The times-herald
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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 28, 1894
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001917709
oclc - 35452854
notis - AJZ3258
lccn - sn 96027678
System ID: UF00086614:00008
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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---1 pA ijlTKA.YALATRA'l"EEKLY ALIIALD Tiar68 Ea=E.tablJ.h.d [lice._I889.J ComaolldatedKar: '."** PALATKA, FLORID Fit 2 1894. NEW SEBIES-VOLUME' 2.--NO.2.

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J. J. HILBURN, A WORD GARDENERS. ': RI STORM. Highest of all in Leavening. P 0 wert-Latest U. S. Gbvt. Reportya1e


Offio Jih R. W.&W.)[.HAV llt erotye. For excellency and vigorous g
Florida Southern BaUAinf STRIKES f ALATKA CAUS- '

Johnson & Stokes' Celebrated
entru ted to Ida cut w: toprompt '
All b teeaUon. ,_f1 tfi ING GREAT DAMAGEThe
Speeds have no equal. We have '

J. P. CALHOUN{ stock just in, and can fill mail 0 t
Railroads Suffer Greatest Loss. :.

desired. Prices guarantee ->'o Trains Running and Wlrtt all ABSOLUTELY PURE

ATTORNEY ATm\ ; *\. _
Down-Trees Uprooted and Broken -. n
f % Chris. Stanton. foreman bf the Florida Services will be held to the First
.CRILL BLOCK,orer Port.cfflce, HARRY E. S IT. Off-Rain DOts Great Injury.As .
rake Florida .t e23-tf ill ,... Southern foundry, was blown off about Baptist Church Sunday morning and
< I 6 o'clock {n the morning, and a great evening by the.jie.w-.. pastor Rev. J. E.

B. E. HASICELL, .......;. predicted by the weather bureau I deal,of damage was done to the furni Oates. -- .
Xi.A.YEB Palatta and (the East Coast generallywas lure by.lhe water which poured into IT --
life house in torrents. Will Orange Jtzer wui help to keep
OmCT8 )o which has yet to be expeFtenced.Never 25 cents at Peek's Drug: Store.
'. in the bndge would go, as the
in the recollection of the old- wind had broken it loose frpru its fastenings MATTING, MATTIXG. CHEAPat
f\. C. BUCHANAN r 11- inhabitants has Palatka and vicinity ; and it swung at liberty on its BOXD'S. '. -

Law .' been visited by such a storm of wind pivot. If the tide had risen a few
Attorney at Dress){allll? FTjUblhliment.Mws .
and rain as prevailed 'from Tuesday inches higher it would,' have floated Flora Paddock roan+>w H

OFFICE: No. 65 Lemon St. between Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits evening until Wednesday evening. away. found in the Jemiioap Bkxl<, Lt-neon .
One of the large lighters which is street, i opposite the General Market,
| First and Second Streets. The wind began rising about Go'clock used to carry.stone tp the jetties broke with a more complete line of Art Goods,

Tuesday evening and continued loose from the G. S. & F. dock and rollet Articles for the complexion '

Pa AtkaFlorida.. F': :RT2 =: :ZERO: ., to rise until) about 3 o'clock Wednesday blew against the Florida Southern done Dressmaking to order.Suppllies Orders, etc.taken Stnmpfnj for the t

R.W. & W. M. DAVIS YC' morning when it blowed a perfect dock.. There was not much. damage! I Delsarte and Dr.. Nkho! CorA u.r
""" Plaster hurricane and the rain fell in torrents, done. General agent for the new Taylor Drl-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Brick'; Lime, -_and Hair. flooding the streets and covering the The tin root of Fry's Opera House I:Chart. A tirit-cla dre9-tnjker in
flHHi connection. Artiek taken and sold
floOTsof houses that stood in low places. were among; the others that wore'not ,on commission *
riickman-Ktnneriy Block Lemon Street Orange Boxes. Oran e Wraps. Trees tin roofs, fences and signboards( able to withstand the fierce wind. The gQr41ers for Ladieft' Switches fe3-tf'an4 '

Palatka. Fla. 2-17 .jar.*"",Saw' ''--me'-St mki.; a; *# were blown down end greatly damaged, furniture. and stock of groceries In the Hair, in all Jorms, wiff receive niomr*, .

1 andHKne Heads. BangorjaSaFloridalVeneeredjf < and the St. Johns, whipped into a per stole below were badly damaged. The attention it left with Jlfts Fwmi
Dry Cypress : PADDOCK. '
i-i .U1.J.1haJe desired9t!
j L. tircell. "TJ "" p *" fect fury by the wind, was a sight not stage scenery, which was very expensive :

Pino Sides and New Shaved a Birch Hoops. Correspondence 1 *.solicited soon to be.forgotten. ,was an" entire loss. A farewell reception was ji\ea-Mr. : .

ATTOENEY Office in Elorida Southern Building, Water y si" Wires are down, cutting off information The tan palmetto tree in Mr J. R. ;and Mrs. Oates at the beautifur-rwi-

Lad O>.iM.Uor at Law.ppoalt .tho Court from other points and up to goingto Mellon's yard, which was procured and deuce of Mrs. Stewart-, triday.evening.

Frartioe Doue.m ia all.Conrta. fALATKALAmJFFlCES press information as to its distruc- placed there by Mr. Mellon at a cost of I Sept. 7lb, previous to they\: departure
F tarT-tt tiveness confined to Palatka and the about three hundred dollars was blown for Palatka, Fla Although Invitatto*,

OF surrounding:; vi initv. down. It was'strongly guyed but not I were'extended only to the members of *"

J. R. PARROTT. NORTH GEORGIA LEADS The different railway lines report! sufficiently so as to stand the storm. the church and anngrogatioutbehousd

J washouts and loss of trestles and small Capt. George Gay with his characteristic was filled to overflowing. Dunn Ike .

DONALD OILI43 bridges which continues to delay trains, enterprise and as a neighborly act, course of the evening ML,,Amoe Luce,
MOMAWKJACKSONVILLE 111.(11.[' -IXPRODUOING stopping travel and preventing com- duritg the absence of Mr.' Mellon, puta in an appropriate addles f it the name :

FLA, THE FINEST munication by mail. force of twelve or fifteen men to work of the chorea rjreiented Mrs. Oatu ,4'wtlbahandsom

but%orta. 'Wties&ndl'nttkel jai-tied The damage to property and railway i in raising and placing the tree, in its old -.dinner, after dinner '
interest in and around Palatka is very I position, which was done. most suc- coffee, and fruit jervice. Mr. Oates
EATON M. 1) NURSERY STOCK great. The G. S..S? F. seems to have cessfully. e responded with R leit rer0.1rk8.D
which he gave e {&*MU'U to his appreciation t
suffered the most. The company during The beautiful row of China trees of>she great kindness that

LrD. EO PATH 1ST the summer made some valuable along the Reid street side t>f Colonel he and Mrs?pates had received from ",
NEW VARIETIES that promise well and old varieties that have provena improvements in her terminal facilities Hart's residence were nearly all blown their Jflngsvtte friend, their united j
I BLOCK, rALATKA, FLA success are included in our list, which gives you a chance to experiment for: the .. regret at having to sever their connection .
here byo klentD the down. -- ,
approach '
i tested varieties : toe
yourself or only plant ? .. "" ; ana their conviction that in so
Corner Main and .First St. aver and adding additional traces. About a dozen cars belonging to the I doing they were following the leadiBij

iooiv--e t",10 a 10., 1 to a J).M. Ji47to8iiD VE: T EA.I> : This new and important work suffered G.S. t F. railroad, whuh were loaded: j>f Providence. The parlors were beau-f .{'
a f' tbMIL from Office a dlcUnc ooqpnlUtioB eaa t*free.treated. through slip And offer the LARGEST LIST and MOST COMPLETE COLLECTIONever wave of the St. Johns as the here turned on one side aud the-\rack.badly I I fpr tbe evening were most comp:et
; offered by any one NUIlsERY of Teaches, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons and well carried out by the members '
: NEW HOME Graces, rigs, Mulberries, Soul hem Apples, Pears, Apricots, Prunes. winds hurled them on the new made torn up, caused br the embankment. of the different wmmiteea.-Kings-] ,
Pecans, Walnuts Chestnut, Almonds, llardv Oranges and Lemons, Ornamental -i track. sinking:: on x>ne side of the track: ville. (Ohio) Tribune September 14. ..
Trees, Vines, Shrubs, Ac.; and last but not least, ROSES' of whichwe I The passenger train of this roadhich I I A part of the railing around the .
Machin : have over SEVENTY-FIVE VARIETIES: all out-door grown and most kinds is scheduled to leave the union depot upper veranda Graham's Hotel wits \\Qd Orange Stiller cures sick, net ;
ing GRAFTED and budded. 'tons 'or bal iat headache, cools It
Our new Catalogue describing IN DETAIL every kind and variety of Fruits each morning at 5 o'clock, was leaving blown oil 'purifies the blood. Prepatedonl; .
and Hoses suitable; foi Southern planting is now ready and will be mailed freeon the yards when one side of the A large piece of the rooof, Hotel The Putnam Pharmacy, corner Rn '
W THE INSTALLMEPLAN j application track gave way caneenng a portion of Osceola was taken off and the farnl*I acM Lemon street.' .Sample bottle K

the train. The pilot of the engine was ture was considerably damaged. r .. aplklf ,,
From $15.00 Up. POMONA WHOLESALE NURSERIES, injured and U had to be taken to theJ. A number of the tine oaks in the lot1 r"W"aJter MoLarty, n boy twelve yea 1

wing Machines (all kinds)repaired Wholesale and Retail ., T. & K. W. shops for repairs. Inspectors owned by J. T. Dunn, in the Ilntn- ,at Crow's Bluff, o .edu lat wee ,

u.satisfaction euaranteed.5UPTLIES we D. GRIk'FING Prop. sent out over this road report mock, was entirely uprooted, Whtle picking berries, encountered '
+ Jil:IIIvE great damage to the track.between here Capt. Tom Strange with his faithful large rattlesnake, which he succeed! f

B. W. HOWELL Macclenny. Baker Co., Florida.DARLING'S. and Putnam Hall. little steamer, was detained on acctumof in killing. The snake measured "
the and did not reach PalitkauntllThursday feet and nine inches and bad LJ ita..
Tn! J., T. .t K. VT. storm, ....
J.DION STREET, NEAR SEcmm.l.O.u Inspectors report severe loss and injury noon. rattles and a button. J '

.,..--- I to the road bed of this line between Ihe veranda to the residence of Mrs. i NoV to the time while there wU"
here and Green Cove Spring. The DeVall was blown off. Not muchdahi- .1
MISS KATE LUCASMILLINERY. glut in the markets to begin shipping
bridge at Rice Creek,four miles northof age was done to the hot se$ but the jour oranges. We admit it to too green,

Animal Bone Fertilizers this place, is a wreck and will haveto ladies[ wbo were in it at tit time were hut people will buv and pay: splewhdlcM
be structure. Reports considerably frightened as t aey thoughtthat
replaced by a new for yellow frtiit. We are Jn al. \
-ANDFANCY I from tho road south of here say tht whole house was$|!ng.: position to color: H for you in heated I I

COODS. MANUFACTCRED BY- there are many washouts'and loss of Business in the city wI; practically cellars in rje of the largest cities tin

trestles. Large gangs odmen are out suspended Wednesday m fonsequence the East. Send only bright fruit.not!
p.Stickles' Old Stand, Lemon Streetr on this road making the needed repairs. of the bad weatfrerStifoh. ; ? .. smaller than 2-24 and as large as tuft

L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co Trains are expected to be running over I Postmaster Anderson and his assistants have it. Liberal advance to all why \

this road to-morrow. have had a test for the past request it. Tnofc. R. TOWNS,
TIlE FLORIDA SOUTHERN' two days,there being no mail to handle. Jacksonville!; Fruit Auction Co. .
From' information it now anoeara We miss those railroad trains that --'- }
jtollinsCollege been coming from the north,. x
OF PAWTUCKET, IL I. that this road suffered less than any catering BOND
east, south and west to cur very door I '
the city but still the damage is almost every hour in the day, bnnztag STOCK OF NORTHERN GROWN
such as to stop the movement of trains the news of the world. We have cfen GARDEN sEED GUARANTEES -
: I IfII and later information make known to the conclusion that railroads are '
I areat institutions, and should bo more EVERY SEED TV COME UP-
other losses more serious than those
highly appreciated by the public.DeVilThe ..,
WivrtR PARK FLA. O E. WEEKS: C- already reported. A wrecking train Last Saturday night, just w
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j I was sent out on this road this morningand ... dosing the saloon of M. Loeb, n

J iCHooi.IAOIKaod OF ninnioHEfiT G 2 TLFJIES.GRADE Fan :Term FOK" NO. 6 BOSTWICK BLOCK COUXEK BAY AXD':.MA1syrs., it is thought trains will pass over Smith,' the bar-tender, discovert] ,
>5HTOBk.il; *, t W. 8rea M.U1Iot" s.: this road to-day. behind cf r
white hiding
man a
estate academic frvf+ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .
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JaVla.W, an gad plyrlai trai.lil Our information as !O the effect upon S. door. A policeman was called .. .
;uv! profefwor toon bea-aiw tttal) tMtnMaoe aM heatATal.; is IwiMCoa Fortn.forma&iola send for ItKKR UKXORAZOA Oou. r7-lT the East Coast line is meage'r, but suffice he was escorted to jail, IGf ..;., ,; ,
,rtes addnn to that it was ss badly damagedas --" ,
FAIRCHILP. I say "-----" jest.e
.1 ICHARLE8G h h the use of t*.mi*who prtfeaMy.t.ndth j
,. FteMdent.fOULTRY. = any of the other roads entering this .highest la tW priitlm craft ft to.therefor The Orange BioomeuLltnonetreet: tt .'. .'
School Books! School !
Supplies : city. Tbe.lri4ge by which the trains C ver cut*,from right a that typo-fowlcf't the astb.adso.ie matrix type is toe neatest and snit popularpcetn I ,t''

of this road cross l the St. Johns was Should, bear tbe M*.of DeVl..... Th.r*art Palatka.: Go there for meals wen in ,lE
but sustained only"slight I tau style*f DtVUoe n.w boat ups by town. \,
\Ve hilts on the way the Largest and Cheapest Stock of submerged, the varies fon4rt. "DeY\..*," '
damage.: I DeVinne Stoft." -Dt Vfen*Sk.J.."apt If yea desire make a setttfi !
School Supplies ever in Palatka. *DeVtan OirtRae.
XOTE6 i to
jour library the new edl&tt !he
-(. I Our "AESOP TABLET" For FIVE CENTS. The-tin roof of the-building occupied 1 OeVinne Outline Encyclopedia Brtttai nka.fj,

PURE BRED STOCK. I FLQlUl5A\ by.il. Loeb& Co., was partially blownofi' ; thing to add. li is up to U d
;bt a large force of men put it back i It'.. s-via intt abets aaJ Is "bjr far the the
I only encvcl: jpeda that ., i
----- MM< rcflaei ef aU the haml.ome DeVmn M .
pRlltD PLYMOUTH ROCKS, I in shape aid fixed U temporally.natil fce There Is netMmf about ts safest
Prices in TeucliertCochran&s ,
JOJ\N: and WHITE LEGIIOR -. I IIAN Special School Supplies, to : the weather permitted the tinners to haul) that seemf t" focia0r attract to its I Gr Do yr<. "1ID1. good suer
GAMES and PEKIN it is condition. asa tile aJrerdser who, is coasoovf than If no, buy OB'lireet ix.; t menu "
Book Store. put tile anted".wt kW to pment to rile public ;
Dl i'KSc4t The* Fred. DelJary, which was on m rests o.tA ova intrinsic merit .nJ Joes sot !' facturers and -uv 30 piae,' y y1tt ; ,
'I ; therefore need the bombast at 6Uit for prices of ibt.r: fine if >r
her wart Jacksonville on her tint trip .
-.u.Qnm -- aiite
of the season got bung on the tresses to PAVIEB & GH at- :

'" \MK\T FISH Muiu, Slid : the bridge for several noun draw, You May,Have Noticed tress.. Factory---r, We'aka' ,, tf .

MICA CRYSTAL G.aIL ruarnlnz: her, right wheel hoase befog '.Thcl IHerary works of the hi ftest dlMac.KIa ., J. I. ilcCa]:u.11, A as is
Wu for prices &0. t ;;:;;::.ra. 'Lemon St., first door West Front PAkATKA, FLA. I slightly damaged. She was tied up at II \ as D.c the Ecyctop4J oauy,..lavarlaMy Brhannka.Ceamrx duos.a the city Tuesday and p Dleee
the Florida Southern dock all day wait- o4est typo Nell as tava JvertisT tits can. ilx. MeUH .
:s: ..LxE x, """ This Is especial/true Of Uie jfnt apt ur ;
A.TT ; tag for the wind to subside so as sh that t
We are offering a Large lot of Useful and Fancy Ctuna at Half Price .lo ...d work,wbjeb Is almost tevarltVy *. Bjhtokij i ft "s 3lon
iInterlachen Fla. could continue on her trip. She left taught to y..soars by a B..of this and
**' day tow off
the ;ia
make room for our Fall Stock. ,Oil and tee stock and l price*. late in the afternoon. **Oe*iaute ObtitaM.. i1eT
si'boot to(;ocbrane's > other serious daflaa e one.Drbci .
sapflks, go ;
J'J't.ore. j I Also examine our New Devite for_Marking Orange: oxes. ItSavesr nand B The tin roof of the residence- \L- -

Money. f I Reed street which is occupied by Mr 't .

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; JOIIJ T.1LXS. 'tbetn. The complaint that King John I N0 ONl I NOTICE OF SALE.

makes not BO much against the demo! .

poDMDee' TimH nJd. cratic part as .,against a democratic \-trHEBI ,g I I 1 In Circuit Jasdielal('.urt

KETKA, September partisan administration such as we now I >I> under\ William J....Hardy.. n al cr=of Florida.
Florida, did tposing } la aDd for Dun
While King John is opposed to anther hare. amendnll llicent J. Taliaferro et&. 00un&1 111 Chall- e .

does not like to State of Florin. u I leery.TCRSUAXCE .
State or another people making King John repeat a Tote of t.hree-I OF A DECREE OF TOE

things, but would say in a calm and in elected to each idfe of the Court above named rendered
airs for this State or in any way inter- Bald Joint Resold above entitled cause on the 7th day of
an emphatic way, we must have a their revpectir offer
A. It. IAW, the undersigned
erring with our custom, he freely and change in .the election law. If the and direct nays that tbereo the sal, Reno T puhli an< mm. for cash, en MONIE -
boldly admits that other State or FIKST OAT 0> Ol IOBER. A U. WALTER
any mitted to the electoo le State
I democratic party can't accomplish it election be r th' led li Mir- of !'ale. in front ofthe
to held tn
may other people coold make decided :ir: UIMIM! of aid uinal.l'a
we must have some other party. Thereare Tuesday next sncceeil: the SrsOctober City 'n Ja'km-nrille] in raid l
improvement on the laws now in forcein ISM the said 1 '.day bean How n.in.: .!-. situate in the TKOMA'WHOLESALE
I other laws in the mill ready to day. of the said October. m,8L.I.'If' I lorula",, to wit
Florida. the said Joint Resolutions read a> fot
grind KING JOHN. vtz; Sec TI". R.
Take, for,instance, the election law. ARTICLE IV 5 :: weKs i
: :. 8 :Te
It I is a disgrace to the people, a disgrace Section a of Article X.VL shall be amended .. ...17 .- .;e ,

to the that enacted it and BS to read as follows; J .. ..:411 -- ::7e''
party Section ft, I nail criminal cares prosecuted in I, ,..%1 M :tit' I
a disgrace to the State. All the best the natnebf the State, when the defendant: is !f se/n of win A 5* I AND IlETAILORANGE
Insolvent or discharge, tbe teal costs ana ex :en
citizens in all the parties are opposedto pen es, Including the feet of officers shall be ..l0' Is She rG ,
paid by the counties where the crime is committed es 5 ifs.sw .
it and every citizen ashamed of it; under inch regulations as shall V prescribed ,,det 5 M ale
i indeed the that made it is by law; and all fines and fonuitures ns. nt .. IS Se ITS !
party collected under the penal laws of the Stan' shall '7e

ashamed of it and-promased to repeal I be paid Into the County Treasuries of the re- et d n '> tie 27e I II
cpectire counties as a general county fund to be
It, tut the fraud suited the'rtisan5 in Ii i applied to such legal costs and expenses. exte Said,: to ": -ale which in.a, a>MMVt lie Ro ER.

the dominant party so well that they ARTICLE V. spnzed; a prulweed, l purchaser -
and el! ir parcels will
j declined to repeal it in the last Legis I Section I of Article VI, of the Ocmrtitutkm, Ishereby be uttered se
amended so IIfI too1&1 fellows
lalure, and thereby practically endorsed I fcrerymale person( the age of twenty-one August GF ROW,
I years and upwards that shall, at the time of AL BtiSTWIdK,
it. j 'registration* be B citizen of the United States, W, C.INI'.AD.aul44w .
The question is frequently asked "Is and that shall hnx- resided and had his habitation ('ommiMtofien.SOCIAL .
domicile, home and perm rentabode .
oar State government j;1Ddcr the resent in Florida for one year, ntl the county -Est ------
I for six nonthft, shall in such county be deemed VSILU'S.' &ALJS.
administration a blessing or a fall- : a qualified elector at all ejections under this

lire?" So far at givjnj fIo the citizen I COllltltutiuD'atul'I&lJ&ed United States at the time of and ciUaens before of rttittration tbe- DF.R AND BY A IRTI""E OF A DEr.RE: I WRAPS

all his just rights-are "toncerned it is.a shall produce to the registration officer U of Fur I ..if n' ,,red I Sale 1 remUml in the I r
I his certificate e* naturalization or a duly certified Circuit Conn ot the Fifth Judicial CU\'lut of the I
failure. Anything which breeds discontent / I copy thereof. State of Florida, for the County of i'u'nam. hy l .
V.Sectloi. Ute Hon. W. A. Hooker Judge; of said (Court t
is a curse. Governments are I 7 of Article \"I, of the Constitution! is dated the ltd day of August ISM, in a certain .
I eaoce pending in said Court, wherein Charlotte 'AND
hereby repealed.
established to the weak the
Toller and William W. Tidier are complainants
: all -the laws 'sbi nld favor .the Tired 'VeakNervous ARTICLE: VI. and Mariraretta H. BnrUnd and Samuel C. Hut- .i
poor ,
Section?:, of Article%II, of the Constitution land are defendant, I will sell at public auction I .
ttrngglins: poor manxotto build up is hereby amended so BS to read as follows for evil, to the highest and liest bidder at thefront
Could Not Sleep. Section. ProrMes)shall be made by law for door of the Court house in FiUtta,in said
". the neb, the corporations, the trusts I the apportionment and distribution of thein- County of Putnam on the ORANGE BOX MA-
and the only. tere-ton the State s partisans "
Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston, means provided iacradiog the special tax for
The condition of the democratic Idaho, says: "I was all run down, the support and maintenance of public free helD! the 1st day of said monttv during thelegafhonrs
schools,among the several counties of tbe State
it being unanimous In weak nervous and irritable through in to the attendance of :ale" on that dry,alfjujfrt piece or
party- every proportion average upon parcel; of land situate in I\iti nor-
ranch of the menP-gives it the overwork. 1 suffered from brain fatigue schools the aid counties respectively Ida to-wit The south half q northwest ,1

govern mental depression, etc. I be- Now, therefore notice of such determinationis quarter of the southeast o arter fbtrti.n Two .. TERIAL. ,
ti power to carry out a partita administration came so weak and nervous that I hereby given, with the followlnt instruction: (21 in Township Ten(lo), South of]tinge) Twenr>-
t ix V26 East containing1 twentyacre more or
because the partisans always could not sleep would arise tired, Any elector desiring to vote at "u<'h election in JtoM. ) EUlER.'Uln.l8HELL.. 4 r
discouraged and blue. I began taking favor of the said eadmenta, shall have written HENRY STRI NZ. JI&8l>e Ul Master. t .
control ie action. of a party when it is or printed on the same ballot on which the Cunplainanta' Solicitor

.' Unanimous. The greatest danger in a i Dr. Miles'\ Nervine any names office of or the offices person at or said persons election voted are]forAfor writ ten

partisan government is- that it leads to or printed and on the same side thereof as such Notice for_Pubtieat4u ..JP
and now everything is changed 1 names are written or printed, the words"For tail

:,"monarchy and breeds contempt among sleep soundly I feel bright, active the Amendments," and any elector desiring to : L41rDOma"ITG.A D'ElYIt.LE, FLA., |t
vote against the amendments, shall have
the:"people. When p"tople' show con and ambitious. I can do more in one written or printed on such ballot. on the side I H2REBJ.-OIVL'Ii'"2I,1s94. f I
than I used do i thereof above prescribed, the words VICE IS THAT THE
toventment day now to in a week. Against : TiRT
7 tempt "tor it displays! I the Amendments." 1 1> following named settler hak AII'.Iice of l
a this
For Dr. Miles'torathe
great good pive
.detiinco administration and The votes cast on this question shall be his intention tamake final proof in support of I "
to the Nervine the sole credit. vasned and declaration and return thereof C"In-1 bill claim amiMat aid proof will! he made before -
this attitude begets anarchy. There be made by the inspectors and by tbe .tosephl Cleric Circuit <" mrt, at l"a HOMAS"
: It Cures. CanvasslnZ; Board, and bv the State lunvaotlng i ,tka, Fla... onOjrOBrK18TR, lo::1.I. nz: Franc
must be a change. The whole principle Board,in the same manner and at the same times )t. )Rankle of nrterla< hen. Fla.. Mil iM.I'7. fore ,
Dr. Miles' Nervine sold on positive as votes cast for persons for offices at said election +4 of sw'4< vw'lof M'4' Sec JO, and fist/4 of
of our election laws must be gnarsnteethat tbe r:1: bottle J'1 benefit. re required by law to be canvassod,declaredand nwty.! it. -4E.

L I II changed. They {must be more liberal, All drueplsu sell It at il? .e bottle for 15 orb returned.The He names tbe following!\ wmtoo prove
will foe prepaid, on of attention of the sheriffs Is called to the his coiitinnoui rest ien<'e cultivation
mote free. Tbev'fchould= be Id free that the l>r. Mh Medical Ca receipt. ElLhart,price Ind. law requiring them to cause a notice of the said ..f. said land via Ah iti nEd InterUcben. Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant
election to be pnUfobed in a newspaper printedin Fla., Lott Alle>o. of Fla M 1.
I every man who is subject to the laws the County,if there be a paper in toe county; Johnson, of Oran hn. >'la., S,.E. TUomons. of "
if there be no paper published in tbe county GrandiB. Fla J. p.. AAIU O,
I should have a voice in, Baying who --- --- -- they shall cause at least five copies of this noticeto au7Iw Regteter.

,fchoud[ make them. The Custom House receipts at Tampa be posted. in the most public places in the Cor. Lemon and Water Streets

Every 'member of tha.last. Legislature have been $2,000 every day in August, county.In testimony whereof I have hl'rfUftLolet my Notice of Election.
Sunday included. hand and have hereunto afflxM the
was a democrat a'nd if the Legislature -, [L.'S.; Great Seal of Florida, at Tallahassee, PALATKA, FLORIDA.
failed in bringing the people I the capital this JSth day ot June A.
l>.. 1e4.
I The Crowning Beauty of WomanIs To ALL AM SumvLAB TKB SuBim' THE:
any .of the reforms Demanded aDd JOHN L CRAWFORD
a luxuriant growth of Hair lieggs' Secretary of state. Sit I:HAL Coqxrtn or mm STATK or
promised the responsibility! must rest Clair Renewer is guaranteed to give To JOHN HAGAN, Sheriff rntuam Cuunty.JnlyCtd t'LOBIDA:

with the, democratic part)?. The democratic satisfaction, as it is" purely a vegetable Kxow ye that 1, JOHN: L CRAWFORD,
will 'participate in the of the State of Florida, 4o
soon and acts directly on
party prcpaiation, .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. hereby give notice that a
another election. The democratic! roofs of the hair. Sold and warranted

overwhelmingly elected. by H. E. Stewart, Palatka. Lax DGr caaTOalxxaviLLa FLA* t GENERAL ELECTION'Wnt
party will be September 1, II9-&. M held In Putnam County Stated Florida,

\ Under the present election law it could Furnished rooms for rent. Apply to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE la onTULMiAY lovemberA.l next).aacesedi.g 1&4, the said the first Tuesday Mottdajr be-

not be otherwise. What.are the people Mrs. H. J. Ireland, lleid's garden, named settler has filed notiC'-of In/the -
his intention to make final proof in support -
to expect from the coming Legislature, Palatka. mylStf of his claim, and that said proof w il. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBEII,1894. :
be made bolero Clerk Circuit Court at Falatka,
anything more than they cot from the That Isntne Unfit can *">e rwrrit with Fla, on OCTOBER J5TH 194, vii. William, For: one RitPBEfcESiAmK tNxtriet: ol nonaa: of the InI.e_First_Cta-

Dr. Mlk* NKUVK BLASTER Oaty 35c. Miller, of Uannervlle, Fla Hd 18.7M. for tbeSKf j1"CNIlonal fourth Cone* of the Caked states. nttjr- -
last Legislature I Ey, and Nt, of SE >4, S>ec. 32, T,*, S.R. For one KxrBFNKXTATiVB: of the Second Cengrettional .
The Times-Union, the boss of the SUMMER EXCURSIONand i 2611:. District of Florida In the Fiftjr- I .
He names the following witnesses to provehis fourth of the Caned State
[democratic party, recently published SINGLE TICKETSVia continuous residence _I>oft and cultivationof The attention Congress of the Sherid Is called to tbx I JOSEPH R. DUNN My BakclY"OUI'
I ,said land, vis: J hn T. Minim, of Kanner- law requiring them to ea..... a notice of the said ,\ ,
afnduits from several men who swore the. Popular Georgia Southern and yule, Fla., C. A. Brown of }Bannervilki. Fla- election to be published in a neweoaper rotted 4 '
[that they had been offered from f3(,() Florida Railroad W. H.}Hahan et MamnervUle, Fla.; IL \. Ale. la the county, U there be a paper In the county, l
,of Fla.
Craney If there be ftO paper published tn the eoallty. I ::::
to >$500 for their votes in the conven Now on* 'sale from Jacksonville! Pa- .e7- w J. )I. BARCO Register. they shall caw at least five copies:: ol tiiin notice in
to be |posted in the most public places IB the tl
lion. These men had not yet glad latka and all principal points in Flonra. mntj. Groeer. ,

led in politics, and consequentlyere Parties from points on J., T. & K. W., NOTICK FOR PCIJL1CATION. In testimony whereof I hare hereunto ret my, I :
of Florida \
hand.aou affixed the Great bosh
South Florida J. St. A. & I. K.
still honest. But who shall tell an Fla at Tallahassee the Capital, this Rob day ofAuirugt. Out ofto
Lain: Orna..T G.&l"nsnt.1.Eo ,
Florida railroads south of .
Southern } A.1).154.L .
Aag-st l
ow many took the $300 or SoOO()( and Palatka, will find it to their interest to [ *) JOHN L. CRAWFORD :
Secretary of State. --*-- j for read Cake
ever IBid anything about It. But sup e tickets via Palatka and the JL> following named settler has filed notice of To J W IlA'iAS, Sheriff (ang3l] :
Georgia Southern and Florida railroads his Intention to make final proof in support f'
ose there were none, the offer to of his claim,and that said proof will be made '' filled prompt
as they make direct connections from before Price, Clerk Circuit Court, at l'alatka. F Iollr t
.. rite voters shows the character of Union[ Depot at Palatka with the above Fla-. on Oct.ie.1554, viz: W. L. DOUGLAS Phoenix Block any quanlft

10 partisans or bad men in the party; road Double daily !service from Pa. FRANCIS R. HASKINS, of InterUchea, FU. I3THEBCST. I I!

ho will rule or ruin it at any cost of lath as follows: Homestead 1 2M. for 719>,of g W '/. Sec > $3 SHOE "08QUtAIUNG. :
and K of 8 E Sec S R M, E. .
H !
Trains leave Palatka at :o:25a.; n.. "I
< laractcr. Has the party the back He names the toUBwtllC: witnesses. to prove his *5. CORDOVAN, ;' I WRITE
and 3:35 p. m. for all points. Sleeping contlnBoresidence. upon and eultivation of, fRENCH&ENAMEUfDCAiFLADIES' Lomon FOR PRICELFl !
1 kick the bribers oat1
ne to said land vii Baker of iBterlarbmFU. a:
car on niltbt train Palatka to Macon: : Spencer s4.t.s. FHCAIf&ICJiM1 !
trbe election laws of Florida are a .. Relent Ray, of Inteelaeben, }'1a.. John
also PULLMAN llcrFET SLEETING CAR Thornton of lateriacfaen, Ft*.. David Watts, of & i J.. POUCE.3S0LtS.

t&graeeto and civilization a black page, a in fraud our history.on thepeople JACKSONVILLE THROUGH SLEETING TO NASHVILLE.CAR TICKETS InterUcben, FU. J. M. BVROU Register ( ) $Z .!'J EN$ Do You Like. IIf You Doi f fTea

Icwaa, the work of the dirty minds of TO AND SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. : $2.fL BIY SHCE3.s
NATI. Train leaves Jacksonville (10'. '

dirty politicians. To show what desperate C. & P. Depot), 6:30 p. m. I Dm AM BY-VIRTl'E- OF A FINAL t 3=0a2 fiONGC and Coffee ? Try My Goods.

S deeds these partisans will do The above line is via Lake City Macon U Deeree of Foreclosure and sale rendered .
Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville on August Ut 181/0&. by tbe Hon. 'it'. A. SEND FOR CATALOGUE
"when In of the advocatesof ,
power one Hocler, of the Fifth Judicial Circuit IlV.l.oDOUCLAS.BROCKTCN !
Judge ,
thu law confessed in the Times- known as the DalE FLyER." of Florida, in and for Putnam County AIA3S.VeB I KEEP ONLY TIIB FMTMTCanned \RAn... You will say they are PURE, \VuJutOJJB .
Passengers from Palatka for Atlanta and of record lathe office of tbe Clerk of the \\'. L.
:Union that he "knew it was a fraud said Court of said(bass,,, in a chancery cave can en'e tneney by parcl&.s'.C EOOJOJIICAL '
and beyond, take Sleeper at Lake City. therein pending, wherein Thomas H. Ratting a.OOIIIltlaliaaat. !> (!a -*.'rttirer ofad"crtised % AND ,,<>ETH TSl
the largest 1
Becaase we are
when he voted for it." For tickets sleeping car reservations : and Siam: IteWetton et aid,are defendants shoes in the worl". .. ruirantee .

What kind of a fraud is a fraud who and full particulars, write or therein, L as Special! Master the In Chanters""iiiit'll appointed fur- the value br stamping the na-H "d price oa Fruits ? PRICED
execute same -cai-tt high
bottom, which protect y -
will vote for a fraud knowing it was a i call on W. II. LCCAS, cash to tbe highest and best Mdder. in front prices and the middleman's fourafcoe; i 4
I Florida Passenger Agent, of the Court Home door ra Talatka, lotnamCounty. equal custom work in atyU, eas fitting and
fraud at the time And yet this man 'Xrt.77 West Bay Su.Jacktonulle Fla. Florida on the I II weariiur qaalitiel. We hare then sold everywhere Test Prices
for the Talnc given than TIlE VERY CIIOICMT IN THB MARKET My !
Is preaching gospel on the stump to G. A. MACDONALD, G. P. A.. FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. IK*, as other at tower lDIIt.e.price Take BO .ubstltlde. It'OUl'dealer

still Macon Ga. the ame being the rule day of said month.daring cannot supply yea we CaJ:. Sold b/ f ,
.day. Hut his confession went .
And be
I th.1qal hours of sale on that day all tbe ollow- con\iacd that I live tiny
the log piece or parcel of land lying and being in up
further. Ho laid that con I
the County of l'ntnam and State of Florida, to- S. 3T. STC>y..:: S profession of 'Annxo
nU .t. <<< dititr; /x>f this fraud "there were cast wit Being tin n b of lot nnniber -
-FOB THE HE1U>OOFTHE 1r10SBotdnI6BloodBath- [ eight'eat), in Mock: number t forty-Cm ((43)), McMEEKIN FLA.C. and '
M; vole when there were but 1.000 as shown on the map of the city Palatka, ;
Putnam connn. floe<:la. In>unde :the north- :
tea the and only 700 paidpll A. KX OWLTX Pomona Fla
to in county i j east l h> Dodge street, and one hundred and fifty ,
Ux." He went still farther and ,1il1' feet thereon and on the southeast' by Emmett YOU WILL BUY
FOB .tree:. and M'venu'.rI"e ((75 fm thereon; ..\. J. ICEYNOLDS.jy Vegetables ?
silted that "there were twenty coun- ski; ;BijDi; j on the northwest by a line parallel to Emmett!; ,
All street and one hnmtred an f fifty UO)feet distant WHAKA, FLA. MORE ME
> or
tl in the State where the same kind .S therefrom, which Bald northwest line in THAN ANY (1_

of f aud was committed," and yet the .It purifies, builds up and enriches seventy-five ((75, feet long. on the southwest bya
line parallel tc Di>dge street and seventy-five \LU.AT&UTE TlllOt. II 008 E. >
R san talk about their angels fZfcthe blood, and never fails \75) feet distant therefrom and which aid
papers ii By to cure the most Inveterate southwest line lo one hundred and fifty >t50): feet LIFE SEEDSon
in tir party and purity in our elections BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES lone Being the same lands ,.canwyef) by E. C. ---- I --
II Raffen\ and wife h> dee! d_ d 4th day of Feb- tea.\ ,
receipt of ten CMits. It U admitted St
.\ If directions are fol- ruU)'. liWl. to KUa l>e U etAaHEXR profcMors and doctors In Europe and liasrsns Ililniching .
ftuthorm published in the lowed. Thousands of grate- \ !"TRUXZ. ever dincoverxd equate it tor i.mil-lar the STAPLES.
TC same
ful people sound its praises Special Matter vitality. rrstorUg the appetite, rMBoriac f lme ;
-ttuon the following inrcgtfd E. E. JlA KELL. Comptaimanc's SnliiBtnr. m tie ,
Tim = and attest its virtues. j wtn be rm *t tkte "low prithc In order to i rp'odk '
to the -h.llot box law:" "And it a Ibe pebtis address -- -. .
= tZ WRITE for Book of Wonderful LIFE 8E i>CO.,Tribune Bldc..New York.f ,
unless It fc changed the farce (fraud) B. L. Lilientha! GUM-ELASTIC LADIES I DO SOU nOil
Cures, sent free on ape I
'wBt,(stew broader' and broader until S- tJon. $ I DR. FELIx LE
rli BRUN'S
for Sale.
,someday the actual majority of citizens FURNITURE Oran Grove !
If not kept by local druggist >, STEEl fiND pJ
your PijHYROY
wfll fcve to r'sor( to' fort to effect a I II L
\ 3 send f i.oo for large bottle, or #5.00 5 I ROOFING.C i

nfc r ." 5 for six bottles, and medicine will be w LaD1ps": liable are the eve oricIlIIIJ 011 the and only F 6ECCII '- .atl*

'O'Waiider that people of other 0 sent. freight paM, by fti JN. ACRES LAM>. fur sere lcq I : mail 6eat1 M wad mvhet 0547 bJ'., 1'r1ce.a) etsi,
te talkiu: about our laws- IILOOD U.iLtt co., .Atlanta Ga.bNAc Z CROCKERY, Tree Tn-< 'I'i wthfryit M'KERX.a: STEW f
T.T.JrlJlCgt.u .
!to Now ---, 'P- WXIrnIa: w_ ; five miles west I.f T-uatka, at' ''''It only *2.00 per 1110 +'IlUE' feet. Makes a
9liou M4nesI! of our )law's. ... I' put it ..n. antic.1e .uJent
{ .andMrcBHeB :
For sale at TilE PUTNAM 17niel Church. Pno o. !;O'od re 4fseers any I Pn,4tka, Jtt
PHARMAI'Y Matting. PAI\T' {"ta only tO rents
wits ilo about it? Hast ai'potsand. nUJI-JU.A.TJC! :
(.eom to Jfot infornuition. wr::<' < r 'an! >n I .4 -.t for gallon -
1\t party t cot the back'K' >nefrauds corner Second and LemonStreets. /ar. J. W. TnoM\- W. "'Tl;,\ '.}.F..1tI' l MhB. Cotareferk SB Intel lot Mot -'''i 1' J....m S- .tin'... :' IE BBDiraaSBSJMfl
Go\o F. PEKK. Irma hiefs. ] will last for TrafTar ITties&B4BSBs
ap20-( I i an '''
10 .o theM to repeal then Dep rtiBet IB charge lbe1lDC1enigoed.D. >iBrsa psss aDd fill partl utan. 'I r- --=L.S=:' ':-
Undertaking: B. WILLIS! '
a ntrige > justice, on hbcrtv, on human i :: M Galata
FREE TRIAL. f964f ap13ea Williston, Fla.
-ti,2 .tat We want a firm. honest & G A
liberal and an economical government. WEAK :MEN fal SsS'ereri ernw.5KToftBt Wrinkled 39 and 41 West Broadway. (EW YORK .-. ._army--
TeDow.Dried Up and
A democratic administration can be IT vigor, Vartonreto, etc. erytM no vain' FORGINNING. mh2 Local ArenU WADte4.nn'l'O .rr...,nar.d v_..._..w...
\' a.rdy t'UL! Br Its nee, thousands of Is this the way your fate looks I NGINES ."..' "' ....._ ''
the people as any other. oases of the very wont kind and of 1 lour fetandBjr C U RE '"-"'
as true W Purifier and mood -"
Blood .
.: so ....
tare bees restored to perfect bealui. I ,OUOtentimonia ,try Be3f 1.L K 1 tbler'd ln '1, ..........tt:
There are noble and faithful men in .front an over the world rrtce per Maker. It not only purifies the blood. Meet economical sad .InnWe. Cheapest and .t .+5$wk.&l5o1catalogs. :=et For sale by ACEE1Cl.'f". '
pBckMe si-oo NJ: for is n. Trial I face the market for ca.h. Variable Kn package sent a eat i in
but this class but renews it and gives your a..aW
the democratic party, securely.pleb for 19-centa pottage. eed Saw Mills and Standard InofemeetK <;' '.dan't office don't run the ma- Address. Tb.Gonid Remedial Arencr, I bright youthful appearance. Sold and rally Send tot tatl,r.e A R. KAROI HAK asla.4RentaYm.m I 'Fla. '
get into X. W, Palatka. Agricultural Works, I cI* bil.M'and
Cor. Wabash Av and I2th SLXetWD warranted by H. E. Stewart, lX. >.. Ltd. .rea.n-y1Y<1& I a
i because the partisans can't work tai paper. Chicago,I1J i oak,Pa. Yeeds.LY btsaiwar.h Yueb.a. ,

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CortwJice"EL1K.1 Ttmes Her&W.squiBS. Mr.. B.largest last M. Baer clothiers, one, made of Jackeon.nlle' an assignment CURES ISIN6BREAST The St.Bapti[ AssoBeulah- " " " "

Friday. elation ,
DELAYED LET 'En.l he ---

The new altar for' the Cathedral at DapU on Fri. Pimples Blotches
will soon and we
open, . :: ,
are St. Augustine arrived last week. It i It In October. P 4 P P
Ub fortunate in obtaining a

teacVjJf file reputation with ten made of marble and cost 2200. Fty welcome :: and Old Sores .

yea erience. Miss Smith is from The Law and Order League at Pen "MOTH'EllRIEND"! I bare rt bee ling by river :: PRICKLY ASH POKE ROOT
steamer '
Xenij. and to Mr. Reynolds is due sacola are preparing to make it hot for taU-wife for many yean, and la each H Catarrh Malaria
whereMother**Frtemd" had beenused f' Fruitland on ::
the the Sabbath breakers at that place. -
9s. The school house is being: accomplished wonder and reliCTed.ufferinr. .
One saloon keeper was arrested Sandal It I*the beat remedy for r here teams will
pMind the work is done m thelD08nUC the breast known,and worth the J Sr Makes. dKidneyTroubles

mauner. Professors Dale L alone. Sims JII.)I.Bac slay Friday nights, to ---

are doing It, which Inflamed burning )loa 'ir dlfferant stop-i --- Marvelous Cures Ar* ..(*-. /".*y..yrrr.-- .
itching crusty 1 can ten an expectant moths es. T by rail will i ....,
guarantee. and scaly akin and scalp of infants use a few bottle of Mother Prickly A." Poke Boo and FotaaIUBS. .
fo through the ordeal witboiredMotber make ecial f tae frsat** blood purifier oa ---.,
S'ijone asked me if I saw theethpof : soothed and cured by Johnson's Oriental .deriDe. )Iu. arrangementsth *.
I POison..M
Soap. For sale by Ackerman & clerk, where they will be met at grin Blood AsmtwO..July41,1591. ==
the moon the other night. funtington the J. Misses LIPPHAW BBO*., Savannah.Gsvt .
I'I'We1lClid Stewart, druggists. PrIeM on T. & K. W. '....,
WnJ..1' r DiAasras-I bourbt abouleoi
and went It several--better eighth child.
MJta.J.r.Sent way. Rheumatism o'Pl-at Ht 8prUr.Ark..snd --

T" ron loads of friends came sev'j At Leroy, on Friday, a man by the by express,charges p t By order of Church. ..- It nentbt'trMUB-sataltlxHotaprtn-* more rood' taaa tor***. '

erdies house it and of Tom kicked his wife U. J. WILLIAMS, ..- \ hAd tor.bottl* C. o. rxTor ...
to my see name Maloy .f price$1 JO per Souls.BRADFIELD aesp.ehA oars
we 'i look between the nu- I delicate condition in Clerk Beulah Baptist Church, ..- and Scrofula '
it in acts: who was in a i REO Fruitland, Fla. -. ....1'12..Ih'o.. foamy i13.Imo .

mer' times managed to use. up al the stomach, from the effects of which! : Sold by an druggists. Ae OA P. P. P. ,aria..u..blood.builds % )ea.8.D.8......... '

Pckjfl; cards, in Spite of a two'cenl she died. One of the first official acts of Col- tt.stre week fta to wakened sad 0.bwiatd a.rv..sepia glv. ,.. .ff r4i'. fI sNf teie.r.r I hew

tax;Uw It from beginning to end, and The Melbou H Bie fish* lector Wilson on entering upon the "- dlsea.es.glvfnttae where pati..th.sietses gloomy Itkand et b'P.test1ty P. P.tothewosd.rtalpro for ereptlop. of the pertie.-skis. If -
BAT T.. Tried it KK* Gorman SalTO =aes. .d.red '0. ....raa years with.us.Ightly
W U for a reappearance till 2 o'clock, ermen at tha H Rng daily duties of office was to supplant the picture ..- cs aA4laui&1I4. first pr.vi.d. nod di.s r..p1. .,.ptt_Os .
For Piles? If not, why not? Can you 07 'aOll. I tried .-.ry knows twm.apW .*
ttUiBbe interval by having a wash about 200 poil K, besides of Benjamin Harrison, ex-Presi -. prtmary.seeoadsry. blood and t.nl.m.nud1" bet la Tala.aatll P. P. P. was need, .'
afford to suffer longer for the sake of for aad am BOW raUrvIr cared.taigaed .
downlead and butter feast. Even that of 25 cents. This is the price of the I furnishing t l Bth all the dent, with that of Grover Cleveland, ..-. la Hal all pouon.Mood nsUrl and skia. dyspepsia.diseases, like and by> J. IX JOH5STOXSaraaaaa.Oa.. -_

wou, Dot bring it. We intend watching fish they want.* President. blotches, pimples;old chronic&lOll'"
greatest salve on the market. Sold and ..- Setter scald bMO. bolls. eryslpcU Sklai Cases. Cured.w'
of i
fluently for eclipses. I hope my warranted II. E. Stewart Palatka. f csests-wentsy ssr. wlthooi tear !
by ..
Dr. Miles'NerTO Plasters!'5e. .t all dnuxlaU. eontredietion.taa$1'.P.P.isStebees Zpfmayflm .keyrVdlgtial>rt.
Fedtl point friend may be present at All druggists lieU Dr. v P e Plasters blood perilerinIt.worid.sndmak.a' -
It. 1893.
Larrimore in positive, speedy and peruwaeat cure xll.Qt'11tlanx..JIIIU"
George a negro man -
the tat rubber, and give us a point, Those thin, pale, weak nervous people in all eases taue Onlttmtn-r ae Orr Savaaaab.d your P.
his 87th year, and manager of the restaurant f- P. P.to a dfaH..01 tbs skis, .
for :&nk we need it. Notice of Election. continually losing flesh,steadily but LadJ..boN systems .N poisoned. know.: as skis aee.r.of alrt7 .ullt .
f' condl- year.
the market had and whose blood Is la SB Imp*
adjoining city surely into decline and standing and ro.&a4 test .ne' II
Tl election off the going irr.gniarities. -
passed quietly, consumption pariS..tk. -
blood sad 0'1'.1 !
'' po
full but rather a novel experience on Saturday. should not delay taking ..rear..eiilariyben.Std d.ri'aJ 01111.and blond el..al1.liT the propeltaba"0" tram taw sale fte Dot being polled county
TO THE Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil Pok end prevents any sorvadiair of eke _
About 3 o'clock in the afternoon he SHERIFF OF PUTNAM COUNTY ertJ-so P. P. "'eIr17 Ash I _I
sor.s. bar tak.a nv.or six DQtU**
fetus were about as looked for. the and flesh Boot sad Potassium. ..1 .
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA great strength producer.Fcr and f eonadestthstuotb.rrose. _
took off his shoes to rest his feit. In
Sfer Joseph and Sister Mary sale by Ackerman &; Stewart drug.gllt.a. ..anr.PIWI.D.llo.. Aag.145k.1595.ww.ff.et a 0nr. It naa also relieved
Mary taking off his right shoe he discovered RSOW YE, THAT If JOHN CRAWFORD, _I sp sk la ta. bleb**! terms of .!...t'ladllfHtkm: end stomach
StenDI, of the Convent at Palatka, "of State of the State of Florida f' y ensm dlela. from my own persona! 'loan()ArJ'IV.enr't, X BPS?
something in it. Upon examination it do hereby give notice that a ...
pal to be a snake mashed as fiat as GENERAL ELECTIONwill
C. : Waldron, on Sunday, the 16th Pianos 1 Pianos I -.' f.1aJ'.1c.- remedy ldolBQt II B004! BIienses ll FRL : .
and rat- be held In ls known
a pancake, it was a genuine Putnam County, State of Florid, .
inst, leaving for home on Monday, on Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday InOctober oit.ndlsg mltof. 1 bars only taken Datogisra laLLIT.
?. P. P., and can
aftean enjoyable two days vacation. tler, about thirteen inches long, but A I). 1H,the said Tuesday being the f on eb..rtu bottle T"T of your It Ins don m.mor* df. -
too dead to wriggle.-Floridian. JJECOXD DAY OF OCTOBER.For food teas.D1C.IDtrlll..tak.D.
\\trust Captain Cable and George lean reommad yosrmdici.e to all .
one Justice; of the Supreme Court of the Manufactured by the Jewett Piano Company ill uffsrer of the abor*dl.a.e. TlOPRIETORS,
Leafed will return safely, one with a It will, astonish you how quick"John State of Florida. Boston. Established 1860. f, 1/Re M. M. TEA-ET. Uppsan'.IUNksavsssbGm .
; For a Senator for Twenty-sUth Senatorial Spriajfleld. Qreea County, Mo :::; .
coothe other with new dishes, son's Magnetic Oil will kill:all pains, District.For MR.8. R. CHILDS has the agency fot the ..-
and external two Member of the House of State of Florida for theM instrument They
$1 slreJCOcU Representatives .
; ; .

leartd Delmonico's.I .
at ms rank with the fluent Piano made in this country nUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
rained here as well as at the 50c. size 2.c. For sale by Ackerman For threelMember* of the County Board of I and are told lower than such high standard
& Stewart, druggists.Dr. Public Instruction.. i instruments ever before offered to the public.
Islai, and just comes down as if the For a Cleric of the'Criminal Court of Record. Then Pianoiar full Iron frame, with equali
sed bridge repeating action and are especially
For a Count/Surveyor I'
sky pu oiled. Thanks to the sand; Price's Cream Baking Powder For a Tax Asseseor. noted for their prolonged singing quality great '
depth and. purity of tone and efaitio touch,
ther I is no mud, and oranee trees Werld'Fair Highest: Medal and Diploma. For For a a Tx County Collector./Treasurer) >J. combined with great power and adaptation to SOUTH FLORIDA DIVISION..

For Peace la and for the fol-i withstand all climate I. thea respects Chalare
of it. a JustMLBft
seer enjoying
capable unrivalled, and ., .
are pronounced by competent
10 Justice Wftlct*;vith ', ; ..
D. Geo. Welch, wife and daughter County and City Dil''ctory.COtr."TY NoTTwo. j jKrM judge to be nperioc to all other ; -

two here last week. It No. Four. )[8. CHILD HAS Savannah Florida & Western -Railway .; .
spec:a day or OFFICERS No. Fire.No. f ,
Keren.No. been In the Piano ride for year,and I*now patting :
still teems home-like to them, and Judge Criminal Court of Record-Robert Eight.Ntfc on the market the mon deiraote instrument Corrected'o.. May 20, 1894. -
for W.Dnu. >iueKe. Dt .&. e told. Do not fail to call on hint for
thesis always some important
Information If with to a new PlanaOrden
Twelre.No. yon purchase W8TATIOlli.
B. Ca'bcM1c.aerk1. .
County Solicitor P.
the Doctor to see to. Thirteen. left at Onchrane'Mammoth Book Store, READ DOWN I READ UP :
.N. BlackweU. N*. )..ucteea.For Stationery and fancy Article Lemon Street, ..
Arecent visit to the fine orange and Jade*County Court M.L Core. a Constable In and for the following Justice Palatka.JTa,P.ft B.210. deS-tf ,

lemt grove of Mazfield & Todd was County CommiMioner H. Cook Chair No.District One. tint h k m k No ; h. Ka 13: .

maa; 8.J. Kennedy. T. W. Thompeon G. P. No. Two. ,: GroveFOR '
mud enjoyed. The lemon crop will i Orange I
YeiTerton.J. K. Mallett. The Board meet the No. Three. t, C 00 a m a m 100 a n .Port Tam Ar 7 36 m 1125 140 msa ;
be tout 2,500 boxes,and all are smooth lint Thursday In each month. ,I No. Fourl .: t:::::: : Bay Hotel- ::::::..Ar ..... .p... ......pm. ..... .!.. .

and floe, as good as can be found in Clerk Circuit Court Joseph Price. No.No. Six.Fire. SALE.An 710 eJOiiu a :: i 600pm 06 p m T 63o le :m: Lv.Lv..Ptsnt:.. yTampa c..:::...:.::::.-t:: : : : p: : bb 45 :: J : p::

the kate. The is a fair Sheriff-John W.Hagan. Ne Seren. ..50 a 610 pm 505n Lv...........artow..Ar 6 00 pm 640 1'1811J.: pmt
orange crop County Collector-Frank H. Blanchard. No, Nine. ORANGE GROVE of 250 bearing 1 3O.1D 0 20! P t 3Q aID Ly............Lakeland..Ar a 35 pm' 15 pm 1120 a asstlamle5opm
onetnd everything has a solid, thrifty No. Ten., 141am Ly.... .......XiA8hlltnee. .... .......AI .3OTpm 647pm 042attrl -
County Treasurer-B.L LUienthal. No. EJe,". (tudded) trees; together with am 1140 pm 015 a III Ly.... .........orlaado..... .....,...At 31; Pili' IS p. a U.s JIS
look Mr. John Fink, the able man County.u.euorW.)t.Williams.8upenri No. Thirteen. other fruit trees, consisting of pear, 0 25 am 11116 p m. 25 a m Ly.... ......W inter hrk.. ......,..AI I 8 pm' O'J p m. 2.S a as
No. Fourteen. .... .... ..... .......... .
and or of Recittration H.Merryday. plum, Japanese I020am Lv $aanford. Lv t20pm a30pm t3Da is
ager,keeps everythiag In order, is The attention of the Sheriffs i* called to the grapes, pecan, persimmons 300 pm Cream 100 pm Ar.... ......Jacksomville..Lv f oe am 12 110 pm S6l>> p isT r.
also Baking a nice home of his own, BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.Dr. law requiring them to can.,a notice of the said etc.; five and a quarter acres of 80 pm TOO. m 3. pm Lv..Jaeksosvtlle..Ar t0 a m 12 SO pm stop...
(election to be published in a newsoaper printed land; situated between Georgetown and 0 30pm .83am S60pm A.r..WayeI'OM..L... abeam 10 30 a m 113 p at t
all anda E. 8. CriD. Chairman- John H. Green, tn[ the county, u there be paper in the f"OI1l1'i1; 1oo.mll Uam 0
havig a nice house completed 3Spm Ar..8u&DDah..Ly tf3am T 00 a. t 1S pets "
Gees W.Riles. ThoI.w. Ralph Secretary. if there be no paper published In the county, Fruitland, being convenient to the St.) 2 39 am I M pm .......... Ar.... .... ..Tbomurtlle, ..........Ly 1032 pm ...... .... t 31) p fie '
give set out. John also has a slight Superintendent Board of Public Instruction they shall cause at least fire copies of this notice Johns river. The improvements con- 12 M pili .30 pm 313 am Ar...........Vharlestos..Lvu II Yl pm :0T a m .. ......_
to be potted la the meet public place in the sist of new house of five shaded .25 am. as pm .. .. ...... Ar. .MacoL ...........LslOupee .... ....1100 aaa.T ..
The first rooms
fever pineapple growing. Thot. W. ,
on .
county.In oo a a bS p m Ar..Matgomery ...Lv 7 30 m T is
he raises he to send Ralph.CITY OFI'CERS. tentlroony whereof. I hare hereunto my by lovely magnolia trees; fire places; 610pm.:.. .:::::: Ar::::::::::...Atlaats..L.::: : : T30pm.p :::::::::: Tlsaa a sT35am .

nice one agree hand, and affixed the Great Heal of Morida good garden with wire fence packing .... .... 1100 pm..... ..... Ar............hDIa........_..LY tam .......... ..........
oyer to BUCKEYE. Mayor-Mania Griffin.Jr. at Tallahassee the Capital, this Stth day of hOuse: ; 1215 pm S 05 am.......... Ar....... ......)IobU..............Ly .......... .......... 12 2O.JIILa +
? Clerk R.H. .Jl11y, .D. ISM. barn, good pasture etc. 00 pm T 35 am ..... AJ'.New Orleans..LV .......... ....... t Mp em
r Marrele Keeulta. City Cooper.LsesaorW. JOHN L. CRAWFORD There are eight cords of first-class 120 pm 4 45 am ..... ..... Ar .....-..Chattanootta..Ly. 6 fS alii .......... Is- lh pnaTspm
.B.DeWitt. ('-.*.] Secretary of State. for .fOalll. ..... .... Ar..Naebvne.....:......Lv 130 alii .... .... 113pea f
Fr m a letter written by Rev. J Collector-Dr.B. E. Morgan. To Jour W. HAG AS, Sheriff. an3-td compost fertilizing purposes near .. .. ..... a co a. 6 lit pm Ar.Richmond..Lv .06. m 411 pm .._'......
Treasurer-R.J.Adam by. Any one desiring a first-class 221.m 12 33 pm ...... .... Ar..Louisville.......... .LT 12 20 D't
Gnpderman of DimonJale, Mich., we should call I00ain1110pm Ar .Waahfngtos.Lv 430a 3rpm..a
Chief of I"ohee-K.J. Trueman. place at a bargain on or ad. :::::::::: l0 46 a m 3 46 a m Ar..Philadelphia..L:::::::: :::::: 12 S3 a m 1140 am ::::::::::

are permitted to make this extract: Chief FIN Department Chaa.E.Bowton. M. J. Murphy areas A. A. PINNER, too am. 20 pm. ........ Ar.... ........C1aclnuti.... ...... .L... eo p m. ........ 1130 8112:1pm -
hesitation in recommend. : aulO-tf( Iludnal, Fla. ...... .. .. I b3 a m r............ "' york..L" 'OOPIII 'OGam ..
"I have no Taam vmpm: .. ....... .... ........ .... ........ t35pm .. .... .... 70iato
Ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the GEM CITY GUARDS. L I.clloll IS am t 30 am ...... .... Ar... .... .....CbielllrJ............ .Lv .30 III ... ....1127
Seel t 81liar parWr
Company C,Fourth Battalion F.S.T. [ n Cheap ExcursionVia W
results were almost marvelous in the II. M.DEMONTMOLUX, Captain.W. Train 89 and 32 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between New York and Fort Tampa. Train 1 c
of wife. While I was P. HOUSE O.a. WHOLESALE AND RETAILWINES and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Sleeper between New York ai>d Jacksonville. Train 32 carries Fail
case my Southern Railway Company, formerly man Buffet Sleeper JacktonTllle to Cincinnati TiaTbomaBTilto aDd Montgomery. Train IeariB '
the Baptist Church at Rives Junction AND CIGARS. Jack-onrHle T-OOp. m. carrie Pullman Buffet Sleeper to Savannah. Atlanta Montpotnerr.Tllle Nash
she was brought down with pneumonia BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MAHONIC. : LIQUORS E. T. V. G.. Evansville Cincinnati and St. Lo t* Train 34 make conn rtion! *at Port Tampa onMoodaj//
for the celebrated J. W. liar and Thursday with steamships for Key West and Havana. For further information apply fc
succeeding La Gnppe. Terrible Agent TO PITTSBURG PA. ticket JB.
Whiskies. A full fin and return a eDti. t
naroxyisms of coughing would last falatka Lodge, 'No. 84. F. A. 1L-Meet* account G. A. R. Tick L 8WOOPE, W. XeCOT, W. Jr. DATIDSOX,
of the best brands at the lowest pricesWa1S1.1e eucampmen .
ours with little intenuptlon, and it First and Third Monday Night in the month ets sold Sept. Sth to 9th Inclusive, good S.pertntea4..t.. DI,. Pans i'fit fiea'I r....if nt
seemed as if she could not survive at 7 JO o'clock.
them. A friend recommended Dr. W.F. ANDERSON W.M. : until Sept. 25th to return. Roundtrip I

King's New Discovery; it was quick in E. E. HASKFLL Secretary. Rye... .... ........ ...................ft MBOM rate from Jacksonville 3370.
its work and satisfactory m re .... ... ........ .200811fti' TO CHATTANOOGA Jacksonville
highly Ackerman Putnam Chapter St;R A. )[.-Meet* Second I Wedding.... .... .... .. 2MSilTeterRr TENN., and ,
Trial bottles free at *. zoo return account Sovereign Grand \ .
& Sttwart's Drug Store. Regular sizeoOc. and Fourth Monday Nights Standard "A A"Bourbon............ 4 00
W. II.CYRUS, H.P. .J.W. Harrer.. Lodge L O. O. F. Tickets sold Sept. ...
and U.{)(). .
W. 1". ANDERSON, Secretary. -(0)- 15th: to 20th inclusive, good to return St. Augustine

The merchants at Crow's Bluff have The Jug Trade a specialty. Country until the 24th. Rate trifle more than ,
P ALA TKA. COMMANDERY, No. S, K.T. orders solicited. oc23-tf
taken contracts for an unlimited sup- 8. Kt.Eo Eo HASKELL E. C. one fare for the round trip.

ply of saw-palmetto berries. This furnishes Sr. KL O, G. E. METCALF, Recorder. TO ALL POINTS IN MICHIGAN J
Practice & Indian River
Economy at one fare for the round trip on Sept. '
work for a large number of the L O. o. F. ,r *

unemployed, and good wages can be Pioneer Lodge,No.23, L O.O.F_Meet*every -AND- 19tb,:ticket* good 20 days from date :

Tuesday Xighl R.C.McCRACKEX X.G. of sale to return. ,.
made too, at from 75 cents to $1 per Patronize Home Industry '
T. W.RALPH Secretary. TO LEXINGTON, KY., and return. Railway.
pounds or three cents a Members of the Fraternity when rtoltlng the
-n1" rsixo Tickets sold October 4th to 12th good
pound dried,is paid, and a good hand city are Invited to meet with n*. ?
until October lath to return. Rate
otn pick from :300 to 500 ofgreen SUCCESS BAKING POWDER i
berries pounds KNIOHTS OF HO OR. from Jacksonville $32 55. S..19rTi.O T.W.I. EIr"Jaly Do hN,

per day. Harmony Lodg No. S7C7-Meet* First and For fill particulars please write or

The elegant hotel at Long wood Third Wednesday of the JDO th. EQUALLED BY FEW! call on J. C. Beam, TraveUng Passenger

which has been closed for several G. C. COLE Dictator.J. EXCELLED BY NONE I Agent SOUTH I )JAI LL E. : NORTH.

years past, will be re-opened this win B. DOS ELL1", Reporter.K. Manufactured by !

ter. The new purchaser has made considerable OF F. JIOREIIOUSE MANUFACTURING IIE1VSOX, PRACTICAL TAILOR. :So. 13 Na J3 Q STA.TlOYS. No. 10 :Na Tt

Improvement in the property, St.John.Lodge:No.S, K.of P. ileet ever) COMPANY SAVANNAH, GA. Cutting done with accuracy and a fit SOp S boa e o Lv.......................Jactsonrille..A ana 0 Np

and hope to win the his enterprise Thursday Night. GEO. E. MCNDEEC.C.: Satisfaction guaranteed or your money re guaranteed. Repairing neatly done. 5 lop 1. 05a 3S .Ar...................... LA.jr1UItiD8......... ........ ...L... f81.111 12tp
success J. B.DONNELLY. K.R.S. funded.ttfcnmmendrd. In iTickman-Kecnerly block .... ... 10 lOa 314 Lv.. ..... .. .. ....St.Augustine.... ...... ... .... ....I/ slap
just' _merits. and for tale t>jr Gay Bron B. upstairs, 10 4'e. 2,Lv. ... .. -rj+ 4tp
UnlfonnRank K.of r So.I-lIeeu: for drill .r.Grooms, A. M. Hau hton.A. GWaaerH J. Lemon street. apl27tf :::::::.1 11ra =. Ar.::::::::::::::::::::;.f.st=b::...::::::::..::':.:'.Lv... :::..' : Yep
Trueman, Sila Smith. edrtm
Malarial produces Weakness General every Second and Fourth Wednesday:Nlghta.at 1 No. 25 II :l.:$ 66 0 Ar................... ..Palatks.....---..I-.IN..2. 4 tip
Debility, BuiouwcM. LOM of Appetite, Armory. R.J. RILES,Captain.L .NNN.e.N 1N....NNNNNe..N 1 ttP 103ia: 86. LT......:.. ............:,..PaJatka.... ............. .. ...A'i] 1ezr.a: lapp
Indipretkm and Grove'sTafUlees '
Constipation. E. C. KF'C.tLY'eSIGN }

which produces Chill these Tonic troubles.removes tbe it cause and A. SMITH Recorder. OF- I RIPANSTABULES 11 .s.Slateo 12 :::: .. Sea.States :::::::::::::::::::::.LYj 025a 0 ..::::::

you UU. e delighted. 50 cents.Try To get ORDER Gas Crrv OF Div.RAILROAD:Xo. 219. Meet TELEGRAPHERS.* second r I45pSi;-;;. 63 Lv..................... .JaAtPalatka.............. .. ..... IOOa 3'P
ihefliSTjSSask.: for GBOTE'S. Sold ou every The Biff Coffee Pot I I 324p 12: lip its 8Ar. .......................Ormo d................ .. ... .. .r'f 7340p 2Dap
Us DMTUS .ye and footS Saturday la each month in K. of p. 1 Imp III.4tAr......................... ................ .... .....J. T 25n f o p
core no | y. HalL B. C. BREVARD,C T. 3 bap 1 lop Lv U t 3rp413p ;
nil,tlJe by Ackerman & Stewart.Chief A. HAMUItK.: ,G.& F. 7A Full and Complete Line of I ISTtJVES. : REGULATETHE : I Yip 114.04Ar Ar:::::::::::::::::::::..N.w$ :.a-ce:::::::::::::::.u :::.:.Lvt; : Sts I Exp.1O0p .

: STOMACH : its tjar..... .... .... .... .......Oak1 .......... .... .. ... ...Lv I2ep
Campbell of the Ocala fire LIGHT HARDWARE and DYER AND BOWELS 2 rp Ar............. ..........m.vhne. ..... .. .. .... ...Lv,. ...... I2 P
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED ldEN.OazHuursTaI.zNaltProphet r.flNWARE which must be sold. l AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. : t 4p IS. Lv......... .. ..........Titusvnie. ...... ....... .....Ad... ...... 1T a01
department, is making preparations fora : : W. S AVU1 to inspect thtN": .... .. 3 Up Ui 9 Ar..... ........ ......... .G tty Point..... .. .1.r 1134
Ja H. Shelley Sachem B. C. Lan .pay KIPAXS TABCLES the Wet M41rrlM 313p 175 Ar..... ..... .. ..... .:......( sae ........ .. l. . .... 112as
firtmen's tournament at that placeto Nugent; ; kMW rep laaigeU.* ., 3 27p it.1 tr...... ..................Roklcde .. .. .. .. Lr 11 a.
lap. Senior Sag nure; Joalur Ssg>,more C BW..es. ..... ... .. ............. ....Lv
b held November 13 14 and 16. : u.Madoe.c.-d..u_ 'y".t........ 3 Isp 192. r. ....... ....... ...Ean G le Ors
} .Kawton; Chief of Record, -; Keeper of U..erTre..IIK&&I.B..c-.lu.. 4 drip ia; Sr....... .. ... rene Ly 1011*
Companies arc expected from all parU WauiHia, F. W. Hstchin Collector of Waa- VrM-itcry, wm>MlBrcctk, s.d all du.. .. ... ... 4 onp 190 Sr...... ......... .. .)ld .1.v 19 4h540p
; : sd.a.f U. it..aeh. Liver aa4 Bw U.IU : 241 1 Sr....... .... ... .. ..... St Luele .. .. .Lv flan !
of thjfc) Stale, who will compete for the pan.G.W. Martin. 1 .M tUmk eontua nothing toHrtcmj to b 4.p 243 r..... .. .. .. .. .... Fort Pierce .. ..... ..Lv .. 9 OOa
Meet every Monday night at 7 JO. Visiting the mast{ .hM ronKituOu Ar. iili* tyak. I* 6 Yep 251.1 r..... ... .... Astons .Ls- S 51*
different prizes. in-lted ..mt.cflcrtnttL ...,.,..*imnmlfas.retort Imp 150. r ..... ... ...... .. Ede. s'w
I brethren cordially to attend. rrirBoz i.rMUk 7es.F.ekaao(4boa..i, : 1 etp 250 Ar... ...... .. .. Jensen. J.y ... f bhT
Two: negroes Mow Weaver and Wil- I tX MAT. b,*ordered tkroarh .frm* drug. ; Pop 252.. Ar... ...... .. .. .. .. .Bart t v I ails
rrT ill tempi*free by BiL Addm* :
T ss ..... . Alicia .Lv 2 tW
Danger field, fought a bloody duel ,r : THE MIPANS CHEMICAL CO., .... S top .273. r..................... (tomes ... .... .. ... .... S 40a
: n sreccx sraizr. FEW louc crrr. : s s-6. .. L Era
in lhSatuilay northeastern part of PensacolaSatu piLCURE.: .................................. .. ,.... M p tp5 r........... ...... ._ ....e Jupiter. Lv.. ., C aria
45p 2t .e Ar. . ..Riven. .. .. aIii
night. Weaver's upper lip y :::::::: :ett 30, r:: :.:::::: :: .:'.:.W Palm Peaojl .. t---.: 6 trb

was i iot off. Dangerfield's throat was ST. AUGUSTINE -
cut f tom the jugular vein to the back A New and Cocaplete Treat nett. eoecling of
SfPfOSITORlES, Ccpralo of Ointment and two Marble and Stone alrtli
neck, but the artery was not B.nes of OintnMDt. A aver-r-afag Cur nor Plies SOUTH
of vf7 nature uJ d-crM. It make an operation I BTATIOSS.No. +.
eeve d. Both parties were arrested. was Ute kau. or tn) cUon*of carboUe add,which .3 So.: 1 N 2 riw 4A
Ail .r*pcJnfml anti idoin a permuMot cara,and often Works. .
o account of a woman. rs lUng la data nnecM-.rT. Why *ndurthla 3 3np ..... Lv................_........,;"' lIIynaa............__. .1f0re '6 4Gp
terrible disease? We Buarante. e 4.l-'m' 10 l5a ...... Helen........ .... tl 20a a 14p
Summer Employment.Doi't bbaea to euro. any ace. Vou voij pay forbmeati F. C. BROWN, PROPRIETOR.All 4 rep 11 Ta t:.:::::::::::::: ::::......prang. Aty.......::.:....:.::: ::.. Ii o9a eUN
re ""- tl a bos.S for ft. Seat by..n. kinds of CEMETERY WORK in __ _DO45a_ : .Oraege City Jsnetlon..L:: 1100. A 4
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think of beingldle this summer OuantatoM! ky oar .-u.
any *,Uf r.lltS 'ng, &:c., furnished at reasonable Train south of St.Auga-tlna ran dally except KuBday.Tnl .
wntei by return mall to the Georgia-
BLOOD mlM ud and prices for first-class work. *Tlme-Tabto shows the Uaaee at which train may be expected to arrive aid deject bra
Alabtzna Business pAk 10
College, Macon.Ga., *.**a0.4..dRia *UM.CAAAJrTKES 1I.Iw.- w Concrete Vases'of Artistic Pattern the Ineralltadou.but their aninl"arture.&the time stated i* not gturaaKed,-.or dews
which, by its cut summer rates, provides m P the t.lpurlaol4lt1df ponlWe for delay or aaUnc tke-efvom.
for every girl and boy a thorough reed only by .and very cheap. any ay eontequencea

business education at less cost ACKEHMAN & STEWART I Office and Works: St. Augustine, J. fARROTT JO& PH RIE+ItkQ6O'MYlo.Praidsnt.

Fla. Sun.Marco and Pine Sta. ,. ..
-than any other in the Union. ralatka. Florida. Q1MSrlti rt( ..
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-Iof "A beautiful custom of the people of

: 'l'1t. rnprall '4e4 jCoartesjr of Cd... \Vad the Mc as clean Slam Dr. T. LETTERS PATTENT.mO S2,500p4s't
ED EVERY .. .I .FRI DAY said O. Orepory, of --'---
: ; Hamptoa.nrfg aDP Pittsbarg 'Ja One by which do XotU UX ,
-- ._ -- _.-- --- they WHOM MAY :
-- '-- -. Oen. Wade the
---- Hampton was tlIn.t
hereby hen pursuant to the Putau" of tlCSl w Pss
ttTK. FJ.A.SEPT.3H, 1894. be&a Meal of a cavalry commander of honor to their dead. At full mOOD the State of riorhla.that toe atuleKigned will.n 'i dc3& Cosda Wild

tall, heroic form a superb"horseman, Ikitein the fall three evenmsrs are e"tart the 2 nd ly of Octo">er, A. U. ISM. at three r0etes .,. IAh r7WtWO'
oM. >ck 1st the afternoon at the Executire 1'0 lbs CreT
brave and enterprising without being to setting lighted candles of Chamber fn the Capitol H the City of T llalia4ee .ft.r ,'55 tIr1e .,11 -

rash, and with daring always tempered colors afloat the border of : Florida apply to Ills Excel taacT. the : ..1"1/. IJnea55r
;ta- "rtlSith( "' 1" oomeus prq my <;," raorol'" State oFlo KU for UrTTERAI'ATTXirr : .".es'" -""
lo1i'mo.r'noe. l. !pcaI ad ab9rt Iae eJJ1 I by sound judgment. lIe was unquestionably -04, la the belief that they will be ItMorporAttec the following nam a :--.ffif 55::: CIe'
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; the strongest man in thon- 4'uI..ay. a -Vr sad parsvant tt> the fiillowinz tnesi,'
.eamtaj! i.suUbe male b; expreta. away to those who have pa*!edIs proposed" Cbarter.Tix:
1e, mier or re-itr tf letter.rne federate service, and the only.one in If I I
life. The broa<1, strong lea: %O$300inG|
THUS flEIIILDCOflP.txr, either army wh ';r F soldier. rose to tnfe rank of lieutenant }'r'); aid u i folded in the iliape! of I. SUITUEBX RAILROAIl AND: STEAMSHIP T.tbe'coid1OiPIseah. To tk
-WfcUyC- I general. But although a judicious in the middle of this COMPAXT.We B.2OIncsnk.To.neh0ttiht lararb. cerhoftheaeittWs: *-., \,e
at J
commander ho was pos evwd pf a are a tiny tipar is fixed thf nn.lertlp M, ..John (.aih.tn, of the .IdUnteb.. TorwrhoMhe.ir.jtt' u. <7
about Lugh' Citv 01 New Ted, &tate. of New York. JantCribbett !"ell" Ih.r ".t '". T. .Ill'll : f State Damooratic Tickot.Tor knightly spirit of a.lventnreanils.sad. /11 I .I.unee M. MajrofkBd lames H.("urTy.or fire A IUad:*m. filk lJar.e thee-1'alC!

rentbre woti: tQ,the, ..advjtituron): <-his a Wlfitvma.h 'f moment when the the ( it>' nt o'ala. Slate >>f FloruU. Marion toIaIc'k.14 I*. IS*?. rrd"h, .a......-o..' '
: 103tlJ County, r"l" brilliant military career marked the sell tweztv wr will 5TC to cahssdslme
was To
) I ustKc of the Supreme Court: ovei by the Teams oft -i;:nx iln I hcrt-by a wieiAe mir' lve. t"'tht'r BicTrl f.r ellbrr ",.
by many thrilling. personal experiences. it. Fortunatelythere's and _--titiiu- lto I !:1!. 6. LIHJJOX. -- .: "v a tISSue. IVU the taper is lightedera ,.,.ant tn the onstimtlon and Sututcr- o; the .,Urhin*. T..11. lm.tte p..J nsK",
I Stat of Kl.'ruta. and do pul.li*h and deviate rTft' antwcr We will "" *f5
J JCongresSionAl liot a trave heart is. DO buckler builder, that's t o launched upon tin* writing to be our "Anlcl of Inioqioration L.ghef tbe n.,it nr.. A li l -- steel blade. Oen. tbb t first it mikes its Of the nest fifteen A i'41kp'atterw. C,
7 against a a Hampton .- even better fort \\ way ArtlcU I. Th fof the l To .*.. of th.- next twvut' *
Ticket. realized that In&TIE ." Hearing alml- making healthy Vef7 ng the edge; of the ,-V>-I / he -rii.. Southern Dan Railroad' sai.lr.rp..rnw.Iistl ami Steamship I tl*. el>.. To"ar.of tb.. Df'lt leitt-i tin x .A.llelI.r ..
:: let hiss just over his head he turned !. Pleasant bing wafted gently by ('i>niioa> I Gold I. nnnibrrrd Fleeci. and K"rr 4Utr th
,. flu & I Art C2The:. to be b.ld.xeroiwd .tnilenjoyed Iu 1D0IIf'1' .. .1
his face toward the belt of woods power l ar5. With your ... w' te thP re4e
in t.a.ste-etl"ect. >the Etl: to the swifter in the Maid Corporation Ami th. lmin. to send Tw..t.-.lv.
on ht- left rn time to see the flafchpf a p .->" and i I"nrpo e< fOf which it I.. rnatfil :ire .. require yen ..5
1'\.r longres&mnJntl Distric *, ive in result. curr/'nt. and farther SpV-t wvTlSWiMT"; /
at a. point about three hundred ., ; follows/ that i< to say : To 'oo-tnn t. u rate ; *:
That's: the "Disvery. of lightrippling I and maintain a line of Railroad from tlif City which Is needed in rrrrr numlT. Tin.StrMlaee oG
un peek
CEAHLES: M. OOPEU.; .: .. I away of l'absk6. lutoan County Floruit: to a point to & pobIu.iie4:
'. ex> ." It goes to work in the dLstinu&_ sar- on the Gulf of Mexico at jr near iht> City of : limb o Mw'hemrM. TW P"lt

\ right way by regulating, cleansing, face of tb the night Isflue miles Tampa In, HUWK length; said County Railroail norula!hue to a lie Mmt onnitrncted 1M- tunlty wt.tberyosranawei1.0oflh te earn S VCTV .Iuable aItortt"" IIr.t

COUNTY; DEMOCJIATIC TICKET. and repairing all the organs of the thou little start of throuch the COW1Ueo of futnaaj Marion of*the Br toil C ,sire miltit rt"OOT Uw till MO MM* aM 1i
(TU Ocala, Bamter, Citron tternanda
Our Ie
body. light may winkling on the Pasco and lUUkborough. with brajich lines so PL'HLl'11INfl co: j

: When the. of disease broad eiif)an8 all wending any point deemed expedient b>' said Railroad BHOSSON '. .. New tIPALATKA
;; For State Senator germs are water Company. Said Corporation to Ose and enjoy 90 1'a &

"V : ( Pl round about us we do not all get tune .silent way toward the boundless all the rights< and nrti1eges granted and delegated
I I Tnbs. A. Dxnitv. ,It m to corjKiraUons the OMMtitation and --- -
)11 them. Why? Some of us are in J eca, each one bearing lent messages btatutes of the State 0"F to do and perform

1 I For Member House of Representatives' I too good a condition. The germs to departed friends."-St. Louis and iwrformed all other acts by and Raihovi business Corporation usually done; to MABKTET)

J. IL HARP, i of Consumption, Grippe, Malaria, Olobe-Dem >rat purchase and own Real and Fmooal Estate to
I \ and all the diseases ell. or oenrry the name according to the by .
J. P. WALL. infections pass -- laws of the aid Corporation; to a MARKET REVIEW FOR WERE EIKSSETTEMDER .,

For Clerk Criminal.Court of Record, II II.t rtk yon by if you are strong to resist THE BEST THINGFor freight Steamship and Line pa.senertra1ic.from- t'alatka to w.rC: for 2S.

J. N. BLACK WELL. J their attack Render yourself germ- Art. (3). The principal business office of said The advance in prices of tetontinuea -
proof by putting your blood and any young man or woman is a Corporation shall be in the City of Palatka >
Putnam and the demand is good. Cew
County Florida,with branch offices at
-a For AssessoV liver in a healthy state. good PRACTICAL COSINESS EDCCATIOX. New York
City Ocala Fla., anti such other that all adficesrom
W. if. "WILLIAMS. place as the Company may designate. York buyers say
In all blood-taints and diseases if Many make the mistake of attending -
Art.(4) The capital stork of said Corporation China and Japan Indicate still kker
'( : For .Tax Collector, the "Discovery" fails to benefit or Tenor schools or business shall be Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. di-
Titled Into three thousand shares of one hundred prices.
Y. C. BLAJfcni.RDb cure, your money is returned. colleges, where little! or no attention is dollars each.
business The market on coffee is firm. ktce
Art (5) ihe of this Corporationshall
No other medicine of its kind paid to the literary brancliesT At
Treasurer tim can be conducted by a President, Vice President and theria
For Is for domestic
< a
floor ,
be Bold 10.Aethity JASPER NORMAL INSTITU'l'Ethere Secretary Treasurer and a Board .
: B.: L. LILl mw.r.. Directors,consisting of member of said good demand for foreign. We]lith.
4 :
I. is given Commercial Studentsnot Corporation who shall elect the President,Vice
President,Secretary and Treasurer of said Corporation. draw quotation In sugar !l.bb
For Justice of the l'eaceth District TBK BEPOBTS or THX: CAKBOIB AXD PIS only a very thojoughTBusinessCourse .
II is liable to commit some injuries J
.. J. M. POWERS. TaL aLJtJIDEn. Art.(6). The Board of Directors shall be elect- week, SA we look for a decline, on
but indolence sure to do. no but all members olf the Business ed at the annual nieetliig of the stockholders of lard and smoked meats. Oar adte is

For Members Board Pubu Instruction j yards away, and then he heard another good.-Zimmerman. f fHe : Coarse have access without extra the the Corporation time and ta the which manner meeting. shall shall be be held l'n-at to only buy these goods for inundate

E. S.. CHILL, : leaden messenger cut the air near who at charge, to the Literary Classes. icribed by the by-laws, and the followingnamed I
grasps many
shall be the Director until the wants as lower prices will prevaiGroceries
He rode ,
at brisk trot
I once on a
..The School has coamoAIous buildings -
J. il. GREEK, 11 sure to be troubled by dlsippointments. first wetting of tile stockholders which shall
in the direction of the timber to find many ; t .- be on the second Wednesday in January A. D.1S I -Vfliele *l..
G. W. RILES.Don't out the early bird of the sharpshooter .-Matthew Henry.If a 11111supplvof apparatue' ; a good '.. when their successors snail be elected and Corrected Weekly by Oy Bro*, Corner;flrby
and exceUeut COBTS noaliHed: John C. Calhoun, James Cribbett, I and Kirkland itreet
Library n or
who thus broke upon the quiet of the jon can do any useful thing better James M. Mayo and James H. .
neil Eltra t&(."" ....... .... .......
%.forget to cast rote Tr..tcnm'i Sagwst
your morning with hU shrill note of battle. Art.cT) Th following named officers JohnC.
than it is done the
now being you are J'.oar, First!'ateata-AVeitern SpringWbeat.
fJ Tuesday October: 2d. Let UI rive When he had ridden about one bun man the world! wants. The work la all departments is of a I President. Calhonn., and President James,Cribbett.Jams M.Secretary Mayo Vice and .. ..,.............:......:....$133.9O
dred and at Treasurer, shall bold their office r>*ar,Second PsWnu do ao. "l.lt: uCteeM
seventy-five yards a right respective
the candidates" a lane vote. orderJ lExcellent CreaniOf Seats II to
----- --- -- high opportunities FancY roll )
until the election and of their
he to atalte and qualification .....
oblique came a high Batter, Fancy Eastern Creamery 14 1 25
Headache stepped In 2Umlaat by Dr. successor
afforded for Vocal and instru-
. rider rail fence. Looking to. the fronte lilies' PAUl Pius. 'One cent a dose. are Art.(II). The amount of the Capital Stock snfc- $Hrrap-riori,per (ml. 31 b
t The storm which prevailed in this scribed of H.w Orleans MOLMW....... ........ 83140
saw, sUndlpg on a large stamp mental Music, Telegraphy and Short and paid in at the time the execution 4 .

I section this week was, perhaps, the some four or five feet in height a soldier Look upon the success and sweet hand. of these Stock articles. I.ten per cent of the said Capital RI Rice M, Carolina rood C1M>Iee................. 4'j.5

I cost destructive one In the history of whose blue coat bound with of duties much depending Art.(9) The highest amount of Indebtednessto rmcy.. 4t554! %
ness thy as very Shorthand is free to all Students in which this Corporation caa subject Itself Issaooo.oa Dry Salted Ewtera Bellle.......... S
the "oldest inhabitant. The damage orange-colored braid and pantaloon the of Crscketv-Vanderreer A Holme
.. I upon keeping thy regular literary or business co rses. .(three hundred thousand dollars) Sugar Cured Back.. ........ ... ... S
I, to the orange crop has been great, and with outer stripes of Indicated the same that color he on was the a heart with all diligence.-Flavel. Expenses are low. Good board ten e"r&.o(10)the The Corporation term of the shall corporate be ninetynineyear exist &me snoulder............ ... 1232s S 4

will the short in this county seams from the date of the recording of the .. Beef.. ,
I cut crop United States cavalryman. He seemed If wa can by any means induce a dollars per month. Letter* Pattent. JJORoattBoef.l

P alone thousands of boxes. to be what the Scots term a "braw lad." penon to exercise the good that is in The discipline of the School: Is unex- our In hands WITNESS and WHKKBor.... this,We sixth have day hereunto of September set- .. .. 21.*.... ....... ........ ..... S.11)1.31

and although not engaged a political him Instead of the evil we do a ser-. celled. No town in Florida ,A. D. ItKM. Standard XXX....Sod&. 5
is more .
I The storm of Tuesday and Wednesday campaign. had "taken the stump," vice not only to him, but to human JAMES. CRIBBETT, r. ] Ginger Lemon Crackers Snaps..ICondensed 7
healthful. JAMESM.MAYO.
[[U a'j]
I was the means of cutting$ us off f torn doubtless that he might get a better ity. JAMES H. CURRY. [r.. ] Mllk-Eatf* TJOtCoamplon

\ the "outside world." Traffic, both by view of the confederate troops on the FOUR BIG SCCCFSSES. Next term opens SEPTEMBER IS. do do BeUbrand......... .00.4.73 ;
Write for
elevated plateau south of the wood Catalogue. Address Highland Brand..small Iota. SJ9S 11
I rail and river, was suspended, and no The contour of the ground hid Oen. Having the needed merit to more J.. M. GUILLIAMS., I STATE or FLOBIDA.,ICocirrr Monroe Brand-imall lou.::'::::::: ares \ \

: mail was received from. any quarter Hampton from his command when he than make good all the advertising se7-tf Jasper, Florida. or AIJON.f New York do Milk do Co's.Anglo U os..at.....<12osMajOS...... 3.40B

his On this,the 6th day of September A. D. 1S94. Csaaed Good Calif. Apricots,Sib.. 2.30s 1
-- lot halted at the fence. As he drew *-
two days.
: claimed for them, the following four Attention is called to our market re-] personally cam before me James Cribbett do Green Gage........ LIOS
pistol the quick-eyed skirmisher saw James M.Mayo and James H.Curry,to me personally do Ere Plum*,*Ib JJOPescbes -
4'; I Hon. H. W. Long of Marion county, him, and they both fired at the same remedies have reached a phenomenalsale ports. The review of the market with known to be the persons described -a Hx Table Yellow...:::::: JS
herein and who executed the Articlesof t
: Dr. King's New Discovery for foregoing -llb.Tab1eTellow..... ...... J.25
L has received and will accept from CoIr instant. The bH from the soldier'srifled quotations are furnished by the most Incorporation and serenity; acknowledge to do -31b. rt............. ......... 1.15 t
I carbine splintered a rail near the Consumption Coughs and Colds, each retable roe that they executed the same for the purposes Canned Tiih-Alaska Salmon 1.13 to US ,
merchants in Palatka .
'r tutor Wilson the appointment ot horse's and that Wade bottle guaranteed-Electric Bitten,thegreat and can therein expressed and that they Intend in do Fred Columbia Riftr.
bead from be relied as being I XM! faith to construct and maintain said line Salmon... .... ........ 1 JO to 1.90 i
Revenue for Liver Stomach accurate.
\ and
| Deputy Collector of Internal Hampton's fortj-fonr-csJlber revolver remedy upon of Railroad. Mackerel.......? .... IMlo l
district which comprise the made the bark from the The Kidneys. Bucklin's Arnica Salve the Witness my b&IId..d official Hal this Sixth American SardlneLs.
) Jor that fly stump. best in the world and Dr. King's$ New Pale,puny,sickly, children developedinto Day of September, A. D. 1894. tnoll....... ... ....... S.T3totOO ,\
t Marion Citrus duel was clearly Irregular, as there __ A. MCUJTYRE. ....
counties of Sumter, fat Little Neck Clam IJSflt
I were no seconds and the principalswere Life Fills, which are a perfect }>tll. All rosy, healthy ones by using SaIL Notary Public Lotxten... .. ....... 3.1010
, I 1 ILcvy, Alachua, Lafayette, Taylor, about hundred and these remedies are guaranteed to do Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod 9-14-Sw Canned Tentable -No.S Tomatoe an to US
one tvrentjfive Liver Oil easily taken health and do No.2 Tomato... ....... 70to7
Baker what is claimed :
Hamilton for them and the ;
disonSuwannee, yards apart instead of fifteen or just J I do No.38nrarCMn.... .... Mtol 36
attacfed Ackerman & Stewart NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I Bradford and Nassau. twentypaee as prescribed by the code dealer whose name is herewith strength. druggists do No.S Okra and Tomatoes 10 to 1.25
% will be glad to tell you more of Palatka. do No. Marrow Pea*. iJWto
of honor and they were unequallyarmed LAID Orncx GIISESTIUJE. TLA. I I do No.t Early June J>8u.... UHo
I fair them Sold at Ackerman & Stewart'sDrug September 12. 1594. ) do No.3 Boston Baked Bean l.eo\o
I The pension bureau at Washington, although each was in range Store.A Piles Can bt Cur.d.The IN HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE do No.S&.WDBro..Brea4I.60toCoffee

E'' /. C., granted pensions to the follow- I of the other's weapon. Hampton held greatest pile remedy ever discov- NOTICE settler has Sled notice of I Green Rio ... .IA to .22
I his pistol muzzle up, at a ready, and I ered is Beggs German Salve. It Intention to make final proof in support of do R uted RW. ...... .j.I CO M
"g lesidents of Florida last week: Re- : waited his man without experience can relieves his claim,and that said proof will be made he- Table Irish Potatoe*-per barreL.... 1 15 to inn
courteously on antagonist a'' at once, and effect a permanentcure lore Joseph Price Clerk Circuit Court at Pa Apple per barrel'. '.0 e toJJOCabhace
Wallace Palatka surrtvors scarcely ever be as great a fool, as
ewal-Robert ; I who threw back the lever of his I .
carbine in an incredible short of Utka. Florida on NOVEMBER 9TH 1894. vii: do S to S
I Indian wars-Thomas Williams, and, flinging out the empty abell, : man who having had experience does time. Alsn excellent for space Scalds ROBERT H. Asm.ET.of lUnnerrllle. .'... Hd. Red 01U0ft.do UOtoS.79
Cuts 19.44& for the N W4 of 8W>4. See. 12. T.a. S. R. Yellow Onion, per barreL...... IJIG to t.1S
rcadia widow Indian wars-Jane put in a fresh cartridge. I not profit by It. The proverb says Burns and Biuises. Every box war 25 E. TOBACCO CiCA rrrt ..ETO.DnkOrarettelo : .

; Again the of the carbine and that the He name the following witnesses to prove his ... .... ...........S3.65
Elizabeth Wa. reports fool will learn In no other ranted by II. E. Stewart, Palatka. ... .
St. Augustine contlnuoa residence and cultivation of SenwtlonCatrinir.Sos *
1 nay, ; upon *
pistol blended, and a bullet passed scl ool than that of experience; but I said land, rn: lAyton W. Johns .of Itanner- Seal of North Carolina,S o*:::. :::: S3Lney
in, Guifford; Mary Francis Brtdier, through Hampton's cavalry A Virginia court set a precedent, Tllle. 11*., Albert 11. McCraney of BannerTlle. HlntoD.-. 41
gray cape I this fool of fools will not learn even 11*.. William Johnson of Binnerrllle.Fla. ('hampCrter.... .... ................ 3nOeoTRla
St. Augustine. grazing his right breast. which tf followed by the other States,
.. .
Thomas J.Green,of Francis. 51 Beauty 39
there. There
t ___a__ ___ __ The soldier then inserted a third is more hope for a lynching will soon be unheard of. I J. M. BARCO. Sweet Bassett.-.. 308tar
: thousand ytnng fools than one old spU-6w Register. .... 40
What War Costs. cartridge but could not close the Mosett Christopher negro boy. outraged 1)uoadt. at I

:It Is really surprising to see how breech of bis rifle the trouble evidently f :oL CUp ..._ 32:
a seven year old daughter of Beer Little Giant Pin .. ,
l'sarl.- 4.
much money is pent for every man being. that the gun was foul and Judson Carter and wife, white. The Are the most complete pill on the HoTMSbne. 38
hence the butt of the metallic case did I .
killed in war on the field orient away not go in flush with the socket. He negro was captured by an enraged marxet, besides being the cheapest, us I Orals, Vertlllxer Eie.CorrectedWMklr .

toSile of his wounds or of come sckDMslacarop raised his right band with the palm to e-owd, nut they permitted the officers one pill Is a dose, and forty doses in br Vertre A Co.,old J. T.SK. .

,.: In the Crimean war the front as if to say to his adversary: In H of the law to put him in jail lie was each bottle. Every pill guaranteed to I. < W. Depot.
give satisfaction by II. E. Stewart Pa Corn Mled,per sack: 110 lbs..3 UIOtoUSOau.
where a vast number men were got "Wait a bit, I'll soon bo with you"and indicted, arraigned, tried, convictedand latka. .White,per tack: 123 Ib*. 2JIO to UI
there then drew his rod and after Ground Feed, per aack 100 Ib*. l.UtolW
together at close quarters. wiping
very sentenced to death by Judge E. Feed Meal.per pack 100 Ib*.,. 1.10 to MS
were wore than 750,000 men killed, driving out the stuck cartridge took a C. :Moneare in less than twentyfourhours NOTICE I I Par Wheat Feed per sack 100 Ib*.. 1.20 to l.3IJ
The piece of rag from his pocket, and, wetting Poor H.y.No. TImothyper ton. ISJMtolloO
each of them at the cost .f
it with tongue.attached to the after the crime was committed.The Wheat Bran,per .. J'.oou> It.OO
t maximum of cost was reached in the Grit and Meal per bbl. I."to.(
slit in the rod and deliberately cleaned Rust Proof oats. per lm h.coto J*
best metal of At of the Board of Public
siding a meeting
of the roofing or ... ..
civil Each bbL
American war. one out his Best l'rte.t floor per UnioiJM
i carbine. The
delay sorelytaxed any kind, at the lowest prices. Call on Instruction of lutnara county, he'd ; Cotton Seed Meal,Brlfcat, pe set,:: 15.00 to 2tI, .
Iji $81.000 deaths, though this U a small the patience of Hampton as it or address A. C. Buchanan Palatka Cotton Seed Meal. Dark,per ton.... Z2J W ZU)
rwthnate we should Imagine was pure2iased would that of any gentleman who was Healthmeans Fla. jan2tf July 31st, 18&, in pursuance of the I No. 1 LInseed Meal ... '

r by an expenditure of 3,313. kept waiting to be shot at. But he was _ *_ duties enjoined by Section 2 of Chapter Port Roeendata Cement Cement,per bbl, per bbL. 2.:5 IJStolO"Platter to J.OG

belligerents in South America did as incapable of taking an unfair advantage FOR OVERFIFTY YEARS 4103 of the School laws of Florida, Parts,per bU. S.00tot2t:

of his enemy then. be was at so much more than :MRS. WIXSLOW'S SocrniNO STKCP has ; divide
the business more cLeaply not .pen,' they proceeded to
Brandy station where during the you imagine-serious and been used for over fifty yean by millionsof I FAST TIMEVIA
tug more than 900 per mao. t1e county into three County School Board
cavalry engagement the war mothers for their children while teething
fatal diseases result from
Small wan are generally o ty.) be dashed up to a federal colonel to with perfect success. It soothes the Districts, numbered and described as

The DanUh war extinguished! 3500M ; cut him down but seeing that his trifling ailments ne lected. follows: -
child softens the allays all pain -
ice at an average cost of about 3.000. I sword arm was disabled sainted him I Don't play with Nature's gums County School Board District No. 1,
cure wind colic and i Ii the best remedy
The campaign wnicheadeo at Bdowa instead and paued on to seek another' I shall have for its outer limits or boundaries -
greatest gift-health. for Diarrh such lines shall embrace the
mast toe reckoned, nsldtring its foe.The as Southern Go
high-roosting cock of the woods Uj-oaarefeeltor little sufferer immediately. SlId by drag whole of Precincts 1,2,3,4,5, C, 1, 8, Railway
brief duration have been ex
to penalve.
soon relieved him brain opening out of sorts,weak I //rlItaln every put: of the world. Twenty U. and 10, as now laid out and recog-

Every life cost neArlY Jl 500. It fire but at Hampton's return shot the Brown'sIron sod generally, ftenrocs.have exhausted -. five cent a liottl. Be Hire aud ak" for nized as voting precincts of Putnam

\ la a etr&nge Ueeeeaity .which make carbine fell from his grasp and he no appetiteand "Mrs. Winslow q Sothm':.' !" \ i r 'p! and county. (WESTERN SYSTEM.)

civiliztd eocietie expend what would jumped down. and. after picking it up I begin cast at once work taking ,. take no oilier kind. County School Board District No. 2,

\, be a comfortable cbaintenance for with his left hand. retired to the rear. the most relia. shall have for its outer limits or boundaries Leave Jacksonville. 7.00pm 7.00 anc

thre or four men for Urn,detraction. Atlanta Constitution. ble medicme.which strengthening isBrown's such lines as shall embrace the Arrive Macon . 4.25am ".:>> pm
I whoi.' of Precincts 11 12 13 14 15!
Iron Bit. ,
f one.-London Tit-Hits. Arrive Atlanta .. 7.35 am 1.: )pm
SAD MEMORIES. ten. A few bottles 22, 23, 24 and 25, as now laid out aud 1.20
care-beaeti Arrive Chattanooga. pm 4.45 am

$100 Reward. $100. -IJcvUVUU....> Food- Ambition and III* Bitters comes from the recognized as voting precincts of Put- Leave Chattanooga.. 7.20 pm 7.05 am
very / nam county.
Arrive Cincinnati. .. 7.30 am 7.20
The readers of ibis paper will be Early IHatb. a.s.t aai* ( aunty School Board District No. 3. pm
Urtk, and 1. a Arrive Chicago. .. 5.30 pm 6.45am
.leased to learn that there ie at least I remember the morning he made shall have for its outer limits or boundaries
f pleasant to Uke.
_ _ Arrive Cleveland. ... 530pm G.-L' am
his in
;ne dreaded disease. that science ha* appearance Camp Scott, Worcester such lines as shall embrace the

\en able to cure in all its stages, and Nasa. in his shining new uniform It Cures whole of Precincts 1C, 17, 18, 19. 20 Arrive Toledo. . 4.00pm_ 7.25am;

uti* Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cute turning slowly around that I mightsee and 21, as now laid out and recognizedas Leave: Cbattsuooga55jiii.&m

,the only positive cure known to :hetdioal how neatly it fitted, and calling Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver voting precincts of Putnam county Arrive KnonUle. .10.00 pm 10.25 am

fraternity. Catarrh *>eins a my attention to the bright buttons Neuralgia, Troubles, TI.e above was passed and approved Amue Washington 9.40pm 4.42am

fiMUulional dht.vinjure- a con- that "looked like real gold" he said. Constipation Bad Blood bv the Board July 31st.. 1804. Arrive New York. .. 6.52; am 10 K am

tieataient. nil::/" Catarrh- lie was a universal favorite with the E. : CHILL .
iuU0aft.l ::to Train Jacksonville at 7 m.
A : "boys." always ready to do kind Malaria Nervous ailments leaving p.
reUtaken internailv, acting: tltrmlv a act Chairman. is Veslibuled from end to end, and

jon the blood auil mucous &urf..ce of his winsome untie and cheerful disposition Women's complaints. Attest: Tnos. W. RALPH, runs through solid to Cincinnati via

: TMn. thereby tlestrojing the making him welcome at all liar:' esity the ee- tne- it has crossed red Secretary. auSl.If Beautiful Queen and Crescent
oa the wrapper. Ail! others are substitutes. the
indation of the disease cud giving times. wherever he might be. On receipt of t w ic stamps we ST.urUs4r Route.

$ patient strength by buuding up the My husband being there awaiting will send set of Tea Bea.WsI. WeU' rnisrs T.ai-atar Gr.,1 This is the favorite Route to all East
Fair Views sad booktree.SROWNC4EMCA1.CO.
istitulion aqd at&lsttug nature in orders to go to the front I made frequent '
BALTIUOUE, Ha so, why don't you try Bergs' nail Tennessee and Georgia Resorts.
It* work The proprietors visits to camp with my little
ing further information please write
Hair For
Renewer? It is the only positive
its curative three-year-old"- boy. "Lieut Willie."
lYe BO moch/aith ID powv call J. C. BEAM
)I, that they offer One Hundred ))oJ- as his comrades called him soon singled Renewer on the market. It stimulates or on ,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
for anfc&se that it fails to cute him out as his particular charge 2000 rolls Wall Paper, the Hair follicles and gives the hair a 136: W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

I net for list of testimonials. dubbing him the -Uttle CorporaL" all new patterns cheaper I soft, luxuriant, youthful appearance.Sold C. u. T1CD80S: Gen111anager.
Address, F. J. CncsKY & Co., He was anxious to get off to the seat P.
G. A.
and warranted by IL 1:. Stewart W. A. 7rxx,
Toledo, Ohio. ofwar, "because seebe would than at I .
-. ,you ever LfllIenthal'sl PalatU. A C BESCOTZBA.G.P.: A.
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THE TIMESHERALDPUBLISHED You can't expect to get good price 1 i l

for your orange If you wait till everybody On Se oci a. mat -

FRIDAYS.HE begins to ship. It is not a ques hi Mrs EJOSEHI lit

tion of their beinsr yellow, only are 1

TIMES-HERALD ICO.. Pubnshers. thy bright and large \othingsmaller f 67 veal I

: thAn 22G win tell well We color them
tlPflc.1\; : In Dana's BoHdinc. Front Street
pI neat to Port OOee.PALATKA for yon in healed! cellars at no expense rail men once to Ii
to you. Souod Jamaica orangesare Lbampioo. Jeffci i II.

FLA., SEPT. *s, isw.TROne selling at $3.00 to $4.60 per box. [on August Oil{ ,

4.- Why into market at ? MismulquaJ'
-- not put some once mumed to !
...grKL4tn foN U Year. .1.... *fc Liberal advances when Mast .
;;,o..u. lie r .. "Otm MoaUM, M... requested. \ I.
"i ioD B dues U adraftot i For information stencil*, Ac.: writ re bier Hv .I) one children for Infants and Children.;

I to Tnos. R. Town s. run t a mffiro tbe luis of a kindighr I I. ; -

AIUt\V.u. AXi DEPAKTtmE OF:MATt Jacb.F.(1jt Auction Co. and hIU.'st: Lltb"r.l He has 'oni i
T? aM From the Foot OflMttftl {fc TJ'10nit I Do You Know: that Parr>or-,
r bet and two siuers. lie was pos MOTHERS,
AKHIVAL: ,j' : Mrs. \Vm. Rutherford, who has bei n '. Cordial taany palled Soottanr c,raps aol
3niThr-: ->ii :U mall f roai W 1 e( "s,'d of an'u" entlve mod: and wa/
911I aaiThr<.iuh mail fray t ; 8 F sending the summer in North Geor- Carrie moot remedies for children are compose etaataai or taarptunr '
a hard 'ker. and
w u mentally physic
K>or> Kortk;.
a mj .I| mail from
In*' A M Loral I mail from ftoafb! 'iJlA'I B I gia, was in the city this week )'liliDgrelathes. a. \. In N:;4 Dr. Brown came Son\$, Do fan Know that opium tad morphte are iftjn fjan,narcotic pni 'ns '
1iI'I : AtaThn. mall front Xartb dsJ I; K W I Mrs. Rutherford ROCS fnm Save the c
u ..r a mix*'al! null f rn MM**1a ItoatK and in 1$5O name IQ possession of 411 Do Yon Know druggists .pot to bell narcotic
&&in most countries ar permitted
>mi, m Thro mail'\ Ir...... North vU J 8tA 4t I I this place to Savannah where she willreell'l
lo.l ,. in the future. ,
I4e i.niTUr + nailfte@ $itheierAtj brouh.rTor
:ltlt pto Tlir mail from North TU J X-JR --- Hood's Sa. S PunBlood tn ton, where Jht was Ton Know that you should not permit any,medfefB to M gwn your chU
4 30 a'll Tbi.IJ' uuii t from &iath rte J RtAKijepjnThru fi'\\ burial on Wednesday. He was Interred '
( mail I rom "eat ria O 8II15 4- You run no ri Etc."My unless you or your physician know of what Ituwmpoted, J ?* '
p n Ttir ;A D4t Yon Know that CastoriaJs purely vegetable MIl that list of
BJCrARTCBKttiamThrouebnnafc a
: preparation
: ) North via .1 T a K W do all that tbe manufacturers claim for tan very efl, .rl, Ave lean being conducted by Rev. Mi
4,w a Throw malt w West m 0 S 8 rIsauDSts4rp't tL Warranted no care no pay. Thereare old,tad for fou I,dtsase. Iii Ward. f lu Ingredients Is published with every bottle t
\ loCh oOn'To the t In a mAIl Ot
imit.at GEN and hubs
I : uueb man Snath via F 8 R It many pet arms r. She .oult ":t Do Yon Know that Cat orhh M the greacrlrtioi of the famous Dr.Samuel ntcher.
K 30 a m ThnuiKh mall to gkwtli eta J T$Ji W VINE a,k for GROVE' Sold ou its scratch ores, dlteharJin the t Bare reUdaD4tea.ropeothe' Don't be humbugged I me othe
Sin Matexi : eruptki I That It bu been In use for nearly thirty :years aDd that more Castoria b now oU than
l merits. No cure no .
pay. "
> 10.w Local mail*.8 atb Via J 8t A&ll ttI articles of genuine merit the BUCK J
For sale by Ackerman & Stewart of an other remedies for chJMren combined
I :lad Dtopatch Two Bottles 6T HoQd'sSarsapartlla \
mal $ dI"ia'-8 It RtosoaaThro'aa8soSogbvta SKIX BREECHES have many Imita-
Tb"oGda to
Ul38. .
ai jut A&: I Kta 'druggists.Mr.( caused the eruptions to heal ant Do Ton Know that the Patent Offlo Department of the United State, and of
I tors. branded/ 'Buxkin -
00 nt Through mall to Kmh rU J T sir K W C. I. Rowton has moved his and the seabt pealed off,after whle4 thetkii are other cooatrie,hare lamed exclusive right to Dr.Pitcher and hla asrigna toe tIM the wordI' '
:!00 pita Through mat tw South via J T& K WIt I became soft and tmootn. Aa a faintly medlclM 1 others "Buckskin" (without the wordnt'eecbatj .
: :.pin Local null to North rU lust stock out of the old wooden building I ) and so on.AI f'Be sun Cajtoria"and lu formula,and that to Imitate than Is state prison offense tPo
a on -Local mail to Roath via Beat '
3 30 K pm Thro' mUl to North vtaJStA&IR which he has been occupying on Lemon HOOD'S BUCKSKIN BREECHES is branded oi Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
4 M pai Through mail to West via U 8 & F the
its Buttons and the Trade Mark (buck
to being torn I
street preparatory because Cactoria had been proven to be absolutely Larml**? .
down. A nice, substantial brick block! and dogs) on the ticket.
WISE AND OTHERWISE. Sarsaparilla Do Ton Know that 35 avaraga doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
is it. ,.. ,. .
to replace James G. Watson was arrested In
..nb,or ODe cent a dose? t
raragapba rrtalalaf to Palatka pointI New York city Frfolay morning for attempting ;.
edIT rcMnted. CURES Do Ton Know that when poaaetoed of this perfect preparation. your chOdrea may
to defraud parties by promising -
Wad Orange Seltzer be kept weB and that yon may hare unbroken rest tWall
-. w*btUete Rood's RanaparlUa has no equal aced them positrons in Florida. lie told

The candidates spoke at McMeekinto When Baby wa lick,'tr8 fare br Caitorla. 1 recommend It." W. L.KIXQ.Bluff Dale.TeL each applicant, says the New Yorl ,the.a thing are worth b wiac. They are facU.ignatnre. .

a Mr sized audience. When aha wa a Child she cried for Caitoria.VTbrn HeM' Pills art the best family cathartic Post, that he was going to send three

Hon. R. W. Davis was in Gainesville ah*became ill,afro dune to Caitoria.tTbea paajI aced etsetva Try a box. 33 cent or four hundred people to Florida 01Saturday Tb. fao'slmtl. d' / Is ea f?eYT

she had CSiQdrea.ale rarethem Caatorla. of 'wrap ..r.t .
several days last week. The castor bean plantation at Or- and if the party wished to

Mr. J. J. Boweo wore a broad.. smile lando belonging' to Mr. Kirkpatrick, of come to Florida he was required to put {I

Saturday. It was a fine girl. the American' *!LtnseeJ and Castor Oil up $10, half of the fare. The appea Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.

rybodpraiscs the Orange bloom. Works, EaiTi L Louis, is said to be for money was put by Watson in suet

neat Jxjtrd in the city for the money. A horse attached tone of tbe city flourishing. ,)Itjit,proves a success IIwil a wav as to prevent his being kent ucustody

drays took a frighton Lemon street 1 adaimotberlteda try to Florida's in case of arrest, for whet
The steamship City of St. Augustinesails I yesterday morning and started on a run w'y. Captain Delaney arraigned Watson in
already DgJ t L. :
from New York for Palatka on that surprised the natives. He was '' the Jefferson market police court Justice t,

tbe 80th Inst. stopped before any damage was done While Mr. A. C. Edmiston 9 of Plant Hogan told him that there was ,t

The Fred. DeBary passed up the I City, in company withllMr. Samuel nothing on which the man could beheld G To

river Sunday night on her fist trip i *r. Ton Tr.blcd With Kelly, while driving over a bridge and he was accordingly discharged. -
Constipation or Sick Headache If so, 4 .
this season. :: why not tIT Beggs' Little Giant Pills? which crosses a deep slough last Thursday r'

Mr. E. D. Dancy, of Orange Mills, It only takes one pill a day; forty pills afternoon, the horse stepped over SALE OFMen's
one of Putnam's progressive citizens,' in a bottle. One bottle will cure you, tbe bridge, which was overflowed so "Poor fellow! he can hardly get t

was in the city Mo daJ"I I and only by IL costs E. Stewart 25c. Sold,Palatka.and warranted that they could not see their way, and along! let's lend him a hand."

WUd.-orange Seltzer 'cures Bilious they were thrown into the deep water. And so they did. And the old man,

ness. 10 and 25 cents at Peek's Drug There will be a "supplementary ex- Mr. Kelly managed to get hold of some with the help of the two lad, soon got
amination" of applicants for vacant bushes, which he clung to till help armed his trust onto the top of the hill and

Store. schools in this city October 1C drowned. then It work after that
public but Mr. Edmiston was ; was easy
Henry H. Kaufmann, of Columbus, and 17. See notice in another olumn The body was recovered next morning. Are you a helper? Are there any Suits and Pants

Miss., was la the city Monday and from Superintendent Ralph who are the better for you? Any

made as a pleasant.call" Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a Tired Weak, Serious, whoee load you lighten-any to whom

W. H, Young, who has been jon a perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and mood Means impure blood, and overwork or )iou are a comfort? Are you trmgtolead

visit to friends in Clevand, Ohio returned purifier. Removes biliousness without too muck strain on brain and body. any W God? .

home last week.. purging. As pleasant as Lemon Syrup. The only way to cure is to feed the Or, ar a yon hindering? Doee your -
It U as large as any Dollar Tonic and course ot life give pain to any burt .. .
When in the city go to Orange retails for 50 cents. To get the of i. nerves on pure blood. Thousands of Does your example lead any into *in1Do Is[ now in progress. ..Never again will you see the time whe
Bloom.. It is the most popular board. CINE ask for GROVE'S. Sold: on its people certify that the best blood purifier -
the best tonic and strength those who are laboring for Christ of value will be offered for little
Ins house in town. merits. No cure no pay. jy13 nerve goods equal so money
builder is Hood'a Sarsaparilla. What lad you a hindrance? \
Pimples boils and other humors of FOB S.1LE-A 500 acre plantation in It has done for others it will also do for Learn from these lads. Help, and I

the blood are liable to break out in the Gadsrfen county, Fla. Seven miles yon-Hood'a Cures. Io not hinder. Help the poor, the
ld, the ignorant the ungodly; help
warm weather. Prevent it by takingHood's from Quircy, twelve miles from Tallahassee ill can. Do not spend time and
HOOD'S PILLS cure constipation by you READ THE REDUCTIONS:
miles from on
and two Midway,
in sin folly selfishness.
Sareapanlla.Holmes restoring peristaltic action of the itrength or or
F. C.& P. Railroad. Address .TIESDERALD -
canal. Trv to do good for Christ's sake.
Erwin preprletor of Halidon office, ttal.tka mayl5tf alimentary Yes, for Christ's sake. That Is tin

Vineyard,near Pomona, has made into true motive. They who feel what Men's Suits Men's Pants.

far of O. M. Crosby founder of Avon Park, Teachers'Examination Tesns has done for them are the best
wine this rear, so 14,401 pounds lelpers. Ha went about doing good.
grapes. arrived from New York on the IroquoIs !ladled to save sinners. May you be We give you the choice of 135 250 good, durable $4.50 and

Sunday. Mr. Crosby has been all over ed by tbe Spirit to oe a. helper for hisPeculiar
J. E. Clark, one of tbe J. T.'s popular suits marked down from $9 $10 Pants, desirable patterns, r
firemen returned from Fairbnrg the North seeking settlers for Florida.In A -Supplementary' Examination" of iake. -...- .
conversation with a -' applicants will be held in Palatka, 'md $12 for duced to
Neb., Monday, at which place he has newspaper representative to Itself.
be said Florida need not OCTOBER ICm AND ITrn, trot,
been visiting friends and relatives. $7.50 $3.00
Hood's Sarsaoarilla is peculiar to itself -
beg for immigrants any more, as thousands Io obtain Teachers to fill vacant in a strictly medicinal sense, in
Mr. James Fennell,Jr., one of West were coming, and that there Schools. Examinees will provide themselves hree, important particulars viz: tint, We give you the choice of 195mits '';

Putnam's prosperous citizens, was in would be more actual settlers in the with fools cap paper, pen and in the combination of remedial agents marked down from $14 $15 30( all-wool, stylish 1 tailoj

tbe city Saturday and made us a pleas State this fall and winter than has ever ink for their work. ised: second, in the proportion in I made, 4'.5.kr.IV and $6 Pants; -i '
ant call. Will open at 9 o'clock m. ?hicb they are mixed; third, in the md $16 for
been kno*n. TIIOS. \V. RALPH, process by which the active curative duced to

Wild Orange Seltzer cools and purifies se27-3 Superintendent. properties of tbe preparatiou are se- $10.00
A Dead Open and Shut I
the Blood. 10 and 23 cents at These three important points $3.50

Peek's Drug Store. And no foolishness. where Beggs'all Cherry others FIRSTCLASSPRIVATE make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar in AVe give you the choice of 250jlegant : f
will cure
Cough Syrup ita medicinal merit it
Sunday night thieves entered the fail. Sold and warranted by H. E. uses hitherto unknown. tailor-made suite marked 350 of the finest custom-made

residence of Mi. John Grainger on Stewart, druggist, Palatka. BOARD But it is not what we say but what down from $16, $10 and $20, for C.50and. $? Pants, reduced to!!
opper Lemon street, and stole several lood's Sarsaparilla does. that tells the
Secont'-hand Caligraph for tale, in Hood's has
lory. What Sarsaparilla
articles of clothing and Mr. Gralnger'swatch. $12.50 $4.00 !
good order. New machines on easytetms. lone f>r others is reason foj confidence .

,JESsE E. BURTZ. hat it U the medicine for you. k:

Messrs. Tilghman & Sons are building THE ORANGE BLOOM,

a 40 foot launch to be used for 1: 1'. P.

pleasure parties the coming winter.It LEMOM ST., BETWEEN Isr AND 2D. Pal atKa Heights AcademIA
PrlckyAsh, Poke Root and Potassium. ]
n to be equipped! with the Sintz irINNINQg'5SCXIEDULE I
Makes Marvelous Cures in Blood RATES Low. TABLE FIFsr-CLsss.

gasoline tugine. Poison, Rheumatism and ScrofulaP. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Select School of Hih Grade for

A large number of offenders ap oth sexes. Open MONDAY, Sept.
blood! builds
P. P. purifies the up JAMES GAMBLE
peared before Mayor Griffin during the 2-1. Session nine months.
the weak and debilitated,gives strength
week and dealt with according PROnilETOR.
past were p20-tf TERMS:
to weakened nerves, expels diseases,
to the law. giving the patient health and happiness Mmary . . ..'$1.50 per month
Major Fowler arrived on the steamer where sickness, gloomy feeling. Lcademic . . 3.50 II .* ..
<< Crescent Saturday morning from and lassitude first prevailed.In nEXOllriOllS) mmercial . .. 5.00 --
himself blood poison mercurial poison .
which ,
Crescent City, to place
malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood I Arrangements can be made for special : :
and bherman drove overland from ?
son Stu-
skin diseases like blotches, pimples, -AT- coarse-, on special terms.

Dajtona.Mrs. old chronic ulcers, letter, scald head, Low Rates j ents prepared for college. A Night -OF THE-
without fear of contradictionthat Very School for Commercial Course and
J. J. Costello and hei charming I we say )lodern Languages will be opened in a
: P. is the best blood
P. P. purifierin VIA. Beach & Miller Line
daughter. Miss Maud, who have been the world. onvenient location down town on or

spending the summer at some of Geor Ladies whose systems are poisoned, bout October hLTuo1Ls
Four Route A. M.
gia' summer resorts returned to this and whose blood is in an impure condi-
ion, due to menstrual irregularities, se2S-lf Principal. Steamei- EJSCENT:
city Thursday evening. TOLL rOl>TS fS THE
benetitted the
are peculiarly by wonderful -
Mrs. DeVall and Miss SUie, who tonic and blood-cleansing properties North IX CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JU- WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:.

have been visiting Mrs. J. A. Ivim- of 1' 1'. P. [Prickly Ash, Poke DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, }'ROM JACKSONVILLE AT 8:3C A. )f. FROM CRESCENT, Crrr AT.7:00. ar3undays

mona Eviotton for the past five Root and Potas-iutu]. For sale by all Northwest and West. I PUTNAM OOU 'TY-Is CHAN '
LarPMAXX BEOS. Mondays
druggists. Tuesdays Saturdays
t CERY.Jilia. ,
weeks, returned borne iJonday.Mrs. Proprietors, Savannah, Ga. I 1. I

L. C. Wilson, of Avondale, Ala., Mrs. POX'T FORt ET TO REUEXBER On Octobtr 9th, tickets will be sold E.va HoUMer. 1) DOl rnr nn'.>ree. !" Wednesdays.
to points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Thursdays.
them. Cady UoiluUr. JiT
PeYalTa daughter, accompanied blood is
tbat unhealthy ',
impure, present
South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, ArrEARLNO BY THE AFFIDAVIT uF
Mrs. M. D. Vandervoort, mother of in all, and the direct cause of many Iowa, Nebraska, Idaho, Kansas, Manitoba I E. E. H ASK ELL. EM].. AttorMrr fur the I PUrrN..A.3L .
slat IMh*- Steamer '
iiteatea from which we suffer. Scrofula and U1sh.On omplalnant in bore entitled OMM, I IlinN ,
Mrs. E. Winditcb arrived in this city and Diseases Colorado, Missouri j I that the defendant Cady IToUtoter. It a '
rheumatism Specific
October 17th and November 14th i ito OB-rwidefttofUi* taM of Florida, aad that Isfand"and
New York. Mrs Van ravaged the earth and .t : Leaves Palatka daily (excepSunday..) at :3 p. m.. for Drayton
Tuesday from which have poisoned all ; be rmide la the ( home. the blood of nations for points in Michigan. ; oatton. And fiuber that be brttere the aceof i Way Landing. Returning leaves Drayton Island every morniBgtexceptuuday
ISdatka her generations
make .
will .
dervoort Tickets Rood returning twenty days : t ald defendant to be oft twenty-on lean.It for I'alatka and Way LandingJ. -*. -u. .
the evil of indescribable )
and are parents
from sole. 'I i_ therefore ordered that Ute defendant
date of ,
English Spavin Liniment removes horrors are under absolute ; CadI UoUi er. ilo appear to the bin of com- I, RHOADS, Agent, Jacksonville. R. J. AD.\rS.l '
Direct connection in Central Union i before the FirTH Agents Crescent City. .
plaiDC. filed herein oa or REACH ,
P. P. the infallible
all hard soft or calloused lumps'and control of IV only Station, Cincinnati, with all through'i )AT Or NOVEMBER. D. KfH,tbe name t-
blemishes from hones Wood Spavins, blood purifier known. trains of the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., tn ijf a rule day of this Court.or elM thus biD will
The P. P. P. Blood Cure has posiively be taken as confetaeV. and a decree pro con-
C.'urbs. Splints! Sweeney, Ring Bone, of Scrofula Queen &Crescent Route and Louisville f_entered against said defendant,in aft>)I'd- MANHOOD RESTOREDRr.aat rf f ;
cured numerous cases with UM RIM oC practice la each el** .
I & Nashville Railway. aace .._k M wp .YR ef.ru.e
Stifles, Sprains all Swollen Throats, I and Salt Rhnem in a short time, where Ask nearest Ticket for full in- I .ade and proTided _%_ .au w.r.Ii eed.s4&oC.N.cb.."..k BOTTOM.f alMM.tMM LoM......d.ttlaulrliwf.raoa.terVOR.:

Coughs, etc. Stave: iO .by use of one all other blood purifiers have failed. ormation as to Ratea Agent, Routes and i 1 bed It U ones further a week ordered for tour that consecutive this notice week ta pab-*ta tin bT:T. !rBJMU. |...::=.a4I .tbhlerr.ei.a.wlverar.flobsrrw. f MVCT 1atia.rathaOrrssa feliMr.asy a
wonderful Pleasont to take applicable to diseases .walNisrrnnr.cne.a.Wos.e l.a.atf r tas.en
the most ;
laid ( .
Warranted aewspperpublished
bottle. Tixxa-HcxaLD a
arc nLeIa.
STOPOVER PRIVILEGES address nK r.a. situ.
,oi _. s her w. s rw.a..r .
and old Florida. roeaa : .: old
of infancy cge.Dr. Pntaan County, ; -
Wemish Cure ever known. Sold Eo McCoRMicK, D. B. MARTIN .j{ Witness my hand and the seal. of our said dR.eu. ieeRiw tau!sni a:: """rt..fOl'rM..awsa8Qol! & '

V Harry E. Stewart, druggist, Palatka, Price' Cream Baking Powder Pass. Traffic Man. Gen'l P. & T. Agti MrtonthUUMKKhdayof Sertember. A. D. Ate, &:Y.rag1.loResoo.tCW.rla..lyWwkaTalkCLeiDtaAlsta.&,.... .....,,. .A44NR a J11tYt.lrE1441..ata.eMTtatyla .

;FU. Most Perfect Mde. Big Four Route, Cincinnati, O. f I (r..I.l joarra PRICE o Tk. ....


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for he ,. d Clerks.Ata 1! District Xo. 23-Palatka Court House-M. .
SORROW OF '62. watching the colonel Hanghton. Kohl, Wm.
""A Inn, Inspectors; A. t1.
._ one hundred yards distant. T. Bangher, clerk. .
& he rode swift away. "Now, sir offieer. I send you my card
I ring her minis.sioners District No. 24--Palatka. Corner of Madison
UM on Us mlUoc red Ups: flash and In an instant m
a a report
*ntly dying, tfpoa his breast lay and reek streets-J. D. Jeffords. John Real.
TC, fastened there by her cweet Coffer the arms of the officer were thrown h Uie Robert Cairns, inspectors,J.J. Costello clerk. trJ
flip* wildly in the air; he reeled, recovered following F District No. -hI&tka. Engine Honse-H.
JLtd\ and purred and wearlmr the m,. himself and then fell from the saddle lion finger; Jamed Danf orth. E,S. Neck inspec- n >
r he were
galloped tad g.yly sang
A shout of triumph ran along our ijH.R.; Estes, clerk.
e Ton.my love: we will lore on fbr areP State and Cou Z
der the words were, and clear Ue note line, but Harvey turned to me and I

1 rang.I. said: the 2nd day of fOSS WASTED.-Highest cash pricesr r t"f'o
.' e s e e
Come, colonel, let us go over in a
at her easement the moonbeam st.1I1I ) all moss. For all particulars
streamed. boat and get his body; he may have I I District X 0. 1- g
I Davies & Griereson Welaka l
fpsneln* with fairy feet through the rose important papers about him. | C. H. Gutter, 8..8.f 0
I? Tine. ,A few minutes later we reached the VTUllams,clerk. tory, Welaka, Fla. novltl

the bright naldea reposing than other side, and"Just in time, as the | District No. 2-GeorJ -1'.

1 f Of her dreamed brave lover toRt rroulng the line. federal troops were hurrying forwardto Adam King, John<3re | uspectore night while Noah Me- Z. -I )I

Tell that she beard not the hiss of the lead avenge their officer's! death. We Parish,clerk. of phosphate mines in

;Piercing a path through the rose on his reached the fallen man, and with one District Xo.-Xonralk-J. H. Beasley, 8.1 rn portion of Alachua
breast loud cry Cot Maddox threw himself Pollock, W. K. Here, Inspectors;D.L.Morg I
fjtor saw the gray art,BOW bedrabbled with Iking near what is :c
upon the prostrate form, exclaiming: clerk.
L. K. Tucker, E 8. tion the tiger hew CD
I Nor taught hit last sigh, as be murmured: "Great God, forgive me! I have District Xo. 4-Welaka- n as ,
"Celeste:" killed my own brother%" Green,A.P. J>o tell, inspectors; C. 8. Packard and robbed of S15C. Tom ill NFL

I Leonora Beck.la Blue and Gray.J Never shall I forget. the look upon clerk. Thomas, who are im-
District Xo.COIDOJ.. W. Harrison, Win
poor Harvey's face as he looked upon Horace plicatec ted and Eaves cor:- 2Co
J BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. &I'r701'JE. Starr,inspectors; Pryor, >
the cold, upturned girlish face of his
clerk. fessed n one of the party.
I A Tragic Story ef a Pulse Office and brother George. I District Xo.6-Pomona-JobXM. Cook,H. W.
Confederate Cot.... "Come, Harvey, we must away or
Pcndleton, W.J. Keown, inspectors; George F. It is uthority that
Harvey Maddox was always noted we will be taken* I said and I drew Barren clerk.District i i r 9

from his early boyhood, as a wonder- him from the sad scene, and not a moment t! Xo. Satsuixa. Heights-U. A. Hod E. J. Car M. Carter,

f folly clever fellow. No boy at school too soon, for the balls were fall- gesT. T, Hlnks. John A. Knight, inspectors; chairman an National Q

dare contest with him in the youthful in? thick around us. I VT.8. Bentley, clerk. Com'UIUee the lands of

; sports that all boys know and lore so We reached the other side, and the District No.ft-San llateo-F.A. Bailey, B. 8. Chas. L. I annee county, trJtT1
well and as he grew older and entered face of the poor colonel was hardly SaUna, Richard Yelrlngton, inspectors; J. A.
college he still held the palm-still was recognizable to those who had known Crosby clerk. also the i titer Railroad,

Tictor in all games. And not alone in him so full of life. District No.rresident City-W.8.Cone, E. which runs MsRuTille to Lauraville. jCO

youthful sports was Harrey superior t
his comrades, but also in his studle father, sister, must never know by Jones,clerk. *., hotel Hudson-on-the Sawannee also
Di.tdletO.10-Federal Point-S. L. Bowen CD
1'1 tIQ
lc stood first in his class. whose hand he died. This is indeed a 8 w
8. 8. Lloyd, Thomas. Lloyd inspectors; E. D. establish a line of steamers from Cedar
With high honors he graduated, and ,war of brother against brother.
the absence from college the following The next day our regiments were ordered Deny District clerk.Xo. 11-Palatka Heights-Loots Du- Key to Hudson up the famous Sa V p..

t year left a sad n.eaDe-one not easily: to different fields* of action, and pre! W. C. Hargrore, A, P. Fitxhugh inspectors wannee river. 2

,' filled. through the whole war I continually ;J. C. Sand, clerk e jI
I had been his roommate for two heard of the reckless daring of CoL District Xo. 12-Palatka.. August Hall-N. 0. Tickets to All Points.Gaze's .

terms at college in 1851>>. although he Maddox. Davis, A. T. Grarener, Hugh Orr, inspectors; .! -I
Tourist Office and the City I E. .
Lad a brother a student in the same : It was ytars before we met again Peter Gardner clerk. \. V
,, vnirersity. but George Maddox possessed and then rn a cafe in a French townwe District Xo. 13-PalatkaJEnglne House-B. Office ofthe Georgia Southern & flor-

a quiet, girlish nature and cared met one night. He recognized me, W. Howell, John P. Duaae.,Uennls Peterman, ida Railway, at PEEK'S DRUGSTORE .. *"

: little for manly sports. Thus, as liar- for the change that had come over inspectors; 8. E. Bond, clerk',. corner Second and Lemon aq VI
J rey's room was the theater of constant him was such that I would never have District No. It-Palatka, Haifa Store-J. D. >
Barnes, streets where tickets can be purchased \II
Points, Ernest Rowton, Robert inspectors ,
action-the scene of sword exercise known the happy friend of my boy-
and pistol practice, not to forget the hood.-Js. Y.News. ;John Speck,clerk. by all lines to or from all parts" of the t-3 tI
District No. 1 -h1at.k&, Skating Rink-W.
world. Unbiased intonnaU lowest v1k
manly art of elf defense with the ,
WORSE THAN RHEUMATISM. )I. Davis Wm. M. Stewart. J. )I. Powers, inspectors
rates and best accommodation.
"glores"-the two brothers by mutual
consent decided to occupy separate Tile GB.iml's Reminder *f Taake* Cari .- ; N.8. Collins clerk. Tours, corner Second.:and Lemon lrqzgO

chambers. Both. were devoted to each ", !*..uses Sbootteg."Gen. District Yes -Interlachcn-O.. H. Ewing, streets, Palatka, and'141iWrst Bay
other and especially did Harvey re Phil Cook holds his own well, clerk.R. CoDe, Lett Allen inspectors' ; E. S. ..1'1. streets, Jacksonville, Fla. aplOtl ()

;ere and lore his brother,George, and considering that he is away up In the blast *
l1-onr08'-G. P. R-
District No.
.Ljj Don:
in the latter congratulations to his seventies, said Capt. Harrison, at a turn Kfnnerley.E. Barker, inspectors; D P. Johnson Last Thursday aue at 2 o'clock, j8J

brother, when in graduating he took in the conversation, to a Constitution ,clerk ''j I ashram No.12 wee toacblngTampa

l from him the first honors, there was reporter "especially when you remember District Xo. ll-Baldwln's-L. W. Fennel], from Port T pie; it gran"*over and 0

f _o shade of envy although George had that he was shot all to pieces. Ills Frank Jenkins, Will Price, inspectors T. B. killed the fifteen monthV old child of
bnrned the midnight oil"and labored leg was so badly shattered that the Lorelace,clerk.
J W. P. Y ; the of the
long and late. for the coveted prize. surgeons wanted to cut it off, but he District ;o.19-Pntuam Han-W.J.Green J. ncy manager

After leaving college the two broth- woaldn't let them. Then his arm was E. Strickland: J. E. Lane ln rectors; J. F Tampa Bay 1 laundry. The child strayed : tT1

u& returned to their home in New Woodberry,clerk. from its nurse, and was either standing -
settled Discreet No.2ft-Bannerrllle-John Harrey,J.
York state, and while George or lying on the track, and the en-
down to the practice of law in his na T. )Mlnton Aaron Values, inspectors; James
Mr. Pounds did not it in m
clerk. gineer, see
tire town, Harrey became a rover and Harvey, g.
of excite: District Xo. 21-Bostwick-Xfwman Crews, time.Johnson's.
; In the far west sought scenes
Edward North,John Hancock,inspectors;William .
bent and danger. ui is the most
P Register,clerk. Oriental Soap
Soon he became noted as a wild rider J
District No.22-1'raDeia-J.)I. Cannon T. H. delicate facial soap for ladies' use in 0
and the best shot in the west and was
Wlgg, P. J. Becks inspectors R. D. Howell existence absolutely pure and highlymedicated. >
ft feared by many of those daring derpers4oes Clerk. 4 For sale by Ackerman & _

'', who Infested the western i District No. 23-Palatka, Court Uoose-W. A. Stewart, druggists.Mrs. .

country. i I Llrtngston,G. M. Dads, William Item inspec Z ;
From the west he wandered south ton: H. Hengereld,clerk. Annie Abbott, the Georgia i

and when I again heard of- him' It was District X4.24-Palatka,corner Madison and wonder, who, it will be remembered, JrjZ.:
as a planter in Texas. \ Peek streets-J.Jeffords, John flea RobertCalrnes
A few years pawed and then commenced ,Inspector:J.J.CasleUo.clerk. created a great deal of comment on her

1 the civil war.,and with heart District Xo.-Palatka, Engine Douse-B. J. power while at the Sub-Tropical at ot/J

and soul Harvey Maddox went into the. Grooms,Fred Deuber, William Green, Inspec Jacksonville a few years ago, has given <

cause of the south and from his popularity ton; H.R.Estes,clerk. some exhibitions in New Yore lately,

well-known courage and honesty JOSEPH PRICE:,
which have baffled the doctors of
Clerk and Auditor,
of purpose he was elected colonel
'.f a southern regiment although hewas Board County Commissioners. that place.Dr. .

1 known to be a northerner by birth. Palatka, Fla., Sept. 7,1894.Inspectors .
It was not long after the struggle TOO MCBT SAVE: BHCCMATUM" IV THAT' Price's Cream Baking Powder H'A

commenced before CoL Maddox became AKX. and Clerks' Wertd's Fair Highest' Award.

famous for his reckless courage and, shattered, and they wanted to cut that Early last Friday morning the old Q

1 above>> all. for his swordsmanship and off too but he said: 'No,you wanted to To Serve at Election for MemberOf hotel known as the Trasher House, on
,[ eing the best shot. in the army. cut off leg and I have been fighting
i my
His hair-breadth escapes and his' ever since.' A surgeon standing by Congress. Nov. 6, 1894 Marion street, Lake City, owned by J. ? ()

[fancy pistol shots were the talk of the said: "General you shall have the I D. Taylor, was partially destroyed by

[tamp and, hearing his name under arm If it is possible to save It. And At the meeting of the County Com- fire. Insurance, 1500. No insurance

l [discussion one day, I determined to for a long time it was doubtful whether missionen, held September 6,1894. the on furniture. Mr. Taylor will re
f [side over to his regiment and see if it could it.
they save following Inspectors and Clerks of Election build. h.

t I (was not my old college chum. "A year or two later the general was were appointed to serve at the I .
a I I As I expected It was my old friend In congress, where his rugged honestyand O. L. Rice, Mendota, III., writes:
election to be held for Member of .
find a warm greeting passed between us his duties a
close attention to won 'Have used your Japanese Pile Cure
Upon inquiry I learned that his Congress on the 6th Day of November I.
the respect and friendship of democrats $ and found it a sure and permanentcure.
ther Gerge had enlisted in the union and republicans alike. One day A. D. 189-1: For sale by Ackerman & Stew-

ay and that his family had cast him when a committee broke up Gen. Cook art, druggists.! The Clyde Steamship Co.
flanrey) off for going into the service was trying with some difficulty to put

c the south and he added: on his overcoat and one of his north- District>> Xo. I-Crescent City-.c. MrGrady

i fI regret deeply, old fellow that ern friends offered assistance, remark F.T. Rutherford, W. C. Norton inspectors; P. MAGNETIC NERVINE.

C l&Ch is the case for I love every mem ing as he did so: 'H neral. you must C. Mnith.clerk.:
bar and would not District Xo.2-Georgeto"" n-W. M. William
of family dearly '
my have rheumatism in that arm. Is told with wriHiiiuarantst
fire them pain but 1 have adoptedthe "'No' said the general, 'it isn't D. H.Cauey,T.L.Jennersna, Inspectors; J. C. I :, ( P-o.care
Tucker,clerk. I + N.rvou a trvtlon
south as my home and am willing rheumatism. One of your soldiers wasa 1 I:;' Fi.s, Dilli-
W. s. H. '
Districto. S-Norwilk-n. Bard
t risk my life in its cauhe. little careless in his shooting and Igot ,l, ne.Besdscbe.nd
W. Bard '"
Pollock K.I'ierce, inspectors;Harvey heeralrlasadwskrtainss.mssedb7es.
A. few days after we met again. It hit"Atlanta Constitution. clerk. I.. \ -
was the big black river and I was \ .+w+. n imtoiueofOpivm, '
upon District Xo. 4-WeUka. H. Bryant, C. F. i iWaldron..A. S /FX*
lying under the *ade of a large oak, Xo I'M to Dodge.A P. John Ihllow / hMn aTp4rer I _
Postell Inspectors; *
indolently Hacking and at the same considerable measure of fatalismis don, ofteninzofthe
,clerk. Brain,causing Misery,Insanity and Death;
watching the poor marksmanship of a a great help to a soldier. If what is District Xo.5-Como-D. E. Dusenberry, Wll Hrr u M,Impntranr, Loct PowerIn.ltherPr.tnatur.Old MX. I .

few of my men, who had emptied several to be will be, why be afraid of anything 8. Fryer,J. E. Starr,inspectors:J.W.Harrison onr-iDdulttDCe Ag,o"eM e,InTohmtarr>xertinn0t: the Ia.esmosedby Brain and .
revolvers at aa officer in the ? clerk. E"or.oI Youth. It irtretto Weak Crnos their

United State uniform who, with reckless A southern soldier describes a man District Xo..-I'omona- John )I.Cook W.C. Laoorrhora:.atar l vigor and and Female doablm W the kw-JOTS*, A monUi't of Uf.: treatment cures New York; Cha'restoo and d Florida Lines

courage had ridden close up to in his company, "a little Dutch Jew" Alvers, W. J. Keown, Inspectors;G. W. Otter. to plain packa*e t by mall, to any address,n
per box C box**$S. With every W order we airs a
the river on the other bank and as the "very Incarnation of cool impudent son clerk. Written Cuar-nte to e-r or refund the money
bravado in a fight." A consistent District No. f-8ataama Heights A.Baker, I drealara 1.... Guarantee Issued only by oar exclaniT Magnificent Steamships of t this Line are appointed
iit F. 8. Hodges Jjhn A.Knight IUpec&onZenaa.. *agent.
fatalist, he summed up his faith in
r one sentence : "You will never die till West,clerk. ACKERMAN & STEWART, to ail as. follows:

01Atrict0.1"11 Mateo-B.8. Salana. D. 8.Tlngley Palatka, Fionda.

your"One time day comeL'he saw me dodging a spent vington, F.clerk.A. Bailey, inspectors: ; Richard Yel- Calling at Charleston, S.C., Both Ways:

mini that came whistling uncomfortably District No. President City-E. E. Keene From Now: Tech, (STANDARD TIME.) Trues Jaeksusille.

near. W. .rune (Pier t9, t:.IL) HTKAJIEK- FI.rlda.
8 ,Julius Hanna inspectors; Lewis F
.n y. Dock he sang out in his Jones,clerk. VIGOHMENEaslll I I AUtOStlUlS .. n-b1. ()CI. -tiT.; :: ....
t'ElIXUU: : .' ... Tbnrsday.HnmUy .Oct. 4th, at 8.00 a.ss.Oct. .
-- piping voice. 'Vat's te use to todge i District Xo. -Federal Point-R. L. no..en. t Monday Oct. p. m..1 IRogfoiMCHEUOkKB tth, at 1e.jo a. a.
tern pullets Tey'll bit you shnst as E. B, HaielIF. E T n1W1, inspector;S. S.Lim wednesdey' Oct. ItU p. m.: : ::I :::: TlOMlay, Oct. stn. at H.30 a.m.
=-=---==-=--= veil aln'L'Youth' I I Friday, Oct. &tb. at S p. m.vt. ... ....t TEMAS3KN I I. .. TSwrmlay,Oct. llth, at 1.30 p...
:: -- rere.you &as TeN you d, clerk.District Qalckl/ Permaneitly Bestared. .. ,. .. .
I Monday, ( 8th. at S p. .... AU.HXCltl Sunday Oct. 14th. at coo a. *
Companion. I t X*. 11-Palatka Hcifftts:. E. Has- Wednesday,( t.llkl1.atsp.IIL.. .... I t'EKIXUU: I ...Tnenday. Oct. l tn, at 6.AIIIa. a.
l: Veil, W. C. llargr re. Dan (7D dscoll, inspectors Friday, (let inn, at 3 p.m... .. ..' IRfMlCHioTlu.nday, Oct. ink, at Lao a. at.
\ Aa Art t llrrotum. ,J. C. Sands,clerk. MAGNETIC NERVINEneo nttee to I Monday. Oct. 1Mb, at 3 p...... CHEKOKF.E Hunday Oct. :21M, at JO a. m.
restore tMaMhe 4. I'ni-s weaknesses,Nervous Wednee Iay.Oct. 17th. at S p.m... YEMA$.-!:E TaetHiay, Oct. 23d. at 12.00 txwMi
On one occasion Gen. Lee, while I Di making an observation stepped to a I Davis A. T. Grareuer Benj. E.Gay,Inspectors; the results o: overwork, worry, sickness, Monday, Oct. Oil, at 3 p. B. 8EMINOLE1RIMJCOIH Oct. 2Mh. at 4JOa.m,
r etc. Fall strength,tone and development given Wednesday, Oct. 24th. at 3 p. .... Tvespay.Thnday. Oct. 36tli at SJO a. ES.Vor .
Peter Gardner,e4erk.
somewhat exposed position,Jo secure a to erery organ or portion of body Improve.ment Friday Oct. 26th at 3 p. m. CHEROKEE Int. at IM a. m.V .
better view, and thus stood for'a moment 1 District No. -PaUtka. Engine House-C. r.I imnwdiatrly from =firat box. Tbmis. Monday, (lct.:9that 3 p. m \ AMASStEALGOMjl : ftn-day, o..th.al .JW a. mXor .
when Devereax. John T. Hmnd,John P.Duane.inspec .Dda of letters of praise on Slums nor office. Can Wednemiay. Oct. 31.,. at S p. m... .. 'IX Taesdar. th. at 11.aa a.I .>t.
at personal risk Gen. ,I be earned in vest pocket. tent by mail to any
: liracie, who was in the party quietly ton;B. W. Be"'''''. eierk. I address on receipt of price.. On. month's treat.
steppes before Gen Lee without ob- I District X... 14-Palatka, harts Store-J. D. I ment in each box. Price$!.00. :: Wnttea Guarantee to refund money if not cored.! I
Pt4'". Ernest Kowteo Robert !\anIUIIft"-
searing his view and remained thus !teed: to us for the Gennine. Circulars tree- Steamers ;
**J 8CST Tor MT CABD." Ion; Juke Speck clerk. I Tbe Elegant Iron Side-Wheel
covering the body of his until
; District Xo. -Palatka, Skating Rink-J. )[.
through a glass wax. calmer surveyingour the field-glass was lowered and the I Powell, W. )I. Haaahtoti A. L'fcina, inspector "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "

position. danger over- simple quiet act but 1, W. M. host.. clerk. : ,

That fellow has impudence and showing cool bravery and elf-sacri- histrleo.. Is-Iaterlacben-Lott Allen, Le CHILLSMORGAN'S AND

i pinch" i beard, and. turning around, Ceing spirit.-lllu* and Gray. Morgan. D. F. Bakrr inspector J. W. Ball .

1 wet Harvey Ma AT of the of the I ,
ing from a bore- posts signal I District No. IT-Monroe's-W. R. Jvhnson.

"How are you. Harv\"" I am glad corps (according to a southern writer), II Chas. Ue hearty T.Johnson. 'W'JIH'tonj R. I>. Lean Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at JJO p. m., daily (except
'" I an infantryman lounged to the man
v see you caviled out up Vaose.clerk. I
Sunday) for Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Landings.
"'Thanks. I thnnplit I would ride on duty and seemed deeply interestedin District.lHaldwin's-AUen Price.H. A. TO ALL OTHERS.
ever and make a call end find I his maneuvers. The signalman II Fowler.O. L. Whiteomb. inspectors; G. F.Bal It Is a true Chill Cure combination with Leave Sanford, 0.00 a. m., and Enterprise, 0.30 a.m., daily (except Sunday)

am uJ3o time to fire your mena paid no attention to the newcomer ; lard clerk. Veer- Tonics.. when properly taken it sever for Jacksonville and Intermediate Landing;.

iessSW-tn: ptttolnihooting, Order but continued to flop away right. andleft" District Xo. 1 -Pntnam Hall-George Jtobley. falls to rare the most olwtiaate case of Chills
I it will s.8 Fla.IL. .
And Ferer. Where others fail C1tr& General Pajwe-ger and Ticket Off!**, w. By Street, JcksavUle
them ta4ea*o their. waste of powderand with his flag.I! sa-a-y, C. Watki.... J. T. Rogers inspectors; J. C. It is pleasant to take,and coat-in aotklair lolajare
II.CI T Dl A.T. M. F. .IRODlOYOER, ..Y1a.hH. Agr.
drawled the. j& .fK
n4 show str-a-nger. fellow at last, Strickland,c'erk. the most delicate Babies take
ball, EB*. fort system. S Bowftag Green New Tork M West Bay*t.Jacksonville,FlTHEO. *
"are the fii-es a.petoterin of )"Our District Xo. -BannerrOle-Wfll Bryant. H. it easily. As a hale It is without aa cqoaL O. EGEE, T. M. JXU.L.HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agfc.
t. S. W. Guaranteed by yo-r dnfflst. BowIlJlC Ureen. New Tork
desist. and Mlnton. Morgan BohanBon. inspectors; Paeten J.A.LYSLILSopertetteedetttson1D4T1a
a Price SO cents bottle. A. J. COLE. A :
per centS {
JOCHTH Moore, who died
Cou at In- H. Mi Her clerk.
Harvey stepped forward from, the I. VCMGT & CO. Chattanooga Teno. UwwHfg Green, New Tork! Foot Laura Sfc, Jaekso nne,.Tla
notable Bostwick W.KoowU. ,
dianapolis recently, was from District No.M- -George
th his revolver
shade of jr ee and drew -
the fact that he planned and constructed D.P. Hancock.J. C.Crews.inspectorsWUUm
a weapoaJt&at had not yet failed all of the pontoon bridges Register clerk. HARRY E. STEWARTe22 WM. P. CLYDE. & CO. Gen. Agts.

ttThe union. officer! had Corned his used by Sherman. "on his march to thee Distnct Xo. Q-Francis-James Cannon. E.'I IS So. l>*Uwar .be Pllladetphia ,.: ft itewliaf Ore... Xew reek
w. Smith, J. J. HanuBoa. inspectors; R. .
laM upon tit .aad seemed intently % IA"' .<' .... A' Becks clerk. ( IPALAT A. FLA. ., "" .' '

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attend strictly to their share of the ar You're not hurt arc you"* he asked. I the to him. along all right after this. It doesn,
A\id5t ofOpsnsrKD rangement.'' anxiously as he noticed how white the I 1 When" + said: seem to bother him any, BO I don't see GROVES

"It should be a delightful country to young man was around the lips. e? I say I why it should worry me. Nice mother r

Alarms. live in, for the women.** "Look here ttenmark.you're a sent housd. I ly old lady, isn't she?"

They all say BO. We used to havean ble man. There is a;;time to interft ""1101 1312: ?" t.

racy adage to the effect that Americawas and a time not to. This is the t' "No; Mrs. lilt: I'm'rry I comp .
paradise for womenpurgatoryfor not to. A certain internationalment girl we mentedlgon vpur repartee. Yon. *_ -

young 4 pulled up his collar, adjusted ent sort of place for oxen." pute. Now, you stand aside, se. Stilly, if your

his necktie with care, and placed his There was no doubt that Yates hada good fellow, for I don wantto the way, how

hat Ina somewhat more jaunty and way of getting along with people. thrash both of you." FRAUD __' t

fetching: position.: As he looked at his companion he was The professor stood aside harbor any harsh i REh ft
fat troubled
"Are you going to pffer that girl a gratified to note just the faintest suspicion alized that when Yates caj" u t was more
? J1 than about the
rider he said to Bartlett of a smile hovering about her his last name. matters wtj rev> )"n FRUITVRAPPERS..

"No, I'm not;" lips. Itefore she could answer, if she "Now old chuckle heaj .w yOn gave hi m. {t AtG
Nows to him ih' Well. I'm 1 I 1 ,
"I think that is rath fonciril" he had intended to do so, there was a would like to try that aj glad" \ NO MORE CHEATING.
ocked into his head.
added forgetting the warning he had quick clatter of hoofs on the hard road "I kin do it a dozen/ something Consumers of Fruit Wrappers mar
had. ahead and next Instant an elegant satisfied. There airs er i I "You certainly did it most unsclentlfically. now know that they gel an hone-t
." ream of 45)sheets and ..
not Cteot W)
"You do, eh? Well you O1 | her a buggy, whose slender jet-black pol- raised on pumpkin pie th 1 "How do '" sheets to ream aa some unscrupulous '
ride. You hired the team.'* 'ished spokes flashed and twinkled in ag'in' that grape vine tw I I you mean-unscientifically 2T dealers supply. : ;:
[ the of the blow. I _
n delivery neT-
"117 Jove, I will," said rate og the sunlight came dashing past the "Try the grape-vine oj OUR "FAIR .
AND .. .
ersap a more awkwardly-delivered SQUARE"'Wrappers t -
his hand on the outside' of the i and I wagon On seeing the two walking together Bartlett proceededthis tiously I "='

springing lightly to the ground,se : the driver hauled up his team time for there in the undercut"Yates {' are put up In package of '
looked at his friend in aston. each,and each Wrapper is numbered.
"Likely thing," growled Bartletfeto I with a suddenness that was evidentlynot younfman fay u. In printing, consecutively TASTELESS
ishment. How should this calm learned
the ] a' tttitucte from to luuh No one can
the professor, "that she's going too relished by spirited dapple lIe took a

with the like of him." *> ', span he drove. and move s mtcir'to man know anything about undercuts. : orscience HONESTLY BEAT

The professor looked for amomen' "Hello, Margaret," he cried; "am I around YacoustanJy t posits to in blows? ''I: Hill
our prices. Send for
god samples and
"Well must admit I there
at Yates politely taking oft his hit to late? Have you walked In all the way?"* *J h, foe. you prices to

the apparently astonished woman "You are just In good time," answered I just the same. .
young "Yes brute force. A sledgehammer The Jersey Co.
by City Printing I
bat be said nothing. the girl without looking towards t
would have done welL But
"Fur two cent," continued Bartlett Yatea, who stood aimlessly r'', : as I JERSEY dry, JT. J.

gathering up the rein. "Hi whip twirling his cane. The young woman I .\&. ':'oo\_ _. >.;;: ,'.'.'SAt"4 1 you neatly' had and such an without opportunity to do it i I, =-- fold over 50 tons printed Orange : TCNIC
deftly any display
up the horses and let him walk the putter foot on the buggy step and { Wrappers in Florida last year.

rest of the way." sprangHfhtly in beside the driver. It .11. ,....' of surplus energy, that I regretted to i
see such an opening thrown IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS.WARRAII
away. .
"Fwm what I know of my friend needed no second glance to see that he 'I'
Heavens and earth this is
Stilly T ED. PRICE 5Octs.
answered the professor, slowly, "I was her brother not only on accountof
the in light What ln
thinkhe would not object in the slight the family resemblance between professor a new GAUTI.ITLS.. Nov.10.1393.;
teach in Toronto I Paris Medicine Co., tt Lout,Nu.
university -
eat** them but also because he allowed her you anyhow f1UyThese 1'nUemMD-W. v.hi net .....-. ago bottle of
to into the without t ? The noble art Jf>f self' defen-'" .RoVBTS TASTI.LI: f1': ','iIf uwl h*..
Ilartlett mattered something to him- get buggy offeringthe
b'.aebttore.gru. al ra.v 'tn t.< .r. laaMo .
self find seemed to change his mind slightest assistance, which, indeed, "Not exactly but If you intend to y't> tiny Capsules are superior |M.IM>4a< if 14OTIS, .:. _,oa trajUnetunt
and through Canada in this belligerentmanner to Balsam of Copaiba, / vCnbebs -MwrsiM. nn article thc.tf.ivurtt oalvWMUUU*>
abon hia not needed,
bones. \VaS graciously *
\ permitted toctMrn M yuur'ruok. Vuun truly.Aostr,
I think be worth and
Meanwhile, Yates, as has been said her to place the duster that covered 1 rt itAwould your or Infections ((MJDY ,Casa "co-
while to take few hints from CURE IN 48 HOURSthe
a me.
( >
1 '
took|ff his hat with great politenessto his knees over her own lap as ,
"With striking examples, I suppose same diseasesvitEou' For sale bvACKKRMVN *; STEW AT:r
th fair pedestrian and as he did so welL The restive team trottedrapidydown '
,,1-- By Jove, I inconvenience.
ha noticed with thrill admiration the road for a few rods until ,
a of they .1'tMI'1\,\ ,
,-. '"
.>. As the twp.came to the house theyfound Sold fy all Uru&ists.DRUGGISTS .
that she was very handsome. Yates came to a wide place in the highway, ,. : ... -;"- Bartlett sitting in a wooden ..................N.....
always had an for the beautifuL and then whirled around seemingly }- .. \
eye ,
( -i
''Ou conveyance," he began, "is not within an ace of upsetting, the buggy rocking-chair on the veranda, looking THE STANDARD. :

grimly down the road. ...... . . ....
as comfortable as it might be, yet I but the young man evidently,knew his 'f i

shag it. hospitalities.be yery happy" if yon will accept hand.business The and wagon held them was In joggingjalong with a.flrm \ "What in his an home old tyrant said that Yates.man There ACOr all & St wart i DURANG'Sf i

!HERE, DAB!ECJU1D: Tim TRI- was no time for the professor to reply ,
The young woman flashed a brief! where the road was very narrow, and 'UXTQATr .
TARMKB.VRI before within earshot
plan at him from her dark eye, and Bartlett kept his team stolidly in the they came !
""The old woman's out RHEUMATIC REMEDY
setting f
for ft moment Yates feared that his center of the way. At last lUrtleTutsprang forward, amidthe sup [
per said the farmer gruffly, that
langcage had been rather too choice "Hello there, Bartlett" shouted the next instanfffotmdjhimself sittingon piece, of information being LEMON STREET, P.LATK.FLA I .
for her rural understanding but before young man in the buggy; "half the a piece/of j erocUJipf: the- country % Iris sustained its repntstlon foe It yean +
I bIrds near as he could get towards inviting u being the standard remedy for the +
he could amend his phrase she an- road, you know-half the road." with a thousand humming
them to share his hospitality.Yates quick and permanent cure Rb*>ttraa-
.",'ered. briefly: "Take itr! cried Bartlett over his buzzing in hia'headJ hHeJyttars and WALL PAPER : Urn,GoutflrUtic, -tr, in .If its h>mu. :
I didn't know whether it was It is endorsed by thoo-andu of Fhysiclans. '
"Thank you. I prefer to walk. shoulder. the lands.a ne arounojoinedln( "& dance.
meant for an-.Invitation or not but he Pubitafcerand Patients It me *
"Well, I don't know that I blame "Come come, Bartlett get out of. the i ii together. The blow w sudden, well answered. Seeds jT vegMabie and t>nii<'fo up from the +
you. Might I ask if you have come all i way, or 111 run you down." plated and from the shonHer. shortly: : done. It never fails torar, :
"Thanks, we won't stay. Price la one dollar a bottle, or sir
the from the Tillage I "You just It1 Bartlett either "That," said Yates standing over
way try I "Speak fur yourself, please," snarled + Mines for five dollar our 40-psce Panphtet *-
"Yes." had no sense of humor or his resentment I him *is 1776 -the revolution-when,to Paints, + seat Free by Mail\ Address "

"Taat is a long distance and you i against his young neighbor use your own phrase, we met ye, fit6 Bartlett"Of course I with friend," said | Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co. t
must Iw very tired. There was no re- smothered it. since otherwise he would and licked ye. How do you like its go my Oils
fienmark "but for the tare
obliged 1316
we-are B.C.
ply; IiO Yates continued; "At least I have recognized that a heavy wag-on Now, if my advice i*of any use to you invitation" i LStreetWasWnfltoD, 0earth.

thought It a long distance; bat perhapsthat was in no danger of being run into bya take a broader view of history than "Please yourselves." + .J.e-"fI'. They act Lire with?i Pill.in east the that best makes oa J

was because I was riding on Dart- light and expensive buggy. The you have done. Don't confine yourself ** Varnishes, them a household l Ii living. *
that? cried a cheery voice
fett' hay-rack. There is no Mewny young man kept his tongue admirably, too much to one period. Study up the T rucx>/rrt rat BOX .*s iaxrj rot ttroe T
from the inside of the house, as a 7 ILL IT muesuraiu1
bed of ease' about his vehicle. buM knew where to touch of the revolution a bit." .
the war
just stout rosy and very good-natured Brushes .................. 1 1I
As he of the he lookedat made After
spoke wagon elder on the raw. Ills sister's hand Bartlett no reply. sitting _
at the front
looking woman appeared
It, and, striding forward to its side, was placed appealingly on his arm. lie there for awhile until the surrounding .
'I door. "Won't ? Who won't ? cmev1U\s
raid in a husky whisper to the professor smiled, and took no notice of her. landscape assumed its normal con i- stay stay j" Prs CAREFULLY
I'd like to see anybody leave house
: "Come now, you move out, or 111 tion, he arose leisurely without saying my : ,
hungry when there's a meal on the ta ,AND ACCURATELY C'OI'01J1WJD
that witha have word. lie the reins from the I 1
"Say, Stilly, corer up Jug the le.w on you. a picked
ble. And. if
men, can get a
flap of the tent. "The law!" raged Bartlett; "you just backs of the horses and patted the better meal young anywhere on you the Ridge my5-tf

"Cover it yourself." briefly repliedthe it nearest animal gently. Then he mounted '
up try than what 111 give why, you'rewelcome lompujr _ret1. 'j ruM.rk*. l.of>jrl,; J '
other; "it isn't mine." "Should think you'd had enough of to his place and drove off The professor you Carpets. Rugs OH Cloths and Label twglMered. Tw.niAre ye*r> PT.
to go there next time, but i ene'W.. report whether pm-nt can k .
Ya reached across and in a sort of it by this time" had taken his seat beside the Mcnrad or not Irw of cb.rjr.. nar fM D"t dee -

accidental way threw' the flap of the '4th! don't, don't Henry," protestedthe driver, but Yates!, putting on his coat this minutes.meal you'll Hiram have,that's here, inside fault often Justin a Lilienthal's.TlIE ull H. B patent, WILLSON I.allowed.A. 3'1 CO.pate, *n-Meek> ,". at Yt.t.lo.,
I tni-o-Kr the too conspicuous jar. As girl, in distress. and picking up his cane strode alongin You to your dinner trp.b.sranuetr. WASHIMGTONS t'.C l

an excise for his action he took up his There ain't no Jawr! yelled Bartlett front switching off the heads of a1waJ"llnrlte a person
if wanted to wrestle with him.
walklDr cane and turned toward his "that kin make a man with a load move Canada thistles with his walkingstickas you
Hiram a guilty start and looked
new uaintl.noe. Tie was flattered out for he roceeded. gave
anything. with something of mute appeal at the A. Baker /
to. she was loitering some dia "You haven't" any load, unless it's in CHATTER IV. two men, but said nothing. Big Four Route ,
the wagon and be speedily that jug. .
Bartlett was silent for a long time, "Never mind him continued Mrs. ,
her. The girl, looking
Yates with consternation that
saw but there > Bartlett "You're house; and, t
thing amy
was evidently sorv on
it & now quickened h..rpaL' the jug had been( jolted out from under HAS THE BEST )17l'Aen11lER or -
his mind, for he communed with him. whatever my neighbors may say ag'in'me
shortened the dk-
rapidly its but the consolation
covering happy I heard of
self the mutterings growing louder never anybody complain .
herself and the vehicle. ..mf'to him that the two in the buggy and louder until they broke the stillness the lack of good victuals while I waTIHET Terminal Facilities ')
Ya the quickness characteristic would believe it belonged to Bartlett.He CYPRESS AND ElLOW[ PINE
ofjjhim made up his mind that tide thought however that this dog-in- ; then he struck the horses, pulled
them in, and began his soliloquy over
was i ease of country diffidence which ATCIIIC.&Go
far .
policy gone enough.He again. At last ho said abruptly to theprofessor
was 'st to be met by the bringing stepped briskly forward and said to .

I ,- 4 Bartlett: I I "What's this revolution he talked ..

.....t :L 'Better drive aside a little and let about ,

j ". them pass." "It the of beginning HIGH.!*?. FLA. t.e
"t was war independence,
'" .
... AH trains the Iltt-
:. . "You 'tend to your own business!" in 177&" Chicago on t
'" nose Central tracks along six miles of .f'
r. tt 1J cried the thoroughly enraged farmer. 'Never heard of it. Did the Tanks
the Lake the
tis "I will," said Yates, shortly stridingto L't Front through most
l fight nsr"The lure que portion of the city, and pie-f' VITAL TO fOKGOQ.innc r
r-- the horses heads. lIe took them by colonies fought with England. in the niazniiicent .
passengers[ r
the bits, and in spite of Harriett's malediction "
v "What colontesr"The jy, '
Twelfth ley SHAW
< Central :Station on street and att.
I I \t\ and at the lines hedrew
: pulling
11"ntAEt country now called the United
,A ... Lake Front. This station M convenient -
_4'I\ them to ODe side so that the bug- States." !
L \ \ to the Auditorium, Richelieu,
"\ gy !rOt by."Thank. "They fit with England, eh? Which Victoria and Leland Hotels I and within

Ii" \ your! cried the young man. licked tr t- two; blocks of the State and Wabash I .-_-. C.WESTS rata r: A\: ,> BRAIX TREAT.: .
JJ.: The light and glittering carriage rap- "The colonies won their independence. UEST--p-rtCcrorH.-.terti. Luzz'noJit. Kc*.
4 Street Cable Lines and the South Side ralcis Hewtech. Or"'.-- Pr."ratioa rj.ino.1" .fes
,, ,\' idly disappeared up the Ridge road. ." Elevated Railway. Convenient stops aloobotortehaceW.befnnw.. tie:'ttJ l'-,,rm--lafc, ..
I Bartlett sat there for one moment "That means they licked us. I don't are also made at Hyde Park, Thirty- BAAtBtacof, TT-H Brain>)IUU,rta Old*A ni.,;.,In.aaly..aYery.Bjtrr tifMws, ixiMi!dgMrjssth Ss

j I the picture of bellied rage. Then he believe a word of it. 'Pears to me I'd Ninth Street and Twenty-Second Street P--tai-4tb.r"'z:,ImpoteiifTjr, >-4ieofTStM And iQ .

;p., threw the reins down on the backs of 'a' heard of it; fur rTe lived in these stations. torrka r. -ale Wr rta-Md X-wi>Sy OtI, rret-ei I svohtataq rtina frociii.i of bra'. "poraw. Ml.* i''

"'7JtI hU patient horses and descended. "You parts a long time." Magnificent Vectibuled Trains, Par atia.e. oJIndBl W-). A moetk'. tae*tn.y K
; 6Ins 15, by m-.il. With rash order tore bossy w*&
"?\ take ray horses by the head, do you, "It was a little before your day. rot.' BARTLETT errrnro nr A for Cars, Wagner: Sleeping Gus, Pri- I, tawil! send wr1tt a cuarales to rehsd if aoS co-ed.
good-fnr-nuthln' Yank? You do, "So 1812 but father fit in It BOCKIXQ CHAIR. Buffet Gtutanteest.eu-l.c l -nL WESTS LJV1S PttlJB
you was ; my rate Compartment Sleeping I ro Sick Bwklwb. btIte- ,yes, Llr Ooo-Katat.,
;; sh? I like your cheek. Touch myboNelan' an' I never heard him tell of this rev Can and Superb Diuing Cars. seer >jr. &LAi "-nnlMlkrnOUABAXTCBa J,

me a-holdin the lines! Now, olution. He'd V known, I sh'd think. able to do the cooking. Come right in .ranfer across Cincinnati: to make con-I a :e4 ooly byAC ,

you hear me? Your traps comes right There's a nigger in the fence eome- and wash yourselves for the road be- nections. ERMAN & STEWART
,Tee. I PREFaB TO lrAtE"down aft here on the road You hear meTT" where ." tween here and the fort is dusty Your ticket shook read via the Big

of' his conversation to the levelof "Oh, anybody within a mile can hear "!Cell, England was rather busy at enough,even if Hiram never was takenup Four Route to enjoy these priril et. Druggists and So>t Agents, Palatka Fla

his you." the time with the French." for fast driving. Besides, a wash is E. McCoRMicK, D. B. MARTIN, 1
hearer's intelligence "
"Haver, been marketing he "Kin they Well off comes your "Ah that was it, was it? Ill bet England refreshing after a hot day. L'ass. Tnflte Man. G n'l P. & T. Agt. .

asked -*.you pesky[ tent. never knew the revolution was There was no denying the cordialityof Big Four Route, Cincinnati, 0.FRV'S GO TO

"Yes.1"Butter "No it dozen" a-goin1 on till it was over. Old Napoleon the invitation and Yates whose

and eggs and that sort of "Don't it. eh? Well, then, youTllicktne couldn't thrash 'em,anQ4t don't natural gallantry was at once aroused, .. The Wig-wain

thing? fast and that's something no Yank stand to reason that the Yanks! could.I responded with the readiness of a cour t ,

"'. "and ever did, nor kin do. thought there was some skulking tier. Mrs. Bartlett led the way into
farmers she answered,
wee 54 1tltir and, ec1P'paU5t"- "HI do it with pleasure" gery. Why, it took the Yanks four the house, but as Yates passed the I FRONT ST., OFF. PCTSAM llt.

"and t a\let of thing." '"Come come," cried the professor- years to lick themselves. I got a bookat farmer the latter cleared his throat For Repairing Guns, Pistols, Lck,

getting down on the. road "this has home all about Napoleon He was atough with an effort and throwing his
Yates and *
fooghed in his light cheery far enough. Keep 4uiet Yates. cuss." thumb over his shoulder in the direc- Keys, Trunks, Umbrellas, Jbc.
La lookedat gone
he twirled his he
way. cane
his prtKw eompaakm. She was paI Now, Mr. Bartlett don't mind it He The professor did not feel called upon tion his wife had taken,said,in a husky Guns to re.t. Shells loaded to order

in meant no disrespect. to defend the character of Napoleon whisper.

I the tog inikwuiy road, Her ahead comely towards was a turn slig'hV "Don't you interfere. You're all and so silence once more descended "No call to-to mention the revolution b w Frrrf'r lord.oe and guaranteed jal2-tf

i r ly flushed,doubtless with the exercise right an' I ain't got nothin' as in you. upon them. Bartlett seemed a good you know." retb r t,,, --
to thrash that Yank deal disturbed by the news be had just "Certainly not answered Yates
t7! wBdng. I Hut I'm ffoin ferry'.Seed Annual fur lew4 Fruit Jars. Rubbers
with a wink that took in the situation. U Iltu.tr
"Start "continued the within an inch of his life!; see If I don't. beard of the revolution,and he growledto
feimy country ., ,.
few Ywk-r, "we idolise our women. 1: We.met 'em in 161. an' we fit 'em, an' himself while the horses suffered "Shall we sample** the jug before or n. rwer b k'ree and Jelly Classes atLILIENTHAL'S.

Prettrirbdont travel mile to market i we licked 'em. an' we can do it ag'in. more than usual from the whip and the after rapper? D. M. FERRY 6 CO .

tdtia bfttter and -f-v" I'll learn ye to take my hones by the hauling back that invariably followedthe "After, if it's all the same to you Detroit, Nida.
J .
in the barn.
head." stroke. Yates was some distance adding, "out _
the girls pretty-in your -
Yates nodded and followed his friend -
tantaliz- ahead and swinging along at a
countryf "Teach suggested Yates, great

) Ysteamd> a mental note that there I tngly. rate, when the horses apparsBtly of Into the house. I It Has Done More

could defend himself their OTTO accord, turnedla at an open The young men were shown into a
was not as much rmraltty about this Before he properly
jAte-w:?-; and procee&tdln their usual bedroom t of more than ordinary size on I
girl as he had thought at hrst. There I Bartlett awangathtmacdgrasped VISOR OF MEN i
was a psffeaney about the conversation I' him round the waist Yates waa-.. leisurv'.\ f.ishion tofcvaros( a large barn the upper floor. Everything about the ;
.mforUible frame house with howe was of the most dainty and sera
which he liked. That she shared his thing of a wrestler hkaelf, bat hia past a c' a .

fi.jmeat: waa doubtful, for a blight I skill was of no avail on this oanston. wide veramla] in frxJaU mloas; cle-mlinesa, and an air of cheerful ,Oale'.

became twisted "This is place" said Bartlett comfort pervaded the place. Mrs. RtttornL
line: of itMentmmt was noticeable on Bartlett's right leg my

her smooth brow. I &J."OQDhla" with a stt l-ttke gripthai hortly. Bartlett WM evidently a housekeeper

"''{'.'u bet they're pretty I think all speedily convinced the youngerman "I wish you had told me a few min- to be proud of. Two large pitchers of ,

.Vnirican girls arc prett\ It seems I he would have to glee way or a o*":. afro," replied the professor,springing cool soft water awaited them, and the ,

would break lie off. "no that I have wash as had been predicted, was mostefreridagi ,
tN':r Wrthryrht.Mien I say American bone gave way accordingly might called totuy

1 'nt-.m the whole continent of oonrse. i : and the next thing he knew friend"'I'm -nor train*fJfn.or later*

I 'n from:10': tuu'su-;M-lf-from NewT I became down on hi*back with a thud not frettin about him," said "I 831'eritd Yates "it's rather ilekBcft.rcwiu of

.Tk." n(> an extra twirl to his that shook the universe. Bartlett, throwing the rains to a young cheeky to accept a man's hospitality ILastly roB-treBfth.
gave him down. & sad tone advancement of Ui cc t:
1 'xne M he said this, and byre himself I There, darn ye," cried the triumphant man who came out of the house. after knocking .- .rtaa and roward4be
than all the ibey "
"It would be for most but I merced world "T"
vi ilh that air of conscious snreriorlt1'W'.idl I farmer, "that's 1812 and Queenston Denmark ran to the road and sh mt- rata

naturally pertains to a citiaen 'Heights for yeHow do fOIl like ed loudly to the distant Yates. Yates think you underestimate" your cheek, 1 improvcnaat niter combined-letcta 1i1lJ'.1I.t"
wort it.
ea111t. sets
of the metropolis "But over in the Ymr apparently did not hear him butsome- a&you --. Book

states' we think the men should de aU I Yates rose to his ft with some deliberation thing about the next house attracted i "Bravo, Stilly! You're blossoming mod)tne.PI'X4' ,IW terms, etc., talk with '

the and took off his coat the tat: That's rapartee, that is. With E BUITZ
work and that the women should slowly pedestrian's attention, and after JESSE Agent

well, spend the money.. I must do Ii Now, now, Yates* said the professor tanding for a moment and gazing towards the accent on the rap too. Never you CO. ail Iska lfiat'Tj'peRf

our ladies the Justice to .say-that. they soothingly, "let'It .go at, this the west he looked around and nind. I think uld "1813 and I will get n.T.jtt iterSupgiiea. ,




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1/ HERALD SEPTEMBER 28. 189& .
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IfI 1 ,
l I List of Unclaimed Letters I,. ....
-' Remaining in the Post-Uffice, at Pi-

*Times-If ersl 'atka, Fla., for the week ending Sept.
\ llJotrs
,1 BosroN,111Ass., Sept. 27. Three ,1894. 1O1J244.)1ajaf
I :$ Leading Sc QESTS' LIST. .
right .
my memory serves me .
IKI [k, David Bans, James .1
Ii nixed to write you a letter from t
Icy Joseph ,
place and give your waders some Proclaim the Superior Val! i, John J Jones, R S %

'Iif my impressions of the Hob of the E M Mithirs, Geo. an'J-Hri end
3 f Morsel, Paul n.J
I uveree-the center of culture and : rlosDJUNES'Walker,Robert.
4 Dr. Pd
Intilitr. Old Boston, or that portion Price'sBaking e
; LIST. use PAIN-KILI.ER.: Br its timely use serious results are prevented f
at was first settled, is made up of Sanders, Melures when neglect of supposed trifling ailments or accident may cause long

flow, crooked streets,that to-day are Scientists are devoting closer attention to food products. lams, Chancy. | suffering and expensive doctors' bills.
A lady writing to the "New England Fanner of August I. '87. after
of electric cars, heavy
perfect jam 1 Recent examinations of baking powders by Prof. Long, Dr. lor the above letters giving good advice as to the care of children says: "Perry DSTU' Pain
[oaded teams, pedestrians, light teams wi >VEKTISED." killer is worth the price of your life in some cases-much more than a I

nd even bycicles. Every team anderson Haines, and Prof. Prescott, were made to determine which \ P AXDEKSOX, P. M.' 1 doctor for the d C/Jolet'jlqr and esfitttalijf children,suffer from in hot .

> teems to be in a hurry, the people weather. It cures >ust Cramps Colic amt Diarrhoea imme

having a far-away care-worn look, powder was the.purest, highest in leavening strength, most I p, Colo M Williams returned diately." ; / young life might be saved if every mother would /

straight ahead as though the Almighty efficient in service, and most economical in cost. They Tuesd from a short visit to 2&PAIt4KILLEPi

Dollar was laying loose a short distance his old Carolina.
decide that Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder excels in all I
ahead which the first comer would .

find. Competition in trade ris.-so great the essentials of an ideal preparation. for household use. ; House

that the laggard is sure toe Jeft in the '* The On1 se,on Lemon

lear of prosperity, and \he "survival of They write:- street, be d Second, is
Scn for book on Summer Complaints mailed free to an.. address
of th in the State.Everythin
fittest"'is here March 28th one
the fully exemplified "Chicago, 1894. Remember-only Pain-Killer kills pain. Bottles contain donbU tx\
well in all other cities: and nice as can
as large
as at
tarn price.
We have purchased in the market cans of Dr. Price'sCream
The modern portion of the city is open be; the taCT pplied with the best PERRY DAVIS A. SON, S.I. Proprietor, PROVIDENCE R. I.

better laid oat, with wider streets and Baking Powder and also of the other leading brandsof the market affords, and, with Mr. Jas. OoQooooooooooooQOoOooooQOOO I

avenues that are bordered by elegn Gamble, a gentleman who thoroughly -

f buildings and walks, which are shade baking powders, and have submitted them to chemical understands his business, as proprietor -

T>y forest trees of oak, maple and elm, this house is one that Palatka ean WILSON & TOOMER.
;! which gives them a beautiful appear analysis. We find that Dr. Price's Cream Baking,Powder is : well boast of. Rates are very reason
\ I
I ance. One ooticable feature is in the a pure cream of tartar powder, that is has a"considerably able.
J floral decorations that are to be found
t I
The street have hauled a lot of
in every nook and corner where it 11 greater leavening strength than any of the other baking gang
sand and filled in the bad place in the

\. while f@liblelor the suburban a flowering towns plant are to glOW beautified -, powders we have ever tested. ;SL side-walk opposite Vertrees' stable, The Fertilizer House of Florida

which' was heretofore in an impassable
with extensive lawns and parks, PROF. JOHN H. LONG, Northwestern University, Chicago. :
condition.An .
with their carpet ot. green grass, DR.WALTER S. HAINES, Ruth Medical College, chi moo. Keep in stock the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE LINE of FERTILIZERS

beautiful foliaged trees and flowers, H. B. Jennerson.one 0 Fro tland'! of House in the State 1OTJ'R |
PROF. ALBERT B. PRESCOTT, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor. any
most citizens passed through .
which makes one sigh to think that a popular
1 routJhome SPECI4: .I LIES:
; few short weeks that will soon pass the city Monday, en from

will tee all this beauty destroyed by Summer Haven, where he has been H. J. Baker & Bro's Complete Manures. for
The Rev. J. E. Oates preached his Ed. of Mount visited ,
.the cold, ice and mow that will change Mr. Kirbv, Royal, spending the summer| |Mr; Jennerson

e It all&o a landscape of desolation. farewell sermon last Sabbath. The I the city Monday. informs us that he, caught one day lasweek Orange Trees and Vegetables. I

church was filled both morning and W. II. State's Attorney red bass ghind
The people here seem to be fash- Judge Wicg, a twenty-tw
ioned after the ordinary model of hu evening, Rev. II. II. Emmett assisting left for Snmterville Tuesday mornTog poundsv fiBHBfc*: *-.. Potash, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems.

in the evening service. The discoursewas Tobacco Stems Cotton Leed Meal
inanity, and while their educational and instructive and 1 I to attend Circuit Court; which convened ThosjLtyJennenon, formerly of this Kentucky ,

institutions are of the best, there are his words appropriate will long be remembered, by at that place.. at 12,o'clock Tues- city, now/fj7uitland; : Fla. gave a Blood and Bone, Nitrate of Soda.

.. be 'found sinners and brutes mini l
to his hearers, irrespective of church re- day.The farewell clambake at Pawtucket on Insecticide Material.
Bled; with the aesthetic and refined candidates were unable to fill Saturday to his friends on the eve of
.. lations.-Kingsville (Ohio) Tribune, QUICK SHIPMENT.. LOW PRICES. WRITE FOB ANALYSIS: AJ PRICES.
: One incident may illustrate one phase Sept. 14.Prof. their appointment to speak at Banner his departure for the laud of fruit,

? of Hub character. We boarded an ville Tuesday, on account of the Inclemency honey, wine and fine trout.-Provdenre WILSON & T003IEB,

electric car at its terminus, and shortly Thomas Griffith, A. M., one of j r of the weather. (R. I.) Journal.
f: after three Indies (?) came on board; our highly esteemed citizens and most Captain and Mrs. T. C. Butler who

BOOD after them came a gentleman, capable and successful instructors i iFlorida In have been speeding; the summer! at Do not wear impermeable and tight-

who stooped just before he entered the has accepted the petition of Jasper, Ga., returned to this city Saturday fitting hats that constrkt the blood vessels -

.car and pkked up a lady's purse that prncipal of the Palatka Height greatly benefitted in health. ,' of the scalp.. Use Hall's Hair Re W. A. LIVINGSTON,

", had been dropped on the ground. He Academy and Commercial School, and Their friends welcome their return.E. newer occasionally and you will not
held it up and asked who was its will leave next Monday to enter upon J. Smith, the progressive Lemon be.bald.

I 4 owner,when one of the three ladies(?) the duties he has assumed. The school street candy man, returned from New I I In an age of fraud and adulteration, New and SeconthHandFurniture'

says: "Its. mine," and took the pur e. is fortunate in securing his services* York Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Smith it is certainly gratifying to know that

She did not even look at the gentleman and we bespeak for it, under his man- brought home one hundred of the such an extensively used preparation

:nor thank him. A piece of rudeness agement, a successful year. Professor! wonderful jumping beans, which have as Ayer's Sarsaparilla may be Implicitly -

_..... that I am pleased to say I have never Griffith is late of the Florida Confer- created a great deal of excitement relied upon. It never varies either
"witnessed in Florida by anrof its na ence College, in which institution he wherever seen. They are now on u. in quality, appearance, or effect, but i is

j lives, white or black. This lady may held the position of Professor of Natural hibitionin his show windows.Don't !. always up to the standard. /

have originated in one of the Pacific Sclence.-Leesburg CommerciAl,
allow your son to reproachyou The Boyce brothers (A. I'. and E.)
I know. I she 21.a
1.Iwnds for hope
aught Sept. m after years for not giving him will not be in the office of the Putnam -ALSO FULL LINE OF-
but really if a gentleman expects -
\ did; Dr. John L. North, of Inteilachen, the best of facilities for self-education, House at Palatka this winter, where .tCl..oclie1y
thanks for extended cour- l Clocl
any was in the city yesterday. The Doctor when the light sacrifice of ouly 10 they have been the : and s.
i tories to the Boston ladies be will be very popular past
I We and his family are delighted with their; cents a day still buy that great home few seasons. As soon as they close 1
doomed to disappointment
; new home at Interlacnen. educator, the Encyclopedia Britannica.The their summer hotel at Maxsapoag
:; than feel great sympathy for the Boston :: GOODS STORED AUD: SOLD ON COMMISSION. UPHOLBTEE-
the the GrSOLICITO with reference, election comes off on Tuesday Lake in Sharon, Mass., they go to
women get
men and Mattresses made short notice. Old Stoves made lid
'J Ing on new ex-
wanted by the Largest Strongest, next. Let us give the gentlemen Hamilton, in Bermuda, where they nil
1 right of suffrage. changed for Old ones. Wardrobes. Tables and Safes etc., made to order.
I d Most Progressive! Live Stock Insurance nominated in the primaries a !lane vote open the well-known and popular Hamilton .
I .. The markets here arc crowded with that cr I also sell the NEW IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE
\ Company in the world. Liberal con- on day. house for the winter.F. .
tt all kinds of green fruttand vegetables I on instalments of Three Dellars per Month. Fair Dealing my motti Cal)
tract and big inducements to both
".. Apples, plums and grapes are plentiful Wild Orange Seltzer cures headache. C. Cochrane is the agent in this and see for yourselves. Corner Lemon and Third street,, Palatka. Fl%.
and insured. Address with '
; and cheap. Prime apples can be bough agents For sale at Peek's Drug Store. city for the Buck" rubber tamp

for $1 per barrel at retail i Irish pota- stamp, at once Shippers of oranges can save time and T
toes are worth about 43 cents per money by using these *tarat>e in marking -
usbel; eggs aw from 1& 19 22 cents 100 S. 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. House and Lot, corner of Oak and their boxes The RopicalTrunk Line.

dozen, according to quality. 'But- Attention is called to the advertisement Peck streets. Apply to
__ aulT-tf MRS. R. II. WELLS.Go .1 L'1t tff'H1
of the Palatka Boautilkr.-Ilarmless, _
"Jlef h worth 22 cents for prime. Heights AcademyIn

e+' : % Business is reported "dull," but 'is another( column- This is a select to BOND'S BIG SALE for I effective and agreeable, Ayer's Hair
Dry Vigor has taken high 1'lDkamon: toile Jacksonville Tampa and Key West Railway
picking up a UtU school of high grade foi both sexes, Goods, Shoes and Groceries.Rev. ,
:: We have lately made a trip to Manchester and should be patronized by our people. artl'les. This preparation causes thin: DURKEE
; Receiver.
f ... .J. E. weak hair to become abundant JOSEPHH. ,
X. II., which your readers ally Oates, the new pastor of strong

l' w is almost entirely a manufaotirlijg Big lot Plain and Fancy Crockery, at the Baptist Church in this city, arrived and healthy, and restores gray hair to The Florida Southew Railroad Co.,

*r city of eo ioe. We found the BOND'S, cheap. Saturday, and preached his first ser- its original color. Indian Jupiter River and Steamboat LakejWonh Comoany. Ratlwav.SOUtH. f R.IB. CABLE GeneraKManagerxoRtii" -

f -'mills. running on thort time-forty The steamship Yolusia, of the new mon Sunday morning. Mr. Oaies is an Capt. W. II. Mann, of Mannville, -

Spurs per we k- while the operatives Philadelphia line sailed able and eloquent divine. TUB TIMES- has donated a valuable lot to the Methodists I Time Table In Effect May tft, '94.I i
steamship X*. IS. :X.. ai No.:a. N.. Xo. .
I 18.
Have been cut down in their earning: from Philadelphia Tuesday morning, HERALD, on behalf of our people, extend of Hollittcr who are going to Ex. sDaiI I I Dally i I 1'I. || Daily fx an.Bun tDaily.

fjpm 15 to 20 per cent below former and is expected to arrive in Jackson to Mr. Oates and his family a erect a church that will be an ornament --.-Nye ltMfal tMMa'Lr' .... .... JaekronnileAre' < 3 am! eon pn 5 o pin
pnces. Manchester of about most cordial welcome.The I. MMMI Ar.......GretaCWre .
is 2bpsa 144pe gprinn I.vl! 2
a city to .the town.C. 61.11.811 4 16
vIDe to-day. She has a full cargo.: U alp- 2 3IIj>Ia WKtaUM,Ar .........PalatkautTMilAr ...... LT 1 IWpS, pill
3 It
40,000 inhabitants, and is sustained ,. 1 Item I a alpm j ........ ....9 D:1e.: ..... ..... ...Lv'' KSara; II Mu*. 1110'11I

.almost entirely by the manufacturing LoccHaKT, TKXAS, Oct. 15, 1893.Messrs. Ladle' Friend. I A. McLaay left for New York ..1..StemS .. .... 4 4 _erpm_ i2MIpe l arp. soAr Ar..LeLeossprings.I .LT L'f(..I..mar:.. ....i' H 11 aunt Sara,! II...19 |>iu.Orang
Xo the first of this week where he .......... n..ILy J..DeLaD41..... I Ar...... .
.establishments there, so that this dr.pficssioiHn Pam Medicine Co., Pari. Tenn. : woman can be beautiful withouta part 11IOt. / U Wami) ..:
.., .... .
dsam 4 Ur- I :I:. Ar. that direction means "hard HUB But.I- Ship us as won as possible good complexion, and no complexioncan will purchase a large: stock of fall and "
3 gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My ........ == ........,.. ... .... 2.amj.aioj. .
limes'1 that can be realized. customers want GROVE' Tasteless Chi be good without good health and winter goods. .........r.-I!: ... .. M............ Tltuarffl ... LT't 7 z j .

Massachusetts! is anything but ana Tonic and will not have any other. In pure blood. Botanic Blood Balm will S 7..Ar.... ... ....!llaalO"J' 13am: 102>aW r ...: ;-,
cultural State, what tillable soil she our experience of over 20 yews in the drug beautify your complexion by purifying .......... .........lA.r.... ,... ....T..aretl .... Lr ... ..'t T ii ar;.in. M in

has (spoor and rocky, and I will venture buftlnesa.Lich we hare never sold any siiixfarilon medicine and enriching your blood. Try it for ......... ......... II2spm AI'........ ....Hawthorn.. .. ...Lv -...... .... 1 11 aeam1 L-. -
such universal .
*lhe assertion that for the same 1 gave ours respectfully, all skin and blood diseases. It never ........: ......1.......:....... t ttiaipniX.rttfitpwlAr 13Sf.ni Ar y t........Ga2eeevne.... .. t J Ar Ly..... .... .. leart"'j.. ... .. ,
fails '.o cure the most inveterate cases theta ..... .. .
.area'there 'three tines Florida the waste but Sold on iu merits J. 8.No BEOWSK cure no&pay.Co. after eminent physicians have tailed. fWwlWQlU : i : : ;; ::: ; t alwpmAr..Pemberton.490pm Ar..:::::. I-.erbartr ..... ....: tF::... .. ... a/> 47 Warn ITan anI.,. ; .
there is in Price
landthere bat ; For Sale by Ackerman & Stewart. SI per large boltle.o'or sale by i Mry r..Bruoktnae.. .. ....... s sons':.. :

in Ib:t? vicinity of these large cities market druggists. See advertisement elsewhere Y21Y ;4'.m a 3 r..orlaedo... ...... ....L. II .
gardening is an extensive and im. Air. and Mrs. H. It. Teaadale, for-I' Mam1930MB a 4Spm 15pm 2 sty-m Ar...........rtirimmee.... ........ le de 4ApmLr pta, e a eta 3e.S :::: : .
The large: two-story warehouse backof T 8 06pro A r......... anqwJ.nede..Ly tfol4pta. .... .
4.pm N
merly of this but
portantitrdustry. that is very profitable I city now the Florida Southern building which 1 ftSptn t 41vm jOpm .11'.............Tampa.. .... .... .LT. S DO pro a 3DaJ8f.... .. .

when. rightly mapagcd. This season Jacksonville, returned on the steamship has betn used by W. A. .......... t-TMam t 'MpmXT., ..... .. ....BartowArcadia. ...... .. ...Art! ;15pm t-J-;pml. -.-.
} ias been very dry; no rate has fallen Algonquin last Tuesday from Merryday to I ...... .... tllanpm t *WnaL Ar. .. ... .... .... .... LT t 2 ai pm ti. on,?,!.. .. ..
for severs! weeks sufikient to properly New York, where they have been store fertilizer, has been secured by ..... ....It aatpm ,tie aspaslAT...........Ruin Gorda.... __LT t.-1 Wpm t II OH ami.t .. _
4 Jedeman & Co. as a warehouse for !
pending a vacation. Dally except Sunday.
the has
mytsten earth, which injuredthe their wholesale trade. Mr. I Trains n ana 32 carry tkr! wgh m>hnan baffet teeprrt dally>twe a ew York sad P.xt
garden somewhat,and even grocery :"." .Tampa.mniktttng at l ort Tampa on Monday and Ttarsdayyor Weataad Hatant. -
crop I.- Merryday finished moving out his t. I\ iSoiAN RIVk.U I\TE.UUR.tIJ: appointed to perform the fotowUg tcrrfe:
dried np'the forest trees until they are = ; \ Leave TlUMTillo T i)a. m.. Monday*. WedD aday*sad Fridays for KockWd e.MeKennx aini, !
goods Fnday. way laiHtra*. RettaraJ...teaT 1len"'lIf1I4I at TfJt.. m.TuemUyt,Tten ".,, .if
I dropped their leaves. I-IeaIs ntoflTitlo 3iBi p. m.
T%% '" Lara Tltan ni for Jupiter. Mnaday and Thnrvdarc at p. m.{ dn Jnpitrr Tn.m. fo'l.'W' .
But wMoandoM. We are nearly 25 YARDS: CHECKS, 1.00, at : ln< ihroDgo'.wUbtmr summer outing, and S I' 'urnla.1ea.e Jnpiter Wednwdjyn and Sundays.3 a. m hw Tltanrtffc,. m. tMtrtrtne may
\ I IBucklen" G.D. General Puaeupr Anent.
&haU bmore, than pleased to get I Running A Bright Lad
Arnica Salve.
home pn&F'iQor and greet our smiling I ,
ricud i he "heldthe fort" inLnerd The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Ten year*.of age.but who+t'UDH to gtre Msaw
Sores. rakes( Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, to the publte,mak.><< this auiMhud, The Little Putnam Saloon
:= lU' 1b-ut.ct. cures.S. Fever sore,. Tetter, Chapped Hands, I contdentia statement t,> 'i"Wbe ":

l A" ; .1. L'. 1'-. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions .I waaoae year ,.1.1.! my naWMadied
_:_ .
; i .f eooMMptiML The doctor MM that .
,and positively cures Piles, or no I.
too. would soon die/ awl all our seig bon .
seen 'vv."V oAr..J'VV..r..rv.rv.r..r
.rim of Manatee was pay required. It is guaranteed to d"ePerfect thoocht that even if i HM not die. 1 w wld

tiitg abwt the pier, in the river,atdaeelast I the Serpent'sSting. s.l &satisfaction or money refuniledl I never weak be able)to.. A walk gathering N ause formed I was aad M Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped
5 box.
price cents by
week 'it is au unusuaikstnancif per broke tssodderr arm. i hurt my tamer and .
Ackerman & Stewart druggists. It Bather** AM threw oat pteeet ol bon -WITH-
our people had If I hurt myietf so as to break the skin U

Harmless aid inter- Tom Dans, colored, who is so v' ell to was take sure IoU to become of medicine a running, bm fore.DothtMt I had has All the Latest and Most Improved Uar Fixture

$1Im. 1s? It is Lo'J) 1Iped, now CONTAGIOUS JDal1ltatta known in Palaka, died yesterday afttr- done. me It M has much made good me :AIr.strsag Sanajarnls. A Firmly Assorted Stock of .*
'IC curious creatnjeare 'jjro- &eralleWlYBlODn noon. Tom had the misfortune seS- r. D. )L, NorQUU, K&u.

t k Sm tew Iha ) yieldr.w to Its healing powers years ago AVER'S Sarsaparilla Wines Beer, and Imported Cigars. Tobaccos. Etc., EtLcmot
-. an4 prove asourco oft It roMT:t N aad bollda np thaMtUdfrw. .ystfta and he had to walk on his knees Hi rwparwl Dr. .
w ..4 by J.C.Ayee k CoLowenYass. Jr
.our Northern yisitors.tfiwe .- was a harmless, good-natured man Cures O .ZEE. :eER.A-:. o; :7:
others wlll"
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., cure you .
*. and had many fnends, who will regret 'A"- .
-c- -=-T: .:. Street. .<*l&ka, ta.
to learn of his death. *
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