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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: October 2, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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TH FAT B*F***t xY KLY tlEKAtD TIMES.KttaMUhad Krtabltehod 1M0.18S&l I Ic-.u4atMIlaJ'1.l1893. PALATKA, FLORID. FRIDAY OCTOBER :2:!, 1896. NEW SERIES-VOLUME: 4.--NO. 25'

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i, ctsouroan nauway company; aavannaa !1A BIG DEMOCRATIC. RALLY I II I The Co&pline&t&ry Hop. I I Highest of all in Leavenirig l'o1rer.Latest U.S.GaTt Report

II1JUAN1STR1KS Brewing company I The Armory represented elite of .
Hundreds of dwellings are totally demoUahfd
and the principal retail storts I Palatka Wednesday night, in attend.l{I

in the city are sufferers. There hat not fIN PAHTKA TUESDAY AFTER aces at the complimentary

ORGIA CITIES been such a general loss from storm in dered to Sergeant and Mrs. H. E.
this city for years. NOON AND NIGHT. I pYa1! =
Stewart the Gem Guardl.I
There are numerous islands about the by City

city inhabited by negroes, and the loss Sergeant and MR. Stewart occupied !

Straaaa i and Brunswick Laid of life it is believed will be heavy seats of honor in the eastern archway .
among them. Two hours and a hAlf after Tuesday being Dark,and Bloxham I

la ,I tilas by a Cyclone. the storm began the son wwi shiningand ,day In Palatka, the city began to 'fill under the company's handsome new

the rain had ceased I with people from all parts of the cooni flag, where they received the congratulations ABSOLUTELY PUHE .
with carious
streets filled
The were
LIST ATALITIES 1 LONG ONE sightseers all the afternoon. The city i i try early in the morning. Notwithstanding -, of friends.

.... the storm that prevailed till During the intermission elegant refreshments The Fourth Battalion Band rendered IN MEMORIAM.WM. .
is In total darkasM owing to blowing
F Over a Hundred down of the electric light wires. 11 o'clock a. m., every train and boat were served. another of its excellent (concerts at the
that arrived swelled the crowd till at The program was well arranged, andit
.Hare'Perished. At Brm..wUk Md keo..1116.. corner of Lemon and Peck streets E. SMITH was born in Putnam
130 m.when the speaking bep.n. }Is needless to .
enjoyed.The
Brunswick also wrecked, by tics p. say Saturday night, which attracted the county Fla., on August 23d, 1879, and

hmrrican The 10M cf property it estimated the town presented a gala appearance Fourth Battalion Band furnished usually appreciative crowd. The pro died at Palatka, Flu *t midnight on

?. n JP.I Jr-rm EOT* TO BE DEAD at $OO.ooo. Th damage to hip- snob as it baa not teen daring good music. gramme was well arranged. the 17th of September. 189&

ping is f7 .aeo. the present campaign It had been The attendance was by far the largest
John He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. 8ila
***..h, Its EQs&$.. I.v Iat..tF Lost lives actually knewn are arranged to hold the meeting vnder
Jefferson and baby William D* Ms of the season, and everybody GJP"REMEMBEE, buy your SchoolBooks Smith now redding la our city, **A-
t.1 Ia >adat Tar.-wt.d oaks in the Ham
and Abel Davis negroes, the large cluster of seemed to enjoy the occasion. at COCHRANE'S BOOKSTORE : was at the time of his deal engaged
.NA.d.I rd..l y" Sixty-Si. MII.sE.str..ti aa white mock bat account of the weather
Other cuU<tel.boWD are. on :
There were quite a number of visitors in business with his father.
_loUt Wr..k Fla.
ra4 c Mrs. Marigold Wiggins And child and Fry's Opera Howe was secured. Palatka
P.mSrta.l.atl.. With ta. biaaa Near Mrs. Richards Porcell. fatally hart. present. The deeeateil was one of the original

1 ...e...i c. oa- ..... o..ce 0... Besides these reports of people Professor! Cheats, the first speaker FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCH.-At a meet- I members of the Putnam Cadet.

u J..benUI..n... Al... drowned will probably bring the loss of confined himself mostly to State mat- Big Barbecue and ing of the Church last Thursday even- :and upon his death received a baH_|
life them in his usual masterly .
to ten. handling
up ters, T
'Yli-u.. Sept.8L One of .the Every house 'la Brunswick received Prof. Cheats held his ad- Democratic at ing six new members were received by with military honors conducted by
Rally
t worst Hurms that Savannah has known some loss. The hurricane raged be- way. hoar experience, and at the close of the ;this company in which Company G*
bound for
1part.
dienee' over an
P In maulean swept over'the city about tweea 9 and 1? o'clock. spell morning service last Sunday the ordinance of the Fourth Battalion F. 8. T.,took,
scored the Repnblictn tnterlachen Saturday
The Dauntless cage was ready for and while he severely :
11.80,In. death and destruction of baptism was administeredand
leaving
trial when the courthouse began to party at times a goodly
In its path. Jen lives were lost creak and a mad rush 'wan made for number of whom were present, he October 3d. Eminent the right hand of fellowship riven The Patnam Cadets, at a regular

' and $1,000.900,; worth of property destroyed safety. Refuge was sought by all in the held their respect as well as by the pastor Rev.John Johnstone. meeting bed Sepember 28th unanimously

,, city hall a massive structure, and the profound speakers will be pres- adopted the following resolutions .
r from the
to elicit frequent applause
The.wind reached its highest shortly storm not abating recess was allowed. .G SCHOOL BOdKS for Putnam of respect to the iteniory of Wr
The court had hardly left
spectators audience
I after lit o'clock but its exact velocity the room when the side windows were Senator Pasco followed Professor ent. Everybody. invited County,and SCHOOL SUPPLIES just E. Smith deceased, a prominent:

known. The instrument crashed in and the floor flooded. At this member:
never be ,
may
I national received. We leaders in the above
Sheath in a short speech on are
at the we&ther'fburea.n registered 68 juncture the courthouse across the way Grl'AUiTS, OILS and WALL Whereas, It has pleased Almighty

careened and waa.ipected to fall bat issue\ In which the free and unlimited N4W..stock.AC1ER1oIAN goods. Special Prices to teachers on God to call from our ranks, la death,
miles an hour and then went to pieces. till remained coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 PAPER. ; .

The barometer want to 28. lO. It would The immense flrebell tower turned to 1, independently of the action of & STE WART. School Supplies. our honored aDd esteemed member

. *baTe goes lower. and even below the completely around In responding to COCURANES! BOOK STORE W. E, Smith and
an alarm of fire the hook and ladder other nations, formed a conspicuous Whereas The deceased was ol
28.31 of .393 had the a ozm continued LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS Palatka FhC one
longer The bloW yras practically over truck was blown over while running part. > I .. our most enthusiastic ardent and re-
within two and?half hours, but for I A delivery wagon met the same fate The program was here interlardedwith I Remaining$ in the Palatka Postofficefor
the week ending 25 IB'JG.GENTS' Mrs.. Heath who has been visitingthe spected member; and
that tm.o it raged with an intensity and pedestrians were tossed about like some strong patriotic music by Sept. .
Leretotora unknown. reeds. family ,of Dr. S. G. Miller, of Whereas, By his upright honorable
LIST.
Battalion Band. Hon. W.
Tin r-XI" sser4ihe special playthings I' Passengers from Jacksonville at ET. the Fourth 'Edgewood," returned home Saturdaylast. and manly conduct be had endeared
rolled erett Jacksonville wrecked I S. Jennings was then introduced by i Gnsbee, Edward Clark, Arnold
r of the wind a 4ffthe;s were up City report himself to ester member of this com-
i\ everywhere as haf tissue paper and and all tracks blocked barweni; Everett the chairman and delivered a short Coburn, W G Drake, Robert -ran'}; and'Vhert'&I
with the ui erved by the tinnerjneoonnmsUt and there with damage teriioo.. ', French, W II Holstein, H 0 ;
: I but eloquent oration. Lu druggists sell Dr. MB** nerve Plaster .
,t .. There; mast have The up morning train from Jackson Hodges, T Johnson, Dr. R II Thk con'\\ny is
t been looBricks t. rolled off roofs ville WM blocked on St. Mary's bridge I The meeting then adjourned till I'I'I I Larry,James Locket, Willie saddened at the loss of one of .. ..

of and w.4k t everywhere andS by a fallen tree during tbeJuScut of the + 750: p. m, the hour appointed for the Martin, J D, Jr. Moater, John Leslie p. Jones,the popular r. p. c. members so highly cherished In Bf,'.

1 "n five 1- nt runts were t,-tally demoliiaioouble storm and was in mnmf'iltatl-Ln", 1 appAararceofllon" R W. Davis. Dur- Might, James Sessions, J1 }I. Dr. between Pakttka and Gainesville, ta at now therefore be it

i but i. It is to enumerate being toppled over by the wtod.. with I in< the interim elaborl preparations Sims, Henry Shiver, A J bis Bowling Green home on a few
# the bud I' or pwti-vlly dp I 100'p'asaengers on bvtrd.fh I Starling Walls Waldrop, Dr David Resolved, That the memory of tM'.
were marie for a g"t procession : .' vacation
, stray trees} r.)Tt'T'\
' street_ .1: .... "',ith h ands of laid to want, Iota was. killedat I of the rumW f and other organisations Wood, P r Williams E reverence by his comrade, and that
fallen v 1:1.. tae street. imjn ... White Oak. citizen!' etc.. to escort the Go to BOND'S for
.. R LADIBd' LUT these rewolnttoos >* e '< lied ">o th..
Le !l.r i !1 -1'S .....t M -: .:Jig'iDKUii-h! candidate for Congress
1'bt'rt he, ltdway o! renal\ '."' No tan of Uf t Chrle.M i.CHAHLMTOS minutes of this company as n token ut

the u.11I 4r .. ,cost_ w 1\I'r a.t >tbketU I s*pt. 41 About 11 ( from the Graham Hotel to the Opera Brown, Anna Barton Charity your Misses' and Children's the sadness which ma len ta fta*
\ f.. be ul! t.. hauf1 fioa-e. At S o clock the grand: paemnt .- Hodson, Lola May Looke, Donna I
o'clock the abov thu filled ereated in ranks and markof ,
sky city up.with f'hilhe Parnell Susie our an a
Eanger
reached several ,
'
being formed
,-.;.' _. .,:." ,, M l te -. .... swiftly moving don,la au d the the House Sttzier, W Thwom,EegeataWootlanl Shoes respect to his memurq
tbf' beyond Opera up
h St' u at.. w.. '".<.t" .Cho i .. G...,- IbkMks Anta.W HaUte. He.olved, That tau Aroory U

dUll wit.Ii >U weat ...At! I ing a few flft Ws eW3 Vwicorreu! Ire: : L"- lun street Tile procession was Wilson C iife. "* If year thud Ir pas?; fretful, tree draped in mouruiog f i city days.
!he w > 's lumber quentiy, and by 18 o'clock& the wind tui4 Beaded by the Fourth Battalion Band,
Persons for the letters bled with tftea&fer inflamed May h. rot in peace .
above swellings
kiiKtu rain made disagreeable.From calling .
J..u. F. I' iii a walking very i I loilowed by the Gem City Guards in ,
"IOU' on ay aHO her uegro noon until about 2ter-'"' the uujurW. *na
"Wos .k.i ? tlef'l.' CaouuuS wind rose rapidly and the official record I the Putnam W. P. AxDEBsoV, P. M. body, a 'course of Ajer's SarwpanUa IS II A. f>*\ is, SurretnrvPlHlFIE .
time thtir. new flag: ;
J. Q !y tog Turner, which showed that 6J miles per hoar was
'Was .uk t. b was drowned. J. I, reached. Trees fences, gutters and I, Cadets, carriage occupied by Hon. W. ,needed to-ea the -scrofulous humors :THfc: liLOOD.'

0. JIhO tl..fcumtibeaatmi Plaster I loose signs came down anil umbrellas II Cork: chairman of the meeting, from the blood. The'' sooner you After taKtBZ three. hot.:*>* of Houd'K

company a'mgK HTre" drjwaed.e : and hats went up. Hon It W. Dl&vts. Senator Call and CASTORIAFor begin to give this medicine the "'ter.
I Sanaparilla-I find m i eif cured of impure
h.alO' t. 8laJpplil. Daring the height of the storm hundreds Miss Nellie > -
lute
lease though not
of poop e in rubber cuts and HIMES' blood, which caueu boils to
appear
The :e to tbe skipping. was less mackintoshes went down ou the south fiavi8; omnibus occupied oy Mrs. ItF. Infants and Children. ,
>n body. I have also recom-
1 tblUl toThe 1.u\. I aDd east battery The bay was a grand Adams with the following young:; my
onpan:: : Bosemas. an. eight Over the sea wall on both fronts 'n'bom11. LessonsA mended Hood's ars narilla to.friend,
I..irls Missed Ethos! Priddy Lizzie Dunn
chuted"y oor:1: iac rfeized. The ; : rUI iHorneSludy
the dashed The walls
waves cataracts. who has taken it for acres on bs band.
,
' (rt'nuaa >c OvftMi taaded with naval and the south side Alice Whitesids, Pansy Devereox I1cuturt. t try
be- grassplot on were ct ._ vsarpta and be has found re lef" O \V.DTRWE .
at'I1IIIQt umburn. went aground Annie
Clara
Rosa Livingston
submerged about 1 o'clock and the water Core ,
tow the e1t '. 1he bark Jdbp ah. loaded successful of instruction Nora FU.HOOD'S .
4 : extended to the asphalt dnveway. Livingston Ola Aekerman, Seats i private ,
with naval ft.see. and ready tor.?&. was mail. Endorsed
I In some places it was 3 or t'feet d ep. r by by leading; -
tilown the training wall five Bobbins, end two other young ladies We are constantly in receipt of let.ters
.. aa-j-t No lives were lost vrserioo*damage I educators. No leaving home or em- f .PILLS cure indigestion byiousnees. ;
miles below the city aad in lying on her done. whose names we were not able to get. from persona in different parts of l>k>yment for an education. Saves time ,

.ide. TLe'ssg Robert Turner went to These charming young ladies were all the country asking for copies of TILE and money. Special attention to Arithmetic j .....
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:pieces apt'he government jetty; 'Vorllo' tb* Storm PitUboro dressed in white carrying flags, singIng English Grammar, Business
near the nuAk of the Savannah nver. ; I TTMES-HERBLD containing advertise- f 'ow is the lime 10 plant your
II PZTTSBURO Sept 8L-A terrific wind and otherwise Forms, Laws etc.-the kipd of knowic .
Three of hejb rew and -the captain O. patriotic songs: ments of real erte.. Either there i*
J tall
and : and .
J Murphy *,i%V$t Tlni o her were I and rain storm broke overAhis section adding much to the enthusiasm of the : for < pe that !l18ll. A' peroonnl interest wnter garden*, :: : u should
no property able in Putnam county each student Circulars free. Ad-I
rescoeti ty a;tog. Two VHBMMS at quarantine -I about 2 o'clock and raged with fierce intensity xca !ion. Next came a long/ ptocejsiou : m, |buy! the be--i and ruo-tl rehab med. .
were kArn across the river and or toe newspaper 14 not regarded n<1 a 1rtut, fh31ESt IIOMfcTUDY LKSfONS. I i i1'alalka -
and TiM United States :I for nearly three hours The o citizens on felt, witb'cMldren : FU.' ;1 E S. NECK. Lemon Mre V
for tbe
. are high dry. wiud attained a velocity of 80 miles an proper advertising agency ; '"
revenue steamer! IVbee Kfwtaiaed aught' carr>Ing flags and b timers. : ..
here few
telephone contain
hour, prostrating telegraph and papers very no ce.
.
t\al 1 < _t thivvn The Grahamto
dauuto
*o.e The uiarch as from .
wires and itiily curtiug ulf of properly for sale. There is no better .
i l t about in eves directiuo. Peck and return to the Opera
: communication with the east, but otherwise street JACOBSON'S
llie Flora ,\\fl at 9 a. m. with a heavy medium for reaching the people At
so far as kaawn at this time. li',nie. The p\venients on both sidesof
b tfhfc is
cargo tor BmiMWtck. to chargeof west
than like THE TIMES-HEKALD
doing no serious damage.heavy : paper ,
.. entire of the
Captjua Jenkins, her owner. The the street the length
washouts are.reported fin the that circulates not only in this State
k. steamer Gi* roor ford. CaptainStrubhar with
crowded
> Pennsylvania railroad. east of Huntington route were people, waving
I leave Beaufort for Sa- also in the Xoth East and W. .
wat to and all trains are from four to six flags, displaying fire works a.id I but t '
vsnush at 10 a. m. 'Grave fears are entertained I
. hours late. Large forces have been sent HOSIERY
. for the rowel. She was &t'' answering the cheers of the procession I
A Household! lie Mdr
out to clear the tracks and the officials
Tybee at and u is with enthusiastic shouts of welcome
' the war. that hoar at its height expect to have trains running as usualin And it never fails to cure liheumatisra .
storm at and of the houses I
: a few hours approva' Many At the Price or Poor Hosiery. A nice line to select from. .
of at the island. The steamboat Star arrived CatanL lilutchcs and lip' are-afew
along the line of march were bril : Pimples, Prices .
: ,
from Bloffton at 11 o'clock, getting at
" in just In time. The bark Hilda, S.*.r. Harrtraa rialtroeee.BILvixoas. lUntly illuminated and decorated as all diseases a:i Mirc l from impure blood, Beat Ladies' Hose, full finish, 40 gnage, -

owned In Savannah, left for Brunswick Sept 31.-A severe hurricane ware the carr1a.gfl'ln the parade with I is Botanic Elold: Balm, (D, B. B.) Jest llic\'c.e Hose. Soldeverv tf ol Talne, SSc, r>ni 2Bys' >

i in tow of the tug Cynthia and no news struck this city at midnight.Houses -ood. *- xfttlw fw 40e.
binting and numerous flags. Thousands rnd.'rse l it at the best reme- Hose somtthini; $Z Other p ; my pnc25c

1 has been received of her Estimates of were unroofed wires prostrated Arriving at the Opera House it was I ever offend to EQunkind. The NOTE 1 1'IIIs-A perfectly seamless :Mia'U S3c.; my pnce, 16c
dy :
believed
1100.000 to JLWXOOO U to be a Tbe osee fast black. only 10:
windows
low estimate oV the damage to the shipping blown from smashed their fastenings.and signboards with difficult that the distinguished thousands of cures performed by this xl Yalos) ever offered for the mone>. .

i orator and hU party could reach the remedy are almost miraculous,. Try it.
The high wind forced the water into SHOES !
B...._ W. .........ed. the harbor up onto the bed of the streets door and make their way down the Only Sl.CO per large bottle. For sale :ONEST SHOES.I

Business in :the city was suspended and almost the entire northern waterfront densely packed aisles to the stage by drugt !ts. See Advertisement else l kar..6ood line of ShoH at pekes
for au hour, the storm being furious for is submerged Hon. W. H. Cock chairman of the I SHOE U my window? MARKED .j Vcf\user pocket Have yon BO!|cd ,that CLVCWXATT
I that length of times No persons dared Several schooners that were tied op>> where. Fatat'a&fi.<. lf.a.ooa for CWW5T to sr 75 I'll venture tha. r* *** ""''111&1 t.
meeting, in his usual graceful and '. ,hones'abottt sad lIT LE.Uln for ,,
vesture on the street The street cars at Pratt street wharf broke from their Ladies' Una' F?

t stopped nmni r:. electrical light currents moorings and are resting in the middleof elegant} manner, introduced Mr. Davis 'A GOOD PIANO for sale at a tee@hr I Gents' Undo1'W" '

shut off through fear of breakage the Pratt stream. Captain Davis 'being al hU best, low price. Inquire at the Times- :tt'
r windows in The lower floors and the cellars of ..i' "W-T A.1UETT. ALL :
blown wtIcntts
everywhere
were spoke for one and a half hours in his Herald office. .el1-3t ASD 8iZza.
t houses were hurled down trees razed, warehouse are flooded. The storm wasaccompanied r ",k **. CORSETS
accustomed are the bests Wcztll
incomparable eloquentway thera-all
fences blown down houses unroofed by a heavy downpour of =-_ style..
portions of big toildings were-wrecked. rain after having to make long pausesto -- -r- '

vessels turned over in the river church allow the storms of applause with flome-Seekp :::;
Notice to
steeples toppled, and the streets were gals and \rindUorm at CaarUtU.CHARLOTTE. which his speech met to subside.At ; Bargains

I' literally strewn with debris of every. N c.. Sept 3L-A heavy the conclusion of Capt Davis i tt -' on New Wheels !
bui' a&b1Ue stoutest building
rain and windstorm struck One of the most des tj, .
Charlotte.It .
speech the band piece' mtU 01
played several
in the city trembled. Gold Dollars
t was the severest in the northern places in Putnam county j, tiered for 50
There is the greatest apprehension for portion Including Dixie while the populace at 1inl5taadafd'M 31ode1Yew cfs

vessels out and far small craft that are of the city in the vicinity of the cheered and shouted. Senator Call a Y'erylo"f For further price. cash with order.. Afro write a.for 1fJJC4 catalogs.of wteeJa Bleycr.8nndrte.at the feI1ow1n; PIioPL &rII..
known to han been below. Relativesof gingham mill. The warehouse at the then par C"lan> address L, lemur oostsot & sire d y00r single tabs lira w w to bare them-.. w. are &be C JlCIIQooe eead
Introduced
was and made short Box N. Palalka Fly.FOR .1 aWe Patkta
per
persons known to be at sea are frantic mill was partially blown down and the Prout U ho3o6Ladla
in their endeavors to receive news roofs were lifted from two rows of oper- speech which was wen received.

from theca Early In the storm there atives' cottages. No one was injured. No event in the history of polities of '"OWJ .. I ,'-

were reports that there had been loss of this county has ever elicited SALE U Oeata' ....e..b.. t.
more ""
life in the loss ft is enthusiasm 1o U cty. Tb money ttortrweciT Bla* at MMU.MOBILE. i ?
estimated will reach fbOO.000 to $800.- or indicated more sorely ..
3L :a.Genie
Sept. -A from Powtern
t 000. spark a the success of its central figure than Forty Acres Low Pine Gold Maa4Jud'' "

Among the prominent buildings dam. passing locomotive set fire to a lumber this one points to the election of Davis J15PoUen.. .... .. ? Nos
Mldiii.
aged sty: City: Exchange, Savannah shed of the Sullivan Timber company, aud Bloxham. Land.Six UF ..... __ this

theater, John Bourke & Sons Savannah alongside the track and before a stiff \ 1>>Y'oI. .N.._.. >t4\>'

t Savannah pants fac northwest wind the flames spread with acres under cultivation situated : 6e R4a.w.n.,.._._ leratateu.n

1 Us won Oa, whdoosale ; I great rapidity destroying four dry NOTICE about two miles south of West; Tocoi 2ii ', t.:

tioxa\ grocery kilos, which were filled with the lumber on the ht. Johns Kiver..Improvements' 38 Yapoteon. .... ...
banding; A. S. Brown & Son. t at the time two storage sheds several The Registration Book for Putnam Joe Ge..u'. 1st31ladte.'ryramj
X51.
compnse two comfortab.e r
Gal.
plaiJiHIBsAn.( total ; houses, cnb ,
PUat depot.
railway hundred thousand, shingles, half a fG.
will be and
other
in houses
County 23
open office head to
my com- ; of
wreck; Kant sfttesl shops Central million feet of lumber, a number of head cattle 20 .
lUUwtf of Sewyia .. Ooatham wagons and a horse and a cow. The mencing on OCTOBER 7 aod close hog, 34 head of chickens' one 1961CM :
aostAcsny Pwcteterian and LutherantVnsefees loss reach ox. cart and farming implements
will fully *1- .090. and is only
.! rirsfclij of the citv. and partially covered by iaseraace OCTOBER 10,1890.R Terms, |600 cash. Apply or ad- tarnished la either Adores s

Y I D. flow EtL, dress. H. A. GU AFSON. French

..., Supervisor Kegtstrati .' oc2-3m St.) Augustine, Fla. \. The Cycle C.:

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New engaged\ York as'.City a,commission aDd when h..dealer first came iu DON'T STOP TOBACCO : PINE TAR S- RuPQue..l
Thirty Years iF1orida Contra! and P P9IIIIIBar Railroad
to this plane lie built 'n large two-story cai.. t,1Ait sa'ti coWsooufd

house one portion of which he used asa J HOW TO CURE YOURSELF : '' I'ut t" Drug, :$t ira. ewii.r C fcndAN

Without Sickness.Jfc. store ?room, where ho.d. ; for several yean, or until old age and WHILE USDfU IT Short Line Between Florida and all Northern c r..e.m.- t atJ'III1.":' > f sE

Jfc. .WzTTsrra;a well-known failing raUh admonished him to take The tobacco habit grows on a man Points. r

enterprising citizen of Byron. Ill life morn comfortably, when! he 'sold untU his nervous system is seriously E ORDINANCETO

writes: 'OJeforftl paid much attep. out hitock U> J. F. Tfnney & Son, EVERETT SAYJUHUH, AUSUSTA, 6i, COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, IjVV
Lion tor regulating the bowels, I au"ectedimpaJriuglteath.comfort and rCOTXDL; FUR TUB OF

hardly knew a well day;, bat since I and has devoted his time to his orange happiness. To quit suddenly Is too severe PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST. i AX Es tin ni K YF,iltSftl
prove am] garden. Mr. Smith was
learned the ,nil results Ererett.Macon,Atlanta Ch ,XatbTiUe
ttanoof LoalsTiCe.dm-tncaU. .
ChJcifo. .
thock the
of constipation, about eighty yearn of.Je.and was Dent a svst'tn. as tobacco LTerett; ,Birmingham, Holly Spring, Memphis LUlRock. Kaiuai City,St. loois, Ckieafct 4 11 Pal.tiLrlurida mined 03 byte.Jty
,and the efficacy of arrlttf. During his twenty years to an Inveterate user becomes a stftu- Sioux River City.Junction rensaoola,Mobile,New Orleaaa,Trxu Mexico,California and racifie Cost I > ..tt...*norpuM of: 4erurl CaiUl uI aDd '
evidence here he never left the place ubant than hl system continually EFFECTIVE uniform nM of eta :ues, -**& to pay ib.a,r>roprvuion -
AVER'SPillI "BacoCnrb" JUNE 22. II' tor tfe.ottRvat expense city.
craves. Is scientific
a
A \ but three tiroes and although a man and for nine the ttnimnen of ,h1.Ire and
held cure for the tobacco habit, In all its NEW YORK EXPRESS No 38. Leave V 4eet Departments shah be )}rtt>duioa
have not had of finejntellecrfie uo social relations forma Jacksonville 8.20 am- I th-real. aiM pernoBal j>r*pert) to std city a
carefully compounded after the tax or Sixteen 0<)a ttfr apoa the dtetrlMr.a -
witb of his He
099 .daJ- sickness sop neighbors. U .. With '' feiluws
I Throorh Pullman for j
Sleeptr Savannah :
.r
formula of eminent Berlin l : '
.. for thirty was man of "His! an phy- j' c Columbia Washington. Baltimore, ntitwlel- Geuem .
j over years a :sterling integrity 0 ) hand I>vtult>mills J
clan who has used it In his private ; phia, New York: Boston and all Easternpoiats. J1i. and Warns jfutd' fl'. nar.
((9)
not one atack.that : word was as good as his bond,".and 'r w Connects for erdandina. Return train .'o. 1 1s. t ...
of< I practice since 1&72. without a failure.It reaches JacksonTille at '.00 m. ****** ytfcw C.wtucl.A&s 18Ut d .&1&1W't. -
this p.
did not readily yield .
he was a devout Christian gentleman, it purely vegetable and guaranteed a I I A. D.Ja1. M. S, .

:: remedy. M/ wife had-been, pfevi- a mcmbct of the Episcopal Church perfectly harmle s.Yoo can use all the y NEW YORK FAST MAIL No.86- Leave r i're0AMatCity( ('f Jt'1U' Ity touneflOXO. Clerk Tel8.
-< sadly miss Captain Edwin tobacco)' want while taking aco.CJuo. ya.a ,r : K. GAY.Mayo .
She had prejudice against I
3-ears. a F tr same points North ant! Femaiiina.
Sniiih, for despite his excentnc man- ." It will when t "0'r sores
cathartics .but as FOOD as she beganto notify you to stop. + r ( Through 81wV dn JackaouTUle tu hew
ner of living, his sterling worth, his we giro written guarantee to rig eA e Curt Cincinnati Through Steeper TU Everett
cure *
; use Ayer Pills her health war ,,00a., and Atlanta. Return No. Z anise! Jaeksoavlile -
arstored." nobleness of character had made him permanently any case with three box p 4,' o.f ,7 o 0.00 a. m. Eor Asheville and (beluoontcins. ,MordaEist
: t Through Route to Cincinnati.
Sleeper
a guide-post of honorable action that *'*, or refund! the money with 10 per t. ? r 0SONf1UE( Lear Jacksonville p. m. Arrive

had endeared him to the hearts of al enL interest'Baco-Care' is nota abBtitate ,,h7' i" 0 r<+.,.rw Jacksonville'.00 a.m. _

YERS our people. He is buried to- lay in a but scientific cure. that. cures crap w r ; o ONLY' US THBOCOW' HI ..' T1J't't. HILt I '--.0". ....+ k

little'mound that he built for that purpose without the aid of will power and with or c001 a.r. r OOCSTET Or XIDDLB J'WIUD4.FKX AOOLA AJ IBACAMBia > \ U i"J IJy 11 i.
: BAT. Leave Jacksonville .li a. tikny
twenty years ago on his small no inconvenience. It "ntwthe system + Mo.a daily,for Lake City Live Oak, )tads.!

.f% Cathartic Pills orange grove. We trust his lonely life a* pure and free from nicotine as the N r s r e o t M t .. l1 son 1'enaacoU. Mooticello.,Mobile Tallahassee, River Junction TIME TABLE ..?f EFFKOr .fly &

has been well and that his future day you took your first chew or smoka. r 15. Ise.iOUTH'BOUND.. .
gedalsji Diploma at WcrU'i Talr.T spent, et New Orleans t ._ t
will be all the joy and brightness that Cared by Jlaoo-Cnr and Gained Thirty r y u
Bcsiort $Stretgth,Uki Ayer'' StrttatriHa and the Southwest Mexico. California and the .
Pounds .
the most devout Christian can 1m I 1 ; Faeifie t. Carries- bleeper. Return No. 1irrlves .
agine. J. F. Fro i hundreds testmonials, the X of tin Jacksenville 7 JO a.iu. ---- X"31. -5----

originals of which are on file and open f IORIDA CE4iRAL .0. 1 a"" Leave Jacksonville 9.15 a. m sTATara. isuJt 1 I NaeftviaekinavfW.
For Starke. Hawthorne Silver Ocala I
FEDERAL rOI T. Buckler's Arnica Balve. to Inspection, the following is present gad e11 riu.. S Gainesville Cedar Key; \Mldwuod.Springs Le.atwrg! a"l, ,__
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts ed. P 5, Tavares,Apopka,Orlando I.acoocbH.IJ& FEDERAL POINT. September 21.Cpreepondence udENihSULARConnediensR V1 riant Cit!.Tam pa. Arrive Jacksonville 9.45 p.m t.ats t..eeua.3Eu. ...."t..j..."., ...."..
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Enrejca Chemical and Mtnnfaet- .n.u, rte'r LyE:palasks.... 1125a .... .. .,j ....
Ttmes-Henld. Fever bOres Tetter Chapped Hands raring Company, La Crosse Wisconsin. !raarrcr nOa1Dl CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA TH UGH ...... .... ......
\ ArNatta ........11 ..... / ... ....
Colonel Huntress I ask your pardon, Chilblains, Corns and all skin Erup- .-Gentleman: For forty yean ]I ,,, ,, ,,, a arrives PULLMAN Jacksonville SLEEPER.tk a.m. Cincinnati Sleeper. L. .._ IV.1 a ..... .... ..... I......
: :
.. ..... .... ......
I accept your explanation in regard to ions,and positively cures Piles, or nopay used tobacco in alf its fo-ms. For Holly Springs Route No 36ST. LOUIS, Leave JacksonvPe 6.45 o-nvVia Ar.can Mateo..f I 1 ofp :.. ', ...". ...

joor military organization which is as required. It is guaranteed to give twenty-five yean of that time I was a KANSAS CITY CHICAGO. Macon. tlaDta.Cbattanooga. -Lt San MaS-lt..tIGOOa,- :.... ..'t-,.......,........... .........

clear as mad. As you have suggested Perfect satisfaction or money refunded greai sufferer from generl debility andheart Leave JacksonTlDe6: p.m., via ,bacon. At- Connect for Naihvflle,'* Louisville, *ChEaoringaeid LvOrmood.lS'ep, .
lanta,Birmingham, ::::..: ...; .... :::.:: -
Dartoaa .
price 25 cents box. Tor sale by Holly Springs for Memphis and aH North and, west 1 ei :,
I have been looking both ways"-all per dlsta >. For:fifteen rears I tried lamas Cit -. St. Louis, Chica qa' cago points Ko. SB ..LYlimorange II ..... ..... j ... ..
Ackerman &; Stewart druggists. to quit but couldn't. I took various Sioux City. No.35 return arrirea.ooa.m. JacksoarUle return arrives Jacksonville'.00 a.m. LY N.w ttmyrna: / llIep ..... ......1'-.. ... ..
around in fact (who wouldn't when -1 .. .. ... .. .. ,
... Oat Bill 5)S p .. .. ... .......
; '
there is In sight? and remedies,among other "Ko-To-Bao." T1 1..m..... ::1163 ........::. .
girl )
a pretty
J ,ELKOSE SEWS.CorrpoQdenc "The Indian Tobacco 8 20a. m/-Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route Steamer, and .: City Fntnt...' .taP ..... ..... ...1_.I.IOeona. I ..
have discovered that your company or Antidote", CnmberisJd Sound. .. .... ...., Slip-------- -...... .... .....

regi went is an Amazon organization Tlma-Hereld. "Double Chloride of Fold", etc., eta, 2.00 p. m.-Snndayt only for Feniandina. Eaa"GaW.::::1 4iNarno. i' :::: :::::..::.:.. ...:::
but nine of them did me the least bit 4.05", -Local for Everett!: Close .
m. connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest route. cap
composed of one pretty girl on a The cotton gins are in operation at :: ,letboine. : : :::: :::::: :.. ...:::
of
bicycle (not an old one), an Imp and the Banana water mill, and under the good Finally howevr I purchaseda 5.50 p. Tl--Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 9.13 a.m. .. Ro.ieIand.... Slip..... .... ..... .. t
box of your "Baeo-Coro and Colonel Huntress. There has beenja skillful eye of Miller Webb, they are 9.10 D-m -For Tampa aDd intermediate!points. PnOman Sleepers arrive Jacksonville .. t+IAete.. .. l46p ....r _.. ...... .....
has cured of the habit in .
entirely me 7 zfio a.m. Port e .
General, but I guess he Is dead, send 'I doing excellent work so we are in- all THROUGH SLEEPERS :: v..4., .:: 6rpj.:..:: : :i a
that Colonel Huntress be elected formed. I its forais and I have Increasedthirty'pounds arrives Asheville 1.40 p.m.,arrives for CINCINNATI Cincinnati via T.15 ASHEVILLE am. ,leaves Jacksonville at 5.43 p. m. J.4i.M. : ,, :;; > :.::::
move in .. .. ..
weight and am relieved rtoart..4Ap ? ......
General. I must confess thai tLin Miss Lizzie McRae went to Ocwtila from all the numerous aches For Steamer MACON""MANATKK"and ATLANTA'from TWO Tamp TRAINS for Braidentown DA LT.Leave and Manatee Jacksonville River Points.&.m.and""",p.m' :: t.SOO d::. ;.::::J: : :: ::..: .:::::

military display on Drayton Island Sunday on a visit to Hiss Minnie Bart- I and pains of body and mind. I could Pullman Sleepers o all Night TrainsSend ... w\V r,Jlqitf>r a t .. eel. .....
9
peaks badly for the men that inhabit ley. write a quire of paPer: upon my for Best Indexed Township Map oi lorlda.to : n : : 5i::: ::::' :10l 30 ::::::

.that Paradise. One of is Alex Craig one of our genial merchants 8. PEKNV N.' Traffle Manager. A. O. MACDONELL Otn. PMS. Alt. .. --Cb.l '3IIp ..... ..... 1 ......
two things I changed feelings and eondl tlon. .. .Iltlp: ........... .3 t .... .
certain. The men are very meek, went to OcwUla last week on.a Yours respectfully' P. H.Marbnry.DID Ar. .taop .. .. ...... l is =."
,
mUd, skim milk sort of chaps, or else pleasure trip. .:

their women are -. They have (the We were pleased to see Joe Webbat I YOU EVER PLANT SYSTEM. I
the the Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for no"' Nailio' \o2MLvMb
iromen) threatened to ride down J. 1". meeting of "Sunbeam" Society -
t.
.with a bicycle, and if J. F. had any at Oak Grove Sunday morning.; your troubles? If not, get a bottle now ..... ...1... ..10a..._ ........

hair, I presume, they would threaten What "bay rum" worth? and get relief. This medicine has been '4259 1V.JILES I "I'W:.,. 'T I "ltklOo4. .... ,r 533&1'.........
found to be peculiarly adapted to therelief .. .
However fell feel safer Why is it "Meliose do not '
to it. we boys" .t.
pull we .. ______A. ,,_ ; .:;: lia1,_ :
since this military display has been get our TIUES-HERALD until Monday and cure of ail[ female com .,... \0\ ......i... .. ......,.
REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS ;.. l24Opl"' ... ....
made public and shall keep a sharp night now, when it used to come in aU plaints, exerting wonderful. direct .. :

lookout for Col, Huntress and her right Saturday Why is it? .. influence in giving\ strength: and tone -IF- m.i-: : ....: .:::k::.:..:.....,: ::': ::::::;:

Amlznal.ODe fellow said En on Jcrnl* .of Oak Grove and to the .organ*. If you have Loss of Alabama Georgia South Carolina : = 2p.. ,, ,
army of ?an, : a' .:::: :d.:: :::
"There Mr. O. L. Whitcomb of Bend Appetite, Constipation, Headache, ...;t...... J top.. ........
'
was no telling what a woman Ashley Painting Spells, or are Nervous Sleep Florida. Cuba and Nova Scotia. .. lOJ3a ...... ...... .'.. ... ....-
would do next." So look out. were in town Saturday evening.Mr. lees Excitable,' .Melancholy or .t>iou-: .. noee&nd..: 11 44a ............. ....,........
I Meibourn U ... .. .
After the elements had exhausted John P. Rainer informs us that bled i with Dizzy Spells Electric Bitters :.Sarno. .:::: :. : : '::::::::

themselves, as they did last week, it there is another Democrat at his housein Is the medicine you need. Health and Rocklge YasOsilie: H'L hU3ol 12osp,...... ..... I ? ...,

wouldn't be fair to pass them by un- the shape of bouncing. baby boy. Large Strength bottles are, only guaranteed fifty cents_by at its Ackre-use. :: Cocoa.iti.inL. 220ap. ::::::.::::::.: :::::1::::::::

noticed. I thought several days ago HOBO. roan & Stewart' Drug Store. TuI..tue... 1210p ............ .. ... .... ..._
; .. OakBUI ... ..... ...... ..... ... ....
that Old Sol bad done enough in the Tew Smvrn. !. .I.

frying pan line for one season and had MKUIOSK, FLA., September 28. DeytsoA.Ponorange.. .: .. : ::: ( : :

quit, but it seems not, and last week Our genial friends, E. B. Ferry and Health is Wealth Eutr Ormond laik Ii. ::...: :. r',,,,,

Was a "scorcher1' 90 degrees in the John P. lUlner, are wearing very, Service I
Ar S Mateo. .. S bop ::::::.: .. ...
shade ain't to be "sneezed at" in the broad smiles just now for each In- v aaAtauwTREA1M5Kr. LvS3fateo.... lOOp ....:. [ .. ...

.middle of September, not even in form tu of a "new boy" at their Ar Palatka. 4SOp :::.:: ::=-I = -

.Florida, and that's what we got here. !jonses. Btraighont Democrats! too. L. hlatka.. teop.;::::: .I....

Human nature. queer stuff, ain't it? Lee Goodson of Oak drove, was Ar8t.-'ItIGI' '1 ::::.L. .. ...
I among as last Saturday afternoon.We LT 8t.August. a 11 ...... .. ... ...
"We have been finishing up our white Ar kM.'Ue. C Sip ...... I.... ...
that --
Informed the
are new -----
achool house and lack a few dollars to
school house at Oak Grove is almost Trains 31. 32 m awl n between Jaek:"nn;laIKI
complete the work. Our good people I!>C. Auge.uee djJty. r
and wherr the
ready
complete use
DR. E. ,C. WEST'SNERVE Trig*lei between Miami and Tint Hero dally
have. and a dauce .
,propuved to picnic school start *.. ; t:4 ) .. except Mond ,.

and raise a few cents in that way but Hobo never was ii a war. nor be- AND BRAIN TREATMENT AU other. trains south of St. Augustine dally

come to think il all Civet, thcj oeter'mined Lon,:ed to an army, but if "Huntress". TJi2 CStCIKAL ALL OIHSBS IMITATIONS.Ijsoldundr ucept- anWl.t.- ---
: that it wouldn't do. As the Is ceiling for volunteersHobo, wants I potitive Written Guarantee 3 GUEAT EAST COAST HOTELS, OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE .,. .* \V IIKAXCM.Jfo. .
h\'nthorixdsmtM .only,to cur Week Memory
building ktand ou privo: ;"r the ,, neas,fittht Loesee.Kvil!: Dreams, Lack:of Confid a.No. l i $TAf1OtS I 'Xo
fifty or sixty years from now pr'party or v tever it may beea no".S'oonona-.lAMlhJde,all Drain,Youth2al THE FINEST FISHING and BOATING IN THE WORLD I ; DaUj.xceM9no
might reVert to private panics.J3v ed, for if there t a "sweet young,, or Liquor Crrors,which or Kxcessi leads to C Ui..of Tobaceo.Opium, !is Jos ,Lvkw inrraa .;. !1Sip: f>30n
Consumption
err.
making the town a school district lady" in the ranks Hobo thinks he i Iniaaitr and Death. At store or by magi. |1 a ]Plant Steamship Line, 250p10has: ArL.to tides ....1121101'I' 40'|>
box; su for$5;with written guarantee to 301011 wi I Orante L'fIY t.I!a"'I' .1.:.JP
they could get a deed to the property could wake himself useful In many cure or refund atone,. H ai plcpackaxe. tI P.Us..1 ArOtaDpClIJ I ',., naop

.. donation but in that case they ways, and if be can he Is always happy .eentalninc five days treatment with full TWO ELEGANT SHIPS EVERY WEEK O-D-;
a instructions,&ceats.: Ore sample only sold to Trains lieweeo New tiDTn' And < try
would have la keep the building in and contented. May he join? He Isneither MCIa JlelWOD" At store or by maiL Port Tampa, Kev West and Havana.One Junction dally except aondav

of the s "meek" nor "Moild" chap, GJ"Red: : label l
repair, and Its cheaper to exact
abd Isn't in favor of crawling off into Extra TheM TlnM TaWe chow te times at which
Week between
.owner to do that out of his i m..i" Impotency Elegant Ship Every trainsw ay be xt>.vtd to are depart
lltcLefl or behind trees and )let others .: Lost \ from the seTtral utatkMU. bM Cina"rr.: 4or:
and
funds. Its a good flnancial.eheme. d.') the lighting, and when the victory or speClaig POPT TAMPA and MOBILE.. departure&t the time stated if not guaranteed,
has worked all right thus far, but dentseem I a box; us for nor dor Ute xmtpBj bold tmeif nrp.melbl.forany
exactly fair ill won -"We kill<*l a bear, didn't we, uniD30 tte. &l": LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA: mailed upon application lay or any eoBaequtnce arising Uere-

8/Lilief' 9l'WREarbimatl. Bi W. WRENN. Passeneer Traffic Manager Savannah Ga.
,
improving ,
Smith J. D. KAIUVEIl
E. II. Hart and Capt. are Bot..llu&tretl." your ad rice to J. Sold by ACKERMAN &STEWART, ..- ,

in health. Both of these gtn- F. is thrown away for hq b an old Palatka, Fla. ASSISTANT(}*lfEJUL PAfe"*!'oiB AOIST-

tlemeli are too useful \0 be laid up iu married man, And the "enchanting SCIIjJnULEOF : FLoRIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

tights'way and we bhU bulb w n",.>it ard ti'.'hinjs" 'eatyof tr-e **.....tt; s. j. HILBURN; THE-

in due tide that thep have regained young lad}" you spoke of has no HENRY STRUNZ.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
their usual health. charm: for him and the sarcastic '

Did any one ever 'hear that green 1 things" he writes are only tha out FAULTKA. FLORIDA. Beach & Miler Line. COITNKELLOK :AT LAW,

corn fodder a poison for cows? Hits cropping of a very sordid nature, and Office,over pfaUonal Bank nundtng joppo. FALATKA WATIOKAI.' B+xx. BCIU>OOW8nc ;

writer.Las two fine blooded cows, and the prerogative/ of the pre... site Foct-Offlce. .

this summer one of them has been Hut, then, we iu compassion for All bvilneH entnuted to bit care'will rem,, Steamer Crescent.From
ick. She has hid the "scourers** and poor old d rcpld J. F. should refrain prompt at teentio .21 Jacksonville 8.30 a. m., Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. I.

skeleton. We itu fT=m telling such truths oa him:, for From Crescent City 17.30 Monday and .
run down to a mere a. m. Wednesdays Saturday
tour cows green corn fodder the fue do yiu kuoT hard "King John" R. W. & W. M. DAVIS.ATTORNEYS tExcursion i.II i.
err l,1tuierr vi the' A."-ciatel Peas' from CrescentlCity to Palatka and return -
part of the summer, an I salt: one rwelated -
.%.>"< ,,_ very p that it was puioOUh.. o.. .. i
HoBo.How's .
'vpat* r
heard it before. Tu ou* II cviutu o ..oher (Block IlenionStrrnPalatka. R. J. ADAM3. Agent. i '
ew'Wbatffoot of Lemon Btrf'fOt. ,and Tra...Iark.obtained and QPat-|
appetite now, and< will probably This btip Fla. .x IJ 4'eatbwuieMCoa4' >ete4f: r "..IIIATe rilL !
._ '
---------- --- -- ------- s.pavcwvornee
recover entirely, but we lose a j ear's f.ffrr On* Hundred Doll iii l'irarl ---- --'-- II
use of her. What canned<< the troubes .t&'d ear of dturrh that can FOR E1THFBThin REI, *trit' nmmmt y JMfce. I traa W '
ju *
IE BROW'S .hekb who Select your Misses'and Scad.model,drsu.111 photo.. whit tfacrf ( ll
is beyond our comprehension uuc&s ....f I... haswithout j ...
the corn fodder that we fed her creauru: F'.J }ir.'LYitCO.. Proprietor of th* e dlM'aM' treated and car shags. Oar hews OPlsareap,"wk,
the disease. J. F. Toleco, Ohio. "I of the p'.a&to-1rl.UT Boys' SCHOOL eats c4:.-LCT.m. ra eM L:. S mad Scruggs eoeaui.t

t. *:'. uo.let l lfUHl, have known ti-s change Ortas;of require 41.&. C .0 rt> .1DOtecaae.th&JlauJ'j'j MaC free Address, t

f. J.ho u,> fur .be filet 15 Jean, and paraat"' In 1 to i e fcave heard of case* SHOES from BOND'S iC/A.SWOW&COJ
September as, 1896 -4&7" "' _all plain paek Curm so years'.ratan tng 1 I
in
all
him honorable
hehve .
perfectly _
.
bT mall. i.oo by Orr.> psrcirr Drvre[ '''GTO.. D. C.j
Sunday the 27th, at 1 p. m., (:apt. hu4of"* rao auoust end financially CUace..' o. J 1t7 :! He ; large Fall Stock just

Edwin Smith died at his home here, able to carry out any obligations made a. ,
| -
from old sire and chronic disease. Capt.tmlth DY their firm. For sale by ACKERKAK & STEWART, dT.4C oni. I received. .. .. J.h IIUaM4 BnwA.EKaVrtJYALPILLJ.
Wt8T TEC AT, Wholesale Druggists, Palatka, Fla. I
wa- an old resident of this place, Toted, Ohio cla.I i P '

having! n" >ved here from 2\tw York WALDDCO, KnorAX & MARVDT, Application for Discharge I si -.s .. ? .?,.
large botHe PINE TAR SYRUP IA <( Gwia "* '* w+ _*w-jffVX
City twe. y Tears ago. He was a native %Vhole..a><> DrugjisU, Toledo, Ohio. MOXTHS Ann I WILL PRG of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers t .. ". ..4 ate.M4MUM.. .>U \
Hall's Catarrh Cure I-l taken internally SIX DAn who send their P.O.and Express addrnv. j.wf.ah..M.. i T i\y
his may & ..
of Connecticut, and in early my flaa aceoonfa aad Tooebert to theCoaatyJadge.of % u t* i >" ii ---"riJv.
directly the blood Putnam Florid, sxivlse BT one Quickly cures Coughs and Colds. ._..06 jMtaMMM. 4I nvM.,OTM> acting upon Cocatr. D..a&arSt,9ewYftt
days he t" ''owed the sea, making several and ,mucous surfaces of the T8tem. nd uk to be dischaired from the admlnUtrnoa *-J bit." W.JL RKz.1'. Peek's drug store, corner Second and fih' :.;::=.::l;;;':;;'=:..:::.
...
Ocean seal of the Estate: of HanhaH deeeaaed.w 1crL 1".z t--- -""-.
tripthe Southern Price 75c. per oottle. Sold by all drug- .t.1'gG Third Streets. : --
jug and :aaleing. Afterwards he wtfs jists. Testimonials free. July W,A.U19D6. Admlautrator '1'IBIL.'jrwinv'vrmpLArTrtgem WJr.AKBACKB.. : Aa JUmUJlA-nQa:. e w.iff ...- 1'allaia.hi






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THE TIMES-HERALD. OCTOBER 2, 1896.

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/ .pora Replies Again.lu : Inspectors of Votes to i Few Appreciate theDANGER
and. Clerks
E4it.o e. ltenld.PIe Inspectors .

11ow .......,. ) ,,,,.r foOl- be cast for or against the retentionor .

UOlIII *>/ep.y torn arUele written' by abolishment of the Criminal Courtof :' I

3Ir.. tf Jl Williams. .,.. Record* for Putnam County, whichis to which the Ex.pectant .

l aJtatte the gold tan Lard br Mother is
done in compliance with a
aas Uhlnk: fr*.*. eoiiMm' will be dart Appointed by the : Board of Co (ion passed bv the reeolo.j I exposed and the

rimed to the ioterr.<. f our ..oon.trYfwm \ foreboding with ,
held in Jane A. D.18
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vention re-
; ..ter' p.l(:.... .,wt rea."tt...n Commisslonersfor Putnam :: which she looks >a ,
Mr. Wrhmea.yr Let t qu $UD!* the Count Commissioner forward to the '7.j : .,I Ft

t our llama ur bound I I to provide a Ballot Box and tickets hour of woman's

onrJrte by !inia.,. v
or llo r. N.* 1 .h", tutuch8Jwa I To appoint a competent and responsible effort should be

B IMiCIUr "h >for I I IOolouly held Sept. 3, person to have charge of same, made to smooth

reiuBu > ..m |p .iu i Da I keep a poll list and make a complete these rugged yha

bet>n e.toyed..t... n ,I ", oa..i-+ I 189 6. I- return of such votes cast to the County places in life's C FM

dJ"nl prit'lt-. lrnlae W\ have no' 4 Commissioners, to be kept separate pathway for her."Mother's. ,
f:
*yjr| crop to awls. 1 h* bout uat rerwUlat and apart from the general electionto
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be t ea.eflfitr/. )) ehr.ip' wouey be held on same day, October 6th, Friend'allays \ ,
CLERKS 4Z
and Igber prices>! .*ay*e tiou, fur INSPECTORS AND 18 Oand, to have no connection'wha.t.-

Ull1 double the i.r.e>- of aw; Uridouble' : ever with said general election.being Nervousness, and so assists ;

ePi18efi aud a uoiow. the an outside or local affair only.* Nature that the change goes for- 0 s t tt

a of geu nit. .. wn' tan worse off. ward in an easy manner without lt

TbtllTel e. ,, il te ueue- OF THE ELECTION FOR STATE No I. 0 C JlcGfad7 such violent protest in the way of a
No.%. John Green.
s ttts W. air' Mated to exam our Tote AND COUNTY OFFICERS, No.!. J Me N Bard Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy I

tTljelp Lima ou.v/f ttie "hot*" he had ... No... John H Green forebodings yield to cheerful and

;gotjinto. N:* it tee vote to oootof trim ., No.6.. DEDusenberryNot hopeful anticipations she passes

| vbe *"nul,," lie u lu it will patas .. W'H Cook through the ordeal quickly and !
Comfort Tiffle I Low Rates
fltt''r m Ui. "fcoU- Utat *o are FOE ELECTION.TOUK HELD OCTOBER No.No.8.I. WFRogero G F Godfrey withoutis left strong and Safety 1 quick

!! W* ftan< low j-r4'<-e now ou *hl t 6TII, 1896. No. 1. Fred Beacb vigorous and enabled to joyously;
the and duties Finest Cuisine Mid Srrl No Transfer Between Jn ksoaUl sad }feW! T. fcw
rabny nnu! w" hrveareWUUerotlveer JJoJO. BeD Deny perform high holy

P to a.elt. ibrtn' we mlgtit lend a No. 11. Dan ODriIeoli now devolved upon her. Safety nep1 isicompored of the following Handsome few Steel Steamers i60MANCHE

ping hand t., the "(}()Of irt-r mine No.lt 11 0 Darts to'' life"of both is assured by the (new$ -AL60NQUW IROQUOIS CHEROKEE SEMIIIlE.1fOHTD.B011 .
? Election Dittrtct: Xo.1-3 H Harp,J L Burton. No.li. Eennls Petennan.No. ; ,
I 4 rner' to u tip bio oat ol the arms fie WCNorton; James )lono.,Uerk.I 11 rebsrt Barnes use: of 'Mother's Friend/rand %B.S .

it In. No* UICM ere tact; It matters No. 15. RU Cooper, the time of recovery shortened.
not what Mr. Williams or Ur. Ca'. I I Election District No.2-Win M TVlIhains Clerk.w,J O No. 16. J N Oftthulta -I know one lady,the mother of three children, teamen a1i appointed to sail according to ithe tide.
Banders KMAntferjWD Allen No.IT C A LeHard7 who entered greedy la the each, From J CKI'O "'VILLE. FLAnCaUinc at CnarUtont8andays) an/ Thursdays.
e:1uaril: : :
honn tsay say W th. contrary. I obtained a bottle of f- : From CHARLESTON.S.O. .- Mondays and Fridays
Election District So. S-Eobt W Bard. J H No. 11 Labao Price before bur fourth ooaAuIDeas.aad wy r.U.vdQatekly. For boor of sailing tee-Clyde Lime" Schedule or JacksonrUl and Charleston daily paper
In tills couttt: the poor are arr the rich and it 8 e ms that No 20. G W Watkins sad lea psl.te Joze( .i oii anaMueoGs.Sed .
I Election Di.tiic( No. -H H Bryant. D W Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29. East BiTer; New York at I p.BW as follow t
u. fr**. silvrrlu{ would cratffytr Wall \VmIdron. Frank DTU; O 8 Rue.Clerk. No,<1 Ed North by ItaO. OB TecffDt! of price; fu PEE For CHARLESTON. 8. C. 'hHd.,..and Friday y
No. 22. A E CrawfordNo. BOTTLC.BttOk'TO: KZJPCTANT MOTHXB5- For JACKSONVILLE,FLA(calllBg at Charlentos) Tuesday and Fridays.
.< t on a CM CM of jsiiter if they could. I Election DUOiet N
Don't be uneasy abobt them. They H B&ben. C C Ma
will put their money into gold .and I Election; DUtrtct 'tea -John M Cook. W C No.25. H C Loom' ewaenaxo eels nsauLATon 81'.aLL .."' .ArutsiTa.aA"Ye. CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

UaffU at at trudging along wltd oar atrers,W J Keown} If W P rry.Clerk

50.cent uollAtB I Election District o.7-W L Cato, DB Wells. Food, undigested, is poison, Digested (DE BARY LINE.) I thluk 30-<*nt dollars will be a bad : T U BUnnerbaitett; W W Bowers.Clerk.
it is life and Millions of
thing to bequeath to one1 posterity. Election ,District No.5-Johe A Crosby. O A strength. I For Sanford, Enterprise, '

I will vote the State and county Jnrner.r particle! ; B F Solana, Clerk. us suffer from indigestion, but we often 1u t ,'" .. ... .. '

ticket, bat I think we would stand Election Dittrtct No.%.-J 1 McCallom,P E don't know it. We think it is something And Intermediate Points on the St, Johnseaiiie

op a* patriots in November and wire Sao,E 8 Bactgr J B pole.Clerk. I else. Even doctors often mistake the .

the ertH.lt of oar nation. Election DUtrict ;JSo.! -WA Erani 8 8 symptoms.Pale :
E BGp
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F E B hazel, clerk
IJoyd.Fran: .Tenney;
Frnitland, FIL E. A. HOO a RTH.JSC9FiiA. thin people, who are overwork. "
Election DUtrict No.11-.1 D Blackwell. H M w
Watson,J B Williams; J C Bands,Clerk. ed, who need strength, who seem .in .
want of food take Shaker OAPt L'1. ,,,
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Election District,No. tt-Johm Walton Oeo... proper ehapld A. A .

wen.... ) enJ.) I Gay j X MoncM., Qerk. DijresUreJCordial. It Vastomsning
what food will do, when properly 'djgested. Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura street at 5 p. m., TUESDAYS an District So. U-K C Kelly, T B b.I
Election SATURDAYS, for Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate .
derson,A H Roleomb; John T Bond.Clerk. I Landings the St. Johns River.
I It will make you strong, revive you, on
I, Election District No. 14. DP Lamb ,J 8 refresh you, suttam you, make you fat, Leaves Sanford 5 a. m. and Enterprise 5:30 a. m. MONDAYS and THURSDAYS

I Points, W S Kry; L D Cutting,Clerk. I restore your color, make muscle, brain for JactsonTUteJ4. .

1 Election District No.15. A Ulna John Flher fibre endurance increase {ellsC,r.t M A 'd ii'i'OW ; ,
courage, energy; General Passenger and Ticket Office, SS W. Bay Btreet.JaclluJU..pie.L .
,Abs Baer j Wm M naibton..Clerk. your power to,throw off.disease
J. COLE General Passenger P.20. molfl
Election District Ko.10. Ixrtt Allen, 8r. J 1 and, keep you .healthy and happy. S Bowline Green Agent New York Zoe Wen nZ1l.JLl Ba 11\&J1a.,Jaea.tyaTWct.Paee.A Fly .

wtmterl1',C A Jb'uIla; 'If J Lyon. Clerk. Indigestion does just the opposite, 10.H.CLYDIt:.A.T.M. JNO.L.HOW.uw.J1a.I'n) Agt.,
but be) cured and A Bowling Green, New York r&.Hope .JacksooTiUa,rIa.
t G. P. indigestion can :
: Election District No.17. B Kennerty, prevented D.D.aMTfK.0. T. A, f.A. LESLIE. Saperintendent.St (I
Rut,A W Carkton l ; R F K sh.'a'rk.ElecttonJliatrlct with Shaker: igestive Cordial. U So.Delaware arPbiaderpbia. root Koran 8k.. Jaeuoa ".., FU
J ..IB. John McAllister Jas Sold by all drugg T1LZO.: G. ROAR: /X. 0 Bowling Green .New Yak

FeuneL 8r..O Wnitcwmb;T B 1/ovelace.Clerk.
{1x.e "i WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.
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Y' T4JRY5IPELA Election District Vot 19. B 8 Motley, J D P TEA MABKTET3. ,..

Hluci&botaam.H tartly;'/ M Padgett crk. N[ 9 J. 80. DeJa.aN 1v. Pkfladerphls II Hewrlag Ores., ...1r.r.]

Election District ho,20. W J Bryan A H Ifs Groceries Wholesale, t

.Crany,W J Miller; W R Crawford.Clerk. Corrected Weekly by Gay Broa.,.Comer Klrby

N Election District No. 21, A B Townaend. WmgpgUrTyBr and Kirkland street Summer Homes and Resorts.

,,g W 8a ply; B GTfeut_>nClerk. Sugar,Standard Fine Granulated.... a'S3 CURES .
.... ....... .. .. .
t DutrMsTKo. zr W Smith, AC Etta 8urart( ... AST The Southern Railway Is the first of
; EJecttOlJ! Dry Salted Boston Bellies....._.... Eva
Buchanan,w n Record; James Cannon Clerk. Dry Salted Western Bellies........... 6%
....... : ; great railway systems to give information -
Western .
23. Wm MorlU Dry Salted Backs % "& 'itbNi dll"' -i. lOur SUMMER
Election District No. Iron N.TUCKY
AND .
Lard,compressed In tierces ........ t\i ,
+ Kohl. Henry Merrin; 8 J Hilbom Clerk. w M-Ib' tiu....... 5iJ : to the public and to fix low excursion

Tvo Die}ease; That Cause Their Election District No.M. J D Jeffords Root Sager Cared PicaioHams Hams.. ..................10% .CLUB." Pure Whiskies for rates fora summer outing good.1 .

Victims to Re Shunned Calraes.Layton Johns; F O Haters Clerk. : bhimlders ..::..: :::=..7'lrH Family'ana Medicinal purposes Genuine
by Corned Beef, is........ .............."1.1' for return until October 31, by issuing, DISEASES
Their Fellow-Man. Ejection District No.25. H B Estee, B C Lan- .. 2a.........?...... .... Lie only when bottled In this style 1
James Hestoa C E Thicpen.Clerk. Roast 11..1.1. with usual its Summer
--- DIac ; .. Beef... package. Bottled and shipped from promptness, .

t 8rJUlIQnnn, MOo Floor,Fancy b.Western.:First Patents.: 210 129 to(.SO Distillery. Ask you dealer for these' Home and Resort Book.It !..1e...ideal.r....IgessrAF...__.trail. aa4 how.CI. Ate.
KHTLKMCX: X commenced taking P. Fleor,Second Patents do do.. a.>>o t* brands. If he hasn't them, wrU us., ..
P. (P., Lip man's'tlreat Remedy last Rice,Carolina Good. ...........?.._ *% *>* 1 5 18 handsome in design and artisticIn .,seek SM Dlarrbee*. DySery ...
old
Fancy... '... ... ............... iStoBU gallon years $3.45; 1 gallon 8 ...1........ Dy.p.psIa4.
Fall for Erysipelas, My.face, was com INSPECTORS AND CLERKS Butter Fancy Ea temCn& ...... 22 toss years old, $4.25; 1 gallon 10 years every respect having thirty-two rr-...a.-.f AppeUt..4._
plea el y eorered with the disease; I took I Cheese Fancy Foil Cream(N.T.8t.). 10 toll old, $&50. 1 Case;12 quarts 6
years illustrated Is Jut staa4.rd %t ail SB***
abort of P. P P. and it ftyrap-Floridaper gal.305032 beautifully containing ,
a course soon pages
d ,ppeared. This I ; new Orleans Molasses..:...::::.::::. UtoMCrackers old $11.00. 1 Casejl2 quarts, 8 years t .....,
much Spring became. ; -Vaaderreer A Holmes'Buadard old 813.00. 1 Case 12 quarts 10 years the most complete and conveniently
debilitated
and again took another OF THE ELECTION FOR PRESIDENTIAL I XXX.&OCU. a oldll .OO Mail Orders Promptly Attended ran ed information calculated to answer '
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course, and I am BOW in good' Lemon Clackers T .eDR.ED'Gs.( .
condition. I consider P. P. P. one of i Ginger Snaps..::::... ... T to. ally and satisfactorily every question .
ELECTORS AND Extra Toast..... ...... 7
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the Wt blood preparations on the Asserted Mixed Cakea.... 8 R. MONARCH' BOTTLlG CO. likely to be propounded, such as routes
market, and for those who a general CONGRESS Condensed HUk-Eagle .... ........_ trio to ROYAL GERMETUER.nema
OF
tonic to build the and MEMBER. .' ". (Chiirpion........ 170 to and distan fcs, hotels and Awarding
system
up
: do do Bell brand......... Owensboro. Kentucky.
3.4550
houses of how to
improve the appetite I consider that it do do Challenge......... 9 JO to names proprietors, ef Certlfleatts attest ttejact.Mr. .
has no equal. Will say anyone who ... do do Dime.......... ... SJSto 3 Send money wit order to avoid reach them, rates of board by day
& cares to tr P. p. P. will not be dlsap- banned Vegetable*-No,Tomatoes M 0.J1do delay L,.Cans... J:. ct..... Mlts. t.y.l "MvWwvle
.. : week and month etc.
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Its NOVKXJub do No.2 Tomatoes 43 to SO .
.pointed in results, and I, therefore, FOR ELECTIOK TO/BE HELD waid act....tsa N Ivtitty 11_ e lay, efe
t No.S Okra and Tomatoes 85 to 1. 0 _... .. ... .. .... left sle' .*
Jub iu ly. > 4 h *>?
recommend !t.dBaiQB. ... Southern choice of
cheerfully r do No. 2 Harrow Peas. ... SO to 1A4o The offers a lpv. 54 SIUr
j3D. bows lb..lse a
r was e plece.MoIt
-"* WOOD ,'.1890. sElaction No.2 Early.Baked 1X0 to 1.30 I'4 LADIES OYOUIICIDR. mountain and seaside resorts, the surf lb*. f('te .e sect,. .'* My fe.4....M a sirm.eM .
do No J Boston 1.8050
Springfield, Mou rCLIXLKBRUN'S mj k14r ".,. very k.4hr eel Wof"r I was
? do .JBoItc.nBI'OW1tBread 1.0 to bathing and sea breezes of some of the lr*.t.( ky t.. best fkyvlcln*..M they tU I COM 3In
prpetu and Scrofnla.cnred by P. Table Irish Pot&toea-per barreL.... 1.40 to .... ,A Pills nt..-.-... vkll*. L tke. CMuMwee' nine
;- P. P., Lippman'a Great Remedy, surely Red Onions do ..., ..j..,..,. 1.050 : !! suo rn moetdelightfnlreeorta on the Atlantic Royal Gfafu, la tens ...lrs I arose .at eaklsr. > .
Yellow Onion, barrel...... 1.13 ... .
to. .
per I Mnfe 4
and without faiL District No. 1. C H Gautler J L Early Rose for seed... .... ..._ 1.110 are FRENCH ors. .,.and reliable only rove I. Toast or the cool r mountain breezes of ae C.acid.*t to.r as, .-C M C.work B U Urr B* ere.teat I a..4r.ty
SrxnremxD, Mo. Burton W C Norton; P C Smith. Clerk. Beauty of Hebron for seed 320 an6,sag Ckal GenMtaer CIA IM.-
Chill Red for seed........:::::: IM en the market Pric tlJOOkent I Sannanoa, Asheville Lookout Mountain .
CEXTLKUExr Last .
,Jane I had a District No.2. M A J by mail., tlTama..A voly by
Election Wm Williams. '
Golden Cottolene.10 Ib tins.. .. ..... C5-S and others feet the jC 1t:1o..p..Ally' ew..
scrofulous more which broke out on my Tara B F Borcbested tP"Jennings Clerk. TOBACCO OoAazTTEF,ETC. Sold byAcKEBXAH&: .STEWAT, 2,50Q above sea Bfc Ca n' .....
ankle. It grew rapidly, and soon extended Duke ClgareUee0....................&3.CS ; evel. ..... ..4 .Va seta. 1..tHfY
from myankletoniyknee. I CecUott: District o. J. B 6t' W Bard J B Sensation Cat Plug,2: os....... ..... MKid's alatka .Tla. ._. ......_T.-..... ......t.
BeastortH SjOore}W y Reynolds,Uerk. .. .... .......... 21 to 30 For copy. guide call at office of and ate Bevy. P.th.N..
got..on U1eof'7oQr: *.J.p..LJppman' Arrow .. ...._........ 30 )'j!.. S.s.I:: ,si 4 114 Mar
Gru&.Relaedy. and was atree- -Bectloo District N 0.4. Xmory GreeD Clark Seal of North Carolina,2 os.......... 03 prominent coupon agent or send 2-cent p1M..t S. sake ate *.Ba a*.
.ably,sarprise4 at the results The entire Stephens,_F Darts;; G 8 Gates Clerk Duke Mixture,to*. .. ............ 30 AEAi' ME MA7rt"1Nfre3WSr to \V. D.: ALL ...d b.Hde N ev..:.'sa' aeeOd
.... ... ....... tamp N, I
Bull Durham. oa. ... 65 _, dieee.e b ari.ws.
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,pore aca\4" \ at /Mice. .l> think, I hare .Le $IOA.J) Hrict5<\S.. JohAiW Barriaoa.J Lacy Hlmton..............._...._. 41 Florida Pass. Agent, :.:::.. .
taken almost every medicine recommended U.Baum,C C Slada j ,Horaoe PHor..Clerk. (tump Carte... .... .........._.... 3> :::: ';
for scrofula and catarrh and Jeorgla Beauty....................... 35 JacksonjCle, Fla. "
jour P. P. P. is the best I hare ever' Election District No. .. John M Cook, W C SweetKa. ett.... ........ .4.. ......... 30, 1 r .Mlslf M...... .....,..
Alan W Keowa i) W Perry, Clark Umax Clnbe. 39
tried. It cannot be.reCommestdedtoo ; Thin Pmn4s.::::::.::::::::: .438tar &ill drofgfaU pen Dr.MQee' Nerve Plaster .ANiraavlso: our STViter
highly for blood 1'011On..te. Xlectioa District No.T. W i.Cara D B Wells ...... .... ....... 40
Tourm T II H BlannerhaMett; W L Bowers Clerk. Cupper :''': :'::::::::::: '33 hear. :fiY n"oltL !r 'dRLYM u..
very truly, "
Horse Shue::: ::: ::.:::: : 40 41 PEFri'S '1 ERV014! RHEUMATISM CURED. "
W. P. nU TEK. Xtection: Dlstalct No. S. Joha A Crosby G A ... ...... .
Pearl ., .. ..... .... 85Dnromond flit l P.I M.Eji Lii ....
Turner J W Kjte; B F Solana,Clerk Nat Leaf............ .... 82 to*.nest. fall rwatwg std .kltyk.a.5. + After eminent and all .ew..w
P. P. P. cures all blood and akin disease Gold Dust.per ease.--...--..... .....SITSPeariine a.sreeororrnA4rslekw r.>re r sans feasts>t eel.*i.t.a iv w+i.ar ds e+d : physicians ... UELIJI aed.FksTgu
Election DUtrict No. t. J I McCaaam, P SKeaa. ... ................. .
both in men and, women. ,per case 3.75 Kc4 r r.Cwe >.rrsw.r IH Vitality. other known remedies fail Botanic .,....auweil'2
K 8 Bnftbr; J B Cole, Clerk. Octagoatoap. 4JW M= lyjml > .
Rheumatism which makes man'a life Royal Baking Powder:1 lt>...:.:....... 4JO .' --r-r Wuuctn.. Bluod Balm (a B. B,), will quickly
hell Election District No. 10. W A grans, 8 8 0a, rd aid If rta .4 rd r .t.I e1 #w..nDos'tatdrte
a n earth,can be relieved at do do dolb>>......._. 265 -
once by I.P. P.,Lippman's Great Rem Lloyd. Frank r.TMUITJ; E B Basel Clerk. I.mpbeU'sorTadyo ',,f-lb.......... 165 rtlmv -, :t' I %-Ib. ......... Mlonfords M'. ,+e..fH.lrrtsIonhay. eat this fact. No of Rheumatismcan
It makes
edy. a PERMANENT. dectioa restrict ices 11. J D BlackweU H X Bread PrepaiationAloxwds ........ lea P YEE'a.IsELVIOORor.e.d for It.toearrtmt case
P. P. P. is t.horeat.. sad only remedy Watson,J B Williams; Louis T Dupre.Clerk. .... ..... ............. ...... U toll eac la rwt pociM. revue plain-r p. stand before Ita magie beatIng
for advanced cases of catarrh. Stoppage ED ..Walnuts ... .................. 14 ese. I per fcoz.r e fur 5. mtttt A 1'.rtlr. fai: :'fi :;TO rK: fnfiU 1 IV
Election DUtrict No. IS. Joha, Walton., Ceo.WeUer. Brazil.large. .... 7llberts Written w.*n te to Car w Hftmm tk* .power. Send stamp for book of parlenlars s.6 a'aeld 'U J Hl.
of the nostrils and difficulty in Benj I Gay N Moragne,Clerk. ....::::..:.:::::::?.....::::: SPecan. 1 11 Pa.phtrefree.L3L14aL 8oM x.3'11.hr ilrucnUU..Mca AvfcTr v, lib p It contains evidence that ; : :
brcathtag"when lying down. P. P. P. .........____.......M....... .... UMixedNats : *
relieves at once.P. Election DMtrict No IX J:C Ken" T B ABdersoa ...... .... .......,.... u STEWART will convince you that B. B. B. In the 50"to 150 Pig felly
,A UlHoteomb; .John T BoIt4.Clerk California Raisins:... ... ..........fL40toLMaltanas Sold by ACKERMAN &; :
I'.cures blood
P. poisoning In all ... ............ .... ...... 10 beet core for all Blood and Skin Diseases -. -.-
IU Yarious stages, old ulcers sores and I Elertloa District No. li. D P Lamb, J 8 Fancy TaporatedApplea..M.... ..".. S ever di eoverf>d. Beware of substitutes
kidney icomplaints.: Points,W 8 Fry; L D Cutting, Clerk. do do Apricots.......... 12 Right in Sight (;"Qrtat'f' !.y grtity: Wclsr'lt ".'VI'
entrants............ ....'...... 44! to 1% I Aid to ''joctas good." $1.00 G. ... '0.. t'..:. t.. ., .
rulud
.,. Election District No. U. A Cain Joha ;.;:;;:: prinxi r
SoW an
by .nttta.lIPrMA. Sure Shown large bottle. .
Savhig alai lei task
I naber. Abe Baer; Wm X Hancbton. Clerk. Grain 'Fertilizer. Rte per not

.,,( BROS. eUMcartes.. Sole Prvp'rs, Election DUtrict No. IS. L U Morgan Lott Corrected Weekly by Vertree A Co.old J,T. Well send you our General Catalogue .

...'. Block. "eumah.O*. .A1l ..Sr.OM K OlUett; J N Orerhalu. Clerk. .Ii K. W. Depot. and Buyers Guide U yon p

Electkw DUtrict No.]T. J L Urin ton A L Subject to market change send nor 13 cents in stamps. Thatpya F. A. Gerber ,
DaTls, A WCartetoa D P Johnson Clerk. (urn.Mixed per sack 110 Ibs.....$ 90 to S9Oats. part posufe or ezprcssagtt and Ii
St. Joseph'sBoarding ; .W Bite,pel'laet m lba........ 1.30 to 1.33irouad keeps off idlers.It's .
Feed sack ..... 'ell. k I
Election District No. 18. Joke HeJinUter ; per Ins lba. LUtoLa III
V4 )Meal sack loo Bra.......... S5to to a Dictionary of Honest Values .' r cw, t.. .
Waxh Fennel,0 L Whitecomb; T B Lorelaoe, Wheat .. .... Foil of information .. ( '
Pare Feed per sack 100 Ib 35 So important oo .f 0'
and Day School I Oak Hay,Nn 1 Timothy.per toe. ) to 22.00 Clatter where you boy. Tao Page Funeral Director : ; ,. '
Wheat Bran,per sack 173 Ibs::::.::lIfo: to ....
i Election District No It, J KCatth'n W JGreea Grits and Meat per bbl .......... 2JOM2JOROM Wno Illustrations: tells of 40000 trr before a flesh supply! ,'''hI'
Florida. F U MarUj; J F Woodberrjr,Clerk Proof Oats,per bush......... to to .... article and right price of each. One VaYe'Mat is ia bandy! uf"*" 'A ., .
Palatka I Rest Patent rloarper bbl. IMU.... profit only between maker and nset Itli a 1o<'k.nut (!M W er't.. :. '"!nr
Electii DUtrict No. 20. T L Miller, R A Seed -'w.k. .
Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Bryan,Duncan Bohaanon Aaron Tarn,Ork. Cotton Seed Meal Meal Dark Bright,per, sack... UttollSOMton .35 eo-._ Get it.MONTGOMERY. And Undertaker pens at ooee. suvi can lx% .
will I sow 1 Ltaseed Meal ..... .. ....... ...._ WARD & CO., tank or bArrrl usii ta.uu.ca W.,.
re-open Monday September SSjii. Election DUtrict No.SL. A B Townteiid.Wm
jneceasfully in .;uu>r.
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The counter of studies includes all the Register at..G W SJaap'n KG Thornon,Clerk' iiII8 Retail rl4"e. WI) We pny "pr
DR. f'S1L'a'>BR"& -
branches of a useful education. Bookkeeping Electioa District No.22.: X W Smith. DearyOemons A CORNER LESION AND THIRD STREETS' Fountain sent to way address on tr .

W H Record Jamea Caanon, Clerk. FEMALE PILLS. r Price to be remitted by express a,' '
and Steuogrsphv taught Infixes It coat nothing to
Bectlon District No.33. W AUrlBgUm.Wmrers if satisfactory. ,
or in private. Henry Merrin; ft i Hilburn.Clerk. ISLSSSSu. :Send for one.' Agents wanted in r
't'r' 1'1 us''eda -Ca1J5 attended to day or night. locality. Order through tatplec .f
Election District No.M. J D Jeffords. Robert uI
QAlg TOn.xA.. Calraes F G Hater Clerk I .ad Labe0.rretMw... T-eocytwe rBn CaW Orders from the man dealer or
Layton Johns ; country by or
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... I mart wtash pest can btao4f e>
tin Election District No.150. %8Uaa Salta. \V X han ....... d 1'hItt-bo&-...... esof o..t.. dw.aril telegraph will receive atten- STOCK FOUNTAIN CO.,
..a r NaaswM. a tI prompt
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THE TIMES-HERALD OCTOBER 2, 1896. \

1 1'HIDAY9.
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r UXTO BAMEL, OF NEXT TCESBAY. i Bateee. a.lt At
BUY YOU

flfl INU.. Next week Tuesday,October 6, the ., ltnett..

voters of Florida win record the verdict Growing I \1 beg to call Tour
tterto the TUCBB-HKBALD from
CO. Publishers at the polls In the great quadrennial wins: rates whichFertilizers
TIMES-HERALD a foAr citieen of F&Jcttka, now resid- ''

lug .in Washington, D. C., has this to cause. Four years ago they decided Children I I made by L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CofentirHy Atlantic Coast

"nEat Xa Dwxa'a BuiUUac, Trout" Street say of Hon. 1L. W. Davis, our >Deuo-: emphatically, for the flfth successive Ii 5 ill be sold every

.ext to Fort Ol&c. cratic.ominee for Congress: time, that in their opinion, I Sepiemoer Stub

"I am looking forward to the coming the Democratic party had been faith One-third of all the children free front:>>P/IOSPHATK ROOK nldra World g OctoberH ....

of Captain Davis with much interest. ful to the trust reposed in it and shouldbe die before they arc five years tnit a'R

PALATKA, FLA., OCT. 2. 1896.I in The four old.: Most of them die of fbe Jr-
,, kept power. past years some
J do not sy with "curiosity, for this .pnownedas. having only a PUUS 3 ) i S BASIS aat .
feeling does not exist within me.' has justified the verdict of 1892, and wasting: disease. They grow rap j j"I" If ""

gatucamos RATE-OD Year, '1.00. Six Should there be doubt as to his I there is no good reason to suppose thai very slowly; keep thin in flesh; (

__tba, 110 Gents.doe 1 adtanca.Tare Months 29 Ceat a there the verdict to be rendered next week arc fretful; food does not do 3 caking their PifO3PHOtinAcift entirely from Bona |! 'fI.
tll9sottpttans > make
ability to a good impression
them much good. You can'tsay
will be different from
Tuesday that
-. 7.Jf. might be caoee for apprehension, but rendered in 1892. they have any disease, yet I I. 11
"'..NATIONAL TICKET. there is none; and I fancy that his Ontappear.l.nC8 A GRVDEC FsRtfLiZER, like the D.\RLL'iGiYl1
slight
When considers the difference they never: prosper. *
one
At" '
in the House of Representatives cold stomach and e-
yor'Prrx1de.t. the or some
between doings of the Republican
,will be attended with a complacency -
bowel trouble takes them
.WILLIAM, "U Nebruka.b J. BRYIZ.G born of confidence. That he,1s administration previous to"!877 and the easily.SCO17TS. away Lack nothing, in supplying the Fruits and Vegetables Vith thaI

)' Tics President.AKTUCR deeds of the Democratic administrations \ '
a gentleman of eminent ability, everyone EMULSION of

of Mains.DEMOCRATIC fSEWALL. will -uJrait; that he has at heart 'since that time, it Is easy to see Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphttes ngredients necessary, to make them Ship well, from "

the interests of :the people and of the that there can be no real comparisonthere is just the remedy for !'I'

STATE TICKET.Tor will is only a difference. The first childven. It makes
Democfaiic party; no one deny; growing Zone
that he is a better man than Joe Strip- Democratic administration was almost hard flesh; sound flesh; not to Zone, and arrive ilirket in a Sound Condit'll".ncourage *.,

Fre.identia1Elector., ..*4BL ling the people bf Madison county will wholly taken up with undoing what soft, flabby fat. It makes r- '*. 1

.JY' w. JIC.1icOS... .had been previously done and insetting strong bones healthy! dcrves. '
GDJ.? -. determine. Granting that Captain everyone you know to use tUtt DARLINI } S, I
YRL.rCL tARTElt. things straight so that the State
A. BURFQRTJC: n. Dniihas aBUity, energy, integrity and It changes poor children to
could, as It should advance instead of children rich in prosperity.Book .
Faengreas Second District.E. : the other.good qualities that a statesman
Y: W. DAVI8. ought to have, it is4 his power as retrograde, as it had been doing. This about it free for the asking; Regardless fmy outer Brands of Fertilizer. For 1

was a great: work, but it was accomplished CS"No substitute for Scotfs Emulsion -
For OoTeroorTH an orator that interests me most, andI #
will do for the children what we
and when Governor Cloxham l
W.u: BIOXHAM.FobJa.uee have a strong conviction that he will bow Scott's Emulsion will do. Get Special Low Prices to; eet the times for lash with r lerV I,
his r
began administration Florida
Court: began the .
auprfJ1De eclipse any.man Id the House or Sen- genuine.For '
U. )IADRY. ate in this regard. I have listened to its upward march. Population in- sale by all druggists SOc.and ADDRESS THE....

F tuf.f8tate: creased under tha stimulus of pro- $1.00.SCOTT
a number of eminent men since coming & BOWNE New York.
JSO.L.CRAWFORD; gressivji ideas and the financial affairsof

y "&'W.rDf'Y6eDerl1 JUAMAB, : New here York,among; Gorman: them,Senators of Maryland Hill: of; the State and being in administered with L. B. Darling g Fertilizer (Co.

economy the interest of the
ForOomptroUer' ; : Lindsay, of Kentucky; Allen of Ne- Thos. W. hatph has filled the office

WV 11.REYNOLDSC braska Harris of Tennessee Vest people, taxes were rapidly diminished, of County Superintendent of schools ,
; ; ,
Trealure: while the credit of the State was once ,
C.B.COLUXS. of Missouri, and Daniel, of Virginia.In ably and acceptably, and has fairly .

For SapFuW Intrnctlon: my opinion, Captain Davis, as an more placed upon a sound foundation.The earned a re-election. In his dealings

W.X.feHEATS. orator, i is. superior to'anyof these, difference between the presentand with the teachers and with the patronsof JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

For 00m1ldMkJ8. Agriculture unless I should except Senator Daulel, the past is eb great that it is diffi- the schools Mr. Ralph has been just .

J.11:*OMBELU cult to see how auy good citizen can and and the schools of the
of Virginia; and he is certainly the courteous, O. B. WEEKS Agent.IlcirSend.for .
-. cast a vote,for,the, party of the vast, Have been to.the ,
peer of Daniel, if he is not his .upe- county kept fully up
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKE1\ rior. Just before Congress adjournedI and put Florida twenty years back- high standard of which Floridians are Pocket Memoranda Book. J I

F8t the-Led.1Ure heard Senator Daniel when he addressed ward. BO justly proud. The voters of Putnam -- -, ---- .-- .
The details of all that has been accomplished -
should that is re-elected.
a BENJ. E. MOEOAK. the Senate upon dry see Prof.Ralph
a very the Storm OB the W.., CaMt of M.xl.o.Orrr DISEASEUke
JOHN P.WALL. during past twenty
HEART
It. upon the financial
For Clerk Circuit Court. subject was years has been fully set forth during or MEXICO, Sept 2 a-The west ailments when they

JOSEPH TRICE. question. The Senate chamber and the course of the campaign, and the George F. Bullard B the Democratic coast of Mexico has been visited by a bare taken bold of the system

For Sheriff. galleries were well 'filled, and he was candidate for assessor of Putnam coun tremendous stormV which baa caused never gets better of its own accord but

JOHN W. HAdAJ attentively listened to for several voters have no'reason for Ignorance. ty. The.office is an important one, and great, damage and consternation. The Constantly prows ....... There are
Every good citizen therefore who is a thousands who know they hare a defectlT
Ft*County Judge.. hours. ills was a magnificent argument the incumbent should be not only equalto town of Altata, port of the state of Si- heart, but will not admit the fact They
H.LOOxx.For should
Tax: AWWMOT." in behalf of free'silver. It would qualified voter, appear at the the duties but a fair minded and upright naloa, is inundated and the capital city don't want their friends to worry and
of his Cnliacan, has suffered severely
and Many
polls precinct next esday
GEORGE. BULLARD. Impossible however, for Senator man. Mr. Ballard fully measuresup small towns have been flooded. The Don't knotv what t. take for it, as
cast his vote for good government. they have been told time and again that
For Tax Collector.
Daniel deliver to the required standard little railway from Altata toCuliacan
to a dry speech even as every heart disease was incurable. Such the .
BLAXCXIARD. was %
F. C.
y'. ForOoontyTl'e&lUftr. Ii upon a dry subject, and he frequently one who knows him is aware. A good ruined has been condition.badly washed Streams out and of is water la a ease of Mr. Silas Farley of DyssTtIUj\Ohio *

J. C. VKETREES.; SK.' injected into his addreaaeauUlu'11y THE AMENDMENTS.. business man, Mr.Dullard has had experience poured into the principal streets of Ma> who writes June 13,1884 as follows *>
--- "I had M.rl41 93
Ponscperiatendent Public Instruction. painted wof\!'- picture that delighted Besides the State and county officersto in Georgia In the assessing of zatland and created consternation, and my heart hurting me f..ef.r almost continually.years: ,

THOMAS W. RALPH.. those who listened to him. Particu- be yoted for next Tuesday, there ate taxes, and will enter the office fully new the town embankments were torn for to the protection by the of The first 15 years I doctored all the time

I County Board of Instruction. larly this true when bis equipped. The Democrats of the pieces trying several physicians and r medl.tt
was
J. H. ORt EN. in closing five amendments to the SLate Constitution enormous wares impelled by the wind. told
E. CRII.U remarks he disclaimed with fervid upon which the electors are ex county t see that he is elected bya against which nothing could stand..Aid until mJ'lad. doctor me it of ws* question OK> ao
u. J. FOWLER. ShJ is requested for the sufferers who hate
emphasis the intention of the silver pected.to pass judgment. good_ ty. .I could not bt euM&
For Juana of Peace: IJUtric,No.8. lost large amount ol property.I .
; .
advocates to debase the currency. These I gradually f.w
re Jlowro amendments have been passed
L
IC. shod
Said he: 'Mr. President, the party upon.favorably by the Legislature: ,.but Putnam county be representedIn r f n.U to Speak FT IleKlat.,.. worse veryeat,,
am} completely
that I is alive the legislature by two good and loyal CHICAGO,' Se$l. 28.-Colonel Rolerf .
represent keenly to our by.the terms of the constitution they .., couraged. 4nUi
The difference between 12J mills nation's honor and the nation's honor Democrats, and the candidates.of the O. Ingernoll will come to Illinois next I lived, proppbd halt
must be submitted to the people! for ,
taxation rate under Republican rule.. should be held as sacred as a soldier's ratification orrejection. These amendments party, Messrs. Benj. E. Morgan and month and make four or fire speeches up In s'd.blues I kte j

f'. and SJ nnder Democratic ruie is worth John P. Wall, can be depended upon McKinley. A letter to this effect ,)a wtdn't f 4*ws.
Serator Daniel
v grave. is the foremost are denominated Articles VII nor7i i Th&.1ng ...
tot next Tuesday. A vote for .been received at na
Toting I to serve the people faithfully and well.
'
speaker in either branch of Congress, .VIII IX, X,' XI, there having been ca, bee.aartel11'0";rill mate his .1' time ba- !-
:Uloxham will show that you appreciate : Mr. Wall has already had experiencein coma I toldlny fam
and yet it is a question in my mind as six amendments made to the constitution first speech_in Chicago on the evening
the redemption of the State from' the lower branCh and,by his faithful of Oct. 8 in a big tent which will be fly what wantedlarch t-
to whether he is the equal ,of
Captain already.Of done whe > I wu ,
crtravagmnt and corrupt rule. of merits .election.Dr. erected for the occasion in some locality
discharge duty a re .
Davis as an orator-he is certainly not these Articles V", IX and X where the largest number .ef laboring gone. But on the first day of on
Morgan is a new man but is well the recommendation of Mrs Fan tie Jones
his superior. The Virginia Senator DMB can hear him. He will then to
the ticket to THE TIMES-HEBALD to be go
and State appear
a W. D. Bloxham known Of Anderson Ind* I commenct J taking
as a man of education and abil Bloomington. Qalesborg and Galena
's .. vboold receive good majority in Put.r resembles Captain Davis in many respects reasonable and proper, but to Articles And the sod if he will consent to remain longer J>r. XUe J>'eo Cure for thlft Best
ity. as legislature to be elected -
!_ cum county If every Democrat in ; they look very much alike; VIII and XI considerable objectlbn is than three days, other towns may hear and wonderful to tell in ten days I was:
next Tuesday will elect a U. S. Sen working at tight work and on llaith 19 coamenced .
him. On his Colonel
both
have of tour Ingersoll will
does bis Putnam they elegance manner urged as serving no good end or as
the duty ,
county ator it is important that the voioe of be accompanied by ex-Governor Ogleaby.u.Gonrnor framing a barn wulcJf,is heavy
QMlQty will show that she values good and grace of carriage; their voices are being Inopportune. Article VIII re- Putnam should Fifer and Senator Cullom. work and I basal lost a day W8., I am 98

., government for the State enough toe finely modulated, and their magnetismand lates to the provision for the readingof county be unanimous Jean old..ft. 4H' inches and weigh ::sollie.I .
,. for a Democrat to represent Florida I I Arthw. K1 Dad. Wilere I ate fully ettnd, sod
.rote at least one day in four Tears to excellence of expression stamp bills in the Legislature, the amendment ===== II i g. I am now only'anxloos that ereryone shall

,, ts(1care u. them as men of genjus on the rostrum, *giving: power to dispense with I,I Niw Your Sept 28.-Arthur J. know of your wonderful remedies."
Joseph Price has been Clerk o the executive head of the firm of
King B.
who their audiences by the soul
sway the full reading at certain stages upon Dyesvllle,Ohio. Surf F ABUT.
Circuit Court for Putnam county for G. Dunn & Co.. died at his home in
Next week Tuesday?:October 6, will fill influence of poetry or by the burnIng demand of a certain number of mem- Dr fines Qeart Cure fe sold oa s MsrUre
one term, and during that time the du Bloomfield N. A. aged 70 years. He bottle will bes flb
shafts of
be In Florida for Stateand logic. They really look ben-and also maklng.it possible to mdrucrts&UeUI&aUJ. bottles
;election day lies of the office hate been has been connected with the firm of B. a form or
county officers only. 'The presidential like,statesmen; both have a flue caste of I finally pass'a bill upon the day of its faithfullyand G. Dunn" Co. for 41 years, enteringthe It by tine b Dr.sent Miles, prepaid Medical, on Oo receipt, .of,price>d. __

electors and the countenance, with pleasing faces and introduction. The objection is urged efficiently performed. Everyonewho employ of the New York office u a
congressmen has had occasion to transact business clerk. From here he was sent to Cleve.
Dr. Miles'Heart\
Cure
Nature has
will be elected on November 3. Every kindly eyes. done much that the change proposed can serve no in the clerk's office has been courteously land. Cincinnati and St Louis, leavingthe

Democrat and good citizen will keep for Daniel and Davis I They bear so good end. The objection is a good latter plaee in 1880 to return to the Restores Health
dealt with and Mr. Price
4 f Che day free so that nothing shall be sinking a resemblance to each other in one, and THE TIMES-HERALD hopes has New York tfflce. Since 181 he has
at all times been cheerfully ready to been a member bf the firm.
permitted to interfere with'his attendance nearly every particular that it is difficult that Article VIII will be defeated. r

at the polls of his precinct. to determine which of them possesses Article XI changes the time of holding oblige and accommodate. Tho' affairs I I The LkBt I.. XH arraM* of the office are such that only one fc
the "
mastery. the State election from October to .1 CHATTANOOGA Sept 23.-The Lookout -

The citizens of Florida should re.tnember November. It was determined to hold miliar with them should be in charge, Mountain Ian company, which has Watery Blisters .I 1

on Tuesday next that DO State The law allowed the Sheriff of Putnam the State> election in October at the and there can be no good reason advanced been operating the Lookout Inn since Turning To Complete Sore.

.) in the. country; and no country in the county forty cents per day for time the force bill was passed by the why a change should be made. Feb 1, filed a deed of trust for the ben- Family Doctor Could not

:rholo world, has such a good record feeding$ the prisoners under his care. lower bouse of Congress but defeatedin Clerk Price's liberality, at the time of eflt of creditors, naming A. W. Cham- : Heal Without Loss of Hair.COHPLETELYISCODRAGED.
bliss u jrnetee. No statement of liabilities
for schools u has the State of Florida. When the freeze cot short the means the Senate, the object being to give the freeze in voluntarily reducing his ; bus been given out The embarrassment I

This has been accomplished by the of the tax payers Sheriff ila;an reduced the State power to elect Its officers salary$150 per annum should commendhim is only temporary and the Inn

economy and wise management of .the his charge to twenty-five cents independent of the interference from as a public spirited servant. will doubtless be epen fur the winter

'Democratic administrations; per day. The duties ot sheriff are the federal officers proposed under the season Xoooomleal and Speedy Core by
The school system of Florida has
onerous and exacting, but Sheriff Hajran force bill lBf lli CB.BB** !.ay. JItaaeu. CUTICURA REMEDIES
\\ and independent of federal
the been advanced in efficiency to a standard
"llie equity: ticket nominated at has been found equal to Tomes,Sept 2t'-Ex.SenarorIapUa
L every bayonets. The of holding a
'Democratic primaries should next expense of which all are proud. The school has notified the national Republican
emergency and has been faithful and separate election is great and the How BO Trace of Disease.
1
board of Florida has been efficient and committee
oadar.l'tlcaive at least COO majority that he could not leave Kansas
energetic. Every Democrat should sooner the taxpayers can be relieved Hair Thick, Child Fat, Good and
'
Some"bf t 1ri. candufafrs area for re- I energetic, and this county has been to make speeches for the national
enthusiastically aid in the reelectionof from that extra expense the better, ticket in Ohio. He his entire time Hearty.
4lectiofi, and the voters andtaxivajers kept fully abreast of the rest of the says I -
a good officer, and with the united but, in the> opinion of Tux TIMESHEitAtD will be devoted to Kansas. His friends'
bat broke
When f obi *
I state. There be cmr days my out M1"r
can no good reason
I < C thi;ronnty know pod faithfully they support of the 1'.1rtlthe sheriff will receive the time has not .ret'come claim that 40 of the 123 legislative districts one skis of hi* bead and body WKB watery
hive dfScharged their duties the oth I advanced why there should be any radical -I and 14 of the 40 senatorial districts blisters which: tamed to a complete *cab.W .
; a deserved fewvrd for a faithful when nhe change should be make. have instructed *eaU 4 the family doctor,cad b*said that
1. .TB6Ti' new men, Luc .il good Demo change. in the management, and r Ingals'returnto "he co&ld heal them up" bill -O 1.'i<
performance of duty. While confidence felt in the senate. .. .""
is the: tttion would never have.e baR OD .Iusc. .
f rats and men of ability and integrity. f the Democratic candidate, Dr. E. S. i, and w. were c ftwrtHy oi* oarastti. n.
The -- Of Bryan and So wall, is not yettan Crill, the present chairman, and Messrs "'_||.. Hill. RMBMM Op.r.tlBaAXESBUKT > j were told to try Ccnermji REVKPIEP s 'I
be
nauea of all Urket j
county as did(O. We need two buts tfcTHM<<: /M*,
As county judge, M. L Coxe has deserved accomplished fact, and it will let e Maw.. Sept 28. The iij
;;muted in UM Jhoi culumn of the /. II. Green and II. J. Fowler should i\ cakes of CmcrSA SOAP ana be now to all
and tecetveJ the hearty enorse. enough to make the change when it is i Hamilton woollen nulls employing 800 right. The hair U OQ thick,aad the weld
: be elected nut Tuesday the I
a T 8-LlDlALlJ ,-hould be marked wkb. as count. never think there was anything matter
meat of all who have tuwoffietal-busl- certain that all danger of a new force board of instruction. i 'operatives started up permanently with him.he I. to fat.f9aAand btartv.and
j.j X on the .Ilkhallot.! .. public I j'Xotle 1 do <' '.
\ : Every good I not know h-'w to 1'r2.* r'iri "%
ness with him wtme rood opinion is I bill u fails |>a>cd. Florida: should better after an alternate shutdown aggregating XDIx>eel igb fot'the aoort they -*. I'Tv <:h .i.MA .
l.k --
worat ofauuid nuke himself fsmUtor wortn having All tides have bit.im! be slow to act in a matter which"it t fire weeks. *. WM U. SCOTT. Luxcnte. ft.
with those names M> a* to make no for fnollcation. i i i
partial justice meted oat, but justice js I; would take yean to undo should the A. Aged 'v..* Virgin"" Dud.IIusm.vox. ctTI'IctrnA BZMEDtLt : hJYe dtared t'M
ni take. not what always nt ari .. LAST OmCB:AT OAmVriLLC, FUA., I : moot wonderful cure of toitnnaj; aril d.-
.. was wasted ce.1n' W.
:-' n n B BBB Bli M on tl a .. September M. WS6 ( : : Va., Sept J8.-Hoik. flffOrt[ skin and sip dmayt of ucfsauand

Tar nc tlt."u law prwcribes ilnl. wrong side of the tar. lustier, bow- i j XTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN nuT THE Thomas Hawkus. the oldest member of dudres frrr corded. rl.ey afford/ ia

,:n' nara .. of ,<' ih<. tlatd.tH< for all ever, in JuJge Coxefs court ha been .: The county lax. collector's' cilice: : is I hia l'tatenttoa f..sewing. named maD Metier seal pro.t ha fifed to Mpnnrt.notiee of ubte < the West Virginia legislature, died here. fast eo a .nef r.4y Irr'.t"re \r r.*en
blind and the scales one which reqvtres special qualifications etaha. and that laid proof will tw aside before aged 74 years. la.prealaa.d all o<.h.'r metiMds CaUCtros ,
-::1\' \uiiou+ ofluto be ril'ed shall be have t"Ipe.t ncoordfn Clerk Clrealt Court at PaUtaa. }'Ja.. OB ___ _. ennui Trumrt.-Wms kttOCTICVBA >.
..u our \bail Iot. HUM iht6t names shall ; as the law '*n4.ifei-t evidence : m dealing with the complications continually ilf.bgrts o.e. l.*b<*rer. strikes with 8t*F. pain apiHtrarloB* at
OCTOBER 24. 16, silt .... .
-ri tt (GIIIUne1IfI. -s ol'ftJ.
\ < 'i' arranged i ill :i. f* :v ihe discretion of dictated. A good judge should be re* to be dealt with. The present eta Coraettaa Grirty, of Kevka. Fla.; Dd. Iwog Sept 38.-It u reported here 4.-u Ra
i '! .. elea/sd./ incumbent. Frank C. Blanchard, has I is.isa f4>r tb* H .f nwV., e tiaD 12, Tp. It'i that the deck laberatof Hamburg have
S i 'OUhliI'll -iLn. Th"v may : 0. K.:23 E. V
been most 1000000Iful in his administration I I He wises tike following witMtlM'S to pyre ;tale oat CHI a sinks.l.efsla Sold tkrosgbom the wnrd. IVrrmi Daft %
-:rnu jn tier DI1'; \ ,u ..IIw"y ihey see 'din ooBtlniHHU iwMieoee and eiOvtat.a I Cats.Cons.. )oic I r pricu.im be rue. t..'.g.A.
,:" : J. C. Y rtn**,Sr.. is too well koowo of the office,and his accounts with 'I of,Mid land Tix: Atax.Mils of Kenkk. Fix. e"J W..terr..w: hicl..t. Mf-How toCara gkto Dhwe*."xat*& ffi-
\kr.
,. is of(?. abso'ute'j Q'cellu.n W. 1).Jtmt of Kroka. Fla. Wilson eiha.a,
l
the Gorrmmg. 0.
taxpayers and with the .8ey+t. 21-Henry Pint!
t" need rommcu.a oo. A 1 life of state have t I'eaJpptUl&4..cttf.dI
"U/-! who wishes to UfO : of Edgar Fla.; M m.Cue,o.) .its..ell.ew i ntDud
f >r e er% fa- futeeet, marked by ability ad Herring been remarkable for their accuraCY. I J. ""I.. BARC-U.: I .receiver of the Norfolk: and We.ter i '1 t."IrrJ<< u A"-oIaaeIJ- JMlre.
be
to
vote the DeBHHtatK" ticket | )lr. libnehard!: should BettltH. railroad na be-n.made president of inrewgauizMd
Integrity should And will douMt&ft certainly be retained -
tni'iar'! with the oam-: d the Demo- dive recognition. A* the Democratic-re in charge of the office, and all When nervuua aid ran down; when I company. which is to assume Kills Pain in a Minnt
erratic taitdidatM f.>r ti..ry office. You I quatrnl of the pr6b/ryat" midnight -
candidate for county treasurer Mr. Democrats and good citizens should the blood is out of order; when you : I l ef & t. 30.< ..
but five minutes in which to :? .
: have
sits Vettrees should receive not only the ratify bj their votes the renominationof feel Unpaid and tired from no appa ; Cotlenra Aatt Paia PJaetea
mark ballet, which will be over ( n. T.2a.. c.&Mw ,'r.o D.ea.g.d.
your :
full vote of his party, but the. '"otd of so fOOd an official. Courteous in rent cause take Sarsaparilla and
three feet loog and YOU will have no good citizens of all The : i J iIs his treatment of all having business in Celery Oomponn I. It care Scrofula! / Ars'rt%. Sept 2&-Reports from all PINE TAR SYRUP
parties. : icu
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and if Boils, FezeDR and all diseases of the I sections of the state
\ time to puzzle out the names, the office ,received hers, fudiCate -
and
not familiar with them you an important one and should bu utl&i: i efficient In the discharge blood. Cares erroa Exhaustion and that the cotton crop has teen seriously Quickly cores Coughs and C>lds.
.\ you are : known of his duties, Mr. Blanchard has cetttinlj Hysteria. Made only br R. H. Bond ,
by a man universally and respected J Peek's drug store eome Second
damaged by the heavy raias of { and
; coaygttlelt.A earned & Ox, Baltimore, Md. For tala by
for.his sterling worth. a re-election. Ackerman & Stewart, P&1atkA. FJa. J Friday night. and Saturday. Third Streets. .



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: I FLAG PRESENTATION. A Fine Hearse.

SHEItALD.P II I Potaes One of the finest hearses ever
AN IXTEBESTtNO PLEASANT
.. ,. ....FRIDAYF1 brought to this section, we venture, is
.y AFFAIR MONDAY NIGHT. the vehicle: recently purhased by F. A. rIET: .T

I Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage, There was present at the Armory Gerber the undertaker. It differs in S13131

.&, 2,1&96. Monday evening a nice'crowd, on the construction: and arrangement; from
Turnips Lettuce Peas Beets,
;.r occasion of the presentation of the flagto most hearses, being of the newest and

fcHla become due pro rata Onions, and all Vegetables, remove the Gem City Guards by the citizens,I most improved design. The trimmings; 1JIJtD-J' .

'.I a+ I -Hor Mnt +wvahl large juantities of Potash through their chokcn representative, I, iuv htavflj silver pKti.l and handsomely I THAT

SLwldbe:>> mare. b) "XPrelllioo: from the soiL SupplyPotasFi'liberal E. E. Haskell, Esq The company was finished, THE
sn red Iri. r.IHERALD formed and saluted the colors, after i Mr. Gerber exhibited a handsome C .
COJIP ANY.I"AU1U. .
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which Mr. Ilaskell said: sideboard, now under process of construction l
lsox N FLOlttDA.i .
It is certainly refreshing in the midst for G. E. Gillett, of Inter- -_ __ : FAG-SIMILE. .6 ,:

i of a summer drouth, to experience the: lachen. It will be composed entirely

in quantities by the use relief afforded by a shower of rain. 1 1I of Florida woods and would be a ,I A1'egtiablePreparationforMSIGNATURE

of fertilizers not I And so to-night, in this beautiful : credit and an ornament to any, house theToodandReguta- '
) containing
6CTOBEK andBowels ofINI -OF-
1896 ; 1896 I Southland amidst the busy scenes and ling theStaaariis
I less than 10% actual Pot- I I hold.As
cabinet maker Mr. Herberbas -
excitement of this great political year, a AXIS CrtlLDKENPromolesIKgesUoaChectful .... '
SUo Mo: Ju. We. Th. Fr Sa I ash. Better and more I characterized,as it often U, by much ofpartisan built up a reputation .entirely on hU.merits. i ,, n
I II
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able yields are sure to profit-I feeling and strife for.poIUical J. .

tI! 1 2 3l I Our pamphlet{ are not advcrtuiac I! supremacy, It is indeed refreshing to .
kg.p.cial ferti Hen,bat are practical w ,contain. GONION' SETS-Bermuda and ness andHcstCoctalns neither
tag latest researches OB the Abject cf feruluatioa*n4an I, be permitted to assemble upon an occasion .
I helpful to Carmen They are em free for re&i, Teliow and Silver Skin. Now O fum'orphinerrunt.[ IS ON THEWRAPPER
rem like the when all here '
She ; : present, NARC .
:NOT OTIC
I is the time to plant.ACKERMAN.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
!assembled take part In these exercises .
I may
U Kaiua St,New Yot}. r... .
. 13 _.- and realize more fully' than ever & STEWART, ,

l,I G. P. Deal, of Savannah, was jn! ;;before taut it is more blessed to give Lemon Street, Palatka, }1a.A J/I r;erevazfseEJ ,

}, 18 19120 21 22 23 24 town Tuesday. I than to receive. rule*of the State Board of health .r.J-. .

Why'hl" soldierly array? Why this OF EVERY
John Bond has pnxvba*.*! a hind- provides for the vaccination of all chil-
12526,27, 28 29 30 31WI some new Cailzraph typewriter.Mark assemblage here to-night? Why theliehappy dren attending the public schools of the ;: : : '
faces and those of
particularly C. BOTTLE OFApcrfectRemedy
State, as follows: "Superintendents of
T AND OTHERWISE. J. Smith, representing: P. F. our soldier boys .. .I ail institutions of learning, and all N /il.rr.. .

Collier publisher, has been in Palatka The people of Palatka,'by generous *
school boards, and principals o schools
F (graph Pertaining to Palatka point this week. subscription!! have procured this beau- for Constipation -
In this State cilies and
in incorporated ,Sour Stonach.Diarrhoca.
wily PreentBntterick tifuffiag, to be pre$eaed to ,them, in
The untw real t prevalence of' scrofula! I towns of more than 2,000 inhabitants, '.Convukfons.Feverish- CASTO RIA
token that their conduct the has
in past
t Patterns at BOND'S.Dr. is a fact well known to physicians. The are forbidden to admit as a pupil any ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
merited their commendation. To me
I S.E. Peck, of 'Pomona, was in only medicine Jbat has hitherto proved Child or person who cannot produce satisfactory Tacsimi1e Signature or
has been allotted the agreeable duty of .
I the city Mouday. a specific for this dreadful complaint evidence of having been successfully -
presenting it to them to-nlght.! I sin-

Capt. J. E. Lucas is home, after a is Aver's Sarsaparilla, which expels ce;ely appreciate the honor conferred \accinated."The State Health 'NE\V' YORI. Caitoria ii put ip U nHheoUJet only. It

pleasant visit North. every germ of poison from the blood. upon me and I approach its perform. ,Officer urges that this law be complied U act IOU ia bulk Do.', allow aaycn to nRvra
Yon cannot begin to use it too soon. with throughout the State.L aajtMag! else oa tae plea or promise that itu
Rev. C. A. Koger,of Fruitland, was ance feeling, as I know you must, upon t t Mjut aa good"and"win auwtt tftfJ p.rposs. -

In the city Monday The friends of Mrs. -W. S. Nugent such an occasion, sentiments of* the Jacobson returned to Palatka on -- --- ." .u-See \hat 1W r' o.A.s.'f.t..1..1.

Mrs. H. L. Miller and family visited will be pleased to learn that in Philadelphia loftiest patriotism.This : Wcdngs'day iron a business trip north. !h'faoOAtT -

Daytona Saturday, returning Monday.Will shfe has had two operations per- flag our Country's! flag dearerto The popular store on Lemon street will COPYQF WRAPPCR. !!paM>dmII1 .tt..ta, >

Allen, one of Fruitland's popu- formed very successfully and the probabIlity us than all others, this flag of the be filled with a splendid new stock of If '1m"-.

lar young men, was in tbe city Tues- is she will return home about free, around which, as emblazoned in shoes hats, gents' furnishing goods,

day. { Christmas. She has been suffering from living characters upon History's fair etc, bought,by Mr. Jacob ion on his

Hon. W. H. Cook, of Pomona, was cancer. pages, our ancestors, as true patriots, trip. ...
have ever rallied and shed their heart's
visitors the
among the many .. to city C11 iTOFtS111.
blood at the Country" call in defense 8. E. Bond captured *n elephant,
Monday. ...
nay Sin of it; this flag, with its thirteen stiipes while at the north, and It is now' on """ ""-9C
Emory Green, one of Frnltland'spopular > exhibition tn'his
window. It is not ]
a
11"t thirteen
wtalptt. of white and red, typical of the '
young men, visited the city .. white elepnaat: As the elephant lathe '
states which formed the
original .
Tuetn aYe J. Walter Ililliafd left 1'eesday for confederation of the United States, largest of beasts BO this specimen ALABASTINE.j

P Y. Jennings, one of Frnltland's Philadelphia, where he will spend a whose marching beneath it ruminating in the window may be ,h
st4uu,best Democrats. was In the city well-earned vacation. army typical of the size of the stock w.tnlo. ; ,
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for and insured and Y
fought won to us
i sday Mr. A. W. Strange doing some flue iil. I : C II. pare, lJel'Dl&DeDt and artfctloittr.
(i. Loper Bailer and Jack Flinn posterity, this beautiful country and artistic decorating of the windows. j ALABASTIN I w.rtca.galr. 1'Nd,.ra.tb.by brub
ill coil
f-ssor Williams, of Fruitland, went np the river Saturday returning the freedom of which we are so proud; For Bale by Palat Dealers mtltiod Everywhere.

the enthusiastic Democrats Monday. with its union of blue bespangled as C1L1gTORt14. :...1'n.....1.be4.D01I Daaroa."oael.r, ,i..i.r.r-FREE A TlDt Card ahow1D 11 desirable tlDta, she Alahutf
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uesday. man Tbfu ...baN, Baby ay Souvenir Rock Bent tree to&D.1 ODe iD or<r.
IL B. Ratten, a popular young it is, with a star for every State of our r:all. SIO.11p&vt eaacaoUhrh'ALABANTIVE CO. Grand Bapldn. IIirk.WE .

[L. Hart and Miss Sarah B. of Satsuma Uights, jvas in the city Union, and a State for eveTtari; *I: > dBIKE ,AG 9f'nllo.ftT1 ,, ....."-"- "-....."' ..

have returned, after an ex- Wednesday and(,..made-us-a pleasantcall. now present to the Gem City uards: I .' KEEP ALL KINDS Oroja -

North.G. of the city of Pal. Florida. It ie t CRAZE
BAVARIA.
Pine, after a pleasant] D& F. E. Reeder one of Wejaka' the gift of a loving and appreciative HITS uos ana i>xjir: >io LCVJE ;
A :Fin* Opening Fr An.rl_. )taseda..
(old home la Massachusetts citizens people, it is the symbol of American .
;. enterprising was in town Wed- '
t.nr. ( the SiUot 8&H4. Pure Chemicals Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods.
; Palatka Monday. : nesday. peace and progress, it is the soldiers'
-beautiful WASHC owN. Sept. 28.-A general bicycle SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS ETC. PERFUMES, BAY RUM.
Its l silken folds ,
glory. arenow
on, NECK, Grocer, l J. C. Lovelace.o for the past year craze has struck Bavaria, according
free from putward stain and I Extracts for the Handkerchief. Our stock comprise all of,tho Popular
mon sr for good. F 01'tmu-tiar acjfe 4-1n'Sjr cjmacitr 71t the any to a report from United States Commercial I Odors.. Paints Oils and Varnishes. Rruhe, Painters' Supplies, Etc.. ,
such be reward of sol
DEN SEElfe just received. book-keeper for Martin Griffin & Co., may every Agent Carpenter, at Forth. H*

left for Macon Friday, where he will dier that may hereafter march beneathit. says the old and young can be seen ACKERMAN & STEWART
Taken In me Hood's Sarsaparilla And let me assure you that the I daily practicing in the backyards, vacant ,
business
enter a college. lie was surf lots and. .,
prevents ser ot illness by keeping the character of Florida soldiers is high inhistory's OOUDtl'1l1i' desperately
ceeded by Mr. Fowler, a most'affable struggling to maintain an equipoise and t, DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN.
blood pure a d all the organs in a healthy young man of Apalachicola Fla. record. Let me relate to you apothecaries are consequently doing

condition the following incident: brisk business ia liaameuis and court- ...' "" ""
plasters. A short time it not
Mr. John jHarvey, one of Putnam Seeds, Seeds, Seeds I The Confederate Army of the Poto considered at all proper for ago young was ladies

county's mo; respected citizens, was mac, just before the close of the late to appear on tacjcles, but the string ]LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MDSIG HOOSK'

in the city jtaterday: Just received a full line of LAN- war, were passing in review before/ prejudice which existed has gradually ,.'
and now the ladies married.
given way
FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.-One DRETH'S CELEBRATED UARDEN General Robert E. Lee and his staff. and single and the young girls,. becoming -

good draft bpre, one Rood delivery SEEDS. 1;. S. ,NECK, As the Florida corps were passing enthusiastic devotees of this out-.

wagon, one dmp cart, two seta of bar Grocer Lemon Street.Hall's Gen. Ambrose P. run turned to Gen door.patt. .
The consul seems to think there U a Savan.nah.: G-a.
neal S. E. Bonn. ii i > eral Lee, and remarked "there goes fine'9J>eUiDa for good American makes. -- ..,

Mr. H .. Fci"ler. one of West Pat- Hair Renewer enjoys the con the remnant of the gallant Florida as good European wkeels are sold for an .

natn's populate citizens and a memberof fidence and patronage of people all brigade." General Lee at once uncovered exceedingly high price and they are "
, certainly not to be preferred to the ESTABLISHED 1870.
over the civilized world who use it to
the Board d Education, was in the his head and remained so until light graceful American machines. The

city yet t rd.y and made as a pleasantcall restore and keep the hair... .a natural .they had passed. This wai a com Germans will not buy on circulars but

color. pliment paid by him to no other bodyof must see the goods, so that the proper LARGEST[ ; and OLDESTJMUSIC: HOUSE
way to ranch the market is by means ofagencies
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers W. P. Wright, of Draytp 9Ialand,. troops" and Gen. Robert E. Lee supplied with wheels. The .. a

does its work thoroughly,coloring a uniform was in town Monday' and anade ns a I paid no compliment except such as duty being assessed by weight,is small, of the SOUTH -

brown or black,which, when dry pleasant call.George were deserved.In > not exceeding $1.50 for one bicycle. .
The wheels should be fully} equipped
will neither rub, wash .ff, nor soil linDon't .. closing tet me entreat you not onlyto with mudguard, bells, brakes and
C.'. E. Gay, after a very pleasant appreciate tbe worth and beauty of lamps, all covered in one price for the DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OW *

, trip to New Yosk,returned home Sat- this flag, but to inquire into study and Germans do not like to bay extras. PIANO. besides the other renowned makes which we handle since years?
eo off to buy carpets mattings Do vou know that we have our own Factory in New York,. employ "-IT
rog, oil cloths and home furnishing fully- realize the great truths, principlesand SCHAEBERKE IN A STORM.Pr..id..t own skilled workmen and can rive you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOI It'
maxims H typifies. They are MONEY THAN ,EVER BEFORE? '
gyods. Bond has the stock at the right
urday.Nervous worthy your "closest attention, study .f th. Llek ObMnatorJ' Het. We refer to Ute L'JDDEN & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully inv tee
price, and can save you the freighr. With a 'I1arUU.c'd".t.r...
and devotion. Let none of us ever for- comparison. AWe
i GST'or F*,!l and Winter Gardens OAKLAKQ. CaL Sept. 28.-The Lick are proud of tao:' 'Piano that bears our name. You will be proud;*> d
of
get or disgrace the flag our Country.
buy four SEEDS from E. S. NECK, observatory eclipse expedition to Japan. pleased to possess ODe.EASIEST.
Grocer Lemon street A new stock People find Just the help they so much Captain II. M. deMontmollin repliedto it is expected will arrive here on Friday TERMS. LOWEST PRICES.

Just received need, in Hood's Sareaparilla. It furnishes : Mr. Haskell follows: next Their homecoming is fraught Jacksonville Branch QEO. E. BRADNACK, 0

the desired strength by puri- 'I Mr. Haskell, Ladies and GentlemenI : with much interest, for several of its 16 W. Baj st. Many r
Lieutenant J. Stuart Lewis and am glad of this opportunity to thank members met with thrilling adventures. CHAS. E. ROWTON. Sole' Agent for Palatka.
Charlie Morse formerly of Palatka but tying, vitalizing apd enriching the in behalf of for the Dr. E. G. Shney;President Schaeberke
blood and thus builds the- nerves, you my company and Louis Maste, while returning much
mare recently of W*>cross,Ga.,visited up :
kind feeling expressed. I but speak j disheartened from the station in north. .

friends Monday. tones the stomach and regulates the I the words" which my comrades would ern Japau selected for the observations Jo.eph Jrtter.o*'. O".dd"alth..r I IBCZZAED'S \ ede. THB OKKAT' "' j- '
Miss Ada Miller whole system. Read this: that were made'!, determined to chnA'
a fascinating
young uote when I say that we deeply feel I the snow summit of Fujiysme. 1,200 BAT. Mass.. Sept 2a- Family Medicine of the .
"I Hood's .
lady of "Edijewood near Francis, want to praise I Sanaparilla.Jy and most highly appreciate the appropriate feet above the sea level:, notwithstanding There took ply at the residence of Mr. Taken Internally It Cure
down had
health run and the grip.
W'ltidted Miss>Edith Trneman the the ominous conditions that threat. Ouarles B.
and beautiful gift, coming as it Jefferson near Crow's Nest,
After that my heart and nervous systemwere cued Diarrhcea, Cramp, and Pain in t +
past week, has returned home. arise badly affected,so that I eoulO not do does from the citizens of Palatka. It "The a severe a.+ent storm.w... not marked by I the marriage of Miss Margaret Jefferson Stomach Sore Throat, Suddea Col *+.
Miller has accepted the Hollister I any I my own work. Our physician: gave me it shall be our mission to unfurl it when extraordinary features nutthe snow and I
rraudd .
son. ; j ajjhter of
school, having passed the required ex some help but did cot cure. I decidedto peace and harmony shall prevail will line WM well below ns." writes Dr. son,and Glen XcDonou;;h JOfIL"phJetfer-of New York. Used Externally, It Cures *
Hood's Soon I could S uey. "The storm broke furiouslyupon Cuts Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sprat. ,
amination. try Banaparllla. be well; should it be our fate to go forth I The ceremony was performed by the %
do all my own housework. I UTe takenCured tu wuhia a very short time after- Rev. Herman Paige of Fall River Toothache. Pain In the Face Ki <*>
and
There' neatnvm and finish in tbe : in defense of our home our country, 'I wards It WM the m st furious that : the form of the Episcopal church ralgia Rheumatism, Frosted Pat .

l"lIU5KL'Ullt: ; (:HE that is not and our loved ones, we will carry it asa .I' beat the snowciad mountain top for i employed. Among the prominent guests was l'fe.tiel.' rrrr .ft;ta;4 to sash mab-.-.

found in other make The reason they token of the love the respect and the I does many cwepS< crag nearlypenned.
are be best I. because we make more j solicitude we bear for those who remembered I For nx hours we were storm who were driven over from Gray Gable I IPaTlDaater ,w.'eatees: tedlm.ei .. tib. elar.er e, .
Ps1..Riu.e. w. Jur. a. ..... .
f&nl'&toow' how better and don'twa na 60 kmdlr. We thank I bound. Our food supply wa exbaasted N'il..r'. aV..d I'reves Fatal.CUAltLtsTON .s tli.g lb. ..eer..e s.C _.elf.$ .
and we suffered much. We searched good srt.ai.-45..n.a f D1ge.t1.A .
+'e any time in manufacture. That's Hood's Fills with Hood's Sarsaparilla, you, and through you the good people I for shelter iud at the summit locateda W. Va. Sept 28.-W. I vtthovt.p..dr lt.-M ser...-,toe*mtMoihmir p.bfamily.-f sb.a1 -
wh\ the was tow as that asked and have done much who have contributed the and I Wilwan. for > th. Pal..r. ,
price they<< me good. I offering raruUvk.e hot which afforded aslltrht paymaster: the Longsdale .r* .rpa..d .
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lUo"I. tk* a salLW.fsrit j n 4i uf
far common pantsMiss will not be without them. I have taken 13 the sentiment that cornea with its pre ( i...t.tfle to the ftetr U83 of theitvtnt Coal company, who was held up and t.--rpry+.. .
It ia.real..wax M a mMsa -.m.
bottles Hood's Sarsaparilla through which rare abnDr 0" tabbed of *XS80: while ,i ifmr .
l i.lL.t.: Thomas a bright littlejjirl sentation. ROWS from Sew. I a. as.dlet. k. lad a ,
the blessing of God, it has cured me. -- ---- --- all to Cliff T T> Saturday evening; to OatlaP Fetes.-iapt (rj.}
woo !s laboring for the support ofa X worked. hard. ever the past summer :j off the men. and who was hot by Day"the .,. ....rty a ..J..bl. 4MiH to m* ,

wuk w+ed n.n h.-r raid several children and I am thankful to Bay I am CITY TAX NOTICE. \, IWEAK ri1Er 4(t robber. Jo Thompson has jn!t died I m ,rb.c1a.aewa..r .t s.a' t th..r. .

w cru.in% the town with a well. Hood's Pills when taken with By order of the City Council of tie. arrest A heavy of revrar.l the highwayman has leo offered and the for th- 1ar.Iftade.b iI st1""4s rra.r:Ned km Da..d... eftq_. .. ....

series of u"ful, interwtuag and cheap Rood's Sarsaparilla help very much." City of Palalka, Fla.: CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. lice are in hoe pursuit. Thompson is pc
Mas.M. M. MESSESQEK Freehold I Victims d Lost Manhood should Mad at \
% Penn.
boots and as the cauw Reserving The city tax book for 1S95 will be pace for at book western desperado and it ia cot expecta .
This and many other cures that he will be is renting Wheel: :
prove thatwAalshoweasily captured aave. If WEverybo
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she will 1SOG.
we trust do a pro f erous busiIM closed October 1st, All parties capture
h,.r*. RlNi i. iu amiable little who have not paid are requested to do I fall xaaa.?quk>- vlreria i !, I alive lynching will bn inevitable. II I tbe Freneh Cycle Company, Let

so by that time. ; aDd pcrnt&oeniiyrcetorai. street I Palatka, FU. Their Wheel)*, -
lady, and should;109 call. we would HoodsSarsaparilla! MORGAN ; No man N.c-'e Uea4 T_ Hu rd r.r a Bal..
BENJ. E. aflerinRfroinweakness I!kept in such good order ant rr:t
suggest that the be.zi owcd to exhibit Collector. 'I eta *t- CHATTASOOOASept 2&-Manuel Ore4 blh.
i.I font to ignore this afy.4 Eclipse means gi "
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her eamplet. .I gory a negro, was shot while at
timely advice.
se111Vlleei4na,
Wheels They
PINE TAR SYRUP I Book telU bow to rob the house of Ernest
,ling
The World's Fair U Cull etresxth! de- mp'-I'
known citizen.
: relomaent and tone are Imparted to every The bullet
showed DO baking pow Is the ODe True Blood Purifier.AB tfr ists.|L ,'uicklCUte$ con 1rs and CoTdha rtl&n of the body. Seat with Dositivg red a distance of 13 feet, struck OASTOftSB.::

Prepared only by(X L Hood&Oa.Lowell,Mats.Hood's Peek's drusr store:ti ner Second and tsesledlfratoanyalaam floss gory in the head and flattened out as it "'fAt. -
90 pzre oreo great to teaBlag M'teuftJ'. anddata. Lemon stieel fet EIIE MEllCAL H..DUFFAL, lWT it had been made of paste. Tk negro I tin tnrrL
prompUJ
U not lHI.oul tnj< *d.A I I ..
fewer. the Roy? P1IIs ettecUv vni
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.OY ttf AFFdi s. './ Little Grains of GOLD DUST, Southern : .0.1 As informatio lantte C

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Editor Times-Het 51d. .. Tidy"thrifty -wife- attention to the fi

.' 'roImTOAL. Clean, contented household, Jt" are in effect to G

Its people at onetime were' nssoigt Railway. Re60r.a. TickelldaYDnlnand

progressive of the CauosMant
the most
{ ,
inch
reads lite rossisaoe 1GOLDDUT.WASHING ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
race. Its. history .a with final\ -euu'"a189G. t
T. '
and her achievements have beep do- .
THROUGH PULLMAN I Half rates do or chidrenbetween
nous. Now her people .t&n'-Md toil DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING I they of five

like sally slaves. Her debt_ is about CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES I twelrejers. .

-'5760,000,000. tIer principal holder of : .
t VESTIBULED TRAINS. FROM P AiA.To .
the debt is the House of Rothschild a1

trustee for British capitalists. In 1873, Port ;ampa . . .19.
POWDER. XO&TBuD 1t..8r. lfOBTB .L"lD WEST. 4.. .
at the req.ueat--not to say coeraienof 3. To St. Petersburg. . 10 00

To Clearwater. .. .. . . 10 00
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she was .. '
her creditors- put upon a finds a prominent place ia the heart and SS w se isV.

gold taft,. her bonds being reissued home of every thrifty, thoughtful housekeeper .AU TnI. .., V.8. :.. xw T To Tarpon Springs .. . 9 35

DaD7. Jams AU Tn.IM DaU7. and TI.rl" To Punta Gorda. .. . ... 1150
and made payable in gold, as they a' who once gives it a triaL A little M.tt Cta" Zip... .

wanted, last year to have ,our United j of this famous preparation In your To Green Cove Spr As. ... .. 180

States. bond. made. a water next cleaning day.will prove Lv J'ck'rrm.,Lc.LA......... 120 /4b pee aokaoe r. Q p P. 645 1 m sa To New Smyrna. .. .. .. . .. 3 SO

., Now bankruptcy slares them in\be Its vales beyond all farther d abt.: LwZr.r.tt.r.QP......,.. Ir sr3pm ereit there.... 120 110 amL To DaytOna. .. ... ,.. . ,. 455

face. In 1892 the King of."Portugal >Try it and enjoy rest comfort and 8.vaa's$ P.O.LP,....... M 113 r aco "ro ... .. b4l0 t To Oraond . .. .... .. 2 SO

happiness with thousands ethers. LTOoluabta.South'a..._... I Z I OO.m Cbatiuooga, .:... 9 566 pm asAt 2 .0
Ji To St. Augustine. . .
was forced to relinquish a fifth of his cbarbtt.S.ath'a........ Sap 121 Ciadosad. L C T lb T mdr

Income'and cut down expenses to avoid ;Tbs N. K. Falrbank Company, WeA g'a,9aatl'a........ 1 n 111 am d ateera 9O a To Brunswick .. .. . .. 7 75
p
'! S l3tea9,B*.Lela V wT"rk. .. .. am ......., "
7ii revolntlon. In 1894-5( the Hog #> .BaetenPhaadtpale.TO Ar Paltim orePiaRA.,...... 1 00 am sa pre Aa rLo.b eoatlerr 11 m pus .......... For information regaling schedules,

pawned the crown jewels London.It Ar Phna'phiaPa5B.B.,,....... /U S 00 sa M 1L Q M. L B 10 !0 pre............ etc., the public is req sated to call o

Ar N.wYort P.RR..... .. 2 n p S 10 m or write to Ticke ;Agent of As
1 .Portugal and her delegate to the Brussels any

monetary conference pledged to I rsala lb. "Lad .t sae aky. it.Ddir. $& Plant Syatem, or the nj .deAiitntIJ

vote with the representative of the ........... *1 M. JftLT.nieT .
of bimetalism. 6-0 s..e..b, ......?.. u p QUICK TIME TO ALL Division Pas gent,
United States in favor ootabSs. Southern.............. S 50 ..
Our minister, George William Carulh, 8p.rwL.Darg. ,E..t Tme.. a 1 N 4a am POINTS NAMED.' 'D(a, Fla.Feadaehe .
paCs.
C declared that it was the policy of the .. Ttao ,. S au po t.peed tis :Rlalnrtea ..... na

United States to maintain' the gold JOHN P. DUANEFOR Uilea' PAM PILLM. "Ona cent a doM."

standard- fortur&1aa: furious, and C&ort train learee Er r.tt for Brunswick a* f SO a. m.dally. Throuch Pullman ....,.,..
,., the charge was openly made In $the JaekaonTiUe 5.OncUaatl.Tla Aabyiliw County and City Directory.

a. ... Portugese Cortes that the United For full Information, apply to any, Agent of this great Railway COUXTT-OITCKBS:

fctates had betrayed the debtor nations System, or its connections. Jndte Criminal Court
pf Kecord-W. BWlce.
into 1h hands of unscrupulous : shioned .
capi .. 91d-F All-Pork Sausage; T.L TUB1<, W.K. GBEEDi, J. K. OULI', 8. H. HARD WIOEY. County Solicitor B.P.Calhoun.
talists.Today. I ..Pan Aga.. Oca.Sup.elstoadnf, TaD Maaar daft O a.Faac.AgtAUanU.Oa.,
Clerk J. N. BlackweQ.
: Portugal is practically bankrupt uS WaaBl3,ZXa WaaUa toa,D. Q Wsrhingtoa D. Q -
12:| CENTS PER 1VUD.5 Judge County Court-M.L Coze.
The. oeople are weil'nigh des- W. D. ALLES, i County Commlasiooers-T.. Thompson.

"perate. Industry lanquishes. Hope is Piaftda Psauagr Ass., Chairman> 8.J.Kennerly.CoIL ODchrtat John
WARE BIBS, 12} cea .. GEORGIA STALL-FED BEEF Bxrfr
and Revolution has I ( CunA.'t nj WM|87 Street.JACK8OKYILL& ITO. i U&II ock..Iob Harrey. Tfte Board meets th*
sickening dying. Mid '
15 cents. -1 J xoth. first Thursday la each month.

been barely averted once or twice; the .. x8ge. _'_ _. ._r Clerk Circuit Court-Joeeph Price.
people of the coul&tryare in the lowestdepths .. !'Kg8 AND-I OMPT DELIVERY. .. BherUT-John W.Hagaa.

of penury. In the cities the v-' County CoUector-Jrank C.Blanchard.
County Treanrer-B.L
LUienthal.
wages of labor are lower, than any .' WnatyAs.euor-W.lt. Williams.Bnperriaor .

where outride of Turkey and Egypt.So .- .... of Registry tlou..J.H.Jferryday.
I
we see the blessings of. the gold perfect holocaust) of women and hli.-1 Campaign Lpyofattseat.F.eoodDiariot LORIDA CENTRAL & EENINSULAR R, BOARD OP PUBLIC dSTRCCTIOX..
) '. l ** Dr. K. 8. CrUL ChairmanJohn
H.
Green
\ sUnflard: liars rtfugh t one Vf W cWnEf:1P 'aobmUlodani: again the The Democratic Campaign Commi& ... > ,. \ f, l I H.J.fowler. Thoa. W. Ralph Secretary.Jtaperlatendent .

frrdudest nations in. }Europe. ]to l>e ....try. 'teit&a,went :16woit. for. their cruel "itee of the Second Congressional Distract Board J'UbUo.wcncUoQ.
"nd deepair.t J' .. ; Thoa. W. Ralph.
.. <, 5 masters- .h4 ngUsh Dtousc ofRMbschild I after consultation with the State crrr orrciRs.

\ Egypt-i-ahother countrf ponvbasVs. 'who own a Jrnajonty.sonWlawof Excutive Committee decided that when Mayor-Georg J:.Gay
Ijt YOQ Tron7d' ittlN ._: 'WtfeB1he Both hUd be City aerk-R; H. Cooper.
llws t practicable appointments for the District Net Florida Northern Air Line
"-: future America one goaf' *'*** _. I" .1. .etiRritw- ifremier the present I Assessor-Peter Gardner.
'b5itow' should conform to' the dates and CoUector-Dr. B. I:.XTreannrGeo.
Ypn acteme tree planned and to- .. .
Welle(
the places named for the atate speakers
'Spoiling ExvpUans.1 officials areetUed all over Chief of I"oheX.I., Trj
,
agliylh in :
"):)'a1 .ot Sltkme l teStatetsampaign. And Florida Trunk Line i '
i3'debt,. 'I 'now'r00oi? The following'appointments are there Chief Fire Department

xold frotn: :the P&iU h Blue Book1"iJy .< j8Q.;; payahl@rlll..gola .. :na' .pot honesty fore node;aI which HOD. B. W, Davis,'

Keay JEejmboieajT'Mr. 1s an Englishman, well informed half of that, and was originally'! and Democratic other speakers.(faodWate> will' for address Congress, the, -. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT ,,.t1N'E. 14. 1500.Jl. '': k Company C GEM,FourtA CITY Bat 11

payable In Egyptian funds.! Every man H.M.DXMO3W
and of the honor of hiscounty people:
jealous ,
in Egypt Is a. serf, and all her products Fcrnandina "
: He quotes line upon line o,f Saturday 19, night .. :-.----.. vn a mnBEf
cotton,- wheat, etc go to England at, DeLand..Monday, *. 2811 a m ... .!:;- !:t o .. : o .5...; .tillQ -. EVOLKXT AND (

official documents, and his book is one gold prices.to.pay.Interest. Palatka, Tuesday, 'I 29r 11 a m : Q g.Q;;C pa g;P: xoanaax room. f Ii a;; Ii a w:p i 0tOOf :ai= XAHOXI4Palatia

of the most damning arraignments The Egyptian gold ptandard reDre- McClenny, Wednesday, I' '80,11 a m Lodge, Jfo.S4

ever made of the acts of a Christian Kisstmmce, Monday, Get 5.11, a m p s. IlIOp ...e Ly..J& ..1'W..Ar .O4 ...... lOOp 140p lase245p pint and ThirJ Monday
acute one of the, most stupendous Madison, Tuesday, 13.11am uSp s nup ....\. LT..yalee..... .. 1fa1...... IUp II P _.:. Tao ..,

nation. It fir surpasses; the acts of, crimes in history. The labor of the Jasper, Thuman15,11 a'm .11211..... .S20p asp tor.a'3OItM y lisp sip -........ ,... ... erett.......... ...... fnp: ...... 1 t u WAL D'HOMA3' W,
the Pbariohs towards the Hebrews, fellaheen is performed for seven cents Gainesville, Saturday, 17,-11a m ... .. .. .. ...... ":x,pJII f ...... .. .... _..BnuaeW1Ck..L1' .-.t'7. ...... ...... ..... ...... LOUIS TALK,
and makes those far off' by Cove Mon 19 ...... ...... is itp iff HI5p ......I ....8anIlDab..L.. 02& ..... 433p ...... Uta
oppressors: I Iayapd'yet Egypt his been under a 1 Green Spnng ;11 a m ...... ...... 1226p 1125p ...... LT...Savannah. .. .Ar ... I 532 ..... 42.p ...... ..... Putnam Chapter,NoK.A. liWMeeU Ba
comparison seem like kind} hearted Orlando"Wednesday 21, 11 a m .... .. ..... IC7pISRa II 120a.. .... AI.....alrtu.8. C,LAr .. .. lOa .... 2.2Op ...... ..i.. cad and rourth Monday ightwW.
gold standard for about twenty years. Ocala Friday, "* 23,11 a m ...... .., .. ... .. SOOaS13a ..... .. .August,Ga ..::,......I ...... ...... ...... ...... .
";,. gentlemen. I ask any thinking man Ja reading this book de- u ..... ...... 117p 23 ..... ..Denmark.BO.. .. .... ..... !S2p92Sa ...... ...... A5DE&SOX,H, P.
man can Starke, Saturday, 24, 11 a to ,..... ...... 413p 0 o i 400a .. ** .Colambia.SC. M .... 2315.'... .. 11116& ...... ...... THEO ANDRRSOc eecetary,
+who wishes to know the .h nest .truth feed its cruelties and shameful frauds, Fernandez, Monday 26, night ..._ .. ....Fo'C. t. .I...... "JSpartanbnrr.8 C." .. .... : .... ...... ...... ......
-for the book U not the author's opinIon date be fixed. .._.. ... ...i2 !s ItBp ...... .AahnUHIoNC.. ... .. U! .... ...... ...... ......
and it seems to me that'no intelligent Jacksonville to ...... ..... 1I2Opi:5' S nsa ........ .. :..Ch riott ,N C." ..... 11 ..... ... ,.. ...... CouncO of It.A 8. ML paUtkn 'o MeeV
but copied from the official records E. S. CHILL, C, B. ASULET, .,.... ...... 'asp, tl)1Oa .. .... ..Salisbury,N C. ,...... PI...... lilT ..?_ ......' foorjh Wodneeday Inelch month.X. .
man wading it. can fail to sell that the Chairman. Secretary ...... ..... oI-'lP Qua 12(1.p ...... .6.,Gte.aabtwoNC. ..... ....'. -IOU ... ..... X.: USKXLL T. t C. M.
j -to secure this book and read IL ji; Mae destiny awaits us and other .... .....::12o0p ?I I3Op.. .... ....DanTille.Va..." ..... 1 utiI'!......, 5WaJ00 ...... ...... W. P. ANDKB8OX,j jPALATKA
*. these brigands the every ..... ... .. Isw* 6HS35p> ..... .JUchirond. Va. ...... I2iap\ [!.. ...... .... ..
money ever get nation if we do not waken from our .... .. ...... .... .Lnchbar Va.It ...... .*)WJEfl-..... 340aisaa ...... ...... "
.?; debts of the United States put into ...... ...... .335. &:.= = 1IOp ..... !..t'harlottesVtlei.MBaltimore. ,.... ..... ...... ...... COMMijtOEBT. Wo. /. K.?.
; lethargy. Once in the coils of this S. E CHILDS. ..... .... .42a I! i!. t top .. .... ...WlUlbln D.. .. .... .:.....'I 43a20p _.. ...... Sr. Ki E.K.HARKXLL: ,K.a
hundred year gold bonds-and secure, ...... ...... SMaHj1023a ; It Up23a ...... I .._. .... .. ...... ,425':: '( ... ...... ...... 8r. KUT. B. ANDEtsoX,
demon infernal, one might ar well ...... .. $ac; Sees ..... ..Philadelphia.. M .. T 2os:...... SUp430V>: .. .. .. Recorder.
as they seem to have nearly done plead to, ..Clashing anaconda. These ... 12 Up) 0 .. ...New york..... ...... 1215j5OOp'> ...... ...:.. ......
already-the control of our courts and( men grow rich from an4 through the I PIANO.FORTES __ ;.._ loop 3 cop ...... ....- oa\OD......" ...... ....? l(.,ea....... ...... fourth Order Thunders of the K:*of.uS each Star month.-Xeett third and I

would be 'cLAWTY.w. M.
as desperate XiJlfr..L
army our case debauchery of courts and rulers, as .1 Al o throogh Sleepers Tampa and New York. MAUDE: v. ,
and hopelew as that of the Egyptians.I $ K and 88 carry throorh Htoeper between JacktoiiTiUe and T m|>a tad New York. All of aboTe m Maaunie Hall, comer Lemon I
procures pro*a with through, the debauchery Elegent Through flay cache* JaduaavU to Cbarlelt on Ko*. 33 read 36. and front."" "
do hope that every man loving 'his And ORGANS.PIANO
of girls! Will Americans put o.
t 0. r.
country, every Christian loving Christ themselves into their clutches? God
'. .will consider these questions. You CTXmSATI-JACKSONYILLt' HOLLY 81"RL-'OS KGUTE. Pioneer 1.odp.1iv.23, L O.O.-Meeta erery
forbid. TONING A GREAT SPECIALTY. --* -- If I To 8e.'t.owJ._ Chicago,SIOUX Tuesdaynlght. L. C. STCPBCCS. G.
.. owe It to yourselves, to tour children Some -of the which the .- Chicago Toledo. -. J I City.I T. W.IU.LPH. Secretary.
countries If..
tl? i o o I Detroit.CleTeland c: rLouiSTUle fiw: M I Xo.88
to your country to your God, to put Rothschilds and associates in crime- da dV.s y: Nash- d3i! cS -- Uembera of the fraternity when vesting the|

aside all party prejudice and come, to Mr. CHILDS was traveling salesmanand xA za Title and Indian- za I xA 85OpmLv..JSCkeoavnb..At: ... .. '00am city are Invited to meet with..
for it isjnothing else have by>> persuasion t b spoils, b "{I..roILT > tlaDta. LT 10 Sops
; lj I
.. II*'PIDLT.... ...Klnuiughuu..., ...LT 2Mpa
the of the whole human
rescue race. tuner for twenty for P. P. KXIQHTS Or no oR.
or bribery or coersfon forced upon a years SUpmLT.! ... .11011,$pdngs......t-T Taoam:
,.The 'reading of that work will con Werlein's great Southern music houseof 150pmJLT.Jukeonvnhi.A I 00am ...... TlfiamLT .. .s, ulGiL1' T Harmony Lodge, So tVC7-Xerta rime and]
gold basis. X. R. PRESTON.: 8 JOa .... .... .
New Orleans. Mr. Werlein madea Beam 0 OOp SfiOpmji.T Xhietgo .LT 1 35pmTaoain! Third Wedneaday the month.
vince you that Shylock Aver! has been, soars tJ3pmAr.E1'ereU. < 40pm LT.... .....Dubuqne,........LT184Opa
.,. .
.Macon.LV 11 27p10B5a ;
public assertion that Mr. Chllds was 44Sp: 260am AI 80pmT50p TOOam,Lv ... ....Rloax '1ty ... ... L. oopm VT..H WARRKX,Dictator. j
.
..never will be,. ever wishes to be any. NOTEI wish to add here that no the beat piano tuner in the city cf Hew SBOam LY..A Ar .Atlasts.Lv tlaDt&..... .. 835pm130pm TOOasaepmUW LT... .Binntnghawt I l p.. J. B:DOXNKLLT,Reporter.
'UOam
lOOOp _... .... ...... ..
I** )JeOltobla. Lv SauamTbroogh
.
,, ; _thing but a heartless, cunning brute; man has higher respect' for.the English Orleans. 4 Wa. i235pmAr Chattanooga SaopmlAf'miTOOa ... KannacCitr. .... .... IOIlOanl LO..r.

% who will stoop to anything and stop at,, 'ruler and nation than I do* Queen "Mr: GUILDS keeps the best and .... .. r 5Opm I ....Atiaaca.... 130pm -- -- St.JohD.1.odco.No.8, K. of P.-Xeeta
Cheapest Pianos ever sold'in the South. ...... 'Q6pm.AT Chattanooga..CincinnaU. T45pmSOOpmJ SlOrNoa. Puianaa Skeper between Jaekaoa- every
s nothing so he but gets his pound .of Victori i noble'woman wife Thursday! e. B. W. C
a as -Headquarters at RYAN'S Mammoth ...... TUam Ar .. 830p and CincinnatiASHIV1LLK. BUrr. C.
flesh. They outlined these Egyptian mother ruler, CerUtkn. The misses House JrurnUhlnsr Emporium, ,No. 37 ----- J.CalformRank B.DOYcRLLY r.ofP.K.R N..4..itwpl II
for drlDi
bonds by.fraud and treachery and for of her people are noble like herselfto I Lemon atIed.RUldence 86 and 55 carry threneh Pull- ROOTS..Between erecT Second and fourth Wednesday nights at

nearly .double. ,the ;amount loaned. my mind ,the grandest nation of and Musical Conservatory and man Cincln sleeper tL between Jacksonville Jackaonrllle and Cladn&ati.SCOpm : Armory. J. K.LUCAS 8r. KU Captain."

"They bribed or bought the courts f they people on the earth today, or for that -'First l\reet.leeoud door.fro=JdcLai.t LT... ackeoUTiu..r.i i onTgo JEaSC:E.BURTZ,8r. Kt. LwoUJMPEOVO
store. No.38'sconnection carries sleeper; !l pm LT.WTaIUl&b..1J. 453am830pm
collected from 12 fo 26 per cent inter matter at 'any time past or pre .ent. PALATBA FLA. t(kam; AT' .._. .Cnlnmbit... .. .L1'' brae
Atlanta to CbatUnoogK.
le.'IaDI .r....,.,.Ppartanbarir. :Lr ORDER OP RKT MIX.
.jest they robbed the Khedive of alljbis Bat..tfee-Hoaae.j>t Q1.becluid.baa its Passengers can remain at Chaitawnootfa 13 4Spm Ar .. ..Herdersonrtll..L.3arpm.... } O&SIUUrll&Jts TU...No. uprophet, C. Lj
... ............ ...
.
laurels and tiled steal his until 7 140p Are A. ter413psAr..HotApd.p 2 t'p Rowtoni D. Uehlrttner. LunixJ
i crown to there its start In sleeper a. m. j..f
t.; headquarters making WAll.FitO1 .,.. Senior Sacamore; Jeff Kagan, a aH
household furniture; they bribed the I when England was straggling with LING Close connections for Chicago and 725pm Ar .... .K."nil ... ....L.PIlOOaat ore; W. &. Nugent. Chief of Reoorda; HeD
12I.ua \t ... .... 1.e5.rgn.........l.TJ043am Merwin Keeper of Wampum.
;*Sultan .01 Turkey, to whom (he Khe- France in a war lasting from 1797 to all W et err points T lees Ar... ....XlocinnaU.........AifSOOpmfi ( M..rta first four Monday sights in each mont

s'ive of Egypt abject, with a 000. 1815. Like ourselves she fought Napoleon Visiting bnhr/soordivtamedtoattend.

-OW pound sterling bribe, nearly five .with paper-fiat--money, and &! Cia [Lallfijl''EONT : 1= 11 Na 1 South aad Rest i 9.rk1.. aid New Cot Tea.: I': G. A.R.
and I y ad 14 aid ...
.
Veteran Pat IX f 1 1Me pled
irfaittion dollars ,lo aid them to fastem a like us, the Sbyloek .faUen off her 1 Dsil Orltaae.745amLT \ ,Many. I>aUj. ..ra the third and fourth Departnent Thursday at bta. '

>.debt upon the Egyptians of J3fl0,000 nlsfiWtoees. This House of Roths ST.*, PALATKA, FLA. ........I ; .............Fernandina..... .... ....Ar ........ 325pm,-e-: Post Room In second scoryCrlirs L. Coouaander.wlock.O .
of I ( ,........ s ram L..CaU&bD. ....... ....Ar _...... 3. Spu* :.: FOX.
It -.000, 1115,000.000 which ,was without child rules capitalists al.they hope First-clftfta work guaranteed. en en .(opus SlSam.l.T.........._..JackaouU............ Art, TfiOamflfiam 344'm' 003r CBi : W.8.5CGENT.Adjutant

any value' received absolutely .I to rate ours aad 'us. These are they Work done on short notice. oc4 ..s.s:: ::: 1015i II 3 pm>m 1118kmU t Ar.................Baldwin.Utark................LTt.*. i i. 1 ft 17am44uam i S1m S_ NATIONALevxATLa31TYGem

tolen. The minimum. of interest who are spreading like a pestilence en 4'' slam 11 bID "....... ...Waldo....... ........- J Wpm :!:.=
,spas to Hating recently purchased the Lanr 12 13 ctnl the maximum Denmark .Tur
| per ,over'Portdgal-, Egypt, 8c .ted.r T i is ,
dry of Sam Lee, those holdiug ticC its JJMntn130am SSOpiDUSSam ::::::::::::::Hawtborne Key :::. ::::::::* 'a nssit1l3pi Hall. over Times-lierald I"rmdIoc Office, at

}J2C| per cent. key, Iddiaaud, hoping to sweep us for clothes will present them to LING 124pmIWpm "................ ... .......!. 3 o9sm'1145pe' w clock p. m. second Wedne day in
..=:: : "........ ,. ... ......." .. .... 11- .
On March 2.1, 1877, a batch t>! Eui3cje&:7ualed into her net. J. R. P ttho". WAU, Front St. 'Q .1! .811 Cltra"f .f. month R. J. RILES Guarl &ll
tail'arram 23pm "....... .... .......... 14.1&111
to aid .in! forcing the CRESCENT CITY FLA., Sept.*? CD ::s ctS I.... .... ........ ................H.__ .. ......... ... ........., ....... H B C.LAXXUfO, Accountant
.
i.63am JsJpm: ................Wtidwrod.1201periSbkm/ S"
Z' t ei fiom th* people and to this I FRY$ c.o" 3 loos SMpm ...Leenbcrg .... .IO 3&pi i stem 03IDaflj
A Timely R .la4tr. o I. : j:I seem; 424pm843pm ::::::::::::..:..TaTart. ::::::::::* ;{ 1 4rtwu| :team
batch alone the Egyptian* pay 5177500 ,- .. ::: 0: ieam, .. ....... Orlando .......... t "j>in 5t
aalariea. and -tke cry Each season forces upon our const1*fII. Sk ED3eriet < ) 0 !t.. ... S20om ...............WtDterl"ark... ... ...... 1'1?.?...{ 14.\) \ Cfn !:D. POULTEYPURE
per annum + ........ .. ., ... .
The .. Slant 409pmSKaml .bt.. >atlKrt .. ...- 1044pm.. g sen ;:-
atilt they comeandt the present tion its peculiar peri1a.to)1e&th. ae.b grow ._ ,,... 3OIJ111 "........ .....LvmneHee ... ....... leifpin .MamDadeCItj w
it advent of fall finds many reduced it p.yl.gccops Ykrt..twsdSn.ottesRnt.t .1.. a) I 44Apm; ".............. .... ........ ." ,Mip i 841lanttlty aaa-
day Egypt is paylns, perhaps !U safeto iie..lode ctS S4am! 84ipm|) ". .. .......... .... ..... *. : i;' 74JamTampa
half -mrilion dollars per an- strength and vigor poorly preo-rwl t tag is.,,,l,1 M ep.ac.is Rr.w C N\0 d I I team|! CS&pmS ,, ......w...j. .... ........M ': ac'pmf' 10'.B yi! aT =. BRED STOCK;
say, a tat revrt+ l+eei.. Ih.s.r..dltMm.rw7wb S ....
"41 ,
continue the business life. The eto ........ .... .
who there to rw Writ.kcFEfRY'S C: i t l&am LT..Jsekws.tt. 1 Wsa' 813am.5ewOrlean : >)
nnmto Europeans are .- CD 1s 4apm II ftomp5 F..............LakeUtjr........ .... ', 936amS 3 4Opa .tI'-l rI' DABBED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
force taxes from her people. They mash and bowels, the great highway u V- 0 1213am,ttUpmseoam ..... >.......Lh..o..k .... .. .. ." 4.a&.m l.wm! ::;i ;"
seize animal economy, is especially liable t SEED ANNUAL c--- I. 113J.m. ...... .... .....MaC !oeRt. 4'>aosITtom' i&jau ..1Ia BROWtfand WHITE LEGHORNS,
collect a in advance 4acnmi > .MoetSorOs ,loam
pfwn Scar 2.'vpta630am'
disorder io the fall. The l1trvoul"Yth O tbt 1S9ft. Br1aafal of tluabl.omra..t .- > ctS I' Sao,ni; :::::: ::::::.Ta141ws..:.:: ::..... .: 14-m' S2Cps ;. 1;' EGG for Hatcdmsj si l3-t tlre:
the men's crop or pmonal property, : sea aouot bwe sad ww.er O O .... ....I 4 30pm! .... ........ Qniner .. ,. ...'" .I'41aAH.. ... ... r. per
has also"wrfered In the struggle. 1yphoid ..........River .. ..... ...
vain the Khedive pleadsfor o .e' ire. br m.u. ------\ I tryst I Junetkon ;UOtani a aa. etunif, 12-50: five settings f 4.Fowls .
,
all he ha u In fe'er.aDd malaria in 0. R FEatt a c0.. TLroarh Pnllman: *fpm ".... .........,.1......... .. ...... ." Obupm..... QtsieepenJ.ckao.vtnef :' ;
the taxes must .p'nculIfiDd 106am I Ito ..MOWk... ...... .. .. StSpa, .
his people, saying In the fall thai combination tlNraal8ei. >ew Orleans. | 73S m' : ::::::::::. .. :: :. t ,4 sr.:..:::: shipped at single express tate{
be wrung from the people by the saleof earth, air and"water that mark (hisser > -U.so---

their land and catUe. The Egyptian ran M especially dangerous. The fa '. DEoSICATXD: FISH,

officials were oo the verge of slarvation In; leave' tbi decaylot vrjr- .M*!" nt'tf1'' Sunday. tOonneeooai at 1'arfor 8ttxmbarg.. tlaaatc* RITE r and Key MEAT MEAL and
eoattibutetbeir hareofcootarei"Hood's "'".. PINE TAR SYRUP; Rest and llanna neameta. ateamnaD&uV tot all p> nb> tm M nattw rUer. At t>Urfc.
and at last an insurrection i began for LaCm* Waldo ateamer for Meln.. Conn eta at T"'llnh.nr.for St. Marks, Carabelle MICA CRYSTAL GRIT
SampanUa furnishes B .eM and Apala'' roM Connect at Rim Jnactkn for o.a&t&Jaooca&IY'eI' ateamera. Connects
.to foment. England tent .her Iron valuable safeguard at these it. 11 6FiM1 %l sly cures Coughs and Coldlsa I Uealafor a 4 ba Write:for jrices to
and bombarded Al- All lIP checked from CnJonDrpot. Tkkeu win e told at the city ticket cfflce, .
clad war steamers noiotsand shouidbense1 \\n-bo 'ee1.'. drug store,xoraer Second and 202 Hogan well.at the Union Depot ticket oftee. ?jC: n lILLIE
xmndrU, turning most of her noted before fcerida. *ickc $$ ha laid 7vt. J. EL. MARaUAlOjri ... D. ,
low.* t.emon streeu. Ticket Agent Vt Weal By street,former loganJnek oaTDle,n ol Interiacheo, Fla.
buUdlnn and libraries, and making a I.s.PL'NEiGTOYTma: MaasSsr. A.0.YaCDWCLL.Gee.RSS.Ag/at.
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to take a gold d<1'ar and bey silver aid "
T.: & 1C. W, Trams.
have it Coined into two dollars with full Tuft's Pills '

legal tender, don't you know they, w. A. Li vingstorI8HJEADQUARTER8 -.


CoI1sIllnp11oI1! !! In would the country.be the worst Their"silver fortune linatlcs', would' Cure All -' FOR BARGAINS IN f. C 000. 6PUTJI.. .

be doubled at y
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use once.J.. N. OvzvLTr: Liver Ills.Doctors Train 23 arrives PaatkaJO:50! a.u: .. ., ;
thousands of hopeless casts ban been already C < : ; mm AID lUSE-FUaiilSHIiG U CODas leaves 10: 5 a. m. daily. I

permanently' cured. So proof-positive am I I Ir AD cb1ste sail Dr,JfDr'If' N..1'Iutea Say; Train 21 arrives Patatka 11:25 p.m.; 1
t itS power that I consider it my duty to
urul two JoIt1n fret to those of your reader DEMOCRATIC APPOIXTMEKTS.... Bilious and Inierpiittent Fevers Handsome*.Oak Cbaaaber Suits,cheaper than;has ever been sold n Falati leaves 11.30.p. m. dafy.oorxo : :,
who bare Consumption,Throat.Bronchial or ,Hardware, Stoves, Tinwars, Glassware Lamps and Crockery, at lower OKTU. ;
Long Trouble they will write me theli A LUt of P*.. tVhcr Meetlnct are Expeetcd which prevail in miasmatic districts > ..
Traio'32 arrives Palatka 5:00x.
and address. Sincerely, to tH ld* m.;
T.express....ttOCUM postofiice U.C.:m heart tt..Ikw Tort The Campaign Committee of the are invariably accompanied la fact YOU will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at aa, leaves 5:03 a. m. '.

ff 7b.hPcu..rrw.AYD' LditarM1..d Bad.f*-_ 1I..tUoIiI I ropu.itio.. State Democratic Executive Committee by derangements of the and Polite all times.attention'and satisfaction guaranteed.Cornar Train 78 arrives Palatla 4:45 p. m.; .
leaves 4:;;0 p.m.daJPTrains 1
has issued the following circular Stomach Liver and Bowels. '
lemoaoand Third Streets 21 and 3't carry Pullman
CAUSE EFFECT. with the that all demo
""t"-- request The Secret of Health.The ,. Sleepers.

Xtfitor Tim..1 n1cL cratic papers in the State copy the liver is the great "drivingwheel" : Nice Roller! Top 'Cherry Desk and an Iron Saf{E .. ws'
lUh ]I and the Informed of Only the sufferer kn "mlsery
In jour issue of September same keep public. in the .mechanism of FOR SA.LX.B QAlS ,
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Sarsaparilla
of but Hood's
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dyspepsia
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find an articUa under the above caption. the appointments. '
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man, and when it is out of order ., cures the mo,.t stubborn cases of this ,
I think it ne d. a little airing. The State candidates and other speakers ; : z

Ibe first! ratio established in the will address the people of'the Stateof .the whole system becomes de- We will Self! You a f .disease., ..: .... .--a .

United Stat s was 15 to 1, or a coinage Florida at the'following times< and ranged and disease is the result.Tutt's -- -- -
places: ,
flue ef 1574-5 per oz. of silver com- After the opening meetingnf August Pills PIANO ORGAN .
Pied with \old. The European ratio 4, 1800, there will be two parties of Liver or Henry Vaughan

was' !;l 1, or a coinage value of speakers engaged in of the Slate in cam-each Cure all Liver Troubles. For less money than any house in the Southern States. We will deliver .,
The speakers .
$1331.3 paign. names
t oz. steamboat ,with com- '
landing
railway
it aUrour nearest. depot or>> --DF.ALE2IN-
In 1 the United States changed to pay ia attached to tbe-list.a following: ,-- J plete outfit, and subject to trial jn ynur own house,and if not pertectly ,

....... 16 to 1 ratio, or f 1.29 per.oz. Notwithstanding September 2-Leetarg.nUT LIST.11 am.. 4 satisfactory we will pay the ll'f'lght.both: ways. We have. Oak and "- :

these different fixed September 28-DeLjwd,11 a m. Save Bargains aagSSSSSSSnm Pianos' and Organs :
values by different countries, the price September 29-PalaLka.ll a m .
September 80-Green Core 8prtngt.ll a m Paying which have been rented or taken in exchangeon; new instruments
of silver had never been
per ounce J'
October 1-15t.Augustine.11 a m
above the highest value nor below the October 3 and tUUhaaMe. Doctors' hu w. will maka tile tTwItbout'teeeh nl tb4Ii ey wUa1'JOG can Stat,Music I it t Half prl Pine Wood

lowest value placed upon it by these The following gentlemen have been .Write us. > u"

countries.N invited and some of tnem will address Bills BY THE CORD OR CUT AND l'

W.1 would impress upon our the people at the above. places on the Freyer & Bradley Music CoJACKSONVILIE SPUT. '.

minds that over-production in silver dates given: W D Bloxham, W Jfbheate D BOTANIC ., : GrOrden for wood may>be left

has caused its decline in value. In 8 Pasco, C M Cooper, W D BID BLOOD BALM i 24 Forsyth. St., and FUATLNTA WfUer"Co's Store and will receive
1889 the output of silver in coining Chipley. R A Burford, E S Grill, B H .i./r EW. Bay St., prompt attention. sep8

value for the whole world was $120- Palmer, D U Fletcher P Fleming, THE GREAT REMEDY GA. AND CHATTANOOGA, TENN.Ripans eoDO
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000,000 sold 8106,000,000. Both increased Charles Dougherty, H C Uacwlane.F FOB ALL.. BLOOD......AND SKIN DISEASESSCROFULA. '
L.rd m.
1[ ter .pJt 'Y
of B Carter A W Gilchrist F E HarrisG __p.r- ...1..p' ,10 MN
the ,
till 1896, when output ,..., .M ..i..lr ... YOU WISH TO SELL
each stood silver, $220,000,000))( ; gold, E Eoberson, Frank Clark,O J Per- ....- ULCERS ECZEMA. --= -a=, """ -=a:

(203,000,000), and Tor the past fiscal rinot, W H Milton, J B Jones, L C RHEUMATISM, CATARRH, ERUPTIONS, :

year, silver S225.000.000, sold *226> Massey, T M Palmeri J B 'Chri. t1e. ..en.-4 all S._KOKCS..* *r ft IATIMO.li "7 M srtiADTxe tk. kwi h.M are...{i Tabules.DlseiM Florida
Alfred St. Clair Abrams;Jefferson B Mwl. IMI_mw .6.M M ......a. FrtM fl f*iI .,
000,000. I <.. TkMUM M IX T*MM ky"r If the accumulation of pilver would I Browne, D II May. SENT FREE wrci Th'rEEI. .. : .
BOOVD LIlT. FLOOD BALM CO.Atftnta.C*. earnest with slight symptoms, which whtd .
its value the accumulationof oomoionly on
depreciate I September 2S-Df FnnUk 11 a 1D ... ?
"' Property
,gold would depreciate its value. I September 2s-Cre.trtew.11 a.m*. neglected Increase In extent and gradually grow dangerous.

The amount of each mined in the September 28ltoo..nigpt If SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, DYS ,
September-Mffligan,11 a mSeptember you Tale RIPANS TABOLES FOR CASH OR" ANNUAL"PAY-
of America INDIGESTION, -
PEPSIA
world since the discovery PenMcoU,nlghL or
MEXTS or exchange it .for qtr or
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(coining value) is, gold $8,783,467,400. October. 1-BloanUtown.11 A m s If 'IU 1-.1h..I'H. JHraTO.or Take RIPAHS TABDLES Far 'I
North haveparties'
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silver !10,357,814,100. Now. take into The following gentlemen have been h A DISORDERED LIVER, |Property' in the

consideration the fact that there are but invited and some of them will address If I..r-cawpt.EXiox( : H s11'.. Jp Vfl RIPENS TA8ULES "who will buy or exchange. .U
abut four billion dollar worth of each the people at the atavcr places*Vi the scrrca BisTBm iriKB Iditi prices are right. .

available for then the amountsof dates given: W II Reynolds, W B rot orrUSIJI aRE.\T1I ..et ALL DISOKDIJ.'i Address, giving locatian,description,
RIPANS TABULES
money Lamar,Geo P Bane W S Jennings, 4)F tRe 'tOI1CR. Take desirable features price,etc.,
each used in the arts has been- P C FWher,J F Wel&nie,Syd L Carter ,
gold Deari, ,OOOoooOOO.silver nearly ,J E Uartndge, PT Myers, Daniel Ripans Tabales act: gently bat promptly upon the liver stomach I OTIS JONES,
$6,500,000CpO. Less than half of each.La f. Campbell N B reward, John S Beard, and Intestines;,cleanse the system eff ita illy; care dyspepjla; h,bi- 131 53d Street, Chicago,
Robert Bullock, Robert McNamee E .tual constipation offensive breath and hevlash*.. One TABULR taken f r. eell-lm or Satsuma, Fix.Plaits'.
sd
i>een us as money. 4I-Tr1aT"J T ,,"'Us.J C Johnston, G C at the Qrst indication indigestion, biliousness,dizziness,distress after
The stand aid silver dollar contains UaiUn. ti P Calhonn. (s L Fildes eating or .' pr 8Slol1 of spirits will surely and quickly remove the
371 i grains jure silver, the' trade dol- T L Clark R F Rogers. ,J H McKlnne, whole difficulty.

lar 378jgrait 1 sjnirft'! > ,H+at. N. W. says D L GaulJen. W 'R Carter, A,M WI1- Ripans Tabales are prepared from a prescription widely used by f Sirailerry !
tslkmeon B BlJ>ckweU. R L Auderon -
it wasnol uppoeed any'tme'Vrwil STANTON I HOUSE most by
,S IfMaHoTy,'' kcWilllams. ; R the best physicians and presented. in the form approved
want to coin silver at a loss because A Burford. -- D, J, JOKES..Propr ,modern science.If >

the silver in the standard dollar was W. A., BAWLS, Chairman. Two minutes walk from the Central Depot given a fair trial Ripans Tabales are an Infallibe curve they qon- FOR SALE. .

worth more than 100 cents. Does any J. C. CooPER,Secretary. RATES, $%.00 PER DAY taro nothing injurious and are an economical remedy. o

one suppose that because people were CHATTANOOGATENNBENJ. J have for sale three hundred..thousand -
too smart to put 371} grains into a.do- ONE GIVES. BELIEF. NEW and IMPROVED SEEDLING -
lar that they would be such fools as t.o STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
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) that put 378 day Indee4.grasps mnit have into one been? "People silver linatica" In- CHILLSMORGAN'S' P. CALHOUN, oenU A byRipans quarter cross box will be sent. poStage paid,on receipt of. fiO Priet.Address, t t per, thousand, f. o. b.


There has been great deal of silver Chemical Co. E. II.: HILLYER,

coined since '1873, but has it been; IMPROVED CHILL TONIC ATTORNEY A AT LAW F sep5-2m Brookljn.PALAIKA ,'Fla. .
shown favors? Uas.lt been treated
any SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. 10 Spruce Street, New Ybrk"N.Y.
has The "Sherman act" of IU.a true Cblll ,
at gold CUrelaeomflllatJoa..th .. -
liromem CRTLX.BLOCK tot a toTaiatka.
1890 provided for the heaviest coinage I UverToaica ail When property takes n Ttr .ftM14a. f.33-tt Local dragjflsts everywhere will supply the Tabalcs If requested to do |i iThep
*tocare the
most otwtlaiu CM of Chillsand 8OJr.
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are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save many Doctor's fi
in our history,yet it was stabbed twice Frnr. Wfcere otberajall will cmr*. :

by the same act. 1. It provided for iajaratbeiio It!.ptea ant( .to t delicate take and*,contain Un. DaUe.Uk motblne to* E. d. HASKELL L.-\-- .. .::r.b-T.I: ,;,. &.J-I- + : .

the purchase of a limited quantity. 2- It.asUr. A.a Tonlo It U without aa squat; ;

It permitted the demonetization of Gra.tee4 Price,50 cent by yo per-r bottle.VOIQT dnvrtoC. Z: .a w -y E R I

" silver by private contract. Adi to t.hist.le : &: CO., Chattanoota,Tenn. ,
on the direct line $
discrimination against silver by The Little Putnam Saloon
Secretaries Foster' and Carlisle, and is GUARANTEED BY AtC DRtf evening Office bon 6 to 8.a: 9 a, m.to 5 p. m., and I of travel between] .'

it to be wondered that the "Shermanact" _GISTS_ Office moved to Second street, next .. ,
was termed a mere make-shlftl? door to Methodist Church.John : New York '1'I

Is it any wonder that herman would Now PALATAA. FI.oxmA.' Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped I .
have voted to repeal it the next davl ReadyFOR -

The passage of the herman::; .act" I -
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did, however raise the price of silver ..., J Little -WITH-.- .. f HavanaFacksoaville
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from 93 cents per ounce to $1.21, andthat :- A.ll'ie.. Latest and Most Improved Bad FixtEtes "
inside of thirty days, yet it was + : h e

raining llvef as'hard then as it ever -DXAUB IN- A Finely Assorted Stock of : ..'V'LA..e
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has since In Jane, 1893, the mints o I
India were closed to silver,and in three 1m, WAN, Bier BMM&tle Aid lijjrtri Cljrs.. Ti!4:;+t Etc., Etc. J
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Ales Wines Liquors ...
ounce.days the The price miners fell nineteen must have cents struckit per Fall Planting1 C :SjBKieBK-a;: :IFiecxF- t Tampa and

rich during those three d'ra. i And CIGARS. Lemon Street, ti .Z' .latka, Fla ,

Any one who will take the troubleto I West",

lookup the ratios in market values 016 BEBQEX ST., BBOOKX.TN, N. V a .,,: .Key. q
before 1873 and -- --------- --,.--FECKS
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of silver gold : : I"
since,and compare them,I do not see We.bave*limited apply of fine budded Take Bergen Street Carat the Brook qRailway. : :.
other Orange Trees one year old,on soar yn Bridge; it passes the door., : .,.'. ;. .
how any one could come to any and tnfoliata stock,3 years Old (budded Always pleased to receive. my la.latka "lit i' .< *. *' ;-
conclusion than that the depreciation frieo ,.a. .., ,
low) < zRP15- .. >,$.- .
of silver has been brought about by AU oar nursery stock hvin;been J I llndA. .' .:" : .
anything else than adverse legislation.I banked last winter, trees are now in a i r' .0' 0 ; : Souk r. '
condition., :
thrift :I. Hi. Purcell >.
have no objection to gold as money, Following varieties guaranteed true o' ; Line ." ,.t..:
I would not wish tt demonetized, depredated to name: '
,driven out of circulation, or Majorca, v Jaffa, ATTORNEY .*..' rhrth W ...
speculation. Gold Is all Ruby Blood, Harts Late the ;
hoarded for St. Michal Navel, Lad C..n..Ur.t t*......yplt.tb* C*.rHn MANUFACTURER-OF ALL.KINDS tI!: .' -f
right, but there is not enough of it Med. Sweet, Tan;erine, ... I ,

mined yearly to meet the demand or Sanford Med., Ilomasassa -....wmrnctM* u an comru. rA LLATX. :Heart .Florida
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needs. Gold is being used, more and Parson Brown and Satsuma. WAGONS ,
Grapefruit.A
the We need more .
more in arts. moneyto II'
few hundred FINE TREES of the JOHN D. BLACKWELL. ... L
carry on the business of this country of alit
true Pineapple Orange; size trees, -
and the question ia, "Shall we restore 3 to 4 feet. Price,50 ana 75 cents each. ATTORNEY LAW.EOOM o. -s
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OtherCORNER Vehicles
o silver to its rightful place or take And ,
the plan outlined by the bankers and BUDWOOD. II CHILL BLOCK rie&Stts

Issue a billicn dollars' |n bonds and We can furnish good Budwood of all Over ro..cace. tt-t* LEMON AND FOURTH STRE1TS.iLACISMITH ... >the J,,.T. & K. W.
" allow them to issue a billion dollars in the above varieties for fall budding. *,.
bank notes." ''Price will be reduced in October on r 3'Having resigned the office o!Statt IORSE f
} some varieties. Attorney, I have rra*-'-d the practice !ORL IWe .H6,
the Write the General
Suppose we did- retire greenbacks ... PassengerAeM
'For full particulars,address of lair in all its brancue. -- '. .
and,adopt the bond theory. HASTINGS WYLIE, V. H. Wioo. have experienced Workmen is all ow Der4rt.e.b,a BfeMk*f IkeSRT t
Would we not han to pay these bonds? Inter enI1L Office "So. 1 She3v BaiK'nj, opp '' ] MAT IAL, aaa we ot1ARAa"fili&tviara !ne ( 1 to* ta jtriet i for Information.
Would it not take money to pay them? "WB!: EJIPLOT xo AGENTS. site Court House '. a1ta.Fla. ...Mfte BEST '* 274: .

Would we cot have to earn this"money 1.1. lam, fi.i; B.Me/! ,

before we could pay it over to Go BOND'S for 0 _._._ _____ __ -_ .
the government? 'Then would we not ito. _--- MANHOOD RESTORED!'/riratvssu}+wu.ef ftl=Met J .swda9. $u.d.d- 6nl ftuwftr Iff s

have to earn it again before we could rURXIP CAU ,VUE,Beans JS .11 ska tUa. Los bo.d. *s y&:::\er--
Misses' and CF l iIdren's aeve.Ud&.en of Mr.r la MMrtre ftiiEiii ,ass era: ; JACKSONVILLE.
it for ourselves? your lou | I.
use Earn it twice
and Peas. Everything In the Garden e..reiera... M asN..tM1aoa 1.ra.I.1.a.
: w.tlhlcrsfw et .
enjoy If these it once,royal fun. Seed lin.. Fresh stock just receir d' .tIOIIIML.....xlka_....te.rk.p...r.ws..._arttot,.'_''t __.'.Nw> .wlM........ ..! r .
money changers believed Shoes ACKERMAX & SrEWAirT, ... Ark/ur.itaa.fwt.taer. w...tortelMdtRs '"

that free coinage would enable them Palatka, F1a.t. ,.......:QiPIoII rapp.r..aar.017,YlLbJUlwuI J'I"'UUlM.IIniIIIo ;1 -- _....or
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fn.reta.t a.+ c.. M1f1 s o'rati 1t 0'er. heord .
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w : l they ease aJJi'iiisssM.
" 1' the pt.stdiaoy ,h* Jh ..ees.of. .: : ) The- county csn tlatffji 'a. ( "
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' '' M.iIf J-IP11Tf features of the day was a saivarj pa-.
Jssaud eariy la fee day sad a Jaber1**? env8redtpslitcectorshlp qf.5t, M I 01 handle myself t iaaoy
ot *Mellsrr.p sNda: DftIo Itr'
J a ppeshl iaaaaaai ra-te headed by J. Mason K-rats.hey .
fwr wedding never eaaie .than that *. Afterpsotto hlaftoO** .c .{ thew's :Clai. sV'BruoUjn: t niafninthere way;I was ssWelutely r
the .
ideas of ttae DsasaaMQjr. ** the .11aW 110.. ,'*: until 1870. when he removed to : helpl-c&a.Three nurch jd to | j ,
_tel Gmchajaaf eeereeias -- s.u. and saluted the several fa
J. a reward for Jsta :sttsfeaf g4..' ta$**f. "t ;->* Florida." ',. LoUlef of- ?elieTed office Marge flag which had biing+'.'Jf'

i: .'the 'lUpapBcaa party;aatfias
toad cent aMe to aseve purchased bf ,the, T

tea the ,aehle Oaeea.1p -X ,. L is6.trifetilieift lipietK I ft* aed In 1682 my right ,anal before. Coated froat tte flag pole at I the dePf l ,f'I'

Le rlei.$ sid 'hisa4erthT lfcaicwJoa M*.* IBe wintsKifteblaaaec Sa*MM@oi I'ederalPoint. long ) >c M "wellc[Democrat:hare their Inning Satorda/- $ t'.
wI4M of He Bfeff hesfeieas he becasae vector of St. Mark's Church, I'
i
s '' test'
.?; across tte room.- Big barbacne and big time e] }.
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..tp. .seta*.tasloa 1..4 beUeTes that a Nat#,*n4 J while there established acolored.'mlieion' .
nabhed one'dosen
0 w\el r had hetttes P .4t <
iV ftynMsiMta aV flsaW uQ ,JBaML2s fan BBpeliH,TU* *n be had t or I .
31ttrrB- Matio .' and Bewail aa the tfrehet.fl'It and built St. Philip'sChants. was cared completely and am as wets' ..M'A'Rlf

: $ ratlAwtsmp. 'McKialey U elected the Bating thn1aetygarof LAbup t 7o" publica& County !Tit

P' 1 Mllty;will forever rest upon those'agerc'who Young's fife.he assisted th. Ri.hr>p in t t

MANY. AHOis- .tR0+ti1TED: fair lad means it in 2,000.099 their power rotesa4 tvfsasralhf -,, the work of the diocese under the title Rai. I'W the L.gtastar, t tOZO&OL

.f.H Ltsws.dra4 .Lor totr. who lost them by violating the term of of general missionary* returning after I S. S. cures Scrofula Cancer Ees.s.t] BZRKLLMA7. j

W.r14)atr.pd I Wire.ioLE. th* ooasaajrt. The, writer of this has the Blahop' death to hi) parish in and aay& form of blood): If.yon "J.LLUII".WHIGliL. a
stood loyally by Mr Bryaa throeg hoot P fatti: In'I89ihe accepted the rector bav kblootase,takettblocd medlr1ir '
s ." rorCl Circus c.n
3.. ., ; 'lbe Mer- the campaign. and will"continue to do I S.S /"
G"' t/ vcgeta-
,--'. 'r hanks' :Faraten' pet factory to, and it is out of a sincere desire to see ship of All "Saint** Church, Sanford. 'I ctnq 1.zJll)+is eKt. *rely for the blood andeatrecorlmended kDWIYKlRBT.I .

I caught M from.. aakn ton our him elected that he potass eat the weak For many years.l e a was member and fo.f nothing, else. Iiforetsoutthrporaon I Yes Sborit' '.
,, aiacefiaoar lihes ai -,tIIII tsr them to the of matter pemaaenV t D, K. PE acocx. .
.. dad wa oaasfMllBy. siesefe ea. In e, chairman of IltaoJint cotrmuee it'
be Js
strengthened. Oh iere.n'Jonesean .' We will For CoaMy ;,,' factory obeepKfiW' scow_s<, khe:Wg: do it. aad shomlA lot Mr. Bryan' take, the diocwse of Florida In 18U3 a needed I ly send'td. anyone. .8. itowjzT. -.1. I'

r,4 brick bdlli.g oa the canter ,of WaterTaylor lose, no tiJM in doing it. change of climate for oue of his :, our Taljfcfrble For Tax' eeedr-. ,

(! sad Dtiisaeei strsets. 'The totai "It the Democratic managers had recognised family caused him ta accept the,chargeof books. Address UEOROK W. OTTKKSOX. < ,_
loss reached | 6.000 sod over 18,90ft bags the necessary tions to bom Swift specificCo. SSS0)RATTOtf For Tax Cdlecior
I
i! ,.. ., WIlilAM& WUU5IT. ,of,.. w
t which greeted HOB. William Oolliai TbeMerohaass'aWTPWinw'wasihefoorth compromise wn offered tba ht would where he remained until stricken Ga. rorOooRty Traureri .
Edith fct largM .'factory to, the. now be won? Instead meetiasT the Popullaat the Illness which tarried him 'OEO.JC. OAT '
by
. Whitney ant Mrs. ,Randolph :
4 wor4. AIM msVii the ihtot tiaae that half waj and making theta feel anipeercat DIWSG3. For 8mprinund r blU JnstrmeUoqr
ii who were married at 12:30; hi tba tfck cooBpany hlN keen.lisauei cmion! in Demdtratio success.. ,they did away, returning In January, 1896. to ISLAND j. r. 1ttNiY.Snrrtyor .

.. pretty IHtle Stone eburoh of'fit 8Tiorshy the sane stte. rerjthiag possible,to &. -fr, df6. his old home in Crescent City. At the \ ? .

.. Rev 0. 8. LefiiBgvcell,, the pastor t$ 'stfs h ii >1's. coi rage,' and aronM the .' icion of' time of hU death he was nonically i DBAVTCKT. IsiAKicTi ep2T z. G oaanW, cd. '
e y the the very teen wfeoMTptM were essential t .\ 9111. Board-hnbtfo huiraetio '
.,. ; It was an informal affair. There were h jrogrt d:iD etfbdiai: ,.tabroad today D. 5.TI OL&Y.' -.

.: aobrideimaids and no best' man The* .ing the aad itt one tune Pvpuliwn at the south and absorbing funeral took place from the her altpndwat*.' *Sar NtU GOY. r PEKK; .

t. ahurcb and grounds were throated with theta-toes Botieas'than a doeen,streams. at|he west. the Democrat1 managers church at Crescent 'City, the itev.:ClM r wl'h1 *" t'J* W.. tt.. MANN". .
r-eot>a loaif is tore DO\n.'add there wadto 'p apizl\)4 the btsming building. made the mistake of supposing that any Jbtetao\s 4>f,co ufma an Veal apt tIL' _.' .
,f ermal invitations to tb?jkffinr, The 'I .. deal theycocld arrarpe with our 'lead- 8turg, ,.1 St. AagnMio", its'f tftf Iianaaanda -- .j-- ;

. .r. ,towvapeople aud society cynteotedJy ZONES GOES TO NEW, YORK. era would be cheerfully. supported by I f friend of the deceased officiating. >fcc4r ct: ingtf I. +

shared seats with eagb other Hie Int the rank Ind file. I 0'i J..u1M "e. bun t.tlnadoJ. .; Henry Fqsterrf ,

rlw I of tb. church wss atared. Tb. D *er. ,National Chalrm. Will f ,"41s A giftredizger for Populism fta-I truly, the gentleman's feed Is ittLe ] t '. .y t "II 1" Itsuii \.rio-- v

bWa"f71l. tUl"J"'t & M. 4 s.rm. &ad HUL : sioti with Sewalf on the ticket may as ,I Bran's G. & G- Cure. At more or I tt't.tii! !,' ,4 pt av-yarj': q'b.. *. '- *-, j. ,
IU .v tier urt.l en. weUMn' ) nbed, as a distinct success.If I .' '
:
.. The bri ewas aeccm Rned by CmcioOi Sept. 28.- Chairman Clones not disturbed ia hk'vrork, the digger sent by mall One IXtiiui\ /..I tfr tH ell' ". '>Ii t-3. hat ;fte. "e Saltal1d Fresh WatetIISlf'.fJ ;

l rr trrtftiv, Ptejl<. ttfc Star> awl Yith of the Demoafftao.aatLonal committee will hare the.holfl ready by the time the I' & S'.ewart, Holt- Agent.' j,"h-' I., .. '

Mr. Wbimey wa&fed, M. Bruin the baa ,gone t& Jfe.\# York where-he"will funeral n'oce6sieq wrnTea .. !! .- fl (';.:<" IV".', ,; hJ4f I tllYST) ns
j
H States.i.it .
rDi 1Rb ri..q tl 1h4 4 MiSS
r Beualor C ez otto Dam !, ; .
meet nan auj j- Select 'O'! f'ul'b
your
) 1'- w:.. ar** sea in nine and white AM AMERICANA IS ABU.s'ED. .
cratic leaders and gav'o r (
pink roses and wore 1 a > straighteii tQ jtC et'l Lr NTtaeu o"J 1
&it
a nay eS fdrt-VH mt and roses.Mr Jot the ttinglf in jgWtfh the New YorfcrlS Peter Hirer? MaJtreaMd by Spuhh- ColToU *- and .Boys'' .S CH 0Li!. f.). dll th., Pik for wb.F du .

i; : '" WH1n* WPM a, *ncce J.bRttbuat >eHiccr ts Sub then lves'by the with" .tile.-A .4'KaUred '" I 414

t _. ...,. mttic VJMir O Tet' .} bt John Boyd Thach M.in. NE'W'." Sept. 28.-A spwial to''! SHOES{ fr!1 BOND'S ; tt1f.qty.t.ryranri' .. 1.' : :
1i r J"i''W i ',.1. It i. Mid, b fit iided to : 'd' ; b1pl
ih lfe4ld t rum ttaiu.e : j1lt"
.aQUa Marge Stock I t.
w All--to u" It r aat pr 1'1' Hill to meet the leaders at theth'hT I Fall just '
t6'7:1rJ&"l e.-e. roe f her4 hotel and drie"wHi!
ww V.k.. 'WlI4 erred J tbd ," '. protest in the bi ae of p.e : rpciyed., : ;,r"lI rh, t'i9r.' ".)', tIel .t.I 1 /

to a few 1 m..t. l :.1b' JJemocrarJc nahbna1 leaders antnhiBoe Htn1'.1!, an A Ameriran planter, _. ; ,'Po. t. .. .r. r, r -J\-
Vl
t' .-_: 1.1.t"' l. that th fusion Hietw dtf:. the J trbat d gueriJ f on c"ti r. -J F q r ,
l' .
bens a s'a' 10 rt .11NeLuFy1rei, } *'*,*u4 Vepnlist is raejUcaHj* t-f C'r eta;litj scx tsyI .Jn : t ; t..1 .a"o..J cnotB, IX.1;' It.\.
,
tall Mr. .' Y' ; rw4 th" o'daMt I c..n y uxi:ia?vwy iv terir at\te nee r 'I o"ih B 'YIJ.II1q.' on- I've* Hv }t.n. >arlv : l> I th. .'f: 1 4 r'Ol'11v.l ,

i p. wa \",at. rIfE bet w ."fq.c1l1Ain IntiI Wl.' 'fh sJkwt etaj to ego*. I :.'.iEtp, SKuorutas",,:nl:4h officer its c, I.siw t!> ftAOt amtt.nr flit:' f I i I"t ,I. fylkr .It ..... lwdf or \

ti'. .. .' '. ( WOT Kfp I if tt.an**rte .' iJftt1ln. I nun o'tf iA 'aAnr "d.J 1 r l* '*ar\, of Litnrzstrr' ; g.i,j i 1 ."N t 0, : 1'J Ult eci.ttl
.11 ,tlsv P( IT.rt 4| fines, In- ." bo .; LII' li.- ,, tui r '
f. ro > awe pA t a pee' '.bC1.-e '. j-octKa H' i F\> properly b/f: "
: ; ievec rcl It Itahdboat :"f' :1, i /pi. fln.. ). iapte4 II f1a &oil ,
tatter's force abused
RtVorj
:' soaw tunt- wa I cannot. : + : the VTM I to o' < .
< '. Etm>aMui tp which,was ., 'Wha.t iEVe 'tJl'or: :Mount Leba I and led out to bit unmanly shot. ,,:* '- bottle form did not cure two Ana i .. '.. 1 tl e itco.ttpet'_ ,4' .
bt =bv the.CO tailps If ttion, ? : -: The timely iotervonticit of a Spanish I a.lilb..,t both nu an '. Iraftrh' GrICatatb : ', \

to.*. ,, A9! iisgt4aadtat 'titati'itibody scout. who pleaded with the officer and i. 'eft Lt"4". i' .'
last 7+'nd: Hid ;'dad' eke,is bs iLf bow.to be bealibj, I youched for RtT '' neutrality, 'alune on btlttie JD'' 1'aA JD'llfiiI1. 1' ; Ci pn:3" .1' \ J
" Ii..b .. eared him. The guenllaa were: ..apcred ;> uoK tJ'eu pelt me. l-te-'J91)d' l1tw r. jJ..rz. t. ;
They .;the of food. i .
z Mitsg toLe F 'power ; that in defiance of the offic t'a or freib. each time, for eath ,triiJ iJTtid .' .1l" '
;. iiWt'We doe dth oC' They. :r all fllve ton ope old age.'fhp den they brutally maltreated lUrmrywith drugs i .', bt;. Th'1MI'-_: t r.h1n&!Fine StmJlDar 1y PJallti
bt$V remediesivr CMartr'I
never
U Aiv inn Cordialis Jrepare4 by: their machetes before leariug,his I \' riinnr or i: metre,. .ta .
1 Fl1ttry ttat'JI rft'bI b..lrlde tilt Shades J erb\ttq Manta"porwe plantation and tore down tlleAiseri jrntl(,r Feia4lt 4 Ai of her weakness tli .' : < -
.0. :
r i
Eli, r
J ofa hu'r'esidlrwe.. J .
:far paa'ot1'a I can flag waving prtr nd wn.it nifyou'1
i
:' u13.t. ttl\b :. 5,> over the warning him not to uunky iRlTery vou ft** a WSC know *.,u 4 Ii.IIas tearaot no : F.P <: :. .'

r ; tIIICei. tt .tornatl4, 4.:: "r ,.6" was born In Now OriwuJ. Heia He *gpds the "Doctor's Ts" "It (" HUttlP.l.\ e'ruitlAtdcamp i Ii. "

j. rttr. I It Lelps the M f s4n t'Us food, of.French extraction and. Came to tarrh.and lurk afflicuonsVIU 'p "i'Ott 3 g. all W\7 .ltatelfA X C'lUf.Jftn..rftt. @ m'attit'IW .
Cuba some assume+ wnrrol 1 relieved and perful|$ eu7etr .
( Yd& (
h1tn UfY" I and digested foeis' ,i -,ttreagth" of the property lefthfm9 ky hit grand the test and it wit pro/dM |'tk f>.ouaumeoV t'tY.1 Ii o'trendtiii! Iii nttt STRAVI, .. 'i", i'n an, ..

"fWm Pres&ient makers ', "* father who died in tic ,bt totttin the desired d JUr thens
.
o., 'ea.1tfIt1tM' I i % -sT* Martmiqnek L' is. Wrt l vItihans < i f i 4 a1 eamp mew quantity at pn. per

'] njjj8<;lej etroDg body, strong highly lespected br the resident element a life trill rbe sal" I'et I: ItJS 131', U.OIIt be-w < f-earning t nd. .. ,7 IJ
< trong i and is in no wue saypected with f
- AM f Jt ADOPTED \ come f roil f_>roperlytdfgestedn I th/wlththereTolntion. sympa-* li. JV'> Peters, Lhocaste.rBLOQIER'S. ; ;,4IIo Uttlo oofiier, ft>: lu i':* 'rjk 'wotn ehawarte m'ariv all
i Q- J Qwh must aco ciders' iH 9
4 ; Hod.t" The Spanish, colouel in connnM4"at I 1 \u go ')n at. .excrnlon Rhe .
T6. ."'ee t u.r-t Hrit.1 1M j' St. Lois .. : : !Idf'Mt. F. -{ tQN. reauto'
: A reek tc n> can lie rureI' awl di.geetioAlade apol SnJirtyrftte the ''f' a ggld atf AUlk-4ku into
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i A.T---
Mar ftatcere 2i..rt.s' I dou8'Alin Udk Zi .r..lat 3, Fa.f ,
W. outrage aptt'eltrtr'l"4 hperc t 'ttal! ap let U-t i. ,
hiker festive :, ,
t3rttishehs *a'v bjr soual regret at to* iiMoieyt .etit-the 1 .C -
.
I
Sept t *""X ,
; '. aavm tjftf BB7 commerce joinrty Pp made l'l'r .VordisL .?r .. -,, I i guerillas ia_the,t&skit 7't. : toa.i distressed& ofkurned l.# oIdev f .
It curds the a u9eJWajbf appetite R$ : f k. fj" StrT i lantt.
.7
. Y Itz". '. .' pi .. tin l' a4;,> tf> lti% {iDjn,%w.Wruach-.icaiaj> ,'giddlDesl. I ITHE TROCHM IS rAjTailb, u i r) ''f..t out T.. & li ltIWr i 'i t

tUl"ftl with a view to the imBritish t i weaBpsM and all! the olttSVIpI'. llR.1IDJ'3': !, .; wf tlt3e'r'Pi .. .
p... or t'a o?ii*nar seer toms of indigestion? cettaioljt j per. C.NU n."bor.ram.atl..te n.t'-! .tIiN1BIU*( .' .' .. i fdit t1or ,
fiv .i.1h"urI"\ht rkaesr anti 't7.
I llarlela.43Irjioa. 1 i. X
f.
maaentty rA1i -\-t
ir'; .'. 'Y w' \; .uy.loos cttang'the bj the IM.'A excellent States i Sd1d hi ."". ;''f'rill. bottle. 1Oants. :few Toms, Sept .'A.t.th. fib '.. .* ; n ESs.' ltt I:1 .... j :rt', rte ,i eu ;i ,' : tJ1 "finely brancltppB" Mfti from

( consul ., ,, 'ce in the collection "and ,r r""tJ. he 1ie .from I a. twys:, 'Wtf AfiEB'O fS.:6dtJA'd : side lugs t\f J "beating, d.,
..mination' of trade statistics des del Sotnt\l1dt; was asking not long sicce"if ( '
rpidrdi 1 The Savan jj Plhar WoVfflcial B kWt .tar_th4t r '
eq1:
a !I
And the rpeedy. report of matters occur- on & :25 And 126 rebetegMSM. attacked" B E&TV RSI t{R. b CQ'at It werotpc*>lWe 'J. E. $." had in a Sats. m' Qn Trifoliate.
fiogjm ibew districts that lost ,and 'a rty :
tespectiYe: the western trochs, uBm the ;A. n
etitm. *" ftt'I ent-mudedncas attached Write me Trees 1r+ heed for %
uiht be Df Interest hbd value to t4te. destr etJI I COATWOSrl1WAISTS< toi..W'
vise fiat finng,
oo almost e T PSfr aaa raaj.sV WV* "himaalf lie WEST JJ4GE.J. .
commercial and manufacturing' world. ) ; .t !h o':and.le" the Fall, ; .
which ewbpCthe fort between JIarlel an(1 -)'
,. an rit udlne ffrvijm markets. 5 bf D hour '. quarters o'"f life I heavy' train tarrying tryaja to :nin. 8':8 t.' f .worm U :- t drf'( y351Xd4 1d ltoftl.4e W. McGJREGOR,
United ..UowIu1l1Hnr.a$1M .
: > I force Artimisa was fired upou betajaa. CHILD'S fi.'BEST 11 OSIEP Y he h 1&.tIo1urued to eh Unfion. andbls.utt4
", told has *nppe,ei tho state department aud44aw tlo yet Las Cacas and Aldnizar The ,ssapHmf. "" hope. tf* &Dx o s. loqnirer Prop.'Oak. tawn(JTorsery.BoxTB '.
i.with copies tt' ccrrespoud9uce which estimates aDd and ten prl"t( rwere wnatfded Yen- E021jtisTiwiQ i14<'t4 PricesQRObIET PALATkA FLA. To.'.,
i
gruter : ,
.
is *
r rulu kl fate. ,
paaI Id between the tharobw and th@ .. Bemal has starteh for ,PlnaHdeltm eyed conc t .'
c
oflioe cahis wbe|the faU.,e nrof the ztorrSt' I.s 1LKs. ''B'uo .iWa ,
foreign subjeot showing ,. to MAume amine field and '69 eya1'ha* 'pr vio4-
that the latter; while entering into a knofa.Froja:, iIIL ,be ill -tti1'e opefallx; a _r. .. wt.ft 4 eo114dL' bilnselfl'inl.prrar* jaoe.'. He 11 '"I'

: paefl aromued dH"n.to make. tlf certain the ErttWservice referms per )31ARYELUU- btTS.. rieon.sBeAabane'T -,reports)-the husky iis CRpCHCT, .. 'CJQTTTDN'\_' ,' "Toi" mina nw.+ bow he goe!unong the caD; :.nlJDIIy. .I...,, ;

1nt\hNIkk
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bin
tfctUarly in the line of nppoitUmeut of 'nfb aneztrx
the
wrti Ie a M position son ooaet ,
a latttr "br f. lostriartng i.4t '
: "aercial -cateakt rdiug to the a ; as at wisp G ,' n. Q""t'' ""R>k. f"-r tit< ]4latka l, Heights, OPla.OBOW3T .
+ m 1'fu4 to better the Gwf DfaswalJsiev,J .= o tag honec.: ", '. 1 "1 9OfiJ01d :kind i4 tuinwg wp..ku'ttetJdtir .
are' pinaittcd la bake tbl yeirtrsxt assAiciaea.Carere :' 11&J whey t
'. 'I". ; .: wec ,Ceeh& sash bx 'ulalt riitp farm.ae4hIn.dtorti ,

:... Mai ti.rau.O.aAIY..' "1 bare ao aeaterioto ia'reatauMpjInfOr NL ._, 4\-' r f. J : .: I a' vPOtaitttii .veae.; tplt/r( mole'tskee ae.. ltt'J3udse.eoeretaikst J '

E' YOit,, 19.-14r. Bryan had Kiag'iTNew DlaDOverr.iM tae who retreated to the tatslt.e'w .; i.t CizdetVwast' ; .. .of h plasewtt''t bcle it" :ofTac Gdpe,riUa. .

a lsg.aait to read when h..N'faee reeake were alaMat ajtanrtloa! In the the remnant of hid ; as.$atud.Dol h. to be oii 1 J"toM ;.1.aioedltub% '. .
aC ,, I t
wfc. 'BlWltB .
caN HArt"Lata iI area
sla-y mornir The raiay. BIT pastor attacked and routed; Spwa-' Ledh JIraft ".'. r ot s.4s b&ii ant toUwt e .
day
f. was pty.ladiq'outoer t>f the a.i* ea Juno. f3.ii y1k ol.f; r 1fajoi 8( .1 sad H. "
eojoyaieni and .the., IIOB tube was iHtisihl leI poesTBOfila > .cogs near '. 7 .., : 'Patarolt;ahd UuihWJk' 1 "etia3; ,.1 !dntiriitt" _.' |"tak,4to .tteds,Pf mil* 'M Iri laseraU, ? '

.1JI'M6denUa1 bawM4 t. was -oM.to'bs eaaetesliagXa Mari > 'A W.U s..w.ayitywd-1 1. /" .:* j ,l' '. .".t,; *. .
outeut at hie hotel dnnag Mel !resoon. h, ,
e : paroxjfoaM of :coagblaf wauld la* 'Loris. Sept 2S. .JairIrtmiy 4..tijIiIMi4t3. Heet..1IJ15ent. I
'LLtfot.i a ''eonfesaac' hoan ,wiii littte iatenoMs lj dud itieeaed' a' .r f. y ;
*ra*, hefd. by Mr, Br at%and-Bea+Mad tf be ,could! aarvireLheau 't idsuij :' toTELflttS TlaW pe4ec}tBcta*'iwei&g And +ldlfery ta ;

-JoaM,'F*iwkn r and Gorman regaraiacBhe. 11 .'A frlaad rocaainarnrt nod DrKIOR's .u ..1f.itW:.. 1'eat YOUWiMTjTMEJ: ,' sled siesrbeast l ral+ll .
,
? ..auaUoaa t. the middle steles,'"1141. known .' C'a.aFt VE. Prop' a
broad
l Wr
Xev Jslbcoverj; it wa balckiu mea tba"n "I. .,
the eunta. la the afternoon Mr tiryaa lit watt triad htgbris>iit s1ry iahsft .flt.'dea4 He Md bells tI 'hr @eine t > .. J''c." ,:. 'o: L.c1t Bc&!1.Pnfs4a,J1a.s. \..
mad a f p* f a in the Academy of Music .
i rr '. .
aI.At.R BEST _lEI ," '
Jareey CUff ,
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: tiIA'udJDdeadall5.(1'111' C5USTY
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