The times-herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086614/00013
 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: January 17, 1896
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: UF00086614:00013
 Related Items
Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. heir pans. We only regret (that we Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U.S.Gov't ReportBzddng
have not more space to individualize
MARCUS LOEB & CO. each character.Tne .

comedians be
must not forgot
ten. The ludIcrous buffoonery of Uncle .
PEATED AGAIN ON TUESDAY Tom and the stupidity of Pat DVal

.,i NEXT BY SPECIAL REQUEST. O'Ref11YluppIied all the comedy that PowderABSOLUTELY ,
was necessary, and provoked peals of

laughter.C. _
and Hugh Gordon "the Private Still,"
ran' Bourn-HANDLED BY
played PaL
AMATEURS WITH PERFECT The costumes and general mountingof NOTICE. Election of Directors. /I
EASE.The the play were far above what wa At the annual meeting of the shareholders .
Veteran Post, No. 12, G. A. R will
\ $ even expected from the moet experienced of the Putnam National Bankof
light camp fire at their Dew beadquarters -
:ft company, which reflects much] Palatka, Tuesday, January 14tu the
(Crill Block), on Wedned y evening -
i "Siege of Vicsburg" was presented credit on Manager Thornton, whose following directors were elected: '
22d at 8
January p. m., to which
by local amatucr talent at the experienced stage management was Palatka Veteran Association is invited. A. E. Wilson, Geo. E. Welch! ,
shown all through the production. Asa I J. C. Vertrees Sr. Martin Gnfflo Sr. -
Opera J House Wednesday night, and A cordial Invitation is extended to al
: manager he is certainly to be heartily J. W.McGregor, Parker A. Smith.
I Comrades and Veterans both
received a hearty reception.NotWithstaI1din visiting
congratulated. He was unceasing in W. B Barnett, John H. Colvin.
"Yank and
the torrents of rain coaching the members of the caste, and Johnny. W. J. Harkesheimer.N .
that!, oured down daring: the entire in general work attending the production L. FALK, Mr. W. B. Barnett. president the

after oon and evening the house was of a play of this description and J. E. MARSHALL, National Bank of Jacksonville, being

wed filed-, There is no doubt but for magnitude. In addition to the dutiesof Committee elected to fill the vacancy on the board

the'vere'storm there would not have general director during the eveninghe caused by the death of Mr. Pace.

bed tanding room. A great many of clayed the parts of two different TEN DOLLARS FOR A NAME. At a meeting of the directors later

001. tizens who had purchased tickets characters. It is seldom an actor of I Mr. A. E. Wilson was elected presi

pi red to lose their dollars and the such renown is seen in our Southern The Georgia Southern and Florida I dent, Dr. Geo. E. Welch, vice-presi

p ire of the performance to the risk cities. Mr. Thornton is also managerof Railway[ In addition to their famous dent,and Parker A. Smith cashier.
,ming out on such a wretched the Madison Square Stock Company The following resolutions were
: Pullman Buffet "Quick Step"and
1 t Taking this into consideration, that will visit the South next March. "Dixie Flier"have Inaugurated the adopted in memory of Mr. Pace, the '

:1t her with the .xtraordinary merits Miss Alma Thornton and Mrs. R. F. Fastest Pullman line in the South between late. cashier: ,

he play, a committee'of citizens Adams will give new selections in the Macon and Tampa the route being WHEREAS. An All-Wise Providencehas
waited the committee of permitted the early death of our .
on management camp scene on Tuesday night.
Georgia Southern Florida to valued friend and faithful
OTZTFL with a request that the performance We expect to see every seat in the co-worker
Jasper and Plant system toTampaleav- GEORGE L. PACE therefore.
be Thornton house sold long before the doors are What
repeated. Manager
: ing daily at 11:28 p. m. arriving in Resolved, let, we accept sub-
Ir consented to remain in the city until opened.Tickets missively the will of Him in whose
sale' at E.Stewart's Tampa 2:30 m. next afternoon
now on Harry p. ; .
Tuesday January 21st. On that night hands are all our lives and to the
i drag store... returning, leave Tampa 10:15 a. m. 'guidance of whose wisdom we can '
the will be again and
play produced, -
: arriving in Macon at 4 a. m. As the safely commit all of our friends. '
"I take Cod Liver Olll"Th1s .
the first act or prologue, which had not > Resolved 2nd That as officers of the .
names ot its two Jacksonville Pullmancars ,
18 mistake. Aromatic Cod Liver
Disced rehearsal will be a Try Putnam National Bank of which '
beer on : our
FALL AND WINTERCLOTHING added to the performance.The Oil made by R. II. Bond & Co., Baltimore have become household words, n kind and genial brother was the faithful -

price of admission and the reserved Md. It has no taste of the oiL desires to christen its new route with a and vigilant Cashier, we bear unqualified
Delightful to take. Prescribed by name that will be as appropriate and testimony to his high character .
teats will be reduced to 50 25
physicians. Builds up broken down popular as its two sisters. Mr. G. A. as a man, his unsullied reputation
and 15 cents. This performance will Macdonald as an officer of trust, and his unswerving
systems cures Consumption and General Passenger AgentMacon ,
also be for the benefit of the Gem City devotion to the interests com
For sale Ackerman &
Bronchitis. by has therefore offered a prize often mitted to his care.
Guards. Stewart Palatka. dollars In gold for the most appropriate Resolved, 3d, That we extend to the
The play is an ambitious military stricken the assurance of
name, bearing in mind that the family our
spectacle, with a simple love story well FIP-ST.BAPTIST CHURCH. train passes the famous Suwanee river own personal sense of bereavement;
told. Some of the scenes are wonderfully Key.J. IL Johnstone, formerly pastor All Is and in this night//of/ peculiar trial we
by daylight that necessary is to
realistic, and in places create a of the First Baptist Church, will trust they may divinely comforted.Resolved .
send this clipping, giving name and 4tb/That,/ a copy of these
feeling of sensation. It was evidently occupy the pulpit Sundayjmorning and date of paper, together with the name resolutions be spread upon the recordsof
written by a man thoroughly familiar venlng. Themo-mornlnjt: at 11:00 and address of one or more persons this Bank, add that the Secretary
with the war, the soldier and the stage. o'clock: "The Value of a Sparrow be requested t / forward copies to the
who to visit Florida this
versus the Value of a Man." Even expect season, bereaved wife/and parents of our
Altogether, the play was interestingand lug, 7:30: "The Shipwreck of Life." to G. A. MACDONALD, lamented
BEGIN TO COME IN MEANWHILE WE WILL wonderfully well rendered, and f G. P.A.,G. S. &:; F. Ry, Cashier.J.. W. MCGKEOOK,

'',,' ...... .. gave better satisfaction than anything ; Gorton's Minstrels. Macon, Ga. MARTIN GIUTFIN,
that has visited us for a long time. The moat select, compact, refined J. C. VEBTRZES.: ..
Miss Edna Roble easily canted off minstrel organization in existence FOOT BALL.
Is Wonderf:
the honors of ,the evening, and the audience Gorton's Famous New Orleaes Min It's the popular fad just now, and has Hoop
SELL ALL LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTHINGAND accorded her a liberal applausefor trel -will appear in this city,at Fry's captivated the boys and girls, as wells No less thin wonderful are the cures

the beauty and grace with which Opera House, this (Friday) night, in the old folks. It awakens even more accomplish :by Hood's Sarsaparilla-

she invested the strong and patriotic strictly first-class performance of modern enthusIasm than did roller skating in even after tfther preparations and phy

character of Edith Harvey, the Southern minstrelsy, cparklin with musical its palmiest days. Only an athlete can sicians' prescriptions have failed. The

girl. Her native talents, beauty gems, under the immediate directonof hope to succeed at it and all the world reason, ho ever, is simple. When the
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS blood is eiriched and purified disease
and grace of person and conscientious the composer, Prof. Joseph Gorton. admires brawn and muscle. There's an ,
work, with a little more study under The company is a large one. all white excitement about foot ball that becomes disappear* and good health returns,
artists of established reputation as refined and IIoo 'I Sarsaparilla is the one true
such an able teacher as Manager contageous, and an element of .
burnt-cork exponents, and ha blood
Thornton, would place her among the jest returned from a prolonged and danger in it that gives It a peculiar punier.

first stars of the drama, if she should uccessful tour of the West Indies. zest that few games possess. It is not Hoons PILLS are proinot and efficient

AT COSTWE decide to adopt the stage as a profes hiring the fast two srason two exten- always, however, the strongest and arid/ do net purge, pain or gripe.
ion. To say that the audience was srve tours 0 Pacific Coast, British most muscular that win the day. We've 23 .
Columbia, Puget S>und, Manitoba and ______
delighted with Miss Robie's impersona- the entire Northwest have been made.GOODFOREVERYBODY. seen the "big fellows" lose, time and Gor/outs Minstrels travel in Cotton's

'"..... tion but partly expresses the pleasureof again before a team of less proportions. mag-n/cent new private parlor car,
her auditors. Like the of old the
gladiator or prizefighter 'Thef Crescent City:' built especially
Alice, the pet of the regiment, was of modern days, the foot ballplayer exceeding
for XT. Gorton at an expense -
AREA! NOW RECEIVING1A]! FULL L'NE played Mrs. R. F. Adams, and very must attend to his body prop- 20,000.

pretty she looked In her regimental ON SR erly. lie trust have muscle-making .
costume, moving freely yet with dIg- food, and like the race hone he must pt. M. E. Carter,of Como was in

nity among the rough soldiers and the not over-feed. To keep the body in the hof city this week, looking after his ,--

horrors of a battlefield.Mrs. best> possible condition for such violent rey 1 estate intersts.I .

OF Williams, the Southern widow, exercise there is looking so useful as I WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS.oprietors .

LADIES'I was splendidly acted by Miss Maggie Dr. Miles' Restorative Tonic. It gives .. P. P. P.:

I Anderson, and with little more practice TO wonderful endurance. One does notre It becomes my duty to add my testimonial
she would make a fine actress. during the game, and he is always to the wonderful curative properties

Miss Alma Thornton pleased the au ready for the next one. There are two ; of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
dience with her well rendered selection other of the Dr. Miles' Restorative
loot and Potassium Some
I I ) years ago
OXFORD TIES and SLIPPERS. the r arge on Fort Staadmanby Remedies each player should keep in, I bruised my ankle on my saddle stir

the galla I! Charleston men; and, together and everyone needs it at all times of the I stock. One is the. Dr. Miles' Nerve rap; from a little scratch the place began -

with Mrs. Adams introduced year. Malaria is always about and the Plaster[ and the other the Nerve and to enlarge until it was as large as

some very original phases in referenceto only preventive and relief is to keep the I Liver Pills Equipped with these articles !!- 'the palm of my hand, discharging pus,

the Monroe Doctrine,the Lord Dun- Liveractlve. You must help the Liver a bit I he is fully prepared for ordinary loosing part of the bone. I called to

raven Farce, and a good word for Cuban and the best helper is the OU Friend, SIMMONS I emergencies. / lee physicians, and they pronounced it

I IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. independence. She is a wee little LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.eMr. as a fever sore, and incurable. ill became

thing, but oh, my! she was quite at C. Himrod, of LancasterOhio, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder so painful and swollen so badly
says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR World's Fair lo...
home. Highest Me4alaa4 DI
that I tried for relief until I
bandage secured -
broke Malarial Fever of three
sustainedthe a case
Lieutenant J. Stuart Lewis Mr. A. L Davis of Lochloosa's
one I a rubber supporter; after securing
years' standing for me, and less than
character of General Grant admirably one bottle did the business. I shall use popuiar citizens, visited Palatka ,Mon !the rubber supporter for temporary relief -

and was quite an artist on the It when In need, and recommend It." day and made us a pleasant call ( I began to use internal remedies,

II'&$te. Be sure that you get It. Always look for I trying several different kinds withoutany
Mr. W. a Bnrdette and Mr. G. Hen- the RED Z on the package. And don'tforget apparent relief. I resolved to try

geveld as Generals Pemberton and the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS OrangeGrovesAnd I P. P. P.,which I did. After using one

Childs, showed a careful and conscientious LIVER REGULATOR, and there is !bottle! the result was such I continued "

study of their characters, and only one, and every one who takes it Is until the sixth bottle was used, when

acted them well sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS Other Property my rubber supporter was not further

Sergeant W. P. House, as Harry ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for I required, as the sore was completely

Wheelock, the hero of the play, captured Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are in South Florida healed and swelling entirely gone. I

the audience; the spirit and nat- caused by a sluggish Liver.J. therefore take pleasure in saying to.the .
uralness of his acting were marked. H.ZeWn Jfc Co. Philadelphia.
FOR SALE public generally that it is my beef
Sergeant H. "W. Eowler as Captain FOR SALE.One from actual experience that these
Hall, the villain of the play, impersonated The only Hotel BuiWinein the town of P. P. P., if properly persisted

the Southern solaier,sand his ESSEX BOAR, pure breed, 18 of Bowling Green, DeSoto County in, will cure any case of Impure bloodor

acting Wednesday night confirmed the months old. Address Fla.,containing sixteen rooms; also a blood poisoning. Respectfully,

statement previously made-that he is good two-story store but/hug/ renting PEOF. B. F. HICKET: Postmaster
one of the best amateurs in the State. E. BURNER, now for $6 per month, Jon same two Wichita Falls.Texas. 4"

Lieutenant J. E. Burtz as Private ja1S Welaka, Fla. lots with HoteL I, the undersigned, knew Professor-
William,looked very happy, and well The entire property ill be sold for Hickey at the time he commenced to.
he should b e to have such a charming FOR SALE.CHEAP X1250; cash. take P. P. P. for his sore leg and I did

young lady plead for his life to the A number of othe lots, improved not think a cure possible. I noticed Hi ,,
progress from the start and
tern, remorseless FOR CASH. A LARGE and at low most lay
general. unimproved figures. the remarkable cure 1-. r. P. brow ht
Captain H. M. Montmollin, David Also several Onm e Groves. No about was something marvelous.
MARCUS LOEB & CO. lamsaur. Sergeant H. E. Stewart, GRAY HORSE, bearing trees were k.ed down in this B. TATMAX Uruzzist.

Thomas H. Livingston and CorporalW. Eight yean old. .t vicinity and half rop of fruit expected I Wichita Fans, Texas.T .

T. Longman, all deserve credit for W. A. WHALEN. the coming season. i x Assessor WIlliamS,of Fruitland I

the manner in which they rendered ja3-2 IsreeLelseli,Fie, Address C.JONES & CO., I was in the city Tuesday.'I t.

r '.:! >a3-2ei Bfflmg Green, Fla. I

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A Gainesville hunting party went

into Lafayette county a few days ago
and killed eleven deer i P. JE'CKS

\. ) I The possibilities of Florida are great. ,

There is a Cracker in Key West who

weighs 3SO pounds, whoso chief diet is MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF

,razor back and trrits. ,

The parishioners of SL Louis Catholic WAGONSAnd
Sc. Church of Tampa lave just com-

pleted a stone wall around their ceme-

./((J" 0'77v tery on Harrison street at a cost of Other Vehicles.


DYSPEPSIA"CATARRH A strike seems to alwaysbe in order
with the Tampa cigarmakers. One

hunnred of them in Ellinger & Co.'*
factory quit work Tuesday because four

men were discharged.

t7We baTe exnerienced Workmen in all our Departments, a Stock of the
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. VERY BEST MATERIAL, ana we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION both in price

t if MALARIAThis The Best Salve in the world for Cuts and style of work.LADIES'. 21-1

Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,

Fever bOres Tetter, Chapped Hands,

great remedy is indorsed by KIDNEY- y Chilblains, Corns, and all Sic, Erup- LEGGINS'FOR i!
ions,and positively cures' :*, or no ;
them ,
y physicians and prescribed by pay required. It is guaranteed!to give BICYCLE RIDING: ANDus OTHER
Perfect satisfaction ended I
all over the world. ,money r
I TROUBLES price 25 cents per box. For tale by Every lady should po*e..a pair> cf LEGGINS. It cot for Bicycle riding, rhea for
Positively guaranteed to cure the most Ackerman &; Stewart druszista.1PALATKA Winter wear. They will always com la handy.JJyiBut .

stubborn cases. The formula is published : I

bottle. As a tonic iUs r.< t
plainly on every PIMPLES
: I II

Superior BLOTCHES \

on the direct line

TO ALL & OLD SORES of travel between
I when baying LEOQINS be sure you are getting WILEYS. Till your dealer
you will take no other but WILEY'S. Highest award received at World's Columbian

Sarsaparillas New York 'Exhibition. If your dealer is not enterprising enough to keep OURS, send to us for
__ catalogue of styles and pnces. or send$1.00 for sample pair of canvas legging,and they
BLOOD will be sent to you by mail,postage paid. Mention siie of shoe worn.

For Female Complaints and It -AND- / H. WILEY & SON, 57. .TRUMBULL HARTFORD STREET, CONN.'

building up run-down systems i? POISONINGRHEUMATISM'I I HavanaJacksonville

it acts like Tiagic. Try

a bottle and be convinced. FAMOUS SHORT TURN WAGON

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M Wat rheumatic sufferer> for 18 month*. DerlTol no benefit
from physicians,treatment at Mineral ells,Tex, or Hot tsprioR, !
Ark. Mr doctor declared my condition hopeless,but M a Ian resort Tampa and
adrtaed P.P.P.,Lppman'a Cret-t Rerun iy. Through its use 1 amtoday 1
well man. W. F TIMMINS.
of Tlmmlns&nine*.Leading Grocer axa&Achie Tex. 4 k / .
Indorsed by B. W. y Ama,Druggist. / l t Key West

"P.P.P- Llppm B's Great Itemedy,cured me of difficult'uthlna *
and palpitation} of the heart Had not slept on either bide for .

two yeah; DOW sleep wnndly tag)i. RAM SAY.De Leon,TrL lb: WONDERFUL Railway.A 4etlw
"fiworato and subscribed before me," :,o. ..1.3.
J.AI. LAJUlUT,Notary Public.
"Suffered fort years' with a disagreeable eruption on my face.
various remedlfailed tol'f'mo.i- Three banes of P.F.f.,Uppman' GRADE PLEASURE VEHICLES

i >s Ureat iiemady,completely CAPT. curedJOh"NSON,savannah Ga. REMEDY. l J J and .., o. Short turn and end spring Vehicles a fpcclalty.



\I SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, SEND FOR Through t RICII3OND.JOM' ..I. :Jfdawfaet"rera IYDL .N4t..




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FEDERAL POINT. unanimous endorsement by both' THE IMPROVED for

CorrMptMtdnw Tlmea-lUraM.FBDFBAL oace.houses) and acknowledge the error at i I AM R RI SA AN ROUND R W A SR HER R Tickets -" REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTSIN

via tho J T. & I K W.
J. F. will also state that be h no newcomer -- -
POINT Jin. 10.
; that he has nothing but the Ii
We bT delayed writing tor your best interests of the people of thia State Write the General Passenger Albama Georgia, South Carolina,
beerate oar effort un that
hoe paper were CMsiog poor tbe- good \editors at heart. We like this little news I maw Agent for Information. Florida, Cuba and Nora Scotia. '

paper, and its editors are so firmly established -
much aaaoYftfice and trouble, tnd we
in our friendship that no Perfect Passenger Service I IV
only reeane Mr pen with the ilttinct 0 W B. Coffin G.D. Ackerly
ordinary action wDl mar it. They are ,
understanding that J. F. shall bl held
every way worthy men, ttriring with
alone teeponaible for what he0 -ite, writ .'ra Garf Superiat. '-.. dotl PtowiiK Ape
I might and main, :: *
working long hours
lu the editor of this paper have i\>tin .-I' ,rr
I covered with ink clear to the tips of JACKSONVILLE.TheWigwam Ti L
the put nor will they HI the ; '
I their noses with more than a selfish 4' 5'
endorse aavthins: that J. F. writes nly
ardor to build llMbr and aid
up paper
when he discsnne* the female sex And Restaurant
the in rvhich live.
community they
the Venezuela question, matter \of
They are as good democrats
I ever
finance religion, the sash and dtvr
factory, railroads, the tariff, Senat r I wielded a stick or pushed a pen, are IS IMPORTANTThat FOR LADIES AND) GENTLEMEN,
.j I good and true citizens in every respectand every purchaser of a WMhiag Machine
Darby, Wilk Call, tate and count KbooM note carefully many poteU of .pIe-
should be encouraged.This riority these 1I'uMn have over otlwn tnaUarj! European and American Plans
politic, are all \subjects! that will ex designed S
has been
moving right
press J. F.'B opinions alone, and if th WHY USE THIS rtACHINE? .
Formerly Managed by Mr* L. He6rlekonha
along all winter. The cold weathers .,. .
readers don't u&e what we write they fr IT+rt.Worn Ear: b Tinc Good aM mug bees. re opened uncfer batm New MAJMCnaent. *-
done u. no harm the ....
especial ; IT Wi CLKAK.ha.tnlt lam mbMar.arf.n***r
can skip over his contributions These i ntlf eimuaf.rw and bottom,with *o ed..m _-
[lowest the thermometer have indicated vets Into. wbJch mull g&nMDU c*.drift and neap.r.bbtng. Oysters, Chops Steaks to Order
editon-riU have nothing to do about
i I IB 32 decree above zero. IT Canroywut oa 'fa"a TUB Cufmt OB Fcuorv Betnlar Meals 25 ants' Meal Tickets can be
it.and are to be held in no way respon _JlCTI't. wa, M th. mtlro liuld nrte, ot tho tab tavirBnnu bad for the asking. root St..opp.futnaa.teSOtt .
\ Service in the Episcopal Church has mlr eervun t.aIT 1
sible. Although this paper is of local ) LCM WITKB thaa matt w.ABO J. T. PADiFOATI.sager.
been resumed, the I\pv. Loop of Maryland er. M.lne WM( room la corvrn and ondi to bo
circulation, it has a large subscription The 511.4jib In OauT rater.C ronr.bolding from oBo-fooith to ooo- 3 GtllEATEAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY TUE
lit outside the county and State; its officiating. Landsbcr- third La.gae.Iaro.n.r mor*thaa ak.erearbia.a,K bung Urhtvnxl..a wrnnh tub. 'I. PLANT SYSTE3I.
ge; has paid: the place a firm;.visit. and raqnirUnraonlklnir,which to UM 'remedy for NOW IS TIlE TIME x
reader are of all shade of color nationality k+kag.ln tbs big.= begot don.,
>fro Piiest and family from Rock. tb.buuf.realtwnb.A.ad THE FINEST: FISRIXG and BOATING IN TUB WORLD
and opinions., and in giving Do SLOP?,..or Wins. OB E:ec"'PIH' of.e......K h...
botfpm, Mass., is spending the winter ova a & eonr enabin th>lad)'to d.bw wMhio* .
ppM.4 TOUR
for J F.'s writings the editors a. floor and prolert*her from th* ( amlntc Line
space herd Mr. D. Wheeler and wife, from .Md .bw wnl l do so, acting like a good cook, who .cut 1quick..de..1e.o.n, r of*oUd nnnent*.
tbevaumm ToEXIfT
Connecticut, are here. Charles Wei- *r !U>SE.K MuuUn w- BUD WOOD
waste nothing, but chops up all the "'WILL LAST when A Y.frBITT .aa belnr ordlaary fMd ton, from Chicago, is here, and his y.aowpe.,t'twv.ttiT.P..d, .sad &.be tnddwoo4
odds and end of all sorts of meat potatoes work to awd of tho boot wbito oak. TREES anil ROSES. West tnd Havana.
family.is expected out in a few days. Bond for Catalogue and prleoa.Manufaeturtd. Port Tampa, Key
onions with pepper and salt, ,
W. A. Evans is from
Jacksonville only by
ami call it hash." A most excellent up BLUFFTON We can furnish 75,000 EYE BUDS One Elegant Ship Every Week between
looking after his place here. MFC. CO.
for dormant and next Snnng's Bud-
d.r-h: a* all kuow. "Vanety is the
vpn" Miss (I. C. Billiard has moved into BLUFFTON. i dinz. Orders booked now 'or deMv- POPT TAMPA and MOBILE.
of life and for a to
pice ,
Mrs. S. 0. Folsom's house. ery to October and Nbvemter. First-
tarn along with only one sentiment The people here class buds and true to name. Standard LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.
are now planting
printing ool?one side of the subjects Irish potatoes, but the price will probably varieties Jaffa follows: Blood B. W. WRENN. Passenger Manager, Savannah, Ga.
that: internet the public mind is some- Wo'rKS I Majorica ,
tlnuif like the stereotyped of be ery low unless the free coinage City Dye Ilart's Late, Parson Brown, _u_ ---

prayers of filter l bill becomes a law. (I Tangerine, Ilomosassa, I Jf* t Irhotd.T.slt.b .../ Bnm*
the Episcopal 1 Church or the fellow
iledltteranean Sweets
I wonder how many democratic senators ENNYROYAL PILLS
who was UK lazy to repeat them i" he Grape Fruit and Satsuma (budded
I will d-.r. to put themselves on record IS THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR i O'tatw l..4 {..eel.
Trifoliatta :-l"
) : .
It i"n.t of a gift nht.; and "o wrote nut on 4..e. Mk
by voUfur ftiV the measure) I Buds well packed and sent to any I II ra. D..1,..M rt..a..e... 1.76.: ,.:: .
amt pinned i i' i 1'1 ih' foot of Clothes Cleaned e"-r. "f Nod+M
t"l' pars : ... ... t' ,
'. The 'paoiiih+ treop&ia Cuba after i i I part of the Slate post-paid for.,60 centsper I _"._ :.....u...n..a....nrtwn-..._Tak.w..o _.
I L. : and wh h attired lie "' : 0
t: ?;i w 1' 100, $:;.00 1000. ... .,
:11' the iMorfeiralit' the oW fallow per 4. ,1k. pos..r.e.d 4.
;, r i., the u." ).. .11' : devoutly cba a dog I Dy Hl anil Repaired, i iAl' I 10.000 Budded Orange Trees 2, 3 and I -sister.r.r<" :." s..'...-..t....cI1eI... y m.d.&DJC' ,.
that the fox. The
old fellow
was tej 4 feet budded on Sour and Tn- | Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained and all PatJenlt lieu. 1.f.u.wiw.IM r
\ ,Itln! Jilt II '. U f.'trt, and ..ctedt i.w tVbe...a1 C..]t. .
met a aaanwfeo had tM the dog foliate block from 1 to 1! incces at the i ijrroand. >une coc UOOCHATC FttS. tOu sew Lit 110_ ri
o' ::1"; i j': to Met I i F.' 'Ill the ,01.52Im j jI' I work goaranteed. Special attention OmeEi>Orro rrU.8. P TtirrOmeradvecaaMcnra <
tijeVrtni '
and f. x on and inquired how I Bods inserted in the stamp at MteuialaatdM thaa Muc',
: or the! 1. Fo has given to Serfs and Ties. I remote from\tashinKtoa ,>
fa- lhoiatht the srrAund (not in the rrotel, and
ge\teff can
a1O. '
thev were TIle reply SaId medtl, tirit..ivg or photo., with de np-
".a .1. J 1 lI.' (10", .iI", Cu.ure W. S. atUSTIN, Prop. I be protected from the freeze by banking two.fce advice, if pet uabia or ace tree W''!
wn: "It was a out trip And tack III f Leave
; in the fall. caarjcs. Oar fee I pataat is I< no22Lemon .
tt 'ua. tlf iii' m41. ?.t.I! i i't'ople; who j St., Palatka Fia.FEMALE HOWto'l Patent,"wrtlCMC
; ; dot Itttle'ahead." A P MPwirr.
AT1ytbof, toe was a i'ech, Peal, Plum Persimmon Lo- I Doubtful Seeds alone. The bftt
n.", :'1", ". ,'r, tlo a.. ,; "II'\" wl; I i same n the U. S.and tarttf cooatnct
\l e read uf treWndovs battles, with qua'and Fig trees. Late 5-jear-okl lent free. Addre.y are: *aay to get, an'I cost DOmore.
kim, ft jug: he. h' silted al' J "X'WLy I Dr-t,. J.- .. .g White Nlajjara Grape "iDel. Ask your dealer for
three men killed 4n one side and five C.A.SNOW&CO
,, to bhn J. F. wia 1(0 IJO off PILLS. Strawberry plants $2 per l,(JU). FERRY'SSEEDS
wounded with tlr maargents put to I Off. PATCMT Orrtct.WASMIIMTOII.D.C.
from \.11 sf't'err ('riHu"m". and ROSES.
e ,
an ignominious flight' War is a terrible Dlee5vfL! 1tr 1ial.
+ htxoax .Iwiot..d that be is inc ", rrw.rul..oe_sod rw.'_i:1t a.r= Fifty varieties of roes budded and
tie a ill d .s Lord Caii.twry hast :flaujity, ecpecvilly when thin or i.akiy-s tbv...OYer.."....'.....'.. I on their own roots. The famous Mar. AlwaY" tho .... Known
four men are hurt IB a great battle. E11 $..... a-uau...rt.a .1 I chat Neil a specialty. Our Roses have Houses of all kindsto 8.el7wbere. Ferry'. need
-o'Ui Ioco'r !th t! r there is an 1m..ill ..
bow. triM
J"9$ .1a.
A.I for
tq you
J. F. ::: I.ne meiAl I been tested and to be welt
ww 4 proven
.. .... Rent for wpat, how amid when to plash.
.. \\,11U1 ::11-.1- lit' was not informed lar "ffU".1. .1: ., t adapted to this State. or sale. sent Frs..' (Mt 1L Addresa ,

1 ( :" nLl'y: Prestdent CleS'eme&fi" Ocala has eighty- e telephones in IOJI.CUca.Uk lye Send for catalogue. For particulars, Thos. H. Keating D.IL FERRY a co..

t c to Congress aDd its operation. .I Sold by ACKEBMAX & STEWART I address HASTINGS & WYLlE DetittB .
S 1 ao2-3m Interlachen.Fla. Lemon Street.



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Correspondence TimeHerald.f I It Put a Man ; DI- MtWhOD He X* :I few There days was ago a and moving it; was in watched the Bowery with a JACKS}XVILLE, F&A., Nov. 30.

1 Held Cp a Bobber.I >> aotJt4I I The SonrnEKX RAILWAY has put
The communItY was maddened week T interest by a score or so passersby.A ope.aon;
I Taylor Carroll I* engaged In devising ul' stout Italian bootblack was transfer- into the most elaborate and
dralh ,
the of Miss Carrie Pack
ago a formidable system of defense! far lone ring his stand to come other part of the complete Schedule of Sloping Car

ard, daughter of Mr '. *"% Packard pedestrian when they wander in dan :Q Syrdp town. Just before the moving began the Lanes ever operated between Florida

She! : came Lc!e i U\1* "h ago affli:. gerous places where police protection is I LI proprietor and his weazened little w' and the l*orth. Both the East and the

with an incurable malady hoping our : ineffective and the risk of being "heldhp" stood beside the stand. The little wife I
West included in the Be.
mild climate might be beneficial. An is ever praient Hi plan is to conVert The People's FHend. In use for fifty yeats. then put a dirty little pillow on hat ,lire
the rw* Kaman body into a minia I head and stooped a trifle. The husband i, sides the two lines running daily be-

improvement took place when a relapse I ture revolving; turret, armed at four Cures Cough, Cold, Croup, Whooping Cough, thereupon picked up the stand with difficulty t tvpeen Jacksonville and New York via

occurred and she passed peacefully I points and capible of dealing death in Grippe, Bronchitis, Asthma and Lung Affections.DR. and balanced it on the little wom I Ian' F. C. &; P., Southern Railway, and

awaj. She was well known here and fruit rear or flank simultaneously or BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywherefor bead. Then he took the two chairs \ Pennsylvania Railway, the famous

most popular. The funaral took placeat tt wodiig fair successive dischargesIn and placed them on the stand in nick
only cents. Refuse cheap substitutes. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LOHTED
the Episcopal Church, Bishop Weed the sane dtration.:' 25 fashion i to secure them from falling.

officiating in the beautiful and impressive Mr. Carroll' design is still in its rudimentary Chew LANCE'S m S.TheGr tTsec.fcrtfcMMOe.Dealmwwsfl. .CJs>w d Ce,8alt JM. The li't'8 wife having ktraigateced has been re-established. This is a

stage,with numberless minor up under her burden and made sure of : solid vestibuled train of baggage, mail,

ceremony. The funeral was very details to be elaborated, but his central its equilibrium, started down the Bow.i expres.and day coaches and drawingroom

largely attended, and she was quietly idea ia well developed. He says he has cry, and the stout husband followed at I sleeping cars. It runs through

laid away in our beautiful Oakwuod not yet prepared diagrams or expJri- ease puffing a cigarette,while the ipoo-
without Jacksonville
tilt kMl{wwt.' tMM M,n. Cemetery. Two loving brothers are mental apparatus bet has merely out- n ....d ..... wca M tr..b..... ,,law tators looked on amazed to discover the ;
in New York, being finable to &get here( lined it mentally. 1 ,p o l toch,iLOO usefulness of a wife as a beast of bar-j II at 7 p. m. daily by the F. C. A P. Ba*
small battery | road and reaching Cincinnati the next
in time for the funeral. They, with "I would have a storage den.-New York Sun. ,
worn In a belt," he said "with day at 7.45 p. m. This train has alsop
their father bave the most sincere tw.psasN w ,
email wires running from it ,,
copper up a draw ..ad.ww..rww sleeping car from Jacksonville to St.
sympathy the people of Welaka and through the sleeves and connected' with
Louis via Atlanta, Blimicgbara ntd
1I71b rworts i
surrounding country. I each hand on the great or middle finger ooyou ( o,.
the most direct
The tobacco meeting called for on with a copper ring the thumb can reachin "-tl GqR Springs, rout

the llth insL was very well attended, the palm of the hand. When the Sitsatlaal C .r 'iy The SOUTHERN RAILWAY

thumb touched the ring an electrical Oirdry put on Sleeping Car lint bet;eels
and it was decided to hold another
current would discharge four batteries { pw s..., haw tor S8.OO. kdporr.wttw Tampa and Kansas City, and between
meeting here on Saturday next, the !t
loaded with ball behind and in front. Jacksonville and Cincinnati in-con

18th. It is hoped the matter wiil be This discharge could take place when /> HARRY E. STEWART Druggist, nection with the Plant System via

well discussed and enough take hold to the hands were being held under the
< PALATKA FLOltIDA.t' .. .. ... .... Je The Cincinnati train with
of armed robber. rr '.1-.fer It r m.* ( up. a
make the experiment. It is threat; an !
necessary "The ring should be placed beyond S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY through sleeper, leaves Jacksonville
money and none should stand back and trardd M.,,J by World igp.& oe
the reach of the thumb except in cases For Mjflrnt of HMk-h. B>lBW atsMl Ces> r.IRa daily at 11:30 p. m., and reaches Atlanta .
look on. All can try a small patch, if .lM... Ed._lla. .... Celts to comsM
of emergency BO the thumb will never BBUOM C'anrw" at.uS Nod, InclnAtac tmltiuB. book at 11:45 a. m. the next day, a&d
not a field. A number will plant one discharge the battery accidentally. and board. Pho.orrspby.Typewrltlef .ad
Geerge Hetel Tl *r phr t ii,ht. HKont inccnvfnl rsdatslo Cincinnati at 750 a. m. the second day
or two acres each. Mr. Carroll not a practical electrician -H in bank suit 100. omclw. M* Vanttl..
ENTER NOW. Ksatuek Calv.rsitr Iaploma The Kansas City car leaves Tampa at
Welaka: H getting be a rough place or mechanic, being an actor by awtrded oar rndaatM.JS r .. gw.s ..r
He has not figured the eta I rr'!"."''''a..e.rirw.M..Ho... 8 a. m. (Jacksonville 6:20:: p. m.), and
at times. Many workmen congregateon profession. up >.*Lords tit wnv Itttm tatfy FMC&t&fi Cb Apt
weight of the storage battery to be car CENTRAL ORANGE STREET. sew(*M nnHe iiJ*Mr.w ai Mow arrives in Kansas City at -V20';: D. m.
Saturday night,more especially WILBUR LEXiNOTON.' KY.
pay R. SMITH.
ried on the belt nor is he adverse to 1 the second day, going via Atlanta. Birmingham -
day, and are very noisy and boisterous. considering the advisability of substituting r Under Entire Now Management. -- - and Memphis.This .

A small riot took place two weeks ago, a dry primary cell NOTIGE. service gives the Southern Bail-
the mayor having to call for assistance In his zeal for the application of scientific r .i\.S. PI110p'111.TllOnOUGITLY way four daily trains between: Jacksonville
The City Tax Book for 1&95 is now and Atlanta.
in making a number of arrests. The methods to the protection of the RENOVATED, CI A.NED and RE-FURNISHED in and all Taxpayers are noti&e-a
open, Full information regardin rates and
has ::
citizen the inventor apparently
parties misted arrest, even to blows, every department, making the accommodations first-class, and cuisine unex that a diceoant of live per cent. win bd schedules be had by addressing<
the tactical may
out of sight everything
but they were foiled! and well fined ceptionable. Electric lights, excellent sewerage and pure water. Having been allowed on all taxes paid before FEB W. D. ALLEN
advantage cf the lonely pedestrian attacked identified with the hotel business for the management feels MT ,
yean, present sure RUARY 1 1896.
next day. This must be killed in the Florida Passenger A tlnt.
in front by the bold marauder or "
of pleasing his patrons. | "Ratcs $1.50 and $2.00 per day.scHJrutE. BEXJ. E. MORGAN.
bud. We Have an efficient marshal clasped from behind by the lurking gar df6- City Tax Collector.

and a mayor who will see to it that the roter. Thus he has not yet figured out To Our Headers.

dignity of Welata is kept up, and how a slim young mhn is to avoid assuming : : : A really good Alman b cot oily a
Fabtafflan dimensions when he
stringent means must be used. If we braces storage batteries and arsenals Rust Proof Seed Oats. household pleasure, but a necessity,

were not an incorporation it would not around his waist. -OF THE- because the Information it gins can

be safe for one to go around town Nor does he forecast the possibly trag Fifteen hundred bushels of Leon be largely relied upon to govern near

when uch lawlessness is carried on, foal consequences that might some day Beach & Miller Line. County(Florida) raised Burt or Niuety- ly all our vocations. The BROWS's

day RUST POOF OATS for sale. IRON BITTERS Almanac for 1666
and if for no other reason our corpora- result from the clasp of a loving hand is a

tion should be kept up and all ordinances I upon the thumb and palm that carried 'Price 85 in cents good per new bushel sacks(32 delivered pounds at), Qrst-elass family hook, and besides the
put up
strictly enforced. Citizens will the describes potential, making copper inadvertent appurtenances electrical Steamer Crescent.From the depot in Tallahassee. Prompt ShIP- Almanac features contains a memo-
randum sheet for each month
in the
aid in keeping order whenever calledon. ment made and satisfaction guaran 7
contact and producing a catastrophe Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sundays, Tues Jays and Thursdays. teed. Cash must accompany all orders. year; comprehensive suggestions as to
We able to the ithe'first
are now keep peace when only endearment was intended.-
Tribune. From Crescent City at 7:30 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday Call on or address. II. T. FELKEL, aid for persons who are Injured -.
and intend to remain so. Chicago
oct2.>-2m Tallahassee Fla. '
( by.{accidents; weather predictions -
Mr. Charles Sheffield of Florence, Excursion from Crescent Palatka and
City to return -
for each day of the year a forecast
Mass., lab arrived at the Gates House, Biro eallRestaur Ii I.
Every Friday. BENJ. P. CALHOUN of Importan events; up to date

there being DOW.twelve at that pretty r' Steamer STAR.From Base' Ball Rules the interpretation of

and roomy place. AU seem delightedwith dreams and numerous other interest

the situation Mr. Gates is of a FURNISHED ROOMS, Palatka daily at 2:30 p. m., fot Drayton Island and waylandings. AITORNEIAT A LAW ing articles. A/few/ of these Almanacs
At SBc: Me.and $1.00. ,
very entertaining disposition. Having R. J. ADAMS. Agent have been *eirt to GOT. F. Peek, of

had nice bell drives and walks on the Oysters, Chops and Steaks ra Wharf foot of Lemon Street. KF-OmcK.; CRILL BLOCK,Oft Po fe23mtfWEAR Palatka, Fla,/ for distribution, and

grounds, which are tastefully arranged 'riiatka.Florida. err adult reader of THR TIMKS-
Regular Meals 25 cents. Call for what Ion want
and add much to the place HERALD can get a copy free by Applying -
'DINNER carried to any part of the city at once. /Should Mr. Peek be out
one does not bave to sand it for exercise W. A. MEN MADE VIGOROUS
Livingston'sIS Almanacs
CILAS.KUPPERBUSCIi, of the yon can get one by
there. sending' a two cent postage stamp to

More pork has been slaughtered than se20-tf Proprietor. BROWN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, .

can be disposed of, and is being packed FALATKA MABKTETS. HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN Maryland. j

dewn, one party killing two a week ago /

dressing 200 and 150 pounds. This is Groceries-Wholesale. FURNITURE AND KE-FURNIllfi; GOODSHandsome IpDiY. !'"JAY, tt'-CAY. t1"JAI/ +

meat that is meat. Corrected Weekly and Kirkland by Oar streets.Bros.,Corner Kirby What PEri zli'S IIEIIWPDS Dii! DUKE

Mr. Ernest Hurner has just returned Sugar,Standard Fine Granulated.... 41,* Oak Chamber Suits cheaper than has ever been scld n Palalk Ot&en Ik seta fslL txjwerfally 7 i* hen and retain qutrklr.toot Cares taaobood-vbea OW.11 ''
Extra 1C"Sugar at................... 4 men recot- AM t.triv Omar.asteed .
from several months' abence to Dry Salted HnetOB Belli*............ 54 Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lowest t. Cure err. ro..ne... Xx>. Vltalllr. ( CIGARETTES
Dry -tailed Western Itellies. W, *' ,
Kingston, Jamaica, and received a Dry Salted Western Hacks::::::::::: *\ prices. uCer'aez,.F.H'.e AjTrmv'v.'iVMtla1!!!* '

double welcome from his wife and a Lard,compressed in tierces......... t y In fact, yon will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any .ate, sad.. tyaA a r t"tt odtnetmtr.ntl ft MiIIM or t txctitet)m.umptloc.esde.dteerrtN. i iDon't
fiO-lb tins...... 6% lei hhw.e r xsUKE
24-hours' old daughter. We congratulate Sugar Cured n.m ... ........... ...10** and all times. you b.rse'drujrent t"let.! 'a.pr.+vwjrttu-aesuh.titute terry ".: in utonbar-on |
Plcnicilaml..7*y Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed. lug PEGFEll' A F.U I-3C.1. or send lor I*.
him on his safe return looking so bh,olden .............. 7 Can be earned la vert pocict. lisp_J plulu wrap- >
Corned Beef, Is........ ..............fl.10 per. HI, per box,or O for MS, wi'ti .1 P.ltlT
well and to find himself in the midst 21 ............... ... tJOO Corner Lemon and Third Streets Writ .a Jnarnatr>.to Car 0>rvirl4e.*r tl aTni,.d tao
Roast Beef. II....... ................. 1.10 Mnry.r&rh IL Pamptolt-trre4 a.EL1t.1 8oMbTf Absi'A. ualcajo l.ktrrs, HI.
of a family, and we also suspect that .. 2............ ............. !J0 ; DUPtihAMIGAJ3
there are a very proud set of grand Floor, Fancy Western First Patents 4.00 to 4.50 - ------- Sold by ACKERMAN & STEWART I
Fleer Second Patents do do.. *JVt
parents near by, and why not Ernest Rice,Carolina Good................... '34j'to 4Batter
t Negotiations are now pending: on the t
thinks Jamaica the finest country to be ;Faa7 EmteruCreamery..... 22 to 26CbeeseFancyFu11O7eamN.LBt..20 part of the J. T. & K. W. Railway, sa-s LING WAH. E. WINDISCH
: to 12Hrrup ,
found; fine in climate, very produc ..ntdaper gal .. .... 30to31 the Times-Union for a line of steamers -
five in soil and enjoys many advantages new Orleans Molasses..::::.:::::.... 35 to 40 DEALER W-
Crackers Vanderwer A Holmes' to be run in connection with the First-Glass G Cheese s l8UUd
as a tropical fruit-raising: country Standard XXX..Soda. S fY FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUiTS I
from Titus-
Limon Crackers.... ... T trains of the road south
; but as a very serious offset: is its Ginger Snap............. 7 FRONT ST. PALATKA FLA. /
These steamers
.... ... ville to Rockledge. ,
There is color line Extra TO&IIt. .. ... 7 TOBACCO CIGAR3.J(
inhabitants. no
Assorted Mixed Cake... 8 will be boon to travelers who will be First-class work
a guaranteed.
and and morals are at a very Condensed Mllk-Eatfe; 7JO to Candy 1 Confections.Oranges
society Champion......... ..7S to able to see the famous Indian nver 'York done en short notice. oc4 TTES .
low ebb. do do KellBrand......... IJ\Ow\
do do Challenge........ J.6O toke from the deck of a steamboat, and the
The company which went over do l>uD................ 3.2to beauties thus rvealed are entirely bidden ADMINISTRATOR'S :\OTICE.To In any quantity packed and snipped on f W.Dt1seloesiCa ,,.,
handled Canned 85 to .Iff stunt notice. iaumtact.
this section
or- Vegetables-No.3Tomatoes. :
from .M..NNOURMA4,11G
do 63 t* to those who travel on a train, whom it Concern U.!A.
and did will Mr. Ilnrner returned do :No.2 Okra and Tomatoes W to 1 JO may : : The celebrated Indian River Pineapples AD
anges do :No.2 Marrow Peas...... 80 to 1.15 The journey besides that, by boat is SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE will present my Bananas on hand. MADE FROM
via Baltimore, and is glad toagain do No.'< 2 Early J vine '?...... 1.00 to 1.30 .and vouchers to the County Judge All goods warranted fresh and
free sound
do No.2 ponton Baked Beans 1.60 to ouch more comfortable, being ot Putnam ,and ask to be dis High bra a Tobacco
trod the sand of Florida. do No.2 Boston Brown Bread l.60to dusf charged from tM further administration on the
Table Irish rotatoee-per barrel..... 1.40to.... from and cinders. estate of Charles F.Avery,deceased late of said E. W INDISen, urn I 1
Collector to be
Our Tax is soon on Red Onion do .... .......... 1.50 to County. D. SFE CER,
hand, and who is now able to pay at Yellow Onions, per barrel...... 1.73 to.... Administrator. Corner Lemon and Second. ABSOLUTELY PURE |
....... 18, 1895.
Earlr Hose for seed IM E. C. = August gals 6m
once? It was not such a bug-bear a Beauty of Hebron for seed:::.. 1JW
Chili Ked for seed............_ 1JW :rttr"'Y.
couple of years ago. .......... I

Orange trees are being cut down and Duke Cigarettes 19...................,$3.65 \ 4 o1d aDd hAY. treed about an olt'h.
burned They return plenty of Sensation Cat hug os....... _.... 30 lalD'7 ATTORNEY AT LAW.
\ Pot remedietthathavekenmidduiaM
up. The Bk i lee !1G" cough
Kid's .............. 21 toSO IieandlortbebeaeStofthe :ill
ashes to the soil as a last beneficial Arrow .............. 30 suferi.gl. + .
........... Say tb.tIk.v..e.er.eedsay remedy qaaito PALATKA. FLORIDA.
Sed of North Carolina,2 o& 55
kick and will soon be of the past. Duke's Mixtures,2 o*. .. ............ 30 "A Full and Complete LIne of Dr.Bell's Pme reliefla Tw Hooey.well It frrti other quick sadpermanent orer.OUlXaUonal: Bank Bsdingppo.;
BCCKKTE. Bull Durbam,2oa..................... M STOVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and U IB hums grippe all\ss the as sad woold coeghs.We sot
Lacy Blobs......................... 41Champ be sold. And ORGANS.PIANO U without keep It. our 1t. .M.A.time ETCALFC., site Post-Odce.
Carter.... ._.. 39 TINWARE which must All)business entrusted spits care wffl ream
Georgia Beau tl................. ..._ 35 Win to inspect this stock,as I keep 70 Sooth 4th Street,Paducah, Ky.
This will be the last leap year for Sweet ttnssett........... ............. 30 pay best of TUNING A GREAT SPE- prompt attention. t-fI U
Climax dubs............. .......... 39 nothing but the everything.Plumbing
eight years. The year 1900 not being Thin Pounds................ 43 Tinning and Gas Fitting CIALTY.Mr. .

divisable by 400 without a remainder is !Star.............................. ........:. 33HorseShoe 40Chrper executed in the most approved style -4 I. I.,. Purcell

leap The New Woman will ......................... 40 promptly and at low prices. CHILDS was traveling salesmanand
not a year.
Pearl....... .................., .... 35 Don't forget the place. Sign of the tuner for twenty years for P. P.Werteln's ATTORNEY
bear this m mind and not neglect her Dmmmond Nato Leaf................. 62 between great Southern: music houseof
......... Bk Coffee Pot Lemon Street,
this Gold Dust,per case........ M.TSPearllne New Orleans. Mr. Werlein madea
opportunities year. ,tier 3.75 Second ana Third. And .
case Couucllor
Octagon Soap....::::::;:::::::::::::: 4.00 public assertion that Mr. Chllds was at u.Law._.ppoelte th Courtrr1I"WmPractice

jir T.. Oolnc North. East. Sovth WeU Royal do Baking do Powder do ,S-lb.1 lb..:,.:::::::: 4.80 265 the best piano tuner in the city of New : la an Courts. fALATKAlaZtf

Tickets ail Bail and Steamshiplines Campbell's or TaTier's.. -ib...:..:.. L65 L. D. EATON M. D. Orleans.Mr. 1 I IF Ii Ir It
via do do H-lb. ......... 80 CHILDS keeps the best and II
lowest rates. PEFK'S DrugStore ....... JOHN
at Hartford's Bread Preparation i' I
Lemon and Second Rts. Almonds .......I.. 15 tollEnglish cheapest Pianos ever sold in the South. D. BLACKWELL.
corner walnuts........._........... 14 HOMEOPATHISTOmcE All orders can be left at Cochrane' II

Brazil.Filberts Urge.....::.:::::::::::::::....:::::: S 7 book store or may be sent through the ATTORNEY LAV.ROOXICCJW.L ,

The World's Fair Test Pecan......._._.................... 12 BLOCK. rALATKA, FLA. postoflice.Residence. I
Mixed:Nuts........................... 12 : First street, second door BLOCKOrer
showed ao baking powcfc California Raisins......_............L40toUO! First St. i
Sultanas................ .... ...... ... 10 Residence-Corner Main and from McLarty's store.PALATKA PDst-Cfflce. tl-Mt-
so pure or so great la lea Fancy Evaporated Apples............ 8 FLA.A .
do' do Apricot.......... 12 Office Hoar to 10 *.m., I to S p.m.an ealag power as the Royal. Currants...........' ........... 4y to I% 9p. m. Sundays to 3 p.m. I R. W. & W. M. DAVIS
:.:.::::: Patients from a distance can be treated through Reminder 5ot so Gentle. 1
the maiL Office consultation free. loP
Oral Fertiliser Etc
Yours truly. For some time THE: TIMns-HEn.LD : DR. BELL' PLNE TAR HONEY.:
Corrected Weekly bl'ertreft s Co.'old J.,T.
& K. W.Depot. has published a notice asking those of JUveuett m-Uutr-f tn lit trMtud".oc..c
CJ.1"T. W. M. BUST, Attorney at Law ttmUa. riickman-Kennerl Block Lemon Sire
Subject to market chan es. for Final
Comancheof Notice of Application its subscribers who were in arrears to ajftnrua.dnrr:; .
splendid steamship fmitUf.AUohrtely
The Cora Mixed,per sack tlO !be..1 80 to t5 } Palatka. Fla. **-u
Clyde Line made the run last Oats White,per sack 125 lba........ 1.30tolJS Discharge. pay their snbscrintions. jSome of them UmkM sad 4>Icaiant M take. It
the Ground Feed, per sack: 1110 lba...... LJ5toL20: rats Ice**thsuicaas sad auwnit to be sptfetfwuaaot
week from Ken York to Charleston in Feed Meal,per sack 100 lbs. ....... 85 to w mREBY GIVE THAT OS a great many in fact, have responded, czcrtKW or struaoi|sad stops tk*concm E. d. HASICGLL
Fur Wheat Feed per sack 100 Ibs.. USto.... i> J EB BUART llth. 1896, I wtll apply co the but others have not. To these atoaabyhea1sg1slsSanled parts; giva vigu .
hours. This is the fastest we s.d.itsLty to fix mpiratary erfaa*sad pradaca
forty-three Hay.No.1 Timothy.per ton..21.18 to 22.06 Honorable Coy y Jadn of Putnam Coonty
wheat Rrsa per sack 173 Ibs.::::: L6.to .... )bids, : discharge of my rrecotor- would say we are compelled to have a eo.dit.s ill which sa ib. fiattirms are acted L. W'YE L
time on record, the time previous to Grits and Meal per bbl............. 2.:0 toJJO ship, J.aUatda will make final returns of with r.gal ity ud har.c.y:
bang: been made by the steamship Knit Proof Oats,per bash......... 50 to.... My accounts. as such Execatrtz u provided money to conduct this newspaper and Prk.,c.joe.ud,--pe"Dotde fcy jJT ArarWn.orseMBpoa *- Office hon s: o---1.: to 5 m., and
X. Z. p.
that '
Best Patent Floor,per bbL......... 4JMto.... law receipt! cpnco
Cherokee, which made the run Cotton Seed Meal,Bright,per pack. LJOWllS f KATILPVA. STEWART, to avoid trouble we ask them to settle tnn:.! KE). M-, Solo M, uUctar evening 6 to 8. .
Cotton Seed Meal Dark,per nek... ttt*.... Executrix of the test Will and Testament of Psdmah.Ky. Office moved to Second
from dock to dock in forty-seven hours No.\ 1 Linseed Meal....._.._.._. ....___ Sarah E. Wall deceased. these accounts of long standing at T.w-wub. sad daaip.i..tirgdstl M sppe.ria. L street next
.....___ .. door to Methodist Church.
minutes. PortOement.per' bbl. 2.7510 E. t HAS KILL.: Attorney or Kxecntriz. once.
and eleTe i II Rosendal CeiDentperbU..4 1 JO &u1I-&Ia
tof t: Attgtls$16th. 1M. -- PALATXA
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PISS THE MEASURE. PUTNAM HALL NOTES. How's This couxrr: COMMISSIOXERS. Sheriff iflagan'made his report of
fines and forfeitures for the month of
Correspondence Times-Herald. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward i
.,; PUBLISHED KRIDA.YS. A very important measure is before Catarrh Official Proceedings of the Board For December and paid to Treasurer,
This is an old-time settlement, and for any case that can
: the city council and favorable consideration
when we read of the death of any of not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Times-Herald Readers. Statement
of the same is demanded by against Tax Collecto
!. THE TIMES-HERALD CO. Publishers old time such Colonel Proprietors,
every public interest of the city. W oar citizens Toledo Ohio. The Honorable Board of County Blanchard on the roll of 1895! :

% .. ; i. Hart, it causes a sad feeling through. We the bave knownF.
mean the request of the Street Railway undersigned, Commissioners for Putnam County,

OFFICE to 1>111 BundlBf, Fltmt. Street, Company asking for an extension of out our section. Old Time's scythe has J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
: old landmarks believe him honorable in aU Fla. met in regular session on Thursday -
next to Poet Office..PALATKA almost cut down all of our perfectly M
l Its charter under a guarantee of the extension '
only a few left now and they, business transactions, and financially January 21896. "..
\ of its line to the Heights This able to carry out any obligations made a
with the burden of rears upon them, their firm. Present: J. Vertrees, John Harvey fi IIU
FLA. JAN. 17,189k extension was contemplated when the by
admonishes them that'they too must C. H. Gilchrist T. W. Thompson
\ original charter was granted but the WEST & TRCAX, Wholesale Druggists -

\ soon "cross over the river and rest under Toledo Ohio. and Joseph Price clerk. lS
limited time remaining of the company'a
11.00. .BUMoathsTeo the shade of the trees." The WAZ.DINQ, KIXXAN & MARVIN, Chairman Thompson being absent at
SUBSCMTTOX RATE-One Tar chartered life will not justify .
Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio.flail's ,
Cents. Three Months 25: Cents. writer when he goes to Natka now the opening of the session, on motion ='
Subscriptions due in advance. the expenditure; of the large sum Catarrh Cure is taken internally 7 p D
frequently feels sad when he misses so acting directly! upon the blood Commissioner Vertices was elected
necessary to complete the work, and it i Ii
many familiar faces that he knew thirty and mucous surfaces of the system. chairman pro tem. 8a .- ...

It Is a clear cue of hog with John is a reasonable request that the com- years ago. Price 75c. per oottle. Sold by all drug- The minutes of last regular meetingwere .. ..

the earth now makes for extended time. Testimonials free.
wants pany gists.
Bull, who evidently The farmers of this vicinity never read and on motion approved.
around it. This contemplated improvement is 0iii
with a barbed wire fence give up to advertisitv. They are as Commissioner Havey made his report laU
one In which the city should feel a : =
"r\ meeting at We- buoyant and determined to battle again PROPOSED CHARTERor in the matter of pauper Sweat c::: rQ :'4.II
\ That tobacco mass deep interest. It will connect the city o .. -
the right direction for prosperity as they ever was. Or- which was referred to him at last meet- ..
Jab wu a step In with one of its most important surbur- t>
trees looking well. It Is onlya After investigation find that she q
and it is to be hoped that others will ban villiages. It will greatly enhancethe ange are -- THB.FIRST. -; :J ing.

matter of a few years when plenty of e.tS81 should be retained on the gasper list '!3 I!
: a
follow. .__. value of the intervening propertyand fruit will be shipped from here again. at $a per month instead of 2.50 to g !
thus add to the revenue of the city dCypress n Door D r G CofflDy.
will be '0" ..
A Republican administration Messrs. H. A. Spear and C. B. which she had been reduced. So) or- o

mote detrimental to the real interests of Above every consideration it will help Rhodes of Macon, have been visitingin dered.A .

to quicken into activity business \
Florida than was the unfortunate every our neighborhood the guests of Mr. communication was read from F. E-t .
interest of the city. The municipal The name of this rtorporation>shall be
freeze of last TOT J. P. Wall. They returned to Macon 8ELDEX CYPRESS DOOR CUMfAMY. Tl.e A. Teague, president of the Board of fri ci ;:: a
government of the'Heights have by a of business of this shall beat
\ place corporation
yesterday expressing themselves as Trade in reference to a meeting to be ax aC :
of Putnam County, in the tiPte oFlorida.
There Is a veay decided difference recent action thrown open her gates to highly pleased with their Btay. Mr. W. t8E005D. held in Ocala regarding the Nicaraugua o G
to how that this and the The general nature of the business
opinion lu Washington as important improvement P. Bracken ia also here from Macon of this corporation shall be the handUngtof lorn Canal Convention whereupon the following :;:,

call for bids for the purchase W bond City Council we feel, will deal liber- bee and the products thereof and the-mann- .;
for short rest from his labors. J.
a factore of and dealing in lumber product committee was appointed :

. will result the majority eeeming to be ally with the reqncs of the company. We are looking for some expressionof THIRD. This corporation of SEVENTY shall hava 1110(1.an antborlzed C. Vertrees B. P. Calhoun Bobt. W. F""s gas

the aide of those who think private Pass the bill, gentlemen. SAM DOLLARS: (170.000) ofsEVENHUNDREU(0u = 8a
on they opinion from our County Commis- > shares) of eonsisfng toe par rain Davis and John W. Blackwell, and the : :: l a

Individuals will pot bid, because sioners in regard to a poor farm. Come, of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($1hare. sr clerk was authorized to inform the W .w..:. eeF ..
the gold.Congressman This week should not close without Ten per cent of the capital st shall I
you custodians of the county funds, let be paid down and the balance on eaU members of the committee of their ap-

adding Cuba to the list of free princip- made of the Director .
us hear from you. Have pod FOCETH. This corporation shall be or sized pointment. f-4 ; J
has entered (Q
C. M. Cooper alities. inquiry of the other poor farms In the and Incorporated to exist fora period of KNIT Communication was read from Mr. : .,
for tbe election to the Senate YJCARS.FIFTH. !
the race State or out of it, to find out whetherIt 1 he business of this corporate hall Bostwick asking; the Board to reduce 14
as a successor to Senator CalL Mr. Coop. be conducted by a President. Viceens, .. 0g
the was cheaper than our present system Secretary and Treasurer and a Board of 'ire the valuation on the lands of the Land
for place
er will make a strong figbt Directors. These officers hall be elect an- :
of taking care of our poor? Come, and Trust Company. On motion referred -
be has an excellent record as a conjrewnan rualljr U prescribed by the by-laws. Untn the o
u move around; money is getting. officer to be elected are duly qualified to bet. to Tax Assessor Williams to re. z ee
of the brainiest men g I -
and is one the business of said corporation shall be conducted !:
"scarcer" month that In by GEORGE B. 8KLJJKN, President.A. .
record a every passes as at next meeting.:
clean as
in the State-and has a I I K.!: WILSON" as Vice-president and Secretary (port l; ;

cIttzen and poSUclaa.Daytona GazetteNews. our county; and Cleveland will see to WILLIAM II. VAX W WAGES u Treasurer A petition was read from and signedby

it that the of that $100,000- ; GEORGE 8. 8KLDEN" as General Manager J N. Blackwell made
that of
proceeds and FKAXK A. AUNOLD. as General 8m- 15 or more 'petitioners asking report

000 in bonds won't reach Putnam Irintendent.SIXTH.. The". highest amount of Indebtednessor Agnus Grant be placed upon the pauper fines and forfeitures adjudged during

It transpires that there is also a "Mrs county; but some of the results of that liability to which this corporation can at anytime list. Referred to Commissiouer term of the Criminal Court; also state
snhiect itself khall be not to exceed SEV!:
Monroe doctdn" When Mrs. Monroe sale will reach our great-great grand- KNTY THOUSAND DOLLARSS70.00U. Hancock for investigation. ment of conviction fees.

.II was In the white house she set the chhildren. How I wish his next election residences SEVENTH.of the Following individuals are the who names have subscribed and Petition read from citizens of Ban- On motion ordered that the sum of

precedent of steadfastly declining to depended upon my vote, or any to the stock of this corporation: nerville asking the discontinuance of $50 be paid Geo. W. Knowles for one
GEORGE B. HELDEN' residing at Rome N.
return soda! calls. At first her attitude man who agrees to such miserable Y.; WILLIAM H. Yale WALLS&Mi,raiding at part of public road as follows: Lead- year for the purpose of taking care of
Rome N. Y.;WARD \\1IITCHKR.. weldIng .
occasioned a great, stir, but she finally transactions. W At.TUOO. at Rome,X. Y.; FKAXK A.AR-hOLD residing ing from Palatka to Green Cove the ferry at Rice Creek from January

. wen and to this day the wife of the residing at at Home.Palatka N.Florida.Y., and A. E. WILSON, Sprigs; the part that branches off up 1st, 1880, to January 1st, 1807, the

President returns BO social calla. Mis. Mr. T. IT. JHndtrum In the BeginningOf WM. II. VA3 WAGEXEX, IL. a..] the straight forward road to county board reserving the right to cancel the
Xnroe's doctrine led to a recasting of Fort Lawn, S. C. a new year when the winter season FRANK A. AHi OLD, [L."; line. Laid over until next meeting agreement at any time.

'tae nits of whtte, bouse etiquette and of close confinement is only half gone, under the rules. On motion ordered that O. J. Bud-
TtWe rules it is said are still of force. Best For the Blood many find that their health begins to i Cocxrr or YORK.J} 88.I Bid of Dr. Morgan to attend the jail ington be requested to pay to the
IHood's I CITY or ROYSOn )
News break down, that the least exposure Board at the amount for lumber
Savannnah Moraine I this XIXTEEXTH DAY of DECEMBER and fVnlsn medicine for one year at once

Proved Its Merit-Eczema threatens sickness. It is then as wellas in the year one thousand eight hundred and $40 "accepted.On secured for the house belonging to the
York calls attention to Cured. nimty-five, before me the subscriber, a Notary
A paper at all other times and with
people Public in and for Oneida County aforesaid prftonally motion ordered that the Tax Collector county at Big Rice Creek, or legal
[. the net-work of divorces that enmeshes "X hare used Hood's Sarsaparilla and even in good health that the following came WILLIAM H. WAGENEJlFRANK .
an- action to collect the same will be taken
A. ARNOLD WARD W. furnish this Board with the an-
knew it 11 the beet medicine for the blood
tto Maribomgfe-Vatderbilt-Belmout facts should be remembered namely: WI1ITCIIER to me personally known and
\\ Tai father\ and mother of I have ever taken. Two ;years ago I kada known to me to be the individuals aftbve described portioned amount of taspaid|; by each at once against him.
umfcisrtinn that Hood's Sarsaparilla leads every- as subscriber to the stock of SELDKNCYPRE
ton on one of my; limbs below the knee, incorporated town or city so that the The following bills were ordered
Duke of Marlborough were M POOR (OMPANY, and they severally -
i the present I Spent Many Dollars thing In the way of medicines; that itaccolDpli.ahesthe duly acknowledged that they executed Board may be able to apportion the paid, and the clerk instructed to draw
drrorcsl before the former\ came into cures la the the same, u each said subscribers.
I. tot medical attendance and treatment bat greatest [ So X. road jund as required by law. warrants for the same:

the dukedom. The parcels of the young all la vain. At last a friend urged me to world; has the largest sale in the tan3- Notary\IIC. Permission is hereby given that the J C Vertrees. one day U Commtarioner. 2 00

f daeb.es, as we all know, were legally try Hood'i BanapuHla. I told him It world, and requires the largest building C Commissioner II Gilchrist. one.. day and mileage.. TOO
be used for the
Court House
eeparied last year. Two of Mrs. would not do me any good as I had the in the world devoted to NOTICE.To may P'Vpose T. W. Thompson, Commissioner and

beet of doctor In this vicinity attendme exclusively of holding a tobacco growers association mileage. .... ... ....................... 800
VanderbOt's Meters are dlforcees; her'bmtherfolaW' and th.-l&1d it wu a severe CM of I the preparation of the proprietary WHOM IT MAT Coscuur' GBCETUO: John Harvey, commissioner............ 4 89!
Vxnaga has eczema. prevailed me however We. the undersigned, subscribers to the stockOf at some day to be named. John Hancock. CommlMioner.......... 4 00
Fernando to take one bottle and upon when it was auHood's medicine. Does not this conclusively 8ELDEN CYPRESS DOOR COMPANY, a On motion ordered that a warrant for K W Clark, for pauper Russell...._.? BOO
been twice mamed and twice divorced Hood's corporation to be organized under and pursuant I I) W Johnson, for pauper Armstrong.: 2 60
5o" I prove if you are sick that to the provisions I of the law of the State of I $5 be drawn payable to E. W. Clark T W Ralph, for pauper Ford.......... .. J 60
and both his wives have found other is the medicine for to riorida in such case made and provided do John Harvey, for paupers Cone, Sweat
Vanderbilt .Sarsaparilla you hereby give notice to all whom it may concernthat to help defray the burial expense of and Knowles,.. ....... .... ......... JJ 00
e husbands; and now Mrs. partita take? the : proposed char E Shepherd, for pauper Patrick...... 0 00"i
ter for such said curpoa'on. and that the original pauper Russell.On H Cyrus M. D., for paupers Strange.
f has formed a second maniige with aman taken noted -- -- -- thereof has been::7 filed with the Mcretaryof ordered that En- and Cook .... ........ .............. a 00
who has also been rdoI a slight State; that we to apply to the Honorable motion Squire John L. Hecks, for pauper Lee... ...... BOO
,' Improvement. have Cures the Governor of the State of Florida, for strele be placed the list at L.J. Stoke.,for Widner,panper....... BOO
need six bottles letters patent thereon, under and pursuant to upon pauper Emma flecks, pauper.................... 230H.
I THE PUBLIC LIBRA T.f now be pro*Isions of the laws of the State of Floridaa fo per month" payable to Beach & W.Stewart for pauper McGraw.... 3 00
I and my leg U welL Had It mot been for such case made and provided. S. G. Miller, for pauper Mrs. Lnmpkln. 0 00
i' Hood's Sftruntrilla I do not think I WARD W. WHITCHEB, Miller. A H McCrany, for pauper Lover futch. B 00

The opinion formed of a wn by would ever have conquered my com- ja3w FRANK W. H Year A. ARNOLD WAGENIuX., Ordered that Commissioner Gilchrist andLongwoodk.
f' plaint. J.W.HarD5CA3TFortLawn,8.a::
a cultured stranger often based on investigate the road from Pomona to
James Cannon,for pauper Usteen... .. 010Mrs
l the character and scope of its \While Hood's Pins cure an Over HU oonjtiptton. Notice of Master's Sale. Buffalo Bluff for the purpose of opening ML Williams, for pauper Bella.... too

. blBouMii.tick headache,buU .UODo B W Howell for pauper Rials........:... BOO
library. If there is no library\ It is the same and report at next meetings Mark Watson for pauper Tom Watson. S 00

"r the social of S&C&nsey,for pauper Perry........ ._ a 00K.
often because standard UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL t D. Davis,for pauper Montgomery. 2 60
the place does not reach that high and They're oft9IN .of Forclosnre and Sale made and en. The following rifle bonds were approved Henry Strum, rsqate on tax 1104.....::. 335 f
tered on the 17th day of Wutzc the Joseph Price, Clerk and Auditor, for '
literature is not congenial with the ion. W. A. Mocker,Judge of the i : December ""..,....... ........ .... 37 50>
Circuit of Florida in and for Putnam Cocny, Louis Pope,Janitor. ..... ............. 20 Od
people. In this res ect Palatka is fortunate In a certain cause therein pending, wherein E. C. Earle; sureties, W H Record, florid Commercial Company rent of ;

of the John C. L'Encle, as surviving partner,etc., and L F Jackson. Armory... .., ......., .... ............ 25 Tl
; the library being one the Bradley Fertilizer Company are complaintants Bent Calhoun, County Solicitor.... am
institutions in which the city hala and Henry Hutchinson, Mary D. Hutchln- Geo. Thigpen; sureties, Silas Smith R Howl' inqnenon body of Smith.. 360
son, A. W. Defter and Arthur Deiter et al., are John W Hagan.Shetidexpen.e do 7 10
tight to indulge in a small degree \>f defendants.I shall offer for sale and sell to the and E. C. Thigpen. N J Tllghm, lumber at Court House11 ..1DanJ'
highest and best bidder, for cash,at public auc- Advertiser printing for Shaelff. 2 60
I pride. That the library is not a kett r n tion. before the Court House door, in the Cityof Pay: roll in coroner's inquest for Willie Harms.emoving trees from creek: 60
Patatka County of Putnam, State of Florid, 8 J Kenuerly supplies Rice Creek ferry IT 97SJ
due to the fact that hUT jurors and witnesses on body of J. A.
one largely on the Kennerly.stope,piping, etc....:... 2S tO!
deeds of people in the city, chiefli FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY. 1896, Smith: were examined and found correct S J Ksnnerly supplies roa s/ Sr..J.P.Dell,Otsawatomtt,Kan the 3rd of S E Bond. supplies for jail.-._ .. 23 90
InA the same being day the month and a ?
to the and warrants ordered drawn for ....,....
voting men, have not given loadIng sales during the hours of Henry HodIUn.1Y &ln on Jail. 409
wife of the editor of The Graphic tbo legal dy lent sale,
W 8 Cone, lumber for bridge..... ...... 775
' stituUon that support |they owe to local paper of Miami county writes the to-wit property, described following in said pieces deere, ,parcels as follows, or, ame- W 8 Cone road work dist 2........,..... n 24fiureau

it. The "I tea troubled with heart disease fan1ae'I Petition for F. Inlonnatloa. Putnam. County lee 00
bestow tracts lying and being in the Sibby as a to
themselves to upon pauper
shortness County of Putnam State of Florida tescribed R CHowell,wood for tail...,....., .... 2500.
for six severe palpitations
made begin- yean be the list A H Lockwood. juror inquest on Smith MMC
has a good placed was
management of breath, together with such extreme as follows that to-wit of :lot five In upon pauper Moore ... ,... .... ..., .... ..... MilL
ning and has supplied the library with \ nervousness, that at times I would ( AU. part Twelve (J), 8outliA Person f Twelve read and laid over until next meeting. Miller ... .". ...... .... ... .. ..... eo
12) Township (12i <
"We !: Zt RangeTwentyseven W W W llson...... .... .... .... ... '... 60NODavis
v the best ins; 'snnes and other periodicals walk the floor nearly all nht (27)) uaJe.eribed follows: Treasurer Lilicnthal presented his .. ,. ,,.. ,.'..... ,. ,. .... .... 60;
consulted the best medical talent Beginning at a cypress tree established by 8. W. for the E J Reeder. ... .. ...... .. .. .... ... &0WHCjrms
Cozier C. E., the of monthof '
and haTe on the shelves a very Tfcev said there was no help for me, ; at and southeast corner of the report warrants paid .... ........ .... .. .. 60OEReeve.
\ tract south and
ampbell running fifty % .... ..... ... ..... ...
standard which *
selection of disease of the heart for t to stake at of December were examined ta
respectable DKr c-- that I had organic degrees we a turn public road,
J T Alexander... .. .. ... ... 60
and distant nine and 73-100 chats from said '"
books including history science Mogu which there was no remedy. I had read tree thence west two hundred and twenty(210)yards checked out, found correct and ordered John Hancock road woriet. No 3.. II SO
\ advertisement; in The Graphic and .. John Hancock.paMlabor.... moo
your thence nUi two hundred and '
'hv theology travel and fiction. twenty filed. W C Knndy, road werk dist 4:::::: : :::
a year ago,as a last: resort, tried one bottle (2,10))yards, to the corner of said lot Number ten
in said Section Twelve Treasurer Lilienthal also made bis Itobannoo Bros, road work dist 4..., ..-. 4 00
Some effort too h.s been made to Dr. JSOft Xett Cur for the Heart, 19)) (IJ) thence east .
PHOSPHATE four hundred and forty (440)) yards to the corner Jesse E Kurtz, priatiaK... ... ......... 7 50
obtain tLe current fiction of the day. which convinced me that there was true of said lots five ((5) and ten (If), thence north statement of receipts and disburse- B L LIUentkai eonmiMton...,.,. 7921IS
,.. .
F C ICUnehard. .
I took three bottles each of the west to the northwest oommiMkons Maw
merit in it .fty decrees corner of
THE TlMKB-IlERALD bas nothing mn'core Kidney Troubles "Nervous ments of the fine and forfeiture funds Clark. burial exnewtea Car Ra -
Beart Cure and Restorative Nervine and B. J. HUM*'rd land, thence eat five chain, ....... .. . .
Di801 Indirection. north sell ,:.... .. .. .... .. GOO
but congratulations to offer the management For sale by It completely ntrfd me I sleep atH hence(51 43') east fifty-one, nine degree and fifty ton'b-ave follow, to January 1: Beach & Miner for pauper Xntwil... 0 00

of the library for the splendid MAfeCUS TXEB, D. RlXGHAM, well at night, ny heart beats regularly andI chains to a stake' on the margin of (' !mtn-I Balance on hand.. . . f241 20 r C \Veaiberte. road work dm s ...., 60 00
M. 9. U E Morgan medical attention at ..
sb' that has been made, but if it o 4-ij McEpnv. TOM RAY. have no more smothering! spells. I wish hundred Lake,thence(600)) In feet a northwesterly to point uf beginning direction, and Received . . .... . ... 3911 J Oren. work on Little!:lee Creek.jailJ .. 4000M :Maz
wiag to 6&J'0 aU woo are suffering as I did containing eighteen acres more or lew.Abo. J N Utackwetl. clerk criminal eoart..... wI1SM
pretended to criticize the institutionthat there's relief untold for them U they will Loc Number ten (10)), la Section Twelve 1280 31 John W =feeding prisoners,Oct
erimnaf .....
is doing so much in desseminatiog only gin your remedies just one trlaL" (seven&2), Township((27))east Twelve except((12)two,south acres heretofore Range Twenty-sold Paid out to January 1..s10( 97 John w W flagon, bailiff! at ecxrts jail.......'.'.".. 44 9 10 75

Dr.Miles Heart Care is mid on a positiveFnarantue John llagas guarding 0rimx ... at CO
it would to David Brown said two acre era.
culture sugge
knowledge and the lint twule will ne4L J W Hasan erfiaiaal ..
there to be a dearth or IiriUijTA All dnwrrist that sell it; at$1. 6 bottles for K,or (follows 150 feet:), Beginning north of the one southeast hundred corner and fifty of said feet Balance on hand . . S176 34 R D Howell,expenses Jtt bcr of die Peace court. 91 T 28M M!

book l that Southern seems writers. The South A ?( l iby e'Dr Milnspaid.I r oopt, ...o..pDr.lUles' hundred Lot Number and twentyr ten (W(). and) feet running,thence north west four two Treasurer Lilienthal also made his Jutes ICoxe.Onflo.County witness Cort.ia.Justice.. ......Court........ 4 H

hundred and ten (no> feet, thence east four statement of funds, proper, on hand 60, Artiw rower St.H O Neaback6q
ban always kept up with the progressof Heart Cure and thence A B Swart M B W Ores M, J W
Wates* 50 to 150 Piss Dolly. hundred twenty (i/tJO) feet south two January 1, 189C, as follow: PaHen 50. Ulna BRlUms s*. John
uleraiurc.and just DOW hundred and ten (210) feet to the point of beginning
the world in ...._- Restores Health ,containing two acres; Mid portfe. of General Revenue Fund. . $ 798 65 WasWuttAO., EMxafceUi LawreM

Ii-i' almost reached her Gregorian Mid lot hereby mortgaged, containing thirty- Road Fond. . . . 1, 0666Kund M.Heoty Marty Lee HarUettM M, C f LawrenceotAlfent J C Jtarrows. 5.. N
Go*pt lunlVy jjra ity: woiilt:1'! ". ??oSMtn.s eight; acren,monr' le.T! tff liner w.tn all sodsisgnl.r '
knowing Sr, Incise of the i'.. : 4 T.
rWide : 58 10
Grangers htorwhr..nc.
and '
re.'iod.<< Intelligent : t.. Hut. N.\ i'.s : :; :.the the" rem wnf* appabiutr. I nit A0rnr.. court .. ... .... WW
**-- 4ji.i trans on :ill: Micitu* of every mud aud iefcmt t uk u v itiN j ji th'rnuatulal..e.aa.r lu oU'J "IK -- I>r Baker. awn.. T 00

= rigfctCS23 i I' apperta ning.WILLIAM M. BO3TWICK. JK.. Total . . . . 83458 60 Mark ...__. wUneM.. ISO
Nnltllt'in iihrary fo. the excelleniw \ For Sale Cheap Special Master. wnariewitae. ... .. .. .. ... ... i a*
a .I.icinak.; Tax Collector Blanchard made his .
w "r\. of such anti, >,r' a" \\ 'liam Gil- I'; itl;: enp- JOHN r COOPER and Fasts Ittrta. withees.... ....... .. ..u.. 1 8 IM>
Mm Ed. Allan] Poe Grace ) nut .& L1.re., t; J I. .EXGI.K.nDtiainanu. Solcitors.ia3td report of funds collected for month ofD..mber : ::::::.. : : .:.: :.::::
> n':-i : ?, ;.ar doable An old man who to be his <<< as follows: Xace .iA. ..u........ ... ._ ::..::. Slit
K '. .-. J--hn FA' n Cooke Thoma wants own ABle rratkHaJnelrixon ........ ......... ....... I ZO
< I drinking: administrator has 1.1)00) acres of land, -I I Ctneaslrevenae.::. . . ..$ 7935Roaafund .... .... ,. .. .. ... .... 'tle
Xt'Pajo' Am :'ii i H'-eve*, George t en p.to hold a beautiful home and atom 500 live ". HPc.an..wa. eoevietioe.. ........ ..
1 06 66
lot of hot MANLY Oe.tse I"ane. whaesn.... ... .... .... Yu
W. '.il J io. ITioai.t-: ,'bert Crad.lock} ._ a onnge tree; located a little east of VIGOR . . .
t ;: Bridge fund 568 19 Mete Butler witness .. ............ a Go
i filthy wa- Sat-uma flights Station. Bidurd kioawltaess .... f 60GeoCaary
1 '- Some of
an1 \\ iAllen\\ '1n1"l)1e.] ter before a fins supply comes down. ..... .
tLf-t; name" have long been immortal; Valve seat is iu tWly of water and act Somebody with a little money who o" CB MOR2 tm hnn.ey Total. .. ... -.. . $ 50( I John Washington...:. 960] ooAB&tnan

as a 1000knut.l* set to water two wants a home write or come and see iH( (II i with the world 2000 Tax Collector Blanchard made his -. i oo
the! others will be, and it is the pnvi me. A. L CHATFIELD completely cured men an
and can be attached to a i Commissioner Vertrees notified
pens at ouce, ji I singing happy pnli-etor I now
of funds for month
ta;e of every Southerner to enjoy the tank or barrel in ten minutes. Works de20 Satsuma flights. Fla. h i I I the greatest,grandest report the Board that he had, tendered his

\Uectnal feast afforded by the freD successfully in tr'iAer.: and ul cure most for cncceaaf December,1895: I resignation to go into effect on January
of these famous authors Retail price, $& %). We pay express. GFoR SALE CHEAF.-A Pbajton, I; 10'' ual weakness aDd I. County revenue .. ..... ... $277 C3 6, J&6.to the Governor or Florida,and I i

perusal Fountain sent to any address on trial. with new wheels and axles. Apply at ,'( loetTtgoT knows to Road tax. .....? 813 that this would be his last meeting

oso of the young men of this city Price to be remitted by express agentIf this office. 2 tetonatof medical Kienc this*.Aa Poll tax . .. .. 2200 I with this Board.Whereupon I

ave neglected to join the Library satisfactory.: l\\ cost nothing to try. d rf t ,Ofto.b I the Board
Send for one. A& 18 wanted in every .
GrFOR SALE.-A handsome Piano I book form.w1tJI: refr i
ition are depriving themselves 1307 76 their sincerest regret at with
locality. Order through implement ) and parting
Lamp with stand solid brass
complete dw : !
i deal of pleasure and profit dealer or ; sent ant County Judge M. L Coze made Commissioner Vertrees and that the
cost$35.00. Has never been used. Will fedDc men (sealed)fne. Full manly vigor report :county of Putnam will .

ibrary of the means to enlarge STOCK FOUNTAIN CO., be sold very cheap as owner has no perm&Deut.l7 .torid. FaUon Impossible.ER on duptieate ]license leaned for i and efficient Commhs ioner lose s Tamable

paefntneas.I Lake City, Iowa. use for same. Apply at this office. JEIIIAlII.IUfFAlI.N.Y.. 11M iaeailt f1l Ateeriber. t8.13. i bfak reignation. *-



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___ .- THE TIMES-HERALD.. JANUARY 17,1896. .

THE TlVP&Ui{ ). Harry Meyrick, the most noted ex:

Oranges ponentjof eccentric negro comedy, is : Florida East 1 ..

I lS"'! ii; > r%'r!:yY .. ... .. .tuu.yI late addition to Gorton's Minstrels. lIe

I has two .brand new acts this season t

are heavy feeders of Potash. and you will find them very vcr
A L 'TK t. I-'|.A., JAN. 17, lOO.:! funny Coast
Potash exerts a marked influence Hy-
.-- ---- Gorton's Minstrels will appear atFry'
the and
on quality
quantity Opera House this (Friday night
h )
.n r 1.erne iue pro nt .
et' \ CO'I'" 0: I... sl ->rr t'ti oay Wuld ( of the fruit. Florida soils TIME TABLE IX EFFECT \NCARY Y

D,.1-0'. .... deficient in Pot- Killed Her Chid
largely en
IwAtu'. -I. ).. be at*** **rexprei" being 7, 189A.
1ft .v e .wa iet*v
ash, a heavy application of a January
a fit of despondency this afternoon
'TtoRtDA. fertilizer containing not less for infants and Children.
SOx 1"U"1'K 4
Mrs. administered
than OfActual Joseph No.JJlO .
12% t0'
-- STATIONS. yo.ll ,2 :
NDOT ERmS& poison to her eight children' and then 409

WISE I i Potashshould hanged herself. Seven of the lUte "yJacboDrill.. 0oa 11ip i O0a T 00 ::7:':":':' MOTHERS I Do You Know tW 1'arecorkt.

ones are dead and the other is not ex ArSt..AuCUlltioe 1100a 'U5p 1114310p ...... '
Cordial, availed Soothing Syrups sod
toPalatka point *
Paragraph* Pertaining
LY StA.gnrtice 11 lOa ..... ...... ..... ......
Present pacted to recover. The woman's bus Lv llaeti.gs. .1114LT most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine r
Milr '
be made. The best I band is in Kansas E PaLtla.:::: 1203p.: ::: :: :: :::: ::::::
Mr. and Mrs J. X. Moore regular City, undergoing Do Yo a Know that opium and stupefying narcotic poisons r
morphine are
Putnam. groves in the state will bear treatment for a cancer, and Mrs. Ilil ArPr.atu.... l 122LYral&Ut& -'\& ...... ...... ..... ......
winter visitors, are at the ... 1135p.: .
testimony to these facts. debrand has been downcast over Do Ye brow that In most countriee druggist are not permitted to sett narcotic

The OckJawaha! mer steamer the very Ar.Saatateo... 115p ...... ...... ..... ...... without labeling them poisons r
of Cr paapU-t ai not adwtiiliig drraUn boom.Inf this affliction. It is believed she was Lv San Hateo. 1O4 oa ...... ...... ..... ...,..
Metamora has received a new coat cUl urcfliMn,bat work .. ..
*p arc practical conimiatng
.1&nMe: oa tile n 'eat of(ertiluadea.and on the ere of insanity when she com LyOrmond...... 130p ...... ...... ..... ... P Ton Know that yon should not permit any medicine to be sties your elms
paint. art really helpful to f.anaen.-They an MM free fat milt 'Hhe terrible act. .. Daytona....... 1 & ... ..... ..... ...... .alee you or your physician know of what It to composed r
Root of Cohoes Iksaikiag.iT. .L.PortOrangs l ...... ...... ..... .. .
Commodore A. J.
CMMAN KALI WORn LyS.wSmyrD&. 2 ...... ...... ..... a oea Do Ton Know that (yeo rig is a purely vegetable preparation mad that a Ass off
N. Y., has arrived in the city for the i 'J wai s-in--. Fresh Graham Flour .. 0.k11.11. ... ...... ...... ... ems (
.. Tltl1lyW.:... ...... ...... ..... s lOa KM lugredieat is published with every bottto T
winter. -- .. City Point ... : ...... ...... ..... 925&Coons.
Fire Tears for Jar. peW-- ground week atDatlton's .. ........ : .! Do You Know UtatCagtorlahtheBreecTtptloacfthe famous Dr.Samuel nicheer:
Mr, J. Eames, one of Pomoua's en- The Times-Union of every .. Rkldg IlU.. ...... ...... .....1000a '
Wednesday, .. Ean(Sallie. .. 4 2p.! ....... ..... ..... 1145.Savo .. I That it has been In use for nearly thirty Tears and that more Cartons. U BOW sold them
terprising citizen, visited Palatka this says! E. W. Agnew, late president of } ( Grist Mill. .. ....... ...... ...... ..... 1135.
.. Melboc1rne.:. ...... ...... ....12008 of an other remedies for children combined t
week. .. the First National Bank of Ocala) was .. sebastian.... ... ,. ...... ..... 210p
: .. .... ..... Do Yen Know that the Patent of the TJhlted State, and oT
Mis. Julia Renz of Fla. 8e. LueJ. '..: .. ...... .Up Ones Department
The Saratoga Hotel is being thoroughly sentenced by JudgeLocke of the .. .
Fort Pierce. ...... ...... ...
.430p other countries have Issued exclusive right to Dr.Pitcher and his amifna to tar the word
has Federal
left Point and
.renovated, and will soon be United States Court, yesterday to five Jack gone to :: Jii::::::: :::::: ::::::. :::::..:::: : *Caatorla"Its formula,and that to Imitate them Ifl a state pleas offense f
sonvilleto reside. She has been
to the in the Kings Peniten Stuart. .
opened public. years County \ :: :::.:::: i$43p.. :::::
Alicia. ::::: .::.:: :::::
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bovd are rejoicing liary. of Brooklyn, N. Y for violating acU 2 superintendent at the Star .. ItotSouodd: .. ..... ...... ...... ... .. Do Yon Know that one of the reason for granting this government peoteotlmwsm

.. iV .. ............ ...........
Section 5,209 of the Revised Statutes Lau dry on Bay street but expects to JuJupiter becaore Cut< over the birth of a girl, which oc- ... .. ..
by embezzing the fuuds of the bank. Jeav In a few days and go to theW' :: W P Beach :seep.::. :::::.::::::.:::: .:::::: I Do Yep Knew that 35 *r doee of Cascara are furnished for 3Seonta
curred last Friday morning. .. Royal Point.. .. ...................... rmse
The three-mast schooner John "W. Mr. Agnew came into court at 9 Isor Hotel and act all! one of the Az Pa1mB.IDD. ...... ...... ..... ...... ,or one cent a doee f
o'clock accompanied by his h ironers. She wishes all her friends Trains nand 37 dally between Jacktonvllle
Hall discharged a general cargo at Mer- attorneys, ADd 95. AUj'UltiDe. Do Too Know that when possessed of this perfect preparatloa your chOlrta BMT
E. R. Gunby and Judge E. K. Foster lalka, Federal Point and Bridge- TraIn 11.33 and 209 duly except Sunday.
a5 be wen,and that have unbroken rest t
rjday's wharf last week and took on a Train 31, lOath of St Augustine dally ax- kept you may
and submitted his motion for a new a happy n w year. + ,reps 8uDday.I .
return cargo of lumber. Pt I well,theism fhlnga are worth knowing. They are faeU.
trial without argument. The motionwas

An artist of the linotype variety denied by the Court and there- L r. Price's Cream Baking Powder A. is W. ERANCU
Tito f cmimllonr I.
1" mI ewe pY'
holding forth in a tent on the vacant Meet Perfect Made. .
the defendant filed .I &ytfAChildren
upon a motion for I foe ..No. I STATIONS yes 4 of
lot opposite the TlMES-IlEUALD office. DalluceptSuuday. So.2 wrapp.r.
arrest of judgment on the ground that Mr. E. A. Hogarth, of Frnitland, .
of the burnt steamer Ca- -21l LySew flm1l'D&... 2o.1p Mlp
The hull
the grand jury that indicted him was was in the city yesterday.Mr. SUp 11 lag At Lake HeleD.. .... 120p ClOp
must is being repaired at Lucas' wharf, illegally drawn. This was also denied S26p IU7a .. Orange City..... 109p 34dp Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Thos. Appleby who has been !.30p 1145a ArOrange Cit1J LY imp I Clip
and when finished will ba called the and sentence was denied. The defendant ,
TrLas: bewtlen New Smyrna and Orange City
:spending several months at Palm
Eulalie. gives notice of appeal to the Junction d. except lunda,.

Mr. M. E. Dart, business: manager United States Supreme Court. I Beach, passed through the city yesterday I
of "The Call," Brunswick, Ga., who I on his way to Fruitland. .

has been spending several days in the The ladies of the First Baptist '
SALE A second-hand JYO.32'SO.t
GrFOR ,good
cIty returned home Yesterday. Church are arranging to give a supper "Caligraph" Typewriter. Will be sold 'rATIOSS. Na No.38 No,20Lv :

Mies Ethel Walker, of Connecticut,: on the night of the 20th. at a bargain. Talk with Burtz Palm H Inn 7011a.... : -...... -...... .-...-....
visit Miss The Shakers'have made .Royal Loin's 06s.
to a discovery 7
after a very pleasant W i lmBeach 7 iSa :::::: :::::: :::::: ::.::::

Mabel Thorpe, returned home Tues which is destined to accomplish much .. P.lriera...... 721a.. ... ...... .... ........
TO :. .....
day. fthe; mad many friends here,who ,good. Realizing that three-fourths of Hone WJuptter Soun 761. :.:..: :::::: :::::.

WIVESWE .. Alicia..... 804a........ ........ Fl1nlnger's'
arise from
our sufferings stomach
hope to tee her again.A .. ....
Stuare. .. : ....... ........
YOUNG .. ..... ..
troubles, that the country is literally .lenseD. l&oa
Mexican band of musicians were .. Eden.... ._ s 60a ..."..". ...... ..... .... ....
in this city last Friday and Saturday, filled with people who cannot eat and Fort Pierce. 930.. ..... ...... .. ... .94isStLncIe
food ( OFFER A REMEDY WHICH ... 53a :.. .. ...... ...... i000aSebastian.
returning home from the Atlanta Exposition digest without subseque y suffering ... It 0901...... 45.Melbourne. .
pain and distress and that INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE .. II lu ...... :
$ manyare .
and while here favored the SarDo. 112"la .... :.11
starving wasting to mere skeletons OF MOTHER AND CHILI."Mothers' .. Eau Oallie... 112Sa.......
public with some excellent music.A .. Rocklge H'L 1210p ...... ...... ......
because their food does them no .. Cocoa....... 1224p ...... ...... ...... Sl2p
stranded thespian struck the town .. CitTl'.IDt.. 1233p _.... ...... ...... lOOp
held the world $good, they have devoted much study Friend"ROBS TltnIlTille.., Ilr.p...... ...... ...... tlllp
last Friday night
and thought to the subject and the .. Oak IUU ... 14op ...... ...... ...... 6:"p BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
together by coring an open air elocutionary .. New 8mTnl. 2111p ...... ...... ...... ThOp
result is this discovery, of their Digestive CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN, ." Fortthangs 236p .... ..... ..... ... ....
performance. He recited HORROR AND RISK. Daytona... 24ip .. .. .....
Cordial.A Ormond.. :: : : : .
Shamus O'Brian and several other selections little book be obtained l et Palstk 89p. .
can from
in a very creditable manner. My wife two bottles. She

The citizens of Tampa knowing the your druggist that will point out the was easily splendidly.and quickly relieved; is now Ar Lv:::=:::: 543p.1Op.:' :'-: :'::-: ::::: ::::::::
of relief at once. An investigation -
advantage and necessity of having and way J. S. MORTON, Harlow, N. C. Ar PalatU.. ...... ..... ........
will cost nothing and will resultin L" 'alat.k&: ........
maintaining a military company have Sent by express or null on receipt of price. The LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE .

much good.Children fl.OC per bottle Book "TO MOTHERS" Lv Hastlngs 405p.! :: ........
hundred dollars
donated several to the mailed free.BRLDiITELD. Ar St. August.. .:..::.. ........

uniform fund of the Tampa rifies. This all hate to take Castor Oil, KSGniTOB CO., ATL1XT1, CA. LYSt.Aug11IIC.ArJacboD'Ue. 81Sa 76Oa I ................. STYLES of

is as it should be. As the State does but not LATOL, which is palatable. OLD BT ALL PKVOaXBTS.
Trains 311 and :8 between 8L Augustine and
not uniform the troops the people Jack..out1l1f1.
The U. S. Gov't Reports IN THE MATTER OF TIlE ESTATE OF Tralu32,38 and 208 dally except Sunday.
should help the company in their own WILLIAM H. SPECK, DECEASED. TraIn 78,south of SL Augutt le,daily except
town at least.-Gazette.Newa. Shaw Royal Baking Powderuperor I Sunda7.

all others. PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS against
Lrao WART CoupH BALSAM baa no estate of WILLIAM U. Srccx deceased, PALJ.TKA BRANCH
are beret y notified to present the same tome.
equal as a remedy for Coughs, Colds, The Ladies' Guild of St. Mark's Administratrix within the tune prescribedby 8T&TIOYS. Yo.5t. IfO.I5a. lfO.1I6 11'0.51
law, and all Indebted to said estate
Influenza Bronchitis and all diseasesof Church will give a supper .on the 20th, are required by persons this notice to make immediate L" E. 'alatka. 11 lOa 12011p J 60p 4 35p

the Throat and Lung Made only to which the public are invited. pa meat of the same tom agent.CHARLES J. &r. Falatk&.... 1130a 1225p .OOp 4 MptiTATIOs.
KoaiBO,al his office.In Palatka,Florida.
Bond & Co. Md. YO.15O. 11'0.63. iio.64 1I0.M
SU George Hotel. Ly. .... BEST and MOST HANDSOME.
Palatu. 1135a 12 Sop tol'lp a 00p the.
For sale by Ackerman Stewart Pa- 4 Attorneydmini .
Rex* P. CALHOCJT, Jal7-8w Az. E Palatka II Ma 121iOp 4 Sip a lop
latka. F;a We feel special pride in mentioning January 17th 1896.Grove .
Trains between Falatka and Eats oJ'a1atU
Miss Nellie Brandon, a charming this popular hotel. In the presence of daily except: : Sunday.
all the discouraging circumstances of..1 PATTERNS are included in the Large*
young lady from Leesburg, who has for Sale Trains 37 and 38 consist of Pull- ,
the past season the St. George has
been spending the holidays in the city, man Palace Cars only.
doors The has found
returned to her home last week, much kept open public I Buffet Parlor Cars on Trains 23 Stock just received. In the line ofGents'
here the comforts of a wtll ordered hotel I
to the regret of her many friends here. ORANGE GROVE and EIGHTY and78 between Jacksonville and
at a price that has been in keeping i
To get a pair of pants out of our fag with the hard times which I ACRES of LAND, within two miles Palm Beach.Thet .
through we
Time Tables show
the times at which
tory that are not perfect in each deW have been passing. The winter season of Palatka. Will sell for one-third rains may be expected to arrire Jja: depart
is next to impoekible. Of course, once from the seTerai stations, but arriTal
is now UDOU us and we are glad to original value. departure at the times stated is not guaranteed. Furnishings
in a while we'll miss a flaw. To cover nor does the company hold itself responsible for
know that the St. George is receiving, For particulars addressP. ny delay or any consequences arising Utererom. -
such a possibility we put a printed .
her share of the traveling public. Mr.
O. Box 464 Palatka Fla
guarantee in the pocket of each pair. Gamble, the propietor, has made the Many Beautiful and Attractive Nov-
East CoastSteamship
If you fled a fault that we missed you
St. George one of Palalka's favorite

can get another pair or your money hotels. When visitiug Palatka etop at Line.Palm .

back. Thus the BUCKSKIN BREECHES the St. George and be convinced.Dontt SLEEP&REST Beach-Kaasaa SerTlce.Steamehlp elties are now offered at very Low-

mean as near perfection in service between Palm Beach andNae.aa
will be Inaugurated January IS. 1898.e .
pants as i. possible. forget Gorton's Famous Mln- For Skin Tortured ) elegant Steel steamship" Northumberland,"
streis at Fry's Opera House to-night of 1.300 ions ourden, will make trips as follows: Prices.
FIRST FACT DRAPKRr. Gorton's (Schedule subject revision.)

Minstrels are said to have some of the 'Be regular and punctual in all BABIES Leave Palm Beach.
hanasomest stage drapery for their things" was one of the old maxims, .... :".January January 21

"First Part". scene used in the min- taught lorg ago. The last is not fcr- And TiredMOTHERS ?' IJfL/Ei-I-r; ;...... February January 2 S

strelsy. It consists of massive :cur- gotten, but the first is scarce remembered ., 4le ?/ ......:.re February(>ruarj1l 8

tams of .Yeme Satin, heavily festooned so irregular is the life of most .......rtkrnaryU
........Feknury U :
and jn.t enough crimson plushto people nowadays. The only corrector And every Tuesday, Thursday aol Saturday C A. PI NINW" :

this evil is Simmons Liver on.AppUctlon thereafter until April L
make the contrast striking; add to ot Regulator

this the entire company in evening which keeps the liver active and 01DtiGura Leave "......

dress, together with the contrast of the prevents the ills of irregular living: Monday on
........ ..............-......Kefermaiy 4
hold( : Band instruments against the Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation, ( Friday ............................ ...rekrrwr 7
ilki-n curtains and TOO have the pic etc. It also cures these troubles. ottday Wednesday..Fetooaryltriday retinaryt*

ture. Will at Fry's Opera Honse .re* aryl4onday.
appear The J. T. &; K. W. Depot his been >> ........-. ..._... February 17

to-night neatly painted by Mr. J. E Manucy; A warm bath with CUTICURA ,th.narc.ruDdiApni AM every Mendav.tJoscpli Wednesday and Friday //0 lng. ,

he will also paint the chops and section SOAP, and a single application ofCUTICURA ) Kiclmrdson ,,

Awarded the great Skin Cure, ,
h 10..*. Yacht S11Sht ad'jperfectly.
World's { will afford instant relief, permit rest i GlKERAL: PA5ft.3l.KE: A&ITT: Sails
Highest Honors Mr. John A. of
BoughUM, Bridgeport -
and sleep, and point to a speedy, I FLORIDA Our OAST RAUwAT.Two .
) .DR.: Fla., has just returned from a economical, and permanent cure of I
We ake will submit.
pleasant visit to Connecticut. We acknowledge the most distressing of itching,turn I Lire Saved a spe vie .

a pleasant call from him on ing bleeding.scaly.and crusted skin I Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction gul outfit.

Monday.We and scalp diseases, after physicians, I City, Ill., was told by her doctors she Rjggl1-and

\'IlltBAliNfi .. acknowledge; a pleasant call hospitals,and all other methods fail. :lad Consumption and that there was Tarts",

Tuesday from Commodore A. J. Root, CUTICURA WORKS: WONDERS, and no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr.

one of Palatka's strongest friends, who its cures of torturing, disfiguring, King's New i>iscoTery completelycured

has been a regular winter visitor to humiliating humors are the. most her, and she says it saved her ij
wonderful recorded. life. Mr. Thos. Egsers, 139 and
this place since: lS S. The Commodore ever SL. San Francisco, suffered from a

is a gentleman of pleasing ad- readful cold, approaching Consumption -
4 ttt4t't;; ; [Goods.
dress, and it is a pleasure to talk with Crrtcnu Bmiwxs are sold throughout tried without iesnlt everything
world. Porno Darw "*. Coca.eo...,SoleJ"roprieton. else then bottle of Dr. .
him.Mr. ,&.toa.U.&a.eAnabouttbsBead.Sk1nSe.1pSadReW. Iinjfs Xew Discovery, and in two pew 1DusUatec Catakrg>:o

POWMH i Chas. S. Darnall, of Roanoke, *free.ntUPLXS weeks was cured. He is natarpftv .--.' -oCEO. .. I

Va., was in Palatka Tuesday. Mr .Blackhead*,red and oily skin pre thankfuL It is such results, of which co.,
rilfl rented aad eared by CCTICCTA BOAT.HSTiSTMLlff. these are that the wonderful -
prove r- I
Darnall is in : CHlCAOOt
MOST PERFECT MADE.A contemplating locating ellescyof this medicine in B. cJ

.fTartar Powder. Fret Florida, and is making a complete surrey Uoatfn and Cold Free trW bottlesat .

from pure Ammonia.CnpeCream Alum Of any other adutten,. I of the State before so doing. He Bac1ae& Aetenswa A 8tew.;'. Drag Store. ..,aM 304,204 S. Wat rrd T

40 YEARS THE STANDARD. went to Sanford from here. .; B fsdvr M ... tad fLOO.

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HE LOVES THE BIRDSFRANCOIS I r LDDDEN & BATES SOOTH; Rli MDSIG HOUSE ',1 )H mamrag List of in'Unclaimed the Post-Office Letters, at Ps. V -- J )

latka Fla., for the week ending Jan. A

:]tom ahe Gee GE 'TS' LIST.
-- Barton R Dad. Willie

ESTDL I1EP 187T. "; 1)ar'ID" M t! iMtoon. B riountainof i
It T.a Tehl.S' Bight t.Watch the Pwt l>,\'Ili. Aiirr h age, M R
Feed III Pete la Pnblle GanleD-A. I Hail Jeunlc Henderson H

MM Who Is Load by AU and I* *De u the SOUTH Hair. James r Harrison R
Master to the StadeaU. I Jack"ou. J Jenkins. J i-- Dishes l'


Franco Coppee the author of "Foi PIANO, besides the other renowned makes, which we handle iuce fears? Seabrook, Edwrrd Stephens, J H confronts the housewife '
the King," has a great many friends in Do TOO know that we have our own Factory in New York, employ our Tbonwn, R L Thomas T K average
\ Paris,but none of them is more devoted own skilled workmen, and can In\&.you a BETTER VALUE FOh YOUR Woodruff E Young,John I after all the family have dined. They are rc-ory dishes, ,

than the little birds that lire in the Jar.. MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE? LADIES' LIST. too, and hard to get perfectly clean with ordinary soap and

din do Luxembourg. They know him a. We refer to the LUDDEN & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully invite Bell, U Brinson, L water. A good many thoughtful wives have discovered that

oon as they see him come in at one of comparison.We Goodwin, Nora Missouri, S the best, easiest and quickest way to wash dishes is to use

the wide gate, his shoulders drooping are proud of the Piano that bears our name. You will be proud and Mitchell, L Hand, Ida

1 Ids bead hanging forward his face pale pleased to possess one.EASIEST. house, Susan.

;from ill health. They know in just TERMS. LOWEST PRICE*. GOLD DUSTWashing
(which' Persons calling for the above letters :
one of his pockets be carries the
Jacksonville Branch, GEO. E. BRADY ACK, wily jnieaw ay "ADVERTI<;ED."
big piece cf bread which be is going to
16 W. Bay st Manager W p ANDKRSOX. P. M. r
divide into crumbs for their benefit, and CHAS. E. ROWTON. Sole Agent for Palatka. .. Powder )
they probabl.a.y in their own special
language: DID YOU EVER in the dish W tet. It acts like magic-cuts the grease and

tAb, here is Friend Coppee. bleu 1 Try Electric Bitters as a rcr*"rly for makes the dishes dean. All cleaning is made easier by this.

mml"1hey your troubles? If not,get atAe: now great cleanser. It is cheap, too-that's the best of it. 350. $$]
are not the only ones that knowel and get relief. This medicine Has been for a large package. Sold by all grocers.

>at Ooppee<< has in his pocket All the found to be peculiarly adapted! to the THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
relief and of all female KU
cure com .
Latin quarter people who come and go TUBULAR: STEEL MOWER. wonderful direct {j Chicago 51. Lows, New York. Boston hll.delphla0H ((4 3
plaints, exerting a
through that corner of the Luxembourg
influence lu anJ tone -
garden which faces the Odeon know that giving strength
to the organ If you nave Lrtss oiAppetite
the gentle author rarely) misses a day in
Constipation, Hea< riche
big to the birds. And when he
yt' Fainting Nervous
Spells, or are Sleepless :
appears with a peculiar swollen appearance I ,. Excitable, Melancholy) or troubled -, LOOK I SAVE MONEY.

about. One of bit pockets they draw with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters
quietly off to a respectful distance to is the medicine you need. Health and

cratch.As I I Strength are guaranteed by its\' use.Large By Buying only FERTILIZERS
Boon as the circle of spectators. I bottles only fifty cents at < ckre-

workmen in blue blouses, students in man Stewart'8 Drug Store.

corduroy and ekmch bats, nursemaid
with barelegged children-as soon ai .)f. H. Mann, of Nassau count has VJITII A PURE BONE BASIS.

these elements, which might possibly grown this season turnips weighit 20

"be: disturbing, have taken themselves fat .q y pounds. J ENRICH your LANDS and YOUSELVES.e

enough out of the way, the birds cleat
ia around the poet until sometimes a The Winter Schedules
E NCOURAGE one you may
hundred of them will be fluttering about Several important changes inMhe

ids bead or about his feet Florida
schedules took place on the
.Then be takes out his piece of bread, railroad last Monday. Both: the Plant K NO'V, to use DARLING'S FERTILIZERS because they areSAFE

and crumbling off one corner toseea! a
morsel up in'the air. Instantly there ii n t System and the F. C. & P. are operating and RELIABLE to use for

flutter of vings and two or three of through vestibuled trains from *

.. the birds dart upward, and the moet for. New York to Florida.

funate one catches the crumb in its flight The J. T. & K. W. Inaugurated a ANY CROP, making a STRONG, STOCKY

*..d settles down again to his place in solid yestibulcd train between Jacksonville
the flock Perfected for 1895t continues to lead nil other makes
and Tampa Bay Hotel, leaving QROWTII, and Sweet Juicy VEGETABLES and FRUITS that are
One crumb after another is thrown
for strength, durability, lightness of draft and case of ,
oat in this direction and that, and occasionally o Jacksonville daily at 10:50 a. m.,reaching

a few are scattered on theground management.This Tampa at C:0o p. m., returning, ENGAGED ahead, by those MERCHANTS who do

so that the less adventurous Mower is the culmination of over 40 years' leaving Tampa at 10:15 a. m.and reach

Breaker spirits may hare their share. experience. Send for Catalogue. Jacksonville at '):40 p. m. NOT want only tke VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables.
Finally a good fat crumb is pinched off,
The night trains between Jackson
but not thrown. It is held invitingly
between the thumb and finger, while VERTREES *&!CO. ville and Tampa are running upon the TARE.time and write AT ONCE to the

the poet looks at his birds M much as to General Agents, Palatka, Fla. old schedule.

'say: The East Coast Railway now run four

"Come, come. Too know your friend trains dally between Jacksonville and <'

'O)epee. Give me a nroof of your affection VERTREES & CO. St. Augustine, and the Plant System 14. Darling Fertilizer Co

mine, "as I am giv -g you a proof of I have also improved their excellent ser ,

There is a great flatter then among -WHOLESALE DEALERS IN- vice. -

the bird., a great cocking of pretty JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA,
\beadft, much sharp glancing of bright Hay Grain Flour Meal and Grits I7When in Brooklyn or New Yor
eyes. Finally one particularly brave on And obtain their to meetthe' times,
little creature makes wide toward hemian Cafe," at 91G Bergen street
a curve
the imprisoned crumb, but hi* where yon will find a full line of fine

courage deserts him on the way, and be Orange Box Material. pal atka, Fla Tobacco.Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars de7-and

circles back to hit place without the jTAlso. General Agents for Tedders, Hay Rakes, Binders and Materia

:iprize Coppee rubs the crumb a little Ream je2Mf
BO that a tiny morsel of it falls to the PINE TAR SYRUP The Little Putnam Saloon.

ground where it is quickly picked up.
Jt is as if be said to his small flock: 1 The Florida Press Association and Quickly cures Coughs and Colds

.' ,"See my little friends, it is a good GENERAL"GRANT'S FUNERAL the National Editorial Association will Peek's drag store, com.er Second and .. ................------ -- .
mmb. Where is your confidence? nave : Lemon streets.
I Th Froeeealoa IB Few w. $ meet in St. Augustine on the 21st inst.,
3: ever betrayed you?" York ; Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH
MOea la Length. and remain in session until the 25tb.
As if ashamed of having hesitated sc
The procession, eight miles .The latter association will then make a
long, a bird makes a dart toward the I iF -
outstretched band poises with fluttering wended up Broadway between lines ; tour of the State. There will be about i'r
old soldiers-flags veiled, drums i a All the Latest and Most Improved Ear Fixtures.
wings above it, picks daintily the one thousand members of the National : .
and reversed. The Grant
crumb and then bears it triumphantly arms : r.-
away Editorial Association and
great good
Mrs. Grant who unable ,
I except; was A Finely Assorted Stock of
ia its bill After that; it all goes
be present, followed in four may be expected to result from their
as a marriage bell Two or threi
birds.merry will be eating from his hand at succeeded by the general's old staff, visit on account of the write-ups upon Wines, Whiskies, Beer Domestic and Imparted CIgars, .Tobaccos Etc, Etc.
calineOftlceTS and detachments
the same time. They light on bit shoulder I their return home. I

on his arm, on his hat Grand Army poets. Members of I C :8: E3ER.BER.A. HPiaoiE3Lcmon
Aztec club survivors of the I When nervous sad: run down; when ,
The spectators meanwhile are full ol
war, formed a group. President the blood is out of order when
breathless interest A child whose loud : ; you Street Palatka, Fta
cry of delight startled the birds into land rode with Secretary Bayard, I feel languid and tired from no apparent .

sudden flight is unceremoniously jerked they were followed by the vice I cause, take Sarsaparilla and i ,
and the cabinet, the supreme court Celery Compoun It cures Scrofula,
back by his nurse with an emphaticTaistoL" I
.' The student. talk in an undertone I Hoes, United States senators and a I Boils, Eczema and all diseases of the Florida Cantral and Painsnlar Railroad.Short
mittee of the house. Governor Hill blood. Co r about the dear master, as they
hit suit and a committee of the Hysteria Made only br R. H. Bond THE {
can Coppee. legislature were of the also I& Co., Baltimore Md. For sale by
Last winter, when there was an unusual Ackerman & Stewart Palatka, Fla.
amount of snow in Pam Ooppee tlemen who had occupied diplomatic For DURABILITY, BEAUTY .. Line Between Florida and all Northern
consular offices under Grant while I SWEETNESS OF TONE -
was particularly attentive to the want ,
ident. Besides all these Points..
cf his birds which in their turn were filling 150 were Save Youroney.. and LIGHTNESS OF TOUCH
than ever appreciative of his good guests I
Over the ashes of the mar who One box of Tutt's Pills will ARE UNEXCELLED.
offices, for the snow made pretty pone "Let I save ONLY 138 :MILES BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND JACKSONVILLE
said have all
us peace"
picking for them. And on cold days it dollars in doctors' bills If yon want a hlgi grade Piano .t e median -- -
memories were forgotten. Speaker many EYEREnrSAYANNAH; AUBUSTA6A.r COLUMBIA WASHlNSTfl.ALTIU
was no uncommon sight to see the students price, buy the Boston.If ,
rush up to the poet after be had lisle and ex-Speaker Randall rode They will surely cure all diseases want an attractive case, bay the
Congressmen HLsccck and Reed :ton. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK. BOSTON AN THE EAST.
finished his dole and turn up his coat
Morrill with Senator OockrelL of the stomach,liver or bowels. .L -
collar or tighten bis muffler' or buttonhia I If you want the best Action m any Everett,dtacoo, Atlanta, Chattanooga, bUleL Dlnine; CinefnnaU. a. es t'
overcoat with Ransom Ingall with No Reckless AssertionFor plan, buy the Boston. ETert-tt.: : Btrmingham. Molly 8pringi,Memphis,Ltttl Rock. Kanau City ,1o. Cbisi p
Famous Confederates, Sioux City.i .. -" _. -.-"..44teNtaw....---.- ,.-1... ...-
"Dear master must, the.wou1d be more careful say affectionately of- by their gray silk sashes, frat sick headache, dyspepsia, 'tHE! BQSTOn: PIANO (GO.;: River Junction. ren- ,acoU. Mobile, ew.Orn.D" Teiaa. Mexico Cam oral* aD tradActCou&.
"you -
with Federal chieftains. General -'EFFECTIVDECEMBER 2 isas. rlQausil:: -.J... :
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'''ourself. You know yon are not strong Johnston and Bnckner officiated malaria, constipation and biliousness South Buckeye St., WOOSTER. O, ..JiB
and it is cold, and we need yon as muchas
the birds do." Sherman, Sheridan and Logan ,a million people endorse A Great DiscoveryojyBj .run. fe.s NEWYORK LIMITED and

To the birds and the students he is ml- the pallbearers. Three other TUTT'S Liver PILLS Y o'a.. NEW YORK[FAST MAIL

.ways "the dear master." It was Ooppee southerners Wade Hampton, VOODIlsINE.] r.... Leave Jacksonville 7 :30 a. m. & 6.20 p m
Lee and Gordon also
were present f
who wrote and read the poem for the
the funeraL-President E. Bt 4"I e. dallr with Tbroajch Pullman Sleepers for
unveiling of the bust of Henri Merge: The Oily Fmta SiecenM Rood Preteens ,. Everett:8aT anati. Colombia.Waihlngton Baltimore .
Jardin da Andrews in Scribner's.a a a.v.+,..a PhiladelpbU New Yorf,ft*ton and all
In that; same HENRY STRUNZ
\ i :Eastern point arrive Jack,onrill.sea p. n.
name idolized by the whole \ ITS MANIFOLD USES I IOw 4 r!+ ONLY LIST THROUGH THE BEACTirCI.
Latin quarter, and it is doubtful if the \ Liberal COUNSELLOR AT LAW traum nt will DOUBLE life of mootperihble 0 4 HILL COUNTRY or MIDDLE FLORIDA,
Proposition. of wood f .c
t ,,, ,, + rEXSACOLAaodCSCAMBLt:
would have permitted L
students yof The only wood preaenrer rndoTMdaiv!In tuby
PALATKA XATIOSAL BASK:! BCTX.DUO. railroad for croM-tiea and platf arm*. '
whom they did not mH&LaCsin E T111ES. EBALD has folding a. : o Leave Jacksonville 9.25 a. m
Will make red or black oak lart longer than ?
Successor to JOSETH H. 8rarroas.l'IIaving
the ceremoni1 Ooppee Us not rD-- ngeD1ent8 with the "Word white oak croM-Uea. Cam show the two aid by Y "4. o For Lake aty. LJTe Oak, Madison Mo.Ucello,
ODU'1lllf" Trench f astdon, be b t\b Publishing Company, of aids f or U ream L t' TalUhaaaee.: her Junction renaaeola, Mobile.
TreU extending over Jt yean that are a-
be makes fcyiterior'18 : by which It is enabled to | ? resigned the office of State toondiog.Valuabto. 0 Z\ New Orleans' ,*
writings as\ne who iairooC Attorney, I have resumed the practice on wooden boats bottom of rev 0 a dth.8oathwetlC, JlexJco California and theo
In whose heart be ] >e "Word and Works, a of law in all H? aeb.ete.A .a primer. In many nag preferable to s'1 s' a..i Pactfle coaat. Carrie Weeper. Arrtre Jack-
ranches.W. Manue T.10a.m.
and deservedly popular aa*keys
inconsolable ngret when .' H. Wioo. U ns'poo.Will '
neT Irl R. Hicks the produce good revulu on all wood above 07 'k Leave Jacksonville 9.25 a. m-
ever that; may be J vat eather prophet whose Office, No. 1 Shelly) Building, oppo- or under frouad or water. e to Tor Starke. Hawthorne, guar Sprlncs Ocala
plenty of sincere m oarn site Court House. Palatka.Fla. win donblo life pt wood of any kind wbor. s Z t o o t Gainesville, Cedar Key Wlldwoud, Leeabonr,
accurate pro ever mied. TaTarw,Apnpka Orlando. Laoooebee.I4OCity
of the Latin quarter and a source of surprise to Valuable for gripe po t<.fence and other ti r Plant City,Tampa Arrive hats .}e3.a3 p.m.

Jardin du LuxemlWtad t \ 'orld for a number of J. T. & K. W. Trains. kinds Fawool of post work about wetla and dairy housesFor e t CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
:BIm. 0 la TIIETIMES-UERALD wood work about hot houses d
advance. In addition For stable WoreEUCILINE i' ,Leave Jackson 7.00 o-nv
X'of t1 e it '4
i Via Kaoon,Atlanta,CnattanoopuConaecu
bscribet is given a .
farmer in the I..anaaa Umarac for 1S96. The copy Train 23 arrives Palatka 10:05 a. m.; IS AN INSEjjTlC'nE. ji: A CESTRLL + for NaahvfiBe L s istule. Chi-

trio was building stone wal&\ next rear is better leaves 10:10 a. m. daily. 44 1 hare reason to regard this liquid as a.d ;.\ 0. taroeaMinal &points 20 aun.North and, Wast. Arrive

patting it there tc I stay, build} orld-wide reputation, Train 21 arrives Palatka 10:35 p.m.; aa insecticide and fungicide, or at least as rEslSsuug a.s. _
Stet the base 4 feet 1 sal Cosnectloes.
across and years hap an eaves 10.45 p. m. daiI}. an efficient repellant of insects and fungi. -.nvener Hour Springs Route-ST- LOUIS KANSAS
stranger came ridin B t by andtaking ts per copy. The -ALEX. W. PEARSON, 7a Js. n03' CITY CHICAGO.LunJ4cunnnu
Train 9 leaves Palatka 5:15 *
:. care the farmer was said t of "Word and a. m., -Lrr.Agent Unittt Sttttt Dtft./Arrln -" wu.
'You to be careful Monday Wednesday and Friday "/
seem m Ighty TnE TIMES-HERALD: "Dir #ra f YItMil P.Li.Lp.
that wall" "Yep,"' repliedthefai cd the Almanac at GOIXO NOKTIL. 7:GO p. m. via M'at'OIIfAUallta, BimunchaBi. HoHy SprinnMenphU.Sprincfleld.
** ... Kanaas St. Louis. Chicago|Moss City. Only one change to etLonis
l'm er"building beitu to stay. 'T&. a total of 12.25, Train 32 arrives Palatka 5:30 a. m..; Aa4 If y" have 5blnU t. Paint and Chls go. Arrive Jacksonville City 9.43 a.m. .* ...... w .4 .....
> we, replied t le stranger, U through The
blow over just the i I same," "Waal. r the small sum leaves 4:55 a. m. i ricu Wood Prtwninj Co.'s 6.00Loea1 for River Junction and Intermediate points. Arrive JackonTffie J.O p. m.

bar blow over, she'she Ilbesfootb:l Train 78 arrives Palatka 4:00 p. 'm.; 9-50 po m--rOl'.Tampa and Intermediate point Pnflman Keepers a Uri Jacksoavffl
Send for Iteaklet Woodnia* UG a.m.
does," replied' the farmer, oem per whose leaves 4:05 p. m. Tar MASON and ATLA.VTA. TWO TRAEfS DAILY. Leave JaeixmrCta lie....and T-i i p.aPuilmansieetlefs

ting his wok..ut. .-81 n FranciscoA rpired can Train arrives 2:35 a. m., Tues- WNTpftESERYiW CO
". liberal offer by AMERICAN o 'i NIghtrTralns.(

.. ii sum and day, Thursday and Saturday. ioaQNt Car. TENTH.X1EER ST& ,seed forest Indexed lotnublppap ofpriorfcU to
[extended one ( "Trains 21 and 32 carry Pullman PA.
ev Sleepers. PHILADELPHIA. X. & MBQrHHfnMf.TrafisJsTsnstsr. A. O. KACDOJOCIX 0... Pate ajt.

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Tobacco Notes. -r -=, -r :xr kept it from man in a little box, together .. Man. :
with the moon and In one crop, for this or that cause, we get but u.a. L.Jackaoa i11e.r.O.41'. 10/pm 720 amLY.7ackMarln..l'.o.ll' ;j and intestines; cleanse the system effectually core dyspepsia habitual -

tribe.he created salmon.daylight.Another legend little for it when the returns all come U 00 .11I 510 pm EnrettooQ\h.na. .... 116 pm 1 a6 amL. 1: constipation offensive breath and headache. One TAB0LK taken

makes him the grandson of the deity in. Who has made any money ship- CO&I'.... 108 1'.1' 046 pm rr AduW WalIOD, SOU\hena... .... 100.1 am. .00, oem pmy..ere"I' ,I at the flirt indication of indigestion biliousness, dizziness, d(strata after .!

bis father Chattanooga. + /Yam t 2S &III eating or Depression of spirits will sorely and quickly remove the i
baring left earth for a visit ping beans or peas or cabbage or plumsor Ly Mmaa Jt,r. a. a 1'.. 181 pm 10 4e. pm .. Ctaattaatt e a... T n pmLy 121 m

to heaven and there married the chief'adaughter. ? 6ouh'12i .... ...... whole difficulty
peaches pears or potatoes a IUn l. sts pm
Columbia Sftu.-a. t H 110 &III
pm 8c. Len d,&tro 8LU. t" am ."....... Ripans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely used by

Anotber eerie of traditions refers to few nave done fairly well on potatoes At Ctttr1ott.,Suath rn... 10.. 1'11I .15 am Z )fempll It.C.XA B. 010 pmtIO.. wAr the best physicians and presented In the form most approved by
.. ....City, I 10 m
and strawberries H.
the mm, and in a clan of these the mink 1r Ihrf; gtoe.. 1'lu' S. .. ...... 1100 p. modern science.If .
is considered the son of the sun. Theee But enough should go into tobaccoin .. iack.OIlYW. ...... .......... ass ..mAI given a fair trial Ripans Tabnles are an infalllba cu..-- they eon-
8attim.t... Pend,L it 12 06 am 11 J5 pm .. .......... .21.. tH
legends are told by the Bliqnla and each county to combine and employan .A.t 11illa.da1pJ.a. Psaa AI" )laoOO" .......... 116 sat vain nothing injurious and are an economical remedy.
KliTakuetl tribes of British Colombia. expert to give undivided Instruction B. IL.......__.. 115 p.a 100 am a.a"auooc"t1aDt& ........[t 46 pat '
In this the remark. ( :: '
story yon notice first at in all New Pena L B. pm 0 IS am
the least :

Able Once resemblance upon a time to the the mink Greek clayed Phaethon.grace the difficult manipulations year, and details; : A .::Snethera ,. .: ._ 110 :::::::::::::::::::::::::;::: :.:.:.::.:::: :::_:: .r. ONE GIVES RELIEF) ,

hoops with the docks, and the mink and the County Commissioners should For full Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway .;-I!
won. Then they shot arrows at a stick foster and encourage an industry of so System or connections... A quarter gross box will be sent postage paid on receipt ot 50;.

and the mink proved the beet marks large promise by offering a premiumfor W A. TURK C. A. BEIISCOTIH. $- H. RARgllCK.Oen. cent byHipans
man. Then all the docks abused him
the best acre of cured tobacco. bu.Agent AMt. Oe- Pa..Aceat -.NL GeL haa.Agent
and maltreated him and finally broke AUahta.Or, Co.
We have got to look matters squarein WUblai1O, D. C. ChattaoefaTaa.W. ,
bis bow and
said : "We do not care to

play any longer with yon. Yon do not the face and produce a money crop D. ALLEN, : 10 Spruce Street New York N. Y.
even know where your father is." Stung -difficult or otherwiseT. Florida Passenger Agent.

by this taunt mink hastened to his B. HlCKEXLOOTKR. J 8. 1896. 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLe FLA. .. Local druggists everywhere will supply the Tabules if req nested to do so.jh .

mother. She told him his father was in They are Easy to Take Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor's BilL

the sky; it was he who carried the son A Household TreasureD.
.;Ii ;t;_
every day. Mink determined to visit W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,

him and with his new bow shot an arrow says that he always keeps Dr. King's ,

into the cky. The arrow stock in New Discovery in the bouse and his GO T OJOHN
the sky. a second arrow hit the notch of ,
the first and finally a chain was formed family has always found the very best J FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R
results follow its use; that he would ,
reaching from the cky to the earth. Up
this not be without it, if procurable. G A.
ladder mink climbed and arrived at P. DUANEFOR
t Dykeman, Druggist, Catskill, N. Y., S >
his father'* abode. His father was glad
sail that Dr. King's New Discovery is New Florida Northern Air Line
to sne him and permitted him to carry undoubtedly the best Cousth'Remedy
the in his stead for Be ;
son one day. that be has used it in his family for -
most ascend slowly behind the mountain and it has failed
eight years never to And Florida Trunk Line.
and not go fast lest the earth do all that is claimed for it. Why not Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage .
should born. Equipping himself with tried .and tested? ,
try a remedy so long
his father' blanket and nose ornament,
Trial bottles free at Ackerman&; Stew CENTS PER POUND.
mink set cot art's Drug Store. Regular' size 50c and

All went well till Just before noon. $1.00. SPARE RIBS 12$ cents. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF, BEST COTS, 12c. ... ,.. .. h h h h -
Mink became impatient at his slow I :: $>- & <1:1":
d15 cents. &m: c EA oo'i aoarsaax rolari. ooii la 2aii
It is said that there Dumb f Q
,progress began to run and to kick aside are a rl :0I
the clouds which obstructed bis path. small stills scattered over Polk county gFREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY.
'l3Oa ......
45a t30p I nip I20p LT..7acboDyW..A.r 10 041 a 1t11t UCla $2p
Be set fire to earth, and men in order to where corn, sugar cane, etc., are made 1183& 0 Yip t 4sp: 106p 1\2& Lv........Tulee..Ar 1Ia.'Ia 10 7 ., .... 1'42&' .._
the fearful flames into 101St 3 Sip II 25p y'fa. .... .. 1015& Ar..J'ernandina..Ly 8 iOi Shop :11 ...... t lOa 4 6BIt
escape jumped Into liquors. ...... ...... ...-." : 4 e tip II 06a .....Eftret&...._.oAr 'l 413: T 02p .6 ...... ...... _
the ocean. Part of them were transformed ...... .. ... ...... :il'f o ...... ...... ......BM1DIW1ck..L1' ...... .... .. .. ...... ...... ......
into animals, part into real men FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS The Clyde Steamship Co. ... .. ...... ...... naO+ lOlip1142a ... .s"Yannab..L1' DbSa4r i ...... ...... ___
...... ....... ..... tt1t 1041p11bOaLv. 8aY&nD&h..A 648E 434p ..... ... ._
(they had been half man and half animals I MRS. WISSLOW'S BocmufO BurP bas ... ...... ...... 1236& l"pAr..J'alrfu,8.. a..LY. 3lOa Flip e ...... ....._
before). Poor mink was thrown been used for over fifty by milrtonsof ...::: ... .. ..... .. ti .._... ahA!' ...Angnata, Ga., 8t1)p o ...... ...... ..___
yean ...... ...... ...... .5. 122a ..Denmark, S C.. 106& 'i48p a ... .. ...... ......
from heaven into the sea below but mothers for their while teeth- .... .. ...... ...... -Jo: ; 2 tea 0 OOpI Columbia, S C. U 130& 1210& ............. ......
was rescued and carried home. big, with perfect success. It soothes the .. .... ...... ...... 0:o .... ..... M.SparUnburf.S C. ............ .1 l o 1 ...... ...... ......
child softens the gums, allays all pain ..r ...... ...... ...... :5; 1000a,. ..AbhevileN C.. ....... ...... ::4 ...... ...... ...._
The legend of the visit to heaven occurs wind*colic and Is the best ...... ...... ...... Sa T00 etOp ...CharlotteNC1101p/ 14Ia.t1a != ..... ........_
in many of the tribes but with cures remedy ...... ...... ...... .3IIp ..Sallsbury,N C" H...... 7 ffi a ... ...... .. .._
other animals than the mink. for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ...... ...... ...... e :: 1013a104p .Greensboro,N C_ iD" .v'yy ....... .... ...-..
Many little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists ..... .. .. .. .. 4 = n4Oa1200p .. ..DanTiU .V ... O1 ...... ...... .... .
stories.told of the raven are also told in part of the world. Twenty. ._.. ..... ..?. 2"':;: 205a! UlcJiitond: Va..Lynchbarjr ...11'1' a ...... .... .. ......
of mink. He obtained fire for bis every L ...... ...... .....' .. 1451' Ibis Va.Baltimore. .. ; I p ys. ...... .... ....,
too five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for .. .. .. ... __.. =: tot 13 a :' ...t'harlotteu11be""" ...... ...... ....._
tribe, obtaining it from the ghosts who Mrs. Winslow's, Soothing vrPland .... .. ..... e i; 8. e lOp H2a ...Washington. .11 p f1..... .. ..-... ......

bad it in their possession. Mink stole lake no other kind. .::::.1.: :::::: :::::: t1 =iiIJ 1024a a Oba :Philadelphia.- ..... : ;:ilO; : h8.::::::..::::::..::::::

:the infant child of the chief of the ... .... .... .. S20a 12 ..mew York..... I I ........... ..... .... ......
ghosts and would not give it up till the Within the past few weeks another: A

firebrand WAS given him. large sale of laud has been made by the Elegant Through Day Coaches Jacksonville to Charl lt4 on No. 37 aid 3a.CLCLNNATIJACKSONVILLE. .

Farther sooth, along the coast, the Florida Land, Gulf and Development New York Charleston and Floirda Lines. .1.

mn become a more important mythological Company,through Col. W. D. Chipley. HOLLY JSPRIXOS ROUTE.

figore.; It i. said the Salish of The sale embraces 13,000 acres of pine Magnificent Steamships of (this Line are appointed --3 4 Tq SL Loa ,, CMeafo giou: at,.
land in Jackson and soldto. ::
county was ChIeaItO, ToIed. AT
the interior burn food blankets and
II. B. Hatton, of Pensacola, for turpentine to Sail as follows: JliJi; !I DetroiL aenaa a g!I No. 14.1 I I No. ssS
other property an offering to the sun. ;; LonievHle. 1'1'11..5"i:

Some of the important legends refer to purposes. Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both Ways? xA .$: '8JI.poU8.I YIUe ud 1acItaA-Z. -gal 1 6aamLv 7OnprnLv., : ......... .Ja.AUSS2S..Lv.-YlDe.ArIUo.MBOp_

the murder of the son, and to the originof to .. itpro'n,Lv..... BlrataOiaat..L. tl6pa
From New York (STANDARD TIME. From JaeksonTlll, ...
760re Ly. 11.117Spttop .....LT Roam
the new con and moon. From the Florida. .... ... .... ...
(Pier Z9, K. 11.) 8TKAMKR8. 73oa 7 U'waeDonril1e..t U9a ...... U.IaIDLy.\ .8L Zeal LT! fJllpBa
language; and from the legend. it appears W'ednes4a.7..1umarfl..Up. m...... IRQQCOf9 ........ TaHday, January, at JOa.m :936E: .EYereU..Lya ...... lIIIIpmJ.y.... ....Ckleaao.Lv ll1tuOp -
that of the tribes Friday, Janaary3d.at3pin...... ...... .. ALOONQC1N .......Thursday, Jan. Wh,>t l0.10a. m MptnUr.rf&eOll..LT: 11/a9a5epm'...... 7JOplll L.... ....Iy w..L. 73uaiaLT :
: many coast con- Monday J.n."*53.u0p..at. ............ SEMIXUU .... ..........aadayJan. 12. as 130 p. m 'lla ... .... 70OamLv, ....SkmxOltyS ........ Sovpm
sidiJ the moon and eon as the Game In Wecl.lMMaf,Jan,Mb! at 3 p m. .... .... COMANCHK .... ......Tn<*d y, Jan. l4tb at':39 a. m .a39p.. 8OSnnjAr..Atlanta 5 Mam( .... .. -.1......
or at least as two brothers One FrdayJaafethatap.at. .... ...... .... CHEROKEE ........ .-Thursday Jan. HthaUGO a. m lOtOpmjAr LT.tiAUaata.ial .... .... ThrAUgb T Ilmaa !Steeners St. Loato and
pcrm Monday, jaa.13ta at 3 p. m...... ........ IROQUOIS .... ..... .Sunday,Jan. ma, at 6:M a.mWlpdaainnj. I. tanoogs _1_ Jackeom.ine! Steppers through Chieag* orb
i t. rr rune : "A long time apo there wasa .J... ,It'".at S p. m.. .. .... ALr.O QUIX ......... ..TM8cIay,Jan. MM, at T JO a. m ....:. lepm Lv....Ate Ota.... ....... .... PIOUS City red 1 Jackaonville with hat one
Ulan named Momhanate, who was Friday Jan. 17th. at 3 p a.. .. .. ..... 8KMI>OLE .... ....._ThnrA y. JaD. _.t .08a. m .... .. 100npml Ar (lhattago.R*. ....... I. .
Moaday.Onm.Mta.at3p. m .... .. .. .... OOUANCUU" .... .......Sunday Jan.l61hatll30a. mWednesday. .. .... 7&a1AJ' .CiIIc i.. I.. .
blind. As be was unable to endure the Poor Jan.t3d at 1 p. m .... .... CHEROKEE ..........Tuet'da1..J.D. Wtb asU.3Dp. m : aa .I..I
boat of the sun, be went! fishing during Friday, lalt.Mth.at9p. m .... ........ IROQUOIS ......,: Tnnda,.Jah.30th,at t.a. m {A.YSAS. CITY LINK.
., KlMaday,Js. I7tk.at3 Po m.. .... ...... AL6. Sd at S*0 a. m Tbroort v; roper Jacksonville to Holly Spring,
the night When the day began; to .. Wedneadny, ... SMh. at a j.. m. .... SEM111 OLD ......... ..Tuesday. Ftto. 4th,at 740 a m I Holly proaly. g. to Kai ro City. (One chang
dawn, hu wife would go down to the ; Fntsy+ Jan. 3Ut Sew, at V|>. m... .. ... ...... COMANCIIE .. ........Tb y.t'&Caast.3Da. aStgntaee DAt Co Ac..per l'iO' .. tvsouaa TO ATw'r.' .) r
beacb and call him borne before the sun Steamer.CLYDE'S ... )[ .JIU'I, I8di&a !'e r-

TOM. One day, however, his wife slept health ST. JOHNS RIVER LIWE. .. .::::! rHory.Noe. __I Iio.N.=

too long and it was already daylight IS sad SdeQnaacWn... AUaata at 7oSpm7 .J'acboa..ne..4rl 11oam
... ....
when she awoke. She called to her husband than Steamer "G1TY OF JACKSONVILLE." 1143a.m. for Ctettanoega, antrlaK as Chat9EApa T 43aa r.r..A.&Iuaa.E""t..L..... ...Lyl t 62Mta 3e1'im
'means so much more tadoot}.1 p to.. Sleepers to and from JaekaoaTllW. .. .
to return as quickly as possible, ,r Onnfi r. .. ...._LY,2, IkMD
and CAPT. W. A. SHAW. '1108p11l U' .. .. .Stem ... L., Sltna935aat
tat before be reached the shore be had you imagine-serious / .._ ..
'r. Sp I M o Lyl SMpaaIOOn
melted. Then the SOBS determined to fatal diseases result from Leave Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street, at 3.30 p. m., Sundays 4r.... Rams ..._..._._.LY,10., ...

avenge their father's death. They madea Tuesdays and Fridays for Palatka Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate ....
trifling ailments ne lected. INO&. P No. and \T"t Ylor and NewIXOII. 7:5G11.: ,
chain of arrows and climbed up. They Landtag.ou the St. Johns Hirer. !a84 jwth s I.ad 4'sad itDally.
killed the with Don't with Nature's' OrleaD. 1 Daily. Daily.i .
their play
son arrows and General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay Street,-JaefcM>nvtllet Fla. .

';then thought 'What shall we do next?' greatest gift-health. f. A.,, J. COLE. Geeeml Pa.eeB +r Agent, Jl.IRONMONGER JR.. Fla.Ps...Alrt. .... ....1 i SElani!Lv..Faraand. .......... ....Ar. .. ... -6"-pat ----is
The older one said, 'Lei us be the bun' .. : S ItowUnc Green. New York 204 West Bay SU JacksenTUl*, Fla ; J team Lv .. Ar '. '. ..3:
Ise ::: :::: :
: i :::::: .:: :
eean0 v..Jaelssa'
Ify fet1i"tr .. F to. A r 5 4 am tDpaa rix
c a JL It. CLYDE A.T. M.I \ L. HOWARD,FU. Fr-t
and be asked the brother where be oat of lortl.weak JW" St ,Art.JacksonTiBo, Fig < 1t6Op $5 Rai Ar... .... .. ....BaMwi, .... .... ......Lv 4II>m"J =
Green, New York Ft. .
Howling Hogan 12 .... .... .. .. .. ... ...... .. .
wanted to The latter answered, 'I and aeeeraRy ea- at "" "
go. D. D. C. )lL K. C. F. A. A. LESLIE. I
b.as'ed, Iterus, Superintendent JacksonrlBe, his ltMDM D ".... ... .. ...star .. .... .... ..,." 4--j'fipaa 0
wtll go to the night; you go to the day. B ro VII5t have DO Jr.Delaware. Phladelphla. Foot Hofan St, t IO. 135pn ...... .... ..... Gal_, 4e .... .... ...." .. .a tbaa c
And so they did. The younger brother and. cu"t appettte work. 111W.: O. CQKK.T.!: 4L S Bowline Green 1'ew'\ork: 54 ........ 630pm ..... ..........Cedar 1 ty.... .........." .. &. 0
t.lt.I r13ttam 182pm ... .. .. .. ... HawtlxCltr rue... ... ..... alTa&12
became the moon, the elder the son. I Inlr begta tbelllostnll.on .t oace .- WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts. ii 2 item J Olp .. .. ..... ....... .. .. .... .... ...." 3 0sam 12 Olpm s

subsistence Ac the salmon from is the the Sacramento great staple river of I I./ ble medicine ItrnctheelncI' iron which sit.isBtows's 11 80. Delaware* rkUadelphla a Howling Green, New fork I 2 :306am: .2 23'p. :.:.:.:::::::::.:.:.:.:SUrer. ITOtm SjOc. E:. .:::.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:::: } 58a1a;11 7'= xn uA.t .

aorthward, so with it are connected the ten. A few bot.Be II I 4 Fem 3/IOpm/ ..... ... ......WUd, GOd. .... .... 111 dipm 1016E 1'-:
ties care-MII.fit q beam! .2Opm .. :. .. ......Lees 'erg .. .. .. . .. .... 3ewa r-a
greatest Dumber of superstitions. Messrs. _. fro. thenry.doeea main tt1pua ".... ... .....Ta' rH.. ... .. .. .... I1110pm'! 5 -
'Lewis and Clark, mentioning the cap- 1 ltters (0 7r, .5Oam UI\PlDj ...... .. .. ..Orl .ad. .... .. ... .". I GOplll 7tteats "l
'! stars err .. .... .... 300m'' .nnt rPark. ." .4'npm 77lkn !7
tore of the first caiman at The Dalles in = and SEED DEPARTMENT. W 120aaa 2lpm! : ". .. St. C ." 11 IJJm: t
1807, an occasion of great rejoicing pleasant tCJ take. = 6tllam t5Ipm .. La' 'bee.. .. .. (104.tpm 91ieu. x 1'y;.;
J cr.am 6011pm, ". .. .. ..D., .. ,(In34pm'tekm
... _+ '
arrival, It Cures Seeds i eeehed.vrr n am '7 30pm ,. .. .1:' y'" tabnm" .6848, 2 0. = 1A
cabbage and Jurnjp Just !! .& ... ... 1'l
dressed the fish '
and cut it into smallpiece 6 .
*, one of which was given to each Dyspepsia, Kidney aid Liver == 145pa tapm Ir=I At tdlle ." I-n-!' ; 7
child in the village. At tHe mouth of Neuralgia, Troubles, Kur AU. KINDS or- 11 2 lSam 124apm ".. Mk .....:: ... ." 4 11'.81 34a. 3 4iaa y r r+
oo.t.mffi I 3t'DI : 1 J4a
.. ...
the Colombia the first salmon could be Constipation, Bad Blood : ... 4 2' 21Spm. cello.iOQ .. ............. .." / -.1111aa
eaten only by the medicine men. The > Malaria, Nervous ailments JUGS aJ}IQINES C ...... .32pm irpm "" -- .. .. . .... .:. 21"-: d

taking of the first fish of the season was Women's complaint '. R run t.:::::: i124Mt/ i 4
Pure Toilet Articles and Goods. I 'ft1'OQ b npptm .. .: .." ,
Fancy PuJ1man'l1
everywhere the occasion of a fnast The Get only the genuine has crossed red SOntun .. satla.... . .." 6 'Pa' S lSsJ Y
salmon dance and the 'lines oa the wrapper. AH others are sub '. PERFUMES. BAY HUM. ::;:"re'J&eklOIlYUl.! .. oblle
wan performed SPONGES CHAMOIS SKIN'S, ET( ?35*tp 01'1.7:: ::: ::: i == "
stitate On revcii*of two*e. stamps we :: ; ::. ..
anticipations of plenty lightened every 1 will send set of Ten B aatifnl World's Extracts for the Handkerchief. Onr stock comprises all of the Popular
heart The earlier fish could not be ob- Fair View and book-iree.
Painters' Etc.
1 Odors. Paint, Otis and Varnishes, Krnshes, Supplies, .
tained at white BROWN
any price by man tin-
:less it were fire cooked lest be should ACKERMAN to.aY &eept SndT t/IIIIIl.'f''J1I : Tad 1pa..
& STEWART wee a.a HavanA .mein. t-k&I"r .Ianu f.. S&JSa.. BMr aml Key
'100 it with a knife instead of a stone 1Naael ear )femr..oane.'tJt..t. T LlL. ('If' ...' & "t ttIrA.
noctc at Brrer Jaoetion: for/'hattati ><')CD< P.tveraeaasrs lk a'tdApsbteYtr nle. f
> .Tit it CI'OMWiIl'Ibe Heart always nnAUb1l -
was I and SEEDSMEN. ( agewillbechecked from I- ;nnIk'pnt. "nea_ .. pk'aJa1f ""nila.
roasted and eaten lest a dog should J. Murphy. DRUGGISTS r Hogan*trec! .M weD as at the Caiur, ;). IH.t : ket oSee.: wID dtJ tlckf't ","ce.Tick't" .
f'\' hand rmore salmon would be .1. Il
-- '"[ :ti Wet WARJHIAU
-ten. Ou the ripening of the salmon S. 8. PENNINQTON TnXf JUuatcer. ltroet cwa r NottisJ.r ksrmIb -

.,-t.:.ITT tilt these soboc'uj ni.s' by are that abated time the being cawing rendemo [.C1l1Oll n Sias t Bmiard' Parr dWnoL r POULTRY, Grape Fruit and A OYACDO1lLL. f;,',,. Pa sr. A.'..F.a.'':''. i

nta-n Th>.. fmywtt"lttiOIM have .SALE AN1 RETAIL Boone's Early

yi taut at u>o tubes nearly died" away PURE BRED STOCK.!! / GUT 4P yDOlIRY CK mij

I..L- feast have been dwoootiuoed and WiNES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. I Orange Trees l 'PJRw
v'c salmon
urea ueglectod.NartiandCiregonian. Agent for the celebrated J. W. liar BROWN and WHITE LEGHORNS I

per & Silvester Whiskies. A lull tin EGGS for Hatching $1 per IS; three j And Bud WoodOf

A* Infallible Te &. of the bet brands at the lowest prices $..50 live $1.
settings, ; settings, f the following varieties for sale
A miser had died very suddenly. The Fowls shipped at single express rates. Grape Fruit, Boone's Early Tangerine
doctor who was called in to certify! his Wais11es: ,
-ALSO-- Durar and Jaffa. Also, an kinds of fV f/ : .

death appeared to have feri doubts about Rye. .. ........ .. .... ...SI SO DEDICATED FISH Peach, Plum, Pear Trees and GrapeVines ...> '"
the.case. MOM.... .:...... :..:.:.. ............. JOG for sale. Taber's Trees at hit V" .

Place 10 mark:piece in bis hand," Sliver Wedding*....:.::::::::::::::::::::: a im MsaresterRy MEAT MEAL and prices delivered f. o. b. Welaka and sooas'-sue

laid the old housekeeper th?deceased. t'talld6rtI..a..A."Bourbon.... ....00 MICA CRYSTAL GRIT Paiatka, Fla. AddressF. OuR Til't 8Z,7

"If be doesat grasp it, you may safely j.W.ilarper.......o-.::......:;6 OQ Write for_prices toC.BAILIL C. COCHBANE, OvR PR/CL3 ATN2l LOhJrr -

make out the order for hi* buriaL- Trade s
Wegweisez. The Jn& specialty. Country Cochrane's Book Store,

orders solicited. ocSB-tf BolJat.erlacheB.1'J&. M8- Palatka Fla

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t..E-HERALD.. JANUARY 17. 1896.
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by pensioners and applicants that the' CON DITON( UF TRADE EVERY FAMILY i can't see it allCodliver

tAUSED B AIONGD DEB BAT medical division of the p !t.ionhnreaa SHOULD KNOW THAT.ft I
fails to properly regard the reports and oil is something more than a fat Its peculiar a

findings in pension claims made by various number of substances
I action depends on a which
| board of the United States! exI A Quietness With Slowly Increasing I I among

The Bill Granting a Pension to I I aminlng surgeons and declared that it I might be mentioned iodine and phosphorus. There can be
du3 to the rfSdals of the departments Activity Reported.
substitute for cod-liver oil because there is other oil J
Cogswell's Widow. : to pensioners and the public that
i the truth or falsity of the charges be ESOOUSAOEDBom j known which has in natural combination with it such a l
'made known. It called upon the secretary number of valuable medicinal '
TEE WaD: OF SENATE AND HOUSE : of the interior to furnish copies of large agents. ;

I I the reports and findings by boards of Z arce Orders For Patnro Dellrvryaad

i examining surgeons, irrespective of lo- an laer*** IB the Export l> maad.Tho i
Ae latter Te k the Peal ApprerIMle. I
Up Icality in the first 80 claims for original & ?U&nwkLY
BUI Immediately Cpn ..- pensions rejected on medical AaaoBaeed Decline la the Fries
.al. and Mr. Aawered CerCritlelnaa (I IIn"'ali4 ".t .ra boa Wa DUooBatcd nod
g Jfertkway grounds after Nov. 1. 1891 after Sept I I

-.wa *, Barlaff That P... .aa 1, 1893, and Oct. 1, 1895. An objection I Ra Bad Little Effect.CHATTAKOOOA. Cod-liver Oil, with the hypophosphites contains the whole <

.....4.. Irea .. a Broad Spirit.WASHnroroir Mcdellan to its consideration(Dem.. N.was Y.) made by Mr. I I Jan. 14.-The Tradesman's oil, with its natural properties, and in a thoroughly emulsified

,Jan. 14.-The bill granting During the morning hours in the senate I I: reports. to southern industrial I r *RNAI very,remark sad EXTERNAL If e remedy use,lath sod for w!.#o.sVrfttl .: or digested condition. The hypophosphites increase the

,a pennon ef $73 monthly to the I on motion of Mr. Voorheee (Dem., and business conditions for the weekending i*tt*(oicA-action to rtlitrctlitrcis. appetite and impart strength to the This

jrfdow of the late Brigadier General Ind.), a resolution was adopted appropriating I: Jan. 14 show quietness with I PaIn-Killer::::.dCeacbi for veer., nerwis system.

in congreu: $250 for the purchase of a portrait !, slowly increasing activity. Chill*,. Diarrhea, DreBtcrr, CnuB*.. combination has marked curative properties in a number of
Ooggiwell representative
a of the late Allen O. Tburmaa. ,j e..I....,sad aU Bowel CbmptamMLp.lekB
''from Massachusetts at the time of his Mr. Pntchard (Rep.. N. 0.) called up I I The lumber manufacturers are a good Pain-KIller IM T II R BEST r::': diseases of the skin and scalp, to which scrofulous persons

laath, caused a long debate in the sen- the amendments he offered to the reve- j I deal encouraged by the placing of some ..., Hlrk Ileariaehe stir known, Pate for la the I are peculiarly liable. Such diseases chronic eczema,ringworm

ate. Mr. Hill and Mr. Mills wanted In.formation Sue bill to Increase the duties oa certain i i large orders for future delivery and by Back 8Ue,Khe.mall..and"earat.fa.t and other skin; affections are often quickly cured
kinds ef marble 1 iron timra \ ,
clay;, ere, Paln-Klllcr nLINI"1t rPt.
to the pursued inranting the increase in the export demand,
M system
live stock, cerealsts, wool and ooX I .D E. It briop .po.dy ad ea r.le.Jto the constitutional effects following the use of Scott's Emulsion.
th... special pensions. aad 1 or the purpose el tddressijig the senate |I|which grows larger,e f ery week. Lorn- ai can* of JtrBlso. CaU: Hpralaa, 50 eta. and ft a bottl. SCOTT ft: BOWNZ,CbemUts New Yetk.
discriml- thereon. favored tke ber firm at the list H.T r. Bams, to.PainKIIICr
Mr.Allen(Pop., Neb.eppoeed I Rs M&i tnAtef : prices are quotations,
... lions, saying: the JCcKialey law and She free coin.a and but little is heard of cutting price. t ::.m T:f tbW

r! want. go on record. opposed to .. of silver.Re .rhaale, Farmer, Plaster, slier, and.
sales. The decline
to effect announced
U fad all tiUfft wantlDf a medlrlae alw r at
distinction between the widow of denoumeed the southern Deao- ozteiaaur,
BJ: basd.and.W t earn laivraallr or A Most Liberal Offer.
he private soldier and that of brigadier crate far their recreancy to heir ewa in the price of southern iron was dii- with certalntr of relief. Victor Hugo handled the pencil in

othergenerals. section. ht Hunted and has had little effect, espe IS RECOMMENDED THE TlMES-IlTOAtD has *.,
feneraja, major generals or any ls e1.w } I his leisure momenta. An enthusiastic ar ngej
." unexampled prwperi3 tb Jfcg-i ciaUyas the labor erganjcations will noteonte.t By JfkyHcMiu.by Jfitrtonerit by JIwJ;; ,"by to furnish tie: Wa hmftnu Weekly
I JtceAfnict by Jfvrtei XotyUaU.BY admirer of lingo has a collection no
It wu the plain private soldier he land manufacturers and unkruptcy and the reduction in wages which EVERYBODY.itMlf. Post and THE TTMKS-HERALU huh for

added, who met the brunt of the war. ruin to the farmers a&S ptodnoertofthe follows the lowered price. If iron production n .. KtcSlcIM OM far lest than 400 drawing by the author one year for only $01.2.;. '&h< Washington .

To hear senators talk It would beThought south. continues at its present stiff*, 1 n-KIll C aad tow, T eMlaUT of "Les Miserables.GazeLte.S ews. Post is an 8-page weedy, andIs

that brigadier general* won I When :Mr. Pritehfcrd had finished, the coal miners will be kept in operation ) *-p :(without uiUy eaa a lorplr afford to or be it. without WitBTaloable the leading paper at the National

ae war. it was a species of "namby Mr. Hill (Dem.. N. Y.) chides M. at present, and no change will nmntj la the hoaM. IM prtce brian and of the
Capital one leading '
ambyism and flnnktrisu." It was aninAmerican former for the inoonsis e be mad until July next, the beginningof Itwttbln the rMeh ef all, sad It will as salty GO TO JACOBSON: ; apersIn
Um.ito COM la doctor'bUl*. I the country. This is a >he nominal
a new for the labor unto .. WT auay t
:North Carolina ke said fil'l.cu1lu year
discrimination. Beware ef Imitation Take sees bdt the GOOD, HONEST SHOES.
lyFOR low for the .
Mr. Hawley (Rep., Conn.) suggested situatlp* la oongrn 4 he Less has bees heard than usual during ( aoiaa"J'.aT price two papers.Miss

that the world recognUed questions of not see how her people e) 1dIced. the past week of the organization of DAVUa"I GO TO JACOBSON -- --

sank, even if the Nebraska senator did Some time: ago the ilMis Jfj cotten mill companies and the buildingof

.hot and while eulogising the service tare in North Oaroona mew mills. The reports receired.in include Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Pow lyrOR GOOD SHIRTS

ft the plain soldier, ne pointed out that senators by the same oefnbi4atlpn. a $140,000 cotton mill at Shelby WerkT. Pair Highest Award. KATE LUCAS.MILLINERY
the mortality among n was greater few days qo one of them (Mr. But)-.t) N. 0., a $f 6 .ooO eo-operatlre cotton I GO TO JACOBSON .

a than that among men in the rani. had denounced the Democratic mill at Fayetteville, N. O., and a knit. rr-FOR BEST SCHOOL SHOES. .

if Mr. Hoar asked if Mr. Allen's logic for being false to itl pledges ol Itriff ting mill at Waycross, Go. The number notnr oenons unoary >...p.t
would allow the placing of the salary of form. Now the otier eat of the of mills in active operation is larger GO TO JACOBSON I
binarion than ever before and no complaint is NEW YORK, Jan. 11.-A special Dispatch -
General Miles, commander of the army, tells the senate that he ]
M $18 per month? the re-enactment of th. ffl I$" made as to the condition of cotton man to The World from Managua, CSTOR; GOOD UNDERWEAR.GO .

"It would doubtless measure the value The senate, An Mr. HaTirs Act eb.. 1ifacturiDt1A t south. Nicaragua says: The boundary dispute TO JACOBSON

of his services many cases" answer then agreed to adjourn no HI I"' new industries are re- between Nicaragua and Costa Rica

eel Mr. Allen. when the day's adjournmeift was I tiWASRXXOTOH. ported as established or organized in is assuming a more serious phase. Costa ( FOR BEST GIRLS:HOES. And Fancy Goods.

The house took up the pension appro Jan. 11-The, "nabs the southern states during the week: Rica is daily becoming more urgent in J

priation bill immediately on convening committee on foreign relations was tm The Blerlns Bros. Lumber company, her demands. She now claims lands to GO TO JACOBSON Ua in slock an elegant and diversified

And Mr. Northway (Rep., 0.) replied to session two honrfdiscussicf the Ottafi. capital, $1,000,000. at Jakin, Ga.; ironWorks which, it is said, she has never had a ESTFOR COOD IIA 1'8. line of all goods pertaining to
the criticisms offered by }fr. Bartlett Armenian and Venezuelan questions, capitalized at $50,000 at Spartans shadow of lawful right. This government Business.A .
(Dem., N. Y.) It matteted not to him with incidental reference to the Monro* burg, 8. 01; cooperage works, capital will propose to submit the matterto GO TO JACOBSON the Millinery
whether pensions were legally. gratuities doctrine. There was a full attendance $50 lOOO, at Savannah, Ga., and cherootand President Barrios of Guatemala for SPECIALTY Full assortment of

or constitutional Tested right of members, and the discussion took A cigar works, also with $50,000 capital arbitration. trFOR R.&: G. CORSETS .BuT STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM-

Morally they were higher than rested wide range on all the subjects under at Richmond, Va.Sant 25, cotton BKOIDERIED SILKS.
tights could be. consideration. oil mill is reported at ; Two Killed la a DoeL Experienced Northern Trimmer in

Pensions should be given in a broad The house resumed its decision of the a $90,000 toe factory at Wazahacpie. JlmDLESBOROt1G. Ky., Jan. 11.-Reliable charge of Trimming Department nol
catholic and humane spirit. The old proposed amendments to the rules" Tex.; a 1,000 fertilizer factory at OalTeston -
Tex a $13,000 sash and door information from Dnnkey Ham When Baby was tick,we her Cactorta
veteran should not be placed in the potation soon as the journal had been read. The ; pare
of a mendicant. The spirit in debate was entirely technical. works at Opelika, Ala. a $10,000 store let, on Powell river, Wise county Virginia When she was a Cbflii,she cried for Castoria NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.IUH

which the pension laws were now being factory at Little Rook. Ark., and a $10- states that William Wells and
WaflHnraTOV, Jan. IS.-This, the sec When she became Ilea,she clung to castor Omca AT OAnttHTTlLB.: FLA.1
o0) ,) fence at Tenn.
administered was fnanifestly unfriendly company Memphis Gus Osborne fought a handtohandduel December T. 1896. f
ond Monday of the month, was under When she bad Children,she P"hem Castoria.
to the soldier. In'proof of this he cited There are also reported new canning with knives with Jame. Oox and IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
the rules set aside for the consideration 1\,
the of soldier who had lost factories at Linton, Fla., and Pass Williams two The
case a one Henry over women. 1.. following named settler has filed notice of
arm and one leg, who was deprived of i of business relating to the District of Christian, Mists engine works at New fight lasted for 80 minute., when Wells :\ Iii. Intention to make final proof in supportof
Columbia Although the consideration Orleans, La. a foundry at Shrereport his claim,and that said proof will be made
id pension under the total disability act ; and Osborne fell dead, and Cox was at Gainesville
of the house rules has not been completed before Register and Receiver ,
of 1890 because he 'Was able to earn $23 I I La.; an ice factory at Plaqnemine, La., mortally wounded. Williams was not Flagon
it decided to the to
was give
A month. guard ar a railroad erouiAr.ormer and a paper box: factory at Barnesrille, hurt. Great excitement prevails, as t&tv Tickels for JANUARY 28, 1896. '.
the District of Columbia committee. : Excursion I
Ga. A peanut oil mill is reported atNorlolk of families.
men were i
Before Chairman Babcock'armed the the Summer vii: Cornelius C.Coker of Putnam Ran. Tin;
W.rk W the Week. Va., a tannery at San Angelo, I of SO, .. -
Hd. 19.322.for the swy4 neV bee Tp. "
'WASHIVOTOV, Janl 8.-An echo of day Mr. Morse resolution(Rep Mass.) presented Tex., and woodworking plants at Me- Bad Rla Brains Dashed Oat. at reduced rates to all Summer Resorts K.MKTHe
the from Venezuela the following on for reference to canopy, Fla., Elba, La., Greenville I name the following witnesses to prove his
press dispatched the committee on foreign affairs: Mist, and Warlick. N. a N.w HAvnx Ky., Jan. 11.-A most at PEEK'S Drug Store, opposite court d'IC.UJ:1ad and cultivation ofsaid
ras heard in the houe when, as soon I : ef Putnam Hall.FU. .
M the journal had becti read. Mr. Ltvtngton Whereas. the most meumfnl tragedy The enlargements for the week, include horrible and fatal accident occurred at house.HOMEJTDDY.. ., I.S.Kennedy,of Putnam Hill FU,tewUFlowers
(Dem.. Oa.) aebt to the clerk's of the nineteenth century has been and j is glass works at Alexandria, Va., A Gethaemane Abbey, four miles from ,of Putnam Hall, FU. Horace Bryant,
now beldg under the apparent of Pataam Hall Fla.
desk and had read thfollowing veao- auction el enact.ae oi Turkey,%7 whlqa ynining plant at Qarkesville, Ga., a oot- here. The monastery has a grist mill J. H.BARCO
Sutton: hundreds .* thousands of Americans 4N ton mill at Augusta Ga.. and lumber which does work for the monks and surrounding deel>
Be It resolved by the hense of represen- cine ruthlessly slaughtered ta sold blood* mills at Lntcher, La. and Plymouth country. At noon. Brother
TatlTss. the senate OOQC rr1Ae. that the .women,. being dnvra Into a captlvltf N. 0. Among the new buildings: the Dominic the miller, while oiling the MASTER'S:: SALE.
president of the United tat-. worse than death and Inhabitants who week are a $10.000 church at Harmony machinery, had part of his habit caught
nested to forthwith ascertain have fled M the mountains are dying of Grove, Ga.. at '17 ,OOO railway stationat the and was almost .AND
among machinery BT VIRTUS or A FINAL
"'rea' Britain U a4van.Ui her .entposui cold and starvation.Whsreaa Galvestor Tex., a $30.000 hotel alHaUettsviUe instantly killed having his brains dashed One Hundred Lessons UNDER' of Foreclosure and isle rendered by
the territory in ditpul i between b.r The blood of these martyred Tex., a jail at Ooltewah his thenon.W.A.Iloeker.Jndre of the Fifth Judicial
out whirled
as body was rapidly
colony of British Guinea d th. republic heaven for justice be IsResolved Tenn. and odce at Circuit of Florida, In and for Putnam
d Venezuela or Is retaf Ing poets heretofore I That the committee: on foreign 6-story building around. In any of the Common Branches county, on December nth, 1K&S. la a certain
established with troops. police or affairs consider the expediency of reporting Roanoke Va.LAKE'S. mall for only FIVE DOL- cause in Chancery therein pending wherein A.
given by
ordnance, and should twe president forthwith some expression by this LoDlnm.1If..r Dead.LOUISTILLE Markley Harry i* complainant, and Henry L.
lieoome of the facth.t government la denudation of these atrocities BOTTOM SANK. Jan. LARS. niomaa and Martha H. White are defendant.
cognizant ] 14.-Henry S. Tyler, In
I I I,a*the Spec aU Matter Chancery appointedin
British military or pelflpe force U and if they find as a nation are of Louisville died at 7:45.. Special attention to perrons prepare said decree,will cell foreach,to the nlrbe t
dvandnc to Invade or einferoa. or I powerless to act that we Invoke the co A. gtraaf and Fatal OeeBrreaoe la U..- mayor m. TATE TEACHERS' EX- and be* :bi lder,at public auction at the front
edace the .entfleoDtJa day at Decemberlast I Turkish of the allied powers to wipe the loo-Tw.aty Lives IXMU at his real f once. Fifth and Oak streets. ing forth 'loorof' tM Conn Home, In Palatka, Putnam
has Invaded or reinforced I post formerly I. government off the face of the ill AMINATION. County,Florida on the
been for about
occupied within said disrated rri- : earth and secure the free loin and independence SAX Dzxoo. CaL Jan. 18.-Professor He had five weeks.
1 I The cause of his death was congestionof BatUfaetion guaranteed. Send a FIRST MONDAY E W96,
he wised immediate withdraw of Armenia.
Cory E. 8. Coffey of this city has received a the third of said month, during the
aaU eoldien and of the the kidneys and nren ic poisoning. a-cntUuipforaTrial Leeson. being
ftl erf the redo Ion I I I The resolution was refernd and the \ legal hour of sale on said day. the following
police force In said territorygreater (to not a house then entered upon the consideration letter from Lake Chapala, state of Ja- Mayor TYler was 44 years of age and a Address I. I. HIKES Manager. described land:
number than were i iAirltish ring the of district burinws. lisco Mexico which says that a few native of Louisville. A wife and several The wet one-half of the north one-half of
outposts on the aft ill seveo- children survive him. jan3- PalaUa FJa. the Southeast! quarter of Section Twenty(20)),la
heath ot De alber.: 1W& I I The vice president laid before the senate days ago residents of one of the small Towni>hipTwelTe(lZV, South of Range Twentysix -
Mr. asked for a letter from the seen fury flf the settlements near the western end of (2*) t*-t, containlnir 40 acres,eonreyed brLaden
Livingston one Ha Three Hundred Stael.au.LoUISV1U.E .
B. Blgetow to said Henry L.boats*, and
consent to make a brief explai&itlon of I treasury in reply to a re-jolotion of inquiry Lake Chapala were terrified to see a gt- Jan. 14. The Kansas House DOW In his poMCMion and whereon ho has an
the resolution but Mr. BontaUl (Rep.. presented by Mr. Puffer u to g.ntilwhirlpool raging far out in the Southern dance prove bearing fruit, all in l-atnam Coons
We.) objected and the resolution wu.I whether $100.000.000 in gold had at anytime water. The water rose in great serpentine Theological seminary Dr. W. H. Whit- ty. orida. E. K. HA SKILL,
Muter In(
Special hanceryCALVIN
been set apart from other funds. circles, and from all directions sitt celebrated the enrollment
Deferred the committee on foreign I president, PALATKA "'.. OILLIS. CompL aaat'l Solicitor
affairs. i The secretary states this has never been I' rushed towards a common center,wherea of its three hundredth student LDlOS STREET, \ decao-td
I I done, there being no provision of law vast cavity seemed to exist. At the
In some petitions .
presenting this season by a banquet at noon In New In centre of business portion of the
I+ orfoa. Va., in favor of liberal ppro- authorizing it. I same time a heavy rumbling was heard, York halL This is the largest numberof SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.
rjriations for seacoast defenses! Mr. I| Mr. Call (Dem.. Fla.) submitted a apparently in the bowels of the earth. theological students ever enrolled bya city. Street car passing house, con

Daniels of Virginia called attenti la to number petitions in regard to Cuba I The whirlpool was ads seminary in the United States. nect with all trains.l3gGooD I AND BY VIRTUE Or A DE-
the alarm which manifestly eats|i in and asked that they be printed. Objec- den sinking of a large peon the FARE CLEAN BEDS AND UNDER of Foreclosure and Sale rendered
December ITth 19M,in the Circuit Court of the
the minds of the people along the tion was made by Mr. Platt (Rep., lake's bottom. The disturbance! continued Wreck OB the LonUnil sad NachrUlo.MIDDLESBOHOCQH Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida

eoasts In view of the rumors of Conn). for 20 mtn.tes.and before it subsided Ky., Jan. 11.-A Low RATES.. 1 I la and for Putnam County, In a certain canoetheretnlpendiug
fie thought their apprehensions ofttardment m. it is said that several pleasure Mrs.\ N. A. PATTERSON in Chancery, wherein AndrewJ.
BANK SAFE DYNAMITED. boats were drawn into the whirlpool Louisville and Nashville freight train Wood 1s complainant, and James H. Grooms,
were exaggerated, x. II as Administrator of the estate of John C.
framed the belief} that our s aoo1 and disappeared with their occupants.It ran into a rock slide two miles south of dSc27PROPRIETRESS.! Grooms deceased and Edward 8. Grooms are
cities should be adequately fortified Robber Secure Nine Thousand Dollars InCa is estimated that a score of lives were Middlesborough at 2 a. m., and Hal defendant 1 shall sell to the highest and beet
.h nod Eecape.MOJrrrr the I bidder for cash, in front of the Court Moan
lost. and
Looner engineer, wan killed
meet any emergency. door. at Palatka.In laid Putnam County on the)
A resolution offered by Mr. Chand1 r Mo. Jan. 10.-Eight maskedmen Fred ones, fireman, had' leg broken ROEMHELD'SINFALLIBLE IN Ft-BRt'ARY being Feb

(Rep.. N. IL) was adopted instructin dynamited the safe of the Farmer's SHOT BY A WOMAN. and his head cut. Both live at Corbin. yrcMONDAY following the legal hours of sale
the land to-wit
the committee on immigration to it bank at Verona eight miles east of this The financial loss was small. All of the following described; land situate in
quire whether any legislation was nee Harry pBrrlaaoo Fired upon For Alleged Putnam County, Florida being part of the>
to prevent the introduction int< city, at 4 a. m.. and escaped with $f,000 .Btlcmanly Conduct.IXDIASAPOLK One Ijuabormaa Shoot Aaother. Entralro Grant on the west aidef of the bt.

csfiary the United States of aliens imprisoned in cash all it contained. Telegramsfrom Jan. 18.-A sensational WEIGH, W. Va., Jan.. 11. -Harry REMEDIES Johns Creek and Blrer.the and land on on the which south the parties side of of Rice the

Iry foreign countries. in their American Cashier Fly state that the robbers shooting occurred in the large dry Aldridge shot Lucian Davis near Lager. ordinary Patent Medhsto hot dm pert have made Improvements by buildinga
colonies. made good their escape, going in the Are not house and growing an orange grove and so
of Monett. goods house of L. 8. Ayres & 00.. in Both were lumbermen and intoxicated. JI dieiiwe omired from pre erfptloM of a 1'b7IiclaD platted as to front on the M, Johns River and
Kan. offered the direction sncctasful
Mr. Baker (Rep., ) I Davis cannot live. Aldridge was not of thirty years' experience. run back so as to Include the said building and
following resolution, enunciating an The robbers are supposed to be pro Washington street Miss Ruth Gordon, orange grove and to contain sixty acres of landIn

expression of the Monroe doctrine: fessionals. They entered the city oaorseback I a clerk, fired two shots at Harry Purr caughtTen MEBIOTES I5H1GH GORE: as nearly :square form D.as M.can KIRBY.be.

Resolved. That the United States willregard secured Night Watchmanoover taco, a floor walker. One shot made an Thousand Killed Wounded. Special Master.
U as an unfriendly act for ju* and bound him to a tree across Roembeld'e Perfect Catarrh Cure E.1:. HASKILL.: Complainant Solicitor
Pnaviance's side.
eIp power without our Tip,t e street. They Chen easily foroed thekt abrasion in The second LOKDOK, Jan. 11.-A special dispatch Uftly ewe any case of Catarrh. Price de20tK.t .
JL lei..ltt 'to"sica V doors of the bank aDd in a chart shot failed to take effect and Pur- received from Rome says that 10,000 f l.00 bottle, Including Inhaling tube.
:SgJL: ,wise.; fiance grabbed and overpowered his assailant Rotmheld'e CaplHartiie. AVer-tab,
blew the vault and safe to
I' rl rUl Umiw tD the westeaII :toO e literally before she could tire again. Abyssinians were killed or wounded in non-Injurious Ibis Beef< on either of theo lsde00e with dynamite Miss Gordan charged Pnmance with the attack made upon Makato on Jan.8. bottle.
Rheumatic .
or to or t d.e& .\\ ungentlemanly conduct towards her. Triumph, '
which HhfimufKm.
his OOUDt.&J Robinson Liniment. Sure relief from
nit 11pe0e..ry BRYDE'S Judge I
::its self p "a OtL Purvianoe is married. The shooting Price,fiO eenta per Bottle.! L.
StateS teeer the riah' to J'U'\ Llle caused a panic among the army of ANNAPOLIS,Md.,Jan. 14.-Judge Rob- Rotmhrld'a Odallne, orMfflcof Beaotr.Ha .
Never Aeo OKI-
Unitd Will or
the of the necessity fM e'1tnt.DafCe clerks. Miss Gordan was reported atheadquarters. inson of the Maryland court of appeals, no equal for beaaufrtnc the. eomplextoo.
sole fudge Vui Ufe In the Labor Movemeat.O. Bottle.Roemheld'a .
the national entities i\- Price,$O rents per
<< .
their -
of ., police has just died of heart disease. -
: preserv.uo x, .. Jau 10. John Mo- Compound
That the rrnc::w here i eM Blackberry Cordial A wire check and cure for
found OD and be- d has written out his formal fare- Ez-OoTemor Browm May lie R Iectd. Diarrhoea. Price SO cents per Bottle.

which from ne neoM&Iled nation as a eoy. \ cell the American Federation of La- BALTDXORX, Jan. 9.-It is rumored St Charts Eye AVnter,for lore eyes.
eeryU.nable and this Price 25 cents per Bottle.
=:n right. 'e .: i idpl.1a.ttM bor. ;ie speaks in generous terms of here that the name of ex-Governor We ruarsntee an the above remedies to be absolutely

den onroe'5 ever caddre. Gompers, and reiterates his de- Frank Brown is being seriously considered Save free from any Injurious Ingredients.J. I

aD. mesaegs or Dra .. 112S.Demonbl. 1 termtf tion, expressed during the heat by the committee having in chargethe ,
brief apex h In ad. to convention, as follows: J ROEMHELD\ & CO.
Mr. Baker made a coach.elan t rf the l m" selection of a successor to Charles Paying ,
tesontion- In eh never again either seek orm
of the "I F Mayer as president of the Baltimoreand
yocecy he lurid that while the of I IvUJ' .,. .__dal life or official responsibility Ohio Railroad company. Doctors CHETIISTS, CHICAGO, ILL.
arran their Pacecoentiles 1 inl the labor movement,but when- .
were ,
'Ui should declare to the world mends Ay Yoke and pen will be used Bills fcf '
a that we HusnsaTQjr W. Va. Jan. 10. Head
which adnnoed and proposed to aid an relieve suffering humanity -
01 ;; the future peace aDd andcrorcf100-" Dingess and George Mahan were shot "BOTANIC NOUN for raDlicadoa.
to maintain the western -D B D
inviolate death Hiram and Pha-
to and
Lion IA 5e near HOI Burned. Sweeney BLOOD BALMTHE Lamb Omcx AT OAIXTSTITI.,TLA, I
occasion roah Simons were badly injured in a December,n. 1805. IvroncK
O 'hCu Fla.) took EV- Jan. 10.-fl. large flour
}air. referred to the PARIS, fight with the Humphreys In Letchereount1' GREAT REMEDYFOR is HEREBY OWEN THAT TUX
ietdutlon was North Middletown burned at I i> following named settler baa filed noticed
mill at The murderers still at
call at- AND SKIN
beforeraUODl committee to AlL BLOOD ber Intention to make: final proof In carport of
which the Cubans midnight with 20.000 bushels of wheat I large. 8M too.........,,.... byiwsi Mra.o. her claim and that Mid proof will be mad before
to the war Winchester are proprietor My.a MqY Clerk Circuit Coon at PaUOa. Fla. on
ktntion & Oajof sadlCROF.ULCERS.
'tn .
suecesefdll << Ourrr .oqImt7
a .-. "...tiT aDd the Loss $40.000. No insurance. K.wtpap.r CorroipOBdeat Dead. "'; FEBRUARY: .. 18SM. Harriet L KIDtoP widow
,68 independence and ECZE1II.IIHEITlSII. of Joseph D )( ,deceased,of Uarien ,7U.; BAKING POWDER
tug for on lorei re- WASHDfOTOjr. Jan. 9E. B. Wteht Hd. 2. 6 e.far the: '.of aw' ,sad ne'r'd of swSec.
:= for t11e Wife of a Chief Jastioe Dead. CATMBH: BUFT10I8. .z:.Tp.e.S.B.2S K.
4 reeolutien of the Chicago .
Washington correspondent .1arxrtxo
lahioa a Jan. 1L Mrs. Given sad all aria.w 1&'lDG. JPa&DDJO ... She name the following witnesses to prove.
beU1ie"nti.feoogui DES loInS, lOaA I' r y o r.bee was den
fl her continuous residence and enltiva
thbA Inter-Ocean and for upon
of ,
evil. ?TM R r-
many years .eew r
to.-In the house wife of Chief Justice Given of lows = sates.we>w K rw.r y e.eoa of,laid land. Tit: O. W. V Tne., of Hart em
1'OC' Jas prominent newspaper man here ,has JTa B.rLtnk,of .. D. Bobaoa .
? ;
W ?
Tawnc7 (Rep.1nD.) offered aIr. guprtime court, died hew, aced to after II Just died of heart failure. IEIT FlEE .... Lv'zsht of lUrlem,Fla-,Joan Smi off B artem. na.I .
} cltJmLn.ot brief k- .O6O gild ....Alefe.... oJ. K. BABCO,
recited ution that i' ....freq1Jo l1 Wvt c.h&rp1 a I l I dam. ........

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