
Barona and Genoa, an seamen faint-hearted' they Sec. 2 8. K.
." and of Ladies are Unfortunate accumulated matter from my lungs, irvlnlg Ha names the ;not.lf *) .
"; **' ncstion. after a day's sail, the captain i4 by the duke witae*.M, "
The
It stems however, that young Columbus i the craft succeeded in getting the Kingto because the higher they rise In societythe that my time was close at hand. ; 'tat, the crown Mid eoctiauou land Ti reldeBe, Arthur upon r'. Lan and.of snip itj00 01'

considering the age In which believe that the statement of Columbus weaker they find themselves bodily.Risley'e When nearly worn out for want of pm< ace Albrecht the IT*.;
he live, received a very liberal educa- were the outcrop of a deranged Philotoken controls the nerves sleep and rest, a friend recommended duke of OldenOernigen dock Jam**of Lone Hantlartoa,of Hnatingtoo n*. *la., f. ***.

tion. Being of a rather restless disposition mind. Columbus, on learning these me to try thy valuable medicine burg e andQivt ep30-tw ALEX LrA *
of fourteen discontinued all aids nature in her various functions,
he at the are elected contemptible domes, Boschee's German

to lead the life of a sea-faring negotiations with':John II. Accordingto and thus combats with the many ills of Gentle, Syrup. I am con- "

man, and as such, for nearly a quarterof other authorities,however, the failure womankind successfully. If your dent it saved my t. v.t JE
he devoted Himself to is attributable to the Refreshing Having taken back e .+ b eb'pb. rn
of
a. century, success druggist has not got it he will order it ltfe. Almost the first AT tJaa& 4tt 110&
and the slave trade. which Columbus L to
for
piratical exploits enormous demands the national _
1 bottle from Chas. F. Sleep. dose gave me great ita r d : mugent
for for a ,
devoid
This, his occupation, *o utterly exacted. you
promptly
the diedhe at the close wholesale druggist, 62 CortlandSt. relief and a gentle refreshing el adopted
of all honor is undoubtedly reason HU wife having Risley, ion offered kti
Jfr. rn-.T
his and biographer, Fernando, 1461 and after having sent bis Send for a descriptive sleep,such as I had not had the by PATIENTS
why son ,of New York.
....... .. ..
passes over the earlier life"of his sire, brother, Bartholomew, to England on a with directions and cer- for weeks. My cough began immediately ISmiVM| mot important as IL L" F.bTIIL-
pamphlet, UIEaiU ML'
by avenns that he knows but little of mission about his project, left Lisbon, tiicates from many ladies who have to loosen and pass away, andI tlond AM occurred In a =

his father' doings prior to the lest but whither he went Is unknown with used it and can't say enough in' favorof found myself rapidly gaining in as '11 tab ace next

voyage of discovery. certainty. Not until the end of 1489 Philotoken. health and weight. I am pleasedto II. and that ererr BRIGHT sennons ecn
Risley's
ret la UM raalt of
Perhaps in his 30th year Columbus does he again appear, this time in inform thee-unsolicited-that I G.4 toil I current commas /ong

became acquainted with the great Southern Spain; poor and penniless, am in excellent health and do certainly rJ of tail ?
"In-
discussion sub
of
Co. pamphlet shoal bye
ocean, loom Bristol, England, where knocking at the gate ot the Franciscan c.. A.. Snow h G graatd pr

Mother Italian navigator, Cabot, had Monastry, Santa Maria de la Babida formation and Advice about Patents, attribute it to thy Boachee'sGerman lea turn to his EOOM to jects. Sample! fret;

/ be undertook a voyage north- for a monelof "etc. Syrup. C. B. Srrtrx.
gone, in Andalusia, a suppliant Caveats TrademarkSjCopy/ights, ,
Ta CkrUtlaa UiKwYork
'
1rard, sailing about one hundred milesJtxyond bread for his hungry little boy, free at offic Picton Ontario.

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The following schedule went into
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A Prize Picture Puzzle. effect October 10, 1892, on the. J. T. &

K. W. and Florida Railways;


IEZPLANATION.-Tb following ptetw contains tarn beet,a nan and kit three daaghter. GOING NOETH.
) hey-cae fwd the -',face bat it lIIOC lit eaq 10 cIutiapiab the laces ol the tbrw young 1adaa. Arrives. Departs.ti'o.144.20 .
Th.picture wa pvbCahed ia a few ne ipaptii sows time ago and attracted considerable attendee to
f our*tt aow a flew|>riaecaeajwaUaniBeaaiMctMB>with i&. As the sale object
lr ia to lIItre dace our a sdkioa into ....balMs,,. thc.e.-be ateted tile f.-- .wmperkion am regaeued N'o. 78-10.47 a. m. 10.52 a. m. Oange Boxes
not to-prw in this one As to the reliability of"Tbs For Pill Ce.,"and the aumatiaa ia which th i. N'o. CC- 4.00 p. m.ooixo Wraps.
OMxbaiMs are bed te Toronto, Canada,where they are btt knon patrons are referred.the daily ,
aawsf.p.i.,whaiesaU dn r."**....hBJiog huinm bourn gsfloally ol'_ SOUTH.

Arrives. Departs.

t Xo. 71-10.45 a. m. . . ">
and NailsAND
N'o. 27- 1.65 p. m. 2.00 p. m. Hoops

i iI it \ No. 209-7.25 p. m. 7.30p. m.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN R. R. MANUFACTURER OF

4\i' \\ ? GOING N'OKTH.Arnves. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -

: l lS Depaits.NTo. CYPRESS AND YEW[ PINE
; 1l 7S 10.45 a. m. No. 71-10.55 a.m Flour Grits
Corn. Bran Oats Cotton
i Xo. CC- 3..V p. m. Xo. 27- 2.00 p.m Hay, ,
itI

Ripans Tabules purify the blood. LUMBER !
t'f Seed Meal and Fertilizers.

HEATTY'S PIANOS AND ORGANS.

lIon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great SATSUMA nlGII L'8. FLA. OLD J., T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE

Organ: and Piano manufacturer, is
>> building and shipping more Organsand ISAU orders will receive prompt attention and quick >hipm Bta maJe., ., '

Piano than ever. In 1870 Mr. Notice of Removal.In

Beatty left, home a penniless plow-boy, .
and by his indomitable will! he has

: worked bis way up so as to sell so far consequence of the rebuilding of

nearly 100,000 of Realty's Organs and
I l'I Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to the Store X o. 51 Lemon street, WALTER THOMAS.

dishearten him; obstacles laid in his

/ / way, that would have wrecked any C. I. ROWTONhas

ordinary man forever, he turns to an .
ll advertisement and comes out of it removed the corner of Lemon

brighter than tever. His instruments, and Front streets, in the Kean Block,
lately occupied by II. T. Vatterlit.
,
known and
as IS well are very popular
are to be found in alt parts of the where he will be glad to supply his

u world. We are informed that during patrons as heretofore with the BEST Staple anclF nc Groceries

the next ten years he intends and FRESHEST: FKUITS in season.

200,000 more pf his m\ke,1-hat meansa Oranges. Bananas, Strawberries, Ap-

business of $20,000,000 if we average ples, Tomatoes, Dates Fisjs. Raisins,

them at $100 each. It is already the &C., &c. Also Fresh Bread, Cakes,

largest business of the kind in exist Pies and Candies. PALA1KA FLORIDA.

The proprietors of "Th. ,.,. PHI C..." wiTl give an elegant! pair of Shetland Pp ies. ence. Send to Daniel F. lieattv, Washington Cigars,Tobaccos, &c.of the choicest
Carriage and Harness, valued at'600. (delivered free i.&DJ.-n of the United States. New Jersey for Catalogue.THE ; brand
to tae>rj?person who caa.It..out the three daughters'(aces. To the amuse'will be given aa_lerantLady' Pure California Gripe Juice and CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS.
will be of
Cold Watoh set in sapphires and diamonds. To the fur giiren a pair '
f"*""* Diamond Ear.,ln... to tb. / *** will be even a baodnM China Dinner SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CO. New York Apple Ciaer. mvG
Service iott.fiMwrl kovna Kodak Camera. Totlle* i't4.Swls8 Muslo
Box. Jo the tnntk.. a French Mantel Clock. 10 the wan elegant Banquet INSURANCE CLAUSE.
Lamp. TO the ax/*,a pa..of crown Derby Vases. To the */*,a complete Lawn ALL GOODS WAItJlRXTED OR MOSEY REFU "D1J. jalMy
many other prues in order of merit iwery comp tits must cot oat tin above All Insurance Companies now require J. G. MANGOLD
I'usxlePleture
,"distinguish thethr.girW'face,by suiting a croai with a lead pencil on each, .
and enclose __ with t$ U. K. two- "?ord'a Prize Fills-"Ford. "Ford'n Prise
Price Catarrh Itemed/, or
Cough Care. Select any oneof the above remedies dear*. Address 4Tbe Ford covering on mercantile buildingsand LEADING ARTIST IX BAMBERG
Pill Co.," Cor. Wellington & Bay Sis., Toronto, Car.r Tbe person whoa envelop U stocks located in cities or collectan
postmarked first will be awarded the lore prize and the others Io order of menu A* this adrerluement ,
appear simultaneously throughout t6. United States every one bat an equal opportunity additional premium of 25 per cent. PORTRAIT AND
To tb person aeadingthe rut correct answer will.. given an elegant Upright Concert
Grand Piano valued at6OO.OO. Toth yfrirper ofrora the 4u sending a correct answer per $100 insured.
will be gires>a gentleman's fine Oold Sandom" ,Watch, which strike the boor* and quarter that LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY.
t> on M email cathedral. gong at pleasure,and valued at V3OO.OO. To the grad from the Utt,aUK This clause requires (at the Business
Safety lileycle.pncamauctire. To the thirdfro.atha14.1" fira T.theJowelhorn the Utt, aauseofParlorFurniture. To(W iJMfromthebtt.a.amn
,- Silver Tea bervlc To the n rtk from theluan elegant Piano Lamp. To the maintained on mercantile property for
math from tbs lair a bandsome pair of Portiere Ito, the Figtuh leather travelling Trunk. To the tuntk from theo Uit two pieta of genuine French at least 75 per cent. of its value; and _vwaof...- ."Groves,Reold nee.,etc.. with.
Statuary( and...,Other prizes ba order of iSPECIATj -. .n .. .une of Studio. Always up
in event the insurance is for lees than to thelatent.ty....of 1'ortra.lture. If you wanta S. C.

IJUZ"FOR KAC1I STATE.A 75:; per cent. of the value of the prop as Crayon before of sending yonnelf off old to Pictures some free enlarged portrait try

apecwl prize of a Silk Dreaa Pattern (sixteen yards, any color). or a nrM wlns Machine (any make desired) will be.given to the ,/frrf perwo ia each State in the insurer to the amount of such deficit
IT S who caa make out the tiree daughters'face We shall give aw y 2OO Talnable prl *.. BEATTVS ORGANS SedfrOta: :
betdc special prues,(if there should be to many sending correct answers.) Necbargei made for boxing and in that event will bear his, her or :
and packing of pnsea. The names of the leading prize winners will be pubfcsbed in connection with oar logue. Address, AMiL Y. BRATTY Wa hIncton. -
..jstd venuement h leading newspapers next month. Extra premiums will be given to only those who are their proportion of any PARTIAL loss. .New Jersey. north BOOK-KEEPING, SHORTHAND
Vising to assist ia introducing oar snedibnes. Nothing chanced for the pnws in any way. They
absolutely Ii...away Introduce and advertise Ford'!'*Pr I te Bemed lee.*which are stanJrd In case a merchant or owner of mercantile -
saedidnei,and will be used ia every family for yean where they' have. been once introduced All carries insurance for THE ACME TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP.
yri- will be awarded strictly ia order of merit,and with perieq iatiilactiun to the public. The remedies property
via be tent by mail,postpaid,aDd prima free Of datjr. less than 75 per cent of the value of

A WATC1I FOR EVERY CORRECT AXsWER.Aa same, it would be best to pay additional APARTMENT HOTEL If you want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS

of 25: cent. 8100
premium per per
extra psmlnmof a genuine "Fearleee"Tat h. (stem winder)will..awarded to
every at a MINIMUM COsT, come to our College. Send ODe cent stampfor
tenonwbo tends a correct answer within yo days after tha advertisement ,ia case they should not insured, and have 75 per cent. coinsurance Refitted and Refurnished with Entirely New
fortunate eaoatgh to MaIN one of the larger prises. That is,if any one can: find tile three facet: and Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located convenient Catalogue.! bl-tf
dose them wit ia 99 day from die time this advertisement appears in tbe newspaper, they are clause omitted from policy. to Depots" and Boat Landing Good
karmnteed either oee of the leadinf prices or aa extra premium of a watch oe CODdittonaitated. Further information in relation to Dining Room la Connection, with Correspond'
to answer will be noticed that does not contain 30 cents: for one of Ford" Prize Remedle fug Low Prices.HTFnrnished.
Address THE FORD PILL CO,-,T,"Cor.W.UiAgtoa 4 Bay Sti, Toronto, Canada. this clause can be obtained at the Insurance 92.00 to ss.00 per Rooms Week.,Me.! to fl.00 per Day G. LOPER BAILEY. CHA3. K. niLLIARD.

Agency of G. TAPER BAILEY
H. A. :BURT Proprietor,
& Co., Palatka, Fla, opposite Putnam Iii 1P.Bay Street, JacksonTUle ru.

.epoadenee CRYSTAL hlatka LAKE TI.u.NOTES. AN ORDINANCETO House.: loc9o.l,1 G. LOPER BAILEY & CO.(


a NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE-
4
[DELAYED LETTER.] Rrik
OF MY INTENTION TO APPLY
CRYSTAL LAKE, Nov. 3. -''PllOVIDE FOR THE LEVY NOTICE Honorable Judge of Probate of Putnam 1ciAeQLLEt
Florida,on the FIRST MONDAYIN
fistopher Columbus discovered OF TAXES FOR THE Count. U. 188, to make final returns of ? Fire Life and Accident Insurance
Hca yes, we are sore of that, be. my accounts as Administrator de bonis Don of ; ,
deceased, and for
estate of Wm. P. Bingham a
I the children told as all about it YEAR 1892. final discharge from said AdmlnUtratonhlp! ,is
ler hereby given,in compliance' with
.laromK.
21. Under the direction ofboburn CHARLES T.

,the Christian Lake Schoola Administrator de bonis non. .l a
October 11, l89"L ocl4-6m
very successful plogramme. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL i PALATKA. FLORIDA.

of Christopher Columbus OF THE CITY OF PALATKA, F

tro8tlC by the smaller hildten, STATE OF FLORIDA.

| iled applause. I SECTION 1. That for the purpose of Mexican

\\g\e Bagley's rendering of Chris- securing an equal sod uniform rate of Jacksonville Tampa and Key W st
taxation and to the
1 Columbus was very taking, and I pay appropriationsfor
the current expenses of the city, ,
t Davis would be hard to beat aslor.
and for paring the expenses of the
A number from Pomona Fire and Water Department and the q rTHE.SCHOOL
RAILWAY COMPANY.MAcON
| .attendance. interest on bonds,there shall be levied .
Mus
every one from this section upon the Real and Personal Property, nglinimant .
in said city a tax of SIXTEEN MILLS OF THE SOUTH. YOUNG RECEIVER
)ended camp meeting at Beecher ,
the dollar distributed as follows:
Those who go with the idea upon General Fund-Eleven mills. (Open day and night the entire year.) .

benefitted will not be disap- Fire and Water Fund-Four and one- THETropical rq--
SUCCESS UNPARALLELED !
1 half mills. I uesae.viut JACKSONVILLE!

Interest on Bonds Fond-One.half THREE DISTINCT DEPART'E\ S-Com- Trunk Line
ife uJd has colored
sap up TAMPA I
0 merdal, Stenograph. T.Ic yapit-oorertag*,.110O 4
t ges earlier than usual but mill.Passed by Council this 27th day of feet of space all under direction of ifistin-
RIshed rneeUbsts. Test books discarded! Embracing the System of Railways and KEY WEST
of no complaint on that ace October, A. D. 1602.WM. Scholarships and board other institntlons. Steamers shown on adjoining map ex.
RADCUFFE DEWITT Oradvates C-\JIlaC\ : ptwittons lading aouthward from Jacksonville.excel e /' i SYSTEM
through oar ajeney-not one idle. in equipment and service,reach all
bum gave one of her enjoyIs President of Council. Send for handsome eatatogBe to prominent winter and summer Tot CONNCCTIOIISUAXa
Approved October 28th 1892.. forMAN WTATT MARTIN,
a
Monday, Ilaltow-een, at MARTIN GRIFFIN, Jn., Mayor. se2>tf )(&0011.Ga. Pleasure Resorts
t D! house; white the children Attest: JOSEPH PRICE, .rem l zn anus,t eat....e. _

(t hex and spirits of modern [SEAL.] City Clerk. of Florid. Through-train serrice with 1N0,",, er o I

tll polled the candy plates and October 28lh: 1892. sfr Parlor, Pullman Buffet, and Sleeping "; ? r
Can carry you through rd stt
P4ues, ye old folk visited and CURE w'wy 0ii a /'. s

en c musk of our "distinguish. Chamberlain's Eye and a tJan rYOURSELFfr Orange Groves, "t
Y M
Ointment.A I
ed If the applause indicated if tron bled with Gonorrh \
th sentiment Thomas Gil. certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye,
or Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald H?J.d. Old J or any nnnatural discharge aak1lyoar
mo had andBEAST druggist for a bottle of
Ir
a more appreciativeI Gardens
Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, I Big G. It cares In a few days Vegetable t
I We must not omit mention Itch Prairie I wUh< ut the aid or publicity of a e ata i
Scratches Sore Nipples I doctor. Kon-poisonous and "
of IL solos, with banjo accom- and Piles. It Is cooling and soothing. BB 1 guaranteed not to stricture. Pineapple Plantations, y'y ,..4. .
\ Tin IMwrsol Amrrln Cvt. .
pan y Lee Smith,and the dute Hundreds of cases have been cured by Manufactured Wrt. l7Arr.

kno solo Jones-Parry. Every one it after all other treatment had failed kTb Iiiai Ckemidl by Co.I Phosphate Mines, a.n.w i'e
er gar
Dagley and dark the
play U is put up in 23 and SO cent boxes. CINCINNATI, O. '
violilwith Mr. Bacley at the aa
Fields ; aawt..aa
u. s. a. Cocoanut j
orga music decided 4y 6
!
was a success. --
Notice to Debtors and Creditors 1 00 O sari air.. .
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ALOX9 Tall- irva S arw
So lab correspondent thinks is HEREBY GIVEN FOR ALL aae.ata
he ccfcvert a lone prohibitionist NOTICE baring claims against the eat *e of FORForly St. Johns River ; r ;
bv U\Q of a little silver not Martha A. Methane, deceased, late of Putnam ,
; VIGOR OF MEN
O aDty, Florida,to the r9
quite present same duly anthentkated uMT
my friend. We hope and within the time prescribed by taw Indian River c
betie\ V j9 not far distant when, or this B.tk- wH* he pleaded In bar; and all Easily: Quickly. Permanently Restored.W.takae.a. ,
._...._
Debility and all
Indebted .
to aM will
persons fate nuke
Due usinesa will get the black ment t. WM.1L 31cQHANE, p&1-' YearsTHE the train of eTlla from early error*or later excewea.tbe Lake Worth "
eye it t. AMOS. LOUISE WCSHCNK, I strencth.reralta deTelcpneiit.of overwork,and alckDeaa tone, worry*ften,rte.to every full i "

Executors. I onaa aDd portioa of tbe body Staple, natural -voaauxa A JlS1II' PotTs TO- !
SAX ){ TlO.FLA.,Sept.Kth,1892. .
FOR PAKALYfelS.elius II snetaods. IsomMliat trnproTeraeat -- tailnretaposMble.
mew Jflno references Bo.,k. ezplcnationf w iT
Era of Furvell Ind. andprnnfamsuledtwtedfree.' Ad .
I ERIC MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. I \.e .
ler., ih induced Mr. Fineon NOTICE.One --- --- t '
I II Direct line to Tampa, Punta
whose I paralysis in the face,to I I' Corda andOulf Harbors. i

uj a Lf Chambertain'a Pain for information Hundred Dollar will us with be paid the I' DRUNKENNESSOr [ : 'i ",'J.
furnished TIME Y
Halm. Ir great surprise before proof to convict the pastes, when such I ST D RD.I abe Ll|.*r .....a... *...Uhe.? titled YOU ( .arw -jf"l l \..

the ]boliii been used she was a conviction shall be bad. of any parties .7 a..WrI u.l.- areetat.Dr. MaUiM WILL { TROUBLE I S .

great dir. Her face had been who may be found trespessinj; on the It..mane drawneite side but the Pain I land in Putnam Count known as the' to wttaovt a glmmu ke of kwwf beer r.a dv cap*f of t :afl..e OF.tea.It M ov aea ta latli food I TRANSFERS -. ...
; Rodman Grant or of I k.ra.1..ad will .a.w a p.nsaa.at and apuay
Balm rtiji pain and soreness : any person or For SaleDY aura.whether ta*.pcneul la a sso4rate drinker.. or purch.dng tJcbca via JacksonTOJe and the J,T:.4 S. W.System- Bead for large map of "'..
thii persons, with tbe psoof to convict, aa alnaaolia wTvoau It ax boesi sjven ta tIt s aaea
and InZonnatloa of
assumed it DaLuralI8hape. el ta tmrj tastaao*a perfset ear lea tet4 free b7 Baa,with other IntereeC"W.
." liso when such convictlO shall be had, grad. 'Lila. Tb..y.taa ova tapn.aa.:
a certain cure for with tile SpMtSojt bsovasc aa ann"a aity
rheumatic back sprains swell who shall be found ct tin? or carrying tor tk.U4_app-u.t..xiwooeLnuPeTF1Cgj .
and I. away any timber or w< od from the sid ALLDRUGGISTS. 't: lh.prtM.rs.
ings 60 cent bottles for
sale by place. G. T. &' J. F. GUxx. Y a... boom .at.w y ..hail e6 B. DEXHAN", JAS. N. STROBITAR,

glsw. 'n.t Stewart Drug. Attorneys at Law, :Savannah, Ga. ACKIRYAYI.tj3TEWART.IDrngglat6 Acting General Saperintendent. General Passenger Ag nt.GZXXKAL .
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PALATKA tfEEKiY\ TIMES 1 FBUITLAND CAMP MEETING A REPLY TO "CITIZEN." '

: .. 1 Editor Palatka Time ;

e I While I was glad to see the answerto
MCKENZIE BUFITZ. PUBLISHERS ..
question in re Criminal Court
my
.
- --- -- -- THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MEETING YET
by. "Citizen," I .we greatly diwip
OFFICE: IB Dona' Bonding, Front Street HELD. # reading it. .
pointed on
.
:
next to POM Office. '
... "t .. .. the who
-'a "Citizen" is like sawyer,
-
-- had neither saw nor justice on his side, LILlEiWEiAL'S STOCKoF

SUBSCRIPTION JU.TK-on.Year, .UX; six. The camp-meeting conducted under so he talked all around the rate.
Month, BO Cent; ; Three Maths. 25 Cema..w.atPt.ODI
doe In advasa, the auspices of the Methodist Church You may be homo tnullarum Klera I

:: South, which" commenced on Octo- turn, but your communication of the :

PALATKA. FLA., NOV. 11,1892. ber 4th instant is petitio principii.We i -
27, closed\ last Sunday, the 6th inst.
care nothing for the reflex In.
This was tbe fourth annual I
meeting
fiuence, the dignity or majesty of the
has returned from i
G. Loper Bailey
held near Fruitland. in this county. law, axioms of moral science or the I

Chattanooga., The meeting just closed proved to be laws oMhe :Medes and Persians. .We I Furniture, Crockery, ;

A handsome awriln; has been placedIn one of great spiritual benefit to those wanted the cost in cold cash to run the ,
'V
front of W. C. )[oore'. store in attendance. These annual assemblies thing. ;

Prof. A. J. Wood and daughter have steaiily gained in interest Now, in the past two years, the item

old residentsof and moral force, and are looked to and of jail expense has increased, as per
Miss MatU*, of Virginia, Lamps Carpets
Palatka, are in the city. regarded as important help to all-re- statement of Clerk of Circuit Court, ,

ligious denominations In the coun'y, t$379; *o, according to that, crime i i8

We acknowledge a pleasant call from and indeed to the entire east coast sec decreasing the wrong wav.

IL O. Bailer prominent San Matoen, tion of the State. The grounds have Then steps in Mr. W. ll.. Bowen,one

Monday. Mr. Bailey reports a splendid been selected for their quiet lovelinessand of the County Fathers, and s&vsthaL Oil-Cloth
statement is nut correct that some of; Matting
crop of oranges. beautiful turroundings.: Many the money charged to the county is to ,

Chas P. Weater eM,of Chicago; ,has cottages have been built, and their be returned. Why is it shown as a
residence number will be greatly increased by county expense if it is not n&.t't The
movod Into tbe handsome Dunn ,
and
whole thing is mixed up badly, ,
in the West End, and will make the next annual meeting.: reminds me of some of the liquor petitions .
Rev. I. Ryder the pastor of the Advertisep :
Palatka his future home. Mr. West!r- as published by the late detungtPutnam
FruiUand Circuit, nobly assisted by the County Journal. ,
>field Is a civil engineer. Palatkans .I; '
Trustees, has given much time and at I think the good voters in this precinct L ,
will gladly welcome him. will! act in confoimily with the :
tuition to bring these into '
meetings beautiful peroration of "Citizen," that :
;"Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can, prominence, and he has been eminently Putnam County is "rapidly developing ment next Week.

at Grainger's.The successful. Large crowds were in attendance into a horticultural kingdom,a land

and all admired the orderlyand of pleasant homes, surrounded, etc." '
boilers for Captain Lucas new So we have no further use for that
solemn conduct of the sacred
services -
steamer, the Mattamora, have arrived, Criminal Court of Record and we will f
there rendered. this to have it decently!
and placed in position. They were day petition
The following ministers were in attendance interred, and on thetheadstone write
made by the Schoefield Iron Works of : 'Alia tentanda rio td."' 0"

:H con. ___ Rev. T. W. Tomkies, Presiding Elder November 81892. Norus. ... -

Piles of people have piles, but De. ; Rev. C. A. Fulwood, of Moultrie HOW OLD ART THOU-Gen. 87.

W tu'. Witch Hazel Salve will cure Fla.i' Rev.J. A. Fife of Reddick; Rev. .:- '4>

Peek. Miller, of Port Orange; Rev. This text formed the caption of a
Ihern. P. F. James Schofield, of Como, and Rev. 1.
discourse delivered last Sun
Mr. Dukes of Indian River. practical
"
Miss.Emma Bnttain, a most charming The following citizens of the surrounding day evening by Rev. J. Clarence New- .

young lady from Jacksonville, is country, with their families man, pastor of the Baptist Church of

visiting Miss Annie Ackerman. "tented" on the grounds: this city. Sermons are not valuable
Messrs. .John II. Green, E. W. J. -
for what the minister
:Mrs. G. W. Bassett and two children, Pamsh, W. D. Allen, John Tucker, only may say, J. D. COLYER INTERLACHENReal
P. Y. W. M. Williams Wm' but not infrequently they become the ,
Mies M bel and Master George, have Jennings, Hendricteon & DanforthOn
returned from New York, after a very Perry,James P. Appleby, Mrs. A. B. more valuable for what he fails to say.
Appieby,John Carter, L. R. LaBree. It often happens that the announcement THE TAILOR Estate Agency I
vi lt. Deck with New and Line of ,
a Complete
pleasant Mrs. Anger, Mrs. Hell, Mrs. Kunow, of
of selected'
a portion Scripture Offers fur sale for the Season f -;};>.
<>
Mr. Frank Appleby, Mr. L. Funk, GUNS. AMMUNITION FISHING NOTHING BUT EXPERIENCED
C. B. Moire and party,of New York, Fruitland Messrs. T. N. Gautier, Geo. opens 'to the thoughtful listener a EMPLOYS. His work has a STAXDUO! Rire. I 0.1, ORANGE GROVES, CUTTAOEM, \\ U.D
;
who had the steamer Alligator last sea Neal, John Maull, S. Neal, J. Long, scene of grandeur that holds as if in a TACKLE SPORTING GOODS, ETC. TATIOJI for yean in East Florida.A LANDS, &C.RENTS .

son have again chartered that steamer, Grovesdale. sacred trance all the better'elements ofone' I Cottasres! Clears Land, puts
nature. He f'om the I Onus",Revolvers,Locks,Trunks and Umbrellas GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.Repairing out Groves. Estimates of cost!\ g"reo
and left yesterday for a cruise on the sees rising Repaired. Saws filed, Shear sharpened Stencils -
Ripans Tabules euro Jaundice. : Address
beena ground work of tbe minister's discourse cut,and all kind of Job Work Neatly and on application.
upper St.Johns. Mr. Moore has the structure of a subject I Promptly done. and Dyeing also done. LOTT ALLEN & sc )N,
Florida for many The Presbyterian Synod. I Front f.treeodpotdte Putnam lIoulle.I Mine don't. not Interlaehen }Fla
regular visitor to whose historical relation and ; Dyes will not crack.
Rev. W. S. Wallace is in Gainesville mora I H-GUX3: TO LET. noil-tf Good
but earlier by several overshadows with its -
comes symmetry splen-
years,
this week attending the Presbyterian PtTNAM
IN CIRCUIT COURT
dor the that tbe minister has adduced tfVATTERLIN'S ,
weeks this season than ever before. one -
Synod of Florida. This is a repre- from the same text. And herein COUNTY, FLA.LM UIIAJI" ERT

Good Rice at Grainger's five cents a sentative body, composed of delegates consist much of the advantage of at IDID [ERTAKINAND '"

pound-sixteen ounces to the pound. i from the churches under its jurisdiction tendance upon the preached word. It Shoe Emporium )L E. Carter,T Complainant*. }| Bill to

I each church Is not ao much for the purpose of heat Cook Carleton X. L Header-1 Foreclose a
being represented by
Jim Shelley purchased at the sheriff's i ing what the minister may say, but for eon,F. P. Henderson and the| :Mortgage,.so.
its and its elder. Qty of Palaua,Defendant j
pastor Every Synod the nooler of bringing our better LEMON STREET,
woat Welaka Monday two very rare purpose It appearing by the affldarlt of E. EItankrO, '
nature into sympathy with those EMBALMING Eq., the Attorney of the; complainant in the '
pictures of birds made entirely of Presbyteries moral forces that not only reconcile.us (SIGN OF THE Bio, HORSE SHOE.) above cause that said defendant,K. L Mender 11on

feathers. The shades are perfect. The Presbyteries of St. Johns, Suwanee to existing conditions, but aid us In A TOLL LDfE of METALIC, CLOTH I PEOPLE SAY "WE ARE SELLING State and of K.Florida P. Henderson, and reside are noa-resldenu at CoattaiM of the Fa4 11|

pictures are supposed to have been made and,Florida. The Presbytery of Florida attaining to a better status of manhoorj SOME w COST." We often nee inch quota Hamilton county, Tennessee,and that their age}
,"' *- i and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON Uons la the hand are respectively more than twenty-one yean fIt
and newspaper or on flaring bills
Mexico includes'the Western of the citizenship. .
by Indians in the far West or portion with a great prominence of exclamation points.I is therefore ordered that yoo. sod E. L
brought them State, Suwanee the Northern and Eastern -. wold Art Thou?" ,HAXD. am not selling my Good below coat, nor even Henderson and T. T. Henderson are required td
as the original owner :; Johns Soutnern. This is the question addressed to m COAT for the reason that I can't afford to do anl ear to the bill in said cause, upon DECK)1
tram that section. Mr. Shelley also St. the This is a Jacob by Pbaroah at the time of Ja Mall and telegraph ordersj promptly it. I must bare some profit, a* I bar to lire HER 5TH. 1JW2,the same beta*;a vu). day jf ial1
sale curiosity deliberative and legislative body, having like everybody elM; but my stock of FlMi Court, and that this order be published In thPalatka <
purchased at the same quite a oversight of the cob's formal introduction. This was attended to. SHOES are sold with inch a small margin It is Weekly Times once a week for four COM
general Presby
in the form of an old Japanese the first of Jacob in1 the an Inducement to those wanting a Good Shoe to eeutire week
teries under its control-reviewing appearance B. L. LILIENTHAL.Night come and se me and I'll ten you more about It, Don this Noremhrr W A.P. 180*.
dagger. _______________ their act and deciding ,all cases of ap- presence of royalty, and no doubt felt and show you one of the prettiest assortment FRANK W R If HIT.Clerk.
that embarrassment and uneasiness ol of FINE and LASTING SHOES ever broughtto iiALl: Ity D.M. KIRBY, l>. C
A full line,of Staple and Fancy Groceries peal frdm the lower court, and devising mind incident to such a wonderful I call at R. S. MOONEY'S, Florida. I hareigot them and the people E. E.1I4I&ELJ.,Complainant' Solicitor.
and for the and sepZWw
ways means extension know It.
at lowest prices, at Grainger's.Call event in his life. He had been led to
strengthening of the Kingdom of rear of Putnam lTnoll" (e26-1 v oc28H.. T. VATTERLIN.
and examine goods and get prices Christ. the royal chamber by his son Joseph, Fresh Baltimore an(
and he convinced. Also Hay, Grain and introduced by him to the 'King.

and Feed. nave tried most every known remedy The old pilgrim had taken his seat. W.MARVIN, D.D.S. FINE FRESH
Florida OYSTERS
re*
for Itching Piles without success, There wa the stillness of anxiety.
DIED.-In this city of consumption.A Pharoah broke the silence to
by saying
finally! box of DeWitt's Witch
familiar headline isn't it? It's Hazel Salve bought, and a it has cured me. C. the old man, "How old art thou?" OYSTERS. ceived Daily at CHASKUPPERBUSCH'S.

pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough D. Hasklns Peoria, III.Ripan's How natural and common place the
question, and how simple yet 'wise was THE QUART, 30 CE. TS. Also, FRESH .
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant Tabules life. Jacob's answer. lIe did not say I am .; BT FJSH EVKRV; DAY oc2-tf
safe and cure. P. F. Peek. prolong 136 years old; but he answered: "The '" CT Free delivery In city limits.

Bij i Bargains in Groceries of all GROWERS, ATTENTION I days of the years of my pilgrimage are LEVI LEE,

kfnds 130; few and vivid have the days ol oc28-tf Opposite Duane's Market. MRS. E, M. Haiighto
at Grainger's.We
I am manufacturing a SUPERIOR the years of my life been, and I have

not yet attained to the yean of my fathers GRADUATE DENTAL' DEPARTMENT
QUALITY of HARD WOOD ORANGE
were shown by Mrs. Ewing a WIGG & BUTLER.SADDLERY .
in the days of the of their pil
years
few more specimens of china decorations : Box SIDES, which are going at from grima e.'In UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE. FIRST-CLASS

which were lendid. Mrs. 3 to 4 cents, f. o. b. Just think! It this answer of Jacob we have- A.RTIF1CIAL ALUMIUM TEETH and: RURRERSpecialty ON GOLD. SILVER,

Ewin: is perfect in this work of art. will pay you? M. II. DALTOX. first, the brevity of life. He speaks of of CROWN BRIDGE and GOLD Private BoardingCORNER

it as ;days; second, life is a pilgrimage; WORK. administered for the painless
badly the death QUERY. third had been evil fourth he Aneitbeti.es
Although crippled by they ; extraction of Teeth.
of their leader, the members of our II CLUSTER NOV. 9. was not as old as his fathers. BAP BCII.DISG. LKXOX ST., PALATKA. FLa.Office OF FIRST AND M*
x
Brass Bead will eodtavw to maintain\ Editor Palatka Time But leaving grand in all the this,condition there is under something Hnur a to t2 a. m.; S to 5 P. JD. SON STREETS, PALATKA, F'

their organisation. It M the desire ol Under and by virtue of an advertise- which all this occurred. west of Florida Southern Railroa(

all our citizen thafr they may be successful. ment in your paper by the Honorable The occasion makes visible a beautiful ap22tfFOR SALE oc7

Board of County Commissioners of: picture of the human family as it pot. t I I

Putnam County !inviting bids for per- should be. There are three important

CENTRAL HOUSE sons to oversee the repairs and workon figures that enter into the formation of ON EASY TERMS LUDDEN & BATE
this picture. ;.
the public roads and bridges in the First, we have a distinguished. Kingin The desirable Property on corner of
Corner Reid and Front Street, and streets. New Two- Southern Music Ha
county for the coming year. By virtue thn person of Pharoah; second, an Kirby Dodge

PALATJvA. FLORIDA. of such notice, I therefore, having the eminent statesman in the person of Story Dwelling, with and water other and gas AND HARNESS.
con-
third old in the supply, bath room
an man
welfare of the tax-pavers in public im- Joseph; per- veniences fine Artesian Well, good Making!? and Repairing neatly done. Orden
I son of Jacob. ; filled. PIANOS AND ORGA.\S TBMR.
promptly
Thin Hose ha been teen thoroughly refnr.Blohed provement at heart, in the spirit of the Jam Wood and Wash House, and
I blended
Now these three are togetherin ,; LEMON STREET. . PALATKA,ILL .
R. CH1LDS, OUR
S. TRAf
atMtpjtio ffAr,and U now ready to reI I times, did propose in writing to work other valuable improvements. .
ceiTeAoardersat reasonable rate Table, sup familiar converse. Royalty, as Fell OCt34-tf AGENT has etfaMtahed Head;
plied with an the dettaade of the Mason. : the roads for the ensuing year for one as eminent ability, bends from their For full particulars inquire of )McLAURY ROWTO.VS. H* wife
dollar and fifty cents per day, in Commissioner' I H. W. FOWLER Agent. personal attention t Tailing Piano an(
MRS. WM. DOLIKGER official to bold conversationwith
: I positions, in Palatka and the snrroua District No. 5 well
noll.... Proprictrea ; being I an old man on Questions that relate A NEW ESTABLISHMENT a n &-C1aM Tuner wHh much acquainted with all of the public roads musical. people will find It to their I
i to life and dtath.
E. -'sv.Green and bridges, and being somewhat'pub The careful observer has not failedto oc6tfMANGOLD Having rented the Building corner secure his serrioee. Palatka.r

lie spirited, and with a desire to have : notice the fact that the trend of of Fourth and Lemon Streets, I will

the roads in shape for public travel, thought of the present age is toward soon have in operation a select stock Oysters Oystf
Wagons Carriages made the foregoing bid under the law, delusiveness in the formation of so- of FRUITS and CONFECTIONS : ,

BUGGIES CARTS AND DRAYS expecting a fair and impartial hearing ciety. Men occupying temporarily THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, VEGETABLESSTAPLE and FANCY I 1
1 before the Board, which I do not con. to GROCERIES, CICARS and TOBACCO GRAHAM'
of exalted honor are prone At
positions
HADE AND REPAIRED.nr
siderl had for the reason that and solicit the of
very
Were patronage
whence
the ditch from Hewill
forget they this next week.
'AH Kinds of BlackMuithln Don on Short the Commissioner of District No. 5 Will occupy space friends and the public. A Good
Xettoe. Shop,Lemon Street nwr Third Palatka. dug This is a reverse condition to all about the New Stjltsin my -GO
tell
JTortda. nolltfOxyne said: "Harris Geiger was his man at that existing when Jacob entered the you Market in connection. TOE IGRAHAM'S I

two dollars per day:," he (Harris house of royal splendor. Our civil Photographs-and a great many oc28-tf J. M. DINGLE.

Geiger, having a bid in for that officers favored by the expressed other things relative to what he is ". ?

amount). If the citizens of Commislionet' wishes of the masses, should not feel going to do daring the Holidays. NUGENT'SPicture ..
District No. 5 understand this
that have been by fortuitous cir-
Cood for All Ailments. matter why a bid of ?2 is accepted anda cumstances they promoted, to a position GalleryLEMON Bakeryand Restat}

bid of 3L50; per day rejected, will the touch of
them beyond tE-
that
Pot ap In Tabnle.and U pteaaant to take. In places T7OR YOUR OYSTERS. I .
packet of-Ste.and il e&<'''. Bent by mail if desire they please exptaintC. their fellows ; thev should still feel KELLY JC PARI.HG a FIRST-CLASS B.rt
E. C. .
*. MKS.CKOltttK rATTE it.Agent, IL HEM12JWAT. that their relation to the people has AND FOURTH STREETS,PALATKAHOTOGRAPH where Ladx* and Gentlemen'Ifet

noil-Jot PALATKA. FLA.G. : Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hatchett, of Pa- not been changed, but greatly en- SIGN OF- PORTRAITS, VIEWS ETC. Lonca. _
He is hence- --
larged and intensified. P 'Inallfttyle*. 1
I. Rowtoii laths making Titusville their win-
are forth not the se1'"anonlv of the people PICTURES ENLARGED TO AST 'IZL UNDERTAKINGEXCLlM
Fag Block Learn Street, ter home this season. Mr. and Mrs. that favored him with suffrage, but The Big Coffee Pot I IGr TIN TYPES wi tie you wait. oc Hf _

Hatchett residents of and friend of those who 1
were formerly the servant'
WNOLMALr AX1 BETA1L DKAUX DT W. C. SNOV
I A Full and of
him their WnAT'S THE T SE
our town-Mr. Hatchett being then engaged even withheld from supportand HARDWARE
F it far another. A. failure to, STOVES, LIGHT and OFTHROWINO AWAY
cast
VEGETABLES
FRUITS UNDERTA WA1FRONT
Etc EDO
in the lumber business here. HAla recognize this well known principle of TINWARE which must be sold.
STREET
c,,:., '. \ "l.ue' of now traveling in the interest of the justice is one of the fruitful causes of will pay to inspect this stock,as I keep 6ld ? OpposiJ* to
yogi patronage M kindly Those Shoes
but the best of evelythmg.Plnmbing House Palatka, Flah1
All nuts, -tc., m season. Apple* Germania Life Insurance Company, the decline of their popularity. nothing
." I.uoan. pears Lesions Lime,ftr Tinning and Gas Fitting same building. |
intention
with no ,
\ I. \n,,. f'\'. hiwA" Qtkea and Pie*. and will devote the next few months to These thoughts are given C-/X THEM MADE
executed 10 the most approved style WHEN T00 HAVE
\ ':i eauurul Candle, Traits, etc, for Indian River territory. Mr. and Mrs. of underrating the able but ser promptly and at low prices. 11, as pod a*ne l at BtX RODDA'S,Agent, R. s. MOONEY,"?*-
simply -
preached by the pastor Lemon street near I Pa tka.
mon runt, }
"j .ad Tobacco of hlfih grads and Low Baichett, at present, are stopping with as thoughts that are indebted to a Don't fornt the place. Sign of the lyTButoTAPH ORDXT ***

ppk r.,4er mute .aQfentlM premUe* warAlS Dr. and MA. ]). L. Wfllis.Tituivffle mental exegesis of the text and con Jig fee o Lemon Street, between MEN'S SQO&f MADE AND SOLD. CDVX: PROKPT kr3UTI? '
fed to be Par.Apple dots DJ7. Fin text. CRITICAL Hi UlT1!. Second and Third. ocss-tf
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