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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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lccn - sn 96027678
System ID: UF00086614:00032
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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ATKA PALATRAAYBALi WKEKLV TIMES.a.abwnad EsteblUhed 169 1889i I I Conwlldatedlia_ 1.-M,. *TIf I! PALATKA-; fLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1896. I i1 S t Rely

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KING JOHN TALKS. { IXTERLACHlOrES.. 1 WEL1KA XOTES.: f Po wa.L


Trc: are two things which conspire LosingFlesh : Correspondence Tm s-Herald. Editor 1Imes.Henid. 1

to Pure the home weekly; 1st, is the After long continued search among You can't i imagine how elated I feel

lowrice charged for subscription? aye the piny woocfoJor the beautiful village now that I know what the life of your I 311OyAIpove _

< 2d, is the low price charged by tt1ft/b lakes," she was at last tound paper depends upon. It seem that .

thiity weeklies which, fn a measure, You naturally lose flesh In.; bfctbe man with the "water pot" and the gifted Huntress and myself are

enoacb upon the legitimate territory the summer and running downIs he gave her a generous' sprinkling! l list raided, a cog slipped, etc. I am willing .

o5e borne paper and make a rush to Wednesday. Everything and every I to support you in giving all the pC"e -

Bore subscribers: there elements are weaker so easy.each day You without get a hard-little body was greatly refreshed I credit to. !.Inn.te": : But, then, as Iineonints ...J YtEW.c l""I/ \.\.

ttcause of reducing the income, and, Mr. and ifrs. John Connelly are en. side of tile river and not ,. =--- ltiai3 t He tri hiI

tlreby the prosperity of the enter- ly noticing It. There Is loss of I jovfns:a visit from MLe Margaret liar far distant from the beautiful island \ \ sttang 1a tn" pr'. i .,t tI)01t'rnnll (

p$. f?1.00 is not sufltatnt to place a appetite,' headache, weaknessof : natt, a niece of Mr. Connelly's f rom I suppose I was mentioned so as to havea Criminal Court Pre retd\nri.co01"\; \ HI\. \,not \1 e1L'ba.te "

per on a sound fooling tiniest it has the muscles, disturbed sleep, Illinois. second' place on the ticket, a sort of i L TUESDAY 1rOR.'ilxG-r 1111nal 'c\oc"j; been dimes e. se bt \lO.l'o'sttetoin \n t..or atft..t

hjit of more than :3,000 subscribers, as weakness of memory,and these The Free {silver club meets Thursday Tom Watson; and, I am more than convened this morning at 10 0 \ the sb.O'Jda.U; '\'f K rite t meritto otp ,

,tft lam will not more than pay forte are the of satisfied with it. Ring John Knows .cb and all _\ 'tbe grta.b.iS oS\ab\-be'"
beginning nervous at :3 o'clock, in the small building Judge Wigg on the be -
paper, type setting, and press prostration. Iron and tonics near the post, office. how= to fit in the pieces to sustain a l other officer at their! p 3ts. f'.. \ Q1edic\ne.darsharaearos(11\\1' t\ \\ _
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;rk paper, and I believe I know him and
dtspoaed uood'a
and bitters may afford some/ Charles Francis, Jr., kit. Friday foi. The following cases w, .re :< character Be
IA paper of the size and ofe t don't' know me. I have talked with I \arceny, \.be onaa baIIlmPtisbed as
temporary relief, but what you a six weeks' stay In Maine Warren Sipp, petit bY on \\
( TIMES HrtEALD should have at least him in the old Putnam Co Journal'soffice : co cpatant1 h' '\ .
I need Is a food for body, brain J. F. Weber's family have moved and he counts. Nol pros. : wad a"11 -
//OOO names on its subscrptlon ledger. I to I knows how well Mr to n pa Ii.t1Y 1)\11'.01.;
enktns
tat of this number would come at least and nerves. Lowell, Fla., where he hat securedwort. Adams built that paper up, and what Mary Spencer and Tc mJ of not tam[ Q1e1l\c\nei hly D. hayamkea
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bO: for fellows who never pay dead method he pursued. I am sorry King and lascivious behavii r. Viesand notguilty >raise\t. verY Qtite$ donl1 \at

correspondents
leads would' leave, at $1 a year, U, OO hold their club meetings each Monday I can't see why Nobody pros as to Jenkins on J\1\11\Tom etc noaa's 8a. patt1rltlet it hears a cOOl-

would more than pay for the, of Cod-liver Oil with the Hy- night at Mannville in the colored schoolhouse should wish the ruin of the TIMES- Ike Jenkins, Cliff* ne\\On, W" son that a a blood have l'e\. \0 1 have ao\'l

fwhite paoertype setting and presswork pophosphites, furnishes justfte HERALD, and suggest that Huntress Fadden Henry Land n,Grout o tubding '_ head' and 1 tics o w""

/ and with good management carry nourishment needeB for those Miss Kate Bran and John Graddock, withdraw and trust to the Lord having Wn Moore and Wm Sue to .tLl"-:,:.ltoa u. P lmntt ttoQ1. ----

1 la email sum to the right side of the who are run down and pale/arid/' colored, were married last. Sunday pity on the readers. I like Occasional I ling. Nol pros ent re as r\ead ::t. ____-_ _--ED !JF:.Tits

[ledger. Add to this the amount received tHIn and weak. If you lose flesh night at Memo Samson's residence and look for Nothing from Nobody J. W. Whiteside p ;tit larcen gas\ OF "' C tu poal..omee1JST
RuiltpL
from advertisers and from the. healthy : I in summer take Scott's Emulsion The good work on the walks about and he is far from a nobody, despite L not guilty, but a ver' tick o t .palattoatntnRint August ,} IJ&:

condltlpn of the advertising depart. all this seeming rupture. I rendered by the juts item
now. Don't watt tiH) fall town'still goes on. xithtnsualt a eel: !
ment it will he proper to say that thebusiness Welaka is still at the front now hay Lemuel Scarboronb, defend' tot the 101't. t\.
would offer a,'i I ral'lncomeon or winter before beginning.For II G. Hastings returned f rom Daytona toS a;n d i 61 1\11rte\\.j }...
ing telephonic communication direct tent to murder N
the Investment rods t fair consideration isle at loc and|,.-by*U drnrgUU, feeling very much better for-his < 1 Q .1.:. Wi .
with Palatka and all it ant held
pronounce a 0\I- 1\41 ..1y. Ol" .
for services. "-,L; MELROSE NEWS.i short stay, duriqg which he became.anent.husi3lt tent.and J. tiiclet "J"
I great success, conversation being carried David Capers, us!- tg tad ed 1\ne'')l\lK\ J. \0
on bicycle ridin a;
A great many men think that they We had a real nice shower Saturdayand ; on perfectly easy. Now it shouldbe scene language. &+ nt.ence \0 "W:- w1zai'E'wrtet ,utlasm,
to for Mr. Heninjjer and family, Miss Scott extended to Fruitland __ cannot afford subscribe more Sunday which was thantfnUY'received. Georgetown, C1 and cosi.Henj oas Wt1Jbor; 1.J1'
than one paper.: The natural! conclusions I and her visiting friends, together with and over among the nimbles on the wad not/) waa+o t.\Dl nbeU..t. 1\.

of a sensible man should be, that > Prof. Charles Scott and Charles Baily, island, and talk is in that direction. I Jones, co: 1110n tenced\ niitsTd.d X-
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The Democratic rally and peaking l thief. Plead not g ilt1. taint 1\11\1et.l'i.;: yy
the selected would be the home are camping$ near Orange Spring, guying bald \et..eytorWn. ro
paper Our river front looks like a 8ot. \.
last Saturday was quite a young confinement in pn on dye AI
weekly. It is constantly working for Recess the mosquitoes in that vicinity a shipyard. A number of the log _nu .' three w.tIO" .I- llt the )'"
though being preaching day at job. I years No1d as .Spv....tsE 1'. h L '
his interest. It tells4of the happeningsof lareea Pas perso sn'",
chine and boarding house boats being aa:v
tist church. Judge Davis madI r.h_ "Q sari lease. n1(1). ,.
his neighborhood; tho enterprises I. Capt. W. O. Haskell of the schooner landed here for repairs. '--.1 wiUQ ,Q. -
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entered. to ..oen1100d'8
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constantly It is record of Holden, is his pros intent \ .
going on. a visiting family while his
Limes BLine, of Putnam Hall, was George Homer: is.home after a long sU1'o1t. <<\\.b ot 1 8&ntl ...n'You.
Allen
the life and death of men and things.It vessel is loading at Jacksonville. Reeves, tine create
among us Saturday. stay at Tampa. He IOOKS well and vig, murder. Senten ed0 Q 801,0 be cOn- need 10\1t blood- hand trio IIv.
is a history continually j eint made ,Charles Pugsley's Charles \ tit y tetre
nephew Qn .Beet'
up of events of which he is a part. What.. ___ candidate_________ was___ it n.. who.. while__ ___ at___ I W. Pugsley, with his mother, and in orous. $300, default. o p8oytnen O\1t Q10n.hl \Itch aria tiye

King John says that on matured the {residence of one of his staunch valid Clark Stephens has returned from an fined in the counat qallitott 8o\>pe\\\.O __ Z
sisterleftTharsdayfortbterhomeIn _...
supporters began to tease the little outing at Jacksonville much i Ir roved. hard' iabor. \\eep. ----:;: Seeds .
thought one would conclude that the northern Iowa. ..;. e .-- ; '
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man who takes but one paper would son of his friend about being$ so small ? : Dan Waldron'has moved from Pomona AFTERNSam QO t sBS5tC en\.enng. \ see 1.A'geds \
of
D. F. Baker has ,
bad
cheerfully select his home local. But He said, "why, you are ever so old, to his an addition put to Welaka and ii pleased to get Rackett, roattng and Se 10Uno I Illf
house.
this Is not always so. "Many such*men and now could pin your ears back and among old friendi.-Dy the way he has a a building. Bo \d,2.)0. a.ctnsC an-\ ssss-csSL' ;

i called upon, by some spirit which swallow you while" "1 doup't that Mrs. Caswell visited Palatka this cow three and one-hall feet tall, and Frank Golder- threat \0 e1tott
,. sir the lad "but if did week. five feet Small she is she : D n
John.finds difficult to.understand, says ; you you long. as other of crime With LatentJnrp teuteaced en a T,sOlO
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[haps,it is none of his business, would have more brains in your atom- Mrs. Miller and daughter, of Francis gives one gallon of ,very rich milk at 1----- -- Plead-----I sot guilty'ola:;; 'SEAS'; Groce tattY 0xocld yet

Joe for one of the big weeklies ache than you haTe. In your head, Who station, visited Mrs. Whipp last week.D. each milking.. ered money.a verdict i t gnU". rtl801'.----the:: Kee:>tlq. .

his dollar to New York or was it? E. Peacock Republican candidatefor Grapes are rinening! fast and this ed. intent\ the rfoSsen e=-- DE''of

.I ch from a point of home i David N. McNair killed a rattle snake sheriff, is off shaking hands with neighborhood will be. busy for several Edward 1'all n. assas a t with yatla\ tea a&' _a-.J tn1Bion\ 0:1 AD- ,"..1'non.- \e.-1.119 a __

enterprise legitimately belongs to his last Tuesday afternoon near the Banana all his friends. PICKWICK. weeks making wine. to murder ofsualt. aiirt'tc ) !! -rUE bi .t a.1Uc1

home paper. It is true that this big water mill. After the akin was taken There is much relief since the rains I Not; se ye- tence bIllet1 $ctr-It\n *u. ot the

'weekly is larger and contains much off and stuffed measured seven Circular 5o. 1447. came making nights cooler. ._.Malt wad \ sib ot them c pfere\;: A"'C11:
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more reading matter but the subscriber feet, and It wasn't a good day for snakes WASHINGTON, D. C., August 1, 1800. Hon. J. H. Harp and wife made a Henry Bloc. .er. se atenced.Not Lt'the Eelsu oQ1' 'tb } ot rte
never.finds in its columns a single either. Effective this date the verdict of guMIDedge l' eta. ria t claim
following two days visit last week, the guests of 't%0"' ..etoRanaam heeling .uon est Qti
line about his home.happenings, and We are glad to note that :Mrs. McAl transfers and appointments are C. F. Waldron. Mr. Harp reports well WJD: > yBDll eali1llt a hOg; sustains i the 'a thes a high

whether he prospers or fails, lives or lister's health is improving very much. announced: of his orange trees and has some oranges B an. ."le"eed. mat ,wad Q1et\ t md'ad
dies, the world would never know of it Mr. Wm. diet of guilty Note pie rs' -.tteten
Joe Webb is miller at the Banana Henry Tayloe, formely] on them now. ebeatl"g; 01 its tide :, sigh

through$ his big.weekly. And yet, if water mill now and is giving perfect District passenger Agent,Atlanta, Ga., It is a pleasant sight to .see Welaka J' da twit do bis tot eo',90' The DEJ1ASC1 and cb area. on all cow.

one of his family diet, or his horse goes satisfaction to his patrons. HOBO. is transferred and appointed District young ladies ride horse back. The guilty, Fin U bard}obO' e lltot adults disepat made
j..n'
astray, or his girl gets married, or hia NUMBER 2. Passenger Agent of this Company, sport so much enjoyed is a healthful fined In cou t! It.Dera\ on ot ...adre'syn..y
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mother from another state visits him, "How I wish it would rain" is the with office 53) Main Street, Norfolk, recreation.Mr. days, a as KantoWilitailp tl.1hine&- Gatt ,1/. an d-v\c\n\t1.\
this self same man will rush out of Va. : ya.8oVa
reporting to the General Passenger tbet vera '
breath,to the editor of the home paper most popular expression in Melrose.Mr. Agent. Beasley goes around with an unusual W.S.Ba: te, 1 of Rao M Lint! t- ,.-- pas nole

and that he into the local and Mrs. Weeks and little son, smile, caused by the arrival of 'disfiguring he \101\t3 he. Co1 J.
request put
Mr.
W. D. Allen, formerly Florida diet 1itt cong
of
of Leesburg are visiting the family of another daughter. ..a W for As \ k"
column few lines about the su
incident. .
a Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla., is Fine4, 1), o ae a nmeay 61tts wad e oB rile
Once upon a time King John was Mr. Corpew. transferred and appointed District Pass- Mr. and Mrs. Gates are about to a saws. bid

asked by a farmer if he had a dollar Miss Gertie Landin was called home. jnsfer Agent ot this Company, with leave for a season of rest. They willtry Henry Jo lm ore. ariT

bill., "No," replied King John, "I am by the serious illness of her sister. office Atlanta, Ga.,vice W. H. Tayioe, our coast this year. We learn many 1 building! _

nol a silver man nor a greenbacker for Avery pleasant surprise party was reporting: to Mr. S. H. Uardwick,A. G. 'people are there this season eurf bath State's prig

by the mass 1 have neither. "I want given Miss Bertha Boyce last week. P. A. rug, something we- all like, even 4 effect upon riT

It'* said he, "to send off for a paper." The young people wished to help her Mr. I:. A. Shipman, formerly Traveling BUCKEYE.CASTORIA. 4 nee of thre

"If it is for the Times Herald I can give celebrate her birthday. Passenger Agent, Birmingham, -0- Sanday; M

TMU a check." "No, I can't afford to Messrs. Priest, Perry and MuUin Ala., is transferred and appointed under bon<

take the county paper now. You see I and Misses Eva Priest and Mary Barnett Florida Passenger Agent of this Com Jos. E.

that this paper I am lending for givesto took in the excursion to St. Au pany, with office Jacksonville, Fla., living in

every subscriber 12 packets of seed gustine. They report a pleasant time vice W. D. Allen, reporting to Mr. S. Hot senteo
and 1 want some turnip seed right: now. H. Hardwick
A. G. P. A.
Joe E.
Mrs. Webb returned from Gainesville For Infant and Children
Of course these! men have a perfect Mr. J P. Billuns Is Traveling
last Saturday where she has beenvisiting appointed' until nextfive
ht'.to send off for foreign papers. rtthf
of this
her mother. Passenger Agent Company Tan
King John Is not complaining of such with office Birmingham, Ala., -
it The Normal school will close next, ywhat
a policy nor does wish to say that vice L. A. Shipman, reporting to Mr. ,
Is fa
Friday after an eight" weeks session. :
the individual is not doing to
justice C. A. Bn coter, A. G. P. A. aste"int! : .
Us citizenship. Hj simply wishes to The Melrose nine will go to Gainesville APPROVED:
effect of
speak of some of tie causes which extetaa" this week to witness the match J. M. GULP, ,lebestAyer's

i co to act I if opposition to the game between the Gainesville and TRAFFIC MANAGER.W. .
home; Fine strawberry Plants P5retion
paper \ Tampa learn A. TURK, aLUD1=

In speaking of il matter which tendsto Mr. and Mrs. Westgaard .ave a card GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.
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Injure the incoole of the local paperor party to a few of their'friends on Mon FOR SALE. 4.icq If

of a policy whicp comes in competition day evening. There's no way that we can discoverof
homl I making the BUCKSKIN BREECHES :I' t1\n furnish large, well-matured
with the weekly' prosperity The Methodist church is being$ re- ?

he does it in the bipe that the citizens modeled New windows will be put in, any better. We,ear that' are the STRAIVUERKY PLANTS in any -I-

will become moil interested in their a bell tower built in front and the house best working pants on earth We are quantity desired at one dollar per thou.

1 local paper andfe'dit! as far as they painted inside and out are so sure that we are right, that we sand. .
in that direction e I tAke all tae chances and offer .
lave mean to r| re you your a
The Miztfle brothers are putting Cth most Ad-
ridicule.In f upa money back if jou can find tqe small. accompanyaiharders.
and to
not to hold up
tpem mill for ginning cotton. cst detail about then that isn't right. dre a, R. F. BIGDOX,
the second cpuse of the cause of Then, too, we ask no more for them
News is scarce, probably owing to soilBox 238 Palatka Flo.
low price I is as t ijtfore mentioned the than uther makers charge for common x
the lack of rain. ( TRIXT.
big-weeklies oft tfce big dailies. It costs goods. tt

nothteg to prep Ire the matter aDd get ,
A Household Itemedr TH rev A4
the type in the|)>U weeklies, or comparatively Registration Notice. ?
And it never falls'to cure BheumaUra "Bread is theStaff rr -: _
nothi ;' The matter is selected r -- g 54

from Ibl daily touts and set Catarrh, Pimples, Ulotches and HIE REGISTRATION BOOKSfor -

aside cut! dewy or remodeled for thenefk'v.Bo all disease*arising from impure blood, Putnam County will be open forthe I of life. :

: tbejinnnpal coat i it white i is Botanfe Btooa Balm, (B. B. B.) Registration of voters in my office at ,. ;- ,
the Cost Home in Pataika, IIJn.-- Eat pure, who. .
ou < >
the
paper sfereotjAnDg, press work and Thousands endorse it as bet reme- .
some Bread. It's tha ,
mar!ing theta circulation secured by dy ever offered to mankind. The day, Wednesdays and Saturdays com ,

the big: weekfe4s affords an opportunityto thousands of cures per termed by this raeocing Monday, July 6th, l?OO. from "Illy way to keep 1

remedy are almost miraculous. Try it. 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m.. and from 2 health, especially m
reduce the dice or the small marginon
one subscriber [when multiplied by Only Sl.CO per large bottle. For sale o'clock p. m. until 5 p. m., as required a warm clime p. ,

. the agrigate amounts to a large sum. by druggists. See advertisement eke by law.'R. I pryutea t1y own baking and ,
D. HOW for cle takes and parity It's
For instance if 10,000 subscribers af where. talO x that
June 20th 1596. an--nc1 better than some
,
ford a profit of 5 cents each a 100,000 as J '
Eighty-five{ of the people "uperriso ire b;veif'm'mJa 9 4aar aQor.M"J. .
percent
might afford a profit of 40 cents each;
who are lame are affected on the left Topeko, Kansas bas a lad\i 1\- .. LIPSEY,
this added,.to the advertising income: \ ..
side. spatcher. | tral des Pro' 'f'tIrOn1wD. Ban"

would make.i a_large sum. --\-.1 -T :


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Apples -
t- O..
A. boy at Co.rvfJJe. P-.e.. ra Summer Excursion Rate to Golf +t At.

17 reads Ift.e fl10b KaI1.,.who evideat1ener 1a. .C-&B..rt..

lag; to the editor aDd writes&ib a Tery pretty I Southern As information, I beg to calcnr
the
of 18 to I .. at mom AsCleanliness cheap as- 'S ... .
about Pl'e6ent talked : : attention to the following rates ( chare

TbeTe w. once a t acme .1' m effect tu Gulf and Atlantic ;last
a !
\Tho
big
apple om brit Acres ow ed ; Railway. Resorts. Tickets will be sold try
sew
a f the
V orcbard armor who owned a little toad day until and including September th.

'n that Doan App.l4'IJ)".were but Yery easily raJSPd Peach ABSOLUTELY TEE SHORTEST ROUTE. with final return limit October at

the P-achNo And AI a lnwctt, bot thetrd ., the new way of. putting the expression, now that modern """ ""l" > -* i. ** 1SOC. Half rates will be made form

1 Were each worth mare than aPPka I't'tuh Peaches tpught, effort and enterprise have made it so easy to be clean. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING dren between the ages of five id
was
worth Since the introduction twelve
of the tntxe If tit bee. CARS years.TKOM
use
THOROUGHFARE
COACHES
a.r7 fa expense and care PALATKA.To .

apples raising thf'lD .. con: ared necea.With GOLD DUST VESTIBULED TRAINS. Port Tampa... .. . . .$ !00

apple rte did not pleu, the ... To St. Petersburg . . . 10)

P1nM1ftt ozoehAl'd, Wbo..W owner t last ot the 1fOat1I; .L"D ZAIi. 1OB.ru AND WUT. To Clearwater. .. .. . . .. 10)
declare the _
b that J6 gcw . . .
womb 1 pay, appJPI! unbend 'ashing. Powder .. ss .. 2 To Tarpon Springs 9.

\ OIl time w ben lie Said that tbereV v... l'r.na.13 1'f.' To Punta Gorda. . . . ... 111

J PfIacb. bar t a 16 apple Worth It is 1 not' only possible to keep a house All 'I'PaIae DaIl,. 'W. l..t Lu Tram aUr. .act TI.rt.. To Green Cove Springs$ ... .. 1

Boon as the people clew \, but with its help this can be done Cla-U ZKPr..' . .
gang applee be- To New Smyrna. . .. 3. \
until' Price with but the working herself 1 rIn

.817 to ba.1 Pp1ee "atead1Jr"ere deUe tod kth. A large housekeeper package of GOLD DUST 7ok'vin.. l'.aAP_.........a z a a3 pm L... ..1ACboD 1' a A P.tf pm AD AID To Daytona. .... .. . . ... 2i iTo t

one peach l1eces. L\o Ev.rstt.1'a A P_......" 0 8'1 am .U pm Yr.rslt. Sou-then..... a x0 m. 1 .0 am Ormond .. ... . . ... 22

should contended be adopted that U the I8 to I Jaw cost only 25 cents. When You you buy t-lookout L.SaYUo'o l'aAP........ 115 p 35 p. 11 :n...... .. : 1: Pia To St. Augustine . . .. 2 1-
it if GOLD DUST. :
""M aat Lv lblatabl ,a.nth'a.......... 121 lot am" Chattttaaoog.." :::::::19 i am
teRMM tart be 8tU.'b O 6 p. 10.uau.rIoU..8outh.n. To Brunswick .. ... . .. 77sFor
be is like this .
if .
all right the package> _.... UD 1 aD Cbu A c..... f U aID 'a.I pm
value applt'l "" am .. .tt'2
mAdlatel ""ouJd tcrea.e and thattheir Sold "''PM". ...4. oaly br .uWuJ&"a.Sou........ 54211111 atavi ;G'hern... 7 un tam information regarding schedulesetc.

y the actual that tm TH N. K. FAIRBANK COHP.ANICAOO At3aitlanPaBB.' ........ 100 L.,. A.'laDta. ... To iii .......... ., the public is requested to call 01
and Peaches parity bPtweeaapple. aD pm. )ana1 1ament, e'ra JI 90 pm ......
atead of 32 co wOUld be 16tol CH BT. LOUIS NEW YOIUC,' BOSTON PHILADELPHIA. .uft11a b1a.Pa.B.BUS .Ul a :; :r K. Q M. 5F a 10 m ..... or write to any Ticket Agent of the
1.
fa. .........
Such .
CLyH0r.8AM 610
farther boa tinned, a bw, the farmer .uNTork,PaaI......... 4ap Ilhaa ......... ............ ......... ...... pm........... Plant System:; or the undersigned.

".'thing...,..,."s"---111 another I'MnAroL would-- ----Prose It a_ rood = 'beqh lbex.a4 .f 5k. Ik,." 11 a DaU7.t.aoboa'f'tu..J'.a..P. F. M. JOLLY,

appl age the apPle i fndaatry and WOUld en. ............ pili Division Passenger Agent,

time doable YPJ'y P1entUal their bat at the make 8arne GO TOJOI4N : South-'rn...::::::::::: I 1I50 :: QUICK TIME TO ALL Tampa, Fla.

but tanner adjoining YaOEA. \the. .:::-A rs. : Wit,Ri ne:: I : ::, POINTS NAMED The U. S. Gov't Reports
'bo -
..
ral56d raiser 0.n. T1me. J 8)
land only 0Qrn sand oaTUle ........... ...110 pm
"'ith would not produce whose .u. "''Q. 10............... 'U P amlu show Royal Baking Powder
the .p d" P. DUANEFOR
apple joined -,. all 4tbet
to man fJ1 e+ rinr 'it s.
J Jaw, dftnandiDg rt 'n1a 1M'" ETe.tt for Bnmlwick a' '1:00
Ilot Which: the peach a 18 nu. to D..aaIaJa.au.m.Aah.'f't.Ua. : a.:II&daily. Through PIaDJDAD. lIMper:,
J'aJaer
tulderwtand
do not, for the, and We coate e that COuld we For CuUlnf'ormatlol1. apply to any Agent of this great Railway County and City Directory.

not demand ProPeed 18 to 11.w Its
that did System or connections.
w, oona be benetlted COU3TTT OFFICERS:

U the CornUe byJa hioned AllPork.Sausage Y. J... mr; W. a GREEN, J. M. OULP, S. H. HABDWIOE Judge Criminal' Coon of Kecord-W HWigg.

afJYer1natead young man will -a .........Agent. Cha.Snp.rtntnd.Tr.fflo VUn*< r. AM O.a. P.... AV. .
of eac.be. of apples and gold J'ead w. t3_.Do a. Wa.hlnt n.D.a Wa.hijgtoe. D. a Atlanta.. County Solicitor-B.P.Ca'houn.
ii he will instead Clerk-J.N. Bla wel1.
hATe&boat the 18 to I doctrine bow aU ""e bow 12} CENTS PER POUND. W, D. ALLEN, Judge County Court-M. I.Coze.

beers able to fad ADd aU wetchigm J'1or1da Pa.elSrer Agent County Commissioner W. Thompson, i

Globo oath SPARE 111138, 12 1 cents. GEORGIA: STALL-FED: BEEF BEST Curs, 12c July Ith I8c m Wed Bay 8''lACK'IONVII..LK.' FLA Chairman i ; 8.J. Kennerly.C. H.GDcBrlst,John

1 _. and U eel1t. } Hank,John Harrej. The Board meets the
r'Oor -' Z:: = first
L..d.rDe --- --- Thursday In each month.
Gra.
Henry Georg the )(JeI6k.. .. I Clerk Circuit Court-Joseph nice.
011 well E AN PROMPT DELIVERY
taxation known
ann 'Writer Sheriff-John W Xagan.
Part the .i1Ter ooaoel that be 1riU County Collector-Frank C. Blanchard. I
Mr. Goorge candidate for re 8U P' County Treasurer L, LIUentbaL

e 1a UplaiD' that be dent PENINSULAR County Asaeasor-W.:U.'WiHiams.Superriaor 1
It will do frtfe silver and d08lnotoee 1aciijilijjd FLORIDA CENTRAL & R R of Registration. H.)[erryda,.

&IJ.1thfng' that eta BOARD Or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
coke tor it, bra t .be will adsoca Rigging Dr. E. S. Crill, Chairman John H. Green
011 the ?Ore for .
tbe Jt'1ferwonian that It 1101 1101be1J \ 1[.J.Fowler. Thos. W. Ralph, Secretary.
repye+ Superintendent Board of Publle Instraction.
righ. "to aU and Principle special of We make a specialty of high class Yacht_ Sails and \ Tbos. W. Ralph. '.

bODe.r Prl gging-and our sails to fit CITY OJ'J'CEBS.
\ R guarantee perfectly '
fa oerta1nJ. __ ) New Florida Northern Air Line Mayor-George E.Gay.
any ODe can!!-red" '! T h ara, to nee .ow 'end us dimension of your boat and we will submv City Clerk B.B. Cooper.
Jt'1renonian .
a scheme to give,. d0oktneln gal t plans and estimate on her complete outfit .&.Hes or-Ptter Gardner I
the Pl'Odnoerw 8pe fal' Drldlegef CoDector-Dr.B.J:.Morgan.

l l 8 nnage h to for Ahoa.all M.allrerbttlllor do not want; helves 10 ( And Florida Trnnk Line. Treunrer-George cf Poiio-X.W J.Uer.Clltef TraetBan.Cbitf .

of to baTe'.he. I'rodaet The y of r df'tD&IId, the right uaI darn, \ Flags "od Teijts, Fire Department-George. Wtrtx.
a
'U aural 1
doabte'srt JbJ,* eo1Ded at camber TIME TABLE IN AFFECT JUNE 14. 1896.XOMTHSBII OEM CITY GUARDS.
that of it. a ratio ae4irlege > .,, ,i Nets I0ttrth Battalion, &
,1 fnae "a1U6. y mar, and Company C, F. T
brthe1"Od H.At.DrMONTMOLUN, Captalr
det'd that the ....tio I w. r UOUSE. 0.rBENEVOLE5T
on the 'b L: .t .g
\two. metal. aDd that bulUaq Tyne ot --:-- : A\arire Goods. R A C reel .mo rOtSTS. :i-a S; v ft :au
'
.tio. w as 'boUT. OOUunezoofal thegae.tl oa of Y. 1 q 0 .N A A ao AN Y AND OTIIEBMAMOMC.. BOC'

a btmetali 0Ile. Send 60. (tumps) hi new Illustrated:: Catilojut .lOor .Mp 120: 6669730p .... LT..JacksonTUto..Arj .... 00p 740p IKp .
The TaUtk Lodse. No. 34 r. I n
ubI.: mep16ro tCp .tftp t : ...... L..yaaJM..Ar ...... p .II.'P _.....
J1a< at 16.t. o I &l'e ap CEO; e CARPENTER & CO., ...z.. /35p 10r.a: u Rf'C' ... .. .JCTerett: .. ._ 900s..9. ...... 11005 at 7 JO o'clock.
They want aUTeI'mono. Q2.Zo4. ZO6 ... .. .. ... .S ..... ......Brunswick;,....Art",,q.. .. .... ...... .
too t.Q drfYe< by torolng the ,, .. ...... ...... 1221p fI.t Zt-III 116p ::.... LT....SaTaanah Ar ,.... ...... ... LOWS VALE,(Mercury.
allrer pee Y.V to '_' ...207p 120& ...... r..a.lrfax.8. C..LT.. .. .... 310a ...... ..... ....... '
of maiaeT 7'hilI.. the / Diennt r ....".. ... .. : ,,,.I''" 8004 .... .AI' ...Augusta,Ga.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ...... Putnam C&ipur.No.", R. A. M.-MetU Bee
,.. eq a aJ r184te Sad 1 rDnlDP1Detat of ... ...1...... 247 ... -: Cite .:.. .. nmarIt.8c.. H ..::.. J'Jl'a13C7a :..:... :.... ...... oneS and Fourth Monday Mgbts.
':!C, ao &- Pth/a. et t. I Houses of'all kindsto .... ..f...... t "1:1): ...r 4 ... ...I". Columbia, 8 C_ ...... ...... .425p........ ..... W. r. AM E8ON,H.P.
Cleveland. ......' .. .. ..... I04.1a ....1 JSpartanburr.! 8 C. ... .... 520p....... ...... .....
u CreaUy m 4 tat For the above the F. & ...... .. ..., .Fj..c 1 .... i I" Athetnie.N C,, ... ... ..'".. ....... ...._ THEO "DlBSON: ,SecreUfJ.
C. |
*, a Party en i* P. red oc lIfon 4 Rent or for sale. .... .. ......1820e.. _.. ...Charlotte, N C_ ,......215p1...... .... ......
which .1".
1118 of .tarta.OUt boUlhern Raliw 1 cell round i .... .. ..... # a ,' ".. .. ..Salisbury, N C.. '...... 12p ...... .... ...... O.nclUfn.A8. M. rilatka No -Meet
"
matglar;nR favor. trip 4 1 wi ...... ..... (255........I .Greensboro,NC.. ..... 740pOfSp ...... .... ,..... fe urUi Wotftxsda teLR.ea*!.SMtita. '
al Interest U etI fro a' in Florida{ .... ..... 1 ...... anT.UeVa..- ..... ....../ .... ...... *
to DtYea6d n leta ; Thos. Hr Keating .. __. ..... .. .....i'I ...kkbnond. Va. .... .I.. 5Sp ....... .... ...... ::. I1A8KELL.T. t C: it
for 0.. at a rate f one'farei'j .... .' .. ....IIOI2-i.lll I35p ..... 1 ." .L ncbburg, Va. ** ..... 400pt27p ....../71............ W. i'. ANDIRSOiI,1ec.
the c 5:SOp } ..Charlottesrille..M .
eta roundtrip' Tide will be'' Lemon Street. .::::' :::::: : I .: ::.::1 I' ..WaahrRton, ::::: 1115a2a :::::: : :::: :::::: PALATKA COXXA..N E1tT, Xa B. K.T.
HP Aan.". ) .... .. ... lar.p .. _alttmore. ..... .... ...........
:. and 23,1 meted for ."..... .. ....1.25&1 it; 256& q"q. "Phrladelphla.!'.' .. .......I 7SOa ......f .... ...... Br.Kt r:.Eo HASKELL E. C.
retnrol.y. ''1'' '.? r 2, Those ..._._ ...'.. u 6205 ..I.. ...New York...,, ...... .1215 .. ... ........... 6r. Et.T. tt. AKDCB9ON: Bec rder.
"'h\! c'':. '': _' tembt ,,_. ....__ 9;; JOOp ......1.. ......Boston. ..... .... lOOp'....... ...........
; L sing adr' lJM r.,1 Yj \* WA Ithrougb' S. E CHILDS. Order el tte Eastern Star-Meet. third and

sec N.tJoa.l Hear, _chi_;:o___ L., Al o Uirooch Simpers New T.rk. aorta Thursdays of each month.
.ems 37 and SH wwry thronph: 8Ie pen b t ea JackMBTina and Tampa and New Twk.Elefmnt MATTIK E. McLABTT, W M.MAUXME .
"'- 3 f o (Jin I ThrouRh/ bay oacbe* Jacluonvll: a to Charlolt on No. 35 aad 3 above Ataoonto UaU,,
iii corner Lemon
& P! Ld J and Front treeu.
I PIANO FORTES

e also ap- HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. L o. o. r.
life and CJXCIXNATIJACKSOXVILLE.4 II To St. Louis, Chicago,Stone City.
And ORGANS. I ..- Chicago Toledo ) -2 Pioneer Lodge,No.23, L O.O.r.-Meets every
route begiving ,. :8.. a "o I Detroit O1enlaDd.a I a I I u'.. No. 86,1 1 I Xo.33690pmLT. Tuesday night. L. C. STEPHENS, K. G.
a'beautiful '' Q':;;:: Lobvine 1iuhciS.\ .. d cd T.W.RALPH, Secretary.
'd4a n:i yUle and IndianPOM a Z a ; .......JickeonTtlle..Ar 9 00am
PIANO TUNING GREAT SPE Va *. 71 I 'OUam LT1220pm'LT. ".-.tlut&-L". 1060pm266pm Members the Fraternity when visiting the
I
I
= e ...... Birmin bam..Lv! city are invited to meet with us.
n North'e ,&pmIL..Ho! & 1t\prtngs.LY 720am
CIALTY. ........ ... ..
630pmlLv.JackaonvlfeA 716amLT| !It. LOuie .. LT 730fBt: ) UlGBTS 01' HONOR.
S&TJackson .. ......
I'' LT 1310
Mr. CHILDS was traveling; salesman :>t abti.tbtt..l.r'::. ..MaconkoOamlAr :. [[ ; ........LT. 790am Harmony Lodce No 2Mf-leeta 1 int ana
and tuner for for P. P.Wfrldn' 445p760p 2ti0aID ....AtlanU _.LT 1i2opmdt..kbi.y' .......LT I OOpmItOOp Third Wednesday of the month.W. .
twenty years ......
.
.45 p. m.erved I 3Wm'Lv..Atlantx.... 130pmAtlanU : 700a .Ar 115Pm10.t2aSpm'AtCbaC.inooga H WARREN, Dicta, r
.-SouJitrn hone ... ?
great move 8 OSpOi 12 Ida .. LT ..758m
by'r of New Orleans., Mr. Werlein* made 4 I \ ..._.... 1"1iO&m B.iDONh-ELLV,Reporter.

to TVAgent. a public assertion that Mr. Childs was ...... I i0pm! LY -... 13I\pm T 00a
,> K. Or P.
7 4 Slop Through Pullman Sleeper between Jackson.I
the beatpiano tuner in the, city of few ..".'..". 70&viaAr ISamJAr cbatUAoon..Ciacinnau. .* (I 800pm 830pNo I and Cincinnati. 8U Juhot?ILodge. No.R, K.of PMeett CTeryThorsdayKieht.

; Orleans. C. J. BOLINOER: C. ('.

Mr. CIIILDS keeps the best and 36 and W carry through Pull- ASHETILLE: J. DONNELLY.K. R. S.
4 cheapest Pianos ever stud& in the South. man sleepers between JacksonTllle BOUTS Uniform ItanIt K.of P,No.4-Meets for drill l
I Headquarters at R AN'3 Mammoth ,and Cincinnati. Between JackaonTille and CincinnaU. eve and and Fourth Wed.Deeda1.a1Pta, at

\If .._ ....._
SOpm.LT. .Jacuoo'f'tlle. 00am
: House
Furnishing No. 37 -
Y E_ edy for Emporium, No. 38' connection carries sleeper It 15pm L..Samnnah..Ar 463am A. C. HAMRICK.Br. KL Captain.
Lemon streetResidence 40nara Ar...... Colnmbia..., .. LT 12 67am W. L. BILta,Sr. Kt. Lieut. t
lie nowbeen and Musical Conservatory Atlanta to & u.ooga.Passengers 104Sum Ar...... Ppartanborg .. ..'LT 620pm367pm -
Q at Chatta. .... TiH....... .
as remain
can 1245pm Ar. Henderson .LT IMPROVED ORDER Or BED MEX.OKKXHrvKCxTUBK.Ko.
,/ -First street second door from McLar- ... ...
e .. Ar .AsheTille..Lv
to the 7 liitpm 21.1pmU40pm .
noog in sleeper nntil a. m. : I5.-Prorbet. C. L
tf's store. ..... .
Ar. Hot 9ptiRa..Lv
com-, FALATKA FLA. Clo*!>e conneeMons fn Chicago and I 413pm 725pm Ar..............KnoxTtlle.Lexington............ 800am l=:nb D. Uchie}> H "ja a ri,
4 25am Ar 45am
I t rep e.l Wta.tcrr volJt! 715am I Ar....:,:- :::::::.tr )/800pm more lerwin.; K.' Keeper. Nn=eot.of Waspnra.Meets C"1d w. ds; Ht... i !

tx3s ofdacbe. first four Motxuy ttiRbt In each month
E. .HASKELL Visiting brethren ccrdiuIriaTited to attend.
Nae. S \
e'Nat ;South aDd Wetlt Flortda aDd New TiNoe
i Sice 1r.: \and Ii aDd 10 o.UVeteran \
P'tu L.a WgER" DaIly.1! ora._.. Daily Da1Jy.I )
.1 Post.No.12. Department of Fl.mdaMeots -

9 1.. tlrst .. 'T ;;SmILT............Fernandina.............At ...;...... J20pm tbe third au/! fourth Ttrantfay nights.
en+ ... 1 eam\LY...--........Callahan........ ....Ar ..:...... S 33pm ;-s m Post Room in second mtrj CrHTs Hiock.O .
,, band ((1) o+ ilsam t.T.............Jsck.ontfne.Ar 750.m: 34ttm o L. VOX. Commander
Care Office hou J: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., and ...c..t 0 L I101pa1 'G6am Ar.... .......... BaJ1IwlD ............, _Lyam' 245pm l sa ms i: S:: W.8.NUGEST.AajqUAt.)

t enin? G to 8. en .,J en I it I211a1 3rp noa: :::::::::::::; ::::;a,::::. :::::::::::::: 611 1 : Uir Eo; I

Office moved to Second street, next <( ((1) i..... .. i ..............GaJnee.BIe. ............" .. 1130am. NATIONAL FRAI1EL.1TY.GemGkyLodgewar.reelsini .
to Methodist( Clnreh. 0 t c I ...... .. ... ... etiar aey.. d.... .... .. ..\: I5aa .. .r n.iCHan. I
"r s..l. i '
r'1 12,; QSa JtHtm "........ ..... hawthatne 3 u.12Up 6 ;y
A a PALATKA. FLORIDA. 130am 124pm ..................Ciua .... ........ ...." 3 11 4511. w ever Timw-HenbM Pnssting Ofllvo'clock ...t 1
: SP .oJ: C .. ... 2IPpri" ".... ........!lher prtaca........ ...." .. .'.. .... III::s nL p. m., .ee Bd Wlftssiiiy in 'a. b
II I Wj'I' I 22am U'pml ... ... .... Ovala ... .. ...... ." 1 IlC5p :;.., Grr.Uw.
,1'd. .. moaSb. R. J. RILKs
,1'\- 1, .. Hoarse.. .. .
::J.s 358aa' I ". :' :::: ': wildwood .'. ::'::: : i s 100am _o B C.LA NNLNG. Aeaoaaiu9.POULTRY.

John J J. I IDEAtEn 0. O. C 5415m1 S 32spm fpm; .. ... .. "...... Lembarr ... .. .. ... rami' 'S'am! 0 =3a
Little t.; ...., fMpm .. .. ...T..al'N. .._. ... OfamQ _
1i' < )C 3 #1.1....... ... .. Orlaado. .. ... ..I" ,4 -z:
l lz -. 0 .. ,.. e2soml: .. .. ,.. .. .Winter Park... .. ... f CU ?
( ., > 'tq't .... 4/epm. .... .. .. ..lrt (atJw rlJle .. ... .. 1. Igram
-
/ __ en E. aaj .JIpa, .. .. .... .... LaoooeIIee.. .. .. ....,.. ::1'Jfpmi 1 9 alum :; + ,
IX-_ ++ 0 6lfaJIII 4 4tIpm .. ..., ..-- ..Dade CI'Y .. .... .... .." l I shim 5 < ctS .-e 6 tram 641pm.; .._-....... .. .. .That City.-....... ... ItJtm T 4km -
= 0 .535m! 1 JIitom ""...... .. .d. Tuapa -, ...- ...." T' 7 OOam t. [ '
C = i, Qy ;.. PURE BRED STOCK.
It xII A1esYines Liquors C WJ.- -J ->> I5ulL"... .. Jads.adlfe.... -......... .,......tUUa, t ;.= _.
: [ .- Q-( M"1pIaUIIIam.AT ... .' -. .... Lake City.. .. --....., i a1taIDl14' m :
A U 0 n tin But-,, ..- -- ... .L1ve that -....... ... .. IMam .syT. :; 3C BARRED PLYMOUTH JOCKS.
= s.. 2e0aa l11pm ".-.. .... ......1b4IIenD ... .... ..... -" 34aa1 IIIfIDI i'. e
__ > d 4iAam2S11pm! ..- ... )IOIt oe1lo.._, .. .. _... : x2551 141ar t =l w30xm1 BROW and WHITE L1J6HORN: !t.
I! And CIGARS. :; .. Tallxha.M. .... . ,. ', 140.11, I20p.n .
... t tl'a. i U 0 ; .1.3IIpDi.33epa "_.-".... .... _".....Qa4aey ...... -......l 1II455mli j.1 j.. ..... s.. .. EGOS tor Haicnms 51 per 13; three
..... ':J>' a. SUpm!! ...... ..... _lUnrJ..c1oD ... .. .. ::':
y,,.r,,, 4 --TulllDu'1J- e'pm. ".... ......... .r.a.neoIa. ..... ....-.. .." I 656 ,,,t"Tuourh ..". .-.". :y; =: the 84.
..t 916 BEBGEK ST., lI"rL sleeper..Acnontllk 0IWn .......... ....-rMiIbUe.. .."..." ..' I i t..:.:,::J.......... settings2.- O; settiug,
;., \ .w T35am; ... .... .. .. hrteaDa __ .. .. .." I' ;..mi.Orna. ... ..... Fowls shipped at single express rates
""
Take :Street
.. Bergen Carat the
Broo ,
?'j"'f ,yn Bridge; it passes the door 1t; c.. -ALSODE&6IC.4Tm --

: !f rAL 1 Always pleaael'to.receive. mr [it Sunday tCVmnectiooi at Tampa for St. Petersburg. Manatee Hirer and Key Fisn,
Pa
1atka fnends. fina teamen. tsteamer "Manatee" for riier. At htark and
"', my!.>- nail tea \It Waldo ateamer for)Iem.... CM.MCW ellahassee for St. Marks CaraheU MEAT MEAL
h } { rarer Its, 15. (x.anectaatRinrJanction for Cnattaaoocbee BiTer teamen. Connect al MICA CRYSTAL GRIT

w xoncsv and rurhies -.will.aria.tkaia be* cheeked from Union Depot. Ticket will t* sold at the city ticket office,' Write for prices to r
a -.t I WUT enf7 JIWi aDd wont fa [4 as wen M at the Union Depot ticket offle -
t a 'h xaz States InUrMted in u.. O'a the t'aJted: ,y 2H J. L MARSHALL, 'I C. BAILLIE
.
\" I habits to bare one of my bokjet tktW 17 Ticket Agent,2ot West Bay Street,corner Hoean,JacksoBTille,ITa ,
eases. Addr" B. M. wodey dt5. IGTOX,Trafflc Manager. A.O.MACDOXtLL,Gen.Pa* .Agent Inlerlarbeo Fla.
I 567. and ee4 w'tt..-...;.&.. .... \> a, nol ,

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.I THE TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST 28, 1896. ;j, ..-

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Cheap Rates Over the Plant System I EVERY FAMILY .< 1, t

INLY VIGOR I SHOULD KNOW THAT NO INCREASE IN PURCHASING POWER

I beg to call your attention to the)..
ONce MORE .. harmony round trip rates effective via the Plant I ...... Silver Would >ot nlp to Boy al.rMaaufwrtarvd .
the world.2000cnnpLtell the Farmer
System by Enabltae
cured men arestaging to Milwaukee, Wis., account Oooda.
happy praise for Baptist Young People's Union of
HEADQUARTERS { "How would
FOR BARGAINS DH&ndsome
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the greatest,grandest to tbe qnaeetiou.
and moet mo- America, July 16th to l&tn rate from ; In reply of everything he

cure for Jacksonville (30.35 round trip. Tick doubling the prices for
ana works
and who
Joet vigor known to eta on rae: July 13-15 limit by depositing fURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING OOOS buys help" the man in a Now Yro-k pa-

medical clenc*.An with Joint .A ?tnt. Limit will be i wages? publwbed were receivti.
;account this won- a number of letters
exti nded
August 5th per.
'dtrful diaeowry, la Oak Chamber Snits cheaper than has been eld n PaJat advocates of free sUrer. TM argn-
book formwtthrefth To St. Louis) account National Peo- I ever [ from the
errace and proofs ple's Fatty Convention rate of $25.50 Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassware Lamps and Croc ;ery, at lowest men t In nearly all the tetter was t
will be Bent to sufsnen of farm product
(sealed) I,... Full manly Yleoraently round trip, tickets July 19th to 21st prices. ,. lame-that if the price
restored. Failure impossible. limited to return until July 27th. In fact, you will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any were doubled by measuring would

!MEDICALCO.BUFFALOH.Y.Foodworth's The Plant System operates Double I and all time:. cheap liter dollars the farmer This

Daily trains from Jacksonville. 8.20.. I Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed. be able to buy far Corerood&
m. and 7.00 p. m. is the quickest and : ".rrrr remarking rmtfr. ttt* toe Off the writers claimed would caa egreatly <>

Question Answered.By only jine running through sleeping cars I eVrfel TBfNAZ.la ttt sad quick EXTERNAL*cti.t u rellerttlttrtu**.*md we*.. Corner Lemon increased demand: for all would kindS

I to bt. Louis, and is several horns the Pa.In-KIller ta pre tor E.r.cknl. and Third Struts of manufactured articles and

the demonetization of silver I quickest line Milwaukee: via Chicago. I .. DIrnhwa Dre..t.rty:::: e. ..:Nr: thus give employment to more worker
.
:mean that its value as standard Kindly give out this information at c................S 8owdPainKIllcr '""*" """(' Nice Roller Top Cherry Desk and an Iron SafeFOR and by increasing the demand fop labor

ey has been taken from it. It la your station to passengers making Inquiry ;;7r E "': tend advaa0e wages. For LIlt'the reason
as to rates for above occaions, PIckBCM, Hick H* e. SALE' AT A BARGAIN workingmen of the north and east
longer a measure of values, but and as to the quickest and desirable Back or HUe,Ufee.isaUaH aa4 H..ralchu to lupport free silrer even

ely a commodity.Act route. Direct connections are made at Pain-Killer ens( L1'1N Mvri' were though urged it threatened to immediately

of 1873, Sec. 15, provides Jacksonville from your station, ,both MADB. It brlBf* y.rdr..d pezm .M ara We will Sell You their living expense without
double
going and returning thus te alt cam* of JlrntoM, C.U? ;;;.. '., a
hat the silver coins of the United saving you 5..r. Mara.. ton.PaleK111Cf. doubling their wages .

lea shall be a trade dollar, a half any inconvenience and less of time. '" w u.l-t 'dro.t.e The fallacy in the pretense that making
lb.
Very truly yours, III...*.let Tmrm.r, Tlmmttr, Aall.r, eel PIANO higher through reducing the
liar, or fifty-cent piece; a quarter or B. L. Todd U or ORCAN price
I .fad. all cin K wanting a.*4lrla.aI.a,.M dollar will increas* thefarmer'
ent -five-cent piece; a dime, or ten- Diyis'on Passenger Agent. I ha with 4.aB4 certalatr<'-1.c..u.1'roliof. exteraallr TWO of the power should tydt

For less money than any house in the Southern States. We will de purchasing evidtlai
jot piece, and the weight of the trade IS schoolboy Per it is
DEMOCBAT1C AFFOINTMEKTS. BI REOOMMIlNDIlD'r liver it at roar nearest railway depot or steamboat landing, with com deceive a of farmproduct
sitar i-ball be 420 troy the of all kinds
grains ; if the price
e plete outfit and that
subject to trial in own house and perfectly
not
A U.t of Place Where BY your IK measuring
'tight of the half-dollar shall be 12 Meetings are Zx- V."Y.OlJY. are doubled by
satisfactory we will pay the freight both We bay *
peete4 to b. Held. InraJn N a M.dtdesCb..th ways. the prices of every
Killer silver,
tarns and one-half of a gram; the quar.er ttMir, and uw .w them in cheap
The Committee the ..... wttboal ... Bargains UT SLIGHTLY USED AND manufactured gcedawWThus alao bedouble.
Campaign of port rip.l of HLCOXDHJLND Pianos ai d Organs I kind of
dollar and the dime shall be respec.ively /11'1. family CM aftard I* IM wtthort Cia wheat is now worth 60
State Democratic Executive .BTJO>bI*rm.dy la tb. Its price brine which have .._
Committee been
one-half and one-fifth of the M wltbta U, each of an.::: It will aaaiujy rented or taken in exchange on ne Instruments. iiheL and the cilrerite*promlae
weight of the said half-dollar and said has issued the following ''circular I ,!...loaaj tint tt tIo.yTW ,'bills. JTe will make the Terms cent al its price will be
Jhnraro of aono but 1M SO Easy you can l that under free coinage
!
PR....-1'AA1' Lavia hare an instrument without feeling tho uuUay. Site tslc 1 at t Half prtci e I i* now 7 cents
Coins shall be a legal tender at their with the request that all demo- Write us. i $1,20 per bushel Cotton dollar

nominal value for any amount not exceeding cratic papers in the State copy the per pound. Measured in 50 So cent with all

$5 in any one payment." same and keep the public Informed of this would be 14 cents .
&
BENJ. P. CALHOUN ,Freyer Bradley Music Co other farm products.
It Wilt be seen from the section just the appointments.The But when the farmer went to town to

quoted that no provision was made for State candidates and other speak: 24 ., and boy goods, he would find that the purchasing -

coining the standard silver dollar of era will address the people of the State a 7BwWs" JACKsllHVILlE, FUATLNTA I. power of his products had cent not
ATTORNEY A AT hundredth of 1 per
412} grains. The standard silver dol. of Florida at the following times and LAW, i Increased one- which now sell

lar of 4121 grains standard silver or places: I GA., AKD CHATTANOOGA, 'ENN..L for the price of calico would then be 18

371 f grain pure silver was the unit of After the opening meeting August Palatka.TOrrfcit Florida CfULL BLOCK over Post offlc _- cents.at 8 cents The per price yard of sugar which Is now

value pnor to 1673. But in the act of 4,1896, there will be two parties of fe23-tf 6 cents a pound would then be 12 cents.

1873 no mention of this dollar was speakers engaged In the State 1-rL-T r TJ .1 And everything else would be equally-
cam. R. W. & W. M. DAVIS with the
made but the unit of value in price as compared
was transferred paign. The names of speakers In each
doubled the present
Under
to the gold dollur of 25 8.10grains party Is attached to the lists following: j I ATTORNEYS AT LAW .i Ripans Tabijjles. .the fanner's crop ext -

standard. FIRST LIlT. { money system for a certain au_........u.. ftf 0--cmods.:

Sec. 17 of the same act provides Angnit 21-Marianna,II a m rlickman-Kenneri Block i Lemon Stra* changes free silver it could not powibly
Under
"That no coins, either o! gold, silveror Angnst August I4-We.tyllle,12 22-Ch1pleJ.1I a m a m Palatka. Fla. del, Disease commonly comest on with slight eymp Lms, which when exchange for. larger quantity and grit on of

minor coinage, shall hereafter be Issued August 25-DeFunlak. Ham '1August I neglected Increase In extent and gradually grow da lerons.US : account of the general un.ettltnn thecountrr"

from the mint other than those of as-MUton. 11 a m i 'r. business caused by overturning
I. Ju. li
If SUFFER would
PuircelUATTORNEY FROM
HEADACHE
the August 26-PenIaooIa.night you DYSrn.Vfl TJTT) TABDLESfflS r. ,financial policy it
standards and
denominations PEPSIA or INDIGESTION IdlO Alf deal less.
Aogtut2 Ferry 11 a u probabty.bring a good
weights herein set forth." September 1-Mayo, 11 a m If you are BILtlOJJ. O'' JTIP' \TED, or The idea that calling two four and

If Sec. 15 leaves any Doubts, In re- September 3-Gainei vine. II a meeptember have A DISORDERED LIVER. Take RIP : TABULESAN3 four eight will enable the farmers to ,-1.

gtrd to the standard silver dollar, Sec ;BrpMoa.II a m And Co.n..Uor at Law. opposite the Court If vat COIPLEXIOt IS BILLOW, er yea TlVn buy more than they do now is worthy of

17 settles all. I SeptemberCedar Key,S p meevtembsr BOBS*. SCFFEB DISTBCSS AFTW UTile,. IdiC RIP | TABULES free dlvltrlogio.., That any one sbould./
*-etarkcJpm r"RuIFraction in an Courts. FALATKA it seriously U eridws !-
The next act affecting finance "was September -gcala.1t a m ua-tt Fer OrfESSIVI BBEiTH aid ALL BISOBDIKS be f0@4"aooe'P money
.. OF THE STOX1CH Take RIP! ASS TABULES sof ihe.efiect of ,the cheap
the Bland-Allisorl act,, of 1 & This September t-lDftrDe 11 a m reasoning faculties,

act reinstated thestwjdard.sflye.rtiol, September September S-OeaterHDl.llam-BrooksnOe, Ham JOHN D. BLACKWELL. Rtpans Tabole act gently bat promptly apoi the, UTer.,stgtf4eh delusVon.* :.oOjthe-5 1J..a.i

lar of 412} grains givbg Jt legal tender tap.Mftter ltX>*4 aty, 11 a ID and intestines; cleanse the system effect a illy; car 9 dyspepiU. h bl- .*...tMbfufim- .WU B.Ot aUyTh

powers>> both public and private. It also September U-PlaatClty, It a m ATTORNEY LAW. teal constipation, offensive breath and heevSaohe. One TABVLa: taken oenew.tgturas for 18dO '!show

required the plcLue of noUes than fttCtnabes wimapt,night BOOM 11 CKHJ. BLOCK if at the first indication of indigestion, biliousness,dUeating (nose, distress after th tbenwtre- in that year 8,004,016
September -Paideatown Jl a m or depression of will the in the United
2,000,000 worth spirits, study and alckly remove Iiult:1u: laborer*
per month nor note Beptemb U-J9t.J>t jr toirj.U a m Orer Post-Cffloe. 1MJjyilavinj whole difficulty. TI'ta Ininwne number of per-
tfcanf4,000,000 worth ermonth.1t'* It September W-Kef West night I ..,!ea la carf1'Ibe1be1e4 -
September Ripen Tabnles are prepared from a preacripj aonwidely used by Sees itfe nowpattUMT w. .
ISale's
also required the silver so purchased to resigned the office of ,ftM. :Sudsy a 16 to 1
State the best on
l ftetaber IT-Tlftpriqe. i p ID physicians, and presented in the for .most approved by paid indoUara.with
be
be coined into dollars. have
September> IS-Canf;21 a m Attorney resumed the practice modern science. 1 vine coinage lawthq.oal4
The next act is known the.fiber September l8-Or1&Ddo.night of law In all IU only h alf the purchasing
branches.W. If fair trial
given a Ripans Tabales are an tnt onthey contain This
t reoelTe.
< ;; H.
feepWber 19-KlMlmmee.: Ham VflQQ. of those they now
Act. This
man act the Secretary
required SeplemW l-LaeUnd.night Office, No. 1 Shelly Building, opposite nothing injurious and are an economical re '\ ''would power be equal to a reduction of 60 per
of the to silver -
Treasury purchase Court
House. P
Sepumbar &-Bartow.Ham latka.Fla. thelx' wages.

bullion not exceeding 4,.00,000 ounces epiembec 23-Arcadia,,Ham ONE 6IYES to oentln The landowners who hire1bt. x,000.
K
IF.
per month and to Issue in payment of September H-7ortXyen.lhm .'o" 000 workers say that under free lilTel' -

such purchases Treasury notes. These September Leetborg.Ham would rlso. It may be true

Treasury notes were made redeemableIn September September-Palatka.28-DeLand.,Ham Ham. PALATKA A quarter .B roes box will be sent, postage elpt of 50 that wages there would be some advance since in

coin on demand, and legal tender September 30 Green Core Springs.Ham .cents by 4 p1CC the pay of farm laborers unorganized though it
October 1-fit Angnrtiae. Ham I \: 6cep that class of workers are
for debts both and in-
public private. Sec. October t and*-Tallahassee.The II I Hipans Chemical would be much harder to secure an
2 of this act, quoting in part providesthat than in the case of the working-
following
gentlemen have been. :, yet Q\ ease .
the Secretary of the cities and towns who
Treasury on the direct
may invited and line' I iry
some of tnem will address .
10 Spruce Strrj 0 c trades unions.t
powerful
"redeem such novefl in. gold or silver the \
people at the above
istu
the s
places on certain-there
coin, at bit discretion." The ShermanAct dates of travel between Local druggists everywhere will supply the Tab o f is of
given: W D Bloxham, W N de which the wages
was repealed In 1890. Xo They are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save is u'
provision b doubled
Sheate, S Pasco, C M Cooper, W D V'- t9a .era could be

was made for the future coinageof Chipley. R A Burford E S Crill, B II New York .'_Z.CTrT L=: S ,""" T-Ii nT 3. 0\ .,.US.of tatt for the doublf'd!

silver It declared it to be the policv Palmer D ;- money pricesi
U Fletcher, F P Fleming bot -
$ 9eoae'4 '0 \hl. .rtq 3 0001. ,-
of the sited
States to continue the .ur.
Charles DougheMv, II C Hacfarlane, ___.1. ..-.... wunt.. Wag. ?* to beywt .
use of bath gold& and silver standard I-- --
ITwv.
as F that
B Carter A W Gilchnat, F E Harris n-tiowrnor Boi they say
0* >m'y and to coin both gold and silver S( E Havana ; l Does any eenxi-
Roberson
Frank Clark, C J Per- es are now too high.
rho Little P '
Ram Saloon what a
into of knows
intrinsic and
money -equal who
exruanjcaNe rinot, W II Milton, J B Jones, L C rM I the farm laborer.
always
value, such equality to be hard bargain his employers
Mas&ey T
.... _______" __ M Palmer, J B Christie .. V :Iii.: .. screwing him down to the last
r'j uv international agreement or i Alfred St. Clair Abrams. Jefferson R Y make work belieTethat
will
h legislation No Browne, D II ]hay.ox1. H v wv* 'r.NnNStiThoroughly cent for which he
real
J.Ie&de Jacksonville employers want to pay higher
K:"- Re. Equipped
ef- LIST. and
'en .furnished than they do now? Dotw't every
Aacunt ,1 701.5se ] tJ a mto wages
t for job at plowing -
looking a
t who
goes
Oorda,11
a m man
bv-e. tfam Tampa and sowing mowing. reaping. picking
,
bv safe i ua _WITH- other kind of farm work
b' or any
has cotton
e
international agreement/ was mints Aural: Westm All the La Bar Fixtures, know very well that the men who hire
dollar
Key Improved possible -
trade
The Most low as
fected. August Jt.-I" st and him want wages to be as
for Asiatic commerce.If August!jsVanchula LAugust F ? Of course they da And the men
-- oft
this does not answer your question 7-SumterriUe,llaD I vU tT A Finely Assorted Stock who find th-\t their employers are always -
88-Tararea. It a m : c. keep> wages low must
August to
please state wherein. Aacnit e9.4 trL 11 a m R a Bssr. Ojiiiti DS 11JiUS ':''IB. fnin; !::.. ;d be trying innocent indeed if they can- befooled
OvE&nrarz.i t
N. very
J. est
11$
August :31-Waldo, 11 a m t believing that these same
I into
I September 1-Lake Batier. tram A "E.- E3ERRERA.. PROP.tom. :.._ loyets5leboomingthesilverachemeD
Letter. September J-l"UaVka.night _a I em D high.Ar1.w .
SeptemberCr .ceBt City.11 a mSeptember North -- Palatka.Iwn lap : it will make wages

Published by request. t-CreenCove Spring 11 a a Street. -
and .
NEW Yen*, N.1'., Aug. 16. September 6-CaUahan.m Dm.Wtt..n.The
7-Sanderaon. 11 1 m south money circular show
September treasury
N. SMTTH, ESQ.
THOMAS lumber tiep&aDtMLaM CUy. 11 a m Line tip.U&Ued Slates has a per capita
that
Dear Sir:-I have been over the Septemberr4ft WWW.11 a m of ee.'tlD gold and $3.77

business part of New York,Philadelphia September 10- 5ewberrT.il a m Through circulation This is pretty fair bimetal1a.5Xiodr

and have come 11. WUisUM.11 a m I. Is sirvw. of the
and Baltimore, September aID. f BECKS the most favorable
the silver crateweeps ptmber n-Ute Oak.U J. comparison has only
to the conclusion If 14-Wait Sprit*.U a m sttrerc> of
September and 14.64
the country as many fear, business 4tember i5-42reB.vlUe, 11 a n theHeart FloridaAsk U cents per capita of gold standard

and If this -rerry.U a m i sUTWV RuMa* another silver
will be paralyzed Septeiajbeajs 18.80 of gold and 8i
fteptecnbcr H-MonUoeOft,11 a m country ha only
but
cornea true we will want few Joi. September l -Mt. Fleaaant. a I III cents wf sUT r... '.moaer1D u e bei t

All we could do. would be to fill our September Greenwood..Ham. OF ALL KINDS OF American silver states

docks and wait for people ia spin recover Bepteaber,t :-T.Teo:.U n -j- MANUFACTURER paper.ofgoldSad 8S cents of sil-

their sense before trade would Septnaber S* Caryvtne,..aptNrw.ume.ll.a. for .l t tee; the Central American states 9 cents

and t2.J' d ta11ftr.What' .
again revive. JS.-IehDiakolt a B pt ia gold United
September Ticketsvia the matter with the
Las been here but has far from 28-Creetriew.It a neeptewbet WAGONSAnd
Bryan September K- W.
captured this city. Every paper here 21-(11"night the J. T. & States, anyway?

has roasted him and his party September-Minie 1 ii.11 a n SUapto r..U r.rmerlr T*.C<>t t*
but one 29-Penaacola,nlgtt.Oct I A 7ew
have yet to find the first Septeaber towullam Passenger Other Vehicles. Cblldrca.C9ATTKBI..
aeverelv. I lr i--Blount. ,,_... Write the General .
coinage If our] gentlemen h aye wcu
business man for tree : The following of extension
could only understand of them will address 1. A yard is a measure
silver fnenda in Florida invited and some for Information STREETS.BLACKSMItH .
Agent FOURTH distance.
them and above places on the CORNER LEMON AND or quan1f1.a. .
what this meant to the people at the 2. A bushel a ra umreof

would solidly for Merlintey dates given: W U Reynolds, W B 6 D.Ackely SHOEING. A pound is a measure of weight
us, Florida go W S Jennings, WB Coffin HORSE
Take all the men wrrktng for as, Lamar P C Fisher, Geo, J P F l.Welborne aney, Syd L Carter , WORK. 4. A dollar is a measured u. uluo.CBAP'BB .

they affwd to paralyze our business J E Hartndee, FT Myers, Daniel Aje a Mock of the
can GsmrUI Supteadent. Gal tmtngtr Workmen in all our Departments, Three feet make one yard.
? and thin it what Bryan success Campbell N B Broward. John S Beard, t3jr"We hare experienced SATISFACTION both in price 1. make one bushel
much faith in the i Robert Bullock. Robert M \atneeJ. E; VERY BEST MATERIAL, ana we GUARANTEE *?* 2. Four pecks pound.
too make one
I bare I JACKSONVILLE.
me.lns. Sixteen ounces
G (J a.
J C Johnston, work.
Willis of
of Triav, J T and style make one doi-
good common sense of the people tin, U P Calhoun. C) L FUdes, II 4. One hundred cents

this country to think there can be any\\J L Clark, R F Rogers, J 11 McKlnne, > tan
of election, yet many L Gaulden. W R Carter, A M Williamson RESTORED!.rbu: .. .rfEE";' ; ITO BX cosTcma]
Bryan's MANHOOD .
danger ..
.. ,.l o of BnI.I'o".r
.
R L AuJer- IgLSr1' >ea a* M <<
West and South will elect him. ', B B Blackwell, r iiiB.! rn.raueNUtana.a.erro..aue.a.Maokood.MckUy t.al"ie""r; worker'
fear the ...., _
one
W A Me Williams, R lieadMk v. *....( cither Mieaw Free silver will not give
eon. S it Mallory .. ,..,.. .. .i1jae.aa .and. loci of po"ert.Ge..rac..Ur' or(Jn-
With kind regards, I remain, ...... .LU..Wb-! .1d *V\ }4 mln >H>MIT ul lob ego.' oploa M tarred._ for his labor. It wilt
A Burford. by OTrri ruu a.7.I"--, .. o.*r IBMDMTIM larger return
= P .. a
-= k4 l annt r.r< vrtfcrv*
t t WUhaS
JJ l nU.vMa and'Wakruptcy
Yours &c,, W. A. RAWLS, Chairman.J. __.. P4I 1111 flbS T.... TvMportn. lprb bee..tot./_*.rmfM4 kr .atl PIVMM.tM i>*a.7. Sold bras sorely bring on financial pania
.. ... t cl"
.. .. .wI1' .e MedWa' Buot Bent** lowerthan
11.rit.-- fM' *
"Wiusox. re
A. E. C. COOPEK, Secretary.That a..tb.ww..e.. o..re+a -"' ',',' ttrvnm*. A.ftforitaK.non -- ;:: .=.= afe Itibal.uw La eaw pp.r. A pyLOwitTAIICLeLDragiM+ ..-'
:::
r1a.. tbcy are
r ... hrll etaCft< ....... '0--- -" now.ti. -""" "
.
Chi Wren Cry for Laws.. ..ttJl;."" be_" red wit I :} c.. YuW.-.,: ..
Dr. K.11es'IRVJ:; I'LAS'IE&. OuIz=c. .
Pitcher's Castoria. .

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THE TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST 28. 1896i\.

THE -- -- -- -

TIMEs-HERAiD I 1t. All tbf Bounds very formidable in nitely worse than the one in the Democratic i 1

PUBLISHED FRIDAYS print, but ire are too few votes com platform, even granting that the I THE OLDEST BUY YOUR

prehended
THE TIMES-HERALD great de :re the casting of Georgia'selectoral claim? I 1f

-- CO.---Publishers- voti, &r Bryan and Sewall.A i i AND THE BEST I f

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OFFICE:: H Dana' Biilldlag. Front Street, possible Allure THE TEAK'S EXPEBIXEMS. : F ertOixen made bj Lw R DARLING FBKTILIZBR ('H, they ,
of
DU'to Ftwt Olllce.'y competitor the This year has been, more even than : Cough-cure' the most prompt and

Mediterranean in the world's last year one of experiment in the 'I effective remedy for diseases" of the !
Entirely
markets is springing up in New South State agriculturally. It has been recognized I throat and lungs, is A>er's Cherry free from PHOSPHATE RO: K and are Worl II I Irienowned

PALATKA FLA.. AUG. 28. 1896m8U Wales, Anstnlia. Within the last few before that some I Pectoral. As an emergency medicine -
as never
a=::- cropor
years this comparatively new field of crops must be made to bring in iln t' for the core of I, ,as having only a PURE 3 ) :f&; 8.'l' iI il i
L orange cultur has Croup Sore Throat,
..C De TON IUTE-on. Year, 'LO Six grown with great cash. The fate of the oracee crop has I

.salJ8tnJt1oM o.u.dies 11I a4YHee.t free .Yentas, 25 Ot-nu. rapidity, and tLe acreage is now very proved that something else mast be j, Lung Fever and l T1

). -- large With thriftiness which has Whooping Cough aking their PHOSPHORIC! ACID entirely: fr >ai Br.i>.
'. _._h found to lake its place upon occasion,
XATIOXA.I not always bee ti shown by the Florida and although the groves are being AVER'SCherry

-TICKET... I rowers, ia tl antipodal field the I brought up again! !uccfl'sfBlly.hey will!! In using a HimiGa FaBTiuzsa, like the DA LIS }, voaaLaoknothing :

Ter I'retIdDt, I grower provide i against any limit in Pectoral
never again be looked with favor
upon
TVILU1M J..73RYa.Y, I the market for us fruit. Factories for i i I cannot be equaled.I
sole
., x +'h. I the manufactuI e of marmalade as a dependence. ,,; E. }1. DnA WLEY. u 1 i Fruits ''
and in I '
F supplying an Veyetabl-M with
*r Vice rnud *t, I other Last year, the emergency was immediate D. D. Dis. Sec. of ,
ABTHOE possible [products: of citric I
F. fruit
of Malo.SEWALL> J are established and pressing, and the growers the American Baptist I i iI 1

and at convenient points, had no time for much experimenting, Publishing Society. Petersburg Q redients necessary, to make them Ship well from

DEMOCRATIC I the an undue dl )P in price, or glut m for the home needs were imperative; Ya., endorses i it, as a cure for violent

STATE TICKET market, is provided against. In these were so successfully supplied that colds, bronchitis etc. Dr. Brawleyalso Z'

J this way, also, there can be no such this the growers were encouraged adds: To all ministers suffering }ne to Zone, and arrive to Market in a Soured Condition Jsi
hr PrMldentUI I year a
HAAEV Hectors.CEO. thing as over pro luction. There is in to branch out and experiment on money from throat troubles, I recommend
W. 8. J this
JEXJOXCS. fact
JL A. BUBTORD FRANCIS B. I rowers a valuaL >le hint for the ForidacARrBL crops. And from all the reports these courage everyone you know to ue the DARLING'S,
to profit i if will There AVER'SCherry
y they experiments have proven highly; encouraging.
Tor I has
CojigreM Second District as a
jR. matter I f fact, been enough .
W. DAVIS. of waste in Fionc.1 Regardless of any other Brands of Fertilizer. ForSPecial
a, through the failure Cotton and tobacco have taken the .
PectoralAwarded
For Governor to utilize!
/ all
W. of OD r production to have fancy of most of the experimenters as

:For Joitlce BLOXHAM.Supreme Cocrt ( applied the po pulalion of the State they are both sure of a market and are Low Prices to meet the times for Cash with Order,
; with a Pedal at World's Fair.
M.H. MABRT. .. living from ear to year. How cash articles. The course of events in ,

For Secretary of BUM I long such a state oij hings shall continue Cuba have seemed to put tobacco in : ATER'S PILLS Cure Urn and Stomach Trou ln. =- ADDRESS THE....
JNO. the
X,CJL\WFORD.r growers
can dt [cide.
Attorney General ] the lead as a money maker and from

'W.B. LAMAB.ForOoniptroIler. observation of the reports it would J. T. & K. W. Trains.

W.II.KIYKOLDS.: 'EX ACornts'r.. seem, that tobacco is the more likely to L.: B. Darling Fertilizer Co

the better
Tor Trealure i Governor xbamin, his cannel prove crop. GOING SOUTH. ,
C.B.COUJN8. of the State, I, the It is stated by those who should know
For Bnr*.Public InstmcUon I between pre eating contrast Train 23 arrives Palatka 10:50. a. m.;
: Democr Ie and Republican that cotton and oranges cannot be
W.li.SHUTS. leaves 10:55 a. m. daily.

For Cl mm.Ja iOtlfr Arricnltnre, 80 rule, ee especially r 'gards the finances grown together near each other, and Train 21 arrives Palatka 11:25 p.m.: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I II

.1.B. HOMBM.L. vividly and in | such simple forms that, although cotton may be grown ir+saw+
leaves 11.30 I
p. m.ldailj.l
that all now while the are down
,
may com P r bend. In the fol- orange groves

; lowing extrac from his opening it would] have to be given up in the GOING NORTH. O. B. WEEKS Agent.
DEMOCRATIC Train 32 arrives Falatka 5:00
a. m.;
COUNTY I
TICKET I.speech, there Isaac i food for thought: orange districts when the trees come
r leaves 5:05: a. m. i i
For the Legisl.ts, wh"ive have come gain to the time up again. As a permanent crop there- Train 78 arrives Falalka 4:45 m. US-Send for Pocket Memoranda Book.
p. ;
BKNJ. J:. MORGAX must face he old enemy, the foie, cotton must be discorded Boon 1 1I
JOHN P.WALL. Republican party he said: "it is not and tobacco which can be grown 1 n leaves 4:50: p. m.ulna .

F.r desk Circuit Court. memoryalone ttit tcJ uses us to refer to 21 and 32 carry Pullman I
the the immediate vicinity of the
Republican partjl groves Jae-mc O. ./
Gold.
tpv
JOSEPH .
PRICE [ If you will permit Sleepers. A Oreat Discovery: ,
For Sheriff. me, i win conVl [der the financial without damage to the latter, will undoubtedly The continuously Increasing prodno-

JOHN W. HAGAN those condition of the Sta before and afterRepublican receive the preference. K. of 1'. Deride to Take the Plant Sn- tion of kold ia knocking the propa from WOODIMNE

For CouDt1.Tadge eight years of administration Many of ;the growers in Putnam Co. tern Route to Cleveland, 0. under the claim of the lilrerites that

M. L CORE of onrStJ |tte affairs.During have experimented on a small scale the precious metal ia getting BO scarce
For those GENTLEMEN Tat OilPrtrta SittewfU Weed Pmem,
Tat AMeMor. rears the state debt :
increased
that "there isn't to around
GEORGE more:) than vT I with tobacco, and in of the barns enough go
F.
$1 many
.4.. BCLLARD. lour 200 t 000 During the last It is with pleasure we beg to advisee and that the world's currency is con
For Tax o. ecwr.: rean of that ad Ininistration tne and temporary drying houses may b ITS MANIFOLD USES
,
'- F <;. BLAKCI .41lD.. fate of taxation I you that we.the transportation Committee tracting. One treatment wilt DOUBLE fifo of m tpertahabto
I For mills was I increased to 12 J seen the leaves, in greater or smaller! Notwithstanding the fact that the of wood

I .t ( ,CoaBty VEKTREE Treannrw.. 8R.jxTHtendeBt f In the on Stai every!!. On aJahl. |taxable property number,hanging upon the drying racks. I of Jacksonville) Division, No. 2, total output of gold has doubled duringthe by IMdIllc Tbe only raBroad wood prtaerttr for eroM-Uw tajomud aad pla... IB ter
itlon of SJO.OOO.- Nhi.wtrte
last ten the estimates for the WO mate red or M ck oak l laot I
'' have been not much yean longw
"'- a PnbNe Inttntetfoo. vvu ID 1 76.J the Rt JU" lcansl levied There seems to Uniform Rank K. of P. after a thorough oak eoaatlta Cka abow tb two,sale b*
THoMAs W. BALTH. S&50.ooo of about the and almost present calendar, given to the public a atdofort>years'recta
4. taxes, or QOCOO more difficulty growing, investigation of the many routes to the
(' than few days ago by our mint director, Mr. nltmttng owe If year,tkat are a.
''uutj hoard of Lutretba. we fciftdoB a Va 'uat.on of ttlOO, any intelligent grower can raise tobac Biennial :Meeting of Suprerre Lodge K. tOMlllac. .
Preston of the
000(00. one highest authoritiesin
.J,11 VatnaMooawoodea .
hen bah bottom
( GlUtEN of
T E. t. calls, I came again into the D mor-ala partv co. Now, however the problem of of P., at Cleveland: Ohio, have decided the world, fixes the total BO high thatit ...ote.A M
H. J KOWLEB The power b'pe revived. the weed ia of a frtaur, .. aaaay noaa ,..,.,....* to
/atfof taxa-10Dt properly curing being that on account superior advantages will be nearly double that of 1&110.< u-aoe.
J ,
'
3 .k
PerJnuu. ; ( ,\ ml a
I .
.<',01 j'eac*. Ifetric;Ko.|. on 40Uar. We hat *. iBVitca immi- 1.1l'.L.worked out, and it will undoubt- and schedules in each direction to name Here are eome of the totals since 1876 WB pro data food rmtlr 1..*Wl- wood ab, ,.war
I. KOWTOX. osdar croaad or wafer W
gr.aUOD, and the estimate for 1896
\ laliUu and the Inl'I":1. J 4D Kli' pop 0, c V.e, euccestfully! solved, either by as our official route the following. Plant : WO doublft MIl of wood of My Bind wtwr.Tor -
.
or 'W'OIII.D"
the Stag GOLD PBODtrOTMWf nmd
Tfc# ..at""Iwhich" ruse: has:! ot-en 1101 eI/omocra'" ', l practical experience or by the aid of System, to Montgomery, Louisville and ISM....... W8.eoo.ooo 1801MUXftOQO ........ IJ"OOO Valuable for pope poet. team and <*hrrrurwuod
e !f. Quay was tf'1JAiH. <164 kinds ar pc-
arbrtrt pan of an tperls. exp on a work aboat wet In and buses
ini'.iM.-i the va'her/ u ........ 180100 lass,....... >rlsasseal dairy
lieuta Florida g-n30Qf Ilepub period of lIme AU;.attut' a:: : --de have baen so.fer so eMNttngiog, Alto otdeparture we will vie ........ 167.V7.6uO WNO....... WS.48B.S80i4s.au For For stable wand work floor about. hot b< _

$ave, stack does not yet feed) u,t < ** We fDMft" ,In' I' ,-n t'-. ': hat t I nest year the area planted in to- advise you later, and we earnestly hope 1s_........ ,iou an........ 8e.aw.ou) -
:
dot* it will it* keynote. When i it t I:,wore utbii*hed.than W(' hav !..te uper j jI nacco will undoubtedly be greatly en that all other divisions throughout the This means a larger addition to theworld's W..IIUIE it M I XSm l'jE.
Probably GOo( ,
be the : ':,:' : : .aiiroau monetary stock titan was made
of "harmony I rvUee2'e of the larged.' state will)] joiu us at Jacksonville and "I have reason to rf'j!"'" is "' 'wan
the S
spheres, -tiirer late. f .u t the 1 i in the 1'eaN..ben the mints were open
spheroids. I thaI, i imprOTetl1eo' m ::1-"tent.J proceed in a body, we desire to go into to free coinage of both gold and silver, insecticide" fungnidt ,'r <*t 'east ..u

r with debt, and thIs :Jd n'-ived. Cleveland on a solid Pvthian train. and it is pleasant to note that the an efficient repedaat of inset it and fun, ..
Ladies Who Suffer "ALlU{. W. l'L'.RstiN:
At Guthrie -- Yours very truly United States will again head the list .
Okla. -
the -----=:
thermometer of "Bs.Agrmt Vttt4 Sttti /> tn ()n' day climbed I UlrOnT.\ G>ao. JJ. ASBCRAFT, JAMES SAUXDEBS producing countries, with en output "
UI'i' t< j d t'greet; [TOSS. from any corrjplalrjt peculiar to of at least fifty miHiono. /l'fr'Aa4 Pllli'l.r.
U 1} etl And An their sex-such Profuse. J. II. PiKcrs, T. II. ROGUE,
; as Palrj-
e-jni; peon attempt hajj If there was reason for the claim
tat k I: I ode taore or any
If
? yea bar Shia=lea to paid ass
a1 Ope ; i.bot ID FlcTHla' :& less list, to ir rationsound.none ful. Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation __ COMMITTEE. that gold is appreciating became of h.5Cal'city .

..;4.0o,.. n.th7l'v. eat&ij! Tits organ in Flori- are soon restored to Cures Nervous Troubles and InI I that claim has long since lost I II losricao Wood Fri nricj Co.'s Silk.

f dot I bealth byBradfield's its I reason. -
Idaiojoiawilht
4t Co'fi/J8 :le.aj a, ] her states to digestion.Mr. Send for Booklet Woodllla

t 'Io I ..,. bat put another naa in the field Female Regulator.It W. T. Nelson, president of the The SIlTcrlU Way or Eoroonclnf Capital. --
1 ; .
>. }p ,!4 4 n. labeled Demr iging f from Second National Bank, of Jackson, The pupils in a country school were AMERICAN WOOD PRESERVING KP0tawe

ever ",08 ""':J: what has dev orida since Is a combination of remedial Tenn. says: "For indigestipn: and nervous told that they must love and obey their t Cor. TENTH.. SABKCT SIt
roroereall.tJrt.. ug kind teacher. A small boy who had (
the nominal( md Sewall. agents whlcb have been used with triable I would rather give np PHILADELPHIA. PA.
d he broken one of the rules was called up
the number mocrats of the greatest success for rrjorc than any remedy than King's Royal Germetner. by the teacher and ordered to take off Our Revolutionary forefathers left

,5pund! will be 25 years, arjd Known to act speci- Asa nerve tranquilizer and re his jacket Then the teacher applied the but one blot to tarnish their bright record

Jbewiificant. fically with and orv, tle organs of storative. It Is all that can be desired.It rod, saying '"Johnnie you little rascal -their continental money was not

MeQStruatfon. and Is not u narcotic in any sense, bat ['11 make you lore me. redeemed. That error we must not repeat

s recomrrjended for produces the happiest effects upon the The agitators who pretending that Our first duty is to see to it that

.....-. .. such complatrjtsoijly. I disordered nervous system. I consider they want to encourage the production our country dora DO act to discredit her

9 -- 7 And the same ma !, It ij.ver falls It an invaluable remedy, and have for _md investment of capital by making fair name. America hat a vast bond
t ailed States,
The of the under
power money: cheaper are proceeding in much I debt, incurred in suppressing the_rn
said of ail the Southern States. There :11 to give relief arjdl several years been recommending It to
of t lion. It has
the most strained construction the same way as that teacher. They de- .agreed t
the Jaw, is exerted In favor of Spain in were a large number of Democrats in restore the health my friends." iounce: capitalists as "Shylocks' and"money princip

the South who were and are bimettal- of the suffering sharks" and threaten to
of concafe
1U conflict with the Cubans. In adds The use Hairs, Hair renewer
ists womai). It should half of the thousands -.r
as to the
lion to the fact of a people struggling opposed extremists on be promotes the growth of the hair,and -4 mat debt,
the silver taK D by the dollars now loan'
.for the enjoyment of the most common question; but the great mass Irl just budding restores its natural color and beauty,, J 1aye ...0 .kt, in a currency rein -

right of man, the war against them is of them were and are Democrats, and '.i womanhood trees the scalp of dandruff, tetter, and .aaDle L gold. Ever since the re-

being conducted In the most barbarousand when the contest was ended at Chicago Menstrua ill impurities ..,ions of sumption of specie payments we have
and the .. declared gold! to be the ultimate cur-
convention made its decision, 0\0. 1 vie men who
Even for
cruel
allowing
manner. nt. Sup-
they loyally gave in their adh. sion to j mated a little property are rency of redemption Every man at
,exaggerations, the Spaniards, in their home oad who has
..cased M en mies of mankind and the or purchased a
the will of the and
treatment of the wives and daughters majority are work., Iqwhe s banks in whi<:h millIon. of people hare bond of the 1 United[ States has acquiredthat

of ing as enthusiastically for Bryan and I ,_ __-'__ __ ___-" ... __ bond with the understanding distinctly -
of the insurgents as well as prison _, deposited ueir saTingi are regained as
*rs, show themselves to be but Ijttle Sewall as any 16 to 1-er. ,.tian pressed isf ..- MARVELOUS RESILTS. institutions for plundering the poor. expressed in our statutes that it
And should V 'Irregularor was to be paid in something equal to
above the brute creation. There seems "by any Democrat, by Every one who objects to the free coinage
opposing the election of Bryan and Palrjful arjd From a letter written by Rev. J. of CO cents"' worth of silver into a gold. If we propose to pay principal or:
to be an anomaly in the United Statestraining all delicate should Gunderman of DimonJale Mich. we interest in anything less than that, we
,
Sewall, assist In the election of McKInley worrjeQ use It. legal tender dollar is charged with be-
its laws to aid the Spaniards. and Hobart as Its torjlc properties have a WOO- are permitted to make this extract"I ing the agent of conspirators who are propose to pay in something different

. ? W. C. Witney and derful" Irjfluence IQ toying up and have no hesitation in recommending trying to corner the country's money. from the promise, in something less valuable
Bourke Cockran had rather that McKinley than that to which our national
Does sensible farmer worker or
For the of mind there streQfltb nlng the systern by driv Dr. King's New Discovery, as the any
general peace was elected than faith has been .
that the silver almost marvelous in the business man. ;who knows the absolute pledged.Government
ing tbrough
Ube channelsall results were
proper
should be a double eet of officers inacktOnYU1e. platform of the Democratic party Impurities.A case of my wife. While I was paStorof necessity! for capital in all the indus- cannot be sued. That is

The harmony recently should prevail. The former, it is true the Baptist Church at Rives JunctIon tries which make a country prosperous all the more reason why they must be
dMfftkter of on. of my automats mliMdaeiutraAttoa of hate true to their promises. If an individual
established has broken loose from its would prefer that the Republicans from exposure sad cold, md oa she was brought down with pneumonia believe that a policy enmity
moorings and the factions are again in trrlTlar a' puberty her health WM completely succeeding La Gnppe. Terrible and persecution toward capitalists is a repudiate. his contracts: the courts are
should eliminate "protection" from wrecked, until the wu twenty-tour rears of of would last good to encourage men to save at hand to keep' him to his obligation
coughing
way
when paroxyisms .
The and Sewall S tire opom my hOOaUD..dat.ioBol11e need
collision. Bryan verClub their canvass; ..butthat is simply impossible one bottle or Brdfl.ld'i Femle RtgulMor.com- hours with little interruption, and it money or invest it? i But when a nation repudiates, there is

seem to want to run... things and for without protection the pletely i.. w.InJ.to health.* seemed as if she could not survive It !. aoamue t. say that the loitltotlowf no remedy. Nothing but its honor bat
)f>!, WaterVaDerHJJa.
to dictate: the nJU1ar.qrganizalion. Republican,party is a nonentity. The them. A friend recommended Dr. free cotMfe fcj tb. Ualt.4 StetM weld stake. But when we say that, we confess

The old' disorganized, under new des latter would take McKinley protection THC .ADnILD RteuLATO Co, ATUANT, GA. King's New Discovery; it was quickin _u. th. dl>ciMC .t ..T mi.U with mil that everything is at stake. America U

IgaaUotfe}.are engaged in the seemingly and all. war .. ALL DRucairre AT *< nn .OTTLC.ABERDEEN its work and highly satisfactory in the snv.f eel_ of Ita..ct all th. .11. I not a bankrupt asking for money from
results." Trial bottles free at Ac er- her creditors. She is able to do all that
>> plate of tk __leL The .llT.r Dew !aelrealatlos I
dissatisfaction .r *
congenial work of creating
It is claimed that the adoption of the man & Stewart' Drug Store. Regular he baa agreed. Shame upon the man
O. !_ Europe I all
on frivolous pretexts, and threatsare silver principle according to the Democratic i size 50c and $1.00.Tiitt's M ee..q I who by his vote or his conduct wooid
MESSRS. LirpjfA Bnos., Proprietors aN'deci wh r. It U, ha all b.sa t..ct at
heard of combining with Republicans. platform would ruin business and tb. bleb rmtto of fr.m IS t. IS 1-3 .. 1, [I repudiate her solemn undertakings

Ia Nassau and Orange counties, bring upon the country all sorts'of disasters. r. ? P., Savannah, Ga.: I and ceaxqwatly r pr. ..U ta It. h.id.nu I This is no mere party question. Parties

according to the Mirror and the Star Well, can it do much worse DEAR SIRS:-I bought a bottle of I ,Pills awrac valve of 1)1.31 per .mn- I* They are but are the the instruments creatures: of of the public time.policy.The

the came kind of tactics are apparent, than "protection" has already done ? your P. P. P. at Hot Springs, Ark, and \ It r.aoaabl t. Suppose they w_ld .*Bd nation will outlive them. It is OBJ-

and stare Alexander is reported to bo Democrats have argued and:'believed it has done me more good than three Cure AllLiver It ban to b. cold for uses per .._? country.to which are due allegiance and
And a* for tbeua.c.. of Uver plalo, BO
in Yoltuia const: another ttorm cen that protection has been the bane of month's treatment at the Hot Springs. i our lore, and that allegiance is worthless
matter what It wa oaco bought for. It
tre may POOD be expected to be reported the country, fostering the interests of Have you no agents in this part of Ills. world bo at any ttmo aad.r a fro eola- and that love is unfaithful if we dc

from mere. the already wealthy and powerful and the countryor let me know how much it ate .J...wID'b 9lJt9 ..r ovaco, with not cherish her good name beyond ax
price.-William Dudley Foolke.
grinding the people, eating out their will cost to get three or six bottles fromyoarcity'ey Save Your Money. the eat of artistic sad aeeJaaalcallabGr will buy only half at
.. As dollar
It added, aad weld swat a
Gn' epee reprodacod
Politic- m orsju are a little mixed a 'aauvjeqnMust a Democrat forego express. One box of Tutt's Pills will save for leauftOver much on the silver standard as it does

this year, and some strange combina- aD this, travel backward, repudiate the Respectfully yours, now all taxation will have to be ,increased .

tions are to be sren. Tbe Populists teachings of the fathers of Democracy? Jas. M. Xewton, many dollars in doctors' bills QaecUo--Brooxht- -Hoarfe. in proportion and this already

have coml>.oed with 0IrohibiUoci ton I I Let any sound money Democrat who is Aberdeen, Brown County, O.gW' .: They will surely cure all diseasesof Mr. Retail Salesman! Tour salary is, falls heavily upon the farmer.
familiar
a candidate fur corerw, and there I inc'ined' to kick over the traces take a the stomach liver or bowels. we will say $lb per week. You-pay {4 In view of these perfectly
do
to adequately
who it is impossible
is
is some ta < of Je Indianapolis greetsober second thought. If free and in- .L'-rED.-A Salesman for board; a suit of clothes costs you facts
I of the
steady and attentive to his work and is No Reckless AssertionFor underwear 50 cents garment scribe the stupidity wage earners
dential c veotioo making Cocgr dependent coinage of silver is distasteful I. 112; per who are giving support to the free si

man Tar r the candidate for I fa to him, is protection, with all its willing towoik. We have a line of sick headache, dyspepsia and so on. How would you like it if ver craze. Of all persons in the community
15 and had to
still the
same f
presiderjtcredif u the gold Uclet. This lat evils of class legislation more to goods that*every store sells.We will pay yon got they are certain to lose the most
any malaria! constipation and biliousness nearly f 3 far board. nearly $24 fora
if he can pay
a good salary to a good man, their and to lose
to means
if carried out, would tendgold I his taste Can loyal Democrat desert suit $1 for underwear : I in proportion
any show us that he i. the maq we are looking million endorse nearly per garment rapidly.-Joamal of Com
to built a Democracy in the his party because cf. one clause in for. Send references, as the goods ,a and so oa? That's what free silver it the most Commercial Bulletin;July 'I"
and
state, ;;-eaily J'allthe hopes of,I its platform, and join an alien past are sold on time. Address, Drawer B, TU TT Liver PILLS would mean to yow for some time at merce 1606.

io.Lho Dcans as to the electoral tick which jba in its platform a clause inn Greensboro.N. C. any rate-Dry Goods Eo omist.







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.. THE TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST 28 1896. C

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TITE TIMESHERALD.at Who Lies. Campaign Appointment Second Dl trl t. ,

rAttc 11r.eHtvild.I The Democratic Campaign Committee -
Boils
i EL EVEV . . JtlilDA I In your issue of the 14th you publisbed of the Second Congressional Dis
i 1 MYrr
of lIon. Thos. B. Reed ,r'7 Ur?M"
--- a speech trict, after consultation with the State EE
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in which be ridicules those who say or It is often difficult to convince people Excutive Co-mmiUeeded4Hd that when !

.' .'.T r;:: ,\. 11!.A A l'G. 28:), 1896. I' intimate that Ernest Seyd vittted this their blood impure: until dread practicable, appointments for the District I r

ful carbuncles abscesses, boils, scrof- :
-- ---- -
-- -- the interest of the r
in 1873 in
-- -- country '
should conform to the dates and
ula salt rheum of I \
or are painful proof PTVTGAS'
: b"C: t t I.t'"ort due tilts r' 1r'rN.r ''',. i. ItothechPd and others to"see our corn-: the fact. It is wisdom now, or when- places named for the state rpeakersin L riP
"r" hq'
RitM theState .
mill-: and have silver demonetized. i iI ever there is any indication of campaign.The l
.. 'w inn"? nj .1. ....rp following appointments there- I
.sop Reed be WM not in this country I
,>r rye "- :,tur I bays fore made, at which Hon. R. W. Davis,
nfu-i lrx' Let what others; flAFPJILEr
us see Democratic
THE T11re2-t+atAiDCOStrn'v, candidate for Congress,

",1' l' .' ..A. Fl I. ha\<, t aid. I ImpureMood and other speakers will address the :

... -- -- -- The bankers Hagasineof Aug., 1873, people: SIGNATUREs
--' -- I Ua\ >: "In 1872. silver being deeaone'm to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and Melrose, Saturday, August 22,11 am uatwafcr sA1'.11a51c -

WISE AND OTHERWISE. i' t l -I in Germany, England and HolI prevent such eruptions and suffering."I Leeeburg WiWwood Tuesday, August, 11 a m Foodatdgtir cP I -
I IIi Wednesday, August 20r 11 slmilatingd
Pertaining to "laiaa' Polo I ?and a capital of 3500,000 was raised had a dreadful carbuncle abscess, Tavares, Friday August 28, 11. I thcS ,chsandl c( -
rarrrph and Ernest Seyd was sent to the United! red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor attended WaMo, Monday, August 31,11

Ml1' rr'e ptPu11 Ii SIa'es with this fund as agent for foreign me over seven weeks. When the Lake Butler, Tuesday, Sept 1. 11 a m I

.'nrk Patter- I';t 1ND'S. bond holders to effect the same abscess broke,the pains were terrible,and Crescent City Thurs, 3, 11 a m rkctrulc1\ t/
I I thought I should not live through it. I Starke Friday 4,11 a m
IV ad: 8. E. Bond's notice in the next object." This ouh1.to be pretty good Ym
heard and read BO much about Hood's Callahan, Saturday, 5,11 a m I Promotes i igeshnn.

a. umn I authority This coinage bill was in the Sarsaparilla, that I decided to take it, and Sanderson, Monday, 7,11 a m end st.contalns ttetthr'tresss D N THE

Tii-'u-' ( Cone, of pan Mateo, visited hand of .)lr.Hooper Massachusetts, By husband, who was suffering: with Lake City, Tuesday 8, II a m Opraia.MorNOTNA hint !'Or1inC.rilL

WednM.j. who was chairman of the committee.On bolls, took it also. It soon purified our Fort White, Wednesday II 9,11 a m C OTICAtgar .
Newberry, Thursday 10,11 a m
,
Robert Donnelly has returned from a May 67, 1862, he (Hooper) tried to Live Oak, Saturday, 12, U a m PPER

visit to friends at Pomona.A. get a substitute passed under a suspension Blood White Springs, Monday 14,11 a m Il'

of the rules. On April 9, 1872, Greenville, Tuesday, II 15,11am '
Hokomb left last Friday for aj' Mr. Hooper in a speech in the House Titusville Thursday, Ie 17,11 a m EVERY

visit to Ohio, his old home. Fcrnandina, Saturday 19, night *
said built and restored health so
: me up my DeLand h ens..
Monday 28,11 a m
I ,
A large lighter is being built in the "This bill was prepared two years that, although the doctor said I would Palatka, Tuesday, II 29,11 a m TLE OFTORIA
(
for T. N. Smith.A net be able to work hard, I have since 1&
Hammock
ago and has the approval of done the work for 20 people. Rood's Bar- McClenny, Wednesday 30,11 a m

game of ball Is being played on our newly all the mine expert*(?) in the aparllla cored my husband of the boils, Kissimmee Monday, Oct 5,11 a m fla'r'es'
and we regard it a wonderful medic e." Madison, Tuesday, 13,11am
Palatka vs Starke. and the sanction of the Secre- forCottsfiPa"
diamond, country ,- Latimer Kansas. "
MBS. AWMA FKTKBSOIT, Jasper, Thursday, 15,11 a m A perfect dYtotnathDia ,
Hon. 1J. T. Calhoun has returned tary of the Treasury. (John! Sherman). Gainesville, Saturday, 17,11 a m lion,Sot Sm 10 lshlti'ormsC -

from atrip to South Carolina. Mr. Ernest Seyd, of London, a distinguished Green Cove Spring Mon 19,11 a m mlJsans.Feverg
HoodsSarsaparilla Orlando, Wednesday It 21,11 a m $1 EP.
writer who has given great at- ness and LosSOfac5i
uniforms for the Putnam
The new Ocala, Friday, II 23,11 a m
tention to mints and coinage after examining -
Cadets are expected this week. Starke, Saturday, 24,11 a m > 5+4nadir. OfGtc
the first draft of he bill fur- Fernandez, MondaY 26 night
,
Mrs. J. E. Jackson, accompained by 1 nished many valuable suggestions Jacksonville date to be fixed.E. p ia oas-sbs fettles ealy. llCoat
visited Jacksonville this L' ypRl{. sSoT Myon* to..n
her children i which have been in the S. CRILL, C. B. ASHLEY,
incorporated Is the One True Blood Purifier.AU druggists'L Chairman. on tl:.plea or promiM hat h
week. I bill." Secretary k tade 1fmauwer eery tea.t .

Fowler has been elected Pills astooperat''sits.; 4'4-MIIc4 4a'- dot oA.s.TC01'OT -
Sherman Exactly. Mr. Seyd cam 3 here In his 11000'5 : 1 1W

first lieutenant of the Gem City I astral body I suppose. All the same'he The Folly Nurseries ba

Guards. I came with his bribe of ha f a million, Democratic County Rally. V/RApPE #f".4 IftIJ

been laid in Mes- and The Democratic candidates for coun- CXAC DUww
New floors have "saw his man, delivered he swag Palatka Heights, Fia ;If

mer's barber shop and Rile's jeweler effected his purpose. ty offices, accompanied by prominent -

store this week.t3JNo Read carefully in ano her column speakers, will address the voters of the' TREEs ; -
GROWN ON HIGH PINE: LAND.and -
what Frederick A. Luc :nbach says,
bicylesSo -
: more punctured several Precincts at the following place trained to stakes. An Bud OB Sour Blocks-
says Walter French. Call on him keeping in mind what the Bankers' Tangerines,Grape Fruit
and times. Let all turn out Good -
for particulars, etc. Magazine says above, .and what chair- J&ffa. Maltese Blood. Ruby : ran oau.'l

A number of our citizens witnessedthe man Hooper, now deceased, said about speeches are promised: Han't Majorca Late St.'irnon Michael Brown and HomosaMa. ,., Jaw WM *.*. Icdlclne of the Af e.U .

this man Seyd and his "valuable suggestions Peniel, Thursday, August: 27, at 2 p m Inch stocks bud 2 to 3 feet 25 On the h beyond the f' wa It
eclipse of the moon Saturday night. Interlachen Saturday Aug 29 12 m % % gaga cents : n ternally. Cures
d
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which have been incorporatedin each 1200 1000. cabin of uatt.er, an
; per a hal m and Pais In tIa
It lasted from 11.15 tffll.GJTCall Bannerville Tuesday Sept 1 11 a m who
the bill." 1V. inch nocks,bods S%to 5%feet high,as cents a man abo 1\ 60 yetiold, re Throat. Sadden ColLI.
on E. S. NECK, Grocer, Palatka, Wednesday 2, night each; taoo per 1000. seated on stomp, rose u P and. &c.
Mark you this bill hung along for two Crescent CityThursday" 3,11 a m TheM a. t
prices Incliide peeking and delivery to
Lemon street, for good, FRESH GARDEN or three years, waiting for the right Pomona, Friday 4,10 a m railroad and steamboats im PaUtka.MteM me"and qn 'vied'c p the rvarternally} It CuresStrang

SEEDS just received. monfent. The bunco stearers were Orange Mills, Monday, 7, 10 a m A w. C. HARG ROVE. Prop 'r boW' ?: Banta, Scalds, Spt
San Mateo(depot) Tues 8,afternoon avtl-tf Lock Box 21.FaiMka Fla. yo' cam tl Pain In the Face, Ueq.
Miss Irene Cbdds returned home on cunning, crafty men,as all Judases are. Welaka, Wednesday 9, 3 p m I .'.Firm tiararntI{Ua d8a1, Prwted F. eL
IIpW
Tuesday after a pleasant but short vacation One of them betrayed our Christ witha Norwalk Thursday, 1011 am AN ORDINANCETO i AId. .4 12: moot t... stt.t .0 W seek a. ......

among relatives and f nend*. kiss. .Betrayals and briberies are Fruitland, Friday, "It 11,3 p m ,I OU..th), WI 9 : fl....tm. = f:; -k 'fr.at tl'sotssadrutctu?_
I510 y. \b.t
Grandin m
a
,
their stock in trade. Parliamentarypapers Tuesday PROVIDE FOR THE LEVY Ol :" the othta.rIm. ''ewsbs I'M ) Or ,.
L 'ine Freshen Cicjclc: Company Baldwin's Wednesday. 16,10 a m 'Mil, I,,111 cCwn: going -UM ....D it. .. f'J" t .

will: put a tire on your bicycle that can 2395, of 1875, page 28, report I Barker's Mill Thursday," 17,10 a m TAXES FOR TIlE YEAR 18%. Wua, aew11"1: +" Ih..r..t.. .. :::.::..1aau, J.; to b. .
the gift of 9250,000 to bribe the Sultanof Bosttvick. Saturday, 19,12 r rf r MlUnu!* ol4ad "
Call: and one. alp Be it the < the ., .
'Mt bt pTrnctursd. get Ordained by City Council < Cm II' ,1 :'t. .j]'
, Turkey. Parliamentary papers 2395,I SaUum*Hi;hM, Tow 22,12 m :r Of Palatka FlorMa: i r ::W Bttt t ,.,,.." '.W..I t". t Hti ...
JC II. A. McKent.c; of the TiMEfi-TItR-!: Interlachen 24. 3 \ a0 r ...aaltl. tL 1.11 l .u. .....
I II Thursday pm' ,.
If*'!!'. page 31, report a bribe to the That lor&MODl'pMJeof ftecnrinc IP viial i'i ,,' .
Ai, has been on a visit" to Sooth C'aioliua 1 McMrekin, Friday, :2:, 11 a m uniform rate of taxation and hi loa the *|']>rpriitlonc like amlrit..am.; 'n.' "
I same Sultan of H.500,000, both effected Palatka a for the current ex|>fnw ..r the lit* h'r to U"tMSl'ffl. A.u:; 'l',2
Tuesday, 20,11 m '
this week tu gee hi-". sister who is and for paying the expense, <-f th.- Firewater .. hi'i t m I I
: through the agency of the Rothschild, Crescent City, Wednes, :iO, 11 am Departmcata, there shall UI.I.',led l nj itheieal mu..l. 11'1 "', 10 utde.s ,
..... .
quite jitk.Uichanl s4 aassoiiil s.ild I to enable them to rob the. Egyptians as JOSEPH PRICE, tax of Sixteen(II!).,ills propenin upon| the ctdlar Abplaiia: who\ had, been inthe Chairman ti. Dem. Com. utt J
II they hope to finally rob as. tribUed a.follows: .....JIM. --
employe of S. E. Bond, left Monday -: Mark "Your I' F. C. BLANCHARD, Eee'y. General FamL Klevtn.i I n m ill,.. .
what
Seyd says: people Tire and Water Fund. Kite < u ill*.
tor Jacksonville; theuce he will ro will not now comprehend the far reaching a.- raised taupen Couacilthin J'th 1 ii,*y <.r .\'
fast A. D. IMS. K_ l&Tt"
to New York. extent.of that measure but they George Corley, engineer at the waterworks President Cttj I .mi. ii rte, T." uAtSMt Tly
The Street is still busy removIDg will station killed : R H.COOPER city Ctorfc.Approved Ate'c ---
gang 10 after years. pumping a rattlesnake Augnut 18. 1SSS.&EO. .

the weeds from the sidewalks! Yes wages are dowp pretty low here yesterday afternoon that measured E. GAY. Uyor. ,

How nice it would be if they would only now, but they only pay 7 cents a day in six feet five inches long,with seven at

tam the boughs over head as well. Egypt, a gold standard country, and rattles and a button. This is the Now ReadyFOR M1 8LOCEH'Sf

Our thanks are due J. S. Ogilvie PnoIfeh'ing they have to pay from '13f to 26$ percent fifth this season at that place.-Adver- !t ,v u f 1 Il

Co.,5C Rose St., New York, fora per annum interest? Parliamentary tiser.GOODFOREVERYBODY. /j l ,d ly r'
13 R 3ID8.TitE84 .
cop of the "Life of and Speeches of paper 1425, 1876, pages 7-S. r'IN1sIT1i'

Biyan and SewaH. This book tells Oae thing encourages'me. They say I.arv LlIISGB rt

for 25 cents per copy. fair bread can be made out of saw dust. : M .ltLr i Fall Planting. t SYWHALEBO .

The "Down in Dixie" quartette concert Sowbelly and grits will soon be for C 1. \ .

those who toil luxuries for Sunday only.J. .
in Fry's Opera house Tuesdayand SIMMONS ar BEST CORSETS (K*-

Wednesday evening were very R. PRZSTOX.
We have a limited snppl of tIne budded -
COATS' COT TON
4
ceuts.
highly spoken cf,but was very poorly Orange Tree one year old, on sour

attended\ on account of the bard times. Closing out! and tnfohata stock, 3 years old (oudded SPOOL SILK, LADIES' WAISTH.CHILD'S .

There Is one gentleman in this entire stock of Groceries AT COSTto *. low)
my .oa.1h All oar nursery stock having been THE WOMAX BAD HER JAWS TIED CT. CAPS BEST HOSIERY:,

county who never forgets the printer make a change in dasiness. Also :1 banked last winter, trees are now in a "She had her teeth hard shut and HONEST SHOES at Lowest Prices

That man is Prof. Ralph. Our thanksare one Horse and three wagons for sale. REGULATOk thrifty condition. looked pretty ugly."

due him for a basket of delicious Come at once if you want some bar- Following varieties guaranteed trueto "And what did she say?" CROCHET SILKS.
name: "Nothing. We simply bowed to each
scuppernong grapes left atour office gains. TERMS CASH. CROCHET COTTON, white and col
Majorca, Jaffa, other as we paa ed. Do you know the

Wednesday.A S. E. Bond.Not Ruby Blood, Harts Late, woman?" ored.

came of ball on our diamond Tues _e. St. Michal, Navel, "Reckon I orter as she's my will"
and needs it at all times of the
day between the home colored team everyone Med. Sweet Tangerine "Oh! Then she's gone to the store" Stamped Goods Ladies' Wrappers.
one complaint has ever been made Malaria Is and the
year. always about Sanford Med., Homasassa, "No. We had a fuss this mawnin
and the Combination Club of Jackson- by those using Hood's Sarsparilla according only preventive and relief is to keep the Parson Brown Satsuma, and she' left me. Jit put on her bun. )lILLI ERY. First-Olass Good

ville resulted in a score of 20 to 4 in to directions. Futhermore, we LIveractive. You must he!?the Liver bit, and Grapefruit.A nit and said she'd never cum back." sold O5LY.

favor of Palatka The second game: have yet to learn of a case in which It and the best helper is the OU Friend, LEMONS few hll'dFINE THEE of the "But she will of course?"

was played on Wednesday and resulted has failed to afford benefit. So LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.eMr. true Pineapple Orange: tze of trees "I axed yo' .if she was wetpin, and Ladies Knit Underwear.
say 3 to 4 feet. lnre SO 70
aDd : cents each.
In a score of 16 to 12 in favor of the hundreds of druggists all over the coun- C. Himrod, of Lancaster'Ohio: yo' said she wasn't If she'd been weep .Ladies' Linen Underwear.
in, that would mean that she'd take a
"SIMMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke
home team. : BUDWOOD.
says
try. Has cured others, will cure you. Fever of threeyears' walk dow:I to the corners and back and Parasols and Umbrellas.
a case of Malarial ..
In our next issue we will have some We rtn furnish i! :ood Bud wood of aQ make up with me. I axed yo' if her
---- for and less than
standing ,
information to give our readers that we mo the above varieties for fall budding. jaw was tot, and ye' said it was. That Kentucky's Best.
consider very important to the citizens 1l1811@11$1 one bottle diJ the business. I shall use 1'rice will bo reduced in October on means she'll keep right on to Brother
It when in need, and recommend it" some varieties. Jim's, and that I'll hey to roller arter In our colums of this issue win be
the those who live
of county as well as aw Write for circulars toiHimos' Be sure that you get ft. Always look for For full particulars, a-] her and beg her parting and promise found the advertisement the H. Mon

in the city. We will say, now, in orderto the RE-Z on the package. And don't & \VYLIE, her a new tauter dress befo'shell cum arch Bottling Co. of Owensboro"Ky.,*

allay any undue anxiety that this Homo StllY y lossons forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS Interlachen, Fla. back. who are bottling their famous branda,

announcement might make, that thereis I LIVER REGULATOR, and there Is C5 Wii joirLOY .NO. Ao "TS. "Then. she's left you before Ii Monarch and Kentucky..)Qu! ,

no pBotics it. But plenty of mon Box 317, Palatka! Florida. 2? only one, and every one who takes it is : 'Bout 100 timed sah, and it alias (hand-made Sour Mash Whialt s) at
NOTICE IPALATKA works that If she she'll be the have some
ey for an.Dora Thorough Practical sure .to be benefit THE BENEFIT IS way. weeps, distillery. They old
Take it also for FLA., Aug. 19, 1800. back befo'night; if her jaw is sot, I hev goods In stock: from fire to- tea J&Antold
Archie Yalverton aged 8 years INSTRUCTION ALL IN THE REMEDY. Editor TimH-Herald. to go after her and knock under. As and we would ask our readers if in

youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. By Mail Bilio1olSl tss:and Sick Headache ; both! are Please publish as information thatJ. this is a cam of aotnem I might aa.well need of something for peisosally or

P. Yelverton,died of congestion of the 1 Artthmrtl Book Ke rtnjr.Grunmar. English caused hy a sluggish Liver. W. Ball is.:: no longer connected with git along and try to overtake her. Sor family use In this line to Bite these
Letter writing etc naI J. H. Zeilin A Co.. l'ltfzdei>I'aI ry I can't ax yo' to stop but yo' see'howit whiskies a trial. Remember tie stood.ta.re
brain at the home of her at the "Oak Lawn Nursery" of
parents, I Palatka is. Sotnesa is witness and yo' can't BOTTLED AT THE DISTILLERY, and
Orange Mills,last Saturday night. The Ill 113 j 1$1 JSlI 1 Fla, All communications will be ad- snot it and must tharfo make the beet the firm are selling the cMsaoMrs 10-
dressed to J. W. M GREGOK, small packages to get their brand
funeral services were conducted at the of it" M QCAIXWoald
Proprietor Oak Lawn Nursery. farther introduced in tb if .......
M. E. Church Sunday afternoon by Republican County TicketFor aug-'i-it: Jl. .Silver Unpopular.
C0llS1111D11011AND
Rev. W. E. II. Mabry. Interment If all the banks in any community

took place in West View cemetery.The UM LefrtaUtnre would, for one month, pay the cheeks Ovir-Profit I PayingStop

bereaved family have the sympathy GEORGE: BKKTXMAXMTILUAM I presented in silver the silver craze
r. WRIGHT. would cease to trouble that '
I it ccmmunit/ itjCet
of entire community. Par kit CtoetUt Court remedy for vBumrtioa By its finely! use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already A Two Edged Sword.
IsUWlX
Cheap extortion Au S9 and 30, to SIwIi1r'KIRBY.For 'I permanently! cured.: So proof-positive am I The Detroit Free Press warns: the sil- our Great Caalngne and Bny

St. Augustine "Ye Ancient Citta," via D E. PEACOCK. I of its power that I consider it my duty to ventes that "in trying to smite imagi- ers Guide. Will raid it for 15

the Plant Sf stem. Two special train*. For Coro JtJige: tfnJ raw bottler fret to those of your readers nary foe lurking in the shadows of Wall cents in stamps p pay pt* postage
ho have Throat Bronchial
u Consumption. or ( or Tb Biplrs fre*.
with as tawiy s ctteB* and COaChes as J. s.Tt.x ROWLEY.rr Lung Trouble, if they sill. write me their 'I street care should be taken that they do TOO expnssage.Pages, rayon fflostmfcns, 40000descriptions
AUesseronoaon express and postoSce address. Sincerely RRY not do themselves injury which will tUt'
are necessary to give passengers first- TT. ( etrything used
class acchmodattons. First train leaves OTTEKSOX.TorTaxCMkcto T. L SLat'DL x.c., m hurl St-,Hew fort Ji prove anything but imaginary. in life;tells yc4 what rot ought to s
LW. tf Tb* Editorfe ud BUIB.M M.saesat of Fall..... t whether bay cfas or cot.
.L. VATE8. tsls I'uew tiaaraak.ehr&-I'ras-acae. pay foo
Tampa at 9 and
05 p. m. Saturday, arrives rawcoasy Tr a rsr.eao.l .1 ""Marriage exclaimed the fat woman One profit iron maker to$Set. Get it.AIONTGOMECY .
at St. Augustine at 6 30 Sunday "
"is a failure.
.
: GAT.For
: WARD CO
,
N0 AGENTS
morning. Second train leaves Tavares SaperiBMfxfeM r MU toHrneStoa: WE HAVE Upon the table before her were a he Mail Orterlrtb
tilt Nldlr.lt t tea. ees Ortt ators*f(
A.00 a. m. and Ocala! 7.32 a. m. Sunday .J. F TEXXEY. ___at wa.&eMM l prtcr Canadian cent and a plugged quarter, III-U6 1khl$3 Ave.. Chlcajo.

and arrive at St. Augustine 10.30 a.m. satverse.GEORtE' SUB aastoae.fae..M saywtxre roe = STANTON I her share of the gate receipts of her
W. -.si Q. tb i.s wurr.. ,1M HOUSE
k,1d. four hundredth souvenir public
These trains over the Florida East .. tyfe. e-f ( fm, D. weddingto
pass Bard 4.
rD rublic Iaatractioo U.l'rOrr.
_HtMO Coast Railway between Palalka and St. I 8.1UGtET, INMMbaM*-* Wrt Two minutes walk from the central Depot. Overall the trembling gaslight cartits
I RATES, $2.00 PER .
OOV.'F.PBIK. DAY.CHATTANOOCATENN
UUUKt
Augustine. Don't miss
It. i I garish gleam.-Detroit Tribune. i
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--, THE TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST 28, 1896. ,

and the .
'the met ods G Its passage through 1 I t....sins-.td r.......
house DON'T TOBACCO .
-as a i colossal swindle. I STOP ; heL W.JL Peed. WOq
4 ae64'n that. the Florida r Central! and d Poninsnlar Railroad auks a yEpilep.y of
Int lUre never had the bat w :boat
.actlo of th13 F doubt treated and setted
t
c /POMCA n"f18 z e, and it does not I I S lirisff mi>r.Pb ca..-ician ea thin;; any his:

: r 8Bio enIDorall UTOI.once Of !law." (Con- HOW TO CURE YOURSELF Short Line Between Florida and all Northern success\ havehea-d:-< astonishing.V' c: i i aea.
Iv 6 Forty
-fnrtk eofcord part *a yea:.' ataadiaf
( ,, tint session ap- WHILE USING IT. Points. i cared by
pendix' page 1 --- him. H.

cCa'ion', he (3.) Ag&in, on another I EVERETT SAVANNAH AUGUSTA GA. COLUMBIA WASHINGTON BALTllttHE: % '. abl
laid ,
fPat5ed : "The t.il; which The tobacco habit crows on a man CUr w. : k oa
tkd
; Ilona, AI d which ultimately I PHILADELPHIA NEW BOSTON AND THE EAST e this dilI
be jaw until hi! nervous system is seriously YORK easewhicta!

.....; ...... the bona. was c plainly not rear in afTectedlmpalring hNLl th.comfort and Everett,Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga,XashTOle Louisville, Cincinnati, CUeago. i,I ,fee with sends a
'1" J | Jbrerett,Birmingham, Holly Spring,Memphis, Little Hock. Kanaaa City,St. touts, Chicago I larr bottle
-. r'li... A. great many happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe Sioux City. I cf his absolute core free to any sufferer-
b aYe been ii. jaflar explanations a shock to the system as tobaccoto Hirer Junction Pensacola. Mobile,sew Orleans Texa Mexico.California and facie Cowt ,, who may send their P. O.and Express addr.. .
r made. We adrite any one wishiar a cure to address
., 4. we cannot Cow. let us see if au inveterate user become a stim- EFFECTIVE JUNE 22. 18 rnt.w.Eo rnu.?.Do.4 CC4USt..wTork
% eked a little light this ubant that his
on system continually
pr4fonnd m ,,, NEW YORK EXPRESS No 33- Leave
MZetttOMatrafeiainneJ h rater,. I A writer, quoted craves. "Baoo-Cnro" is a scientific a* +ra Jacksonville 8.20 a. m- 0.A.K.KJCAMPMKJTT AT ST. PACI-.

bdltorof Th Gr |P Learitt i his Look, "Our cure for the tobacco habit. In all Its 4 o a. With Through Pullman Sleepers I for Savannah Account of above meeting the Plant
counaney : 4
|* of Miami an, forma. after the o'j Colombia. Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia
per .all carefully compounded
: ; New York.Boeton.and all Kastern point System will sell tickets from all rtorida
huued.rtthheart eEngltahrani formula of an eminent Berlin physician r.. N I :Connects for rerdandiaa. Retom train 2''o.
-u raised $500- 31 reacheI.JackIODrtJle at 9.00 m. points to St. Paul at the low rate of
one who ha used it in his private t p. one cent mile each round
i*&tb. toother .lth B to r4fD pst Seyd to Amer- per way
a.De a. that at Ime.?. bad .8U'er. d, |monetized. He practice since 1872 without a failure t NEW YORK FAST MAil No.86. Leave tnp (rate from Jacksonville $13.10.)
[too: nearly Iii the bill It is purely vegetable and guaranteed ti + Jacksonville 6:45 p. m. Tickets sold August 29th to September

be beet medical talented a clause fas skillfully inlonetizing perfectly harmless.You eta us* nil the is r- -p '"a.r 1 Dally for same points North and for Pernadina.Camea 1st, inclusive limited to September
.,..... fore de tilTer. +' + Thronga Sleepers Jacksonville to New 16th returning and if deposited with
owg51c ofI the bin tobacco yon want while taking "Baco- c.d / York Cincinnati Through Sleeper via E Terett -
la L'p Paul be extended
Agent at St. to-
member of thecharge .. .. and Atl nta. Return No. 35 arrives Jack' can
tlaementWwwwssr Curo. It will notify you wh-n to stop F J onrtlle t.W a. m. Kor ABherill and themountwtna. September 30th.
[he bill in 0
I II we give written guarantee to cure t ., .. Through Sleeper Boat to ClnclnCrsoNY..u Ask your neatest ticket agent for
t Be d of London nati. Leave Jacksonville 6.43: p. m. ArrireJacksonTllle
a .
auluueeon.tr1e4ooengnbh e d permanently any cafe with three boxes y 0.a 9.00 a.n>. Plant System tickets via Montgomeryand
I ei Ytrefor the wltteran : bullionist who -- the only line haying
Evansville
here or refund the money with 10 per O
tined Iwokweeboctlesac' baa Siren] great attention eent Interest,'Baco-Cure' is nota sub e?iI ONLY tn &.TBt OUOBT THE: BBACTirCI. BILL through sleeping car service from
anbjectof us errs no." OOPHTBV OH PIDDLE FLOKIOA.rBXSAOOLA AID Jacksonville and South Ftonda to St.
r aDd BertoratiTe Kerrlg ua'm I nt oinage. After stitnte, but a scientific cure, that cares oI by w 1SCABSIA,4r. Leave: Jacksonville 9.15 a. m Paul
.
d ItJ No. IdaUr.for. Lake City Live Oak Madison without change, and designatedas
tietelar ewreat ewe .z) baa the II ht draft of this without the aid of will power aud with r z z t c o i Uontl<) Uo. Tallahassee. River Junction, the G. A. B. Official Route by Mr.
/jbc D17 heart beau rgul made varfoi Is t "w Pensacola,Hoblie.
sensible suglittee no Inconvenience. It leaves the system L Y. Jenneas, Deputy Commander.D .
.
more motherinc spells. "blch tar R.,., r .j
all wba-tre'. unbodied the COlD adopted aa pure and free from nicotine as the Orleans? not be misled by erroneous advertisements -

tf atol4for them zi U>- f n the bit |I,' (Congres- day you took your first chew or smoke. 'd and the 80J,111. Mexico California and the of other lines posing as official -
'Foar'reened1es Just Cord, devil or.w .r Paciilo caaa Carries Sleeper. Return No. I.Dnue routes,but for correct iuformatioa
nflVto..tuoJ40D.one 1".lIt this 9 j 872. Cared bj Baoo-Core and Gained Thirty of iii, surtva J Taos.... and Pullman reservations, address
tba"t aJ'nbonle wW ld fn. oW" 1. Sejd haying Peonds. ORIDA/ CENTRAL w..i:+ Lea Jacksonville 9.15 a. m. R. L TODD,

te1lJ aU]. e. eat onfidence baa"yuep From hundreds testmonials the J For Starke. swtborrle,8liver Springs, Ocala Division Passenger Agent
?
'I iS'oe. and
v t tiaineuille dar Key WUdwood. Leesbnrg,
K,d>caPao, ch'.and in jglAlflcs'HeiirtQ : |//2 Fredrick A. originals of which are on file and opento rENlkwua La. c fnat: : ka,orlanJo.Lacoochee,Dade City Jacksonville, Fla.

St tW ember of the inspection the following is present andCoeaeclloas. a pa. ArriJaJacksonvlheL43p.mnsarr
k
\ oct lige, made an ;oa rtoaml CINCINNA I AND FLORIDA THOUGH
ed.Eureka Florda y
Restores Hea r:which the t.. [flowing state- Chemical and Manufacturing K.- ."" ,'' *,u. arrt"e.J PULLMAN. nile SLEEPER.9.a. m.JacksonvKe. Cincinnati Sleeper East

t Company, La Crosse Wiscon
Holly Springs Route (No 36>-ST- LOUIS, Leave 6.45 o- m.
/ The Crime of,' .J visited sin.-Gentleman: For forty I
18 75. Lend 1n, Eng., for years KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO. Vl&1tacoaA Coattanooev

P.ArATU, FLi:, Aug. ,ot placing Ib pre Pennsyl- used tobacco In all its forme. For Leave J actIlOl1Y le.:45 p.m.,via Macon, Atlanta Sonnets I' Nashville LouiavUe, Chi-
/ '11.... mJd. ; Parries In 1Yhj h I inn twenty-five years of that time I was a Kirmingnam. Holly Spring for Memphis, ago and an t8 North and West. No. 35acksonville Coast Hy.TWE
was Springfield, Kaunas City. St. Loais, Chicago.
.
t6ok grcal sufferer from generl debility and ret urn arrives 9.00a.m.
you be.kind enough to pot with lDe' letters of in- 'Sioux.00 oty. No.35>> return arrives JacksoaTiile
a.m.
heart disease. For fifteen years I triedto
fur paper the letter of J. R.' many gentle en in Lon- TABLE IX EPmOT JANE
quit but couldn't. I took various 8 20 t. m teares Jacksonville for Brunswick by the berland Route Steamer, and
M taken from the columns of yobem one to Mr. Ernest Cumber Lana bound. 15. 1506.SOUTH .
others "No-To
Bac""The
remedies among
fctropolla" of date August 11,11+ het 1l. Faus t eitreasure Indian Tobacco Antidote", 2.00 p. m.-8und yt only for rernandina.

ft on a subject 1)f I been wen 4.05 P. m.-Local for Lh+nt4 Cloee connection; for Brnuswif k. Shortest and quickest route. BOUND.
jfreat e ae-
rutef "Double Chloride of Fold", etc., etc.,
f. ,inquiry In our present political d/r Mx" Seld a .d-with his but none of them did me the least bit 5.50 p. m.Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate point. ve Jacksonville 9.13 a.m. Na bSTATIONS.

/It 7 I would call attention 'li owev rd SeJ'd, 1Vb I under- of good. Finally, howevr, I purchased 9.10 o.nv Ior Tampa and intermediate!points. I'uJlmaDISleepers.! Arrive Jaeksoovine: Jl'o3'l Yo208,

''the only error In Mr. Tysen'a lettTflje I visit d London a box of your "Baoo-Curo and it 7:50 a,m.THBOUOH. I -.... -. ...
SLEEPERS for CINCINNATI via ASHEV1LLEleaves Jacksonville: at 6.45 p. m. ...... I .. ....
made, no doubt, in the haste? rear, and| with each has entirely cured me of the habit in arrives AIbe1'We"'O p.m..arrives Cincinnati 745 a.m. Ly aU ..... ......
poeit1on. It will be observed 8Cquam ance with all Its forms and I have increased For MACON and ATLANTA TWO TRAINS DA LY.Leave Jacksonville&23 aju.and 6.45.pJU' Ly ..... ......
Steamer""MANATEE"Tampa tor Braidentown and Man[tee River Points. .
"tfr.T.Bpeakaof both Judge Ho ebl'lZal'y, 1 4, while thirty pounds in weight and am relieved Pullman Sleepers all Trains. Ar e.::::: :::, ::::::

nd Judge Kelly as "Democratic met" an while his from all the numerous aches Send for Best Indexed lownshlp o I Night to LY ...... ......

Congress." and of and .I could ::::: :::::: ::::::
Judge' William &loong palm body mind. O1'OX ...
8 PENEI1' Traffic r\ lc .
HaD A.
0 er things, [.. .. O. MACDOKKLt.!: Oea. P. & LY ::.... ......
tiolnta .of Indiana,was indeed De I1104t of Parlimenastonish- write a quire of paper upon my T" ......
d d and condition. ,' 'P" LYOrmood...... li sup.::::: :::::: ::::::
2crM a a very prominent one In t uprefse I changed feelings DaJton& It:' .........
.... ...... ...... .....
::Rpase f Bepresentativea D1Ioo exist Yours respectfully, I H.Marbury. PLANT .L.PortOrange lisp. .
while JudP. ah iuld ; SYSTEM. it Nsw Bmyraa. 180! ..... ...... ..... ...._
: ,Kelly of Pennsylvan3Jdn>eiJy the could .. Oak Hill ..... tlIlp ..... ..... .... ......
o..furoR.A. .. 'Tttnavtf...... 153p ..... ...... ...... ......
+erati prominent a Bepublicaif1 that e corroptanch on of the B.f6Io .. 4259;" 'MILES :: City Point ::: aRkldg ;::; ::::: :::::: :::::: :::::.
aa6s+ a radical protectionla1 wonll I place it IIII I Bt1: i1 : :: .. ,, ,
that to nfcfcnamed Plg Iron rel' 115h Par] iment in = '...; :: ; .::: :: :::;: ::::: ...::,

3h:' __ J. D. B. \nel e rited meumed of REACHING tha-Most[ IMPORTANT POINTS :: Melbourne.::: 4Bo.astla = ::::: :::::: :..
.. ....: :lp .... ..... ...
. TItLg {there be NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT OF "r.-m- .. ..... 4 6p ..... ..... ...... .
& a ,, Angrat 10,1896. .. !0:Lac. .... Seep ..... ... ......
"':20 the t of Tae XetropoIIi. ] Ie ion cor1 THE GUAND ARMY-OF THE' Alabama Georgia, gouty! 'x. .. Port Pleros .. S ebp...... ..... 410.. .......
.. EdeD......... '321' ..... ......IIIIa .....
Look! 91fr'the CoDgreisional Eco 1' .wt I pledge BEPUBLIC-ST. PAUL, Florida'.Cuba and Nova Scotia. .J.IIND.... ... .a:p ..... ... : a Sea :.....
: .
ad wet 1 a great man)'speeches since a cot to MINNESOTA.For Perfect Passenger Service I :: Btoart.Adds.:::.:::: 157p 45p.:::::.:.6 :::: ::: :: ::::::

:1873. zna4e Democratic lam -boo to tell .. HobeSOUD4.. fl7p ..... .. ...... ......
members of -
congress;p1ad.n themselves P COn ce you the above occasion the F. C. & 3, :: :P Jupiter Iie ch.:: :Sop 46p ::::: :::::: :ace Ka ::::::

on record the .. Linton... .. l ep :... ....: 11 08& .......
.as to the engage of the demonetization C01 rupUon'Jm. P. and Southern Railway haye secured .. n.Lauei'rd'1e l3:1p: ..... ..... 1 ISp ......
Ills LeIDODDty.. J82f1p ..... .. 3 .....
I win quote only two, Judge d ,,16. I a rate of one cent per mile each way. Ar. Miami....... lO) ..... :..:: 3 rip P :.....

Xe111 andludge Holman. Judge Kel- C he 'n con- Tickets will be sold August 29th, 30th, -

Iv, who w s airman of the committee| in 1872-3, 31st, and September 1st,limited for return : NORTH BOUND.
nt3 ,
on colnac weajhu and meaaureajrj,.. 'd, the passage until September 16th. By '- STATIONS. yn 50.LT NeSO! j jI

the bill "u.I passed, being 4fer Q,0 Ol a bill emonetizing silver. depositing tickets with the Agent at tent I

charged with haying advocat It"Arda//T saga to the interest of those whom I St. Paul an extension of the return 5 .Lemon Miami.City..... T55L S lea -I-Site 6 Sa : 1-'..:.....

Thoug> the chairman: m0said. I presented-the governors ol' the limit may be obtained until September30th. :FtOd'rdalIJnton 55Ia :::::: 734*[:::: :.W :::::::
0. 'lla... ..... .aKa .......
mluee on inale I d iR s in Cnk of England-to have it doae. I This rate is open to the public. PlmBeach Beal.' .UK*. .
f with with irstruc I Eivienu..'.."...'..... : ::::.....::::::' :::::::
the fact tlit 'L iMlMPB | me 00,000, Tickets may be procured from any I .. W Jupiter I J!!Ta .......Utop .. ....

1 ftilTerdoliUir_ ould demonetiz6 W'25orantof the I Itions If that was not sufficient to ac- Ticket Agent of the F. C. & P., J. T. i ... Hone :\. :::::..:.:::.:)!:::: ..".. :'::
yet + compic0 ineoojeci 10 draw foranother$500,000tj. & K. W., or F. E. C. Railway. The .. Stuart... ::
'or f-U;dropping the silfliar .. Jensen.s' .... 313pHJSh .... .....
."as much more as was route will be via F. C. & P., Southern j I .. Eden... '. \.:...., i3.pl.. .....
from our system of coins, as I saw ,the committees neces-I .. ForU'lerce.I .4oe ... .. 4'np.. ... .. ....
sary. Railway, and Queen &Crescent to Cincinnati tbastisa. .
were those distinguished Senators, House and Senate and paid the money, from Cincinnati St. Paul I .: RoeMsad 1144.1 :::::::1::::::i: :::::: '..:::::
Messrs. Blaine and Voorbees who ; to .. eIbourDe.. '11214 ... ..,'". .I..... ........
were and stayed in America until I knew the over any line desired. This rate also t.rne..i.. .. :I I ....
then members of the House, and eachof measure was safe. Your people will applies via Columbia, Asheville and ; QltEAT EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY TIlE Pan Ralbe. 1131.+ .

whom a few day since, interrogatedthe not now comprehend the farreachingextent em Knoxville.Railway The have F.been C. &selected l'. and South on account PLANT SYSTEM. .;R0BkIgeWI.13ai Cocoa. ..';'r20i> J.HLtLi. .: : : ::::

other: .'Did you know it was drop- of that measure but they will In .. TitaftTllto ..,1280j ..... ... .' ..... ... ....
ped when the bill passed' 'No; said of being the only lines running THE FINEST FISHING and BOATING IN THE WORLD .. Oak HOI ... ..... ......I.. .... ....... ........
after Watever think through from Jacksonville
years. you may of sleeping cars MW Smvrn. 300s
Mr. Blaine; 'did you?' 4Ko,' said Mr. to Cincinnati without change. '.. *V rt Orange: tVfftrmond :::::: :: ::: ::::: .:::::
corruption in the English Parliment, I Plant teamsliip Il.ine, .. D.lytona..... 2" ....../:1.1........
"Voorhecs, I do not think there were assure I would not have dared to Sleeping car berths may be secured .. ( 2 ........./ .. ......
you by addressing Ticket Agent F. C. & Past ralatk = ....... .
three members In the House that knew such here 1 did in rwo ELEGANT SHIPS EVERY WEEK ::.
mace an attempt as : ::::
it. I doubt whether Mr. Hooper who P. Railroad, Jacksonville, Fla.,or ArSMateo... ,I ... :.::::
country' W. D. ALLEY ...
your Port Tampa Kev West tnd Havana. LTSMateo. .j 550pI.
in my absence from the committee on Florida ::::::I::':':::.I
Mr. Seyd's confession would indicate Passenger Aeent, Ar' ..... .... ........
coinage and attendance on the commit- that a crime was committed and also Jacksonville, Fla. One Elegant Ship Every Week between LT Palatu.'I.: .' ;: .......... ....-.. ........

1ee on ways and means, managed the that he was a son of a prophet in his Ar8LAaltUt 45'p.. .....:: ...... .
bill knew this in POPT TAMPA and MOBILE. LT$'.Aoirnot.. ............. ...0.
iL hay justice to prediction about the far-reaching ex- ArJackson'lle.! ..............l...
Urn." (Congressional Record,vol.vii, ; tent of that crime. J. R. TTSEN. Health is Wealth LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.B. .

part 2, Forty-fifth Congress, second I .. W. WRENN.,Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. and Trains St.Aagtutln 31,32,37 and dally.TS between JackKmrffla

session, page 1605.) In the Forty-sixth How'i This t Train 2TO between Miami and Fort Pierce daily
except Monday.
Congress the same Judge Kelly threw We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward 0 'wrd All other train south of SL AoputlM dally

X-ray luohe when he SEED DEPARTMENT. \except Sunday.
an mystery for any case of Catarrh that can

...aid; "All that I caD say is that the not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, A. A W. BBAIf CH.SSOp .

commltu on coinage, weights and F. J. Cnn zT &Co., Proprietors,
f eceiued.WX
arjd Turnip )Jut .
-fl&eaarec, who reported the original Toledo, Ohio, cabbage &e'edS. I STATIONS
..
So.
3o. 1 4
the knownF. 8uu4y No. 2
We, undersigned, have Dally except
tall were faithful and able and scanned
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and 303 .3fIa view fimyroa.... 1Y36p 63cp
ALL'XIKDa
its provisions closely that as their or.tu believe him perfectly honorable In all DR. K. c. Wirr KEEP ., OP-- ; to N 8a AT Lake Helen USOp 400p

I reported it that It contained business transactions, and finantiaUy; NERYE aeipitxia306pll30 Orange CltT.... I>3Rp135p 3)8p
; pro. AND BRUIN TREATMENT O.RUGS and 1\1EI: >ICINES: ArOrangtCityJLT $Sop
limos able to out obligations made
/or both the standard silver dollar carry any TKt
their firm. dKIIAU AU tTMUt HHTATIOU. Train beween New myrna and Orange city
and the trade dollar. Never having WEST by Wholesale Druggists I I*aoldvB & j
TBCAX. b ..
?aataori d yenta only,to ear Weak BHWMT.
enactt' Toledo Ohio. :I>miriHM. WaketalaeM, Pita. t ,.,.,,&. O ...nibt Lamtt,ErU DreamaTLaek.t Ooh Tbeee Tim Table above the time at which
-
cu n WALDINO, KIAAN & MA&VIX, I ; Extracts the Handkerchief. Our stock comprises all ofthe] PopularOdors.
for
doo N rroai> M.Lawitad*.all bralaa,Tovta- traina may be expected: toarrire at and depart
Senate ol tke section which droppedthe Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, OhioiHall's I fa) Errora: or E%_..DM ot Tobacco.Opium.or [ Paint, Oils. and Varnishes. Rroshes", Painters' Supplies, Etc. from the several atationa. bat their arrival or
standard Catarrh Cure ls taken lot> : Lt<)nnr.which lead to Kiiory.Conrampdoa. departure at the time stated la not (rnaranteed.
silver dollar, I profess to Inaa&iqr and Death. At nor or t>r mail.$1 a nor does the company bold Itself responsible for
know nally acting directlv upon the blodd i box:nz for tv.with written eaaraatee stare ACKERMAN & STEWART any delay or any consequences arising Ure-
coining its history but I am and mucous surfaces of the systeta. or rvfud ....7' Hanipl patent'age. ,
prepared to in the of Dottle. Sold all : .containing! 5..day nil nyd.
My legislation Price 75c. per by druf-1 tnstrnctioi,ZS recta One tsrssatpnxatnth. Joacbiwauu. D. KAIIXEK
and SEEDS MEN.SCII ,
Ibis country there is no mystery equal gnats Testimonials free. I' At Mora or by maiLLt3TR DRUGGISTS .

to the demonet4 tion of the silver dol- d Ubet s : ASSISTANTOasKRAi PASSIHOIB AGK

lar of the United States. I have never HENRY STRUNZ. ; Extra Impotency.Slrength.'For I 1)TJLE FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.PATENTS.

met a man whocowd tell just how itbme Power.Btenlity IXMC or \ eerarl'J 1 -

about or wly." (Congressional COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I.. 'written 1 a box: six for. e.3., -OF THE-

e4wrd vpl. ix, put 1 Forty-sixth Con- rALATKA SMT1O5AL BASK BrTLCtxa, CREa 1 rfl dale At "I
; L
vets, fini session,pa :e 1231.) Again.
& Miler Line.
SUet'ftMl'toJonrB: SrArroux I I: Sold by ACKERXAX TEW AnT I] Beach
dge Kelp said: "It (the bill) was Fla. .

Jed wi&out any.allusion in debate L. 1) EATON M. D. j :. Palatka
ion B OB "" "" """ii" WM
ie que of the retention or the 'S. J. HILBURN. Steamer Crescent.From Caveats,and Trade-Maria obtained and an Pat-
,dun it of the Standard silver dol- rat bo.nes*conducted for MootiUTC FUL !
HOMEOPATHISTOmac } Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday Ov omec is OPPOSITY U.ku a.P.nrnomec
tad we as seems patent ia tun* Ukaa those
Dr' an said ia the House of ATTORNEY AT LAW. From Crescent City at 7:30: aTm.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. remote from wn5+.gtoe.
DLO eves: "I hIVe before We alviset patcMabl*er ant. free of
tell
me- PALATKA. PLORIDA.Dffloe I Excursion from': Crescent City to Palatka and return dIaftt Oar fee eat due aiD ptItad Y Seca ed.a .
fior |f the proceedings of this Residence-Comer Main and First St B>aaiML<" ."H_tea 0IIcaia 1'Ideaa.*v c ,ova Old &t1oDa1 Bank BuDdba .oppo- Every Friday.- owe at same m Ue U. S. and Iora ga miss
t passage of that measure, Office Hoor-4!. a. m..I to J p.m.and 7 JO site Port-Ofnc a ;cat: free. AMRSS,

b no man can read with- p- se...:it*8o=f dtouac-Itolpm.Pmtt as.tie treated throojbk .AD bGlfHM eDtnute.l te his cart will re esve R. r. ADAMS Agent. C.A.SNOWdtCO.

tinted that the measure a *!!. Offlc*toosulutioa Ire. ... prompt teention. ..2rL W Wharf foot of Lemon Btrf L ...."aTan"Orne.............R.C.

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1 ORID1'S EXTINCT BAE.For. interlocked, laid upon the bare reef, Food CIRCULAR 2fO. 1. I
undigested, is poison. Diges
covered with shells of oysters and clams
t ND IN TUR TEX Tnou- ted it is life and strength. Millions of
ND ISLASOS OF TUB WEST thoroughly packed down, when needful HEADQUARTERS DEP'T OF: FLORIDA,
suffer from I IGn.u.'D I
us
I indigestion but often
we
FLORIDA OAST. faced also with conch Inside the
don't know it. We think ARXY OF THE BEBruLic,
it is somethingelse.
walls mounds and
built
j were platforms
,
'I i Tret- beet 1896.R
August 2.
.> Even doctors ST. PETERSBURG FLA JILT 3.
often mistake the ,,
< the excavations of Pompeii long ridges, between which canals led
.
tr, into deep indosures or water courts and symptoms.Pale It is with great satisfaction, I an
\ there has been no more ex-
thlo
archaeological to graded ways ascending to the people, who are overworked nounce that the extreme low rate of
fve oor surprising I
who need
strength who
seem in
were
that, that from Frank Ilam- mounds. The citizens: economical cent ,kA 4 '
which want of proper food, should take Shaker one per mile, by the shortest line,
of thus -made.
the They
j shin?,the well known and sue- space Digestive|Cordlal. It is astonishing has been granted, from all points in
could not afford the ground space so
from the bureau of
fill xplorer y
what food will do, when properly di Florida, to attend the 30th National -
laboriously reclaimed from the sea. iAr
loif,;."v, this city, and the University gested.It : /
has returned. lie They needed it for their gardens or for Encampment G. A. R. at Su Paul,Sep .
tuRyvania, just
Thousand drainage into their well-packed cisterns, will,make you strong, revive you, tember lit to 5th, 1896. This is the I .
I 'ovt'red in the "Ten I
ha -Those myriads of email for- BO they built their individual dwellings refresh you, sustain you, make you fat, best rate that has ever been obtained, I

upon little piers standing out over the restore your color, make muscle, brain and I earneatlynrge{ all who can, to I
red reefs
j.:: v" <' off the inner or Golf
'H 1 'If Florida-vast ruins which In- edges of the water courts. Upon the fibre, courage, endurance, energy; Increase make the trip. This rate U extended

mounds terraces between stood your power to throw off disease to the public. So all who desire a
high or
(itt the long, past existence of bunts 1 ..
Jet14
tI
their welt-builtstorehoeaes with thatched and keep you healthy and happy. cheap summer excursion to the great
of wonderful the .
cities, once Indigestion does just the opposite Jforthwest can avail themselves of it \ .
dom of roofs of palm leaves, and with plat ,
a race now lost-a race
Let ns leave Florida in a solid G. A.
but be cured
indigestion can and
ted lathed and sides. prevented
or plastered
)se population counted high into the IL train. Two through Pullman cars -l 4r. rf
with Shaker
"On the higher terraces were their Digestive Cordial.
fisands and be millions a race have Un
may Sold.by all druggists. engaged cue from Tampavia ( of
|ch he thinks reached the height of many-pillared temples. These terraceswere Plant System to St Paul, leaving T

proud though primitive civilazatlon often faced up with coach shells AUj1l&t 29th. 7.40 a m. also one from

(ne new world perhaps a thousandrs beautifully laid in regular courses and Right in Sight Jacksonville to St. Paul via Plant

before Christ, and which was in the graded ways which approached Sure SavingShown System, leaving at 7.00 p. m. The trip

Istence certainly more than a thou- them were often paved with the enormous I Well send you our General Catalogue will be made in the shortest possible Safety Comfort Quick Time Low Rah
clam shells here. time
pd years ago. These people have no so common and Buyers Guide if you allowing 8 hours, from 955 a.

These gave a wearing surface mulch end in m. to 6. p. m. in Chicago and arrivingat
frne and have been forgotten even in us 15 cents stamps. That \ Finest Cuisine and Service N* Transfer Between Jacksonville asul .wt'

traditions of the descendants of: like cobble-stone pavements of to pays part postage or expreauge an4 : BL Paul at 7.30 a. mre. the 1st of
The Fleet is compared of the following Handsome Sew Steel Steamers:
day. The graded ways led by gentle keeps off idlers. I 'September where elegant headquarters -

I frir belelve neighbors.that their Their discovery ancestors is once led slopes down from the platforms to the It's Full Dictionary of important of Honest information Values no; have been engaged, at 106 West COMANCHE (new), ALGONQUIN IROQUOIS, CHEROKEE( SEWl.Nl'

ends of the canals the Assemblages matter where 4th St. opposite Rice Park, in the
>urisbed in South America in Brazil [penetrating you buy. 700 Pages, Y OKTII-KOUNI:
of mounds led iirectlylto! ianoo illustrations: tells of oooc hotel and business centre of the city.
tolivia or somewhere in the sources ofe or <: ankles and right price of each. OH : 8 tamers are appointed to sal according tone tide.
I Only two minutes from the Poet Office.
the water courts. Around the edges of between From JACKSOW1LLE. (calling at Charlston )'t and Thnrsdayn.
profit only maker and l.'A"
} Amazon, whence they spread I / user.Get I In a subsequent circular the limitof From CHARLESTON, : Mondays and Frida,.
these the body of the population dweltin it.MONTGOMERY. I For hour of-sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charlentoa daily papa]
pwnward to the sources of the Orinoco time, which is expected to be thirty .
pile dwellings built upon ledges,of WARD & CO., "OUTII.JI() *D. L i
pence still further down to the Car-I days date of sale of tickets and follows
111-116 ,
shell sloping from the steep banks'':of Michigan Ave.. Chicago Steamers are appointed to( sail from Pier 29. East River. New York at 3 p.mn u
)bean Sea then drifted their schedule from all points will be given. For CHARLESTON ". C.. Tuesdays and Fridays
; in can- the water courses toward their channel For JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (calling at Charlestoi) Tuesdays and Fridays.

(ies by the currents of the Eastern At- i ?. Upon pointed piles resting on the PALATKA MAEKTETS. Let Florida be well represented.L. .
Y
,ntic into the gulf, and thus to the keys : ledges were set horizontal beams carefully Groceries-Wholesale. Dept.. JKSHBS Commander.For CL YDE'SI! ST. JOHNS RIVER LIN _

>f Florida. The first of these
ape i dressed and fitted to the crotctfed Corrected Weekly by Gal Bros, Corner Kirby further particulars regarding

)ached were doubtless a hundred or : of the The floors of and KIrkland street i'''
piles. were>
BABY
tops rates, schedules and sleeping car accommodations (DE LINE.) l.ilil
fnore miles out from the mainland, By Sugar, Standard Fine Granulated.... 5 83
: mat or mud covered saplings and the Extra C" Sugar a;................... S 5T address" ;-
fepreadins: from one of the keys to another lattice work sides were plastered or .left Dry Salted Boston Bellies........... 64 IL L. TODD For Sanford, Enterprise
thus DrY Malted Western Bellies........... 5t" ,
they reached the mainland. I open, at least so in front. The thatch. Dry Silted Western Backs... ....... Thus they addmitted cultural Lard,compressed In tierces .. 6 Arid Intermediate Points on the St JohiJCAPTAIN
a great ( Plart '
ed roofs extended steeply down, protruding M 00.lt tins::::::: System Jacksonville, Fla. : ,

tidal wave, which swept in time over well over the sides. Over the Sugar M Cured Piculdllama..7 Hams .10'

the greater part of the midsouthern cable end was often a symbolic figureor I Bhnnlders ....... ...... 7 i'I Steiner : EYIERGLADJJ :
for Corned Beef, is... ... .... .... ..... ..gt f0
country, Mr. Cushing believes that tablet, not unlike those seen on certain .. .. 2s ... ............ .... :t.lo.
they were the first' mound-builders. Boast Beef. Is... ..................... 1.10
native houses of the Potyneslns.The .. ts........................ 2.10 I W. A. SHAW.
They must have flourished hereit would whole architecture was indeed Flour,Fancy Western First Patents. 4.25 to 4 JOFlenr :
,Second Patents do doS.yOt
teem to him, cbtemporaoeouMy with very much like that of the South seas, Rice. ,Carolina Good. ................. *% to4 I Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura street at 6 p. m., TUES'>AYSSAfRD.YS'
the highest glory of the Greeks and Fancy .... ....... ............... 4% to 5% Palatka Sanford and Inter-
for
especially of Java and lower Siam, Butter Fancy Eastern Creamery..... 22 to M ,. Enterprise
Somans. They had their temples, their and almost like that of the Cheese Fane vfrull Cream CM.Y.St.). 10 to uPyrnpFlorida 1 Landings on the St. Johns River.
precisely gal 30to3NewOrleans >
Hotassee per ..:::::::::::::: Leaves and Enterprise 5:30 a. m MONDAYS and TH\
kings, their priests, their dramas and natives of Maracaibo. A good-sized Crackers Van derreer A Holmes' 85 to 40 DAYS for Jacksonville.

their sacrifices. In the buried marl family occupied each house. There Standard XXX....Soda. 6
Lemon Crackers .... ... T O.D.raIIP..eDrn and Ticket Office* SS W. Bay Street, Jacksonville,Fla.
'etfs of their forgotten empire Mr.ahing were pleasant abodes. The locationwas Ginger Snaps, .. .......... T
.
Extra Toan .. ...... T A. J. COLE General Passenger Agent) I M.m()Of( 'n R..1L. Via l's...Art
has doubtless found the golden an ideal one for such people. Thev Assorted Mixed Cakes.: .. 8 I a BowHne Green. New York f IF. J04 Went Bay St,Jackeonvfl

'p the mysterious through not bothered the Condensed Milk-Eagle ... .......... TJOUChampion It.H. CLTDEJA,T. M. o. L. HOWARD. FJa.Frt ArtJ t
passage were by aggravating I rt.'HoranSt.Jaetsonvll
......... 4.70 to 5Itewltng Green New York }'
entered to this country thai pre- Insects of the mainland! and they bad do do lieU Braad......... 3.45 to I P. D. O. nrn1 O. r..5. J.A. LESLIE. Snpertaiendent."
M Bo.tSMf *e. PaCaMlphU. Foot Hogan St., JscktoavU)
do do ........ :3.50 to "
Challenge y
j;YilrzaUob, covered also by the ever near at hand all of the tish they do do Dime.............3.J5to 3 I THEO. O. Ce .B.T. )L9 Bowline Own fiew, VUk

and,p j I oiid* for which al bae- wanted to eat. If I were living in that Canned do Vegetables No. J Tomato-No.3 Tomatoee........... C 85$ to to SOL 1, WM. 11 P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Aft JI

subeeto1"51* 06 accounted. section I would rather reside upon one do No.Okra and Tomatoes tl 3 to 1. : :
to do No.2 Marrow Pta....... 80 &e 1"30
and sendsHx their passage north- of the keys, even as they are to-day, do No.2 Early June Teas.... 1.00 to 1, I 13 So. D |Awar. Ave FfcHadelpIUa & Howling Green, Met.* r< j.SoaunoriHomei .J.
do No.2 Boston Baked Bent IM to. .nc
wt : rise to oristanbnt than the coast of that section of .- .
Chlea 4 .V main do No.Boston Brown Creed l M to -----1' -- --t.}r-
ed'tb\ Table Irish Potatoes-per barrel.... l.to to .... I'
more perfected Horida. .. .....
Red Onion do l.MtO
and Bosons
barrel...... ... .OOOi/00 People WearfWJouglasSliocsl
' #t, iTizattoo of the aaekot CentralAmericans. Yellow Onions per 1.75 to. ,
Early Roue for teed... .... .... IM
Beanty of Hebron for seed 1.90 The Sonipsrn Railway is the first ol
"'.1aW W. .... 1---.1 De.... Chili Red for Bred. .. .. :::::: 1.90 I
C.'vlI his recent arrival Wasblngt r.. an.... Golden Cottolene,CO Ib tlas.... ..... 658TOBACCO. our great railw .7. tema to give information '
OCABETTCI,Era flt 1r
'i, Mr. Cosbt& gave to the writer a The Action of the Silver party whicht.eUeTM Duke Cigarettes... ...............S4.KS t Mt to the pttblickaad to fix low excursion I
....... ..... T
Sensation Cut 30
Plug.2ol.
word picture ot this newly excavatedk that under fie coinage at It Kids r a' .............. 28W30 fora SEWn $3_ :IN
c d'lm as doubtless appeared in the II to 1 the bullion value of silver would Arrow .. .. .............. 30. rates summer outing good ORUXHAND
Seal of North Carolina 01.......... U I ,
act rtty of life. Such information as be raised to iU coinage ratio with told Dnke's Mixtures, 2 os .. ............ 30 for return until October 31, by issuing $5.00 $3.00

lays that this will be done by season of Bull Durham os.. .................. K with usual promptness its Summer }
br ac hitherto: made public has eon. the greatly Increased demand tor silver. Lucy Ilinton......................... 41 '
.... :39 Home and Resort Book '
a:! sJi of description! of the dead rums It U alleged that this additional demand Georgia Beanty .., 35fiwvetKuMett i Hoo !' $2.50

a: .".' remain of the inhabitants. i will make the silver dollar equal in Climax Clubs..:::::::::::::::::.::: .t 39 JO *R. MONARCH" AND "KENTUCKY It is handsome in design aLd' Srtlsttcm I

la b.:- interww however, the exptoro value to a gold dollar a&d that there- Thin Pounds............ ..... 41 CLUB." Pure Whiskies for even respect having thirty-two $3.50 $2.00

few, there would be no repudiation of Star ..... .................... ... .... *J Family and Medicinal Gen- beautifully illustrated pages containing I
,n 1>(' said to but taken the writer ] Clipper 93 purpose
ebts or loss to Ravings bank depositors, HorseShoe'.::::::::::::.::::.:'.::::::: 44. nine only when bottled In this style the moat complete and conveniently ar- $2.50 "J.S

r .ioi as his first companion on a i holders of insurance policies etc. Pearl........ .... ............ .... 35 '
s:., -.d journey to that mysterious I But while they talk of an increased Drnmmond. Leaf................ .i% I package. Bottled and shipped from ran ed information calculated to answer $2.25 t Em

"lom in the sea. Mr. Cushing's I cue of silver money under free coinagethe Gold Pearline Dost,per per case cue.S........ ............ J.I5OctaeonSoap I Distillery. Ask you dealer for these folly and satisfactorily every que.tionlikely .

i. >u* are made after studying the silv dtes do not attempt to show Royal Powder: 1.Ib:::,:.::::: 484 40i brands. If he hasn't them, write ua. to be propounded! sueblu! routes forMal .IIIQit2... -
hoes and
: L.
a"UidQf( symbolic figures on pottery how or why more would be uned. We I do-V. dodb............ 2CS 1 gallon 5 years old 3.45; 1 gallon 8 and diatanlfcs, hotels and boardinghouses Wear I'.eo W.to *U atlas*. m pair. All *'y'.t
... ....... .
Campbell's or Ta l.M T.i-,ad.'atw lal tneraas xnrtc. a
wbells and other objects i have now over $1530.000.000 in silver do d(lor'sit-ID.;''I. ........, SOHorsford's 'rears old, $t.2.5; 1 gallon 10 years names of proprietors how to \tl4th.. .f ether _lie!!. i> tC>e quality IL ,fw.
many of which almost Bread ........ ... .11- --.'. .
money, 1560,000,000 I Prepkratloa board p..CI-
t auu i u the ruins, also after examining I Almonds...... ........................ IS toll old, $5.50. 1 Case:12 quarts, 5) years teach them, rates of by day, Tall..blltu.Itllat.........,n..lulealll1e.
is full legal tender and $75,000,000 English Walnuts.................'.... 14 old 1 week and month etc. .W.I..Do.|Iaaf' &IO..X.*..
m:.: uierment places of the dead and subsidiary ooina e. That the limit to I Brasil, large.... ......................- 7. $11.00. Cae12| quarts, 8 years ,
j Filbert .r 9Pectn old $13.00. 1 Case 12 quarts 10 The Southern offers a choice of M. LOEB & CO
a. ,'.ing every detail engineering, the amount of the latter coins! that'will years
I _._..... .............. M
ai i ,ore and workmanship repre-i circulate has been reached is shown by Mixed ruts' ........... ........ ...... 12 old $15.00 Mail Orders Promptly At- mountain and seaside retorts the surf
California FUislns... ..... ..........|LOt3lMSnltanas tended to. LEMON STRETTH PALATKA
': .',1'' ii heir trailed institutions. the fact that over $15..000,000 is now ... ........ .. ,... ...... ... M bathing and sea breezes of some of the
idle in the vaults, there being .. 0
treasury rand Eraporated Apptes MONARCH BOTTLING CO.
ut '<. ",:U people of ihe rests .nU do do Aprieet.' ......... ISCnrranu lie most delightful reports on the Atlantic

DO demand for it in business. .... .... ....................... "ii to 6% Coast or the cool mountain breezes of %)no,
kc -s i'pt'CtaUy men, were large in :I Of the 431,852,041 silver dollars Owonsboro. Kentucky.Send .

jib que," raid Mr. Ui-bmg. They ; which have been coined only U,99\f.- Grain Fertllliers. Etc twit order to avcid S#annanoa, Asheville, Lookout Mountain PILAter

.' J I 777 are in circulation the remainder Corrected Weekly by Vertrees Co..ell J.T. money and otbers 2,500 feet above the sea list 55v1
w rbepondtogly strong an active. I !
.& K. W. Depot. delay ... a..a..4kr .
rilrtt
being represented bj certificates. level. p.-s'--CYWtel
UT tbeu constant habits of eaooe*travs Subject to market coaact taa1.6 Sew e..d
.. Were it act for these certificates it is For copy of guide call at office rf any I ldlro.tats, J.by,....9W..
90 to *
"ti34rr' wlrC P.Xtra"r.1' fbyuMixed. sack 110lbs.,1 .
doubtful whether aeaN a.we.r.u.ttt
one-half of the total
OU:White, sack 1251bs.1.33: : to 1.5 I
per CURES prominent send 2-eent ba..an.t5.
or -
br *-i I'ut'dan4 their arms perfectly **- I coinage would go into circulation, as .! Ground Feed, per sack 100 Ibs..... IJStoUO coupon agent: =........:...... wneq.rA3iowzics ..1.
\ the weight and balk of the white meW Feed Meal per sack 10015053 to N stamp to W. D. ALLEN, .
ve: "cd Their features wet r mrkabr :- Pure Wheat Feed per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.38 to .. .44 11 '
those I make it unsuitable for general use. It Ray No.1 Timothy.per ton.........21.aotaS:. 0 Florida Pass. Agent, cz irate
regular, o( the men espe-i ...... ...
Wheat Bran per sack 173 lb s. IMto
unit be remembered that under free SUMMER.IISEASES Fla.
.. ..... .... Jacksonville,
cIa h. w.'ra*n Winjff! maUerjouuderflayer ) Grits and M 5.-per bM 2.30102.30Rust .
Coinage no silver --certificates would beisroed Proof Oats per bush.......... M so..
and of face. The former hade I I all that the government: would Best Patent Flo.r,per bbL......,. ..50 LING WAHJ
Cotton Seed Meal t,per sack. 1 JO to 113 .
1J.1 -?}T aqdtrae frat re;. faces I do being to atmp the metal brought to Cotton Seed lies.. Dark per sack... b7 tu.... RHEUMATISM CURED.

pqt:. full, though narrow '. ft' and I I tke mints and return It to ita 'owner. Its l Linseed MealPINE ................. .....__. t,

C2.un'i-uA.iy well tut Under sacs a system the total amount I After eminent physu lane and all
\eiuptl 'The Ideal enm r f*. all **.. Arst- aChIIIS8 C La
fail Botanic
|! of silver used as money would be strict- TAR SYRUP other known remedies
thost ot p.mative: people., They were .....r&II....._a. sad ....
i limited to the quantity of coins whichgo ...,SBcb M Dlarrbeea, Drtery .... Blood Balm, (R B. B,), will quickly

Icrg; hcaitt-d! with foreheads high: but into general circulation. We now Quickly cures Coughs and Coldlsa ......& ... Dyspepwds. cure. Thousands of testimonial attest FROST ST., PALATKA, FL

slur, a> Their completion was dark I have almstt $9 per capita of silver Peek's drug store, corner Second and Crwp..r-.f"p.&lHe'., I I this fact. No ease of Rheumatismcan

clivj incuned to ruddioe&s. Their I money in its various form We cannot La that Ita.4ar4 .r. .e4i- staid before its magic healing Fint-rlau work irnaranteed.

DM! more ratwidiary silver, of which Lemon streets. dace. i Work done on short notice,
,
hau Wj hid aDd l measurably for book of
there is already too modi. Nor is it I power. Bend stamp par- I

Tb wi'de l appearance was IlraJght-1 possible to force each man woman and DR. KING'S I ticulars. It
: Thrir cioibing was ,, child to ae over $9 in silver coins. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS, . 'will convioo .yoa' that B. B. B. in the i dry of ham Lee, I hose c ..-.t r

Vil1 "\ -h fr'njr! made ofT The thing is absurd Indeed it is doubt- beat core for all Blood and Skio Diseases .. : for clothe' will pro Q, -: t

!I I fal whether would silver ROYAL GERMETUER. I ortabktitutas WAHfPftini t.PLA.
use
t'J of flII\i: : crabaid decorated j jrus we more ever dfeeovpmL Beware -

{I I than Mexico, where under free coinage said to "jpet as good." 1.00
w i jtp'i.o\!. They ] ito Tasasaaat cfCtrtiOcates attest tie fact.
the per capita circulation ts but a little
i:
.
w r .1 JJl.d-uj'1II''t>. off I per large bottl*
over $4. And in this country superior ___
,I ly. itOfG FI,sy ----- -- -0 --
Mr. L T. CoIUtr. Coselaf Mls. ears My
.1 :>'.i! ;-urk baring !<: banting facilities make metallic money What i'Ef i Dli! .....Is would act tr.. ia le .....ry ...*. day .! 1------ ---
i'S ERGJR .
l ::, ,1'.1. < :''- attach: with : less' necessary than in Mexico. a ..004,, sraCB eaters, and ee tae left slds of sir I T r
; it .etua 'j t.nd q-k (.:ras wtan a' lower towel was s plate about tbs sire .f a doltar.t F. A Gerber
"'t'., ''' ou:? 4exib stnp I The belief that free coinage would Others tall.y : .n.. +.e,;,.rr.. ..a: .. ..-a ''!}+mC e'Uar: oboenree tt. tare .. nncS ra'a.!' My food"<*>H:<*"'r:sL well beru., ., ... 1? 1r!
make an unlimited or even increased ..teed to a v ; sows ., ;...-4 b itaittr u4 r k4a.ys wr.very tally sue ol o f. 1 ut.sar.l welt by .,::rI' ydUon't
ob
\ I p.ttrey, K.v : s ,., ..., ., t osSPowerertber.el 'y tae but physicians. .sl thy tall r coa>4I I I : t I
demand for fairer is therefore a delu- ., y.r Tr-' .. .r4a tt.frM1ee ., tat a then .whll. 1 ilea c.na.ac.4 wlafR i :voar,'ron. I 1r
'I f t ," ;.es occupied or couuvf i: ricn. It should have no weight in the +.e.asd. .y.l Gtrmttttr. la tkr*...,.11I1 could eat 'nytkier I i 1eedA. ;: i I.. j
tir : r nDttow aid do ss ck work a 1 coadooe4Ik. ev.n" I.wP.r.
meIII ,; small! ..stands.i I.discussion of the 16 to 1 proposition. aS .: -a :: p., ua.ttttae.anyoo Cwsi.tDcr. ;:d cs testify that I aa tsU/tlf Funeral Director BPr.. .

.I i 'la Ke> and the j P5 r0ss LI!e i tc'u =lul l r.,. -. : .r A.Inlt It erect.&JI4 that Geraetller 4,4 tee. wwk." Ferry's Seed A1'''
I := : Can be earned'n -.-t po." ri..>-."! --er
|1 ':-.int. 1 i- :aid-. Each was sor- I IB all the world .. or available per. sl per U-s, or i fur .:.<, ,. ? A i'walvt. -) .ls speedily ear.. rte 1"t: '
to IPh fbe.a.atl.m, .
atarrh
rtlt B 43aarwaer t<* U..M <*P ffy f tb llc.ei III( r I
Ml! t'! ,, -uiiu'Wutd sit'!* by for coinage there U for than a troy pooad rP.YIfB3tMLAe4.CMt LI. levers aa4 llatarIn, Mid.. and g.trd< i--

ea w of .h< :.-. +omt-time* several'C j'. (11 ..a_) of silver to each O.BBCO of goM. and ty, .Blsdd.rTn.blew.. JNervoM r._.._Deb/ll....., And Undertaker a prteed,a. rtllf text A 1,1'(.). K;<.C'BOI1'.x' x., t
free eolnace .f sUvor at 16 .. 116 therefore Sold by ACKERMAX & STEWART liability .. Bleep.eta It lea*
t 'b. Wt|::.i n l he ancestors of this yleaaaas so take ae leenoaado.
at ratio .*ImTor ble rather thaa
a ... .114. Ir.ao tb..rwt
lies 11 OSt found the keys they were Torable to sllrer la eonparisost with LADIES OtclJl1t d_. It ....p.- ....... l y rea.evtag CORSKR LKXOX A3fD THIRD STRKKTS-

sere sstals vu't,. only at low tide. 113. the e.....
gad DR. FELIX LC $RUN'$
'bus by erecting over them P08t&U.orted ..- a I

dwelling places and by building .W_ t Steels Pennyroyal Pills 's.utrD.g Wz, 055D.B.P.sasu.acruato jjVi

te walls? alongside! or around them Jaspar What a lot of pockets you arc the orlclaal and only OMIT STm (,-Catls attended: to day or night.
there
have in that suit? I'll bet that FBENCH. safe and reliable eore

ej shun out the waves and built the Ins never been anything in half of them. on by matL the markec Uenoiae Pnce.sola 11.OOt only by sent ATLUTA C&EmL CO. ATLUTJl, II.WBn Orders from the country by mail or SD1absla Tw'r.

lands, which have hitherto been i I'll My wife's na w.noon weal
Jumpuppe- go you. roa.t.P8a aooE.-.uLU telegraph will receive prompt atten- I +.ae.
Sold by ACKZBMAX& STTWAKT, enra4 er not,tree ef eb r
ought to be natural formations. The lagers have been In every one-Truth. ... atZlcsress; PILU sadolralmv'asoovaasmc tion. j296- .oulpetott Is siloveA. &
i
PaIatta
Fla. H. .
na I swir.ts
were solidly built of conch shells, I 0ftI0 "'.



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I THE .TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST 28, 1896., ,,


SPECIAL MASTElt'S: SALE. : aad Prteee..
|I liver PrWactlMi
|L FOIST.Herald. I BELIEVE!: THAT IT WOULD BE HIGHLY INJURIOUS
I STEWART FOR GOLD. i iI : TO THIS OOUNTBY TO AGAIN FIFTH JUDICIAL In isnthe total ;crJd'. product
I, INFLATE THE: CURRENCY. I NEEDNOT [li Cancer- IN CIRCUIT COURT, of sihrer. 61,lOO.OOOocn'ces, and the
UPON THE EVILS OF A
ENLAAGE dollar worth '>f 1.04sold.
i iI CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. silver in a was.
'POINT. August ?4. I STRONG ARGUMENT FOR SINGLE GOLD DEPRECIATED CURRENCY. THIS COUN- ,
S I I TRY HAS FELT THEM TOO SEVERELY TO COUNTYIN .
all your currespondwitb I STANDARD IN 1874. I REQUIRE THAT I SHOULD MENTION I IN AND FOR PUTNAM Last year the w:>rld'lI product: of

J. F. I have TIlE)(., It matter cot what Idnd of a depredated CltAXCEKY. I Yet was UI .OOO,j(,.)() ounces, and t el
I Of the Face.
currency you baY, It xteoeeaarily entaila -
the last twelve year., : Became. AbU Attorney For MIw Mia* ; many erl1&-.l- 23, 1874, CongnionalEeocwd. N. J. Tnghouart. silver in a dollar was worth only
I
Aleo Abl. Advocate of FrreCeJaafe page W6. fiO 7-10 cents
Ownere aa
f s found [flU A. 1 ; in 1 at Iff to KBOTBMMU Profit. offtllTer I I ay a depreciated currency 1* attended bars Laura E. Mims.SmithvilleGa.,, John Officio W.Ragas Aftmlni.SherUr.traa ro
|t of a bay e'u.1reh." J. : with lIIaDf1Ja. Toe middlemen provide says: "A small pimple cf a strawberry of D. A. Boyd de- productiw 'of 1878. the fut stop to
1 Xiaee !. Which He Waa Xnter- again It. In ahlpping grain a* wa Ulortrat "
J inherited tome of the color appeared on mr cheek; it soon deatfed.etal. ward "restoring the conditions?
TrllowMt ed. from Illinol to Liverpool every pt eeted-Th Goldboc Ja Amra began to notwithstand 'DER AND BY
rapidly,
Jutes of his'gallant an- who handle that grain will Insure himaelf grow U UECREKl Chaacery.r*<>d red in ;atoveentitled ; .
of } -ArrttnM au >.r,r Siaee Antwered I against the,,. fluctuation He will charge a lug all efforts to check it My ; came, on July mV 1WS. L a* Special. Farmers of free silver Mexico Lye in I
f Guards
a Colonel uu by Anybody.Dr. higher oommb+ston. If the grain 1* to remain ;. eye became terribly i Mutter. duly pointed therein, will offer far mud boo*?*, dress in rags and h?' :a a |
at Waterloo also the In hi* pom a.ton. step by step he will inane inflamed, and was so sale for cash, to the highest and beat bidder at
the front door of the Court House in the Cityof The rich of thsame
Hin. and 1tte 16ohu'Dg! I S. A. Robinson has been looking agalnt flActoation; and every one between ,t. swollen that for quite Palatka. Mid County and State during the mere pittance. men :
; tbe producer and the ootunmer will insurehlmaei a while I could not live in perfect luxury oc:
Senator Stewart's history and record I legal 8n of Isle.o the country ,
I\. ivoir CaUe, Leicester np ; against them. I* it.not a fact with a I
on the money and silver question lIe fluctuating currency that the value of wheat .... see. The doctors mi DAY OF SEPTEMBER. IMS, says tht Rev. Francis, who is now traveling

1 J.F. is very proud o< has struck a rich lead. It is well; known In lUinola 1* the pnoe In Liverpool lea I the ac r %' said I had Cancer of I tee Range and all veuel and cooking uten ll.. in thatooontry.The .

.. the Dritiab}nstocrao', that Stewart voted fpr "the crime of cot ef traJlaportaUOD'"IIE YOU HAVE A ilK, the most malignant I belonging; twenty HeOsteaO and Berlin
DEPRECIATED CURBE3.CY. YOU HAVE \f", type and after ex- oorapirte twenty Bureaus, one lot of T,.' "
i.! :tend* to the contrary ISTt" and that [eve was for .me.time NOT ONLY TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT I' 'a\\) hansting their effort < ntuery.tairty-aix Chain, ors lot at Six wall "i .- men wh are howlisg for "mere

.u, air John. afterward sfrong advocate of the gold TRANSPORT A TIOoi. BUT YOU HAVE TO without doing me I crockery Carpet and. and G all lam article ware. *now of to Houel huutwelra <-, .I. money" are the men who propose

gikrd{ standard. It is not, however, generally TAKE INTT* ACCOUNT THE INbURANCE any good, they gaTe I and Kitchen Furniture Including Table. drive all the gold out of ireulation art
I ': that our M. D. THAT EVEHY HAN WHO HANDLES: TEEWHEAT Trunk, Picture, Towels .
known that he was, in 1874. an yellow op the case as hopeless.then informed 1 Stand. Rack{ Lamp
value of silverand
all the
WILL TAKE AGAINST THE cut two the
4i and all articles rsonaproperty of in
: himself fair that father had died from
i L. to part- this I my
a goldbug as oonntry ev T produoad CHANGE IN THE PRICE IN GOLD CONSTANTLY every deeeitotton. formerly in dwelling bouts
1'uiatioe., doctor, would and that be made some of the strongest CODING UPON HIM. IT GIVES the same disease, they said I must die, I of MM David A. Boyd situated on Riser ttreM, paper now circulating
SPECULATORS AND MIDDLEMEN A as hereditary Cancer was incurable."At In Palatka Florida, or such of Mid proterty a. -- -
M'it if I couW,but ail tbek arguments ever treed for the single gold 1, CHANCE TO CUT BOTH WAYS AND EAT this crisis, I was advised to try buy be fond, and especially men of aatd Tho silveritM start out wrong by sa'

't. u \ on me after the. freeze, standard-arguments that neither he UP THE CONSUMER AND THE PRODUCER. S.S.S., and in a short while the Cancer I property plainant.as may be in poeeD-/)L OIl KIRtn.of th* com I bag "We bare less money now than !a

nor any cab else has since answered or ... BUT SUPPOSE YOU ADOPT WHAT THE to discharge and continued to do Special Master. .,
began haT
aIDI, I still oK *4er life would 1873. The real truth is that we
can answer satisfactorily. We print be ; WORLD ADOPT AS THE MEASURE OF so for three months, then it began to E.E. HA9KELL.Complainant's olfertor. I I
for the VALUE FOR TOUR CURRENCY. THEN id. i, over $21 capita, m&teadof $18
irtb !living only pretty low part of Dr. Robinson's article anda heal. I continued the medicine while 1rm- now per
I IBucltlen'
WHAT WILL YOU HAVE THEN YOU CAN _
H: : part of the matterwhwh he has quoted HAVE!: ALL THE CURRENCY WHICH YOU longer until the Cancer disappeared en M. as in 183-

Ire hard case here now since from Senator Stewart's speeches in the HAVE GOT MONEY TO BUY YOU WILL tirely. This was several years ago and Arnica Salve. ---- -
oo HAVE!: THE WORLD'S CURRENCY. YOU there has been no return of the disease."
senate There's towel.
: The Best Salve the world for Cots a paper
opt\ :al"] moved acros the riverSmLLELAJIL i CAN HAVE ALL THE MONEY THEN THAT in ,
Senator William M. Stewart of Nevada I] YOU HAVE GOT THE REPRESENTATIVE A Real Blood Remedy. Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum --
was an uncompromising advocateof OF VALUE: FOR. .. IF YOU HAVE A NECESSITY I
I the gold standard until the close of I FOR MONEY. THE WORLD WILL Cancer is a Mood disease, and only a Fever sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, London has 12,2-2. P":1: ," m .1-

:.e'+d u> w rita any more in refit his second term in the United States QOME TO YOUR AID AT ONCE BUT IF blood remedy will cure it. S. S. S. Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
YOU HAVE!: A DEPRECIATED CURRENCY is real
(guaranteed purely vegetable) a
;.;; u running at large of begs in senate. He was elected senator in 1804. THAT DRIVES ALL THE REST OUT. THAT blood remedy and never fails to permanently ions,and positively cure Piles, or no Great Britain has 35.000 phvsi \ IT; ,

Ute but 1rou 'j leave (heavbjectjtii and re-elected in 16C9 his last term PREVENTS' YOUR USING GOLD THEN cure Cancer,Scrofula,Eczema, pay required. It M guaranteed to give
closing March 3, 1875, more than two YOU WILL HAVE THESE SAME DIFFICUL-- Perfect satisfaction refunded
discuss if they desired to Rheumatism or any other disease of the or money
+ t.> TIES. IF YOU ADOPTED THE UNIVERSAL
yean after the coinage act, which he I MEASURE OF VALUEGOLDASYOUR blood. Send for our booksoa rrice 25 cents per box. For sale by
0.. L: ut I have received a letter calls "the crime of 1873 and Blood Diseases .
now was p38SI BASIS. THEN yom CIRCULATION Cancer Ackerman & Stewart, draggist Save

,it grower in this county re0. ed lie was a member of the senate during : WOULD BE FLEXIBLE AND IT WOL"LDBE mailed free to 'S

which deerveit the three that that act was MUCH HARDER TO MAKE A "CORNER"
., years
OK '\ cxpencnce ON THE BOLD IN THIS COUNTRY ON THE any address. ARE TOO TIRED Paying
io tinder consideration, and is recorded as S S S
j-ST;r: pui>Ucuy. lie writes OSCULATION OF THE COUNTRY. WHICH Swift Specific
voting for it on Jan. 10..18C1 which WOULD DISTRIBUTE ITSELF ACCORDING All the time? This condition is a care
Wt that tt> his preaaise" Co.Atlanta Ga. Doctors'I
: ]protect was the only yea and nay vote taken on TO THE LAWS OF TRADE THROUGHOUTTHE : indication that your blood ia not rich .

.ll' redatJoD of hose be conLea It in the senate, and is said to have COUNTRY.-Feb. 30, 1874 Congressional and nourishing as it ought to be and as ,

a wire font:., round hisl\laee.l voted for its final passage. He began Record, pajtllm.' it m4y be if you will take a few bottlesof Bills

>. : 'oe of $&o (X, and consider itt the study ef law early in 1853. and was I mesa-red Children Cry for the blood Hood's -
? aflts appointed district attorney in December by gold. But your contrivance .. *o uncertain great purifier, BOTANIC
feme. At the time con- |> 15 4
;f"ta that the middleman reap all the reward, Pitcher's Castoria. Sari:,iparilla. Thousands write that B
and in 1854
of that year became attorney ,
I Uurewi-rc 00 hogn running while the producer 1* robbed eontiououiily. of P.D BLOOD BALMTHE j
but a'few general and settled in J an Francisoa 5 IN EVERY COUNTRY WHERE GOLD Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured them .

y ;' n his neighborhood; Later he removed toville Downie- HAS BEEN TREATED UNKINDLY. WHERE Cores Kidney and Bladder Troubles. that tired feeling by giving them rich, GREAT REMEDY 2

i bog raiser that life on thelcm CaL. where he devoted 1 limself to THE GOVERNMENT HAS FAVORED A DEPRECIATED have been red I FOR ALL BLOOO AW SKIN DISEASES Ji

..' Milf. of the river from this man the study and practice of the laws, that CURRENCY. GOLD HAS LEFT Thousands of such cases blood.HOOD'S R.. .... __,,i ... i. .
tHE COUNTRY.. qOLD LEFT FRANCE AT cared by the use of Botanic Blood FILLS act easily and promptly iIoftI...,.... p. ..i
.
.., .
.a: un unlimited range for hi relate to mining and similar processes. : THE TIME SHE UNDERTOOK THIS SAME!: Balw B. B." If doubt it callor on!the liver'and bowels. Cure sick .....-, n w, e.r y
( ) ,
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lia EXPERIMENT.: GOLD LEFT ENGLAND
this and notified In 1860 he removed to Virgi City headache. SCROFULA. ULCERS. ECZEMA. j
to place
ame
Xev.. and was immediately r tained in WHEN SHE ALLOWED IRREDEEMABLEPAPER send to the Company whose axlver- I .; RHtU1UTISM, CATARRH, ERUPTIONS

'::At be had brought over a stock almost case of importar ce before TO BE CIRCULATED, AND SHE tisment! appears In this paper and I I .,.t TI __.w .f ..".G. P'IK&DISO ...
every HAD TO CO BACK TO THE REGULAR L..nE CiTY 60555. r. w y W 1M a. ws
IS and turned them loose near hii the higher courts. To his Sorts is STANDARD BEFORE SHE COULD GET IT they for a one-eent'stamp, sena you a I I scast.r.on. :St n..w: .;1.::11 M

land if he molested them, even if mainly due the permanent sett ement of BACK. GOLD LEFT HOLLAND IN THE book of wonderful cures, not only of
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SErJ T
SAME WAY. You have legislated gold won
It into his enclosure tie would the title of nearly all the mirjus of the the above diseases bat of all mannerof t; A nf'j'1'AJV
,
out of year OO11DtrIDYiM It back, and 40OOWOO n 1 1hl! Q I U' BLOOD BALM CO.ACt+cla,Ca
This fruit grower has been great Comstock lode. I I () people will get yon all the gold yom ailments arising from impure blood.It .4.4. h O IVO M
In 1861 he was ch sen a In tuber of want You will have all the gold you
but two years is a ne" comer,, the territorial counsel and i i 1863 he need a* a regulator, a* a bad for your currency is standard remedy of theagefor \Vateri 50 to 150 Pigs Daily.Gvertsld .

i he has made his will find notiteheriff elected member of the oonatitu- I I and it will come very IObortl). Then the care of all blood and skin and ..
was a -- --

of this county as to the tinny eonvcntioB This brief sketch of ,. ty.we-aaall Feb.have m. 18T4.prosperity CongToeittocal baaed upon Record a certain page diseases' Sold by all druggists. ,. by gravity \ eigM vnlvr No CHILLSMORGAN'S .

|cu BO that his murder can bet his life up to the time of his c lectioa to .' lCl.'r gi)rl la rnd. No N't. t' -k; ii. Uhrf

case of his assassination.' I tho United States senate, takon in. connection Them quotations prove that Senator Plead and. .5. vir. .. lisa

his with the fact that he hkd servedin I'r Stewart not only thought the gold standard gror Fall and Winter Gardens .r t nitbti.
the intends to ,
man protect
that body continuously frpm 1664 ] the best, but thai he believed its buy your SEEDS from E. S. NECK, *.."i. .rink-


above it a statement of' facts as act which he now condemns, was i II the prosperity of our people, especiallythe i o u isrpe 1> i e, SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.

fa u. I withhold names for prureaaons passed,makee it seem impossible that he ] farmer and workingman. just received. r: kin f! It Is a tnie' Chill Care I n eotnt, aatlon with

but if any oneAiiapAitcs did not thoroughly understand every i I The interests involved.were much I hold Liver fails to 2'0 Jc' *. When properly taken of it Chlllt never

went or discredits tt, 1 will ;provision of the said coinage act. Senator I greater than most people"\uppo and I lot of hot, and CII "themop4ob.thtat.case Wbere dt'no It will care

Stewart was undoubtedly lire of the ,i Nevada was deeply concerned A few water It I.ple I'to take,a d contains 18'" ,
e/v rnwwvt ihej) ft'e* and their before a fresh supply comes ilowu. iajarete t delicate nabiea L.1 '
bust equipped men in the senate to pass facts will show this better than anything Iarem. '-
scs. I must confess JuutS-myngs Valve seat is in lwly <.f water and acts it eaaily. 1*a Tonic It U without an eqail.Gnanntee .
such a measure. lIe wad wonderfully elm could do. From 1878 to 1878
j upon I I NEUIWOI4tHIM.
be to water two ( by dmgyUCPrice
l lock-nut Can set your
as a .
to hear such dlaboU & 't: I I keen and alert and asp representative ;, the Bonanza mines shipped $100.011 pens at ouce, antI CHI h, xttaehrd to a ,50 tent*per bottle.

tit exceedingly and morj deeplyt 1 of the state more largely interestedIn C85.07' of bullion, sad from that sum: Unk or barrel in ten mutes. Works VOIQT & CO.. Chattanoo> a. Tena.GUARAKTEED .

that our better class of 'then' I silver than any other the probabilityof I paid dividends (profits) of $69,140,000 successfully in wnlcr.Ketail BY ALL DRUG-

his being ignorant of any provision or within a fraction of 70 per cent of pnce $>.( ). Wo pay express.
d far principle of
so forget
every I of it after it had been under consideration i the entire products of the ,mines. The Fountain sent to any address on trial. GISTS.

e, of fair dealing of decency! ,, I from April 25, 1870. to Feb. 12. i I Consolidated Virginia began paying Pnce to be remitted by noting to agentif
It COAts try.
as to uphold a law that w11 make 1878, and been debated until the discussion dividends May. 4874 and in 1877 bad Send satisfactory.for one. Agents wanted in every Summer Law Lectures

outrageous treatment possible filled 144 edemas of The Globe, is paid 135.640,600. The California mine 1WJTR locality. Order through implement

such treatment the country is i so slight as to render any claim to that I began paying dividends May 1876, and yt dealer or rjXIVIRSITY OP VTRGIXIA,

and deserves nothing tffi Jjvt& .effect.. incredible.IfiTtfuthis December.. 1877 inclusive, paid$21- ;, STOCK FOUNTAIN CO., rolls to Se. 4.1896. For students and prae
I that Mr. Stewart was a 000,000. Twenty Oomstock mines' in Utionera TTtti year. Tor catalogue, address
the savagerSdiUontnat I
semi I most determined and able advocate of I II Nevada other than the Consolidated Virginia Lake City Iowa. (l'.o.ChulouenllleL'L)

ter"iound itfcrHlearly 40 years I the single gold standard, as the following $47,228,000, np to December "pOHw K. c ) ISOR. Secretary
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ere is nothing; right about it. extracts from speeches made by him 1877 nine of then paying over $40000.000 ,- APJDISoir i --; EiTHF.n eta

outrage a millstone about the long after the passage of that Tact,abundantly of it. Nearly all of this vast Teachers' Examination. iI LC g RUfifFOIL .. dT being bJ -

the state that should be re- prove. He said "I want the sum was taken from the Comstock lode, r f't.d directly t8 tlteCG

standard gold and no paper money not a spot of ground lees than 800 feet*long I seat or the of Gealto.UrlaaryOrgans those disease

I redeemable hi gold. and from 00 to 800 feet wide. An examination of Teachers will beheld reqnlrenf noehaage

Let ererybndy know wbat a dollar U worth. But this was not all of the money PAiN'He in the School Houses, in Palatka, I diet. Care

Jrhti *f rthlaailo Then, the nan wno goo wait to bay prod* made out of these mines. They increased guaranteed. small. In 1 to 3.
will be under DO neoeerity to lature hlmeeU onTUESDAY =- day* plain raek.YI'REacf'
their stock from .
294,300 shares by mll .
189C
again the fluctuation of the currencyB SEPT. STH, ,
the Plantp in 1870 to 3,431,200 in 1877 and the "i'i .IT bJ'
wing can pay the fall r la*of the wheat beD without

tickets from the fAr that a chant la tb. price of gold profit made by the sale of these shares I Is now Cared, aad He Thanks God to open at C o'clock a m. Examinees For said by ACKUUIAN & STEWART
will break him down before h. rnback to t
and by speculating in them was enormous. will provide themselves with ink, pens '
veland at one Xew York. The wheat will bellleuuJe4 tylh; and P. P. P., Uppmta't Great tamed l alatka, Fla.

cents on sale i I eaae standard fold IB IlllnoU ae it U la Liverpool I I Silver mining is the greatest mil. /, For It_ and cap paper.I .
and any man ean _pre It cp. But now lionaire mill ever known.
lusive limited 1 It to a myst ry. Tie wbol enfeject of fl&aaoe j jI I Please bear ia mind that it was to Mr. George Briggs of Moore Okla., am authorized to say to those persons
I 1* a mystery, and what do we. eee every day? suffered almost indescribable tormentfor
nst. Senator Stewart's efforts that the who contemplate Uking tbe September
permanent three Neuralgia held Oranges
We Me tboae who devote their attention to It long yean.
nor service, lII.ktn,1arte fortune oat of Ualelll, er1. Let I settlement of the titles of nearly him eaptire. The right side of his face examination to obtain certificates :

nt Sjrtein via I n* do a*all the people of the world hare beea all of the great mines et the Corn- was so badly affected that the slightest to teach that the questions on

| dolnf from the beginning, measure oar valnes stock lode was due and that he acquired touch would cause the unfortunateman Theory and Practice will be taken from
I selected is the by fold adopt the standard that all can todntand feeders of Potash.
a fortune in mining and mining litigation. intense agony. For sevefthl weeks the last half of "Page's Theory and'raetice ire heavy
and rid of the U.W74. .
Knights'and Ooncr.ealoiial get Record page myrtry.-r 139Z. II I It is not unreasonable to suppose he could open his mouth lust wide !," as revised by Payne, and I Potash exerts a marked influence .

tad, and Uihe THE QUESTION NEVER WILL BE SETTLED that those interested would naturally enough to be fed with liquid nourish said book can be had of the American the and
UNTIL TOO DXTCSMIKE "THE HIMYU& turn to the whose remarkable ment, and in this manner life was sus Book Company for 60 cents. ; on quality quantity '
- I berate througU attorney I
QUESTION WHTTHEB THE LABORING tained. Read the following extract August 4th, 1896. of the fruit. Florida soils
,to Cleveland MAN IS ENTTZLEO TO A GOLD DOLLAB IF ability, great energy and thorough from his letter: "Truth U stranger THOS. W. RALPH '
ember 1T1I the BE EAKN8 IT OR WHETHER TOU ARE G<> knowledge of mining had been so serviceable than Fiction." Superintendent. being largely deficient in Pot.
TOO: TO CHEAT HIM WITH fiOyETBBtOELSE. to them. au7-
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toy change of THAT 18 THE: UPbHOT OF THB In 1887 Mr. elected NEURALGIA, CATARRH AND RHEUMATISM I ash, a heavy application of a
Stewart was again
and WHOLE TBINO. Tbe people will bold riflhtoa I I COMPLETELY CURIO Notice for mollcaUon. I ILAKO fertilizer not less
.jervaiions to that and they will om* to the ecoolnctoa I a United State*senator and has siAoe George Blip?** of Moore Oklahoma, __ I containing

i "I am eatlUed to lust*.food money I I been one d. the poet resolute,persistent writes that P. P. P., Lippman'a Great OmcR AT OAI1f TILl.K.ru...I than 12% ofActual

TODD as my nelfbbor." And to that party they wlQall I. and successful advocates of thofree and Remedy, cured him of catarrh, facial July 11,1.96. } ,
finally oone Mel it will p' to b* a bAr and rheumatism,after three HEREBY
unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio neuralgia VTOT1CE IS SiedAnotici of
Agent, par1,. There bare bn a great many I I of Intense suffering. The pain i\ following named settler haa I Potashshould
nf Inville tatUce fought aplDd cold and road baa of 18 to 1 and its unrestricted use as rears Edf Intention to make final proof in rapport of
Fla. lay in his cheek bone and temple down will be made before
li worn every Mm. gold oerrr haieompromiasd. : legal tender money. hi*claim and that Mid proof
I the aide of his face, along his Court, at FaUtka. JTa, onAUGUST
r- Too my yo hare got np a oompromia bill on right Clerk Circuit I II I be made. The best
IdoW11"hea the,..tioa whether fold shag be rMpectvd. upper lip, and from the slightest touchhe : : 29. 1896 !I t
I Gold ha made the world suspect it all tae MASTER'S SALE. suffered agonies for weeks at a tim vlt John R. Henderson, of Bannrrvttle, Fla.Hd.ttei9.fortheeUof groves; in the state will bear
|r; when yot timek The Encilih: pvupl once thoofht they I Could only open his month wide enoughto : nW'. aDd ne>4of sw 4bee. these

>m no api. noold cet aloof without geld for awhile, but r IN CIRCUIT COURT.: FIFTH JUDICIAL admit a teaspoon, and any acid in .2.TP-1: 8. B. E. testimony to facts.O .
oct hey bad to fo back to it.-June 12,1874. Goare..io.st would him in torture. lie II. names tbe following wltnenswa to prove
his food not
put enlUvtaloaof pameUcts art adrertbiac cfcetara tmom.
and
parilla eon f Breord. p.r.ltg9. i CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR bad a consultation of the best physi- hi* contlnnou*via reudezaee R.A Bryan upon of Bannerrllle.na. tpcctal fanilwcn.bet are-ractial work, a mma.t .
land :
.aid
tan yw Scrofulaft'UH 1 DO N T CARE BOW MUCH: TOU DlftrCSS of Bannerrille Fla- R. H.able i t .t ftM8IChn. tb. ebject of rrnAmda u/
all to
mans in Texas but no J. Bryan.
W.
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tier of U IT OB HOW MANY BESOLCTIOXS ( PUTNACouxtr-IN CI AxCERY.Eut rheumatism purpose.Catarrh alsoreusing of Bannerville, fU, Willlim WtlkluBe are rea:2, Mlpflll &II w.- They.. sees iris rIM *
VOC PASS TILT DO NOT MJHTF ANT DIP !I and were Fla. u .c. .
LI' aaatlelnaH. FEKENCE.. roc MUKT rom TO THE SAKE I ICONCLUSION I Florida Sayings aid him much trouble, until he )n, Hollater. J. \L BAROI a GERMAN EAU WORKS

JJ.'8( &_ THAT ALL OTHER PEOPLE Trust Company }Iron tried 1'. P. P. He says he Is well and f11'-6W ;i ter. 31 NUMB Su,N wi'KATE'LUGAS York,
ra.
For Bale b.' KAV&- THAT GOLD M KECOQNIZED AH ] Henry L.1'bomat.et aL will swear that there are no cases of I

\ |also, Fla.IIRUP. THE UNTVEK9AL STANDARD OF VALUE. I neuralgia, catarrh and rheumatism, i
IT W THE MEASURE THAT BY MUST waicnPorn BErsta !: 1nJoR A: :,rreebderedVIRTUEin OF aboro A eauUed FINAL no matter how chronic or how old the TheVorld's Fair Te.: I
XEASt.U
IT 18 THE ranee on the 18m of J.t7. ifcw La, SlxelalHasler cases are, that P. I'. P. will not makea I r
WEALTH MC8T BE T1: TED.: ANDWHETHEH ) duly appointed therein wBi offer for total of. showed no baking po*
IT BE rEXSIBB OR MILLIONS cure ,
ale for ciao to the aigb.t and bm bfcUec I
MATTERS N C T. rr IK THE MEASURE THAT : in front of the Court Howe door in the CHy oIalatiL Mr. Briggs winds up his testimonyby so pt.re or so great hi IKenlnz -
w.. MUST TEST ALL WEALTH. THE WEALTH I I in said County and State,daring the sayinghe thanks God and our medicine I
OF THE UNITBD STATES I* TEbTEDBT togal hours of sale oa the I' P. P., Lippman'a Great Remedy I power ss the Royce'W
e St-ouuc.1 +..ns THE SAME BULK. IT BAN tXEX AiD.u.1 1
TO DAY OF SEPTEMBER, M9C, for the great cure. I ,
WAYS) WILL HE THE TOUCHSTONE OF .
: ,
troubles, if neglected bring
kidney
the foUowim described teal estate in Putnam
IKAJCREMKKT, AND WHEN YOU DEPART I. ... 'y PLAervRSevn BKU. ,. !
and
Cemtr. Florida,to-wit shoat serious and painful very '
"011 THAT AXy-TRY 1.o t'\lH'RE UP !' BACKS' As : e. MILLINERY:
.ks' rata rwt.i : The tx>uiwet grower of ooutheaM quwterof ften fatal results. P. P. P. removes
ANY OtHEB MEAbl'RE WHlitl THEPOrt1.D tM*oaThe* t pnrtr of Section Twenty I
k -= DOES NOT GL*'(NIZOU GET ;: t plea tv(..1.J9U INTQ CONFUSION. Attempting to rocoortlettoHM I I aaate eontlha tea parts.Dyspepsia. rain Rils from drudstsT Oae c-n?a&-." I
(is)acre*,mere or le** skin and II
It U Idle to talk about It ia idle to talk and Indigestion,
..b4.lal. boat eoaprotaiMat on any other niaacre of I i D.Special M KIRftI Muter.E. \. I blood diseases,can be speedily removedby I And Fancy Goods.
alas; the world will net acrvrt it WE HAVEfBE 1 I Great Renwdy.
E.H ASK KM. Complainant'neSclior. P. P. P., Llppmaa
aisle icestreet OF EVERY NATION
EXPERIENCE Jy31-td Ladies, take P. P. P. and rid your
AND IT HAS BEEN
THAt HAS TRIED IT.
n i TRIED IN ALMOST EVERY CIVILIZED NATION ;I faee of pimples, blotches freckles, When Baby...lick,ran gave her Ca oria. [";Hat in stock an elegant and diversi.
e .. JX jOT LET CB TRY TO DEI I i yellow or muddy skin, wrinkles and
she cried for Cut< Cattl pertaining
When she was a tothe
PEOPLE DO NOT for Discharge. redness.
rHVE THE AMERICAN : : Application vulgar Business.A
LET U8 TRY TO MAKE THEM BELIEVE BY When Ibo bem+e Xbm,abe dang: to Castoria Millinery .
SOME: HOCUS FOCUS: OF LEOISIJITION SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILL PRX- Sold by sit drnggl.ta.IaPPJUN bad Chudreaah. "theta Castoria SPECIALTY Full assortment (' f
When sb ja
RUP 'ntiny Cnal account and Touchcn to the *
SOMETHING3F LINEN
THAT WE CAN GIVE THEM STAMPED GOODS and EM
County Judge of Putnam County.florida BROS. Apothecaries. Sele Prefers.UrecMa's .
them a meae-
REAL VALUE, we can give ; ad oak to he ilucharged from the adminMtra- BKOIDERIED SILKS.
d CoM ?. ... of Talae that U bettor than the uaiTenallUodard ton of tM Eatale of I Solcley.dsnied. Bison$e.......da. Experienced Northern Trimmer
ef mantis Do not decelr them la W.Do SIiIGLCR, In
Second anr that r fard. Let them bow the Posit .*w. I I I .J al1 It,A. D. ". AdmlnUtratoe. charge cf Trimming Department no 1




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