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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE 1-ATATKA.PAUITKA WEdRLY HIRAtn Tia1iLY F..fabll.hed1BSS.,EatablLhedtad9. J c.Mold ted May 1. 1893. HALATu! KL.-KIDA FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 14, 1896. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 3.--NO. 43

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The Apron Party To-Irht. Highest of all In Leavening Power.Latest U.S.Govt ReportD
The apron party and cupper to be
MARCUS LOEB & COW given tonight by the Ladies' Aid Society

V S IMMONS of St. James M. E. Church, is Baking ,

looked forward to by many as an important DVal

event. The fact that it will bea
tin
J success is gratifying to its promoters. Powder
II I II I I Some of the aprons to be furnished .

I II are beautiful specimens and all are
REGULATOR will be sale all kinds
4 4i I cheap. They on ABSOLUTELY PURE

I and prices on Lemon streat, next doorto ...... .
Stewart's after 2 -- ..
I Harry drug store, I
o'clock this afternoon. Refreshments CARD OF" THA.KI. A Sad Death.
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GOOD FOR EVERYBODY will be served at 4 o'clock. Turkeys The relatives of the late James U. The many friends of Mr. Harry A.
and chickens of the best and most luscious I
'" and everyone needs it at aU times of the breeds, hams from pigs of the Dumas take this method? of expressingtheir Heath, a former: resident of this city..
year. Malaria is always about, and the most aristocratic pedigrees, salads, delightful most heartfelt thanks and grati- will' be pained to bear of his 'recent.
; 'I only preventive and relief Is to keep the : to behold and delicious to taste, tude to the Brotherhood of Locomotive affliction. The following letter,received,
-, Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit, cakes of all kinds, ice cream, chocolate Firemen and other friends for nu a few days since, will explain-
and the best helper is the Old Friend,SIM I and coffe, all of the best, will be Served melons kindnesses,which are duly appreciated 155 BOWERS ST.,J C. HEIGHTS X.X..
will
to Then there be the .
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.eMr patrons. and remembered in their sad February 7, 1896.
"Art Gallery, which must be seen to
: C. HImrod, of LancasterOhio, be appreciated. The insignificant sum bereavement. ., Mr DEAR FATHER A&D MOTHEB*.J
I :wish I could writ that little
"SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke you :
says: of ten cents trill secure a view of the
Orlie was getting well f&at..,but as 1 calL
Card of Thanks.
a case of Malarial Fever of three many works of art on exhibition and
she
not I will simply say that could not
years' standing for me, and less than also a catalogue as a souvenir. The The Gem City Guards desire to express wait for us but ran on ahe-utow-Sha
bottle did the business. I shall ladies have worked hard, and will their sincere thanks all who
',' one use to went to sleep Wednesday night at 19(
doubtless meet with their reward.
it when in need, and recommend it" assisted in the production of 'Vicks- o'clock. She was so tired and hid

.> Be sure that you get it Always look for Miss F. E. THIUrd'a Lecture. burg," also to the many merchantswho suffered much and so long that there.

the RED Z on the package. And don't No one who listened to Miss Frances so kindly helped; especially sweetly was no rent struggle.to sleep She in simply Jeeus and.Wes

forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIM E. Willard on Wednesday night, at St- McLarty Bros and C. A. Finninger, bury her to-day in Chatham. God Mfc
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there is James Methodist Church, will soon whose liberality shall never be for with, us and we do not rebel.

.', ., only one, and every one who takes it is forget it. The reputation of Miss Wil gotten. The ladies and gentlemen who Yours in sorrow, HABRT.l3S" .
sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS
lard as an eloquent speaker and earnest contributed so largely of their time and
WANTED Reliable to
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for ; man represent -
worker in the cause of good morals, talents shall ever be held in grateful a firm ID Putnam and Clay-
Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are
secured an audience which filled the remembrance, and it is with a feelingof I counties. Good pay to right man. Ref-
caused.H.by Zelda a sluggish A Co Liver.J. Philadelphia.. church to overflowing, and it is need: pride that we reflect upon the encouragement :erences required. Address W.. this

less to say that the lady fully sustainedher I received from the Veteran office. _______________
Association. When our call for duty
OTJOFLFALL Death by Shooting..We reputation.The comes,we hope we will not disappoint The ladies of the Degree'Council:
pastor of the church, Rev.. Mr. yon. of Pocahontas will dye a fancy dress
regret to make mention of a sad
Mabry, made a few remarks, and Miss ball on Friday evening, the 21st insL,,
Go to E. J. Smith's for Fine Confec-
and'lamentable
affair which occurredin
Willard was introduced appropriately at Fry's Opera House. It promises car
the outer limits of the city last Sat- by Rev. J. H. Johnstone, of the Baptist tionery. The famous Boston Chips and be a delightful affair.
Salt Water Taffy always on hand.J. .
urday evening, which resulted in the Church *As president the Na-
Messrs. Row ton Merwin Lanning.
shooting and killing: of Engineer James tional Woman's'Christian Temperance C. Price", of The Fair, Chicago, ,
AND WINTERCLOTHING Nugent, Fox and Sheliey attended the
Union .Mies Willard made her plea for 111.
was a pleasant caller on Wednes
Dumas. The circumstances of the Great Council of the Improrpi Order4'
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the cause represented by that body day. Mr. Price is a dealer in a large
shooting will probably never be satisfactorily of Red Men in Jacksonville this week.
but that lady ia too broad.minded to variety of goods,from knitting needlesto
explained to every one, andit confine her work to limits Florida
; any narrow lands. His card in another Tax Collector has .
City Morgan an)
must be left for eternity to reveal all Prohibition of all forms of evil is the column will be of interest to all having impoitant notice to tax-payers in an-

the facts. platform on which Miss Willard stands, lands for sale. other column.
It appears that on the evening in and in the most pleasing and convinc- [

question a disturbance occurred on ing manner the hideousness of evil and

upper Lemon street, in which a negro the beauties of the good were presented "
: from Jacksonville was with Have Your Examined
charged to a delighted and highly appre- Eyes ,
s. drunkenness and disorderly conduct.He ciative audience. .j

j.aEGIN ; evaded arrest by passing out a rear .
door. It was afterwards learned that I Col, G. W. M. Williams has returned .... .fin.

he was a bad negro and wanted in from South Carolina.

Jacksonville. This fact was communi- ...BV Tt... \. flf you
.. TO COME IN MEANWHILE WE.WILLSELL I
.,- .., t, v cated to Officers Pullen and Green,who .. ...
set out in search of him, going in the
>-- --- :- direction of Towlesville, a suburb of I Vni-n Baby vatick,w.gave her Ca-toria. Specialist Satisfaccftioru
Rhea she WM a ChlM,1M cried for Cft-torta.
the
western part of the city. They went
ALL LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTHING out on the Florida Southern track and TOMB abe became MlM,she clung to Castoria.tdtenib .
*had Cbfldreo,the gsvetbem Ca-forla ... .
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then crossed to the track of the G. S. .

& F., two blocks north. How far thay .

went in the direction of Towlesville we :ce.: VT 3,_ :SEMIS: : ,." t
are not informed, but they did not find

AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS the negro, and while returning to townon :I OF MONTPELIER, VERMOUNT, ,
the track of the G. S. F. Leghorn Eggs.
$ Railway HXs
opened .a permanent office on Lemon Street, Palatka, where he will be
they met Mr. Dumas who had been in '
,
pleased to see all wishing: his services. He carries a large line of SPECTACLES /
town and was returning to Rice Creek, Now is the time *o set vour Hens.I and EYE GLASSES of all the latest Styles and Patterns, and will adjust the *"
where he was employed on the log have PURE WHfTE LEGHORN lenses to accuriately fit each eye. Lenses fitted to your old bow if prefered't;4*
road of Mr. Bndington as engineer EGGS at 50 cents per setting. 13 eggs. All work warranted. Hundreds
of recomendations .
on application.
J. H. DOltSEYfeU
AT COSTWE ._ .
The officers approached within ten or Palath.WAITED
P. O. Box 474, .1
twelve feet of the man, when Officer

Green accosted him bv saying "Hello, The Concert and Farce. The Ladies' Aid Society of the First,, 1 f <

1: Pard, where are you going?" The The entertainment last Tuesday Baptist Church will hold a supper and

I man replied that it was none of their Florida Lands. Must Be night at Fry's Opera House,given under mysterious package entertainment opposite -

ARE. NOW RECEIVINGS FUeL iL'NE business, and commenced firing, which Cheap for Cash. the auspices of the Ladies' Guild of the Putnam, on the evening of
was returned by the officers with dead- St. Mark's Church,was a success financially February 20th to which the public are.
ly effect. Describe fully in detail and be explicit and dramatically.The invited. A good'tjme guarantee<< Don't "

The Dlace where this occurred is be- as to the improvements. Also musical program was excellently I fan to attend. .

yond the settled limits of the city, andit state size and condition of buildings if rendered.
being night time Mr. Dumas evidently there are any. Address, The lovely and exquisite voice of Persons visiting Ocala and desiring a
OF LADIES'OXFORD J. C. PRICE Miss Louise reasonable place to stop should registerat
mistook the officers to be rot Moragne was never heardto
bers and fired on them. It was about fell TIlE FAIR, Chicago 111.t better advantage than on this occasion the Montezuma Hotel. It is under

10 o'clock, and the night\ was dark. and was highly enjoyed by the the management of Mrs. Batty with .. I
that of
clever
prince fellows W. X.
The wounded was iby I in. audience.
man brought FOR SALE.
Bangs! as cWfk. The table Is all that
the passenger train of the G. S. v Mrs. Mitchell easily carried off the
TIES and SLIPPERS. F., but he died soon after reaching the honors of the evening by her artistic could be desired at the price-$2.00 to
$2.50 per day, and the rooms are neat
singing of the .
city. Mr. Dumas exonerated the officers song "Absence, receIving and well ventilated.
of any blame, saying just previous the only encore of the evening,

to his death that it was nis fault. Lots in Palatka I to which she responded with the dainty When ner row and run down; when

While the occurrence Is indeed a sad :"Lullaby"by Norris, which, for delicacy the blood Is ont of order when you

.... one and deeply regretted by all of our of expression and feeling, left feel languid and tired from no apparent .-
citizens, together with Officers Pullen nothing more to be desired. cause, take Sarsaparilla and ,
,. IN' ALL SHAPES AND Celery
SIZES. CompounJ. It cures Scrofula
and Green, it teem to have been unavoidable FOE S.A.J : 9 Especial 'mention should also be Boil. Eczema and all diseases of the-
I made of Mrs. Stewart's fine song "Tell blood. Cnr
.; Justice Howell empanelled a jury, On Long Time to Parties Me Mv Heart." This *etg showed off &Hyiteria Co., Baltimore Made only, Md.br For R. II.gale Bond by

I composed of H. Hengeveld, H. \. her bird-like voice to perfection, as she Aekerman & Stewart. Palatka,Fla.

,>; : I Davis,J. R. Cone, J. I. Redish. W. N. Who will Improve Them sang the difficult and intricate passages I II I
f Coffee and G. S. Lewis. The jury ren- with perfect ease, Card of Thanks. f

dered the following verdict: feI4-lf MARTIN GRIFFIN. Miss Kirby's piano solo was well ren- The Ladies' Guild desire to express .

I "We, the jury, find that James dered and much enjoyed. their thanks to all who took part In

'\ I Dumas came to his death from a gunshot NOTICE. Miss Laura Whiteside and Mis. their entertainment Wednesday even-
I wound at the hands of Officers J. Bolinger were very Successful Ing, and also to the merchants who
as ac so
The City Tax Book for 1893 Is now .
H. Pullen or E. W. Green,and we al+o
I find that the same was done in self- ooen. and all Taxpayers are notified companists.The kindly loaned the stage properties used.
;defense." that a discount of three per cent. will voices of Messrs. Peek and Hen- LNTnrrAINXL'tt CbxXrTtELDesirable :
b\ allowed on all taxes before
Ms. Dumas paid geveld were in excelleut condition but
was a good citizen, generous MARCH ,
1,1S9C.
city
building lots offered
are
and kind hearted, and ha I many BENJ. E. MORGAN, it was as -'Old Gooseberry" that 1fr.I I for sale by Martin Griffin
on
friends, who are gneved aver his untimely fe4-ld City Tax Collector. H. Hengeveld won the laurels. Mr. G. longtime
death. Uengeveld and Miss Avery sustained I to parties why.) will Improve them.

The funeral of Mr. Dumas toot place their parts admirably, and Miss White- See advenisemeotfn.another column.

from the residence of his brother,Mr. HOME STUDY. side' as the discontente I house maid Prof. t. 1. Hirnes,.the able principalof

Sig Dumas, Sunday afternoon Rev. W. .'1ng hexpeetations,brought down the [ Palatka School No. 1, has been

E. H. Mabry officiating.L -- bouse. a little Indisposed i this week.

One Hundred LessonsIn The entire performance was very
creditable indeed We Miss Ettelle McKenzie, after spending .
D. EATON M. D. any of the Common :Branches the ladies of the Guild upon congratulatel the success a few days at Hawthorne very plea*-.:

given by mail for only FIVE DOL- of the entertainment, demonstrating aptly, returned home yesterday. She;

HOMEOPATHISTOITICE LARS. forcibly that the amateur was accompanied home by her sister.?
Special attention to persons Irermg talent of Palalka Is Miss Effie )[cK nzie. 7 j
be
as good as can
BI.O<;X. .u..TLu for the STATE TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. -
found inapy town in the State. Don't forget to attend the bazaal 4
MARCUS LOEB & CO. Residence-Corner Main and First St. Satisfaction Mr. J. M. and"( to be .
guaranteed. Bendy a2cxilt Wilson viiiieJ the eastern supper gives this evening of .
Office HMLI*.-8t*U a.m.1 to a p.B.and T JO stamp for a Trial Lesson part of the county this week. He reports the L Mints' Aid Society of the Mett ,",i
t )*-1 toSp.m.
.... Data from a distance can be treated through Address L I. HIKES, Manager. that where the orange trees have odist Cbuich next to Harry Stewart,,? f

I .. the mail. Offlc*consultation Ire. ap jtu,>3- Palatka.Fla. been cared for they,are looking welL drug store. v .

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THE TIMES-HERALD. FEBRUARY 14 1896. -.


t SATSUMA IGIITS.Is j

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one of the beautiful, healthy locations

\ / in Putnam county, only eight ,

miles south of Palatka, on the J. T. &

Q K, W. Railroad, and at an elevation of MANUFACTURER UF ALL KINDS OF

nearly 100 feet above tide water; a

/ / Q. large tract of high table land, very fer WAGONSAnd

it : Y tile ot soil, waiting for the industrious
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farmer forth abnndance.
to bring its

1it 1/ Satsuma flights is yet in Its infancy; Other Vehicles.
;
.p 4i being held and owned by Spanish

/ 5 $ grantees up to and until 1882, when
CORKER LEMON AND FOURTH STREETS.
Captain A. L. Chatfield purchasedfrom

/ \ / I / ex-ex-aovernor William Marvin the
BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE SHOEING
vsr original Stgui grant of 2,000 acres, ;

) 7/ .which was confirmed to Wm. Marvin

I by the United States Government as C::;;VTe have experienced Workmen in all our Departments, a Stock of the

iii- r f the successor of Bernardo SeguL Said VERY BEST MATERIAL, ana we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION both in price

a,, 4// f t) .) grant is now known as the Chatfieldtract and style of work. ;l-1

said Chatfield being the first to "

11,1 convey title and right of way of Buffalo

JCELP Bluff's Point to the Palatka and Indian PLANT SYSTEM.

1 River Railroad Comnany,subsequently
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$ merged into the d. T. &; K. W. Rail

Superior To AH Sarsaparillas. way. The said Chatfield tract lays be- 4259 MIL SI K

tween the ferry and steamboat landingoff : ,

.. Down in Georgia, over fifty years ago, a marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what Dunn's Creek and Satsuma flights : REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS
; is now known as P.P.P., (Liff man's Gnat Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been, Station on the railroad, and is open to
growing with the years. -IN-
settlers home-seekere or colonies being ..
For Rheumatism, Blood Poisoning, Pain in the aide, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, h
Dyspepsia, Malaria Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. ) about 1,000 acres of high, beautiful Album Georgia, South Carolina,
Fain is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by rolling and table lands, at nominal

its wonderful influence. prices. Many nice families have already Florida Cuba and Nora Scotia.
P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic and strengthener. Weak women should always takeP ,
P. 1Il builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout settled on this tract and have built

t the country, because we publish the formula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the some fine residences, and are now pre Perfect Passenger Service I

0\\ most skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. pared to enjoy themselves according to

their deserts. The climate is here, as
Read The Truth And Be Convinced.
well as all over old Putnam county,and

1.& the soil will bring forth if properly
A Wonderful Cure. cellent thing. We handle about one dozen bottles
week.Dra. tilled. There is virtually nothing to r
I I was a martyr to tnoicuUr rheumatism for thirty ,J. M.A M.T.RICHARDSON.Piedmont.&C
run; tried all mediants and doctor with no per prevent perfect happiness, unless it be
anent relief. I was advised to take If. P. P.. and
before I bad finished two bottle injr pain subsided Hot Springs Surpassed. the innate perverseness of the respec-
ao I was able to work. I feel better than I hare for .
years,and am confident of a complete recovery. A bottle of P. P. P..has done me more good than tive individuals. We Lave beef, pork
:.. /) J. S.DCPR1SS NewnaoTille. Fla. three months'treatment at the Hot Springs..Ark. and of vegetables, and we can
JAMES )Ie NEWTON Aberdeen, Brown Co..0. plenty -
Testimony from the Mayor. feast yet if the freeze of ast winter -
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I suffered with Rheumatism for fifteen yean tried Pimples, Sores and Eruptions Cured. did cut .off our orange crop; so who ; _
all the totalled specifics but to ao purpose. My
grandson got me a bottle of P. P. P.; and I feet like a I take great pleasure in testifying to the efficient cares? Our orange trees are growing I
new m... qualities of the popular medicine for skin diseases there will be
and
XT.II.""WILDER Iyorol Albany "'DowD.a. P.p.p. 1 suffered for several years withan"un.ightly again. we predict
and disagreeable eruption on my face. oranges shipped from Satsuma Illghts
After faking three bottles ia accordance: with directions
From Two Well-known Physicians. ,I am entirely cured. Inside of two rears. Prof. Devere may

i w. are having a big sale for your P. P. P., and CapL J. D. JOIl "STON. predict the weather from Atlanta, but
,_ we prescribe It la a greatmany cases and find it an ex Savannah Ca. of Johnston A Co. ,-
be cannot tell anything about Satsuma

The above letters are taken from many received by us. p. p. P., (Li mo.n's Bights Putnam county, Florida. At I 3 G1SG VTi EAST COAST HOTELS, OWXKD *VD: OPERATED BY TUBfNT

Gnat Remedy,) is a medicine whose virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific.P. any rate, he cannot make the weatherany SYSTEM. *

P. P. begins its work by purifying the blood, which is the source of all life, better than we actually have. I

and does not cease until a perfect and entire cure is effected. We have two well stocked stores of i THE FINEST: BOATING IN THE WORLD I

The mortifying eruptions that disfigure the complexion, the tired feeling that pre general merchandise, a post-office and : .

\ vents thorough accomplishments' of the daily tasks, sleepless nights, loss of appetite, school house and before the' Plant Line,
just
irritability of disposition all mean a derangement of the system consequent from '
L impure blood, which can and will be cured by p. p. p. i freeze the. railroad company was so con TWO E&E3ANC SHIPS EVEI_ WEEK '_ ,.}" ...

P. P. P. (Lippman's Great Remedy), is conceded by physicians and the people descending as to build us a fine freight i Port Tampa Key West and Havana.

"to' be the Greatest Blood Purifier of the Age. It positively and permanently f house, depot and telegraph office, for ,

cures. ,For sale by all druggists or direct from us ; price $i a bottle, six bottles for$5. I which we thank them, and will do whatwe One Elegant Ship Every Week between

1 to them if they will
can recompense
LIPPKAH: 3ROS.f\ m, m Uppman Block SAVANHAH. GA., reciprocate our efforts by putting an POPT TAMPA and MOBILE. .

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operator and agent here again. We LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application '
\ need a hotel here or a large boarding :

I / house; and we propose to. build a good B. W. WRENN Passenger Traffic Man etS vans 1J, Gay

'- church in the near future. A funds ..-
a -
.J .I ) already started, ani, pike our
-- -- beautiful town, steadily growing. We

ITanhoo"Endorses Senator Tillman.! nations he'p Tillman to a sufficiency <>j do not claim to be on a boom, as boomsare W. A. Livingston'sIS

wisdom in the future, as lie has in the very apt. to bring among us those
PUTNAM HALL, February 10. PALATKA who are not desirable citizens.
to the truth and boldly
Zdtor Times-Herald. past, see speak We intend. to apply soon to our Honorable HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN I
I it in the interest of his country.
When Senator Tillman claimed t.oI County Commissioners to helpus
W AUAOO. build and improve our roads, as the
voice the opinion of 35,000,000 people individuals haVe expended nearly all fURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING GOODSHandsome

of the United States engaged in agri- Pain Las BO show 1I'1tA"Ik.H21er Fata fJOa. their surplus, as well as their patienceon
on the direct line
culture he could safely say that he ex- the r'oad.questlon. Certainly thereis Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than has ever been acId n Palatta
teased the of three fonrths An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Merit. of tUTel batiresn nothing more attractive in a county Hardware Stoves
i opinion of than good roads,and we would like to' Tinware Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lowest

the farmer of this country. The It affords us pleasure to call especial see old Putnam the banner county of pnces.

planters hare been made the "hewers attention to the advertisement of "TheMother' New York the State, for Palatka is her capital. In fact, you will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any

.f wood and drawers of water," the And the "Bikes".of the North Wish to and all times.
Friend, appearing in this disport themselves among us during Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed.
of the until -
supporters government,
issue. the bleak winter months for
stormy, ,
their shoulders, though broad, are al- The Bradfield Regulator Co, of At- -AND- they have Dot invented a bicycle I orner Lemon and Third Streets

soost bent to the ground. God grant. lanta.Ga., have at great expense issued yet to cope with the frigid snow that
that there mipht be more Tillmans in HavanaJacksonville wastes its whiteness ani I their purple .I
a most attractive and meritorious book
I cheeks. Some may wonder, if this is
who hare
Congress
; men an opinion
which they mail free, containing information winter what summers
are
your your
bated on facts and are not afraid to I SCHEI: : >XJILEOF :
that
of the greatestvalue and impor ..v ... like. I will assure you while
express them. Any man who has tance to all ladies expecting to become northern summers are hot, dry, suffocating
kept up with the history of our country mother1. and changeable, our summers THE-

for the last few are our laitry season, thermometers
yean can but see and
That the"Mother' Friend" is a rem seldom rising to 100 degrees" as the rain Beach & Miller
know that true Line.
statesmanship and pa- edy wonderful in its effects and relievesthe is pretty sure to fall and lower the

triotism have not been the incentive expectant mother of incredible suffering Tampa and temperature as boon as the mercury

I of our officials. The common people and robs the final hour of confine. gets to 90. Orange trees require a high .r
have been forgotten and t nperature, and really do best. wheret Steamer Crescent.From
bloated .
|the ment of Us dread aDd'terror
pain is West t have plenty of sand and hot sun
boodholders Key
are remembered. They fully attested by the experience of happy shine. Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdajs.

bYe aided the rich in getting richer mothers all over this continent. So I will say to hard working, Industrious From Crescent City at 7:30 a. nu, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
I .and the poor to get poorer. Yes, Fill- people of the North and
A persnsal of the book will convinceany Railway.A
man Is right,and may his shadow never lady, and the use of "Mother's A themselves Northwest, who comfortable have labored homes to build and Excursion from Crescent City to Palatka and return -

let shorter. .04 Friend" cause bet to become its enthu- made but partial! success and unsatisfactory Every Friday.

AnJrew Jackson was abused when siastic friend, blessing: the hour when to their hopes and anticipations Steamer STAR. -
Ltf pet his veto between the banks and and come to old Putnam county,
first she heard of it and induced V
the people, the rich and the poor, and use it.Send. was > South Florida, where you will find friends toijreet From Palatka dally at 2:30: p. m., for Drayton Island and waylandlnga. ,
which have
and climate
$1 I ao may Tllloun expect, to be abused. you a you R. J. ADAMS Agent )
your name and address to The Lino very little comprehension of. You W Wharf foot of Lemon Street
1 I But rest assured, Mr. Editor, the peo- Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., Through never need to lose a day's work from

pUare wiih him, and as he says: "The and receive in return, free, this excel tho the cold, and we hope you have had ..... ,
'l 't day<< of reckoning will experience enough of the heat to teach
come. "
lent book, "To Expectant Mothers, you it is better to stay in the shade a
'
We C8U t. always continue to pay in- containing information of value to all few hours in the middle of a hot day. George Hotel

lM *lon bonds: they issued ia times ladles. Heart tl- Florida Now, my Northern readers, if the i
,
l .f tace and non-taxable for the North or West is not agreeable to

(rid to wallow In wealth, while the Card of Thank you, I say come to Putnam countv, ORANGE .
CENTRAL STREET.
must FJUNOS, FLA.,Feb. 7. Florida. Fifteen years have been my
the
weiling
poor rapport gov- I* take this method the Ask dbjourn here, and I must say have bad
through
tmmal and pay-them interest on their! in that time all the frost and cold that Under Entire New Mauagenlellt.eJt&4. .
kinkiness of THE for
ro tr1.y that is not taxed to help *up- TiUES-IlERALD, to my constitutk! needs. OLEANDER.The .
return my many thanks to a kind Providence Tickets
\ <3Ct lob' !govern uimlift G.4..l'I3I.JJ..OP'1.-.
such as this just? No honest man 'II sad the uu'ino energy and skill via tho J. T. & K. W. Proper Time
of lit S G. Miller, who gave me his THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, CLKA ED and KE-FUHNISHED in
!11 l vat that i, i 11<, I. too voted for i ihl When the most benefit is to be derived evetv department makimr the accommodations firet-claM, and canine
beat tieoUou.. Uh nbt'and onexcepiionahle. -
I.MII lJe: V d.DU iwui. It wu a day, Write the General Passenger from medicine E t:ctric lichf.: scelJtut ewrrag and pure water. Having been
a good i? early in they
1 recovered
until
frum my identified with the botrl hu mes for rears the
d l gull for Me to stand to him the preeeni management feel sure
I tour, and if 1 hail.} not thought that : n", whet I wa confined to my lict-I I Agent for Information r. This is the season when the of pleasing his patrons f fllaies: $1.;)() and $2.00 per day.

out twenty cla110\ fozetlms to extend tired body weakened organs and ner-

would be honest ,nongb lo carry : my thanks to my neighbor and \\V./ B. Coffin G.O. Ackaly \ous system yearn for a building-up L
defined' *
4 I the democratic p1 at form, as ,
1'hrrc fourth lit ->UeroucnUk eapsetatly to the ladies for their I medicine like hood's SarsaparQla. European Restaurant 1 1I

UndneftA to bring or seed ahoy dlicacM Gr.n SupmatsaiMt.. Gail PUitl11l AI"JACKSONVILLE. Marry wait for the open spring weather, j i I
: done
.1 t
8i "'erg. i wrovlil u '04"" it. |I
-. of all kind they could prepare aud, in fact, delay giving attention to I l g
l w. mar aim wither if I ewer I -
tnj whkh they thought might he good for : their. physical condition s j long thai along i' gS FURNISHED ROOMS rjJ
v fur a man agam who J think will i iro I! I' I
me in mv sickness. In conclusion} I siege of sickness u inevitable. To j I AtJBe,5ec: ,and 11.00..

sue to oppress the loiumon people I will again return to them my many .g rid the system cf the impurities accu-j obtained aDd all Pair I II
I J i Caress,sad Trade-Marfc* ]
ol the fur. and
forts
selfish ysters Chops Steaks
gain i mUtT thank JAMES CANtiox.WantedBoarders FEMALE PILLS.Sold mutated during the winter season, to I| gentbauaaacoadactedfar MOOCMATC Tea.OuOrr9CtlSOPPOatTtU 1 tart markLty s.PATta'TOY'nCtaa.1
loan is mv countryman, I p purify the blood and to invigorate the patent to Less t+ss tbaa these;! Befalar Meal 23 cent Call for what yfa waattymJOneit
trds-hittory of tbe fata re .will r there is <'remote from Wash nyton. <> : carried to .
I II ta;. t Ae w.rc.c.acr.reat.tvlsra whole system, nothing equal J, Send nodeL dnviac rro his name with that of Colhouney I .' -I.dw n.es. e s..d ta.fewsw fir ever ta.N.. to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Oon'i put it off, <> Ve aflTisa,if paurnubl <* apt free trf t 1
of South Carolina 1'resi- .tiaaa R.e.tatr.......et1........,.su.... but take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. Ii KUPPEKBUSCII, ; I Iseasu
kiley, I Four male boarders!; one of the finest .... ], **HlWtoObcaiIl ||
out fIeraoD,Virginia,and Andrew locations in the State. Modern built waia" ""'-- r yp*' bimi'7a-t rs"m. grill do you good. Read the testimonial of AIM isathe :r. S. aud icnIp CIDIIIIZDa I"repriew
behalf
I city house, with all conveniences bathroom lilt.c.J : published in of Hood'sSarsapariUa \
acb ofTennesee.fUe
QicaaQ, all from reliable Ic-A.slioWiLCO.
etc; use of horse and wagon. grateful GrFOB 8.U.J-Aood: aeeoDd-hanJ ;
lli : who guards the destinies of I Inquire at this office. ja31 by ACKEBM X &; STEWART people. They tell the story. 0... Parcsrr OrFtet WaamsittTesu D.C. "Cahgraph" Typewriter Will be sold ;
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FEBRUARY 14 1896. .; '!

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I OFFICE: FLORIDA I'ASSE(OER AaTJI
II I 'tsnt tnar namt DirjTuiy wore m
I State Teachers Assodat
: oo.
SKETCHESBYl.QUAD Jersey sense 18CO. and you orter knowit JACKSONVILLE, Fia., Nov. 30.
I
.! flit up'n fly. uiC 0 T! The annual meeting of the Florida The SOCTOERN RAILWAY has pot

; "Then I goes along about a mile UI StAte Teachers' Association will de>> '2k 1 into operauon the most elaborate and

A Good "lln>. I. N.w York. I, farther and sees a feller at his gate I held at Jacksonville, Fla., February 17, '
his He hain't complete schedule: of Steeping CarLines
smokin
pipe.
As I was about to climb the stairs oi got no .: 18, 19 and 20, 189G. In view of the I
the Third elevated milk o' human kindness in his eye, andso Syrdp ever operated between Florida!
avenue at Twenty- ,
fact that the National of
third street the otter day a abort, tat I'm pain by when ha yells: Department I and the North. Both the Eat end the'

man came tumbling down with*a great I''Wot'a Nnthin.the. matter with yon?' Is a remedy of sterling value. It positivelycures Superintendence February 18it wil;| meet at has Jacksonville been I West are included in the senriee. Besides '

clatter and brought up with a smash the two lines runnlm daily betweeo -
which would bare basted a barrel cf ".4. 4 Wot are you passin"along here fur?' all Bronchial Affections, Cough, Cold, Croup, thought best by the Executive Committee J,ck oiirilie aad New? York via
A-lookin fur work
cider."That's. Bronchitis and Grippe. You can always rely on it. of the F. S. T. A. to have no
II 'Ob. you are! Waal I've got it fur F. C. & P., Southern Uailway, an4I -
too bad. I said as I helped o' DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is indispensable to program except for the opening eeL
Come along me. Pennsylvania Railway the famous
him to his feet and picked up his hat for you I ,
"He's a constable, and he takes me every family Price 25 cts. Shun all substitutes.Chew sion, Monday evening February 17 CtNCiSNATI AND FLORIDA LlHITEB

him."Oh. don't before a court at Elizabeth, and the and a business seeeion to be held sometime I
mind me, he exclaimed LANCE'S LU6t.Th Crest Tobacco AstMotUOc. B.M.C.Mcr a C0.BaltOld has been T-establUhed. This is a
I
in 'r jedge looks at me and ser.:_ doling the week.
reply. "That's four times I've fell
solid vestibuled train of mall
down stairs today, and I haven't skassly 'H'm! I see 1 Young man LeT you The pri> iara of tbs National De- baggage .
I'I a thousand dollars in pocket esprets and day coaches and drawing
got
barked my shins over it I come down your D. S, Borland arrived Monday night About Tbat "Poor Frm." partment of Superintendence will furnish
to New 'No. sir. room sleeping cars.< It roes through
York to have a good time, and I
with of and Editor Times-Herald. a rare treat to Florida teachers
'Hev in the banka a quantity orange trees ,
A ain't gain to kick about anything. you got money -. without chansre lejviof .Is4 mills
farm-own any bonds left Tuesday morning on the Athens We noticed in a recent issue of your school officers and those interested ineducation.
"So at 7 F. $1'
you are seeing New York p. m. daily by the C. Rail

"Seein with both eye Bh,,'a a busterof "" 'n'm'No. sir. for Orunge. river. The Citra Fruit paper: an article entitled "That Poor No- Florida teacher can road, and reaching Cincinnati the next

a town Worst case of total depravity will have 200 in afford to miss\Ke meeting. It is hoped
ain't she? Went strollin Company oon acres "
I've in five So Farm. We considerately heM our day at 7.45 p. m. This train fcw also a
around last ngl! >tf.nd a feller stole mywatch'bat seen years yon are an orange grove, which is why we remark that County Superintendents will use
a-lookin fur wCI'k-hard work) sleeping car from JacksoavUto to Si.
;? peace concerning the lame for various
I made'uo
kick. That's what strictly all their eon.mand a
'Yes that Lte county is in It means at to secure a I Louis
I expected: when 1 started from home, air with each enterprising and reasons, the maID one being that we large reore ,ntation from their respective via Atlanta, BumiDgkem ant
'Work to the color
sweat outer progTe8lvecitizens
you know. your counties. At least 1,000 teachers HoUr Springs, the most dirtcfrvate.The .
x suspenders and make ha'r curl working for her interests. Ft thought some one would reply to Mr.
-
your
"Hare lost I his
you your overcoat ask- and school l officers 6f Horida should SOUTHERN RAILWAY also

ed, seeing he bad none with him. 'That'sme, sir.' Myers Press. T. B. Lovelace without delay; but it greet the educators from our sister put on Sleeping Car line b4iweell i
"
"That's what I have, sir. Went into 'Then I'm overjoyed to know that I appeals very much as if your corres- tatesaUJacksonvble.J. .
kin accommodate Prisoner SIX WINTER Tampa and Kansas qty, and botwec4
the EXCURSIONS
at TO
an satin house t'other night and hung you. pondents agree with that article, or M. GtJILLIAMS,
er up and asked the waiter if she'd be bar stand up. Yon ain't goin to stand JAMAICA. they are somewhat loth to take the Jasper, Fla., Jacksonville and Cincinnati in connection

stole if I didn't keep an eye on her. He up to a drink but to a sentence of nine up Chairman Executive Committee. j with the Plant System via

said she would and while I was satin months in the county jail at hard work I I' THE GREAT SUXLAXD or TOE WORLD- discussion.We J. II. FTJLKS President. 1 Jwup. The Cincinnati trainrtnth a
'What fur?' wish make few remarks .
to a -- !
she
supper was. Yes, sir, some feller through sleeper, leave Jaeksonvilla
walked 'Fur leavin a good thing in New Oaeof the magnificent ships of the about that "Poor Farm" as we do not .
right off with her a cool as ice. TEN DOLLARS FOR A NAME. daily at 11:30 p. m., aDd reaAe Atlanta -
York and lookin fur work in New Jersey
but I ain't with all that has been said
word. When I'm fully
satin a Plant Steamship Line has been agree;
appointed at 1143 a. m. the net day and
I Remove the caitiff! -M. Quad in ,
out fur a time I kick. .
good never on the. subject. The estimate of the
Detroit Free Press to leave Port Tamoa at 4 p. m., The 'Georgia Southern and Florida Cincinnati at 7 A)a. m. the second day. !
"Haven't lort any money, have yon cost of putting: the farm in running

"Yes, sir. I expect I have. Fellei It May Do as Hath for You. January 3ht, February 14th and 28th order, made by ilr. T. B. Lovelace, Railway, in addition to their famous The Kansas City car leave Tampa at

over on Fourteenth street slapped me on Pullman Buffet trains "Quick Step"and"Dixie Sa. m. (Jacksonville 6:20 p. m. ), and
and March 11th and 27th striving at "
Mr. Fred Miller of Irving$ 111. we think is nearly) correct-I. e.,exceptin
the back and said he used to to skule arrives in Kansas City at 5:90.
go Flier" have the : o. m.
had
writes thai he a severe Kidney Moatego Bay, Jamaica, 6 a. m., Jan- the cost of the bouses and supporting inaugurated
with me and wanted to bony $5. I out the second day going via Birmingham .
with the money and hain't; seen him trouble for many years, with' severe uiry 20th, February: 3d and 17th, and the paupers. Supposing that the fastest Pullman line in the South between and Memphis. Atlanta,
pains in his back and also that his blade Macon and the be-
Hence. Yes reckon I've lost that five; der was affected. He tried many so- March 2d, 16th and 30th, arriving Port same number that is now on the county Tampa route mitt service gives the Southern Railway -

but am I kkkiof Not much! Expectedto called Kidney cure, but without anv Tampa C a. m. January 23d, and Ft.b- would go to the Poor Farm, their ing Georgia Southern and Florida to I four daily trains between Jacksonville '

Sow my hull >$i7 before I've been. good result About a year a' o he be- ruary 6th and 20th, March 5th and maintenance would coat as much or Jasper and Plant system toTampa v and Atlanta.

here two days, but I'm ahead of the I gan the use of Electric Bitters and 10th, and April 2d. more than Mr. T. B. Lovelace estimated ing daily at 11:98 p. m. arriving in I Full information regartHrtp rate ant
game. Feller beat me not over an hour 1 found relief at once. Electric Bittersis 2:30 next afternoon schedules may be had by wureaeiug
will Tampa
Trains on the Jamaica Railway p. m. ;
that it would but when they W. D. AlAKN
ago. especially adapted to the cure of all ; ,
"How was that?" I Kidney and Liver troubles, and often leave Montego &110:3' a m, arrivingat have to go to the Poor Farm in orderto returning, leave Tampa 10:15 a. m. Florida Paseeagli.Agent.17'FoR .

'Poked..zne in the ribs and said h. gives almost instant relief. Oce trial Spanishtown 4:30 p in, and King receive help from the county, the list arriving iu Macon at 4 a. m. As the

used to know my brother Cyrus and' will prove our statement. Price only don 5pm, returning will leave King of paupers would drop down to less names ot its two Jacksonville Pullmancars SALE CnRAp.-A Pbteton,

then ask:d me in to have a beer with 50 cents for large bottle at Acker man eton Sam, Spanishtown 8:30 a m, ar- than one-half the [number it is now have become household words, it with new wheels and axles. '.Applyat
him. While I toikin another & Stewart's Drug Store.ForSalo ; this office. 2
was man
desires to christen its new route with a
rive 2-30 The road
Bay
Montego m.
p. therefore there would not M more
he slid out and I had to I don'tmind ,
pay. --- -- -- ------ -
from Montego Bay to Kingston traverses name that will t>e as appropriate and
thorn things, though. I was in a than half as many houses to build as '

place up here where they was playin Cheap: a beautiful mountainous COun- the number Mr. Lovelace estimated popular as its two sisters. Mr. G. A. .d

keerds. Feller asked me to take a handat try. A branch to Port Antonio is ex- that it would take, thereby cutting Macon Macdonald, has therefore General Passenger offered a prize Agent often HENRY STFIUNZ,

poker, and the fcst thing I knowed be finished in short time
to
pected a
down the building expenses one-half, dollars in gold for the most appropriate COUNSELLOR AT LAW
I'd lost f 6. They sorter expected I'd An olfcian who wants to be his own when facilities will ,
transportation extend and the expense of maintaining them name, bearing in mind thai the .
kick but I didn't Lauds butwhat's
alive al/min of has 1,000 acres of land, to the division of the Jamaica would be reduced to one-half. train passes the famous Suwanee river PALATKA NATto' At BAKK; BrnM5o..
the use of kickin when you come a beat: orne and about 500 live is
by daylight. All that necessary is to
down to aee New York?" orange located a little east of Railway. Stop-overs between Montego That the deserving poor ought to be send this dipping, giving name and Successor to Jaera H. ararraaa.l

"Bat you ought to be more careful of Satsuma ts Station. Bay and Kingston will be permitted cared for is an indisputable fact; but date of paper, together with the name

yourself," I protested."Oh l Somebody with a little money who within limit of ticket. this county is now overburdened with and address of one or more person J "IIavin2r resigned the oflloe of State -

let them have fun with Uncle ants a home write or come and see Parties holding round trip tickets can aud A who expect to visit Florida this season, Attorney, I have resumed the practiceof
Reuben if they wanter," he laughed in me. A. L. CJIATFIELD, paupers pensioners. large per to G. A. 'MACDONALD, law in all iU > nuiCes.'VT..
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remain and
reply. "Feller down here took my spectacles de20 Satsuma nights Fla. over return on any tnp indicated centageof the paupers now depending G. P. A., G. S & F. Ry H. Wioo,

off my nose as I was readin a sign above on the county for support are able to. Macon, Ga. Office, No. 1 Shell! Building! opposite

and walked off with 'em. but I didn't Houses of all! kindsto Children under twelve and over take care of themselves, as will be Court House. Palatka. Fla.: ,

boiler nor chase him up. He just want three years of age will be charged half proved if a Poor Farm is established.We Apalachicola has successfully shipped -

-- ed to have a little fun, you see, and Iwaro't Rent or for sale. fare. Servants accompanying employers are not guessing, for we know of a oysters and fish to New York and S. J. HILBURN.
gain to tear down line fences two-thirds fare.
St. Louis the Times.'
about iL One of them cable kyars on Thos. H. Keating, The rate of fare will be as follows: county in Georgia that established a ,-says '

Port Tampa to Montego Jamaica Poor Farm and thereby reduced the ATTORNEY AT LAW. '. '-
Broadway knocked me off the track tother Lemon Street. Bay, If you would always be healthy, -

day, and more'n a dozen fellers wanted one way, $37,50; round trip, 70.00; number of paupers to less than onebaa J'AU I. .
TKA. FLORIDA.
blood with Flood's
me to lick the conductor and sue the Port Tampa to Kingston, Jamaica, one their former number.If keep your pure
They didn't to PALATKA MABKTETS. way $40.00; round trip. $75.00.; This Sarsaparilla One.True Blood Puri omce,over OldNattoBalBank| BrrNdin&leppo.
company. mean run me
pauperism continues to increase in site PMt-Offlce.
includes meals and berth
rate steam
on tIer.
down. ,It's jest their way you know.I Groe rle*-Wholesale. ship. magnitude it will gee to be as great a All buslnes entrusted to,.hls can win reteii

times expected before to be got ran out over of town.at least" four Corrected w and KirklandBros..*,.Corner Kirby Steamers of the Royal Mail Pocket curse to the country as the present pen Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder prompt ateention. e-zt tCJC.

"Well take things Sugar,Standard}Granulated.... 5>,i Company are advertised tQ leave Kingston sion system. We have to-day more Werfcf Fair highest Award.
you pretty eaiy. Extra"C" Sugar at................... 6 on Tuesday, January 21st, aud L. Purcell
"Of course. When I'm to home and Dry Salted Boston Bellir......._.. V. every Tuesday thereafter for Barba paupers, according to population, than Two dollars and cents ,

things don't go right, I kues around Dry Dry Salted halted Western Western Itellle Hacks....,::::::;; rte&C does, where connection is made for the European nations add why? The for only a dollar and twenty-five seventv. Read ATTORNEY

some but I come down here to have a Lard,compres.ed. 1n.tierore.......... t\i Winward Island ports all follows: St. first and most important reason is, that THE TUIES-HEKALD'S dubbin arrangement
good time and I ain't gain to sass and M-lbtin*....... S<4
Sugar Cured Hams... ........... ...1041M Vincent Grenada Trinidad and Tabago we have always been the dumping with the Word and Works.EXPECTANT And Councilor& Law opposite tb. CeartUotue :
jaw and kick. Feller over on Sixth avenue ricniellam............. ? : also for St. Lucis, Martini ue. ,
kicked me three times but did I to 11'11. alders ........ ...... 7 Dominica, Gaudeloupe, Antigue Sl ground for Europe, and are yet howl- : In an Court r ALA TIU.
Corned Beef l.. ...... .............jt ie FCTwmrtaetem .
holler and raise a riot No>sir-e-e! I .. .. 2s :...... ........ .. 210 Kitts, Nevis and St. Thomas as well ins: for immigrants. The majority t ial2-U:

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come down here expectin to be tooken Roast Reef. Is 1.10 as Central American ports; and on the white of this are
.. .. 2*. .......... ............. tie paupers county
for some one else and kicked and I jest Flour, Fancy Western, Fint Patents.. 4.23 to i- 0Flur Fridav, Jannnry 17th. and every alternate not natives of Florida, but emigrated I ; REJIEDY which:: JOHN D. BLACKWELL.ATTORNEYTA1LAV..
kept still till he found out his mistake becond Patent do do.. 3.90 ta : Friday thereafter for Colon Savi-
Rice,Carolina Good.. ................. to 4 and from other states to this; some from. INSURE4 Safety '
3H Port Limon.
and apologized Said be took me fur a .. FaDe, .. .... ... ............... 4\, to 6% nilla Carthagona MOTHERS ot Uf and to Motb-
FRED. DA Child.
: For further information other countnes. WKlXS. I er .
in to
feller whotttole blaliatf.; Batter, fancy Eallte..CreaIDt'I'J...... 22 to 26 regard
"Well bay sit good time," I said as Cheese,*ancv full Cream( .Y.St.). 10 tot reervation etc., call on nearest Flint BOOM ICCKILL. : BLOCK

I turnedtd JItt Hjrup/fewOrleansMolaase-Floridaper gal*..::::.:::::...:::: 96to 30to8S 49 I System Agent, of address! Cocoanut trees are being planted "MOTHERS'' ?OTT r ">ro- .-cmoe. tl-Wt-

"Y 08-bet I will!tU be replied as be Crackers Vanderwer &: Irolntes'Standard "B. W. WREXX, all along the bay front from Lemon

waved rue farewell "When I fell downstairs Cracker XXX..8oda..... ... 7 SLemon Pass. Traffic Manager, City to south of Cocoanut Grove. Ina H. W.- W. M.

I busted suspenders, tore the Ginger EaJra Toast Soap................. 7 7 iT. C McFADDEN.Savannah, Ga. few fears they will greatly augmentthe FRIEND"Robs &, DAVIS,

back oat of my vest and ripped a coattail Miorted Mixed Cakes.. .. S : of that ,art of Florida. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
loom, but I'm all right-all right Condensed MUk-Eagte.............. 7.50 to Assistant General Pal! Agt. beauty t
Chantpion........ ..:0 to Savannah, Ga. Confinement of its Pain,Horror and Risk. ,
-and I'll git sowed up and then hunt do do )tell Broad......... 3.Uto I F. M. JOLLY GjWhtn in Brooklyn or New York
fur circus!I"SUektnt do do Challenge......... sable rlickman-Kenneri Block Lemon Strti
"
a call wu JOHN J. LITTLE, MI the Bohemian Mr wile used >>OTlIlll" FttlKSD be-i
do do Dime.............. 3-D to3 23 I Division Pass. Agent ) fore birth of ocr Urn child she did not Palatka. Fla. Mr
Cafe 910 erell'street.
Canned Vegetable*-No.3 Tomatoes S5 to .10 Tampa, Fla. at i suffer from nUIIPS.r: PAn'-'W311 quickly 4 t
to New York. do No. S Tomatoe......... & to 80 I where jou will find a full tine ot fine I relined at. the critical, hour suffering but

When the night tramp told me that do do \No.O.Okra 2 )Marrow and.Tomatoes..*....... M 83 to to 1.13 1.10 Notice of Application for Final Wines Liquors, Beer, Cigars and little recovery--*be wa had rapw no pains afterward and her E. i HASICSLL,

be was hungry and had no.moneytopay do >o.* Early June 1'aa..1.00 to 1 JO Tobacco. de7- E. E. JoBNsron.Eutaula. Ala
for food or lodging-when he added doo.2llo11too do Slaked Iteans 1.6010 I Discharge. & Sent by Mail or Express. on receipt ofrtn :LA :W'' "E :Ft
No.lBotttonUnxwnHread
that be had walked the streets of New *Irish Potatoes. -per barrel...... 1.40 IjGOtoTaM to .... \TOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEM THAT OX >,mailed f 1.00 Free.ft* bnttto. Book "To Moth- '
York after and Red Onions eM .... ........... 1.1010 .l" FEBRUARY 17th, 1S.M, I will to the era" Office boo s: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., and
could apply
day day get no "For Suffereth BBIDHELD BECCHTOB CO.,itlt-ta, Ga.
Charity .
Yellow Onion*, per barrel..... 1.T6 to .... Honorable Cent) Judge of Pntnaui County, Long. evening 6 to 8.
work-when he grew pathetic and declared Fart, Bone for seed.-. IM Florida, for m final discharge of 017 executnr- BOLD BY ALL S)! TTGGXST8Xotle
Branty Hebron,for eed...... IHO of rmyMaeoounts Office moved to Second street, next
his readiness to commit suicide ship and on that date will make Anal morn
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ClInt K d for seed. ; 1.90 such door to Methodist Cbntcb.PALATKA. .
if things didn't change I halted and Golden CottolemM Ib tin*..... ..... 1 5-1 U Executrix as provided
asked TOBACCO. CICAKKTTE.ETC. MATILTU A. STEWART, I for fuollcation.LAXD FLORIDA.
: Duke Cigarette*,10..................$165 Executrix of the last Win and Testament of *
"Why don't you get out of New SensaUoa Ott hug,t 01....... ..... SO Sarah E. Wall,deceased
Kid. It ............... 21 to30 E. E. HASKELL. :Executrix. Ornca- AT GaixEviLLK, TLA., ,
Yorkr" Arrow II .............. 30 111\I6.Attorney or aal6- December, zl, 18*. .
August 16th.
-- "Wbere'll I get tor" Real of North Carolina,2 OS. ......... 65 m .1'OT1CE IS I1EBLBT GIVEN THAT THE BENJ. P. GALHOUN
"Go to the in Duke'.Mixture. 2 0&. .. .... .... ...'. 3URaft i> following named oeuler ba filed notice of
country; go over Jersey. Itarhamlot., .............. ...... 65 intention to make final proof in support of ,
Any farmer will give you your keep" for Lacy lllntoa.......................... 41 t her claim, and that said proof will be wade before -
what can do while winter lasts." Champ Carter .. .... ................ 39 LING WAH. Clerk Circuit Court, at PaUtka Fla. on
you Georgia ltaaty 33SweetltaMett }'EBNi'AItY *. 1596. Harriet 1. Mtnten, widow ATTORNEY AT A LAW
"Yon never tried it, did you?" he ..:::'.:::::: ::::::::::::: 30 I of J<-l.b D Minu...deceai>ed, of lUrlrm, FUu, %
queried. CM max Club: *.........,.... .......... 3? lid. -'2.6M. fur the i.*", of BW>,V,and neV of 1W'r'.,
Thin Pound................ 43 ArstGlass G Cheese laundry See. fit Tp t, 8. R. 25 .. I
"No." Star.......' .'' ''' 40 hbe name the following wttaetwe to prove CF-orrics CBILL BLOCK over Poet cfflce

"I'm sure of that I have however CSr HorneShoe rr :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 33 40Peart FRONT TALATKA her. said continuous land, vis residence: G. W.upon Varne and. of cvJtivtahNlof. Harlem Paratka.lliorlda. fe23-tf fLAKE i

and I know bow it works. I land in .... .. .... ............ .... 83 ST., FLA. )'\a. H F. Link of Harlem Fla.' U. Bobannon,
Jersey City. There's a policeman right Drummund Nat. Leaf.............. a! First-class work of Harlem. Fla., John Smith, of Harlfom. fla.J .
Gold Dust per cai!>e_.......... ...,$..:s guaranteed.Work \t. BAR.V, CITY
there who looks me over and yells: done on short notice. oc4 i ii de29w Register.Sitaati0al .
'Wot a-doin here' se..g :::: iI

Lookin you fur work.' do do do U-lb::::._.::::: 44 2G3 ADMEN'ISTUATOU-3 NOTICE.To I i AUT U MAT It STOCK T K r ijNTA'XkVaters I '! /

'Skip-git-travel, or it's three (.ampDen's or TaJloo's,1-lb........?. 165 "" *'
do M whom It may Concern: Ic o, ,
months in jail'"I Hartford* Bread Preparation::::::: (

gin along up town," said the Almonds...... ..... ................... is ol8 SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE I will present my Mr*.Laura C. Ph.nr1. fUlwiBkee.WU. +/ I IQI'O SO to ISO Pigs Daily.
*and voucher to the
KnclUh Walnut..................... 14 County Jadge + d .
tramp "and I meets another copper Brazil,large.. T ot Putnam County, Florida, and ask to be dii- "...t,., .
and he yells: Filbert* .::.:::.::-.:::: ::::::::::: charged from tbt further administration on the s Ite.erole.t Hettse I\' rb I,
IVcan......._......._........... 12 estate of Charles F.Avery,deceased, late of w4AdmlDlnntor. and knowing the good Dr. Mile Nervinoha Governed bjrfcrarKy' wefahf valve. Xpnnx -
'Wot is this tIN before me? Mixed Xut*............................ u County. D. SPENCER done me.my wish to help others, overcomes .et to nut No tetAt '<. k :D tt
'An unfortunate man a-lookin fur a California RaUin....................'L48 to 1.80 August 16. 1895. tale 6m my dislike for: the publicity, this mad and let out task of <'. '< II.
.....
Sultana. ..:.... .... ...... ... 1. letter
job Fancy Evaporated Apple............ s may fin me. In Nov and Dec, 1883, eorr.tarres i iCOl rigra
'Git kate! If ain't do do Aprtcott.......... 12 The I....., had 1M "L.6rippe," ...,< trig
-hump- you he<< .,. .... ,.
Currant.... ......... ......... &Ddl mad, I r
.. WEAK of '
4jr! to'% NKH MAH VIGOROUS, wu one the first Reeumlnf dutytoo CihL BIIESE iD): 1".It
out o town in half an hour it'll be fix ::.:::.:: Eli OF ( lYBSITY
soon. with the care of I pot lar'
*o sick ;a
months in the jug.' Grate FertUlcer Etc many :==d .g1 b5 wwtd'. t I
did not regain my health, and ia a month For .c i4timk.keept.g... !7..55.1 doahdrt
"I gits out o'town and Into the coun Corrected Weekly by Tertree Co. old J.'T.hbjec 1 6c A K. W.Depot. *aboat.A laciii4BX tcitl n. t..hi
try. I sees the cows in the barnyards from leepleneaa and the draft made oa .54 board- f9m crmf+y.Ty .4 n 08pto1I.l
and the iheep gambolin; in the medders, $ to market chance my vitality that It wu a question If I could -TeUvrapbir""T.. allllft: WIM> ..,t.r.f.:: : t of'
bask. _
Cora, Mixed.perack 11* Ib*.....f 98 to 9S official N T tl- -
and I hears the fanner"whistlin u he OattWnltepera 51bs........ Kioto 1.:3 go on. A dear friend advbed me to try ESTER HOW. Kntotkr CalrvrdtT Isifto** B1thy
splits fence rails or chops at the wood Ground Feed, per sack 100 DM..... U5 to 1>ttltr. -OAT.. npAr F7 Ltx Dr. jro*.* But>ra f re JTrrritte. re"-wardMl.4t..oar Is ...5todaaas,. *,4TA. > mmn ffn ** ter before a fresh sapplr) comes d'-
Feed Meal, per laCk 100 lbe.......... to What FFFF''S NERVl Old! .ebS.iN.tioo.. Valve seat U in U of water and*
All is the 83 to I took S bottles and am happy to uy. I am 1Nr I. ..., -1dMw..siiii. c.a. I iy
pile. lovely and I gate esM
opens Pure Wbeat Feed sack 100 Ib .. .... *
Ilit ..
per LSS to It sets taeersU and Qvtrtly. Core when an U better health than m4 .ur- 5.1. as a lock-nut Can be Mt to watei:
I tin
and walks in hill Hay, Xo.1 Timothy per torn ..21.00 to 2240 Cti fait. ever. continue WIL8UM R. LEXINGTON.. KY.
and a dog as big as a > r 1 nt men rrtmin lost manbooiii o4 SMITH. I be attaehed"tank
Wheat Bran,per aack 173 1U:.::.. LSOto .. tees recover yr rh'al vlror. At1..t.tety 6rrr. B. eeoN i.tMa sue, u A nerve /W, pelts at once, and throws me down and chaws me up. Grits and MfX per bbl .......... '. 2-20W2JO ..**** t.C.rrin.mnrL* *%Itallty. M my work 1* very trying. A letter ad- I or barrel in ten mioates. \' *
Then Run Proof Data, bush........ .... ls f" *anyA'tes 2Tat.ts.te..lost tPwr ,
a woman throws a pail of hot water per to ed successfully in winter. >
dre
BetPatentMourperbbL..... 4JOto.... Cither *rm. I'.turt Merry. \tt'a.tisg I)ts- to Hllwaakeer Wiz. will reach roe- i
over me and a lAnDer comes rennin Cotton Seed Meal,Brlrht.per aack.?- UttolJS .0S5, end/...mfl Wrr tf f'.tj-t offtnMB\r**} shw.r and rraws.54. Jane 1.J9OC. HBO.LACKA a FBOEXIX. fEHrtYROmjlTlspAjiy Retail price $3.00. We pay ext "
with a club and yells out : Cotton Seed flat Dark,per aack... e.3 tor.... tl 4 inavM s wor.afeM epMvnpUoB.rfirt taets oo Dr. Miles Nervtao to cold Fountain sent to any address oa T
:ho./' 1 Unae 'd Meal... ........... OB poritrw eat
'Darn .. .... yoa tw.e.ttet..r.'att.crr flu lontatoaha* guarantee that the Brut bottle IbenenX ; Price to be remitted by express
.mPortOmentper will .
your hide but what d'yemesar bbl...... ......._ 73to .. tng FK.IL.FKAKEKVI<<*R. *e send tot tt ALdr'aSglst..ellilatela ,. ., if It coats t 7
nothing
Roeadal Cement, bbL. .... Cora be tarried b eat pate ptvpcM plain wrap. bottles fore, or tp-w gId w <*** ? ***z&p satisfactory. > :: .
per to to YI11 be. .5a '
II 'I'm a- ookia. fur work.' alter Part oerbbl........, J'=. ..... p 5 er n1tte.6..ae.al per box.or O for I. Coro Ma. WK s, Rfr1.d A rvltlT lb. Dr t.be. Dr laile.itedlcalaCo rere, :" prlce lIad. n.d W..W.:=o.J T.l. I Send locality.for one.Order Agents through wanted Im it'-f !' t

..'Wbatwmkr '_ P rYsu 2ie.t a .wec.0 Dr. 'Miles Nervine tI A&Pr------.54- ..... : dealer or C

4Any led o' Vork.) ', ._ Da: llilietl'Na Pa1a stop Bawlses .w" t STOCK FOUNTAIN CO.'iLake *
Sold by ACKEKMAX & STEWART CJao- I
Restores HeaHk 11I&I *"
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THE TIMES-HERALD BE MODERATE.As A TITAL QUESTION. ; I stErtitat! .... ".E+t''..HC.c'e'3-------'e 1 3 3 3

anticipated, the establishment at The storm and cold wave early in the r- Oanges i
PUBLISHED FRIDAYS.
Palatka of the Selden Cypress Door week has passed over and no damage ANY ONE run down, or emaciated i II I

done In Florida. Many were fearing

"THE TIMES-HERALD ICO.. Publishers Factory has been of great benefit to an experience somewhat like the opening I'''are heavy feeders of Potash. I Y from any cause whatever, will be I

. J ...:::::.::..=.- the city and, indeed, to this whole sec of the month of February last year, Potash exerts a marked influence the
J helped at by
'' DVKIOR: In bursas BaOdine, Front Btreet, tion. Employing, as it will steadily, a and many slabs of relief have escaped. on the quality and quantity once use of :

, next to Poet omce.i large force of workers, whose wages Florida planters farmers and grower of the fruit. Florida soils v v

i( .- will weekly Cow through all the channels will now take heart of grace and lay. being largely deficient in Pot ;: J ;

fi PALATKA, FLA. FEB. 14. 1896. of trade, present business and the their plans for the year freely.An is the'.mn. ash .a heavy application of a 1g .
sign } y
h prospects ot the future lave greatly encouraging fertilizer containing not less .
inonines being made as to what is tht v
r brightened,and tho disastrous effects of than 12% ofActual I of Cod-liver Oil and
Tear lil.oa. Biz best crop to plant from which to realize Hypophosphites. :
f; Bl16alT.I'I10.i HATE-OH last winter's frost have been in a measure x
aoetha, n ()eats. Tutee MotUu, 25ltal CeoLi. money. Last year most growers turned v
cnptk>n*an ia advance.s offset. Potashshould It in a peculiar sense fleshr
their attention to food crops, but now possesses
In addition to these immediate and .
the desire besides the food crows, to Y
I
is to note direct effects of the establishment of I making strength-giving elements
glad
The TIMES-HERALD
: take up something with money in il. be made. The best ,

* that Capt. Bailer, time vbose mill.will was re.Imild. !this less enterprise important and is the general indirect ore and of the no Cotton and tobacco have been in the I groves in the state \vill bear ; tf There are plenty of cases where per- :

burned ago,
down tome
i I calling of the attention to Palatka of lead as being staple articles of trade, testimony to these facts. .'I : have gained
? and as being familiar to most growers. sons a pound a day by :
1- =
those who have been looking |to Oar pamphlet w* not advertising dralan t--
pr. denies that it Is The State Agricultural 'Station has (rep ipeci&l Iul): nbot ara practical works,contain*
Tb&-l't'nucola News Florida as t possible future home or lap latest mearchc on tbe tobract of frrtfix aoo,aad.an I taking an ounce of Scott Emulsion. I
zgmntt )lr. Cooper for the senator field tor investment. The TnlElI issued instructions in its bulletins how :akaisl) bliJIullo --.*. Tlwy an net &*. UI I w .

,. > blp. It saga that "it may happen I HERALD is in receipt of many letters to plant! and cultivate tbese crops, and r.CEJUtAN KALI WOR KS. .. 5oe. and $i at all dmnrttta. ...

..;' thai the News will become one of Mr.t' I making inquiries as to the prospects many have profited by them. .1. -- .gj NwaeSwN..Y..k- _._ -..,_.... I KKaEaKKq EKKK.E+EK.t."3.1.D..?.>rK>.l.. m .b..a

It is But let us not repeat with either of .
Cooper's stauntbest supporters. I here, not alone in the city but also in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
f":T and waiun:." Bet these crops the error of .the orange!
but matching
now he And of the
most
county. one pertinent Sunday, Febmarv 10. Preaching at JforranJernissa.Dlarried .
Let
jecarcful not to wait too long; you may I inquiries made is as to the prices crop. us not make any one thins 11 and LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS
a sole dependence. Experiments a. m. ((7:30 p. m. Morning! at the residence of thebride's
x tleft. asked for real estate. theme "Tbe of dim in the i'alalka Post-office
Remaining
r, should be made with other be : brightness lights parent, at 3:30 p. m., Wednesday
It is this that the crops for the week ending Febnary 14,1896GENTS' :
just on point oark Evening theme
in places.
12 Miss
: February Alice JernUran
A coincidence: J. Fjerpont Morgan sides these, and no'grQwel should be '
; TLMES-HEKALD would offer its adviceto .'Weddings and Wedding Garments." LIST. and Mr. J. B.
for the $100,000- satisfied with Florida Morgan. The parlors
lid one thing
> 17COOOOOmore any
be moderate. Of Burke D J Brown J E
owners- ,
property Sunday School at 3 o'clock
r, ()00 gold loan in competition with others course all concede that the owners of Boil and climate will produce a variety p. m. Hall, Dr G K Hall, W P were beautifully and profusely deco-
Prayer 7:30 o'clock
than he did on bis proposition to take of crops which demand money in the meeting next Hankeraon. Prince Hastings,- raised with magnolia holly, palmettoand
l. property are entitled to realize a just Thursday evenlh A hearty welcome Hellen Chas E IIenley W S jessamine. The bnde's dress
the whole loan as the head of a syndiale. world's markets, and no grower of en wasa
benefit from any enhancement of values Kahn Lawhorn G W
It has been pretty well demonstrated terprise will remain satisfied unless he extended. beautiful silver gray serge and silk.
'' "'
which legitimate causes bnng Lees, J Loan Barkers
: that all the gold is not conIrollfrd about. It is true that the may establishment can produce more than one, or two Services in the I'resbjterian Church cCallV Parsons, Jas M The bridesmaids, Miss lAme Slapper

by the !vndicate.f very crops. .' next Sunday.by Rev. Dr. McGregor. Kawls, William H Shine, B II and Miss Morgan, wore cream Cashmere -
of such the
an enterprise as Cassava, ginger root, indigo and The many admirers of this logical Stafford, C II Turner,D. trimmed in white satin and nile

_'_ 'The contest over the proposed consolidation one mentioned and the possibility of various other articles are capable of preacher can hear him again. Willson, II D, 2 green aUk, respectively.
and Brooklyn' others, will enhance the value of prop -...- LADIES' LIST. A bounteous
: of New York profitable cultivation in Florida and repast was served to the
:" It erty. But do not let us kill the goose :Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Adams E F Bell Annie
; developing much bitter feeling. everything which is should numerous guests (friends from Melrose,
that lays these golden eggs, or by a so capable W rl conclusively
Mlcanopy and other
Js demonstrating pretty become articles of export from the -N.-- Sarah Hinton W
too eager grasping after the dollar on Hampton, ,
that in getting rid of Croler, the Tam- State. Probably and Mr. Woodworth E Williams Rosa towns), whose best wishes were
more grain hay R.
the bush lose the one in the hand. me Mellon and family! of ,
:. many boss, New York is on the verge During the times when Florida was the was produced during the past year Pittebarg, Pa., have returned to the Persons calling for the above letters heartily accorded the gown couple

; .of falling under the domination of than two '. will please say "ADVERTISED." Among the most useful of the presents
-' during any or three previous city. .
Mecca of the and desires of __
_
hopes
so
, boss-and which W. P. ANDERSON, P. M.
received of
Halt, the Republican the stimulus. dire were a set table linen
;. I years, being neces motel ....
people at the north a few years The is -- from
tell. many popular receiving the groom's parents, and a complete
.. :as the worst no man can
sity. If necessity was the mother of LUYG WART COUGH BALSAM bas no
how dinner set Mr.
by
ago, many places were permanently fresh coat of paint. Edgar, manufactured *
brought to a standstill by the the stimulus which brought about this equal as a remedy for Coughs, Colds, from the kaolin made at
is one of the things
broom
A factory result, it is to be hoped that it will bea Influenza, Bronchitis and all diseases Edgar.
of the land
should have. Broom extravagant expectations .
which- Ifclatka I mother-in-law of the stimulus which of the Throat and Lungs. Made only At 6 p. m. the young couple, accompanied
+ corn can te readily grown in ondat owners. The experiences of the past f j by R. IL Bond & Co., Baltimore MJ.I by the bridesmaids and their attendants -
will about still I
bring a more important Dr. Du Shon'sPeaI1S
: the farmers would gladly add it to were in many cases bitter, and it is to I Mr. Tom Fowler and Mr.
and
For sale Ackerman & Pa
be that the result-home support and the export of by Stewart O' rien, left for their home at Johnson -
of
,the number of their crops were there a hoped property owners I Florida httka. Fa.j .... where they tendered their friends
;: market. The fodder and the seed are Palatka will profit by these experiences produce I of life!e a reception Wednesday sight

t >good for stock, and with the establishment of others and by a course of moderation Mr. Cooper's frankness in the matterof i j If we made common amight I

of broom factoiy at a central in the present benefit so much the : sell more for a little The Ideal Panacea
the candidacy r the senatorship is me remit of 3 C yean

,. point like Palette there would be a more largely in the future. to be commended. The ambition to la nab BOX. br practice in eminent and researcho phrslnJ I i pie found out about the Jas. L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago

:1; :good profit in its growth. represent the State is honorable and dan and mcceisfol ipecudiit. conIn 'make the best jeans pants made, Iwe've says: "I regard Dr. ;','New Discorerv
It is a curious commentary on the |i venlent form for suserlnc humanity.K [ been making them, and selling as an Ideal Panacea for Cou gbs
-
t. t liberal and tolerant of the laudable. Others have the same am- THE PRINCE OF NERVE TONICS. 1 i
spirit age long enough for people to have faith in Colds and
sometimes forest that human Lung Complaints, having
..1)oli ciaus
that the of man's bitiou,and why not Mr. Cooper? Tbe THE BEST PHYSICAL VITALIZED The BUCKbKIN BREECHES
question a religion -lim.
about the known to man-a remedy wttfn cTerTtnlDgCM used it in family for the last five
nature same now ray
is just
. should be mooted in a political contest. difference with some is that while they ,I, hM failed For Joss of NERVE fore. wear longer, fit better, than any jeans

f "" as it was thirty years ago. A certain Div Cooper's religion has nothing to desire the honor and are quietly pulling. NERVOUS VITAL POWERS DEBILITY.NliRVOLS we kn PROSTRA*s of the pants made by anyone, an:,where. fears, to the exclusion of physicians
"
\ f' Congressman from Massachusetts, the wires for it, they wish it to I TION In male or female For IMPOTENCE.fU prescriptions or other preparations. a.,
; do with the United States senatorshtp. apparently the result indiscretion and bad babittul : An esteemed subscriber in New
Rev. John Keoknk
Ion
Barrett by njlfe> ;jwrsr t expect a come to them unsought Come for Paralral.actual threatened.. for Sex.u Bnrgns, ,
. jjgnlh-CaTfiiinian to disavow and re- I The editor of the Baptist Witness nal Weakness of all kind; for Bladder and York, in renewing subscription to TtIETIYESHERALD writes: "I have beep. l..minister of Ala

'.mounce his beliefs of those first four should be rejoiced to know that Mr. right out, gentlemen, and sap frankly 3 ITf:t: *. ; All for : rriec.1l1an :'I says: "I congratu-- Methodist Episcopal Church for CO
r what that
the
o:;. is you want, party can con- n cheerfully answered If is enclosed I 1 I
Cooper -a rare thing among politicians stamp late the of 'the
on success committee
; ': years ot the sixties. The Massachusetts sider your abilities and standing and U your druggist does cot keep them send 11 to you years or more, and have never found
t:' remarkable -a religious man. The idea that for securing;: the sash and blind fac anything to beneficial that me
or
man most be a most make its choice.Improvements. DU-SHOH f MEDICINE COMPANY, gave
,..., : innocent There are still some I because he does not travel the narrow Lock Box 41$,ATLANTA,GA. tory. I hope, as you say in a recent such speedy relief as Dr. K111 's New
I road under the auspices of this or that issue it will be Starter' for other "
en this Ideal
thousands of men living who fought in and repairs are being Discovery. Try Cough
sect he is unfit for the Senate is ridiculous. yMiss .1 "
gray uniforms who now are as staunch made at the St. George Hotel.Best 1- I terprises. Remedy now. Trial Bottles free at

in loyalty 10 "old glory" as any who And it Js pretty certain that What use is there eating when Ackerman &; Stewart's Drug Store.
I KATE LUCAS
Bro. Porter does not really know what
fought in blue. be thinks he knows. I I; food does you no good-in fact, when Miss Georgia Hampton, of Gainesville

it does you more harm than eood. for who has been visiting Miss Gertrude
" The success of the popular loan is 'l such is the case if it is nut digested.
The Jacksonville Citizen ID its anxiety l If have a loathing for feod thereis Avery in this city,returned home I,
view of he you
the more remarkable in 1 1k 1t
promote the candidacy"reeeptive" MILLINERY no use of forctn it down, for it will Tuesday. ,
fact that the of the ____
majority upper be You \
of a certain'gentleman for not digested. must restore the
Louse of Congress is diametrically op- the sen&torship stems deposed; to digestive organs to their natural I A felt want is thai knawing at the

r posed\o President Cleveland's views. apologise for the fact that the Democratic strength and cause the food to be di stomach after you have eaten a full i

Were the country likely to adopt silver party, in its Tampa platform And Fancy Goods. genteel with it when a relish an for appetite fd. will come and meal, and cau't eat any more, and yet I

jnonornetalUm the loan would hardly was apparently ant agon is.ic to the ,, The tired, languid feeling will give there is that feeling as though you had
IIa in eiock and diversified
an elegant
be bid for nearly six times over. And railroads. The fact has yet to be established line of ail goods peitaimng to- place to visor and energy then you eaten: nothing. What it wanted ..then

the silver majority of the Senate that the Citizen has any welt the Millinery Dusinets. will put flesh on Jour bones and be Is a dose of feimmoua Liver Regulator,

finance commUl, it is said intendto authenticated credentials as an apologist \ 1 A !SPXTALTT Full *9M>rtroent of come strong. The Shaker Digestive the beet Dyspepsia curt; for that iswhat
Cordial as made by the Mount Lebanon knowing mens.hhD'f Ont Liver
report nothing during thesesalonbutilver for the Democratic party or its STAMPED LIXEN GOODS and EMBPOIDEHIED -
Shakers contains food alreadv lezutator[ is all that is recommended
busmees. It be doings. The party needs no apologist.The ilr31r. "11 KS.KxperttiH for London
may expectedthat digested and is a digester of food as'' Indigestion. -A. II. Dyche,
Trimmer in
!
Northern
*!* ,
many good fnendsof silver will be party has its principles, somewhat T. IT. Ilindman charge of Trlmmio; Department. nol well Its action is prompt and its effects Ky.
oI.J. !r than the Citizen. It is neither permanent
alienaicd by such a taiddal course. anally Fort Lawn, B. C. The Patetka Lodge of the National

y nor an encuij of any clues or body NOTICE Doctors prescribe LAXOL because it fraternity will be organized at the

The fact that Mr. Cooper has kept tn, ajd in legitimate pursuits. That For the Blood tJ S. LAUD OITICB tlst.rerrttt>ti Fuu } bas all the virtues of (:actor Oil and is Council Chamber at 8 o'clock to-ojgbt.

himself free of the bitter feud which there are Democrats solicitous that ._. J-umarr r., lte! V.COMTT palatable. -...--

neither railroads nor any ether organ Hood' Proved Its Merit-Eczema .4INT uArnr RRSr TEItED The reKfencw of Major J. L.'Burton,
has been in Du,- and
raging al county .
>>office: by Witxi4X M BYA acatnstUf St. George Hotel.
at rte same time pmened the red[ body fhoulil obtain any undue Cured. B. Umwdy for abandoaiDK&to IHine- of Crescent Gity.'wa; *destroyed by fire
respect advantages is both natural and ** fcd green No.23.1M, dated IwwnOwr 14. 1.... This hotel has rapidly grown in popularity
proper.It Z have need Hood's and
Sarsaparilla Thursday Iasi saved
Section 2, on Nothing was
of all good democrats should be a n u *vI4 nwV4 nw% '
(Is also Democratic. The greatest know it Is the best medicine for the blood 11 t. and e"n >,4. Section 10. TouMkici fc 8.H. and is now conceded by the a mattre few chairs and
except a several
strong argument in his favor. Florida good of the greatest number is sound I hive ever taken:: Two years ago t had cancellation.25 E in Putnam of t said ounty.entry FU.,the with aid a view parties to' traveling public M one of the best tranks. ,

needs a man who can represent the doctrine. \ilrosds come in only incidental a sore on one of my limbs below the knee. are hereby anoinoned to appear at Wtat- managed hotels in the :Stat Two Important
yak Fla..before John Harvey", N. P., OB )lo.. -
wholtt tale in a dignified and statesmanlike ] '. And it Leeds I Dollars thrusts have contributed TUB TIME FOR BUIf.DINO
} no supeizeaious Spent Many DAY the 9th day of MARCH. teas,at ID o'clock. to

manner, not depending among organ to apologize the doings for medical attendance and treatment bat i. m.. to aid rerpmtd alleged and ahaiKhomieaV tarnish MMinony Th ooareroing ea"- place this old ubliihed hotel in the Up the system h at this sea ou. The

his constituents on a personal and factional cf a Democratic convention. Jus. all in vain. At last a friend urged me to will be considered at this office, MAl: n 27, front rank-first, its present manager cold weather has made unusual drains

following, breeding discontent tire to all is a gxxl motto, and if the try Hood's Banapamia. I told him It 1X16. J. M. BAROUfeTtd Register.NOTICE. gins to every: department of service upon tbe vit..l forces. The blood has
would not do me any rood as I had the
and division in the party ranks. The Cltizen'a candidate is such a strong beet of doctors In this vicinity attend his personal attention, the comfort and become impoverished and impure and .

party has been cursed long enough railroad man that his ortran is called tne and.they lie prevailed said it was serere me however case otecxema. satisfaction of every guest is thus secured > all the function of the body suffer tn 1

wiih personal polities. Let us get upon to apologize for the Democratic to take one bottle and upon when it was auHood's C SJLAXD OrncK AT QAnmYitLZ, F......,I ; second, the jrice has been consequence. Hood's Sarsapanlra Is ;

down to the bed rock of Democracy party that candidate's claims must be Saraparittm- January S7, !**>. ( brought to a point U: .. meets. and receives the great hoi'.der because it lube One

und principles, which the party is weak indeed" 0)iM.Ar\1' HATINO BEEN EXTKRED BBTIXaeainft universal commendation. The True Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic.HOOD'S \.
office WILUAM 11.
\j at this by
and of the Su
unalterably committed to. and the Andrew J. Drawdy for abandoning Wes popularity success
Work on the extention of the Street Homeatead Yntrla.: .20,971.' dated l>eceo>t>er 13. George is secured. PILLS become the favorite ,
i choosing of its best and purest men as taken I noted a slight 1890. upon tbe e& eV4 Sectten S, Township t, .
Railway Is proressing nicely under the 8. Range 23 E in Putnam County Fla.. with a'' cathartic with all who use them. All
i its representative'sThe Improvement. I have Cures view to the cancellation of said entry. the said druggists. 25c i iI
of
President
personal supervision Craig hereby samnoned to atBannrmlk i
now used six bottles parties are appear
Fla, before John Hanrey N. Pon .. I t
business men of the city should -- and my leg is welL Had It net been for MONDAY' the sib des; erf MARCH, MM, at 10 I Miss Theresa hembert, one of Dray-

\not. rest on their oars and be satisfied All up with him.GIN would Hood's ever Banaparilla have conquered I do not iny think com X clock, a m! said to alleged respond abandonment.and lurnisb testimony The cue PLANTING]] I ton Island's charming and accomplished :

*'Uh what has been accomplished. The plaint." J.W.IIrnnst.x,Fort Lawn S.G will be considered at this office, MARCH 27 tKttJ i I young ladies, visited the city
)I. HARCO well b rnn U half done. Berrtnwell
prospects: of the city were never bright- Hood's Pills rare an Dyer His, eonittpa- te;-tt _Register I \ by rettlnr Fern's he.4s. j jkDon't ( last week, as the guest of Jadze C.
let chance determine]
fJ and influences should be at work U.... tdouneis.lick headache.todlrestton. loorao erry'g itillls and family. j

toktng to the establishment of various t '. ,. S. E CHILDS.I i S CTerrwbere.eda mown and sold J

lads of manufacturing establishments. Before yon plant,retFerry's -1
FOR SALE
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Seed AMU!
pete is no better location in the coun bra
for 1O&. Contain more prmo-T j
[for the manufacturing, of tubs ands S tips information for farmers!
One of the most desirable PIANOFORTES
and pardoners than high-/ ,
and tn fact of ,, many
almost all kinds of priced text booka Mailed tree.a Payilg ;
denware. The + a.rraer .rh attaerr,txa.
woodenware manu r r Places in Put- And ORGANS.

ory at Gainesville, established not 1, DIeters'
long has t County. Convenient PIA O TUNING A GREAT SPE t,
since: met with good nam -
,
ess, and its business is steadily / r CIALTY. RestaurantlFOR I Bills
to Railroad and The -
og. There is no reason why G Gl Mr. cniLDS was traveling salesman Wigwam t TAlIC

*\an establishment here should not' River. and tuner fur twenty years for P. P. B B B-

Jccessf nL There is ample room in j Weriein's great Son.hern music houseof L1DJB m GENTLEMEN I .
New Orleans. Mr. Werlein madea ,
Ik* now for a board of trade with' l Elegant Residence. public assertion that Mr. Chllds was THE GREAT REMEDY

wlive secretary, who would place 1 >Ial, the best piano tuner in the city of New fOR ALL BLOOD ANO SKIM OtfEA3E3ttr
with modern PIlls wa ww.pq rre ty-
th bws of the desirability of Paiatkaas improve- Orleans. l en WW B ( rn rlrv H ran Ml+ .a ... war MY

joanafjLcturing center where it Mr. GUILDS keep the best and V =- ...ar.1 awn .-v wllr
woido PHOSPHATE ments. cheapest Pianos ever sold in the South. Foraeitr Vaaaead bf Mrs. L Bendrlcboo. IIROFUlA. ULCIH. EZIIM.t1III. .
good. All orders can be left at Cochrane's kube BBeat.ty aropeiM For full .... ... ., hftJJo. aPUAD.-o ..
Will cure Kidney Troubles, "Nervous particulars book store or may be sent Jhrough the atsnso saw. II Ie
Indigestion. For sale by s4rs,Cl & Ste-vks Ie OHerBsMlar .. ..... ty rr.w...w. ....r.ta..II w Mteloea
.T \ jw wrwaa
U. S. Oov't Reports Disorders, address J. this postoffiee.Residence .wwe ... ,.wr .........
D. RIXGILAX FJ. care First street second door
MABCUS LOEB, : ,
\ :)w Royal Banal Powder J. MCRpnr Tox RAT from McLart '. Meals 95 cent. Xeal Tickets can be lilT FlEE ....I L <<'JIM,
M for
office. store.FAX4TXA had tt>e asting., Front Moo opp.PtiUMa. tttttla N..Aewh! .tkas
erior to all other. oe<-l7 Fu.L. esaF J. L Allelr9liMllH.lewpr.

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; ,. \ THE TIMES-HERALD, FEBRUARY 14, 1896.' '

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THE TIMES-HERALD. TILLJI AN'S gPEECH--Concntde4.: der the behests of the gold ring we are togo Notice ..

The cry WM "Stop the purchase of silver to a monometallic standard and to national I to Tax-Payers. ..

atop diluting our currency and confidence bank notes alone, I ask some man .......
ISSUED EVERY .... .. ..FRIDAY will be restored." lie had waited to answer why the government's primary You are hereby notified that I will

until the 'object lesson," the panic man- notes are not as good as its secondarynotes best

I ufactured to order by his fellow oonnplm-. ? The reason Is yon have your 4,000 Crescent City, Precent No. 1, on Feb What is

P A LA'I KA. FLA. FEB. 14 1690. ton, had swept like -a cyclone over the millionaires. You want a few thousand ruary 18ih 1805.Georgetown .

country, prostrating all business enterprise more, with about 0,000,000 paupers. Precinct No. 2, Feb

----- I and industries, and the newspapers had And what are the people going to. do ruary 11.DE:8'ton.

bowled in chorus In the ears of the people about It? Why are these Iniquities permitted : Island, Pndnet No. 2, February

even All month.aavcrtMtiff Special Mil at become
n a1 f'&Dee. the monetary crisis. In the meantime actIve -j actions the executive unchecked No' ,Precinct No. February 15.

All etnltUiMM wield be mad br expres*. agents had been at work arrangingfor man here denies the assertion that it Is 1 Welaka. Precinct No. 4, February 14.
a"winter &
or ntfMerwi leU r. the control and manipulation of the unlawful to Issue bonds to pay the current Como Precinct No. 5, February 20.

TUB TIHES-UrUALD COMPANT. Democrats In the house and senate when espouse of the government, and vet U baa j: Pomona, Precinct No. 6, February

BOX S P.LAI'JU. FLORIDA. congressibould assemble. Congress met, been done. There baa been a lame ezplanittlou I 21st

and so well timed had been the date of Its attempted, that.mint-med greenbacks -
Satsuma.Precinct No.7, February 2o
assemblage and so cogent the arguments had to go into the K ueral fund and

brought to bear that. the so called representatives be reissued, but if they were received for San Matco, Precinct. No. 8, February27th.

of the people were swift to obey the gold for which the bonds have been Issued .

orders. The party platform and Its pledgeswere and they were not used to pay current For the purpose of receiving Tax Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for In&ut!

thrown to the dogs. Democrats expenses, where are they The responsibility Returns for 1890. All tax-payers will
1896 FEBRUARY. 1896 and Children. It contains neither- Opium, Morphine nor
pledged to the rehabilitation of silver surrendered of providing revenues and please meet me.

their manhood and their. princi looking after the solvency of the treasury, W. M. WILLIAMS, other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless substitutefor

SUo plus at. the. behest of the money power and which nets with congress, has been Tax Assessor.
Mo. Tu. We. Th.1 Fr. Sa. its representative, the president, and the. usurped by the president.Now Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.

--I[ purchasing clause of the Sherman law was comes the crucial question for the Crimina.1 Court Jurors. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by

repealed by the bourn with Indecent haste. Republican party. Why have yon not Impeached The Putnam County Criminal Court Millions Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
Democrat. and Republicans vied with each Mrs You have nearly a three-
Record
of in
will this
convent on
other la the furtherance of the pV>licjr fourths Mtptsay at the other end of the city ferorishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd

2 3 45 6 7 8 which had been formulated and steadily -capitol, which alone can formulate articles the 25th instant. The following jurors cures-Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves ,-

pursued by the senator from Ohio. If he of impeachment. Why have you act impeached have been drawn for the term:
here I would take off hat to him teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
were my him ,
9 L J Canova P. Wealhersbee
10 11.12
13 14 15 ,
If I bad It on my bead,and I do U now A Not .of Warning. assimilates the food
Gio. W Knowles Henry Castoria regulate the stomach
Clemens
typically, a* the victor of 1'lotel'lltD this The money changers are In the temple ,

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 financial struggle of a quarter of a cen of our liberties and have bought the sentinel J C Grimslev, W S Yates, and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas

tury. lie has the proud satisfaction of on guard. It may be too late. God Geo. M. Long, J \V Wimberly, toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's friend

knowing that he has brought the party grant it be not no, but this great republic Robt S Eviller F E Buss, __ .

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 which be so bates to its knee and has livedto can only be saved from the miseries of W B Cheathanr, T.W Duane. .

ItIO.ID&n1 of his old antagonists enlisted revolution and Internecine strife In the Castoria. ..

under his banner of monopoly and class near future by 1U citizens casting aside Ilow
ENJOY GOOD HEALTH.
privileges. They sit at his feet; and acknowledge blind allegiance to party and marshaling TO "Cast rfa It an excellent: medicine for ehI1CastorIa fa so well adaptH to hfldr a thai

WISE AND OTHERWISE. his leadership. themselves under the banner of Jefferson's ', If you-are suffering with any akin or dreg Mothers hare repeatedly t.QJcl me of its I recommend It a superior toaay preaoriptioa:

When the senate met, there was an acknowledged democracy and Lincoln's republicanism, blood disease, Rhuematism, Catarrh, good effect upon their children.** known to me."

Paragraph to Palatka pointedly majority of men open and out-. determined to restore the republic to the i Da. O. C. OMOOB H. A. JIt'n..II. IX,
Pertaining Ulcers. Old sores General Debility.etc. .
)ta 111 So. Oxford St.Brooklyn N.T.
spoken In their determination to stand by form In which It was left to us by the I Lowell a

Prevent the white metal, and who were electedon fathers and since consecrated by the blood I ., send stamp to the Blood Balm Co. *CastorU Is the best remedy for children of "Our physicians lathe dtlMrenl 4eprt-

Mrs. Belle Joort,of PalestineTexas that. Issue. Cut the process of debauch of brothers shed in civil war, engenderedand Atlanta, Ga., for book of wonderfulcures which I am acquainted. I hope the day U not meet have spoken highly of taI* expert ..

is visiting Mrs. J. IL Dorsey. ery began. "Vote according to my will brought about by just such statesmanship free. This book will point the far distant when mother wfll coulter the real nee in their outride practice wttti CkMMrta.

or you will have no offices." Vole according : as we have here The encroachments laterat of their children and me Castcria IIIaDd although we only have among ear

Salem Graham, the boos hotel mane to my will, and If your people do of the federal judiciary and the snpineness way to a speedy recovery. Botanic stead of the rationsquack nostrum*which are medical supplier what la known a* rtgvlar

is on a short visit to IMscayne Bay. not like It I will take care of you." The and venality-corruption, I may say-of Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) is manufactured destroying their loved one,by forcing opium, products,yet we are free to ccmttm that the

newspapers raved and abused the senate. I the representative branches of the govern- after long tested prescription of an morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful merits of Castoria has won as to look with .

Patrick Cunneely is having six of his Bankers telegraphed and wrote. Cham- ment are causes of deep concern to all eminent physician, and is the best agents down their throats, thereby tending favor upon it." .
bers of commerce passed resolutions, and i thinking and patriotic men. We are fast to Ur HosrrriL DMTSPIAKY
houses moved from Main to Second tnUdio'g-up and blood purifying med- them premature graTea Tin AID ,
,
slowly the senate yielded. In 90 days the drifting Into government injunction In .
iciue in the world. Beware of substi I>a. J.F.KnrcHXLoa, Baton. BssaCoaway
street. and the chains rivetedon the interest of monopolies and
deed was done, were corporations Ark. Attars C. Seam I1.
J. J. Bowen the ."Paint Doctor Is the wrists of the tolling millions. Did and the supreme court by one corruptvote tutes. Price $1.00 for large bottle. See

the raid on the treasury stop Was confidence annuls an act of congress looking to advertisement elsewhere. The Centaur Company Murray Street, New Yerk City.

at work again after an absence of restored? Did prices rise? Did the taxation of the rich. For sale by LtruggisU.. .-, -

eral month Bev-I prosperity return? All these things had Sir, the struggle from 1861 to 1865, -

been promised by this prophet, yet none of which drenched this fair land in blood, Dr. S. E Peck, a prominent citizen of
and
Mrs. Geo. W. Fields two
them came to pass.Bamboating. was to emancipate 4,000,000 blAck slaves. Pomona was in the city Tuesday, and
of Cedar Keys, are visiting Mrs. Chas. tM Fanner. We are fast. approaching a condition which
will place the collar of industrial bondage made ns a pleasant call. The Doctor
II. Hen-era. ,
Congress convened In regular session, around the necks of ten times that. many reports everything "looking-up" in his ..-
and the farce of tariff reform began. The
Mr. John Donaldson was called to white slaves. I would not predict revolution -
demoralized and dispirited house, under section, but. says it is too healthful for
of or war if I did not feel that. relief
"
Savannah on Monday on account the
the whip and spur of the executive, passeda doctors.
mdst come either by the ballot or that an __
death of his sister. tariff bill, and hoping to lay a pontoon
effort will be made in a few to obtain -
years
bridge by whl'"Wo back to their outraged Finninger'
pans Hood's taken at this
Sarsaparilla 5
J. II. Doreey is offenng pure white const!' Ai they passed a bill providing It by bullets. You may look upon ,
me as an enthusiast, as an alarmist or an season will make you feel strong and 3
Leghorn eggs for sate. See advertisement for tl age of the seigniorage. .
anarchist, but with the sober convictions
wanted iboozle the dear farm- vigorous and keep you from sickness
column. They
in another of common sense I tell yon that. the teaching .
ers by sayln Kiita we repealed the later on.Captain.
of all history Is belied, and we must
The Gem City Guards will,next Monday Sherman law wt .Wnod 150,000,000 of silver
surrender the belief that like causes
night <, iTe4a.squad competitive ,"Ait the president would none of it, like effects If men expect that.produce the Tom Strange the old St
and wulle be attempted to bulldoze the
drill, to which a small admittance will millions now out of employment and the
senate Into accepting the tariff measure Johns veteran who has been in the
other millions who are working out a
be charged. without amendment in spite of his hlmnlateel of the Beach & Miller Line fora
hopeless existence of toll year In and year employ

We are indebted to our old friend, vehemence indignation the tariff It out, the women "stitching in poverty, number of years, has resigned his
bill modified In
particulars.
was BIG
many CLOTHING (
John n. Dominick for a bottle of finewjne. passed finally, and we have had an experience hunger Liy the senator and dirt,from depicted South this Dakota morning(Mr. position as captain of the steamer Star, HOJL

Mr. Dominick never forgets the with this measure of tariff reform a Kyle), the men bearing their hopeless burdens and will shortly take charge of a boaton
la Cleveland.
printer, of debt, all directly traceable to bad the Savannah river. The best wishes
It Is true be did not sign U and allowedit ... --
F. A G1bert'ttieenterprising cabinet to become a law without approval. But reckoning.government, will not some day have a of his many friends go with'him -

maker, shipped to John Seynold, at here agils we have a spectacle of charlatanl'1 Yon all remember Macaulay's prediction
and of How's This !
a hypocritical assumption superiority -
West Palm Beach, Tuesday four handsome to his party which has a>waysmarked that some day government would be put
In charge of this country by the commune. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward --
bread cases. his career. The tariff law which The LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE -
When that time comes, God have mercy on
be repudiated as unworthy, Involving for any case of Catarrh that can
A rattlesnake two and a half feet long you millionaires who have stolen so muchof
I "party and dishonor, 1s the
perfidy party '
the people's money I not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
killed in the basement of the Hart sheet anchor to which be
now clings.
was J. CHENEY & Co. Proprietors
I say to the senator from Maine and to -
The fall In of all farm products STYLES of
prices ,
Block Wednesday. Ills snakeship was the other senators who stand, here as sx Toledo, Ohio.
which are our principal articles of export, xments of the creed which would enslave We the underpinned l have known
the possessor of two rattles. has brought disaster and ruin on the ,
pro- I the American people by the consummation F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
clause who farm one-half of our
ducing -
take Cod Liver Oil 1"This
"I cannot
entire The impoverishmentof of the scheme to which they are committed believe him perfectly honorable in all
population.
is a mistake. Try Aromatic Cod Liver the farmers has destroyed their ability !i : The Armenians are here at your I'business! transactions, and financially

Oil made by It II. Bind & Co., Baltl. I to purchase on the one hand, while the decreased I doors. In every city and amlet. and able to carry out'any obligations made CLOTHING
county of those United States they can be
more Md. It has no taste cf be oil I prloe of their products of export In ,' by their firm.
found and I not be
warn theyw11l I
Delightful to take. Prescribed byphysicians. European markets baa left our delta for held down for all time you by the Turks who WEST & TRUce, Wholesale Druggists,
and interest Toledo Ohio.
obligations
imports on our ,
Builds broken down now them. A day of reckoningwill
up oppress
abroad unpaid; hence the export of goldto WALDIXO, KIXNAN & MARVIN,
unless there is
come no longer a just
']stems cures Consumption and meet those obligations. The boasted Wholesale Toledo Ohio.
Druggists ,
,
God in beat 1, and, when it does come,
Bronchitis. For ealfe by Ackerman & "home market" for which the protectionists : Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
woe be unto those who have boon among In the BEST and MOST HANDSOME
clamor can no longer purchase the .
Stewattl'alatts. I the oppressors of the people. The present acting directly upon the blood
products of our home factories except In f' U too like that and mucous surfaces of the system.
struggle: unfortunately
of the Gem Guards
At a meeting City largely decreased quantities. The basis of
I which preceded the late<< civil war, ima- Price 75c. per oottle. \Bold by all drug-
Wednesday< night, Miss Edna Robie all wealth agriculture, being depressedand I much as it is sectional. The creditor sod gists. Testimonials free. PATTERNS included in the Large
pauperized, all other Interests rusting
was unanimously elected sponsor for i the manufacturing states of the north and art
upon It are depressed and Inj tired. The
the company. This is quite a compliment Englishman chuckles, as shown by the I I east, those which have grown Inordinately -. II1IMRSIMOLOCNEP'S
I wealthy at the of the producing f
Miss Rohr the senator from Colorado, at the cheapness of expense line
to and at same i classes of the south and west, are.urging Stock just 'led. In the ofents'
the which send him. I will
time the Guards may well feel congratulated exports we this policy with the besotted blindness of ,. p
take the with
liberty, theleDatol"lpermls.lion
'I
Belshazzor.; The old slaveholders of the I
that the ha
young lady accepted to Insert as an appendix the figures ,
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south were not more arrogant or more de-
the honor. furnished from that English the
paper
termined. "The sordid despotism of
[ other day In regard to the profit of one
I wealth," to use the apt phrase of Justice
We are in receipt of an item fromPalatb's year's purchase of cotton and wheat ta Furnishings
Brown, Is already felt throughout the land.
beautiful .I iburb, Francis, bowing the cause of this deficit requiringthe
The representatives in congress from FINISHING BRAIDS.
but decline to publish account of itsanonymostty. export of gold. those state, without regard to party affiliations
Then mark the result. With the gold
are solidly arrayed under the banner DRESS LIriIN S.WH..uJmosEs
It is with ,
regret,
being exported to meet our foreign obligations
of monopoly and the gold standard. Beautiful and Attractive Novelties
however, that we take this action butit and the public credit attacked by and CASINGS. Many -
Greed and self interest seem alone to actuate
would not be consistent to break the gold gamblers with encouragement them. Self preservation and patriotIsm -
and connivance of the president, Roths 4 BEST CORSETS (P. & Go's.)
should bind the south and weft In
this established rule. child and his American agents graciously are now offered at very Low
bonds of union. We
equally strong can :
condescend to come to the help of the United CO AT3' CO T TON, 4 emu.
AOl dragfffeU Mil Dr. MOOS' Ncrro PlMbua.Miss not. afford to longer put party above coun .
States treasury maintaining the gold *

standard, which has wrought the ruin and try.You SPOOL SILK LADIES' WAISTS,
Daisy Livingston entertained a I have already been told In glowing Prices.
only charge a small commission of 110- .
number of friends Monday evening, an language by the eloquent senator from CHILD'S CAPS, BEST HOSIERY.
000.000 or so on one little transaction.
Missouri that the conflict Is "Irrepressi
old-fashioned candy pnU being tendered Great God I That this proud government I
HONEST SHOES at Lot Price .
i ble and It Is easy to see from the temper {:
the young folks. AH who attended the richest and strongest on the face of the
and feeling of the equally distinguishedsenator
should have been to low CKOdUET SILKS.
globe brought so
,
report a delightful time. We I' from Colorado and other western '.
a pass that a London Jew should have

acknowledge the kind remembrance of been appointed Its receiver, to have charge emancipation senators that baa the begun.struggle And for the the new new I I CROCHET COTTON,.wWttand col- .

the young lady In sending in a nice of the treasury, with an option on any additional ,. Mason and Dixon's Lena which Is drawn, ored. .
issue of bonds, and to C FINNINGBB.IF
platter of candy. presumed :I not by the surveyor but by the denial of : A. .
and to take care of .
patronize us promisee
Goods Ladies' Wrappers.
the natural and inalienable"right to life, Stamped ,
Mrs. R. D. has Is there a man here '
day moved into the our great country liberty and the pursuit of happiness" to a
who think of It without blushing MILLINERY. FirstCIass Goods I
old Pavilion corner of Second and can large majority of citizens will sooner or .. .
A QW UOB For Republican later bring in the bonds of union
Oabgetreets.. The house has been I together told ONLY.
Now. again I regret the absence of thesenator the toiling and now downtrodden massesof :naens autfi."tter.

thoroughly repaired, in fact almost rebuilt from Ohio[Mr. Sherman j, becauseIf the cities and the equally desperate Ladies' Knit Underwear.

Mrs. day will conduct a board be wore present I should ask him this masses of the country. Agrarianism and I II

ing house in her usual first-class man. question and If he deems it worth while communism will Join hands. There are Ladies' Linen Underwear.

he can answer U hereafter U, a* I nave million now on the march, and they

ner and solicit a share of patronage. said, with only 23,000,000 people at that I', tramp, tramp, tramp-tramp the sidewalks Parasol and Umbrellas. I

time floating the enormous amount of currency hunting work and tramp the highways Orange GrovesAnd

Issued to carry on the war, with j i I begging bread. Unless relief comes IN THE MATTER OF TIlE ESTATE OF YOU WANT' Jj I

Awarded ,000,000 men or more withdrawn from they will some day take a notion to trampto I WILLIAM U. SFFCK DECEASED.
productive Industries to be marshaled under I', Washington with rifles In their hands I rJ
THE
Highest Honors-World's Fair, the stars and stripes for the maintenance to regain the liberties which have been I PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS against Other Propertyin

of the Union the country was so i I stolen from them or which their representatives ALL estate of WILLIAM H. Prtca, deceased, -BESTSflRDEN"
.DR. herd notified to the same to me.a .
: are y present
prosperous, with Industries thriving no have sold, and the hitherto conservative I *Adntai..tnuiz. wltlan UM time prescribed South Florida

tramps, no beggars what did It? Enough force of the republic, the well to I by law,and all ir on*indebted to said estate in your nehbor; !xx3d ti-, .;" oo
money, perhaps too much money, but stillenough. ,, do agricultural class, will lift no hand to are reqntrrd.br this notice to make Immediate FOR SALE.
stay the march but It. God payment of the oe.l': my agent.CKAJLLKS J I PLANT OUR FAMOUS
I join grant Rouzau,al his ralatka.Florida
WCft If In 1818. I beUeTe-'U was, when CODI'ft8Io that our country may be spared the enactment MART JCWtTHLNE SPECK.Administratrlx. The only Hotel Building the town

In obedience to the orders of the i of such scenes as were witnessed in of
I Bowling; Green.1 DeSoto
Rea. P. CALHors, Attorney. jal7-8w CountyFla.
declared that those greenbacks'
people, Part In 1789. But the fair flower of liberty. January 17th. t6. :
should not be retired, but should be reissued I! planted by Jefferson In the Immortal I ., containing sixteen looms; also a

we could float that much paper 'I' Declaration of the ith of July, 1776, watered I an of which are described and fflus- good two-story store building; rentingnow
CREAM money before we had any gold or any silver by the blood of our Revolutionary
tried in our beautiful and entirely for 96 per month, on same two
E hernia, In the name of common sense sires under Washington, cannot: be uprooted Grove for Sale New Catalogue for 1896. Anew with
lots HoteL
and the idea of prosperity which seems to t or smothered by the noxious weedsof feature this season Is the Free de-

BAKING ban departed from this legislative assembly monopoly and class privilege without livery of Seeds at Catalogue! prices to The entire property will be sold for

why can we not now put out 600- bloodshed, and a cataclysm which will Post Office. This"New Cata- $1.23) cash.
any
000,000 c* $800.000,000 of greenbacks ORANGE GROVE and EIGHTY
give us a military despotism or leave the
live us the doable standard, and we can republic redeemed, regenerated and disenthralled logue" we wi3: mail on receipt of a A number of other lots, Improve
ACRES of LAND, within two mires 2-aDtstun ,or to those who win state
: PWMR flat that many greenbacks at par with Is Just* tore to come as yonder' where they Saw this advertisement the and unimproved at low figure

gold and silver any day In the year and sun shines In the heavens, unless w* do Palatka. Will sell for one-third wffl be I Also several
Catalogue mailed Free Orange Grores.
bere will be no more talk of the public our duty ben and take the hands cf these: /
MOST PERFECT MADE.A credit and of the honor of the cation conspirators off the people' throat and original ralne. IPETER bearing tree were killed down in

pure Crape Cre m of Tartar Powder. Fret The struggle, and the only 1tnI ;te. Is give them aa opportunity brealbe to For particulars addressP. HENDERSON &; GO.331r'f TidI tT. and half crop of fruit

from Ammonia, Alum or whether we shall have aU government paper work, \0 UTe. CoztIu ft.XnrTc8. pected the coming season.
adulterant
toy other O. Box 464 Palatka Flat Address
or all D&Uooa1.bect. paper, and If nn- a JONES & ?
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,r: :I I HIDDEN & BATES SOUTH RN MUSIC HOUSK.", "(unty and>City OFF1CKR3 Directory.COTTS : I I "Millions -

TilllM--enJd.
CerropondeBce .
e 'Tinteai Conn .* Record-W. :H
SaV8JLnab.
FEDERAL POINT Feb. 10. I : a.

I m sttJw\nk. the editors of the I W1gg.ammtjr -MMfeor-B. P.Vhoaa. I of Money -
ESTABLISHED 1870. "...... R", .. b iF

i !:*.Uyz.jtfor their very flatter- .h.I'. t...wii'ty "OIr'-V. f Cap .... .".,....
THE LARGEST and OLDEST I'J.USIC'HOUSE.of flt. ..
owresI CoMihtiMiaoer W. Thorn + '
log perftGDm iioticts of myself in last poi I I For Inch ",
(>>4b..1J: -.. Ka*r y. C. H OUchrltt,Job an ..
week'., .jvpe. It Is. true that we do the SOUTH Jianeock Jvtui JUrrey. Tt. Board nccU tt> I J! ;' s
: : ) I :
r.: AId"-. IB of Time -
, day Mch tmoitk.
take: a deep Interest in cur county pa DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUKA. TUHK uljli OWN ;f J i -._ = :1 j
: Clerk Circuit Co&n-Jii Price. '
pers. Oar interest in these home oubJic&tkms PIANO, besides the other renowned makes, which se handle -n.<* ')ware? I I i eherif.Job W.lIap.. I waned I 'f V
Bess. .
r. .
, is much greater than for any Do you know that we have our own Factor aNw YniV. employ our I County Oollectnr-m k C. BUaehard.Covmty I poor Queen 'J
own skilled workmen, and can rive you a BETlPh VALUH: Hll. YOUKMONEY Treasurer L LUtovtbaL Time is just as valuable to- e. ',r
..olh r. They tell ua of our home people .
t'.1)
THAN EVER BEFORE hasty AMMor-WfM. Williams. day-it is p *eku. How 1

: ; their doings, their thoughts, aspirations We refer to toe. LUDDEN & BATES PIANO, and cbwfully invite Supervisor of Rjri tratlon-J. H.Merrydaj. many Queens of American homes could save half their time

, and prosperity; people and comparison.We BOARD OF PUBLIC L 8TRUCTIO:(. yearly cleaning,
thins that we fee and know about; are proud of the Piano that Learn our name. You will be proud and Dr. E. S. Crtll Chairman John H. Green. Y

' : pleased to possess one.EASIEST. II.J.Fowler. Tho W. Ralph, Secretary.8npennteiKl .
read white we are interested<< for our-
TERMS. LOWEST PRICED *it Board of Public InnrnctioDThM. -j
t &elea, we know that others outside W. Ralph. GOLD DUST
Jacksonville Branch, GEO. E. B.RADNAGK,
rtbe county and State are also interest- .'"" I CITY OFFCERS.
16 W. BayeL Manager
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Mayor BewJ J. GNMMIM.City
fed. TLej want to know what we are
-- CHAS. E. ROWTON, Sole Agent:; for Palatka. Clerk-U. H. Cooper. .

. tdoing, bow we are prospering, what Assegeer Peter Gardner. This wonderful preparation not only saves a woman's money,
t- "we ate thinking about what manner Collector-Dr. B.E.Morgan.
but it saves her time and strength. It's the fcdme comfort

cr ptople we are that live in this cornerJcf WALTER WOOD Treaearee-O.orgs Cblef of r"hce-M.Weller.J.TroetBan. that makes other home comforts possible. All grocers sell

the world, and there is no way so Chief Fire Departmen\-Chal.E.Rowton. Gold Dust in large packages-price 25 cents. Made only by

t. 'JOGda,1brougbour; home newspapers; THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
, end if J.E.has done bis part acceptably TUHULAR STEEL MOWER. GEM CITY GUARDS. CHICAGO, ST.LOCIS, NEW YORK. BOSTON, PIII DELPIiIA.
Company C,Fourth BattaHeo. F.8.T.
;1. F. If phased. True, every one does y H.M. OtMONTMOLLIN: Captain.! OQOOQOQOOQOOQQQQOQOOOQOOOQOOOOQQOQOOOQOOQQ0H

cot think as J. F. does; and we don't W. P. HOUSE 0.8. -- -- ---- ----. -- -- --- ----,"

want them (o either. We had much "
I BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. MONEY.
LOOK I SAVE
:rather be critized than praised. We )1.A l'HC.Patat.ka .

,don't daim to be infallible nor to be "
JL Meet
Lodge, No.84. F. & A.
... orerly smart. We sometimes make First and Third Monday nights In the month FERTILIZERS
s i S Y Buying only
" mistake, and knowing our own frail- at T:30 o'clock.

tics much better than any one else, LOUIS FALK,Secretary.WALTER THOMAS w.M. ,... ..

I we are neither a good example for A .- WITH A PURE BONE BASIS ..
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Putnam Chapter N 9. R A. M.-MeeU Sec
to follow nor a good
fibers very % .
r ond and Fourth Monday Nights.W.
teacher. We simply are doing our own I P. .L.'fDEP.sOY..H. ENRICH your LANDS and YOUSELVES.: ,,

: .work in our own way; and if any one 1 1 THEO ANDERSON,.Secretary.

: is pleased with what we say or do, it ENCOURAGE
Council of R. & 8. M., Pftlatka No. 5-Meet every one you may
Is pleasant for us to know it,and if they % : ; fourth Wednesday to each _tho

r. ,arnot, they cannot find as much W. P. ANDERSOIIl'te.E. E. HA8KELL T.L U.M. KNOW, to uso DARLING'S FERTILIZERS because they are

fault with us as we do with ourself.

:; : Our home newspapers are important r PALATKA COMMANDERY, N.. a.K.T. SAFE and RELIABLE to use forANY
IlASKELL,E. C.
Sr. Kt E.E.
Industries in our midst and should be
; Sr.Kt. T.B. ANDERSON Recorder.
encouraged and sustained by our home .'
Order of the Eaftern' Star Meett third and
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CHOP STRONG STOCKY
people. This paper is especially Fourth! Chursdar of each mMith.VATT1E making a ; .
:, ; broader B McLARTY,W.M.HAUDE .
worthy It takes a position V. McKC,ZIE.
-{ than the ordinary local pnnt; is not Perfected for 1895, continues to lead all other makes AllotaboreIB Maaoaie Secretary.Hall corner Lesson CnO\VTIJ, and Sweet Juicy VEaKTABLBs and FRUITS that aro

,. confosd .to partisan utterances, and for strength, durability, lightness of draft and case of and Front treeti. .

malt eltself a fair and square sheet, management. L O*O. F. ENGAGED ahead, by those MERCHANTS who do .

even allows J. F. to combat the old This,Mower Is the culmination of over 3O years'experience. Pioneer Lodge,No.II, I.0.O.-eetl every
L. C. STEPHENS, N.G.
rueedaintght. [NOT want the VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables.
that have become ground only
, prejudices Send Tor Catalogue. T.-W. RALPH Secretary.
;. into the skin BO deeply that it is almosta Mevben of the Frat<
part of the religion of some of the VERTREES &&CO. city are Invited to meet with.. T| AKE an Mte AT ONCE to the

r' people. Conoral Agents, Palatka, Fla. KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
The of "what variety of or. Harmony Lodge, No 276T-Meets First and
t i
query
third Wednesday of the month.
to ?" seems to agitate L. B. Fertilizer Co
*nge propagate VT. II WARREN Dictator.J. Darliflg

t the minds of some of our frozen out VERTREES & CO. .B.iDONNELLY: Reporter. ,

, growers, and I will venture my idea K. OF P.

f about it. For an early orange there WHOLESALE DEALERS IN- St.Johns Lodge No.8, K.of P -Meets every

t has never been a better variety intro- rhnnday" ;ht. C. J. BOUNCER, C. C. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA,.

than the little oblong orange Grain Flour Meal and Grits J. B.DO 'ELLY.K.R. S.
duced
Hay, Uniform Rank K.of P, No.i-Meets: for drill And obtain their SPECIAL LOW PRICES to meetthe_ tirn s,.. _
c'' 'that haslj&fl eommon in the State for every Second and Fourth Wednesday knights,..tAnnOl'7.

: 'Ted Our ordinary round orange, FERTILIZERS AN FE UTILIZER MATERIALS for CASH WITH ORDER / -
:.... ___ SPECIALTY : L. RILES A. C.,Hr.II AM K1.RICK Lwat..Sr. Kt. Captain.W. ---- -
is as good
;; without name or notoriety, .
Orange Box Material. Palatka Fla.
l an orange is has ever been introduced IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
iSTAlso. General Agents for Tedders, Hay Rakes, Binders' and Materia
:for an all round crop. For a late orange Je21.tfhorron OKEKHtTMXEK TRIBE,NO. IV-ProptaelTTTT.Rowton .

Hart's late is the only variety Reairs Senior Sacamore: D. Uchleitner; Jeff ,Hugaa.8a.cbemj Junior C. Lunlg.$aga- The Little Putnam Saloon.

worth mentioning. The long, high morel W.B. Nn ent.of Chief of Records; Henry
Herwin.Keeper Wampum.
Bounding names that have been given will be unknown.As the world J WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS. Meets first four Monday nights In each month.
Proprietors P. P. P.: Visiting brethren eordlillT invited to attend.
is bobh- It The soul
to some of our fruit simply progresses improves. pious

**a trick of the trade"-and I will.venture that sits down and groans and sighs It becomes my duty to add my testimonial G. A.R. Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH

the assertion that J. F. can go into over the sins of the world and the grip to the wonderful curative properties Veteran Poet.No. 12, Department of Florida-.
Me'ifs the third and fourth Thursday nigbta.Poet
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a grove where all these high sounding ot the devil has simply shut his eyesto of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Room in second story CtiU's Mlock. -

and pick a basket the outer world and is looking G. L. FOX. Commander.
virietiei are grown Root and Potassium ). Some years agoI All the Latest and Most Improved Jar Fixtures.A .
\V.S.NUG ENT. AdjutantThe
-lull, mixing them together, and the within. If he would look up and about -

owner will find it impossible to deter- him he would see the advancement bruised my ankle on my saddle stirrup Finely Assorted Stock of
from little scratch the place began World's Fair Tcs'
..mine one variety from the other. If he that one generation is making over ; a

loeesthis labels he is stalled right there. that that preceded It he would rejoice; to enlarge until it was as large as showed no baking pow j- Vines Whiskies Beer Domestic and (Inuortel Cigars. Tobaccos Etc, Etc.

There are distinct varieties, to well defined he would see that the peoplr of theea&1h the palm of my hand, discharging pus, so pre or so great In Icaven
exposing part of the bone. I called to O JE3L. ECEKi: :: EieuS., UP
in outward appearance that any were advancing: with steady Ing power as the Royal. qiE3.

casual observer can.tell the difference, strides to the higher plane of intelligence see physicians, and they pronounced it Lemon Street, Pctlatka, Fla

but the ordinary oranges are not de- among the masses.uSin," Ube as a fever sore, and incurable. It became PINE TAR SYRUP ,

finable only by labels and tremendousnames. calls it,is becoming less. The davil so painful, and swollen so 'badly ., .

The superiority of the Florida is losing his grip, until finally the one that I tried bandage for relief until'I se- Quickly -cure Coughs and Colds

cureda rubbersupporter; after securing Peek' drus store corner Second and Florida d Contra! and PoinsnIar Railroad.Short
orange is due to&e soil and climate. one man power, the devil obsolutc and the the rubber supporter for temporary relief Lemon streets. 1 .
Almost atoy varittj of foreign orange Christian hell will become

if introduced here 'is improved in There will be no use for either, and the I began to use internal remedies,

flavor. This fact has made the Industry love of God will take the place of fear trying several different kinds withoutany E. ViWDISCH Line Between Florida and all Northern
I resolved to
relief. try
what u has been, and as the same of the devil. J. F. apparent DEALER IN-
still P. P. P., which I did. After using one Points.
conditions of sqil- and climate Bucklen's Arnica Salve. bottle the result was such I continued I FOREIGN' I AND DOMESTIC FRUiTS; ..J"

cxici. I tee everything to induce the until the sixth bottle was used, den.
rebuilding of onr (frozen groves. Those The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, nay rubber supporter was not fuWer!! TOBACCO. CIGARS ONLY 138 MILES BETWEEN V ANNAn AND JACKSONVILLE

who rebuild their groves are bound Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, required, as the sore was completely I Candy Confections. iYERETT SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA GA., COLUMBIA WASHINGTON BALTIMORE'. ,
Hands healed and swelling entirely gone
Already complaints Fever sores Tetter, Chapped ,
to reap a rich harvest. of the infeTioritT Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- therefore take pleasure in saying to )range |in any quantity packed and shipped on PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.
are being made ions,and positively cures Piles, or no the pnblic generally that it is my belief .short notice.
of the that are now in to from actual that the Ererett.Macen, Atlanta c."hattaaoo ea; Xanbrilfe, LmUcville, Ctnrinnttl. Cfcfeafo.
It is guaranteed give experience
orange: pay required. The celebrated Indian River Pineapple an Everett, Birmingham, Holly Spring*,)Memphis, Little Reek Kaata CM/,tf L -U Chicaga.iioaT .
the markets. The competition of California Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded use of P. P. P., if properly persistedIn Bananas on nand. City.

or any other country or state, is price 25 cents per box. For sale by ,will cure any case' of impure bloodor All good warranted freehand wand, .KInr.1uctlo... Penaaoola.MoI>I1e'SewOr1ean ,Texas.Mexico.California and PulSe CoMt.
Ackerman & Stewart, drug et.a. blood: poisoning.
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feared. Postmaster EFFECTIVE JANUARY 6, 1896.
not for one instant to be PKOF. U. F. HICKEY, WINDISCH,

Florida oranges can be grown nowhere Fiji Island Marriages.Marriaze Wichita Falls Texas.I Corner Lemon and Second. NEWYORK LlMITEDI.nd
but in Florida. The reputation of the the undersigned, knew Professor anat. a
is not a failure in the Fiji Hickey at the time he commenced to A Great 4'u NEW' YORK fFAST MAIL
Iruit is already assured and when we Discovery -
Islands, for an unmarried man or wo take P. P. P. for his sore leg. and I did o : ..a. Leave Jaektonvillt It-00 a. m. & 6.50 p m
can get our groves up to a bearing:; I noticed its A !
think possible.
ot is something not a cure Icy
market will man marriageble age and must VOODIBINE. ,, c'4lie dallr.with Throoeh PtUlman Stopper for
capacity once more a greedy rarely seen there. The natives believe progress from the start, say c r u Everett,Savannah Colnvbla ws.btngton.Baltimore
.be found walling for the fruit. The the remarkable cure P. f. P. brought i IA en Philadelphia New York Boston and all
of that if a person dies while in an about was something marvelous. th. Oat, Pores SteeeuM Rood Preserm. .; Eastern point Arrive JackconrUle t.45 a. m.
freeze was a hard blow, but in spite .. ONLY LINE: TIIROrOH'THE BJAt'"TJT'L:
unmarried state his or her soul is It. TATMAK Druggist,
It I predict nothing but success for doomed to wander through the endless Wichita Falls, Texas.A ITS USESi vt p. / } a /. r YILYaAWLAasdlr9CAMHIA HILL COUNTRY or MIDDLE yWH1DA,
One treatment win DOUBLE We Of most J
-those who will continue the business. J:_
ages of eternity in an intermediate Liberal Proposition. perishable of woods. i.. L. Leave Jacksonville 9.25 a. m.
There is no orange like the Florida' .. The only wood preserver endorsed and in use I
.region between heaven and hades. At THE TIMES-HEBALD has perfected by leading railroads foremen-ties and platforms. 3. '' L ,,, o For Lake Cltr. LIT Oak. Madtoon, MontlcelTn,
nor ever can be. Will make red or black oak last longer than i.
orange fls0Avi LI TalJa l-.lUnr.1GDCt1OG,
,
hDucoIa. Mobile
: the end of each moon they are allowedto with the "Word an rhiui oak cross-ties.: Can show the two side by _
Tie war clouds that have hung over arrangements "
tide for If Fars.Tests New Orleans
look into heaven but they are never
the civilized world seem to be disap- Works Publishing Company, of St. .extending over 12 years that are astoundinc. l 0 and the Sontnweet Mexico. California and the
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permitted to enter. Louis by which it is enabled to furnish Valuable wooden boats of C P e ahSOjy. _Carrie 8lcep r. Arrire Jack-
pearing. War is a relic of savagery, bottoms vev uw as c ..
and the of the people become the "Word and Works" 3 well leis,eaa In to 01 yr p Leave Jacksonvillel9.45 .
as masses As primef.win many uses preferable B a. mN
PINE TAR SYRUP and deservedly popular paper, 11nIeedoo. .
known s z J iR Tor Starke. Hawthorn Sllrer Bprln Ocala
enlightened the one man powtr edited by Rev. Ill R. Hicks, the re- produce good results on an wood above ot.o. e. Oainevrille.! Cedar Key. WiUwood. eesanr,
W under ground or water. .=zz Tararw,Apka.Orlano,
becomes less, and monarchs are compelled Quickly cures Coughs and Colds nowned weather prophet, whose wonderfully Will double life of wood of any kind whey.'Sr i; -M'S PlantcttyTamps. ArrtreJackJoaTille LacoocheeDa 3.40 IeCity p...
to consider the wishes and feelings accurate prognosticationshave 1 ed. .
Peek's-Drus Store corner Second and of surprise to the Valuable for grape posts,fences; and other CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
of their subject more than they I been a source dndsot posts.
l streets scientific world for a number of years, For wood work about wells and dairy-houses i c.Leave JaeksonvHe 7.00 o- m.
do their own ambitions. This govern-, Lemon TIMES-HEBALD for For wood work about hot houses. '
together with THE Via Maooo,Atlanta,Chattanooga.
went is not perfect, but it is a long' .only 81-70 in advance. In addition to For stable Boors.WOODILIK 'FLORIDA CWTRAL\ \ >.yl.. 'Gannets for Xattrrffle, Looluriaa, Chi.eafjo .

step in advance of the old absolute O. L LL-Y. this, each subscriber is given a copy of IS ill IESECTOL; aad C.\ a' yy? JackoaTlU and all uo.point.....North and WMt. Arrive

monarchies that once ruled the earth, I Hicks new Almanac for 1896. The Al- "I hare reason to regard this liquid asa f EKIkSUUI 52. ii .
better than tadCsetscnoas.
Lnd the of all the civ- -SIGN OF- manac for next year is 4 # Holly Springs Route-ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
governments has a world-wide reputation, and insecticide and fungicide, or at least as s ttyi
ever, PtA
Ized nations are gradually becoming has for several years hap an immense in efficient repellant of insects and nngL* sitar a"u.LuyzJAeaw ; p CITY. CHICAGO.

erallzed. The monarchs are losing The HiLt: Coffee Pot 1 sale at 25 cents per copy. The subicripiion ALEX. W. PEARSON.

\sir absolute sway, and the people are price of "Word and Works" E6.ill S1.1n ZHJt. /.4 *ulra+. +mus Teo Po ... via MaeosiAttaata, Bininhin H0y gprtaneraphis
verting their rights. This work will GJ5"A Full and Complete Line of la Si per year THE TiMEs-HERALD is Dubin c/I'1.M4l.PallulIo.- ,Sprtnrfleld. Kanaa Oty, 8c Louis. Chicago,_Moss City. Only ODe change to-6'
HARDWARE and the Almanac at 23 cmU and Chicago. Arrive JackonTill .i5a.m.
STOVES. LIGHT and 51 per year,
Ion[ until there will not remain atie ITNWARE which must be sold. cents, making a total of 2.25, which lad U y.y have 5tilagUs te Paint siseSea4 -6.40 p m*-Loral for River Junction and f rt.e.rmedJat.potDta. Arrive JackMnrlllc 3.49 p. at
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civilized monarch. Kings anders Will{ pay to inspect this stock as I keep can be secured through The Times- Alia rio{ Woad PrtStnillE C3.':SW} "" 7-30 Dm--r r Tampa and/ t.mDed1&te jwtnta Fnfliaan eteepen. Arrive JackioaTfU3Xa.ni.
with their attendant array of the best of everything. Herald office for the small sum of .
Pinning Tor XACOX and ATLANTA TWO TRAINS J>1.L Y. Lave Jackxmrflle iao.....and,79J. ,..
les and dames, will disappear from Tinning and Gas Fitting 11.70. fer Be.kJet WeedlUoe
face of the earth. Intelligence executed in the most approved style, Readers of this paper whose subscriptions -' -- Pullman Sleepers p i all Night Train: *.
promptly and at low prices.Don't have not expired can obtain
ae manhood win usurp the place, forget the place, Sign of the the benefit this liberal offer by remitting AMEIIII WIll PMSElYItIC C9,. Send for Beit,laSexed lovuhip Map of JTorlda to

ie present aristocracy of the old Big Ooffee Pot..Lemon Street, between 'the required turn and having Sestkwest Cer. TC5TH ail XiBEET STS., x. .. PE.'Ct DOTO",Traffic.Manager. A. O. MACDOXILL A... PMC Ax .

and war, with its attendant Second aat1 !Wrd. their subscriptions extended one year PHILADELPHIA. PA.



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'" THE TIMES-HERALD, FEBRUARY 14, 1896.'

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THE TILLMAK'S 8PEPCR-Coaituded.!: der the behests of the pold ring we are to .
TBIES IIERALD.
I The cry wan "Stop the purchase of silver go to a monometallic standard and to national I Notice to Tax-Payers. .

stop diluting our currency and confidence bank notes alone. I ask somo man ..........

ISSUED EVERY .... .. .. FRIDAY I will N r<*tor*
until the "object lesson" the panic mauI notes are Dot as good as its secondarynotes bet

ufactured to order by his fellow conspirators ? The reason is yon have your 4,000 Crescent City, Irecent No. 1, on February What is

I had swept lib-a cyclone over theCIOunt7 millionaires. You want a few thousand 18ih. 18&5.Georgetown! .
PALATKA, FLA, FEB. 14, IS9G. Precinct No. 2 Feb
prostrating all business enterprise more with about 60,000,000 paupers. .

I and industries, and the newspapers bad And what are the people going to do ruary 11. .,ij.Drayton

bowled in chorus in the ears of the people about It? Why are these Iniquities permitted Island Precinct No. 2, February
All ad rtMnjr Mils h.oome due pro rata I of silver the of and
that the coinage was cause the outrageous and unlawful 12
.ye. month. Special mi i bort tttne pa.bIeD
II trance. the monetary crisis. In the meantime active actions of the executive unchecked No' NorwaikFrecinct No. February 15'Welaka .

Ail etDHUBeesshXildbe m*
rosy 'wdar or rvrfetered tetter. the control and manipulation of the unlawful to Issue bonds to pay the correct: Como, Precinct No. 5, February 20.

THE TIMES-HERALD COMPANY Democrats In the house and senate when expense of the government, and yet U has i Pomona, Precinct No. 6, February21st.

BOXN Fiiarit FLORIDA. congress Should assemble. Congress met, been done. There has been n lame ex- .
and so well timed had been the date of its planatlou attempted, that redwrced green .
Satsuma Precinct No.7, February 25
assemblage and 00 cogent the arguments backs bad to go into the general fund and
brought to bear that the so called representatives be reissued, but If they were received for San Matco, Precinct No. 8, February27th.

of the people were swift to obey the gold for which the bonds have been Is- .

orders. The party platform and its pledgeswere sued, and they were not used to pay current For the purpose of receiving Tax: Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants I

1896 FEBRUARY. 1896 thrown to the dogs. Democrats expenses' where, are they The responsibility Returns for 1806. All tax-payers will and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor :
pledged to the rehabilitation of sliver surrendered of providing revenues and please meet

their manhood and their prlnci looking after the solvency of the treasury, me.W.. M. WILLIAMS, other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless xnbstltate .

Moo Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. plea at the behest of the money power and which nets with congretllhas been Tax Assessor. for Paregoric, Drops Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL :
its representative, the president, and the. usurped by the president. .
f purchasing clause of the Sherman law was Now comes the crucial question for the Crimina.1 Court Jurors. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty ,.ears' usa by

SU'I 1 repealed by the bourn with Indecent baste. Republican party. Why have you not impeached i The Putnam County Criminal Courtof Hilllons Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
Democrat and Republicans vied with each k4mf You have Dearly a three-I convenbo
Record will in this
ether In the f\uoLhttrance of the pV Uy fourths Mftttity at the other end of the city on fevariahncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd .

1 3 45 6 7 8 which bad been formulated and steadily apitol, wb ch alone can formulate articlesof the 25th instant. The following jurors cures'-Diarrhoea and Wind. Colic. Castoria relieves _

pursued by the senator from Ohio. If be impeachment. Why have yon not Impeached have been drawn for the term:

were here, I would take off my hat to himIf I bun P. Weathersbee teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency. "
L J Canova
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I bad It on my bead and I do It now i A Note .of Waralnr. Creo. W Knowles Henry Clemens Cn.itorL'assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
typically, as the victor of victors In this The money changers are In the templeof "
financial struggle: of a quarter of a cen our liberties and have bought the sentinels J C GrimsleT, W S Yates, and bowels, giving: healthy and natural sleep Castoria
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tury. He has the proud satisfaction of on guard. It may be too late. God Geo. M. Long, J \V Wimberly, is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.

- knowing that be has brought the party grant It be not so, but this great republiccan Robt S Eville, F E Russ, ,

23124 26 27 28 29 which he BO bates to Its knees and has livedto only be saved from the miseries of W B Cheathanr, T.W Duane. r 1

!.Q see,many of his old antagonists enlisted revolution and Internecine strife in the Castoria. Castoria. ...

under his banner of monopoly class Dear future by Its citizens casting aside How ENJOY GOOD llULT'
privileges They sit at his feet and acknowledge blind allegiance to party and marshaling TO Castoria I*an excellent medicine for ehfl- Caitoria b so Yell adapted tocMUre*that

WISE AND OTh ERWISE. leadership. themselves under the banner of Jefferson's If yon are suffering with any skin or dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of Itt I r recommend as superior tO. yprocriptiaBknown

When the senate met, there was an acknowledged democracy and Lincoln's republicanism, blood disease, Rhuematism, Catarrh, good effect upon their cl 1dreD.** to me." ,
Da. O. C. OaoooB, H. A.A CB..,tL n.,
majority of men open and out- determined to restore the republic to the
Paragraphs Pertaining to Palatka point. Ulcers Old sores, General DebiUtv. Lowell Mas* lit So.Oxford St.,Brooklyn,N.T.
spoken in their determination to stand by form In which It was left to us by the

tflT Prevent the white metal, and who were electedon fathers and since consecrated by the blood etc., send stamp to the Blood Balm Co. .*Castoria Is the best remedy for children of "Our physicians lathe cfendrea'l *pcrV .j

Mrs. Belle Joo \.of Palestine,Texas. that issue. But the process of debauch of brothers shed in civil war engendered Atlanta, Ga., for book of wonderfulcures which I am acquainted. I hope the day U cot meat have spoken highly of tMr ... rt 4 .

is visiting Mrs. J. Dorsey. cry began. "Vote according to my will and brought about by just such statesmanship free. This book will point the far distant when mother wfll COD iJerthe real enc In their outtide practicewfchOMMrta. '.

or you will have no offices. "Vote according as we have here. The encroachmentsof Interest of their children and nw Cartoria la and although we only hat mimamf tr .

Salem Graham, the boss hotel man, to my will and If your people do the federal judiciary and the suplneness way to a speedy recovery. Botanic stead of the various quack nostrum*w hich are medical applies what U known as .....r '

is on a short visit to Biscayne Bay. not like It I will take care of you." The I and venality-corruption, I may say-of Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) is manufactured destroying their loved ones,by forcing opium, products yet we are tree to confess that the :

newspapers raved and abused the senate. the representative branches of the govern- after long tested prescription of an morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful merita of CastorU has won as to look with <'

Patrick Cunneely is having six of his Da.okera&tIg1'aphed and wrote. Chambers ment are causes of deep concern to all eminent physician, and is the best agents down their throats, thereby sending! favor upon It"TJmTu

houses moved from Main to Second of commerce passed resolutions, and thinking and patriotic men. We are fast tnildin'g-up and blood purifying medIcine them to premature graves," HoaniAi. **a>> DismtAar:,' :.

slowly the senate yielded. In 90 days the drifting Into government Injunction In in the world. Beware of substi- Dm.J.T.KnrcHZLOt, Bosses. .... ''tOID.ay
streetJ. deed was done, and the chains were rivetedon the Interest of monopolies and corpora: Ark. ALUM C. SMITH, AV. '4
Doctor is the wrists of the tolling millions. Did tions and the supreme court by one corrupt tutes. Price $1.00 for large bottle. See j
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J. the "Paint
Bowen the raid on the treasury stop Was confidence vote annuls an act of congress looking to advertisement e e where. The Centanr Company, TZ Murray Street, New Y.rk City. i

at work again after an absence of several restored t Did prices rise Did.. the taxation of the rich. For sale by llruggisU.. :

months. I prosperity return? All these things bad Sir the struggle from 1861 to 1865

been promised by this prophet, yet cone of which drenched this fair land In blood, Dr. S. E Peck, a prominent citizen of
Mrs. Geo. W. Fields and two sons
was to emancipate 4,000,000 black slaves
them came to pass.Itemboosllaff Pomona waa in the city Tuesday, and
of Cedar Keys, are visiting Mrs:Chas. the Farmers. We are fast approaching a condition which
will place the collar of Industrial bondage made us a pleasant call. The Doctor .
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II. IIerrera. I convened In regular session, >
Congress around the nooks of ten times that many reports everything "looking-np" in hIS 1
and farce of tariff reform began. The
Mr. John Donaldson was called to the white slaves I would not predict revolution -
section but. it is too healthful for
demoralized and dispirited house, under says
or war If I did not feel that relief
'
Savannah account of the I
on Monday on the whip and spur of the executive, passeda doctors.
must come either by the ballot or that an
death of his sister. tariff bill and hoping to lay a pontoon
effort will be made In a few years to obtAin -
I bridge by whi' o pay back to their out- Hood's Sarsaparilla taken at this Finninger's
It by bullets. You look ,
J. n. Dorsey is offering pore while I bill may uponme
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coast -
raged; i they passed a providing
as an enthusiast, as an alarmist or an season, will make you feel strong and
for sale. See adT'ertJ8e-1 of the
Leghorn: eggs for tl age seigniorage. ;
anarchist, but with the sober convictionsof
from sickness
They wanted Liboozle the dear farm- vigorous and keep yon
ment in another column. common sense I tell you that the teaching .
ers by sayin; Kille we repealed the later on.Captain.
Is and
of all history belied, we must
The Gem City Guards will,nut Monday Sberrafln law we .Wned $50,000,000 of &11.
I surrender the belief that like causes produce
ver'Ait the would of it,
night vgtve a squad competitivedrill president none like effects If that the
and Willie) he attempted to bulldoze the men expect Tom Strange, the old St. .
which small admittance will millions now out of employment and the
to a
senate into accepting the tariff measure Johns veteran who has been in the
other millions who are working out a
be chareed. I without amendment In spite of his hlmu- hopeless existence of toil year In and year employ of the Beach & Miller Line for

We are indebted to our old 'friend, lat< I bill was modified In many particulars BIG CLOTHING
John II. Dominick for a bottle of fine passed finally, and we have bad an experience hunger the senator and dirt,from depleted South this Dakota morningby (Mr. :position as captain of the steamer Star,

wine. Mr. Dominick never forgets the with this measure of tariff reform aIn Kyle),the men bearing their hopeless burdens and will shortly take charge of a boaton

printer. Cleveland. of debt, all directly traceable to bad the Savannah river. The best wishes ----_..., -,
did it and allowedIt
It Is true he not sign --- -
government, will Dot some day have a '
F. Av Gerberr'tte nterprWog cabinet to become a law without approval. But reckoning.You i of his many friends go with'him: : *

maker, shipped to John Sejnold, at here 1tg'1: we have a spectacle of charla all remember Macaulay'a predictionthat I .
and of II How's This I
tarry a hypocritical assumption superiority
some day government would be put I
West Palm Beach, Tuesday four hand. to his which hasa>
party vrays In charge of this country by the commune. I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward .
LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE
some bread cases. marked his career. The tariff law which The ,
When that time comes God bare mercy' on I
he repudiated as Unworthy Involving for any case of Catarrh that can
A rattlesnake two and half feet long you millionaires who have stolen. so much
and dishonor," Is the
"party perfidy party of the people's I not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
killed in the basement of the Hart sheet anchor to which be now clings. money 1
was I say to the senator from Maine and to J. CHEXKT Co., Proprietors, STYLES of
The tall In of all farm ,
Block Wednesday. His snakeship was prices products the other senators who stand,hem as sx- Toledo, Ohio.

the of two rattles. which are our principal articles of export, [orients of the creed which would enslavethe We, the underpinned l have knownF.
possessor has brought disaster and ruin on the
producing American people by the consummation J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
"I cannot take Cod Liver Oil 1"This classes who farm-one-half of our
of the scheme to which they are committed believe him perfectly honorable in all
is mlatake. Try Aromatic Cod Liver entire population. The Impoverishment : The Armenians are here at your and
a of the farmers has destroyed their ability I'I'I bm5nes! transactions' financially

Oil made by R. II. Bind & C<-., Baltimore I to purchase on the ono !hand while the de- doors. In every city and .hamlet and able to carry out any obligations: made CLOTHING
of these United States be
county they can
Md. It has no ta.teof the oil creased price of their product of export In : by their firm.
will beheld
found and I not .
warn they I
you
markets has left debts for WEST & TRUAX Wholesale Druggists, .
Delightful, to take. Prescribed by European our down for all time by the Turks who ,
Imports and Interest our obligationsabroad Toledo Ohio.
on ,
Builds broken down DOW them. A day of reckoningwill
physicians oppress
up unpaid; hence the export of gold WALDIXO, KIXXAN &; MARVIN, .
unless there is
come no longer a justGod
stems cures Consumption and to meet those obligations The boasted Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Ohio.
in beaver, and, when It does come,
Bronchitis. For sale by Ackerman & "home market" for which the protection- : Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally MOST HANDSOMEr '
woe be unto those who have boon among In the BEST and
kits clamor can no longer purchase the the blood
Stewart Paktfcu. I II tho oppressors of the people. The present acting directly upon
I products of our home factories except In i iJarseJ.1 and surfaces of the \
struggle la unfortunately too like that mucous system.
At meeting of the Gem City Guard I
a decreased quantities The basis of ;
which preceded the late civil war, in-wi- Price ,;)c. per oottie. Fold by all drug-
Wednesday night, Miss Edoa Robie all wealth, pgricultura. being depressed I PATTERNS included in the
much as it Is sectional. The creditor and ::tilt!. Testimonials free. are Large
and pauperized, all other Interests rusting ,
wa unanimously elected sponsor for I the manufacturing states of the north and
It are depressed and Injured. The
the This is quite a comph- upon east, those which have grown Inordinately -a- T- ii
company. Englishman chuckles, as shown by the I ,

ment to Mi. Rnhio, and at the same senator from Colorado,at the cheapness of I classes wealthy of at the the south expense and of west the, am producing.urging Stock just received. In the line ofcents'
the which send him. I will ;
time the Guards may well feel congratulated exports we this policy with the besotted blindness of '
take the liberty, with the senator's I.
perm I I
Belshazn The old slaveholders of the MRS2MItOLORNER'Sk'INISHIN'I
that the has
young lady accepted lion, to Insert as an appendix the figures ,
( south were not mom arrogant or more de
the honor. furnished from that English the
paper termined. "The sordid despotism of
other day In regard to the profit of one I' J
We are in receipt of an item from year's purchase of cotton and wheat as wealth to use the apt phrase of Justice Furnishings
Brown Is already felt throughout the land.
Paiatka's beautiful *. burb, Francis, bowing the cause of this deficit requiring The representatives In congress from BRAID3.

but decline to publish on account of its the export of gold. thorn states, without regard to party affiliations
Then mark the result. With the gold I 0
are solidly arrayed under the banner DRESS LININGS
It is with ,
"anonymosity.
regret being exported to meet our foreign obligations -
of monopoly and the gold standard. Beautiful and Attractive Novelties -
however, thai we take this action,but and the publlo credit attacked by 1 1 WHALEBONES aDd CASINGS. Many
,' Greed and self Interest& seem alone to
it would not be consistent to break the gold gamblers with the encouragement' ate them.! Self preservation and
and connivance of the president, Hotbs-I actu'l BEST CORSETS (E, & Co'..)
ism should bind the south and
this established rule. child and his American agents graciously are now offered at. very Low
equally strong bonds of union We can.
CO A.T3 CO T TON 4
condescend to come to the help} of the Unit cents.
Ail OrucclsUBell Dr. Miles' Ncrro PUafeca. not afford to longer put party above coun .
ed States treasury maintaining the gold *
SPOOL SILK LADIES' WAISTS
Miss Daisy Livingston entertained a standard, which bas wrought the ruin, and try.You have already been told In glowing Prices. .
only charge a small commission of f 10-
number of friends Monday evening, an language by the eloquent senator from CHILD'S CAPS BEST HOSIERY.
000.000 or so on one little transaction.
old-fashioned candy pull being ten Great God That this proud government, Missouri" that the conflict la "Irrepressi HONEST SHOES at Lowest' Price
ble. and it la to see from the temper
dered the voting folks. AH who at the richest and strongest on the face of the easy
and of the .
globe, should have been brought so lowa i feeling equally distinguished OltodtIRT SILKS.
tended report a delightful time. We senator from Colorado and other western
pass that a London Jew should have t
acknowledge the kind remembrance of been appointed its receiver,to have chargeof senators that the struggle for the Dew I CROCHET COTTON, wWteand eow*;
emancipation has begun. And the new '
the young lady in sending in a nice the treasury with an option on any additional
I Mason and Dixon's line which la drawn, ored. FINNINGEB.IF
issue of bonds and to G. A.
presumes '
platter of candy. I Dot by the surveyor, but by the denial of .
patronize us and promises to take care of .
Stamped Goods, Ladies Wrappers.
the natural and Inalienable "right to life,
Mrs. R. D. Clay has moved into the our great country Js there a man here '
who can think of It without liberty and the pursuit of happiness" to a MILLINERY. First-Class Goods
blushing
old Pavilion comer of Second and large majority of citizens will sooner or -:. .

Orange: streets. The house has been A Qvcvtloa for Republican I later bring together In the bonds of union told O5LY.
Now, again I regret the absence of the the tolling and now downtrodden massesof en'utt1.tter.: I II

thoroughly repaired, in fact almost rebuilt senator from Ohio[Mr. Sherman], because the cities and the equally desperate Ladies' Knit Underwear. :

Mrs. day will conduct a board If he were present I should ask him this masses of the country. Agrarianism and

ing house in her usual first-class man. question, and If he deems It worth while communism will Join banda. There are Ladies' Linen Underwear.

be can answer U bereafteR. If, as I have million now on the march, and they
ner and solicit a share of patronage. said with only 23,000,000 people at that I tramp, tramp tramp-tramp the sidewalks Parasol and Umbrellas I

time floating the enormous amount of currency hunting work and tramp the highways Orange GrovesAnd

Issued to carry on the war, with begging' bread. Unless relief comes IN THE MATTER OF TOE ESTATE OF YOU WANT 1 J

Awarded 1,000,000 men or more withdrawn from they will some day take a notion to trampto WILLIAM U. SPFCK DECEASED. I
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productive Industries to be marshaled un-I I Washington with rifles In their hands THE
Highest Honors-World's Fair der the stars and stripes for the to regain the liberties which have been PERSO' MOLDING CLAIMS against Other Property j '
name of the Union the I ALT estate of Wiuuitv H. SPEC, deceased
country was so stolen from them which their -
-DR.: or representatives notified to the to -BEST GARDEN!
same
are here y present me.
prosperous with Industries thriving no have sold and the hitherto con- M AdniBmntrix. witttia UM time prescribedby II in South Florida

tramps,no beggars, what did it? Enough servative force of the republic, the well to law, and all persons indebted to said estate in your neighborhood tl ,a
money perhaps too much but still are required by this notice to make: immediate FOR
money do agricultural class, will lift no hand to SALE.
j ittMnratof the same mr Kent.CHAXLza JBottoco PLANT OUR FAMOUSan 'I'
enough. stay the march, but join it. God grant ,uu+ J' }*alatka. Florida
If In 1878.1 brllere 1t wa, when coo i that our country may be spared the enactment MART JO.SEJ-HLNE SPECK.Administratrix. I TIlt only Hotel Building the town
1t1Clt la obedience to the orders of the ,
gress of such scenes as were witnessed In of Bowling:; Green,? DeSoto County
BKIU P. CAtHocs,Attorney. .fl-tw
people, declared that those greenbacks Paris In 1780. But the fair flower of liberty January iTttk. 98Grove .
should not be retired, bit should be reissued I planted by Jefferson in the Immortal .. I Ha., containing sixteen looms; also a

we could float that much paper Declaration of: the Ub of July, 1776, watered of which are described and fflus- i I good two-story store building, rentingnow

CREAM money before we had say gold or any silver I by the blood of our Revolutionarysires tasted in our beautiful and entirety fcr'6 per month, on same two
batls la the name of common sense under Washington cannot be for Sale
up- New Catalogue for 1896. Anew
II lots with HoteL
aDd the Idea of prosperity' which seemr tohave t rooted or smothered by the ooxlou weeds feature this season Is the Free deanery -

BAKING( E departed from this tagUlatlve assembly of monopoly and class privilege without of Seeds at Catalogue prices to The entire properly will be sold foi

why can we not now pot out 1600- bloodshed, and a cataclysm which will any Post OtfICe. This"New Cataoo I $1. 50 cash.
000,000 or 1800,000,000 of greenback? give us a military leave the ORANGE GROVE and EIGHTY
despotism or lecue" we win mail on receipt of a ] A number of other lots
Give the doable and I improv
standard
us we can republic redeemed regenerated aDd dlsen ACRES of LAND, within two mires 2-ceut stamp or to those who will state .
POWWR float that many greenbacks at par with thralled. just. sure to com as yonder where they saw this advertisement>t I and unimproved at low figures.

-; gold and sliver any day In the year, and sun shines in the heavens unless* do ofPalatka. Will sell for one-third Catalogue win be mailed Free I Also several Orange Groves.
there will be no more talk of the publlo our duty hand take the bands of Uaeee'oonaplrab's
beannz tree
were killed down In
MOST PERFECT MADEA credit and of the honor of the cation. off the people's throats. and original valne. PETER ,
HBKBSIM& vicinity and half of
pure Crape Cream .f Tartar Powder. Free The struggle and the only struggle Is give them aa opportunity breatite to For particulars addressP. tOt the crop fruit i ipected

from Ammonia Alum or other adulterant whether we shall have all government' paper work, to live. .i3 k ft C:--*a4t Irt,V ewTok.. coming season.
any or all naMooal bank paper, and If un O. Box 464, Fal&tta, FU Address a JONES A ,
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FEBRUARY 14, 1896. 4

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WASHINGTON LETTER.From Concur In the free coinage substitut e ,

for the House bond bill, which was fiR

last week passed by tbe Senate. Then : SouthernRailway. r RipansiaitIese

Oar Regular poDdeut.WASUUOTON' there will be a'conference, the mem

; D. C., Feb. 10. bers of which may be looked upon as ,
with
mourners, as both measures will die on Disease commonly eomest on slight symptoms rhleuyrhen

Democratic Senators are proving the their bands. ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE ;f neglected increase in extent and gradually grow danger

truth of the adage that "there ate more If SUFFER FROM HEADACHE. DYSPEPSIA
!1 you Take R1PANSTKDLES.
ways to kill a dog than by hanging." Fresh Graham Flour 'rJm.O'UQII PULLMAN D1U.WDlO 11.00. O.AJUl, "I INDIGESTION, .

I COMPARTDSENT ,CARS, DINING CARS, !If are BILLIOUS, TED lUlES.
by forgetting, of lea.t laying aside ground every week 'at THORO'UOHl" COACHES VESTIBt1LED TRAINS you have A DISORDERED UVER. tTags

their financial differences, and work. Dalton's Grist Mill. QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAIiIED.NONTN If tear COXPLEXIOX U SALLOW, er ten. Take RIPANS TABOLES.
-- SCFFER DISTILS AFTEBKATU ft.
of
log together for the purpose killing -- --.-- ,- J
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the and whether Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder AND U8T. NONTM AND WCST.a. For OmXSITK BREATH aid ALL DISORDERS
House tariff bill; they Take RIPANS TABULES.
Meet Perfect Made. ... ... ... ... .. OF THE STOIACH
succeed or not, they have alrendy All irsIu hilt .S''U a. .No. S. Fall All TRAINS DAilY. I f1a.'CI.'d I'Lv I..FWa. I b .. Ripans Tubules act gently bat promptly upon the liver, stomachand

badly frightened: the republicans. They u..t4 Mae. I habitual -
Jacklo..me.r.c.dt r. t 01 p. 110 am Intestines; cleanse the system effectually core dyspepsia
bave succeeded, aided by the vote of LvJ.aksoattn.LC.JIr0 aD' 1110 pm .. Enr.u.Sot&O- constipation offensive breath and headache. On. TABCLK taken

Florida EastCoast1 LT )1ft"'L Co 8 I'_.. I 01 ..., $44p m ..r 3i.oo t.hen... .... I 11 as / p15Atlanta at the first Indication Indigestion biliousness, dizziness, distress after
Senator Jones of Nevada, in getting a r I 00 &III 'lOOp.

free coinage substitute for the House LT r.y-D o L u.dl 1'.. 101 pWI tUI p. M Lhatuaoegs, Q,..dc 0 ..' ; :: a: : : aqClaOlsaatl eating depression of spirits, will surely and quickly remove' the

LTo.I1IIIIWa.eo.Ulena.. IN pm 100 am bBlrcnl.\&iI&iouth'" "' .. 20pm .... ...... whole difficulty. v
tariff bill reported from the finance BC Lwi. CaIro Sb.LL t" am Ripans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely used by

Committee, amf'that is the weapon By. U CaarlotG,South ra... II 10 pili 610 am b" Aaau sty.. K.C.KAfa.: B. 10 I to 10 pmAz m ... h the best physicians, and presented In the form most approved by

they intend to to thump the life out Waehlagtoa SoadKn 146 am 110. p. L. 1'1..& L .......... 00 pai modern science.
use .. iacUoDYUIe. ..... .. ......... H am It given a fair trial Ripans Tabnles are an infalllba eurthey contain
of the tariff direct vote .Ar D tIm.t.,Pana 1L B.U N am nupa s ? :
bill Upon a TIME TABLE IN' EFFECT J4NCART i .u 1'huad.'patS, rent It : ::::::::: 33 : :: nothing injurious and are an economical remedy. -
of the Senate it would require the combined -. 7. 1896.tOUTH L L........._.... 1.15 pia 101 am M C1Iaua..oo Atlanta. ,N .......... 116 ,wAr
.. Clncla.att Q. a 0. ........... 760 ...
vote of all, the democrats and New T.rk P.aa.L Jl 343 pm S liO am ........... ................ .......... ..-...-

populists to make a majority of one BOUND. U.ubeY1lle Snuth.rs.100 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::-:::: :-r: : : ONE GIVES RELIEF. '

over the 44 republicans, w ho are apparently '

united in defense of the tariff 8TATIO S. :: .'! xo.25 x413611VJackaonvtli. For Uformatioa.System.. apply or to Its any ooaaectlons.Agent of this. great Railway 1 A quarter gross box will be sent, poStage paid, on receipt ofcents :iO.

and doubtful if the Totes of ,
bill it is .. 10 I4 S00 2o0p ....,. W. A. TUK,' C. A. KKOOTEI. S. H. HAR W/C/ (, by .

all the populists can be had against et..A.Dru&UJle LJ tltA.guruoe 11OOa 11 lOa.745p Slos33op.. ....,, GeL Pua.Agent. A. rt. (;... r....A Mt, AMU O- Pass.AfMl, Chemical Co. .'
the tariff bill; but there are other ways 4. Wa"fcUrt .. D.c:. Aattaee.q.Tau AtUaU. O. Ripans
of ends be- t;E I'alatk&:::: tl O3p :::::: :::::: .., ,
accomplishing legislative W. D. ALLEN
ides direct votes and the democratic ArF.latka..1 125&...._ 10 Spruce Street, ,ew York, Jf. Y.
LT I'JJ&tlta.... / 11 35p ...... ...... ... Florida Passenger Agent
side of the Senate is especially strongin PLA. Local everywhere will supply the Tabules If requested to do so.
druggists
Ban H.. IllIp ...... ...... :.... ...... JAN. B, 1898.. 212 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE. -
skilled parliamentarians. L. San Mateo.. IOtoLyOrmoD4. /& ........... They are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor's Bill.

To say that President Cleveland and ...... ...,.. .......::.:: '_;r T.L iLAr :r "I1 L da1-
Carlisle pleased to .. ..... ...... ..... .
Secretary were ...... ................
know that the proposed issue of bonds ...... ...... ..... 100a
.. ...... ...... ..... S ooh
was oversubscribed to the extent of .. ...... ...... ..... BOOS 6-0 rr 0JOH'N
of8t&Unit .. ...... ...... ..... .25. FLORIDA CENTRAL &PENIHULUB.J1.New t
mild
$400,000,000 is a very way .. ...... ...... ...... .5Oa .

: how those gentlemen felt when :: : :. :::::: :::::. ::::: = '

the bids had all been opened and tabu ...... ...... ..... 1135. '
.. ...... ............ P. DUANE
lated. Of course they as well' as everybody .. 1p..... ......... ...... 210p Florida Northern Air Line
else realize that this bond issuing .. Daytona..142p.. ............. ..... 'Up .
.. ...... ...... ...... .30p

business republican is thoroughly laws make bad,it but necessaryto so longas :: :::::::. .::::::.::::::...:::::..::::'.:; -FOR- And Florida Trunk tine.i

do so, it is naturally gratifying to :: t. : .:::::: :::::: ::::: ::::: Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage-

all members of the administration to .. ...... .... .. ..... ... .. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 7. 1805.iromrnxsjc ... ..

know thai so many people are ready :: : = :::::: :::::: :::: :::::: 12} CENTS PER POUND.
.. ..... ..................... '
and willing to invest their money in Ar .......................... SPARE RIBS, 12 j cents. GEORGIA STALlr-FED BEEF, BEST Curs, 121 S.-o: ..= g f Ii
them It indicates a faith in national Trains 11 and 31 daily between Jacksonville and 15 cents. :; g Q rourrs. A gA asp
and 8t. AugisUne.'rain lID
finances that cannot but have a good ] 23.33 and 209 daily except Snnday. --
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. .
130Lr..Jack.onvlne..At1018 9 830ft $d0
axceptSunday. 845& 430p hoop Slop & 40p. StOI{
Train 31. south of tit. Augustine daily
effect in business circles throughoutthe i 'MIL 522p 'If'P T06p LT..Ynlee..A.r 'SIa'KVToep T __ .. 142a.
10 ISA IMp 9 tip ...... lOlSa Ar....Fernan+lna....Lv 8fiOa742a Chop :t ..: h tut 4 Dv
country. .... ...... ...... _' !fcTrain : '4Sp PiSa .. ..Krerett..._...Ar : !. ..... ...... _-
A fl1W Cf.No. ...... .. ... ...... 2 o ...... .... .. ...Brunswick...LT1031pll42a ...... ...... ...... ... -
The selection of Hon. Edwin F. Uh1.noW' y ... .. ...... ...... 'Tli Y .. .Savanna*... ..LT 9&5a VSS' ...... ...... .... ..

Assistant Secretary of State to be 3INa! I I 1X8 Sin. 4 The Clyde Steamship Co. ..R.: .

Ambassador to Germany, appears to Deny t8uuday. No. 2 ..... ... .. ..... ; .-..... sanaAr .. .Au6U.ta.Ga.. .40psoaa ... .. ". ... ....-.
; ., .... l05p I...... ...... ..... .w 122& 225p M ..Denmark. 8C.. s .i. M. ... .. ...:. .... .
have given I general! .satisfaction to "iij \ L.Ne. .w""" 540p I...... ...... ..... : JIiOa 4 ooj) .Colombia,8 0. 130. lot ..... ....:: ....:.
Mr. J16p I sa At, Lake Helen..1.... :20p 410p I.. .... ...... ......solid Charlotte. (.... "JSpaitanburg.' ,...... ..... fir .....'. ...... ....-
democrats in Congress. Uhl has a 21Ipllr.a Orange City. LT lOOp I 348p fOp ..... ...... ..... 36solid ioooa .... H .Alh."U..1Il. c.. ..... .. '.. .. Zjjf! ...... ...... ......
made a splendid record in the State 33Op 1145. ArOrangeUtyJ lOOp I.. .... ...... ..... andCharlotte.: acksonTilleand 7OOa 820p ..barlotte,N C.. 1105pT47p S40a >e ..... .... .. ......
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Trains beweeo New Smyrna and Orange City ..... ...... ...... acksonTille 847a 93$f .Balisbury.NO.1019a ..T 1e and927p .... .. ... ...
Department. Junction dally except Sunday. ...... .... ...... and, : 10Hp .. .arernaboroNC.. '0'. .... .. ...
.. ... ...... ...... : : M40al200p ....DanTUle.Va... 10p 445ar133S / 0 ...... ... ...
:Publicly the republicans all pre- ...... ...... ..... S3 SleepacksonTille 300ft ..._ .Kichn-ond. Va.v3a : ...... & gf .... ,., ._
tend to believe that Mr. Harrison's i NORTH BOUND. ...... ...... ...... *onvUleand 145p ". .L'......... Va.Aa .... 14.a ; ...>1. ....I. ...
." 1! ...... ... .
C ...... .. .... .Otl 13. barlot&ellrln. 103 ", .
letter entirely removes him from the .... ..... ....." Train onvUle Slop T42a M ..\fashinKton.. to 1115plOKp720a/ .:.I" ...... _.;. ..L -" -\ ."
1 .. .. .: 112Sp S06a .....Baltimore.... .t2a $S7p(P: ...... ... ... -
contest forte presidential_ nomination, _-TA14,15. No." ...,,,,o. a No.3s NanoLv .:: ..1.I .:: .. ..::.. >Kal025a ..Itiiladelphia.. 5S&DS20p Ja 37a .. ..
of the :. .... ..... e 20a 1203p .,--ewYork..... UlSa: ..._. :?.. ....: .,.-
This is especially true .snp I. ._.. ....
m B Inn Ti Aar4 ...... -...... .-,...... : -
porters of other candidates, who are '
: w :.roia.a 706.T lea :::::: ::.::::it.:,:::: :::::::: Elegant Through Day Coaches Jacksonville to C&arlotte on Nos. 3? ud 3$.

rather oyer doing the thing in their .. riviera 00 7 2Ja ...... ...... ,..... ......... .1. :'
to convince the Harrison peapie .. WJnpitei IOU.. .... .... .............. New York Charleston and Floirda Lines -------
anxiety H.tM8oQnd 804 ............ ..... ........ CIXCIXNATIJACKSONVILLE.S HOLLY SPRINGS KOUTE
that their man is out for good and .. Alicia.... l121a.............. ....... ........ -.a To St. Louis Chicago Sioux City.
8tnarL...... 842. ...... ... ... .... ... .. Chicago,Toledo I-'Z-r-d-
alL But privately nine republicans out .: JenlleA...... 1&0&..... .. ...... ::.... .......: Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed =f .9'C.I Detroit. Clereland. 3 a oS I No. 34. 1 I NtJ. IIii
consider the .. EdeD..._ 1116& .......... .... d ; Louisville, Kash-1--or>"
of ten will admit that they .. Fort rlene.: S 30& ...... ...... .. ... t.\a to Sail as follows: tie Q 'S Tille and IndianC3j 'ZOOpm'J.T..1acklODyWe..AI 830amlOCOpm:
letter absolutely meaningless,and thatit .. StLucle .... 38........ 1000& ::: apolls, Iza' :31 1 OOamlLr( ..... ....Atlanta.........LT
.. tIoebafuan" .. lOR....... ...... ...... 1146. Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both Ways: I I | 12 OOt&'D,LT...... Birmingham..Lv seep
leaves Mr. Harrison just where he .. Melboume.. 11 lie ...... ...... ...... 125 p 780pmILv..HollySprings..Lv;: 7nm7sna
.. twao.1122a .... : I top From New York, (STANDARD TIME. From JacksonviliC. t.' ...... 730am LT.........Be. Louis ........LTICSpsa'Lr 'I1CIpat
was before it was written. Weeks ago .. Esu Gau1e.. U ...... 160ptOcklge (Pier 1t9, E.}t.) 8TEAMKBS. Florida SSa 7 45pm 00pm:\ LT Ar..JSTerett.Jackson rflle...LT.ArS S 20am 20am ...... ........ .Cbkago... ......LT ISSpnsv730ani
[ trL 12 ....... ... ....Duboque.... .....LTTOQkmiLT
it was given out by Mr. Harrison's .. Cocoa...... 12fp lOp ..?.. 112p 301p Monday,Feb. 3d at 3 p. .. CHEROKEE ...... ... Sunday Feb.9th at 1:00 p. m 4 SOp S 000am loam\AT Ar..Atlanta..LT510am .. ..Macon..Lv 130am1050pm ......_... t3Opm.LT........SIqu Ly..Lv .OOpm
llth
Feb
Wednesday Feb eth at 3 IROQUOIS .Tuesday ,aU:30p.m 130p
friends that his name would not be .. CIty PoIDt.. 1233p ..W....Slop Friday. Feb.7th at a p. 111.p.. ALGONQUIN ........Thursday, Feb. 13th at 4:00 a. m ..... LT..Atlanta..... .. ........ ......
.. TituI"Ule... I01p ...... ...... .._.... ...... Through Penman Sleepers St. Louis aa tJacksonTiHe.
the convention Monday. Feb. 10th. at 3 p m,. 8EMINOLE ..Sunday Feb.lOCb,at 8.00 a.mWednesday. 10 00pm Ar ChattanooKa
formally presented to .. OoAkllW... Iftlp ...... ...... ...... 03SpNewBmTrn ( Sleepers through Chicago or
.
21:11': ...... ...... ...... flop: Feb.12th. at 3 p. m.. COMANCHE .Tuesday. Feb. 18th,at 7-o0a. m ...... ... .. Sioux and Jacksonrtlle with but
: .... LT..Atlanta... City one
but Feb. 20th at 8.00 510pm
Feb. CHEROKEE
the Indiana mightbe lith. at 1 m a. m
by delegation, .. ...... ...... .. .. ........ Friday. p. "
1"oi"0000p 2 Monday Feb. inn.at 3 p. IROQUOIS ...... ...Sunday Feb.23d.at it :00) a. mWednesday ...... 1000pm Ar Chattanooga ........ ...... change.; '
the convention if there Daytona; ; .. ...... .... ...... t&m Ar .Cincinnati.. lOOam ......
sprang upon Feb.19thatSp.m. ALGONQUIN Tuesday, Feb. 25th at 1 30 p.m
was anything like a deadlock, in the : East a. 45514p.4.::::: ::::: ::::::..:::::::: )londa,. FeD.list 24t1 h.MS at'p.p.m m... COMANCHE 8K.VINOLE ..:::::::Thursday: Sunday, Feb., Mar.27th let all at '30.00 p.a. m m KANSAS CITY LINE

of Mr. Har- Wednesday Feb.2ahaUpm............ CHEROKRK .. ... ......Tuesday, Mar. 3d at 6dOa.niFriday. Through; Sleeper Jackvoartne to Dolly 8prt g .
interest partyliannony. .... ... (a Kansas On.
645p Holly Springs City. ( change
tison'-a letter confirms the first part of MSMateo.... It; ...... ...... ..... ........ Signifies. Feb.S8th.at3p.New Steamer.CLYDE'S .. IKlXJUOlS .. .... ...Thursday,3Iar. &th,at 1.30 a m DAT COACH ox No. 38 THKOCOK TO A.Turu11..)
iXtissourl, K annas, Indian Ter-,
statementan't else. Ar Pa1&tka. Mp ..... I ILT Ko.31.1 No.33.
that says nothing lwtka.. J ...... ....... ........ ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. rttory._

In short, Mr. Harrison's letter is LvUavUags... .-. ..... ...... -...... -........ Noe. 35 and 66 connection leare*'Atlanta at Toopm.00pm I Lv..Jack.at111e..Ar Ar...........EYelet..........LT -.2OaID.
thought to mean merely that he declines Ar 8t. August 400p.... ............. Steamer "CITY OF.JACKSONVILLES"Steamer. 1143 a.m. for ChUtanooga, arriving at Chat. T."Iam At........... ......... rosin
Lv St. 9 l m. Sleepers I to and from JacksonTllle. ..... .. .jr
the general scramble Anytat. Unooga p /aZ..BinaJnjtt.am. 166pm
to enter
:f: 60a1
r::::::::
Ar Jackeon'Ue. 1128p'l0: "FRED'K DeBARY. .... ...... ..
when the chances would fee against his lfJ: : Ar..Springfeld.:::: Mo.:::: L. :=

winning; but he is just as willing to Jack.ontlllle TraInS 34 and dal':8.between 8t. Augustine. and Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 3.30 p. m., DAILY 100 AZ...... .Kan.as Cltt. ..._L 30 30anaNos.

Trains 32,38 and 20a dAlly except 8uftda,. EXCEPT SATURDAYS for Palatka Sanford and Intermediate .'
be the candidate as ever. I Train 78. south of St. Augustine,dally except Enterprise ;' No. t and Weal Florida and New N0a' '= aDadil
The fight made on the appropriations' Sundar. Landings on the St. Johns River. Returning, leave Sanford at 9:00 a. m., and l1'Dai1 I > 1. 'ISouth Orleans D&! r 14. u y 10

9:30 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY for Palatfca Jacksonville and \ \_ -
Enterprise a. m. ,
for lbe'Calhou charitable institutions rALA.TKA BRANCH.STATIONS. IliOam.LT.............Femandlna.............At .... 5Oepm '
In the House this Intermediate Landings. e it ........,,10 Clam LT..............Callahan....... '". .
Washington
in ,
weektnay not have been of itself thing xo.51. ;tOO.63. ;xo.83 110.11 General Passenger and leket Office, 88 W. Bar Street,. k OBTtUe,Fla .to 950p.n SOpm I 10 1000am Slam Ar. ::::::::::.......-Baldwin ..::::::::::.: i o0pmStarks yz 1

Ly. K. I"atatka.. 1110. 12 06p I flip 435pAr. A. J. COLE General Passenger Agent I I r. It.IRONMONGER: ,JB. Fla.Pass Art, &, "................ ..... ......... Arj..3. 0
of national importance but it will be .ralatka..... IUOa 12 2Sp 4 Ob"p 4 bhpSTATi0S3. 6 Bowline Green New York' 204 West Bay Su Jacksonville,FlaM. :s 134 pmu5pm ...Waldo... .
::
H.CLYDE.A.T. M. I;JNO.L.HOWARD, Fla. Frt Agt.S I. 11055s 135pm: ::::::::::::::Gaineavtle.::::::::::::: I i : : g ."
heard from, inasmuch as it brought out : :0.60. 1(0.81. )to.54. ](0.66 Bowline Green, New York'' Ft.JOIt&l&St.JackjonTille, FU e .... .... l30pm ".... ............edarKe'............ .. .. .. 11:1am: Q
fact that members LT. Pa1atka..... 1135& IUOp 4 Slip lOOp D. D. C. )iI K. G. F. A., ;J.JL. LESLIE. Superintendent C t Ill2&m Il2pm "...... ...Hawtbonle.... ........". a.T.aa:11229pmof =
the many republican /aZ. E I"alatu. 11 66 U hop 4 Etl' I top 1180.Delaware aTPhlUdelphla..i Foot Hogan Su. Jackson Title, Fla 29tlam 2O1pm ........::::...... Cltra ................ .00& 1201pm .
of the House were while claiming to TUEO. G. EGER.T. M. 8 Bowline:Green New York ........ 231pm "............BUyer 8prtngl........ ...." .. .. .. .. ,.. !xm -.;.!.. '-
Trains between I"atatka and East 'ra1atka IOI&JD: I13pm ......... ...... ..oc&.Ia. ...... ....... .." 110am1114am b4 .
be fighting sectarianism, in realitv daily except tiWlday. y io4.0 ........ .... .... ".............JlOUI08&A8& ............. .. .. tfAIIuD a!M4Tram I
WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts. Jllllpml........ ......WUd.ood............. tiipm1006am P.''
merely acting as agents tor the A. P. A. = 0\&Jn! 20pm N........ ....Lenburg....... .., .." 11141pm 93Aa r- "oj
Trains 37 and 38 consllt'ofPuU.man .. .. ... .... .... ::
that Green. New fork 2:1Am: .'jrm .... ...... .Tanml. 102fpm llIam Y .
They got so mixed up they defeated IX So Delaware Aye Pilladrlphl 5 Howling :. IiOI&m Urm ".... ....,... .Orlaa40. ........ ...." I OI'I'ID' 745am LM: J t
the District of Columbia appropriation Palate Cars only. .... .... l loom ".... ........Wine.nark....... ... .,... '4 t man 4J!
Buffet Parlor Cars on Trains 23 ii 120am 429pm It'............8&. Catbertlle.... .... .... lit lapmt t r054am
bill; the first time such a SEED DEPARTMENT.: = Ulpm ...... .... Laseoebee.... .. .......110..1:0&. : xy
and78 between Jacksonville and ., .cr.\1\ "...............ladeDty.............." 1e34pm I49am Cwa
thing ever happened in the House 'Z "..............ria.suty............. 'llpm T4>Ia 9=
afterward reconsidered Palm Beach. 0; i ) TlOpm ".... ...... .. .. Tampa ... ... ..." llIIpca' !N $'
vote was
The

and the bill sent back to committee trains Tbert ray Time be expected Table! show to arrive the time at and at depart which cabbage<$ apd Jurpip Seeds Just F I eceiued. e lOOpmi ml 9 Nam Ly............Jae".......I10am30a !C10 ag
from the several but theli arrival 4ptahi rSam S r.... ...... .. Lace City.... ......... Milan 349rsla .
Col. William R. Morrison brands as departure at the times stations Mated U not guaranteed, 1IIZ&ID12f1)p1a: '! .. ..............Live Oak......... .... .3-1&1D 164Mn tI&

fabrications those stories sent out from nor dor the company hold itself rt! 'jion'lble ttierefrom. for- -WE KEEP ALL KINDS: OF- t 2 2IIa1D1 t1Oamj, 3lIpa 134 -"................ loetJedlo.... .... ........ M&nt 1 Siam 1.2e lopu j. .
to what he intended to do any delay. or any cunaeqnenoes arising w 13O&ml J 34pm ".............TaIII&baMee ... .. .. .... to I "-01. I Jn I.""..
Chicago as I.RUG-S and ]\YLD1CXJN1: S .... ... 4 32p .,Q.lay 13 4 s 3tipm .
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control the financial opinions of the 1 alarm .:::::::::::iii J :::::: :: .-12"a
to Florida East CoastSteamship' Tkrourb hnmaalllflOp.u! ".... .... .... rn...........:....:.." fJ 3 lspmeleepetIJackaontilI. w
Illinois delegation to the National Con. Pure Chemicals Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. a .. ... .... ... .Jdob/N... ......... .. \ 2 ...... 4to
.' the Line.Palm lIiew Orleana. I f 3i.mj I ':......... :New Orleans ........ ...:" 543.110 ..
He said have read
vcntion. : ,
PERFUMES BAY HUM.
SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS, ETC. ,
dispatches from Chicago, and I will Itoach-Kama* Serrtae.Steanwhip .
Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our stock comprise all of the Popular

ear in reply that I have sent no message Na*.an wlH be service Inaugurated tx ewee Jannarr Palm 13eaeb 1$. l and* i.Tbeetetrant Odors. Paint, Oils and Varnishes, Ilrushes, Painter Supplier, Etc. I tDaHy except SnnteT. $ m96efm.at Tampa for St. retertswrg. Msi>at e Elter and Key
the di' of Illinois I ," wit act l Ilagna .t amen. l.teaaserM.ata" for id jea'n M vaftteerKer At Waldw
to tuoeracy by steel ctoanthip-Northninljrrland. I_mer m* )tetrt'OUi8d att Tiflshsiurr far ItL Marks Car'atN1e! and ljs1uhi'"lK Con
anvone wb.,ni"''.'ver. This Nn.wrt* nil of Ijno MdaIs Wit,Mirdea taretiaSun.l win mako triar..u..w. : ACKERMAN & STEWART twetsM rarer Jnsxtinn f.,r''WttakancbcoUt Wly..r..n. eosnwets at Oemlsi! fir r1cmir.'a.ea.
t sabaeet An be Ke will heciieek.4 from nion Depot, l.t.W a will be mat as &b.Oisy sestet "ae*.
the assertious .uu i. *. gaud u. a hole Lease Paba Stead 2d11i.gaa street,as wee as at the Union Depot tleket .
X K. ,MARSHALX.
column of denial.'' XI H DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN. Ticket Anent,fort West Bay street eom r ff< Ex.C\HItl'"sI1UQ! Tlen-lrick., of NewYurk N. S. PEXS1XOTOX. Traffic Manager.: A. 0."(v t;0... ...... A,,,,,.

i wlu Wa io Ws hinrtun this If..Eis'IJ.gJtlAM"'f17 ; 11 6 8 POULTRY |I

week. scud when asked what he IS ,
tt I Save Your \ v'Co Baarflan.4r r It'ME;DR
thought el ill-- uditiott ut the oney.One .
Ts .day. Th'Ut4Iat and Saturday PURE BRED STOCK.I
democratic pam : "Oh, drroouucy is thereafter until April LLe.w. boxofTutt's Pills will save
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS I
ail ru bt; iuai is io say its cardinal Nataw
en" ')Ttfendar.. ....-...'.:.January BROWS and WHITE LEGHORNS, j many dollars in doctors' bills
principles art comet and sure to Meod.y.. .. ..........._, ...January:
dure. The root of the tree M live and TnmdaT:..................-.Fei ruary 4 EGGS for Hatching $1 per 13; three j They will sure1y cure all diseasesof

healthy, but tome excrescences have FrMUy NOtdar.--._....'.*_...February' 19WeJneeday T settings, $2.ro; five settings,'g4. 1 the stomach, liver or bowels.

................. ....February It Fowls at rates.
developed in the top that need lopping Friday............_........u.........February 14 shipped single express 4OvA'
._. .. No Reckless AssertionFor
HotxUr.-- February 17 -ALSO--
4; off. I have oo doubt that the party "* -"
And every Mondair. Wednesday and Friday DE SICATED Fisn, sick headache dyspepsia
will get back in the old conservative thereafter antllApnl LJoseph aoaARE
814?
MEAT MEAL and 7Ws
channels In the course of time. lUclmrdson malaria constipation and bilio.I -
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MICA CRYSTAL G KIT Mlq F iw t fMC LIT

The House! will, of course sustain OKsxRAii PASSKSGXX Acrxr Write for prices to I usness a million people endorse

the report of the \av, and Means FLORIDA EAST Com RAU.WAT. TUTT'S Liver PILLS f rr

Committee, that the House do not C. BAILIE,

nol Interlftcfcea, !'I&.

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iTILlr 1Ari'S 'SPEECH -1?i''inltito1" '+rf:7 e a day or two ago that. by: i I,! Republican vote but because: hundreds of shift for free coinage.-Se But that would

"actcr coat tation there were 4,000 milHgttalres thoua&nds of disgusted Democrats have ; have cut this too called endless chain..The

.. In America, whose aggregate staid at home and let the election go by parity clause was absolutely necessary to .' FIRF CHIEF .A. H. .RUNCE.

> :n.H AHCE K<h averages f ,oooOOO apiece.. That default. give excuse and color to a demand for the :

'7e $24,000.000,000 owned by 4,000 people.He I There was no trouble'with the gold re- I retirement of the greenbacks as a means of

__ ". ) I said it was going to cause trouble. I serve and no hint of any loss of eon fidenot stopping the 'Issue of unending bonds.

Advocates thloi his head is leveL It is going to in the national credit until about the time So ther'repealed only so much of it as _

Strongly the 'Free canes trouble, and a deal of trouble because of the presidential election. While the suited their purposes.
of the Mr Foster, was But let us consider what te: honest
they have stolen it, most of them.It secretary treasury I
C&!aage'. .. of Silver. was obtained by iniquitous laws In favorof I contemplating probabilities of a deficitin II.. meaning of "parity" in the Sherman law
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and Is. What Is of His Health Was Due to :
the
Restored
I classes and corporations and against the the revenue the raiding of the treasuryby : was meaning Pane'sCelery
i withdrawing gold did not begin until !I "parity" as given in the dictionary? The
a. masse, and there has got to be a reckoning .
heA': ; 8TA2IDFOIHT.HI some day after Cleveland's election. :language is: I

I Is Is. not saying too mach and I feel There were withdrawals of gold In the I I "To maintain the two metals ou a parity

.' -- I warranted in charging that the derange- regular order of business, but the endless with each other upon the present legal 11- Compound.

Dent In our finances and all {his cry .chain had Dot begun to work. ,, tlo or such ratio as may be provided bylaw .
"
CoM QHTof the Dvtie of a Senator. .
about sound money and maintaining the ; Object LtMon of 193. ,
Too Mach Controlled by: Party Doheats.Z : i iI I Now, if I should lie down on this floor, -- I
credit and honor of the United States areall We then for the first time got a gllmpw If
. 'I bend and feet would be
i **.l4at Cleveland Charged With the : part and parcel of a damnable scheme oftbe conspiracy of which I have spoken. my on a parity, so II
far as the floor is concerned. If I standup
Betrayal of Demeerarr-8eefttarr: ; Car of robbery, which had for its object, first, I Mr Foster gave the holders of greenbacks I my body is still on the floor, but my
: the ntt r destruction of silver as a money and treasury notes the option of having government I
.
1UU Soared.Mr. bead is here and foot down there.
metal; second, the increase of the public paper cashed in gold or sliver, and I up my

President, I shall make no apology debt by the issue of bonds payable in gold, I as thtreasury ey all demanded gold the gold 1n the :I the Tbe feet bead silver In this, and instance that is the represents parity which gold, {

for doing what is my right here-to exercise and, third the surrender to corporation i rapidly ran down. The financial
this of presidents has given us.It .
,. the functions of a senator and discuss of the power to issue all paper money and papers took tip the cry of the country going I paragon did not the parity of coin mind d .
the Issues presented to the senate. I give them a monopoly of that function.raets to A silver basis, and the first premonitory I : meaning say the coined dollar. It said -
you
bas made It rule About Silver. breezes of the panic of 1893 swept over the
that custom
, know sir, a ,
.I the parity of the metals, the ratio of 1ft to
r that Dew members of this body should listen I After the enactment of the Sherman land. While there. were no reasonable I.11. The words could not mean that upon

"O rather than be heard, and my brief experience law*, In 1890, it was supposed that the i causes to produce distrust the conspirators one metal was to be imposed the duty of
-and while In the city I have I price of silver would rise and the ratio between fomented it by every means possible and I holding up the other and of redeeming by
it attentive the suasions of set In motion the machinery: of the newspapers -
peon upon
very the two metals, as bullion wouldbe Itself the paper dollars based on both or nn
the senate-has shown me that the custom approximately restored to the legal ra- w&loh they control to terrorize the silver alone. t

), Is a wise one, because new men who oome tio. That law has been defined by the i business interests of the country and make The object was to have them assist each t xj. .

". In here, especially those who, like myself, senator from Ohio.a"makeshift to keep ready for the "object lesson" which :Mr. I other, to hold silver up by: holding gold

)a.. bad little, In fact DO, legislative experience down free coinage. The Democratic Cleveland told us was coming. It was I down, and an honest secretary; of the .

-t realize very soon that what they platform denounced it as a "makeshift"for expected by,the. confiding! Democracy that I treasury who should have resigned his

00 Dot know about tbe affairs of this great I II free coinage and the silver Republicans the installation of the new administration office rather than submit to the dictationof

I!.. government Is 2ar more than they do I mind you Instead of this senate being would witness a change of. policy. The I a besotted chief would have paid out

know or ClaD hope to learn without much- divided up and down that way, it is trust in the president was very great and : diver to protect the treasury from the t

labor. getting divided across this way Thank. remembering bow be bad shipwrecked the gold gamblers and bond grabbers, as the

My experience bas been In a different God, for we of the south on this side have I party in 1888 by his qulxotio tariff message law and bis oath of office required. But,

arsca, I am a farmer, pure and simple, been down below, under the heels of oppression and the emphatic Indorsement which alas, the old breed of southern statesmen : :i.',

with no collateral occupation. The and we are glad to find that west be bad given to the platform adopted at I, like Calhoun, who after a life spent in

speeches that I Lave made have been upon of the Mississippi the"galled Jade winces," : Chicago the silver Democrats bad rea&OnI the public service, had to be buried at public

the buntings, out In the open air under and that the collar of servitude which to expect that he bad learned some wisdom expense and his debt paid by the state

the trees, before the common masses of has been fastened around our necks and and that the government would exercise of South Carolina appears to be passing \

the country: where men are allowed, If I has been there for 80 years is beginning to its option to pay its obligations in

they: feel dl8po ed,to applaud the utterances make your shoulders raw-the silver Republicans coin, either gold or silver, for 1U own pro- away. Gold Standard B* potMfbU. 44k, _

. of tbe orator. I find here that the senate who had been bamboozled into tection. Mr. President, if there has been one idea '"
; considers It beneath its dignity to applaud I' accepting it as a compromise hoping thatit The people by their votes had demandeda more persistently and prominently presented ,

anybody, and the galleries reprimanded I would provide for the absorption of the change from the Republican policy. A to the American people by President

severely If they break over the rule and entire American silver product, found Demooratlo president gave them a change Cleveland than any other, it has been at2

Indicate that they approve something that I themselves overreached: and deceived. U. for the worse by encouraging his moneyed the iniquities of the tariff and the demandfor

.,has been said. I find, farther, that, no I! cannot be denied that the object of the friend., who controlled the newspapers' and its revision. In season and out of season M4 \ I
fatter how well pleased men are with thus directed the current of pnbllo opinion
law was to Increase the price of silver and with "damnable Iteration," be has
what Ia being said-I mean senators, for I restore its parity, and this must be bornein to hurry up their operations of rob sung this siren song in the ears of the

I look upon those In the galleries. m11ac. mind when we come to discuss Its pro- bery by means of the paolo and to accelerate farmers. Listen to this paragraph from

. sled automatons merely, :you know-the I visions. While the struggle was going on the downward progress of the country.We : : his message of 1887: r- J
, rule U to Gorgonlze the speaker with a I in congress between the silver and antl 1J. bad fondly hoped for relief and every '
la th. present state of legislation the only ,
senatorial him Into stone
and
stare turn
ver forces, and it was thought probablethat Democrat was supremely happy. to e
executive
of
almost. What has been the result I the free coinage bill would pass, silver I came up here as governor of my state pretense rtw\oM at this any time existing any part of oar power surplus /

find that men eminent tn our history, steadily rose in the markets of the and stood out in the cold around here on ...revenues to the people by its expenditure consists z-

whose speeches are read all over the ooun- world, and it did not begin to decline until East Capitol street for four hours, Dearly U the supposition that the secretary of

try get up here like schoolboys and read I a month after the passage of the bill frozen to death, to be present at the jollification the treasury may: enter the market and parehas -

essays In" a monotone to empty chairs, at which time it was 117, within 18 cents and glorification upon the inauguration *toads of the government not :yet due at The position of chief of fire depart- i i to nausea, and my bed with horror at

;When the senate of the United States, supposed I of the ratio of 18 to 1. of a Democratic president with a a rat 'of premium to be agreed upon. The went in a big city like Minneapolis, I the restless night which I w almost

to be in session, has gone to the I I desire to call especial attention to this Democratic senate and Democratic house, only could provision be derived of law is found from in which an appropriation Bach a power with Its acre of valuable building : certain was before me. Matters b

cloakroom know ben eJ e. fact as an answer to the assertion, so and God forgive me for being snob a fool I bill passed a number of years ago and it is | came so serious with me I could
Soar as I am the only farmer, freely made and so often repeated by gold- We. I say. we Democrats, bad fondly subject to the suspicion that it was intended property, crossed by numerous rail longer; keen silent myself andspeaking

pare mod simple In this august body. bug papers and orators, that legislationdoes hoped for relief.' We elected a president to I as temporary and limiting in It. application, road lines and dotted with factories, of it to abut my friends, one '

jYet out of the 70,000,000 people In this I not affect the price silver, and that give the people bread, and he gave them instead of conferring a continuing discretionand where the flree are never "banked:" IB day he suggested that I Paine's
'Country: 86,000,000 are engaged in agricultural we would sink to a silver basis alongsideof only stones.Now authority. 2fo.condition ought ,to exist of the u
one utmost and
pursuits alone. If, then, one farmer Mexico, China and Japan and have only here U an extract from the address which would justify: the grant of power to a. responsibility, celery compound I parhe a bottle

bas broken down the barriers and forced 60 cent dollars if silver were restored to of Mr. Cleveland in response. to the committee slpgl* official upon his judgment of its xteeeesity can be entrusted only tMtman of unquestioned and before I hd dozen

Jhls way here, upon his head rests' the responsibility its place alongside of gold. That is astock of notification; ,'to withhold from or release the business character nflftbillty. doses I knew that suggestion was a
of the unusual -
people manner money '
an
of giving utterance to the f eellings argument. We have beard it this Ma. CRAIBHA ian Ozmxrurs- Tbe men held in the treasury: and thus affect at his August II. Rnnro K has filled good one. I felt a improvement. I

tbe aspirations of his fellows, and of week right here in this chamber. It will sag TOO deliver from ta*rational Democracy will the financial condition of the country: and Hs contined to U It, and felt restored.
this for several
... giving utterance to the sense of wrong come in here next week. It will come in arouses within nw motions which would be if it 1s deemed wtoe to lod U the secretary: of responsible po My appetite good, and I sleep well, ,
which they have. Therefore, Mr President here whenever anybody gets up to speakon well nigh overwfeelakirif if I did not recoffnla the treasury: the authority lathe present June yean witdco! much credit to "melt and instead of an irksome grind my

I feel constrained today to raise my the other aide. lore assembled the representatives of great tor to purchase bonds it should be plainly and to the city wa born In NeJltork business is again a pleasure to me. I

{voice to speak, and before I get through I Bat when it was seen that this country: party who mart share with me the rwpon i- vested and provided as far as possible with attribute this happy state of affairs
in where he received
1852 a common
relW ..
{ will realise the fact that I speakplainly WUty: TOOT mission In Tito* I Bad mach such chedts and limitation will define this t
you was still controlled by monometalllsts the In the reflection that I have ben selected official's right and discretion and at th..me school education. Paine's celery compound."
and bluntly and nee Anglo-Saxon, price of sliver began to drop and went merely time relieve him from undo responsibility.XvolutloM in the '
As of
case Fire Chief
vernacular the of the What inch tbl has to Range,
a
,the language corn- down down down, below even the price man as say
toon people, for I am one of them, and I which ruled before the enactment of the Merelyto of a Tyrant.; can scarcely fall to carry weight withit the beginning of poor health is very
'expect to tell:you bow they feel, and what di orimi- stand for the principles and purposes to I quote it for the purpose of pointingout
Sherman law. There was still rob of the will start
apt one
which is pledged and for the enforce.meat power
n y party evolution of and of showing : t t
think and what want. the a tyrant
they they
nation against the white metal. It did
which who have
and of an any
supremacy from conscientiouslaw "With the that I immediately about getting out -
the transition a hope what
i 1 XlaVrn**** Standpoint. not have free coinage as gold, but it was a right to claim Democratic fellowship 'nurtconstantly say may
-t The senator from Ohio [Mr. Sherman] commodity not a money. It was discriminated and penl8teDt.l71&bor. '- abiding chief magistrate to an arrogant In some way be brought to the attention ger.t I It is thwJ yiia Ajt, sjiSr health

r. aid lEe other day that the question of the against by legislative enactment: Th President Arralcoml., and obstinate ruler who Ignores the of others who like myselt hare that Bakes an. ordinary .
free coinage of silver is old straw; that it and hence the fail. The sliver Republicans utterances' law and issues bonds at will and issues suffered without any apparent cause, 'rn-ow"
:ibas been thrashed and thrashed and thrash of the west, who bad deserted the sliver I watched for these because them under a statute that is "subject to I feel constrained to recite a brief tale bodily condition so dangerous, and to

f..: \4. that there is nothing new in it It Democrats of the south and accepted the if be bad evinced or shown any purpose of the suspicion that it was Intended to be regarding an experience which I trust likely to go on to something worse.

lk bas been thrashed, sir, by lawyers, it hasjbeen compromise offered by Senator Sherman, treachery I would have tried to other deliver the temporary: and limited in application, may never be repeated In my case Ever day it is clearly shown that it

tbs.shed by: railroad magnates; it has may take warning as to what faith or' vote of South Carolina to eon man.in instead of conferring a discretionary: authority. "A few months ago, owing doubt to lire tired out, and on the
Therefore, feeling a personal grievance ." He not only issues them but less to the exacting nature of of
i down. The
4n thrashed the of this my verge languor
j by president trust they caD put in any utterances or actions breaking
the.man's action, I am here today to arraign does it secretly, with his law partner ass duties as head of the dye department and the lack of
corporation and the attorney of that cor of the senator from Ohio. to legislation strength sure in
before the American for a t
him people
poration. It has not been handled on the in regard to our finances. If they witness to the contract, and has created I began to feel a sort of languor ana crease.Now.

pitchfork of a farmer I am here to see if are honest in their assertions that they feel his treachery misdeeds and and to ask before for a the verdict.party for his the suspicion in the minds of millions of listlessness to disguise which I was is the time to throw of disease.As .

r I cannot get a few grains more wheat-of I the welfare of their states and the welfareof There is not one word here which would his countrymen: that a president of the compelled to bring into play! all the the new year begins are fewest -

," truth-in the handling of the question. I the masses of the people depend upon warrant one to expect that the leader of United States can use his high office for strength of will I could command. The hindrances to getting back strength

i. 'Farmers use a pitchfork in handling the restoration of silver to equality with the Democratic party, its bead and guide, private gain. "damned feeling; grew noon me, however, andin and sturdy health. The bracing weather
straw; therefore the simile is good if the 1 I gold, they should be prepared to cross the would Ignore the platform and treat with The suspicion, like a spot, a short time it took such possession arouses a longing for health. Paine's
of the
has been burned Into the brains
statement is good. They also use pitchforks Rubicon and fight this battle to a finish of that it affected
whom me and
contempt the trusted lieutenants people and will no more "out" than Dun.can' I. my appetite celery compound, taken now. does its
to handle manure, and perhaps I under whatever banner shall promise victory the people had sent to the national capitalto caused insomnia I approached my service toward driving out
blood could be washed from the lily bet
hall find of that in before dee
some pathway and relief. Partisan
my pol1t1cal.mu.- assist in shaping the party's policy. The bands of the demented Lady Macbeth. I meals with a feeling amounting almost establishing firm health.
I
get through. tions and sectional feeling no doubt largely
language would lead us to expect the very I
And here let me remark, in passing, that I
What Is the position of the Republican influenced their action in 1890. The reasonable
of these
party as set forth by its acknowledged time for another presidential election approaches. reverse. How many this last of the Democratic president (for,
have been met How
leader, the senator from Ohio (Mr Sherman They must understand that the expectations old and in manyof the mark my prophecy, he is the last that Strayed or Stolen Geo. B. Selden. President of the
]? I am be is aot here. How of the who you, men grown gray party, as now organized, will ever elect) Two Chickens White
election to
sorry any man presidency nation one a Speck. Selden and left
service of the party and of the men I Sash Company,
and his administrations
will down in two Dr
did he set it forth in bis the 8d bill de go history
speech on would veto a free coinage means
this led Booster
who its trusted leaders before three months old. The
were
will be remarkable for Y. Monday where he
chiefly ,
of January What did be propose to do'tHe feat. It means more. It means continued ,
said thatnhe present trouble with the I I disaster to our industries and Increased man from I Baffalo have was been ever called heard into of-how his I I the first as having to deal with large and other one is Grey necked PlymouthRock will remain for a few oafs.
,
,
many say
!finances of the country arises from a deficit poverty to the masses of our people. I council! Speak if there beany here. X unwieldy surplus, which entaUed the hen. I left my home at 8.30 Trainmaster
be contended for the C. Whitney of the
:an the and the remedy is to necessity as purchase ,
sue more revenues bonds and tax the people. Sa-I Conspiracy Tot Gold. shall be glad to bear them. where has this of undo bonds at; an exorbitant Sunday morning and went to my workat Plant System,.with headquarters at

If the secret history of the year 1893 man sunk his personality Whom has he premium while his last has been signalized the St. George Hotel and bock
is all-Increase the tariff in order to in-I I came
Gainesville in the ( this
week.
shall ever be written, it will disclose the consulted Whom has ke recognized was city
after adherence to his
i a persistent pet
,
jcrease the and issue bonds to
revenues home 4 and mabsencemy
pay at
daring
fact, which cannot be proved DOW but of Whose advice has be followed None but
:be deficit and get the gold reserve I schemes of finance and taxation, by a def : Capt M. McLanry, formerly of
which I have not the slightest doubt, that that of the bootlicks and sycophants who kit by the issue of bonds, contrary to the chickens were taken. All I can E
Straight, and we will all be happy. That
1 the gold ring of New York which embraces have crawled their knees for the crumbs Palatka but now of Waycross, GL,was
:Sa the fiepsbllcan policy They do not law to pay the current expenses of the say is that there was. a whole broken
nearly all the bankers in the eastern of patronage and betrayed their constituents .' government, and an infamous attempt to in the city fur a few days this week
other scheme of relief.Cleveland's .
propose any and middle states and the stock gamblers for the offices in his gift. j M'I. increase tM bonded debt of the countrymore : through my yard fence on the South circulating his numerous friends.
Financial among
Policy.: of Wall street controlled the presidential I In the entire history of this country the than and the surrenderto Side, and whether some one came in

It : What is the policy outlined by the lead- I' Dominations of both the Democratic and high office of president has never been so I those same$500,000,000 corporations which he so myjard taken them I do not know.I Ii "Bert," a his friends call him, I a
r. as :you say, on this side, the man who Republican parties and. bad an understanding prostituted, and never has the appoint I great favoiite with
| our people
I i abused of the absolute control of our ,
paper
lives at the other end of the ? His lone colored I
F avenue : with the managers, or with both power been so abused Claiming to be tUJ am a poor woman livingall esp

policy 1s room bonds, DO increase of revenue the candidates. themselves regard to I apostle of civil service reform, he has dej j I I[ currency The Democratic party elected him and alone laboring for my living, and I dally among the soldier boys,
be has are always glad to greet him. He
enough revenue just now-
what policy should be pursued toward our i benched the civil service by making ap-1 a
'retire aU the greenbacks, all the silver of those whose re-elected him and would have no other others were at work while they are pil- is in the postal service.
finances. They contributed money for the vpolntmeDts only sponsorswould
I leader. It must bear the odium of his official
oertUtoatet. and perhaps the national banks 1! surrender their manhood and with I Ireying around my place they would
booming of Mr. Cleveland as the only avail
misdeeds his utter lack of statesman Hon. J.
C. Cooper of Jacksonville
may graciously come In and fill the void able Democratic candidate, and they abused i bated breath walk with submissive bead ship. He has been Democrat have lots more at there own homes.ANNl ,

r ,by Issuing notes. and ridiculed every other Democratic i in his presence. With relentless purpose I measured by the never standard of Jefferson a and, E JOSEPH. was in the city this week, the guest of

'; In what beeped do they differ? Mr.Sherman aspirantThere ,| be has ignored his oath of office to uphold Jackson. His opinions and policy on Dr. E. S. Grill.
wants coin bonds Mr ClevelandWants
gold bonds Mr Sherman; wants was plain evldenee to show that and obey the law and has paid out gold I II i finance have been those of Sherman, who Monday evening, the 17th Inst., the
the president himself had weakened on the instead of coin and issued bonds to buy is measured the A. WUlard the popular shoe man
A higher tariff; Mr Cleveland wants the I I, the I not a Republican by: Gem City Guards will give an Exhibition ,
question of tariff reform, and the financial more gold, by both actions overriding standard of Lincoln. He differs from the
old
to his home
;present tariff. }1r. Sherman as a means the of drill and b gone at Live Oak,
heed interest drill
I plank was cunningly drafted so as to satisfy : law and giving DO to ) Republican party only in the one particular a competitive squad
of relief to the endless which
.is a intent stop contrivance, with chain thieves- at i both gold and silver men, with the any but his moneyed friends-I might say of the tariff, and on that he has blown competitive cpmpany drill for the gold where he will recuperate for a few

(OB end and dishonest officials at the other, intention that It should be interpreted, if his owners or partners.Whatever hot and cold as his pet bobby and wW go medal. An admission fee of
claim of be 2 cot
Cleveland was elected, as meaning the cessation I| legality may put down in history as the most gigantic failure I
k. rob the American people -wants to keep I of silver coinage and the forcing of I i forward for the redemption of treasury of who the will be charged, and it is to be hOe eda
I any man ever oocppled
days.WEAK
'{the redeemed greenbacks in the treasury, I a gold standard upon the people. Interpreted ', Dotes in gold, there can be Done as to the I White House, all beoaaseof his vanity and large crowd Will be in attendance.
one can get them to raid the treas- MENCURED
pno I according to the plain use and redemption of greenbacks in anything but obstinacy

'ury, while the president says that the onlyrefuge I meaning of English words, the platform coin and the option was given him to Now, to make good this Charge, I will

{ he sees is to redeem, to blot oat means bimetallism, but there are conditions deem the treasury notes in either gold re-I recall the fact that when he came to power, AS IF BY MAGIC

land Usue bonds in place of every solitary and ambiguous porases which have I silver While to this besotted tyrant in March, 1693 and could have sailed the .To Orange Growers. Victims .( Lt aUobood should semi at
of that circulates without interest.
place paper afforded an excuse to the elastic conscienceof has come to mean gold alone be cannot sanate and house together (Democratic for . o lo a bkupl

And both of them mean coctrao. the bullheaded and self idolatrous man his mere ipse dlxit change the law of this I the first time since the war) to carry' bis full
:tlon lower prices harder times. who holds the reins of to the land and pervert the plain: meaning of the may, quickly
power pursue t policy Into effect, what did bode Did be S
't1 Neither of them tells what is to C
Mr. Sherman does u. what bring be, policy be has. Whether the scheme was English language. He has Mid bonds to : call an extra session to give tariff reformto Frozen Out a JlDn7ftD
relief. give
I agreed to by the president in person or not boy gold with which to redeem greenbacks : the people-the overburdened and I from
scheme
considers a comprehensive, a good I and whether be bound himself in plain When there was a large quantity of silver downtrodden people whose wants and II w ak>**s can afford .

lor future use. Mind you not DOW The I terms or Dot will perhaps never be known. I I I lathe treasury which according to law, woes be hAd depicted in so speechesand I I II 1 1 &Ith
many
Iwbol.I&e appears to be that a promise of ''I HU course has been unswerving in the absolute should have been used, and the law only ; messages? Oh, no! The policy of We have for Sale in Umc,adree .

this government, which Is a mortgage on contradiction of his public professions authorized the sale of bonds for coin. His monometallism of bonds of fail strength, de
I gold more Size
of the
of this for 80 tosome Tracts
the labor country years and tone te
and letter of acceptance. Tbo expectations Republican predecessors and allies who the substitution of national bank currency I any vetomnent are Imp eW
of this portion of the
U better than -
,eBt w.tbout Interest a promise, which circulatesas govraa I and interests of the poople have set the unrighteous and unlawful example for greenbacks and silver certificates, Best Orange and Lemon proof i(ITS lirl)frt bJ.& 7Jlla"pUa
been forgotten and Ignored The party which he bas so persistently followed and. the scheme which was nearest his heart,
affairs of the MEDICAL CD. BUFFALO Y.
money tDbo'1 ask everyday here who bas which elected him has boon betrayed and encouraged him in it and still encourage first enlisted his care and energetic action- Lands in the World LEIE ,f.
man ---- -
J'eUP1e.ow any -- -
Its banners which floated so triumphantly him to the utmost extent cannot escape He called the
la scintilla of boDtvty in his heart or in his In the breeze of 1892, DOW trail in the the condemnation of the honest working' coinage of congress sllveit together, to stop situated in the beautiful e
between the
brain to tell EM difference dust of disgrace and def tat. The practical business men of the country as equal i Here was the dread alternative if the .
and if of
this one
promises of puveratueBt, foothills of Central
destruction of the party baa been acoom partners tn bin guilt Sherman law was not repealed:
them, which would relieve the people 1s pUshed. As a proof of it, while the.na- The repeal of the Sherman law, which : I, Q
in the Unless bonds ales to be constantly California. Earliest
good, being todaj at a premium, banal convention Is only six months oft, was the fleet point of attack of tLUuaboly govern jab : \ :
toned and sold to replenish exhausted
fairness should our
and why
of aoBesty
they name wish to retire greenbacks and put out there 1s no one prominently mentioned as alliance, was only accomplished throughthe gold only to be again exhausted It .. apparent i Ripe Fruit, highest prices AND rrs C17U
its candidate for the presidency No one aid and In conjunction with a majority that the operation of the silver purchaselaw
that will bear interest? 1 THE Eorrc-I have aa absolute
nnother promise : seems willing to offer himself as a vicarious of the Republican senators, and this Democratic BOW in force leads tn the direction of theentire and freedom from j
In whose Insreat 1s such a scheme sacrifice on the altar of a disgraced president so called accomplishedwhat substitution of silver for the geld la the remedy fee Corium tiatt By tin fcmdy a

t here but that of the ntoneyvd fliftboDored party The Republicans was not possible for any Republican government trcecury, and that this must be Frost. For full infor- thousands of hopeless cases have been alreadypermanently

t!lasses, who are today ruling in wealth? who had been defeated by such -an overwhelming executive under circumstances to have followed by the payment of an government cured. S r-I y

phe Idea ts to sink deeper in the bog ofggwtitn vote at the last presidential brought about. A change: of the party in obligations antedated: aU.U .-. mation address or call of its power that I c i m du t
and poWt7be sweating toll- the alternative. wa that if did not (,"
election, are DOW inpONMabioDof the other power had lefts large number of offices: in t we h Jl t o
ra.sea. U," f.winers and other laborers I'I'It. branch of congress bye majority unknown his gift with which to buy votes. Harrison repeal the Sherman: law we must issue ; WOOD CITRUS COMPANY who!Cnwnptonnu'a.Broochial o

m aN to pay t.>.< untore*t and redeem the I to our history: except: daring and immediately would have bad no such advantage.. bonds, there Wall an Implied_promise or Long Trbl I t w w me
ids at soon future time possibly The Democratic had demanded a repeal prophecy that if we did repeal It we should k
after the war. They: are there Dot party Tulare Co r a S.

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