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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: April 17, 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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:AW ILKW TiMEfttEartabWhed lcoUdat.Qla7t.. 1893. PALATKA FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1896. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 3NO. 52


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I Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latest U.S. Gov't ReportB&king .:


MARCUS LOEB & 'CO. JSTOTICE-: : I oVal :




CONTEMPLATING A CHANGE IN MY BUSINESS,

which will require more room, I have concluded to reduce Powder

my entire stock of Crockery and Housefurnishing

Goods, and to do this I offer the following BSOUJTEI.Y PURE

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INDUCEMENTS FOR THIRTY DAYS CITY COC3CIL.: and the teachers would wait on' 'th*

I city the city ought to extend the time.
NEW BOARD ORGANIZED WEDNESDAY The motion to appropriate 8407 for
Oak Chamber Suites Chairs 'XIOHT-SCHOOL En" Q>E1). the extension of the term of School .So j

worth $75 00. .......for $55 00 reception and parlor The Aldermen of Palatka all assem- 1 to May 22 was adopted .almost unanimously. -
worth 6Q 00. ........for 45 00 worth 350. . .. ....for 250 bled at the council chamber soon after I. .
worth 40 ..... 30 00 2 75............ ..far 2 00 7:30 on Wednesday night: and were The board then took a recess till
worth 30 00. .....for 2' 50 hIgh b'lt dinner\tlth 2 50 for 200 called to order by the president of the I next Tuesday night. .,
worth 25 00. ....for 20 50 It II II 2 00 for 160 old board, Alderman Kennerly. On

worth 22 00..... ...for 19 00 .a a. 115 for 135 roll call fourteen aldermen answered Lt's G WART Cocou BALSAM baa no
worth 20 .... ..... 1800 II 160 for 100 to their names, and the call for the I equal as a remedy for Coughs Colds
worth 18 00. ........tor 16 00 chamber chains 15o for 100 meeting was read. The call specified I
Influenza Bronchitis and all disease
worth 1100.... .. ..for 1500 II II S 100 for 75II the object of the meeting to be the <<
.. 85 for 65 election of a President,Clerk, Tax Assessor of the Throat and Lungs. Made only
W. W.Springs, all sizes II wood seat 65 for 50 Tax Collector,Treasurer. Chief by R H. Bond & Co., Baltimore lid.
worth $3 ro.... .. .for $2 75 II II .. II 50 for 35 of Police, for the appointment of the For sale by Ackennan Ss Stewart PJ
.. worth 3 00. ...... ....to! 2 25 Camp Stools werth 50 for 25 minor officials, and for any other! proper latka. Fla.
.. ,. Bracets business.It .
Easels Pictures at cost :
1 Japanned Springs, all iron was voted that the elections must IS* AsTED.-Lafiet: pleasant room,
worth $3 60. . ....for $2 85 Window Shades, Old Reliable I be-bv ballot and that a majority vote near Post-Office. None but the beet.
of the council should be required to PAUL HE lat
Mattresses Regular Size, worth $1.00 for 85cHCBY elect. Care Postmaster.

,...., : AND COTtOll II. II II 75. for 60oa. The chair by authority of the council -

,... worth $6 00..... .. .. .for $5 00 II .a 50. for 400 appointed Aldermen Ray and Jef- I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
worth 4 25.... .... ..for 3 25 fords tellers.
s'nuw AND r.0Tr01II' Carpe15-All.W I n....I n. Alderman Stevens nominated S. J. Preaching ty: the pastor at 11 a. m.

worth $3 25. . .... .for $2 50 4-4, worth 700, for ..........521 nominate resident, and Alderman and 7:30 p. m.
STR.Aw-fullsUe II II 6Se. for '''''Hu,60 Ray Marcus Loeb. Alder Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer

oLJ.kL worth $2 50. .. .. ....for $1 15 Ingrain Mixed, worth 60. for 45 man Loeb declined and the nominatIOn meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
w-half size II II 50. for 31i was withdrawn, with the remark that

worth '1 ST1U.75..... ......for $I 25 h II II 40, for 32 Mr. Loeb was well deserving of he ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR .
honor. On motion the tellers then ca.stthe
KOSI 000 worth $6 00.... for 500 BRUSSELS CARPETS vote of the board, and S. J. Ken-
a. 00 worth 6 00.... for 4 00 :: .. elected. TAX A8SI8 ()R.
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Worth r $125, f or. ..... 95 nerly was unanimously
II 0 worth 4 do ....I or 3 25 a,. 100. for.... ........ For the position of Clerk, Harry I hereby announce mysetf candidate for reelection -
any size Yattreu made to order ai 75. for............62 Cooper was the only applicant, and the to the office ot Tax Ateesenr of P tnam "

a. 65. for.... .... ....55 tellers cast the vote of the board accordingly. County,subject te the Democratic W. )(. WILLIAMSFORCOrsTA Primarta.
Bedsteads sIze
SPRING andSUMMERCLOT any .
from $1 6O. ..... .... $5 00 Matting For Tax Assessor, the applications .
were from II. E. Davis, Peter Gardner JI'DGE.Iberebyan.oaaanyscUas
Tables, Oak Parlor At-\t any price to get rid of It. and R. IL Cooper, It required three a andidarefir

lArge, worth f7 00......for $5 50 ballots to decide. First ballot, Davis, re-electkm to the office if County Judge.ui
Putnam )I. I. COIL
II II 600..for 460 Rugs-B m1mas 3; Gardner, 4; Cooper, 7. Second-: County. -.... .
II 450... ...for 350 Large, worth '600 for.$4 75 Davis, 2; Gardner, 5; Cooper, 7. The -
,. II 500 for..... 375.a I FOR SUPERINTENDEVT OF PCBLIC; 158TRCCT10X. -
medium II 350......for 275 third ballot cave Cooper the necessary
26O..for 175 Medium II 460 tor..... 350 8 votes, Davis losing one, and R. ff. .
If If 200..... .for 150 II 400 for..... 300 Cooper was declared elected. I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection
Oak stands 175..for 125 If 325 for..... 2501m. For Tax Collector: Dr. B. E, Morgan to the office of Superintendent ,;

INGBEGIN Walnut 2 25.... .for 175 .. II 275 for. .... 200 being the only applicant he was elected PvbUe Inunction of Putnam County, auhjeci
II II 150..for 100 Small II 100 for..... 75 in short order. to UM actiun of the Democratic Prim ne .

II II stands 125..for 75 II II 75 for..... 45 For Treasurer,two applications had THUS. W. RALPILFOR
been filed-Dr. W. H. Cyrus and T. B.
.- .,..- ". .- Anderson and the aldermen TRCASCEZE.
.., :" Iron Bedsteads Baskets prepare
their ballots three times. On the firs I hereby announce myself a candidate for f'I'I-
enamelled, brass trImmed All Styles from lOe up. ballot 7 voted for Cyrus, 6 for Anderson elections* the,officef Trea serer of rutnae-
';:"'_ "'M'"t_.... worth '1000...........for $1 50 and one blank. Then blank voted County,subject to the action of the Democratic
TOCOME: IN MEANWHILE. WE WILL 8 ro...... .....for 6 00 Crockery-D1nn Sets. for Anderson, and that made a tie. The Primaries. B. L. ULTEXTIIAI.

\ .. 7 ........ 5 00)( China, worth $35 00)() for...$26 50 third ballot, however, gave Andersonthe
any. style and size price In proportion II II 2200 for.. 17 50 necetsary 8 votes and he was de- FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
..' ., .. \ II II 20 00 for. 1600 clared elected- I.hereby announce uyceif a* a candidate
Backers, rattan stained English 2000 for. .. 1550 For Chief of Police, M. J.Truemanand re-nomination for the office of Tax Collector of'Putnam
any color a' II 1650 for. .. 1250 S. A. Baker were the applicants. County,subject to the action ot the

SELL ALL HEAVY WEIGHT CLOTHINGAND large full size worth $8 50 for 700 If a. 1500 for. .. 1115 Alderman Hen eveld rose to inquireIf tanocratie Primaries F. C. ELASCHARD.FOR .
< II It" 750 for 600 The above contain from 102 to 130 Mr. Baker was a citizen of Palatka.
II II II II 600 for 460 The President wished to know if he
.. pIeces. CLERK CIRCUIT COCRT. i iI
medium gents 760 for 600 inquired of the chair.
hereby r*'pectf' nHy anmMufce myself u a
II II 660 for 5 00 Library. Alderman Hen geveld said he did.
Lamps-Hanging. candidate for re-nomination Clerk of
as the
GENTS1 FURNISHING' GOODS ladles II 7 50 for 6 00 Worth. $12 00. for.$9 50 President Kennedy replied that he Circuit Court, Putnam County, rabjei to the
was not in position to inform him.
.. II 550for 00 .. 975, for.... .... .. 725 Alderman lIeD eveld-1'hen I shall Democratic Primaries. JObKPH PRICE.
400 .. for......... 500
700.
.. .,. .. I' 4.25 for 300 vote for Trueman. FOR SHERIFF.
as 500, for.... .... .. 325 The ballot resulted-Trueman, 9
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OAK and MAPLE I hereby revpeetfaUy announce myself a* a
.-' gents worth f6 00..for 4 50 LAMPS-Banquet. New Style. Baker, 4. M. J. Trueman was declared candidate for re>nominttion Sheriff of Putnam

a' II 4. 50..for 3 26 Worth 9 75. for ........ ....7 25 Chief of Police.It County, subject to the Democratic PrtDiaries. -

AT COST a. II 3Q.......for 225 II 750, for ...-........5 50 the was Sanitary decided to Inspector defer the and electionof City -:.-..-... J. W. HAUAX.

ladles II 300.......for 2 25 LAMPS-Vase_Parlor, ChIna. Attorney to another n.eetlng. .
For of Public Instruc
II II 2 50.... ...for 175 Worth' 7 50' for. ............5 50 The President announced that, following Superintendent
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as a' 2 00..for 125 II 500. for .... .... ....3 75a' precedent, he should rule that tion.IJberebv.anDounce

f 350. for.... .........225II applicants for these offices must include myself as a candidate *
\ Wall Paper 2 50. for .... .... ....175 in their applications bids on the for Superintendent of Public

WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A FULL L'NE Per Roll. .... ........ ........50 as 2 00. for ... .... ....1 35 salary.procedure If the Board ho would wished entertain to changethat a instruction, subject to the action of the r"
Glean 25c and
I Lamps, up complete. Democratic Primary.J. .
Toilet Sets motion.
Genuine Rochester Lkmps worth
.3 Pie=es. worth '200 tor...$115 3 50. now 2 75. complete. Alderman Nugent Palatka thought it was not N. OrEimui/fi.
dignified for to call for bids onsalaries !
and men in competitionon For the jnslaturr.
put
On all my fancy China and Glassware, I have cut the the price for their labor. The officeof GRANDLY, FLA., April 6,18'JG.

OF LADIES' price in half. The articles I have in my store are too nu- Sanitary Inspector was an important fcditor Times-Herald ,

"'- merous to mention, but the reduction includes every ar- one could, and afford the to city pay should and the fix the applcantsmust sum 11 We, the cUiaens of We t Putnam I

ticle.' This is not an advertising scheme, but a legitimate decide beforehand whether they county Wan hereby candidate announce for : lion. J. 1'. '
as a Representative
could afford to work fur the sum l'
notice to the people. I mean business and you can con- offered. from Putnam county. CITIZENS. I II
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vince yourself by calling afrmv store. President Kennerlv said he was o lj
The Following the precedent, and that he A Card from lion J. p. \fall. J JTo
OXFORD TIES and SLIPPERS. above prices are for CAS and do not include I
would gladly entertain a motion to
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packing or delivery. change, and that without a motion the the People of Puiuam> C.- .rat} :

gentleman! was 'rat ot order. When I returned from th'- :Ia-t seatr5

B. L. LILIENTHAL Alderman Nugent moved ttat the sloe of the Legislature in '>u. :Mate 4 x"-
Board fix the salary of the Sanitary
j ln+pector. On this motion five voted up to a very lerent date, I (1'1' Iv intended

uo and three voted 3 es.The SOT to auk the people ot thi
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IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES Lcn:1.OD.::: Stroot. DEPrvlrttltct, F'lttl! applicants for sanitary<"' T,nspeetor county to make me a member <.f t

atd City Attorney must send in their body again, for reasons that I thug r
applications to the next meeting, and
-- was sufficient, but I bee in the past i>or
stale the sum they will serve for.
JtisslonarT Services at St James( E. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS Two policemen and one scavenger Of Tim TI3IEg-IIERALD. With COLumcatioBS r
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Church Sunday Night were next to be elected. P. M.Hagan ( frum other parts of lie
Remaining in the I'alatka Post-office
and J. II. Pullen were selected as
for the policemen county, that my neighbors! and fnerrit
The regular Easter and Missionary week endirg April 17,1890: and E. Boyle as Scavenger.
determined otherwise that I soal .
kervices of the St. James Methodist GENTS' ugr. The Clerk announced a message from are ,

Church were observed last Sunday evening Bean, D Brown. Albert S His Honor the Mayor, which was read.A At least be a candidate before UK pri-

having been postponed a week, Hood. Robert Lang. Frank petition, signed by several pages maries. This eixmtaueoni>> action on
Conference Lee, James Place, Walter S of names of teachers and pupils of their part Is very gratifying to ra''. and
account of the quarterly -
on :School >o. 1, was read by the Clerk,
Robvrson.Charlie ReJish Sam
I would be less than hun a i
which convened the Sunday pre- w'
asking for the extension of the school .
Shelton Comthns Walker C W
vious. The exercises were very interesting Williams: S. term for one month to May 22. serve them to the be tof n. s'..,:i\
,and were conducted by Mrs R. It was stated,as a matter of infor- elected. J. P W.'L.: .
S. Moonev, who, in a few well chosen LADIES LIST. mation by the President, that there

< remarks,explained the object of the Brooks B Campbell Addie was but little cash In the treasury; thatit When neryoue IMU ran doWII) "bi .
Woman's Missionary Board, and men Jackson, A R (2) r.oMrh. Joe would $407 to continue the
require the blood is out of order writa < a
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deeds ;
tioned a few of the many good Rvals. Lucinda. school another month; but that the
that have been accomplished by this Persons ca'hng! for the above letters teachers were perfectly wUling to wait feel languid and tired frnc. II"> aj'parr -
Society. The recitations by the small will please av "ADVERTISED." for their salaries till the city was in ot CAD**, take HarsatNtnilit and .:
children as well as the older ones W. P. AXDEKSOX P. M. funds. Celery 'Jompounl. It our -t* T"fola.
boils. Eczema and all dloear.of> the ;
well chosen and largely .
were appre- Alderman Estes thought. just AS he
iy ciated by the congregation.The Ueadacbe bad Pet plea I>in Pins blood. CarrtNenron Elba -llvu
did when he voted to close the school Bon
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Uyiteria Made cnly b< @
talented choir In their usual fat
lis Palofal Accident.As on April 24. The city could not affordto Ct)., Baltimore Md. tyr sale !
manner their attentive
delighted extend the term, and he should Aekerman & Stewart Palntka, Fla. .
teners by rendering a number of choice Mr. Ling Rossignol was removing vote against the extension. .. 1--
selections, which added greatly to the some machinery from the old Alderman Hengeveld thought the '

success of the entertainment.The Darby mill,In East Palatka, to bring It schools should be favored even if the Fifty Dollars Reward.
church was very artistically was compelled to economize in 1 will a reward of fc 0 for
decorated with choice flowers andevergreens to this city,a large steam pipe fell on city pay
the house crowdedto his head, Inflicting a very severe, other directions. certain identification of the period
and was
though we hope not fatal wound. Aldermen Loeb, Stevens and Xu- who poisoned dog, ".Tap.14t \ '
its utmost capacity, standing room my pointer
had heard from their constituents.
Drs. Cyrus and Welch are 'attendinghim. gent
MARCUS LOEB & CO. being at a premium. Upon inquiry they found that the Anton W. C. RAnGEO

per rally favored an extension,
D. Bobannoo: a prominent citizen Fred. W.Parscb of Fruitland, was and as {jtj were willing to ,pay fpr.it Dr. Price' crews Baking Pow<
., I of Ha'hiD wa* in the city this wvek. lit the city Wednesday.! wield.Pair Hi.W (Medal a 41 Dlato si e
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atpw Police Picking p. J:. BECKS

"Hattie Ward and Maggie Shea ,

t were arrested last night on Hancock
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
street and locked up in Clay street

Q station
WAGQNSAnd
"John Schafer,-aged ten years was '

\0 !C, seriously wounded Friday night by a

shot from another boy_of thirteen. I
Ills life la dee paired of. The lads were Other Vehicles.

__ 4 \ 1/ in a public house en Sixth k'enue-it

Thus indefinitely might extract betaken
LEMON AND FOURTH
CORNER STREETS.
i 1 from the columns of the daily

papers and the records of the police
BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE
eomt One can scarcely take up a SHOEING.

4)) ft daily paper without finding accounts
of women degraded depraved
boys
have experienced Workmen in all Departments
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1 : our a Stock of the
rI and men mined. The mind Instinct-
-I VERY BEST: MATERIAL, ana we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION both in price
ively inquires. What demon has en- and style of work. 27-1
tered into the abodes of and
"" 1tpp men
.; / U RFATRP' stolen from them their title to manhoxir -

rh PLANT SYSTEM.
To behold woman,who was designedto

I be a helpmate to man, the embodiment -t

Superior To All Sarsaparillas. i. of human virtues a companionto LILIES

,,-.. point Mm to a higher life, to be- 4259 I
' J hoU her thus sank in degradation and
; r Down in Georgia, over fifty years ago, a xparvelous medicine was discovered. It was whatis robbed of her purity, may well cause REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTSIN
now known as P.P. P., (Ltfpmnn't Great Remedy), and its fame'and reputation has been9't'
to and That
growing with the years. DS stop thudded she
For Rheumatism, Blood Poisoning, Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders back and joints does "pat an enemy in her month to -
Dyspepsia, Malaria, Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equa1t d. steal away her brains" the above Alabama Carolina
Pain is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by Police Pickicjrs" testify. Georgia, South ,
its wonderful nence. .
y P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic and strengthener. Weak women should always takeP. And we 88.oy.., tot yet past the Florida Cuba and Nova Scotia..
P. I'. It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughoutthe years of childhood,amid the demoralizing
country, because we publish the formula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the influence of the bar-room engaged Perfect Passenger Service I Ifr
most that it is health restorer. '.
skeptical a genuine in
u' \ aortal combat under the influence *
> : of whiskey I
Read The Truth And Be Convinced.
What a etory does this tell us of the
t-1& social degradation and alarming tendency
\ A Wonderful Cure. anent thin;. We handle about one dozen bottlei a
week. of a large portion of the citizens
I wu a martyr to muacular! rheumatism for thirty Dra.J.>(.A M.T.RICHARDSON Piedmont,S.C.
yean; tried all mediant* and doctor. with no per. of our boasted free country!
lament relief. I waa advised to take P. P. P.. and ,
before I had finished two bottle my pain kubctdedo Hot Springs Surpassed. It tell ns of homes that are not
I was able to work. I feel better than I hare for home, of brutal husbands and fathers,.
years,and am confident of a complete recovery. A bottle of P. P. P..has done me mere-good than
I J.S.DCPRISS Newnanvffle, PIa. three months'treatment at the Hot Springs Ark. of vagrant mothers of children grow.
JAMES M. \ WTON.Aberdeen Brown Ox,O. y Ing up in the streets and wretched

Testimony from the Mayor. ,. haunts of vice. Such children are
"suffered with RhenmatUm for fifteen yean,tried Pimples Sores and Eruptions Cured.
foni.il
an the co-calk-d specifics, but to no purpose. My by thousands in our land. They
grandson got me a bottle of P. P. P., and I feel like a I take great pleasure in testifying; to the efficient have bo'lies to be cared for characters _
DeW maD, qualities of the popular medicine for akin dueaws =
W.II.WILDER Mayor of Albany. known as P. P.P. I suffered for several yean with to be formed, and souls to be
an unsightly! and disagreeable eraption on my face. >
1 After taking three bottles in accordance with dtrecttops saved or !lost To whom is the woe
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a From Two Well-known Physicians. ,I am courtly cured. 1 1ve pronounced? Search Holy Writ for
are having a big aale for your P. P. P., and Capt.J.D.JOHNSTOX, the the continues
we prescribe it In a greatmany cues,and Audit an cx- Savannah Ca. of Johnston*Co. answer. If nation
to raise such youths what monbters

The above letters are taken from many received by us. p. p. P.; (Li man'$ / will it soon be called upon to deal
Great Remedy,) is a medicine whose virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific.P. with Alas!.alas! Has not tho time 3 CHEAT EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY [TUB

P. P. begins its work by purifying the blood, which is the source of all life, i already coma when this fearful 'evil PLANT SYSTEM. '

and does not cease until a perfect and entire cure is effected. (crime caused by drunkenness) 'confronts THE FINEST FISHING and BOATING IN THE WORLD !

The mortifying eruptions that disfigure the complexion, the tired feeling that pre. ns on every hand

vents thorough accomplishments of the daily tasks, sleepless nights loss*of appetite, But it is not'alone in the police records Plant fcjSteanisliip T ine,
irritability of disposition, all mean a derangement of the system consequent from that we behold the worst ,phaseof .
impure blood, which can and will be cured by P. P. P. / -
the blighting of this arch rwo ELEGANT HIPS E' WEE
1t P. P. P. {lil man'.t Great Remedy), is conceded by physicians and the peopleto alcohol. power ,
fiend, It la that
be the Greatest Blood Purifier of the Age. It positively and permanently f should necessary Port Tampa, IWWestyjind Havana.
thread the dark
we recta and
cures. For sale by'all druggists or direct from us; price $i a bottle, six bottles for$5.
narrow alleys enter the miserable One Elegant ShM Every Wee between

tl LlPPMAR BRDS.. no': u. LIppman Block SAVANNAH. GA. { hovels and cellars of our cities and J
i k look upon the pa1 -faced and brokenhearted POPT TAMPA: an MOBILE:

r q wife and mother,once the.joy
LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.
and pride of her father's household

She can tell yon of sleepless nights B. W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.LivirrgstoWs.

days of anguish, weeks of toil, hungerand --

suffering, abusive words and
brutal blows of a drunken husband
Petition to the President Notice.'
W. A.
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and the plieous cries of cold, hungry
The following petition, gotten up Notice is hereby given that competl PALATKAon children.! Not simply In one, two or

and signed by the citizens of Mann.: live examinations of applicants for ap- three, but In tens, of thousands of
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN
r ville. has been forwarded to President pointment to a cadetship at the United homes does this conquering demon -

Cleveland: States Naval Academy at Annapolis, bind his victims with bonds strong as '
To His Honor Grover Cleveland President and a cadetship at the United States steel. lIe breathes his blighting FURNITURE AND HOUSE-FURNIING[ GOODSHandsome

of the United States: Military Academy at West Point will the direct line breath upon the: high and the low, the

We, your fellow-citlzens: believing be held at Jacksonville, Fla., on May nobliii of men and the fairest of Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than has ever been scld n Palatka,

.that justice, humanity and Christianity lUbe 1800, or as soon thereafter as of travel between women, upon him who Is the pride Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lowest

all demand that the Cubans, who are practicable, by a board consisting of and idol of many hearts, and withersthe prices.

retrug:ling to free themselves from the Mr. W. B. Clarkson of Jacksonville, New York fairest prospects and brightest In fact you will find BARGAINS in any end everything yon want, at any

ijranlcal vole of Spain and establish Mr. H. P. Bays of Lake City and Col. hopes. He is the boldest of thieves and all times.

a government of their own,are entitledto Chas. II. Cabaniss, jr., of Gainesville. and the most adroit of seducers. He Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed.

full recognition of their independence For admission to Naval Academy, will steal a man1 health money,

by the Government of the United applicant must be over fifteen and brains and morals and seduce him Corner Lemon and Third Streets
from the path of rectitude and honor ,
States do molt respectfully and earnestly under twenty years of age on Septemer Havanaa.TX.L
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luto the ..at cf crime, disgrace and .. ,-
s t petition tbat YOU, as the Chief 1st, 1806; for admission to Military death. ,

J of this Government, grant. Academy, applicant must be between
Executive: :
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\ m. To throttle inch a foe and deliver SCIIEI>ULEor :
p the same by recognizing: the govern- seventeen and twenty-two years of age from his Iron grasp his hell less victims -

: ment of the oppressed and struggling I on June 15lh,1897; applicants mutt be Jacksonville and to cave from his murderous THE-

4Ulizf of Cuba. bona flde residents of the Second Congressional clutches the threatened millions whoIs

We can assure YOU that at least nine- District of Florida. One not ready to lend an encouragingvoice Beach & Miller Line.
tenths of the jeopleof our country will appointee and one alternate will be Tampa and and helping hand? A common

not only approve of the act, but will designated for each Academy. I reserve Christianity demand, and a common

think you, while the ftrnggling and the right not to appoint any person We humanity should urge us to io" all in
oppressed will forever shower blessingskipon Key s Steamer Crescent.From .
your name. whose appointment, for any reason, I our power to drive this curie from

may deem not to be for the good of the our+xnd. H. M. R. Jacksonville 830L m., Sundays Dues lays an) Thursday

ELECTRIC BITTERS. service. Railway.North From Crescent City at 7:30 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday
is medicine suited C. M COOPER. A lion's This f
[Electric Bitters a
Excursion from Crescent City to Palatka andlrc-
r any season but perhaps more genlly We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward -
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needed, when the languid exuatcd Here is a diamond, here a piece of for any case of Catarrh tbat cannot turn Every Friday.
charcoal. Both carbon 7 yet between and be cured by Hall's Catarrh Core:
fueling prevails, when their hem stands the mt;ht'enof! magicians south: F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Proprietors, S"teaJXl.cr: : Pioneer

Is torpid and sluggish and thed Toledo, Ohio. Frc.m Palatka daily at 2 30 p. m., for Dray:on Island! and waylandings.
Lino
Nature. The food
of a tonic and alterative i I. felt. A on your table We, the oDde .t;ned, have knownF. ,
optuseof this medicine has often and your own body; elementally the Throughthe J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and R. J. ADAMS Agent.
lied long and pei bans fatal} bilious same; yet between the two stands the believe him perfectly honorable in al! aVh&rl foot of Lemon Street

rs. No medicine will act more digestion, the arbiter of growth or de- business transactions, and financially
eounteractingand freein thesays able to out made
in obligations
e t y carry any
Im from the malarial powon. Ilead- dine, life or death. by their< firm.

aWl Indigestion, Constipation, Dizzi We cannot make a diamond, we can Heart Florida WEST t Tnt:AX, Wholesale Druggists. Sts; George Hotel
ness 1e1d to Electric BUtr 50c. and not make flesh, blood and bone. No. Of I Toledo, Ohio.
\1: per Bottle at Acierman; & Stewart But by meat| of the Shaker Digestive WALDIXO, KI 1'lAY' & MABVIN, ,
Store. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Drug
Cordial we can enable the stomach to Ask !IaU', Catarrh Cure is taken internally CENTRAL ORANGE STREET.
\ A Card front Mr- Aieiaader.Jacksonville digest food which would otherwise fer- acting directly: upon the blood

\ Fla.,April 13.Suitor ment and poison the system. In all for and mucous surfaces of the system. Under Entire New Management.
THn-UBl n."pwiDR forms of dyspepsia and incipient consumption Ticketsvia Price ;.')c. per oottle. Sold bv all druggists
business which with weakness, loss of flesh, Testimonials free J A.S. G-4.l\IBLljJ: lr'i.
to important thin blood, nervous prostration the the J. T. & K. W. op'r.THOROUGHLY .

calls me unexpectedly to Washington, Cordial is the successful remedy. Taken RENOVATED, CIJ2A.VED and RE-FURNISHED in

I will i not be able to fit! any of my pub-De witb food it relieves at once. It nourishes Write the General Passenger: HAZEL & NEDBECK every department, making the accommodations first-class, and cuisine unex,
lisb d appointments, except one at and assists nature to nourish. A ceptionable. Electric lights excellent sewerage and pure water. Having been
Leo Springs to-morrow the 14th. I trial bottle-enough to chow ItS merit for Information identified with the hotel business for Tears, the resent management feels sure
will turn lOOn and resume a thorough -10 cent. Agent i Have on hand a large number of fine of pleasing his patrons. { "Raies, ;tl.CO and $2.00 per dav.
of the district, of which due STALL-FED CATTLE and are in a
canvass LAXOL is the bert medicine for chil
notice will be given dren. Doctors recommeed it in placeof W. B. Coffin G. Ackely : position to offer special inducements to
J. E. ALEXAXDBR. OiLPINE dealers, as regard both quality and
.. Castor price. WUl be glad of the opportunityto European Restanrant.
breaking points in a pair of Ge1! Supe .tHde.'. Cut Panes cr Af The:
TAR SYRUP
throughout the State. Stock will run
f
: are the strongest points in the i FURNISHED ROOMS.
pants until Jane 1st.
and Colds. JACKSONVILLE.FEMALE mm
I cares Coughs .
;. BUCKSKIN BREEbllES. If YOU expwt Quickly For particulars terms, etc., addreesa : I ..UIe..Me.aDd llJB"
them to rip In the seat or at the : Peek's drug store, corner Second and HAZEL XEUBECK, : Oysters Chops and Steaks
Wholesale Cattle ,
you'll be agreeably disap- Lemon streets 2".A ..A A; "1iiI Dealers I ,
pockets, Caveats and TradeJJarfcs obtained cad an Fat- Regular Meal 25 cent CaB for what you wantCIL1S.
all about ripetears .... ... ,.. Palatka, Fla. eat .._coodttctt4far MoomaTC fcia. <>
found out -=<= '- '
We
PG ted. PILLS. GP Will sell on foot per car, f. o. b Ova Orrrctra0oarr5USaae.Prrwrromet ; j I tit-DtNNERcarried lOaD)'part.ltb.aty
Our are riptad NOTICE OF APPLICATION. aa4w.caaKcar e ."anta L4 UM tha*;,
*a$ long ago. pants IIHIfIIT. IrnI Palatka, or will fill orders for Dressed I KUPPERBUSCH
rst i from '
fgMota Wastafttfu ,
', tear proof. They fit, too. AH this After the publication of this notice } .udau Meat. Try it mh2Q- i Sand model drawing or photo, with deiutp< '
each ten day, I will apply to the Board of .4 by wraf..w1 tic*, WtadVue.U puenuU cc, ant. Eras at I M2fr-tf Proprietor.
.as warranted-guarantee in pocket. eri:. c: dauze- the fee Mace fiat t11J t. I '
\, Pardons of the State of Florida for a fjlRW _....._ ... .... .towjuuir ti wits
BOND i Ata
: IlL &noli .a. Send to for =
v.w PINE TAR
Owinn to the drought in Bengal theglee pardon for the crime of murder, for .. pi.. ....... i COM W U. &andEae.iDsao..rnsa SYRUP
of India wfll be 19 pert which I am now confined in the State's TWD MATTING. They Quickly cures
crop last and! prison.! HORACE LEE. ClliW v 1\I: are C.A. S N OW&. C 0. ,
ot. than year's
smaller crop drug store corner Second and
.21 Per cent below the average. Palatka, Fix,,March 11, 1800. T fold by ACKH MAN &:; STEWART, so cheap for cash. err. .nwT aenca..&a.'UTe"D.C. | Lemon streets.I .




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IllFI i PALATKA JACKSONVILLE, Fzu... Nor. 30.

x 01jCoU1j Groceries- The SOCTHERK RAILWAY has put
Corrected Weekly by Gay
into and.
operation the most elaborate
and Kirkland.
complete schedule of Sleeping Oar:
: Sugar, Standard Flo.Graou1a
II, I Extra "C" Sugar at."........ Lines ever operated between Fkn-ida
Dry Salted Boston Beffios....
Dry Baited Western Bellies.... and the North. Both the East and -ho

That heritage of rich and poor, has saved I Lard Dry Salted,compressed Western,.. In Backs tierce..... West are included in the service. 3a-

many a life. For Throat and Lung affections .i" Cured" Hams.80-lb. ....tins.Sugar .... side the two lines running daily oo-

I.. Picnic Hams.... tween Jacnonvilie and New York via
it is invaluable. It fairs i to Cough ..
never cure 1 Kh .older* ".. ..
Corned Beef, IsSs .. .. F. C. A P., Southern Railway, uid

Cold, Croup and Whooping-Cough. DR. BULL'SCOUGH i Roast Beef. Is..:::.:::::::....::...:::::: :: Pennsylvania Railway, the fa'D jus

SYRUP is the best. Price 25 cents. I" .. 2*.... ....... .... .. CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LlMITZO
Flour Fancy Western,First !'
t\ Chew LANCE'S PLUCS,The Great"!lace.Asti/otetOc Dealers or maaAC.Ur.r* Ce,BafteJUi. FUnr,Second Patent do has been reestablished. This *

Rice,Carolina Good. .."..".
Fancy .... .... ... ........ solid vestibuled train of baggage, marl,

Tax Notice. Cheese Butter,Fancy Fancr Eastern Full Cream(.'' : express and day coaches and drawing

I will be at 1.. U Morgan's April 21. Commissioner's Sale.IN new Syrup Orleans-Floridaper Molasses gal..:....:::.. ::: i i room sleeping cars. It runs through

Interlachen. April 22. Cracker Vaaderveer A I without change, leaving JaeksonMlle
MATTER OF ESTATE OF EDWIN P. Standard XXX....
w ii L- Kruka (rnorniuz), April 23. Lemon Cracker ... at 7 p. m. daily by the F. C. & P. R til-

Johnson (evening), April 23. RISER, DECEASED. SALE OF REAL Ginger Snap."... road and reachlne Cincinnati the next
McMeekm April 24. Extra Toast... .. ,
i ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS. Assorted Mixed day at 7.43 p. m. This train has aiM a
Cone April 25. .
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Condensed Milk-Eagle; ""
11 U! Monroe Mill, Anrit27. BY VIRTUE OF AND IN ACCORDANCEwith : Champion. sleeping car from Jacksonville to St.
an order sued oat of the HoDl ..v do do Bell Brand.. I
i Baldwin's School ITousc, April 29. 4 aunty Judge's Court of the County of Putnam, do do Challenge Louis via Atlanta, Birmingham and
I'utnam flail April 30. and State of Florida dated the 28th day of do do Dim..... ......... :
Orandin. May 1. March. A. D. 18Jb, wherein 1 was appointed a Canned Vegetables-No.3 Holly Springs, the most direct route.
4Y 3ommisftioncrtoseilthe real estate of the late do Xo. 2 Tomatoes... : : I The SOUTHERN RAILWAY has also
HolliBter, May 5. tMwin P. Hiser. deceased: to pay debts owing do No.I Okra and
Francis, May 6. by his estate. .. do No.2 Marrow I pat. on Sleeping Car lines between
Therefore L as said Commissioner,win offer MO No.. t KarlJ'Jan
Palatka.; May 7 and 8, and until for sale, for cash at public at front do No J Boston Baked Tampa and Kansas City, and between
cgt ftha
finished. door of the Court House, in do No.2 Boston Brown "
Jacksonville and & In oon-
Putnam State of Florida and Table Irish Potatoes Cincinnati
For the of Re- County. daring -per
41 turns. purpose receivingTax the legal hours of sale, on the Red Onions do .... .. nection with the Plant System via.
Yellow Onions,
#rTake's'the CaKe' W. M. WlLUUts, Assessor.! 4TH DAY OF MAY. A. D. I3r*, Early Rone for seed per ... .. Je*up. The ,Cincinnati train, with al
said day being the first Monday of said month Beauty Hebron for
the following described real estate to-wit: Chili |{ed for need ...... through sleeper, leaves Jacksonville
AU of Sections 4J and 60, in Township 10, Golden Cottolene,00 Ib tins..
The World's Fair i daily at 11:30 and reazhes Atlanta
rr 193.92 p. m.,
Range 27. East containing acres. Also TOBACCO, &
begin on Wigtins: grant lino Rowley's most Duke Clprettes.I()........ .... at 11:45 a. m. the next day and
showed ,
no baking pow. southern corner; thence south 85 degrees east. Sensation Cut. Plug( ,t os... ...
][ HI.20 chains along line between Sections 43 and Kid' ....... Cincinnati at 7:20 a. m. the second day.
tt'le so p' re or so great In tea 43 to southern boundary of Section 48: thence Arrow of.. .. .
north BO degrees east to eastern corner of fraction I Seal of North Carolina,to:. ... The Kansas City car leaves Tampa at
nlng power as the Royaf- W" ; thence north 40 degrees west along Juke's )Mixtures S ox. .. ....
said Section line to land sold to the Christian Bull) Durham,2oa..... .... ..... 8 a. m. (Jacksonville 6:20 p. m.), and

Union Society, thence along said buciety's Lucy Hinton ......... ......... arrives in Kansas City at &!0 t>. m.
Houses of all kindsto southern boundary to land of Stanton, thence; Champ Carter........ ........
south to Stanton's southeast corner thence Geonria Beauty. the second day, going via Atlanta, Birmingham -
west along Booth line of otanton and one; Barrel Sweet IftMett.::..:: .::: :::::::::::: and Memphis.

Rent or for sale. to said barren's southwest corner; thence north Climax Clubs....... .... ., ... Railway
Thin service gives the Southern -
about twelve chains to line bounding Hirer's H Thin Pounds....... ..
original purchase, thence south, thirtv-eigbt Star... ...... ............ ..., .. four daily trains between Jacksonville -
PLUGThe Thos. H. Keating degrees west on said land to land of one Thomas Clipper. .., .
' and AUanw-
Hammon; thence south fifty degrees east, four Hone Shoe:...:::::::...::::.. ::::::
chains to Hammon's east corner; thence south Pearl.... .., ... ............. information regarding rates and
Lemon Street.HBRYSSEEDS. thirty-eight degrees west about six chain to DrulllmondNaLLeaf.[ ........ schedules may be had by addressing
J land of 11. F. Goodwin, thence south, fifty degrees told bust, per case............. ALLEN
largest piece of ; 3oodtobacco east, about thirteen and one-half chains 1'earllneper case........ .... W. D. ,
-- -- --- along land of Godwin; thence south thirty- Octagon Soap........... ...... Florida Passenger Agent./
eight degrees west about four chains to hissoutherly Royal Baking Powder 1 Ib
ever sold fono i cents corner, thence north, fifty decrees do do do H-lb::::::::::: ;

west about twenty-three chains to land of Row or ,1-lb.
and ley; thence south thirty-eight degrees west to Campbell's do Taylor's doIb.: ::::::::: PINE TAR SYRUP
grant or section line to place of beginning. Also Honford'* Bread Prepaiation
ras begin ten chains ttouth. forty decrees east, Almonds...................... Quickly cares Coughs and Cold .
The 5 cent piece is nearly ] for them from northeast corner. GOT. lot one. section English Walnuts.............

f large as get, 'pi! other' k 1 get them, plant* thirty-two.seven east Township on line of ten iggins', South; Range grant;twenty-thence BraxiUlargo Filberts .....:::::::::.:::::.: :::::::::: Peek's Drug Store, corner Second and .

you 4 5 K Fthem. They are the north, thirty-eight degrees east, twenty chains, Pecan! ....__...... ......
'" Ceot5 standard continuation of line between Bamroft and Mixed Nuts......... .... ........ Lemon streets
high .s rades for'.Io seeds everywhere Itaughton places, thence north, fifty degreeswest California Raisins............
sown by the about eighteen chains to Bancroft's south Sultanas... ......... ... .... ..
largest planters in the world. east line; thence south, thirty-eight degreeswest Fancy Evaporated Apples..... HENRY STRUNZ. aCOUN'SELLOIt
Whether plant 50 feet about sixteen and one-half chains to said do do Apricots..
of ground or you 60 acre, you square should i ibave grant line, thence south, forty degrees east to Currants......................
Ferry'*Seed Annual for"96. : t ginnl ng. Also an undivided one half AT L.llY
The most valuable buck for farmers rn'ereae in land in Section twenty-nine Town Grain
and gardener*ever given ship ten. South Range twenty-seven, east, and Yer r.u.4TI.A. NATIONAL Baxc Bcwj>t o.
Corrected Weekly by
away. Mailed free. bounded as follows Begin at a point on the St.
D. M. FERRY CO, Johns river about five chains southwesterlyfrom St K. W. Successor to JoflcrH IL 8rArrou .
the northeasterly corner of GOT. lot three Subject to market
convention held for the Detroit >Bllcn.
CALL county purposeof ,
in said Section twenty-nine and at the easterly rvtra.: )Mixed per sack 110 Ibs. !
electing de ejrates will confer a favor corner of land formerly owned by J no. C. H iser; Oats White per sack 125 Ibs. C Raving resigned the office of States
thence(IlIOut.h. fifty degrees east, to grant line
'.r a Stale Democratic Convention at ; Ground Feed, per sack 100 lb*
npo e state committee by sending to thence along Wiggins'grant; line to northern Feed )Meal per sack 100 s.... Attorney, I have resume the pmctic r
Ocala Fla., Tuesday, Jane Id, "96. S. 'parkman chairman, Tampa, boundary of lot one Section thirty-two Township Pure Wheat Feed per sack of law in all it.* anc-.Ctt.:
ten.South Range twenty-seven east; thence .
No. ton.
The Democratic party of the Prate of Written or printed of the County and City Directory. west to eastern boundary of John Dick permit, Wheat Hay Bran Timothy per sack per 175 lb* W. H. Wioo.

Florida will hold a State Cjonv ntioQ at copy thence north along said boundary to southerncorner Grits and Mad per bbl...... Office, No 1 Shelly Building, open-
of five of land in said John
dings of such convention together acre piece Rust Proof Oats,per bUllh....
: site Court
COUNTY OFFICERS: Dick permit, deeded to said Hiser by W C. ... House Palatka. Fla.
Ocala on June 16th, at 11 m., for the Best Patent Flour,per bbL
T. '. '. w a list of the names of the county Judge Criminal Court of Record-W. 11mgg. Hargrove; thence north, fifty degrees east to Cotton Reed Meal,Bright per 1 ,
following < the bank of the St. Johns river, thence along
purposes- Cotton Seed)Meal Dark,per
e. :utive committee appoidted, on bank of said river to pUce of beginning-excepting Na 1 Linseed MealPortCementper ........... S. J. HILBURN. -
To choose delegates to represent the w 'h should be designated the chalr- County Solicitor-B. P. Ca'houn. + from above, five acres, each sold to bbl.... ... .. '
derk-J. N. BlackweH. W. A. Austin, Riusell Finly and James R.
National 1
State in the Democratic Con RoMndaleCementperbbl
m and secrf ttries of such committee.S. Judge County Court-M. L Coze. Murray. aster Part Mr bbl... .::.: ATTORNEY AT LAW.,
vention to be held at Chicago. July 7 JOHN C. HISER D. )[. KIRBY
M. BPARKMAN County Commissioners W. Thompson, Administrator Special Commissioner PALATKA. FLORIDA.
1690, to nominate candidates for the Chairman; 8.J. Kennerly, C.GHcbrlst,John ...
Chairman.W. Office, over Old National Bank Building,opposite
offices of Governor, one Justice of the Hancock John lUrvey. The Board meets the Post-Offlce.
.-L. PALMER, first each month. QUkiDIA'SOTICE..
Supreme Court, a Secretary of State, Thursday All business entrusted to his ear will reoet v
Acting Secretary. Clerk Circuit Court Joseph Price.
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Attorney General, Comptroller, Treasurer Sheriff .John W.Hagan. prompt ateention. 9-n tf

Superintendent of Public Instruc- SpringTime County Collector-Frank C. Blanchard. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
to the County Judge of Putnam County
tion Commissioner of County Treasurer-B. L Lilienthal. .' Florida, MONDAY, April 6th, 1896. for
Agriculture; Is when nearly every one feels the need on AND ITS I. L. Purcell
County Assessor-W.Williams. leave and authority to sell at private sale the ,
four Presidential Electors and four of eo.ne blood purifying, strength m- Supervisor of Registration H. )[errrda,., following described land situate and being in To THE EDITOR s-1
the Gouotv of Putnam and State of Florida ATTORNEY
alternatives, to be Tot d for at the next vtgoraUnlaod health producing medi- BOARD OF PUBLIC LNSTRCCTIOX. to-wit: An nndi rided one-third interest In and remedy for Consumption.

regular State election; and to transact cine. The real ment of Hood'a Sarsa- 1 Dr. E. S. CrlU, Chairman John II. Green to the*e>t of e>/, the w%of eft, the e>*of w'*, thousands of hopeless cases
i II.J. Fowler. Thos. VT. Ralph. Secretary. the sw4 of D.x., and w'{ ot sw'4 of Section permanently cured. So And Counsellor at Law. opposite the teenHouse. -
such other business as may come be- parilla is the reason of its wide-spread 1, the of ne' the se>'4 of of its power that I mils
i Superintendent Board of Public InstructionThos. nw4.. the wof red.. and ef of sw>' of Section -
4, ttnJ tyro tottln frit to those ty Will Practice la all Court PALATKA.FLA. .
fore the Codvenuon. popularity. Its unequalled success is 1 W. Ralph. 3,the sw>4 of sei,.and sV of sw'4 of Section lart-U:
CITY OFFCERS. 5,the e%, and the ne4 of nw4 of Section who have Consumption,
The different counties will send delegates
Its beet recommendation. The whole 7.the ne" of s,!"thd.w1, of se'4 of Section 9. Lung Trouble if they will
to the Convention upon( the fo system Is susceptible to the most good Mayor-George E.Gay.: the e% of nw", nwv4, and n', of and postoffice
City Clerk-R. H. Cooper. .w i'4of Section 11, theeC. the eUof w1,, and express JOHN D. BLACKWELL.
Hood's '
lowing basis of representaton: "Oue from a medicine like Sarsapa- AssessorPeter OardDe.r.CollectorDr.Il. w% of ewes of Section li, the ae'. of ne>4.:the T. A.SIOOTM.M.C-, IU
rill! taken at this time, and we would ,ee,4, the e S of awl and sw"/4 of sw:'4of Section" fTb. Editorial ..
delegate for cceh 100 votes cast for the lay special stress upon the time and E. Morgan. \ U;all of Section I., the e1, of Section( U, all of this Paper UvanuaU two(. ATTORNEYTAtLA\V.
Welter. et-ttoa 21. all of Fractional Sections J3 and 27,
candidate on the Slate) ticket who re- remedy, for history has it recordedtbatdelays Tre&IInrer-Georre Chief of Polio*-M. J.Traeman. all Af Sections 29 and 31, the n1, of nw't, the ROOM 16ICBILL BLOV1Over
The remarkable "w> of and nw1of sw', of Section -
the number danzert .
ceived highest votes cast Ire 4
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Chief Fire Department- .Eo Rowten. i 33, and the Fractioaal fee14 of sw'4 of :E:. C. "R.:. Poflt-Cffloe. ll.let* .
at the general election in 189-2, and one success achieved by IIooJV, Sarsaparyiawnrttlie i Section all of said lands in Townsaip 9.
..nany word of praise it GEM CITY GUARDS." South riu. & last. balooeing to Sauie

additional vote for the fraction in excess lea received make U worthy of your Company C,Fourth Battalion F. S.T. mID Fooks t*.rooks minor, daughter; and devisee Be.ja- -3ION O*' R. W. & W. M. DAVIS

thereof when it amounts to CO or conGJence( We ask you to five this II. M. DEMOXTMOLLIX, Captain. deceased.JOHN R. WILSON

more. The cuuuiiva under this rule medicine a fair Itial. \V. P. HOUSE. 0. 8.BENEVOLENT tiuaritian.E. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW
)'. HASKELL for Petitioner. The Big 1
will be entitled to representation as ---- fe21-td :
AND OTHER SOCIETIES.

follows: MAHOX1C. Gr.\ Full and Hickirtan-Kennerl Block I Lemon Street

Alacoua........... .1* Leon..... .... .. ...111 I WEAK f EN Palatka Lod... No.34, F. A A. M.-Meets NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION. ST'J VE3. LIGHT Palatka. Fla. *.3lyE'
Baker.... ....... '." t Levy.T .... .... ... .. 5 First and Third Monday nights in the monthat TINWARE which
Bradford. LtWrty .1 i LAID OFTICE AT G.u nI\"ILI.i.; FLa., I
BrevardCalhoua .: .. ..:: 4 Mason.:::: .::: ::: :: 7 CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. 1 T-JO o'clock. i 1'ebruarI14.189G! ) Will pay to inspect this HASKELL

.. .. ..... J Manatee.Marten ..... .... .... S Victims C1f Lost Manhood en1kt i WALTER THOMAS, W.It. X OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE nothing but the best of .
Citrus ... .... I ... ... ... .....iIt (' should LOUIS FALK Secretary. 1>> following named settler has filed notice or "
lay .. '."..... 6 MOMXW.Itaval ..... ... .. 6 : tLatciplaituhowfull his intention to make final proof in supportof Plumbing, Tinning i L .a 'VV JYE
Columbia ... S Nassau ..... ... . j I v lurcrn Putnam Chapter N*.9. R. A. M<-Meets Sec- his claim and that said proof will he made I executed in the most!
l)ade... ... .2 Orange. ..131)e U I ond and Fourth Monday Night before Clerk ilrrait Court, at Palatka. 1a.. and low Office hon 9
on s to 5
promptly at : a. m. m. anc
bio ::: 6 OM* UPa :::::::::::..: Y t. e, and permanentlyrestored. APRIL 1.... twit I p. ,
W. H.
..11 o. ... .... .. .. ... 6EIoc&abla .. No'; man P. ANDERSON r. via: John Ridanght. of Johnson Fla. Hd.W341. Don't forget the : evening: 6 to 8.
.JI1 Mile-. .. ... .... .... tI aatterlngfromweakness THEO ANDERSON=Secretary. the w%of sw!4, Sec. 2. Tp. 11.;S. K. I BL 'oee Pot, .lemon 1 Office moved to Second street, nex
raukUu ... t Pvtuasa.... ... .. .. .. II 1 I \\ can af 23 E. 1
r.adsrfenHamilton S KaaURosaHe. ....... 6 fj .i fordtoliDOrelhtsI. He name the following witnesses to hisDtiQuons 'Second ana Third. door to Methodist Church.
Coanril of R..t; S. Mn PaUtU No. ft-Meets prove
S .Joans.... .. e1terDand. timely advice. residence and cultivation of PALATKA. FLORIDA.
.. ... J 8fMoH' .. .. 1' t I Book tells bow fourth Wednesday ta ea"motth.K. paid land, vU: Sam eel upon J. Vase! of Johnson i (
Ililleboruugh..2s. puwsa.e.' ... ., 7 I. >full strength de- E. HASH ELL.T. L U. M. Fla,John It. Va M.of Johnson Fla.. John T. f 1lr.yU.h
llototes :::: ..:.2 Taylor. .. ..: Y rdopiuuit and tone are lrapartMi to every \\ P. ANDERSON, Bee. Johnson of Jofanson. Fla., Samuel N. Baxley 4
JacksonJeffeno ..12 VokHta .... ....... "I I of the body. Sent with positire of Ixlgsr Fla." r Eril I
i .24 Walton... .. ... 3i.aFayette proofs(ee.kdln.Loanymanouappleatfou.I J. M. BARCO I! oral.d..4 BENJ. P. CALHOUN
.. .. rALATKA C03f uxnERY. K.. S, K.T. '. .: .,
.. 4 Wakilta .... .... 2Lake I feil-6w .. sect ,
.I I MaaMngton .... ...... J f ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y. Sr. Kt. E.E.IlA KELL,Eo C.Sr. RegMter."ollc 1..33 Drool..sr ::tc : : 1eI

: : 2 J Kt. T. B. ANDEBSOV, Recorder. I Ij 'f!. ....... ..,,.. I er ,
LoeUut ....
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if am county in, reMed its Uetuo- ATTOfifiEYAT UEVOrrfCK. .
for 1'ublicatlou.LAID
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Order of the Eastern Star-Meets third and jA
crMlic Sots for any state officer at the \ fourth Thundavs of eadi sitoMh.MATTIb co-1---:
.'IF Jfl E. McLARTT.W. M.MAfDE OFTICK:AT OAUHSVILI.K FLA.. i
central ejection in 1804 over that of I WKT T. \KKXZ1E. Secretary.All Marti 14,1896. J JTOT1CE i ..U kr = .CRILL BLOCK, over Post-nC ,r

1892, the democratic county convention I nf above.in .Ma.oate Hall corner Lemon I IS HERKBT GIVEN THAT THE P a cu. Florida. ttO4lZ
a THEBEST li and Front l' f..1 named settler has sled notice of
assembled for the purpose of electing his letestlggte make final proof In Mpfiorf of
L 0. o. F. Mt rtUm, awl that lUd prwrf wffl I* BUM bo- .
delegates to said Mate coavenlkm, may SAR3ENin Pioneer Lodge No. **, L O.O.-Meets ever) lore Clerk amtt Court, at Palttka Ha, on Fathers i3jVT";" f

certify to the state convention such ad- 111 Taeoday night. L. C. S TEPHENS, N.O. MAY t. ISWi ..
ditional delegates on the boats here- your m ,4bo:hood this season T. RALPH. Secretary. and e m. 4 :;" \\1
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vis: Jar 11. IHcktiwn. of Palatka, Fla.: lid .. .:. .
PLANT OUR FAMOUS Members of the when tl.M for the see ..t > section 4, wk :' ::- .
tofore fixed for the action of sW FraMrsdty rndag the 4 ne 4 ti ,.'.-.. --" ." ... 1
convention city are Invited to meet with us. "'w'V and D*&. rf nwV Aection 3, Tp. 9. b. R. -- 'k
II 25 Ij1, : 0\- *
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winch shall pass upon the MothersDo\ ,, tft-B-;
lie name the foUowiag witnesses to prove ;
question as. to whether such. additionalrepresentation 1 KNIGHTS OF HONOE.Hanooay hta eontlMMMts reM J4iWhTall k Lodge No 2TC-Me First and aM land, vU: \\.G Bryan, of BMMrvilla : ,T. .. '
shall be allowed saidcounty. Third Wednesday of the month.W na.. R. It. Brvun. of llaowrvUle.. II.IH -.. : -,
<< of wha! ; are described and illustrated H WARREN, Dictator. Stark*-.la.. l' &tka, Fla.. Hear? ) tebell. of I : ''.. 'rf. ..:. .' \-

The couuUes will select their delegates :- New Cd:1o in our u&for beauuf: ;1806.:and entirely Anew J. B.'DOXX1.LLY! Reporter.K. w J. '. BARCU.mh Reciter.. Your I "'.1. **+ ;.'.", '. ", i .$-r rV

in any manner which may be considered I feature this s :son is the Free delivery OF P. If so. when they hare : ,. ..--11'1i.

best by the people acting of Sf r>Js at ( :drogue prices to St.Job*. ;-Lodge, No 8. K. cf P.-Mwts every comes like a thief in -.'.:'y": ::;. I -u .

through tin- any Post (,n.:':c. This" New Catalogue Tharsday Ntckt. C. J. BOUNCER. C.C. YJUt X MEN EV1AGE Vl.OU3. WHOOPING COL'GH I -
party org&niut..JOs as re- wsnfl mia on rsceirt of a J. B.OOXtLL Y. K. R. S. and hard on feeble c1I! :

cojf nised by the last state conventionAll 2-cent stamp or to these who will state: CnUorra: Raak K.of P. No t-f'etS for drill the fountain !e.d cf sea : 1./,1"/

dt'm''l'n\t' are invited tepartici- where they s:? v'.is: aivcrtiserltentthe every second and Forth. Wednesday sights,at ( wtrap' then use /j
Catalogue w-il l be mailed Free I Armory. t TTIHEBOJ.f.lAJS
patein the Sections of delegates thereto W. L. RILES.A. C. Sr.UA Kt.RlCK.LaeetIMPROVED Sr. Kt. Captain. i! I "Dr. Seth .

including tbose who havee become I I PETER HENDERSON & GO c7wJ4LIt For- Dui.ciirij: .

qnilfled to vote .since the last 135 ft 37 Cortlaa&t St ::. I ORDER OF RED HEX 1 t r.-"'" 1" ; tll1. ; TY, SWCE7NES5 r 1 fu : j
.Tol'k.liZ a 8
n"on D .
election. OEnnrxKU TUBE No. IS.-rrol'bet. C. L n f"t, :.: ". cn. ; Croup
Rowtoa sir t and :ot1TNE'J T .;;.1
D UcUeitner, C. Lunig. a a-.1 <<; :>::rI WWQ all
Arrangements are Senior laram.ae; Jeff I= ftill: Saga CIt.ez. .II 7 +-i gu-'t I .. ,.....tot".1: orb
being made
by a more; W. g. Xu<*at, thief of Records; Henry ,aeaKover steed t.Cse..rrv.oce, :.; it r.r r. b..te1,Gi ar:. Tested for AREUNEXCZLL. :
committee appointed for such purposeto ) Keeper of n i L..s\'ttalltr 'may
KOTICK. Meets first four Monday=u la each month 1.p.seae7.Fla'atrJ.awna..l.e.tFwwer.1 or sea, I's (Iior Mem. -,Taasti.T lii. by all druggists. If l'at a I high" grade plan d.: ac lme
secure reduced rates of 1 ..... ., yw.r
transportation 1 WAJTT every man and woman la tae United visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. and atll"cO., adj .q... .. w 4z ss4 price, b.j' 1.' =ero.s.H .
iv.
041 i.aa y r .t coaeai pUoa. Keep it In the
to and from the convention, and Sute interested ta the Opium and Whisky c.il i oa"'d es rs:Oo.e a w.>nh II"Ib" < habits So rave one of book on tJa... r- I' :.. : yon
this cotimlUee will the my die. : u.t=u.; Oft1la. --- .. .
give county e.. .. AddreM B. M. >Vooll T. Atlaata ba. Veteran Post. X*.12. Departmeat of Florida hi<< ....E.T 1j.n'IQQu-or- M end for tt. Best.
committee due notice of the result] of ttoz 83. aDd one wtU be sent you tree. lfI"Ih the third and fourth Thursday nights. iatecam l tam porkev.v rv Taid p a'n wrap : .:: If *. want the treat Acttoe any'
Mil per box or s t'w ,. A .. y
wits
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Its efforts Post Room
second
at an eaiv day. in story CHIT* ttlock.G. rn*. ft..raaua. c.f'aa4I tks ptaMJ the a.w.tw. .
The chairman L. POx Commaader. 80 Ik SEll HART Cg
and secretary of each Who is .Bemis? W.S. "CGDT.Adjutant tm'1 as2s nK
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Sold by .ACKEBMAX i STEWART ATHENS.

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THE TIMES-HERALD, APRIL 17 1896.. : .

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TIMES-HERALD : The Pensacola News is greatly encouraged dissatisfaction with the Democratic Presentment of the Grand .Jury.In ; .
THE
,) over the fact that Colonel party, that party is the only one that

PUBLISHED FRIDAYS, Chipley's boom for the Florida senator-: truly represents the people and to be the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Fininnger'sThe

ship is spreading in Alabama and has relied upon in defending their interests CCircuit: Of Florida, in and for Put-

Publishers reached as far as the interior. Mean- against class and other forms of unjust nam County-Spring Term, A. D.
THE TIMES-HERALD ICO.,
while the News may be interested to legislation.The 18%.

-- know that Mr. Cooper's boom is also Democratic tariff is showing The Grand Jury having finished

01"08: la Puna" BaUding, .Front Street spreading, but, being more modest, it that, in time it will meet all the necessities their labors, beg to report as follows,
next to Fort Offloe.PALATKA CLOTHING HOUSE
has confined itself to Florida. Maybethe of the case, and that had the to-wh: I

Chipev: boom has been crowded Democrats been again given control of We congratulate the County upon

FLA., APIUL 17. 1800.M over the corner Into Alabama. The congress necessary legislation would there only being twocascs of sufficient

TIHES-HERALD extends congratulations have supplemented that which inaugu- gravity to dtmand our attention, one

to the sews on the spreading rated the Democratic policy The of them altar a thorough investigation

....'...c ..ITto: JUTE-one'Thl"e iiUw Tear,,t 26 IM.M Cent.. R1is character of the Chipley boom, and people are recognizing the necessity of and consideration of the testimony was The LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE

ut cm> t i>* fn*dr .n
ern borders of "the Alabam and see the Republican politicians, unableor Criminal Court, and the other was not

Mr. W.>L Williams announces himself clear into Tennessee. unwilling to relieve the situation, supported by sufficient evidence to STYLES ofCLOTHING

&s candidate for the nominationfor content for the people to suffer while justify a bill.

tax as.esior of Putnam county. Captain E. R. )McKean of Washington they score a political p iut. It has been brought to our attention

Mr Williams has made a good assessor D. C.,died atSt. George's Uoltage, In many states not long ago claimedas that the criminal laws are being con-

and will be a hard man to beat in theunteet Enstis,on April 11. Captain McKean sure Republican: elates the contest, stantly violated in our County, by the
owned property at Idamere, near
: at the pnmariea. *U tjJ Tarares, which he visited during the I from present appearances, will be a sale of liquors on the Sabbath day, as I IIn

committee met wiatermonths. lie was a lawyer, and close one, and we have a right to expect also by the sale of intoxicants and

The county executive was one of the oldest r sidents of that by next November the enemy cigarettes to persona under age fixed
Friday. Tbe county convention to where he is well known.
last Washington, will be confronted by a united Demo- by law, and by the railroads carryingon
elect delegates to the state and congressional He was about CO years of age, and a grocery business in this county,
leaves wife sister and brother. irs cratic party, and that next March a
oonventionsMill be held on a under the name of commissary, with-
the to elect del- affable nature, kindness of heart and Democrat will be inaugurated. out having obtained a license therefor. the BEST and MOST HANDSOME
June 11. and primaries
.
integrity of character were appreciatedby We trust that the Judge and Solicitor of ..
egates ta the county convention and to all who knew' him. In response'toa Jos. Price is well know the CumiLal Court of Record, having
to the citi-
nominate candidate for the county telegram from Washington, the remains their attention thus called to these PATTERNS are included in the Larva
have been sent to his home for zens of Putnam county, and has served ,
o&ces will l be held in the prtcincls on infractions of the law, will see that
4.Reed's. interment.-Citizen. them efficiently and courteously In the parties guilty thereof in the future are

jane Captain McKean will be rememberedby clerk's office. He is a candidate for punished.We .

plan of dividing the committee the citizens of Palatb,as he was for the nomination at the Democratic pri- have examined the County Jail, Stock just received. In the line ,,i'6ents'
and lo have to state that it a at
to decide between rival claimant a number of years a resident of this maries for re-eleciion as clerk of the regret
present kept in a very unsightly::; and
to seats!! in the House will have to be city and one of our leading lawyers. circuit court.J. unsanitary condition. We do not undertake -

Adopted at St. Louill. Nearly even He was fora time editor of the TIM Eg. -......-- to say ho is to blame, or FurnishingsMany

Southern State has contesting delegations lie left Palatka for Washington, D. C. W. Ilagan announces himself as a whether anybody, but rtcommead that f
candidate for the the iHHiuiy: Commissioners take steps
and one State bas three. but spent his winters in Florida. nomination as sheriffby
before the weather warmer to
the Democrat of Putnam county. guts Beautiful and Attractive Nov-
bAv" the wswirr ttoarmuged that they
The United Confederate Veteran The speech delivered by Mr. Cooperin Ahenff Hagnu has been a faithful and can be frequently flashed, and also that ,

sow numbers tOO cmp, and the Gen- the House 01 Representatives the energetic officer and he has boots of they provide city water for the use of "

eral Com maudlin:. J. B. Gordon, con- Uayard resolutions, will be found in friend all purtof the couuty. We IDWt&l- elties are now offered at very Low
This Grand Jury was both shocked
f j 1.'ntl>' expect* that J 1,000 camps will:l another column. Mr. Co Jper takes occasion and surprised to find the manner in ;

lw' represented at the Richmond reunion in this speech to give a general For the nomination for county t&x which the Public School Palaika was 'Prices.

nn June ;.50*h nrxt. review of the comparative operationsof collector, F. C. I'lancbunl announces cou
the Wilson and McKinley tariff ills, himself AH a candidate before the Democratic of severe censure. An examination

,uthern lUn offers a 'aitl primaries. baxe uiacloetod the tact that children of both
The & way and ghee fact and figures which ate Taxpayer *
I races (wh le and coiured) were attending -
' l :.-L1.}Id) Porn I'alalka? to Richmond, of interest und value,to every voter who fund; Mr. Blanchard a pleasant and the school direct
same in violation
1.t i :ud) It'IUt'1i", ou the occasion of tb' desires to be informed on the financial I courteous official aud the county bah"on of the law in such cases made C. A. FINNINGER.n&en. .

'.,n .uiiiU i: 11.11 i'ii uf the l mud ix.ilcies, of the parties. It is shown, well <:en'<.i: during the time he and provided, that a knowledge; of this

< "nlt'dltlt. '. : ;11,v. to !he held at simply and directly so that it can be : l 11..s M; .cJ: Iht i'thct. fact among\ the white patrou- of the
__ school and it is known "
now
h ( ;generally ), : : & fZ "tf't"ter.
I '. ? nd ,.:, t' "t..lu'y i 1 and 2i niwHlundorHood, bow the eviltin) : -- --- will l"t'sulll'1 the di-uuMiibe .ueiu HUd 1

l Ii d I Tune. ;: L'> J'1! i I.ufssorThus.ll.1lcph has filled
liP' t ;' c untij has been NltI'!\ ;lUg from ire Dual breaking an' ot Saint school. We

'T ,i :'I i. 'i' t it .luit '\ ';. I the (legacies of the Ilarn! ou adruinisi very acceptably the position of Super were unaoic 10 exactly 1,tale the

lHll'l1ch( nt of I'u'jltc! Iiisiiuclion for this blame tor this state of bff'&lrd.he
owl
: :ion tile tariff fur '1IX..tiOU. and
'',' ( i u, (.f !'..i aIL, teachers of the school se<'mniir de'.i. runs 30
'>'iat ttr increase In UIOM eyitQ'! was, usa t'(lIUI'\" for a IlUII't..1'\ of years, and it is FOR DAYS
of ; t
'' < Il I ., aa,nut?'.t (; ini escaping ifpon-ibitiiy tjy ufcintigto
of fact checked ,ratifMiii to bt able! to announce that
the
nuttier tht.ru
i-'lua' ; ','l! -. \ ril otlnbalC, b\ pollcj j those in authority over The
inaugurated under the Cleveland administration -I) the lJl'ofea-or WId i le a candidate for reel Trustees acknowledged iLat tncy had "

,m !tin ',1" w ,r. HlllaYJot 'f '','u'n. lu au lliri uuiun: will be not \'J"oIl..t: tie, -.-II">, du"i HJij[ lhe,1\, itiituiin --- ---I,

'I. 11.1\i : ku II it i!i.. a''.Ill \thai found his annou'ici mt-iu. It is an ; the SUJM i 1.111 cut, IU nii s'

t i- a 1 I\: 01 itutc i '' 10of\ fin i tioraucf of \\t..II, w< !going on, '
.. The Citizen says that "C\"i u'ence is tot otluc: in which as. cflivitnt aun should receiving: reports from I Iru-iets whose
,
1't, 1" i h ; > a i tint:! of I I will & th
xisteiii't" of the plan of | tit r ., tlrl'' t 1.\1' \tarin!l II t of committee aud the Chairman uf the School .
t.y means 'boguacouuty'(
J ,, 'i!ILt\: to; U. ..1'\I'U- ",-,',t lilt I I In another umu will be found thea board not seeming to exactly! know .
loots) to the !
'i rt i 1'1'dal!= "trample upon nghtfu' 'mouucemcnt of Judge )I. L Core where be was at," or what should be4one
---- authority of tbe county committees," ,if any thine. It is to be earnestly
.. that he will! ao: the suffrages of hit Articles at-Sf' ecial Prices
I I', il'u ', "- '1('Ml 11. :till' Democratic fe.l.iw.! dtixeac eiiotkai of i'alatka and ruinum
... ,. for toe :
\ 1. ,\ <..'!.. \1. M I I'U\n8111\ a-. .1 hy Man f a fraudulent! enrollment! of ,
: I nomination for i lcctioa) as Cootity County in charge will throw off their a
(', ,' 1"f tl <,;.;ruction for tin delegates to control the Mate coovenuon. lethargy aDd see that suitable -

II' :"(' :v U:. ''''in,HIT! Gritu.ttit-T The Citizen also says thtt evidence I Jude. Duiiuj his incumbency Judge for the education of both races provision is Best Cincinnati Ladies' Button

'iq. 11:1: I. un:, wil I hr( .n by hi- care is in the hands of thorn who wiii Con has been impartial in his ruling provided and that the children of each
I and bra won the sped of all. lIe is race are confined to the schools estab-
make of itat the time. The
if 'I,, "''hl r c Inn i I. ( annul, re i-l the use proper With Shoes 81.65 sold regularly for 2.25
lubed for their' the above
i i made a good man for the p.)! ll restiOi is that the
probably
.' .01.-. of : .in mlb and 1 tl'L'1 exception, we have nothing but words
.I Ia : moat proper tim* tp 1DI1.e of such -- -- ---- of for the of the
t !11'.IIIJ I :: i ii"' "l n hU II' or praise management Best Cincinnati Ladies' Ties

,,' .' : lu R in ti.N\ a coi ', ,(.;,1ml ;. vi lieuuit 'is djlri 'ao r. a" that tbjl'IOfJd"Y I Public Schools in this Count; the two
lrt f iMktf U Let visited by-nsin Palatk were: conductedby
: } vs ')iki.,' ir.' n err public. e 81.65 sold for 2.25.
: cry Democrat Florida know jutt the teachers wilh p rKct discipline regularly
and with adtamuge to the people and
.1.)1') junta* tend?"net of the f-l'rll[ \ j what the danger is and where it Is to credit to the teachers aud school officers

tl \u u i -. at the N"' ,::1 IIH* bei'i) tit' I come from. .*V conspiracy that kind The iron grasp of scrofula has no The brand Jury in this their general First-class Boston Ladies' but
its victims. This demonof
t-.It..i' i v H' niocrativ.. The part had t tn comes tatmed! s In the light of pub-I I mercy the blood upon is often not satisfied with urtKeuimtui, desire to impress their
t disapproval of the itckicw habit some ton Boots 81.25 1.50
"t .I I uti'ooki'! I lo: strength and II Iicity. causing dreadful pores, but racks the regular price ,
officers have of shoot in* upon little if
la. ... _: ;\ins are ported. It only re- body with the pains of rheumatismuntil uruvocation officers
I [ ; executive
BI I I''- 1 J.or )Dttucci 10 dose up their I I HOW-IT LOOKS.' I IIoodN Sarsaparilla rurrg eliwuld! otj firm and courageous in the 81.55, regular price 1.85.Ladies' .

ra, A.. pro-i'ul a lUll' l trout and \ Ie i In New :Jersey tbe spring elections "Nearly jour years ago I became afflicted du-UmiKC- of their uuncs, but they

to OJ.Il'l be a',in in spite of the have with scrofula and !heumaLiaMadel. she Lid: nut ie I UAtlfnf'rally speaking, been as rates when u IK absolute.y necessary to ,
rev.-- of the "< :a 1 \ 1'11"\0\. There j" '
( ; fi\orable ta tite Republicans as they i proteeLIhero"*-!'ves or to pruWni escape.
..1 rn!iLl I. OK"'t than u Ii.! 'ling c ha net' fin ; hoDsritt fhfoy had a rkht to expect ; I The three last Grand Juriis have rtcommendt'd 1.50 ; 81.35 regular price 1.65.

establuhoieui
It" the of a
.1 !? 1.\ and Uii u i the I u-iKrr of the news in poor
t farm for 1'utnam County, nriihnutaraii.
... that gard to the ekcilou ul other .& e-I' We renew the recommendation, and Tan Shoes SltOO regular price
11.1 .. .It. "l fa"I': -i to think A few mouths ago the belief was gen- Running. sores broke out on my thighs. hope that the Uouuu Commissioners ,
l: C e"Ull\'C cooituitice should haven i Piece of bone came out and an operationwas
eral), even among Democrats that eve- will no( longer turn a dent ear to the
t' e\,,iv whit |''l'I""U in Florid contemplated. I had rheumatism In d..nan of the peopb.! 1.251.10; regular price 1.351.25.;
nthtng was going Republican. But
fl'..r. gentatton in the Democratic State my legs,drawn up out shape. I lost appetite \\ e have examined to various County
\oatkm. How proud ex-Sheriff the past. few months have witnessed a could not Il *p. I was a perfect officers and are glad to be able to re- regular price 1.50.nlells' .
t u gradual, but sure,chance In cnliinrnt. wreck. I continued to grow worse and IM.itibai tbe\ are m xcelit nt condition,
feel) be represented in
would to
-1' 'ev The Republican are Mill claiming everything finally gave up the doctor's treatment to the Clerk, I'leasurer, &htrtff, County
:. i I' convention If Mr. bbclU-y is but their claim hate the ap- Jude and 'lax Lu.ltcioi's; ittoidsare' Calf Congress and Lace

''i'I-'d' to representation he would beIV neatly kept, all except the tax book,
pearance of whistling to keep their and that' not the unit of the Collector -
How
t I l' an a reprwenUUve. Welltake Shoes S
1.3 regular price 1.75
[u.l i the Democrats of Putnam county urage up; while a feeling of hope- but is attributable entirely to ;
\1' and of
fuloeti and encouragement is visible the poor binding poor quality
c be to have Mr. Shelley a* their arooog Democrats. the per. These oooks are important, 1-65 regular price :2.00.
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon appetitecame
1'1. I )ll'n lAt h'e' and should be bound in tome more ,
The cause of all this evident change t..ckj the sores commenced to heal. durable form.

t I. Jtr1 I >UDU.) in I'alatka, under ,N not far to ct-k. It is more generally Jly limbs straightened out and I threw With thanks to your Honor,the State One lot of Men's Congress or
rca nized that the business depres- away my crutches. I am now stoat and Solicitor and county: officers for courtesies : -
eve Mavoi, was, if anything, more hearty and am farming, whereas four
on shown us during our deliberations -
lion was not at all due to the election Lace for 8 1 .25llf
au\ than i* usual) for Sunday. Note of President Cleveland and a Demo- years nmr ago"f? I f|wan v- .'"a Parsanarflta cripple. I gladly" L'SSAJT rcr we new ask to I t.e discharged. .

ailU lJ, that a wild report war II.v'. able drove, Illinois. blLA J-MiTii, Foniuan: ,
; t t .ui..'df" town that the store c-aiic coogre %aud .that tbe election T. U. ANDEKSOX, C.nk.A : Also a fine Line of Hosiery.Lemon .
of a UepuWkan congers did not, as it
:1 the Tnn: -n tA..p i*
erti open wa" pmltcted it w6 .. rnir: tbl, the Laws wile ohs -
.tI Some in the of
a-* a oonsege oce. It is true that ib.- things presentment U. JACOBSON
that day ** tnetla* iseu
1 tv on
Republican dress was oot able to tbe Gaud Jury List seem bo obnoxious ,
m INIatU tapIr Gay ha asaplz
: adopt any alleged remedial measure, ajalnst certain officials of this county, .
citizen lK'eu a law-abiiiingtnan,
but their failure was due to their own will be grmtK modified by the luruiuon ;
uid i Us not at ail likeh that he has lathe One True Blao1 hrffl r. AD Street.
draggst $LrrepamlonlykyC
d.!stu-iou". Whether or not their of a teach! : nuhi i of facts in a future
ebn' 1U1.h bts t'lt-C\lUn .* T. Tl 0001 A Co..Lowell Maas +
fed ,ioWV; id a true lemedy. the)' have not letter. THCX W RALPH,
lIa ) it.lit shown the ability to even present it, MOO d'S Fills Uke,easy to operate;T oc.to Supi nntendeot of Public>> instruction
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1\11.l' ,..:! l lea.ali: '! the other lie and their incotnpetoccfr ban been loouvparent --- Yacht Sai1sand
... RiggingWe
fBb.RAD (';IIji.t.Hef.' aft I h.a irood to win the abiding confidu .

etajr.5 i : ol: .1.: iLi tat I-- of "people. iTftoiisaiKls Women\ !
ilk and S! Diseases
cle 11 i !l.aiiUlcr i- l bust> t'.custug ILL The strung bold whicb McKinley I a SITFCR t)VI OLD MISERIES. make a specialty high-class Yacht Sails and

action iV h.;' suite (toivi-uiuai in dc has on the mare of the voters of the 4 .4 Rigging-and guarantee our sails to fit perfectly.

larm. U/;i '1:1: f'' q'i MKuo I : : Piic '.': publuaa: |>art> thdirs that the party A waYSB [BRADFIBLD'SREGULATOR Send us dimension of your boat and we will scbI61irsail

., in Ii of h-: tul.! Mtdded to the MOM offensive of B B !
( nttlif'u: :DJ: ihu i part is < t FEl-\f\LE plant and estimate on her complete outfit.

stain-l"e: 'uti' drat \'o.d lo )dcKu hi' mau\ foruis cla .taxaiHm. The Cured I

tein sMt. ,.f the :..' t IIla' N t. *, Tw, J k U.t: Ii'(nrndmis.! a,id those Democrats ,. 'aq ,
j 'I'Ihili 9 ;;OTAXJC CLOO n..ua ncrrf& '
a ..i. "P t, ", 'j'", 1 1l..i"II"W'U''e \' n ho temporarily; voted with the Htr.ubIH .. ." '-'ft.'t:1.'1.IIC"=n.au.n..,jl,f\10. atb.rn'd .ro",.h.tld.: ;its,ia 4iII"i"pu ,- ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Flags:)*.* Terjtsaripe ,

wt' ::11. .1-4 voter of h.a ans or slaved :at home. are no woe U.t. ttt..itamist. -
CMIn ., 'lD.1.tut 1 t.b. and 1It.ri. f Bj Aronteg to Ha-Jfcj Acfeoa :II her Organs.

Slate: 1tt" 1 ..::din} t1&\l it'c.. :t'rU in favor of excessive" tariff taxation '- .:.'t-.I. 'lob t. II....tT...otter.b'r: units 11 ,. c..n601A r'P.-4r,ser.f.__' Nets
a th, in lam and they natu- c4 f" rU.i'- .....ltlD"rnom nparrbondiw14..rrd.nl.wna..i ", It cause* health to blootn. and) tN Ittlttlll aod
.f : C they ,
.11'; lit u' ll'l'll'fiI\.J\\: HI were : .,,""of tie ._Q__. joy to reign throughout the: frame.< {aN 1W10
vi.# Or rat e.te bvtfl.0\ del......... ..
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take the
"ftaual lit!,i, 't.: t'I1.'m.o roily would not part Republic -
a i '>uv< It era \
t .uana..aat,1n.,,,..,.t. -4 :tw..(=::::: ,.i. L. "It Never Falls .i *
to Regulate
dele: r.e..u ..
Jliaott, IS ;0 ..u I tL.' ,.>s lIf the in primaries. They are finding out ....._ .r\I It'r"- -- =,.... : / \ Goods.

,... from 1 wt:: home .liStnel.! lye that among Republican the principle ,!.:-. =1 for free boor ofWnderfll1C yrwtfoia.baruaud.rtr..tmeatoflea0i0 H-

ttya""avoii! >on" himself baa bowed of the McKinley bill are still rampant mel,SUtG per lets U UU; At,.e'r.iet..stare.r....r (fare. .Jitt. et. r UUAl ulH>tmieflt.>ntUrs() .-, Jf: Seed 6c. (stamps) for new Illustrated Catalogue
i:.. j fr clx bottlexT [I :' Ar.EKntELATUK.b.e..tooa.ro.. -=-
IneviLb Earraon he who the Re- ..-
rotes
io\he nod withdrawn; and that "":.
.. s"s.URtAN.U aOT ( CEO. B. CARPENTER 6-
l ol.A* CO.
Is m\bt\ hommoon, laughing: publican ticket: next fall must swallowthe .ij r Bi*!rt 0jri> by. viUlx drawirf feet trrif not wad$ pttp to.:,, 'SEUDIIELO BTCrtiTOB ro., .t...... Cm.) ,
02.204- 206 20$ & Water $t.
ugh big hat and altogether tie McKinley nostrum bolus bolus. a ntivipt ot ,tics. A.wr- s.u by dagt.t.at tLlgrtrS.Was CHICAGO ILL
BLOOD BALM CO. Atlanta Oa. j
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Ios esai ? aM little are in anlbnbut : These votere are also! beginning! to realize -

ue"fettle. I that, whatever cause they had for V 1I Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.

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THE TIMES-HERALD: APRIL i
". 17, 1896. .


THE TIMES-IIEEALD. CALL FOB The precincts will be entitled to toe ,

following representation: '

ISSUED EVERI'.FRID.Y Experience nlion/1 No. l-CrcsccntCity............... .(Delegate ::
I }Ioo. L-Oeorgetova...................>Delegate\
= u Doffiocr1ic COIIAIY n OnY No. -Norwalk.... ....... ..........1 Delegau;
No. 4-Melak ........... .........IleleP'N
No. e-Como .................... .1 Dele te What is
PALATKA FLA., APRIL 17, 1896. has proven conclusively that No. S-Pomona........ ... .......:... Ueiegate
) No. SatMiraa .. .... ...
Height .1 llewpteo.
I better grapes and peaches, i To Be Held at 12 m., June 11th 'I I-Saa Mateo ................. 1 delegate
>o 9-East falatka .... .4 eVpfate
All aavwtUlrur bUll h...eoaie Clue pro rata and more of them, are produced 1896, at Palatka, !,'>o. H-oranm Mill.... ....... .. ...i Delegate xxvvAVXvvXVCASTORIA
ever uoath. Sped ai 1 abort time payable I' i "n. II-'ato Iteighls..2Ieiegat.s
a advufoe. when Potash is liberally ap I If No 11-Ward I. Palatka .._...... .. 3 Delegate,
All Mnlttanoetsr.Miidbe made bjexprcaMMT N o. U-W rd 2,Palatka ... .... .. ...4 leteptM
ID' order or rortatered tatter. I plied. To insure a full crop of I No. 14-Ward 3,FaUtkj ... ... ..... .t Delegates ,
I j :No 13-Ward 4.1-alatka.... .... ......2 Delegate
THE TIMES-HERALD COHP.\Nr. choicest quality use a fertilizer FOR PRECIXCT MEETINGS, fOR THE :\o.I&-lnterWhen.: ...... .......... S Delegate
N*.17-Johuiwn ......... .....t Delegate
Box N PiLATti. )'WIU!)&. containing not less than 10% :No. IS;aldYiA....................,.6 Dete atM ;
PURPOSE: OF ELECTING DELE No. -11Unam Hall... .......4 Delegate
"..SO Raunertille ..__............J Delegate
Actual Potash. GATES TO THE DEMOCRATIC Na %1-lkItit"'klt.' ...._..................a e\eptee
WISE AND OTHERWISE N,2 -Franci* ..... .... ...........4 Delegate -
COUNTY CONTENTION N&23-Ward 5, Palatka.............2 Delegate
No. 24-Ward*. .1 Delegate Castoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
Paragraph* rerunning to Palatka point.dlY Orchards and vineyards treat No.25-Ward 7, Palatk......_..... J Delegate
and Children. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor
Prevent edith Potash are comparatively JOSEPH PRICE,
Batlerick Patterns at BOND'S. free from insects and To BE HELD ix PALATKA, THUKS- F. C. liLAXcnAUD, Chairman. other Narcotic substance. It I* a harmless! substitutefor

cretary. Paregoric Drops, Soothing and Castor OIL
Syrups
ll. S. Ring of Pomona, was in the plant disease.Oar DAY, JUNE 11, AT 12 O'CLOCK )[.
city Wednesday.Mr. It is 1'lea.sant. Its guarantee Is thirty years use by
.. Circuit ConrU
pampUcti\ art not mdven! !nr drcnUn fcoo
T. N. Smith has gone to New lug tpecial fatti11.enb.t.n, practical w.......contain.Jnj The Circuit Court convened in the Millions! of Mothers. Cu&toria destroys "Worms and
.
latcu research the of and
on tnbjtf* fenffiutioa
York on bulness.Asseuor ::really aclpfol to farmer. They aN MAt fRe for And Also to Hold a Primary Election: Court House, on Tuesday of this week, allays Feverishness. Castoria prc'cnb'omltlng Sour
a iGC. Wm.. A. locker
Williams Fruitland, was GERMAN KALI WORKS. to Nominate County Officers. Judge Price clerk. presiding, Jos. _Curd, cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieve
in the city Wednesday. al Nauao St.New York.
The following cases were disposed of Teething troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Col. G. W. M. Wilhami has returnedf A precinct meeting Trill be held in to Thursday night
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rom a visit to South Carolina.Mr. up Castoria assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach
> Telephone Connection. Gustavus E. Chas. J.
Ro-
each precinct in the county on JUNE Zipple vs '
and Mrs. Holmes Erwin, of Po- TILE Tt TIJES-IIEIULD} : yesterday received 4m 1896 for the of gero, Executor etc. Ejectment. De- and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria
selecting
mona, were In town purpose tendant not guilty.
Thursday. from its faithful correspondent, is-the Children's I-Unacen-the Mother's Friend.
delegates to the Democratic Anna G. Hurt, Executrix estate of
County
Mr. and )1"C.. F. Walron. of Wc-
"J. F..." at Federal Point, a telephone
Geo. Burt. vs Fla. So. ll'way. Eject Castoria."Caatorla Castoria.
laka, visited Palatka Thnrtday. Convention to be held
in Palatka JUNE
; .
word distinct.
Defendant
message, every being: ment not euilty. \ 1
Miss Oltha has returned froma i i* aa ezccOrat mediciae air "('..to"'a te so well adapted to eaiklrem
Queen Telephone connection is valuable to llTW, 189C, for the purpose of selett- State of Florida vs W. M. WilU ms.
two-months' vitit to Jacksonville.Mrs. Forfeiture bond. Case dismissed dt II_ Mother bac repcaMDy taM m. that I nenaiaifnd it as superior to gar pre
Federal Point. J. F. bad not learned log delegates. to the State and Congressional bystate's of M*good effect spun their eMldm." I.crtftom kaowa to BK"

C. A. Pinninger visited her yettbereultof the election held in ] Conventions, and transacting at orney. Dr. G. C. OsecoD, Lowell, "' .... It A. AKCHEK, M D BrooUya N. Y.
mother, Mrs. Gillette at Inttrlachen, Missouri Car Co. vs Fla. So. U.R. -
this week. Palatka: on the 5th inst, and when he euch other business as may be Co. As&umpsit; damagt y.2 000. Case -
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"The use of Castoria i*so aai*ral a4 till Ror u ewra! rr I have reertstrreed't
Mr. Cbas. learned.the count through the 'phone properly brought before the Conven- continued. aauita *o weB kaowa tkat it seas a work CUt ads, sad ....n always cuntiaae to do
popular Ilammontry citizen,, one WAS of in MoMeekio's the he'tee rl highly pleased, judging from a tion. On the same day-JUNE 4xn-a I* M. Morgan V3 :E1at. So. R.R. Co. 0(....-t..t atIo. totssdor.e it. Few seethe a as it tau invariabl produced beacfioal
Trespass; damages, 8803. Case con- htdllaat 6.s4H wIlD cIo IIGt keep CMMria rcaalts."
citv Wednesday- good-natured chuckle we' heard on this Primary Election will be held in each
tinues. within eajjr recfc.n Bowls PABDCE. M D. NewTnrk CIt).
The Library Association held an important side. precinct in the county for .electing State of Florida vs John Rollins. CAll..... Uajtmi. D.D., New York City. -

meeting Monday afternoon at Au employe of THE TrnE6HF.lULDis candidates of the Democratic party, for Rape. No bilL "w. hat three children sad theyCry for

the rooms on Front street. responsible for the assertion that he members of the legislature and the D. 1;. Dancy vs E. D. Dane As- "I prescribe Caatefia every day foe ddUvm Pffeber's Osstoris' When wr ant one a dose.
I I sumpsit ; damages, $6,000.) ( Verdict who arc iaari9f from conatipatioai. with the others cry for one too. shall always
Mil,. Ruby Reynolds, a charming heard J. F.'tf dog bark through the .various county offices to be voted for at for plaintiff. better vafect thus I reoeive from say ekber take ;lna rt in recommendiac this bat;

vouug lady of Welaka, visited Mrs. 'pbon, aDd when J. F. commandedhim the election in October under the following State of Fkvida vs Dennis Hampton. comMmitfan of III......" dIiId'....&IIae."

Jeo. E. Welch this week.E. to keep quiet, be also distinctly rules and regulations: Bastardy. Dismissed. Dr. I.O.afoBOAN, Sooth Amboy, N.J. Her. W. A. COOPRB, ewpoet B!.

L. Judd, wife and son, of Saginaw i. 1st. That the shall
heard the dog's gm chop. precinct meeting
Mich who have been the guests constructed under thesunervlbiou be held at 10 oclock a. m., for selecting AX AKCUJIE.VT DY CHAPTERS. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.

of Mr. and Mr. I'. N. Smith, left Moo- The line WM delegates to the County Cocrenron. "... ........ -.-.". T" ....."." ..n. ...roes.-,,.
dav- mornm_. for their home. of Steve Rich, Midi worked The primary election shall! be CHAPTER V. .. ": co r !II!!

Mrs. Annie MitobAll: 1 aud Captain perfectly op Ant trial. held from 10:10: a. m. until 4 p. m., except On account of a certain subject nth

II. M Montmollla revived he ..I.Ir l -" in the City: of Palatka and Palatka appeared in. the last issue of the T} t -
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"Qaet'u &'th.,." at the Ariuory Owes II All to Hood's. Heights which shall be held the
primary .s
HERALD under the
above
caption,
and all wli attend .
Monuavveuii MONTAGU. FLA.. April 2, 1888. meeting Iron 3 i n. m. to 6:30: p.
,1 i rtyort| HII .*xe.4lent timUeluilou' and the :namelv, "Falsehoods, more commonly
m., precmci ni< Hmsr ai 7 m.
"I hfcv invalid for and p.
i 'r ,1..11' t '+ w('- 'MTV I "ftvrnhich" *been aa years th > his
2nd. The officers of this electionaha.ll "Lyinc, > writer : been tempora SPECIAL AHNOUNCEMEHT
'. i t'r: t > ..t OP v., ";rtnlfred in. hate tued a Treat many physicians
be three mepe>.l, out of whom rily disabled and has not been enabledto .
Mr awl t Mr*. W. L. Riles have who regarded! ,my..* M hopeless. I shall aot as clerk. hoiiM! either person furnish a subject' this week. The
'H'cJ the ofluur
"-" xit.iiKHiH to marriage jrlad thai well ADdable 1'1(1 appointed fail to nt the
tm t.ov aa* now > appear '
oaut..I e'1. Ali'e, to Mr. William P TSICta08 hoe to bring him around in "
] >I. Shfrliit! H o'clock. Wed u ..41ayt to be ajbout ..r hdpftebold duties pulls nnuutr"[ \to perform after th h?linn duties; l III open for fifteen, then a few day, howcvi r, when he will giveus Blind People 'Catch on !

\'<'ninjr. At>nl! 2ii: .1 i, u :&1. James Meth iud I can '6ur.iy say drat I owe it all!: to the lUHpecior or inspcctoia present another "I\r ument." Meanwhile,

odist. C6uri-h. ilooiVSarsarwriUa.. shall fill the vacancy from the bvstan- Stephen the Grocer will continue to

1'ir.ls! tat: ,' 1"'('ii i is"\J(1 annonnni, MRS. M. E. PRATFN/' ders. Provided uo cu'utuljte snail !5-e sell goods at the name richt prices.

t'( :ap I,; J.u 1" a i n,,n.me: ail( !M 1.)11I11Ilwl r I II, ,. 'i n''s :"ILLS care indigestion, ltilt.u an iUSpC'lor. Upper[ Lemon street aud corner Kirbv DR. W. A. BEMIS! the OcculistWill
.I.-KMe and Mr. S. J. Hn'itin;' I ''UlIl'I 3d. lhal at said primary election: and Morris streets, a fkip, hop and a

uhichRt.l wh" place al the Me Ti I 'i t. none bin the lX-iuu<'tats who voted jump from the heart of the "West close his office on April 27, when he will Ii-i\ t I i., "r the North
11!> mortal C hurdi. ,u'k.' ) tL, I ot Venice Tar with Honey the straight Democratic "-ia t- ticket at F.nti ?

>.h of April nl (1-0:: 0 C QVily J your cough. Try it and be the last cenciai election, or who will to settle up his business there preparatory t i.> M t t. : .; in r,,!:.itki

r pledge thtm'el\e> to all the
'. ., ..,1. To be had at Ackerman & nominees; of this primary support and have permanently. It you are trouble in any was v uli \ 'cur F.t'- .I\h h .t'S and C. J. Garten's drug
-ton qtialiLi-U iheiusi es to vole by regislra- not put it off any longer, but consult a reliable l alint .it .
Rhea BabjWM sick. we gave haruuitorla.When lion, and tln/-e D .uucrats why have '

IIbe was a Will,aha ctW: (Caatoria.. become qualified vtens oiccc the last Delays are dangerous. Hundreds of people testify to ''u- I.'
general election, MM! those democrats
When ate became Mi.,, ah to Cantoria
*clung
who will become of ;.(,- at time of lec Office hours: 9a. m. to 11:45 a. m.; 1 p. m. to *>; i I", ;1'.111'1
Wbeo ate had O ldrea,.garetheai Caatoria. lion, shall be allowed to vole at said

Malaria primaries.4th. means the prevention of scores 7 p. m. to8 p. m.
The inspectors shall keep a poll
Silertly steals into list of all persons voting and return of cases of colds, coughs, .

thts -stem, under- same with the ballots cast, to the sec- bronchitis and
Mr. D. D. Turner, an expert: penman > pneumonia,
stopping at the Prnzee IIoti( ,>. mining the health retarv of the committee on or before 3 Wet feet do
; wit. causing head hvs, o'ciock p, m., on Friday, June 5th. consumption. ONE MOMENT'S THOUGHTTruss
Mr. Turner P'OP'If'1'I' to give lessons' i m '' 1 witrnout fetling, At the close' of the! polls they shall not directly make the germsof

the one o1 the pt| 'u, and the peniroet::t F pains ia the limbs, publicly count the ballot cast aud announce in the
consumption
of hid kill wit'i! that weapon show constipated bowels, the result, and shall make dupliCAte appear
other troubles. Try 4- certificates of the result lungs ; but they do cause
him to be thoroughly at home with BROWN'S IRON BIT one
It His terms are very reasonable, TERS.CUmSTCE. of which shall be retained by the clerk coughs and colds and Inflam-
and the other dehVtled to the memberof .
and any one wishing to Improve his l flirdkmff the executive committee, who shall mation of the throat and lungs ;

hand would do wrll to join the ala:.' ,warp.1.'S rrftmdtJ ItON PlTTKS abouldKO in person deliver same to the secretaryof weaken the whole system. In

he is endeavoring to form. taken a* directed,snfferin fail to the committee; and in case of the this condition the of
benefit anTficrcon germs I
"1 cannot tAke Cod Liver on!" Tl.' !si |{from Dyspr''a, )la- disability the committeeman to deliver -
tans, CM11 ald, Fryer, said returns he hall appoint one consumption find just the soil Truss
f.i a mistake. Try AroioatioOoil Liver ,
I Kidnry and Liver Tron-
Oil made by R. H. Bond & Co., Baltimore bless. BNonsnen. Feaia'cI ., .. of the tnangt're, ** his proxy, who shall in which to work.Scott's .
firmititi.lmpurc I Blood 'erve on the executive: committee in
Md. It has uo tAste of the- oiL i 1Yr'n.\\eikact, Headai'-e*. Nerroa orKeural&ia. j. tne canvass ot the returns, and in case Emulsion of Cod- I .

Delightful to take. Prescribed by the committeeman be not present at liver Oil with

physicians. ItalkU up broken down i the election one of the maunders shall phites is a most HYPOPhos-j .
,
BJ stems' cure Consumption and brine sue a returns. That in all cases

Hronchltte. For sal, by Ackerman & where a vote is challenged the ruana- edy for restoring system Will Convince yon that this Is the TRUSS you should Wear-Mo t EcoeomkaC
shall decide as to the and if r
Stewart. Palatka.At guts said shall same, to health before these germs Convenient and Comfortable. For Unquestionable Te.timoofei call OB
vote be refused, the party softVnns
a meetim of the Palatka Good; 1 <.: to vote shell', have the right to get the upper hand. C. J. CARRETT Druggist I
Roads Association held at tbe Graham appeal to tbe executive committee, and SCOTT'S EMULSION has been eedoessd ,
Hotel Monday evening, a permanen.: S U allowed to be cast the party challeng- by the deer. e for twisty nan. Cor. Lemon and Fourth Streets Palatka Fla.
I (AsS year This i becaaae ft isalways
committee ) *
WitS appointed M follow: I fog the same shall have a similar rigit iM6aIwajrs .,,,) ...-a1aT' f N. B.-PEErtCT FIT GUARANTEED OR MOSEY Run DID.
Gto. E. GadlMinuan; II. S. Wilson, of appeal and in an cases where such ctnUiKt tie purest ."Xtrmeri** Cfd-tntr Oil
H C. While, J.Vertreet and Marcus I an appeal is made !the ballot **t HypopkftfkUt*.
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disputed Put --------
Loeb. The committee: hat fan power I EXTRA FINE shall, without examination, be sealed! .{*. mar up tnjocentandi.eoixe be"enoof to cure your* Tt.e..n cough. or
to act. in and help your baby.Venice .
a separate envelope, tbe name I .
Mr,. II. L Hart widow of the late Barred .riyiuouth I of the person offering to vote, together i The St. George flotel. t

(::01. Hait, of I'alatka, has been Hop- hock Fowls I with the objections offered thereto, Miss KATE LUCAS.MILLINERY The traveling public are fast finding "

pirat the Royal Poindank for sometime endorsed thereon and returnad to lIe TarWith ont the excellent service that to rendered -

past, and left l with the closing of FOIl SALE. Also, EGGS of same I committee with the other ballots and Honey, them at the St. George Hotel
for hatc ing. Cocks Sl.M) liens returns for final decision.
the door. Mrs. Hart has quite a numberof ; under the management of mine host .
friends along the !:01 Coast. Her $1.25; Eggs, &0c. per 13::; cash with 5tb. Said election shad be by ballots CUlt ES James Gamble. The many ImproT \

late husband was proprietor of the order stamp or return postal with in- furnished by this committee, contain. menta that have Utely been made tl

Ucklawaba: lice of steamboat*.-Tilusville qniries. Eggs of Whit Crested Pekin i in? the names of ail persons to be voted If ran have a cough try one bottle I the hotel added to the excellent fan

Ad'ocalcprillO.. Duel;', Miss H. C. BULUUT>, for who furnish their names to the secretary and be convinced at ACKERMAN & And Fancy Goods.Hat and good service will make this hon
ap17-4 Federal Point. Pa of ibis committee by noon (If.
a popular resort for winter tourists
Several ema'l children : STEWACT'S and C. J. UARRETT'S.Consignments. I. .
were fishing |' }lay 25, 1K96. Ihe returns of aid i in stock and diversified well M treat-{dot gaesta. Oentleme
an elegant
in the river near U'em' carriage shop Election of Off leer?. I i election shall be canvassed by ihis: committee line of ail goods pertaining to I I from the neighboring country ware

Saturdav afternoon, when little Ueri At a regular meeting; of the Board 1 Jane 6, 1800, at 11 o'clock a. m. I I the Millinery Itasinecg. i in Palatka tor a day and wanto :
lad
i rude Ultri-n the mssfortuaeto I
fair'uvel
The person receiving the highest. number a really good dinner at a utoo r, e
A SPECIALTY Fall assortment. of
bwlrd.tnd of Fire Commissioners Monday night -
would bare drowsed, of votes cast for a county or district prie will do well to register at the 8 AGeorg
STAMPED LINE GOODS and EM-
but the fn htc ned children acreaoaed. the following officera were elected: office, and the two receiving, the highest I BKOIDEKIED'SILKS. *. _____ A
and Mr. George Wenr hearing them Chkf-George \VerU. vole for member of tbe legislature I
OF
Experienced Northern Trim mer incharge
rushed to li etr rescue and succeededin First Assistant <;hi f-E. J. Gty. shall be tbe nominees. In case there of not --.A. P- .
saving; the- life of the litil0! girl she Second Assistant Chief-Hah Gor- shall :>e a tie vote for any office the Trimming Dei artratnt.

was was sent ininH-U'',I'lirr.1 I :v h'.II4 ri;:nl.,and H..l :Dr.ifterwork Steen. don.Secretary executive committee 'deckle on CABBAGEI MRS M '
and Trea Mirer-- II. I.. flay of eanva who hall be nominees }BOND'S immense BLOCHEPI'r i
Ins: with lu.r for M roe time succeeded Miller. from the two highest votes tor said I
1n re"uH'I..ti; her '
office bv ballot. SOLICITED.
TRASHY MEDIl IXES. Kb. Tat secretary: of the mitt stock of Dry Goods will Y1 iiISHi 4sJ BK&ID4.LI .

Awarded Many neb flood tbe market. Bo* I stall man for send each to the precinct executive in due lime ] remit Wi i(1 l net ge'proceed highest no market date nf prices nle., aDd 1 I be sold cheap for cash.S. I IItESd M SOS.WK&LE8O5R8 "" : '

Highest 1I0norsVorld's Fair, tame Blood Balm is a conscientiously lots blank poll lists and certificates Write tong ArTilY GttEER; I I and OAMNHt+. ... '

.' .DR: compounded medicine the result of 1 returns, and said comraittteman 3 N Fo'f-vth St Atlanta, (ia. I II E. BOND.E. .

forty year practice by an eminent pby- {deliver 'b;m to the inspectors at t e \ g'lltfer@DCPS: Mare' Saviogs Bank. BEST COR8BT3 11.COATS' A Co'-.
-ician. It is tbe bet blood punIer evet' I I Ipolls at lime ot opening same. Canti- Camp Broe..t! Co., wholesale Ameers J

offered to the public, and is guaranteed !!dates wishing" their names on the bat I 9 mb20- WIftSDISCH I cor TON, iceou.

to cure if given a fair trial. Try k for I lots shall pay to the secretary of tbir I SPOOL SILK LADIES'VA1Ty,
't
'1ft' 1 ail! kin. and blood diseases, including committee by noon c-f May 25, 18W, ii&? "Bread is the -DEALEKIXFORE1SM -
; i CHILD'S CAPitE"
T HOSIERY
catarrh and rbeematkraa in its worst the following sump: Officers whose : AND DOMESTIC FRUITS.
form. One bottle of H contains more terms are four years, $20; officers ,
Staff of Life. HONKST SH 'K> .if !J. \Iett Price
curative and bai iing>up virtue than a whose terms are two years, $10; members TOBACCO. CIGARS.

dozen of another kind. Try "The of tbe Legislature,$10; all minor z CROCHET SILKS.CHOOHBT .
t Old Reliable.1' See advertfwtaent eke- offices, $1; to defray the expenses of + Eat pure, wholesome Candy \ Confections.
whcre. For sale by dru: ats. priming and distributing the ballots, Bread. It's the rOTTuy: n .tleaad eot.

BAKINGPODLR and no ballots shall be counted for any I. ily way to keep Oranges ta soy ovaMfty packed sad aMfped a* ore*]. '

Latest Colors and person failing to pay aid fee. Each healthy especially ..., matte J
,
voter must vote in the district in whichhe I TIle ete<*ated lodUn River Plaearple anBanana Stamped>> Good t. l l.a.j1I.i: Wripperm.3IILLINERY. .
is re istered. Each person voting I a warm climate. on haa4.

Patterns in Summer shall thereby signify that he approves I I superintend my own baking, and An toxxl'.arrajitd fresh staff sound, First Clara fJooUsoM

the principles of the democratic party know that for cleanliness and parity it's -WINDISCH., Q3LY.
PERFECT MADE.A and that he feds himself in honor
MOST
and better than Cnrncr Lemon and Second
as good as some
Cream ef Tartar Powder. Fret Goods arriving every bound to tote for the nominees of this any Ladlea'Knit t'DtJenrear.LadJea' .
pure Grape the October election. That Freah'every morning, at your door.
primary at
Alum other adulterant,, Dr. Price' Cream
from Ammonia, or any Baking Powder Linen Underwear.Parasols .
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. day at Bond's. this rule shall be posted. at each polling M. ,J. L1PSEY, WrU-s Fair MithWt Award.

place. Proprietor GnoaaVs Bakery.: and Umbre11u.rui .






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IGXORAMUS" OX THE SITUATIOX. Some Educational Statistics.

; [Extract from in Address of HOD.W.T. Harris Weak, Irritable Tire Horticultural' Society.'
,
z& 'I'IenlcL U. 8.CommUklooer of Edacatlon.] The ninth annual meeting of the

In the past twenty years the South "1 Was No Good on Earth. Florida State Horticultural Society will Looking (
interested in
We bare beeu greatly
Jacksonville the
has increased fifty-four cent. in convene at in rooms
the recent controversy between the per Dr. MIles' Nervine
population; but in school population strengthensthe of the Board of Trade, on Tuesday, '
ocrrespondents, which waxeJ quite weak, builds up the broken Backward
May 5th at 7:30 continuinguntil
has increased 130 per cent. In 1874 down p. m., _
warm towards the close.II constitution and permanentlycures
fourteen and one-half per cent. of the noon of Friday following.
**.ADtl1o-. %on" and "flugnenot" were every kind of nervous disease. to the good old days one wonders how
population were enrolled in school in Tickets at the very low rate of one
1ft tiy skirmishers. Their guns aeemedcerry ; ; eAbout ene y*(fr ago affltrttd i :. the colonial housewife succeeded at ;
1894 twenty-two per cent were enrolled with tterrousnttJi, ilttplemtmt**, cent a mile to ani: from the meeting
i well, but they would not close all without
or one out of five of the population Creeping mentation in tnvltgt, (available only to members surrendering -
tip. Wauhoo" retired, leaving the Slight palpitation .rtRwlaecrl, the Secretary's certificate will be r
white and black. Even in Saxony )
the to be but Distracting eon fusion of the mind,
fjett to enemy sure,
which excels all countries of Europe Serious loss or lapse of m m rv. placed on sale at all points on May 4th &o1D OOST
off the laurels victory.. Wecwsgratulate .
Leasing in iu school enrollment, the per Weighted down with rare ndUort"II. and 5th, good for return until the 10th- F
him on hit triumphs.To I completely lest
appetite
centum in school is only twenty. Special rates to members will be madeat
defend the history of South Carolina And felt my vitality wearing out, ,. =
This is a wonderful showing for the I was weak, irritable and tired, the various hotels. VlashingPowder
is not only an houor, but the duty I
Hu weight sea reduced to Any the /
wisdom and self-sacrifice of the Southern 16016, person can secure privilegesof

<4 ergs true Southerner. And to endorse I people. They are indeed buildinga In fact I wm no. good, on earth the meeting, including the reduced This famous preparation is one of
A friend
the utterances of her distinguished broagtt
"New South;" and its corner-stone me Dr. Miles' book. transportation and hotel rates (also published the greatest boons science has ever
statesman is not only voicing the I
is the school. New and Startling report), by sending $1, as a given woman. It has been the

eotimenU of the tolling millions School property in the South in- Fact." andI i membership fee for 1896, to H. H means of giving her the leisure she l

TVest and South, but :North and East as finally decldde r rightfully deserves. There thousands of
Manville Glen St. are thoughtful, thrifty
creased from 1874 to 1894 from six- to try a bottle of Secretary Mary,
welL* PlaIn Uuguage! suits the musses. teen millions of dollars to fifty-one Da. MILTS': Baoratlre ; Pla. housewives today who would hardly know how to begin without

'There is no need of rhetorical flourishes Nerrlae. the aid of GOLD DUST. Get a package and look backward
millions, or over, two millions a i The Society is one of the largest and
-ben plain, cold facts are to be utteied year.During Before I bad taken to the days of hard work. Sold everywhere. Price, 25 cents
the same period the wagei of one bottle I could most influential bodies of the kind
31Nman spoke them, and the great '
teachers increased 16 per cent. In sleep u well as a f numbering over 400 members, and its THE X. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
hart of the oppressed masses respond .
1874 the number of college students in 10-yr. old boy. My F / meetings are occasions of exceptional Chicago, St Louis, New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
a3. He spoke them, too, fearlessly, appetite retained i
ua&nth Carolinian could, and in thatBdefying the South was 10,103; in 1894" .the greatly. Increased. interest. One half day at each sessionis .,.- '

number was 23,304. When I had taken the fifth bottle usually set apart for an excursion or
manner which only a South
In 1876 the number of white children try weight increased to 1:0 ba., similar social feature.No ruralist desiring -
CaroKniaa would. NOT" Ignoramus is The sensation Intny leg
was
enrolled in school was 1,827,129; gone; to post himself on the latest
cot South Carolinian neither Xy nerve steadied completely
a properly The Little Putnam Saloon.
rpeafcing, of Southern birth. Jut and the number of colored! ;571,500.: Hv memory was fully restored. phases of fruit growing and gardening,

In 1894 there were 3,835,593 while 2Zy bruin teemed clearer than erer. to meet his co-laborers in the horticultural -
be is proud to send up his hat along I felt a.s good as any man on earth. !
aide of "WanhooV and give three pupils enrolled, aud 1,424,995 colored I Dr. Mild SestortUlre Xertlne is field, or to join kindred spirits ina .'V'\.r.r./VV".r.V'

I pupils. A great medicine, I assure you." royal good time, should miss the approaching
cheers for Tillman and South Carolina!
The average number of days of Augusta. Me. WALTZB R. BCKSABK. meeting. Thoroughly Re-furnished and EquippedWITH
The one, fearless and defiant ; the Dr. Mnea Nenioe Is sold on a positive
schools are taught for the whole nation guarantee that tbe first bottle wlil Deoe t. ------ -- -
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for truth and
other, always right All dmrslst sell it nt tl.6 bottles for E 5. or The U. S. Gov't Reports
is 139 and the South
We are not surprised that your cor- Atlantic divisionis it wUlloelM'ot. prepaid, on receipt of price All the Latest and Most Improved Jar Fixtures.A .
100. I by the Dr.Mile Medical eo.. Elkban iod. s.QW Royal Baking PowderJt"nnr
J. F. can ; inSouth
respondent see n good
Carolina. We would not if we The average schooling for the entire Dr. Miles' Nervine c- ro all etfie.rs. Finely .Assorted Stock of

nation is 800 for
la hie" 1eoe. Persons of his Ilk days each person.

are were not apt to. Hut in defaming the Admitting a child to so to school five Restores Health J. T. & K. W. Trains Wines Whiskies Beer. Doaestlc:: and>t I bjsrteJ CI !J's. TO 1:3s Etc., :" .

dl&Yllln a week, and the whole twelve

fcttle Palmetto at his State marvelous, we are display simplyasionlsbed of months in the year, it would be equalto I S. E CHILDS. GOING SOUTH. I C JE3I. :ZEBlEi:: EiKJU PREP

2CO days a and would be Train 2'3 arrives Palatka 10:45;
ignorance. We appreciate the fact that year, only a. m.; JCeinoit Street PalatJta Fla

equivalent to three years and eighty o leaves 10:50 a. m. daily.
!;e gets his information (what little heacems

to possess) from Northern jourlikls days schooling per capita. PIANOFORTES Train 21 arrives Palatka 11:23 p. m.; --- --

With this showing: we have much to I leaves 11.30: p. m. daUy.GOING .
among which there are the fewest ;

amber who can yet write the word be proud of, but there is work yet to do, NORTH. FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R

.Soulb Carolina without gritting their and the educators of our Southland And ORGANS. Train 32 arrives Palatka 5:25 a. m.;I ,

want to the whole leaves 5:30
gird on armor and a. m.
teeth). But this fact does not alter the PIA.1o
TUNING GREAT
1 push our interests to its full capabilities. A SPE- Train 78 arrives Palalka 2:17 p. m.; '
of affairs rob South
true state nor

Carolina of tnat which in justice aud CIALTY.Mr. leaves 2 22 p. m.'Trains New{ Florida Northern Air Line

21 and 32
in truth is hers. For notwithstanding GUILDS was traveling salesmanand .arry Pullman

tbe fact that three-fifths of her population marvelous Keialu. tuner for twenty years for P. P. Sleepers.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Werlein's great Southern music houseof
to-dAyare negroes (always a doubtid And Florida Trunk Lice
Gunderman, of DimonJale, Mich., we New Orleans. Mr. Werlein made

factor in a section's progress), she are permitted to make this extract a public assertion that Mr. Chllds was L. 1) BATON M. 1)

l; keeping pace with her Southern sisters "I have no hesitation in recommending the best piano; tuner in the city of Hew TIME TABLE IN EFiJEtjf1 FEBRUARY 23. 1806.

save Georgia and Texas and is Orleans.Mr. 1WSI >
Dr. King's New Discovery, as the GUILDS keeps the best and '
actually more prosperous than twothirds results were almost marvelous in the cheapest Pianos ever sold in the South. HOMEOPATHISTOFFICE bg I I :

of the agricultural States of the case of my wife. While I was pastorof Headquarters at RY AN'S Mammoth ;..:AJ q ii ; tOii Aoa OaT taMI,R1. ; 1 Jioa 14 1; A ;-1(,
A A
A A A A A A AToop
2 &rth. Her nee, her cotton and her the Baptist Church at Rives Junction House Furnishing Emporium, No. 37 BLOCK. J-ALATKA, FLA. : -.: "'- j = -

she was brought down with pneumonia Lemon etreet.Residence ...... 15574y I 80p 110051 k'l ll'l1U. ... WOJ 94Sa 8 UOp .... ..... ..
jfcosphale will always be sought after succeeding La Gnppe. Terrible and Musical Residence-Corner Main and First St ..... : U3a T& p U4OQL ...Ytr1a.... A 6110 1005 SCa' T25p ..... ... ..
and afford employment for her blacks ConservatoryFirst :.. .. ...... 9 3IIa i 0. 800p 115p: !A emanoftna, .Lvt.6 II 5 2.'Ia 1 .... .... .
while ") conduct her paroxyisms of coughing: would last street,second door from McLar- Office Hours I to 10 a. m., I to 3 p. m.and 1,30 ..... 0 10205. =Y: !13P JOlla" .tnI'M& ...-fT.n f.> till OIOP.... .
hours with little interruption, and it ty's store. m. ...... .. ... 11120 f 0 015 p i Sop RnuUlwwk ...... liar: S ... .
manufacturing interests with that skill seemed if bats: from rdIe\'P b e treated through ...... .. ... 13 Olin cO::> 1I1/1p 2"V OJ San.noab. L.I.1f 1311& ..S trap. ... ..
and foresight which has won him a as she could not survive FAULTKA Fix. he mail. Office consultation fre. apLDDDEN .31" ...... I70M t tot. IlSSOp I&p L. iaraneah Ar'' 136p 13IIa ; .. .
them. A friend recommended Dr. f ...... 14 .11 1 33 Al rfu. A c. L.IIUI: ItQI ------141ip110005 j .
world-wide reputation and given hima King's New Discovery it ......... .. ...... i.1t< 800&JO 4.piA Angusta, Ga OJ .... .... .
monopoly on coarse cotton fabrics in ; was quick t' .... ... 22''P-- eo2a a14pl" .D l1lllMk.81' .. 1212p i..j. 129p 8305 ..
i in its work and highly satisfactory in .. .... ...... 4Oop'bo.' t 31\1.\ a44p .ColutnWaSC :154Pp Ills, U66aI.. .... ......
}he To short one space versed of in one the decade.industrial affairs ie ults." Trial bottles free at Acker- ft-BATES SOUTHERN MUSIG HOUSE .. .... ...... ..... =0: 8 .... partaD o.l'JI.8C. ... .apl . . ...

+ ol th*country it DO news that South man & Stewart's Drug Store. Regularsize ...... ..... SOpB: tlh'IG'JOr"' .Charlotte. N C.. S 3Os 19 sop ''II .a .... .
is 50c and $1.00.Buckten's .... .. .... 18tIp a: 102oai13: tna oJ ..8ah.bvf7. N C.. 739a.t Ilial. ... .... .
./ferolfa, with her native white labor, Sa-van.nah. G-a ...... ...... I. y 11..1 .Gft"t'DIIbnrn.Nt.:.. OJ 4 iSa 7 .. .. ....
Las outrtripped all competitors andiCew -...- ..... .. ... 12 .. Q... i ....DanriDe\ .. .. aOOa I ClIp ....... .
-- .... "..... .. O lit "h:: ....._ OJ. IUeh OD4. Va. Ias'ilse, .. .'. '' io..l ....
rules the world's market on cheap Arnica Salve. ...... ...... 1iIa ICIOJ'I' 44a .. .LTnehburtt, V. .. 1 MIll 4 Olp .... .. ... .
cotton cloth. Massachusetts was comptfled ESTABLISHED 1870. ...... ... ... 1..s "r, \ 12fIa .. .(1t..rlotwIYWe.. IIlIal2'flp .. .. asap .. .. ..
The Bcd ;alve m the world for Cuts, ..... ... ." .UII ei-1' 14111" .Washingsoe. .. 1111p1115. .. .. ,II0UlI .. ..
# to acknowledge that she could THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSEof .... er.a foX 11:55) iioi* ... aJdJIIo" .. .. a 3ftp.tJa..I\I/ >> I ..... .
4 not compete with her rival in the n.-ms, ores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, ...."t'8. .. J x i t.p 120& eo ..1.b1ladelplUa .. IIIp 1-. 1111.)1'': .. ..

uanufactsre of cheap fabrics and was Fever sores Tett .T,. Chapped Hands, the SOUTH _. I..... SUp .28 1 .. ..,.New york..... 3 sit U 109......1435p- i .. .
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loiced to throw up the sponge. This Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup
and Vt Com ruent Can. Car, Oboerration Can between St. J bcI.-
part Dining Anputin
.
tells the tale. If three
decades after
m YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWN
DO
tions, and positively cures Piles or no Till*and tew Vork. Also through Sleepers<< rampa and New York.
c 'inptctp: (fccoialion und devastation, It is to give PIANO besides the other renowned make, which we handle; since years? X..35 and 86 catty Sleeper to and from Ctaebuuui rla. AtbeTllIKle *-.
pay required. guaranteed ant Through Day Coaches JackouuTill to Charlotte on No*. U aid '',&
JI.* Jd) v little Sooth Carolina can force Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded Do vou know that we hue our own Factory in Npw York emplo r-u"

ILT run and powerful rival to the wall price 25 cents!! per box. For ale by own skilled workman and can viva you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR ----

in) ay; out particular, what will she do Ackerman & Stewart, druggist*. MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE? CL CL5 (ATI-JACS30\y1LLE. IJ HOLLY SPRINGS KOLtE:

ai- the rears go by? Surely the enter We refer to the LUDDEN & BATES PIANO, and chetrfnlly Invite --. rl To St. Loato, Clat__=:n. SIOOT rry.x : .
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amt 'aiin'8 of ber time-tried enemies I comparison. I I=:, ,I i'ii I I; : M.i No. 34,-, ---- --- I1), '3

are of nu avail, and in the noontide of Summer Law Lectures We are proud of the Piano that bear* our name. You will be prouJ and ; Ioe4trre, Naait-I'd:ihd;: i --'---
her future it is quite likely that they pleased to one.EASIEST. Si"fc.e rune and Indian-:,ti ""' 'l._ TOOpm I.T .. JackMfiTilfe... Ar 82flam
possess = aptlll, I e"n.I t.T Atlanta.. Lt '10 aorm1ft
wt'.be! "gl1a hingt.h lr toothless uob"when UXITCnSITY OF VIRGINIA. TKK1IS. LOWEST PRICES. M, f ,i*? liOHn'n LT... .. Birmiahani t. Y srpnl
.
their blinded eves are opened loll : 7 Mpm I.T Holly tyrf***. 73aau
July I to 9ept 4. 1510. For ftndrntt and pi etitiKKtv. Jacksonville Hraocb UEO. K BRADNACK [ : Z30m LT .Sf'. Ixmlo I.. T30j.ni
the tVt: I thru her neb fields are m'loir CTlta year. F.'r catalogue, addressY. 8 iaLT| ..1HkleDtUkr .3IJam 1t3fltt' .....
11h ed them. ( : O.t'turk/tUaTtiUr, Vn.) 16 W. Ha) -1. Manager Ar. t 'Pp Imtfm I Y... < hiei;;n .I.y 13Spm
Hva by I Ta0f i LT. ... .. Lv 730amI.
ap3-4w it. l... .1l1 0R. Secretary. CIIAS.; E. ROWTON. Sole Agent for Palatka.: 4 traiAr. ] .: ... .. .
fort the comfort J. F. .. O9a.eLv staas t t,
H .lull*::, / A ; sr318Ol'PPm
There-I L... !a4? 12j" 1 ...jLy. ... .Blrmtacham. '
i th'riflOm SouLh'C roUna's --- .
J-Uon'" is wholly 4 Ar : .::: ,:-819pt.Ar.: ..: Kaws.Memplkia Y'L. \196raa ft3Unro

'. .' w, MM) 1 'U.iTel'xpeet.! e'en J. F. to j LING WAR.Fr.OXT ... .".'A."" M4ipat .. I' -
!!
The Clyde Steamship Co. .. I Ar CbatfiasatRa. a.p... .. Through hUman Mtoe per* St. -all andbat
,-d..t tier ponrty! a. his party and YJlIe 91erpert1 tam 1 I u.
.:::: _| .Q1fMneati.. j 11l ral.. .. : -.o
com;>atriot8 were so recently the : .1.J riU. with roe j;<

r. ijT factor m despoiling her of her
v ./ h. First-Class C h El8llll fY Hetwee HtVILLE JaeksoaTill ROLTK and CIDcuw.a1L
i :
**, :'tlior is tin re the )least po ible No. 9. and 84 rolled Vestibule botwen
ST., 1'ALATKA FLA. I e asa t.' .Jaclmo.vUle.: .. ..+r 9 t.1IuD
.' \ ,.:cer: ol the ""d State being sold t Jacksonvilleaa.l Cincinnati ,11 raajLV .aY&.aab .... .. .Ar imam
Tillman': .aw First-class work ... Coleabia.. .Lv I14aw
... Since dispensary | guaranteed.
(> i I : =,: ::. Mpartaniwrg i .::: i.v 9ZpmIl
i \i.<> r ,cuai i it. from iu worbt enemy (a Work; done on short notice. oct II Olaa Ar iiendaraoerll.... .. I... 715prnItipm

sire chu"l'U"l'reviod"y tried w Close connections for Chicago and'12ae aAr, .. .\-1IeYI11e '
Jrj !
l '' LLr
the still : ... .. H..t eprtap ly Mpm
!bout success, and which -4.-- I 413paIAr
w. ... hnoav111.. L. 900.m121.m1
:gJiiV approve! ), 8<>mh Carolina's poeiiHJtiif all Western point ,AAr: .:Lexll toa. .. .. ..Lv byam
HEAD .. .
are quite HvprenLli ] A CLEAR ; 7 IOsvi Ar (1DeiDDMi. rltOfJpm

"Ulen'cd corrMoDODdent"ad ] -----
t your
expressed nt'b opinion of Kansas, good digestion; sound sleep; a .


(aetk-ntly'br.8ka.lowalr!Movi( !" Illinois t to New,aU of Enghmd whom fine appetite and a ripe old age New\ York Charleston and Floirda Lines, _I:! Dally oe. { :Fa:O'Soath'!I- and We.t Orlran ri rlda--and;New- NO DMI7.71 I 1)t3:. ---

.ilb of the results of the . .
ty IEU'.P', tie .htQ.1 l aclee are some use : I.... ... Lv T.-.Irernandroa. Ar ;: 4<
.. .. .. .. ..
be sifts Ly 4'aliahta Ar i :2.im: H
Ihat time
n ihry 1lIht: t nt any of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single Magnificent Steamships of this Line ai e appoint- s 2 Sapal fMa-1.y.... .. .. ....Jack"oontler 719am' 243paiLT 3*
S cloned off. Uui& d!> loa;; at tbe &.ltIh< :: I 949fa10 2laJDIAr: .. ... . Italilwia. .. .Mam! .Wpm '!. i *
..U.e "red i '.K) ." t''lem.t' gees dose will convince of their ed to i aii as follows: i 5 iiiS.aL11l1.a, "... .. ........Stark*.... . .... a04a.Il2aq.m
you ''U..Ut-1aml. . .Wahl. ......IIl.: .. 1J
Scrupulous Sh j.\ .*rk>. *u.! wili not go Calling at Charleston S. C., Both Ways: 5 a... ....... It@pm .. .... ('.aDfto\DIe ." .. . !111 noun e
alder the hammer at le t.uni we wonderful effects and virtue. I. .. .. 44Opa I" .... ..C'edarkey. .. .. .. ..I.I Ifiiuii, : 4
would be KtaitsVttt.v from New Tork (STANDARD TIME. From J&rk_nvlllr. 51 f 1>f..1'1pmi{ lIAW\b..,.. ;I.... II Mem i .. =
irthiT tluok thin u f . .. .. .. -
: aq.nl 'lira :267am II (epic : :t' ;
if J. F. WoIllol! l >-u.[xnd his A Known Fact.An (Pier *9. B. K.) STEAMEBS. Ftnrida.Saterday 1 I Ia 11t.I' :pm .. .. Silverbetags .. .. .. I' 4U..oo $
'. vrr Souih iJi.u March SMh.at$pm.... ... .......SEMINOLE..Tkur.Aav.. April at T+O a m :j i 15i5am) 140pm' . 1)QIa. .. I..IO ani ; =
Uinltsjjivmn 8er\ ; < ( r, SUrrh fist at3 COM.O'CHEMW1*. .HnriUay. April 5, U Hasa nThBr = S .. ... .... .. .' Hoatn.w---- .. i
i-V'. his New absolute cure for sick head ::::: .:.: ... ...: ::. d sib. Ira i :: .. -
l "dewtlatiDM"Hnrt j j'Wu wt.M'IT. April 4th. a< 3 .t ALOOXJCIN io aud fri.-mis m hit II' prveM re-j I 'hNoda\. April Irk at a p m .... .... .*KMIOLK .... .... April Ktfe. at 440 aTIK a j ,,1'i.....' i 69pa!. l.er..b.rg; .. II Mpa, f M..... !
ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour Thursday, April1ldt. at 3 p a..COMAN( HE: (new- jv. April at 4-J a.ThnixUy a 2. a in. :l27pm .. .. ... .TuU't'll. .. N legs,. IIJltciUI!
J \11 i:: over Ibticuijorary su (;"eii-ioii Saturday' April 11th at 3 p m.. .. .. .... IKOQCOI : .. .... April IohM6Alssa p I 46ami 4 ..'Itml .. .. .. ..tkJ&atl8. .. .. 7 tips, 79iani. y- *
r ne of Ge. -i.I.a i'Uou tuilA) 'I stomach,dizziness, constipation TnetMteT.. April 14th. atSpm.. .. .. ..... AL OXQUIN .. ..%seay, April ..... at b.au -O.- I I5 nl&wl, 2lpm.. .. .. ....'W"RtiarPa. .. 3Mpm: .r.r.n. 0-7
........ ..fOOMAXCHKnw( >*.. .. ..'I1aanda.AprU2Itl.aU to m.SMday ... '
lUauEut fae- t.rday. April mh at 3pm p 41 am 3lpml, "........ M. Cat Tin. II 17pm: 9s4am s 3M43pm
r :a?o. whets- >o ru .... .... April Silk at 1:18 pm 5I I ...... '
Teeday.
r) ..' were cloM l tieoriria bad iaN time bilious fever, piles, torpid liver !HitnnlaT (,,"IlMb.at: )P_ ... .... ......tEM1NOI.E: .. .. .....Th.nday.ApnlSOtbat5atiaaTaead.ty. ; :: 14M.a 437ami! i 331pm'3l: ... .... .. .IJMeoetoe.Dade CIty .. .I*.MB> 114.Satan .

",I j'.i ie, ever, u she bad !heeD oo di!- kindred diseases. .+....Ulltb. at 3 r ....... .XOU.X.HtDW>*.. .. Sunday, )brld.ac':8IJa: m :: salaa i! 4Wp.1! ... .... ... ..MaatcnySWpmj .... .... .... 74n.;! .
and all i t Jacksonville direct New York direct 3s 71a.m1 .... .. Tampa 0....j 7 99fta.I! -
S {pullet:. Ail bt I lIIUS;!! sere ruooiiii ou 'YI. :r
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1 tune, mud tier 1.;: nH.I": were busv cUiiiluuj Tutt's Liver Pills! CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RiVER LINE. :: Ittpta, 9 44ai |LT... ... ..Jaebsoevine. 7....'--I.2l'Ia.,' : 3lv
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Gpa I Ar..LakecJ&1 aaamMMpBJ! Si-j ?
:; "h,,:: Mod iKimiay" to povwiyiruJvcit eo; 3 .. ...
I 9 apm u aipa .. ..UYf'Jak ... ." i 4 "l&aII1Ii.tnl i =. Xtrr
1\:1\: : And we d,xiV not Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. k.j;; lo3fpm, U ".... .... ........MaAn. ... ." : 34aaa'lo'' ...mi s1ltipa cHf.
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that h-lure ibi- I-U-M-.UI' locust: I. over. gaipa' .. MoMlo.lle! / 2154.' II "kta --.
I Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 3 30 p. m., for Pa- c i sp : 43pal a....1.. ... .. .....Taii.baa..e ... t 1It'" O ; :t'i t
some other fnnnetr1ceo irmoo ot i I ill...... gtp. .Q.I.ey ... 1 :
the Norui will Of "jinkini minis" I(i the I Utkn\ San ford, Enterprise and Intermediate Landings on the SU Johns : :::::: :::: Blur JuetkM ::. '.:'::: ::=1:::. ... .7 dTkreegb =

CHELlSMORGAN'S Pullman loupe ..... ....... ....--...... .. ...... ....., ... .
bo-iMtnl.ic' d >i'r I'f "Dixitf: River SUNDAY, 1U,>DAY and FRIDAY. '! epenJackonTtUtoNewOriean S...a.a "........ .......Wotdb ...... .......' I Slipa .... :
of J. I'Vs "wij.ins: Waa- .. ......... .. .. .. ..
The idea Returning, leave Sanford at 11:00 a, |m., and Enterprise 11:90 a. m., for Pa- 735 ii l New Orieaa. 9 4 im .
though uelighl! -
boo's
I'HI.
ypinif
fully allitemtivv. It io ruua.nee a t latka Jacksonville, and Intermediate Landings: on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY. IDaily except SoxUy. tO- cUoo.at Tampa foe St. pewnbu Manatee River and Key
farce. We do no fe whyVauboo I IMPROVED CHILL TONIC We t and Harms teamen hteanwr -Kana,""" for all pasts on Manatee riter. At Mar e
should weep. i">i> ? Wy since J. ir''e I General Pa**.arr and Ticket Ofn(' 8$ W. By Street, JackMtatllle.Fla.. for L,CToM. At Waldo strainer for MeirMAr CoBBecU at Tallahassee for St. Marks Caratell
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. and Apalacbieola. t inecu at Ryer Janetio fee Cbattaooocke after teamen. Connect atUcala
tendered bira.
free pardon hu be eu A. J. COLE, General ra Bcer Agent. I r. M.HWXMOVOEB.JL. I'1& r.\.n.. .
It U a tree Chill Care combtaatioa with West ? _JacUooTUleTTaM. for Homoeawa.Anbaeae
\\'ben MawachusoU's M>< to SoutbCarolint } JUrerTtofl/cs. 5 B..wUcc Oreen. New Tork I W4 Kay frt t wm be ellecked from Union Depot. Tickets win U told at the city ticket offlc.
WbeapropertytikenUn Tr L.HOWARD Ha. Art.
*'.1'by"t.as be forgiven thee..\_ fail to nre the_tobstlaate case of Chills H. CZ.TOE.A.T.9 Bowling St. Green Sew Tork/JXO. Ft.dogs.S& .JacksoanUe,IT* 2QJ Hona street aa weD aa at the Union Vnot ticket office J. t MARSHALL.

the whole ground is covered. Thu. f Ferer. Wbr other fall it will ore. D.D. C. MIXK. G. }. A. IJ.A.LESLIE.: Superintendent Ticket rent.502 West Bay street,enraer Hoeaa,Jack ooTUl FlaX. :
the Federal Point ha*done. It I*pleaaaat to taker aad contain aothlar to U So.DrUwara, Philadelphia. Foot Itoeao St, Jackxmrtna. N.B. "DDYOTO .Traffic Manacpr.' A. O. HAClKXLLttien.P.i*.Meat
tKritity at U jrt tM MOM delicate .,.t... BaMe take THEO. O. KGKS.T.: 4L ft Bowline Hreea new! York
He has forgiven; Wauboo; thereforelh it ean?. At a Tonic It U without aa equL

blinded Tillnunite, like blind liar Gun..... ferTMrdnrrUC WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.:

iituus has only to hearken and behealefl. Price 50 cute per bottle. .;.... Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.

IOXOIUMCS. Yowl CO.. CittUooof. Teas. II s. Delaware An ftUacI.lplila. o U wllni Gf",,'..ir fork-

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I I The Prohibition State Convention, Grand Tournament at Oeala.

FEDERAl.POINT. AL SouthernQ for the purpose of selecting delegates Editor Tlmea-Herald.

East to the National Convention, will be The ladies of the Ocala Chapter of
Correcpondene Time>Heral Florida .
: held at Lawtey on Wednesday, April the United Daughters of the Coa ..f.22J. -
FEDERAL: POINT 13.
April Railway. It Is not known yet whether a eracy are making preparations IK a
It is stated In the last issue of
your .
State and Congressional ticket will be Grand Tournament on May 1st, 1893,

paper that the election of Mr. Gay, a nominated or not, but many are in for the benefit of Battle Abbey.

Republican, to thA office of Mayor ofalatka Coast ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
By.TIME fa>or of a State ticket. Ocala will have a gala day, and enthusiastic
: was partially due to the man- .
--- workers have determined to
ner to which the ballots were printed. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder give Florida such a contest of skill

If the writer is rightly informed the TABLE'IX EFFECT FEBRUARY COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS, 'lMt veef.-t Mad with. the lance as has not been M.Q

mis-print of the ballots was an attemptby ,,19 '1896. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS. since the days of Arthur and his

some one-or perhaps more than "'f' ORLANDO.. .

one-to perpetrate a little dirty trick in 4 OUTH BOUND. XORTH AND EAST XORTH AND WKST. MESSRS. LJPPMAN UROS., Proprietors The r- i roads have piomxaed gr&y

order to embarass some of the supposed P. P. P., Savannah, Ga.:
reduced rate. Three prizes are offered
P.. as N.. U! .. 10 No. 13 GENTLEMEN feel it my duty to
disgusting x0.23 I xa35 'I \!\Vahn Short I U. *. Cia'ttFIa.Lld. I N. 1 inform you of the cure your wonderful) -first, $25; second $1.; third, 9KL

STATIO" I" Alt TraJa Pall,. ..d UB I FMLUatdJ All TraUu 0&1,. Led '.FUrldaExpr medicine. P. P. P., wrought in my Entrance fees to the lists 82; admit*
who voted for the candi- S. W.Llmtd.. MAIL *..'
Republican yJacklOD.UIe. 6 4 i .'\tAnSt.Augeatine .... caee. I have suffered for two years ton to general public to the gronat'swith
date in consequence. It would seem II; UOp 74'P ...... Dyspepsia and Malaria in the
10a .. ..... .... 25 cents, children 15 cents. The
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to the writer that this State has been LY $SAngeetine Ua:! LT.rck'vln.,...F.CAP I IS M&JU 0 *aj S w PLT Ly. laakaoDYilla. F.C. A P. T 00 pm S 15 am worst form, and was a daily sufferer

disgraced long enough by political LrEFalst Lv Iluti :::. i...b:1: :::::: ::::: ::::.: y ttaTaa'alk..nrettt,.F.C-ot Co i X13 0 M in pm S Of U pavil; 9:15.0 pm patLTOolWBbiajgoatVnTi "r. Sfaooa.BrvfMt,BBia Io\\th.era ......... Tirim. 85 pot,10 4 n U am from sick headache. My bowels did crowning of the queen of Love eras
.. not act but twice week and fre Beauty, and three maids ot honor Cast
WpmTMptnUOBam! ....... pain a ,
100 T U
..... ..... .... Aty th am
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trickery, and Ibis little municipal elec- oU Palatlt"... 1080. It : Ar CiarletUiitoatk'B. ] I S:)Pmt 80 pal IS5 art, Cliatiaaeon." ... .. am 4 % quently only once a week. I could not
LvFalatka.... J e25sii35aAr. ...... ..... ...... .uW.. ,' : il S 16 : ijj amK take plaee at tbe Marion Opera Houae
&$ an a.y0' paiAr .... ,&. Ad... .
tion, it is hoped, will be a lesson for all aill Cln l i pra ..!.. pi!! retain palf I ate and stomach was
& ami! OS ft my
Baltiaier -
:= ::::: = pat .......... in the evening, followed by a ball. Refreshments
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.San Mateo... 1204' Ar PWl.' .Pa.l\.fll to amf 1 S3 p2 100 .... .Art (bam.Calr. t fib.
parties in the conduct of our county 120p ..... ,,7.} U .... .... always uncomfortably heavy. I tried
LY San XAteo.. 130& 130& ..... ... Ar K.wtort, Mpml i .api3 .*' am .. I),SprVl.K S pm will be served on the
J .l u.. eb fn ....... .. pills and all kinds of medicines, but
and State elections that will not pass ..... .... .... w I' : and also
L1'0rm0I14._ Mrs I30p. only found temporary relief-in them. I grounds during the nenmr-
unheeded. The sick and Thr*.f h the "I*.dLT. .r the Sky;' D.II7. ? ::'ua .. j Ill) pm ::::::::::
people are 142p. City ls
1205
::Lvt'ortO DaDayton" '" r.. lb2p .;::.; ::::: :::::: .JackaonTU}..F. O. *? .. . 0 pmL.t ............... ............ ..-.. was despondent and was hoping to soon Admission to coronation and ball GQs.
tired of all the past dirty work that has 2tOp..... ..... ..... .. .. ? find relief in death.
LYX.w8mTD&o 11445 .......
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been done under the name of politics, I.' Oak HUI .c...... ..... ................................. $OolnmbtaSoata 8.11II' .rm..'!.......... 1130. 90: E4S pmt, Seeing your P. P. P. advertisement We beg your' assistance in making
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Tltun-fIle. 1234p Sp.reabutrg, am I[ decided Dr.the event as public as possible by la-
and the party that continues It will not : :: CityFoinC...:=:: :::::. :::::: :::::.:::::: Ar.Aihrrtll*. : ::::::::::::::. 1 00 pm QUICK TIME TO ALL Peak to to try it bottle and requested and after tak- serting this notice in
Coma. LT.Aah.TilJ.. ............:. 14..6 pmSU POINTS' NAMED. get me a your paper*
.... .. .. .. M
only suffer defeat but will be held in ... ...... .
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I. Rkld.lrltI. 1201 ho1YW. .. .......... lug that bottle I felt hundred
pm .
.
..... .... ...... one per asking exchanges to Rules
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.. copy. governing
I. Eaa Gal1ie. IMp .u.C.oiDqQ. .0......._......... TU
contempt and disgrace, as it will ricnlydeserve. t\a.rI1O......... ...... ...... ..... ...... sic cent. better. I have taken two bottles
I.. )1e1bourne.. otp ...... ..... ....00 Short train lave Everett for Brtunwlok,T JB5 a. m., 10:80: a. m. tlt m-, 435 p. m..9:49 and will soon another and I tournament furnished on appl-
A party that has to resort to .. SebutiaD... ..... 237p.: ............. ...... p.m. Through Pullman alaeper.Jack* aTtll.to ClaotnnaU via A.Lrllle.For get can cation. Respectfully
fraud and little trickery to win is .. t. Luda. ..... ...... ..... ...... now eat in peace and enjoy everything ,
dirty .. Fort Pierce... ..... ...... ..... ...... full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway and can sleep like a top. My teata MRS. Tuos. SXILIE,

most assuredly unworthy the support :: Jensen.Ede...::::::: ::::: :::::: :::::.::::'; System, or its connections. aches have ceased and my bowels are Miss GARY,
of any voter; it is simply a rotten mass regular. I would advise all suffereisike
of detestable :: ituart.AUds:::.:::: ::::: i ..::::: ::::: :::::: W. A TURI, W. H. GREEN, 1. K. CUL, aEHABDVIOT, mysalf to give P. P. P. trial and Miss BADGER,
corruption, a organization .. Rohe Sound.. ..... ............ ... .. GoD, P... -'ceo'Chao J-ip rloUad nt, TraAe Maaa(... Ant 0.... P-Afk, a
that is disgraceful:; to the people .. 11'Jupiter... _... ...._ ..... ..... 'Waaal&fftaa.D.O. \Va iaf1oa.D-d Waahinctoa.). O. Atlanta.os: hey will write you as I have, that P. Committee on Program
...... ..... .....
.. RJYiera. .. Slop. P. P. beats medicine on the marOcala 11.
who support It. No strictly honorableor .. W P Beach.: a OOp a Sop ........... ........ W. D.Florida ALLEN Paiwencr, Ant, / ket. Yours any truly, CURTIS COLLYER, April .

honest man will connive at or support p.: : m Ant Bay Street JACXSOXTILLK, FLA. Artist Painter Orlando, Fla. Dr.lUIarf PfJn KUa stop. u...............

fraudulent action whether it be April l.t, 1,100. ___ _____

political) or otherwise, and it may as NORTH BOUND. .' -. -- -..----.
1 =L T-L-rL-rL SY T-LT T..1..L.-r..L. T 'fi :IIRipans :
well be understood that that is the feelIng -

all over this State to-day. The x0.12I.RO.'
STATIO S. 1\0 'If. .o.T8 1\0.
TabuIet.Disease
little Palalka election was simply a GO TOJOHN t

forerunner of what will happen to more .. -...... .
LT PalmB In. 1051. 7 AOa .... : .. ..

Important elections if the same methods :..RoralPoin'a W}'ImBeacD := 70S5.115. :::::: :::: : :::.:: n

.. Rlrtera..... .... 123a ...... ...... .... ii commonly eomest on with slight symptoms, which when
are adopted. .. .......Iota. :... ...... ...... P. DUANEFOR neglected increase in extent and gradually grow dangerous.If .
I had begun to think that"n untress" .. Wjspere ........ 8Ma .... ...... ...... ,
.. Alicia.... j........ 827a ...... ..... ...... SUFFER FROM HEADACHE DYSPEPSIA
was a friend to me, but In her lastreek's .. Stoart....... ........ It.!. .... ... ......... -I you Take RIPANS TABULES.
or INDIGESTION, -
.. ... .
down the communication gauntlet and announces she throws that ... Jenaea Fort Eden Fierce._.:::::::: :30.<: :::::. ::::::i!:::::: d If you are BILLIOUS, ONSTIPATED Take RIPANS TABDLES.

tiC Lade... ........ .38a....... ............. Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage have A DISORDERED LIVER. -
she is going to deprive me of the benefits fotobaa.tian. .. ... .... 10 a1a ............. ....,. ,
Melboarne.. 'I If joir COXPLEXIOX IS SILLOW er ?"
of that-'Poor Farm," whether she Narno. ...146p iH=.::::'; ::::: :::::: SUrER DISTKtSS! C1TH. Take RIPANS TABULES.

can vote or not. I know thai th Ean. 1IGallle... IMpIU2a.! ....... ...... ...... 121 CENTS: PER POUND.

"hand that rocks the cradle" is ocklgeli'L San .... ...232p... m :::::: :::::: :::::: SPARE RIBS, 12} cents. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEP BEST CUTS, 121(',. fi For OFf OF 3SITL THI BRUTH sad.ALL ? ?". Take RIPANS TABULES.RIpans .

itT Point. ... l2i2p: __.. ...... ...... and 15: STOwCR -
miehly tough one sometimes,and it Ituarille... 316p IZ.'p ...... ...... ...... H
foot aklIlIl .. ........ 16Ip ...... ...... ...... cents.AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Tabnlea act gently but promptly upon the liver stomach /
well known that torn
cradle a slippered does ottUraagel;: I...403p, tUp 225p :::::: :::::: :::::: and Intestines; cleanse the system effectually; care dyspepsia habitual -

times keeps the moving: Darton&. .21; 253p ,..... ...... ...... constipation, offensive breath and headache. One TABCLK taken
with a kick, and I am pleased to kn Ormon ; ,.S6j) 303p __00' ...... ...... at the first indication of Indigestion, biliousness, dizziness,distress after
Ease it/ I Sop ...... .. ... ...... 1
that there is one woman who is satis -I-----I-- eating or depression of spirits, wlU surely and quickly remove the

106p 'IO\p!' ._ ... _
with the power *he already ha, a lops\ a lop ?...... ...... ...... BUY ONLY whole difficulty.
make '1 Rlpans Tabules are prepared from a prescription widely used by
don't aspire to a manjo: un. '
ar j 4Mp ... ...... .....
I think myself that the wom&x.oughtto Li J f I15p1 106p .-..... ...... ...... the best physicians and presented In the form most approved by

vote. If they could, and b4I! more LT IDES-. ;i...._ pt 15p-- .... -...... Fertilizers made by L. B. DARLING FERTILI ZER Co.theyare modern science.
noble the babies' would ArS ngne t.I I e., U7.... .. If given a fair trial Rlpans Tabnles are an infallibe car-- they eon-
like the men
Lv S nga.t, .. f boa Il JOaATJ l "
feel more independent, and could yell une.! ...s.l: ;:i hop 1= 1060a,122ip ro'm tarn nothing injurious and are an economical remedy. *

___ ____ __ n __ Entirely free ( PHOSPHATE ROCK and are World
with better than
and kick up a grace '
8 23 and 74, Nassau Limited make no "
they now do; but if "Huntress" don't ezcrptlna thooe Indicated by time flares. ONE GIVES RELIEF.
"' rains 31.36,S1 and 78 between Jackloo.met8t Renowned
she tL'On't-that.'s certain PURE BONE BASIS and(
vole
want to and: daily.I as having only a ,
and it be that I won't get to the 35 and 38, between SackaoUTille
may and Kt.Vngnitine,daily except A quarter gross box will be sent, postage paid, on receipt of Ml r IT.

poor farm either. Sunday.HiAet All train. south o/,st. Jr1 except Taking their PHOSPHORIC ACID entirely from Bone. tents byHipans I' I

The air is full ot rumors of dances, Parlor Can on Trains 23. 31, 74 and 78.
excursions and the like. Spooner is yet Train 3; and 38 consists of I'ullSaD Palace Chemical Co.
Can which fare .
only cm extra I*charred
living and inhabits this place, and as In using HIGH GRADE'FERTILIZER, like the DARLING, you ,

long as Spooner lives there will be Steamer "BISCAYNE" y 10 Sprnce Street, New York, N. Y.

music in the air. It appointed to perform aenrice between Lack nothing, in supplying the Fruits and Vegetables with the Local druggist;everywhere will supply the Tabales! If requested to do so.

When a single man goes round try PORT LACDKROALE MIAMI and COCOANUT They are Easy to Take Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor's Bill.

ing to renl a house, the supposition is OBOVE, a*follow* : I I to make them Ship well from
ngredients necessary, I' TS _S. Z ZSS T ZTLT ::r-T"'T: L"+- _
Leave Fort Lauderdale
that he either contemplates matrimony at 8 a. m. every Monday
\Vednesday'I Friday, arriving Miami 3 -
or is going to making counterfeit p.i m; Cacoanut Grove 4 p.m.,sane y $team -

money. We have such a case here; so er Leave Della on tbcoanut- ltrolI and Miami. and everyTuee Saturday.: Zone to Zone, and arrive to Market in a Sound Condition.

look out for a little item later. day Thundavand 8atnrday morning, "rrt"inC Florida Contral and Penmsilar Railroad
Fort Lauderdale at 4 p.to. same diy. steamer
We scan every newspaper that we Delia on Mondays,Weddedayand; Friday. Encourage everyone you know to use the DARLING'S,?

read what is said about Cuba.
find to
Short Line Between Florida
Congress has passed the Senate resolu A. tt W. BRANCH andlall Northern
Regardless Brands of Fertilizer. For
of other
any
Points.
tions,but what has President Cleveland
.I. i'! STATIONS
done The majority that pasted these No.3Ng i Dally except Sunday. No. 2 No. 4 ,

resolutions in Congress represents as _II boa I.L-'t 1Sa !Lv !yew Smyrna.... _1I.111a _2101'liZI' ._ Special Low Prices to meet the times for Cash with Order, EVERETT, SAYANKAH, AUGUSTA, 6A., COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON, BALTIIOSC'! ,

1 43a Ar Lake Helen. .... 1000. 115p124p : '
near as can be the feeling and wishes ; .07a Orange CitT.tlSal : ..... I3Na IMpTram ADDRESS THE.... PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST
of the people of this country and if 11 bop I ArOraneeCityJLT UCla lOOp
Everett)Macon Atlanta Chattanooga,Kasbrllle.Lou .,ills, Clnriaaati TMttc.
President Cleveland fails to take proper *beween New Smyrna and Orange City fcremt, Birmingham, Holly Spring, Memphis, UtUe Rock. Kaaaaa CIty$ L als Chle"co. ,,

steps to carry out the wishes of Con- I Junction daily except Sunday. Sioux River Olt,Junction. ,Fensaonla.)Mobile New Orleans,Tezu.: SIcxtro,Catiforaia ..M ruffle eo.*s.

and people he will smirch his L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co.
press These Time Table show the times at which EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 23, 1896.
record with a long black mark that will trains may beexpected to arrive at and depart
from the several stations, but hell arrival or NEW YORK LIMITED No. 32. Leave
eclipse all his glory. I have it Iron departure at the time stated 1* not guaranteed ,rusra ,,, a St. Augustine 9:50 A. M. Leave Jacksonville -
that the Cu- nor does the company hold Itself resiion I ihle for
unimpeachable authority delay w t 11-00 A. M.
any any consequences ariung tiere- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ati
ban patriots are not a maP of bums or from 0 t r.... iMIlj with 0.mpertlaes4. Dteliur sad OS...

rascals, ignorant and lawless, but num- Florida East CoastSteamship O. B. WEEKS A 'ent.ft ,-,4" for ration 8a Car annah., TlHrMKh Catcall sleeper... V>.aDCI1Jall'.ntU hia.too. Baumor J
ber in their ranks the best and most J ,, *. FMhuMfMa.="yew T tt. &,maa. :"ad..
Memoranda Book. 4ra.wN Kantern 6Dt.. Keftrhcs:! '
Line. Send for Pocket p York;162: p. u.
of the Island. Their
intelligent people ev. f Cwnnect' for Ferdandlua. BruMwIek and
is sublime I'alm Beach-Nassau &errl struggle for independence e.SUamehlp .l neat reaches Jad".ije8'p m..st. Aagsa
and is induced by the most oppressivelaws serrlc between Palm Beach and tine 7.45 p. m. i
Nassau will lie Inaugurated January 1*. 1KMLTbertaeant DEPARTMENT. '
and tyranny that no self re pcct- steel steamship-Xorthumtwrlaad" SEED NEW YORK FAST MAIl No. 86- Lea W!
of Jiw nona Burden will mate Uipe.as fellow: ', -o- Jacksonville 6 50 p. m. ;I
tug people could calmly submit to. (Sctidale* bect Mreviftion.)
DaU"eea-.eetkoe ..,. 9t 4.xMtiae 5JO ...
Their success thus far fully warrants Leave Palm Reach. Seeds I eeeiued. alr r1LLE for naate patmu North and for rena41aa. p.(
Saturday............-...............February 1TBeaday Qabba e aid Juri R ip Just o riM Thnmrh Slecyer?JackaooTiUe.Ve* \.r.ar,.
the assertion that they are fully capable ... Fel>ruary is aIM carrying th A k,UIe. ('hMta.aU TJaffMIct
These Thursday ... February 20 I oi r ; 0 sleeper W 'oIanaW& Jle ant N.. M. arrives '
of self-gcvernrnenC peopleare r _
looking to us for sympathy and Twsrfay fatnrday).;:;;?.gS......ttj Februarys February it --WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF*- ace;Kris .. f c. Jaek.oevlle NEWYORK 4.S LID. '
or MAIL AND -
Thursday .. ... February 27 EXPRESS No- 31 11, ,
aid and as lovers of free institutions it Natardar. .... ... FefcrnitryZ* :UG-S a)1.Il'I jD.l.CIN" S. Leave Jacksonville 8 I 15 a. m- '
TveMay........ ._..... ........ ..........Mareb :3 D.l' .SSZI00 .r. a Dally (cvmneethw It.vill. .. i.h: <.
is our place to give it to them. We Angq taNiu.a.nrwith ( < 11-
And erery Tuesday, Thursday and 5aturdaJ'Lea. Goods. / fwaeae wUto-, "oBaA li1aa. Brew .
can have no sympathy with the iron thereafter until April L Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy j crew k.rs sad Darien, ."t

rule of the Spanish Government, and ... Navssao. SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS, ETC. PERFUMES. BAY RUM. ra'h v NEW SLEEPER LINE "

of the Monday... .. : ., stock all ofjthe Popular BrrwMx
if the recognition belligerent Wednesday..:::::::::.*.:.......::::.February February 1 IT' Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our comprise! waoftite Cincinnati and Jacksonville ,
rights of the Cubans is made: a cause- Friday......... ....... ...............February Odors. Paints, Oil and Varnishes Rrtishes, Painters' Supplies, Etc.STEWART )! via Ashvilla.Grand
VaoOaT............ ....M....____. February W l0atllA y Mountain Route- 4
for war we would certainly not hold: Wednesday 26I t..e, Lea,..JachMMTiOs ue .
for >i4 y .. ....' .. ........ .:.... .February FebrraryM ACKERMAN & '' r Am...J.ea.rtepla 1.p. m. by NU. ::11. GILt 4
Grover Cleveland up to blame announcing Monday :. ; :..: .: : ......JMartaWe4n 2 E3IASUUS R.l.
the will of the people. lie day ...:... .. .. .: .........March 4 Lad Coaseciieea 'R 024.T UTK nmtxmm vmm a s,rytr lULl
AM! every Wednesday and Frtdathereafter DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN. .ea. r r' eominr or MOHH.B PLOVIDA. rii"A'/LA A.- .
had time to consider the 11NDa
has ample ApnITLJoseph
until sreur ju' LcaIIMALAT. Lea. Ja kM TiUe !f.G.. m
matter, and his silence is evidence of a Icy Ne. :a dally,for Lake Chf. Lire Oak: fall:.
Richardson sae, XoMINI. hialeeca .
River
.GlI..Ullf\.
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his lack of courage-a failing that he F5""CO' oa&.
GXXXRAL PASSIXGEB CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
AQIST: ,
has more than once manifested. Notably FLOUDA EAST POULTRY Over-Profit I Paying Leaf JacksonvHe 7.00 o- m- New Orleans,
COAST RAILWAT.Two
when he allowed the present and die'oath wept. Ucikn. CaafornU and Ua
Via KaooB,Atlanta.Chattanooga.
1-acMe coart. Carrie* .
tariff bill to become a law without his STOCKJDARRED Stop itGet Connects for XarhTfflc, LootorUI eMLaO....... Steeper. Ant..1i/1dr.
PURE BRED tap sad J'OIDta north "d M'***" Arrive
signature, showing chat be did not dollars and twenly-flre cents : ?8.30 LID. Leave Jekonvi! 9.45 a. m-
for only dollar and Head and For Stark* Hawthorne, Mlrrr tartan 0ea1c.
a seventy. B01-
posses the courage of his convictions. PLYMOUTH ROCKS. out Great Catateffoe nalaearille. Mar: Key WilthraoC leMbore.
will win her Inde- THE TIMES-HERALD'S dobbins arrangemeat ers Guide. WeH send it for IS Holly Springs Route-ST- LOUIS KANSAS Tavarrw.dpopkathts.lo LatwocaUJectofCITY
However, Cuba BROWN: and WHITE LEGHORNS,
with the Word and Works. seats in stamps to pay part postage CHICAGO.LzavzJacatnurica Plantdtf.Ta. ArriT.Jaete.ST&m,. ?
pendence, whether Mr. Cleveland acts The Book's free.
EGGS tor listening 51 per 13; three or etpressage.
as he is requested to do or not. These WAITED I 700 Pares,12000 fflastxations, 40000 70 P. m. rU Alacno Ataata, Birmnfham. Holly Hprnn
settings,!i2.00; the settings, $l. descriptions, everything than used for :Mempnw.8priz1 e14. Kanaaa City, Bt. Leola. Chicago moat City. (rely one change"
Cubans are in earnest. Their cause is Fowls shipped at single express rates fas life tens what you ought to Kaaaa City and Chicago; change to-.Loola. No. 33 rctnra arrive JackenavSleLa0s,sL
just, and the God of Nations will crown Florida Lands. Must Be whether; you buy of us or not. 6.40 p m--Local t<>r Tallahassee ud intermediate P -AlsoDE&SICATED -- pay, yon 8350meFor Tampa and tntermxiiat Pullman .
poteta. 8Jnr Arrive l&cUooYiDe
their efforts with success. The days of for Cash. One profit from maker to met Getit 6.aD.. .
Cheap Fists
monarchial tyranny are fast disappear For MAC&K and ATLANTA TWO TRACT9 DA.LT. Lea JaekMnrftfe. ..IS.....and TOO.
In(. The people ot the world are adrancing Describe folly in detail and be explicit MEAT MEAL and MONTGOMERY WARD & CO, Steamer"XAXATUT from Tampa for Braidratowa Manaiat River roust p.at
beyond the old institutions of MICA CRYSTAL GRIT e rqTr.t.e;at tile Hall Order Method
the divine will as to the Improvements. Also 10.116 M1ehipa Ave.. CMca e. Pullman Sleepers o i all NlghtrTralns.
authority of kings, and state size and condition of building U Write for prices to
more rapidly aa.serthe rights of manhood there Address Parlor (Cars OB Day .Trains Between Jacksonville and Ta'mpa.8eD4
are any. .
the liberty of the The AILLBB
masses. J. C. PRICE, C. for Best Indexed'lown hip Hap of florVU.to
revolution in Cuba Is but a small step I Who is Bemis
fell Tax. FAIR HI. .
of what is bound to follow. J. F. Chicago, nol Interiicheo, Fla X. S. PJnQOKQTOX,.TnUlc,2Uo C r. A. O. XACCOXZU. 0tA. r....




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SPEECHOF restoration of McKinleyism will cure. willing to improve their plants who J.PAINE'S .

the existing evil, when the fact is that I desire to bare increased protection
the depletion began in the first year I rather than improve their methods of CELERY COMPOUND
after the McKinley Act was passed; I produc on. They want higher tariffs, .
and experience has demonstrated the and are complaining; bat the chat s
: oN. CHARLES COOPER, fact that the high tariff tbeu inaugurated i majority of the woolen and cotton millsof

did not afford anv remedy, for New England are doing well and do
:OF FLORIDA! the comparison of the figures [ have not need any disturbance of the tariff."

given will show that under the Wilson Now, for one moment let me call
:IK TOE iioueE OF REPRESENTATIVES Act the depletion of the of your attention to this question of tbe

Thursday, Manh 19, 1896. i, operation gold was less than dunng it was i he under firtt ccuntry year the of McKinley its- here farmer's spoken wool.eloquently You have about many the of benefits you- Mrs J J.A. Sample Owes Her Strength to This the

Act during a corresponding and the projection the farmer got I
The House having: under consideration period. ou wool under the McKmley act, and Best of all. Remedies. t

resolutions reported from the Com The fact is that the banks supplied the disasters to wool under the Wilson ,

mittee on Foreign Affairs censuring the drain of gold for expoit during the Act. Sow, on pages 455 and 456 of the f

Thomas F. Bayard, ambassador of the earlier part of Mr. Harrison's administration Congressional; Record, in the proceed-
until they were unable in pI u- ings of the Senate, is printed a communleation -
United States to Great Britain, for certain by Judge Lawrence the
dence became afraid to do eo longer. .
utterances in a public speech delivered Then the drain Of cold from the treas- president of t the American Wool-grow .a

at Boiton, England on August ury began, which had taken out of the en' Association, in which he comments F '

2, lfn5, and iu a public speech deliveredat treasury many millions of gold and had on the iJcKlnley Act, on what ;-
reduced the free gold In the treasury to was known as the Din ley bill,recently
Edinburg, Scotland, on November 7, almost nothin before the end of Mr. passed through this ttoaee, and on the ,. o

1895, Mr Cooper of Florida said: Harrison'v term, and so was left by the I Wilson Act. The Dingley bill, mind h 1, r a

'}fa. SPEAKEB: It is aid that when Republican administration to inyade you, was the bill prepared by tile pres- .

the treat New York merchant, A. T. the gold reserve at soon as the Democratrc .I ent House, that knows: how to man.senerybodv's 1
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business but its
SieTArt, was asked the secitl of his administration came in under own. ; it
.access In life he said that he had made Mr. Cleveland. After going on to say that you probably {
or.e-bJf of his great fortune in attend- We are further told that the farmers did not know what you were doing, he 'ro' ;. .. v

.Ing to his own business and the other have been injured by the Wilson Act says speaking of the Dingley bill: /' i ito /'

half In leaving other people's business : because It encourages the importationof "This is no protection at all. Inade ; .- hi..
alone. I agricultural products from other quate protection is no better than free

!lr. Speaker, there is no maxim that countries. And yet in 1891! under the wool. Evidently the Committee on r,l} .C y +
could be quoted here more appropriately McKiuley Act,the imports of agricultural Ways and Means, for want of time f, : ., r t

and be more property given ecti- products( were larger than under and mature consideration ;; ,fr *&
rocs consideration by this House than the first year of the operation of the You remember how that great measure .. .'
that under which he conducted his Wilson Act. The foreign farm products great in the amounts of increased
jjreal business affairs We have undertaken imported under the McKinleyAct tariff taxes proposed, but not great 1
to meddle with and to manage in 1891 amounted In value to $67; either in actual or expected results-

the affairs of every nation,and of every 757,438, while such imports under the you remember how it was railroaded
department; and have done everything Wilson Act in 1895 amounted to only through here. The president of the \

except those things that the people of 59012028. Woolgrowers' Association says:

tbe United States sent us here to do. So, Mr. Speaker, we are told that all "Evidently! Committee. on Ways
For the form of these resolutions I the industries of the country, and especially and Means, for want of time and mature
!rave been made and for the pretenses attention is called, flourished under the i or their bill would have been so H w w*, r? ii" v -r--- "--c-. y. > SSw-iT,.ti t t,.*' .:., _. *,>*, f w l

Under which they are Introduced I care McKinley Act, and that tbe same industry framed as to give some measure of pro w 'i i

Dothing.: I go behind the form and I has been seriously injured under tection." 'StrfS. : -: & S rt / .

the pretense to the spirit and substance the operation of the Wilson bill. Do So every man of you, who promisedthe s.xtSS--. =3i?'
of the I not gentlemen know that there has -
resolutions, and find that this is woolgrowers in district that a .
your tl
-merely an incident in a crusade In the been, under the first year's operationof YOU would them "some measure

interest of that exorbitant, insatiate the Wilson Act, more woolen machinery of protection"give came here and voted __ r

-plundering form of protection which put into operation,more mills ouly for a bill that the president of the ....: N .. .. 4
built V +w.
the people of the United SLatesl'tpudi. ,more men employed, more wages Woolgrowers': Association
steel so overwhelmingly at the polls raised than in any equal time in the says cave For the unfortunate
them nothtn But what does be who lie awake
under the designation ot "McKinley- whole operation of the McKinley Act? of the McKinley Act that measure say I staring at the ,I organ, together with the nerves Dur-I| from every section of the United States
ism" It is the lesson of all history The American Wool and Cotton Re- under which of ceiling and counting the ing the waking hours the nervoiu to write sincere hearty words of praise ,
that the greater the abuse the more porter some time since published a happiness was you full now? He say your of cup the strokes of the clock, every sleepless system works incessantly. Poor sleep; and thankfulness for this grand Invigo-

intolerant it is of criticism, and wehave statement contrasting the condition of McKinley Act and its effect says on wool I night is an eternity. means a poor nervous condition, and rator. Peoole enjoying perfect health
a striking illustration of that truth the woolen industry in May 1892, urdei! and Mrs J. A. prolonged Insomnia leads In every cue sometimes wonder at this gratitude;
presented her to-day. This proposed the McKinley Act, under a Republican sheen Sample of 1658 Broadway, to prostration and too often to dread but whoever has suffered from prostration
censure is not bec&rse Mr. Bayard in administration, before the election of "Under it prices of wools constantly New York city, was afflicted with insomnia insanity.The of the nerves, of which insomnia

an elevated, scholarly, and creditable M". Cleveland and a Democratic House, declined, and the inevitable result until her nerves were on the I mischief that result from weakened is one of the symptoms, will under-
'jC address, used certain words that more with the condition of that industry on would soon have been a failure to verge of prostration. She thinks her nerves is much greater and (and how hard it is to overstate the

.or less concerned tbe status of things the 1st of June 1895, under the Wilson secure prosperity to American sheep condition was due to Indi destructive: than most folks lent of this! condition. And who.r
in America, but it is because he told I Act and under a Democratic adminis husbandry. Even in Texas, where the estlon. Her dream of. ? has been made completely well by
tbe truth and called to the attention of I tration. It states that in May 1892, cost of growing wool is as low if not Is what Mrs. Sample says: The all-important for mOl ue's celery compound feels that no F
thing
the country those evils toward which, there were in operation In the United less than any other State, sheep declined "I have used Paine's celery compound I run-down and for those is can overstate the joy and grati-
persons,
unless the progress of the Republican Stales 7,784 sets of cards of woolen and in numbers from"4,218,812 in with marked and decided benefit.It are losing sleep is that Paine's I i such persons feel.

party be speedily checked, we are rap- worsted, 71,000 looms of woolen and 1800 to 9,859,269 In 1894. is;.especially useful In insomnia compound builds up the whole phvsiou i I I his is the state of mind of thousands
Idly hastenin ;, worsted, and 43,601 knitting machines, That is the statement of the peal system/and improving the sUau'* |iervous, sickly, broken-down per t
Mr. Speaker the banquet from the while about June 1, 1896. there were dent of the American Wooll+rowers' arising from indigestion and poorly and regulating the nerves' i ur > who haq used Paine's celery

vnbstance of the people is being, spread, In operation 8,456 sets oircards, 77,100 Association as to the benefits given to nourished nerves. sound, refreshing sleep.In t. wand and been made well.
and the harpies, the vultures, the unclean looms and 64,250 knitting machines. American wooljjrowers Dy the McKinley "I should add that my,granddaughter, rc :11'1e tells of tbe happy re-
) birds who are to feast on it, arebut.enlng Toe Reporter adds that these must Act. Mr. Speaker, the peopleof Vera Hafleigh, was so thin and puny lead hot winter most women and 10 .salt i till case of her grandchild.One
on their way. All the skies have increased since In every particu this country will not be left without at the age of ten as to cause us the bouse lives. A flaggi c-I of Jb* most conspicuous instances of
above our heads are darkening with lar as there Is a most imposing lUst of a shield against the assaults of those greatest anxiety. We had no difficulty tite, a disposition to pick at this ah the remarkable power of Paine's celery
their approach and we can hear the enlargements of woolen mills and Installations who now have these designs of private in inducing her to take Paine's celery and that, rather than to eat a v ire I compound over debility is shown in the

l .,,,,:.1!ipping of their wings. of new maehiuery since January benefit I was about to use another compound. To-day the roses bloom In meal, is among the early indicati of relief it has afforded children. Of "

That_species of high( protection of 1,1895, exclusive of thirty-eight word, but will not-these designs of her cheeks,and I never saw a healthier, failing health. Then comes de tn I course the doee is adapted to the age of
which Bayard spoke, called McKinleyism brand-new woolen milla and a large private benefit to be derived from the stronger child than Paine's celery compound falling asleep and the fretful, sir' the little patient The compound purt- -

is a false pretense and a I number of new knitting plants, as taxation of the people. Let not gen has made her." feeling Deliverance the next day. ass the blood and corrects any ten- .4 .
fraud wherever you touch it. I have shown In the Reporter of July 3,1895.) tlemen deceive themselves. To-day The brain is the centre of a nervous from such a mlserabl4[ dency to constipation. Pale puny
sat here upon this floor and heardstatements I It Is also further stated that between the Philistines dance and make merry system. Sleep alone rests this vital condition by the use of Paine's celery t children are made vigorous, rosy and
made which I would have I March, 1695, and the date of the article but, my friends Samson's locks will compound has caused men and women healthy by this incomparable remedy.

supposed arose from a total want of I I in the Reporter wages had been increased grow again. Tie great Democratic .---.
consideration or knowledge of the subject In about fifty woolen factories. : party of this country, which has been .
x if it had not been that gentlemen We are told that the American tinplate the party of the people and the true is a large port of the capacity for self- I Ix CjKccrr COURT, Firm JUDICU With all due respect to the action of
] Those
who were deemed to be sufficiently industry Is being destroyed under protection of the people through aU its government. people who have it I the new council Its last session,when
conversant with public affairs to hold aseat the Wilson act, and gentlemen upon history will rise up In its strength and are who capable of self-government; those CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, PUTNAM CocxTV the election of city officers transpired
on this floor were uttering them. that side of the House, when that as will become their bulwark in the future, have it not are incapable of self- Jx CHANCERY. but In the opinion of THE TIMES-HER 4
I
.Now in the few sertion is made with as in the past. government trust, Mr. Sneaker, the
minutes at my command applaud all the ALD there was a mistake in defeating
Introduction of such resolutions Elizabeth F.Hodges Bill to Remor
I shall ULdertake to expose and enthusiasm of ignorance. Do they not These proceedings here lo-dap but these trivial as **, ;I Cloud from Title Luke Gay for the position of hceman.air. .
so their
refute some of tfiese statements and know that under one year of the Wilson teach a lesson which I would to God uncalled} for the in character, so -IA.! Simmons Trustee,et.1) and Reliet Gay is a younz man, and althoughthe
pretensions. We have been told that act the tinplate industry has developed every Democrat m this land could take The by occasion- IT APPEARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT or position I is a verv hard one to fill to
the remedy for the condition of the more than under three years to heart, an I have it in my heart, as a of the Speaker pro t.emt>Ore. The time It. M. KIRBY Esq. Complainant'* Attorney the satisfaction of all he has made one

Treasury, the proper provision for replenishing of McKinleyism Yet such is the fact, matter of the deepest and sincerest con gentleman of has expired.Mr. believe,filed that lathe the above defendants entitled, F.cause A. Simmons,that he, ot the best officers Palatka has ever
the gold reserve and for and they can find it in any reputable viction and aspiration that the labor, Cooper, Florida. I trust, Mr. Trust, and June Marlon ar. non-resident had.
checking gold exports, is to raise the trade journal of this country. Do they the thought, the desire, the effort of Speaker, that they do not indicate a de of the rate of Florida, but that they reside laor
at Cedar In
cadence of those qualities which I have Rapids the State of Iowa, aw
tariff schedules and tax the people! not know that the output of iron under every Democrat should be towardan mentioned that they are both orer the aRe; of twenty-one A Luna'Ic at Lat'L e.
higher. What are the facts in this con the Wilson act in the last year was the end superior to all temporary which have been in all I yean,and that there is no person in the State t
times of the of Florida the eenlce of It Is dangerous for lunatic to at
differences to all past some highest attri a subpceo upon run
tbe greatest ever known the superior temporary
nection During year ending June in history of butes : whom would bind such defendanu.
:JO, 1891. the first year under the McKinley this country? Do they not know that questions, and that is the unity, the of the American people. [Ap It is therefore ordered that tbe defendants. large, especially when they have access

Act, the net lots of cold to this the cotton industry is prospering? Do perpetuation[ and the victory of the plause on the Democratic tide]. appear F.A. Simmons.to the bill Trustee of complaint,and Jame, filed Marlon herein, do, to Seltzer bottles etc.,with whichto

country by exportation was $GHQ,130087, they not know that the revenues are Democratic party. [Applause on the on the 4TU DAY OK MAY. A. D, 1S+B. the "clear out" their surroundings.Tneiday .
while! the net !loss by gold exports incieaning from customs dues and Democratic side.] Gentlemen come Summer sane being a role day of this Coon. evening about 6.20 one of I
is
Goods in all It further ordered that this notice M published
in and Thomas F. ,
otherwise censure Bayard.
the last fiscal
SJO-
during was
year one week for four consecutive week three lunatics entered Groom down
,' r 117,376, and if we deduct the Fold that Now,Mr. Speaker, if I had time to Who is Thomas F. L'at'ard, nod who in the TIBM-HERALD. a newspaper published town bakery and e'JDfet'Uonery.tore.
into the details are his censurers? Not all of these Styles and Pretty Patterns i in futnam County, lorida.. ,
i. was brought into the country by bond go of each of these assertions Witness my hand and official seal this 31lt day Foeter Vary was be tied the counter,
sales, yet the net gold exports in the I could demonstrate to the gentlemen, I feign would believe, are of March A. I). 1896. and I with a pleasant social greeting; ;
+ first year of the McKinley Act exceeded House, item by item, the truth of whatI actuated simply by the desire of a little at Lowest Prices [IL,,D.*.J]}t. KIRBY Attorney JOS EPH and PRICE Clerk. which Foster extends to all propee- ,
Complainant'Solicitor.
tbe net cold exports in the first Tear of have said. Are the gentlemen ignorant man to gain some temporary notoriety fe21-4w live eustrmer*. he proceeded' to findwnat
the Wilxm Act, notwithstanding the of the fact that the wages of more by an attack: upon a great man. Xoi.I I at S. E. Bond's. the man desired He found, apparently .
I many difficulties under which we have than a million of laborers have been all of them, I trust. Some are actuatedby what he desired for without
,i labored during the latter time irrespective raised under the Wilson act? Some of the fanaticism of high protection. I IN .CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICiAL I murmur the lunatic seized an empty
4 of tariff. them ay the e are only partial restorations ism, of which I have spoken. What Pan has no thaw wn Dr.Miles'Pate Wls bottle and for a few minutes bad
During Air.: Cleveland.'s Brat aamim-- from decreases made after the does this resolution accomplish? What CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, things his own way. Suddenly, as If

ration, before McKinleyiim, we Imported election of 1892, when Democratic government can it accomplish? In i elf it Is futile. I IN AND FOIL I'UTNAU;COUNT1 I II overcome by a new Idea, he droppedthe
It is said that Mr. Bayard has com bottle and made an exit Jost as
R554/2,000 more gold than wei was foreshadowed. Tha facts i
\ -Is ClIANCEKT. he wee a>x>at to enter the millinery
Under Harrison. McKlnleTm are all against you, gentlemen.The mitted an indiscretion or impropriety
exported. 3t tore of M Kate
\ S. .J. Tiljchman ) M Luo e he
was rap
'_ Reform Club of Xew in certain language he has used. If
: \ and Republican rule were export d York print n. tured by Jim Shelley who happenedto
5l22G24,000 more gold than we im ed before the elections of 1892 a de that were true which it is not-I will 'e John W. Hagaa.an Sheriff and be near, and turned him over to
.hx-Offleio Administrator of
not rehearse that, because it has been
tailed statement showing the
redactionof
/ ported. the state of l>aA. Boyd, the county authorities
..:, At the close of Mr. Cleveland's first wages and the discharge of employees discn&sed-but If it were true does dewaned. the East Florida
iilmintstrauon he .left m tbe in more than a thousand that justify this IIouse in'committiog I fearing and Trust Com pan T.
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treasury protested
I of 1-aUtka, Florida, L. )l. Foreotosnra
r,874,422 of free gold in excess of establishments under the McKinley not only an impropriety, but attempting Ttefleyando. 8. 'rtBEtojr.her HOME STUDY LESSONS
-c. tie gold 1 reserve, while at the dose of, act, before there was any Demo usurpation? There has been some | hasbaud. of Putnam tad* I )Mortgage
i Florid Fannie
E.
Carter
E 3Ir Harrison's. administration be left I cratic election and the fact is that liht and foolish talk about the atten John Carter her hatband, of BookKeeping,
in the treasury only $987,000 above the these increases wages within the last tion Mr. Bayard ought to give to such MUphar fprinrs, Texas, The TAUGHT
\. gold reserve and that would have beensVbpi year under the Wilson act, aryinz resolutions; even that be should resign. t a First Karen.National I'&., Mary Bank M.Arery.of of Lock I English Grraaraar, | I

away if beld-up bills had been from 10 to 20 per cent, are made in numerous : I have no apprehension that r" M. John County, Florida, Arithmetic, BVAlgebra '
instances where the cuts had !{r. Bayard will contemplate anythingof -' and Simeon II;. Kinnan. I

\ A'deficit in the treasury under )Ir.lamson' previously been made under the McKinley tbe sort; but if he did; then he 1 ; IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT as1Geometry.
....-i of NOAH J Tlt.iNHAthe ComBlain- 1JAIl
administration bill( not after Democratic would act with impropriety; be would -- a .
was only any :
] satin the above entitled cause that he believe* 1
' avoided by the use of a trust fund of election, but prior to the election of cot onl act with impropriety, bat un that the defendant. Fannie B. Carter and John '
$60,000,000 which had been de.posIted 1892, and the rates of wages have been faithfully to the Constitution of his I Ii -- 'I Carter,reside at Snlphnr Ppring*. in tbe State riTe Months' eoorae of 100 Lesions

nearly in the treasury by the national .largely: restored under the Wilson act. couutrv, because the Constitution has i r r K ,a .Have f Texan. Pa., that, te The id.and First ha National its pUce Bank of of business Lock for tS.OO. Write for circulars.
Before Mr. Harmon went out It has been well said that the McKinley divided tbe departments of the Government ,.,a YY.. s.," i i at said Lock Haven lath* Kate of Pennvlvania. Address
bants. ; z E .and that the residence of Simons Eo :-
a reducer mill and it has given Ul our sphere __ i
Presidential office orders had act was wage closer, t of
of the A Rinnan 1* unknown and that an lAId defendant
;l been given in the Treasury Department and panic producer, and that the whole and our jurisdiction; it has defined that are over the apt of twenty-oneyet rw 1.1 I I. HIMES Instructor
the Republican Secretary of McKinley period was one of wage reductions -',; 01 the executive and that of the iudiciary. ,_.. '" I It i* therefore ordered that the defendant. I ,
by Fannie t- tarter: and John carter berh *ban4.
'' the Treasury for the engraving of strikes and riots. I When we undertake to censurea and The First Vational Bank of Lock Have Palatka Fla. f fSr fs
the printing of bonds for issue aeutlemen, all that this country minister of the United Slates merelv '' 't: Yennsylnaisdoaopeatand anwer tbe MO
for ,
plates far tariff legislation for language med or in any way to interfere of complaint filed herein on the 4T& DAY OF
and the Republican Adminiitrati.nofMr. needs, so ai is eon. .i l .. J. MAY, A. D. I**,the same being a rate day *fthUtourt.
.. Harrison barely managedto cerne\!. at present to cousene and In the conduct of his office in .h ,_raC .r and that the defendant, Sicoeva E.Ktonax :E
of bonds lone secure its is that you of the spy matter that does not require Impeachment do appear to the bill of eotrpla t.
put off tae issue prosperity filed herein OB the 1ST DAY OF JlJsE, A.D.
enoush to leave it to fall upon MrCleveland's Republican party should give heed to or that does not require 1 w 18t6.the same being rule day of this Court !; PIJ
administration.[ All these the utterance of one of your greatest some declaration of policy upon our 1 It to further rdered that this Botfe be published

and all our subsequent financial trouble leaders. The business interests of this part in some matter that may come into ;, L ,t: ...a.na. E,Carter,as and affaUMt John JtN Carter tab, defendant and Tbe First. Fannie>a> :
the treasury is concerned country threatened with a tearing up I legislative action, 0; that does nut ilcnal Bank of Lock Haven.Pennsylvania, oncea.et :
as far as affect the of this f''r four conaemtlve weeks, and a*
threatened with abridge or privileges:
have been the products of the McKinley by the roots, an extortionate against the defendant BiBseon E. Kianan, once C qPI
Sherman Act, unwise and protection crusade, say to you House, then, in any other case except a week for eight consecutive weeks ia theTttnnxenla ww
Act the "R. MONARCH"
those that have enumerated when Acv "KEN paWiahaf ia said
concerning the currency, to-day, abide by the great declarationof : a newspaper
injurious laws we such course we simply at TUCKY CLUB." Pure Whiskies for Putaam County.Florida ; li;
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President Grant iLet us have attempt ; sa !
and other vicious Republican legwlalion. t Witness ay hand and the seal of oar said '
In trUth Republican financial peace," All' they need is peace from tempt an assault, not upoa Thomas F. Family and Medicinal purposes. Gen- Court oa thi the 26th day of Mtrcb. A. D.I**. i "jJJ"i:
individual but (u-j JtEPH PRICE Crest
and currency legislation has had two rour threatened disturbances, Bayard, or any upon nine only when bottled In this style JC. K. HASKCLL.ComplalnanrCo+el.mx27 ..'..:. .-.
realize believeLhat the Constitution of our country, whichwe !. 1- -
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principal culminations since the war The people hardly or package. Bottled and from I ...Iii.5fi -
in ( and panics which It yon dare do that which yon have are sworn to support.Mr. shipped :rw :r 8
two mat crises least greatly aggravatedihje -- In mind. A fey weus ago I conversed Speaker, there is in all peoples Distillery : 1 Case 12 quarts, 5 years >I". ;..ant"E's.iiJ i
caused, or at of 1873 and of 1893; with a large manufacturer of Xew England capable of self;vernmeut a high &e t- old $11.00. 1 Case 12 quarts 8 years NOTICE.The i'j= .

.-wi.. -and great for all panics the losses, prostration oi"busineu and I said: "Xow, outside of nence respect,which a wise leads self- ntrol them to and abstain absti old 13.00.. 1 Case 12 quarts, 10 years I next Regular Meeting of the rte ar t::y;. .,.4 ,

hardships and sufferin I politics, getting down and as woolen between mills men.low oil From a frivolous interference or hasty old 115.00 Hail Orders Promptly Attended Medical Examining Board of the Fifth r .1J ,,
dorm and In the years following each I are the cotton interference with the to. District of Florida will be held in c .
:Mew England setting along and do- intemperate .
.Republican legislation is tare re- ?" He said "They are doimr affair of branches of the Gocerameataotcommittedtotheirhtade. Gainesville on WEDNESDAY, AprU CEft't rsn Cry forf
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*Ponsible.We : A. I. Mi lilA 11I1ITTIJItI 01.. t .2,1696. WEO.E.WELCH, M.D: I
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1 welL There are some concerns I
-n told that the gold depletion u for that sel! 'el and atM&e I It aa....1. Secretary. '
icy coat ce
'dnetgthe Wilson Act, and that the 1+rith antiquated machinery that are not Gwen lor.t Kentucky. Pi d et' 0 Mtori8.


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