The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001917709
oclc - 35452854
notis - AJZ3258
lccn - sn 96027678
System ID: UF00086614:00024
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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.. THE fATATKA PAUITKA WKKKLY HERALD T1MEME.taDU.hed EtttblUhed, 18891 Con.olldkt 10

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Fourth of July Banquet. I HIghwt of all ia Leavening Power.Latest U.S.Go 't Report .

VICTORY The Annual Firemen's Banquet of

the PaJatka Fire Department will take

'If place on the night of the Fourth of Dvd BkingLV'U -

July, at 8 o'cloqk, In the Cadets Armory
Florida Ccmmercial building.

The ladies are respectfully requestedto Powder %

send In donations of such cooked .

articles as they may deem proper.

t Those contributing anything for the A8 OUJTEI.Y PUREr ,

occasion are cordially Invited to be ---

present. A pleasant evening guaranteed Concirt Sext
/ Monday Sight.
to both ladies and gentlemen. Rev. W. E. II Mabrv and Mrs. Bell Am
A concert will be given Monday .
,m Those donating anything win please i Joost were quietly married at the homo
ygkpG notify the committee. I night;June 29), in?tbe Armory, under of J. IL Dorsey where the bride has

GEO. W. WIBTZ, I the auspices of th3 Ladies' Aid Society made her home for several months. r

.GEO. L Fox, of the First Baptist Church, anrflhe I The ceremony was performed at 9.30 a.

H. L. MILLER, folio wing proW'am.w1l1 be rendered: m. yesterday by Rey. :N. J. Tilghman.

. 41)) Committee. Quartette ...... ..... ..Mixed Voices, Although quie'it was a very prettY ar-
Hurrah Hurrah! fair. Shortfy
ter ttey were ro-
rirJAlIES Ga LE the St. Solo baritone .... u. .. Jas. R. Neck
George, has for sale one Grand Square Recitation....'Was the Man Killed?*' nounced husband and wifetheylefton

i i FORRobrtt Piano, one Refrigerator, one handsome Duet .... ..Mrs. Stewart, Miss Robie the train for Daytona with congratulations
and good wishes from loving
Side Board, 4 Chamber Sets, Springsand Recitation...."The Train to Mauro." many -

41 u_ Davis Mattresses, Bowls and Pitchers,I t5010.*....:... .... .. .. ....Mrs. Stewart friends. :Mr. Mabry is the popular ,

us* and lots of other pieces of Recitation........ ... ....Miss LIpsey paster, of the-M. E...4Luiia Church--of this. city.

household furniture.) The piano has lJud....;.Miss Robie,Mr. Ilengeveld ( WART COUGH BA.LSAX baa no
Safety Comfort Quick Time I Low Rates all the latest improvements and cost RecItation............ .. .Miss Cone equal as a remedy for Coughs, Colds,

THE H6MINEE FORt three hundred and sixty dollars. Will Solo.....:......... ..Miss Morange Influenza Bronchitis and nil diseases

Finest CnlflM and 8enke. No Transfer Between Jacksonville and >ew York. sell it at a bargain for spot cash. The Solo. .. .... ...... .....Mr. Hen eveld of the Throne and LOURS. Made only

,The Fleet li com pored of the following handsome Kew Steel Steamer: refrigerator cost one hundred and Quartette ........ ....... Male Voices by R. IL Bond & Co., Baltimore

COMANCHE (new), ALGONQUIN, IROQUOIS, CHEROKEE, SEMINOLE. CONGRESSJON twenty-five dollars, that cheap for cash. Concert will begin at 8 o'clock,at the For sale by Ackerinan & Stewart, PAlatka. ,-
Fia. -
t First come first served. conclusion of which ice cream and cake ,
'JI 'nTJI-JlOr 1D. I will be served to all who may desire it
8 teamen are appointed to Mill according to the tide. Only $21.65 to Washington,D. C., for a small consideration. Admission 'Children CryfotPitcher's : -
From JACKfI "VJLLE. FIJI,(calling at t iarb ton) 8un from CHARLESTON,K C.. *. V edneida) ant Friday 25c. Tickets now on sale at Harry ?
For hoar ol sailing.aee Clyde Lice" Pdl. u1e.or JaaJJ and Charleston daily papers. meeting Christian Endeavor, Stewart'a. Castoria

01..TTJI-Jln" 1). :Tickets sold July 5 to limited to Jply ".-
to sail from Pier 9,East Hirer.New York at 3 ..as follows: BALLOT !
Steamer are arpnliited 152D: PINE
For CHARLES ON.M.C., Mondays, w.dneedays; ,and FridaysFor 31. Remember the Plant System Is the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. TAR SYRUP
JACKSONVILLE,FLJU(Calling at Charlertos) Mondays.Wednesdays and Fri a'a. .
quickest and most reliable route. This
Quickly cures and ;Colds
'. Closing sermons by Rev. John H. Coughs:;
-- line will sell tickets 3 and 4 via
-4 July Johns tog; ext Sunday, the 28th fast, Peek's Drug Store corner Second and
CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. Savannah and steamer. R. L. Todd, v
at 11 and
Citi! a. m; 7.30 p. m. Lemon streets I
Pntnaif County Division Passenger A gent.Jacksonville. Sunday.School meets at 3 p. m. f

For Sanford, Enterprise BOND'S immense:
ztsJubilant! Latest Colors and A very pretty wedding was solemnIzed !

ArdJrI rmediate Points on he'St.Johns _.. .. In the' Episcopal church of this city stock of Dry Goods will '
Patterns in Summer Wednead* y morning. The contracting[ !

Steamer: 7EVERGLA1)E SANFORD Fuv.Jnne 25.The Democratic parties w :re Mr. Glover B. Garwood be sold cheap for caph.

con 'ntion to nominate a candidate Goods arriving everyday of Month[ ello, and Miss Rosa Davis, *
the Kcon pUshed daughter of Hon. R. S. E. BOND.
for Co gtHS.l !t e Second"< Con- at Bond's.
"lPavia of this city. The church
e8donal District began its second r
I. Taken In time IIood'0 Sarsaparillaprevents
LeaTCIJacbonvtlletlroro foot of Laura street. aU5 p. m., TUESDAYS and day's eessUa at 9 o'clock this morning. w nd omely decorated. The wedjng Serious lUnees by keeping the

SATURDAYS: for Palatk} Sanford TnterprUe and Inter After the oieom\ routine the committee | marc; i was rendered by Mrs. S. J.yen blood pnre and all the In
mediate Landings the St. Johns River. Messrs. Julian Smith organs a
on and lY and
on platofrm resolutions reported When ,. gaTe-b healthy condition. "
Baby .u8ck.ire r Castorta.
Leaves Sanford :5 a. m. and Enterprise 5:30 a. m. MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
HilI 0 ague were ushers Miss Bes .. _
for Jacksonville. endow free River, 16 to 1. Here When the was a QxM,she cried tor CwtorU. i..
a Bubstitatf,1 ags offered. refering the When she became Mies,she sbm io Oastoi1a.Wnea ale | >f Gainesville,maid of honor, Qiallty flrs n.-s.the:'i Stand looks. The
General P_.fT and 'lekct Office, 8S W. BIll y Street Jacksonville: ,Fla.L ttasw.a..1Summer ins.fl1r. ohn Tucker of the same city,
financial nn*uto to the National Democratic sCs had tLOereaah6weth DUOKSKtNBA.E CH fST
J. COLT General Passenger Agent. F. M.IKOXMONOER,Ja., JTa.Pass.Art. .. L. 'e .The. impressive cere- !
t Bowliwt I'HW' York 20*WwtBayPUJackaonTQleFla Co tics, but : : ring good pants c*' b% 1!a have made
)L $CLYDE.A.T.H. JXO.L.HOWAED Fla.trt Act- moa ijtotalii > 'perforated, Rev. Avery phase
S Bowline Green, 1 ew York Ft.Hogan! 8t.Jacksonnlle... ,Fla by a two e. The platform wasamendtd. them tp Aui who appreciate
D,D.C.1tC: "K. G. F. .., J.J. LESu&,8uperiDt.eDdenc, ,'I tnvtver, to include a resolution during which -'ItiewYDG fr as well as we. Tbey-goi't no more
U8o.PelawareaTHrbt'ad 1rhia. Foot fiocan St, Jacksonville FlaIS Etmembe Me"
Ttl 0. G. aXkR.T.; : M. I Bowling;Green hew York: deman idji the immediate recognition Homes and Resorts. f was softly played on than ao Py requireno
'oritan. ort
the The ;
of Cup: Ijj"'ttMJmted States goyernment The Southern Railway Is the first of young couple left for [ mending tog. D,.ot uttoUJ.We .
WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts. a lMKl? amendment was Gainesvlll e y, thence to Monticello, car do this work rig jtHe etart and .
our great railway systems to give Information wit them the
rying best wishes of It stands. Ask YOur deafer
fork to show
80. D lawan Arc Philadelphia 0 Itowllnf Green New nnanimou&* ijjBikWL Then followedthe
{ to the public and to fix low excursion their many friends. you a pair.Notice.
restoraterroffTlver of 16
at a ratio I
rates for a summer outing good i,
to i; the election of United States Senators for return until October 31 bl1 Issuing, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carter, of Fruit- of Dissolution '
by)pnlar vote; favors an increase } /
land, are In the
City to-day.
HALVESThe tariff=for revenue only; expresses with usual promptnessits.\,Summer Notice is hcreVy";: ven that the plr;;:4
Home and Resort Book.It
sympathy;> for Cuba; pledges the All druggists sell Dr.)!jIM'Nerve Plaster nership exiaunjj'fttween George w.
support to tie national nominees com- is handsome in design and artistic I Davis and IIowell'A. Davis, under the
''' m every respect having thirty-two Only 815.19 round firm name of G. M. DAVIS & Sox:; at
to Richmond
pliments Udcnt Cleveland for. ,
upholding Palatka, Fla., is this llth day of June.
tj t tonroedoctrone; endorsesthe beautifully illustrated pages containing Va., via the Plant System the official A. D. 1896 dissolved by mutual con
the most complete and conveniently arranged route of Confederate Veterans sent. G. Mt Davis
Star ,A& Ihrtsjralion,etc. to the withdrawing.from
entire Stock of McLARTY Bollctt jjEtfCTf 1 liner 87J,McNamee information calculated to answer re-union.: Tickets on sale June 26 to said firm.
The business will be
fully and satisfactorily every question un-
72); On 10 *t fcwlot, W. :N Sheats an- 30, limited to July 10 with a probable der the same firm name of G. M.'DaTla
be such
to ,
likely propounded as routes
nounct\1 his" telf.vote for ,jMcXamee to longer extension. Remember the & Son by Howell A. Davis at the
sold to pay a debt c stracted' at Ocala After and 'distanlbs, hotels and boardinghouses Plant gvsteni; the quickest route and same place.Howell .
b.e 137th 1 lkot&b er withdrew; 139th names of proprietors, how to only line having through cars both A. Davis is authorized to
reach them, rates of board by day, settle all debts due to or bynaid firm.
,. ballot D,>\j! dominated by Sheats.Harrill week and' month, etc. going and returning. R. L. Todd GEORGE M. DAVIS
Fa nominated *by Manon Passenger Agent,Jacksonville. HOWELL A. DAVIS
l'eaHze-the Cash. ) 1 The Southern offers a choice of
counttt aoa Ballot On 152d ballot
4 .. mountain and seaside resorts the surf
Oran r with 14 voles for
: bathing and sea breezes of some! of the
DaVi\ 100, 2 over the number
required ID elect. Lake then withdrew most delightful resorts on the Atlantic ONE MOMENT'S THOUGHT
The Great Coast or the cool mountain breezes of
OpportunityOf I Mr McXamee and cast its 12 votes SvannanoaMheville, Lookout Mountain .
for Davis. Then followed a stampedefor
I I Davis making the nomination unan- and others 2.500 feet aboye the sea

: imous. Mr. Davis made a short fitting level. '

speech thanking the convention. For copy of guide call at office of any : -'-

the Year to Purchase. Nash prominent coupon agent or send 2-cent
It Mar Do as ) for You. *
tamp to W. D.Florida ALLEX,
Mr. Fred Miller of Irvin, III.
writes that be hd a eeveie Kidney Pass. Agent
v trouble for mttny years, with severe Jacksonville: ,Fla. Truss Truss':
: pains in his btck and also that his blade
Dress Goods Silks Velvets der was a1f ted. He tried many so- GIVEN AWAY with ."ry 50 tts. worth of sods
t called Kidney cores, but without any bwifht at my tt,r !p to July 4, t89& ,
good result. (boat a year ago he began Tins ticket entitles tile holder to ONE CHANCEon
Trillllll ill Underwear the use of Electric Bitters and a NEW:. DOUBLE-BARRELED: BKEECJ1 ... rr
g's, or a nice :KfeLNOKK ;'
found relief ai once. Electric Bittersis : SKWINO! MACHINE FREE.

I especially Ldapted to the cure of all Will Convince that this Is'theJTucss should Wear Most Economical
Drawing July 4> t 11 a m. you yon
Kidney and Liver troubles, and often
Corsets Etc. at
gives alnvst Instant relief. Ore trial At S. E. BOND'S. Convenient f and Comfortable. Unquestionable TettimonialfttcaH'ou! :

will prov our statement. Price only C/J. CARRETT Druggist, t :,
50 cents for bottle at Ackerman
& Stewart i Drug Store. F. A. Gerber "' Cor. Lemon and Fourth StrootsIPalatka( ...Fla .

50 to 75c. on the Dollar NOTICE.I Cam'. B.-PEBFU FIr GCARAXTEF.D on MONEY llEnrsi>*j>.'

have this, day bought of B. L Funeral Director We will Sell You a '

Lilitnthal his entiie stock of CROCK.

83,500 worth of.Iell's. Shirts, ERY GLASSWARE, CHINAWARE And Undertaker PIANO ORGAN

and LAMPS, and offer same at,greatly: or

Hats, Straw Hats, Hosiery, Neckwear reduced prices.} It Is my intention to COIUSKR LKMOS AND THIRD STREETSi'"Ca1a For less money than any house In the Southern States. We win de

keep a full lint: of the above named liTer it at tour nearest railway depot, jor steamboat landing, with complete
outfit, and; subject to trial m your own house,and if not rerleetiy'
Etc. goods, and for iat purpose have fitted factory we will pay the freight both ways. WehaveJBargains
( attended to day or night ear .
up my store act irdingly. LAS a"13'h1' AYD
4 ALTER TllOMAS.BU9WOOD Orders from the country by mail or 8L(;). JffiS Pianos and Organs; ;

In reorganizing business 1 in- telegraph. trill receive prompt.j.296-atleutfOI wbSh have been rested or taken In exchange on new Instruments. '

ws : k. tb. Terms so Es yoQ eau
tend out of this line will lea tensaestwtthaatfoci gtt ,,aiay. StelMijIc at Hilt price.
going so I FOR SALE. Writ. f

i From Bearing Trees I An eatablklM Cigar,Fruit Md. Ce H .t Frayer; Bradley laic Co '

Sell Them Very Low. i. fectioneryaa MIA Baun M Store in t _
Best varieties of Orange, Lemon the City Of ChatteBedga,Teas. SI4 *.'' "..* ,,*tM and ,
i and Grape Fruit. Price 5.00 per thousand For full rticakira, addemc.'JJMi.IMM 427 W' 'Pay $t., JMOOHwHUi. FLJL: MATLNCA
I f. o. b. :' Hi M..ikdet. CW '._.

E. .A: l\IcL ..:Q.'I' II Address, W. F. REED,- T4Hetr.a I J .. mJl.{ G 1.. ACID CEI1T: TANOOCA. TBXN.Tj ,"
my15-lm Drayton_ Island! Zl&. .. .: .- :' -
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THE TIMES-HERALD, JUNE 36. 1896. : '

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J ...-"""- .- JL JU Mrs km
j eagi wife of Ex*
mum Oil lrw.r, ;,rnywN.in: \Little' Grains of GOLD DUST, I FLORIDA CEt TRAL & PENINSULAR R R, ,

r, June 22. Deputy U S. Marshal
Tidy; thrifty-wife- ,

President Cleveland's letter stating; Clean contented household, Ji.

"be,as an cnflnching Democrat who ha Long and happy lie.GOLDDusT. CtfvtMu! Kin, says I

been honored by his party and who de "Iwasdeliverelof

hires hereafter no greater political prlv. TWINS in

liege than to occupy the place of prix New Florida Northern Air Line less than 20 min

ate In its ranks," could not have been utes and with
surprising to the readers of this core- scarcely any pain

And Florida Trunk Line. after using only
tpondent, in which it was positive] two bottles ofJ"MOTHERS'
0 atrted, by authority many months ago WASHING

that Clevelandwas not. and would not
be a candidate before the Chicago con POWDER. .

Tendon, and that he would whenever

lie deemed such action desirable write i Lands a prominent place In the heart and wT: *_; b ., ., A. I ,a8i SUCTTSBFRIEND"

letter to that effect. What was elated home of every thrifty, thoughtful housekeeper : ... ill QM.: g i.. I =a a f ''OETItxax rotas. a: sf A;; &a Ao a $: aw iI. Z>n> NOT

has now come to That let 'T: who once gives it a trial. A little aD II aD ... t7 a..tby Eep.a ormallr .o.t.e.t$ at pea.O.

'a pass. ::; of this famous preparation In loot tarp 1110I.I...... Lv.JukeonvUle..At .... tOOa ...... 9 HOp 135p .tree.per t tu.. Booa "TOB&iOFUXO allyfUZSd'mailed
has been written. It was not snr :4 your l45p water next cleaning will e ...... ...... BIGITUTOR CO., iTUTTl, ".
day prove U2J> nop ;,aA 6ayt ...:.. : Ar..rernandina..l.r 1 aoa 426 tt20p
: either, in view of Mr. Cleye ..... I ...... .... SOLD BY
l3 1211 ...... .......emL-.A 64'i Ui 1\ uOOaaf ALL DKCGGISTS.
land's consistent* opposition to its value beyond all further doubt. ... -:il.llf ..... .. BruueWlck..Ly.... 10I1a....... ..... ..........
silger, Try it and enjoy rest, comfort and ..... j... ... : r l1Uy ::.::, ':::.&TaDnab..L. ...... a ...... I< ...... n&a
that he should have used to make' '.... ..... pE !e 1 .. .... v....savannah. ... Az ..... happiness with thousands of others. ..... .... 3 Y 130 .... Ar..Fairfu.S. C..LY ...... aIN. ...... ...... ... .
fresh attack upon the free coinage! of . "1"' f 8 AI'jtU5u.Oa .. ....... ... ..,...... .... ...... ...... irrigated his scuppernongs dorm, the
The N. K. Falrbank Company, .... .. 247 3 !15R ::::: ..Itenmark S C.: M ...... 'Sta ........4 ...... ......
silver. There u very decided difference Chicago BL Loots J" .w Yerk. ...... .. ....1. 0 O.. 4 .. Columbia. S C. ...... n :a ...... OOa ...... ...... droatb, and as a result .wtt have a fuli
\ of opinion among Democrats Bosto. ...... .. .. .. ...- .. 'So.210 '::.::, .spaltanbu.se: ...... I ....... .... ...... ......
Pbiladslpala. ...... . .. : 5.c::; 1401 ... Albnille N C.. ... .. l15p.. ..... ... ......... crop.
a to what, If any effect the President's .! ...... .
.. .. .. .. !: jllD ., .. .. SalilburyNc.. '...a1 ...... IUa ...... ...... The State Board of Heakh's patrol}
letter will bavejigonthe Chicago ...... ..... I IH8p UQh.... a. .olftnlboro.N.N c.. ...... ...... T .........
..... . .... .... 04a........ .... steamer Germ Brit
counntI tell 1200p = : 180p j.. .... ....Daartl1.Va..." 1M .. .. Capt. Russell returned
alytime will .. ... .. .. .. lOOaS' ,,i 64s1< ... .. ... .a. Rkhnond Ya. ..... 1265 .... *
which Republicans ...... ...... 1611&\ 335"... ..L ncbbarg. "a. M .... are right say they ..... ... .. $35a650x a ... .a. ..(''barlotteIlTiUt. ...., 2 ...., ...... ...... from
will use the letter as a campaign document OO TO ..... .. .. 142sf94D4! .. .... ...Waehtngton... ....! tai: ......5 ._.. ...... alongthe const Miami to Apa-
. .. ...... s00.t. sU ....... _..J\aJt.lmore.... ....... :..... .200a.............. 'lachicola with State -Health Officer
if the Chicago convention adopts ... ... ...... 1025a 1 ..c 2:1" ... ..Philadelpbia.. ..._. ..S ...... ...... ....
silver ... s nba .. II ...\'twYork..... M ...... > .... < .............. :Porter on board. The captain reportsthe
m free platform. ...-.1253p. 300.... .. .. ...... OItOD..... .. ...... ClOp ...... .............. hea.th of the
Secretary Lamont probably talks as JOHN P. DUANEFOR people excellent at all

itmpa points along the coast where he landed.
liltje to the public ear as any man in through Sleepers and New York.
37 and 38 carry through; Kieepers between Jackdonrtlle and Tampa and New York. Times I5th.
.public life, but he accomplishes Elegant Through Dai, Coaches Jacksonville to Charlotto OB Noa. 35 sad 36.

what be starts ont.to do Ihst.many talkative -

men lack. When Secretary La- CINCINNATI-JACKSONVILLE. HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. County and City Directory.

iront. wrote a letter opposing the bill to _...a I To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux sty.o COunT
Old F ashioned All-Pork Ii Chicago. To1f'do. OmCERSt
revive the grade of Lt. General of the Sausage, 8JSil- = I Detroit, Clevrund 3 SoLonlsrille I I !' 1\0.88,1| I.Na 33 Judge Criminal' Court of. Becord-W. II

army,in order that Genera) Miles mightbe d.s.. till* and ,In'Jian-Z ftish2: la OpmLY..JaekloDTn1e..Ar.OOam, Wlgg

promoted thereto and the CENTS PER POUND. zey I spoils ."Z'I OOamLT: .... ...Atlanta....... ....LT 1060pm County Solicitor-R.P.Ca'hotm.Clerkl. .
giving a
12J .. I 12 20pm;LT.... .. .Birmingham... ..LT SUpm N. D1aclnretLJr.d
reasons for his oppostiontnanythought! 815pm Lv..Hu11y ....... LT 720am730pm .
j County Ooort}[ I.Coze.
820a i LT Jackson rille ...... 716am!LT.........St. Louis .........LT
Congress being anti-administration in SPARE' RIBS, 12} cents. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF, BEST Curs, 12c 105Ta 915pm 80pm Ar .. .LT.Ar 8liam 9 00am.LT lOOp 2 50pm,I.T.... .... ..Chicago.. ......LT I35pm County CommlMionerv- VT. Thompson
both'branches would the "bill just' and 15 cenfs.I3TFREE pass ...... ......
780plOOOp cw am ... ..LT 35pm 10 65130pm & 00amI.T! .StooxUty LT Hancock John Itarrey. The Board meeta thfint .
because the administration didn't wantit TMamLT..Atlanta.( TOOaTOOa ::24<)pn< LT....,.BirmlttfCham.......Ar 315pm
% ...... .... Thursday In each month.
AND PROMPT DELIVERY. 4 lOa I2l&5pm Ar Chattanoogx Y 8 oepm 13 loa 1020pm Ar. .Memphis .LT 3flamUOMam
passed, but. your Uncle Daniel knew ---- 1l1Ar..K&D8UUty.......... Clerk Circuit Court-Joeph Prlc
......I 150pm LT..Atlanta... l\pm! Bberiff-John W.llafan.
better: If anybody will take the trouble .... .. 106pm!Ar Chattanoogv <" TVpm, 810rIfos. Through Pullman Sleeper between Jackson-
to hunt. it. down that Miles bill will .. . loam Ar .C1nc UI&tr. <" OOpm; 830P and ClnclunatiAS. County Collector-Frank C. B1aDebarcLConut1

be found in'a committee-room pigeon-, Treasnnrr-B.AiSMsor W. M.L LUenthaLCounty Wlftfama.BaperrtMr .
Yacht Sails 36 and 85 carry/through/ Pull- -
\ bole,;nicely covered with dust. and cob- and Rigging I man sleeper bet wee i Jacksonville! ,JackJOnrtUeandClneinnaU.HE:VILLE ROUTE, .f Reglnratioo H. Merryday-
weband there it. will probably re- and CibdncatL .
rw i 650pmLT.... ..JacksonTille. ......-Ar) u0am Dr. I. S. Crlli ChairmanJobs U. Green
'lp main You couldn't persuade Secre- We make a specialty of high-class Yacht Sails and :No. 88's connection Carries sleeper It 15pmILy.! ........Savannah..A 483am El.J.Fowler. Thos. W. Ralph Secretary.
iaryf Lamont Atlanta to Gnattanoog 4Wiam Ar...... ..Columbia... .. .LTl 57am Sa erintend Board of Public Ini tractionrhoa. ..
word nt
to about > -
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say I :: |
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:I RI logins-and guarantee our sails to fit perfectly. 04'Um A r Spartanbure. ft30pm
nowgne got what he wanted and P reenjjors can rem tin at Chatta 12&;1'10 Ar... .. ereonvWe'.L 3b7pm W. Ralph. *
I 1 Se id us dimension of your boat and we will subm non sleeper until 7. R. a. 14.m Ar.Aaeernle..t., 21"pm r:;...: L --__.
that end* ft with him. 413pm436am'Ar.Ar..1iot::::: Spring. .. ....LY l t 481m a
Mayor-Tieorf* K.Gay. r
-Representative. ,: Amos Cummings is sail ] >lans and estimate on her complete outfit. Close eonnc-ctions r'r Chicago and. T< :"p 'Ar..KDOIrt\le..L....... .Lexington.........L ],10 10I1am 4.1am City Clerk-R. H. Cooper.

w all WtHterr points. ''I 1wnAr.: .......A.ClnclnnstL.... ....Ar| SOOpm AaMMor-Petar Gardner.
New York I
admittedly authority
Collector-Dr. B. E. Morgan.
polltlci. "While-in Washington this \\JI\ Flags alaNets i Tepts 'I Treaiarer-Georje Weller.
oed Nab south and "eAt Florida and New II NT t
wctlsfhe said: "I-am sanguine that 1 Dally and 1 Chief of Police-M.J. Trueman.
I Daily. Orlo. aiI1. DaJI Chief Fire Department-Chaa.C.Rowton.
New York will go democratic, this year, :,. .
...i 7 45&a Lv............aJ1dina..Ar ... .. 1J28p r.
it mattcrrfnot what the Con does I UJ t
enuon GEM
and .... 907ad L..Ca11ahan.... ...Ar ...... IaJpm: f. CITY GUAItDS.
on the financial question. The peopleof Q) .w s.. '. t 15an' Tv..JacksonUie..Ar... ... .. f IIOam a"Im C m:2 a2 Company C,Fourth Battalion r. 8.T;
.c.c Ar....... ......Baldwin ..............LT 84.1am 2 45pm .. IL M.TJl.OLLLV..Capt&1D.
i 0 \
New York State are thoroughly) die en 3'p 111161o .. ......tarke....'..........!. 617am IlJpm P S_
l1arile Goods. otJ en 1211am115an ...... ........ ...Waido........ ........" touD; luspm ..u W. P. HOUSE 0.8.
t pggtejwith the reform administration ___ : Q 0 Q) .. '... 12Sp ".. .. .........GalnenUle............." ...:.... .11L 01256am
eftie Raines bill and be ..... .... I.. ...... ........... ..... ... f 1:1am: .. BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES: ,
that han t> J fee. sumps) w a oar illustrated Catalogue otJ II
1266p3opn N. ....... ..... liawtledararoo..a 300anc 12Upm M MAHONIC.Palatka .
other monstrosities 61 legislation. ryy c--- "" I &am 20l N'. .. ............ CStra .... ............" 06am 11 ....pm N .
... (no.r CARPENTER & co. ,,. .. ... .p "............ ... p q Lodge, No. 34, 1' A A. M-MetFlnt
They are mad all the way through and s.. \oI)0 j"ITam :.!: 1: .... .. .CoalsOtnoaatt'i: rue U06pm .. and Third Monday nights In the months
iJaterSt.. CD s C'tS' I...:::::. ::::. H ::; ::::::::: !!. at T JO o'clock.
90 per cent of them are more interested Se CHICAGO ILL :: ++ s scam .9 zap N. .. .... ..... .Wildwood...._.. ......" 2 rpm 1o'OSam 0Q
down that f t Co 0 a 40am IMp ".... ........._Lee8burg .... .........." IO A+pm. 9 72am7 WALTER THOMAS, W. M.
encroaches C I
in turning a party I ) I their liberties and brings .).s.s: lOam 114.1 ..... ...........Orlando........... ...." \IOpm 4IIam S.. ,I -
0 on THE STA'1E.The ( ..40 .. ..... .........Wlntn'Park....... ..... ........ Ttoam 0 G'en Putnam Chapter No. t, R.A. M<-Meeta Second
back sin era of blue law and puritanism Houses of all kindsto Ulam 401pQ1. ".... .... ....SC. ratbem........ ..." 0 44pm 'tam ;- and rourtMonday Nighta.
Kindergarten School buildingat ._ N E steam .30pPl "........ ......Lacoocbee......'. ....... 101llpm 900ama at I W. P. ANDERSON,H.P.
than in a platform of a National Con 1 t' ... ) //lSOam 4 4;plD ................Dade City.............." .lItipm aHam-
Pensacola, with its contents, was'I Rent or for sale Cd U7am I4IP "............ .l'1anU.'Itr........ ... 14."pm 741aID:: Q THEO ANDERSON,Secretary.
vention..' burned on Jane 16. The fire was set C 0 C'tS TbOamSSpn ".... .... ... ....Tampa. ..... ..::..... UOpm touam x"ga.
M>; t& r 1La banker and cattleman beC. Council of R. A 8. M. Palatka No. -KH t
-... C 'I5aD L.JackllOnrtlle..H..." UOam 915am .IRtiw
... iofMonlana: and a good democrat, says by an incendiary.No Thos. H. Keating, ._ m1044pml125anAr 6b0pm ... ..... ......LakeOlty.. ... ..... .M IGam 34tpmU -! ", :t fourth Wednesday. each month.
of small at Fefnsaeola 0 12 Uiam 1213D( ..... ... ..UTe Oak......... .... team 1 Main :;,lii'3 E.E. HASKELL.T.LC.M.
of hU political ,i iinaik.a in that state: case pox C's..r 2OOam I UJ.D( ".... .... .......MadI1lOl1........ ...... ." 3 V.am I Sopm -.: II W. P. ANDERSOXR C.
.'The democrats the state fora has been received at. the pest house Lemon Street. ._ > C'tS' .2Oam 233 "... .. .. ,..... )JontIoeUo.... .... ......" 30am 94aam =1 7
can carry 30am 330pml ...... .... .....Tai1abaNee............a 145am 810pm i.. .
silver candidate for the Presidency, within the last twenty days, from'une O. 0 .... .... <1301-0 ".. .... .... ......Quincy. ........ ...... 12t\am .. '" PALATKA COMHAl DJRT.: No. 5, K.T8r.
111510'' ...... .......RtnrJunctlon.... ..... .. 120lam .... ... Bile.: Ht.IGE.HAS K LL,K. C
and if they combine with the populists, 16, and no apprehension is felt of a 1 Through Pullman- 11001rn ...... .... ......r.DlacoIa...... ........" Mpm ... ... a..teepersJack.onTiue .e ': Sr. Kt T.B. ANDERSON.Recorder.
of the disease the from S. R CIIIIAS.PIANO 06am' "........ .......lobl1.................. 215pm.. ... ..
which they probably will, they can spread m city &o ewOrleans. T I ... .... .. .. New Orleans .. ........ ." I 4am .. .. .. Order of the Eastern Star-Meets third and
elect the Governor easily. They might the Butler home, where it first appeared fourth Thursday of each month.

carry: the legislature, too; but that more than two months ago. tDaIlI except Sunday. ICouneettoos at Tampa for St. Petarsberg Manatee River and xey MAUDE: V. MtKE MATTIE ZlE.E Secretary.MCLARTY, W. M.
West and lta.ana s 5tamet "Manatee" for al! ponata on .lanatee rI'eT. At Starke AH of above in Masonic Hall corner Lemon
would not be of supreme importance, O. H. Perry. C. B. Loud and H. J. FORTES
for LaCroue. At Waldo framer for Metro e. Connects at TallabaNee for 8L Marks. Carabel1enn and Front streeta.
seeing that no United States Senator is Lord, of Duluth, Minn., have been in Apalachicola. Conn at Ricer Junction for l.'hattahoochee River lteamen. Connects
Ucala or Homoeaaa. LoTar.
to be chosen by that body. Gor. Boies Sanford several days in the interests of All baggage will be cb ed from tnloQ Depot.Tbckeeta will be sold ae tie city ticket once
a Pioneer Lodge No.:23:, I. 0.0.TMeete
And ORGANS.PIANO Z02 Hogan street.ss weD a t the Cn10n
seems to be the favorite Presidential a colony of settlers from Minnesota. Jt Eo )URSILU.L Tuesday night. L. C. STEPHENS, N. O.

candidate out our way; at least we hear They are much pleased with the cli- N.S. XOTOc Manager.Ticket Agent; 202 West Bay street A.O.,aUcDOSKLL corner H((a!iJQ'klIOnTille.1'1a.,Sen.Pass.Agent T.WHULI'H. Secretary.

more about him than the rest. If he male and prospects. TUNING A GREAT .SPE -- -- Member of the Fraternity when Tialting tha-
city an invited to mwtina,.-___
gets the nomination there is no doubt Work on the bridge that. is to cross CIALTY. I -

'of his getting Montana's electoral vote. the St. Sebastian River in North City, I ._. L GHTSOj. HONOR.

Never was the result. of a National St. Augustine, to connect the new I Mr. CIIILDS was traveling salesmanand Southern Harmony Lodge No 21-eeta Fint and
Third Wednesday the month.
Convention received in Washingtonwith driveway aroun
more apathy than that. of the one suspended temporarily. ,The reason is Werlein'e great Southern music houseof : : B.lX! >NNELLY, Reporter. .
a dispute between the County Commissioners New Orleans. Mr. Werlein madea
which has Just been held in St. Louis. and Contractor Ltuotz. public assertion that Mr. ChIlds was Railway.ABSOLUTELY K. OF P.
Of course when one stop to thinkthat the best. piano tuner in the city of few St.Johns(Lodge No.1, K.of P.-Mrets every
The Bunflowercrop is one of the best.
sot difficult to account:ror. Peopledo Orleans.Mr. Thursday L C. J. BOUNCER, C. C.
nut enthuse over the announcement paying in Russia. A good crop is CIIILDS keeps the best and THE SHOBTEST ROUTE. J. B.DONNELLY. K. R.S.

worth, as it stands in the field, $23 an cheapest Pianos ever sold in the South. r Uniform hank K. of 1'.Ns.4-Meets for drill
of a dried affair, and the only thing I RYAN'S Mammoth every Second and Fourth Wednesday nlcAta, at
acre. The seed are sold by the fajmer Headquarters Armory.
that was ever for a moment In doubt House urnishins Emporium, No. 37 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING A. C. HAM RICK. Sr. Kt. Captain
about that convention: wal' win would for from 4s to Ga a pound;,,: then themerchants i Lemon street.Residence W. L RILES, tlr. Kt. Ltent.
salt them and retail them CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, / -
and Musical
be the candidate for Vice President. I Conservatory IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN
for[ lie a pound, and at every street -First street,second door from McLar- VESTIBULED TRAINS.NORTH .
Czar Reed remained in Washington to OaxxnvwaeaTaisNo.: : : c L
crossing in Russia provincial cities are store. Brwtoo; I). l.tehlettnvr, 5-l'I'opbei riD1r.
bear the news, and tfi j he would only I'I't FALATKA Fry Senior 8agamvre; ttAfa Junior Aaea-
lands and peddlers with baskets selling more W. a. Xa of .
AND EAST. NORTH AND WEST. ; Records; Hen 7
tell what he thinks about it-but he Mrrwin, of Wampum.
to the the salted amour
passers-by product ,
Meets Monday nigflts la each month.vtiusg
won't. Democrats do Dot regard
of the big sunflower, wbJch'is eaten. E. :. J.HASKELLOffice w 3s Y.. 3e Ns. k.3V. brethren corUiilJT: invited attend
ticket nominated At St. Louis as a artung t ... iw.k Fla. N. 1

one. On the contrary, they think it In spite of the weather and the buffalo All Train DaUjr. 'td Seat AU Tral.1 DanT. a.d 'P1.rldaMal4 O. A. R. '
WYRR Ca'tt EIpr' Veteran Past. SfI. 12 Department of FloridMetis *-
flea the Maiatee
would\ have been difficult for the convention cattle county tile third and fourth Thursday nights.
are doing finely, and beef cattle are Post Room U aeeond CrUTs hlock.
to have picked out one that. Lyrck'rtne, T.C&P"...... ,. IS) I UOpm 'Lv Jacbanrtlle.l'. c. k P.' 550 pm b !: 0 am U. L. VOX. CotniuandCT
__ ---'W\uld'hne been weaker. Abide from now being shipped to Key;West Office hou s: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., and Lv Ey."", F.C. 1&P....... .. Slam .IS pm I "_ftfttt. Sontbern I 9 :JI pm 10 to am W.8.NUGENT.Adjutant.

the enmity of many of the republican The chimney top on ,Mr.: J. A. evening 6 to 8. Lr Sana,all, 1'.c.oIc: ...... 225 pmU 16 pmt N .3fs Atlanta on. .Soutbena" ,7 S 6&I am am S. is IS pat pmL..OOhUnbla.SOUth.D.28
Office moved to Second street next ( NATIONAL FKATERSITY. J
leaders because of the methods adoptedby Maahs' house at Daytona, was struck looam .". tbttanoop.M '1255 pm 410) am
door to Methodist. Church. Ctn..umat1. Q. 4r c.. I f 11 am f I'J Gem City Lodge, No.25. meets In Dr Welch's i
Mark Hanna, McKinley will-fail to by lightning Wednesday of last week. Azt rl tt.,8oQUan..H. a s p Uhlll Ar.Birminebam. nnhenalll! Ill pm .... ..H.. Han ever Tlmes-H.raId Printing Offlc. at SMock -
P.u.ATJtA. FLORIDLY .. ...... .. ... .. ....
of who and the brick scattered o\ir the roof. Ar Wath'gb.South'o .S 42 t to pm ernphiA, L C. h R IIO 20 pm .. pi.nt, eon second Wednesday in the
get votes many republicans I ..uB&1tim.rePa.R.B-.. .,.. .ooam Ran...":"S' : 7u pm.: : :: loath, R. J. BILE Guardlae.B. l
12ipml : :::: :
Mr. Maahs the Kparks
regand him as a one idea man. The says ew throughthe ..uPhtla"ph1aPa.B.BOIS; 100am d... ...........7..1.......'. .......... C.LANNING. Accountant.POULTRY.
.bolt. of silver republicans because of room, where himself and family I John J Little AJoi.wyOt'It.Pa.R.R.... ..-. .ttU3 020am: :... ..... ...... .. .......... -

the financial plank of the platform were sitting, at a lively rate. .a r
makes it doubtful whether McKinley Mr. J. B. Hill returnedjka Crescent. nu.1t 1MLa1l4 .1 the Sky." 11 D&U7

can carry a single western state. In City Fla., from Daytona ceuUv, after .' aaeklOllrtll..i'.9-"P_" ''' '' ','' patl QUICK TIME TO. ALL ,
1 -Duun_ IN'Ales II :'=: ::::::::::: : e i am
short it is the opinion of the best informed arranging for a cottage. Mr. urn I s rf.Souu.em.\: .. .... \u a POINTS NAMED.

democrats that if the democrats was to bring his family Daytona last Ea Tbn.. : J m PURE BRED STOCK.
Wines t.y.. ..rulae .". Cen. T1D... :to pm,
can't beat McKinley they could not week and remain to lIupe -ise tLe erection Liquors N KaoJ"t111J .. 10
u.Cu ,0. t C ...:.......... 9 ams DAUBED PLYMOUTH nC1C .
beat anyboy and that the republicans of his store buildin :\

have added very largely to the chances The Miami Metropols claims for.I Short train to l On.r nnati..Ererett. via for AaheTJUo.Brunswick at 7 Xti) a. m. dan/' Through. Pullman steeper.JacksoBTUK BROWN and WHITE LKOHOBX

for democratic aU I.Children. Dade county the distinct on of having And CIGARS. For full Infortnation, apply to any Agent of this great Railway EGGS for Hoicrnng jl per 13; th -ore

Vnade the closest tax co lections in the 2JO( fire
J its connections. settings, ; settings f i.
System, or
forPitcher's 916 BEBGEX ST., BROOKLYX, N. Y
Cry _
State. The boots show nat 513,384.41 Fowls shipped at single express rates

Castoria.Is of State taxes and {19,0 7.32 of county I I Take Bergen Street. Car at the Brook V- A. TUBE W.'H. GREEN, J. K. CULP, 8. H. HARD WICK. -AI.80-
Bridge it the door. O a.Pass.'Acent, Gea.l1pertaMDd.. TnJ&o 3faaa .r. Ass Oea..Pa.. ArW
1)11 ; passes
taxes have been collected DEaSICATZD Fish
leaving only 1Taahinctosk.D.C WaahUftoB.D.C ITaahinfloa IX a .AtlaatAo o. ,

it not a singular, thing that fathersdo 5iC.ll of State taxes and only U26.S6: !Pa-latka W. D. ALLEN, MEAT Sitar and

not remember the age of their chil of county taxes delinq t FloridaPsss ng.r.Ac.ai. MICA CRYSTAL GRIT

dren. The Daytona school census taker I ironcx.IWAjrrereryman 212 We t Bay Str*.*JACKSONVILLE.. FLA Write for prices to

states that he has not met one lather of The U. S. 00 its and woman U o.e tTalted June 2ist, 1806. ..
States Interested ta the Opium and Whisky ( C. BAILLIEnot
. three or four children who could tell thaw Royal derm kahtu to aare oae of my books oa u.... dia- ,
tases. AddrMa B. M. Woolley. Atlanta 4}a, \ Interlacbea:: Fla.
the age of bit children. allY Box OS, sad ese will be teat Jta
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FROX NORTHERN NEW TOBK. body who can afford it (and some, I'' :f THE STATE.
EOt SE's POINT N. Y. June 16. suppose, who cannot) has a wheel
Lakeland has organized a cycle club.
of the unfortunates how.
Dun Being one

I have TulElIIEn.u.Dseveral been Inspired to write you times a ever,who cannot afford a "bike," it There are plenty of grape of good r Ripans Tabue! 5oomtuDalr

few lines, and as often has my1nSllra. only remains for the writer to "sit on quality in Gainesville.

tion been shattered by an urgent invitation the fence," etc. There are some very I Th SL Au unine mails are the heaviest Disetae

to participate In I graceful riders and some who are not; I for this season of the year known. earnest on with stat srnptaaiwiiati wean.
some pleasant
] J lnsre.ts! ,In extent: t KU la ally ,gro w da'1.t.>"t1
pastime. The methods of whiling away .some who "tcorch" wlth,,heir tongues; j e 1 1 The Waldo! ice factory has suspendedoperations
the hours and diversified I hanging low, heads between their pRYAL and wiJ be moved to if yon SOFFE* OM HERONSays.rnva 1I '
are so many I some -I PEPSIA' DIGESTION, .1111 lllnUi lADUuM
that it is almost impossible to. find even knees, and others who ride for pleas! other polut.
If yui'a i ..I ) H )4irtr-jor TjVa BID\\H "MRFIfPJ
a few moments to devote to anything nre.The \base ball team is.being organized have A D130ID'cREO; LIVER. IdlB lUrAiU IfiOULuj
driving is alto good, and a first-1 f I
else. However, I take advantage of "; Fernniliua u> snow under the Oak It ,..r OltPLSXIlt H ULLI)". .r ?. 111(03
this opportunity to inform yon that, class livery, with turnouts: and blooded i-.t'ls? of Gainesville. serua BIUSUi APIE$ Elrrfa, Ta"e RIPA'J?" TI lADUuBJrf S.'

after a very pleaeant voyage on the stock, is a most agreeable acquisitionto ( 1lOF !
rlorida raise<* manually three million Of'Bt TgBIKtm aid ALLDlSOSOSKi
steamer Iroquois, of the famous Clyde the hotel. .. "TE. ,.t'f7. a rlcd'e rcm't bout tar, 111.. bushels of sweet ootatoes of the fifty THE STOItACH HiS KlrANi; lADULlh Ii:

Lineand right here I may assert that There are many points of interest .rtulLa 1tJ, XTBIUVAL: t1 refarod use used+stress.was.tactloa million produc.d ia the United States. Rpans! Tabalea act gently bat pro nptly;>> span the liver. st jiu MI ,
about here which I will to
DO service can surpass the Clyde), Pa.ln'iller aanneanrors.e.Thr.as and Intestines cleatna th) sydtam: effdita .ll,; ear dfspjpil: ik'>l-
describe another lime. The town com-I 011I., Die .sb., Alligators hvx been catching hogs
amid clever associates which I ,hr., ;.cl
some Ck.I.raar 'rap., teal eanitlpation, offaasiva breath ant has tahOu TABOCH taken
about 2,000 inhabitants, baa ''''''1Paln /&' in the Lebauon section of Levy county.R.
prising first
will endeavor later on to describe, a ; at the indlcttioaof tall eitlon, bUhntI18.u.[ < diutn* ,dIJCro1t.: fwr

three-days stop m New York City, anda quite a history, which I have so far "Iek....-..i tl1-rl_ ..!tTuRDE.1'.lr...kDOW"1'111_aw.ft Mta III.I -. P. Priest killed seventeen ot the'ga-. eating or repression of spirits will lately anal qalcfcty raoairh if afr' '
Backou1 tor in one pond. .
unable obtain kind old :
splendid trip bv rail of 334 miles been to but a I e'U'e.aJWC..r.l.l.- .. '. whole dlfflcnlty. -

the Hudson and gentleman who lives only a few doors Ps.ln-Rll1er = njeiO i :p toLUti Two pa.tceoun in Tampa and one in 'I t Ripaiu Tabalea are prepared fr Jin prawrlptloa wl.bty at! by -
along picturesque romantic 1'tT J
shores of Lake Champlain, I from the hotel (and a writer, by the 1ttAD&. .Bane"fa,.Rid....-..."....CI1. : :.,"fS.rat-+s,nlut. Jacksonville have been convicted of L{ :the best physicians and p'eateJ In tae: form malt approval by V
arrived in this village Wednesday way), has kindly consented to furnishme v r m'irder and sentenced to death this modern science "
Paln-Kil"t. lb. wan triad and
data for next letter. 'n.weI 411 nonth. If given a fair trial Rtpans Tabnles are an iaf&lllb oar they ?l1.
my bl..4 lb.
of last week. pA.. ,
night 1IIet' I e. ...._ -
: To those readers of TIlE TIMES- ta etalle; ... PIa.ler..... "atl.l'. andka.aandgh taro nothing Injurious and are an economical remedy.
Rouse's Point, as the name indicates,' warms .1.-. a rare a& High Springs has challenged Gaines. c
)-talnaU.r =t.raaUis
is a point extending far into the extreme HERALD who contemplate a vacationof witkc.rh .f.l1et. ville for a game of ball to be Dlayed ia

north of Lake sufficient duration to warrant it, I J' RECOMMENDED Gainesville in the near future. In the ONE GIVES BELIE
Champlain, a 1 y re'I rwt.n..w. er,MI....,.a.bPr 1
beautiful sheet of water as placid as I would suggest that they pack their QS r+,br ltra..Lorpitata. meantime they are wiring the various ,

the St. Johns* somewhat resembling; trunks and check them to Rouse's ll1er EVRRYBODr.Pala rH.dlda.Ckwfto cities for players. A quarter gross box will be. sent potage paid on receipt of 50

that etream in formation. The wdest} Point via Clyde Line to New York.Rouse' i'ft.,...,.tft C.ftpl it.ef.k.ad 1'- ten v A. !t. RiChey, II. B. Webster and cents byRipans
Point is reached from New )1'J: .. this
portion is between Plattsburg, N. Y., IDnJaabI.ed,a..U the dor......-towtt1en Ita pr1ce brlnJl OJiers were poisoned at Tarpon Springslast
York by N. Y. C. &; H. 11. R., or Hud- l. fctt iWh et U.and It will MBB Chemical Co.
and Burlington, Vt., being about five M .ma'J".11a e.. to dodo"blUa. week or drinking buttermilk. No ,
eon Rtver steamer to Albany. Then awat ; n.w... TaU MAe ba' {ks
this it is
miles. At not
point more IU"t&1' D.rta"PALATM one knows why the milk caused the
than a mile, possibly less. The opposite via the Delaware &; Hudson, a distanceof sickness. 10 Spruce Street, New York, X. Y.LooaldruggisteeverywherewillaupplytheTabalesltreggestedtod .

shore is Vermont accessible from 134 miles, through a charming ,
Kttlie &; Rendle recently surrendered rl so.
J. E. B.
this point by means of a ferry. Among country. their lease of the St. Augustine Dai They are Easy to Take Quick to Act and Save many A. Doctor's BilL

other oddities here this ferry occupies How's This X ly News to its proprietor O. B. Smith T 3 T Si' I P 3a\\

a most prominent position. Being We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward and Mr. Rendle left for England, his

directly opposite the hotel at which I for any case of Catarrh that can future home.

am stopping, a good opportunity is not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. LUDDEN & BATES SODTHSRN MOSIG llOUS..4
F.J. CHENEY &; Co., Proprietors, Many spongers were at Tarpon recently ;
afforded to watch the ferry boat (and on ieldirect line'
Toledo, Ohio. but found unsatisfactory pricesfor
comment upon it as well). The boat We, tbe undersigned, have knownF. of t'I their sponge, only $1.50 and $1.75
in is flat J. Cheney for the last 15 and "fel bAtwe3a' Savazinah.
question a large, barge:; commonly years f being offered, and $2 and f2.b0 belD.gdemanded G-a.
known as a scow. It is driven believe him perfectly honorable in all --
business transactions, and financially .
by means of an immense sail attachedto able to carry out any, obligations made NewyorkHavana' Some ae fine looking peaches as any' ESTABLISHED 1870.

a mast at the port side, about "mid. by their firm. country can boast of are grown in and

ship The balling signal Is given by WEST&; TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, near Orlando. In size and color theyare THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE

means of a large white rag suspended WALDINO Toledo,,Ohio.KIXXAK &; MARVIN, all that could be desired. of the SOUTH,
from frame which dis-
an F-ehaped ,
Wholesale Druggists; ,Toledo, Ohio. The Mobile Register has received the "
played whenever the services of the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter-
first cotton boll of the season, the:first DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWN
ferryman are required. If the wind is nally, acting directly upon the blood PIANO besides the other renowned makes which we handle since years?
heard of this It is fromJ. !
one season.
favorable the ferryman (II well as the and mucous surfaces of the system. Do yon know that we have our ,own Factory in New York, employ our
degf.nlces) is in luck; Price 75c. per oottle.. Sold by all drug. -1 -- B. Mathews, cf Gottondale, Fla., own skilled workmen, and can give you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOUK
gists. Testimonials free.'Children. Jacksonville dated June 11. There were.. twelve MONEY 1 HAN EVER BEFORE?

otherwise it requires" considerable time I bolls besides this one taken from the We recomparisozL er to the LUDDEN. & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully invite
In "tacking. I have not yet made .
Cry for same stalk on T. R. Hollidaytiplantation.
the acquaintance of the ferryman, but I Tampa ,grown Year proud of the Piano that bear our name. You will be proud an&: '
I and .
Judging from hit agreeable nature I Pitcher's Castorla. pleased to possess one. 0

take him to be quite a good fellow. John Welsh a colored farmer, who EASIEST TERMS. LOWEST PRICES.Jacksonville .

The great point in his favor is that he RHEUMATISM CURED. ; Key West resides near Jonesvllle, is the first man Branch, GEO. E. BRADNACK,

eeems to "stand in"with the community After eminent physician and al in the State so far as heard from to send 1C W.'lpaj sL Manager-

i at large. other known remedies fall Botanic ', ## new corn.to the mill to have it ground CHAS. E. ROWTON, Sole Agent for Palatka.

The weather here has been quite Blood Balm (R B. B,). will quickly Railway.A into meal. Ripe corn, fit for grinding,

cure. Thousands of testimonial attest A during the early part of June would
cool for the past few days. remindingone *
this fact.. No case of Rheumatism seem little outHood's otnaa ontrw'.a.Jnwaswrut.
of January in "balmy Florida. l
can stand before its magic healing and : Georgel9tf
An overcoat has been to com-
Send for book of F
power. stamp par. ,f
fort, and almost every evening we have south ,- Completely Cures. ,
ticulars. It contains evidence that '
around fire. Lino KET WEST FLA., 13 1896.I CENTRMsO A REET. '
eat a will convince you that B. B. B. in the May \

The Hotel Windsor, at which I have best core for all Blood and Skin Diseases Throughthe was troubled with a skin disease Under Entire New Management. ..

the agreeable pleasure of sojourning, ever discovered. Beware of substitutes known as ring worm, and I resolved to j

is one of the leading hotels of the Lake said to "JD.t&s Rood" $l.OO try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I had not J..tS.. G-.A IBL"E: PJ.1I0

Champlain region. Although comparatively per large bottle. finished she first bottle before I was ,

remote (a little larger than the CapU Elrnore, of Kanapaha, lost a Heart i Florida completely} cured. I am now well and THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, CLJ2ANED and nE-TURNISI ti
Graham at Palatka), it is first-class and ; owe my rood health to Hood's Sarsaparilla every department, making the accommodations ffirst-cla.w, and cuisioxceptionaole. -
modem in all its appointment,and has valuable pointer dog recently. A negro "t ." GEO. W. CAIIEY. Electric lights, excellent sewerage and purewiier. Haven
found him two weeks afterwards in an identified with the hotel business for year, the present management': fire
an established and enviable reputation old cistern at one of the places aban- Ask HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver ills. of pleasing his patrons. Collates, 1.50 and 2.00 pet b 1. ]
the better and more refined \
among .
doned northern family. lIe had for
by a
class of tourists. The most impressive There is an abundance of tomatoes --

evidence of this fact!h, that it is well evidently chased rabbit into it and TicketsJ j and all other vegetables of the seasonat

filled the entire season. The house could fourteen not days gt out without again.food lie or had water been, via tho || ,' T. & K. W. taloupes Gainesville.are also Watermelons plentiful. awl can- The Little Pytnam -al

this year U under the liberal management but was remarkably lively when res !
of Messrs. Coon & Ilolliger, two 1
I cued. All of his toe nails were worn Write theGen'p President Clute of the Florida Agricultural I ,. I
young and I ambitious hotel men well 1 j rat Passenger VV'VV' vrr>v'rrrvvwvwvyvrrvy
to the Ileac by his efforts to climb out. College has been re-elected for l
known in Florida. Mr Oooo was for-I the ensuing year. There was oppositionto Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equippeo'WITH -
Agent for Information. -
with tbe Ocaia House, ,
merly The expences of Tampa city govern him and Profs. Martin and Baya de-
while Mr. IIoIHger will be remembered i ij for tbe current fiscal foot -. .
ment year up
dined be
to for
applicants i
j 8' the :genial passenger agent of the Sl 3i5901: receipts $143,818.00! WBG9RIJ, G. D.Ack8y! under the present executive.any The board, All the Latest and( Most Improved Bar Fixtures. I

ti4... Linuaf tefteaer8 4fterwards withl'seham.
----. vf trustees remains the same as before, A Finely Assorted stOck of
-- ; ; Rt. Au t\.tinp. They GmH.t! Sul w. 611 PHM K AIM ;
: i1"a.erLiwynupresident; W. D. Chip- I :

ale;.i.id most to see agreeable them so stttcessfal host, and in I their am :1 .WAK fffE JACKSONVILLE. ecretary.icy, vice-president; and A. B. Hagan, Wises, Wiilsklss! Bnr, Djunti: ail Ii! lrtsj! i Ji it JI.r n Eb.. ;:,

venture, this being their. first season as II CURED AS IF DY MAGIC. 4O .:E3:. IE3lBi3isEieLemon
landlord Victims .l lit Msabood rtooM Mad at PEOF_
I owe fur a book ON TO '
John IVndrre, who will also' bek toll that explains 1NLAlJ' "h.'Ol'how Street. PaalklFla .

"iul\l! it'numbered as :c..d .1.101 fl'i ,.. ., '4"'''*ly
I \.3i 'a, and perutnectlr I if
Hart's Line, is alto here. He reprttrnts restored. roman It I
Eichmond. t
the Windsor on tbe rwJ. I; mMkBe lIufr.rtD-from CAB afford II I II j
Tae WIDdtOr' is situated withiu a I l tO icnOK this t I

stone's throw of the fatuous Lake, in ;' t/,\ 7 tlmelJl'd.tcc.{"Ok t.*t:a L*M'- United ,
-- fats rtreo, ih, oorvtopeeot 0
the valley of th* historic and beautiful' and too are Imparted to ewer I
portion of the Ixxir. Z-1- with poaltin "
Adirondack and Green Mountain '
t pcootstaeatedl, free toanym II nOD appijea...... I Veterans I I .
.tJit'h abound in monl't' and wild sanit'. aiEA3EDlCALCO.BUfFALOlH.Y.! i ifANUFACTUltER UP; 4L14 XIDS OF
From its luams one hay a Leauiiiuliy! I

Impressive '.k... Canada is one mile BENJ. P. CALHOUN SIXTH AN I UAl Rfur/ION/ I I I 1 WAGONS 1.

distant to the north, and on tbe extreme I
t j I II
not them American<< boundary

her poses immense historic old powerful Fort Montgomery guns Manog,1 ATJdEI! AT A UW\V.rrorl'lC3 June 30)) n, I i iI And Other Vehicles.

1 1st and 2d. :
y A
"in tbe
Canadian; territory ,CHILL BLOCK, over Post offc 'fncnr V CORNER LEMON AND FOURTH STREETS. __- --
face," as it were. : J>a1&tb.11or1da. r.s.ttf.ENrwRDVADiils The Son horn Hallway I I 1 M I II II _

Montreal, metropoUt of the Dominion "
- of Canada, is only one hour's ; Offers super .r THMOtJGH CAn I
ride distant. It Is the writer's intention SERVICE and llEDrLES at par
i I GrW baTe experienced Workmen In a3 Departments
low our a Stock of the
before returning to his Southern I,4.1. ,. art ...,, n.aW. 4.ta..t. ticnlarly ra es. aA i VERY BEST MATERIALano we GUARANTEE SATisrAcnoN both in price
home, to visit Montreal, for tbere are t tt I'aa. R .:,ta..ww.I.Itea r1 tflul<' >*..>::;, Round Trip f >ni Palatka, $15 10. ; 4 NI wo.uw :and style of work. 274a
__.... I
-foreijn" scenes taere- t least ., ,' .,..Y.r dw._"_...Tall._ The foUowln 16 a letter written by ark
many a- _i W'i r rw l 4"r-
... ,.........
r. .d. el. At "''.. as Gen. i .
foreign to an American's.:.je. 1 ., .... rt .... '-fl_ ..a1s B. Gordon, Commander in ,
...I.4.w .
+ I' ukT I." t. rrt. Chief of tbe tilted Confederate
The fishing in Lake Champlain i ii"ex- .. -.- \,:I." !.t",NerT : '. a'..";:'::,= eians, returnin Ah.tnW.to the Southern- iI W.
celii-ut. A guest of the house broke at Pw.J..1 Railway for rSuced rates to Richmond I Livingston's

j -- I
t the record Saturday by hauliug in a :
a rSITEI Sctvat CLRAT}:, 1
lu.NJOue" (
thirty three
fish lhauals pound the celebrated tarpon HIXCTOX, b.(;.. March 2. +.j "R. MO X A Bill" AXT "KEN' IS HEADQUARTERS :FOR: BARGAINS IS -

tot The flavor of the fish C MR. W. H. TATOE:, TUCKY CLUB.:' Pure Whiskies! for I fURNITURE
gamfcots AND
District Pttae.Agent, So R'y. C" GOODS
kite U-peculiarly delicate and neb. ; LXtianta, Georgia: Family ana Medicinal! purposes. Gen-

lu I5lewords: of a native, when bej I AND ITS CVRZ Mr Dun JiWA | I thank ou m behalf cine only when bottled in this style Oak Chamber
vita EWTOR>-I have an absolute of the Con(2 rate Veterans f the HamljSQme Suit cheaper than has ever been Kid n FaUtr*.
'saedegarlrg the flavor of Lake foe By its : adage. Bottled and from Hardware Stoves Tinware/
t..1wn remedy Consumption trmdi usa good work yonjffe doing in securing a ship Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lowestnrtcto.
sus h gay that "the more a thousands of hopeless cases have been already low I
I rateylftrourViext jneeting.I Distillery : 1 Wee 12 quarts, 5 years *
i prison ta: em the more hungry permanently curel proof-positive: la I --know I but WtJect the sentiment of In fa t, you will find BAR&VINS, in any and everything you want, at 1
f he gets." F: iis exprcMion I must of its IW rower Mtln that fret I to consider those of It your my duty readers tovJ all when I NaJ yoar labors wall be old 1100. 1 Case 1: quarts, 8 years I and all tnes.IVitf any

"lYe duly < them. oM 815.00.: 1 Case 12 10 i attention and tatisf* tion
II; an origi- "who have Consum ..Throat Bronchial or aitpceviatvu by quarts, years I
t I al charsThe kongioaior ( Lung Trouble if they will .write me ther With best witbes. I am nIT truly old 815.00 Mail Ciders Prom'l:; At- I .
address. sours, J. B. GOOONC guaranteed.Third
eta and postofficd: Snctrely, Lemon Streets
sects through tOn '1'. A. SLOCCM.JL C. UOrwrt: St.Hew Tilt Teff nD particulars, address tended to. t irner
..4l 11--..,
., na u\orMl Ift..tAM.rvM W. D AliEf
e4Hence every'o sm i w.r\ q. Florida :Passenger" Agent, R. MONARCH BOTTLING CO., [older Top Cherry Desk and an Iron Safe.

/ Jacksonville. Owentl faoro. Kentuck ORSALE AT A BARGAIN "*


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THE TIMES-HERALD r beat men in charge of party offairs or EXCURSION TO RICK MOND. TAX SA.ES_

in office. This is the to cir j
PUBLISHED KRIDA.YS.THE only way The F. C. & P. and Southern Bail- ..
cumvent fr.l.ud. and there is no preference .
I have Ine schedu'e
arranged for
between the convention and the way a that the following described lands will' be sold at public auction on the
TIMES-HERALD CO. Publishers the occasion of the Confederate Veterans Notice fS hereby gives' at the front door of the Torn rial., Town of loteriachea Cmtaty of Sum o Stale! ,
-,-- primary plans, except as a matter of A. D.. 1800. at 12 o'clock nJOn of
convenience. excursion to Richmond. Through Florida, or 10 much thereof.as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes: herein **t }f'I.te i \ te&be saree bether

OFFICE: to DonnfsBail*
next to Pod Offloe.PALATKA. m. and 6.50 p. m. reaching Richmondat .

TOBACCO CULTURE. 6 a. m. and 6.40 o. m. The rate for WSCRlPnW. | | i i is!
To WJ.ODl Aueseed is
Itls'saidon.wbat is supposed to be the round trip from Palatka is $15.10. 9 2 g ? ? :
FLA. JUNE 36. IS96.STJBsaunox i H 3S < ht i. i i i Fi
Tickets will be sold June 26 27 2S .
--- u good authority, that there is still.timeto on ..... .. ......... .... ... '" ..-- s tit II 'f- "r 5 S : as g 1-
and 29, good to return until July 15. Esterbrook, Mrs.C. D. nV'." "... ... ... .... ,... ... !. 15 i'J sue.. ltG $195
-plant tobacco in order to obtain a l'retcote.JohD. ... .uMh1afnofeelof"; ; SH0 3b. S
01 ae',of De ,of '** J' 3 !.t 7
EATB-OH Year, SI.M. six The Jacksonville camp has selected the Lamy Thomas T..;... 8ubt1y set.'t IWV nw'.. .. ; .... .. 11 14 m 2S fIM
months, M CenU. Three Months, 29: Gent crop this year. This feeing so, there R. E. .. ........ N lu of IF 11 of nw4 olne!;.::. ...: "..:.... 1. II I.j 110 1002e
ttabecnptioas da la adranoe.DEMOCRATIC F. C. & P. and S. R. R. as the official on.ahd.r.....u..... ... u H .1, lit ae1 ,eo 110 GO
seems to be a good opportunity tor the route For information and tickets o enTj.rpfcnPati:::::::::: ........ ... ...u.... 2'J M t. .0.1 2t 35 13$
--- MO em. A1Ix._.... Kt.on i'iibikJ.... ................ t -.25 SOU
STATE TICKET.For rrowers of Florida to realize largely call on R. J. Biles or H. E. Dickens, Bowden, Mrs.J. E..... V part if,i2and:: 27 bit 2 .................. *> M I NPetermanPeter.
.__,.. Lot 22. ana Sa block.... .... .. ........ l w 2.. .10<
this year from what is concededly a Palatta or W. D; Allen, Jacksonville. Young.. Sat.of D....... Lot 12 to 'It block e.................. ...._.. .... I a 1 40 SW:
II.. Lot II a 1. U.13.18.19,22.23 and 20 block d... jgf I es
Congress Second District: profitable crop. The United States II.. ::: :: Lo&3. t. k.-.................................... i N 17CH
R. W. DAVIS. *'I have never had a day's sickness in .II. ."... tAn of b eemeteQ'of block g........._....... a u I 30
...... ryt w M 179
Tobacco J Journal this .... ...
urgent on
very ..
For Governor ..... 7o
my life," said a middle-aged man the Auof bfcc'Y.v.'v.v.v.\.v."r..7:: as iss
W.D. BLOXHAM. subjects and naturally keeps itself well I i.V.V..V.V.W..V.V.. ..illllI"II"JIuu : : 35 10as
For Justice'Supreme Court! other day. ? :: : ; :::: a in
informed all connected with the
; on "
1L.U.MABB7. I What a comfort it would be, sighs .. .. .. block 0.:::::::::::::..:::: to I5CI 10M
tobacco industry io all its branches. Itsays to as
Lota. 160
of State
Secretary invalid "to be In his
I some poor price .. .. .. "'' 4B 'Z>> leO
JNO.L.CRAWFORD. .. s41.usaat42.rtploctq.!...!.!!!;!;.
: I for a year or two." Yet half of the In- II :::::: Lot _Q 1I .... '...................... 14 10 24 It a as I 16Rhbehn
Ear Attorney General: "Aside from the decree F. W.. E.K". ; ..... .. ....... U 10 2. :3 lo 1'1S 23Bent.
W.B. LAM AR. prohibiting valids we see might be just as healthyas Mary' ............. saID ...tfDW; ct eey.OfAe'........;a::.:.....::..::: ..... U 10 24 29 It aoPeinbenton.
For Comptroller: the export, no probability exists heif they would only take proper W..L. :....1.1\I of .., of IWr ud. DeI{ swy aad 100 105 253
YooDf. dots D n :"orne ,of IW 4of ... '. 1. M
W. H.RXTXOLDS. that a large of tobacco 'would be ,. 4a IWorolD 309 280 S90
crop awl
\ of
care of themselves eat proper food- w Jt a of b4i of swy4 part 04 of
for Treasure: in Cuba this If the & Bobs : .of 1&I 25a Of nw'/4 of ey pt of n}i
C.B.OOLLIN8.For grown year. war and digest it.It's ew 114 I 'oil"oGlIg cLaeIfnofrr............ ............ .... IS II) 24 SB
PuNic should continue, the crop will be extremely of .WI 5, of ner'"1 see k and* of see'."*"*" 2:1 10 24 10 1200 'III) 2230
Bupt. Instruction i so strange that such simple things Bowden Mrs.J. X.... 8>i of Z3 10 24 M 30 28 108
W.x..aHE..ds. small next The Cubansare .A.Uen. ........ .otnwwot: gitm .. 74 43 1 IT
year. overlooked those who .. Lott,9t' creek in n %of ne.4 and
ifCommlMioBcr Agriculture are by want .. -.A; .a I e, of II"V orneV4..... .... ............ 27 10 24 J u
fighting, not cultivating tobacco 12-.11: of f 12S 1 II 93*
J. II. OMBRLT and the armies I health. Bowden, Mrs.J. C. .... 2tJiIJ of,81/-n"i of nand.e..of...cum.....creek.._...... 27 27 10 10 24 24 ftBrowiR.H. 90 42 1 4i:
contending will destroythe Food makes health.It Price, Boa ........... Louofsled 230 bock 10........................ 20 33 1 05(
where Allen. ,oJr.......... ................... 21> > /aRau.
crocs even they are
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. grown. makes strength-and strength A L ............. lL'UZ3.,6,25.&Dd26bIOCIt20.) f.............................. ........ 490 540
Havana tobacco will be extremely wards oft sickness. The who had Castle,C.W............ All of bl'Ck ....... .. . .... 15 10 24 105 165
For the Legislate, scarce this man ........... Nwy. n'&got .",/a............................... IT 1. 24 $ 210 leo
and ..
year next and the never been sick was strong because be oan. A. B. .. ; .26 ia M ii 70 120
BK5J. E. MORGAN. will be high. This will Bowden. Mrs..1.B. .. NW'Itff.w > ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : M .in 24 S 43 91
r JOHN" P.WALL. price gaurantee always digested his food,and yon could Prier Ella B:. :. :::.. oflV.?.............. ................. .. .... 9 10 24 i. 4d tIS
Florida southern R.K. SeV: V 35: e5i
to the tobacco of Florida
For Clerk Circuit Court. growers a become the same by helping your stomach .

JOSEPH For Sheriff.PRICE. good price for their crop. In addition to work as well as his. Shaker I v r. L. Y ':IEJS: :

to this it ought to cause a great increase Cordial will ,
JOHN W. HAGANFor Digestive help your stomach -

County JudgeM. in the acreage of the tobacco crop in and will make you strong and Tax Collector for Town of Interlachen. .

L COXK. Florida. This is an extremely profitable healthy by making the food you eat
For Tax Assessor.
crop, and our agricultural classes
GEGRGE F. BCLLARD.FocTax make you fat.Druglrist .

Collector. cannot devote too much attention to sell it. Tnal bottle 10 cents. A Sad Case

F. C. BLL CJUJW. its cultivation. The Cuban war oughtto .

For County Treasurer.J. be the beginning of a new era in Miss Laura Nagle, the handsome BUY YOUR
C. YEKTRECS SR. of Inter
For Superintendent Public Instruction. tobacco culture in Florida, and if it NervousPeople daughter of wealthy parent:

THOMAS W. RALPH.County shall be, it will also be the beginning ofa lachen, Putnam county, < sappeared .

Board of Instruction.J. : new era in the prosperity of the SO. Since F
E.. H.S.GREEN CHILL.U. ., state." find Just the help they so much from her home three \coured for ertilbet'J m\h by L. B. OA-RLtN" fr &ariLizsf. C>, ttl yare

J. rOWLKR. need, in Hood's Sarsaparilla. It furnishes then the country has been

For Justice of Peace.iMetric,Ko.$. the woman but the arch was Entirely
.... C.L ROWTON. W. H. ifokell of Delan., In the the desired strength by pnri In vain young until Saturday afte n,whQ I frea from P'I )sPIIATE ROCK and are World

Florida Agrionltriet directs the atten tying, vitalizing and enriching the
,. she found in dense 8vnFP twenty
was a
of orange growers to points' of excel: blood and thus builds the nerves, Renowned '
Reports from various parts of the knee possessed by the Satan miles from home. u h \rix ).}ty.\ JftB B J I 2 3 L iB, .111
orange.In tones the stomach and regulates the
ode when
State in the State indicate that,
press, Miss Nagle was entirely {
1801,when trees of all otfher varieties \
notwithstanding the low of the whole system. Read this: rn-oiac* She taking
orange were killed roth < Satsuma found, and was a raving thair! Pff ACID -
gronn u ji? iJii3 eatiraly foai ftKirr= _
"I want to Hood's Sanaparilla. _
praise but finally -
and was .
crop the prevalence of a heated trees at Deland were unlnJ j red. No fought her captor fiercely .. .
down and I had the
My health run cripeAfter
political term, the farmers of the State Satsnma and taken hmeMi8
tree were damaged by cub subdued
that,my heart and nervous system In Hioii G .urE DARrjYG
are "doing very well, thank you." sequent freezes until 1895. The trees were badly affected, so that I eould not do Nagle disappeared' from bet home on using a : FKUTiLizart, liko the youLack

In many counties their other crops are Iou their lea vt* in winter 'and their my own work. Our physician ran me the day fixed for her ma'' **6 to a

netting them more money than did the.I growth being checked, their, are less some help, but did not cure. I decidedto young man of Orlando. She r4 Conned '

oranges, and in all they are realizing liadle to injury from cold. The trees try Hood's Strsapftrilla. Soon I could' her bridal garments and the guests nothing, in supplying the Fruits and Vegetables with the

that diversified crops beat the one crop make abort!: growth, and \ he Inter- do all my own tio lework. I haTe takes were waiting, when a telegram was I I

idea sot badly that this generation at vening periods of cessation bjave a ten. received announcing; lh&|'b-rloverhad I Dgredients necessary, to make.them Ship well, fromLone

least will never go back to oranges ex- done) to harden the wood.) Satsuma married another. She ed to bear

clusively. The trees bear fruit early and heavily.They CuredHood's night she
groves, generally, are blow bra'if ItJJut,.
Zone and arrive to Market in a Sound Coalition
also being revived, and the outlook for do best on sweet orange Itocb.ThefrniU.'theearUetin disappeared. ; 1 ,

t> )MIke:. on the
1m. .V found she wl l ng
nh In October Fills with Hood's 8arMptUII, en

I = Lwh colotyrapldlvTarnirfpens n: .I b* carlkets: are practically and they have done me much C 04. I edge of a lake ait feanresnw&aing Encourage evaryone you know to use the D Aft LING'S,

The aj of William t. Whitney bringing will not bo without them.' I ban taken 13. 1 mirrored in thewterWasn't :_ ,
thus high prices. In

id.behaU rational bimetaliam I4i quality empty Mr. Eaakell says the Satan the bottleeof Hood's of Sarnparluaandthroogh God H has cured ." I pretty enough r him?,_'_By_ Regardless of any other Brands of Fertilizer.' For
blessing me. .
.aong \nd should bare weight ma Mall can be desired, having a loose 1 her side was the w'e ddio?di esphVhadtaken .
I worked as hard as ever the past summer -
a with Detlc voters And delegates seeds and no thorns. 1 with her.During.her fbree weeks
rind; no and I am thankful to say I am Special
subsisted on Low Prices to meet the tima* for &Uh with Order
from one of the country. lie well. Hood'a Pills when taken with I IHood' stay in the woods she had ,

shows sively I.haJl we suciical The opinion that a reduction in the BamparUla help very mveh. j fruits and berries. ADDRESS THE....

dumb t silver element, we retail prices of bicycles must Boon be M)..II.M. MBSSZXOBX. Freehold".nn. 1

eha1l bring ruin upon ourselves made is fortified 'by the following expressions This! and many other cures prove that BOTICB.PEMOS9 .

feat the very thing we on the subject by an expert: HAYING CLAIMS f 9AINBT TUB L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co.
wish tojkiieh-{ha restoration of machinist, published in the Chattanooga Hood'sSarsaparilla sam CoUDty.of Florida ozosos deceased W. PJui,. 'Ala rut.lee

silver t<*,Uul place in the cur- Tradesman: "The biz; end of the same to me, properly authent1ea for ad 1IIoI&t,or the ,

rency. \\o shows that for the profits goes to the retail dealers whereas time same pl'NClibetfb.law.will be barred. Those c-a &ccoQDU to

DeDlocrttv to champion "free( if the manufacturers had their own : said meat Estate of the same will to please me. make l/"ndiate PHILIPS pay JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

unUl11it dependent coinage of selling agents they could well afford to Administrator ALBERT Cum TeeUa-G. nto Annexe.
silver at f icto 1," is dnfply sell 1100 wheels for $ro, yes and $40 II the One True Blood Purifier.AQ drogctets..L April 31,1896HOME O. B. WEEKS Agent.
Prepared" only by a I.Hood&Q).,Lowell,Mass.
to Invitl, And w many States with good profit. They pay low traces. I ndrSend for Pocket Memoranda }Book.Xtr .

-.Sitr -..TftcE: It is *crisis with the Their rents are small, the shops being Hood' PlllS eflectrrel adeasll1.?.vrompuj*ceata.. u4... STUDY LESSONS.

Democratic party in the nation, and it generally located in country places. Asa

must be met c.lmly and deliberately. mechanic, I know that the parts of a i

wheel are not nearly so Intricate or Registration Notice. JTutt's Pills .

Consol-General l Lee, it is said, has delicate In mechanism as those of a Book Keeping, TAUGHT '

trade a.report to Washington as to the sewing machine, yet I am told by brother THE REGISTRATION BOOKS English Grammar | I Cure All --- -

,cktet>f affairs to Cuba." As indicated mechanics who make sewing machines for Putnam County will be open for the Arithmetic; BV ,

tehor i- Registration of voters in my office, st
by the general dispatches
that to produce a SCO machinefor Algebra andGeometry. : Liver Ills.
from that island for the past year this the Court House in Palatka, on. Monday MAil
the market costs but $11.73. To pro
report is w'l to how ''',t the Ppan Wednesdays and Saturdays, commencing I
duce an $80 bicycle we figure out in
lards are comparatively: lJvnnletl! anJ Monday, July Cth,1890, from Five Months' course of 100 Lessons I --A.T-
S he shop, costs but a trifle over 910.
that the only thing that i. '>e'.nj accomplished 9 o'clrck a. m, to 12 m.. and from 2 for 500. Write or c; cuIars. :
Of workman
course when as a on bl- : IiI14VthVt. 4
tlctrt anJ o'clock p. in. uiifJS p. tn., as required
is general
Address MRS.
skies] I glee YOU the cost of tLeij pro-
Lee hr. that by law.
devastation. General s'i1
diction bosses I lltfcbst
our mean
the ll>I R D. nOWELL. I 1.1. RIMES Inductor
quite gentraUv Sitaniar> are unable of their manufacture by the hundreds. liRAIOd.
to itffonl adiqnale plot vtLon to June 20th, 1890. Supervisor.CiKccrr .
The mating of bicycles is gen rally Palatka. FlaA DRESS: LIM5O3
foreigners or their on;pert> I tie seems
regarded by mechanics as the simplest CoURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL WHALEBONES and "
tufan be! l CA8INaB. .::
to think that recognition of i'r st
kind of mechanical labor with lets loss .d .x
Great Discovery.VOODIBINE._
Jig*rtncy or, preferably, foreljjK inter to manufacturers by imperfectly constructed BEST CORSETS (R. & Co'a.f;
.Y otion is the only remedy for this de- IN AND ron PUTNAM COUNTV-INCHANCERT. *.J.P.Be4.UI ..hlw.C'v: ,- a.'
wheels through bad workmanship irtf of the editor of The CnpHk t!\e I:a4- I COATS' COT TON 4 centa.

.plorable condition. General l ee also than 1s the case in the construction tug local paper cf l;laal event;. vrttee,
that for lh6 Cubans "Z was troubled with heart says autonomy hlatbh W. Huntington .*.** Pftane.
of sewing machines, with their \ ne Oily Pre SMeessfsl .
againstJohn for six years serer Jpittaj.. aor.ness :-
must be granted, although admitting finer mechanism." W.Ilae-n. lerULu ex.Offleio -. of breath. together .uh su<.h *ttreme CAPS BEST HOSIERTi

that it might now prove inadequate, as K Ute of Administrator John H. HlbtMrd.of the .. ITS MANIFOLD! USES OOUU.E IO.i life of JnOt4pYa DerYouaraeDoh.t.., as time I woo!
the Cubans seem determined to accept There are over a hundred families in intestate deceased Wetter J... :"hie t.c.nert of .wt.oda win walk the floor nearly ail It-' We

nothing short of absolute; Inde"petidtnce Key West without a head, who are de H.bard Hlbhard John H.Walter Hlbbard F. Hlb-and Foreclosure of Ttg. +outywoulprtraerverert'dby1 oadsfurtnaatp aDd piauwms.and ID we consulted the best meAVal talentTket'sid CROCHET SILKS.
.... .listrah t thnoewan.taelpl.-fO: ,
This is important if pendent for support on the Cuban Hinton H. Hibbard. minor lorta&'t' W3 make red or black I&IIIt baser tine CROCHET COTTON white and col
news heirs and children of said white cek crass-ties. Ca; sbo--netwo,side I/ that. I had org.nic. disease of the beat for

true, and may be the prelude to some Junta the head of the family having John Edward 11., illbbard.C. ouyon.deceaned.AlfredL. ails for 1:1: years ,that ere a. whlrh there. ira BO t-.a-c* T I.vi :-*-'. ored.

-decided action by President Cleveland. stone to the war in Cuba. .Bcaiyon and James uhlrn.TT T..u.e1&eooUnc over M rears your advertisement in Th Graphic aa et ale. I IOUVah ble oo wooden bo&tI.b<.Uoms of T*> year ago.; as a last resort tried on*botUeofX Stamped Good. Ladfea' Wrappers.
APPEARING AFFIDAVIT OF IIL RY eli etc. >r. tlUttf Xftc pure for the Heart,
The Ocala News proves conclusivelythat L STnU.NZ, Holicttor for Complainant, that Ai ft primer, In many tIleS preferabl to which convinced me thaI there was true MILLINERY First Claw Goods
in bta belief the defendants, Webster H. Hlb. .
it is possible that nominating caotUJatea 4aR' lard Walter F. Hibbard,John H. Hlbbard and Iiue.I win 08.prodon good ,ulU9B all wood &*)OTer merit in H. I took three bottler each of tie
old ONLY.
can be the Hinton H Hibbard. minor as aforesaid toward enter ground' e r..aw. Heart Cure and RetortiT >"erri*., and
for office by primaries Blood and Skin Diseases C. ouroo. Alfred L. lioayoo and James Win double hfe of wood<**T dad when It ewwtpfrtff v _rftI me. I lecp
of foisting fraudulent candidates Obte:. are non-residents of tbe rotate of Florida ever nKl. Ladies' Knit Underwear.
means and that the residence of aid Hlbbard minors Valuable for grape PoshF feIICPC aDd.other well at night my heart ueau rr-ulariy! sad
upon a party. Therefore, the hi at Colo-nbus 1'hin, and that of said Edwanlt. .. >t P I have BO more smothering upella. I wisp Ladles Ltoen Underwear.
BO.-O and Alfred L.Hooyon Is In the City F.tr'WftOd' work about...and dairy Louses. all I did
to say to wno are suffenn as ;
Sews u In favor oT the convention : of ew York New '[.arK. and th-t of Jams For wood work oboes Dot. .
Sun answering :lSB.BB.: .1 uhlen is vnknuwa, and bat the defendant For stable floors.W33Q1LIHE there's relief untold for them it they will Panoolaand Umbrella*.
plan. The
the Newpmvte oneiu ively that the 4 twenty-one In the State yvarv of t lorida and that the there service U no of a person snb- AS l1! I Idf---:r'r."f tIDes Heart Care t.'II'M. on a rxwitto

convention plan can be made the means nOT'CLOOnJUL """rf.1h ) pcenanpon whom would bind any one of said t .1 as r aran tee toat sell tbe first bottie ft butt will for beneflb tt,ort !
hare rutclll to rrre' All Grn ;fe ts It at 11. tee
I h r",,.' &u ...ni rf' of n\.x..i u. Mia di,- I defendants.It will be sen., prepaid, on receipt of price r EN :fI AGES
fraudulent candidates upon .v that the ilf or .1' 'k.lt at
_. ordered defendants .
of foisting e... It 1" lb. crat ..atttenl. Mnt1.e.; i* therefore ae ins-ctkide: and f .sk i by: the Dr.Mlles l1aC cal Ox, Elkhars lad. !
.tr>ll.n&I5..ltb. Walter K. Hibbard. JohnH.
; *;r.fra4Errae4) neuter 11. Hibbard.
the rart,) Therefore, the Sun is in j-! .t n.... u1 aMo Iat.l)' 6yoa4 ..B- IUbbUd and Hinton H. Hlbbard. minors M an efiotot repeUant of ia,W,. "*, "'1 fuojiALEX. .
Both sidesprove .... with es' tbrr wmiUr re..ctf"r of- aforesaid and the defendants, Edward C.llnarno PEARSON, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure II q.kkIJ.n..I
favor of the,primary plan. r If4 M the iMMve. ll to a crrt.i |t, aor and Alfred L ,.,.... C.r.*. '
r.n.ltlhr..ltiacfromIrp.r.Lb *: ness :'iR.rrci
tljeir bases, but come to opposite .. iprri...il emidxiaii W the h.naa.r.tem.r MB teed hereinon the a, 11 Es.Apil1'.i1. '" Stales A5APxax Restores HealthPATENTS roar oat of five,who
k._ of a ...... hurtles.B> ..*.rtr.Uirtvrm. A.1>. 14M the name being the role day for aid Diaiai.a.f Zrrsil.l'sti.L0Ass '
ceneJeslon Both methods, and ant .. ,ta.r.a It takr ... rick month and that the de/endnt.' James Oblra. n gaffer Berrown,
*-aimo-t Kinc l but.awl neanpeartntbeUUfl ( method can be made the means of ::I A9mW DAY or JULY. A. D.IS'S, thetame being the if yes have Skin 'P al.t. earn r ftl. -." bat.
fraaJ It all depends upon the disposition i-'.''.-i-vul for free book ef Krc4 er3lX' rate III darfor farther said ordered month.It that. this notice be pnb- bariu 3j33j F(3$rf Z e.':SI1 ai. rtnthepen .ttrofrlr

of the particular specimens of t: 'T Fzica.$1.00 r largo VotUe,, Ihhedoce a were for e-phteo-joecuti-e weeks a eeeaes. VIc-
r 1 t.3; ; Us flxVctUe-T f ia the TiBce-Hcrald. uewrpaper poiiiished ia time
the method. Seed for B.kl 'wdmaeE1IC your
human nature conducting taW County and Circait.
!' nk "y lntr1Vs. +r ...+t t.J M. ir Witness cry hud and the seal of said Court --+- spU n eeeared. nd.. CoOrei; >ua Tn-nhodregAlarour
This only emphasizes the necessity -. CM-UriM till U rat,jrdrl.ra thKiCMt day of April,1'%>. sad Labelsrefit red-Vhetber Tw at.aet.patent an rs ez aese.redotSot. rigor. Donl despeir. Send for book wtta
Guy We
exisls'for all the elections to noaoo.-c.a price A4>!rj .. [iue. JOSEPH TRICE.Clerk. perieae .fr+eefMaera. use f..notdarntM4tail explanation UIIprootL. Dialled
c.-Je4) ..
which rr.
V HENRY STUrxZ, Soltcitor r..r Co.rpl.tnaat.nuteor .a-k
{ '& .
tais. active Intireat! in political matters 1'JIC@s I Seathwe*HLADiLPHlA.C.r- TENTS e15 X1KKCT PA. BAS, l l'AL ;peyw.4 S. M4lTOM, a :0.4tr;j 1[ EIIE MEDICAL GI.. ... .. JfiYr
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wea-llenJd. Correspondence TUnet-Henld.
: t sAL POINT. June 22.

: .: Jge lett last week for Well, the longest day is past, aDd

PALATKA, FLA., JUNE 20,1890. are : : .: 1 riud< in MRStachuKtu.Jain old Sol has traveled as far north as he
j in plenty lately. can go; so now he will begin: to swing

Ail &4veni l.i* W1U become due pro rata j has nut in an extensive I southward again; to go to bed just a CASTOR IA

Starr 0 eiryqtfL math. Special anl short tin paraote t}! tity telephone In hi* store to I I little bit earlier and prolong his morning .
AU em.ttaaee..Lm1dbe made bT eKpnwa.
.>aer irJ'r nr registered 'letter. TV :! : house and can be called nap a few minutes longer. All of

THE TIMES-HERALD CO HP ANT.FaLATKA. ash I : Sund.\-. which goes to prove that I if you wishto
time( and that time
BOx 1'1' FLORIDA. a -
-two b>.mile bees who have an easy life and enjoy yourself

Ja love math along in the in an ideally lazy way all you need do for Infants and Children.

WISE AND OTHERWISE.Pr I is to "come South, young man, come
if) spring, all over
I IedJy :) in search of a proper South. Poor old Sol has to hustle all Do You KNO
graphs Pert lnls>f t Palatka Point the time when he goes north and gets MOTHERS,
and finally decided that
rr-Dt : but few hours rest. Nimble prefers to *. Cordial, may paned Soothing Syrups. and
& lon was right under the remedies for children of or morphine\ ..
most are composed opium
BONO'S.Hon. In Florida.
Batterick Patterns at stay /
'leading Tenney'
S I I Drayton Island electrifiedone Yom Know that opium aad moryhlne art st pefyin narcotic poUoosT
J. Alexander was a visitor to ,,_rt. li was a fine place, was quite :
Oar lntI.J and iht&e day to see four young ladies' strolling Yom n w that la most eouatrk drnalsti are-not pemlttU.to iettsarcotici I
this city Monday. be ; OT, : ry.
about her shores. It was quite a I : without labelling them poisons tix
lax & varV industrious "U
and movedto -
Bolinger family mn delightful I for saouM act median to be given yom. ;
novelty assure you we > von Know that you permit may
the coast last Tuesday. the at (fc are, even raised a big _
ordinarily have but one. They proved chfld unless you or your physician know of what UU composed t /
I \ (* and have begun to
Mrs. M. Coze has returned from a' to be Welaka's nd that a Us* !J
a oodly store of honey charming young representatives TX Von Know that Cantons U a purely Ttgetable prcperattai.: ,1
visit to relatives Gainesville. doubt to whose camping; expedi efita Ingredients U pubUahed with every'table !
no a happv colony
Hon. John P. Wall of Putnam nail, attaeay reigned in that Lion "Buckeye" alluded. Nimble was Do Yon Renew that Caitoria Is the prescrlptloa: the lamoas Dr. :=:)/

"was In the city yesterday." the- old couple were as extremely disappointed that their stay Prrcazn. That tt has been la case for nearly thirty years more .

Mrs. W. B. Tilghman and childrenare W ; Tees .could be al1. the day was so brief as he should have so BOW sold than of all other remedies for children combined) -

visiting Mrs. Tilghman's: parents at for prosperity, howeeer, was much enjoyed showing them through Do yen Know that the Patent Office Department of the XTnJted States, and of

Francis. with : f her l h.d. waxed so autne his chasm. Oh yes, indeed Nimble ether-countries hare lined exchulTe right to Dr.Pitcher and Us assigns to 11M the wood ,

Mrs. Geo. A. Miller of St. Augus- thought they could not loves the girls; he is quite a "ladies' t4 C toria' and IU formula,and that to Imitate them U a state prison offense

Kustine,is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. l their nest under the knight." He has to thank "Buckeye" po Von Know that one of the reasons for granting this go*anmeat'potactIO

A. Martin, in this city. b that they could preven t for some kind messages, however, sent was-because Cut<
Mr. D. Delarne left this morning for LIST over that walk, and so by the young ladles. I Do You Know that 35 average dotes of cantons are famished,tot as .
Nimble is informed that
Richmond Va., where he will spend I ; start out occaslona'ly ICBuckeye"exvlcts centa,or one cent a dose r
the summer. for : ( l 'bumble round the ears of to attend the great reunion in Do von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation your chl3drea
Richmond next week and to have a
Y. and occasionally sting wm be kept wen,and that yew will hare unbroken tests
Mrs. Derby and daughter left for the
good time that he
traveler, until they generally, so may
will T ell. tbefte thinE.areworthkaowist. They are fcd** .
north where
last Monday they
bold that they attacked compare present liberty with past captivity I *.
spend the summer with relatives.Rev. of that walk and his dog. inflicted by the same person.

D. Spencer of Silver Pond, d and stung them both One of Buckeye's fnends wishes him The-faeatmite. iLv

was In the city Tuesday and made asa which made the old to be sure to examine Florida's room tig-nature of wrappet"eChildren

very pleasant. call. ),ereapon he got out the in the Confederate Museum and to

Mrs. T. N. Gautier of Miami Fla., Hill, sr4ta.l! water on theRe report upon it through- THE TIMES-: Cry for Pitcher's Casterla?

epent Tuesday la.. the city as the guestof }..esAntying every mothers HERALD. ._..._..._.....,.n......,__c".Ncw5c..a......
Mr*, John K.Marshall. will Mvu1: If they had at. Mrs' Pettitt enjoyed a short visit last

Mrs. Ida Hamm, of SL Augustine, f.lwi> .,wn business they week from her friend, Mrs. Sawyer of

accompanied by her little son Warner been alive and happy to- SaUuioa.Mrs. __"

spent yesterday and to-day in this city -- Angier and. -Mrs.- LaBree- of -

with her father, Bey. N.J. Tilghman.Mr. feel the c meat enjoyable things Georgetown, were also among us for a Attention Confederate Veterans. Award from the World's Fatr. ,

O. H. dllchrUt, a prominent rent I' & n to a person is to be short stay the guests of Mrs. Rogers. Prof. Tbos. W. Ralph, Superintendent -
and when he makes For official route to Richmond
merchant and popular citizen of We. mean Mrs. Learned and her little son leave your of Public Instruction has received
aid neighbor because he to the Reunion you should purchase
laka visited the city aturday and Boils this week for the North where they a beautifully engraved certificate and a
tickets via the Plant System through
made JM a pleasant call. ,more and greater privi- Intend spending the summer. and the old fine bronze medal from the Committe
Charleston Peterspurg
that the Bible "If
Mr. Wm. Palmer of Como accompanied & -says: The Eulalie announced an excursionup battle fields. The Shortest Quickest of Award of the World's Fair, for excellence

by two of his beaatlfnl little take" thy cloak give him here for today, but we fear those and only direct route, through a most in specimens of drawing, etc..
And that doctrine *
daughters, visited the city Mondayand who came did not see very much of attractive' country the rates from Pal- from the Putnam County schools exhibit

made as a pleasant ealL Mr. been preached at that time. our beautiful I.land. She only paid us atka are 113.10 round trip, from all at the World's Fair.

a W. R. Bowen of East Palatka, died Farm present days when clothes a pop call, and we hear that they did Florida points In proportion. Tickets
of cancer of the bowels last Saturday, kets more expensive than they not provide sufficient retresbment for sold Jane 25th to 29th limited to July We learn that one of Putnam coun

aged 62 years. costs too much, and we the "inner man." If they had let us 10, returning Doable gaily trains via ty's most enterprising and industrious ,

was 'jive up to the doctrine in all know of their want and had stopped Plant System For cheay rates address fanners recently shipped to New York
W. D. Allen the genial and (bust* this I In fourteeD.barrel. of fine musk-.
fact we prefer to City
R. L. Todd Division Passenger
for to take look ,
the long enough us a at ,
ling Florida Passenger Agent of by \ean'-it costs less, and them, they should JiaveJUkd-thejiiceslofdlaawtT Agent, Jacksonville. FI.&. melons. A few days ago he received a ,
Southern Railway, with headquartersin hurt us as bad as it does -"- check for fourteen cents for the fourteen >
Jacksonville, visited the city yesterday is to I "* .' has been barrets. How's this? '
grasping anJ.ab. The TpRa Cypred-> a
3fimble had
and made as a pleasant call. b. I great plans for
\0 stoop to ga a favor by tier.reception, and had a choice collec- shutdown this week to repair i&Ua. .
The in Ward Six selected .-A Salesman who la
Republicans : | JIumanity is not all tion of flowers for her but as she only which occurred in the foundation timbers
to their conventionlast steady and attentive to his work and la-
delegate county 'I'l I mike ''lowever, and it may, allowed the poor little Brownie to "sit that support the great boiler mss
willing to work. We have
Tuesday evening. Their convention a line of
safe : I i .& as-tt Is with a steam : on the fence and see her go by," he sonry. We'Iympathize with them to I
comes off next Tuesday. the valve I I'I goods that every store sells. We will pay
I safety gets out their and with Mr.
and delay especially
say anything save that she certainly to a I if he cam
The Democratic Executive Committee Mr. ''I pressure keeps getting presents a. charming appear Voelker, who was severely burned show that he is the man we are look-

for this county was In session Tuesday greater until finally the ance. We are all on the tip-toe of expectation while extinguishing the fire. We hopehe Ing for. Send references, as the goods
elected permanent officers and will burst the whole her soon recover the repairingsoon are sold on time. Address, Drawer B,,;
concerning now that her may .
have Greensboro N.C.Kentucky's.
transacted other business pertaining to : disaster.
f.r a days of service are so near. We are accomplished, and that the like

to the party. the newspapers copies I ready to give her and the clever Captain will not happen to any of them again Best. .

Herbert Wilson, of the Wilson Cypress 12 paper* in regard to our i : Lucas very warm welcome, and In our colums of this Issue will bs.

Co., left Tuesday afternoon for at >. I don't see what dil-i if they do as will by us as we will DELXON, TEXAS. found the advertisement of the B.Mon-i

an extended trip through New York, :to s to QS what view the I surely do by them, why it will be a MESSRS. LIPFMIN BEOS., ProprietorsP. arch Bottling Co. of Owensboro, Ky.,--

Ohio, and other northern states. I a.y other foreign nation pleasant and friendly connection. P. P., Savannah Ga.: who are bottling their famous brands..

Dr. J. N. Cloud Newnansville, has Domestic political affairs. HUNTRESS.fatatouashow GENTS:-I have used nearly four bottles 1(. Monarch and Kentucky Club,

been appointed health inspector for the fvjdentfethat:. we couldn't, of P. P. P. I was afflicted from the (hand-made Sour Mash Whiskies) at
tlPnv wKfcDe.Utter: Paa R>i8a
of Flarida. This is we tried, and it of head the soles of I the
east coast a government was a .-- crown my to my distillery. They have some old
position, with a 2,000 salary attached (hat the lees they are It I is'*a matter of some importance, feet. Your P. P. P. has cured bifficolty goods in stock from five to ten yean

to it, better it is for us. We are to Florida that it is expected that the of breathing and smothering, palpita eld, and we would ask our readers I if Ica-'T, -_
at least it wouldn't be tion of and relieved of all I'.need of for
Rev. John II. Johnston who hid coming crop of Egyptian cottou will the heart me something pea.opaUYlR'famUy
been summoned to Tocol to conduct up any foreign industry. be considerably increased. pain; one nostril was closed for ten use in this line 'to give these

the funeral services of the late Mrs. of with our own. Our com- rears, now I can breathe through it whiskies a trial. Remember the good: "
returned home are great A New Enterprise. readily.I are BOTTLED AT not: DISTILLEBT,' and-
Dykeman, Tuesday
ternoon. ,1, for that reason in The Bohannon Bros. & Co., manuactnrers have not slept on either side for the firm are selling the consumers Jnv

,pur monetary standard of wagons, buggies and farm two years, In fact dreaded to see night small packages to get their brands
Lucas free excursion to
sunh afford
a nature as to
i implements, have located on Upper come; now I sleep soundly in any position further introduced in this section.
his Eulalia la t
on new steamer rea' means of meeting our .
Lemon,street, near the union Depot all neghtI
Tuesday, was well patronized and much D dealers; hence There's a good solid working comfort
I and 29
ere now prepared to furnish new am years oldbut expect soon tobe
enjoyed. They had a lovely moon ** p.rif the of in a pair of the BLCKSKlN"BREECH

> over coinage work in their hue at prices that compete able to take hold of the plow handles -
light night in which to return. that is debarred by all with western factory work. This ES. They're loose where looseness Is
I feel
proub I was lucky enough
; ;
The editor of the Journal of Com P nations of any particular firm has the refutation for skilful to and I necessary to comfort-snug where
workmanship and ihtir: work is all get P. P. P., heartily recommend -
merce had the pleasure of spending a importance. Every honest manufactured from select"material and it to my friends and the pub snugness means good looks. We don't
day with the business men of Palatka informed on the subject fully warranted. They are well knownIn bc stint cl..th. cutting or stitches to mako

recently,and we found them contented glance that-to adopt the the county as trustworthy citizens generally.Yours respectfully the pants the beat in every way. Best

happy and prosperous. We also visited und unlimited coinage and business! their here efforts merits in establishing the their of A. M. Ra)tetr.' wear, best fit, best looks-they don't

our brother Knights Of Pythias thrir Wbo give cs thnt metal to the he public. A home manufactory patronage require any mending. Mending Is dOlls

beautiful new lodge room --Jacksonville class Las tw, go'd, in which event we many advantages over a foreign presents The warriors of Menelek king of., when the seams are sewed and the .but-.

Journal of Commerce. unit the great disad one. Customers can obtain what they Abyssinia adoqt a device that puzzles, tons are first put on.
t_ that would want and see the material out of which confuses and I
currency frequently baffles their Man_"" Besata.
should the
Everybody patronize it has to be made, and give directionas
moonlight excursion to be given by the Hs la I Dor own borders. The to its build. Repair work and horse enimies of white persuasion. They cut From a letter written by Rev. J.

Fourth Battalihn Band this evening on dish nest' effort on the part shoeing done at satisfactory pnces. down the trees about seven feet fromtbp.ltfOuDd' Gunderman, of DimonJale Mid ,., we

the elegant new steamer Eulalia of the mui, .. owners to create a Give them a call. and burn the itumpa till ,are permitted to make this extract"I

Lucas Line. There will be music dancing ,' fo their silver, and the NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION. they are well charred and blackened. have no hesitation in recommending -.

and refreshments to contribute tobo wlto) by debarring our In front of these they station themselves Dr. King's New Discovery, as the"
i, \jay fJoU.r debts with LAHD Orncs AT G..rlfDnl.LE FLA., i ,and the resemblance between them results were almost marvelous in the
\ of the affair. At
pleasures ceD LS.P .
8. IKK. (
of Vheiher it will and the ease of my wife. While I was pastor
suc ,OTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE stakes is o striking that an
To Chicago via Plant System. The noon{ ran tell. If it does his l.J> following intention named to mike Mttter final hM proof filed in notice rapport of I Italian rifleman is likely to waste all of the she Baptist was brought Church down at Rives with Junction .

official route to the National Democratic ; will to a disgrace ta the of before bin Clerk eJ&un.1IDd; circuit that Court said at proof PaUUa.win Fla be made. on I his cartilages on the latter in thebeleif I succeeding La Gnppe. Terrible pneumonia

Convention, G hours and 50 % _J. F. JOLT m. 1891. that he is shooting at the paroxyisms of coughing would last
quicker than any other route.Wll\ut.es'l via: Richmond. Price,of Palatka. Fla.; Hd I former.- hours with little interruption, tad it .

forget this. One fare for i .Troubles and In .and 9J7t nay for of the.w'' i of rvU.IsCTp See..e,19.8. K.wt ii, ox E. nw'!4 I seemed them. as A if friend she CQn'recommended not survive.-.

contiimoat residence upon and enltrraiion of New Discovery; it was quick
Tickets sold July 3, 4, and 5 limned to Nelson, president of the aid W Bowen land tits of:Palatka.J.J. Green Fla,,of Wiley Palatka Wllkenon.FU., G. Miss KATE LUCAS11IILLIjTERy in its work and highly satisfactory in
the 12th. Bank, of Jackson, of Palatka,FU, William Johnson of PmUtka, results." Trial bottle free at Aeker-
"For fadlgrstlon and ner- Fla. J. M.BARCO man fc Stewart's Drug! Store. Regular

tires Kidney'and Bladder Troubles. I wbald rather give up Jel2..fw Beeuter. I size COc and 91.00...

Thousands of each cases have been a than ting's Royal Germe- i
I FOR SALE.Jaffa GFOR 811 100,000 choice Orange
cored iby the. QM of Botanic Blood ranqnilizer and re- -
BaJmf'B.( 1l.8.") If you doubt tt, call know la all Wtc&n be desired. Hart's f Lemon, Grape Fruit, Tangerine
or tend to the Company whose advertiamrnt as & tI in any sense, but Majorica, Late, Handarine, Kumquat and other varieties .r

appears la this paper and hap e t eft>cts npon the ....Parson Brown, St. Michael, And Fancy <3bods.Ha of buds. Will also take contract

they for *ooe- eat stamp, lena ron a .exvoit f eyatem. I consider Homosassa, Baby Blood, for budding, and guarantee life. Can. .

book of wonderful cues, not only of remedy and have for Jdalteze Blood, Med, Sweet, ; In stock an elegant and diversified also furnish Budded Trees.

the above diMasea. but of all mannerof been recommending it to 'V.shmgtonXavel., Riverside Navels line of ail goods pertaining to m141.. W. BALL, Palatka, Fla.
ailments arialnjf from blood. C5' ,.the Millinery Basinas.AFPncratry.Full. ...
It Is the uGr&pe Fruit assortment of
standard J JCant. Send to BOND for
the remedy of the ae of law !**' LtsMsT, Tank Lemon ST XEX GOODS and EM-
for care of S. Gov't
blood and skin diseases ( Reports loan B LED SILKS.
ScBy at M ewe 100. I
per lip [iced Northern Trimmer MATTING. They
Foraale by'D bott1fo, ? Royal Baking P./Ar Alee, BaMMt Tulsa wsr ready to set. ia'aol are
mming D.Pertasleat,
,. site a all I .. J.. W.' -.BALL, PteWka, .Fla. I ItJ so cheap for cash. ,

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bar taken DISEASE aDtnents bold of the wbea system.,they n. A Mas Fourth N'T STOP TOBACCO Florida Contra) and Peris' SailroMShort Florcla East

never get better of its own accord. but To the people

c..t..tlll prow. srwrve. There are who are tired of TO CURE YOURSELF
&boQa.Dda who know they bar defective the Line Between Northern
constant Florida and all
heart bat will not admit the fact. They WHILE USING IT. Const
4ont want their friends to worry. And Republican Points. By
ties Mass
.DOTS' krow.what to take for It, as a tobacco habit grows on a man -

they hee.rtdirse.wu hare been told Incurable.time and Bach again was that the County by the at People's the his nervous system is seriously EVERETT, SAYAHJUH, AUGISTA, GA., COLUMBIA. WASHlKSTO.i. : I B.\Lil1DiE\ I TnlKar..r.

ville,to elect: dele : healthcomfort and rx urrcoT JON
ease of Mr.Silas Parley of Dyeirllle,Ohio
who write Jane 19.1804.as follows: Congressional To quit suddenly is too se- PHILADELPHIA, IEW YORK, BOSTON. AND THE EAST.Everett I li. 189O.V3UTH .

"I lead heart disease for S3 years, nominate such a shock to the system, as tobacco Macon Atlanta Chat\n oga NashrlQet LouisrilH Ctnrfniutt. t'Ndgn.Yrerett i J- __ __
my heart hurting me almost continually.The Convention may an inveterate user becomes a stim- Birmingham, Holly Brings,Memphis,Llttls Rock. Kan .*CI7,:i Wt 1I,1iLr' JI -
first 15 years I doctored all the time such other Sioux CIt,. I BOUND.
trying scTcral physicians and remedies, fm-cit. tbarhis system continually River Junction Pensacol,)f(,U.,New Orleans Texas.Mexico,Calif. oral, and Paetac Qrr
..Wan"last doctor told me It was oaly a Ail voters, "Baeo Curo" is a scientific EFFECTIVE APRIL 191896. I
A question of time.. affiliations for the tobacco habit, in all its SrATh's. VO.31MJlrj koIlcJ r
NEW YORK'{PRE 'S No. 38. Leave I I
I could: not be cured.I law. reforms of carefully compounded after the nuni s,,,, a t Jacksonville 7.30 a-m- l.Ju.Qviile' t Ife'7_I I---:: --:-::
gradually crew and national Ar 8 e. i.ugstin.162e.i ..... ...
worse, very weak, of an eminent Berlin physi u $ sw With Through PuIlnUn sleeper*aad.Djj.'....- low St a ,{itine ItXtelX 1f"1..... I .. ,.
and completely:: discouraged. to the old parties, who has nsed it in his private C es for Sarannah. OotumMa W ntajrt n. Baits* if'Ht.as'. *. .11..1.... .... ......
cull I- and trusts have since 1972 without a failure. wr p.I c,. o, t. more, Philadelphia points. Sew York. Iftsson sad aflJCastern LVK1T i' .. ....j.... 'I".j ......

., lived propped half hand of greed on is purely vegetable and guaranteed 4.011 Connect for. FeriiUndlaa. Return. train No. it .' LC---J I Gas :::: ., :.:.. ( ::::':
invited 3:reaches Jackjonrl.le at '
up In 1 ed.because leoatdes't are ,1 j a.MtaMe SJOp. .a. L.Pa4uiki '. lost.'' ..... .
Teams will harmJess.Yoo can use all the -"oI. :: .1 :: ::::::
\ lie Iwn train ''1+1 NEW' YORK FAST MAIL No. 85- leave IAr.I4iu..Y..loiIQ" 1 ,Jr'' ... ... .1.I ...1.' ..
.. Bostwick want while "Baco-
nor sit *p> Think at you taking JadtsonvUIs G'-50 LY f"... ...,, lu" ... ...." ..... .....
time had W. Road, and ." It will notify when to t e p. m. .. .
Ing my you stop 'F j -' -
Georgia Southern .P k Dally o points North ant for ru.tiu.t i---;: l-lLy .. : : .::-t::: : ::::
\ come told my fan give a written gaarantee to cure r 't" Cam**'= -8lee>pen Jackionnlle to New I" IXtySuo*. .., t JTpi,...., ......1 I .. I .
Dy what I wanted Eminent with three box. ,d York,and Cincinnati Through S cefwr ela Br rtt .XtrJVrtOraajc ley .,.. .. .. '' .,.,:.
I. done when I was WIL any case "4. f and AtlaDta-A8he91U. KonM. Return >.. LvNtf tairrM. INp'! .... .... .1 .....
r-., Bat on the first day of March onrecommendation W. J. MILLER or refund the money with 10 per t t 35 arrtre Jacksonrllle 19.25: a.m. .. o'tk IUl ..:. t ".. '... I. .
sctvLLLet rtru 'I":
p uT< .:, ::: :
U* of MmFannto Jones interest'Baoo-Cure is note sub .. (NtyPn.iat ::::1 :.:: :::: ".:.: :::::
of(Andenon. lady-recommenced taklncCOMHfeat' flood bat scientific that ONLY use THBOCOB HK BC\ TrnL MILL I .. C'o.w.... ...' S9tf....I..... I .... ..
a cure cures 0OL, 0 oo0STTOrlrfDDL' rloaiDA.rrseacoLtaYD: akiJg Ftl JWp .." ..... ..... ......
Ctere for the Heart And a good tbe aid of will power and with Leave I.. Ltl'....la..I40.' < .... ......I.. .......
And wonderful to tell In ten days I was teat.says r UC4X8U.B41' JackstrariUe .45 a. at. I j.. KiTDOst ....... 4p.! ... ...... ..... .
working at light work and on March 19 commenced With the loss of Inconvenience. It leaves the system 0? ._. By No. 2 dally,for Lake City Lire Oak :Madl- Metb.w' ,u.>. 4.jp. '" .......1'... ... ..
e d son, Montioello Tallahassee Hirer Jonutlou: ,, 1, .. lie14.tia'llA37p ..... ..... ......
framing a barn which Is heavy cannot long pure and free from nicotine as the X! S I C 0 I 'r to Pensacola,Mobile, Lu te. ... &48p ..... .... .1.'I ... ......
work and Jaavnt lost a day since. I m a bb fortifications of took first chewor smoky MOrt I'cf a v Obp
Jean old I ft. Itf Inches and welch 2SOths.: you your 'i New Orleans Z :: Foes.. .. .::;t ..::::: :::'..1 :loss lea .::.::
f > down and the by Baoo-Cnre and Gained Thirty 4ih I.. Jena.t.'e37' D ... .... 1"$1& ......
I e r0 I mt* fttUn cured, and k"e and the Southwest, Mexico California and the
y Mnart .... ..... ......1.... ......
raciflo Carries Arrire Jack
I am now only anxious that everyone shall of disease. It is Pounds .coast. bleeper. Alids. R '
knoWof your wonderful remedies** medicinal hundreds of teetmonials 1 the 1J r senrlUe7JOa.ni. .: Hebe q.nd.:; :I T!i ::::,'I.J:: : ':, ::::,:
pow .p.f tli. t ,1 Leave Jacksonville 9.55 a. m. .. W.Jupiter. T ... '. ..I s.7a ......
I Dyesrtlle,Ohio. 8ILLI V ARr.n. rilla are clearly of which are on file and open FLORIDA CENTRAL .. W leach '. S ....1......, aanaliiwa ......
y' For Starke, Hawthorne, Silver Springs, Ocala .. .S ... ..... ......
Dr.Mites that Heart the Core irxt Is bottlewill sold on a Ye have taken inspection, the following Is present- asdfCNIfcSUUR r\1 e OainesTllle, cedar Key WUdwoml, Lewburtr.Tarares .. niond'e, '".<' .t r.1..... ..... I lip ... ..
guarantee ,Apopka,Orlando Lacoochee liude fit; .'lit .... ......
All ti 'monQ'1 : 3 .....
druggists eel It at II, 6 bottles t&.eneors p
to its great RJt. L Arrirejackeourelenup.naad ..'......
PiantdtrTampa. Ar.ilstL.M
ft will bs sent,prepaid., on receipt of price t' l 3"5P ......
s by Dr.Miles Medical 3&.. Gkhart, lad. blood its powers Chemical and Manufact C nnctlons. -
Company La Crosse Wiscon --- """' CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA THOUGH NORTH B&UND.8TAT10.13. .
Dr. Miles! React<< .Cure action en the of appetite the .-Gentleman: For forty, years I uu. t".., 'ua.nfdrr for no-_ arrires PULLMAN JacksonrCM SLEEPER.8J5 a.m.ClnclnnaU Sleeper

tobacco in all its forms. For X.LvMiamfl. .o.T8"O 0208))
Restores, Health. is, not what we Holly SDring'Route-ST. LOUIS KANSAS Leave JacksonvPe 6.50 Dm- _
five years of that time I was a ... JvS.: TTcS" :-
Sanaparilla does Via Macon Atlanta Chattanooga
sufferer from generl debility and CITY CHICAGO. Lemon Clly. aloe ...... 6ata1.: :,... .... ....
and constitutes Leave Jacksonville 6:56 p.m-.Tia Mason At. Connects for Nashville, Louisville Chicago ..'e.Vc1'rdal 857a ...... ills ..... .........
MELROSE VOTES. mendation that disease. For fifteen years! I tried land,Birmingham,Holly Bprinn for Memphis, and aU points North and Weat. No. 33 ..Union..... s ama ..... tSlia ..... ........
Springfield, WPlmBeach i h .... It Los :..... ........
Correspondence Times-Herald. medicine. Why quit, but couldn't. I took various Bioox Uty. e.::: return arrives Jacksonville SJ3 a.m. ..Elrier*. ... .' .
panlla now? among others"No-To BAG.", 8J3a.ni.: .. W Jupiter". b7. :.::::.12. ::::: ::: ::::
The excessive rams of last week bas .. aooe Sound.. ...... ..... .. ....
1 Indian Tobacco Antidote", AlicU..... ......... .... .. ...........
the:ground so wet that the farmers can Gold le Chloride of Fold", eta, etc., ; 4.15 P. .-Local for Krwett Close connection for Brnoawlck. Shortest and quickest route : .... Jensen.Ptuirt............an1123a... ............. .....

blot venture out In their fields for fear It certainly none of them did me the least bit I 5.50 p m--LocaI for TalU! assee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville SJ3 p. m. I .. Eden...:::I :tu ::::: 312p a Isle ::::.' ::::::::

they will bog down. demonstrate the good. Finally, howevr, I purchased 8.750- m. fot Tampa an< Intermedia. points. Pullman Sleepers. Arrive JacksonvilleT.05am. .... M F Luck rtPierce.....I.S Mrs : ::: ..
'We regret very much to learn the that if twq .., % of "Baco-Cnro and it I SeM.dan. .Hty'la :.. : :::: : ::.Melbourne : :::::::
60 cents and the ; your For MACCN and ATLANTA TWO TRAINS DA.LT. Leave Jacksonville 115 aju.and 7B.( pjs .. ... ... .. .: .
little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Archie 3IcUregor entirety cured me of the habit in Steamer"MANATEE" from Tampa for liraidcntown and Manatee Blvtr Points. '. Sarno.iEanOellfe. ... ., .. ........
cent dollar.wiU .. /litle ..:.. .......:.. ...
that bas been sick for some odrvulaticand : Its forms, and I have Increased Pullman Sleepers o i all Night Trains Rockige111.12ISa.: ...... ... .......:-.......

weeks' past died Friday night of last be hoarded by.the pounds in weight and am re- ParlorCars;, on Day Trains Between Jacksonville and Tampa. .... City Cucoa Point.. '. 12 :::.::.I..::::::.:::::: ::::::::

week. We sincerely extend our heart until the whole'.- from all the numerous aches Send.for Best Indexed.1ownship>> Map of Florida to Titusriile...! : .... .... .... _....
.. Oak Hill .. ... .... '.'.
felt sympathy to the bereaved young entirely pains of body and mind. I could 8. PEXNINGTOX.' Tratne mater. A. O. MACDOXKLL. Gen. Pus Agt XewSmrrn.' 'i' ?r. : .1.I. :

parents and though it Is hard to venal application a quire of : Fort Orange i ..::. .. .I": : ......
paper upon
part human nature' my Daytona... .. .. .I..::; ; l : .. r
with their precious little one God in feelings and condition. Orfuoml. .. ,_ ... .I. ,, ,,,
$100 would d PLANT SYSTEM. .. E..tPaUtk 4 23p ............. .....
His allwise mercy saw fit to claim the In the more respectfully, P. II.Marbury. i. !
Ar S Mateo.: ... sop- :::: : ....
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only child, and it was done for a good Be would surely of the results of the recent phos- LTSMateo.... seop..... .... .. ...... ....... .

purpose, though It may be hard fore er.and retain : excitement in this State was the 4259 MILES I Ar PaUtka. lLT 4 ...... ::::: ........
them to comprehend it In that light. knowledge of; in numerous localities on the Pslatka... J 40op ...... ...... .. .. .. .......

Dr. G. L. Sipprell and James .. fathers in fixing of extensive deposits of ex- thk Ar St.AJtUIIt. -j---w. .

Lane of Putnam Hall ning at 10.to 1. RNEY'D lime 'rock REACHING Most IMPORTANT POINTSIN Ly SL Augu. a 15pl T!lOA ...... ...... ...... ..
were in town the conversion of ArJsckaou'Il....43Sp1 a1.
last week. aeartag ?Jo-lic8 i3-been: undertaken ---- -

Mr. L Baldwin, of Oak Grove, and "Any southern i several places. Another rz aufc.was Alabama, Georgia South Carolina, Trains 8U Augustine nr: ,nand daily.78. between Jacksonvilleand

S .".1 I of Banana, were on our to 1 attract t'"out-fa ascertainment of tbe fact that large ------, Florida, Cuba and Nova Scotia. except Train Monday.All m between. Miami and Fort fierce daily

to _
streets one dar ass. wee. ture will make a cf clay existed that were capable '?t Passenger Service I iw except other Sunday.trains south ef St. Augustine daily
being manufactured Into bricks of
Honey peaches are in full blast now. it goes on record

Albert Moore brought in some very I coinage of silver quality. w. a W. BRAS CD.I .

S fine watermelons Husband Brothers' News (Dem.). H. Towels of Fort Meyers is re

store Saturday of last week, but they chill these the states so to have purchased a large tract No 3"<'> 4

mnejled awful strong of money; so in Cuba with the intention of lo- t'T" ri.iy; g-ji L. Ifew "- yrns. i 1ep I i3op

"Melrose Boy" thinks they are too 1 K there so soon as the rebellion 10;:')1& 'I iULdre Helen ." ,12.:' :'";, 4 If .... '
4 snip 11 !La UMM City 1'ljll.j: 33np
e 'rich for his blood" just yet. I i be over. 38rt|> U .tOa _ArOr.i!eCt'yJLv_ : .. _I.1')I) t3op
Marshall and Tell Watkins, of Put- Stem I,,
j Trains bcweeo New !tnyrua and Orange try
nam Hall, visited the city last week. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Junction daily except :1 n
One of our neighbors we think, 1 Best Salve m the world for Cuts, = ::.:-- =c- :-- ==- :c =-
y I
into the for Sores Ulcers These Tim Tabt TMW the u...-.. at which
to Salt Rheum
ought co ministry on a j ir.mnn
beXMCte>i to arri/v .ni'i depart
certain ocowkin l he exhiNted quite an'' e ltt I I bores, Tetter Chapped Hands, from the several v,,tr' MM. het tb. ii arrfvalor
d.: p.irtun at UM tJr' Mated it .
oot uraateetl.i
eloquence to a small audience, and he i : Corns, and all Skin' Erup- ,..r.,:,,,.* t'tt'COfDT'a.\.. "'>klit.elf re.j i..nible ror

has a floe, thttiact d<*ttvery, and did J i ,and positively cures Piles, or no tr i'n'01 Jelly any ->WT iuces an-mic V.eiv:
required. It is guaranteed to give I
able justice to tbe subject in common. I
ati faction,or money rerun'ed
Mr Frank F. Jerkins, one of our 25 cents per box. For sale by I Joseph I\ldlt1..d- .

delegates to the convention recently I & Stewart, druggists.
I aKDF t't 1IC'.NOCR: .t.1tNT. ,
-- held in Pafetka
. repoits quite a niceRMAJcbflsuiQ I
- J. L. Romero health officer
city 3
that city, and that the Q15EAT EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY TilE .
IfIofr.m Lt-r
I has instructed the san 1 \ I utST 11\IJ.-AT.
convention wa carried out in "jamUD"
patrolman of the cily that after
joining the ranks I
1 waterme'jirt: will be allowed .
Prof. Judson Batter, of Oak Grove, tempting; debase no I 1 I" ,1. F.\ 411 ,i. 'L
community that ., fo'' : ;iu the t.'lJ' vtugUiug under F'w :4te a irnsAne.Two .
was on oer Streets on Saturday of last the of :
pounds each.
vr'k. HOBO.To f *
--" -- debts is bound to I Peterson of Carnaveral re- '
much Virginia I Port Tampa Kev West and Havana.
!* the largest crop of honey iota 1.7..i.iUftcS I c e A 1.\1"-! ttu.R .
those ;
livnigin << of
oonapqaenre :lit i t.' T.rs. iI-: "I"\N' .arRlh r-
One between
t the ditch ef ; Elegaht Ship Every ."td'mCtf "1 .....
'.u 'I'HI r !tt'4
h' th"rf.:1' hlrlt,1
malarial districts T; 's T'.i: ? to estimate. j n ) at ererrI

1 are indisPcnsiLlcthcy'ep; } th Asked to m.
--------- ---- LITERATURE" OX FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.li. !,': JAB be:retM r .vnl:'i
in I SuPfWllle soue I / be snail ufticf",: rio. fn-
perfect order and 2.r"t t "j > n < eslllulll'i'
system the i fnm VJJa ralq'rdkWProf. W. WKEXN. Pas ueuster Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

an absolute cue tributing farmer to the use : Tn..':es W a E.tpcetelty Fetke who ofEp.lepsy : __ _ ________-.- -- __ __ __ .. I
BM without ( Law Lectures
binders and doubt treated and cured '
for sick headache, indigestion : ;tempt to convince FOt i S more cases than any SEED DEPARTMENTar
they meet i living Physician; au t"'NI\.ItRHTY UP'PIRC.INIA.Jsyl ,
liver permit success is astonishing.
malaria.torpid constipation I 1 implements and '' tnl' ;? f.ies;; :u.ept.4. 1'W.: tltD""OI' ,iwiYt pr"."

and all bilious diseases.Tutt's I their hands from a cared staodtnff oy aid Jurpip i Seeds J Just I eceiued.WE :.>Mn\, :t.Ch } 'ir. 'or catalog, ,uldre-
.P.O.CMsiotte'uf tauspe
I him. He
Bbooklers tack
: go: .4w 1 I.C.! MUfOB &-retail.
Liver Pills i ter, to the sickle in Cured pubU5hu&"aluabl.. ---- -- -
flail in thrashing. I work on KEEP ALL KINDS OF- .

R. \VI1.. M. DAWS f of trard.today not say that ease he this sendswith,which.JU- JJR"UG1 and '11)1CI1 S ,.@ver( 'r.fff Paying 1

I to awee
ttantlj striving
v ATTORNEYS AT LAW send their P. O,and Express address.
t that would bemoan : msz.r.J> 4 Cedar SU Ucw York Get ov Great Catalogue and Buyers -
rfkmXensn Clwk I Lemon stre E. Extracts for the tIallc1kt>rdl ef. Our stock cu,l>rieall oflbe Popuu.Otlors. Guide. Well vend it for 15

Palatka. FU. s2.17 dare: that the use of I Paints, Oils end Varnishes. Rrusbes, Painters' Supplies, Etc. Cents in stamps to pay part postage
sause: and demand

Right Sight t.ion"and a return I S. J. HILBURN, .- ACKERMAN & STEWART goo or expre&ife.Padres, tsooo Dlastrstions The BooVa 40000 free.

And yet it is << dennpcona, everything that's used

Sure Saving Shown grade: movement as AT LAW.FJOATKA. ii life; tells! you what you ought to
IOtIOd cases would pay "'.h-'J! f j"n buy of cs or not.
Well tend you our General eau { Wend are 'ropOIJ FLORIDA. OMr--oJtfro nmtouaer. Get it.WONTGOMIIRY .
Jcgue and buyers Guide, if you !
ion to backward
in That ,over Old XatioMl Bank fatF lagegpe..tie *V4RD & CO.,
Bead us t 5 cents sumps. j I tools; to add to the !' CIIEDUI..J:
>moe. 'ftMethyl
exptessagc,and 1 CrjteJ"i
pay partowags
keeps off takers. rill ever be I .............rtii t- ...tIn wIB recem Zii>ii6 !.VaU.i.: '."'>;., Chicago
It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; 1leu.-8L Paul I ..*tt,mcB a. *-%1 I.
Full of important information no '"""e
matter where you' buy 700 Pages Beaqfli & Miler Line. #
l ..roo illust! :.:lions: tells of 4 satires and riffat price of each. Ont .

poi''t 0DI7 between maker and caet. i SELL01t AT LA."'. rs
Get it.MONtGOMERY, AT.T0 Steamer Crescent.

WARD & co. i r.u.\TIU. \ T1ut'L u"h 1jtyLprc0, #
... --11-116 Vddcaa Ave. Chicago: and Counsellor at Law opposite the Court From Jackson UeJ: On.! P.4 SQndaya, Tne*lays and Thursdays care**,and Tnd -ifxht obtained .S
Hooee. itT cocce.a+'r to J 4T JJ': n H.PATENTS PAlTOaD. d all P u.eotbMiaessccmdiKtc4or
-Wn1 metioe in in coons.rua. 1'A I i From Crescent& ty at 7:30 a, m.. Monday, Wednesdays and Saturdays. OveOmctre0rrt MOOlltATC 'rue
Summer Goods, in all i w,eke assure Ut .= aaatbaseSmd Ometesad
I Excursion from Crescent City Palatka andlrc- remor.iromltiasfstaton! .

Styles and1owest'Prices Pretty Pattern JOHN D. BLAg]' yG r turn Every Friday. tharia. hoar tee dgw.ag poi dlWl"CJI'tpacctp hoco.'CJI'. Ie with nut aecured.,dftcrip.tics. Iree of.f

E 'I tamer: : ion.eerFrom '.. A ,.aUT." .toUbtaiGParcou."wWa
OI :
AqTTORNE 1'rM .KarU, ooryuTweaere ro tIe u. S. and
Mn :: taelsa lwestnese
s at 5"mbelILabels re.. ..-
ti jtOOM Ircr'e 01 I patens We ft report whether. ,...=netdaeaat11 esa bs .Palatka daily at 2JO p. m, fot Drayton Island and waylandinga.I .

Bond's. .eeandoraot.fr..ofeha'r\"t II&1........ 3J pate Bk Fr... I I R. 74DAS, Agent
at S. E. +t
QW.tts.rwumar.Y WILLSON WAaMi1Na7d31/,0.a CO. a.e..r : a-Wharf foot of Lemon Street 0" Pan" 0Peic ...?....", ,,. A.Cor



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New Orleans,La.: June 1, 1B96.

DEAR Sm-Gen. J. B. Gordon Commanding -
Yya Banker Want to Stature to Depositor M Is the standard emulsion the

Pru ?; Good Money .. WM Rees v -May B* world There United Confederate Veterans
over. is not a
Prevented bj th. Awful Rash of Kola respectfully requests that you will aid *
man, woman or child who Is
Which Wilt Prewde a Free Coinage Law.The .
A 1 A down the patriotic and benevolent objects of
; run or emaciated or has
Georgia bankers have formally the United Confederate Veterans by
weak lungs that Scott's
declared that "an immense majority of Emul- publishing in your next issue, date- .

FO the financial men in Georgia believe i sion will not benefit. When Reunion is to take place at Richmond

C that great calamities would befall the I ask for It will
Qfar reF you you likely vs. on Tuesday Wednesday and
whole country if certain very extreme
views About our primary money should I be told by the druggist that Thursday, June 30th, and July island

prevaiL This of course means free he has an emulsion just as 2d, 1S06. Also to urge Confederate

,, IO coinage by the United States. good." It Is not true. No soldiers and sailors everywhere to form

F 'If these politicians succeed," say emulsion Is themselves into local aasociations;And
the bankers of Georgia "we wish it as good.Scott's _
RYSIFELAS apply to these head'luattelllot1P pels
understood that it was in despite of our Emulsion has benefited '

warning; that we to the last protestedthat millions of Ask to organize m time toparticipate.ljfihogreat ; ,

Two Diseases That{ Cause TheirViCirO we wished to pay our depositors in people. Reunion, and thus 1H1 o.--wl1h

s to Be Shunned by as good money as we got from them; I your druggist if he can refer their comrades in carrying. out the

Fellow-Man. that to the last we besought the disturbers you to a single case that has laudable and philanthropic objtF) o!

of the peace of commerce to let confidence been helped by the unknown the ora 1Z8Uon. *
in and when g : /
SmrseriicLD revive our
--.c: GKXTLK.HES' : I commenced taking, Mo.* P. depositors rush money upon us for their moneyin emulsion he sells, and If so, Business of the greatest importance

P. P., LI pman's Great Remedy, last advance of the passage of such a law we will send you a book giving will demand careful consideration dur

Fall, for ryslpelas. My face was completely and in order to attempt to avoid loss thousands of You ing the Sixth i Annual Reunionhas :
cases. want
corered with the disease
----= short before, the law depredates their money, the best methods of securing [mrar. ,
course of P. P. P., and it soon the standard not *
; somethingthat
disappeared. This Spring I became and when to meet their imperative and Hal history, and toen1iR-tacti Stote-iu,.,-.

much debilitated and again took an- just demands we are forced to press collections nobody knows anything the compilation and preservation" of

other coarse and I and deny acoommodations in
am now .in good about.
HAVE YOU SAVW&SfWe FREE SILVER. condition/ I consider P. p P. one of that awful rush of ruin let it be remembered I the history of her citizen soldiery the

the best blood All druggist tell Scott' Emulsion benevolent care through State aid or
Coinage Woald Taka Half of AIL WIeI.Not Remedy the Unequal DUtrlbo- preparations on the that we begged to be spared the
Act Hcfor It k Too LaU. floe of Wealth.It market, aid for those who need a general calamity to ourselves and to the coun Two fxe_50 cents and fixxx otherwise of disabled, destitute or

At the annual meeting the Savings is because of the belief that in someway Improve tonic t, to e appetite build up I the consider system that and it try." SCOTT A BOWNE. ChemUto. New York aged veterans, and the widows and

Bank association of the state of New free coinage would give the poorer has no e<: aal. Will say, anyone who Commenting upon this declaration orphans of onr fallen brothers-in-arms;

York the following resolutions were in the cares tot P. P. P. will I The Journal of Commerce and Com
classes some of the wealth now y not be disappointed the care.of the graves of onr] known

adopted: hands of the rich that the farmers and I al its result; and I, therefore mercial Bulletin of 11..27 rite: "Will .. and unknown dead buried at Gettysburg -
BMOlred, That tkii amorUtlon prtacnttm cheerfully recommend it. the planters and the politicians of BUND LABOR LEADERS.
sections of the
the 10...-... of L700.000 depoeltor, with ifposit workers some country ARTHUR WOOD. Georgia persist in their demand for free Fort Warren, Camps Morton,

afftroffttiiif over I7UO.OOQ.OOUU! solemnly have favored the 16 to 1 schema Springfield, Mo.Crysfpelas coinage after thin impressive protest Fab Guide Who Seek to Mislead Work- Chase, Douglass, Oakland Cemeteryat

the protect roW agtluft standard any D.wext.Ungut and all ejtorta the to change The shallowness of the pretense that and Scrofula cured by P. and warning addressed to them by their I in ginon.Messrs. Chicago, Johnson's Island, Cairo

currency the silver standard would the P. P., Lippman's Great bankers We fear but I J. R. Sovereign Samuel
of the eocuitrT and affirm lt. eoortctlon hat help poor Remedy, surelyandwithogt own ? they will and at all other points; to tee that theyare
any departure f rocp tbM standard will not only as against the rich can be seen by considering fail. the immense majority the financialmen Gompera, K V. Deb. P. M. Arthur,

Impair the prosperity the laboring.m.-... the results which its advocates SrxrsGnxLD: Mo. of Georgia ought to be able to de- John McBride and several other officials annually decorated, the headstones
but that the only clanae or Individual to be G/EXTLEvinr/ : ; Last June 1 had a I and
preserved completelists
benefited vronld be tho capitalist and foreign claim would follow its adoption. Theyinsist scrofulous sore feat the politicians if they cannot deter of labor organizations have united in protected,

Investor, who would be quick to tak. advantage that by measuring values in dol. It ,grew whichbrokeontonmyankle. rapidly 1 and soon extended them." an address to tho workingmen of the of names of our dead heroes, with

of the riM and ultimate fall in price lars worth half of a gold dollar the frcm my fenkle to my knee. I "This declaration" says the same United States, In which they declare the location of their last resting places,

or Beeolved.*to follow That a pteminm in our Judcment oa gold. the tntnr.prcperSy value of all the wealth in the country: got one bottle of your P. P. P., Lipp- paper, "is evidence enough of what vre their belie? in the free coinage of silver furnished to their friends and relatives

of the country and the welfare of would be exactly doubled. This is an man's Great Remedy, and was agreeably have'so often said, that the silver ques at 16 to 1, and urge the election of a through the medium of our camps,

the people demand not only that the gold error arising out of the silvprite confusion surprised at the result The entire tion is not sectional; the commercial congress which will overthrow our pres-

standard shall be maintained. but the cur- of value with price. Prices would sore healeU at once. I think I have classes of the west and south are generally ent financial system and establish one thus rescuing their names from oblivion >> .

gene and remodeled system now sa to in IIMet oat nhall and adapt be eo It changed to the doubtless be doubled as compared with taken almost for scrofula every medicine recommended sound on it; the issue is one between based on the cheaper metal This at- and handing them down in history;

Inert aci&c need*of commerce and equal in ae- the 60 cent dollar but the value of all I' P.: P. Is the and best catarrh I have, and the commercial classes who know I tempt to commit organized labor to the to participate in laying the cornerstone ,

rarity and credit with tb. best in circulation kinds of goods would not be increasedin your It Cannot be recommended evertried too: something of the operations of monetarylegislation cause of silverism is justified on the of the Jefferson Davis monmentat
by of the dTtHed nation of the earth.
any the slightest degree. Does any farmer highly tot blood poison, etc. and the farmers of the non-'I i ground that the gold standard causes Richmond Va.; the consideration

Every dollar in these savings banks think that his implements or his furniture Yours very commercial states who do not know, I distress widespread Buffering and unhappiness -

is worth 100 cents in gold and represent would really be worth more to himif W. P. HUNTER.trull' and the politicians who do not even care:' Among those who create thewealth of the different movements, plans and .

labor measured in gold. Free coinage at their nominal price was doubled L so long as they can raise an excitementby of the country.: means to complete {he monument to the

--i tfV 1 "n tiWvdah-ihese dollars to about But even if prices were doubled how P. P. P. urea all blood and skin disease means of which some of them can be I There has been a disposition on the memory of Jefferson Davis, Fiesident

60 cents. Instead of getting back f 700- both Jn men and women. elected to office." of most Americans to regard labor States of America
would that help the people who are poor? Rheumatism,which makes man'sUiea part of the Confederate ,

000,000 them 1,700,000 depositors The man who now has 1000.000 worthof hell upon earth,can be relieved at Continuing it says "that act of the organizations as beneficial to their memo i and to aid in building monuments to
would get back $350.000,000 in dollarsof free silver talk is due to an inability to'' here not so much on account possible
property would under free silver once by P. l\ P.,Lippman's Great Rem- I other great leaders, soldiers and sailorsof
present value. Perhaps they have have $2,ooo.000 worth. This would edy. It maJkea: a PERMANENT cure. understand the facts underlying the I increases in wages to be secured through

worked and raved for years to see one- benefit him 100 times as much, BO farM P. P. P. i* the great and only remedy question is illustrated by the protest of their agency, but as educational Institutions -' the South: and as there is no.reliefor

half of their earnings wiped oat by the prices are concerned as the man for advanced cases of catarrh. Stop ';The :Memphis Commercial Appeal that ; tHrou h which the workers might aid for our veterans and theIr families 'w

destructive free silver tornado-mon with $10,000 and 1,000 times as muchas treathlng* nostrils and difficulty in 'the idea that the silver men would expel j get a better understanding of matters outside of ourselees and our own
awful than all of the tornadoes and Jwhen lying down P": P. P. I
) gold from use as is entirelygratuitous affecting their Interests. Judging bytheir for "
the man with only 1000. The men relieves at/once. money I I resources, to perfect a plan a mutual
earthquakes that have visited this country who now have nothing would under free inasumch as such has never attitude on the silver question, the association to
P. P. P. cures blood poisoning In all aid and benevolent ; I
since Oolutabus discovered it
coinage have exactly twice nothing. The its various old been their intention or desire' Thej_M..t r.1 benefits of the principal
>tages, ulcers sores and in the constitution I
The free silver cyclone will not strike make changes:
gap between the poor man and the mil kidney complaints.IJPPMAN Commercial Appeal is quite unable to b liayeRbeenverylimited.The .
us unless we invite it to come our way.In undeoland-howr gold would be I : = "labor and by-laws as experience! malsuggeat., ,
lionaire would be just u great as it is expelled j h -I eo -"'" of interest
fact the 4,875,000 depositorswho now. The laborer, who has no goods to ;014 117 alt dr.gata.B __ unless a law were passed to that effect I,I 1 greet\ is merely are ago and other matters oT general* now admitted /
have $1,600,000,000 in the 1,017'savings I sell, would find that the prices'> of all his g 03., Apothecaries, Sole Prep..... "It is immaterial what the silvertoen \I of tlke. delusions and fallacies which o at 1 taSiP np" one ,
banks of this have it in 833 with apphcaUonb\2jtor ; ,
country: food and clothing were twice as high. IJpgp.a' BlockS.e..h,0.. Intend or.desire if they succeed in set the cheap 'money advocates have been FoUowTU list_
their power to prevent the invitation. I j while any increase of wages would come ting in( motion the forces that would in. 'repeating for years In itself it is only I hundred more. ia 01

They have but to vote solidly againstany I' slowly if at all In compelling the \ evitaMy end"the monetary use of goldin worthy of notice because the official position Scamps Texas by 217.States; Alabama: 87, South Carolina
and candidate that I
party any sup i masses to pay higher prices for all they this country. '!'he- 1 paper has a complete of the men issuing it may lead 71, Mfssourl{ 69, Mississippi 60,
the free silver robber scheme and
ports consumeWltliO" doubling the price of AN ORDINANCE net of financial opinions which it some misguided workingmen into voting Georgia 54, Louisiana 51, Arkansas CO, e

their savings will be spared. They' eauNSiI1' I the property of the wealthy dames free i does not hesitate to Insist on against the for free coinage candidates. i i Kentucky 37, Florida 30, Tennessee
obtain the s1.tt.anceofthe 1 160000
stockholders a who have ,- silver would make the rich richer and Entitled "An Ordinance Prohibiting .'adverse judgment of all financial authorities Among 6thef unfounded assertions in 29, Virginia 27, North Carolina 24, Indian -
$450 000,000
the poor poorer. Persons from connecting their Premises : here and abroad and yet it has which the address abounds is the claim Territory 9, Maryland 6, Ockla-
invested in the and loan
of 6,000 building i Free coinage as a scheme for enrich. with, 'or Draining into, any City so little acquaintance with either the that the country is now suffering from t homa 5, New Mexico 3,Illinois 2,Mon-
associations this i
country. i ing the owners of -a few silver mines Drain or Ditch, in the Streets of the theory or the history of money that it currency contraction caused by the alleged tana 2, West Virginia 1, Indiana 1 ,
Let the 8 000
,000 or 10,000,000 who and getting offices for calamity howling City of Palatka, without Permit in does not even understand what is meant demonetization of silver in 1873 Califonla 1, District of Uolumbla 1.

have savings in one form or another, I politicians may be a great lUooe &. Asa Writing previously obtained from b1': the statement that free silver would and that this contraction has thrown GEO. MOORMAN

clearly understand what 16 to 1 means I means of abolishing the differences the City Council of said City; and drive gold out of monetary use. Of hundreds of thousands of operatives out Adjutant General and Chu-f of Staff.
to them and the is with the
jig up cheap I between the poor sod the wealthy classes also requiring all Persons who have course it never heard of Gresham of work and has forced wages down. To

dollar agitation. The 6,000,000 or : it is a monumental fraud. heretofore' connected their Premises this it need only be replied that whereas AIJ OrngXlBta eaR Dr.Mlfcrf Nun PUstMS.
holders of life Insurance ...
6,000,000 policies with, or drained into, any City A ?able For Farmer. we bad less than $80,000.000 of iiI.vel' -

al.o have much at stake.They have A Speelmm.Argument. Ditch or Drain in the Streets of the A Tiller of the Soil having occasion to money and less than $100,000,000 J. T. & K. W. Trains.

paid their premiums in gold and are entitled The following is one of Judge Crisp's City of Palatka, to discontinue the bring Water a long distance from a of gold in 1873, we now have$836,000.-

to have their policies paid in gold. favorite illustrations of the horrors of tame." Spring used for that purpose a Two-inch I 000 in silver and over $600,000,000 in
All such Investors should study this silver Be it ordained' by the City Councilof ,
the gold standard: Iron Pipe which for many years sup- gold. With men who call that great increase
question and learn on which side "Suppose that you had been owing the City cf Palatka: and it hereby plied all the needs of his household and "contraction" it would be us.. copra SOUTH.

their interests lie before it is too late debt of $100 for five years. Tom could is ordained by authority of the same, barnyard One day an agent for a Rocky less' to argue. Train arrives Palatka 10:45 a. m.;

to save themselves. If they can see no have satisfied that debt five years ago as follows: :Mountain Iron Foundry came along and As a remedy for law prices and hard leaves 10:50 a. m. daily.
moral should not SECTION 1. That
why vote
reason with two bales of cotton. Today It will no person or per- urged the farmer to throw the times American workingmen are told
Falatka 11:25
for. fraudulent change of standards ofvalue sons shall connect their premises with, Train 21 arrives p. m.
require three bales of cotton to cancel Pipe which had proved so satisfactoryand by them "leaders" that a 10 to 1 law
they can see selfish rea- or dram the same into, any city ditchor leaves 11.30 .
perhaps a p. m. daily.GoINo
the same debt The reason is the supply buy one 80 inches in diameter. "I would greatly increase the volume of
--- ion that will cause them to vote for drain, covered or uncovered, in the
honest W.. IL of money has been reduced and the demand streets of tbq City of Palatka without perceive," be said "that your Present money and bring higher wages and pros NORTH. "

monf1'-D. has correspondingly increased." permit in writing first obtained so todo Pipe is entirely too narrow for the perity. Neither assertion is true. Free Train 32 arrives Falatka 5:00 a. m.;

Tn+ Silver Fit. "There are several fallacies in this from the City Council of said City, amount of Water in the Spring. If you coinage would not give us more money, leaves 5.-05 a. m.

The financial humbugs who are tryingto .statement says the Atlanta .loum, which permit shall only be issued by will use our Big Pipe you will have nor would it raise wages. Mexico has Train 78 arrives Palatka.2 p. m.;

throw the country into a panic so "In the first place the supply of moneyhas order of said City Council, after due twice as much Water as you get now. free silver, and the volume of money is leaves 252 m. ,

not been reduced within the last five consideration pf an application in writIng "It is true replied the farmer, "thatmy less than $i per capita China another p.
that they can have a chance to try their
either in bulk is smaller than the but silver has $2.08 capita.India (:; Trains 21 and Sarry Pallms. .
patent silver pills in doses of 16 to 1 years, or per capita"But for permission to connect with, or Pipe Spring, country per
are much like the quack doctor if Judge Crisp's argument is drain into, said city ditch or cUain. as it now carries all the Water that tines with the silver standard has Sleepers. ...

+ who very was called in to see a sick man. good there must have been an immense I SEC. 2. Thajt any person or persons in the Spring I CAn't see how a bigger $3.33 per capita And in all these silver!

Not knowing what was the matter with increase in the currency last year, for having heretofore' connected with or Pipe would make more Water. The using countries wages,; are far lower and

while it would have required nearly I drained their premises into any city quantity of Water delivered through a the people far poorer than in the gold
the patient the doctor began to shout Save
four bales of cotton to pay a debt of $1 DO drain or ditch, covered or uncovered, Pipe depends a good deal on the rapidityof I standard United States If free coinage
and jump around the bed. When askedto
in J 1894 two balM and a quarter would ,shall, upon five days notice in writing, the circulation. If I were to tear up will raise wage, why ha it not done so'

explain his extraordinary behavior he have paid it in 1895. delivered to him, her or them, by the the Pipe I am using in order to put I where it has been in force for many I Paying
said: "Oh. I just want to scare him
"If Judge Crisp is ignorant on the I Chief of Police of said city, discontinue yours in, it would cost me a lot of years? j *"
into fits Then I can cure him for I'm
subject be is discussing he should inform I said connection or draining money for no purpose, and I would be There is no evidence that any censid- Doctors'
death fits.
on himself before he posesas a Democratic r uulll the perUit in writing, specified so much worse off. I guess I won't makea erable number of American workmenare j
The silverite quacks think if they can i in Section I, b* applied for and issuedto :Bills
leader. If he knows more than change. worrying because! their wages are
only bowl calamity loug and loud him her them.
his speeches indicate he should not try MoraL-The agents of the silver paid in dollars which have a high purchasing -
enough they can scare manufacturersand SEC. 3. The Chief of Police of the
to deceive the people f i mine owners are making a big mistake power. But if any of them BOTANIC 5
other business men into shutting City of Palatl a shall investigate and j
"When after and when to fool the farmers ino should be inclined to follow their blind B B
a politician study they try j
down and thus bring on hard times. report to the 2 ayor of said city, and 3 BLOOD BALM *
Then they fancy that the idle and discontented thought, changes from being a free coinage I breach or fai ure to obey this ordi- believing that the use of a bulkier metalto leaders into the swamp of financial disaster .
to a sound advocate he is values would double the and they have only to !
a measure bankruptcy
workers will rush to the agitators money nance, as one t the duties of his office. THE GREAT REMEDYFOR
turncoat and a traitor, but when to SEC. 4. Any or who quantity wealth to be meuur .- ask what is the condition the workers j ALL BtOOO AND SKIN DISEASES
threats of thecurrency person
whose debasing persons -
keep in the political srrim be changesfrom W. G. in silver standard countries com ...Mw+b..tby ...... br-
caused the badness depression, ,: shall neglect, fill or refuse to obey and as ....N,- ... M..rpl.r
sound money to free silver coinage follow the termk and requirements of pared with thaw of the United States?" .. naA ... ,ass q.w.r ...
and ask them for their great 60 cent Had a Tm t. of (IYu. ...-ca
\ 'God blew him I be is a statesman this ordinance,hall, upon conviction SCROFULA. UlCEXS. EcZt A,
dollar for financial fits. But
remedy and a patriot' say all the silventes." thereof be find. not exceeding one The St. Paul Globe (Dem.) has this EJeetroewtloa by r.. C.laa... RHEUr, CAURIH, OUFTIOttS,

they are mistaken The American people hundred dollar, or imprisonment In explanation of why South Dakota Democrats j .... ell _,mr *t .r.wo. BTtHDWO w4 V
de not want to Ixfmad ill merelyfor atr.ls. BOltS. h to k? hr UM kin *mt* tae f
The Ma t of th. w.n- the declared for sound : "They .. .
City Jail not exceeding sixty days, money alt tf bidA$.r v. d. PS. Ii Pr
the sake of trying som.cheap mom f :: :.:No .
y in the have had a foretaste of what silver b.Wa..a.i t+
It is difficult to understand how any discretion of the Mayor a
nostrum. They. have no confidence i considerable portion of the people can. Passed in open Council this 2d day buia IA. Out of the discontent with the I f SENT FREEwoan'it TCCRZL I t

the free silver doctors, and will give be so ignorant of the most vital question of Jane, A. D. J18WJ. lard conditions that attend the opening'i f I\. r 8LOOOBALMCa.Atlairta.es. '
them several' kind of fits early next No
DOW before them as to believe that S. J. KESXEKLY.President of a new state there was evolved a rule ,

vember. ____ _____ "free" coinage actually means that byscone City Council of Populism. It was pledged to free \ -- -
ATTEST: R. H. COOPER, coinage with other heretical ideas of "
Sound Messy Straw. mysterious legerdemain the peopleare E. C. KqL.. L"Y'6IGN
to get something for nothing. And City Clerk. state policy. The investors who had -
Charlotte Observer was turned
The it is that Approved June 3d, 1896. loaned the noney' with which the prair- J
yet undoubtedly true a large
over May 40forthe to the women sue of of Charlotte'Woman's N.Meck C., number of people who are following the HEO. E. GAY, Mayor. IN were subdued became alarmed. They A S/ //T TM Jt \

felt their securities unsafe in such OF-
Declaration of Independence free silver ignis fatuus do so because a -

lenburg The woman's auxiliary of their imagination has been captivatedby itate. They withdrew their loans and ,t 1r t ,
Editioi. ;
that magic word "free." The man. LINGWAH.laiiiy'refused new ones. The credit of the I
Men's Christian association I
the Young therefore who expects to receive a dol ; state went down. In less degree tbthappened I
credit I
with by The
Acquitted itself great Bic Coffee Pot !
which will
free lar. whether of gold or silver or paler universally oomeiihoald ,
declaration against
making a strcog must have some product of labor to give I this nation go to a silver basis. t
which it controlled nrst-GJa IIiosoIEIt1bNT
in tha f
coinage paper The their to the : Full and
in exchange and no financial system eperleooe"opened eyes r Gr.A Complete Line of
far one day 1 result of free coinage"ire. STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE
worthy of its own respect has ever and

Xt For Ifro .u........ claimed anything else Under free aoin)1 ST.,r.ALl.TL\, FLA.firstelass I flXWARE which must be sold.

t 1 It t work I Sheet and XM .. Will pay to inspect this stock, as I keen
11 silveritO believe that tree guaranteed.Work .
the free
the at bast an tIq rtvsieftf tttoasrt*- ,/labor People who have lived in Mexico My? nothing but the bestofevel thin.
to BOND for
oinat will at once advance pilot done on short notice oc4 Plumbing Tinninz and Gas
of with 1Mitu' Bd m>to'nau Ji UfcerjuV t Wit 11 vie adopt the free coinage of sU-i Fitting
silvtK bullion up to a par iIIdvrby ,. nweh .rer we unit prepare to do as most efl accented In the most approved style,
Dv to taste .lid ttMBf( cem- Having recently purchased the Latin
? .
G. and at low rlces.
are promptly
tat eaves free odnaf A vat ,, sMa (8a) dry of bam Lee, those holding ticket'lite< Marioaps' do-go without clothe. They are
dollar under Don't the
forget place Sign of the
11 &iald :\-A; %'- for dojMUktent them to I r.-.n e ritual ,
!- .te-Austin 8htetmaasr ,.. WA UlGtl I For cash. Big Coffee Pot. Lemon Street, between
.r second ass'ftkd.



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; tJ,1.: : ; THE. 7'i MES-H ERALD.JUNE 26. 1896 'f ,:

,.,. )..A'D _. ... ---
: .
-, rTELiKA XOTES. 1$ bl1Jrr.- gnuus\ of fiv.r equal in the markets ol Mr.. McEilatey.Istead4 Chareb

: I', I I : the world to 25 8-10 cold', is for cong CANTON, OHIO, Jane 21. Sunday

MM ipondeno.Tltue..acraUL ; D.CL t' s to put silver back on the list oi has .'
I !! 6TOlf, brought temporary peace and quiet
Mrs. Clark has to
Up gone ., 1882. moneys of the United States as it was
I to the citizens of Canton. Aside from
Jacksonvile for a term. We hope she CaL in 1873. I have lately made a report tctht
ngcIt'tI, the profuse decorations that greet the f
may return much benefitted. > house of representatives upon oar
It certainly U disheartening to a pa- Q sent us by eye on every hand, there has been no
Mrs. have In which I not only the :
Geo. Russell and daughter coinage; urge
..-*Jtlent to tend that the treatment he U : .bjrtyabli sign of the Of the
t stirring scenes past
.' disastrous to Fitzgerald Ga. where Mr. restoration of silver to its debt-paying
tt riven for a disease more gone I A' ,
.: the disease itself. Such is the but also the of metric week. It was bright and beautiful this
than Russell is eigaged in business.We I .. f' power, adoption
.,.'.- case, however, with the usual treatment learn of a great robbery out at : ; ottergof the coinage applicable alike to gold and morning when Governor McKinley and
,. for diseases of the blood.
w./ Notwithstanding given the great progress Pomona; for audacity it beats all I ( t ftps"was re- silver I will send you a copy of this in Mrs. General Russel Hastings, accompanied -

made in many branches of medicine, records.; The robber should be thrownin : to thank a few days when it comes from the by Captain Heistand, the .Majot's 4
the doctors have failed absolutely to + me Yours truly right hand man, drove to the First
find a successful treatment for bloodpoison a sewer and polished off. I of the press. ,
oy Methodist Church a
and the many diseases baring The river it fast filling up with hyacinths I ALE.L\NDm H. STEPHENS.GOODFOREVERYBODY. Episcopal: )
their origin lathe blood. They give and will stop navigation after a .. tb/attention some structure, two blocks from the

.but one kind of medicine, they know | -tiufking men public square. Governor McKinley, !.

... the bat form one of treatment powder,,pill and or whether liquid, the in time.We are glad to see friend Morris out States. The rea- thirty Tears ago, was superintendent'of .

j4aoctora prescription U always thesamepotash again after a severe sick spell. Friend been deprec: the Sunday school of this church, while
I SiMMONS his school teacher in
or mercury. is take his place andI ?$ is that wife was Sunday
Bryant trjing'to c intry .
said of the harmful
Too much cannot be ,
the First Church two
and 41a.utrou.effeetaof these drugs. hope will not succeed cn the sick litt. | struck silver -
The doctors'are unable to rid the !' I blocks west, in which they were mar.
system People who read northern papers: In 'of the United
of the poison, and direct their ried twecty- Te yean ago.
the early sixties will readily remember tlitt this act of
efforts toward covering up the symptoms
The church crowded and Governor
was -
e from view. There is but one ef- they were full of army matters, and !
.feet to" be obtained from potash and nearly every paper had on its head i values in this McHnlet's fellow-church members
tnercury-they bottle up the poisons I gave him a warmt>greeting. Fifty
lines the well known words ,"ON TO great error and
and dry it up In the system, but it newspaper reporters were present The
',.ast be remembered that they.dry up RICHMOND," and If the young genera. 'J mischief in :
the marrow in the boacsf the same_ lion ince grown will look over the old : pastor, E. I' Edmunds chose for his

p m aallz: :p suming'tke j 1 text, "Make your calling and election
: I files .they will learn how war matters I and the pain
,- : Ttuseraisngorlng copper-colored for if do these shall
r sore; ye things, ye
splotches are but indications of worse I' stood during those years. The "on to dAY recognized I and everyone needs it at M tr.e1)1 tht: fail".

-results to follow. No sooner has the 'I Richmond" was :finally accomplished ic system of year. Malaria i* always :.tr! !'i'. never
the full effects of this Dr. Edmunds made his
taken sermon
on per-
system :
.' that suppleness I by the Federal army, but many reached tley recognized only preventive and relief is to kt l-: '
powerful drugthan I that ahead of Gen. Grant's gold at tbe '.' .,. sonally applicable, and he.referred, ia
'-and elasticity the joints gives way place way 3 Liver active. You must help the' i rr "
a stiffness, followed by the racking: I Ito army in an unexpected manner and by ; is of silver as and the best helper *the G'J FI, >nMONS ', ',:. a happy manner to the result of the

.pain of rheumatism. The form grad- numerous routes. Among others who in d. Under this LIVER REGULATOR, 1*e kin /. St. Loni%convention early last week.

# got there in that very undesirable, pre- tre were pros 9 Mr. C. Htarod, of Lsa: u,*.;. *v." :v In his sermon were these thoughts:
vious way, was your humble servant. six silver was depri says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR REQUIREMENTS FOR SURE ELECTION.

( i My particular case having an unusual ',power aa an broke a cue of Malarial Fever <.'" ((.r.- "We have jutt passed through a week

N I it interest ratio stated years' standing for nit, -..id.ban\ !
I sequel, thought might < whose significance none are disposed
s I some of your readers. At the great the world was one bottle did the bmirKv: t !siioii UM to underestimate. The highest attain

battle of Cbencellorsville, Va., foughton .1(it is useless to it when in need, and recoamcm it.." ment of free government was illustrated -
Be that 'i it. *'mvs L j .'. 1
May 1st, 2d and 3d, 1863, betweenthe di s change was sure yo get and the sacred privilege of Amer-
the RED Z on the package. A 1.1.1 1 i> ,
combined forces under General or by what un loan citizenship exercised in the choiceof
,;gr 1s. forget the word REGULATC !ft':., 4 !I.".
Hooker and General Lee, I was a ser- The true men and measures rep senlig a vast
geant in Co. F, 29th Regiment Ohio is to return to ._ ,. number of fellow-citizens.
only one, and 'lffY one wh- < 1
Volunteers, and caving bit off cart- ,' If the goy sure to be benefited. THE t'i'; ; : "As one of the first conditions of havIng ,

ridges during the fight to the numberof ;ts' ;btlo, re- ALL IN THE REHFOY. .Alf a. ." ',' a sure election, we must first announce a

60 or jlOO, and fired them without $ for the free Bit usness and Sick H-*'! ,- .,. our candidacy. No man wouldbe

hesitation whenever chance occurred 4M*6f gold and credited with political sagacity who-
caused hv a'Iu'' r'5n I ':tr

which waS more or less each day, ac- 30 )a 3rl i silver: J.II.i.L1Ilin: 4 t."r .: hopes for the.suffrages of his fellow-

cording ppportunity, fighting mostlyin : s of gold citizens In attaining office, yet allowedno

the vicinity of the Chancellor House. a ( return to PINE TAR SYRUP announcement beyond the unexpressed

About noon of the third day the troopsto flSfc markets of desire of his heart"

which I belonged were maintaining ; ( and debt-pav Quickly cures Coughs and Cotds. "A second requirement of a sure election '

their ground; along the plank road and real function of Peek's drug store, corner beyond and is to havea_ platform,, a.'ul.then

s held on; lying down, firing as the Con-, this equality Lemon streets stand upon it. It is' your privilege it ft

I1uI ))1I\ federates came at us, we were obligedto to I ratio stated NOTICE.At your necessity to be absolutely fear-

leave, and an order was given to I : less in this world of everything save
1fIf3\ \ \\3 iiine .J
.,. that effect I jumped into a rifle pit I of the United the meeting of the County Commissioners the disfavor of God. True courage

:+ and kept along down it, over the dead eat in gold or for Putnam County, held comes from right being and right doinir.
on June 3d, 180G, it was ordered that
''I and bounded, until reaching a well tandard value; the voting place in Election District Two other conditions of successful

.. worn path along the back of a small the taxpayers No. 19 be removed from its present Christian candidacy I group under one

sally bends, the bones ache while del branch, shot and hell klept constantly nt of the pub location at Putnam Hall, and located head.They are caution and enthusiasm.

crepitnde and helplessness admonishing us not to lilJT\ "'f much the list of at Grandin, in the vicinity of the
of the Tom Owing to his position as a candidate
tnrely take possession pnma'i I i Depot, in said Mention District No. 19,
a Under this treatment it ia but After little.. biftHuud Uon, ;u' j I $73. It was that in Putnam County. there; rests upon him a responsibility

atep from vigor anf health to only one m .:. > ay com- no i 3 values of the June 4, 180G. JOSEPH PRICE, of carefulness, which he is duty boundto
ot cratches. >fiffHVi'i' ''rJieClS'T'tnTritem
of omen falling of the half, pany.with me, and aov 7 soldiers. Sta'es. More _Clerk. regard. Men put forward as standard

and ," WI, low of finger nails, Supposing this branch lea i the Rap- :y of the world nearer* by all political parties recognize

and decay of the bone*-a condition pahannockjriver, we kept on. Finallyit I The whole NOTICE. this obligation, and, with studied care, a

most picture: horrible., for the This world ia today no overdrawn Is full of: tnrteJ square to the right and crossed JIIS2"t.I I 1873 was esti- The openinz and receiving of bids guard word and act, that their cause

e these hobbling mercurial wrecks. : the branch on a narrow corduroy Of these S4- for the Election Booths was deferred may not suffer. What on the part other

,Contagions Blood Poison the most bridge.* We crossed, and In a moment $3,500,000- by the Board of County Commissioners men would be inconsequential, from
horrible of all diseases, and has been at their meeting June 3d, 1896. to their
found ourselves in a small clearing IN numbers. The him would be startling and disastrous.
appropriately called the curse of man- meeting on July 2d, 1896, for the following
kind. Until the discovery of S. 8. S., and a "Halt, surrender! greeted : wnieh attended reason: That no model of the You bare yet in mind a party that at-

a it was incurable. It has always baffled QS. I looked and saw a Confederate were I Booth is prescribed by law-as to size, tributes its Presidential Waterloo to

the doctors, and it is in this and disease sergeant with a :squad of men about hous- etc., allowing each bidder now to present }line words untimely spokan" But
that the evils of mercury
his model with the bids.JOSEPH .
potash are most common, because ten rods away. At the same time came amounting to PRICE the doctor did not utter the words

these drugs are given in such large another demand, and on taking a look debt of the June 3, 1896. Clerk. Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion."

p doses in an effort to counteract the around saw the field lined with Confederate last nine years. _
poison. While(her succeed in bottling
up the poison in the system, it always I cavalry, some coming very coinage of silver

breaks forth again, attacking some near us. There was no alternative, : Gold and silver NowReady CURES ,

delicate and throat organ, filling, frequently them with the eating mouth and I was obliged to pitch my faithful : 'equality as

sores. 8. 8. S. is the only known cure I old Springfield over in the mud and TT of 16 to 1. This FOR
for this terrible disease. go up a prisoner of war. My captor J.. value of real I
It is the same in other diseases of Hall Co. F Fourth in the
was Seigeant W.jR. ant '.
the blood. Scrofula Eczema, of
Rheumatism, all are given the same Virginia Cavalry. We bad a little conversation greatly en- JunePlanting DISEASES

treatment by the physicians mercury I which was easily remem- the mining of

and potash, and the result.above set bered and I was soon slatted under In my view all ,
forth is always the same. I Th Id.*l ......, I..all dt.tean..f ..
We offer a remedy purely vegetable, guard to the rear, and six days after : can be produc th......... ... M_

powerful in its effect yet harmless in landed in Libby Priaon going on to of be coined alike. fine e55,sack M Ittarr bftf K.7 j
We have limited of budded
every way. For fifty years 8. 8. 8. Richmond the first foot route. : iu the vaults a supply (cry, In..-..... DJ........
by ; Orange Tree one old on sour
'has been curing blood diseases, from I CO.f App.tlt-,_t&.-
the moa violent to the mildest case, After a time In prison I was paroled, of it giv- and nfoliala stock,3.years. old (budded I. that taadard .f all*B..4ieta. .

alter all Other treatment failed. It is and safely returned to our lines. For certificates are I low) ... -
guarantee4parely vegetable and one should All our nursery stock having beenyanked t
some lime I have been anxious to find
thou.uar.. reward is offered for last winter, trees are now in a
proof Be contrary. It is a real my captor, but as each served two LI : I i the country; it i I thrifty condition. DR. KING'S .

t>ioe$ t. slly for real blood troubles,I years &f ler the capture and i(hirty-threc j world. In this Following varieties guaranteed true

and never fills to cufe Coataglons23ood .. jest; more half sped by, I thought U with the to name: ROYAL GERMETUERTaxuaad
Poison Scrofula,Eczema Jaffa
ll'h ; Majorca, ,
in ordi-
inatism. Cancer, or any other Rheu'l useless to try, but last January I put a In + liver Ruby Blood, Harts Late C&ttl.tt..t ta.fact.

of the blood. If you have a notice in .Confederate Veteran, in extending to St. Michal, Save,

ease, take a remedy which will not stating particulars, etc., and was soon of but we Med. Sweet, Tangerine* Mr L.T. ColH.r. Cotcloska.: MI.... art: "Myk 4
I injure you. Beware of mercury; don'tdo [ Sanford Med. llomasassa, .w.ls would act frosi tie.t t.hr..ry MBMS ..", .' l
violence to your system. Don't get rewarded by a letter from Mr. Hal! .which. ,is re. "'Mdr.: BIKSS rater.. and on tbl kit .Ih of -r
I'arson Brown Satsama, .
lower iM sU bast
bowel was a plans about s
bottled up! who lives in Richmond Virginia andis I I of the holder in and Grape-fruit. th.t tT.. mack pa's. My too4* ttl4a.(llcts4
Our books on blood and skin diseases JN bills which kldncjrs w rt ..rj ttilf o will be mailed free to ad. much pleased to find me. He hAS A limited number of the famous Pineapple tr t.i ty tb.Met phy.kli.., .>4 tkxy said 1<,HHv :/
0 dress., Swift Specific Co.,Atlanta any G a. sent me a fine cane made from White only promises Orange: at gl.00 entb. tat a short wt.:... I ia.. con*.a t4 MtofR I
I Bud-wood. T a1 Ger.strer ia three vc lts I could eat sytbisc. -
Oak from the battlefield of Malvern often issued in aa4 4. ;stock work at *v r. I C.mt1sw.itb
Can furnish bud wood of all the .,..__. and cam testify that I u asSt..y ,i
ITi, and jrntes most friendly Irtttcrs; !! to three ipove named varieties except pUieap- cw 4. sad that Cr..tvM 414 the work"
Welch had sewer run
E a
Dr. G. bas also sent me his photo, and I can : but under pIe and Tanrlerine at 73 cents per 100. sfLIt ales speedily ear.. ;

from his bundiL;on Front street to the readily recogmzt it,anti for some time I ; : me the certifi. $5.00 per 1000 prepaid r,.vvr.l'atareb sad Malaria., Rbe.r.tirr Hldsirv,

river and has made bevcral improve- he has been me to come to the : represent any. Order now and save time. acid dadd.rTreabiesD.bltt.ly .
nnnng No agents empl JVed. Write for a.d A.rv... Pr_traf!..,
ments in Ore rear of the TIMF8: -HERALD Richmond reunion on June 30th and [ | prices, etc. Address plesseat 1..11 I.to tasi.....MleiBs._M. II>a4 1._*. ,f

be his guest, and says what he has say more to you HAbTLNGS & WYLIE, sad bauds D> trwns ta>* tint
office this week. ... .
It *ar disease fcy r*
shall be mine so long as I will stay. ; that the present je5 Interlachen, Fla. .yl.a: I" ......
the ---- --
and of -
His wife also invites mine and we | t I I

1.000,000 People ''VearwJJoug1asSIioesI have decided to attend and see it all .t : solely from N"s.IIt,D"aI0...GSH.rtSAJUVIACTVIID

through. I am to be his prisoner again,' by act of con- : CHILLSMORGAN'S oat sr

I I IND$3 but under very different circumstancesand i I I ; declare of standard, as THE[ ATUNTA CHEMJCAL CO, ATUNTA, 6JU y

He he wants ;
restrictions.= sass ,
BEST wane rot**.riei BOOK.11019 rinvr
.1 to 23 I r
"Johnnies look
IN THE me to see. how the I .. ocRHrrvEK PILLS sadoznBIRCEacovouarCr.
ORLD. now, and it will take more than a very its purchasing : IMPROVED CHILL TONIC .

5.ao :- $3.00 loud rebel yell to paralyze me, for I : and instantly SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHCHS. I -- -- d
of It Is a true Chill Care In comt/natloa with
if not above
have heard it before now. I intend, par, Lirtr Tonic. Wbe properly taken it DeTer VBXI .'i''eels'IISOi' 9US.

S4. O L' $2.50 after returning, to say bow I was \ fans to Are the nost obll ....case of Chub
; of silver in I ad Fever. When others fail it will cmr. '
treated as "twice-time" prisoner, and I f I It pleasant to take and contain nothing to '
$3.50 $200 give incidents, etc. BCCKETE.: I : $ grains up to "j.,.the most delicate system. Babies uk tJ' 1
.. to the It easily. As a Tonic it to without aut eqmaLCvaraateed
equivalent \ )
by your dratgist.Price
$250 ,, 'I $1.15 The World's Fair it:.-> .. of 23 8-10 grains I ,SO cents per bottle.VOIGT .. \
of ''CJ-. -:*f, **1 irf: 'S7MtWiatPEFrS
showed no baklafx ... / ) at wrong to the I &: CO. Chattanooga Teaa. 'SHEHVsGOFJDid! : !
$2.25. Fur B3
j1 I
1 or so great /* ire- on whose lax- GUARANTEED BY ALL DRUJWF It act c. t ,fn' ..Td rai7 Co***wh a an
so p&re CUten Utt.: V rj-r r* n rrrata >M*eanbyyt. s
; Fo'Hen\\ dYDtIU debt; the I.ar.emt tvt-w. twolaitiO.. .
:. GIgTti. ; ; *
west w. i n.sglas stun .114 save rivesiI. calef power tu the Roya. ,I at the time I __ 5553.4 is< *-e ..ertssa., >' ., 1.m.. Nytltl.,
AU '" d i I.sea. r. i-r. r .U > Nt p_"
5.I ll..a t cENTB. 2
tM idva.c.a I. .rd NO either se -. *.-UMCXII.f
tb.. thn W + 'IL. E. receivi d them HAVE ,sad.t.! .
:::: arse V P iss. /ri : r '*eJ
.z pdw. TAR <<
W ether hat th. e htr PINE JQf Ns Ma direr/N u. ea. y
._.._ .... iw jomv
...... -at. that they rnmr as k.l..a s prle Dc.Vtet4TFC :
,.k. .. 'tu.w,w tent.s..a.e prie..ta.5.1 a I '. f> 5b1..pHftOI' ...... ?*I'&c"'! t ,11-1-: Y.. ta.lii4aAtw J
.s.D.s51.unsotaroMs 4s. Quickly curesPeek's C- ldlaa a States coin ......wwJ&. '""" ?PLEI BA JU. 1&Y'" 3t, :
_rF94! hi a.. .k
Caabo -V' ,_" CMI .
sto d val- .
drug standard r$1 .essz.erS. A.du. F'ud .
reaps 6HIaa w to ., ..
M. LOEB & 00. Lemon streets. to make tw..c. !- ';a -J,cs." {
to 'make illj ..... ..I
ti mI.sbn Dr '.: Sold by ACKEIUar4 STEWABT, 4t
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