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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 20, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE FATATKA w WKLY TIMES.K tblUh.tabU d hed IM9.1S89.1CoiwoUaawa 1 M.T 1, 1893. P ALA TRAt FLORIDA FRIDAY> MARCH 20, 1896. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 3.--NO. 48MARCUS



i I AN ARGUMENT BT CHAPTERS. I Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S.GoVt Report

LOEB & CO. I i II II Ii I SIMIMONSj CHAPTER: TEA AND II.strailer COFFEE.. i


There are a good many people who!

r I understand and appreciate what a good DoyaI! Pc1BSOUJTEI.Y

t article is in Tea and Coffee, but thereare

a greater number with due respect,
I
r A REGULATOR who don't-they cannot tell the differ-
PURE
f ence between good and bad, until it's
,.
t.iIJ. too late, sometimes.
I : GOODFOREVERYBODY There are to many substitutes for The millinery store of Miss Kate L. DIED. .:

good Tea and pare Coffee that one must Lucas has-been crowded with visitors March 16, 1800, at hU home,on Lake
I and everyone needs it at all times of the this Como Florida GEORGE R. Wusux.of
closely regard their purchase. week inspecting the many new ,
I i year. Malaria is always about, and the My Teas ate to good there are none and beautiful spring styles whichare hemorrhage of the lungs.
< } only preventive and relief is to keep the I
... Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit, better-60 cents a pound,down weight; being displayed at the opening- The Deceased was born in Lancaster
', establishment is decorated county, Pa.,May 15, I860, and came to
1 and the best helper is the Old Friend,SIM as good Coffee as ever went into a pot tastefully
with flowers and To those Florida March 1st, 1806, for the improvement
MONS LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z, at from 23 cents to 35 cents is a happy, evergreens.
-if eMr. C. Hlmrod, of LancasterOhk, pleasant blend of Mocha and Java ladies who have not visited the opening of his health.

says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke roasted. we iuggest they go to-morrow. A The body was interred at Crescent

< ;i .. .;: a case of Malarial Fever of three Come to fee me. I'll show yon the hearty welcome to all. City _ ..
years' for and less than difference in Coffee better than It
standing me, can
lS As will be seen in another column of
Mr. and desire
Mrs. Groves to
: : one bottle did the business. I shall be explained here. I all ex-
..., < :> use keep grades, this issue Autry Greer, mercband'te:
: it when in need, and recommend it." but only recommend the best. press their heartfelt thanks for many
r broker and commfoswn merchant, At
kindnesses extended by friends during .
S Y. Be sure that you get it. Always look for L. C. STEPHENS,
,. their recent bereavement to lacta Ga., solicits consignments of
the RED Z on the package. And don'tfOl'Eet Corner Kirby and Morris Sts., ; especially .
Miss Julia M. Williams whose cabbage. Mr. Greer furnishes first-
the word REGULATOR. It Is SIM Lemon Street. through
MONS LIVER REGULATOR,and there is Upper efforts so many beautiful floral decorations class references, and our people would

only one, and every one who takes it Is (Toss CONTDftlD.. ] were contributed. do well to patronize tym. .

-'-". ALL sure IN to THE be benefited.REMEDY. THE Take BENEFIT it also for IS Who is Bemis? Mrs. M. J. Baldwin, of New Jersey, A meeting of the evelbta of Palatka .

.t. r .; .., Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are is visiting the city. Mrs. Baldwin is I was held at the Graham Hotel Tuesday

:t- caused by a sluggish Liver.J. One bottle of Venice Tar with Honey well and favorably known in Palatak. evening. F. C. Cochrane" who is an

.IL Zeilin&Co. Philadelphia.A will euro cough. Try it and be having resided here for a number of enthusiastic "cyclist, was elected
your
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: presiden, and C. E Rowton secretary
'" convinced. To be had at Ackerman & years. _
. OTJ3FLFALL .: .l of the organization, which i* to he
\ for Palatka. Stewart' and C. J. Garrett'a
drug BOND'S immense known as "The Palatka Good Roads
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. House and Miss. stores. Association. A committee, consisting
stock of Dry Goods will of A R Baer, Geo E Gar, W E Wattles,
Rosa Cone have returned from DeLand, W H and II
Moragne
Who is Bemis? Merwin was appointed
where they went as delegates to the be sold cheap for cash. to investigate and select a road
.for paving etc., the committee to makeits
State Convention of the Christian : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
S.E. BOND.
report at next meeting. A committee
AND .WINTER I Endeavor, convening in that city last j jI Sunday, March 22. Preaching at 11 consisting of H S Wilson, W.E '
AU druzjlstt Ben Dr.Mlle ten_Floats Robbins and J E Lucas, was also : and 7:30 appointed
I week. Mr. House is loud in his praise m. p. m. Morning theme: ..
to ascertain the cost of trans
,
The Characteristics of God's LoTe." Mr. J. E. Marshall visited Ocala .
of the treatment received at the handsof r and portation of material, etc. The next ,
I the hospitable people of the thriving Evening: :"The Third Commandment." St. Augustine on. professional business meeting will be held Tuesday bight at
Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer this week. Graham's Hotel.

h II city.Through the untiring efforts of Mr. Thursday at 7:30 p. m.

I House,Palatka was chosen, by vote in Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder I
:competition with several other points W.wa Pair Highest Award.Consignments. Remember.
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CLO G :for the next State Convention, ,March, '

1897. At this convention will be no N 17 1 C the Palatka ,
less than two hundred delegates. This

is quite' a victory, and the citizens of :;.U \. BEM HO EYE SpecialistIf
the Gem City should congratulate its

I faithful advocate in. the cause. 1 -OF- you are having trouble with your Eyes. Don't let them go

BEGIN TO'COME IN MEANMILE WE WILL When nervous aid run down; when too long, as delays are dangerous. Have treated at once by one

the blood U oat of order; when you CABBAGE: : who makes the Eye a specialty in all its Branches, and avoid the ,. ,,.j

fee) languid and tired from no apparent danger of losing your sight Hundreds:unquestionable testffmoolah ;
d takw and
cause BaroaparitU _
.. I,. Celery J Compotra 1. It cures Bcrofnla. SOLICITED. If you should. -
Bois Eczema and Id I titoeases of the
SELL ALL LIGHT WEldtT CLOTHINGAND Will get highest market prices and '
: blood. CnMsNervou*Exhaustion and :IBresuk; : 37-010: GlassesRemember
-. Hysteria Made cnly br R. H. Bond remit net proceed on date of sale. ....
& Co., Baltimore Md. For safe by Write me. AUTRY GttEER, .. '
Ackerman Is Stewart PalAtka.I'1..: %3 N Foreyth St,Atlanta, Ga. they can be repaired at short notice at the office of

.' .. I3f References State Savings Bank,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Camp mh20-Bros. &; Co., wholesale grocers. DR_ BEM18: _



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ONE: MOMENT'S THOUGHT :
nave on band a large,number of!fine
4, AT COST STALL-FED CATTLEand are in a
position to offer special inducements to
dealers, as regards both quality and .
price Will be glad of the opportunityto
furnish BEEF to all markets :
throughout the State. Stock will run
; i until June 1st.
WEJARE NOW RECEIVIN' .&A FULL LINE For particulars terms, etc., addreess
Jfc"" *
HAZEL&NEUBECK,
Truss
Wholesale Cattle Dealers, Truss

Pala1.ka,1'1a. I
I "Will sell on foot,per car, f. o. b.
I Palatka, or will fill orders for Dressed
OF LADIES' I Meat Try it mh20- :
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NOTICE.
Will Convince you that this is the TRUSS you should Wear-Most Economical,

The next Regular Meeting of the Convenient and Comfortable. For Unquestionable Testimonial call on

gw handle ANTED-UVe Densmore,, energetic"The world's partyto Di Medical Oct Examining of Florida Board, will of be the held Fifth in C. J. CARRETT, Druggist,

OXFORD TIES and SLIPPERS. greatest Typewriter.1' Money in it for Gainesville on WEDNESDAY, April Cor. Lemon and Fouth Streets, Palatka, Fla. I
right party. We rebuild Typewritersof 22, 1896. (jEl).E. WELCH, M. D. /
mh201m :rB PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED on MONET UDTSDED.GOO .
Secretary.
all makes; works as good as new.
Satisfaction_ guaranteed._ --
Main office, Atlanta, lia.GEO. /
!) BREAD Death of Mr. L'eltzen.
M. FOLGEtt BRO., Venice
I fe2l- DeLand: }'1a. TarWith AIDS DIGESTION. Mr. Carl UeltzeoJ!died at his

IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. Honey, Consequently it is almost abso- in this city Tuesday morning. homv

The St. George Hotel lutely neees.ary to hare good bread, deceased was a German, and
The traveling public will be gratified CURES short time managed Chn Koppetf t
if one desires the health and com-
I, to learn of the continued popularityof If you have a cough try one bottle fort which it was intended they: busch't restaurant on Lemon strew _ _
this well known hotel. The hotel where be made many friends. IUeJtzeo /
and be convinced, at ACKZRMAK & should have. I make as good bread.
.. has had an eventful history always STEWART'S and C. J. ctAP.BF.TT'8. was a gentleman of get
be found because I use the
popular, let the frequent changes in as can and affable disposition, and left
the proprietorship placed it for a time best material-always fresh,and possessing impression upon a dose observe o
In the rear rank of modern hotels. Mr. Seed Chufas and |Ia flavor peculiar to itself.i fitness for any responsiblesuuo

.. Gamble, the !Irhen proprietor, took There is no bread just like It. Give: life. But like many others cat
charge: over a year ago. The building Florida with
Other Field incuffimnt
Seed meanwith
renovated and me a call,or leave orders at Graham'sold :
was thoroughly every a constttutivo too feeble tr .
department put in first-class condition.The At C. J. GABBETT'S Drug Store, stand, Lemon street, where your I pie with the rugged table was nuppiied wth the best fe23- Corner Lemon and Fart h eta wants shall be supplied.I I came despondent{ aad did oft
the market afforded, the chargee: were ship bread to all points. Free i and physical prostrattoo. ,
reduced in accordance with the bard
in fresh and hot Hi leaves a wIdow and fi
delivery city, every:
times, .and Mr. Gamble's efforts have
children who have the
been awarded a success far beyond his FOR SALE. morning. Al. J. LIPSEY 1 all our people. e,11'
most sanguine expectations. When Prroprietor Graham's Bakery.
visiting Palatka stop at the St. George. jy.I mperlntntd my own bak1D mh3 I ( 'F.xrzRT Trrrwnm

W drsgvrtr 0. JlDW N.-way.. Work guaranteed.Suppdee .
WANTED I Lots in Palatka moderate pK
The most important business brought writers bought, MId an
FJOUID.PltOPEltTY up before the Council Tuesday nightwas We aie Sole Southern i
more, "The world's
the question of paving Front. writer." gr
Agents wanted.
In exchange for CHICAGO: PROPERTY FOE SA.tE, street. This it.a very important matter, Maine office,Atlanta lit

and WESTERN LANDS. and we hope the wort will be done at G to. 2J. FOLGEf
On Long Time to Parties< once. A committee, consisting of Aldermen fe21 I uttse.
Describe fuUy.
fDEI. Estea, Loeb and Howell, was

:::B. H.OTT, Who will Improve Them appointed.to confer with property owners Summer Good*

.MARCUS LOEB & CO. fe21Nonralt." Fla. ,.'eUtf.YARTni. GRIFFDT.: along'the street in reference Styles and Prett

thereto..Who terns, at Lowest r\,
is Bemis?
Who
car Who. is his i ? is Bemis? at J. E. Bond's. '
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THE TIMES-HERALD. MARCH 20, 1896. ;

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s (' FEDERAL-POINT.

Correspondence Tins P. BECKS
FEDERAL j.OINT. March 16.

I read in the newspapers that some ,

of the Georgia manufacturing companies -
/7 4r
MANUFACTURER UF ALL KINDS OP
are planning to improve their I

machinery and commence the manu-: WAGONSAnd
facture of the* finer grades of cotton

goods. This move is in keeping with

the development of all the resources of

the New South. It is only within the Other Vehicles.

DYSPEPSIA last twenty years that the capacity of

&idZ the Southern States has been broughtto CORNER LESION AND FOURTH STREETS.

the knowledge of the world, and

since that time immigration and capital BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE SHOEING.

CATARRH have been coming in in a steady, continuous .

stream, No "boom;"no rush,

but a good, healthy growth that has [We hare exoerienced Workmen in all our Departments a Stock of the \

MALARIA come to stay. During that time the VERY BEST MATERIAL,ana we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION both in rice
and style of work. 27-1
y writer, who is familiar with the Eastern -

and Northern States, can as truth- -- -.-- --

This great remedy is indorsed by KIDNEYTROUBLES- fully chronicle the decline of the New PLANT SYSTEM.

1 England States. The population in ,
physicians and prescribed by them
these Slates have been leaving the

all over the world. rural districts and either moving to the

Positively guaranteed to cure the most large! cities or going South and West. 4259 JILES T

The formula is published The changed condition of affairs is
stubborn cases.
only a natural one. The soil of these REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS
bottle. As a tonic it is
plainly on every
PIMPLES Eastern States is very poor and difficultto -IN-

manipulate,while the climate is very

rigorous with such extremes of heat Alabama Georgia, South Carolina] ,

Superior and cold as we know nothing of In this
BLOTCHES latitude or that of any of the Southern Florida, Cuba and Nova Scotia.

States, and consequently the people of Perfect Passenger Service I

TO ALLSarsaparillas these northern latitudes are gradually

&OLDSORES working their way south, depopulatingthe

extreme north to add to that of the

south. The work or movement is

BLOOD gradual and is hardly perceptible,but

is none the less going on to a greater

For Female Complaints and J extent than is supposed by those who

building up run-down systems POISONING I give the subject: but little thought. It

is my firm conviction that this changeis
it acts like nagic. TryREAD
only just begun, and that its contin-

a bottle and beTRl1Ti convinced. uance is as certain as that of any earthly

" RHEUMATISM'' movement, and that it will continue

THE 5 --- until these Southern States will event

ually become the most thickly populated

EXTRACT FROM BOOK OF TESTIMONIALS. ?' SCROFULA &d districts of the country, with the
(f "\Va a rheumatic raff srer for 15 mmtb IVrir n.,bwlt greater enterprise and wealth. The
from phr lcUn$ treatment at Mlnr Wrtta,Tes,a- Hat Pp tne<, I
Ark. Mr doctordeclaredmyeonditMnbopekrFbutasake\rcxdtp advantages of soil and climate are tenfold
P. P., Oren h ttt BUS un -
advised P. Kr"fc
U,1'pman' ,., than those of the Eastern
p today a welt mans F'.CIJ1M 1\ 1 greater
Indorsed of bj TtmmlDt B. W.FmrB.Pr.4ccl*nine.Lfnftdlng t."P.P.PLlppman'tGrwrt auhuble,Tex. t C J States, while the large areas of unim- 3 CHEAT EAST COAST OTELS, OWNED AND OPKKATKD"BY THK

t RenwdT.eured m of difflrwlt breathtnc proved land open up an inviting field p T SYSTEM.
aid plpitAlioa of the heart. Had not slept on either rid for for the Northern immigrant, and now ;;
two now 1 sleep soundly is a p,, tl A," TOE FINEST: FISind BOATING IN THE WORLD !
yam. A.1tf. l'.A)13AY,De Leon,TeL WONDERFUL that the olds conditions of exclusiveness -
'Sworn to and snbecribed before me"
been abolished Plant Line
J.DL Lut.trr,Notary Public. hate they are Illship .
taking the advantage of it,and as time
t "Suffered for years with a dlwgnreable eruption on my t.'e.
it Three bottle of P.I*.K,LJpp. TWO ELEGANl' SHIPS Afc WEEK
Various remedkrt failed to remove passes the influx:will increase at a rapid
nan*!Great Remedy,completely care-i to*" FEMDY.r
CArr._J 11SSON_ ,SaTai _n.h,G:. ratio. Port TanMa B West and Havana. I
It is not every immigrant that comes

" SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS \SEND FORsooKLEr. here that succeeds or remains here. One Eleg BH Hjk'ery Week between \

They find many strange conditions In BILE. I
POPT TAMP d 1d i .
the South, and many of them have not

UPPMANBRO'S. PROPRIETORS.UPRAAN'S the stamina to overcome them or adapt LITERATURE ONMLpRIDA' and CUBA mailed upon application. i

themselves to them, and become discouraged B. W. K2 .Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. i

home-sick aud depart; but --- 'f
BLOCK-SAVANNAH.6A. enough of them do remain and prosperto -- ------ -- I
[ make it plain that the South; is the
w. better country or section of the two,
and they naturally draw others about W. A. Livingston's

well supplied with a daily boat, and them from the old Northern home to !
1TELAK1KOTES.Cormpondenc PALATKAon make the move one of great magni
should give it all the patronage pos
tude. As time passes,and one obsta- IS HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN {
Times-Herald. sible. cle after another is overcome-one disnnnther -
Some one remarked that Clarence a a r r I is
Xolhing has been heard from this fURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING GOODS (
would soon take his smart little ponies
place for some time,for the simple reason -
off the mail line, and his successor
that there was nothing to say excepting would have the advantage of having no the direct line Handsome Oak Chamber Suits cheaper than has ever been acid n FaJatrz. I r

measles-the very mcasleyjneasles horse to buy feed for, a clear gain. All Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lowest
and no one cares to hear of of travel between
are at sea as to the mode of convey- mces.
them much lest to have them and one
ance, whether wheelbarrow, foot or In fact, YOU will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any
be hard for items when they
mast up bicycle but it will pan out somehow, New York and all times.
write of measles. I have determined
for he has backbone. Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed.
not to mention them just limply say
The last card party was a decided
that cases of three or four at a time in Corner Lemon and Third Streets -
success. The only feature not relished
a family common, and if ono wants
are
was a partial failure in Buckeye and his I IsCXl
them bad I think they can be accom- HavanJacksonville
partner to keep their reputation up as
modated though they are well
yet,
victors. Sheer luck was against us,
nigh exhausted. I know of several who : DULEOF
and there was no help for it. We are ..VIA.: : ...
had determined not to have them
only desirous to maintain our reputa- THE- ;
them friend Worth
among our young tion at any and all times.I .
:Heed but it be managed In avery ,
teems
was in Palatka recently and fully Beach & Miller Line. ]
quiet way to introduce them on intended calling on THE TIMESHERALD
Drayton Island. They are "Worth" Tampa and 4
man, but happened to think how
-having while you are a "Reed." It goes
they corralled"Huntress" a few weeks Steamer Crescent.From .
worse on older .stock. I trust "Hunt
ago, and kept away. Many thanks for Key West
ress" has had her share long ago, so her tlmely.hinL amount .veuiuI3uT3i WB tIS of Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sundays, Tnes lays and Thursday. ;

,that she will not be able to say any. The moss factory is doing business the law. You can't hold office,you can't From Cre8C'ent'City at 7:30 a. HL, Mondays, Wedneedays and Saturday. I
thing about such an every-day subject.I Railway. vote. All you can do is to scream, and
also learn that and chicken' every day. Max Hemroid is managingthe you can't bar me out of the poor house Excursionlfrom Crescent City to Palatka andlre- \
mumps concern, and we wish it much suc 'ANorth if I determiue there. There has -- I
pox are not far away. We are an up- cess. Strict attention will l surely bring been a good deaf talk about that turn Every Friday. I.
to-date and if a community can has been that Steamer STAR.From
it
county, it. The former owners let tho business and chair, and reported .
eland a freeze out these other annoyances comments have been made about the
run itself, hence their failure. south eloquence of the address! that was made Palatka dall/ at 2:30 p. m., far Drayton Island and waylandings.
are as nothing.
Immense cypress rafts go down the Lino but I don't know as all combined need R. J. ADAMS. Agent
We are pleased to note the return of nver, which shows that the big steam keep me out of the poor house. You W Wharf foot of Lemoo.Street
Dr. Learned,wife and two bright boys Through and I will reach over the editor's back
pullers are hard at work up the Ockla-
from a trip as far couth as St. Peters- tho and shake hands over our fling at -
waha. and South Carolina. I believe
The Doctor section "Wauhoo"
buig. our
reports Crop are being planted daily, and hit uWauhoo" worse than I
much superior to that south and he is you St Hotel
every available space will produce Heart FloridaAsk did, if you are a woman. George
of an observing turn of mind. Theyare something.Mrs. i Last week two of our most respected ,
very cosily settled at the Gates citizens determined to go on a deer
Cae bits has gone to visit her
House on the Heights as are also Mr. hunt. One of them Is a Bridgeportman C& TRALO&\KGESTREE .
daughter in Savannah and all wish hera the other hails from Satsuma.

Ililaurp and wife, from Harrisburg, pleasant time, in which joins They let men at work with the dogs, Under Entire New Management.
Pa. He is a retired manufacturer, BUCKEYE. for while they "took stands;" by and by

and a very energetic as well as sociable Ticketsvia two deer came along, and hearing a

gentleman, going about the countryand This is the day of anti-this,and anti the J, T. & K.1W. noise in the bushes, one of these bunters J S. G-J\.l\.IBL"E, I'i.op'r.THOROUGHLY .
and
his down
interested In all he sees. that, but what people need moat now laid gun stepped up RENOVATED, CLEANED and RE-FURNISHED In

Miss bard, of New York City, is is.! the anti-bilious medecine, Simmons Write the General Passenger on two a deer log and are saw still them living pass by. Those every department, making the accommodations first-class, and cuisine unex
Liver the of Liver
Regulator King
Electric excellent and water. been
stopping at the Packard Villa, with '. Thomas Evans and wife,from Lynchburg ceptionable. lights sewerage pure Having
and Better than Pills. !
Medicines, identified with the hotel buboes for years, the present management feels sure
Mrs. Robert Packard. anti bilious Agent for Information. Va., are visiting Airs. W. L. "
other
have used no remedyfor of pleasing his patrons. rTg"Rates $1.50 and 82.00 per dav.
Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Graham are recent six years and kno from experiencethat Door.C.
arrivals for ladies of a constipated habit W. B. G D. W. Brown attended church Sun '
Coffin
stopping at the hospitable nothing equals it."- Ackaly.iq'l day. '
home of Mrs. Gikhrist These ladiesare Laura V. Craig Ellenbury, Fla.' It is reported that our colored school I' i European Restaurant.

well known here,having spent several ( SuperiitMtat. Gtt'l Pimajw Ap.JACKSONVILLE. will onen this week.
According to a Paris the crown Mr:Fargo who has bten spendingthe
paper
winters with us, and are. most acceptable _
of which winter here, returned to Bridgeport PATENTS
visitors. of the King Portugal, was recently -
Conn., this week; also Mr. D. i FURNISHED ROOMS,
The quail season has just dosed: repaired by a jeweler, is the Wheeler and wife,and C Wheeler and I At::sc..We.sad SUM
most costly in the world being valuedat ..A.i..g been a week's visit
much to the regret of several of our & .wife who have on
; caveat,and Tnd -Mjrt*obtained tad all FatleattxauMMCOodactedfar Chops and Steaks
enthusiastic sportsmen ; but I learn over ,OOOooo. FEMALE PILLS. to this place. lIoonAn rilL I Ia.d Oysters, :
The orange sprouts are coming out J OUR omcc isOppocrrt P'react Regular Heal 23: cents. Call for wttatyoawaa t-
that practice will be regularly kept up One of the Broadway theaters In New ,_",11S8WR'f. KWH rant, nicely,and W. A. Fvana has several we aoeear.p.uat to Ices i===
/ <' *Item Wtthinrrnn. | DllOEB earrIe4 tosny put of tteotyCHAS.
at clay shoots. We boast of some most York now serves free CUDS of tea to :r .. orange trees in bloom. Scad *xxieL dravi CIt pirate.with
excellent shot in that line. who : 1;:=: Strawberries have commenced to do&. We ad....U p.te.tab1r mat;tree. aOetf.sKey KUPPEBUJSCH,
of the fair patrons *care to go ____-X ...
any {}...... ........e#:- and E. S. Hubbard made his first dI.IqoI. tiWi ueat
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has
Yes, our Star left us,and a Fio- to the lobby where it is drawn between: ttiM. ripen, .. ? "H 1ae e30-tf 1"roprtetGe;
[veer very: acceptably fills the bill, a .ri.W shipment to New York lat week. a tV?_ u tile V.>i. IIItip twaoaa- .'
the acts. The lat froats bare damaged theIrish rat frtf JLddnMC.A.SNOW&CO.'
little on the retrograde order, but way j ISSTFOB"S.Au-A: ROOd a cond.hand'"CAligraph"
Ahead of our old way-the row;: boat. ,.,a***! rydraoctata HcartM* GeCDr.MJiM' potato crop somewhat; how badly ; Typewriter Win
ad we may be than if al that w Jare as Pan inc "'ODe CIea'.doM" Sold br ACKEHMAX & STEWART remalBi to be M Q. J.F. ....pmrr Omec.Wm.vre..D.C. < bargain. Talk with Bnrtz. be soldtaka


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I'ess c J.t uru IATUBALMOW.( IT IS COOKED THE -- -- ---- -- --- ---
'AIUIER'S
; OTEKEST. FEEE SILTED WAGES
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A Western Canker'. Reasons
: for In Forelrn Trade With Gold ,. -
Favorns Stand
JTATUEE EOT ; Free Coinage at 16 to 1. and Japan u the
MAN DECIDES WHAT 'The Countries-Due Little Con.I moat powerful n""
SHALL BE MONEY.She some time following letter WM received Corned About Trade With Salve. most progressive country which hat
Sound ago by the Secretary of the Standard Countries. the silver standard. .
Currency Committee of the Relorm One of the pl...put forward for
tree
Places Gold First, and Silver ClbIfc was written by Mr. vMr- James L Rhea, of Holdrece, silver in this country u that it would .
Jflckel and Copper Afterwards- P. La TIne, owner of the thus sizes up the larmer' be a boon to the

Artificial Laws Cannot Change County" Bank of Columbus, Kansas:T'I interest"Of all in foreign trade: it would raise wages.laboring now mUSH.does labor that

1 rI This Order. *?" kind invitation to join yoi so American classes-- none are fare in the foremost free silver
The following is an extract from soana money society is receive I in Crested in our foreign trade and of the world? country
am going to be honest standard prevailing here
Authentic
with
Geo.H.leaman's and
ron information
"Currency Primer and on this sub
ten yon my interest lies with'the elsewhere as the farmer. The ject based
recently published by the Reform Club free on recent
has
'UTesiurtOQ
following
of New York: coinage people. We in the West are Book table, taken from the Year been famished by Mr. W. E. eurtis7i
''This owing the EM a large Department of Agriculture, We hear
enumeration of "qualities amount of 1891, shows the a great deal of the pauper
which money. If we can free total value of agricul- labor of
fit get linage at Europe but
the there
money for effective discharge 16 to 1 tural exports for the u not a
we will then have year mentioned, in
of its office aid function points I depreciated as country Europe where labor is not
inevitably to money; we will have a cheap dollar, a compared with our total export paid superb
gold ad wages
silver as the and the cant compared to what
fifty ,
per which I'
cent the
metals from which it must be made of the dollar and under the sanction bears to the wBolev farmer it receives in Japan.
want for use in any considerable government we then can pay I The very highest
wages paid to
Prosperity"I sums. For
any
.
gold engagement ring; a silver our debts to the East with this workingmen
one do. petty transactions nickel, and for still fifty Agrlourual Total agrl go to stonecutters and
cent dollar. -
mailer transactions We will then cut all sal Tear exports the beet ot them
exports cuhun. get a dollar
SHALL copper, take a day in
a
CIIAXGE. THE FOLLY OF FIATISM. minor and limited posit on. aries and wages down just one half-by 1891 18:10.!: !.e4tf1g44 629.t2o0Dg, t8U'-'J' 7U1' free silver currency, which is eouiva-
"The relative of paying the wage workers in this fifty 872,47.,283 7U9 lent to fifty cents a in
use these
If the metals is 189'L. 179'J.m.t82 day our money.
farmers who have been beguiled The belief 1 .. cent dotlar. 1893..... I.-0781 :8.9 The highest ,..
that the government gimp j a question or convenience .1115.361.886 pay of brichliv.r..
spend half into the the silver camp would by law make fifty cents'worth of silver can efficiency. Why do we lot use gold and factored Then: yen see we can export manu -1ltG...,.,..."..f28seSo53; 869.20i.J37 71 14.03 29:I eight1- ight cents. til.erfortLappr :' ;;
time
they are wasting equal in value to exclusively?' Because articles in competition with "HI must be seen from ..
In a gold dollar, or that a geld dollar is this table th-t< &t5ft; hf---.ru-sa.b..
shouting for .
free
the
to coinage, in trying u can make a piece of worth inconveniently small and a gold dime cheap labor of EarnToo" see of jlll our pro3n *....u\r; anothatWfttSf Qnir : there ADd r is rewtt -
paper ittie
increase
the volume of their pro much as would lIt would not = 4geS dow *possesses> less than twenty recompensed
as ten i
or one hundred dollars bepracticable. Fu these J '*f one-fourth cable
ducts or in securing a fairer distribu. we Per: naliy i wealth he curre:1e << ay,
is
the w.prorare on three times : ofda
tion of the is root of all the cheap money prefer ttjs Below gold yhy at 3f: ouii as muehionce T ink silver basiS'
wealth bought i
already produced, schemes which threaten the overthrow not us excla4i ruse afl a Urge amount of property 4 4u ned IQ our foreign trade as all working he United maker
.. .
they would do themselves and the of our present l1nancial"atem. n r too forced sale away down and now I want "AL *ASD OcuxKinoJGOLD 6IL'fU' &,.u"......._ cents a ds States... for ten
country a great service. What is most this idea of the of ,-cenT* e s.".. vo'ltj fiefs u"UT hins heap examination demon- abouttA.tIC"temeaaeat ",,-lt.b1aok
needed is i ability jrover I farther
means more of goods of all kinds, not to create wealth by tJ M ShA re no us; then advance insdsome -"f.1\+ x gtntat -----u put iT.--' ""'"*' of the farmeris There is not a free sUvreoi!itlr._,,,,,,

jnore things produced.measuring the value of by simply ordering dBHss HfuiSuTtTng ow .ie gees ion. Why dint no 1of r interest as I now get fbi< a almost wholly with the markets of the world where the average of wagesis !

_,TpT uHijK6rB arm--ncmnen 1t1 : who in his time was "tb [copper? Because we do I Iints. gold dollar and I would get doublethe the gold standard countries. The fol. one-half as high as it is in the gold
-' '. general is no argument for free coin government," to take a j,". .on of 'et so I interest by holding twice, as much lowing table shows what proportion of standard country where. wages are
age. Even if the wealthy classes are wealth of his subject l fefll I fnterest-bearing obligations. Then our agricultural exports, as well as of lowest
selfishly trying to protect themselves trouble of levying taxcQs m hen becausemuch when all salaried men and wage our total exports for the year 1891 It is perfectly clear that free silver
against the certain loss which would prompted the earliest issue u. P we .o as workers saw it demonstrated that their went respectively to. the gold using would be a great thing for the work-

follow the adoption of the silver standard money. At all events the experimentwas ten,' >much as fifty dol- I wages were cut down just j one-half they and the silver using countries: ingman.-Atlanta Journal

that is not a reason for blindly first tried by autocratic rulers, lart ..i 'one pocket Then I would rail such a clamor and want Bxroars 1S91 TO
plunging the country into ruin and who chose to confiscate the propertytaken wh aid? Because we prefer : the good money as before, that the Gold Silver Uon Does It Happen?
A scheme which : in exchange for paper promises- and coarser I government would be compelled to using Pet unit Per
bankruptcy. proposesto I silver a purposes countries et. I eouttric et. Free coinage advocates, who claim
violate con tracts by allowing debtorsto to-pay by indirect methods, instead of metals-than silver for still smaller -pur- adopt the gold standard as we have it Total.......1803,631,903 97 ta.II8,3.'j( 9 that their scheme for fifty-cent dollars
repudiate one-half of their obligations I plain theft. poses. And why have and use any now, and all my interest obligations Agrieultllf8..625Sn,012 91 17,410,393: S would benefit? the whole people, should
could only have one result Trade _In this country the seeming successof paper representatives of coins? Because would be paid in gold dollars and the It appears from this table that the explain how it happensthat

and industry would, be thrown into the:government in issuing" a large we, do not wish to carry $100, West would also have. their debt paidto silver countries bought less than three the most civilized countries

helpless confusion, and the great en- amount of "greenbacks, which although certainly not $1000, of gold in our the East. per cent of the farmer's exports, and have. gradually abandoned the silver
terprises of the country would be for a time much depreciated, pocket. Who or what gave these "Yon see, we know that for this nation less[ than nine per cent. of our total standard ;

brought to a standstill. served as money, was, responsible for metals gold, silver, nickel, copper- to alone adopt free coinage at the exports; while the gold using coun- -that the great commercial nations
the rapid growth of the belief that it their peculiar qualities for serving as ratio of 16 to 1, that we could not tries bought more than ninety-seven which slat the largest portion of the
The panic of 1893:} showed clearly legislation which gives things value coined money? Man did not. Law raise the bullion price of the silver per cent of farm products exported, world's, business are all on the gold
that the failure of banks, merchants and that worthless bits of paper can did not Government could not. It dollar all over the world, yet we talk and more than ninety-one per cent. of basis
and manufacturers not only injured be made equal in value to certain because that is all there is ;
was, done by nature. Man, government that way our total exports. More than half of -that no important country has ever
the persons directly concerned but weights of gold, merely by printing OB law, only took hold of and utilized in the argument We know that we these agricultural exports found a back to silver after once using
millions of others. well. When the them promises to pay gold. It is no the materials furnished by nature. are big, but we are not quite so largeas market in Great Britain, where the gone gold. a measure of values;
barks closed their doors the manufacturers exaggeration to say that ninetenthsof "Nature has given these metals the all of India and China and South gold standard prevails the most completely -that the principal support for free
could no longer get the credit all the advocates of free silver coinage qualities of durability and malleability America. If all those nations cannot of anywhere in the world, coinage in this country comes from

necessary to carry on their business, or increased issues of greenbacks, ; to two of them great baautj, raise the bullion price of silver we where silver prevails to the least extent the sparsely settled mining states
therefore forced to shut hold this view as to the nature of and do it alone. Bat
and in
were and to one of them great scarcity in cannot step where interest rates are cheapest which want the government to artificially -
down. The closing of factories threw value and the power of governments to I quantity and steadiness of supply as you see we are looking out for self interest and where industrial enterprise is the increase the price of silver;
out of work hundreds of thousands of fix the ratios in which the various compared with other metals. Having as we who are in position and most vigorous, employment of labor I -that the states in which there is

employee, who could not patronizethe forms of wealth shall be exchanged. illustrated, what is often overlooked, own silver mines and other property at the highest wages the most extended the greater production of wealth, and
merchants who, depended on their It is evident, therefore, that before convenience to handsome returns out
the enormous importance of expect reap and the use of securities the most the largest number of skilled work-
rapport The farmer found that idle the victims of the cheap-money delusion and effectiveness-qualities which of the different conditions that will complete of anywhere, except in the men, are all opposed to the cheap
workmen could not bay farm products. can think nationally on the cur- any material for money must possesswe come about by the free coinage of silver United States. agitation>> ;
Thus the effects of a policy which at rency question, they must get rid of can easily see the like importanceof I at the ratio of 1C to 1. Sound The farmers most interested in these -money that are far higher in gold
first affected the banks were quickly the idea that the fiat of king or Congress compactness and limited supply of II money! Yes, sound money. It is facts live in the prairies and Southern standard wages countries than in China,

felt by all classes throughout the can in any way make things whichare that material, when large values are all-flred sound for debt-ridden West" states; the largest item in our exportsis Mexico and all other silver countries

whole country. worthless valuable; or add to the to be estimated. Suppose gold were cotton, amounting; in 1894: to$207- -that the condition of the American .
value of materials which are now comparatively Period ot Unscientific Financial Legislation.
and it suddenly became -
about two-
our only money 964,334, and constituting farmer is so greatly superior to that
The simplest knowledge of the interdependence cheap. They must learn as plentii as pig iron. It would thirds of our entire cotton crop; and of the ryots who cultivate the soil of
of, all members of the that it is the average cost of produc- cease to be used as money. The gold Future historians will refer to the of tobacco, the exports for the same silver-standard India;
great; community called the United tion which fixes values, and that laws you would then carry to market wouldbe last decades of the nineteenth century year were, $24,035,234, and amounting -that if it be true that the gold
States would prevent the silly attackson which do not change the conditions heavier than the vegetables and to show how Americans great: in to half of the entire crop. Our ex- standard lowers the price of goods
banks and rich men which are the under which commodities are pro meats brought Somethingelse other respects-chased financial grain
yon away. many ports of cattle, meat products this is not desirable for ont sixty-five
atock-in-trade of the Populist and dared, have no effect on the value of would have to be substituted for rainbows and unsuccessfully tried all and bread-stuffs, largely the production million consumers;

eilverite press. The folly of the attempts such commodities. And they must understand gold. kinds of remedies for fancied and real of the prairie states, were for the : -that wherever the experiment of
to make free-silver votes by clearly that! a promise to pay "If thet thus turned as be ills before they entrusted their finances same year as follows: Cattle $33- cheapening the currency has been
abusing the owners of property is wealth, even when issued by the legislative tween then instead of to properly trained men, as they had 461,922 ; meat products, $189,235- I. tried it has always injured most the

shown by these papers themselves representatives of a number of one of jj l t eras now, previously found it expedient to dojith 287, and grain and bread-studs, $166- masses whose labor produces all
when they hold out as an inducementto men, is no more wealth than if issued the raf their army and navy, their healthApartments 777,223. wealth;

rapport the 16 to 1 delusion the i by those men. individuals.No to47C their courts of justice, -and that the men most anxious to
promise that the scheme will make all I amount of argument will'lene Reir colleges etc. The Only Way b Keep Company. overthrow standard are
our present
the people richer. This means that BO well, to change unsound and un g0'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Finance is not yet acceptedas On the back of gold, as tha standard the silver mine owners, speculators

they recognize that the desire scientific opinions on any fTstrates the po a science by u', probably because money of the nation, we ""are now and office-seeking politician "
lor wealth is universal and an actual test of the qU9&tiil.onwill --I if compactness OUt country is so rich that so carrying in circulation over:400-

proper, and that all) men prefer theories. The painful and cc 5nience..\, mbining to constitute far it has been able to stand unscientific 000,000 silver .dollars which is fifty Force the Fighting.
riches to poverty. And if this.ia true, this country at the present time with 1 the effectiveness of money. experiments that would have times as much as the total quantity of
why seek to create prejudice..against its greenbacks forcing costly bond an instrument to facilitate business ruined almost any other nation. The silver dollars coined from 1793 to 1373 The Sound Money Committee of the
our present financial system merely sales to supply the gold needed for transactions. Nature has decreed of Germans, who have been forced by and over two hundred times as muchas New York Chamber of Commerce has

because all have not yet become their redemption, and the danger that what, materials our money shall be, necessity to husband their resources, was ever in cirsulation under free decided that the agitation against free

wealthy?... our silver coins and certificates cannot and has even indicated the proportions have made enormous strides since their coinage. This silver circulates, silver shall be continued with vigor.
_* bo maintained on a parity with goldand of money to be made of each finances have been managed by a great through its paper representative, side The sound money men of New York
The American people are not ready that we shall therefore be forcedon metal, and nature is more potent than central institution-the Keichbank by side with gold because it is practically -I and Pennsylvania should join forces
to accept a gospel of poverty for paupers a silver basis, should be sufficient legislation. under the leadership of the best talent. exchangeable with gold. It is and assume the ofiensive. The ailver
and hate for the prosperous. to show the folly of the :flat portionsof The qualities of scarcity and regularity France and England have long been the only way in which it ever did or ites mean to force the issue; and all

They look:forward to the time when our financial eT *tem. Contrasting of supply of any matetial for I envied for the comparative stabilityand ever can circulate side by side with talk of compromise is out of the question -
they: hall be richer than they are our condition with that of countries money, prevent both sudden expansionand safety of their finances, which is gold. The pretense eternally persisted in a matter that affects the na
now, and they know that if the wishesof .which avoid even the suspicion of fiat- sudden contraction. Legislative due to the workings of their great central in that it ever did circulate in this tional honor and credit. The campaign
the silverites were carried out that ism and are consequently stable and fiat money promises and"pretty pictures banks. We can yet outdo them country side by side with gold in any of education must go on; anti

time would be far distant They are eolvent should teach even the rabid printed on pretty paper, with no all, if only we apply the same common other way or on any other terms is a the people of every state not blindedby
convinced that the true remedy for Populists and silverites that the partial I metal behind them, have no place in a sense to our finances that we apply to historic and an economic lie. It has sectional or selfish interests should
the ills-of poverty, of which so many adoption of their schemes has i sound currency. Inflation with a relatively other departments. I. become a tiresome lie.-St Paul Pioneer turn in and make it short, sharp and
justly complain, is not the reductionof caused our financial troubles, and that inferior metal is only not quite Ours is tho richest country in the Press. decisive.-Philadelphia Becord.
all to similar poverty through cur- the only remedy is a return to sound to bad. paper inflation with no solid world. We should be and can be the -

ready schemes which mean repudiation money principles. metallic basis. It is the same evil, most powerful nation financially and TILE IG-TO.l .1SIr.OO1EI

and confiscation of property, but differing only in degree and kind. every other way; but, to accomplishthis
in increasing production so that all Yehveil From 'PlUerent Standpoint we must dispel all doubt as to

ehall get more of the things they de Mr. Vest has a new plan of campaignfor More Sap, Bat 5o More Sugar. our financial unit, we must centralize

sire. They do not believe in injuringthe the Democracy, a compromise on A story is told.of a Canadian settler our banking system, and we mutt
rich. They prefer to be rich them- the silver question. "Ihave no doubt," who bad agreed with a neighbor to I manage our finances on scientific prin

elves and they know very welt that he says, "that a large majority of the make maple sugar on shares, each to ciples.-Adolf Ladenbnrg, in Forum.
anything that strikes at the men who silver Democrats would be satisfied! get the result of alternate days' boil
are at the head of the financial and with a declaration in the national ing. Desiring to overreach his partner The Senate and Free Silrer.

industrial enterprises of the country, platform for the free and unlimited the newly arrived settler took advantage The silverites claim vehemently that
in the long run injures every class and coinage of gold: and silver as standard of the days on which he was, their endeavors are for the benefit of
hurts most the poorest and dependentThis money of redemption, the ratio to be in charge to add large quantities of : the masses. This contention makes it

knowledge will save the country fixed by Congress, this declaration to water to the sap which he was boiling. peculiarly striking that the Senate,
from ailverism, populism, socialism be accompanied by another against the The result was that he had to work which has been satirically christened
and all other attacks on the rights of exercise of the veto power as to a twice as hard cutting wood to eva 'the millionaires club," should be in

property. measure passed by Congress and admitted porate the water, and of course got favor of the whito metal, while the
to be constitulipnaL" no more sugar. House holding the most direct relationship
A b%credited Panacea. I Mr. Test's estimate of the modesty The agitators who are trying to induce with the people that is possible 7I 11\1

The following letter appeared in the' and sweet reasonableness of the free silver -i the farmers to increase the currency is overwhelmingly opposed to it

Jfew York: World of March 1 : : Democrats does not impress one as by the addition of a flood of Washington Star.A .
The panacea of silver coinage suggested extravagant and yet the first responseto cheap dollars, are of much the same
by Senator Tillman as a remedy his suggestion is its utter repudiation mind as the roguish sugar-makers. Wise Man. 1 -

for certain existing troubles indicates by a free silver newspaper as a They think that if they can only "Hiram," said Mrs. CorntosselL
that his examination of those troubles cowardly surrender to the gold bugs. double the quantity of the money in "which kind o' money do you favor?"

has been very superficial.The Strange how differently things impress the country, everybody will be better Well., '3Iand,," replied the old
history of modern abormal different minds. We should off. But the quality of money is of gentleman, "ter tell ye the truth I

economic conditions in this country, have thought, now. that Mr. Vest's more importance than the quantity, kinder hate ter express any opinion.
of great fortunes acquired by sudden suggestion was a cool demand for the as the users of it would quickly find I've seen a lot o' felles sit down and

speculations, of stock watering and unconditional surrender of the round out. Doubling prices by depreciating worry 'bout makin' a ch'ice, an' the
cornering and gambling, all dates money Democrats.-New York World. the standard would be like doubling fus thing they knew they didn't hey

back to the disturbance ef our financial the quantity of maple sap by none of neither kind."-Exchange.A .
An Outspoken Presidential Possibility. There would be
basis by the issueW a depreciated adding water. no
It the Governor Bradley of Kentucky, wealth in the country even though Terrible Crime."Why .
currency daring the war. was This wise man of the pest spends much of his tune studying the heaven
uncertainties and fluctuations of this who has had some mention. a Republican prices were higher. But there would did the.lnch- that poor old He especially admires the aid bimetallic light of the moon and imagines that
presidential or vice-presidential be an inflation which would make man?
which gave the speculators old luna the lik.k of the champion of the white
currency in s greatest metal
he
their opportanity and developed the possibility, thus defines his it harder for the men who buy thingsto "Why? Great Scott, man, why sees of mankind. His imagination also locates
would-be the
and
views on finance, in response to the get what they need. Is that what He was guilty. He was about to celebrate a emancipator .
of
to-dy. Coin the
Wall street astral body of gist other gr<. : Western financier, in horn of the
Senator -Tillman'a proposition is request of the Cincinnati Commercial: the people want? his golden wedding right Mere moon. He has becoas so eu:iptured that ba walks about.at night with gaze
shall "I to the free and un- in a silver state, tooHarper'! .
for theM evils we am opposed -
that. a eve fixed intently on the heaven sad forgetful ol the fact chat the silvery Ii
revert in part to the conditions in limited coinage of silver, believing it Song of the Silverite. Bazar. of the moon is bat the reflected golden light of the sun, and that ba still ]ion ?

which they originated. Yet the only would destroy all national prosperity.The The?talked of girls with golden bU, Preferred a Mirer Ilirp. an earth filled with pit falls. He is about to walk into a well or. what
conditionof gold dollar is the best dollar, and Be did not seem to bear.They
thing worse than the present ilve xKmghTFerhaps ha would not mind being at the bottom of a
<
spoke 01 JtoJdea snn.htne. St Peter "Who is that kiiig worse,a* ?
of up
I in favor other
menaced the making
am
a sound earreney by every fear. all day If this wise man would
Hi law grew pale with well, for then ha could study astronomy
would be the disturbance dollar equivalent to it in value. I am tba < w.over there" _
for silver in the he
agitation at night and exercise his brain and muscles more day E
of silver coinage a step that the friend of silver, and believe it can A"golden'mlIIeot.: net Ua,' more this earth and the cond
.
heavens but about
know lets about the more
la aster be arse, play
might be more costly in its consequences be beat protected by holding its issue pd said "1 am a Populist y ....... around him Possibly also there might be less weeds on his farm m
than the depreciation of our in such bounds.will insure its paritywith And oaly silver gtes/VJi .., "! _' 7 ;"\ ...... ihlajrortd'a goods ia his granaries and better.credit at the store and bi
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.. without 1 came to moself Dick was kneeling. .MAPLE SUGAR seems to be Impossible for any abiding place of the shrewdest con: -!

J'THE' FOUR SUNBEAMS. : 1 walked for about half an hour thoroughly beside me, BUpportin!me satedr machine, natural or artificial, of deuce man in .. CeptsinGeorge :
word, and so he hun- \t tbd
1
few
aU sigh most
Are sun- at a of 5Wt
couldhardlv yon TUB SWKKT weigb.than Cam. ,
earthward eau 3-SmJerlla of CSTRACTISO creator
Tour little sunbeams came 1 pair pedestrians. iouMY. "I TIlE TREES to lift fed straight up time the fnrore greae

day, have been found anywhere.ehls, "Yea." I replied with a smile, STANCE FI.u31 in thHirTor even to maintain itolfsame discovery at Cl'Ct.l-", Doc Beggstbawas

Shining and Aaadn* along oa their way Oar way led through well"Afterwards like a hovering bird sharer's name- hit
llr"t.aLet first gate, I am quite the in the place the .
w Itaolvedthat tiMireouMhouM) bP and, on reaching the when I aeeompaniel1 'Sap Weather" Arrives alone and He victimized soma
hen force of propellers hauls.
+ us try," they all whisp rei "60=* noticed mss leaning against it. As him into the ball to bid him goodnight SultAr-Iakus Go Into CytmpTa by the of balloon. Therefore richest in Boston anti
and without the aid a clever gentlemen
tbxteew to 4o, he opeaed it for us "Tell me, DaHl, Trees-UoU- other very Sjo.oooJ
wo came up b asked: jpln* the must be some out of over
JTot s *k our own pleacuims all the day politely raised his hat dressed He looked in a would you have been sorry if that felw ing: the Sap. than, there or in addition to, device to, and New then York_he City found_ A change o r c 1m..t-........-'

through j: :,11 u a gentleman and was low had killed me today"Don't the machine in the aettot rntartjug. ttad lived among the Cal: ,J
-
1 Iworld raise necessary
the at the west. suit of blue eerge. sa about it, dearest, Dcnwt 3
Then meet in eve \\I U.sitting talk I said -traigatup. months
I ____ ._._d wonder-- "Itanswered in the early epring- lt observe mans fcr some
One sunbeam ran Ia at a low cottage door, I that he was a stranger u wererare ,1m a ettndder.have the snow sad ice Many birds can not riM so. TheyTti. knows him BO more.

And played "Wd sad seek" with a child oa where he arise eluded from,part as strangers of the \\ I broken my heart. without me, WHEN' been so softened by must riM at very gentle incline. "Doe Dytgs was a man of eleganftamxjaraw
Uve their
in oar cannot before the piolure
looked very
"Then you warmthol onward motion and
the floor, I looked back thefever increasing must get *.
further on It with
load tat his glen, I A little alter all? end to full eflect oa the air. of solid man of business
Till baby laughed following 11.1. silence as te put an wings can get a
he waa breastin sun'
I and observed that ; his the rays taking the He
against of alwayajouriieyed.
leaned
And chased with delight his strange playmate rather odd, but hav- I tenderly. skating, and other winter is Mid that the mode whom prosperity
I I though! that kissed very toasting, soul of frankness
me
i and he of the
,
Aunt source is tu build a pen I seemingly
&Stethev
so bright, not to speak to quarreled of the north, a new condor was
resolved I have never the good
The little hands grasping in vain for the ing addressed me I held Dick and shaH port eql1a1ly fascinating to the fifty feet in diameter and was an adept at winding
she we
believe
\ Maria until since and 1 do not amusement It is mapl and put a carcass in the middle of all with whom he came in
light live. high graces
I again as for g! as we children, is profided. but can not simple.With .
flee. my peace.At ever quarrel of condor alights His plan WM very
That ever before them would performance yith aU the delights of it. The contact
the third Bsesame News. sugar making which will take he
\ the Chicago bush as at angle confederate
time rifle an a would open
but this or 'sugar again
One ere 4 to a eoaeh where an invalid lay. was repeated, He me in the ca01r. caueu. I the fence. Many heayt- fine office in some &... .
behind. him over
him a dream of the sweet summer did not fall it is more genially rise from usually .
And brought stranger Puzzle:: ducks rietim,
Aunt )Iaria', side and A Phjsloloslcal: When the teat of the nun is sufficient bodied, eliort-winged he would select hi*
walked to angle that send his co
day \ not offer yon my Fallo's, on Gravid mel: the snow, it is also the water at 80 email an rich lawyer, and to him
I
I Its bird"ag, and beautr, and bloom. asked: May In the hall above to sweet both feet and wings for The latter vilban would call
native send the sap must use
Lootardo, a to adjutor.
Till pain was forgotten and weary unrest. umr street, Wilford K. powerful enotgh in order to get onward bis eervice&
feet and
And in faisey he roamed throoh the scenes "Certainly not, sir," WM the indignant of the island .f Trinidad, gave an exhibition of the rock nd sugar maples rushing thirty to forty to give effoctive-- on the lawyer valuable engage mine in the
not the. violation bark veins up motion enough in some
best \ rejoinder ; "I have which seems to be a through aU fie delicate in eon- buying
be loved coming
do I l and twigs Atnight their by Creede! district _
Far from the dim,darkened room. honor of Tour acquaintance, nor of *h.. physical laws which govertthe toward the branches uses to wings_ ., still air as -- worth about $:l.itU?.
ana the maaseao f would be
body. He js certainly a Irea* : whet the sun has set, tact wih larger "This
it. I
H-nn i ii nil jMinrt of a girl that was sadcs desire"\t least you will permit raja to human the air isfullof' a uipT1in frost, the sap already explained. It follows the-re-must; but the confederate would claimj was

1a4, :r: \11 iTlnOn WI!! contlt the I as it must bo col- I lore that the flying machine worth many thousand He
rella ,
so. \
,
;
t. not Inn
bssaSsssssse does it
... 1 start
11t bo lint? station device to to see :Mr. Baggsthe
..t"'fb'IO"D d t UlDbr n.. IIOf6 fm ..tt.risI .! oted dying the day he >saws some prob- Bend Mr. Lawyer offer for the
For b briDIS ..- tot I increased pace. of the treebra .. 1.11 4et., t. jj_don at nit 1. maw' be an elevator, but more owner, to make him an
an ..... rollers on a would betaken so
flame wh'. A the the will be machine The latter
ADd '"Is there no service yon kfile t:; 1 (i and pro d1' ,
., I render yon'" w nr/ e& took several stiohes clothes awe, ;lw-.T With aeroplane spread up with business and a myth

o J tr0 me. to-,. \V. do not wish,for,aunt,, lD1l8cJec, There In the abdominal mate) ",>>e1.'. -. lmed and propellers di"a cal immediate trip to Europe, at he,
hand B th was
iftrt > velocitysnatain to
w not
"lI backward,
i I ;company. Your bavffrspvre-to lid. nor a @ieke of read ..,1''catton scarcely listen, to any proposition
And kissed the poor.,. that had never' I wtmh tw_ twh of : aufficienl'to: and the attorney would'jfchis
n the and
f1'
at all is a piece of the niostunwarrant- 11&0 lips alt .doot" a pun qll' 1- 'buys OO*H jn ,
known (licht, I able impertjneaee.| excruciating pain. IIe seems absolutely ,. 'anu the R J8wtlIJ otitit m'\'lle f. ro U''" id call and 1isa.farnu .

That ntrver would gars evthn ixMutifal ItgrtTill : "Do' not drive me from you," was unable to feel pain. A gentleman I lasts Plea i ;,'nce Monthly. ed client, in eome ---..._
had lifted the Sr at stance $30 0 to }
angels velL the r pl1.HI love yea! I have I present ran one of the large black -- ,000. B.tge
weai.. tus L cared much about and
At last, whnn the shadows! of evening were I loved you from the first moment I taw needl f jthe ladies use to pin on their : Aa Arctic Song Bird.b.L. never selling,
hats through the thick muscles of the boys togct!._. g Kt : teemed tthaware of the real value of
falliutr, You the I
j you. are only woman ever part of the right and af- ties and camo-ma' slr We., 1-, .... (.1't.n been remarked that his Croede p Me8Bio-.
And the sun their great father, his children loved. upper arm,
terwards pulled the needle out with- I and start for tb I'll vs <.i. -" iLH> music in nature's solitudes "The cupidity of the legal gentleman -
.. nalhng,
And with these words this most ez- out a drop of blood following. IB all maple tree wcirh: ic: 01 v c.. of !u. (L W. Gilder who aeeom did the rest. In nine times out

Four Kin t"'*iin sped late the west. I| traordinary individual threw himself of his puncturing of the skin and from the ho':ac; WucJ: .j t"\\\1, \ ranted the sledge expedition of 1879! of ten he would buy from Baggs in
All said, "We have found '
that
in seeking the on his knees right ic front of AuntMaria' muscles, putting u small needle iato the maple growl', all hand find rltinty I j through Great Fish River and HayesJ his own name, freeze out his client,

pleasure 1 path. At this point a light the artery by which the pulsations of to do. If it is a warm day, the trees J Hirer region, alludes with some feelii who would make a big row over being
.
Of others fill
the
Then we t gull our own'measure,, II broke in upon me. There was a large the heart are felt, there is no Sow of must be immediately tapped and a ,' to the one little living scrap of left out of the deal and take back hismoney

softly they aaak to their rest private lu&atio asylum in the neigh- blood, and there is simply a slight couple of boys are started off with a 1 Hong that he met there, and the struggle with a great show of reluctance

-The Million. I borhood. This must surely be one of discoloration to show where the sharp sled-load of iron spiles, each about sit it cost him to lay violent hands on still claiming that he had been''

the patient who had eluded the inches long, and a quantity of the of Arctic creature .
instrument has entered the flesh. Mp only species | badly treated.
A
LOVERS' QUARREL] vigilance of his" keepers and escaped. Examining his pulse, which, by the buckets or short wooden troughs that that has a tuneful voice."I uJIan, and many a clever business

"He's mad, I whispered to Aunt way, is very strong and quick, hill have been cut out daring the long shot two of apparently,. distinct 1 man bit at the bait and the chancesare .

ICKaad.I had quar Maria "For goodness sake humor heart seems to stop for three or four : .winter evenings. A slight cut is made species of snipe," he sayr, "to preserve that mere than one, when he found
reled and parted. him or be will murder us both I through the bark of each tree, or an their skins for the Smithsonian .
1iiil'+ beats just as he drives a big needle out how easily he had been played fora
I cannot tell you have always beard they must be hole is bored a spile driven indirectly Institution collection. One distinguished
anger
into his flesh. He can also burn gasoline was greenhorn, kept the story of the
how it all began, humored. from his month, or put fire to his beneath it, and at the foot of by a sweet, simple swindle inside his own breast.
Ms or how it coded in Aunt Maria, however, paid no at- the tree is left ranged
t skin without feeling pain. Of coarse, a trough so a song somewhat similar to the lark's, Washington Post
){ ".(. this serious fub74 tention and I also doubt if' she even in the latter case the fire leaves a as to catch the sap as it drips from the its silvery tones gushing forth as if in

;, "1 'l ion but I can assure heard me. ,I small cieatriLlIe end of the spile. perfect ecstasy of enjoyment of sun Some Jacer restaurant Terms.

1,I., .. 1 yon I felt "Let us pass this instant, sir 1* she is of Spanish and English origin, While the trees are being tapped, shine and air, at the same time rising "Chicago and Boston Draw one!1"
: '"
; crimson with wrath.
?:, L very miserable as gasped" and while the quickness of his pulse the men left in camp have been busy andpoising itself upon its wings. yelled the waiter in a Bowery reatau*
I saw him striding \ever t never! till you promise to the rude shanties of
enough building "It seemed almost inhuman to kill
and the size: of the pupils of his eyes I rant, and the farmer from Delaware
away over the be mine. logs and boughs that are to the sweet little
indicate that he has spruce songster particularlyas
a nervous
system who had hindered
County into the
fields, although I had myself told him At this point, I regret to say, myaunt the sensory nerves do not perform thelter them while they remain in the it was the only creature I sawn the and had
place
ordered park aad beans
to go. Still I never thought he would lost her temper altogether, and their functions and the sympathetic bush, cutting quantities of firewood, Arctic that uttered a pleasant song. and coffee, opened hk eye wide-with

have taken me at my word. raised her umbrella, she brought it ganglia seem wanting. He certainly and swinging the great kettles into All other sounds were such as the astonishment. Never in his life had
"What shall I say to Aunt Maria?" down upon her suitor's head with such the iron bar that rests
a physiological conundrum. His skin place on on scream of the hawk and the gull, the the farmer been in where waiters
a place -
I thought as I turned -ray steps home force that she quite crushed in the top looks like that of other men, but he two forked posts solidly fixed in the quack of the duck, the yell of, the carried so dishes at one time.
ward. This was indeed a very serious of the bowler bat he wore and which ground. Sometimes great shallow wolf the 'oof cof!' of the walrus many
does not feel when a sharp instrument or and flung them on the table with each
reflection, for it had been the fortunately protected his skulL For pierces it. pans of iron, set upon rude founda- the bark of the seal-all harsh and recklessness but .

dream of Aunt Maria's existence to a moment he seemed petrifietl with He discovered his immunity from tions of stone, are used instead of the I unmelodious, save the tones of this apparent and he had hoard deadly orders accuracy -
; never
ae 'ne united to Dick Johnson, the astonishment. Then he sprang to his pain by running a thorn into his foot kettles, and the shanty in which the sweet little songster. Nothing but for food transmitted with so mneL
ham Home only eon of our wealthy feet and seizing Aunt Maria in his live is often
when a boy. He has been giving ex men a very permanent starvation or scientific research could freedom and
variety.
neighbor, Sir Henry. arm, lifted her bodily from the structure of that be used for
these
hibitions for seven and is logs, can justify the slaughter of one of "
years nowtwent.four 'Pears to m* this is the moat bottling -
Dick and I had played together ae'', ground and carried her along the innocents."I .
He many years. "
old. is
years stoutly place I ever see, he remarked
children, dAaeed, together, flirted path. She struggled violently and I Late in the afternoon the sleds ;
I
built has an intelligent face, is of a'air believe shut my eyes when I 'nd I never heard a man's fodder
together, and finally fell in love with followed, screaming for help. I complexion, and writes a hand each carrying a lane cask: or hogs- pulled the trigger of my gun, and I called for that way. Land o' Goshee t
one another. { The lunatic strode on until he head, are sent around t the maple knew heart
much better than most men.-New- $ my gave a regretful thump What-do them fellers want?"
i We were to have been married in a. reached the gate which led into a Orleans Picayune. trees, all the sap bn Lre emptied, when I heard the thud of its poor The waiter had struck attitude of
month, and now I had sent him away 1 field, on one aide of which ran a and finally the L* what bleeding body on the ground."-New
and told him I never 'wished to eee rather high stone wall. Upon the top tastes like swf i. H Aa: drawn York Dispatch. majestic repose for a minute or two in
him arain. of this wall be placed unfortunate Sew ,Use for a Magnet front of a table where two men sat,
i bn
ay
slowly is
Ran I ... and then he had shouted
What was to be done-and oh dear I aunt and then stood and calmly surveyed Using a magnet for the purpose of ie tire* : : "Slaughter
( William II. His in the i Make it I Let the
two
on TravelingThrone.William pan
what should I her. e.
say to my Aunt Maria? extracting foreign bodies from the b.' **
There was no other help for it, however "Take me down! Let mo go 1" she is a comparatively new and almost u'JIII PptuL IL is the first monarch of murphies come with their jackets on '

but to go home and explain the shriek*(! ..- heard of treatment. Dr. IL W. Hun- orope who has appreciated the value The men wanted rare beefsteaks,

situation to the best of ray ability,, a'XotUltil I have your promise to asker by/this method performed a sue standing ncar: 1 encan methods of travel, and with boiled potatoes, and in that restaurant

and accordingly home" weat i marry$e," replied the lunatic. "1 1I cefisful operation if such could be bubbling hqai uti.. .ear organized his train of cars that the customers hare to take the

Aunt Maria was in the drawing- I am quite prepared to remain here until called, which resulted in a young man's does this a bit of J>acon if t .own in,, LAO can move from one end of his em- skins oft'potatoes whien are boiled.Coffeq .

room and I stole softly in and took upa | tomorrow morning if need be," he eyesight being preserved. and the troubled wat, -rs inbuide pire to another not only without per- wad wanted by the men she,

book hoping that she would not I j added with great coolness A short time ago C. A. Hoey, who The boiling is continued until the sonal fatigue, but under conditions but''tba waiter did not give the order

notice me. But the saw me directly,, "Oh aunt, do say 'yes,* I im- lives .at Glenooe, Calaveras County water sap has been changed into a that enable him to transact State business to /draw two" until he haJ got the

and inquired : I plored ; but at this oar persecutor was badly injured in the right eye by rich syrup, when it is drawn off into as satisfactorily as if he were in beefsteaks for them.
After awhile the farmer found'ut
;. "Where is D iU" turned upon me. "Will you hare the a jagged sliver of steel penetrating the I casks for future use, or into other his working room at Potsdam or Ber

\ 'He has gone home," I replied, I kindness not. to interfere he aid, eyeball Hoey. was working at the iron kettles to be boiled again until it lin. The Chicago Vestibule Limited that""fry two, with the bunny side

Iryiog to assume an unconcerned man ', so fiercely that I WM terrified and forge on his father's ranch when the becomes sugar. This second boiling finds its counterpart in the German up, meant two. fried eggs, turned

ner, and failed most signally in the shrank back. accident occurred. The sharp piece must be done very carefully, or the imperial train, which may be said tot over and fried on both sides ; that

attempt. I 1' For about ten minute Aunt Maria of metal struck with snob force that it syrup will become burned and spoiled.It have doubled the capacity for workof "one on" meant the warming up" of apiste
of cakes called "sinkers and
"Gone home? Why? Did you not sat on that wall and raved. Then she was buried perhaps an eighth of an is constantly stirred with a long- a monarch mainly criticized because ;
tell him I dinner?" bunt into tears. At this I inch below the surface. that "one wheat" or "one buckwheat"meant
expectedJiim to juncture Every ordinary handled wooden paddle, and both eggs of his superabundant energy.
If he had remainedin
"Yes." perceived a man's figure in the din means was used to extract it, but and milk are often thrown in to purify People who find fault with the Em- pancakes.

"Then why is he not coming taaoe. Was be coving this way? Oh, failed, so the young man came to this it. The scum that rises to the top is peror because, as they say, he is per- the place longer he might have increased -

*'Hehodan engagement," I mumbled joy he..... As be draw near I saw city for relief. carefully removed, and thrown out on petually rushing from one corner of his stock of new names still
New York Tribune.A .
to ny mingled debt sad dismay it He visited several of the leading the snow, to the delight of the children Europe to the other, forget that it is I farther.-

"For goodness sake, child, speak was Dick, aad seeing tbd the lunatic specialists in diseases of the eye. Each who watch for it to cool and not he who does the rushing, but the I

cut I Come here where I ran see yon. had his back to me I ran to meet him. one told him that relief could be afforded partially harden. They call it "maple train of ears under him. His life, Cute Canary.

How red your face ia! What i if the "Ob, Dick!" I panted as t came up only bv the removal of the eye. candy" or "taffy" and regard it as a ,I meanwhile is as placid and methodical "We have go. a canary at home,"

matter?" to him, "we have been at> terribly Not earing tolose the member he went I as one could wish, but where his said Walter Thompson, of Lincoln,

I rose obediently and stood before frightened by a uadraan. He has put I further and called upon others among treat.When by testing on the snow, or in I grandfather was satisfied to know a S'eb., "that is considered by the family -

ray. aunt, who fixed her relentless gaze Aunt Maria on the wall and says he them Dr. Hvnsaker. The latter in- cold water, the syrup is found to have I man through written report, William to be just about as smart as thin

upon me."You nbau't get down until .... has promised formed him that be would remove the boiled long enough, it is run into II. prefers to see that man face to make them I'll tell you why we :

have been crying," she said. to marry him. Do come and save piece of metal and possibly save the moulds, where it cools into sakes of I face.-Harper'0 Magazine.Ills BO. The bird cage bangs in a room in

"Now, jest tell me the truth at once, her. "' eyesight Dr. Hnusaker proceeded to maple sugar, or the kettle is lifted I I which there is a large coal tove. One

Daisy. Have you and Dick quarreled ; Dick ran quickly to tiM spot, and slightly enlarge the opening made by from the fire, and its contents stirred Throne Room is the Kltclirn. afternoon we were all going out for s

?" the lunatic turned and faced him. the entrance of the foreign substance. and beaten as they cool, until they i short while, and as the fire was low,

"lea," I faltered. "You rascal !" cried Dick. t "Standback Then he took an electric coil, at the become coarse brown sugar that can I In the Laos States between Siam my wife flllad the stove with coal and

"And what about, prav?'* and let me take that lady off the end of which was a steel needle. The be need in cooking.-Detroit Free and Tonquin, dwells a very easygoingChinese. turned; on the draught, expecting tobe

"I don't know." walL" <> needle was inserted into the opening Preen Prince. Otto Elilers, the home before the fire got top hot.

'You don't know !'* This in a very "Yon shall sot teach her !I" said the until it touched the diver of steel, and German traveler has a good deal to We were gone a good deal longer thanwe

sarcastic tone. huratie, fiercely. with a powerful storage battery the i m-Eullt Bedsteads.Art say about this eminent ruler. He had expected, however, and when

I remained silent and fumbled for Diek took him by the coat collar needle was magnetized. The smaller leaves the chief cares of State to his we returned the room was like a furnace *

toy pocket handkerchief. aad flung him with such force that he piece clung to the larger as though furniture dealers era down on wife. He takes interest in cooking.It and the stove red hot My wife'

"Who began it?" pursued Aunt Maria stumbled and f iL The next instant both were one and was slowly and the metal bedstead, brass, iron and is a pity Brillat Savarin could not first thought was of the bird, and,
drawn from its all. What these decorators say is I have lived to visit hin. He has had looking at tht., and not
sternly.4ldontknow.. Dick had lifted Aunt Maria safely to carefully resting place.It upon up /age
." the ground. He had scarcely done so proved to be nearly half an inch in heeded, and auctioneers may be buried his throne removed into the royal seeing him, concluded at once that he
and under iron beds b.fow the green I kitchen, so that he can receive visitors had been suffocated the intense
"Have you broken off your engagement when the madman leaped upon him length was of an irregular shape. by
?" and a terrific struggle followed. Suddenly "This kind of treatment is new to Ia.. es come again. The prettiest bed while he watches the preparation of teat She got a chair aDd climbed up

"Yes," I bunt forth; "I hate him I saw the lunatic place his hand the medical profession of the city as is made of some dark wood, beautifulin his meals. His subjects are content to\ look into the cage, fully expecting:

and I will never speak to him again." in the breast of his coat, and the next far as I know," said Dr. Hunsaker grain and construction but absolutely with his administration. They especially to eee the poor bird stretched out on

Then I began to weep copiously. instant there was a flash of steeL He yesterday. "I judge it must be, as without decoration. The headpiece admire the Democratic spirit the floor, dead. Instead there he was

"If yon are going to bawl" said had drawn knife. none of the gentlemen consulted by is straight in lines and so low manifested in his choice of a throne sitting flat in his bathtub with only

Aunt M/ria, with bitter irony, "you "Oh, Diek, oh, my darling!I" I Mr. Hoey made use of it. Mr. Hoey'seye that if pillows were used in the dressing room. The dynasty however does his head, which he would now and

had better leave the room. 1 shall re- screamed! ; "he will kill you !" is now in almost as good conditionas they would reach they top. The not promise to be a long one.-West then dip into the water, exposed to

pure a full explanation to-morrow In that moment I forgot our quarrel it ever was."-San Francisco ExAm. footpiece is lower, but with the rolled : minster Gazette the fnrnacelike heat of the room."-

from both you and Mr. Johnson." I forgot everything in the world iner. bolster and silk or embroidered spreadit Jt Louis Globe-Democrat

I fled upstairs and did not appear and that he was in peril of his life ; looks cosy as well as sumptuous, A pair of twins voted at the recent

again that evening. I passed a wretched j j I and, rushing forward, I grasped the Curious Story of a Spur. bed and could.furnishes-St the Louis room Republic.JL as no metal 'election in Wilkeabarre, Penn., the Single to Those Who Are Ill.

night and had a frightful scene with I maJm u'. arm and hung 05 to it with The-death of W. Oswald Charlton in I other day, though one of them was A has discovered a newpower
just
Amt Maria the next morning. She !i all my weight. Aunt Maria screamed England recalls the curious story of .I sick in bed.' The well one did the pastor in visiting the sick. He has always

firmed and expostulate: I. but I re'ajkiaed lastly. for help and as I span around the Charlton spur-an interesting Cure for JlIt'C'OuhJ' voting for both, and the judges were read the Bible to them and

firm in my resolve to return [ with the combatants I caught sight of relit exhibited not long ago before the The quickest cure on record in the none the wiser, as the young men were but in addition, he
I>ick's and th. ring present men running across Society Antiquaries. Bellevue Hospital. New York, was I so nobody can of the old familiar hjinnx. lie

Accordingly I spent a \'uUl' > of hours Aid WM near, so I shut my teeth prom time immemorial the Chart tons that of Jennie Klevansker, who was I' them apart. I' some finds that a mej.n.;e cl

** trig; over them aud parmp: them aad held oa like gridflith. In a few poeseeaion of this tpnr, which, accord suffering with hysterical hiotY'rslus.i comfort to the they heart carry more e*"ily tuan

"p.' second*-it seemed Uk saa eternity to big to A border custom, was served On her way to the alcobr;: ,'i.-l in In one million births quintuplets j else. Oft. when tb.. hraia.

get lumhron Aunt t.sria an- | -e-th* mss were on the spot, and up dinner.. The dish in which it charge of an attendant,a 01'i _.' .:.r' 1 ar. recorded put once. When David Is anything too weak *o follow! a a prays; otSeriptur"

: her Intention of viititing ome l, after a brief struggle the lunatic waserored wu i [aced was covered ; and on the with a straight-jacket. IM.' w.>.. .a Rosen .erger. of Kittaning. Penn.who to lister ioeonwrftf'on i ,

"" Den of hers in the village about and disarmed by tile t.-o ke+pI lid be jug lifted and the spur seen, the shrieked and declared .that else was I j i recently became .the father of five old < >r brio ..> -' :,lea

mili..s distant, and ordered memlane 'I I I ec'who. had been eearehiag for him retainers knew that the larder was cured. She had stopped hiccoughing i' children, heard this he remarked that to an the b'tUA lace and softly song the say ,.>r a

} Ber, wli-h I )'rej' :-ed I j i a 1 I8a Ae for me, the danger being empty nd that they were expected to and was immediately Uncharged.Washington .-- the statement was the first consolation evens- Con-T- ,'
short ton aaliat -
[:worth very badgrta,\ I four "e !i oret.!promptly fainted asay., When fill it. Chicago Hcrali Star. he had received. L prarer.-E > ;

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,"For Charity Sufferelh Long." to postpone consideration of the report I COMO XOTES. OFFICE FLORIDA PA&ENOER Acrr

i,'of relations committee
the foreign
JACKSONVILLE. ;;'_\., Nov. 30.
QCotJg4 Correspondence TunesHerald.Rkenmatism .
until April 6th, and aggravated the
The XJCTUEnx hAlLWAY has pot
matter by tome sneering remarks at U' and the gout have preserved -

the lives of several trout in imoperation the 01 at elaborate and
the expense of that committee for having I
:: c".nit>K>ie tiieduie of lotpiag tar!
SyrUp Lake Como during the past week.
agreed to A resolution that was ,, i i i -
.
Liurs ever hctasse Honda
binding upon nobody. Just when I:e However it is eralifving tbe able to operat
attack of *not lb. S", I h. H*.. h.* EMim :be
i.
was talking about the injustice of our announce that the a thing
Is a of value. It
remedy sterling .
positivelycures
he the a' "'" "rM I ISCNIde4,1, tw ,rmef to-
and that
past daily piscatorial
meddling with the affairs of Spain and
( all Bronchial AffectionsCough Cold Croup cede.b 'Wu h- daily :.teJ.oc..avl -
Cuba, Senator Morgan quietly upset the : procession up to the.Smith House will Anr'lp c

old gentleman by at kin:: "Where did I Bronchitis and Grippe. You can-always rely on it. be resumed. "...ll I r i York via

DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is indispensable to 4 :. t., Lis i,. '1 O..O.n1.
you set the information upon which 10 "Major" was interred last Saturdayweek
Price cts. Shun all substitutes. i'e'.I'"', Yalta H.'h,' f.&fihl\J3
sustain tour earnest action regarding : every family. 25 in due form, and flowers now
Ca.cr tytrr LIMITED
Armenia? After Mr." Hoar had tried Cat LANG?* PlUGSTa f stTosscce A td! t 40e.0esl..r*.a aaI.A.C...,.,6 eo.......... mark the spot where he lies. His successor hen b t .I '-AM-. .t.OA('Air ,. a

to reconcile his late position towards is expected to arrive on Sunday.
*. HI thunsl MiJ
\'ra
the Armenians with his present position "Major" was not a beauty but his good 4g.1Ige. ,
| JEWELRY CONCEITS. exltr.i.e .o.t Is I ,-.. ami drawing
towards the Cubans, to the great : At the post. qualities In other respects made up for

IMtn. :i I amusement of the Senate and the'I! Tortoise shell comb show applied decorations his shortcomings in what after all Itbut r .iu 'eo'. piDl' one through'

crowded : in gold and sliver. t aWI hi'oi Chaos . ':4' IwksouvtB
galleries Senator Chandler of secondary consideration.
I 1, A pretty Deck chain of fanciful description I ja 7 .' .... .'.i.-. t. ,. ( & I*. ILuIi -
.Lars C. Pb.enlx. nilwsakt WU."JTatrwn read a telegram which Senator Hoar is composed of pearls set alternately Sawdust sidewalks have now been ) .
rut.).], at).i 'cs 'h'.._ .utnati the next
./ a Benevolent lime ; sent to the President, offering his sup. |j'with beads of dull chased gold. laid over a good portion of the burgh.On .
I .
and knowlnr the food Dr. lilies Nerrlne port by speech and vote for the most Necklaces. composed of several rows of the Georgetown road the pedestrian < ? ''A J h A3 -.. a

has done me. my wish to help others orer- small pearls, kept In their places by threeor h,.- ,d04 C.I Ir" .J I (*KH the Turks with and comfortas
oomes my# dislike for the publicity, this i vigorous measures against ( fire diamond slide, are If anything can perambulate ease lot...' I ;., .. ., : iiigbani and
latter may tire me. In Nov and Dec. teat i, even to treating l&cm as pirates and :more In vogue than ever. tar out as the junction of the Crescent .
I .
I !II.. ', NH-.Vc". ',, .:u .-et route.
The Inmate k4 the M liaGrlppef1 enemies of the human race, and turn :| The modern chatelaine pin measures City road, and. in fact, it is now I
and I was one of the first. Besoming duty I 8evp.ra1lnche. In length and from it hang I hMH niEKN H. i iLls AT ha also
jug to Mr. Hoar he said: "I suppose ] good walking all over the city. Neighbors : .
too I .
with the of I I chains of .
soon we so many sick I seven various length, to which 1'0' :i H:" : '1( t .t line between
did not regain my health, and la a month you intended to add, provided that I the chatelaine belongings are attached. can be neighborly with impunity, ,
T.oJ ee aryl KAr I and between
kec..e.debilitated and werr..a nothing Is done until after Apnl Cth. i I Chatelaine watches for dress occasions and if the small boy with his little match j "" uy,

from sleeplessness and the drat made oa I have the backs paved with brilliants JaeksnnyU'i! ..1oeinnata, in con-
The anti-oi-tion bill of Col. Hatch, will let the grass along the borders of
my vitality, that it was a question if I could I sapphires or pearls. In all cases the pin to n..etI': with the i i' au System via

fro on A. dear friend advised me to try which has been killed so often and ., which they are attached Is invariably the paths alone, Como will enjoy good I Je n. .. for Cincinnati train r.1.h a

Dr. XOff* Hetrottve Xertine. which passed the House in the last with stones or enameled to match.-Jew- walks for some time to come. The ,
I took I bottles and ,, through alW't er I :> .he".avme
am happy to say I amID elers' Circular.A .
Congress and cane near enough to youthful mind of Como like the youthful -
better health than ever. I still continue daily '-' 11:30 p. ni .i.u rea.hei At-
Itm .e ii:4b and
ania al "- m. ue next day
as my work U very trying A letter addressed frighten its opponents is about to be resist the temptation of the match ,
know of who I Cineinuau at 7:2u the second dxf.
m
to Milwaukee WU., will reach me. anybody anybody a.
The Rouse committee when combustible
killed once more. anything is in sight
Jane e,I89L Man LAUBA a Psomz. baa hunted up some gold In his old stockings The KADMU> City car IOMVM Tami at
Dr. Miles' Nerrlne Is mid on a positlsnarantoe on agriculture has agreed to table and subscribed to the"popular loan" The school laws ot Florida, it is said, I Jacksonville
8 6:20 and
that the flrrt bottle will *neat the bill. A. -Lowell Courier.A GIN PHOSPHATEWill gives the teacher jurisdiction over the a ni. ( p. m.),
All drncKlU It at It C bottle tor I& or arMY.H in Kansas City at 5:20 D- m.
London the
has referred to
It will h sent, paper school children
their
prepaid of and
on receipt price on to
by Uiel>r. Mile Medical CoElknart, icd. World's Fair Te kaiser as "a puppy emperor." Now. what cure Kidney Troubles, Nervous way the second day, going vu Atlanta Bizmiuxm 4
The
would have happened to that editor if he Disorders, Indigestion. For sale by from school. It would be well to have i and Memphis.

Dr. Miles'\ Nervine showed DO baking porsfr bad called the queen "a puppy's grandmother MARCUS LOEB, D. RixonAM, I the jurispiction exercised on this occa : Thiervice gives the Southern Railway -

In len ?"-Cleveland Press.A M. J. MURPHY, TOM RAY. sion. four daily trains between Jackson

Restores Health so y.-o or so great timorous Gotham paper wants to oc4-ly I yule and! AtI>>'Qu.I' .

calng power as the Royal.WantedBoarders. know how the seacoast inhabitants can Our object is to impress every wearerof Full information regarding rates and

WASHINGTON LETTER. protect themselves when English men-of- NOTICE. pants with the fact that the BUCKSKIN I'schedules may r>e bad by addressing
war begin throwing shells ten miles in W. D. ALLEN,

1 land. That's easy. Blow up the We1 and U. 8. LAXD jOmcK QAIKUTILLX, FLA, ) BREECHES are the best working 1 Florida Passenger Agent.

canal and come to Chicago.-Chicago Dispatch January ZT, 1800. f pants made. We put a printed .
From bur Regular Correspondent. /COMPLAINT HAVING KEEN ENTERED -
Four male boarders; one of the finest ____________ \j at this office by WILLIAM H. BETA aeainstHezekUh guarantee in the pockets of each pair :
I' PINE SYRUP
locations the State Modern built B. brawdy for abandoning his Homestead TAR
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 16. in : Entry No.22,189. dated December 24. lea, so you can get your money back or get
SIX
city house with all conveniences; bathroom WINTER EXCURSIONS TO upon the IWI,.. sw!'4. Section 2, nwV4,nw',. !Sec: another pair if you find they are not QuiCklv cures Cough and Cold,
President Cleveland is allowing the etc; use of horse and wagon. II. and nell ne>/4. Section 10, Township S.R. i
JAMAICA
Senators to monopolize the talk on Ia4 at this office. Ja31 I' the:25 cancellation E, In Putnam of County said entry.the.with said a partiesare Ie';, to exactly as we say-best in every way- : ret '<* Drug Store corner Second and. >j

Cuban affairs and they have certainly hereby summoned to appear at Banner- fit, finish and wear. .
I Leon 'J.I
mrtsHENRY
THE GREAT SUJTLAND OF THE Wonuv Tine, Fla.. before John Harvey N. P, on MONDAY I
done lot of It that was entirely un- I. ,the wh day of MARCH. 1896,at 10 o'clocka. rure rich blood is the for ,:
Oaeof the of the to respond and furnish cure nervousness -
Sale magnificent ships nu testimony concerning -
necessary this week inasmuch as the Cheap. said alleged abandonment The case and Hood's Sarsaparilla is the I STRUNZ.

acceptance of the report of the committee Plant Steamship Line has been appointed will be considered at this office, MARCH 27, .
1896. J. M. BARCO. One True Blood Purifier and nerve
AT LAW
COUNSELLOll
on foreign relations in favor of to leave Port Tamoa at 4 p. m., fe-td Register. tonic. ,'
tan who wants to be his own
the Senate'accepting the House resolutions tor baa 1,000 acres of land, January 31st, February 14lh and 28th, NOTICE.U. 11 i i p of 1'.a.L.A.1'U JIATIOJIAL BAVK $LTLDC10.
Queen Victoria is in possession a
os a substitute for Us own resolu b 4 and about WO live and March 11th and 27th atriving at Successor to JOSKTR IL 8rArroax
lions wu a foregone conclusion Seated a little east of .SJLAJID Ornra AT OAinsriLLK:,FIJU,I cunous needle. It was made at the
Montego BIT, Jamaica a. m., January January 21, 1800. I
the first. And talking wasn't the Station celebrated needle factory at Bedditch. a-Havin resigned the office of State ,

thing the Senate did fJ th a little money who 20th, February 3d and 17th, and \j/COMPLAINT at this office IIAVIXO by WILLIAM BEEN H.ENTERED BKTAH Scenes from the Queen's life are depic- Attorney I have resumed the practice

unnecessary write or come and see March 2d, 16th and 30th, arriving Port against Andrew J. Drswdy for abandoning his ted on the needle,so finely cut that they of law in all ii. *-.LC.
week. While the report of its A. L. CHATFIELD Homestead Entry No.20,971 dated December 13
6 23d and February W. H. Wioo.
Tampa a. m. January
the sal Section 3,
18tn. upon e% /: Township 9. are only discernable through a
tee was pending it adopted a resolution i e20 Satsuma Hights, Fla. 6th and 20th March 5th and S. Range 25 E.ID Putnam County Fla. with a Office, No. 1 Shelly Building oPr \

calling on the President for all Information -, :' view to the cancellation of said entry, the saidparties microscope.If site Court House Falatla. Fla.
19th, and April 2d. are hereby summoned to appear at .
in his, possession concerning the I DannemUe 11*., before John Hsrrey. N. P.. member of the imperial famly I .
Trains on the Jamaica Railway will the tth of any
'! s of all kindsor on MONDAY day MARCH. 1890. at 10
present state of affairs in Cuba. Cuban leave Monlego Bay 103t a m, arrivingat o'clock a. BU to respond and furnish testimony lives out of Russia for more than one- S. J. HILBURN. .

affairs were fully discussed at the last R or for sale. Spanishtown 4:30 p m, and King- concerning will be considered said alleged at this abandonment.office MA RCH The 27.1826.case fourth of a year then his or her incomeis : ATTORNEY AT LAW. I

cabinet meeting, and there are rumors ston 5pm, returning will leave Kingston J. M. BARCO. considerably reduced.
f 7-td
of the President having sent a trusted' T L H. Keating Sam, Spanishtown 8:30 a m, ar- Register. PALATKA. FLORIDA.

find how rive Montego Baj 2'30 p. m. The road The Ideal Panacea Offlee over Old National Bank BuUdlng/oppo:
agent to Cuba to out just SHERIFF'S SALT!
Street. from Montego Bay to KJngrton tra- site Poet-Offlce.

things are and of his Intention to send' emon verses a beautiful mountainous coun- r Jas. T.YrancisAlderman, Chicagosays All business entrusted to his care will receive
branch Port Antonio is J.W. Titcomb, as Administrator ") .'! New Discovery
A to
the ex- regardJDr.lKlng's
a message to Congress on subject, FALATKA MABKTETS. try. etc. fTS. : :; prompt attention. -a tfX.

but neither the President nor any pected to be finishedln a short time, f Execution. as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs
when facilities will Town of Falatka Heights j
transportation extend -
his cabinet will talk aboutit Colds and Lung Complaints having
member of Groceries-Wholesale. JLi. Purcell
to the division of the Jamaica In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit .
at least not for publication. One Corrected: Weekly by Oy Bra, Corner Kirby Railway. Stop-overs between Montego used it In my family for the last five ,

thing can be set down as certain. Congress -I and Kirkland itreets. Bay and Kingston will be permitted in and for Putnam County, Florida. years, to the exclusion of physicians ATTORNEY

has been stampeded but the ad- Sugar Standard Fine Granulated.... 6% within limit of ticket. BY VIKTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED prescriptions or other preparations"Rev.
Extra "C" ujc;&r A Parties round tickets out of said Circuit Court in shore entitlod And Couu.Upr at Law. opposite the Cowr
holding can
trip
ministration will not be. Mr. Cleveland Dry Salted Huston BeUlrs.. M; cause bearing date March 4. 1896, to me directed. John Burgus Keoknk Iowa, HOBS
Dry rafted western Bellies.. & ., remain over and return on any trip indicated I hare levied property writes "I have been a minister of the
wants to know he is right beforehe Dry Salted Western Back.... ...... 4*. above ,lying and b giinnnFutnain County and : .-wm Practice la all Courts. JALATKAFLA.
Lard, compressed in tierces......... 6'g State of Florid, Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 U3-tf
takes action that cannot be recalled, .. .. 6O-lb tiDI....... 64 Children under twelve and over NH of Block 7, Bart Addition to PaUtka years or more, and have never foundanything

and which may cost the United Stales Sugar-Cured Hams.)04J three years of age will bfl charged half Heights,being Lots 4,S, .. lei II. 12,in Block No. to beneficial, or that gave me
i'Icaieame..7
of said JOHN
% town D. BLACKWELL.
thousands of lives and millions of eonaei: bhoulder.. .. .. .7 fare. Servants accompanying employers 7 1'As the property of said defendants 1 win sell .such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Beef U.4 LI 9 two-thirds fare. same at public auction at the MIlt door of Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
2* 1.10 I te Court Bocce la said tetween the ATTORNEY
dollars
The rate of fare will be as follows: county LAW
l.io Remedy now. Trial Bottles free at
Boast Beet I. hours of sale on the I
The report of the majority the .. K.. .! Port Tampa to Montego Bay Jamaica I Ackerman & Stewart's Drug Store. BOOM 1CCKILL BLOCK

Senate Election Committee written by Flour,Fancy Western First Patents. 4.23 to 4 JO one way $37.50; round trip, $70.00; FIRST TUESDAY IN APRIL. 1896. I
FUnr Heoond Pateats do do.. a.110 t- I the the 6th of said river Post-Cffloe. 11.160.
Port Kingston Jamaica same being day month to
Tampa to one
,
Free Information.
Carolina Oacd 4
Chandler,of New Hampshire favorof Rioe, 3'4 to the highest and best bidder for cash
Fancy .1y toilAi way, 40.00; round: trip. $75.00. This j And upon such sale being mad will make, Messrs. C. A. Snow& Co. of Washington
the resolution for Investigating$ the Butter, Fancy Easters Creamery. rrtoll I rate includes meals and berth on steamship execute sad deliver to purchaser !purchaser.a'good ,
R. W. & W.
M.
election of the Alabama Legislature Hrrup Cheese-Florida Fancy Full,per Cream.(>.Y.St.). 10 30to33 to 12 and sufficient d,.eO. the said purchaseror D. C., lawyers and agents for DAVIS
title.
that elected Senator Morgan exposes a new cn.ctw.Vanderner Orleans Molasses.& Holmes'.... &Sto40 Steamers of the Royal Mall Packet purchasers paying for JOHN W. HAOAK.Sheriff.. procuring patents will send free to any ATTORNEYS AT LAW

td. a majority In the Standard XXX....Soda. 5 Company are advertised to leave Kingston address pamphlets with Information
republican plot get R. W. & \V. M. DAVIS. Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Lemon Crackers .... ... T on Tuesday, January 21st, aud
Senate by unfair means. Their purposeis Ginger Baaps............. T Tuesday thereafter for Barba- l m -4w about home and foreign patents, caveats riickmin-Ktnnerf Block Lemon Strer
every
Extra Tout. ... T
to use the Populists to help them Assorted Mixed Cake. S does, where connection Is made for IN CIRCUIT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL copyrights, trade-marksinfringe- Palates Ra. e3-ir

this resolution. Then to have the Condensed Milk-Eagle .. 7JtOto Win ward Island ports as follows: St. ments design patents, abstracts of decisions -
pass Cbsmpion........ 4.70 to CIRCUIT FLORIDA PUTNAM COUNTY -
investigation committee report in favorof do do B UHrand. 1.4Ho Vincent Grenada Tnnidad and Ta- etc., as well as the cost of E. i HASKELL
do do Challenge. 3.5050 also for St. Lucis Martinique IN CHANCERY.EWsbeth .
bagoi -
unseating Senator Morgan when do do Dime.............3.I5to325 Dominica; St patents in the United States and foreign LA v r-yEjR: : :
Canned tables-NO.Tomatoes.. U to 1-10 Gaudeloupe, Antigue F.Hodges j Bill to RemoveTS.
the Populists are again expected to, do .2 Tomatoes........... 64 to 80 Kilts, Nevis and St. Thomas as wellas I Cloud from Title countries.
them for the adoption of do No.J Okra and Tomatoes 83 to 1.10< Central American port; and on F JA.Simmons,Trustee,et si I and Relief.TT Office hou.: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., and
join in voting do No.> Marrow less....... M to 1.15 APPEARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT OF 6 toj?
that do No. Itarly June Pea.... Lao to 1.30 Friday, January 17tb and every alter. I 1 D. M. KIRBY, Esq. Complainant's Attorney TEN DOLLARS FOR A NAME. evening
report.The do Not Boston Staked eaD. 1.8050 nate Friday thereafter for Colon, Savi- filed in the above entitled cause,that he Office moved to Second street next
Republicans in the House hope i do 1I00.IBoetoD Brown Bread 1.6050 villa Carthagona and Port Limon. i believes that the defendants F. A. Simmons. door to Methodist Church.
Table Irlllhl'otatoee-per barrel.. 1.40 to .... I Trustee, and James Marton, are non-residents
| to get some campaign thunder out of' Red Onions do IJWto For further information in regard to of the State of Florida, but that they reside la The Georgia Southern and Florida p.&.LATU. FLORID.

the hearings which have been arranged Yellow EarlY Roes Onions for seed per barrel......._. l.T5to.1.110 ... reservations, etc. call on nearest Plant or at they Cedar are Rapids both, in over the the State age of of twenty-one Iowa, amthat Railway In addition to their famous

| by a sub-committee of the House committee of Hebron for seed...... MM System Agent, or address rears,and that there is no ran in the State Pullman Buffet trains "Quick Step"and
Beast: ed for .e d. iso "B. W. WREXN, of Florida the service of a subpoena upon BENJ. P. CALHOUN
on ways and means for next Golden Cattolcue,80 Ib tins.... .... S9STOBACCO Pass. Traffic Manager whom would bind such defendant Dixie Flier"have inaugurated the i
,ClCAaiTTES ETC. It is therefore ordered that the defendants ,
j week. These hearings are announced Duke OprPttf' .I.....................f3.6$ Savannah, Ga. F. A. Simmons Trustee< and James )Marton do fastest Pullman line in the South between -

I to be for the purpose of ascertaining q.tIoDC.tn.1to2oa.KW ,' ............. ...... :zs JM to 30 (I. C McFADDY.s.sillut OB appear the ilK to 'be DAY bill OK of APK1L.complaint A. Sled U., ISM.herein'the Macon and Tampa the route being ,,' ATTORNEY! AT LAW'

, whether the redprosity treaties and arrangements Arrow 30 s\ i t General Fai. Aft. -hb bring a rule day of tbis Court. Georgia Southern and Florida to
Seal: .r yurtnCarUnaZo: .._ M. Savannah, Ga. ordered that this notice be published -
I made by the late Mr. Duknl urea.2 os. 30 F M. once week for four consecutive week Jasper and Plant system toTampa, eav I: j
Bull ilurhaaZoj. SS JOLLY I.he TI.ts-HEaALD. a newspaper published Cr Omc mULL BLOCK over Post olD
lilaine during the last Republican administration Larj HtntooM.... 41 Division Pass Agent, In Putnam County Florida. ing daily at 11:28 p. m. arriving in I Pt-%tkA. Florida. fsSS-UT
( .. 19 Witness my band and official seal this 26th day t
| were of sufficient benefitto O niamp org1a hetet. ...... ........ 358wr Tampa, Fla. of February, .&.lJ. fan.ii. Tampa 2:30 p. m. next afternoon;

this to make their renewal Hui. ftt....... 30 [ 5.] JUS PH PRICE, Cterk.I returning leave Tampa 10:15 a. m. I Y
'ountry: j I
Clia.ax dubs. .. S2 M. KIRBY. Attorney and Complainant". ROEMHELD'S
iad'-sabie, and what tariff and customs dS: 43 Solicitor. /eti-4w arriving in Macon at 4 a. m. As the I
Star ............. .... ................. to iris
re u at ions in foreign countries are ... .. PEHNYROYAL names ot its two JacksonviUb Pullmancars
I Qipper.Ham bn :-::'.:::.::.::::::::. .::.:::: : .. GUillDLVSN'OTICE NOTI' E. INFALLIBLE '

I dc H.';mental to an increase in our for- Pearl .. .. ........ .. .. i ..uelsr..I..111.17.4 U.... rcn.a ": .::[. W have become household words, u.

e -i business. As to the rcciprosityvalics. I Itrun>mt .... tom..u. K".Pd-4 6. W_..h... desires to christen its new route with a I '
.S4 5..J IS IIEREHGlVE.sTU.T WILL REMEDIESAre
trea e .. ...._ .. -i
_
'I YUrlioe: e.x efaa.- T. and
will be
the t4a.t County
the Democratic Congressruts } ,per XOe to J.djEeoll..tnam name that as appropnate
se a Snap.. .. .... .... ... ...00i a:": =a DiMa.-.:i.-ariflil- s.II.u. Florida, on MONDAY, April Sth. *. fur j ..
.... bus
.* ascertained b ........ .... I y\TMmi u..vPnt its two sisters. Mr. G. A. not ordinary Patent!
: i repealed them > i Royal &IdBC Ibwderl U J -- u* leave and authority to ell at private eels thefollowing popular as .
do du do %-*........... *68caaMfceiT [ D "u....rfr. t >.."*.-wr.r. **<...jj described land, situate and lining i. Macdonald, General Passenger Agent JfJIlJd iMS prrpsnd from pre.errpe3a of a.Shy.shaaa
I\h\ :-'nab; investigation that ibis coon- *otTasbt''SC-1b........... isa tt.-lc..JIedt) 1.....T.. .1.LL _-,..N.. the Count at Putnam and State of Florida, of of U-fty years' succesrf rrpentoom.MEDIGIDES
tk, 4)llre.t 110I I ..S J>WW&.s. to-wit: An aadhlded.tbird interest ia and I Macon, has therefore offered a prize
the
tI.lved benefit at all from ,. W :-w. &
U-y: : oo '! Hereford's FrepaiattM:..::.. to the s V.f H'.. the w.,.of e%, Utc&. ,01 wl,;, urn dollars in gold for the most appto-
| meet ,-ji them und from the others so I AlMffo* ...................... 15 tel8i the sw% of DW''4, and w'4 of sw>4 of faction I in mind that the OJHIGH GORE
bearing
i t b Walaau...................... 14Br Notice of for Final 1, the s S of nef the .et4 of priate name,
..... 'bat the whole business was easdl,1arge .... .. .. 7 Application s ,'.. the wS of M-1,*. and r1, of sw>;4. of Section I train passes the famous Suwanee river Ko.mhrld'> Perfect Catarrh C-r-:
.i Filberts ... : .::::::: ::: : :.: S1XM Discharge. S, the sV>4 of eCtp and s", of sw'4 of Sec by davhght. All that is necessary is to will povuvely cure any caw of <.tanra. Iran'
\U, wn overboard Unless I miss toy ... .: .._ . 12HJ&M1ita. tion 5,the e1., and the n*,4 of nw% of Section f I.OO per bottle. IDCIUdIIICaIaaIIIIc Wbe.Botnurtous .
followed ,, "" .. ..."..". 12 ..the aettofllf'l.and. of ter' of section 9. I' send this clipping, giving name and UDlhelel'. {"aplll.'n.. A V.,.., III-.
:guiatse: : bcartn.s wul btJ I. CatHsrnU Raisins'.................."fL40t.LJOEvaporated'AppWs" VrOTICB IS HEREBY!&*,GIVEN I will apply THAT to the OS tile e S of nw4, the sw>\elf nwf' sod n% of date of paper, together with the name Hair Beatorer. Price, $1.00 peritnmheld'e
by .be same roee-ootered newspaperfa. Settaaas ...... .. 10 FEBRUARY ITth sw>4 of Section 11, the es. the eS of wV and IwKte.
Fatsey ........... 9do Honorable Octnty Jade* of Putnam County, w<4 of nw'j of Section 13 the se>4 of oe'(. the and address of one or more personswho .
-? st-'ries' about reciprosUy which do Apriosts........... It Florida for a Seal dlecharge of Baal my[ erecutnr-' of ne l.the* %of swW and sw of swot Section expect to visit Florida this season, Triumph Bheomatl.LIulnsent. Jfhrwnst ia_
.. ... ...... 4to5% ship and on that UM wiU m returns U;all of Section K, the e", of Section f9.all of G. A. MACDONALD, Sure rM irma
was ( such Executrix a* provided to tO cenU Boob
were so plentiful when Mr. Blaine : my account* a* Settles 21 all of Frsetional Sections 23 and 27 I I-noe. per
UM scheme. Grata )Fertiliser Ete *J UW STEWART' aB ef Section 29 and 31. the n1, of nw,., the G. P. A..G. S. & F. Ry Bormheld's Odalln'>, < w orkin. on MATILPA A
swi4 of aw>' and nw4.. of ', of Section Macon, Ga. turn ao equal for bftanufrtoj be oonplexioo.prtoe. $
Senators Morgan and Chandler. madea Corrected Weekly by Vertrees& eo..old J-T. Executrix of the but WU aad Testament ofSarah 33, and the Frsctioaal se1 l.of *, of -O eenU per Bottb.
B.: Wall, deceased
& K W. Depot.
I cutrlz. Section 35: all of said lands in Township f. Ranifcel4' Compound Balsam oKackbory <<
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very good,inuUUon of a monkey out I Subject to market ehan_ s.Con. E.. August E. HA8KELU 16th ISA.Attorney _al4mLING South of Ra-g 2S last beloncingrto Sallie Ix THR MATTES OF TIlE ESTATE OF Cordial A were cheek sad cure foe
of Senator Hoar during the somewhat Mixed per sack U' lba.. .. .t eo to 9S Fooka, minor daughter and dense of Benjamin I>_trrboea. 1'rtce.10 cents per Bottte.
I Oats,'White per sack 125 Ibs....... IJitolJS F.roofs,deceased. WILLIAM H. SPKCK, DECEASED. St. Clone Eye Staler,foraoceeyes.
etd debate which followed Senator Ground d. persack 10 Ibs.. '.. UlitoLSOFeed JOHN BU WILSON, Prtos 2. cents per Bottle.IPs .
Meal p.r sack 100Ibs......... Mto W WAH. Guardian PER3O5S HOLDING aUKS against
IIaIe' rrther remarkable proceeding ofurving I Pure Wheat Feed,per sack 100 Ibs.. L3 to .... J:.E IIASKELL,Attorney for Petitioner.; ALL estate of WIIXIAM M. fcrccK deceased, ratrsBtoe sn the shoe rvnedlM to be sfas..
raid a statement the Hay. o.l TImothy.per toe..21.00 to8-M fe21-t4 are here y notified to present the same to me. lately free bolD say Injurious IDUent_
made by I Wheat Bran.ps sack ITS Ibs. l Oto.... as Jdntlnbtratrlx. wittls U-i tune prescribed I
panish Minister which accused three ''i tin is aad MeaU per bbl.... SJOtoSJORostrroof : by law and all persons indebted to said estate j. & CO.
Oats,per bosh.._ .._.. 60 to .... nrst.GI G Chi IIISIJ Laiiif l Y PINE TAR .SYRUP are required by this Botiee.to make Immediate I ROEMHELD II'
tension by name with having made Bees Patent Mow, per bbL......... 4JOto.... of the same to my sjcent.CMA.US J. I
Cocoa Seed Meal, Bright,per sack UStollSCotton Qaickly cares Coughs and Colds lam,al his office in raatka,Florida. CHEniSTS. CHICAQO.
.intme statements during the argume.t Seed Meal.Dar,per McIt... 85 to.... FRONT ST.,FAI-VTKA, FLA. MART. JOSETHHiE SPECK.Administratrix.
the Cuban resolution. Senator Uoar 1\10."11.a.a1Nd Meal w.....,..,._.. ...._ Fwtk's. drez store, corner Second and I'
.n Port' Oment,per bbl...... _...... S.73to n. Ftftt-clMs work guaranteed. BMW. P CAurorv,Attorney. jaK-Sw
,ut In his oar by offering a (resolution KoseBdi-'Oei-t-t.pstbbL, ..*.-.. Lao to to w.. air..... January ITta, l* fer is b1 >II l r1 PIN 111'

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THE TIMES-HERALD Is there any good reason why Fa- DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY MARRIED. '

latka, and every other business centrein The social element of our city was

PUBLISH .FRIDA'VS. Florida, should not have a cannery? ORGANIZED IN THIS CITY TnuRsbAY treated to a genuine surprise .by the Finninger'sG

There is more silver for a good business AFTEKNOO3T BY MRS. B. A. DEAL. .anouncement the marriage of M'.

THE TIMES-HERALD CO. Publishers man in a cannery than in free and There was a call through the newspapers BenjaminRodda, of Paialka, to Mr*, ,

unlimited coinage at any ratio to 1,and of this city to_those interestedin M. E. II Brown of Orlando, which occurred -

to Dunn' Building. Front Street, it need not take an z ray to see it. the Daujjhteis; of the Confederacy to Wednesday! the 18th.
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next to Port Office. meet at the residence of Mrs. E. M. Mr. Rodda Is tine of our popuUrbusinei -

Senator T. A. Darby, of East Pa- Hanghton, for the purpose of organiz. young men, and few if auy of hip ,

laika, w&lIQ he city this week. The ing. Pursuant to this call which wa acquaintance. were aware that ne contemplated CLOTHING HOUSE
PALATKA FLA., MATCH o. 1896. Senator who has traveled the
through Issued by Mrs. B. A. Deals one of the the occurrence of to baopy !
North for several months recently, has I
staunches of Southern women,a much an fvent. lli- numerous! friends tender

BURKRITIO'A.TE-otle" Year, $1.00. Six come to the conclusion that the Chicago target number met than was expected: their congratulation :ff

: CADr Three MonUif, = Cent Democratic Convention will name the The meeting was called to order by
dub crlptbna .
tDjdnaoe. next President. Mrs. B. A. Deal, who was wade chair-
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
man pro *tem. with Mrs. T. C. Butler I The LATEST
THE SAME OLD STORT. Mr Cooper, in the House,has shown secretary pro tern. The Palaija branchof COMPANY OF NEW YORK and.MOST FASHIONABLE

"reformers" in Florida arc an aptitude at comprehending the Daughters of the Confederacy was RICHARD A. McCURDY PRESIDENT

The duties of a congressman; great capacityin then formally organized. with the following STATEMENT STYLES ofCLOTHING

making a great ado over the victory In discharging those duties; a geniusin officers: Mrs: B..A. Deal, Tor the yea ending December 31 1195

Pensacola, which Is to "sweep the grasping tbe higher 'principles of president; Mrs. Anderson, .vlce-presi AiMU fI21tIJ,7Il U I

State." Well, that's all rigbt, probably; governmental affairs; and Usability to dent; Mrs J. N. Walton, treasurer; LUbllltlei 1IM47U7 55I

and they will use to do the sweeping advocate those principles in competition Mrs. T. C. Butler, sec' tan-. Surplus $11.,111 7i I

some of the same allies used in another with the ablest and best men in Those present were of course all T.wl.eo.. tUIUUO tt
Congress. It is a man such as he whois Southern ladies who are much
munlcinality, who were so conspicuousIn very in. I
Tallahassee recently in sweeping out needed by Florida in the Senate.A rested In the cause which the daughters tout Paid.Follcj-hoUtrt. U18M $11,11',718 U

of the Republican St te Convention all of the Confederacy. espouse. Every Iiunir. sad ... & Its
shoot which Is break
likely to off
opposed to the bosses. By their works Southern lady in Palatka is urged to (err------ $'",OHClSS
after a while is not the one in which to Set gala 1m 1395 .1,047,144 6 In the BEST and MOST HANDSOME
ehall we know them, and the citizensof become a member and work for the objects -
put a bud. Shoots coming from below -
or
Florida will learn to distrust the which deserve and should command Nor -Immuic. Merely vrritttn !. the circle marking tbe division from thk Statement u wholly minding and
"reform," which Is sought to be accomplished her enthusiastic interest. All are enlr Insurance actually iwucil ud paid lam towl
between the live and dead wood are is jp<:lmte4. PATTERNS are included in the
by the aid of politicians of eligible for membership(\ were born Large
really the ontv safe ones to
depend
notorious character and reputation. orTaised in the South'pr whose 'relatives I km carefully ciuninrd tit. forrjolnj Slat.
upon. It can be safely be taken for went end fad th.urn.t.b.cornet
"You're another" is a familiar styleof were in the Confederate Army CMABLH A. Pniu.il Auditor
granted that most trees were killed Stock just received. In the line oGents'
and only the unsophisticated The chief of this
argument, objects organization From the Surplus a dividend will be apportion
down to the collar. All shoots coming
will be surprised to learn that I are the dissemination of Confederate as usual ________
from a live strip extending above ,the .
the charge: of forming alliances with literature. the use of correct history in Report of the Examining Committee

Republican is made, but to cover up dead Hue are liable to "let go" sooner the schools of the country, and the Offic of Tk Mutual Ii!.Insurance Companyof
or later. Borers, probably, will its New York FurnishingsMany
the same offence on the part of the"reform" life. sap perpetuation of the memory of the February it, 1896

element. "Reform" in this Confederate heroes, by literature and
At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of this

instance simply means the process of The Ocala Banner, paraphrasing tbe the erection of monuments throughoutthe Company,held oa the ijti day of December last, Beautiful and

making vacancies in office for "us" and celebrated utterance of Henry Clay South. the ondenifned were appointed a Committee to Attractive Nov-
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examine the .aaI statement for the year ending
"our" side. says that Secretary Carlisle had "ratherdo The Daughters bf the Confederacyhas December 31 1895. and to verify the 'same by

TIMES-HERALD cares but little wrong than be president." And a very encouraging organization comparison .with the assets of the Com,..,.. elties are now offered at Low

for all this hypocritical byplay the. this because the Secretary decided that here and has he promise of a much The Committee bare carefully perforate the very
duty assigned to them, and hereby certify that
part of spoils hunters in Jacksonville. the defaulted bonds should of right go larger membership than at present. the statement U In sH particulars correct and that

It is of importance only so far as it is to the Morgan syndicate. Of course, Let every Southern lady rem tJ1bei- the assets specified. therein are la poticiiioa of the Prices.

to thrust the factionistic quarrelintZ'the i any man, be he secretary or a memberof that this cause'she owes allegiance and Company.
I* making this,certificate the Committee bear
politics or the State, and by a syndicate, must, per se, do wrongif if she has not done so already' do not testimony to the UgH character of investments

Riving it a fictitious prominence, wage he has anything to do with gold, according fail to become a member at the next of the Company and express their approval of the

by means of it war upon the authorized to the moral code of the sil I meeting, which takes place the first system order, and accuracy: with which the accounts C. A. PIUNINGER.HUEen'
and voucher tare been kept, and the
representatives of the party. The verite And also, of course, anything Thursday in April at the residence of business la general transacted.b .

sophistries and insincerities of the a "goldbug" does is wrong, while anything Mrs. E.M.'Haughton, ,at 4 o'clock f. m. nss,) K C. von POST Koscirr OLTPMAUTCMAS.
demagogue are used to the utmost to a silverite does is right. < .' .... R. HtnoeKsoa! W*. P. Duo .t rtter
J-:t C.HOU N J.H. HIMIICKCOHWTTtl
blind the voter to the true interest and SWEET CORN CULTURE.FEVITLA.YD' L

meaning of the "rule or ruin"policy of The Gainesville Democrat very wisely '"' ." e *:+. : '
ROBERT A. ORANNISS VacIPtrIlOlIfT.W.u.TtI..R. :
the"reformers," and their disorganizing soliloquizes that the time has passed PINSULA1t 'MUTUAL .

tactics produce the very feeling of when the office seeks the man. To IIELPERS Discuss VARIOUS CTLLBTTB General Manager Florida Contrq llllslll err Railroad
ISAAC F. LlOYD sd Vico-Presuient
dissatisfaction which they point to as the contrary, there are a score of ,as- MATTERS. *" FiEDcaiC CKOMWBU. Treasurer .

proof of the truth of their charges. It piranta to every position. Under these ( EuocrMcCujrrooc ActuM
Last afternoon the Fruit-
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Is a deep laid scheme to obtain controlof existing: circumstances the Democrats Short Line Bet and all Northern
land Pesmsular HorticulturaL-and 'Mutual GEO. E. Jonusox, General Agent,
the party for selfish ends, and it cannot be too particular in selectingtheir ,
Help Association met at Huntington -
Democrat's to candidates especially In Putnam Jacksonville Fla. L-
should cause a (Icheek ,
and talked about
:Pari6i ;,matters
redden with shame if there were any county,Inasmuch as the opposing party EVERETT, SAVANNAH; AU6PHILADELPHIA COLUMBIA WASHINGTON
of interest. Probably,,.thponfl of? as Taken In Timelood's BALTIWORE-
chance of its success. Bat the Democrats will select good men. There is plentyof
great benefit as any other was Ihe,talk, Sarrsaparilla has achieved great
of the State have repudiated the material in the boundary line of old BOSTON AND THE EAST.
by request,which Mr.A*Ji SrMt gave success in warding off sickness which, .
"ret' rmers" before, and persistence In Putnam who are trne Democrats, and Krerett,Macon.Atlanta Cbanan >h,UleLouiSTJvCD
his fellow-cultivators on Jlwte(, orn. if allowed to progress, would have undermined JCrerctt,Birmingham, Uollj Sp Thto.LttlflKocJtK-iMa.cuV3 iTSSi
the,disgraceful tactics will not b"e any to the party we would suggest careful Mr1. Smith has been about as successful tbe whole system and given Sioux City.Klver duotgo.

additional recommendation. consideration. Let the axe fall whereit tn his methods of cultivation as,, ;anv--, dIsease a strong foothold to cause Junction.Pensacola, Mobil Orleans,Texu >Ittlco,Calif oral* and Pfcdflc Cewt.

belongs but let us uphold and sup- body in Florida counting reuls as the EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 396.FTORIOA .
lion. James E. Alexander has writ sincere and honest men. standard; so what he ti vs has ...ntue.He much Buffering and even threaten
port planted his rolait death. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done a u NEW YORK LIMITED No. 32. Ltavt
sweet c Yf'arIn e"
ten a letter "to the people of the Sec. moist gtonnd, ,and -' it all this and even more. It has been .TL.etA St. Augustine 9:50 A. M. Leave Jacksonville -
ond Congressional District of Florida' should be planted quite thickly-so as to taken in thousands of cases which were ti '8*- 11-00 A. M.

announcing himself a candidate: for make partial thade for ; lie advised bought to be incurable, and after a 0 i..:. Daily with Cftmpartme" Dining and OIrTatlon -
BankPresident itself fair trial has effected wonderful cures, was et.. fie. s, ; flea, Through Sleeper,and Da1 Coaches
in 'and tM
Congress. planting rows one- 8.aT&ftnal&. Columbia, Wasmngtoa BaIUa .
ha f feet apart and one foot apart in the mbging health, strength and, ioy toM r mere. PhiladelphiaNew York Uwton. and all

At the rate the ,presidential campaign row, cultivated\ one way. Ha presented afflicted. Another important point acv"aaA.t Cunoecu 11I"JMtIftu.for .rerdandlaa.Keaeho Near Brunswick York XB3 p.m.
and
of about about Hood's Sarsaparilla Is that "t'11 Dan r\. Return .
the depredations the boUjworm by tralaNo.at with
same
is advancing, those great metro- Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio, putting a pinch of !sulphur: on each ear its\cures are permanent, because they t ,. reaches JacksonriiN i.. p. m.21'Aarw'oqup.at .
politan editors who were in favor of a is highly respected all through that just as'the ear was forming.' tart from the solid foundation of t tr lr s a Une 7.45 p.m.

two months' campaign will have to stir section. lie has lived In Clinton Co. Mr. Smith.has been very successful purified, vitalized and enriched blood. ? d' i o NEW' YORK FAST MAIL No. 86. Leave

themselves or they will be too late. 75 years, and has been president of m raising field corn, largely-due, he Dui{ it is not what we say but whathood's p ,4' "F- Jacksonville 6:50 p. m.

the Sabina Bank 20 years. He gladly thins to fiat culture and -auaost. ,, con-' Sarsaparilla does that tells the t ., Ali.tt for Dally(connection fears StAojpisUo*5JO p. m.

The country has filled up preuy well testifies to the merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla slant cn1t1v; tioO. His corn will stand tory, 0 ta o w via same Through point rUe North|w..JaekaoarUta and tor r.nu tn
and what he says Is worthy tbe test commonly UStd lathe'west,.as also carrying tbe A.hvltle, 1ncinuati Tbrotuch
during the past thirty years or more Baia 0 81..e.r tn lorombU. Jtotora. No. 33:, arrifea
attention. All brain worker find follows Take of and
: a piece i aper ,, JacksonrilU 1 43.. .
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and we probably have received the bulk Hood's JSarsaparilla peculiarly adaptedto wrap It around"the, ear, closing list o e' ", a tp, NEW YORK MAIL AND EXPRESS No- 38

of the really desirable immigrant Ii their needs. It makes pure, rich, the tip end of the! car, drawia?,the ear d leave Jacksonville 8-I5 a. m*

is about lime that our immigration and red blood, and from this come nerve, out. The corn, shelled .fronp the cob, Yeero t a Daily(connection tear*.St.AnfrnstlneT.00.. m)
naturalization laws were regulated so mental, bodily and digestive strength."I should JUt the paper i : bag thus;. formed.To : 'I tor*au> Northern point, feraanuina. Bran
MRS M1DIOCNRRSk'INISHINt a.
come up to this standard the cob wick and Darien.o .
am glad to that Hood's Bareaps-
as to discriminate more strictly between say
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should be small, the kernels Jong and NEW SLEEPER LINE
different classes of those who desire to rllla is a very rood medicine, especially the ear well filled out at thh ends. d BBTWXCTC.ncinnatl
as a blood purifier.: It has done me rood
become citizens of the republic. It is Mr. Smith keeps the weevils out of jXapeftlt. E L and Jacksonville/ Ashvill
many times. For several years I suffered ; his corn by sprinkling a little baking 1 x. a Grand Mountain Route.
safe that the CENTRAL
to say majority of those
greatly with pains ofNeuralgia j :
soda over the coin in the bin. V s I .JaekllOClrille tM 'm.
No. 38,
} BRAIDS. Sad p. by daily)
who now seek our, shores benefit the c\ aM 3 Amvejack onrill tiS.a. m.andCoanscliont. .
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tantry they leave more by leaving Something Ne r.JToa. DRESS LININGS ONLY UTE TRKOUUII THE B.mm MILL

than they do this country by comma B. P. Calhoun brought into our m rat }v-wa COCSTWT MIDDLE rLOaiDA.rcSSAOOLA:: ASD
WHALEBONES and rEOI.A
CASINGS.
alas,, jorw XKAXBIA BAT. Lea Jackatmrtlto I.U.. m
hero i, office this week sevaral sections of the.
in one eye and about my temples, especially By No. a daily,for Lab City, Uv Oak, Mad
BEST CORSETS R. & Go's.
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> sweet potato vine of last year's growth. ) an,. Mrtit1f-llo Tallaha** RIft Jonnlon
at night when I had been having
"So th God hailed '
nay every- a hard day of physical and mental labor. The preservation of these vines was tbe COATS' cor TON, 4 cents. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.I"eDNCOIalobUe.
Tere as a master before New Orleans
must pause Leave JacksonvPe 7.00 ,
I took remedies,but found help only result of an experiment of Mr.Calhoun o- m.
many
SPOOL SILK, LADIES' WAISTS and the Southwest )(ulcu. California and the
the dUde of brains. Here is ,
something la Hood's Sanaparllla which cured me of which, if generally observed by our Via Macon,Atlanta.Chattanooga Pacific coast. Carries Meeper. Arrives Jack-

that eludes detection-that cannot rheumatism, neuralgia and headachy farmers and truck growers, must prove CHILD'S CAPS BEST HOSIERY. cages Connects and all for point Nashville' North .and L001s1'l WMt.e.Arrive Chi. KartUeUOa.ni.Jacksonville
+ even be penetrated by the Boetgen Hood's Sarsaparilla baa proved itself a true JkcksonTlll 8JO ajn. Leave 9.45 a. m.
of great advantage The trouble here. HONEST SHOES at Lowest Price. For Starke.. Hawthorne, Sliver Spring, Ocala
rays. Before this subtle and friend. I also take Hood's Pill to keep I C.ainesriUa, Cedar Key WUdwood Leenbonr,
Invincible force all the gold in the worldis my bowels regular, and like the pills tofore among vines our growers has been to CROCHET SILKS. Holly Springs Route-ST. LOUIS, KANSAS Tarares PlantCitvTamp..A popka,Orlando ArrivejackaonvtlleWp.an., La ooche .l,>adeCity
** procure for early planting. The
very much. ISAAC Lnns,Sabina,Ohio. CITY CHICAGO. _
powerU te oioirol Brainsare I old hot-bed method which prevails in : CROCHET COTTON, white and coloretL .
the heritage of all toe. people. This '. I.BATB JACKKOXTILLK TAO p. m. via Macon Atlanta Birmingham. Holly 8pnnjr
the mere Northern Stales! has never fur alert''Bprtngfleld.. Kanaaa late, St. Ixrau. Chicago, pious City. Only. eon change towaiCiiy
truth is M ha- give hope aDd inspiration Hood'sSarsaparilla Florida i and Chicago; no change to ->u Louis. No. 33 return arrive Jacksonville L30.. m
proven a success in and the
1, to the 'uuderiiog."' The kale discovery of a method of preserving the faroj.Goodn, Ladies' Wrappers. 6.40 p m.-Local for Tallahassee and intermediate point. Arrive JarkaucrtlV p.m

Banner must be in a pessimistic tn,rod MILLINERY. Fir t-CIas3 Goods 8-35 p.m-for Tampa and Intermediate point. roilntan Sleeper Ant Jacksonville
vine through the winter for early plantin II 30..III. e

when it confvs to be the "underd ; is something that our people will I sold ONLY. For MACOX and ATLANTA TWO TKAEM ;'>A LY. Leave Jack'"l le 513....and TOO p..
: ," Take he'rt of grace, Br. Ilarm. Steamer"MANATIE"Iron Tampa for J I entown and Manatee DiYd roiuts.

and give full play to that -hope Mud I1 the One True Blood Purifier.All druggists.$1. appreciate.Mr. Calhoun claims to have ducov Laditw' Knit Underwear. Pullman Sleeper all Night Trains

In*}>iratioDM which gold cannot. control Prepared only by C.L Hood ft Oo.Lowell.Mass. I ered this ecreU Early last fall he cuta lVyie Linen Uaderwear.Parol Parlor. Cars on Day Trains between Jacksonville! and Tampa.

are prompt efflcVnt and
u trod'c Pt11S.aavlneR-rt. : cents. small quantity of vines in sections, as : anJ Umbrellas. Send for Best Indexed 'wn hlp Map of Florida toN

the farmer would do forplantmz. Thesehe ,. 8. FKMIJ GTOX. Traffic 3Ia'nacr. _.
Italy to suit the scheme of the "man- placed under the edge of a building A. O. HACDO ELL O.a. P AIR

of blood and iro!t,"-Las been playing and covered them with sand. The result \A o is Bemis?
SALE.
FOR
the rose of a great ponrer.! This b proved entirely satisfactory, ..

tickled the vanilv ?f tbe sting and 01> tthowu by the Miu,,!e orouzhl to our Yacht Sails
I ,.ffic.. The .-f-ecuous bad thrown' "art J. T. & K. W. Trains I and RiggingWe
some of the ta'.I\'U of Italy, while. One of the most desirable "rmitlet," and the entire section _

the people have paid 'the cot Bis. i seemed to be full of life. Mr. Calhoun

marck'a scheme WAS to make Germany Places in Put- stated that he intended to. *tt them out GOING SOOTH.T \ Yacht Sails and

the predominant power at Europe, and in a tew dace, and expects IQ have Halt ,am 23 wnres Palatka 10:03 a. m.; Rigging-and guarantee our sails to fit perfectly.

by the help of AuMiM and Ilai. )- nam County. Conve- grown potatoes In June leaves 10:10 a. m. daily. 1 .I Send tis dimension of your boat and we will submit

which countries, with German form nient to Railroad and NOTICE OF APPLICATION. Train 21 arrives Palatka 10:33 p. m.; sail plans and estimate on her complete outfit
leaves 10.45
the r.'lobnu.Hl "'Dicibund"Ibe scheme p. m. daily. ,
After the publication ol this notice Train 9 leaves Palatka 5:15
has been >ucce* ful. Bat to Uiport| River.Elegant'. a. m.,
ten day, I will apply to the Board of
the stand+og army obligatory upon her Pardons of the State cl Florida for a Monday, Wednesday and Fndar.GOnfO Flags and Teats

by the terms of the band, Italy has impoverished Residence, pardon for the crime of murder. for NORTH. ,

herself and :gained nothing with modern improve- which I am now confined in tbe Stale's Train 32 arrives -Palatka 5:30 a. m.; ... tt Nets
pri on. HORACE LEE. '"
in exchaage.: II' r siluatwe now,after .- Palatka, Fla.. March 11, 189C. laves 4:55 a. m. -'.* ,, t111It 1niMvwt aid

her defeat by tbe deaeeodaats of the ments. Train 78 arrives Palatka 4:00 p. m.;

Queen of Sheba, i pitiful indeed. The For full particulars PINE TAR SYRUP leaves 4.05 p. m. .. -- /\arine Goods.

Ibirst for military glory slaked in the Train 208 arrives 2:33 a. m., Tues '_ -.: '

bitter waters of defeat and bankruptcy. address J. R., care this Quickly cans Coughs and Colds; day, Thursday and Satardav. 5> -S=r :;.>.rr- Send & (stamps) fix new ttostrated G talogu.GEO. *

Peek's drug store corner Second and terrains 21 and 32 any Pullman
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&office. / B. CftRPEzcrER 1Nr co.
Dr. PriceJ Cream Baking Powder .' :.:, : Lemon streets Sleepers ,
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PAL.VTK has conclusively that i the ladies of Palatka and Putnam county -
proven
better grapes and peaches, I that we have secured the exclusive I CONTEMPLATING A CHANGE IN MY BUSINESS 1 t

.t.\ J.t..r. > and more of them, are produced agency for the celebrated STANDARDPATTERN'S. which will require more room, I have concluded to reduce : .

.. .t,......nLi .',. when Potash is liberally applied After a ca-eful. investigation we believe who It's our will children control t my entire stock of Crockery and Housefurnishing i it i

iii ..: .to,_-.., To insure a full crop of these ratterns to be the mos. up- the world after t Goods, and to do this I offer the followingINDUCEMENTS t '

THE: Til,J choicest quality use a fertilizer to-date, stylish aud best-fittiDg Patternson we are goneprobably -

I'vs To containing not less than 1O% the market. They allow for seams, you i FOR THIRTY DAYS ;f r t

__ have a nervous,
M
h. ." but-are much more economical of material .

City: Dem.Ward Actual Potash. than other Patterns. child weak that or needs pony Oak Chanter Suites Chairs ';

A trial will convince any lady of the building: bp; if worth |75 00. . .. for $:,5 00 reception and parlor

Orchards and vineyards treat- superiority of the STANDARD PATTERNS. so, give it worth 60 00. . .. .for 4300>> worth 3 50 . . ..for 2 50 t.,
iIlea t BROWN'SBITTERS worth 40 00. . -f.)r 30 00 275. . .. .. .forZOO .
ed with Potash are compara- I bow worth 30 00. .... for 2450 hgh! b'k dinner w'th2 50 for 2 00 9,

J tively free from insects and Patterns at popular prices. No i: worth 2500. ....for 2060 100 for 1 W (*

},ot plant disease. I Standard Pattern costs more than 25c., which is also' worth 22 00. ... ... .for 19 00 .1.. It It 1 75 for 1 JS .

1- .., Our art Bat advertising circular IMMMB I while some are S eats Complete] good for you or worth 20 00. ... ...for 1800 II It 1 60 for 1 (X> .t
pampUrft
.. .. ....for 16 00 chamber chairs II 1 50 for 1 CO
Ward !- bf I iMcuJicitlucn>but an pr.ctical.art.eo.t.iaInv ( Stock always on baud. New Patterns any member of worth 18 00.
... latest rcMwche cm tb*subject of(fcnihutto.aid f the family who worth 17 00... .. ..for 15 (X> */ :5 .
.. .
Ward.3- *reafljr ixlpful to fanMn. Thflr cal free for monthly. Co "
P.a.tisr. feels unwelL & for b5IGOf
Ward l 4 -. CERUAX KALI WOR U. I Fashion Sheets mailed on application. W. W. Springs, all sizes It word seat 6Cfr Ml .'
1 W rdr.-. ... It 01 Nuw a Sw.yew York.QM worth $3 50 .. . .for $2 75 It II .. .t 50 for 35 ,

... Ward'G- i -.' ., ,- The "STANDARD" DELINEATOR worth 3 00. .... .... fo! 225 Camp Sterols worth 60 for 25! .
'hat's Hard Swallow. ---
o Brackets. :Easels, 1 Pictures Cw
vVard 7t : with elegant Colored Plates, 10 Japanned Springs, all iron --'-- L'j
-----
rather
fgnKTH are becoming scarce
cents. per copy; 81.00 per year. worth $3 50 . . ..for $2 85 WindowShadesTdld Reliable] ;,.
in Flori4j, nay the Washington Star
' WISE AND '. 'l'd fiWISE.! bet a few men still male a good living (Agents for "CRESCENT," 'Sr- Mattresses Regular Size, worth |l.OO for 85o
hunting them then huM meeting with BACUSE," "CLEVELAND" and "Liu- A "Catastrophe.'' COTTOX 75, for GOo
HCSK AND
Paragraphs Ftrttlt. : .... Pol.t.Odle '<*tJv si'e Our of the largest con- EBTT" BICYCLES. Tom it a Maltese. He is a big, s'eek, worth, $6 00. .. . for $3; 00 60, for tOe_ i

t; cVrhfla'Jacksonville, t-n ajei1 in deal I G Also, New Slock of IIamm Ci.} handsome fellow, with a dovecoloredcoat worth 4 25.... .... ..for 3 25 Carpets-All-Wool Ingrain. f

Who is Bern: ,.? m: .o A'lig.Lor!. bides, has a customer Croquet, Base Ball and Tennis Goods of.soft, glossy' fur, and his muter, worth $3 STRAW 25. AND. ..COTTO5. for $2 50 4-4, worth 73<*<,, for .... .....btutt a

Isht'uJFs! r o )ks named Torn Tucker, who on the waVe Charlie Herrera, thinks a great deal of STRAW-full size Sic, for .... .... 50

T. V. llitit n.N Iltgb".! bnn.sn more hides thin any other COCIIRANE'S BOOK STORE, his pet. worth $2 60 . . ..for $1 75 Ingrain Mixed.. worth 60, for 45 ,
was In town TuwH-1 a' "
50 for 37
.three tutu in the State. It was known Lemon St. first door went of Front St., In consequence of his beauty, Ton. STRAW-half size }
Dr. Benj. EIt", ., i. ,.1 1 a flying tint! 'he Marian came from Dunn's PALATEAFLA. stands In" with all the folks on the worth $1 75. . .. ..for $1 25 40, for 3i I

trip to Georgia lh<" : j .... MOSS 000 worth $6 00. ... for 5 00 BRUSSELS CARPETS '
\ creek tributary the St.Johns river; ------ block. Everybody knows him, and has .. .
J. E. Cotvtn'ao<1 -. n \ !itn.of aVe-. but hpjoml \ib's fact nothing could berained i Is Pleased with Palatka. a pleasant word and kindly stroke for 00 worth 5 00..for 4 00 25 Worth $125, for...... .. .95 J
; 0 worth 4 00.for 3 II 100 for... .... ..Kl
view, near Franw- in town ( concrrufag his method of can- Palatka Is surely fortunate in securing the, noble fellow, who pans in grateful size Mattress made to order ,
any 75, for... .... ....62J
Monday. tans; these reptiles i! until a few days Dr. W. A. Bemis, for not only Is hea recognition of this admiration. 14 65, for... .... ....55Matting i
A. S.WiUard w_ .h win.M-r of the ago, when a hu>er for the firm visited first-class eye specialist, but a clever, Not only is Tom admired for his Bedsteads, any size
fine bictelr ., ''brands ;last Dunn's creek affable but from $1 50 . ... ....to $5; 00 -
Syracuse : :, and espied Tucker lying gentleman as well, and a citizen beauty, he is likewise possessed ofa

Saturday night.J. 'tul! !length on a log,one end of which which any community might feel proud degree of intelligence seldom found Tables, Oak Parlor At at any price to get rid of It. 1

A.:Newrotlu,0' IVu'uirnce. R. I.. was in the creek Turker had a leg to 0'\0. iu this family. He can walk alone on large worth $7 00....for $5 50 b

was at the Graham Tue WlY. Mr. Newman thrown into the water, and just. as the We are also glad to note the Doctor's his hind feet, and often sits upright on .. 600. .for 460 RngS-Smyrnas j'

owns property in RHUI Palatka. foyer approached; he saw the alligator successful business career. Coming to a small stool, to ,the delight of those I' II 45O..for 350 Large" worth II $6 00 for. .....$.15 ;
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5 00 for. 375
C. U. Eaton, of Calais, Maine, at one hunter begin to scramble up the bank, Palatka six weeks ago a total stranger, who witness the performance. lie performs medium.1 II 250.3.5O..for... for 275 175 Medium 4 60 for. .... 350

time a resident Palaik" was registered while a huge saunan beat. the muddy he at once opened an office,and, appreciating many tricks, Including jumping .. .11 2 00. . .for 160 II II 400 for. .... 300)

atlhe Graham 'r9i 1 i\'. water into foam. As the man reachedthe the value of publicity to even and walking the rope, but the latest Is Oak stands 175.. .. ..for 125 II 41 325 for..... 260

The schooner S Hopkins bas btfn bank the alligator came also,h avin the optical business,commenced to ad one deserving of special mention. Im. Walnut 2 25..tor 1 75 I' II 2 75 for. .... 200)

of swallowed a portion of the leg: that had vertise with the result that already his Tom boards at Kupperbusch's restaurant I' u 160... for 100 Small 1 00 for..... 75
taking on a cargo shingles at II II .... 45
dock of N. J. Tilgbman & Sons; ,bung over the log into the water. business is self sustaining. and at. every, meal time he may be stands 125,... ..for 75 75 for.

delivered in W hiDglon. D C Tucker drew a long, sharp knife, aud Dr. Bemis has a unique manner of seen l leisurely i ] strolling out of the Little Iron Bedsteads, BasketsAll

It becomes the pleisanl duty o oon killed the creature, then he on- advertising, as. has 'already been no Putnam into the restaurant adjoining. enamelled, bras trimmed Styles, from lOc up. e

crewed the leg and took it off to re ticed by our readers, and a style that it' Mr; Herrera's saloon and the restaurant worth $10 00. .. .... ....for $7 50
TtMES-HKRALD to than
again nove the Valor. lie has a wooden leg, would profit some of Palalka.s older i are: connected by a box window I' 850.. .... ....for 600 Crockery-Dinner Sets.

Domineck'for a bottle of his and through U are driven sharp steel business men to follow. For instance: I which, at the tap of a little gong appropriated 700 . .... .for 500 China, worth $35 00 for. ..$26 50

wiDe.whith he presented on S ...1 4, lie leaves the leg in the water "Who is Bemis?" Now, this line in for the purpose, is opened, any style and size, price in proportion II 22 00 for.. 1750
Mr. Domfneck' aDd .he wants of the customers are "
day. pro supplied 20 00 for. 1600)
>.is swallowed by an. alligator. As itself doeso't.apparently amount to anything from either side. Rockers ,rattan stained
seas a richness of flavor rand English 20 00 tor. .. 15 50
Mile closes his the steel ims but supported the fact thatit Last Tom unfortunate ..
exctlled.gUPRIGUr jaws by Sunday was so any color 16 60 tor. .. 1260
never him. makes inquiries produces the desired as Ic'be locked In the saloon, and as large foil size worth $8 50 for 7 00 .. 15 00 for. 1115
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PI AN_ [tilled Prjj,Plus stoo IIeaGacLe, effect. Bemis becomes known as the: th* noon of hour bad approached the .. u tt 7 50 for 6 00 The above ,contain from 102 to 13*'
question going to dinner to Tom be- II "
Will be sold for one third 600for450medium pieces. .
one. Presently
very an
it Is of no use to owner. May be Latest Colors and Is financially! satisfactory-and. ,It. ides prompted him. He jumped into gents, 7 50 for 6 00
M I! II
6 60 for 5 00 Library. ,
from three
originated words lamps-Hanging.
-"Who-
Pal the window and
the
Mrs. CASWKLL'S tapping two
at on gong "
7 60 for 6 00
ladles
atterns in Summer Bemis. with bin the ". Worth $12 00, for.$9 50
_. Jimes severely caused
For call paw 'I
on or
Heights. particulars .. The Doctor and his wifewere i 6 00 for 4 60 :
estimable slide to be opened, jumped to his freedom ..1. ;1f. .r.. II 975, tor.......... 725
dress: C. GILLIS, Palatka, Fla. mh [oods arriving everyy attracted to Palatka through the ,and proceeded to the kitchen scrap ,. 5 50 for 4 00 700, for....... 500
THE Tnas-I1ERALD acknowledges story of the pamphlet, "A Panorama:of pile, where be partook of a hearty meal.Ttfe Ii 4 25 for 3 00 500 for.... ...... 325'
at Bond's.Our Palatka and Putnam County." Theyare OAK and MAPLE '
pleasant call on Saturday from ){r. H. ,abqve sounds"fi&ay," but it was New ..
LAMPS-Banquet, StIle.Worth975for..725
well pleased with the Gem City and ad?.actual occurrence. genta worth $6 00. . .for 4 50
N. Yoigt, of the well known and reliable popular and enterprising fellow" her people, and expect to reside here r - 450..for325 ,

drug firm of Voigt & Co., Chat townsman, J. B. Donnelly, has an In- permanently, 'Hpir'rd ENJOY: GOOD HEALTH. II II 300..for22S 750, for .... .... ....550

Tenn. Mr. is .1 i 'I ladies II 300. .. ..for 2 25 Vase China.
tanooga, Voigt takinga cubator at his home in the Hammock.which The If-jou'are suffering with any skin or LAMPS- Parlor

trip'through the State, and e seemed to is in operation and turning out Co. of Seed Detroit Annual of D. M. Ferry& blood] disease, llbuematism, Catarrh, .1 'II" 250... ...for 175 Worth 7 60. for ... .... ....550
Michigan, of 1896, has II 200..forl25Wall II ... ....
be favorably impiessed with what he 'chicks1' by the wholesale. Ulcers. Oid sores, General Debilitv.etc. 500, for .. .375tt :
has reached our table. The' present number 3 50. for .... .... ....2 2S
seen.IL FUn Las no show wear Ut Alter Pate Pins exceeds In point of attractiyeness .;eDd stamp to the Blood Balm Co. Paper 250, for .. .... ....175

Hodges of Satsuma Rights, one and'in the number of its new and valuable ]- Atagta'' Ga., tor book of ,wonderful Per Roll. .... ........ .... ....5o 200, for .. ... ....135
of thecleveri st mill men in Florida.wai curse, free. This book will the 25c and
FOR, SALE. ] additions any of' Its futmer pre ; point Glass Lamps, up, complete.
a guest of the Graham Monday. Besides Toilet Sets Genuine Rochester worth
way to a speedy recovery. Botanic Lamps,
I will decessors. The enterprise of Messrs:!;
sell
being gentleman ef most affable ONE-ACRE cheap forcash my improved Ferry & Co. and the liberality they Blood*'Balm, (B. B,. B.:) is manufactur 3 Pieces worth $2 00 for. .$115 3 60, now 2 75, complete.

qualities,Mr. Hodges Is a ,hustler in all CORNIER LOT, ed after a long tested prescription of aneminent
the word implies. on the Heights. Street cars will pass exhibit. in bringing their business before physician, and is the best On all my fancy China and Glassware, I have cut the
by on two sides., Supplied with city the public is highly commendable. building-up and' blood purifying med-
in half. The articles I have in store too
are numerous
"ItauanotUkeCodLtver Oil( P This waipr 1 pjpes.) tiTer view. The firm have an enviable reputation Icluo'10 the world. Beware of substitute price my

Is a mistake. Try Aromatic Cod Lver Will sell also a thoroughbred CA- among the farmers and gardeners of *. Price 81.00 for large bottle. See. to mention, but the reduction includes every ar-

OH made by R _t. Bond & Co., Bait! the country, and their trade with all ad rettise.nent elsewhere. ticle. This is not an advertising scheme but a legitimate
.
DADiAN 6TALLION, young and sections of the Union is Fo'r sale by Druggist
more Md. It has no taste"f he oil. large and ton-
Delightful to take. Prawribed by sptHted. A good saddle, buggy and scantly growing.Who notice to the people. I mean business and you can convince -
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physicians. Builds up broken down plow Horse, warranted 'sound and 1. yoursdt by calling at my store.

,stems, cures Consumption and gentle. For cash: only.] is Bemis? SpringOpening. The above prices are for CASH and do not include

Bronchitis. For sale by Ackerman Si Callon or address packing or delivery.
Two cars are now running regularlyon
SUwart, Palatka. MRS. A. P. FITZIIUGU,

P. Cunnetly has made some extensive Box 98 Palatka, Fla. tbe Street Railway. B. L. LILIENTHAI

improvements to his residence

property in different portions of the Results Tell the Story. Miss KATE LUCAS !

city, principal among which are the A vast. mass of direct, unimpeachable LeD1On. Stl00t Pa1a'tka., F1a.

three houses at jhe corner of Second testimony proves beyond any pos-. r 1> ..J
and Main streets. The largest 'house sibility of doubt that Hood's Sarsapa- ...... CO u 03
a: --
has been turned around and faced on rilla actually does perfectly and perma. MILLINERYAnd : C a.Jo
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Second street, making a most desirable neatly cure diseases caused by imnure .... ar>

residence. Mr. Cunneely is also] repairing blood. Its: record of cures is unea nailed i"-" ...cc..c,.., C '.
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his store building, Water street. and these cures have often been accomplished Fancy Goods. 315 "_ -

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Cook, of after all other preparationshad Ha in stock an elegant and diversified i. '- s ..c..J => YES ?
Brooklyn Mich., with their failed. line of all O Q)
bright goods pertaining to ::;E 5 Ns t c
little bhfrnmij who the Millinery 15nsin ns. ..c .rtu
SOD, Irate ben HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver ills, hil-( : '
stopping in Palatka l for about six weeks A cutTY Full assortment! of O + In for Furniture and
lousiness, jaundice, indigestion, sick STAMPED LINEN C.OOUS and EMBKOIUEIUEU ; w looking come see my

departed for Ormoiid Monday, where headache. MLKS. J iu New Goods. I have not scoured the
uu
they will remain, at Hotel Joquina, for v- Experienced Northern Trimmer in H Q : Q pretty

a few da*s. )lr. Cook is an enthusiastic Who is Bemis? charge of Trimming Department nol ;z Qc >* Earth for Culls. No left-overs no fly specks

antler, and if be could be inducedto
tell them ,,e have no doubt he has Geo. C. Warner one of Leesburg's Notice for fuDllcailon. pqW .::Jiel no sliding scale in prices; the same in the fu- -

some to good write ff.h""utones.{'be Times-Herald1'He has P"'QotIed a .Tuesday.popu'ar business men. was in the city LAUD OFFICE:AT OisrjTii.ir March 16, leu,6.TmCE .FLA-) "" ture as in the past. Soliciting a share of your]

letter however which may divulge: a \L\: itowing IS named HEREBY Mttler GIVEN ha filed THAT notic THE of ,.., !- < S patronage, I am respectfully, /
few"points" on ffshinj his intention to make final proof to support of .-= H u- v _
Who is Bemis? Ifa claim and that said proof will be mAe te- cotu
for Clerk Circuit Court, at PaUtka, *yam on c 1

Awarded Tf'Slitl at Wilson's Pier. MAY 9. 1896, i o CAPT.M.R.RYAN
tit John H Dfekenon, of Palatka, Fla. Hd. ,
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Highest Honors-World's Fair, For the first time in the history of I 11,018.I for the set; of net,4. section 4, w% of
nwV., and ne>,of nw> .bection 3, 9, b. K.
: DR this port a schooner,the Josephine has 4 Tp. FLJ
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29 h. No. 37 Lemon Street PAL: : =tTK7 :,
succeeded IU reaching a pier of the Wilson He name the following witnesses to prove j tIpladotIr.tds I
his< continued rrudence upon and cnltirtaion J -
Cypress Company[ where she re- of.said land Til. W.O Bnran,of RannerrlFe. '
Fla. R. 1>. Bryan, BannenriUe. Fla. J. H.
How's This tW
ceived a cargo of lumber for New York. lobn on.of a.Of Fbu. Henry Mitchell, of I List of Jurors. 1-
Starke. Fla. offer One Hundred Dollars I O- -:
This marks a new era in the shipping J \[. BARe The following names have been ,-
want for anT case of Catarrh that e o
interests, and adds materially to la.lath'a..im nh20w Kegiater.OTICK I drawn to serve as jurors at the spring I not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cart d dF..1.

:>>oranC8 as a port. Heretofore > FOR PUBLICATION.LASD I term of the Circuit Court, which con- Cut zT & Co., Proprietors,
CREAM the vessels hare been compelled to Click:, Click, Click! venes in this city on Tuesday, April 14: Toledo, Ohi$. ci

anchor in the harbor when the Orncx AT nAnrnnLLK. Fui I The familiar sound of the I We, the undersigned, have knOwnF.
telegraphic
( lumber Frtrnar IS.1**. fXiOTlCE L. C Steph ns, DeWayne PaneD, W
J. for tbe last 15 and
was towed out and IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE battery was hard in the Cheney years*
on lighten transferred grocery store UBeasley, P B Livingston, W A Kirkland believe him perfectly honorable in all
BAKINGPOD1R .1.> following named ettler hu filed notice of
-a slow and tedious process hi* Intention to male final proof in rapport of L. C. Stephens, on upper Lemon F H Bliss, John Wilkinson, Silas business transactions, and fioancUHy

The Josephine experienced no serious of before boa claim Clerk,Circuit and that Court aid at proof Palatka.will be ru made, oa street;one day this week and examination Smith, Seth &llowaT, A P Taft M. able to carry out any obligations made

difficulty in finding her way to the TIS. John RJdaugnt.APRIL of Ii!. .JoIudoD.r1&1806. : .; lid.1sa2lforthewof disclosed the fact that "Silent Haughton, E McK Tucker T B Ander by tb ir firm. Wholesale
WEST & TBCAX Druggists
Charlie" at the CH Heijrbdt, T II Wadkins Walter } ,
sw5. See. 2. Tp. 1U.8. B. was battery, and was son
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pier.The i Thomas C E Hammondiree A J Toledo Ohio.
S3K.He ,
,
intently holding converse with the .
the
name following witaertes to prove his WAMHXO KIXXAX MAEVIX
next regular meeting of the Yarn W B Chatham H ,
W T
MOST PERFECT MADEA eontinwKu d anon and cultivation at of Roop.
spirits
= Cupid. Charlie Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Ohio.
Examining Board of the Fifth Districtof Mid Land rU: J. Yaose. of Johnson a single W Hancock, WHO Scott,T J Green
pure Crape Cram e!Tartar Powder. Free Fla,John D.Va.....of Johnson. fl a.. John T. man you know, and Is seriously contemplating Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally -
J H Hauzhton R C Maddock
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from Ammonia Alum or other adulterant. Florida will be held In Gainesville Johnson of Johnaoa.Fla, Samuel(. Baxter C directly upon the blood
any acting
of Edpr1na. the closing days of single Skinner,William Stecha,Geo F Bandy,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. on Wednesday, April 22. .1.x.BAROO S H Gresham James and mucous surfaces of the a stem.
McDuffy.
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blessedness.
) te:1-fT > Dottle. Bold all
ieEtster Price by
-'ac-' '. 9 75c per drag
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MISS BLANCHE DILLAYE IS AN EXPERT atran. a1a. Gar. "i. : Wigg.7udte Criminal Coon of Becord-W.H iA&.d

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IN ETCHING. 'County Solicitor-B.P. Ca'hoon. ;

ESTABLISHED 1870. Clerk-J.X, Blackwen.
Judge County Court M.I-
Coxe.
Tfce
Nape of the Keek- Worth Noting
sad 'I'rJ1ac-o.-- YI trU's Peneaai- THE LARGEST.and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE County Commissioners W. Thompson,
Cnalrman; 8.J. Kennedy, C. H.Guchrlst,John
Ity-A Quick Witted \r.m.n-Room to of the SOUTH Hancock John H&nThe. Board meets the

Brwtiw- latereet tPrutabiy .. Doa-m .r.. .,. .' \'...;. first Thursday In each month
DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWN Clerk Circuit Court Joseph PrIce.
the forrraost etcher among th.rrornea PIANO besides the other renowned makes which, Sheriff-John W. lagan.
we handle since ?
artists of this la Blanche rears
country
Dilly. ,, And Indeed there are very few Do you kn'1t.that we bare oUr own Factory, m .Near-Yorki employ our County Collector-Frank C. Blanehard.
own skilled workmen, and can rive. .BETTER County Treasurer L Lllienthal.
men wktoee work U entitled to superior you a VALUE FOIL YOUR
MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE ? County Assessor-W. M. Williams.

rank.,AKboBfth MIssDiUayeU. not a Phil- We refer to the LUDDEN & BATES PIANO' and cheerfully invite Supervisor BOARD of OF Reglstration-J.PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.H.Uerrydsy. Many Hands Make Light Work

delyWa I fey birth, long resideaoebere and comparison. ,_ .
i R ri fa oar midst rightfully claw her We are proud of tlw Piano, that bean our name. You will A be proud and H.Dr.J Fowls E. 8. CrUX Thos.Chairman W. John H. Green. 80 does GOLD DUST WASHINO POWDSR, and If you are

vita that croup of artists which U bring pleased to possess one.EASIEST. '. Superintendent Board of Ralph Public, Secretary.Instruction. not in a position to employ "many hands" inycrar housework

tog dcwM the city L more Dora and of more French-to a.higher art TERMS. 'LOWEST PRICES. Thos. W. Ralph. you trill be pleased and astonished to see how much

parents pIU, tt U to her Gallto blood probably Jacksonville Branch GEO. E. BRADNACK, CITY OFFCERS. you can do with one pair of Drilling hands, by using

that this charming artist owe her early 16 W. Bat cL Manager Mayor-BenJ.J. Grooms.

MOM of artlnio beauty. Him DllUya CUAS..E. ROWTON. Sole Agent for Palatb. City Clerk-R. H. Cooper.

pant ..,.eral7Mf'I of study ai the PhllaBLANCHE Assessor-Peter Gardner GOLD DUST
Collector-Dr. B. E. Mortao.

Treasurer-George Weller.
t. Chief of Police-K.J. Trueman. WASHING POWDER.

The Clyde Steamship Co. Chief Fire Department-Chas.E.Row OD. Try It. Sold everywhere in large packages. Price 25 cents.

/ OEM CITY GUARDS. THE It. K. FAIHBAKK COMPACT,

i Company C,fourth Battalion F.8.T. CkIe.... 8t. > U, $sw York, Beet.., FUU4 t u..
IL M. DKMOXTHOLUK Captain.
t > W. P. HOUSE 0.8.
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BENEVOLENT AND OTHER: SOCIETIES. .,.
MAHOXIC.

Palatka LOOK, No.3t. F. & A. H. -Meets

II First I and Third Monday nights In the month The Little Putnam Saloon.
at I 7:JO o'clock.

WALTER THOMAS. W.M.
1' LOUIS rAtE, Secretary.

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Putnam Chapter, No. 9, R. A. M. Meets Sec "
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ftl New I It York Charleston and Roirda Lines ond and Fourth Monday W. P.Nights.ANDERSON, H.P. Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWIT

1 : f ( 1 1\Q THEO Af\"DERSOY,8ecret&l'). -
p lri"f

p t Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appoint.. fourth Council of IL & 8. 314 Palatka: No. S-M ets All the Latest and Most\ Improved Uar Fixtures.A .
Wednesday each month.
ed to SaiLas follows
: DaLATLdalphla : E. E. HASKELL,T.L U. M. Assorted Stock ofWines

Academy of Fine Art. Very Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both Ways: W. P. ANDERSON, Rec

aeon her preference for black and white From New Tork. (STANDARD TIME. From Jacksonville, PALATKA COMMAXnERY, No. B, K.T. 1 Whiskies, Beer Domestic and Inportel Cigars Tobaccos Etc Etc.
became apparent, and she studied the (Pier a9, E. K.) STKAMKRS.: Florida. Sr. Kt LE.HASKELL,E. C. ,

technique of etching with Stephen Ferris Tnenday.rea.2Sth.at3p. m......... .. ... TROQUOIS.. .... ... .Sunday.March lit, sc 5:00 a m Sr. Kt T. B. ANDERSON, Recorder. C -jEL. HERRS.: PROP
woe counwl and assistance were Invaluable Friday. FebruaryZntn.atlpm" ... .... AI.GOQUIN..Tuesday. March 3d. at 630 a
in deepening the Insight and Increas Saturday. Febrwy2Khatipm.... ......BEMINOLE .... ....Thund&'.March 5th, at S M: am m Order of the Eastern Star -Meets third and Xcinon
in s the Tuesday,March M, COMANCHEfnew( )*.. ... 1130am fourth Thursdays of each month. Street Palatka Fla I
i cerutnty of the young artist. Haturday, March; ha&a rmm:::::::: ::..t ALGONQUIN..T:.SundayMarch8th ursday.Starch 12,at at -JOp m __ __ MATTIE K. McLARTY.W.M.
Jdlsa DWaye has for her work the lore Tuesday. March loth,at r p m.. .... .... .8KM1XOLE .. .... ...Sunday! March 15th,at 4 JO a m HAUDE V. )fCKICYZJE: secretary.All -
;And deration of the true artist and hat Thursday,March 12th.at 9 pm.. .... .COMANCHE 1: new degraded/ It to popular use, but baa Saturday March 14th, at a pm..IROQUOIB ...... ....ThU da1. March 19,at T ri IO am. and Front streets. ADMIXISTRATOK'S NOTICE.
Tuesday March 17th. at 3 .... ...
p m. ALGONQUIN .Sunday, March 22. at 9:30 a m I
maintained the true patnter-$ her style Saturday, March !Jat. at 3 pro... ..' .tCOM4.NCHKnew))*.. ....Thursday. March 26,at 1:30pm L O. O. F. To whom it may Concern:
which first brought her Into notice. Tuesday, Marchitittat 3pm IROQUOIS .... ....Bandav.. March 29. st 4.-OO a m i Pioneer Lodge, No.23 L MONTHS AFTER DATE:I will Orange Groves
Although beet known as an etcher Alias Saturday March>U .at Sp m:::: ...: ::::::8EMINOLE .... ...:.Thursday. April 2, at 1:00 a m 0.O.F*-Meets every SIX *and vouchers to the present my
Dlllaye by no moans confines herself to, the Tuesday, )l&rcJal1ataU p m.. .... COMANCHE (DeW>-.. ....Sunday April 0, at 10:00 aID Tuesday night. L. C. STEPHENS N.G. ot Putnam County, Florida,and auk County to be Judge dis
needle. t acUoarlJle 41reet. a New York direct. T. W.RALPH, Secretary. charged from tM further administration on the
her
water colors have attracted Members of the Fraternity when visiting the estate of Charles r. Avery,deceased late of said Other Property
well merited and wSdNpree4eomlDeD+ CLYDE'S ST. County. H. SPENCER,
tion. JOHNS RIVER LINE. city are Invited to meet with us.
Her Impressions are vivid and Administrator
marked by n strong originality, and her Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. KNIGHTS OF HONOR. August IS, 1895. aul -6ID j South Florida

sense of color values Is M delicate and true Harmony Lodge, No, 2767-Meets First and
that she Is never betrayed Into exalt era. Steamer "FRED'K DeBARY. Tb1r. WecIDeldaY_ 01he__ __ _mnnth.n__. WEAK MEN Yenta VUH31n1111t_ ,FOR SALE.
Lion or effects that are forced. Miss Dll- .
W. H WARREN, Dictator.J. .
laye U a member of the New York Water Leave Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 3.30 p. m., DAILY DONNELLY, Reporter. Holel|Building in the town

+ Onlor club and exhibits very ,widely, beginning EXCEPT SATURDAYS, for Palalka, Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate 4t iR tl: o Green, DeSoto County

in 1684 with the New York EtchIng Landings on the SL Johns River. Returning leave Sanford at 9:00 and K. OF P. sixteen( looms; also
club in a. m.
the Paris salon and the Lon St.Johns:Lodge, No.8, K. of P.-Meets every
don Society of Patnter-Etchera, at Liter Enterprise 9:30 a. m., DAILf EXCEPT 5UA DAY, for Palatka, Jacksonville, and Thursday Mght.; C. J. BOLINGER, C. C. putt?. st.: A.f. is"o-f. t7lit jore building, renting

pooL=Philadelphia Presa.i Intermediate Landings. J. DONNELLY. R.S. What PEFFE.VS E4E RVICOR Did; lontb, on same two

1 i General Paei>r.r and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay Street JackaoavllleFla. Uniform Rank K. of P, No.4-Meets for drill Is "*.uow'rfail, and La .
The yap of the Keek. every Second and Fourth OUien Qiilrklr. Cures wbea all)
Wednesday Bights, at fall.
loons
Very few know .&. J. COLE, General Passenger Agent F. M. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla.Pass.Art, Armory. men men visor.regain lost manboodi oldj Tht e. foperty will be sold forImber
women how Important 6 Bowline Green. New York I 204 West Bay 8U Jacksonville. Fls A. C. HAMRICX. Sr. Kt. Captain. aateed I.Lure A rrvB.ar... IMS1ti7lj
th -nape of the neck Is. If there Is one I MH.CLYDEAT. U.B JNO.L.HOWARD, FU.>*Vt Agt- W. L. RILES: Sr. Kt. Lieut. ,. FmU.I... l t F.wvd b.
point of the body that the average girl Bowling Green, New York Ft.Hogan St ,Jacksonville, Fla eases eltker, eed.0 sea, F.IIIaw MviMry.\va.ti., D1 of other lots
D. a1 improved
D. C. MIXK. G. F. A A. LESLIE e5.ds self .ban or erewes sad ,
neglects and the wise beauty cares for It is 12 So.Delaware, IJ. Superintendent IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. Sndinvrtto. Ward. or ro.anu and entMampttoo.
PbrAdetphi& Foot Don't Improved at low
this Hogan St.e Jacksonville,FU let drrlg'7 ist impol7 a figures.o .
spot TilEO. O. EGER.T. M. 6 Bowling Green New York OKUHUXJt&J: 1'JtIBEYO. iv-Prophet C. L I you hosneelt hlraerabMltut* oa
"Why, there is nothing," said a gorgeous nkD. Uchleitner, :helDjuJ'or i nnig. Itut PEEFLR'B IYEitvlG&L, or luabtonbar.send for ti. several Orange Groves. Non

example of the sex, "that finally! WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts. more Senior; \V. S. Nugent.'; Jeff Chief I of Records; Henry Saga per.Can b**t carried per box la or Ye.a;pocket.*or fil:.L-w r.paid[u A plain Ve.lltve wrap. trees were killed down in this

complete. a beautiful woman' triumph Merwln, Keeper of Wampum. Wrltte..i.ers.tee,I. Cure er Rere.a tb. sty and half crop of fruit ex-
as does the nape of her neck. If the line IS So. Delaware Art ftUadelpl1l. S llowllnf Or *>n, New fork Visiting Meets brethreaoordiaiiytnvltedtoattend. Pamphlet A.Em1CAL tree Sold Aasi'1 by drtsridts, tklc..o.: Addreee LI. ted the comiDS!' aea on.
It graceful, if the skin ls pure and the Sold Address c JONES & CO.,
smaii accidental rings of nair mat tail by ACKERMAN & STEWART jao2-3m
Green
are G. A. R. Bowling Fla
artistically managed, the spell that this was dying he l'OuMilllalmlelt from a period
flow
to Deeorate. Veteran Post So.12, Department of Florida-
part of a woman exerts over a man If tre of wandering to turn with ineffable lore In all floral decorations Me its the third and fourth Thursday nlrbta. THE IMPROVED
mendous. I must say that few women to his spouse and sovereign, saying to her however delicate Post Room la second story CrilTs rtlock.G. .
hare good A with a kiss "Good little Kile!" And says au authority, there must be a L. FOX Commander.W. Fathers
napes girl who
always AM RI ,
AN n Qt1 ND}
wean her dresses cut high to her hair will when the prince eonsort was actually passng concentration, from which of effect In one particularspot .8. NUGENT. Adjutant. W A HER i I

usually be dark and unattractive there. away after those 21 years, of woddodlapplneas minor center must radiate the and
There's" It was told how the bent and mora graceful details. Flowers
like
nothing the air to purify the queen anus
I ; be E.
skin, and the more a girl lets her neck OTer him and,whispered, "It Is.your little helter massed rather thau scattered WINDISCH ,
wife," at which lat words i skelter, like bits of colored' glass
catch the breezes the fall'1& will get the angel of shaken In -DE.U.ERU_ MothersDo
This is tot generally believed, but let death staid his hand while once again the a kaleidoscope. i
any I
woman ask herself If the few dark spots dear eyes opened and the dying lips smiled. FOREIGN :AND DOMESTIC FRUITS!

on her am not where the skin has been I But though this be so no one who had Shoe. TOBACCO. CIQAES.i; you Love
constantly hot and covered. Well, the been honored by near approach to her It is a custom among fastidious women

cape of the neck Is peculiar In this regard. majesty or has ever tarried In her presence to send their boots often to their, shoe Candy Confections. Your Children, ?
To be white it must be kept free of woolens will tail to testify to the extreme majesty of maker's for a fresh lining. Such women ,
and the hair. her bearing, mingled always with the too are particular to have house shoes as Oranges In any quantity packed and shipped on If so, when they have the CROUP, that

"Once given a good skin the rest is easy. most perfect grace and gentleness. Her punctiliously they have house gowns. abort notice. comes like a thief in the night ; or

when the hair is brushed up and musical to hear and Is m'now. The promenade. Bananas on band.An I and hard on feeble children ; or COLDS

way from It, but there should be some hand which holds the scepter of the ltd Is gooda.wirraated fresh and sound the fountain head of so many diseases
tiny little stray thistle downs of hair fall- the softest that can be touched. The eyes A good poultice for that annoyance, a then use
log away from the rest These must be which hare grown dim with labors of state boil is made. follows: Two tablespoonf E. WINDISCH.

natural mind, or at least just separated fc.r England and with too frequent tears flaxsued flour, a lump of lard as large as Corner Lemon and SecondPLANTING "Dr. Seth Hart's
are the klnc :that be a walnut, one white onion mix with j
)and curled with the fingers.' Oh, the horror can seen.-Sir Edwin ; sweet
Arnold In Forum. milk; stew until onion Is soft IT IS IMPORTANT J
of the girl who has curled that part of ; apply. _
I her hair with an Iron! And, oh, the warm. xnat every purchaser of a Wa.hlnc Machine Croup '
mme of the girl who has made A Quick Witted w...... Mould note carefully the many points of supe Syrup"Tested
a bang riority these
An washers hare
excellent over others
there If the hair is skillfully managed Outside the city of Boston there Is a and simple remedy for a I dec ped. similarly
lid the _skin white, then the only thing I railroad erosslnv that has become loyal], so rain Is made br mlxlnr the well beaten WHY USE THIS rucm.NE ? I for many years and endorsed
whites of six: and half I I well begun I* hair done Begin aOmk.
\efcirea is toe good IIDC A woman whO famous as a place of danger. All thin, the salt together.eggs a cupful of ta wen by getting ftrrj'u }w 4*. \ I IT Wow Liar aarteff food ...n... are seed by all druggists.
:-r 98 her chin down and holds her bead however, does not hinder workmen from Apply between thin I Don't let chance determine I *.u Baas......
muslin Urr rabbuur Keep It In
sly cannot hare M good Hue at the neck walking home on the track or diving un cloths your crop, but plant Kerry's I I'I'w ctmmfemM*aDd bo< \ f ds. &
which
flee the I Knowu and sold nMU fvmwu ma drift sad
,e chin must U ..prised a little and the wooden fringed bars that are F. Marlon Ciswford In one of his novels i lervwhere. I wrap*
yi carr! d .o oiyewhat up and pushed fdr- dropped for every passing train. makes the remarkable statement that Before you plant, getFerry's I ?ItCAiraoTWiAaoa"!!tl.. M tb* _".This lade vie Ctoraw O. pete err
rd. This gives Not long ago young woman heard the 'aperfectly ........uu,............tM. swfaee o< the Uk to BY'a
a perfect frombetweepthe Seed
angle fitted dark blue dl'\llli. an Ideal Annual I lTKi ciiti>..>-nin.Law cairn .
familiar danger whistle of .. they most wMh.ltdVlurwSi7MI THe SETH HART CROUP
shoulders "_ an and SYRUP CO.
to the hair. engine,
gown that but few women can successfully for 1M. Contains more prae \ I I** U ""N AD4 s.d.10... ,
AdeJpala Time. leaning out of the window saw a laborer wear." tleal Information for farmers In OKUT'
on the track. He I and gardeners third. Carwtrt holding from oo (o-rck to MM- ATHENS, OHIO.
leaped quickly to the than many hlrb/ son tllaa Miter tnarkine .
I ......... .
Inner track at the sound priced text books. Mailed free. ... roMau.u.bntaf Urbtfntd MS....tab.
of
the whistle
Worth and and
r Kotlnr Trying. Sift a little flour! over suet when U Is be- 0.*ILg.r t0.. CTBOIT,MHE. .1Iiriaa'.ea1k....whk iaa.d. | -7/w
i Every day, writes a correspondent to the looking rather dazed and not seeing the tug chopped, and It will prevent the pieces mit testes.luiaf*U nuuK soot>*wn.b.r.54 0<<. UM......sad icier dowm,

\ Philadelphia Press, we read In the papers express which was thundering along to from adhering together. I ins..IL tip I'f'Ul4l, otnrpHvd wow ea Llcirne at .team. It.... .To Orange Growers.
close sever nabIftI tM
behind him that everybody was jl as. lady eo do Sr w..biog .
\ accounts of severe suffering and deaths door u J protect.her tnm tb
1 from tmrns. which I dumb and motionless except the quick ---- ------ ud.h HdnmaJiln.the Sea 01 the......_*..mcming..,. bits.
am sure can be A redhot ll'On..111 soften old wrnt of quirk and to.T e5n.lngor.nird
putty so
witted
little A m.
Great
Igrauly ullovuiUHl the of woman at the window who DIscoveryiOODlfiINEe. Corya.tn to EMPTY in WSSE.tt &&tfa.
by ass aqua amuaonla that It can be removed.Bucklen's 0st Mudin
easily
sled, "Help! Help! Help!" at the of n when UV 'Ti a rq.ary wood..pay.
It Is sold at the drag top w71 L LAS? A Frozen
just ns stores. sa. being sad. of ih. Dot.
her voice, ....
at the -
same time beckoning the woe I. tM
Itfanner of application: Take wad of cot- I \ .ofth gtwt wr..ice oaoakssd l.Yds.ooQlend
to
man come to her.As I
I'
Ion, natural with the ammonia and patlie toe ChuJocM and nrleM.Manirfacturtd.
burn with 1&. K tv doiftg this till the she thought, the Instincts of tho man Arnica Salve. '. I eely by We have for
mace mm start toward toe window and Tb10.1$ Proves Sscceuftl Rood Presems. bale in
Is all drawn oat, wnwn wui ue in iw The Best Salve in the world for BLUFFTON MFC.
the quick 'its CO.
4 15 minutes but I mUM mention that movement to help a woman in any Size Tracts of the
rtef Is IttttaBtaueaus. This application snppodtxl distress saved his life. Cruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Ilhcum, ITS( MANIFOLD USES! BLUFFTON.. IND.
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1-poly relieves but entirely cures the still The in express bewilderment rushed past the; woman the" man stood Fever 5x>res, Tetter, Chapped Hands, perishable One treatment of woods will DOUBLE life of mod -LAKE CITYAUf Best Orange and Lemon -

iti fei park for it will not even be nor ; waved Chilblains, Corns and all Skin The only wood preserver endorsed and la
her band in token Erup- use Lands
of her in the
safety, and as it by lrUg raBroads far World
ft&n. My troy 7 roam of age, ran l*&d cmw-tie and platforms
slowly dawned upon the poor fellow that 'ionsand positively cures Piles, or noray Will make red or Mack oak last Jogger titan
>4 lifted from MATI
the T
Into a coffeepot' just K r
rat| boiling hot. The liquid ran down the bad saved his life be dropped his din reauired. It is guaranteed to give aide white for oak It erxUes.yearn. Can sheer the tw.v side by NrAIN, situated in the beautiful -
ner pill pel) il Off his cap and sainted Perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Tests
bbVicU and to Ms waist and when fate extending over U years that are as- foothills of Central
i rioting was removed the tm came with her, after which be crossed himself, picked price 25 cents per box. For sale by Waters SO to 150 Pigs Drily.
np his tin paiT and proceeded homeward Valuable on wooden boats, bottoms of roes
Ackerman. & California.
I''a applied the ammonia u above Stewart drug;lsts. sels Earliest
as far from the A i
railroad I
track he
\. addVtxt boy's only rrv WII"-. "*"art",r, as could ,----- primer la many uses preferable to

fatei" and in un. miniitcs after we made get. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder linseed VTm etuunder produce rood eo all wood above Governed by jrnivity weight valve. No Ripe Fruit highest prices
..t, th a*lkltt1on tee was enjoying' the ple- er lrt"OUn.lw results springs V rirt. X..flctttt"I -;'1tlln"tl" l> one of he ootnic paper aDd with It fIT Do ai Mnrh for You. Vorld-s Fair flhestMedal and Dlaoms.L' will. double. iifd of weod of any kind wner- mud and let oat tank o; \., ..t. Has freedom fromFrost.

; all liilr)4iU) >... on him. He never' oom- ever Valuable- for 1 .". rightTTTf For full infor-
grape ports feaees and other
.t: plain Aof env AOI"NNIN during t.bto healing Mr. Fred Miller of Irvine III. kinds. of posts u sra.etdrinla
..1Ii and w.4 outdoon playteg the same day writes that be had a severe Kidney o. LLYSIGS For For wood work about .weOsaad dairy houses lag cup- mation address or call

he was ul d..d. Do try to get doctors and trmibtefor tn.&oy"f'8n., with severe OF- For stable wood work floors.W03DILIHE about. ho bouses. ; I I i put a large,

Others tl uw this treatment" 1 know that '! pains in his back and also that his blad.r t dri doable eking, I Ie.p4obeId I WOOD CITRUSGOMPANY' .
doctor fc-rr.Hlu it, becausu I h..v pokea
P to serer aWUl it, but in mjr business we aBed was Kidney affected. lie tried many 80. The Bic i : Coffee Pot! AS.. AH it!KE3Tr3L"l : f{ -
cares, but wilhoui anT baTe reason to --'I":" alotol nut, Porterville Tulare Co"California.
have to V se bo lead and tin and freonentlr I I I regard this liquid as : ,
rood result About rear n 6-"tt burned bv the metal ep&Aeti. i 'A Full and Complete Line of an insecticide and fungicide, or at least as water -
lug W we et am.hlUDlA pn the use of Electric Bitters and I IST-JV'ES.. LIGhT HARDWARE efficient before a fresh supply comes down. .
upon s e keep a lw and an repellant of insects and Valve ,
found relict at once. Electric fsngi. seat is in lowly of water and acts
at land sad we never have any Bitters TIXWARE which must be told. .
is ) I "ALEX. W. PEARSON as a lock-nut. 'an tie set to water two
ICth place 'trom the burn especially adapted to the cure of all | Will to this I
inspect stock
and IJter( pay as beep Zz.Alnl Beet$ .Ut Drfl. /Arrnul_ pens at once, and can be attached to a
Kidney troubles *
and often I nothing but the best of eveivtbinsr.; ..Diriri..JVeplaWSP.II.J ." tank or barrel in ten minutes. Work's&uccesafu111 L. 1) EkTO M.j [ J)
almost /
'
Qeeas \"Ietoria'. Fere a&UtyThe gives instant telief. One' trial Plumbing, Tinning end Gas Fitting in winter. .

bean of gold, the will shingles t. Paint.
royal temper of steel, the. pride the patrt- 50 cents for large bottle at Ackerman promptly and at low prices. sise Fountain sent to any address on trial. '

|**ism and the deep piety of Victoria.haven Jfc Stewart's* Drusr Store. Don't forget the place. Sign of the MtriGIIWHfI Prsssnia Cs.:: Stilas.Sa4 Price to be remitted by express agentIf HOMEOPKTHISTOmcB .. .
3C31 .
enshrined In small but vigorous -
a Bi&entree tot, .eoiou street. between satisfactory. It costs noting to try. "
me, the ml40000e aspect of which espeUy : "I say, Blossom how do*you pronounce Second ana Third.! for B+aktet Woodlllae.Sestkwsct Send for one. Agents wanted in every BLOCK*' T1t'A:"Yi.&.
strikes thaN who behold her for that c-a-s-t-o-r-i-a?" -- locality Order through implement '.] .-
time In these her "chair days.; *' It of how Why, eaetoria A IUI dealer or Residence-Corner Main and First St.
WIll
how when Prince Albert coarse; else could it her PRESER NI Ci.

reported -. ..ltll."Well" the doctors pronounce it harm. Who is Bemis? Cert Trim sad XAIKITST&, STOCK FOUNTAIN Lake CO., 'p.m.Oflee Hoars-t-to ltea.sa.11 a.sa,1 to a p...aad TJO

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The other ; when ood .... .. I :!:: :-Z-: -r.r.LrL'"T"L"L"' .L. .
EUROPEAN LETTER. the city. night : .' ..
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[From our Special Correspondent.] new and b it.: ;.. ttr "' : ; Ripans Tabules.

ROME ITALY, March ib,1896. i opped
.
This morning I went to the dome of national Railway.
Bt. Peter's, 433 feet high I was tired greatest Disease commonly comest on with slight symptoms which when

after that climb, {and eat down and mb 1.0 neglected increase in extent and gradually; grow dangerous.
THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
rested and drank In the beauty of that war is a If YOU SUFFER FROM HEADACHE....DYS,: Take RIPANS TABDLES.
scene for a long time. On the west lay DRAWING ROOM PEPSIA or INDIGESTION, -
CARS
the drear campagna, which is interest from 'I If you are BILLIdUS, ONSTtPATED or Take RIPANS TABOLES. I
CARS DINING CARS LIVER. -
ins historically-not physically. The have A DISORDERED -

COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS. If COirLEXIOX IS StLLOTV. *r ;..
toll looks poor. It has had time to year sunK DISTRESS .UUB EATifa Take RIPANS TABDLES.
wear out, has't it, daring 4,000 years? TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
The city outskirts are belted with undulating For O"L'-.JTI BREiTH aid.ALL DtSOBDKB* Take( RIPANS TABDLES.Ripans
OF THE STOMACH, ] .
hills. Farther on, these wrink 'r. NOBTH' AND WEST.
lea smoothed out. Still farther, in 1 Tabales act gently bat promptly upon the liver, utomaeh
This ..at N..36 .. IfA 26 r and Intestines; cleanse the system effectually; core be
the distance,the sea can seen. .
r$ C.S.Fait cia Iia'y
offensive breath and headache. One TABULK takenat
constipation
roof is immense that families .. All TralM DaU sad {
00 occupy null. Ih..ua the first indication indigestion, biliousness, dizzinees, dl.t"after-
houses built on top of it. To the north I eating or depression of spirits will surely and quickly remOTe the

lay the Janlculum Aventine, Capito- am S ISIS pm LT.JaokaonTtlle.T.C*P. W whole} difficulty.
pm Sootttm ..... _
line and Palatine Hills. To the east, TIME AT.ilaooa. Swutiera.,,.., 'i Ill pans Tabnlea are prepared from a prescription widely used by
the Pincian and Quirinal, and in the 15 amt Atlanta. ,,w the best physicians, and presented in the form most approved by
9 4>
distance the snow-capped AIb.in moun- i an* S n pm r (xadaaa 1(>, .. TMOlt modern science.If .
am 2y
tains. Just Jin front flows the Tiber, pta 00 am Kan p OI e 0 paJ2 : given a fair trial Ripans Tabales are an infaJllbe sure they contain
> I m am !H
pin
old densely-built section : nothing Injurious and are an economical remedy.
. separating the SU. 18 LT.JaokMovQle Plant S..N. V .
the ." .boathern......
from
of the city more open Dann. Nr1a.N
Ar.Uaooa.AUaata. ....... eta
newer part. It turns sharply at right .. .. 6 3D N.NN. ONE GIVES RELIEF.
lyJ ...... U pm1
angles loon arter it passes the Castle Ar St ., ... 9 amt j lA Ir NN ./ tl-g
0411na a ,
of St. Angelo, getting out of the way of L1'Lv' llaaim b""A pajaa. "if A quarter -gross box will be sent postage paid, on receipt of 50

the slope which rises gradually to St. Ly E ::::: ..... il ..ir.l t cents byHipans .
Peter's. To the south lay a great cam- .t.r ... arII .... ...1. // 1 .... N ..;.
pus, on which I counted twenty com L"l'a1a J for Bnuuwick,628 a.m.,T23 a. IL,Ifl JO a.m.,Id D.m,4 Sb Chemical JOe
,JackaoarUl Cdnclnnad .
to
sleeper via
.Ar.SaD}
,
panies of soldiers going; through their
LY8&D apply to any Agent of this Railway
daily drill Adjoining the church on Lv its connections. great 10 Spruce Street, New York, X. Y. j I
or
this side is the largest palace in the ::.Lvi i. ::::: ::::: :::::: -Local I rnggists everywhere will supply the Tabuks if req nested todoso. J
world, the Vatican, which is, indeed, a .,, J. M. GULP, S. H, HIBDVKH.
l.Y.. o.k ) : Trace Manager AMt. OmTpaa*AX. They are Easy.to Take Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor's Bill j jeln
small world in itself politically isolated, .. TttQtiIT ,IX C. VTaahlngtoo.D. OL Atlanta,Oa.
as is the District of Columbia. On this .. City SS YSZ_ S-LS =kr =TiLi=ti3J iTa T..T
D. ALLEN

territory, sacred to the Pope,DO Italian :.:. Rkldg 0000&:. :::. : ::i :::::.::: ..:::::: Florida 133 West PaKsenfcr, Bay Strtt Armt JACXSOXTILLZ3 ILL -

soldier can set foot; I refer, of course .. 1'DO..
to the Vatican gardens. .. -- _. ---"'
From my palace height or I looked down; on his .... tit. 142p... to school
.. }' going
Holiness' private grounds, beautifullylaid .. Edea.. i2341316p. .
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.. .81f.'I4IO.! .. : GK TO
out. Just, beyond them is a pieceof .
children school And
woodland which looks as if it had: :: lltuart Alicia.:::::::: ; ::::: ::::: :::::: Do the go to ? are they joyousand
.. Jf olle happy ? Is school-life a pleasure? And is progress
snatched from a dense .. Y"Jopl :
been bodily .. 72p.. being made ? Or is the opposite true? Does the close of
forest and set down.here-so wild and P. DUANEFOR
uncultivated is it. Here, we imagine, A.r:: :I'alm,;:' : g : ..::::::.:::: .:::::: each day bring a headache ? There is no appetite and sleeps

His Holiness takes refuge on hot summer imperfect. The color gradually leaves the cheeks and

evenings; and with the trees as only a little effort is followed by exhaustion. To continue

sentinels, he walks and meditates on school means to come to the end of the year with broken

how he can regain the power he will 8TATlO All-Pork Sausage, health. What is the best thing to do? Take '

know. lIe has enough titles to
never
121 CENTS PER POUND. .
be at the head of the universe. Here Lv
Christ .. w Royal' GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF, BEST CUTS, 12c.. &U&dsof l
they are: Vicar of Jesus ,
censor: of the Prince of the Apo ... PJvlera w .
.
Fontlfix of the Universal Cl &noe AUcla. DELIVERY. Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites. The cod-liver oil

Patriarch of the West, Jensen.Stuart. nourishes the body and makes red corpuscles for the blood.'

Italy, Metropolitan Archbishop Fort Eden.. .. The hypophosphites are tonics to the nervous system, giving

Province of Rome Soverel SL Lucie .. ...I ONLY mental activity during the day and refreshing sleep at night.

Temporal Church.Dominions Are of 0 the rno.. .. Don't let you child get thin and worry along. Give Scott's

And man yet he Is a .good yon .. Emulsion; insist on a generous amount of out-door exercise;

b00s. and the vigor of youth will return.
not help his titles. Yty L. B. DARLING FERTILI
zEn Co.theyare
ft eta and Si a botUa. SCOTT BOWNE,Ck.mista Nrw jerk .
down the si '
Coming
64 marble slabs, wine New .
annouj oft ROCK and are World.
wall
laid in the '
r
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such a date such a cro eS streets'r i. FOR THIRTY DAYS !
royal personage had ascended the i r only aPUKE BONE BASIS. and Ti
' of St. Peter's. This reminds me Lh : =: : : :; :; : : : : I

one of the original stones of the wall : /
entirely i from Bone.
Romulus, which surrounded the >l' I : Acip '

city on the Palatine Hill, is among the r8'-Au Hi ', .., .. : e
like GRAND '
FERTILIZER the DARLING '
inlild stones in our Washington monu- LY 8'- ; you .

ment. Then I went down and aroundto .

the Vatican library, where 1 saw TnlnS p1ying the .Fruits and Vegetables wit the
relics from the Catacombs sU.p :
many many Train ;
invaluable illuminated manuscripts, aDd St. :
TralD. : ; I to make them Ship well, from REMOVAL
beautiful stained lars, and many and All St. \ f
priceless treasures in the shape of Sunday.

vases, etc., which had been presentedto Train Buffet ; arrive to Market in a Sound Condition..

the different Popes from the greatest Can only, | '

personages and from the farthest ends you know to use the'DARLING'S,

of the.earth.. But what sutprised me :

on the street was an African Frances- It 5ALE.
Brands of Fertilizer.: For
can monk. PORT

Yesterday, under the shadow of the Leave : i

prison wbere his Apostolic namesakewas day, | to meet the times for Cash with Order,
p.u;
confined, I took Paul, a boot anda er pens -
Leave ....
ball, and went to spend the afternoonin day: ,
the Forum Romanum. I sat on the Fort Lau< : Reduction
Delia on at
steps of the Rasilica Julia and read, Selling a

while Paul kicked his football up and Fertilizer Co.

down the lava flagstones of the Sacred rat i1% I" ,
Way. If stones ever preach sermons, I : ,.: :

how eloquent are these! Presently the I I!i li 1235p I; I I i FLORIDA. ToPrior Decrease Soc.
ball rotted far off and fell into the la 4p ,
: :
la Sopl I' I
Cloaca Maxima. Then there was agreat Train' : \.gent.I to moving into my new quarters,
anxiety until I spoke to a wo- Junction

man, who got a ladder and handed the These I Memoranda Book. Lemon Street next to Loeb's Shoe Store, I

ball up from the sluggish water. The train..: I II .
at hand I should never from the I -1
ladder was or departure will sell all GROCERIES at
have taken steps to recover the ball. nor does I I 1
any: delay: THE ST. PAUL
We have just come home and are from.

tired. Yesterday, likewise, we spent conren- I It's bad enough for the St. Paul to run
the afternoon there, and the two days Harrison.Dim. I up. against this country. It might be I IDon't
PRICES
preceding we enjoyed the warm sun -Ilerald.for the worse Times.for an enemy's ship.-Philadelphia GREATLY REDUCED

shine and the fine military band on the board When a transatlantic liner's captain Is
tie green lawns of the Pindan II ill. probably raise so ambitious to make a record that he forgets -

Here we almost always see the King Xaiwan Tllet\lf- y I to shut off steam and runs into dry fail to take advantage of this
Record.Apropos oppor-
of l tW prepare to lADeS It Is time to stop.-Chicago
drive. But they
and Queen taking a (Sctiedale I Boston' own of the accident to the St. Paul,
are always in different carriages, and I -comes with It .Is explained that ocean liners never race. tunty to buy the best goods at bottom prices. J
appear at different times. Thursdaythe Satvday Each tries to make port ahead of the other.
Toeeday with the That Is all. This explanation, being official .
King was driving a pair of spirited ought to be deemed concluslye.BoItC .
Chicago were a
horses, and yet took off his hat to Katarday Tues4ay.\ { : :; have better .

everybody who glanced toward him. Th hat roay rdar : Walter Thomas. /

A kingly prerogative! As the hill was Tnevday' use New York !
And whether it gets;
-
swarming with people he had his hands t to stand In l SDlDD.on

full.The r Ocean.
Court ball was given up last Monday to make /

weer on account of the war. (The Kidg >Fr V..4ne*ay... ::::::: ::: :: : I the protest wickedest on be CIIY SEED DEPARTMENT
To EDITOR 1 have absolute
1\fOD4\ : Tn an
by ordering that the f.
approbation
won Past-Express.
remedy for Consumption By its timely use
funds which had been intended for it Friday I most noted abba e aid Seeds I eeeit/ed.
thousands of hopeless cases have been already Jurgip Just
should be distributed among the charitable Monday :::.:::::.:::::: : : : : : boodler. I permanently coraL So proof-positive am I .
And .,. Chicago Is by of its power that I consider: it my duty to
institutions of the chy. On account :
\ the boodler.- ttnJtoo kiln fret to those of your readers -WE KEEP ALL KINDS orDRCT -
of the war there is to be no carnival who have ConsumptfenVTarDtt..Bronchial or
this rear, and no wonder; for J of the Burden Lung Trouble if they win write me ther :] S ancll\1EI>ICINE:
to get together express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
is heading her breath in the great- .
Italy the basis of a T.A. 1tOC8JI."Co. IU hut SUVcirTtrt.: Pure Chemicals Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods.
est suspense, and is too heart-sick for robbery. rr Tk E4UorfaI mad Bmhiin If....-'.( ,
merry-making. The Tribunal, one of Is that ex I $hY Privy Oa.raat.s tkl._waves rr.w.t4o. SPONGES, CHAMOIS SKINS,Ere PERFUMES BAY KCM.

oems at a Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our stock all of the Pop
the principal papers, has its offices very comprises
Express. Summer Goods in all Odor Paints
near us, and each evening, coming: ,

from dinner we pass through a great ceata Stylesand Pretty Pat rniWR&STEWARi: I

crowd of men, boys and wagons, all Peek' *.*i terns,at Lowett Pr cM .
waiting to tarry the night editions over Lemon clcbbkg arrangement '
w with the Word aed'"G IL, at S.. & Bom?*. DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN. ,


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:.. .. : :ii-* ". : THETIMES-HERALD;; MARCH' 20, ,1896.

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fl i Keinerly,one 47 ai c- 1Jl1N1o r. a 00
couxxr COMMISSIONERS.Official : T. W. Thompson Cotnmiaaloner and .j .yt t a- '1I = I
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mllale. .: .t. .. .. SIlO "
John HarreV.eowmlntoner'..'..'.'.'."..... 4 fo! CCL : I" oH..l.ETT
John Hancock. Conuul-wiooer 49 I f'
Proceedings of the Board For C If GilchrUt.eom&iiMlooer.. TOO ;.. t
D W Jobnaon for pander Armstrong... i 60 ,
Times-Herald Readers. T W Balph for pauper Ford... .... ... a M
John Harrer.19r paupers Cone, Sweatand
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CoUDt.1 Kuowlefl 10 (ME
The Honorable Board of Sbepherd.for pauper ft M I I t
Yi H Cyrus. M. D., for ta :8ti D One of \ : aYed, by

Commissioners .for Putnam County, and Cook.. .... ....... .... 600
John L.lied, for pauper Lee.... ..... I..GOL. .
Fla., met in regular session on Thursday .J.Stokes,for\Vldner pauper... B 00
Emma beck,paiper....... .......... 2 M .i
March 5. i89G. M. W.Stewart fur limper McGraw.... 3 9O .
8.G. Miller for pauper Mn. Lnmpkln. t t
Present: S. J. Kennerly, John liar A H McCranjr for panp Lorry ateb.. .Q ,
O.F.Sprague:for paupers lianbury and ,
rey C. II. Gilchrist, T. W. Thompson Lootwood ..... .? it. L
E n. Padgett,for tick....
pauper ( I S
John Hancock,[land Joseph Price James Cannon fur pau< er Ort-n. $WMn
\ \ clerk. M L H imam., tut naoper Bella.... S M
BWHowellforpaaperKtab.,. SOD
The minutes of last regular meetingwere 8 R Canary for pauper IVrry.........? SOI yf
E. D. Vati, for pauper Montgomery. X I ISBeach
read and on motion approved.In &Miller, fur pauper K t whlle..::. ft 00
J I )le alJum. for pauper Grant........ B 00
the matter of the discontinuanceand A II radxett. fur pauper MSJey........_ 2 00 Jsvt

to re-establish another road near JoeeplK February Price. Clerk.and Auditor, for 31110'' -y

Bannenrille, which was referred backat Louis Pope,Janitor 20 oo
plant t>riteiB,rent of Armory 25 ooWHWiear stttiaV
4'Ni' 4 last meeting for better description, ,Judge Criminal Court....... 83 SS
described Ben] P Calboun,Cunntjr boileitor...... M 00
before the Board properly
came Silo Smith,top: plies for Jail. 945S
and on motion ordered that the K Bond i applies for JaU. ,t 32 Z''
A H repair at Court House, 1ft I
part of the road prayed to oe ,discontinued Dally.rdknile ,printing. 9 tOM .
From Griffin& Co.,work oa Jail sewer.... 21 UJEBnrU
as follows: a point on
,printing Asseeeor......M' 350B
the Bannexnlle and Bostwick public L Lilienthal, roller for map..:.....-.' 325
B L Lilienthal, oummiMlons... .... .6803
road, near the southwest corner of ne} Palatka Water Works,water at Jail.::. :C10. 00
John W Nat;an. expense of iDqueeC OD'.
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of nw f. Section 30 Tp, 8, S.. R. 26 E, body of Thompson.......... ......... TOO 14sTsrr '
The Biggest You Ever "Saw and about 100 yards south of the residence II L Sillier 1.oo,KC Kelly 'OI. WN Coffee :i ce b vs.
1 00.Thai Smith 1 00. J W Becks .
of John W. Hall, known as the 1.00 W E Wattles, $1.00,Jurors of in-

mail road, from said point> of beginningvia Witnesnes quest. Jchn Pacettl !SOc Willie
Whitaker Douglas U W Gordon SO,O P Fowler '
the residences of Pierce, so. A M Steen 60,J J Wilson M,Lot .

Barker, Uanlon to Patterson, from Kellum BO, B F Busty CO, P Gay 60, K y

thence to where sai4 road connects W&r::,Justice,80. of the Peace, Inquest S 00
ajllcA. F C Blanchard, cem missions...._ 41 2W
with the Bannenrille 'and Bostwick We-t Disinfecting;Co........... 29 00
Palatka Gas Company gas for courthouse
public road near the town. of Bostwick. and Jail..... ... .... T 20
Further ordered that a part of road be Geo D Barnard A Co.. record' books...... 25 11
J W Hagan,expense innaegt-on Dumaa ft 60
re-established; Green Cove Spring and R D HoweU.Justice the Peace...,,, 363F
Middleburg public roan, which was C Blanchard commissions, Febrnarr. 60 98
Wilson Cypress ._.. 131H 1 st'fsts
abandoned several yearsago, and was E Bond supplies for Jail............, 114ft
PLUGThe originally laid out, being part of the C K: Rowton,stationery................. 430B
Palatka Green Cove ".Spring road, L Lilienthal commissiona,'February. 49 4T
...
S!J Kennerly supplies road district 2 3.160
commencing at a point on said road at John T)LInton. road work.. 6 00
the northeast corner of 'Harvey's old Bohanon Bros.,bridge work............... 80 i
said Times-Herald,publishing proceedings 12 MO +e J.a
field, from thence on road to Clay W Knowles,2 weeks rice creek ferry.. S 16
largest piece of goo'dtobacco county south boundary line, distance T C Weatherby, work and mmbtr...... IS
mfl C H Gilchrist, inspecting bridge 6 60 .
ever sold for 10 cents being two and a half s. C II Gucbrlat paid for load work.... .. 175 }
The election booth matter, laid over C H Gilchrist. for J H Babes, bridgework 3d

from last meeting was brought up ..... 1105
D H Causey,building two bridge..... M 00
piece and action deferred until ext meeting. D H Causer, road work district 1 ...... 33 00 /1.
The 5 cent is nearly I 'as Petition for rebate from'C. C. Slade J N Black well clerk criminal court.... S3 90 !
.
and others were read tnl referred to JWHagan.feeding prisoners 16330 _
I J VT Hagan. criminal court emu. 6290
large as you get of pfher he Tax Assessor for investigation .J w Hagan, for guarding prisoners.... 37 M
Ordered that the Tax Assessor also be J W.Hagan!, bailiffs at_ Jail 3625 r .
for K u Ho,.eu:,justice of the Peace:: ... ... 1194
high grades .10 c.enrs. required to make a report on all peti M I Coze: : Jndge.ezpense' rrimiual court 4 BO .Ie

; tions referred to him by next meeting. R C Uowell,witness fee Justice Court II 00 Col. Joseph L i i. ."' t 111 i :.. 00111'1 for an months but I shall when att '
Henry Alston 1.00.E C Jackson L
i The anportionment of county road T Butler M,Bliss Lmith CO, E C 1.00\\ has a national reputation. need of a tonic and general regulator
fund, among the different, cities and pen 50,S J Williams 60.Louis Sam So ,
"- I towns laid over until next meeting, Willie Driglan 60,Aaron Rettt 80. C At'the age of 21, Col. Fnl.tt! tnIH'( he vsfenj. t have recommended itt

the Collector having made only a partial H Van Wigg Gam 60,50 8, l DBingham Kednerly 1.00.60. John F OHafers In Battery p, First Missouri llshi ,\ great many, and every one whoit

report of the valuation bf same. 60 H L Coleman,E W Green tillery and soon rose to its curouiau got relief. et

.... Petition was read asking,that $1 poll B 60 P,Calhoun W I>yeman Solicitor UO. conviction fees. 35 00 At Lookout Mountain his :>- the iru | .s the best general remedy I ever
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tax be refunded to C. C. Clark he being -
Battery that reache I the simmit. T knew anything about."
Xtoro WART COUGH BALSAM has A tired stomach is very much like a over age. On motion ordered that Since war a
no Clerk draw warrant for $1, and hate the he has devoleu Liaise ih nervous System has be-

.eqnal as a remedy for Coughs, Colds, sprained ankle. If yon ,u1l'erfrom any ready at next meeting. a:p to mechanical enginecrin1.: ant l ha i irj ikened from any cause, Paine

:Influenza Bronchltli and all diseases of the symptoms of dvspepia,your stomach Petition lor relief of Jasper Price, vented ..everel' important imnr ound builds it up as noth- ,,
u s
of Throat and Lan Made it tired. It needs crutch. We three and Ii makes people well.
( e s. c &aJi a signed by only persons, petition ?; ? 0 ments on the sewing machine( ,
by R. It Bond & Co., Baltimore, Md. must relieve it of all work for a timeor I of Percetta Price,signed by eight oS & E 5- bicycle that be cry walk of life hayereaul -
1 .. promise to one o
fit to Prof. Phelps of
both referred back
for sole Ackennau & Par I persons were to ,
by Stewart until it is restored to Us natural 4
them not being properly 9efdte'theBoar4. u surprises of next ceason. eminent scientist who

Jatka, FJa. strength. To do Urn successfully,we ;: An petitions of this character The tension on the nervous "y ice's celery compound. ,

must use a food which Is already digest to. bO signed 12 e the peculiar needs ofy
by persons
requires of for month r
an kept
;; inventor
COMO XOTES. :3 : up ,
; tem he knew that the
} r> ;
ed outside of the body, and which will who are property owners.
I g monthsseriously weakened the .. headache, sleeplessness loss
On motion ordered that the'Clerk be ,
Correspondence Tuna-Hen1d. aid the digestion of other foods that 8q of brain like Col and
Instructed to all /e" : a busy worker 1 Flab ae tie. disordered blood all
notify pauperS now .
be taken with it. Such .
may a productis dm and his conritiii". WIM lea''. 'hit the weakened
t' I "\1 nerves are
hard at work
I Society now enjoying the Shaker Cordial. ceiving assistance from the county t!&tthf'Y
Digestive hardships of war did not wea nd mad.:qnatff to the demands upon
furnish this Board its
must to at
t Itself the drama which The Shakers have utilized the I
rehearsing ,It is digestive 4e threatened to succumbto nervous hem. The expirience of thousands t
next meeting a petition signed ,by not
principles present in plants for the .
said will be next week card r. ... haustion. bas proTen III over this broad country
presented leIS than 12 property owners and taxpayers ; R R.i
manufacture. of this article and t
its success -I of thO: Is c. g r o What Col. Follett has to MV in '- f. that only i'aine's celery comooond will
partie'Iicnlca. and excursions to Haw has been truly phenomenal You for them county to, showingJnaCit be continued 0 .. re i\. to his restoration to It aKh rat vSard give fit al b t.. the nerves, and through

creek, keeps the "emart eel" on the go can try it for the nominal sum of 10 i i the necessary pauper list or they will be stricken on M .-. not fail to carry great: weight.! In a them to tbl entire body.

cents as sample bottles are sold by all therefrom at the next of the letter to Well <&: Hlt'hard..un Co., "f fV\Ii>res conferred upon Dr. Phelps

day and evening. druggists at this price. ;, 3oard. meeting :g IIIo coa Burlington, Vt. ho writes: inei highest honors for his invaluable

A card party, of ladies, exclusively Edward W. Clark presented his bond :., Ie 3 "When suffering from mental' .-x-: iu venerations, in medicine but all this

rendered silence visible: at Mrs. Dr.Underwood's .as a Notary Public, with J. C. Vertrees U bfl !' hanstion and a gen..mllv disorganized i seem, insizniflcant in comparison with
C system, and overwork, I used Paine's the cborus of gratitude that has gone
on Wednesday afternoon. and B. W. Bean, in the sum of $500
Blood and Skin Diseases celery compound. up all over the world from men, wo-
sureties. On motion appioved. p.1.F
Whist was the particular object of the .
1 and
roll for and witnesses : "The compoun acted like a charm men children who have outgrown
::1
Pay jurors on
assemblage. Again the !lords of crealiog AlwaysCured. inquest held over the bodies of James I 8 on my bowels and kept them to fine weakness and the lack of health by the

: were left at home, Thompson and James Dumas were examined d i.c condition, and I experienced great relief use of Paine't celery compound, the
B.B.B. from my !brain troubles'I most wonderful nerve and blood re
went Haw found correct and ordered :
A travelling party up have not u8t'd&tine', celery comt storative.

a creek Wednesday. Provided any of paid.The 0 --
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rifle bond of C. A. Brown, with .eH
the party return in condition to give BOTANIC. BLOOD BALM nW f.Ils Vm. J. Miller and J. T. Newton Sr. = I
x I to care all manner of Blood sod fkin dl*. 8 Rhuf'mftfluu is cured by p: P. P.
proper account of what they did and I MM. II I.the treat Sovthvrm btrildlnc .p 18 sureties was approved. !: 8 g
I sad rif riac' At a tonic it U With.I :: n ; IPam.* and aches in the back shoulders
of their ;: Treasurer Lilienthal presented his J'I ,
what they saw, some account I eat a rtTU. .. tMol.telr beyond eonpari* a -
I ,oa with any elber similar remedy rot. report of warrants paid for the monthof r.q;; ..: .. .. t *k\ Save \ knees, ankles and wrists are all attack-
doings will a ,Dear next week. I fend to tbe. public. It I*a certain panacea .. /
I for all Ills.....ltID'from impure blood or a.Impoftn.btcl February, which were examined: e'l I and conquered by P. P. P. This great
The community was shocked on Tuesday I condition of tbe hinxAB.,..... found and C
ordered Paying
I TH... of a uncle bottle will demonetrate checked out, correct : : ni..dfciiie, by its blood cleansing
to bear of the sudden death on I It*peramoaat Tirtors. It m.kee new.rich &; x : f prop-
I blood,and p iii,ines almost mir.coloa.ltcsi.g !. filed.Treasurer j : 3 riled, builds and strengthens thehor
Uondcy afternoon, t>f Mr. G. 11. wi.1 I prcptrttes. Lilienthal also made his ff Doctors9 ; up

ler of hemorrhage of the lunge. Mr. I ICures. statement of receipt and disburse- i f i'i body.
Send for free book Wonderful = !
Price $1.00 per large botUe; ments of the fine and forfeiture fund F x; Bills Xofhina: is so efficacious: as P. P. P. f.
Whaler had shown no signs mOte than $5.00 for srx'boSUSLTor for the month of February: 0 .i' this sra-on, and for toning up, in-

usual,dunog the dayof not being wed.He Balance on hand.. .. .. .. .. (38255 : 0z t vior,Hnjr, >nrt ns.a mrpnjjthener! and

was afflicted with consumption, but I medicine sale t>r drncfletii will U *n>if t. freUht not send prepaid.oa te as.and .. Received in February.... ... 04 28 o S h I ue B B B BOTANIC appetizer lake P. P. p. It throws off

bad been at work in the garden and BLOOD receipt of BALM price. Addrees CO.,Atlantacla.POULTRY. $476 10 a; BLOOD BALM i the dition.ABurrrr's malaria. and puts ton ta good con-

around the bouse. But a fit. of cough Paid out in February. .... .. .2,060 38 further business the THE GREAT REMEDYFOR
Ing late in the day, was the cause of ; There being no ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES EAST 'IIH.L.q Coior PAIXT

the bre*king of a large blood vessel!' Balance on hand .. . $270 38 Uwd adjourned. Hu 1-.....,._...suy W .-...>pn 4 ky..m-M curls ail, t'm 0", Warts and Buoion
.0 ,.... W Arty W ._ -u -- -_-__-__-_
and in the shirt space of about two I Treasurer Lilienthal also made bis ...-117
statement of funds, proper, on hand SPECIAL MASTJili'S SALE. SCROFULA. ULCERS. EC2EYA.
he bad breathed his last Mr .
minutes. ) WOMEN
March 1, 1896, as follows: RHCUmTISM CATARRH. ERUPTIONS! OBLIGATE

Wmkr was completely prostrated by : General Revenue Fund. ... S 140 69 Is CiKcrrr COCRT. FIFTII JUDICIAL ... an _aoaK&_ .A Ti.'r''y''0.IW UaUDr.fIJ_.... Mr Warr713o W 8bould IIeSI

the chock of the suddenness of the calamity PURE BRED STOCK. Road Fund.. .... .... ..v.1,65821 FLORIDA ix AND FOR pw1w __ .e..4 r W. ..... P.. F K
CIRKCUIT OF _
(.ua..I a a. r. mt' y en.pr. '
pTY! ," .
and has the sympathies of the BARRED PLYMOUTH RfCi S.BROWN Bridge Fund .... .. .. .. .. 488 :32 PCTXAM Cotn-rY-ls CHANCERY.Calvin SENT FREE wornRa&rvL cvaxa.Btoon D

whole The funeral was I and WHITE LEGIIUnXs.i I
community. for Hatching SI three Total .. .... .... .... 82,2872-2 BALM CO.ACtnU.Ca. FEMALE +
13i Gillis Complainant
.m
per ;
bald on Tuesday, Rev Mr. Stones&. of i. \
Tax Collectpr Blanchard made his T*
church officiating and the seilmrs,:$2.50. Ove'settlugt', $4. W. B.Draharo M Adll'ivSllra'&or REGULATOR.
the Baptist I eDort of tax collected. on tax roll of of the Koute of Peter Foreelosa.PetermanB i .
Fowls
Crescent shipped single express fates Jolla C. i
remains were taken to City &95: deocea ed.

: -ALSO- county revenue. ..... ... ... $14 77 CaI n.aoelIBeujamfD| r.Cal-I I
for burial. O. B. R. boon her husband,defendant I IS SUPERB TONIC and
DE SICATED FISH, 'Poll tax. ........&.... ..._. 5 00 WEAK ME2 IT
MEAT MEAL and Dn ASD BY VIRTUE OF AX ORuEK exerts a wonderful influence in I

The U. & Gov't Reports 'v MICA CRYSTAL GRIT $19 71 b1 U the.AND Hon DRCBEEmade W..A.Mocker, Judge in the of above said Court cause. CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. I: strengthening her system by
1* '. I. Henry Victims ol Lost .Manhood hcmld seed *t
on the tai day of February
st."w Royal Baking Powder Write for prices to Also collected on tax roll of 1893: strum the Special Muter m Chancery,duly once for a 'took driving through the proper channel

sI: ..t"" County revenue.... ..... ..$1,308 27 appointed therein wtn eB at politic suction that exp1ah. tow!:
-.r!O':. rg.t C. 1UILLIE, Licenses. ... .. .. ... ... .. .. 49 96 aC the front door ef the Court House,to Palarka, full manly QTdcklr rigorit I all impurities. Health and !
Fnanam ; Florida, during the legal boor eaallf
t nol Interlache-', Fla. Pollux. .... ..:_.. .... .... 17500 of tale on County theFIRST and percutncnlirestored.. :1'00' m&a I; strenotti are Guaranteed to result

MONDAY IX APRIL. 1896, suffering fro=
from its use.
$1,53323 weakness afford
can
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the same being April U, to tbe highest| and lbor,thiitimelyadnco. II, wife bedridden for eif Bteen moctlm,
U : was
11. I. Coxe < *
County Jndge made
IF S. E report best bidder, for cash,all that tract or parcel of after I3KADFIELD Y! lAU KEQULA -
I' YOUTANT I .! on dup irate license Issued for I*n I e the month of February $4 .96. The middle one-third 01 the east half of Block taU -torelopment M. JOHNSON Ualrera,Ark 4
) I No. Fifty-eiicnt )
\ Sheriff Ilagan made his report of Bam County Florida, bounded on the east by portion of and the tone body.are Sent impart with to co every atfYe BSlDfTCLD BLGCL1TOB CO.. ATLOTA Gi.S .
I BEST GARDEN fines and forfeitures I Peck street' for about 100 feet; and on the wen ..ettle..
collected at SLOO
PIANOFORTESAnd duringthe by' a line parallel with Peck street,to-wit: middle proof*(sealed)frtt to iry can on applkauoa. I4 k7 all Druggists t r
I month of February.1896. $57 45. one-third of mat half of Block 28, extent and EniEMEDlCALGOMBUFFALOK.Y. l lSTIIDY1
II in your neighborhood this season description as in deed by Calm GUU and wife
Putnam School Board filed
County ..
ORGANS. Peter Petermann
to --
III PLANT OUR FAMOUS I their financial statement for month of Upon such sale being made I win execnje aM
\ I I deliver to the pnreBairr of the said mortgaged HOME
PIANO TDNIN'G; A GREAT SPE- February. premises a rood; and eoJBeient deed thereof Right in Sight
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tOne
I' 1 Several certificates were then handed upon receipt of the parekae BMUWT.HEHRY .
\ I CIALTY. in to the Board snowinz the nomina-- 8TRUSZ, Sure Shown
Saving
Master la .
Chancery.E.
Special --
\ Mr. CHILDS was traveling salesmanand non made for Mayor and Aldermen for K. HASKELL,Complalnaafi Solicitor.m5.4w .
in of which are described and illustrated tuner for twenty years for P. P. city of Palatka On motion ordered Well send yoa our General Catt Hundred( Lessons
In beautiful and entirely logue and Buyers Guide if you
our Weriein's great Souhern music houseof that the Chairman and Clerk of the
New Catalogue for 1896. A new Board to have the election tickets for WAITED cod uses cents in stamp 'rbatpays
I New Orleans Mr. Werlein madea In of the Common Branches
feature this Is the Free delivery part postage exprcssage,and any
season he city of Palatka printed at the ex-
of Seeds at Catalogue t prices to public assertion that Mr. Chllds was keeps offIt's kOen.; given by mail for only FIVE DOL-
of tbe city of Palatka and in LL nds. Must Be
any Post Office. This New Cata the best piano tuner In the city of NewOrleans. pense Florida a Dictionary of Honest Value; LARS.
to the laws of Florida.On .
wi9 l mail on receipt of a conformity FaIl of important in&xxnatkn oa
logue" we
motion ordered that Commissioner for Cash Special attention to persona prepexrIne -
Cheap
2< ttsmAortothoseabowillsinea1iere Mr. CHILDS keeps the best and matter where you boy. 700 Pages,
they saw this advert semcnt.,the cheapest Pianos ever sold in the South. Hancock sell to Geo. Enowles apiece Ujooo fflusiratiana: teDs of 40/100, for the STATE TEACHERS' EX

Catalogue wffl be mailed Free I All orders can be Jeft at Cochrane's > of rope belonging to the countyat Describe fully In detail and be explicit articles and richt price of each. OMero&t AMINATION. I

book store or may be sent through the Rice Creek ferry at 10 cents rpoDnd. as to the Improvements. Also only between maker and tues.Getb. Batbfaetion guaranteed. Bend *
I lPEiERiBuesNfcGo.1SftrTCortlaa4tanJrrvT postoffice. t tate size and condition of buildings If .
for Trial Lesson.L .
a
stamp
Residence: First street second door The following bill were ordered there are any. Address M8PmJ0MERY WARD 4 ca..
:: xk., and the derk instructed to draw J. C. PRICE Address L HIKES. Managor.
i r from)fcLut,'.store. paid, IH-l6 .Mldilgin Aye. '
i PALATKA. FLA. warrants for the same: fell THE Fun, Chicago BL J..a- P.wM. Pie.S .




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