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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 25, 1892
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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MeKKKZIE Proprietor A .UBn:. J . .- \ PALATKA. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. ;...'" VOLUME 3-NUMBER 41. .:

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I SPECIAL NOTIOca.
l. IMMENSE STOCK
f I G'"SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS to lend

on city property, at eight per cent- o/j
Time, one to two Sean .Apply to -OF-
GILLJS &; GILLIS. nol8-2

gDEq FLOUR, A 1-At $4.75, J
.. at 1 GRAINOEK'S, Upper Lemon street.
:1.t I
: NEW FALL GOODSAT
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t r35WAtfnaPuinfc for *bb Guitar .- i '
iy a competent teacher. For particulars I
v inquire of MCLAURY &; ROWTON. y
. no25-lmaEr1'
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CELLTTLOfD-Four shades, a 1
jLAURY/fc/& ROWTON'S.' no25-ttf *. S i
', Brothers
McLarty
1 CgGo to Duane Bros.,for every-
thins you want in the way of Fresh
Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. m 21-tf 4>
, Our Stock is now almost Complete, and we are showing more Novelties and

. gI PAY HIGHEST PRICES for Confederate Bargains than ever before. We will only have room to mention a few Special
t f!t Money and Postage Stamps. ties in.this issue.: 4.

Address, QIAS. D. BABKER, Atlanta, .,
nol8-4 R
Ga.
t rM $

.,gt'OR RENT.-Green Cottage ,.on "
Second street, between Court 1Iouseand Cloaks of
N.HOLD O Florida Southern shop Apply.,toW .
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R. DEWrrr, or at this office.

oc7-tf LOOS Out: forSPECK'S fr
FashionFOR
gCm"TnAcr g"of Plastering, Cementing -
Kalsorainin and Repairing
Plastering. Work done to order and :, : .
All orders
guaranteed satisfaction. EVERYONE.
promptly attended to.
u -eplG JOSEPH ADAMS,Paalka.? .

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Duane Bros.' market. is always
ON A MINUTE. supplied with Fresh Northern and

Florida Meats. .. mh21-tf Holiday Goods. ,


TIlE TIME HAS COME I Go GrP.ALATKA to Duane Bros.GENERAL for .MARKET.First-Class-, f BBHinRIl E U [ L LINE N Nr

feats Poultry,etc. Everything first-
WHEN THE PUBLIC CAN GET I I jlass. Free delivery to all parts of the An Immense Stock of

WHAT THEY WANT IN FINE I n. I de1 -tf %

GOODS. Gossip extant for the past few days WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, .

HAVING JUST RETURNED says that Mr. T. lirigham Bishop, who ( ((1jt Of Box Coats Reefer
will ,
has recently arrived in the city,
mOM NEW YORK, WHERE 'I SILVER AND PLATED WARE
again make an effort to build a hotel -. Jackets, Long and 3-4

:MADE CAREFUL SELECTIONOF on the site. of the old Larkin lot. Capes at Cr
FANCY GOODS ETC. J/I 7 ,
ALL THE LATFST STYLES Mr. and Mrs. II. C. 'oautfcr, of. ,
4R
AND DESIGNS. Crescent City, were in the city Tues-
DECEMBER 1.
WILL ARRIVE ABOUT
day. 1- '.. I

Tbroe-p undCan Tomatoes,fo cents : .EvE *TIIING"VV: : PRICES[ lOWER THIN EVER.
WATCHESFrom -
\ at,Gr ringer's. .. r

Masonic .
Masonic Hall Temple.The having been COD). And he..don't want the Earth for his Goods.
$2 75 UP.
pleted Saturday, the Masons have Jfe"busy DRESS '
all the week moving their apper- Wait and see his Stock before you Purchase. CS-OOIDS.

Diamonds, tenances into the new temple. :It i'l FINE IMPORTED CAMBRI uch as Surah Serges, Storm Serge

handsomely furnished and one of Bedford Cords, Broad Cloths, Henriettas, Cashmeres,etc.

finest in the State of Florida. SPECIAL, BARGAIN mch Dress Flannels
Lace Pins ,only 38c.,worth OJc.
Superintendent Myers and wife, of
t And Rings.ewe ., the .Southern express company, was' .... .'-. ..-,:.'t ... ., vets,and a Very Choice Line of Dress Trimmings. "_'---_ '_ _','

l' visiting Mrs. Clay Wednesday. \
? ,: \ McLarty Brothers
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run:: CEYLON TEA-A delicious ,
ryF flavor! Something new in Florida. Imported \ Leaders of Styles and Fashions.

specially from London Eng!

land, for Rogers, Martyn & Co., jobbers
tIlE FINEST QUALITY. Orlando. E. S. NECK, '
FALL
oc2S- Agent in Palatka. OPENING

ported S. J. KENNERLY ..
:Notice the handsome display ad of
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S. J. Kennerly in this issue. Mr. Kennedy OF TVTM X .'SBaltimoreDry
Marble Clocks .
is a thorough hardware man and WHOLESALE AND RETAILER IN
knows what he Is talking about in that

hite 'ffr line, as well as'everythin :else. .He is Hardware Stoves Goods StoreLEADER

the kind of man that don't talk about ,

Onyx Clocks. anything of which he knows nothing.

Read his ad and profit thereby.We Tinware, Paints, Oils, Leads, OF LOW PRICES.


are booming our "Trade Jtidi- :* Varnishes; Builders' Material, Having many years of experience in the Dry Goods Business, and
ticn" this week. Chip in,friends,and
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOOD FINE TABLE and POCKET Buying our Goods for Cash,we can afford to offer you these Inducements :
WATCHESy help us to show up old Putnam in her BRUSHES ,

true light. ''\ CUTTLERY. ALSO, AGENT FOR ,. One Lot Of 33-inch AllWool Camels' Hair Dress Goods, Regular .

OM $2.75 UP I r Wedding! Bells. a Price, 75 cents; Our Price, 50 cents.

At the residence of the bride's One Lot Of 4o-incli All Wool Crepe Cloth, Latest Styles, Beautiful
[TED MARBLE CLOCKS. parent*, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harmon, Shades"* Price
last Regular 81.25; Our Price, 86 edits.
night, Frank J. Smith and Miss
WHITE ONYX CLOCKS. Flora Goodman were united in the, One Lot Of All Wool Henriettas, in All the Leading Shades, Regular '\
holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev. Price, 85 cents; Our Price, 60 cents.
ive also added a New Line of Mr. Avery offic .L1ng. The marriagewas I
OTTERY rather private, only a few friends.i One Lot Of Changeable Dress Goods, a Great Novelty, Regular
ERIC-A
AND -BRAC of the contracting parties being present. I Price, 50 cents; Our Price, 35 cents.

)YAL DRESDEN CHINA, Frank and is one promising of I'alatka'e young most men ambitious a I Just Received, A Beautiful Line of "The Styles" in Eiderdownsthey

|cr Dinner Coffee Sets and Engagement brother of E. J. Smith. His many i are just the things for the Little Ones
Cups.A friends: including the publishers of s Prices from 48 cents to 75 cents.
THE TIMES, extend to him a unami- Be sure to look a{our New Assortment of the New Styles of Silks,
NICE LINE OF mous congratulation.Miss .
Flora Is well and favorably 1bl111t Surahs, Changeable Goods, Fraille, Ottoman, Armurs, etc. We guarantee
NA ARTW ARE.V.A.SES. known in Falatka, having attended our Prices equal to New York Prices.

school here for some time. She has a Full Line of White and Gray Blankets. We give you a 10-4 Doable.
score of friends here who are ready White Blanket for only $1.10. Comforts from 65 cents to $6.00. We can
and willing to join in the wish for a
111i Save in these Goods.
Xew In + you Money
ing Italian Marble long and happy future. tY
and Vases, Jewel Cases, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith will reside in .', We have the Xobbiest line of Millinery ever shown in Palatka, and
jTorelties. Palatka, on upper Lemon street. I can make you any kind of a hat you desire, and guarantee the Prices to be ;
May their pathway be always strewn
the Lowest Palatka.
with sweet scented flowers is the wish .
of THE TIMES. ".We show the Latest Novelties in Babies' Caps, Prices from 25 cent "i

ilk RILES to $1.00. i

HKWSOX, PRACTICAL TAILOR.' We consider it a pleasure to show you through olU'line of Goods, and
Has received direct from the manufacturers -
let of the will
you judge Bargains we give you. .
:LEADING JEWELER, in :England*the best assorted: '

LEMOX lot of fine Woolen Cloths'ever broughtto I. :MEYER;
s STREET. .
this town, which he will make to ? .
TT Lemon Street door Loeb
order at the lowest price.. Cutting ,next to
Prompt attention given to all mail orders. oc23-t
Corrected Erwjr:D.jr at U..m.from done with accuracy and a fit guaran-
t&7.r U Wuhlngtoa. nott. teed. Repairing neatly done. In

,1r" Hickman-Kennerly Block, up stairs. GROWERS, ATTENTION I II A Good 5ug e.Uoa.
no25-tf__ STOVES and RANGES, vrra WIRE GACZE Ovui DOORS. Why would it not be a good Idea for

t, Mr. Fred A.Beach of Hollister,was < am manufacturing a'SUPERIORQUALITY the Board of Trade to see what can be d
a pleasant caller at this office Saturday. STEVENS AGENT FOBs i of HARD WOOD ORANGE done with the various railroads running ;
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Mr. Langley and wife, who went to BROS.&CO "M'-. StarrettlsCarpenters Box SIDES, which are going at from into Palatka, in regard to excnsions, 'I'
Orlando a Few weeks ago,have returned. 1 3 to 4 cents, f. o. b. Just think! It. giving the citizens of this and adjoin *
l Mr. Lander says Falatka is good Will pay you? M. H. DALTOX. ing counties an opportunity to come IJ. s

enough for him. FIRE d here and purchase their holiday Roods?
We acknowledge a pleasant call on Putnam County has many and varied ft.
Now that the Eliza Hancox andPope.caUin
Saturday from Captain ser Al- BRICK. = TOOLS. resources of wealth undeveloped,and
leghaney City, Ala." who is e in we propose by the opening of our Immense are making daily trip excursions J
'. of the New York Life In- it might also be worked
.. the interest FLUE PIPE, TILE Trade Edition of sixteen upend
I .*'" turance Company. Captain Dickens is GUARANTEED PRICE pages down the river. All this would be of
FIRE CLAY.
I 'i, also proprietor of the Loolxmt. a very Will to point out some of the means within much benefit to Falatka and her mer-
.0, .... pky weekly journal published at Al- ox CAR LOTS. manufacture car lots easy reach, whereby this wealth can chants in the opinion of ",
_' leghaaev City. bt made available. Yz "Tnos" SCRIBE .

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mark. Yon were much better em- r OUR 'r
WASHINGTON LETTE3. which
these J
men must tcr ,..r I> have
f.: J fdlafun taetr auie-eKiiK'u ,.....t.tioc. j

r "Perhapi I wash but j always,hare' I WA >II IXGTOX, D. C., November 20. If White'aw Hen! huh < ne stogie J
tlmato we&jma ybn-jfWill'e.! what ,M I friend '
: in the wor he shuuul} ,iaieaoexicBd
the matter What Ain I ddne.that'yoTfshould "President-elect Cleveland. will not
( hit
xveapaitu fur he (--:iain-
.. be so"dif- I call an extra session of Congress an. I I ly needs it. The Jt'I'u[ imus have by
he
1' f rl "Nothing interrupted stiffly ltsl4 the Republican Senate hall tt. the general con",'nt mad him the serapecunt
Miss ? It is im-
Can I not see Clay very :
upou rtiith to vmi their wrath
ruining session! by banging; up or d:
portant. I an l cube |Iflul I and deep: are certain tot
"Walk into the parlor," the girl replied feaiia;: some iece an appropriation follow[ the nit all i ". of !".. n.mix. in the

coldly. "I will see if any servants or measure compel him to do so." The preenie: of :* pr..llnt': l\.t uut b i I'D. and

are about. And without even a glanceat speaker the above is a Democrat. who I j all of in \\ 'r"1 I IhIJ\! : !' -a'II''uLhirn i ,

him. she ran lightly upstairs. when he w, lire. ,
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t ,ok a prominent part in the ts ; put. n the H -xt arc
campaign
"She didn't seem to mind it a great I I( IH ben.; n xul'i; i b\ Ut"PUhI1.IU".
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Mr. McKee said himself Ii ill >' Rod! wh has! just let Ul Ut'd I rom Nt w
deal to turning i I A. B
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4 ; into the empty parlor. "But I was Turk where he had a number of t"<"n- ;,
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tK ",TIL She talks one way and acts an- ferrous with the Pre.ideut-td'ci. lIe .e1fINe11NINN.110tNININNei

,,.U e..ft-e..r" ._rd -Rr-IA. iPPrPYS iCD 4I0 rseidrtI 3r SAA MSA/Jfl other. If it had been one of the prisoners is opposed to an extra session of Congress i : :
I '- McGee returteo rna.nJ But that fellowP And :
Keaayuur ICLUT, -any w
t'l>APTEB XBETWKSM ll believing that it would be bad -
tea U9XS.Mr abruptly; and the host read, slowly: he stared at his angry-faced reflectionin 1i ..

Willie MeKrc walked. restlessly 'Maj. Bond begs to hand Mr. Carroll the mirror with the pat-me-on-the- business as well as bad politics, as indeed ... ..

cp and duwn th
t eta, pride of his friend Carroll Meredith. from Wheeling, with request for Immediate -I himself against his will. Then he took I were at first inclined to think it good : : RECULATE THE :

Unique they were In decoration; antler deliTery.! Um! pol'te enough; out the mysterious note again readingit policy to hold an extra session for iai.17legislation. : STOMACH. LIVER AND BOWELS :

of ten hung with varied guns, fishing- but I'm getting Into good company fast! I very slowly and very carefully; but. :i Unless the prominent Republicans i : s .
tackle and game bags; rare stuffed Notes from-headquarters!" somehow, the characters would changeto .-. 1 I : PURIFY THE BLOOD. :

specimens! on bracket and btands; "Read the Incloeed, Carroll; it may familiar English penmanship, the 1.p: .,: ..;Y who have turne:''1 up in Washington I A RCUM1C REMEDY Foil .

while the walls showed best rcpt tluc-1 be important. short, mystical sentences would twist -- Gw : ,t! sioee the election are mistaken L11re.W.M. tw.snsa......t'...... :
doubt the other chaffed themselves into those nothings (;J' is be made in the I : 1 tM r ass epC5r..ie I.h"Tr.abr", :
Don" of the sp rt leg triumphs of American "Beyond meaningful an attempt U Senate C Blol"eny E.1 Cagfexn... D'.ret.rr. .

and foreign art. back, as be slowly slipped the enclosure so well remembered in many a differing "ITOP wnxnr THE UTTLZ FORM' B.- to make an extra session necessary by : 0...... B...., ... 811 ........... .e... :

|t Dot the younger man was alone, as from Its unsealed envelope. It bore missive, on themt. less important, ross niv nOSE ERECT, COMUAJoiai- leaving undone things that ought to be .lWr..bu..ee. ....ia. .

night fell< rapidly over the cold quietude only hU aaa and number covering a perhaps, but fateful to his peace of "i nave nothing to rorgrre sue answered :: .h Rtpu.mo*;detleM.IWtiM enwtttnttoaTrteMMNlotato cmrtain tothtsaf lajvloo. to, .

of the city four das after that Sabbath I large, stiff sheet. of plain paper scrawled mind. frankly holding out her little done. This fcs not to be done openly, : rttt Sold by*druinctatxBnodytodicfaUL omL I-. tetenHrf I :
A tn U tue e S lease
when the prist' r, had passed th-<'ugh I over in careless writing, wide-used and "The coast is clean you can come," hand. "Y OQ were right to speak out, but by parliamentary chicanery, at addles. :.

Baltimore streets: and with it fell the ragged. "Doubtless Willie, Gen. Bald- Bessie Westchester said quietly, as she Willie, if-if you suspected met But which the Republican Senators are : THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. :
win present. AU compliments to Mr. tripped lightly down the stairs. dear, Peyton Fitzhugh may not be a soldier w I sravcx: man, :mr TOM: ore.R.W.&W.K.DAWS .
adepts. :
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north wind. that had howled all day, Carroll Meredith, and requests his views The youth started towards the door, but he is a gentleman and a- Senator Carlisle who is INNNIN.IINI NININN

leaving the oater air piercing cold andptvsaguig upon prison discipline. You know he hesitated then halted. man!" regarded by

a sharp hard freeze.liaising is off on an inspecaoo. Damned if this "She may leave t-night," he said "Is "I was almost as unjust to him as I many as the next Secretary of Male, ,

the bash, McKee peered out isn't a puzzler It might be written in everything ready" was to you," the youth raid gently, as thinks Mr. Cleveland's little speech at i}

anxiously into the fast-growing gloom Chinese Here, see if yon can translate "Of course it is. Mamma has kept he took:. the little hand in hi*. "And, the banquet of the New York Chamber ATORMEYS AT AV/

then abutting the window with a bang, it. I don't. remember the writing even." things ready for immediate call," Miss Bess, dear Willie McKee may not be a of Commerce will have a happy effect

and shivering, as he muttered. Meredith tossed the sheet! to his friend, Bessie responded in business-like tone. gentleman and a man. but he certainly Hickman-KennerJf: Stock. Lemon tress

Sirowing: devilish cold! Why don't reaching for his slippers and drawingoff Her voice was low and gentle but her is a grand donkey! in counteracting the causeless business Ps:atka Fla. st-l,

he come? 11 is lapasak* five one boot, as McKee read aloud: eyes never met his. "Come; you said you "Hush, sir! Ae one shall speak so scare which the Republicans are trying

o'doek." 'Called off suddenly. Don't delay were in great haiUs." about anyone I-*! /** so bard to extend over the country.

De poked the fire nervously, lit a I the hunt for me. Creeks may freeze and 'It is terribly cold out&de"was! the They were very dose to the parlor The sensible men of tne country know E. HASKELL, I

fresh cigar and threw himself into ducks fly too high; so go ahead-alone. rather irrelevant reply. door and to each other. He bent over
agreat I full well that the of this "
leathern chair thinking half Regrets to the ladies, especially Miss C. "Is it? I thought the wind had died her bright face its eyes glowing softly prosperity L A "VV' 5TrncE E :a.

aload. Let her read this, but be careful the down." There was peculiar attempt at through suspicions moisture, and- country is in DQ danger at the hands of

MUm! if Pete ln come over I'll risk heat (from her angry eyes) does: not Interest in the weather showing Well It was perhaps fortunate that the Democratic party, but if they bad

It to-night, with >ut waiting for that burn it up before she reads my grief through her tone. Miss Bessie had been correct in her been ever so uneasy" these wor. : from ( -8 copd stress OIJPOMte CoUrt liens

naateless. advisor she trusts so implicitly. f "Yes, it has; but that only makes it statement: ""The coast U clear." Democracy's chosen leader and Presidentelect HALATKA. Fumrps.

If this calm holds, the river will between the lines. Ask her to pray*"f 01 colder." Carolyn Clay was pa< injj i her v'f-im-! would be sufficient U reassure all

frees; and tbon-" my sonL Thine, nABBT. "Does It? How odd!" posad prison very Stlc&.V! when the them. "We are all interested* -

Blfiftk clattc-r of hoofs on the stonc "Who in thunder Is 'UarTv?' I had "Yes; I think it will freeze to-alght," pair entered."I Americans in a common pursuit. Our n lf r.l"r.!" S

'witl oat brought! the thinker to his feet, I no engagement to hunt with"any fellow he said vaguely."I thought you would never come," purpose i It, or ought to be, in our several -

with the exclamiti: -far less any woman, Meredith shouldn't wonder.! But you'd bet- she eried. imnatientlv.' to the- man.. spheres. to add to the general fund
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",(t last, thank heaven!" I growled palling on one slipper. tar go up to Caro, now," she answered '.Well, are we ready at hut? Can I go of national prosperity. From this fund
"Who Is'ML.C.r Do
Bit as he waited expectant for Carroll you reoogn1reherr from the doorway."Oh to-night we are ail entitled to draw, perhaps not

Meredith's entrance the door I McKee queried In turn. yes! no time to lose," Mr. McKee "Yes" he replied, promptly; "tonight" equally, but justly, each receiving a Pianos and Organs.

"bangfd, a slow, heavy step crossed the -Diwil a aapat av me! as Mary says, replied, with a start of half-awak fair portion of individual pi-osperity.

'lhall.*-.cl a sVmt ruddy-faced Irishwoman the other retttraed. "Mise Carroll' ening. lie took two brisk steps "Tbenyou have heard fro-n-him**** Let us avoil trampling on each other For ( jt II"gnra.II.I iDANIEC .

with neat band of grizzled hair Crenshaw-Coteloar But Iwe no engagtroent towards her, then stopped short again She dropped her eyes and her color m oar anxiety to be first in the distribution -

''lowoicr her fcreh 'id,entered the room. It is some stupid joke! If 1 "It will be an awfully cold ride, if we"I heightened at the question but she of shares and lei us not Attempt f. BETTY W'1""n.' JWEN

"Uliere is he, Mary?" he queried irojpatlntly catch the fellow.** 111 make him pray fox eagerly grasped the paper he held out to appropriate the share of others."

his own soul- am afraid it will Poor CaroP she for answer. Is this the language of a conspirator wan are W :AK. i..I'\' n i y DE-
"He's rid aff' 'That's it! tie"is the manT McKee her his welfare of | ILITATfc.l .li.i in f..::1\ awl
the it and
sor, woman answered answered, with still downcast Swiftly eye ran over once against country's or a
eyes I ignorance have tn.I-.I AW.(%'tbeir
started his feet.
to
"afthcr la\ in' this note for the "Pm rather glad the wind has gone again. Then she seized the large patriotic citizen who believes in every vigor BOm. tT\: .. I MAN
jmaatfcier." "Damned if you don't read Chinese down-Bessie!" shovel, thrusting it between the grate man being given a chance to enjoy the I H'oluu.. u'rnllr I drains

"Was that not her after all," Meredith replied, ..ta.ring."Well bars far into the glowing coals. And I greatest attainable prosperity? limn the wrIU lift Hi .idBch,
his "Why? so that it may freeze- Backache>nsa L MAttV dhoor? Shure It was wan arJthlm name? Willler once more she fell to studying the letter Senator Carlisle, who only stopped Pimple ups tile 'at.., a'l'! .t'., tin' .rfr-ta 1

: bine-coats, bad luck to 'em! lie "I have no idea; but there's far more "No; because there'll be less breeze, her companions looking on in some in Washington a few hours, on his way 'I.adto fir toearlytkeayCun:.muph"u: :|: .'.: r //t-;:: iiitvwn ,
than joke in this. Carroll its l BNK <>' LJHal. i wJ
etched this: 'Wi l dispatch from hid- any driving fast, you-silly childT wonderment. to see his family, said of the extra session particulars of a horn e.ini, < n \ > Pn.US. \''.
Iqnarthers,' he sid I'd like to crack kit writer is the same who sent the warn "Am? I did rot think that I was "You understand?" she asked McKee question: hIt will depend upon l-ARHrK, ::101I"( S t Ilf 'In.

thid: -q yrthers, be th' same token! ing. silly." This demurely. abruptly. "V ou see what he means?" conditions at this time undevelopedand mvC- \d-liiin I I. Tess.S .

With an angry t.jee of her head, she I! "By George!" the other cried, springing "Oh! perhaps very you thou ht.-the talk "Vaguely, only. Carroll and I are which time only will devtlop. If

llad! th$ note on the table. It was anomdaI to feet shod in one slipper and one of a freeze prevented his thawing too both at sea for the full meaningforthe there is an extra session it will proba- 1t''O'IE wh. h. ,.' PBaekmcheo "a ircbes,
riding-boot. "Are ;you sure? Why bly not meet unfl late In the fall. The S"ul..Ii' le' utT.rrofiwe .
envelope printed in the corner fast reason of writing to him. .
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"perhaps am? .
anti ran U iwtro -
man, Lt would have written to No tariff alone will furnish sufficient S I CI{ "
."Headquarters department of Mary- you. "Perhaps Willie." For answer Miss Clay drew the shovel not does, Ui+..rdrr- raid< I' spl cMuf *-
!land: adjutant general's office. Official one knows that I ever saw Carolyn "About what, Bessie from the coals, striking the dust fromit reason for an extra session. The finan- the: Wnnil; :nod HexiuU
BajrmvntM,L crrboa,
Clay.S" cial affairs of the Government be UrgftM
|tbnain.s5, and directed to Carroll Mere- and folding a smoothly over may
"I do not know; but certainly about newspaper boahl seat fur WOMAVrt BOOK OF MrE,
. :.filth, Baq., in prim clerical hand. "There may be good reason, McKee tomethiny. Willie did It. Then she pressed the letter firmly I such! as to make an extra session im (seated), free, with partteuUn for IMMM em*.
why not
persisted. "See: 'Dont delay the hunt.' you perative. It probable that we So Cl KB: NoTAT..
-, -- 3iaZrr stared hard at the missive, down upon the hot Burfa e. appears
to at the
that
come me 8eientiAc
prisoners' Uwrience "
morning s Csliettttd Expe-
1 italdng it up more than once, as though 'Go ahead ai>M. Why, Carroll, it is ?" "Come," she said, briefly. "Head. between shall find that there is not enough CsrpfalMDUtion D tsgwrb ud H "

TUs CBriosity would force him to open it. plain warning to cut and run. And "You seemed better "" the lines." money in the Treasury for the needs *are the secrets of oar seeJ\Airo-: .
Gould it be that Pray for my soul'is his signature." employed! Zero And all three watched of the Government. There is a situation drew C. W. 1-ARKKR.M.D.. i
an arrest? he wondered. once more. eagerly as the m16 MA N. C....,,. NM-vUto,Tena.
His made It does look that way," Meredith assented wide blank t.o fill with in the Treasury which evey
friend frequent trips to "the "You might have shaken hands. A spaces began

'Ferry but. hit ordinary huntsman's. scanning the letter closely, rod wbisnenod.. wnPd.. I torrmld.. nnt. Tnavtt. nlrikT r. faint red characters, rapidly changingto thoughtful man who has considered the DEFORMITIES !
----
--- --- matter has foreseen. There is
life left them dark brown read long an
presumably without suspleion. minute" as they :
Jlesides, were it an arrest It "No it did ----I "The river is patrolled, but. both accumulation of deficiencies and obligations Cross !;yea, Flair LJ.. Curvature of tfc.Spine,
not!! This with
; that have been contracted and Club Feet, Hip J..M DiiM.., M4 alt DeL.w'nt-
would ovine in very different manner.. of dignity banks are clear. Lose no time. A freeze will It be that tie uf the lUwta, Arms, Leg ad IVt,radIcaHT .
come to
over us.
A warning, perhaps? Yet. Meredith had "Why, Williel You never whisperedone might delay you for days. Pete will re- this situation will furnish may reason cured.
no friends among the federals-had -" cross Friday night Your escort Is
enough why an extra session should
avoided the officers, and even lectured "No! but JU dldr Mr. McKee shot watched-half suspected. Too many be called. We shall have to see what DISFIGUREMENTS.
1'fllfr
;McKee roundly for his courtesies to Maj. his bolt with deliberate aim and passes asked. Get another driver>ne .
is done at this session of Congress. If saperceous Hair, Wia M .rh'1. ? et.paiaiu.tp
:Bond for sake of passes. Anyway no waited for his quarry to tumble, flut less familiar. Godspeed and guard your!* the Sherman silver law oe not repealed, and rhctly r.:111..?;:'I: ..h.Ld fitval.abtetreabeeenteea1.nr

:warning tovld come from that office. tering. But the girl lifted to his her There was dead silence as Miss Clay and other action such as the situation. .WI'\I-I.: ;t-ulr I i. I""

{What could it mean? Again he took up ..dTArII great eyes, filled only with wonder slowly removed the paper, the mystic demands taken we may be swamped. isle/- a.&Os.nwl'r\l.-I\, ('DD.BR9JEN .

{the envelope, handling it as though "Willie McKee, of whom art you talking characters gradually fading out as it Upon these things depend the callingof
:burned him, then holding it close to the r- t ?" cooled. Then she said, calmly: an extra session." : 'n' N'.r

ruddy blaze, only to find it densely] "You will acquit me of selfishness "If you are suspected the risk U toogreat. Representative Wilson, of West Virginia n-s-: ,I: 'r' """

lope )1& will understand that it is not. on my own Who else that you trust, knowsthe who presided over the conven- TalvaMt<< wok on their l l l'\\.,Ill!,. n'I J' Iroa fr.....

i "Who brought it, Mary he asked of ) I account at all!" He posed with effortful road?" tion which nomiua:ed Cleveland and and leans Vow they' can I tN' --r, I '. ,Iv
the aerrast still lingering by the table. "I must drive you, Mia Clay," the writin* I>R. PARKER .1 ('11 I .
dignity. "It is wholly on your own. Stevenson- and who has now goue to A.Hvn.LJTII". RPtt"r'" I'I .4
,'Aa But when a young lady volunteers her youth answered, with chivalric] modestycontrasting ; New York upon the invitation of Mr. are daDJCt'rOUfI. PJea&t H.... I I I rod
"Virry nor! A dacint-shpoken lad strangely with his boyish how tone aJI1acMd. 4)1''
dislike and contempt for a man, and Cleveland (may believe that he can
eno', ban t th' blue," she answered in w then I see her smiling and whisperingwith pettishness shown below. "It is my; have a place m the Caoinet if he de- -

an ftooeat that long residence nor long him in. public places, it 'does right and plighted privilege Old Pete sues it) is one of the strongest advocates THE

devotees to the Meredith family had s w seem" I will do more for me than for any man} for the holding of an extra session

been poU t to conquer. "Uti aid it was and I fear no risk." of
r "Stop, Willie! The little form before Congress as soon as practicable after
ImmayJIt; syid I <*.(' I'd hand ut to th' t him rose erect, commandfuL "You are "It is a doable risk," she replied decisively the inauguration, and following are his

tnastleP.three ar a pig's eyel my stepfather's cousin; you have "equally for me as for your reasons: "Ihe true worth and valueof StearnsMill

I w dat b. afth.r lit tin' th' likes o' known me since childhood; we have r self. Some other must go. Can you I a tariff bill cannot be tested in a

*v<_ know |rhith.'r he wor in or no." 111 been-friends; but even you shall not tract BO one?" I short time, and the first effect appear

You are tte',t. Prudence can accuse me of impropriety!" "Carroll Meredith, perk I-.* No, ho to be sometimes what they really are

do iiu harm theme .!tvs. of course Carroll fThe girl's flush was now only of In- la well known; thom t : n? me i I not. I think it wend be most impolitic tn.t

only) goes h'" ":;iy, but-" it 5JT dignation; and her black eyes met his would shadow him sin !te K-an, I to place a new tariff bill before the
"Tn H that si 1 it' th' bad though tinily. He : "- ',.
: :ru !> shot defiantly. po.u\ l' j. ment: country just previous to the election

he's grown thin f tr whin he takes th' "Very well Miss Bessie. You sated deeply, a smile, strung at r..' ""j a moment |lof 1114. For this reason I favor the
'
longt-t thrift'.MIT I (jme f' in th' h&pdt DOES LOOK THAT WAY," HUKDITIIASSISTED. me to speak. I did not volunteer my passing once or ,. a.'roas his t extra' session idea and think the sooner

But wji n' 1 h,,> goes" an' whin is reason** lips before he asked, 111It.: ;. y: ,I! the p'opoeed tariff cnauzes go tnto ef-

his own his[." ---, ::' none ar th' blue '' I "It was M< reason-only'absurdity!" "You will go, nnc<" M "mp with feet the better will the final result be

dtrC maitlfc'r." .The woman 8poke.hotly 'I' denly adding: "11 ow in thunder could It Her eyes did not drop; and the good old anyone I send, no matter h>\\' singularmy for our party." ,EtSf Jwrk

and h 'e-1' th.mgii! there was hare come from Yankee headquarters? blood of the Westchesters, whose men choice I I Democratic organizations intending

!Tieon twinkle i r,1 .. eye as she finished WQ1. it's a trap or a joke." had ever replied to calumny by a blow, "With any you can trust," she answered to come to the inauguration would

"Very well A''. ." the calmly."I better "get a move" on their -
-v
"
man an application
"It is no joke., was the confident re glowed upon either cheek. "I am ignorant -
wered )Irwkfc(j 1 keenly at her. "HI ply. 'The words are too exact for co 1 of all cause for your allusion; trust this one as I would myself," I[i for efuarters or they may have k

.give him the liMcr as soon as he re incidence. She must see it, anyway. It but it is untrue and absurd." he replied. "Be ready at three o\.lwk1 113 I : sleep in tents booted.so rapidly are rooms
turns." And, :'s the servant closed the the moon is down then. Dawn tomorrow being already The same chair-
will fix.her determination' to go; and "Is it untrue if I repeat. that I saw I
dc-r MrRee ftMi' :n .d his restless walk will see well on the w to lib man who made such a >zs
we mint get her to the river before the him, 'busy'asyou were, whisper over you ay inauguration
'':l'l many a fiance at the suspicioussniis.re freeze Wait till I come back." J"our6houlder? Is 'absurd'' that you erty and home." I cess of he first W
"You (I has been put at the head of the citizen'sinaoffmal
are a true, good friend. Mr. McKee
back and
to smile
Hastily pocketing the letter, McKee paused whisper at.-
Tt fan hour the committee and the preHmU
-m& answered
afterm.rhtfall woman feelingly. :
seized hat and overcoat, sallied into the Peyton Fitzhugh !
Carnll ]f '. "God knows nary arrangements are already well un-
erefii h clattered disnv I
though cannot asybowI
-
op street, and raced for the Gray mansion. The girl's lips quivered, but no longer der The lightest, strongest most& durable
'unted thank way.The ,
/ and entered his I will be at three.
own oozy I Bessie opened the door for him, her ear with anger; the flush on her face took She held you ready crocodile tears now being shed has been built and in constant tHe for --

'apartment."Hello. -more acute from long and wondering softer glow, and the light.of battle In her out her hand. "Is this good- by Secretary Noble and Scperimendent: years, has stood the test of time, is
WDilst U-ugh! but it is bitter I byT'
eo1drIlk I waiting-recognizing his step before his eyes quickly changed to merriment, as "No Porter because two Census bureau em- soluble for all classes of wort. Ask
greeting as he threw ; only au revoir. I think. I..meee
hand touched the belL a little !'augh gurgled softly out. ploye have been detected in crooked for illustrated matter girinz descrip

off baektotfceftre.coat and gires and stood with his 'I "Well, you are here at last, Willie" "Willie McKee," she said with monitory He you again most probably." work, one tiying to steal votes in New tion of our wheel, made with, maHable
was at the
[ I front door again. But,
"1 ahoaM was her eager greeting. "Pro looked voice, but advancing softly to him, had York and the other furnishing the Government iron felloes, strongest and lightest
: has wmiUWde the debt of been
thought ten
obligation
you : "I would not have believed other wheel in the trade.
\ for you four whole days. Where Mil any false reports on Alaska for
.
faster, was the "Here's times as heavy McKee would have felt
wpJy. ajktUsrloryo ,
." you been" .I living man had he told me that you it in rise before the Behnng Sea Court of We build all sizes of both power and
paid fall by the tone in which an-
iMFMted "I hare been quite busy," he answered were-a goettl No sir! You shall not other Arbitration, are odd to say the least, pumping mills, general Wind Mill supplies
Salfei and I did the voice after hurried.
i "thirtytmil.einan formally. "I have sent. dally stop me until you hear. See, Willie, whispered a when the record of the Bureau is called of alt kmd Tank work ot every
less than .onlerence in the ball
boy usual, Mere- how much further i.trust than : mind. kind a specialty. Goods
notes for Miss Clay, laclosed to you you to are fully guar
&tfe you.
,: "Such
the of
letter novel ideal
anawer.d'taldag a And
good
care- to
.rust me! Tile man wan nas so causekss'y anteed.
"And without the M-: Elaine will not talk about the
}: s&y. .It....+1 broad day before old one word for me, excited inIot.i.ct"your you to trust me, Willie! God speed and.,; Will
girl replied, with a little pout "But ; your&be paused an : election for publication, but he cannot give farmers and others wholesale
;Pete
paddl full fasfo the creek; said theriver Willie, I hare watched for yon all day-I anger gave me a coat for prosper;you, brave-dtar boyl" hide the look of satisfaction which is prices where we have no agent

was of transports. passing up. ran down from Caro dozens of times to a naked: : prisoner-Care's brave boy- I, seen on his face for the first time since Send/or oar large 72-page Illustrated

\Vondr a mor' th1at'eaher.if they; Na."be massing for a see if you had not come." i i CtlD: More; be risked his life, per- [TO BE oosTcom.m ] thai warm day on which he so hurriedly Catalogue and mention thu paper.

: I b-<, to whisper to me that it had atreauna left the cabinet.
p-
"Were the creeks freezing* the other "I have come now, he answered, Address all correspondence to the
ie paper sewed in its lining.: Mr. Harrison also refuses to talk butit
with what aimed at but struck ,
,aslcsd dignity
anxiOGsly. "Carroll. If the river
INTERLACHENReal
is inside STEARNS
whispered Republican cir MANUFACTURING Co.mhZti
I "And I .
tfreews, how can we ever get her peULshneM only. must see cles that he
across!" Miss Clay at once." man's fell and a flush accuses Quay, Clarkson Coanersyflle bd. U. 8.
The young eyes I and other Blaine Republican A.fJ .
Estate members of the -
"Upper I'mlte-na.rper'-&nd cross The girl stared at him, surprised, a of shame swept his face. Next Instant Agency National committee withhav-

on tM ioe," Meredith returned hot flush stealing to her face and hot he raised both bravely looking into
prompt3j
words to her lips. But she held them hers at he whispered: Offers for sale for the Season of 1892- tug hoodwinked Carter and betrayedthe T". JLt. Purcell:
t 93,OEANQE GROVES COTTAGES, WILD ticket in New York and Illinois. ,
"
:;ot if they're; massing above Wasb- back saying as gently as grarely "Bessie daring! Can forgive "
my ;you Lana, AC.BESTS It is significant in this connection! that
log+ou. Besides, hang it,khe's obstinateas "And / hare not seen you for four me TTORNEY
?
Cottages, Clears Land, puts not one single message was sent from
a burro days!
about that cursed anonymous. out Grovel Estimates of cost any member of the National committeeto
,meddler But for him rd have had her "1 lISy! ,""was his quick replj' -"at on application. Address given Mr. Harrison, either on election day And CobBMBor at ZAW..ppo lu the C. H j
vases that the pnsomrrs'. .
night. fleas.
j LOTT ALLEN A. bON, or the day following. Of course the
"n Inf '-:?.. : .' was strictly our "Then why did you not come to met: : tyJlprscuoe la sfl Cooruu 1'AI AT
nod Interlacheo, i'la. reason for this may have ben shame
recta' his tni I saw onoe. ,
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JOHNSON NOTES. f PALATKA MARKETS. County and City Directory.

DEPARTMENT.This SCHOOL! BOOKS
.. Corr *pondeace Palatka Times. ; Cnxwrie*-Wholle.i .

Department is conducted by JOHNSON, November 22. Corrected Weekly by O y Bros. Corner KJrbj COUXlT I OFFICERS: ,

LEWIS MORRIS, County Lecturer, who From the communications in the last i, '" and KirklMidMreeu.) Judge Crtotnal Court: .* Ro d-lmat

( ...
Kxtra
is.alone pooeIW-e for Its oUtran< Whet .$4Ldtobllt SoUritor-,Joxyh EerL Supplies
Flanders it
Messrs. Hemenway and FWr *erou do do 4.:>> to ..1 Orlt-4. S. Black w U.

"Men area never likely to settle a eeenu that we mod badly in need df anew Ury-ttelttHl In aee pound Me.tt' IHIX3SO ..-\V.> extern.. .. .JQellte... .,. 810;, Co 61" Judge Coactr Coun-AJoAeph E. BaldwtsJ4

>question rightly. when they died PoarJ of County Commissioners,, i .. .. He, ern BelliN.- Coaaty CoouniMioom C. Batter. Chair-

it freely.] "-Maeaulay. of I fomad boxo 84 to maD; T. Y Gamier, L. TJ. Moss, H. S. Mil -AT-
and that will have the interest gaaoked Memt>>1-Vn-y bnuuls :Sew '
one : & .
W. Il ..
toes The Board' meets the Tins
] Pork < ii;\ flam . .. 12% to n4o '
; the tax pavers at heart. One that con I Hextemliuu. 11 to 12/4 Tuesday la tact mantU.

DIRECTORY THE ORDER. tract the public highway to the lowest do HhouJder ._ Stod. Clerk Cirarit Cow-Frwk Wrijht. Cochrane's Book Store.
.. Fir il I Mara 3 to 10Cheee Sheriff Jamea U. Steeds
OMAITUATIOK.Preakdent I and best bidders and not to a few of i t ar.c-v r'ull I < rer.miN; V. State 12 to
STATE ,
Buttet, Ftn-> Ka-t. nil reauifry. .. 23 to 26 County Collector-Frank H. Blanrhard.Conaty '
.. .... ....A. P.Baskin, Anthony, FaV their relatives and personal friends. i Nysu1| h.ntla.rr; g il. 30 toNew Tr a>> rer-B. L Lolirnthai. New Location! New Goods !Lowest Prices
Vlcerre. .......D. W. Adam Tangerine Fsv the l i M:leantM..Un-, .- 36to40 County AIteMOI'-'V.I. WUliains.Saperrtaor :
Sectetary..4. A. Moore Pew&-**!*, *Ta. While I do not accne present Rya-g.sl to 44
Treassrer..C.S. Toting:, (Ortaan r '. Board ot contracting said Rice, ; an.lnui;: < II..K-C at to P* of Rtfflttratkm H. Merryday.
Honorable Tablet
Ieetsrer... .........JL. W. Weeks, Cbllk}. FaPVTaarr t ant\ &%, to BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOK. Our 5c. Can't be Beat.
highways to their relatives and personal Crackersi'- .. \.'t T & liolnjc j
00CI1fft' OJIG.UfUo\TlO:. i M.HI <:.\XX..eoda.. 5 F. u. Ack..... Chain&ao John H. Harp.
I f friends regard!*** of the feet that their I I., u.. ra.i-kers 7 John P. 'Wall. Aler. Straw. SPECIAL PRICES TO TKA('HFri-. \.t\ bavt-a N- -f t .x- .
H..lh..wr Mi* A- Secretary.Sepettntendent
T. W. Balph. yraiUirit. ; 1,.1'_ r ',i. .. 7 STATIONERY Ac. aud i.l:: \ ., .
.II' h. ,
TowBMOd, rice pnaUtaBt Huntin !t.n u. t.i UWhltooml bi were Dot the lowest, the communications Con:
i >. eef Ur-tliia urer. Meinwei; ...,.* of Messr" Flanders and lien I ,I.,- n plon .. 4 7.r- to .... A.. StraullS. call ana see our stock.

Morrta. kxlun-r, Pchtka tlo tin H..t i! f.raml .. .... .. 4.Mto.... CITY OFFCERS. Through our large .Northrin: House we h.vt a great :1.! c in: .
seem to indicate that this is IIiuli.Jini: U.u.u..1I i lot*. 6.:: to ... and will wholesale]
SrBORDWATEPALATKA..CJHEI'; eiiway :Moiinx: Iiu-ui, 'I.,;,!!! I V..5.tuto.. Mayor MarUn Griffin, Jr. give our : ;aWl ttail; custom rth"' )t.f'edil.:

s the caw, atlll l if oo, and I have ho reason do .1.i Ango! tiwiiw,12os.: 3:() to AMemea- r.. a wttt, Pre deM; 8. J. ORDER BY HAIL PBOMI-TLV ATTJ.NKH lit. Ki>i..'' l I..

I for tie* \ irk> :M.iW ? -. U "z. at. . $.mn, W. ,
G.
statement one, W. Irene, Baaattt A Uaina,
doubt thnr Kenoafly ,
Price Seotetarr. to ...
C. L Rowtoo: rrMMtnt: Joseph Canned (;tH.d"'- l \ii".t. 21b. t.IiII: &0.
and I joined by the majority of t hI'0'1' do l.ru'I.I.aj.:tx 2.snto.... P. A. Pratt, Joseph R. T>nrn. Saianel Lyon,
SAX .\1"'. am .1.. t._. !'lnnl.,2lb! . 2.260 .... Robert J Rites, A. T. I tins think it highh .. ...
.f District
\ '' *. Peacbe 3 !h. Tai.liei.: w I.to. LaRoebe Foater.Cftgr .
8. J. Wens prsMeeat ; O. R. Thacher, &e.retary. dn2 Ih. 'I al to| \..Uow.: . l:!jto George
necessary that there be a new Hoard domot:tll I h. lit- 1.1ft to 1JB Clerk sad Aneiaor Joeepa Price.CoUeetor door
I the earliest poib.e mo Canned r tob-Alaoka telOMB .... 1.4*to .... -M.W Stewart. next AcKertnan & Stewart's! :;' ;sTalatk.i.. r: .t.
I'III1ft'Io:-.I.. appointed at
do Fresh Colombia River TreMorer-R.J. Adams.
Fruiaaud : L. H. Tnoker, ment. As the new commissionerfrom Salmon lJAtol.90 ---
W. M. WIMlaaaa, Chief oll'ohee-Jobn W.Ilagan. -- -- -
Mackerel 1.9050 ...
Fnuttond.O. this district we recommend Aiu rican Sardine*.V.s, Chief Fire Department-Geo. E. Oay.

W. MoW*. vrwMMrt Slas3 ,vxa.Mannvilk Y. 1' Batter J Richard F. Sash as the one most willed in Little oil Neck.(....... IJftto 4.OOto&25...!. BENEVOLENT: AND OTHER SOCIETIES.. Passenger Schedule.

.secretary, 'attIM.LO for the position. Mr. Nash is well and L..lft "K 1.1.Co .... 1u. mnc.: J I
Canned Vepetalile*-Xn. 3Toraati' 96 to I JO
8 ".UU'S. favorably known in this section of the do X... :JSupurCoin. M to 1.40 Falatka Lnipe, S'o. 34, F..t A. M.-Meett
J. T. Mlntoa. .......... BanoerrlU*; w. J. do Nn. 24 kr.i and T- matoe 1.4010) Second and Foarth Monday Snits In the month THE GEORGIA{ SOUTHERN a. FLORIDA lULUlSUWANKEE AD
and
Miller,Mcretanr. asssenl I Ie. county and is an honest gentleman, do Io.2'isrr.wis..1.10b1J0 at Tao o'clock

"yieeslx.it. of do No. j >;.irly June Peaa.. 1-AOto .. S. J. W. M.
interact TILOriMAX.
that will lockout for the :
one : :
do No..t It..t..n Raked Bean l uto finER ROUTE TO FLORIDA.
W. hoop, +n.t.. McMeekln; R. J:. tbs tax payers and cot entirely for his do N...J Itofttoii Brown Bread 1.t 8 to M. I. COXE, Secretary.
eeyle,secretary ldsSfeekln.TeaWALK. Coffee Green Rio .J to JO Taking sleet OCTOBER 16. ISA. Standard-. 90th Mrndtdn.SOUTH .
individml pockets. Let us appoint do Rotated Ku> _M to M Putnam Chapter No. 9, R. A. M.-fleets Second -- --- --
Table Irii>li l>uI..t.-I'f'f]' tiam-1.. i JiII to 2.t18 and Fourth Monday Xighu. BUUND.Leave .
O. J. ranneaMr. pKMklent, Norwalk; tk'f'reP..L. Richard F. Nah as C+uniy Commis- AlM>lt... ;1-er b.irrt'llnw I .. . ... .. 3.00 CO 3.26Rs HATES H. P.
ary pemjaail*Lntfitt. orwalk. ..alIo.-.. .... .. .. .. C. ,
stoner from'this district. Leave CAes5 4.no Lave Naehrilk... ... .. .. . .
.tturo-4' .. ... .. .::2i5to3. M. LOER Secretary.L ass pie
; .b St. Louis::::::::::: ::: :: :::: :::: 7 Jn= T.eaeChat taaooga.. :::: :: 2.I: Ara
Mrs. J. D. Cromwellof Gainesville \ \ 1111 'ii- i" r ham .. .. I.'oOcol-2S ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
L. J. Arnold, ........t, Peuiel; J. P. Rued, O 0. F.rume Leave t4aa.nine I.JIIIID 1 Love *. 7.JC em
ecretary.renM. veral weeks ..... uln.l'IYlUa.' ... .... ... .... .. .. .. 7.3aaa, Leave )Ia.-.., to jo llfll
who has been spending Tilt. < AHETTKS.ETC.' -- ..... ..... .. .... .
Ld?: *, 1\0. a, I. O.O.F -Meett entry Lave Qiitraaoega. 12.1 J'ID Leave :Macon .Inaction .lA4i'l ,. 11
BG IM1'OK.W. ,. .. .. . Leave .. .. ... .... ... .. 6'ii .
with her many friends and relatives in Huk..f'.r'. .I ;O ...f$ K Tae: ay X.-nt JOSd'H PRICE, N.0.R. fr= 'i aTtr H. Cote, peePIMM, Huntington ; Mr- A.Towa.sd ...vr.u.| !a l < "I I'i-: "! 411) Lave .): : : I US.T Tllton .. . r ?
mcreury. tinvt"ii.BAXAVA. the vicinity of Johncom, left on Tuesday :: S -4l oi Nortn < .mil .: m;. C DRE\'ARD, Secretary.St. Leave Maooa nnctkm. ... .. .. .. .. .ions pat Lean Valili-U. t u:; l 0'f
ci;iraich A. 'M.I 1 |> Carter. Los .:I? 5a Lesre ........ .. .. .. .. .. ... sa I Lave Jasper ,
last for her home in Gainesville. Hl, i." !kui.,1' ,:t \lading grade :; .a' Johns Ea:; npeaeBt, I. O. O. FHee& fesre .. ... .... .... :... .. .:... :.. .. : ar Arrivs Lake l'55y... '.' .: :

Frioa.O. L.Uanana.\VhltoiMib. petn.ld,'nt. Melrose ; L. Miss Julia Cause, one of the many KirliiiHiMi:wart |pI. ,, .i -li-. r ,' -i-t-rbox' every Se :no in a Fourth! Friday Nights. testy Lan .s.. .............. .... ... .. ..T e i Arrive Arive JackM.l"alatka'.vii.;. >>::. :: :::: : : i ..

ebarndugyoung;: ladies of Johrmm, lei ud l \ /n. ," .., i :iirin, i i- per boi. . JOSEPH PRICE, C. F.W Arrive Lake ClfT.. 5.35MDrrlreJ
".m.i', .:II-' Sii,0., siagtebox dnonTil].. j."1).m ,
on Tuesday last for Gainesville where It. .. . ... ... 4.', U SPECK Scribe. ArriveFal.tka.... .... ....... .. . s.4)aa.
REVIEW. Coljt.ttV (>..t.on: i\: <' ioxiots ITS"OF - -- --
-he is to spend veral weeks with hr 'j"l do !, I. IMJX lot, K'rtf[ [ HONOR.:

u'ltli cousin Mr J. n. Cromwell. Cii.i| The "FuturelJIII"'j.>/ ) ? \ mark) t J'ru-t.
T Mrs. N. Puce of Mehfose, paid us a Matcbe-'wiftltairtneyBlue F TleiM "'hlo W ;dnesc..: if the BObth.M .
Albert ('havannesof Kii"\ville, <-n. .1 I and 'at aim \l.e! at mann. :T-TI: s.to.m I Taave .. u
aln] I l\ pleasant visit! on Saturday last. l.w. ALTER THOMAS, Dictator. T.ouasn | la t ." .. :ts
the
contribution t > :i iru
is a timely I I Sew York State IUi, large volume of aocit'' li't-niture c >-n-, R. L. Kennerly of hawthorn, paid ; ; v. Jan ttath' m
and 1''arhll".jlC'r ?
1"the brant "' H most pleasant, highly appreciiH :: :
ins: from the l'eDi' or P. 11111IiUII .I'J.Mpm les.ve ii ..1? ..III
hot. Sabbath. :. Leavr .. .. '
; visit on L'.IOI-B l.7 m
: / : ;
'
thinkers of the day.ltilwriut'nsomt'. numl'r, the people liar Grain Hour FerUlizer. Etc: Si! .a: : L i: :So. 8, K. of P.-Mt erexj 4/r, j.m Iran ; 4 !" ., uArnf

\' : tl'tM i I. A large ot young (.0I'ft'.t..W6t.k1r! l\.rtreeI'dt Co.. D. STEWART, C. C. 4/ im! Arrive . .n
IIf Johnnon and! vicinity assembled at tl .UX, K.R.9. t* !1.1) kwan' & K. W. Depot. .'
of 11('llamy'M: 'LooL.11 : ).' : >ani I : >:: I
the iisiderre of T. X. Bailey on Saturn nr nr K of P, No.4-Meete for drill .'J'atet.tune . ; .
only that it is more I" ..('I :wa!. in C: 't' :;v-t'1I1'Jl''t l.' '" .ehangee.; bride Kraaarine.... .. .... .... . 1 in pm'' Ev.tu-Mlle. .. 1 ..,

it iret more of d.u (and! .e9e t .! ni?November: 19, and indulgedMI Aim. RILES 1I!; : : .
:r R. j. Captaia. = Arri\i : '
the pleasure*' of a social, old time (;"tU..I..I. )>er 101&' k KM lb*. .. ;l' _
the fln'd Vtopia to bt- !J.ldwd J) ne('. >- Feed Meal per 'ack !<.>ll..... ..... > L A EMjTII Re 0I'fIer.
-mized 1. "randy pulling.! ; Gone, candy palling Pare Wbeat Feed, per McklMlbs.. } '. SHOUT LINE TO THE WORLD'S kAli;. .
Bar to he followed \ i-. :: u- .. ... IRON J'ALL..
) Rust Proof Oata, per Inwh .. < I I .
the etc., were continued until the small t !J..S & CAR a Night Tr\h h fircrn Msuon art. Pr.U'ka. I (II I" hasty 11; I. SisS1ee
manit| in order tubrnii; ; about in hours of the nuht when the Wheat Hay.Xn.1TtruotIl1.l'erWlli..lt.Bran per ton .. ........ 18.00 tc C Branch Nc rc: Order Iron HaB-"'Meets First ng t Service betwsraJaekansriHe. Pie Nasbnihe un not remote future that Mate of > :; assembly Writs and Heal, per bbl .. ..... .... a r and Thii Friday \dIU.. "' C< UakoDpM MIlMioa with M.l N., very wished for by :il 'h"l[>erscdvrith, many thanks to the nand Beat Patent Hour, ner .. 4. IIGNRT )IERWL .Chief L3L north and south; and ra Ualoa Depot in Lake Citrantll'..latka wiih il ": from i. .. .J!
society eo devoutly withes that the pleasures might be Cotton bled Meal I, Bri-lit,IP.r ton.:. K. ,I, Florida,Kaet, West and South. .
.
W STZWART.Acct.ORIIEB
who reeliM with true sympathy, the ...
Cotton Iio.d Meal Hark. per ton 3 JKn.
condition of the maaees of the repeated in the near futnr'e.Was I need lies) . .. ..... ,
real not the election an agreeable FortCeaoent,per bbl . ... ... ICement'l"r I i OF RAILROAD[ TELEGRAPHERS.
present lime.'hUe it does not for- ttoMBadate lihl. .. ..... 1 a P-u.lvcrl.zed.: .
and for the second
mahy advocate the doctrine known as surpiice though Plaster . .... ... S ,.o i I I C; B3: C C \;0. !It.-lIt_ every second
BO time since the election of Buchanan Lime, per' bbl .. .. .. . .. .... 1 .au f< ar.ii: s, 11'1" cod>mutt in K. of P.
State Socialism it appropriates the Democrats have elected a l reei-I I L'Leterers' Ha;r.Iwrlb .. ..... 4 I U; .I. B. C. BIiBT AnD,C.T.
much of that system as would seem to Beet Liverpool .alt-rack; ... ... .w I u;)
be neoe ary to Insure the establishment dent, and Cleveland was in the lead Florida Ontnu-itoxV.li-, \ ",per box. A C HAMRKK, G. A F. 1IIa1... Florida Soft Phosphate.
'kith times. A FAKMEBSOX. ? Orange ll,'\ Heads I -
\ of a desirable "( "n ur.nwealtrt. Beat Bach\H.grs: jr hdl.. .. ..'." ..4ttcBONnt I G. A. R. .
ol.jectiouable. I
Without incorporating Deserving Praise. G. A. Rv-Veteran Pout No. U-Meets every
I with the w ..
features-without iBtriJeiins; Caadlea Etc.
the inalienable! rights of the We desire to say to MK citizens that First Tuesday of ea fa mouth At I /.twk: p. m.P. ,
JDD.1. I [Corrected Weekly InR.. A E. J. Smith TThnle- I .T. L. QUELN, C4>nuaa ier.
ittt1ividual. for years we have been telling Dr. pie Caiulv .Mauufai tnreni, No.f LeMoD Bt LEWIS Adfft.IN .

I heartilv: '' omm "r.,1! nil! who t<. <, \ for I THE GREATITLJhAI FERTILIZER.
Kiiiir's New i-covery Consump Stick ('ands 2' !h. IXIXPS ..... .''. 10o : :
of '' Mixtun-; ; : ..::::::
an interest in the bi '11'1'! Rent ( -upresent Broadway; > Ill. koKM tie
tion. Dr. Kind's New Life Pills, Dockleu's ... ...
social! condiiK'ii"' to send AuiiricHii M'x-.uif: l 1'1. bucket .10c [ CIRCUIT COURT, TUTNAMCOUNTY
Fn'II1Ilixtl1'-"' "> ih ,M.xes. If10
Salve and Elefiric Bitters
cents to the author tor a copy ; nut 1 Arnica Ch..lat. Crr.iicl'.' U>XM. 20c FIu-= lM CHANCERT.
then not only to read, but to atuav it. and have never handled remedies that Mr-limaio; -, 'i-ll!I..I I I'f I I =

L. M. sell as well, or that have given such A. l'-. '. 'in 11 11't l:::::: ;.::::xe U i Carter,OonuilaiaaBt, \
Pun"in l .. : imxe Send::for Circnlars containiB Interestitu Reports; a Sul : ;
universal sin-fH-tion.! We l do not heeiti ...Ir..S. ; ya | RID to '
rVllliy .. 'hl 4 |I"-lr( i 11 llOX. ... .... f
nit irfHoo.! K. L. Header-1 Fonelose
: a.
The izriMH'-t! t virton w.' 'I 1\ the p' li'i', gtBrautei- them every time, and i ) others.
: r i!Km; ING G 1ILAdam"'NtI'.I.I..hl.I"'rbo I "n" r n ;)(. .aon and the Mortgage,&('. 1'nor. I B. WILSOJC and

p'c' ID I inMcfiit!. eleci.-ii-' I ii'.i\ : <*e'c- .> c stand t'I'Hd t l\ to refund the purchase I | KTUILF : .; J'.I.i.: Inrf....... J
if ant iiotory remit -lo not fol- .. It aJlt'nrf1 M tM aSdarH of E. E. HaakeU.
I price > I rnt'i' |j' r box. ....... ... 1
UU1.1>t I the authoi i.f "Li\: (1t' I"< >w their u-e. These; remedies hve'Mm .. H-l:I Ii .-< : i 6.X E ;u:.. Atf: kg e4 the enmplalmnt in the CHEAPEST AND BEST FERTILi; Ea IK THi '>. RLO ':';.
aU... ('. hlrni.U. rurt, i ri.r I A '. Ataaid def MUaM,E. L. Hender
ti"iisv ( J. 1'. AltR. L. their :u':: !at t popularity purely on P"nnii t'rii.l.; I"| r l I.i>. naK I' il a4>raonar. B..-........ of ,beIU.1DlltoD.t' .

Goveraoi (''f Illinois. An "inr.. al! 4 I' hi-ir nients.! For ease by AckcrnuinV 1I1pJ.: .' -t 1 rtn r b..x .. .... .. .... rioa, sad reside at Chattaao= tOA'tiYrt1rrnI.iiVSTANDARO -
only, Tenaeanee,aad that their
,
ill not be i < -1 : -uc'I! ; I'wart.lnlCI,' : to!,. m T.. r >'
hisO.k 11 snrltresult. ar lysaorthantwoty-oaeyears:
I 'I ui PHOSPHATE M:Ntu: AN= ) WMKti IPIi kY.
------- i u *or' orderea that -W E. L.
,
.. ... ... .... yea
Hi' i1* a tlnnki : .l ..n.iubramo. > Mixed Nuts per poauilFeannts .... TUndtnuB
COMO NOTES. Fancy per Jfound.Alinoid . .. .. .... ... n. .0ct ..r.i; P. arereqa'redto
and what i i. muc-h more to t I'Lpurpose : .. ),,'r ,round ... .. .......... ... to the said care, upon DECEUKU aeta-ia Kendrick, Marion fc.. Forui; +.
II M, 1MB the rate of Mid
sasae day
being a
.. .. .... ......
( 'orr.' Palatka Times: Envrli-li Ralnnt..l.er {xmnFflliiTtN _
ho in of, tint\ \ with and t I"l' pond"IIl't' HlUlltl. .... . 4% sad ttat Cat*order be pablUhed tn the -- --- -- -
the pe"ld.Twenth'lh Centuiy.The 0)10 November 22. Pe an., i 1.1 71 p!|' uiul:; :::. :. :.:::: :::!.:: Pajatka we My Times oboe a week for f oar eossecathe -

i \\u..ul.rponud., .. ....... .... .... m wt'.ka. .
Done this November ad. A. D. IMS.FRANK
OUR SILVER 065
The arrivals for the past week are WRIGHT, Clerk. $65 QUEEN
Youth's Conr.Miiioii': \:;, thin -.
I
r KALl By D. M. KIRBY, D. C.
Mrs.I j. .. Manchester I and Master Fresh Meat
IB order to keep the school out ..I.i I (Corrected weekly by Duane Bros., Central Market E. E. HASKEIX, Contpfaiaaat's Solicitor.e34w Is it possible a ncUM Buggy with Siiver-pated {)a. h Rail: Sr-tr Pal, Handles
Howard; with them came Mr. Gynn Hub Bands and Sh_:t for above
Tips,
politic. '''the only po-o-iMe+ niloi-i'-i \ near Court Hou e.1 ,

make ih, <'si-hool a plJice of inRtrurn.ip. and daughter, who are domiciled at Beef-Northern (Beat Cite' ),per 1G.. 20 to .... t price'I I >
.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTJCK.TOnCE
.U to ....
m the fuudamenUlc <>f knowledge, in I Miss Hermance'tt. Florida,Sleet Cute. .::::::::::.:10 t. 11U B&m f t"'

Mr. Potter is having a drive wellMil Mutton ... ... .... .... .......... ....18 to 2U \ IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX ;;:
morality and in religion so far aa! :tt'l' I \4I&l. .. .. ..... .. ..... .. ........ .... ..... bo .. 1> MONTHS AFTER DATE I win present to -.' >1 ':1I
down at his place but to date it 04 .... .'n
up Pork Jt 5P I -4
agreed. SchoolM! > con titu' : :::::::::::::':.:.: ttooi5. toe Coanty Judge of Putnam County my ccnants -
are Bau-af-e . : :. ..:.::::::::..is .. and-Tonrhen, as Administrator of the at Gci
others should be supported 1 10.\ eems tube a total abstinence well. VanKrn .. .. ... ... .. ..............2 toPonitn. .... estate of A. N. Edward, for anal tettleme&t. +s : 'g
and no I' Capt. J. 13.,*Jamison WM in town to- 1 Lirsss.ed ... ................. ... and for discharge as such Administrator. a oi .
the public taxes." A tine conception" September 2d, 1490. : = ; J
aDd he has perfected the offl- '-- JAMES
jay, sad C. CONDREY,
truly, of what a putic! !school Bh< uMbe. ; I sep2-.m Admlftkuacor.tw C'I

But where can the reli ioi. ,'1.11 workings of his railroad: The FOR SALE. w ft ... I Q I :-t I II ,.., ." A

found upon which 'all are apra .J!?' Captain ae proprietor and president ; -- : Q-eM1 AItItf. tdyax :; ci :'" ,.

Has an'i'bott i:> ever di-oovereci, such arehlition" Mr. C. A. Knowlton, superintendent : S Rt' (:_ 11;" a qP M_ : JO
hM'.....' -.._ I d
And if anjtxxH-were! to .1i] 1- Mr. Will learned, general manager, 14.000 AfRES DESIRABLE LAND 04....._ .11t 111I1.... ._ I I > bl ... ,
< be __ .. IS lh..d I... r wet4...... tad I.....ad :
it. would it \\.rt teaching to attlUor.We -
cover and (;('0. u'CIL!!. general : i at .\ n-MoaaU price, on easy 15115...M y.i" ....d... t __ J aw tdS twryd cad piy I :. ... :
anyboey in any plaet.Pl.. ,-:taU11- learn that enterpn..i g <* Ik* IM,.. I ,....c..t .wr -S. t..t.wt eta jj |pqkmb I -0
:: -
our. terms 'l'\\ !t'I! t dtoUaM ot Titse.dle. d.a7 WUM.. lPAHCNTS .a.a..V ;:twin..s nor ;
tinel. Horace Prior hn* 'I l
bntf'ur. air. }pn-- use Ind'an !' i "...ropo.... Two rafiroad! TREATED: BY MAIL CCNFtOENTUL. .
--
.1 th' -Cartby, grove and pro, Gard_.. ..4 wHk w oteroIq. HiMTMhm, w W4 ttbcte Write for our New 80 page Cna"gu-! :: ... > .I -::;......
:
LEMON titX'R.Lemc |, nrar I'M-'\ tad": and intends to int :- :
I ,.' I I. H. CARPENTER, I' S R f sr ELCTienairamcneisaoiSEISER SOUTHERN -
A i'.11\Itl/t, L 'I .
: 1 ic, r'hape.. Horace is a I THE ITL7GGYCINCINNATI ; '.
au.vtf n. ''.'nsj Block, Palatka, FU.
For h" ,.. ..' ? aut? I' : : .ill"' u., ke. it a valuable: I OHic' U. S. ,-.

l..t.Foi ; I"- r' of pro, .
i J i
,
+fl.I'I'".'v.4
d, take 1.01"1 Klixir.Foi 4.! -ivered a IK-W "iiiM-c-t," 'which is I! MONEY $SATTEO IS MOEI X&OE. H HOTEL[ COQUINA

i *h k nn'l iH-rv',tv" IH';; d.ll 1 \ i l Idt'8tnlCt ti i -:i I foiio'c: and Save J5 to :."'
ta t. i 1'1'"''II> r.lixir. > -mal:! lin !,,, Tli- U15-;. l is qui'e I Wnte lor oat ma'I,",. ,ih l'atakese. a Ile-pcebuok [fiST ITIM"" Hi asi ;Ei '

Fun i I a ..Ue88 ..Uldtuko l IH.'r\'OU'1Ii .. :1:1': tad th'w < u >nn of e"true ion i ioe ....,.. ntalntntdlt.-tAnons4lowestmen I, ; iAia.: : .'.. -

J "."ii' : Klixir.: \ ,. .rnm!;. I although the dot of every kind of J god. and cappt* manitf Mtaredaa4 & VINIXG, Managers, .
I ., ot tree and fruit is not i kHMTMtf into UM l.nitrd iita es. Groeertc
,
tetitt' and -tIUn ;ie
rot -> "1 up< debility UMWMoid Oood-:! Famttore, Ctothlce. LadiM ==:= RAILWAY. .
Lt ino'i !i'v.,r.Fr "s,Up-lii attar, yet when the legitimate i and GeM*' Clothier: and Vtuiuohlni Goods, Dr M ,

: \ rchius i and malaria; tt'V' I !!.m1" this inct i" after get between Oooda, Wait Gads Dry Good. 1UU, Cap ORMOND-BY-TNE-SEA! FLORIDA. SCHEDULES OF DAILY. TRAINS IN .' ;
'
and the Boo aDd SIKWO, < lom. Notion, Glassware
!
Lanai I.\ir. h '11 j.ml au orange tree, bang Stationery watehe.', kxka, Jewelry. 80verwa..

Dr. M.-/ley'' 'a Lemon Elixir will t >t I 'MIIIJI: V' is done, ami it a15 rocky for theircmer Rues Wk Da, A;rtcnltaral lasplementa, .t0. FINE F1SIIL G.SPL'EXDID. EFFECT JUNE 12th. 1898.ANDFLA. .

of the above named tL if he ft out of range. Does a FIRST CLAMS UOOltSo C.Lalogp. sent -- --- -- -
fail to any >- : W. tae .-
you receipt ot 16 emu bv xpr war% ara
ea&e's, ail of which arise from a toqmi u uowncd M. D. krow this insect? only OB coocere watctiMll* at maDOHCturen price. BATHIXG. .'CIS : LIMITBD"L "..b areCtAl'-; --ii-.slawAsi.M il vILLIIr.51.. ; >..

liver QUILL.We aQowtng the buyer the same discount C.al the L. I ; ';;
diseased stomach .S
or kidneys >'I nuno{ et rrr tines* to the wholwul barer. WtnariBt ,
i bowels. aO (rood* M represented U sot mead BEAUTIFUL DRIVES. LyW.yavu.. .... Stop Lv W.rcrM* e1k!t'Lv AitcauClUtuuooca. . J'05t' v.'
I Prepared only by Dr. II. }.Iozl...". I earnestly desire those of our .o. money iWonuod. Good seat by express or Lv Jcsnp ..... ... ... 11 lip L.Jump ... .. .1.teal,Ar Cbata.eap .. .. I I. 4 r' oAt ?
. . 6'J
take rrrlitt, write 1 rtvUegeof.tmtnaoabefore pay- 1J.aciia. .I25. Ar \f_ 433P:V HOp
I Atlanta, Ga &e. and f LOO per bottle, friend who propose to advertising tug A. KA PES a CO.K2 L..W- ........ flOt L..M_. .... .. .. ... '..IArl-: .. 5ip,.M3'al : '.'0Ar
at druggists. pace m our grand holiday edition to Quincy Street Chicago IH. { Accommodations ample. Bates AtUaU.LT .. ........ $31. A*"A..UaUu. .... .. .8 JIIP'lLy' Kdrarfil* 5 lta1M al.j I tie
__ a Boon as practi reasonable. AIlaet& ,. .... 1 Lv Adant .. .... SIp Ar Jlanial..lIo.. .. 934a'11aa' 1 : 'XeArCkata.oota. :
send in their copy \ .. 1 Al.attanoott. .. .. 3 !,Ar DMet ..... ... .. .. SU9( (00*
LEMON HOT DROPS cable. .. .. .. . ,. 95p'lt1Op
WE WILL PAY Beached via Palatka or St. and the Ckmtuaoogm.. .. T LtQ.au.-ia. TDrRouot. ..
*, Ookh Hoarseness Kant Coast Line From Sooth uNd:: via:New Ar Berlin. .. .. ...3 Ar Rurgla. .... .. . UOP-\r:; Sh-nais..iS Jr I teal 9150
(Curt all Ooofh 8500 Will bo Given AMlaryof MB t. 110 per weak to GOOD age'IU Sin3 rna and Halifax Hirer gteamen. TT2 ArCianniuti... ..... T.a.aad. . S Sopif Ar Wrin........ ------:::-: 7Wall, I%>
Sore Throat, BroBdiltis, l*>r1oemnnia, toepr.'seat M fa..vy e OBty4aBii aeMour genml LvClacmaad.. .. IIDe I.Lir CSacfDoatiArCMoaj. I d 4-a' t : 1
Rheumatism which i'tht'rtIamt..t ntfa"' price*. OtwLY. 3 I IIOPtIArB..Jti.-I .- -- .
Hemorrhage and all throat and 1 luugdiseases. For any case of stag .. ... "f ArChicagu- '-I, r .. $ T 0\;?
canrot be cured by Dr. Drummeed's 1NL \' T 'Taa.T.snteiar'IIPLOT.t..T* rcat receirt to 35OO year can madly Araloo.a. 8> Ji t* .J.n. a 2! r litre....:. .. .,. IS 'r r .
.rit: .1 ... T
I ,. ..,., .. OJactir aBenttelta sex easy vdle. r __ ftiladelp :a. .. :a. tS&
reliable : ; a r I
and 05 : :;:L: -: -
An elegant preparation. Lightning Remedy. The proprietors A. KARPKN ft CO. work; sure par; exclusive WtTttol'). write at {;;"5 Ckattanaogn ,:: I 8 .i At 1/.w bra _I 1 Ooh,_'loos_

25 cents at druggist Prepared only offer but print it In .- -: .... -. .t.wv.Ekalbs once. L.P. WHITE, Piedmont W. Va. Af -'pIria. !MCmpbia .1. ate'U -.. . Y Its' .
this
by Dr. II. Mozlev, Atlanta, Ga. do<< not hide ol6-U P.lao:: buffet Sleepers Ham Sicepcrt Atlanta Ar A..... t lop1 i I I
bold type oo all their circulars, wrappers Jackaonvill tn Cincinnati Chattanooga :sad Chattai Both tralr* carry Poltman -"'itle'

R jaS-tuth&eu printed, matter and through the and cUfant day coaches o Cirtnsuti fay C ."""'CIaaU--.ratoJil.. Inr. ...aJathonvdl.
., EDh'm I to Chatu< loCk ,iJJ. to JesuO\. and J ItarliaD.rR. TIc 6:. ..as. rArn fe w.
Dissolution Partnership.Notice oolumns of your newspapers everywhere tD"'" &. FOR MENINLYJ -<
it will work wonders-one > 1..mo4iode i .t: L71Et&EXCEHS1OI TICKETS ,Wtshiaat.e SheaaadMh Juactioni .

that the firm bottle caring nearly every case. If the _u.t tint do 1Ic& l r.eL08ra: dt4RYVOII.nSBU.ITTI aa1e from May ijt Sep*. 30. Limited t<> Oct. :SI.Sia i and the B. *O. R. A.."oaaaecuiHt with
: is hereby given it be will order it lure the halta or totertm with CIDfI" orpleannra. x9.etie4 TOALL 8U7I5IEU nE OnTI. "Blr &.t. ...a.
has not .1B.dy.adKtad:
..
druggist got W. Pkiabf
EWDJQ & PEACOCK It and tmprxrww safes b rirr.w
heretofore existing as ep relative rata hotel, etc. cheerfvft
.. 01d Yell dormaaon to ,
Interlachen Florida has this or it will be sent any address by pre health' ,cWn. = )and banua> .= bawd, _IAAM.e.Errers f 5 c:= .::...:!.'. .!1.IU nwraked.. Every: lett.r 01 iaqairy a.'Iftftd i. _, _aiL re a foes a 4 2.., .Il-re /lillM.f.r .

mutual, consent, paid express on receipt of price, ?5.Drnmniond o vnnkl br or phiviciaaa aabbdsea5oIto.aDd Hrlturtrrt-T till treamenLdar..d ladies, -.-.-e a,rt tarr5U seas rtuti IPU5aS'la V-r-.p UUsv,MaLt aSea berth eeaeyvauort, run,olden,etc.,ably;; Ie tic kd agents throughout Florida or to
been by lu.
dissolved Medicine Co. 43-50 Maiden PATIENTS TREATED BT MAiL. COHFiOEHTUl.n stns.. : =- e a:'per i FRANK M. OU.Y EHat. PArt-.8 J West flay Street, Astnr Btwa-JttkaoavilV, Fla.
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t ROYAL Fertilizer and Phosphate Company

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AU aoverurit Gala t-ecoine cue pro rata ::10 ,
f '*rr month. fi J*cta)aDd abort time payableOn
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.TO 't.,order or neutered tetter.McKK AC .SONVIl.TT5T F'LA. ;

>ZIE A Bt'KTZ, Publishers. Best Baking Powder I I II

.Box N PiLATKA.,&..oIUDA.gOffi .
Grandest Opportunity of the Nineteenth Century I VVIZ


al Organ otA. County, and .

ttf the .T annn'"'All&af1Uo The Official Government Reports : : -

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POLITICS AND PAFEKS. The United States Government, after elaboratetests The knowledge that you can obtain a Summer Fertilizer "AT

Tpon more than one occasion has reports the ROYAL BAKING POWDER to be of HOME" with an Analysis that is Genuine, made by a Company

Chairman Sparkman, of the State greater leavening strength than any other. (Bul- whose expenditure is guarantee for their Goods.

Democratic Committee expressed his letin ) Large Stock of Potashes, Ammoniates andall Fertilizer Materialon
sense of obligation to the country press, 13, ACe Dep., p. 599.

to whose unwearied exertions in behalf The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show hand. We make Special Brands for Old and Young Trees that

of Democratic supremacy he largely the ROYAL BAKING POWDER highest of all in leavening have been tested throughout the State.
defeat of the Third Partyin
ascribes the .
Florida.It strength. (Bulletin 10,/. 16, Inland Rev. Dtp.) SEND FOR PAMPHLET AND DATA.

is true that the influence of the In practical use, therefore, the ROYAL BAKING

country papers in our State has in the POWDER goes further makes purer and more perfect Little Bros'. Fertilizer and Phosphate, Company,
main been cast upon the right side;

.and there can be no doubt that to their food, than any other.Government. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

i exertions has been due the downfallof
-
Baskin, Mann Ii Co. Chemists Certify : FROM HOLLISTER .

In spite of all this, however, in spiteof ..... ,nrTw.NJItWBtttltlna'Rtltptl I i
the glorious victory achieved, we "The Royal, Baking Powder is composed of pure and Cor. PaUtka Times.
HOLLISTEK FLA.. Nov. 23.
It does not contain either alum or phosphates k
directions the wholesome ingredients. _
believe that it is in other other injurious substances. In your issue of Noy. J4tb, C. II. t tIi tt /
influence of the country paper may ,or Hemenway asks why his bid to work
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most profitably be expended.The "EDWARD G. LOVE, PH.D. the public roads in Dwt. No. 5, for

work which should engage the "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest 81.50 per day was refused,and Geiger't

attention of this State Is not altogether and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. bid for $2 per day accepted. II. F. t .
Flanders, of Nashua, says that it was Ii G tl i t l+
political. It is largely industrial. It HENRY A. MOTT, M.D.,PH.D.% for the reason that the same Commissioners ii,1J, r, '+

is the work of development and bud- "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and high- refused his bid for connecting)

ing up; and in our judgment, the est in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge. the artesian well in the court of house
and yard with the jail, by means pipe,
that does moat to develop '
paper WM. McMuRTWE, PH.Do" and accepted a two per cent higher bid J '
enlarge the community in which it is from M. Griffin & Co.

situated, is the one which deserves Putting the four contracting partieson
of an equal footing! and assuming that
most at the bands its patrons.
Church Sunday
Services at the Baptist
ORANGE :
: QUOTATIONS.NEW
reliable I would
each party is equally ,
It in this direction that THE TIME;
is
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. ask as a tax payer, why are such arbitrary '
most clearly sees the horizon widening YORK, November 22.-The or-
and 730 p. m. Subject for morning: methods permuted to go on?
before it. It is in,this field that an an<*e market is in good shape; brights, .'The Unknown God." Atheists, Agnostics Surely the tax pavers of Putnam t I i >a ai
lib and 200, $2.75 to32') per box;
to be reaped the richest rewards. bright, straight i lines, $2.CO to $2.75; and Infidels, and those who are County have some rights that shouldbe
We do not undervalue the importance large and inferior fruit, $1 75 to $2.2. not quite sure of their belief in God, respected by their Commissioners. i +

of political activity; we implj russets, $2 to $2 35; grape fruit. $2,50) especially invited to the morning service We of have heard a but good on deal the of face talk of
Busy lately economy,
the of industna to $ .2J; string beans, $l.50 to $210 Evening: "Religion in a
necessity
emphasize crate. OLLIVETT BROS Life." Busy men and women, business the abooe reports such "economy" as i+ -
and commercial activity. To develop per men and women, drummers and this is not the kind we want Preach-
Putnam County and Palatka-to make CHICAGO November, 19.-Fancies, tourits especially invited to the evening ing is one thing, action another, and if I have determined to announce to mv friends and customer an OPPORrUNITY -
3.50; brichts, $3 to S3.25; russets, service to hear practical sermon. We the tax payers of Putnam favor"simon h purchase FINE and ELEGANT sI'1TSeketvd from on !J3'-'e
the most of their resources, the- leas; $2.75 to $3. Market firm. Demandand welcome all.REV. pure" econom: thrift, progress and tad varied Hock, and cut to measurement at prices never before attempted by

of their disadvantages-such, in a word, prospects good. Consignments so- J. CLARENCE NEWMAN, general prosper ty, let them commenceat my first-el.s Merchant Ta.lor; in the South. Having determined to great'yt. ''

is the first business of our people, licited. GERAim&ALL. Pastor. the present Jnoment, and mast' up ;ncres e my business this fall, I have concluded to make a SWEEPING RE
our politicians, and of the papers that their minds to fipport men for com DUCTION: TWENTY PER CENT on .11 Goods in my line. Sm:b an
OUR HOLIDAY EDITION. Have You Seen the Comet? missioners who. have the weal of the pportuntty may never occur azain. CC3.1EXD BE CONVINCED
claim them.
Such to represent THE TIMES claims tc THE PALATKA TIMES believes that On Nov. Cth in St., a comet was discovered county at heart rather than that of fav- H.: "W. KLXCKESJbt:
a paper in the heavens, and is said to ontes. : ,
be. Its future depend upon the future our beautiful and well beloved city, be approaching the earth at the rate of Tax payers Putnam County, keep LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY. torrner; Lemon and Third Streets
of the county, and we believe that ic several thousand miles minute. Its this agitation up, and thus purify our
trade edition will be found the and the grand and historic old county per r ALA TKA. FLA.
our earth according affairs that there be
nearest approach to the local so may general -
most effective and elaborate presents of Putnam, should no longer hide their to the course it is (,enuing, will satisfaction experienced from an

tionx> I'alalka's claims to recognitioc light under a bushel, and as a means happen next Sunday. The comet intelligent standpoint.
'jet foimulated. known as Biela'a is billed to appear We want roads bridges and other
--r of giving our business and Professional this month but it is not yet known improvements, built and repaired, but

A FREE FIGHT. men an opportunity to let their light so whether this is it or another happeningby at the tame time the people's mont J. Sf. A. & I. A. A'yTime

The battle of the ballots is over, the shine, that it may be known and read merely coincidence. It is in the should be judiciously expendedand not
issue Constellation Andromeda, and is directly lavished on pets, who cannot do any ,
to
fight for place and preferment has be of all men, we propose on
located over head in the firma better work than their competitorswhu
gun. That it is to be a lively one is December IClb, 1892, a GRAND HOLIDAY ment. It can best be seen by the aid offer their services for a much less sum Table m Effect NOV. 1SJ2.

indicated by the manner in which have EDITION of 15,000 copies. of a telescope, but is visible to the I and consequent saving to the county ?

been *oond d the opening strains of This issue will contain sixteen pages, I naked eye, if one knows just where too I Would the earn! commissioners pureut

the battle royal. printed on fine paper, handsomely.. ate it. It bas created considerable the same methods in their individual ___ _ u __ __
I consternation some weak and offices? We take it for granted that -
The situation is not altogether satis illustrated] with views in Palatka and I among for -sonll.--- [ __ N aT!
I foreboding:, minds, fear of coming they would not. Then why do they STATion.
facto.,.. The Democratic party is yic- Putnam county, and portraits of her I in collision with the earth, bu. I'rof.. impose su,,h an extra tax on the county No.IU. V I 111... n.lio..-! 71. I -- I Nu. 7 :\oa. No .
iITJII .m IMlaDi 1----: .,..JacbonTilio ..:. :. .:: r6 4npm fli scam .
torioui, but it is not every Democrat prominent citizens. It will set forth, Young thinks the ride balls of hunters while at the same time they ale .... .. ...It 3 p pm( v dulun Art .., .. ... .... I IL'IOpmtI :'U.UD
.8t.A..ctiae. ., .. ..
Sung in the same woods are just asllke.y about economy? ... I.v tAr,, tit) l"rmtllmnmtS40ast3sopm
of blating II 3 I
t "who, when the prize have been drawn, in appropriate colors, the advantages : t OO.ml' lnpm .. ........ .
; to collide as it is to ,strike our TAX: PAYER. ..... Ar .. ........ .. : ( t J'tmtllaoamS !
-tlie lottery exhausted,can say the same our section, and presents an unex- lOamf 41epm Ar..EsesFalstka..i..Ar., t n wain tll loam>
i for businessmen pphere. If it does strike, woe to the Groceries of all tT..iDt.ilpD ...... .... '.... :;;;-UJ"DftU amt
of himself. ampled opportunity our collision. Big Bargains in } ratatb-tL

r The place* are many, but the aspirants to obtain a large amount of adver- kinds, at Grainger's. Mpui .. .Ar. Eanctka Ari..i s .,ig -

are innumerable. The vast majority tising at nominal cost. BULLETIN :>o. 7. A Letter of Erplan\tlon. ::j) .{t t 6 5eupm-lips ::::.. ::;, :iii... : Mateo Matsu Junc Arl.Ar!..: _. r s Gs eam am I -
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OFFICE FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE :: <
of place-hunters must be disappointed Please give onr representive a ,l. Ar .dan Staten .1unr At. a.vino

and retire from the unequal courtedus hearing when he calls upon JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 22. I Editor Palatka limes.SMITIIVILLE. FLA. NOV. 19. .1.7..1... ..... .......... ... A A ..... ;;

conlvst'wUh a strain their Democraoy for an advertisement, and we will The following telegrams to hand ...... ......... Ar..Onnond. .. Ar ...... .. t h 4la.l.:
upon you since last issue show how prices amrangine I In reply to a letter of C. II. Ilemen- So. 33. ... ...... Art .......... .. .. t I.vl...... t U rnaa N.. K
which in more than one instance, you an issue which will be a I last issue I will state the ( Daytona. I
promise in '
.win doubtless prove too much for their source of great benefit and pride tour lt. L.: & N. car No. 1500 told $2.25: penon way w your ha offered a bid to oversee the 1 7 7 ?a.. ....... ... f.r. .. Pert Swyrsa.Orange ...". !:::::: :: : ____ _:::: l In si pmS pm
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cd work of the roads
cityand; county. to 275. Oranges green! and showingsome repair public in :: .
JidefitfJo;o party. decay. I' Commissioner's imt. No. 5 at 1.60 .......... ....................,..... ...........Th..rlne .. Tbo road is antler eoltltruo.I
Already are the letters of appeal and Youretaithfuiiy: .Cit Iotnt ton between New
2nd. Auction sale today :averaged per day at a meeting of the Board of I ::::: ::::::. :: :::::::::::::: tl) coa... : ::: ::;sad RockietigeRoekle4e Smyrna
.noomm ndaUon flying about the State. 4 McKENZIE: &; BURTZ. $2.40 per box, quality and demand fair. Commissioners Nov. lat, has been con :::::::::: ::::: : : :::::: I

The would-be political managers are 3rd. Sold five cars today at averagesof victed of larceny in this count; there- Dally. fD By except Smnday. --- -

already ripeniag in the artificial heat The many friends of Mr. J. II. Gn.ve 82.50, $3.00, $2.46, $2.40 and $1 90 fore Commissioner Morgan constdeard ODe ectl os-At JtackuwiTlBe with 8.. r& W. Ry., r.C.Jt P By and Clda Line.
-lasL car contained much decayed fruit. him an unsuitable man to transact At Palatka wttk the O 8.& F.Ry.and J.. T & K. W. R. R.
of misdirected ammbition schemes were pleasantly surprised by,
ner very ;
4th. Market today $2.00 to $3.00. business with. It would have been un- Train No. waits at Palatka for J. T. & K. W. and Florida Southern Trains
destined' to end in failure. and welcomed his presence in the city Demand exceeds the supply. Good lawful to have given him the appoint So. 78 when said Trains are on time.

f The political appointments of this on Thanksgiving day. prospects ahead. !ment. Any further explanation of The Steamer" to leave Sew Pmrma every Monday, Wednesdar and
r tfitate-and there are some worth hay 5th. To-day's sales ranged $2.40 to the subject required, I will take pleasure Friday..t C:JO a. m.for RoekiedRe and iatermediate Uadingt. B trniBir, leave ReekIedae every
Game tif Ball oa Thanksgiving.The $3.3Oaverazet2.79on224boxes.! Tangerines in doing so to the best of my meoday Thursday and Saturday at 6:00a.m.
f ing-win not be so easily disposed of. baseball players here had quitean $S.10 per box. Grape fruit ability. Respectfully, w. L. CRAWFORD, Gen. Sopt. JOSEPH RICIIARDSOV, Gen. PaM. Agt
"The matter will as from tune imme- LEE MORGAN.
interesting game yesterday,on tbgrounds e &3.25. Market stiff.
l -morlal, He well within the grasp of our 6th. Good sale. Oranges sold $1.50,
the railroad
f 'United Stales Senators; and to those near junction to $3.50, average $2.68 on 1TCO boxes. Catarrh Cannot be Cured
The was called, much to the dis $1.25 to I FURNITURE STORE
-who know anything of the political history game Lemons averaged $2.l0,80ld t with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ean- !
i appointment of the spectators, also enthusiastic B3.50. lot reach the seat of the disease.
t of Messrs. Call and Pasco, the 7th. Market firm Car 376 sold $2.50
players by the herculean hit
blood constitutional
Catarrh is a or
r :significance of this fact will require no to 2.85, average $2.65.
. explanation.In of[ George Wertz, which despatched the I The above reports indicate a decided lisease and in order to cure it you INTENDING TO CONTINUE IX MY HUSBAND'S BUSINESS,

ball "out of sight" in the direction of md healthy improvement in markets nust take internal remedies. Hall's
view. of all this, there is reason to will to the People of PaUtka and Putnam County, that they will find at this
I Francis, splintering the bat into a ill round and we feel safe in asking our Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and say
'ifear that the near future is to see no
... thousand pieces. By this time it was patrons for more liberal shipments icts directly on the blood and mucous )I.D RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE a full line of
abatement of the factional hostilities The supply does not equal the demand
too late to procure more sporting ma- Catarrh Cure not a
that have disturbed the serenity of the it any point at present. Choice to fancy lUrfaces. Hall's is
and its usefulness. terial and resume the game before darkrhe ranges command $2.75 to $3.50 according quack medicine. It was prescribed by Chamber Suits
impaired
. :party score stood: Inns,111, Outs, 107BertMontmulhn to sizes. Fair to good selling one of the best physicans in this country -
k It is be but the situation
to
r. regretted, -
captain of the Outs, J2.00; to $2.60. Russets selling $1.50 for and is a regular prescrip-
i is one not to be avoided. Success, $2 75 to size aud years,
to according quality
felt confident of the game with another lon. It is composed of the best tonics
i like all else, must be paid for; and the which he would have had, but general appearance. ;mown. combined with the best blood Lounges Window Shades
"usefulness of the next Legislature and nmng, Tangerines and Manderines are doing purifiers directly on the mucous ,
for the untimely close of the game. well this week and fancy acting
r sthe value to the State of Democratic ally some urfaces. The perfect combination of

,'. tsupremacy can be assured only by the prices have been obtained. We think he two ingredients is what producesuch Bed Springs Mattresses.
, exercise of sound judgment and dis PUTNAM HALL POINTERS. here prices were influenced by the wonderful results in curing ,
cretion. Thanks/iving boom, besides the fruit free.F. .
Correspondence Palatta Time Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
HALL FLA. Nov. 15. was particularly attractive. J. CHENEY &; Co.. Proprietors, PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER.
PUTNAM from fruit still
During the past year $803,000,000 Reports grape are en. Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists,75c. .
Our are enjoying the fine coaragin but we are somewhat -
worth of stamps, money and bonds was people appro.hensive '
issued from the United States bureau weather and, as a rule, are in good of an over supply very lOOn.Steamgbip The attention of real estate owners Hoping to receive the same patronage given my husband, I SHALL GIVE :
John G Christopher, of is called to the holiday edition now being -
tol engraving and printing without the health. the :Merchant's S. S. Line sails for New gotten up by THE TIMES. U you iLL ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION.

floes of a dollar. This shows one of two, Most everybody is grinding cane and York Friday, NQvember 25th, at 8 a. have groves, lands or anything to sell

"things-elther that all the employees and making syrup and having a good m. Rate 30 cents per box. take advantage of this opportunity by s. :E.RR: R, u

of the bureau ot engraving and print- time over it, as usual. The Coming Actor of Florida. securing space at once.
Parties are leasing land all throughthis ALTON> BLOCK ..
PALATBA
honest that the Fh11
ang are entirely or Mr. Thomas Keating, one of ..falatra's .
check system in use there has been section for turpentine purposes. and enterprising citizens E. C. KELLYSIGN
prosperous
UJrougbdown so fine that they could They expect to put up their still in this A Minion Fdeads
few the Old Doctor Drummond
purchased a days ago ,
Dot steal if they wanted to.-Ex. immediate vicinity; if so, business will elegant resident property and furnitureof OF- A friend in need is a friend indeed, After
i of
years patient study and )
improve. Mr. street the and not less than million people ex
Capen, on Dodge one
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The winter schedules over the Atlantic Miss Minnie Caswell, one of ladies Mannville's ,is- price paid was 2000. This is one of The BigCoffee Pot! have found just such a friend in Dr.King's I pertinent has given to the world a preparation _;
Coast lines will into effect on most charming young I
of
. go the most elegant residences the city
January 1, from New York train will here visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. and was purchased by Mr. Keating atagreat g- Full and Complete Line of New Discovery for Consumption which is an absolute and)? :
Padgett.Sid sacrifice for cash. The purchaseadds STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and Coughs, and Colds.-If you have I manent cure for every kind of
ran through to Jacksonville in about Johnson and "Jndlie" Canthen another valuable property to the TINWARE which must be sold. never used this Great Cough Medicine, Usm. Ask your druggist for it. r.j t

two hours' less time than they took have gone to the river country to pack I many that Mr. Keating has purchasedin will pay to inspect this stock,as I keep one trial will convince you that it has Dike is >|5, but it is a large bottle

ttbrmely, owing to a shortening of the !oranges. They are both we understand this city. Mr. Keating has undl- nothing but the best of everything. wonderful curative powers in all will cure you, or the money will be
route sixty-one miles, by the building experts in that line. 2C. miniahed faith in the final outcome of Plumbing,Tinning and Gas Fitting diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. turned. If offered re-
are '
the and likes but condition executed in the most approved style Each bottle is guaranteed to do all thatis you something
city one ,
-** what is called the Wilson cut-off. The Improved Order of Red Menreestablised else direct
only, to make one of the most valuable' promptly and at low prices. [ claimed or money will be refunded. write and we will end you .
Unslead of coming by Wilmington an a Wigwam in this city citizens of Palatka, and that is someone ; Don't forget the place, Sign of the Trial bottles free at Ackerman k Stew. a bottle by Express prefrDrum-

, formerly, the fast trains will pass last Wednesday evening under very upon whom to bestow his rapidly I Big Coffee Pot, Lemon Street,between art's Drug Store Large size 50c mond Medicine Co,(8-

Ofeyette. favorable auspices. increasing wealth. Second and Third. and 11.00. New York. Agents wanted.I'AIL&TKA .

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wasnt a servant in the house; she must Mr. WardwelL There was no turkey, A RURAL THANKSGIVING.

either open the door herself or have her nor was there a pumpkin pie, and consequently
husband do it. or leave it unopened. the bill of fare wouldn't in- "The past rises before me Hie a

She decided to adopt the husband plan. terest you. But the lonely dinner of dream" as Bob Ingersoll said. We arebask

She wouldn't have opened it herself for nearly a week before became a topic of in the good old times before the

the was morally certain that she would mirth and reminded the doctor of about war. in the middle section: of the Wabash .

1iiIc be confronted by some heartless mocker a dozen cf the funniest stories imagi- valley. The glorious, mellow, yellow

who would shriek with laughter over ,late autumnal days have come. In-
her disastrous dinner and she called
so
its
but
dian summer is past, it is true
her husband. That brave with
man a mead-
aroma still lingers on the brown
severe face went to the d.r and openedit varicolored
ows and in the gloriously
and fairly shook with rage and won- three
woods. At least one year in we
der. What manner of refined insult was "
have "late springs and late falls, as the
this?
farmers say, and this is one of the years
Standing before him.smiling as bland- The frost is on the pumpkin but lightly
ly as though they had never grievouslyand If ( W A'
as yet, and the fodder is in the shock
wounded him the ,
wantonly to quick little
though the cattle still browse a
were the mm and women he had invited -
and stalk from
are fattening in the fields
fc to his Thanksgiving dinner! There!
? which the yellow corn has just ngathered.
was the doctor, fairly bubbling over .
with mirth and good humor; and the
"This is the time of year when every-
Wf sweet singer, with a roll of music under thing tastes good the boys say. "Thisis

his arm; and the editor of The Gazette, the season when the game is at its

'r-- UctKHunvS j dI pompous in the knowledge that he, and best" say the hunters. "And this is the

ie .he only, was the author of that sublime I season when our bones hurt as the least
.
'I A \l'lere beond .r wr 189hglt article, "Whither Are We Drifting TOCB WAGES ARE RAISED TWO DOLLARS the old folks say. The milk is cool and

;c r, ,, S s oldc ( ri t'If and their wives were with them and the A WEEK." rich. All the vegetables are at their

other men who had been invited were nable, so that the ladies laughed until best, perfectly ripe,bat not yet witheredTHE
there with their wives! It was evidently
cried. And the musician fairly
a conspiracy to humble and crush and they
himself in singing that touching -
wreck the life .f Theophilns WardwelLFor surpassed

o'er alL a moment he seemed disposed to ballad of his own composition" )'
"When Mary to the Dentist Goes,
slam the door in their faces, but he
which is now of world wide celebrity;
-
ty arrested the motion of his arm. Then it
rf and the professor discoursed so admira-
v MV* rtSitfiJlhBSJBSSS looked as though he would turn loose
I of the foibles and idiosyncrasies of
bly
the simoom of his wrath, but the words
the second Ramesis that he was voted
'.'. yr died on his lips, and he ended by inviting r
who ever
the most interesting speaker! "
them all to walk in, smiling sar-
1 d& enlivened a Thanksgiving party; and
knew that
donically, and "every one
o the editor of The Gazette recited his
had blundered. He led the
some one
ep8 tS famous article with unusual fervor so
j 4I procession into the parlor and then called -
j eie an that some of the ladies wept aain.The : .
f% clots y a' his wife, who joined him in a mazef dinner lasted two hours, and
bewilderment And when the guests
when it was over there was heard a
were all seated, equally stupefied with
ring at the doorbell, and who should j
wonder, Mr. Wardwell faced them and
have done the ringing but the foremanof
said, with magnificent sarcasm:
The Gazette whose doom had been
"Ah! And so you have come in response
pronounced. He had come to call the
to my invitation? I regret to say and '
editor away on important business
that you have come too late to partakeof
it was quite affecting to see that able
my turkey or pie, but you have come
man embrace his subordinate and say:
in time to teach me a valuable lesson.
"Your wages are raised two dollars a
After this, when I want my friends to
week. By one of your blunders you
call New Year's, 111 ask themto t
on me on be r3-
caused Mr. Wardwell's dinner to a
come on Christmas; if I desire to see
misfit, but there never was a nobler
them on the Fourth of July, Ill ask "
dinner than I have had today.
them to visit me on Easter Sunday, and tmSt1BPECTJl1lO OOBBLEJL

when I want a gathering on Thanksgiving by weeks of lying in the cellar. And

1 day I'll specify George Washington's Hard Thinking. the small boy-how be does enjoy this

birthday as the date for the assem I season! These are the days when he

blage. I "slips off at afternoon reuse," gives the

"This is Thursday, ladies and gentlemen. : school house the "cold shake" and harries -

?i Well, last Friday Mrs. Wardwelland to the south wood, there to gatherthe

+ I had a somewhat wholesome repast big green walnuts in piles; poiuds .

prepared for you all, and we waited and the soft hulls off and picks nut the nuts
\ r
waited for your coming until our hearts pausing occasionally to crush one with

ached with disappointment, but we a convenient stone for immediate con-
-- ------- ---- should have been patient,I see; we were sumption. His lips are stained; hk
I
A MISFIT THANKSGIVING. longer, and then if our friends do not the Wardwell borne echo with merriment altogether too hasty. If we had only hands are dyed and dull brown; .he

come well eat all we can and give the time and time again his absenceon waited six days longer, you would have I knows "it will never come off till it

BY WALT balance of this feast to the poor or send this occasion was beyond all human been with us. A trifle like six days : wears off" and that the chances are
MASOXlOoprrtght
it to the heathen. It is a sorrowful old understanding. would have caused us no inconvenience i even that he will get whaled, bat still

,1882, American Press AaeoclrCHAPTER Thanksgiving day for us. We expected Professor Snell, of the university, had whatever, but we were so thoughtless. I he doe it M he did it hut year, and as
by
tloa. a feast of reason and a flow of soul, and been invited as-well and bad remained Mr. Wardwell paused for breath and 1 he will do it again. Wo all did it.

L have only a waste of loneliness and woe away, as had the others. The professor the professor took advantage of the lull 'lYU 4f"ti It is tbe day before Thanksgiving

THE GOYERKOR'S reoccuu rtoN. I don't understand it," made Mr. Wardwell's house almost his to say: glorious, golden, sunshiny and stimulating
I "There is some gross misunderstanding day-and the old farmyard is foil of
"Jim said the editor of The Gazetteto home. It was in the little blue room
overlooking the garden that he made here. You invited us to eat Thanksgiving life. Red Pete, as we call last year's
the blond "here' the
foreman governor's Can- those admirable translations of Horace I dinner with you, and here we gobbler, is strutting about in the glory

Thanksgiving it in ? proclamation. which have astonished the litterateursof I are. But as for me, I did not come to of freshly attained adult gobblerhood,

you"1 run reckon."today two hemispheres. His erudition was a be insulted." / as proud and important as if he were

beautiful element of a Wardwell din- "You are correct in saying that I invited directing the proceedings. He is in a

"All would right be; don't J.llowof anythingthat ner; it furnished a solid background for you to come on Thanksgiving day. Wife-I don't think much of this eeese, though he little imagines the .

more interesting reading the frothy mirth of the doctor, and the Then why, may I ask, didn't you come mince pie, do you? 8-- '''Oarrlot dooms him to bleed to-
.0 And ? Because understand
me Wardwell, why will invite friends languishing songs of the musician, and on Thanksgiving day?" Husband-Not now, but I expect to day," as Pope says, but nut having our

i; some the brilliant sentences of the editor. Why," responded the professor, in a all the rest of the nightThankiglrlng reason be can look on in the happinessof
and I tell
r dinner on Thanksgiving, These gentlemen who have been enu- dazed way, "this is Thanksgiving dayP'Certainly ignorance. The chopping block.

fJOT, James there's no man now living merated had been expected with their it is," chorused the doctor I In India. staked,fast for the convenience of cut-

1 on arrange such a repast as the urbane wives,and several other gentlemen with and the editor, and the musician; "thisis The native servants of India are said I ting kindling, is before his eyes, and just

genial and his accomplished dinners TheophilnaWardwell with- their wives had been expected, and consequently Thursday, Nov. 26." I to be courteous in the extreme and when beyond the ax is on the grindstone, bathe

; beat the are dreams songs of it was no wonder that The- "No one questions that" cried Mr. I they learn of any particular festival little imagines that it all has any reference

wt words; they professional ophilus and Rachel Wardwell were Wardwell, with bitter irony, "and tomorrow I which their masters desire to observe to him; that he is the centra/
and his Thanks-
lotus will eaters be, revelation in plunged in bitt".. "s when they were is Friday the 27th and I have : they always make it a point to offer figure in the coming proceedings. He is

firing! dinner and a in obliged to eat ak. '. excellent reason to believe that the fOl-1 their congratulations, accompanied by lovely in life, and in deatb be will be

ba lOUt turkey." a symphony pump- "I'LL WAIT JTST TE* MINUTES LOUDER." "It is the most humiliating day of my lowing day will be Saturday, the presents of flowers, fruits and sweets divided, the preacher and the poor get-

"1 pie youlLbe there?" "It's horridly, shamefully awful," life," said Mr. WardwelL "I can only in fact, I shouldn't be surprised if Sun I tastefully arranged in fantastic baskets. ting their share.

"If s'pose I'm iffi be because this moaned Mrs. WardwelL "111 never think of one thing for which I shouldbe day turned out to be the 29th. But how They know all about Christmas and The wife and mother takes stock of

not lies silent poor in, smile again." thankful and that is that my busi- do you make out that this is Thanksgiving I New Year but it was the United States docks and chickens, but talks of the social

lisping stammering tongue Here is The Gazette with consul Calcutta who first enlightened feature Will the boys get home
at
fie lie always invites the same "I wish you would never groan again. ness does" not take me out of the house.I day I
grave.and I of them. When Things are bad enough without your would be ashamed to look a Luman the governor's proclamation in cold type them regarding Thanksgiving. Thereafter from Atbory university? They will for
people, am one I and it reads 'Nov. 20.' Does the the diplomat and his successors as the pondnlix," as college boys in
reads the governor's proclamation he lamentations. Let us fall to; let us be being in the (scoff I had to go on the govern-
M I or's proclamation count for anything, well have been appropriately honoredon those days called the remittance, was
till sit down aDd write invitations to I as grateful as we may under the circum street Crying won't do any good,
is it merely a vain the "Yankee holiday." sent in time, and even now the younger
Is chosen friends, and the chosen stances. The time is up Rachel-'weep no more, my lady, weepno or ceremonyanempty
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friends.will look forward to the day with And BO that sorrowful pair sat downin more today.' Give the servants in- formality brother has gone to the country depot to

gloomy grandeur and ate as best they structions to dispose of these viands in Before any one could speak a hollow Ob. What a Different In the Horning fetch them home in the old farm wayou.

bnging."Do want to read the proof when ooaU, but it was a mirthless banquetand any way they choose, and then let us try groan was heard. It came in all its Thanksgiving morning-the light breakfast -
his you soon over. to forget this appalling occasion." intensity from the lips of the editor of is soon dispatched, for that is a
is in
typer'
t TMabseDceof Mr. Ward well's friendswas And Mr. Wardwell went bravely to The Gazette. He was reclining upon small affair on each a day. There is a

the most inexplicable thing in the his library and endeavored to bury his lounge, breathing with difficulty. The i general brushing up, and all are off to

I world lIe was renowned as the most sorrow by studying "quaint and curious doctor rushed to his rescue with a case the country church. The preacher and

graceful of hosts; his dinners were volumes of forgotten lore." of surgical instruments, but the editor his wife return with the family, and

poem; his wife was charming; his home waved him away and moaned: about 1 o'clock the great....** of the

was a marvel of comfort and conven CHAPTER IH. "Oh, what a misfortune! A malison day is on.

(enoe. When,the governor's proclamation THE ooanso or THE OCESTS. upon that bilious, blear eyed foremanof All are there the two boys from

appeared in The Gazette, announcingthat For several days following that mem- mine To think that all this should college, the hired man and one or two

the 20th of November would be observed = orable fiasco of a dinner Mr. Wardwellled come of allowing him to read a proof! cousins, the oldest girl of t family and

as Thanksgiving day. Mr. Ward- the life of a recluse. He was a regu- Mr. Wardwell, and all of you," he said I the rosy cheeked farmer she auuried a

well after doe consultation with his lar contributor to a great magazine,and rising to his feet, "we are the victims of year or so before. Th baby it laid on

wife, wrote beautifully worded lettersto I his articles all treated of travels in for a scrawny printer whom I intrusted r the bed in the nearest ram aid there is

.. his friends asking; them to take dinner eign and unheard of countries. The fact with the governor's proclamation and always at least one little girl so fond of

with him on the eventful day-to that his descriptions of the manners and the reading of the proof. He placed the children that she volunteers to watch

use his own modest words, "Join me ina customs of the Hindoos and Bedouins figures '20 where '26 should have been. him. The happy group fa seated the

Thanksgiving lunch in my home." and Malaya were singularly true to life Mr. Wardwell made all the preparations preacher has his devotional say and actual -

fit//( \1 That able man, the editor of The Ga is all the more remarkable because he on the 20th, and we, who probably business begins. Rad- Pete shines

2Ltr ; zette, was invited. Who has not heardof I had never been away from his native never read proclamation, arrangedto He-Do remember ever skatingon once more, in culinary beauty this time,

." the editor of The Gazette He it was village, and a month or two after the visit him on the 26th. I can only say Thanksgiving you day? bat it is positively Ida last appearance on

"DO TOO WANT TO HEAD TEE: PROOF?"" who wrote the stirring article entitled I I date of this story he received a personal that as the editor of The Gazette I will She-No, indeed. I haven't had a these shores. And then the long afternoon -

"I guess not, Jim; look it over your "Whither Are We Drifting?" which cre- letter from the editor of the magazine discharge the printer without a recom- skate on for a long time. of social chat and innocent merri-

self." ated consternation from ocean to ocean complimenting him upon his realistic mendation, and that as a man who has He-I wish I could say the same thing.I ment, and the evening m which the

And it was by this delegation of one and placed the writer upon the pinnacleof description of the burning and eating ofa blood in his veins 111 either punch hia had one on only last night young people take possession of the

of his important functions to a subordinate fame at he early age of forty. It European traveler by a cannibal. He head or perish in the attempt"When house! Such was Thanksgiving in the

that the editor of The Gazette filled was customary with Mr. Johns, the editor wrote this story during the sad days following the editor's explanation was Thanksgiving GI... Joy and Comfort. good old times, such for die most part

(be home with woe and created the to repeat the famous editorial from the wrecked dinner. concluded: there was an era of silence. Some beautiful thoughts regarding it still is, and such may it long continue

Jbaos which made this narrative possible. memory at dinner parties, and in his reply Then Mr. Wardwell turned to his wife Thanksgiving are embodied in the following to be. Yioo. j
to Mr. Wardwell's invitation he had with a ghastly smile and said:

: CHAPTER' IL explicitly stated that he would deliver it, "Rachel is there anything to eat in paragraph published by Harper'sBazar B.fon the DI_.... f
"When the heart
word for word,as it was originallywrit the house some time ago: .) I
lULL DESERTED.The :
A BAJfQCXT is sorest grief the bitterest loss the
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I stateliest turkey that ever Inhaled ten immediately after the dinner. "Scarcely a thing. most extreme the giving of thanks bringsa II I

the pure air of freedom was ready Mr. Stiver, the musician had also .... "Ladies and gentlemen, will you && relief to the spirit like that of rain to
been invited. You all know about the of I
The noblest I slat me in devouring such remnants
the .
of hungry.
Iff the teeth the thirsty earth. To give thanks to
Illustrious Mr. Stiver, who composed so groceries as Mrs. Wardwell can consolidate
vine under
pumpkin that ever grew oa heaven that we have had the lost to
delightful and them so into dinner?"
had been many songs sang a
smiling eon re- that since love
benevolently love they are ours, we
.
"
Irresistibly to enchanted audiences. His "Mr. Wardwell, said the doctor with
tuned and was also ready for
to pies them still and we cannot love what is
and the board fairly picture 'wa printed in the local papers, emotion "a bowl of water, with a crust
fee famished not to give thanks that they ever existed -
;
ind it is altogether unreasonable to would be feast in home.
of
other sundries which sap- bread a your
the
groaned wtth' that we knew them and had to do
pose that you have not seen It. Whenever The flow of intellect, sir-the flow of
thoroughly r
oocstituto a appropriate with them, that we had pride and joy in
but the host the Mr. Stiver ate dinner at Mr. WardtreU' reason, as it were, Mr. Wardwell-the
dinner ,
Thanksgiving them-to do this is to put ourselves into ,
he invariably rendered several of intercourse of kindred minds-atone for
the designer
master of all the splendor, such close connection and conversation
M +/
not tea most charming selections, and he all deficiencies in the material -erin
ef the elaborate feast was happy. with the all giving power as to receive a
bad written'Theophilns that nothing short Mr. Wardwell anything will do
in the heart of ,
There sorrow almost the old.
was new joy as precious as
ihort of an epidemic would keep him for dinner and well be doubly thankful -
Sorrow and a ,
rheophilns WardwelL "WE ARE Tm VJC'D 01' A SCttAWST It is like the breaking of sacramental
away on Thanksgiving day. today that the slight cloud which
had absolute control FRLNTZL"MrLWardwellwastnoonsolable.
anxiety and wonder bread still with the beloved; it is sharing
!
Dr. Shadley had also received an in- darkened the horizon we came in
as
wife Poor
was weeping
of him and his i with heaven still their possession.It }
ritation, and had answered that he baa to the sunshine of-er -
find relief given place
fax the shadows and the dining room woman, she couldnt by writing is lifting the whole being to the spir-
would do himself the honor to be at tl 9 sunshine Mr. WardwelL"
to the
was filled with gloom. The dinner articles about people she had never itual plane where the beloved are. It is

toor. had passed and the invited guests appointed plaee promptly adding face- heard of, and she began to grow pale without lt.wi knowing Major Pikestaff (at the Thanksgiving

La not arrived. The remorseless clock iously that his appetite would be concealed and was filled with a nervous horror of CHAPTER IV. it, saying Thy will be done. It is entering reunion Well, my little man, do you
The
Ca the wall kept measuring- off seconds about his person. doctor meeting anybody,and she imagined that TEX Dtsxra. into the close intimacy of that know what you have to be thankful fort.

*Wx Inexorable regularity and still vas the most interesting and amusing she was the laughing stock of the town. They do say that there never was such power dark with excessive brightness. The Little Han-Yea, indeed air. Bam

I den came no ring at the doorbell."Rachel. dory teller in the civilized listen world.to of Itiras Nearly a week had elapsed, and her a Thanksgiving dinner in all the country It makes heavenly joys real and all but thankful thai there is some Jamaica,.

." said 2fi. Wardwell to his quite impossible to convulsed one sorrvw was as heavy if not so hysteria as the one enjoyed by the guests of renews and revivifies the eartaly." riazer in the house.

afcWag wife, TQ wait jut+minutes Ids anecdotes without being a* ever, when one day there was an en- l SI
with and since he had made ,
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FEDERAL POINT NOTES. I A 'V ICE' FROM POMONA.Cormvovdence t WILLIAM NEILL-CREAM FRANCIS NOTES.: A CARD FROM MR B. B. DANCYFaUtka -

poodeBoe falatta Tiawa. I .PilaU-Timet. !i He Fay the IVnaltr of 111* 'order OB I I Correepoodenee l'atatr.T.II. r'GGerman : EdItor TtEie.OL4.tE >.

FEDERAL .". o"mber 21. I'OMOSA, l LA., Nov. 22. I the Callow In London. FRANCIS, November 21. : MILLS. ILL, Nov 15.

Hudeul bu stalwl I innice a |>iiciU8 in your last LOXDOS, Nov. 16.-Thomas Nell, I I will give your readers a few I 99 I Inching; to wt rayon :If right with tht
local eorr*
Every I issue of a "Trade Edition" you pro- I' otherwise known as Cream, the murderer of what we are doing out here. Itt-IMI t? 'X pnrrr and! foimer road, workers]

that rausfes an- coloring up and are of of Matilda Clover and several : \%' -l.!I ,ts tot hint joe ne. to be the Syrup who *<. l\ ..1 .
pooe pnutmg in I.-mbcr, treating ms -i 'terout m:nt mv : ,.tonI.

betag picked for market And that I.I the ri-M'uice. of Putnam County. I j other girls, paid the penalty of his crimes topic of the da> Sne.s I will branch off II. i" t It.! U. n. B< art .t' t "UDtt ",mmiS

statement w a fact, and more than am srlad you have bit upon such a at 9 a. m.Notwithstanding. on that first. MesiH. Rtdfeh .t Son We are six. in fora- 'iOIIl : n, the Dumber .,( $evtflv4lX,

that the Southern trju-jM, 'nlion lines m@.ure, ai.d I think every citizen who I were issued directing the that fact the that execution orders are ytlin the ben cut' in* box.; they I A Farmer at ily.Ve t live in a r.'(]in \\i: >; my a i'i"| :mtueni asveietr road

have lately held' nif-ting in New desire to see the advantages of our should be ale working about ,50 hainls. )(r. J I. place where we are > !t.>r I i..1. X' ., t*>p: u .iedjn
strictly private a reM taI Edom Texas.
York a d "fixed the freiln rate entirely section mad known to the people of live of the Associated Press rt'accorded I Kedish wa- ,fly M-\MH, ; la\s- laM week I subject t"11 '1ent <> 4; i i ird; b1111' lion. t mml-

to their eatif cuoi.i We ,.re- this Union euouU give the enterprise a I permission to enter Newgate wa prison !helping tvo viiiu'out !ii, C.m.linihns; I Says: Colds a.I 1 Lung sioiieW ).(. 15ow in.> I .nk *:; -c
.uee that that is aIM) n i 11'1.i \\ e have hearty: support. There are a few pro- where Neil had been confined since his i Iiouk i n[' a locution to I I... known ItI'I Trouble! I have 'ur valu: dle111 I. nligh' o tern
i' ,
no reMun in the world t 10 dicpuie it, gret' ivc ones yet in our county who I conviction.The I| M">srs. l.tdgrti i vVi.liam-A: Co. They used German Syrup fir ? Coin: yc.h its i t\'lll Ih' trel\lnh'ul Illl rp, i.e.
Throat
but we don't know what will wUifytheut. haw a public fpuit, an<< are Dot willing authority to hang Neilwas band I j hae lead t"oui 10HN( > acres of well I successfully for Sore Ct.IH'd.! ::1- nell a* 11\ t i 'I. aci-ii-
over by the high sheriff of the I I Cold Honr ser.pss, Pains; in the
They will! bring .1 lt. rrel of flour should remain undeveloped. ; county timbered ant! on the MlniMTi :f.1II. ,. law, aii'l I he rcqiio-n.t! "I! he o I 1 1I I-

our resources led London to Hangman BilHngton. in Chtst and Lung., and spi't'tipup !
: I through tin ,
from New York to }'ed- a din I th-. near futurt-' will i publicr. tor I i. t
or potatoes Putnam County surely is able with the legal form. At tl rjve with of Blood. I have tried many di rlor- 1\ IiI\ .'r-'ll'hHI.

era ft>ihl for thir.y-lm Cents, and ( I three minutes to 9 o'clock Billin(ton. uvocir; > I..ad.fh; ""Ito111 t< nit lx>xrc !I in '
to cope with au) county similarly ; ent kinds of cough Syrup my'tirm. Kim.n The petition >'', "I'' t.1\ "9i

charge eight) l't'nltlor I a bair-1 1 of located. with*88 many tranportatienfaciiiue I' accompanied the pinioning by an material.assistant entered who carried the '! onai.l ..i.i.l. Mr. li 1) Unwell ex. :I ., hut let me viy toan\ ,>m- w.mtingsuch and. ;roadxi.rner* tin-, m.n tnViw-u.iin
cts lo
;p' riiii.nifii T m h.n! '
;a 11m.
orange* from JackMimii-] New with as good a soil, and that cell of the coademm uuui. wher If hug tlOXi'H J ]-tf. cut-I i i a mod -:'i<.-Gtr-n: .11 Snip t :'':tt ULe, at an : wht! eal' k_ .

York. 1 Ihe wnl to encourage I found the prison chaplain ministering to I is the best. Tun has Kumy t-x- you.
presume > too as favorable to the producing of ; It (*. m- a. II :a 1ld! \\ ,n i.H. truck I: ;
the Florida onti:e indtulry"We NeiL Without a moment's delay, the I th(' La ind "(' rlowe'v i ." :,1 perience. If you ne it orce, you :\1tt'rtiroJ: 11tllut f i t .Je!
Flori a's chief production-oranges, hangman, while coarteooftly asking the mornings a !J.i.l\. ::* M ,!nie U'l! \ \ 'h!), ('h.o ofvi
also notice another ;:>CL of encouraremem : IHI I vsek 'at- li.til ice..MI lieie. will; go back to it v.'Kv< r you ihf .
I)! .ml
the
road 1
nothing of the thousand and one permission of condemned man. t t lor t n\ | ;r |I.,
to say Jev. \il. "H'\v.. I1"|i' .,, .,. .I ,111 IlIltl., need it. It give total rd.f I in( is j '
N
and {L | ,
by our w<>ndrrlnl railroad sys dormant deftly rapidly pinioned him pa.- ;iQaml.'il| -.ii.i,' '-t tot II" o ..
tem. They hold their i,ud at high other advantages u iw only ing a broad belt around his waist t'MiDi 1 .; M-ttno'i t .ni I l licrc 3. -U Ill.\ I a quick cure. My advice to everyone | man mm-. ,f. who -.1\\\ \ I a ill d.. tI j !

slumbering to oe awakened by effort and securing his elbows with two straps The IVeraoi-ratir vict rmu-t hc good i suffering with Lung TroublesisTry can f.)! >ou.Thmi .

price, and offer no inducements for and enterprise when once her citizens -i tightly drawn back and fastened to a as prices have more ised "n -fvcrnlIprodurti I it. You will soon be con My bid I put i at R aI>

immigration whatever, either in reduced belt behind. The straps were placed *. Turoenune alone i iM worth thoagtt! w..ul l he .
,
arise to the situation. We wantto vinced. In all the families where : ;11-1 ; MI) it .w- axpat
rate of travel or cheap lan<. around the wrists and connected with i over 2 cents more tlldl1110111 ii was ten 'r ;.1101! :tt the same : HIM, wmj cuke
throw wide open our gates, to unbar the body belt in front. This rendered I days ago. A cluin;i- i t.. imcssary anti your German Syrup
We them to be entirely satisfactory John nit a IIV.MU' while -i\i-I oi> I un; V,
suppose Neil his is used have
of
our doors, to repeal some of our absolutely incapable moving I I what WI' ncedtd.Oranges we no w h vl 1. Ilan
.mi out .1 1 n: $1.tit i ,
with tbeowelves. Why not arms or harA The condemned man are ripeniin vi <-\ fust. Mr. trouble with the p uuy
obnoxious and unscrupulous laws, to : I Ii I I. anti 1 .
Franklin presumr m.'i ( mt t ads
charge one dollar a box uu oranges acd did not utter a word during the pro Wiggin Strange xhippul a }lot of eveial Lungs at all. It IS ,
here a I II han(! *, \ 'i I '
show our Northern capitalists is cess, which lasted barely a minute. i by jour M-J.-I.! of i ii I: 1)-
boxes of
twenty-five cents a mile travel fares, remunerative field for their invest The procession to the gallows was next last week.veiy Who line will miiin'rto be ( Europe the I the medicine for this Jones. I (-'-1- lnu.s I.f the lina-.i 1 ."ft thr Lay

And kill us out and themselves at once, formed. It was headed by the chief IIcXIlo try countryG. ft <>f Ntivcuber, wlu ;a'd J.i I bas

and aU to this death meats, and to invite them to come and warder who was followed bv the .chap experiment? Mr. Slran-je has: one of G. GREEX. Sale Man'frWoodbiii7.ZJ. I ;!i\tMi the appoiinu i i.1) a i I",. axpa -
not subject us by : the
best
partake of the easy facilities in reach, lain, who. as he walked read the burial tiuiled -1lI"Uill tln section. wr at $t{ per tli\ \\ i 1 sonBtwr.l .. ,(he

inches, and all die happy? If any rail- and then con we exoect new business service of the church of England. Neil I The C"IIDtyCommi..iolt.rs seem ---- i.i tU..I\ 'uiri -4onti', i as,

load ether came next on each side by the very slow in looking atu r the roads in tell .
or transportation company guarded me wtiy thi wa.o : .ne wti. ". ite
life instilled into our now lethargic warders. lie walked this see idu., Some of them heed working
firmly. A deadly advert ..i i for ( :
has ever done aiiihiu to encourage I i in.o-u hlll1 n I iliern- and be.gave
movements. pallor overspread his features, but his very had.
,
thr
In- li
o.dcr'J
i'>n to
|leti ghest-
the Industrie'; of Florida in any way \Ve believe by the plan have face showed no other trace of emotion. Miss"Uwel! of VaMo-.ta.Ga.! ipeiulini ;. 1 hllVc
you -"ITed> mv toUJiU, ID i-Ti. 't ,a
only to construct their ru.ids and ships I Close behind the prisoner w.. ; onut time with her brother,
hit upon to scatter broadcast 15,000 PU'ilIhal. a man ,-.11I -.. Ye uoiti.( n 'I;ht]
to run here and obb.f' the profits of hangman. As the procean; f Mr. K. D. llowell. of ihi- |.!!.ue.ULjar : law .
''\
: 'fling pn .1 IOS unu haYt
of "Trade Edition" the town
copies your through corridor ) boilini: *. anin resnow..
the fanueiH has pnt been a r tesuit nt ol n tin-' I'uu fOT
corrv-spoudent
:
,
your fold the tolling of the ; James
throughout these United States pa uSL Mr. Ca uvu'I >\ mio be ol'wl-
which has ". ll.in\-li\f: }t'aoaud: I ki't'" win ev.\ ro&t
never bran! of it; and Hay these Sepulchre n : >U6 for
them in thi 111.i hborhnotJ.
and Canada, with a proper description last moments of oo many Prim n;; r quarters tin- .li-iricl ;'cit! cti\, (U "u' t ountNlFath.
same railroad- are lunnnu their train More next time. .(. I. U.DKU .
I. of our resources and the sounded through the prison. .'; acted up if> in.' ..wtli l cm::

through mile and mile of t unbroken I advantages within the grasp of the On arriving at the lICaff:11: "V >"KK>NK--s, or ()>* 1.I'l uf HA KIT in ini iinttei 1 wrouid ..kethrm X

forest that 111t..t n iLcMielves; that' cap which had been pre I plain. 1 alto *i c aimih., 1 COM i':1)' U
seeker a class of people can be induced Cored at Home In Ten ""> )>r Adiuiiii-
pay. them nothing, and are continually upon the head of the conitrnr., : your iHftii of tin11 I I h ini.mu Tdiffrrt lh.

on the giumbie thai I he roads do to make investments here that was pulled down over his 'y terlng Ur. llalnen' (.<.ot.! n -|. ltl(. IU-M to the :: .\ pue.': ."* -l C.t-I

DOt pay! Wi; they don't deserve to will send new life-blood through every Billington then guided Iv.rr: It ran:! IT i -cti in a :1..-.. (1f beer, a i "ITSTANDT' T T TH H1 HRO n nmit! Iii t i-i t in 11tl'.'- I sup Lhl-i

par, and it would be n blcs-ing if everyone business artery, and an impetus be which trapdoorsboneath'thecve the wit h *h D cup of coffee IIr tea, 01 in (....I I, wuln.ut is i.- "i-.M'ij.. a* I i., Itl'' tttit

of them were forced into bank- I lent to our laws of trade that will give dangling. rope The, whi .a : r"IV the know''. 'It' n tj.e! |I' .1'111.( It i i. ab- wa't N: v ,rd: of out i''"It eDt I I': i> o|

xupicjr and their roads placed in the labor the homes (l'ou i umnu outrn.
to unemployed, more down so that it c >r-j K: JOltltfly !h ir-'c-.s.,' ainl u.,' etYt c' a
hands of men who have the interests to the renters and vale and hillside I r Reaped!
every dering it iinpossibl r "No i) t CALIGRAPH.
of the Mali: at boar*. M.tlieient to act made to team with verdure and final preparation fcr .;atb. perm'II"t: ," I "p" t ::1."p!. whethei! I The K. Bill'' Y

I&T the best intercut of the roads. beauty.You. This took but a few,: tmnp the imlieni I i-* .1 IH.M'I| 'irc'" .''linker, 01 an I

It uacd to be BUied that all a man shall have our aid in your noble legs were pinion J wv' i n alcoholic' ur t x. I li n I Ii i nt i II, .riven in'hon.iiuK ,' . I
lad to do i.i )Florida) io lich was to fastened below tile ten av ] ol t .Id IKI PK''TFrr: f.\ i I the '' !'M One Dollar WeekiJilts.
get enterprise, for we believe some good was ( d-l.t. ; ; pi c\ery mtift I ttti.t ,' tu U..0 .\ l:I I P ;
dig sorni ho'8 in the ground, plant. out may accrue to you as the propagators dropped over his h -tJ: nm,' w : < ta i |.cri! ct, cure, da; l II "wvd. It MAl.IIt-.I..I., I I .I.Utt'I'1iIII"'j t t :

a few orange tree, and then' sit dowu of the scheme, that our grand old historic around his neck. Th' nn-r nt-ver *.t.. The *.\ -t I. m once. impreir- I cit STKI SI.I!("'111\). .mil,:,inl.:'ii"..i.n\._ Ut.l I I LI i V'.il.lTY.I; t a Ljood (Gt'l J | U i !h h.u. ( i ulj.i.
quietly wn the (shade and! lake in the was fixed behind i .: (t>t d i 'in-: *-\-.i.: Our I'd" Iiare sac
county will reap ten-fold in her nit: w < i "I'|'" I d', it 'u comes SuiM| >r :.\\.Fol| I IMNOl..i t no -. *' !leHt
'ea h. bat I believe that the ideas of the general advancement. Let us prove other second the exc" 111 'a utter im!>o"i'.iiit\n'. j fi.r the :iKjuor apj alii>'. Atnl '.rant, .tttr.--t n ,m vii MI' I..-\, Key wanaiited fur _'n \ i 1-11 I

people have undergone a change in faith by pace to the rear. pfd t : tite to e\jM. rures' .Mimanieed.: : 4S I It-Mr.i ; epantt" k-v h.r our our Sill I I T. AM iKtrr* interchanue.tl.if an.l I liear- |
that respect and it has been discovered works.READER.. the trap felL Neils bcrfy page hook ol !tiarti'-iilai t ICajeor "'. Address I ;\uirsT.viii.i.; .. I set. l IAltv.III' < ..ni I n. toi7' Ef7ai|

that an orange grove, to be a sueas' feet into the pit. I j Thi! Mwlinw iIT.. r.ant| m> m !l's "Re.'ord" to anK"! 0 wau-h. T, *ec'ir, agent]
"
Bilh'ngton and the other pc orLibel, bat upon it* iNTRINSIC 'OSOTUalorw.
labor and where we have t,tl'tt'n St ..
requires great care, CONSUMPTION CURED. the execution in one tlihe
:
concur
much that the saw Cook Stores bake Prx and CrRiiIar Ilunilnir Case Vk'u'.jhea'. ft' i th
expense; H<> profits are '. ; es on application. :
An old physician retired from that death was instantaneous.
prac-
materially lessen d from the od! ideas, convulsive twitchings of the Machines sold on in taIm!: nt*. ('!U'I' |'rn&JH.. anti s> nd C. t D.

and eaD Hot tand the nigh freight tariff tice, having had placed in his hands by were of the luck and limbs, which Listed muscles I\\better I last longer, and give J.IJ.IH, Aswii, esprewith pnviif.'i .if exam.aatiolhetorr

that to Wing charged; but the transportation I an East India missionary the formula a few seconds and then the body hung I Patetka Fav paving: for -.in,.

lines fail to look an inch beyond I of a similar vegetable remedy for the motionless. Just prior to the cap being better satisfaction than any Our airent at iMnh: on. N. C. w'l1c'

their nose, and iuiitead of trying' speedy and permanent cure .of Con drawn over hU face, Neil thanked the "(air |. a.erno! have i i.-- i tYien' tniL

to build up the country b} cheap rates, sumption Bronchitis,Catarrh, Asthma prison officiate for their kindness. other make, at how >'Mi in furnish at h a rk f
wkh largely increased f rei{hu, 4thei and all Throat and Lung Affections, R. DU1\ N BE A MANAPOLLO Our Aircnt at H"ith: Sprin'-I.: So C
/ S.
are kUUn what little there is. also a positive and radical cure for Nervous MARGARET MATHER'S MAR A>jE writt" :

Do DOt misunderstand us. We are I Debility and all Nervous Com- Fler Seeond Venture la with the S a if WAS A PERFECT MAK.P151ST "Your wottber ut.- .it Thc"'nn

not opposed to lailroadu, but we do plaints, after having tested us wonderful HI FMMIHUTextESS., III WMI who KOC the taut w.tutti ...at \< .aatn
a Wealthy Brewer. For Sale Kent. $aa&iMIa.w:10.) u" on,t.IV ..tW soil prid-.I a JewelvrV *.-At'.n.' ****
or JI
protest against :hc mismanagement curative powers in thousands of _. .' w.t. -t'Jl were to. n.-rUun, 5.irOur ; -. Lu.lVliJlVT tY. .,

and entirely unwise policy .f the present cases, has felt U his duty to make it SAN FR.vsasoo, Nor. 16. MM t-t",I vnOJ.sI 1rA\II na 5.n nI. ,stases..,.. at Iennn"- T, .
:a.'cnt
t ,
manage aunt ol our Honda roads known to his suffering fellows. Actuated garet Math the actress w: rr THE S.\H 1 \TOGA FTorKL.: I'ALATKA. I. .-. iU'ftrj {.::;;:i QUL \ of th. v ,t i,. ant. 'I. W'Jitrulllr..I.t

and transportation steamer*. by this motive and a desire to on the occasion of her last v Fl.oiiitrplU : \. I <<.". '1 fr'" .': X. ]1 3 ..lth..llt'.III1UI'I'' a. '. ve _alii'.,
Our altrution ha hecti raTed to the relieve human suffering, I will send i A" ; l'r r. Y.u" .'. W.iItI Ito. 0 'itoa& tat,
cago to Gustav Pabst, eon of a > 1-01'I [L \R HOI>K: >< ) WKLI. AM> .- I ." ( n .!<.. [ .n .Met&l One ... d reitd''i;
fiction of our Hotud of < ountv CbmmiMioaer free of charge, to all who desire it. .. Woor' o'"h 'ro. .. :: < jteaeh W'tllted
ionaire brewer of Milwauk-2 Tu. 1 h"t'r..II kn. nt'i tin- t..lll1-t and travelIng I-
*. who. have aw.trj.-dthe road this recipe, in German French or Eng- pulrtic. offered for lule; or it can be leased !1 r..JT.&byprl. 't/'L". I ,!"r. : 4r' : ilia,'. Writ.t.r rti U .1?!.

contncift to some partiefor 82 pj I lish, with full directions lor preparingand marriage has been publicly: aclcnrwv: a* it now stands, aafnraifthed. I) n. ;(, : vIAL: r -lAs.LI MI-IKE WATCH .0.. ?(rw TUSK

day. when lit hi'" li.td put in bids using. Sent by mail by addressing edged in San FrancUc '. The even owner ttr.'n, mieht_ ..r fnrtiixb tint i .ittandinir.in'.." :.-! u FnrnrntTP.or satml L'-. c55; ; th., ; ;"'. den'S-ti .

for leM money.Ve suppose that our with stamp, naming this paper. No one here knew aj'v t..r I..T. ( ic.l..I.I /1(, ,11_ -- -
j. 'Ko."C/I'OI..YCril'J( .1tr.-&o
matter s* the lice r ci "i. .'J! 11..11.1, ti-nv.' .\]'\\\j\ to THESUNDATT -
County 'omiiiiMioner are fully aware W. A. NoTi.8, 820 rower Wvck, if' 1 'a. ,...aDdc
made bat wh3 4.1' t i-t- \ElX.1 : : ) ..
of the clitTYrcnc.' between a fifty cent RotJttt, :c. r. sent to public Milwaukee abc ni i ..,.1 0t1-" t tk.i. Ii... -!-:- -, r ;- .t'nt.' wtt, .n :" .' =

man and n two dollar one, and proposeto Ladies are Unfortunate, marriage, the reply w\ _. ...1 tint: -- -- -- Ct- :'J:1V"j; ; :;
ihe .i: 11'1 .p\'ILI.I : : .
expend county money to the Pabst's father had confirmed the .t-; : .D S v. *tiSt ir izU SUN
!
best adV Jlltt: .'l' ; hut w.- know one thing because the higher they rise in society young 5(1 : ; : '$.&: :, ,, f
rumor.It b5. "'11 01 u 554 cr lK ._B..i; .' '.OJ.45,5
bout these road troubles. The the find themselves Hipin r\ r' (""l 1' .
weaker
parties they bodily. was on the 3d of July last that S liii; & : Works ERoMEtICALCO.l. r. ftAY
;
"r.1.
'J I
who make the most trouble { L'jCllf! ;
over our Rislej's rhtlotoken controls the nerves Miss Mather received her decree of divorce : : I V .'J U.I .
r&kdt are the ones who will do the from Ernest Ilaberkorn, the leader I C.'t ItRATTY'M tRoNietr. $2.00 A Year.
least to build them up and we are' aids nature in her various functions. of the orchestra at the Duqnesne i 3C Newn.tn St.. l..t. Ka> and.! F"l"'Iyth. I ) I' B \.(;.\ ::. or pRfI.l -

fafly atisn'ed that the work done on and thus combats with the many fills of theater in &.. and the marriagemust ,r'. Cat loglit. ..d.lr"ANBt.F. KKATTV: .

oar road last season was better done womankind successfully. If your have taken place shortly after j ONLY 1'LACG OF THE KIM IX FURIDA. Wa..i,.... Ni w .tern.ey. CO'iT1"16! WORE: RK S.I.'o 'MJrn&

than anything we ever bad before, ant druggist has not got it he will order it ward. i
as it's roads we want, not Miss Mather called Chicago her placeof THAN ANY PATH I: "'"II/.I-UII
this district will politics or I for you for $1 a bottle, from Chas. F. residence as her mother and brother .lirtt'an.l <,flit-' Wi-.ir.if I-MT) los4Tiiitiun IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PUTNAM t
.
Rae, no doubt deem Cleaned I>>. IN A'ft.HI'' V.
the Risley wholesale druggist 02 CortlandSt. live here. She was married Jo Ilaber -V-'arti.' ipiidin tv I
present overseers as competent to ; Rood ipress, nay COUNTY STATE OF
'
korn in October 1887 but this marriagedoes charged <>i.t "'.). Address THE S'
act this year as they were la L J. F. ., New York. Send for a descriptive
not seem to have been a particularly H. BALLOU, Prof rietor. FLORIDA.-Ix CHAKCERT. oc-2L_ NEW IttJe
with directions and
pamphlet, cer- happy one. Miss Mather chargedher jyl-tf .
A CURE FOR TWENTY CE. TS. tificates from many ladies who have husband with not conducting her
Abbott F. Wade
Any remedy sold at one dollar a hot- used it and can't say enough in favor affairs properly, alleging that he was T 5.Thos I The "GveebMar" Shoe kds

lie, which claims to cure Rheumatism of. Risley's Philotoken. not a good business man. The couple "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE A. Darby et al

had not lived together for some time T'naRANDRvIRr1JZOV A DECREE ojbze
'em low
is simply an impositions, for when all previous to the Chicago divorce. Young BOOM, II (:, .. to'NtI'L"'IIJ ".gALE i Mied out attli. all at the price

1s1p.es are deducted it leaves not My Stock of Groceries is Pabst is about 23 years of age and secretary LEMON STUK.ET: TALATKA. FLA. .- 1 Inuit (.un..1 the'tMot florlrt lo sad
of the Pabst i I'.r I utuain rounty. In '' itt log on the Dollar and Fifty Cents 4
more than twenty cents to represent great Brewing com Fun LIne.1'Cti.ic<- Wine, Liquor and CIi ;>tli'Uyiif ,,.t".r.' 14P2.iaa caitix- in the raid

_ raalvavtin Ot..k.IrQrlleno Court ih-iniiiDr, whtrvia AI'Nm toitmipkkiaant
the medicine. Dr. Drurnraond's Light- always up to the highest stand pany.SOUTH nOd Thwuiul A. iHr .t.r..; P. / R. DUiV!
CAROLINA'S FAIR. from the Conntry Promptly Filled llltrby, allot tbr National Imnroven cut l ompmiy !
niaf Kemedy, which is performing _* lU-fei.ilanti. I .hal). oil \11" I' tY. the
oc -3m CKAS. HERR{A, Prolnewr.p -
Mb dav ..t .K:< h MHKR.: A. It l-j. otter kit wte
each wonderful] cure*. that it U being ard. Prices Right, at TM I* Fair Week la Colombia Fair ancii.. fur "...h. t. t I't Iu It'tt, bhl.r. Notice to Debtors and Creditor*!

prescribed 1 by the medical faculty IIo te*. She It. I t7i I r.,' .j .to. .|, .r of tM- i "'H' II..HIMOf
-aid l'utl.1 .11..t,. lotaern too It>.. "..,u" t LL FEiL O UU VI %c. n.AlMS A':\1):8"1'
vervwhere is eom; oundtd at great t / R. DUNNES.GO ATLANTA Nov. 16.-A Columbia. S. I "10.1.0', .." : ttt- .n' .j ropvrtf 1 V the Extat of I). t- P.ult. .. ': *., ,
t-\t" u.-.-1n"lU.r at ,. point ..tt I h. I."of teM of Fatiiaaa County H"n4. will i I'.>t
from C. to The
dnis special Constitution dated
xpeoe rare ;iud cannot be the--' i -"Ii"I\ r It ' of ., t i UH| .., ,11 i t .I i, .,. .
old the 14th a o Uirincin. will make ,
for less than Five 1 'lonara a bottle. says: '
J"W"nlIto.
..I'ti II.. bU wife ,
; to tliIV tttttI. Maaaiiie I RE A r ;i.'t
But U always cure Sent prepaid to J. H. CARPENTER, The capital city is hastens for the .'.. lunne' oiu|>aiiv. by a df'cd.l. .'r', 1.._. te2.Wdwlnl! -:r t-.,
any aridre>.* on le."< :ipt of this week and h'r, "'C. .11 1 J'O".Ietln rlw I .; "-: for -
price. state fair hostess
a she .
Lemon Street bet. KanMM HonMand.Orooraa' .ni di' Lob Count;. and niuii ... '." n Drama ond Mt'i ill.- .0., 48-60 MaIden Bakery for ia, swept and garnished and robed in six ti.'rrr: :*, tlftera .&MItt5..i'.j. .o I. tg the t NOTICE OF FINAL D'SOHARGfc'VT'mc '
Latfie. New York. Amenta wanted. w "- -.-- festal attire. This is the opening day 0 .tr. ...t', '' io.ttWtjYPt( d\1ir. I., a 1..lu' 011
-- DRY STOVE WOOD. of state fair week and the 1"1.1r..J I at win* t_..- :h."i r ta HERUis: TIT $r"
; mwteriy
rook all! th- I'.i.u Cibuoa. mass** of the : J> n,...mil. after tI.6l I n-nerit u in
"n>; -*\ol a ire fence taiv -.ii.v .t'H frtyncvrn .. .
...
people are coming Cohunbiawants M account ion4 _lie, so' I .or..r t I. "t.
More for the than rtae. link* to a Hake; tnen .n't it, -' There are no prouder i.-ien io Macon money aajrqpe Large fast the them. ., of l'ull.el V&rnse. 11..1. au .1 "1aaJn
Loada, &Or. and 75edellreret.4 M." than The schedule for the week includes I..fl"I. 403 stake ..n the I.0t.t 10.,1., ,1 01j4 County. ot55Cosnty.toiotge'* 'WIt.114
the proprietors of the Georgia dry eren after a rate aa it it aDder eorrr. line ask for ,a 5Icas .) he.'ut..rUAaLUlG
and Cjrp13- scores of amusements and the visitors MGlis S throes northerly ak-n;: -..l n\rr I hank \
Business College! GUI the premiums' four ehata.awl llevCIII litiks tn plo 0 .I ...p_ 'AKSt.becu1tor.
will be well entertained. The fair rep.resents DiD<, cvwtaiaia las atm. ttber \..itiallproieineuia .
awarded them bv the state fair forpjaiB not only a gathering together of andllgUIiu 455 ., .itt.u". and fa_ CItf'. .OM. 14th. i2. .J:l'

sad ornamental ;>enmanship. I L. D. EATON, M. D. the people, but one of its chief purposes ta taMaav aDd faeii. into be1.ng55g. .
or aarwiae
Their romerous and handsome speciOWM is to exhibit the products of labor. and Female afvwtateiac.FKAJTK WJtI.H1' Tremont Hotel

of work exhibited l io the .Art HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE of brain. The large and copious build i fflttis Spe'deI Maoor.FLaycue ,
pen I
&
Hall ings are filled with eihitnts from all 'Wmnn OooiplaiwMift $s5dsn. -
eliefed universal aduiiration; and BLOCK PALATKA FLA.Kesidence Mf.t4 (r.KMEBLT OTH. 7O&ur1.)
South
parts of Carolina. and from I
the faD ifoificance of their many Cure ail Female Complaints and Monthly
\ictory can Corner Main and First other states. The poultry exhibition is I
Sts. LeuoarrhceaorWhiteJ.FaininJ3ck
only be appreciated when it is irregularity, l STREET. WEAR BAT .J.A.CEI03. k
that the contest was open remembered to the OmocBOCKS 10 a. m. ltoSp. m Trill great continue The races through will the soon week.begin and or Sides ttrengtbens the feeble,halite IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL TILLS.TLLrIEyTRALLY

of all and t to..m. 8oaday --1 to S. m. op the whole Byrtem. haacured thousands
the burinee CIRCUIT
FLORIDA
competition OPEN
colleges LOCATED. ALT.TUB
in the Patients from a distance can be treated and will cure TOO. Druggists have it. Send BeaoraUO.
great empire state. The blue The Mormon School Fund. ') YEAR. TaowmgMy
consultation free. for book. PUTNAM COUNTY IN : .
ribbinc art through the omce tamp s CHAJCHBT. Sates,lUG to$3.wpet day.DODGC
now flying from the college ap8-Qa SALT LAKX Nov. 16.-The territorial OB.J.P. BO.lGOOLEotCO. LodnUla. I*

and the college proprietors only regret supreme court has decided the church I CVLLE .

that premiums were not offered for the .' nc,13-Sm Proprietor.O .
escheatment case, involving 13,000,000.
latest and best methods
in short hand
and ordered that the be handedover 5* 52 Joseph Mesemer 0Ne1Mure
book
tafitig and business education money t S aaaaa T*. J I at
ceoeraHy, as those Uught exclusively to the Mormon church. to be used < CURE J te RflOcn. ) Mortgage. -0

by tIMe earn one-third the for the support of the poor. the parochial YOURSELF TT APPRAWXO BT THE AFFIDAVIT OF I PS AX EYE OPEXEK.:
awl time expense schools and the repair end buildIng 1 JoMcra ) & the euvpbtiaMLtfeat.fa'
h .
&-Macon Xew of Mormon houses of worship. The rT"tn lwu.ua the LaUd of tile aAmt dM rMidranc?the de.

The master in chancery had decided !j urat : .ra : unreaak' fendant U uknown and that the Mid defend. THIS SPACE
Are yon giving aid and crest and'f'ra( obtained and aU Pat- act is twtnM-ttoe yean nf age.
your influenceto & *
that the money should go to the free j TOUT dmfCK'M ; atie: cfEH It ta therefore ordered that aM defeMaat.

the TkaJe Edition Come, friends, bwtoeM OMT Oic.coadacted I* for U-S.Pattat oderate FHa.u4 Oflce. public schools holding that its transfer ( rzJk.* G.uttheaid It :rea>rpuMirur.ms ( ir dart of a John Seller do appear to rite bill ttted heeein.oa WILL BEloccrI'IJD BT

we can Norrnmou :ta leas Uae than those U the Mormons would be that much in the FIFTH DAY OF DECCMJtKR, 12, ttilame
help and J doctor. Koc ODOo aal
us
1ty so doing you win help3cuIiTee. from poi briaz the rule day for wi>l loonta.It "THE POPULAR IDAHO "
bend model drawing,M photo with descrip aid of polygamy. The court holds that [ft B V roaranteed not to trlcton.Tt Is farther ordered th&t this *oIe. b*,pub. ,
belief in polygamy an abstract rather CWMrtol jHurieoa CWVannlactored -* liched once a week for
tion. We adyfM if pateetable or no free of eight cacweentiT* ireekj T.iL.BAYj PnoJ.'n
Chaira.. Ow fee not dee till pateatls aeoared. than( a concrete principle, and beyond by la tie PalatkA Weekly Tlioea, a new l'rer r>aj>-
C. A. Snow & Oo.' A '... "Bow to Obtala Patents"with jurisdiction of the courts. An appeal Ti Zviu Chfninl Co.] itahed In saId County and Circuit. w. .
s pamphlet, Information ,name actual clients ta your Stale,meaty or Witn** my hand ned the teal of saif Court wno WILT TILL. YOtTADOTE}-
and Advice about Patent ,town,aeu free. AdANM. ( was taken to the United States supreme CtMCINNATT this 6U day ol October,12.TRA3T -
e.s.*. K WRmHT '
C Cayeata,TTademarksCopyiight w etc. i C.A.SNOW&CO.: court. rn.uJ ISyD.H.KlkBY.JJ..C ,
\ Joerra H. -
t\l'UFOKDe CompUinaafc Bolicltor.oc7 .
may be obtained free at this offic V 0" PatuI 0IIct.WaPln8t-Co .5 I irrr AT Tras"KzsoBT.

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Death of the Third Partyite 1 "THL DIXIE FLYER"Is i POMONA NOTES. VERT.RE.iiiS! & CO
S. A.Bak.
I name of the ne" Correspondence TalaUa TuncI'OMOVA .
ere il the Thirl 1 f'al"lY with ill :be ai Mutt tr.in i-ui till the '-buwauee;
champion .utlwm aMl F..r ..i" Since our last iiUHibiif '
l't a
Jar:v'd IB oblivion and Florida sand l, n"u" (;"tI'igta appearance _.
id Raskin otioe tuoujjnt be could gu ..ill: i od, l" CWUOM.-I ib Xonb 1'alac-aWl our good citizfiis and neixijlx-i -- --

up BO high South. Eq..ppt'ft with Pullman hare! returned to the land where thl

(,01'U1)t of F,orida, but DOW 1',1al.b \ rare. 111 i- Ira n h I avert JaeksenvtBe'JO MUll a"l ""oranll.e //:01\011': '. grow"' to pass tbt
(.:: n. miU..! I'rfiaUa at 3 p. m.,
I ; morning, cull montbl. Anton those who ban Boxes
V. 7:4o next
: VI mi"i Wraps.
leal*' nd. to bit J':MI farm from morn .in v< Orange
t.' ulbt.!; I Nihti'lr: 7:30 p. m, connecting at returned aitMr*. A. E. Drake an ,

lib a.1 I chance ot an office forever out I. XalivtN- *nii the Chicago VeUibuied making tier eon, Ciwm, of Hampton, MasMr. '
Limited itll,1 I :"It. LOuis keepers: ,
of 6lht. Drake hroudu with him
I. JatkfcouvilU a nit
Weav, r is oo bettor, at we knew when I : only! 410" change between and Nails
wL bi gan it, I or" Paluklt and bicago. Su Louts bone and a very handsome open cai Hoops

That t,rover win the man that was and all princijiil' p.tiuts in the Nortb- riage. Mr. J. U. M rn oD and farm, .

I a'-. to be in it, i "f Tortsmuuth, X. II. Mr. Morrison' .
wesl.At con- .)1A. l"FA.l.'TI.RER OF
the "i\ ixi. Flyer
For -b "ffictof Pr hident" of tbi= Union ,' Atlanta Vtsfbulea limited for eon and eldest daughter remain Nor AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -
with the
nt'("lh
'.o fair; \\.hill't"lI. Philadelphia and New this year. John is learning the jeeler's -

And J"W we ate all happy, for Grovel; let )bid AND YELOIY rim
mm l
IKrcemoer l trade while is
will be there. Yoin tin ;vir;' <.)>a did or-ervice about will be extended school., the daughter attending Flour, Grits, Corn Bran, Hay, Oats, Cotton

is \ will have to' tilt ;
The hulas surely To make a long
to Tampa.
}
tbi' back seat, through Southern and Every one is pleased to see Mr. and .

For IScnjamin will own that he U very "F.ondt tory short W iih>the Its ieurEia through sleeping:; car Mrs. Worcester at home again lookin LUMBER Seed ,Meal and Fertilizers.OLD .

badly tx-at; -nu. (i I''d; ; time and close connec- very well indeed after their summc

And drover< is the Man of Destiny for MUII. i-, \IB. all ))colts in Florida the I sojourn in Mas achusetU. SATSUMA HlGIIfS, FL\ J., T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.iSP'An .

And sure now for a Government Demu>' ,io"-i 1 u/oiul, sure and rapid and tran heS I We have also to note the return of and rude.e
j ,na:: ; "j i to all points North; orders will receive prompt attention quick shipments
rratir: and pure, W, ,. t.. *-K, for a ticket by tin K. W. King and wife from. llynxniU BEATTY'S ORGANS; A3R Eth G :

We will be free from all Force Dills I .'WW.tnr" l.t H ,utc" will lose bolL I Mass. hig *. A Mrv*", VMJ1L *'. BEATTT, wastajtoa.NewJersey. -- ----
and McKinley Hills too, : nov -tf
10] f1"U L1nttv Miss Lule Vincent's father is her
and Reed
And Harrisons and IxxJgvs ,
1 for the winter.
one or two
Are dune as they, should be by. tbi' We ere pleased! to hear that Captain THE ACME WALTER THOMAS.

v"ter* we bear, I Ames is recovering quite well from the

And sand li< n lamm b.i' loot h.. fifty thou. severe bruising and shaking up be had APARTfrlENT' HOTEL I
a
GrantllllA"< ; year.is a thing of thf! (pan Mrs A. 13. Knowlton is improving
R 4km Md Rafuratohad with'Entlrely: Neirntair
and lU-njtnjiii'1-; :raUaboet' f'i'rIlis under Dr. Peck's treatment and Mn Tfcroogbout. entrant Loested conB -

IVvftiuriituil tillr: and ofllee so fin i lIut hans' careful nursiug. We hop .ki>t to IMfwtt aDd Bnat Lanttinf. Goo
be will soon havito turn m-r to i. Dining Boon in CauMetton, with Corl'el'JIOndLa. -
she wilt continue to improve, but rrmr ... .Prioea.
f roVt"r "'fjitehl Rooms COo. to 1.00 per Dajj.w Staple andFancyGroceriesTALAIKA
Hurrah for Cleveland't: : rapidly.Of $ to S4.0U per Week.
uJlijians .. Tt.f1i. .ate we have noticed quite a number n. A. BURT Proprietor.
of rod noses and watery eves abouTomona.
Tabules purify the blood. If every one did not knot til W. Ba1 Street, Jacksonville, Fix
'
|OC -lylcE
that we are a temperance people( th'' FLOKIDA.COBXER .
PUBLIC ,
IO THE TRAVELING
red notes might$ be attributed to somehing -

GEOUt.IARoltfUItI1)T-S'J) FLA. II. H ) < besides the severe colds nearly;

(61'WANKK IUVKR llorre), everyone comuUins of. LEMON AND WATER STREETS.

MAUA '' ",

On account of the action of Florida ,. verv short visit of Mr. Greenwood, i oNew CQLLE

York City. Mr. Greenwood wa i r ALL GOODS WAKIinXTED OR MONEY IZEFIT VDEL ja1I-IJ
Bailroads in refusing to sell tickets bugs< i to leave for New York Monday '

over our line because we declined to morning in order to be home ft"Thanksgiving" ; I'

increase our rales In accordance with on Thursday.Mrs. .
Smith returned to Jacksonville BAMBERGBAMBERC
their views, you are rcspclfa.'y; notified -
Tuc's<1av. after a very pleasant visit
that by purvhasteg: a loc u.'K':. with Mends: in this vicinity. I

to Palatka, Hampton, or Lake City, Every one is shipping oranges to the( I ii''

from any point in Florida, }ou will) Fruit Exchange,except George Otter

secure<< a through 'to-kit from either of son woods, who are ships full to of St.orange Paul?Minn.buyers The and Business College

those! Junction point to any point FELIX.IIE .
reach "'1 via Macou including all lust:: soliciting agents.

Northern at a
4rn. Western and points .VTTV'S PIANOS ABU OKOAKS.
total cost to you not to exceed the S. C.
lowest through rate of like class, lion Daniel F. Beatty, the great l? O ,
Orsran and Piano manufacturer, i is!
from
quoted bv any line from the point
which :you .tarU This applies to both building and shipping:; more Organ; THREE TEACHERS. FOUR SUBJECTS

OIK way and round trip licktts.la ,' and Piapos than ever. In 1870 MrUeattv I THE SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH.

local tickets to anv of
abore purchasing named Junctions, be careful to and by his indomitable will he ha: (;Open day and night the entire year.]) I BOOK-KEEPING: SHORTHAND.

worked his so as to sell so far ,
take a receipt from agent at Un! rjxuit : way up
I 100,000 of batty Organs anti SUCCESS UNPARALLELED I
should early
for fare paid, which be
bOOed to our that he can I Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP.
THREE DISTINCT DEPARTMEXTSCom.mercUl
laid in his
Airfve at proper trough rate to cha># dishearten him; obstacles Stenograph Teieznph: -coY rln 6JKK
For information as to rates, routihrough .,;j\ way that would have wrecked an] eet of space all under direction of dmtlnenlshed -

schedules and sleeping car I ordinary man forever, he turns to at kholarsidp.and|wcUlinU.board Text cheaper books than discarded other intltntkm -! If you want a PRACTICAL EDUCATION, by PRACTICAL TEACHERS -
of i it
Mommodations apply to undersigned advertisement and comes out *. Graduates assisted to pueitiombroaehouremploTmcnt
,
brighter than ever. His instruments! agency-not one idle at a MINIMUM COST, come to our College. Sead one cent stamp
liJiMES MENZIES, A. C. KNAPP i I tend for handsome catalogue to

( General Agent. Truffle Manager, 1 r as is to well be known found are in very all parts popular of ant the AVYATT & 2IARTIX, for Catalogue. 1jltf

,JTilalka, Fla. Macon, Ga. Ja are pet-U Macon,GL
world. We are informed that durin

the next ten years he intends to sel.

F- -- --- ----- 1f 200,000 more of his make, that mean! O. LOPER BAILEY. CHAS. 5L IUIXIARD.
MK B MBMMHHKIi H BBBBH MKK K HB n MHK HI B H OF MEN
if VIGOR
a business of $20,000,000
them at $100 each. It is already Permanently Restored.

Prize Picture Puzzle. largest business of the kind in exist & >.%train* *of.-evils-, from._.early...*erronor**, l>*binty.later ciceue and flb : LOPEE BAILEY &; CO.

f snce. Send to Daniel F. IJeattv Wash &he rennlU' of overwork sickness worry eta roU
New Jersey for Catalogue.doaniberlaln's : strength development, and lone tfTen (o ever
npwn; trgas and portion of the body. Simple. ntorl
QPLAXAT1O' _Tfc foOowiof picture contains tarn faces,a na* and hi three daaghten not sods. Immediate Improvement seen t"allureImpoMlble.
I M call Cud the sass boa bat it(it DOC to DIY to 4utinTuU the(act of the three You Udiea Sinai reference Bonk, explanation!
tectare was pnUubed ia a few eew...Pft'lIOa. time ago,and attracted considerable attenuoa lelandard :ICyeOintment. and 1 tSXm: aD4,mota mailed(toealedl t_ Address
ERIC MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO. M. Y.DRUrtKENNESS.
it. A the sole object
W offer aepetiuaaisommeaisewith *
renediea. oow anew pia
Introduce our ... Hp***into new bosky thor wbo entered the farmer coeipetitiaa are reqaotedtconprtc Fire Life and Accident Insurance,
ia this one At to the reliability of"1b. Ford Pill Co.,"and tbe estimation in which then A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, ,
)b et are held i-Toronto, Canada vhere they are bnt known,patron are referred to the daily. Scald Ilead. Old
Salt Rheum
Tetter. ,
'Ii't wbuIcak dnaWML aDc1leadiD&buiDcttb< c-aU of 1'1INIIa.
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,

Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples, Or the LJqaor llmbts l>o.l lively leredhyndanteIsterinr

and Piles. It Ia cooling and soothing.Hundreds aoldem rpeeln4It I>r. II.a1ft' PALATKA. FLORIDA.

of cases have been cured by i*mannf setnrd aa a powder which ean be given
r n a (Um of hear a cop of eoBee or tea.or In rood
it after all other treatment had failed ritbouttheknowfedgeofthepatt.nt r It u abeolat lybenaleee
and will effect a permanent and tpeedreure.
U la put up in 23: and 50 cent boxes. .whether its patient I. a moderate drinker oran
aloohoUe wreck. It has been given tn thoueand
>f eaaea.and in everr. butane.a perfect wire bae foloired
1 1 se.en t all... Tbe ayvten oooe mprea QaWed
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. with Ui.liquor tbe Speeinejt appetite bnome.to ext t. uuer unpoeubiUtytor lacksonville Tampa and Key W st

'. VTOTICE OF MY INTENTION TO APl'LY gOLD&'f .P.I'IFII',.. ..c'.iroprietOTB. .,
I> to tbe Honorable Judge of Probate of t>ut- CINCINNATI, OHIO ,
MONDAY.N 48 page hook of parueuiar. free. To be had efACKERMXX .
FIRST
yt lam County Florida,on the
MAY, A. It. Itm, to make final returns olby & STEWART. Druggists
Administrator de honls Don oftaal
aoeotuUs as
lateof Mm. lUnjthara.. daeeaied, and for i i Falatka If. RAILWAY COMPANY.MASON .
I'i .
dl a barge from said Administratorship, Ulereby
V given,in ooospllance with Uw.
CfttRtdtS T. 1-UTTEK,
I A&LrI.beraWr de boais non. M. J. Murphy. YOUNG, RBCXIYEB,
.i .October 1 1, .-._. oeU- m
SMMa( BMaHB s BTjBV BT MBra B B a BTaTaT BTaTaT BTaTaTaTaTaTaTJ


1 tl SIIEniFF'S SALE. Lrn;: ll Simat Blliar PdEIar.WIIOLESALE THETropical -- ------

AND BY VIRTIT: Of AX EXECTT- P,
TPDICR
JJ iMiird oat ut and under seal of UM Trunk Line
1I Strait Court f .r Putnam County, HorMa, oa t TAMPA
lie ih ii favor of i +
H. (..llrhrint and against Mary H. Brent,! hare AND RETAIL embracing the System of Railways and d KEY WEST ..
..vital on and will offer fur sale to the highest Steamers shown on adjoining map exLvdinir .
a..ol'r l lr ea..b..t the front door of southward from JackeooTill, 48' SYSTEM
I a l he <:ourt H.> ow'. in Palatka, Putnam(b.ntyoriLt WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. excel in equipment and service, reach aa 'e, e0stiR'd ,; w.aest/oas.
.mttir FIRST MONDAY 1> NOVKM- prominent winter and.ummer i y t
r Vs )CL. A. 11. \.fl. I leingthe seventh day of saM
Donth. durlnt the I legal I hours of Hale oo said Agent for the celebrated J. w. liarMr -

dal. the following dmcribeil property. & Silvester Whiskies. A full linef Pleasure Resortsof .w.
'
of northwest arter,Section
of north half q
/ lA. Township U: South Ran rte 27 east excepting the best brands at the lowest prices.Whiskies p' '
Last w
oar acre conveyed t"> Washington Jones bybsed Florida Throojrh4rala eenrlee with VP
reenrdetl; in Book "F," pages SM-Sft, PatMOI Parlor, Pullman Buffet, and Bleeping w otr. .
I County ReconU, ant excepting about 1 S : : Cars carry TOG through !w *b sldr
frt* r'etsrlel UD page *! -30 fa Book ")1."
It t
*uta ra ( ., and exrrptinr about Rye.HBO V4 bs ." p y
Ei Is acre,=D'f't'l : pafres 03- 04-4iCe, in Book lv s Orange Groves, ,
Ej 1 f." Patawra County Hecorda, and excepting Stlrer Weddin* S Efotandard..AA..Boarbon..OO i'
=l uttt 4 acres ret orded at pages 297-90 es la Book SUrefterKye.. 8 Fruit Farms '" :
.
j TVe proprietor! of "Tb. Fad Wl C*..* will pre an elegant pair of Shetland Ponies. "K," rntnam <'-.untr Keoord; and exeeptin; ,,k ,
Carriage I and Harness valued at $600, (delivered fines in any pan at tae batted States about four acrws retxtrdod at pages ZW-300-301, J.W.
eiiw i/penoa who call make oat the three daughter'faces. To the tet end will be given aa elegant In Hook "K" of Putnam County IteoonU.Oonalnine harper(0)500 Gardens 1
L dyf8 Cold Watch set ia sapphires and *.i*-***.. To tbe tkird will a pear oft 57 acres, more or less. The Trade Country Vegetable ,
<_ : Diamond Ear{$ngs. -to the/ *?. will be pven a baodacne China Dinner such sale brine made I will rdent and) Jug a specialty. '
::
tnrlce. lotbe/vww.uWiiwea Kodak Camera. TotbUUM.aSw1S8 Muslo de'it':;; to purcha thereof a Rood nrffl- rders solicited. ocrJ tf Plantations a"
L fu tbe *nt\* French Mantel Clock.: lo the n-4, **, an elegant Banquet deed to same; tmrcha A. T.&he'apa.Q( Crown Derby Va To the hwlaaeomrlet Lawn U. gUlOXKY.oe7td .
Set,and s.aoyobw,pru u r ..r o mesa .t.veer competitorenst cat Clat a aloes Sheriff. i iw
M5nnlp. l>l.-tare," tb.thee.giro'faces-kine a ama.itlulead penaToneach, The aboT! sale continued until the FIRST FOR MEN ONLY Phosphate Mines, ,
mad ft_',.e MRM with tj UTS. two-nut stamps for one of the following -Fr e itewtedesr.rdy :"- >IOXI: AY IX UECKMBER, Ia2, Leine the soy ) a ( S
Prize Pills. -Ford'e Price Catarrh llernedy," or "Forrt1" PrIze I of said month. JAS. U. SHELLEY. '
Centh( Core" SeUct any oneof tbe above eee.diryw denre. Address The Ford Sheriff.Kills YOUNG MEN-*OLD MEN Cocoanut. fields" as Zt 1 iO
Fill C*.." Cor. Wellington & Bay Sii, Toronto, Canada. The person boMAs envelope ispentBerked tlT II THE TOILS Cf TIE SimiTS If IISIASC.T soup ..r Y 1 a IUD
tint will be awarded the ft ttpve, and tbs others in enter of this advs.tie.e.t ntak.karats d_U free taeaitelvM.ka sons iwu 1 n t
ALOJIG Tra--
appears stawhaneonarf thronghoot the United Stairs, curry one has an equal oppor.To T ..* kaewtaf aew *e neeeesrallr =;:, .wtC ,
thepenoe eeDI1inJthe tut correct answer will be get ru an elegant C right Concert SHAKE Off THE HORRID SNAKES ssT '
Grand IMmnov*abed at _5OO.OO. To the jfrtt from toe fart wcaitof m correct__ tk."s. t..o..1..k..... wtrFavs. St Johns River '
will be given a entlemas's fine Gold ."SAndo ,i't'b. which strikes th. boors and q jarterbanrioa .wkat r 1&0&I T-.Io aLLTu ,
small cathedral gong at plcuare,and valued at W3OO.OO. To the mWfrom the/w/a NEW BOOKs iooa.. J
$ra Safety lrlryelhp.esmttC Ore. To the|A .. ,
--T: t _.........., -s ,
tIwJ.-rhboetbslatfawasoPartorFurniture. otbsjJr4Goetb.laaAaMast. .
KU
i .... d.wr Ws
.. bihw Tea b rTlce. To the rM from the.lMfo aa elegant Piano Lamp. Te tbeMttrw 4 .,H.Ited aUeee.ky W DI.. Worth"t
bur the last, a bmdaone pair ';Hortlerea tbe etftJk from : : ..... AllUrtt u. *' UI.OrJt Lake
F.' '--a Ur.bei travcIKng Trunk. To the mtmt4 from tbe last, two pieces: fllsuuiDelf r If....and hewn '*-..**y
otbcr in order of TREAT tT.hfi.ta.4a.art '
bta4oarTaad evil HOME
aaany prams -.oaJmtG A jnrw morn ''o-
-III'
i.. ....-.of t 1 1T1 ..
SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EACH STATE. i Leit,.tke,. railiaf weN".'. ->6. f e
BISCAYNE BAY.
... Merloni De- ,
neral '
A tm< price of a Silk Dreee Pattern (lurteea yard, any cob or a fint-elajs : all paintUnexcelled I 'Ut". .......-. ,''_..*".' k a -
ewlnff 1llaehins (any aiake deured) will be civcn to the ,l'tt r ma ia each State ia the W..... Ear.r ."aaM ro"Kkrulworguseaerotttiaeek. ..rect line to Tampa, Punta \ r
t r'can aaake out the three daagbtert'. (aces We ahafl pve away SOO Tamable sea.DMUvt : as aaes. tsdwi tt ....,. aDd GX Barbon.yOU I
aboold ..... Md.Jar botu Cord a
axjalpnMS.fif there Maunyending correct *) Nocharce c DLtgLOriDsOarae
Tbe of the Uajjng wfaoera will tie published oect oo with our .....g lvv.a..w.rtrawLt.... _tw $ ,
ar pattma.1 pnaea. wet pna m co : A Liniment i i ....OJly..1aia .uaay.J
axmtb. ......... who r tb
adooWrbee.cat leading newspapers l> Jrt Kxtrn will be gives to only tboee are a. a.a.rsawr. W r- TIME ca
vu'I nf t< oasis ia iotrodavuic oar teda iMa. Nothing 51 charred f.Y 1M privet ia any way. Tbeyre : Indispensable .f.a. .r.a nrni******.** .rr- vw c
abaalotvty fma away" D oadadwrtir"Fords Prl Remedies,"w&icla..1tIIDIf. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFR.ON.Y. { TROUBLE a
art IMtCS ntiI.and wiU be toad ia everr Ua flyl< Zrei : baea once lau uctd. AO In home! AND o ura w ft.
prim: wU be awarded strictly ta order of awru,and WMS pafectaatauaio.to the pwblJc. Tbtitaedteswill your SAVE
be seat by rah,peetpaki,sad pies free of ditty. i Buy the genuine I: I '" tDut DI TRANSFERS MAY.tI y _--'v --..,. t t1M

A '\VATCM FOR EVERY CORRECT rXSWEILAt SALVATION OIL. I TQlJf* KCanfpbia > n b1 parchaaing tickets YI6.JacbmTfIJeSOle J.'to&1t.w.SJItem. Seed fix large map.of Florid*
:i -Y1e..eu,..,..: Crn.*... Uav bypisJl, with PtherlnfoTTM Btif htere L .
!ez ra'prea..fag.wo.'Fearless i <> \Ta\tek.(stem winder.)win U awarded toerery.jeoeaftas Sold for.2): cts. The seeonpanTtnc statement'wavkt n ...w a.n aft 1 i
wtIoaadaa rawer wit a pdays.Rw ibis adveti.e.mt aperra.iII ea.re they abouId pots I mrwisht-an4 aearare-jm.2. .tavMtk atkv
ttartea .. and nat..ln dhow th.hAlSe *.s. ..t. a s.al i.N W. n. DENHAX JAS. N. STROBHAR
4_wt.esob eo .. rjvrpnjea That iy if UJ one Call bit the three faces 1 ooatbsr trealaal N r ....tabs ,

eadoaa...-.4 theta eitber wit JM'It oae./days the bad from f\C the psiatsKc time this< Mk fcdnuateniit sztra...-apiwara-of a ia watch tae ncwtpaper.oa CllDlfJtI'IM.ta&ed.11" tbey. are. :....... . .. ... ....;t; .'tnBal.fUTED LYiMAlL.ItoSf11iFIT} L, : Acting Genexali Su emtendent. General Passenger Agent.

ap1e Adantl.-' aeticad ra a.H'l dm""at eaiaiav_ Yt s.ceou.WaUinfitaa far one Of* Ford'e Bay Sts Prize, Toronto Rem, Canada.i .Ile.. CHEW uN. gt-'twsiir.er'wi tTtwstis....J.. r &:............ ...il } ; .:::: ... '

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TTTti "DON CUT PRICES in DRY GOODS AND SHOES. S. E. BOND, CUT PRICES in GROCERIES

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declares it to be the best remedyfor A BEAUTIFUL ORANGE GROVE-Si
He

PALATKA \WEEKLY TIMES cough and croup." Mr. D. T. A TiU to the GroT of Mr. E. U. Stearns, STOP AND DOWT GO

Good, Columbia Tenn., writes: "I Near Frultland.

McKENZIE & BURTZ. PUBLISHERS keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the It was the pleasure of the writer a

house all the time. It is the best remedy few days ago to visit: the beautiful

OPTICS In Dana's Building, .Front Street for cough and croup I ever orange grove of Mr. E. H Stearns,
ert to Fort Office. used." located on the east bank of the St. Any Further Until You Have Visited the PALACE

Johns River, some two miles south of
Tb Postponed TurkA */.
SUBSCRIPTION KATE-One Year, f 1.00 sis Fruitland. .
X rates, 00 Onu ; Three Month, 25 Cent; good many rears ago I was cabin Fifteen years ago Mr. Stearns went STORE of Palatka where will find everything in

B rmloM due i*a4 aac boy on board the ship Bennington, into a wild hammock of palmetto, oak, you

bound from New Orleans to Boston.
vices, sour orange trees and every
PALATKA FLA., NOV. 2 1892. We had a darkey for cook also one for manner of under-brush that goes to the line ofFurniture

steward both good men, and viein
----- ------ make up a tangled copse, and cleared
with each other in the use of big won1
1892 NOVEMBER. 1892 and cut out such as he desired, leavinga .
that neither knew the meaning of. few of the cabbage palmettoes. thaI

We were to have a turkey killed for today stand as grim sentinels here and

SUo Mo. Tu. We. The Fr. Sa. dinner,for next day was Thanksgiving told there to beautify the grove,and budded I Crockery,
but for some reason the Capum into the sour orange stocks,and planted
the steward he would have it postponed. has !
others. To-day he a grove of aBou:
1 2 3 4 5 Now here was his chance to get in a 3,500 bearing trees, some of them

big word on the cook so he goes, to the standing 25 to 30 feet high, with spread Glassware Lamps

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 galley, and salS: "Captain wants, da ins branches, free from mites, insects ,
do know how to
turkey postponed, you and pests, with the cleanest and
do U? Corse I does. We allers postponed brightest fruit thereon.it has been our .
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 them In dem big hotels I was in.'' privilege of seeing. He has about 100 6-

Next day the turkey was on the table! tangerines, four years old, as pretty Carpets HusamimM t Oil-Cloth

20 21 22 23 24 25 26Z7 for dinner. Captain says to the stew and symmetrical and free from blight ,
ard, "I thought I told you to postponethe as they can possibly be. In the
turkey." h Mr, my, ain't he post- center of the grove is about one-quarte J

28 29 30 poned right? Dat cook said he know of an acre in bananas, towering:; nearlyas )
how to do it." That turkey was good, hlzh as the orange trees, and wir! Window Shac- : nd

for the cook had spent hours bonin< tug their green blades in the passing

and stuffing it.ONE. breeze, lend enchantment to the scene.
Judge Vertrees visited Buffalo Bluff..l I -4*.. WHO HELPED EAT IT.It's Mr. S'earns estimates his orange

Monday. crop at only one-third this season, oat
not pleasant to cough and
very G
2,500 boxes. He has never applied furnishingsMy
Thos. W. Ralph, of Hollister was fn hacks
: his hammock
a dust of fertilizer to
town this week. To suffer pain in chest and back,
Many people could stop it, for sure trees, and only works them once a

Will MauU vfeited his home at HunT By simply using One Cough Cure.P. year by hoeing around and in proxamity -

ngton Saturday, returning Monday. F. Peek. This to grove the trees.is a fair representation of New Additioi line of DOLLS,

favored localities soil adapted
what ,
"Tip Top" Brand Milk 10 cents can of banded
Capt. McAdam, Detroit, together with hard toil and good management .

at Grainfer's. us a few copies of the Palatka(Florida) : can be brought about in the TOYS, GAMES andCOXM.O GOODS.\

Times. We notice that" the Land of orange culture. The .hole scene rep-
J. T. Staniford of the J. T. & K. W. well drawn and colored !-
Flowere is confident of sending a resents a highly
Yiftited?. ford Sunday, returning Mon up lithographic: picture.Mr. texi.
rousing Democratic majority, and i!S
day. : Stearns royally entertaine.l the
ooking for a large increase in the writer, feasted him upon oranges,

Mr. II. S. Wilson, of the TUghmancilliof orange crop this season. We congratulate Japanese persimmons, bananas, etc.,
company, has arrived In the Brothers McKenzie &; Burtz 00 and all who visit his quiet and lovely nthaL

city from Michigan., the publishing of a newsy and enter home will.find him and family ready to
prism paper, and will be glad at al extend to them the same old Southern
riles of people have piles, but,De- times to exchange compliments.- hospitality.Mr. .

Witt's Witch IlaMl Salve will cure Taslin (Mich.) Echo, Nov. 11. .
them. P. F. Peek.Tb Chas. Carman, from Petersburg, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PITLNAM
Have tried most every known remedy HL, writes: "I know Salvation Oil to e
COUNTY STATE OF
,
IrooM fixtures for the Putnam for Itching Piles without success, be a very good remedy for neuralgia, Hendrickson & Danforth I FLORIDA CHANCERY.Preston : .

Rational Baak counter has arrived and finally bought a box of DeWitt's Witch! rheumatism, burn, toothache and cut*.
Hazel Salve and it has cured me. C. On Deck with a New and Complete Line of -tMnt.eGfoorp iT
is now in poitton. It is very neat and We are never without ii. :

rrettr, and make the place look more D. Ilaskins, Peoria 111. GUNS M MUNITION, FISHING E W.' N'aaon. )
Chase & Sanborn best Roasted Rio
like what it TAT Jioat B W. NASO1:
really is-a bank-and we
To make Edition whatIs
Holiday
uwgru here add, a good one, too. desired our need the of Coffee, 25 cents per pound: at Grain.ger'a. TACKLE SPORTING GOODS, ETC. ] Ml bating: been eztiMted against you la
we support every I I f L: urn by Preston, Weathenbee.'OU are now
business man in Palatka. Rememberthis i'by uttered and reqnlre Maurice Lamon is now "Captain"of Cans, Redrew Locks,Trunk and Umbrellas 1 the SECOND 1>AY or JAIKY >
and wilt do and do your part.If A Suoply of Stoves. Repaired. Sawa flied Shear sharpened. San :su, the same being a role day 'if this
a drajr. your hauling ells cut and all kinds of Job Work Neatly and R1 l art
promptly. He is an ambitious young you feel dull try a cup of that excellent On passing the establishment of E, Promptly done. I Is further ordered that this order be pooled

man, and deserves the support of our ,CEYLON TEA at E. S. NECK'S, C. Kelly Monday we noticed quite a Front:; Street TO odpoult LET. Putnam lioa.eaoll-tfGrNs I I be one Palatka a week Weekly: for Time four,consecutive a newspaper week pub-

merchants.We specially imported from England by stock of stoves of every' descriptioncook I led nam.In the City of Palatka, in the County of

return thanks to Mrs. Ilicken fora Roger, Martyn &; Co., Orlando. The stoves, heaters and others, which : i itne**my hand and the seal of said Court
handsome sea weed, brought by herOD purest]Tea known. Mr. Neck is sole had just been added to his already UNDERTAKING t \%id day of Norember.FRANK 192.WRIRHTClerk. .t

from the Bahama Islands recently. agent in Palatka. handsome assortment.Mr. ; \V4w By D. M. KIRBY. D.C.

library and
in (his country.pretty, quite a curiosity Many old soldiers, who contrated Kelly intends to supply the peo- .
W. C. SNOW.Un.dertaker
chronic diarrhoea while in the service. ple with good goods at rock bottom -ANDEMBALMING- .

A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries have since been permanently cured of prices, and any style desired. lIe : ,
at lowest prices, at Grainger's. has stoves from the cheapest to the (SIGN OF THE Bio HORSE SIIOE.)
it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Office and Residence 28 J-t Front Street, op*
Call and and get price most costly, consequently every 'one posite hbUllaIO'IlIIe, ,Palatka,Flay noltfCENTRAL ,
examines .
and be : hay, Grain Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Ack- may be satisfied. He would be glad to A FULL LINE of METALJC, CLOTH SOME PEOPLE SAY" "WE ARE SELLING
: COST. Weoften.uchquotaon.
erman & Stewart, Druggists. have you call and see him, and we and WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON .in the newnpaper or on flaring hand bill,
A Yachting Club was organized here i guarantee that anything he represents with great prominence of exclamation point
Miss Brittain's Departure. I am not Belling my Good below coat nor even HOUSE
Tueiday night. Many names from is just right. HAND. AT COST, for the reason that I can't afford to do ,
Jacksonville and St. Augustine were Miss Emma Brittain, of Jacksonville, Not only is his stock of stoves com- :Mail and telegraph orders| promptly it. I must hare come profit a* I hare to live
who has been visiting Miss Annie Ack- 9 like everybody else; but my stock of FINE Corner Reid and Front Street,
enro1'led. plete, but he carries a nice line of tin-
home attended to. SHOES are sold with inch ft email margin it i*
erman, left for her Saturday,to ware, etc., and does a general tinning, an Inducement to those wanting Good Shoe to PALATKA. ILOIUDA.
Good Rice at Grainger's, five cents a the regret of her many friends here. plumbing and gas lilting business B. L. LILIENTHAL. come and ee me and I'll tell you more about it,

pound sixteen ounces to the pound. She was tendered a surprise, however, When in need of anything in this line of and FIN bow Band yon one LASTING of the SHOES prettiest ever assortment brought
on last Friday night, by the young give him a call. to Florida. I ban got them and the people This Howe haa been been thoroughly refnr
The wife of conductor Z. T. Radford, society people of our town, at the resi- I -Nighl call at R. S. MOONEY'S, know it. nished ceire Boarders and pat at la reasonable order and in rates.now ready Table to sup.re.

of the Georgia Southern road, died at dence of Mrs. Ackerman, which was Mr. John Gorman, for many years a rear of Putnam Fouse. fe26-lv I oc28H.. T. VATTERLIN. plied with an the deUnacle of the seanon.

Macon Sunday. She was buried Mon indeed an enjoyable affair, lasting until faithful employe of the J. T. shops MRS. WM. OOLINOER,

day. 'We sympathize deeply with Cap- nearly mid-night. The guests, on has accepted a position under Foreman W.MARVIN, D.D.S. FINE, FRESH noil-Cm Proprietress,
tain Radford in the loss of his dear wife. Departing, expressed a great pleasure
Miller of the St. A. & I. R. Railroadat
,
in ench a lady {
meeting charming young ]
Mr. S. R. Childi, with his wife and as Miss Brittain, and unanimously expressed St. Augustine. Mr. Gorman is a OYSTERS. MRS. E. M. Hanghton.
from regrets at her departure. It is thorough machinist, and the J. IV losesa .
daughter, McMeekm, has arrivedin
In his removal.
good man
to be hoped that she will returnat
Palatka,and will make this his future DYTHE QUART 30 CENTS. Auo FRESH
some future time. It may be "Who'll be J) FISH tVtUY DA.Y
next postmaster? This FIRST-CLASS
horned: lie is Florida representative added in conclusion that Miss An- CPTrte delivery in city limit
question is agitating the minds of
for Lu3den &; Bates' Southern :Music nie Ackerman added much to the some c LEVI LEE,
people to a considerable extent at
House, Savannah. We- are glad tow pleasure of the evening by entertaining present. oc2S-tf Opposite Duane's Market. Private Boarding I
kem. him here.It .
in her usual royal manner, the guests
on this occasion. Captain J. Edward Lucas,owner and
is CORNER OF FIRST AND MADISON : -
too plain to need demonstration
a future commander of the new Ockla- GRADUATE DENTAL DEPARTMENTUNIVERSITY WIGG & BUTLER.

by chart or diagram that Dr. Bull's TEN GOOD REASONS waha steamer Matamora now in course OF T xESSEE. STREETS, PALATKA, FLA.
Cough Syrup is what the need of construction, says he expects to have
people WHY I Bur GROCERIES FROM PAD- TEETH OV GOLD, SILVER, west of Florida Southern Railroad De
everywhere, for car of bronchial and the boat completed by the first of Jan- ARTIFICIAL and RUBBER.

pectoral troubles. It is a sore cure. GETT & Co. uary with the limited force of work- btxM-talty of CROWN, BRIDGE and GOLD pot. x?-3m +
men he now has employed. But if he WORK.
for the
Anesthetic administered painlessextraction
Iarrice. I 1. I get Gool Goods and nothing can get about six more carpenters, of Teeth. LUDDEN &

George Robinson, a well-to-do and misrepresented. which we understand be is quite anxiousto BAUM BCH.DISO, LMOS ST., PALATKA. FLA. f BATES'Southern /

hishly:: Mp. tM colored man, was mar 2. I get Fair Dealing' Honest Weightand do, he says he hopes to have this Office Hour*. I to 12 a. m.: 2 to S po Dlo House i
little finished
elegant steamer and sup Music
ried Wednesday night to Miss Alice E. Measure. '
plied by Christmas, if possible, so as x
Thom *" at tint residence of the 3. They keep the most and Freshest to give an extended holiday excursionto ap22tfFOR r

fende. arty baodsooM presents were Vegetables in town. some select friends. Captain is a SALE PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED I'
given t.hef'OUpie by their friends, white man of his word, and a generous, big- *
and happy colored life who wish them a long and town.4. They keep the Best Butter in leaded enterprising gentleman, one of ON EASY TERMS i 1)1[n.AftlUiT.. R. oft CIIILDS. eataMWied OUR Hej TRAVELKO,*r ?

whom Palatka people are justly proud. MCLAUKY & KOWT03P8. He hta
Many white friends of the contracting 5. You can get Fresh Eggs there_ The desirable Property on corner of personal attention t Taainf wiI.lll\'e
parties received SOMETHING EXCELLENT I Pure New Two- Palatka and the nrroaBcUnjc covntrvft lsota
invitations and
and etreets.
KIrby Dodge
when no where else. ; SADDLERY AND HARNESS. Fim-daM Taaef. with much )erleno,,
were pGeorge. 6. They don't mark Hams bat! CEYLON TEA, imported from London, Story Dwelling, with water and gas musical people will ttnd It to Cb \t..e\ to
its faithful employe in :Mr. up England, by Rogers, Martyn & Co., supply, bath room and other con- Making and Repairing neatly done. Order secure W nicM. Palatka. October U
:Murphy't anon while the bride is well mark actual weight. veniences; fine Artesian Well, good promptly filled. -
up among fife( better class of colored 7. They don't Cut Prices, sell some Orlando. Comes In one quarter, one- Barn, Wood and Wash House, and BUGGIES.Agent* for ROAD CARTS WAGONS AND Oysters

people here. Truly, this may be termeda goods below cost and make up on half and one pound packets. E. S.X'tCK other valuable improvements.For LEMON STREET. . PALATKA, FLA Oysters !II

good match. others. the Grocer, sells this superior particulars inquire of OCt28-tf I

8. Their Stock is Complete, and article. H. W. FOWLER, Agent.
For At
Fresh and Choice Groceries, go everything sold at a Reasonable Profit. GRAHAM'SGO
HOOK for Ex-Confederate. A NEW ESTABLISHMENT !
to Padgett & Co's. 9. They buy from First Hands and

For lame back there is pay Cash, which enables them to sell OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, ) oc6tMANGOLD Bavin" rented the Building corner TO-

than nothing better Cheap. OLD SOLDIERS' HOME ASSOCIATION, > of Fourth and Lemon Streets, I will
to
saturate GRAHAM'SBakeryand
a flannel cloth
Chamberlain's with 10. Their Morning Orders are always TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 16,1892. ) soon have in operation a select stock
Pain.Balm and bind it delivered 10 o'clock in the morning.
by
of FRUITS and CONFECTIONS
M the affected At a meeting of the directors of the
parts. it and
Try you THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER VEGETABLES TAPLE and FANCY
wfll be Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Restaurant
surprised at the prompt relief. Home for the Old Soldiers and Sailors
GROCERIES CICARS and TO-
affords. The same treatment The Best Salve in the world for Cuts ,
will cure of the Confederate and
army navy BACCO, and solicit the patronage of "DOR YOUR OYSTERS. I AM Now p*- -
rbentaaUttn. Will this next week. TIeYiU :
For sale by Ackerman & Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, from Florida,it was resolved that offers occupy space my friends and the public. A Good .r PARING ft FIRST-CLASS RESTArKjUT
Stewart, druggists.The tell all about the New Stylesin when Ladle and Gentlemen can enjoy
Fever bores, Tetter Chapped Hands, from various localities, which may desire you Market in connection. LaDeh. qa

steamer Eliza Hancock, for Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- to have this institution located in Photographs-and a great many oc28-tf J. :M. DINGLE.
many a favorite tions,and positively cures Piles, or no other things relative to what he Is --- O. I.
years on the Jacksonville their midst, be solicited. Such offers Ro"-vtQIJ.
and Palatka pay required. It is guaranteed to give going to do during the Holidays. NUGENT'SPicture .
day-light service, has may be sent to the President A. J. <<
Perfect satisfaction,money refunded; Talk Block,Lemon Street.WHOLESALE ,
resumed her regular winter schedule, price 25 cents per box. For sale by Russell, Tallahassee, until January, Gallery gap UTAH.DKAUX XV

leaving Jacksonville at 7 a. n::., arriv- Ackerman & Stewart druggists. and after that to Jacksoeville, Fla. In I '
ia: at Pa1atka 2 m. She made her offer the !:E. %V. Ccoi-eeii FRUITS VEGETABLES Etc
p
first trip I "Are n't YOU ever going to grow old, accepting an board will consider LEMON AND FOURTH STREETS, PALATKA.T ,
Monday with
a good band of
musk aboard. The I like the rest of us?" asked a man of ease of transportation, travel and Solicit ft share of root patronage: so kind}*
steamer Pope eatEn Wagons, Carriages >nOTOGRAPH PORTRAITS VIEWS, ETC. ten him. All Frail, viein eaon. Appfe/
has beta pot on between Palatka an acquaintance he had n't seen for mail facility, and more than all, the _L in an Styka.PICrURF. <>ran re Banana*, Pear*, Lemon, Ltntem. /in*
and Dnyton. Island health of the BUGGIES, CARTS AND DRAYS ENLARGED TO AJrr sa>; Raisins,Nnu,eta bread, Cake and Ptei. V
,strengthening and some time. "Well, not so long as I location.A. TIN TYPES while TOO wait. oetd-tfWHAT'S A line of Beautiful Candies, fruit, etc., for
extendteg the service. Tats steamer can purify my blood with Ayer'i Sarsaparilla J. RrssxLL, MADE AND REPAIRED. Cnrteune*.
leaves Drayton Island at 7 a. m. con- ," was the apt reply. This President Old Soldiers' Home. nr-An Kind oC BUeknUthinr. Done"D Shor THE USE OF Price.Clean and Tobacco of Wfch grade and Low
Third,Palatka
necdes at Palatka 'oUoa. Shop,Lemon Street n* r
with the HancoL man knew what he was talking about. Florida. noll-tf Apple Cider-mada daily on tb* premises, warranted
Retuning; the Catfin leaves Palatka at 'oarteoa.It THROWING AWAY to be Port Apple Juice only. Alao Vina

230 p. m. arriving at Drayton Island is said that there are thirteen hungry CaUforaleGrape Juice. aol-tt

7 p. m. Baltimore and Flori- patriots in DeLana after Poet- Oxyn Those Old Shoes ? Fresh Baltimore and

DIED.-In this dty of consumption da Oysters, by the can master Howard's old shoes.-New Florida OYSTERS
-
A familiar he lne Smyrna Inlet. Cood for All Ailments. TITHES YOU CAN HATE THEM MADE: ,
it? It's and in bulk at Chas. ft* food a*new at BEN ROUDA'S,Acent,
pretty risky to neglect a cod or cough. Palatka sees DeLand thirteen and Put 09 In Tabole*. and U pleaaant to Uke. la Lemon Street,near Front,Palatka.MEN'S ceived Daily at CHAS.KUPPERBUSCH'S. t

One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant Kupperbusch's. goes.it at least one better. with several: packet*of Ue.and ,1 er.cL Sent by nail if .. <. :
safe and sure. P. F. Peek. fare*. MAO.OKOUQB rATTKJTT,,Aceat, < SHOES MADE AND SOLD. .
ftOtf outlying precinct to hear from.
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