The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001917709
oclc - 35452854
notis - AJZ3258
lccn - sn 96027678
System ID: UF00086614:00017
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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THE PALATKA WEEKLY HERALD TIUES.J Kt *bll tblUhed.h d 18tial I.I IPATATKA ,............. Mir 1. 1893.. PALATKA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1896. NEW SEldES-VOLIillE 3.--NO, 44OOTFL j

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I 11 am lonely now41 feel bereft Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latest U.S.Gov't Report ;: :
t Of everything that makes life dear.I I

'MARCUS. LOEB & Cft I II can only hope, as Tears roll on "
II SlhihlONS I That time will half my burden jsbare.

I Oft in memory's bark I'll slide, :
( i I And visit; these dear scenes anew, DY ;
I i And think while; looking:; down life'

It t i; I see tide a, loved face shining through. owABSOLUTELY d

H .F REGULATOR I, In fancy, I will see the flowers PIJRE j
You gave to me in day of sore;
I'll breathe their perfume, kiss thei ,

leaves, Card of Thanks. Ray.: Bros as Importers. 1
GOODFOREVERYBODY And dream they all are mine once
more. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth- Palatka continual to attract attentionnot ;..oj

and everyone needs it at all times of the r odist Church desire to express their only among the-business centers of f
year. Malaria is always about, and the And when In future years we meet the State but beyond the limits of her 1 I
only preventive and relief is to keep the ''I I'll take your hand, and wish you thorough appreciation of the help rendered -. boundary line. Her central:: position Wand
well during the Apron Bazar held
-- Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit, Your ; transportation facilities are bringing .t
happiness is all I ask; Friday night, February 14'h. To the
: ? J and the best helper is the Old Friend,SIMMONS For that my life itself I'll sell. friends abroad and at home who re her into notice. The Gay Bros., 1
., LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.eMr. I who are ranked among the leading $
C. Himrod And stie'who shares lot in life sponded so generously by their donations
of ncaster.'Ohio;' ., your grocery jobbers of Central Florida, 1
says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke May time rest lightly on her brow, \ of material and money, to the
in ot orders for from
are receipt goods
a case of Malarial Fever of three And jnay she in all time to come kind patronage of the,public, and to i
Deserve the love bear her nowGEORGIA the Bahama Islands. This Is very
years' standing for me, and less than you those who gave such ready aid in BO -I
CTRL. gratifying to this enterprising firm,and ,
one bottle did the business. I shall use many ways which helped them reach
it when In need, and recommend It." The ladies of the Baptist Church will such gratifying results, they desire to they are determined to encourage this

Be sure that you get It. Always look for accept our thanks for an elegant platter express their grateful appreciation and new outlet of trade. The Gay boys are

the RED Z on the package. And don't of dainties from their festival. We are add their earnest thanks. still forging ahead in their business.

forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS Informed that the affair was a decided -'1
Who is Bemis?
S LIVER REGULATOR, and there is success, more than; $60 being realized.We Who is Bemis?

only one, and every one who takes it Is NOTICE

f sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS are informed by Tax Collector Mr. W. W. Martin, of Ocklahoma, A meeting is called at the Masonic ,

.. ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for Blanchard that, notwithstanding the the land of phenomenal wonders, is nan on Friday,the 21st instant,at 7:30 1
Biliousness and Sick Headache both are fact that the books have been .J
j. ; tax open visiting the city. Mr. Martin is one of p. m., for the purpose of arranging an ,
., caused. by a sluggish Liver.J. for some time, comparatively few of the surviving veterans of the Federal entertainment for the benefit of the 1
IL Zeilin& Co.
our citizens have paid their State and army, and took in the encampment at Masonic Fraternity. .

county tax. As the books will close on Daytona. lIe is owner of valuable real All Masons, their wives, daughtersand

Is Bemis POur the first Monday April, it is important estate in Florida, and has confidence lady friends are requested to be j

If readers have doubtless. beea attracted that this matter be attended to. In the future destiny of the Flowery present. THE COMMITTEE.Lux 1

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by this unique catch-line We acknowledge, with thanks, the Commonwealth.

throughout this issue of THE TIMES- receipt from eur old friend, Ed. Earle,:. a WART Co UGH BALSAM bas no t
John Motes Jr. of Francis offers
equal as a remedy for Coughs, Colds,
HERALD, and have also doubtless beenat of a handsome number of "King's
for sale a good four-year old mule. See Influenza Bronchitis and all diseasesof +
loss who Bernie Views of Boston," a work containingone I
to.know really
FALL AND WINTERCLOTH ad. in another column. the Throat and Longs. Made only
Now this hundred views in and around that I
question in and around Mont-
by R. IL Bond & Co., F JHinore, Md.
pelier,Vt.,would be a solution In itself historic city. In'a letter Mr. Earle says: THE TIMES-HERALD desires to thank For sale by Ackerman k Stewart, Pa-

for this eminent young man has estab- "I read with deep' interest THE TIMES- the ladies of the Methodist Church for latka. Fla.Who.

lashed for himself a good reputation, tlERiLD, aud am glad to note the new their kind thoughtfulness in sending

but for the information of those with life[ which seems to have !grasped; Pa. nice assortment of dainties. is Bemis?

whom he is not so familiarly known 'latka; it pleases me to read of the

we will state that Bemis is the Pa- many Improvements.which go as evidence -

latka eye specialist, who has recently I that folks yet have confidence in
ING Have Your Examined
opened a permanent office on Lemon the town." .. Eyes

street.> He makes a specialty of the
If the seams of the BUCKSKIN
eye in all its branches, and has in stocka ... 4..L .
BREECHES were the kind that
rip !
.' .f' ., large line of lenses and frames. ,
.. ( The Doctor while the buttons were poorly fastened If j
::" gives this good advice: w you
? and always coming off, we wouldn't say .t.BV ):t... .;
---! "Don't trifle with your eyes;" and he
rood As it is each ..wish..
they were pants. ,
BEGIN TO COME IN MEANWHILE WE WILL Is correct. The eye is the most valuable .
detail is perfect. The seams, buttons, Satisfac
instrument of man and we
pockets and fit are all the best. They
-- should be careful not to ill-treat it. If tion.3DI3. .
,. are the best pants we know how to SpeCialist'J'
there is any defect of sight have your
make. r 1\.
eyes examined without delay by a '. .
SELL ALL LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTH'INGt thoroughly experienced occulist. .'Our Country Cousin"Monday night. .1 ,

Dr. Bemis has the highest of testimonials .
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from both North and Palatka
lie is no traveling "faker," but a OF MONTPELIER, VERMOUNt,
gentleman of polished manner, who is 1,500 CHOICE BUDDED ORANGE
J AND GENTS' FURNISHING GO'ODS' Impressed with Florida and who has and GRAPE FRUIT TREES. i Has opened!: permanent office on Lemon ;Street, Falatka, where he will be

come here with his family to make his :pleased tojsee: all wishing his services. He carries a large line of SPECTACLES
home among PalaUa people. For full particulars, address or canon ,and EYE GLASSES all the latest Styles and Patterns and will adjust the

J. W. BALL, i lenses to accuriately fit each eye. Lenses fitted to your old bow if preferedAll
The Doctor would be glad to have a '
call from anyone, *hether business or 2 Palatka, Fla. I work warranted. Hundreds of recomendations on application.

sociability is the object.A .
AT COSTWE Valuable Transfer. .

One of the most important transfers Leghorn Eggs.Now lONE

which has occurred in Palatka for sometime MOMENT'S THOUGHLi
I is the time *o set vour Hens.
/ was the purchase from L. Falk by
Walter Thomas of the handsome two EGGS at oO cents setting. 13 I
per eggs.J. :
; AREI ( and a half-story brick building, Lemon II. DORSEY, II I ,

. street, be.ween Water and Front, the fellP.. O. Box 474, Palatka.

consideration being 7,500.In .
conversation with a representativeof WASTED !

THE TnnsllEIULDesten13y, Mr.
Florida Lands. Must Be Truss TruSS
OE Thomas stated that it wan his intentionto ,

LADIES's transform the building into one of Cheap for Cash

the finest and most attractive groceriesIn
Describe fully in detail and be ,1
the South. It, wpl alto be arranged plicit as to the improvements. Also .., ...,.. ".
after an idea of convenience. There -
state size J and condition of buildings if 'J .'

OXFORD TIES and SLIPPERS. hallway will be contracted adjoining on an the elevator east,by in wbich the there are any. Address, Wi.it Convince you that this is ;the TBCSS you shook Wear-Moat Eeoaq i. ea ,,{

and J. C. PRICE, Convenient and Comfortable. Far Unquestionable Tetlltim.ulatl call d*,.,
all heavy staple goods will be trans.
ported> and stored on the second floor fell TUB FAIR, Chicago, 111. C. J. CARRETT, Druggist, /

The center of the store will If clear of
Cor. Lemon and Fouth Streets, PafatmrrFla.B. .
obstruction affording an excellent view FOR SALE. -w
of the room. The counters and shelv- ..
IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES ng will be handsomely finished, and, -

taken altogether, the place will present FIRST BAPTIST: CHURCH. Death of Percy 0" 000.

_.' a strikingly attractive appearance. Sunday, February 23. Preaching It News has reached Palat! aef the sad
Prior to his removal Mr. Thomas is Lots in Palatka 11 a. m. Theme: 'Gideon and bis death of Percy M. Osgoojl, which occurred

I offering some extraordinary induce three hundred men." No evening service in California..

ments m prices. See his advertisement on account of temperance meeting. Mr. ?good will be rf numbered as

elsewhere then call on him. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer the representative of / ames Pyle & 1

I t Mr. and Mrs. Crutchfield entertaineda FOE SAJ..IE., meeting Thursday at...7:30 p. m. Son.. He was a young man of the f
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number of friends at their home on highest moral characte always courteous
the IIei ht&Tuesday evening in honorof On Long Time to Parties Mrs. J. R. Conant and her bricht son, agreeable and ol liglng, and his i

Mrs. Fiske, of Mississippi who is Risley, of Garlner, Mass.. are r fis- many friends in this Jectton will read

visiting Palatka. Who will Improve TIlenl teed at the St. George.They spent with deep regret of nils demise.Mr. .

..,. the season of 1890 here, and made Osgood leaves Ju dear mothev and
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Mule for Sale.Good feI4-tf MARTIN GRIFFIN.HOMEJTDDY.. many friends who will be glad to see sitter in Peterboro, I N. H., to whom -

them again. TUB TIMESHERALIextends: sympathy

FOUR-YEAR OLD MULE.. When nervous :ad run down; when
3tr Lectures.
Will sell cheap for cash. Apply to the blood Is out of order; when you rfive
eel languid and tired from no apparent I Palatka people been entertained I
JOHN MOTES, JB., I cause, take Sarsaparilla and during this week fjy )Ir. Lon. J. Beaochaaap -
ti fe21-2 Francis Fla. Celery Oomponn I. It cures Scrofula. with feries
.Ir r I a of I
One Hundred LessonsIn Boils Eczema and all diseases* of theblood
Cur<*aNervoa, Exhaustion anti lectures which tflave proven highly iaterestin t
WANTED I any of the Common Branches Hysteria Made cnly) br R. II. Bond -;. Mr. tauchamll'l mannerof

given by mall for only FIVE DOL- &; Co., Baltimore Md. For sale by delivering is Jbost impressive,and to
Aokennan& Stewart Palatka Fla. j
hear him once Creates a desire to hear

. exchange for CHIOA3O:: PROPERTY ing Special fortbe attention BTATE to TEACHERS'persons prepar.EXAMINATION. Messera J. M. Wilson,G. L. Fox,J. him often. ,Ad H occupies the Methodistfsion "J'J'Churd"
E. Marshall J. G. Ballon, W. )L Hawkins free. The pubUr'4'
O. W. F. G. fluffy D. cordially invi eeL
Long. ,
MARCUS LOEB & CO. Describe fully. 2-e Satisfaction nt stamp for guaranteed.a Trial Lesson.Send a /eichlietner, T. M. Holsendorf have Miss Bee Launing---

returned from the G. A. R. returned (
Address L L HIMES. Manager. Encamp I
DE3. B. ROY, II day from.a eOdayo'TUit, to IIun
Jan3- Palatka, Fla. ment at Daytona. They report an excellent ton.
.f e,21.. .-.. Xbnralk. Fla I II tune.
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} "Yours ahraya-Marlon."
< words
:- The photograph on which the
written stood the mantelshelf]
were upon *
of a luxurious room in Piccadilly.
The young man who read the Inscription
T: aloud was described in Debrett a? Sir WAGONSAnd
\lR & Anthony Elliot Bart.,grandson of the late

Sir name.Robert Elliot and fifth baronet of hi

the daughter and sister of an earl,"a so-
r- iety beauty, and one of the richest heir-
DYSPEPSIA tnea In England. They wore to be married -
In the spring,and he was on the pointof GORNfiR J..EMOiD FOURTH STREETS.

starting in order to join the party at

her country home. BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE
i CATARRH A servant tapped at the door and en-
te d.

t,1 "If you please, Sir Anthony a gentle-
man of the name of Crowe wants to see t "We have exoerience.1 Workmen in all our Departments, a Stock oF the

you." VERY BEST MATERIAL., ana we GUARANTEE: sATisrAcriox both ia n'ice
J1 MALARIA "Crosse* I don't know the name. What and style of work. 07.4
is fall business? Did be say?"
"Says he's oome all the way from New

@ This great remedy i is indorsed by %( KID N EY'- y Zealand He"Sir was Anthony on shown purpose in.Elliot to speak, I presume to you."?" .he PLANT SYSTEM.

1 physicians, and prescribed by them: queried.
"Yee," said Tony. "Will you take a
all over the world. chair I am rather pressed for time."
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guaranteed to cure the most TROUBLES "The business will not take me long to 4259 JMILES T
Positively explain"be said. "In fact, it can be told

stubborn cases. The formula is published. in two sentences. I am here to inform you REACHING,. the Most IMPORTANT POINTS
@) that yon hare no more right to the name .

plainly on every bottle. As a tonic it is P 1M P LESSuperior you bear than I have. Your father was a ... -INAlbama -
carpenter, and he sold you to Mrs. Elliot

i for a LS note." : Georgia, South Carolina
There was a moment of silence. Tony's ,
cigarette went out. Hs threw it Into thegrate.
BLOTCHES Florida Cuba and Nova Scotia.

"You make a very rtranjre assertion' ,"

'be said slowly. "Will you kindly explain Perfect Passenger Service !

TO ALL. &OLD SORESSarsaparillas yourself"Withpleasure,"replied Crosse. "Your

reputed father died year after he married
quarreled with his father and became a
sheep farmer In New Zealand. I was his
next neighbor and knew all about him.
BLOOD = Three weeks later his only child,died too.

j1- "Then Mrs. Elliot adopted a working-
For Female Complaints I and J man's baby and left the place. I didn't Y
understand her motive at the time. 1 tam ,

building up run-down: sys- PO150N I I N G comprehended when I learned that the
late Mrs. Elliot bad hated her brotherinlaw -
tems it acts like Tiagic. Try because she believed he had set the old

and be convinced. baronet against her husband and herself.
a bottle .
S a o o a
Crosse banded him two papers. "You

TRUTH can have 100 more proof,if you like to go
READ THE ::: -- out to Queensland," he add d briefly. d

I "And your object In traveling thousands
c. r
EXTRACT FROM BOOK OF i| ROUQece of miles on a matter which does not

",,"a.a rheumatic sufferer for 18 month Dcrlrfl no benefitm tw concern you? I presume you have a motive
from physicians? ,treatment at Miners! WelH Tn., or Hot Sprtnc. pMnArk. "
iiy declared my condition hopUe**.but as a Ian r*rt
advised P.P.P.. Uppmaa-s Gre4.t H m.l Il, 'sough Its sue am "Certain//' said Crosse calmly. "I

*" *o7rimmlns& ninesLeadln. W.'Grocer F.TIf.,*W flN XAhacbi. ,Tet. .k. / am want a poor comfort man and and security no longer fur my young.old age.I 3 GIU A T. EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPJRATKD BT TUB
Indorsed bj B. W.FIAKKSS,Pr ggbt. r
Give me 9,600 a year for Ute,and you can PLANT SYSTEM.
II P.P.P. IJ '.Great Remedr.cured roc of dl!4> inn and palpitation of the heart. ll..l not slept on either sid for your fine lady. I'll hold my tongue." THE FINEST FISRING and BOATING IN THE WORLD!

tw)ears; DOW 1 Bleep IOUndl,In A.\r 1LU1 8 AY.Dc?. oD.,TeL \ tJ. WON DE RFU L Great beads of perspiration stood on

"Sworn to and sibeertbed before me," Tony's brow. His head swam. Then the Line
Publics Pant steamship
.M._L.ulBmT Notary carpenter's son pulled himself together, ,

"Buffered for yesrs with < dlMfreeW erwptlon on rof f ce. threw his head up and peremptory/ ordered TWO\ ELE 3 AN C SHIPS '
L Parlous failed to remote it. Three bo."..01 r..1'.1'.,Upp- Crosse out of his rooms. But; whenbe EVERY WEEK

many??seat'='' ,tramplately Casa. J.cared D. JuII\SGNSavanraiyGa me." (C REMEDYl J'1! was alone a cry of passion and despairrose Port Tampa Kev West and Havana.

._ from the bottom of his soul. ... tOne .. .
He wrote to Marion that Important business
would detain him in town for a few Elegant Ship Ey ery Week between

i SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTSLIPPMANBRO'S. SEND FOR days and cabled to a globe trotting friend. POPT TAMPA and MOBJLE. '
The answer to his message came and .
that afternoon, at dusk, she greeted him
BooKLEr.L1PPMAN'5 In the great ball of the old country man- LITERATURE ON F >IUDA and CUA mailed upon application.

sion. i B. W. WRENN Passenger Traffic
Manager Savannah Ga.
"We shall have an hour or two alone. ,
how white I" she added
But you are. Tony --
BLOCK-SAVANNAHGA. q Jetlr. "There Is something wrong.. :
What Is it?"
----- "You shall know directly Marlon."
-- He took her left band in both his own and W. A. Livingston'sIS

looked at the flashing hoop of diamonds
CURIOSITIES OF WAR. The Tampa Times states that during
I he had placed there. "I have somethingto
the' 1895 about one and a quarter
After tbe great battle of Cannn 62,818 PALATKA tell you-something that will change HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN -
dead men were found on the field 1 millions of dollars were expended in the current of our lives. But before I tell. '
declare 1 building in that city. For a' place that yon I should like to be with you Just for
of war
without The quean consulting! England her ministers can !i shs I had less than 8000 inhabitants in 1890, half an hour, to enjoy, for one brief half fURNITURE AND HOUSE.FURNISHING GOODS
this is a good record. I hour more, the sight of your face, the
will BO to do. ... sound of your voice. My sweetheart, 1
It cost the government at Washington on the direct line want to live for a little while before the Handsome Oak Chamber Suits cheaper than has ever been acid n Palate
1146,543,880 to clothe the Federal army PINE TAR SYRUP darkness falls. May I?"
Hardware Stores, Tinware Glassware Lamps and Crockery at lowest
from 1801 So 1866 of travel between "I don't know what; It all means, but; ,
During tbe memorable siege of Sevastopol Quickly:cares Coughs and Colds. of coarse I am ready to do whatever' you prices.

the batterlee of tbe allied armies threw Peek's drug store, corner Second and wish, Tony." There was a pause presently In fact, you will find BARGAINS In any and everything YOU want, at any
upward of 40,000 tons of shot and shell Lemon streets New YorkAND and she touched his sleeve. and all times. .

Into the city. "Tony, your luggage Didn't you i'olite attention and satisfaction guaranteed.
At the battle of Ancterlits 170,000 men THE TATTLER. bring any?"

were engaged. At Waterloo 145.000 men ."No" be said slowly. "I am not; goingto GoiMtLemon and
ought, and of that number 60,000 were Miss Estelle Reel state superintendentof stay. You will understand when the Streets
lulled or wounded. education In Wyoming 1s seriously clock strikes."

One of the expense: Item of the late talked of for governor. HavanaJacksonville Will it never strike,Tony" The clock
art as shown by the books of the war Mrs. Coleman of Galcsville, Minn., answered the question for Itself.

j tment, Is tbe 197,031 which It cost celebrated her one hundredth birthday by "Lady Marlon Allardyce" he said, "I 'SCHEI: >ULE
capture Jefferson Davis joining the Presbyterian church. give you back your freedom. Recently I

The statement Issued by the treasuryibartment Mrs. Margaret Deland thinks "spelling ..VIA.... learned that I have no right to the name
on Jan. 1, 1880 gaTe figures Is a gift from heaven, and never to be cultivated I bear. Today the news was verified by -OF 'TIIE-
Wug that the total cost of the war of if you haven't at the start." cable. It is sufficient for you to know

18U-6 was exactly .6.189.g29.900. Mrs. Cbllton wife of the Texas senator, that my father was a carpenter In a colonial Beach & Miller
ftirke, in his "Letters on Natural HI.to .- Is a tall and strikingly handsome bru- village and that my name Is not Sir Line.

r\\" Bays that the three greatest battles nette a typical well bred southern womanof Anthony Elliot at all, but just Anthony
were th w fought by Sails In which 800- very domestic talteLMra. Tampa and Brown." I i
000 men were destroyed In each. Cb: ronea Estella Barnes of Southlngton has "Is that all?" she cried. "Is that; all? .
Is the only one of the three that he names. been elected state lecturer by the Connecticut You'frightened. me to death. I could not I Crescent.From .

The Samoan "war" of 1889 was the re- grange. She is the first woman in Key West imagine" what terrible thing had hap Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sundays!, Tues lays and Thursdays
salt of quarrel between a native and. Connecticut to hold the office. pened.
a German's nose was You don't seem to understand" he From Crescent City'at 7.30 a. m.. Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays.Excurslonlfrom .
\ German, In which the Mrs.Mercy Tborndike of Rockland. Me., '
broken. Inside of 24 hours Germany had has been a pilgrim here below for 63 years. Railway.A said. "I'm a pauper a nobody, a--a-
110,000for the depredations committed on times and Isn't permanently settled even A "Wsll are you any the less a gentlemanby Every
Instinct and education Are Friday.
German plantations the year before.-St. yon any
Louis BOW.Mrs. the less the man I love-the man of all Steamer STAR.From
Republic. old time .
Cleveland retains popularity
and others whom I have chosen to love, Donor
among. the women of Washington.The and obey t y I die? Would you refuse to Palatka dally at 2:30 p m., foi Drayton Island and waylandlnjrs.
other day she had 60 young girls to south If similar
marry me my history were to
\ luncheon to see the babies and hue a good J. ADAMS Agent.
wouldn't! Oh
about a girl Line yours course yon ,
"Wbenerer the women rave time. C1r Wharf foot of Lemon Street .
Tony, she added, breaking out Into
aad that she
mj she Js pretty It Is a sign The Comtesse de Paris has received the Throughthe smiles, "youyouidiotLondonNews. ,
Is not Globe. -------- --
Pntt1t-AtGhllOn confeirod -- --- -
Order of the Blenfaisance upon ------- ----
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The man who announce his engagement her by the Spanish government for her assistance
this year .U
position.-Cincinnati Commercial Ga- VHIlamaurlque. An Interesting test of the skill of bloodhounds St. George Hotel
,Mtte 1
Countess Tolstoi Is an enthusiast on the Heart FloridaAsk in man tracking through the
The WellenleV college { have offeredto moral destiny of the stage. She recently OF streets of a populous city, over toe and
go without'utter for a month If by presented a complete set of her husband's snow was given in Indianapolis in connection
that means tbjy OlIn raise money to sendto books to the actress who took the leading I' with a pet stock show. Four dogs CENTRAL ORANGE STREET.

the Armenians. Perhaps they may yet part In "The Power of Darkness." were entered In the test, Brandy and
carry their self avrtfloe to the point of goIng Mrs.Elizabeth Duane GUlenpleof Philadelphia Countess belonging to & U. Miller of Under Entire New Managenient.JA.S. .

star without chewing tf gum.-Washington I a great-granddaughter of Benja for Darlington; Prince, owned by Bowers &
Harris of Xoblesrllle. and Bright, who is G- .lL"E
A woman repr .ntatlve of the prees, I sev-, 'Tickets owned by W. S. Fields of Wheaton. .< P.rop'i..

Miss Isabel of W... Duty. has entered the sacred tbe day by giving her a purse of 119,000. via the J T- & K1W. Early in the morning Dr. Bell of Koko- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, CLtA.VED! and RE-FIJKNISHED In

precincts. tbe.jlI11el'7" at Washington I Mrs. Lease says: "I vain not agitating mo left Tomllnson ball and passed out net denartmem, making the accommodations: rat-class, and etrittoe
Heretoforeonu..i have been excluded :- unexceptionable.
suffrage any more. I am not holding myself Write the General and after walking through alleys and Electric lights, excellent and
from this fid,) of labor. There will Passenger streets be put on a pair of arctic overshoe sewerage pure water. HariDz been
to tbe ridicule and of ,
be tht4 up contempt klentiflM with IV i hotel bu-in"M for tear', the
iwn more of '1. She ha a right tot and continued his walk through the parks present management feel sure
>e there If she so ch\o6ot,-Chicago Inter don't the men believe as lii are calling some men of my brutes sbter because I Agent for Information. and on the streets frequented by pedestrians. .s1 pleasing; hw p*.rons. {y Rates, $1.50 and $:l.OO per day."

Oooaa. I women can't vote." On the line of march the doctor saw

Sarah Bernhardt inveighs against the \\V. 8. G a runaway train and, in connection with -' '-" -
wearing of diamonds arguing that they Coffin D.Ackely, the crowd, assisted in catching tbe horses.He : ; =
then returned the ball where the European Re
to 1r
I of l taurait.Lt4II.kIEJ
kill the be t expressions: the face, pet .
show was In progress. An hour later the
out the are of the uytto pale the ear iota Gag 1 Sajtri.tubn!. G1 Pusmtgw! AgoJACKSONVILLE.
dogs were placed on the trail and followedIt
4tLf'i and make the best teeth look like porcelain -
i i7 Ii t tld + I the Inferior like chalk. with comparative ease, except at the $ FURNISHED ROOMS
r. t nt point where the runaway was halted and '
Nellie M. Richardson, attorney at law "
\l one or two other places over which A:IDe.. e.aacI 11.00.
it t ,1 1; rK of Lincoln Xeb., was appointed by the
I there had been considerable travel, and >Ceats sad Trade-Jltrks obtained sad all Fat-II I
tea It a i ,.t Lincoln Commercial dab as a delegate to ass. t 7ar-n .g around which the crowd following the |estbnsina.wad.dedta MOOCKATC rets. Oysters, Chops and Steaks
ti e Nebraska Irrigation association at Sidbey. FEMALE until .. >OueOmceiSOnoertgU; ,8_. PIiTun Orner
dogs surged lSw. alnxMt Impassible
+ ttMure caw put% She U the first woman' In Nebraska PILLS. caaeeiir J&U'JA--tema tb.c
t. ce atat Regular )lealaeMU. Call soy chat
to break through. With unerring Instinct, re Iron Washington.Send y"e want
Ferry's Seed atualr : to receive this merited recognition.It Cfs."mI tint. .flI. however, the found the trail, model drawing. phobx. viih daeriptwo. > carnal
II7 Cw a.r.Uab..rnr & &, I dog again :V-DI1 fEB CD annot the
; d has been widely stated that the motherof '..... 1 1k.. daiee..+.reaary.rWorWmro.eQ it entire line VT sdnie' ,tl patemabla or mat,In.of''; city W"
1 InfltlbaNlltr ;a .... -.d .. ,followed steadily over the charge. veer .<*da*fall Mteat at second. CIUS. KU'PI'EIurnscu
late Alexandra Dumas
t-tilt?? the M. was a t.ytgr tteb" .
WAN.-.J7. which Dr. Ball had walked and bock to > A pMpMUT.awbcamatcats, wida. < f
1 pe'k ?". tf.d yf'.an. Jewess, but this is a mistake his mother .. =-..S..w.rt.Kattwr43..4' _'K / Tomlinsou ball, where they picked: him >* }i MM m UK U. S.sad loraga cocaine' swzo.jt '.,; M. ,,.,..,, Proprietor.C3TFOB
been Belgian and Catholic. p.hs. K ewe.. .. lieotJiW. J.iCA.SNOW&CO.f J.
tor a a. .Rows, having a Brussels in 1794 a and diedat _--.s to l- "",,, "'-' s by I....4r'abdnsChiuQollllartlka' out of a crowd of several hundred! people,
She was born at going Bp to him and indicating his identity -
Nenllly, a suburb of Paris, In 1S08. S by L. UrkiDg.-c1Dc1Dn Enquirer. j SALT-Atrood econd-nand
o j.. Pan? Orner.W.no.D.C.UCaligraph" Typewriter Will be sold
I 4 Sold by ACKERMiX Jb STEWAK1 .- at a bargain Talk with Burn

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I i The Georgia Southern and Florida The SOUTHERN RAILWAY has put

Try to preserve. uniform style in you Railway in addition to their famous I into operation the most elaborate and

'r1 ads of type It for will your even flay exclusive you to urn bay, and a font any :: SyrUp Pullman Buffet trains "Quick Step" complete schedule of Sleeping CarLines

1LP and Dixie Flier"have inaugurated the rl
newspaper will be glad to have you do It. ever operated between Florida

IrA'f Car signs and wall posters are about the fastest Pullman line in the South be- 'and the North. Both the East and the

wont merchant.forms of The advertising' for is the the retail bed The People's Friend. In use for fifty yeats. tween Macon and Tampa the route be I West are included In the service. Besides

medium If the ad. newspaper is changed frequently.A Cures Cough, Cold, Croup, Whooping Cough, ing Georgia Southern and Florida to the two Hoes running daily between -

l' r neat border improves the appearanceand Grippe, Bronchitis, Asthma and Lung Affections.DR. Jasper and Plant system toTampaIeav I i Jacksonville and New York via

r i any Increase advertisement the effectiveness Some of of the almost new BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywherefor ing daily at 11:23 p. m. arriving in '.t F. C. &; P., Southern Railway. and
Tampa 2:30 m. next afternoon
attractive and p. ; Pennsylvania Railway, the famous
borders are exceptionally only 25 cents. Refuse cheap substitutes.
cheap. returning, leave Tampa 10:15 a. m. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA IJMITBD

Special sale are frequently ridiculed, Chew UNCrs PLUG$.The Crest TtMece JUiMoU.10c.Dealers or BlaJ.Ac.Jhyer C*,Balto..iK. arriving iu Macon at 4 a. m. As the has been re-established. Thu is a

4 but there is no better plan for boomIng
names 01 its two Jacksonville Pullman
I solid vestibuled train ot mail
badness and working off "lazy" goods It baggage, ,
done three four timesa I cars have become household words, it and day coacbe. aDd drawingroom
if judiciously or The Southern liurallst says concern- COMO XOTES. express
year and genuine bargains are advertisedand desires to christen its new route with a I sleeping cars. It runs
JTr*.X P.Bell,O..atcatomle,Xc.... given.-7-Octavus Cohen. in? the effect of cold on orange trees: I
Correspondence Tlmes Herald. name that will be as appropriate and
wife of the editor of The Graphic, the leading : "A very considerable degree of colda without change leaving Jacksonvilleat

local paper of Miami county, writes UTTIE CUBA. degree that is at times liable to damage As the usual winter visitors have popular as its two sisters. Mr. G A. I 7 p. m. daily by the!! F. C. A. P. Rail-

"I ewe treuWrd with heart dleease I I mostly returned Como puts on a lively Macdonald General Passenger Agent, road, and reaching; Cincinnati next
for *U jean severe palpitations abort- I At the rate Spain is suppressing Cuba the fruit antl.'trees-seems necessary )Macon has therefore offered a pnze of
ness of breath together. with such *xtrcme the 20 years' war will not be In it.-Buffalo to bring out the best qualities of the appearance. There are several more ten dollars in gold for the most appropriate day at 7.43 p. m. This train has also a

Berrou n<**," that, a.t times I woaU News.' orange. An orange tree in the West expected very soon. name, bearing in mind thai the sleeping car,.from Jacksonville to St.

walk the floor nearly all night Weoorahed England Is not Laying Cuba. Shedoesn't India Islands below the frost line iq The jovial John A. McNab came in train passes the famous Snwanee river I Louis via Atlanta, Bumingham and
or .
the Best medical talent. get land thai way. It is not her on to-day's train and now it will be bv daylight. All that is necessary is to the
Holly direct
I I Springs, most route.
Thru maid there wws ...help f-tfte, I kind of "a bargain 'counter."-Chicago Florida.:reacbes no such stalwart cue send this clipping, giving name and
that I had organic disease of the bean for who shall catch the largest fish. Mr.Isou The SOUTHERN RAILWAY baa also
Inter Ocean. neither does it produce as fine a quali date of paper, together with the tame

which advertisement there was M in reme The r. Graphic I had read and! Whl.houlcl England want Cuba? There ty of fruit, 'as does the tree grown \U champion usual, so far behaving and address of one or more persons put on Sleeping: Car lines between

your is no gold on the island and before the landed a ten-pounder. 1 who expect to visit Florida this season, Tampa and Kansas City, and between
last tried one bottle the line. This has been
a year ago as a resort : along danger
war is over there will be very little of any Dr. Robert Smith has to Jacksonville ; to" : G. A. MACDOXALD,
Dr. MUttf Xnv for flee Heart, gone Jacksonville and Cincinnati, in con-
thing else.-Cincinnati Commercial Gazette discovered by those who have gone to G. P. A. G. s &F.BT.
valch convinced ma that there was true to look after the health of the ,
nection with the Plant System via
Jamaica and into Lee Dade Manatee Macon Ga.
merit in it. I took throe bottles each of the
Heart Cure and Centoratlra Nervine and They say there is but one sugar planta- and other counties in Florida, with a horses in that city. We wish him success J&rap. The Cincinnati train, with a

,nod I tion left standing; in Cuba. This kind of and hope the peeple there wi11patroniz'3 through sleeper lean! Jacksonville
It eomplftelit me. sheep on the Spanish taxgatberer la view of Bettering their condition, and 'Anglo Saxon" on the Situation. ,
revenge '
weD at ol bt. my heart beats regularly andI him as he deserves. daily at 11:30 m. and reaches Atlanta -
sweet, but will prove. costly by and b1.- who have come back into the 'orange p. ,
I Tlmet-Eerald.
have no more smothering spells. Editor
Boston Globe. The ladies of Como have had a large al 11:45:) a. m. the next day and
belt' satisfied to take the chances from ,
say to all who are sabering as I did J. F. seems to
Your correspondent
there's relief untold for them If they will the stump even to the work of quantity of sawdust placed on the side- Cincinnati at 7:0 a. m. the second day.

only give your remedies lost one trial" It Mar Do as Mu h for You. the first pro walks, which is a great improvement.The be in high ,glee over the prospect of The Kansas City car leaves Tampa at
tecting grcwth.
Dr. Eves that Heart the Cure ttnt la 1eOIi'i ponltlreraaranvee benefit. Mr. Fred Miller of Irving 111 year orange trees have passed the having a full Republican ticket in. the 8 a. m. (Jacksonville 6:20 p. m.), and

All drocflsu sell tat U. C bottles for 15,ort writes thaj 4be had a severe Kidney Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder winter fine shape so far, and several field for our next fall's election, and arrives in Kansas City aL 5:20: D. m.
will be prepaid. on reojipt: of price trouble for many tears, with severe that the best men of their party will be
by the Dr. lil. Medical Go. Elkhart, 1r.d.Dr.1iles' pains in his back and also that his bladder World's Fair Highest Medal and D aolll" growers are confident of a few oranges the second day, going via Atlanta, Sir-
... this with fair of put in nomination; now we know very and
\ Heart Cure was affected. IIe tried many so- season, a prospect miugham Memphis
called Kidney cures, but without any SIX WINTER EXCURSIONS TO quite a crop next year. well where the strength of the said This service gives the Southern Rail-

Restores Health good result. About a year ago he began JAMAICA. We are pleased: to hear that a minister party lies and who will be put in nomi- way four daily trains between Jacksonville

the use of Electric Bitters and has been appointed by the Methodist nation' in proof of which we have only Full and information Atlanta. regarding rates and

WEL1K.OTES.. found especially relief at adapted once. to Electric the cure Bittersis of al THE GREAT SUXLAND: OF THE WOBXD-' Conference for this place. The to refer to the time (only a few years schedules may be bad by addresnug

Rev. L D. Haines of Minecosa Fla. ago), when the said party had controlof W. D. ALLEN
Kidney and Liver troubles, and often One of the magnificent ships of &the ,
:almost relief. One trial the city of Palatka, and the carpet- Florida Passenger Agent.;
Correspondence gives instant Plant Steamship Line has been with his family, will occupy the parsonage
will statement. Price only appointed after the close of the J
our bazery
\VELAKA, February 17. prove ;' and we trust his stay among us soon war
50 cents for large bottle at Ackerman to leave Port Tampa at 4 p. m., and to South Carolina while under republican GrFOR SALE CuEAP.-A Phaeton,
will be alike and
We are baring one of &the best springsIn & Stewart's Drug Store. profitable to preacher
some years; plenty of rains and January 31st,February 14th and 28th, people. rule. To be forewarned is to this with office.new wheels and axie' Appi\2 at
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Rood'weather to prepare for our crops, and March 11th and 27th, atriving atMootego Fred. M. Vurgason is home to be forearmed. It is to be hoped that

and plows may be seen running in all For Sale Bay Jamaica, 6 a. m..January visit his parents after having been there is no Southern white man who

directions. That our home crops will Cheap 20th February 3d and 17th, and burned out at the mill in Palatka. has any respect for his forefathers or HENRY STRUNZ.

far exceed &that of the nast year is March 2d, 16th and 30th, arriving) Port Fred is a wide-awake young engineer, regard for his posterity (though he may ;

pretty certain. Many groves have been An old man who wants to be his own Tampa a. m. January 23d, and February -: and is bound to make his way in the have no regard for himself), who can COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

cut down and bnrned" and It makes administrator has 1,000 acres of land, 6th and 20tb, March 5th and: world. lIe talks of'going to Arkansas, be induced to vote a republican ticket, F
a beautiful home and about 500 live I for all know well that it is the r.u.ATJU NATIONAL BUt B nu>uio,
fine farming land, with& no fertilizers. 19th& and April 2d. where a position is offered him with& a we very
orange trees; located a little east of aim of tbd to the Successor to Josna II. BArrau3f"IIavinsi >.
Trains the republican party put
melons on Jamaica Railway
Irish potatoes, corn, etc., are Satsuma Bights Station. good salary. Q.

being planted, many have. sowed tobacco Somebody with a little money who I leave Montego Bay 10:3 a m, arriving : Southern& whites nnder the feet of the I

teed, with view of giving it a I i wants a home write or come and see at Spanishtown 4:30p m, and Kingston I L. F. Tilden, who has a large orange negro, though they have to put themselves resigned the office of StateAttorney
I 1 have resumed the
me. A. L. CIIATFIELD grove at the south end af Lake Apopka, in the in order to practice
same position
good trial and all seem to thtnlC't / e 5pm, returning will leave Kingston of law in all it* "mm.';'ei .

is good and quick money in it. It. is de20 _._ l Satauma Highls, Fla. 8am, Spanishtown 8Ya: ) m, arrive shipped 100 boxes of fruit a few days do so. I believe that any 'intelligent W. TI. WIGO.

ago. Many of the groves that came will with me that the 'time Office JS o. 1 Shelly Building -
well worth a good trial, and every MontegaBaj 2-30 p. m. The road negro agree 01lrosite

farmer should do bis best at it. Money Houses of all kindsto from Montego Bay to Kingston traverses i through the freeze with least damage for such a state of things has not yet Court house Palatka. Fla.

is getting scarcer daily and taxes ate Rent orfor sale. a beautiful mountainous coun-. are putting out blossom buds, and arrived, and they know very well that -

to be paid as well as other necessaries, try. A branch to Port Antonio is ex- in a short time will show a good bloom-. il is not for any love or esteem that the .S. J. HILBURN. J

'which takes only cash. Thos. H. Keating, pected to be finished in a short time, In some instances the blossoms are ful- slid party has for them that &they woulddo

A Tobacco Union has been organized Lemon .Street. when transportation facilities will extend ly. opened. &thus, but only to gratify a vindictive ATTORNEY AT LAW.

and it is hoped "will result in great to the division of &the Jamaica in New York hatred that they seem to hold and cherish I FLORIDA.
Gg"When Brooklyn or
Railway. Stop-overs between Montego &the Southern whites. What
good. PALATKA MARKTETS.ft call on JOHN J. LITTLE at &the "Bo- against Office! over OUCfoUooaJ Bank BoiUling,oppoIte .

The measels abound, and it is likelyIt within Bay& and limit Kingston of ticket.will be permitted hemian Cafe," at 916 Bergen street have the negro to complain of under Poet-Office.

will make a general sweep the latest rove rles-Wholesale. round tickets where you will find a full line ot fine &the rule of the Democratic party? All business entrusted to his cars will receive ,
Parties boldIng trip can
Corrected Weekly by Gay Bros, Corner Kirby Wines; Liquors, Beer, Cigars and : have the same rights and protection prompt atefJ Uon. !-M ttX.
victims being Guy Reynolds! and his and kirkland streets.Sugar remain over and return on any tnp indicated Tobacco. de7- They

Standard Fins Granulated.... Jai above under our laws that the white man
sister, Miss Ruby. It only seems to Extra "C"ftagar .,.... .... ...........6 ,
affect them a short time. Mr. Jonn l>ry BaIted Baton &11I....... ..... .. r.a. Children under twelve and over I bas, and seven-eighths of the benefits L. Purcell: ,
Baited Western Itelliek. three of will bt charged half
Dry alt years age
jreen's family were pretty much all Dry Baited Western Backs:::.::::;: 4't fare. Servants accompanying employers SAYS "GOOD OLD GRAMY MET CAUL" that they receive from taxes paid comes ATTORNEY
Lard compressed in tierces......... bM man's and if
down at once, and be tells of a case! of 50-ib tin....... two-thirds fare. I ant tj yearold and hare used about an of the out of the white purse,

black measels in his family. For particulars Sugar Cured Hams... ........ ... ...1. The rate of fare will be as follows: eon and lung, :.t':: I> Y been:Ui during the negro wishes to vote for their real And Counsellor at Law. opposite tH Court
llcniallams........... Tft I ay life; and for of the I will HWBBO.gywm .
ask Joe. hb-alders .............. 7 Port Tampa to MonU-eo! Bay Jamaica, I lay that 1 bar* never used any remedy eqmallo lnd true friends they will vote the
Corned Beef, is........ ........ ..... ..$L12s one way, 837.50; round trip, $70.00; Dr.Cell's Pine Tar Honey It fives quick andpermanent Practice In all Courts. fALATKA
We also hear of chicken pox in the .. .. ... ............ .... 2 10 Port to Kingston Jamaica relief grippe, as well as other cough -I Democratic ticket. V L.L aa-u;
Roast fI........ .............J,..110 Tampa one I We keep it In cur bouse all the tim and would not SAXON.Dr. .
surrounding ne hboihood. Nothinglike .. .. 1*.......... .... ......... 240 way $40{I(); round tri .. 87300 This be without it. ).(as, )I. A. )1 ETCALFE.South I ANGLO
going it while you are young and Floor Fancy Western.First Patents. 4J5 to 4.50 rate iucludes meals IInd l berth on steam I 7'b 4th Street Paducah, Ky.wy -- JOHN D. BLACKWtLL
Floor, Second Patents do do.. 3.W t*
be drne: with it. Kiee Carolina Good.. ................. 3'$ 504 ship. Price' Cream Baking Powder
.. Fancy .... .. .. ... ............... 44 t.o 1% Steamers of the Royal Mail Packet' World's Fair Highest Award. ATTORNEY LAW
The community is pleased to learn Batter, fancy Eautrrii Creamery...... :2: t.o26 Company are advertised to leave Kingston ,
Ube fler*>*i>evFllCr Am<>.\.St.). 10 to 17R7rvpFlorldipet BOOM le.CRILL BLOCK
that Mrs. E. C. Itumer is fast recovering gal... 3D ton on Tuesday, January 21st, aud : > Two dollars cents
from her severe illness, and will new CTadva-vedervrer Orleans Molasses ..&. ....Ilolnwa's ....?... 39 to 40 every Tuesday thereafter for liarba t for only a dollar an d twenty-five seventy. Read Over Po c-c8loe. U-19tl

soon be out. It also seems good to fee 8taa4ard XXX....Soda. 6 does, where connection is made for I THE TIMES-HERALD'S clubbing arrangement -
Lemon Crackers: ... ... I Wtnward Island ports as follows: St. .
the Word and Wor .
Mr Dallow beginning; to loot like himself \ zrT oapft..::.. I Vincent Grenada, Trinidad and Tat with R. W. & W. M. DAVIS,

after a couple of weeks. indtspo- A MM tod M txed Cfekea :.. SCoadBfted t>ago: : also for St. Lucia, Martinique, --'- ATTORNEYS AT

S'Ui'DMr MUk-Eaffto .... .... .. 7.050 Domiuica. Gaudeloupe, Antigue, Sl ) I LA\
Champion 4.70 to
*. Bell has returned to her home do do BellKrand......... 8.45 to Kilts, Nevis and St. Thomas, as well I
do do CluUleage..... .... JJWtod as Central American ports; and on I rlickmin-Kenneri Block Lemon S
in Michigan: much to the regret of A. Dime._ .......... ... *13toSS5 Friday, January 17tb and every alternate I I When Baby stele,we gave'her CaaterLtWhoa Palatka. Fla.
Cawed VeptUM** No.I Tom toe 85 to 1.M
thovo who became acquainted with bey. do X*. 2 Toe aWes........... SB to mtfo Friday thereafter for Colon Savl- i inifa she WM a ChOJ rite<*M for Cssteria.. --- -- --- -- -

A'l'!\ wish hera safe journey. No.2>Okra and Tomatoes St U. Carthagona and Port .Limon. : When she became Sites.ttare&ng to Ca t. ria.
do :No.2 Marrow J-eu....... 80 to 115 t E. : HASIELL!
The recent arrivals) are Mrs. Robert 4o No 2 Early June Peas.... l.mto 1JO For further information in regard to When she had Children,she gave them Casforia. .
do NoJ: Its ston Baked Beam the to reservations, etc., call on nearest Plant LA VV"YE
Packard and her sweet little fl>'e.nar do lluvS Button Brown Bread Ijft to address I !
... ... System Agent, or '
TsbleIr4slwtece-per twrreL. 1.400.
old daughter. nicely domiciled at Mr. RedOntaailAo ... ... LMUo "B. W. WREN, Office bet s: ;a.-m.to 5 p. m./ and
Yellow Otd0D6, baml.. 1.11 to .... f : .
C'. S J.ackard' The latter though per Pas. Traffic Manager,
ariy atoM r.eed.... .... ..._ laic ;i&. evening:; 6 lo8. *
forty walks about as though B.satr stebso. far seed. 1.6o bavannah.Ga. Office moved to second J next
rears street
past chin ;:fir seed.........:::::: IMOoMe fl. C MCFADDEN DR* BELL'S PINE: TAR HONEY.: Notice for Publication.
hi about and DO one can .. ... I door to Methodist Chn'rh. 1
was twenty, Cotaoleue. .11I tlna. .W Assistant General Pass. Agt AJNfIC"*ntn tkttry in tt*trtalmtml/*/l
Tomaooo Cicaanra,ETC. LARD omcK AT OAUCFSTIU.E FLA. IDecember. P.AL.\TIU. FLORID I j
blame him. Dike Clprfttt'.!!*...... .............f.3.65Pestf Savannah Ga. c.t l.sraedBr 4t cAi+ltrniUt.It .XI, -. f !
cur a** rti fuickif.
Mrs. Erwin of Pomona >ltai c.,201.... .... ..... M F M. JOLLY
Kids T .............. 21 to 30Amnr Absolutely harmless and pleasant take. It XTOTJCE
her parents for a few weeks, while Mr. .. .............. 30 Division Pass. Agent crts loose th.mucous and allows it to be spit off 1> following named make settler final hat Sled in notice of of CALHOMATTOfiiiE f
intention to
Peal of North Carolina,3: os .... ...... M Tampa Fla. vithout exertioa or uramragaad stops. cnoaiir her proof support BENJ. P.
< win tie nxSe before
Ei'win is absent on business. Dvke's Mictvres, J ox. .. ............ ao once: by healing the inflamed parts, gins TIJOC her claim Clerk and that .a4q proof
nsllIKirtkasaa..... .... ...... ...... UIfrntw and vitality to the respiratory organs and produce Circuit Court, st PaUtks. m. enFFBNL'AIIY
Mr. Csebits is the proud owner of a Lae *...... .... ............... 41ssjtjr" fro rJ MTMt If JMCrtMProf. a rnfwbuon fa which all the functions are awed > S. 1896, Harriet I.of kflBton.Harlem widow Fla.,
I Mla.ra.deceased.
tarter .. .. .. .. ... .\T.X. Peeks, with regularity and harmony. of Joseph I A Y//
N1 who
norm aud and justly """ n.aed.tu.dew ..
wagon very fur
on:* .. 35 nukes a specialty of Price sic. SOC.and Ji oo per bottle by aH drag( rid. 22, S. ths.of ( EY! AT A
so Sweei Net ..:.. .: .'.:.....:.. 30 Epilepsy, has without ti.rswsentupon receipt of pnc byT3X: L t. 5+c. =. Tp. 8,8 !
Clltsax ctabs .. .. ......... 39 Fet doubt treated and cured :w77=rZHVS KK. Cl, Sole Uaaoractann. she nanwa the foUo..IrltMMd. to prove
Numerous evenings are be tug spentat Thin Pounds. ........... ..... 43 I :S more cases than any PaJocah Ky her continuous rei lnre upon and cnltirutonf I ; -Ornc&. CBILL BLOCK. IrFei- flee
card playing, Mr. E Clark giving a Star..... .... ....... ... ..... ......... 40 i' BQCCCSS living: Physician is ; hu 'fl Teniaa.iaisand'" descriptive circular oa appfiLA'vE sid. M. F land, Link via of: Hirlen.O. W.,JTa Tarns D., of BokAanon liariem.Pbu Palatka.Florida. en fr
astonishing' _
Clipper Slt
recent card party where some twelve CMSb.Mt:::::::::::::::::::::.::::::: 40l W.bar heard of cases of Harlem FU::John Smith J, of M.harteis.1 BAR O,la-

>arl.... ." .......... .... 39hramraend of so years standing .
o* fifteen enjoyed themselves very St Lear :...... ......... a det -6w Rtgtoter.rr ROEAIHELP'SINFALLIBLE
Gold Dlttltol pleasantly) ; followed the next week ......... Pf'r CAM.... .... ............ ...

with a like party at Mr. Carson's Itn ttakiag lewder, 1.Ib:::::.....'.''..' :: i I
where a most enjoyable time was had. do do do '*-............. UI CureL A i 1V itt1i! rtf ijK r kf1T you t 7lA-04"0 ISltaattoo I IcJ'
t-am belI'.or Tarter stl r.n>........... I RHoretoo'.sBreaddoFts ..
that table did not ... tiq' d
It was claimed ore V REiM/EDIES/
atltioa ?
whose ,& ::: ...:. Waters 50 to 150 Pigs Daily.Govemedbygrara -sf
knew what the trump was or U toll
alnats:'::':. ::::::::::.:.: 14 tie of his absolute eve, free to any sufferers crop lykr ordinary _
deal it was more than half the time. fir :: .: .: : ii T who may send their P. 0.and Express address. i )redidn.s prepared from pre-f?*p 0'ofa P F

found a live part- ....... ......... .. ....... s We advise; any one wtshiar a cure to address : weight valve Xo sician of thuty years' fum "penenee.MEDIGIDES .
As usual, Buckeye fvcan ..........__...... ............. n rroLW.B.R2TZ.7.D..4 Cedar SU Hew Tor* .
nor and we proved to be invincible, )l1sed X. ................... 12: "pnn to nnt. No float t. Caltfonta Raisins.... ..._...........:L40t01SO Notice of Application for Final mud and Jet out tnvk of u. : Hast oar.si.ris U3I CERaR.emhrld'e
and stand for challenges from all t'4t&&aD"... ............ .... ...... ... 1* '. i i?; bt.doable- i Pnt. .
I fr iBita. IS ray rrtsxtsal sf t> I
I'an EnP-ORtedAl'rw...._....... edo Discharge.TOTICE !II uk PerferCaianh cure
corners. iV ApriOMS.......... UOrslB t' t. : I COMMERCIAL OLU6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY[ will ows Cauu rb 1Tioe,
owwt.veIy cs
their Cartant/. .'...... .. ........... 4ii toS% nEBXBv"c.ivtx leg i up- /r.rda M.-4.J by $).OO buttle. lacludn naLngReembeld'e
The are grinding THAT oxi It'f. per
republicans :.::::: w Ii not ;a 1-irM r_ er : ;: General I H.+. ACear
much Jn I M_!._ L4: mtl... eta t.oel.. conislrte Capllr Friw hbj0.noo4n
need be surprised Fertilisers. Etc onorbl.CCsmy PetnawyCounty. $1
scythe, and no one of Ba.incM Coin about SvO, incln-liai tuittoa. bocks> jtunw Bair B esurt W per
to find some of our offices filled Corrected Weekly by Vertrees A Co.old 3_T. FkmdA. for a nnI discharge* of foal executor- I a drinking anosi a aa>Siy.T7..rtU. and teats.Roemheld'e.
date will make of Telefrmpkv' bt. H.cut saccrwfal grsdaatM )theeuma
& K. W. Depot. hip and oa that returns a cuptohold and TeSs i tie
such Executrix at provided -b. ? bank 100 officials. Ne Vax.(t BV.HOW. ,
by them. Subject to market changes byyactmants a a lot of hot := TER CalTnity Wplom Liniment. Sore re

I hope our bright fellow correspondent (Vorn, Mixed per laCk US 1be.....9 10 to 88Jats. MAT1LPA A STEWART zfilthy water reJ-.;trdml MT gradab..-.hZ.&... ie..ee Iaw..n 1 rile, n 0 hell.per a
White,per sack m 1111I...... .. IJOtolJSIronnd Executrix of the last Will and Testament of before a fresh snpply comes down. .. i.rdwgist .-....... rtmtk.. o.z:.,. Reembel e Oda the ,
Fred. Dawkins, will let the Poor Feed, per sack: 100 lbe...... IJStoLaoreed Sarah B Wall.deceased Valve seat is in busty of water and acts ....lA e ass.'- ..........e."lov.mi Has BO equal for beat complealw
that Meal, per sack 100 fib......... Mto w E. E.1IASKELL: ,Attorney or Executrix. WILBUR R. SMITH LEXINGTON KY. Price,AO cents per L.Bick
Farm fact our .
drop. The very Pare Wheat Feed per sack 100 lbe.. L39to: .... August Ittb. IMS. aulft- m as a lock nut Can be set to water two el c-y knit,!4i tie rSJDiarrboea.
farms are all poor enough is ,sufficient Hay, Ne.1 Timothy.per ton... ..21JWto22JWiHteat pens at once, and can be attached to a
without& other convincing facts, that apoor Bran, per sack 175 Ibs.:.::.. 1.60 to .... tank or barrel in ten minutes. Works Price, a( soon pervaterfornxeeyee Bottle.
and but............. '.
I Grits Meal per 2JOM2JOto ,
farm would be a poor investment. .t Proof Oats, per bmh......... Solo .... LING WAR. accessfully in winter. M. lane Eye
Greenwood will soon be shipping Jest Patent wont per bbL..... .. 4J &0.... Retail price $3.0< We pay express. Thl1s i Price,24 cents per j above
Xttton Seed )Meal Brlrtt.pet sack. UOtol.UX Fountain sent to any address on trial. R lb
strawberries. His patch looks fine. >ucw Seed Meal, Dark,per sack... 80S ter.._ be remitted by .' -.... ....,. -- ILA__ .Ia I goazsOaetese y oj,loug Ingredients.
If &there are any expert checker players 7so.1 Linseed Meal ................. .... Price to express agentif .LeaM. Caira.w.. =- M. t
laving around victims aend ortCraent.per bbl. .. .... .... 2.73 to... FsFCfass l1llllIY satisfactory. It costs nothing to try. .e a..d I. Iced as .eraYM ELD &
for toeeadale inectper bbL...-..... 1 JO to to Send for one. Agents wanted in every -...-_. .-,..-...-..--Take-- I J. ROES CO.,
them up. There is a corner on the astir Farts ncr tit ......... XOO. ..... locality. Order through implement an..adt.r.re.a as erawe.r.i 14aA
board in town. A fellow got badly FRONT ST.,PALATKA, FLA. dealer or ....-...... .... .....--..--..,....554.. CNEt"IIST i CHICAOO, ILL.
beaten the other day. He was about ... .fT.wsri. 1-PwIrYkr t
Da M ea'if t.1A 8Bl1&ciD 8edachs First-class work guaranteed. STOCK FOUNTAIN CO., 'Co.oJI -,:
the size o!! Bccsrrz. b..iarreaat. Fin
A Work done on short notice. oc4 Lake City Iowa. .-- -- Fer Salt CItH DI1iIfm.r .

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TIMES-HERALD Pensacola News: To Senator Pasco
the fruit growers ot Flonda now looko Fr heed ke'signal

PUBLISHED SRIDA.YS. secure the passage by the senate of

Mr. Cooper's bill removing the restric-

THE TIMES-HERALD .CO.. Publisher tions which have hitherto preventedthe Registration ListOF Many persons take a variety of remedies and try many

distillation ot various Florida fruits. novel procedures to reduce their weight. We do not referto

That Mr. Pasco will aid the measure CITY OF l'ALTKA..LORIDA these. If you have been in fair health, with a normal

OFFICSt In next Dmnn's to Pod Building OOIce.PALATKA .Front Street! ,, lo pats need scarcely be said. amount of flesh, and :yet have been losing weight of late,

By order of the City Council of tbe City of Flitka there is sometlnng wrong. If there is an inherited ten-

THE COMMERCIAL will not oppose the following names hare been itnckei dency to weak lungs if cold hangs on or if are
; your
FEB. 21 189G.BUBSCRmox :you
FLA. any man for United States Senator ou ....- from the Registration List.
:: weak without losing color and exhausted
the ground of his being- connected directly Lyv appetite, easily ;

or matrimonially with the Baptist a D A Boyd WARD J N I.itlaekwell this loss of flesh is the signal of distress. Heed it,promptly
Cratehfield L J r&nora
MTOths 25 Cents or other church. If Jeema Robe
months 60 Out Three any
before know Geo L Fox J B FlTnnA. .
6nb! cnptk>ns doe In ad ranee.AS -upon you you It
Alexander should become a candidate, R Gravener R u r "ner
I is sure to be in the air we breathe, C J f V W HntchinsIt
our opposition would be based solely the water we drink. The of L Hier A B Hemingway
germ WJ Mffler
on his utter unfitness.-Leesburp Com- Consumption is everywhere present Thomas Murray P d.A Pratt
ceo L Pace S C "1M of Cod-liver Oil with to the
mercial. comes rescue
several weeks THE: TIUES-IIER- The germ begins to grow as soon ai W S Wallace Ernest WolfE ,

ALD has observed a controversy be- it reaches a IDeal pot in the body. C Winducb. because it supplies a peculiar food in a pleasant and easily

The Captain-Genaral_ of Cuba has Catarrh, Bronchitis, and a scrofulous WARD NO. 2. digested form. This oil has medicinal properties not foundin
tween the Baptist Witness a num- furnish W N Alburtoa Jesse E BnrU
modified the strictures of the censorship condition, W R Cross BenJ EDeal other fat while the have
ber of Florida newspapers. It is a germs any ; hypo hosphites sustainingand
in the matter of dispatches The way to fight these in B T Flowers T W Fisher
strange; controversy, for its subject press early-render the liver active and Capt H A Gray J M GardnerJ life-giving properties of their own. Don't let yourselfget
sent out from the island. It may be f Mil born H H HillR
matter strikes at the very root of purify the blood with Dr. Pierce'i Kurtz t.J UplleY thin. '
( that in the future we may get; news a W J Murphy C A McLarty
American liberty. It is strange because Golden Medical Discovery. Besides, (ho W McLarry O W Pratt .C -y eta and II*bettlw SCOTT BOWNB a.a ata. N.w Y."
little less absurd than one extraordi- it builds flesh.: W A Pratt W F Shelley
the implied charge is a false accusa- up healthy --
L A Smith Young
tion, and alms at the defeat ot a man of nary dispatch which told a few days It's guaranteed in all bronchial, WARD NO. S-
ago the story of a battle of three hours throat and lung affections
national repute-a man whose char- ; every H Broward R O Vrerard
desperate fighting, in which one Span form of scrofula, even Consumption H B Montmonin A Ford

.acter and ability are unquestioned.that ish cortxual was wounded. That must in its earlier stages. If the "Discovery J H M L Hart B L,W Hendrlrkaon Howell FOR THIRTY DAYS !
But the strongest part of it all is II E Lang P D IambS
have been a desperate battle Indeed. fails to benefit or cure, you
the charge should have been made by L LoW1'J' JC M MeLaIll7
have your money back. Ja Mesmer Philip NewportT
one who would do unto others disease W Strange A 8 WUlard
yourself against
Flondians have been wondering what Fortify .
a* he would have others do the
by making body germ-proof
particular ailment afflicted Senator R DeWitt A C Uamrick
unto .him 7 The author of this litUe then you will save yourself from J H Hanghton H Strum GRAND
Quay that he was compelled so often to N H Thomu G W M William
farce comedy Is Rev. J. C. Porter, clime. It has grip, malaria, and many ofhe J H Ambrose T B Anderson
seek this
editor of the Florida Baptist Witness; balmy passing diseases.It B P Calhoun O Heogereld
out that he was fishing for the
sacrificed is Hon. C.
the to be
person support of the Florida delegation at St. cures Catarrh in the A T Bangher J H Brooks
M. Cooper, representative in Congress ; I 8 K Child TDuaneE
Louis for his presidential boom. The Head perfectly and :E Elder J 0 LeConnt REMOVALSALE.
Florida District. permanently
from the Second N H Perkins T W Kile
The Witness opposes the election of. Pennsylvania boss'has been stung by Dr. Sage's Ca- FJ Smith W 0 Wolts
the presidential bee, and Florida is Robert Wallace M J Wlnemaa
:Mr. Cooper to the United States Senate! tarrh Remedy. .J A Neubeck.
relied to assist in applying the
and for what reasons? Lt it because he upon WARD NO. .:
only known remedy.It Henry Bryant W H Berry
has not made a faithful and infiaentia Butler
No better could be Amos J""E'
1 service performed; Cook "
member of Congress? No. Is it because -
would seem that there could be no in the public interest by the Frank Comstock: W A Clarke .
he has ever been found wantingin newspapersof RDilanter Deny Johnson
good reason why the resolution nowbefore Florida than by vigorously and persistently Jim LaRoche Alex Power
any one instance since his politics Congress recognizing the bel- P Patterson J H Pnllen
advocating the establishmentof H H Small W M shiver'
life began? No. Is it because some ligerency of the Cubans should not be canneries throughout the' entire Frank Bilay D W Wright

worthier son of Florida is to be brought It the fact WARD NO. ?.
adopted. merely recognizes State,tut particularly in the vegetable-
forward for the place? No. Well, we ,I that there is a state of war on the growing regions The Ayon Pdrk Idea T A W Bennett Buky Win Wm BecksJ Gumming Selling at a

will tell our readers the reason and island. Everybody has known the fact J E Hark J n Clarke
"With small
pertinently can
says : C M CordM C F Dennison
allow them to Indulge in a good laugh. for a long time, and official recognitionof neries, central cunnz! warehouses for .I M Donald .I T aDtorth
It Is became, as the Witness states, A Grainger J H Grainger
such a well known fact can work no tobacco, and other businesslike appliances B J Groom Win Harru
Mr. dooper is connected marriage Wm J W
by Hampton Hagan
harm to this And the sincere
country. for developinz the agricultural John C:Howard W G Holland Decrease Stock
with a leading Catholic family. It does Andrew Jackson Act Lee _
felt a
sympathy :for
resources .of the State, Florida could Lee Frank Letaon
Dot him because he is Catholicfor Ube
oppose a a boon which we ourselves prize so laugh at freezes and the commissionmen. Morrie C N Marrln
( he is not a Catholic) but because H L Miller Dan McCarthy
highly should find somefpublic expression. The spring at the I L PureeD L V Robinson
he is connected by marriage with a wastage every W H ROB T W Richardson prior to moving into my new quarters,
close of the shipping season for vege- Henry Small W A Stomp .... ,or.. -
that Is allied to that church.
A I Smith J C Stewart
The reason given by the Witness for Boss Platt, if Tammany is over- tables is enough, if utlrized, to' take the Wm Simpson 8 J Williams Chas.laylor Lemon Street, next ta Loeb's Shoe Store, I

opposing Mr. Cooper is just about as thrown in New York city, will succeed place of the orange crop. Florida Notice 1*hereby glen that the City Council ",

weighty as those' Athenians gave who to the honor now. so unblushly worn farmers and orange-growers have developed will 1896.for meet the on purpose the THIRD of hearing DAY any OF party MARCH.who will sell all GROCERIES ,t

voted to banish Aristedes because, as by ex-Boss Croker. Plait's reputationfor enough energy this; year to desires his name to be restored to the list the
same baring been erroneously stricken 8ff.
render themselves of the
they slated, they'were tired of hearing political corruption is seen in the independent By order of the City Council

him called "The Just. If the Witness well nigh universal belief that his putting Norther hay and corn fields., ... other February.1896. K. IL COOPER.city Clerk.: GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

year ought to develop enough business i .
had said that it opposed Mr. up Governor Morton for the Republican '

Cooper because its editor was tired of nomination for the presidency ability,..,among .jtbeja, to>. make Who .is Bemis? T
them of Northern : .. ,
independent can '
is but a blind to enable him to II.'
hearing him called a just and good representative '
neries. The picttIf *. on the
would have have an equivalent for a grand deal at gorgeous

been as logical, the argument as that which it has St. Louis, by which he can deliver the cans that line the shelves of
strength of his candidate in return for grocers give the stores"a picturesque Show Royal Baking Powder
brought If our memory serves us right one the secretaryship of the treasury in the ippetrande, but tell a dismal story of superior to all others. tunty to buy the best goods at bottom prices.

of the principles upon which the cue- cabinet of the successful candidate. waste and lost opportunities""*

cess of thu republic has been estab- There has bean wide spread Interestin zen. !Miss KATE LUCAS.MILLINERY Walter Thomas.

lished is the exercise of civil and religious .
the work of the Chicago Woman'sEducational

liberty by the people. This Union in relation to the The Only

liberty Is vouchsafed to one by
of selection of I.
reparation a readings SL Geom Hotel.
the constitution. Therefore when the Republican Contention.
Great and thoroughly
from Bible reliable
|Ithe for public schools. I
Witness elects to defeat a citizen for a medicine I The Repcblicans of Putnam county This season has not been a prosperous -
Allowing the suggestions of the late building-up ,
\public office because the religious tonic vitalizer and assembled at the Court House yester one for hotel keepers, but the St.
Professor Swing, they have been work nerve ,
views of a family to whom he U connected And Fancy Goods. day morning:; in convention. I. L. Purcell George; continues to have a good
for thi two with the
tog past years
!>y marriage do not coincide was elected chairman and J. IL house, and Its genial landlord has con-
counsel of the committee which he suggested > Blood
with its own, lit contributes just that Has in stock an elegant and diversified Shelley secretary, Nearly all the pre tinued faith in the business, and says

much poor logic and false reasoning to composed of representativemen line of ail goods pertaining to cinch of the county were represented.The that he is determined to make the St.
various religious bodies. Their Purifier : the Millinery Business. George still more popular.
incite denominational prejudice as well following were selected deje-#
work is soon to be published by Scott, assortment
as to destroy the religious liberty to STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM- gate to the State Convention which'meets Another destructive fire occurred at
'oreeman & Co.,of Chicago.If Before the people today.'and t -
which reference has been made. Even'Mr. BKOIDEKIED MLKS. at Tallahassee March 4, fqr the West Palm Beach Wednesday more

Cooper himself were a Catholic, strict attention to business and a which stands preeminentlyabove Experienced Northern Trimmer in purpose of nominating delegates to the ing. Loss, 40,000, with only $6,000
all other medicines
charge Trimming Department nol '
furnish no good reason why conscientious discharge of duty in the National Convention: insurance.

not be elected to the Senate. position of member of the House of D.M. Kirby.Geo. Gay, I. L. Purcell,
HOOD'SSarsaparilla NOTICE.u. Who is Bemis?
have the tame righflo per Representatives, is any argument why James LaRoche, Mr. Rowley, J. J.

( friends to elevate} him to this Mr. Cooper should be a formidable 8.Lain Omcx,UAIXXSTUXK.January! 27, 1496.J'L..o } Daniels, A. Griffin Albert Browning, the Parisian ton.

hh station as would a Baptist, a Pres- competitor for the position of Senator /1OMFLAIXT HAVING Itu:. ENTERED The convention was largely attended serial artist, will after the 1st of March
VJ at this office by WILLIAM H. BBTAX against
Jerian, a Melhedist or a member of from Florida, other candidates and Hezeklah B. Drawdy for abandoning! Homestead ?:and was orderly and harmoniousin occuny the store on Lemon street,
It has its hold the Entry Xo.22.189. dated December 24 1891!
another denomination. As matter their friends well look his won upon its .
a may upon noon the sw>'4. sw>4 Section 2, nw>,4, nwV..Sec. proceedings.411drucrlst next to Harry Stewart's drug store. It
*jfact, Mr. Cooper's father was a rowing popularity with alar.a. It hearts'of the people by its 11. and neV4 ne',;. Section 10. Township 9. 8. first-
) R.23 E,in Putnam 101lUt,. .')a., with a new to elIe tiller Aerrw Plasters is Albert's intention to fit up a
-dist minister, his brother Mr. may be early in the season to begin to own absolute intrinsic merit the cancellation of said entry the aid: parties class establishment with all convenience

Joh.v. Cooper, of Jacksonville, is notn' choose a Senator, but in the opinion of It is not what we say, but are Tille.hereby FU., before summoned John Harvey to appear S. P at, on Banner-MONDAY Florida formal College. *.

!/!;member of that church, but fie THE TIES-nERA.LD, it is never too what Hood's Sarsaparilladoes .. nv,,the respond{ 9th day of and MARCH.furnish ISM testimony at 10 o'clock eoncernlng We are in receipt of a neat folder .

is active and consistent church early for the party to begin the canvass''' that tells the storyHood's :- will be considered aid alleged at abandonment.this office, MARCH The cane 27, calling attention to the superior ad- The Ideal Panacea

wor non. C. M. Cooper is a "If the claims of its leading men in 1896./ J. M. BARCO. vantages of this popular school. Its Jas T*. Francis, Alderman, Chicago

c; l pf in whose composition the order to choose the best It has been Cures : fe7-td Kegteter. location at White Springs is certainlya says: .'! regard Dr-JKlnz'a New Discovery

: A human kindness" largely: pre too much the habit in the part towait i NOTICE fortunate one. The school under its as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs

,0 >l,a, and this ought to be sum- : till its trading; politicians have Even when all other preparations present management has been greatly Colds and Lung Complaints, having

dent. a of the ablest men that ever I orestalled! all possibility of an intelligent ad prescriptions fail U. s.ttarrD| Orncc January AT OAnrnrrLLK 27. la96.COMPLAINT FLA.J ImprtneJ by the adoption of wise used it in my family for the last five

repress d lauy state d the Union inthe and honest choice. I M I hte been afflicted for over twenty IIAVINO BEEN ENTERED methods of instruction and the establishment years, to the exclusion of physicians

Felsnatat w.1 yean with a very sore limb ceased by by WILLIAM II. BETAS ."'
,IOQ. Cb31l. of or other preparationsRev.
w. against Andrew J. Drawdv fur abandoning hisHomestead numerous departments, prescriptions
Jones' 0 ""'iorida. lie was an Irish 1'.1&tkavo:1ld be a grand place for a i bad blood. I begin taking flood'sSarsaparilla Entry No.20, 71,dated December 13. which places the school In the front John Burgos, KeokuV, Iowa
,c, Thc.in of vegetablesis and hare been getting IS" spun the e% Per.. Section 3, Tuwnshlii. writes: "I have been a minister of the
\d it waSMevereveu" hinted cannery. better ever since and can truly MT S. Range 23 Ii:. in Putnam County. Ha with a rank a modern institution of jearn for :50
'I I
hat the aI view to the cancellation of said entry, the said Methodist Episcopal Church
cinitions would be
e of other church tieuorai, fiiit iucres-iu;;, U I that it is the best medicine that I hartever parties are hereby sanmoned to appear at ing The school is now provided with yean or more and hive never found

sa because of hie religiousviews. : boon to the Whole! couuty were a tannery seen." A&KIUCA KlTCHItro, I on ItonnerTtUe.MONDAY FU., the.9th before dsy of John MARCH.Harrey.IIJ9II.N.at P 10. literary, commercial, law, music and anything; o beneficial, or that pave me

established at Pulatka. More vegetables White Pond,South Carolina. o'clock a.m.. to IftpoDcI aDd tarnish testimony departments. Our readers *vho con uch speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Bit: Tu wou'd Uj raised it pus.b; cimcerntnK:said alleged abandonment. Thecae Discove-y." TrY this Ideal Cough
J-IERALD did office MARCH 27.1836. their children
UIb Dot will be considered at this template sending to a
ititrt out W Get HOOD'SHood's J. M. BAWX Remedy now. Trial Bottle free at
iuto I
have them sbtpe to pre
to put
1 the reUuv., nnwMethodic fe7-td 1tristtr school of high grade should write to Ackerman& Stewart' Drug Store.
of Catholktul encd for u'e during the winter. If I
Jerome White Fla.
Baptists I J. Weity Springs,
ike.bytenanmembers mower could lake his surplus! crop Pills a w' ists. .
any or
other ESTATE
.of I IN mi: MATTER or THE
deuomloalio regards their fitneea of sweet corn, tomatoes, or other veg- S.1kCHILDS.PIAN WILLIAM II. SPECK, DECIASED.

to bold bt e'Ablea, and by the payment of a toll FOR SALE.
: and we del not It PERSONS: HOLDING CLAIMS aza:-W
len I ,h to I i ric .ive back the lutauce- in canned iTHoosands Women] /\. UM mate of WILUAX M *r.. a. deceasedare ,
oiiWa .b- 41lhi" ,
hens T notified to present the same t muas
matter, fur th no occasion to beWitGeM' fhape, moat would avail tbemelvee of One of the most desirable OFORTES SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES. I' Adtninl.tratria. vitttia the Um pmertned'
law, and an indebted laW estate
so. The ')11 if the rsuWuhmrnl by (*r on* to
of the Baptist the portunhr.nd are reqalred.by Otis notice to stake immediate
to 1 j wouM in addition cat for market Places in Put- And ORGANS.PIA [BRADFIELD'SREGULATOR pa.meat of the.*ox to my sawn CHAEIJB J
>per !K CJIU- he IBtge kouHM>, al hU otfliee.U I Iatka.rtortdaMAKY. .
t'oorMtt. ,] tl 1ft there would be found many KfUWf'fshMl JUSKmiMK: Kl'iXK
with a leading TUNING A GREAT SPECIALTY FEl'\f\LE AiimlnlotrurnzBKM .
ClhoUtaiuily; sheer uon seo" :. I :: to raise: and furnish to a home nam County. P CALMMnr,.Att< The poJk.ot tnticnlar lice. 1506.Grove -
all the nh.ca; couldbe ,
market vegetable
t&Utq m thin viihat nient to Railroad and
is *o ut Mr. CHILD5 was traveling salesman
dtc8ocH itl j worked Bit.; The mal keL for theca ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
and fur twenty han for P. P.
doe not warrant ,then of ilondauspecU! I _ted: produ- in Flornlji alou-j itbnaklb River. W>nein tuner* great Soo.bern mUSH house [Bj Sensing b HjaHbj AcSoa: aQ her Crgns. for Sale

in giving: it a I'ICO jadgmg from the Wirleiu madea
__ bL I a geed our, gorgeous Residence of New Orleans. M' It causes health to bloom and
of theshelvba! of our public assertion that Mr. Childs was
Cuban I tuner in the city of New >joy to reign throughout the frame.< *
po best rlano
Thirty 1\1 grocery stores.Inlpaverished. the
JMK with modern OKANGE
IntnurDy, b,- orde Oi leans. I... U Never Falls to ftepulate.Yc .J
GeD.ryler, Mr. CIlILDS(rkres; the .best and ACRES of LAND, within two murt
ks the bet ion'!t, the ., Wood cause that tired ments. cheapest Pianos ever sold in the Sooih. wife Nrtmnestof lead.
new caminu = .
inCuba.. C., .: 'J re-I I feeltta Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies: \11 orders can be left at Coch ne'sj I [lag .%y 4cUui thru lK>ltl-years. .of. w'trnetbeneat.Ateru.tee BKADriKUTi jfPalatka. VTiR sell for on..Lhad
< .
for theee ma enriches and vitalizes the btooJ and For full particulars book store or may be sent .brou.b the .Keaana tKMAL,"stllldnf MMCLATUR.5.ens 5.14 w .bint.- dok.ro. original value. _
y recoent>uug > N.8.BKTAX.Ucwtertos.'Ala.

ence of war ba. Nobodytaliating. I gives vigor and vitality.! address J.: R., care this postoffire.Residence: First street second door !BBlOnCtD EtCrilTOB CO.,lUaata.f.a.' J For particulars address

Mateo if he L.pies out his PowderWwIoS" from McLartT'a store. a.U.J ingst t.a& nDO,"hens.t P. O. Box.W. Palitka, Fla

y Dr. Price's Cream Baking office. p TLFL..L.. ,
FaIr tUebest Award.

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Tlmee-llerald. : Undee Cri'mlnjS 6eun of B.cord-W. II As cheap 8.5-

DuAYToa Feb. 11. Sa-vannah. Ga, 'wigs .

In spite of last week' storm, Dray- -- I' County Holicitw-B P.Ct'tonn.
CVrk-. X lU ctw B.
ton Island is her tame old Bunny self. 1870. Jade.Ctraatjr Cottft-M. I.C: xeCoaMtv CleanlinessIs

.Afar M Ninible knows, no damage THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSEof f CoMMiNtoMen W. TlH>mi on,, I

was done by the prison-breaking winds .. ruainuM; S..r. XWMMTly. C. II Gi ebrlat,John

greater than, the breaking off.of a few the SOUTH Hancock John Han J. The Board meet the the new way of putting the expression, now that modern '
flnt Thursday ia each
thought, effort and enterprise have made it so easy to be clean.
orange sprouts. Clerk Ctmdt Coart Joeepb Price
The Times-Union's correspondent! at PIANO besides the other renowned makes, which we handle twice Tean? ghertffWnfcii W.HgitCooaty Since the

Webb was alarmed tor fear the ommvenws Do you know that we have our own Factory m New York, employ ou OaIeet..r-Prank B. L UttmthalCanty C. Btonofcard.CtwM .
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Lake George bad devoured I own skilled workmen, and can give you a BETTEtt. VALUE FOB YOU A .,o*-W.M.Wilaaale.Sapenieor GOLD DUST

t the Stat and kft no splinter to tell the MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE? of Registration II.. rryday. .
BATES PIANO and cheerfully Invite
We .refer to the LUDDEN & ,
tale, but she rode safely at her .
I somnarison. Dr. E. 8. CrlD Chairman' John It. Green,
here all day Thursday, and Friday reported We are proud of the Piano that bear our name. You will be proud and< H.J.FowJer. Tbo W. Ralph, Secretary Washing Powder _

herself to the: public In the bestof pleased to possess one.EASIEST. Superintendent Board of PuMfe Instruction
health and spirits. TERMS. LOWEST PRICES. Thos. W. Ralph. It is not only possible to keep a houseclean y' 4 R

Nimble very thoughtlessly "went to ,Jacksonville Branch OEO. E. BRADNACK, CITY OFFCERS. but with its help this can be done r 4Qr r
Mayor-Benj.J.Grooms. the housekeeper working herself
town" last week and as he wishedto 16 W. Baj et. Manager without
City Clerk-K. II. Cooper.:
CHAS. E. KOWTON. Sole Agent forJPalatka.; todeath. Alarge package of GOLD DUST
to be AJMMOT Peter Gardn
tee everything,: there was seen ,
costs only 25 cents. When you buy look
Oslieetor-Dr. B. E. Morgan. '
while! there he ventured to into
peep "
Treasmrer-O org e Weller. out that it is GOLD.DUST. You will 'I;.
the door of THE Tniis-IlERALD office Chief oll'ohee.J..Tru man. be all right if thepackage is like this ,

But alas, for his curiosity and adventurous ALTER A. WOOD Chief Fire Del&rtmell\-Chaa.E.E.Row ton. Sold everywhere. Made only by V, G

rpiritl The editor ,spied him GEM CITY GUARDS. THE N. K. FAIRBANK con PAN ,

and swooped down upon him. The TUBULAR STEEL MOWER. Company C,Fourth Battalion F. 8.T. CHICAGO ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK; BOSTON PHILADELPHIA.

t poor little Brownie was too frightenedto H. M.UKSIONTrfOLLTX, OapUIn. yytfifswffi-f ffififSii fJfsvifS
." run, aDd he couldn't crow any
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smaller, even under the fierce glances BENEVOLENT OTHER SOCIETIES. --

; t>f those "cold, blue eyes," so he just 1 MAOw JC.

" ',tid to tale tb. lecture which was im- prk Palatka Lodge' N*.34. F. nit A. M.-MeeU The Little Putnam Saloon.

\. '. indiateiy forlhc(ming on the:iubject at First 7 JO, and o'clock.Third Monday -nights in the month

of neglected business and .lack of WALTER THOMAS W.M.

. jicfghboibood items. He waa old that LOUIS FALK, Secretary. .,vim,.

.'ii he could cot find any news be mustmake : i Pntnam'Chapter,Xo 9, R. A. M_Meets Second Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH

it," so here goes. '' .: and Fourth Monday Mghts. .
'Once) a time"! a farmer: moved"from
Bppp .
. tne Iroien shores of. Michigan to TIIEO ANDERSON,Secretary. All tho Latest and Most Improved liar Fixtures.

the "fcQ 3M dills of Georgia." Among Conn..of R.A S. Mn Palatka So. ft-MeeU
fourth Wednesday In each meat!. \ A Finely Assorted Stock of
" blsothejrjarei and penates he brought 11:. E. lfASKELLT.L U.M.

along an ancient family mule,which he W. P. ANDERSON,Ree Wines, Whiskies, Beer' Domestic and Imported CI;us. Tobaccos El:., Etc
to .
turned l \Ab.l, the f astur6 enjoysgleenoftage.

The farmer proceededto Sr. Kt E.E.HASKELL,E. C. O ..J3:. lEEEHESREER-S., 3Pl2OF.:

raifframl store in granaiies. aq immense Sr. Kt.T.B. AXDERSOX,Recorder.
childreii ] Lemon Street Pulallm Fla
crop of pop- 1n. Some Order of the Eastern Star Meet! third and *
the barn fourth Thursday of each month.
set on
in their sport,
fire and the beat was so great theft MAUDE V. McKENZIE Secreiary.AH .
of above in Masonic IlaQ. corner Lemon
corn stoMdso: near began ,tor "pop. ''Perfected'for 1895, continues to lend nil other makes and Front Ureeta. Florida Contra! 'andPoinsnIar RailroadShort

It swelled And grew until'It burst Us for strength, durability, lightness of draft and case of. I. O. O. ".

confining walls and spread over the management. L Pioneer Lodge,No.2\L O.O.F. -Meets every

adjacent ground, ;piling? pp shoulder This Slowcr' is culmination of over W years'experienced Tuesday night. L C. STEPHEN,N.O, Line Between Florida and all Northern

high about the astonished old mule ; T.W.RALPH, Secretary
Scud for Catalogue. Member! of the Fraternity when rteitiog the Points.
it'' resembled .
He knew 6f 'nothing
city are invited to meet with tu.KXIGHT9 .
-cept snow, so he decided he was lack ,. VERTREES"&ECO. '
from to
an Michigan> and immediately :
General' Agents Palatka, Fla. Lodge No. ZT67-Meets First and
dt th. Third Wednesday of the mocth. ,

This story has a moral but Nimble W. II WARREN, Dictator.J. .
it out. It is not
Is not going to point
VERTREES & CO. } Everett)Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville Ifltfevtifo ClMteaaU, Chicago
.original, but eminating from an extremely OF P. Everett: Birmingham, Holly Springs,:Memphis,star.ltk. Kansas Clty.a L >U rbieago,
clever and reliable visitor to .' .. St.Johns;Xodge No.8, K.of P -MeeU every SlonxClty.: '.
Ibis '.It WHOLESALE DEALERS 1N- Thur, ,(l y Ni,.htC.. J. BOLINGER. C. C. River Junction.rensacnU. Mobile."'Orleans,Texaa.3)txico.California and raciflo CowU
our shores; notwithstanding. ... '
.bass decidedly"fishj"vflavor. Grain Flour Meal and Grits Uniform Rank K.of P. Xo-4-Meets for drill EFFECTIVE JANUARY, 1896. .
Hay and Fourth' ,at
Among bona fide items, Mf.' Uvasnana every Armory. Wednesday nights NEWYORK LIMITED and .

of the U. S. Fish Commission, A. C. HAMRICK.Sr. Kt. Captain.W. .. NEW' YORK FAST MAIL '
...... short visit to friends on the FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER L. RILES,Sr. Kt. L+ent.
spade a
Leave Jacksonville II-00 a. m. & 6.50 o m
Island recently. Orange Box Material.Palatka, Fla. IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. er.r "O,

few daysIn General for Tedders v Hay Rakes, Binders{ and Mater, OKMHrMnec: :TRIBE:,No. ilk Prophet, C. L i& w. dally,with Tbroafh Pullman Sleeper for
Miss Annie Wright spent a Gr 4lsQ.. Agents Rowton D. Uchleitner, Lnnig, a' .. Krerett Savannah Colombia,Washington Bal
% leairs 7 je21.tf ; Wjunr; .1 timore. Philadelphia, New York,lfc>too and all
the of Senior Sacamur* Jeff Hagan Sara-
town last week as guest t ...... more; W.8.Nnirent.; Chief of Records; Henry S' zv$ Eastern point Arrive Jackaonvlll fl.43 a. a.
John Q. TUghman and on her return Merwin Keeper of \\ampmn. s t ..r ONLY LINE TIIROUOII'THE BEAUTIFUL
Meet first four Monday nights In each month. / HILL COUNTRY OF MIDDLE FLORIDA,
Was .
by her friend, WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS. t4 P F
vas accompanied Bucklen's Arnica Salve.! 1 Visiting: brethren cordiillr Inrited attend. / +. s PiLNSylUOLA and ESCAMBIA BAT.
Dakln. Miss Dakin has rAanj; Proprietors P. P. P. : r '
*. Florence ; The Best Salve m the world for Cuts,, G. A.It : Leave Jacksonville i 9.25 a. m.
friends in this neighborhood, It becomes my dqty to add my. esti- F f
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Veteran Poet No.12, Department of Florida For Lake Cltr. Lire Oak. Madison Montlcello,
; who are charmed to see her once-more. montal to the wonderful curative properties Ments the third and fourth Thursday nights :' : T. laha8_. Hirer Juactton, PenaaooU, Mobil,
Fever bores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Ito
Irs. Rehberg made a short visit tcMrs. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- of 1'. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Post Room.in second story L. FOX.CriU's Commander.hlock. P New Orleans,
Barton in the Gem City last week .Ions,and positively cures Piles, or no Root and Potassium ). Some years agoI W.8.XUGEXT.Adjutant. e CL 0 Pacific and the ooaat.Southwest Carrie, Mexico bleei.er.California Arrives and Jacksonville the
Mrs. Tllgbman, with her twochil( pay required. It is guaranteed to give bruised my ankle on my saddle etir. of a eve' v I p 7.30a.m. I

dren, has been vp for a visit to the Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded rup; from a little scratch the place began The World's Fair Tc." Leave Jacksonville' 45 .. m
price 25 cents per box. For sale by V x l J'10 o I 'v t > For t\tartf', Hawthorne Mirer ftfrriain. Ocala
home f lkl. Ackerman & Stewart druggists. to enlarge until it was as large as showed baking powtfc t,',', s. a 'y Gainesville Cedar Key, WUdwli d. Leeoborff.Tarare .
no t.
*,A pooka,Orlando,Lacoochee.! Dad.Ch,
Mr. of the hunters why the of band discharging pus,
Bray, one palm my In leavening b a a PlantCit iTaapa. Arrtt.Jacksonviilewp.m.
have been here several weeks, has exposing part of the bone. I called to soe: or so great a
been quite sick, daring which time hewn see physicians, and tbcy pronounced it power as : Leave JacksonvKe 7.00 om..

domiciled at Dr. Pettlt's. .Quickly cares Coughs and Colds as a fever sore, and incurable. It be- )1s,or the :'a. ,4a.u Via Macon AUan Chatttnooga

.Mr. Van Gaasbek, wh6 spent a great Peek's Drug Store, corner Second and came so painful, and swollen so badlv'that PINE TAR SYRU'PQalcklv tORtDA CEKTRd1 ,,. ,y, ... Connects, toe Na hTUe. Lootarlil. Chlfn -
asd and aB pnfvu Krtk and West. Arrive
part of last inter on the Island it I tried bandage! for relief until I secured cures Cwajbs and Colds rtshsuuR: E.g. < AckionTlfle ale a.m.
back among us, accompanied this tim streets a rubber supporter; after securing Peek's drug ,tore. corner Second and and Connections. ..&%. -

by his sister, which leads us to suppose the rubber supporter for temporary relief I Lemon streets. ---i graarr w""ii.,-'' Holly Springs, Route-ST. LOUIS KANSAS

tbVhe found our Island most pleasant. Wanted--Boarders I I began to use internal remedies, 11.... ..aaa.S... CITY, CHICAGO.

Learned and her little son have trying several different kinds without
Pour male boarders; one of the finest
been visit to Dr. LearaeU'siamlljat locations the State. Modern built any apparent relief. I resoVed! to try E. WIHDIS! H LKATK JACKBOXTIM.K: 70 p. m. rU Mason, Atlanta >BtrmMclum. Holly f fllpnapII..JIb'
OQ a in .
'i.Sj tacfietd. Ha *a* Uty St., louts CfeMago, fckwx Ctty. Filly see CMDC IOdCMcafo. I
rom nL city house, with all conveniences; bathroom P. 1'. P., which I did. After using one -DEALERIN- |t'- Low u Arrl eJack onTjU*'.43a.m. '

Captain Suange has bidden farewell ,etc; use of horse and wagon. bottle the result was such I continued 6.40 .-LoeoaJ for Hirer Jinctlon and Intermediate point Arrive Jacksonville 3.M p. m
Inquire at this oflle. ja31 nni lithe sixth bottle was used, when FOREIGN AKD'; DOMESTIC FRUJS-. p Jaek..ftU
tohfifrVnds here and gone to ek k 7-30 p"m--For Tampa and(Intermediate paint FoBman Bkeiiera. ArrtM
rubber was not further :
my supporter (I.30
"fresh flVds and pasture new.*' The E. C. KELLeY required, as the sore was completely TOBACCO. CIOAIIS. .For MAOOX and ATLJLVTA TWO TRAINS DA LT. LeaveJaksoa.......amLTno...a

genial at\ jolly Captain has been here healed and swelling entirely ,one. to I Candy | Confections. i Pullman Sleepers o i all Night Trains .

for twdviA and in that time ha!; -SIGN OF therefore take pleasure in saying
year the public generally that it is my belief Orangesin any quantity packed and shipped on Send for Bert Indexed lown Mo Map.t FlerMa to
nunVous .friends who will regret -
made from acttnl experience, that the k abort notice. N'. S. 'KNNlNGnX.Tr( M,a.cer. A. .>. MICDOXELC O.n. P.\c.
his departure exceedingly. How The Big Coffee Pot ]! use of P. P. p., if properly persistedin The celebrated Indian River Ptneapplwj an

ever, we wjsh him all success in his will cure any case of impure bloodor Ugnanason hand. '

blood poisoning Respectfully, AH goods.rranted; fresh sad.o UldI
new surroundings. A Full and Complete Line of I
TKOF. B. F. HICKEV Postmaster
Our peopl are all busy, working STOVES LIGHT HARDWARE and Falls Texas.I E. "WINDISCH. 'whom it may Concern-
Wichita ,
bravely on, some' at one thing some at Will rINW pay ARE to inspect which this must stock be as sold.I kee'pnothing the undersigned knew Professor Corner Lemon and SecondA AM RI AN Rv ND W A H R RI I SIx MONTHS and AFTER twtefcet.. DATE to the wttpreteot Caimtj Jxlgeot ,

< another. We hear of extensive plant Hickev at the time he commenced to Punam OoMty, HorWa.and auk to to diiI -
but the best of
everything.Plumbing for his and I did I! charged from tn' farther administration oa the
tatoes\ take P. P. P. sore leg Great Discovery_
ling of i then there are expertjnents Tinning and Gas fitting I noticed its < MHsjsa| estate of Chart F. Avery,deeeaMd, lat*of said
in.lobad o, grapes and variousther executed in the most approved style, not think a cure possible. '' Comaty. 1>. SPEKCER. .
progress from the start, and must say I Administrator.Asgast
fruits. promptly and at low prices.Don't the remarkable cure }>. 1". brought : \ IOODfINE.The ; Ie. 1995 said dn

nccess wHli surely crown their forget the place. Sign of the about was something marvelous.R. ,
aL Bit Coffee Pot Lemon Street, between Only Prortm, Saeeessfal Wood Presence,
for ,
we tout neaven
Torts, that TAYMAN, Druggist,
let those who Ujp themselves." Second ana Third Wichita }Falls Texas.A I WEAL( MEN MADE VIGOROUS
Now Nimble hA>es he has appeasededitor' Y.
One Cft&tmeD'w DOUBLE We of most
i wrath or a time and he i iSg Is I perishable of woods.

to be caref 4 bow he venture :-.:_... Proposition. I The only I wood preserver f'Ddorwd.Dd la OM
his THE TIMES-HEBALD has perfected by l-lini{raflroads for crow-tic and platforms.Will .
jeua scented haunt !
rom ",
make red or black oak last IcInpraD!
i soon. And tr49 decision is highh,: "id ...... arrangements with the "Word an .white oak cross-tie Can bow the two.,side ky
iated by \ HUNTRESS.range y?' :: .for It years. :: IAav. aar irnsG a-ytc
I" Works Publishing Company, of St. founding.Valuable Test.extending over 22 years,that are as- IF- What PEF'S; HE y f 1 O fl Did!

Louis, by which it is enabled to fur- on wooden. boats, bottoms of re* iItt rsav jf ..ad quirk:y. Car'. woes all
well seUece.As l r u rrgaia re u- boot. oki
.. nish the "Word and Works. ) Dcaneovery TI or. S4.wtwt+t1Gar.
.. a primer, la many uses preferable to a.t.Nt.Cn, .V .- .
roves XH u
\ ft.. -.- known and deservedly popular paper, llnswd oil. IwrMCBfT..'' > y.wr.*.l.et Vltviilr.Power.
Jt y' .... ;: fJ! edited by Rev. Irl R Hicks the re win produce good results on aH wood above IS IMPORTANTThat eltkcr.*r f tc. ..w Meatc WiMtlas Situ.
? U M ,
: or under water. e5* r .nil .tn" rr ruts art l
nowned weather prophet whose won- ute every purchaser of a Wabtaz Machine fulwerrtliw. W r, ...
\ t & '. Will double of wood of any kind wher- { mi k rxtrKimntloa.
: of '
should I" *urrioruy *
note carefully
id : many tletdmvart.y..s.
Propertyin ,. derfully accurate prognostications ever used. other kesrl.ttsteoo. .....
T feoce and other these washers ha'e over timilarty ,t 6on bar.. .
for Igro.tPEEPEU'.dteLt--zq.
grape posts
have been a source of surprise to the o vl for 1L
kinds ot pout designed.WHY Csa becarrwd is trst
South Florida :r.,-' -" -" scientific world for a number of years, For wood work about weDs and dairy houses. USE THIS nACttl E P per I per box. -xt.tr pc. rr.K 1 Stein F ttlvs why i
with TilE TnLEs-HERALD for \ For wood work about hot houses. lTWoai* Eur: having rood l*'..c. sad rang ??'rhea. G.arastee I. Cur, ) Vm..dl lbs
together .
\ For stable floors.WOOD1LIIIE Ms. Pami.atut r tee.Sold b7 'r.adsN Mdrey
FOR SALE.JlTie only $l.O in advance. In addition to .Werth,:.::Cta*>..bvvtafr UTT rnM r BP sad fcxioia.wttk rod**rrnrrkiea
Hotel BuiHi this, each subscriber is given a copy of IS 11 ftSECTOE.: lIf>ft"te1f HBa tirmcau eau dun std 515555
only ln the Iowa i B05TOJ: PIANOS for IS06. The Al- Sold by ACKERMAN & STEWART
THE Hacks new Almanac I ay r.awua.s Tara rwu Cumt ea Prla.raryro.s .
Bowling Green, Deioto "I bare reason to regard this liquid as ..
County manac for next year is better than M tat Mtlr 1u64e nrtM of UM M

containing sixteen rA>ms; also axtorv For DURABILITY ever, has world-wide reputation and an Insecticide and fungicide, or at least as I v K.m .... n tar wsm lbs. earl ....br
ha._ .. -_ nos ia __...sit M M
store building, renting has for several years hap an immense an efficient repellant pf insects and fungi. noat5.CCp The Wigwam
OF TONE cm.koldi.efns.aresUbs.'
The sub
sale at 25 cents ALEX. W. PEARSON -.
copy. UiintmontK
(6 per month, on\same two and LIGHTNESS OF TOUCH seri lion of "Word and Works' -Es.AIttlll.iSlain Dtft. /.IfrifmUmr*. Ua&MI.I.*r. -1&....-.. t,...,...._.....
pnce .wkirlTb tar
'loteLs ARE UNEXCELLED. is Si per year, THE TIMES-IIERALD is Diii.a if ytgt Ut ffttfUfy." kk.ka, _<< .ealk-..*IM..sad eM larqi&he'"IT i>wMdr illodrai a d...... FUR LADJS ill( GENrLmY f,

s property win bsold for SI per year, and the Almanac at 25 lb.J4 nw..Wana.>eC.._ .......,1It_n Ira
.. cents total of (2.25 which Lad If ya hare 5blartu t. Paint w in, a tl.ki to,., --... eM MAr...... so 4., her. wk",. and American, Plans
It? want a high: rraM Plan> t a e41. making a 5s a ewp.a d Seer.sad pno is trot u. a..adngrMaa.Ml.hs5.I Eu.roJAI l
price. buy ln. &. be secured The Times- .M.vuMrA t.wwvne.r.erwwe.l..et.r.
can through
other lots, Approved lHf !sad PINInIIK Gt. ,SWu. -d.dpr..st..
If y* want mm attractive cue bay UMBMtM. Herald office for the small sum of Ceevu.m vs Earfr.na .. II ...niter .b5. .
low fignrea ..t15pp.r,..... ee.s..rduar.dnp.S.WILL Formerly Managed Vy Mr* L. B* drtck o .
110. LUT A a'IlJI e.ketlw ..... .,t..ke.l. ba been re-opened andtr DUn: Kw Maaa(*.
Ur 8MkJet We tUiM.Wifl
Send < .
IRC No u y*. 'w'art UM bt Adler IUOTI a Bar Readers of this paper whose subscriptions __..0.....,Ute..-_.do.tad. eM fni4s wsed loent.
lljleddownKQ this pia.. Say the Uosi- hive not obtain Sued r. tuhse sad,n-
expired can '
AIEIIUI PnESCnnlN WCoainwest Oysters,Chops& Steaks to Order
of fftit the benefit .offer ,, M&.facta..d.sly by
?p ex- of this liberal\ by remitting -
U. 'tHE BaS=f.On P1AHO G8M the required and having CWo TtJTB aa. XiSCR T&, BLUFFTON MFC. CO., Bean],: XeaJ 25 cMta.. Meal Ticket can be

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THE Tll1 &.HEUALD. i County Judge &L I. Cole made re.I I .
I port on duplicate licence' Issued for
E h* month of January $1 .01. .
1SsUr.t FWa..Y..t' xperiencehas J N. Blackweli made report 01i Dr. Du Shon's 1

I i I fines and'forfeitures adjudged during HB V T.- ;v.vrcv; VN ,.y ----xv vv svv vvM, "
'- I term of &the Criminal Court for Fey .fII PaBrIs DtI1fSThereenltof24yeare .1 i

PALA I'K rl.AM FEB. 21, 18JO.r .* proven conclusively that ruary; ordered filed. 1 3,

better and peaches j Putnam County School Board filed .
.. grapes their financial statement for month I CASTORIA 1

il* ... pro Tau and more of them, are produced December and January. practice andreeesrch .1
to ba NOla Bez
i s an eminent physlelan -
eajth. when Potash is .
O I liberally applied and successful Ipect&l1 in
.. form for lu.tr humanity.innieat .
>i i I ""ZJ)1"fI To insure full of j
ID'I' ,rvtlM I." ., a crop THE PRINCE OF NERVE TONICS.
I It
I i :: rj known to man- remedy when everything rj for Infants and Children.
not I". 'r. "'''''''DA. containing not less than 10% t ... eeI U vise has ailed. For loss of NERVE fo ce. L
Sit n NERVOUS DEBILITY weaknem of the
.. I 8 w IraU n In male or female. For IMPOTENCE ftu .
I Actual Potash.
of C.aiorU with tJi. patronagof
the result of indiscretions and bad habits lr Yearss ob..rvation :
1 for Paralysis,actual threatened for Sex. THIRTY
a nal Weakness of all kinds; for Bladder and of p.r on.,permit ti. to speak of it with oat rn.'. .
1896 :FEBRUARY 1896 Orchards and vineyards treated 0 1 Kidney Troubles; l&r early decay and fl
; n SA fU physical tailor Inquiries will be Uu It I. Bjqq_tlen&l>lr the best remedy for Infanta and CMldr
with Potash are compara- | cheerfully answered U stamp 1s enclosed. If npJ
SUo Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr Sa. lively free from insects and _o r II:!. 5i'5c your druggist doa not keep them send f 1 to u tJi. world baa over know. It I. barmla.. Children Ilk. it. It
I : O.MI
--I 1 I ,Q Mm DU-SHON MEDICINE COMPANY, J glT.. them hwth. It will .av. their U.... In it Motli.r. ha.
plant disease. ... Lack Box 416,ATLANTA GA
1 I I I Our pnpU arc not admrtUInr drato boom. 9 aemathlag which la a .ol.Ulr safe and pT..tlealYperfel .. a.hnd' '
- tag(pedal"ettilinrs.bat art practical works,coot inbf s:: ..
Ut*. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 *rwllr. rtAllO farmers. Th.T an scat free faro I:: .. GO ... .. MAUR1ED. .
o ti "i ..: Caatma dhop Wcwm. 1
- GERMAN KAU WORKS. w MW A pretty wedding occurred at the
81:1--St.Yew York.count ; Gaston allays ry.iialm>...
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 q Episcopal Church, at Federal Point,

1-- Caatori pr mt. vomiting SoU' Card.Cantari .
COMMISSIONERS.Official .J gi'! S RC. Fla., on Momhy, February 17. Mr. .

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ;., .::.. .!. .. Thomas Nichols Johnson and Miss .aro. Di&l'l'1ac.a aaa wma CeKe.

- Mary A. Wildes, of Bridgeport, Fla., Criteria r.ll.T.. Ta.tkiag Tr uM... <

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Proceeding's of the Board; For < 0.m were the contracting parties. The Cantoris ears Constipation and FLatml.mey.Castoria '
Times-Herald Readers. E-t marriage ceremony was impressively a j
I :i .tra1JM. a. ..t. of .arbonl..e14 ga or pola.noiia air.. ,
The Honorable Board of County S fti perjTprmed; by Rev. DeWitt C. Loop

N a f i while the music furnished for the occa- Cast. road..met.ontalmm.rpbla..pimmOP.tb.rmare.tleproperty. ., .
Commissioners for Putnam County, V OlD o'
WISE AND OTHEBWIBE. C: Q M .': sion by Prof. Earle T. Childs was of CtorIa a.ahaJJ.t.. tJi. food roca1ato. $k. .t meek red 'Itewe1.
Fla., met in regular session on Thursday .'
the order and
highest wa rendered ina li4Mdtky aaa sat1U'&l.t..p.
<: tiring
Paragraph PcrtalatBff t* Palatka Plat
February 6,1896. of that added .
4 completeness style
eetJ"l"rWea'Who : CantorU la pmt ap la .m_be Vattlx emly. It I* ..t sold .....n. i
Present: & J. Kennerly, John Harvey 8 g 8 enchantment! to the solemnity of the

is Bemis? C. II. Gilchrist, T. W. Thompson ... :;:, imposing scene. no.'t allow any one te ..u yam aaythlmg she .. u.. plea .r pro la ii i
wF _
and Joseph Price clerk A. ...: .-. .. that it Ujuat m. cood"and"will auaaww .r.ry pe.rpo..." j
The schooner AnnnA F. Kimball, of
Who is Bemis?
Chairman Thompson being at
New York,Is in port. : ; ... that you g.t C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. liTh. ]
the opening gf the session, on motion
... :
Mrs. Fred: Barron and daughter, The city Republicans held can-
Commissioner Kennerly was elected : IIM I...
Julia, are visiting Paim Beach. chairman tem. cases and elected delegates to the tao-.Ia11a z:7-: ; 0T0r7'dcaat1U'e.f
pro e
.. Y County Convention. The coming election Mppw
Mrs. J.M. A. Miller, of San Mateo The minutes of last regular meetingwere 0 ,\.
ro will prove to be one of interest as .jt
was a pleasant caller yesterday. read and on motion approved. F .:

Mitchell Renz and J. A. Boughton of Commissioner Hancock reported M ;0 the Republicans will have some good Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. "
d men In the field.
Bridgeport, were in Palatka yesterday.M. having investigated the condition of 0e r 1.

J. Murphy is making some extensive Angus Grant as a pauper etilioned Prof. I. I. nimes the Misses WIlliams J

repairs to his property on the for at the last meeting, and reported The Board then proceeded as re* Roberta, Ford, Storrs and Da-

Heights. favorable. On motion ordered that he Quire by law, according to Chapter venport, of Public School No. 1, are in

.THE TIxa- EIULD acknowledges a be placed upon the pauper list at $3 4,122, Scc.1, Laws of Florida, to selecta attendance at the National Teachers

pleasant aad appreciative call yesterday per month, to commence at next meet list of persons who are qualified to Convention at Jacksonville. fr

from Mrs. E. C. Caswell of Palatka jurors for this 470
ing.On seme as year; names Headache bad get Xlle'Pain F1Q.
Heights. motion ordered that Fareby Silby were selected as qualified jurors for the '

be placed upon the pauper list at $2 year 1896. The steamboat and express train in

P. F. Peek made his departure Wed per month, except this month, which On motion ordered that the sum of "Our Country Cousin" are strikinglyreal i Finninger'sBIG

nesday for Lemon City, where he expects shall be $5 for immediate relief, pay $5 be appropriated to pay for repairIng and enthusiastic, and never fail to .
to remain prospecting f or a few abridge on road Etonian post-office
able to A. M. Padgett. to Hallo ways; further ordered that the create applause. There are several

weeks. Petition laid.over.from last meetingpraying county will not assume or pay any additional other scenes remarkably striking. Fry's

A.- Ullmann, oi me weu Known andreliable me discontinuance 01 part or expense to keep. upt1iia bridgeor Opera House, Monday,Feb 24.

firm of Ullmann &:; Cyt, Cincinnati a public road at Bannerville. Referred road.
The following bills were prdered Who is Bemis?
was registered atflraham"Tueadvy. / s backjU petitioner for a more definite
paid, and the clerk instructed to draw
description, warrants for the same: I

An enjoyable dance was gtten at the ..Tax Collector Blanchard, who was at I IJ Kennerly one Uy M Comml llioner. 2 00 How TO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH. '

Armory Monday evening by membersof Ind last meeting instructed to furnish T.mileage W. Thompson.. .... .... ..Commissioner.................and.... a 00 If you are suffering with any akin or CLOTHING HOUS

tbe' Guards, which was well attend this Board with the valuation of the John John, Harrey.Hancock commissioner Commissioner...................... 460 4 DO blood disease, Rhuematism, Catarrh,

h ed. The participant report a delightful different incorpoated cities and towns, D W Johnson,for pauper Armstrong... 9 60 Ulcers. Old sores, General Debility a

time. so that the Board be TWSUlphtorpanpeiFord.260: etc,send stamp to the Mood Balm Co.
may able to distribute lohn Harrrr for paupers Cone, Sweat
and Knowles............ ..... ......... 1900S Atlanta, Ga., tor book of wonderful
P. J. Crogan, of Eclipse vinegar the road fund among them as Shepherd,for pauper Fatrick........ 15 00
W U Crrns. M.D.,for cures, free. This book will point the
paupers Strange
fame, was at The Graham Tuesday.Mr. required by law asked until next meeting and Cook: ...:. .... s 00 I
Crogan is one of the cleverest to make his report. On motion so John L.Iiecks, for pauper Lee........ 500L. way to a speedy recovery. Botanic The LATEST and
J. Stokes,for Wldner,pauper B 00
Blood Balm B. B. B. is manufactured
commercial men on the roadand sever ordejed. Emma Becks,pauper................... "SMrl. I ( )
W.Stewart,for pauper McGraw..... 3 00 after a long tested prescription of an
falls to make everything pleasant about On motion that Mr. O.A. Budington B.G.Miller, Sot pauper Mrs. Lnmpkln. 5 00 'eminent physician and Is the best
be A H McCranjr, for pauper Lorey Futon. 5 00 ,
notified unless he shall
for lumber ofCLOTfIINO
pay O.T.Sprague,for paupers Hanbury and building-up and blood purifying medicine
him.Frank Jones "Our Country Cousin removed from Rice CreekTby next E.H.Ltouwood Padgett.for.... ...... .Qnlek.. :......_. t0 S 00 00 in the world. Beware of substi

' Comprny," will appear'at Fry's Opera meeting, suit will be brought for same. >ame. Cannon,for pauper pauper Ueteen vv.... .. BOO tutes. Price $1.00 for large bottle. Ste
Mrs MLViiliams.. for Bella.... 900BWHoweU rertise.nent elsewhere.For .
House Monday night, Feb. 2.. This is Judge Wigg, as one of the committee for pauper pauper Rials.......:... BOO
sale by
I Mark Watson,for pauper Tom Watson. 6 00l Druggists.
the Com an"1 fourth season of Undaunted appointed to investigate and make a 8 l B causey for pauper Terry.......... > 00 ; '
success, and the press throughout report, or to the feasibility .of establishing E. D. Davis, far pauper Montgomery... 2 60 Who is Bemis?
Beach&; Miller for pauper stwhlle...... B 00
the country speak well of the a poor house or farm for the Joseph Itice Clerk and Auditor for
December .... .......... ........ .... 3780Louli Hon. J. P. Wall, of Putnam ,Hall,
performance paupers of Putnam county, reported rope,Janitor .................. 2000
Florida Commercial Company,rent of wa in the city dnrire the week. Few
J. E. Lane, of Putnam Hall, brought that the committee, after a careful consideration Armory ...:. .......... ".. ............ 2971 citizens of Putnam

to Palatka Monday two large bald also considering the small W Benl H Calhoun Wire,Judge,Cuunty Criminal, fr;::...:..*., M 62 33 00 popular with the masses county than are genial more In the BEST and MOST HANDSOME
amount of funds now in the J road district ..
eagles, which be killed near his home. County f Kennerly supplies :2. 35 40
S\ L O.Dolr.oI1 for. B 60 John, and no one knows better than he
They were the finest specimens of the Treaaurrr's hands at present, they "rertre**&; Co., hauling lumber......., S 00TaUtka the value of
natural smile the
just on
Gas ('ompany..gas for cotrt
kind we have ever seen, measuring five respectfully report that in their estimation house and jail for January and Dec.1C 30iohan of PATTERNS are included in the
eve an approaching election Large
'' this !s not the time to commencethe on Bro., labor on brfdge._ __:: 2 63Vertreen ,
feet from tip to tip. &; Co..b.ulmglumt.er...... ... a 00
"' same and report adversely upon W J Miller, paid labor road district 4... 25 60 How's This I ;
I cannot take Cod Liver Oil 1" ThisI.
JlisBon&; Tvwnsen, road district 3...., IS 40
a mistake. Try Aromatic Cod Liver the poor house and farm at present. John Hancock road work diet Ho.3.. 40 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward I Stock just received. :In the line ofGents' /
Communication from Alvin Padgett for pauper Selby.... .. S 00
Oil made by R. IL Bond & Co., Baltimore Barnhard & S J pauper Lung. .. 3 00 for any case of Catarrh that can
Co. proposing to erect election berths eItri'o.. pauper.... ....:.:::..:. BOOT
Md. It has taste of the oiL cured Hall's
no -W Th upsnn. road work district 5 4 00 not be by Catarrh Cure.
Delightful to take. Prescribed by was read, and on motion laid over to J X BlactwelL clerk, criminal court?... 11 62 F. J. CHENEY & Co., Proprietors,
.. .. .
J W Magaa. feeding prisoners 162 Mr 41If
physicians. Builds up broken down next meeting. W Hagen,criminal court costs :.:::. 2417 Toledo, Ohio.
ej stems cures: Cobtnmption and Petition! from S, B. Hall for a rebateon J IW llagan,ttendance upon court .,. 4 00 We, tbe undersigned have knownF. Furnishings
for 33 75
Hagan. guarding prisoners J. Cheney for the last 15 and
Bronchitis. For stale) by Ackerman & his taxes: referred to W. M.' '\11.I J M( W I Coxe Hagab Jadge.expenre, baibfl* at Jail rrimUal- court::: 38 6 62 J* believe him perfectly honorable years in, all

SUwart. Pal&tka. I liams! and make his report on same. It D HowelL Justice of the 1'eace...... 21 till business transactions, and financiallyable
R Ii ,Justice of the Peace... .. 325 ;
Frank Hammer, the jolty, good. R. Thnrston presented his bondas H MPr.e 8efle. Constable........ .... ... ... 3 88rlalhoun. to carry out any obligations made Many Beautiful and Attractive ov-

natured represeutative of the Cudahv Notary Public for $500, with A. K. F n C Comlloct. Solicitor;witness conviction... ..... fees...... 30 1 00 00 by WEST their& TRDAX firm. Wholesale j

Packing Company, Jacksonville, was Townsend and J. W. Glissen as sure- Jemie Taylor do .................. S 00 Druggists,

among his Palatka customers Tuesday. ties. On motion the bond was ap- Rob Jones hlanghter do do ::::::::.._::::::: '200JCHaran 200 WALDIXO Toledo,Ohio.KIXNAN & MARVIN, I elties are now offered at ver. Low

Mr. Hammer is possessed of a manner proved.On David White do do ::.::::::::::::::: 60 60 Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.

motion [)avid Sampson do ............ .. 2 W Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally -
ordered "
that will add many new customers to that Charles A. David Whit do ............ ..... 60Sallle Prices. I.
directly the blood
the books of the andhis Smith be allowed f 1.50 for Ben bow do ........... ...... 60 acting upon ,
Cudahy Company, per day H8 Bennett. do .................. 60 and mucous surfaces of the system.
firm is to be congratulated on having guarding prisoners instead of gl 25 on J, M Cannon.witness.. ............ ... 60Willie Price 75c. per Dottle. Sold by all drug.
Gllfnra do ...... ........ S 0'
such a gentlemanly representative. the county road. The increase pay to Willie Uulland do ............... "a9Walker fists. Testimonials free. {

Tbete will be gmnatlbe. Putnam date and include the next bill Daniel Singleton Graham to do :::::::::::::::: 60 60UlckardGrooms Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder

On motion ordered that $3 be do ........ ..,.... MComrn.
House WIneUv evening a concert placed WorU's Fair"':hut Medal and Dt lo.A.T ..

for the benefit of the Polatka ltubhcUbralJ' wLh Commissioner Kennerly to b4 eiuuer Thompson then tendered C. A. PINNINGSB."I

Mr. and Mrs. nod e.famous. used for the benefit of Mrs. Lung his rreigualion as chairman of .
if ho Board, tu go into effect after the
pauper, for this
singers, have been engaged for the necessary month .
adjournmrni of tbi+ meeting. On motion I
occasion. Mr. Hudg is without. doubt. only.On MRSIMBLOGNER'S
motion:ordered that $3 be pa'd'' the lesi,UNtiou was Mccepted.
the baritone singer that ever
greatest ; ,
:naen.'s: OutS
to Mrs. Jasper Price for this month : On motion Cammis.foner: S. J. Ken.
visited this section and our citizens
only she, with her iauilj a'' nerly was then elected chairman of the
should not miss this opportunity to hear being 1D
destitute condition. board. llRAIDS. '
him. FINISHING! ::
Treasurer The Board then adjourned.
=w_ Lilienthal presented his h.._ ._. uU''u ,,_ PRESS LI1'iI GS.WHALEBOSES
report of warrants paid for the monthof I ,

Awarded January which were examined and CASINGS. Yacht Sailsand RiggingWe
Honors World's
Highest Fair
checked out, found correct and ordered Save BEST CORSETS (R & Co'..)

,; DR;
filed.Treasurer COATS' c.orros, 4 eentz. make of Yacht Sails
Lilienthal also made his Paying3'J a specialty highs and

statement of receipa and disbursements SPOOL SILK, LADIES' WAISTS, Rigging-and guarantee our s;* to fit perfectly.Send .

lice of the fine and forfeiture fund I ) Doctors9 ; CHILIVSCAPS, BB9r HOSIERY. us dimension of your lit and we will submitsail

for the month oj January 1: Bills HONEST SHOES at Lowest Prices. plans and estimate on hermplete outfit.

Balance on hand.. .... ..... $170 32 i
Received in January.. 1,535 17 CROCHET SILKS.

CREAMBAKING' i 82,001' 51 B r B aA D BLOOD BOTANIC BALM CROCHET COTTON white and col- Flagsi"d Tegts,

Paid out in January..... ...$1,678 96 ored. "

Balance on hand .. .. .. ....5382) 55: FOR ALL Ir.BLOOD u..edy AND e..4 SKIN bros.DISEASESSCROFULA. Stamped Goods, Ladie Wrappers. MH,,, 11111111calIM w.l A 1
Treasurer Lilienthal $.:. pw w, 1 .r j
made his ; .. .Wen w MILLINERY first fast; Goods ;;
statement of funds hand ....d7P. '" M.
on Goods.
: POHDfR proper, ULCERS. ECZEMA. fold O.: LY. --:- \are
F bnary 1, 1S06! as follows: RHE\JurlSll. CATARRH, ERUPTION :: ; .

MOST General Reventoe Fupd,.;.. $ 224 60 I s aorsUG..u ell _SOUS III 11"tiy1.e.k? car intuit_ tool ..e..a... Ladies' Knit Underwear. -=!:.;?.. t /i-.s Send t5c. ( ,for new Illustrated Catalogue ,
Road Fund.. .. :. ....:.... 1,70959 *V<=w >MrM a* eVil. ?fl etor -
=. 4 IX rwMta fn1dr Ladies' Linen Underwear. &-
A pure Crape Cream ef Tartar Powder. Free Bridge Fund. 40() ?2 CEO. 8. C1\RPEli CO.

front Ammonia 40' YEARS Alum THE or:any STANDARD.other adulterant Total ............ .. ..: ,38$ 11: .SENT. BLOOO FIEEwon BALM C0..Ahnta.lcr1IzL Cs.a' Panuok. and Umbrella 02, 204, 206, 206 S. Water St., .-0. CHICAGO I]
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A WOULD BE SUICIDE.I raer. W year laid op.1,200 busbies of 5outhern_... .: Ji

corn, 5CO311ounApork( 2,000 pounds 1 Tabules.Disease
I pans
of lard, 1,000ons of i-lrup. and
had decided to end mr life. .
My father dying when m/ sixth year I many thousands pounds of earn fod- .

had scarcely passed, I was left with a der. In ndd'dop': !<)> this Mr GK*!* Disease commonly eomest on with slight symptoms, which when

mother singularly deficient; In sympathy I bread,"1ta an',uIly at !1"f1st f I.000 : ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.THBOUOII :. neglected Increase in extent and gradually grow dangerous.
and who took little care that her son had :1 f

education or anything else except; clothing I worth of _a..1'11.. t eltt r.l. PULLMAN. DRAWING ROOK CARS, i i If you SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, DYS. Take RIPANS TABULES.
shelter and food. I was allowed to go I PEPSIA or INDIGESTION, -
and almost I wished and I Fresh'Graham Flour COMP.AE.TMENT CARS, Dmmo CARS, e
come as i iTHORO If you are BILLIOUS, ONSTIPATED or
soon acquired tho inferior characteristics crOBF ARE COACHES, TES. RULED 1'1U.INS 7i have A DISORDERED LIVER. Take RIPANS AULS.j .
which, developed, make the dissipated I ground every week at --- --- .
young man. 1 drank and smoked, and QUICK TIME TO ALL POINT5_ NAM O. :;t If your COMPLEXION: IS SALLOW, .r J.. Take RIPANS TABULES.
while I did not frequent; the society of the Dalton's Grist'Mill.Dr. --- j krrFC@DIST@LSSAfE@T1T111,

exceptionally riotous I associated with the -- NORTH AND EAST. NCRTH AND WEST. For ILL DIsOKDIBS

never do well offspring of other wealthy Price's Cream Baking PowderFlorida - 100. ,.. No .. i1!J UOF THE STOIICB.d Take RIPANS TABULES.

parents who were equally careless with cheI. N0. N. All TRAINS 7MLY i I '9.d a 'fl"4 >H I
.a Truss .
j\tad" any lad I
"lMt Ve4ect 5. the
Tabnles act but promptly liver stotuaeti
my mother.I u.h.r aati __i h u4' tsr.a+._ Ripans gently upon
was. prized by my companions becauseof -- -- Ly.J.ehollwllle.F.C.4P. 7 00 pm 110 amLyJadlOlInn.F.c. :H and intestines; cleanse the system effectually; cure th.tpepliia.. habitual -
my faculty of telling stories, and as .&P 1100 an .20 pm .. Everett,5' I: era. 136 p. 100 toLv .
:..:.:.:.:. '1 constipation offensive breath' and headache. taken
time went on I composed verses which Everett. F. 0.1'_.. lOtI''' 046 pm 40)p:: ; at the first indication Indigestion, biliousness dizaina4. dfolrea after .
they alleged were of the stuff of. which 7i
poetry Is made. Gradually I grew devoted East LY IaYIAJI&Ja. 1' u.sir P.. 3 ot pII' a U.. 'tI\C1DUIJ Cbananoga, Q.. B; 0 t Ids pmLyCohalftbboSoutb.ra. alii 426 010 pm am eating or oepreoaion of spirits. will surely and quiet y remove the

to literature In a lawless and spasmodicway .. TM IOOam A.Slrtnl.h&m.DOQ"ib' : pm .. whole difficulty.
and spent whole days In scribblingand it. LI.. ':&ko 811.U. I 64 amU : :.. Ripans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely used by

dreaming of a future fame. I continued CLariotte.Soatbera..15 50 I'll' .IS am Ar.. Memphis It.Cold'&; B. 102t pm 110 w { the best physicians, and presented In the form moat approved by
however to drink and smoke, and Kansas City, I
led altogether quite bohemian existence. Coast'-By. AI WUl1I1toD. eoutb.ra 143 aID 140 pili Ly Jachont1le. FlaD' 8. .... ...... 11 00 pm modern soienca

At last I appealed to my mother to let; me Ar ifalttm+we, hn.B. R. U D6'au. 11 2S pm : L-ra.So.tthas :::::::::: = : rAr If given a fair trial Ripans Taboles are an lnfalllr- ou..-- they contain .

go to. Paris and she, making no objection, Atlanta, .......... 143 am nothing injurious and are an economical remedy.ONE .
R. B...... pm 300 am y .. .... .
but rather seeming glad, gave me ample TIME TABLE.IN EFFECT JtN0ABT Chtttaaoo6a. .. t t p.U
c. ::..... .
funds, and I started.I 7, 1806.iOUTH New Yerk, -.J.- P .30 am ....C1nclDDa....... .. ..Q..:.k........ .........: .
soon felt at home In my new world, .... ........................ .......... ......... GIVES RELIEF.
and finding companions with aspirationsand BOUND.STATIONS Ar .......... S. _... 100 ..-........... ...,. ...... .... .... .. ....
weaknesses like my own I began a of this treat Railway ,
For full Information, apply to any Agent
life of dissipation which In Intensity tar I. 1'; .JJ o. its connection A quarter cross box will be sent postage paid, on receipt of 50
eclipsed anything that I had known. We ;- < Xo.37HOUa K0.25IK035souaioop 209 System
pent our days on the boulevards and in W A TURK t A. BE1SCOTI11 $. H. )HAMHK> 1 cents byRipans

the cafes and our nights were passed in iTJacksonrille. 14pta 0Sp "i :::::: ( -.rue Agent, Aa.U O.... Pa a.Ax-W AssL Qoa. Jas Af .*.
the dance halls and lower class theaters. Ar Augustine T45p lOa J lop ...... CIIau.-p. T... Au.-U"" a. Chemical Co.
LT M AagnrtlneLT 11 Ida ...... ...... .... ...... W..bisgte. D.Co ,
Over absinth, wine or beer we discussed Hastings..... II 44.i...... ...... ....: .. ....
art and indited verses' which made ap in LTK Palatka.... la sap _.. ...... ..... ...... W; D. ALLEN 10 Street New York N. Y.LocaldruggiateeverywberewWaupplytheTabnlealfregneatedtodos .
.. : Spruce ,
intensity for what they lacked of tnlt.hand Paaaenfcr
Ar FalAtta..L) 12 eta ...... .....1 ....: ...... Florida Arent, 1
beaaty. These poems were generally Ly l'a1&tta.. .itAr.SanMateo. 11 Kip ...... ...... 1896.' 2-3 Welt Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
in praise of the opposite sex, and were ::::: .::.::.::. JAN. .
&read each by its creator to the assemSled ... 113p104U ....... ...... .. .. They are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor' Bill
Ly SaD >lat oLTOrmond ... .
So dreamedof
boon companions only. one
1---- T S LT ZS ESr x IX: l TsT "L T..r.tI.;
sending his work to a publisher. Pub 130p .
llshers were fools, and did not know literature : ::::: ::::: :.:::::.

when they saw It, we thought. ..Lvl'o'rtQrangs 152p'..... ...... ..:.. ...... .
............... 5Xaona
LT New Smyrna. OO
Two years were spent; in this way and .. Oak Hall..... isap318p .. .... ...... ...... a
then I began to read Schopenhauer. Interpreting Titus iUl.... ..... ...... ..... 8 00a FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R.New
his work Incorrectly as afford .. City>ot C..... U/lp...... .... 925a50a ,
.. ..... J6p412i
Ing ample justification for suicide and KkldgHti.EaaOaUle.Coooa :::::: :::::: ..... looua1125a

gathering the import of the whole moreor :: ... 461p ...... ..... ..V. DUANEFOR
less perfectly through a desultory reading Same........ MpBClp ............. ..... I135a :
I grew very'gloomy, so much, so that .... Sebastian.Melbourne..... ........ ........... 12 con 10p Florida Northern Air Line :

my fellows avoided my companionship, .. 8ULacls.
and I found myself almost alone. I had .. Fort hems .. 542p..2 Sop -

abed for nothing until there was nothing .. Jensen Eden..:::::: 717pSOOp.:::::: :::::: ::::: ::::.: And Florida Trunk LineaTIME .

to live for. Ennui never left me from .. Mturt. T25p ...... ..... ..... ...... Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage
morning till bight, and I could only get; .. Alicia... .... T39p ...... ............ ...... ,
the slightest relief through using absinth, .. Hoba Sound.. ...... ...... ..... ... .. TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 7. 1805.1015ft :- -.
.. WJnpiter.. 813p ...... ...... .... ......
the friend of the living dead. I bad decided .. Rlriera....... S4"p....... ............ ...... 12$ CENTS PER POUND. ..

to go home, when letter came annonnolng > WPBeach. C SOp. :: : .:::::: f SPARE RIBS 12 cents. GEORGIA STAL -FED BEEF BurCtTI'S 12Jc. b .:. .:. .:. .:
that; the property my mother's was mine.death. and I took stating the : Royal PalmBInnJTrains Point.At flOOp 06p.:::::: :::::: : and 15 cents.J5TFREE, .} i Q C 2":; C;; = 13 SOKTHUUI roil?,. I "249p:;.1 i I. .Q I AmL: :

Jacksonvilleand ..
81 and K daisy between
net steamer for row York.
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For a few days the novelty of my situation Train St. Augustine.23.35 and 209 daily except Sunday.: : AND PROMPT DELIVERY. 545, 430p TOOp C20p T 30a LT...Jacksonville... lU k > emu ...... silica. fJOp-

kept; me from the eternal thought Train 31, sooth of bt. Augustine daily ex I. 9 era Blip 742p92Sp .TWp..... .I2aLT..YwM.\r.... I D I3a SS2p- "Tea 1 42&. ,
oanday. IMp y fa. 10 isa Ar .Fernan'liaatOBx ...L" 8 1iOa. lOs :::: : fila'ibbp
liv walked reps
"the will and
about to I .. .ltvttett ..rtr
through the rooms of y old home with ::::;: :: ;::. :::::.:i o e o ..:....BrunswickSavannah. :::.LT .74...... .... .. ...... :.: .::::;: r.::. I
almost the feeling of nth,. but; the demons .A. It W. BRANCH.No. : ... ,. ., ... ...... e >O 145 II .. .. .. .XT 55Sa i? ..... ....'. :...._
The Co "f' !"... .. 'p l 11 LT..8avlUUl.I..A7 146& 4344p .. ...... ..._
of my pessimism soon returned, and Clyde Steamship ... :. ... ....: tspfc "
.. UlpAf. .rurfwr, 8. C.:.LT SSOalOlSd .*3I a .:..... .
I was made to realise that the man without J'NO.' STATIONS.Sunday.I30plll45 No. S No. <4 ..-.. :,. .. ..N. ... !CatAngtua.tle.N liOP ..... N 5T47pl ."',"...:::: : :;::::
a mother though "the mother whom Daily except ... ",... ..... Jll 26 Vt DD1.rk.IIV.. N atlr.. 115P ." ... ....... ......
t LY .... :. ..:: ."... ...... $uo .ColnnubUIIC.. M i3o: taio gw"f :
be once had feiever took; thought of him, Jop 1\\ New fmrma. Stop 640p410p y.r...,
.... ...... ....... .,.,.C d ..... M.epartasbar,,SC* .....
was 'worse off! than when sh*existed. She J : ArLake Helen, 120p .. "...... _* .T.,.... .....PI II .4'betiUoJIJ Q.. .. I'n. .. (i ....... ...... ......
S 26' 11 Orange; CUT 109p S ClIp ..... .3 lifisle ... .. ....../.....
bad been an ever possible refuge \a m., ArOn.DpC1tyJL. Imp HOp I ..... UOaa .. ". ..Cbarlon_. ,I.. Q? |(11 osp1.r.405''i." ...:.. .... .. ......
but now Z was r8atJ.r'aloDe, miserably ......t..I.-I .: b a IC1a 91p u .. ,.,.1" .... .. ..... .....
alone in a nalvsrse. My literary hopes. Trains beween New Smyrna and Orange City ...... ''''V .. =' i ,letsp I"| .OreeneboroNCa"L.. '04als-I ...... ... .....
bad long since lost themselves, In blUer Junction dally except Sunday. .._.. .::... ..:;. I"= UiOslttOOpI .I>anTUle.Va. (1.UOpIC :\* ...... ......I..... l
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: : a 06a[. .Richgo6dvn. 2 iii :I .. .
thoughts. I had not touched a pen'for' aear. .,If NORTH BOUND. :::::: :::::: :::::: ", file :.Ly chburjr, Vi. a ..",'! i4aip4 Bi>t :::::; .' !; :::;; :

/ That is how I came to decide* j...... -.. ==; rs 404p1125p II a : J27n 103alHJp10onp22- $M ..... .......it.... '
I made a will, then left my house and ....: ...... ...... I 8 30p146p 7424Soe ,,1Yieh vll.N, | | '"". .".... ...... IIIJ'J J
to hoteL The clerk me a :..... ...... ... ... Traonvl onvl onvlleep! I .. }taiiltnttrs .. r.'4ai Brrpi: ............. : ... "
went xo.32INo.1
a gave TAITONS :e.2 No38 No.20 ....... .... .. ...... I(n ISfia 1025a ..Pbiladelphla. faoa aMP .. .. .:... f.I
magnlfioent suit on the fourth floor, for I ...... .... .. .29a12Dap"! ..,>ew York..... II : 8209...... .:..:: ::..:. ...... j
had planned to die in the midst; of splendor 1LY 1--- ,
and asked for the best. l'alm B l.DJI T Ooh ....: ...... ...... ........
',}loy.I Poin' 7 8 i ....... ..: .. Elegant TIuoD&b7 Coaches Jacksonvni to CbarUtU on Ho*. 37 ..4 SS.No. 0
I looked about my bedroom. There was W 1'1mBeach fllla............ ... .. ...
where I should die, on that snowy bed. P3viera... New York Charleston and Floirda Lines -_..... .. v.
Those curtains would hide my body till :: WJupitet.:: 723a.T61 : :::: :::::: .:::: :::::::: CL'\"ClSSATI-JACKSOYVILLE:. JlOLLT SPRINGS RCroTE.J .
Hone Sohn 804-..... ....... .
the door was forced open and the .earthen .. AUcia..... 527a..........1'' of his Line -'.; 4 To St. Louis, ChIcago, Sinus ocr.
would pause a moment en they moved Smart..__ 5us...... ...... ...... ....... Magnificent Steamships I are appoint ". : Chlcagcl Toledo. 1
the silken folds and found me lying shot .: .JelUMD...... 5 boa .... .. ...... .....; .......: ed to Sail follows Ib> = d,gi I.Detroi' Cleveland.I- oi f tJo. 34.1' I No. IS. .
.. Eden... ._ 855. ...... ...... ...... .... .... as : d J gD:r e Lou11Y1l1e. Nash- ;
through the heart. What; large windows Yon P1eree. .30a ...... .CI&: xA 1 le and adlan' TOOpmr.y..Ja.cboDYUIe..Ar.2iOIaIII:'
there were. I would lower the shades; so :: 8tLucte .... .38& ... ... 1000a Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both Ways: Val S1 I apou., I tin o:s1 I IOOam'Lv'' ... .. ....Atlanta .. ....LY!10 Mplll
much light was not; good.I 8ebuti&n. .. to a...... 11455 .. .. is 0n'Lv..Birmingham.... ...LY 2161'18
.. Melbourne.. Ulu. .... ...... ...... 12\1' From New York, (STANDARD TIME. From Jacksonville I Mpm'!LY..... .Holly8prillJtl....... e72osmT3oa
was In evening dress. Taking out my .. Sarno. 112a..... : ...... ..?.. 14Op (Pier 29, Eo R.) 8T EAKER!. Florida : T OOum.Ly! .Ja.ctaout11e.J..r 820am..... I ILY.........81. LOWs ........Ly UOPIII'Ma
revolver, I laid It; on the table and removedmy .' Eaetiallte. 11Ba ...... ...... ..?.. l60p Monday J Feb. 3d, at 1 p. m .... ...... .... CHEROKEE ........ ......sunda,. Feb.9th a'1:00p.m S 43pmlAr..Everett..Lv .20aID..... 1 Mpm.Y.,! ... .... ..Cb1eaco... ..._Ly I S6p.a450p
shoes. A cigar fell from my vest Rocklge U.L 12 lOp ...... .. ... ...... nip i Wednesday, Feb.6th,*t 3 p. m............ IRCKJUOIS ..... ....Tuesday, Feb.Hth,at I'M: Ar.. .Macon. ...LY 1 aoam ..._. 730pm'Lv..Dnbnque..Lv. I JOaDilaop
.. Cocoa. ..... _.... ..:... .... .. p.m 0 00am ..... ,OOamLY. .......8Iou City........Ly 8
pocket.; I picked it up, lighted it and be- 1224p 112p Friday] FeU 7th. at a p. m............... ALGONQUIN ..:......Thursday, Feb. 13th, at 40 a. m Ar..At1&nta..L" 10 Mpm 0Vpua
.. Cltyl'otnt.. 1283p _" ...... ... ... Situp j Monday. Feb. loth at 3 p m.. .......... 8KMINOLK ............Sunday. Feb.10th,at 8.00a.m ..... loam LY..At1&nta..... .. ........ ......
gan to smoke.. .. T1tUlnlle... 100p ...... ..... ..... flop i Wednesday, Feb. 12th. at 3 p. m......... -COMANCHE .. ...,.....Tne da,.. Feb.18th, a'700s. m ...... 1000pm Ar Chattanooga. ........ ...... Throuth ruUID&D 81Mpen 8e. Louis anti
'What am X about to dor I thought.; .. Oaknlll ... IV-p ...... ......1...... .3\p': frtday.Feb. 14th.at 3 p.m. ..........N CHEROKEE .........Thursday. Feb. 20th aU.lIOa.m acUonY1. Steeper through Chicago or
NewSmyrn 215p 7SOp ... ....... ...... 510pm Lv....Atlanta.._ ....... ...... Clean Cit, and Jacksonville with but
answered ..
I laughed as I my wn question Monday, Feb.IUI. at 3 p. m IROQUOIS ........Sunday, Feb.23d,at 11-00 a, m one
:::::: :::::: :::::: ....... ...... 1000pm Ar Chatta.Dootr& .. ...... oehaDge._
"I will die." YDaytona. j Wednesday, Feb. 19th,at S p.m.... ..... ALOONQUIN .. ..... Tuesday, Feb. 25th. at 1 JO: p.m .
.....! .. .. .. Friday, Feb. 21st. at S p.m... .......... SKAJINOLK ........Thursday, Feb. 27th at 1 JO: p. m .. .... 14.'I&m Ar .C1DCtnnaU.. lOOam.......
I looked at my revolver again. "When :: Ormond ii Monday. Feo.24th at 3 p. m. ... ........ COMANCIIK .. ......... .Sunda,.,Mar. 1st, at 9eoa.m KANSAS CITY LIYE. '
this cigar is finished, I will finish myself E.atpala&: .. ., .., Wednesday, Feb.26th at 3 p mFriday. ........ .... CHEROKEE... ........Tuesday, l\far.3d. at ," X remarked calmly. << Feb.78th, at 3 p. m.. ... .... ". IROQCOI3 ..,. ..Thursday, Mar. 6th,at 8.30 am Through Sleeper JacbolldDe CO Holly Spring,,
Ar S Mateo. .. 545p .__1_ ........ Slc&lfles New Steamer. Holly pr1Dp CO Kansas City. (line ehange
With the curtains down I now found the LY8K.t.teo.... 1 sop :..... ...?. ...... .. .. .... DAY. Coach 01'10.' 38 nIBOt"GIl Te AnArrA.nIy! )
room too dark. I lighted the gas and H. Bans ea. diaa rer-
Ar 5p1...... ..... ..... I ILy CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. 1'(0. 31. riwn NOo3J.. : r
smoked on. 1"a1atka.1. .!KIp I..... ...... ...... .r...... ,
Half an hour passed and the cigar was NM. 35 and 55 connection Jeans Atlanta TOOpm LY.... .J ksonvine..Ar 820em
almost; consumed. The time was near. I 1-YH&st1njt1 ... c pl .. .. ...... ...... ........ .Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. 1145 a.m. for Chattanooga, arriving at Chat- 'OOpm .Ar..EYereu..L 620sastanooga
down on the bed, took revolver in Ar St..August 5201)I...... ...... ...... ........ J'ackson.1"a .... .... ..AtlaDta..L" ':IOpnUe.
lay my Steamer "FRED'K DeBARY. 1 p m. Sleeper to and from
Ly tit. 6 SOp7/ 60a IUCIa 9 1iOa ........ '
my right; band and pointed it at;my heart. A.DP"t.1 'fp 11:1&: 12l8pl01iOa: ': ......... 0 OOpm Ar.::::::..= ..:::::::fYI: P
As I was about to shoot a confused soundof Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 3.30 p. m., DAILY ,15am lr..SpringdetdMo.. .. Ly Slop
voices reached me from the street.& Traln8 36 and 78 between St. Augustine and lOOom Ar..... X&DaU Chf--L 10SOaz$
JackjonTllUe SXCETT SATURDAYS for Palatka Sanford and Intermediate
doily. Enterprise
Soon it; was mingled with the clangor of
Trains 32,18 and 208 *
daD Sunday.
fire bells and the roar of heavy wheels. A Train 78, south of St. Augustine except daily except landings on the St. Johns River. Returning, leave Sanford at 9:00 a. m., and :- a Sooth and West Florida and New Ndls. 1SOII, 3Daily. i J
loud knock came on my door and a voice SUDd.lJ' .Enterprise 9:30 a. m., DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, for Palatka, Jacksonville, and a ; Daily. Orlea. aDn.t "D Daily..O

aid, "Get; out quick the building is on .Intermediate _

tiN What!' was that to met Was I not going I PALATKA BRANCH General Passenger Landings.and ticket Office, 88 le. Bay 8tret-J oaTlUe, Fla :150pmI1000am:::::::f Il:=,''t ::::::::::::.Fernandtna.Callahan .::::::..::..Ar:Ar I :::::::. :50pm::

fot Lv."iscksonviie..Ar 645 1&
to ? I touched my side with STATIONS );Oo l. SO.M.; SO.55 so.51 A. J. COLE, General Passenger Agent, |IF..IRO\HO\ER.JL. .Pass.Agt, 7: 10lOpm: +!100am Ar.............Italdwin..L 34lpm 1000m
t .. anyway Lv. E Palatka? 11 lOa 12 05p 3 Mop 4 asp ft Bowling: Green. New York I, 204 West &1t..Jacksonville, Fla U 13am 12 OlpiU ".... ...........Stark.... .... ......." 4lfam INpm
Ar. PalaUa..... 1130a 1225p 406p 465p :aLa CL TOE.A.T. M. JNO. L.HOWARD. : :i : 48pm 12 !l5pm ..........,... ...Waldo... .... .... ...." I Iirpm
Flames shot up pact my window and I 5 Bowling Green, New York| Ft.Hogan 8 ,Jobonn1Ie. Fla t' 110554 I .pm ..............Gainesville .... ... ...." I 142esm I 11 Clam
started from the bed. I could hear the STA IONS. 1'O.1iO. xo.58. no 54. XO.M D.D.C.MINK. O. F. A... IJ.A. LESLIE.Superintendent 'm ........ ftSOpni ".. .. ............edar Key.... .. .. .. ... .. 1. 515am 0
wood of the window frames) snapping.The LT. Palatka.... 12 so.Delaware ar., Phradelphla., Foot Hogan SU, Jacksonville, Fla : tl2&m 132pm .............Hawthorne... ... .... ." Ja1aa:1229p:
horrible AT. E Palatka 1135a M30p 4Wp lOOp THEO. G. Ga@.T. M. ft Bowling Green New York too 203am 20lpm :.... ...........Cltra. ......... ... .. .. SOOaIDi120lpi
room filled with. smoke. A 11555 la Sop 42Sp 120p !11 ....... 231pm ............SllTer Springs.. .. .... .. ....1.. .. .1.. .. xs-f"1000m
revulsion of feeling seized me. I ran to Trains between Palatka and East Palatka -I; 2:13pm: ........ ...... ..0c&Ja. .... .. .... ... I I r!It
the door. The key was gone. I remembered daily except Sunday. WM. P. CLYpE; & CO. Gen. Agts. too ....... ...... .. "..... ........ HomonaasaWUdwood .... .... .... ,i.. IOiuDII1 t CoIN
thej I.tSam SIIOpm "............. .. ...... ..... ... .h Mpi:;';'!to 01\ !A"
that I had thrown it from the I* So. Delaware Ave PkDadelphU a Bowli.g Green New fork n C20pm ..... ........_ Leesburg.. ... .. .." '111411I ax' "'! .
window when I entered the room.I Trains 37 and 38 consist of Pull Slam: C tpm ".... ....... .....Tarares. ... ........ ... 1.2Opm 1 I'I50am '1"
grew sick with fear having death at 'Upm "...... .... .Orlando .... .. ...... 6 0Itp 1.$ .
man Palace Cars only. I ........ 63Opm ".... ...:....:WieterPark..M ..I&pm T !:
my call, at; my command. It was not Buffet Parlor SEED DEPARTMENT.: .l 520am CZ9pa "...........St.. Catherine... ... ...... 1 I ;=
bard to die, but to be trapped by death, to Cars on Trains 23 : I.lam 451pm to........ ......LaooocJweDadeaty ...... ....." .1543pm 5So > .
be forced to my fate-that; was awfuL I and78 between Jacksonville and ... ......... .............." 1.S4P' c:SR
7 m .. ......... ....... A=
the threw the sash : PlantCity IIUlpm T#IQ
leaned sprang far to out window and shouted: "Help up help,! Palm Beach. cabbage<$ aid Jurpip' Seeds Just F I eeeiued. .SIam TlOpm ::.. ....... .... Tampa .... .... ...." l06pa1" 4

I shall be burned alive!" best Time Tables show' the times at which = 6 00pm 'III&m LY.... ........Jacksonville.... .... .. .. I, T lOam u ;:
There's. fellow at; a window" I trains way be expected to arrire J:1n depart 10f.pm II Bbam Ar1219am .... ..........Lake City.... .. .. .... 5Uam iUf wrr'to
a poor from the *erTal stations, bat or -WE KEEP ALL KINDS OFDJEMJGS 12 40pm ... ..... ........Live Oak......... ... C 34 m : Ib
could hear those below shout. Hold departare at the times stated is not guaranteed, 2 00am Mpm ...... .. .. ......Madison ... .... .... 3 3II&m
on!"' they answered. We'll save yon I" nor doe the company bold Itself arisingMtbere fot t20am 262pm "......... ...Mmtfceflo.... ... .." loam _a
An passed.' The flames were all any delay or any consequences .: aJ (IVJLESOICtCVES 3' 530am ar.pm: ".............Tallahassee ........ .. .. fOam pm"p1 .
age irooL. Q .... .. M................(Joiner ...... ... .... 12 I'm N' "
about me, and the floor beneath my feet -- a13pm .............Rirer Junction... .. IrNan .
grew hot. Almost despair I shouted, Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. Through Pullman 11 unpin ".... ..........Pensaoola..... .... .. ." I 3fp Spa w
Florida East CoastSteamship "............ .. .. ...
A thousand dollars to the man who saves slespersJacksonvilie 305am .Jlobile. ..... .. .... 1216p
me!" Now I could not bear; now I could I LinePalm SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS ETC. TEnFUMEb: BAY RUM. to>ew Orleans 134m" ........... New Orleans.. d. .. I i 9 41*

not see. The scorching roaring flames i Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our stock comprise all of the Popular .

and the stifling thick smoke obscured alL CB-Xasn Sorrlce. Odors. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, llnnhes, Painters' Supplies, Etc.
.Help, help I" I screamed.: I Steamship service beeween Palm Beach and Daily except Sunday. Connections at Tampa for St. retenburr.RfTer and Key
be burned alive. Death in any Nassau wtil be inaugurated January 15. iSR4. West and Havana steamers. Steamer "Manatee" for aB points oo Man .er. At WaUaMARSHALL.
should Theelegant steel *team.hip Northumberland" ACKERMAN & STEWART steamer for Melnw Connects at TaHahaMee for St MarksVCanlUe M 'bra 0.-
form was a horrible thing but to be of t Jim tons imrdea. win make trips as fellows: DeeU at W***Janrtionta*attahoocnee Slyer steamers. Connect at CJc 'r HasosM5
burned'' "Save me, save me!" I gasped. i (vchednle subject to rert OD.) All baggsge will checked from Union Hepot. Ttrkets will be sold I City tkket olIee.
The floor seemed to sink beneath me, Leave Palm Beach.Thandar DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMENPOULTRY' : ._ 389 Hogan.tr *'. as well seat the Union Lepotticket office. .

and I fell the window silL I : .-.N Jan aryl6
: Ticket Agent 2O2 West Bay street comer I JackwastTiDe Fla.
I was on the ground when I regained Tuesday TueMay.... .. .. January January*! N.s. PIrNNLNGTON.Tn.me 1Ia.nacer. A. .JUcIX .. Oen...... Ages

consciousness, and a fireman supportedme I Wsxtsenday ........ February S
call The floor Satsrd0y.. ......: *
You bad a clone : i .Fbbnai7
Ise.Qar... .>:>t5 ...... .Feiwltry 1i I'
" bad just; gone when I got you, be said. Th r 4ySatmrdOT ..: : .. .;......Febrnary 13 Save Your Money.
I looked at him almost adoring him.- ...: .... .....February PURE BRED STOCK. 74.7wa1h7w2-18xynL7zRyaY I4Tt7R1V1rLLoa7
One box of Tutt's Pills will
- Alfred Arnold In Chicago TUnesHerald.M And every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday save
thereafter matU Apnl L.L.av. BARRED PLYMOCTH ROCKS.
dollars in doctors' bills
IlrUker. :s&Sea.. DROWN and WHITE LEGHORNS, [ many

.Hobbs baa a flue business bustle on : H *MS J... ............................Jannanao EGGS for 1 three They will surely cure all diseasesof
hint bun' her" I M...'......................:.............JuU&ft.ii V Hatching per ;
Oh, that isn't his bestoess bustle. 4 settings, $2.50; five settings, S4. I the stomach, liver or bowels.

That's b.. dodging trolley ears gait."-. ; L+: :: EY lt Fowls shipped at single express rates. :

Chicago Reewd. :.: .. :........:. .:February FHnaryll -ALSO--. No Reckless AssertionFor : T-\ .

o. sad Oft )INs v......._:.. ........ __. FetmaryJTyV DEDICATED Fisii, s headache, dyspepsia,
A'4 ewry lto+1e16 and .: -
jr/dneeday Friday MEAT MEAL and -
Waggs-How U Dyker getting.on as a therfattenntH.tpn'.! .' malaria; constipation and biIio: OUR GOODS' AJUT me 8Z37' _
Wheelman PQIZ
Gagg*-Oh, be gets on all right: but be I Joseph Kfchardsoii, Write for prices to .w>ness,a million people endorseT.UTr'S OUR PRIGS THe 10Ns'STQrf

immediately falls off.-New York Trlb- : O.3"JUL-p.i.'s1.
S JAGtl.. Liver PILLS 7trn._lil I
one. I C. BAILIE .
nol Inter .h.eD. Fla.: .

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. ENGINE 24. sportive trout surveyed the depths of Superintendent (oaJ.. Bolinger, of
. I the Palatka Water Works has received
her massive smoke stack, while smaller ,
I MANAGRCFIICAGO JOURNAL from the jSauonal Meter Company, of
r fish took refuse in the tubes of ber New York, a hand m& thermometerof

.: ;TIIE TRAGIC, SCENES. THATHAVE boiler. Finally gang of men and s a
; I miD3tore me. It It a bent Ifu) as

? CnECKErlED.nER powerful holslinz apparatls. under tbs. I well as useful desk ornament, and

1IISTOUY. management of Mr. Rntherfood, then Charlie appreciates the gift very heghlr.
r Master Mechanic of the J. T. & K. W. .

She was recovered and placed upon a Colonel. F. C. Pierce Was Made a Well Man by Paine'sCelery Pam ta*no show,-wan-UrJUatr Pain Pmt

... lighterand towed to the end of the railway .
Event frequently occur. without extcitiug Gay C. Estts is a peered borne this
S. R.
here near the F. R. ware- .
immediate interest in the afternoon from Atlanta, wbere.be has
track laid
house, and a temporary was Compound.
been attending the Attest Dental
: 't circumstance or individual actors, but and Engine 10 pulled her on to her i College.

-. t the shadow of succeeding ages will old pathway again. Her drivers were

. often bring back to the portals of forgetting at a deadlock; her splendid cab was TUK TIME FOR riCII.DlXG

memory images of the buned+ crushed to splinUrs; her pilot was ITp the system is at'tbis: season. Tbecold

gone, but her lead trucks were in good weather has made unusual drains
pact, and remind one of the scenes of
... upon tbe vital forces. The blood has
10ng.ro. Even land has its tfgends, order. this condition was

its songs, and the story of its tragedies brought to the shops. Her coming was become impoverished and impure and

Pctnatu county, bound more firmly announced by a creaking noise that all the functions 6f the body suffer In

her dead drivers made upon the rail. I \ consequence. Hood's SarsaparUla ts
than ever by numerous bands of steel
great builder because it is the One
t The in shops left
men employed
; to her submarine foundation hold inJier True Blood Purifier and Nerve T wc.
: unwritten history the their work and stood and gazed at
surviving .
what appeared to be'the ghost of 24. HOOD'S PILLS become the favorite
2t many a etran sad trafficevent.
1bOl cathartic with all who use them. All
inside limit of
When she reached the druggists. 25c.

the yard the waving of hats and the
In.q late Issue we wrote of the antic RIllr1 """
l... de- exultation of the boys was an ovation, ..
movement of Engine$ 19.Ve now MAthiiGoiiYC8
in the presence of which civic honors
sire to uncover the tropic memories
would feel complimented.
.'En ine 24." here her broken \ MORE fa harmony
She overhauled w
She is, as her name indicates, the was \\1 with the worl< .2000I.
I. completely
and under eared
and lost parts were restored, I meD aresinging
the happy praise* for
24th sister engine in family group I'at
of Engineer I the
: ? the management amtertgraad
, of 26 that belong to the J. T. & K. W. ( est and most successful
she is again doing gallant R
MIre for sexual
Hallway System. She is a product
' weakness aa ) the main line. ,
service on lost rifmr
Baldwin Locomotive Works I known to
the great
Many are the strange stories that medical sciences Anacrnant
of Philadelphia and was equipped and I of this wot -
one can hear of Engine 24. She is da! ftordm ry; In
dedicated to the rail in the year 1888 "n book ,with ref.
called by some the ill-fated engine of erence and proof;
I -arrytnvon: her name plate the family will be sent to eats
.. and the v.neyof the St. Johns. Colored fering men (sealed) free. Full manly rteor
of She to
number 10402. was permanently
restored Failure
call her the Baptist engine Impossible.
entered tbe service of the J. T. k K. employees ERIE MEDICAL
of the line; but among the many
in 1600. Her first -
IV. appearance
System strauge and thrilling stories, there is ....
on the rail here excited among
one that brings the listener near the House
. railway men universal admiration. Opera
of the border land of mystery.It ,
Her lofty build, tile harmony of all her verge '

parts, as well as the neatness of hers was a dark and rainy night, Engine W\\ / & MONDAY

24 with a light train was approaching
workmanship placed her at once in
, .*. ; the Ill-fated bridge at the Bluff,a dense February 24th.
the coveted position of the boss engine ; !
fog hung like a cloud over the still _
she around the
4)f the line. swept ----
waters of the river, enveloping the

; -. I .curve initial trio into southward the round house engineerIn on her bridge and almost obscuring the signal At the door of every newspaper I been in perfect health, and never sick to the seat of the trouble. That great FRANK JONES'
lights on the top of the frame might be posted the general but for two weeks in mv life. This Paine's'; celery -
and brain restorer,
the envied the hand that held nerve
yard sick headache has been Yen annoying.I "Our
her lever. from the top of her smoke work. The thoughtful engineer reached Rush I have taken a number of different compound, does get rid of them and i Country

ctackto the tire of her drivers she was, forth and opened the valve, which Tne busiest concerns in the medicines which have been used and leaves no chance for their return, because '

\ of blew the signal of alarm; at the same recommended by others, but not untilI the deep-seated cause-the Cousin" Comp'yDON'T
resplendant with the ornamentation streets are sluggards compared
did I
time he pulled her lever, intending look Faine's celery compound weakened nervous system at last is supplied
handiwork. One veteran en-
cunning these hives find relief.
t leave her on her center and while newsgalherinjj any with the food it has so sadly felt;
ineer, charmed by the grace of her "This season I took one bottle and
: holding the lever in that position he man fingers and brains are FAIL TO SEE-
movement was beard to exclaim: was not troubled with headache for at the need of.
looked out from his win:low for a signal keep up with machinery. least six months. Since that time I I The best physicians in every city in

She's line, and a Jim don't Dandy ye forget of the it,hummer" while fiom the bridge-tender. Suddenly The brunt of this fatiguing have use it kept occa'ionlly the! medicine, and in have the office not been and this country prescribe Paine's celery Tim Ohio O by y Moo !iahr t.

be felt a cold hand forcing the lever strain, unavoidable in getting: compound where a rapid building up of
with headache since.
others joined in many complimentary troubled
remarks. No human wisdom could back to A revere lU!' on. The engineer of the big city dailies, for "I have recommended it to a number the system Is imperative. As an in- The MIIIg1 i JIp1eWe f

" that being'a cool and courageousman the Chicago Evening Journal, of my friends, who have been benefited I I v\gorator in cases of nervous exhaustion

then predict the tragic scenes overhung retained his grip tin the lever and its business manager-in the as I have. For a person who is sleeplessness and a poor state, of the N
the pathway of her career. She disposed to constipation, it is unquestionably \ IReirallM.Reserved R
seemed a thing of life, and destined ton felt his train come to a halt. Looking this oldest daily in Illinois, one of the best medicines that blood it is the mainstay of theablest 3 r .

from his window again there stood be- Frederick C. Pierce. throughout the United
,"t $ honored and useful record. there is on the market today. practitioners
fore him a spectral object with outstretched Colonel Pierce is one of the Yours respectfully, State 4' Seats ,
Her ngbt side cushion wan assigned at the faces of weak, now on Sale at Ack-
"F. C. PIERCE A mere glance
arms, bearing upon its breastin men iu Chicago, a city of early i erman &; (Stewart's.J. .
to Mr. Arthur Knox. an engineer whose "Business Manager Chicago Evening nervous, run down persons after they I
the word "Stop; The workers. Brain workers in
fconcededjsklll and successful service en large type Journal." have begun to use this greatest of all

i: titled: him to the honored position. For bridge-tender give the forward signal fession will thank Colonel Pie A black cloud is surer indication of remedies shows how rapid is the nour- T. & K. W. Trains

and the engineer cautiously brought; the following statement recently ishing effect of Paine's celery com _
dearly four years be manipulated her an approaching storm than persistent

IhrottleJn the interest of the trade and his engine: in motion, he crossed the by him: headaches are of dangerous debility. pound.There are thouauds upon thousands GOING SOOTH.

traffic of the line, with no interveningevent bridge and ascended Satsuma lights in bled"For with several sick years headache I have, been There is no one specific that can per well today because they used Paine's Train 23 arrives Palatka 10:05 a. m.;

to sullie her fair name, or darker silence. constipation; otherwise I have manently cure headaches unless it goes celery compound. leaves 10:10 a. m. daily.
On his return trio the spectral object
the pathway of her destiny.On Train 21 arrives Palatka 10:35 p.m.i

the of February 21st 1892, was explained; a sign post had leaves 10.45 p. m. daU,.
night ,
been placed there to designate that all I|I Who is Bemis? Books Solicited.All .
she left Palatka at 250: a. m. for San- LIST interested in the Public Train 9 leaves Palatka 5:15 a. m.,
must come to a stand and persons
ford a train of sixteen loaded' engines in the Palatka P Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I I solicited to donate
await the signal of the bridge-tender. A Household TreasureD. Library are any
can, one of which was received at this for the week ending February from their GOING NORTH.
But the unseen hand has never been W. Fuller of Canajoharie, N. Y., books that can be spared
place, containing three horses and one GENTS' LIST. Books of Sou.hern Train 32 arrives Palatka 5:30 a. m. ;
I'LL BE THERE. Dr. owji cellection.
he King's
that always keeps
mule. The household goods, wagon explained. Bennett Sanford Boyd Jack says solicited. leaves 4:5o n. m.
Byrd A J New Discovery in the house, and his authors are especially
Brown David ,
and other appurtenances belonging, to BePe, the sweet little daughter of D-. Craig,Thos, II Harris family has always found the very best It will be considered a special favor Train 78 arrives Palatka 4:00 p. m.;

& Mr. Lewis, a one-armed man, moving and Mrs Geo. E. Welch, is just recovering LUding, John Meachatn results follow its use that he would if books are sent to the Library Rooms leaves 4:05 p. m.
to Senile. 'This car occupied a po- from a slight illness. Peques, N T Ralford, 31 C: if G. A. within the next ten days, as the catalogue Train 208 arrives 2:35 a. m., Tuesday -

citiun next to the engine. The uufor- Redmond, Charlie Seabrook, not be without it, procurable. is now being revised Thursday and Saturday.

[tunate man insisted on accompanying In Atlanta Enterprise of Great )(erlt.I" LADIES' LIST. Dykeman, Druggist Catskill, N. 'Y., jfTrams 21 and 32 tarry Pullman

S the Block against the protest of his son,, locker Susie Doe, Julia says that Dr. Kinz's; New Discovery is The Leesburg Commercial publishes [. .Sleeper
affords pleasure to call especial the best Couth Remedy
us Little Annie undoubtedly ; the returns from a'half-acre crop of
Dunn J M ,
*ho was left, with other members of of "The E that be has used it in his family for at Montclair bf Mr.
attention to the advertisement Spencer Mary Wiggins, sugar cane planted
tie family here, to follow on the morns eight and it has never failed to
g train. As the train reached the Mother's Friend," appearing in this Persons Zander for,the II. above do all that JA claimed for it. Why not J. F. McLendoo. After saving enough 1 .To Orange Growers.

Bluff five issue. ca'hng try a remedy so long tried and tested I "seed," valued at $8, to plant another ..
aw' bridge at Buffalo will please say "ADVERTISED.
lies south of Palatka,calls for down I The Bradfield Regulator Co., of At- W. P. ANDERSON, P. Tria"bottles free at Ackerman; Stew- half-acre, he made 110 gallons of sir
... Hit'n Drug :Store. Regular size hoc andF1.00. I and sold
worth CO cents a gallon
but it was lantaGa. have at great expense issueda up
tee was suddenly given, I Frozen Out !
i late. The bridge tender, who bad most attractive and meritorious book, A good recommendation for ao'I cane to the alue of 82.19, making the
i Liver is, that it is total of the The
Regulator proceeds crop S145.J9
ned the draw to let a steamer pass, i which they mail free, containing Information GrWA.'iTED-ReJiab1e men to represent
f effort to close it' of the greatest value and importance table and strongly tonic. Then, a firm in Putnam and Clay cane was grown on ordinary pine land, We have for Sale in
was using every 'I is better than Pills because I counties.! Good pay to right man. References fertilized, and tbe result is a fair illus
all ladies to become
train. The engineer, expecting Size Tracts of the
ilhe coming take in liquid or powder and required. Address W., this tration of what Florida soil will pro any
h d by the signal lights or some other i mother. duce.A and Lemon
relief from Best Orange -
while the
That the"Mother' Friend" griping,
ca\lbat must be left for eternity to is a remedy oflke.Who
patton Biliousness, Sick lleadat drowning man would haya little Lands in the World
'e \was now too near the bridge to I wonderful in its effects and relieves is Bemis?
aw for a method of rescue which
che e i momentum of,his train. The tbe expectant mother of incredible suffering Dyspepsia is quick and cure. wonld require days. A dyspeptic situated in the beautiful -
n81 from and robs the final hour of confinement Simmons Liver Regulator a I
his plunged
engine medicine. d" .n'\ want to bottler with a remedy foothills of Central
the of its dread and terror and valuable family At tho post.
t, of the bridge into the dark pain is that I is going to take weeks to show its
J. M. Rollins, Fairfield, Va. California. Earliest l i
water t the St. Johns, followed bv fully attested by the experience of happy beneficial effects..

the I and other cars piling one mothers all over this continent. The Mount Lebanon Shaken.are Ripe Fruit, highest prices -

upo }ther. The momentum was A penusal of the book will convinceany Who Is Bemis? Offering a product under the name of and freedom from

broke tho rear portion of the lady and the use of "Mother's i Bha1ler DIKf'stive Cordial which fie.de: : ,

train w ptd. Engine 24 received Friend" cause bet to become its enthu- Notice to Tax- : immediate relief. The very first doe Frost. For full information -

her bapt '0 a L depth of water 27 feet, siastic friend, blessing the hour when proves beneficial In most eases;and it I* address or call

where coned to await her resurrection first she heard of it and was Induced to You are hereby notified that s owing to theIr unbounded confidence

her went down to death use It.Send. beat Preceut No., t : In it, that they have put 10 cent sample I WOOD CITRUS COMPANY,
City, I
bar faith engineer, his fireman your name and address to The bottles on the market. These can I
18th 18US.Georgetown .
wood.pas ad the man tn charge of Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta Ga., ruary Precinct No.2, bf had through any druggist; ; and it Porteville, Tulare Co.,

the Stock, ether with the three and receive in return, free this excel- ruary 11.Drayton. will pay the afflicted to invest tbe California.

Lone& 3 3omitable mule alone lent book, "To Expectant Mothers," Island, Pn duct No. 2 trifling sum necessary t omake a trial ...

survived. of containing information of value to all ruary 12Norwalk The Shaker Digestive: Cordial re
i the light morningcame No.3.Fe
,Precinct >
Ileve the stomach and aids i
by resting
it rev a sight seldom seen atrailway ladies. Welaka, Precinct No. 4, log the digestion ot food. IF YOU WANT JI

wrefy larger dimensions Thf Proper Time Como, Precinct No. 5, I i
thd. Pomona, Precinct No. 6, I 7HEBEST
Out upon water of the river ,
When the most benefit is to be derived 21st. :SOTICJS FOR PCBLICATTOK.

floated fragriL of broken cars, from a good medicine, is early In the Satsuma Precinct No.7, I GARDEN ,
boxes of me & the LAST Omcx AT OAISMTILLE Fix t
ise while No. 8
San Mateo, Precinct ,
Februirj 18.18ICI.! f
stocl This is the season when the in your neighborhood this season i
of the year.
top protruded the nose ",OTICE IS HEREBY GWEN THAT THE
And long eaT! the historic mule. fired body, weakened organs and nervous 27th.For the pupose of receiving GIN PHOSPHATE 1> following named Mttler baa filed notice of PLANT OUR FAMOUS I
his intentioa to make final proof la rapport :
for boildin Returns 18%. All ,
His loud and system yearn a -up for of his clam and that Mid proof will be made
tIDuons braying medicine like hood's Sarsaparilla. please meet me. Will cure Kidney Troubles, Nervous before Clerk Circuit court, at falatfca. Fla., en "
Branded the ma1 w l funeral dirge of W. M WILLIAMS Disorders, Indigestion. For sale by APRIL 14. 1X06. I I
Many wait for the open spring weather, LOEB D. RIXGIIAM Tit: John IUdau bc. of Jvhacon. Ha.; Hd.l : : I II
the unhappy eceVne rescued Tax i
was i 1 R i.Sot the wy! of tvV.. See. X Tp. It 8. H. i
and sun lives to',the plow throughShe and, tn fact, delay giving attention to M. J. MuwnT, Tox RAT. 23 E. hit I aD of which i are described and illustrated t
lie acmes the following w1taeMe to prove '
sandy sod at their.pbyslcal condition} long that along ori-1J' continuous resident upon and coltiraUon of I in our beautiful and entirely .
''on sprinfft liege of sickness is Inevitable. To L 1) EATON M. J raid land, Tl>: femme J. Vaaae. of Johntoa.' New Catalogue for 1896. A new
Steam hoisting'ninerTt accom- Fla.John D.Vaaie.of Johnson. Fla John T. feature this season Is the Free de
noted rid the system of the impuriries accumulated NOTICE.The Johnson,of Johnson Fin 8amMl ;;. Baztey
panted by 'J, were brought of Edgar fla.te2 livery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to
here from SavanmThe dead were during the winter season, to City Tax Book for 1895 is now I J.M.BAKCO any Post Office. "New Catalogue
burial. Then< purify the blood and to invigorate the open and all Taxpayers are notified !-hr Bcgister.PIWITAR..SYRUF II we wiQ mail on receipt of aZtmtsbmp.ortothoseWbOWilItate

given ears and whole system, there is nothing equalto that a discount of three percent win ,
-imoet of the subma merchandise Hood's SarsaparUla. Don't put it off, Omcx-FJtT BLOCX. r.u..ro. b- allowed on all taxes paid':before. where they saw this advertisement

"ras recovered. But 'ne 24 OTer but take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. It MARCH 1, 1896. .1 ," Catalogue wffl be mailed Free I
matched the hoist wer aDd re- will do you good. Read the testimonial Residence-Corner Main and I ENJ. MORGAN, ? iy S t JaM Colds HEDERSON
&.c L
malned on the floor published In behalf of Hood's Offlc H iill
caUfish e St. Johns sarsaparilla, all from reliable, grateful .p.... aclar--UoJp.m. ...,esona.. .....1I'.y...

tirer. her Hug checkered ,eUnrtl people. They tell the story ,Uae J'aUeQU man.from Offlo a dicuoc fionmlttUon CM' be tn ttefttM*. t,< Ip:: -& I J.-...... ., 1
l board; f. -..
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