The times-herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086614/00025
 Material Information
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: July 10, 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: UF00086614:00025
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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PATATK.l ,L"BriLYTrffiCBr. tabnshcdlR8 9.JCoDIIOUd.tedH.rl.i1S93. 10, 1896 4NO.. It.IT -

SIXTH ANNUAL REUNION I parasol, but they bad a mighty look to I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.(Go ,.Report ,

them. I heard a party say she was i.. ; ;

l1UST GO. I the employ of an aurist and an occt -


MOND, V-V. The souvenir peddler and the sroa': oVal Bakini

boy crying their warts were on every


It is the Last Month before AN IHTEBESTINO LiTTER FROM Opa The Confederate Museum is well Powder
"bt"CIEY" worth a trip this far to Ke. It is in !

E. the mansion occupied by the Confed- PIJBE
; and S. ABSOI.1JTEI.Y
TakingInventory, I believe a promise was made to fur. ::1,
erate President dunne the war. and is \

nish my letter in your issue of June a solid, imposing building. It would ,f -.

Bond's Mammoth Stock of 'D11Y 26th, and I can say I wish I bad not interest one for a week to go through i THE IRON HAND.J r lnctJL.\U No. I.

made it, for it is a job I do not fee all the rooms. I took a look at all the J In days of strife and party zeal, --
and the accoutrements cloth- I flow good to bave our country's weal HUDQt'ARTDIIJ4 OT FL''JUD.i
GOODS like trying. Ilowevei, I can do no bet- J In bands so strong, and grip so firm,
ing, etc.. of the great generals were GRAND ARxvoT THE KEBI m.ir,
ter than try. no abuse can weaken them.In .
from Jacksonville here there, and relics too numerous to ST. PXTEMBtmo, FLA,, Jiuy :i
The tide wasa
GROCERIES &c. mention.In times of discord like to these
pleasant cne, having a sight of day; It is with great atIIfaet.iOD, I announce -
With heresies as thick as bees-
the Florida the first
before reaching Columbia: S. C. The room thing When tariff laws would people rob, that lb* extreme low rate of

will be thrown oil the Market country about there seemed a good I saw was the uniform coat and the And silver cranks enthrone their God. one cent per calk, bv the shortest hoe,

one; but as a general thing hinds,were cantern worn by Captain Season has been, granted, from all points.. i ire
Fleming when killed at Cold Harbor When sections of the land are rife Florida attend
of poor quality. Some busy looking the 30th National
With threats of warfare to the knife
until June of ,
1864. He
cities and towns were passed, and the 3d. was a And wreckiess multitude declare Encampment G. A. R. at s. Paul September

scenery all along was fine-a nde Mrs. CUrk( Stephens, dt Welaka. The Our Government a cheat and snare. 1st to ,5th. 1896. This is the

flag ot the Marion Light Artillery, with best rate that baa
which no one can: regrtt. ever been obtained,
date October 12. 1861; a palmetto tree How good to know our country's helmIs and I rneftl all who
: 1ST DAY OF AUGUST. We were safely landed at my cap held band- |urge can to
by him of lro-
tor's house before dark on Saturday, growing; pair of cards used by :Mrs. That compromise with any ill make the trip. This rate u e=:ended

the 27th, and no brother could have W. T. Kirkpatrick to spin cloth for sol Will never move his giant will. to the publ c. Bo all who desire a,

received a warmer welcome. I easily diers; flag of St. Johns Grays, Co. G, cheap summer f'uuulon to the great

There are many Job Lots and recognized him as the Confederate Second Florida; muster! roll of Captain The man who braved the lion's den, Northwest' can avail themselves of it.

John W. Pearsons, Ocklawaha Hang Where wealthy interests merged their Let us leaveyFtorlda in a eolid G. A. i
soldier whose hands I fell into at the
ers flag of Independent. Florida Blues, men R. train. Two, hroogh Pullman ears
Remnants that will be sold Regardless Chancellorsville fight of thirty-three St.; Augustine, Co. G, Third Florida And losing sight of self and place, have been engaged one from Tamps
years ago. Several more of his troops Took contcience with him in the race.
I Infantry; Florida currency, from ?2 to : vlaPlantSjsteh to St: Pan, U viac
have been to and distinctly
see me, remember -
of Cost for Cash. the circumstance. l:20 bills; spinning wheel used (during Such lead..g-'boises' may condemn; August 29th. 7.40s m. also one front
Jacksonville to St. Pan via Plant
the Revolution and in the late war Expediency such folly shun- .
Many came in the day I did, and from Madison stars from coat of JohnW. But courage such as this deserved System, leaving at 7.00 p m. Th trip
Monday and Tuesday the city filled up; ; The nobler victory it conserved.A will be made in the shortest possible

Don't Miss the Sale. the crowd was simply immense; Confederate Pearson, Oth) Flonda Infantry; a time allowing 8 hoar, from 9 55 a.
cutlass! from Privateer Jeff Davis
victory in defeat !
you say
soldiers from every Southern m. to 6. p. m. In Chicago and arrivingat
I wrecked at St. Augustine Bar, and various Yes-sure as darkness follows day-
State, many in the same old war style For St Paul at 7.30 a. m. the 1st of
I swords and other relics. All the while men studied tariff sheets
__u of gray clothes and caps; others with They studied him who braved defeat September, where elf gatt headquarters

The latest from Chicago U that the Cheap Rates Over the Plant Sys fine uniforms and tbe bulk with citizens Museum contained was very Interesting have been engaged at 106 West!
clothes. and as years speed by will be Ana from this school of courage born 4th St opposite Riee Park in the
baa commenced with Bland tem.I I
balloting '
.1 he mask from l\Uh men was torn-
. more so. hotel cud business centre of the city
The and
of Missouri, in the lead beg to call jour attention to the low parade was a grand impos- I also visited the St. Johns Church, And nobler models now are asked Only two minutes from tbe Post Offioe.
round trip rates effective via the Plant lug one and well worth seeing Gen. Of those who seek the nation's task.
where the Patriot Palnck Henry made In circular tbe limit
a ,
Rev. N. J. Tilghman left for the Gordon and staff, Mrs. Jefferson Davie
System, to Milwaukee Wis., acoounLBapc.it4. his famous speech for liberty. The of time, which is expected to be thir-
nth! 1ft't M<"iday :afternoon on a business Union and about all the notables of the Con As seeds, through: loath, the harvest
Young People's pew which Jefferson Davis was seatedin bring, ty days'* date of sale cf tiefcot sal
( tnp. federacy were in the parade. The soldiers -
--...- America July IClh to 19th rate from St. Paul's Charch when the message And though the grave-immortals schedule from all points will be gives
of each carried the old
State torn
Jacksonville $30.36 roand trip. Tick. sing- Let Florida be well .
was banded him that General Lee's represented.L.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gamble who
sale 13-15 limit battle Sags under which they fought so So be who meets defeat, though; right
ell on July by deposit lines were broken is there, and has Y J its rats,
baTe been running the St. George Hotel ins with Joint AgeaU Limit will be well); and be it said to the honor of Shall triumph in to-morrow's tight. Dept. Commander
never been occupied since that day.I .
will lake their departure today for
Georgia, the battle flags of the Third further,
Norwalk, where they will remain several : extended August 6th. also bad to take in the spot where old And thus when .men had time for For regar.iinc
: and Ileri.toents of Infantry
To St. Louis, account National Peo Forty-second thought, rates, schedules and sleeping oar accommodations
will Boston Libby Prison stood, and had no difficulty
Thence to
days. they go ple's Party ConventpKi rate of ?iS.50! were the mot torn by shot and in the location. And rank and file true leaders sought, add re*s

Ya a. ... round trip, ticitrtgjffilr: 19th t*' !ht, I shell. Next was that of a North Caro- recognizing 'My They called the man of iron-grip R. L. TODD,
reception was about as cool as in 63, To voice their thought in leadership.
limited to 21&-k: hIM regiment. As soldiers from each Division Passenger Agent,
, It Mar Do as Much for Yon. return lrIflJuly for there is a large ice factory now on

,! Mr. Fred Miller, of Irvine, 111. The Plant System operate'cableDaily State passed by the air was blue with the spot. I easily located about where The ballot swept him into power Plart System, .Jacksonville, Fla.

writes thai he had a severe Kidney trains from),ack.ooTille; *.30 V. the old-lime( rebel yell from those on Hived and starved and "scratched," Right triumphed in glad victory's hour --

fonble for many fears, with severe m. and 7.00 p. m., to the qnjclwct and the march as well as the crowd on the And weapons, which once meant de- Master Clarepce Mver.C Pautks.

paint>, in his back and also that his blad- line walks. The enthusiasm was very great; mostly the latter. Then a tnp to the feat, I was among Tae la>'" annals! HI tl!,..
di T was affected. He tued many soc.r.N only running through sleeping cars famous "Belle Me," where I was Were passports to the highest seat.
to St. Louis and is several bout the many had the Stars and Stripes mixed Seaside Inn. >He M chaining !itu :: 'I 1 Kidney but without ,
cures, any asked to take a parole oath, and did
f J.-O.K! rt'"ult. About a lear RIO! he be- i quickest line to taukce via Chicago. with this Confederate flag; other had refuse. The looked And now men talk of term the thin, fellow, and more than VIH mother a't
not I
:.:.m the use (If Eleclrk- HitI'roaud Kindly give out this information at nothing but Confederate flags and some place quite And friend and foe the battle I wage, glad to have bim h .re.-I'aytona' $.1-
1'Uiid),1 relief at IHT. Ekr'tnc bitters with only Stars and Stripes. They were familiar, where we wallowed around in Yet he hold the helm to-day, j zette-News. .
your station to passengers m Hag inquiry tile sand in 1863 is blot Will e'en umuvitteu laws obey. .
'- ecpecialh( adapted to the cure of all now a grass r --- -- -- ---
three hours passing a given point.
to rates for above oceakfei
liidneyandLiver trouble-, and often as and iron works are still there, where .
(General Passes.ger
Joseph Richardson
_:: I nea alnx 8t instant relitf. Ole trial and as to the quickest and desirable There were probably 30,000 or 40,000 Hail to the Chief !with mind and soul; ,
shot and shell were made for the Con- Like bedy sba Agent of >the Florida East Coast
peel in mould
MI I.: pray our BUttmenl. PI ice ony! route. Direct connection are made at Confederates here. large }
.".t M, ('tilts! or large bottle at A-'kerman The corner-stone ;of the Jefferson federacy. He well the office may lay down, Railway, ban ten elected a Comnmsioner : -
... Stewart J Dnur !Store. Jacksonville from your station, both Davis monument was laid with great Hollywood Cemetery to a beautiful The people are the ones to mourn. of the Southern Cisderiror As!

---- going and returning, thus saving you place. Numbers of our Presidents are J. W. M.PALATKA sociation. The East toast Line loses
Ticket Xo. :,3o5? drew either the gun any inconvenience and loss of time. ceremony. FLA., JulY, 1896. first-class
juried there; also Jefferson Davis and i a enterprising and able rai-
When I attended the G. A. R. En-
or sewing machine at Bond's on the Very holy yonu, noted Confederate Generals. road manager. Mr. Richutisoo's mant
Fourth. It (is debired that the lucky 11. L. Todd, campment at Detroit I thought by thereat many for I J. S. Strickland of Grandin, was in ; friends will regret to see him leave.
is useless me to try to describe the
number of sleeveless arms and city Toesday.
of the Division
ticket at Passenger
owuer present same ; Agent
--.. legless pants that the Confederates what is to be seen in Richmond The If afflicted bcalp! diseases, hair
once and receive! the price.
were better marksmen than the Union city is a beautiful one; many fine L. K. Tucker, one of FruHland's falling out, Wi & baldness, d.

Lrxo WART Coma BALSAM bas no Children Cry for foklier ffbut I have now changed my parks and drives and imposing buildings most popular citizens, was in the city not .use 4U.eat! alcoholic prcparaabus -

CQQ& as a remedy for Coughs, Colds Pitcher's Castoria. opinion: for there were very many ; her people are generous and Tuesday.Mr. but aftrfji & airs Hair Renewer.
wide-awake. I bave sent Richmond
Influenza, Bronchitis and all disease Confeds minus those limbs.
here One papers to many and they can better seem and Mrs. A. L. Glass, of Gaines- The first tmil over the Florida Southern -
of bc Throat and Langs. Made ooly are telling: from 5 to.TD could lee them in Snots recountingthe account of the Sixth Annual
great ville, visited relatives in this city this since thij change of !gauge, wi.tlean
by II IL Boud & Co.. Baltimore, Md. cents apiece. :1 old war scenes bo far I have only Reunion of the Confederate troops week. this city I n tbe 12th in-t.
For sal* by Aekerinan & Stewart, Pa- than I can write.I I I
Judge R. 1[. Thompson and Mrs. II. seen five or MX ex-Union soldiers here.I .
hope to be in Florida in a few
larks LA
-.+-- L. Hart will I leave to-morrow (Satur have made the acquaintance of very days and will remember with pleasurethe !

Fine Summer Resort. day) for a visit to their old home in many through my captor, and every trip here. BCCKKTE.

Boston, Mara. one has given me a warm welcome, ()
C '-rJ'"j" DiienwThiK'Hrnlil OE E MOMENT'S TOU6HT
and I have had invitations to
At this season of the year when UM The Water Works Co has bad a
main laid from the foot of Short suet visit them. Every one of them are
inert'urv reaches for the hundredth
to the east line of Tecumteh street, a loyal, and 1 cannot see where one can When Baby.....sick,*..gas her Castoria. I
i potfh: one naturally longs for a vaca distance of 1,100 feet This fives the ohjeet to their parades and their reverence i
When she she for
wu a CbflJ, cried Castorl
ID a place that i i> cooler than this. city a double main. for the old flag which they once When she became Slias,the drag to CastorU. I

ton the information of my friends and upheld. Hunting and both kinds of When she bad Children! ,she garetbem the .cls.

public; I wi-b to say that one of1e flags were out by If thousands of I

most agreeable': reasonable and.alyac" yards, which looked very pretty.I .

: :!.,vi> summer resort i to! easily at Well Satisfied withflyer's walked down one of the principal Truss TflWSs
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ID-I on Anastatia Island, near bt. Au- streets one day to see what the crowdwas Summer Homes and Resorts. (

\ TIM ( h-eau Beach House Hair Vigor."Nearly doing, and stood in a good placefor The Southern Railway is the first of

too r'\! ('as Mann '. now under tbe an hoar and watched the jam. The our great railway systems to give information

kia:;eraent of ;.... t:' Bennett and his forty years ago after very tall, thin woman seemed to get to the public and to fix low excursion _

|!nniD!' wife, is one ot the neatest, some weeks of sickness, my hair around through the crowd quite rates for a summer: outing good r
turned 1 began usingAer'sHair
\\ eo! v and comfortable place I Vigor gray.and was so well satisfied easily with a sort of supreme look. The for return until October 81, by issuing Will Convince you that this i";thrTtr--:iou *.bou'l i tv...ir-Jfoat F4CtInmicd

fc ever had th. pleasure to vWt. with the results that I have very fat woman was there, too, mopping with usual promptness, its Summer Convenient and Comfortable. FornIUf, >! '. ,\ ).. imoniafsfcallon

\ house has been pat in excellent never tried any other kind of dress her face, which was very red, and Home and Resort Book.It C. J. CARRETT

|itiou and 1 a handsome pavilion ing. Itrequiresonly trying to be in good humor. The is handsome in design and artistic Druggist. ,

lOUt 40\(10 feat faun* the ocean basern un occasional application young man from the rural district was !. In every respect having thirty-two Cor. Lemon and Fourth StrootsIPalatka Fla.

added, where one may sit dreamy I of on hand with his best girl and bad a beautifully illustrated pages containing g7'N. B.- RFJI'.tT FIT GUARAXTF.r.D OR MOXf.Y RJFVXDED.

tndo'' nee and listen to 1 the weird music \ AYER'SHair great advantage over ordinary times, the most complete and conveniently 9

l'I! the ad sea waxes. 1 he table is first I for be could at any moment inmate I'I ranged information calculated to answer

i :asa and the purr, ('ear rain water, of Vigor! to keep hiA girl with the inspiring squeeze, 1 fully and satisfactorily every question We will Sell You a ;

which there n au abundant supply is j i my hair of good and both Ht'med'tterly innocent over ( likely to be propounded, such as routes

something rvher uncommou on theta *color, to remove it. He had a grand chance.I }I and diatanfcs, hotels and boardinghouses i iI

coast.. Ttu jiro-i-ictor' tries to please dandruff to heal was about to wander to other fields I names of }roprieton how to ,i[ PIANO or ORGAN I

:a\ud i is prompt and courteous. Th itdlJlUIIIO and prevent the when a com mot:on net far from me 'reach them, rates of board by day, :1 t
hair trout falling out. I never liesi- For less moficy than anyhow* in the Southern Nan-' WI: wH deliver
'; tev of hoard are 7 00 l per week and took place, and I discovered the cross week and month, etc.
I it at .
i late to recommend Avers medicines roar nearest railway depot or steaaaboat lauJ tir. wi// complete -
\ 'u'ess; for :ou::ir period.! lialliiugtiiJ hI m freuds.-Mrs..U. 1.ILuOIIT. eyed woman who carries au e.tctnc1 The ouiheni <,ffe' a ihoice of I outfit, and subject to trial in your own house, ac'i i ::1! u.,t j < rte Pv

nshinf are l'\l'\'d'nt. I'I .Avoca, N 4tr. plant just above her !ac.dr; she had a mountain and -ca-iii! !" rt'..-'>r':.... lhe surf i| satisfactory we will pay the! freight both ways. We have.

a Your* tru'\' para.ll and was a tetro. i>r:1 ea!
J-h\I.I'.C.: .t ,. '.. dip and twirl! she would $:'ick a parasol I!most delightful resorts on thetaotll'i! DHAM
.1''.'t U A. D 1--: ";. :. which have been rented or taken in c\ih. n:ton 1.1 W rtents..
no ;
AVER'SHair end into some maws ear and pene-t toast or the cool mountain brtt'ze.of i t
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I trace the d:uo. : then a* if in here : We IOI!to!! m.ke the Tenets *Q EfSy. T"' can t .
I S 'annanoa. Asheville, Lookout Mountain i haH u.n tritiect tdnjoin fwUcg tau 'i.ttay. SiI..s-.II t '.SIC"' fRlT pflCf

Children Cry fOI !I ;or\', that: .j liras Won >1 I I'\: ;!yen sftitt i j and others 2,5:<,JO feet abort! the yea i ,.". .

Vigor I U" t\\.: '!ti I .ma "Ut *'uu -I\ .'') -..omtunfftrtnnate 1 level.
Pitcher's Castoria.Mr. I Freyer & Bradley Music Co
t>< AtM 1." i::uc; I saw Foe c* |>> Pr p re>]by Dr.J.C. Ay.r *;Co..T.nrtn.lra.a ,
and lfr.. F. t W.ildnm: of \\ e'fca i i I two eyes hanging on the perasol l at I prominent coupon agent or send .'-cent 24

retard fum H :r".nl.'s... Take Ayers SarupuilU fat the Ctayteztsa. once: whether she toiaiiy blinded one stamp to W. D. ALLEN, : EWO Bay St.St., and JACXSUH/ILl I E, FLA.

"!.is morn in,. : or went: !hahtI, do not know. My I Florida Pas*. Agent I /

I I wife .tail! :: wa lItorua'1lcnl'! on the Jacksonville Fla.I' A1'LXrG1... t.... t.IISTrANOOGA.: TPNN





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A HORRIBLE CREME.or perous. The once poor man can pay his.

DDlONETIUnO YEARS. AGO.IEOX 2.200 debts declare with divIdends his old on stove.old rails Railroads and worn can DON'T STOP TOBACCO Florida Contra al! ana Peninsular Railroad Florda East

out rolling stock. The small boy can
I Alexander P. IIuIIf Atlanta is a
pick up rusty nails and old horseshoes

strong 16 to 1 man. lie does not believein enough to support his family. In fine, HOW TO CURE YOURSELF Short Line Between Florida and all Northern Coast

half way measures. The free coinage poverty and debt can 110 longer exist! WHILE USING IT. Points. H y.

of silver idea is too taro for hta. lie is Th.tobacco habit grows on a man

willing to see the sikeritb and to go Bucklen's Arnica Salve. until his nervous system is seriously EVERETT, SAYAHHiH, AUGUSTA SA., COLUMBIA! WAS STOH. 8ALTR ORE' TIME .r
rug iv KrrKcr J The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
them 100 points better. Here are his affectedimpalring healthcomfort and PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt. Rheum, happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe 13. 1896.
declaration,proposition, and argument: Everett, Macon,Atlanta Chattanooga. Nashville Louisville Cincinnati. Chicago.
Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, : a shock to the system as tobaccoto Krerett Blraincham.Molly Springs,Memphis,iitu.1Wck. Kansas CUyS u uis Chicago

Having been deeply] impressed, by the Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- an inveterate user becomes a stlmubant Sioux:City iOUTH BOUND.
River Junction Pensacola.Mobile,New Orleans Texas.Mexico,California and Pacific Cotst.
arguments of Judge crisp, Bryan,stew- ions,and positively cures Files or no tbs his system continuallycraves.

art,Jones, and other silver leaders, and pay required. It is guaranteed to give uBaoo Curon Is a scientific EFFECTIVE APRIL 19, 1896. SUTIOXS.t Naal soar Noise

especially grieved, shooed and horrified Perfect satisfaction,or money refunded euro for the tobacco habit, in all its ,, NEW YORK EXPRESS No. 33 Leave
price 25 cents box. For sale by awIA s Jacksonville 7.30 a- m. tviacksonvilk. 9ISa OSp ..,... -
by'the "awful crime of 1873" as to per I forms carefully compounded after the 5'm. ArSt. Angatine lose. 825p ..,. .. ...... .
Ackerman &; Stewart, druggists. formula of an eminent Berlin physician 4 v '- a. With Through Pullman Sleepers and Day Coaches Lv Si Asgn,Une 10363 ,.. ...
luridly depicted daily ifi the columns of I II 0 for Sarannah.Columbia. Washington Baltimore Lv its .
the Atlanta n and other Ril- I' who has used it In his private Philadelphia New York Boston,and all Ly E Yalatts..I. i0. .. ... ..
Constitulyn et. ,, : Eastern points
ver organs, I have clanged my views practice since 1972 without a failure.It A Connects for ferdandiaa. Return train No. :Palatka. ::::: :::: ::::
I Aad Ask TwarMlf the Following BaL MUk L purely vegetable and guaranteed 31 reaches Jacksonville at 4.30 p. m. Palatka:::: J 10=.. ..
on the question and am readyto I It
money QaMtkHU.If perfectly harmless.You can use all the < 4411 NEW YORK FAST MAIL No. 86- Leave .San listen... :::: ... ::::
maintain the propositions followingin : :Cop.. l' ::::::
you have been led by the plausible tob&ccoyou want while taking "&00. + "N, Jacksonville 6:50 p. m. San Mateo. 1 (. :: .......

joint debate or ttfwapaper contro- fallacies of the free coinage advocate I Curo." It will notify you when to stop, t v :DCarnes: or same points North and for Fernadina. Lv Ormond...... l2 58p .. .. ... ...... .. ..
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into favoring their scheme for t Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Daytona ... d7 .1 .
versy. stop we give written guarantee to cure 4 : 4 \ort, and Cincinnati Through Sleeper via Everett ::.Lvrorwrange: I :::: ...:::.: : ::: :::: .
I accept the arguments of the advocates moment your shouting for cheap silver permanently with three boxes F .y J and AtUnta-A"hevilla Route. Return No. Lv New Smyrna. .....1.... ... ....
dollars and ask yourself these questions r any case L' K a ? s 0 35 arrive Jacksonville 19.25 a.m. .. Oat JlUI ..... lisp....... ..... .. .
of silver and with their
agree or refund the with 10 r .

remedy does not go far far as it enough.goes., However Let us have, it providing L If this for country the free should and enact unlimited a law stitote e"lnt.luterest but a,scientific'Ba.co-Cure'money cure Is that not a cures sub per' 0 Qy r 0 a e oocjrmT On.r:' LTJtB or MDOLM TaaOCSH ru>Eu THE>*..BBACTIFCI KXSACOLA BILL AXDuCAXBia .; .. ...; : ; : \..

coinage of silver at 16 to 1, would not ca ,,...a'r Bar Lea fi Jacksonville 9M a. m. : 1.011! ;!:!:.. ; .!.;; r .
plenty of remidy-in fact, enough to our |600,000,000 of gold be driven oat without tbe aid of will power and withno OP s { By No. :daily, for Lake City, Lire Oak Msdl- ... .. .

make debt and poverty things of the of circulation? inconvenience. It leaves the systemas a.-. c son, HODU ello. Tallahassee Elver Junction .. ....
past-relics of the dark I am.in 2. Would not the withdrawal of that pure and free from nicotine as the r s I t 0 o x' 4 Pensacola Mobile, .. .. .... .... ? .
ages. ..
ForU'teroe.. S 06p ..... .... .. UCla .. .
great amount of money from business day took first chew or smoke. New Orleans: Eden, .
favor of the free and unlimited coinageof you your & u 32p 1
channels oauso financial panic through :: Jensen :::::: :3i' ::::: :::: :: : : ::::
pig corn at a ratio of 16 to 1 witn Cued by>> Baoo-Cnr and Gained Thirty 't r N and the Southwest, Mexico. California and the .. Nurt .. .... ...'\p.-. ..... ..a1a .... .
the inability of debtors to meet their d 1 Pastas coast. Carries Sleeper. Arrives Jack .. Alicia........ .55rp ..... ...... ... .. .
gold by the United States alone independently and desire Pvandi. a 5. aenvtile T.30 a.a I .. Jlobe ....
obligations the natural of all Sound. 117p. .. ..... .. .

of all nations, and can prove creditors to protect themselves against From hundreds teetmonials, the JtiF or tf" tt:4"i Leave Jacksonville 9.55 a. m. :: WJopiter'.:.7aq0 06p .:::: :::::: :.San ...

bythe best authority obtainable that being paid in depreciated currency originals of which are on file and opento FLORIDA CENTRAL 'F For Btarke, Hawthorne, Silver Springs, Ocala .. IJDtoa. .. .. s .... ....... .
8. In of another and tr L'g Gainesville Uedar Key Wildwood: Leesbnr, .. Ft.Laud'rd'le C 33p: ..... ...... 11 Up .... .
such a policy on the part of the United case currency panic inspection, the following Is present Tavares,pooka,Orlando Lacoochee Dade City .. Lemon Clt)'.. .... ...3 ..
like that of 1893. during which hundreds ed. PENIASUTAR R.R. Plant CitT.Tanjpa. ArdveJackionvtlie3.43p.mand Ai. Mbmt... ......is 3t'p .. .. ...... S gyp ..
States will "raise prices", "put plenty of banks failed thoonandj of factories Conntctlons. --'

r>f money in circulation. and give the closed down and tens cf thousandsof Eureka Chemical and Manufacturing ""' "'' >u y5 CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA THOUGH NORTH BOUND.
La Crosse Wisconsin. ht4fr o no Cincinnati
Company, PULLMAN SLEEPER. Sleeper
"honest debter a chance to pay his business men were forced into In
.-Gentleman: For forty I arrives Jackson villa 8.35 a.m. I I
debts", thereby making the whole solvencywould not the farmers and years STATIONS No.SO.3ZNo208
workingmen suffer then as they did used tobacco in all its forms. For Holly SpringfRoute-ST LOUIS, KANSAS Leave Jaeksonvl'e 6.50 D- m.
country prosperous. TMacon.AttantsChattanooga. LY 1\Iiall1 ...... 6'aa ::=ion .... -
three agof r twenty five years of that time I was a CITY, CHICAGO. .
Now yean .Lemon City S10.53 ..... ...
first be
in the place, it may 4. Would the slight advantage of beIng 1 great sufferer from generl debility and Leave Jackson vUle 6.VI p.m.,via Macon Atlanta Connects for Nashville Louisville ChI- ..n.L'd'rda1 661a...... t ...........
urged by some "who do not understand able cheat ,Birmin bam. Holly Springs for Memphis earo and an points North and! West. No.' 33 ..UntoD.._.. .6baa ...... .: ..... I.. .
to creditors by paying heart disease. For fifteen years I triedto Springfield, Kansas City St. Louis Chicago. r PlmBeach ,30a ...... 11 .....,....
the subject of standards of value" thata them 50 cent dollars overbalance' the quit but couldn't. I took various Sinus city. No.23 return arrives Jacksonville wtttrn arrives, Jacksonville 8J3 a.m. .. PJ.iera.. ... ......._ .... .. Its....... .
8.3$a.m. W Jupiter S O1a ...... 12 .....1 i ..
free through idleness of workers
act for iron would not great
coinage remedies, among others "No-To Bac. Hoeeiciasa .
and inability of farmers to sell their I I' :.. :::: : ::::::.:. .: ::: :::1 : .
raise its price to a ratio of 16 to 1 with I "The Indian Tobacco Antidote", 4.15 P. m.-Local for E.: +rett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest rout Sturt..... ...... ..::.. .... .. : ..:

gold. To them I reply that "the stamp !I prodncta1I 6. If the purchasing power of the dol 'Double Chloride of Fold"*, etc., etc., 5.50 p. m.-Local for Tallahassee and.intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 933 p.m. :: Jensen.Eden..:::.:.. ::: :::::.j :3.:::: I I::

ot this government" and the "legal tender lar were cut in two as the silverites but none of them did me the least bit .. Fort rteree.. 9 40a.... .. 3 ... ..I
8-35 O-m-For Tampa and intermediate points. Pullman Sleepers. Arrive JacksonviUT Ludo I .. .
qualities" of the iron dollar would propose, how would that affect everyman of good. Finally, howeve, I purchaseda OS a.in. :: = atlan. :: 10'39 .::::::i:::. .. :::::!.

instantly make the bullion value ot who has a little money in the bank box of your "Baeo-Cnro and it ForMACoN and ATLANTA TWO TRAINS DA LV. Lea..lacboD. IeI.15a.m.&Dd'loo.p.m .. Ielbourne.. 1113a I.. ..... .... .
pig Steamer")LL. ATEE" from Tampa for Braldentown and Manatee River Points. '. 8arDo..... ..... ; .;...... ...
iron the same as the mint value. "For or loaned out at interest, or who has has entirely; cured me of the habit in .1. ,., .

who would part with an ounce of this been paying premiums on a fire or a life I all Its forms, and I have increased Farlor; Cars Pullman on Day Sleepers Trains Between 0 i all Night Jacksonville Trains.and Tampa. :: = :H'L; 12= ::::. :.:::..1. :::::: ::.:

metal for less than insurance policy? thirty_____. pound. in weight__ and am ra.lieved .. C1CtPOlnt..1200a ..... .. ..... .....
precious anything 6. Since the proopenty of the peopleof -- u --- -- -- SendlfortBest Indexedjlownship Map of Florida to .. TUlinUle... 125op .... ... '.. .
the mint value?" Stewart Jones and from all the numerous aches .. cak 11111 ... ... .......1. .: I..........
( one section of the country dependson S. PENNINQTOX. Tram. Manacer. A. O. MACDOXELL. Oen. P.... Act ..
1 and pains of body and mind. I could Sew smyru., lOOp .... '' ... .....
Bryan.) the conditions of industry and tradein Fort orange 2 22p .1.

Again, it may be urged that our all other parts what effect would a write a quire of paper upon my :: Ormond Daytona........ 245p 333p..:.:..: ...:::!::::::/:::- .

mints would be overcrowded with pig policy which would alarm investors and changed feelings and condition. PLANT SYSTEM. .. East Palatk 4 Sap .. .. ..I I" ...I .. .

cause the general withdrawal of capital Yours respectfully, P. II. M&rbury. Ar S Mateo.... :. : .
iron. I reply "that the price of pig iron 550p.: i_ _.
have on the welfare of the whole people? One of the results of the recent phosphate LySlateo.... lOOp .....,\.... .?..._ ,..
having been raised ?. As the
avowed of free
purpose Ar Palato.. = :::, .
excitement in this State was the 4259 lVLILES 450p .. .
a ratio of 16 to 1 with cold the world coinage is to double the price of every Lv I"aI&tka.. J 4 ClOp ...... .. ...
over no one would especially care to kind of products, and as any advance in discovery in numerous ]localities on the 'F' -
&r8t.&lIAUIt slop ...... :::::: .
carry it to the mints .since the mint prices must compel the people who buy peninsula of extensive deposits of excellent REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS LY Se.AUjtUl't.,1515p .,00a ..... .. I .

price could be obtained" anywhere in the things to pay more for their purchases, lime rock, the conversion of -IN- ArJackson'iie.l633p s.,.-.-...-.. .----.I..-.-. .

what advantage would that be to the which into lime has been undertakenin
open market". (Atlanta Constitution) Alabama Georgia South Carolina Trains 3t.32.J1aDd 18 bet.HG Jacksonville
70,000,000 American consumers who and 8t. Aagatine daily.
several places. Another result was
Next, it may be urged that gold and buy just as much as they sell Florida Cuba .and Nora Scotia. Train X&between Miami and Fort Pierce c1aU1'except
the ascertainment of the fact that ,
silver would go out of circulation. I 8. How would calling things bj different large Monday.
instance bodies cf clay existed that were capable Perfect All other train sooth of St. Augustine
reply, first, "This is a mere assumptionof name, for saying thata Passenger Service except Sunday daily

the tools of the money power which silver half dollar shall be a dollar, in o* being manufactured into bricks of
in the wealth of those fine quality.
they cannot verify" (Atlanta Oonstiiu crease any way A. W. BRANCH.No .
who now are poor?
tiijfn); secotid, "Suppose gold and silver 9. If the free silver leaders can only An Action In Abatement. .' STATIONS
do go out of circulation, is there promise benefit to come through the Every citizen of Palatka have, at a,No.iSpi DaI1except8auciar No. 2 XoIt <

not plenty of pig iron to take their place adoption of the silver standard without some time or other, expressed their admiration / IFaS Lv'. !!Smyrna... j5p f>30p
:sop lOMai Ar Lake Helen.....
showing how these promises can possiblybe 12 Sop 400p<<
and give Ute people plenty of money? of the noble bay horse of Ed. ,Up n it* .. Orange CUvArOraafe .... 12 opSIIp
(Bryan), and third "Such an fulfilled why should any sensibleman ?: OOp 1130k I City Lv 3Sp ;i 30p
aseua.ption take such a leap into the dark as BOJle's-hls dark mohogany color, his

mixer. the idea of tlreaiating me- to vote for a money system which has symmetrical build, his graceful move.ment I' Junction Trains beD daily except New Sunday.Smyrna and Orange City

dium and siaadard of wlue, that gold nothing to recommend it; but that it is I and lofty carriage has won him I

and silver would still be potential money used in Mexico, India and China? many friends. He has pulled without These Time Tables show the times at which

metals, though not m circulation,, the trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
murmur garbage: cart for four .
Free Coinage Fly Paper. years, from the several statirae. tat fief arrival or
and wotsld IflD>their help toward tai. I carrying away the refuse of the city, I departure the at tile times wted is not nuartnteedr .
t1di'a company hold Itself rennonsl) ic tor
and every one will applaud the action nor or aay etmseitaenoee arising tjetS
prosperity' I fr.ui
he took one day recently to abate the

Tb ew, agate, c, e urged again*: it1 I evils of his vocation. Loaded down Joseph. lllcliardson

the pig iron' standlat, B value that wages .: I with watermelon rinds, wornout crock- ,

would not ne a proportion t()I -=- ery, brokeu stoves and dead dogs, he GKSERAL PAMxson AOKVT.

The reoly is: V'ages would be -. ': :'::;' soliloquized thus: "For four long years 3 QIIEAT_EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE FLORIDA EuT GbAST RAILWAY
compelled to rise, since{no man wouldbe .__ _'
r=: 11 hue worked for my board and lodging PLANT SYSTEM.
fool enough to work for SI a day '
I have
t ; my own|dothing,
who could mate $1,000 >er day pickingpnces. THE FINEST: FISRING and BOATING IN THE WORLD I I
I except my shoes; I have never had a L. ]
up rutty nail and old hoes aDd Plant l-JiJ.1e EATON M. D.
day off; I have never entered a com- SteaII1.s11.ip _
them the. nubt
earning 10 coinage"
J plaint about the 1 treated
way am
pl ,
but this thing of driving me dowu

In addiuo it may be urged by the Lemon street in broad open day light Port Tampa, Kev West tnd Havana.

money; powr. by UM "Wall street with a load topped off with dead dogs FUY BLOCK, X-ALATKA. FTJL

ahar *"aud "ikult bI.I. '' One Elegant Ship Every Week between
ne jx:.L kl!'
'i i* a lULe: more than I can stand," and B* dbi-<-Corner Main and First St
that we cou1; DO: alone to.! estapigir.n for several minutes" there wa M shower
ba/ h, witnuu tn iuieiftfeiftnal arlemeet. -iI watermelon rinds od: htts. buckets om..HGUI-I to It a. m.. 1 to S p. m and,- 30
I L IB. 8ndys to I p a
..ro t-ucb d.tetar4 and ne 10 ley I Bla.Q/I' Jioorctr Not DUpntrd. dead dogs: etc scattered down Lemon U\ FLORIDA tn.\ mailed upon application. ..Heats freMadtManee can be treated through
e loail. Omceennenitattoo ...
street I fr ,
a limit to the Lower ut ,ie _Americ The Washington correspondent of the ... IJ. W RCNN.: Pas enaer Tramc Manner, Savannah, Ga. ?

people t-6 d5 what ib.r ;.feat.*, UlthopeD- j St Louis be-Democrat sends this Mr. Piant will begin at an early dateto ---- -- --._- -' ---..------

-cle aUy of ail 11:111..oe. I &tHardicc I their CIUI- good story to hM paper: build a magnificent 400 nom hotel Summer Law Lectures
I "Shortly before he went ont of congress SEED DEPARTMENT.
sad Lu k uf pauixiwu tack iu&hflrfaoM' I
five stories high, nth an electric light
Mr. Bland was a guest at a dinner UNIVERSITY OF VIROINtAniyl .
( Bryan). given to several Missouri members by I plant of its own, and all th- latent improvements -

The '.CI'...-L of duikoQLiixtuic fir: ex-Senator John B. Hendenon. i at Clearwater; Harbor I ceeiued. UdolW.eo -ep*. 4. 1896. For st den u anrt pray
1 cabbage ard Jdr ipuSeeds Just lth 1ear. For eata3ogue. address
Iron took puce about SJ200 ears ago, 'Bland' said General Uendenon, (P O.Curlo&t .nDe. wart)
-4w h.C.
when certain "roldolat: and "nl- some eastern people were discussing s'- -

vetius,"' Ia.ot'\t..r 10 Inlrea a tlk pur. you in my presence the other evening Prof."W.& who: -WE KEEP ALL KINDS OF-

chaftai powerof ,hdr ill tltten wealth They were wondering whether yon were : makes Epilepsy a, has wIthout Right in Sight
.iJ.RUG- i l\Il DICIN 1 S
honest in your profession whether you Ft doubt treated and cur. ., )<
Mfl'e01aad "''ike thievt* n. the night"tot really believed what you talked about I *d more cases than any Sure Saving Shown
| tiring Physician his Para Chemicals: Toat:: Articles and
the dMaonetitAtioo a<-* pasted re- free coinage. They wanted to know I success is astonishing. : Fancy I Well tend you our General Cata

peal_ the. good old ttooiuace act what I thought about it' of We so bare years'beard standing of cases oruMifcb:: CIlAMOia SKINS, En. PERFUMES. BAY liUM. I logv.e and Buyers Guide, if yoisend

of Lvcurf, "the fries of our ancea- 'What did you tell them IUokOO.Mr. cared by. Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our tock: comprises alt ofthe Popular cs 15 cents in stamps. Tha

itwrV dadies." "Today Cfe\oa is the only Bland. I I, him. n.publ1sbu& Odors. Faints Oils antI Varnishes l. Itrmhe. l' "I told them said General Hen ) valuablework keeps off idler
COmiUT Ot earth honest ,noc h to coin derson, 'that you believed all you said ,,Cured on It's a Dictionary of Honest Values;
iron, and there the hapi y laborer can about free coinage' i eue this,whie dis.!! Fun of Important information no

carry house the wages of lit honest toil 'I am much obliged to you.' said I he scads matter where you bay. 70 Pages,
Mr. Bland. with a DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN.SCYIE.DUI.E' Il. xx) illustrations: tBs of 4 barrow" Atlanta Constitution I Urge bottle articles
m a wheel ( and right price of each. One
*I told tb(>m,' General Henderson I I0I1 of Ills absolute core free to any sufferers
). | who may send their P O and Express address.We profit only between maker and nset
$ after a snouMBt's pause 'that ; advise; wt&h:na a care to address Get -t.
A ruinous fall m prices followed the yrt ..ere honest ut your silver proxesftaM ', troLW.U. .W..7.J>.. GcdarS41few York : MONTGOMERY" WARD & CO.

ileoMoetixaUon of iron and baa coati*)* because yen didn't-know any bet- I tlt-u6 Michigan Ave. ChJcaro.

lest for upward of 2,000 Tear I have 1 S. J. HILBURN. -OF THE- -
.4test''I don't know that I I
am so muoh .
entailed the
the 1 loom H
calcalatfid upon| -
obliged to STW, after till' said Mr. t ; !
honest people of this wor'1 \ \ hat l i Bland gad bumoreill>. ATTORNEY AT LAWPALATKA. IBeach & 'Miler Line..

ruthless act, but the blares are so enormous I

I fear a revolution will ensue if I Dr.WW P-1a Pllisstco*eada.bw FLU8IDA.ItauM II I

the people Kaiu how greatly they have Th. material for the IkOmea that are Olaw.over 014 NsUaasl Baal flag,epeMu Steamer Crescent.From I i

been..t. Ba farts art facto, and i Fu.s-O ee.AS .
I to co ui Itt Lotus i* arriving daily by i ......... to Ms car win recem Jacksonville a. m., Sundays, Tne fays and Tbnndayf. Cstrests and Trademarks obtained and a2 fttcatbosiaeiecooitBctedfor .
the ooH wato r:.:ui JL wrong i" to meet 1 I $
the Meami Courtney : atMMUoo.wuraeted. "%1 1 From Crescent City at 1:30 a. m. Mcm'a>., Wednesdays and SatordayB. OUlloFnce.oIITCU Ftta
It arelJ. "Thu 10"" i- cpl! .Iwh'i'wi.' I panlrToFnn
8q _
d and we C--\.1IeC.lJ' pawl time &UIa those
130,000.000,000,000, OW,000, 000.niKi'Coin's .1 I Excursion from Crescent City to Palatka and.'rc-; rcexKel Wasb.n-tea.. !
model .
of Send
The moat magnificent display elecfiC'U draw.M or phot, with descnp.ooo. ::
( Financial *;* boo)). HENRY STRUNZ. Ua adrae. if pst ever een at Live Oak occurred turn Every Friday. Our .a4 due ti,;: pa&atiaMaftd. $

In con of" UMOTI 11. n 1 wi'insini!; Jo that evirvthingthat the free : Sunday night.June 28.about Iti o'clock, j COUXSELLOH AT LAW, Steamer; P:1oQ.eer: : CCIat A Mra/L4v..t .... UI theHow.U. Co S.otQ sad wrag a Patens,o.e._._
coinage \\n!; ICIIC free. Addraa .ij
I torrents
wa accompanied by
; au FromTalatka at 2:30 m., foe Drajton Island and waylandiD/fs.
is claimed for silver and inimilcly PALATKA NATIONAL BAKK Bnt ixa, f p.
!I ra:n. Lightning strucl:uyn nv places, c.A.sow&coqTo
The : wu.:: je rich ana 'f. R. J. ADAMS Agent. .
more. peOle Successor to JMKTR SrArroao.
1"Ol&j|fortunately there was no casualities.d W Wharf foot of Lemon Street. OIr. Pnev OFFICe.w....... ... D.Cod

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new the Partners Are Being Dela.de4.byBo are many reasons for thinkingthat Cripple Cheap Me..v Assertions atnte4. With

Called -1"_ Papers.1. free silver is losing ground in Kansas { the Plala Truth-The Real Meaning car 1 ,
the Free. Coinage Craae-Sample StiverIt .
There time not long when Nebraska and 'other parts of the '
was a
ago The Iron grasp of scrofula baa noI Errors Eipoeed. ,
the hundreds of farm journals published west, where it has been strongest and I its victims This demonof II
mercy upon The tree coinage agitation is based on
throughout the country were devoted to where the people have devoted most the blood is often not satisfied with unfounded assertions' and misleading

matters connected with grain growing, time and thought to this question. 1! causing dreadful pore, but racks the theories. A brief comparison of the

stock raising, cotton planting, sheep Earnest study has convinced many farm- 1 body with the pains of rheumatism principal arguments for the silver' standard

breeding hog fattening, poultry keep- ers that the"crime of 1873" is a myth; !I until Hood's Sarsaparilla cures with the actual facts will show on I
and similar branches of '
our great that it does not pay to be dishonest; "Nearly four years ago I became tf- what a flimsy basis the silverite case
agricultural industries. But sine the I
that gold is better than silver; that bimetallism flitted with scrofula and rheumatism.Made rests: i
free silver craze has been pushed to the i I
is impossible and that there ILVZa THEORIES.: THB FACTS.
the tongued of
by prophets
The country Is snfTh treasury state- I
is but wind back of the delusive
prosperity through cheap and trashy ferine from a scarcity went of Jan. 1. 1ST ",
currency many of these journals have promises of silvertea. One of these practical of curt'eDq'.dae\othe shows that the total I

booome the organs of the men who farm everyday farmers who both thinks i demonetisation of sil- amount cf money laver
i in 1873. circulation is 11,521,
and talks for himself is Peter Jansenof
for .
the farmers political purpose, and 664.283. or 121.3
are filled with the cunning fallacies and Nebraska lIe is not the only one in Banning sores broke out on my thighs. capita. la 1373 the per per I

misrepresentations of the 16 to 1 schemers. his state, for he went to the St. Louis I Pieces of bone came out and an operationwas capita circulation was

convention as a delegate at large. He I contemplated. I had rheumatism in tlft.04. ; I

Prominent among the papers which was put on the committee on resolutions -,: my legs,drawn up out of shape. I lost appetite told The use standard of the single sine fallen Interest during has the steadily past 'I

ignorantly or intentionally are doing and here is what he said when he could not sleep. I was a perfect 1878 has made money 23 years and more I J

the work of the silver billionaires of announced his vote: I wreck. I continued to grow worse and scarce and dearer. money is now offered

the Rocky mountains, is Farm, Field "God hate cowards, and every hon finally gave up the doctor's treatment to for rates investment than ever at tower be

and Fireside of Chicago. That journal, est man does the same, and, therefore, I fore.

in a recent issue, devotes nearly five on behalf of the Republicans of the Free silver would Cndr a law making

pages to the silver question, and tries to great state of Nebraska I shall vote for Welltake brine prosperity by 80 cents worth of si -
the resolution which declares for the giving us a mnoh lay yer a legal tender
its farmer readers that free
persuade ger volume of correa equal to a gold dollar
coinage will make them richer. How itwill gold standard and says just what it I cy, thus enabling the overMAOOO.OUOof gold

do this the editor does not means. The time is past for the Republican nuuMes to get more would be driven out '
explain. party to straddle this qUe Hood's Sarssparilla. Soon appetitecame than under the present of circulation, thus Safety Comfort Quick Time Low Rates !
lie simply says it will, and expects his back; the sores commenced to heaL system. bringing about a real
We must meet the issue fairly tion.l
readers to swallow what he tells them. My limbs straightened out and I threwaway curreuccontraction..
The reliability of the statements of squarely like men.) I don't see Interest will be lowOn the contrary,
my crutches. I am now stout and Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer Between Jacksonville mad New York.The .
should be afraid to take the metal which er with cheap and de- with depreciating dolpreciating -
this be from
particular paper can judged of hearty and am farming, whereas four silver than Jars, a sufficient! Fleet is compered of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers .
has been the value :
its assertion that the free coinage of only measure years ago I was a cripple. I gladly, recommend with dear and appred- higher rate will besting '

silver at 16 to 1 would not mean silver since them United States begun to coin Hood's Barsaperilla. gold dollars. charged to cover the COMANCHE (new) ALGONQUIN IROQUOIS CHEROKEE SEM1NOLE.
HAMMOxn Table Grove Illinois. ,
while the from ,
monometallism, but would give us a bi. money even country probable loss in value

metallic standard. The claim of the which I am an exile, half civilized Russia from depreciation. A HITJI-JlOU.
This.is one of the reasons ,
sound money advocates that free coin is preparing to get on to a gold why interest today S teamen are appointed to sal according t4t the tide.

age would put the country on a silver basis and it would not at all become the HoQdSarsaparilla is higher in alive From JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(calling at Charlston) SU4.,1.Taesdays aw"Tkamiays.FromCHARLJSTON.8.C. .
most; enlightened nation on the globe to than In gold standard .. MowAVwtesAayeaM FrWayn.
basis is characterized "a lie and
as an countries Interest For boor of sailing,*ee"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and CkatieMoB daily papers
take a step backward and join Mexico,
insult to the intelligence of every producer :1: .. really the hire of capital MOFTII-1I01TX1).
and China. Gentlemen shall :
Japan we
in the land. o not of money and Steamer are appointed to Mil from Pier 29. East River New Tart. ass m., AS follows
Let us see. Instead of wasting time not gain a single electoral vote by refraining principal and interest ForCHARLESToN.H.C, Mftndny Wednesdays. aad Friday

in dinputes over what may be the resultof to declare for a gold standard, lithe One True Blood Purifier.AH druggists ft.Prepared returned should equal For JACKSONVILLE, FUU (calling at Charlestoi) Mondays.Wednesdays and Friday

free coinage of silver it is only neo- but we will lose the respect and creditof : only by C.L Hood ft Cc,Lowell Mass.S loaned In value plus the its capital hire.

wary to look at all the countries which the whole world, whose eyes are upon cure liver Ills. so Prices have fallen The decline in value

now have that system in full operation. this convention, by avoiding to say just Hood' Pills take,easy to operate fUr=eo because cf an increase of farm products has CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
what we mean. The people of Nebraskaare in the value of gold. been due to the tremendous
What do we find? Simply this, that every Increase la
in the world which has free anxious and willing to pay their
country action
prod cheapened
and unlimited coinage of silver at a debts but they are not ready to liqui- J. T. & K. W. Trains. transportation by rail For Sanford, Enterprise

fixed ratio, such as. Farm Field and date them with a 50 cent dollar. I and water, and the .
trust gentlemen, the resolution will be ,_ / opening np of new And Intermediate
Fireside wants for the United States, is 1 GOING SOUTH. sources of supply for Points on the St, Johns

on a silver basis, and has no gold in carried. meat grain cotton
circulation. This is one great fact Train 23 arrives Palatka 10:45; a. m.; etc., in India AnstraUs '
Before Stewart'* Blind Wandered. leaves 10:50 daily. Egypt and Booth Stean1.eJ.EJ"V"E I -LJAJE
against which yards of cheap money a. m. ,
Senator Stewart was once as rationalon America.
editorials or gales of 16 to 1 oratory can the money question as are most other Train 21 arrives Falatka 11:25 p. m.? The government can The value of gold
make No free silver make 10 of ell- and silver like that of
no impression. ounces
leaves 11.30
men. On Feb. 20 1874. he was, as he is p. m. daily. CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW.
country in the world, though some of 1'l'!' worth 1 Once of iron or tin, is reirulat-
Jet, a senator from Nevada, but his GOING NOBTII. gold by the free and ed bv the cost of pro-
them have times
as many peopleas mind had not begun to wander on silver unlimited coinage of duction and the do- Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura street at 5 p. m., TUESDAYS and
there are in the United States, is able Train 32 arrives Falatka 5:00 a. m.; both metals at that mand for them for all "
SATURDAYS for Palatka Sanford and Intermediate
and the "crime of 1873. He then said: Enterprise -
to maintain a bimetallic standard. Silver leaves 5.-05 a. m. ratio. purposes. Stamping
"By this process we shall come to a 8Ui grains of silver Landings on the St. Johns River.Leaves .
and silver alone, is the standard of specie bans, and when the laboringman Train 78 arrives Falalka.2:17: p. m.; "One Dollar" would Sanford 6 a. m. and Enterprise 5:30 a. m. MONDAYS and TIIURS
value and basis for This is
currency. not increase Its DAYS for Jacksonville.
receives a dollar it will have the leaves 252 p. m. commercial
not goldbug theory shark value.
teaching. It is pure unadulteratedtruth. i purchasing power of a dollar, and he GrTralD8 21 and 32 .arry Pullman Measuring the value An Increase In prices General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay Street Jacksonville,Fla.
will not be called upon to do what is of of all doe to the of
property use a
Sleepers. A. J. COLE, General Passenger Agent, I IF. M.IRONMONGERJa. .I'u.. ., IIH.
Impossible for him or the producing kinds in dollars worth cheaper metal as the 5 Bowling Green New York SM Went Bay& A&., Ha
Farm Field and Fireside says that classes to do figure npon the exchanges CO cents would double standard of value H. CLYDE,A.T. M. JNO.L.HOWARD, FU.Frt l&eklOn1'
"Silver monometallism would be almostas prices and make everywould not add 1 cent'sbody S Bowling Green, New York Ft. Mogul St ,JaekaenviHe, FU
bad as. gold monometallism." It figure upon the fluctuations, figure upon AN ORDINANCEEntitled twice. rtch.. worth to the wealth of D.D.C. MINK, O. F. A. J.A. LESLIE.Superintendent
the gambling in New York. But he they are now. the country. 12 So.Delaware car. Philadelphia Font lloeaa St., Jacksonville,FUTHJEO.
would be a great deal worse but it is will know what his money is worth. The debtors of the The creditor class G. BOER: ,T. M. 8 Bowline Green New York '

important to note that while pretendingto "An Ordinance I'rohibitine country are a large toeludea every man
Gold is the universal standard of the
condemn the policy which must inevitably world. Everybody knows what a dollarIn Persons from connecting their Premises number of people who and woman who has a WM. P. CLYDE & COT Gen. Agts.
and in debt dollar In bank
are poor a a
lead the silver
to basis that
'" > with, or Draining into, any City '
IM in fnlltt..nNObT
gold is wort! who would benebtpolicy an
-- 13 So. IXIawarw
jtvs Philadelphia llowllof Green New York
paper admits the unpopularity of silver Dram or Ditch, in the Streets of the ed ; law which company, a share in a

monometallism. Its farmer readers { City of Palatka without Permit in would allow them to building and loan as-

should insist on being told why the results Writing previously obtained from pay their creditors in soclation. or money

of free coinage would not be the the City Council of said City; and cheap money. bors.loaned The out debtors to neigh In-

name in this country as in all the other also requiring: all Persons who have dude the great rail- 1,000,000 People 'VearWLDou1asShoeS

nations of the earth which have tried it 'heretofore connected their Premises way banking Insurance CHILLSMORGAN'S !

1 1i 1t. with, or drained into, any City and other corporations. } I

Trying t. Hart Baal_... Ditch or Drain in the Streets of the II
Free silver would :Making goods coot
The silverites who are bowling about City of Palatka, to discontinue the double the price of all more would Inevitably

"hard times" and appealing for votes same." kinds of goods and lead to a falling off In HAND BEST

for free coinage on the ground that business I Be it ordained by the City Councilof thus encourage manna the demand for them, IMPROVED CHILL TONIC SEWED $3_ _._J IN THE

the City of Palatka, and it herebyis factnrers engage in as consumers are newproductiveindustrytn c JWORLD.
is dull are careful not to
any particulars as to the way in which ordained by authority of the same, I I hope of getting larthings erwnnngtobuymorethe merely becauseger It It a true Chill Care la combination RS. with $5.00; y $3.00

their scheme will Improve matters. This as follows: returns on their they are dearer. ..AIcapU.t. Liver Tonics. When properly taken It never
per-I manufacturing enterprises fails to cure the most obstinate caM of Cbllla
of of SECTION 1. That no or
neglect a very important part anew person depend on the and Ferer. Where other fall it will can.It $4.00 $2.50
policy can only be explained by the sons shall connect their premises with, sale of their product, I.pleasant: to take,and contains nothing ,,

absence of any facts which would sup or dram the same into, any city ditchor higher price which injure. the most delicate system. Babies takeIt 3.50
port the free silver theories. drain, covered or uncovered, in the checked consumption easily. As a Tonic It without an jaal. $2.00
streets of the City of Palatka, without would greatly injure Guaranteed by your drag-gist. I
What do these shouters I
money Price,50 cents per bottle. $2.50
expect, anyhow How could business be permit in writing first obtained so to Industry.The I VOIGT & $1.15
j agitation for The real strength of CO., Chattanooga, Teno.
do the Council of said
with lot of City City, free delusion I I
good a agitators stirring up I I coinage I amove- the silver U
the whole country with their threats of i I which permit shall ,only be issued by meat in behs'f of the in the union of crafty GUARANTEED BY ALL DRUCJ- $2.25\\ Far BIn
t. order of said City Council, after due common people and politicians who want "
upsetting the financial system on which !I consideration of an application in writ- &,,0ft1ma4 the V&nkv- nfft nee. with -.<-lv-, GISTS. ForMen'J=-.ll __8i YGias
business has been transacted for the last i "'!"' ; !! and gold monopolists mine o"; n;r. who molar w. IIH .Klaa shoes and sav. fraea
'. 1r.7'J.I. for permission to connect with or
ing, All
1'1fuE.EX ai.OO tm :1." a palrr htytrm aid
20 ? Are the of ; want the governmentto
years owners capital drain into Raid city ditch or diain. Width. Tt9stlrmne in Irathtr haslacfWMdlh*
likely to invest it in productive industry | give them higher Now rnee of other make!. but Ci. quality sad print of
RLEttc SEC. 2. That any person or persons prieee for their prod Ready >i". 1> eual.h- realm the .....
00 long as there is a danger that a freeiiITel' having heretofore connected with or ucts. The highest Interest v.tono.et"ut.m;IM Uat MOM end,rlelln to
'. .. Uiocii ,
wls." I J> ala .Mtf terM
confiscate one-half
congreas OFA drained their premises into any city of the masses
of it? Will sensible lend lies In the maintenance
any man moneyto drain or ditch, covered or uncovered,

start new enterpriser if there is the (OUNTYJUDGE I shall, upon five days notice in writing, system.Whidden of a stable. flnancial FOR LOEB & CO.LEMON '

slightest reason for thinking that he delivered to him, her or them, by the Graham.

will not get it all back? Is it any wonder I Chief of Police of said city, discon-

that there hould.be idle' men when The Honorable F. Grter one of the tinue said connection or draining Aa Effective Method of Work. : STKETT, PALATKA, FLA.
best known and most highly
investors are- afraid to part with the county Judges of the State of respected Florida j until the permit in writing$ specified In an attempt to stem the silver tide JunePlanting

money which should go to build mills writes of his horrible sufferings from I in Section 1, be applied for and issuedto in North Carolina several thousand

and factories and give the workers employment Inflammatory Eheumatism: him her or them. copies of an addrera to farmers signedby
? I SEC. 3. The Chief of Police of the
OtTICk OF P. GRCEK.Courrr JTOGE,i about 100 of the best known men of _
The silverites would hardly be surprised Green love Springs,Clay Co., Fla. ( City of Palatka shall investigate and the state, have been circulated. It
'J1fTLPf TWf'nt-tllrt'e I report to the Mayor of said city and pats
it after a lot of fireworks had years ago I ,
We have limited of fine budded
was attacked witfe inflammatory rheumatism I breach or failure to obey this ordinance strongly the injury that would be done supply -
been set off near horse the' frightened I wa attend physician I to the farmer through the industrial depression Orange: one year on sour
of the duties of his office.
in the land. I visited as one
animal should row should the crest Saratoga ,
run away. Springs, N. Y.,the noted Hot Springs of.Ar. SEC. 4. Any person or persons who that would inevitably result and tnfohata stock, 3 years old (budded
they find any reason for surprise if their aaaaas, and many other wstering from low)
places shall neglect, fail or refuse to obey and the triumph, or even the dangerof
\ always consalttnr with the localpi+ sicians for .
and financial
threats of repudiation a \ > All our stock been /
direction, and dally came to Florida, ten follow the tern. and requirements of triumph, of free silver. "Business nursery having:
i revolution should not scare the country years ago. About two years ago I bad a severe this ordinance 'hall, conviction men," it nays, "would refuse to buy, banked last winter, trees are now in a
attack of rheumatism upon 1 Y.s
into prosperity? was confined to sty thrifty condition. f r
room for tvtelve weeks, and during that time thereof be fined not exceeding one because of the uncertainty of being able
was mdncd to try F P. P., Lipptnsn's Great hundred dollars, or imprisonment in to sell again; factories would shut down Following varieties guaranteed true SEED AUALrf
Yeaeenela Doe With Sliver and Paper. Keened' kaowiaf that each ingredient I
? was to name: 1 9R. Fumful of .rlaaale
good for imparities the blood. After ate.kwr the City Jail not exceeding sixty days, and wage stop because merchants I
By a constitutional amendment, now two smalt bottles I was reliered. At font in the discretion of the Mayor. would not dare order goods which mightbe Majorca, Jaffa, eat w. ,r, F rrr 1 u+r+..
ratified Verezuela has moved' upward different times since I hare had slight attacks Ruby Blood Hart Late
Passed in Council this 2d day a u. rERar i
id hare taken two smalLttles open worth lea than they cost) in a few i ,
from the mITer to the gold standard of P. P'j..I'l Mars been rehered.arP I consider of June, A. D. 1896. months; laborers and mechanics, the I St. Michal, Xavel, Denea, Itw. -
The amendment reads: P. P. P. the best medicine of its kind.Respectfully. S. J. KD Med. Sweet, Tangerine,
chief consumers of food and clothes,
\ J. p.UREER. Sanford Med.
"Neither the the ,
legislative nor executive President City Council t
without would the
James M. Newton,of Aberdeen,Ohio, money to buy cause I'arsonlirown, Satsuma ,
nor any other power in the republic ATTEST: R. II. COOPER, I
demand for these articles, the raw
he bottle of P. P. P. at mv and .
bought a Grapefruit.A
for sags
thai1 in
any case or any motive City Clerk.
issue nor declare as Hot Springs. Arkansas, and It did htm Approved June 3d 1806. terials for which the farmers supply o limited number of the famous Pineapple Ft A. Gerber
paper money more good than three months1 treatment dwindle almost to nothing. Surely, with Orange at $1.00 each. ,
tender bank notes other ( E. GAY Mayor. :
legal any any Hot EO. ,
at Springs business at a standstill, factories closed Bud-wood.

value rep HOOted in paper nor shall RbeumatUm, as well as sciatica androut .operatives out of work the prospectfor Can furnish bud wood of all the
the coining of silver or nickel be ordered is cured by a course of P. P. P.
( the tiller of the soil would not be a above named varieties except pineapple -
without previous authorization of eonKTWW Lippiaan's Great Remedy. Funeral Director
LING WAH. happy one. and Tanderine at 75 cents per 100.
subject to the same prooedure as
$;&.00 per 1000 prepaid. r i
in the enactment of other laws." P. P. P., Lippman's Great Eemedr,is Hew Silver Has Been Treated. Order now and save time.
Venezuela has been trying to make a friend indeed to 'Weak0Dltn.. it Is
progress under a limited double standard a positive and speedy cure for general Rrst.Glass G hl8II When the "crime of \S7S" was committed prices,agents etc. Address employed. Write. for And Undertaker
weakness aDd nervousness ry tht>wasn't& a dollar of silver in
Like most other progressive countries HASTINGS & WYLIE
All akin diseases are cured br it; anything use; there was very little in the country ; ,
she has decided that fiat ,
money.whether from pimples to the worst cases FRONT ST.,FALATKA, FLA.. and on Jan. 1, 1893, we had of full je5 Interlachen, Fla.
of paper or silver, handicaps of eczema wtccambinpto the wonde tender silver f548.400.000 and of limited t' R LKHOX DTHIRD' STRKHTS
her industries by keeping capital away. ful healing powers of I' P. P. }1nt.-,I.1! work guaranteed.
tender How is that
There are Americana who would advise Dyspepsia and indigestion In their WEAK rVlEH) MADE VIGOROUS
Wotk done on short notice. oc4 for a metal that had been "stricken
the United States to go bade to the wont form are cared by it. Asa tonicto "

monetary system Yeaesnela has been restore the appetite and to regainlost Having recently purchased the Laur- down rubbed out, expunged wiped 8" 1M attended to day or night.

compelled to abandon in order to acquire vigor it is simply marvelous dry of Sam Lee, those holding tick oat? Don't the facts make it plain that Orders from the _0 mail
an advantageous place among P. P. P. i is the beat spring medicinein for clothes wil present them to LING the talk about "demonetization," try by or

young and alert communities. the world. It removes that heavy, WAH. Front St.Bnropean. striking down" and all the rest of it telegraph will r.ccfr.. prompt atten-
oot-of-awrH feeling and restores. io is false fraudulent That is the
----------- you way it IA W'f. !' JIT. 18"o+tY. 2J'ZA'C' lot. *2dv
t Pasperi. and >Pilrrr Baols. a condition of perfect physical health. would strike plain people.-Chattanooga What --
For 1 Indigestion, hick and Nervous Restaurant. Times. PEFF I'S ?IRSpn Dij!
Silver only passes because the government Tit a la 1 > IHsW- plearaeaT, XervooiMiee u sets e.- ; ft .t : :

is behind it with gold. Thenis : U"arl }"I'I it u n.o. Fever, Cbkts. pebilityand ethers tent.eo.er rstL Tor r,'. men ii vt.N. iStS..ttSS manboodfoU BUD'Y09DFrom

demagogy in the appeal being made in Kidney Disease, take P. P. P., FURNISHED ROOMS. rraadaleot Curacy. aat Imwcteaey.*4 tot.erveae.% I

|behalf *f silver. This w proved by silver Lippman's Great ,Remedy the most .At 25e, GOt.and '1.00. A currency worth less than it purports either., sex, P.Itlap, .fcrSfS.TO! .
I wonderful medicine in the world to be worth will In the end defraud not ease. end .e r ) &r "-'" ryr '""
being called the poor man's money. NomootI' : t Mdeseel s. Wuij. od4uan ., soul ou ..a ptl0a Bearing Trees !
and Steaks only credite-s but all who I Dcs'tlet d.Rtht ,acne a a .r 91a.e
is too good to pay the laborer Oysters, Chops are engagedin yo.M.e-eIIlek..epr-aterprsIIL smetltuts at
(walk SoW by all Jrwrftets.UPPMAN legitimate business, and none more in. PEEFUR'a aL is wese, la.l.tp.haw I I
China the nee
South American coun Meals 83 sad foe It Best
Brgnlar cents. Call for what loa wan Can t earrled to vest tretet t'rep.k varieties of Oran t: f. I>rnon
ries and in fact all the pauperized jymXNEK ailed to put o* the surely than those who are dependent pee. 8s per box,or 6 Mr RG, wrh plain P.dtlve wrp. and Grape Fruit. Price i:. '- Ih'Ju-
any oryCHAS.
BRos., Apothecaries, Sole WiUte.O.ar.ates ,
PrepV S.
hountnes in the world ano a sdvorlosis. I upon toil for their daily: bread.-Mee- free. a r..d tae sau'l f. o. b.Ad.kesa .

.Oalesburg l.a,;. I' Upptyaa's Block.5araa Ba*.Qa. KUPrERBUSCII, tage of President Grant. xrlLo a.ED1cs al9 l's. lies.nL peast >", r .

I K:1-l Prerrietor. Sold by ACKERilAX- & STEWART mTlG-lm Dramllalai.... ..a.





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'TIMES-HERALD JULY' "'10 1896. . .



PASCO TO AID His STATE. weather won't cure weak ; ; :
Notice is hereby siren that the following described lands will' be sold at p.bilc auction on the 20th day of July,

THE T1M!,S-HS* .LD CO. Publishers. Florida Indian War Claim: Passed lungs. You may feel better because A. D., 1896, at 12 o'clock noon, at ths front door of the Town Hall! Town of Interlaeheo Co.ulyof Putnam Sate of

------- the Senate. out of doors more, but Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein. opposite to the lame,together

. Residence of United States District with costs of such sate and advertUin
WCTCB: In Duns BiddingFront Street, the trouble Is still there. Don'tstop '
a.xt to Fort OffloePALATKA Judge: Allowing him to reside at 17Y w
taking your i II i II i I if!
Jacksonville; passed and bas! becomea .Wtom Assessed' DESCRIPTION. :: : i

,' FLA., Y 10,1800: law. the Scott'sEmulsion IHJ I t I i :j 2 2. 21T
To the road National
improve to Eiteratook, Mr. C D. S'4 or swy .... .... ... .... .... .... ....'''- .. Ie M M 4 4M .N 1 1 I. 1tI.t 9 I.
------ Cemetery at Pensacola: Passed the 11-esoett. John. .... .... S.ladrlatso of M,', of rwy4 .. .... ... .... ..... 11 II. 7t 72Iamy 1 190 u f t 4/1: $7 %
Tbitmaa ...... nabderile'. > ., wy4 .K petedsey4 at w%> 4If""'% ** M 24LVOM s ti n t. :It.a:
mox l 1r olio t1 e 125 Oren Senate. R. E.. .. .... .... N Haofw etnwy. awl{. ... .... ... .... U M M H 4 z f- \ 61.
: .. -* H V .. ... .. ..:: MM 4 eo tie' M ')
s.entk M 0." *' .... .... .... scrip on A Moe or aWf4 of D.I4 la iw M ivObrleu. :
cnl'tro.llue"' "ednaoe.diTIC Not being entirely satisfied with the J. F ........ .. Lac 2 peterson& pattertoa Mb diT ... ........ IT M 21 MMe 2 W :2 103fl 6 Ml.
concurrent resolution with reference to em. Alex. .... >'V.o f nevi of iey r... ... ... ...... ..I N II1 M I. 3& 1 V.SOI
-- ---- -- btu ... ............ ... I. )
Bowden Mr*. J.E.. ..... W part tot 'i ft 3,19& 11 21eterman. 1
; ; ; STATE TICKET. Cuba he introduced a joint resolution, because the weather happensto Ieter.._ Lot 2'J. 2n..24, tb. 26 and 27 W*8Younz. .... .... .... ...... 44>> W 1 M
Eat. of U...... IA&IUoltand22-2ilb1ockb. .... .... .......... 100 2 10 4 ID
which, if passed, would have made it be warm. If have a .. .. ...... LM IS and I\\ block e......... .... .... .......... lit I. 3 t:::
you N a ... LoU, 4 7.8, U. 13.14,19,22,23 and 26 block d... 90 1 W :2 II\t
For PretideBtUil ciecton.' necessary for the president to take weak throat a slight hacking N S. ...... AH of block.... .................... ... ..... .. 1 06 las:, :2 Tt
of Marion. some positive action on this subject.To .. I. ....,. AD except cemetery of block g.... .... .......:: 75 i or. 2 TO
R. A BUHrORD. cough or some trouble with N .. ... .. AIl of bJ.Qck. h............ ....... ............ ... 50 .1) I 7U
W. 8. JEXNIKGS. c t Hemando. extend the pension laws so aa to 35 I

J.STD F. L VELBORN.CARTER U ojf OranffS.Alachua. include the soldiers of the Indian wars bronchial. tubes, summer Is II 'N' .....; M- f...'.;..;...;.."...:.::::. .:::...:::::::: ::: 70M r 35J.. t tea e5

of 18421858. This amendment I the best time to get rid of It s N .........,. ... .... ) tea
Toe Cenrreu See Aid District' : was .. ...... LoU 8 toll tndusi n block o.... .... .. .... .... 40T t 44
K. W, DAVIS.For moved by both Senators, and has If. you are losing flesh there Is .. : ...... n.... ... .. .... ay a rd
.. .. 40 TU a 00
...... Lots 1.A b ..1fandSrI.2"1bioekq.: .............
o.Ye passed the Senate. (Page 4CC7). all the more need of attention. Rhbehn. w......... E t,.ofne'lof nwV4..... ..... ....... .......... 14 19 24 1* *> ;1b 1 :%
8eiu. Mary............ 3a ln sw nor of nwV4of ne/4; ....................... !* If ?, 3 1 M 1 I.% 3 25ca:
M.D. DLOxtL M. For the relief of the book agents of Weakness about the chest and I-emberton. W. L....... N 4of ne/ ot Ie'< ... .... .. .... ... .H J 4 MYoung. 19
For Justice Sepr..me Court: the Methodist Ediscopal Church South JCat.: D ..... .... N'A of nwV4 of.w"t and n'.i of.neV4 of w',4 aol 100 1 05 ;i o.s
U.H.MABIY.Ferseeretaryof8tste. thinness should never go to- .. .. 4a lo aw cor of of ne%of w'4. ........ M M a* W 3 00 '.' IG 130
I favorably reported from Committeeon a & Robt Est t' of nth of tel/4 of sw4 part e-4 of. tot"ef -
: gether. One greatly Increasesthe .
of Toong at 25a of nwy4 of 1Ie'l,. a 4
JNO. L.CRAWFORD Claims, (Report No. BW) and of I'w4 of let/4 n of r r ....... .... ........... .:.. II 1. :24 S3 COO 980
Par Attorney General: passed the Senate. danger of the other. Heal Bowden. Mrs.J. E .... fe::1 of uof net ot tell and sx of seek of aeii- .23 1' 24 39 30 22302S 1 18
Allen, LottSr, W of f23 10 24 It -
W. B. LAM4.R c To settle the titles to lands in the the throat, cure the cough, and :::::::: 4 a* itft"m( creek In Do'/i of ne>/, and 75 4J 111

ForOomptroller: 12y-30 of sty of nwto' ne4..... .... ....... ... 27 to 14 ICttBowden. 129 t .
W. K. RKYXOLDi Arredondo Grant. Introduced by Mr. strengthen the whole systemnow. Mrs.J. C. .... 28 41 of ney4of nets n and a of gum creek.?___ J3 It 24 28 t !: *
eo U
l'rIceEllaB ........ S% of sw'/4of nw/4of. /4. .... ... .. ........ ... 2T It 24 S 1 il
*V>Treasure : Cooper in the House. Paused the Keep taking Scott'sEmulsion Allen. Lott,Jr.......... Lots 229 and 230 block K ........ ... ... ........ 20 35 4t 105
C.B.COLLI!'!. the all Roe-.. L ..... .... .... Lots%3.24. 25 aDd blor.k 20........ .... ........ :490 I aw
Public Instruction: Iou[ e, and then passed by Senate summer.For Castle,C W............ All of block I.... .... 640
For Bart. within a few days after it was sent Ml by an dragfUU at joe and Si-o* Brown. R. H ........... Nwof nw/ .................. ...., .. ........... 1$ 10 24 40 I 05 1 55
W.N.SHBA. Jordan. A. K........... NN/of ne%of ae '4'''. ..... .... .... .............. 17 10 24 10 210 19 280
For OommUskwer! Agrlcaltnre, over; has now become a law. Bowden. Din.J.E..... Nwi/4ofnwV4 .... ./............... .. ...............t2$ 10 24 40 43 IM
J. B. WOMBELU PrIce. Ella B........... beV of lIel/ of ne4......... ........ .... ........ 28 10 24 la 44 n
To distill brandy from oranges etc. Florida Southern R.R..! e>,4 y oftwy4............. ....... .... .... ......... 9 10 24 40 3> M
introduced by Mr. Cooper in the Up to the time of going to press the .

DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. House, and after passing there was Chicago convention is still in session. vv. J- Y.. ..TEJS

-' Bland, of Missouri, Matthews, of Indiana 7
hr the Xjt1.Iure. passed in Senate; is now a law.

BEK/ E. MORQAXJOHN To provide a tender for lighthouse and Bryan, of Nebraska, have Tax Collector for Town of Interlachen.I

P.WALL. districts. C16V Amendments.._ been placed in nomination. I

For Clerk CtrMf(,,"". ---
For military cemetery at Key West.

JOSEPH PIUCU.: In civil bill. The Republican State Convention .
For Sheriff. (92) sundry

JOHN W. HAOAX Limit of cost for the improvement of The Republican convention of the NOTICE. BUY YOUR

For County Jo4gM. Cumberland Sound and Fernandinaj State: of Florida, met at Ocala this week., TERSONS HAVINOCLAISWAOAIN'STTHE:::1

L OOXE. increased from $1,641,500' to The convention was strictly an harmonious J Estate of UEOROB W. PRATT. late of Putnam
For Tax: Awewor.OGiiRGE County, Florida deceased will present the
one, and the work before it was I same authenticated, within the
F. BDUJIRD. Appropriation for Pensacola Harbor time : for adtamoKBt,or floe
ForTaxdUeetor. increase: from 100,000 to $200,000. quickly dispatched, because the course same will be barred. Those owing account to I

F. C. LASc AIU for West Harbor of proceeding had been out, aid Elute will please make tntmedute payment F
Appropriation Key mapped of the same to me. er1itiH4. nil b/ !3. 0 '
\.VRLl l Fiinwzsi t C .
For Co .ty Treasnrer. increased from increase ALBERT G. PHILIPS, .a > tuy ar
80,000 lo 100,000 ( )7 the committees, and no time was Annex.
8R. Cum Testaraento
for 8erf'rinWtadea& 1'Iu.W6c Instruction.THOMAS afterwards lost in conference). lost in useless debate. No referencewas April Si. 18J6.HOME ,
Appropriation for St. Johns river Entirety
W. RALPH.J from Jacksonville to Ocean increased made to the bolters except in the free from PmJKiATB ROOK and aN World

Cl e4ty hoard. H ORI&N..1 bMI'1ICtioa. from 25,000 to 200000. speeches of the nominees, who expressed STUDY LESSONS.

.E.A.CKILL.IJ. FOWLtK.. Preliminary examinations to be madeat the hope that they would soon R enownetlt4at.tiiiJR S BJi 2; J\,; !::3, 111Taking
J. : Clearwater Harbor. Inside
passage return to the fold, expressing the -
Peaa.UMrte, No. S. many
Fw Jattoe.1 from Punta Rasea to Charlotte Harbor;
belief that they would return long before
C. L BOWTOX.Tb Orange River or creek from its confluence Book Keeping c'1 sir .f)4'1r frj :3
fall r(0: eatira'.y n >.i *.
-- elections.
with the Caloosabatcbee and TAUGHT

Suite Democratic Executive thence to tho Gulf of Mexico; Chipola Some difficulty was experienced: earlyin English Grammar, | I

Committee will comente io Jackton- River from Marianna to its connectionwith the proceedings: reference to what Arithmetic, BY I In using a HIOII QRIDJ F.!ariLizsR, like tha DARLING, you
Apalachicola River.
vibe] July 14th. Surveys and estimates of cost with a would be done with colored aspirants Algebra andGeometry

--- view to future improvement secured w for oflke. The white delegates im MAIL I "

Joseph N. Stripling jjjamnan of follows ; Apalachicola Bay and ap- pressed their colored friend with the Five L:acka()thin; in sup,"yirt? tha Fruits ail Ve; t&,'>lei with the

the execative committee of the Repub. >roacbes to Apalachicola, with view to impracticability of their running for Months' coarse of 100 Lessons

obtaining a channel 100 feet wide and for 500. Write or circulars.
bean party, waa nominated for Con- 18 feet deep at low water. Anclote State offices on the argument that they I ngredients neci "nJl i1 to make them Ship well, from

fnM by bh party, at the cparentloa at River. Biscayne Bay. would be unable to procure bondsmen Address \ .

flea. tW. week. io the amounts that would be required, Zone Zone.aiul:

The People's Party Contention even should they be elected. Many' I. I. DIMES, Instmctor, to, arrive- *o Market in a S.>ial Ca. : litioa.

The voters of the second congressional saw the wisdom of the and
The People's Fatty held their convention argument, Palatka. Fla

district have for their nominee at Bannerville on Saturday last. when the report of the nominating Cncouragg everyone you know to me the DAULING'3, .

: Zion Rebt. W. DavW, of Palatka, a A number of delegates were present. committee was rpad, which gave all of I .

sun who will command respect from I. S. Minton was elected temporary the State offices to white men, there
He is of marked llL9ganlle89 of any other Brand of FertQfaxrr. For
all elaSMa. a man was
no .
chairman, and W. J. Miller, temporary objection.The

1b111tyaad of upright character-one aecrctary. There being no oppositionthe evening session did not convene I

vbo can go into the contest and win organization was made permanent. unti 7 o'clock, owing to the delay in Special Low Prices to met the times for O.1 ih with Order,

Totes as tart as men learn of him. The the IiS
A committee of five was appointed on committee on nominations in mak-
find that ADDRESS THE....
Democrats this difttnct will
tug selections. The of the
platform and resolutions, and a recess report com-
Aev will be well reprea pled in Con- mittee was read as follows For Presidential
was taken. At 1 o'clock the conven :

greet as they have been I loathe p t.- tion reassembled, and the committee electors: M. B. Macfarlane,

Daytona Gazette-News. } reported. Nominations being; in order IIUl llooro'; J T Walls, Alachua; S C 1' n ( -

The Alabama and Florida State line W. J. McRae, of Harlem, and W. II. Weeks, Leon; Samuel Petty, Nasau; 5_ \ LD if ( ]LI J { FertilizerCo.

through the middle Lake Jack- Cole, of Huntington, were nominated Alternates: It B Brooks, Marion; A V ,

yaaaea for the lA< ion sad the town of Florida, in the 1
lions were made. Addresses were Osceola; X C WamboWt Daval.. For t
western of WaUpn connty. On the
pail made by Meeers. Hind, Baldwin and Governor, George W Allen, Monroe: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
tasters aide the line passes tbrouffh a
McRae. The business of the convention Fudce of the Supreme Court, Thomas
fue macaolia on the western
; WM completed by the appointmentof E Wilson Orange; Secretary of State,
B.. V\
side between two farms. The line alto O. EELSAgent.
the county executive: committee, and F F )McGoorin Walton; Atlorney
divides a Bat-tist Church; toe minister
the convention adjourned. General. W I) Sheppard, Franklin; ._ .w ,-. t for Pocket \fotaomttda Boot
stands in Florida and preichestoan :rl1d
Comptroller, John McDou&al l, Leou;
audience in two Mate, and tbe silent -- --
for Discharge. Treasurer, W A Allen, Voluia; :Superintendent -
s'eepen' in the are jJivided by Application -
cemetery of L A Great .._.
Public Instruction
By- I II .
the wine lrlc.!, SIX t air anal aeeouau and .o.. ra to theOawttr ron F March, Lake; Com mitiontr of o CURES liSUMMER
Ja4ge, of rvt&am Oambr, FtarUa
doves I sad aM to twaHeaarod fro* tk* atetaHUatfw Agriculture, James Hardit), P lk. The -S owr.slo r VOODIMNE
The owiuof orange it I of tile Estate of MankaH sp.tiee. .....
\>'. D.iEIGLta.: report of the committee was adoptedby MR.
Alactwa+" t. that were U" \nporarildeeiuyed -T r July 10, A. 1). IMt6 A
I,t .<' t t. I Z I i..IP. It"e'fJ U.' -- \1f} t
All of the candidate on the Mate
a': IJpe!>> of .' U rtts lf :.1 t rrs MANIFOLD USES r
ticket are while. Of .the Piesi''eulial! -..t wUi UiUVLK W. of q
IOlin.Llnt ,I' :"II. ,II.:, i:: 'C ih- n- : ; Pills X ''. grS-.Sfe SSgSf y DISEASES .........IA. m
electors, 1111t:1.aDe and i I ,.n.r .
I : e VKS ale : i wood .- Morsod.. hi say
Ie nt hear. ".,'nr cl ii'. i it 'ty 1 eves I I
yl, white. The ,&czioa MONARCH" A\D "KEN-1 t/l I'll.nrraMrosdsfuecroe..tiwtadp&ssfnrntt5111n.ke ''
of the alternate
isle has >.: i i. ant! :tllII.1' inatanu : Tli* Ideal Remedy far all dl. ml or Mack oak la.t i.?,.qn it,aw
apt > Cure All 1 ii, two white fad two outored.! I TUfKV: CLUB." .Ire Whiskit for! ease*f the ate>maeh and Ntr. 101.,..... cruavUam. Caa bow ttte iw,>. Up I ftoa
the tie's h\l' reached t i iYbt sat: | or ltyiars
: : I I elm,aaeb ave Dlarrbora, P jterj ... Tmtt esaoI. over 21 year, that are a*
Te'aandeve.: ilia'ti1'et.'I! I ."t' ITtt' I Fami'y ana MHicinAl purpo p.. GenuIne lad........, Dyspepsia, looiMlinKValuakto" .

....m!) bear u.thiBf l"' :'7. N : t u. M.t i c\'eu', Liver Ills. I BOND'S immense oniv when bottled in this rtyteeta. I Cramp...*.. .Appetite,*tela .. ...... ecc. a WWH!"* boats, bottoms of *..-
t bat ataadard .f all tnedl' *
fav ,pol"! '. r t..rid t wl1 "' 1"6'aliuilfce : oitpslrse la many IBM prefer leis to
'. .
stock of Dry Goods will :: Hnttledtndjratpltetl: : .frets tines, I --
5rry; er.aat t.; ..y 1'. The gttw To those living ? Will prodoop, ?.n1! roilti on all!! .c'. .j flout
Distillery : 1 Cue 12 quarts 9 'f8\:sold or under crow 1 or war.tvla .
tree m aoni 1Dt'.U ''S :e t'c iderec1 be DR. KING'S dotbi.- life of wood of any kin,! wber-
sold .
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills cheap for cash.S. 1100.. 1 Case U qiMrw, 8 Jearsj I tree-.L
pheooroeaal.fsckawlt. I. V....... for grape ..... fences ant' other
are indispensibletheykeepthe ,1ft Q1* W. 1 ('..-,12 'rise. 1A trtttul'i I tuwte o( pout.
KorwMol u 'rk ai >ut w.t..nd dory --.
ire ohe 4u. si. in order and at5fte MaiMh Metro : system perfect are r* Prnntt"'Y ForMable n,,or,.
bimlelf o of thebeet I I n. "." etCft't1f1catuattut tat fact. -
has -
Cooper proved NOTICEI to. : i
haf an absolute curefor Wn lllu E..
Coopr<"imi that Flatiila .. .. i F
o n I Mr. U T. Collier. EOKt.k.. Miss. car! "Mrkovttt .
aver 'ad. Ik has ncluaKy: dou : more sick headache indigestion have thin day bought of B. L u. 11t.0'1'I"C tI I ti ., would act from tea lo t*.My dues a ttj. .( I hive r--T. ."i 1 re_ d aav
a bloojy, mucus store. aa4 oe the left .M. .4 mylower hiaec-; '- .mi t ; ,
h,r tie people dune, thee lr a Uaaa Ltlivuthal hot entire Mock of CROCKERY Owensboro. Kentucky. bowl ws a pac. aboal the ill. of a cellar.that ISM- t ;a
wIN ba beta malaria, torpid liver, constipation rare Bt Bach pats. My food would KHrC aaeffi.::.ci,t r- m* > f in*:, "- i.I .
of the ot'llIIlhr>, <
i her of Iwatirtatci
aad kidney were very fcaiJy oe1 or rt.
all bilious dis GLASSWARE, CUINAWAREand aaJ tk. ..141 COIII4 'MW'I I K \ !" -
and best
i_.lIming: fecalin, the senate fof jean. cs.Tutt's I y ta pbysiclaas. y
LAMPS and offer H". 'wi a short wbll I then conaeaced fRoyal & .o4.t ( 'efJref' ". .' I..r.
ease at greatlyminced FAILING MANHOOD IB tore weeks I could sat .. -
it I J'I:1: ..ui.1 with the fttcrageho" Pills 'Gcraetuer. jthlar. .
Liver and do as Bach work a ever I coattM4 ;' 't/If':" ''' /M '.:JAM
ri' 0/1:." "Nh : Mr Co.pe'r'hvon prices. It is my iaiemton :o the Genaetuer, *'J can testify that II.. entfrslyCort4.
be I General azd Nervciis Ce&tltty.akrv" ...1 that G.,nB.tu r did the _k. If yon have .:-titojies t> Paint. .,aLslttli
Tund IDOlll) ,.r l.\cr. 1&0 a& keep a full! l I'ne of the above named !
'w'l < \UII.. fht. m
Hm' )II.. cn"tiut: iUtl'' 11 lL Mind. t:.lft'Cte of Kimr". 'j ).vre .IM| llalarl,. Kld.7 -- -
51 1' state' REGISTRATION BOOK : ExceMMH in Od! j sad Bladder Tr .blMI>.blll.ty. .
.. ;, up nn aiote cturdiuly.! or' r Sc: .d fur B K.kd! W<.tln:
1Da i". t I'ttpcr'i "tutee Its do j 1 onnx. ib>oat:. Nob'; sad >er..a_ Pr_trll..
1 fur Paine. County will be open furttseIleritrattoi WAI.1EK Tl10)lAS. Manhood fully Re torr-i Inability (. Sleep,.w. It !_se
t.tOU01,1 \ :as N ,' nc' O' ,." ---- How t.. La,4Strengthen --. a ple jutnt t. take _lMrt... ; .. : of voters in my other, nt A W...k. I :'- Idereloxd I IA1 .nd builds .p lr.ni the Seat :Jan ffJ : .J. oi\1.I. "i'.,
x'"' ,na" : t' 11.u 11.. .. .. aMr. : tiie C.,'ut House iQ PalatkOD )I'HI- 1"'J. r t 1 ",!J 41_. It earn disuse_ by arc s.atk.-. \ i ,4' r.. 4.PINE .
Oferrofit i Bod v -' "P' : :" 5a.rl.j the ea.
: .\:, JI'l' .I ( 'u PIJllg t .
''d" \ too flay. WedTMadaf. and ia..rda"8. roaameticiag fa.ih'n 'H'..... ,', r.e'j' r'J r- ,
:'r.uarlce I : l'e ,:twt.1 1 wort! so Nt.11 pt'f'itlrrnt'd I' f.rt':':. ,1.1 .. <. .1.. .-. -.-- ...
: I' )Mood v, TaUr' 6tb, IffiJ;, CMND Step it j iii 'atat,d Forvi.n! If s.J4bTD"'a*u, Oa.DelUr.AHUrACTVtIO .
J'' > i \ a.1, i 111'"n iU'i'"n..net'sL.1I ('oaJII&rh& Send for Decriptire Book, exj j I
9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m.. and. Iran 2 I .-..:.natina aad proaU.mailed,.' ltd j free. I OBIT ay 1 AH SYRUP
u': : :. 1 or t..i. Ofro..1. 'I;
pral' I ,)\'tell m. untl p. m., required Get oar Great Catalogue and Buy
Tb I'" :, ; ... .1 II .1" 1oI1 I jh\. !lI,... '! ers Ou1.1e.Ve'11 stud it for is ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. THE (JIll.,' ,', I' "ptl :Jo.j.i itortu -

rood wo'.i i 1'1 *., cents toataznps to ray Frt postage viilt roi is-rist BOOIXIIIZ rxtx :. .. ... ...
I R D. I10tcELL. i i ( i an
He. Co.." ,; \' <'t'I.,1:! ''' -l 1 *' or expresfiase. The Book's free. PINE TAR SYRUP I r.. GERMETCEB PILLfl .. Jane 20lh, I8H6. Svpervisor. yco Pages, xaooo fflnsttationa, 40000descriptions
Lets ol pr..<... *nurued bin bv the everything that's used GEBIfaTTCEtf<
Metropolis in the above, and the eeow".c ia life;tells you what yon ought to Quickly cares CoGalte and ColdJaa'Peek's ..' I Th Prr'p.''> Time: '.! 'an'! h".
of Florida will make no mistake in Send to BOND for pay,whether:you buy of us or not drug store corner Second and I rc "f' :..-: oS '-5scenT '... ..
"Hl''Vf"i: 1-. auntie .n
One profit from maker user. Get itMONTGOMERY Lemon .... _- ... __ :
the United States Sena stiett .J. '- ,_ t"a
.l-"tlng him to MATTING. They are I \ffitber ha. uugbt m>- w.. \
to MK-cee-l Mr. ( .ai-Ltt'1olour: :_ : WARD & CO.;; --= --- _: -_ ,- ; "
I cheap for cash. Originator of the Mail Order Method Pr.law PrJa PUl* nea4*<*a j r 0. -Lfe.THE. .
t oumen in.:. so 111-116 Michigan\ Ave., Chicago. y pear :r a f;;.. ,; -

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.. THE TIMES-HERALD. l 10. 1896.
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-THE Trn ? ERALD); -j.i.iISWED 1'S; -- I i Willis flail,a colored boy, was drowned MONTHLY I ;' \

of the G. S. & F. pier Wednesday

JtVg y. ... . .u.J1.f"! xpenencehas morning. The wind had blown Hall's Financial StatementOF I ,

--- -- hat overboard, and while endeavoringto
-- ------
--- I
secure it he was drowned.In .
PALATKA..A., JULY 10, l*>6.J proven conclusively that COUNtY BOARD OF PUBLIC What isCastorL'

better and peaches the County Court Tuesday Lula INSTRUCTION I
=== T3'i -= .:.-= :- grapes ,

11. .' 1-t'iS; ; t..., rlv '. and more of them, are produced Owens, charged with aggravated as- STATE I
e;> 9' ': 'IeTt.; 1" Ie ." stnU, 4lw'hamed Fr nk Oo>ding
wm :
.. when Potash is liberally ap- Jane Sth, MM.
,'('40 .Io. ..1 t<.. J. cheating, held to ,>ear at Criminal : -
0 I.T .t.,. .- ./". .,-...1 I I-tea. plied. To insure a full crop of To ros. JMIFB PKICK Clerk of Circuit Court; :
l Court J. E. Walker and Sallie r
TUB Tf tfCC HB iLDOO fP.lXr. choicest quality use a fertilizercontaining ; 8 nL-In com(fiance with Sec.3, barter 4332.
Rioter beKl for Criminal
oz' P u.s tt. f"'.1".. not less than 10% adultry, law, of Florida,we hereby fife with yon the
J Court. fallowing Itemized financial statement of all
,_ '_ _-::=- I School .
: rlatto
Money received app f> made
Actual Potash.Orchards Cures Nervous Troubles and In- and warrants Issued for the month ending the 1
Digestion. I 30th day of Jane A.D. IKtt

Par.&r&pla. Psrtamlnf t* PAl&tK Point and vineyards treated t M,. W. T. Nelson, pmideut of the &ZCAPITn.Aner.Balance :: \ is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
on boo Jane 1.....,. .
$4,25519 and Children. It
Second National Bank of Jackson contains neither
edly PrtlHat with Potash are compara- Beceired daring the month... 141117 Opium Morphine nor
Tenn. says: "For indigestion and nero other Narcotic substance. It is
Botlerkk Patterns at BONO'S. tively free from insects and ..... S6 a harmless substitute
vom tr'mble, I would rather girt up Warrants paid during the month .?.... KISS for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrnp
and Castor OIL
Harry Gray is vtsking relatives in plant disease. i any remedy than Kin '8 Royal Gerine- .1 )
14.798 It is Pleasant. Its
this city. Oar pamphlets are not advcrtlsinr circulars boom, tner. Asa nerve tranqnilizer and restorative. OUutandtngwarrantlunpald......... 160 00' guarantee Is! thirty' years use liy
kg special Icr liaen.bat art practical work,contain Millions of Mothers.
Miss Lula McKIntay Left for Fruit- log latest researches on the satqect of fCft liu Oll... are really heljifut to Umtn. They are scot free for It in 1896. ITKJOZXD allays Feseriehies9. Castoria
land Monday. W.a1Uag. h not a narcotic any sente but xcceiPTS.Jonal. prevent.[ vomiting Sour

I GERMAN KALI WORKS I pro laee+ the happiest effect. upon the Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Garwood tpeal: U fftMM S(.Ncv Yak To balance on hlud.........(4, 59 19 Colic. Castorla relieves
__ disordered nervosa ydlenu I consider Jane 5.
: Teething .
the 4'h in this ---- --- troubles cures Constipation and
city Flatulency.
!j S'LlJak'e: I it an iuv !nahVi! remedy, and have for To ca h frog. F. C. Blanchard -
Mr. j Collector, on account Castoria< assimilates the
Prof. Strickland, of Etonian, visited several years been recommending it to of School Tax.... .........? 1.034 IT Food, regulates the Stomach

this city Tuesday.Mrs. I I Mr. S. A. Bakert one of Putnam's I my (denc...." j June, On 30.aoct. PoU Tax........... 77 M and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria

hurtling business men, Is'now located By amount of warrant paid In the Cl ldren' I-mlacea-tl1e Mother's
E. A. Perry, of Gainesville, vi, : and cancelled the Friend.
tied Mrs. M. I. Coxe this week. at Miami, Fla., where he has established i .The assessment of Orange county for month of June during ISM. _... $371 SS

I a general blacksmith and wheel 18% amounts to 2,831,335, divided be- Ky balance. ..___.. 4.7181 Castoria. Castoria.
Postmatter Anderson attended the -
wright business. Mr. Baker is a practical tween reality and penroual. property, as 1836.4M. 3.370 36 ,5s11J 36 "CMtorla is ID excellent medicine lor "(Castor is so we O adapted t. ehMdresL

Chicago convention this week. business man and will make his follows: : Reality, 2, -24,71(5( ; perscnal, May 6J.H Green per diem and mileage of children.its food Mathers effect have their repeatedly' told" me that I recommend it as superior to any pr**
E. W.J. Parrish oue of Frui tland'A attendance upon session of Hoard. |5 20 upon children scription knoirti to me."
presence flit in any community where $506,640. 452. H. J. Fowler per diem and mueage, t- Dr. G. C. OSOOOD, own M.... H. A. Aacu'n.: K.D., Brooklyn N. T.
prominent citizens was in town Mon energy and persistent effort is appreciated. tendance. upon session of Board......... S 00t3.1. -

Mr. Baker conducted for seven Alachua county comprises 2,050) ( Board.K. S. .Crill. ...,. attendance....noon BOMIOU of 200 The use of Castoria \. so no(renal and its "Por several years I bare recommended*

day.Rev. white males and 1,695 white females of 4M. K E Thompson teaching School No..4. merits so well known that it seems a work Casteria and shah always cooMane to do.
J. n. Johnstone fiHed the pulpit years at Buffalo: Bluff in this at Palmetto for oae month... 25 00 of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the it
so as
of the M. E. Church last Sunday county an extensive saw mill and lumber school age, 2CG3 colored males and 435._t N Etoniah A Patterson Creek teaching for one month!School.No...IS 25 00 intelligent families who do not keep CastorU results." inrarUbly produced beneficial

morning.On business where he made a record 2,475 colored females, making a total of I 4.)6. Cordie .-Iantoll"uacblng School No. within easy reach. EDWIX F.PABDEI, 1 L D.. New York City.:
.. 9,083 children of school in the 21,at Fort Br *>k .. ... 23 00 CAKLOS MABTTK' D.D., New York City. _
for successful and honorable dealiuc.The ago 057. E T Holmes, teaching School No. 23 at
Tuesday C. Carman Jr. return
; Putnamcounty ty. The total number of whites is 3,943 I Gordon Chape ,f or one month... 3000 "We hare ti/ee children and they Cry b-
hd home from a visit to friends in Sa business interest of 458. B M Hale teaching School No 25. at "I prescribe Castoria every day for children Pitch r"1 eut r1a.' When we give one a dose,
to 5,138 colored, a difference in favorof Barker' Mill,for one month.. 30 00 who are suffering from
vannah. feels the J loss of the well directed 499. Mary L Allen teaching School No. constipation, with the others cry far ODe &q). I shall always
industrial endeavor of Mr. Baker the latter of 1,185. The Gainesville month ..... 26.25 00 better effect than I receive from any other take pleasar la recoimmeailflg' this beats:
J. II. Green, of Fruitland, member school district 482 white 460.&i"H'WtM.n.fn School No.:48 combination of drugs." child's medicine.
and his friends-tongiatulates the comprises at Federal Point. .. 2300 Dr. L. 0. MORGAN, South Amboy, N.J.
of the Board of Education, visited thecity children and 7C2 colored. 461. M. I. Barley.teaching School No. 06,at Ker. W. A. COOTKK. Newport KJM
young hostlinz city of Miama upon the Melrose, for one month 23 00
4G2 Willie A. Berry, teaching School tNo.\ Children Cry for Pitcher's
acquisition of so valuable accession to Cores Kidney and Bladder Troubles. 61. at Mount KoyaJ._. ..2500 Castoria.
Rev. J. n. Johnetone and family: left her citizenship. 4'3. E W Dew.... teaching School 1'0.69. TN' ttafaYa' c.."... Tt YYaaaT aTaf. afw....
for Orlando where they will spend Thou mdi of such tales have been at Sister Springs, for one month........ 29 00 cn
Mr. Baker tells us that he has some 464. JL J. BUckmore teaching School \o.
their vacation. cured by the use of Botanic Blood 63. at Pomona, for one month..?. ... 25 00
unsettled business in this county and I Balnj"B.( B. B.") If you doubt It, call 469 Rosalee Mathew*. teaching School No.
henry Padgett;formerly of this city desiree 67. at Ixtverille for one month.. 23 00
us to say to those to whom he I..or send to the -lornpiny whose adver- 46. LJ Blackmore, teaching School No.
but now of Miami, was In Palatka several is indebted to claims for 34. at Sauuma llight.... 25 00 --
present their tlsm
-nt In this and
appears paper 467. Tnu..W.Kalph. rerrices Superintendent The Fourth at Melrose. WHAT IS MONEYTIt
days this week. payment, and those who are indebtedto they for a one-cent stamp, sena you a for month of .??. 73 00 I
Miss Gardner left for the north him would 468. 1 1 Mimes, postage, envelopes, etc. Bonny Melrose did not forget the Is Not Only ft Meaoar. but msentatlro 13.yvs ..
Mary confer a great favor by :book of wonderful cares, not only of for use of School No. 1... 250 J
Yesterday. She will reraiin there making immediate the above diseases bat of all 409. B S Crio. three days' service eon- Fourth, though perhaps she did not of Taloe.
paymentChildren manner
I .. . ,__ducting. ,!examination of teachers...... .. a 00t70. I Money is not only a measure of nInes -
during the summer. ---- -- 01 aumenu scow Thou. w. lla'pC' expreegage, Btampe
oiooa. make
arising her
impure of
a great a display as some
and other office IncfdtnWI..n?.?..... 1 II but a representative of value aau
The side walk around the courthouse Cry fPitcher's It is the standard remedy of the age larger sister towns. Four of the young well In this it differs from a yardstick.The .,

received the attention of Sheriff {lagan's for the cure of aU: blood and skin an 1 certify that the within state-neat I fUIMWe tn ladies of the village-Misses! Jennie latter measures, but doea not represent -

Castoria.Mr. itaeasee* Sold by all drngglbta. and correct to the best of oar knowledge and LaekoreJanieMcRae
Lula Stein-
gang Wednesday. belief. Two dollars measures, let us say,. -

Tampa has been chosen the southern T. N. Smith of Palatka spent The City Council met Tuesday evening Chairman Co. Board K.IMk.8. Infraction.CRILL, mire and Bertha Boyce got up a pic- the value of a day's work It aim represents -

disuibutlnj point for one of the big Sunday at the Inu. We all regret that but only routine business was Attest: THUS. W. RALPH tfTc, to which all of the people were a day's work. At the close of the
County Peb. .
bupt. IDstrletion.nood' invited. day the workman for his
condensed milk companies. transacted. goes np wage*
I the charm ot the Halifax river id so uncertain
Tbe He wants food and clothing. That i*
pic-nk was held at the old picnic -
A well attended children1 service or that Mr. Mmth'a launch Competely Cures.
Geerge G. Smith will open an ice grounds just west of Melro&e. The what he baa been working for. Bat it

was conducted by Dr. J. W. McGregor draws .too morh" water, or he would cream saloon in the.store room recently KEY WEST, FLA., May 13, 1866 grounds had been cleared and would manifestly inconvenient far-

at Lundy Sundav- ebool last Sabbath.A. bring ft aroeaa fSr the tuon/h of August occupied by Speck as a jewelry store. I was troubled with a skin disease tables erected by Messrs.nicely Perry, Mul- him to receive fresh meat, which might,>

L. Glass, of Gainesville, spent when he expects to Amain. wtlb. : known as ring worm, and I resolved to tin, Priest and Obenoff. About one spoil before be could carry it homey or

Sunday in this city with his family, Daytoni'Gasette-News. "." All drnsbts sell t>r..MBes.. Nerve PIaaers.I try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I had not hundred and fifty were present. A other things which he might not be just

who are visiting Julge Coxe and wife. .. ... finished the first bottle before I was I then ready to receive so the employer
Many of our readers! will remembet Miss Fairfax Keller, of Daytona, i bountiful dinner was spread, which gives him $2 in money. That represents

Mr. S. E. ,Bond's 'famHy of Palatka the young rind cental Edward O. Earls, after a pleasant visit with Mrs. E. C. completely cured. I am.nQW well and speedily disappeared when attacked by his day's work and be can exchange:

hare taken possession of Rev. W. F. who for several years was in the employ Jackson in this city, left Monday morning owe my"rood health to Hood's. Sarsa such a hungry crowd. at his convenience for such things as he

Stewart' pretty oettase.-Dayton* Ga of the firm Ackerman & Stew- for Alabama where she will spend parilla. GEO. W. CAREY After dinner Mr. G. M. Lynch, may require and as he required them.It .

zette-News. art, druggists, of this city. lie has just several months.CoostipatOD. HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver ills. principal of the Green Cove High is of great importance to the work-
... man that the |2 he receives for his work
The Fourth of July passed off very completed a term in the Massachu- School made a few remarks concerning shall be good dollars, with the greatest

setts of an exceedingly dan'gerous LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS the early history of the United
pleasantly in this city. Holiday was College Pharmacy, and obtained possible purchasing power. At one time

observed by most of the places of bus4oees. honorable mention in the final condition of the bowels, is near- Remaining. in the Palatka Po t-offlce States, and then read the Declarationof during the war two gold dollars would

examination which occurred May 6th. ly always the result of carelessness and for the week ending July 10,180G: Independence.Mrs. bUT- as mum n-( ely crroAnhnAtr rlfttlfir-

Mr. Earls now holds a with inattention to the calls of nature. To GENTS' LIST. I Webb and Miss Jennie Lackore No kind of dollar wii1f full purchasing
The position
game of ball on the 4th was witnessed
Theodore Melcalf & Co. correct irregularities and restore healthy Bradley, J Brown, L B i gave us a treat to some very fine musicou power unless it can be readily
by a large number of peopfo- pharmaceutical exchanged for a gold dollar. The silver-
Brooks V T 2 Curran
movements the best ,
apenent isAyer's their guitars. A base ball was
The fame was Palatka vs. FruiUanci : chemists and wholesale! drug- Griffin, Thomas Holbrook Thee game in a silver dollar ia worth only a littlar
zUts of Boston Mas Pills. They are easy to take. indulged in by both boys and girls. We than half much the ia
and retailed in a oempkte defeat for lie wU attend ... Harris M Jones, M J more aa as gold
the latter dub. Score K to 12. the next term of the college, from Loeb, James B Mack, M M did not know before that the Melrose a gold dollar. And yet at this times
Mr. M. N.
whica! will graduate. Edward's of San Mateo, leCombe, E L Sa W. II. Ilowton aad Miss Margaret many who hat been spending several months StedJohn Troy, of dollar The reason of tbia u that by the
friends this are thinking verv seriously now
Richardoon who in section will be gratifiedto in South Williams act of 1890 it is the declared of
were r> eotly married Florida, was in the city yes Adam. nilM. If policy
forming a they can ao
at UleaD, N. Y., arrived this city lastSsturdav. learn of his success, and hope he terday. LAMBS' LIST. get the United States to keep' the silver dollar -
may higher." expert pitcher to hit their bats for to the gold dollar. And the
Mr. Rowton hat -go up Brewer Mary Bryan, Fannie equal
accepted a
Cook, Lula Dukes, L; B them they will be all right.At goTroiae&t43 ready at any time to Rive
with R J. Rile ---- Latest
position jeweler.In -' -- Colors and Elbert, Florida Harris, Mamie 6 the company started for home. a gold dollar in exchange for the silver

the bicycle parade at 2 p. ra. on Laws, L J Moore, Pearl all having had a good time, and each dollar. Al long as that continues the

Saturday Last there were about twenty f Miss KATE LOCAS.MILLINERY Patterns in Summer Simmons! Emma Small, E J carrjirz away his share of red bugs. two metal*will be maintained at the..

wheels.: Andrew Shelley) was awardedC Turner, Nancy Wilson, J TRIX ratio of 10' to 1. The danger of free

Goods arriving Persons cabling for the above letters _, I eoinage i* that so many Miser dollars
prize the every
13 lady Jedgec aid John
I I I will please ear "ADVERTISED." To prevent pale and delicate ctuUdren would be domed that it would be tmpmible -

I'arkerthe5crfind. Mist Kate Lvcasan day'at Bond's. W. P. ANDERSON, P. M.rrWANTaD.A from lapsing into chrome invalid I torfexchaage them fur gold. The
.l Mrs. Seen decorated the wheel c. I very instant that happens the silver dollar

; (hit .ou the first priae.UB I Salesman who h later in life, tbey should take Ayer's will dEpreciate-that is, it will buy
And Goods. U.J. Jetnlgan, wttle cruising along Sarsaparilla together with plen'y of
Wbeu Fancy steady and attentive to his work and is less than a sold dollar orally as much
/ ad down
run when .
a the Oaiooaiiahalehee
; cot on Jane 98, wholesome food and outdoor cxi--rcise. aa the bullion contained in it is worth

the blood u out of order; when" roof Ha. in *nc1c 110 elegant nod divri- I near Puata Rss, my*Ifee'Port iij rsPr willing to work. We have a line of I What they need to build Op the system in'goW. This is what has happened in.

languid: aDd tired from uo appar tie d-! ) ..., toqod an obi coin roods that every "if>r* iw'Ile. We will paya I all free silver coinage omntnea In
copper oJ.
ill h'i:
I amoQxthe .. 21)0(1 ren >
at cause, take* i3arraiariUa 2)14 ftaury i n .1 5 .I 1 nan, if ne can I
and the Millinery Buaioeea. I Panama (t u said th ne a hotel
ratngrovee.-dated 178s2 with disfigured ------
I a show that be the
us i" man we looking
clery Ooaipoun I. It cures Scrofula! A SPECIALTY Full assortment of I where the reties are $5 a day. Recently
: harp and Voile, Fuema and alt diseases of the STAMPED LINEN GOODa and EM- a traveler|rom the8taIf1I gavea
Hood. Ca ?sNervoushxbaseUouaid BKOIDEBIEO SILKS. i aDd the words G if rge III, Bex" on I are sold on tune Ad
Hysteria. Made only br H. II Bond Experienced Northern Trimmer in tb* other Greensboro, N. C.... Yolumeer, VudosU: ; Ga., to bt present and. to his sarpnoe, he received

& Cx, Baltimore Md. For Mh bv charge of Trimming Department. nol I I as the guests of the local militaryon f:5 silver dollars in change. The real
Aokerman & Stewart P 1.ltl.a. Fi*. ------ The reticence of Thus. II. KeaUD rate O and the silver
I July 16. The Guards had a special was Ji a day

The Firemen's Annual Banquet was in .he Hammock, is being improved by meeting last evening to conid the pieces, calwd dollars were in fact only

vi'u at the Cadet' PenmanshipD. the addition of a back building. 50 cents. Free coinage would have the
g Satcrav
armory eG i invitation, and tbey decided to accept.
effect of driving gold dollars out of the
: nigb 1.1. t and proved a freed succ'ss SMMOl1'S The rainfall for the month of June, They will leave ia a private car. United St/tea, and the onlyoireo.lAtiDtf

The -tout was an ample one, in Oran e county, amounted to eleven ------ money w rld be dollars worth about 50

Hi-. there wuuough fot each *ad D. TURNER cents eaclt. Baltimore Sun.
every : .. aud one-fourth inches. This is the PINE TAR SYRUP ) -

,-'at of the immense crowd assembled. W1IIo ha ftccD teuttmc. a Us In IVnnutuhlp heaviest rainfall in anv single month : I,

Ei v. J. II, Johnston at th41l'fll&Mt bM b.-B temf n>*.owi c to the l increase in kU i tines the official record has been Quickly! cores Coughs and Cold i THe Bald Silver Swindle.
FTf7Ghl.hTn Sixteen of silver will
alMa. toRemove 'JJ ounces coin
: lie i department in a few web chosen ,
j -- Peek's Drag Store corner Second and .J 8.to in silver dollars. There flounces

w< 'dw: < M utm d I the gut>ts to the baa to a Larger Room la .. R jI The crop of K lsey plume ibis season I Lemon fitFEMALE-,*-!* of silver<*an be bought in the markets

'ut t. 1'1.! Fourth Rstuuoti l\Aud fur f ;tr9 ., I reaches hundred of boshds. As the ---- of the wctid today for |9 M. There
-ht'd till the He ma> now be taamt tm Lewoa MreM, in the
tJIU".t' oc l'.lWU.Waite I aad ,i supply exceeds the demand a large rarpiu 3D1L X' W8 would th'OPe be a profit of $8.66 oa
room .
: Fi'11\: l1 d1Is Mat Bray I !+ *! i ill left to decay on the ground. PILLS.Crimp' I an inveatL at of fd.9.j. U-uijr boot 87

.lack ,'LI\ lll': were m.rriedm that OVER GOODFOR EVERYBODY I per cent J* a holder of silver could
I IFr1' ., IIW pstsrrav...,.. nn1 UU. take it to the mint and ro'n it without
I utd
',!.!n iiii.ht: : last. The .rl l'm is i| Miss Kate lucas' Millinery. anJ everyone n*t Is it at al! time n the ..",-r:._ b P'.lparMtr'.ttaatreepal.lvZAy.4..nb. tr.r 'I charge tat, silver dollars
kn F r- u. time by new'i.a
II :: (thicitin -
u .\ IUMUJ .r\ed( I| year. Malaria is ai\vav" a *:li. t. the I ,I '9 t., twT. j,,rlxFrka Rv i I That k all there u to th- silver question .
:Ii' ..htt ;tic J. T. A K e t t Iw .titre of tie EXPECTANT 5-' w-. .. l..roe.f.u.._aa atu.m .
; pseac t ftsta tenths .lee : and : cf ... ... .. ..
only precut re. : OMrr V the .
; : 0 :: at iB r
tt.albusIL ntr
aINMJRCS a : s. tint t rare center,
\\ ;n.i '" -II"p"| The I .\ouiu f,'!li'\{, I f t wt e Irlata. U hegttai *' : which' .JUT"'r..........: 1:1 .;;. n ..,... .-. ...... .. I'I I -
Liver active. Y m; r.':st he'p; t:1l':> : .', .,. F'.rI .< ,, .,I-', .. ,... b whence men the m.-rfjy in, mean to
1'1:1:i ti ifue ill UI-: i' tw !h.' ,ca gaiety 1aii1I
Fr \t- ,'uaur..r.i Ill' b.:\ck j t and the best be'p-jr' i- *"hr U.J f ,-' ." ;. -1't- BOTHERS f el mitt* Mib.tr Ja6 i.iW I. L -=::: ierp orafbn, ciiiton* ;avid (> !' 'tK-iau.-i at I

& "Bread is the MONS LIVE? :
Mr. C H mJ : 'i .r .- "jbo I and persuading tn*' poor t'. heir woe
i ,. : : : : ; "MOTHERS'FRIE 'arr dui :to the ltlbll'l' \\'
1 'i \ 1'-)1: : .::1 ) nI say's: Sit .. ; .' \-0( start
J Staff of Life. i I ... in c.rdir thus to t'?-.i r1.II ; lid .WID-
hr-e n "
:irl ,1 plly- m, I all a :.1" : ,
til.f Ui- great ":ih--r j ,'. iug capi-
r \.J reul3t11 !t" h ':/ill.c \ Eat j'nre, wh jleme ] Yt'.r.' s ,..11 : : ., : : )11 secured. Irate-Mart.. CoprngDtiaad i lalilt4.-Boston Traits: : 1 .
>, 'ol! B, ioi K H B, a :. It.I' "vl., : Bread. It's the I i O.1 :" j J .f.:: ,;h..:'.: ; Labels. W registered.. report whether Twenty.B patent yeah can experience. be- '

.. ,. 1 ,. .', i it'n I i-i -;,... t.':. .etured or not, ire."fees.r... OurtlIQtd1Je | German Mnch In Ears.
rr -I'II.of I t. -; III n....- Ht t way to kM! t Rets Confessed cf Us Pain. Karor aad:! KL ] .11:11! patent taallowed. 3 Jp.f e B_k Fr... ,
CO.. ."","". .at L w. The lndianapoU K> \\ that tbe
tllH i : art Ni n oats tRa -uuiatisut healthy i 8" su t'11 ,' : : I : .r H. B, WILL8OM ; I/B
In .
'j etil dally Opp .rat.vac* WASHINGTON I
.. Indiana Germans
ran ta, f 't-dort f it the RED 7T: .- p..f\d'lt': "' j .1. I' ; 111 wito "JIOTHIBV nuL'>>" b* may reotwm that state
magic healing climate.
a warm I for- birth of her arts child abe did not -I I to sound money. ".ETeI1ldmiUlDjoC that
I forget the w.rJ: F=(J', '. : J I '.\- i nSertnwB' .
.. niAS N0 CENTS
ivw<" S .J! -:imp for book of par- j I superintend mlown biking', and LIVER "' YH'. I I relieved >t tbpcr.ttc- boor-auffrrtae wtuioufclcly but WE HAVE 1.t ry+.etola. ea. Indiana ia for free silver now, .tvs
,MONS ) REA ( -
enian&: It ','u tapes evidence tat know I that for cleanliness aDd parity it'. ;: .' Mttie-cbe had no paiua afterward sad her s.e.ras w1ni..aL Mlan The New, "it does not at all follow
wUj eonvinee that B R U io the t. only one. anu ,* e-" ,--.. pecwterj was rauJUE aaaaabeffars tor. asaaio that is will be for free nlv,
you I a* ,ood as an>-and better than some E. jouxsTOK. Entaal. Ala. I L-.ry. r who n -lec
beet care: for &Ittood and Skin Pig J Je".r j Fie' h sure to N n. ". J Sent br Matt or Eipresm on receipt of lat.g warraa..t.ttdt.. 1:1 tion day rolls atoa. id. In that educational -
t'\'en' rooming, at your door. ALL N'P'. \ price:!, 51.osp.r ....u.. look; "To 3tothera" _ratTiie .41.t,t.. work the German will bear
eases dhoovered. Beware I a
of mailed Free. t ..late[. 1Yrft.
States said to "joat as good. 80h-I' M. J. LIPSEY, Biliausness and :'k., .. I BRnnELD KEGtLUOS CO.Atlaala. a.. txeu.log.aaluaar I large part. They are very much in ear'

per 1&J1e bottle I frvprtttor QnhAxi'i Bakvrr. Qut d in- a *.-i;''!', : .. SOlD BT AIL SKTOGSTl) ........ a stow aft,c.. nest in their opposition to free silver' I Il !

J.lI.ZelbD and influence j 1

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.. THE' TIMES-" EP \\.1 t
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POM05A 50TES.Dorrespondenc s St. Augustine ?s making r'-!''f dye-

'. Ten ..BerrJd. FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR HI fRI Way twelve mlles in length Seven

Mrs. Weeks started for her old home :; : How much is your time miles are-already buLt
-- ---
m South Carolina on -the 20th nit < ) worth? How much do D. L. II ncock, who wen from Orlando -

where the will speed a few weeks. We you value your strength? to HOQU, Te M, has turned,

wish her much enjoyment on her vasration. ltll r Is worth and state that be will hereafter' be
your money saving -
". content to remain in Florida.:
? Buya large package New Florida Northern Air Line -- -- - -

Bepresentatires of the English Syndicate of Proprietor. S. f. Cen1k;'. ...' ji.. Augustine -

has aujwl: the name of the

were much were pleased In town with last the Friday looks, and of ''r1 And Florida T nl :Line Casa"Ocean Mariana BeacE, Hotel on zc.r' : :: :.., :
their interest. here. -
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There was a muskmelon party at the William

place of Mr. Chas. Hutching last Tuesday a Powder has succeeded in rowi;...=."ujp

the 30th. Games were played and very large, horse mrHsh' roots upon his

rapes and muskmelons were disposed \ for 25 cents and you will a .,e oc-r; r "' .w:. i, a ...ag place from s* ed sent him f rnrrVa..h-
of much to the of the 11AH "ZJ i ;; I') ; 3ORTRIRIPOl5TL d..
enjoyment C y 9
A Q N ington. The f nxluc is iAid to be of

lost, and all the young opople reported savetimestrength'money.With .. .- to00 the beet .
this famous 2001 m 600p ., Lv..JeckeonyWe. Ar.... 9008......S OO 7 4O 1Yp very qualit.-
a very pleasant time. cleaner 24.1 44 op lOIIa 7 .. L.. ...Ynlee ..Ar IIUa....... 81Sp 64
The celebrated the Fourth by 3129 &2OP'a. SlO: ........ Ar......emantUD&.LT ...... 7308 ... 6 6 top A turtle weifbin g two hundred
boys every hour counts. Get a ...... I 35p lU7a 9ISp ...... .. .lI.ftfttt..Ar tf t2a. ...::. S r. ...... 1 CIOa ,
ringing the church bell in the early a 1 .. .. ... .. X g.w o ...... .. .... .. .._.Brnniwwt..Ly:. ...... 1110& ...... .... .. .. ... pounds was captured at I>ab' ) Beach
= package and try it. Sold ..... .. ..1218'" Ce Y 111:1 ...... ... 1'annab..L.. .......'O".a ...... .I ...... 12-&A
morning, with other ngHy demonstrations ...... .. .. ..1228p tro. 1121> .....LT..8.YaIlnab..Ar. .... 4sa...... 4i5.. ...... recently.

; also by a big fire on Olmstead everywhere. Made only by :::::: ::: :: .2. .Z =.::::::..Ar..Fairfax,8:: Ga
The N. K. Fairbank ......1...... 247 8'a 11:1a ..... I" ..Denmark-Se.. ...... tale...... i ...... ...... FOR SALE.Jaffa
point. Company, .... ...... 413 h o 400a.....1"I .Columbia.S C. ....... U 578 ...... 1180211........ ...... .
There were two boat races on Lake St. Louis .. .... ...... ..... ... : 104.8..I ".Spartanbnr C.S C. .. 15 .. .. ...... ......
Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia. ...... ...... ...... i I = 1 top .....1.. ..A'hevUIe.1'lC.. .:.... 2Up......: ... .. ..... Majolica, Burd IM.. .
Broward on the 4th, Homer Wakefield .. .. ..... Stop8258........ ...Cbarlotte.NC.1111Op ...... .... .. ...... ;
winning one and Holme's s Erwin the JUUUL .. .. .. .. .... 938pb 1O08..Sai..bnryNC" I...... ..1p ;..... I Ita ... ...... Parson Brown, tlld! no. ,
x 12o6p. a..Greeneboro NC 74 704a
other. :::: :: :::::: 12 1048p : a I a)p :: :::: : DanvUleYa.::: :::::: 6 O6 :::::: 5 boa .::::: :::::: I1omoAA, Rah RIOOct,
-- -- -- --- --- .. .. ..... OOai"':: '41'1> ....... 'a ..RJchll'ood. \'&. ...... : aa .... .....:
A number from here spent tho 4th .. .. .. ...... I Ma .o. S35p. .... .Lynchburg. \'&. ...... ( ...... ...... .Maltf'z. Biut'ti, M"*.. Sweet
.. .... ...... 3.;'::= 1O'p:! ..... .. ..(:barlottellrtlle" ..... ...... ...... ,
in Welaka, where a part of them held GO TO .. .. ..... IC2aII! ;= ttop ...... U ...Wwhtnaton.. ...... _.. ...... Washington :Ns.relt, hlve' .-d.- Nv ;lf,
.... ...... 6 oaa. a t! 1135p ..... Baltimore .. .........2 Z1 s....... ......
a pienic at the Spring and attendedthe .. .. .. ... oaeal gs: 2568....... .Philadelphia.. ........ ..... ...... Tangerines, Gripe Fruit
clay shoot the afternoon. ...__ .....::12631'1 4523& .. .. M "\ewYork..... ...... ............ Uaraies'Lenaon, En-,.kr ,
in Lomcu
pigeon ....._. ....._ .OOpI lOOp....... 'a ......Boeton..... ...... ._h. ......
The Beading Circle met at the home JOHN P. DUANEFOR Sicily Lemons, at 50 ct ju per )l1O.

of James R. Morrison last week:, AIM through Sleepers Tampa and New York. Also, Budded Tate not u\! to *>e-
:3:and 38 carry thrOugh Sleepers between Jacksonville: and Tampa and New Yerk.iegant .
where a part of the regular program )'' Through Day Coaches Jacuon.m. to CharloU.OII NoM aid 36. J. W. BALL, Palatka, Fla.

taken and the rest of the
was up evening --

was speut in reading books. HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. County and City Directory.

Miss Helen Eames is on the sick: -. To St. Louis, Chicago Sioux City.
>. Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage ..;:: Chicago Toledo ..2: coax rY Ol'l'tcaat:
1 st. R. ft.i a.2 I Detroit. Cleveland, 3 35Y t;?: No. 86 | t No. 33
'J o5:", AMl vIllA, Nashdpi. o"* Judge Criminal Court of HeeolNl- I'Wigg.
tiA Tillo and Indianlapolls tiA 90pm: LT.. .JacksonTille.... .ArSOUamLT 00am .
If a small bottle of baker DigestUe xU till I .... ...AtlantaLT. .
a a 1050pm2KVpm
12 CENTS PER POUND. ; I I ; County SoUeItor-B.I". Catkeu.
Cordial does don't } a i o 1220pm LT......Birmingham.. ..,LT819pm
good buy
you a LT..... Holly Springs.... LT 720am Oerk-J. N. BlackweH.
large one."Prove. : 8 20a 6 boom LT JacksonTille.Ar 9 00am..... 716am LT.s" Louis .... ...LT 780pm730am Judge County Court-M. I. Cox
} cents. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF, BESTdrra, 12jc 10 57a 15pm Ar....Ererett...'...LT445p awn: t OOp 2 Opm I.T.........Chicago... ......LT I &\\pm _T. W.
: County Commiai Tliwapton.
all things; hold fast that and 15: cents.GrFRF.E 260am Ar .. .llaoon. ..J.v 1180pm835pm 627p1055a 740pm LT.........Dubuqao.........LT '
Chairman 8.J. H. John
C. GOcbiUt.
.... IO0amLy..SiouxCity..Lv 00pm ; Kennerty.
which is good." It's not good for ev. 7SOp 560am Ar Atlanta..LT ...... ........
10OOp 730am LT..Atlanta..... 130pm 700a 1240pm LT Birmingham Ar1620pm 315pm Hancock,John 1Iarft). Tb Board meet Ui.
crypodr, only for the thin, pale, tick, AND PROMPT DELIVERY. _4 IQa 12 H>pm Ar Chattanooga._" _8 06pm _12 101. 62OpmAr..Kaasaa,1ty.Ar........Memphis...............LT. lOSOam700a slam first Thursday In each month.

weak and weary. For those who are ---A .... .. 160pm! Lv....Atlanla.... 180pm Clerk Circuit Court-Joseph Price.
.. .. .. f 06pm Ar Chattanooga. 745pm S lOp Through Pullman Sleeper between Jackson- Sheriff-John >V.Itagan.
starring for want of digested food. For .. .. 716am A r .Cincinnati.. SWlpm; 830p and Cincinnati. CeantyCollectnr-FrankC. runchxnl.Co .

'>those who cannot get fat or strong, becanse .BtyTr M rerB.. L Ltliimthal.CouBty .

their stomachs do not work as Yacht Sails Nos. 36 and 85' carry through Pull ASHEVILLE ROUTE, AiMMor! -W. M. William*.
Rigging ileeper between Jacksonville )1.)
they ought to.These man Between JacksonTille and Cincinnati. prrtoor of R MratioB- II. nytfay.
and Cincinnati. BOARD or PUBLIC L. 8'rhlT'r"*
are the people millions of Dr. E. s. Ct81. QLalraaIa' Juror loli4.
:No. 88's connection carries sleeper Lv..Savannab..A 453am
them, whom Shaker Digestive Cordial t'.. We make a specialty of high-class Yacht Sails and Atlanta to Chattanooga. 1115pm 400am Ar.........Columbia.... ,.....L Ulram H.J. Fowler. The. W. Balph, 8ecrItarJ.
....... ..
04.Vm Spartanbnnr. LTLT S20pm Board of P bHc InstrrMkmThos. -
,ill cure. Rigging-and guarantee our sails to fit perfectly. Passengers can remain at Chatta. 12 45pm f ......Henderson vule..:::: 357pmnooga Superintendent

Food makes strength, muscle, brain, Send us dimension of your boat and we will scbmv In sleeper until 7 a. m. 413pm 14<>pn> Ar.Ar............. Hot.A.bevine..Lv Springs. .. ....LT 13 215pm 40pm W. Ralph.CITY OrrCERS.Miyor .

blood connections for and 725pm Ar.... .... .KnoxviUeLexington..........LTAr seam
enerxy-after it is digested. Ifnot sail and estimate her outfit. Close Chicago -Georf'K. Gay.
plans on complete 425am Ar... ... ..... ....L 1941amNos.
digested it will do you no good at Westerr points 719amAr.| .........(.1nd DatL........ ) 800pm City Clerk-R. Cooper.
Assessor-Peter Gardner.

Ootteetor Dr. B. E. Morgan.

alLShaker Digestive Cordial helps your Flags and Teats, d. 111, No. t South and Went Florida and New a and Nos. 10 Treuum-Geo WeOer.CMef .
VaR7.Daily.. Orleans. of Pdjce){. J. Troetnaa
stomach Daily.N
to digest your food and cures
CMef FIn W. VTerU.
indigestion permanently. When you've Nets ........ 4.1am x:;.Fernandina.............ArAr ..T. 520pm333pm Sa I'artmetl-Georp
hq aod ++ ... .... >Cm LT..CalIahaD......... ... .. rlJ:
tried a small bottle you can; tell. NN 11111111N1pW1h > a> s. tlflpm 9Uam T.T............Jacksonyn'Ie..Ar: 7 345pm amp: GEM CITY OCARDS
Sold _.J.J ? HUpm1137pm Yam Kaldwin .... ....... .LTTaTares. I 24'Vpm 18 Go Company C,Fourth Battalion T. S.T.
by druggist Trial bottle 10 (/) 0 11 l&tm1211am .................hurke. ....." tir7am'131pm g3 S H. 11. DEMOJiTJiOU-I.N CaytaiBW.
cents Goods. (/) 1160am "........Waldo.. ....." 440am360am 106pm1130am "
.__ ___t' 4" i v .. 12CpmA30pm ... Galnesrille ES....." .... 0s. C0 y P. HOUSE u B.
_._ ...... ".............CedarKey.......... : ... 719am '+
ILfDtuck,'. Best. t .- Send 6c. (sumps) for new Illustrated Catalogue ? i2 Clam 12C6umlV4pm ". Hawthorne ._:::: 1215pm trj BENEVOLENT: AND OTHER SOCIIOTIYS.MASONIC. .
.. 130am "............ Cirri ..........." 3 OKam it 45pra ML .
In our colums of this issue will be ..c..c =s:: .2Wpm223pm ". .." .... . ...... p
-CEO. B. CARPENTER & CO. llW2Tam "....... ....S11nTSprings.. ............" I45am1106pm G Palatka Lodge, No. 34. T. &: A M_Meet
found the advertisement of the R. Mon. a> :JoJ; .... .... .... ... .. Homosassa .... ........... ....... ... .... First awl Third Monday nifbu III the month
arch Bottling Co. of Owensboro Ky. 02s 204. 206.20a Sc Water St. CHICAGO ILL ++ 363am 3_ ..WOdwood... .... .... ." It Olpm 1006am e.e
Co O C s:: 546am I ,' .1.................LeeabulJt .... .... ......" 10 3:1pm 1 Slam g = at TdO o'clock.
who are bottling their famous brands, a> S36JUS10am 24jpm .. ..... ...... ... .... .... .... .9 >pm Slam WALTER THOMAS W. M.
a>.J s.J S43pm696cm .::.. ........ .OrlandoWlnterTark. ............" 700pm1044pm 74Aam720am 8 LOUIS FALK Secretary.
lie. Monarch and Kentucky Club, Otto. Schaffer hermit farmer of 0 .. .... ...... ......... ....... ...." .. 0 CD
a Houses (I) 461am618am 4Wpm43V ".... ..... ..St. Catherine... ........" 22am00am 6 Putnam Chapter No. V, R. A. MMeets Second -
(hand-made Sour Mash Whiskies) at Butler county, Missouri, was recently of all kindsto ._ U) E >mS4ipm .. ... .... ......Lacoocheeriant .....". ... ....... 1016pm !It and Fourth Monday nights
the distillery. They have some oldgoods a JJ 537am64Tam 441pm ".... ........ ..Dade City............ .." S 66pm Ham H. P.
killed by lightning. In preparing the ro "........ ...... City. .......... S42pm730pot 74uun700am ... W. P. ANDERSON
in stock from five to ten years body for burial it was found that Schaf- Rent or for sale, s::: o bn rto C 786am 638pm I ".... ....... ...Tampa .... ........." xclC THEO ..A.'mERSOS,8eem.u,.

old, and we would ask our readers if inDeed The deceased :: '- 60pm SlfamLv..Jacksonville............" 760am t 15am340pm Ry':
of for fer was a woman. was Thos. H. '- Q) 104pm 11 Bam'Ar.... .... ..... Lake City.... ........ ... 536am 2 r Council of R. &: S. H" Palatka lIfo.eeta
something personally or an ex-soldier and had participated in Keating, U = J2lbml11Jpm" .. .. .... .Lire Oak..............." 448am346am 164 4m :.l' .3 fourth Wo4DeaKl.I71.a each Month.
family use in this line to give these .- L OOam Upm .... .. .... .. .....ltadieon........ ......... 1 66pm40am s a. 3 a C. E. HA81CE1X.T. t U. M.
many battles. The Grand Army veterans .__:: > ro 430am630am 23Cpm. | ............... Montieello330pm .... .... ....... 230am124.5am I D =1- W. P. ANDERSON Reo.
whiskies a trial. Remember the goods Lemon Street. ; .......... .....Tallahassee............" 14.'lam' 820pm ..
S turned out and gave the womana U .... .... 430pm',' ".. .... .... .....Quincy........... ...." .. .. r.:
tits BOTTLED AT THE DISTILLERY, and soldier's burial. 9Upm'' ',.... .......River Junction.... ..... .... 12 Olam ........ .'" ;-! PALATKA C010LCmUY. No. S. K.T.
the Through Pullman 1100pm ...... .... ..... .J>B'acola306am. ...... .... ...." .60pm216pm .. .. ... t I::! Sr. Kt E.K.HASREU,E.: C.
are selling the consumers ,in S. CHILDS. .leepenJacUonyi1le: ...... .... ........ ..... ... B. Recorder.
small packages to get their brands Mayor Lande Brown has made an of- to New Orleans. 735am! ".... .... ... New Orleans .. .. .... .. .... 9 Slam.... .... .. Sr.

further introduced in this section. fer to the negroes of Green Cove !i Order of the Eastern: 5ur-Ht.., third and

Spring to contribute 100 standard books : t Dally except Sunday. Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg. Manatee River and Key fourth Thursdays of each: E.mouth.MATTIK MCLARTY. W. M.

John Evans died in North Kissim- per annum for the next five years if PIANO FORTES West and Havana steamers. Steamer "Manatee" for all points on Manatee river. At Starke MAUDE V. McKKXZIE. Secretary.
for LaCrosse. At w ** for Meiro Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks.Carabelle AD of above ua Masonie Han corner Lemon
glee a few days ago. He ,was an Englishman they will maintain a library, with a and Apalachicola =at Hirer auction for Chattahoochee BiTer steamers. Connects at and Front streets.
Ocala for HomoHansa.
by birth but had been a resident good responsible committee in charge. And AU baggage will be checked from Union Depot Tickets will be sold at the city ticket office, Lo.o.r.
enthusiastic ORGANS. :!llogan street as wen as at the Union Depot ticket office.
of this state for a lopg penod of The people are very J. E.: MARSHALL, Pioneer Lodge NO.23 L 0.0.r.-Meet! every

Tears, being identified with; the early over the mayor's offer, and regardit Ticket Agent 262 West Day street,corner Hogan,Jacksonritle. Fla. TneMlay d jit. L. ('. 81 rpHENS, N. O
N. 8. rEXNINGTOX.Traffic Manager. v A.O. lUcDOMLL.Oen.I'a" Agent.
.history ot the state, and hiDing fought as very opportune, following as it rlA iO TDNLNG A GREAT SPE- T. W.lU.LPH. Secretary.
)(f'1Dben" the Fraternity when visiting th*
through both the Indian Wars of 1830 does the Peabody Normal School.A CIALTY. with ,
city are invited to meet M
and 1846. He was about sq<) years old. '
I II I -
Viennese professor says smokers Mr. CI1ILDS was traveling salesmanand a KNIGHTS? DONOR

Mr. James W. .Sanders,4! the phosphate -I are not as subject to diptheiia and oth tuner for twenty ytars for P. P. Southern Harmony Lodge. N., 2TO-MeeU First am*

miner and farmer, bear Ocala, er throat diseases as people who do not Werlein's great Sou.hern music houseof 4- Third Wednesday of the month
New Orleans. Mr. Werlein madea : I W. It WARREN: Dictator.
was caused considerable Uss by some smoke, the chances being twentyeightto public assertion that Mr. ChIlds was J.B4DONNELLY. Reporter.

miscreant opening the gate to a ten- one in their favor. The smoke, he the best piano tuner in the city of few Railway. K. OF P.

acre com patch near the place' known says, destroys the bacteria that may be Orleans. St.Johns :Xodge, No. t, K. of -Meets erery

AS the "Mysteries of OakhuVst Cattle taken into the mouth. We have heard Mr. GUILDS keeps the best and Thursday Night. C. J. BOUNOLR, C.; r.

v entered and almost ruine Headquarters at RYAN'S Mammoth Cntf.rmRank K. of P. No.4-Meets fee drill
must be a ptctty robust microbe that j I house furnishing! Emporium, No. 37Lemon PULLMAN every Second and FMrtti Wednesday nights, at
Mr. 22orthworthy, of SotubsWe, on can stand a tobacco fumigation street.Residence THROUGH DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING Anuory. .
A. C. HAtRIt'K.l\r. Kt Cptaln.w
the Gainesville and Gulf Hamock railroad bath in tobacco ..1 DU.D....: and Musical Conservatory CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES L. RILES: se. Ii t. .ae.t.:
EubaDse.I ,
west of McIntosh, h4. 40 acres of -FIrst street,second door from McLar-
that will make The teachers of ? county ty's store.
coru good judges
say I : : : 1L.-Prepbel. C. tRowtoa
seventy bushels to the acre. have organized the IIill boro County PALATKA FLA. D. Uchteiiber, 8aetteM/sl.r C. LoniK,'
Senior bagamere Jeff Hag Sag
Teachers' Associations and Prof J. T. NORTU AND EAST. NORTH AND 1EST.a more: W.& N (eut. ciu.t ,.. ltee.md.; 'en r

On June 27, near SofJppy' Miss Dickie of Plant Citj i* prvsideut; Mr.. E. .. .HASKELLX MerwfnKeeper!a Brat four of Monday U Mk|nicho.
Mary Wood, who was visiting her sis Mary Fowler of Tarpon Sorincs, vice- .,38 Ye.tt.34 N..13vs. n.. ?4.. .7AU brethren cordially farrted tt; attend.

ter, Mrs. John Simmons, was instantly president; Miss Maggie McKay, Tam- A VVYEBOffice Trains Daily. 'td Pa.t All Trains DaD,.. aDd 'rtortda,.... G.A. JL ,
Mail. CI."I Esp
killed by a passing southbound C. T. pa, Secretary and Treasurer.MARVELOUS Yetena Post, No. Department if F->rida t i
& G. train. The blew and Mers third and fovrth Tnontday ni bta
Post' Ream send < rlii t i. k
rang$ the alarm, and 'she stepped from : RESULTS. hon s: 0) a.m. to 5 p. m., and L.J'ck'ytne, r.a&Pa 850 Lv.JacksnyU3e.Erorctt,rlostbero F. C. A. P. 120 6 30 pm m S 010 30 emLv am ta G.su.ry L. FOX. C'jmmander.:

evening 6 to S. Ever.tt. F.C. A P"........S 015 pm ; W.8.NUGENT.Adistant.NATIONAL -
the center of the track ad turned to From a letter written by Rev. J. ern 810an
Office moved to Second street, next Lv Sayan'.h,r.G&P-.2 36 Pm 1Ly0clumttaSonth'a pm AtlantUintsSan 5 815 pm

see the train when it struct Jier, dash Gunderman, of DimonJale, Mich., we door to Methodist Church. .......- 5'.S COO am VhalanooRa." 12 55 pm 4IS ampndnnatt FRATEBJimr.
ing out her braiD are permitted to make this extract j p JJ.A TX&, FLORIDA. A. CharIotte.8oath'n ........ 20 p 185 am All Ai yh.m,y.,Sea Q._era. 8t ri pn 7.....pear .. Gem City Lodge, No. 36. meets in Dr Welch's

.. "1 have no hesitation iu Ar Wa.h'g'nSoath'a ........ 42 six 9 40 p Memqbt.. K.C. M.a& 10 20 .... .. BaU. over Tte.e.-lMnIal 1'riatiug office, at 9
reconmeod-1) ArBelttmorsPiRR...........8 123 Ban.UtyK C..F.5M. 1 20 ... ...... /etoek po m.. ererr eeosxl Wednefday in the
Ing Dr. King's New Discovery as the j
...... ... .. .. month R. J. BILK. Guaroiae
almost ArPbiaphia.P.R R. S $OOam :..,. .... : ,
Sa4ePaying results case of were my wife. While marvelous I was in pastor the i'' John J Little.DEALER ArN.wTork.P+. ......... 63oamt : ,... ... ... .. .. ,:. :: ..: B C. LANNING AecountaAt.

of the Baptist Church at Rives Janetion Non. 9 4t
Through th. a ...d of lb. Sky. 11 Dsllyee
she was brought down with pneumonia '!; POULTBYTPURE
La Terrible iU1s. C. -. p 1
succeeding Gnppe.
: IK- Ssyannah. : u QUICK: TIME TO ALL
Doctors' paroxyisms of coughing would last i Qc4omha, Sonthurn. .. 830
hours with little interruption, and it { $p.rtaab.rg. .11 am POINTS NAMED.
Bills seemed if she could #.r A.Aeytl., Eat.1.. 2 s) pmLy. BRED STQ
as not survive
Ales Wines LiquorsAnd .A.heTWe, lkn Tim... 130 pea
them. A friend recommended Dr. : SpmAra
BOTANIC King's New Discovery; it was quick j (lndunaati,Q. 0................. 71c BARRED PLYMOUTH R' 'f'KS.
in its work and highly ratirtactory in Short train I.avea Fv relt for Broa.'ai k at 790 a. m.daffy. 'I1t.r-.r Pan deeper BROWN and WUIf; LEoHUltXS,
$ BLOOD BALMTHE j results." Trial bottles free at Acker-' CIGARS. Jackaoavllti to( neilnnkf, pis Aab ytU.Forfull .

GREAT "REMEDY nun & Stewart's Drug Store. Regular j information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway EGOS tor Hatcma 5fl per 13; tnret

FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES me 50c and 100. 916 BBRGEK ST., BEOOKLTX, N. Y System, or its connections. settings, S2.50; five settings, U.
Bat .... u.ay raw 5, ..- I Fowls shipped at single express rate]
.. ... !
rww- N,-is -IM.gr UILIJ s M State Superintendent Sheats will beat I Take Bergen. Street Carat the Brook W. A. TURK. W.H.OEEE5, J. Id. GULP, 8. H. HAEDWICK, -ALSO--

SCROFULA. ULCERS. ECZEMA. the following$ summer schools on the t yn Bridge; it passes the door. O.a.Pas Afent, Gm Saperintendent Traffl*Vanager. Art O n. Pan Aft.Vahiacton ., DEDICATED Fisn
: Always pleased to receive mv Pa \ ,D.C Ws.b4jtao.IXC Wad gten.D. C ..Atlanta. ,
BHCVBATtSIt CATARRH ERUPTIONS, dates given below for the of
purpose YEA MEAL and
... *. M.M* .f tATTHO. ,,STUADTJIO.. I latka friends. myl5- V. D. ALLEN
aOJr1f... euau hit.., sr w., rw ui I giving examination forrtate certificates MICA. CBY-TAL GaiT
wad imnta **m .e.,4 r u..un hr, 11.- Florida Pasaengflr A r nt,
roan kMM bt SV ra.w.yMaprr : to such as may apply for same:-Green i i KOTICE.I 2U Wet Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Write for pikes to

SEHT FREE worn a "L.au. Cove Springs, beginning: July 14; Tensacoia ;I WaKT every mss and wnmaa In the United. June 21st, 1896.
BLOOO BALM CO,AHmU.Ca. States interested la Ue opium and Whi kyaahtU C. UAILL1E
beginning July 21 ; Crawford- to haT one of mT boots OB these dieates. *- ,
.. Address B. M. WooUey. Atlanta, Via., I nol Interlachen
I yule, beginning July 2$. FIa.
bos *52, sad 9Jat will be Seal lOG trICe a



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WeakIrritableTired( citizens telephoned to a party In Pa SHOULD EVERY KNOW FAMILY THAT. EDGAR KOTES. I I. ... O'- '- "'''' T..cr'r''T.r.rI. :: ...

Jatka liTo go to blues!" Since then Correspondence Times-Herald. ,

"I Was No Oood Earth." your correspondent has examined all of Mr. Joe 1
on B. Morgan, of this village, Tabules.
the best educated geographers as to the i Ripans
departed for Boston last week. I| ,
Dr. Miles Nervine strengthensthe location of that place, and none can
Mr. W. J. Vause of Johnson was in I j
weak, builds up the broken telL If this good citizen had telephoned -
Edgar last Tuesday.Mrs Visa '-i o a n>i>/ U'O-Ht OQ with eight slioaptltni, which whenrui
down constitution, and permanently to the party to "go to bell"anybody
I ,uLItoII \ <* ia sCelsit IU t idle .t'1tef'U.
Geo. W. of this gruq
cures every kind of nervous disease. could have told where he desired Morgan village I

U.rw.tf!1......., .1waa: dQrfted.stth the fe'loif to 140. west to visit her father, Mr. J. II. i toJ 3J":1 t.1 I\J: ::-t; fJ. 'i ;' 1E'i11

..,,.,....,.,.f!.,,. sle .r,..,?tea., The Fourth was celebrated here by Haiucbeck, of Kankakee,EL, about a J I : )P YtJ:3r.J'l, lJ JirABI'LtI, [ i ; ",

Creeping sensation in my leg. Americas in fine The month ago. When she went away we I| u v i > u 'U- : >. )' :
Slight palpitationmy heart, Young style. Me RIPAtiS TABULES
hits A 3' JJ13:: l.3 CUE:*. -
Jtl.tractin0" esatfuaI.n.f thewrt..d, I boys started out at 3:30 a. m. with firecrackers all thought she wonld soon return to i

JSertiHts toss ... lapse of memory toy pistols and other noisy Edgar, but we are sorry to hear that ,' I' r.t- !if<*i.tttf U 4tt6)'T. If J ss. lab RIPAH3 TABQLB5like
freighted ,fwn with care and iCFFLatiratii:>> urn lUlU. -

-..-rr. I completely lost ..ppnlleA demonstration, winding up with a ft a verb rrork.kr.retnefr,bath tut FffTEKNAL : she does not intend returning. Mr. j .1 'tr ," 'UI.i 1 &hf t 411 H.r.fUaDl.. .. :
ruI frlt.v vitality wearing.ut, pic-nic and fire-works at night.: A flag mud EXTERNAL use and w.a.dertal Morgan: and family expect to go to :; Or THE STOXiCH ( RJPAHS TABOLE3pronptly t ,
S was weak, irritable and tired, was displayed athaif-mart head on the Lu 10 e.lck utJea t. distraa.fi Boston, Mass., where Aim. Morzau, ;!
/I* rr<0ke was r'f4t1H41.IIO I**., Pllin-Klller ::::can for. R.r. Ripens! P-J.lltH act ,antsy bat ( .iDIa lha Live. dttuwa'I \
wharf beveral made the to Pa- C. t h., will join them. We are indeed borty
.,.. e *. Jn .
l'oeil. n cr
CliIIU, Diarrhea* Dy *Bi,rr. Ln.. I all iatattins : "'e-s(5s9 the ififiem effauatlly; cara dyspaptts'is t5451 -
A friend brought latka, returning in good shape. One CkUr,and.U JtotfH CtMXamM.Nlrk to hear of their intention to go.
TIIafE. Tr.edr { 0 ,att.I'H'. n. r d'l'siva truth 1nI hsa 1801'1': Os+ T..BJLIC: hko '
me Dr.Miles'boor;. PalnKll1er Mr. J. A. King and family of Keuka
man was completely full of "patriotic ka.wa for t+eaPick. at the flr+t in UtHthl )flrl UIaid-D, bill r:llndss, dul.sss: dlscr+ss after
"New Ffccta.and "Ftsrtbag andI ardor," and desired his wife to kiss himas .ack"....!!.IU..alt.a"II.a1.rh.._, 4 fmim.raJ.l.I. the. were visitors of Mr. Geo. W. Mo can's I eating o.. i)-.HI)11 d Wits, wig sa.ely sat q'1fcltt, ,...n H. the

flBtlly ddde he steadied himself by hanging on to Paln-Klllcr BE hl r last Sunday. I I whole alm o1tl. *t

to try a bottle of i her shoulder. He got his inspiration plan/.Itennp.P *<'y.adpuoieatraw Mr. W. B. Edgar, of I i I RI nn? Ti! ,n to, U" o"41srel frsm j-irHt. the ,.tr1 'Y '1..1 by
lliuu' IorUTe ***, Cmli; Hrral.,
M. -
Nerving- in Palatka and was a happy man. Another tl.r.T. Ham, 1aPainKlllcr to go North 1'1" week or ''I i i the CMS! p.lysiciaiu: *al .,-** uiiKl ia the fora'1)st sprrv91; bY

Before I bad taken fellow, full of patriotic "4bujj :'fi .;at : very glad to hear that he modern science t
'>MI bottle I could .. juice" wrung the neck of an old set M..le.(kct all slat..u F..wutiBf..r. Pia.ter a. 41elB. hail.r.&..,sad.fo ..., turning with his family. I I iii If given a f"lr trial Rip-ias Tbaei! are aa I lofalUbtftia eur... titer eon r

alum u well u ft hen the and is ksnd.and.gP.-1.1..aUF.r exaeraaUr Edgar! It will be a town y I i notntng injurious *n 1 are aa eooaoavotl! UCl t1y.
ie'r-old' 001 )1'7 ting picked carcass, with MrtalBir r IUf.
appetite returned supposed to have had"fried chicken"for IS RECOMMENDED Mrs. W. M. Barnhash I i
/Aytfefcnu..br jriMtonorte*. by ifiMttJtodtanict ....., ;
greatly iacrekaed. dinner. Federal Point is not de- ,br Nvrtet*.HotpUalt.BY visited the Misses Morgan I ONE GIVES ELIEF.A
P hen I had taken the fixth bottle .
EVEHYOODY.itMlf Mrs. Joe B.
void of ardor "by full. .
patriotic a jug
increased t 179 b
Jig freight td c

The mentation steadied fIt my lefff was pne J. F. Pa.ln-Klller* port wlth.,a nf9'>f .fit and ftwtear := Johnson her relatives but now at Cone of Edgar before, i qne.rt box will be sent, postage, paid oa receipt ot 50
try nene eatnpletelyfJfy
afford ta b wttbent thtatavalaabla
WI4. amUr ca> cents
meutory was fUg restored. Just What's Needed remedy IB r.t.bosf' prtc.br1nc North. i byRipans
tt wlUlB tt. r ach will annuallyav
My train scented elearerthan erer. Exclaims thousands of people who Biaay tlmw Its cwt U doctor Mile. Miss Georgia C. Morgan i
JT felt as"...,as anyntant.n earth ...., of Imilutioa. TaU MM ba &M Chemical Co.
J>r. Miles' ILeat.rattre.Yerrtne itA. have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this I'IIIl"UJaT>>.T..." Maggie Johnson of Johnson : i ,

great medicine, I assure y.u.M Mr. Edward Price, of
Augusta Me.. WALTIH E.BCKBAHE.I season of the year, and who have \ 10 Spruce Street, New York, N. Y.
Steamer Geo. W. Clyde took out of: perambulating around Edgar {
>r. Mflss* Nwrtua Is wed on a pr ltTruranteetbt noted the success of the medicine in Local druggists everywhere supply the Tabalej: If req nested to do so.
the first bottle benefit. of New
will Jacksonville recently fifteen carloadsof Mr. C. a. Edgar,
All d niKgbu sell Jt at a.ft bottles for S3.or &giving them relief from that tired feel- l They are Easy to Take Qiiok to Aot and Save many a Doctor' Bill.LODDEN .
it twMtnL. receipt of price watermelons and 1,500; crates of rived at Edgar last week and
7 bet In'.lWM Addis.1 .. Elkhart. lad. trig; waning appetite and state of ex- pineapples.A nesday for the North. T T T ""..L".L"" T T 7: T T T 7: "T.Iw -r;,;='r..l.T'' -

Dr. Miles'\ Nervine treme exhaustion after the close confinement Mr. F. H. Vause of "

o( a long winter season, the force of men, with long armed
Restores Health busy time attendant upon a large and I scoops have removed the sand bar this place last Sunday. & BATES SOUTHERN MDSIG HOUSE

- pressing business during the spring near the Clyde Line wharf in Jackson- How's This I ,

FEDERAL POINT. months and vacation time yet some ville. We offer One Hundred

weeks distant. It Is then that the build- ward for any case of Catarrh 3avanzzah. Gn,.
Pat Collins, a diver fQund in the
OorreIpoD4e CIII1'tmee-Heraid. ing-up powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla not be cured by Hall's
river at Pensacola Saturday a brass
are fully appreciated. seems perfect
cannon about twelve feet long and
"IloboV criticism of J. F. In the adapted to overcome that prostration weighing about two thousand pounds. We, tbe undersigned,

last week's issue of your piper would caused by change of season, climate or It is as bright as a dollar.Children. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE

be unworthy notice only as he expresses > life, and while it tones and sustains the believe him perfectly ,
of the SOUTH
the feeling of the controlling I)stem, it purifies and vitalizes the business transactions, and : _
Cry able to out '
element that has controlled this State blood. by their carry firm. any DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWX*

for many years. Immigration has been -...- Pitcher's Castoria. WEST ; TRUAX, Wholesale ,besides the other renowned makes, which we handle since years?

invited to come in. and large sums of The big artesian well at Port Tampastill -- Toledo, Ohio. Do vou know that we have our own Factory in New York, employ our

the people's money have been appro goes down, only salt water so far. Col. D. G. Carey-Elwes from the WALDINO, KINKAK & skilled workmen and can Rive you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR '

pnated to Induce such immigration, A very peculiar rock formation has just Conway neighborhood brought the Or Wholesale Druggists, THAN EVER LUDDEN BEFORE& BATES : and invite
We refer to the PIANO cheerfully
londo Star lull blown cotton bloomof Hall's Catarrh Cure is
beeu like
through, looking maple
and when they come how are they gone .
treated? The most infamous and outrageous sugar and is so porous that after it is the lonz staple variety He has four and nally mucous acting surfaces directly upon of We are prond of the Piano that bean our name. You will be proud and

stock laws are enacted; impossible full of water one can blow the water acres of this which promises well Price 75c. per Dottle. Sold to possess one.EASIEST.

fence laws are enforced, andIhe out of it. The wen is down 1,100 feet. Severel of his neighbors have more or gists. Testimonials free. TERMS. LOWEST PRICES.

immigrant is Insolently twitted ofcoming There are numerous small wells in less cotton planted. Shark from ten to twelve onv11te Enoch, CEO, };. BRADNACK.

Port Tampa. Bradford Telegraph: During the lat: II 18 W. Bay st. M t .
from foreign States and debarred are caught daily from the ., "
from the recognition his Intel- --..+.- I strawberry season Mr. J. S. Griner, of: I II sacola with hook and line.DsLEov. CHAS. E. ROWTON. Sole AgentWor Palatka.

ligence and standing; would guaranteehim There's no risk for you In buying the I, Brooklyn, shipped 700 bushels of

in any other section of the world. BUCKSK REECHE3. No risk for berries. ____________
the dealer In'lelling th tn. If there's ,
This feeling permeates almost every any kind of weakness or fault about The Floriba Niagara Vineyard is MESSRS. LiPPMAN:! Bnos., St George Hotel

section of the State to the extent of sending out a fine lot of fruit by ex- P. P. P., Savannah Ga.: ,
them another pair
you get or
social ostracism and lack of protection I. your press. It toes to Sanford,Jacksonville,
I have used
money back. We don't run risk :-
in the courts. The stock laws alone of any Augusta Georgia, and other places, being CENTRAL ORANGE STREET
I ourselves. We know they are all right tles of P. P. P. I was
this Stale are sufficient to condemn the I consigned to special agents of the
-know they are the best working pants crown of my head to the Under Entire New
whole of it and everlastingly disgrace I vineyard who will attend to the disposing !feet. Your P. P. P. has Management.
that can be had,at any price. &
the people who have enacted them. of it. It is packed in very attractive I of and
breathing smothering J .lS.. CK4l\II3I.-JjJ:: I
The immigration that has come to this There is the largest crop of fruit at shape. tion of the heart, and relieved .

State, as a rule, do not desire to engage Hollister be fore known. Pears .
ever and WM.ttDr.1Wee. s.7'Ilaving pain; one nostril was THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, CLEANED and RE-FURNISHED la

in stock raising; they come hereto Kelsey plums are in waste. It is unfortunate years, uow I can breathe department, making the accommodations first-class, and cuisine unex-

grow oranges aud other fruits and for the people that there is no resigned the office of State Electric lights, excellent sewerage and pure water. Having been
labors have Attorney, 1 have resumed the practice readily.I with the hotel business for yean the present management feels sure
truck. Their
garden money market for their fruit. At a reasonable of law in all ii''z ive*. have not slept on pleasing his patrons. tS*Rates, 81.50 and 2.00 per day.LiltiePutnam .

brought million of dollars to the price it would bring more m fey \- W. H. Wioo. two years, in fact dreaded to __ _
State. Towns and cities have been in this section than ever the orange Office No. 1 Shelly Building, opposite come; now I sleep soundly Beguter.'I
them. have made Court House Palatka. Fla. .
built up by They did. sition all ne_ht.
garden spot of many of the waste The Saloon.
I am 29 years old, but
places. They have brought in their II The U. S. uov't Reports IPAlATICAon be able to take hold of the

intettigence, their thrift and their sjjow Royal Baking Powder les; I feel proub; I was
this In ,,, """" '
done all
money. They have I e : m'rfor>> '"t) ehCharles to get P. P. P., and I -
spite of the "Hobos," who, ala l are
mend it to my friends and Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped
more numerous than profitable. A Segul had two of his pigeonslet he

whole volume could be written detailing loose at Oak Hill last week. They generally.Yours -WITH--r
returned t o the cote at St/-VLagnstine llicldircct Hue respectfully All the Latest
the ad experience of these immi- A. M- and Most Improved Bar Fixtures.

grants who have been deprecated upon In two hours and thirty minutes, flying,
of travel between
by the worthless stock that is so highly the distance at the rate of a mile in two George; Haverly, a A Finely Assorted fstock of
Key West threatens to
r prized. Hobos that have not a dollar's minutes. --- ------ Nw York wife and policemen, who Whiskies, Bur Daiustic: ail l IJJutei i CI ire. Trtujjj SI:,, St f t. .
worth of land; poor natives who
Beacon lights along the Indian river rest him, and yet he is
are even dependent on the bounty of C iI. HERR3. PROP.
were discontinued June 30. They are at will. .
these despised immigrants, will get

together lock of hogs and turn loose misted greatly.-, .-- ---- Havana Lemon Street f. Pal atka. Fta

in a community when they know the Bananas went fowatd last week from -. I .

people are not fenced to protect their Loins,i'i h'.lnrM* fl*** sin('th- *".*..

crops. Cattle owners have been knownto They were shipped from T. O., Rxmakl'' ..-VIA... '
drive their+ stock thirty miles into a place. 'r MRS M P. BIECKS ;

settlement where stock never ran be- Jacksoiyille, *JMANUFACTURER

fore, and watch at night, armed with
shot guns in order to force their vile
Tampa and OF A OF
cattle on to the "new comers" who LININGS

were not protected by proper. fences. 1 WHALEBONES and OA_ :

Hog owners are Known to toll then AT TOR I [ Y A I L HIfyOrriCK Key West BEST CORSETS (R. &; 00' ; ,

lean stock into a neighborhood where
,GRILL BLOCK over Foot ffleP COATS' COT TON 4 cents.SPOOL .
hogs are not allowed to run at large Pahtka.Florida. fd Railway.A And Othe
and fed them there, aod then lay be- SILK LADIES' tTI

hind a tree armed with guns and pistols t hIr I. A CHILD'S CAPS BEST

so as to be ready to take dire vengeance VRirYAt-pts CORNER LEMON AND FO STREETS.

on the fruit-grower should he at, ..i w only aa.daw and HONEST SHORS at -
molest these pets of Satan. Just look 1 \-;,i t.. t04. w l..a. saw.... W.., I Ii south CROCHET BILKS. WORK. HORSE SHOEING t
/ 11kd I. IW4.I G.44 .ND?
... .
and examine the lawsretarding -'" .h U. n Ta
over our statutes .. Lino
.. ... a.A. ..dw.a wl.M. CROCHET COTTON, white
........ ... .
the running at large of all l .1.' ._" IN-J4rt>.".tDra.px..rawlla... .-.._ !, .... I Through (j We hare experienced Workmen In al oar Department, a Stock of teKK >
See the [ itsaer ............w..1..:" b.....,.... eced. BEST
kinds of stock in this State. 1 s *t T-.U ..). .. M1NLaw.rl MATERIAL ana we OUARA?, : SATISFACTION both io oriN
*.> -rt.. = .4I.::.*t.mr.; tho style of work. 27-1
combinations that the toes men hare W L: alA atonou- Pkb.lvR. Stamped Good*, Ladies'

to themselves in this work of
protect MILLINERY. r-

depredation upon their neia.hbon-the VI. & W. rn. DAVIS Heart 1 FloridaAsk sold ONLY.Ladies' a
new comers! We are sick and tires of
this Knit Underwear.
this "Hobo" actiuu, curse upou 1

the welfare and prosperity of this Hickman-Ktnneri Block Lemon Strt Ladies Linen Underwear.

State. But as long as the Hobos rule, IS HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN -
Palatka. Fla. ej.11 for Peraeea and Urabrell&g.
a* long as the people will stay away -

from the Dolls and send nothing but I. L. EI11.C@ljATTORNEY Ticketsvia i NOTICE ron AND mimic H

Hobos to the Legislature just so tons i the J.TK.. W. ;

the State will! groan uDder this corse. /' I. Lawn Orncm A GMva.lfii Joe t. 1. I I Handsome Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than has ever been !Kid n PaJ.tx

Hobo Democrat." I am AOTICX IS BUOY OrVEJ Hardware Stores Tinware and
says "he is a > foUowtagMiMNltetUtrlttt Glassware Lamps Crockery at lowest
Write the General
sorry for the party-if hr feelings are And Counsellor at L-w.opp *ito the CovrtUno. Passenger .hi* ioWtiea to make aria proof : .
of bit dam,and that mud proof
rightly expressed. I not only pity the before Clerk Ctnmit Court, at & In fact you will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any
rrw.ll'raetlce IB an Coaru. fALATK. Agent for Information all times.
but I be will .... JULYS. 1896.rU .
party I pity Hobo. hope FL.L Polite attention and satisfaction .
: Kiefanmd )(. Frfc*.-f PaUtkX guaranteed.
tramp round the world far enough to M. Tt for 1M n*.of swt;,See.1.. -
lekrn a little wisdom and impart a little JOHN D. BLACKWBLL W./ B. Coffin 6, D.Ackely, *ndnwV44.He mare the following.*.c.!*. Tp-wititegMB!,8. R- Corner Lemon and Third Streets

i of It to his brother Hobos. He had best eondnaen.residence upon *ad __ ,
i aid land Tis: J.J. Gr-ra.of
stick to the .'bo party, however. ATTORNEY LAW G.*rU1 SuptM/Mt. G.t1 Puseapr Ape W. Bow-.of PaUtka.ru.. Wiley
aka Via.. William : RollerTop Cherry Desk and an Iron Safe
j None other wants him. j' ROOM 1' CRILL BLOCK or Johnlson

day last week one of our good Over FoM-Cfficc.: 1\-1 e



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rmf""I"H t ; r '1 : :, .;) ',.-. .\ ceeded he pitched it in a key so sbrifl I !I. ---- -- .

Un! ilU..UU\JH.11) iitthISey J I uuwer's watchword was flung across f ve of the gathering of the storm within I that it grated like a ale. It was characteristic kerchiefg and th. approving oar of > --.10 dIties prodaw-a cite by the people; a heavy |n-
l aten f
..the 000 throat taxation %a Ipf all
con.entif1. i the convention hall. The wind had I Irons the beginning. He aitsweVed. Xhe N. "- Y ?, 'S debts,
realized public and
c After t1e.eralther"" gpeecMaor and shifted around to the northwest and did that so far as th*. 3dlerie8 were I MU8a t*and -Vr Caster : .!,,: of Ihp ni nry ,n.ttui pnv( \class t ; the al enriaklneot Uom MdHbr..t. .

against Ilill the rulr oan'lsfurdered.. i I not blow front the lake but the air was I concerned he faced an audience which I! tious joined b iartJ-y ii THIS rt'je- ". >.1 ,. prw- .-' indoj-try od impovenshraMM <
nteenth "National Convention The 'total rote was annotm ed by the still cool and bracing. Again the crowds he felt was largely hostile. i, the extreme TillmMll1"'IIIII1t.>lIt of it >' \ wipl*.

Called toJprder.HAEEITY chair as follows: A; (Daniel, 556 were in mottatr toward the convention i I He introduced Lint-telf to them bv -Thi is a greut (.: .; .? \v- .!: \\-'r' are.1I1t"I.r! v ",.-KIM| trthefri1dgod
nays Hill). 843. hall at an early hoar, as the time for saying that he came before them not as i eloquunt.y.1 nail II, s vl!' 1I..q .-" r.. U [ h Blocked Ut UwprosDfr.t
The chair then stated that the motion meeting had been set for 10 o'clock. | "the lying had represeti.dhini i do know it is not .-P"l 'i.i', I' i-t 'J' ) of .m dlt.I'INliJ1'ple In the
offered by the gentlemen from Alabama At 10:52 a. m. Chairman White I fined to noither s.-'r' >! 1 -'urn \rml\siot, :Ii.rKuGoid 1 mai. D0111t4'
VILLUl IN TEE CHAIR to be. A round of applause from : I. : : ai H.4 iirii\ ,.. and LlopI.
substituting Him. J. W. Daniel of Virginia the Tae the cau.--> o; mank;,' .\n,, ;K..uy.
dropped gavel. indescribable the pit creeted this announcement but I [ ".u.- J hAs l moo.:.: ", .'r n..t.Ot1S inf.L.iuioU ., fi151.5C3.t.'le'rvLu
for temporary chairman was buzz of thousands of voices : After t.i.! i
it ewl'r.j
gradually was drowned in tho storm of hi.s to I i' I' nut only un-
YIg., Oyer th. Tinporrj\JudriiwahIp. adopted and there was a great manifestation subsided and the delegates took their j; from the aU-eri('. VPch.H\ \ incr
F GI4 MmV.nt W"d'L_ B.rritrAB of applan.se. The chair appointed seats. Vacant spare* in the black pit i to a perfect whirlwind of Bit>iitt.s! only by
>.nn.*d ib. ScleetlM of Hill .rr tit. Senator Jones 'of Arkansas. marked off with almost deHuita accu- ; al ho added: !I II to S0u&t.r'"'\ 1m.11' -of' im. or lh lt ,nt, mt !1- pirit lUut f
Hon. R P. Keating of Nevada and Senator liwny WHCU: prtx-iaim "ur poI'tuAi -
11oe A. M.rltr K. *rtl b.o1tt.4X.Q1IDfttIg 'aiie from state which
t White of California A committee to iI j iI a" ws tueborn' St'iialor Hiil ascended i 'i-. r'j.tt'T MMiepfii'VDcf in ir.ti aDd won it iu
-HH1 DfCHKUOO .. of secession. | amid a pertect st"rm of a .' the war of Lire r'.iiou..
; i.
escort Senator *
Daniel to the chair. j' n
beaator lilmnu turned shook Ire. ,
defiantly aDd i the hand 61' the e ti Ltrmaiid.-
July 7.-All 4ada tad to the When the various comisutt had I H II |I fiercely surveyed the vast congregation i i|i and then with mm-prvM.ii., b-.WKi, t Sir r. We demand tbr.'c"...- and unliniited rfi-
where 11:50 been appointed the meoibtrs of them who at* :i'- dice of both r.od: l .-lverat{
Oaiiseam at uYlonfc Chairxnan II; were hissing him. With a con I i I I knowledprn-'nt to the .- '- : the present
witMrew for the iMutiiig jr.t.ulating l Legal l rstloof ,
organization and con- I ,if if; 10 i.vitliout for
teflapu.ius tos.- his head waiting
he looked -
Harritv called ortfer .
to the Democratic ventn adjooruod until W8Ilne II I down at tie: silrerdobezates before < .r"w1f'1I. i rlieir .-hmuring rs the aad or .-on* nt (.' any oth.-r njrtoi.:
national ooivent The rait I j f r morning at 10 o'clock. his b W t'r"LHt'r'II. il.:': itug t. We demaad that t tj't .HiajuMni silver iloi-
I eye LLud2g, and said with a kun.1 laraliallbea fLlI.
: 1":11I t.n. l
tractors U appropriately named after I "There are only three things with gold for nil ,l.ttH. puhlic'.Dd I"r. .qua4y

that where Roman gladiator*contended I; THE SECOND DAY. hiss." said he with a curl of his vate. and we favor .""h le u l.nim M wiI pri!

I lips "a goose a serpent and a man." prn..t the demon ti/ati. n of wI kiad of
1A Senator White. Mad Permanent thalr- Raising his head and addressing the f ..bir lelPol. money by priestcontrsct..
man-Gold UcUgatM Unseat.d. galleries he shouted that the man who w****opp<**d to the policy: and pre-

CHICAGO, July K-The second day of hissed South Carolina forgot the history tice United 01 MrrwtderiBK States the to the ttoidrn of the
option reserved
bv Uw
the convention opened bright and cool of the revolution, when that state kept I to the government of
I the fires of liberty. This provoked awild II I 1I..t.-....._. .;. .all._..redOlinlC_. _,_ __ _such. ,ohVear.ippoeed -
with the continuance of that refreshing --- .
demonstration. bib inening"ofinter
breeze which has made the work by day I "South Carolina in *." he said I- bearing honda of the United Stt. ia .

endurable and has given delegates "led the fight in tho Democratic party of peace and condemn tb<> trafflick-

chance to sleep with comfort a'' which disrupted it tag with banking syo'licHU, wbicb in exchange -
for boons
at an
profit to
blankets during the scant hours allotted I "Secession. he continued, while thegalleries I' themselves supply the federal treasury

to rest The shouters seemed to rest hissed "brought about the with gold to maintain the policy of gold
content with the showing already made war the war which emancipated the eom.tallIsnr.

and are allowing the workers to settle negro. Congress alone has the power to cola
down to serious business. The crowds "Now" he added sweeping his hand and issue money and President Jackson
through the aLr above declared that this power could not be delegtted -
were moving towards the Coliseum his head, *we .
early in the day. as the time of meeting'was DAVID B. HILL. are leading the fight to emancipate the We therefore to corporations dt-maml or that to'livntual the .
10 o'clock and the experience of racy the location of New England's delegation white slaves." This time the silver Issue notes to ate as money power be taken

the previous day warned the people that who had with the exception of men had their innings but they did not from the national banks and that ail paper .
2IU21TT CALLS CO! VK3ETIO3f TO ORDER. : time and patience were required in a few stragglers arrived. applaud very loudly when he declared money shall be issued directly by the

-far this it a battle royal which i gaining admission. I The New York delegation, headed by that with conditions reversed he was treasury department.We ;
promises |I, At exactly 10:50 Senator Daniel rapped : Senator Hill was in their places. The willing to again see the Democratic I hold that the tariff duties should be 1
to add a memorable chapter to American ''I j''I for order. The minions of the sergeant- burly forms of Mr. Bissell and ex-Gov party disrupted.A0 .uxm JO.TES.Ing that levied for lbs purposes of revenue and

political history. The day opened I at-arms had some difficulty in clearing ernor Fellows were missing.At he proceeded the galleries again hats in the air. The first volume needs taxation of the government should tw honestly limited admin by the .J.

*dear and cool The wind reered to 1 I the aisles. When all were seated and 10:55 the Rev. Mr. Dean of Cedar hissed and several times the sergeant- of applause would no sooner die away istered. We denounce as disturbing to

'worth and came with a freshness th,1,I order was obtained it was found that Rapids, la.. the Episcopalean minister at-arms threatened to clear the galleries. than it would again be taken up and, business the Republican threat to restore
the spaces reserved for the New York. who delivered the opening prayer Wednesday Silver men had a chance to shout their cheered and re-echoed through the the McKinley Uw which has been twice
covered the lake with whitecaps and j Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland and performed the same service approval when he declared that they building. I condemned by the people in national elections jJ

'jtent the spray dashing over the New Jersey delegations were practically Thursday. Ho prayed that the convention "Three cheers for Hill" came- f rem and which enacted under the false

-water. It is day when small break'jl vacant. The threat of a bolt came home might take action for the good of the Massachusetts delegation, half of I plea of protection to home industry. C
proved a prolific breeder of
trusts and
tthe shore. And this means comfort for with a realizing sense but it was explained its country and the glory of God. P6.thr S. them on chairs and it was given witha monopolies enriched the few at the ex-

the thousands who are turned towards i j jithe that the delegations were still Chairman White handed the gavel will. New York. New Jersey Penn penN of the many restricted trade and
Coliseum j i in conference discussing the situation. I II over to Congressman Richardson of Tennessee sylvania and the vast assemblage joining deprived the producer of the great American -

The pavel dropped 10 minutes before After the prayer Senator Daniel announced a slender, scholarly appearing in the demonstration. When at I staples of access to their natural ,I

:a o'clock on a hall that had a dozen rows I that the next business of the man who announced the committee on last order was fnllvrestored.. Mr. Hill mArketa.
-cf empty seats at the edges farthest resolutions ready to report and called began calmly. but with a voice that Oppo .d t* Tariff! Chang
Until the is settled
Senator Jones money question we
to the platform, who readily reached the'galleries. He said
L -from the platform. The of
appearance are opposed to for farther
i made the committee's report. Senator be would not attempt to follow or answer any
Chairman he tariff
Harrity as stepped forward I changein our laws, except such .
to the desk attired in a flat colored I Ij Jones who had been in the thickest of the vmntor from South Carolina. are necessary to maka the leflcit in revenue -
summer suit proroked a round of II j tie silver fight since the forerunners of "1 can say to him" said Mr. Hill caused by the adverse decision

I : ,applause from the Texas delegation TO. the convention began to assemble in "that I am a Democrat, but not a gold- of the supreme court on the income
inforced by many of the southern white If I Chicago. is a familiar figure to this con bag." I tax. There would be no deficit In .
vention. tbe revena bat far the annulment
metal Again the demonstration broke forth
> men.When
Mr* Harrity commanded th* f He looks like a soldier and but for the and lasted half a minute. South Carolina j by the apreM coon of a law passed
by Democratic in strict
a COO pur-
onventkm to be in order. his voice fact that he was a soldier of the late with all its power, proceeded Mr. nuance of the uniform decimtons of the

easily carried over the tumult to the I confederacy migh: be a strong presi Hill could not drive him out of the ,I court for nearly 1W years, iuaoeart having :
farthest corner. testing the aoooustk! dential oossibility. He is a strongfacedman Democratic party. He came here on a I sustained oonatitational vjeetlens to ,

qualities of the hail with most satisfactory with a fierce silver motutache sod mission to unite not to divide; to buildup

results. The figure the chairman chin whiskers and white hair, which not to. destroy not to plot for victories
faeed the assemblage for several falls over all of the top of his head. He not to plot for defeat Tbe grant .

xuinutes. while the ushers swept tho adjusted a pair of goldbowed spectaclesand COX. BENJAMIN BY.Uf TTLLUAX Empire State had stood for years as the .'

aisles clear of knots of conferring delegate began to read the financial plank of were adopting a new declaration of in. gibraltar of Democracy. Mr. Hill said -

the platform. which 0'looE'l Charles IL dependence of "16 to 1 or bust." he deprecated attacks on thorn who believed -.5 {.

"HQ 4tBeu of the convention. all I Jones, the St. Louis journalist bad The storm of hisses Issued forth again in the free coinage of silver at 10 ,

5 rise for the prayer," the dutvman said. written. when he repudiated the denial that this to 1. He bad always treated men of I- i

and there was a flatter of c!irs as the I I I The } l1f'rips dirt not hear the reading was a sectional contest I this opinion with respect and he woulddo ".
body in the center of the hall came of the platform and most of its points "I say it is a sectional issue," he the sam now.

'. to its feet with a considerable concusTh up- I i fell unheard but the piaults of govern- cried "and it will prevail. To him the question wA oae on which \ 1

iOLL __ I I j II meiu lutci-veutiou, wluJi} w token as a After these pyrotechnic expressions, I men fairly <. H 'tjelieved that :

ehtsiain. Rev. Dr. Edward Stireo. STEPHD M. WHITE. I direct indorsement of Governor Alt- so characteristic of the man he drifted the best ooure for this oettventiou to .

stepped forward and prayed. 'i day would be the reports of the committees. I|I geld's course during the big strike was into statistics to show the bondage of j pursue was to b>ke the first rigreat step ..

11J11 ; A bitch in the loachinery ap- I II I I recognitod. When the plank expressing the south and west to the east, and these i toward intsmatooiial bimeMufcim. The 'ly- '
AnBOBBtwd Temporar"Chairman. I I I posTed at once for the rommittee on I|I sympathy with Crib had been read a dry figures gave the galleries anotherj United gates c>a not safely ignore tho '

At r the pi ayer, Chairman Harrity credentials, which always reports flag of the new republic with Woe and opportunity to cry him down. "Time I monetary systems of the old nation,

stopped forward and af ter a harp rap was not ready with its first'j I white stripes and a single star on a red time! time!" they shouted. and yet the majority platform contained

of the *.l. gave the announcement of I tions. While the convention was .. field appeared in the aisle in front of This aroused the senator again to I no word favorable to this desirable end.It I .
the selection of David B. HM1 diversion the delegate chairs and angry resentment He the contained of ,
M temporary ing was furnished by the was carried paced platform no suggestion what /
chairman. I I band that was brought to Chicago by I along the aislo. It did not arouse the like an enraged hou. should be done if the parity could not I Ii Iiy

This aanooocement was what the I| the Bland marching club. The conven- demonstration which partisans of Cuba "I know" he cried with arms aloft be maintained on the experiment of 16 I I

gold men were waiting for and with a 1 tion band was pounding away in the had hoped fur, and indeed the applause "you are again us. There u not a to 1. I /

about leaped to their feet, aud with : gallery over the platform and an unaccounted was very moderate, and Richardson paper in thus city that it not in the Sh*.14 l .*I.ro For .. I

waiving arms they made known their blare was heard away in the rapped the desk and cried "put down power of tho money influences. They "I believe." declared Senator Hill. .

approval Among the spectators there ; far west end of the hall while the Bland that dag"eo it quickly sunk from ght.Tbere will not give us a fair show. They i j t "that the course for us to take is to declare I Its ISHAM'i., BAltRl/
va. aim a cheer of approval. One euthu- I band came into sight filling up the lung characterize us as howling DervishesI for international bituetaliism aud' enactment whirl! hat been overrnle'F
Was No Kalbnataim.It the ablest ..
I by who have ,
j.rdue. r\er t oa
ftiactic delegate reDid: "Th ee cheers I{ aisle playing the pyrotechnic strains ofj and silver iauatica. I I sopthere." j that, bench.

for David B. Ililll" and they were Riven j "Dixie" which never fails to effect was evidently tired convention. Many of the delegate crowded up the Aside from the silver question Senator Wedoclare that it is the duty of con-
> with a will ; !', Democratic convention like a match The strain of the two preceding days of aisles and stood at the font of the stage Hill went on. why had he : re-s. to use all the <.oaat't' Iltional power

Secretary Sbeerln of IndiaaiA. for secretary I dropped in a powder barreL It caused candidate making had wura out the studying intently the features of the remarkable I gone into the greenback question platformw why ltich remat nil afu-r hat decision or which

and John Martin for sergeant- the customary explosion of enthusiasmand man before them. had it gone into the question of banks I may come from if* reversal by the court.d .

at-aras. were also announced when the the Maryland delegates with many Tb. Cesolatlou UcDvancIngOrovcr.. and bonds He hoped that tbe counsel a" it may hereafter be constructed v chat
convention had quieted down. of their climbed into chairsto the burdens of taxation may be equal anti
supporters of ,
wise calm. would
"What 1ij "Now I want you all to listen" Till- : men i ImpArtUlly laid to tbe end that wealth
is the shout ,
of "Maryland
pleasure the convention My Maryland prevail What was the advantage be may bear its due
man shouted and theu he read the sub- I proportionate expeass
? asked Mr. :
which another demonstration.
JIarritv, calmly.Mr. inspired stitnte resolution which follow asked of placing on the platform an 0I '(the.BOverutn .
Clayton of Alabama then pre- Credentials Committee Kcport .\\ : implied red:9 for the issue of paper'' \V. bold that the most efficient way to
HIlted the minority report of the na- We denounce the administration of cnrrt-ncy. tradition had al- protect American labor is to prevent the
I Chairman Atwood of Kansas of the
President Cleveland
as nn Democraticand I way% favored hard importation of foreign labor u compete
credentials committee then presented tyrannical. and as a departure from j money. with it In the home market: that the vain
the report It found the temporary roll those principles which are cherished by The income tax plank also he scathingly ,of the home market to the farmer and
I correct save in Michigan and Nebraska.It all liberty loving American The veto criticised. lie stood amazed be artisans is greatly reduced by a vicious
recommended the seating of the power has been used to thwart the will oft I, monetary system which depresses the
c Nebraska delegation beaded by J. W. he people as expressed by their representr price of their products below thn cost of
in congrws. The appointive power pmdncticti and thiq rt.*r>pveti them uf thenatsos
Bryan. The announcement was received I has been used to subsidize the press to de I of attafyiiiK their needs.
with cheers. The committee I beech congress and to overawe and control We denounce tbe profligate waste of
asked further time to decide the Michigan the citizens in the free exercise of ta'ir money which to wrung from the people by
4 contest.T. constitutional rights as voters. A plutocratic : oppressive method and the lavish expense -
C' J. Mahoney. one of the gold delegates despotism is thus sought to be e.- of recent Itepnblican congresses
I .i from Nebraska. made a brief tu bl i shed on the ruins of the republic. wt.icb have kept thit people poor.. while
6f Yv'e repudiate the construction placed on products of the pr'.jlf's toil: are so depFtlLsrd
speech protest the financial plsnit of the last Democratic in tbal
price they will no longer
/ 24} well understood that they were national convention by Secretary t snide pay the COIJ& of prrxlnctiou.NV'e .
to be thrown out aud at the head of the as contrary to the plain meaning of Eng demand ret u m to that simplicity .
delegation they marched out. The report lish words and as being an act of had t l n<1 MVmnntv :hl<-h (* loHro ttcratic >
-' -
I of the committee was adopted by a faith deserving_ the severest censure. The government -ind a reduction in the
issue of bond* in time of with which number of navies .
: I viva voce voteEx.Governor peace S .fBces the salary of
: <-, Ruuell of Massachusettsat CdARLKS F. CRISP. I to buy gold l to redeem coin obligations, wbicb drain the rah.tMnce of the people.V .
c first demanded rollcall. but rank and file, as well as the generals. It payable in silver or gold at the option of I \ denounce th* arbitrary in..rt..t'enC8i
: i"t i withdrew a it. seemed to be impuMible to cUr them to | tie government of the United Suites the i by federal .imthoritlf- local alTars a. A
: ;- I quently enthusiasm. The report was concluded I I proceed to pay the primary expense of ;i violation of the constitution. of toe t't4tat
. After a lull of some SUbse-j I without marked the government are botfc unlawful and I States and as a crime against free instltn1 .
Mantoo of Louisiana moved that any of the applause.The are usurpations of authorS .1 deserving an : 1 tions. and we pi-iMlly object to a new
Ben Tillman of South minority was read impeachment. and
Jon 11" DU f ator { highly iageauous form of oppression
tioual commit ea iiomiu' enatozchair requested to address the convention.No by Wade of Ohio. a former reading The first sentence was a firebrand 't : by which federal hinges > clerk
Daniel of Virginia for tern I one heard the motion on account of I the house of representatives. which ignited a great blaze of hisses I II i legislators judge sot executioners; and
The gold people rose and cheered I II we ibo Mil 1 the
the bustle. and a counter flame of cheers could i approve passed at I last spj.
snaii. It is as follows not I
: II
but after the outbreak of ion of the United State
After 10 minutes the chairman: announced Wednesday, equal the jeers and the entire reading S senate and DOW
To The Democratic National Convention these forces were faint I :; pending in the house IlAti. rrmt-nipts
The undersigned member of tie na that the convention was in recess -I The indorsement of the administra of the resolution was fiercely hissed. lIe WTLLUJt JKXXIX09 BaT Y. in federal courts /Inti! providing for !trials

tional commHte respectfully nscotimeodm' until o'clock. tion which caused such fiuuiied with a warning to the delegates ;, said that the followers Samuel.Til- i by jury in certain r&IIeD of cnutcmpi.o
that the uss of theUOQ, Julia W Daaie I When the convention reassembled the the committee a long fight In that they must unite the silver forces ,, den who all his life opposed it. should i' discrimination should be indulicod by the
of Virginia be substituted to tM C' smit.-. committee on credentials presented its on resolutions brought for victory. I''! now seek to commit their party to this government of the oiled.States in favorof
lee report lor that or David 13. JlUl t New completed report admitting to seats the applause from the galleries. Several "You're no Democrat" shouted some ridiculous scheme and to do so were any of its debtors.
1.ert. He that lieu John W. iel be contoetiug delegates from the Fourth delegate shouted and waived hats, one in the galleries to which Delegate forced to condemn the supreme court. 'I Af*iBt. a &llr_d loading Hill.
chest-u. temporary chairman oft is 0011.eDtioD. and Ninth congressional districts of but they did not include Hill Whitney : Marston of Loaisianlwbo distinguished Senator Vilas sad -ex-Governor Rus- third We approve of the retest! of rh* Fifty-
or eotwrrrw t'>
I Michigan and recognizing the right to himself on the first day of the sail followed in speeches supporting the bill and denounce IMSrailrx'l fandiag:
The I'fIPO was elgeed by the .uno" Senator.Ben Tillman of South Carolina I the effort of the present -
their Mats of all the other delegates convention by developing a remarkable minority report of tbe committee on Republican 'ongrooM to enact alOl.!bar
members of the i from Michigan. mounted the stage to open' the trreat case of stage fright anti at the same recIOiu 0D8. and ex-Congressman Bryan measure.
WbttGey. Sheehan and FeIIoIt sitting effect transform the debate in behalf of free coinage. A time thirst advocated the KMogniziaff S
I The is to delegation unquenchable tried to ask a adoption of the majority theju't.'lalmsotde'-rv.ng.
in th ew York d.s* o e..i.s..tly to a silver delegation by 15 to 13, I striking figure he was as he faced his question: but was ho rled down. report. union soldK-rH. wt li.-q rtlly indorse the rule '

steeled themselves for isle t hrt" and as the unit rule prevails it gives i audience. .Vith no pretensions in dress I Senator Tiliraan concluded by pledging of l'oIDmiDBlon.1'IQ'1.. that no names

chatted among themiel and Michigan a solid silver vote of IS in-the shabby coated wearing a heavy silver the solid vote of South Carolina toawn DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. shell t is- arb.tr Tiy! rllrp.-d! [ fr smiled at the' chain sion mil and the f..' r of enli<
his itm-nt
outbursts of appla' from I across hr"asf. he instantly arid
convention and creates a two thirds silver S jroon straight silver candidate. j should
the tll1\'er dei.gates.i.1).rm.II I drew the "ye, of th.- ,.>.'>>) people I j A flinging IVclaratlmi To. fr** Silver aervio- be d.-'-rji. COO ii-ivn nvitrm -
prosent. from
As uestvuUcd the
ue the
majority stage
J j ( > mniuM i"'M.r
TIP: "Tim>alhy for Calm. diaabiiicy net oro
) Cp.aks For 11111.Qlainaab I The chairman pUt the question on the :I!'I fcrned tow.mllllm as if he d.loirate* Pt ur a pr"at shout for HilL j cub I *fiii nt.

H-'rtity rt'ICOtrnlZt'd I1e. mijotitv report of the committee on ; were an aita-oiii-. Hi' tirks't! : comj I I Bat .ndd"uly th- credentialsaoii j I luaudjui U rni wo u.1 ut'uelLu.ce.. His Senator Jotifs of Ark.in-a. I of CiU( in their heroic -Toggle i JU
gate WsII of Conot'll"t1 wh"nwu irtlor declared it adopted. I I head ; chairman | our allegiance to those great >H j r rt ,
thrown bsck. was round |I and! .
The of the committee on aud compact. th resolutions coruu.itttmounted the wntnl principles. of and ir.-l.-pen'beoc-
ie"ti'I. Lu the 1att.r1.... '. report permanent justice liberty ',. .
tJ \\ .
Hi '
> iciture 'troii aud I 1 :r' : : enure in .
: ? tbp.rt.
r MeDeruett.Vith I organisation was then presented j power Stage. 1110" wiiicii our institution are iouini l.iu ipW.
I fnl wre ra-t 1:1 a ol.i., cal ni uid. Ti i wh.ch tL Democratic liiiervi'e.. fll\.r a.';.Kintments hnif .-'!
bv ha ivont
\ Mr. Finley of Ohio naming Senator | party a ,
dH 'on..nt of the : nIli' wa tik' l ., I vuator Jone Make i spreed.H" ."i u:" 11 1Il"ntA, hx'- I.". JII, orfi -ln'I.'lIn l '
White trJ'.H. l'* thu: and! r ( fn-ra Jt-fferson's time: to pry o'vnf.i .
of California
I ,
New will jiYe WilY" td the ge '1 '"Ill fr '1.1 of the as permanent and Thomas president J.Cowan pn"-d. Ph', J.,' "1 1'.' zi-1: t>u r"I)1'. : h>?'ii! hi-: bit: r1 <->:it f-.' --i-n": Th' ; fii in\ of "r t"b. fre.nloiu o. the pntHir 5' \\1'1 i ford'l Hrat...n ''f Itl ivil service i lawl

.. said .lr. 'W convention .u.ij o-'p'.rtntiits
: r..i.t Al- I .J! of to ail
but ih nlh.t t1 1' 11.\' \vl h,. !J; m.,4 : Oiuse 1. J away: i-f. ro In- .rriirf prMei.'V. rn conscience. ti-preservation, "f .
J.- of
of :' a--rtairi.-'i i
lea MeDet tuotu. a hesy'.v 1 t:. 111.nth : Ohio as permanent MHretary. ;' left ,.... I poor.1 rights the Mii"lty: of all citim4l rt" new We d"'re
.v i In .
S White made 'h. gaY.-" 0): : a: "I. -, : < :' t'ii'T.! : '.r :t'd I for unwr :ten Uv ? this
wblt.al..t -uat'r a l o '
(08t Wf'I1. r>' t1-! i-v aud thr faithful.bosrvau'- ( .
: :
bt plat 11I laud ".' :' w.110 af'C w iK'h toe convention aojuurtiaiuntil rro"1 r- \ 'L' t '" "t.;" a, ,,, ,4jru,: U ;I'--..- :'. i .ti>r ,j. lit un ( of <. T.Hti'iitiou*] limitations.H Ctied by (-u.t .ru :'Irl. u."lCe .,f I'PI
win "" : L""u1ht':1 11 to s."y something 10 o'clock Thursday morning. to be forgotten. On ojie Lip.' of; his; coat i n>it intended to >>aT .i w.-rti. no -u.i. bUll( H,r'j; : that the money -y'ni i is yrars sad saut J''ne'! \e eXd""lP1t 'JI
a "t'rIU Ii ,Id"r.rey UMn him. I he wore a Cui>au fla,r, on LIe other a hf could not ailow thf ch'rc-: f Mr i t>ar 'ni unt t.* all others at this time winvit the greatest itt -v of tho' who

Mr. McI), it, ioi"k.'RU"II'.,f S.\. J.-.v n.s: vi .jC..S THIRD DAY'S WORK.senator pitchfork.Fo. TiUmti that this was a 1.(''II"u..l is,n-1': i jtti-tition to the fM' th,t the fHl-rltl l ltut formed. ttiat an.i u-i bar>.,>,-rn-L' .ed heeiiedble our itni oymenu. -rn-
; tl'> '. -tT'I.} in silver and .. ?'.ra
\ unchallenged. ajtmnt gnM t.KPti.er -
tile "nly .1 :. II 'i-tli :)1.U)1I 11:11 lx- -. aJ :l'4.-. For TiMnnn. I ,, thir term. o' ;it fi, ,.r .. office ('uiien'io"

< i hue 'II i L !I..1....of\ ". { I: ...... '1111.,.. AVa.te,l a Hroolntio Fo I ". il-- 'S' .. ,S. :), : ; t i"lf' 'OIL-rvo1ti"' si'v-r nii.. .! who had >. .. an the 1 tht money ibsfi m (aU t of cMnnge.rr.the l.'iutvl'T. \ ndlne( m'h" -'M.juci N' ,. anil t'Ode ',.-
p'.utiiy tU-pres-v'-: I r rn-- )I Mr .. .
ton TOt f r 1.1. i i .: .f ". Adopted D B.aoeiag Cleveland. .' ; : -.1! l l.\ l, : ta. piAlie
a [ h-r: th-i: :' S .. Ti: ..i.i'-._ L.I. cgreK* nn -r iUecoiistiiuU') i. lilli" .
: ai jvth
a UTI.T i'v. v :? 'i'--: .ration
eratic cosm .: n.t r tu .!\er1rll.r| ... .. .if nriitn : '
CHh'\'O. July 9.-Lowering UuaJt. Cbc5-i. L \.1 ; .t .I Vl\i.1 .
Cr1.' t ; .
-- .u. statement an earnest of ;iP' the
Volley applaew. S i-'y. l-r.'
Daniel"I pay,. De trtimw u/ 'Of' lion. John W. ( hung over the city at the beginning 01 :< air. M -m-rdst/i.. w'uV.1r wield,1| "I am a sontfiern man." continued j j II mod ratio admitted m ,''ur..rhl gold th*to a41 fn-e nor dollar cataage oit-at a deflarwi. .
and '!o'i w nt on i iart ingtbe ,:iv 'I. v 'L t ,- -a ii the "-e invite the 'i)[t'rtii ..1
Senator i ,
to the j the third day of the national conventicn :, a-- j JOD* "I carried a musket We1rc!lare that tile *ct of l-O.: demon I J
praii-e rvtcec to til.- tif rL.! sistant ""rro' lilt .atriKudii. I duriu I .ler who e[)->n>ke I n m v vth 11 'iP'-'r' }1
man whc knew no faith :' indicating a break in the perfect ; imp ; the war. I repudiate the suggestion ettcuiv without the knowledge cr .-: inn.tf ,'Ltr.. r ., ., 1' "
"XI'-Cpt amt pl'elW"c t.I.' c.i "--tr.itI.n. illS first I of American :"'l.Cbu... .
that this knows approval purple, has TV
question airy I .
JJeiuucrat. The partis.in1 .>nat.-z weather thus far enj<-yed, and suggestJ J:: eenten Ii' U\\ ''l1 t tiat: he had a section.'' Flying flags hats and hana ..J.t..IC! l the appn-ci"t.ou .>' uol'l and a :5 r.ill.-!.' .r-'irf:ur "l or' i .4'I. ,, Peat'rs. '.

I .I well QKxiulaieu VVACC, bat as h?fl'lOd.j corresponding fail iu tie ri---. of':',nllO :

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