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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1894
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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THE PALATKA FALATKA WEEKLY HERALD TIMES., EitablUhM EMabUthed ra'sv.I' Con i oll
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, DR. J. L. NORTH, r ". i The public schools of this.city opened I Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
A WORD TO GARDENERS: i Monday with an enrollment of about t

150 in School No. L
aidINTERLACHEN Sur pupils .
: PIJYSicia9 eoQ, faA .

W. E. Wattles, city editor of the

FLA. For excellency and vigorous growth, Daily Advertiser, who .has been in Atlanta

le2t-ly Ga., for the past few months
r Johnson & Stokes' Celebrated 'Garden taking a course in shorthand, returned
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BENJ. P. CALHOUN .1 home Saturday evening and has been
We have
Seeds have no equal. \- a full busy baking hands with his many

stock just in, and can fill maiLorders if' fnend &

ATTORNEY AT --LAW .. Mrs. U. t). Robertson and httle son,

desired. Prices guaranteed f' .. of Crescent City, were in torn Monday ABSOLUTEl* PUS

and made us a pleasant call. S 7
&.CHILL BLOCK over PortJftffloe, '. ._
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.rAdlvnce--._ WHO(JlVJiS THE BOAT UTY
HARRY E. STEWART.W.j'A. COUNCIL MEETISG.
E. E. HASKELL ./. -
.. A. Deserted Sail BoUt With Mast Gone What the.City Fathers Did at Their

3.t9. "*7r "S' E R f Picked Up. List Ieetint;.
4 The following appeared in the Times-
QmCB-Seoood street VPPOAIM. Court HooreFLORIPA. The city fathers met m reguias session -
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Union Sunday:
PALATrL L. MERRYDY1' : T.F. Fisher, of New Berlin,reports Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.Present .

finding a rifl in the St. Johns River, Chairman Points Aldermen
A. C. BUCHAK.iX, Boys his Cole, owtou.Dunn ...'"
'.-" near place a clinker-built boat, ,McLarty, filers.
: .: To about sixteen feet long painted white I Hengeveld Stephens and Loomis, ant;
Attorney at Law -DEALER JLX w. ;, '.. with yellow gunwales. The boat was Clerk Cooper. '
full of water when found,with no oars
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S, or rudder. The mast was broken off I The minutes of the JastmeetingW'ere '
OFFICE No. 65 Lemon St., between I y pt dose to the deck, and was floating, read and on motion approved, alter

First aid Second Streets. with sail attached, alongside the boat. which the reports of the different com
Grain Flour Meal Grits In the boat .I
Hay were some provisions, mittees were received and action lake
Palatka, Florida. clothmsr and fishing gear showing I thereon.: ,
that the party last in it was evidentlyon
.. a fishing trip,and it is feared that Considerable discussion arose OT L
R. W. & W. M. DAVIS, whoever it was has met with some the proposition of Alderman Rowtos
F RTIZIIZERS: :: : .
mishap: to increase the salary of the sexton o'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW The only clue that might lead to the .
West View Cemetery to $43 a moult
ifr identification of the pany is that some
rilckman-Ktnn! Block Lemon Street Brick, Lime. Cement$fPlaster and. Hair. l of the clothing is marked II. Thompson. i It was decidedlhat $40' was suffieiei
There also box from
Palatka. Fla. .2.11 was a pill salary. ti s
"'- Orange Boxes. Orange 'Wraps.Dry ri0l! 1 I latka.Ackerman Stewart, druggists. Pa The Fire and Water committee cud}

I. Ju. Purcell.ATTORNEY Us report, which >deorrertaa
The boat and contents are in
slob of T.:E. Fisher, at New Berlin, was accepted. .
Cypress and Pine Heads. Bangor and Florida Veneered and he will give any further particularsthat The chairmain of the street < \8)it:

VV he can to any one having any idea tee was authorized to have c", Iltk-
And Cona cllor at IlOOM Law.).oppo.lulh. Court Pine Sides and New Shaved Birch Hoops. CorrespondencM olici- I who may have been in the boat lost. walk in front of Vertrjees& Cu.'s.ubl"
It is possible, and probable, from
FLL: -Wm Fractaa In All Court rALATKl lar2.U ted. Office in Elorida Southern Building, Water Street. dE the discovery of the pill box, that the put In a condition 9* as to render ".

Russell party belongs in or near Palatka, as no passable. ,
Sage
one recognizes the boat as belonging Report of sanitary inspector was cw
LAW OFFICES OF
The great financier gives the follow to any one*. between Jacksonville and ceived and filed.
.1. R. PARBOTT, Mayport.
NOETEFLOEIDALE A DS Ing.good advice to boys, which The next business brought oj fe
DONALD GULlS parents might also read with profit 1'U
BOND IN A BIO consideration was an orduun',: g ut
M HAWX BLOCK* Boys, go to school M long at yon
STOCK OF NORTHERN GROWN fog W. R. Powell and R. Packer, DI
i remember hour inttudyln
FLA.
JACKSONVILLE. -ISPRUDUOING can an every spent
will be worth GARDEN SEED AND GUARANTEES der tbe firm name of Palatka Electra
youth
money
Foreclonvren.' and rrsctlce la United your ,
But Uortnce*Court. 'pecUlti. J& -U THE FINEST to you I In after Dfe. Read good books; EVERY SEED TO COME UP- Light, Power& Supply CO., a ten ft*
WtKf ycursotl acquainted with history franchise and the right to operate %

L. D. EATON M. D. itudy theppgrus of nations and thcareer Card of Thanks.I system of electric lights and "we
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NURSERY STOCK:; nationi oj tip. who have made take this method of thanking the through and, over the public streets

HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE treat."Study friends and neighbors at Inlerlachen, A very spirited debate took ptfeee Bt
rellfrion, science statecraft
BLOCK, TALATKA, FLA. NEW VARIETIES that promise well and old varieties that have provena And history. Learn to reaA Fla., who were so kind and attentiveto tween the representative of the te

success are included in our list, which gives you a chance to experiment for InteUfgentty, so that you can turn to my beloved wife all through her last concern and of the Palatka Gas Lti
Residence-Corner Main and First St yourself or only plant tested varieties. practical use in after We the reading illness. All kind favors extended: to & Fuel Co., who now furnjsrj{ the *U
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Office Hourt-*to 1' a.m.ltoJ po m.t."r tot Of your youth. Be sure you begin her will always be appreciated by me. with light. Mr. E. E. Haskett ftfI'

Pfttlc p.JU from a dinUuK cut be treated tMNcbUlemail.Ol21ceCOlllDJtaUozafree.al" VE: TE. ..D .! right Do not"waste time In reading A. M. P AOOETT. seated the new company and 3adge

trashy books. R. Davis the old, and both of the .
And LARGEST LIST and HOST
offer the COMPLETE COLLECTION stench
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It have fruit
NEW HOME ever offered by any one NUR&ERY of Peaches, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons fir. Sage further says: you our and your lemen made excellent speeches :.a
Grapes, Figs, Mulberries, Southern Apples, Pears, Apricots, Prunes is bright and as large as 176 to 220( ask forth the claims and merits ,,1 fj: f
f Pecans, Walnuts, Chestnuts, Almond, Hardy Oranges and Lemons, Orna- "The boy who Is wanted hf Lie no questions but begin ut once to ship. respective clients 81 a very master: '
Machin mental Trees, Vines, bbrubs, &c.; and last but not least, ROSES, of whichwe business world of today must be9" Green Jamalcas are coming in and sell-
Sewing have over SEVENTY-FIVE VARIETIES, all out-door grown and most kinds educated. If his parents cannot afford to If and convincing manner
GRAFTED and budded. give him' a college or a high school ing at splendid pnces. you are a Chairman Points then made soa

Our new Catalogue describing IN DETAIL every kind and variety of Fruits eduucation he must learn to study little short, say so, and we will send remarks on the questions at issue.aft

ON THE INSTALLMEN PLAT and Roses suitable! foi Southern planting is now ready and will be mailed free without the aid of a teacher the early you a check the day your fruit reachesus. which a vote was'ukeri, and the *-oi

on appHiation, mornings before business begins, and Prompt returns and fair treatmentto not tel
chise granted, one vote
From $15.00 Up. In the evenings after business hours.It .
all ire what have built our businessto it. The franchise ,
POMONA WHOLESALE NURSERIES against pro-
can no longer be truthfully said that
Sewing Machines (all kinds)repaired an education is out of any one'sreach. be the second largest in. Florida. that the plant shall be in operation. t
and satisfaction Guaranteed. Wholesale and Retail ." THOS. R. TOWNS, the 1st of January,189*. ana thai ti

MACHINE SCTTLIE W. D. GRIklI: ;' qG, Prop." I This is the advice of a man who Is Jacksonville Fruit Auction Co. I II I city will be furnish, If required wi

B. -We HOWELL one of the Conspicuous business Mrs. G h Metcalfe, who has been twenty candle power incandesce
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Macclenny. Baker Co., Florida. I tnxcsses of our time, and who has spending the summer at North Beach,I' lights at $16 a year cod 2000 cand,
asussed one of the largest fortunes In
LEMON STOEET XEAH SEOoxr.m,3o arc IthtslUiJ: a year the I '
America. It cannot posibly be Augustine,returned home last week. power ligbj
Is In the ] to burn all night and ever' night 4
charged that he of THE
: i pay
tfMISS DARLING:7SAnimal Will Orange Seltzer wfii help to keep
KATE LUCASMILLINERY. ATLANTA CONST ITVT JQN, and yej( you cool during hot weather. 10 and I, the yeai. '
these words given as the conviction of a 2.5 cents at Peek's Drug SlO 't.I After transacting loch other 1I
Experience observation and I ness as came before them the bo
advises as strongly as words MATTING, MATTING CHEAPat .
Bone Fertilizers i f can that you hasten to accept the offerof BOND'S. adjourned.AuyonebavingoneofDr.il.
-ANDFANCY The Constitution, and secure this NOT ';: t J

GOODS. t greatest of popular educators The The County Commissioners held a 811)('
Encyclopedia Bntannlca. meeting Monday to hear complaints of
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Mrs.Stickles Old Stand, Lemon Street I The edition offered by The those whose names were erroneously! Oxydonor Victory: that will rent for
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t Constitution fills requirement cf few weeks, write me at once. "
every stricken from the registration lists. !
BYt Mr.Sagt's recipe for success. It is the S. S. Gnp, Pomona r:
L. Co only edition that Is up to daft, Who Only two or three made complaint. '--:-'.'-

will be without these books now Editor Murray, of tile Ormond Gazette ., The HelffhU' Academy SchooL
to when Tea Cents a day will secure was In the city Monday. Prof. T (in(Hit b,A.M..of Leesbar, ;
Rollins them who for a number of years filled

t OF PAWTUCKET, R. I. Write for Particulars To the Ladies. I profenorihlp la the Florida Conic
There are thousands of ladies; once College, will open the Palat

"'Vn throughout the country whose sytems: Heights Academy and BaInees Sch< '
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College NO OTHERS GIVE EQUAL RESULTS. are poisoned, and whose blood is in an next Monday morning the 21th f t l'

THE BEST.THING impure: condition from the absorption I Prof. Griffith comes with the high,

I of impure matter, due to menstrual recommendations as a ,nooessfal I .,
WINTER: PARK, FLA. O IB. \TvT*:=: ::r-13ESIS: For any young man or woman is a
., Gen..A.gt: : good PRACTICAL ,BUSINESS EDCCATIOX. Irregularities. This class is peculiarly tractor. He has had years of expr"
4 8<'HKL OF THOHIOHEST: GRADE FXR benefitted by the wonderful tonic and' len se as principal of government! an*
JLAl'It* and G};\TLJI.EX. Many make the mistake of attending
Fall Tares NO. 8 BOSTWICK BLOCK CORNER BAT AXD';Mw STS.
..>i'en.. UCtObEK, J, ttlt&.aru.M"' : lofenor'echooIs"Or business! blood cleansing properties of Prickly county high schools, and has a fin_ J "-

llU'&tuQ'a14J."IctUtc afMlmiie, art, and prrparatMj hbretasf tot-t s JACKSONVILLE, "FLORIDA. colleges, where little or no attention Ash, Poke Root and Potassium [P. P. grale certificate under the new lass
T_tve profe* aa4 UtiMLoeatfc P.] Roes and bounding health take Florida. Prof. Griflfth has r ftaw*
Jtllp. lookthe nntfhigh
r tnfonnattoo addressrl1tARLF.d sickly lost the position of principal of a
\ : O. FAIRCHILD JASPER NORMAL INSTTTCTE color: and the general wreck ol the school In order to build dP a.
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'r rr tdrat. there is given Commercial Studentsnot system by the use of Prickly Ash,Poke school in Palatka. One 4j.'"
Schoo I Books .chool Knot.and Potassium, as hosts of females high
Supplies[ only ,a very thorough Business can.testify, anddnany certificatesare tant will be employed at the stay aaT
L but
Course all members of the Buslnjess
schoolmay'
In possession of the Company, others will be engaged as the/
.I Course have access, without extra which they have promised notto pobhsband
\Ve luive on the the Largest and Stock of require.
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way Cheapest r
charge to the Literary Classes. all prove P. P. P. a blessing --f
\\POULTRY School Supplies ever in Palatka. I. The School has commodious' buildings to womankind.J, Look next ,"

I a full supply of apparatus, a good J J. D. JOIINSTON.T e
Our "AESOP TABLET" For FIVE CENTS.IS .
I Library and an excellent COSTS OF $ 08 JFtan it Jflur Cmrisnr-I see theann Kdh

URE BRED STOCK.ED THE nEST PEN TABLET SOLD IX ,FLOUIDA. TEACUEES. tak :great pleasure testifying to the: c q
efficient qualities of the : of %
popular remedy our larg1
"Tbe work in all departments is of a '
PLYMOITH ROCKS Special Prices in School Supplies, to Teachers.Cochrane's ,' **broer. for'eruptions' of the skin known as' ,
SOWN and WHITE LEGHORX higl Excellent -opportunities P. l .P. Prickly Asb, POle Root and Winter ql
are afforded for Vocal and Instrumental Potassium). I suffered several years Sto ]
}1 1A11' GAMES. and PEKLNT Book Store. With an unAghtly and .
Jinsic, Telegraphy and Short disagreeable
\rlt.c .,;.. iWUOLESAL& hano.on my face, and tried various receivingevery .ft q/"G I
remedies to remove it, none of which
ANT KETAH
,Shorthand is free to all Students in accomplished the '
object until
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.f I regular literary orTjnslness. courses. vahfaWe preparation wa resorted to. "_ ;i- '.A<
MMr MEAL aM I STATIONEE.SLemon Expenses are !$w. C&od. board: ten aoc taxing three bottles, in accord
with M Lj
t directions, I ,
am
:Mr & CRVSTJLL Garr. dQllars month 'ftp;t i now entirely
I St., first door West Front PALATKA FLA. per '"Ul1.f1'.T.. D. JOHNSTON. .
rite foftptkn ,
to .Tbe(discipline: of !the'School is unexcelled. firm of Johnston
&
Douglas
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: No torn ia Florida u'mole Slhe *Savannah, Gal
TT..LIE: : We are offering a large lot of Useful and Fancy CKma' .at halt Price to h a1t.hfuIJ :* _J&s, __ .' House and lot

-1 Fin. I mat[ room for our Fall Stock Gall and see stock and prices. Next term op iS s rcuun 18. :2000 rolls Wall Paper, Peck streets.aulTlf .

.... Il toCChrane'8 Also examine. our New Device for ifarking Orange Boxes. Il.Saves T ma WnteforCataJMae."' Address al new
o *, ,. J. GUILLLUdS'sarrti .: patte.rns. cheaper 'Wild '

',;.'.-' ,. and Money + 't.- "' ,' 1i'.' (4ft t 'JMper t da. than ever at Lilli enth ,'s, For tale Orange at Pe '
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-Oeorgetown-V.. )(. VTUUanw, Ja Sands, 2% day registration offl er 5.I
COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT XO.19LCninmlnr. District I Fake Gardner.2 day registration officer 4 W
/g 447 D.O. A KewMorely. & .I.e. D.H. ea. ey,T.L.Jennenoo,Inspector;J. C. 8 i E Bond,2 day rPgtIItratioltomeer... .. 4 GO

.J.A ;$e1r1er. !IU1Ib&D Tucker. clerk. I U M DeMocunollin. day registration
( Proceedings of the Board For Moeely,B.& 'Wat.801L, llenry.DISTRICT -' District No- S-Norwalk-R. W. Bard. 8. H. 4 I 00
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Bard A t nl na.2 day registration officer 4 00
110.20.Bennett Pollock, W.K.Pierce Inspector: ;Harvey :Lott Allen Sr. 2 day registration officer 4 00
.. TImes'llerald Readers. .J.R. : clerk. D W Johnson. 3 daysrep.tratlO11omeer

ItobachnonJ.A. iuetuo.eph I-Welaka-H. H. Bryant C. F, and mileage .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S !IiO
Th Honorable Board of County IM e1a.I.J. H Ukln on, W. A. District No. R K feey l.. a day registration officer and
Green.T.J. Waldron.A. P. Portell, tn'pector>; John Dal- mikare .. .... .... .. . ... .. '.. .t 1 GO Marcus Loeb & Co.
Com lUsioners for Putnam County, DISTRICT NO.21. low clerk. C C Ashley,a dais registration; mftr
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Allen T. L. District No.5-Oomo-D. E. Dnsenberry WU and mileage S SJohn
Ha. net in regular; session on Thursday liarrey. 3 cbp registration.officer
: DISTRICT NO.22. 8.Pryor,J. E. Starr,Inspectpr:J.Harrison. .D 6,1894. Brooks F. A. QnbMn. Amos clerk. Newman Crew 9 day registration officer
September Brown. N. W. GftUjger, Lawrence District No.Pomona-John M.Cook, W.C.liven .... ... ., '. .. T W
W. H. Cook chairman S. Brown Robert Gr iixcr.Thorn J. J M lnA:1* registration> officer
Present : ; Berry K. B. Kelsey,James ,W.J.Keown,inspector;G. W. Otter. and mileape.... .. .... .... .... .60
J. G. P. Yelverton T. W Recks.W.W. Morrii.Lewis ton clerk. J N Blackweli. 2 day* "traUoaomeer 4 00
Jannerly
Chalflnch.Thomas Morrl. M.J. ....
District No.t-8atlum&Heights-S A.Baker F C POlL 2 day regUtratien officer 4 00
Thompson. J. II. Mallett, commission Cooney, FUkkSm the .J. W. B J Groom 2 days registration officer. 4 00
DanieU, M. F.8. Hodges.jhn A. Knight,inspector;Zena John LUlnffstou, regirtration work .. 3 00
ersand Jos. Price cleik. lJa'ft., 1.1'1. "'tot.... w.M.Gr1Mo West! clerk. 8. J. Kennerly material for road work: ....
L H. Webb.L A. I.t.eo-B.S.Salana,D.8. district Na Z. .. ........ 543
The minutes of last regglaMHCTtTnj DISTRICT XO.23.7oBline District 100.San N A Patterson, bridge wor*. ':'. 20 (WX 1

were read and on motto /approved. < R. C. Poet. F. W.Patent. Tingley F.A. Bailey, inspector; Richard Yel- A Patterson road work. iit. Xo. 4. .. 25 00O
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8.A. rington clerk. J Wilkinson road .orlulillL No.2. 5-3
Queen.
The building of a abridge across Protei,George E. A.. Vtaeen.I>.T.L. District No.President City-E. E. Keene Palatka Daily Advertiser printing reg OuBGrand
istration and ..:. 5 00
Orange Creek was on faction referredto t-ust, K.C. JUivtaur,J. M. W.8. Cone Julius Hanna inspector; Lewis F. J D pagan, road County work dlst.io. IV UVertree
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DISTRICT! NO.24.Archer. Jones clerk. & Co.. bum hire ro o'rec-*
Commissioner Thonlpson, with power .Hugh Jones.Robert 8. District No. 10-Federal 1"oInt-1t. L. Bowen, tion of bridge work ................... 3 80;
to deceive bids for and have Cheek Henry Kin) same, Counts Henry Key,Joe i>hQunpbelLIlendenrm E. B, HazelIlF. B. Tenney,. Inspector; S. 8. for AUK 18 70
the bridgefruntfA / | Kinsler.llAliardCroxton. Lloyd,clerk.Districyfo.. lee W IwiiaaganaheriRextsues, reglairs
.William Lee Jerry tion : S 10
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4. > cor nunication from C. IL' Pres- C hr'ttopher,Thomas LnRan. Prince 11-ralatka Height*- Ha- RoM Link bridge work............ ... U 00
... Cooper,DaTid Slay,Andy kell W. & HargroTe Dan O'XMsooll inspector F C Cochrane, stationery clerk's offleu.. a 8SJeM
.ton' tI read, stating that the bridge Cook.JanaesF. MUlenJobnW. ;J.C. Sands, clerk. E. Darts printing for court house. 10 03V

OSI the canal from Bird Pond to CampbeU.J'WI'J Moore,Jacluon 'District No. 12-PaUtka, August IlaU-N. 0 Jennings. lumber and bridge work 158;t SpyingSUMMER
lay.John Norwood,JceephX.Dari P Y Jennings road work district No. I. 25 83
Lake Stella had been placed in sood *, Richard Nichol, George W.: Davis, A.T. GraTener, BenJ. E. Gay,Inspectors; 9 J Patterson road work dlst. >o. ...... 3* 90
David Friday Neliton M. A. Peter Gardner, clerk. R W Davis, judge criminal e't tor Aug.. 83 33
order. Ordered filed. Holton,Dollin Uenry Roondtree. W.H. District 12-Palatka.. Engine Hon..--C. P. Time*.Herald, pub pro qir end'g Sept 1 10 00
Jones,HJkrrr Thompson,Tho O.Johnbon. Tlu.es-lierald,supervisor registration 3 00 \
Rebate on tax asked tor by J. A .UeoTM WhitfleldC. Dererenx,John T. Bond,John P. Du.anewpec. .JI.metlCanDon, road work dia .No.3.... 78 M

Manchester at last meeting was tike Jonen, Bcipio Wilson FrankJrtml.cn ton;B. W.nowell.clerk. W 8 Cone road work diet Xo 3.. ..... 2204 OTC .
Bam William Iwo Weatberl el. road word dist. Xo. 5. 33 M
14-PaUtka, lUrt'f D.
On motion ordered that a rebat< Jamea,James P. Young ITetum W. District No. Store-J. 8 J Kennerly for destitute Rials family. 14 00 -AN! -
op. DISTRICT XO.25. Point, Ernest Rowton, Robert Barnes, ins!]>ec- John Kit Is, pauper one month.. ....... 500
.of J2.35 be allowed him on his lot for WIJlII. KlnirtXick ton;John Speck, clerk BenJ p Calhoun, legal advice to board.. 19 00
Cook for 18U3. 2 33
J A Manchester, rebate on tax
1893. (;one.". B. Kampen, T. W. ; District 15-PaUtka, Skating>Rlnk-J. )I.f Onus Koowles. rebate on tax for 1KO... 2 10
bonds Calvin, B. W. Malacai. Peter f Power,W. )L Hanghton,A. tuna, inspectors J W Hajran, sheriff expense in case of
The following rifle were approved Daniel. A. M. Mayo,Ellis W.)I.Davis.clerk. hampiton and Edwards. .. ............. 800
M. H Dame*,Jerry .. .... .... U Ofl
: B. J. Shields; sureties', Dixon. Henry )IcDonallldJ. B. District No. lS-lDterlAcbeo-Lou Allen, Lee C\elvington.roadworkdist.X.3 W UroWD. Ian ber for bridges. .. 3 ro

Crown, T. II. Wig; Brown E. Edwards Edward Thomas O'>etlM.G.Ktebelberrer. K.. Morgan. D. F. Baker, inspectors. ; J. W. Ball 8 J Patterson road work dist Xo.3. ... M W
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Power
Thomas Smith J. MiLeesaue. .J.W. .r.'I clerk. R L Bowen supervisor I"OIUlwork dist.
; sureties, Fowler;Charlie Pardoe. No.J.... ... .... ... .. ............. 1SOC
Grimes, Adam Kile,Joseph District No. IT-OIII'Woe'a-W. R Johnson I 8 E Rend. blankets for jail ... .... .... ... 19 K
Gardner laaae Sturgis T.. PhilipHenderson D.Helhnr Cha Lee Hardy T.Johnson Inspectors! ; R. D. I S R!)oven. road work dilL Xo. 3.... .. .00
In the matter of a road, petitioned Henry Stone
Richard Stnmpe N. A. Vause,clerk. On motion Board then adjourned to
for at the last meeting tor a road to Uartinta, W. H. Sims, David Districtta18-Bai4win'e-AUen l"rtoe.H.: A..
It. B. meet on Monday Sept. 17 1894, tc
the property of MrEville Herndon, J. Vanderwoot, Fowler p."L. AVhitcomb, inspectors; ; G. F.Bollard ,
through E.
run Andrew Yarn,E.
Jackson hear complaints and restore names to
clerk ,
was-taken up- Mr. Evflle being Board then took K recess until 1
,
District Xo. 19-Putnam Hall-George Mobley. registration: lists that may have been
stating his objection to same
present o'clock p. m. C. Watkln J. T. Roger. Inspectors; J. C. stricken
On motion petition was referred bad Strickland c'erk. improperly or erroneously

to petitioners, with request that tbey] Pursuant recess taken: Hoard met District No.20-Bannerrule Bryant. H. therefrom. JOSEPH PRICE,, .
road the: 'I '
for the
agree upon a course S. Minton. Bobannon. W. Clerk*
o'clock Chairman Cook being Morgan inspectors;
at 1 m.
will be agreeable to all parties interrated. absent. p.On,motion, Commissioner U. Miner,clerk. OPENING.

elected chairmanpro District Bostwick-Ceorge W.Knuw MoSffiANTEPj.Highest cash price
J. was
S. Kennerly
On motion it was ordered that the< D.P.Hancock J.C.Crew,inspector;William paid'forjJlEaosslBFor full particular ;

of $15 be appropriated for th>" tem. Register,clerk.
scam roars family, who were lepresented to In the case of State of Florida vs. District No. FrancisJame Cannon, E. address, i VBvTes(> .& Grieveson, "\VelakaMoaTjP
the clerk was
the Board to be sick and m a helpltss Sampson and Edwards, W. Smith. J. J. Hammon. inspector; B. L. tcTory. Welaka, Fla. novlUj
for $3
instructed to draw warrants to .
be to
condition; said amount to paid Beck clerk.

Commissioner Kennerly for disburse cover costs in full, payable to for Sheriff.liquor District No. 23-PaIatka Court H.. se-)(. ie'bonds of the St. Augustine Electric .

The following: petitions Haughton.M.Kohl.Wm. hen inspector, A. j
ment. license were presented to the Board: Railway have been guaranteed by
of
John Rials appeared before the T. Baugber. clerk. The Largest Stock
Marcus Loeb in District No. 14; Chas. the Kniccerbocker Trust Company, olNejriTork.
,
asked another month's asftistaace -
Hoard and District No. 24-FaUtka, Corner of Madison
being still in a helpless con II. Herrera District No. 14; M. J. and Peek streets-J. D. Jeffords John Beat. in the sum of $150,000, and

dilion. On motion it was ordered that Murphy, in District No. 14; Thomas Robert Cairns, inspectors ;J.J. Costello, clerk. havelb'een placed on record th the
Duncan
month. Ray, in District No. 14; District No. 23-PaIatka, House
$5 be allowed him for one Engine -H.
No. 25 John C. books. The electric railway
Rtngham, in District James Danforth. E. 8. Neck county
I1en P. Calhoun, Esq. submitte. Grainger. inspector CHILDREN'SCLOTHING
f tiro.
his written opinion to the hoard upon Uaabe & Co., m District 25, and *; H. R.Estea. clerk. an Mlured fact. 4iiW'
examination by the Board, it ap-
matters referred to him for invests r upon Treasurer Lilienthal made nis statement -
lion which was read, received, and f U Det ing that they are signed by a majority Tickets to All Points.Gaze's .
of the voters in said precincts, of funds on hand September 1,
fee bur same, ordered paid. with Tourist Office and the City
and having otherwise complied 1894 as follows:
before the ,
Knowles appeared
Oziaa Southern & Flor
Office of the Georgia
the of the law as ,
,
requirements provided
Board and asked a rebate on persona General fund.Y3.4O513
on motion the above petitions ida Railway, at PEEK'S DRUG
property tax paid for 1893. Upon Inweetiallou 'ft Road fund..b.:. 3.761 84
\ Board It. found were gran' d. STORE corner Second and Lemon
the was
by Bridge fund. .... L.363-1
to
that he was assessed for more persona Board then took a recess Friday Board of Health..... .. .... 44021 streets,_where tickets can be purchased
morning at 10 o'clock a. m., September At Most Reasonable Prices.
J. than he owned. Jn motto
;amoperty by all lines to or from all parts of the

*t was ordered that a rebate of $2.10 be 7,189.4.Pursuant. ..S8.193CC!) world. Unbiased information lowest
,
\ allowed him on tax of 1803. to recess taken the Board
Tax Collector Blanchard made hi: rates and best accommodation. Gaze'sTours
On motion the Board then proceed met Friday, Sept. 7, 1894, at 10 o'clocka. Second and Lemon
of funds collected for the monthof corner
revise the lists of chairman report ,
to examine and registered m. Present: S. J. Kennerly, Palatka and 141 West Bay
voters of Putuam. county.lFlori pro tern James n. Mallett, T. W. August,1894, as follows: streets, Jacksonville, Fla. ap9t

i da, as required by Sec. 171, Revise* Thompson, G. P. Yelverton, and Jos. County Revenue,.S 245! streets, i

Statutes of Florida, and erased there Price, clerk, 75 It is estimated that the Florida lemon

I from for sufficient reason, as provide The Board then proceeded to appoint Polltax. 30 00( this will aggregate 200,000 The Assortment ofBOYS'
year Largest
crop
.
.
by said section, the names hereinafte the following inspectors and

set forth, viz: clerks for an election to be held re -$ 33-20( boxes, which is nearly tour times as i

DISTRICT X0.1. spectively the 2d day of October,, largo as last year's crop. As there are
Sheriff John W. his
Ttooth,),,"1'" U rarrott.. Fred X. 1894, ana on the Cth day of November,, the Ilagan State presented in yet 170,000 boxes of lemons on the way
cost bills against duplicate
Ooto.O.V.Jueatwertto.. StewJame. 1894, in compliance with Section 174,,
arrive Florida
Squire Sce4 II. Laws of Florida: for feeding prisoners for August; from Italy ant Sicily to .

Ou4on, G. *. WalVWiner n+Wm. for 141.00. which was found correct, growers will be compelled to let their
W. C. M. W.
Jenrfgan, COUNTY.
\ STATE AND cerilted
J wetace. B. F. WIKiams, rfampton and so to the Comptroller. fruit remain on the trees for a while at
I S...ea. Samuel Ivey, K. F. District No. Crescent Clty-J. L. Burton,, County Judge M. I. Coxe made his

I llnkaey,Thos.Edward C. ZaenU.F.DI8TKICTX0.4. C. IL Gantier, 8.8. Braddock, inspector;G.II. report of licenses issued during the eastJohnson's___
JTecovtt
I Williams,clerk. month of August.; cents.J. .
Oriental is the mod
: DISTRICT XO.2- District No. 2-Georgetown-P. Y. Jennings,, Soap
Valsoa,C.'W. Twker Geo.J, Sr. Adam King, John Green, Inspector; E. W. J. N. BlacKwell. Clerk Cuminal delicate facial soap for iN' use! m
D. TbosMNioa.J.T. Court Justice C. II. Wig and M. I. and
<4iarner,Jane Parish clerk. existence, absolutely pure highlY CLOTHINGt
.:.-,Jets E. Ferry, Will lam District No.S-"onnJk-.J.li. Beasley, S. IL Coxe presented their bills in duplicate medicated. For sale by Ackerman &;
,Itiflip
J \ Stephens DISTRICT 100.a. Pollock,\V. K.Pierce, Inspector;D.L.Morgan.clerk against the State, which were found Stewart; druggists.Mr. : .
correct and so certified to the Comp

.LewIsaac District Xo. 4-Welata-L. K. Tucker E. S. troller. E. O. Painter, of DeLand, who At Most Reasonable. Prices

Stewart, Barret Green A. P. Postell Inspector; C. 8. Packard. Mr. J. M. Cannon appeared before is proprietor of the Agriculturist, ia !
clerk the Board and made application to the

DISTRICT N0.7tdkr. iMttrlct Xf). Como-J.. W. Harrison. Will Board to hire Frank Squires from the I going to erect a large brick building at t tMen's

f .J.Daniel W. )Marshall[ h&U.J.,John E. 8. l'rTor.J.E. Starr, inspector; Horace l"rJor, county for the balance of his nnex- that place, which is to be the home for
ty ,
1MiocJ.nper SUgRfTS, Washington clerk pired term under sentence in jail, nn that paper. The material lls all on the
$m1th. R. H.Johmpon.It.W. )L Cook,H. VI.Pendleton .
llatrhlns Ckas. K. District N* i-l"omou.-.1,; der conditions and restrictions be
work will be
and the commenced -
JahnWf,II. TysnJ.A.VrrnMB,O.W. W.J. Keown inspector;George F. made by the Board. After due con ground,

1 J.ned.w. M. ..fhitema1L.Le.f1Dl."TIUM' BurreD,clerk. sideration no action was taken. at once.

'"0... District No.Satsuna Heights-U.A. Hod :. The following bills were examined

,,3Vrkins,E. t;. Onlway A. ges,T. V. Hlnks. John A. Knight, Inspector; found correct, approved and ordered O. L. Rice, Mendota, 111., writes;: Suits at All Prices

DWTRICT NO. 7. W. 8. Bentley, clerk. I paid, the Clerk instructed to draw warrants Nave used! your Japanese Pile Cure :

fIaIIItt lUd aC.('. District No.S-San Mateo-F. A. Bailey, B. S. for same: and found it a sure and permanent

Adttradiey"" L. c. J---. WIIIJ Solana, Richard Yelrington, Inspector; J. A. cure. For sale by Ackerman & Stewart
Henry Jarvte L-L Crosby,clerk. : W. II. Cook Commi!' loner and mileage I 00
4wma;Isaae )teFseaid.R.B. iT. >V. Thompson Commissioner and I druggists.
11&1Je8R.JoIer. WBllnww,Junes District Xo.President City-W.8.Cone, E. mileage......'.,. 10 MG
DISTRICT XO. 8. E. Keene,Julius Hanna, inspector; Lewis F. P. Yelrerton,Com nissioner and mile- Summer Employment I

Jones,clerkDlstdict ..... ..'. ...' ..''... ....... CM
( h'I'. Adams,FerryDISTIICTNO.14. J.)1at'leii,Commissioner and: mile- idle this
Don'tthtnkof being summer
I4Js7rvslg, J ,"0.l<-Federat Point-R. L. Bowen; ................. T M
8. S. Lloyd Thomas Lloyd inspector; E. D. 8 J hennerlyCemmiaed oner. ........ 4 OHGeo or going to any other school, but SPRING SUITS
Cary J. 8. Nortmaa. B. Dane,. clerk. Know, for pauper Came S Sweat 10 WK write by return mail to the Georgia-
.
\ 'UJlamJ.U..P. ThcapeonaritanueliLSTRJCT District Xo. 11-Palatka Height*-Loul* 1>u- Shepherd. for pauper Patrick.Mrs. 5 MA Alabama Business College, Macon.Ga.,
k. u H. CTusI. D., for pauper
NG.11.u {tree, W. C. Hargrore A. P. Fitzhngh Inspectors Oakley Stranre and Cook.. II M which, by its cut summer rates, provides
J.C.Sands clerk. John L.Beck, for pauper Lee.. A 00 for every girl and boy a thorough
II. ....... 500
H. W. Roots for Widner, pauper.
DISTRICT XO. IS. Disjrict Xo. 13-Palatka, August ltan-S. 0. Emma Becka, pauper..... ... .......... 3 OflM. business education at less cost
Davis A. T. Gravener. Hugh Orr, inspector! ; W. Stewart, for pauper McGraw and than any other in the Union. than Ever.Gents'
A4am..Jam.. Lre, Eo A.V.Moraine Peter Gardner,clerk. Thomas... .. .. .. .. ........ .. '.. 800 Cheaper .
ptaktwin J. E. Meant
8. 0. Miller. for Mr*. Lnmpkin. I 5 00
\\. ,ItutlerngddJ.O. 13 Palatka, House B. pauper
t barer. I' District Xo. Engine -
5 00
..... A. MoTrany, for | uir Lorey Futrh
.J. r.cton.J.. ) & John P. Duane, Uenni Petennaa,
W. Howell H.H. BrraDt.I"rJt&um Harriet Smith4 00
;an1D utta Inrlng H. fallh.C.O.VUUamn ICKNJa Kd-R.. inspector;S. E. Bond clerk. U.F. Sprague, b.r pauper Hanbnry and VIGOR OF MEN
Lon .._ 14ME f
W&ftDer..I.a. \ .,s.J.AVbiM District N.. 14-Palatka, Hart1 Store- J. D. IL Padgett
E-awklns.U.A.Beni. Waite,.;t Decak U. ; Point, Ernest Rowton, Robert Barnes inspector James Cannon,for paater Usteen.... b 00
John Speck,clerk. W H Sisco for pauper bbetdon SIlO
DISTRICT XO. U. District; No. 15-PaUtka Skating Rink-TV. BenJ.P.Calhoun, County Solicitor for I Easily Qaickly Pernaoeatlj Restored GoodswithOUt
Arkvman. F. D. raider W. K.Ivcwis. AUR.. *3 08 Furnishing
VeWItt, Wm.: It .1. SUwartklarrioon. M. Dart.Wm. M. Stewart. J. M. Power, inspector Joseph Price: Clerk and Auditor.:. 60 W I
Tb aaas Kowtuo,Chaa. Eo.r *; N.S. CoJUna.clerk. Louis Pope,Janitor. .... 20 W .
.* Uy.J. H. Kugvro, W. II. District No. Interlachcn-O.. II. J. loan'W.}f .., bailiff. Jail, Aug.... .. :38 ft I ._ NEJVINE Kuaranto* torectoreustMashoed.
M.C. btephena, L. C. Ewing John W. Higan bheriff: lending& prisoners (urn weaknesses Nervous .
l f.. .R. D. SulUran. J. E. R Cone, Lott Allen insrecton; E. S. Smith Aug ..... ... 40 40 Debility: and all the evils from early or later ex. : End.
eta|eholuer. X E. Smith. 8.. F. clerk rue W Hann.:sheriff,expense: Criminal I team,the result 0: overwork, worry sickness.
Vatterlln, W.T. Court for Anz. 40 GO etc. Full strength,tone and development given
rtys J.I.
'
.. ;Q:B.W. WiUiarasWUUsJack District No.17-Monroe's-O. P. East, R. Gas Liefat and Fuel Co, gM bills for; I to every organ or portion of the bodr Improve.ment .
...J. JO;. Wnght. W. 8. Kennerley.E. Barker, inspector; p. P. Johnson jail snd court house. 2 :25B. : immediately sera from the first. box. Xbon*.
"eIIPpI IOrUL t'r. Whe.tl), A. W.Je.rph ,clerk. L. Lilienthal Treasurer commissions I soda of letter of praise on file ii onroffr. Gen ---
W. WII_. J. for Aoc... J4 97 be carried ia vest pocket. Heat by mail to any .
t Jusrpb,! obe.a e.t. W.J.S.. District No. 1&-Ba.1d1liD..L. W. FenneO, P. C. Blanchard, commissions as (01- addrera on receipt of price. One month' treat
Frank Jenkins, Will Price, inspector; T. B.LoftIace. .. .... 1267 men tin each box Prie'eSI.IXU boxes$ .oo.with
I ee\RIct tO.1b ,clerk. rlorMa'Comneerclal Compary, rent of Written Guarantee to refund money if not cured !!
r. 1.1 viepww.W.M. Armory: for deg... .. ..... IS Tl fend to tutor the Genuine. Circulars& Free.
G+s'1y. S A.Ictlt.trr..l.i. District I9-mtuam HaU-W.J.Oreen. J. o J Joseph, 6th payment on county map M 00, PALACE SHOE STORE
) W. E. Strickland. J. E. Lane, inspectors J. F. I J Joseph rrice, a..lltaDt&NeStOr.. .... <*. 40
... P t; _. 11Jh.! : U !, Woodberry clerk. \anus Printing C...,stationery I.,r('easn- JOUR
;;:, t .1. a. C. ty Ju.lg. ... ... MOf
;;w ). \,r' t Ira"&, ";t'a.n4HJ Distnet No._-BannerrineJote lUmy,J. .4 F Teeny &'Son roadwork 41st. >:>. 3 21: MJ CHILLSMORGAN'S
a ,...(\,.r ,. laStn. ,1.11. T. JUntflo. ..u1'll1&mea, tn.f>e tttr*; J4me t R Bowen. roa-uperri vw dirt. No 3 .'4IV e.

\ if:" ','!',.. ,\ .. Harvey,clerk M Johnson p..d work diet. Xo. :. i noL
\ 0
ork dlst.No .' ... 5 III
;0 f .rI<'''' rte i; T District Xo. tj-Bostwiek-Newman Cr-.... |. viler\ )McCrauer.WiUd.1l n ad, r..acl w work .ti.u. N... t S wWltkinvon. I Is: stocked to its utmost capacity.

.: I I"I;pT.Rr1 Edward Xortn.JoknIUaesek inspectors:William ease -ul-f work .. 13 w up
) I H A: W B Drew C s rw" ed lioofc! i-lerk
; RecUter. clerk. .. .'11'
\.' I""r.-E.FI.1. Dfotrkt N.. IS: -Francis-.T. )(. Can..11, T. II. j jWl rh.i-N4ijrier office divs rwpi' rati..n offl t I IMPROVED CHILL TONIC You simply ask for nothing but

.. .... .. ... ** can
\m \ g. P. J. Necks, tMpecton; R D. Howell : c 'r and mileuue SUPCRIOR TO ALL OTHERS
clerk h. W.i' Parish da>'> rnn-4ration oAcer It is a tree CAW Core inc. ribina-ion with
: .
.
\ P.2t ; .. trtc&'l'1atbrl ('.urf Rou>-f'- W. A. !I liolwrt. mnesv W lur.l! i ti..yn registration fI.H .- W l.l *rrolJ/cs. Wlitn, prv.eryttk..ttnccer! what you can find in the line of SHOES
'.- ... .. 91C fails to care the tIt >"t ob"tulale"asr ""I Cbillt
t. aid
< UTingstaB.0. M. Darts, \\ tlliam lion terpr" j jt ifT ini '
.4 ., ? i I li Bmm.I"t.Uy. i v:.tradom oOcor fad Fever Wbrre otter fail it trill ,..re1& .
i .
\'" .\. rr: H. H. **tM. clerk.
'r 8Mi
and l milejitzf U pteatant to take,and coatata nothlag totftjm
.' .. :1 Ditltrit&X..If-ra1atk& )U i i1IXi UM saner delicate .",.tera. &bt..Me at
r kctnvt-sr.l>'*JettrJs, John Kent. Robert -1 to...,. Asa Toaje fe i* wtbovt aa equal
fi \1' >u>." *rr). J ds5spptl abas.,- 1E G.aranteed bv drti i!t.
't Careen, ta...rs-J.J.C *MUo.ctorlcDiMri i 440 your -
J' t X.1"aIatb..E1Iti- Bout<-III g J. irr T Bentley. .t dav' 'mri: trttk':ol4eer Price,50 cents .,e' b>v.i#.

+ ur...uu. Feud DmAer. WlUiaw Cn?n. ha.pe.- and lalJooace. ............ r (litWa VOKIT &: CO., ChatUaooja Tena.i M.! LOEB and COMPANY'A :
F C T<. 3; .Uy ,.*tr i tea .iffme1
,. ors: tl V E.4to-A. clerk.NATIOXAL.. dR
* \ ;j jDirtrkt uliu Hanna. I dij> regi>.tit'no officerandmiieai 1 HARRY L STEWART '
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X t-Omrent City-O.C. MeGrady. j R t L Bowen .: day re,ristratxm Bcer I i
-- F T.Batherford: W. C. Norton in"rct.>rs. F. aud mflesge .. 7) .
: \ t. Smith,clerk 't .-.. je22 LPix.ime."FD.A,

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THE TiMiES'-'HERALD. SEPT'EMaER' 21 ,

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tog business--grandmother's funeral the poles and pegs appertaining1 there "I take mine straight" growl
:1" the Midst o;f >and that sortpf thing-.o if a fellow to. These are a number of packages of lett*-gruAy, although he ste
: his chief doubtless aide tee door. "'I don't
is content to work right along tobacco, on which I shall open ;
is quite content to let him. That's the have to par something into the exchequer Yankee mixtures In mine. PW _
Alarms. way"affairs hare gone for years with of her majesty. This is a jar ley's good enough for any man if
me. The other week I went. over to used for the holding of liquids I beg a man. I don't take no water, nei .r=
(OOn'D"CZ nox un wilt] Washington to interview a senator on to call your attention to the fact that I're got trouble enough."

"'I'1iir. was a gentle tap at the door. the political prospects. I tell yon what it is at present. empty which unfortunately The bartender winked at Yates as h.
'"Com In," shouted Ya tea. "Oh W. it. is. Stilly without bragging there prevents me making libation shored the decanter over to the Dew-
{-on. Just bring up another cooling are some big men in the states whom to the rites of good fellowship comer.
'cobbler will you, and charge It as be- i! no one but me can Interview. And yet What my friend has in that valise I "Right. you are.," assented Yates, FRAUD
lore to Prof. Renmsrk, room A1&.-Y eat old Scrag says I'm no credit to his don't. know, but I suspect a gambling cordially. ON BUY! .
and then-'" class! Why last year my political pre- outfit and would advise you to search The farmer did not thaw out in the
"And then there came the opening!in dictions were telegraphed all over this him." least because of this prompt agreement FRUIT WRAPF I
University college Toronto I had the country and hare since appeared in "My valise contains books principal with him but sipped his whisky gloomily -
food fortune to be appointed. There 1 the European press. No credit! By ly with some articles of wearing apparel as if it were a most disagreeable NO MORE CHEATING.
am still, and then I suppos I shall Jove I would like to hare old Scrag in ," said the professor, opening his medicine. Consumers of fruit Wrappers mar
stay. 1 know very few people and am a twenty-four-foot ring with thin grip "What did you want me to take out?" now rem knew of 30 that sheets they and ret not an 400 honest or 330
tie tter acquainted. with books than with glares on for about ten minutes! The customs officer looked with suspicion he said, at last. sheets to ream as someuascrqiralous
men. ThoM whom I hare the prii- "I doubt if he would shine under on the whole outfit and evidently "A friend and a tent a jug of whisky; dealers rapplr.
teknowlnr are mostly studio* those circumstances. But never mind did not like the tone of the American. and a lot of jolly good tobacco." OUR "FAIR AND
persons who hare made or will make him. He spoke for once without due lie seemed to be treating the "How much are you willing to pay?" SQUARE"WrapKrs ..r
their mark in the world of learning. I reflection' and with perhaps an exaggerated customs department in a light and airy "Oh I don't know. I'm always will- 1000 each,and ere each put spin Wrapper packages is nom of
bare not had your advantage of meeting .- remembrance of your school- manner and the officer was too much ing to do what's right How would fin bered. In printing, OODMJC11Un1r TAS _
statesmen who guide the destinies day offenses. What happened when impressed by the dignity his positionnot dollars strike you?" from 1 to 1000. No ODe caa

of a great empire." you went to 'Washington to resent flippancy. Besides,there The farmer scowled! and shook hi HONESTLY BEAT

"No you always were lucky Still, "A strange thing happened. When I were rumors of Fenian invasion in the head. our prices. Rend for samples and CHIL
!'My experience is that the chaps who was admitted to the senator's library I air, and the officer resolved that no '"Too much" he said as Yaw was price to
do the guiding are more anxious aboiSHOUTKO saw another fellow, whom I thought I Fenian should get into the country about to offer more. "Taln't worth The
knew, sitting there. I said to the senator without paying duty. it Two and a half would be about the Jersey City Printing Co.
:: 'I will come when you are alone.1' "Where are you going with this right figure. Don'no but that's too jxB&Er cmR.J.
The senator looked up in surprise, andsaid Untr much. Ill think on It going home and _We sold ever 50 tens printed Orson TDNIC
: 'I am alone.' I didn't say any.thing "I'm sure I don't know. Perhaps you charge you what it's worth. Ill be Wrappers la Florida last rear. I
but went on with my interview, can tell us. I don't know the country ready to leave in about an hour if that
and the other fellow took notes all the about here. Say, Stilly, I'm off up- suits you. That's my team on the other IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS.
time. I didn't like this but said nothing town to attend to this jug. I've been side of the road. If it'.gone when you WARRANTED. PRICE 5Octs.
for the senator is not a man to too often not to back I'm an' hare Uget
empty myself come gone, youll I GALA TI A.ILLS.,Nor IS. sa.. I
offend and it is by not offending these sympathize with its condition. You somebody else." AWTALIVriDYThese I Ito Parlaxedlclta Co. t\&. LoGIa.110..
4.< .nU.m.n:-We sold lass year COO bottles oCT"
fellows that I can get the informationI wrestle this matter out about the tent. With this Bartlett drew his coat QUOTE TASTEL6CHILL: TONIC and M_
do. Well, the other fellow came out You know the ways of the country, sleeve across his mouth and departed."That's tiny Capmlej are rcperi dwelt tfcrv *n>...already. tbt.yMt.. Ja all cmr uptrwiK
ot,11 7 la tb drag msvot
with me and as I looked at him I saw whereas I don't"It him exactly," said the bar- Bilsam of Copaiba. f sever oM an artleU that guts racta =Mal.
that he was myself. This did not was perhaps as well that Yates left keeper. "He's the most cantankerous (kbebsorlgjetlns and(MTO tac&.IiQII.QU. TocOc. oura: .,CAaa dCA'" r
strike me as strange at the time but I negotiations/ in the hands of his friend. crank in the township And say, let CUREIN4SHODRSV. :
argued with him all the way to New He was quick enough to see that he me give you a pointer. If the subject the same diseases mtEoi at For sale by ACKKBXAX & STEWART
York and tried to show him that he made no headway with the officer, but of 1812 comes up-the war, you know- ioconrenience.:
wasn't treating me fairly. I wrote imp you'd better admit that we got thrashedout Sold Ij an Irvgfbts.ictaaa .
interview with the other fellow In- of our boots; that is,if you want to : '
t terfering all the while so I compromised get along with Hiram. Be hates Yankees ii" THE STANDARD.DURANGS :t I
,and half the time put in what hesuggested like poison."
and half the time what I "And did we get thrashed In 1812?" a & SteiarDRUGGISTS ; t .
"oon n.. TATZS. wanted in myself. When the political r asked Yates who was more familiar
editor went over the stuff he looked with current topics than with the history J
their own pockets or their own political alarmed I told him frankly just howI of the past '
advancement than they are of the deitinles. .. had been interfered with and he "Blest if I know. Hiram says we R RHEMATIc REMEDY[ [

Still the empire seems to take looked none the less alarmed when I did. I told him once that we got what LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA :
lts course westward just the same. So had finished. Be sent at once for a we wanted from old England and he 4 Eu sustained its topntatloa foils Tf
,old Scragmore's( been your friend, baa doctor. The doctor metaphorically nearly hauled me over the bar. So Igire .. being the standard iw edr fo/UM.*I,

iher"He indeed.* took me apart, and then said to my you the warning,if you want to getalong WALL PAPER; t. q1**.*Gout aD4,Sciatica}IefDlaDeD&ne are,in all el Ha Bbeumethm. om&.-.+.
has chief: This man is simply worked to with him." f U,r endorsed by tbooraoda of Ptajsi.'",
"Well he insulted me only the other death. He must hare a vacation and "Thank you. I'll remember it So .date Publisher and Pmuentn. k.. vpwelT
Seeds rtgetabJe aDd builds front the
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day" a real one with absolutely nothing to long. Y &Rt "You astonish me. I cannot Imagine think of, or he is going to go to pieces This friendly hint from the man in Prim te one dollar e boas or six*.
*betties for eve dollars .
.-o gentlemanly and scholarly a man. and that with suddenness that will the tavern offers a key to the solution Paints sent Free by Mail,Our AddrS, rwHpblet .".,
Principal Scragmore insulting anj surprise everybody The chief, to my of the problem of Yates success on the .
"bodT"," &astonishment -consented without lit New York press. He could get news t Darang's Rheumatic Ramsdy Co. ?
'"Oh you don't know him as I do. It murmur and even upbraided me for when no other man could. Flippantand Oils, ; 1316LStreelWasliliHitoa.D.a 1*
was like this. 1 wanted to find out not going away sooner. Then the doctor t shallow as he undoubtedly was, he Dwr.t.g's Lies PR1a art the bed ceearth.
where were,for reasons that I shall] TheJ set with an Nee tbd sites
you said to me: you get some com, "WHAT ALL THIS TACIILI somehow got into the inner confidencesof Varnishes them a household blesing.
,UU hereafter. I cudgeled my brains, pe.n1oD-some man with no brains, li all sorts of men in a way that made : rata II na. rn sex_I sun ra$L
pad then' thought of old Scrag. 1 possible who will not discuss politic. rather opposite. lie along the jug them give him an inkling of any t lOa uu n" .....un. =
Srrote him and inclosed a stamped and who has no opinion on anything that ostentatiously over his shoulder, to the thing that was going on for the Brushes. .................
addressed envelope, as all unsough army sane man would care to talk about, evident discomfort of the professor mere lore of him and Yates often got
contributors should do. lie answers and who couldn't say a bright thing 11 and marched up the hill to the nearest valuable assistance from his acquaint Gr PRESCIUrTIONS CABEFUU
_but I hare his reply somewhere. You he tried for a year Get such a man togo 1 tavern, whistling one of the lately pop antes which other reporters could notret
hall read it for yourself. off to the woods somewhere. Up 1 tD ular war tunes. for money. AND ACCURATELY COMFOCXDKD. PATENTS
Yates pulled from his inside pocket i a Maine or la Canada. As far away from "Now" he said to the barkeeper, The New Yorker found the professor myS-tf
'bundle of letters which he hurriedly; post offices and telegraph offices as po placingtbe jug tenderly the bar sitting on a bench by the custom-house _
Angered over commenting in a low sible. And by the way, don't leave fill that up to the nozzle with the best chatting with the officer and gazing at Carpets. Rusrs. Oil Cloths aDd J'roDlPUY Labels..e.r.d.rt.t re Toioe as he did so: "I thought lax- your address the Argus office.' Tht! rye yon hare. Fill It with the old familiar the rapidly-flowing broad blue river in'ront : ,.rese.r W. report .11-.... Mtnt cut be
.esrdorsot.tNeoteh.rwe. cert..esdes
wered that Still no matter. Jlngc it happened. Stilly when he describe juice, as the late poet Omar of them. Justin at Llllenthars. ..UI.-t..L1.$ii.._.... 3'4H.B..kY .e.
Daren't I paid that bill yet This pas. this man so graphically, 1 at once _I th." "I hare got a man," said Yates,Vho ...uanO... WASH ere run out. Must get another." Then thought of you." The bartender did as he was re- rill take us out. into the wilderness in t.
i&e' smiled and sighed. he looked at i a "I am deeply gratified I am sure." quested. about an hour's time. Suppose we TilE
Better: in dainty handwriting; but apj said the professor, with the ghost of a Can you disguise a little of that explore the town. I expect nobody
; *rently he could not find the docu- mile, "to be so promptly remembered fluid in any way so that it may be rill run away with the tent till we Four RouteHAS A Baker .
anent he sought In such a connection, and if lean be of taken internally without a man sue tome back." Big *,
"Oh, well it doesn't matter. I her any service to you I shall be very r1&4. pectin what.he is swallowing" "Ill look after that," said the officer)
'!somewhere. Be returned me the I take it, then, that you hare no Intention The barkeeper smiled. "How woulda md, thanking him the two friends THE BEST :sdANL'rAcTURR or
Wepaid envelope and reminded me that of stopping in Buffalo" cocktail fill the racancyN trolled up the street They were a ,
ftJniUd States stamps were of no use LCanada "You bet I haven't. I'm in for the foi "I can suggest nothing better" replied rifle late in getting back,*and when
which of course I should have< eat primeval the murmuring pines and Yates. "If you are sure you know hey reached the tavern they found Terminal FacilitiesAT CYPRESS AND YEllOW L I i PINE
!Remembered. But he didn't pay thpostage < the hemlock bearded with moss and how' to make it." Bartlett just on the point of driving
of his own letter so that I had green in the something or other-I forget The man did not resent this imputation home. He gruffly consented to take
i to fork out double. Still I don't mind the rest I want to quit lying OD: of ignorance. He merely said hem if they did not keep him more .
that, only as an indication of his mean: paper and lie on my back instead on with the air of one who gives an incontrovertible han fire minutes loading up. The LUMBER
ness. He went on to say that of the the sward or in a hammock. I'm coin g, answer."I tent and appurtenances were speedily OHIO./V.OO 4
umbers of our class you-you!-wen to avoid all boarding houses or delightful am a Kentucky man myself." loaded on the hay rack and then Bartlett
jj_e only one who had reflected credit on I summer resorts and go in for the "Shake," cried Yates briefly, as he drove up to the tavern and waited, SATSUMA HlGHiS. FLA.
That was the insult The idea of hi quiet of the forest" reached his hand across the bar. Mllow saying nothing although he had beenin All trains enter Chicago on the illi.
fag such a statement, when I had! "There ought to be some aloe place is it you happen to be here?" such a hurry a few moments before. nois Central tracks along six miles ofthe
him I was on the New: York along the lake shore." "Well I got into a little trouble in Yates did not like to ask the cause of Lake Front through the most picturesque VITAL TO MANHOOD.CKE.
sJ: Credit to the class Indeed! ]I "No air. No lake shore for me. It Louisville, and here I am where I can de-lar. so the three sat there silently portion of the city, and land .
serif he ever heard of Drown after would remind me of the Lake Shore at least look at God's: country." After awhile Yates said as mildly ashe passengers in the magnificent NewCentral start a ertr scut
[as expelled? You know of course I railroad when it was calm and of Long| "Hold on" protested Yates. "You're could: Station on Twelfth street and
Well Brown by his own eer Branch when it was rough. No air. making only one cocktaiL" "Are you waiting for anyone Mr. Lake Front This station is convenient -
became president of the Alum The woods the woods and the wood "Didn't you say one?"asked the man Bartlett to the Auditorium, Richelieu,
i la :New York, wrecked it, and got&na4a I hare hired a tent and a lot of cook. pausing in the compounding."Bless "Yes," answered the driver in a surly VIctoria and Leland Hotels and within a WEST'S SERVE. AKD BELLY TEZAT-.
aILNT.pociae low teria,DfeztaMa Jlu
HJ Aee.rslgla
with a clear half million. I ing things. I'm going to take that you, I DeTer saw one cocktail tone "I'm waiting for yod to go in fur two blocks of the State and Wabash HMdaca. Nervous Prortritkn reused brtoohol
I saw him in Quebec not sh tent ever to Canada to-morrow, and made in my life. You are with me on that jug. I don't suppose you filled it Street Cable Lines and the South Side $. or tohwxo,,WaktfnlMM emio*tmwrtr,Menial,mlMrr.DeprMrion.ofMntofeBrata >> Keeps the finest span andn then I propose we engage a man with this." to leave it on the counter." Elevated Railway. Convenient stops death. IT.m tr. Old A*., BurauwM, Low itown
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[ the city and Urea in a pal. a team to cart it somewhere into the "Just- as you &&y.-- replied the otheras "By Jorer cried Yates, springingoff are also made at Hyde Park, Thirty- '.mal*In WMkniMM either In..Inpnuacr involuntary Lraeorrboa I.-.. Hpermnrhcaa and all*'
buy out old Scragmore a I woods fifteen or twenty miles away he prepared enough for two. ; "I had forgotten all about it,which Ninth Street and Twenty-Second Street t caomd by ov r-tx-nl"a of brain, fMf.MM .
a *. over-Indalfror A iwwcVt treatment,...
mel and DeTer feel it Most. We shall have to be near a farmhouse, "Now, 111 tell you my fix" said shows the extraordinary effect this Stations. s for IS.by null with*each order tarn bozea wUA
ributor to the cause of edn-i so that we can get fresh butter mill Yates, confidentially. 'Tre got a tent country has on me already." The professor Magnificent Vestibuled Trains, Par.tor S6 I will seed written tvarantee. 1fIHT'8 te:r.fnd UYIB if not.lu.tI eared.uranUMlenetfbjrM'lit. .
there is In Canada. Hen I and eggs. This of course, is a disadvantage and some camp things down below at frowned but Yates came out Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Private euea Kick Bee.lche. ttdtmmt**,UTW Complaint,
[> made him and he's not ; but I shall try to get near the custom-house shanty, and I want to merrily with the jug in his hand and Compartment Buffet Sleeping Boar OUA&tSTUS Htooukch,yipeiwla leroed and oolj OouMpatioa.by
back on education. And some one who has never even heard of get them taken into the woods where \1 Bartlett started his team. They drove Cars and Superb Dining Cars. No
efD1o.- has the cheek to say that. New York." can camp out with a friend. I want a out of the Tillage and up a slight hill tranfer across Cincinnati to make con- ACKERMAN & STEWART,
L re the only man in the class who "You may find that somewhat dlffl place where we can hare absolute rest going for a mile or two along a straightand nections.
i credit on it!" cult" and quiet Do you know the country somewhat sandy road. Then they Your ticket should read via the Big Druggists and Sole! Agents, ftlatka Fin
j professor smiled quietly, as the "Oh I don't know. I hare great around here? Perhaps you could recommend turned to what Bartlett said in answerto Four Route to enjoy these privileges. \
excited journalist took a cooling' alp of hopes of the lack of intelligence in thCanadians. < a spot" a question by the professor was the E. O. MCCORMICK, D. B. JIABTIX,
the cobbler. ." "Well for all the time Fre been here Ridge road and there was no need to 1">>.81. Traffic Man Gen'l P. & T. Agt. GOro :
"You see, Yates people's opinions Often the narrowest." said the professor I know precious little about the back ask why .it was so termed. It was a Big Four Route, Cincinnati, O.VIGOR l p

differ A man like Brown may not be slowly, "are those who think wood. I suppose you want some place good highway, but rather stony, the The Wigwam '
Principal Bcragmore's ideal. The principal themselves the most cosmopolitan." by the lake or the river?" road being, in places, on the bare rock.It ,
may be local in his ideals of a sue "Eight you are!" cried Yates skimming 'No, I don't I want. to get clear paid not the slightest attention to FRONT ST., orr. PUTNAM Hocsr
oessfnl manorof one tvhq reflects crediton lightly over the remark and seeing back into the forest-if there is a for Euclid's definition of a straight line, ,
his teaching" nothing' applicable to his case in It. est" and in this respect was rather a wel- The Sower For Repairing Guns, Pistols, Locks. ,.

"Local You bet he's local. Too "Well IVe laid in about h.lf. ton, "Well there's a man in to-darfrom come change from the average American Keys,Trunks, Umbrellas, &*.'
darned local for me. It would do that more or less of tobacco, and have somewhere near Ridgeway I think. road. Sometimes they passed along Hal Brat anppUea BO rrcont hn chance.need-.If Tb beu"u5atEruu I ,
i man good to lire in New York for a bought an empty jug." i He's got a hayrack with him, and that avenues of orerbranching trees, which > I Tears But I'm going to get Ten with "An empty one?" : would be Just the thing to take your were evidently relics of the forest that and guaranteed. -1 ja2-tf
him. Fm going to'write him up. 111 "Yes. Among the few things worth tent and poles. Wouldn't be very com- once covered all the district The road 'Seeds J"
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give him a column and a half see if I haring' that the Canadians possess, h fortable traveling for you but it would followed the ridge, and on each side Fern's'.eed .
4on't. I'll get his photograph and pub- good whisky Besides, the empty jug':, be all right for the tent if it's a big were frequently to be seen wide vistas I *aU the Aseaalforierqoootato. Lira and bees Fruit Jars Rubbers
lUh a newspaper portrait of him. If will save trouble at the custom house. one." of lower lying country. All along the fonnaiiou fterdenlnf. about It to a Garden ncoffntedauthority. *and
that doesn't make him quake he's auttron I dont suppose Canadian rye is as good "That will suit. us exactly. We don't road were comfortable farmhouses;and Erery punter boakl and Jelly Glasses at
man. Say, you haren't a pho- as the Kentucky article, but you and IStill II care a cent about the comfort Rough it was erident that a prosperous community 'D.M.have FZKRT it Kent A freeoareqneet.OO,Detnptt.MWh.' \ '
'graph of old Scrag that you can lend hare to scrub along on it for ing it is what we came for. Where flourished along the ridge. .ILIENTHAL'S.
\\t, hare yon?" awhile. And talking of jags just press. will I find him?" Bartlett spoke only once,and then to --- -- --- --
"I hare but I won't lend it for such the button once again." I '"Oh hell be along here soon. That's the professor, who sat next to him.
However, never mind the The professor did so, saying: his team tied there on the side street "You a Canadian" It t Has Done 3Ioto
c Tell me your plans, Jam "The doctor made no remark, I suppose 1.I II he happens to be in good humor he'll "Yes. .
rIU' poaal for ft COupU of weeks, about drinking less or smoking take your things and 85 lisp a* not "Where's h* from"
longer if neoeuary," l less, did her ,give you a place to camp in his woods. "My friend is from New York" answered OF MEN
food boj-J Well HI tell you how tt "In my cam? 'Well come to think of:I II bum lUrtlett's his name. And talking the innocent professor.
\t want rest and quiet and the It, there was some conversation in that II I of the old Nick himself, here he Is. "Hnmphr! grunted Bartlett scowling t
)for%week, or two. flue how 41ftc 9nDoD"t remember at the.: I say, Mr.: Bartlett, this gentleman den;per than erer. after which he (silly.Oskty.PMasssty .
enedi I hare been steadily at moment just what it amounted to; but I wondering if you couldn't tote out became silent again. The team was 'I Isstorsd.WEAKNESS e
adstone except for awhile in all physicians hare their little fads, some of belongings. lie's going oat not going very fast although neither I .
.pital, and that yon will admit TOO know. It doesn't do to humor your war." the load nor the roads were heary I NERVOUSNESS.
much of a vacation The work hem: too much. Ah boy \ I Bartlett was a somewhat uncouth Bartlett was muttering a good deal to
MS me, and I am always In the are again. Well the professor wants I I'and wiry specimen of the Canadian himself and now and then brought DEBILITY sad aD .
I
the
fit Now, it's like this in the another drink. Make it a gin fix lihis i farmer who evidently paid little attention down his whip savagely en one or the ; trata of later cvtu"omeartyerroraor
iper Dwineasj Your chief is time, and put plenty of ice in it; nt'don't '! to the subject of dress lIe said other of the horse, but the momentthe 7// er orlt, elehnete. Toward the advanc
i e person to suggest that neglect the gin on that &account nothing but looked in a lowering way unfortunate animals quickened t ece. &
you ; mereW world than
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-t .dartoa ,
-cation. He is usually short Certainly eharge it to room 518." at Yates with something of contempt their pace he hauled them In roughly.Nevertheless |' i ties ev.eyorpsod writers combine
( ad long on things to do If and suspicion in his glance. they were going quickly &
BO
I tb osd7no can tcort: it.
; worry him into 1etUnioa CBArrz tn. \ Ytftea had one receipt for making the enough to be overtaking a young lmJJe.1W1II"1: mo.e '
't lose any sleep over It What's all this tackier asked tfce, acquaintance of all mankind. "Comein woman who was walking on alone. .ftf u.fmpg.i_ Book.EM : ... For terms, etc,*li
fent. to let well enough alone burly and somewhat red-faced customs' Mr. Bartlett" he said cheerily, Although= she mast hareheard, them I mu sdin..wu JESSE E.
1e Then there is always iomewanU officer at Fort Erie. / "and try one of my friend's excellent coming orer the rocky r'oad'sho did r- .
\ to get away on per. This," said Yates "1, a tent (With I' cocktail." not turn her head, but walked along : II b ICM. II.1Vff6&.O. .
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:: : T ,; ''IMES-HERALD, SEPTEMBER 21 1894, "

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j1TIllES1IEEVER. I Ipy the ground Jo be covered by Leunty Democratic Rally NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

bded legislation; blessed with a Ca+ Sult M1e.ur Ae. srit The candidates for the Legislatureand LETTERS PATTBNT.

... al spirit that merits the respect of other speakers including lions. $2,500Prnts

nperiors, and at the came time it R. W. Davis, W. II, Wigg. O. W. M To hereby WHOM dYeD IT MAT pursuant COVCETSf to tbe Statute: Notice of h
h n=sa lilt till bm
F1.A. SEZLf is him in touch with the humblesten. Williams and E. E. Haskell will address the State of florid,that tae nnderl ned will rom
9 A. on tbe 22nd day of October,A. D. 1M. at three mt f- ._ Witt ITowrrer
: To the stranger he might ap- the citizens of Putnam County at o'clock in the afternoon at the Exeratta r....... ....w. Dad,
Chambers in the Capitol, in the City of TaUa. re5.ewa: T. the arm psi.
as a man Of Impulsive action, the following places and dates: basset Florida apply to His Excellency. UKtn Ma wato eee Ml w
( Mfrtisl th. Spetbl** bHl 2nd beoo$h e an intimate acquaintance would tnterUrhen. Friday. Sept. 21. at 11 a. m. >vernorof, IncorpoMtSnft the State of Flo the Ida following for I.ET'IS1:3PaTTENT named .Tktmricp...l iwMra Mnttor wilt jhwrrv aI, MM 4,
I wy Mc.Meekin. Saturday. N'pt. 2Z. 11 rwp *4'"f tiU pfctvr*te I&MSSOOinGsH
at a. n
the followIng
and to -
al the presence of an opposite Putnam Hall. Mondajr. Sept. 24 U Lwrapany under pursuant sde.rS eaes4 we alt trot
sL.ri"taiw tea S6>ul4 bo in at a. tulUnnerrille proponed Charter,via .
teror rurtstered let, ity. He is a ol iyiALL Tuewlay Sept! 23.: at 11 a. m
KAT** man 'rxfyl and de- '
; oo.twiek. We ji m H tl M HERALD 1 ate action; In far( It is one of the Peniel.Thur Wav. Sept-2'. at 11 a. mPaUtka. I SOUTHERN RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP -
Thorsday. Sept.17. at 7. p m. I T*the Mcon4 9 tOO I* <*.... T. ta* tttrd94OI
FK! Pit 1 iget flemtfftS Of his character. By order of the Committee. COMPANY/: > ea.h. T.each<>rtlM.BxttWfrt B..
91Y!.e..h. T.sash*r UM-Mat tea < .
John C. Ca'honn! of tlwl'in' A U4
;voters /"bi the county should en- JOSEPH PRICE We the undersigned.York State of New York. James I (..\\aich.. To.n.Ia.t ltl,., IIHJII twenty A
uf New !.lid !'ol..erlnitb.. T,. -,.. li ."f the seas
state Democratic !:Y r. Darby by Riving him :a F. C. BLAXCnAM Chairman. t nV.bett.James ... )1aye.nd James H. Canul -)'. I flr. A llad__ silk" I),.... Patient .f
of Florida Marion
Ute city of Ocala. beat 14 !. b yards. Toe an .h WISE HEADS Secretary.A ounelres.our associates and.a,- I Mark,J. .MM,gra**, brown w wins rvlur
For Justice of the/ rote.JOHN that the of liver sign&Ydot aitaoclate ourselves togetherand T.the next: twenty we will give t* .teh > tkan4M a
r. WALL agree use a pill constitute a body corporate unm. Itleyel f.r either .*.. T*
after dinner or to accomplish special Grand Feature sank ce the Constitution and Statutes of the etch .f tb* seat any A Re*>f IUI *.*!.*
B. s Nominee for House of Represents. State "f Florida, and do publish and declare lu. lta... T.tbe Ut ten ptrwm MBdmc
1 Hood's
results is an important step in civili Of Sarsaparilla; is that while it this to be our "Articles of Inrorpora a cornet answer w. will give Sit wwb To
r : tlvesj is too well known to the citizens the blood I -N writing I reek of CM next dm A *.I14 4.)4Valek..
zation. Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pel- purifies and sends it coursing T. each of the next: anew A "llk ltrtss
of Putnam county for us to say an}- tTA4rtiol.h. The name*i the said Corporation Pa..,,",. To ***h of Uw Dna; twenty flvr A
lets are better than other liver pillsin through the veins full of richnew and shall be The.. Southern Railroad and Sratn.hipCowpeny. :: 11..e let. Te ch.f the seat boy A flee
cket. thing tbat would aad to his vote. He i ia is almost They'rethe health also I ll lUr Geld fees. KTrrr Ivttrr rnnu.
respect. it
every imparts new life and Art.Co. The power to be held exercid andenjoyed tatnaq t. auobnd sad doted the .tav tarrl.ea
typical Floridian,possessed of a large smallest, easiest to take, most vizor to every function of the bodv. by the said Corporation ami the hll l- With year answer to the n>bu ws
nee and pnrponec for which it in created anAS require you to rod Twraly-rle tmiIn .
n'L'; : >lmaO Se" tndF Distri4tG '" ifunx&f rood common sensea natural- natural in the way they act ; cheapest Hence the expression so often heard: fellows that i i. to say To construct "uer tie I Cauli or Thirty (Crt !. "MUMP * and maintain line of Uiilroaii from the l it> ropy of oar HaadaonirlT I llliutnbst &at(.
jae aind individuality of character. that because guaranteed to give sat- Hood's a I w iebIsneededIn Trrr flunily This offer n
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Sarsaparilla made Florid to
anew a
of Palatka Putnam County point
<[ HAllLES M. (XXPER. him with"all classes isfaction or returned. We per- the City .I i I nude. solely to BdrrrtMO thojMkkjnUoD and
makes popular money < the Hull of Mexico at ->r near <
teto boor Thl
of tatradoco It BOW te
JA. meIt that aa -
son overcomes tired opport
I
TiP. all his all have weak tjx-it. Generally it's Tampa, IUlb boro County Florida: about 14o lty to ears a TMT valuah4 frcornt u.iwWtMTyonrMuwmtoODOor
and in ..
Deliberate cautious moveraents -
Railroad 'line I lx
mile In length said t<> c iftmeted ib. teat
feeling so or
JOLMT DEMOCRATIC TICkI T., oS there is no danger of Mr. Wall the liver. An active liver prevents I common now. thltnch the counties of Putnam. harts : I set,. let TOO get tho 1.1 ON share bv one
from (via Ooala). Sumter Citrus, r.rrnaml lb. leaf (live you fall some And rltaddftaa. .
f and
._ .* I' "rnsJang.in were angels would fear to impurities poisons enteringthe I HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable, Pasco and HllmiorauKh. with branch linen to Out address I* ,'
blood. Pleasant Pellets" haveA keeled by said RailroadCowpany.
expedtent
any point t BUOXSGX!! FURLISiiING' CO..
For Stfcfft Senator, stand.. To use his own words, he tonic effect upon the liver and the perfectly harmless, always reliable and the right. Said and ixirporatlon prlTibges granted fc> use anil and enjoyall delegated 90PALATKA Nassau M., N.. Perk

would wait and watch "the thin beneficial.Mr. the consututioa aDd
Tnos. A.DARBY.IgorJlecubereflouseof general system. They cure Indigestion tatutes to corporations of the State of by Florida, to do and ___ __h __
Representative wiggle," and once satisfied of the justice Dyspepsia, Dizzy Spells, Sick J. B. Donnelley, who has chargeof form all other act and business usually Caad
he would it a loyal ticrformed by Railroad corporations; to MAItTETS.MARKET .
of a cause give Headache and all derangements of
J. H. HART Col. Matt Taylor's house in the purchase: and own Real and Personal Estate; to
snpportlpHe' has already served; the< the liver, stomach and bowels. Hammock !Mil or convey the same according to the by-
the lattei's .
** J. P. WALL. during absenceto laws of the said Corporation, to nmrsteSteamship REVIEW ron WEFK KNDIXf.SETTTMBEB :
people his county one term,end the< the North,had occasion to enter the Line from ralatka to new York, f; 21.
IPof! t'ierk Criminal Court of Record, services contributed :Tb* Common freight and passenger traffic
record.of his past BOOK OFFER, Ben-Medal Adrwr, house a few days ago and on going in'' Art. (3). The priuclpRl business office of said Market on tea at the advanced prices

J. N. BfJK KAVELL. l largely to his majority in the recent by R v. Pierce iL D. one of the rooms found some trunks Putnam Corporation County shall Florida be in,the with City branch of *Palatka fflce aNew I and we are sorrr to have to report the
For Assessor, contains oyer J. pages, 300 wood-cuts anIL
primaries. I York City, Ocala Fbu, &D4a such other
bound in cloth. Usual price 11.50. Treats broken open and clothing and different places as the ompany may designate. i imUcitions are for a still further ad-

W. M. WIT.i.IAMS. j. n. HARP of Anatomy Fbynoloey,IlTrieno, Medicine other articles scattered about on the shall .-<4). The eapit.a1ltnt'1tof *ld Corporation :. vance. Low grade coffee are weak.
prescriptions. Moro copies have be Threw Hundred Thou-UnU Dollars di
For Tax Collector, Also a nominee for the House of Representatives been sold (over&0,000) than any other bock floor and a large amount of wearing Tided into three thousand of one nun- Nothing new on rice: the condition

F. C. BLAN 1IARD. ', .. is well and favorably except the Bible. If Ton cut this out mow apparel He at Bred dollars'each the in last and
and enclose it to us, with Sot in stamps,the missing. once reportedthe Art (I), i he business of this Corporationshall are same a* oar report
; known throughout the county a live Address matter to Sheriff who immediately be conducted by a President, Vice Pres the condition in
For 1\easurer, book will l* mailed you. Hagan, lent, Secretary and Treasurer and a Board o t came prevails sugar.

progressive farmer. He representedhis WOBLD'1i Diazvtsazr, Buffalo N.Y. went to apprehend the guilty four Directors eoD.i.ung' of members! of nalCorporation < The long price is 5 cents in New York.
B. L. LILI> a raAL. ,who sball elect the Resident Vice
county in tbo last Legislature,, parties! On Tuesday morning he gota President,Secretary and Treasurer of said Cor There has been a slight advance in

Bar Justice of the 1'eaccl8th District.. where he made an enviable record for The Arcadia Weekly Sun, of Arcadia clew as to the whereabputs of the poration.Art..(t>. The Board of Directors shall be elect wheat, but it will not, in our opinion,

J. M. l\ wEns.. faithful and service and the ed at the annual meeting of the stockholder o t
intelligent effect the low of
and flour.
Fla. is the latest venture missing goods upon present pnce
in journal- I. the Corporation, which meeting shall be held atBe
i;* Members Bard PubUcJnstruetioi large vote h'e received at the recent Carlton found them with a lot of Investtgatin T Ume and in the manner a* shall be pr*. Canned tomatoes are coming forward
Elam B. editor and
urn. is is
ribfd by the by-laws, and the fallowing and of excellent
E. S. CCILL. of I quite rapidly are qual-
merited vindication
(' primaries was a run in the interest of the People'S in a largjQijygoo, Is box. named person shall be the Director until the<
J. iL GHEE*, t his service. Mr. Harp as well as tnt n outing of toe stockholders which shall ity.
past party. a house near Wes Vleyw Cemetery be Wednesday in January A. DU Ororcrie\Vhol. al..

0. W. RILES. his colleague Mr. Wall, are prototypes ____- ____ which is |;(ibex. Further >'<6.D..tV''I successors. shall he elected and Corrected Weekly by Gay Bro*., Corner Kirt T
----- -------- occupied by n
qualified: John C. Calhoun, James Cnbbett, Mid KlrkUad.trvet*.

ol that class of sturdy yeomanry whose An Old Doctor's Favorite. developments resulted in the arrest ofa James M.. Mayo and James H. Cnrrr Granulated Sugar........-..... .... V4
Art. iT) The following named officers, John .. .. .. ..
OUR C1IJJn.\Tr Eton ..
influence made memorable the early : 8I1.1&1ac.
Dr. L. M. Gillam rho practicedmedicine negro ma'woman4 another man C Calhoun, President, James M Mayo, Vice t.WIlI', J'fnUateata"HUrD Spring

legislation of this country. A distinguished making'hi escape in the President, and JUles Cribbett. Secretary: andTreasurer Wheat .. .. ... ....,..... .. .. .. .. ..>..a to 310
by hiding hall bold their
\Ve take pleasure in placing at our over forty years, originated, and respective of ofllce "1tDrIe4xJud: Patttt do do. 1.1ft tw 3._',
anti the election tbetuccetwurs.
masthead the names of our honoredlowciuzens Virginian, whose matchless used and claimed that Botanic Blood: swamjubelow Wilson's mill. Sheriff qualifleadon Cheese, Fancy Full CreanCN.State) II to
.
elate and elevation to the Art. Tbe amount of the Stock subscribed Bitter Fancy EsesrsCasauery. 14 to 25
(8)( -
tnanship Cafttal
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who have been selected Balm which has been in Hagan also secured a large ) Hrrap-Florida, gal to
r } now use per "
and paid in at the time of the execution :
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Mulaiise :.::
executive seat of the nation made him view Orleans to 40
.v theDrmocratic primary election as about fifty-five years, was the best tonic keys wjsWTwere! used by these peopleto of these articles. is ten per cent of the said Capital good.... 4 to
the peer of any man of ancient or modem "KinkArt Rice, Carolina Collis.::::::: ..::: : 4'Co ',
< aadklates fur the several official potttvoos and blood purifier ever given to the ganajntrance to the house where .(9) The highest amount of indebtedness Faner. .. ..... ... .. .... 4\- 4s
said that he indebted to w which this Corporation can subject iUelf isMeo.ooo.ua
times
to be tilled in Putnam county !, was world. It never fails to cure the most they have stolen the goods. three hundred thousand dollar). Dry Salted ustarn BelI'1%
Drackers Vanderreer Jt Holmes'Sagar
lever inhe history of the rustic yeomanry who served with malignant ulcers sores, rheumatism, n'eo(l. The term of the corporate exUt Cared Back... ... ... .. *
possibly, I of the Fruitland the Corporation shall be ninetynineyears ..
Rc.v Cir
his skin Ryder, t. ,1HJtddton.... .. .. .. .
him in the council chamber of State catarrh and all and blood diseases. from the date of the recording of the
county poetic{ did candidates come Price large bottle For cuit, was n the city Wednesday.It letters Fatten Lard.. compressed.. la tierce .
for those just and wise principles of per 1.00.. sale ,, iftMlb. tin ... a:
Ix We hare hereunto
gtneral ,
LI Ligre'the W' ple with .Jluch/ wiTlEss WHIRror rare Leaf Lard loWlb. tint .
the government that had contributed so! by diUfgists. is natural for a merchant to pushthe our hands and seals this sixth day of Septan- Corned Beef, 15.. .. Ise4b.
alf enthusiagte endorsement? a. her, A. D. ISM. '
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oominali"ainono" t largely to his promotion. The people sale on those articles that bring the JAVErt ClU BETT. ( s. ... tae
dldatw'Iidee) fie. IMeaet Roe/ Ia. 12
Col. G. W. 31. Williams left Saturday -
rz: JAMBS }I. MAYO. ( .s'J .. .
>Putnam will look with strengthened most profit An intelligent purchaser .. I,:.:. :::. .:: .. 9.15
JAMES H. CVRRi.[ eSTATE
>s ai is tti/tgrotaf e f the second: ,.lay elU morning for his former home in Standard XXX. .Soda IS
IJa confidence to the service of her two I however, will insist on examining the Lemon Crackers .... .... T
< Democratic of the"eounly.Tfee representatives the" next Legislature. for few v different makes and judge for hImself. Condensed Milk-Eagle .:.. .... .... .. T.V> toCttawpion
die voters a days. or FLOUDA. ItoVarv
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I .... ..11 to
.
The BUCKSKIN BREECHES have ; or>>.ABIO .j jOn ..
preliminary woak of securing the do do Beilhrand 4MOo
n. L. the examination and branded tM, the 6th day of September, A. D. IM!! Highland Brand..smalt lots..:..::. Las to
jftCttioation <)5f candidates was contlrctediueuch LILIEXTIIAL FOR SALE-A 500 acre plantation in parsed are nonatly, came before! we Jam Crtbbett, Monroe Brandsmall.... ..
pint of fairs ea to Nominated to the office of County Gads Jen' county, Fla. Seven miles 100 per cent. proot. Stitchts double James M. Mayo and James H.Curry,to me perftonally i do do Anglo 8wUs.Uoa.: l 0to
- a known to be the describe! .
persons New\ork Milk Ce/s, U.s.at. a40to
from twelve miles from Tallahassee
Quircy sewed warranted to fit and not to rip. lierein and who executed the R 4ne Article 2'ai>>:
> I .
aL'k; that it won the reined Treasurer for the third term by a majority rep Canned Good*--Calll. Aprteets, 130 to
pirants and two miles from Midway, on of Incorporation and serenity acknowledge tome do Green Okge ... 5.20W
|and confidence of every good citizen. unprecedented in the history of F. C. & P. Railroad. Address TIMES- Henry Cowart went to Jacksonville that they executed the same for the purposes I I do EffrPtanu,>lb X20to
therein and that Intend In
4 expressed they ...
Feache- Ib. Tab**Yellow I.TStoUS
'THOMAS A. DARBY, Putnam county politic: is a more val- HERALD office, Palatka may5tf Friday to attend the civil service ex. good faith to construct and maintain said line do -2 lh.Table Yellow.... toMS

uable testimonial of 'the high estimate of Railroad. I do -alb. Pte.... .. .. .. ....... to 1.25
'irhet.ge name stands at the bead of the received amination.The Witness my band and official seal this Sixth Canned Fish -AIa ka Salmon .... LIS to US
that our citizens have placed upon him We have from Professor O. Day of September A. {). 1WM. I do Fresh Columbia Hirer

|<500B V ticket for Stal@ Senator, has Clute director the Florida Central Hotel, corner Second A. MclNTYRu.Star. I Salmon... ............ IJSOtol 90
as a polite and faithful officer and Agricultural .. Notary Pablfe ... ....
intake his first advance (in a political and Reed street, is being repaired and -H-8w Mackerel ...__ 1.00W
Experimental Station at Lake American Sardlnea) ain
citizen than that *
worthy anything we
: that forecasts a useful and bril- : painted.The oil .... a,7S to 4.00
r-an-sr could Putnam can boast of one City Bulletins Nos. 22 and 24. Bulletin Little Neck Clami..... U5Co
'. fut>yre. Notwithstanding his many i eay. friends of Miss Mattie NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.LAID Lubsters... ... ....... 3.10W
1 of the best Treasurers in the State tin No,. 22 treats on fertilizers and many Canned Pegetables-No.3Tomatoes. to 1.1.

i of residence in the county and tells how to use and make them. No. Gray, who has been dangerously ill, OrncK AT G'L Unu.JC. VLA. I do >o. 3 Tomatoes. .. .... ... 70 to 75
.. the of Mr. Lilienthal. IH. | .. ....
connection with One of the person September IX do No. JSof( rOw* ... Mta
long 24 is the annual report for the year are pleased to learn that she is recovering VrOTICE HEREBY GIVES THAT THE do No. S Okra and Tsmatoes 1 Mi to I.':
interests of this has filed notice of do No.t Marrow peas...... 1.00 to
leading manufacturing i F. C. BLAKCUAUD, foUowlng-named settler!
and that she will be able to be
I 1893. Copies of the bulletins may be hope Intention to make Dual proof In support of; do No.1 Early! Jon I'e...... 1'="->
i lotion: of the Mate, he entered the The nominee for Collector. As an : had by making application to the di- out in a few days. his claim,and that said proof will be made be- do No.3 Boston Baked Beans 1.5050
fare Joseph Price Clerk Circuit Court at Pa do No.S Boston Brown Bread lAOto
i for nomination with only a lim- office-holder Frank, is a complete succes. rector at Lake City. Mr. R. B. McLoud, of Riversided, latka. Florida on NOVEMBER! Pr". 1804. via: : Coffee Green Rio ... ..... .... ........ .1aco ,41
Kij.. .. .. ...... .4450
4 with the masses inbe KOHCBT H. AIIBLEY.ot Bannerrille Fla. il. do Boasted '
acquaintance lIe entered the field m the pri passed through the city Tuesday morning ::::. 1-:
19.448. for the NW 4 of SW!.. Sec. 12. T. ,. S. R. Table Irish Potatoes-pr barrel 3.10
rural districts, many of whom had maries for the third term without fTradarh*stepped In a*minute. by Dr. his home from St. Augus- 23 t.. Apples, per barrel.... .... ....... MO to_
opposition Miles' IMw FILLS. **On. cent a doaa. on way He names the following witnesses to prove his Cabbage do .... .... ..... S to IRe
i hearsay, formed an unfavorable polling the entire democratic tine, where he has been visiting his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. Unaccus- said land, ns: Layton W John* ,of Kannerrtlle. Yellow Onion, per barrel ..... tM to2.T
ion of his t n idacy. vote of the county. The fact that having II. R. Ralph, of this city,was at IIol- sister. na.. Albert II. McCraney of Bannerlle TOBACCO: CJCABCTTEA ETC.:

he was to the use of that hater last week the Fbv. William Johnson of nannerrille. Duke cigarettes....... .... .. .... .$3.113
as ;
the duties of this superinlenaing
performed pains- Fray Thomas J. Green of Francis. Fla. Sensation Cat I7ug.3 o..... .... ..... *>
werful weapon of political advance office for several terms havingto shipping of his immense crop of Japan : Mr. W. R. Bowen, of Clayton, was J. )[. BARCO. Seal of North Carolina Jo*.... ...... U
taking welcome visitors Wtdnts sej>H- w Register.Begg Lacy Hinton.......... ................ 41
cut known aft "stump oratory vet, transact business with all classes ?four persimmons.. among our rhamp Carter.... .. 3*
... lIe has secured his oatent for the Georgia Beauty.. .. : : ::::. :.3ft
Ingeld day. :::: :: : :
with others who were --, IJttU Giant Pill
company citizens, and then winning the I Sweet Uussett.... ,. :. .... ::.: M
e as contestants for the same nomination again without opposition ; Be ga' Blood Purifier and Blood seed-Bower, which he has recently In- Are the most complete pill on the Star......... ........,... ........ ... 40
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() __ Sat. Leaf tit
oor, be visited every section of the tribute to his faithfulness and Maker will remove a!!) disorders from vented. Mr. Bowen informs us that marKet, besides being the cheapest, as Clipper............... .. ..... .. ... 33:
is a the blood and leave your skin clear he has had five hundred of the ma- one pill is a dose, and forty doses in Pearl..... ... .... .>
unty end spoke \o the assembled popularity that makes further com- transparent and youthful. Sold anJ each bottle. Every pill guaranteed to Horse 8h<*.... .... .. ... 38

ople. Hit speeches, while free from ment unnecessary.W. warranted by IL E. Stewart, Palatka.' chines made. Every farmer or gar- !give satisfaction by II. E. Stewart, Pa- Orsla. ".ralU..,*. XI*.

lat brilliant eloquence that often -...- gener should have one. Corrected"kl br Vertree* & Co. i

rows over a subject& halo of l light M. WILLIAMS Saturday evening while Reuben latka.NOTICE A K. W Depot
{ Nominated for the third time for the Now is the time while there is no Cora Mid per sack 110 Ib. f 1
be succeeded by! denser darkness, I Neck and Robert Armisted two white Oats,White, per sack 129 Ibs .
'office of Assessor by a very complimentary glut in the markets to begin shippingyour Ground reed, per sack 100 Ib*. l.l
t there was a magnetism of honest boys were playing marbles they be- We admit it is too Feed Meal., per sack 100 Ib*. l.W to i.
majority, and that, too, in the oranges. green, Pore Wheat Feed, per sack 100 Ib 1.:!0 to 1
rpoee in the words he spoke,.and hen came engaged in a quarrel, which resulted but will buy and splendid At a meeting of the Board of Public Hay No. Timothy, per ton. lue to 19.0

the regard and support of the presence of a hustling competitor is a in the Armsted boy striking people pay Institution of Putnam county, he'd Wheat Bran per ton ,.. .... .... ItUJ8 to 19J 0*
to his of wh.ch pnces for yellow fruit. We are in a Grits and Meal per bbl,.. ..'". .... 3.00103.13
exhibition manliness tribute popularity any Neck the head with 31st 1894 of the ... ...... M to
pie by an of a on a bottle causing In heated July In pursuance Ron Proof Oats per bosh JMXM
citizen should feel proud. It was a position to color it for you Best Patent Flour, per bbL.... .. to Us
lit could only bt sustained by a frank an ugly wound. Dr. Steen dressed cellars in five of the largest cities in duties enjoined by Section 2 of Chapter Cotton Seed Meal,Brlcht,per ton. 25.0 to 2*ft*

d honest purptf To the voter that fortunate event that the candidacy of the wound, and pronounce it to be a the East. Send only bright fruit, not 4103 of the School laws of Florida, Cotton No. 1 Linseed Seed Meal Meal bark.... .,.per.. ..ton.......... X2JOtuZUMXTStoM

Id not the pleasure of his acquaint Mr. Williams met with opposition. It very bad but not necessarily dangerousone. they proceeded to divide Putnam Port Cement,per bbl... ... ........ *
smaller than 22C and as Urge as Rosendale Cement, bbl. I.S6
Ice it became Trident that he pos- brought out in the public discussionsthe all who you county into three County School Board Planter Paris, per bu per.... ..::::::::: LOS:::::
have it. Liberal advances to i
duties of that office and

1 feed a character and a.rmpatby that inspired with the ance gave onerous Mr. Williams an opportunity to We have received a copy of "An request it. Tn S. R. TOWNS, follows Districts: numbered and described as FAST TIME

Expose of the Alleged Insult to Mrs. Jacksonville Fruit Auction Co.
rtbler elements of human progress; and explain away apparent irregularities m County School Board District No. 1,
the discharge of his duties. Reuben Branson by J. E. T. Bowden. gent shall have for its outer limits or boundaries -
tfc phenomenal oajoriiy he received Mr. G. W. Bassett the J., -VIA-
of affilaviu from
It contains a number such lines as shall embrace the
cI: fcr his worthy comoetitors was a vin- 1. X. BLACKWtLL, T. & K. W. railroad at this place, returned -
.
\ disinterested parties and claims that whole of Precincts 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6,7,8

d lion that excited the admiration of Nominee for Clerk of the Criminal no insult was intended, and that Mr. Sunday from New York, where 9 and 10, as now laid out and recog Southern Railway Co.

e f1 thoughtful aliten.r. Court. The majority received by this Bowden was attacked without cause by he was.. called on account of the illness nized as voting precincts of Putnam

Darby need too eutogy from our gentleman at the primaries must be of Mrs. Baasettwbo has been spending county.County. WESTERN SYSTOIj
of which (
Mr. Branson, an account School Board District No. 2,
pelLa.. has been fSDOouoced in bin tribute to faithful that city. We
iccepied as a service the summer in are gladto
appeared in the Jacksonville papers at shall have for its outer limits or boundaries 700am
gldge more eloquent than we can com- performed, and as such we believe the time. inform her many friends that she is such lines as shall embrace the I..eaveJachonyUJe. 700pm
Arrive Macon . 4.25am 4.20pm
U1d. But we tale pleasure in make Mr. Blackwell modestly accept it. out of danger: and will soon be able to whole of Precincts 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Amve Atlanta . 7.35 am 7.W pm

+nc 'l1o"'n M con\ictton. so generally Ills nomination was opposed by a gentleman Pale puny,sickly children developedInto return to t'amlka. 2'3, 23, 24 and 25, as now laid out and Arrive Chattanooga 1.20 mI.4J am

ante" ned that Putnam county is tog of great popularity. The In- fat, rosy, healthy ones by usin* Piles recognized as voting precincts of Putnam Leave Chattanooga... 7.20pm 7.05; am

:.avt the services of Senator that Johnson's! Aromatic Compounl Cod be Cured. countv. Arrive Cincinnati. 730 am 7.20 pm045am
a of Mr. Blackwell prevented
Imposition FJver Oil; easily taken; health and The greatest pile remedy ever
:yo+' es in an emirjwrt. degree those him from making a canvass of the l strength. Ackerman Jc Stewart druggists ered is eggs' German Salve. It relieves shall have for its outer limits or boundaries Arrive Cleveland. ... ;;.00 pm 6.45am

-luaUtw- muaJ and becut that are county in person, and his friends feared Palatka. at once, and effects a permanent such lines as shall'embrace the Arrive Toledo. . 400pm ?,2, amLeuc
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in incredible short, of whole of Precincts 10, 17, 18, 19. 20 '
an space
cure
considered essential the modernrepresentative the result; but he received the nomination Chattanooga.., 5.ju pm 1.'jram(:
time. Also excellent for Cuts, Scalds, and 21, as now hud out and recognizedas
man .Ttot be is a man by a handsome majority. No FIRST-CLASS Burns and Biulses. Every box war- voting precincts of Putnam county. Arrive Knoxville. .1000pm 10.25 am
4.42am
of Urong political rnig,Lions is grant- one apprecmtes the compliment thus ranted by H. E. Stewart, Palatka TLe above was passed and approvedby Arnue Sew Washington.York. .. 9.40 6.52 pm am 10.55am

i\ dWlttihe narto 6f ate of the WOI<1 impressed with a larger degree of PRIVATE BOARD the Board. July 31st, ISM. Arrive
Siei who is well !
Mehappy;
Capt. E. S. CIULL
l..J.* is opartisait.N4ciQxen! in gratitude than Mr. Blackwell.It Train leaving Jacksonville at 7 p. m.
known throughout Putnam county and Chairman. to end and
is Vestibuled from end ,
E'utnam iljfjeil la his remains for the voters of Putnamto
\ aJ.sm along the St. Johns river, died at Port Attest: /FII03.1V.Itatrir, runs through solid to Cincinnati via
fe and o- her rejprd for emphasize these nominations by an ecretary. auSl.Grar and
land Conn.,Sept. 8, 1S04, aged eixty- : he Beautiful Queen Crescent
human rlgbt, ,_ gdai.justice be increased vote on the second day of THE ORANGE BLOOM loute.
His friends in this
6 done to all. t \i tb-t.) ne'has October. two years. many Veer Hal Eauing.a: .r TaralX ? This is the favorite Route to all East

en tile section will miss him very macho U 10, I& r don't you try Beggs Hair Tennessee and Georgia Resorts.

\he wp U..J. and sympathy Breckinridge who has represented LEMOX ST., BETWTIX Isr A>T> 2D. The best metal roofing, or siding of Renewer'$] Tit is the only positive hairRenewe For farther information please writeor

LAV* cae4 the country any kind, at the lowest prices. Can onor : call on J. C. BEAM
aadnoootbctterlnlrmcaas{ to theSeghlaUoiubreded the Ashland (Ky.) District in Congress RATES Low. TABLE; FUt..4'f.cuss. address A. C. Buchanan, Palatka, Jn the market. It stimulates T raveling l ,

S top it-ct this class for a number of years and who has CKXTEALLT LOCATED. Fla. _janl2tfDr. the II' L follicles and gives the hair a 136 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FI&

Sold and Stewart W. A. G. P. A.AC'
last week tit the democratic rranted by H. E. Truer .
.HB&l man, fimi at with a rested PBornaroa.t Mot Perfect Made. I'alatkL Br. acoriu, A. G. P. A. .

\ wits f public Questions that I primary by a Mr. Owens.

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THE TIMES-HERALD,. SEPTEMBER 21 f ; y _

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THE TIMESHERALDPUBLISHED i You can't expect to get good prices DRAYTOX ISLAND DOINGS. themselves and command the respect I' :

for your orange If you wait till everybody Correspondence Times-Herald. of others?

FRIDA YB. begins to ship. It is not a ques- I don't go in for "women's rights,"
DUTTON
IsLAND,'Sept. 18.
tion of their being yellow, only are so-called, but a woman should not always -

THE TIMES-HERALD ICO.. Publisher they bright and large? Nothing smaller The weather fairy indulges in the be condemned when she strikes What is

OFFICE: la Dunn's Building Front Street than 220 will sell well. We color them most childish moods these days. The out for herself. She may have better

next to rat Office. for yon in heated cellars at no ex- skies grow black and the winds come reasons for her act than we know of.

pense to you. Sound Jamaica oranges roaring across the lake in a toweringrage Instead of waiting to get his shoestrings -

PALATKA, FLA., SEPT. 21,1894.SrRfCRITIOX 'a-c selling at 3.00 to $4.50 per box. a fraction of a cant cheaper
followed by a shower of tempestuous -
Why not put some into marled at once? from England, why didn't J. F. try

: IU.TH-CD! Teat 11.09.Cent Six Liberal ad ranges wben requested. tears. In half an hour the sun is some raw-hide strips from one of those 1 1
MostAS.- Cents. Three Months 23 shining brightly from an azure sky, and
feubscnptmis do In advance.ARRIVAL For.Jnformationr stencilsr'Ac. writeto the blue depredating animals? That would be
waters
are dimpling gaily.
R. TOWNS
Tnos. ,
an economical plan
.L 1) DEI'ARTtuE OF MAILSTo Jacksonville Fruit Auction Co. Altogether, though, a !good heal of rain lhjnkshIIJN rItEss.
to fall.
manages
and From the I'o-t Office at EalaUa,Florida.
ARPIVAL: M t F. E. Tubbs, master mechanic Mr. Rogers has applied to' Mr. God- RELIEF IX SIX 1IOUKS.
4 9ft a IB Tbroocb mall from So.th ria J T Jt K W den Castoria ia Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants J
.ae a..ThMmjfh util from Wet rU G 8 S Fi of the J., T. & K. W. Wyl.t Saturday for the elevation of a wind mill to Distressing Kidney and Bladder dISeases -
i"HHI'a m tool matt from Son vta Boat on business. pump the"Waterotfthe land. Wed n't relieved in six hours by the "New : and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor !
riaJ 8t A I R for Chattanooga, Tenn.,
I"i 3n a m i/toal maU from *eUi
II 1 .,,i a m Tltr,,' mall from N'orth via J T& K W think matters are that bad, though, for Great South American Kidney Cure." other Narcotic substance. It is harmless substitute
) JII a in Local mail fiom8 vtli ta Iteat The Fourth Battalion Band discoursed This new remedy is a great surprise on J
12 IMI in Thro' mail trim Xfrtfc *H 4 StA: & rKl the band, stand the rain-bow still appears and we don't account of its exceeding in for Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil. ;:
Thro malt f,.. ..tbTtaJfT& K W sweetmoste from : opopoalie promptness
i m in Thru i: msfltror4boatb ta)> tia V 8 K R Graham's hotel Saturday: even- have to swim across the chasm yet. relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Y
;:i u m Thru. mail UM >ortll TlaXTitt K w Our back and of the urinary
people are continually making every part
Mothers.. Castoria
Millions AVorms and
destroys allays
KipinTbm iuilfrna (I tariJSAdtIB ing. The boys are bed>ming very proficient
: watts R S aC V Now passages in male or female. It relieves
iKt |p ro TV* maJtftrot PVr improvements. it is Mr. Parker,
i 11 |i in Thr.' mail from North via JT& K WIrII'AxTGKY. in the art of music and play retention of water' and pain in passing feverishness. Ca&toria prevents vomiting* Sour Curd
who has been adding
T>Ia m Thou,:h mail I to North: Tla J T* K W I very nicely. It is an organization of.which to and improvinghis it almost immediately. If you want cures Diarrhoea and, "Wind Colic.. Castoriarelieves i
t .via m Throinrn mail to W'er.t via G 8& K j all 1'alatkans should be proud. already beautiful home. quick relief and cure ibis is your reme- .. 1 ; ..
troubles constipation and l1atulenc
lot llmiMfali Another Sold ... teething cures ,.
step in the way of progresshas dy. by Harry E. Stewart, drug-
rJa F 8 n B ,
I '';"'a m TlimuKli mall to South of the Putnam
:.f,fi i .i u* Thr..nKU mail t. 8ouiJ rU J T A K wi aha gutters in front been made by Mr. Pullen. lIe has gist, Palatka. I la. -. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates: the stomach
I wh Mateo ; House on Front street are badly in and bowels healthy and natural Case
I 10i I.nalmahtoSouthvi&JStASIR laid in a select stock of family groceries giving; sleep.
.:nil l DUpatcli oed of repair and should have' the attention Pensaooli has a new corporationwhich
and : tuna is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's
U.So t6 "bFBRR politely solicits the patronageof : Friend
.I .ul.mTh Is called the Southern Spiritual
authorities
1 !O&1II1"Iu\'ID touoomTlmroirtinullto ) a.ll'lt.AklR of the proper at his friends. .. .
: XortkvUJTJt K W Association. The capital stock is $30-
rains the I
it water
w i> n TbnHijrh mall to 8oth Tl.J T 8 It W once. Every time We wish Mr. Pullen much success in Castoria. : Castoria.
000 and A. Gaston of ,
4.% p m Loo Mail to North via Boat stand therein large pools. The frogs mayor Mead-
1.t'IfiIaui W> t y'
.(80 p jiu m Thro mail to North via J 'M A & I R have taken possession and the residentsof s lle, 'Pa., is president. The objectsset "Cutorttiaaaexatkntmedktneforchil. "Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
4 u1 p| m ThrMffb mail to West vie G S Jt r treated to of great advantage to our people. Now, forth in the charter are to be the drt Mothers have repeatedly"told me of iu I recommend it as superior any pre.criptioa /It
section some
that are d effect their children. "
if some one would open a good boarding 'CO upon known to toe.
their awed music every night. acquisition of real estate, the promo- DB. O. C. tfsoooo, H. JL. Aftem.31 D..
WISE AND OTIIERWISE. house we would be on the road to tion of morality among men, literary Lowell, Has*. Ill So.Oxford St.,Brooklyn! ,N.T. t'
The orange crop throughout the rivaling New York. She is built on "'
Paragraphs P .to Palatka Point- and scientific education through the .Castoria is the best remedy for children of "Our physkfciM lathe children's department -
oily...._.tf'd. county is'reported in good condition, an island, and, as we have the island, propagation of spiritualism and the which I am acquainted. I hope the day U not hare spoken highly of their expert
and while the field in some! sections what is to hinder? It seems to us that far distant when mother wfll consider the real once fat their outside practice with Castona,
Wild Seltzer holding of camp-meetings at MagnoliaBluff '
Orange
wHl not be as large; as last year, in good boarding house, advertised and Interest of their children and UM Castoria inand although we only ,hare among our
Mayor Griffin was hi Jacksonville. tberdHritt near Pensacola. They have secured stead of the rations quack nostrum*which are medical upplies what is known as regular
hands with his many !other parts be a mucb larger nicely kept, would pay. The fishing possession of the beautiful site destroying their loved ones,by forcing opium, products yet we are free to confess that tits

Saturday shaking crop. The growers are now busy mak- alone would prove a great attraction to of Magnolia Bluff and will erect morphine soothing syrup and other hurtful merit of Castoria baa won 'us to look wits
friends. ing preparations for shipping which agents down their throats thereby sending favor upon It."
sportsmen.Mr.
hotels halls and residences. They will "
them to premature graTes. .ITU HOSPITAL AXB DismsAir.
Misses Helen Denham and Pansy win begin. Reed has to Green .
soon
gone Cove hold their first camp-meeting in Jan- Dm.J.F.KcfCHELOt, Boston, Has.
Dcverfux left Saturday for Stanton, The steamer Fred. DeBary, of the Springs on a flying trip. I.. uary and February, and President Oonway Ark. ALLKxC. Stain I rem,

Va.. where they will attend school. Clyde St. Johns river line, left New AVe noticed an article' ,in a recent 1 Gaston says that at least 5,000 Spiritualists Th. Centanr Company TT Murray Street..New York City.

Tbe Orange Bloom,on Lemon street York last week and has! arrived TIT paper iq regard to the ;ex&iyations; at will spend the months of Jan- j

is the neatest and most popular place in Jacksonville. She will start on her run ML Royal by Dr. Moorejjpra&e. article nary and February there.

raiatluu Go there for meals when in between Jacksonville and Santord. stated that the workwas fin shed and h

town. The City of Jacksonville Is now on the the party had come here to make some Headache and Indexation 1 1t

Mr. D. G. Welch, wife and daughter, ways in New York and as soon as thg examinations. "The news is somewhat Can be cured. If yon don't believe il

of this city, have beetf spending a few has received the necessary repairs will behind times, aa"7Dr Moore completed try Beggs' Little Giant Fills. Sold and
warranted U. E. Stewart druggist
by ,
days at 'Squire KeynoMs' in Welaka. also come to Florida and take her run its excavations asf winter and Palatka. .

The citizens of Wetak did not take in connection with the Denary. his findings were catalogued' many --

much interest in the primary election All transpotation lines expect to months ago and place
delphia Academy of NationaTjJpence.D | Florida Sentinel, while a party of loggers 10'0:<
last Wednesday, only twenty-seven have an early and busy" season this

votes being cast. year, and the owners of the John Syl- i ay ton Island could aoubllej. fern sh were cooking their supper in OUR WONDERFUL SALE OFMen's

Rev. W. S. WallacSj of the First vester and Eliza Hancor, with these many interesting relics oFThg 'ftoble I their shanty at Horse Landing, near

will both of red man," as atone hatchets arrowheads Palatka, a monster tiger cat or catamount -
Presbyterian Church of this city, occupied expectations, bring
the pulpit of the Orlando Presbyterian these boats to Florida this winter. The and bits of pottery haveafwaysbeen I made his appearance on the

under coi"'mon along our shores, aDd scene and kept them imprisoned for
is the
Church Sunday. Sylvester now on ways
various mounds and raised beds appear several houts. They had no gun, and

When in the dtr go to Orange boarding going will start repairs to and Jacksonville.M soon as The finished hancock which are considered to be artificial.Mr. were indebted to the strength of the Suits and Pants
Bloom. It is the most popular -
alone for their lives.
house in town. will come later in the season. Percy Pollen has been distinguishing building
himself as a fisherman lately.
w
Iler. Thos. Griffith,of Leeburgwas Peculiar to Itself.
You run no risk. All druggists guarantee We make it a rule, however, never to .
in tho city last week and occupied the Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to give the number or dimensions of the Hood's Sarsaoarilla is peculiar to Itself -

pulpit of the St. James M. E. Church do all that the manufacturers claim for in a strictly medicinal sense, in
fish caught. We can only say that we .
three viz first
Sunday morning and evening. It. Warranted no cure no pay. Thereare important particulars, : I
have caught three in our life, and, as in the combinatiou of remedial agents *
imitations. To the
many get OEX- Is now in Never again will the ivhenj
progress. you see time
Wild Orange Seltzer cools and purifies nxE ask for GROVE'S. Sold on its we didn't have an apothecary's scales, used; second, in the proportion in

the blood. 10 and 25 cents atPeek" merits. No cure no pay. they were not weighed. which they are mixed; third, in the goods of equal value will be offered for so little money.:
For sale by Ackerman fr' Stewart process by which the active curative .
Store.
Drug druggists. That is right, G. W., you stick to the properties of the preparation are se- y .

lion. J. P. Wall Putnam's nomineefor truth. You ouht to have a little cured. These three important points ,.,

the lower house, was In Green Cove Major I. E. Webster, of Gainesville, latchet with a handle of polished make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar in

Spring Saturday and made an excellent I who was commanding officer of the cherry wood. And let me whisper youa its medicinal merit, as it accomplishes READ THE REDUCTIONS :
cures hitherto unknown. I
speech at the big democratic raUy. Fourth Battalion during their recent little secret. You have a very ardent But it is not what we say but what I

D. Bas-ett. of Punta Gorda, was in encampment in this city, left Friday admirer up here, who begs me to tell Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the Men's Suits Men's Pants.

the city Saturday. Mt. Bassett is a morning for Vermont, where he will you not to withdraw from the public story. What Hood's Sarsaparilla has .
I done f>r others is fat confidencethat ,
reason
of esteemed townsman G. visit friends and relatives. The view more. When J. F. returnsto
brother our Majoris any
it is the medicine for you. We give you the choice of 135 250; good, durable $4.50 and
W. Bassett, and is connected with the in poor heaUh and thinks that a find hi front gate careering around

Punta Gorda Herald. change of climate may benefit him. on the horns of a ild-eyed"dilemma," S. J. HILBURN suits marked down from $9 $10 Pants,' desirable patterns, roj

c.U, The steamship Iroquois, of the CJydetnakline. The boys of the Fourth wish him a you must tell us how he views the sit and $12 for duced.to

carried to New York on her last pleasant time and speedy' recovery. nation It is to be presumed that he ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
will wear "glasses," quote Browning $7.50 $3.00 4
told )yip 300 boxes of oranges which are to '
.Ar and Ibsen and into ecstacies over Office with R. W. & VT.M.DA\"IS.Attorneys. .
shipped to parties in London. This go We give you the choice of 195suits .
Florida Southern "
"Vogner." A visit to Boston couldn'tdo Building.All 300 all-wool 1, stylish tailor]. !
I about one of the first shipments this marked down from $14 $15
,
> any less for him. txuiceM entrusted to his can will receive made I $5.50, and $G Pants r
1'0' ealOn. Wbe Baby wa tick we P'her Castorta. ,
Eula should stand up better for prompt ateention. -21 ItFRCITL&X1) and $16 for
ttoat Matters in Palatka base ball circles When abe WM a CbOJ.ah*cried for Caitoria.( you duced to .
womankind. Leave it for the "lords I
ojjt \ft rather quiet at present, but It is to Wfcn the became Mlle,abe chine to t a aria. ITEMS. $1 0.00
to hold us
of creation to pick us pieces,
Wken $3.50
hoped that there will be some ijbod ahe had CliiUrra abe gave them Caatoria.
Yet sit up to ridicule and ascribe wrong motives Correspondence Times-Herald. We give you the choice of 250 .
month be soon. After the long rest that ,
carriage have had the boys ought to be able to all our actions. Tnere are FKCITLAND, September 19. elegant tailor-made suite marked 350 of the finest custom-mad _'
some of them who will do it fast enough.Let The weather continues showery,
a good prne.OWIand -.-- down. from $16 $10 and $20 for $G.50and $7 Pants reduced to Ii.
th us stick up for each other. Once IDa which I is very beneficial to vegetation, ,
The schooner Lizzie V. Hall whichwas
liberal oonul j Orange Seltzer cores Bilious while a woman makes a mistake, as but causes the grass to grow vigorously. 1 12.50 .
here last week with of rail- $ $4.00aiflNNINQR'c
a cargo:
cation 0 and 25 cents at Peek's
that Drug Eve did when she ate that apple, but Miss Emma Redfern, a charming I
-ed1lO&tk road iron for the Charlotte Harbor diV-
don't let us be the first to throw stones. young lady of Augusta, Ga., who has
a i: lion of the Florida Southern railroad,
.: t8bwiper's Due Dan Club of this I I feel quite sure if "John" had provided been visiting relatives here, returnedto
her
you w ty, went over to Daytona Friday and after having discharged cargo was plenty of bread and butter and her home last Monday, to the regret :
towed to Hodges & Godfrey's mill, at
refl of layed a game with the team of that frocks and shoes for the little ones and ot her numerous friends. She was accompanied

place. The score was 12 to 11n favorof Satsuma, and loaded with lumber. had showed himself properly appreciative by her cousin, Miss Esteile.

the Swipers. The boys returned Are To. Troubled With of his wife's efforts to make a McKenzie, who goes to Augusta to
If
Headache
Constipation or Sick so,
home Saturday evening and report a why not try Beggs' L'ttle Giant Pills? little go a long way, she would never attend school. We wish .hem a pleasant ItiSCHEDULE :

pleasant time and peak highly of thetreatm'Jnt It only takes one pill a days forty pillsin have given up his home duties. AndIf trip and a safe .return to our

they received. a bottle. One bottle will cure you, lie had stood up in the door and "sunny land."

The local astronomers and only costs 2oc. Sold and war to'me like Effie Allen left for Norwalk
were op until ranted by II. E. Stewart,Palatka. made such a speech "I'd too Miss .
a late hour Friday night watching for know what's coming next." I would !last Monday, where she will assume

an eclipse of the moon, which was Judge W. R. Davia returned Friday haTe shown him in short order what her duties as teacher of the public t

scheduled: to appear. It was only a evening from Tampa, where he occupied was "coming next," for I'd have shied school in that thriving little village.. .

partial ecJpse and was seen to the best the bench at the last term of the the soap-dish at his head, and I'm a A delightful social was given ou last : : : 4

advantage at about 11:4; p. m. Criminal Court for Hillsboro county. pretty good "chunk" too. Thursday evening, Sept. 18th, at the -OF THE- 1 f _! 1i, '

Everybody praises the Orange bloom. The Judge disposed of over one hun- Give us a look at the other side of beautiful home of Mr. L. K. Tucker,

Best board in the city for the money. dred cases in three days. he picture. How many women smother who sonville.In honor of Various Mr.J. D.games Ohern, or were Jack-indulged Beach & Miller Line !1// ) : '
life
The new two-story building which is Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a would prefer a quiet home in, and all participating enjoyed

being erected on Lemon street by Mr. perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and Blood their objections to publicity and go to themselves immensely. Delicious refreshments i

u. M. Davis, is fast nearing comple- purifier. Removes biliousness! without work because "John" hasn't enough were served, after whichwe Steamei' .ESCENT:

: on, u being in the hands of the pain. purging. As pleasant! as Lemon Syrup. "git up and git" to make a decent livIng were favored with some splendid
IL is as large as any Dollar Tonic and .
music. The merry crowd having passedan WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:
"rr When finished it will be occupied retails for SO cents. To the GEXt"Th"E or keep out of debt! A great mauy
get
evening of rare enjoyment dispersed Franc JACKSONVILLE AT 8:3C A. at. FROM >CRESCEXT Crnr AT 7:00 A.\M
*>* Mrs. Arm&ted, who wfll carry a dne ask for GROVE'S.; Sold on Its men hold the respect and good opinionof at a late hour for their re pec.

fork of mUHnerr. merits. No care no pay. jy3 their fellows only because they are Live homes, tired bat happy. Sundays, Tuesdays, ; Monday, Saturday!

blessed with wives who have the will All the schools; in this community
English 81taTin Liniment removes The steamship City of St. Augustine, them started this week, with a full list of I
and to "manage" properly
1 a- bard soft or calloused lumps and whjch was delayed a month between energy scholars. Miss PJlitt of Salisbury, Thursdays. Wednesdays;

fc.cmuhes: from horse, Blood Spavins, New YorE and this city, having put and a great many others are so )Id., has charge of Lake Marjarei;
rifling or obstinate, or both, that they Mis Allen of Fnnl'and anti PUP1'S
Mary '1
C. ofa Steamer I
Curbs. Splints Sweeney, Ring Bone, into Wilmington, N. on account
of Jacksonville
their Williams
will not be managed for own Miss Bessie ,
St.nes i, Sprains all Swollen Throats, break in her machinery, arrived here good. So, then, what can the wile do? bas charge of the Allen School. leaves Palatka daily (except Sundays) at 3 p. BwfoiJBgajfc,,,
II oughs, etc. lave:; $b0 by use of one Thursday<< evening. She finished discharging sit down with idle hands and Mr. Thomas Ralph, Jr., of Palalka, Way Landings. Returning leaves Drayton Island -eve ornin firm
Is she to
I bottle Warranted the most wonder- her cargo Friday night and made us a brief visit this week. Sunday) for Ialatka and Way Landings. except
ttu Blemish Cure ever known. SoW sailed for Jacksonville Saturday morning see her children grow up in want and Quite a large crowd gathered at this J. F. RI1OADS, Agent, JacksonvUle. fl..2 '

!jllany Eo Stewart druggist, Palatka, where she will load with lumber for misery, to be pointed out as the children }- place Wednesday expecting the "candidates" BEACH & MILLER,Agents,Crt'sctnt; I

of a drunken vagabond,who never to come and address them _
.
New York parties. i but for some cause only two of the r
The colcred Methodists of this city pays his debts, and, cannot be dependedon F. P. ?
turned
A tread CpBau4 Shot speakers up. MANHOOD RESTOBfe .
aTe been holding series of meetings foolishness. for anything? Or U she to use the f muss.d toe.,...I ac.U a.m-r .tee...
And no Beggs. Cherry Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Fow.r.iir.doe .w.a.f.lm.s.Lm aaral %
the herself
ring and she knows
week
past ,a colored woman will cure where all others acuity ability
\ nducting the Cough Syrup herself w...-.Fair rUkt Medal aa4 Diplosaa f r n in.y.I ?* '"S f a,,
raise
services. The church fall. Sold and warranted by II. E. to possess, and by so doing slut..atcaI..dt.i.ermttr.C"2t .r ow

I k1 packed to Overflowing every Stewart, druggist, Falatka. and her children out of poverty and Second-hand Caligraph for sale' in awrlttsst" e aee44I. r .:

\ t ht, an iL is hoped much good will Dr. Price* Cream Baking Powder i iWrtrs degredation into independence and potion goad order. New JESSE machines E. BCBTZ.on easy ? res. A *t.e a."tale-0-b y IaN

\ the OOlpme. Pair HI****! Award. where they can both respect terms. rw sal*la Ot r.5cw.iorWWS y.+





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HH4TS ON TtePAIRINQ.i rtfrl ICS'' LECTION NOTICE OF SALE.

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InPoor'. 1TIIJBE-U. THE LXGKLATCRE: OF 1893.I J FOUl1hJudidal
Good.The new 'I f under the ConstitaUon of the Stale of WullamJvHardy.tai, Cirewt of Florida,
f Florida,did pane three Joint Resolution j' I !nand fM lunl
_ fr' to keep the old one welt tR nosing amendment* to the Constitution of the INlicent: .I. Ta 1aterre etal.j I County -,.Cb&a.Ae'I'J. ,., .
said housekeeper State of Florica, and the same were agreed to b1 Ie
ed
a a.
thrifty a vote of three-fifth of all the ass.bees
OF A DKCBCK OF mE
TX PURSUANCE
3ored me a shelf where ate kept elected to each house; that the vote oa A. Judge of the Court above named rendered

at she called "patebes"jwere aid Joint Resolution wen entered upon ia the above eailtled cause OD the nh day of

little can of different their and nays respective thereon, aad journal they*,did determine ::: August A. D. 18M, the undersigned win offer
for sale auction, for cash, oa MON.
public
faI Is ft paint and enamel differcntthd direct that the said Joint Resolutions be .ub. by
): DAY THE F1KST DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D
ral
the electors of the State at the rent
misted to
point bruOte a box of liquid gilt. election to be held ia each county In Florida.Tnenday .OD 1M,during the legal hours of sale ia front of :
8IJIDe gpod glue and remnants all the Health next succeeding the first Mooday iD the door of the Uourt Houne Jacksonville of said, ia floral said
October, 14. the said Tuesday being the second County, t.UllI.rDfla WALTER THOMAS
iU'ereit wall papers. of the said October. county, ', situate in the
day
,State of Florida, to-wit:
Putnam
The )Itchen hearth was never aIvrad The said Joint Resolution read a* foUovix. ., County

: f> get .shabby but once a mouth means so much more than ARTICLE IV. w'or.e' .. Sec.5 Tp.9> R 5lOfneli ,
vm treated to a coat of dull Tompeila w }:::::.:::::::::::::: :::':: 8 9* 2 :

.. you imagine-serious and Section*of Article IT!.shall be amended 10 .1 of lie1,'.,..............,..........17 a* lie
ftd p&lnt.11 a*to read aa follow: e of swVi.. .... .".......,,......28 lie 3Swy4 .
\\ the gas fixtures grew dlart] fatal diseases result from Section' In all criminal cae*prosecuted la of 5w/i.-,. _. .... ......SI 8* fie
the name of the State, when the defendant II ,t raw} ofteaoftw} 3 lie WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
table from being tarnished with age trifling ailments neglected] Insolvent or discharged,the legal cost aDd ax- s'of ne'/4."jo 884 lien

4 nd nettled with flies they were given pauses, including the fees of officers, shall be ?of se ;.......................:.16 :: J 7e
coat:of c *nmon white paint and then Don't play with Nature'sgreatest paid by the counties where the crime U com e'4 of nw}....... A .8s vie
m snitted. under such regulation a* shall be pn- swV4ofaw... S as 2aH
gift-health. scribed by law; and all fine and forfeitu: of aei/4 and sw/..._.. 8a 2nwviof .
Ilctore frames whose enamel had collected under the penal law of the State Iliall sw'/t. 5 8e roe
IfyoaarcfeeUar be paid Into the County Treasuries of the i reo eViofne',4 .. S lie lie
yellowed reeelred a new coat. The ,weak fund to tie -
oil of sorts pective counties a general county
Said lands will 1* offered for sale In a body
fildiaff was retouched and the result] ( sad generally ex- applied to such legal cost and expense except aa f>any parcel or parcel which ..ay I be GROCER.ORANGE

wu a new frame. Old wooden frame Browns have bsiMcd.no*ppetitt>ervo i, ARTICLE V. specified at each sale by any proponed pochaaer .
,aad such specified parcel or parcel will .
enameled and picked out' with sad cant work, .
were Section 1 of Article VI, of the Constitution! I. be offered separately.
gilt or stained mahogany and tsradshed. begin at IHltet.kI hereby amended so as to re'.d u follow: Augnes fUb.lM.
"'l'tMareUa.blcltrcu&1ltnlw JCvery male of t of twenty-o D. T. GEROW .
.
= Iron I years and ,r'D: that haT at the time of W, M. BmTWICK:,
The handsome Chinese umbrella rac rnediriae.wkkk UBrown' registration, tie.dtben of the United Stab. T. W. COMLAU,
was broken, but not on that account A* few Iron bottles Bit-. _that.shall lu>e resided and had his habit au:4-4w Commissioners.
ten. tloa, domicile, home and place of perm,ne
JCH'de4.y.. a writer In the flew care-beaeat abode ia Florida for one year,and ia the eoun :

j Torlc Recorder. It was mended with Bitters come first iron doM-tf bt for six suontha, shall la such county be deemed SPECIAL itAsmra BALE.TTKDER .
very
all elections under this
t cement with the greatest care and f.hwglj .7 stars ffnritftk a ConstitaUon.qualified elector Naturalized at citizen of the

lines hidden with a brush dipped and take.IA's United State at the tune of and before regl AND BY VIRTUE OF A DEGREEof WRAPSORANGE
pleasant to Station shall produce to the registration othcer U Foreclosure and Sale rendered in the ..
and the xQj
in liquid gilt passed along -
his certificate of naturalization or a duly cen Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the
sa crackst really enriching the quaint It Cures fled copy thereof. State of Florida,for the County of Putnam, b1
dental pattern. V. the Hoa. W. A. Hooker, Judge of laid Court,
dated the Sid day of August IsiX in a certain
Section 7 of Article VI,of the Constitution II
}(any a costly raw might be mended Dyspepsia Kidney and Uver hereby repealed. cause pending in laid Court, wherein Charlotte A.ND

\j this process, and so long as it. wacdy Troubles ARTICLE: VI. Toller and William W. Toiler are complainant.
Neuralgia Borland
and Maricaretta B. and Samuel C. Bar.
used as brlo-a-brac no one would land are defendant, I will sell at public auction
Constipation, Bad Blood Section?. of Ankle XII of tile('oftllltitntion
le the wiser. A good cement for U hereby amended so a* to read a*follows: for cash, tothehleheat and best bidder at the
tooken china be made by beating Malaria, Nervous ailments Section T. Provision shall be mad* by law for front door of the Court IIOUM in Falatka laid
may the apportionment and distribution of the In- County of Putnam,on the
the white of an egg to a paste with) Women's complaints. te;est OD the State School Fund and all other FIRST MONDAY W BOX MA-
Roar or half an ounce of gum arable CdOG1tthe re*."*-h ha creased red means provided Including tbo special tax for OCTOBER,18M.being
,. All others are s.bstitBtes. the support and maintenance of public free the 1st day of said month during the
lacy be dissolved In a gill of boiling Os receipt of two*c. stamps we schools among the several counties of the State legal bonn of sale on that day, all that piece or .
water and thickened with plaster of will send set of Tee BeautU.l WsvM'a In proportion to the average attendance upon parcel of land situate la Putnam County, Floi r.
Fair Views and book-tree. schools the said counties respectively. Ida to-wit: The south half of the northwest .
BROWN CHEMICAL co. BALTIMORE. MO. quarter of the southeast quarter of Section Two /
The piano movers had broken and Now, therefore notice of such determination ,2)in Township Ten(10), South of Range 1'1r..aty- TERIAL.
torn an ugly gash In the hall wallpaper I.I hereby given with the following instruction: fix(26), East,containing twenty acres more or
Any elector daolring to vote at such election I 10 lest.! CLMER E HASHELL,
but a single breadth carefully; favor of the said amendments, shall hare wrl. HENRY 8TRUNZ. Special Master.Cumplainant .
jot on made it as rood as new., Orlando last tea or printed oa the same ballot on which the *'Solicitor.
A Thursday
nartyln
name of the person rsous voted for for
Loosened chair or arms were said
rungs
tired one of Coffee & Go's most val. any office or office at election are writtenor
always quickly glued in place. A tinyhie ; printed and on the vance side thereof u such Notice for Pnbllcailou.Lxjro -- -

in the wire screen door was never uable horse to drive to Winter Park. name are written or printed, the word MF or i
the Amendments;" and any elector desiring I to Omcx AT OAunuviLte,Fu.i. ..I
flowed to grow larger until first that When the outskirts of Orlando was vote against the said amendments shall haTe *, &(. August 25, 18 t. j J'

and afterward the dog had a tree cached on the return the horse fell thereof written above or printed oa such the ballot words oa the side IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIlE 11"o T

,..into the hall or kitchen. It wafromptly the Amendment prescribed" "Agalni NOTICE named settler hat filed notice oils
from exhaustion. Later on it was
intention to make final proof In of
mended with fine wire, and The vote cast on this question shall be can support
his i claim, and that laid proof will be made before WALTER THOMAS
taken to the city, where it died, bavin raseed.and declaration sod return thereof shall
the screen doors were painted every :M made by the inspector and by the County Joseph Price! Clerk Circuit Court, at!Patta -
year before they were put up which been overheated to such an extent Canvassing board, and by the State OsnvawJn ,Fbu,on OCTOUfiK WTH, 1&4, via,,Francis
).1. )Markte.of Interiachen, Kla. Hd. 18J77jfoiVJof ,
Board lathe same manner and at the same time ,
make both wire and frame last. twice
that it could not recover. u votes cast for persons for office at said elec swVi, sw/4of set:;;.8ec. 20, and neft of
R
as long. ion required by law to be canvassed,declare Ow'.Sec.8,T,9,S. .

\Ve hare all heard the old doggerel: Inflamed itching, burning, crusty and returned.The his He oontianosai name taw residence following witnesses and eultln.tloaoflI&Id to prove '
attention of the fheriff Is called to thaw 'Upon
I r:; out of a nail the shoe wa lost: and scaly skin and scalp of infants requiring them to cause notice of the said : Alvah Young,of Interlachen.p Wholesale Grocer and'Commission Merchant
For want of.shoe the burse wa lost; soothed and cured by Johnson's Drier election to be in a newspaper printed LoItt. of Intertacnen. Fla., W. t.

For want of s horse the rider waa lost.It wI Soap. For sale by Ackerman &! In the county,published*a paper in the county; Johnson -cIta, Kla.J.S.)I.E.BARCO Tiumon, of *..

doesn't pay to.run a house on this Stewart druggists. 'if there be no paper published in the county Grrandlo : Regitter.Election..
hey shall cause at least five copies of this notice

flan. _____ ______ to be posted in the most public places ia the Cor. Lemon and Water Streets,
The cotton rowers of AJachaa county ounty.
HOME ARITHMETIC. Note
report considerable damage done to< ID testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my of .
.
hand, and have hereunto affixed thIreat .
This Article Tell Hew t* M....r. a IU on
the cotton crop this season by the continued (1..18.) ( Seal ot Florida at Tallahassee, .. PALATKA, FLORIDA.
for Ran Pap.r. the capital this 25th day of June,A.
To determine the number of rolls of: tains. The cotton crop will I. D.. 18:6. ToAUAJ D SIXGIIAX THE SHEBIFFS or you
JOHN L. CRAWFORD SIVZ SL COCSTIIS or THE STATE or
paper to cover the walls of a room about half of what was expected.The Secretary of State.! FLORIDA
:
mature the circumference, from which To JOHN W. HAGAX Sheriff. Putnam Count;.

deduct the width of doors and window) -CrwwalBg Be..tT.f Woman Julyetd KNOW ye that y of I,the JOIIX State L of CPAWFOBD-Florida, iM ,

and divide the remainder by three. Is a luxuriant growth Hair. Beggt hereby give notice t.hat.GEXEUL a
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Example. Let as suppose a room lair Renewer is guaranteed to give ELECTION:

17x16 feet, which has two doors and satisfaction, as It is"purely vegetable LAXD Omcx AT GAUUVIU.X Fu. } Will be held in Putnam County, State of Florida

two: windows, which average four feet rep&tation, and acts directly on the September 1,1854. oa TUESDAY next succeeding the first Monday

vide.B roofs of the hair. Sold and warranted NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE In sag November,A.D. 1854, the aid Tuesday be l .

plush and l. pin 1S-M clreumfereno by H. B. Stewart, Falatka. following named settler ha filed notice of; theSIXTH
414-18,doors and window It; teeta'rm. make final proof la DAY OF NOVEMBER: 18M.
MlH.ry port of and that said proof will I For one RErBEEirraTivE: of the First ConreMional -
I'11I Furnished rooms for rent. Apply to be made before Clerk Circuit Court at Palatkala District of Florida in U* 0.\
OCTOBER S3TH, Itm. vis William J. Flftye .
> ,on :
Ireland Reid's the United State
1)40 Mrs. II. J. garden, tiller of Bannervlle Fla Hd. 18748. for theSif fourth CongeM of .
For Ueraeni JTTATITE of ithe bcoond Coureaslonal
Palatka. mylStf i\-EV4: ,tad N% ef BE'/.s.c. 32, T,8, 8.R.MHe one District of Florida in the Fifty*
14 roUa."Ibia .
rule U Intended for a room of SUMMER EXCURSIONand name the following witnesses to prove fourth The attention Congress of of the the United Sheriffs State is called to thI'law JOSEPH R. DUNN
his I continuous reeidence and cultivation
upon them notice of the said My Bakery
SINGLETJCKET5 requiring to cause a
leas than 10 or more than 11 feet inlit. of,raid land, vii: J ho T. Mlnton of lianner- election to be published In a printed { ,
stile Fla. C. A. of Kannfrville, fie newspaper
For a room under 10 feet high Brawn in the if there be a in the county
Hlahan. i county paper ; Is second to
Via the Popular Georgia Soutntrn and W. of BantervilleFL.; H.1Jrle. nose
If there be in the ,
no published county
of 6-Inches will paper
ivtng a frieze we Fla
say Florida Railroad raney,of Bannervllle they shall cause at least fire copie ot this notice
aa before with"the measure' Now on sale from Jacksonville, Pa. seT-_w J. M. BARCO Register. to i be posted in the most public: place In the r in the State.

it of the room deducting the width laths and all principal points in Florida. maty.la testimony whereof I hire my 'Our G.

doors and windows. Hut In this Parties' from points on J., T. & K. W.,, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. hand.and affixed the Great Seal ufton': -
multiply the. remainder by 2 ande at Tallahassee, the(Capital this Kth day of "
South Florida, J., St. A. & I. R., and
LAID Orncx AT OAISUVILLK.FLA, I August. A. D. 1M. Out of town orders
Ui for this that wai
by ; reason Florida Southern railroads, south of August 18, iim. J (t*) JOHN L CRAWFORD
i cat five lengths out of a double roll Palatka will find it to their interest to Secretary of State.
,OnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE for Bread Cake
To J. W. UAGAX, Sheriff [angSll or
Ich placed side by side on the wallr purchase tickets via Palatka and the i> following named settler ha filed notice of --- I

a apace 7 feet 6 inches from the Georgia Southern and Florida railroads iil* Intention to make final proof In support filled in
,, of hi claim,and that said proof will be made promptly
ling, and instead of multiplying by 7 as they make direct connections from'nion before J. Price,Clerk Circuit Court at faUtka W. L. DOUGLAS Flour '

It 0 inches we multiply both by 2. Depot. ai Palatka with the above Fla..on kL 10. 1894. viz: Phoenix Block, any quantity.

)ram pie.-Take a room 14x14 with road. Double daily service from Pa. FRANCIS R. HASKI\SofInterlachenFl<.. $3 SHOE I THKSCST.NOBOUCARINa. I "' '

doors and windowsCfre'umferente : latka as follows: omestead 19239 for the N%of S W >i Sec 28 -

of room....... .::...M Trains leave Palatka at 5:25 a. n.. a id E%of S E Sec ::T 9.B R tt, E. -- *5. CORDOVAN, 'i, <
He name the following witnegne*to prove his RENCH4 ENAMO1)CALT
I Leas for doors ant wtn 1ows..14 Lemon Street. WRITE FOR PRICES.
aDd 5:35 p. m. for all points. Sleeping ntinnon* residence upon and cultivation of, $4..5.SJI ruECAlf&I<>>;Gpppdi !
> N iron night train Palatka to* Macon;; !'aId lanel. ril: Spencer Baker, of Interlachen.la .
S I Robert Ray of laterUchen. Kla, John 3.4 POllCE,3 SOLD.
also PUU.VAN BUFFET SLEEPING CAR iornton, of Interlachea, Fla, David WattA, of s"2,
WCRKJNGM
I 13)58 JACKSONVILLE TO NASHVILLE. iterlachen, Fla. J.BARCO.. *,.- EXTRA FINE. Q" -Do You Like' If You Do,
Register.
THROCOU SLEETING CAR TicKEra
I' y $2.*L7.l': Bm'SaIotlSHn'LAIES.
til TO CHICAGO, Lo'CI8\1LLE.oU'D CINCINATI. -
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.TNDERAXD -
six double rolls twelve Train leaves Jacksonville (F. '!' L
pieces
or ..
I
Burse,If a dado is required its width C. A P. Depot), 6:30 p. m. BY VIRTUE OP A FIXAL hI' BE51DoNGOL\ Tea and Coffee ? Try My Goods.

1 determine how much will The above line Is via Lake City, Macon J Decree of Foreclosure" and sale, rendered N SEND FOR CATALOGUE)
t paper Atlanta Chattanooga and Xash- on August 1st, 18JH, by the Hon. W. A.Hooker tW'U'DOUCLAS
I to be df'duded.-carpet and Up- Judge of the Fifth Judicial Cud '' BROCKTON, MASS. I I[ KEEP( ONLY FINEST 'GRADES. You win PURE WHOLESOME
they
Trade Review.Aa vile, known as the "DIXIE FLYER. emit of Florida, in and for Putnam County L. TIlE say are
ery Passengers from Palatka for Atlanta of record in the office of the Clerk of t.belaid r.. eau save messy y rcbattacV.

Iud take Lake wart olllaf4l"oaDt1. l_ a chancery cause .wearetbelarceatr 1."h&reYlofadnrti ECONOMICAL AND WORTH THEV
Effective Dry Shampoo.ty beyond, Sleeper at City. therein pending,wherein Thomas H. Keating is Because shoes in the world. .- id guarantee \
luxurious For tickets sleeping car reserva- ,and Bam IieWeston et ala,Ire dendanu
women who have complainant the .al.e by stamping the na:'"<- ',nd price onthe .

s and who take cold easily are Lions and full particulars, write orcall 4nted therein, L a* Special to execute Matter the same U Chancery, will sell furcash bottom, which middleman's protects profit-you .".IlIt Our shoes high Canned Fruits ? PRICE. ,

to *d to forego washing them &s on W. H. LUCAS, to the highest and best bidder, In front prices custom and the work in style ca>; Cttinf and "

e) as they would like because of Qi. Florida Passenger Agent :of the Court House door in Palatka, PutnamNiaty equal earing q.aUtie We have them told every.
41Fo X 77 West Jacksonville Fla. I Florida on the here at lower price for the value given than Test Prices I
iltyof getting them dry quickly.1 A. Bay BO substitute. If your CHE naY CHOICEST IX THE ilia. My
G. A. MACDONALD G. P. A. FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER: A. D., 189i, ienosupply Sold by
men, a dry shampoo is the'a ext : you.we can.
the same being the rule day of 1&14lDOntb.durtngthe
Mag, and if carefully and thor Macon. Ga. legal hour of sale on that day all the follow ]I Err ARE SOLD BY (;S. And be convinced that 1 lire up to my ;

en; done it removes the accumu-- log piece or parcel of land lying and being inthe 3. STOCiES ,II'
Zat lust and dandruff well .....see County of Putnam and State of Florida,towit profeuionof"'ADlINGTOPLLUT.." ',
almost as
the of lotnam-
northeast
: Being portion
'; as hlng. The hair should be shaken her eight(8), in Mock number forty-thrte (4 n, McMEeKIS, FLA. Prints andVegetables

too: out the shoulders and the as shown on the map of the city of Palatka,
I ? over C. A. KN OWLTN Pomona, Fla
Cures Putnam county Florida, bounded on the north- ,
ben nipulated with the fingers till Always east by Dodge street, and one hundred and fifty
Mleign matter is well loosened and (CIO)feet thereon, and on the southeast ly Enslusts A. J. tEl OLDS YOU WILL BUY :
?
and seventy-five ((75 feet Hereon
fat red through the hair. which Olt i := by a line parallel to Emmettsorer jG- WELAKA FLA.I .

I then be parted in different Botanic Blood Balm and one hundred and City (1..0)feet cUllunt MORE or ME THAN ANY OTHER
t .._ therefrom, which laid northwest line i.JeTellt1tl" *
all the and the
p { over head parts
j (is)feet long! ,on the southwest by
tleoln 1 with 4stiff. little brush after The Gfat Resieiv f or the speedy aa J permanent a line parallel to Dodge street and seventyfivei I Arrs5am4ple:4 W1-; ALWAYS HAVE THEM. HOUSE.
I hrhlc __n- entire head and hair should cure of Scrofula. Rbeewuusw. Catarrh. Ulcers. ((3)i feet distant therefrom, and wbW-h saidlong. liFE SEEDS
bcaema.: & .. Sores E uthwm i (U0> fert
toe very thoroughly brash t."lt in ,seotious and aH 5klN AND BLOOD DISEASESTMaJ* Being theo :':hundredconvey bv E. G. oo.tn.Won best
.' till the dandruff is bra'thed out as mach ton the prescrtrtion of aa eminent physician Rafferty and wife by deed dated 4th day of Feb- prors.oes receipt and ef ton doctor cvata in n.Europe a4m1tced and America by the thatnoUtag

** Jbk1 rtM cseJ H with marvelous success few""ears. ruary.18s1, to Elam lie WeOton. ever discovered eqaala U for renewing Lb.vitality .
l('a' when soae'jfoi \ hair toal
J
PTRrXZ. _
and Its continued use for fifteen years by thoawnds HENRY rHttorlncthe appetite,remorlixg impurities STAPLES. STANDARDS.
>r scalp cleanber may lie rublx-J on and of grateful people hu demonstrated that Special Master. la*bel aDd mrnlaUnc the We. Sample packaca
)he snarls engendered by the whole It ts by far UM best twitiinz up Tank and Blood C_E HASKEl.i.: .CompuUnant' Solicitor. 1II1U sent at tab low prlcv la order" Introduce
Punter ever oflrred to the world. It makes new It&o the public. AduLIFE8EEDCo..Tri1l1uteDldl'-
Process gently combed t>ut. n..d f e rick flood, and possesses almost miraculous %,>'e w York. :

ends of the hair clippel. This should hr+hrgpvet'einesg
B. L. Lilienthal GUM-ELASTIC LADIES DO tOU cow

Always Uj done om" a youth to prv ir-wan-n FOR BOOK. OF WONDERFUL i

aunt th6 growth of the hajrl' CURES teat free oa application.If Orange Grove for Sale OR. FEUX LE BRUN'S


not kept hv your local 41'11rtist. send'1.00 FURNITURE, STEEL ADD PENNYiiOYHl PIllS

I Pr. data large tattle or J -oo for six bottles and ROOFING.l tae the original and only FRENCH eafa and...

Mdkme wjll be sent freight fall by La.D1ps: TEN ACRES LAND, four IICfH liable tare on the markeC Price SLOW sent by

itii uitb written Trees. Trees loaded with matt Genuine sold only by
.
1 r CROCKERY
<) tart of Paktta ACKIRMAX ft STEW AJ't.DrarI ,
leKat.t.e .. . fruit fire miles west atPeniel i
44 MerO prPstra .. .1. . . .. ; feet. Makes
C *iJM 110 ar
.. : Church. I'rfceNfO.) ons only per and Sole A- PaUtka: F4aN.yS
tiers Fits alu : : : U
For sale at THE PUTNAM rlIAIt- g.-od roof for years, std an v nt>- ; t It G
r ,)lrat.eh.r.dJir arpets and Matting. For information, write or call onrec. <, FAINT ta only M cent i

feK++.tti..andwssr F.c.emsbyes YAf"T, corner Second and Lemon J. W. TIIOMAS, T W. STBA.GE. per p1Je. In barrel iota, "r Mtut "B-pall.-n na aT1Ila In. 'ftoIe....,
4I' rfeiTowofOpicTi.Vjli net!.. Color dark ml M ill Mop leak m xui >>r 1C ...... ........ tb __.,
,n and Alec Streetll. Gov F. PEn: ,p2()- or the undersigned.D. lr.a\ roof,and will l last fur \van>. TET i 11Send i Li> Laos tr.OMO.ae.tra.,o.
V B. \\VILLL stamp for samples and lull i>ani ular-, .- ...- .. --- .. ... -
r lJMeataltepre
6fV*, sonenlpg- Undertaking Department in charge : ;: ::;:-.':
p FREE TRIAL. ( Wlll !ton, Fla. "' '
fCltf: tad Death: ap2Oin
a .ty GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO. -
& '* a ettberee of B. S. Mooxrr. my26-tf. : .
? Bj
G0.
,
,tu I G ASA PREVENTIVE
< JAlJi
In% '
$J*\ BraJn awl ,, rEAK: MKS Cal UUtbl 3A and 4lVe tiHr; -dw.y. JiEUTORE ex, car Ns.rns It It.-we__
rrro.yflTers nam- ..,--, -.._ ,
;
t. SS BBraspsw lv vtgur. Yariert]I.,. ne. Terrine nil will TeOow.Dried r9 .Wrinkled mid T-S Agents Ranted i .uua.Y.r -"
effect thousands ofe.aea ENGINES l : esO4.. ,,.
a speedy core. use sop.
Bllb
face looks? Iaotry
u of the very'"or" and of tour stand. Is this the way your GINNING.osteeonoM URZ : ""
rs's+ w .rrp* ** yir* tug have brew restored to perfect health. 13soOteetipeo.lale ; Begg's Blood! Purifier and BloodD1aker. andbeet ... '1'0 P.&oIL .& a.txdlN .. C ii-.r-..
bt leal and datable. Cheapett aa..lt....I a 0Nrt. .qfatamga..t IarP
)( t
manta. tromin over the world. Prioaper It not only ptrifiea the blood, ] la the market for' e>>k. Variable FrictionFeed !ibLURMwua ;: For Bale by ACKZBXAK & STEWART,
,, our sr package fl.t1O. au lot t3 W. Trial package sent .
jurelv MaW for U rents pontan. but renews it, and gives JOur face a saw Mills aDd Standard. AB.FARUUI1ARLtA n.8Iementr.eD- ,.-- rftofAtlooses..... Druggists and Sole Agents, FalatkaFU.
d CataOI.1M-
KenVedlal erall7- 8e 01' """IL&P 1H
Addressc.i.h5Gpeld.X.CorTlVftbftsa.: ATC.Agency.y. and St. bright, youthful appearance., Sold and Penasyivaaia AtTtenHaral Works, :! 134IIi
1; ap
Mention, tblth paper. Chicago: HI warranted by II. E. Stewart, Palatka.t .T.... ........



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THE TIMES-HERALD, SEPTEM 1894.JOII. .


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.' Times-Herald..ISON 50TES.CorrespoBdencB Correspondence TlmeajHerald.POMOXA r0110-!.&.. .R.l1DFIELD'S RE $ The St.Baptist Johns Association.River Baptist Association I "ttt4tt" "t ,11" ""14, "ttttl" "tttr ,,g


17. will be held with the Deulab

r JOHNSoN Auzun 20. Rev. M. C. Welch, September la expected to Baptist Church, commencing on Fri- n n Pimples. Blotches

The treat railway strike 'is and has of next month.A day before the third Sundav In October. r P
arrive the first r r

I been for some time presumably over. surprise party was held at the QJFiES Il. ) f All-visitors will find a hearty welcome r 1 t I r i and Old Sores :::

No one supposed H to be dead and home of Mr. Bagley on the evening of DISEASES '- g among us. Perzons coming by river ::: PRICKLY ASH POKE ROOT ---

buned but simply laid up for repairs. of his wife's birthday..Quite will leave Palatka on steamer at 3:30 ,
the 10th jn honor ITi.J Catarrh Malaria
In other words, has gone into camp to a number of guests were I R E U1" PECULIAR II o'clock p.m., and stop at Fruitland, on '': AND POTASSIUM i :3

wait for a favorable opportunity to present, all having a very enjoyable l TO WOMEN the St. Johns river, where teams will ::E Makes and KidneyTroubles ---

again-burst forth in Its glory. At least time. be on Thursday and Friday nights, to .
Have used and recommended U my ire 4J. 6 .
t.hills the supposition of some and The Pomona School will begin the All derived great benefit from Its use., take: visitors to their different stopping -r Marvelous Cures AT* *.U"17.'Y".7r.r.p. :::

while we are never surprised at the occurrence 24th of this month. A. W. IL xi.,.MATILDA LAXSOS,Peoria m. places. Those coming by rail will Prickly A."Poke Boo and Potas- [

of such an enormous piece of Best remedy bare ever used for Irregular have to make special arrangementswith alum,.tae crsateet blood portflsr ca *" farttL.

folly when it happens in a place where Have Tea Tried **eggs'German Salve menstruation.NO"'f'mber.l8M. MAS. O.Selma Jrrr,Cot. clerk, where they will be met at r: In Blood Poison I A..nnw.O..1Q1771.189L :::

For ? If not not? Can you Huntingtoo on the J. T. & K. W. Masses LirniA BXWv v aa h.Oa. -4I
Piles why ,
the population is largely of a foreign I bare suffered a treat deal from Female .: O>4a tKl bought abotUeot
for the sake of and think I cared by Railway.By eUmatismj r s.Ark..= --
element, we are ready and willing to afford to suffer longer Troubles, am completely g: itb.adopem.Huoapris tk a
-
order of Church.
of the Bradfleld's Female Regulator. .cb**troaonest at the Hot Springs.d -
admit of our surprise when a numberof of 25 cents. This is the price Sold and Mas. EMMA r. 8woaD,Mansfield,0. ,R. J. WILLIAMS, \ ... tbr .bonios O. O. O.Aberdeea ___
market.
this, our own\.state, and even this greatest salve on the Falatka.O. Book"To Woman" mailed freeCRAOPIELD Clerk Beulah Baptist Church, grand Scrofula JI kT.WTOy.--III
E. Stewart
warranted by II. Fruitland Fla. : .1 ,Brows County. O.Capt __
sunk in the ,
become'so deeply OUL4rO/f CO..
county, Tor sal by all Druggists. ArtAjrrA G A. P. P. P. OBrtass.the Mood.bnfld np\ .I ..".D.J.k eta.. r
slums of anarchism 2s to indulge in W. Wilson, the newly appointed Those thin*pale, weak, nervous people the wax sad debilitated, .Irln.1". .ff..*- u srtt. cww r I ......
weakened
that long since exploded piece of folly Collector of Internal Revenue for this Pensacola is to have a new electric continually losing .esh.steadily but --. dlaeaees.il atrenffth to tbe patient serves health anH bytestlfylof P. P.JP.tor 0 tII.eruption wo.derttl of the pI'OpertlM skin, I ___

strike. Such we are State received his commission last which surely going into decline and consumption .-. lap Fseaand e.IcbeaprevallegloomL .nfferedloe several years withsaaa- "__
known as a sorry light plant, will be ready for should not delay'aking Johnson'sAromatic to ..al&"d'7'o4 dmsa-reeabl eruption oa ...,.

to say has recently been the case at the Friday, and will take charge 'of the business in a tulixty days. The Compound Cod Liver Oil, -_ '" .,.. )and tertlsry..- IT my.; t.Darown1 tried,iTiitli every P. P."P. wasye --..

kaolin mines situated at Edgar and, as office at once. His bond, which was new organization has awakened the the great strength and flesh prod uC'.er. dttt-- a'aripMgswIor bmalsrla m.lartat polweeeondr d.f'pepela.nd nl n.m.re .nd.mDOeremgrelCUred.("&a iby> J. IX J STOY. --
old company up, and they have ordereda ,. la all blood diseases, like JONr....&h, aa. -..
is usually the case, the strike has not forwarded to Washington some time new dynamo, and will furnish light Fcr sale by Ackerman & Stewart, drug u blotch, pimples:old chronic ulcers. t ,9 ..+ 1
,
erysipelas.eciems
_- Utter scald head boils. Skis Caaeer Cared.
ended very satisfactorily to the strikers, ago, its been accepted. for the city all night instead ot till gists. r we mar say.without tearof

the result being that the strikers have, midnight as heretofore. The two-year-old child of Maggie _r_ eon blood trsdletloB.that p.rtflr In the P.world.snd P.. P. Is thebest makes 2"uti.rr-WN..qf8fPl1tTu. ....... I
11,1893.
Malarial Weakness, General .Jaauaf7
produces Ithespadymdpetmaastcsres 8"1mftJaz. .
hurled themselvesout Cherry died at Green Cove Spring o -' 6annwh.-
their violence
by Debility, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, In aU a.e. O.: Orstbwes-1 :.-.orr: your P. ......
of employment, while the factory Indigestion and Constipation. Grove's Notice of Election. Thursday evening from the effects of whose systems .,.. poisoned P. P.fur a disease ef the skis usually years'; ..

with a full new crew of laborers is Tasteless Chill Tonic removes the came cruel treatment received at the handsof andwhs.Dloodlslaaslaps.COastmewsesskiscaaaroCtmrtl. due to menstrual IrrecnlariUes ..Btandtnr. / : It ......
rties all Irritation
troubles. it and purifies' blood sad removes
which these Try benefited by the wo -
produces sre peculiarly .
usual. its who from U>e aeatofth.dlre.w. +
much the step-father Henry Cherry
same as
moving along you will be delighted. 50 cents. To get TO TUB SHERIFF OK PUTXAM: COUNTY, 'defeudDlaodelaa.fnSplbD-erde.ot p. P. P.-Prickly .&all. Poke ,eel prevents any sorts Jus of toe ___ L
and disturbances to whipped it in most brutal f' sores. I have taken Ore or six bottles
While this like are the OEXCTHK ask for GROVE'S. Sold on OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: a manner Boot and Potassium. and eoLeonfldeat that soother course /
its merits So cure no with a strap which had a large buckleon 6 effect CareIt bar also relieved
and while and pay. 1893.will
be deplored they are Mo.. .
SNOW TE, THAT I. JOHX CRAWFORD, 8PDlJlermt.D ABIT. -from Indigestion and stomach -r
the of For title by Ackerman& Stewart. IV Kecretarv of State of the State of Florida, the end. There is no cause as o- -I call speak In the highest terms of me troubles. Yours tray,.. ___
should be regarded as height do hereby give notice that a signed for the deed. .' your medicine from ny own personal CAPT" W U. KURT --. 4
folly it should be remembered that no The superintendents of public Instruction f' disease knowledge., pleurisy I wss and affected rheumatism wiih heart tor _Attt.rney at Law. .-.
....
GENERAL ELECTION
treated by the very best .
evil can be considered as removed Un- in the different counties 351Mn.pil1.lclanaanolpeailuDdrodaool-w. will be held in Putnam State of B' nIelsis liII'Ift"! Iilfv --o
County Florid., Pianos I Pianos I lars tried every known,.medwfthWI IWI! l
til its causes have been eradicated. throughout the State have been very on Tuesday next nucceedinz the flnt Monday in out Badlng relief. I have only takea ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. ..
weeks October, A. D. 1H, the said Tuesday being the one bottle of your P. P. P.. arQ can
The man who thinks to destroy a weedIn busy the past few examining cheerfully yit has done..
it applicants for positions as teachers. SECOND DAY OF OCTOBER. THE JEWElFPIANOS. ___ rood than anything 1 have.. m.awne LIPPMAN BROS.Sprtojfleld s
his garden by simply decapitating recommend your medicine to all __
have about completed their la- For one Justice of the Supreme Court of the I eaa ...... PROPRIETORS, ?-
above
They tompuffsere 01 th
will soon realize that the old nuisance will be State of Florida. Manufactured by the Jewett Piano Company Mas. M. dI TEART. ... ... ....... I
bore and the schools soon lJo t.un. Eetablif bed 1860. 'Bl",
For a Senator for Twenty.sisth: Senatorial Oren Mo. IJppinaa
will so long as he the ** *. ,
spares District. *
reappear opened up. / )fRo 8. U. CIIILDS has the agency fot the
root of the mischief. We fear it will .For. two Members of the' .HOUIMI..or. Representatives. State of Florida for these instruments. They I i 1
It will astonish: you how quick John- the rank: with the finest Pianos made in this country
For three Members of untJ Board of
prove just so with the majority of our son's Magnetic Oil .will kill all pains, Public Instruction.For _-t instruments, and are sold ever lower before than offered such to high the standard public.

labor troubles. This being: the case internal and external; $1 size 60 cts; a lerk <>f the Crhn n of Re .ord. These tianosare full iron frame,with equal

the question naturally arises, what is ;Oc. sizo 25c. For sale by Ackerman For a a Tax county Aessor.iFof SurveyorFoe ; zed bridge repeating action,and are especially
noted for their prolonged singing quality,
great
strikes and & Stewart, druggists. a n x Collector, and of. tone and elastic touch, / .
the cause of the numerous For a County Treasurer___ ..tior depth combined with purity and adaptation to SOUTH FLORIDA DIVISION.
-'" great power
disturbances which are becoming detri- 'fii For Justice Df he Peace in a the fol. ...withstand climates. In these respects thay

County and City Directory. IowinKAlDftic are unrivalled, and are pronounced by competent -
and of "Two.Ko. .
mental to the peace prosperity Nn. Judges to be superior to all others.

this eatire country Is there; really a COUNTY OFFICERS No.. Five.o Four.. MR. CHILD HAS Savannah, Florida & Western, Railway.

just cause or can the source of the evil Judge Criminal Court of. :Record-Xobert > .. Eight.SevenXo. DilltrictallaYU ting been ontmarket IB the Piano reds tbe for years deeiraolelrstrumeat,and Is now put- Corrected to May 20, 1894. '

be alleged to the stream of convicts, W. D.vis. jij, Xw. Xiue. he has ever sold. Do not fail to canon him for
thatis County Solicitor-B.P.Ca'houn. No. Twelve.Na information if you wish to purchase a new llano.
nihilists and malcontents generally Clerk-J. N. Blackwell. Tnirteen. Orders let tat Cochrsne's Mammoth Book Store, READ DOWN READ IT
No. Fourteen. Stationery and Articles. Lemon Street, ,
constantly flowing into this country Judge County Court-1L I.Coxe. For a Constable and for the foO$wing.Justice Palatka,Fla, P.Fancy 0. B.210. deS-tf STATIONS. _

There can be little doubt of the latter County Ocmmiscioners: H. Cook, Chairman Xo.Districts One. ,vii: :''fo.1 No.32 Xo.I6 No. 23 i No ::,;; \ is600am .

which can be plainly seen from the im- ; 8.J. Kennedy.. T. W. Thompson O. F. Xo Two. W GroveFOR __ --- --1- ,

Yelverton. H. ) 1letC. The Board meets the No. Three.' Orange 1:10pm: 'OOam Ly..I"ortT&mpa......... .Ar pmllZpm 14Spm
possibility of tbe formei. That thereis ant Thursday In each month. No. r our.No. < ....... .. ...... .... .......... LY..T ayHotel.'r t. . ':. .. _1"-'
often a lust cause for discontent we Clerk Circuit Court-Joseph Price. Five. 30" 130am Ly........... .. D ': 941'81 1 1''DI.
No. Six. Flans n'
SALE. 710am 555pDm am LY........... Ciity..Lv II 05 JI iti I' par
will not deny,but when strikes degen- Sheriff Joha W.Ilagan. No t'eYen. 1b0s 610pmi loam Ly............. anow..Ar =: SSOpmt2epm,
No Xine.
1111'11I
County Collector-Frank H.Blanchard. 7 30 s m 0 20 7 Lv .. a .. ',1 2S a m84Ja
erate into acts of violence, when secur- Treasurer_B.L LilienthaL No. Ten.Xo. An'OKANGE GROVE of 2oO bearing 1550 p:I : :: Lv..Klsi.mee..Ar: : ::::: :::::: ::: 3aTpmlI4tpin I i41aaf

and County Eleven. (budded) trees; together with iS a 11 to pm'' t 15 am Ly.............Orlanda..Ar an p IDI' 13 pm I 4S smeISaml1S5pm1123am
ity to both public private propertyis County Anea80r-W.M.Williams. Xo. Thirteen. other fruit trees consisting! of Ly.... .... .Wlnwrl"arll.Ar: Slam
menaced and violated, wben for the Supervisor of Registration H. Merryday. Xo. attention Fourteen.The of the Sheriffs is called to the pear, let 20 a m, l lS a 11110 20 am Lv...........antord...........,.Ly 2 20 P 811 a 31) I'811 7:1t: a.a
Japanese 1
plum -
persimmons
notice of the said grapes pecan a 00 pm 130 "m' 3 00 pm AI'.JacklOn.m..L9 0 CIO.m 12150 pm IlII It.tOOI'm .
moment the sacredness of justice and BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. law Election requiring to be, them published to eane tn a a newsoaper print tin etc. ; fire and a quarter acres of T 00 a i1 3 20 pm Lv..Jacksonville..Ar s M>> .m,1t30pm, a 40 pm6Mpm

human life Is absolutely disregarded it Dr. E. S. Crlll Chairman John H. Green, the county if there be paper in the Conner; land; situated between Georgetown and : sOSamiS60pm, aIipm Ar..Wayeroes..A.Ar..Savannah.:::: ::: :: :::..::.LvtX4fam L, 'I SMsmle30sm, 7SSim ilipm700em1142am 31ipmf

Goo. W.Rile ThOl.W. Ralph Secretary. if then be no paper published In the this county, Fruitland, being convenient to the tit. 39"m 100 pm .... ...... Ar......., ..TbomaIYUIe. ..... ....LY ::10. .... .... 2: 31 p pd.Opm430pm313amA
is then that we say there may be a Superintendent Board of Public Instruction they shall cause at least five copies of notice Johns river. The improvements 12 [...._..._..Tharlestan........... Uapm6lrTam pmi; .. .._
reasonable cause for discontent but for to be posted in the most public places in the con- 43am 435pm......... Ar..............JI&con. ....... ....Ly 1043pm. ... JI"09 1a
Thos.W. county. sist of house of five shaded
new rooms, 7 : A T 30 m T >a .:
deeds of violence there can be no ex- Ralph.CITY OFFCERS. In teltimoDY'beftOt., and affixed the. I have Great hereunto Seal of Florida set myhand *>y lovely magnolia trees; fire places; : :: : roCC:::::::: Ar::::::::::...Atlanta..Lv:::::: : 730pm.p : : T30ai.

.... .... .... '
... .
11 00 ml. Ar..l'e la.L. Ta.am'
p "
cuses. It is then that the sheriff and Mayor-Martin Griffin,Jr. at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 25th day of good garden with wire fence; packing 122.'Spm 3 Mam,, .......... Ar.... ... .....Jloblle....._.......Lv ... d. n 4lt"aa100pm
called crush the City Clerk-R. H. Cooper. July.A.1WM.JOIIK L. house, barn, good pasture, etc. 73.1 am'' .......... Ar......... Ne..Or1fO.na..Ly .::.. .. .1, 71t1 a .
to CRAWFORD
militiamen are upon of State. There are eight cords of firitclasscompost 120pm f4.1aml..... .... Ar ... ..... .Chattanooga..Lv a-maw.:; .. 1115 tl7.1pm
Aseee..r-W.R.PeWltt.CoUector [L.S.] Secretary
... .... .
..
horde that is banded together and Sheriff. an3-id .4OalDl. Ar..Nashville..Lv T55am' 1ISp340am'
To Jour W. HAt.AX,
for
Dr.B. E. fertilizing near .
Morgan. purposes S10pm kicbrwmL..Lv 6an 1, 7 t1
headed by foreigners and compel themin Treasurer-R.J.Adam by. Any one aesirinz a first-class .2U.'s.m li 33 pm ........ Ar.::..:::: : .Loni.vnle...::::::.:.Lv 12 3e .'t pm I y zY y
..... ... TOO am'nl.pm Ar....:_ .Wa.btsguw, ..... .Ly 4" .UI 33, pm
face of Galling guns to give up the Chief of 1'0hce-1L J.Trneman. M. J. Murphy place at a bargain should call on or address ... .. ... 1046am'345am I Ar.... .... .nUadel phia.... ......L" amltoam .. ,
of insurrection and back Chief Fire Department-Chat.E Rowton. A. A. PIN'XEK, 7 00 am. 20 I'm ........ Ar..Cincinnati..Lv '100p m II t 311..
demon to
:
go lu10 tf Iludnal Fla. .... .. ... 12:1pm 6S3amAr..NewYork..Lv 08pm :OOam : ..
work and the payment of his OEM CITY GUARDS.'. 7 23: am 720 pm.t...... Ar.... .... .... t. Louls..Lv T 30'p DI 740.
grocery l L.cIfloD n Street Blliam i d PalWr 10U.m 13ft Ami:! .... .... Ar........ .....Chicago......... ....Ly 4 .pw _ /I n p
Fourth 8.T.
bills, and as a matter of course the lawis Company C, Battalion F. -. .
be successful. Hut H. M. DE.MOVTMOLUX,Captain.W. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cheap ExcursionVia Trains 39 and 32 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Yew York and Port Tampa. Trains:
thought to so P. HOUSE, 0.8. and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between New York ai d Jacksonville. Train.32 carries FulV
this continues to be Boutbe'rn Rail formerly man Buffet Sleeper JrkumvilletoCincinnativiaThomasetne: and Montgomery Train lea vis
long as country tray Company -
WINES AND C:&ARS
LIQUORS Jacksonville 7:00 p.m. carries Pullman Buffet Sleepers Savannah, AtlaBta. Montgomery. Xs
the general dumping ground for for BEXEVOLEXT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MJLSOMC. AO'ent for the celebrated J. W. liar E. T. V. O.| vine, Evansville, Cincinnati and St. Louis Train:39 makes connectkic at P :rt Tampa BA Meet
and Thursday with steamships for Key West and Havana for fnrtKsr lafocssatteB apply
.
elgn outlaws just so long will insurrec- per &; Silvester Whiskies. A full fin TO PITTSBURO, PA., and return ticket agents.

tion be the result, and coercion, how Palatka Lodge, .No.34, F. & A. )[.-Meet* of the best brands at the lowest priceswY11Sli1es account G. A. R. Tickets B. R. snoort, w. arcor, n. a. DATIBMX,
First and Third Monday Nights In .the monthat encampmen Ae
SssertBUsdeBl. Dlr. Pees ifeat C.1 Psss.
ever satisfactory at the time, will be T M o'clock. : : sold Sept. 5th to 9th,inclusive, good
'
doomed to only temporary success anda I W. P. ANDERSON,W.M. until Sept. 25th to return. Roundtrip

failure in the end. It is hirdly necessary E. E. HASKFLL Secretary. Rye Boss... !....,..$150 zoo rate from Jacksonville $32.70.: Jacksonville

that this lesson is ot Silver 11 Wedding. :260Silvester TO J ::
CHATTANOOGA TENS. and
to say worthy I Putnam Chapter, No. t, R A. M.-Meets Second a 00 ,

the considration of all parties and not and Fourth Monday Nights.W. Standard" MA A"Bourbon........... 4 00 return account Sovereign Grand

for one alone in the struggle. If capital i IL CYRCS, H.P. J.W.Harper-(0)-. a 00 Lodge L O. O. F. Tickets sold Sept.

in greedy it must risk the conse- W. P. ANDERSON,Secretary. The Jug! Trade a specialty. Country 13th to 20th inclusive, good to return St. AugdstineIndian

quences. If labor is foolish it must PALATKA COMMAXDERY, No. 6, K.T.S. orders solicited. oc23-tf until the 24th. Rate trifle more than jl

pay for its folly and so' long as labor KL E.E.IIASKELL E.C. one fare for the round trip.

organization select foreign malcontents Sr. KL O. 0. METCALF,Recorder.L Practice Economy TO ALL POINTS IN MICHIGANat & River :!

O. O. r. one fare for the round trip on depr.
and rowdies for their leaders lust BO
Pioneer Lodge N.23, L O.O.F*-3teeu every -AXD- 19tb,:ticket8 gocd 20 days from date
long will it be a case of blind leadingthe R. C.McCRACKEX. X.G.
1'uetlday\ICtat. Patronize Home Industry of bale to return.
blind, with the well known result. T. W. RALPH. Secretary. --- Railway .
TO LEXINGTON K Y. and return.
,
-BY rsixo
The primary election is a thing of Members of the Fraternity when visiting the
city are invited to meet with us. Tickets sold October 4th to 12th, good
the past with the resultof a great reduction SUCCESS BAKING POWDER until October nth to return. Rate .

in the number ot candidates, KXIGHTS"OF HONOR. from Jacksonville e2 5i ', cAi 5*. I'WTi-e Tale ia Jkffe t Jsly S3, ISW

Harmony Lodge, No- 1767-Meets Fleet and ".
and we suppose a general home-sick Third Wednesday of the month. EQUALLED BY FEW! For fat) particulars please write or (!

feeling prevails around a certain spot O. C. COLE Dictator.J. EXCELLED BY NONE: I call on J. C. Beam, Traveling Passen I "

e in the left ride of a number of our former ger AgeotIIEWSOX. SOUTH t 3UI LI"( E. NORTH. \
B. DOXXELLY,Reporter.K. Manufactured by .
candidates and to all such we f t j.
MOREIIOUSE MANUFACTURING PRACTICAL TAILOR. -
.
I
would extend our deepest sympathy OF P. COM PAN V,' SAVANNAH GA.. Sa TJ 1 Q STATIONS N.. 19 N4 7 9 :

and wish them tterluckin Johns Lodge, :\0.1, K.of P.--Mets ever> I Cutting done with accuracy and a fit -i-1) ..... ... .... .. .A a :8Mi .. i ir.
the future. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money re 6 JOe i Lv ...................iaeksoartn .. .. t.-
ThnrsdayNight. GEO. E. )(L DEE,C C. funded. guaranteed. Repairing neatly done. S Sop to eba ss .. SR Augustine. .. .. ..1 TOGa s
Dr. E. IL Weaver,one of Hawthorn's J. B.DOXXELLY. K.R.S. Recommended for sale by Gar Bros. B. Iin flickman-Kecnerly block, upstairs I, l0a E8 iv;.r ;..::.....::... 8t.AnJ'VtiM.: ..:..:. :.. : .. Ill> t f I Ii

most prominent young men and rising UaU.rm Rank K. of P,No.. -Meets for drill J.Trueman Gruoms,Silas A. M Smith.Haughton,A. Grainger fE. *,M J'I Lemon street. apl27lt :.....:. a 10 4a oo. t3 63 ::.;.:..:. .:::::.::::::::.Faslralatks Hasnnz* :::. .....:.:::.:.:::;: : '..LYI:: ::::4: U. t ; : .


pbvsicians was a pleasant caller in thisvUage every Second and Fourth Wednesday Nights, at I : N o. aa ............................a......,.-t..;....... ............ -..LvlNo'24 411t N Ji i'
.! on last Saturday. Armory. R-J.RILES,Captain. c,. g EiLL"Y"8IOX .eeeeeN eeee.esese..e.e e.ee.i 120! le3Ss 06.AY...........:'? .... ........Yabtka...._............. .....rI I IIO.a. 6to .( .:

S. D. Vanse of this village, visited L.A.SMITH, Recorder. 01"I I i RlPANSABULES i .... .... 12 ISp r. San Mat.-.j t ., 1g."t
McMeekin u aP ...... ::::::::::::.::::::::..:: arsteo ::::::::::::::. : : Af :: : : : t l

What am Saturday.,dat with de white ORDER GKX CTTT OF Drr.RAILROAD Naw S19.-Meets TKLEGR.VPHER9.every second The Big Coffee Pot i i 1 ASp I J1 03a' 63.5 Lv.. ........... ... .EutPaMtka ... .._. ... ... tr, GI.* 3 S. t:
pony 324p 14.1p lds.0'Ar. ...... ......... ... ......... ........ ..... ... .. ...t.! ,.;. .sj
face and what comes from Hawthorn adoin' a 4f (Saturday la each month In K. of P. a 1 IU.\A.r.\ ... .. ...... ....DaJ'SOO&..... ....... .... .A. ... it l 74'' I ap 'Ja
HaU. B. C. BREVARD,C.T. Gr Full and Complete Due of i : REGULATETHE : Up j j: 1 op 1 6.3 ........... ''' :: ftonOralJ.jre.: .......... ... T 116., .
hitched to tlat ar gate post? I A. C. HAMRItK.O.& F. 4 Up 1 asp EM.4tr. .. ... ..... New&uITna ..... ........... Lv., 15ba 1 lrrl .
STOVES HARDWARE and i '
he done it LIGHT STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS : .. .... I Rcpt Le: r....". ..'.' ... .... ....:. stale He1.... .......... .., .. .L..' "!"' 12 5IJI. f. I'
spec got pawed up by dis TINWARE which must be sold. Tit 12 (I ,

ume. In dat case we would advise IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.Oa5EauuastgistNo.ILProphet, .W. 8Nugent Will pay to inspect this stock, as I keep AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. : : ::::::, i rp lap 4p : Lt.tr..:::::;:'.: : :. ..:::::. C1t;:::,'''::..::::..::..:': .. >t1:.::..:J. 12 1l V.36s = '

movm' .binf to the mulberry tree for Jas II. Shelley, Sachem. ; R. C. Lan- nothing but the best of evemhina;. i KIPAXI TABCLCSacB err. t'. keel Neil. .......1 1 S 23p\ 115. ... ...... .. ....(tefIa.. ...... .. ... t.t Ii 2Oa
; rod Gas Fitting sloe ,.._ r.p 1.dage.it., aw..__ I:7.tA .. .Rock \ :91a!
safe keeping. oing. Senior SagsJBure; Junior Sagamore C.E.Rvtoa executed Plumbing, Tinning : Ues4aeb.C.uttsuto.De"....,c...... d. .: '::::::1 3 3p Asp: rL3A ::. :: :::: :: :: ::: .. = .:::: .:" .' .L(' : :! 0
Chief of Records, ofWswpsa. in the most approved style, LteeTr.sble.DLsn..sEelC.leaiae ... '41$1\.
Keeper g "
; Lt-(
;
W J. Vance, of this city, was vfeit- M promptly and at low prices. 0 Dy-&etT, ........ Breath sad all .... e .1, 4.0fIp1 asp i sail ".1r. .. )leJl_"",. ... .. .. .t..,_. I0 415
W. WM-
friends in Kaolin F. Hutehin: [Collector Don't fur-re1 the place. of the : ...... .r ,.. -*- Liver a" a-.... : ..I ,, 241 1.tr... .. ... St. L.icte .. ..... ...._. -.....\ :" 1Ia
ng City on Saturday pea. G. W. Martin. Sign C lUpus Tkbvlra tetariou .. e 4Jp aAr. .. F..rt Purr .. ... ..bt ... : ie
iasi. Meets every Monday nlfbt at T:X. VMtlogKreUuvo dig Qpffee PCt, L iuoa Street, between eM mtft tfe.....ee tflgeltmt lilriaiBt t. :::1 : .. =.!Ar.: .. :..:: e v
rvrtaHr invited attend. Second( and Third.MAGNETIC. e tet..fe tnx.4e1N eesresal., sad't'esPoekae.t4ba..1 the b Weer. : 1I 2IAr.: E.Wr .. ..
.I
ll L. Ki'Dtierly, one of IIiwthom'sprominent >n. 11a)1.. dr.rgut : 04 3IIt 1J\r. ,lemelts. ; ; ,L, S
-- -- - .[y.rtL = nrwagbsuit T ... '. Jyp ... Ar. Si.. .,Lr ..
\oung men, lid this village ---1 : THE KIPANS CHEMICAL CO., : ..I T tIP Bab 6'\r. .. \Dda. L, r Wt
a p'oasai.: ,'ail 1las.! ...*.............................. "Wpl1'i.\r.! H"beRotmd 3,, l
"1'VH-: q'hool.t I E .. I .W..t .Iupttrl '
j 1' : tin place ., .Lr
.
I) P : ..;, ... is uld with writs.Mners.tH ]!"'7 n ,r. !u.eri .
IMH..I. Vfonda\ last wi'l! : 'jnite a : PU = ST. AUGUSTINE ."w ,,p l lei sAr. 's.!1 lw, $ ect...
I --- -- --
Ftt.i:1UJ- .
u a ail ,'ancr and CURB rtes '
biurht
( :t>apectuife&afol 1 resAe.d.cbe.adI.esratri A.Vk TV BRASCU.tws .

(P' ca n' \ ..I!.1 profitableiM A 1Ce. mad ., .rNt. TrsatBipot, .wrl.tmg ...1 m. *..MW&kStti Marble and Stone
aUPfUStTVk i M.-se .4 OtatBNVl end toleases ewas..d eiee.areseed :9OJsaf -"" J :
,
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Ou ItL. v c-.er tailing Car 'or Pile 1 t Op esy ,... I ..
nATO"r
.< -s,y n -fcn-1"-irr' j li nukeaa up o ",.,11 T. i.Cew aDd A1.rraE'ECrZE : ., '
Works.
.-. 1: v .1.I \ ..ff.e, ot' ..f Faatka' wok the mutt i..>, t.r'It on-b.Iic MU welch I ,)/; )( ;5a. 1
Ar 1\ .'iingef -r "It.---- --- PS
b. tort --- -
etep.ht vl sad e!a m a iwrajtBent our*,sad often :
)S !H-aotuti: soil) accoa ; ashed young rUB la deata BBBCCOSSSIT. Why endue.pbaion.rs.njcase.wtonootrajpe the Brain,caaamc Mlew.haal\lty-c Dean, 6 .... --.1'_ ttu.yrna {
krtl'-.lJI&p. Lout Power ua anh.r-a- F. C. BROW, FBOPBIETOK. lip Pa t.. ... ,.. ...... Le ie. t. tr
il'. and oat I'utnatu's aso-t popu- i : : fortnu Premature Old Age, isw unary Lonn.4eeby All kinds of OBUETKRT Won in 4 leV, *112. y; ,.:............,....._:.Arngr I In i
ud< .u-henarrived in Weak slay -
: daar.edeMe...... b)_ < tW
on la t Saturday to tahal"L CeiW.PitosPseset.4ihialO '; -,.,-&.. ..g. .rr ,kc the I us of hfh muss- I Ac., < faiatB]** at revocable TrainsStsp "l raadaaAetsesejokum,:;. an ,
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< nee Pahlk bchoo'th.: .;; tP R flUt .. 1_ TOIt.t : .dtxaw.50. w'.L.v.TySsuds.w 57105w CobCTvte Vases oC'Artltie-1'aUern $isTtme'h1tl&. the times ai wfcfck trains tiny t ,
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T'I.'M'Dt: term.' A. FAI;M n:,, \ve'a ,'" adtp/ed5ut.o..as.YsM 6swiianttekP.ry WDu.ese "- .' ci\rrOMarsxit. teess. Ui.srsutr* iai* ta-B*or>stand* oat,the by our tucmry.ezACKERlfJLN md very cheap. 9" tile seven stations,h?stir arrival (wdeyartare a* t'rr it p,,.,, g4Jt" i.

&a&aXTZIC Iu I only by I cimtee s4m6 Office: and Works:. Sf. Augustine.Fla. the, Itself I mpcwOAi for uy delay 3r any stir tbe ,

Cream Baking Powder 1 ACKERMAN & STEWART Si STEWART: ., corner San: Marco andHne St*. 7: R.. rARROTT !E'h 44

Most Perfect Made. ralatka Florida I. PALATKA, FLA. Corwp adeace.. solicited ,mr5-tl ,Vtee--Pnsident. +

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uL ._ .' H>rHERALD. ; SEPTEMBER 21 1 1894. .. i. .

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J > '". .. .' .' .' l'-:: List of Unclaimed Letters -
FEDERACPOINT..x. ; it! .. ... ". .
.,- : : Remaining[ in the Post-Office at Pitatka '

lJrtClfJlJ 4t'Dee 't1me..Herald. Fla.; for the week ending Aug. OCTORI'i

f EDERAL POINT, Sept J 8.le America Leads theWorld 11,1894:

I weather is deridedly damp. We .. GENTS' LIST. I!

fellows who, are trying to make .. f. Bill John Barnes Joe

(bar are Ending; it up bin work; in fact, .<- + t.e'' :e' ;r j .. Bryant Bryek,,Charlie Eddie( '0 Brown.Brought(leo John II IA1; YOURSELF

w4are only spotting grass. Aa nearlaa11can t s1 Bra.ok, M 0 Brooks Harry i
Parity
; learn, the Reverend Hicks is v; Burnett leham A Cbe:nn'- R O
Henry Doeier. William When meet With accident
Cover
you an ,
miserable weather.
I rc:csponiible for ibis KDRlALd,. Daines Gaillard. S 8 PERRY
I f this is tbe case we think be might Gooeby, Fred Glover! E G sprain a joint, get cut, burned or t

ie better employed, and we feel like Hampton Mao Hull, tieo B jIH braisedvhen; you are attacked i
Jae&on; Charles Jones, A L I wIth cramps, colic cholera morI I I
jading him up to Maine to run for ., Johnson Frank Lee G E t ilflll.ER bus
'tfice on the"democratic" ticket I .. %..' Manler, Charlie Marlin. W M dysentery, or suffer with any |
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a '. ., ,% Mlllf Mot. Joseph of the ordinary everyday painproduces i
res
jjfc. II Dart has bought a new bone; ',, % .
,1' \ Myers E B cKellar.1 P ,I doctor
ins not near as big as the one be lost 5h Itnqth e i ( Purny William Pendel John BRay yourselfWITH I

bit 1 think better adapted stand Ibis 't je "iiO/; B F Rbbinson, Charley I
climate. Big folks and biz animals ..1 r11. Robbirt, L Rowan 8 W
Untlicd, John Sinks Joe E
1 .;em to suffer more from the beat than Sundae, Leon Suber E T

-small ones, on account, I suppose, of) ? Snitch, Eddie 8 dpind, Iverson PAIN-KILLER
.
the heat having a bigger surface to 'ems Wade,.Wm Walker Robert
Warren L D tYodin g, John
work upon. Wilson'O A Wilson, J W It never fails to give prompt relief, and is always at home
Airs Land ber er, the wife of the Wlllett 'V Willis J fd t t when wanted. Get a bottle and have it read It's the
rti tor here a daylight party to Wood Geo H m Wright, Evlrlina
gave
best family physician could
Wright, Wa.h W you possibly employ. You
,
e1 Eunda, School scholars last Thuts. double the for the
LADIES' LIST. can now get quantity same old price.
lay afternoon. The little ones were .
Alexander Amanda Baker Carrie Sold everywhere. PERRY DAVIS L SON Providence R. L
y [made happy with gamer, also-cake and :Bee Noah Boddie William

earn-particularly:! ) tbe two latter. Brown Mary Buttons, 0

Mr. Manchester: who has charge of Campbell J D Carlow Patience ,

.t. the John B. Wade*place at Palmetto The Crowning. Glory of the :'Age.Man's Demere 31ark, Irene, Donlta Emanuel Cotten, Jolla, Lena

BU.ff, gate dsnce at that place last. Hill, Longenla Hrdrick Mary WILSON & TOOMER.
which., considering the"Hicks" Jenkins, Amelia Mason Rosa L
Friday night,
enterprise; culminated at the World's Columbian Morky R Mosy, Fannie
weather well attended .
was STorth Minnie Parson Elizah
and those present 'report a pleasant Exposition. The memory of it will be a marvel for all time. Papy, Maud Peters Sallie

Miss Daisy Wigg and her brother Phillips, Millie W Roach Lnla
e time.Join came frtm Palatka and attended The fame there acquired will live for years. The manufact- EUddlea Sprecher, 8 E B Jennie Riley Thompson Isabella Martha The Fertilizer House of Florida

the ball, accompanied by the Mine .urers of Thompson, Berne Thomas Mary
Ilwnulon and Mr. Howard of this Yon mans, Rebecca Walker, Florida

place Persons for the above
The town authorities are using calling letters TILIZEUSof any House in the State I
will "ADVERTISED."

cross tewer tbe pipe'streets for culverts instead where of the ditches old "appreciate the .award .!
\ style plank bridges and find the Exposition. The significance of the compliment, the splendid (Married, 41 H. J. Baker & Bro's Complete Manures for

change a good one. The first cost is character?, of the indorsement, cannot be underrated. It .Mr. Henry W.Vaughan, of this city, Orange Trees and Vegetables.
r J not) much more, and the pipe isr practically and Miss EmrnaiC. Gomes, of Peniel

speaking, imperh hable. stamps Dr. Price's as without a peer among! the baking pow. at the Baptist Churcb:,at thaUplace, Potash, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems. '

"We were pleated to hear from KingJohronce Sunday evening at 6 o,'c1ock,.Re fS. P.
ders. The of awards an exceptionally intelligent body
jury Kentucky Tobacco Stems Cotton Leed Meal
more. As be does not wnte Ililbura omcii ting. 'Mr. Sims, of theJ. ,

union be has tcmetbmg to say whichI was headed by the Chief Chemist of the United States Department T. &.|KiLW'. *shops was besFman.The Blood and Bone, Nitrate of Soda.

am afraid cannot be said of all of us,- of Agriculture.: They found Dr. Price's Cream Baking bnde"Vt,, one of Peniel's mostpopular.young I Insecticide Material.QUICK I

but then, on the other band? if every ladles, and has by her I
and I S f MENT. LOW TRICES. WBITE ron ANALYSIS AND PRICE
one waited until they bad'aomething t to Powder strongest. .. in leavening power, perfect in purity, lovabUwid gentle manners made many .

ear of importance, this world would be of uniform excellence.. I fri..-sW@9The,:.. ..- groom is a popular and WILSON & TOOMEIl,
,.. dull #/* man hiving been in
a' place' I pro young ,
7 ? THE FERTILIZER HOUSE OF FLORIDA, Jacksonville, Kla.
Jatqe McCullar, who had charge of "Foremost Baking Powder in all tho World." the d service here for some time.

the WJieeTef grove here, has'given up I T iFTIUES-HERALD, together with

Ills position, to take a situation ,on the --- their numerous friends extend' congratulations .
Leonard grove at Hastings. John E, Marshall went over to Or- John Q. .Tilghman, Palatka's pro- and best wishes to the W. A..< LIVINGSTON,

--.. Geo":H. Welton fs trying to (dispose mond Saturday cressive mill man, went up to Drayton happy couple. DEALER IN- j

ti.t: of his Trove here, although; usually Marshal in Island Saturday afternoon to spend FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS ,
United States McKay was
.speaking,..we like to see people suecceed Palatka Friday, and while here served Sunday with his family who are visiting MRS. WixsLow'g' SOOTHING STKIT has New and SecondHandi

in any proper' undertaking:, vet a writ on T. U, Merrill, receiver of the< ; relatives there. been used for over fifty years by millions

t; t we are selfish enough to hope he will first National Bank, in a lui 'brought; The tug Isabel left the G. S. &; F. of mothers for their children while teething I

cot be able to sell, as be and his family agaidst him'by the National Bank of: dock on Monday morning for Jacksonville ,.with perfect success. It soothes the

4 impressed the folks here so favorably Jackaonrille. He returned to Jacksonville with two lighters in tow, which child, softens the gums, allays all pain i

last wirier, that we hope to retain were loaded with 135,000 feet of lumber. cures wind colic and is the best remedyfor Furniture. j
Fndayafternoon.JatksoDTlUe I
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the
them with us. On Tuesday two lighters were also poor

J F., the 'Irrepressible," will be ,Fruit Auction. Company towed to Jacksonville, which were little softerer immediately Sold by dragcists .
; in every part of the world. Twenty
'\. lack: before long, and will undoubtedly Special atlehUon of range-grower! loaded with twenty.Ix car-loads or over fire cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for -ALSO FULL LINE OF- i

take up his old post of. correspondent i. called to the advertisements of the< 600 tons of stone, which I is used in the "Mrs.; Winslow's Sothing SJ'l'oJand '

from %(his place, which I have Jacksonville Fruit Auction Company. construction of jetties at the mouth of take no other kind. CrockerY: and Oloclcs.: .

j. ., no doubt will be pleasant news Iqr.. This company did a splendid buRinew the &L Johns, and 230,000 feet or over GrDo you want a good Mattress? ,

3 our readers. last season t and are now lathe field 700 tons of lumber, which is the whole If so, buy one direct Iron the manufacturers
The horses here seem lobe having a better equipped than ever before to cargo'of the schooner Schmidt. and save 50 per cent. Write GOODS STORED AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. UPHOLSTER- ..

i hard time of it, as E. S. Hubbard> lost handle fruit. They have facilities. for for prices oc( their fine Moss-Hair Mattresses log and Mattresses made on short notice. Old Stoves made new, and exchanged -

A good horse last.Monday. morning. As. coloring.oranges In five of our largest Thousands new patrons have taken to DAnES & GRIEVESOX, Mat- for Old ones. Wardrobes. Tables and Safe, etc., made to order. J JI

neat as we can ascertain colic appears cities, and are prepared to make liberal Hood's Sanaparilla this 'season and tress Factory, Welak ,..F1a.ja19tf.. I Cf I also sell the NEW IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINEl

to have been the cause.. advance on arrival ot fruit. Mr. Thos realized its benefit in blood purifiedand on Instalment of Three Dollars per Month. Fair Dealing my motto. Call
Thos. the' Lemon street 4
restored. Murray, .
Mrf. E. ,II. Hart arrived from the It. Towns is manager, with Mr. Geo strength and see for yourselves. Corner Lemon and Third streets Palatka. Fla. :
meat dealer, who has been at Pablo .
3qrth3csterdayon the steamer Cres- M. Chapln, secreta.y. Shippers may Marcus Loeb &; Co.. are *receiving Beach for the past few days, taking a i
-ccnU She has been spending the summer rest assured of satisfactory and prompt their fall and '
daily winter goodswhich, much needed rest, returned to the c y
with friends in New York State. returns, as this company is one of the for variety and elegance, surpasses \Sunday evening.Lorimar 4 The TropicalTronk. Line. ,11

,lye are always glad to welcome- the most reliable in the country. anything ever brought to Palatka. :Mr.
' folks when they come back. 'TEXAS. Oct. lMessrs. .' 1S9.
Loeb rood
'' We learn that some of the steamers' Big lot Plain and Fancy Crockery at anticipating an unusual Paris Medicine Co; Pari. Tenn. ..
trade the fall and win-
i 'l. BOND'S, cheap.W. daring coming HEAR SIKS Ship us as'soon as possible .
that' were taken North in the spring ter, laid in a stock accordingly, and 2 gross.Grove'i Tasteless Chill Tonic My Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway .
I
will nOD be back with us again.. This customers want GEOVE' Tasteless Chill
N. Sheats, State superintendent will be aWtf to accommodate all his '
W is a lght, but we ought not to forget, of Public Instruction, has announced old customers, as well as new ones. Tonic experience and will of not have 20 Ve&rlln any other.thedrug In JOSEFim. D URIEEE, Receiver. r'i.
ur over
a
; !.the bgafs that have staid by us all sumTucrpnd -j hat on the 25th instant, he will hold in Loeb & Co. carries one of the largest bu..qIM.'tI8.6 bare never sold any medicine Florida Southern Railroad. Co., I -!' .I

have been run at little or noprofit. 1 Tallahassee a special ,examination, under .. stocks of clothing, hats shoes, 'etc., to nhlch have such universal satu-fartioo. Indian River Steamboat.Comoany, > .'- RIB. CABLE GeneraKManager. ,
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Worth 5Railwav.bU
t.t G. W. sours: respectfully I Jupiter.. and Lake
the school law for those who be found .
I new in'the State. J. 8 BEOWXR & Co- .. ,
Air. J. Y. Pettys and wife, of Long- II. ;NORTH.Xo. f
desire to make. application for State Sold on its merits No cure no pay. I' ..
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Wild Orange Seltzer cures sick ner Time Table la Effect May M, "fW.,.
[wood, were in Palatka this week on a eachers' certificates. It is needlessto or billions headache: cool and For Sale bv Ackerman & Stewart.Go .. I) Xo.Ex. 35 :No.3.Dailj.. [ 14. I Vow: T9.Daily I :So.M.
Tone .
vifcit. .I} Dally DaD, i!Ex. SanS
that the examInation will be I
say purifies the blood. Prepared only at ,
r % to BOND'S BIG SALE for Dry :.. ..... ... :
-- 900am1Le. SOam
% -- The Putnam Pharmacy, corner ?rid 60pm izeopm :: Jacksonvine ArrLT 300pm, 5 ti pm
and those who intend making
cry rigid, Goods Shoes and Groceries. l'lIIpm I 40pmJDDpm 1.U<__ AT.....Green Cwve Spring. LY a .ml 2 08 pm: 4 15 pm
1wV application had better come "chock and Lemon street. Sample bottle lOc.IIpln.f It 39pm ......i Ar. ...a..Palatka................. :It..: Itaym l' pm
x-f ostma-ster Garrison is sufferinz 1 ttttun STpm 13f piaAr| .... ........evuk..... ...... ...Lv'Lv' S 5as ; II Ham "I so pna
full 'I larninV'." SMQI 4 OTpm 1 U40pa r........DeLeon Kpring.. .. Mam'' 11Aa.a'; : 120 pm
., from the effects of fever.. .......... Lv.......... t0 2'w .... .
dengue 4 i
W. S. ;the Lemon street 6npm aptaAr ... ..... ..........
Nugent ........ 36opm UaSpiiIe J : DeUod M1.... ......! 11 3to .. ..... .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. J ..... ...'... ... .. t
,aS photographer:after a pleasant trip to Six of the etnters from Edgar! are 2 iiSam .3618 1 Xpm Ar Orange City Junction Lv 1 5Oaa .r.

The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, the coast, has returned. in the jail .......... -A Ipm -...- r.......j..EDterpriN.'r .... '. .Lv,-... .. ..L-.-H9>amt ...........
anguisbiD county
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, now ; .......... t T 30pmJBOam ft ......... .\r.... ........ TltU.TlJl.....,....."..L"1. ......;' 7 Want!....... ..
awaiting trial at thecomrog session of
Fever cores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Dress faking Establishment, ft 2_ ".... ... ....fantixd......... ....Lr 1 19 am 10 3D am U JO amf
Chilblains, Corns, and >ill Skin Erup- Miss Flora Paddock may now be the Criminal Court. They are charged. ...... .... S Slim 10pe .........!Ar......... ....T.varea.Lv .......... f ", is am...... .
lions and positively cures Piles -If ------
or no -
with conspiracy. -, ...
found in the Jennings Block Lemon .. i2-.Hawthorn..L. 11 Seam

pay Perfect required.satisfaction It. is,or guaranteed refunded to give, street opposite the General Market, Among the many new improvementsthat t 1Z.tnAt Lv I .OatWvnt- .... AT Lv .. ...".."........: 10 H 361st'*)am'':.:.....
I money with a more complete line of Art Goods, !, : 12apia sbtpn' Ar ::: Oc&U.......;. .. .Lvi. .... 9 47 ami ..
25 For \ : :
f I I price cents"per box sale by Toilet Articles for the complexion, are being made Js.; a new door in ; : ;::f y.;t ) 4peaAr... Leesbarr..Lyl. .... .. : s 17 an ...
Ackerman & Stewart,druggists. of Col. Hart's or&nge t 66lpw .. ikrten ... ..... .Lei.: .... ... mam1. .
front packing'house.
I Dressmaking Supplies, etc. Stampingdone t 44pai'Ar .. Jtrookntlle.... ,.. ,., LTI .. ........ 6 30am... ..

I JI The large iron gray horse belonging to order. Orders taken' for the __ __f 3...Lr ..... ..1 11 49 9U..I.' .. .
Delsarte and Dr. Nlchol's Corsets. Sam ', Upm45pm ..Ar..........KlMiminc...........Lv' M M pm **am .
to N. J. TUjshman &.Ron took 9 40aJa 3SBv pm
Xr. Judge Peck i a fright General anent for the new Taylor Dress Mrs. W. O. Woltz and. daughter, 10 50am T 46pm loe,. Ar.........Bartow J nctloo........Lv, t 44 MO 7 M am ....
I at the Florida Southern train Tuesday Chart A first-class dress-maker in Mis* Nina, who have been summering 106pm 9 tpm tIJpID Ar........:....TalllpL. ...........Lv I S W pm 6 30 amt ... .

k DyspepsiaMrs. morning and ran away. lIe trade connection. Articles taken Iud sold lu[ North Georgia returned to the city -...... .... -700am,4 (topmLr I .... ..._ &nItw..AztSupmtaIDpm I -:-. .. .-
on commission. fe23-tf .........ittt 20pm t 1 .,.. Ar.... .....Arcadia........ ......I.." t 2 3s MntlOMam) .
things. very lively fo; a short time.A tSFOrders for Ladies' Switches and SaturJay. Tneir many friends are glad ..... ....It.I 20fDl .103apo;.Ar..Fista f iorda..Lv t 1 Wpm t' Mam .
Judge Peck Tells How I all will to welcome them back, as the were. .
XUlloa Friends.A Hair in forms, receive prompt S Deny aoept .
She Was Cured attention if left with Miss FLORA I greatly mi 8f'd. Train*n aaa 39 carry 1tll.p Tteltman lioffet thwp'r* daily between :Lew Tork &IHJ F rt
friend in need is a friend indeed Tampa.connctinr at r\rtTaM.pa ,1ltndaye and tUnrsdayK Key West and Haraaa.
KoffMtrs from Dytptptla should red UM too PADDOCK. Any shade desired. .29-4 INDIAN EJ\TU STEAM EKM : 4>poiot: l to perform the fnOowwc erTie:
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and not less than one million people --. Leave :_.Wed-uysauolt'rida1l for K; rk) dce. MdboarM aIM
letter Iron tfn. H. M. Peek, win ot
have found just such a friend in Dr. Mrs. Judge \ertrees, we are sorry to way tmngx P4turneetJean MeltovrM at 7 am a. m TMMUyt.Th u 4ay.and Saturday duo
IYck, ,sad writer *
Jsdae Justl< hl .
watTraejr .
Tit' svlie 3 M*>p B
-connected with the AuocUteJ Itaut King's New Discovery for Consumption state, has taken a relapse and is now . L aTV Titn TlUe for.11)".. Monday and Thursday at.p. m. due Jupiter Tp. m. h'b:! >w.Ing.day .
J. Beach and otter Lako worth. Re
conoectinitwWk & L W.Wy for Film powt ro
'nya deep sense of graiM5e tot the reare Coughs,and Colds.-If you hare I in a very low state. Manifold laming, lean Jai>rwr W ednleda\-and Boodart,&a. m dace Tito rUte S a. m ti>lt.r inn('t\
th. nu of floods this O.L. AChKBtr, General ra*.eng r AxentTlis
heea led to writ the follow.tw never used Great Cough Medicine, : '
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har i0
i as YARDS CHECKS, ? *
Jts' et suterera who
math t., the one trial will convince that it has DisordersAre
atstr &ttctmi. For is years I bav..p you BOND'S. k
is a eu
a Heart> uble.st diseases of Throat, Chest and Eungs. l j Attention !'a called to the card of Mr. pc e ottariontd!sh dcoodrtx by>n an of hebbedanhght:: Little L Putnam Saloon

a nrtM T $ wo dd distress ca..butt I is Each claimed bottle ox is money guaranteed will bfe to derail refunded.that b. J. Hilburn, attorncj at law who has senons ufepunties.m.Jsdinch.i if not cornRied as ,develop laW
sod medkiaei.
s
sot ty'e an office with It IV..k W4. M. Dam in SCROFULA .
4 W Trial botles free Ackerrnvn & Steir ..' .
>Stn tatutue I p ito d i salsa ndi ait's Drug Store. Large. sits 50c. the Florida Southern building Ml ECZEMA, '//.r '''JV'.r'J """"'"

1 ao betped lee, ofldeo I egope,1.Ke and 1.00. business entrusted to his rare will receive RHEUMATISMas and Equipped
0 rrovmemenL 1 Li .attention. other troublesome disease*. To con Thoroughly. 'Re-furnished
The Cole property In West End has prompt these is required a safe aDd reliable rentedy ?* .-WITH-
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bee from any harmful fairr> ii trt<. ...
dIy R end It, been purchased by Dr. W. R. 1'owel, The many friends Miss Jennie DoooeBey and porelf vegetable.Sach bf3BBH

s ei 'Is keeps sad no up hiag, mrBond'I who moved his famiij; in Tuesday...TbDoct.or will be pained to learn that shecndcatlyill from It t.tbe move blood*and all faBpqnttesP thoroorhly -" "MM All tlift q Latest and Not Iniprorcd Bar Fixtures.

std is -goins'to are the honk at her home on River street. case cleanses of the the wad srstea.form Ihoosaads of blood di ot, .*' ; t* \ Finely Assorted Stock of

nicely painted as soon as the weather, :Mr. Thomas; :Murray, the Lemon eases haft boaCured -

e* i permits. ia Street'meat. dealer!, who has been down hy S. S. S. \\f1l!': p irr r iter, .. lfl611C Hi Impart Cigar Tobaccos E!:., B;, I
WM M BMMMV. Sod Ioe.ar,.......w...testy eddnr
vWonaHTM. I'>Ka4L'a T.'N. liautier,one of Huntinglon's with the dengue, is able to be out Ga. TFTTTRigBie ZE
BWDT STZCZriC CO,Atlanta, C JHTi A, iso .
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prominent citizens, wa in the city aga1n. t I '
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a* .ptrfeot Tuesday and pauTns pleasant calL hat Lame B.f'Ir'aD be_ red .ts''SDt Let>liIelH Street, Palatka, Fta,
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