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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: March 6, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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THK rATATKA PAIATKA WKLKLY HERALD TIMES EdabWb,EtuMUhed '

s i Steamer Crosses Saw Grass Late Highest of all in Leavoling Power.Latest U.S. ov'tReport

The steamer Alligator," of the Lucas

MARCUS LOEB & COI WSIMMONS Line arrived in port Saturday night Bakin "

with Commodore A. J. Root and Mr. oVal 1 ,"
1 James A. Moore,who have for the past

forty days been exploring the lower St.
'Johns. The steamer was in commandof Powder
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Captain Ling Rosignol and Engineer. + ".

I Ferris, and succeeded in traversing the
I* REGULATOR I| saw grass region farther than any AB&OUUTEI.Y PUKE '.:

.. I steamer several
previously, although

: attempts of exploring parties have Miss Anne f aylorhas returned bra '.
GOODFOREVERYBODY I been made. Several Indian mounds Who is Bemis? New York and Baltimore where &e> :

i were explored,and many relies secured has been attending the grand opts
and everyone needs it at all times of the The Guards Entertainment
year. Malaria Is always about, and the by the party. Tuesday evening the Gem City of millinery in the interests of Mas

only preventive and relief is to keep the The "Alligator" was successful in Guards at their Armory held Kate Lucas. Altos Lucas win induce -
'" a com
Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit, going as far south as Saw Grass Lake, all the latest spring styles.
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petitive prize drill, after which an informal *
-' and the best helper is the Old Friend,SIMMONS passing through Lake Washington, a -
LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.eMr. beautiful, clear sheet of water six milesin hop was indulged In by those JIcLarty Bro:*. Closed.
C. Hlmrod, of LancasttrOhio, length by three miles in breadth, who desired to dance. Music was fur Through aa execution issued oat .f

says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke averaging In tli eat parts twelve feet. nished by Ileston's orchestra. There the Circuit Court, McLarty Brother

a case of Malarial Fever of three Lake Washington is 160 miles couth was present a large crowd, including: : were closed by the Sheriff Tuesday,

years' standing for me, and less than of Sanford. It has always been supposed many visitors.In add the stock, consisting of dry goal,

t one bottle did the business. I shall use that this lake was the "watershed" the individual competitive drill etc., will be sold on the first Moofey
it when in need, and recommend it." the medal was awarded to Sergeant W.
of the St. Johns, the current in April. The execution was fasueito
Be sure that you get It. Always look for P. House for excellency in the manual
N from this point running toward both satisfy a judgment of &the East Florida
wYr' the RED Z on the package. And don't I of arms. The contest was an excitingand
the north and south, but these gentle Savings and Trust Company of tfc&
the word REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS close one but Sergeant House's
forget ,
,
men found the current northwardeven city. The many friends of this old aid
LIVER REGULATOR, and there is knowledge of tactics, together:; with his .
firm in withthem.
as far south as they went. popular are sympathy
only one, and every one who takes it Is coolness, was too much for his com' L "
The fishing and hunting in and +
sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS petitors. This is the second time he _...
i around Saw Grass Lake is reported Lobe
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for has won the trophy.E. .
Who is Bemis?
excellent, with any quantity of fish
!.. Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are E. Haskell, Hkj., presented the
ducks and wild CommodoreRoot
caused by a sluggish Liver.J. game.
medal to House
.1L Zeilln & COM Philadelphia.The and Mr.Moore are responsible tor Sergeant in a few appropriate -, When nervous iad run down; wbn
the story that an eighteen-inch moccasin remarks. the blood is Oat of order; when joa
C)ut I. I.' ). feel languid and tired from .
Cantata snake was taken from the stom- BOND'S no apparent
immense cause, take Sarsaparilla aol
e The rehearsals ach of an eight and one-half pound It
heldat
of the Cantata Celery CompounJ. cures Scrofofe \
trout, while from anoth er a large snipe stock of Dry Goods will Bolls. Eczema and all diseases of tt.
+C the Armory every Monday and Wed- was extracted. Being gentlemen of blood. Cares Nervon* Exhaustion ail
nesday evenings ale progressing: finely, be sold cheap for cash.S. Hysteria. Made only) br U. II. Bo_cf 1\0
undisputed reliability, we do not at-
& Co., Baltimore, Ud. For sale by f
and promises, under the thorough and tempt any criticism on this statement. E. BOND. Ackerman & Stewart Palatka.Fla. .!
competent drill of Mrs. Mitchell, to bea They may be enabled to produce hissnakeshlp'
R. FALL AND WINTERLO'THING complete success. Mr. Hengeveld'smagnificent akin. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. M. J. Lipsey has purchased the \,

voice and commanding The crew of the "Alligator" brought Sunday) March :8. Preaching at 11a. bakery of Joseph R. Dunn, and took
.m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme: charge Monday. John is a first-claw .
shows him to be Inch back
presence every 1,000 pounds of pickled fish, representing
the King, while Mrs. Stewart aa Queen in numbers over COO of the "Judging.$ Evening: "Things that baker and a good fellow. We venture
I cost too dear," a talk to young men. that he will increase his already largo .
sings the light pretty music In a most de- finny tribe. The largest fish capturedwas '
ightfnl manner, her high notes soaring a ten and a half pound bass. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer patronage.

above the chorus clear as a bird. Miss The point reached by the party was ]meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Pain bu no show with Dr.Ufles Pita PJDft ;,

lobie as Prophetess, and Mrs. Adamsas !in the vicinity of St. Sebastian, forty. --- ..,.

Maid of Honor, will surprise every I.five miles northeast of Lake Okee
one by their fine singing and spirited chobee. Have Your Eyes Examined

acting Miss) Anderson as Zenith is in

every way satisfactory.A Venice .
TarWith ...
cordial invitation is hereby extended .
,.., Honey
MEANW to any singers who might like to ,, S r If you W

BEGIN TO COME IN ILE;'WE WILLSELLALL join the choruses. We believe Mrs. t CURES .t.B JLSpecialist 7=t... .Wish.

... Mitchell folly understands about what } .
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If you have a cough try one bottle
our singers can do and what our public T Satisfac
and be convinced, at ACXXRMAK: & i -
like. The Guards are to be congratu- tion.
STZVABT'S and C. J. GABRETT'S.Seed ',
lated in securing her help on this occa- 4 1'
LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTHINGANDENTS' sion.I ; ,3 M :
Chufas and .!. 1l .,.
'It. ANTm-L&ve, energetic partyto

greatest handle Typewriter.Densmore", Money"The In world's it forright Other Field Seed, =:: "W. J& :IBEIMIXS: : e.k ,

party. We rebuild Typewriters At C. J. GAiui rr's Druz Store
FURNISHING GOODS of all makes; works as good as new fe2S-" Corner Lemon and Furt h etc OF MONTPELIER, VERHOUNT,
Satisfaction guaranteed.Main ..
office Atlanta, Ga. Has openedCa permanent office on Lemon Street, Palatka where he will V*
GEO. Di. FOLGER & BRO., PINE TAR SYRUP pleased tosee all wishing his services. He carries a large line of SPECTACLE

fe21.1JeLand., Fla. Quickly cures Coughs and Colds and EYE GLASSES all the latest Styles and Patterns, and will adjust tbs '

Peek's drug store, corner Second and lenses to accuriately fit each eye. Lenses fitted to your old bow if preferel

; AT COST Who is Bemis? Lemon streets.Leghoi'ii. All,1 work warranted. Hundreds of recomendations on application. .

Installation U. R K. P. "

Palatka Division, No.I, Uniform
I Rank, K. of P., installed the following Eggs. ONE MOMENT'S THOUGHT

officers Wednesday evening:
Yow is the time *o set Hens.
vour
Sir Kt E Lucas.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A FULL L'NE Captain-J.
Sir Kt Lieutenant-Jesse E. Burtz. I have PURE WHfTE LEGHORN
'\ ,4: Sir Kt Herald-IL'A. Davis. EGGS at 50 cents per setting 13 eggs. .
Sir Kt Treasurer-W. S. Burdette. J. IL DORSEY, ,." ., a.r .... a*
Sir Kt Recorder-C. J. Bolinger.Sir fellP.. O. Box Ill. Palatka. -... a
Knight Guard-U. E. Dickens.Sir t YTr a <
Knight Sentinel-W.R. Ransom.
WASTED !
OF LADIES'OXFORD The Division is in a flourishing condition ss M

several new members having Florida Lands. Must Be Truss .

been recently initiated. ;
1 : Cheap for Cash. r .
6 g-F.xnnT TYrEWRITEll RETAIRXG. -
Work guaranteed. Typewriter Describe fully in detail and be ezrtfdt :

TIES and SLIPPERS. Supplies moderate prices. Typewriters as to the improvement!. AlsoS.te

bought, sold and exchanged-: size and condition of buildings if Will Convince you that this is th 'Triers you should Wear Moet Economies'!', I
We Sole Southern Dealers Den,
are -
more, "The world's greatest Type there are any. Address, Convenient and ComfortaMe. Tor Unquestionable Tetimooia call on I
writer." wanted. J. C. PRICE, I
Agents -
C. J. CARRETT Druggist ;
Maine office. Atlanta. Ga. fell TilE FAIR, Chicago, Ill. ,
GEO. M. FULGER &'BRO.. Cor. Lemon and Fouth Streets, Palatka, Fla. "

fe21 DsLand. Fla. N. B. PEDFECT:: FIT GAR MONET BaFOxDw. I
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I IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES FOR SALE. 'lTEJtD1R =
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WANTED I .
-- Mr. Geo. E. Gay Xomuated. I Preparatory. to transforming the Folk

....", PLOIUDA PJIOPE11TY The Republican Convention met lu I building into a grocery *:\'re, Walter ..
.' !. Lots in Palatka the colored Masoaie Hall Tuesday Thomas is having some eii t>'n tve' improvement -
'! made. The : will be
In exchange for CHICA3O: PROP evening last, and placed in nomination \11.lel
;.: complete in boat two weeks'
for Mayor George E. Gay. The meeting -!
I ERTY and WESTERN LANDS -_.
differed in its conduct from former
|I An dmgUU sea Dr.Itftea'1f..e tt..tea.
Describe PcB SA7.E
fully. ,. conventions of this kind. It was free j'

DE3. OB. RCXX", from any disturbance or conflict of Summer Goods, in all
On Long Time to Parties opinion, and every one seemed conscious :
feil- Norwalk Fla. of the fmportanee of the approaching t Styles and Pretty Pat-

Who will Improve Them citv election. Important not I Pricesat
w NOTICE.The terns, at Lowest
only from a desire to secure the election -!

City Tax Book for 1885 h now fell-U MARTIN GRIFFIN. of the nominee,but to mate a !est S. E. Bond's.

open and all Taxpayers are notified of the new election law.
that a discount of three per cent. will __..._. I Miss Harriet Grace Ko ertaoo, a.

be allowed on all taxes paid before HOMESTDDY. One bottle) of Venice Tar with lousy I I i charming and agreeable ". uttgl J,,!yo/

IA.RCH 1, UENJ.1806. E. MORGAN, will core your ceugb. :/Tlrv it and be i i ieoavtaoed. Chicago, u IB Palatka, a ,:ue IiI& of MIL
fe4-td City Tax Collector. To be had a?Ackenaan & \Ii G. W. M. Williams. )1-8" Ro!>erteoi

-- Stewart's and C. J. GwreU's dru$ is well trieasei with liond: >t mod expresses -
One llniulrcd Lessons Htoree. her intention of -fioahnni aK

L. 1) EATON, AI.M I). In any of the Common Branches IIeM08. ....._ '
given by man for only FIVE DOL- Who is Bemis? -

LARS. .' PINE TAR S\RUP ,. '
HOMEOPATHISTOrncz Special attention to R. Cairnes G. C.* and Geo. C. Cole; ... rQeiekly
persons preiar.ing
for the STATE TEACHERS' EX- P. D., will leave Sunday morning via ", cues Coegha and,
Biome, rALATKA.FuLResidence' AMINATION. G. S. & F. for ApalachU-oU. to attend Feedm: store, 's.. .

MARCUS LOEB& CO. Comer Main and First St. Satisfaction guaranteed. Send a the fourteenth annual session of the Lemon streets .. _
I ,
omee Hoon-a.ro a.m.l, te J p..m.aD4 1.30'p.m. 3-cent: stamp for a Trial Leeson. Grand Lodge, KofghU of Honor. "' :
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Snadays-l to Ip.m. Address L I. HIMES, Manager I
i u eats from adlua eau be treated t&ronrhLbanuUl. Who is Bemis?
Oboe confdUUon f nt. ap JuS- Palatka, Fla. Who is Bemis?
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THE TIMES-HERALD.MARCH. 6, 1896-: t

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County and City Directory. l r**r n nAf

FEDERAL POINT. LDDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MDSIG HOUSE S
COUNTY OFFICERS:
Corrwpondence Times-Herald. Judge Criminal Court of Record. -W. H .c As Woman

Starch 2. Sa"Van.nab.: Ga, Wlgg.
FEDERAL POINT County Solicitor-B.P.Ca'houn.Cl f

Last week, February 24, Mr. and -- rk-J'.N. BlackweO.Judx is theBurden

lfn Wm. Boynton celebrated their ESTABLISHED 1870. Counts Court-H.I.Coxe. ,w 1r"

wedding day of forty rears asp. The THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE Chairman County Commissioners".J,Kennerly. C. H.W.Gllchrlst Thompson,John Bearer

neighbors and friends turned out "en Hancock.John llam). The Board meets the
of the SOUTH
ma***" in the evening of that day to ... first Thursday in each month. the world over--she should economize
Clerk Circuit Price
their congratulations bringing THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWN Court-Joseph ti
extend DO YOU KNOW Sheriff John W.Ilagan. her time and strength.

numerous presents; among others, was PIANO besides! the other renowned' makes, which we handle since yean? County Collector Frank C. Blaachard. t

abtrge fine rocking chair, which wasi4entrd Do vou know that we have our own Factory ID New York, employ our County Treasurer. L LClenthaL
skilled workmen and can give you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR
own County Assessor-W.it.'Williams.
F. Tenney \
to them by J. OLDITJM'Washing
MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE? Supervisor of Registration. Merryday..
who made a short but eloquent address We refer to the LUDDEN & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully invite BOARD OF PUBLIC L 8TRUCTIO .

to tbe couple, after which a procession comparison.We Dr. E. S. CriD, Chairman John H. Green,
WM formed, and all hands marched are proud of the Piano that bear our name. YQU will be proud and II.J.Fowler. Thos. W. Ralph, Secretary.: W Powder
to Superintendent Board of Public Instruction-
pleased possess oner ,v
into and around the spacious packing
bouse that: stood joining; to the musicof EASIEST TERMS. LOWEST PRICES. Thos. W. Ralph.CTTT OFFCERS. helps her do just this and yet do all

Professor Hasan's band. Then followed Jacksonville Branch, GEO. E. BRADNACK, Mayor-BenJ.J.Grooms. h work as it should be done. It lets

18 W. Bas at. Manager City Clerk-R H. Cooper. -
dancing and refreshments until CHAS. E. ROWTON. Sole Agent for Palatka. Assessor Peter Gardner. --- the sunshine of leisure enter the household -

the "wee sma' hours" warned |the Collector-Dr.B. E. (orpo. I ". and drives away the

happy guests that "time flies" and 'l'reaIurer-George Weller. gloom of drudgery. All
Police M.J.Trueman.
Chief of
'
home awaited them. ALTER A WOOD Chief Fire Department-Ch as.E.Rowton grocers sell GOLD DUSTin
of twenty chartered -
On the 25lh a party large pkgs. Price
made GEM CITY GUARDS. 2SCeTHE
the steamer: Putnam and a

trip to the Gem City and attended the w. TTJBTJLAB STEEL MOWER. Company H.C,11 FourtJ1l\att&1Jon.:.DKMONTHOLLIN F.8.,Captain.W. T. N. K. FAIRBAK COMPANY, Chicago, SI Louis, Rev York. Boston Ph hdl his.

concert given for the benefit of the P. HOUSE, 0.8.

library Association.t .

: F. T. Priest and family, Mrs. O. J.' BENETOLEXT AND OTHERMAHOXIC. 8OCIrnES. ---I

Smith and Walter' Spooner made a trip .
Palatka Lodge, !lo. 34, F. & A. M_Meets
to Daytona last week. Mrs. Smith will First. and Third )Monday nights la the month The Little Putnam Saloon.

visit Eecka, and Mr. Spooner will probably at,:30 o'clock.
WALTER THOMAS, W.M.LOUIS .
visit calm Beach before they return I. FALK, Secretary.

Miss Peck, of Hastings, has beenon ,
Putnam Chapter,No.9, R.A. M,-Meets Sec
a visit to Mrs. D. Wheeler. Miss ond and Fourth Monday Nights. Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH

Kinney, of Kinney,has paid us a flying W. P. ,H.P. -

visit. She came to attend the ovation THEO 'DERSOY,8ecretar'J.
All the Latest and Most Improved Bar Fixtures.
to Mr. and Mrs. Boynton.
: Ti. Council of R.& 8. U. Palatka No. fr-Meets ,
:
Geo. A. Paine has left for Nashville, dr : fourth Wednesday each month. A Finely Assorted Stock of

Tenn, where he will purchase eggs fora E. E. IIASKELL,T.L U.31. .
W. P. ANDERSON Rec.PALATKACOMMA.iDERY..
Boston house. Wines Whiskies Beer Domestic and Imported Cigars, Tobaccos Etc., Etc.
I confess to a feeling of great satisfaction No. B. K.T.

over the action of our National 4 I vztgg&i: *. 8r. Kt. T.B. ANDERSON Sr.Kt.E.E.,Recorder.IIASKELL E.C. O JE3L.: lEHlEieieiErK-s:: :: : IP.ROFLLetnon

Senate and House of Representatives
JN
insurrection. I Itrtooa' <- Order of the pastern: -Star-Meets third and Street, Palatka, Fla
in regard to the Cuban fourth Thuradavs of each month.
will accord MATTiE McLARTY,W.M.
trust that government
our
MAUDE V. McKKNZIE. Secretary.All .
the Cubans belligerent rights and I of above in Masonie Hall corner Lemon
Perfected for 1895 continues to lead all other makes and Front streets.
i t tee no just cause by such action for a I Florida Contra! andPeinsnlar RailroadShort
for strength durabtUyt of draft and case of
war with,Spain. I do not want a,fight ,. J lightness L O. D. F.
.
with that nation; her early history may management:. Pioneer Lodge,No.S3.1,0.O.F<-Meets every

; be marked with blood, but her indomitable This .Mower the culmination of over 40 years' Tuesday T.W.RALPH night. Secretary.I,. C. STEPHL S,N.G. Line Between Florida and all Northern

911 energy marks her.:-as ,once, the experience. Send for Catalogue.. .. Members of the Fraternity when visiting the Points.

moet bnilhant of nations. We owe her city are invited to meet with us. : .. '

the discovery of this continent and VERTREES,:: &' CQ., r. KNIOHTS HONOR. ONLY 138 MILES BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND JACKSONVILLE

the first Instruction of Christian method General. Agents Palatka Fla. Harmony Lodge No, 2767-JJeett First and

0 *. Third Wednesday of the month. EVERETT SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA 6A, COLUMBIA; WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE,
'i W. H WARREN, Dictator.J. }
I kayo been taken to task for attending ..DONNELLY,Reporter PHILADELPHIA. HEW ''VORKBOSTON. ANB1 THE-: EAaT ; '

political1 convention VERTREES & CO. 1
a republican
ETtreU'Mcon.Atlanta,;
LoulsTille.
K. OF P. ChgtanooBa.Nub.1UeJ Clncianati/'CJ eago. which* held in Palatka on the 20th :Everett,Birmingham, Hon prlngs Memphis,Little Rocks Xausu *
was St.Johns(Lodge, No.s, K.of P -Meets every 51ou ID Lyt1,8 L rile Chicaw..

nit., because there were colored men WHOLESALE( DEALERS IN- Thursday t. C. J. BOUNOEB, C. C. River%CltJ.Junction,rensacola.JXfUe. i ,New Orleaa*,Texas.Mexico,California and Faciflo Cosst.
and colored presided J.B.OOYlELLY.K.R.8.
there a man over
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 6 1896.
Uniform Rank K.of P.No.4-Sleets for drill ,
the meeting. It may be that my action Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal anMATERIAL Grits every Second and Fourth Wednesday knights,at

and that of numerous other white men Armory. sits'e NEWYORKLIMITEOlandNEWi
A. C. HAM RICK,Sr. Kt. Captain. .nasra Its
of as Rood or better standing than myself FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER' SPECIALTY W. L. RILES, Sr.Kt.Lieut, 4 0 8 a,, t YORK FAST MAIL

was greatly in error by attendingthat Orange Box Material. Palatka Fla.r5r"Also. IMPROVED ORDER or RED MEN. : Leav.Jacksonvills ll-OOa.rn.i6.50Dm: '

convention, and as far as that OKKEHirxxtK TRIBE,:No. 15Prof, C. L a tC
General Agents for Tedders, Hay Rakes, (Binders and ilateria Rowton; D. Llchleltner Sachem: C. Lnnlg, .cow daily:with Throneh Pullman Sleepers: fore
meeting was concerned, acting in con- Beam je21-tf Senior sagamore; Jeff pagan, junior 1 Baga- ilia! tut, timore Everett: Barannah.Colombia.WaRhinirton.Bal
W.B.Nugent. Chief ot Records Henry Philadelphia. New York Boston and all
with the colored of this more ;
cert people Eastern
-- Mervin.. KM nf YV&mnnm.Ueots e .c points Arrive JackJonrlU'M a. m.
county but if in error I don't know first lour Monday nights in each month. .,t.., ONLY LINE TIIRO'Gt 'THE BEADTim.
ciliate the colored man however but I Visiting brethren coral sdlv invited to attend. t F T U ,, 31 HILL COUSTBY or MIDDLE L01UD*.
world I "ew
it. I didn't make this nor anything as rtNSACOLAandESCAMBU. BAT.
of humanity the old habit is so firmly rooted that it G.A.R. v 4H dr
the balance
Like .
In it. Dr. Du Shoa's Leave Jacksonville 9.25
cannot be eradicated, and the same old Veteran PolL No.%, Department of Florida F ., .. a. m
all the
I came on earth Just as Meets! third and fourth 0
the Thursday nigh c. For Lake Ure
L a Cltr Oak.
Madison.
rest did-both black and white. I was stigma of "nigcer" will be impotently Poet Room in second story frill's Hlock. r IXONTI1ff Tallahassee. Hirer Junction Pensaoola.Moortoelto MobUe
employed until the democracy will get II Pearls 4ife O. L. FOX. Commander.S. .
born and raised an American and as each a defeat by and by as will learn .S.NUGENT.Adjutant. -0 and New Orleanj, till""
the Southwest }( ,
each believe in the doctrines of Ame- a trg nleo CUifornla and the
them a wholesome lesson of a life'sduration. Pacts CDaAt. Cantles tiJeeper. ArriresJack-
rica. I was also instructed in the tenetsof J. F. The remit of 3 4 rsan E. WINDISCH ,M*flax f, y Mnrine7JOa.m.
practice andrssearclx 1
Leave
the Christian religion, and led to 40 la* aa smlnent pbyii- -DEALER IN- e Jacksonville 9.45 a. m.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. clan and IUCCI.JJ: specialist, la: con Y w Z l 0 o t 14 For Starke Hawthorne Silver Spring Ocala
view all men as the creation of one ; q ne,.. a. t" SiSSHh Cedar Key WUdwood ,
Tsnleat form for suffering hnmanlty. FOREIGN 'AND DOMESTIC FRUITSI B.ee.burg
.
The Best Salve the world for Cuts :
I in > f+...: Tavarej, .Or1aDlo. Lacooch e,Dade City
God. I have never discovered any peculiar THE PRINCE OF NERVE TONICS. PlantcatrLamps Arrive Jacksonville m.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, ; VITu.w TOBACCO. GIOABS. t .. ; p.

qualities in my own person of Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, known THE to man-EST&PHYSICAL remedy when.vernMnglM v"d M CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
euch a delicate or angelic nature that 'i her failed. For loss of NERVE force. Candy Confections. I t'1 r Leave Jacktonvtfe 7.00
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- NERVOUS DEBILITY weakness of the ))1apflat .4 Dm.
they would suffer any especial injury VITAL POWERS, NEBVOLS PR08TRA. and
Ortngeojln q11&DtitJpacked shipped on
ions and PileS any .
positively cures or no TION male female. For IMPOTENCE LORIDA Cud .
in or
I to Derform life's labor alonesiue 1 short notice. ? Tom.. Nashville LonisvlOe Cult
-
were .
It is to and bad habits
pay required. guaranteed give \I the result e(indiscretions a- 1 eap aDd! an points North and W.\ Arse
,
of the balance of humanity. As an f erf ect satisfaction,money refunded for nsl Paralysis Weakness actual of all kinds threatened: for Bladder; for Sex and The lcelebrated Indian River Pineapple an rEiIhULAR R.R. .,\L Jacksonville 8JO aun.

, American citizen I have been led to rrtce 25 cents per box. For sale by Kidney Troubles; for early decay and Bananas on hand. and Connections,
Ackerman & Stewart druggists. physical failure. All Inquiries will be AU eoods.warranted fresh and sound, -vetlb. aLei Holly Springs Route-ST- LOUIS;KANSAS
despise aristocracy, and to recognize cheerfully! answered if stamp is enclosed.! If TVITfDISCn erZur or. rLsaa'
E.
send SI to CITY CHICAGO
druggist does cot keep them ese
nothing but true worth and manhood DREAMS OF DRESS. your Corner Lemon and Second -.. ...w.., a a

wherever found; and in attending this DU-SHONUEDICINE COMPANY,
Fancy taffeta silks will be in high rogue Lock Boa 4M,ATLANTA C A. LEA r JACKSONVILLE 7CO! p. m. via Macon Atlanta, Birmingham. Hour 8prtDp
Republican Convention I fail to see the coming season. I Memphis.Springfield. Kansas City St. Louts Chicago!isioux City Only one change to fit

wherein the principles of the Republican Incipient panniers are appearing upon iiijNo I Louie and Chicago. Arrive Jacksonville.45a.m.

party are made tyiworthy of my models for spring gown I 6.40 p TV-Local for River Junction and Intermediate points. Arrive JackaonvBIe UO p. m
because the of this Smooth surfaced ladies' cloth will take Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowderWorl4' 7-30 p.n>-'or Tampa Jintermediate points. Pullman Sleepers. Arrive JacksonvUl
support negroes (JO a.m.
.Fair Hlzbest Medal and Diploma.
first rank this fabric for elegant -
spring as a well Is half done
and begun Begin a For MACON and ATLANTA TWO TRAINS DilLT. Leave Jacksonville
State have the good lens penetration gowns for visiting, church and dinner well by gelling trrrj'n Srtds. JO a.ni.aad7W. pan

to advocate the same political wear. E. C. LLYSIGN Don't your crop let ,chance but plant Uet terry's rmiue I Pullman Sleepers 01 all Night Trains.
effects In satins silks and Beeda. Known and sold
Changeable ,
principle as myself. I am fully aware
Send for Beat Indexed Township Map of Florida to
silk and wool mixtures will continue to be -- OF- everyw here.
of the fact that the self-styled Democrat Before getFerry's
the correct fashion, notwithstanding their yon plant 8. PENN INOTON.Trallle"Manager. A. O. H1CDD\ELL: Gea. Pa.&c.I" .
*of this State dab the Republican prolonged favoritism.In The Bit Coffee Pot !1Gr Send Aiuua 1N.

1 party as the "nigger party," and the Venetian and pompadour laces, chiffon for It9d. Contains more praotical -
Information for farmer
I "white man's party"-as a reproach point d'esprlt and silk wrought mons- A Full and Complete Line of and gardeners than many high-* THE IMPROVED ADMCCISTRATQgS KOTICB.
\ selalne de sole the graceful and picturesque STOVES LIGHT HARDWARE and priced text books. Mailed free. To whom it may Concern:
I on one side and a laudation on the ..m. rttit a Oa, mioiT.aiciLA
Marie Antoinette fichu Is now In the
TINWARE which must be sold. QIX MONTHS AFTER DATE:I will present tar
: i11M VIr }
other. The while man's party"" (I highest favor. stock I ll l O aceonmts-aad Toacber to the County Judge
Will pay to inspect this ,as keep : or Putnam County. Florida,and ask to\* dfi.
won't democratic for there-Is no Muslins, chiffons, lawns of every tint from
say nothing but the best of eveiytbin? charged Uw farther administration on the
democracy in them; ) has been in control and device and many other dainty varieties Plumbing Tinning and Gas Fitting' estate of Charles".Avery,deceased,late of said
,
.
of dog day attire now fill the shop'windows Greit Discovery County. j.) SPENCER
executed In tbe most !'tvlpruupMj
approved
of ibis Stale for several years but of fancy dry goods and Importing Sagest 18.1893. .Ldmu..atra&or..
and once aal.amWci1l
ai tow *
became fradultnt hour. of the city.
finally so upset by
m''f'f'. th* pace MSO of ,hliix VOODIHNE.n
Many of the ele antcolit.Dmes now worn
practices in their own ranks) IhM they are so striking and noticeable that It Is t''o"' ee Pet,.u Mrvet. betweenLAKE ( HEH MADE VIGOROUS

have been compelled to open the door Imperative to have the bonnet or hat en ; m.1'n... :'h:=+l Oily I'nna Saecessfil TTo4 Presenes.

and allow a living chain for other suit, or there would be a disastrous
mixture of colon and fabrics. ITS MANIFOLD USES -
parties to come in. The National
Soft doe kid or finely dressed suede Is CITY 0 M T%NM.ix-t will DOUBLE life of roost
Democratic has had control of port thl*./ wooiU.
party
noted open many of the expensive winter iii.t! .uo'y wool frtrrntr e drst and la_
our national affairs for a few )e.t.tt. gowns, being nerd for collars, little and r f'' r b/ L-ilin; raltrtMib for cnw -iMw and platfonaa
large Tens, cuffs, plastrons, bands and A MlTi K r NTAINI Will oak ml or tilsrti oak last longer W
; ,
with the result of complete stagnationof whit
whit oat UeII. Cn show eM two,sM*kyi p p. S sr Did!
also on Imported French bonnets. :
all: the business: of the whole coun .w.r. Ij yeah.Tests li.etan-,. .'- z to
gewarf. t.+rw wkea an
The detachable stock collars are a very extending over 12 years that are a* tth re rat:. .' ',rig er m rests is. n er.nd; oad
try, with a financial policy so weak and bandy bit of decoration. They are made Waters SO to 150 Pigs Daily. t........ .men seooeer l: vim.. saiwsetvf.ar*.
VabubM oa wooden boats, bottoms of vesAH .teed to Ciro ...eevo.m.I t iItnntl.cam. .
incompetent that the nation finds itself cf every sort of ribbon In satin, silk and psis.etm
velvet, in plaids of clan in tiny a primer. In many uses preferable>> to .
every ,
.
io debt million of dollars irclzht vulve.pnavs No and N : r tear r' r wed
Governed !
many gravity VfIAY.
by : --I oH : AaT
stripes and checks, In caah mere effects and L liWItlT ,tW4.errfe.. 14, t I', i,,
.. Vo lUtat to f>t> k: in toe1 Tilt mult all wood above v a0 4
to rnt < ponds goat oa -' -
'" of. : '-fad&
Which hen has the honorable t ( ; leI wo.
i t
rao
party & in Persian In chine or Dresden ywsaym
t'r
gauze patterns *viler gn".mi
mud and let out tank of w: Lisa II:a or wntrrWill I nr.l.i- ...of s fi *- .. atCan
rwoul'" 1 I deem it no disgraceto I ,ti t mLt-: dou.... Uf. of wood of any tied whrr.trlr l: .v. ha','e or.- others similarly ee carnisd e .
Chine and clnudllke ribbons for trimming c;.r' 1. ...:..,1.! ..; naa
rink
r'remain a tru'mbt-r of the Repubhcaa stair -: yalwbM for grape po'U, trncr" and otherki.l8 1Matt.e ,. U..
THIS nAClIL''IT..u \i? (ieaees+ e t % tea
spring hats show palm figures' on i' iu "r 110IO&- WHY :;:SE
cop
party The t :it that tbe negroes" of Persian and glace grounds. ftbadtc! leave J' rotalarjre, V.'Tr WK>\ work ahr>-it ..1'.."n,: dairy bouoIts. t_ thiring COOoI lcr.rarc and null EA'i Lib a.1:1/attaZL.J.r:,,. ;Xaeaw..is.
.
i .. .
....
this State aflLiau with that party fail in sateen broche Iridescent ribboes ; 1 doubledrinking For; or stable ixvl work fkiora.HOUS ui LuL huua.e. ', ..,,-:.>:til ttm"ttn tOTff nlIMT _. .'-.> rTTaa Sold
ACKERMAN
by & STEWART
change the j Iii t iiu'iples of the party or dered with velvet std exquisite ;bor-I / -..-. ". .- _. r.a.t..n."."Mr.isis. wbk c..ireenr.....wI wd gmm b.g&.0 is m.. ...1 so;:t sae nd0 .w.ear....
outlined with 1T r
patterns narrow a cup.to'ioid
'I;
etrtct from i I"- u.duIH' a*. The ue : C.--isaea mm CLOTBU; o* seta see !
bronxe.InVplte atot'ofliot, ... .
gold
or ; r M. M MM raSN* H mfarr of tile call to
-"o:: population <>f this Stile are native of the fact that the round waist '- r_--p""" filth,. water "I I:T\C. rci ; 3.SIn n "'W'sam: =_...._; .Wares tt ...ot ...... TheYigain
.
has prevailed for ceaaone K before a fresh supply rome* down. inset' 'c a : ian ',-I U .. ... ... lit ..... ia _... and rmlf...* Rostaurailti
i''ro citizens, kud have at many po- many past d awe........
come to us swain direct from Paris, Valve seat is in t Jvxly of water and aeta C'cent r I'<' HI ..... 1 :. .1\)1.\ ,.,. ta.e'. .sac:ri.oy-aa r_ onefanbapa i
!.'teal rights under our present jjovernr among typical styles for next season, aa a as a locknuCm.. be set to water two ..M!.; :X'''. f-\I"IJ: ;, .t..t...___IMT....amnmx...Aar Si Ms.ti.St.s.Aaawastub.. M LiDJES AND GE5TLEMES,

..'at as nn> other class of cUiMu.Tbcv continued and particular feat are of forthcoming pens at one, and can: be attached to a Ez.4 ss.tfd.\iaitt n.", ,. n: Agra..lse.t :u Mr*l>UumJ wk':4 ,

LaTe the right to asllfcte with any creations of the most dressy description. tank or barrel inn minutes. Works ..Ji;.:_.,,,.,,,,..,r.,..,.,.. w....'a.rtetatrd u IPIw....a.Ac. .. sad talaa .
y.w York Post successfully in winter. Y !Y.4ene M w.era ra r.. .v-w.ot.ee,.It bee."w European and American Plans
.,.. ..
asbt
d it for their benUrests We -- fq.er es.t b .to to.b IWrtoorr
;i-arty that tbey em Retail pn<<. :$3.it pay expressFountain w. 'S 1W..w+ 1.1,4 p..ess.btw from btf .ai.at.nuw.
address trial. Aad U yJ have Sb'nrt s ti Plat .s.'tai .. ftK > =
ta.b. vIM YtM
to on tr>
to join, and I fad to see how Hut any .. ,.. Wrs. L
q '-J mw <-.w.wlsWshOrWNa-.t. Formerly Managed by Hendrlcksoa
Price to be remitted by express agent .!_ ;131'" y:1'JStJu.rid .-..rti-r ..-1U"." > .""**** .*" .
arty caD be disgraced by theirI Wanted--Boarders I if satisfactory It costs nothiug to try. .... +31... :>> .* .._.aetfs...dwetwaaardbwy..eda.U.r7j has been reopened trailer Cntir: 'Sew. Manage.meat '
u U.L ,. :. .
a I 1Jf'J: TP'Y.i >'imr ule ((be Ira
know that: the Democratic : Send for one Agents wanted in every .. y.t.r :...... J.....s.4.sad tH IJJaWe W9fI4
Four male boarders; one of the finest locality. Order through ,implement ir r. !;i 'fo4Uaar work.t..b .r e b. oA t_lUte-&. Oysters Chops k Steaks to Order
,
X their votes, and the larger S....for CaU onaawf pvion,
.
locations in the State. Modern built dealer or I
*'fiin:" Is more from Jeal- city house, with a conveniences j bathroom STOCK FOUNTAIN CO., NM:.;=.;:..'_--: :; ::i'. ;* nn13 "' .; BLUFFTON Maaufutered.aly MFC.by CO. bad Reenter for the Meals asking.SS cents.Front sc.Meal.on.Tickets Putnam can be

htagonlsm to the etc use of horse and wagon. ,
negro ; _.
Sestkwesttee. Tfc:TB .a TiaztrSri. ee>>-U J. T. PAAFOKTH.Xaaaer.F .
Lake Cby Iowa. 4LliifFT@Is.
ofle. 31 1MB.
loiatre at this 1& .
bull dozing fails to con- -
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BAUEL: Cr TO DATE, EX1JE.'Slf GKEEXJJlvES.: l IIESVLta OP TilE CHEAXMIOXEIAG1TATIOX. THE FART or DIiC01T1r:11'. 1JU,1.U, JUrTi AM UUAetloi :}; iift+ACtS.

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Ir Comptroller F-ck els Explains Why ] Populists urge the farmers and Takes by Various Baards of

inside a Free Silver Conference. They Should De Retired. : Row Business Is Injured !by the workingmen to support the free coin- Trade. 1

r James H. Eckels, Comptroller of I Threat of Free Colua==:e. age candidates because the latter represent The National Board of Trade ia session j

the Treasury, has this to say oa the When the silverites are asked why the people who are discontentedwith at Waahtnttos, January 29. discussed 4

question of the retirement of green- the Central and South American Be- things in general. Thi plea for at some tenth the report of
backs: which with two the votes of the dissatisfied classes the committee to which hal been referred
publics one
or exceptions
It is difficult to foretell what IlJe have silver coinage, are not would receive more attention if the the several resolutions bearing
islative body will do with public men who make it could point out any the and -
any as prosperous as the United States, upon money currency question
question and especially one involving their invariable reply is : "Oh those possible way in which free silver submitted by a number of the

I the currency. There seems to be "always countries have no stable government would help to improve conditions. constituent bodies of the board. The

C 1 ci more general fear of Congresional ] Prosperity is impossible so long as industry Nobody supposes that everything in report states that the committee find
district sentiment when the money issue and commerce are unsettled by onr institutions is the very best that the unfortunate conditions which

is at stake than any other, and yet i frequent political revolutions, which can be had, for this is a progressive existed one year ago to be substantially

more prominent public men have been make life and property insecure." age and country, and progress conaists unchanged, aDd that "in the

relegated tc private life for giving This explanation of the backward in steadily improving upon old judgment of the National Board of

heed to this fear instead of following state of many of the Latin-American methods. A party which forces to Trade the establishment of a sound,

the dictates of their business judg- republics is doubtless to come extent the front useful reforms furthers the stable and efficient monetary* system

ment, than through any other single founded on facts. But the free coin- cause of civilization. is essential to the restoration 'confi.
of the
like that
Bat a movement
deuce and tha of in-
cause. under- prosperity our
advocates do not to
age seem
I The proposition to issue bonds to stand that in showing how the bad free coinage agitators, which is founded dustrial interests, and soon restorationis

pay the indebtedness of the govern conditions on blind discontent without Intel- an immediate and urgent duty of
1f effects of unsettled trade
t
r
.
a 1 4 ment tender ligent knowledge of the causes of imperfections Congress that the essential
7M represented by the legal retard progress iu other 'countries real ; provisions -
issues is one of the questions of the they are giving the best of reasons in society or the in such system should include

class which demands courage, and for condemning the fifty-cent and remedy for them is distinctly anti- the relief of the government by the

which, if treated purely politically, fiat money dollar agitation in this social in its nature. To propose, as retirement and cancellation of the

will, unless past history is reversed country. Ever since the scheme for silverites do, to benefit people who legal tender notes, unJer tate and

j. i r ? dispose of a number of preseut lead unlimited free coinage became an are poor by robbing others by upsetting proper conditions as to time and
bus-
ers. Theso evidences of debts ought issue in politico, the believers in sound the basis of thecountry's method ; also provision for the revision -

to be paid because they are now and i currency have protested that the iness interests or by bringing on i and extension of the aatioaal
have been under existing circumstances financial panic bankruptcy and poverty banking system ander conditions
threat to adopt a system which would I
more expensive to maintain! than tbe give us the silver standard and drive is a very queer way of'aiding the which will maintain our monetary
blind lead
payment of interest on bonds for their injuring discontented. If the the standard and ..000to the country a
oat of the was
gold
onr country
blind both will fall into the ditch of
funding would be. A close calcula- business and great loss safe and ample currency to takepine.
causing
tion shows that the Government would The national ruin. Far better would it be of the notes so retire"
to both and employed.
employers if the people who are dissatisfied) simply -
have been than better The yeti
more $90,000,000 possibility that debts contracted on a I report was adopted by a
off than it J 1879 staid where they are. To follow of a to 9.
now cn January, basis of one hundred cents to the
the greenbacks had been paid by toe silver the false guides ot free silerism and
in
dollar might be made payable !
issuing of thirty-year 4 per centbond dollars worth but fifty cent fiat money would only increase the The board of trade of Chicago at

*. Thus there is nothing in tile capita r evils of which they complain. its anrtual meeting on Junairy 14
&ment that this non-in- kept many owners It is probably true that a wise discontent the resolution
arj being a vesting it in vario industry I' adopted following :
1 is the motive human
terest bearing debt should therefore in which their moue was power-of Itaclved, That the board of brale of| tae
r'* I b. be delayed of payment. The witadrawal of progress. Ignorant or selfish discontent elly of ChlcA"o, ia annual meeting .mumbled -
Again) should be retired greatly needed. I which rushes into schemes of repudiation hereby petitions tho Con they this capital has ha-npered! manufacturing and unsound is United dtotM to at ones enact su h legislation -
through payment because under exist- make currency as be nfL to : -
and trade half nelpel to may eseaq perLu\o1entlJ r
.
ing laws whenever there is disturbance interest higher, and for b.e. of it fewer I the greatest hindrance to prosperity.The tlro: and oansni all United State Dotes
in onr business world the embarrassment American people are wise enough (;called green'watts< ) and trons. '.ry notes
men have oeen emplovaiv.an* wages to know that of kiekers who (called Sherman notoa) in or:>r to prevent
Genesis 4. And they said, go to, let us build op a city and a lower is made twofold greater by rea- a party
have, therefore, been lover; This is disaster to business ant to ."Z' :Wrle the
whose top may reach unjo Heaven : son of the doubt of the proper pay all certain thst men will not have nothing better cr as gOd to honor of our co.m ry.ResohreJ .
as as
7. !(And the Lord said). Let as go down, and then confound their language ment by the Government of these demand undertake in a conn- I offer for the money system they Tnta0opy of they> resolutionsbe
that they cay not understand another's speech. obligations and the large enterprise trying to tear down is not fit to ar.1 sent to the President of tno Senate and
currency which there ii danger that .
try in a Speaker of the Hou of R'jpre-x'utatives and
8. So the Lord scattered them abroad from thence the face of all trusted.
upon taking through them of cold from the
their property may ba confiscated by I each Senator and Rspreseatatlvii in Con-
the earth. Government for export It is absurd : gives: from thi State.
an arbitrary governmentIt Tiriaia against; free Mirer.
that the Government should be the
ought to be evident to &:1yone
SHALL CIIA3UE. thousand who would buy an article one source of supply for the gold that who will look as impartially ou the af- The Virginia House by a vote of 19 The board! of t ado of New Bedford.:

a high price when he could get one all people want. fairs of this nation as on those of an to 37 refused to ask Virginia's representatives Mass, on January 14, voted to adopt,

Cheap money means dear *as good at a lower price. What It is cow such and will continue otner country, that? whatever tends to in Congress to vote for the the report on tits nation's finances oe

Try as the-ma", the silverites would not do as individuals they to be such until there is create doubt in men's minds as t) Senate frse-coinage substitute. If Hon. William. Cr po chairman oC

dodge this simple fact. The free not do as a nation if they knew a radical change in our currency sys their reaping the fall reward of their Senator Daniel, of Virginia is as astute ita committee on public ,uffitirs and to

age agitation would quickly die their interests as consumers tem. The banks will not, as formerly, ',' labor, must discourage industry and as he is eloquent he will note that send. copy to the state board: of trade.
supply the amounts for the I 19 to 37 is a hint that he is not :Mr. Crapo says :
the advocates of the lIver all on the side of cheaper goods. necessary check the growth of wealth. If the representing
were hone enough to admit in spite of Populist and silverite reason that they know what the ulti. danger be one of political: revolution, his state in a matter of frae The present condition of the! national tre-at-
mate result of pursuing the present silver. One by one the states in the forcibly exhibits the Wl31DeJlaQd lnadeqoaoy .
their echcns: would double the cost that debasing the currency with war and bloodshed, the injury nry
them currency policy will be. The skilled If it be of south and middle west are serving just of the financial system under whichwe '
everything the sixty-five give more wealth in ex will be very great. one a The Issued
are sting. by
paper moray :
American consumers buy. Yet for their products the farmers business! man who cares nothing for financial revolution, with the repudi- this sort of notice upon their free the United States, end for which the jrovorn-

merely another form of the rapidly finding out that the prices the effect politically wishes the demand ation of debts and loss of gold necessary silver Senators who so grossly misrepresent meat is directly responsible, independent ot

assertion that free coinage would Iheir staple crops are fixed in the obligations of the government for commercial purposes, the them.-New York World. national bank note circulation, eon-latins of
legal I tender greenback note, treasury notes
prices twice as high as they are standard countries, and thatjeven paid because he knows that as, the effects on industry will be less marked, under the Sherman net and Bland silver <*ertiflcatw -
they did get more cheap money for matters stand to-day they are source but will still be of great importance. Only a Palliative. aggregates about 1343,000,000.( Thegovernment
: things they have to sell of cheapening to American cre-ii and This has long had a stable has undertaken to keep this
they country' ;
The issue between the friends The and
heavy widespread
subscrip circulation
the from amount of demand notes ia aaBMoey.
withholding us ollarge sums
sound money and the believers in be met with doubled prices I government; and life and property are tions to the new loan cannot help having and to mMnt-M them on a par with
of which otherwise would seek
dollars they went to buy. When this money in no danger from armed revolution coM.
cent is at bottom a a good influence on the general
becomes generally known there American investmentThis ists. Bat there can be no question TIM cell reserve of tl VX*>.WO, which
whether cheap goods or high be is co serious a side of the mat alarmed business situation of the country, and was deemed saffleteat tot tM protection of
are best for the whole country. no more complaints against ter that the cost of interest on the nec- that many people are seriously in thai improvement the iron and allied tbe S346.00U.OOO gretcfeaekA proves to be.40*
til the people understand that goods. ? over the threat of free silver, and ate trades must have their share. Few tumoient when the :aided bord"a of certificates
essary amount 'of bonds to pay this curtailing their business operations bawd oa depredate-1 silver U Indirectly
interests will be best secured b are likely to forget, however, thatit is
debt is as nothing compared with it .of forced upon it. The ra'.t is a <*oastantly _
basis
fear that the
gradual reduction in the cost of GREENBACK; IS COXGEESS. Tor our great and not for .
These investments are withhold, not merely a palliative a cure diminishing rmerxv, rh i'i booa!
kinds of commodities, plans for financial system will changed! by law I the evils of the currency: situation and aggravated by defcie.ii y u: i \<.I:1:1t j r: et
rich "The Greenback in because of any difficulty in the revenues from its present basis, to the caeap- financial of current expense<<
ting by paying more for Congress" is the the position the government
because of lack of confidencein
but The only relief under stfoa U
China. leg
and s
silver standard of Peru present
will be advocated and .of the of Sound that business
Cur will take
seriously JasUiumber There so men through the sal of interest-bearing bonds
onr system. are now ,
eidcred. There is no doubt but ", published by the New York Re ample funds money in the Treasury to meet Every argument to show that peace, advantage of thejbetter( feeling in a which while! a necessary aad unavoidable
an artificial increase of prices Club. It contains the legislative oruer and stability in the institutionsof conservative: spirit-Iron Age. expedient, is vicious ant expansive and in
and future
present obligations, but the Central and South American republics volvea Indefinite
repetition.The
of the first
benefit some But the issue, in 1862, of
person gold still goes from n* and no amountof would make the people of those redemption of the legal tender notes
as a whole would be injured and tender Government notes. The ; when and their : retire..
tho presented
increase of
through penaanm
operation will A Hint to the Frea Silver Xra.
principle of the greatest good to part of what was eaid for and tariff laws will change the situation countries more prosperous, apply 1 meat appears the simple and natural way
greatest number forbids the the proposed "measura of just as strongly to out need for an assurance Some victim of the statistical habit out oi the difficulty. 80 Los.s as these notes,
and end to it
put an taking from us that ahalThave and by compulsory law are forced into circulation
of favors to class at the ity" in both the House and we peace out that the I
one expense once figured egg crop of '
for exportation and, what is equally order in the financial world. And the In fall volume the treasury must stand,
all others. is here put in convenient form patent and more alarming, for hoarding the United States is worth more than ready to redeem them with gold and U ofteu
reference.The only way in which disorder and panic the output of the silver mines. Still as presented, and by means of these notes
whole debate is instructive. It by oar own people. can be prevented is by the people there has been no convention of hen the treasury Is obliged to furnish gold for
While lower The cancellation of the legal the exchanges and balances of trade-a bnr<
goods
priced are sending to Congress representativeswho
((1)) The constitutionality of owners to insist that the price of
social enders would lead to no con- eggs den which properly devolves upon bankers
benefit their to ,
great tender legislation-and it is in- The banks are pledged wipe out every shall be made thirty-five cents a dozen rather than upon the government
should not be due to an increase to note that grave doubts on traction. on tbe vestige of flatisru and other cheap- the year round and that of spring The apprehension .that the retirement of

value of the material used to point seemed to exist in the minds one hand would supply mach of any inoney schemes, aud enact laws patting chickens SI by Congress.-Indianapolis CTnltel: States notes will Involve a contraction
all needed currency and on the other, just of the thereby impairing
wealth currency
but and
to improvements our finances on a sound permanent -
all of its The JournaL
supporters ((2)) values
ana impeding busJDe5II.1s groundless
methods of production. The as soon as it was demonstrated that
for such legislation ; it was footing., v
we were freed from this weakness to
money would be one which was : urged that it would destroy THE SENATE'S HARD BLOW.
our credit to great an amount of for- .
of
ways tho earns value but there
and weaken rather than
no labor product which does not the l1nanci- eign gold would come in to be invested CulouB': Prey""

tnato to some extent. It has ,. Justin S. Morrill government said "if this that there would be no deficiency Aft r the. ,wails which wep from a A1.
proved by tho experience of whatsoever. Colorado'shortly after the repeal of
is
it is
money a war measure,
that of all known substances the the but The one conspicuous fact in the the purchasing: clause of the Shermanact
waged against enemy, one
old changes the least in value, and may well make him grin with de financial history of every people has it is pleasant to note the clow of
bas therefore been chosen by ." The of been that money ha) never been wanting satisfaction which permeates the Denver l
(3.) impairment con gY
nations as their standard of all because it that where such people' credit individual Times as it points to the improvements I I ,
was seen gold
values The idea of the silverites silver would to and and national, is not under in the manufactures and tradeof
i&a go a premium
gold is steadily increasing in value the standard of money would be urpicion. If we put ourselves in such the state during the past year. The

an unfounded delusion. Measured It was shown clearly that it a position we will have no cause to estimates of the total output of the ,

the labor cost of producing it, or impair all past contracts to fear a lack of money to carry on any manufacturers of Colorado, made oy

curing it in exchange for other pro the acceptance of paper when proper undertaking. If we do not we the Chamber of Commerce in April of

nets of labor, gold is was contracted for. It was moet inevitably teach a point wherewe the past year, have been exceeded by

cheaper to-dsy than it was fifty cr urged that because of this will be completely cut off from I 5 per cent, while manufacturers

years &10'be arguments for it law foreign aid and where our own throughout the state anticipaie a great
was an ex pod facto an
silver which are based on the ; unconstitutionaL ((4.) The resources will be of little avail. I improvement for 1896. There was a

appreciation of gold aro not upon public and private morals I large increase in the production of

ported by a single fact. making it legal to pay off debt' at a textiles in Colorado last year, the

((5)). The effects of inflation I The Trice ol Mirer. number of yards of cloth manufac-
tured in 1895 beng 8,113,721 com-
The real of the marked the poor. It was pointed out
cause During! the year 1895 the lowest pared with 6,693.122 for 189L In the
in prices in recent years has been tho laboring man would suffer quotations of silver in this country: trade conditions
dry goods jobbing; :
many new inventions and through enhancing prices. was 53.8 cents per fine ounce. The
said to be still
are more satisfactory,
ouud and valid ob
these
which have Against ti
'> marvelously highest quotation was 68 cents. The the percentage of improvements for Ju
the kinds of to making inconvertible paper t J R-I
all
production ( average price was 63.7 cents. At the the business of 1834 running from
That boots and shoes sold al tender there was no argument 81
are now lowest price the bullion value of our cent to 50 and 75 cent.
per even per
much cheaper than they were half *ept that of the extreme necessity standard silver dollar was 46.2 cents. Failures, according to the Times have

century ago Is cot due to the I, btaining money at once and the At the highest price the bullion in our been rare We hope that Coloradowill

gold bag., but to the improved difficulty of doing to by loans standard silver dollar was worth 52.6 keep on in this dirfction.rl
chinery by which the skilled o by increased taxation. The force cents. The ratio of gold to silver this I Goods EconomistThe

turns cut do ten; cf pair in the circumstances became so great that year was 1 to 32.50. At' this rate a i

time ic which hi would have made Chase, Secretary- the Treasury dollar would buy 751.G grains net of

single pair by hand. A ton of his position daring the debate silver. Real Disease I

which forty years: ago coat $180 can the House and sent in a letter rec In spite of these facts the finance "The more I have studied this subject I V 1 YI

made today, as a result of rcT : the passage of the legal committee of the United States Senate the more convinced: I am that co '

ceases of smelting, at a cost of $20. act proposes to provide for the free, unlimited people are possessed of perfect tools I t

with practically every branch of and independent coinage of for the transaction of their business '

dustry. Do the silverites and A Rusty Eej. t silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, and to until they have.perfect system of circulating --

money inflationist believe that According to Senator Jones, of Ne declare to the world virtually that the note, such as we ordinarily -==: -,
I'I .
increased production of wealth is government will meet its obligations
., the leader of the silverite forces call bank notes. There is no doubt
bad thing? They denounce cheap in this degraded -_ ., -
Congress "the key which unlocks currency.A that in this country there is great derangement (
.. an evil Would they like to go storehouse of financial wisdom is Senat r from Georgia favors this in our currency. There is -- ,..

told fashioned methods the principle that the value of every proposition. Let us hope that the co doubt there is just cause of complaint Never have the silver Senators put forth greater efforts than during the

when things were scarce sad dear? depends on the number of dol state misrepresented. Journal People, ignorant are seeking past few weeks to arouse the American people to a aense of what they have to:

out" If this theory be true it for remedies-remedies which are far lose: by the adoption ofjnlver ai the standard of value. Stewart, Tillman and'

The farmers who hs'\"C been follow that U in some mysterious worse than the disease. But disease other naif-dollar Sv, ors tare blown, into the old Senate lung tester until;

eared by th* proniM that under all the money of the country ex- Tea CemmanimenU Amended there is, and I believe the one thing they were black and blue in their faces with scarcely a preemptible result.

roAre they rcnU get more one dollar should disappear, the I that mm can do is to give us a bank Popular opinion remains practically indifferent to tbeir most frantic efforts.

far Heir crops would have taken property owned by the people We expect to see somebody risingin dote system as mar to perfection as it Tbe astonishing success of the new government loan and the mgnitude

stink in the cheap money : : be only worth that dollar. This the tfnited States Senate oDe of can be brought in order that men will of the subscription offered at comparatively high prices afford the beAt op

bad they been told at the same the absurd conclusion to which the these days anl movi-g a free silver have thia liquid kind of credit to transact portanity, since last fall's election of testing the sentiment of the country 03

I That laey would have to pay at I that it is the quantity of money amendment to the Tea Command- their ulel8-lIonetbinlt that we I the silver question.; If the thirty )ear four percent bonds told are'lo be

twist as much money for the fixes prices leads. It is no won ments. The amendment! would be in- have not except in the most imperfect I paid in gold they are-worth about:115. If they are to be paid ia silver they

they need. That all trade is I that the free coinage agitator con'istent with some of the commands; degree, in this country; and I fear are worth perhaps 50 or 60. They,sold at an average price of about 111}.

barter ; that men do not raise wheat II IIua'ke ye failed to understand the currency of MOMS but consistency isn't reck- that until we hire this, from time to i j The fact that subscriptions enough were offered to purchase SI40OJ0fXjworth

store in order to get They have been trying to oned much of a virtue by the representatives ',time, we will have a recurrence of of bonds at an average price of about 110 attests the little faith that

but g4s which they can use, is the storehouse of financial ot the mining camps. All those financial vagaries to out us un- j business men have in the ability of the cheap money people to delude the

primary Mason in political om with a rusty key which doesn't they want is the free and unlimited told hundreds of millions of money in American people until they will Tote to lower the standard of tslae.' /

which every voter shoe d aJ They will either hare to get anew use o' their metal and dace take all the future as they have in the past.- Free silver will not lOaD recover from the black eye which it received oa

tt. frl: ii: There is *>ot one man or stay outside. I I I other issues.-Botton Herald. t Hoa. Charles S. Fairchild. t February 5th.


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LOVe.. l hotel be became acquainted with a.1 r They had gone down to the beachone HOUSEHOLD MATTERS
ought to be! That dillytaIling'
and found there was no
out West morning
who going
gentleman was .
He'd Dotfefnc wt''I'I tad talked glowingly chances out bathincr. It was very rough. :Mrs. Silverspune is going to propose A szw a KACHCTK SBCKET.
I and he'll be all oat when
I'd nothfes. bat my wg.But there for a young man. Peter became Brett had ensconced herself in her .' ap A correspondent rives the follefg
I : ; him he is too late. Serves him
we wen wed w* rt'W"s were Mao interested and soon made up his mindto I beach chair, old Mr. Delamater had important bit of information Concerning -
: too for di1l1- &11ing I And that
And MiRMr 4a7.were 1011<<. go along. Within a fortnight'stime made himself comfortable at her side the care of sewing: machines : Takeout

And 1I1He we noet3rl b"r ta* bodes he had sold his groceryand his Ruth was loitering about, and Peter GwendoUn Bailey was shouldn't crazy to the screw that holds the foot plate
and bound&be
was
The robin earn.awl toM barns, drawn his bank balance and Woodbnrn was some distance away A Tlflrrier you' I'm !" remove it and you will he surprisedat

now they had dared to woo and via pet the money in such safe shape that smoking and looking out at the ocean. Class- happy the amount 01 lint accumulated

When early sag was w1V he eauld get at it at any moment. Suddenly Peter saw flying toward him i Jlnl r' WHAT MADS IBM WOE. there. Clean the little grooves with a

\ >totMttafl sopped a dewberries Tkeeie went West his fiancee. I penknife, and un.ler the whole of the

Or slept amoeir the hay, Sober, steady, industrious and well- "Pierre, Pierre, quick" she whis t Old Gentleman (to small plate. The needle must be taken out b .

But oft the farmers' wives at eve informed Peter W x>dburn prospered pered. "Quick take your undo Alas, crying on a door-steop-O'Whd" ) is before the work is begun. You will

Cam eat to bear us play beyond his expectations. At thirty he away I" She..as white and scared Hath little.-oy? often find that this is the only cause

The n.reold taaea-the dear old tune* was very well ofl-very well off for a looking. j. Wig Boy-"P-p-pop is puttin'down for the m hin.'. running hard, or

W.coU not starve for ton; young man. He bad mining properties "What's the matter?" he asked. And carpet I" not carrying the .work aad it is a little -

While my man bad his violin and other property; a home inDenTer ,"Oh, I-I'll tell you later. Only' No Ion does that unpleasant task of" secret that the agents will nos tell

And I ay awed LOTS song. a first-rate: name. He had take him away-quic* I" Upon father make you so sorry, then? yoa. I have just cleaned nine in this

everything man could desire--except, Peter strode over to the old man. Nor dare 'n-nol I Pop p-p-p-pounided his war, and it runs like a new machine.
The world hat aye gone wad with us, Unto:: !"
of course, a wife. He bad always I "Uncle quick, come along; there's -St Louis Star-Seyiag
Old man, sine we were ono; father's
I for
been too busy to fall in love, it the queerest looking thing dawn there Eat Sympathy your
"
down the lanesIt
Our homeless wabieriag -
And ?
Is that what makes
seemed. And his ideas of women I -down where those men are. I'd you weepnnot
long ago was done. I 'Ir .n't SOME QOOD THTSCW KM BB2ACFA9K
I IM-laughedl"
wait were excellent, chivalrous ones, I hardly ask the ladies to go: just J"f'tthere' Cut
But taoM who for gold or very *
gear Piok a small bowl fell of eodfisir
derived from the excellent English such a crowd. Quick uncle.
For basses and for kin, And he him very fine and light Pat it ia a .....
fiction he had read. dragged away. SLAB ALL ASOCXD.
Till yoaih'f sweet spring grows brown and what r:* THE and cover with cold water. Letit
As he came into his thirtyfirstyear "Uncle, for Heaven's cake on the Fence "Good pan
Mar him thata about to Mrs. Teaeber come to a boil Rub together a
talking
it began to dawn upon were you "
And lore and beauty twin, of sifted flour and of
ft"Talking tablespoon one
Will know the of hearts man should have a good wife and Brett? ( dangerous .. Country Board (wearily'
never Joy butter. Drain the ash, return it to
settle down to family life some timeor about? Why nothing in Precocious
feaWhea it's about time they were
wtthoet g0-
That
met a the and it half
over a pint
the world let's O she began Truth. pan pour
other. see. :yes, Land knows made
you had bat your' violin and they've us of cream. When this comes to the
And I a song, my dear. With this idea in his head he came to talk about her ancestors enough." boiling point, stir in the dour and

-Vary: : Kyle Dallas. East-it was June-and went to stayat asked me if I wasn't proud of mine- City Folks (to Mr. Folks as butUr cook a few minutes longer and

a delightful and fashionable watering the old Puritan and tbe-the wb&t'dshe Uncle ( ) an a Tecti oate adieu to toasted bread.

place on the Jersey coast. Eligible call 'em? And blamed if I know "Gosh! Board)-"Oh, how glad I shall pour over browne.l
Potatoes hashed and farm
ANCESTRY TO ORDER. men were not plenty that year, and what she'd got in her head. And then things, was get back to town I've had the accompaniment to, this

Mr. Woodburn-he always registeredas she says-"Ob, well, you are one Af I Marty-" of this place."-Browning vegetable
breakfast. Peel and boil a half dozes,
ST. CECH. CHAftUM.ElJii. Mr. P. D. Woodburn, for it seemedto these independent American that Unel. k Co.'s Monthly. and wh'n they are cold hash theta.
: would prefer tj be considered self- staadin in
him that Peter was not exactly an
: WOOD- Wood- Put them in a dish with half a cup of
made. But Tour nephew, Mr. I
burn's earikai American name and that Pierce was .' WOUE5 bXRVZ OX JUKBS. cream a tablespoon of butter, a little
burn, seemed to feel a genuine pride
i
+' recollection WAS very much more musical and quite as I admirable B. (returning late from the club salt and pepper, and a little nutmeg.
\ i in being well born. think it so -
had heard his
of an unpainted easily written-and he old Fond to flad his wife at home) Sprinkle over them two tables. .C>WJ of
his that
/ ,,,'+ story and a half mother iJy that Us father's mcther's I I and- being keeping able to back familyBible frenUQB. asked me for Mary, I expected that your fine bread crumbs a litt-! ;;rated

cottageojn asidetret maiden name was Delamater-Mr. j go to aooept him would be looked up over night cheese aDd a few lumps of butter, and
I do it
"1 i Met eocn- Woodburn was very much in demand.. j certainly approve You; for you is did look like it, John. There bake until brown.
"1 and save, "Great Scott! .
f- < trytdwninCenA'ew H. was a tall, fine-looking fellow am/ Dutiful ten of the most obstinate mn on For bread with this breakfast, serve!

l.. '. 'k" tral : York reported very rich. u,. ___ 7 you put any credit papa; but met. They wouldn't listen to potato bread rolls. Boil a pound ofhruugh
Tu5T he
The that most attracted him, I in u. erdaah-why, just York Herald. ,
girl
rub them
State.
There be ,
.it "J.. probably male that to suit him- of reason. good mealy potatoes
7'"''-:.."': lived with his And there were very many fine girls up you brought them over to your a sieve into two pounds of flour. Rub
: self. his mother's aide now
t Why, on ,
-' 7 mother and father there, was a Miss Ruth Brett, of Philadelphia : fast?" in also an ounce of batter. Add an

; -and the baby She was tall, slender, graceful they' were just and ordinary farmers shoesaakers aad Juetj Customer we did. Mrs. Lily white egg, the half of a yeast eaKe dissolvedin
: and --
brother that died-until he in dancing and swimming, charm grocers tell it the fit of hysteric and I think that a cup of tepid water, aDd enough
j the -lua Ruth began to me
was twelve years old. His father ingly well bred according to Peter's ration yon Auctioneer them how wrong they were." fresh milk to make a sponge. Let it
wanted and Good G *,
also notions-acquired from his novel reading -me rise night In the morning knead
kept a grocery, was superintendent W over
<<
of the Mission Sunday-school -modest and dutiful yet not sim- Peter, you're matter as?"pale as a sheet! Customer the dough, form the rolls and let them.
What's
the
pering. Peter soon had: fallen head and bake in a good ovan. -Detroit
afternoon in the rise
held every Sunday I that a& !QIYD HAD ANT CHAXCE.
I over ears in love with Ruth Brett. "Nothing, uncle; only guecc. Free Press.rziTiraas .
the of
outskirts the
mission chapel on ing. Judge. was always discriminated against
you've just ruined all the happiness of
Mrs. Brett
town, where all the rolling-mill em- There was no opposition. "
said Annie
impetuou
family,
life. Why couldn't you keep your
cordial verbal consent and bless- my "
ployes lived. Peter's father was a gave mouth shut ; that's alL Now, for pity's in a burst of confidence to AXD FBATRXR BED

delicate-looking man, with long side ing; Mr. Brett wrote his approvaland sake, keep away from the Bretts." "You don't and eligible Arthur Feathers when first picked from
of .
in sort
Peter paradise.And
whiskers, and, generally! speaking, a was a well with contain much -
; He turned and strode away hardly yer geese and duoks so organic
underneath it allw.. sort
pious tone of voice. His mother eras yet a knowing where he went until he saw "Naw. 80, Miss Fosdick?" and inorganic matter that it requires -

more robust She wore a blaek lace of gnawing apprehension of the possibility Ruth coming to intercept him. snowed; too my oldest sister had any a great deal of water and fire to

bonnet with purple flower, a of the Bretts at some time de- One look into her eyes reassured ae orter put of money lavished on her ac make them fit for us*. They should
of his
water-fall was then at the beginning manding the history ancestry. him ; they were shining almost mer- in' give 'is lishments, but when it came to be thoroughly washed and dried be-
folks? And
of the seventies-and taught a Were they not Philadelphia mad.- me I was left out in the cold. I fore they are put into beds or pillows,

class of boys in the same Sunday- was that. not the terrible-the crucial rily."Oh, Pierre!" she cried with. lit- very much to learn to sing. I and should then be aired and ventilated

school-Peter, of course, being in the test? Who was your grandfather? tle "what I" A I hail a good voice; but papa almost daily and renovated at
laugh, an escape
class. They were a good family; Was it not strange they had not already "What do you mean, Ruth?" Papa ( ) Then I thought I'd like to least once a year if in constant use.

thoroughly well respected in the town insisted on knowing? "Why, uncle was just givingyou who had ; piano-lessons and become a fam- And they should never be put to air
The he thought of it the more your
and fairly prosperous. Groceries are I more for all he was worth. I have to precipice but papa put his foot on where the sun shines on ihem. at sunshine -
necessities; Mr. Woodburn provided he lay awake nights. At length he away lie made all felt" Then I suggested that I be extracts the crreasewbnd cause
laugh. your
for a good class of patrons. He owned could no longer endure the strain. He says you up /Mamma! to take thina-painting lessons them to smell feathery and disagreeable
ancestry.
his home and had a modest bank account must be prepared for any emergency.The couldn't the other girls. He wouldn't *. Feathers nndoutedly make
"And-Ruth- packing
He believed in education and idea came to him one night thatif forgive me if I yon did such you a thing?" ails going to it. The same way with every- warm and comfortable beds amt pil

Peter was kept close at his books. one must make' oneself one might Woodbnrn's voice shook. : else. Papa said he was de- lows for cold weather. and if they are

Peter did not dislike his books; he as well make one's ancestry There "Bless old heart, Pierre I that one of his daughters kept clean my, perhaps, be as good
fond of He studied could be no great particular harm in I your learn be and
was reading. well to a housekeeper and healthful for sleeping on as hair
_ wad passed high examinations. From it, seeing that it was only to be used Listen; anyone around to hear? Why Mr. Much tilled up with useless acoom- or straw or anything else. But they .
know mamma's father was just a
the public schools he went into the as a matter of reference.The yon marry me ; OIl'Dr"I That's what he called attract and retain all manner of filth
plain dry-goods-store man- in-in Miss )
Academy and got a taste of mathematics next morning he took pencil And the consequence is that and some of the "heirloom" beds in.
Camden. But don't tell Only just
and higher classics. He had a and paper and prepared a book of den. girl I know is a better house- country houses, that have never been
make Tinele hold his tongue. Mr. Much
great notion, too, for modern languages lineage. The only names he knew, your than I am. I can cook things in the hand of a renovatot, or have
"Then is all ? The
and his parents fostered it. Clinton and Morris on his mother's everything right some around says are better than he gets never been washed at home, anti t sat
color back into Peter's cheeks.
An old professor took him in hand and side, Woodbnrn and Delamater on his leaped you again.- restaurant In the city, but I weighed only thirty pounds originally-
of Wasn't
found him an apt pupiL When Peter father's, were excellent. What he did "Why That's, course. mamma Monthly know how to play a single tune will tarn the scale at sixty pounds.
cute? the real Yankee word.
know he told lies about what he *
was seventeen he was thought so much no ; The idea of sleeping on a sixtypoundbundle .
of by the Young }leo', Christian Association did not know might have been true as She pretended not to have heard anything JOB -Annie-er-beg pardon, of inch concentrated nastiness

that they made him librarianat easy as not-for all he knew. To be he said.' All she remarked was: Strawber !I" cried Mr. BArrowclifli is enough to make one forego the luxury -
'Dear The old gentleman is always -
their library, to his infinite joy. sure he purposely forgot to mentionthe me wind went last : her. "I canoontrol my of a feather bed, even on the cold
most when the
It was a well-selected library and great-grandfather shoemaker who garrulous when she longer. I love you to distrac- est night ever known to the oldest inhabitant -
read his Bible while cob blows away from me, and I can't catch I
Peter read and read omniTorou.l,. constantly thought I Will you marry me? I of the boreal regions. Bah
When he was nineteen his father died. bling. His father, George Washburn, anything' : he says. It's quite tooba.d. when I Arthur replied Annie coyly the bare suggestion of sleeping on lOch

Peter and his mother were alone in he made descend gracefully from man." nestled her curly yellow head a feather bed makes one alradiW cud

the world. She was an amiable, mid- Puritan gentlefolk through a gentlemanly Peter Woo btJrn burst out laugh Singerly young man's white vest-J'udge.L dread the idea of sleeping ou say

dle-aged soul-very proud of her Jx y line of New England farmers to ing. Ruth ant laughed with him." "Let'sgo wine of your feather bed.-Farm, Field and Fire-
back sit she said.
"merchant"-he did not by mamma
and very content with him. He was emerge a say Rattle of the Rattlesnake. rid.
New 3fork ,
Mercury.
quiet, studious, industrious. He spent "grocer. His mother also from HE

his evening at home with her, and English stock, with just a slight dropof II "I've given idea that the rattles of a rattle- mICIJ'BL
blood to account for Pomp Shotguns For Robbm. with its is
read aloud a great deal Of course, Huguenot lJ correspond years ,
he frequently read fiction--generally l preferring the name Pierre. Messengers and guards for the ) "What& .\ I to Dr. Arthur Strading, in- Egg Bolls-Two egg,bbl well beaten;

English novels of higher class English When, after several mornings'work, United States S ilea Company arebeing "I know "When the little Crotalus is one teacup of milk, one po.Jaful

life. Often he would discuss what heread Mr. Woodburn had completed this,an- f>uji il b I!"with rapid-fire repeat- niht that he this author says, "its tail is of lard or melted butter 1, two teaspoonfuls flour-
enough
with his mother. Once he laid cestry in pencil mark, he very naturally -I in; "' c? 'with which to guard the estly by his with a single tip of born in .. _baking_...._ _..:1Ir powder b' an t. git t, cut

down his book: with a sigh, and said knew it pretty well by heart. pr 'p > in their charge. Beside the "Is that so of producing any sound by the 10 the maa.cIlU&desired&size as and"cut' bake in hot on oven

almost sadly: "Oh, mother, bow delightful There were blank pages in his 1 gullet and bomb proof doors to the "Y_ vibration which its owner

it must be to live in an old, family Bible-apart from those where express cars and the burglarproofsafes le s communicates to it when Grated Pumpkin Pie-Take one

old house, ",-here.on grandfather and the entry of his parents' marriage was which cannot be opened even by In some near relations of cupful of grated pumpkin and three

4}reat-great-grandfath have lived before made and that of his birth and his the messengers, train robbers will find A such as the curucuca cupful of sugar aud boil half an hour

you. It mast be delightful to Brother's. Upon these pages he copied guards and messengers! supplied with Hostess (at ) this horny claw or nail per- Then add one beaten egg, two-thirds

trace away back in your ancestry and carefully in pale, old-fashioned ink these guns in addition to the revolvers dull life without addition of a capful of sn ar, flavor with!: lemon
he he had labored better ask Bat in the rattlesnakes or vanilla extract and bake with one
know who they all were. We can't do precious lineage so they have always carried and ready

that in America. For instance, mother, hard to construct. and willing to engage in a shooting something"Host"Oh -and there are many species crust

you don't know much about your great- Days passed. At the proper time scrap at short range. -two, and sometimes three Pot Boast of Beef with Whole

grandfather, do yon, now't' the subject was brought up of family, To ex-Senator Thomas 0. Plitt, execrable appear during the first few 'otatoes-Beef off the round is the

The good woman shook her head. and Mr. Woodburn easoally mentionedhis President of the United States Express Hostess-" of the creature's life; then beat for a pot roast. Pat it aver the

"No--that is, well, I don't know about I ancestral record in the ok Bible, Company, is due the adoption of the make! It there is probably no definite ire with a little water, and, watch it

all of them. You see I had two grandfathers and after some persuasion gave it to repeating shotgun. He has been experImenting all the'tame. between their number or fre- carefully, that it * not bUrL Put

--and-yes, I guess I must have his betrothed for perusal for some time with guns [ of development and its age, in the peeled pot-it lea about twenty

had four great-grandfathers. But The effect was excellent The Bretts of various makes, and perhaps he TIm they may be proportionate in minutes before the use! ia done.

about as far as I can go is my grand- regarded him nith new veneration would yet have been undecided as to A S measure to its rate of growth Cheese Straw*-Add to one cup of

father on my mother's side-that'a at least the parents did. As for Ruth what make was beet for the purpose, advice and of young serpents belonging grated cheese one cup of floor, asnill

your great-graadfather ; he lived downto it seemed not to make so much di1l'er.elK'le. but a practical demonstration of the of the case. genus which I have reared have pinch of cayenne, a aaltspoon of nH
facts great diversity in this mat ine-balf of !hatter rube t in *
Middle Forks and was a cobbler. value of one gun was made when one cupful

But he was a real good man ; read his Bat some few days later somethingelse Devery, a would-be-robber, drew a asked toe o much so, that it has been im- for pastry. Roll thin, eat in nir/jw

Bible all the time he worked." transpired.A letter,forwarded from pistol on Guard Bell in the Washington "Oh, aye, to base any calculation on trips, and bake in a quick ovt'n U:itil

Peter drew another dep sigh. "I'll Denver, came to Peter Woodburn with depot Bell had a Winchester thought it of the phenomena pre- a light brown. Serve with aaLtds.
The
go on reading the next chapter, BOW, news that his father's uncle, the one "pump" shotgun with six cartridges truth. Ye by' them. of which overlapping the rattle Tapioca Ice-One cap of tapiocas

I think" he said, for his mother's his mother had once told him of, had in it, and he fired twelve large-sized yourself. or cones and soaked over ni ht la the musing

recollections were not to his taste. discovered that his grandnephew wa buckshot into the person of Devery, are thin dry ex- pat it on the stove, sad, when "Iliac
brittle and in cotJbquence
Another time ho tried to find out a fine, prosperous fellow. The oM and he was carried to a hospital to ,is easily broken off hot, add one cup of sugar and boil tUl

something about his ancestor man, Delamater, was coming East and have his wounds dressed The attend- Nervous ( it has reached the length of from dear. Chop one pineapple, stir together

But of these hk mother could tell him wanted to meet Peter. Of course Peterwas ing physician expressed: surprise at .. )--" two inches, though longer with the tapioca an i put into

little, except that his father like hermit glad to hear from the old man, the .rounds, and said that at forty sleep?" are occasionally seen; aold*. Serve ice cold, with sugar

had beea orphaned at a rather who, it seemed was an old bachelorand yards a man would be riddled with the Steward- joints make an exceptionally and cream.

early age. There was an uncle of his well off discharge from it-Detroit Free Press. your berth, This shedding of the rattle Hot Water Sponge Cake-One and

father's nut in California-might be In due time old Mr. William Dela I """" Nervous cases accidental, and is due to a half caps of powdered sugar, or oaa

very rich by this time but she didn't mater came East and put up at the I Internal Temperature ot i Tree what that has : causes not a constitutional and a quarter cups of granulated.

know. I same seaside hotel and, of course, was i The internal temperature of trees must know, it function like the casi Four eggs, two small teaspoon baiting

With another sigh Peter gave up I presented to the Bretts. Peter had has been observed for some time past brother and the skin. When it breaks off powder, .four tablespoons ",iliag

trying to investigate. He simply wenton I taken pains to meet him in New York by M. Prinz, of Uccle, in Belgium, Tid-Bits. root or in the middle there is water and a pinch of slt. Cress ,

conducting his father's business 'and see what he was like in advance. who finds their mean annual temperature no trace left of a fracture yolks and sugar thoroughly, then add

and. laying alive a little money, and The old man had pared muster very at the heart of the trunk the sameas A taken place, as the thimbles beaten whites, the flour. Stir thor-

patronising the library where he was creditably. He had lived in San Fran. that of the air, but the mean "His alike and any one forms a oughly, and then stir in the butting

till librarian during certain hours of cisco and had very good way, dressed monthly temperature of the trees sometimes tionable," termination to the organ. water. This is a favorite recipe

the day-each as he could best spare well and was not ungrammatical by differs from the latter by two or man. "I purpose the rattle may serve economical and delicious.

from the grocery. any means. three degrees centigrade. On certain more to do snake's economy-and its use Scalloped Clams-Prepare twentyfive

When he was lacking just a few daysof lie took a great fancy to Ruth Bret days the difference in question maybeas "Why?" involved in some obscurity-it hard clams ; mix in a dish ....-

coming of age, he had the great and they became great friends. The I much as ten degrees centigrade. In "He writes does not represent tae half pint of cracker crumb rni<>iatea J

Misfortune to lose his mother. He old man was a capital story teller and very cold weather the internal tem- in good '. age, nor the sum total of his with oae-half rip of W4r i milk and

knew it was a great, an irreparable used to entertain Ruth's mamma for perature fall to a few tenths of a de- "That is ."-New Orleans Pica one-fourth cup of clam uq it
mxift/c rtun He war" DOW alone in the hours down at the beach while Ruth gree below the frees ng point, and "I know two beaten ego, a heaping tablespoonful

world ; his bent friend was gone for- j bathed or promenaded. One might then remains stationary. In very hot such bad of melt 1 butter and the

ever. He felt a great meal of grid in almost have supposed that Peter would weather the temperature of the tree only clothing materials used in clams, choppe I li ja. fieasoa: highly

a quiet way. H. shut up tae li ttr. take certain precautions in the matter stays at fifteen degrees centigrade or car are silk and rods cloth. with edt an pauper. Fill a dozeo

house anti west to live at the of a hint to his grand-uncle as to the thereabout A large tree ,therefore '"Why so { is spun from a fibre taken clam ah.ith tinsauxtare! sprinkle

He hardly knew what he meant Iwt.d.j matter of "family- and Philadelphia cooler in hot weather and warmer in not happy,, I' a native plant and is seldom ex- with fert A crumbs and browa.'BA.tvg .

ft seeeted'to him that prejudices. But Peter omitted this cold weather than the air.-London for my very .
Vbaad him to Lia native town. And 50 the mischief was wrought. Globe. I

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A Uy NARROW regiment -WM attached ESCAPE.to Smith' Florida East Southern' : I f;i Ripans'=l-E Tabules:



brigade, Blair's dlrlclon of Grant's armyat Railway.
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Vlcksburg. We bad made our assaultof Disease commonly eomest on with slight symptoms which when
May 19 and WIre now reforming our
lines and for assault i neglected increase in extent and gradually grow dangerous.
their works.Two preparing another on Coast Ey. ABSOLUTELY TEE SHORTEST ROUTE. 1

iI If you SUFFER FROM HEADACHE,
DYSTa&e
days had lapsed and we were ready THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS PEPSIA or INDIGESTION, RIPANS TABULES. I
for our tatk. On the 22d we were ordered ,

to oncupy one of those waves of hills that TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS, I If you are BILLIOUS, ONSTIPATED or Take RIPANS TABULES
offered inch excellent opportunities for 4 have A DISORDERED LIVER -
19, 1896. THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.
the defense of Vlcksbnrg. The crest was ,
about 600 yards In advance our artillery OU.TH If J.U KrFFEKPISTBES COXPLEXI05: 41ITISStlisr }.. Take RIPANS TABULES
BOUND.
line and about an equal distance from the QUICK TIME 'TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

Confederate IntrencbmenU. We advanced For Off E5SITX BREATH sad ALL DISORDERS
I Take RIPANS TABULES.
In good order and reached the crest with STATIONS. JKX23X0.31 JKX35X03ZIT NORTH AND KASf. NORTH AND WEST OF THE STOI: ICH, .
slight loss and lay down to await orders
Ripen Tabales act gently but promptly upon the liver stomach
for the final assault. As we lay upon our Jacksonville.Ar 8 omTio ootioa 2Otp643p.:::::: Nc.33 No. 36 10..11e
backs gazing upward we looked Into an St.Augustine liooa15a JlOpTiSplOOOalIOSp ....,. : abort C. &. gs'tt Ve.TJ.T. i and intestines; cleanse the system effectually; ears dyspepsia hablr -

Italian sky, cloudless and serene. It wasa LT Kt AagnrtineLT S ]moa ..-.. ...... ...... All TrmlM DaD,. Lla. Fat All T-ae Dally ad n.rw r{ tnal constipation offensive breath and headache. One TABDLK taken
..... _... ...
Halting.... 11 44 .. .... i
typical "sunny south" day, warm, without Ly E .a1atka.... .... ..... ..... LIm bed Man. ) at the first indication Indigestion, biliousness dizziness, distress after ,

discomfort; not a leaf, stirred the air all balmy and seemedto fragrant At-..&tb. '102Cal225pSSallUa. -...... -x:.. .. .. JaoluonTin. F.C P. UOO amf IS 0 pmU JackMaTlUa. T. a *F. / to i eating or depression of spirits, will surely and quickly remove the

be ; LTFaJatka./ t ...... ............ LT..ETrtt.r.dP... t pmt Kwctt, Southern ..... I 1 whole d1 1culty.
peacefully resting, In strong contrast LT.LT. BATaaaah/. C. A F.. m 11 CI
to the roar ef war that now was rending Ar. Mateo 120p 12Cp .",.... ..:.. -...... QolnnbU,Soothers. ; MId pm AUasta,,ouUt*i* .4.... iI I Rlpans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely rued by
this peaceful vale, only to be equaled by Lr San Uateo .. 8 Boa 190a130p ...... ..... ..... Ar.. QhMiott*.tkmthern.Ay. ** tm tt am a e .... the best physicians, and presented in the form most approved by
WMhUftoa.htonthtrm. 46 amUOt 0 SO I
f aH. Q. ., j
heaven's thundering guns when the storm Lv OnDoncl...... llllaliaoa ..... ..... .. ... Ar. CaJturrore.r na.B.B. 11 00a modern science.
king Is abroad In his Ar,P&tiaielphia JTsun-B-B. lie.
power. Uartona. pxnfep &awC *
Being located midway between our artillery .Lrl'orturan e :::.. ::::: :::::. & w ag id UBL arm t i If given a fair trial Ripans Tubules are an infallib car-- they con

and that of the with the LT 44a .... ..... ...... a b LT.Jackjor TC1 .Plaat f. ;i taln nothing injurious and are an economical remedy.
enemy .. Tltueylils'I. 142p....... ..... ...... Thj the '4aad.1 J *U9. doutbera..Haete. ....,.., .., Ha
roar of the gnus on either side, and hisst5g I. ..... *agh the Sky. Dally. t ?
.. 34p ... .. ..... ... .. S
N .Nt
screaming shot and shells hurtlingover .. CltyFolnV..... ... .. ..... ...... v. l" M .
our heads, made our position a hell .. Coco*........ ..... 3Wp ..... ..... ...... pin I ONE GIVES RELIEF.A

of demoniacal sounds, but so protected .. Rkidg Eon Gallia.Htl.:... flop 165p'i'dizp : i :::::. ::::: ::::':: M !u alanaH .i ao1C Ii .

that we carefully listened to the roar, and Karoo........ ..... ..... ..... Ij i
philosophically contemplated the chances .. Melbourne.. 412v..... .. .... ...... quarter gross box will be sent, postage paid on receipt of 50
.. Sebastian... .... ..... ..... ...
of victory or defeat. St. Lade.... ....: .... ..... :.,... te. '..: ... j cents byHipans
Our reverie, however, was soon rudely Fort Pierce.. ..... .. .. ............
aroused by a thud and a* little cloud of .. Eden........ ..... 7 42p....... ..... ...... Short tralas lean Brerett for Broonrlck :25a. a.TiJa.nv,0dJ0> OU 1(119kBL, it3p.HLeOO j
dust but few .. ,Jensen... ... ..... ........... .... : sm. Thfo chruUAaaiIee r,7ackonTlUetoOlaeiuMmAjikTUie.Fonfull Chemical Co.
feet down
a the bill from .... .... ......
i .. htnart.. .... .. ., i ,
where we lay. Comparatively safe from .. Alicia i ..... I .... ..... ...... information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway ii ,
the enemy's fire, our blue lines In plain .. liolie Bound.., .... 8 flop ...... ..... ... .. its connections. k i 10
sight of our confided In the .. Jupiter... ..... ...... .... ...... System, or Spruce Street, New York.X. Y.
gunners we .. ... ...... ..... ...... 5
hitters
correctness of their aim. But here comes .. WF Reacts 0 $13p............. ....... W. A. TUEY, W. $ GREEN, J. M, OULP, B. H. HABDWIOI.Oen. .I Local d r n ggists everywhere will so pply the Tabales requested to do so.
a shot from our guns-Waterbonse's battery .. Royal Point. epI, ...... ..... ...... Paa Afeat, Oen.Superintendent, Trafflo Manager last 0a.Par. Aft.. They are Easy to Take Quick to Act and Save Doctor's Bill.
-plunging into our line. Colonel AT Palm B. Inn .................... Waaht&ftan, D. O. Washington, D. C. Washington, D. O. /tVittj Qa.W. i many a

Doge sent an orderly acquainting the gunners NORTH BOUND. D. ALLEN, 1'T. = Z_ ZS ZS' ZST Tr T'i TT
with their carelessness.As Florida Passenger Agent
the shot had struck but a few feet 2U West Bay Street,JACKSONVILLE, ILL -
below where I It is needless I February S84. 1S08.
lay to say ST No 74. Xo.78 SO.32 No. No. __ :
watched the further firing of that gun TIOYs.I

with Interest. Ten minutes elapsed, and LT 1025a boa .... : ...... ...... FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R.RNew
shots passed safely over. I was lying resting Royal PoiD' 1030a T 06a ....... ,
on my left elbow. Corporal Bird, a W I1mBeacia 10 fa 715& ...... ...... ... .. OO TO
manly soldier, lay upon his back clone to .. P.1ylera..... ........ 723a. .......

my white side.puff I of was smoke watching, and Instantly that gun.the top A ......dlnee W Alicia Jupiter Sound....?.:::::::: 7 S Ma 04a.:::::::1 i:::::: :::::: Florida Northern Air Line

of a tree standing a hollow about 100 .. Stuart...... .... : ....... ... ... ......
.. Jenaen..... .....527a....... ...... ...... JOHN P. DUANEFOR
yards In advance of the gun toppled over. .. Eden......_ .... ...... ... .. ..... And Florida Trunk tine.
The activity of the human mind Is phenomenal .. Fort Pierce. ..., ...... ...... .. ...
In the next few seconds I lived .. StLncie .... ......... .
.. S aetdaa .. ... .... s.; .
an experience seldom given to mortals. Melbourne. 1 The gun, tree and myself were in direct .. Santo..... ........... 1138aWpjll42a .... : ..... ......
line. The shot, before obstructed by the .. Kannallie.Kocklge .. ....... ....,. ..... .
tree, bad been sufficiently elevated to Iii 2 Sip It Xp ...... ...... ...... Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage .
go Cocoa ....... 1244p ...... ...... ...... S i- Ii !ili.; .
over, but what now? Would the obstruction City roint.. ........1252p ... ...... ...... A A l 1-A l'OBTBD.'U1)UT&. Oa hQ 11m
lower its elevation and plunge it Into .. TitncTilto... U6p 12Zp15XD ..?.... ...... ...... 12J CENTS PER POUND. ao
our line .. (aklltll ... ............. ......
NewBmvru.. i'o3p"trip 22Sp243p .... ...... ...... :SPARE RIBS, 12} cents. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF, BEST COTS, 12c. IV*. 430p 700p3Sp S20p706p 731a LT..Jack8oovm..Ar IOI6a $820..52:.
What Is that I ? It Is
see coming straight Fort Orange ...... tB II" : .12aLy..Yu1 .......Ar tala eelp _.... 7C1 .
at met Like a bee In its flight I see It. :: Daytona.. .. >53p .: :::::: :::::: and 15: cents OlSa 565p: s y .... .. 10 isa Ar....rrrnandina..Lv 8 lea\ s_ iTioa .... I lea 4 Up
What will It do-take off an arm or a leg Ormond 436p >03p430p _.. ...... ...... ...... ...... _.' Q 849p .66a ... .tnrett..A.r 7t2a 70$ ,6:.d0a ..... .... ..._._ _
East DJatk atop .. ... ...... 'GrFREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. ...... .. ... ...... f c:: ...... ...... ......Brunswlct..Lvat ...... ..... .......... ....'.
Will I go borne to wife and babies on ... ... .. ...... ...... Y 1011pl1f2a .. .SaTannah.. ..Lv 5.. 44404Hf ..... .... .... ..
crutches, or will they bury me on yonder A.r 8 74ttee. 7 05p 1 asp ... .... ...._ ...... ...... ..... e'5194ip11 Lv....Savannah. .. Ar 148. Jo ..... ...... .....
slope There was a.wbirl of ifs and LTtJlateo....1! alOp SlOp .. .. ...... e UPa 14lpArsn ..ralrfax.S. C..LT. 3 aaty ,
possibilities :::::: ::: :: :::::: t 4 :AT ...Anfcn about this life and the next rushIng A r Alai 115p / .. .. ...... ...... ...... ...... .81i -122a266a 225p M ..Denmark.8C.. JOlla 146p1106pl ;i' .. .. ..... ......
through my brain. Why toot turn Lvlalatk I p ... .. ...... ...... ...... ...... o ,, 400p ', Columbia,SO. 13Oalfl8a :. ..... ...... ......
over, dodge It, jump up anything to .. .... ...... ...... i S ...... .... JSpaitanburg.S C. .... ..... !" ... .. ...... ......
out of of death I LYHast1I1j.: .1., ....... 455p... .. ...... S ...... ...... ...... 1!= lOOOa700a .... .A h TlliNC.. .... ... t I; .... .. .. ....
range coming Ar f\t. Aulr' sap ......I...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ::8J( ;' S20p38p ..Cbarlott*.N C.. I.4Oae .. ... ....
"
doomed to be a witness of every .ll of Ly 8'-An 't. "" 700.l s boa 1130aATJc BUY ONLY ...... ...... ...... f .. ..Saliatmry, N C.. ... ..1 7300, = ... .. .... ......
my own death? The onlnd ontrKi the 'I" ....' 1J6aIO&Oll.,122Sp ...... ...... ...... a-e.= : 104p .Greensboro,N C.. ...... .....
of the ball thousand times .. .. .. ...... ...... "uu UOOp .. ..DanTllle.Va..." 6 1 .... .. . .... ..
speed cannon
a 11i and ...... ...... ...... :. ..._ .Richmond, Va. .. .. ..... ..... ......
but there was not time to telegraph the tops ex' ptinn thoM 74 Nassau Indicated Limited time, make flare no. ...... ...... ...... .y l&3a .* .L111 burr:, Va. .... ...... ...... ......
danger to the dull muscles for action.In Train 5i,36, 7 and by Fertilizers ...... ...... _.. = 1.,1 .35&.1 ..CnarlottMTiB.. .lliA" ...... .... ....
the midst of this mental confusion St. Anpn tin2 daCr.78 between Jacksonvilleand made by L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER Co., they areE' ...... ... ... ...... ". -t 742a '. ...\Va biBKton,.. d..... ......... ........

t there came a heavy spat, a tremor of the and Trains ht.Vuguitln 23,32.35sand(, daily 38, between SacksonriUa :::::: :::::: :::::: E. ;j I 1025 Cola "4 ..?..rfcitedelphia.NswYork..Baltimore...... : mi:; : lh o.::::::..::..::...::.:::

ground, a sprinkling of something warm All train* south oflSt. except Augustine n11n Pt ...... ...... 1253p .... ..... ....... ... .. .. .. ..
In my faoe, and I jumped to my feet unharmed Snndav. TE ROCK and are World

to look down on the mangled Bullet J'arJorCan on Tralni 23. 31, 74 and 78. %
Elegant Through Day Coach JacksonTlll* to Ch rlo t. on No.. 37 sad 38.
Trains :37 and 38 consists of run an Palace
with death of
form and face struck the y
Cars only, no which extra fare Renowned
|Is charged.
young comrade at my side, whose left side as having only a' PURE BONE BASIS, and '
had been carried away by a six pound CCfdXXATI-JACKSOXVILLE. HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE

shot. Observing that his lips moved, I Steamer UUISCAYNE"N -.a I To St. Louie, Chicago Sioux City.:
and beard faint Taking .. Chicago. Toledo, ;. -
knelt down the words, their PHOSPHATE ACID entirely from Bone. J ::!
twice repeated, mother-water." And Ii appointed to perform service between tip d';$:- d.5LouinUJe.a:! I Itetroit, Cleveland, Nash-d-, rf n g 1'0.14.1| I No. S3700pmLv .

the soul of Corporal Bird, a good soldier, a PORT LAUDERDALE MIAMI and COCOANUT Z:. ti Title and Indian- Z '; ...... Jacksonville.. ... Ar 320aOOamlLv _
GROVE, a,follow.: Wl:: ... .... .
clean hearted boy with whom for nearly a Uaa l PoU .t1ant.a..L. 1050pm
In using a HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER like the DARLINGyou I ..... .
I had touched elbows in line and on Leave Fort Lauderdale at 9 a. m, every Moo- tt- > .. nOOn..iLV. Birmingham. .Lv 2 Wtint
year ,,,, ....
day, Wednesday end Friday, 3 TSOpmJLT Holly aprlng Lv 7 JBaja
the march, took its! flight p. m; Cocoanut Grove 4 p. m.,aiatt4':1n: :;730a 7 00pm Lv Jacksonville..Ar84.1pm 120am820am ...... TanamLv.... ....St. Louts .... .. LT aopnt:
We burled him near the fatal tree that er Delia on Tnf day*.Thursdays and Saturdays. Lack the 9 Ma450p At..Everett..L ..... Mpm Lv........ Chicago.. .....Lv I >>pm "
caused the accident, and a year later I hays Cocoanut Grove and Miami erf ry Tues- nothing, in supplying Fruits and Vegetables with the Item Ar. Macon ...Lv I aoua800am ...... 730pmLv..Dubuque..Ly, 73INMA70UamLv
day Thursday and Saturday morning. arrlTlng SOp 500am510am,At..Atlaflta..L 10 60pmLv. .. ... .! ... ...Sioox City.... ... Lv i 800pn
furnished a detail to exhume his body, Fort Lauderdale at 4 p. m. same day. Steamer ..... ..-Atlanta..... ........ ......
that It might be laid beside his kin at his Delia on Mondarsweddesdaysand Friday Ingredients make them well from ......10 OOptn Ar Chattanooga. ........ ...... Through; Pullman Sleeper St.! Louis and
northern home on the banks of the beau necessary, to Ship Jacksonville. Sleeper thraoah Chicaco or
...... &lOpnvLv..Atlanta.- .... ... ..... Sioux City and Jacksoorille with but one
tiful Kankakee. A. 'T' I
k BRANCH ...... t00pm Ar Chattanooea..Cincinnati.; ........ ..... caange.
The death of this young soldier ever has clone ; .. .... 74.1& r .. ...... .
a weird interest for me. Why should it No.a 1 STATIONS \a 4 Zone, and arrive to Market in a Sound Condition. KANSAS CITY LHTZ.Tbroueh .
strike him and leave me? Did the fates DaUyexcept8uudav No. 2
Steeper Jacksonville to ,
decree it, or was it for some wise purposeof 1T-eeaI'Ti1s LvNew Smyrna... JI3II& Tip holly Spring to Kansas City. BoIl1l'prfDCl'(Ono chop
him who numbers the hairs of our I!a 1143& ArLake Helen..... 10 ca tap Encourage everyone you know to use the DARLING'S, liar COACH"NA, 38 THROUGH TO ATLAJTTA. .)
U S O'ia ....
Cttv
S aaa
Orange
104pTrain ,
beads and notes the fall of a sparrow T1. Ns.u.rtisnorl, an .s t. Indian rer-
II sap S I a ArOrmog* City Lv a.a I eel "a13.
I have seen the smile of incredulity on I" rttory. I"

the face. of friends while relating this incident Janetleii* bewe n New Smyrna. and Orange City Regardless: of any other Brands of Fertilizer. For 2 M. 35 and at connection leaves Atlanta at -00p1D Lv..JackMmville..sr' 89ast

of seeing cannon ball in its flight dally except Sunday.Tbem 114)%.m. fr Chattanooga, arriving at Qbattamwga .:, ;.u..J.reu: ... ... Lv 49Oam
I &: Ar.... .... .... ...
I reply I know it is true, but I deem it JacksonT | Atlanta Lv --.n
Time Tables bow the times at which 1pm. Sleeper* to and from Oon"n At.:....Blrlaiu:1wa.: .. .. ....J.vt .2 5etan
possible only to dose observers, a strong trains may be exi.eeted to arrlre at and depart Special Low Prices to meet the times for Cash with Order, 11fJ e. nn. .li, ... .. .Mernphl. .. J... ;.2kim
eye and favorable atmospheric conditions.I from the eetenl *tatk>m. bat theli 'arriTalor e UI..1 4r..Springasi4, Mo.. Lv 61"P'.
doubt if it is possible in the hazy atmos- drpsrturaat the time stated Is not guaranteed, 500t1mAr.... ..at..l'itv..LI030lwu
nor doe the oomjwny boh!Itself responsible ADDRESS THE....
of the coast At Mobile I watched
phere a y delay or any con e iuen e9 aruinr there- -
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for nine days, but saw none. At Arkansas frooi. and Went Florida and N.w'S.' ".. TN1' 3
Pout I saw several. The flight of honeybees \ Orl.an. and .D jJ.O''
r"\Soath
far above the tops of trees has been Florida East CoastSteamship -7i"t Itiily. :'..

frequently observed. Sherman's corps on L. B. Fertilizer Co. ..........Fcrnandina.CaUakaa ... ... .. ..\1 ;MI'"Ia.m ; --
the march to join Grant at Port Gibson Line Darling 9fi0p..... IoOamty.JaegoavtHe..A Lv............ .. .... .... .. Ar.645.m. 3.,11'11I'354)pmF ', y

witnessed a bright star at noonday. Palm Jiearh-Narsaa Service. z 0 I,....Ar..JWchria.... .... .. Lv g ro5m a..m'' =
In I860, In going down into the Platte! :3 I 1r/1 n1 ...... .... ........Starke.... .. .... ." Mami IM|' n
valley from O'Falkw bluffs the writer, Steanwldp service between Palm lkacb asst : I' 2lMppas ..... ............Waldo ... .... .. 4flam+; Ittent! '0
Nascan win 1* inaugurated Janturr I* fesaTlek ... It 13tp "............ Gal..YI11e. .. ... ." 75ittm11 t5ami61spm 1
with the natural,., plainly saw the garrison cant steel 'U-&m.hlp""SItrt'-IIf't'Ia;' JACKSONVILLE, .FLORIDA. ........ ".... ..........I....rKey. .. I era) 0Iira I
flag at Fort Kearney.<< The distance at J.3I.tone uwfoa, wlM nkato tripe a* fUto>>: i I1pra ........ ..Hawthorne .. :. t :'Can. M i i300am '. =
Is said to be six miles.-Sxohange. QFeG.dal,sub jsrt t4 re11ls.) .0. B. WEEKS Agent. po 2 0aID I.. ".:.............. Cltra . .. .. ... 12 etpm. 71


Voltaire *ad the R.r Bt. Timday Saturday......Leave..............Palm.............Eea.........h......February Febraary 18' e -Send for Pocket ,Memoranda Book. ,w y :i:::ate: .!./l s i ::::: ::::::::. ==:":>:: '. :.:. Mara II TMuu loam, .a.1"..s.1i ,

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Voltaire
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was put durance Tile in his Thvrwday .mraarySOKatwtfay == 6 4.... .... .... ... .. IAoHburj .. .. II IOlm f Pew ...
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young days and it was not his fault that :: Fefcraary22KfcbruarytT .. HfIIIa ".... ..... .....T.__. ... ... J0t'pu: S 14w1; l'I-
be did not go back to the Bastille directly Th rs liiyf +: ...S:..;.LT........... 1lsasa S lfB)| ". Orlando .. .. .1 elm 7 Na. ar. ;y'!
after be came out. The who I < a4aT t .... ... 4ibo. "... .... .....Winter Park. .. .t pml..Saar, ., D61Ma.
regent, a rkra ..
rightly judged. that it would be better to Tuesday... ............. ....... ..... ....Marti>ty SIbereaheraatflj' = 140515. 4 4Ilpe.r..t ."...... .... ....St.. .:Lacoorbee Catherine .. .... ...... ..." 10 II ISpm-" ;. S tnjaim l
have young Voltaire for a friend than for i Th r day asi Saturday DEPARTMENT. 6/e15 BM, had, fu.. .. i' iiptu 84*Ml! a:
sent the Do Nooe L SEED : T18aaa 6tiA : ...... .. ...I'UntClty :.:: : :. 4r pna: 74 aaiiM : ;
an enemy, Marquis to>> 8... T Mpaa ...... .... ... .. .Tampa .. .. .. ,.., Mara! t
tb% Bastille with orders to release the I Leave >a aaa. : ;., .j
young satirist and bring him straight Monday. :: S .... Ly..JackOoyil\t'\ .. ... .. .... 71n.m&& 97aua '
the Palau Royal. The order was duly WedovMbiy.Pebraary.FebnaryflFriday. It cabbage<$ aId Jurrip Seeds Just F I eceiued. ).4 it spa Ar.... .... .... LakeCixvLrnOak .. . .. "-alllt I4aam' t.; '. r

obeyed and late in the evening Voltaireand WowUy..?._. _._. February F *nary21 24 12lan.2 1= :.:::::.:'.:::...:.Madl..a..::::..::..::. :: 4 a4ae. 1 =11' tl ::

the marquis arrived at the regent'scourt Wednesday t IJOam 21rpm .' ...........JIttce80.I: i lit,.!
February ":... .... ..... .... .. .. .
While they were waiting in the Friday ._.....Febrrary h 530am 3 7f pm Tailhasee 1 ..,. "
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antechamber a heavy thunderstorm oc Wednesday Monday.--.... .... ............. ..........JMarrh..March OF-::: : S S:: ::::::::: :Biver Janetioa ::. .:.: .. ',112;I ae.nl. At
curred. Tfcron h Pullman 110npea I..... .... Pe.aeei....... .... .... II ;..,.
There came a vivid flash of lightning thAndtevertrod li.Wednesday and Friday sleepers Jacksonville I 3ISem -................4.115._.. .......... E
Goods. to Aew Orleans. 731aml.! ..... .... ... New Orleans .. ,. .. "I I' :: I
followed by a peal of thunder so deafening Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy

that an awed silence reigned among the Joseph Ilicliardson,
courtiers for a few moment It was PAS8K5GIB SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS, ETC. PERFUMES. BAY RUM.

broken by Voltaire crying out In a loud QlSERAI. AGK5T, Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our stock comprise* all of the Popular tDaHv steeps Sunday. c.-ee&IoelaITaapa..f: << St. PetenbmrR, MatwtM Rir r &ftltt. KM

voice, "Things could not be worse up FLORIDA EAST COAST ILvawAT.POULTRY. Odors Prints Oils and Varnishes, Rrushes, Painters' Supplies, Etc. West and.Havana stee sers. Mea*>er "Maoau- alt,pasts MI .Iriwr.. _, *_jl
steamer r McUose. Cevwert at Tallahassee fee St. Marks. Carat O. Minect '
there If heaven were governed by a regent' *at: Hirer taetkm for Ckattakoochee iver steamer <'onawet at UMla l e U18-
The Marquis De Nooe repeatedthis ACKERMAN & STEWART An baggage wID be eJ1eeked trom UnkMi benx. Ticket will be eoM at tkTeteVI yeLet earth
remark to the Oued'Orleansand suggested 2N it.gaa u well as at theCnioalXiKitdeketoAee.

that Voltaire should be sent backto
Ticket Agent 902 Wet flay treet. corner pHARSHALtv.. ..
the Bastille, but the regent only laughed DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN.Save X. 8.ran GTOX. Traffl Manager. A. O.LI.cW i EL4 0flL.......AID'i ,
and promised the young wit a pension. .
"*1 am much obliged to your highness," PURE BRED STOCK.

said Voltaire "for giving me the means I I FOR SALE !
to procure food, but I beg of you not to BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Your Money.One ..,K C4KRDZ'Bac
trouble yourself in future about my lodg BROWN and WHITE LEGHORNS, box of Tutt's Pills will save r f rt
ings."-All the Year Round. 1R oo CHOICE BUDDED ORANUEand ,

EGGS for Hatching $1 perils three many dollars in doctors' bills '
Which Is Mere Ukelr. GRAPE FRUIT TREES. C 1Cr YOUR
settinf9$2.50| ; five settings, $4. wll all diseasesof
"Ton say you love me better than life Fowls shipped at single express rates They surely cure For fall particulars, address or call t t
Itself. Isn't that rather a worked over
stomach bowels.
liver
the
Idea," -AL.CO-: or on J. W. BALL, .

"1\0. dearest but It may be an Oftrworked DEDICATED Fisn, No Reckless AssertionFor 2 Palatka/Fla.

one."Detroit Free Press. MEAT MEAL and
sick headache, dyspepsia,
MICA CRYSTAL G nIT

Weary a..q.-Watklns.:-Wot Hm.rge the dw.dickens you Writelfor:prices to i malaria, constipation and biliousness The U. 51 Gov't Reports 'GOODS' ARS TffJt Bfi'fPAICCS

aarryln that club for nowadays? endorseTUTT'S OaR T/re OWLr,
million people
,a show Royal Baking Powder
c. BAILIE
Hungry Hl tns lr. leap year partner ; Ii
that's why.-Indianapolis Journal. Liver PILLS superior to Alt others.
Fla.
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THE TIMES-HERALD,' MARCH 6, 1896.

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: 1YIIIC1I OX II J WOKKIXGS OF THE BORER. XO FIAAXCIAL LEGISLATION. ... .. .........
THE TIMES-HERALI I .

I Under the bead of "contemptible PROF. HCBBAKD EXPLAINS THEM TC The virtual defeat of the tariff oil! bv because of 'It
PUBLISHED FRIDAYS.'tHE imputations," the Gainesville Sun THE rntrrrLAND PEMXSCLA HORTICULTURISTS the refusal of the Senate to take it up, i Th Cough a

waxes wrath because the Savanna'! following: the virtual defeat of the bona ... rundown con-

TIMES-HERALD CO. Publisher News imputed to Senators Morgan; The; Fruitland Peninsula Horticultural hi.1, renders it reasonably certain tha V
I and Mutual ] Association held will be financial ) at V dition of the
-. Vest and others a desire for a war will' Help I there no legislation which Lingers Y

kYPIOC: In J>aDD'. Bufldint, Front Strer. Spain or England, so as' to force the : one of its interesting meetings on Sat I this session of congress It is also reas 3 and is
next to Fort OBce.7ALATKA country asilver basis. The moral urday afternoon last. The vicepresident onable to suppose that the next sessio : system I

= the Sur drawa is forcible and also com presided and Secretary Cole kept I will be equally barren of results in the : -- not affected by ordinary cough Y

the minutes. same direction. Congress therefore wi ili

FLA.,'MARCH 6. 189C80BSCRIT1OX I moo A place.little way down the same column A feature of the meeting was a paper have practically notuing to do but pass 5S 5Y medicines, will yield rea. Jy to I

J the Son makes an editorial note of a prepared by Mr. B. N. Bradt on the the appropriation Dills and'should be t able -

KATE-On Year, 'tM. 'Six I paragraph from the Atlanta Constitu different modes of cultivating orange to adjourn early.
withiT Three Month, 25 Cut4aulwnptlona The discussion hick followed The in lhe !
M Onta.due in adrance I turn asserting unworthy and corrup groves. Republican majority a S Smulsten J
II motives to whoever has the nower of was participated in by Messrs. Anderson House in view of the needs of tbe Y

THE WAR IX CUBA: I I 4throwing open the treasury" l Jo raiders Walker Hnhbard and others. treasury could find no other relief thai I "I

,etc.; and"there 1s to be more robbery Professor Hubbard had brought with an increase in the tariff taxes. This, because it gives strength to the

seems to think that the Uuitc of the people,etc.1 him a block or section of an orange when it is considered that one of the I' yi

Sates Spain is acting a hostile and Imperti These are really two samples of a too trunk that he had spent many days arguments advanced for the McKinley weakened body and enables it tog I
work intending to take it with him tariff that the tariff would .
prevalent style of what is called argu- on, ; was higher
rent part in recognizing the fact that; mtnt, and the Gainesville, endors to the department at Washington. It reduce the revenue, U strangely incon throw_ off the disease.

tlcre Is a state of war in Cuba. While tug the style, when the other fellow' showed the working of the borer. It a scent Reduced to understandable ..
I.
tie government of Spain and seems delibera-dujcsed ox Is gored, baa no moral right to object also showed a thin rim of green wood terms, it means that under a Democratic Y son and f ..' All Druggists.

to act with coolness mea.J 1 to the style when its own ox.Is on one side, and the profetsor showed administration higher rates wil iKK.E..EK.K+itNiKKKKK...I...>...l.l.3.3rM1..1.3r.iit
tin. it is taking precautionary gored. -- how the borers were working into it produce more revenue, but under t a
Itwar .
wes: In the direction of increasing and how they would ultimately destroy Republican administration higher rates

marirfe. The people, however The St. Augustine Herald has com it. Tbe professor said there werea will produce less revenue. Excessive

jarticularly hoitile in their aeroonstra out as apolitical prophet, and it may; great many orange trees along Crescent protection being a panacea far al DAYS !

tons, and the excitement in Spain ran possibly find out that prophesying is at Lake that would have oranges on financial ills, according to the Republican FOR THIRTY

Ugh against this countty. uncertain business. That new prophe this year. This he thought a bad sign,, doctrine, the new principle in
We should not be too much wroughrp does not think either of the two Ct for the borers were surely at work. finance is very simple. In order tr .

by this filing in Spain, nor be tin will "get there." *Better wait Jill after Many of those trees have no sprouts at cure a surplus or a deficit-Lax the peo.
bulatural ple. Protect a certain class at the expense
all
oily surprised at what u, after the election before indulging in prog the ground. He advised the cutting ofa of the people, and everything GRAND

and to be expected. The ac-I nostications; in all human affairs hindsight notch similar to the boxing of a pine will work together just right.

lira: of Congress in the adoption ot the I 'is better than foresight. tree for turpentine. Thi would induce
-- - --- -
,lUigerency resolutions has been ex- sprouts start at the surface of

]cted and, in fact, demanded by the< I Tampa and Jacksonville may be good the ground, if the tree was not already REMOVAL

'treat:' majority of the people, and we< : places for the State Encampment, but too far gone. This plan would save "

should be prepared for all the natara neither can equal Palatka. And the the tree, as all trees would eventuallyhave

,consequences of that action. I'' encampment:wouIJ be a good thing for to start from the ground.In .

No European people can, in the na Palatka to make an effort to secure. It response to a question, the professor ,

lore of things,comprehend the !cope< I is calculated that something like ?30- explained the difference between ( SALEM

sod meaning of the constitution t>f the< I 000 U put into circulation in the place pine and hummock lands. It was due ,

TTnlted States, and the necessities of directly and indirectly through the to the lack: of humus in the pine lands, .

'n.t situation and our position among I encampment. largely.due to the frequent fire and

< S2* nations of the world. The United I the little or no value of the Dice leaves.In .

States represents in a peculiar way the< It is surprising how positive some the hummock there was a vast accumulation -

sovereignty wan*s! opposed to tbe< newspaper editors are. The Florida of oak and magnolia leaves. 1 Selling at a Reduction

sovereignty privilege and the prerog Sentinel is as positive that lIon. J. D. These belong to the thick leaved specie

.a-tivesof dcepotism. While compare Bejgs, of Orlando, will be our next *. The live oak is peculiar to the Mr. J. W. aindman

.tiTe1y weak this country had nolhinj Governor as the Tan.pa Tribune is that south. It can be found nowhere at Pert Laws, ..
2a fear from the monarchies of Europe; W. D. Bio' ham will be the man. the north. Its leaven. are of great valueas To: Decrease Stock-:

lut now that the country showing it Meanwhile the Jasper Telegraph is a mulch and as a fertilizer. Best For the Blood

'yower-which is the power of the< positive that the slate has been fixed Professor Hubbard was invited by Prior to moving into my new quarters,
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people-It finds confronting it certain up Tallahassee, and that none of us vote to prepare a paper on the borer, Hood'c Proved It MUrlt-Ecxema!

xesponsibilities which it cannot evade If: need bother about it any more. for tha next meeting, to be held on Cured. Lemon to Loeb's Shoe Store. twill

'S would command that respect whict Saturday, Match 14; a vote of thankswas -I have iced Hood's Banaparllla sad Street.sxt
is its only safeguard from hostile aggression In their natural disappointment some tendered the professor for his various bow It is the best medicine for the blood sell !

from all sides. of those who desired the nomination ol explanations. I have ever Uken. Two 7e&D1ro I had
The meeting of the association tomorrow a tore on one of'm711mbe below the knee
One of these responsibilities, and Captain Points for mayor seem disposedto
afternoon at Huntington will
I Dollars
Spent Many
sot the leat, is the protection of weak kick over the part traces. They be a social one. fox medical attendance and treatment but' GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

peoples on this continent from nn will, however, think better of it, most all in vain. At last a friend urged me to

cue oppression \European monarchies. likely. Last year Captain Points, when "W *' Speaks Again. try Hood's Banaparilla. I told him It

This does not mean that we are defeated for the nomination, stood }loyally PUTNAM HALL, March 2. would not do me any good as I had the

impertinently interfere with:the or as a good Democrat, by the decision Editor Tlm S'Herald. me best and of they doctors said In it WM this a vicinity severe case attend of Don't fail to take advantage of this oppor-

Binary course of things in any colony of the convention; and there il. Wauhoo seems to have aroused the ciema. prevailed upon me}however
to take one Softie and when it was ailHood's
Tut when a people, like the people ol no reason to suppose that this year he sympathy of J. F. and caused him to tunty to buy the best goods at bottom prices.
will do otherwise. His friends should Sarta1 -
Cuba have been groaning under intol- '
open his -fly trap" for something else
treble for centuries rise' Inrevolt imitate their leader and acquiesce: 1 paril
oppression resides 'baked beans as he commiserates *%%*%*
showing their willingness to the rule of the majority, which they I Walter Thomas.
S South Carolina's condition.
noted
taken slight
abed their blood in the sacred cause oi agreed to do by entering the convention. -'. Well, I don't know but that the old Improvement a leave Cures

liberty, it is our duty as well as ouiprivilege State will be J greatly benefitted by the BOW used six bottle

to show our manhood in pity of J. F. Why don't her Legislature and my lg is welL Bad it not been for
entitled The Citizen speaks of the "Populist I Hood'a Bans I do not think I
treating that people as to consideration send a special committee to Federal would over lure conquered my corn
doctrine of free of 16 to 1.
and protection from that coinage Point. Florida, (provided they can plaint" J.W.Hero MAX,Fort Lawn,8.a The Clyde Steamship Co.
follows in What has made it a distinctively Pope'ist
despotism which naturally find the place) to express the gratitude Hood's Pill care an liver IDs. eonittpvttoB.
doctrine in the light of political
the exercised in peace. bUlominwJ.lick beadach..lndlaeettoa I .
war tyranny TIMES- of the Stale for his solicitous regard i
hard to tell. THE -
history, is
As the great exponent of the freedom for their welfare instead of
pass-
IERALD has been under the
eJ man, the very nature of things com impression ng resolutions of {approval and commendation Miss KATE LUCAS.MILLINERY
that the Populists merely adopted
pie us, as a power of the world,to see of Tillman'a speech in Con. : .

b it that,on this continent at least, the i doctrine previously held by many gress. Tillman certainly represents'
otherwise good Democrats and by
tyranny of tbe European system shallot he views of South Carolina,and a great
many Republicans. The Citizen is too
reign unchecked over any people in these United
many more people
much inclined to drive into the Populist -
with manhood enough to assert theirtights. States out of South Carolina. I presume -
ranks those Democrats who do not i
J. F. lites the policy of thatgreat
And Goods.
agree with it on the silver question. Fancy
The assertion that because the United and grandest of financial sneaks'

States was dissatisfied at \he recognition ; led Many by good the specious Democrats arguments have been of mir the of the 19th century, who just a few Has in stock! an elegant and diversi- Flew York Charleston and Floirda Lines

of the belligerency of the Confederate illverites, but the mass of them will see (lays ago tried to pose as a patriot be- fled line of ail goods pertaining to ,
States by the European governments the Millinery Business.!
ore the Senate for the relief of the
she is now debarred fromwognlzing their error in time. It is not goodtolicy United States "cof A SPECIALTY Full assortment of Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -
by taxing
of the to credit them with the Popuistlc treasury STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM- to Sail as follows:
t tbe belligerency
: fee or tea" to the tune of 30000000. JKOIDEKIED[ SILKS.
Cubans puerile. If that recognition craze because the Populists which have The principal ;luxury tthat tbe poor I Experienced Northern Trimmer in Calling at Charleston S. C., Both Ways:
with was
aken error
did>> anything it established a "recedetit, up an can only occasionally afford whilebondholders : barge of Trimming Lepartment. nol From Jfew York (STI.. DARD TIME. From Jacksonville,
.t and whether or not the United Slates adopted: by tome Democrats long before and other English boot. (Pier 59. B.R.) STtA>lERS- Florida.eudar. ..

the Populists irere heard of. The ........ .. .. .... ...
pleased has no weight now if we .Feb.25th.at 3 p. .. IROQUOIS! Sanday,Marti lilt,at 500 a mTuesday.
wfc Populists adopted silver simply to draw li irkers can go scot free from any tax S.j .RCHILDS.PIANOFORTES rtday. rebrllarJ28tb. 3 p maturday ... ,.., ALGOQUtv.... .... .March 3d.at s JO a m
choose to follow the precedent. Abd on their wealth unjustly gained out of l'ebl'WU'72'4Ua.atlpm.... .......8EMJKLE..Thursda'.M.veh6C.b. at S Jn am
voters from the party; do not let us u.adarlarch3datip maturday .,........ .COMA>CHK(new)*.. ....8UDdar.arda, at 11 dOa nTtanday.
Spain i, certainly, has no right to com the people's sweating:: brows. Tillman !' March:tho at 3r m....... ....t ALTKNQUIN8EMINULG .. .... .March 12.at 1 JO p ni
after help them. I -- 'alay. March loth, p m.bandar. .. .... .... .... ...fioaDcIaylarebt tbaU:30a caTjwaar.
tin If we do now over a year will not hart true democracy as taught .March 12th. at 3 p aiatnrday .. ..COMANCHE (new)* .... .March 11. at \30am
what she did after only I March Mth at a m .... IKOQUOIft .. ...Thurmly, March ,
in Cuba, p 19 at 7 JO a m
T war its first leaders but will aid the
Editor Codrinsrton, of the DeLand by 'tmtday K&nhl.th. at 3 pm...." ..... AIXiONQUUS .... ....HoBdaf, March a at .:39 a nThand4y.
!about two months of our civil war Weekly News recently found himself party to get back to its true moorings. atorday, March 21st. at 3 pm...t... r tCOM C(nnr)) .. March 21.&t t 39 pm
March Mth, at 3 in. IRoquot3..Satiny. March
e do in sympathy with a people bat- in what might be called a box. He What does J. F. think of Senators And ORGANS. 'ue0ay. p ::: ... ::::::.SiML\OLE ::: : : 29. at 4-ou a mttnrdayIarch25tb.atSpm"
..... .,.IL'JTyVpWar.oS S
of manttat 'uosdT March 311 at 3 p m. COMASUiK! (DeW)- : a
[gag for the inalienable rights had Teller and Carter both Republicans, GREAT SPE-
wanted to many a wife, and he a ?IANO TUNING A t acbollnDe direct New York direct3LYDE'S
Spain did in hatred of those newspaper on hi. hands. Now, if one of them chairman of the Republican CIALTY.
desire to aid in th* de- ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
sal in a* there is anything that demands wore National Committee as to what
Mr. CHILDS traveling salesman
tr C&.lOl1 of the only poKer. capable ofRaiding persistent: and consistent attention than theY had to say to their Republican and tuner for twenty was ytars for P. P. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."

:1 "bem. a newspaper U is a newlv created wife; colleagues in the Senate last week- W..neio'leat.. Sou.hern music house Steamer "FRED'K DeBARY."
e people oi the United States jeo- auJ if there ( anything that demands when tbe told knew they were dishonest or N w Orleans. Mi. \Vfrlemmadei

: will uptoold (ongr ae iu its ac- more persistent and consistent attention etc? On, it was racy times public assertion that)Ir. Child was Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 3 30 p. m., DAILY

: :ud will cheerfully acqui *te in btn a newly created wife it 1 is a news- there. A Populist Senator told them (the)I.leans.best piano tuner in the city of New EXCEPT SATURDAYS, for Pajatka, Sanford, Enterprise and Intetmediatajandirg

ver step* nw become u'eeliq" paper. And Editor Cudrtngton bad they' lied. I, too like J. F., feel sorry Mr. C1IILDS keeps the best and on the Si. Joints RiTer. Returoio, leave Sanford at 9:00: a. m., and

a otetiug Uic lousKjuencea ot that the prospect<< of having both on his for poor old Sherman, Hoar, Platt and :heape Pianos ever sold' in the South. Enterprise 9i30 a. m., DAILY EXCEPT SCJTDAY, for Palatta, Jacksonville, and
acutia, I All orders can be left at Cocbrane's ntertuediate Lindiogs. .,
hands at once! Nor, tf there is any Aldrich, for they failed to answer.
book store or may be tent Jiroagh the General P MeBr and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bar Street JacksomTllle,1"1.L -.
) could not. See J. F., see !
source of earthly blips more unalloyed They .
posloffi"e. J. COLE 6eDerall'aMell Aeemt |'r.I.IROXMOTOES.Jx.. ru.1'u..Act.
The State Democratic ExecutiveC.'mmiiee. bin the conduct of a weekly newspa- The early vegetables and melons are Residence* First street second door I B UowtlJ'-C Green. >.w Yet >M Went Bay .Jaekaoavklla
\ it is said, will meet on it is the marrying of a wife: and, ookin? fine. air. T. J. Rogers, our from McLartv's X. K.CLYDE.A.T. )t. [JXO.L.HOWARD, Ffa.5' Arc..
per store.f S BonrUag OreM, Sew YMkH{ Ft. HOCM 8'.Jaeu.,1Ue, J1a
March .21th. to make arrant ments alto! tbe craven of thw proportion, leading vegetable grower has a san.e FLA. I D.Do C. M. KF.. A_ J.A. LB8tra: I*"**. **UeIIt.
12 Mo.Drlawaaear., Phi'adalpkia.I fnuc H 8a' .r..ril1e. haTHu.
: .: the' hold?.L "f tins! a&e Convet.- it tree. Under the clreuaittancc most on bin face that can be Men at all FOR SALE. U. UttliB.T. M. a fiovltec rime New York'WM.

:u>u- _____ ___ ian would have succumbed; but MrArfogton :/ times, and well he may have, for hit

(* rose sopeSor to tbe .It *- prospects are certainly doe at tttis time One of the most desirable P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

The conMoumkr ift.dld of ine Grand uou.s it was woman who had puf for a ood crop 13 Yo. I>.|..&n> Art PIRadphl. K ......Uaa(ire-.. K' .. ......1&G
Arniv' of the Republic)! appears to be One of citizens suddenly
him in the box. be determined that the oar wa Places in Putnam -
llnuft but an up u>.,)ale 4 racial. It by the thun
anti lIe hw awakened the other night
him out. put
anaus:, wa being in charge of the women of der. He sprang out of bed, thinking '
for
newspaper Sale I
aud some thousand of those who once DeLand for a week, while he tookcharge that the Spaniards and Cubans were to Railroad and rove SurdSavingShown

wore the gray should unite jn a grand of the: wife. That i s *bv tb* bombtrding each other, and that the Well send you our General Catalogs
,. in Xw York JUif News was a (Woman Edition" last River.'
r Cession cit\, wa edition. thunder was the rear of their cannon. and Buyers Guide if you
oommaadef-his is of OMtcnsequence week. And it was a good / rod us 15 cents in stampe. That
i. i"be name lie was an old Con fed; he must have Residence
= -- --- Elegant najra part postage or expreaaage,and
eems to think that because g 7 Whtn in Urooklyn or New York.. been aremin he was at Petersburgagain. ORANGE GROVE aud EIGHTY keep*off kilera.If .
the boysn gray once shot al the call on Jonx J. LITTLE at the ""Bohemian vith modern improve- .a Dictkmary of Honest Values;
ftov' tn clue they shook Lot now march Cafe," at 910 Bergen street Wauhoo knows but little of the county ORES of LAXD, within two men Fun of important inlortnatioa no
unde> the folds of "Od: where will find a full line ot fine ments. matter where jroa buy 700
.;;ether you and K>litics. Who was chairman and secretary of Pa1a\.ka.vUl tell for ooe-thhd Qostrations fella =
taooo : of
Beer Cigars
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Glory." The ,bjection aeems silly Tobacco.Wines, Liquors, de7" of the late Republican Convention For full particulars ,.,, articles and right price of each. Oo

enough; but the folds of "Old Glory" in Palatka Will J. F., who knows this --e' profit only between maker and oser.
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cover no more loyal hearts than those The U. S. Gov't Reports all things and whose pity is always iddress R., care For particulars address KUV Get nYWttiV&V it. %&f

bearing in the bretfta of the thousands s.3w Royal Baking Powders oozing out, tell us poor bactswoodacracXca ffice. I. O. Box 4&', Falatfca;Fla.! H1 ivivillU\J7TtClCT-tt6 MkIIIpII ARC rAfQJ &_co.,

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THE TLIES IERAIiD. .i 1I 1 A Popular Hostelry. lion' This I
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o The traveling public are fact finding f AVe offer One Hundred Dollars Re-.

ISSUKD EPEtiY..fLLIDAY: out the excellent service that I* ren- ward for case of Catarrh that can
ranges any
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-- -- of Potash. nnder the management of mine host F. J. CHENEY & Co., Proprietors,

PALATKA. FL,., :MARCH 6, 18M5.ll are heavy feeders I James Gamble. The many Improvements 1 Toledo, Ohio.

... i Potash exerts a marked influ- that have Ittely been made to I We, tbe undersigned, have kuovrn
---- CASTORIAfor
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the
1 ence on the quality and quantity I the hotel added to the xcdl'nt fore F. J. Cheney for years,
,..... honorable iu all
\.! 1eYCrtyp< Ira L u ru .rs 1 believe him perfectly
: ::" n.. '1'" of the fruit. Florida soils and good service will make this bOOM business abactions, and flnancu' I IT

\ I t"i... I.i.a tw .At .'......'. I jb'eing largely deficient in Pot. a popular resort' for winter tourists a< able to carry out any obligations made
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THE TIMES HkRILW ('olt'-.un'. 'ash, a heavy application of a from the neighboring' country who WEST TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Infants Children.
:tuN FLArt. rUW "' I fertilizer containing not less I'are in Palatka for a day and wantinga Toledo, Ohio. and

ofActual really go Ml dinner at a moderate WALDINO, KINNAN MARVIN, I .
than
-------'--"---=--=--.=: -- 't i-- I \:*% price will do will to register at the Bt.George. I Wholesale Druggists; Toledo Ohio.

Democratic Ticket Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally MOTHERS[ Do You Know that i' corte. ;
City
Potash acting directly upon the blood ','. Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrupa aH
Misses Mamie and Eva Warren
and
____ I of the .
and mucous surfaces system. most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine t ,}
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For Major: Buchanan, of "Clarelnch Place, near Price 75c. per oottle. Sold by all druggusts. I
should be made. The best
I Francis, were in attendance at the Testimonials free. Do Tan Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons r
Beaj. J." GV alms. ; in the state will bear I
Guards' entertainment
groves Tuesday even- Do You Know that in moat countries druggists are not permitted to eQ narcotic J

For Aldermen: 1'I testimony to these facts. ing. Como V. L A. Sapper. without labeling them poison t .

Ward l-<5. Loper Bailey. Cowy.j.nbl.ti are MX advotttnt ciraltra Imam.be The Milage Improvement Association :
.p*.*l krOlatn bat are practical work,contain. SHERIFF'S SALE. and entertainmenton Do Ton Know that you abonld not permit' any medicine! to be given your ehUonleat .,
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Bond.
Ward 2-S. E. gave a supper
Ing(west m.rcb.s CIII lh snVijtrt oll'eftiliaa&ioa..4I
you or your physician know of what U Is composed f
Ward 3-C. A. Flnninger.' are really kcloful pfa.en. Tbj art MM free for the night of Thursday of last week,
J.W. Pltcomb as Admin1 .
the aakiag. De Yon Know that Castoria la a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Bat ot .4
Ward 4-S. J Kennedy. e CKRMAX KALI WORKS Istrator, etc., I The supper was success. It was well fiU

Ward 5W. S. Nu ent. '! >101:01..541\-... Townbf Pa's tsHeights. j f Execution. cooked&, well served, and what was not I Ingredient is published with every bottle" '."
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Ward 6-F. G. Hafers. A NEW INDUSTRY. In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, well eaten was auctioned off; so that it I Do Too Know that Castoria is the ineeciijiOoo of the famous Dr.S&mueI1"Itcher. ....

Ward.7-E. W. Green. in and for Putnam County;Florida. all counted for something. No case of i That it has been in cue for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria to now sold than

Looms & SON, WITH PROPER CERE- indigestion has been heard of so far,so i of aH other remedies for children combined f .
VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
MONT, START Tntm PLANT INTO By
ACTIVITT. out of said Circuit Court in above entitled that it was an all around rood supper. I Po Ton Know that the Patent. Office Department of the United State, and of
WISE AND OTHERWISE. ante bearing date March 4. 18%,to me di I
rected. I have levied upon the following property Anyway, it netted ttbe ladies 2525. other countries,have Issued exclusive right to Dr.Pitcher and hie aasifM to wee the word 4
On Monday afternoon, at half past ,lying and being la Putnam County and 1 .
rara graphs Pertaining toralatka point- invited friend SUM of Florida to-wit: The entertainment part was eulertaralBg -i **Catorl**..elita formula and that to imitate them W a state prtooa Offense f
two o'clock, many as- >H of Block 7, Kurt Addition to Palatka to the audience the entertainers I
wily Present enihled at the new machine shops ofGeorge Heights.being Lot 4,A,I. 10,U, 12,In Block Mo. large Do Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this government proteetbawubecause
7,of said ten*... being excellent in their several -
Who is Bemis? W. Loomis & Son on Water .u the property of laid defendants, 1 will ten Castoria had been proven to be absolutely barmlassf
also
the seine at public auction,at the front door of parts. And the entertained
street, to witness the opening of this the Court House in Mid county tetween the I Do Ton Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 3&
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Cyrus. visited legal hoar of sale,on the did well; they applauded whenever the I .
which is destined
great enterprise, to cents,or one cent a dose t
Palm Beach tiffs week. sa FIRST TUESDAY IN APRIL, 1896. proper time came and laughed at the i
be of much benefit to Palatka. '
the the Cth of said limes. Nothing disconcerts a' De Ton Know that when poeeessed of this perfect pnp&ratIoD.1OW thfldrea maybe a
Weed will preach In St. tame being; day month h proper
Bishop Exactly at the appointed hour, Rev. the highest and bet ,for cash.
performer more than for an audienceto kept weQ and that you may have unbroken rest T .a
Mark's Episcopal Church next Sunday. N. E. II. iUbry la a manner befitting And upon such eats l being made I will make
execute and deliver to purchaser or purchasersa laugh; when it should applaud, and Well these things are worth knowing. They are facU.
Mrs. II C. Gautier and eon Pier, of his eloquence, began his address, and good and sufficient deed the said purchaser .
or purchasers. paying for title. vice versa. But a Como audience can :
vislt/d the city Wednes after ten minutes allusion to circumstances JOHN W. HAOAW.Sheriff.. .
Crescent City, always be relied on to do its part wen. n. f-.m.lle d' // ..- teen ..vsr7algwatnr'e

day.The surrounding the occasion, together R.m6.4wIN W.Jt W. )[. DAVIS' P lntur.Attorneys. It is not ujual to make much mentionof of wrap .I'

Honorable Board of County with words of encouragementfor ;
an audience. Of course, it is always

Commissioners session. met Yesterday in regular on and the the enterprise immense, steam and well was arranged turned CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL large and appreciative, but that it hasa Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.

pad to perform at an entertainmentnever
plant started without the least confusion CIRCUIT, fLORIDA, PUTNAM COUNTY 1I1
The stock of Wm. H. Speck deceased seems to enter the consciousness

is being sold at auction. The ; and the loud, musical whistle an- -IN CHANCERY. of the ordinary reportei. The
nounced that another industry had Elizabeth F.Hodge* Bill to Remorers
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stock consists of diamonds. watches, I Cloud from Title audience, however, is one of the prIn-
been added for Falalka's development.This FA.SimmoniTrustee! ,et.1 J and Relief.
of entertainment
etc.f cipal
Jewelry, ingredients an ,
establishment is one of the best TT APPEARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT OF
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R: J. Riles 1 D. )L KIRBY,' Esq.. Complainant's At. and on it the success of the affair
and most complete in the State. Conspicuous torney filed in the above entitled cause,that be
Monday morning a bright baby boy. believes that the defendants. F.A. Simmons. mainly depends,especially when a sup-
among the machines arc a fine Trustee, and James Marlon, are non-residents
Tnt TI1U !- ERALD extends congratu lathe improved planer and of the State of Florida but that they: reside per is an adjunct.
an shaper
lations. or at Cedar Rapids, in the State of Iowa and The duet by Mrs. Underwood and
and an immense drill press. that they are both over the age of twenty-one
year,and that there Is no person in the State Mr. Digget was thoroughly enjoye J by Finninger's /
Belle Joost and her accomplished :
Mrs. The public are invited to call and Inspect of Florida the service of a subpoena upon
daughter Miss Vlrgieol Pales- whom would bind such defendants. the audience,who clapped and stampedits
thejjew plant. It Is therefore ordered that the defendants approval of the sweetness of the
tine,Texas, are the guests of ( J.H. F. A. Simmons Trustee,and James Marta do
appear complaint filed herein milkmaid and the exquisiteness of tbe
: l'illOO:
Dorsey. L st Colors and on the rH APRIL. A. D., 189$. the
wholesaler : sane being a rule day of this Court. young gentlemen matrimonially In-
It is rumored that a large It is further ordered that this notice be published -
r PaWrns in SummerGcxzis once A week for four consecutive weeks clined.
house from Savannah will occupy the In the Ttnts-Hta4LD. a newspaper published Mrs. Mizget sang very sweetly two

Florida Commercial Company'?'Butt* arriving in Putnam County Florida. English one of them a dialect
everydayfct songs, G
Witness my hand and official teal this 16th day
Ins to be vacated by Uedemalm Co. of February.A. D. 18U6. song.
Bopd'g.Albert [L. I.} J OS KPH PRICE,Clerk. And the choruses and college songs
Mr. Geo. W. Morgan, after a brief Solicitor.II. *I. KIRBY.Attorney and Complainant's ten.4wGUAIIDIAVS by the balance of the musical talent BIG CLOTHING HOUSE

visit to Charleston, S. C., passed Browning, the barber, has was good. At least that is what the

through the city yesterday on his return moved into new and more convenient NOTICE audience said. .
The "brownies" waited the tablein .
on
to his home at Edzar. quarters in the Morasme building ..
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Palatka will not want for amuse- Lemon street, where he will'fix up an IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL ------ .,
NOTICE| the Couat1 J.dgeof Patnam County *
meats within the next few weeks. In elegant shop. Florida, MONDAY, April 6th 1896. for How TO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH. I -i i

addition to Mrs. Mitchell's "Queen NINETY PER dE.NT.. leave following and described authority land.to sell situate at private and being ate the in If you are suffering with any skin or The LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE ..

Esther" St. Johns LOdge, No. 8, K. of the County of Putnam and State of Florida blood disease, Rhuematism, Catarrh,
to-wlt: An undivided one-third interest In and .
Of all the take
P., is arranging to present U A Celebrated people need to a course to the seiof se.,.. the wof, et the e%of.%. I Ulcers. Old bores! General Debility.
of Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season to the cwt/, of nw .. and ewy. ,of Bee-
Case" within a short time. non 1. the. of n&;' the aeI,(, of etc., send stamp to the Blood Balm Co. STYLES of '
prevent that rundown and debilitated D.If,. the .... of : and e$01 ..I ofeo..
"l cannot take Cod Liver 0111" This tlOil 3.the sw% of sel'"and of ewtof' Sec- Atlanta, Ga, for book of wonderfulcures
condition which
invites disease The
tlon 5,the e1 and the ee V4 of nwof Section
This book will the
is a mistake. Try Aromatic Cod Liver invested in half; a cloven bottles 7.the ne".4 of se4...and wt,of *e% of: Section 9. free. point e
R. H. Band &; Co. Baltimore money the e% o( nw%, the sw'/.of nw{,., and n% of ray to a speedy recovery.Jtanlc
Oil made by of Hood's Sarsaparilla will come back sw%ui Section 11 the el;;.the e%: of w'i and r
Md. It has no taste cf the oil. wH of *w>(of Section 13, the lei 4 of nefj.these Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) is manufactured -
with large returns in the health and ?the*S of swV4 and sw>/, of 'w"4of: Section after a long tested prescription of an CLOTHING
Delightful to take. Prescribed byphysicians. 15.all of Section 1 ,the e>4 ..f Section 19,all of ]
Builds broken down vigor of body and strength of nerves.IIoon's Section 21, all of Fractional Sections 23 and 21. eminent physieUn, and is the best
up all of Sections 29 and 31, toe n% of nw>4, the building and blood purifying medicine .
systems cures Consumption and ..>4 of nwyv and nw>/4, of sw!'. of 8ection -
of
PILLS are easy to buy, easyto 43, and the Fractional Se'of iw% of in the world. Beware substI-
Bronchitis. For ealfc by Ackerman &; all of said lands in Township 9 tutes. Price $1.00( for large bottle. Ste
take Cures alllh'erIU.
to "or.h
Palatka.L. easy operate. South 35 }ast belonging to SallieFooks advertisement elsewhere.
Stewart. minor daughter and devisee of Benja IA
23c.
mink.,deorased.JOHN For sale by Druggist In the BEST and MOST HANDSOME
C. Stephens, the enterprising R. WILSON --' l
ti e'o .
Guardian.K. .
Upper Lemon street grocer,has openeda ; 4Bemis? E. HA-KELL,Attorney for Petitioner. Removal of I. Meyer.L .

store on the corner of Kirby and fe21-td Meyer the Baltimore dry goods PATTERNS, are included in the Large /1

Morris streets, for the accommodatiouof Eo C.' Kelly 'was summoned tp Columbia IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE or merchant, has moved into his handsome -

the residents of that neighborhood. S. C., Monday by the information WILLIAM n. SFKCK, DECEASED. quarters under Graham's Hotel,

It is his intention to keep in stock at of the serious illness of his father. PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS against .Lemon street, where he will be glad to Stock just received. In the line of

aU times a full and fresh stock of We trust the illness is not as serious ALL estate of WILLIAM ri brix-K deceased, see his friends. Mr. Meyer will soon .
Inhe line. We are beret y notified to present the same to me.
everything grocery as was supposed. as Administratrix within the time prescribedby oren a large line of spring goods, to r

would suggest that the people in that law,and all persons indebted to said estate which the attention of the ladies is ,
are required by this notice to make immediate
vicinity support his venture. Who patnent of the same tom, sgent.CHARLES J.kootao invited.
is
Bemis? Gents'
a his offir in Palatka. Florida.MARY FurnishingsMany

Mr. end Mra. J. E. Colvin, accompanied JO: al'llINE M'tCK.Administratrix. Charlie deCoursey and Ella Colemanwere

by their bnght little 80n, Warren The Ideal PanaceaJas. January Rtxa. P ITth.CALHOCX 1KK Attorney Jal7-8w married at the A. M. E. Church,

were in Palatka from their beautiful Wednesday evening, February 2Gth.
L. Francis Alderman, Chicago Beautiful and Attractive No

home, "MagooUa," near Francis, says: -'1 regard.Dr"KID't' Dilc very There were present at the wedding

'Tuesday,and paid THE TUIES-HERALD: I as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs NOTICE I probably the largest crowd which has '

an honored call. : U. S. LASD Orncx UAUTESVTLI.X. Fuu, \ assembled similar elties offered at
Colds and Lung Complaints, havirg January IS,1896. { ever previously on a are now ve Low

Among Ute many brands of fertilizers used it in my family for the last five /COMPLAINT HAVING RKKN ENTERED occasion. Charlie is one of the most I .,r" .
\j at this office by H ILLItx II. BaT A lOr against ..."
offered to the fruit and vegetables years, to the exclusion of physicians Hexeklah B. Drawdy for abandoning his Homestead orderly, courteous and obliging young I Prices. '
Bntry No.Ztlt>9. dated Iieceuiber 21. 1891. hit He has for /
growers, the L. B. Darling Fertilizer prescriptions or other preparations." upon the sw 4. sw 4, Section 2, nwi/4.nw'V4.See. men among race. 0l
Company is entitled to favorable men- Rev. John Bnrgus, Keokuk, Iowa 11. and net' ne!. Section 10. Township 9 8. many years been with Gay Brothers,i ,
R.25 E, In Putnam onnty Fla, with a view to s
writes "I have been who him a high recommendation.The ,
tion. Growers know that bone is : a minister of the the cancellation of mid entry the said parties give
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 are hereby summoned to a-pear at lUnnrrvlite. bnde is very industrious, and toIgetber
probably the best ouree from which to year or more, and htve never found Ha. before Jubn Harvey, \. P, on MON the match is an unusually StOOd I
DAIt
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,the wh day of M Mti'H ixac,at 10 o'clock
obtain the phosphoric acid to necessary anything beneficial or that pare me :. m.. to r**]>nad and furnish testimony conrerttiag one. Of the large crowd at the church,

to plant crowlh" aDd the use of boneas such speedy" relief as Dr. Kin '* NewInscovey. win be considered said alleged at abandonment.UU office MARCH The case 27I fully one-half were white peoplf.T C. A. FINNING-ER.

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a baste for their .reDden the TIT this Ideal Cough !*** J. >>. BAR(X>.
Remedy now. Tnal 'Bottle free at frt-td liejlster
Darling brand valuable on that account Ackerrnan& Stewart's Drug Store. -.A. -

alone. Their advertisement in another >OTICE.U. .

column will give the claims of the company Prof. Geo. 1L Trajlor, the dancing 1\LIen.'s outf1tter.:
.SjLAJtw orrtcB QArxEsvTLLx,FLA,I MRS BLOCK ..
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to patronage more ID detail.. Head master, tendered an opening soiree at January 27,iwe. f

tt and consider the question |got what the Opera House, Monday evening, OMPL(1NT 1tAYlBERN ENTtRtD
,
\j at tM nfflre" by WILLIAM |{, Havaxagainst
fertilizer to use carefullyAwarded which was welt attended and highly en- Andrew J. Drawdy fr abandoning his 4
Hor> stead } 'try No.3M71,dated l'e eintwr U.
The
joyed. professor is a young man beat.upon the e>, .e<.. Section 3, TownbU9.. FINISHING BRAIDS
ot undoubted grace and abibty and has S. Range: a:. in Jetsam Couaty Fla with anew
to the cancellation of said entry eM said DRESS LISINUS
ant claM recommendations from the parties are hereby son atoned to appear at

Highest Honors-World's Fair leading dancing masters of the country. BsnurrvUle. Fla.. before day of Juaa MARCH Harvey.t.atMwelock N. p.oaMOXDAY.UMttk W HALE BON B3 and CA3IN3S. Yacht Sails and Rigging

DR.: a. m.. ..> respusKl and tarnish teMliaomyeoncfratogsaM
He tuccveded in establishing a class of aliens*badoB e t. The ease BEST CORSETS (R. & Go's.)

twenty-two pupils, and will Rive instruction wm besxwsMered at thta office MARCH 27.t9ee. We make high-class and
a specialty Yacht Sails
J. )I. RkRCO.sbtee.. COATS' CO r TON 4 ant V
at the Opera House. Mrs. ref-" r( .
% Rigging-and guarantee oar sails to fit perfJ't11'Send
Ilestoo will furnish SPOOL SILK, LADIES' WAISTS,
music.
Professor
NOTICE FOR rCBLiCATIO>. us dimension of Jour boat and we v m submit.
"lEiBAIINfit Travlor expects to give a soiree to his CHILD'S CAPS LEST HOSIERY.
pupils and their friends LASB OTFICK AT <*AIXS>YIU.K Fuc. I sail plans and estimate on her complete outat-
every Friday Fefecuarj Ian 181.16. | HONEST SHOES at Lowest, Price" I
evening. VjOTICK: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named settler ha filed notice of CROCHET: SILKS.
his Intention to wake final proof in support Flags Ttsrues
UM4adae tied Oet.'tnca-P;la Pitta. of his claim and that said proof will tie made CROCHET COTTON white and aDNets d ,
eoUored.
before Clerk tire-nit Ooan.at Palatka. Fla. onru ,
APRIL 16 J8OI tmM.... e
Frank
Hammer "
the "'
genial
representative : John RManght. of Johnson Fla.. Hd. --- /

of the Cadahy Packing Company T3 WCLforthewVjof L sw*... See. X Tp. JL 8.5. Stamped Goods, Ladies' Wrappers.. ''' "''''.."'...._, aoGoods.

Jacksonville, arrived In Palatkaon He names the following witnesses to prose his ..... .. .. I
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his emUaooas residence upon and cultivatioa of )IILL( knY. First-Ctass
Goods
PWDffi regular weekly round Tuesday. raid land, via: Samuel J. Vase of Johnson, Pariie
1 Fla.John D. Tame of < .
Frank makes Palatka Johnson. Fla. John T. -
every Tuesday, Johnson of Johnson. Fla. Saaaoet N. Baxter sold ONLY.:: =- ,. t

MOST PERFECT MADEA and confidentially, from "h?ar--I&T," of Kdgar. [1a. J.M.BARCO.Register.. LadW Knit Underwear. -=--...-'=22sT: =r snd6 (stamps) for new IIJ1I *ted Catalogue .

Crape Cream *f Tartar Powder. Free he would not object to coming here feSfio .
pure
from Ammonia Atom or any other adulterant every other day and remaining until it Ladies' Linen Underwear. GEO. B. CARPENTER 6 CO )

40 YEARS THE STAKDARD. Is time to come again. Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder Parasolaand! Umbrellas. 02, 204, 2M, 206 S. Water St., CHICAGO, ILL.

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I SOMETHING UP HIS SLEEVE.
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I Bat It Was Hardly; What the Qofck Baa P.J. 3ECKS

Ia the Audtone Expected.: :

\ f ":;OW, ladles and gentlemen,'! said the ,

; I I conjurer "having shown yon that theI

( I I, cloth Is absolutely empty, I will proceedto I MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OFWAGONS

take from it a bowl of goldfish.! Pros-

i ? / /4 to I"

All round the ball people were saying:

"Oh,how wonderful t How does be dolt?" .
I. -i
But the quick man on the front seat .

.i f1 ,I{Raid In a big whisper to the people near And Other Vehicles.

. l / him, "He-had-it-up-hla-aleeve!"

? ; ;, Then the people nodded brightly at the

; quick man and said, "Oh,of course'I" and CORNER LESION AND FOURTH STREETS

j everybody whispered round the hall, "He
-had-It-up-his! -sleeve!I"

I : ; 'I ; 6t "My next trick" said the conjurer, "Is BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE SHOEING.
the famous Hlndoostanee rings. Yuu will
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) / notice that the rings are apparently sepa

4 rate. At a blow they all join(clang,clang, hare
H GFWe eiterienced Workmen in all
our of the
r f clang). Presto!
VERY BEST aAiSfSSwtSto
MATERIAL ana we GUARANTEE
There was a general buzz of stupefaction price
till the quick man was beard to whisper and style of work. 21.1

"He-must-have-bad-another-'

lot-up-his-sleeve!I"

Again everybody nodded and whispered
EL PLANT
1 "The rings-were-up-his-sleeve I" SYSTEM.

The brow of the conjurer was clouded .
,w )1.- "
with a gathering frown.

To AH Sarsaparillas.Down "I will now," he continued, "show yon
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a most amusing trick by which I am en- 4259 MILES T

abled to take any number of eggs from a
f
In Georgia, over fifty years ago, a marvelous'medicine was discovered. It was whatis hat. Will some gentleman kindly lend REACHING
Most
now known as I-. P. P., (Lt m4"'S Gnat Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been me his hat Ah, thank you! Presto! the IMPORTANT POINTS
growing with the years. He extracted 17 eggs, and for SS seconds

For Rheumatism Blood Poisoning, Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders back and joints, the aadlenoa began to think that he waswonderful. -L'l-

Dyspepsia, )Malaria Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases it has never been equalled. Then the quick man whispered
' Pain U subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by along the frost bench, "He-has-a Albania Georgia, South Carolina,
l its wonderful influence.P. -hen-op-his-sleeve!" and all the people -

1 p P. P. is a wonderful tonic and strengthener. Weak women should always take whispered It on, "Hehasalotofhensuphissleeve Florida Cuba and Nova Scotia.

P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout I"

y r the country, because we publish the formula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the The egg trick was ruined. It Perfect Passenger Service I
most skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. It went on like tall through.
transpired from the whispers of the quick
\
...... man that the conjurer must have concealed
Read The Truth And Be Convinced. -' up his sleeve, in addition to the rings

t hens and fish several packs of cards a

A Wonderful Cure. silent thins. Ve handle about ODe dozen bottles loaf of bread, a doll's cradle a live guinea
week.Drs.. f pig, a 60 cent piece and a rocking chair.
i was a martyr to tnoscnlar; rheumatism for thirty .J.M.tit M.RICHARDSON,Piedmont,S.C.
yearsI : tried mil medicines aid doctors with BO per. The reputation of the conjurer was rapIdly -
rnsaent relief. I... advised to take P. P. P.. and sinking below zero. At the close of
before I bad finished two bottle toy pain subsided Hot Springs Surpassed.A .
the evening he rallied for a final effort.
I was able to work. I feel better than I have for
yean,and am confident of a complete rtco ery. A bottle of P. P. P., has done me more food than Ik "Ladles and gentlemen' ," he said, "I
/ J. S.DCFR1SS, New .Drille, Fla. three months'treatment aUhe Hot Spring Ark. will present to you In conclusion the famous
JAMES Jd. NEWTON,Aberdeen Brown Co.,0. ; Japanese trick J'OOenU.lnvented by

from _ natives' of Will sir "
Testimony the Mayor. the Tipperary. yon, ,

f I suffered with Rheumatism for fifteen years,tried Pimples, Sores and Eruptions Cured. he continued, turning toward the quick
' aU te o-caled specifies, but to BO purpose. MyKttndson man, "will you kindly hand me your gold
cot me a bottle of P. P. P., and I feel like a I take great pleasure in testif j-lnr to the efficient "
new man. qualities of the popular medicine for skin diseases watch?
Vf.U.WILDER Mayor of Albany. known a. P.P.P I suffered for several years with It was passed to him.
an unsightly and disagreeable eruption on my fan.I "Have I your permission to put It Into
After three bottles in
taking accordance with directions
. s' I From Two Well-known Physicians. ,I am entirely cured.Capt.. this mortar and pound it to pieces" he

I We are hiring a big 1 MC for your P. P. P., and .J. D.JOHNSTON, asked savagely.The .
we prescribe it in a grcslmany cases and find it an ex- Savannah Ca. of Johnston A Co. i' quick man nodded and smiled.
The conjurer threw the watch Into the

) The above letters are taken from many received by us. p. p. P. (Lippman's / mortar and grasped a sledge hammer from
the table. There was a sound of violent 3 CHEAT EAST COAST HOTELS
Great Remedy,) is a medicine whose virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. smashing. "He's-slipped-it-np-his- OWNED' AND OPERATED: : BT TOK

P. P. P. begins its work by purifying the blood, which is the source of all life, sleeve'I" whispered the quick man. PLANT SYSTEM.

and does not cease until a perfect and entire cure is effected. "Now, sir," continued the conjurer, THE FINEST FISHING and BOATING IN THE WORLD I IPlant

The mortifying eruptions that disfigure the complexion, the tired feeling that prevents "will you allow me to take your handkerchief

\ thorough accomplishments: of the daily tasks, sleepless nights, loss of appetite, and punch holes In it? Thank you I team
there Is Line
You see, lAdle and gentlemen! no ship'
irritability of disposition all mean a derangement of the system consequent from ,
deception. The holes; are visible to the
impure blood which can and will be cured by P. P. p. / I eye." rwo ELEGANT SHIP AVERY WEEK

\ P. P. P. (Lip mll"'S Great Remedy) is conceded by physicians and the people = The face of the quick man beamed.

to be the Greatest Blood Purifier of the Age. It positively and permanently I This time the real mystery of the thing Port Tampa, ev West and Havana.

cures. For sale by all druggists or direct from us; price $i a bottle, six bottles for$5. fascinated him.
And DOW, sir, will you kindly pass One Elegant Sip Every Week between

; 1 L1PPMAN BROS PioratOU.Lippman Block SAVANNAH. GA. ma your silk hat and allow me to danceon
,
aid
.. It? Thank you! POPT TAMPA MOBILE.
.I I The conjurer made a few rapid passes

\ ._.., r+r with his feet and exhibited the hat;crushed LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.B. .

)- beyond recognition.

w "And will you now, sir, take off your W. WRENN. Passenger Manager, Savannah, Ga.
= Z# celluloid collar and permit me to burn It
In the candle Thank you sir! And --

will you allow me to smash your spectacle
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for you with my hammer Thank you!r'

Wen Thaa Poker. -- By this time the features of the quick W. Livingston's,

"I could sit down and hare good cry!t" AN ICE TRAGEDY man were assuming a puzzled expression.
i It was just daybreak.She stood at the PALATKAon "This thing beats me," bo whispered."I .
Ah. woe Is net Alack Mast don't It bit."
see through a
loot of the bed with her husband's trou- IS HEADQUARTERS FOR _
BARGAINS IN
My life is full of criefcI -- There was a great hush upon the audi
In her hand.
ers
turn for solace everywhere
drew himself
And to think I bettered him when he And nowhere find relief. enoe. Then the conjurer up

t aid he would never gamble again I" she That cvnwd Imp perauded mo. to his full height and, with a witheringlook fURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING GOODS
at the quick man, he concluded:
went on. "How angry I became when all The victim of the fates
a any friends laughed at me for thinking a To let the girl I love beholdMe the direct line "Ladles and gentlemen, you will observe

nan oould swear off each a Tloel I suspected on a pair of skater? that I have, with this gentleman's Uandaome Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than has ever been acid n Palatka

be was at It again when he dresoed! I might have known I'd come to grist of travel between collar permission, smashed, broken his spectacles his watch and burned dancedon his Hardware, Stoves, Tan ware, Glassware. Lamps and Crockery, at lowest
tip last evening and went out for what be For I am no expert
hat. If he will the further
called a little walk. lie had ISO In his And when I venture on the loe his give me prices.

pocket then; now there's only 7 oeou".llIello. I'm certain to get hart. New YorkAND permission to paint green stripes on his In fact you will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any
," Interrupted her husband, sud And yet Impelled by vanity overcoat, or to tie his suspenders in a and all times.
To undertakings rash. knot, I shall be delighted to entertain you.
&n17'waking 'What foolishness are 1'olite attention and satisfaction
up. guaranteed.
11I"t't1t out trith her on the pond If not, the performance Is at an end.
Top at nowr. And tried to cut a dash. And amid glorious burst of muslo
"i'oa may well call It foolishness," she a
from the orchestra the curtain fell, and Corner Lemon and Third Streets
napped out. "I was looking through I cot HI l I should say I did
convinced that
And now I cut no ace HavanaJacksonville,1 the audience dispersed, ,
far
your pockets 1D0I>>f. Kith br and never shall again 1 then are some tricks, at any rate that are ..
"Well" my dear, you eboso the wrong And cb. ahe: ii so nicer not done up the conjurer's sleeve.-Truth.
time he replied, with a sad smile. My heels Sew np, and duim I satWJVh
"I should I she returned. "I ..-VIA.. SCIOULE
say did a. rmeoading whAck Why Her Singing Pleased. : : :
never knew 70 to lose more than $10 In My skates flew eff. and there I lay.
One of our local charitable organliatIons
m eight before, but ibis time It's tM." AD hdpleM,on ny back'
the children in mission OF THE
] gave a concert to a -
"That's Warn, he replied.
your She laughed of coure What girl would Sunday school not long ago. Two young
blauaef" abe echoed.' "How .
can
you"My say sof 1',. done all I cowld to reform -I Then DOt tendered sympathy, women sang a duet, and when the entertainment Beach & Miller
you." Yditea area more nnweJconse! seemed Tampa and was over several of the children Line.
were brought to make their acquaintance.
"Tb.''. the Tory reason," he returned."I I Titan 4U her laugh to sne. up .
felt a little religious last evening and I limped dejectedly ashore (
"
When, osttinK figure eights, I IKy "Did yon like our song? asked the soprano
into of church fairs.-
stash West
dropped your haled rival glided tp Key of one little black eyed ballet beaded Steamer Crescent.From .
JCew York Herald. '
And banded JIM ny skates urchin.
: "Yes UJD." be replied, "we liked It floe Jacksonville 850: a. m., Sundays rues lays and Thursday
Not .l'1'ri&lac. Ah. wpe is mel Alas Alack
My life ls fall of (Tlef.I Railway.A and me an Joe thinks you sing a heap bet From Crest cut City at 750 a. m., Monday, Wednesdays and Saturday
"
turn for solace everywhere Un the other lady.
4 And nowhere find relief. A "Indeed said the soprano, to whom It Excursionlfrom. Crescent City to Palatka'ancTreturn -
I 13e's cal 11M oa.tl Irntaoice had seemed a little that way herself. -

With her. All gone to smash "Now'," In a louder tone of voice "won't Every Friday.

Are an my hopM, and all becauseI and you tell me why' you think I sing better Steamer STAR.
tried to cut a dash! '
that Miss So ando .
South
'. -Som "We Journal.It
w. o The urchin's answer was prompt. and From Palatka daily at 2:30 p. m., tot Dray ton Island and waylandlngs.
I"aaaled Him. Line perfectly audible.
"You got the eparkliest rings," said he. R. J. ADAMS Agent.
The clergyman was nervous. There Through
Post. Wharf foot of Lemon StreettGeorge
Washington
could be DO question about that. Ills duties the

were at an end, but be hung around Aa rnsattefaetory Consultation."I _. .
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and hU actions showed
the receiving party wonder bow the Is," said
warm room
tint h was troubled. lie appeared to borpdeavorlng Bloobumper. "Benny, go and look at the
convince himself that
to every Heart FloridaAsk thermometer." Hotel

thing Finally was be all tapped right, but the without young man success.In i i The little boy's consultation most bare ,

been very unsatisfactory, for bo said pre&ent1y -
knickerbockers on the shoulder and led ,
:
Btbsy-What you think of It, old man? him to one tide "The thermometer Isn't goIng.- CENTRAL ORANGE STREET.
"
Got k, in London. Elegant stuff Tailor "Pardon me, be said shifting uneasily Truth.
from one foot to the other, "but there Is a for
it
says I cant ever wear out. Under Entire New Management.
Wubsy-Gad, I should Mink not! I'd matter of some delicacy that I wish to Ticketsvia Sh. Did Not Object.
"
bate to wear U even at home.-Brooklyn speak to you about Mistress-Mary, how many times have
Ufe. "'YesP' returned the young man In. the J. T. & K.1W. I got to tell you to shut the shock draft J..tS.. G-J ti1BL1c, Pror'r.TIIOROUGIILY .

quiringly." "I trust after your fire has some up? RENOVATED CLt;A.YED and RE-FURNISHED in
Coavvrmias Bans Tea, replied the clergyman. ,
.Was Barns over a port lanreatef" asked you wW take no offense. It is a trifle un- i Write the General Passenger:; Ye Mary seem-to As enjoy many it, as ant ye makes please DO, difference mum. every department, making the accommodations first-class, and cuisine unex

the shipping clerk boarded usual but"- to me.-Boston T.ansrripU ceptionable. Electric lights, excellent sewerage and pure water. Having been
I
"He was an Xante Laurie+te,I believe," "\\.. the wedding fee too email?" asked Agent for Information. identified with the hotel business for years the present management feels sure

ventured Asbury Peppers with his usual the young man as the clergyman hesitated. Taklsis No Chastee. of pleasing his patrons. gUa.es! 1.50 and $2.00 per day.
"Not at all-not at fell," returned the
desire for Imparting tnformatIon.Cinotnnatl WB B The Reformer-You dare to say that
Engnlrer.N. clergyman promptly. "You see the fact Coffin Ackely, there Is no gambling going on, and I
of the matter Is that at the last minute I
know of three f eno games that I
personally
became somewhat confused-bewildered,
Koch ThU
( Gesl Superlited G.i1 Passenger AgesJACKSONVILLE. are running right: at this minute European Restaurant.
as it were, by the novelty of the situation
Mateap-Doctor, can tell me sucker enough to
you Chief Yon ain't
Miss The -
-and I would like to be assured that I goteverything
of a pert face powder all call keno gamblln?-Cincinnati Enquirer. PATENTS
right""Why ii iiCawns
Dr. Grufflclgb cannot, madam. A .
of did.
t'O09810U FURNISHED ROOMS
perfect face does not need' any.-:Brooklys Told the Story First.
that of love
"When It came to question At29c.SOc.andfl.00.Oysters .
Life honor and obey, you know, I was afraid Spanish General Why did you let the
rebels defeat yon? ,sad Trade-Marks obtained sad aQ Pat-j. ,
hate the Fatnr. and Steaks
y.eking I"The clergyman paused for a minute and FFMAeil Colonel-I couldn't help It, general 4 eat.....cOD.bctecS for MooCRATC' fcta. cOuj ; Chops
Mrs. Manhattan-What objection have se first. omct is OPPOSITE U. Twrromcr ; Meals tf CG1u. for want
I They got to the telegraph office Begular Can what yea
blurted out kaa
Mr. Severance then he : sad we cmasec r patent la hM Ibaa those'] >
to marrying "You're the groom aren't yout""Certainly. I HW DfUMIIIWf.. HYY r KI. Philadelphia Record. < remot fray Washy toe. i i tr: D'JiSEB carried to aay part of the aty'
,(rL Iekatde-A very serious one. p r .aew.r.l : SaId model drawing or pbota* via Aaerlpasw ; I
: .
I -.ahoi.iWiIlor.
paying till alimony already.-Troth.Tak -0... ...uo&. A We vise,U pateatabt or sot free 01 CILlS. KUPPEfiBUSCH
"Thea It's all right, and yon have BO Wtw ktr. .. re Criticism. charge,. au fee sat day liD pateat 1I.-e4.: I ,
.siat a Dbad........ Idea how that relieves me. You see, I = "I don't like her singing. Her notes > A p. ."How to Obtain PaIeatI."wfeeart 20-tf Proprietor.E'FoB .
bo tnib rseas
St. fc
>M- r e rv umatfiesC.A.SNOW&CO.
the U. S. sad
have never officiated at one of these ....,.< is ...... WftII9W KMd a. M come from her chest. < ot la tgnplaIC
'He threw zit down stairs, complaind .r,.tg..lM.. IUH> tea A4dr-.
before bloomer weddings before, and I was afraid TTyLiUl' -- MHl iJcMK "Well, ought they nett"'No :
pugilist bitterly : SALE A second-hand
I the champion : ." *.Chicago, Indeed. to stay there." good
ought
"Jiiale O.
They .
I might have made.i -QrJ.Iap:
I I was ready. i,,kadn't had a chance to .-. Tribune i"Caligraph"Typewriter Will be old
soy a word."-CbJoago Tri'uBC *> Poet? aro...+ '-. -> Sold by ACKEBMAN & STEWART Detroit 0.... pavtKT Omcc.wassnaavos D.C- .' Dt a bargain TattrwithBartz.ar. .

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THE MARCH 6 1896.

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cans would believe it was a real sure 1 TEN DOLLARS FOR A NAME. i Omc:dr FLORIDA PASSENGER Acer '

. HEART DISEASE r aflmenU when they e enough legislative corpse. But they ![ I JAcss0NIILLE, FiA.t Nor. 30. 4

bare taken bold of the system, have no doubts about it now. Even -U.J' CotJs4L The Georgia Southern and Florida .: The SocniECN RAILWAY has put

nerer gets better of IU own accord tmOtMtanfltf Dingley, Czar Heed's man, who posedas Railway, in addition to their famous into operation the moet elaborate and
jrrvtr MWTM. There are admits that it i)
its author now Pullman Buffet trains
"Quick Step"
thousand who know they hare a defeetheheart ,complete schedule of bleeping Car
but will not admit the tact They dead beyond all power of resurtction. : SyrUp ant nixie Flier"have inaugurated the Lines ever operated between .lorida

don't want their friend to worry and Its death in the Senate merely saved fastest Pullman line in the South biween <- and the Xoith. both the East sod the
!>.* 't know what f. take for it, as President Cleveland the trouble of vetoing
they hare been toad time and again that have That heritage of rkh and poor, has saved Macon and Tampa, the route being West are included in the 'ere Be-
it be would certainly
as Southern. aud Florida
to
heart dlaeaae was Incurable. Such was the affectionsit Georgia sides the two lines ruuiaux H and
Throat
done bad the Senate *ed it. many a life. For Lung
Ohio
Caae of Mr. Sllaa Farley of Dyesrllle. pa Jasper and Plant system toTampaleav J-CKsonvilie and New York via

who write June 19. 1894,a*follows: A Democratic rainbow is in sight, is invaluable. It never fails to cure Cough, log daily at 11:23 "p. m. arriving 10
"I t tic 1'., Southern Kali-fay, and
had heart dl eae for f3 years, o. .
and BULL'S '
my bear hurting me almost continually between the split of the silver Cold, Croup and Whooping-Coufch/. Tampa 2:30 p. m, next afternoon ; Pennsylvania lUiiwav, the fatcoas

The first 15 years I doctored all the time anti-silver Republicans which has had COUGH SYRUP is the best. Price 25 cents. i j leturnin, leave Tampa; lOilo a. m. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA JMITED

Until trying my MTeral last doctor physicians. told me and it was remedies only a, an excellent effect upon the membere. Chen UNCrS'LUGS,Tbe final Triacc Astidets. .8MIert.f.U.A.C.M.;tr 4 C...Bft.JM4. I| arriving iu Macon at 4 a. m. As the has been 8taWr hed. This IS .

of the Democratic party in Congress.It I I name ot its two Jacksonville Pullman:
question! of time as solid vestibuled train of baggage, mail,
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I could: not be cored. has been known all along that this _?. Made of Propia. JOHNNY BULL i j cars have become_ household words, i ii nI express and day coaches and drawing

I gradually weak.grew split would have to come but it was "Half the people In the world are always I i desire to christen iu new route with a .room sleeping car*. It runs through

and worse completely very discouraged not generally exuected until the St. crossing bridges before they come to It will be noticed that Br'er John Bull name that will be as appropriate and without cban' e. leaving Jacksonville

Louis convention. It has come now them. \ Is not complaining of ennui these days.- ?
nntfl 1 popular as its two sisters. Mr. G. A
otter at 7 the F. C. & i' Railroad
"Yes, and the half keep on going Kansas Journal.It p. m. daily by :; -
City
lived propped half and the words used by Senators Teller I Macdonald, General Passenger Agent,
over bridges ane.he7've crossed them. will bo while before Lord Sal. and reaching Cincinnati the next
a good
In because 1
bcd Macon
ap and Carter the silver side and by Record. hid therefore offered a prize often
on Chicago '
e.aUII"lie dears Ubury will tarj any time to go dock dollars in gold for the most appro.priate day at 7.45 p. m. This train has also a.

nor alt up. ThinkIng Senators Sherman Morrill, Plait and Dow liar. hunting.Washington Star. name, bearing in mind that the sleeping car fr .x Jacksonville to St.

my time bad Aldrich on the anti-silver side were of Then Phyllis bowl, with graceful art One feature of the recent international train passes the famous Suwanee river
,
Is that, Great Britain bas Louis via Atlai a, Bumtngham and
come I told my fam such a nature tint it is likely to be permanent She makes assault upon my heart developments bv davhght. All that is necessary is to
fly what I wanted The pins go down! With equal ease stopped IU press running on ultimatum I send this and HollV Springs, the most direct route. .
done when I was un'ess one or the other side 8he bring her lover to their knees.Conraceoo I -St. Louis Globe-Democrat.. I clipping, gitin/ name The SotmnKX RAILWAY has also
date of together with the lame
gone. Bat on the first day of March on makes an abject surrender, which is -Truth. !1 Great Britain now has a definite cause paper,
I and address of one or more on Steeping Car lines between
put
We shall i person
the recommendation of lira Fannie Jones I for calling tome one to account.
of Anderson lad I commenced taking npt likely. Maud. watch with much Interest her course of : who expect to visit Florida this season. Tampa and Kansas City and between
Unless Mr. Thomas Reed shall see "Is Maude bravel""Brave I Detroit Free I to G. A. MAcoosALD.G. ,
RuMla.
Dr. .Uea' Sew Cure for the Hear procedure toward Jacksonville and Cincinnati in con
and wonderful to tell,In ten days I WM tH, In the interest of his Presidentialboom ? Why, she has embroideredmice : Preu.I P.A.G. a. & F. Rv, nection
with tHe Plant via.
at work and March 19 all over a sofa cushion.Louisville annoanoement' Russia 'will :MaconGa. System
-
working light on commenced it is likelv from the i The -
to prevent ,
framing a barn which is bear; Courier-Journal. I match England ship for ship suggest that .- Jejup. The Cincinnati train with aw

work and I barnt lost a day since. I am M action of committees already deter j I I if the two countries would match ships aa dollars d through sleeper, leaves Jacksonville

year old.6 ft ,K Inches and weigh %,OIb&. mined upon that this Congress will SIX WINTER EXCUItblOXS:: 1O boys match pennies all dispute may be for Two dollar and twenty-five cent daily at ll:30p. hi.;and reahes.Atlanta
X teller I am fully erred, aDd provide not only for a material increasein decided without the need of bloodletting. only a seveniv. Kea ;
I am now only anxious that everyone shall our navy but for the beginning of a JAMAICA. Philadelphia Inquirer., THE TIMES-HERALD'S dubbin arrangement at 11:45 a. m. the next day, and

know of your wonderful remedies. comprehensive sjstem of coast de- with the Word and Works. Cincinnati at 720! a. m. the second dayv

Dyeavllle,Ohio. SiLAsFAfttrr.Dr. fence. A. THE GREAT SUNLAND OF THE WOHLD- MID THE MILLIONS. _..._. i i1. The Kansas City car leaves Tampa at.

guarantee.lines that Heart the Care first Is bottle sold on will a potdtlr benefit.*. It May Do as Math for You. Oae of the magnificent ships of the' An Mrs. Vanderbilt.> no desire to goOD 8 a. m. (Jacksonville G:90 p. m.), anJi

AlldraKKtotasellltattt: 6 bottles for$5 or the stage her actions are hard to under- '{ ': arrives in Kansas -City at 5:20 D. m.
It will D.Mile..RMedical: yn receipt of price Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111. Plant Steamship Line has been appointed stand.-Washington Po t.I \1. : ?,; the second day coins: via Atlanta, Birmingham -

fc>the Elkhart'1Dd.Dr.li1es' writes that he had a seveie Kidney to! leave Port Tampa at 4 p. m.,I It It Intimated that Mr. Vanderbilt j I.I When Baby iris sick we gave her Caitorta..r_ .1 and Slrmphis.+

troUble-for many years, with severe diligently engaged In hunting a female When she was a Chad,at".cried for Cactoria. This service gives the Southern Railway -
\ Heart Cure pains in his back and also that his bladder January 31&t, February 14th and 28th, I Roland to offset Mrs. Vanderbllt's Olive. When she became Mias,she clung to'Csatorla. four daily trains between Jacksonville

Restores Health was affected. lIe tried many so- and March 11th and 27th, striving at Washington Post When she had dkfldren,she raTe them Caoforia, and Atlanta. "
called Kidney cures, but without any 1 Vanderbilt expended 19,000,000 on a Full information regarding rates ah<*.
Mcmtego Bay Jamaica, 6 a. m., Jan .
good result. About a year ago ne DC- palace and then Indulged In the ezqulslttacto .--- schedules may.be had by addressing
can the use of Electric Bitters and uary 20th, February 3d and 17th, and of calling BUtmore. .We ought to t -. .. ,Y W. D. ALLENtFloridaPassenger -
WASHINGTON LETTER. Found relief at once. Electric Bitten March 2d, 16th and 30th, arriving Port be proud of our great families.-Spokan .; :- Agent:;

is especially adapted to the cure of all Tampa 6 a. m. January 23d, and Ft I). Spokesman.The .,

Kidney and Liver troubles, and often 6th and 20th March 5th and taxes of the Countess de Castellam, -- PINE TAR SYRUP
C almost instant relief. One trial ruary Dee Gould, are almost $100,000. Mot HORSES AND HORSEMEN.
From Our Regular Correspondent gives 19th, and April 2d. people would be content with the taxes, .
will our statement. Price only Quickly Cares) 'Coughs and Colds
prove MayflowS 9il8'has "been" told by Mr.
to nothing of the estate itself.-Kansas ,
will my
the Jamaica
Trains Railway
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 2. 60 cents for large bottle at Ackermai on City Time.. C. M. Reeds Erie Pa., and will go to Her' Peek's Drugstore' ,corner Second and
leave Bay 10:3
&; Stewart's Druz Store.Wa1e -Montego I a m, arrivingat ; *
President Cleveland is not worryin Spanishtown,. 4:30 m and Kins. many. i *
p ,
"'
eie; T4hon.streeIa.
$"uoQ
the criticism in connection' eton 5 { Will leave Kingston Forty hon f"11gh' orsq "' .. "
over silly p m, returning ? -
G.'W.:Crawford France "I
snipped by- noently. ( .;.....A
with the recent arrests of Cuban filll : 8am, Spanishtown 8:30 a m, at Dr. I4Ice's Cream Baking PowderVerier. .

C busters. Only those ignorant of law Cheap rive Montego Baj 2'30 p. m. The road' \ Fair Hlchcst Award. Trainer E. M. Gillies Is getting together HENRY STRUNZ.
from ,to traverses
liontegd Bay Kingston -
formidable lot of WOfONo&erMa
a campaigners"
make these criticisms. As well might beautiful .
a mountainous country a. COUNSELLOIl AT LAW.

a city ortounty officer'.refuse to acne 'I.' An old man who wants to be his own A branch lo Port"Antonio is expected .1 Dr. Dolphin IIarrlaon,N.J...hu avery .- ...

a warrant which had been sworn out administrator,has 1,000 acres of land, to be finished tna short time\ ., Doctors Say; : promising filly by Island Wilkes: out, FALJLTKA WATIOSAL BASK: BCILDUTO.

against a criminal as for U. S. official i a beautiful home and about 500 livorange < when transportation facilities will extend -.' .f LaxJy.LaketOoloneljack. 8aeceeaortojtMtrn R.'srlrrotan.

to refuse to arrest jflflibuslers whet) trees; located a little east of to. the division of the Jamaica Bilious and Intermittent Fevers Chinn'has been engaged M

Satsuma HightJfetaUon,' Railway. Stop-overs between iiontegi i which prevail in miasmatic districts starter at the''spring meeting of the Ken.' resigned; the office of State
they are pointed out by the Spanish and will be GHa'inf
Somebody v B a little money who Bay Kingston permitted tnoky association at Lexington. have resumed the
minister In the act of taking their 'departure wants a hor Vte or come and secfte. within limit of ticket.: I are invariably accompan Secretary Hanly has announced that the law in,all ill rnttQCtcs. practiceof

from the United States A V L. C1IATFIELD Parties holding round trip tickets can of the Queen City Jockey club' Newport Ky.. ,, W. H. Wioo.

defiance of the-neutralltylawi. ShoV de20 Satsuma flights, Fia. remain over and return on any trip indicated ied by derangements will race 31 days, beginning April 81. Office No. 1 Shelly Building oppn-
above Green B. Morris & Co. were the largest'
and Bowels.
these Stomach Liver site Court House. Falatka,Fla.
make
this refuse to-
government Children under twelve and over: winning owners 'at the Ingle ld. track,.

arrests Spain*would be in a position to Housk of all kindsto three years of age will bo charged half: The' Secret of Health. California, having to their credit'$5,310. '

to claim enormous money damage fare. Servants accompanying employers .i Cliff Porter baa sold the 2-year-old call S. J. HILBURN.

Rent for two-thirds fare. The.liver is the great drivingwheel" Green Jacket,imported Whistle ke',
from the United States, and the claim or sale.
The rate of fare will be as follows:: I out of Znhlan b1impol't d Ublan, to Pal ATTORNEY AT LAW.
would be allowed by any International in the mechanism of Dunne. The colt has been highly tried.
Thos. H. Keating Port Tampa to Montego Bay, Jamaica, i P PALATKA FLORIDA.
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court. Let this be remembered by all I The Leeh stock farm at Goshen Ind., A
one way, $37.50; round trip, $70.00; man and when it is out order, OldCfatlonal
Office orer Bank Balldln ,
The arrest of known fiUibusters is not a Lemon Street. Port Tampa to Kin stor,Jamaica, one has sold to Oakwood Stock farm Prairie ;:bppo.
$40.00 round $75.00. This the whole becomes deranged View, Ills.,A bay colt by Ontonlan, 8:07,4, site Poet-Office.
sytem
matter of sympathy, but of dollars aDd way. ; trip, full brother to Online 204 out of Bessie I All business entrusted to hl.care will K>c ...,
rate includes meals and berth steam "
on
cents. The President is fully aware ; and disease is the result.Tuti's Wllkswood, 3:80, by Wllkeswood, 2:33: "; prompt ateentlon. .u tr

that the most of the people of this PALATKA MARKTETS.C ship.Steamers of the Royal Mail Packet also a brown fllly, i years' old, by Noval :
Liver Pills out of Sallle Clinker 1:11, by Clinker,
covntry sympathize with the Cubans, flroeerie*-YVhol al.. Company are advertised to leave King 2:80. ; I. L. PU1.cell,

and there is little doubt that he does, Corrected Weekly and Kirkland br O T streets.Rnpw Bros.,.Corner Kirby ston on Tuesday, January 21st, and Cure all Liver Troubles.They're The Illinois and Indiana circuit. Just

too, but he is too honorable a man to ,Standard Gn&ulated.... Ri every Tuesday thereafter for Barba organized, Is competed of the following ATTORNEY l'
does where connection is made for
Extra Hr'*Saga 5 Ind. Bloomington
places: Bainbridge ;
let that Interfere with his. duty. Hehasthe Dry Salted tkwton Belli*. ft*; Winward Island ports as follows: St. Ills Sheridan, Ind.; Farmer City Ills.; Lad Councilor at Law opposite the _r*<
interest of the United States to Dry gaited Western Bellies.. ftU Vincent Grenada Trinidad and Tabagoj off. I Hone*.
Lebanon Ind. Frankfort
Dry Salted Western Back.......... 4 Champaign Ills; ; Will .
look out for first It its altogether Lard.. compressed. tierce......... 6\i ; also for St. Lucis, Martinique. Ind. ; Lafayette, IlK: ;Crawfordsvllle, I prr. Practice In all Conns. fALATKAvFLA. UXt-tt

that after Congress shall CUred" Ham.6O-Jb tlllI.......104J 6Vi Dominica, Gaudeloupe, Antigue, St I Ind.; Indianapolis and Terre Haute, Ind; 4
probable SUp
Kitts Nevis and St. Thomas well Ills.
rtcnlcHims. 1% as Springfield .
have finished Its speech making about bhouldert 7 as Central American ports; and on Ed Odell's nuclei for the next season's I JOHN D. BLACKWELU 'it

Cuba and decided in what form its Corned Beef, 2 1**..41.10 sicRoast Friday, January 17tb. and every alterna campaigners are Graee W, 8:81%, by

opinion shall be expressed that Presi .. Beef. 1*. 1.10 Friday thereafter for Colon Savi- Blackwood: Mambrlno; Beresford S, by ATTORNEYTA LAW
2.. 2.10 nilla, Carthngona and Port Limon. Bermuda; Oscar L, a yearliag. by Alean-
dent Cleveland will have his say in the Flour,Fancy Western Km Patent. 4-2S to 4.50Fleur For further information In regard to tara; Emily Hal, 8:94)4. by Tom Hal; ROOM laCCRILL BLOCK
,Second Patents do do. 3.90 U
matter and less that his say will meet Woe,Carolina Good.................. 3% to 4 reservations, etc., call on nearest Plant Grace Turner, 3, by Happy Russell; Cam nm PoI&-C loe. lt.let- '
the approval of the country. Fancy..... 4<, to&% address bridge Girl 8:86, by Ben Franklin; a
e Batter,Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 22 to 26 System Agent, or yearling by Santa Claus, and a 8-year-old
The Democrats of the House are a Cheese, Kane)ruUQsamN.Y.8t4.10 to 12 "B. W. WREXX,
by Alcantara. Turf. Field and Farm.Ol.d R. W. & W. M. DAVIS
rrnp Florida,Mr gal......... ... 90to3Sn : Pass. Traffic Manager, i ,
unit in opposing the resolution Censuring *w Orleans JdolaMe*.:... 35 to 40
Crackers Vaoderreer &; Holmes' Savannah, Ga. ATTORNEYS
AT LAW
ambassador Bayard, because they Standard XXX....Soda. t fl. C McF ADDE."l 1 1'eople.

agree with the report made by the linger Lemon Crackers Snaps....... I I Assistant General Pass. Agt. Old people who require medicine toregulate

minority of the House committe on Extra Toaat.............. 7 Savannah, Ga. the bowels and kidneys will '1ickman-K nnerl Block Limon Str,
Assorted Mixed Cakes.... 8 I
F. M. JOLLY Palatka. Ra. -iy
Foreign Affairs, that Mr. Bayard has Condensed Milk-Ragle... T.Mto find the true remedy in Eleclris Bitters
Champion........ i.70to Division Pass. Agent,
done nothing to deserve censure. But do do BellBrand. 3.4350 Tampa Fla. ThIs medicine does not stimulate, and
E. i5.
this is election year and fairness and do do Challenge.,....... 3.60 to rN rr y contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant HASKELL,
do do Dime............. 3.15 to 125
and alterative.
justice count for nothing when the Re. banned Vegetable*-N o.3 Tomatoes W to I JO but acts as a tonic Hj .A 'VV'-YER.
do No.1 Tomatoe.......... 65 to 80 atwt r..SJaeat e'i aNdaeProf. It: acts mildly on the stomach and bowels I .
publican think they see a chance to do J\o.2 Okra and Tomatoes 85 to 1.10 .W H.fecke, who and tone
..... ipecialtT of adding strength giving Office hou.s: 9 a. m. to 5 and
do No.2 Marrow f'eu. 80 to 1.13 p. m.,
make a political capital. However do !\o.2 Early JUDe Pea*.... 1.00 to 1 JO ii :rJ, bas without GJN PHOSPHATEWill to the organs thereby aiding Nature evening 6 to8.
they may find the adoption of this resolution do No J Boston Baked Bean 1.60 to Fits I 1: more cast than and cured any In the performance ot the functions. Office moved to Second street next. ?
do No.2 Boston Brown Bread 1.60 to cure Kidney Troubles, Nervous fI
to be a boomerang.The fable Red Irish Onion Potatoe do*-per.barrel..... 1.40 1.30to to.... .Urine Physician la itonuhinr.VT ; hUacceM Disorders, Indfceslion.: For sale by Electric and Bitters aids digestion.is an excellent Old people appetizer I door to Methodist Church.

Democratic Congressional Committee Yellow Onion, per barrel.,... 145 to .... w hara Tear beard*' tuadinz of cues MARCUS LOEB, D. RINOHAM, find it just exactly what they need. PAULTKA. FLORIDA. I

elected its old officers Senator Eariv v RoM of Hebron for seed.for.seed..._..1.80Beaut 1.90 cured H.by II. J. MURPHY TOM RAy. Price 50 cents per bottle at Ackerman fJ
him.
Faulkner of West Virginia Chairman, Chill Red for *eed. 1.80 publlihetaYalaablo oc4-ly fc; Stewart's.
Golden C ttolene.iO Ib tin*.. 0 W BENJ. P. GALHOUN
and Lawrence Gardner,of Washington, TOBACCO,CUAKKTTES ETC.: CUr work
..... ..... on ,
Duke ClrarettH.IO.n. .f3.65 .
Secretary, and appointed a committee n ationCutnutto: *... no e ease this,w ih I SAYS "GOOD OLD GRAXXT MET CAUL" TheVorJd's Fair Test:

of five, and Represenatire Hutchinson ItWs Arrow "" *"" .. 30ealofXfirtkCaroUBa ZJtoJO he tends I lamS? yean old amt far me4 abnvt all of the showed no baking PGW& ATTORNEY AT LAW )
with ...
a couch eadlnagrea.a *thatl ,> 66Mike's
of Texas was made Chairman to select.
large Tad'tie ny Vifc; sadGrt lrt ben-fit ol ih* luffcruif win so prre or io great In lee
>Uxttut*,?as. 30
members of the committee from tho ... &5 of hu absolute care, free to any sufferers ay that I k v, ,. used aay remedy ege.ito
estates Hull tmrbam.5 lUnton...;ox.:.... 41 who may tend their P. 0.and Expreaa address.We Dr. EeU'.rme T:Honey. It give, qvkkandpemaaeat enlng power as the Royal. rroFnC1l:.CRILL BLOCK, ever Pot--fflc*
which have solid Lucy adrUe alT cm* wishing a cure to address relief m well as.hertungbe.
a Republican ..,. 8aJeorgia C1 ?? Pal atka.Florida. fe5tfROEMITIELD'S
"hamp Carter. rror.WIL ntXZ.: .D..4 C5 r SU SewTork We keep it ia ear IHNIM.''iII.lime sad woaU Dot
delegation in Congress. At the joint sweet Beauty. 30 35 ... U without it. MRV M.A.ETCALTE.. ------

caucus: which named Climax Club: *. 3'J 7*>Sooth 4th Street Paducah. Ky.
Congressional tUef Thin Pound8................-. 43 Notice of Application for Final i _
f members of the campaign committeesthe .'. 40

sentiment was almost unanimous Clip.....:.:.:.:.:':::::::::::::::::: 33 40 Discharge. .... I INFALLIBLE

Democrats earl asUrammemd IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OS
that the have thana
more Leaf. (3 NOTICE the
Sat. 17th 1896,1 will apply to I
fighting chance to elect a majority of Gold Duct,)*' -..__.....**-*$ luooraU Ccinty Jodze of rvtoaut CMmty, -::} REMEDIES
reartta.percue.. alb FtondA,Inc a final diet age of mv ezeoatnr ,
the next House, aad the members of l) .. 4MBwal ship.ana ao thai elate will make teat rttarn of
i Bating Powder,1 lb. 4M accounts as such Kxecatrtx as J'I'OytdedbJ'law I I An not ordinary Patrol 0nleiaee, bet
the campaign committee are going tow do doh do H-B.......... 2 Q my II I Medinaprrpartd from pnmcrOciao "" ""a 817'I
ampbeQ'or 1-lb..... 1 3fa MATILDA 8TIO\ART, I I of thirty,.un' ueceerfai eiperieoce.
rk with the ef if Tad I
+ intention doing j
so > Vfb- ....... 80 Executrix of the last WU' and TectaraeBt of I
FRepe.atlon......... I
lonfoHTs Bread Sarah E WaJU deceased.i
,I possible.It AleMnb ... ..... ..... ............. U tollE ). HASKELL, Attorney or Kxecntrlx. r 4 I ME lanES 05H1GH DRE.n..mh.1d' .
has !'ICtU: claimed that a majority Walaats .. ......'-.-- August 16th. I&5. aal6-6m 'I
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-.. Ji' I.. \ a Perfect Catarrh CnraW
If the present Home are members ofU '",.. ... ease of Oetarrfe. Pncn.
hen............_... ri !, L I paatttvelT. any tabs
A. P.WbeLber this be true I hued uts....... .................. 12C LING WAH. M.OO per b ltlo! in.1udlg tehatrag
11taWN.:::./...l.- tol.8G I Uoemheld'.Capillaries. AYerkaD4S
annot tar but there is no longer any 8dtaaaa.. ............ .... ...... '". oD-kljw1uua Hair Kxmtertr. fYiee, $1.UO per
oubt that a majority: of the house are FaaeJ Enpora&e4.il'I'Ies.. lee t. I PA mS Mttle.Ko. '1
do do Apricots.......... 12 TEE BJ3TQ,1 rnheld'* Triumph RheamatleLlalmrtit.
ominated i I.v the A. P. A. Ttit wasiuy ferranta..... 4e.to 61j First-Ulass C Cill8S h lallld1Y lure! relief .frees Mt.eloae.m.
Wee,
*O rente per Iiynle.ltoemheld'
proved !II\ the fight made For DURABILITY, DSAUTV t
upon apxnrUUoas Oral. FrrtllUvr Etc I I Odallne orfft ot B.auty
I' for Catholic: charitable FKOXT ST.,PALATKA, FLA. SWEETNES5 Has a. .qual f..t eying the osmpkaatw. ;
Corrected Weekly by Vertree&; Co..eM J..T. OF TONE .
Price, 5O cnfe Bomar
\tsiuulions in the District of Columbia & K.to W.market Itooou changes.psrn. First-class work &ranleed. DR. BELL'S PINE TAR HONEY.4f4..ula.eae.r7 and LIGHTNESS OF TOUCH Koembeld'a pe Com p.and. Unlearn 01. .

td again this week by the vote of the Subject .... Work done on short notice. ocl ;. 1i.f vafweS1"7Ce.ga Blackberry Currtal. A ewe ctoeek a.4 euro for :
sack ibs
.Mixed per m I SlUo" ARE UNEXCELLED. urrhoea. Frke SO cent per bottle .
9
....... 1na1iil t.euafa.
Ollie prohibiting the payment of any Oats; ,\\1I1w..peuaclt 1251ba. IJOtolJS .r..l6 .
Ctarle
St
Eye .Iflrfor..erc&
It..aJ #lj.Aeol.tdy ,
lark Ib tjn
.round Feed, 1M LlStouaoFee4 twt
per Ctt.a..k ti Fsn.h nta.e4 Rs.a. tf west high Pisa ct median Price, 15 nt. Bottle.IV ,-'".
the money carried by the Indian%p. Meal per acklWIbs.. la to WI barslae aa4 pleasant to take. It 798 frsd > a per
Feed, sack 100 IDS.. 1.33 to-... PILLS ..i aiUw h to be spa ofnh..asaetia.ret.a.aiotsad price .buy taj tx te*. all above
Dill to PuN"beaS per revs laeae doc mce*> < *iroaaBtee the im dlM to b*ahaoUtcly
rpnalion Catholic Indian i ........ ,rEYR0YAL .
too tLOOto2.00
Hay.No.'I'bDoUIy.IeI" ecop the coqllatMlCtt.y U :yen want a. attracUve can bar .the13tet.n free ban any tajortooa togredlanta
boots.. Wheat Braa.rel' sack 173 lbs. l.eoto .... [ .. "sass ce..c u. ?K" baalo.gtheteeaead'peas; gi.ee.irxSad .,. ,.;.. I 1
aMw
I GnU' and Heal.per bbl 2.26502.30 I I the respiratory organ*uti predwin .
vttaloy to '
(democrats baye known for some Kan Proof Oats per bu-h. Mto.... :=r. a.I.81.4..esalecwt a coadniaa.kla.11 the ftacuoB, are exerted Urea want the beet adios ;.:.:.:. z.a: any J. ROEMHELD & CO..;. .,
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Ilea Patent Nour,per bbL t-Wto 101.Ta" with i.c JarJry mt tuem tf. pUae tuy.thg KMtM...--- -
Ie| that the House tariff bill was I Cotton Seed )Meal Brttht,per sack. J.1'to 115 i ai ....a. t i .::: +. + kNarr. ,..riC..sc.p.-- ee sortie by alt dnr-- ILL
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CHICAGO ;
>; oa.e Seed Meal,Dar ,per aack.. Q w.... r..e.awi..r..r. a. ..w..ia'r.M walb guts.or ea>.poo nce i of t>oc by IE I Z. Z. : HEMI5TS.; .
hi, but it was not until the Senate i 1 I.aBM'f14 leaf! ................. .... ..:._. l[ .Md.r. Q,,;V FIE' BQST01: P1ANd'CUSouth
|.u. this week voted down rtCement.per bbt...... ........ 2.T5to ... ..u. .I. -. -,.. P.Laf,Ky.
a motion I Kneod&to Cement.r bbL...... IM to toaster / t.otnarr.n..._... 'c..JI s. ... T-mr...*ntt*M 4.. .doa6lars o,apps Buckeye St.. WOOSTER. O, Fir Std b f d First Cta-SS! Crgggids.a .j
Consider the bill that the ReDubIi !- Paris Mrbu. 0.0o...... ratio >
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;. A '" I UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE. Grains Street Railway System. THE CITY COXYOTIOX. MONTHLY ::1

,. ,..\ \. Will be Bold for one third cost price,as The winter of 1800( in Palatka while THE DEMOCRATS R NO)( fATE B. J.

v.t: .. .I :i it is of no use to owner. May be eeen lacking many of its former attractions, GROOMS FOR MATOK.

.. fa'"a.: at Mrs. CASWELL'S, on' Palatka yet it Is destined to mark the most Monday ni ht, the Democratic City Financial StatementOF t

. tN Heihts. eventful period in its history. Amongthe Convention met in the council cham .

w.. ." ; 3.v. yMia g 'WANTED GOOD MILCH many signs of quickened life to ber. The delegates elected at the primaries COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC 'I

.. .1JI be in all sections of the the assembled and
:y COW. State age and breed, when eeen city on Friday night ,

'.. l I freeh and price. J.'E. COLVIN, extension of Mr. Craig's street Rail- at 8 o'clock were called to order by M IN3TROCTIQX I

. :: L,I-. 1I Francis, Fla.; way to the Heights is the culmination Loeb, chairman of the executive com -

,, I of all other triumphs. For several mittee. Mr. Loeb read t.be'call, which

AM Srcnfet wJl I>. Mil"." Nei-r*Punter* I years Mr. Craig labored to secure an stated the business f oriwbkh the convention STATE Of FLORIDA, cOfTNTY OV J>lJ'DAK.

t extension of bis line, and a chartered was assembled, and dated that March 30, .8S. :
+ Republican Contention,' I To HS. JMBPB l'atca, Clerk of
I I' ctmalt
J. I existence that would justify the expense the election of a temporary chairman -Ia-Ia eoMpHam witb See. 3, Cwrt: t
Chapter 4333.
This convention which assembled: at of the eitension. In this he .
was the first business in order. Law of >torW*. w.h rvby Ale with yon the

4 Tallahassee this week, will go upon re- finally succeeded, and in less than two Joseph R. Dunn and Dt. Steen were following itemized ftnaacUl at&leawa' of all ;

't cord as the most important conventionof weeks nearly a mOe of new track on nominated and the former was electedby seboot Money reneired, appropriAtlo Dade ;

: the party in the State. The convention !' west Lemon street Has been laid, and a vote of 13 to 12 for Dr. Steen and I 39tn and warrants day of February issued ,for a.ta D.*1M mootij: e*
split into two factions, repre the work is being pushed along the 1 for B. J. Grooms. The tellers were I &JI.P1T1LATIOS.: ;1I

e sented by respective leaders, and will brow of the Heights, and soon the cir- F. II. Fernside and O. Hengeveld.On I TUfence on ban reknanr i.. .. ..'IH.1 0@s
t Keccire daring the month .. .... '
. go: to the National Convention with cle will be completed by a union with assuming the gavel Chairman .:_!: L .1

..t::: -=------ ;_ two delegations,and it an.undecided, the extension on South Emmett street, Dunn called for nominations for temporary Wcrrant paid during th* month ......13.U39 m. ,1

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question which will be recognized. A The completion ot this great work secretary. Walter Tbomas and I B.\lanceJaODe)' on hand. ,.. .. .. ...11,..1 t9 ,

faction represented by the white Repu- gives to laJatkaand the Heights one of Dr. Steen were nominated, but the lat ''I O1It1t&Dtblc&nUIII unpaidAvailable'f .. .. .. U (1) .

e... r blicans broke lowe from the convention the most unique street railways of the ter withdrew and Mr. Thomas was and*. ... .... .. .. .... .. ...-S366S9- '
k r and organized independent of the 1896. rruuuB aEcEurs. "
While all the
e Country. threading principal elected without the for'tna4itv.of aballot

.. e_ e ...f.fi' other organization, and it is left for the streets of Palatka proper, it 3- February To balance 1. on hand. .......itMl 03 1
w National Convention determined the To cash from r. C.Iaaolt- .Y
The result reaches the Heights either from West A committee on credentials consisting ard on account of Scholl
of
admission delegates. Lemon or South Emmett streets and of each ward Tax........ .... .........__.. hoe er "
from
one was ap
& se will be watched with To cash from 1". C. Blanchard -
interest.i by an Incline of gentle grade reaches pointed, as follows: Chas. Kupper" on aecoamof Poll TJX 10400
J'et a To cash from W. D.
the Heights 140 feet above the city, busch, II. Hengeveld M. Loeb, F. H. Btoxham. on account of t
fI' JUST BEEN TO THE: STORE of the ConditionOF thus semi-circular track of Bchool Interest apportioned t #
Report forming a Fernside, F.. G. Ilafers, Jesse liagan this county accrued from 'DO 988 20

SEE WHAT I COT FOR IO CENTS about three miles in length. The and Captain T. C. Butler. Feb. 1,*treasurer. cash from, on C.accountof B.Collins -

-OF ascent to the Heights by this new line A recess of fifteen minutes was takento sale and redemption of
tax sale certificate for tbe
m one of the new' observation cars of give the credentials committae timeto period ending Sept.3D, 18:8., 118 90

PutnamNational Bank the system will furnish opportunity to prepare its report. After the re- F By mount of warrants paid

witness of the scenes of and cancelled during the
one grandest
Daite. port of the committee had been received month of )lebmary ._ 12.:3920
splendor known to vision, passing as By balance ..,--u .,...... 1211t
I At Palatka, in tie State of Florida, and accepted, there being no -
t the line does the palatial homes of dis- contested seats the organization S3,460 39 +
temporary
at the Close of Business, .February 22Ll'rb.1.H.Green per di m amend
tinguished citizens, gardens and orangegroves made attendance session of
28 1896. was permanent. age upon Board IS 2* ..
224. H. J. Fowler per diem and mileageat-
budding into beauty again; The business then in order was"that tendance upon session of Beard... ... S 00 ,
RESOURCES.IXMUM while 140 feet below' like a in an :228. K. & dill, attendance noon session'oi
.. 63 gem for which the convention was assem- Board...... .. ......._........ ........ .... 200
PLUG and Discount M,483 emerald setting nestles the Gem City, m. I. I. Hime. School
: bled and around which the interest teachinc No 1, Pa-
nncecnred. 78 91
Overdrafts secured and
latka.... ......... .. JOO 00
U. 8. Bond to recurs circulation12, 00 00 with its shops its mills and factories
l'remlumlon U. 8. Bonds ........ 1,20000 centered-the nomination of a candidate 228. Maud Barron, teaching School 14o, 1. ;
Stocks, securities, etc.................. 2,00878 and 4,000 of happy and'contented citizens for Falatka 1 month... .... ......._.11300
The mayor.B. 229. B 1 month. :No
largest piece of foods House, Furniture and Fixture Davenport teaching 1. M 00
: Banking*.. ............ .. .. .... ............... 1,60000 while eastward is seen the St. J. Grooms and Captain J. D. 230. B B Pollitt do do do ....4000
231. Edith R Morn, do do do.... .
39 00

tobacco ever .sold for p cents Due Agents from).National. .. ..... .Bank. .......(not.... .Reaerre........ '7,19406 Johns, the king of rivers, With its gentle Points were placed in nomination. 232.233. Julia Kits William Robert do do do do do.do....... 33 00
Due from State Bank and Bankers.... &919 24 I rolling waves the leap of its 33 00
sportive
The rule by 234. Ella Ford, do .
adopted
and Due from approved Keserre Agent... 6, I8 V majority was : Sc:01 J'u 00 00
Check and other each Items.......... 92780 fish the whistles of steamers, over 233. V 8 Canen, teaching at
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the and first ballot
....... convention the re- Bannervtlle for one month....... ..... 35 00
of other National Basks 81308
Note
The 5 cent piece 1 is; nearly fas; all of which is forever breaking the 236-JT Ilolley. teaching School No. X,
Fractional Paper Currency Nickels cud sulted in a tie vote-12 each for Messrs. '
Cent... ... ,....... ........ .......... 8704LAWFUL sound of the Atlantic tides Palatka for one month ................. 10 00 ;
other murmuring I and 1 for H. 237. Ellen W DeWeea, teaching School No. .
arge as you has at- I
!Specie tiz: .... .... ...............1513 60 The improvement already veld. The second ballot resulted- 238. H J Cggsms.teaching School 2. falatka 39 00 a y

high grades for ,10 cents Redemption Legal-tender fund Note with, .U.. ...S.. Treasurer 2,43800 6,96100 tracted tbe attention of investors, and I Grooms, 13; Points, 12. The tellers 239.240. T M E D Thompson Holmes, do do do do .do.!o....... M 30 00 00 "

ra ",.- (5 per cent Qf circulation... .... ...... 662 60 strangers are seen daily looking at were W. E. Robins and E. E. Ilaskell. 211.241. M W A T Berry Moore, do School do do.No. .47.. 30 00

I intervening property that hitherto has B.J. Grooms was thereupon declared : Francis. for on teaching ... .. .......... 4000
Total............... ..............I128m 63 the nominee of the Democrats of Pa 243. Ada 1. Miller teaching School.No.34. l
been regarded as valueless.; The land Rica Creek for one month... ......... 3IS 00 s.
.
LL\ lUTlES. latka for the mayoralty 344. George Booker. teaching School No.
Capital Stock paid ir.......... ....... $50,00000 lying along the' foot of the Heights: The selection of an executive com- fl.at"raDeis, foronemooitt... .... .... 215 00XI.
Surplus Fund.... ....'..... .....'..'. 3,00000 owing to its cheapness and proximityto TA. Hamilton teaching School No.
mittee of from each ward concluded -
Undivided Fronts;less expense and one 55,at Georgetown for one month ....... 35 00
MELROSE XOTES. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTER I taxecpaid............................ 1,103liO lines of transportation offer great the labors of the con ntion. The 34& C. U. *.teaching School No 40.Crescent ; r
: National Bank Note outstanding..'.. 11,250 00 committee is cunstitut ollows City,for on month........ ... M 00
--- Individual Deposits Subject to(:heck. BO.S04: 80 advantage for the founding of manu : 247. M. I. Barley.teaching School No.44.at
..gcatespoadence7lmesHerald.MZLROSE Remaining in the Palatka Postofficfor <, Demand>> Certificate of lieposit...... :245 38 factures and homes for working Ward 1, T. C. Bat & chairman; Andy, for one month . .. .... 35 00
the week ending March 6,1890: Note and BUI redisconnted .... ....- 4.28395 peo Ward 2 W. P. dude BfcVard 3 ..*%IX Watkins. teaching ticaool So.73.tm :.
February 24. 3111 payable ........... .... ........... .,ouo 00 VRobins, Hall for one month... ..... .... 30 00 '"J' 124a.
Your correspondent "Anglo-Saxon" CENTS' LIST. ple.Mr. U. Mesmer; Ward 4, W. MeLeod. teaching School No.38, e ,

: Bosacker John Brown George Total.............................1128,78763 Craig still contemplates other secretary; Ward f, J. II. Baghton: m Halt for one month ... 38 lie)
4s a man after my bean. He gives and extensions. Partiesare Ward 6, Silas Smith tress r wd 29>. ttnth Browning, teaching School No. ,
Wm Colwell L improvements Point,for month ....
Byrd, STATE or FLORIDA, Cousrr or PCTSAM-..: 13, Federal one a. 39 002M.
thIngs and facts Just as they are, andIsn't D here for a site fora 7, U. C. Loomis. 3.C. Ransom teaching School NoJ;at
Wm Gurley Joseph now prospecting
Crown
nh PAKKEK A. SMITH. Cashier of the above Peniet for ODe month .. ... CO 00
f afraid to say which side he is on. Glover, E G Graham R Bank,do solemnly swear that the above sanitarium on the Heights. A medical bi 252. Bertha Boyce,teaching School Nor a.ekfn .
LUNG WART Coven BAi has
statement is true to the best of 017 knowledge no ...
llKy "bully for him FISeld, Green Hankerson, Prince one month. 30 to
and belief. with hospital attached ;
college, is equal as a remedy for Coughs Colds 25X School Sott.
\ "Hobo" is rather timid and wants Henderson, T Hennes, John PARKER A. SMITH Cashier. at Clayton for one month ....... .. .. to (.
I dill, G L Irwin, George Subscribed and sworn to before me this (th being talked up. A permanent location Influenza Bronchitis and all diseases 254. L.A. Fish, teaching School No. 36:U
others to break the ice, and then he I Lauren T C Meggs, L LMitchell day of March.'ISM.1 HENRY STRUT, and suitable buildings for the care of the Throat and Lungs. Made only WUU'&luka.for one month ... ...... 39 00
Notary Public. 290: Roea!..Mathew, teaching School No.
will"wade in." "Hobo" heartily says I R Summerall. Morris COEEECT Attest: of the insane is a necessity that the by R. IL Bond & Co.. Baltimore, Md. 66. at lUt Palatka. for ODe month.... 29 00

men to"Fred. Dawklns" in regard towhat 'Shipp, Barnard Smith, Bndd MARTIN A. E. WILSON GRIFFIN, }{ Director State cannot longer disregard; this For sale by Ackerman & Stewart Pa 258.San B.Mateo B. Poey for, teaching one month School.......No.. ...29. .,.as. 5900)
he about the Poor Farm. It Williams, J P Burroughs, J A. =1. ...L.Mellor teaching School No 43.at
says J. W. MCGREGOR. ) and latka. Fia
LADIES' LIST.Cater should come to the Heights, will ... Interlarhen, for one month... ........ IS 00
is true, as Mr. T. B. Lovelace says onrcountry if the people will agitate wisely. The 258. K T Holmes, teaching&:110011'0.52.atMagnolia

is pretty hard up just now, A K Holmes, E SPECIAL :MASTER'S: SALE.IN 1 60wer is already here, and the preliminary If you find the slightest fault in a 259 bay Whitman, for one,month.teaching..School..Ns....36. ., 4000

but as "Fred Dawkins" says, 1f the Moore Kate Robihson, Lula preparation i? now' going on pair of BUCKSKIN BREECHES back Huntington. formic month...... ...... .. 3000
i Annie Stephens N CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL M Greene, School No.
260. Carrie
Saowky, teaching .i
'p&URC 1'I were compelled to go to the to place thirteen electric arc lights they go. We don't want any of our 49, l'omona.for one month ... .......... to 00 r
Persons calling for the above letter) CIRRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR along the line of the Street Hallway on stitch the tide of 2bL Jennie Lachore teaching School No 28
pants to one
Poor Farm the number would diminish will please say "ADVERTISED." the Heights next winter. wrong Ashley Bend,for one month. .. ... 2900 '

surprisingly. I venture to say that W. P. ANDERSON, P. M. PUTNAM COUNTY-IN CHANCERY. Palatka and the Heights can offer to best. We put a guarantee in the pocket 262.Nonralk L. B, Rile,for on,teaching*month School.. .. ....'ii....:.41...:,at. 3000

the pauper list would be reduced one- -.-- Calvin Gillls,Complainant. the tourist and the lover of pleasure of each pair-if you find a fault in 263. Least G. Bowers teaching School No. r
would little I vs. I them other make good 70. Satsuma Height, for ODe month.... 30 00
A drowning man bays found no where else. A or any as or
attractions
third. At any rate, I don't think its W. B. Denham, a* Admlnlsira- 26-L S. E.Hermance.teaching School No M,
method of which tor of the Estate of Peter Foreelosu.Petnrmana clean and attractive city broad and better, you can have your money back. Lake Como for ODe month .......... .... 30 00
would coat any more to run it than itnow ate fpr a rescue deceased, Julia C. r well paved st"eets a population fanned 269. Ruby A. Bryant, teachUg School No.
A Calhoun,and(Benjamin P.Cal- 37. Uen ver. for one month "< ........ 30 OG
costs to pension them as at pres would require days. dyspeptic bonn, her husband,defendants j l into life by an industrial spirit found Cures, absolute, permanent cures 266. A. U Price, teaching School No. 17, at

4' dcesnt want to bother'with a remedy UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER in no State except Massachusetts, and have given Hood's Sarsaparilla the Grandin. for one month .. .... ....... 40 00

ent.The weather has been real cool for that is going to take weeks to show iti I by the lion DECREE W.A. Mocker made, Judge in the of above laid Court cause, an elevated Street Railway resting upon largest sales in the world and the first 2 Crescent 7. W. H.Chapman City, for,one teaching month.School. .No. .I.. 55 00

about a week and Hobo has found beneficial effects. on the 22d day of February, 18HH, J, Henry piers built by the grand architect of place among medicines. 268. L.A. A.rt'lOD, teaching School No 20 at
Strum, the Special Master in Chancery,duly the universe. Maunville for one month ... .. .. .... .... 30 00
those ventilated summer trousers The Mount Lebanon Shakers art I appointed therein will sell at public auction. 30. W. A.liobb,teaching School No 66.at
at the front door of the Court House! ,IlI1'alaru. Rhuematitm is cured by P. P. P. Lake Fannie for one month........ .... 39 00
proved rather toq airish" for such offering a product under the name ol Pn9nam County 1 lot id t. during the legal hour Capt. II. M. deMontmollin has received 270. Era L. Barron teaching School No. 10,
Shaker Digestive Cordial which yields I ofsaleonthe from the citizens' committee Pains and aches in the back( shoulder*, Crystal Lake for ODe month...... .... 30 09 ,
temperature. i knees ankles and wrists ard all attacked 271. J. D.Cottingham.teaching School No.
Our genial young friend, Simon immediate relief. The very first doee .FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL. 1896, I Tallahassee, a letter requesting the 32, i'o twickfor one month.. ........ ... 4000
and it It the same being April 6th, to the highest andbest and conquered by P. P. P. This great 272. AUee Bassea teaching School No. 3S
Oat Grove proves beneficial in most cases; I of Tallahassee the ... ..... ..
Coward,' went to Sunday bidder, for each, all that tract or parcel of recommendation as Johnson,for one month 30 00 '
nnbounded.coDftdenctIn land, medecine, by its blood cleansing prop- 273. ieo. T. Collier teaching School No. 9, t.
their
owing to de8rribedasfollowsto-wit
afternoon. Of course there is a : for holding the encampment this ... .
very The middle one-third of the east half of Block place rUes builds and strengthens the Kidtrewood, for one mooth 30 00
him there it, that they have put 10 cent sam No. Fifty-eight G 8)). in the City: of Palatka. Putnam of the offer up 274. M'Etta: Hancock teaching School No.
'strong attraction for out or The citizens capital
pIe bottle on the market. These can I County Florida; bounded on the east by year. whole body.Nothing. 22 Ochwill for one month ... ..,_...... 40 00
,It wouldn't happen so regularly.Titre Peck street for about 100 feet, and on the west unusual inducements in the matters of 273. O. L. Strickland teaching School No.
be had through any druggist; and 11 by a line parallel with Peck street, to-wit: middle is so efficacious as P. P. P. 71. Ocklawaha.for one month ... : 3000
was a very nice social at one-third furnishing free of charge mess halls, f7$ Ida 8. llollway.teaching School No n
of eastbalf of Block JR. xtcnt and
will pay the afflicted to invest the I description a* la deed by cabin GUlis and wifeto at this season, and for toning up, invigorating Teratns, for one .,.. .. .. .... 3000
Deacon 11 B. Terry's last Thursday kitchens water ice fuel bathing and
,
Peter 277. J. N.OverhultrteachingSchoolmonth. YoU.LeYY'1 ,
omake trial Petermann
trifling sum necessary t a and as a strengihener and
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lot of I'pon such ale being made I anddeliver of Prairie fcr one month 43 00
night, with quite a nice young The Shaker Digestive" Cordial relieve to the purchaser of the If.te mortgaged swimming pools, transfer baggageand appetizer take P. P. P. It throws off 270. Lela L. Smith teaching School No. 7, rWelaka.

folks in attendance. Miss Bertie Good- the stomach and aid premises a good and sufficient deed thereof equipments, etc. The matter will for one month... .... 35 00 .
by resting upon receipt of the parrnane the malaria: and puts ,.< ou in good con 279. K K McKenzie teaching School No.
son was the belle of' the occasion. : ing the digestion ot f< od. HENRY :tRl"XZ. be brought before the company Tuesday dition. 67. it Red Water, for one mimth &00 '
280. L J Waclunore. Scbu l NoM.at .
Mr. Frank Bollard, of McMeekm, I E. E. HA. KELL Special Complainant'MaPk-r in solicitor Chancery. evening, and as the boys were al' Pomona C.r one teaching month .. 13 W /
into ADBOTT'S EAST INDIAN:" Coax PAINT 281. Uelen 1(. took, teaching bchu>) No. S
-4w
was among os Tharsday. highly pleased with tbe treatment received 68. Cedor Creek: one month ... ..' ....... 25 00 .
Mr. Jack Cary md Miss Eva Scott, EVERY FAMILY at the hands of the Tallahassee cures ail Corns, Warts and Bunions. 282 LaIUel'U'icklaad. teaching School No.
I!*, Harlem, one month .. 30 00
\ of Ashley Bead' were in town Sunday SHOULD KNOW THAT. people last year, Camp Uendenoo wilt 283 F M Walker teaching boot No. .'.
at GUgal. furtwo _cb. .. 8000
\ F&uk Sanders, of Orange:; Lane, was "Mothers' Friend"Cures likely be recommended for the COMing :#4. Cordte .Unton, teathine: -. li.<..I l l'Co.'
llofto.: encampment. Save 21. at Ft. Brunt for one,...,.,tli 26 00
among m je4rd 285. B M Hale teaching Srhool No. .">,at
Barbr's Mill,for two month .. .6000aw
This is the day of anti-this, and anti- Paying : Tinxtt-lterald Pub. ( '- g financial
Who is Bemis? that but what need report for b.oyu No\pmi: <*t.. a 00
people uios' now-
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287. Tbna.W. Ralph. r 1.-a- '> \\-i uWaret -
B reas.t i is, the antl-biUuas medecine, Simmons Doctors'Bills : for month of DeemniiCT. 1...'; ...... .7500981U0
vjc Rising Liver Regulator, the King of Liver
1 "
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::: Growers. Medicines and Belter than Pills. "1 -
.To Orange We c rtify c&u tile within ucejiriil m trw
-- -- have used no other anti-bilious remedy and correct tm retry par cul&r. -
for and from H. 8. ?
six years km experience
I hare been a midwife for many I BOTANIC Cb inUB ('.0. tVwni Piibt: ln> 1i..n.
that for ladies of habit
a constipated Attest TltOS. W. RALPH.CouatT .
-< year and in eaon cave where MOTHERS' nothing equals it."- B B B : bap, lab.Inztrw>ti..n. /'
BALM
I i. BLOOD
Frozen Out
I FRIEND" was used a accomplished wonders Laura V. CmU; Ellenbury Fla. .

and shortened {labor aDd lessened paia. It I Ii THE GREAT REMEDY

I lathe beat remedy for RISING OF THE FOB ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASEStmtmttja The Proper Time
We have for Sale in a very remarkable remedr. Mia for fViTEKNAL BREAST known. and worth the price a...........W? and 5, s
mad EXTERNAL use tint woe.tettal .. Size Tracts the I in tit qultk action (.rettere distress.j for that aJone.Mrs. I ... ..M17 ...
any j nnln-KJller ... ...N" for Per* M. M. Itrewster, Montgomery,Ala. -IF I 4...,' from a goal medicine, if early m the
and lem- T..r.... C......,' i YDUTANT i SCROFUlA ULCER!. ECZEMA.rUBATlSM .
Best Orange I ('stns, Dtarrh.., Dfmfmierr CraaiMt m : CATARRH, ERUPTIONS, year. This Is I the season when tbe t.
Cb.lera,m.d 4 W+...t (b-PMata .. __ US
srnionia
r IATTVO
Lands in the World I Sent by Exprw wr m lt. on receipt of price. a tired body weakened and ner-
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on : TURBE"Tr.-- ar-xxiso Boies in Ie kr <>rJ lkTLf' ofgao
PJ.inKillerJ .1.00PM-Mil*. BoM" To Mothers" milled BEST GARDEN -. & ..
situated in the beautiful I ..I..k.(.., Slrk Ilratfarbe:r.afOa t tb-: free t':attouLclMK. r::.y trmgflmm TOUS system yearn for a beikiio -up
liUkw Nye, K hr...U..sad Aeat.Itta. I
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BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA OA. in your neighbor'>ood this season SENT FREEWODC&FCLcLRE&BLOOD medicine like hood Sanaparilhu

foothills of Central ; Pain-Killer L.1"'a'i E13! BOLD BY ALL JU7OGI8T8. PLANT OUR FAMOUS BALM CO.Atlanta C*. Many wait for the open{ priog weather
54 0 E. 1&brt1I,. !,reds dell I -.( mvt
California. Earliest ta aU ca_ of IIralen, Cu.. .rata.. -------- -- -- I and, in fact, delay giving attention to ,
h Bartl., *A
even MM aea : their physical .coBdUUm s:> long that along
Fruit pri-
highest PaIn-Killer t
Ripe 4 trtrmt of UM c I FAILING MANHOODGeneral
of cHeM it Inevitable. T'
!siege >
nrrhanir F.rtn.r. Pla.tsr xuir, tad I
ces and freedom from 1 la fct.!I rHiMi WUUBC a mr4lftme a.hnI'W.' of the
rid the system impurities at:oumalaied : >
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r which and
bacxl.aad tat Near UlrmaUy ar xlciuaUrwilk an of are described ilIus-
Frost. For full nfl.lalF .frclirC I tnted in our beg -'f J and entirely and Nervous Debility. during the whiter season, t.:>
infor-j IS RECOMMENDED I New Catalogue for 1896. A new I purify the blood and to tnvt orate for

mation address 87.ra.k s--ow.L b :='::Uotpuau.e7 Alt.rstashy TOTE! EDITOR AND ITS r-I have CVRR an absolute I future this season is the Free de- I Kind TCeakases, Effect of Body ot Error and whole system. there to nothing equal {

i! BY EVERYBODY.PainKilet' for its Every of Seeds it Catalogue prices to I or E w i ia Old or to'Hood s Sarsaparilla. Don'i put it off.
remedy By timely use I Catalogue YoanK. Robust, NobtoMaufcood but take Hood's SamparWa .. I
WOOD CITRUS COMPANY hope j any Post Office. This New 00"
=:: thousands of hare been already
I
f ollr Restored.
.f
i we. win jnaa on receirt of a will do you good. Read the tentiotoDials
I )MT* pat WftbOOt a DTT>l7 Of*. vroanaxtrjr cured. So proof-positive am I How to EaUrve end
Porterville Tulare Co. a<'>*femur caa aAord t* b wttboat tbtetoTalBafctorcaMirtmltobou of its that: 1 conskier it my doty to 2 power
*. It*puce trials wbmJbe1 saw this advertisement,the developed Portion of all from reliable
H wtuim 1M KMCB ef aO and tt win aaaoaUynaay uJ too tottln fret to those of your readers t 'a! odr. Absolutely un- gratefa
California. .... tinxa.coat ta cotton'bUkx who have CoosumrOOa.'I"broat., Bronchial: or Catalogue will be mailed: Free I ;JR ,, faiI1D g nomeTreat.meDt. people! They tell tbe itory.

aewsn-of toaaussa"Ttfc anal tat Urzaar Lung Trouble if they will write me their '1111.. -1 Benefit..* day.
DATIA. sad
.. reaaIM. .... PETER HENDERSON I & co. I testily from 50 Ute rrfigaCouotriea.
Whorls Bemis? ; ipess and postoffice address. Sinctrehf Send for Derr1ptiT Book ex-
T. A. StOCCXX.C* IU I'urllt..1kW.ert:; I 33 ft 37 Cozttaadt St.V.w Toxk. plaaatloa and peosta matted Wa1edJ free. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
"Who is Bemis? ..- TW Editorial a.. BU*- _uafm|>t Wrkfo Fair WgBMt Awar4.
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