Palatka weekly times
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 Material Information
Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1892
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054327
oclc - 33475273
notis - AKP2305
lccn - sn 95047303
System ID: UF00079946:00021
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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SPECIAL NOT lttb.'WArrrwA .
C5 White Girl for general .- ,
house work. Address, stating .
wages, MRS. S. E. PEcK, Pomona Fla. -oF- ;

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tSiz JICXDIUED DOLLARS to lendon "' .f
city property at eight per cent. :M :

Time, one to two years. Apply to YaiSai + NEW EALLwv; .GO OIDS;

GILLIS & GILLIS. nol22'BEsT > ..- .
FLOUR, A 1-At 84.75, -.: 17' ? .'
at URAINQEK'S Upper Lemon street. '. : -ATMcLarty '
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L'WANTED--Pupils for the Guitar f. : ; .
by a competent teacher. For partica n ,.. :
Ian no25-lm inquire of McLxucY & RoWTON. 11 '::/ : BrotliersfOur

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SHEET CELLULOID-Four shades, a .
McLAURY & ROVTON'8. no25-tf Stock is now almost Complete, and Ve are sbowing more Novelties and

Bargains than ever before. We will"only have room 10?-nUou a far Special
GrGo to Duane Bros. jor everything ties in this issue. s. *
lOLD you' want In the way of Fresh
Meats and Fish, Poultry, etc. mh21-tf

PAY IliOHEST PRICES for Confederate .: *
Girl ,
Money and Postage ..Stamps / 'p Cloaks of:,
Address, CIIAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, ,: .
Ga. no84 l .

,Co "TR4CTOn of Plasterjdg, Cementing Look Ont for :.. Fashion
Kalsomimdg and Repairioj "
Plastering. Work done to order and r + 4'
guaranteed satisfaction. AU orders .
l promptly attended to. SPECK'SHoliday &? FOR EVERYONE. ..
it. sep6 JOSEPH ADAMS, Pa'atka. r,

GrDuane Bros.' market Is always

[ ON A MINUTE. supplied Florida Meats.with Fresh Northern mh21tfMARKET.and Goods.An I"' 'A 1

Bro for First-Clae
Go to Duane
Meats, Poultry, etc. Everything first- ; UIIFUL1E
WHEN THE PUBLIC CAN GET class. Free delivery to all parts of the

., de34f Immense Stock of ..
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Th New' Bank. 1J ..
Elsewhere will be found the advertisement :0.," 'i..
of the Putnam National Bank) .
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FROM NEW YORK, WHEflE I of 1'alatka. The gentlemen connectedwith oats. Reeferand
well known 3-4
MADE CAREFUL SELECTIONOF this institution are so ng
ft :
that any comment on their reliability; : '
Babk is doing a prosperous business .
already, which is improving with
the of .
setting! every sun. I
Mr. Pace, the cashier, and Mr I i

WATCHESFrom Smith, the Vice-President rtay be .K. v JtYTHIN.G-. EYER.
found at the bank any time during : '
banking hours, and will be pleased to East'
he don't the hisGoods.
And want for :
entertain any one who may call, :: : .
$2 75 UP. The band has a paid up capital of before ....
$50,000 and is considered one of the Wait and see his Stock 'you Purchase.,
solidest In the state .
Diamonds ; :: : ': <.. ".
fcipans Tabnles banish pain. Bedford FINE Cords gee, Storm Serg ,
The Jualor Clnb.
[ua6,-Pins This assembly of enterprising young -;., SPECIALBlanke moth

athletes have changed their quarters .iit : : Silks and Vet-

And EingsJewelry. in the Moragne building, and now have .. ', < vets, and a
I,neatly fitted up, a club and sparring \ .\ .....;.), ,\,. "V> > '
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n.im. The walls are adorned with t '" ': ,;
pictures, representative of sporting in ers, '
its every form, and are tastefully ar J
ranged. The DOTS have great times and Fashions.
almost every evening,and some "of them ... r
OF IHE FES EST QUALITY. have become quite erperinced in the
science ot sparring. That's rlght.boy's, S. KENNEBLY; ..

have a rood time while you can: The -. ... NG
Imported exercise will do you good, and may *
prove a great advantage at some future WHOLESALE AND RETAILER IN -, <

Marble Clocks. time. _._ ; s .'
Three-pound Can Tomatoes,10 cents, Hardware Stoves : '"
lit Gnln er's. _
Servleea M the Baptist Church Sander.; Tinware Paints Oils Leeds
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. tOl'0yr .

Onyx Clocks.WATCHES and 7:30 p. m. Subject for morning: Varnishes 'Builder's' Material .
Holiness. Evening: "Conversion.
its Means and Te ls." Snndf.y'Schoolat BRUSHES; nOUSE-FURNISHIi} GOOD, FINE TABLE and POCKET PRICES. .
9:45 a. m. Prayer tneetiag every
Thursday evening at 7:3Q. Let every CUTTLERr.: Atso.i, AQEXT ;JORSTOVES ',< Its- the Dry Goods Business,,and, '.
one in Palatka consider themselves ._" .( Buying o .. il to offer these Inducements
personally invited to all of our ,ser 't ... deg you ,..- ; :"
vices. Unconverted people,and those One Lo a .:, amels' Hair Dress Goods, Regular'
FROM $2.75 UP I who are in any war concerned about .''1 ..' .
their .sours salvation, especially' In. t,_ at f ar Price, 50 cents.

IMPORTED MARBLE CLOCKS. rlted to the evening cervices. J" One Lot o .Lrooi; Crepe Cloth, Latest.StjIes' ,Beautiful
Pastor. : A. Regular Price, $1.:25: ; Oar Brice, 85 cents.
imut CETLOX TEA-A oeticions One Lot of .,AU ol Henrietta, in All the Leading Shades Regular -
Hare also added a New Line .of Price, 85,cents; Our Price, CO ants.
Savor! Something new in.Florida. Imported '
ART POTTERY AXD BBIC-A.I3 AC specially from London, England y One Lot Of Changeable Drew GooMs, a Great 'Novelty, Regular

COTAL DRESDEN CHINA, for Rogers, Martyc '&. Co., job*. I s '. Price, 50 cents; Our Price, 35 cents;;

In After Dinner Coffee Seta and En- ben, Orlando. .Eo g.NECK, ,:. Just Received, A Beautiful Line of "The Styles"in Eiderdowns
oc2S- Agent in Palatka. -they are just the things for the Little Ones
gagement Cups.A : a Prices from 48 cents to 75 cents.
No supper should be served: In'Pa- uBe
NICE LIKE. Or atka. to-night Lei; every one attend sure to look at our New Assortment of the New Styles of. Silks,
Surahs, Changeable Goods; Fraille,Ottoman, Armurs, etc. We" -.
the ladies of
he the
VIENA ARTWARE. |supper given by ___
Baptist Church. ., '.-. .; __ ,our Prices equal to Kew York Prices. /
VASES.elhin HEWSOX. PRACTICAL TAILOR.- Full lone of White and Gray Blankets. We'give yon a 10-1 DoubtVbite
D \ Blanket for only UO. Comforts from 05 cents 1to 000. We c/
( ; New in Italian Marble Jla received,direct from the manufacturers Save you Money in these Goods. '

ry and Vases, Jewel Cases, and in England,the best assortedlot We have the Nobbiest Line of Millinery ever shown in Palatkr "
of fine Woolen Cloths ever brought
Novelties.I can make kind,of a hat desire, and the Pripthe
Y9U any yon guarantee
to W,.town, which he will make to
order at the lowest pnce. Cutting Lowest In Palatka. > ,' _.\. f :., /
We show the Latest Novelties in Babies' Ca'pePriceslfiA
and n't .
done with
RILES accuracy a guaranteed 't jyrr. w
'Bs airing neatly done. In to 100. /. ; :-;/
Ikkman-Kenneriy, Block, up stairs. We consider it a plealure to show you through'our,lip

".F-A nmn JEWELER.XJEMOX no25-tf s let you judge, of the Bargains we will give you.. ;
A' lIIIpleW Equipment. '

BTEEET.: Through the courtesy of Dri GeorgeE. .; ". ... X. IUE "(f
Welsh, we were shown yesterday. - '
,- Lemon ;
number of Instruments kept in the office : -- .
\r ctd ETST7 Dal at 11 a.ss.from attention all mail
r at Wash1n too. mra of Cyrus Welsh.. They are plentiful and RANGES, WITH WIRE GA'CIK OVJK Doons.AGE Prompt. .". given to orden:1
and costly,and vary from the plain .
forceps to tha finest electrical apparatus FO&- ...,y.
a manufactured. This firm KM ta their .. 'GROWERS, ATTENTION! A regular sups 4y -
possession instruments that caaaot be STEVENS BROS. &Coy ...' key, boiled ham, orzg.-.l s
lund elsewhere in the Florida medical I am Manufacturing a SUPERIORQuAtrrr salads of all kinds,pickles and c

profession.To make a lose.tory short, FIRE BRICK.Starrett's of HARD WOOD ORAXOE will be furnished this (Fridav

they hare instruments and skillful with which the BoX: SIDES, which are going at from by the ladies of the Baptistfor
most complicated operations
,1' be performed. Y 3 to 4: cents, f. o. b. Just think! It the small sum of twenly-fi
may The ladies are trying to raito
The office of Cyrus, & Welsh hasrecentiTbeen Carpenters'FLvE will pay TOO? M. H. DALTON. build new parsonage.
: thoroughly and .
refitted, and now presents a yew: neat \ :' 'TO LS. ,":' ; Putnam County has many and varied Do not allow yourself to
appearance. These physician*bclievfcIn resources of wealth undeveloped and
'.vi' ., on by the many novel sentisiag
a place for everything,and they delight
THE FIRE CLAT. we by the opening of our Immense -
Int keeping everything in splendid<< -- WPE : ; propose new and untned 10
order and in the-.proper place. Thedoctors *..GUARANTEED PRICE, OX CAR-LOTS Trade Edition of sixteen pages, remedies; but slick to th
will be. pleased to entertain ... *...:-.l W'nists. to point out IOm<
any. one who may honor them with Carpenters and/M li> I. : ,,4' easy reach, whereby this wealth can cure for all affections of ti I.

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ne eztenaea nu nana; and MM. MT; wno wan ye saupposwr" was me OUR WASHINGTON LETTERWAsiIls'oTos NNNN.e.........
v / /- Clonan shook it warmly, but with deprecating > answers to Miss dsy's great dread. -,

_ shake of her head. When hei "An, by th same token'. not goin I D. C*, November 2.). t,

owriwwtvrithdrainti. new .... pi.4giltterella am. but eos-iijn'

- It..... w1llcla.Qo- "fin,.1fa tie countersign woman?" -Democratic Senators and Repre senu .i.; .
4F Manely: "Dave I tV vltuuf But I'm not to be lives are already quite numerous iQ .

- "Ishtokape this fury* I sea. sort- shtopped by iny want Gin'ril Bond, Washington, and of those here at least I : RICULATC: THE

she asked, f Innocently."No town, sid I'd take I
crth' me three-forths have expressed themselvesas { i STOMACH LIVER AND BOWELS,
for McKee d ...
; yourself, answered free all ondlsthurbed.SOT. j.
rK uiddy changing the subject "Be fare ." favoring an early extra session of I : PURIFY THE BLOOD. '

and keep well out of sight till I com*." "Have you the countersign?",again the Fifty-third Congress for the purposeof : A RELU81E REMEDY FOR

"But do bethLJdn yere alit errin, same gruffly from the darkness dealing with financial and tariff mat- I : ..,.......Bar................c..tE
theroman answered '* h8re I've : f.ri...Dr.ses...c:......u.e.T........
or, quietly.: some a-v it, was the re- ters. The reason given in most casesis 1Maa.... Saa c:_........ >> I
"Tbtrs clothes boot far Tint; an' shuas pZy, and the driver nudged Miss, Clay : Ore..lr. Sea.tly.ad 7..P7.
that it is a custom of long standing I .t1,0.eistw
Ida not kaptn a bhank. She laid the as the fur glove went deep into the ample et....h. u-...... a...

eagle on the table quietly, as she addedeT pocket and drew forth a goodly with- Congress that about one year i = ==

); always Biddy to hilt tit mactiu, flssk. T* the girl's wonderment tt should elapse from the time a new tariff : a.t.w hr dr.eth.a a. GMt a.d"rrMre

< T it*tr+fa.ppavllrpMD re&a SII5) iriiwCHAPTER LICAI6lIB't an' his friad ( meet way whia theysshpilin went straight to the owner's mouth, a law is enacted before it goes into effect, .a-II'elM__AtnaJ A Urmm saw .s brnaa
sotae dirty Jhob o* this blue gurgling swallow, a resounding smack : THE MIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
circles and
order to
several at to, in
two wigs, pairs near/ tag give
XLA coats! But it doesn't nade payin' MaryConan and a strong odor of brandy filling the : 1PJLt'CZ rnCu: nw TOU cir!
a lot of pads and female busts, and numerous its manufacturers an opportunity to make .
HOOT'S pots of paint-ehoeen most will
With eqns'ly rapid step but far Ifght- he mouth abet May th' Holy Mither blissyerths4ckM1athezWW Post number over! preparations for the change that

"..,heart, Willie McKee strode through.tbe care.paased Packing noiselessly them into into the a street valise,and an' shpeed huh called the Impatient sentry, as his musket prevent any loss by reason of reduction W. & W. M, DAVIS, 1

bitter night towards his own home. regained Meredith's house. He entered I kin nivner techtotr"Certainly rattled tea'charge.." made in the duties. So that even ian 4

---' The troets were quits deserted, the without ringing, and softly opened the you cant! Forgive my There was sound of feet approaching extra session be called in April it ATORNEYS AT CAWHickmanKenneriy
weather, keeping indoors all not forced awkwardness McKee cried at a run; then the thick voice Jed -
Mary grow
door of the sitting-room. The old bach will be in the neighborhood of a year ;;
totbe bat; and as he sped along, the elor was stretched at ease in his great : with a deep blush, invisible under his "Vot fur roe you yelling, Shoncs Block Lemon Stre
youth hummed snatches of opera- leathern chair smoking-jacket pigment. "But it was not intended for Hat you found somedings ain'd id?" and a half after Mr. Cleveland is inug- Palatka. Ra. .2-t)
a warm
bouffe. enveloping his sturdy frame. ,and his 'pay only little present. Anyway] ,"Challenged, and no countersignT urated before the people can begin to

Suddenly a broad glare of light fell slippered feet stretched cosily to the hall remember your help and trwriyour the sentry replied."DismouncC realize any benefit from tbe Democratic 'E. E. HASKELL

upon him from the hall of the Union fire his huge meerschaum filling the loyalty alwaya" wend, und geefe d rgoundertme reform of the tariff. Surely that is long ,

dub. As its door opened a slight room with fragrant dreanv4ndadngclouds. Us shook hands again with the-_- the corporal'ordered., for the to continue to L "
throwing his lantern enough people .A. V"V "Y E :a.OmcK8ecoD4
above his
man, in a military overcoat, ran down who In the to bead
From visions he w.v an. paused doorway say?
the Facing the any and dimly showing the two women bear the burdens imposed upon them ---
steps. moonlight, the aroused by the quiet : "Thim pockita be dape, Masther Carroll oa Bout
query the street, oppcsirtf
men recognized each other."GoodeveninglJaj. an' th"nlght'.cowld. Ye'd bethev trap. by the McKinly law. Court

Bond" "Wnd ye wid be afther bite 0'pitnMn a cap Or cI be puttin'; a flask o' summat in 'eas. ,I* "Wudn't ye come an' git it, Misther But there is another matter that is p.u..un. !U'1U1'.t.n .
taT, now, a shopper Xre.utr. the
"Good evening, Jlr. McKee Walking won't be the first perhaps; en' UH' b* wee unmilitary rejoinder. than the tariff-
wad rather wait fur that shrimp, even more pressing!
towards home Ill Join And ye TV likes d ye. be thraUn1 ladies: wid
you Willie to naded, beyacL" the almost immediate need of the Government TY"S
McKay, coojo- shmall ooneiddyrayshin, : Wkaat -
Cropping into step, the federal officer .
If she hasn't head ads
went on, In seeming innooanoec Mllave "Why Mary, how dare yon- The "DamnWl longer wad the gin'ril beyant gin ns ttr for money to meet. the enormous -

Hot seen you for 8e't'eZ'aI day, .. Been cried devils ..Is he that tweed yet',"Whj Willie man Carroll what edith and truer exclsJmed heart than, as meet the meal"door closed.Mir ,pass, be stiyin ur slob thratementr"Coons ,obligations incurred by the Republicans CEL Bu tEn \

tucking agalnr"No is the matter Tow look. gm*. a "Mix for yourself, Willie. There are dot vaggon the down und Beef dergonnderzinei" ;and it is not believed that tbe Pianos end \
since I
not Stet
mother; ,has been rather saw you sick McKee My ghost for all your nonsense.* flasks and demijohns galore in the sideboard growled back. "Coom down like der Republican; majority of the.Senate will;

"It was not nonsense; only serious ; but yours truly bar not ev.a de'1fe1 faelr be patriotic enough to drop their intense
answered readily "Splendid weather peeped into it since he broke his word.rjU for Catalogue; .address
the returned.
for ducks, too. The shooting will be .practice younger man "Dismount If you have the word** partisanship and aid in this matter during

splendid to-morrow." If I can fool you OaWoU, I think I may risk Carolyn day whispered low the present session of Congress; DANIEL F. BATTY waoeins(t.n. N. oJME
the blue toes
"Are you going to them? I'll -ooate. roe esa. "M wQ tot the return t
try gti equickly t Mar a was whisper, they don't care how much trouble tbe
10u a permit," the, major replied,, rath- '' mpUdtrtrr with the addition aloud: "Here Ube, 'RhoessWkAKNEuvors. ;;;:
wrBi veeves: into after it shall have
i s> eft 4t country gets IUTATK1) who ia ,
tor It seemed t the already'erar'ned Mishter Dutchy, writ by the gin'ril allover f ny and
he reply "Dai what passed iato Democratic hands. Notwithstanding Imorance liar trifled awar their
Baltimorean Bat he aclW'eJ'ed.utura1Jyt th' !
paper I Tleor BODY. M1S1J nd .MAN
Hesitant between newly-learned diaeipline the continued assertions of : Ituob, ceusing tcrrU>i drains '
:I Dromios with her, I I the wells of tie.
"No but thanks all the apea Ilc ; sam; 't McKee answered, and the glamour of oftrepeatedtitle Secretary Foster that there will be no Backset Dreadful Urram, weaktxs,4 Memory

leave my mother. her trusts, ..b.N Jovel the green non-commish.. advanced deficit in the Treasury during the cur Pimples upon the face and all the 2Geetsteacing
:: y nearly
ent is called suddenly am cautiously towards the peering j to early decay,Co.wmpti'.n.Kinsansend Itr,
illness of her daughter Sh has before she goes wagon rent fiscal year, many prominent Democrats for llooK ()- Ll-E,(1Ir&Jed,free stilt
keenly under his uplifted lantern. particulars of a home(cur. oe'e'ch >, rAT
Slight; BO I must stay and Grasping the extended paper, he read it believe there will be. The reason DR. PARKER, MO N. ( Iwrrymy
the leader of Tena..
nurse to her sub t1tut..&." be mbby laboriously with one ,eye while tryingto for this belief is that the officials of *- ativi.k
great >
S "Well I shall be glad t side fix the other on the two women. this administration can, if so disposed,
permits," the other salt, "Dot all rid.he said at WOMEN wh bar headaches,
at any time. Really, theynecessary handing vos back the popes. "You length mof, withold upon one or another pretext ITofus Backaches and, NenralKiaa.Painful MeiMtma.UOHA hcaotjr.,
the of that S I C}K{
now, but may be broceed." payment many large sums Disorder and Irt.pt_
It, pigment fall menu of the Womb and Sexual
meat Call on me ritho< The aside and will due between now and the
stepped facing
a er sentry Organs.Barrenncfw, F>meorrbflm,
Sam something of a hauls- IiYtV'III coming to a "carry," but the cart did fourth of March next, leaving them to dbonld tend for WOMAN'S BHiK OF LIFE,
"Indeed? Wish I had ro > (sealed), free, with particulars fur home car*.
and Miss trembled lest
noes.sty. not mor ( day be liquidated by the Democratic Administration No CUBS No PAV.ScienUaa .
yore, McKee answt the gulp from the flask had done its but the QtwliflcaUon. rnllmited Experience .
'However, better lat* work. not leaving moneyto Careful iagnoU and Honest Kepr.
1, shall be glad to have do it with. Indeed, it is the general Mutations are the secrets of oar racoeM. Address -
vhat for W. ...D..
line. "Veil you was vaidlng? the C. PARKER
'toext trip. Here's my d belief that the deficit would exist today my 1M Cberrr. NathTille.Tena.
"Thanks. Good tulkaid for corporal asked Impatiently, slappinghis except for this policy of delay in

muttering, as J aide.nbles. .. arms for warmth. meeting payments- which has been in I
"By me aowt.1'f/N a dariinT was the fof DEFORMITIES !
No harm in hIm vogue two years or more. In-any i
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fee's hilAaTede : -- .: retort. "Didn't ye ask fur it-fur event it cannot be much longer stayed lfalr
as big a /< i CTOM )ETWI, Up Curnture of the Spine
were mistaken; AI ? some av th' counthry sign?" And the off, and all admit that it will probablycome I Club Feet Hip Joint Disease and all Dd_ -
driver extended the in full ties of the hands, Arms Leg and Feet,tad
(Suddenly he turns XXTKXDXD BUS BUD.JID MBS. CXOMAJt flask lightof daring the next. fiscal year. I
callv cored.
Wk to McKee, Itn XKee SHOOK IT WAJUO.T. the lantern adding "Ye naden't re How to met this is the most pressing

bile familiar night-la -. xbr.1fire fuse. It do be the'tee craythurth ." question with which tbe Democratic
oMtlmea,with Peyton PKahugh. By DISFIGUREMENTS.,
"By the way. Mr > the have seen him llineer8unda1' 1V puckering lips and a quick:glance Administration and Congress will haveto
Carroll Meredith? way yon towards his inferior, the new levy lowered deal next year. If it can be temporarily Saperflnotu Hair Win Marts )(01ete..
morning, at the prisoners'l1ne
""Carroll Why Clonan his light seized the flask and took met in some way until the new paiawmlr' and perfectly removed. Send for
but not.laterMcKee answered. valuable treatise on the aoo ,
bachelor of the townPendenniA reflected in one huge gulp, wiping his mouth on his new tariff can get into working order C. W.PARKER M.D..
Ma. ,' j 1 bother titAbalL "I suppose he's loafing about the Flail overcoat cape as he handed it back. and the Democrats get an opportunityto m)1l- 340 N.( TeDD. --
when he should be in Virginia,fighting." _
h1mr "Yere not. afther bain mane end to lop off the extravagant ,expenses of
ht Meredith growled. leave out parthner?" the owner of the Government and reduce expenditures DOWN ME* and Wf>-
"No only heard yer
"No he hasat showed at the club BR9JEN 1oIE.'I'.u1I' Iran any
hunter, too?"' ; the liquid asked. "It do be cowld end. to a Democratic basis of economy DISEASE, can secure A
since that .don't abuse
"A Nimrod," that lin. l nighDut. him ,Fm thinldn', to make'm nade a dhrop." everythiug will be all right as the low- valuable wot It oa their affliction (nealed)free
very the nova Carroll. Hell turn up all right, I guess. ered tariff will certainly add many millions and learn bow they can be cured at borne, by
Something I heard tonight mates me Again in the struggle between died* writing 1)R.PARKER A CO,310NCsaaar 8T,
ugttly "the best shot eur plane and natural good-nature discipline to the customs receipts of the NASHVILLE,Tune. Better writ to-day: delaysare
of a fly In all Marylan', think Fitzhugh is game. went down and the German Government. It is because of this dangerous. Plea** state your trouble and
"I hope so." the other retorted. "But that number of how lone afflicted. my-
hunter yon must meet hi stepped off into darkness. A quick knowledge quite a
in and have a nip before Mosby and, Stuart need 'men iU: the grounding of arms a pause; then he reappeared prominent Democrats favor issuing
aazne.- bonds low of interest for the THE
lie threw the door again wiping his own month at a rate
Then for two hours the men talked that will be needed
the hall gas and for as he returned the flask. money absolutely ,
earnestly over roads,routes and cutroffs instead of increasing present tax
unionist foot had paaeed any
foine foineP he said in
Keo's jealous threshold. In the country, McKee never once drop- "Dot roe or adding a new one. It is a very Interesting
ping into natural speech but using friendly confidence. "Now you'VaI1'1'ee and a important
; "Try that brandy, W'diningroom. eves very ques- Stearns Wind Mill
"My father acct Mary donan's brogue and manner, too C1& tion and no fears need be felt that tbe

thirty years ago. WedontMary the eliciting his friend's frequent praise on "Shure an' I will"dariinl It's none best plan, all things considered, will

Clonan must have left 1 his capital acting too warrum here was the answer. not be adopted. .

"' "Mi&s Clonan has good And just as the clock struck three, "An, be th' same token. 111 shpare a Representative Fitch, chairman of enuliiyyt

'major said eflp Hng hUfe' Mr. Carroll Meredith's shooting trap, the Douse committee wbo is engaged):
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nigh of aatir faction. "I dri drawn by his best horse, turned slowly dhrop asth'counthry; sign" till th next in investigating the methods of the no-

judgment: 'c cjgnac. like that is no into Mr.: Gray's large yard, the host wan of yez as shtops'me. orioua John I. Davenport, Chief U. S.
"Dere roe bud sine more bickid, the
of Elections for New York
found often." himself again swinging the key that Supervisor ,
man replied. "Dey vill shtand der Nord wrote Secretary Foster early tbis
""Miss" Clonan Is a reliable gt' otho imprisoned the sleeping servants opening road on, der mill close by." him not to or weekl

mother of about sixty," the other bebest the gate. He stared with equal our "HI shpake to 1m beyant Pllsint asking Davenport's accounts pass for pay until '
'turned with a laugh. "She is prise and doubt at the buxom woman dhrames. darlin't'The expenses List
the committee could examine them.
.errant whose daughter's illness kee& r ait aR handling the reins so like an expert horse trotted merrily by the
This brought; Davenport to Washington -
me from the duke By the way, she3 "Aisy, darlin. TeVe no nude to lookout dimly-outlined sentry, and the deep in double-quick; time. Ills objectIS
leaves at dawn and as said the OT, Th''shtrat all clear" the driver
; you r his eom- ; sigh of relieved suspense burst from the to get his accounts approved and paid

{wsses might be needed, would you S8.incb, ataading to said, making an easy turn to face the lips of Carolyn Clay, as they sped onward before the committee gets at them,
mind giving her one?** he added, )t 7 gate. "Be me cowl, I do be forgetthint through the gloom. otherwise be knows they will be largely

ally, as he refilled the major's glass. rrice.int1t,. 'terminated In Hera's a note fur th young miss MistherMcKay's "Why did you delay sot she &asked cutdown. One thing may be put down ascertain
"She may Detd It." the latter answered t-.c ita, drawn on for soft co." last "It
\\). at was very risky.: : ; when the first session of the
conrteouftlyt, 111 write her wad .lese depended an Then dead silence reigned, a* the "Simply to ascertain which fork of Fifty-third Congress adjourns, whether

cue, anyway; for her presence of mind amP1 C' .jofthe day draped master of the house took' the note in. the road to take. Miss Clay. it be extra or regular, there will be no

In leaving that cognao out. lie took with darVjMHWiral and a massive paa- soon reappearing with two shadowy "Willie McKeer The girl's amazement such office as U. S. Supervisor of Elec-

*out a pass-book andy began to write. ier of stiff orle l1ne. Selecting a heavy figures one heavily mu Jed. even then did not raise her voice tions. The lightest strongest,most durable

Better make It for h rwlf and dangh- gray wig of woman's hair, he quickly There was .a long clinging emhaa, In the exclamation. The local Democrats aided by thous- baa been built and in constant use for I

ter:eh? She may wish to move the adjusted it, combing the bands low and then Carolyn Clay whispered: 'At your service," he answered ands from the neighboring States of years, has stood the test of time, !i. I

girl later. over his forehead and twisting the ends ""Words cannot say what I owe;you, cheerily. "The adjutant general lied Maryland and Virginia,are tonight; con suitable for all classes of work. Ask 1

The pass given the major ushered out in a tight knot Bess-and him Think of It. dear., tome: I did not expect to meet any ducting the largest political demonstnu for illustrated matter giving description .

With courteous pressure to call again As he stepped back for final view, the with God's blessing, within three daysI pickets. But we have struck the south ion ever seen In Washington, and the of our wheel made with mailable

tat the door eagerly locked behind him woman reentered with her ample 8.a- shall kiss mamma and my poor little fork now; it's not picketed evidently; jam of people on Pennsylvania Avenue iron fellow, strongest and lightest

DlcKee sped softly up to his own apartments day gown and a poke bonnet of unusual Falrfaxr"Goodby and you TrtlUbe safe at old Pete's cabin are wild with enthusiasm and the air wheel in the trade.

OBoe there he opened that arc depth and flagrant in decoration darling Cam. May He before stinrise." full of brilliant fireworks.Mr. We build all sizes of both power and

of green and yellow flowers. Besides, watch over and take yonsafely to them. .Cleveland's alleged remarks expressing pumping mills, general Wind Mill sup
she carried a ponderous pair of corsets, Willie says you can trust the woman [TO BE CONTINUED.] his disgust for office-eetkers, plies of all kinds Tank work of every

with ample waist. Implicitly." which were published here a few days kind a specialty. Goods are fully guar-

"Mither of love but ye do be ,a fine "I do, dear; ten him aol! OcoeVbyf BEATTY'S PIANOS AND OKGAKS. ago helped many a Republican officeholder anteed.
copy!" she cried, admiringly. "Yerbid's God bless you and him! God bless Hon. Da&iel F. Beatty, the great to enjoy his Thanksgiving din Will give farmers and others wholesale
Organ and Piano manufacturer, is him feel that he prices where we have no agents J
a darlin knot aq' aU; but th1m ner, by making was
ligs an' that waist shpoOs the slm- Mother straining of the girl to her building and shipping more Organsand secure In his office. Democrats gene Send for our large 72-page Dlustra j

r mUhryl There," she added adjusting heart, a long,sisterly Idas,and Carolyn Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. rally, who believe that when the peopleof Catalogue;: and mention this paper.

t the corset 4shlip Tm fT' a few towelsto day was on the, seat by &ersteaafguide and Beatty[ left his home indomitable a penniless will plow-boy he has, the country voted by such an over- Address all correanondence to the J

fill out th' waiath sort Look at him ,, and Mr. Gray taoiting in the by whelming majority for a change they
nowpMcKee 1iea.-1'Obea.needful thai fins slut night. worked his way op so as to sell so far did not mean merely a change in the STEABKS MANUFACTURING

Then out quietly into the still nearly 100,000 of Beatty'a Organs andTianos PresIdency[ and in the beads of departments
selecting a massive pair of street" since 1870. Nothing seems to line mh25rtf ConnemUle, Ind.,U
them in slowly over echoing stones throughmoonleei ,but a change all along the
pads, was deftly fixing place dishearten him' obstacles paid in his Clevelandever
; loath believe that Mr.
bitter cold the are to
with pins. hn&tiBgtraprattled
safety would
way, that have wrecked any used the language attributed to I. L. 7E'urcATTORNE
'$ow shlip th'dries ever yet'hldJ* lightly: the pace mending M ordinary man forever .he tarns to an
him. A. B.
"Walt bit. I must secure my figure they neared Ch., outskirta aad the impatient advertisement and comes out of it .

first,,," he answered, struggling into a horse given hi*head,broke IntoCarolyn tighter than ever. His instruments COX8C5IPTIOX CURED.

tight net shirt, and pulling it down his swinging trot as is well known are very popular and
snugly so as to round his artificial ,day, wrapped La dosecling.Ing are to be forma in all parts of the An old physician,retired from practice And Coueelle atiLw.opposite

amplitude into natural curves. Then ,thought and once more joyous in her world. We are informed that daring haying had placed in his hands by Hot..

the dress slipped on, the hooks fastened MD.seof freedom gained, was as, silent the next ten years he intends to sell an East India missionary the formulaof rrFm practice la an Courts.A' .

and the poke bonnet in place-the for awhile as was the careful driver;but 200,000 more of his make, that meansa a similar vegetable remedy for the

masquerader strode heavily into the as they left houses far behind and business $20,000,000 if we average speedy aiH permanent cure of Consumption l

sitting room bowled along the country road aha them at $100 each. It is already the Bronchitis,Oftarrb Asthma

"An' I'm afther thlnkm it do be turned to her mute oompanion: largest business Of the kind in exist- .and all Throat and Lung Affections

time forbid MastherCarrolL" le said "You seem to be a good driver." ence. Send to Daniel F. BCattv, Wash.Ington.N'ewJersey also positive and radical cure for Nervous -

.. with deep bat laborious courtesy."Greitr" hure; IYe druv him afore. Th' for Cataoue.: Debility and all Nervous Complaints

cried Meredith, glancing beastie knows the hand o*me." was the after having tested its wonder

U from counterfeit to reality. "Mary's quiet reply ful curativepowers in thousands of

GBAJTD LXKJC, MJLSr;" MXCB very self Willie that would be a tri- "Is there any chance of meeting patrols INTLRLACHENReal cases, has felt it his duty to make it Caveats sad TradeMarks oltatieens
umph for burlesque.Iledad ." on this roadr* the girl agaia ) Estate I known to his suffering fellows. Ac- bmunees eoadneted for Mader

aAm Mary shmella a rat; and Tm queried, after pause., Agency tuated by this motive and a desire to sad Ow we an.erurn OIIce Is*o".a.patent ia U.ICM S.Pa tremote

oly of holies-containing thinlon' It do be safe to thrust th'shpai --mnU a guard" was:the response. Offers tor sale for the Season of 1803B relieve human suffering, I will send from WMhiarton.
outfit. Costumes tights he 'Th' addijjittint-ginevB!! towld me-byth free of to all who desire It Send model drawing w p
t av her!-Mary, turned gravely to Oxlxcrc GEOTES,COTTAGES, WILD charge tics. W* ad.I.a, .bi
cloaks, wigs, beards, her-"if Pm going to a baQ or a funeralUtnatca same token Mia&er McKay--thotth LADs, &c.BENTS this: recipe, In German.French or English OwtoBotdMt ttpuacbam. 1 p

nberless pots, pans and no difference; but I want yon *road was clear- Cottages, Clears Laud, puts with full directions for preparing A PamttJet."How to Obbtai

it* and colors for to keep clcsely hi the, bare until re-: "Halt Who goes theNr'rang oats out Groves. Estimates of cost given and using. Sent by mail by address rimes town,feU of actul fr..Client Address*la youC.A.SNO

revealed in well- tern your clothes I know I can trait challenge from the darkness directly la on application. Address ing with stamp, .naming this paper.A. .

'Jon. Quickly his prae- you and Ism, truly grateful for yoor. front; and the driver's great Jar gloves LO1T ALLEN BK., A. NOTIS, 820 Power9 Block, '

the wholeaelcting trouble and.willing hefe.* __ rested against the aasde boat, as the not Interlachen,Fla. BccAuUT, N. ;y e .. OMLe is P... 011..wa
F hone was petted mp short 'Who goes

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LLIANCE DEPARTMENT. !I has "expatriated" himself theiefrom; I County and City Directory. }
either fallen off canesely or left it because Must Be Sold FuRNIT-URE ,STORE!

hIs Depatttnent is, conducted by he deemed Its teachings or prac- .
tices incompatible with LU (liolifical belief COmiTY OITICEB8: I dIt .Ji. "y--t .
MORRIS Lecturer who
m County will speedily unite in the Record li"ftfl '>;"' : ,
grandest I judge Criminal Court of
lODe responsible for its utterances. effort ever yet made by suffering hu- Gllfis,EIq. :.'( i"r

manity. An effort which if successful County Solicitor Joseph H.Spafford. 'LNTEN1iING TO CONTINUE IN :MY HUSBAND'S UUSINESS

must hasten the day when the lion I Qerk-J.JT.: BlackweO.:
.Ijstion'Men rightly are ag never as when likely they to settle discuss a shall lie down with the lamb (outside Judge County Court-Joseph L Baldwin Ksq.: will say to the People of Palitka and Putnam County, that they wilj} find at this[

of turn) and when U'ere shall! be none I RARE BARGAIN !N'ST.AUGU8TL County Commissioners C. Butler Chairman -
.reeJ.r.u1IacaWar. RELIABLE
no,pot one, to make the humblest 011 T.N. Gander L.U.orpA.: H. 8. Stinton OLD FURNITURE STORE a fall line of ,

humanity afraid. L. M. E.I .w.4. Bowen. Th Board meets the Ant '

DIRECTORY or THE ORDER. Tuesday each month. .

As a member of the Alliance and Clerk Circuit Cow,-Frank Wright. Chamber Suits ;
STATE OKOAJTIZATlOir.lesldent North of San Marco Hotel, near Sheriff-James H. Shelley.

.... ....A. Raskin,Anthony Pla.I also as favoring the aims of the People's JudgeOCooper'. residence and the County CoQector-Frank H.Blanchard.t.

oe President..-D. W.Adams, Tangerine,Fla.isr7 1 under the Shell Road County Treasurer-B.L LUienthaL.
Party was
possibilities a highstuddedhouse
.. ..3..A..Moore, I'ensaoola,t1& two-story,
anru . .. ....C.8. Tonne,Orleans, FU of the time-fully satisfied with the of 9) rooms; built by a Northern County Asuessor-W.H.WIBiama. Window Shades *
tnrel'. ....A. W. Weeks Cbl$ y, FlaT Supervisor of Registration IL Merryday. Lounges,
success of the President-elect, on the carpenter of the best material) for his BOARD OF PUBLIC DfSTRUCTlOX. '

ttXAM OOUJITT o&OASIZATTOrr 8th ult. lie is inferior to Double .
surely own occupancy. piazza, ce- F. Ackerman. QvairmanJohn H. Harp
p. Mattresses.PICTURES
lownaend W. Ralph, vice, president president,, Hnntinctsa HoUister; Mrs.; O. L.A. the President incumbent, in either mented cistern grounds: contain collection John P. Wall. Alex. Strauss Secretary. Bed Springs, 1

rhiteomli, secretary-treasurer, MeXrose; Lewis natural or acquired ability; nor is he in. of semi-tropical trees. Only Superintendent Board of Public Instruction ; J
llorrts, lecturer, Pslatka.SUBORDINATE. .
$1,900) $tuU deb balance $10 A.Strauss.
ethical or patriotic sentiment. In any FRAMED .
LODGES. month, at ;3 per cent. interest. COn- ,
comparison he is In no danger of being venient to good boating *nd tl hiDg. Mayor-Martin Griffin! Jr. -

PALATKA. I the loser, while In one respect,at least, i If you want a home or a sure invest- Aldermen-Win.R DeWitt President; S. J. Hoping to receive'the same patronage given my husband I SHALL GIVE :
C L Ron-ton President: Joseph Price, Bec- he fairlv leads. in that which is 'essential ment in the Ancient City don't neglect Kenf erly, Wm. hen G.W.Baasett A. Usina ,

AX JtATEO.B. 1 to the bead of great people of a this. GEO. 11. CUAPIN &; CO., P. A- Pratt Joseph It. Dunn Samuel Lyon, ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION. *,.
1 great Republic. Being afflicted witha St. Augustine and Boston. Robert Riles,A.T. Capes, L L. PnrccllJ. S. ALL +
J. Wells, president; O. R. Thacber, 8<<'- quieter and less obtrusive quality of LaRoche George Foster. .

|retarr piety he will have less difficulty In the City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price. I

PSCITLAAD.Fw. conduct of an earthly government; CoDector-)[.W. Stewart. : ;. :E_' 'RR..R .:

M. WUllams, Pruitland; L. II. Tucker, will doubtless be influenced in his official Treasurer-R.J.Adaru., ;

[ & I conduct more by mundane than "HACIENDA" THE OLD MASTER'S Chief of I"obce-.Jolw W.nl.PIl.ft

BOLLISTKJU supermundane considerations. All this Chief Fire Department).K.Gay. DALTON -BLOCK, PALATKA, FLA. .
O. W.Motes, reslde11t.lanDTIDf S.F.Baxter PLANTATION. ,
secretary, Mannville. being true, I regret to see the following BE.'l ltVOLQ'r1> OTHER: SOCIETIES.MAflOSIC. .

tusk BBAXCH.J I evidence of his plutocratic leaning. C

T. Mlnton. president Bannerrille; W. J. He is reported as having uttered at the A short drive northwest from Poncede Palatka Lodfre No. 34. F. & A, M_Moett Passenger Schedule.

Miller,secretary. Bannervlll. New York Chamber of Commerce ban- Leon Hotel; 53 acres, all adaptedto Second and Fourth Monday Nights lathe monthat

aPxtstux.R. quet the following words: "No one the cultivation of the Niagara grape; T JO o'clock.

W. Roop, president, McMeekln; R E. appreciated more fully than I that, free from encumbrance. Price on'yan M. I.COXE N.J. TILGHMAX.W.M. THE GEORGIA SOUTH[ 2nd FLOWSUWANNEE .RAllROAD
Beyle, ,MeMeekin.XOXWALK.
secretary while a proper adivstment of all inter $?0 acre; ,S 500 cash; balance in ,

ests should be maintained, you represent light annual fragments, at five percent Putnam Chapter,No.9, R.A. M<-fleets Sec RIVER .ROUTE TO FLORIDA.
O J. Parmenter,president Norwalk:; ecreary those which are uttering iudiepen- interest. Only few rods from ond and Fourth Monday Nights. .

Benjamin Lockett zoonralLPEJlJEL sable to our national growth and pros Lorillard Park. New houses going up C. 3. HAYES H,P. Taking effect OCTOBER 16 1892, Standard TUne, 90th Meridian.

perity. I do not believe that any other in every direction. Don't overlookthis M.LOEB Secretary. '
L. J. Arnold president Feni<4; J. P. Boyd. t SOUTH BOUND.Leave .
feed from
interests should be to
secretary, obliged if looking for a fruit fanu or for L O. O. F. .

.1'enteLJl the crumbs which fall from the table an investment. Pioneer Chicago.*.............. ........ .... 400pm leave Na hvffle. t.ix pm
1'11J10TOf.W. of business nor do I believe that table GEO. H. CHAPIN & CO. Lodge, No.23,1.0.0.F Meets every Leave St. Louis............... ........ .. 7.33pm I".Tehatta: oga... ... .. i.l u aw
IL Dole, president Huntingdon; Mrs. A. ; ,Tuesday. Night. JOSEPH PRICE N.G.R. Leave Evannville.... .... .... .... ........ 1.91pm Leave Atlanta.. ..((101111
'Townsend secretary, tiundngton.DAXASA. should be roobed of the good things St. Augustine and Boston. I C. Leave ahville........... .... .... .... .. 7..0 ain LoaveMacon.: ..: tam am #
which are honestly and fairly there, BREVARD..Secretary. Leave Chattanooga........ ..... ... .... 12.\1\ I'm I t Leave, Iaenn Junction...:.. .M 4e am
because tables I Leave Atlanta..... ..... .... .... .. .. .. 11.00 P ID Leave Cordele.. ..pm
O. Whltoomb, president Melrose ; L.. merely some other are .- St. John Encampment. 1.0. O. F. Meet Leave Macon... .... .. .. .. .._.... .10.06 pm Leave TUtou. .. .. .. ..................... 1.61 pa
r ct'Banana. not BO well provided." :every Second and Fourth Friday N1 hts. LAve Maeon Junction... .... .... .. 10.25 pm I Leave Valdosta... .... .... .... .... .... .... 4J(7pnTiailv' \ .
Most certainly a carefully worded Leave C'orde........ .... '". .... ... .12.4 am Lean Jaaper.. .... ................. .... 6.:13: pm
very .. JOSEPH PRICE C. P. Leave Tifton.......... ..... ... ... 2.13 am Arrive Lake City... .............. ........ Upm
Meeting of Putnam County Alliance pair of sentences. But if they mean W. H.SPECK. Scribe. Leave,r'aldostaIfeave -. .... ..... .. . J4)ae4 ArlheJaeluonyW4. .. ........ ... .... s.:Je pm
anything definite it is that the plutocratic PLEASANT FURNISHED TENEMENT Jasper.Attire: PaUtka....... ......... ...... .... 9.43 I"QI
The fourth quarterly meeting of the Chamber fd Commerce, of New of six rooms, with llano,.etc., KNIGHTS OF HONOR. Arrive Lake City.. ... .., am

Putnam Count Alliance will be held York represents the only interests !. to rent; situated on St. George street, Harmony Lodge,, No, Z767-llects FIn and Arrive Arrive Palatka Jacksonville! .. .. .. m 0 I

In Palatka, in the City Council chamber "which are utterly indispensable. to our opposite Abbey Hotel; one of the best Third Wednesday of the month. _- __ r --_. ._
national kept houses in the Ancient City where '
on growth. WALTER THO'MAS, Dictator.
DECEMBER 20th. That is to say, it is of no interest to good day board can be obtained at '
material whether the reasonable rates. To be rented for the J.B.DQ NELLY,Reporter.

Convening at 11 o'clock, a. m. As our class of men growth and omen who create only winter or for a year at low rate to de K. OF P. Leave Leave Jacksonville Falatka a s.ille.. .. .-....... ........ .. r s..;.i 1'11I I.

political excitement has now subsided the necessary conditions for that sirable party GEO. H. CIIAPIX & Leave Lake City It). .. ..h .. a J.'I ,ws
Co. St. & Boston. St.Johns'Lodge No.S, K.of P.-Meets everj Leave .. a
let us have a full attendance and get growth, or make possible are starved Augustine Thursday D. STEWART, C. C.H.DEMONTMOLLIN Leave Vald Jneper down to business basis or fed, naked or clothed. bur national XiRht. Leave Tilt. ...._..... .i. .. as
a again. has connection with the K. R. s. Leave Co ................. t 47.a
'0. L. WHITCOMB, growth no Leave MaArrive tlon ................ 4.10 sro
intellectual .growth of the masses, the Uniform Rank: K.of P, No.4-Meets for drill >iAnive ............ ..... t..a, av
Dec. 1st, 1892. Secretary. education of their children, nor the GOOD ST. AUGUSTINE HOTEL ron every Second. and Fourth- Wednesday Nights,at A ......... .. ..... fA an

/ THE ALLIANCE. physical comforts of nine-tenths of the SALE at a great bargain by Geo. H. Armory. R.J. RILES Captain. Arrive Ct'i t.. ........ .... 1-1.11'tireArrtreNaf : I'tII

citizens of the nation.It Chapin 11S; Co., St. Augustine and L A.SMITH, Recorder. Arrive E .. .. .. .... .... 1.211 not

The vitality of the Alliance has been is to be hoped that Mr. Cleveland Boston. IRON-HALL. Arrive f' .1 .. ... .... ...... ...::10.44'1.1'', am are

most severely tested by the political ordeal extemporized what he then said, with- ,Branch No.702, Order Iron Han-Meets First
put due reflection of its portent or FAI12.Pnnsle.
; and Third Friday Nltrhts.HENRY.
which has
through it just passed
; that he may somewhat modify his MERWIN.Chief L
and it remains to be seen whetheror I HOTEL AT, TKYON, N. C.. for sale. Tuln. ..tnat
now views on that subject by the fourth,of and full mailed M.W.STEWART,Acot. Sleej guSw han&r
March. We shall L. M. Engraving description L. sod Si thw -terw H R.lh .
not it will survive the test and finally see. -
free on application to Geo. H. Chapin not all trains (rum Point. in
accomplish the grand objects for & Co. ORDER OF RAILROAD TELEGRAPHERS.GEM .1 Flora
Ctrtr Drr.No.219.-Meets eTfrr ascend
which it was formed, and live to seethe
and fourth Saturday in each month in K. of P.
American c1t.izen-lhe masses-secured MAKTTIA C. HARVEY, the t HalL B. C. BREVARD-. .,T._ .
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in* the enjoyment ot even half faithful wife of Mr. James J. Harvey, AT CACTIVI: RESIDENCE of Colonel A. C. HAMTUtK,.O.& F.

the possibilities of the country, and of died at her residence, at Banner- Eaetthan,Orange street, SL Augustine G..&.. R.

emancipated humanity; of truly free vflle, November 10th, 1892, at the age for sale. Apply on premises or to Geo G.A.R-Teteran': Post, No. '13-Meet every Pk phate.

men and women.It of thirty-five years, three months and H.. Chapin & Co. .. First Tuesday of'faI'h month at 1 o'clock; p.m. ,
has Wen heretofore asserted In twenty-two days. h>he was a native of ..., .'P.. T.L.QUEEN Commander. .. '

these cohtmns: that the Alliance is not Georgia,having moved to Florida whena LEWIS.Adzt.1XCRCUIT.
child. She was married October 1st, Own HEAD HOTEL, with Park of .
in any sense a political machine. Nor IS;I. 2,200 acres, in the "Laud of the Sky?' *

wan it ever Intended to take such a placeb To her was born seven children, five for sale. Only $35,000; $5COO cash. COURT, PUTNAMCOUNTY ILIZER.

its projectors or conscientious adherents. of whom are living. Having obtained A fortune in it. Details, of Geo. II. FLA.-Ix CHANCERY.M. ..
a bleeeed! hope in Christ she was bap- Chapin & Co. ---
The fact having been forced E. Carter,Complainant, 1
tized by Elder Z. H. Bennett into thel'rimitlre
) Bin to
upon the attention of farmers and Baptist Church on January Cook waking men generally, that the ad- 13th ft85 her Con, F. 1* Ilenderaon and the I Mortgagees
Throughout exemplary Florida Real Estate advertised City of Palatka Defendants. J

vance of time, work they ever so life she displayed an undying faith in throughout America with no charge to It appearing by the affidavit of E. E. HaskeU,

hard and faithfully, only brought them the saving grace of her beloved Lard the owner until a vale is effected. Apply E q.. the Attorney of the eo plaJJADt In- the
above canoe,that kaid defendants E. L, Bendertan
and Master. Some two months priorto to GEO. H. CHAPIN &,CO. THE WORLD.
nearer and nearer to They and F.P. Henderson' non-residents of th
her death she earnestly besought St. Augustine and Boton.MT. State very naturally looked for the cause her husband and family not to grieve; Hamilton county,Tennessee,and that their age

thereofand discoveredas they thought, when she had passed away. Her solicitude are It.respectively. therefore more ordered than that twenty-one. you add years E.; L.,

a part of it in taxes comniMMtoas andprot3tt"middlemen"as was for the loved ones of her VEKNOX HOTEL, Salisbury, N. : Hen ierv>n and F r. Hmdenon' required to HEMICAL COMPANY
household. She would live to see her C., fully furnished and paying well, i atryo the bill In said cause upon DECEH
those who HER IKK,the same being a rule day of said
daughters grown and settled in life hadit for sale. Applv on premises or to I(Court;and that this order be published in the rick, Marion Co., Flartd-t
stand between the producers and consumer been the Master's will. In the words GEo. IL CHAPIN & CO. Palatka.Weekly Times once a wef kfor four con.secutive .

are popularly denominated, and of the Psalmist, she could exclaim: de2-f Boston and St. Augustine I Done this week November. 2d, A.D. 1892. --- r

sought in organization a remedy for "The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall .. FRANK WRIOHT,Clerk. t
want.' I [SEAL] 8,0.)1. C.
this drain. Co-operatlve store, and not tUST J-! S..irn ple'1A.HI&l1 tdtuved :e'1 E E.: HASKElJb: Compbinant'B Solicitor.
other forms co-operative business IIer many friends, some from a distance roJnn ell '"'X from rteambuQt b diDr: st O.-nre sepB 4w

were taxed, and, to some extent were attended her faithfully in her 1'.'\; and raOtud ration: ; a rew, two-etorr.
successful. Hut as the result or Alliance last illness, rendering every relief that be u"4t" of six farm* be-Ke: kitchen with a rood AUMINISTCATOR'S >OTICE.VTOTTCE aTRAINS
sympathizing hearts and tender hands table and hennery; choice collection of tra't
e investigation, it became apparentto could devise. On her last fnends C"fnpriMnfr, .an ea plume, pear.and peacbct is HFREBY GIVEN THAT six IN ,
the members that the cause of their with DA fan acre of st berries; aell5000worth i> MONTHS AFTER DATE I will present to
who watched the ebbing tide of life of trait in Macon resides the .1892. iL.
distress and financial lav a family wpply the County Judge of Putnam County my Mcounts -
depression occurred the words of the poet, Hood: convenient to Normal school and industrial Col- andiTonchers. as Administrator the
much deeper than merely the voluntary tFf:11; price f-X500 on easy teaina. :rrCbariD' tow estate of A. N. Edwards, for*final settlemen1 -' ,
; :
relations of buyer and seller of that of "We watched her breathingthrough p. Wrcoott, owner, 03 the prcntiae 3 and for discharge: as such Administrator. .,1MEX Uf UOAM VALLIV BV>IT;:'
and his the night : ,& Co-, September id,;1SWJ. L. r T ..jlwJaklo1l1'illc.+; ..... .... r coal nol'
the merchant his to ,
agents cus JAMES C. COREY:: .... f |,.Ar Atlanta.......... ....1 strn aria
tomers. In fact, that the conditions of Her breathing soft and lowL'We 8ep2- which they complained naturally grew thought her dying when she slept, $tOOO triU BUY A FARM OT 113 ACRES Ly II'. 11(1 :It ,Ar. Chattanooga ;I'S'ue a
Ar 14_ U5p I Lv Chattanooga .. 6 :lla 965,
out of the economic laws, under which And sleeping when she died.1'At near the PntUnd Phosphate beds: fOO: cashbal- J A9.. Ly)1- ?. 4 WI r KDOZYil1c.. .. 10 IeQpl OIv,!It131al U8aAt
then lived, both state and national. no time during her life did she anus fu JIht U"1u." Daymen.1% miles from .,. fttO" "' ipty :/ i Atlanta S5a.. II L. KtaoanDe 8 ISi'10 JSa I iSa
I depot 10 acre cleared sad prepared for market n ": L.A Manta. lOOp! 0 Ar Momnown. ,JOe Uilai 16 Owls
Hence, as day follows tue night, it more fully display her Christian fortitude 'i "z.MS._"JI'y.... ._,_._. < AI Cbattanooga T 00p I ChataDooca. .1 I 4i AI' Brutal .'".. .. J Jti:. 6..'lOa
1B from old tt I /
jrardei orsngeitr'es I to 19 III /
flashed upon the enlightened minds of and zeal, than in the two years of j 1 ordinary; ,Florida hence with piazza year in front,: __ r 1N Ina..4 1 Iwl_...w- ...I..ail.iut.sa L.C attaAOOl&. Chattanooga Tee asRoeunke .. t I 915p.17tp,
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M4..M set_I a I e.-.a.wrpn.ata prod A' burgle. S b r B.aria. I Ar Sher ah'ah Je S 10..' 'J I .
many members of the order that the protracted illness which preceded her i .UM; .and &ed. Ownr in Boston-no BM for . .
A W .EW. I tmmmmwt ft w.o.w1e..5*m Iran Ar Cteet.nati .. fbrClft aati. ....- liOp{ =
death. It. Apply Cbapin'i& Co, aea,. MInrr.wa0 M an.Ss. pYY.la.4brt.JPAntfCT ." ... r-W. : :: : !:ua'i 1 ll'7ArCbingo.
remedy, and only remedy, was legisla- Cincianatl.. ....8. Ly Ctadsaatl. .. 9 ... .
B.Itieaore.! & .
I $ nE.BY ...L'1. CORFlDCNTtAUK. s!I ArChiugw.... r --H
tive action, as legislation only could When nearing the shadowy land, she K_...... ... ........----. .e W. '_: Ar UapUlUW.. ; 5. ; .;;
._. .J6a L. .... ... .
properly undo what legislation had doneamiss. would gather her husband! near her, and fur yu. .. a.l4btr .*:.C_....,.. y Uf1& lant h.rgtuAr ... Ultcla
Lo.tsalle.: .I III Ar tne. r r
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;, Consequently, upon the organization bee him to pray. When the fatal monwm AN EXTRAORDINARY GAIYI"p1'OTecI a. r. f UTOtL rircnrx: rturti. uitut! It )Lv ..uanaoga I1 U4e1 Lr 0........... ... .. h jA.Ar..taWtd.pr.ia.New ti urk ItU'C. 4' .' a.
of "The Peoples Party," so came to her faithful friends, she by Cambridge )tza., man who resided on the Ar Memphis. K> uaj At Meropan. . .... ,l IbM..m.w..a.-..-.,.".,101.;--..'-. :.
called, all'those members whom the Al- uttered the one impressive word, p-e'n'ae\tL:-teen ye;.'*rnd never bad a t i..e ofsickneeathen Pullman buffet Sleepers! 1oha. Siftpera Atlanta tol1ArAabai1e I't ;iAii! '

liance had educated into the true "pray." ICO Ve n,121 a o?aga.-30oamge: SAVED IS HOEY MADE. Jacksonville Cincinnati Chattanooga sad. Chaaaaooga l ot1a tn_ carry Pallmaft -b..flet t
MOM and day cachcJacksonville to C'Daat1. coaches
knowledge of the situation of the coun- ', It was her last utterance. She fell trees I>e.id..200 mulberries with other fruiti: elegant to CbatU- rkao..iu.m Jest.Day, and !!id ,as Ckttt.noo s to New Y 1Tk '.s
borne with in ; dollar spend. d'llarrt.bag Th 6 Lm. u rr-
variety superior two-rtory piazza > Save S to M cents on every you r
try and the people, and whose sentiments asleep on the breast of Jesus. Sorrowing good: re-Mir bat small. Stable 14x15,packing i ii Writ for our mammoth CatsJogne. aWKVpae* sn?era without change. to Chattanooga-w.-t -I ICIaaU-C! also nrriu a areperSLMMEit .
did not overtop their reason, aw fnends bore her to the grave at l.oo11e i ?t ie <, ohed etc. IS book,containing Illustration and giving lowest man* EXUICSI01f TICKETS via oo.aectia.:
miles from Palatki;price 5,0(5Incading a goad aflCtlll'el1l' prices,manufacturers'discount* On sale from Sin 15 to Sept 30. Limited to Oct. .11, r&pJanStle|:: B. O. R. R., t
of that Etonian
the On her
opportunity in the promise cemetery. coffin was bone, wagon cart and all necerry 1.ooa;$1,000 of.verr kind of goods and supplies manutactarsd TO ALL Sr JIM Ell KESOKTS. /,th. "Jloyal B:.. loUIe." ,.
political party of realizing a change of heaped beautiful wreaths and garlands, cash balance: $500 a year at S per cent inteitst.Apniv and Imported Silo the United wwww Groceries Full iaforraation relative to rates,hotels' etc. cheerfully)' LnattJ tU if *u Ktu.furaished. ," -
public policy which might, and probably -I typical of the pure, sweet life now to owner,Robert Barber' lia.."yard Fla., Household Goods FnrnltBre! clothing,. Lad1ea' Every letter Dr livpury JlD.c to'c- and FumlBhlnj tioods, Dress
ilL' farm
i Gents' Clothing
or agency. and bcrtli riser*juoni, rate, ,folders etc..apply ticket tIt lt'hOU1I"londa or t
would result in the betterment of passed from of the sutras
one suffering to Hats Cape,
I floods. White Good, Dry Goal FRANK M.JOLLY, Dlst. Pew. Att8J''West Bay Street Aw. Bl.ck.jack-
the condition of the farmer, and also of I purifying presence of the blessed Prince Boot and Shoe, Glove, Notions, Silverwsre.Bugles Glassware*. I B.W. WlU: : N. G. P. 4 T. A.,lUozviliv, Tcaa. CUAb N. KIOIJT, A. G.P.. A.
: all who "earned their bread by the ofpeaced % ORAXQE GROVE AM HOTEL COMBINED,1 8tadonery.Watches.Clocks, Wklpe, Agricultural Implements, eta. I I (I
I sweat of the brow." Rev. Benj. Moody conducted the 'one of the best bargains la Fbortda nice exchange ONLY FIRST CLA.td GOODS. CaUloirae sent 'J'
Since the body came i funeral services. To friends for rentable property In northern city I on receipt of 15 acute for expTeAiega- w. are the .
Alliance, as a sorrowing any 121 only concern wL1d1Nlla at manufacturers'. prices
to be looked upon by many as a political i. the bereaved husband and motherless acre with BOO orange and lemon tree in> owing the boys the same discount that the $65 OUR SILVER QUEg ,
\ machine a delusion not often exceeded children we extend our heartfelt sym. eonditl .excellent hotel bail erected se *a maanfactarer fives to the whotoate borer. We
years aco by A northern carpenter of the best material ruarutN an roods as represented: U not found Is it possible a first-class Bum with Silver-plated Dash R ?* -1
in magnitude since the dawn of pathy. We point you to the rock ot In the>> best manner; ) furnished Ian i ao, money refunded. Goods sent 6y upreel.ortr.1Pc ; .. _
Intellectual supremacy. faith. She was a good wife mother season with entretnew tarn tar., and has a wiIb prtT11ep of '- ,. Hub Band, and Shaft Tip, for above ,,' /

\ C The Alliance, as such, is an educatorA and neighbor. Rest in peace! Itood situated custom commanding charming. bowse,water beautifully riew Iq. L Ka.RPL;Ckic.go t s1RQutneyStreet cx in. 1 .I1 .._ ,'" *.,. -

school-wherein economics is N. A. P. near me of the bent and most popular hotels In < z: / ..
sought to be taught through free discussion Bannervffle, Fla., NOT. 24. the State;price fl2, JO is free from loenmbrance, tM
but as the owner is Interested in California be WE WILL PAY
with the view securing to offers aa excellent bargain. Details of Geo. IL
the whole an exemplification of Chapta&O.CIIARMIXO. JL.aalary of W8 to 00 per week to GOOD ts*>*. !
people FOR SALE. to reprewnt ns to vwy coonty,sad Mil oar general W
J that f goodj old Democratic formula: flue at M rchandis t ntannf prices. On.T Ao.
"The greatest good to the greatest TYo.a W'WO war .njDT ZIPLOTXUT iran o
4{ FLORIDA nom::,completely tmr. Catotone and particulars sent en receipt .
number. And every true AIHanoe 4,000 ACRES DESIRABLE u. D fnmUbed,improved by a Boston pa&l maD..cI cfZcaSa". srs s
man (T woman will either abjure all Is perfect in aU its details at Orange Park It A. JaItPE A Ca.1t11Quinry
political parties of the day or give his on Indian Rim at a reasonable price on vary miles from Jacksonville; an attractive Qoeen ti we'-cnicsgo.III.

support to that one wherein be seesthe terms within a abort distance of Titnsrflta, I Anne house of t rooms,painted in parti-colon i B
best prospect of securing the end the Indian River Metropolis. Two railroads I and blended;planes on three sides slat roof; 4h4 Dr'
see inventory furniture at officeou of which Isinctoded.
songht. cross the. land. Plat may be teeD t>y rtlling on modern
; stabta 30x2V.hlgh posted with
The Affiance has not yet completedher J. IL CARPESTER I. stallaclapboarded and painted;poultry hoses
15x10; storefcon 2ilV an tn perfect r-pair. 'MEN. l
mission :Economic science is yet an3-tf Opera Hons Block: Palatka na.MW The crovnda eonrprletbF 14 acres,contains a fine ova
in its infancy' the proof of which Is the I collection of rare fruit,iowete'tnil shrubbery. ........
trees AO Write fat ova New 80 Catalogue of all kinds of V
retched condition of fully nine-tenths S to a3:5O a ye.rcan be matte by':', besidesg.. parmsltt*.nersiannBavatt grayo Tine A rts-, iaOW... page
of the people of all Christendom. 1 active agents; either sex eeaywork tela.f 6IJ8 g JlonseapneitynppUM-wmten* This .

Is to be hoped that every presont : sure raj!L.P.exclusive warIJ:,territory.edmODC w.Write Va.ate I: estate wBfefe: en t.4\ ,_'U'.ffsnd fee HAM. THE: SOUTHERN BUGGY C
to J. R.
Apply Underwood
owner on the
member of the order and every one who s-tt. - pismiei,or to CUpiD&Co CINCINNATI, 0

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MIKE ZIE A BUKTZ,. Publishers.

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gOJrial[ Organ of the County and
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rALATKA THE LAP CE. I weapons in ewes of this kind is a mis-
POMONA NOJES.Sorrecpondence .
taken action, howeyer great the incen
In latrweek's uue appear d an an. ralatka Tine*. live may be to use them. ,

nooncerofnt from the lion.A. J. Russell POMONA November 30. We have periodic fits of public actionin

', V-tnt. f the Old Solders Home, Mr. P. Berrr is improving his place this town. We all get together at
the post office a little before mail time
from the various
Invitiue proposals wonderfully by. putting up a nice and discuss all the grand things that

cities of the state for the establishmentof Aermoter wind mill and a fine fore ought to be done, but when it conies ,

the wopbsed home for the soldiers puma, to which he has connecte.1. a to the "plncn' every fellow locks to I

and sanoijiojC the Confederate army and number of pipes for the purpose of the other one to accomplish all these THE SAD DEATH OF CHAS. H. PRATT

*C4ThoseV to all of his greatechemesM the result that no.hing GAINESVILLE, FLA., Nov. 27.-Not i DIARRIES FOR 189Christmas
navy. supplying water parts '
I is "TalK is but the
proposal* may be made at little place. He has also erecteda cheap, In the annals of our city has there been
pretty only way to accomplish anything is to
any tin 1 between now and January, lire-proof warehouse for storing fertilizer go right about it and put your labor and such excitement as there vas last night

and there Is no good reason why Palat- or other material for hu farm. money into it: "Talk" alone never and all ot to-
b should come to the front withan We should judge; from, appearancesthat amounted to much; and it is uselessto night two heavy reports, like that of a 1
pot Mr. Berry expected "hard times"in 'expect one man to perform all 'he
presentation of her claimsto small cannon were heard north of the
adequate the future, either from the result of great acts that will benefit a whole
consideration. Democratic rule, drought or tire, andis neighborhood. There must be unityof square Iq rapid succe'siQn. Scon parties

'/Jo" selecting H site for the proposed determined to be well protected. action and sentiment. If we conic were on tbe''pot, finding on the

hpme7 of transportation and mail Captain Ames is improving very all pull together mach could be accomplished sidewalk near the residence of Kit \

,!faculties eaj will of course,be considered, much, and Is able to work some again. but as it is we expect to be Matheson tie dead body of Charles II. IS COMING !
W. II. Cook has sold his crop,f. o. b., amused by the talk for a long time to
the sanitary aspect of the case will, to Archibald, McCallum & Son Jacksonville come, and see things moving( -,along in Pratt, editor of the Daily Leader. '

above all.receive due consideration. I at a satisfactory price. Mr. the same old rut. J. lr.BULLETLY Robert Davis, a justice of the peace, t, ANDCochrane i

No city In the state more fully meeti C. }tf. Barton and, Is' superintending the I _' .. >O. 0. soon assembled a jury, and, after viewing \J t
packing shipping.
of the than our the body where it was had it \
requirements case removed '
Paul '
Mr. James M. Smith, own. Centrally located,with abundant Minn., was at Mr. Ottereon's Monday.Mr. OFFICE )FLORIDA FRUIT EXCJIANOE,> to the Leader office, where he s Book Store
proceeded to Mr.
JACKSONVILLE. Nov. 22. f examine Flewellyn
facilities, and free from Smith was well satisfied with the
'better site for oranges Mr.Otterson is packing for his We are pleased to report markets in aM Mr. Pike neither of whom could Has the Largest and Best Assortment o1
"fi:{malarions Influences, no Paul traae. .I fair condition with no marked change brow any light upon the killing. The

the Solder's Home could be selected ,fcU inprices. kiUi-t? was confessed.Soon .
Geo. Flak's uncle, A. J. Turner, is GIFT BOOKS PHOTOGRAPH
than that which Palatka has to offer making him a visit. II The volume of fruit going in has increased however, Thornton B. Springfello..a ALBUMS

a upon the banks of the noble St John's. ." Th Ladies' Aid Society will gife an excessive.somewhat" but is by no means and after prominent saying that mer.hantcame he fired the fatal in, Bibles. Christmas Cards, Eine China, Bric-a-

There is no time to be lost and the oyster upper in the Pomona Hall I Telegrams give ns results of recent .shots and was justfi d in it he was allowed )
,Tuu evening, December 6. Oysvpd .
should act at once. to make Brac Toys Dolls Games
proper authorities in way, eslred sales as follows: a statement ,
any Indian Riven, 1st, Eight hundred and twent boxes Mrs. Stringfellow! his wife. wa also 4

THE PEOPLE AM TilE P.AI.TT. timore. still or en the sick list. I of oranges'sold at SI.00 to $3.05; aver- Examined and corroborated her hus- Fine I leather and Fancy Goods

It is commonly said of the Third pa II. K. Ide have re-I age, $2.48. Tangerines average $2.41 band. The jury returned a verdict in i

ty in this State that it is df ad. ltiv. :mont.Palatka.They are at per,2nd half, Sold box.today Grape, 710 fruit boxes,$2.37.at $2.10to admission accordance and with added Mr. a Stringfellow'justification AND OTHER. ARTICLES TOO :NUMEROUS TO MENTION. We are .,

this altogether true? red a good offer for I. $3.05: ; average, $2.52. Grape fruit, lause.! etting In NEW GOODS every day, and our Goods are all new acd wed
Its lea.lets have passed tij Richardson, of $1.25 to $2 37. Navels, 410. Mandarins Editor Pratt fell probably sixty feet 1

tut what pf the rank w $1.40 to 1.75 per half box. from Mr. Stringfellow's house, pierced selected.We.
Tangerines $2.75 to $3 half box with thirteen buckshc t. t ,
utleman and
the sober yeomanry of> t ropertyECREE Market in good shape.3rd The body was sent to Palatka by a will be pleased to have the'public see our StocK before bajing.SCRANTOM .

gave to that organlzatit FEt.xx, Three car loads sold to41ay at special train over the Florida Southern f

political adventurer averages of $2.58, $:)..54 and $2.57. In charge of friends who came for it. WETMORE & CO.

unable and unwortbj OF PUT'.ATE 4th, Cars number 73G and 3658 sold The Masocs, of which Editor Pratt

at $2.20 to $3.00; average*, $2.C2 and was a membe, escorted! the body to the
The causes that It 4 OF; $2.82. Market firm. depot. Mr. Pratt bad made many Lemon Street, next door to AcKerman & Stewart's Drug Store, Palatka, FlaTHE

"stfll l(exist Times Y. 5th, Oranges sold to-day averaged: needs here, the closest among them

'"' :bit fair to become lj $2.45. Prospects better with good de.. iL was thought was the man who killed .p

silll heavy and pr mand. nm. lie had placed the Leader a GOLDEN ROD PnuusniNa Co., of Chicago, Illinois, has determinedto

The financial con, 6th. To-days sale averaged $2.41; solid footing and was doing good workin secure 500,000 new subscribers to their -family store paper, the GOLDENROD

quality and demand fair. behalf of the people. The news of before 1st '
January 93.
\ still and ,
deplorable; 7th, Car 7161 sold at $2.10 to $2. .1.
-. Taloation addilu i i 1,In out and of Market firm and good demand'for ripe Charles II. Pratt's death was receivedin In the. ordinary way this would require a lifetime, but "time is money,.,"
front the people jiician. the on Mid the stock. Palatka with sorrow and surprise. and in order to save time we are willing to pay those who subscribe now a

Wad I* 8th, Good sale. 1740 boxes of oranges Long and favorably known here,he hada large turn ofH
Sarah Pcnt so\d at $2.12 to $3.30 $2.52.
; average
It is easy to set Com- I, wide circle of friends in this city, and
,DAY the average per to the bereaved
in this state rauthl Jet for nale Grape fruit averaged $2.3.5 family-to the aged

It should be caster art d test douse bid-Of I parents in their hour of sorrow, tbe MONEY'realizing

: in condiuon--,] ,legal hours of .ORANGE-QUOTATIONS.,0. ;. 0I sympathy of the entire community has

which; must be a ,n the bank.ofosterly NEw YORK, November 29.'Tbe' ,ors gone out without______stint.__________ e
bo"4The -N+ cornerlinn market is quiet pith a tendencyto that we can soon recover this great expenditure from tBe increased
ratic is to I ange ,
party *A. Lnrlhtfntnam Cap J. E. Lucas has gone to Atlanta and I
\t rank and file t Mann accumulate. Range of prices about Sarannahosbaaiaees. revenue from our advertisers.: -

] lerk'a of Vtb office D cem-for the same as last quotations. Straight E C. For correct answers to the following tea woni-riddlei, The Golden-Rod
were all right It Post was ia town Sunday.
ng thence north I bright Jines bring: from $2.50 to $3;; Co. will the
Publishing: following
:who were at fault t. along thewoactnrwg I russets, $2 to $2.40 per box; poor.and Airs.H. L. Miller anp child are Timing r*!- pay _
I inferior $1.75 to $2 $4.5C) ires at Douglass,on the Ocklawaha rirer.
the tangerines,
the main, just; a stake om ; CASEI: FJb_ VVkJRJDS
rice weeterly 45.50 per box; grape fruit $2.50 to Lee B.MooreH'of Sauoma Heightswas In town :
in the main, reason t[ .
and forty $3.50 per box; beans, $2.50 to $4.50 Monday.F. For the correct! answer to any OVE wonlS 20.00 For the eorree answer to any SIX words f 130.00
But those reforms tzty degyn1 For the correct answer to any TWOwordn. 50.00; Fw the correct
answer to SEAENwords
and I I per crate. OLLIVETT BROS. .Hodges,of Satsuma Heights was in Pl.atka For the correct answer to any TURKU! ... .. ............'. .any. ..... ..
have been sought wit Bald Monday. words................... ................. 75.00 For Uw correct answer to ? t'Z3JC
ant CHICAGO, November, 24.-Do>> not For the correct answer to any FOUR words ..... .... ..any.... E1011Tqs
the Democratic Party in. I I ship green fruitthereis; no demand for "lie trii'cl southward i>> very light for thin season words....... ....................0........ 100.00 For the correct answer to any NISKWOT
one which should nevr all it. Good colored fruit selling readily. of the year. For the correct answer to any FIVE **. ... ... .' .. .. 22100

'founded with the spj I Brijzbts, $2.75 tD: $3; russets, $2.50 to Chief Geo.E.Gay, Fir t-Aisi Unt Chief Row- words..............,...................... moo Fr wordt.UM correct.........wftrt...... ....ALL...of..the....TEX... 300M

,forthThy is a set of dlsaPl| 2.75; car lots, $2.30 to $2.CO. ton and Sargeant Moore attended the State Firemen
'*Associattou at St Augustine.
.i.t Harry and\Vertt Gray were la town Wedne.ly. .
smail men il 744 Million Friends.A : the FIRST correct! answer to ALL of the entire TEX words.<< .......... ........summon
Tbey were I**the S tENTH!; correct answer to ALL of the entire TEN words... ........ ama OO
ostensibly represanted was il friend in need is a friend indeed, The Gem.City Guards bid a splendld..drQl For the ENTY-F1KMT correct answer to ALL of the entire TEN words_.... moo no

spects a great one. Those nth, and not less than one million people' Tuesday nel Dr. The contest for the plum
will transpire next Tuesday.Din. Here are the word-riddles! can you solve them? Remember one of the
eliminated} from the poIemtlitj have found just such a friend In Dr. any
." Derereux Js busy making preparations ten words correctly solved wins for yon $20.00 in cash. a
cause remains. 1 King's New Discovery for Consumption for the opening of her excellent bearding house-

If It be in truth the cause Coughs, and Colds.-If youhavenever She wiU be ready to receive boarders In a few 1 l-N D- City of Great Hritlan. 6 CRBEtet.ri FIpter.:

pie, it must be made the cau used this Great Cough Medicine, dayr 2 CHI- AD .Eaa.em Comntrv. 7 AUS--IA A Country 1D luroP-
democratic party and those hfwatchwords one trial will convince you that it has S. A. Baker, the boss saw mill man,was in -PA--S" Home of FaAhion aDd An 8 A"AZON [ A 1 ref. -
""reform, retrencl S.e wonderful curatIve powers in all town Wednesday. Mr. Baker reports all the 4AIA AntWmenesCoan q. JL PER..A A oantgisAs ,
-Tand economy, become the. slog have diseases t>f Throat, Chest and Lungs.Each osiness he can handle. He is building a hand. 5' E"R..P" Landu'roestbeAtlantc 10 NLAtirnrofthe0d WorieL .
.the Florida Democracy. bottle Is guaranteed to do all that some eight; room dwelling which will be a creditto
is claimed! or money will be refunded. the eonnty.H EXPLANATION I Each dash fndlcates the absence of a certain letter, and when the proper
are mpplied the original word writ be found .
PAUSE IDEAS CORRECTED. ,ret of Trial bottles free at Ackerman &; Ste*- W.Chalfinch,of Buffalo Bluff was ia town >>- A bonk which everyone should read. The omitted letters are I and oompl 1,aid ete when.E.xA.JUL&be. properly;
att's Store. size 50c. Inserted the complete word Is bible.
According to the popular conception IL Charlesamily Drug Large Wednesday.Three
Are paid to wh the very day answer is found be
,. and $1.00. RFWARDQ any to corrert. To prereat
lsiyti the (Cal.,) ctiroaavh, it is the absolute -1 have are Companies from Ocala paused even&appearance of fejtularfty or c-l u.lon, a the original ten word
through the city Monday en route to the Fire has been depuetted in a safety rauH under seal,to be opened December list, last la the
:::. duty of tvtry newspaper to notice al .gb esteem in Victory for the Grower men's Association at St. Augustine. The Sanford of witnesses. whose sworn utatrmcnt as to the correct words,together wIth the un of prim vreeenoe win-

" at length, everything and every- this c Wd Tragic event must In their fight against the railroadsthe boys went up on the early train Sunday. ners, will published in the January number of the GoLDa-&W. ,

. Ijody In the most pleasant manner,even cast a deep allow: ver them, which orange grewers have at last scored transferring at Jackson rille. Remember Every Correct Answer Wins a PRIZE. *
l / a signal! triumph. Judge Swayne, of Miss ,after visit The object of extraordinary offer"of course to secure subscribers'
merits the sympathy of the Maggie Ilagel a very pleasant C OND'ITIONS
bend the
/Roing so far as t slightly yPewst the United States District Court, on once and in IarJt'e'Dumben. We therefore require that GO cents for a rear's
relatives ia South Carolina, baa returned to
subscription for our great paper The Golden-Rod, be
whole community. It is the custom sent with EACH ASSWE Thn ft two
troth. Its also duty to suppress Wednesday overruled the objections : her home at Orange Mills. word*are answered'lWmu t be sent,three word SUSO. flr- words SISO,and so on,and M
"& anything anti everything; that could, by for a man who thinks the Lonor of his entered and sustained the- original :' We learn that Satonma Dramatic Club anticl- copies of the paper will be mailed to addresses given.Designate many

the home has been violated to resort to finding; pates rendering a comical drama about the first the words you answer b7 their Damben. Send at once aDd wilt ODe of the
iLo most sensitive, cause slightest GJL4SD 1'1U8. Address all letters and make all remittances payable to
and that This case begun two years ago and reek In January. It win be remembered that
bloodshed is so com-
; uneasiness or distress to anybody,even grew out of a combination made between this organizatint has produced several plays at The. Golden-Rod Publishing Company
,the most. flagrant wrong doers. It must mon and the feeling is so great that the the railway and steamship lines Satsuma Height, which were well rendered In ,

f also give elaborate notices to every crime is considered justifiable. Whetherit from Florida Eastern points, through every sense. The opportunity of seeing this play RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED. 317 DEARBON ST., CIIICAGO.

..church society affair that Is gotten up is or not,is a grave question, that which the orange tariff was advanced should not missed. *
331-3 cent. Anew floor has been laid in Aekerman andtewarfs At the Opera Honse
.into the of the perhaps can only be answered by those per | A REWARD OF $500
to treasury '
put money
The original order proyidad for the drug starsPave Mr. J. Z. Little well and favorably
I'church or society. And this is to be who have passed through the terrible reduction of the freight to a point five known here as an artist who has never WiU be paid for any Case of Rheumatism ;

done gratis,every time,as no idea exist ordeal these bnt it of seems marital to me infidelity that iu that all cents per box above the old rate, and Of all With well-wishers SawdnsU of Palaika yet failed to keep faith with the public, which cannot be cured by Dr.
cases course
the return to the shippers of all freight and whose of the
reputation as one best
that it takes money to run a paper. Or to it each streets in Drummond'll..1gbtnIngRemedy. This
there must be two parties as collected in excess of. that rate after would like to see her good of America's actors cannot be I
that every line in the paper costs money guilty as the other, and if one party November 23, 1890. condition. Why not use sawdust and tioned, will be seen at the houseon ques- offer is made in good faith by the proprietors -
and must be paid for. deserves death the other is' equally plane> sharing, which have been used opera 1
The interstate commission had, however Decembea, in his great success and there is no reasonable excuse -
These seem to think that editors that if is to be with such results already by private ,
people guilty, feo vengeance good I
no power to enforce its order, liThe World, with its marvelous scenic, for one to suffer longer. Any
and newspapers exist in some simi meted out at all it should not stop decision will parties on a few of our most i any i !
but and realistic
Judge Swayne's re effects scenes. The
Jar manner to the Israelites when on until the home honor has been com- box ravelled streets. It can be bad almost play ordinary case will be cured by ene bot-
to Eastern
duce the rate five cents a has always been a favorite one in this
the vindicated and all the for the in unlimited quantities, tle. In addition to the
their forty years' journey through pletely partiesare points. asking, city and has won fame and fortunefor reward fot]
wilderness-on manna rained down made to saner a tragic death. Butis The fait text of this important decision and all the cost would be the hauling of ,Mr. Little. Much is promised and difficult cases, the money is always re-j

.from heaven. it necessary for an outraged hus- will be given in our issue of next U. Ask anybody who drive in Palat- much can be expected from the funded where the remedy fads to
production cure]
They also seem to think that editors band to commit murder, the highest ka which street they prefer, the deep
are always hunting-with desperate enL crime known to mankind, in order to week. ___________ soft sand or the streets that have been in a scenic way as all the The price of a bottle is f 3, and that i 1.4
used the play is carried I
-rgJ for "something to fill up." No, preserve his honor and that of his In )Memorial awdnsted Brown and his gang are scenery in by the cost of a cure. Drummond Med-

Beater fallacy could exist. The live. home We think not. Our laws are It behooves us to chronicle this week doing good work; give them some help the given company of and scene a managerial being faithfully guarantee -' cine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane, Ne

newspaper man always has much more I sufficient protection. The crime of the death of "Jerry" (not "'SocklessJerry" where needed, by putting on some sawdust produced as every advertised. The steamer York. Agents Wanted.
tterial than he and it is and the > of all who
can use a adultery punished by imprisonmentin the wildcat comprising a get blessing
) portion the wreck at sea the '
ich bigger question what can be left the penitentiary, while the courta of Gay'Brothers' menagerie. Thisis have to travel the streets and wish well derful leaving and port realistic; raft scene; and won The Southern papers insist

than what to ge.t to put In.he will grant him a complete annulmentof regretted by by the Gay boys, as it for Palatka. Let this year's visitors see In mid-oeeanand the lunatic, rescue Northern farmers are working again. 11

[ newspaper man'I space is. his all his marital obligations, giving was one of the rarest animals in their we hive, at leaSt, got some nice street lum scene, with its beautiful moonlight asy their own interests, and Northern f
px- in trade from which he must make him the authority to purge his nome The cat had been trainedto F.
possession.[ panorama, are especially worthy of men are equally convinced that Soul
Lying. Every inch must trine in frdra the unclean eliments that may be tricks which was
among mention and alone well worth the
[ He can no more afford therein. After coolly and lawfully era farmers are not as thrifty as th
smoking cigarettes, thro1rintp "Claps" CHEAP: FOR CASH I price of admission. Mr. Little brings
free notices to money making cleared out from his home life and scuffing cards. THE TIMES ex- unusually with him should be. Both have faults the
in. strong company
_t than the merchant can afford every vestige of the criminals that he I tends to the remaining members of the for the engagement, and the pay1a a i might remedy. If Southern farm 1
his shelves for the benefit of had been treasuring wouldn't he feel sincere !Twenty-Five Acres
satisfied t menagerie sympathy. particularly enjoyable one,being full were as thnfty and economical
hi would hade
snes.r iust as well as I
is being had and I that the First-Class Pine Land of startling situations and strong climaxes Northern fanners it would be a bless
understanding committed: a heinous crime, as Captain Tom Strange says and with fun i
the island dock On-Quart r of a mile )[ A DEPOT replete pretty for them. We should alto
newspaper men charge reg- is often the case, condoned eer- Comet did strike Drayton stamped and bright and attractive thing not
and ;
Six cleared for the music speciai-
acres ready plaa ,
Jor all church and society pent that was the pda&ry cu&e of all Saturday night thirty minutes ahead of tress. Fine building ate on the tract. For ties. Early application will be necessary Northern farmers to supply us with ha '
rh are designed to bring his dishonor sad cnmifi*! action We the Pope CatlIn, despise the.. fact that particulars address ettfier of tne-uMlersined." bones
to secnredesbableseats. wheat oats corn mules azj
Ting liberal space to all think so. We that the rah for shot that steamer left aa fcow te.advance W.c. -xDria. GELB.LaiMka.SteD !

church or society news.I get ,kaive ad otter deadly of his boat. The Caymin. k a 1teMIw. fleJ-tf iittas TaMe.pxaifj.tike blood. hog-meat.


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"3 isdtt PsL tta'Tf mesaI Correspondence nUatta Tunes.SATSTJMA .
Parether -
14ws tem. That Flash Over the Wires The ltpwerth lA.p. May Cause A hours, November wIt
thought my second article relative
OUTS from AU Point ORLEANS STRIKERS IN THE Split-Color IJme Draw would have been a pleasure 16 any

TRY Almost coal famine exists at Burlington CHATTASOOOA Nor 29.There is to the Criminal Court to be my last,
a UNITED STATES COURT. one who did not attend to have droppedin
la. the Methodists but as Mr. B. B. Dancy requests the
trouble brewing among
at II'nb' Hall last Thursday even-
President Harrison has saved mon than the south County Commissioners to explain why
in this state and elsewhere in
ball his alary. Another Strike Threatened In the tug, the occasion being the annual ball
Crew G But the A. L. Mason, the millionaire and rirer- : over the action of thenEpworth League S. R. Bowen was appointed overseer 01 of the young men of this place, it being .

d Efi dBrothe man of Kansas City, is dead. City.--Affairs at Homestead : in regard to degree members of that organization public roads at $2 per' day, when he, consicered by many ODe of the

The steamer Rosa LM with*a cargo of and Pittsburg. who may visit the Chicago Dancy, bid $1.80 per day.I pleasantest evenings pent for a

cotton, burned at her wharf at'Memphis.lion. Exhibition next year. think Mr. "J. P." in Federal Point long time. Every ar'.ntgemPbWiU
William NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 29.-When the perfect. Promptly at 8:3, with Prot.
Nov New. of a R. Morrison the leagueis
a taken no hand. in the Illinois speakership United States circuit court opened Sat- i Like.the Methodist church, items ezplained why.very satisfactorilr; iJagley and his orchestra, which by the

Ri n.a a and Ohio flgbt urday morning Judge Billings was absent divided into the white Epworth. but as Mr. Dancy asks the County Com way was fine, in their plaK-s, the >

train t reached The village .of White Plains, la Ken. i League and the black Epworth.League.In straits of march could bt bean,
Owe and Judge Pardee was on the bench. addition to its religions and literary missioners to explain, I will do so, as I a
result a tight the tacky bear liooro, has been wiped I and Louis CardeU-4Joor director -
Oat by tire. The Amalgamated Council cases were functions the league has done much to am the one who is to blame, it anyone genial
shot and started around the half withweil -
rake John Tyler, of Luling. Tex't S years old called and District Attorney Earhart announced establish more harmonious relations be- : is at fault. My reason is, about thirteen that's all enough to
aberrred 8s ngers are fallowed a floe of into & pond andwas tween the two branches of the Methodist right-who.
mo a six drunk- drowned. geese that the government was ready Episcopal church,and there has even : years ago, I was appointed overseer say,that some thought it was a rooster!

en enAfpS6, bare inju- Society at Washington will be in retirement it but was, owing decided to Jndge that the Billings'case should absence come been talk through the south of fusion i of public roads in'district No. 9. I party sure enough with. E. rUiley

?' I for Another month owing to MM. next Friday, December: 2. and union. The leaders in the movement was notified to summon the men to and E. K. Canlell, assistants, A
iz b Williams Harrison'death. up toward brotherly love seem, how joined in with their ladtea. The march 1
b There was some discussion! among work the roads. I aarted before '
t amn at llnnt- The Bank of Hamilten, Oat. has been counsel as to the filing of affidavits ever, to have wished to go ahead too like Ihe rest of the dance, ass hwnily;

In i n' ionTeyat the victim of formers in the last few District Attorney Earhart asked if bt' fast. night, expecting to call on Mr. Dancy enjoyed. Among the many friend I

Glen is, ind when months, losing $50,0*). might have permission to file affidavit Recently they passed resolutions pro- and spend a pleasant evening with him from out of town were Mr.. and Mrs.

wntj te rf the men West Howe, a Great Northern railroad say a couple of days before the hearing viding that all members of the Epworth end tell him what I wanted, etc., But Flnningerof Palatka; Mrs. McDowell, ,
h fand burned to death in a recent League regardless of color, sex or geographical
es began engineer. WM of the case. The defendants, who were son and daughter of Nashua; Mr. Dan
revoh flourished his hotel fire at Wilmar, Mina. represented by Judges Marks and;! Evans. location, should occupy the before I reached his place I was told Waldron and wife of tl elala; Miss

thread ranner and Fire men were buried by the care-in of said that they understood the ease had same extensive quarters to be preparedat that Ben Dancy swears he wont work Odom, of Barberville,and many otherst
in the Mod bank at Zanearille 0. One WAS Chicago, and to be Known as the Ep '
a car. a
CondneT( been made up already and was ready to the road and "Bowen can't: t numerous to mention. After danc-
toe man and I killed and the others may die. worth hotel The idea seemed excellent says,
be submitted
pnlled to court. when considered from the standpoint of and I'll be in St. John's ing anal our weary feet began Jo slip
Thii ts era| I Christ' Jockel was fatally stabbed by The court finally ruled that the gov- me fo-nigbt, and
Christian but it has not too on the smooth floor our
i, and they Henry llentinger, at Wallace. Neb. They ernment might offer affidavits if it desired County by sunrise to-morrow." I was
t the came had Seed drinking together. been able to stand up against the deep- eves began to drop we unwiHIofly

time d/' Is d knives The schooner Edith M. Pryor of the on it served the day the of defense the hearing with due, provided notice rooted race prejudice which exists all out early next morning, and just as he stopped the music, and plodded our

h eto his aaai Portland, Me., fi.hing'ft, lost six men of the affidavits it desired to sub through the r uth. The more the white mounted his horse to leave, 'called to way homeward, well pleased with our

In recipitated. while taking In trawls off Jlatiniui. Methodists of this section have,thoughtof him and invited him on the road with treatment by the young bachelors of
} iductor and I mit.None the plan the less they have liked it. Satsuma And here word of
bnkemi A wreck on the' Mobile and Birmingham of the leading laboring men right a
Mobile injured If the project is pnshel: it ;will, it suitable to work with. He said he for .
The injuries road near Ala, slightly were present in court when the case was praise for THE TIMES office, you
a] a ehotaand thirty passenger The train WAS called. is said Teak np the friendly relations would not go, with bad language mixed certainly deserve it, for among tha
< dies* cot] 'seat in the la- with it. This is the way he "serves his many programmes we- have eeen
t beat The A broken wheel wrecked sixteen can of Another Strike Threatened. Methodist church. .
train e nothing neater than the one the boys
w !I"Someyears
engineer and A Lehigh freight train At Wilkesbarre, NEW ORLEANS Nov. 29.-There county
fireman are and theY wish me to their
express -
their cab and Pa, killing one man and injuring several FIGHT WITH. HORSE THIEVES. later, I haven't the exact
othersFrance Indications of another street car tie up gratitude in this way. They also wishme

dabs, WIWer! with Williams huge has complained to Canada that on the New Orleans! city and railroad A Woman Was Found In the Gang-One date, he was appointed road overseer to thank all who in any way

boys fast insensible, United States salted pork is now betpg lines. During the recent strike in this Was K.Ued.SANTA in the same district, and he, Bohannonlike helped to make the entertainment a

and then the train. Sev- imported into that country AS A Canadian I city twenty-two men on this road were FE Nov. 29.-John McLeodand summoned the people 1 success.!
passe, and productJohn appointed monitors by the Car Drinr'1tassociation. The Dramatic Club are rehearsingthe
the floor er was rimed,with Irvine Veeder, a well known lawyer It was their duty to take Sam Polloc.r.of; Socoro county.missed Point to work on a public comedy drama, "Comrades," not

Wood. 'If whether any of of Chicago, committed suicide recently .- up positions at certain places and notify a number of horses and started out on own home, which is five ever since we were boys, but a storyOf

theWil killed. shooting. No cause for the Act has the drivers when to cease work. their trail. They overtook the horses from Federal Point. 'll 1 the late war. As your scribe had

THE been dillCOYeMlIarrr shot and killed by They filled this role and now theseare on the Rio Grande a few miles north of to go, but sent the mon the pleasure of being at one of the
Wingate was the men that Colonel J.-Walker.
RETURNS his cousin, Oscar NV. Hill recently, on president of the company, refuse to Rincon, Three persons were in possession dollar per day bei rehearsalsill say it is good; so look
of the horses and when McLeodand for the',4th of January 1893 that
AreAll, I. Fleming Fork.! Kentucky, while quarrelIng reinstate. As all efforts have put ,
at MadeClay.INDIANAP proved Mr B. D
over A girL Pollock rode up they were received amount. "ng the 4kte when it will be t't'n.
unavailing the Drivers association ha-
Mr.J. Fifteen hundred employes of the Man- concluded to hold a meeting and discus-- with a volley from the thieves. some twenty odd do I B f r Godfrey has just re-

.-The official yule Textile Manufacturing company, at the advisability of another tie up oi They returned the firevkilling one of be expended on thi' he Indian River country,
returns Vty in Indiana Providence. K. L, will get an advance In Colonel Walker's lines. the thieves and wounding another. The "'p. Mr. (l. says that's
have been wage on f)ee. 5. CIt third proved to be a woman, known as means he failed to < '
I' 1-
he statehouse. TeLthat both "Kid.1 She is a blonde, 20 years old, he called '0 }
The ret is charged At Denlson. The Crltchlow Verdict Gives Them Nerre.YOUNOSTOWX was his shop up and
,t Bracken the the Clark and Boa wings of the Democratic and says her name is Alice Parker and collee iness Satur-
first elector oCratic ticket party will knife Senator Mills in bl* 0.,Nov. 29.-The long- that she is from Texas. When arrested money for '! nit
received 263 race for the senate. she was dressed in male attire and car- count a
talked-of matter of McLuckie'sreturn
ierce, the first about $2.fcharges I Mr. L. E.
elector Tbe Deaha Lumber And Planing com ried a large sixshooter.The gree1
on iean ticket received pany's lumber mill burned At Arkansas to Pittsburg has been settled at man killed proved to be John A. fed List Satur fay, hav-

\Vhirh is 2. ,G cen's plurality, City, Ark. Loss between $500,000 And last. Hugh Ross, who is also wanted in Middleton a former Texan late.Hilla- road andThat'a 1 Pe.'t')'. llwa, ..

fa 1,08S: in and's plurality, $700,000; no insurance. and Pittsburg murder for alleged here treason:conspiracy evening boro N. Df., where he had a bad rep the will preach here:

:N O. V. Henil.,. of Cleveland,O.. windled was Saturday tation. The wounded man says his You tdat [genii .n.ng.
received one o.f ton either ticket workingmen At Springfield 0., out of in conference with his counsel, W. 8 name is W. S. Weatherwax. He and matter? II r l (O-c.: for New

Democratic as m the first. The I3.0UU by Belling them mortgaged lot on Andrews and Burgess McLuckie. Both his female companion are now in jail.Another Mr. Dancy railroad onjiness.
sl I Ting the smallest the easy payment plan. of the accused are confident of securing
Dumber ot their In with Mr. can refreslmagistral ,
2,167 behind Near Reading. Pa., John Shelter, aged acquittal company Horse Thief Caught.
Dracken. from
] jed
Andrews they have to Pittsburg. Georgia
can elector receiving 23 yean, shot oamaet: Mnhringer through gone
the. bar of TOtes I the head And then put A ballet through and will surrender themselves to the authorities DAVENPORT, Ia., Nov. 29.-A man home aye chat llorKia

fell 1 tfi5 belo I his own heart dying instantly. for trialLhomestead named John Murphy is in the hands of pired, It]

It 11 bailey who have intthedifferenc- Henry Stewart and Edward Harmon, the sheriff here charged with wholesale seer In* Mrs. Dow, *f

In.estigated the colored, got into a fight At Washington. Blot Cases to De Pushed.PmsBCBO horse stealing. He was arrested here to write lie.bhe has

first the number Ted by the Ind., and Stewart cut Harmon' Arm off Nov. 29.-It is said that with two horses and buggies owned in left three North

caU8ed elector following was with. A razor. Harmon bled to death. the Homestead trials will all be discon.tinned. Keoknk county. For months horses but, perhal 1d to grasp the

by zth on which many William Beck the murderer, who was of have been disappearing there and here "acquainted irngan last week
voters ; reported to hare died of fright on the Lawyer Argo, one the Homestead r
ping in Scott county. There is evidence that j Mr. Dancy tnled by Mrs. ..
the name of theDemocrata tor, opposed morning set for his hanging at Allen town, men's counsel, returned to Sioux Murphy stole them aU,running them off 1 heard North
for all the elegy Pa., turns out to hare committed suicide. City Saturday, and was authority for never Pthe
e tickot The from one place to the other or selling roads in St, J from titcold
Io8t.votes through Constable Lapan, at Altoua. N. Y.. the statement. them along the road. The value of the
this cert! \Ir and Mrs. C:.
mistake tha, publicans.e siekd" his dog At Neighbor Nappen'icows "The verdict in the Critchlow case stolen horses will reach several thou- thing is
The average T and Nappen threw a stone At the will in no way have any effect on the 'them in Putnrj in tb: One resfte -
ad the fifeticket sand dollars. He has a brother at each
teen eletors 1emocratic dog. Lapan hurled the stone back;striking other Homestead cases. They will not bdropped to "serve his c\\ and will ber
state end of his route.
Nappen on the head,killing him. and has been I have lived
waa 2 Claude Matthew no proposition or friends call.:
s ran only hind the '&T- Chris Febelrin a prominent contractor will be made to drop them" said Dis- OUmore's Famous Band. the past seventti tt1 If so pleaser

Crags elecprai TI cf Okawrille, Ills., fell from the top. Of ,. trict Attorney Burleigh when shown recollect a kingll so he won't
26Q 6D1."Th
'jTiIur n.CJ"'a mnx At St. Ubony.fraoturlog NEW'YORK Nov. 2i The memben I
aver il'e the itatemeut of Attorney Argo. -
D tL. ;;.Q'- his skull and sustaining other injuries i qne of them was] P jn us: and oblige
by the ate of Gilmore's Band held meeting Saturday .
electors was that will likely cause his death.J. a what theyanother. THE: T1U3IP.
253, 9A. Ira J. Fur Discharging the Girl*.
ved 23.623. at 62: East Fourth street, and r-- .
thll.l f S. Foster, A married man of I
aaoing 295 average elootoral Haven, Conn., eloped to Chicago A month CLEVELAND, 0., Nov. 29.-T. B. McGuire solved to give a concert this week at the one ofjhim. ,ote that Mrs. Wm.

the The plurality of ago with his cashier a young girl. Sun- of the general executive Grand Opera house. : business
Democratic e vote i* 6.800, day her father found them and took the commit-I a spleucud ,
1r1.Uc the litfetthewsis 6,955, younir girl home, after nearly killing tee of the Knights of Labor, The rumors that have recentry been nap t manner in which
'06ter. good a threat to bring criminal proceedings i current about the disbandment of this goot

A RlJND. Guy Kelly, of Nashville,*Tenn., and against the proprietors of the Troy II famous organization have been based on thin
Steam for of I .
Carl UerdmAn, of Howling Green, Ky., laundry discharging twenty- the misconstruction a telegram sent Mr Oeulb"
A MID. 0'Cat.ld lltas Jest Been met recently to fight A duel in the latter three girls because they joined th..1 by a lady vocalist who traveled with is, risTl de the !' known .
1)11tO. city. Heruman named bar knuckles, Knights. Warrants were issued for R.I the band on iU recent tour. It is now Mr ,
cue.. And Just AS the "duel" WAS fairly under W. Heimrath and H.V.. Storer, said that there has never been a thought ment to" Jibe Florida Southern, i
NEW TORT No from the Arrested them. .forking in South FlorId ... .
k-Aepedal way police they have been arrested.A I. of the band discontinuing the organiza while T,

HermeBville, ATessays: There ii Secretary of the Treasury Foster has re- I tion. Band Master Reeves presided at the misfortune to get 3

much excitement western part of ceived An open letter, Addressed to hIm by DEAD (ETTER. 'the meeting and read communications to appeartat0 1 in his eye. 1,
the state of Congressman Fitch chairman of the I the band that contained offers of excellent [og to this city, the dimeiden'AI \'
Senor the recent dis- doub) .
house Investigating committee regardingthe The Chinese delation Act I* L.:eljr toGo engagements from various prominent to painful oc.lature -
eovery of a gold c fabulous rich- payment of moneys to John I. Daren- : organizations and private parties. U. IJthai was sacceenfully
ness. port, chief supervisor of New York for by Default. i
; fees and marshals' expenses The letter 'dental Hilllag.MAartcsvus ] performed by Ur..GP-O. E.B ,
The find was brc about in a reirtifnate will be considered, Secretary Foster WASHISOTOX, Nov. 29.-It seems to I It 'a pichim: when Mr. Shields has

markable manner, disoovorona pays, And replied to In due coarse of time. be the unanimous opinion of those en- a, Ind\ Nov. 29.-An. t recovered the use of hu eye.
The secretary would not indicate whether trusted with its execution that the latest has no!
eIW being Author drew J.Goodpastor a prominent fanner,
) he would withhold the of Mr.Davenport's .
a merchant payment or -h A.
: of Altar Chinese restriction act has fallen dead oraugt O Fut rt'pre."Dtinlt:
thi accounts AS requested by Mr. a has been acquitted of murder here in 1 farther

of Two weeks a."o bought a piece Fitch. ______ letter. The law was passed the 5th of court. Last spring Goodpastor had ; $500 war] non & Co, commission! metr -

quartz a little from an which contained 9 Foreign )iote.. May last and required that within a trouble with Gowdy Leathers,a relativeof given to !, Augusta, Ga., is (in town

A. few over undo of gold Spain France about from its all Chinese laborer his wife, and drove the latter from the -
days later owes 4,000,000,000 year passage tq taI ..
dian BELUC
returned WtUUINO
his premises, telling him to never came
bringing another I rich gold bearIng within the United States shall take back. A few weeks later Gowdy came do nov

arona quarts then which Id for ftJO. Go will The consider coming A very Tory liberal congress program At London of re- out registration papers before the collector back, and Goodpastor seized a gun and more brother propetty tHis the residence of the bride's par-

'the place offered h 30 to show him forms. ...."- of internal revenue of their re- started to meet him at the door. Mrs. was t Kinneys, were married November -
where it' 1
th d had been ob- authoritative tpective districts and shall furnish Goodpastor, formerly Mrs. Leathers, attempted may account for
An denial
tained. from pho-
Th9 Goodman ana JUr.
21 Miss Flora;
offer accepted, and the from him and fact of it is, be would! nT&er Itmi and
the two Rome regarding the pope's health 1U .tographs of themselves for the purpose to wrest gun s I
way from went the off to dills,and a little healthtsgood. ." of identification. On the 17th of July in the scuffle the gun was discharged, frolic than work, t.hUAs hd* W not appointed Frank J. Smith.

Corona where mine Indian told Sir. At Balar. A town in Spain nine persons the internal revenue office issued its instantly killing her eon, James Leathers. to waste time eupeIl ng work The wedding was one:of the prettiest

himseIL to go to pee gold for were killed at A wedding dance by the collapse forms of application for registry to ah The jury remained out but a few on public roads. for
The in Putnam County tome time.
preach the Indi would sot: apthetradi- of a building.In officers having Chinese laborers residing minutes.A I will notice Mr. Flanders. Ills co- seen .

lion that mine t4lse of Berlin the omnibus and tram car in their districts, and distributed warn- called bid did not amount to a "bid" as About forty guests were in attendance,

the mine to any of the> ve race showing employee held A meeting And decided to ings in Chinese through all Chinese South Carolina Bishop Resigns. he bad certain conditions in his! bid, those from Palatka having come down

taw daya. a Mexi I wouild cUe in a strike unless their wages wen raUad. quarters enjoining every Chinaman who CHARLESTON, Nov. 29.-Right Rev. saying it the connections were such as, by boat. At half after eight the Lapp

Corona \VherhctedandfOUDi1 France's bill Against anarchist? papers, wanted to remain in the United Statesto W. B. W. Howe, bishop of the Episcopal on examination by our chairman: they pair came down the steps to the sounds
a rich upon which depends the fate of the pres come and register, and to bring his of appropriate music and took up their
crena. gS.lnIne1 Mbe named Teed- government, has been introduced into photograph with him and to be ready to diocese of South Carolina, has sent were not, if we had accepted his proposition position beneath a horse-shoe composed -

mine ,wi evidence of Ute chamber of deputies.A I wear that it was his correct likeness. in his resignation to Bishop Williams, and had found the connectionsnot of and roses
havinK been work or centuries and Is of Connecticut presiding officer of the he stated he would not r
is believed < French newspaper At Nice threat- I Up to Saturday just five Chinamenin as In the words! of the beau.
of to be OQt the best mines ened with.A libel suit by the Prince of the whole United States had compliedwith house of bishops. The act was caused have done the work or wanted more impressive
the Atteca. lomhich obtain Monaco And nS&UonaldeYeJoJIDenta regarding recommendation of his tiful marriage service of the Episcopal ,
they physician
such the law. The only penalty by pay for it, one or the other. We did
wealth centua ago. Corona the Monaco gambling hell are the bishop having had a stroke of paral- church, the twain were soon made one _.J
will in the law for failure to comply not consider his bid according to the
soon begin WOrk\ the property on looked for. with its provisions it deportation back ysis last March. His successor will be advertisement. by the officiating*clergyman, the R y.

enenaive acaI I 'The British representatives on the Ben- to China. It is the lowest estimate that elected by the diocesan convention, In reply to Mr. Dancy's *'1 :Mr. Avery No sooner was the benediction .
ring ASA Arbitration commission met At which meets May 10. 1893. Rev. C. C.Pfekney supposethis pronounced than the relatives
there at present 107,500 Chinese in
are is will that is.
INHUM the foreign office in London to consider economy say
of Grace church Charleston friends forward offer
-\ ENDS. : ; and pressed to
the United States and the cost
further replies in the case to be submitted average For it would cost the country twice' as
They ltaa4 :: :- to the United States of shipping back a Chinaman from his Rev. Ellison Capers, of Trinity, Colnm- their congratulation for the new couple's
O.a much to Mr. Dancy in orderto
rOrf oversee
a rjkmjlynmrB. aadWetch present place of residence in the United 'bia;and Rev. A. T. Porter, of the Holy happinessafter which a bountiful wed
At Bra seta crowd socialists him to do the work it
t AS a Communion Charleston and spoken of get : properly,as
States to in the of. As
some point Flowery ding supper was partaken soon
who had been Attending a universal
would to T. R Bowen. The
LOSDOJT, No,. LThe Telegraph cialist meeting, was passing the Matson Kingdom is >flOO. A very moderate estimate in connection with the vacancies.The I latter would oversee home most as supper was finished the young people -
correspondent: at St iP da Pupil some of them began stoning A of the enforcement of the law nights, started to dancing, and at one
ersbnrg sends an In ControL of the time and I could learn what he
People's Party
number of policemen standing And would involve an expenditure-of ,
account of a horribi near >j10,- o'clock they left for home. :Many
crime committed violent scuffle toot Several had done and instruct him what to do.
a place. persons 150000.: SAM FRASOSQO: Nor. 28.-It is apparent beautiful
by peasant at ZtstkW in Lithuania. I were Arrested/ The duty of carrying out this little that the People's party win hold the as I am perfectly acquainted with all which WM presents a silver were cake basket silver

Th. peaaanta gybed in the atandotherweapons. The recent explosion In Paris has stirred programme is imposed by statute upon the roads in the district." ,
night of in the holder silver dish half
the hut of a homey' the Austrian police into renewed Activity the secretary::: of the treasury and attorney elect power A card just received from a man dozen celery ,
whom they against Anarchist: And socialists. A large and is which will a successor to Senator knows silver spoons, a silver sugar e
wished to punish. general $50,000 appropriatedfor who Dancy well "B. B.
ie thief was aa1eeD number of arrests of extremists hare already that The additional Felton. The Democrats are five short says spoon and pickle fore a set of fruit
at the time with hfa purpose. $10- D. did not write that -card. He
site and Ave chit: :: been made in Vienna. Prague andGnta. for of a majority, while the Republicans knives and nnt picks, a beautiful clock
dreu. The peasants'I.t fire to the hut The Berlin And London police areeooperaUDg T00,000 required transportation purposes require seven votes to control the legis- must have found some one at aLSO per with other .
and ktopt watch for the occnpant& with the Viennese police in must be appropriated by the next lature on joint ballot. The seven inde- day to do it for him. I may want space and smoking set, together: .
if the law is to be enforced too to mention.
When the on gifts
shriekinglabatet tracking Anarchists. congress
tried to ee- dendente will therefore hold the balance next week, so I'd better stop for this
cape the, were met toot fiendish reUa Floods are causing A g fat Amount of the 6th of May next for it has. been of power, and as they will not say time. Respectfully! Board of Fire Commissioner
made evident that the Chinese resident
heartless now -
by the wletchta damage the Island of Elba. Several
and diiTen on is their choice the
who on senatonhip W. R. Bownr.
beck into the flames with ee.biTes t>ridg of the main roads running across in the United States have not the question it is doubtful who will b* the Attention is called to the fact that
One the island hare been washed way. On slightest intention of attempting to comply -
of the iDmates next United States senator.A Old Doctor Drummond the Board ef Fire Commissioners of thePalatka .
was murdered and all the otb-. whole aide of Mount San Giovanni is undermined with ita provisions.They ,
were And threatens to fall At any mo Fire Department will convenein
death. The
burned to After of study
culprits afi years patient and experiment
r- meat U" does fall it will crush out ofexistence loath Carellaa Murderer's S.nteaee.CLVMBIA
ward surrendered in a body to the Wire Beth DI. regular session at their rooms la
yoTL. a number of houses lying at its Nor. 39.-Governor TCI-: has given to the world a preparatIon
bAS* SnofEBVTLLE. Ga.,BOT. 29.-Saturday Central-Station, Monday, December 2,
man has refused to interfere in the caseof which la an absolute and per A full attendance
at7:30p. m. respectf
In I.S. -
London Swansea Plat
the Tin asses
{ at Trion while
evening factory a
.rresldent's ralherULaw.WAsmycrroy eUtion. which a fortnight*Ago discussed Wade Haynes, convicted of murder, i manent cure for every kind of Rheuma ully
: Nor. 28.-The pren-. the Adrlsabllitv of seeking new markets, man named Wooten and a negro were sad he will baDe Dee 20. next. Haynes tism. Ask your druggist for it. The GAY,Chief.

met again Wedne.'iay.and it WAS nsolred engaged, in a difficulty Wooten mck is a colored boy 18 years old, and his JESSE E. BCBTZ
dent's father-in-law has had a sever re- to defer, "'ouof sympathy for nrice is 85, but it is a large bottle and Secretary.
Gardner hat informed American the over the head 'with the butt arise WM the attempted ...Mlt sad the
and Dr.
fepae, theprWcUnt CAnners who Mr. negro will
supported Clereland. MM Florence" sil- will cure you, or the money be re Miss'Woltz of Lake is
the writer at Hornby: a City, visiting
that the patient may1fni'er a pushing of the tin plate Indosurin nd of his double barrelled skotgaa.
market&. It Also belle who lived three miles from turned. If you are offered something her cousin Miss Nina Woltz. "
Dew WAS :
libl. resolved pe
is to k
ftw w* ks, but paw away attttTtim appoint The gun was discharged sad Woolen else write direct and will send
committee evidcecewM we
A to watch the'dn.fab. i. is. The entirely youa
if ther ta .a recurrence of.thesinking meat of the AmericAn FM shot in the stomach sad 1tsaMnUy bottle maD
t&rttfotI&c 1IM1. nobody Iwriag teen the by Eipreea prepaid. Drum- One win intoClne1and'
Ua WMeL The win also dfe.
t tp the tin plate trade.v t negro tiasd .. 'MIL mond Medicine Co,4B-OO Maiden Lane, cabinet. The newt &pers

I New York. Agean wealed. should make that a prize cxmumdzuxo

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CJDompondent.PalatkaTtme*. Sugfestions to Congress Conoereiii .tia- STAFFORD WEAVER, second son Editor FaUtka Time /
,' Nov. 29. end-class Matter Under tq I notice an article in last
McMEEKix, FLA., your issue
of Henry and Sarah J. Weaver, died at

a "Itts- not often that our town mates'appearance The terms and Postal conditions law. of law his father's residence,'near Denver, on over the signature. of Lee' Morgan, II f
the where he shows me as an ex-convict
up ,
sin in your paper, which is Tuesday night, November 8, 1892. He ,,
should be so definite as to be easily un- and thereby an irresponsible man.
a welcome visitor In nearly was in the-tenth jear of his age. With
very derstood. It works great injustice and When bad merconspire together, good I
family in this section of the truth, it seems it has-been said, "death '
low to publishers to permit the 'Post' men are often infU'td.To say the
mark. The death of
town in the loves a Shining
county) Nearly every master-General to construe it as he does least, my letter Had the desired effect I 't-Y1
has loiter in so as this lovely child sudden and"unex W'tc
county a your paper, at present, according to his own individual intended to produce by the writer. I
to let the outside world know what they pected as it was, sent a thrill of sol-
wishes. .Favoritism and.opprea- find Flanders, Dancv and others have
but thatour row through the entire community.
art doing. It is nothing nght sion hare both been practiced in this hard been treated about as badly as I have,
which has been for some timeon Loving hands tried to ave him,
town particular by the present Poetmast r- and the general idea would aead othersto
let theirneighbors but, obi his stay was brief. Generous
the road 01 improvement
General. This statement is susceptibleof frank and open-hearted, his genialmanner I believe, that upon the same groundmy

know that we are keeping positive proof. An opportunity for attracted'all who came within bid was rejected. There must be

pace with them. such arbitrary rulings should be made his sphere. In school he is sadly sorre other ex-convictc, too. If its an '

We have pot quite reached three iun. impossible.! missed both by teacher and school unpardonable crime, when bad men

dred Inhabitants, yet we have quite as mates; but most of all iu that home in conspire together, and impose upon an
and SUGGESTIONS TO: TIlE' ,POST-OFFICE DE Which he was so truly the light and innocent victim charges that be has
town"as in the county,
quiet a any PARTMENT. joy. May our Heavenly Father visit no means of rebutting for lack of friends

as moral as aiy. The Presbjleriaa, Inquiries as to what the law is should his bereaved parente, brothers and and a biased court, then so far a* out-

Baptist and Methodist have regular receive definite and comprehensive an- sister with the Behest of His grace, ward appearances show, I stand guilty;

service here once a month,>nd flourish'. and. upon their wounded hearts may but if the facts were known to the pub .
Sabbath schools. ewers, supported by-a proper referenceto the son of righteousness arise with lic as they really exist. I should stand I _t_. u v. iSrsak

Ing the sections referred to, and, if possible healing In his wings. acquitted to-day before the bar of pub- i -
Our public school is perhaps one of [ have determined to announce to my friend i customers-
decisions and bear- The funeral services were conducted lic opinion.[ I was good enough to !
by regulations
the most.prosperous of any,in the county TUNITY ti purchase FINE and ELEGANT btJUlecied fr
with one of the most. efficient teachers,, Ing upon the question under consideration. by .Rev. Mr. Wight. The interment work roads and raft timber for people and"aned slock, and cut to measurement at prit ?

Miss E. Hancock, a young lady of .ter. At present inquiries areauswerel waS in the Denver: Cemetery.: The once (in this county, until I became: ef- any first-ckss Merchant Tailor; In the South. HV dtttrn1ll!! !
D. Varoes W. D. fected with rheumatism from
ling merit, and all of the scholars love pallbearers were exposureon increase mv business this fall, I have concluded tDUCTION" 8"1
She is educated In such a vague way that the publisher Benham, J. IL Hill. A. .P. Miller, F. the Ocklawaha river, ,floating timberto OF TWENTY 1l' e a 1 an
and respect. highly making them is still in the dark concerning Anderson and W. d. Norton. market that Was gathered from all PElt CENT on in: roT !
and a god dUcipliuanan. On Friday the opportunity may never occur again. CCME AXV 'CO '
to be
course lands free of
proper per- When I de.
18th the school We in vain look and listen
night the msU, gave may
sued, even after the answer, if one is mand a free voice equitable rights and W.iALEADING : D
au entertainment, which consisted of For the mild and gentle voice; .
made, comes to hand. an econoraic administration of our
an oyster supper, in the McMeekin All decisions once made should be Now among the blessed angels, TAILOR OF TIlE COUNTY. C.rrnPALA a seta
county affairs, to the interest of all tax on
.Alliance hall which was filled to the Sings aloud its praise and joys.
treated as precedents in future cases or payers alike I a-n branded with some KA. FLA. LI
utmost capacity. The object was to teacher S. L. S.; -
his :
until overuled and all decisions ,
raise a sufficent amount to ceil the upon thing in great greed --
similar statements of facts should be to timber and from their
get my ran me
budding, which was very handsomely Are giving your aid and influence
uniform and consistent. you
neighborhood, so as not to mole their
done. There were citizens from Palat-. i! Decisions that may be of :general or to the''Trade Edition?" Come, fnends I nelarons practices of burning and pillaging '
ka and
Hawthorn. Orange Spnnge.ruoaitAuiE. > special interest should be published in help us, and by so doing you will help forget they live in class hOuses J.
the Postal Guide. tbems lve!. And if the tables of justice !
Opening Song. . Five little girls t fQ ,.'XS FOR 'THE DEPARTMENT:: TO yourselves.C. were turned upon them they would } ::1

CHARADE: Madcap-M. E. CONSIDER. A. Snow & Co.'s pamphlet, "In- not be suffered to exercise any freedom

cock,as Mother; Birdie Cody as Haj appears ground for with- Advice about Patents> beyond the prison bars. :
ter, and Gadsden Jernuran as 1, a publisher the right; to formation .and I hope every man who has not been ; Time Table in .

(,n'Sy WAEXIXO: A song, |'Ues, why not notify him Caveats,TrademarkSjCopyrigbts,"etc., treated fairly by the Hon. Board in their. ,I It

11. E. Hancock; Young Lady-Miss late the grounds for the may be obtained free at this offic equitable dealings with the tax payers, \

Florence McMeekm: "ioung Genii-' :1 Before making the ore will be heard through your columns; = = = -- --. -
man-Mr. Adna Johnson. a decree before the A CUKE FOR TWENTY CENTS and the people made acquainted WIth C"OU'1'II. --- I I- '

CHARADE; Childhoo.; Gadsden. Jp. beard? Any remedy sold at one dollar a bot- the doings of our custodians. 6L .,. 27. 71.I 8TATOXS. X0.1.tlssym NuAu .-... :. ''

nigan-Old Bachelor: eM'iDlIousekeeper. t :y subject a publisher -which claims to Rheumatism C. II. HEJTENTVAY.DKUXKEJIXE'S. .... .. ..:. .-+4 sO.wLv.;! ..... .... at eonvllle..Ar -bNt- ;.. ::::
\ lol. -e expense, including aob \1&t cure .... .. .... t :l1..p..tttaIolftJArt .. .... tL"et IQflh t01'mt
.... ...I.A. t'd
= .... .
.... ... .. .... 1Ig11' :IOaJIlt
i for when all L\'j f t.Af .111
servant; Adam tike > to obtain a reversal Is simply a impositions, or the LIQUOR HABIT I 00 a. t a. .. ...
8 4taJD t a.pm ..'.......'.A..lIatotiDlfS..U: '11 lOam
ART CRiTit Bit ch never would have expenses are deducted it leaves not Cared at Home in Ten Day* by Adminls t &IIt t J ..-s' ." _'' r.... ..... East Pa1a\b... ,... ':::Ar -J:: : ,6-o amtt30lUIltt3'l11lD
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Picture; Adam facts/ been consid- more than twenty cents to represent Urine Dr. Halne Golden Specific. .. .. ....!Art .........1'1&tb.. .... ...'. I jLY ._ .. ... .. ...
pbry Jernigan-(j ..pID'L.: !.:\l
TEAM TO )tONTra"elhn \ ''(s of no repu- medicine. Dr.Drummond's Lightning It can be given in a glass of beer, a ..........It;!.:!4.. ,.... ...... .. ..East Fa tka. .. ....M ...:.r ... ....

(;0'WlIliamslIer ility to issue : Remedy, which is performingsuch cup of coffee or tea, or in food, without .' {) I dr.Sari"r' ::;:. .$an Metro Malice.,lune... : .Ar Ar :

S b star cham- wonderful cures that it is being the knowlege of the pati .nL It Is absolutely :.: :tiI iL; .. .... .... .... Mateo June,n.. ..:.Ar Fl..W.:. .
'Ticket Agent.WAX -- Jce upon theCongressional medical harmless and will effect .... ... .. \eoga .. .. .. .Ar'' I ..
the faculty
Wonilonaparte prescribed by a : pm. .?... ... .,... .. .. ... .
everywhere, is compounded at great permanent and speedy cure, whether ...... ... f f1tJpm'' .... .. .. ..li .. ... .....ormond.. ..... ....Ar .....m: 'No.MeNOon
Men, flue nee appear from and cannot be the patient is a moderate drinker or an .jt f aulmn; ......... 1 .........Daytona. ..... .... lAr''.....,,....ltl30pmt
"Washington-Ely he rights of a expense rare drugs Eli I (f. i6lOpmt
Ins-Adam Sik{ ( 'ce. sold for less than Five Dollars a bottle. thousands alcoholic wreck.of It has and been given;' in f Ora : : .. : :::: :..:: :::.. PortOrange..At.: ::.m

Lena! SIkes. So' But it always Cures. Sent prepaid to a perfect cases cure, has followed.in everf instance It- t..I. .. .. : ::: : I ::: : ::: Smyrna. .:.::..:::..Lv,

lcM1C hat:' Me any address on receipt of price. never fails. The system once Impregnated .... .. ..]..:... .... ...: .. ....1.... :..... .....TicusTUle .............:. 1 deter Smyrna

.. Jonuton"fOpSy-tlumrt: 'Uueh, Ltlzena felling that Dr. I I Drummond Lane,New Medicine York. Co.Agents, 48-wanted.O Maiden utter impossibility with the specific for the it liquor becomes appetite an- ::::::: .::::::::: ::::::: ::::::1 -::: -:::J;: :::: :::::::::::Rockledge::::::::::::::: a1Q ._ ..

lady-Inez 1 r.
to exist. Cures 48 '
guaranteed. Dally. fP Uy except Sunday. Line.
For musIc ConsnmpFPills We- earnestly desire those of our page book of particulars free. Address Connection -AtJack onTHl with S, r.&; W.R', 1'.C.&; P.t'J
lloop and V Buck- friends who propose to take advertisingspace At Palatka with the O. 8. & f. It,.and J, T A; K. W. R. R. \hem Trains
ILMeclun.tableaux h ctnc Bitters in our grand holiday edition to n __ ____ Train No. waits at 1'alatka for J. T. & K. W. and Fi

in Remedies that send in their copy as soon as practi Capitols Cook Stoves; bake No. 78, when said Trains are on time. ; edne day and

Birdie (;00'acknowledge1 Ve given suchJVe cable. The '"DAfiorr" Is appointed to leave Sew Smyrna L eY err kkdge every
: -- better last longer and Friday,at.30 a. a .for Itockledge and intermediate landing 4)turq
do hesl- give
not Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday at 6-00 a. m. in rasa. Act.;
'of the prose every time, and Stock of Groceries is better than W. L. CRAWFORD, Oen. Sept. JOSEPH RICHAr_ ,.
Pantomimes"U.on Fid the purchase My satisfaction any
the wJ Insults do not fol- 'I

cess, am* at th 13 remedies have alwaysgyp to. the highest stand- other make, at F btusi tolts
'Zti!bt the icac] I risn l li
panty purely on R. DUNNS. + = s b what
:tired hJ'.'h, y \\ue> by Ackerman ard. PricesrRiehtat: i t
'. Prlcet't
Mr. \Yt tam] ,.-.. >w Lewes orb .

est over residents fortv vcarri{ [ES. R / R. DUNN'S. For Sale or- Rent ri1V YAY

Tuesday l3ht..11 w 3 take ao abet.
,buried l 31 li ..am.JJason J < GO TO TIlE SARATOGA HOTEL, PALATKA, oak ulr

on i hi+ ,23. r29.sports. J. H. CARPENTER FLORIDA.
was aiu'uiit 'd :relatives slid fine Lemon Street bet.Kansas Hone and .niHIS! POPULAR HOUSE ISO WELL AND r,,, '. r bNelawa7WWe
J_ fawratyj! known to the tourist and Karel
about Rixt\ yearj ft ripenrd Groom Bakery,for in e public,b offered for sale; or U can be leased
wife and one dau a* it now ttAiVa. anfurnMied.

1Iide of eight fb".i much DRY STOVE WOOD or The even owner throughout might fnrnMi and complete standing, if Furniture.aatisfacOTT are Wholesale Southern Agents 49J

Our depot ag !'nt'' l extend eke., Large t terms were offered. for theaa celebrated loktnunenla.and yoa can buy from U as
. now, Chipping f oningi'; assist in Loads More, 60e.for Jthe and money 78* dellrered.anyone ilT Wood is i or full particular and C.terms P. UEVEREUX, apply to easily, c ea Irand safely brman.as in person. jar

and our merchants al:" rices. dry eyeD after a rain, *e it under coyer aet6 1Da line anS- Palatka, Ma. LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah Qa. wtw_ .,
large business. and Cn: >" a.. -
Our hotel will k comlis JACKSONVILLE
open ondent IN Til E CIRCUIT COURT OF TUT-
rumor says, some ur L. D. EATON M. D.

:en ui;>.J for thIxMtrdcrs r ::5 con.due HOMEOPATHISTOyyiciiFnYsBLocl 8t8Ei1 DYOill&OJdY\ rks NAiL COUNTY STATE OF

There appears to oe t FLQ UD.\-b Crr.tl":.
TCaJ eMittr, 'II JK.\;. '1t:1o: > publiclie ; :, P ALATKA, FLAt 26 Xewnan SU,bet Bay and Forsyth.

our JUo't! tit < ( T for l"t'I' better i Residence- <5orner Main and First StsOmoz OXLT PLACE OF-THE-KIXD FLORIDA.. Abbott .F. WadeT I

several deed within the pa'| J.,neon, and' HOCKS- tolOa.Bulto3p.m Thomas A. P rhy"e'a).

r Ictus elect and T to ft p.m. Soda --1 to 3 p. m. Ladies and(iea5$' Wear of every description TTXDBR AND BY Y1BTIT5 OF A DECREE
Patients from a distance can .be treated Cleaned or Dyed.tsrlarti U D 8 A teased QUI
is the only I .. or K icLo: rm AJ {
LOVE CAME TQ ME. through the maiL Office coneultation free. one Reading.- good by express I pay the Oirwdt Court or the Stow oO>xid, In and
f patible with Clurgc way.H. for rogiAm County IB Chancery'sitttag oa the
Love came to me one morning glAnd I ap8-Cm BALLOU, Proprietor. 6th day gf October, IKM,la a eave In the laid
F. Wad Isconplateant
begged that I Tif>ud; let him yl-tf Court depending Sarah P. HEAD
and Thom. A- Itarl.y THE
to has arrived to lilT
Shoe leads STAT
And warm his little bands and ft! I The "Goodwcar" Darby, and the SatVwal Imprwveuient Com-
.J Silas Smith ,are def >UnM.laball. oa MONDAY the
smiled swell pan ,
Beside mv fire. He so : grove The Little Putnam"SAMPLE tt.1802,offer for sale
6th of
How could I tell the nabs nay?" used by his son. Mr. 'em all at the low price of One an Q.sell fbr cash It)the highest and beet bidder -
ROOM, In front of the d?or of the Court nOUN ofsate
Tee now could I send the child away dencV &nd remain with us Dollar anal Fifty Cents, at LEMON STREET, PALATKA.ILL kale,Pntnam all of the County ioih wlnft deScribed property CLIGRAPg
Torth: through the wind to stray, I perma Line to-wit: Beginning at a point on the bank of The
Fun of Choice Wine and Clare
nently.Mr. Liquor -
Hirer at the oothworter1y!' corner
the St.'Jonn
When from the cold and. cheerless j. R. DUNN'S.Notice always In Stock.cronterlfrom Blahs A. Lurin
H. Todd, of Sew York, Is again of a lot of land conveyed by

street.Love to met among us, assisting in moving his ; the Country Promptly Filled, and lecturing Ellen,H.oc&panT..Sts wife by, to a knx1 the PutnamManu-eeemlier.nuaTand R i'CC'rFt i uWW't''ciU thee fl

came fine crop of oranges and lemons. to Debtors and Creditors.A .oc9-Sm CUAS. HEUBSA Proprietor.He II recorded in the ('kri's offlc for I e a, tbC ".,w (,Tr tor ntenH ; -
said and running thence north ) H I Eo tveufott till -f ( >'-
Potaant County
Our latest arrival has taken residence t
Ah eel I warmed the frosted .
fay. the SlRR1t
six dMrreeo.. flfteea n> D.te. wert slung eet iSTRfCTIOV t7slt.l bl'R4BCLITTSe
Bui> ,..bfi* ftfcaiwrt my breast be lay, with our genial postmaster,Mr. n. W. LL PERSONSCL&TINGCLAIMS AOALl"ST.t1 western side of Mitt Putnam Mantifactnnng S..>...._ .tI r8t,. ceadifJII",
deceased "
.i. the }tate of D. L. Kenaolt > chains to Make nn 'ernr )(L" Level Re'
With twinkling eyes, the little cheat Bray. Florida, will JDfo.r.r : I. .fftlac:
Putnam County present r fence; th westerly sod Mast and :IitU" o
Sent through my heart an arrow It is not yet quite clear that there umO to me; and all person indebted to aalde.tau along laid wire fence three chain and orty- 80..""" I<<.sac o.nrter.andbeal.
fleet.'And is any political: move here consequenton will make paJlllent to me.t seven links to s take; thence oath sissy d.- .- G'S

Tt think I rue the day the late elections. It is not one of tc2-Sw. lR5. I.AdmlnLitrStriz.RENAtLT greet and Rrteeen mlnntea; east 14 twbk. win.of aid and Tht A. .ut....._-__ .....Its "ltsenrd"or TII1'rtosa
yon forty link to a Make on the eat .. L'tU.SIC "Ol>
the ten twelve bank Lar..&." but P Ua
Love came to me? or peuc.derslStwly reported river, thence northerly along Said river
to the local but rather four chains and eleven links to place of be -
Gertrude Morton, in larJplncott'S. reset NOTICE. OF FINAL* DISCHARGE- teitetkerand with all and CiMra ea alpIIc.t1
"one of the least of the tnbe of Ben containing acre .
singular the tenement*, now** and law Machines: |ad on iosta11meDta.J
DIED.-In this city of consumption. jamin. Mamma and she are both doing IS HEREBY: GIVEN: TILjLT SEC proreroeau thereon nd thereunto btkoDPIo
nicely. NOTICE* after date, I will present my final % or 1a anywise apiertalalag.ILAal. A. BLUR, ant
JL: familiar headline isn't it? It's account and Touchers a*Executor of tlw estate "W. ) WRIORT na.BE .
Our new Methodist Church 'is expected of Samuel Tames, deceased. late of Putnam Speofaa Master.FUTTHU mh 4ee
pretty risky to neglect a cold or cough. to be ready for consecration County to the County Judge.of aid County and .. A VTCTWS Oaaplataaai tooUcI&ot.
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant ak for a anal i diacaarce ax such Executor.ARLUO : y.ttiHGLISHl .. -
services on the 11th instant, and work % VAKXES,
safe and cure. P. F. Peek.One .
ia being pushed to that end* Executor. I'AN'APDU.D
.--- Mr. A. H. Crane has a largo force t>f Crescent Oq,Ft.,Oct.J4th,1892. oclt- : IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL A

Dollar Weekly hands engaged gathering his excellent FLORIDA $ A PERFECT MAW.i1t5Th .
ot cannas calladiums etc. Mr. ,
crop Tremont Hotel .I-IItA tclUSl11 .All
Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club I Crane has made a specialty of floriculture Bitten PUTNAM COUNTY-IxCEKY. CnAN- ;ro.:':".:;::.:: = iad .
'' for a number of and from
.System. Our 14-karat gold-filled ca.sea' years, ri (TOKXKXLT BOTH. reGaL) u seat .
war branching out he undoubtedly -
are warranted for 20 Pine?
years. Elginor
Cares all Female Complaints and Monthly -
Waltham movement. Stem wind finds it very profitable. XETT&AX STREET*KEAR BAT,'JACKSONVILLE ,

and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal What, with pat ing oranges, and FLA.LOCATED. Jack Irregularity or Sides, Leucorrhoea,strengthens or the Whiter feeble,,Fain lands 3o ephfHA1Dft'. I For cIowreJohn care..I'.r!. Lass tiro.a n.t.t1W.'.'.a.fc..
.. ,
.to $#; ) watch. To with other! fall work, in connectionwith 3fortgage. yet.i..t bw+.. .
any secure agents OPEX ALITHI op the whole tyitem. It has cared thoanads v, ..a.s.4' ..... M
where we have none we sell one of grove and- garden, everybody CD"TIULLY : Kenorated. and wfll cure,-oa. Druggists hare it. bend : ArrrtnnfO BY TOT AFFIDAVIT OF I rid.." .,..cr -..
the Hunting Case Watches for the seems very busy about here just now Rates, 82.00 to ioO( per day.DODGE. 0Ump-tar book. 6 11 Jostra' urains; the CDlDI..1na. tbac.1D defeDdant YttaLiY ..,.f ION-
of the -
Club price $23, and send a O. D. by and good help is hard to get. !: A CtTLLEJfS) IL;1.1".))B03IGOOLE a CO. Lolbvtua. b.p the bend III of unknown tbe am-c.and the wt reaidence tile laid defendant taar atrt/s W..,ta v sf.u.u.
It is to be hoped that the ,
with property 01 :. : tehe'isf'taenitorut
oex reM, privilege of examination Proprietor is twenty-one years age.1t :. ..
before for owners of this section will give your "'tl-0m therefore ordered that Said defendant. .' 0.100... ..""'"
paying same. the bill Sled berMn, ...N.r.easst
Edition" do appar --.
Our agent at Durham, N. C.,writes: "Trade the patronage it de .. .. ?+ on John the Sellers.PItTH DAY ; DECEMBER, 1551,the .....r... '1ttUlDoe"-
serves. tats day f or Mid iwuith.It & .... '\ I
"Our hare heir ,
jeweler confessed they dont bow 0 0 same
&K>W you caa faroUb inch w.rt for thotuoney"Our There are thousands of 'acres of wild AN EYE ; OPENER. CURE 1.:,saes ordered that tide PolU be"b--: ui i.0K wit paw.t tr::'ct: ..' rim.ed,M es'
in this U&bed once a ......... .
vicinity specially suited YOURSELF Weelyenewryaperpub- ItaII.y'e_ -' aTasst.Mitt.
Agent at Heath Springs S. c. Q te the C' ........;
t w
writes: to fruit culture, which. cannot be /If troobfcd with Cenorrh\ in said County and CitcgILwitnese of said Courtthis ,... ...."- as ......N
utilized THIS SPACE rOleet.WhitM.8MnnalorrncealaffanyimaatnraldiKbarpvatk1 my hand ADd t.M add ,
by present owners.
Why not i ltdkcAL0.SSIFr
Twwatehe of Octeber.ielZ.FRANK
take at lrht. The gentleman / &ch day
'wb.Rot the Jut watch said tots be examined let the facts be known to those who WILL BEjOCCUnED BT I four a bottle of WRIGRT: Clerk.
and priced t Jeweler watches. in Lancaster. ,that are in search of such? PALATES.: Rig 6. It arakfn a few dan r.U1.) By D.M. KiRBY,D.C. J .
'**n no tetter thin roan but the price WM ,\.' "TItPOPULAR IDAHO/' I without the aid-poiaoous or poblidtj andRearaMeed o/a QIIEP:3L. SFATTOBD,ConipUiaanf*fKJidtor.oc7 .' '

'Our agent at Pennlngton, Tex., writesAm Do not sit down and whine because : not to trtetore. :DIE. a..SwaTk.

U receipt of the watch and am raNd have not what want in this Ute, T. Me BAY, Pror'n, rCMwial Awrta Qv1. I .seen. .:1.Ip'seayISK. wdbts i w..M M a..
lDeauue. All.. who ban gem 1 you Manufactured by BEATTT8 GROANS' lof.. $ ** .... n..
:It god reliable as ... wanted for but np and hustle_ and get It. The WHO WILL TELL TOTj)- t Tit! Inns Chemical Co.1CtNCmNATI S U': oooo O. JU.W.AD5. !tar par. m..BM.! tmAf*
l Agent world is all before TOO. There Is as ,a leulars, catalogue,address r.n*+H T* Write for
ce.: particulars. -{ABOUT TIlE GOOD TIIio9 r ulw.e ta .w 5.1
CXrniB WATCH much room in it for you as for anybodyelse U.V.A. DANIEL r. BXATTT,, "iil .
COX. NEW TORK t. ;..N Mftw lift
tGeoI-tr and as good a place. i EEFT AT TQI9 BESOBT.! :". 1'.v 44 eA "' .r *.- Washington. ,Sew Jfrief.ir.4 llti



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r lAte of thr Correspondence .w !" n'; "' ;
S B *-* by the Is ;he ,'I"[ I. uriMie new Falatka TuraWELAKA ,

Sera Tkat ttiii, j>' 4. ,n.h; f '*:waijie n1'r October 2S. i l..tG!.sFlower '

-nts of Ulttlll't; ,''.(hi i _. Muiilu.naodftifrttid 1'lrefaa Thank giving hu ajaui passed to .

( In La ,L hu luuu ,. t.I> itMiiifci tti- North amSwitb. and many turkeys paid the penalty and J

4- bthacidentfne< la lquilpt'tl: ] i with Pullman Palace contributed much to the welfare of its .
cIa Cam, tub nun It'3Vt'lf iJ.ickAuDFilIe at

art?** at Atlanta 7:45ruext )morning; here oa that day, drew a good crowd Boxes

that tiatownfear8a'0bnuine li\ire ;;'to p. in., connecting; at and some 15 contests for the various This is the query per- Orange Wraps.

*nd borne Naitmlie who the Chicago 'Veitibulet prizes. The capital prize being a 23? What Is petually on your little .
Limited and M. Louie making boy's And he is
rbe sleepers, lips.
sensA eq cobbler and after an exciting
pound '
Llookinjyyeaj endant of only one change! between. Jacksonville It For? no worse thanthe big

II In was stand.tng or 1'aJalk.t and Chicago! St. Louis shoot the score proved a tie betweenMr. ger,older,balder-head HOOPS and Nails

cold and alt principal pomt4 ia the North Bracy and Dan Waldron, each getting ed boys. Life is an interrogation
shirJwlth .
west. 23 out of a possible 25, and was point. What is it for?" we con '
one .
Uai Q g thflh] >of n merchant At Atlanta with the the Vestibuled"Dixie Flyer"Limited connects for shot off at five birds each, Dan getting tinually cry from the cradle to the -.Z-AND. WHOLESALE DEALERS IS *

I n iss Washington. Philadelphia and New all five and Mr. Bracy four. Two other grave. So with this little introductory **.5?:fr* "
sud jiroUe > .
ces y York. On or about Decemtter1stthis tnrteys were among the prizes an] sermon we turn and ask: "Whatis .
hailed y was this splendid service will be extended Capt. John Fink got one and W. ,V. AUGUST FLOWER FOR?" As easily Flour, Grits! ,' Corn Bran Hay Oats CottonSeed
y eloUowiugCOllogia through to Tampa. To make a long, Stephens the other. The smallest score answered as asked : It is for:Dys .i, .

1 story short, the Georgia Southern and won a knife, but he had gotten away pepsia. Jt is a special remedy for .

le Otlro, Florida, with Its through sleeping car before the knife was presented. lIe the Stomach and Liver. Nothing I. Meal and 'Fertilizers.

"loan n service, quick time and close connection will probablY do better next time. more than this ; but this br Jrful. ,

is giving all points tn Florida the ; Many ladle were on the ground, and We believe August Flower cure' OLD J., T. & K. W. RAILWAY FREIGHT HOUSE.
'Fvobe lot replied most comfortable: sure and rapid transportation much mirth and fun was indulged in.

InaffecU i hat lu the to ail points North; and he One man was so attractive, that some Dyspepsia. We know it will. We taJTAll orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipments Jl&de... "

thunder i that much who fails to ask for a ticket by the one remarked that he won an electric have reasons for knowing it. Twenty

money? "Suwanee River Route" will lose both belt. Another was so complimented on years ago it started in a small country

"Iwari time and opportunity. his good looks, that it will be a wonder town. To-day it has an honored

me ter eat.! if a large State building at Chatta- place in every city and country store,
the dart eclDgly.fte hoochee don't a door f of him. It
open possesses one of the largest manufacturing .
ltSome : merchant AN ORDINANCE was a chillyrlay,coats were used appropriately plants in the country and WALTER THOMAS.

*exclaunescanning< (rprise, after which were lying around loose sells everywhere. Why is this? The
regardless of their ownership. The
weather reason is as simple as a child's
who took the
grand prize wore along
beaten a oiiciuK that TO PROVIDE FOR THE LEVY party coat which had a very suspicious thought. It is honest, does one

his clothe d and tuna as OF TAXES FOR THE cut to It, and was closely scrutinized as thing, and does it right alongitcures .

to make i L Ct of well as criticised, and finally pro- Dyspepsia.

bad fuck, / picture" YEAR 1892. nounced to be a good pattern for that G.G.GREEN,Sole Man'frW'oodbaryN.J.S. .
cur money. indispensable article used about bed. aniiicyGroceriesPALATKA
The Staple
htn fervcui'y, I time. One fan merchant had his handsso

and then 'Xow boss, J BE IT ORDAINED BY TJIE: CITY COTTJT-: full in sallies from the ladies that
knows I n clothes i but OIL OF THE CITY OF PALATKA, I he concluded it was about time to open A Baker
back mil STATt OF FLORIDA. his store. lIe could not stand the ,

for caih.Uurlng. my belly calls 1. for the of I racket. All went off very lively, and it FLORIDA.
purpose began to get chilly! which made people
securing an ejual ;nd uniform rate of fly for their hearth-stones, when other .

th ion in Georgia taxation and to pay the appropriations I enjoyments followed. Some haif-dozen COR ATERJlmEETS.

last October, Third fanjlif for the current expenses of the city,1 of.the Welaka baseball team together

was arguing ily; ita possible and for paving the expenses of the with other from Norwalk, went to San

Said with a ague lot Peck & Co. Fire and Water Department and the Mateo, to play a match game, which ALL dOOUS JT. 'VD1Ij. ja15-lyBL

he, ]> t fnen (s; if interest on bonds,there shall be levied resulted in a score of 9 to 16, favor,of
given conj. roe] Govefrtun m upon the Real and Personal Property, Welaka and Norwalk. The boysreport
will than other treatedin
auy having a royal gocd time, being
pan,. ',"We, boss," said upon the dollar distributed as follows: fine style by the San Mate people.

the negrov.foughlj oa nut General Fund-Eleven mills. Turkey and other tempting, viands were
and ryhhi ire and Water Fund-Four and one-
his rof spread. They all extend their thanksto
eyeyou 'de while neo-- half mills. the people of San Mateo,and hopeto
pie am de Bonds1 Fund One-half :3tARL'FACTUEE13 OF
f us degwme Interest on -
nigxar am do them like honors before long.
eeondbow I ks Pee mill. The Saturday before Christmas is the t

tel: jme any (I Dig llr, Ton i. Passed by Council this 27th day of day booked for the return game, and ege
baal, I>. IWtt. CYPRESS[ 10 YELOff PINE
do tooled. f J t.naLched ef October, A. DEWrrr also for a general) gala day here. All
; 10 ,
Qugb for, me. President of Council. are warmly invited and can depend on a
good time. Due notice will be given. ,
Ladies ftuiute, Approved October 28th, 1892. We are glad to hear the whistle of LUMBER !
because the hi MARTIN GRIFFIN JR., Mayor.
se'in society the steamer Pope Catlin. She makes
the weaker Attest: JOSEPH PRICE, daily from Drayton Island
thev daylight runs
Delves bodily.
Wey'8 Pluloio [SEAL.] Oily Clerk.. to Palatka and is a much needed SATSUMA HlGHl'S FLA. TH CT.;
rols the nerves October 2Slh. 1892.
aide improvement over our boat service.
nature fn.hus functions, She Is fitted for
and thus Notice to Debtors and Creditors handsomely passenger ARKtheBEST.
comh e many ills of comfort, and is receiving a fine patro- IIEATI-Y'S I ORGANS Send for CaU- BOOK.-
Womankind su l>AMiO. 'BEATTV, Wa hIng
If your : HEREBY GIVKV FOR ALL nage. Heretofore many have been K. -
druggist has not will order It N'OTJCB ne baring claims against the estate at going to Palatka via Pomona and Sisco. oo.I>e w Jerse y. norft-tf SHIPR.
for you for '1 Martha A. McShane deceased late of rntnatn.
a rom Chas. F. Now all this is changed and the new
County Florida.to present the same, duly authenticated
St.Risley l wbol.sa] t, 62 CorUandr ,within in time prescribedbylaw boat gets the dollars and much freight. THE ACME
ew York' a descriptive or this notice will be pleaded in bar; and all 1 Mayor Packard has returned from a .
1 1ea j persons Indebted to said estate will make payment If wa LTEACH-
tUlcate. fmrn ms and cer-j to WM.H McSHAMC, four months trip about New York and you .

tined It ;IDA who hare LOUISE. McSHANB, looks well, and,as usual, takes time to APARTMENT HOTEL ERS, at a cent stamp
and I Executors.
of cant ugh in lavuri Skit MATBO: ,FLA,Sept.18th,1S92.:. sport among the l'-.d- lUsler'.lf _' .-.ae1tS1llx-- .-- H. Bryant is getting in shape to I Befitted and BefornUbed with Entirely New for Catalogue
grind the sweetness out of his cane. Furniture Throughout. Centrally Located,convenient
He is the only one around here who can ; to Depots aud Boat Landings. Good
I Dining Room In Connection with Comcpond- bL mLLIARI .
"raise cain.: L
tug Low Prices. '
Potatoes are being dug and the crop : laFuraifOjed Rooms,boo to fLOO per Daj
A fie Picture Puzzle. is very good, where any were planted. to f6.fIO per Week.II .

Gardens need rain; roads are very H.A. BURT,Proprietor G &CO

sandy. The comet has struck no ono II Ul W.Bay Street, Jacksonville: ,IT*.
n. roDowIDr pieta.ooatatr row God,s man end WI tJ.ree daecbteead as yet. 'BUCKEYE.
Mr oa lie bat it II DOC n Mq to diaMgaish the r01 the three JOUr ::
=wu a few aenp&ptJ'II sues ties ago u4 attnIcted coaaid.ablo: aut o.te I
wdiae ow oQir flaw pries oc.petihas lanoo.cti.a with it. As th*Bole object Cbamber1a.1n's EyeOintment. and lKm:
k4.laf.1teelr M Into' :bomes those we,1 eatene the former conpditia ane d sinIt Fir- nsurance
DOt to.0 athit to the reliabiliy O( Thu Ford Re L/aadtbeettioiatioaiii whtcbUwtf ,
aw .,... Caaada,vbere they are b.. known,patrons are referred to th daily A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
ti ID4&.di c aw..paaa1Il CJl Tosootd.a .
... Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old

Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema, .

Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples

and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.

t ;ti Hundreds of cases have been cured by 1

it after all other treatment had failed.

silo put np in 23 and 60 cent boxes.
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.NOTICE Honorable Judge of Probate of Putnam e
County,Florida,on the FIRST MONDAYIN
MAY, A.. D.18S3, to make final return of
rr.i ; ay accounts as. Administrator de bonls non of -
estate of Wm.P.Ringham,deeeaed, and for a rl l \ .A. .
/ t final discharge from said Administratorship is
&qq7t hereby hen,to compliance with.1aro'M'EK.AdminJ8tra&or
\ de boni non. G, BECEIYER,

October II,I89J. ocl-6m THE SCHOOL OF' THE SOUTH.' -

(Open day and night the entire year.)

: U noN issued out of and under seal of the SUCCESS dNPAUALLELED I Trnpi iM I Trunk Line
i Circuit Court for Putnam County, lorida,on TAMPA
the.fcth day of October, A D. 1892ln favor of C. .
lL Gilchrut and against Mary H.Brent,I hare THREE DISTINCT DEPARTMEXTSCommercial. ieti'tem of and '' & KEY WEST
Stenograph Tei' jrra.pJv corf rine USOO Embracing Railways ;
leriecl on and will offer for sale to the highestand ,
best bidder,for cash at the front door of feet of space all under direction of distinrniBhed Steamer Bonthl shoM/w adjofntog, map, ex f Tl'' l SYSTEM
: epecialitts. Text books discarded landing rd from Jackson v .
the 'Court House in Palatka, Putnam Count ,, +
M 4 Florida,on the FIRST MONDAY IN >OVEMBLR Scholarships and board cheaper than other in- + I .,A'rawttceraoaatr '
,A.IX 112,teing the seventh diy of aid ctitntions. Gradnar.ea'&IIS1Sted to positions prominent wintl*nd summer
month during the legal boon of We on said through our employment agency-not on* idle. '
1 / d&ll following deecribelproperty: Send for handsome catalogue to Pletsire Resorts
of north half of northwest quarter Section WYATT & MARTIN ;
I! IS.Township 12,South Range 27 east,excepting ee2-tf Macon,Ga.
-I four acres conveyed to Washington Jones by of Florid. ThrtORh-trala .serrlc with l r
deed recorded in Book -r. 354-83,Putnam and ?
page Parlor, Pullman, Buffet, Sleeping w errau a'' \ 'saeC .
*, and excepting about 8 Cars can you t;Ujoeg ,,, e er >
l/ reed ?
acres on page* 229-30; in Book "M, VIGOR OF MEN s
Putnam County Records, and excepting about y
eta acres,recorded on page*C03-604-605,in Book EaaU,. Quickly, Permanently M..tor t "T," Putnam County Records and excepting \*>mlLB._' ._..__ :Itchlllty. and aQ
about acres recorded at pages? -96-99 in Book tale train of crtl from early erron< aSSs it:oi. Md Pill Co.; will em sa e1tp1t I al Shetlan.d po"le "K." Putnam County Records, and exceptingabout tb*results of overwork.Mekima,worry eta Fall Fruit farms, &
\ and WAneei. nlued $600, (deliwwai"' I any put"the ulited Ststes. four acres, recorded at page -3oO-30f, strength development ton* irlrea to every "
ituA Ladv' cl ?W er make CKI&the three daagLtat>facT the avf./win be fives. at elegant I. Book "K"of Putnam County Records.. Oon- orcaa and patron of the body blnple, steal Gardens .-
'b i d set in sapphires and diamond To th third will | taming 67 acres more or Irs*. ntetnode. Imnwdiat iBprorenent --. tatlvr Vegetable {
Other ,eryb mon :: .nJrw; To the f-n4 will ...l ftD a chfDlnnerf such sale being made I win make and tmpoealbl. JOUO ref_ .Book ecplsnstdsaandproofs
de'6 ; maJled Mealed f AddressERla
o JYrawillkfrvma Kodak Camera. TotheAd..Swt Muslo t# purchaser thereof a-good and snffl- ) re* eocauo p
oz. co.. BUFFALO. Y. ;
MCCHCAU Plantations
em T.h, .Fr Mantel Clop.k. 1.0 the .4e4tk. aD elegant Banquet oentdeedtoaam m'r.soer g for deed. Pineapple ;
Crown. Toth. frcSAatcspict. Lawn SHELLEY,
w I4nnbem other in erder ua\.e. competitor moat cat cot the abow. Sheriff.
E bet acfo..I> -:- !k.hree girla Gas by wting a oars with a lead JIeIIC l 011 eacb, heat ove tale coBtfonAd until the FIRSTIOYDAY Phosphate Mines, .a.arew'U'
-- trite "_ IN DECEMBER,1832. bring the Sth
fj U. S. two-cent amps for one of the following Prire Kemedm: DRUNKENNESSOr
oa a b"CPrI Hi.''- Ford's' Price Catarrh Keraedy," or "Ford Price d.a1of said month JA3. 1LSLYltt.
of the above mnedMS Ford Fields sra.
11 C oo* yes d'T, UM JLVq.ar Baist,1' ... eLy edhyeeaal.laltrt.t C&cwnut ,
THE q 'o Bay Stu, Toronto, Canada. Th* !sauna whas* envelope is 1ial.a'U.idea .
Dr. O
tit warded tb* ftt prixe. and tbs others In order of menu Ai this sd.erTopit' "'|.-.... s.Ia.q.u.ArD
throaekoat th United States one has an equal J.Lo1fG Tzar"-'
every cpporMconectantwer
It U mat f nim 4 moo the / will be liven an elegant Upright Concert5OO.OO. a glaa.ot beer a sap of eotfee o* tee.or in food.withoutthehnowf .
d.' T*th*jf ntfenan tax the Mil sendinz. correct; answer dte.f b.p.n. Ite.wolu.tr & Johns River '. r "
.e: ** karmlew.end will effect a penwaeet end epeedyeure. ;
:gaMlo ens Gold 'Sando Watch which erika the boors and quarter ._ .. ,
: I'si at pfeewre,and valued at S3OO.OO. To the MOM/from tbs last,a nidaotaoUa wrest Ithhaa.le a Indtbosartsk.eand.
a SaJlMy 8lrfda poesastic tin. T.th.tki.f fro s the tat aSnteLas English Sht. ef mne-emd b 1&r hee folowed. Indian River\
CF n .sfe lf'_ft I I. alU te of Parlor Fu.rnJture. To tbe Jfft4&oe&he I4d. lt.nerirell : *
v S. t4 G.a ..T "To the .rt4 boa thd..n. aa elegant Plano Lamp. T. the M* W ed with the SpeaiAejt beaomee. ette tapoeettality:
laadaer weti.& e{ ir of Portiere. To the eH from theist!,.* r mtMT fOr tbe liqaor appetite to eztet.fH Lake WJrih e
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>U>E3f SPfcCIFir CO ttaMf l'rotartito
tb tram the WI 01 Trench
two pieces
Q&l'7.-h_front. < *** cauu- dMCIMNATL OHIO. I
older of seerif. pets boa of pentoaion fosa. T* be had atACKKRJtAX
-I'O&XDIG. me *OCT.70- $ aJr
SPECIL PRIZES FOR EACH STATE. .. & STEWART, Druggist.Paiatka t Jr .. t S

: Kills all i t ,.na. BISCAYNE .A 1. I t,
Kta4S7nr* sills Drew Pattern (skteen rarfi any ccIar), or a fortdanMSnSt. paintUnexcelled ,, ,
T __d'red) win be give. to th* Jint perVoa in each State <. tk* $
; c .. : as THESUNDAY- Direct line to Tampa, Punta
iwS.S hit rft gyf oere 11- Wo abaJI am .00 TsUttMbU prise s.
tof 4 *ko a..Od1Dr carrect: away NocnarceHBadcforhocBic Corda aDd Gulf Barbon.
DT A Linimentl $
L lii L A"* ..a of the Uednx urue wnoen will be Dobtkhed in ceonectvitt with our : \L w
.....i. 0e'rtaPen IIUt smooth. Extra pemi.a.'Will be gives teddy those who an ; Indispensable SUN TIME
1 "d1d"i mar edidaa Nethme iii ehwited for the pmes m allY:..Y. eand ,. : > YOU f s.PW :

&lid'm..ylo.I tttoa4.. ara4 fataiIo lor!.Ford".-...w-bere Prize tJwy 11&&mecI1.'trbidIare.. tern Lurod1KL. All' In your home t $2.OO A Year.CONTAnINO WILL j TROUBLE ldTS Of 1
1wvde4 iSasderofm ,and with'- fedati.f-e.tobe t4b. Tboa>md;.. t the genuine t SAVE AND
: a+d p.i.as froe of duty7. :. Buy 'TRANSFERS RI

EVEltV.c8RBECT "SWRILa i W'$ Bend for IMp map of 1tai
KOBE BEADixa MATTE bypmdaulJactkbceg.J. u4 thel.'r. lit yslem.
> IsasofagmdesFe.rlen"WatchruewiederwBbe : Sold foe 25 cts. t tn by mail with olsMr tetonnaMoo oC lower ...,
road, A."lY'PAl"ER
Ms days afwtbis ad.erti.ementappe.rs..1e tree"I eat
__aongk 10 .eau.era, oweefrr eissL nat is,ifay se caa belys ..... rt i. .: IK AMEKICA.Address W. B. DENHAK, JAS. X. STBOBHAB,

.aka.:oaeri 1 e.dt .. ta.the adaetiraeet extra ..-aw-n Ia_the_tevwtT spy ... ........... I 'rim Acting General Superintendent. Genet Agent.

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PALAliLL WEEKLY\ TIMES A 6a ee .fal Launch_of a Jfew ttteamer, PALATKA-, November 30. STQP AN D DdN''GO

=--==-= For some time pact the .curious Editor Palatka Times: :

McKENZIE 4 BURT2. PUBLISHERS passer-by has noted at the big' sawmillof Much has been said, and a good al' .. .. .

t the Tilghman-Wilson Company of printer's ink wasted, in regard to the ; '<:: .. \ I

:DFRICSiJa Dunn'i RaDdlac, Front Street, signs of unwonted activity In: the shipbuilding actions of the Board of County Commissioners Furtherntil You U

sort to Post" Office line,and the roar and rattle of I will ask you to use a Any Have Visited PAL

machinery has been, diversified ,..by the little more. I see by the several shots *" '

SUBSCRIPTION' RATE-One Year, '1.00: six echo of ringing axe and mallet. fired at this Board there are several I
Month. V Cents ; Three Jtjntbs 23 Cent The center of all this activity has STORE of Palatka where will find
Dubscription doe la adranoe. been the new steamer which the firm disappointed'aspirants.. you .fervthto;

J' w __ has been putting up. She, said good First, IL Flanders claims his bid S* *. > u
bye to dry land Tu-. and "took for connecting the Court House artesian .
PALATKA FLA., DEC.2.1592. \
indicated the the line of "
water" in a way that well with theJail, was rejected, Vut. ..
her ad builders. .
skill of desigaers '
Do not fall to attend the oYBtcr tap The design was mailm at Evanston,i and one of a higher figure taken True ..; ;,

and thus aid In a Ind., and ie on the old Mississippi i stern: his bid wasafew dollars less 1 but he '.
per this evening;, wheel She is to be used for attached :
pattern. had a proviso which renderedhis Furniture .
wortbVcaue. towing logs and In the general work of bid equivalent to no bid at all. The Crockery b :
mill and is 57 feet long 11 feet ,
and wife, of the $ r
Mr. Jared Wimberly beam, and will draw but 18 inches. writer told him a few days. afterward .. .
Interlachen, were in the city last Mon- The boat was christened by Miss why his bid was rejected The gen -

day. ________________ Lucille Crutchfield, who, in the following tie-nan's. bid. is .on tile at the CourtHouse Glassware: Lamps, _
words told the storyof
graceful ,
Anyone in possession of 25 cents the : As for the two disappointad aspi.!

can go to the nearest dealer in medicines : ram day here at the request' of Messrs, rants for road overeeer&hip, will quote
and procure a bottle'of Salvation Tilghman and Wilson to christen their for their benefit Section 18, page 37 of Carpets Rugs Matting .Ql-O-

of rheumatism new boat and that pleasure is enhanced last acts of the Legislature, which say: _
Oil and be cured at once Commissioners shalladvertise .i
The County
by having to perform that rite f
neuralgia or any pain or ache. such craft as the one for at least thirty days for
on an elegant up-
tuitablt to oversee the repairs Window Shades Baskets and
some person :
"Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can on II whose Magnificent deck I ature-your now stand. beauty, and work on the public roads and :

at Grainier'*. grace and exquisite proportions reflect bridges, etc.; but does not sAv must .
take the lowest bidder. Refer them .
The Firemen's parade at Stf. Angus- great those credit who designed u,>on .your and owners constructed and on also to the enclosed letter on the subject General Housefurnkhls

tine'was Jed by Sergeant Moore, of the you You are another evidence of the from the Attorney-General: .

PAatka Fire Department, and two St. prosperity ot our people, that such an I As to "A Farmeron," who wants to -' $ "
Augustine fireman. elegant t should be built here in appoint, a new Board, would suggest '
b"t: can only wish that your that he let bis Excellency the Guy .. My New Addition Consists of a Full Line o
Piles of people have piles, but De- e prosperous. I nowLddie error have that privilege. "
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure Louise." May The public roads of the county will

them. 1>. }<'. Peek. |ers of the beautiful St. be worked as soon as there is some of Toys Dolls Games and .
,. J of life for many yearsLouise" the one and a half mills collected, i
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I Our representative, Mr. Thos. W t which was a special tax for that pur ,

Ralph,left Monday for different points into pose. T. C. BUTLEB, '
glided d6SOome
Chairman Board Co. Commissioner GENERAL HOLIDAY
in the county in the interests of our w broom, bearing -
'great Trade E-'ilion.! An rteai) .
extended him will be U' Deb of roses, was Hon. T. C. .Putler, CAmrman County .
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THE TIMES. were the gift (Commit iontrt: .- : I

\ <1S land were from DEAn fciKr The matter of choice:of .
A faU line of ) I
Stap ,.
r.Mrs.Jennings the one who hid is in the discretionof
cedes, at lowest pnc of the Lilienthe '
crow the Commissioners. The B. L
Gall and examine g bottle of County

and be convinced. ..woundedlid County Commissioner cannot pay ';' .,.. .

Good Bice at Grai but, more than the Statute allow, and that ,- "

-eixteen our lacy per- is the oply. limit upon their authority -
pounFor "
with ad "

Fresh and Cto ion. Injthe The matter.Lowest may not be the best bid \ J. D. COLYER, I H. L. MCONTRACTOR ,

PaarcU Cal's.; Hendrickson & Danfortt
r Lon wba der. Yours truly W.B.LAMAK

For lame back thu lever, Attorney General THE TAILOR ftLDERpOVTRACTS .
than to Maturate a T .lembecontratec On Deck with a New and Complete Line cf ,

His work has a STAJTBESO Ru1J"'J'.A.TIOJr -
on the affected We offer One Hundred Dollars re for yean in East Florida. ttla-D or
wW be aurpmetarordL hat ex ward for any case of Catarrh that CAnnot TACKLE SPORTING GOODS. ETC U CARPE LR wua mpt.bN;;
,;.f 'EcK'sland to a boom. I'ricea gnara
rheumatism be cured by Hall's CaUrrh Cure A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED. any in this State
; b'lo. .Locke,Trunks and Umbrellas Makes a al cf Work,Up-
Revolvers specialty o
Stewart, di't). Thck F. J. CHENEY & 'CO.,Toledo, O. Repaired.Cans Saws filed, Shears sharpened. Stencils hoteu>l.Carpet Laying,I between
: is aol We, the undersigned, have known cut,and all kind of Job Work Neatly and Repairing;and Dyeing also done.XTGood Fourth Office and Residence dt2HWs ,
and Peck,Palatk4
MOM w4 Promptly) done. (; Dyes will sot crack.. Minedont.
d F.J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, Front Street,odposite Putnam House. ,
day, the '4th] T noll-tf
a'4 and believe him perfectly honorable rIDIS; c. ,
Moore, at 10 a.| in all business transactions and financially orlattJVATTERLiN'S D'ndor er,

Chase & baoi1. the service able to carry out any obligation! 8f.teet )-
I Office and Residence,2 1.OJpnsltCJntD
Uy cured o made by their firm. *. UNDERTAKINGEMBALMING "
Coffee,25 ceo!. -LnjioueerCEiTJtAJ1
WEST & TRCAX, Wholesale Drug'
gel'.. Cholera am Shoe Emporium '
gutS,Toledo, Ohio.
ale TJSE -
Ack .
: by
Wholesale Druggists,Toledo Ohio. /
Mr. J.lRediebJ, flail's Catarrh Cure, is taken] inter Corner Reid anU reeta, .,
tor, who resides at ashy, acting directly upon the blood .FALATKA '- FLORIDA.CORNEROF .
miles from Palatka AlY and mucous surfaces of the system CLOTH PEOPLEWE: : ARE SELLING
mous hawk near his* Testimonials sent fre '. Price 75 cent A FULL LINE of METALIC, SOME: W COST. We often see such quota-
tattle. Bold by all druggists.Am WOOD CASKETS ALWAYS ON Lions in the newspapers or on flaring hand bills This Hones has been 4roHMy refurnished -
day morning. With a' per and with a great prominence of exclamation point and pat in order, >"ready to>yes
Geodes below cost,nor even
I am not seUinjf my Table np--
ride, Mr. RedUh dis Unfortunate Accident. HAJTO. M AT OUST for the reason that I eaa't afford to do celye Boarders at reason; s.season.Mfti .
Iter at a distance oft and'\ orders 'promptly It. I mast hare some profit, n 1 hare to lire plied with an the deliasct
.The bird of Last Wednesday afternoon, while Mail 1e ph like everybody else, but my stock of FINE:,, W LES'OEB, .
was SHOES told with such a small margin It Uin I II .
ghireshesl I
measured eiactlv fir euiployed} abo ut'the shingle machineat attended to. inducement to those wan'ing a Good tthoe to DOU-6m Prophetess.YRS.
and had claws ..._ River come and see me and I'll tell you more about it,
tip. as his mill on" street, Captain T LILIENTHAL:
B. L. andsbowyon one of the prettiest assortmentsof
looking as a small! size bl C. Butler had the misfortune to catch PINS and LASTING SHOES ever brought I? ,M I yuglltols !

It's not very pleasant his'right hand ,In the mach nery. Before g'Night call at 1. s: MOONEYE, to know Florida.it. I hanl got them and the people Ii:;
it could be extricated two finger oc28oll, T. VATTERLIN.
hack, were gone. The wound,though pain. rear of Putnam Uno e. 'fe2f-lv -
To suffer chest
pain in anc- ful, U not serious, and it is fortunate FIRSTASSPrivate
Many people could etor rf that no more harm>I was done. FINE FRESH"OYSTERS.
JJy simply using One Coup; W.MARVIN, D.D.S. :girding !

I w. reck. 1 There is in the jewelry store of Wm
IT. Speck one of Ihe finest music boxe< s Jt.ro
:Mr. and Mrs. Benj B. Il ever brought Palatka. It combinesa .. :

Satsuma, and Mrs. J. II. GiFrnitUnd homep drum, bones, bells and the regulai r>Y THE QUART, 30 CEXT3. ALSO FRESH STREETS" 'A, FLA-
,paid THE TIMES a pi" on routine of an average music box. The 15 F7SH i.VUlY DAY '" '
visit Monday. music rendered is very sweet.A I IVFree delivery in city Hmlts.LETI west of Florida So .. road De-
0, and f ,LEE, oc1-3m

Big Bargains in Groceries oi Profit, Queer Potato I oc2S-tf Opposite Duane' Market. I I.
kinds, at Grainger's.Little's s and sell Mr. R. F. Rtgdon, the boss strawberry : BATES'( !

man, brought to this office Saturday .
every scene produced exactly as ad. rders are always I & curiosity in the vegetable king TENNZSSEL Southern :MJi&i Hp uSePIANOS

vcrtised. They will put up a forfeit of deliye ._ ?o ck in the mo_lingo I dom which has struck Palatka dumb "
8100 with wonder. It is a sweet potato of A KTinCIAl TEETH ON GOLD, "
; to strengthen their guarantee. "
n', Arnica Salve. II .ALUJUUif and
This company will appear at FIT'S extraordinary shape and size. The B p<< CROWS., BRIDGE and GOLD AND CJ4N3: TUNED.
Opera house on the 8th of December. The Best Salve in the world f jf Cuts, fertilizer used upon this freak must W theUce
administered for the painless T1f.\oYELISG
Braises Sores Ulcers, Salt fheum, have been strong since sufficient extraction of Teeth. I I i,'1& 8. R. CHIL lIB l-\aatlil nen at t't'i
)Ir. F. A. Bailey, of San Mateo, Fever bores Tetter, Chappec Hands, power was in some way generated in BACK BCIL DfO. Liios:: ST. PALATKA. Fu. Lt McLAURY H AGENT& ROWT f'tIta ff wilt. Te bin ain ..
passed through; the city Tuesday, en the laboratory of nature to force one t personal attention Or.-a
I totZa. Jto 5 p.m. sure BeteRa
Hours. I m.
Chilblains, Corns, and all SJ i Eruptions Office ; Palatka and the '
route to .
potato through another, forming! a : ap23-tf .
and cures TV:s, or no + First-Claw Tuner, 4 .JDQeAlDatlica1
positively t CO .
complete cross. It is hanging in THE win flnf..sbefr
nave i tried most known required. It is guaranty 1 to give people u..Oet beU.
every re pay marls window, and it will cost you secure his s rrice*. t f
medy for Itching Piles without success, Perfect satisfaction,or mone'ef uncled; I nothing to look at it. FOR SALE !

finally: bought a box of De Witt's Witch price 25 cents Stewart per box.dni F g.Us.>fc sale by I Oysters ysters \t
Ackerman t ,
Ilaztl Salve,and it has cured: me. C.. I Ripan's Tabules prolong life. ON EASY TERMS ,

D. Uaskins, Peoria Ill. I 6500 Will be Given ., : .
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF PUTNAM The desirable-Property on corner of r lUla S !
Mr. W. E. Bailey,of Satsuma, spent For any case of Rheumatism which Kirby and Dodge streets. New Two- SAD01EHY AND HARNESS A .

a few hours in ,town Wednesday, and cannot be cured by Dr. ) mmond's COUNTY, 'STATE OF Story Dwelling, with water and gas I GRGO tGRAF

dropped Into the office for a chat. Lightning Remedy. The/ proprietors .FLORIDA-IN Ciur cznr. supply,. bath room and other con- I promptly Making filled.and Repairing neatly done. Orden 4Ac -= {. ;

)lr. S. A. Baker, of Satsuma do not hide this offer, lift print it in Piston We-tfcmbe veniences; fine Artesian Well, good nt* for ROAD CARTS, WAGONS AND 'M'SBakeryand
bold on all Urcir circulars, wrap- U. I Barn, Wood and hash' House, and II BUGGIES.
: was in the City Wednesday on,business, pers,type printed, matter an J'through the George W.!aeon. other valuable improvements. LKMOX STREET. . PALATEA. FLA.octiaU .
to SOROS W.NuoatA :: alarantwa
and paid THE: TIMES a much appreciated columns of your newspapers everyirhere. bin haTtujr been exfcibited against you IDI I For" full particulars inquire of S
Visit. It will. work /wonders-one thlt Court by frerto*Weatlwnbee,roc are DO*, H., W. FOWLER, Agent.* : R 1i'pR
bottle curing nearly every case. If the Itereby ordered and required to appear to the o ANEW ESTABLISHMENT :; YOUR (TSTEL T.AICNOWPRE-,
ExTaxsseet'Or1S.. E. Timmons was has not UAe will order it laid bill on the SECOND DAY or JAN- ..r P.AkL1fG. F1aTC1ASS p.2S'r.a.rJLUT
druggist got UARY.lmtbeeamebelDlP: a rule day of this aa eojtr1 a quiet.Lu.DCb.
In townyeaterday. Sam holds his own >rit will be sent any/address by prepaid 3-nirt.' Herein fail not,or tbe allegation of the tfMANGOLD' Having rented the Building Forcer where.U1te} end 6enle- lea :fJe"l-tI
bill will be taken against as confessed of Fourth and Lemon Streets, I will
remarkably well, and was kept busy express on receiptof price $). uud jw. .
ind a decree entered acoordinctyIt select stockof
greeting his hosts of friends. Medicind 13-50 Maiden this soon ba'l'8ln operation a O&tUI1T:4J
Drummond Co. ii farther ordered that order be prbletaed c. I. X
wanted. ones a week for four consecutive week
York '
SoXPI1I1XO EXCELLENT I Pure Lane, New Agents :in leked toe to Falatka the City Weekly of Falatka Times,,a in newspaper the CouatyotPutnam. pub- THELEAiNKI PHI I JIM PMER, YEGET BLES, ArLE and and FANCY TO- ... Block.tp1ooueef; ,,,,,
CEYLON TEA, imported from London GROCERIES, CIGARS / i wioUII tJttsltl, t cv" IJr:

England Orlando., \Comes y Rogers, Martyn, & Co, Putnam Monti; B1llt ;his tees nth da1 my of band OTcmber.and FRANK the 1892.teal WTUOHT of tM,Clerk.Court. Will occupy this apace next wetfc Hewill BACCO my friends,and and solicit the the public.'patronage A Good of F FRUITS( JotrABLEjl B :, H&'J ,I

in one ,
quarter, one- :" > : de2.iwa.' BT D.)L KIItBY.D.C. tell you all about th/ New Market in connection. ,

half and one pound packets. E. S. OF I'ALATKA.Busrezsa ., ,. in Photographs-and a great many i c28-tt J. :M. DINGLE. Solicits a lhare Cf }oar 1't MiiQa.ao.AP UIldJJ'lea.

NiCK, the Grocer, sells this superior FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF other things-relative to what he Is tins IWa.BaaaDU"Alt Irol!"p.'"Rica fyOanRes IJIIIfJa-"g''
article. NUGENT'SPicture and Flee.Alina
FLORIDA, PUTNAM COUNTT going to do during the Holidays. Rains 1I tastes 1 C&adIdo rtaA4.'Ok"FrUJu" etc. for
\ Rlpant Tabules euro Jaundice. Capital 1 tock$50,000 '" of BaatifaicbCy .. .

\ IN CILAI CFRT., Gallery and' of billa gtadend Low
Orxs n KOVZKBEB Adallna EmanneU Cotapt, ITV ciderteade dafly on tbwprdmf Olee.'Warn.Dted&oberv. -
kthJSIGN }Bill for DiTotce.j E. TV. Green \.I JMe 1' Alas qCaiifornle
\ .uouo manoel. Deft.It | ; Gra" ,

-- OF- Correspondence} with a view to.busi- {'. >platnant appearing*. attorney by affidavit, filed of in E.above K. HakeU.on cases,. Wagons, Carriages PHOTOGRAPH PORTRAITS VIEWS, ETC. nFresrT!.f Baltimore and ;
Eminrcl. Is a noneftident "
bat the del 8d&II& Atomo
keaafsolicited. of the State of Florida,and that said mtS GUTS MM HAYS rtCTCRES ENLARGED TO Art MZ*. Floridarp STERS re-

The Big Coffee Pot! M. GRIFFIX,SR.,:President Jounty tfendant,Somth resides CaroUaa.at Darlington.and that the 1MrrUn defendant tan MADE AND EEPAI.RED. TIN TYPES while lft.waIt. _OC24ttWHATS ceivediPfilyat CHAS.KUPPERBUSCH'S It

PARKER SMITH V. P. .. the oC year I
over age rAO Kinds of Blacks dtldng Done on RhorNotice. USE
cr A and ordered that the defendant
of It Is therefore Third Palatka
VI ffl HARDWARE and de2-3m GEO. L. PACE, Cahier. Llomo' filed Emanad herein,do,on appsr or before to the the brit 2d oC day omUl&t of- )!')odd&.Shop Lemon Street ne-r noll-tl .. THKOWISG AWAY I .. .;

must be sold AXCAXT 1S93.the Raise being*rule day of this ee2 -tf -
to ia pect this stock,as I keep {)beet.,or elM the bill will be taken ai eoofeMed, Shoes ?
'Uff., bat lie best of eTelythlD Baltimore and Florida .od a decree pro said eoafeeeo snit entered .against saidefendaatIn I Oxyne, Those Old ftttentiou of real edition estate bwners be-
1Sl"6iugnoninz: ordered that this notice be MtD- Sled to thetholtdap now
Gas Fitting It in further Is
iteuln tkb most approved Oysters, by the can Ii shed ence a week for four con.ee tlre week inM deed fr AH : WID3 Ton CAN HAVE THEM MADE, leg >yTH* : If you
style anything
Weekly Times a newspaper published alAid a&new at BEN EODDA'Slgent to sell
iptff*n4 .t4ew+ prices. and in bulk at ChaseCupperbusch's. County of PntnaauWltneM Lemon Street,near Front,PaUtka.Mix's groves, Uador<<
>ut ilie my band and the teal of said Comte. Pat.Is Tnbalea and Ailments.l tae ite adyM of his opportunity by
forget place. Sign ... stet-, of lea andll eactw ; SOLD. '
Yovemher Silos MADE AXT
and Pot. Lemon Street, ene (. .M.kI9'LWRtGR'I'. Chit.1MIw j iML..MIII..llORrst Yl ,lag eps.se tit lttee:
id Third. B03fr-tt ht,D.Z.DUY.>>.c. a ep ocII-V

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