The times-herald
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 Material Information
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: October 26, 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: UF00086614:00011
 Related Items
Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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THJ5TALATKA 1.ALATK'AVttKLY, II Kit TIHE AH), $F.MablUhrd, E.tabll.hed IM9.1889.1 I f.. Con oll tat d)faJ'. 1. b93. PALATKA' FLORIDA, FHI nAY, OCTOBER. 26, 180-f. NEW. S E IES. -VOl"nUE et;:;:NO Q.l... .,



..Ith B. w.a 'W)(. orny. .'-
t'lOflda B.ttf er.Al For excellencyand'vigorous growth, The m I

!bwleeaS Me4 to tied art w f
e.U Johnson & Stokes' CeleBrated Garden '
pnamybteSntioo. ', si tt !) son to \ .
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Seeds have no equal. We have afof l tution '
; stock just in, and can fill mail ofdefs if ..,.
I Ieitabli .c.
iffiryOmcB desired. Prices guaranteed. -* *' caute j .

OAT <,.. being "
'.t m
,CIULL BLOCK OT r rot-fflcJ :w cigars
Itilatks.Florida. __ I". ]HARRY E. STEWART, raetut

E. E. HASKELL, :r;' J the tions !

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Orno -S onnd __ <)in>< 1if> ut Heir.PAWTWA. A Word. to. the Public I by the m' !!i
FU>RU'A. 9 in the

A. C. IHJCHAXAX, Havlnor just returned frjm the Northern Market, where I where !

purchased a large )line of"DRY GOODS, NOTIONS OATS, strong. I
Attorney at Law It is j !
HOOTS and SHOES, and took advantage of the cash discount visit : ,

OFFICE: No. 65 Lemon y between whkb Cs veiTvstgnificant-yI have dtcfded chat it will not pay toW where .j '0

First and Second Streets. keep them Sn i my shelves. My motto k, ""QUICK SALES and ployed : -"

Palatka, Florida.R. SMALL PROFITS," because I think .1'. a good OB". Anyway, for !' 1 : .. '
tomera !!! :
it prove more profitable when I "foot-up" at the end of the, year.
W. & Y/ M. DAVIS, S are 1 1

ATTORNEYS AT LAW The vaiiet is great, and ejections: %nay be .i lly male I extend factory : 'i

a cordial invitation to aO, especially my cousttytf oda 10 of ", .
Hickman-Kenneny Block Lemon Stree' their m
Pal atka. FU. ".U call and inspect the Stock DOW opened, and Lam sure e.ods.
regular '" : I
and prices will proves attractive, and you'll go home harP much I

I.ATTORNEY I andaM, I : >

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And Councilor Law-oppoltelb. Court

r7 WIU Practice"ea la an_Owiru. I"ALATKA .UPPE !I i '"
FLA.LAW. t&2J-tf : r LEl\ION srr. ; : '
OFFICES' OF I this pr || : ,:


d M tILlS...WIt a1MCk'JACKSONVILLE. Palmetto Orange Hoops.BEST I tirely' :: ,

FLAlort.Pce I

) FnrehMm aD4ll'n lle". ITritad. of .
8t.a.&afullu. _,lMiaIues. t. j t-tf IN THE MARKET WHY ?

'' L 1) EATON Mi'i Le Prices Lower No Waste prompt The l { :

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HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE Machine .Made. Perfectly Straight."IT that th : +
"IT 3IAIU.$ _OUANGE BOXV WORK. OF AliT;,. ,,,_ are. I
ilaiofftnd St. b
t d Residence-Corner First Onegrbwer says "he can make 5(ftlxjies: more d 1'y than?,, &.tf+hW1" ,est 10 a.
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1 Office RftP-lM H a. ,I tsr'p n and f to "
f n.m. Sunday*-1 to I p.m.ralleata Birch Hoops. cept :
from a dittanee can be treated throughUM I
malL Offlce convolution free. apt Another grower tells us "he hag used them exclusively for three years; "
got out by hard: and cured, with the best results." :
NEW HOME We irfer you to the following parties who use them exclusively, viz:
JAMES UUKENWOOD, Esq., Sisoo, FU.; JOHN. FINK, Eswi., Nashua, which
M :Fla; Dr.*J. 1). HESJOX,Satsuma, Fla. chvers. .
Sawing Machin The aggregate shipments of these three gentlemen are over 20,000 boxes For u'r;
oranges alone. ACT QUICK. Apply to. on : ]

ON TIIEIXSTALLMEYPLA. ." j,F. IRVING DOW, Agt, Satsuma, Florida. 2* j'l\'\ !

From $15.00 Up. We
I of the :
and Sewing satisfaction Machine guaranteed.(all kinds)repaired" W. A. MERRYDAYDEALER boat .

MACHINE SUPPLIES. r running : i : ::
..; by G.
B. W. HOWELL, r; Agent )'
I1C- Mr.
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MISS KATE LUCASMILLINERY.. 'Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits, his racy system uf ; I ; :

of the ,
-AND: -- .' ::EJerrJl.JJZEJ: : the !

FANCY GOODS and bracing ii.

UCkle"' Old Stand, Lemon Street' Brick, Lime, Cement Plaster and Hair. one of 1
by the }
in the
; po mw1: Orange Boxes. Orange Wraps.Dry tires States to

Cypress and Pine Headk BangDr and Florida Veneered been
ple, ; ;
: PURE BRED STOCK. Pine Sides and New Shaved Birch Hoops. Correspondence solicite'd. vented : !
Ack : BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS, Office in Florida Southern. Building, Water Street. .- of
t .
, BROWN and WHITE LEGHORXS, --- ,. by the :
-- --
1 r and
J. DUCKS "Be in the rush! with the :
,: .' -AL'SO-- too, by '

t Write for MICA prices CKV to TAL GRIT. "IRONCLAD ORANGE BOX STRAP" tropical varied 1' .

Interiachen. Fla. \ WASTE NO DELAY summer
.seplS- I i have
i JOHN B. COLE & SON, State Agents, |in its << !
I PALVTKA, FLORIDA.What's 1 luxury
P Paiia Heights } I 1- of but : i :

' -, I This ? And That ? -..:. f
; Grade
h '
A Selecl Scbool of Ili>( to be
, both ens. Open MO\DAl, 0 of this ;
.j- 24. Seeeion nine month PI.1 Those :;
.' For teru. and further I week I
apply to or address m( "" L1 :
THOMAS GKirrrrn, A. M I e I bright I
leStf Principal. -. ----/1 I1 left to 82: 01 ';'
off I
BLUE RIDdE :. :; j shipped I
I PR tile beat machine nft JDatle = nox )UCHIX There
E for wakin t/aH to be
tore topped I ,
/kaop Be:1l. linG aDd
WORKS : It' Herr wft2a dM Box
MARBLE Pre.Ia. Ie makes aU IDa.ftDU 01
IC' put :
ltopte 1Iwoe Ie 4.iJCU'd other OU &Jet: ,and makes them as Square aDd ]
taetlsedS 0 f toppiDtJeeaJ1l8 akkan. sae 1. tin.ae We ;
l ayby wawa a box. The ooh di1rer. can '
\ .' OF NORTH GtJ>n f..b..1'aatu: of box hip j
.' '.. T. G.-BUTLER, Agent. Palatka. Fla'r .. .. I'rice eae IllAt'hlaee--btle as eM Box PreSa they are lost at good. Fruit j
Both these machines are protected bJ: patent, and we control the Ceuntfes i, ,
a 'ru plea-eel co SL.K De4guo atI4 1ti ; of Putnam. Dnnl, Clay. ,SL Johns.. and *Ill8ia- You drop a postal, we'fl do I I i i
the rest .
p'r; ,:!till jIad5 01 ) inmeaua Work.' .. I I' ]
+. f* "wtawwhlp purant d aqd G. M.* DAVIS A : 4
:.'J"rIo .t.-IoGabIe.. I ., A SON Onion
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JOU SOS XOTES.dretpOBd much, but if .it is worth ten cent a FIRST-CLASS .1

mile for commissioners who draw two Ackorman & Stowart .

nc. Times-Herald. dollars per day tOt hi' services, why is

;JOHNSON, October "22. it they only allow an inspector of elec- PRIVATE BOARD ,

We tion just half as mucb mileage: and DRUGGISTS,
; are pleased
see that old
our fact that' the
of the
that, too, in face -- t
t' friend and highly! esteemed brother inspector does not draw as much for LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA" ; e .

his services by seventy-five cents per
to recently -
This is
day as does the commissioner.
hit lummer outing, in the point on which we WiSh to ask lightis BERMUDA ,

which we sincerely hope he enjoyed to, there or is there not a law that LEMOM ST., BETWEEN IST AND 2D.

their greate elteut the exbilerating governs the pay drawn by each? If Sets
Onion and Seeds
breezes of the :Northeast), has seen fit not, why make such an apparent unjust HATES Low. TABLE '11tID'CLA8SCK."iTRALLY
the two W Al TER THOMAS
discrimination JCMT RECMVED.OILS .
to occupy email portion of his 'val As the matter now stands a commissioner LOCATED.

'liable time in the expounding of our who travels ihlrt}'{n>Ue to get JJ JL tL U G-S, JAMES GAMBLE ,

national bond, finance and public debt! to I'alatka and serves one day draws .

jsiem. which was klfchtlr 'hinted at eight dollars; while an inspector. who E DS apQO-tf PROPRIETOR. .
and travels the same
it;.<5flr Jut article. \\e would not at serves two days -
distance receives the sum of WHOLESALE
This time bare been pending our time fifty cents. P..A.IN'1" AND KETAIL

in the penning of this little article bad W. J. Vaune paid the beautifultown !

.ire not felUt our duty to return thanks of Keuka a short call on Satarda last. VARNISH, KXCnrsions "
Miss C. Morgan, One of
to our frlf for hill efforts and for the Georgia
Edgar's most beautiful and accomplished BRUSHES -AT-
ahle manner in which he has expounded young ladies, was! among T>ur ,

the knotty problem of national mot welcome visitors on last balurday. Low Rates GROCER

finances.with (thorough, sound rea- lion. E. )'bonrne,of Gainesrflfiri' AND A IINE LINE: OF Very

zoning! which tan only characterize'J. "was circulating among his many friends: ;
F. the We
jnepribwble. it
in this village on Sunday.We .
a duty that we.owe our talented friendto would not feel that we were I I1'

>-ay that be has expressed our own doing our duty were we to close this E' PKESCBIPTKMJB CAREFULLY i .
Four .1-
Route '""
ideas upon the subject much better little article without first congratulating AND ACCURATELY COUroUNDJID.my : Big / s
than we could possibly have done upon "Huntress" upon her rare poetical

ail bat one point, but we are sorry to talent of which she kindly -tf. ;..
a sample TO ALL POINTS IN 'THK: .
'tay that there is at last one point on furnished us through: the columns of ORANGE: WRAPS a

which. we beg to di>agree. last week's TlMES-IItRALD, a copy of North '

In hfe article ol October 15th: we which has been duly transferred to its
notice that he uses the statement that JOHN F.CITIU ]MAXFIELD .
final resting place in our. little scrap Northwest and WestOn .:
"bonds have become one of the strong book. .

en elements in the ability of our gov- I Hon. II E. Seyles, of McMeekin, FLORIDA 1wS

tcinmeot that can be devised, and that visited this village en Thursday.A. October 9th, tickets will be sold
fllicy have a investment -
proven profitable
: to points in Minnesota North Dakota
for surplus capital, and says he
Jails to see where they act as drain Buyer, Packer South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming,

upon money in circulation, we have Malarial produces Weakness, General Iowa, Nebraska, Idaho, Kansas, 2iam- ORANGE MA- *|

nothing lo say; but in repaid to bonds eWttty, I&kxJsness. Lots of Appetite, And Shipper toba, Colorado, Missouri i U," BQX
lodttesttoB and Constipation. GrovesTaAMfeM On October 17th and November 14th .
a investment def. .
proving profitable we -
Chill Tonic removes the cao.e to all points in Michigan.
rue, with bit permission, to a few --
say it and orOranges
which trouble
produces these Try Tickets
-words, and I must nay that it was exactly will be 50 cents. To returning twenty clays
you delighted. get
from date of sale.
f. this that brought about my former -
the GIJ.CIKK sat for G&ovs'ft. on Direct connection TERIAL.
in Central Union
article on the subject. That the its merits No cure no pay. *
bonds have investment Station. Cincinnati, with all through
"proven a profitable For Male by Ackenuan Stewart.
," We make no attempt to trains of the Chesapeake & Obfei Ry.,
TangerinesAnd Queen &Crct ent Route and Louisville
deny. Any one who is blessed with as Tax AMICWKW WniUrraMf Fruitland, ,
sir NMI1 l.
much as "bait an eje" can readily dis- visited the Monday. way. ___ 0
city ,
that have. But \k ket Agent for fail m-
,kern: tbey certainly Fruit.
f who is it that ban betn profited (hereby Peculiar to Itself. Grape f\XmaU. 0 Kate,. Routes and

? Is there one of the toiling millions STOP-OVER TOVIL1 E8, ot addressE.

who dtp iui upon ,o-day's work Hood's Sareaoarilla is peculiar to itself O. lloCtfftMiCK, D. B. MARTIN ,

i the bread of the morrow and who in a stnetly medicinal senses in l'an. TnrfBc Man. Gen'l P. A T. Asrt

make his living t in the sweat of hi* three important particulars, viz: lint, r' Coan> in the combinaUou of remedial agents I''
blow who has L\ 1'1 i Win so fortunate

as u> own a share ID that profitable in- used; second in the proportion in I GRAPE FRUIT Notice for PnWlcail. ,
Testraeni? Then nm, perhaps, bavebeen which they are mixed; third, In the I

one, but w<' believe that it will process by which the active curative LAD OProB.1'e..vn.LB, FLA.,
properties of the preparation are se .bpIt z, lest.TOIS .
be admitted that: the proportion of
bonds held class small cured. These three importanUpofats And Orange TreesFOR HERKBT OIVKX THAT THE Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant
by this is very ; 1fonitSfcn, named Mttte hM Sled nonce of
and hy l jar the piatci:: portion of them make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar in Us V te tHB to make art roof IB MBDOR ofbfseUMt
its medicinal merit, as it accomplishes SW that Mid fraTwIBte iMte before -
held few of ihe who
art' by a wealthy
hitherto unknown. SALE. JOWftttFeke, Clerk CtoMlt Owwt, at Fe-
rrpn"t'nt a very small centage of Utka.na4 OCTOBaKlra1UMTis: Fimaeto
thi lint who through their But it is not what we say but whatHood's C )(.>irklsy..,IntwlMftn, Vis.: n.fot Cor. Lemon and Water Streets,
population ,
i ] Sarsaparilla does. that tells the eIA.of tIW%. fI6 ..... .... Ji %! ol
dt'l'lJ] laid plots and the advantages uWl' T.t8.; ....1lie :.
I givtsn them as Capitalists are enabled! story. What Hood's Sarsaparilla has I have a choice lot of Hart Late, nmfM tke foUowtac wtaMMM to prose
done f)r others is reason foj confidencethat Mil MM fcm0M rMidcim vpiMiMd a los PALATKA FLORIDA.IffYou .
to control legislation and caufe the Jaffa, Pe\:rleBS! Tangerine, 9 Grape of,uM fend,rti: AlvaliYemK.af IFla .1 ,
it the medicine
i creation of bonds for the sole purposeof is for you. .. Lon .& latartecM*. FT*,, W. T.Johnwoo .
them field for the Fruit and other varieties for pale. of Fhk, 9. E. Ttemons.of
affording! a 'prof-
ITa J. M. BAR O,
itable investment" of their idle capital -- -- Also a BRADLEY CART. u31-8w Ktgfeter. ,

!. We do not claim to be far-seeing .

or very well posted on .
governmentaffairs :
and we have no desire to enter Notice of Election.

into a controversy on the subject, but oc5,2m Palatka Fla. I .: fl t.
as our able friend has expressed hi.inallittv 'J ,
to see how the bonds act as ,
:a drain upon the money in circulationa ,
SETEBAL Ooronu' or tea gtArc! r '
( statement we never made), we also CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, FLORIDA:

desire to express our inability to sec PUTNAM COUNTY-IN CiIAjfCEHY. -
where the in of r ye that I, JOHN L. CFAWFOSD
justice comes taxing 7 of the State of Florida, do
the millions of producers to pay interest hereby give notice that a
Jail E. HotHster
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Tear after veer upon bonds which are T.. 1 Bill for Df t'.rce. GENERAL ELECTION
"for the most held by a few of the Cady Hollinter. ) ,
rill be held i n Putnam County, Stated Florida I
most wealthy who chance to hav "idle } I T APPEAUIVO BY THE AFFIDAVIT OK I on TUESDAY next succeeding tile am Monday JOSEPH R. DUNN My Bakery
capital" to need of "profitable invest ila I E. E HASkELL. EM].. Attorney for the in November,A.D. 14, the said Tuesday being r .
Complainant in above entitled cau**,that be be-
.dent j jI lieres that the defendant, Cadr HoliUter Is a theSIXTH Is second to nOle"OlI11
nor resident of the State of Florida and that DAT OF NOy r3IRER. 1894.
!n regard to the bond system prow I .' he resides in the tate.r Texan in the City of I 'A in the Statf.
drain the in clrculaLion For one REFREHESTATITE: of the First Co -
log a upon money Houcton. And futber that he believes the ace .... .
I I Teesional District of Florida in Flfty-
of said defendant
that able 4'o' to be orer
we vrifl saT we fear our twenty-one years. fourth ConMfi of the United States Grocer
It Is therefore ordered that the defendant, -
: esteemed brother corres- of the Beeoad Onegtesslonal :
and highly !I Cady llolhfter! do appear to the bill of complaint for one HEFKEEIITATVI -
is uuder a mistaken impression filed herein on or before the FIFTH District of Honda in the Flfty-
pomlfui! Out of town orders
fourth of the United States.The
DAY OF NOVEMKKH,A. D.1894.the same be-
We did not into -
of our called the
is to
meaning. I attention of the Sheriffs
lag a rule day of this Court or else the bill will
..ad say that they acted as a draincy be taken al confesses. and a deem pro con law requiring then to cave a notice ot the said for Bread or Cak
-. out of circulation butit Tired \VeakNervous fe!M entered against said defendant In accordance election to lie published in a newtrnper printed .!
with the In the county if there be a paper In eonnty; '
: from one place to an- wade and provided.rules of practice In such case If r there be no paper> published in the county: FflUed promptly in
they thall cause at least fire copies of this notice Flour
the interest on Could Not Sleep. It i*further ordered that this notice be published to be posted in the aunt public places m the Block "
en from the these.. once a week for four ooutecntirr weeks inTHI owoty.n any quantilt.
he bulk of the tame cer- :TIME -HERALD a newspaper published rt testimony whereof I hen berennto ret my I.
rrof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston, aid Putnam Ooanty.Florida. hand and atHxed the Great tidal of Florida,
wh re the greater por-I Idaho "1 all down W itneM my :band and the Ml of our said at Tauaha-.. the,Capital, this .&th day of
: was ,1
says run Coart on this the 1Kb of A. IJ.11I'"Jt. i
day September
Ii are hi'!d we should thinkm : Ang net. A. 1> 1W4
t' weak nervous and Irritable through [10') JOHN L. CRAWFORD, '; Stroet. WRIJE FOR PRICES.
.\ to build up our popy overwork. 1 suffered from brain fatigue [....] JOSEPH I'RICE,Clerk. 8bertleer"&aZa of State.
val the expense of an- mental depression etc. I be- To J. W. nlliU. [ ] .

1 very ( early: it-en. came so weak and nervous that I 2000 rolls Wall Paper '

aU'I< j ni I this village, was could not sleep I would arise tired, Do You Like Do,

VIH+ \n+.lt i: oi McMeekmonrl discouraged audblue. began taking all new patterns, cheaper W. L. DOUCLAS ..

Dr. Miles' Nervine than ever at Lillienthal's ISTHCBtST.NOSOUCAHIN&.
*, .0111' of Hawthorn's $3 SHOE
Tea and Coffee ? Goods.
ut s,,ni] nun, paid this and now everything is changed 1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.IOJTD f 5. CORDOVAN, ;. Try My

sal 1.1.. "U+ Sunday. sleep soundly, I feel bright, active '- FRCNCH&ENAMEIED CALF >.

})on+dt tit has no desire to and ambitious. I can do more in one OmcB :T ii->unvn.LK: VLA.. \ .4.'3.5J o Fi; CAlf&KWSW51( -
r general criticism of the day now than I used to do in a week. gefMaUr 12, UftM I I 43.5JPOLICE.3SOLE3. I KEKT ONL' THE FJliEIT ORAD" You will say they are Pi:RtrlY: :

I county officers, and thus 1Pt 's great good I give Dr. Miles'Nervine 'Ttrotiloowlas 11ERKBV GIVEN Slat THE 2.WORKiNGMFM **
0 I "
.. naned settler ha notice if
.. $ $ 'VE.
alion of t .n. sap WT.l .e the sole credit. FINE. AL
n latefttion to make flnal rouf in AIrport of WORTH TIn;
F bin ,and that aid proof will be made beer BoYS'ScnittSHCE3.LADIES S
4 with t2.Lr3 !
I, i grumblers t Cures. re:|,hlTiceCfeTk Cirt-ult I Court at Pa PBIC .-
[ Canned
be pretty JFrnifs ?
.1 Iw 4 iiy seems latka Florida on KOVEMBEK: 18F4 \izIIOBEBT i
,'<1, but when we notice anyl.at Pr. Miles' INerrln Is sold on poKltlra I!. AHIILKT. cuulenl e. tla Hd18.440k 1352. sONGOl.\ 1
under-I raaranteetlj >attbe first bottle will benefit. fer the NW 4 of SW%. !bee. IX T.9.8. It. .
- we do not exactly MldrargtetJ: >eeUUaUl.lbottlN for S3. or 25 E.He SEND FC8 cATAG751JEW.L'DOUGLAS '
stir! ,> e sometimes ask the liberty a* i I'will he w' *. prepaid. on receipt of price name the fallowing witBetoe to prove his TUB VEET cnoici 'r IK TUE MAE Test My Prices 1 .
the matterrvonsh I t>/the Dr. 1: ': 4 Medical Ox, Klthart, Ind. eotitinaons ftJIidfoDnt epee and cnttlration of. I
in ibis cast, to question said ni: Layton W. John* BannerTitle. BROCKTOM, MASS.weaey
f'' the columns of your most val- .Ian:. AHn 11. McCraney tf Iteoner- TN sap 'l.r.W1a"11I1':::; \V. I.. KET ARE SOLD BY VS.Fruits And be convinced that I live t -
1, that some one .t STEWART TI Ie Fla. \TUlbua JOBJMOO of Bannenrille. lH up to my ;
the ACKEIUVAX ofadvertise'i
ble paper, in hopes ;Old by I1&. TboIIIaa J. fines ofl'raacB. lla. Because we are the largest r :--ufrcweri i
;?".',... more enlightened neighbors may J. M. BARCO. shoes in the wo"! 1, c- I Buirantee: profession of "AnnNo TO PLEASE."
and I"'w the value by statnptng the oa.cr 1.pnre 011 andVegetables
hance to notice the same may 8ter. ..
.mlt 111111
//ven condescend to spend a little time SUMMER EXCURSION prices the, whkh micSd1emag'l pmtecU t3 ". 01&1'shoes I

/n explanation of the matter, and thus anSINGLE TICKETSVial NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. equal easto'n work' la style. eu} sold Suing. and.
'We hare their: everywhere
yurlDC'q..Utle. YOU
lour i. sometime en- : iUlall WILL BUY
correspondent at lower prices for the v. u ;
valuable infor- tlf* Popular Gcorgia Southern and IOJD Om BAT OAixnTtLLK.: FLA, I 'lI ? {
fibled other
to gather much September 1,1994. I IvroncE any supplyyou, we can.atSold pjout
dealer cannot
much Florida Railroad
stands in so
/tleed. But before we begin we must Now on sale froili Jacksonville, Pa- JLi- following named' settler has filed notice of ,
1 please remember that we did not latka and all principal points in Flume a his InteaUon to make final proof la sop- s. ar. STOKES WE ALWAYS HAVE THEM.STAPLES.. HOUSE. i-- /
say of his
and that aid till
begin this little article with the intAnttoo Parties from poioJU on J., T. & K. W.,' be port made before Clerk Circuit Court at proof Palatka, McMEKKIS! FLA. J .

of grumbling at our present Boardof South Florida, Jr., SU A. & I. R., and' ltl"on.OCTOULR sva UM. eta: William J s
Commissioners. we consider Florida South rn railroads, couth of 1 f BannervlU, Fla, Hd. 18,748, for the C. A. KXOWLTX, Pomona, Fla
County / fir of NE!4,and Nt,ef BE >.. Sec az. T.$,8.n. :
that Putnam coun-.y now has Palatka, will Jftnd it to their interest to .

about the best and most economical purchase ti'/kets via Palatka and the He names the feUowinir wluwswes to peeve .* J. 11EYNOLDS, STANDARDS.GUMELASTIC
Board of Owamissiuusrs that she has Georgia SyOtbern< and Florida railroads, raid land, via residence: J ho T upon Mlnu.n.and of adtfvattoaof BajuierTlUe .1J'6- WnAK.\. }'y.-,. .

been NuHd with for a number of as ihevQnakc_ direct connections from FU c. A Brown of hmitertlOe, na,
this Palatka with the W H.Mahaa.of RaanervilleFta.; IL N. .leCraney ,
appreciate at above
sad Union Depot
no one can
years ,of Basnerrlite,FU. LADiES DO IOU >KSOW
1 fact more Whiy tlmu does your pop roads. I Double dally service from Pa- J. St. BARCO.
n."potMwaAftel making all duetp..h.gT UtLaar follows: el-sty LIFE SEEDS CR. FEUX LC DRUN'SROOFING

: So par Honorable Board for Trails leave Palaika at 5-5 a. n.. a

thu"I coact ._ g upon their doings and 5/35 p. m. for alt points. Sleeping B l Lilientha! m fry*>fg.Mor wcptpl and of ten doctors cwntsV laf t b aamtued....--.that STEEL m PEPYBDYflL PIUS
"iU that by rear a night train I'alatka to Macon TCC sttffCOT6f[ ...7t tor tbe
1\ n by lain car < : .. att ait.t srwtha original and only FKS tCH, safcaadrUabls .
r ,.,' to Tnlf i7 i.ttALD of Octo- all 'I'trLL11AN DrnrET SLEETIXO: CAB laaJ.be uti taws'1uet .,, kaaanc car* on UM market Price|1 00; s Bt by
Board win be lent at thB few prtoe IB ocderttWUcpoiilc. to lntrttdaa { ttiat1 (jconir r Mold only byA
that the ,1&'KSONViLt.E
1-!::. it J be Fee!! J TO NASHVILLE. FURNITURE, JU4rw
:I',11! In the iti iH ('101'"- of iitolion /THKX.GU SLKKPIXO CAU TK.KETS LIFE fEED CO?Tribune BI It>>5 .w Tork. I ( kEHRAi ATL,. ART,

I "tad liou: anal. a quaver: per yi Cnitoo, LornviLLX AND CINXTN Laxnps t'.l.+t.?n'v tJ2WI per 1"r'. (ron. Stakes! a Dr,.?:ci.fc- and *f.te AUratn. Palette: Fla I
: : f f als l t 'an
-mnl r ool'4El..t''TiC
\1Mir ee C l" ..i ,1\ len i tinn : is. \TJ. Train J leaves Jacksonville! (F. l. '1'.t ivrt, lU"'t' ertr :

..WI\ :o.: ,..11 mile; Inn,1: i ,\: I i' l>in ), f f..U: p. m. CROCKERY Grange Grovo. for SaI( +' z..l/f'n,/ lQ, halTt'1, :..tJI, 'C z :';,1rtl. I .!ark :,/,1 tl .. -t..1' lnalpl ..1mor IEr B 'UH'S het-{ fated c.teal, y "
III tai) 1" "''. l)u n : i11: : llu il>)\e .,11( is via Lake Wily. Man n we.errref f. iI'-
run r. r. and .UI1a4. t ""r' Tn IT. ... ueur1 c ..
t he ..111' 'j,:: .U t' '. 11 *]r -\I\:: "\. l'h\H.n: nl'Xt: >-lia f fi :' .','WI' f.x.artt-' ''' I r! partkttlanL. I, .rc.a.....-........-....m.I.;,. ..... I
r .", ,''', 1)' ' :' ..'r. ;5n: ;\ :. the "Dixu h'\LH.." Carpets and Matting. i iBearini t .1 .harry: be IMat tatq,,...: e--- J JI
fY"1 U.\--TTC :;i aFIST; CO.
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't ep, ; '': -' t'\\ '' J i I'I--' : :-s from P&.kafor Atlanta i TFXHE? LANK, f" 'Ar G
.. ', I i = ; : TrrC. '. ;. :.. ".:.L I' Sy..t Kru. .hny, :SEW G &. AS A PREVEfllyg_ :
a .gY !t '* rcn- :':'t c}r>'i.f.! take at Lake t !'ty. !: Tr-t5. r ate) ToaK ., .

.. the! a'iu' "' l't kei. sleep fMtt lire ;leg wear "f ,1 .... _.- ..
: J !! car rcsen;i- i I n.1erLikn.: l)"iui.rn., : ; n!I i. d'_t'vfo : ni t oal asap Wasted. .. .. -' i'
'1 n: ? : -1-1: full:1 j-amcuhr write n: Penul 1 ( hu;;> h -1.1--::"-. '. : J :. r"awambeawr33i. "

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TIMES-HERALD, OCTOBER 26, 1894 \ ... !La.

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FOR JESUS' SAKE. TTELAKA.Times-Hprald.SQUIBS.Correnpendence ------c.-- ''' ''' '''' ,tt ; .

To'TIs Him little who we gave can give us all, WELAKA, October 22. g ",",", ,,;ur. ]

But we can bravely bear Mr. B. K. Wrietz, of Rochester, N. BlUl8nll1leSS "
GUI burden, great or small; Y., was in town last week looking after E pIpIPXZ&JJotches

And each and every one his grove at Beacher Point. Mr. "
His sacrifice make _
And count the can trial Joy Poor Wrietz has twenty acres of the pret- Mem I SC:-: PRICKLY ASH POKE ROOT d Sores + '

For Jesus' take. tiest orange grove anywhere on the '

peninsular, which is attentively cared g :: AND POTASSIUM C ,

When in that blissful land, for by Emory Green Waet '* frfalaria _

Where life is nought but love, Health Mr. J. A. Denton and family arrived gr Makes and -....

It witt be sweet to know -
How on the earth we strove last week, and now occupy the North .- Accuracy :Marvelous: Cures TFoubles 3.

To live a spoUeas life, much than cottage. Mr. Denton takes charge of : .. .
means so more .
) ..eP.. -- ..
A life without mistake, T. N. Smith's rafting business at the Completeness

Such as they only live you imagine-serious and mouth of the Oeklawaha river. Conciseness Pin Blood PoisonRheumatism ,, : == ..

Who live for Jeeus sake. fatal diseases result from Miss Annie Gilchrist is out again, I Anu L
aftw few with fever. Convenience Q D
a days' company '1"9'
Think: of that heavenly face trifling ailments neglected. Dr. Butler is quite busy this week, gr ) atPP P a.oath QnI.' ---

Filled with death's Don't with Nature's day and almost .J : freer t ::J
aronytya play riding every every : .SJ Y : \ ti.adthese b t.... t&.... : !
And then remember this; ..'::. gift-health. night. ; e. -:: and Scrofula "'peottu ---: .
It was for you and me. '. fi:. greatest The many friend of Mr. E. Hurner I.!'Jl! \ Ahl'l.a. -... .
air' 1 epdKaeFyM ;
Is there a joy too great ..::s If you are feetinR gave him a healthy hand-shake on his \ -"
; "'" !
out of sort,week r1F- P. P. P. poriflee the blOO From out oar lives to take, .. and generally ex- arrival home last Friday.We 1< sect. the weak sod debiUtat.d. glvse V r. .r'wh... a .wrV- .- i'

To be a joy no more, Browns handed nervous, are sorry to learn of the illnessof r -. CUseaaea.KlTintr trench to weakened the patleoc n.rva.pels health and br testify t o ttt .:B<1\!
For Jesus' sake? f". have BO appetite Miss Alice Morris. Trust she will bap in.es where sick eea. aloomyfeellaK of P. P P for totem.. ;flogs!
and cant work, aaffered 'raI yHrhUy
and laaainde first
... *
r begin at once taking up again soou. tm4 ells.rt!

He died that we might live, -- the most relia. George Learned and his pretty little 1 w. ti. For pHoar'.secondary' and tertiary dl'III I.volt ..51"t..*'.p.'tol P.
blood -
And like Ills image grow; Iron I me ctrengtheninir.' dacine.which is l'lv passed through town Lost Wednesday \ ayphllia.blonodisdikln for poisoning diN:.;mererial .., and* aad(.Sigadby am DO. .aLlr") J,:>0.(tired.J08
( ,
all like/
That image undefiled Brown's iron Kit en route to Drayton Island. We blotches In pimples, old chronic nicer, day
By dwelling here below.If ten. A Sew bot trust to. see more of them iu the future, A Business Han tetter scald bead boll, erysipelas, akin CaeeerCmrd,

aught which thou canst do '? =:7-;the as they only stopped aid .lunched. eexems eontradietlon.tbat wemaysay. without P. P. la the fear beet ofll r"-"JAlJ.ror .
Bitters ery fint doteittf Come and stay __ blood partner in the world, nd make '
Thy life more will make longer. f-
pure m't ttr* TfrUrtk Wants to know the truth the whole truth and poaltlTe, speedy aad permanent cure* a.e ttL.J.naryll
Ohl wilt thou suffer not and 1c'. Mrs. Ileeder returned home Saturday nothing but the truth. And. he wants that la tall ta... Yaseae. LirrHAN awe San
For Jesus' sake? pleasant to take after spending the summer with truth belled down. -. Ga.P. P.: fur Brallewen1 a disease bav of the turd- .r

ECILA. her father in Illinois; and now Frank He bas no time to waste In skimming about tt .ad.boe.bloodf.laaalmpar.eoal1a- know* as skin cancer,of i ,'rtystsndlng ,

? It Cures looks: like a preacher. Ah! Frank, youcan't the cites of a subject he wants to st at the .- .tine.pecallarlDeOeatd dn.to men.t u frregathelaride.wow, parQea'and found groo < u.::.
of the whole matte and does not care '
fool another.Dr. gist t derfnl tondo and blood cleaa.llllr P"'Prll.toa from 'b. seat of t utrtieeof
Headache for a hundred pages of opinion If he can get P. P. P.-Prickly Lab J'O& and ally twutg of
and Liver lre;::: "l .
Dyspepsia Kidney Butler and U. II. Gilchrist made It all la a hundred Hat of toad facts. Boot and Paaeal.m. sad f.d eoaSdent that w herertnsrtet

IodlgMtlelJ, Billousnese, Neuralgia, Troubles, a visit to Fruitland last Sunday. That Is to say ht wants the Encyclopedia -? 0, Utll.l93. 'ow .ff.cs a sere. It ha.II'so relic.t .
Constipation Dad Blood Guess somebody in town means to I Britanaica.: for no other work will so .' call.peak a.the IIlgbeat term. of m. rraaa Ind1g..UoII sad awmaob- .
troal>i.e. Yoon tnly.
meet the busy .a,,* needs. It 1ll000Jo1a. from Bl1 own personal
DyspepsiaAnd marry soon as we heard our friend C. Completely your APT W 1( B"'T, r rdlsea.
Malaria\ Nervous ailmentswomen's has justly been called the knowledge of till k1lowloo1J Iwasaffectdwith heart Actorsst LtGiii'
II. Gilchrin sold a bridal costume Mon- .e, plenrlay and rbeam.U.1II for _
aU Stomach TroublesAre complaints. whole world compressed Into live fttt of I 86 years, was treated by the very bestpbjiician
cured by day. book >half.NAnother *and spent hand reds of dot* Book m mw EM (Fit
Get only tbegenuine-ttbutroesedred McUunk C. S. Packard has the joke oft tiled.rery known remedy with*
lines the AU other are tubatitates. finding relief. I have only taken
on wrapper. >-- oat ALL DRTJGQ1ST8 SELL IT.
P. P. P. On receipt of two x.atampa we -and the girl, too-on two or three of Characteristic' one _tl. of jour P. P. P., ala) can .
will: send act of Ten Beautifej WerWa the boys around town at least, he cheerfully., It has done...me more/. LIPPMAN BROS.TEOPEIETOS3
[Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and Potas Fair View and book-free. ; Il '- rood than anything I have taken. .
sium. seems to get more of the reunion than Of the business nan i* that he has an eye oa I use recommend your medicine to all ......
} BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. Ma Offerers of the es. {
any of them. the dollars. If his good judgment enable eiis .
P. P. P. 1s a sure cure for Rheumatism tola to detect the actual merit of a project 6prl8gfl Mo. Ll ppmsa'enl.ekaavannahCaW
Dr. J. L. :North of Interlachen madeus
Sypbihs Scrofula. Blood Poison before hU aelf hbor* get Into II.. he "gets
blood Blotches diseases., Pimples ana all skin and SJUTllflLLE. much a flying gratified visit to Monday.learn that We Dr.are North very I In on the bottom walu until floor.aU''wbll.'the till less want sbrcwJCtlthbor It 11 ntrur b b! b bbb b b bW :

is getting a good practice, as he has nl then 'It tends the stocks havetoMiP.
face of
Cancerous sore on rears It I I. this characteristic of Georgia business
bosom friends around Welaka
skin trouble, Glandular ,swelling, sufferer Correspondence Tlmes-IIerAliL many who have known him his boy [ men that(is leading them so generally to
renders thanes to P. P. P. for its SMITOVILLE, October 23. wince procure the Encyclopedia Brltannica while It
hood and found himto be of
a man [ be lad at Introductory at.1. Athorcush:
great cure Onr neighborhood is quiet as usual. honor and trust. ny Bslpts was tees how the Britannic SOUTH FLORIDA DIVISION. ; .

Abbott's East Indian Com Paint! The late storm having done some A. J. Reynolds and family and U. II. publishers, can afford to permit a great paper

cures all.Corns, Wart and Bunions. damage to the sweet potato crops, gar- I'. Bryant and family attended the Baptist t. like\ The Atlanta Constitution

den vegetables, etc., the people are I Association at Fruitland Sunday, prices effer their for a up-to-dat..iti short time until I the at Introductory public Savannah Florida & Western Railwav.. -:-..'.
the losses by and a good meeting and an enjoyable "'
COMO.CorrespAndefX endeavoring replace replanting report generally has become familiar with Its :
their grounds with various day among the good people of urpalslBg Rerlts. Then all will want It. Corrected to May 20, 1894. J

TimesHerald.COMO. other crops. Fruilland. and they win have to pay the publisher

Mr. E. S. Smith is at Citra regular trice; while the mis who was shrewd ,
,October 23. working We hear some one will soon quit cooking BEAD DOWN READ torSTATIONS.
this fall. enough to purchase during the Introductoryperiod
Several new arrivals-during the past ; has saved just $1.00 per volume oath tIj6. -.
lira. Lucretia Paramore, a beautiful Coins to get a fair one to make his price' of the work. .
week have put new life in Como. young widow of our village, was mar tea. Write for application blank to :\ !8 KG. 32 N0.'is Ko. 2S I \o. B No IS j j1

Dr. Underwood and party came the ried to a Mr. Johnson,of Riverside on We think he's Sayannahwards looking$ I ::1 Constitution -1_ 'i ilooam

early part of the week, and are moving the 21st Instant.. And we think its our friend A. P. P. "'" The .... ... .. .T20pm.... .... .lOOam..... .... Ly..TampaBarT."teJ..M ..731pmtlZpm.. ... .... .... .141pea. ....
into Mr. Turner's house. The Doctor Mr. Joseph E. Matchett is constructing BILL LA.W OR. Atlanta Ga. 130a lOOp 630am L"............ '....... ........ S p .1.' '''Jp81 I. pIlL 1
has the name of being an excellent: a nice dwelling house on his 710sm 653pm TJoa n Ly.... ...... .rlan' Citr............LY IO6pm. II6pm121epr150am :
.premises. 610pm 650am L"........ .....Uartow. ............Ar 600pm 140pm123M1pm. '
physician, and will be an acquisitionto York _Ba T 30 am' 2e pm! f 3O.m Ly ...........Lakeland........ ....M 13& pm 6 I' pm 11 :ID a.
the place. We understand that our enterprising Almost a New Dally. I tl: a milO 50 pmj 542am: Ly.......... .KllNllllltnee .... ..... .Ar 317pm 147pm i42arI
and family arrived the New 15 am 11 40 pm 113 am Lv............Orlando..At S IT pm 1 IS pm l1 s a-
Capt. Taber on neighbor, Mr. L. U. Morgan, is negotiaung That Democratic wonder I25am11O5pmI25a! Lw..WinterFark..Ar S00pm Ie1ym 111stit.

the 18th, and were welcomed by a to furnish quite a number of York Weekly Worldhas just changedits When to Sprar. 1020 a 1 IS am 10 20 am L........ ...itanford......... ....Ly t 20 pm 130 pm T 30 a m300Tm
number of their friends. ties for the new railroad that is soon (Bulletin Jfo.Florida Experiment Station 630am 300pm Ar..Jacksonville..Lw 0oeam17tOpm 1611 p.TOOI'm .
weekly Into a twice-a'week f 00 am S 20 pm Lv..Jacksonvina..Ar .40 a lilt $4O
ml" pm p.
little Mr.cottage C. T. Potter on Mirror has moved Lake. into his coast to be via built the from Brick the City.Gem City to the and you can now get the two papers a As spraying is only a preventive for 130 00 :: li i : :::1 : : := Ar..W:::::::::::: ayaru.e.::::::::::.Lv 12 I : : : :,a; : : : ; :: pip p mT

disease of plants, the lime to spray be- 239am 100 pm ...... .... Ar..TbomudIJe .........Ly 1..31 pm .... .. taopD
The bridge over the ford at Como Mr. A. C. Snider has returned from week for the same old price1.00 a 12 60 pm 4. 30 pm a 13 am Ar............CI1arlealoa............I..y 11 SIt pm 1 n a.. .. .. .. ....
has been replanted, and now peoplecan Chicago. A Mr. Nordgren, of Chi- year. comes of prime importance. It is neces- 425 am 4 35 pm .......... Ar..............Macon..Lv 10.'J pili .... .... 1 00 aDS

cross with their wagons, etc., with cago, is stopping at the Sniner house. Think of 111! The news from New sary to anticipate these disorders and ; 35 oO :: : rid 10 ::: .::.:::::: Ar.Ar..Mon:::::::::: t omery a .::::::.::t: ; : :: :::::: .::: 7 T : ::.

out gelling their feet wet. Quite a number of cypress rafts are prevent their attacking the plant. Infields .... ... 1100 p m .......... M..r.lll1&eOla.......... .L" 7 31) am ..... .... ..... ..._
Mr. Barrows from Winsted Conn. gliding down the Ocklawaha at York right at your door fresh every 1225 pm a O5 am .... ...... Ar....... ......)fobUe.Ly...... .... .... '". II 20 ans.500pm
pres- where the crop has suffered in a 733am...... ... Ar..NewOrlesna..Lv. .... ..., ..... .. 750pm
is a guest at the Avenue House. ent. We have been informed that. Mr. three days-104 papers a year. that 120 pm 4 t.'J am .......... Ar .........Chatta OOJt&.L" 143 .ml. ... .11 15 I'Ira r
Mr. George E. Miller is the happy Douglass bent down one log that con We have made' arrangemens by whichwe previous year it is quite certain f Z pm .40 am.......... Ar..Nub"II1e........ ....L" 730 a ... .. 115 P m
the will suffer from the .... ..... 3 to am 6 ro pm Ar.ltkcbmOnd..Lw I t 08 a 111 p .... ....
father of a fine girl. Now he has a talus over 7,000 feet, measuring only can furnish TUG TDIES-HEKALD same crop 221 am 1233 pm .,....... Ar...... ......Lmd.YUJe............L" 20 D"mr. .. .. .21 rlooamU'Opm a
pair. We offer you our congratulations 32 feet in length. How is that for log- same disease the following Tear, and ........ oAr........ Washington..Lw i lit 30 a m 1301'11I.... ...
QUILt and the twice-a-week New York Worldall ...... .... 1046 a m a t.'J' am Ar........ .rhUs4efphia..Lv 0iJ am 11 40 a .... .. ..
George. ging.Lord's the treatment, to be most effective, TOOam 420pm ........ Ar.......... .Ctnelnaat&.... ...... Lv 100 p m l130a v
day meetings every Lord'sday for only $1.75 a year. Here is the before the ...... .... f23pm l 3am Ar..New york........... L" 'Mpm, s oo a mi.... ..-
Hot In few af ternoo i promptly at 3 o'clock. to local should be begun appear- T 25 am T 20 pm .. ........ Ar............5t. Loels..Lv T 30 P m. I T lGa n
That "Democratic Shot TIMOTHY. opportunity get your own paper ance of diseased plants. The treatmentfor 1.14 am 730.m ........ Ar.... .-...Chleap...... ... ....Ly I 430 Pm --L-77 t rte
York.'' and the New York World twice
every -----
of should be
black rot begun
--. grapes Trains 35 and 32 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between New York and Port ?spa. Twine 23
Editor Times-Herald. DID YOU EVER week at.extraordinarily rates. before the buds open in the spring, and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between New York and JarknanTtOe. Train 33 carries Pul -
In your issue of the 12th Instant appeared for blight of tomatoes and egg plant man Itnffet Sleeper JacksonTllletoClndnnati TiaTbomaarUto MontRwmenr. Train lea Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for Jarksonrllle 7:00p>> m. carries suntan Buffet Sleeper to 9aTanwtn. Atlanta, h1eeta.r wry. Na ovUle -
an editorial headed "Demo-I Those thin, pale, weak, nervous people before the flower buds open. y MTiUe, Cincinnati and St. Loafs Train 33 makes eonnectkMM at Port Tampa on M. aaT
cratic Ho; Shot in New York in which your troubles? If not, get a bottle now I continually losing flesh,steadily but The interval between sprayings and Thursday with steamship for Key West and Harana. For farther Information apply w
has been
and get relief. This medicine ticket agents.
into decline and
I surely going con'Jumt should be a week or ten days. When
you say, "It is but the upheaval of an found to be peculiarly adapted to the I tion, should not delay Caking s heavy rains occur they wash the fungicide t- B. B. SWOOPE, w. CCOT, TT. a. DITIDNOJ,

element of the A. P. A. t.halls gather relief and cure of all female complaints I Aromilic Compound Cod Liver Oil, off, and the operations must! be $fii..riDte""t. Dlr. Pas Iat Ges'i PSM. Aenf

ing its forces till such time as the exerting a wonderful direct 1 the great strength and flesh producer. repeated at shorter intervals than darIng -

crater %ball hunt forth with all man influence in giving ttrengln and tone For sale by Ackerman & Stewart, drug dry weather. Grapes should be 'Mamaig,

ner of molten lava and deluge our to the organr. If you have Loss of : sprayed four times; potatoes six times, Jackso .

country with intercine strife, etc.I Appetite, Constipation, Headache, and potatoes and egg plants as long as $ 1'
do not think, without being per- Painting Spells, or are :Nervous. Sleepless gists.M. the yield of fruit is profitable. No cer-

sonal, you know what you are talking Excitable, Melancholy or troubles J. Murphy tain rule as to date can be laid down;

about, that you know nothing of the with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters each person must be guided, to to a ..

A. I*. A., its principles, objects, aimsor is the medicine you need. Health and large extent by the conditions, that

membership fco, if you will allow Strength are guaranteed by its use. BIiar! d Parlor surround his crop, also by the crop that (h,.,.
me, I will give you a little light on the Large bottles only fifty cents at Acker- dial] Street is to be treated. rs. \ ta' > ,
subject. We believe in "America for man & Stewart's Drug Store. pc "
.t ba'fatn
Americans and America should be
governed by, American citlzen_,whether Johnson's Compound Cod Liver Oil WHOLESALE AND RETAIL In general it may be laid down as a .j U.t. TI

native or foreign Jtarn." We believe makes rich blood, restores lost vitality, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. rule, that the leaves and branches I the 'j;

when a man foreign binh applies for cures dyspepsia, creates flesh and is should be thoroughly covered with the ,>. JAy ..
and is legally- naturalized, be must Datable and easily taken. For sale by Agent for the celebrated J. W. Harper fungicide. The mute ihoruughly this.' .on a th 'tJ

stand to his oath;" that be renouncesall Ackerman & Stewart, druggists. & Silvester Whiskies. A full lin 'is (lone and the shorter the intervals bal aha .

allegiance to an/ foreign power, of the best brands at the lowest pricesV'VhLskl.es between sprayings, the more effective fete ,laity C tCL
Could Mot Bear the Xens. 5o
will be the work. There Is
he is excep- pe A
>rince or potentate; otherwise a come
------forWnr. and not a true American ATLANTA, GA., October 22.-Harrison : tion to !this, however, that is the tomato /u i

Smith, of Augusta! Ga. was an : blight This disease is not checkedby mDl; .
cltiz n----- -- bumble citizen of that belore there Rye.. .. .... .... ...... ......... ... ....$180 spraying the foliage of plants, but )0, a rr ,.0.
The A. P. A. is armed -;:'h ballJis, city Boas... ........ .. .. 0080Tr it!
bullets and will only exercise hon was %n increase. His funeral will occur Wedding: .::.::.............. SCOSFlTesterKve by spraying the parts of the plants SOUTH MAIN LL top.d the

not to-morrow afternoon. ........ ................. 3 00 that touch the ground and the ground
est, peaceable and lawful ways and i+nd&rd"A A"IkM1rbon............ 400 Cued to gl v
means to carry its ends. The A. P. A. Last night hard on Smith was the J.W.lUrper......................... 100 about the plants.Orange. No.:3 N0. Y 3 A STATION robl admin!
father of eleven chi.dren. lIe was
wants public schools and more of -(0)- 6 sup! a stn e. Lv........ ...........JMtMm' enal Hil
but the schools must be free happy. There was but a single; cloud The Jug Trade a specialty. Country 12op OSa 3a. PL Angus Jr l 1
them from;any and all sectarianism; let no upon the horizon of his future, but he orders solicited. oc23-tf GroveFOR .. : 10a 3S. t :::::::::::::::::::::.St. Aa u, r \ew Y ::1 l
10 Lv .llama
church tun our pubiic schools or any of was not worried. This morning!. his :::::::. 11 = B. r:::::::::::::::::::::..Eastl'ala solid "I

them, and let the American flag wave wile presented word Smith biiu walked with ""ins.ntb.into his own E. C. KE over all. The A. P. A. disturbs no man out a 1 SOp 10 35a e6. Lw..... ...... ............ralatka. r
the worship of his religion worship room, took up a pistol, and shot him ORANGE GROVE of 250 bearing a roe ca:
in self through tbe heart. It is claimed OF- .2 lip 67. Ar.. .......... ......... Sansf
where and how you please; but we of (tudded) trees; together with 17 250 .... ... 67.1 Ly.. ... .. .......... ..... .. .San Matefj prtv; i
believe in Beeping the church and slate by his friends that he was a man other fruit trees, consisting of pear, I' 'S
The A. P. great superstition, and when the fact The BigCoffee Pot 1 4 II s a G7 Lv......... ......... ... .East Palat
A. is not a plum, Japanese persimmons -
separate. political grapes pecan filch
children 3 24p 12 4tp 106.0 r. ...........a..Ormond al
party; they are thoroughly independent that he was the father of thirteen I etc. ; five and a quarter acres of 3 400 I Oep 1114' r................. ... ... Dsytoas
and seek for honesty in all was thrust upon him, it was too rr A Full and Complete Line of land situated between Georgetown and i bap 1 fOp pie. ............. ....Pori (has fed Da1veJ:1
much for him. STAVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and ; 41Sp I ;p 126.4Ar.......................New8m -
forms of government-be it city, county Prnitland, being convenient to the St. 1 lEp ..... ........ .... ....'. Il .k Hi
or state. Anarchy, Nihilism or com. TINWARE which must be sold. Johns river. The improvements consist :: :::::: trip 15d.WAr...................... Tltneyit aal'tuoD
..,. Will to inspect this stock, as I keep 2 4.p 1. Lv ........... ........ Tltu vis
.... '.<<******* pay shaded
inunism are not with the A. P. A best of eTetythin of new house of five rooms, :::::::: i. p 171 1 ........................cu r I .j! th,
They are widely separated.The FOB THE HEAU.\e OF THE SATIOSSiotanlc nothing but the ? i ty lovely magnolia trees; fire places; 3 Sip 17S ........... .... .. .. .. .. 5!I
A. P. A. has two enemies to contend Plumbing, Tinning: *nd Gas lilting I good garden with wire fence packing :::::::: S Tp 177. r... ............ ...... Bock "' Wi i

with. First, the Protestant Churcl::1 t P Blood Balmj executed in the most approved style, I'' house, barn, good pasture, etc.; ........ 35p 4 lop 191 115. r.T..... .. ..... ... ... .... ..Sae
for its apathy; this is being slowly promptly and at low prices. There are eight cords of first-class :::::::: 4Oep 191 Sr.. .....' ...... .. .... ..Helbn : ron. au
TO CUlT BOCTUU UIIDT rot of the .
Don't the $ SLL
place. Sign 241.1
overcome, as the truth of A. rAism I forget between compost for fertilizing purposes near : : : ::::. 3 4 241 Sr.................. .."Tort I lCra.hl
spreads. Second, the Roman Catholic: 1 D Wl\Il5kln 1 and Blood! Diseases Big Coffee lot. :eruon Street, I. by. Any one aesirin a first-class 6 20 151.1 .....................Ank .
Church because have Second and Third. at should call on or ad- .::::::: S trj t6.T 52............ ........ .. e .. .
we place a bargain gnsera.
dared to say,
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builds and enrichesthe 4 ...... 4 250 -
"If you are true American citizens t up dress A. A. PINKER, 7 20 261. Ar.:....... ............ .....Stns .
first blood, and never failsj JAPANESE anIO-tf Iludnal Ha. ::: ::::: 7 43 sla.i,1t ..... Alk rnor
your allegiance belongs! to America -; I 15 to cure the most Inveterate I Ii ........ 167 2:3 71Ar...................... w
and your State, not to the Pope a e 1 I d BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES L 121 Yt giAr... ........ ......... :Hob650 w t dee4I !
Home. Ixt him run the h4 1 I) pi .. :.WeesJ. i
church as < if '
directions are fol I ST. AUGUSTINEMarble nt4or. y. A the
I i 4. ... .::..: .::: .Rl
pleases. lIe must keep his bands off IS lowed.. Thousands of grates ? i CURE 0 mp 3o1 Ar... ..::.. ... ......WPale. 1 c -. pOitttA ,
and not dictate how the t
we shall run ful people sound its praises
country. The A. P. A. is a secret soj i I and attest its virtues. A New awl OmnpteM Treatment. eonrtsUnc of and Stone W. BRAS IJTo for b:
... I 8rPi>OSrrORIES, Capeulee of Ototmen and two t the
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and claim
cielY, we we have d II :!
good an Cure tor 1't11of
Boxe of Ointment A
lawful authority for it, and we intent d I c: '-\vRITB for Book of Wont I every natore and decree. It Bake aa operatic suL----Y H STATIONS..Xew .

to keep it so, and we boldlv say tha' I derful Cares sent free on ape with are palatal the k<e and er eeMma injection a permanent*ol carbolic cure acid,and whirs often 1 Works. XX30p c0.1 Dinisl

American citizen who is reraitinr ia death nnnrrinearr Why endure hrlylg
any posed plication.If
op this t.rrlbl. di.....? W.. guarantee I S 43* i-....... Smyrna.J
to free schools and religious tolerationand alba to eyre _ny 08... vou only !>./ (orbeoeflta : F. C. BROWN, PROPRIETOR. 4Up42p 10 Ua Ly........ ....... ..........Lake lielea... Isltin.
who is bound by an aBe b not kept by your local druggist, reeetred. tl a box.1 for S3:* Seat by malt All kinds of CEMETERY WORK in ) 10 XU Lv..........................Orange CIty..
; send $1.00 or *$-oo Guarantee Iarae4 ky oar ageata.CONSTIPATION 43up 104S ..... lafei
any earthly foreign power, oilier thai for six bottles, and medicine will be Granite, Marble, Iron and Wire Fencing tl '>
b'JaspaanH"Ms.; t:f Trains 'TI and 77 ru daily between Jack ov{ .
the United States is not qualified 0 r sent freight paid, by &c., furnished at reasonable 23. 73.
fit to hold any office whatever. i the rreat UYTK and STOMACH REOCLATOB and for first-class work. Train south of St. Ansutlac run daily except! I
BLOOD BAUI 00.. Atlanta.Ca. BLOOD Ft'KITIKR. Small. BUM ana ple MM to price
shows the time at which ttalMtbt tim
TMaTlme-TaU* au a
Now, if you or any of TOur reader S take.epctoU7 adapted t.cUldren't W DgeeaUABAXTZra Concrete Vases of Artistic Pattern I7
cannot say "yea" to any and all of th e :Ii-. --. and very cheap. ereral stations bat their arrival or Arjyarw*at tM i t I.0 lift
For sale at THE PUTNAM PHARMACY taeoed soil byACKERMAN tM Company bold Itaelf responsible for any delay or say ,, for
stated in this Office and Works St.
i principles M I will. tr r : Augustine, r
and give him more light. I am an corner. Second' an4- Lemon & STEWART, Fl*., corner San Marco and Pine Sts. J. R.MRROTT.
A.P.A. Streets.. Gov F. rm. ap20-- .ralatk Floridx. Cormpondence solicited. .mT5-U VIC.Prtlid.n&THE -



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Mi JlEtKix, 1'LA., ctober 23. WELAKA, October 2!. LN 0

-- Will you pencil the use of jour columns A few oranges have been -hipped

,for reply by a farmer, a Demo from here with satisfactory results.

-. oat, and one of the people, M your l I The fruit is not sweet enough,: to eat I >

editorial headed Senator Cali'a Out- and will tend to hurt the market.
Lens t>eO titreryjtp 6
.?.1eyea.... lpIcal..1 ah....t tl look" In.your issue of October 12th? I The Welaka Mole, and Mattress fae

'" 14"C to"su rtM; ,Ib ma Ie p"m' You say "rcp.nl developments in the I tory is doiugaRootllmsines*. Sending
.. .r,-ttN"bII ..... political history of Florida cannot be oat a good article, as it does, Is eqreto
other orders.A
,J TUgTtltlrxa UEAALDCOrwa, o'a. very encouraging to ,Mr. Call for a bring family from Michigan hare arrived 0 -Ir
BosH PILAh'Congressforal further lease of pojrer in the United and occupy the allon house,

= States Senate." "f and are very comfortably situated.
t. i They had the misfortune to lose a

t, .. That is your opinion. Mine is just A' WOMAN'S HEAD horse and carriage and much other : :c
the opposite. Senator Call is stronger stuff by the car getting on fire en route
is level and her
judgment good when
rid District of an -
poi DgrtA&man : today with the people parties she puts her faith in Dr. Pi ree'. here.While tIdYing throngh town the J-I. 0

and especially the Democratic party, Favorite Prescription. There is no other afternoon I met a spankingteam

..'TjHARLES 3 pOI'EIt. than ever before. He would carry the beauty without good health. No- of high stepping sorrels skim : z
mlng along: at a very lively rate, hud ill >
of rutnam and will two
county now, body expects to become really beautiful everlasting admiration for a fine

-,4"T elate years hence by a majority twothirdsof from the use of complexion iny horse caused me to fall to take a good r
J Ins 0 Ju1ke L Q. the popular vote, and the same is beautifiers. Bright eyes, clear skin look at the occopaii of the wagon. 8 tilrJ >

Lamar.will interred attJaackgon. true of many other counties in the and rosy cheekS, follow moderate last a quick glance as it passed and I

,Jt",.,. .. t.o-
l' the t estc' been caught There it a corporation rule party in the judicious" use of the "Pre--you" George I could almost kick W 0 b

tip accomplices steal- the State endeavoring to control the scription. i myself to think my mania for horse. _
ro were r Democratic party in the interest of All women require a tonic and made ma fail to fee the bride, and I --" :Z

,JOg stamps preventing the people from having free nervine at some period of their lives. have heard bow handsome she was.
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homes on the public lands and of Whethcuuiferinir from n.rvoaandlzzrl MjJ I It..all.. took. ,.place so suddenly! .that_I NWm: .

C. J_ icv.ene of the train robbers, ecarce and dear money,and of oppressive FEDERAL POINT.-- Q ,

i. aearQ llco, Va.,.has been captured freight rates. This small numberof catarf i % Inspectors and ClerksTo CDV i

With mmense amounCpf booty, and persons falsely calling themselves mem1ContlSl'Ol dence Tlmea-HenJd. : 0
le promises to turn' states evi- the Democratic party are under the FEDERAL POINT. October 22. I Serve at Election for MemberOf -
or <
!!il. control, it seems, of two or three re- g 8COtl2

j wand reveal the whole matter and publican monopolists, and are supported tion: We must thank "Huntress" for her I' Congress. Nov. 0, 1894 gI

.bb the money is secreted. by them with money for corrupt trod};expressions of good will. A few days -

r :ft -. purposes. ago Captain Adams, of the Gem City i At the meeting of the County Com- ctcn -
ilr. This corporation rule party has obtained -
'doed: Cleveland family have re- control of the democratic party retur stated to us that "he had several missioners, held September,1894, the JTI :

.. j to Washington: from Buzzard'sJay. machinery, and thev have suppressed preachers' passes, and if your correspondent followingInspectorsandClerks of Election :

r The Presidenrexpresses himself the votes of the white Democrats in .I would accept one of them be were appointed to serve at the I CD
.1 thoroughly rested from his loot the Stale and practically disfranchised % \II
vacation ,
Island and make
cjuld got Drayton election to be held for! a Member of
and in the of health. the white people by a fraudulent countof
May the colored vote, and by a fraudu- ': 'Huntress visIt. We have never Congress on the 6th Day of November ... ttJrrJ

,d l.e'f'ivt long to promote the welfare of lent apportionment in the democratic j written but one sermon, and however A. D. 1894: bI 11I1

our' >emOOl'8t1c institutions. conventions under the worst electionlaw much pleased'we should be to form the

that ever disgraced any State. == of BO talented and spiightly Q. !j" c: I I
The financial outlook is that the U. Thus, Jefferson county has 1,800 white acquaintance District No. l C*s cent City-G.C. MeOra4 y
males by the census of IS'JO including a lady as Huntress. We could not F.T.Rutherford, W. C. Norton, to pe *on; P.
S..Treasury will be abort of sufficient .
infants, and of this number not more possibly make the tnp under the guise C.Smithy clerk.
fpnd to'lhe amount of $12,000,000 to District No.-Gerjtwn-W..M.\flIIIa-, !> ::
than 700 be Jefferson '
can voters. I'r of We do not mean to de az
meet'toe current Indebtedness. Up( to county has twenty-four votes recorded a paeacher. D.IL Causey T.L,Jennenen,Inspector,J. C. n' 0
the of the preachers et-
vrblcl calling
date, for the present Qeca) year, the expenditures in the fflice of Secretary of State, at cry Tucker,clerk. H
as they are no doubt a needed District Na J-Norwmlk. W. Bard, S. H.ponock. .
the election had ever
will exceed the years ago, and 2 ct8 -
receipts votes w. K.Pierce, !! Bard
Inspectors Harvey
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the (
food for
) shall
twenty-four in the last State and will class that provide
about the clerk.
13000000. During
y Congressional Conventions. It cannotbe souls] of men, and admonish them that 0
District No. 4-WelaV-H. II. Bryant C. F ;
time last year it was $29,000- denied that this statement that rnaktaboo -
is a
of them in road Poetell, John Ifel- E ,
000. there are three colored Democraticvotes hell lays right! ahead a WaldronA.clerk. P. Inspectors; > ;
that they cannot miss it if low
so straight
in Jefferson to white
county every district No.Como-D. E.DuMnberrr, Wit
Vice-President Stevenson is making Democratic vote, and that the white anoll they try, and the only escape for such 8. Pryor,J. E. Stun. ,iaapector.:J.W.Harriwm.clerk. .

tourof Missouri and Democrats of the couuty to the numberof We a direful enemy of their life journey is rn
political putting
700 are counted out by a pretended to the pilotage of the preacher. District Ko.Pomona-John M.Cook,W.CoA.Jnrs o. :c :
solid shot. Thousands of oompsuch
in some people colored Democratic vote of 100. ,W.J. KeowD,Inspectors;G. W. Otter-
meet Lim at every station on his If it were true that the colored people We should therefore treasure a feeling son clerk.

route, and every meeting amounts to controlled the Democratic party, we dt of gratitude towards them and give District So. SaUnma Heights A.Baker, W "
as alleged in this statement on which them our unfailing support. F.S. Hodges,Jjhn A.Knight,Inspectors;Zenas 2
l ..lmoltan ovation.. At St. Joseph, Mo., the Democratic convention was or- the at<< The piling for the repairs to the West, clerk.

,000 women were in the audience. ganized, what is it but a renewal of the jectaTHI wharf here have been: driven, the District No.S-San ateo-B. S.Sahara,D.8. > r- ,

The vice-p.eehlent. aUad! the iniqui race issue, of the control of the StateLy necessary lumber has nearly all been Tingley F.A. Bailey Inspectors; Riehard.Yet- '

ties of the McKinley bill, and he makes the colored race, established by the sawn, so that this week will probably vington,clerk. J i tbJ -' \
order C)
republicans in the reconstruction laws, willb see the wharf in good running District 2(0.President City-E. E. Keene
Republican squirm at every discharge.;. W.8.Cone, against which the South have always
fought? out the Brown's mill has been put in run- Jones,clerk. 02)ti'

TilE SITUATION 15 >EW TOR:. Senator Call has endeared himself to ax othe QOT order again end the business of District No. 10-Federal Polnt-R. L. Bowen,

the Democracy to the people of all make te: place has resumed its normal con- E. B, Haxell F. E. Tenney Inspectors 8. : ;

*HE political world is now looking parties by his bold and manly for gene n.furnlshetet Lloyd clerk.
I with anxious foreboding upon the exposure and denunciation of these 'lrday t:1,htyfour boxes of lemons District No. ll-P latka HrighU-K. E. Has- 1-1 O.H IL'
kell, W. C. HargroTe Dan U'Driscoll, inspectors I'd
situation in New York. One lime in Uiidemocratio and destructive heresies. County i hipped. from this wharf. A few ;J.C Sands clerk. J.
people attempted to save some (J)
The with all their
corporation party Ilall-N. O
the history of Tammany she seems log space One District No. 12-f'alatka. August
money cannot defeat him when the oyoeetorm dropped oranges. Davis A.T. GraTener Benj.E. Gay,Inspectors;
gaily to accede some prerogatives to amused and uable Inv -$jeports that his storm drops : I
are thoroughly en- Peter Gardner,clerk.District O
the State. A great conference has been people on the subject lie is a Further,
held and certain Tammany nominees strong supporter of Mr. Cleveland's, next week. t, helped the poor transporta- J>eyereux.John T.Bond,John P.Doanerlnspee-4

lave been invited to withdraw that the although differing with him on his woe. n.and probably his commission ton;B.W.Howell clerk. 0 :
financial policy; bus, like him, he has Florida 01x taut hIs Pav, eo that the effort District No. U-Palatka, Hart's Swre-J. D. ,
Congressional nominees of the State the courage! and manhood to express \ waething! out of his disaster Points Ernest Rowton, Robert Barnes, inspectors

Democracy may take their positions. and defend his opinions and the peo- OCALA, FLVgrouitreiy lost, even .if the ;John Speck clerk. FVVg

the object is to secure harmony in the ple admire him for it, and will require portent meetltfbori't get ha f pay for the District No I -hbtb,Skating Rlnk-J )[. ,....

t and wherever Tammany his re-election by such a majority. Florida Fruit fare a they were P cked. We Powers W. M. HangMen_\.Usina, inspectors; erg
Democratic ranks
neither you nor any other man will Association wi,f slhat the old foolish method W.M.Davis clerk. )
accedes ber right of suffrage to care to oppose. will be continucomoreen oranges has already District No. l6-Interachen Allen, Lee tj CD

ether candidates, two things may be This is my opinion, which I publish Those preseiln and like' *" previous years )Iergao.D. F. Baker inspectors; J. AV. PaB. cnkV

tounted on. One is there is an inevitable against yours. G. F. DULLAID. mona, W. lithe mNl probably break down clerk.
thirda *d be tbe ruin of two- District No. l1-htOJ'oe'I-W. It. Jofeaagst
Park W J Jac
necessity for such a man, and the Chas. Lee Rudy T.Johnson. inspectors R. D.
Col. W. C. P. Brcckmridge occasion- Wilder of PI Action srida orange crop. This ;
ether is that Tammany is sure of win- addresses c'.The fJu trates the old saying, Vaose.clerk. ,
ally a large audience of peo Bennett of 1
sung by taking such a step of concession -! of Cit Xtarl\<- all dead." District No.IS-RaUwin's-Alleo Prtec.M. A.
pie In Kentucky. lie is Orange .
everywherercctivrd Fowler. O.L.WfeiteoBib Inspectors; U.F.D l-
that is
'1 eacola, and 1 jibe Statetaper in
with outbursts of demonstra lard. clerk.
lachen. ration bJodi.ll fits of an imoiiUomparing -
grow- better and hot-! hon. If he enters the race for United large' type 'e seed head lines 10 District No-Putnam Hall-George M Wey,
j: as the days roll I bv. C. Watkins. J. T. Rogers inpeeMI; J. C.
is toe tune to Induceby
States Senator Jlnmi
with his large following good has all ratio '
I'i \, Dui v of Kings county tile ? 'that Mr. :jsjuotations; are made Strickland a erk.
he will make it shaky fo-. his opponent. or. an : District No.aIUl"nil1e-WiU Bryant II.
is now, that llif '.an, a prominent hotel The Best Fertilizers !
IIi } encouraged, prcdid* .
The people of Kentucky may think they the Stale f1 rush of peop'e to S. Minton. Morgan Eohaancti, it tsetsn) ; W.
n li:nj ,u. the bulling have organizing i 0. Miner clerk.
administered to the Colonel
a That hiring season, etc.
thoroughly n may District N..21-Bottwtek-Gwrg W.Know,
sufficient rebuke and now send him to Ibey are] hotel man, bu gratifying to the D.P.Haacwk.J. C.Crew i *fectorfl: ;William
I of ill. i'u>' ins i out of the United States Senate. crop will be j rush of trare p.irich does all this Register.-*erk. -WITH APTJJtE ----

:ai: 1 tib.s.,; a:so before the son, and ad will take the Florida people? I District No. *3-Francis-Jane* OBXWI, E.

UK iro.,oht-. Hugh J. Congressman Cooper will speak in1'alatka hold for bet There is Jour tJight in Palatka. w. Smith. J. J. Htintaon, inspectors; R. L. IJONE 13A.SIS
The bead IS opened aboutlam house, which Becks,tierk. ,
Lnircanv: candidate', and Thursday eight: N ivember 1. t
Jacksonville: nary, and closed"1 of every Jan- District No 23 -r. atu. coon Hos..-)[.
'A:as prunoucr his noml1j chinery of I Maich. The prothe first of ecrvin HaochtOB, )t. Kohl,Win Irers. inspectors; A. ARE 31 .U-'L"I-'ACTL--nED BY THEDar1iiigik

'' Oj 0r u'il straw," V motion.j servants, his pro* brings out his T. Baugher; clerk.

i"'OII.n.f i the Dtnto- furnished ej (rum the oonh and his }guests District No Jt-Palatka. Corner of Madfcwa

',hi .u iuetion ath and the as season (three mote end of toe and lick Mreeto-J D. Jeffords John IVsal. L. B.
b' for delivers 'big house and lear e locks np the Robert Cairns inspectors; J.J. CoxMllo c*rk.
I ue: of seventy bolted H right in the center>lnding there. I District No. as-Palatka, Engine tHe e-H.

T with:ed Cot.: V like an old ham. for31" pretty city Grainger.James Daaforth. E. 8. Neck. Inspectors II I

( 1 m'Yilt\ ,who has T rIiie Hood's Sari carries away his serFontbs. "etcredsjstel ;II R.Fates elerk.
t cash he has aDd all the JOSEPH PRICE ,
I'tue. and i>niiuised .if taken Clerk and AadHor,

he < av a (clean f'e' >- appetite to the did ad the pie nothing opportunity but th'e to having cLto your bad Fla.,Board Sert, .County.:l 4.rMGNETIC Coswaisrfooers.Palatka WE.ALSO CARRY IX STOCK Potash, Nitrate Soda, Kainet, Cracked:

|1 iai o prepared wbat a wonderful tbinDCLe Tea/' Bone and Beef Scraps, Sulphur, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Stems; Lani I

.1 talked uuself I hoarse the greatse caD make of / dude Plaster and Ashes.Southern .

,: lie is the most! the wake of this ruShurlowing! In NERVINE.
ampaign put r
; Office and Warehouse at Jack-
cureof alet of banC4 : come9
k. ono not waning an\ I II >-stee
Tate only scoundrels, like sharks eves and I U, said with wrttisnnarantes sonville Florida.Rear .
i o ator but comes I fish; eo that 9 ( to cur ,
fOIl s Tbe barroom' 1 II roD'81' portunity reallyyouschooopf t .i MervoosPre5tra of 20 WEST BAY STREET, on Iliver Front, midway between
once teon. Fu Dial-
bi me pal\Q1wnl. 1 "dF-t and do uo, lite at small trouble year, h1uq. bout I .7J ; n.aallcadackear4Aeur.. Main and Laura 6lreets.GSEXD.
) 1.atdx.t' :
all I I about ,
the benefiyour peopleis r n.eeesaeedbrexerPdmnetotUpiam I FOR POCKET MEMORANDA BOOK.
leads'n! With bai- Jfn George TT. XVtoyBenjamin. Mesda from .tvr ,

[ present is far from bed .MluovrL and l 1)actual the !JJurit travel into Floriive for I #. ''rohal-co &Dd>> ......... I "
settlers, the StateAs I lnl" Kentai pepnxOEFOoc -
lien'I\'lt Hill wtU ben lal t..8. glnn .lac. SofteO\lna"t I
I5rly or quite aU of its 1- ) cr'w 'iorL. But Good Advice the Oran several railroad corporalft to the I T..:rren MLapot easy, LoC:Power tn lUr.?t ISchool Books! School !
J pray what has find Premature Old AB ,lavohmtarj Supplies
in, 1 I.>ul l'ill pervade Prlc the State got I bTVflOr-iD.t1llZ-ce]; ,nt'wiPr.Jrm of the Brain 0:11
Dr. "P a boom on1 The ; to get 1 Errors\outti.. n idYll.to Weak Organ* thMwXatanl
W.C: recm'na'y Quickly FollowedCured an immigrant railroads lIch rge I Vlgnr rut dnb.s the bra of life.sum I
just as L acorrkma and Ft'II..a-**. A mcntllk tr.aa
.i N w York placed I IHoodts' they will to any Ordin tray re as mitt in ptaio rackapr.i try mail. to oar addram,nperbox Wo have on' the way the Largest and Cheapest Stock ofSchool tI
With W wder w.tiv.aWritten
1 and ttxu.5. erry
s '. al the ,'rut of Rheumatism L"Uess a little more 'frU'r.. Cuarante*to cor or r tan 11 by know bat he preferred 8ettI ) Irro. Guarantee tamed WI by oar .t Supplies ever Palatka.
t I. the
'" i \ ttY, to the eta.ir agent.
State _
fl..1 ,0 :hi' l pre..lrh'n1.I i; .- Sarsaparilla. 3,')(, see' fur, 'nd the only object thatn can Our "AESOP TABLET" For FIVE CENTS.IS .
*a L Hood Co,Lowell,)lUl.lI Ol \ a uewlp"rer adv ACKERMAH A STEWART,
'V V I ll"t: II' a tots- Uktn down with rheamittsa boom is to teastock'
wu cyst s induce
poor plow Palatka, Fionda.
V 1 S "j' ,!' fill guts year aca.. I iris sick for over six months. etock'fo j who has five or IIx acres of i
Often I would MT such palm that I eoul4 j he en4 Ianthath
f" ru:1'1 ,.' 1're6i.leul, hardly endure th m. A friend CUM to m.and .g .1 } in the I local get along wi.honr: to ":1d'1. e I Special Prices in School Supplies. to Teachers.
: ;*. rand: facet dTtt dl&tt 0 try Hoods ftarMparilU. I took I columo. .1 rIa \
him.t NI word MU! cot a bottle of It,od sine
t not ,lhffjKb > preat.lut. bn taken el6hfboU1"of It. I
:: mean some- It Has Cured Me P FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS .

la mte'htu; being meD tM doctor could dome no food waitTT. UR"WL(8LO.80cTlUNG I WHOLESALE AND RETAIl.
'apt.a .tac. Alter being Wne\e4*o mach from this If been-used for 8 u't'Pau, i >slly, Qclekly PtrotKBtl Restoret
medicine I describe noaffj Sanapartna M a and YOi fifty!! years by b lTWI
'wonderful medlolM. I also *m .nry one of moth" for their children : STATIONERS.Lemon
\he ,.*Dt day when wh U troubled with rheumatism net to t*withHood's : m. Wlth while I IA6 IETIU I L YIlU tn gg tO .
aun .a il that. lie RED': c *s., It soothes t) \teatar Last aM N. Com-*an Ma,N rroo
.Cures It also child softens the gums KbUity and all tte sells from*vlr oc later n.CK St. first door West Front PALATKA FLA-
allays an ,
England soon, the pat, 4 l *H,the resatt. of w rwort. worrr. a>ck> **. ,
Rbruma cures wind colic and Is the beat resell aft. Fall Mnexth.ton Ud'r dvrdoparat give. .
played God Save out Hood's 8an&parl11a. I am a turoM and and 1..11 foe Dfarrhtee It ; i I I *o,* rr organ or portion of the body latprovr *- .
UMinedictaM has firm in* mach earp and with relieye the too BMbtunnMbatelyi \.bear.bow. Iboo We are offering a large lot of Useful and Fancy China at Half Price to
ttrrairUi' to rwfortn IIIr wont." <*Bom a w. ourdnlfttleturfererlmmediately. aa4of leetonof pI ia Ole tn.isoerameo CMt
Trur Benjamin,MUaourt. ; I In every part of lhe.woritt Sold by dtugIt. :- *earned ill we.t pockt. r>at by mail to uladdiM mat,room for our Fan Stock. Call and see stock and prices.
Twain *.s ivoept of prir*. On*.-th'* treat-
I to get THE TIXE- Hood's Pill are hand JMb.a04 pwteoeIII .lend tOTe ceou a bottle -Be sum and a. to r qepthnchbiz. Price'L .Sb ..$ ,1I'1U1J Also examine our Nevi Dn ice|for arking Orans :Boies, lijSavetJT
twice-a-week New r..a Ma. I II Titus"'Mra.Wlaelotf's Wnttsa Ouarmnteo refand.Maey(fact cor d., .
propprtto.and apparaoc othing SyrsA"receive as. '
ie ;year at J 1.73.2:'; 1 Hake DO()(her kind t- r :, t

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fell over the lantern and smashod it. destrlans. We have Just :: ::eTV icdllrs. ertlett-tLe -

II) tijidst of When all attempts at reconstruction "Are you a Canadian" he asked. i camp, and we are going f f' ; ,.' .. ; usual keeping-"his mouth : .
failed, the party tramped on in go-av! Certainly am. I II th.irlg to eat." )' t>:.... wicn* his wife.was present D
"Well in that if I let
case, leave I
Alarms. you-please fai-hioo. end found they did you I "I must have a more the talking: "they"re.not Fenians. I i
better without I camp, you must give me your word that than that.
the light than with It. should j I ewer been camping on our farm for
T. In fact, although it was not yet four you fall in with the enemy you i "Well here you have or more." -
(r OOSTEmtD rsOM. LAST WKK J o'clock, daybreak was already filtering will give no information: to them of t swered Yates, pulling

through the tree, and the weeds were our position, numbers, or of anythingelse pass and handing it up fro BB rosTrtttxn.I
do know you may have seen while with us." man. The read 't C"I
"Rule of wart Jjiat you perceptibly lighter. man
of the rule of wad jroo red-headed ..w t" must be getting near the camp"said "I shall not give my word. On the "You find that all right I ---- --- r WXJ{ .

Senegambian? Bolts Of Hoyle! Your the captain. contrary, if I should fall in with the 1 "Right enough to BIRTH eL

line U dicing eetrers, I imagine. "WUllllboot, sir?" asked Uurphy.d Canadian troops I will tell them where mediate arrest. (

wme, captain undo tbs. rupee< sa "No no. We can't miss it Keep on you are, that you are from- eight hundred ( "But the general said '. MADE: EASY t9 Jodr

make up mind fcalekly. CTrpt us I ab you are doing." to one thousand strong and the be molested further. ''Wi
your MOTHEu'
FUCNS "IS scfectific-
worst-looking of I have n
I set
along to Gen. O'Neill fa* as fast"wou i Thy were nearer the camp than vagabond own handwriting." :
ever seen out of I prepared Liniment,every ingre
can. The sooner yen'get ns tMI'8).he they buspected. As they blundered jaiL" "I presume it is, and of Twbt
Gen. ONeill frowned and looked from recognized value anJ in
more time you will have for being sorry on among the cracking underbrush and for you. Ills
one to the other. I the by the medical
over w hat you hare done. dry twigs the sharp report of a rifle quita as far as the pro- ic
But the captain still hesitated and echoed through the forest, and a bullet "Do you realize that you confess to country yet. I arrest I These ingredients are com )

looked from one to the other of Ha whistled above their heads being a spy, and that it becomes my of the queen. Cover in a manner hitherto unknown

men as if to make up Ms mind whethf : "Fat the divil are yon foiling at, duty to have you taken out and shot?" your revolvers, and !shoot 11a.

er they would obey Mm If he went tq Alike Lynch?" cried the alderman, who "In real war, yes But this is mere If they make any

extremities. Yates' quick eye noted recognized the shooter, now rapidly Idiotic fooling All of you that don't ing, the rider slipped ai

that the two prisoners had nothing to faUlul back. escape will be either In jail or shot be- 'whipped out of his FRIEND TA' .

hope for, even from the men whounarmed 11)11. it's you, is It?" said the sentry, fore twenty-four hours. I handcuffs joined by a F
amlled. The shooting of iwo a ng in his flight The captain "Well, by the gods, it won't help chain, and, leaving his DO an that fs claimed for ita

and bound men seemed to them about at.anmly towards him. you any. Ill have you shot inside often grasped Benmark wrist. t AND MORE Shortens Labor, :

the correct way of beginning a great 61\ t do you mean by firing like minutes, instead of twenty-four .Tm a Canadian," said Pain,Diminishes Danger to C' tt

straggle for freedom. that., n't you know enough to ask hours. wrenching his wrist of Mother and chili Book th

"Well," said the captain at length for thcpuntersign before' .shooting?" "Hold on, general, hold on," cried musn't put handcuffs on I I "MOTHEM"mailed FREE, con-

"we must lo it in the proper form ao '"S r6 forgot about it, captain en- Yates, as the angry man rose and con- "You are in very bad I valuable information and*

I suppose we' .should hare a C)01U'ttnarotlaL tirely. But then, ye bee, I never can fronted the two. "I admit that he I am a constable of this i testimonials T :'

Are you agreed?" richly deserve shooting if you were you are what you say, *zpr*..oa receipt of price: $1JO per bottle .
They were unanimously agreed. the fool-killer, which you are not. sist arrest""I REGULATOR CO., ABsiita.Ca. ;

"Look here," cried Yates, and there i But it won't do. I will be responsiblefor will go with you, but SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS 13 JUST AS1 t'

was a certain imprMAlft in his him. Just finish that pass for me, handcuff me." WARRANT!; it"

voice m spite of hu former levity, "this and I will take care of the professor. "Oh'! mustn't I?" Apd 't}

farce has pone just as far as it is going.Go III't Shoot me if you like, but don't touch movement indicative of ---- P.rt.Ifedie'eeeo.Be. I tl
inside the tent there and in my 'c' fl him. lie hasn't, any sense, as you can with resisting criminals GentlemenOROVEH TASall:- C l\
coat eee, but I am not to blame for that ON BUYERS OP buotrtit tbm> c.crianr etr '- ''
pocket you will find a telegram, ,nor deftly slipped on one at 14 t 1
the first of a dozen or two received by are you. If you take to shooting everybody which closed with a : WRAPPERS. xc.re.idonaraalMa

me within the last twenty-four hours who is an ass general, you burr. a. re )

Then you will see whom yea proposeto won't have any ammunition left to conquer Renmark became MORE CHEATING. .. rAnd

shoot Canada with." there was a dangerous For v
,t of Fruit Wrappers may sales
The telegram was found and the t The general smiled in spite of himself eyes. He drew back his know that they iret an honeet 1s

captain read it, while Tim MId the and resumed the writing of the In spite of the fact that t9 of to 480 ream sheets,acme and uascnjp4loos act 400 or 330 IM

lantern He looked from under his pass. "There," he said, handing the volver was edging closer enppry. f" e

knitted brow at the newspaper can paper to Yat &. "You see, we always him and the constable TH r
"Then you are one of tfee Argostaff. t ,i I like to oblige the press. I will risk gling manacled hand "FAIR AND'SQUARE" ,1 11

." s't your belligerent friend, and I hope you mination. are put tip in packages of 1
I each aDd each Wrapper in num
1 am chief of the Arias .iff. As will exercise more control over him if "Hold ont" cried In printing, consecutively II T' : br

3"on see, five of my men will be with c you meet the Canadians, than you were the professor from 1 to lOua >o one can

f>"D O'Neill t -mow. The first t able to exert here. Don't you think, sentative of the law. i BEAT (

tut."tiou: they will ask him will be: on the whole, you had better stay withus he shouted to the man llHU ,n.
prices. Send tor .. I [
*\V here is Yates' The next tIrfItt.. ? We are going to march in a couple It is all a little mistake I Innle.k1" : to samples. n.

will happen will be that you wJO be "roc FIRST, PBOFRSSOB," SAID YATES.hit of__ hours_ ____ when H ___ the__ _man__ _have_._ hal A_ _lit.._ .. nut Ml7ht... : msw.J is

hanged for your stupidity, not by anything so It's little difference it tie rest" lie added In a lower voice,so armed ai mounted m""e I Jersey City Printing Co. I a.tIu beta; J JI t1

Canada, nor by the state of New York, I that the professor could not hear "You only two, unarmed and on .TEBSEY cur, N. J I qalek and II C'to
\},-* 'h.\' y"ur own geni'nil. who will The shot had roused the and didn't see anything of the Canadians, I is no need of any \V>, mid over 50 tons printed Orange I It.m.Y (.lout..dott p
CUr' your m*'m',rv ever after You camp suppose? Now, Cenmark: you : Wrappers la Florida last year. I eiun, sun, M
ar. foolior n >t with a abject this was now wild commotion. every- "Not a sign. No, I don't think III rebel at the present I

t..;:i"" but u ith a citi/.en, and your gen on body them.A thinking. the Canadians were up- stay There will b8 five of our fellows O'NeilL lie owes' no : + I"rtet" Is! ill

end is not am'h an idiot as to monkey here some time today, I expect, and you do Have you no : boU3 sl:ey. ei
strahge sight met the of Yates phkt attt t
xaa the aitcd Mates government eyes that will be more than enough. I'm forms of law and order?
and Renmark. Both 1 I
were astonishedto I
awha\ is a blamed ":;/lit worse, really bore on a vacation. Been ordered anarchist at heart, for all t Durang's
see the number of that O'Neill
men rag
w 'h the great American pr....... Come, rest and quiet I'm beginning to thinkI lions You would sing 1316 L
had under his er
captain. we re had enough of this Out eomma tatter were a have made a mistake in the location," Queen!' in the wrong place These tiny Capsules are superiorto f D"ra"g Oiatij
crowd Some
tar' ?e i'.rds, iu--t as quickly as you can, Yates bade good-by to commander, so now be satisfied. that Balsam of CoalibaCnbebsorllrj&'tionsand s N earth
anel take WI t.I the general. Weftore State uniforms were among them, but and walked with his friend out of the I. her, or, rather, that !she (MIHY1 then a h
the greater number were dressed as or- CURE IN 48 HOURS VlV '&ICIII o d
gv.ng to see him in the morning any- camp. They threaded their way among Now, constable, do you 1'0
hlw" dinary individuals, although a few had I sleeping men and groups of stacked the other end of that the same diseases witEout 81 i

lint this man says he is a Canadian." trimmings of green braid on their guns. On the top of one of the bayonets my wrist? or have you inconrenience La

"That's all right. My friend is me. I clothes.had Sleeping out for a couple of was hung a tall silk hat, which my own special use?" I Sdd by 1I1llrutrlIts, till
nights the crowd the
If T u touch him you touch me. N.w given unkempt looked most incongruous in such a "I'll take your wrist if I -- -- ie Reset
hurry up. Climb down from your appearance of a great company place."I "All right; here you beat
of The
officers were Indistinguishable
pen:h, I shall hare enough of trouble tramps. think," said Yates, "that we will drew back his I
from.the at first but
now getting the general to forgive all men make for the Ridge road, which must sented his wrist The
afterwards Yates noticed that
the blunders you hare made tonight, they, lie somewhere In this direction. It was speedily clamped _.r .
mostly in plain clothes and slouch hats Label n crwe
wit.boutyour adding Insult injury. will be easier walking than throughthe constable mounted the ruud chaw r. If perrenea. ttt
Tell your men to untie us and throw the had sword-belts buckled around them woods and besides I that stood waiting for } ,u od, at hr t sac \ _red or DOl
and one or two had swords that had ; want to stopat ottcd, oe wru and .Girt with cutll p.ten'fcH. by
ropes back into the tent It will soon one of the farmhouses and get some him the while with B. WILl.pp. Lo
be daylight Hustle, and let ns be evidently States seen service In the United breakfast I'm.. hungry as a bear The two prisoners p"f j Iflt yti .1.1.a.l'r J All

off cavalry. after tramping so long." took the middle of the

Tntie them" said the captain, with "It's all right boys cried the captain "Very well,"answered the professor, horseman on each side cot
to the excited mob. "It was only old
constable tired Aunaal
a sigh. shortly. bringing up Cor 1091 S.
that fool Lynch who fired at us.There' tle; sum and eabetanr. ch
thus marched
\atesshook himself when his arms They stumbled along until they they on, lhn Ixttst lurmlrg kmnrltdYe. .
regained their freedom. *nobody hurt Where's the reached the edge of the wood, then, gloomy from the Every plxnterehoald qu.na

Now, Tim," he said "run into that general r crossing some open fields, presentlycame them, and the newspaper have D.fd.t tiet fees
FeirylC Co., an"we
tent and bring out my coat It". chilly "Here he comes, said half a dozen upon the road near the spot where ous as the now I
here voices at once and the crowd made way the fist-fight had taken place between birds. The scouts "In

Tim did instantly as requested and for him. Yates and Bartlett The two, now farther towards the |

he'ped'aV.<. on w its his coat. Gen. O'Neill was dressed in ordinary with greater comfort, walked silently turn to the Canadian oypRE -i

''\.ood bm said \.11.8. "'\ oifre evident citizen's costume,and did not have evena along the road towards the west, with prisoners. They marched '
!' sword-belt On hh head of light hair the road all silent tier]
v been porter in a hotel. Tim reddening east behind them. The except j -
grianrd was a black soft felt hat Ills face whole scene was strangely quiet and livened the morning air j and

i l.'llnk i ," said Yetes, meditatively, was pale and .covered with freckles peaceful and the recollection of the ing of "John Bnrvn." | OF MEN

that ifon look under the right-hand lie looked more like a clerk from a weird crvttp they had left in the Tvood, f Keep quiet," said the b3

bunk Tim. you will find a JupIt belongs store than like the commander of an seemed merely a bad dream. The curtly. -
to the professor! although he has army lie was evidently somewhere morning air was sweet and the bri "All right I will. But I Ealllt.Qolety. beIL

between thirty-five and forty years of were beginning to sing. Yates had In- I shall pass shortly the house \ Perm.a.aU aeat0te4. ,,

age."Oh. tended to give the professor a piece of We want to go and get ; '". WEAKNESS,
it's you, Is Itr he said. "Why his mind regarding the lack of tact and t..... NERVOUSNESS. VITA ofFROXT cxcl
are you back? Any news? "You will to
common sense displayed by Renmark get nothing
The captain saluted, military fashion in the camp but somehow the scarcely- deliver you up to the I and an tile trata ef rrfls Ent : i Joie
I and replied: awakened day did not lend itself to unteers." rtomeargerrer.oriateees and
J 'Y 1 } "We took two prisoners, wr. They Controversy, and the serene stillness I "And where may I ask, i Overwork e.ee. ,tk ilekacif.mwlt oT tab]

were encamped In a tent in the wood soothed his spirit lie began to whistle "You may ask, but I devetopme: roUttraogth.$ aad too* D1L E. r.. WES it tan J
One of them he is an American that I plreu to every oran andortion
says softly popular war song, "Tramp swer. IIENT. ,...-.
citizen and says he knows you, so I tramp tramp, the boys are marching, "Now., Benmark," said I plo,B:timl( tba BMtnoda body.. ral.... HI't ..BVPIkobol.r

brought them in." and then broke in with the question companion: "the tough Imm.Ma edht.tm lallSJU im rp.eu.ere. Rtg fp 1r T

"I with you had brought in the tent I "Say, Benny, did you notice that episode U that we shall zplaoatloa) Tfttmtett.and Book, dMth Power, lit Prf'm&f'ltbP:', sine byJDtt

too" said the general, with a wan : plug-hat on the bayonet t I ate f Pruot e. I'-.Ie W.ekatorr .
I smile. "It would be an improvement I "Yes." lpa, "III'IIIJaAe t
answered the professor; "andI I ERIE MEDICAL CO. me-L
on in the air. Are these /ear.. br.s,
: sleeping
+ the I saw five others scattered around the I BUrrALO N.Y. .wI1wn,' ,ni i It licit
prisoners? I don't know either of camp." ee.r.os-"I fast
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c t i ***&z...**'- & ebserrant.: I can Soar!S","...r ,1> i and
..a it I "The captain makes a mistake in OCABAT', prep
Imagine ridiculous
eavingthat I claimed a personal ao- I I nothing quite so as TIMEVIA
a man going to war in a tall silk hat"The ACKEI
f qmtntaDee -w1'il1you. general What i pr,
'iff professor made no reply and !
f : :,. I said was that you would recognize Yates changed his whistling to "Rally $ Druggist'! a past
somewhat quicker than he did who I are
round the
flag. .
: ear:
was, and desirability of treating me "
"I he at
"rtsioir KOTHWO! WIOCTKD SAT=s. with reasonable decency. Just show presume said length 'ern
"there ia little use in attempting to improve east
hidden It aDder my bed to divert sus- the general that telegram you took the morning hour by trying to *- very,
from J1' \ *
pit: n ft'o \Dimself. Just fish it out my coat-pocket, captain. show yon, Renmark, what a fool you Railway Oo 1'19 B
and bring Inhere. It is not as full as I The paper was produced, and O'Neill made of yourself In the camp. Your (r \ : of a'
read It over twice. '
it was but there's enough to go round. onoe or natural diplomacy seemed to be slightly r takeKOO
take "You are on the New York Argus, qjflj\ \: I. ST., 1 <
If the professor does not more then?' off the center. \ \ SYSTEM.) hate

than his share" "Very much so, general" "I do not hold diplomatic relations ... \ ... For liepairi
smacked their lips'rin with thieves and sagabondsi"They Seri
The gallant troop <
"I hope have not been \ Keys Trunks
you roughly ? ,
looked. .
and 7.00pm 7.00
anticipation wed? may be vagabonds, BO amI \\ air tbel
the jug brought forth for that matter. also I 4.23am 4.20pm
astonished to see "Oh They may be Cans to ren rt W
no tied In
; hard
"Yon first professor," said Yates; and knot and threatened merely with up a well-meaning mistaken men; but I do "BOLD OX, GISIRAL, HOLD ". ... 7.35 am 7.50 pm I1 me ttand
'ram Innocently offered him the jug. that's all. shooting not think they are thieves. TATES.Bartlett's 1.20 pm 4.45 am and goaranteFruit .
The his head. I .. 7.20 7.(>> 4
shook -1
.leatned man M\Vhil you were talking with the house and feast pm am
r te$Whed, and took it himself. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that Still so-oalled general, one party came In remembrance of the .. 7.30 am 7,20 pm TImot;
"'" he said. you must make some allowance at a good o. .. 5.30 C.45 am !
eU,, ere'8 to yon boys with several horses that had been pm
Mrs. Bartlett Is
time like this. If will with always glad ... meod
back as safely yon 5 30 pm 6.45 am
ra4mijTcmall from the farmers JeLILIEN
get stolen neighboring and
I will write on the wayfarer. I call 8. l]
P> Kew i The jug me you a paM which willprevent . 400pm 72.1am
.__ Ti-u as I wilt" any similar mistake happening and another party started out to get cruelty. It Is adding Hal)
P s 4do k along the line until Timfialshedlt1 some more." ." attanonga.. 5 55 pm 7.00 am wick
in the The general led the )
.10.00 10.25
Oh, that I.snatea1lng, Benmarkjthat's pm am
As they neared the on,
way a smouldering camp-fire, where
the .
e.sow. U-n, for the camp of dot of valise he requisitioning You mustn't use stead they caught sight of U.40 pnJ 442am
a took materi-
writing York. .. 6.52 .
10 55
Fenian an/-, cried Yates, taking such reckless language. I Imagine the am am
ala, and, using the valise as a desk on the veranda shading her
Masrk's rm; and they began gsn to write. After he had 00-1 second party has been successful for" the rising sun and gazing leaving Jacksonville at 7 p. m. ciIYi YtI
march throi woods. here are three of them all mounted. >I
rb the the I
"Headquarters of the Grand Army of I approaching squad. from cod to end awl
"ttitat Cj 'i', he The three horsemen referred to
e or. '* she recognized the solid
I Irish Repvblio, he looked op and group to Cincinnati tia
to Ius frien.. r1an quiet stopped their steeds at the of the
"thi- sight peared with Into \
asked Yates his first name. Being I a cry tk e. I Queen and Crescent Zr. Toni
t; with a venw>*n,',', i':'tit?" j .mitred, he inquired the.... 01 hIS two men coming round th$ bend of the ently there came out Mrs. : cure

lpert "IlL ,. frf* nd. j I road and awaited their approach.Like lowed by her son and more i the favotite Ronte to all East If PROV e; btuit

The thl' t\! had I Itr "I want nothing from you,",inter | so many of the others, they wore the old man himself. : and Georgia Resort SunJitIO "pr.> t vihk
cotter '. 'oI' ;l"'r no uniform. but mof them held
; re- all down rUn ,' Cll,
sl Recmark "Don't name They came to information plow' write trn r
: U fl"4It.. .t H' the po put my .
a : t volrere in their hands ready," action. waited. J. C B&AM. User Tlect. .. '
the j
at on papr ,
". ,
pre ttt"' T'ri-.n The who had reTOlTel'moveo.i 1s to cu:r, : : '
:r one no visible So
til";, :. _, tbtrif : :,,' I ..dtcr I "Oh, that's all tight." saM Yate "H Bo, Mrs Bartlett," 'te'r; .ienaer Aiji' l.nfI Pe..er.
"' .. .1' ,.).,.. ">.'n'r mind him general He.> a His h" r.up the middle of the cheerily, "You see the : ; I lav vt", Jackson; :C, iria. I' ,,..,a..1 t.Ir .
tf r.ler stn :....r.uuir .'L, ,..rt L arm'' Jilin who doesn't know when l"1I.dt.vw-ir" the ped etrlan% other fotnisdeserts at Us*} aad r < '" .tn-l; Man.:('r. ar+ : ,.1
ny 1: ,';m two ta!,': tr ,wr tmns on ear skIs of bad eompaay share fiis T ':x. 1 r. i', .V. a..tr. \.J. J
.. w-a\ :; thingto ".>. to :_,h *u.i when oto.. As j6ttma..b the wi r. .",1n. w i' loll ',' '.. ..
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Eng i';:n walked : will Han empty Jug, which will ez-: f re ; .* ': are yongoag'erio3r. yon cove "WI1 t'. sll this*aboatr \! 1'UII.! ? 1

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J. J01ISS BAPTIST: ASSOCIATI05.I .: .. 7 .. .... '.. f .' Some large Logs. .
Everybody Says
T ..1. /- Capt. T. C. Butler has teen.very _
Very Interesting ndLargeIy Attended
busy since hisretuni home putting in STEPHENS, Upper Lemon Street keeps the Fines', Best tnd Cheapest -

Meeting;;. Fame Will machinery and making other improvements line of Groceries In this market .
FRrrTI..iK,, FLA.. October 24.lir's Its : to hit shingle mill, and now he

'at,' i.ee8t Timea-UvJ1d.' ; ,' .. has one of the most complete mills in Stephens Says .

11e! Jobes RlrerBapfip'tlon o- the State, and is now prepared to furnish -
held 8rst-clus cypress shingles from a He don't claim to sell blow cost or that his goods are the best that
( its seventeenth cession
w. sM bundle. a car load. were ever made, but he'doe claim that they arjlJKood the best In
I tbe Benlali Baptist Church here, s ... The Captain received this week some this markei and he givea-tlown welfbt-nevjr'< a nflea a 8..aJand t
in a more thin Dsa,1- number of TheWorld's Columbian Exposition flab I which as
large logs, were gotten
very to p/iees they are way down to bottom fhxtfi'why to, many evple '
lega ,>$ from -hur-bes-within Its ..marked the climax of human out by Mr. F. T. JDoustlasi the boss patronize him. = .
|anr6, and there were a good numr ; logger of the Ocklawaha. One .of;the a
of minister preeent-ei nll been achievement. It will live in logs measured 4y500 feet, while another
measured 7,076 feet, being GO inches WeAliSayThat
the list. -: of the of
; memory crowning glory in diameter and 30 feet'In length.
U o'clock on FfldayJiraoinlngcrgantst modern tbe we can agree with 8TEP hjhte, iUtement
; times. No other development They are probably largest ever .
> of the choreb;with herai brought to Palatka. "

\ tfang "I laftlt Alllo Jeenr." ? of the closing cejnurycan A few Specialties: vt>
Id 3 Who is it that is not fond of pure \
wasofferecl Holy :: .
prajtr roritb can with it in
I in all bnslne a, 11 compare practical milk, borne-made butter, cottage The beat BUFFER and CHKE3E; to be found la the city. Green and
int guidance: .th\the benefit to mankind. I cheese, etc., ann that in abundance? Roasted COFFEE that eaot.1' ,* excelled FLOUR that giv,* everybody
Jvftps and songs of session; Mrs. John T. Dunn has opened the
It) it i.s 1 'was opened tbe moet inter 1 fWho that exhibited is not ,West End Mansion and advertises for perfect ratirfaot'on aud at prices to meet all eo petltion. Bret CANNED
held ., half dozen boarders who will MEATS: of all kinds. CAI fHD GOODS DRUm FRUIfS. PICKLES
at a
EeEttrt'ulteticr: ever agree to
ng ;r'* proud of it ? Who that. failed to consume twenty quarts of pure JerseV PRODUCE and in fact e.rjy thing usaa ly kept in a Fir8t-CIss tirooery

I1 plac exhibit does not regret the omission milk per day. See her cam in another Siora A: trial will conrjnffityoa. Free detlrrry< to any part of the city.
S. Proctor .
\r. U o'clcek the Rev. 8. column. TKLHPHOXKNO ..'
17. m
'JTeYfd a very imprwflve' sermon to ? The former are the people :
.I "JAne,'"tbe most written
[age! and attentive audience, after of to-day. The latter are relics extensively p,
; about of ,
comedy recent years, comes to ..
i "L the cotgr; gallon was and invited If! of the past. Palatka Tu 8Y.October 30. It would i 0. LOPES BAILEL Pre.t. '\i'' :!; qbJ. iIeTLs,Sept. II.t. AD1 x4, ff'.J'rru
tbe .
e tea n (n grounds pare seem surperfluons to write at length .

cf the fffietbtutnis prepared by 1, No honor so high as that embodied z about tbe play aL, tbia late date. For PALATKA GAS LIGHT & FUEL COMPANY\

i _'" 'd 'rutie! .. TT/t: Association W8.tI ouc : : nearly excl -
1' ward
; 1 I in an at the fair. ; .
; .
i D called:: tOKetbf" and went into a r ivelj\ttiiPlayed: 8 and it hasn't

"JD' ,r Fbi< u, vtich Isfet 'd near to r I ') Competition was world-wide, the 1 worn comedy which P.4.LATT-., FLA..
can cM"ma record of four separate and
.t+ g itdtvtnotllhetun.. Ibeycnh.'to :; A ; r I fruits of ripest experience and ; distincONew'Yerk engagements must .

I L/iO, >i* 4 evtid cffictre, eta, i' 1 I noblest endeavors submitted be good material, as they sa] iu ihfr :4. .

iid a.Crud,i, to ce tat7 o'clock, / I i were t vernacular.: "Jane" has done this 'Vt11 continue to furnish high grade of Gas for illuminating ,

Jt i c to Itev. A. D. Oobn, cf Titus- %/ a ,for examination. r and to those wbo have a knowledge of
,,, ;, theatrical affairs and the fickleness of and fuel .
able coon oiIP > purposes.Wftl
tie, a*" \" r t-u a nioft ae' ,tribunals
Honest of
td composed i
of tbe Bible, and the >ew York public this statement
I ""ef1' ututrs also be short time to furnish .
in it
will nothing short of marve'ous. prepared a very
At) ct tea\ mgitct for the blue book eminent scientists, examined and ili appear
the *n icsea the A-ocia- I The f musementhistory of the metropolis
v.1 After the claims ; patrons and the public with Electric Lights.
n was railed tu older and mme passed upon of exhib abounds with instances wherein a

EI;,'. t rat wasted, aud adjourned tllllll.lllill itors. Their judgement based on >lav enjoying popularity of a positive
f t 'i 'de ('k aturtey: uioruiUR.t kind has gone away 'into the provinces,'

" ,', ,vk tiatniday morning tbe __ J inquiry and justice, proves con 81 they say, returned and found itself W. A. LIVINGSTON
10'' kainn t-ngagut m a prater "" ,,'. ,'" .. forgotLen.ooJane" will live for many ,
e: o aLii at 10 o clock busmeMtt. clusively the value of any article seasons, and much of its fun will be -DEALER IN-

: H"n op agate, and the moot tin STATUE OF THE REPUBLIC commend I found to be incorporated m comediesof
:: nl; t it oi the morning vies COURT OF HONOR they ;. a more recent date. Although the

C'. ,0'' u tl.f mtei.t-t ot the DalHIet buiiQlu WORLDS COLUMBIAN Their approval was stamped fn r play is the result of English authorship, New and Second-Hand
,11"t bt. Atrgune EXPOSITION. touch with
Cohen who : its humor is thoroughly in
cbar', Mr. i7r !
Beard oft American theatre goers, and its local
I 1'.'" I"r..nting*...kc d or a collection, and Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowderIt 1 coming is an event of more than average -
this another interest. .
\ I u kt u.

I a nw trexteuait: lung, +Ld811gutht table, and received the highest award at the fair from a jury headed I FHBIT EXCHANGE: BUIXETIN No. 3. Furni

", aj'' -ut t',
I :rcaiiug under Her load. Then Dr. Price's was officially commended for highest leavening JACEBO }VLLE, Fla., Oct. 24.
lia tht' t oautiful songs called the Prices in the domestic market con LINE OFCrockery
'yi ". '1---....01._.'.' .....>...I.. the" voice- --- oi8ev power, purity, keeping qualities and general excellence. inne about the-same as test rei orted. --

,-h8a'lI paid, "Oomr to order, )raofe. in actiye demand with prices and Oloclts
4 a t t, r .i l f. w hour of business tnloornuicut I I $[1.35 to $2.50; ayerages ranging about
was taken tonuetatTlofch The fart and elegant steamer John Judge Dads Has a Close Call. $2 00. "-

U. its en to Brother William 5vU eater, amved at Jacksonville from Judge R. W. Davis had a narrow es Lemons show a wide range, from Cocent
joe. dU'Ul'8t minister well :few York laM week, and will soon cape from death last Sunday eveniug. to 3.30; till good stock selling $-2
ihe Hhe church truths presented wa quite by the take her winter run between that city lIe was'examining workings of a to $3.30. Scaly, rusty lemons hard to Ing and Mattresses made on short notice. Old Stoves made new, and exchanged -

c.. Mr as StOUt will longIwrtineme and Palatka. new revolver when his thumb slipped sell at any price. for Old ones. Wardrobes. Tables and Safes etc., made to order,

, ,,' t> limo j ot his hearers lie i* from the hammer which was partly Grape truit, though quite green, is cr: I also sell the NEW IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
Lu i tot euergetio worker.n Bright and breezy "Jane, with the cocked, allowing:; it to strike the cart doing well; last sale averaged 13.62.
on instalment of Three Dollar per Month. Fair Dealing my motto. Call
Sunday morning teams could beit endorsement of two seasons' genuine ridge with sufficient force to dischargeit. LIVERPOOL 8ALL
from all duectious and of all de success, cornea to the city next: week, The bullet struck just back of hIs Cable just in reports to-day's sale 14 and see for yourselves. Corner Lemon and Third streets Palatka. Fla.

ptunarts with heavy boie: and will appear at Fry's Opera House right eye and passed upward under the to 21; average 19 shillings. This is

!x>ta. i i' gt>8 and carrl ge ova Tuesday eight: October 30th. Nichols skin and came out near the about equar to $3.50 to 85.23; average
.me for preachuje the house couldU and Lestcoq stand in the very front top of the ear, lodging in the ceiling $4.75 per boxy Heavier shipments are
uo more, every bench wa full, rank of American playwright, but of the room. While the wound was asked for.Nex.thlpfin. The LittPutnam
Itberhaus and wagon wats vcre- they have turned out nothing so fairly slight,though painful, if tbe revolver dates: Oct. 25lb and
bed in every 'ptf'fI that could, ao- musing as "Jane," and it will be had have been held one-half an inch 4th, 8th and lllh.
Irn, da" (;ne, a d the writer<)ont- anxiously All
awaited by theatre-goers. nearer a horizontal position the shot shipments must be marked "For _
ver three hundred and teald many The special cast piovided Is well suited won Id have been faul. Export" Only bright fruit wanted; vvvvV'vvvvvV': '' ''' 'V'

,Jren here not o.uU.tdr U m safe to to the purposes. 'Inus-nEn.\LD joins his many size not smaller than 200. Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH
ke outside.
a number were on the grounds, I I[ .....:- friends in congratulating him on his If;

1350: et persona me soy cut of all this number I David Parker, a former resident of miraculous escape. Detectives Needed Here. -
oi the Bostwick and.one wbo has helped to The Jag was able to preside at of the
i-ould not find a tingle act Superintendent Chas. Ainge, All the Latest antI Most Improved Bar Fixture '
could class dimmish tbe htwood that Criminal Court .
fleet nature that we Tuesday.AN I National Detective Bureau, Indianapolis
t ebavior.. place, struck our town Wednesday bailine I three A Finnly> Assorted Stock of
other H. M. King preached the from Caonaveral on the East Coast, ELEGANT ENTERTAINMENT. Ind., announces that two or
Oh, what a 'on- where he has been in the employ of I 15 Im-II III I capable and trustworthy men are I
sermon. Okeebumpkeo TribelNo. | Wines, Whiskies, Beer, Dcseslic and Imported Cigars. Tobaccos Etc. Etc.Lemon .
gift brother has 1 needed in this county to act as private
'lal this dear ola Uncle Sam rebuilding the light bouse. proved Order of Red Men, of this city, Ezicrience
i* -omed he put forth his beet He deposited his swag In the bank, i celebrated Colurntms Day and its second detectives under his instructions. o .:8. : :ERRED Fes JBOF
in the work is not necessary .
was pronouned I[
L:. for tbe eermon and left for Bostwick Thursday to getsome anniversary last Monday night by
ill "''('00." gold, which he has in the bandsof giving a grand ball and entertainment to success. He edits a large criminal Street Jalat7sa Flai
to Miem-, 1 and will send It with full par- ,
lien another Invitation a trusted friend. Dave will never at the Armory, to which the numerous paper
|a['rid the tong old table, and male: an almanac, but he knows howto friends of this growing and popular I ocular, which will explain how you
e ih'M 1 was a baptist api olnte'lt make and dollar. may enter the profession by addressing -
save a order invited. Tbe committee
t "i can by BO means be called were j him at Indianapolis, Ind. *
iiiMve.j' Baptist, for the Methodists MATTING, MATTING I CHEAPat cf arrangements had the large hailtastefully --+ NORTH FLORIDA LEADS !I
tie community turned out, and, detonated and everything Recent reports from our ripening ;
.. DOX D'S.cr50l..ICI1or.. la for the occasion. .
I hear .,..ktn and open housea.in perfect thane rooms continue to gius good averages
,1 the good work heart I Fine music was rendered by Heston on fruit. Highest price, $2.wi
crowd left the with reference, Brothers' oicbeetra. J. H. belley, in -DfPRODUCING -
(hand, When the lowest, SI; average 2. On all good
V the supply was eo bountiful that wanted by the Largest, Strongest his usual characteristic genial manner, fruit the average will run $2.23 or bet
Jdn't need rrplenlthtng for the Most Progressive Live Stock' Io.urtlnceCompan.ln introduced Col. G. W. M. Williams, ter. The freight to this market is 3oc THE FINESTNURSERY
|'ff served on the ground In the the world. 'Liberal con who delivered an eloquent and appropriate from Jacksonville.
Ifnp: tract and big Inducements "f5'ujtb address, which was well resell Jacksonville Fruit Auction Co.
je aft'moon Bermcn was preached agents and Insured. Address, wufe -< by the large audience, after Tnos. R. TOWNS, Pres. STOCK !
liev. JV W Oliason in .his usual stamp, at once. wRICtrthjree hostile warriors, with cos-
}re manner and he had the s>mkr AETNA MUTUAL LIVE STOCK IKS. (::0., tume and >Nr paint on, put In an appearance List of Unclaimed Letters
of the OODKI elation, having 100 S. 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. one'whomMr.. John It. NEW VARIETIES that promise well and old varieties that have prove
bait his aired mother two day Finch, in an elegSqt and forcible way, Remaining in the Post-office, at Pa a success are included in our list, which gives you a chance to experiment fozj

Ion.re. experience After: the preaching meeting was an held old WILD ORANGE SELTZER will mad an inlerestin'_addieas, givinga latka, Fla., for the week ending Oct. yourself or only plant tested varletj e. .

engaged In by all denominations help you to keep cool during the hot lengthy and instructive hi tory of 10,1894: ----VE: i:
the order, which was highly enjoyed GE,iIS' J.1sTBarefield -- FLt.j
nt.e at 7.15 weather. 10 and 25 cents, at PEEK'S byallprcAenL ... '" I :
evening service began Dot Birfidd, W E
Idling by Rev. W. E. Stanton, Drug Store. Dancing commenced about 9 o'clock Green, Dick Ellis, James A And offer the LARGEST LIST and MG v.\IPLETE sever
|>r of the borne church, and it wfy .>> which was kept up until a late hour. i Flog d. Lube *G able effort and such was the Refreshments were served during the Grunnes Joe E Gregby Joe Simmons, Grapes, Figs, Mulberries, Sontbetn Apples, Pears, Apt,Japan Per
J*'greets of the speaker that the Mrs. EM Hamilton evening. Great credit is due to tbe ; Huntson,, Jacob Lang, S II Pecans, Walnuts, Chestnuts, Almonds, Hardy Oranges and t I"oeotll, Ones,
Ion seemed as did toe tar In the : gentlemen constituting the various Louis. Anderson LoftinJC mental Trees, Ac.; and last but not least, Ro ?oo.i OWh:
I to draw us to f allow, and pointed committees for the manner in which we have over SEVEXTT-FITE. VAKILTIES, ail out-door grown
Maul! C G Moody J Pearson ".a
I to the bl d Saviour. GRAFTED and budded. most kinds
plainly ** every detail of the entertainment was
Mutton Hubert G McIntyre W D
It then came the most feeling part FIRST-CLASS carried out It was one of the most Our new Catalogue describing IN DETAIL every kind and va
Packard S
Norwood J X kty of
woen the baud of parting ..as successful and enjoyable affairs ever and Roses suitabe! fot Southern planting Is now ready and will Fruits
a Page, James B Parker, Charlie Mailed free
by the congregation and
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given in Palatka.Bucklen's on application
.bye to the ones who we ro much I Strong, Wisrgin Thomas, Post ,
t tu i..rt with, and we cn truth I Private Board I Arnica Salve. Turner, M 3 Williams, Ben POMONA WHOLESALE NURSERIES

say the Association baa left II The Best Salve m the world for Cuts, Wilson, D II Wilson, Gus
pih'a memben strengthened In I Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Wilcox, F. M.LADIES' Wholesale and n.tallV'V
ape and encouraged In the work. Cor. First and Madison Sta. I Fever Tetter Hands LIST.
bores Chapped ,
> extend our thanks to the dele
.i f r ,heir coming among ns In Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- Brown Emma Bonds, Mattie II GRJFFJN"GProp..,
(a spirit to insure to us a pleasant PALATKA, FLORIDA.Joseph tions,and positively cures Piles or no Carld Laura M Dunham, floss Macclenny Baker Co. Florida '
required. It is guaranteed to dYe ,
|rontaule meeting. pay Ford, Mary L Gethier, H F
officer are S K Tirnmons, Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded, Harrington, Eugenia
Orator Vf M Williams clerk; U. Dunn, the enterprisinggrocer price 25 cents per box. For sale by Johnson, J D Morris, Rebecca
*r* of the Board of MUslons and baker, has one of the most, Ackerman & Stewart druggists. Me Duffy.Catherine Parker. Susan E WILSON & TOOMEE.:
T1 nouns. chairman, Putnam complete stocks of fancy and staplejgroceries Reaves Susan Roberts
J M. Frauer, secretary. BoetR. > in the dtr. Joe, while not a i i Proff Griffib has leased the St, Smith ,Annie (2) Strinccker, Benj Susie

R Stanton, treasurer, Pear- practical baker, has the bread-making I I George Hotel, and will at an early fay White, Henn'e Williams ,Sadie -----
E II Padgett and T. Hind. business down to a science, and turns open up this well known house. ,
out daily the roost delicious bread, I I Persons calling for the above letters
'n i'RNAN Oct. 15, 1t9&. rolls, cakes: etc. !I DIXIE IXTECSTATElrAIUMACOVjGA. will pltasesaj "ADVXRTmix" The Fertilizer House of Florida

t. f"1. Iu'ine Co. Paris. Teen.: I .,OCTOKEB 23D, TO NOV.. \V J'. ASDERSON: 1. M. .
8 Ship in u soon as possible Dress Making Establishment. For the above occasion the Georgia .
s "''t c a TItt'It'M Clilll T BIe. Mr 1 I Southern and Florida Railroad trill sell -- t !
Flora Paddock now be !
Miss may 1Jt Pe
1'" w lit GROVK'S Tasteless Calf: ril cAD
II: t 'I II I not have any other. In found in tbe Jennings Block, Lemon :: round trip excursion tickets from Pal AJJI, Keep in stock the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE: IOTJjR. E..9f FER r

prrm! .' ,.f over 30 \can in the drug street, opposite the General Market, I i atka to Macon, Ga., at 9.06 perC'llta. wrvtu JLXD SKIPPER OFOR..ANGES TILIZERS of any House in the State. | .t
good returning five days from date of
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sir n r 1, .\never sold any tiwxfictee with a more complete line of Art Goods, 5
.: "m It imiverwl satiftfactfen. roilet Article for tbe complexion, !I sale, except that limit shall be November SPECXALTJES:

\. r- !I(,ttuliT, a Dressmaking Supplies, etc. Stamping I I 9th. The only- line operating .- AXt '' '
J. 8.: BXOWSK & Co. done to order. Orders taken for the 'double I daily trains between Palatka I H. J. Baker & Bro's Complete Manures for
I Ion i', cnrnja. No cure no pay. aud Dr. wool's CoreeU. I'I'Delsarte I and Macon with siceiers on night I Ii I SOUTHERN FRUITS and VEGETABLES. I r .
] r Sale >>vAt ktTmaa & Stewart. General agent for the new Taylor Dress i, trains. Our trains arrive and depart I II <--- Orange Trees.and Vegetables. ;,; '1
Chart. A first-class d *s-maker in from PalMka Unien Depot as follows: I represent the moct reliable firm In the telf I "

Miller and family, after an connection. Article* taken and sold I Xo. 2 for :Macon, 3:2.)*.. m. I loving market: Detroit, Mich.;Toledo, Ohio: Potash, Fine Ground Tobacco St msi/>
'eral months In Sew York noommfeion. Je23-tf Xo. 4 for Macon, 535 p. m. Buffalo.N.T.;Dayton and Cincinnati,Ohio.

\1U er's parents, aie G Order* for J.-Jies' Switches and Xo. 1 from Macon, 10:30 p. m. I Dafl/market report retired daring the tea- Kentucky Tobacco Stems, Cotton Lee'd Meal it:
Hair in all forms will receive prompt Xo. from Macon, 9:00 a. m. any of vUchaUfMtrtiotwUl 1* faraUbcd cop. "
attention if left with Miss FLonA Further information cheerfnlljvand i ie*. Fro-pt resume on aU shipments, and liV Blood and Bone, Nitrate of Soda.. .) ;
a good Mattress !adraaee sade. Ac1 lresa '
promptly furnished and sleeping car era
PAl Doca. Any shade desired. 29-4 I Insecticide Material. \ ,.
A trom the mnaOper accommodations reserved In advance J. Tc McADAM, .

/ cent. Write The Orange Bloom,on Lemon street upon application to j'Tlmee-U.ra14 Balydlag. ralatka, M*. QUICK SHIPMENT. row. PRICES, WMTE FOB ANu-ym.. ,.N. %) cu, .
:M. J. If'
fine Mosc-nair Mat- II the neatest and most popular place in '
Ticket Agent Palatka @t. fge' Cream Baking Powder WlLSOX: 'tt 1"
i Jfc GKIKTXSOX, Matt 'alallra. Go there fir meals when in G. A.KACDOXJLLD, O. P. A., WwM*. Fair Mlffest Award. {, 9 -;... .'..
Ha. jab -tfs town. Macon, Ga. THE FERTILIZER HOUSK OF FLO1'p

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