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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
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Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
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THE FATATKA PALATKA WEEKLY HCRAU TIMES.) *iae s S8Q.IC-' wudatedDfar1.i1893. PALATKA, FLORIDA) FRIDAY MVEMBER 6, 1&6. M2W SEKLES -VuUME .4.--NO 30

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.t. 1 The Ohioan Victorious Hue count received 52.0CO) The Rflhltcans Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't ReportoVal
p' elect 10 of ibe 12 congress\ i



Unprecedented Majorities in men.LmcuUi, Neb.NEBRASKA., Nov. 4.-The UCIUb-1 I Baking; .

the Eastern States.TIIESOLID t : Ifcau mate Couimittee to u.ahv at 10 I Iiytiuock i

abandoned ail claims to the I

state, except Auditor and Treasurer, Powder 1.

) SOUTH lNV.AlfED which Judge Post says the Republican te ,

have elected. They concede the

Immense Majorities in renagTlranU, election of Holcomb (fusion) for Gov- DsOVVTEILPIJRE

\ew York and Illinois.-,Summary -- -_ .
ereorby 8,000 but say that Holcomb'atote -
of Results In the Several:States in The Sext .
UM Stale will exceed Bryan'sby WI.'OS; : "1N. t I House.W

The (returns, from the entire country ; 3.000 to 4,000 Rppublic claim )lIlw.ul."e1..., Nov. 4-At loLl ,,"hmain. D. C, Nov. 4At the

although incomplete, are sufBcient to'" otjly the Congressmen from the fi stand niht.tb changes", mai. i bt lu.Irr 'r-' I w"nuhic) ''n and l >eni"crntij Congressional '

t .. insure the eleetion of McKinley !by a second 1istnc'.s. turns from nearlv all of thennorie, of J headquailer to-uight the chjiricu -'

large majority. A sufficient number of NEW JERSEY. I the stale and closer tmiie on ih" r*. i .. Luxe: been fl urUlgGO the complexion \,.

States have declared fcr the Republican 'Ireoiou, X J.. NOV. 4 -The latest I matning'connties show an ntcrt'iu IiI of the rrx TIooM. Chairman

.. party to inure them at i-iy.\ 263 ryes roiuroB from NVw Jerso) .indicate that I I majority for the Ikpobiican; Pre idf u- I I Dahvock says that he !aIM complete-

toral votes The f(*Ho .jii \WMe Kites '. I rp'iorts front !l1f! ; Cnn retMiooal dis-
11
McKinley hit earned the:Mate bv a teal ticket In ;Igr'nn'+in. 1 I K-J- '

the result as near complete as can be .lurality[ of 72,000. The lu-i-ubl-cans: I tions are that the 95,985 plutuli.! > "I i.l) I ti.iiitut; ha\f electr.l i Rvpnblicaoti,

ascertained at the tilDe of our going to h ive clotted seven of the eight be increased. 13.J II. strict tnat have elected Demo.

press: r4California yteramen, with the }Seventh cqn-I I crate or Populists' and 28 districts in

.'. 9 dl'ubt.f which thf> t ie..uts! arc luconipietc.. I

Connecticut NORTH CAROLINA.Walit ., I l'ht"h. mtv h.' ca -ificd a.< doubtful!,

Delaware. 3Illinois. with the prospect that the Republicanswill
2Indiana 4 I 'v"on, DC Nov. 4A spe-
1 15Iowa. I cite to the Post from Raleigh, N. C., secure at !least onc:-fialf of them
IS which wou'd make a total I>pul! S say : Br\au ban undoubtedly! carried
Maine . . . . .t C I ,. membership; m the Fifty-Fifth Cou-
tl)
"i Hate by not lee than 10,000. His
I
a Maryland.. 8 I gress of *(11. li is Jostle u 'aay the men
Massachusetts . . . 15 vote u far in excess of that of Watson *
bershjp wW not fail below *
Michigan.,. 14 I fur Governor, who is defeated by Russell JM. Senator -
'
Minnesota . . . : 9New Republican. The legislature if.U.IDemocratiC }Faulkner (.hair: man _of the Dem -

Hampshire . I' 4 I in both houses. t cratic comeaittee, altho' h h- does not

New Jersey . .. . .j' 10 concede the Republicans
a maj 'rity
XewYork. . . . 56 Baidgb, N. C., Nov. 4-At 4 o'clock
m the next House. them I 17<5
North Dakota. . . .\ .. :31! the Democratic managers claim that gtvi ,

i Ohio . . . . . 28. the state has gone for Bryan by 20,000, within three of a majority.

Oregon . . . . . 4 and
that the
vote for Governor is close.
Pennsylvania. . . . . ...32 Mr. W. A. Pratt formerly of thw
Rhode Island. . ... .. . 4 Bryan has carried Wake county by city but now of Washington D. C ,

South Dakota. . . . . 4 1,000, a large Democratic gain, and HURRAH FOR DAVIS was in town this week shaking hand
Vermont . . . . . .- 4 counties also report Democratic gains.
( West Virginia .. . .. .. ... 6 with Ifta many ftieuds. lie came OQ

,Wisconsin .. .. .. . . .. ... 12' NEW YORK. the steamship Comanche from New
'
nox. ROBERT. DAVIS CONGRESSMAN ELECT. New York, N. F., Nov. 4.-A otter AGRANDn York to Jacksonville in fifty-one hours,
Total .. . . . .. .. 2G3
.' lil('t# compilation of the vote of New ;r which (is the quickest time ever made by

The pbenomenal majority received by this distinguished citizen Tuesday, }Following the result by States: York State shows that McKinley't any boat between those cities. Wilt I.

.' its one of the selected representatives of the State of Florida in the next Congress CALIFORNIA. plurality Is 259,879, and something m tatic Victory I i, looking well and is very much p', reed
.' I like 25,000 greater tban'that of Black I laity his Washington home though hr .
of the United States brings him into greater prominence before the San Francisco, Nov. 4-Late returns!'! i ,

citizens of his Slate; and nation than usually falls to the lot of the ordinary man leave no doubt that California has gone fir Governor. New lork City givesMcKinley hak'nl forgotten Palalka nor his friends '

''who aspires to official honors. The success that crowned his nomination with for McKinley: by 3,000 to 5,000. and 19 663. FOR here, who are always glad to greet

-: victory Is not only a testimonial of his acknowledged ability but a grateful probably five out of the seven congressmen OHIO. him. _' ... _

tribute of the plain people of his) district, whose cause he espoused and so are Republican Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 4-With two Last night,la honor' of MCKlnlep'selection

ably defended. 10 W.\. counties to hear from McKinley's esti COUNTY ana STATE a large ncrobcr of Kt.u. lican

Familiar as the name of Robert Wytche Davis is to the citizens of Florida, Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 4-Complete mated plurality is 53,733.OREGON.. cOD : galed at Lemon and Front

;0. jre submit the following biographical sketch of his life and public service : returns from 74 out of 99 counties street, from where a torchlixht procession

ROBERT 'WYTC & DAVIS show a net Rep \'illcan gain of 356 Portland Ore., Nov. Complete Dais' Majority over Stripling bt' an. Hvtnone who c. aId

w : In Lee County, Ga., March 15th, 1849. In early life his father moved to the county, whit t. If continued will returns from all but six email counties un and the noise

]Iru and became an exte sine planter. Here upon the fertile valley make McKInley's plurality G23G. The give-McKinley 34,954; Bryan 31,709. 1 6,829 Votes wire incumparfble. Several= quardsnd

( River the boyhood days o young Day were spent, enjoying for a State Republican ticket is letted._ I I Complete returns will not materially! two or there political w'taVreo-
.itages as common Bainbridgeto ILLINOIS. change: the result. suited from yon moth cr.thuim and;

at that time afforded. At the age of 14 he entered the Confederate army, and Chicago, Nov. Returns indicate PENNSYLVANIA.Philadelphia PUTNAM STILL IN possibly something else.

served in the Western division commanded by Gen. Joseph E. Johnson. At that the Republicans will have a large .LINR1 t

the close of the war he returned father's plantation and for a short time majority (In both houses of the legislature Pa., Nov. 4Completereturns Twpnly-one vear*' *xperien of the Totes.- Other Items
followed the plow. His father this abandoned the plantation and moved to to midnight from all but a few Summary Ie"Uil I ijffcrrv bu'hi".r .1 ,,1 I n\ v' >i al:
which will elect a United butes
of Interest Concerning County and
;- Blakely where young Davis studied law and was admitted to practice at the of the G7 counties In the slate rive hu..ini rrls'iuusrnanica: !1J.. ID tier
The entire Re-
Senator this winter. The Election
.'s State a very
age of 19, one year after which \e was married to the daughter of Dr. Lee puolican ticket is elected by moj mlicsftom McKinley. a plurality of 205,900.( Quid One. to my CINl1M11rM. 'te' du. ,I new ? .oce-.

1 Mercer, a noted scientist and physician of Southwest Georgia. In 1879 he 100,000 to 125,000.: hUUfUlJAKUrA. rit each.casuu: ui ev_ij v"ri.WALT.n .""

moved to Florida, and in 1884 was elected to the>Legislature of the State. Here INDIANA.Indianapolis I 1 Yankton, S. I n., tfov 4-Thirty six t The e'ccM.v' In Putnam "mnty I "!'UO'U:;
.
'. his eminent ability attracted attention and be was e'ected' Speaker of the House +I counties have reported returns last Tu8 Ind.. Nov4-Fiitv ouij' I 1 I complete ) maintained the enviable rt. ord of our LESSONS
of Kepreeentatives. The ease with which he presided the deliberationsbf
; over indicating that ikKinley'a majority '
of oinetvtwo counties show a McKm- citizens for order and go-xl behaviouron F 81UUY
th vfTalrneM, of his rulings, and ;gentlemanly. courtesy be exhibited will he less than 1,000. This HO M A
$ ley plurality of 27,000. If tbd otht r j elee Ion day. The campi'gn was I! Ptirate Inttmrtloo -
Uod management of Irgislaum revealed those qualities of mind ale<, applies to Congressional and Stale | t>y Conv.pnnlen ; counties vote a* they did iu 1SU2; > hey j euDdue.ed: _i'b rarneetLem by all x>f Leafing Howe or Employ:
'::1; more than intimated a brilliant futuie. At the close of the tlcl..es. meat for a Ttiurmctieal -
taro 1 \ will give Bryan a plurality of 6,2.33.: !: I the political p,rt!. a Pablie Braking EDUCATION an't! Money.
the members of the House with beautilul TENNESSEE.
t presented by a golden adored .. .
But. there -easou to expect'! abound<< la aliuost rvory precinct by Lradtnjr d.ert *
u
every
h t of and | Common, High Reboot and raw La
afftction regard tor I uotatth'is
ditlinguUhtd
Irr ability Nashville Tenn. Nov. 4-Full
re I IL
considerable gains m throe couulies ,and voters were nrjf-d to tnnd loyally Commercial bram-hM Taught Q I Hi AI
1. karat urgenTsCtfciiallous of his friends to continue to represent for the Republics over the vote of1S92. I turns from sixty out of ninety-six counI I to thulr rtBjtetlvr: parties. Still Address 1.1.( hIMCS. Palatki, Fli. tire ferai .

t r h the councils of Uui fette, he prtf.r to devote hU time to the t ties show that Brvan hi: carried the the eleecik... passed off with at a sluturbuoce.
The Slate is reasonably sure for :
set, "(ice of the I.\7. 1 state by about 20.000; alto a Demt.- !'. ThU la a compliment of [ Yow is the time to II'| .+,n: your
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McKinley by at least 20.000 plurality.KANdAtt.
BJ{"i-si* that has followed him along the line of his chosen should feel!
profession t cratic gain iu the Gubernatorial contest which any community fall and winter gardens, and \0 ahem! .
adng 'isdom of his detfsrtrituatton: connecting his name a- it has with : of 3.500 Taylor( Democrat, Gov- proud.
iLduikti buy the best and most reltabu K"
Topeka, Kaa., Nov. 4-At.. t '
lazy of illustnou characters that: institutes: the culminating ('DQrIII have a reduced majority' Below wesubtuU the r.turn which

pins, and the only tr le suggestive monument to the possibilities sufficient returns are iu tb show that p4MQis not exceeding 5.000. Tb may b* regarded ea very tear eorrrct: E S. NECK Lem+a street "
.
Kansas about ---
has carried -
by .
Jtitntions our com Few men of the State have Ulan
Fine try. won their i Legislature is Democratic. Democrats FOR rRESlDENTtAL ELECTORS.
to the confidence of he people and to the m-rited reputation as 4,000. Only an official' count c.n determine have seven Congressmen, and may What 'the Sbakt'><- ,>f M, i : ..

Dk\a-'t1.3r' and distinguish d advocate as Robert W. Davis. Iii' match- whether Republican or fusion I have elected Moon in the Thirl, giving Burford ..9'0J on know more .h! ot ihoti ;M j

incomparable eloque ce have left their impress upon the hi't iyy date officers sure elected. thtm eight. Republican's claim that oin'S...907Kanev atleeisof I Lribinet) bow !<. 'I. ( .:" .

termination of man of the important suits adjudicated in the LOUISIANA. | t'te official count will be required to They have ",dl"1{ :Mr how... ,' f ;c .i.

.erg,jjtate and cation. UK ) New Orleans, Nov. 5.IJiyan carnet Carter.900I The senri: \ .'vt to i .
con nrnfe knowledge ft the cants si d tcido bctweeu ia.> l-.r and fillruan{ > A' a nj l < agtThe -

ireud, To 1'\.me4ies of legitimate elief pupi.lvn< :nird hj .in vit'- uence of HUuiy Louisiana by 30.000, and a lull'' send ilateH for lM vr n'r. I I I McMurray..760i Digestive t "I filial is 1'AI'fd; b\

appeal that captivated court and illuminated the pathway to victory and democratic deieg
,r04 for him a reputation that jiudino counteijurt among! his di"tiu:;uUhedassociates. Coutreas. I I Petty .1 . . . . .733i '''lb'. 'l' cMI ,,...*.. pr>w. r Met t1.

Though ofteu tendered nominations tu positions uf ctvic\: honor, i i I Austin, Tex., Nov. 4-Every indi Bishop. . . . . .i 11150K ........h
cal'iou shows that the Male has gone : I. Ir. ::1.. .tlJ ', '. *
1 n. t ,tf : (0'
b< m KlflT of tw' tiM 'tai! tt!>il., < i I"U-, Iud his iotawsede to ib Baltimore Siduy.. 4-Ifcii tlty' t
ye promotx e b .. dlSd ... .. 't .
)hm1".tiC' > 'j j I. in .11AI..h'.11 C.r'hla I .II& .' I'N'r; I :: f-t
: > interests souahttolttical! 21 he ,.
po't.1dl preferment always fouudhipi goes for McKiuie 000 and ,i u.*" uliul to i titer the alt ua M.to an opfioaeul. iha nominal$ >n which hn" txuttee 10 lhe euuuue.. 96i, w.UtoIL'1Ztl.e ) : 4 'I.> -> .b. ,i 1'\,11 . . . . . ..963 I runny n 11-, t I.tt. I. I : h. (h. ,: : Ln J'I"'n.
.. It:. ,, t ..-l, ,I 'I .i,- ..... .II lINii. d. iIJlint . . . . l lr "
7,7I '
min iUJ crocnin ate! rh .11 ,
now n WAS no t'ndt.t'd to, or "<,'' .' .UU Jjvn total plunalll 3U.H72; iu the Mate! .. . c'i'i n p N A'" -t-''
,. (the Dame oi other .hl; : tilied uj I / M-ii .r I I i A., her. .. . . . .. . toJ food
UD : i : :.tuaeuof the district baIt dmt' .
many e II IIbe MINNESOTA. A ick ,act! }. .
,- \ I \ t\ .1' t; nr .netl l art) d't'I'o.II"O
,>>Moted! fur The able ,m t I utriuuoiH c.i>\' ere b" matte t in the district I H'ull" tif Tur.i.'o_ eiWtlou (10 ; ,
bt. r..u., Miuu, .\UY. 4-.'or tJr...- I t : IL.OIIt t:1") t h..kl. j "1' '
the '-Weres1< t'oahal.it' .

t t tea utw I IU n.I,. thtnrunit: :' -ihKH\ I..Q ot the liybiuof thvjMini: drat the e sci-tus uo qUnhvO erect tiC '' lUi I '. ..v.' j t. .. ,., ..., c' -u : Ilk I' iUi .." i I..e i'r -:r.c..t.. :I l.tll"!" II/e naurc"-. c. r I : .

,a, ? *, II r the I I Kiiile> has irum ;JO.UUU to 40,000 iua1jotiu cel\-. \I i t"-i.tm i t. .1 they 4-'tx lI Its! .,ati. '1. ''hi slont c'1". h< ."'." i .'
pe I upon r"IMU'IIlhlt| : lousy a* the chosen r..reto"Ul j jVttv9 1" HIB lilt : 'I I Ell |'ivc;t ct-" io tb IOt..le,
.
I btxl; > 10 UiJiieb, with |>r.c- ut fs. Wt >fn rubes Ire treat nf Mi- iiiizM.H.f' II., Sla',.. nnfrte.ed b> au) pl '.dgniaf e (:wu) c'mk'elt': iciu.ugive u majonij Dt-ui M .- ,| 2'i (M, i I i I. V ,i- .lId, -I.I .w fur Llrtati and .vwallMi 43tjlo.; iiiii'd iii-i+ 11r'it.' v .nu > itu .

? : any M.n' cmi.s., Err an i willmx t-> u-e biakaowl I _dqe for the wants 'I I II }iu'_ "., 'I I I.i 1''."1.. Hi::krt i it. quI : ktue! > :nd I'< b.Dr171' ; Hoa". '>n* ni \
of 44 41 Out
lur McKiukty wl
$
of In I"'VIe and to UM lh. -io'i'i.'uce ut hi, apH-al; in thtprorooiUMi of ihe I( era'. .firo.t -uoi 10 onr,'.,web. '! aii-t Hat-.u 1.107. !I' ,. ;wer and !L>ULK- rbi| j l b. ,dIU_ I-' '' 'hiai' be t tI
I i* likely to be reduced wmewhat, as ,
rule 4* ut ail tWa' of our citizen,. j WK::,T VI.UilNlA. '! n... 1.4)7) ; L.ver'isl Jekosnu :rl$; cents --- --
the latter rvtutus are received froui the'',

4 couuti'> prwibcta. i tthtiig.. \\ \'.. Nov. 4-From f fjOffi'al .linau'* maji>ii'a.c 14,207. taltr! ,. Thom t.. h "I ill'Iat \ 'I II t JX
I .. reI I 1 Iu I ihf oiid '('0:;i..mi.i.iai Uu 11'.t ?'
tnl ire I "ind" w Turld.tt ui'ht i
tou-e-\a > '
i.Fo.tine in Florida estimates
l>r. H C W !r.h. of W 'la' : ld 11.tSSO LaU_ .
a.tIt jl 27 > i'n"nct. out of 30H l> .. '
j girt
avwIU,4.
,
n! rUt L I :gut. :Ji: If thee the d'i y \eoter4ay.E I M.-Lu'S. MiN',v. 4 -In the'' Ct..t.II..m tin -iiirutto: lOo'clock' menu \11 :t'rm..1\Jp. a It I' .I.which '
J.lcKIDW ',. : >7, -inj/im tf W-A 1'", Ur-on .V.iJ; car wii'tct ., lit- .
in ) t I.I
ttuhtttbs majority the
) cBt'
''i by Antouu Scgu. a iKujrmpluytd : B Uaz-1 of Clay.oo, FS.J tow State including 187 prectaetsrfik %o Ji |lttate f I Ambt'r r, ;
nnine t I urn fall.h'>n of 13,000 spencer an i- f' ectutVt i 0',0'
f.$ here be Erne, be mil Y'at J .lny.Wi'l district give ifryan 133 9!; iti *,- ,' anti ,
I I1 II i al' tour I! IU j i. .va 5'ripllalr 1Of' far 6l'-, :'a.' wla' our f It-I.I in ..
Kinky ItfpuHiiiMti < u'-iatrs fur t..n-: r' i to i iDO t "
ih of io 144,455 fs.ephenson tlt'Wuo-j
t tw |sssressor ao estate i ; .'
(I
wtulh trjtUU.tMJU t1' UI e.ryat ShH ey. a vua- 'uginero f seat foi Govuiuoi 123,7; I.AIua, Ie. atl'-. ., rlnlt'{ .i ut ..;,r _,0110 It, 4fU : I. I) : '11".t HI't 'ct Lila p"l'I"rNaa A ''UI! wL; -I.. _' 'L.'' i ,

r Ih* J T & K W Rtiiwny w .0 ID p. ; !n f :{.1: t:I Err Sj.Jllrluuau I't.M4,; 'Ic.-- dowu' for 1000.
faibvr Wa.a direct d M.tud-mi put>ucan, 139 14
I htk" ,'st..diJ '. L. It.' I U;.4>. tt'Ilt.m\ .j;**; udirl'.enlr//, ---
.iU t .Ie n 1"1" and I
j 4-- | ''aD, ihr
F tth-r Auitiuui wb jid
( N.-JIUI, > 'l.t M c141 A.ti.
\ Yit.-h..n|| R oz. nt the Cirrus TankoiitHny v tiiit ttf. Go to BOND'S
fIda abou: 1 iNMl.and bft.mitthe t+ 1 Detroit, ditch No4- The ivmariabie "+ii icao tIC"hItS! bu : .-- I fo
Bri -
'g*'{) -L CAIQ t towy >' litCleil i iWA
kcfsor of a ,uif estate, w Lit D was I: run of MM, ur fiojive, Govetno ; .
etcnUv. lie ha Jnft bad printed niGION I J In- t-e : .-Ju'D-s wee tr .tj J your Misses and Chidren's '
((4.,ucu b, h itf.Uer, and N ;u. !'j\, a at the limes Herald I(! -. Ir..i ot Mieli g.,", i i.. perhaps ':be : 'l.rr ... I
3 & '
hlba
ore 0 -rf\
poe T1&k '1:1. ...11. X -v 4- h bun ,1'0 iu tar office( a!!I'
the Dow tht uutv" heir to ,t. lh.t. .' tale and : i i most 1De'dUlI feaia a cot the elt.'eLo..1ti f i ,
a* a resin! be I'Jial.l Shoes.
rpor' busi dr u I wa erork-, a:1.1 m\va ii. tin '
.u. ixt + '
> or aboat
e .\.u. w '.1! a out 3.000 ji.- t'* <.I news' Qat-aiaee results in this N-a.r; The Dt truiMayor's I jiuiQcis. One
I i .h... li.i"'I'public ihntojb It swreop COu. T>. -
table *n Hawthorn _
to
watch for
as : ;2-I 4ta4I : iet .
ceov rpas*<'vM I ,. .-f i.toibfCiii in the Tu S Mi Kinley electors' by 15.1>no vote, 1I I; t rrOl,lrali. r.. arl, I I.t.s: or m
city -sd y. ; I 1 tens as they e, m* to W1l" large amiived .
J
I is coce-ded that {'iore wi I r"eet'l t WYuMIXii "'V, roro-.j 1 I., 1. F: +('. V I"
n fii :hf Gent T. R. ; I nlhu.iutlc. Rt'llIl / 1
iv t'uyri..14 Merrill has sold his home U" 'torI" a.' r.'
place CC,939 pluinliiMoK''I.I\! < '.. v i u... VV\ 't \... >fll1., lirain Tn a a.' At
n tt n: t't f. ,, reguMr drill on r.laiU: Heights to an I' wa arentle- ; \ on 1: E'lttv.six I c by Dr. E. S.; tni; :: KB';: l.'un"l't'-- cur r
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Ir 1 '' netnr Iwu.tbi"rIr ..f mail[ $1.00 p< _r a for
the six
.sla sight.j man for 82,COO} total. i igtv mm-clvct[ Davis at'. he East tl.ridaS..Tin U ,
ikKiuJrj .\f}"; Bryan G 074 < and Oummeedby Al1b31Ardr el
.i I' i ?4 Trust Company's: office. ART. bye AzenU.

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r" FEDERAL POIJfT.Correspondence Summer Kscursle Rates te Cal

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untie Coast B....
t. rts

,Times-Herald. cheap Southern As Information, 1 oeg o cal]
r FEDERAL To err. November. As asCleanliness- ',4s. .
: attention to the following fates
I It Is no pan of my Intention to un.
are m effect to Gulf and Atlantic
derrate the value of science In farming Railway.
Resorts. Tickets will be ul
*x
or agricultural pursuit, for science has

done much in aid of the farmer; yet inn ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. day until and Including Septemoer]

o case can science do it all, and thereis Is the new way of putting the expression, now that modern with final return ham O 'abet :

thought, effort and enterprise have made it so easy to be dean. 1896. Ililf rates will be made fo
just about as much danger in overdoing THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING
Since the introduction of dren between the of five
ages '
scientific farming as there is in CARS
THOROUGHFARE COACHES twelve
ignoring the whole theory that science years.

may bestow. Especially is the case In GOLD DUSTWashing VESTIBULED TRAINS. FROM PALAl 'kATo

Florida, where the climate, soil and Port Tampa. . t

productions are comparatively little NORTH .UID BA.IT. NORTH AND WEST. To St. Petersburg ITo

I known, for science may be all right in PowderIt Clearwater. . . ij
f .
:y. as N.. ao 1\(.. 13
theory, looks well on paper, reads well, is not only possible to keep a houseclean 4r' T.. r. .. n... N.. 'I To Tarpon Spnnjfs. . J|
} 'W AlI Tral.. Dane ..'td F... .AU T..I. .
.
but without every day practice becomes DalIT. M ?I.rt4aI To Punta Gorda tl
this be done
. but with itS help can 4 Hall. Ci1 isyrs'
worse than worthless trash, an without the housekeeper working herself' let L rtodeath. I To Green Cove Spring ITo |

expensive luxury that has no practical Alarge: package of GOLD DUST x..rdt.TUle, J'.a"p_....... 120: am "3 pm J.ckaonvtlls 11'.0. b P. 545 pia 130 am New Smyrna. . . . 3

F virtue. For example'several' years ago costs only 25 cent When you buy look ., LTJnret"J'.o.: a p...........082' am 1 U E:.entR 8onth.rn .. 130 pm ] ana To Daytona. . . . . 2lo

your correspondent started out to show out that it is GOLD DUST. You will -t; i ; Lv Sann'.., F.QaP......... 111I 1.pm Atlanta Maooa' &o u t.h"ern ........r-;:ii i 115 1 pre Ofnond . . . 2

tbese "crackers" what good, modern be all right if the package is like this '< L.v(10.umtdaAOath'm,....... Ulp 100.11I .". Chattanooga- ." :::::: :: 110 sin To St. Au ustiDe. . 2
i ,
.u ClacmnaU. Q. & a. .n T $ pnAr
f farming meant in Florida. lie pro ertrjrwhcr Made enly "y >OS. I 30 pl. am irrilJe: iloathern. : am 710 m To Brunswick . . . 7

. cared a tremendous big plow, har. I THE NSold. FAIRBANK con PAN ... <42< 140 pm LT. Att.nta. .... ... .lit am .......... For information regarding,'Ut'du!
CDarlotte.8onth'a-.5
00 am i 25 pm ..,. ..,.......... ...".. pm ..........
I teased four mules to it, and turned CHICAGO ST. LOUIS. NEW. YORK. BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA. Memphis li. C. )(. Si pi. etc., the public is requt:Med I t.,, call

over about one-half acre in good old JWNW1I4W < Ar ::::::::. :::3 :::: ."..kaa.Qty.B t ..Svo.9 .;M. ;.10. pm :::::::::., or write to any Ticket Agent of 1 t.

Yankee etyle. The soil was deep and ..1(' a'Throssp '' Plant System, or the undersigned.F. .
,lb. "
"LaD4 of .b. 8k7. 11 Daily
rolled up black and rich, and we M. Joi.LY,
l T.t.acltOOllyjlle.P.S1"p". ,,,,,, 63
pm
chuckled to ourscif 'what a fine ...........11 lS pm QUICK TIME TO ALL Division Passenger; Agent,
OO TO -b&a, 8outhena.............. 180 am
depth of virgin soil we had discov- Tampa, FU.lf1"1 .
:= : 11 POINTS NAMED.
} ii: .:. 4 0 ;
ered; visions of great crops of cane, L"A. .Tt11" Cu. Ttm.... S a)
and before nox.in., .... ...... 110 pAr.Qnctnaa pm == atepped In a/tt mute. by DPACI \
vegetables came our "" '
corn
JOHN P. Q. dr 0.. .............. 515 an4! PEUA "One cent a daw"
mental eyes; vast riches and untold DUANE
Short train lessee Eyerett for Bnm.wtck ., 1':00 a.. m. dalT. Tbrourb Pullman I1MperI and
possibilities were revealed and we were I .ackaoaTUl. t.o C1nc1nD&t1.Aah..w. County City Directory.

happy. We wiped the perspirationfrom -FOR- For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway COUNTY orrtCERa;

our laughing features, got our System, or its connections.W. Jadge Criminal Court of Record-W. I
seed and planted that patch. We j Wlgg.CWonty.

waited with due patience until the Old-Fashioned All-Pork Sausage A. TURK, W. H. GREEN, 1. Y. GULP, 8. H. HARD WICE, Solicitor-B. P. Ca'hoon.
GeD.PMa. Agent Oea. ,
Superintendent Traflla Manager Asst.Oen.Pa3e.Agl, .
Oerk-J. N. ElackweB.Jhdge
had time
seed to to <
germinate when Washington D. a Washington D. a IX C. .
v Washington. Atlanta Oat County Ctmrt)(. I. C xe.OoHaty .
our great surprise and sorrow, we saw 12} CENTS PER POUND. W. D. ALLEN, Commissioner W. 'nOlllpao

nothing but a poor, sickly, feeble t Florida Pasfan ger A gen.. Chairman 8.J. Kennedy' C. H. GIIcJa1 .J._

growth to reward us; and to completethe .PARE BIBS, 121 cents. GEORGIA STALIr-rED BEEF Brsr, Cm. *J0 ..: M w.*,Bay Street.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Han.oekJohn llarrey. The Board meet th

tale, it took ourself fully twenty and 15 coats July iqth, 1806. first Thursday in each month
_
Clerk Circuit Cvmrt-JoMph Price.
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years to get that piece of land back to - -- 8herUl-John W.Hagan.
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I7.fREE AND PROMPT
DELIVERY. -- -- --
its normal condition. Our theory was County: Collector-Trank C. Blanchard.:
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County Treasurer- L LilienthaJ.
good, but the practice of it was ex

crable. One old "cracker," with his County Asseesor of Registration IT. M. WUUams.Saperrisor .
IL
FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R Merrjday.
little 4-inch plow, drawn bv a poney BOARD OF PUBLIC 1XSTRUCTIOX

that would weigh no more fun toss ngar from the lame soil that the tree J John Wright, ad engineer on the Dr. E 8. CrttI, Chairman John H. Ore

would have tickled the surface I Florida East Coast Railway, has the .. IL J.Towler. Thos. W. Ralph, Secretary.
pounds
finds the constituent! for its acid fruit, I Superintendent Board of Public InitructioaThos. -

of that patch BO that fine crops would and both are at work at the same time distinction of being the capturerof one W. Ralph.

have grown on for all the years it took with the tame conditions of climate, of the largest sharks ever caught on 1 CJTY O"J'CJR&:
the East Coast of Florida. While fishing Mayor-Oeorge J:.Gay
me to reclaim it from error. 1
my soil and fertilization. I New Florida Northern Air Line City Clerk-R. H. Cooper.
: at Palm Beach few days he
Now my son is a great stickler for There is also a great objection to the a ago: Assessor Peter Gardner.

the analysis of our patent fertilizers. present methods of disseminating scientific I caught a shark, which, when landed, Collector-Dr. B. E.Morgan.

lie baa the formulas all at his weighed 1,675 pounds.It Treasurer-Oeorge Welter.
tongue's information in regard to agricultural .
Chief of
And Florida Trunk Line. Police-M. J.Trueman. a
cud For fruit such and such .
sub pursuits by the almost exclusiveuse is probable that sawmills will be Old Fire Department-George W.Wertx.

stances are required; for wood another, of what Is railed "scientific terms" set up at once to convert the many ;

and so on; but one day I discovered a that are BO much Greek to the average storm fallen trees into lumber. If this TIME TABLE IN EFfECT JUNE 14. 1800. Company C GEM,Fourth CITY Battalion GUARDS.1'. 8.T.

large pile of orange skins piled up at farmer, and of no use whatever to the is done employment will be given to' H.1C. DDtOVrxOLUX. Captain, I

the foot of one of my best tree that class they are supposed to reach and many men who are badly in need of W. P. HOUSE." 0.8. !

had been thrown there to decay. I immediately benefit. These terms may have their .. hr:! .: .:.
work at present. g:; g I t 1;:; sit la: BXXEYOLEXT: AND' OTHE& 8&CXTIES.MAMOXIC. I
called my son to remove those uses among those who are devotingtheir Sac gQ M ,+ $ VORTBKBK rOUTS. 1 Q DO ; Mildl I I

skins-because he was applying to that whole time and study to the sub- I Nancy Gregg, a negress 108 years of QQ.- tit lID Palatka Lodge, No. M, 1'. & A.1.M/-M eti'
86p 52'ra ti' s ...... LT .JacksonTUle..Ar .... 5005...... lOOp 740p 135p
tree an overabundance of material jest but it shows a lack of education age, died at her home near Rocky 245i Blip OSk, Tao, ... .. LT.......yuJee..A. ... If ...... 815p 'ftp.25pl_. First and Third Monday night in'ln oftmthk
Point a' 820p Sins .M d SBOpWHipafi ...... Ar..reroandina..Lv ...... 730a ...... nop Sop st 7 JO o'clock. i I
that would to make skins when these scientists write for the I recently. She was brought to
go orange gen- .... Slisp! .. .. .. .K'eretf..Ar.642n. ...... <:Tp.. .. II QUa WALTER .
and I feared that the oranges on that eral public ana use these terms that the : this country from Africa when a ... .. .a35p10ra' /2 i':: ... .. ...BruJll..1dr; ...LT.... .. ears ... ...... ..... ..... LOUIS FALK.Secreury. THOMAS. W.K. '
..... ...... iIlSp... II .. .8a..Dnah..L" ...:.. 802a453a ...:.. 433p425p ...... 124
tree would be all skin. I was simply average farmer knows nothing about. ; child by a slave trader. .... .. .. ... 122fpjHp 1125p .. .. .LT Sarannah....Ar ..... .... ...... ...... Putnam Chapter XoTftTB. A. -Meett fttc-
.. .. 120a. Ai..Falrfax.8.. C...LT 'l/a : > .
laughed at for my fears, and listenedto When they write for the general public I :: : :: :: .07 .x a win : : :::: Ar : Amgnsta,Ga : :::::: :7:::. .20p... :::: : :::::. ODd aDd Poarth3ionday Vlghts. {I

a scientific explanation of the composition let them educate themselves so that I Cures Nervous Troubles and In ..:.:: :... .. 347p.lad Site .. .. ..Denmark 8 C.. .. .... 231a..213p ..... ..... W. P. ANDERSON H.P. i I

of orange skins and what the they cD write in such language as the I digestion. :::::: :::::: .4 S: .045a.400a I.:::.:.1.:. :.8pattanbn Columbia' 8.SC.C "" .:::.U::: SSOp.::::::. ..bO..::::::.:::::r THEO ASDERSOX__, Secretary_
...... ... ... .. ...r.aa HOP .... ..Atheville? C.. ..... .. 215p1.. "".... ...... ...... "' j 1
final result would be, which I did not public can understand or let it alone.A I Mr. W. T. Nelson president of the ..... ...... 821p o S 2fa ....... Charlotte, N C- .....Il00p.. ...... S .... ....... Council of R.& 8. M. Palatka 5o Meet i i:
...... .... 10;At ... ..8a1I.bUI'J.XC.. .. .t ..... 12p ...... Il1a ............ fourth Wednesday each moDto.
understand then and don't remembernow long article filled with eienlific Second National Bank, of Jackson, .... .. .... .. lo4spee. 12ttp: ... .. .1- .GIftDlboro.NC.. .. ..... T40p ...... ... ..... E. L
but how the and ..... ... 1200p1" i sop .. .... ...1n.ineVa..... ...... eoftp ...... ...... ..... HABKELL.T.L U.L .
; any oranges on that names phrases is more a confession Tenn. says: "For indigestion and ner. .... .... 'GIIai :;., 64.'i-... ....1.I .Kkhn ond. Va..Ljnchbnrg ......,12Mp .....: ...... W. P. AXDERSON Rec. I
tree were not all skin, despite the man of Ignorance than wf information, was trouble, I would rather Riff up .:.. .. ...... I5s. .. Va. ...... 4 OOp327p ...... 704a..... ...... ,
... ...... I asap:= ..barlottesYU.." ..... ........ ........ ...... PALATKA COMMANDERY. No. 8.E.T.1RKLLE.C.
ner of their fertilizing; and I am at a and Is of no practical value whatever. any remedy than KUK Royal Oerme- ... .. .... 'ual e:i .35P/.I'!/ ...Wafthington.. + ...... 11 Ua12a -... ..... I.,r
8r. :
... ..... ............
.. ...... SlI6&'gl .. .Baltimore. '
toss to this day to know why they were The child of Robert and Mrs. Rials tner. ken ivirr:* trAiqiilizer: and re ....d. ...... : ..Philadelphia.. .._. T20aJtocton .5)'p....... ..... Sr. Kt.T. B. AND ,
not provided the modern theory of died last week. Mr. Rials is work fttoraiive. It U all ttKuean be desired. .. .... .025az/ $23aiSOOpI .."New York..... ........1215m.. .............
at mDeep I .... ....._.. .., + ..... ." ....... 900p ...... ..... Order of the Eastern I
ItUn-tta narcotic In acme, bat Star Meets
fertilization is correct. My impression Creek swamp for F. S. Hodgesand any fourth Thursdays of each month.

Is that the "science" of agriculture is his family ate living there. I I I pro iuc H the happiest effec'i upon the Also thro-nth Sleepers Tampa and New York. MATTIE II:. McLAki
disordered 37 and W carry thrvugh Sleepers between JackM'DT1I1e and Tampa and Sew York. MAUDE V. McKtNZIE.' : Secretary,
so far In its infancy that it don't know We hear of much sickness among nervous HJstein. I considerIt Elegant Through jay ache. Jaek.osvll to Cbarlutt on >... 35 sad SO. AD of shoes III Ma.oni Hall corn]
luvalnab and have for and Front street
; an remedy
much about the matter and that practical children iu the adjacent country.
several been recommending It to
knowledge is doing much more Our white sbool has nineteen scholars years" CINCINNATI-JACKSONVILLE.: HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. LO.O.r.

for the art of farming (for Ills an art) enrolled. J. F. my friends. V* "II To 8t. LOUIS Chicago SlOGS City. Pioneer Lodge No.23:, L O.0.-r_]

than all the theories that are concoctedby Ideal Mention was made in the press abouta .-1-3 t Detrott Chicago Cleveland Toledo',I;&'i-c as I ,"r- ; No.$,1 1 1(0. II uesdny W. night. L C.8TXPH1]
PanaceaJas. week could Loulntne, ?'....bS., .. c5'; T. RALPH Secretary.Members
I that notaries bold
who have little if ago
men any practical din I vtllo and IndianA aispmLv..Jackvmju _.....Art 900am of the Fraternity when|
skill in the occupation.One I.. Francis, Aldermmi, Chicago I office only four years without being iecomruinsioned. '" I apu1 I 'Z lZ SOOatntLTSISpmlLT. .. ...Atlanta..........LT 1050pm2Wpm itr are invited to meet with ms.L .
:.. t ._. 12 .......Birmingham... ...LT
great drawback to the success of says: '! regard Dr. King's New Discovery I I It teems to have .. ; ...... pr"p..LT: 720am L 1 KNIGHTS
...... .... ... HONOR]
> ILv.Jackaomvtli.AT Onam ...... TltamLT .St. Louis LT 73opm135pm
Florida is the attempt to perform im as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs i created a stir among the notaries In 106a 820a s asoo0m lapin Ar..ltierett..1.v Stem: f OOp700a 211Opmi1.T..Chtc&go., .. ......Lv Harmony Lodge No. r.8'-Jliee

possibilities to out of season Colds and Lung Complaints, havicg all sections of the ]Male, and every 4 Up7fiOp 23amAr..Macon,' ..LT il open C27 HOpmLT..noboque..L 730ao00pm Tilrd Wednesday of the mouth
grow crops 700am LT ...... :
SftoamiAr....Atlanta. ..LT19OOp '3.>pmIOIlll& ; .I\Ioux\:1ty..LT W. H WARKENj
and to try to force this climate intoa used it In my family for the last five mail brings requests for reappointment. TSOanvLT..Atlanta..... 130pm I240pn> Lv..BirmtnRbam..AT 315pmS3uam
,!' S 06pm 12 lot 1C 20pm Ar.......Memphit.KanaMlltr.. ..... ..LT J. B. DONSELLY, Reporter
purely tropical condition when yean, to the exclusion of physicians In the stir-up one man has been _4 lOa t2_50pm Ar Chattanooga. 920pm At...... : .... .... 1090am

nature has only made it with a mild or inscriptions or other preparations. 1 found who has held his commission 28 ...... 1 IIOpID 1--/-I TOOaSIOp K. or r.
...... Pullman between Jackson-
Through
TOfipra Sleeper St.John Jxxlge,No.8, Lot P
semi-tropical climate. The natives Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk,. Iowa, years, he having been appointed by ...... 713ap. 1 asp a.o4C1DeIJUlatLNOt' j ?.
Thursday Night. B. S
writes: "I have been a minister of the I .
here-"the ciackers"-nndentaud the Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 I ex-Gov. Harrison R.*ed. Titutville t J.B.DOXN-EU.Y K,R.ft..
36 and '5 thrrngh Pnll-
possibilities ot the soil and climate years or more, and hive never found < S'sr le-pr bet rry fern Jacksonville ASHtVILLK: ROUTE, I Uniform Rank K.roartb of P No. 4-Meet> for 01
men .every Second and Wednesday J
Between JacksooTiO*and ClncinnatLSOpm nights
,
much better than the new-comers,aud anything ro beneficial, or that gave me I aud Cinc una*'. .AnDCII'1.
such speedy relief as DC. King's New I siR.CHILDS. ': LT.. .. ...ac YUle..A .00am J. E. LPCA8. 8r. Kt. Car
are more successful with tbelr CIUpS. : No 38's oonnec'ion r.arrl sleeper II lspin'LV..S..wah.Ar' 4Uam ESS C E. BrRTZ, ISr. kL Lieut.
Ucovey. Try this Ideal Cough 400am Ar..._.. .Colombia... ....Ly,12 7am I
They plant each crop in its season, and Remedy now. Tnal Bottles free at ; Atlanta to Coatfal100gN- ,,1&V;nm Ar... ... Bpartanburr...... .LT 6 20pm
.
cm remain at ChatUuo :1245pmAr..Hender.onviite.L: IMPROVED: ORDER OF RIO MEN
it surface and cultivation. Passengers 397pm
give proper Ackerman& Stewart's Drug More.
.., 14opm Ar.. A.beville..Lr! s OnztHrxazzTarn..No.: : : 13.
1' l'pm bet. C.I
in ..Ieepernutlt m. -Pnf>
Science with them is practical knowledge PIANU :F RTES -K* Upm Ar.:.::. }lot SprinRS..Lv'lxlopm: ::::: '! Rewton D. Uchleitner, i LunJ
I ... .... .K |I.OOam leagamute' l-Cllemj"
The Barlow Courier-Informant says 4 Close connections f >r Chicago i nil 725pm Ar OnUJe..L Senior Jeff ot
and it is with .... ... ....
so ninety-nine 42Samr ..Lexington. ....Lr 10 45am more; W. B. 1u4 ent. Chief of Recoct H
hundredths of the farmers of this coun- bat "vleDty'of oranges, home-grown I ail We-tcrr, points, 715am! Ar.......Cincinnati.........Art soopmnd lenrin. Keeper of Wampum.Meta ;

try. Several Tears ago a young man are on the ma-ket retailing at 15 t.ents'a And ORGANS. .. Visiting first brethren four Monday COnIJ Tinvitedt4attend.G. .

to place and stated! dozen. This doesn't look like the !; ,INo. a Na f W..t Florid sad N.w : 7Nos; 3;
came gravely
my \and It JUleS 1'1 A. R.
PIA\O TONING A GREAT SPECIALTY
made it for threeor freeze had ruined us, does it?" I tinily.t'stty., I- Orleans Daily. Pally'N Veteran !"oat.fo. ;
that he bad a study I _. ___ 12 Department I

'our weeks! That my trees needed ... .... 7 Sam,LT ............Fernandlna..... ........Ar .. ...... 20pm3Xtpm lens the third and fourth Thursday itn\\.
PINE TAR SYRUP J.... Seam LT.... .........Callahan....... ...Ar .... .... i G Post Room in second story< rill's ski.U.1.
j .
pruning and if I would give him an Mr. CHILDS WitS traveling salesman C) CD.4.' S inpmj\ .Tl .............JackaonTllto.... ...... MuD a''''pm.! m FOX Consider) J
I and fur for P. P. _C: y 11915pmrn l S .... .......... Baldwin ............. scam f .iuni l' 13.;. W.S.NUGENT.: Adjutant.
axe and a saw he would gladly prune Quic doubt in the cire ;; IV.'rteiu'gmal NUI kern rqusic house +-* CO ,illr.pllll1l Itilam ".... ........ ...Waldo....... ....... 440am lofpm .. -
my grovel! There is no t tThird nlNtw Orlemi. Mr. UVrlein made < ........ "..... .. ....GainMTilto... .. .... ....A1r........ 1130am713am NATIONAL FRATERSITY
world what the fellow was honest < ]
put a public a* njClII that Mr. t'Lllds was >*+.a 'l36&aml2CC' .>m' wo:...........Hawthorne... ... .... 330an.1215pm a tr
in his convictions. lie WAS an Episcopal streets.There I the best piano IUIHT in the city of hwl.le' 1 ...., i 4pm ... ... .... ...Cltra........... ... 3 Dam 11 4fipm 7" Han. orer Times-Herald Printing W >, at ]
JDJI: C .1] "........... 1J"er8rrlDp..... ... .. .j.\ o'clock p. HL, second Wednesday eaclmonth.
priest; he would no doubt havechoppt'd __ ns. L tillAram 2opo -.. ... .. ...... .Ocala. ............. l'i45amHKpm .5..B. R. J. ,
sawed down trees if I is uuu ual activity among Mr. ('111 I.('> Wpn' the best and Q) :J c'j .... .... .... ... .. ... .... .... Homo a a .. ..... .... .. I'.... ... ...., = .. RILE Ga fa&
and
my i chftlPt'"t nnos ever w.tfft l in the S..iJibfqtnrtvrs ++ 3S3am, SPill: u.... ....'.... Udwood... .... ... nmpmiooxam: ... 5"C B C.LANNING, AccounUat
had let him, and put me into just as 1'&mpa'a cigar: manufacturer, and fret j t tare Co 0 I M1.ml 3!>t>. .....:....._ Lceborg........... .." l0 rpm, .32amf CCl =
..
: at KVAN'S MumnioilihuniihiDs ) s.. .26tuD: 4Z4pm -.... ..... .....Tararea .... .... .." j 4Opm. >stem _
big a hole as my own folly had dune. now working rveryibinz availab, e Hrw..e ; Enil.ouumo( 37 A.C: 0 I .I04mt! 54j .1....__........ .Orlando. .... .... .. : 700pm 74Sam r -
Orders in them 'Inl1 i ither ... .2I.IJJm, .......... .....\\ .ncnPark... ...... '.... .... j 720am O C
[ wouid as soon trust a college professor are pouring ujxin t I* muut.. en 0 !I.SUm! 409pm'' ... -... .. t. berlr............." 10 44pm, S 22aml =
:
Heulrnc and } ,.i.*al .... ........ ... .. .. .. s .
watch I wouldto are doing: all th.-v c.m i-> sappy: iu Conservatoryr'irsi ._ en E ittam, 430pm .LaeooehM ... .I0JlSpm" S onarn ;
to repair my as ftreft.MOM i .l '. agate mv lie might have be demand I .47am' 94>pM ... .... ......P1ataty.... ........ : .42pm 7 4usm'73"innl Ins C
crop. II "WI'\. 0 cd 1 i6a.a,! f 3&t>m -.... .... ... ....Tampa.. .. ..... .. .. : I 70Uam .A c. o:: (
ibo ih ory fur doing both, but in practice --- -- -- I'ALATK/ 'FLA C fcfjC 1-1-- -- -p ]
C .- i S BOpm! 15am LT... .... .... ..m.- 7 Oa1D, Siam
hi would he wnre baD "a mis I fss'sLwos>a u; Iti-lita 112fiam! Ar........ ..... Lake Uty.- ft Siam. 340pm ;;
-
dom 0Il2lka I ISGtpm ..... .... .OJreOak........ ... .m.lM.m ;IlfftrViilr BARKED PLYMOCTH R i iBROUN
e a u failure 1'l1a" retrace may LING WAH. = L. 300am lUfm -.... .... .... .Madison ...... ..... .. 34fiam: isepmX2 :: 4
"i I OWI.i for the resources of I I _C rf 42"au.. 2m M. .._. .. .. ..NTanahaese............ am' 40am S ; .i and WHITE I.Ef.H j
a 3uaml I anpm ":..- .. ..: .... ........." j I 14 ags 20pm ; .. ='
m:: brr carlo are as jet little known; O O I........1! 43 ipm -.. ... .-.......QmMiey ...124'iam'UOlamL.',. . .< ,-: EGG tor Uaie&UMr fl per 1 ee
for lhcm I Woe -....... ... .Rirer Junction ... .... .. .... ..i e -=
buUcitDti6knowlell "," meet be de- ge: lht nt. plant 'r.tht T..J'OtIjtJa hlbaaD ...... "-... ..-- -'... .Pennaeola................ I S3tpm4.... ... :a. =. seinnzs, $2.CO; BYe settings, f
aChi C
m s sB F lau ulldiFIX ..M.Mie_.. ... St5pm
:J !tim &, tual expt'neoce, and today n T, art the p.are-a"Jaekans'ae New Orleana ; =: : ::: :::::::: Sew Orleans ::. .:.-. ::::: ,; !Laml i:':::.:. Fowls !'bpped! at single vipitFISH. j
*.> maui of ihe scientifictheories a81Nt rd e{' {' I
'CtIC t fLam V P"LATJU. ----- -AI.SO---
tIIe ) 'T "T.. f'LA.Fi..I. .
are t.1. <"1 rt: that an etmoly concocted tom s
;'i WIargtst plants--. the 'arid. except Smndar. ;C Bnrt oo*at Tamps for St. Petenbarg, Manatee River and Key PFrMICATFD .
(: -"fet"m.'l' hat their adoption yor p .: t SO.Gnare test .e'aat wnrk uarsntecd.tVork .
; Vex .nd Havana teaa>er feseaner "Manatee' for aQ pntata on )hates rhf'L At burke UEAT.1JE.A1. and
sa. uld be :ll\.l' t I"ib: care.ature's at a.o.tud, or+ 50 .era. s-.t. Shornldbtv r.r LaCrosse. At win steamer for Uetroxe. Connect at TaBahaMe for S t Marks CarabeO '
great F.rr, ?tee.l Asealfor'a6.
doie'Wi -bfOrt notice. od and AvalaeMe-1. toanecuatRtrerJnnc acs for Cluttahoocaee Biter steamers. Connects MICA CBYSTA!
she
u..t .w.ntr took for farrnertrtntl
Labratory is wonderful and Wala for Ho uc tawa.
gtudener.. e'er.girosSway. ttannz recn'lv purchased the Laur- An bag: trig be checked from Union Depot. TVkets will be sold at the city ticket office Wu.e.Iv prices to
.
tut .. 1 'e understood. Just look at that ldaled ate.n. ((4 bo tick 202 Hogan ft ett aa well aa at the CoM i -pot ticket offlea.
)L RER7tl t Co., drv of >< [at'b 3f sugar cane that U growing in 17wrott,fifth. for clothes w present them In LIJ-G I. Ticket cent.202 West Bay street, corner Hogan,. .cbollrilk. JTa. C.

!tfmangrove! One pUnt i* drawing WAII, From SL N. 8. PENIS GTON. Traffic Manager. A. 0. )IACLONELL.Gen. Puss cnL lolerlachit

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(. in silver DO
;7; A treasury
mand in gold or silver.These ; Tuft's Pills AN EXTRAVAGANT HABIT.
rimes..Herald. |
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signature to the article in the notes j i tI W. Livingston's i Thii'Wl tt. Haired V.tena.I lite Great

to a great deal more Cure All FkwloB For Wtlttllnj. .
[of the 16ih, which was replied to the treasury-t&e The white haired veteran had a very T.

N, Overhultz in a recent issues these are the IS HEADQUARTERS: FOB BARGAINS ET shame faced look when his wife came

have read "A. 11." lnaLe ad of plete the gold reserve. Liver Ills. up to where he wa sitting in front of

InN J. N., too, wants :,: fURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING[ GOODS was the genera covered store.with whittling The floor around He folded him.

says the United States first ceives worth 100 I I'To those living up a big jackknife and turned his

j was U to 1 or a coinage value of dollar we tape head to avoid the of
reproving glance
Handsome Oak Chamber than has been add Palatia
I in malarial districts Tutt's Pills Suits cheaper ever n t
4 5 and the the his helpmate."I
per ounce, European15J change, whereby
Hardware Stoves Tinware Lamps and Crockery at lowest
Glassware "
or $1.331-3 per ounce. lar will be reduced to are indispensible they keep the was too laUwa'n't I, she exclaimed
prices.In. in a tone of discouragement
the United States:) declared that wants fifty dollar that system in perfect order and are fact you will find BARGAINS in any and everything you want, at any Taking a pine ahingle from under her

>once of silver was worth $1 37. of the ashes In and all times., shawl she threw it down and said

las long as it was only worth 21.33 take gold, for he an absolute curefor Polite A attention and satisfaction,guaranteed. "I've driv rattle aa I've plowed land,

(Europe the United Slates could silver. but keepin' track of a man ia wnsa'n

[ make it worth 137. The silver John, you need not sick headache i indigestion, Corner Lemon and Third Streets anything I ever tried ;rit. "
malaria liver "I re'ly didn't think," tw Mid apologetieally. -
today want the United States to am a capitalist. I am torpid constipation -

|are an ounce of silver worth $1.29. laborer like yourself. and all bilious diseases. Nice Roller Top Cherry Desk; and an Iron Safe "I knowed. ye wouldn't think. Whena r

how will they do it as long; as sll- free silver will benefit Tutt's Liver Pills FOB SALE AT A BARGAINP11 man guts inter the way o' whittlin
.
Is only worth C5 cents waut any in mine. he jt s' quits doin ev'ythiag eI.se. seems

I. N. -- ter me. Boon's he once tastes the joyso'
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pass the coining of the silver Another word ----

far was discontinued because for- tramp says with him it A carload of tine watermelons were whittlin he's satisfied ter go ahead.I .
put that shingle oat on the porch an
p coins could be brought here and out of every 16 places brought into, Tampa last week from Z. tol yer exactly where 'twas. An yet ye

)lned at a profit. Or in other words When he asks for a Yanier'sl.1rm.IIoodtsSars.paril. come oft wetboat H."

'er 'sat was only worth $1.38 was IQfiiances to 1 of not "It does seem kinder oograteful in
a purifies the blood:
J>u,:b here and coined where it was he knows he hasn't overcomes that tired : BECIS me." he answered
feeling, createsan
[rth I i 37 What a lesson for the 16 ia sixteen years. and J "Tain't the ou ratitode as moves
appetite
gives refreshing sleep.: me. Ye don't think I hurried down
|1 : ,
betevere'' While this silver --+-- herewith that shingle owin Ifr a fear

further says that the coining the land there are 16 -. thet ye'd git ongratefui, do yrt I know
the tUver dollar was discontinued has a job. J. T. & K. W. TrhfnJos..GOIh" ed what was goin ter happen. I knew-

[til foreign coin were demonetized ed thet ef ye didn't hey nothin else
MANUFACTURE OF ALL KINDS OF handy ye'd do whot did
|e would infer from that that demonekalion MARVELOUS ye blot regardless -
of expense. That's the third
meant that foreign coins were From a letter SOUTH. wooden leg ye've whittled up in the

iven out or was not oted as money. I Gnnderman, of last three months. I don't altogether
Train 23 arrives Palatka
10O. m. WAGONSAnd
low about the silver dollars that the lIe permitted to ; blame ye for wnittliu, fur ea I've said

[nited Stales had coined Were they i "I Lave no leaves 10:53 a. m. daily. before when the habit once lakes bold

Train 21 arrive Palatka 11:25 it's wafts than fever an far ssickin
p. m. agar
lemonetized? Silver Dr. New ;
men say to-day ing King's
leaves 11.30 to a man. Bat I most my daM when
p. m. daily Other Vehicles.
fiat Ore
act of 1873 demonetized silver .
results were almost he's got a wife thet' whim ter run

ruck down half the money of the : case of my wife. OOIXG NOETU. tuna after 'hn an keep 'im supplied

people. the dollar of the daddies, and of the Baptist Church Train 82 arrives Palatka 5:00: a. m.; CORNER LEMON AND FOURTH STREETS. weth material ez drtn't cat aotbin far

joey want silver remonctized. But I tion she.was Drought leaves 5:05: a. m. 'it him ter cut up three wooden l.o. everyone

liver has monia succeeding La Train 78 arrives Palatka 4-45 p.J of 'em store bmgbt I ia ..reemonths.i.
| been used right along ever i paroxyisms of leaves 4:50 m.; BLACKSMITH WORK. HORSE SHOEIllG.. .downright(bif'lew."-Washington -
ince 1P73, and more so than ever be- p. m. Star.
hours with little

ore. If, as some say the silver dollarvas seemed as if she I Trains 21 and 32 carry Pullmsn Gr\Ve have exnerienced Workmen In all our Departments, a Stock of the ,

assassinated in 1873, I say that them. A friend Sleeper ; VERY: BEST MATERrAL, and we GUABAXTEK SATISFACTION both in price Tw. Views of tlM S.1.ect.

J Silver has had a wonderful growth ucjler King's New Discovery vd style of work. 27-1
in its work and
the assassination. Of the immense
I
results. Trial bottles
I mount of silver In the treasury only man & Stewart's Drug I CHILLSMORGAN'S -------

[bout one-fifth has gotten into drcuJition size 60c and $1.00.
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rIi'I: ,.L.r ,.L. !9 ..L.rE'L:: : T..L-T.S'i-I:: .
in spite of the inducements

tIered by the government to induce :

|hem to use silver. Owing to certain IMPROVED CHILL TONIC Ripans Tabules.
ri
Getting back to the changing of the ,

atio to 16 tIr ff tl-29 per ounce: naries, we have been It !.a SUPERIOR true Chill TO Cure ALL la comtitoatioa OTHERS. with / r.. s
lay active work in Liver%'oalcs.Vlaea taken it Disaise commonly:: eomest on with slight symptoms, which when
ie find *x,ia 'Sjthe United Slates properly never ;H
Florida Edition and fails to care the roost obstinate case of Chills naj'.ejtel laorine! ineiteataaJ: : Kra iaHf gro* daa;eroa*.
:;r't! i 7 -:.; p nce of silver mad .Fever. Where others fail It will care.
.. until It U pleasant to take,and coatailll nothing to 'If SUFFER FROM: HEADACHE
p'ther appearance yoj
countries
$
.9 f ce Injure the most delicate system. Babies take : -DYSTaTre: RIPANS TABULEfPEr'SIAorINDIGESTlO4 F
"' a ;. ut when coined into be all the better for it easily. As a Tonic it U without an eqaaU I
Slates dollar worth advertisers because Guaranteed by your dl'1lnlat. If fit "J BI''D l;. Hrr\ =3or II \p
was only Price Take RIPANS TABDLES
,50 cents per bottle. ::
hav A DISORDERED: UVER. I
h 29. We find that very little was the people in the VOIGT & CO., Chattanooga Terw. ,
If j.u C:. "U1IJ1 Ii H\LL11Y, er FFat9fxfilr
(owed under that ratio before 1873. sire a change of & SUffER DUrBlH 1fflK EHUII, Take RIPANS/ TABULES

Ill J, N. explain when I said silver I be t left undone to GUARANTEED BY ALL DRUG

aa not coined and then said it was? success and it all de GISTS. OF THE STOIICU Rn\lil: att. UL. DI'iOKDUi. Take RIPANS TABDLESTabalej
t
.1 that the silver dollar upporl given us by !
cheaper Ripens act gently bat promptly upon the liver stomach Mr. Outspoken yon were' not i iso eoi -
the of
fold dollar out before '37. development y and intestine; clean the system effit ita tlly; cure djupeptU, h..blr. i -large, Miss Maudlin I would ask

[lie silver was being coined certain amount must Now Ready trial eonftipatljo. offensive: breath and heA!a-jh*. On TABULK: takenat i you to dance.
'37. fray actual expeses of JUjnedJ dizziness distress Hiss Maudlin-I may look large, Mr.
1. io existing up to the fl ,t lictticmof( lailigestioa, bill) after

'If it will suit better I will ny gold I nammoth, edition. eating or depreiiion of spirit, will surely an 1 qilcsly remove the Outspoken, but I assure you I should '+
feel small enough If I did danee withyou.Cellier's
.
(vas driven out before 1808. I said in If yoa desire whole difficulty. i

[ny former article that silver was driven dress: Capt. J. II. 4"I FOR Rapine Ta'jales are prepared fr>:n prescription widely ned by Weekly. e

put by cold under the 16 to 1 ratio I Florida or. :THE .. { the best iyslciaaa, aal p-deacevl In the form unoit approved br Struck It Blrit.'Tea f 1

from 1837 to 1873. J. N. cannot find a ; WARJ PUB. CO., modern science. ," said the reader of bat, "I
If fair trial T"' alei iQf4lllbcur".. can tell the moment I look at a hat
[ilver dollar that was coined before Cincinnati, O. Fall glean a Rtpia > are "Q they con-
Planting.| t&ia nothing injurious ant, are aa ecoiomie&l remedy. what kind of man tbe wearer was. how
873. They are put away as relics.J. old, whether tall or abort and other

N says the increase of gold kept characteristics. ph. it's no trick. I

tare with silver and the discontinuance Of Intention to Apply f ONE GIVES RELIEF. | don't" know how I came by the facnl-

L'f' silver depreciated its value. Who ty.
Notice is hereby Then that "It most be a gift," suggested one
Discontinued. it? There was none being nth day of MVi.UKLU. A. We hive s limited supply of fine bud. A quarter gross box will b- sent, postage paid. on receipt of 50 3 of us.
.irnec\II.t/llcrtloers: will !
)
jedhy tkfr eromentof the Unitedi 'I'the t tat. of Florida for I Orange Trees one year old on sour i! cents by | "Llka second sight or mind reading."
[i the law ol 1873 only carried Moponed charter of the St.. I tnfoliata stock, 3 years old (oudded observed another.
Klrer Steamboat<<
I aa &
(hat the people had already tached. 1 lowAll Ripans Chemical Co. | "Bring on your hat" said a third.

gold kept pace with silver Dated J. E. LUCAS ol I 1 last winter trees are now lu a A large number of bats were
pro-
is it 10 Street New York N. T.
lisconlinuance, why that R. W. LpCAS,of} I condition. i fl Sprnce duced from one source or another, large

Hrlf1 of the 2d ion say that in F.J.UfeGDON,Jr.. Following varieties guaranteed true 4 Locallra
leen years after tbe di.cont I CllAaTEa or THE ST. JOB I II name: to Take Act aid Save Doctor's Bl1(, concealed
UiTTJt STEAMBOAT Co I-I They are ElY Quick to m any a ji ownership was successfully
he product of diver in the I Majorca, Jaffa jiS The hat reader took a rather broad
t Tliese Articles of .u Ruby Blood, Harts Late, ,'_ XL j
Injs value was! $120,000- subscribers hereto have St. ilicbal brimmed soft, shabby hat and began to
together for the purj one of Navel inspect it"This .
3 106000000. It seems I nun under the Law of the Med. Sweet, Tangerine, "
he is the hat of
the name and for the said a
Sanford Med. Homasass
creased more than gold forth,to-wlt: '/ tramp.
1. The name of the Parson Crown, Satsuma, .
ontinuance.
: Consistency "St.Johns and Oclawaha and "How do you know? '
be a rare jewel i ii l'8Dy" and Its place of Grapefruit.A "By unmistakable sign The brim la
t
lathe ia tbe Mate ..f norlda.e few hundred FINE TREES the The Little Saloon.
caused the drpreetallon! The object and t Pineapple Orange; size of tree, Putnam j turned op in the' back. That comes
shan be to maintain and from often sleeping in haymow or ender -
in}how? A few hundred] the carriage and transi> to 4 feet. Price, 50 ana 75 cents each.
Ae commercial ratio was 1. and freight upon the trees. It ia polled down in front to
State of Florida; to build, I shade the face from kupection.
wit is about 31 to 1. boatwsys, and to build and BUDWOOD.We "W'ondmnl Go 00.It
water craft.of all kinds.a Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped !
cast out of the wheat q i The amount of the : can furnish Rood Cud wood of all "It owner wa often hungry. Ha

r. but hedidUct Uake the duet off (corporation I$M.QUO). which shall: shall be be Fifty : above varieties for fall budding. I I baa gnawed the brim. He was dishonest
timself.[ Pe -that' "U" the/ dred shares of tbe par will be reduced in October on -WITU- for he hid things in the crown. The
agrees I
dollars each. All varieties.For x'A11. >*b' shape of the crown shows that be had
[ States could take all the wheat .shall be paid ia cash at the
ted save and except that O. D. full particulars, address the Latest and Moat Improved Bar Fixtures. the pointed skull of an idiot Am I
price could be kept up. Out h& Lucas, subscribers,hereto, HASTINGS & WYLIE, I rightr
stock be
as. may
not propose to "buy up a lot of amount not to exceed 150 ah Interlacben Fla. A Finely Assorted Stock of "I guess BO, old boy," laid the boat
when we have more than we cant Mild corporation a bill of G3TWE EMPLOY NO AGENTS. I of the occasion. "That' my bat and
Railways at Palatka and a
be 'oee not want to coin a lot named tnlalU." now !Wats WlrisUes) Beer Questls Ass birtei Ciirs. Ta)lns El:., EI!:. when I was on my walking tour this
river and owned by said
summer I did nearly all you mention.
of the fact that It Ito
)1 spate only the valuation of said rat
,at Fifteen Thousand IKJUr I :at Try another."Detroit Free Frees
.TFT = :PROP.
of what we have coined is inf period 4. That of twenty-five said corporation years. We Send it FREE 1RREEA..

1.i 6, The business of the C Lemon Street, FatatJca, Fla I
f not ':xpla! .n the 16 to 1 ratio ducted by a President a ( I If'
Secretary and a treasurer AN ORDINANCE
'U, "-.en to one means a great b\ the sat'lholders at a --1'0Young -
tbe first Tuesday of April.
Dunces of silver it not equalof dually thereafter. The Kemlrinjr the rj't Owner or Alien *
;:,,'d. Till'c fire I can shall. be conducted by O. O and Old, for Prewiws.the Owners, ; ,.a4 lots, sad
J fc. leas Oeneml ) vacant or occupied within the
,?people hObby on that ratio- Jr.Secretary and K M' Limit Of the City.f PU txto Keep th.
ttl the officer elected at the Saris ia a CTeaaly Condition, remv mc aJ
11, uses ." ti.lf'lwe. ill provMed for Khali snbe Rejoice with os ID .the Discwy "" "" "'"""""" """ "" "" """, fifth of every kind as often M On.. 1:... b
The bifbwt of Wtok. or oftener if r..ttii 4 M to J. eau
c utide. .ll:11 bt CIAO at all i 101 iiit!'to WBMD the \ ir ALABASTINE.I to Reno ..u Weeds and utter >;"ziiiitfGfuwtk
.., n tJ'1)t) that' 1IJI' 1- I -II It)<<'t' hMtf shall be ... ,and all Defcrte nf <"'t.rv kind! mt '
: 1 be nan es ami re keep IB< > J Itanltary < t' i.'rto> toe >ulc
h .' u.d In \'UI ll,. I:"' <'r- l h.Tu,,are kS follow-; Wben a man has suffered for years I IT WON'T RUB OFF. wall wWrfc hoed'r said L.r; Lui ,ur Prew
I. l I. JA KS!<>\ with isaaBe
a weakness that his life
nl.qt .' t 11 T* Patetka. blights to Wall Paper I. "'._.altary. KAI.MOMIKK 1H U Or>teiB.4 V>r e'io.n, :.l of the Pi i "/
I' t ll< i robs him of all that really nukes p TEJ11.0KAH<'JIOToJJUUIt 0i'a' A..U CALEt.! of Falatka. sad U ;. twrel.y I "Lulled I t.% .
,t'.... 'I" :.IJ enl \ if .I I Lu\tDo c.1 a?P: .. worth living, if he can avail himself pure. pmD&DeIIt &ad artJstIo Umritjr of tile sueSscTena :

'- (.1 ",- II 11I,1-:,', i\, \1. ,.. F... IU .a. of a complete cure why not pos ALABASTINE Jia It'&d y.for Lbe bnWabT I. The orrafantA. .witen...! or ".."I: ;
f of b
ill toll vr the owners all "leetrl.1 I r-ian't
mttr.
mixiDc |i.rem
..:-:- : .1 It I.... u. \ \ i "1N't..rY I 'T t yer u... r perwbllr OIAJ5l. ... the moral mrave to stop hioowuward T-- Fer Sale br Paint Dealers! E," JTWheft. ton, vacant Palatka.h..ii If' *> coi>im!. WI'....i' I use. Im"'- .,ttfeeCityof

'I ;"I'I'r '.\ .1 t k-.,.n .nU>' J tU.engdea.. I II" course. paperl.-rn ...&.ZSSJXZZ CD CC A.lint Card tbo teK U d slr M. slat. also A1abesUDe elaaaycosdition.. rrm\.:.i >, : tin. r\T same' *II; a
..
r.".. u, known.se the ... No C. 0 n. fraud nor recipe decep ttreebe. &bT m efteeover I1LL fovmtr RockiuwttrcctoanfoiMmratiniilDirth. : an often_uacr eaehwe.-.. "f"I./ .>r If r. 'I| .:
.
w -Ij .1 t .11'"1 .n -li.nlJt'tl t. the seteenaottart.e.- ALAnAHTIXK I .., .. .
,, I If we'would CO Grand Jlapld ]J1 b. rd t- do n u -40:'-t that they I we could not cure : L ,' ,. .
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KTinrtk. an'Is I "
anxtmt
?I. ', -* err" k
: v' '"'teal I I".r wn 1 r f act anti d otoI.
!
1 ntN'nd ,
Ii ill our uediciue FREE to try, i and kaO keep n r.Md ta,1" Her !!, w a .L i ,*" .; j it | r ue.a.-et fnruiH MT b.a4 and .. I II. D<1 pay when satisfied, Writ tu-d">, the fdewalki, wlui i I..r'r'r Haiti I .
----wE K r.E.t'I.L kits. .
KIM
;
or premMea.AaTtox
vatti >' .: t t.r 1 tfu ', L. .1''et. brr. iwe :hu may not appear again.WEAKNEN.. ,1"1 1 S. It nhaJI h I' r. v af all topeate .
-- I' 'C .
.,
ltc. us; _' "UtMlldn_: I IVen : ; .IH : tary l'*et h* D.LU % ,; :" : J : i j 1 '.: !L;1 .[ : :, l Of hoaaea., uwaers.bra ud apent.p...or._c.. 10. .r *.or the oec'e Irhis fun C. r i ierne. i M i t* B4;: wtttonvr delay hereafter with UivrorWOTU
.. of .Section on*af IbM ontinanrv andmfoo
-I .T ll ,
[ al twt..re e.r me'FPtrxan tersnaevtame We will send von by mail ABSO Pure Che.ni:: .tis: o. .J..; -..'.Ji6j and.Faa.; Goods j tire is wriune.fruu the <'hf f. of Police\ 4 this
an adeq :' T.I-! i cJ4 and t try giver to loeh ocmpant owner or agent;
prnonaliy kn wn ].' FttEE, in plain package, the SPU fJE '. I f""r the swat?.shall fail to comply with the rqclrementaof
"1"ilt aht'w'. hi hundred sass wins. a'.t u-obrer VilA < 'I! --i t'" -. t.Ti j'r.t.} IK-; ;: .f said Section on*of tatoordiiiane.
cfcarterMh .1Id ac1ted8111\ ; ALL-POWERFTL im HOFFMAN'" Extr (.. .. . eMiTtetlon there of by the
It until! af '1' ih Sherman ibeuia upon Mayor Shan be
as \ KE
'tIt"C'. Then It went down for H the itnens purposes my hand therein and net 1 a lecal guarantee TURATIVE to pennanentlv TABLETS I Iwith 01ors. z.h"c.c'jt"'tli' 1'e..... .. .l:, ".". ..4.4 -......!r .-. r..,._ I pritoned fined not exceeding la the City Twsst JaJ,not-an exceeding($ii)doilara thirty, or
dan.at the diserelo.<>fta
f Pei
of(Uccub A. O IW8. LOST MAXOOUD Mayor
tlre .SUJ.Ant'SE.Addl'l"sWESTERH
pienuheil >v an i..ue of Patted faD Cooncil thin lud day of Octo "
ACKERMAH
-- &
1 STEWART.DRUGGISTS ber A.IX last MABCVS LURE,
a on several: times. 1st MEDICINE CO. '
At 4 t5.14.0% t1Cotu1cU pro...., t
Attest: 1L If.coorra,
burght in 1890 was paid neon POMATCO. KALAMAZOO MICH. !' and SEEDSMEN. Approved October tityter zniCEO.,k.


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THE TIMES-HERALDt I LOOKS LIKE GLADSTONE. i LIST,OF SCHOOL TEACHERS BUY YOUlP

ChaaDerl' Depew'. Admirer m-.er aNew Experience In' Putnam County, Together with editor

PUBLISHED FRIDA VJ. I It"HE : JHtftlaetion or III.. I I I I *Th$r Poet'Oinie! Addresses. .

Chaunoey Depew bus attained a new ,
Wfl.pabtoh! the following list for tbeI \
TIMES-HER4LD CO. Publishers distinction. It has been discovered that has proven conclusively that Issue
---- -- ---- -- in certain: of his platform attitudes be I information, of our readers Fertilizers Jshoe
better and j I br
bears a striking facial resemblance to I I grapes peaches, WHITE. made by L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER Co., the

""PCEI la Dunn's Bonding-, Front Street, the Grand Old Man of England. Tbe and more of them,are produced I. 1. Rimes PaUtk
I FotKtt ..f. + ,
next to Post OBce I V. "Ii
reeemblanoe was noted particularly bl1 when Potash is tllaabetk W Dunn.. Entirely
liberally free from Pir3PH.i.1re ROCK and World
the audience that listened to his speech ap- Leith .Marta + are Jratio
---- at the Lenox L.ceDDl1uew York re plied. To insure a full crop of Jeanie S. H. -tfl'kb Lackore.. ""

PALATKA, FLA., NOV. G, 1806.gtJBScRITION cently. Mr. Depew stood at a little choicest quality use a fertilizer A.IL 1.J. Free Andrews... .... ...... .....-----.Francis" Renowned, ii h\ri; )ilA PJ'li ) f 3 3 %.'SI"i, x 11 glaa
defile on the stage, high above the seated :I Bertha Boyce "
audience. containing not less than 10% H. E. Verner..Mo Mateo taliSc

aitath*, M iP.i >;u.; \Jia; e.itirnv; nme.' .
.., .. ....to aavanc Was' the whispered bysoores I Actual Potash.Orchards W. F. If taw*.. Crescent city anIInt
who the of the Maml MorrtMa.Pomona
sat near edge plat
I I Slag I.. Alten.. Fraltland In \
form and were looking up at him as (' .. ..Federal Point udn a fIiaiGsvoa! f irni.t, Iii: > t't > ) \ LL-I: }. y u in
Tbe French Consul General of New I they caught a thre -quarter view of the I I II and vineyards treated J..D.Oetn.cham. ..... ::.::::::... .. .. ..F.tooUh FranctiI r- not

the of the entire earnest face of the orator. WIth Potash are compara-1 ,.A.flch. -.Palatk
has sympathy
York I The resemblance remarkable I P. IxWaUte*..... .. .. .. .. .. .Pat.amHan me
country. Be bat been instructed by i j in fact, that: it could was noto have escaped, I tively free from insects: and JUry' Rllts Bteart...MeMeekinB. HolllsUrUK Lack nothing, In stxp: ; ?lyla-j: t'n bruits aa I Wjfetables with t'' dec

bit goveinmeot to make a study of our| attention. Mr. Depew wore a high t plant disease. MAll I II B.1m. 0GdfH.oa Beast...... .... .. .. .......Loobl..<< .M Bn

financial sitaaUop.Tb etaodicg collar, and the onlookers could I I Wt Iota --tt.twain of ki.M fcr actual ex.Mimou Elks C. Xerriloa....... .... ...... Pomona Ingredients necessary, to make them! Ship well, from cc
I trace the Englishman's counterfeit presentment a the bat farms in t\lc U kd Steio-i f1J. raetl...... .... ... .... ... .....Eteefaakf.
of Courtof toW III a bit book which wo potash ad w* gladly I. McGregor.MelruM
deci"iou the Supreme in the contour of the forehead, maIl fire to guy turner to America wbo rig writ.b.. Sera Gobinoa.K.-uka
Kansas that the Governor of thai' the similarity in the shape of the nose, GERMAN JU.U'ORJeS., 1 j I Ada ... .. HollUterJ. Zone to Zone, and arrive r > '.1 &or.;: it ia $ n 11 1 ia litijn. :
and particularly in the firm shape of I 93 Naw4 Sc.I., .w York j F..C. 8. Bostwtck etre
State h** got a right to fill any I Whine.Nashua ,
vaean-I the month and chin. The resemblance --- "t. UMriealaed........ ......EtonUh
cies In the legislature' clothes LUlt.J'-.JobiuxmMy E
cial with rather exceptional was- farther startlingly emphasized by Cares KIdney and Bladder Troubles! Wfcttiaan.... .... .............Hantii.Kton nooumge everyone y) i kn .rev t > aria tli-) D\fiUINQ'3, nil
the style in which the orator's gray side AMoe ftarp.DenrerLUHeM.Crews br
It make him about the biggest governor whiskers were trimmed. lie looked exactly Thousands of such cases, hare been j r A.mMnttraan..Nvrwalk Kidney ; "

In the oolon. like the portraits of Gladstone that cured by th- use of Itotauic Blood F. S.t1.stea......... ... .. .....Banner ill* Regardless of any other Bran is of Kertiliz ,>r. For

, are best known in Ame.:" representing BAUI! ( 'B B. BIf yen doubt It. call I I J.A.Oreraatu.L.MHor.. ... ._.. .......... ....iBtertaciKn...FraneU I to
be if those him at the time he was ding the or rend :Lo tae 'ouipany whose adrertUni Retk Hrowniag. .... .... .... '
would
It interesting eggs battle for concession of home rule to 'j Caret. H Gre ,::;!.t<(.POBMMMBoby Special Low Prices t-> meet the times for C vsh with Order, of
thrown at Secretary Carlisle: should 'at appears in this paper and Bryaat..::..... I .WeUka
Ireland All I f I .. .... ... ....
some years ago. the reporters they fo- a: oae-e '1* .stamp, sona yon at! E.K. gtaMBou Edgar
batch out a United Stales etna'orship: EMrito McEeaoe..Hswthor.:::: :::: : : ADDRESS THE....
at this particular meeting were impressed I i I b x>k of won lerfui cores Jot only! of I i v. A. PattMsoB.BaftD"Yille
for him. The indignation of the decent by the incident-New York the ai*ore dee.. ***, bat of all manner Ella HoUuwa .. .... .. .... ... .. .... botwick
people of Kentucky over this Sun. or almant! < arifing from impnre 01ood.\I\ it E. Hermann*. ..lake Como
It I Ut the standird remedy of 1.011e G Bowe-s..Seteuma Sights
cident is hound to assert itself ulti- THE SULTAN'S DUPLICITY. for 'h.- eur of a blood and akin and age W.Annie A. BoWIe M. Holloway.McMeekin'.. . .EtoUanX.Olla L. B. Fertili Go1
. irately in some substautiaagnsta 'fa) .-AuBLOCKADE iifiea *w Sold by all' drueglats Powers.: :: :::::.:San Mateo : Darling er
Ida S. HolJ .Pntnam HM
(S&) News. Signs That the Continental rower Are I ,
Tired of It. F.r the Quest ELCIN: PUTTE'l COLORED

in pound prints, go to J. \V. ropey .>. Palatka..
THREATENED.mtMo : There are many eroobraging signs I KOenDeW.es ,
that the eentiDf>utal powers' are growing WALT :l, riOJlA.V. Uoal 1. a Matthews .. I
I
Fani.ie E.: Tn .. Drl.;*>4 With Vat Flood of thoroughly tired of the duplicity fcf the A. Kcliinfton I ,
e..i n. I sultan. His latest example of double) A WONDERFUL LIGHT. KlliieA.Jerrj.. .. .. .. ..
LDutItr .. ... .. .. .-
Buffalo! u threatMntl with th*. tigge.i dealing i. IB the management-of the C. A. biuton. .1 .Welaka O. B. WEEKS Agent.

UookAdtt i of vffeselc itt. the hillu.ry of the military oatahttion appointed to Inquire FrDli lavriitUt of G--at Value In Nasal II E.0..i..T."Ullams ....I.. Clayton ,
I.OIHT. \ McMuekln
ptiople. Chicago: AlJv.auket' Duluth Into the conduct of the militaryand Maneuver IIIar.. Mary thpp.r... i I... .. ... .. ...Mannrllll t oirSend for Pocket :Memoranda Book.
and the port of Lake Erin are ponring police during the late riots at Con Quite recently there hall been brweght I J.T.IIaeDdeN.! .con

in vast floods of grain every day, luucu stantinople. The French and German out by the French navy a mysterious B.H.B.K.PUMT Mel. and... f I .. Putnam Pas Mateo Hall --:'- ----- -- -

greater than Uw elevators can handle representatives wish the inquiry to be device known as la ratiere, ur the i P. H. Ungarni :.. .l.j .. .. .Creeesst City A SPARROW'S FALL, :
M.I.: .... ..: t.. I JENNINGS-FOUL
Bartty- Pablo
acid it now look as though thP elevators a real one, and as "the palace" will rattrap light It is a thing of small J. H. Borre.c&* .. .... .... ..Federal Point FLY.
would be ho{* .J. DaaleI8. -. _J ...ltaattlaati Te..p&atl. It Miwk a ".... Who Roe the Baltimore
of commission have
thee members the
the eL It throw eleettio '
: ve !! an
days unices tn *re M a h t up 1:1 the arrival pat Eo T. Hole.z.tgar
ef the! fleets withdrawn from it. light that can only be discovered: dead I A. AV.Stoton.OMfietorwaJM I Chanced to see a queer little episode nah For Ul.OOO..
>(* L. Thompson0. .. .. .. .. .. latcrUMtoo There is a possibility that of
in which of one
The immense grain croon of the west If the two Englishmen, who are assessors ahead. La ratiere i ia constructed as follows : A. ) ..- l1 ar.ed yesterday, party English
are now ready for shipment, and under remain on it, the fact is explained : A square box has within it at one L. '. Baeknaor .ruoimilD. sparrows Were the actors. At the book Hngbey Jenniag foal flies will the influence of the demand grain ratesat I by their being officials in the end a concave mirror, in front ef which : RotiBrtu .. < .. ... .. .. Oak Villa I leer of a little saloon down on Royal the Baltimore l MbMU Olab and Expo-
E. I. aaaka ..y1'al.tk..
Turkish service. bound is is I .. . Street a bottle of champagne bad been sitkM company $$,000 in coin of the '
Chicago and Duluth bare advancedt" They are by adjusted an arc light The light L. WKUeman .... ....5..u_ flights I
such a figure as to attract the fleetsusually their duty to their salt, while in the focused upon a piano convex lens placed J --....- broken, the sparkling stuff running oat II realm. Carohne & Newman is much
busy in the iron ore trade.Txre caw" of the French and German representatives midway of the length of the box so and collecting in puddles on the broken interested in iashoots and base hits and
was grain enough to go around this happily: coincides with that the rays of light are projected OFFICE OF J. F. GREEK C-ouutyJnrlge, stone pimment. Jest about.the time I i never misses a first class exhibition of

for nearly all the boats in "ie4and their duties to their country and to civilization. through a silvered tube as a handle oi Green Cove Springs, Clay Co., Fla. Lanced along a ubiquitous young spar- thbJ 110I1. tOn

veasels that had been laid up were fitted Left to himself, of course, the parallel rajs. Cy the sides of tbe outer GENTLEMEN -. Twenty-three fears; sew, perhaps not exactly upon ploo sore Sept 22 last she had a place in
4t again and sent after grain sultan would conduct the inquiry into end of the silvered tubes are placed two bent hopped down upon the sidewalk the grand stand when the Phillies play
all of this grain has cargoesKeerJy come to the massacres at Constantinople' as he prisms, one of red and the other of ago, I was attacked: with inflammatory aDd stock hilt investigating beak into ed there. From her vantage point she

..1.11! port and the elevators have been conducted the inquiry into the earlier green glass, and through which a portion rheumatism; I was attended by the one of these wine puddles. This young ought to enjoy' tbe game in peace and

unable to or lead the boats oa their arThere horrors of the interior. The representatives of the light paves in divergent I moat eminent physicians in the land; II fellow was, no doubt, taking his first security. This at least is the story her
of the been visited drink for the stuff flew to his bead infetantly lawyer tell in his petition to the court.
f'VIt!. powers would have rays At a distance several mile the the great Saratoga Spring, ft.
were nearly a soore of boats completely hoodwinked in Asia Minorif light -of a ratiere appears as a small 1*., and tbe noted Hot Springs of Arkansas and pretty soon he was done up She WM no more than fairly interested

waiting at one time for one elevator. they had not from time to time boldly point, and consequently difficult of detection and other completely. in the proceedings when a wicked fly
Vessel owners will be fortunate if theirbgitts taken the proceedings out of the hands to those not knowing the quarter many watering I watched him for a few moments from Hoghey Jena-ings' mighty bat invaded

are not detained many days at a of their Turkish colJeugues.LondonNew. in which to look for it. Its-detection is places, /ind always consulting wt h the flopping and toppling about on the sidewalk the g and stand, and, coming in
I l, cal for contact with Mrs. Neurwan, did her, .h...
physician directions what would
time nukes the flow of grain is shut off thus reduced to a minimum, as it can ; finally wondering happen
*ocn. only be seen within a radius of a few 4 came to Florida ten years'ago. next, when down flitted. .. two other. little says, violunt injury. She takes tr >
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS. feet at each distance. About two ye irs *<:> I hvl' a lever sparrows, woo evidently came to see I ground that the company is responsiblefor
APPALLING DISTRESS. what was up. They lost no time in taking tbe safety of its patrons and asks
Tbe use of the red and green rays is attack of rheum tem( was confined to
Fire Type Which Aro FarorKe With fer the purpose of enabling the vessel to in the situation, either, for between $5,000 for her injury.
jX.MMtroa t *.a1w la Labrador Owing. Well Drewed Nom whom the signal is intended to know in my room for twelve weeks, and during shattering' and chirping at their tipsy

th* Failaro of Cod .bhlac. There are exactly five styles of collars which direction to steer so as to oome the time I was induced to try P.P.P. friend and smelling the champagne puddle ftfcrvwd Itoalla* Down EMa.

Only prompt charity will save the which a man may w ear this year and within the zone cif white light should (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium they appeared to comprehend mat That story of a Caribou potato raiser
people of Labrador from starving. be well dreseed. in the opinion of those the white ray disappear. By means of ), knowing that each ingredientwas ters. The two held a caucus for a few who refused an offer of 48 cents a barrel .

The coast for about 600 miles is inJiAbited who set the styles in such things. Each this invention night signals can be m.,Je good for impurities of the blood moments after their investigations! for 11 barrels of potatoes, declaringthat
by 8,000 Pettier living in small of these styles: offers a somewhat radical when flashlights and rockets might be ceased and then with a mighty fluttering he would have f 5 or nothing for
firhing village Tbe conditions of estate departure from those in vogue last year. useless or liable to betray the position after using! two small bottles I was relieved of wings and pecking of beaks they the load, is matched by a yarn that

*noe, never very favorable, are rendered The double decker, which was practically of the fleet to the enemy. It can also be ; at four different times since I drove the tipsy bird to the banquet comss from Grand Lake Stream of a

appalling this year by the failure of the two collars is no longer in fashIon used as a guide to a squadron in line, have had slight attacks,and I have each and dumped him over in the gutter. At man who recently wtnt after a calf hat

cod fishery. C Its place has been taken by a similar with all other lights out, ia dangeroi* time taken two small bottles of P. P. P. first I thought they wel'8murdering the he had pastured nut all summer and

Dr. Grenfell, superintendent of the collar, which is only two thirds as latitudes, as it cannot be seen either to and been relieved, and I consider it the poor helpless little fellow, but it soon asked what" he owed for the pasturing.
Beep Sea mission, reports: high. The difference between them is the right or left but only dead ahead or' brcame evident that they were takingthe "Well. Mid the farmer "I've got *
best medicine of
'"At Square island we found an anx quite noticeable as there is a matter of dead astern. The French admiralty attaches its kind.nc@pectll1l1y. only means in their power to resuscitate bill of |7 against you but I wilt t ke-'

ious crowd. Not a family bad enough to I an inch iu the height of a collar apparent great importance to this light J. F. GEKU.HELROSE him, for presently be came up the calf and call" A settled, provided

prevent starvation this winter and no The doable decker has brought a and has taken extraordinary- precautionsto again dripping, it ia true and some you are willing.
means.of getting food. We arranged to I collar on the Luther Laflin Mills order guard it against discovery. For pur- XOTES. what the worse for wear, but on the "No sir." was the answer. "I will

apply tS barrels of flour, 10 sacks of into fashion, only not so big as the orig poses of maintaining the projection of whole pretty steady on his legs. not do that but I will tell you what I

biscuit, a puncheon of molasses and aobest inal. It is a turndown with flap three the light upon a boriecuital plane, which Correspondence Times-Herald. Thinking 1'el'1thiug was over, I went will do. Ten keep tbe calf ,,,weeks
\ of tea, in return for which the inches wide. Care must be taken that otherwise would be disturbed by the To-day U dark aud rainy yet it is on down to the French market attended longer and yo .eaa have her."

People will saw wood which we hope the e4ge of the flap are not nearer than toning and pitcbirg of the "vessel, tbe cool and pleasant. to uy business and came back, having
t<3 e.l next An half iiioh at the and been about two hours to 'the A nrdoror at ......
summer. enormous boon a together top are lamp is arranged to float in a vessel Mis. John P. Kainer's sister, Mrs. cone, see
[ is cocfcmti upon these settlements even at leant three inches distant at the bot while electrically three little sparrows standing on the Jeff Tfioh pson. aged 7, will have togo
containing mercury an Oscar Gama f her two SODS, Willte
\\bf ru.h small awi stance as this. Quilt.OOUDUo.1pane tom. connected maintains the azimuth pavement just whrrv bad left them. on record as the youngest murderer
are invaluable. Most Tb fashionable stand np collar for direction: compass of the light at any set and Zelma, ace jiqpanied by Miss Zara Wondering what they could be up to, I in Louisiana. TbomfMon lived with his

sea have an utterly fnadt'utEllUppJy evening drew is three inches high and angle.-San Fr nei 4v C li. Turner, of Micinopy i are visiting Mrs. waited and waa presently rewarded by parents in the Fourth ward of Ibtrville
(I dcJothwr.New York World. very straight; The ends lap over an RainerThey.lkrriyed Sunday after- I seeing another sparrow fly down and parish a ab rt distance from Plaque
eighth of an inch. A popular variety of ooon. join the others Then came a mighty I mine. He ha 1 a childish quarrel with a
JBabi** la Arm Attacked -- ._- .- named Lily Coleman. An
by an Katie. this style has a ridge around the bottom. Our boys went down and played the : chattering and pecking at the bird that girl playmat
The other afternoon, while Airs. F. I Ouly (,variety of cellar with turned i :I had been drunk and smelling at the I older boy gate him a penknife and Jeff
Tt .her fWd Mrs A. Stewart. were over flaps M permisBible. Tbe flap in Inleriachen team Saturday and iOI> I wine puddle, and bird Ma 4 flew j stabbed the little lid repeatedly, hewoundsresuiinginberdesth
Diking witt two little babies near St I these foitus an isoowies triangle, equalon MothersI beaten preity badly, so we hear. I I away. By and by still another one came. last nigh

t<*ph rim, three miles. from Ueatonrfoor all its rides, and with the triangle The Banana water mill has- a riot? the same process being repeated for him. The authorities do aot know what to do

Mien., mey were attacked byeDcttn.ous very proaoti.-1. butler in full operation, and it i>> doing and by this time I was eooviuotd that I with the cttiKL .
l Laid regie. The bird wanIdenily I watch declining health of nice work and giving perfect aatfefactteutofar. the first threw had taken up their elation I ..__, -
and vbeuaw A threw lUt their daughters. So many are cut off the others
in search uf prey, I by dangerous liquor to warn
by consumption In early that Their days for running it I ".\Rt; iOU IDLE ? It eowo.kour !
yean
tht i.\iai dvctdtd: to Mice e e. There is a man in Oklahoma: whodoes against falling into temptation.-New
I there U real cause for anxiety. In is every Fnda Give them a trial. city and
Orleans .dvertiaing'yetem in
> Oor. Tines. vans
w n' er' at rar;<-d br the noise cot caws very t3uh: whether he Philadelphia
the! T. tags Bud saw lilt bird when it wine or lows a bet be has made. In the ;. the early stages when not beyond Andrew Cheater of Grand, wain I make 210 ic a half an hour. Send 25

wit f. w frtt: <<< ? th -m. Gettinge town of Perry, O. T., dwell Alice Younger the reach of medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla ; I toD lu day.li'e NEW LINE OF SHIPS. I' cents for blank book, instructions,

cti; i .-r totw" men jelled- and and Tfcoaas Stanton. There young will restore the quality and be..rbM: the "bay rum factory ete. No trifler wanted.
the blood and thus
quantity of give
rth IAdnlJII at him. I pvopte are augag>d to be married anr. Direct t-rrrif to II* EcUblbhed I>twv a
health. Bead the letter 10 Tuoutog full force now and ia doin< Traii CARD ADV.R-rISINO: <,'...
IT- .. H, M l't tested, flying I are recorded as having made marriage good following : I I fi otha.. and Kio .. JaneiroThe
b ,. In ,' ales and baking dart.* I bet on the result cf the national! elec "It is but just to write about.my fi-tie work. North American and Brazil Mail 1* Attica, Indiana.

tr v ,.1t!I'm. Tuf women oonN I tion. The first proposition: is naive in daughter Cora, aged 19. She was *mptotety We saw aa announcement in yourpatter Steamship company has been organized,

.j IIg and throwing til! I It it cooditioBa Mist Yecnjter agrees *n run down,declining,bad that tired I last week that a new daily pap r witb a capital of f 5,000.000, and if the

,) ( ;... -iMiifd ft.T ay. marry Stanton if Bryan is elected, and feeling, and friends Mid she would not i la to be started in Palatka. We w...hit present plans are carried oat a line of ; FAILING r MANHOOD
Stanton agrees to marry Miss Younger live over three months. Sat bad a bid every success. HOBO. steamships will be running between

Tfc JlA CruM In Cnh*. if MrKinley is elected. This is a shrewd New York and Brazilian ports ia the I Central and Nervosa .

t: '"! t..t' It--- 11.> .. oval Red application of) the ancient principle cf 1 ljm ty Re mnder.daeb early) months ef the comingyear At .I
; tunet'> promote its I six of one and half a dozen of the otL Cough present there is no direct line cf steam- "..rd" aLii
; .
h1 I t tt La drves and ; er. However, the Moood propoitio-> season forces: upon our considers sbipafrom tail ooontrj to Janeiro. :. J'. rp t-

% nvciw a prompt acid i is unique, for Miss Younger agrees t-. sloe Itt pca'.iar peri's' to heal)b. Tbeadvent I The carrying trade from that city is i I' ink

t Tat w
i i txp'.tiuktuin tor oom- wina.-Boston JovuaL happened to read about Hood's SarssparilU ,strength and vigor, poorly prepared totnwtinur I and Lisbon. The Red Crocs line from tFew f &W """ 'tt t,

'. Boa. 'i I in all lands and sad bad her give it a trial. From the tee bta..1Dt" .A hie. The PLO- Iraeband I York bad m. &b)1.ili.... to Para '.- .,
v ih\ .- I" of natiouH1- Will Be Greet Ut"tins. very flint dose she began to get better. ,. j janiiu4l I and ports on she Aasnoo river. j \ h ,...
,r.\ \. y-: & JIIi.l: It ii aiinooaosd that tao twilb-tlatr After taking a few bottles she was completely \o.e.be area' bigo.y 1 I' The steamers will be chartered air :! ': -',-: '..
.I t
i, anuni.l convention cf the Natimn: cored an: her health has been the coMt lIS e-tc1t'y! Iblt t"dt.nnier need by the nompuuy until new mean ; CO'lo&rie Scud for T"'" .
W otnau's Christian Temperance union, I test ever since." MEL ADDIB now ia be f..lt. The .<-rvoviem' ships are ready fur delivery. It wa: sad proo,., ma.. K.

,'.lug .. 1..t. u hi'. .) is to be held in St. Louis fron. 12 Ran wd r''?- }meterdsm, N.! Y. | ha* ciao +Htffttre iu tie! *'III,,?ie IVh4M4)
I 11 a't!.s a bahtclou No13 to 1\OY. 18, will be in many re MI tai:1 as 7 t: : rny mother has act .> ) fewer aud in
.r tgr live _LJQ ofbve opoae oueot the meat remarkable gath- stated my case la as strong words as I iu 'the fait that r.,-.nuSina''i It: :: The strasMls wiii be r m ou t'f'l 1

u_, '*) tte fytaj of the or'aniau !:: would have done. Ho' d's .Earssparilla "nb, Ittl :twl I ws'er that 'I.a"k l'lI+ ,"" Ainaz river to make cutu, .uon<* hi t Right in Sight

I t u.. hue u1ll lie an Armenian isaa .I' has tndy cored me and 1 e a BOW wHL" ..oft.? moeciatlt| d.utri' L-. I In11 t. Par. i.e: mail will bo ear: It'd i direct j jby I:
-- .- -- :l' .-fi'p. to be MAnmsd tof Miw airs r CORA. PECK! Amsterdam, N. Y. $ !"..ft., the decay: : i--e.{ 'I.h. i Ii: i. rs, ami' the! tine to Para \\HiI' Surd Saving Shown
'. ( "L ..I st .. the R... F. D. Oreen and H .. ,, tot __ud several A sob- 1
because r.
t :i Be sure to gt' Hood's, '.uist"ustetbetr. :uurc wtc 11.1t!:111114! U0 : duff large I' Well send you our General Catalogue .
I ,,' r .i M Kiretcbjiaa. The einvenuoa.eerwott Ho-.t'. f ass.ytartla -hc+ the ro..t i!I sidy but beta granted ty the Br-1liar'l and Buyers Guide, if you
... mil be preached by Miss Elizabeth : > .1&1.-= .tie guard 4.t IbtilU..'."", g err-j Send us 15 cents in stamps. Thai
on.:1" &r.-'uwood. HoodsSarsaparilla -,im*, ....-bould be uaesl l m he f.,: : t ,"('0 .'s.wu serious i.icknea hA" .aid )UU'' <: :,.aa U.:.cKri keeps off idlers.
A Grauui *o Bcorr.aU* China. An j.i low. ira a Dictionary of Honest Values;
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clone) Libert of the German army -- Full of important information DO
h, \. ,,[. 1 35):>ear !I matter where you buy. 700 Pages,
bs been definitely appointed organlteof : GrOSIOS': SETS-Bermuda an iPearly TheVorJd's Fair ;
12JOOO Illustration: teUa of
.v.been 4O/XM
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i the Chinese The Tarsblat: and Silver Skin. Now I
army Yellow
Purifier.! AH sb.tL articles and right price of each. One
't.e will Ofcfo Ii the One True Blood drug : showed no baldag f'
t. and will start for *
ays, shortly Prepared only by C. L Hood ft Ok, L6w U.Mass.Hood's i* the time- to plant.ACKERMAN. profit oorjr between maker and csez
r 1 M *) 03 \ accompanied by a number of Ger.a:. STE\V so p. -c or so great > Get it.
t perch vetvtai4e. & AUT.
are
officers. PlllSlUbkandbeaeficULac.;: ez/e power .s tar: MONTGOMERY WARD & CO..
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Walter Thomas
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TK \. FIJI.. NOV 6, !itJQ. WHOLESALE AND REEAIL DEALER IN- --:- MIAl1aM.eSEE

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t -. I '... Groceries Crockery China;
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TIII a: TIMK9.c'.r.HKRt-l!: > COMPANY. L GlasswareTinware, ie\S1D} IA 9

P.I.>Tk.... fU/"'. t FAC-SIMILE.

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-- WOOD AND WARE, A1'egetablcrrcparationforAsSIGNATURE

WISE AND OTHERWISE.
iheTood andR u1a-

ra rapJu Pew--i" Pxtetkii P-li lol PAPER AND PAPER BAGS. similating ting the st nwhsand&n\-elsci: -OF-

Pr....>ut '

|Bu t.l: l'.alWfaPo It nc 'Nu'>, NO 16 LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA. dutruta!


J\C P Wright <>f Ikl ton Wand vu- PronlotcsDi .

Icd lv TKSsnndRcst.Contains neither
.Ill <'in' Tue
The City Council. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTER A oble Doctor.I Opium,>lorpulne nor flxtcraL I IS ON THE .
'A I t lfn.iiiu : The City Council was In 6*! -ion Remaiaiog in the Palatka Post-oolci yet live, but science nearly kille NOT NARCOTIC.A .

|'ca \un'Uy in this city. Monday evening and transacted much for the week ending Novembej, I860: me. I saw the most amazing article oi

ft; tL Cooper left fur Lakeland: Ian) Important bcuiuefe.Committ 6EKT81 LIST. Dr. Peters, of Lancaster, 0... that I rai>r 2= WRAPPI3RJ'p
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." .e' la, Alston re-d. It stated that medicine in I
on firewood for school C II Drill, Haroid ever
( a-,tain.r. M. Power'has relumedh Bjnum,J A Byrd D D bottle form did not cure two person ;j .
houeefl r'port that twelve eords had W B-feJ4.sJJ.- OP EVERY
G lUtUce. Cha
Busey,
and I haw .
) Pttratka.lI alike-that botb TW! might _Jl
b : s (0 the Packer, of I'hilaielphiai! Petition of N. O. Davis for rebate on Dunn, :S C Dumas, IfrQEI Oatarrh/one bottle might cure you and -

10' on a visit to friend.. taxec. referred to committee. z lfon. James Jordan J<*n B not even help me. lie advises to get I J9'JBOTTLE!! OF

htA.O Mitchell, Billie Muheli, Albert fresh drugs each time for each weIsms.
person
addtu'm his been built to tb' Petition of K. 8. Grill concerningthe
MeLaogalon,C A Pender, Walter
t ,of Capuin: It;ao'. furniture torp. pavement on Front F rMt reftrraltr Peterson Whitley Polard: W J and never buy remedies for Catarrh, A

W( are glad to -*e Cap'xin' \\'Alteiat eorntJJ it "e. lUvbertron, Henry Stephenson JosO I Lung Female or other weakness till lion j
Petition of Gas Light fad Fuel Co Smith,J II Sprague, Martin I you D.A a feet and know what ails you tctnemedycorConstlp3CASTO RIA
D >l to be on our streets again
\ r*>qat;UK that a dlJ.trt"N! warrant for TanxttaU A G Wall. W P i lie sends the "'.)nctor' Test" for Ca ness

.I 1 I It, II, we, of Keaka, made his'' \\M Ui- be not issued, wan granted> Wiboo, W S Wall!, K L, Jr. I tarrh and such afflictions for lOco You

rI''a'tr: mmthlyvmi; to this city thif until further no ice. v LADIES'!: 1.l.olT. will be relieved aDd perhaps cured by TacSinUe Signature of
tbe teat and It will prove j at t what your
I week Report of Chief of Police ITreai- Armors, Annie Boyd, Joe II ailment is. Write him today for a test.

lu order to wet ihc demauJ rr rarer for October referred to comd4t'tees. (brk,Sallie Cook;;, J D Perhaps a life will be saved. Address NEW YORl Cattail U put up U on-dM lottiet oaly. It
Colwell, Maine Graddick Kate U not sold ia baIL Coat alloY sayoa to tell
llIu, eTilnh HJII'S: mill is! 'jn'ui': lr.. W. Peters, Lancaster, 0 '
: Iltrrel,JJeriha llmclunRon, MarlKnight ... yon laytUag alM oa il-l" or promk Ibis it j
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I day a'llk axDt! Repot t of Collector concerting can Polly Moore, Lula 1 t Is "jnft u good"sad .yln tarvtr story pv-
rellation uf a&etsou-nt received: and Justice W S Cone, of San Mateo, !' ...flee that C-d-&T-4&I-l.
Malone BevmeSparks -
1' ; \I'I..i .I:,'ilVi'l :uscree d Jd MeCollea, Fannie I --_-- -_-_ _- -_ --_ pow. you r'
Colk>etor's account eredlted with cacolMkn Sarah M Thomas, J' visited the city Taeftday. TitfwLDDDEN -
lunjrof the late
n) S.Jottav last ia Persons for the above letters m1lI bdgittc. a I
amounting to $7W.88. calling tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Di .I" E.Ilawse.: will pleas say "ADVERTISED." The British steamer Tropea, Capt ...,
A Ht of dust sae warrants presented If wnJ,.,. ,
t\ J\'O ton chain has arrived hen for I h} Chief of Police referred to Flnne W. P. ANDERSON, P. M. I IGrCaIl Sullivan, sailed from Savannah Tuesday Jt I

S i !h ta* anl Otklawah team- Committee with instructiou to c nfer with ,500 tons of Florida phos 1
on H S. NECK Grocer, rock. It is the largest 1 I
t. ( omauy's marine railway. with city attorney and pot the same phate cargo <
FIlESt kind that has been shipped .
SIC'SOt Williams of Fruitlan I and into judgment.Bills Lemon street, for good, GAR- the ever 1
went to
and ordered from any port. The Tropea
D..% it!! of Crescent City, were read, approval DEN SEEDS just. received.Mr. sea drawing 23 feet of water. L


-a lo Pal&tka Wednesday. paid.Clerk IDftrnote to notify Prof. : J. R. Preston. a well known KSTThe first NEW DRIED FRUITS & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIG HOUSE
V 'ul'kit''! teacher: of the eighth:
{ Hirnce that Council will par piano ,
] gentleman of Crescent City, passed i of the season are offered for sale byWALTER
in Palatka Hifih School No 1.
rental during school season.
I through Palalka Monday en route to
I her position last Monday Ordered that warrant for $119,30 be THOMAS. Sav-an.nah.: t G-a. ,
I Indianapolis, Indiana, where he will
drawn in favor of E. L. Bugby, partpayment
O. Allen, one of Fruitland' echoo remain for several months.NOTICE.. RHEUMATISM CURED. ESTABL'SIIED 1870.
for drilling well at 1
and must respected citizens, After eminent physicians and all

i f w days in the city this week. No.Warrants 1. ordered drawn for Mayo. other known remedies fail Botanic THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE .t

>age mill of the Wilson Cypress salary to July 7, $50, for all approved A ,discount of FOUR PER CENT Blood Balm (B. B. B,), will quicklycure.
Thousands of testimonials attest of the SOUTH ,
ly began work Wednesday, after salary and labor bills for July and will be allowed on all taxes raid on160G J

own of about one month. August, city attorney's salary excepted -. Roll up to November 30 this fact No case of Rheumatism t...,

approved gas apd electric light BENJ. E. .MORGAN, cia. stand before its magic healingpower. DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE Otra OWS
Wt.laid of High Springs veto billS for July and August m'scella-I noG-td City Tax Collector Bend stamp for book of par- PIANO besides the other renowned makes, which we handle since ycanT .

this city Monday evening bills Jnlj 7th and i ticulars. It contains evidence that Do von know that we have our own Factory in New York,. employ oar y
mamed over until! after the ekeLUEAF ntona approval Ben Cole a clever and popular r will convince you that B. B. B. in the own skilled workmen, and can rive you a BETTER VALUE FOB YOUllMOtfEY
young
.
$61.33
to
August 4th, amounting Diseases BEFORE?
beet cure for all Blood and Skin THAN EVER
Warrant drawn;in favor cf Water man of Milledceville Gf has returned ever discovered. Beware of substitutes We i-cfcr to the LUDDEN & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully invite
FOR CASU. One to Palatka from 1I11 Springs, where l.CO
2l Works for $529.W. Mold to just as good. $ ;comparison. .
ift. horse, one god delivery Clerk asked permission to appoint a ha was employed by the riant Syytem. per large bottle. We are proud of the Piano that bear our name. You will be proud'and .

\) 77 one dump can, two sets of fur deputy 'or three' week TRAINED NURSE: pleased to possess one.EASIEST.
I { NOTICE.The TERMS. LOWEST PRICED
notice
ness S. E. BOND. Clerk requested to publish n

The Winter Haven Pineapple Coma stating that a discount 4 per cinL BEST OF REFERENCES. Medical Examining Board of the Jacksonville Branch, GEO. E. BRADXACK,

will be allows 1 all persons who pay ;5th Judicial District of Florida will 16 W.. &J st. 'Manager
| pan last week shipped 600 smooth! taxes for If 05 before the the 30th inst. Apply to any physician in ralatka, meet in the office of Drs Cyrus and CHAS. E. RO WTON. Sole! Agent for Palatka.

Cayenne pineapple suckers to Dr. Kvn-. Ordered that Clerk draw warrantfor j Ha. ;MISS M. CROME. Welch, in Palatka, on Thursday, No-,
| nedy at SL Petersburg. oe21-lm I vember 19, to examine applicants and
$75 Ju favor of Geo. Wertz Chiefof i
(;apt. M E. Carter a prominent citizen grant certificates. GrAil Crockery sold by THOMAS gLOST.-Ordinarv Bicycle Lamp,
the Fire Department and that Batley' '
M. D.
Lieutenant O. C. Husband, ;of Mel- GEORGE E. WELCH ,
is guaranteed never to cruze. He sells with bracket attached. Finder will
| of Like! Como, was in the city
be
offer of a loan of $50 acceptedwith Secretary
in Palatka and Wed-
rose, was Tuesday White Granite Sewi Porcelain as cheap
Wednesday and made us a pleasant leave at The Tlmet-IIerald office and
that of the Board, the same to nesday. as C C goods.Who .

call, ... defray the expense of a running __.---0--- receive reward. No questions asked. :.

Cards: are out annuj****?".. raar- team in the Fernandina tournament J. Walter IIiIHard is expected' home

Rite of D ." "bt'e':vtt* Adjournment daily from Philadelphia, where he BENJ. P. CALHOUN I Can MeasureThe
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SS: lr.. T: spent a month very plea8an y. Influence of the mother I It
otrg, I
A. Card of Thanks.
** e \
% e" the course of unborn generations -
... \be *' .tvOt\1. de- The Putnam Cadets were out for shapes 1 IIr
w ea oe ot I1a The P&latka Fire Department ATTORNEY AT A UW ois sounding throughall

\Jt>tceJae.: ." au sires to express their sincere thanks to drill Monday evening. coming ages and enters the

3)obot \\1\n.Q)'t ,\n\bcatap : \ the tiouoraMe Board of Alderman' for G""For NEW FLORIDA SYRUP tV- rrtoe.COILI BLOCK oar F"t o ffloralatk confines of Eternity.

& the sum donated the Running Tetnit *. norfda. f.23-tf With what care, therefore,
_ etdLC9b' u' a That Monday night at the meeting of and'BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, go to should the Expectant Mother be

,eC Ion"n.t\1 '\...,\1 he Council. THOMAS'. E. i HASKELL guarded, and how great the effort -
1 -""-*
\I\ H. L. MILLKR, be to ward off danger and

C avtb*\-es o1'tesbato ,tt Sec Board Fire Com. Seeds, Seeds, See s.l! L. WY'ER make her life happy."Mother's .

i \Ot of was athUtttep, t ..- Just received a full )line of 't!ANDREI I Ji

9a bti'city nee,\n he Presbytery of the Sawanucel, GARDEN i, :- I Friend"I i
IPS CELEBRATED
t .\1'fl"\\ \\ h has been lu session ai. the Newotttreet Office hou *: 9 m. to 5 p. m., and
111" tPe't ne1" lt"! Church Jack.Vnle SEEDS. E. S. NECK, evening 6 to 8. I
"' Presbyterian _
t V"" \ \\ Office moved to Second street, next
uobuy ..ult I 1journe l Wednesday even Grocer, Lemon Street "*" nervousness
,) "I ,. -.-- i I door to Methodist Church. -
'l: 1c'
.t 0n1'V 'rag, to meet in Palaika next April. OASTOI7,. P.n..A.TE FLORIDA.JoM .' re

: t. .' Tit he. % lieves the .t
o Mjss Maud Cut lk of 'auford ia coat IIn Headache..Cramps
_ 1 d t'tr1If ,
stg lan ra.J.P.Refloaawat0nleKan*
4 can lave visiting the Misets Livingston in thi Rly pas, .
the lew-
J Little wile of Uw editor of The Graphic
and nausea .t..
city Sn* local ;>:..p'of K Ami coon rwr 0
Mrs. S. ,V. Smith has opened a private ,
ba and -J troubled with heart tte a0
who been in the ---- fir 4N U'G.
boarding house near the Union palpitations aitorv
= so for six years. severe
t her Publishing Coaid prepares
Depot ai.d tolicits table boarders. -DKltER mI --- K the tees of breath. together with etch tr3te -
his conaeetioa with a I : DZ'YOUSIIUta", at tittM I wool <
The table wi 1 be lied' with the
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snpi I
made tm last viet to POOlSBlood system that Cbl1-llrth is made walk the tour Mtrir all nightoonenitee W.
.. but the market afford, and it will and the time of recovery tile ow met eal talent
easy
Ales
.f a
thisad ;
)> : : ia :m Wipes LIqno.cAnd
I
be the endeavor of this estimable ladyto shortened-many say stronger :Tart mata there ..JUlhdpforr.&bat. ,
rOD a place in a hocpitable homelike I had orjaaic; diMMe of the beset lor ...--.
I after than before confinement"It
., I had read '
Winter Gardens which there v.: 'J ren e<.y
,- E. s. N&.K manner.-_. CIGARS. insures safety to life of both your -"':TTI, ,.-' '" T.e Gn p.,': a&4
0 m ,
the final of the national mother and child. All who have aTeaP a fro,l01I a iris report,triad one tUe of
ndiug .
ie t I. A new stockI I Dr. Niles' New ('tire f., 'M lrektr t.
I When a horse is poor in flesh oitBpafga last Tuesday i* an 'ev nt in 016 BEKOEN ST., BROOKLYN N. Y usediottcr's Friend" say they which coTtned m* tha tore was trvc
harness won't himstenfth. the history of our country th t WI I will never be without it again. went hll It. I took three bottleo3h of taHearv .
', Uon a new give Take Street Car st the Brook '
v ) our city rru.tW bring a season of rt: t:ul Bergen Ho other remedy robs confinement Cure and homer siv. Ner'n:c e! and
iuffri Kirby' of Mon&l U a house is cold jn Bridge; it passes the door. of its pain. n .p& ';u cured '. 1 It,' 'pwcl
to al! of citizen The beein -
oar
.f Jte ,, new furniture won't warm it. peace Always pleased to receive my Pa- I !.101. t.t :, 7 best .eaLe r ;-t:' .r-"l
4" \I :" > If your strength is easily exhausted *>- iat.-nts of the country con ltka frle&d*. zn>15- t i "A.liMtnMiT T-fcnrn Trlfi.-> .s'* Ft.. ..I i Loci ." ,-_- s:- ,'. ','i: ,.!Y'ii;; I '1
S "II.l'lIc1orw.o'l'l I work burden tined ia a t&a.'t8 f distress. while tb ..,. U.. .k II k... ..*- M ft >a.iVi ;
; a ; r result the b&J- .u..1-1... ad i_--> w roe 7 it '0-1': K:'.::a t 0 t. f-l '. .. rl.Jr t:. ctuty" *J l
wan pvadmg. Hut : oL.iy
'ni'ad.?- 'f*- at..' t! s-rerbr5'1..o
rev"t": ; difeil-o.a pctr"i : ."
t'rOruA. 'ots of the t'Jke&c ni hHviuK now de' JT"I. T'nI'CeU. aastd h"J,' Ile, r pa UiMo. grr v _' n.ninikat.- U.t tri tl
: ." : *; : if you arc >p cn --- ?, Mi:at hcwtCnr des m ot> a pnatlrr,
-tl. 'I :.: -' cut, the t ovble ir sided the eu.> I.\"oh-.I in selretlogll I tr I...... ...-...--"... .... ...'..,...."!J,!. -...7T1.. ...._.._.. vuu-ar..e thA. 'ne ar bo, 'f v", ." .'!e1t
h.J"FcTAr i'f( .e a. nnt1YNMWWrm rltitnxai.G.nt 'sora
1"0 C .l.trl'n'!
\
: W t-thsapptb r 't. ::-"vi It is not so a Chief M g'8tl'8t.. it now rem..iisj ATTRKEYnrwiaPractw : _. W.-...) --.L K r'i I ix 6' !}: r-Pil.lu. Xiit: -r prl ';;.
p .( I rn' ;j"\ljjR.' *. blood as for the American pecple! to r Fall : TM auDF1 LDRZ V..ATO5tO.Araasa.WecLu ..,the Ik. l0i.i loUa. i. ... ;I'

their M 'trot' active bop ivltW dad o..1Lt1'a& a..0IF. .Z5.tit. t.Hr. ...
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Pt. '. P.1.: 't n s > at aaaasn. Allies' Cure
; : >
f 'h.m II. i : w- .,... I .... Dr. lied
*..<: t1.* people wi I noon forget'bat
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hIm i O: -'
t .1 \t' rat"use -- u la *!it c_rta.ru roc' t Health
el"! \.1 IU tl", cut' I > ,., not !roa .o=.wi, ..rv "ier.NIMJI'I cf '' licioo. over. pre *. t' .'. Restores

'I 'I' t r,] f' 'I! Ii I "S.- a.'cw: r.1eSa. v.il!1 'hfW auaoac them.La.t i The Folly Nurseries -

,, '" .. ...d wi :, 'h ':' .\ r,, t c lio-rs: : or "m'arday------wi'aeaecd-- ibeirundest JOHN D. BLACKWULL. ,, 17uNTFRUIT TREES
I in-rhj
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1'r' V, _il ,
I ; :: 1 Palatka Heights, Fla.
1 r':' \ F-v -'X'1' b o..d political demonstration ever ATTORNEY LAW'
.. teen in this 'ccuoa. ih court bones A"D""
t 1."f J. kl'Ol.1'1 I "- .' : r
.e c w. r rr ing tat will V EOOH IS CRILL BLOCK JLKKE9 UIOWN OX HIOII ruE LAND ROFIT PLEASURE .
\ h" At.'a had been Our Pott-Cffla" *. : ttlf Fruit., w...... ,
,' t a n"mheroteur SCOTT'S EMULSION of peas! prepared Grape

j.\. 1', 1".1. It took 6ftIo Coc -liY"r Git with Hvpophophit *- for the cooounodatioa of hundred<< Jaffa xaltttt Haod.Hirt't Boy. THE POMONA' NURSERY
resioNllhe ofice of State Late. Fanoa brown ,J
\ the freight that s is the br t fcmcif In the : but they were far too few to seat the .AthrD41l gUavinf have nsnI the pr.ctic< Uajorea. 8 t. Mfeba and HomoMMa.lloeti : UACCLENNV. FLORIDA. "

trc-id! .->r : the !fclood. raFt throes that' assembled to hear the .tocIu.tM d.2 to J feet 25 CiPtltI 1
I.bi : nrtttlltrr mncuig: :: of law in all Us brahcae. % % hiP. WU win kit row what t. piaat. sad .
yc :::..'ra ee+ted a boo:elders=you > .len-rrn... R W Davis, Frank W. H. Wiro. cash; tamper 1000. HOW U ,lilt it. we have
I au. Oft woYE e l\4 Inch tiocki,bad 3%to ft%feet hI-J5ceatl ia lock a fell Lhe of crcrything seeded U ;
F Ie errsr'dlaM......, more .l vt tHc tct.. Sail Fri;. Clark, W L IVmer! and R A Burford. Offlce No. 1 Shelly UaUdha;, opneCite ucla fan 1.000.Tbe.e THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD.
.f\$110\ awl .wlts.a FasibyaIldrttxsat$1.00. Court ROUte, Pa .,h.Fia. ; per
apen.p.: P -
Litel.... All the 'I i>e Vsra were entbnsiastieafs! prieet Include pecking aDd delivery to ttocm*. VMT*. VmiuBono. '
!::l- Nsttn.i Wlf'adclretJ Star SCOTT a BOA VF. No. v.... : n&lroW.I u4 tteaibboau la PaUtka. ue. M.o i'a.e.. sad BOM._*M i 1
i applauded, and no doubt much good I .Addt.ell, w. C. HARGROVE. Prop.

was accomplished. '- --- aaM-tf Lock Box n.PkUtka,FU. THE POMONA NURSERY.'fllE I.. J
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r-- ) THE TIMES-HERALD NOVEMBER, 1896. r. _

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LABOR Ail WEALTH.Enlitur S.MHHVILLE50TES.Correspondence DON'T STOP TOBACCO FloriJIa Contra! and Poninsular w..: nu apes

. I TimesHetatd.SMITUTILLE I vested. a
T1t.-uetaM. I eaua t.h
J.. November 3. Paystc
The iavre..M>n prevail among many; HOW TO CURE YOURSELF is astOD
Thai Miss Alice Matchett, one of our most Short Line Between Florida and aft *.heard. e ,
wealth. "
: /
that labor alone produces noble tonoz ladies, was married on the WHILE USING IT.: cur

the large fortunes of the rich have been 1st instant. She took for her choice Points. hits pab1iya
The tobacco habit on a mar
grow .
created by the poor and rightly belong Mr. Alex Jamison, of Orange Lake SAYANHIH AUGUSTA 6A COLUMBIA. WAS woe't a t
, EVERETT ,
is seriously
until his nervous eyitem! ; ,
to them. That tboe who have ama* e< .,.. )It. Jamison is a man well known I : tose

a tari fortune have don w by withholding iu nosiness circles aDd is of marked affecteJlin pairing heaJtti,comfort ani PHILADELPHIA, KtW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EA be sewltb,

, the wages that belong to their intelligence Edgar S. Smith, Esq... happiness. To quit suddenly Is too severe Everett,){aeon. Atlanta Chattanooga,KaihTille Lonisnll,( '

workmen, or by corruption and th did the officiating in a very attract< a chock to the system as tobacc Sioux Krerett City.RiTer .,Birmingham,Holly Springs,Memphis.Late Rock.Kansaa E to>pre any.*icRe addr

purchase special privileges. Hence manner as is Ed's custom. to an inveterate user becomes a stun Junction, Pensaoola )lob le,New Orleans,Texaa Ucxico,C a cur It..to Jew add T

the condition that all the wealth of The many friends of Mr. Smith an ubant than: his system continual; EFFECTIVE JUNE 22, 18 ,

the world rightly belongs to the poor, glad to meet him again in bmithvill< "BacoCuro" Is a eeientif! NEW YORK ,

who have been directly or indirectl !and hear him talk Bryan, Bryan and craves. ava a Jacksonville 820a.m.WHfeThnafrhPnllinaa J. U
cure for the tobacco habit, ia a111ts 1 S expenmt| P
TIMOTHY. I / I
robbed of it. 1G to 1. i Yr

,t bo by easy stops one is soon con forms carefully compounded the PM1 0 Fri.... 1.a I CetambU.phJa !\ew York MTMhtecton.Boston He r 1
work thai The 24 o'clock notation if we may !.. Omneets for ,am- and set 4
vloced that there is a nobler formula of an eminent Berlin phi'slclan Teaches Jacksonville
for thIS call it, now prevails in Italy so far !R_ r 't.t ,le.' 1 t
bearers r
to be longer burden who has used ft In his privat .J IA.

laborer, in tho direction of regaining as government regulations apply. That practice since 1372!! : without a failure. '.e ,:J NEW YORK Jacksonville FAST m-Jo such' t'
is, the children to school at 9, as .,
go
what be has lost and in preventing It Ia purely vegetable and guarantee for came point
and
Dilly
; iat oast
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robber '. An age fruitful of.: with us, but they are dismissed a! 13, perfectly harmless.You can use all th! e ar +. r ; Came; Through Sleepers
future )
York, aadClaSaaatl : "f Daytona, $
?
foolish and false ideas has produce 15 or 16, as the case may be. The< tobacco yon want while ta'
none more erroneous than the Idea that courts open at 10 and close at 17; Parliament Curo." It will notify you h.entostop. g eat aonrtUe .-00. Throach a. m I are more en-

assembles at 13 and adj">urnvsoinetimts written to ear aatL Lear* JackMmTtU I re propti
wepiv: a guarantee :
wealth.A
labor produced all : ;j: Jackspnv0te f.OO a at. I .
very large share of the productive not tin 24, or later. The permanently any case with three box _

forces of the world do not belong tlabor government theatres announce that es, or refund the money with 10 pet 0011'P 1 OSLi use TItAOOG9' at Miami to t
resultant of the curtains will rise at 21 o'clocl e.mt.luterest,' J.OCtlte' is not a tub H.At s1 r .r" OOCXTRT Or JtlDDLB Lear "
the BAT
X3CAMBIA
at ail They are or next session
of mental ability (rare!) earlier); and a. m. and p. m etitute, but a scientific cure, that curE'Switbout p t e ; My N* Idatefor Lake '
the creation ; Moottcello. Tan
thought, overlooked in the eats. are no longer known on railroad time< the aid of willpower and wit)) r\a / tf 6 I\ son.Penuooia, Mobile, parties! who
forces entirely SIT. sell liquor to n.
tables. How Jar the legal hour ha. inconvenience.. It leave the Bytteo New
who attribute all to labor
of those
mate Harold Rogers, in his "Work and made its way with the public, it is diffi as pure and free from nicotine as the, S,?:' "iii and the Southwest }lell the' majority fouud p
smoke.. t. Carries u ti
took first chew or 14 J'adflo en.r
the tbeatrei day you your 7rttyfs= :
In
"In 1750 the averagiweight duct to 8a} Naples arrives Jackaonvltl T.
\Vap, says: : t. 1 of the major d
,
of an English bullock fAttened not subsidized; by the Government- Cared by U eo-Cur and Gained ThVrtPounds. ; Mapottlset Leave found on '

But Robert Blake. that is, all but one or two-generall!] I I FLORIDA CENTRAxCT ; r '* For StarU. Hawthorn, *, a1
was 400 pound From hundreds of testmoniala, the aid \ '- l falne.vUle Uedar hey
well discovered a method of improving announce their opening something lik I r" Tarar s,ApoktOhlan4o
.
originals of which are on file and open P'i15U.La R.n. CKv.Tanpa.
cattle and abe..p by a system of crossing this: "Beginning at 21 o'clock J (9 p. to inspection, the following I*presented. .- : ;_' :; ;'.' _,; _. Plant

and selection, so that in fifty yean m.)" .T". '--1 i CINCINNATI' AND

the fattened bullock went from 400 to DID YOU EVER I Eureka Chemical and U&nufact L.... m. -GI9.R....0. .... arriy.JsobeDTWe PULLMAN. v. a. East

1,900 pounds Try Electric Bitters asa remedy fat raring, Company, La Crosse, Wiscon : Holly Springs Routs (No 36ST LOUIS, Leave

Tbit- was dODO b.) ability not labor. jour troubles? If not,get a bottle now ein.-Oentleinan: For forty years 1 I KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO. Via MWMt,Adroa4A.Cti

The labor of ooniur bad made little and get relief. This medicine has beet used tobacco In all its fo!'m II. Fo; ; JUavJackiotirilh4Sp.in.Tla ) .-, AtCounsefa fur ..

jr nu increase; but ability in fifty yearswaded found to bo peculiarly adapted to the twenty.five years of that time I was a Springfield.ants, BinainKBAA Kansas, Bally ictfr,SprinM St 'LoJ.ck.ea for Hemphia ao. cago return and arrives all points JeV oar

300 per cent relief and cure of ail female complaints great sufferer from generl debility title 'iouxoty., ; >..35 return Ry.
,'>eua.m. I
The same truths abundantly Illustrated exerting a wondertul direct heart disease For fifteen years I tried 1' !
for :BranawMk, .Iaf (3a
Me- influence in and tone I but couldn't. I took variou I 8 20 a. mLa J"'e.TIThI'
in the grain reaper Cyrus giving strength I to quit, 3Umt>erUiid Sound. '
Coranck has become a millionaire Lo the organt. It you have Loss of remedies,among others "N 0-To Bae. 2.00 p. m.-Sundays""'forFernandl'--

through the invention Clf this machine, Appetite, Constipation Headache, The Indian Tobacco Antidote".,. I 4.05 P. m.-Loest Ktvett!: Oo 8 ou>eea n for Brovaw/dlfir .( .JUNE
Painting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleep88 -
to say nothing of the wealth of the Excitable, Melancholy or trou.blI Donbl 1 Chloride of Fold", eta, eta,, 5.50 p m.-Local for TaQahaM tad intermediate_ potato. Aniff Ja

hirbl' tbe Woods and others comingthe with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitterss jut none of them did me the least bitof 9.10 u. mFor Tampa and Intermedia**point Pullman &keperaJO .

same way. But their wealth is butA the medicine you need. Health and good. Finally: howevt I purchase: 1 L Ia. .
Strength are guaranteed by its n*e. a box of your "Baeo-Co.ro and Jt ,, TRROUolf SLEEPERS for CIlfUKX' ATI rill A8 H E VI ILK,.?* .J
small per cent. of what they havea rrire Asheville 1.40 p.m.. urine* CitiAati r.U a.at.terMACOSandATLA'KTATWO .
Large bottles only fifty cents at Ackre- cured of the habit in ;
baa entirely me tT.Lear J.*..->m..U.
'.liecl! 'o the wealth of the world. 'II.fci:*3 DA roans
\ iican & Stewart' Drug Store. i
all its form. And I have increased Steamer")WIATEE'from Tampa Jraidentowo and Manawe I ,
in 1850 the ability of the inventorwas -
The only permanent cure for chronic thirty pound In weight and am re Pullman Sfccpors o i all Night t .
saving the nation annually fifty- Mip'ol lofda to
luwMhttf
Send for Best ladcsed
atarrh is to thoroughly:: expel the ieved from all the numerous aches '" I
Ove Bullion dollars. In 1890 the annual :"
A. O
md of body and mind. I CO&1tdwrite B. FENNINOTOX. Traffic Hanafier.PLANT .
poison from the system by the faithful pains I :
of labor by u! of the ;
saving; e reaper --j
md persistent use of Ayer'a Sarsalanlla. A quire of paper upon ray ; :
was 1100.000,000. Aud since 1840 the ) This wonderful remedy proves hanged; feelings and condition.

estimated &IIvlnl< of labor has been uccestful when all other treatment Yours respectfully, P. I1.lIarbor -.

t4.000OOOOOO..ball: labor clamor with las failed to relieve the sufferer. .

ability because it bat made a fortune in The orange crop this season in Os- ..... ....

giving t>'e world so much? What cola county will probably amount to : I :I 1 :::: \:... I ....

height ol foil) I from two to three thousand boxes 4259 Jyj.ILES: 1 : 7p...: .... ...

Edison has become a millionaire; Several groves will bear considerably' :: : : ::::: ::::' I ... .
: .... I .. ... .
but through his inventions all she The fruit on the trees is fine and do thO Most .. :\.... ....
BEACHING
great cities of the globe are being InJ well, though some groves are (t'* -IY- : .

lighted from five to fifty times better orted to have suffered considerablyn : : : I.:.:::.I.>:. .:.:

but If Georgia South Carolina, : ..... .. ......
than eVer before, with little any account of the dry weather,-Kis Llabaina ,
OnlyCurefor .... \:... ......
additional! expense. It is impossible to immee Vaney.Healihis. -. '- llorida Cuba and ..... lOa .. ..
......
.. .. tea
the addition wealth to \
to
cftliirale .4
say a'b I IGHEAT ..,: I .
Passenger
nothing of comfort that Invention Perfect ,.. .. w::::
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fcts brought to mankind. .. ..1131&1.....
: T7 T7I ... .....
A.bLu in the use of steam and ek- Wealth I .. .. :
R .:..:
: ..:.. illOHallip .
titcitv\ as motive powers shows again ...... \ ......
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that it is not labor alone that produces aaaasfi'wfS ;' : ........ p
? j .. ..' S 25p ; .. ....
wealth Yeton this false assumptionour O

national politics: are being cor- I ..rt ,y iM. .

ruptet' our national boner endangered I .1 ; d teM OCS 'J

Teen are fears that under .... stoj'--
grave .
-
caused false .t I ; \ ...... eay1.! ..'... .....::-'-..
the excitement, by Pimplesis .. rR' AT1IrNT-E: : ;: ', .. / .... : ..

leaders, the business of our coun ry DR. E. C. WEST'SIERYE .. ti'Ina 3JIa ......... '

will be torn from the hands of ability 'j' ::/iii .
dot, ::. ,
aud put in the hands of ignorance. AND BRAIN TREATMENTTHE I :.1".":: '

N. W. OFJGJKAU ALL OTKCKS IMITATIONS.I ..
... 'I :
It 1 oldnader positive rrltlen Guaranteer :.< I
b tatlionzed agents only,to cnr Weak M*oJorjr ... : ./ a
aTOxT 1 DuZl'i( /f DeM.Ni/tht Iiowea, (:nlDrmuna, I.adr.f Oontinc .1 ..I;.
1 tan ,Nerroiunee*.Ljuuitod*,.I ll Dnini.Yontl I '. ,
qutVl J? eery tu1 Errors,or Exc tiT.LW of Tobacco.Opium, ........
If .. 'ftlntlo or Liquor which lead tq lliseor.Cofi oniptlcn.MDity \ .......
and Death. At More by mul.}1 AND ] ; ... :
or a 1TELS.OWYED : .1. : :
:
3 : .
box> ; ux for fStwlth written, guarantee teeare EAST COAST :: :! : : ......
farmers have er refund ample parkre i ..:.::. .:
.
Tb Coati 'ta county wooer :/ ..
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eontatolny: 5v. dr tre&tmen"nth fallitractiooa ILAN" SYSTEM.o ; :::: '.
this than Gull ,23 cecU. One only Sold tochperaon. .. .. .
raised! mart hogs year er cur At ator or by ample nuuL IN :: ::, : ... ..

before.I Not a.ftingle! case of disease of ""."' t1rRed Label! Tim 'IXYSr FISRINGana / .::.1 L:::.. ';.... ..

allY kind baa "" far been reported. Extra Stren +te:11'1lsl.ip : f.I f. :" --
'::l. KMutitV : .I-: I
I I
.' For : :: '
impotency :
f'r :: : ,
TbLj bourn Florida foundry will Povrsr Loet SPfCi&'I' IEKFort' I' .. .: .. ..
4" W .
'
:
ttwUlt7 or \ ) i BJ vxr SHIPS EVERY -
shortly e,mnii'nee manufActuring iron 1 a box six for and '
.
written .. 'est !
aud ottM bt u. Htd.. : Tampa Kev Vv .. _.. .. '
: i- da ,
Qe-fOR = :; ...... ...... ..
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SoapFOR ,
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PAISTS, ILLS aDd WALL One Elegant, Ship EvOPT'TAMPA 1ry ..... 1.... ..
PAl'121. New stock Sol by ACKEIOIAN A. STEWART. 1LE. \f 4 ........-..-.-.. --

\\A* 'Ki.I!UM\N\ Acorn. : CGtt'.111Ti Palatka, Fla.. and MOB 'A mailed \ :...:...... ........1'.

\i LITERATURE tE ON FLORIDA and CUE: lffic lanD I .......1....._i 1... _
Application for Discharge.
A ad "Its vi GflH 10(1" "bWCd-s"Gd" U. W WREN. Passenger Tr. .1ae *oaT! '.

i I'4'e I tI i by grower I in Ileroando I SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE,I WILL PRfr
final and
my aoocat Towbwi to UM And fort Pierre daily
gun\', ,is thus described by the Oowtt.1udge.of County L0'
.p.I.ufrom uburtr4r4ylou CI-II J'-U.
SALE and uk tobdich the .
UrooV'|Ht bur: "Tbi ear weighs two of the Estate of MAnhall; iSeirlrr, deea f r- St. Angnstln daily
W.D. pElOLkR,
and half
oue : pounds, and measuie July 18,A. IX1896 AdmlnUtrator. THE-
twelve i lubfeea ia length and ten lathe Forty Acres Low PineLand. (cn.

;a dn itnifrvnce; This cum was i Beach & Miler I -
'i S 4
S. J. HILBURN. fro
rowu 00 Hoe laud without fertilizing, """ No.

'td<' itself Six acres under cultivation; situated d '. &.... Ill36p SOp

glut is a 53e! of the ten acres, about two miles south (of West Tocol, ATTORNEY AT LAW. l !I .' \ IZBOp400p_SI'P -i
oe the M. Johns Ri\er. Improvements Steamer Crescent.- I "I I ) .1 LY I Sop a Sup

v 1 Un....-<11*II Dr Ml, .' Nrv PluK cooiprisc two comfortnb houses cnb r ALA TIU. FLUB1PA. From JarVfrMiVHll BMa. m So..<- js, fries lays a tf 1 I'!"
sod Orange '
-- -- and other houses 3 bezel uf fiaa
lilt x: >4x s ofhe run been dikCOOuuei head bogs, 84 head; of chickens cattle.; one 20 Office,seer OMCTattonal Back.BJMta ,.e,.ptsitePMtOfflc Prowl Cr....cut ti y: a' *:2u ... In U 04'1', t\t'dnet61f'1., -

'' .,1 i JLper aria inahibt! at 'ox, art and farming impltments.Tvren Excursion from P nr ta* timer a'
StiQOca&h. A > AH tnulB" HltrUtM to M*rare trflT Trt+ir CrescentlCity to l ant ye at 554 depart
: ,
vto ad-
p nr
t. n' I ru',ts "' i'li. of Jnpt't, lei Uwl at'tvnl r
'lna II. A. GtTSl'X r.m es a tf'ttttiea. ..
P turn Every Friday .rrt i* out guaranteed.
'* ,i,,-' |. CUU01, rt.f uug I"'a. oc2.3m :M. Aertitoe, .'"'**. ....S- *.pon*>''.to >rartotn.
M'1 ,'x,,,, IU04..Lt 1)\ the R. J. A .- t art
R. W. & 11". M. OAYIS !tv tVh r f l'.' .. .J. .... ?
." II I \ Th, n : ..\ ,f!', (" .'). HENRY "
STRUNZ. a1
!
cnd ftt'", t'o n ore "".u.J be: paid.
ATT OPf': Y AT LAS 1 : I l'A--> OEM / "E' T aJ
:'tl I !'tr ?.r t I "Inl'to I eOtTX"I I I.I.O1! T. LAW" ,
f
,' iiiopgan r *;;..,rl: fLuL"A
? el( I II t'bil.s: .i-ct'ftn.Keft".o i.pPalatka. .: "
,. PsL.raA s.fto ZAt BaR Ren.-no. I i .
.ul.1 fd ,, Fla..
II 1 Lllabl I I pr '1ft ''i. f, +z I tI tr

,1 .1111""- 1.,1: o tat, .\\t'I', s. lie gaeos.trrWJ4tsMw H. RratvoaD nt. I"
----
," now I II t"- u !h a j, all,1I' ,I = FOR t'17IITi3 4 it S*.. /Me.

L7 a w : rat a1 t -u.. .j \ ..a l" t.f' Henry Foster !1.C rJIiU"'t' This rervedy LeI.C in.jeeted CaTcata,and Tr i > t tea....< IMM..
I IDNJfor dtreelly to tll- .r-sn.l&t-: Oysters Chops
eatbmiewcoadect i iOon :
Aid r'a t' tl apt e. w :', rO uni.kh Ie- Shame ell..a..... PILLS .
orncc i*Orro U.9.Prt>rr Ornct
rrt .
K nisi MeataS3cit "
; line 100\,,"'. Gf'Dlto-lrlIArJ and we caBiccar patent ia fes.. tame loan UKJKremote ? n.h : !
A-s..a..t : .. .,
__ __ req sues a. (rota Uutun Toa. ,
LINE Salt and Fresh Water = :r o N>EK carried .. ..
.r diet. Can Scad model drawiac or photo, vit& des crqvtwo. = < ..: o:.::
"4 in 1 to \>.e adTue. patentahn Dt*. Ire*ot C1IAS. .a_ n..a T....
TAR SYRUP da7/1o "'lIIall plaiD pteh thvxe Our fee act dIM bJ patent b MCIIftII.A ,..... 4r -: !
Fish and OYSTERS )' 81.00'r ....PMLCT**How to Obuia Pa tenn<*witi \ I A' +tirt..14..aS
Q 'ckly euree l'c and ('Mdt CURE&.Ce-. byl' rm.& <4 CUM w th* U. S. aad locei a cnintne. i L.4ti..aeW.l.. r.==...: ..
\ ,.,
sent free. Addreae, t .
l .l.r.r
(Optw :t* Douc's )lUrkrt JCOTICE.I .rac..JI... ,
reek' Drug More. (under Sectlud and Qa&aty aM,rim Riunateed. Free delivery sale by ACKEKMAX: STtWAW, ;C.A.SNO\y&CO. win every mai and" .-.Il'o-
: State interested ia the
ta..p&rtIof the
city. Jo'lMdreaechrbe. 4.-
Lemon recta .J!' IVathi, Ro. L! OPT. Parcirr Omcc.WABMUMTOD.D.f. hatnu to have oo* .1t'Iv 1
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THE TIMES-HERALD NOVEMBER .6, 1896.

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At. REQUIEM -; 7|, 'How'iThUli WEAK MEN MACE VIES -

.
i We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward How They Settled 1C
Let steps be light for sorrowing heart for of Catarrh that cannot
any case The women ci a Counecticnt town H. Tw MIT T-J ti.jR.
Tonhlc4 Sit silent by their dead; be cured by HaTl'a Catarrh Cure twI > have given triumphant answer to the 7

>io noise disturb the solemn boon, I F. J. CHENEY & Co., Proprietors, objection against equal suffrage-that

..: SI They watch a dreamless, bed. Toledo Ohio. women of refinement could not endure
Mattress
We, tae onderMgned I have knowtF. Maker
>rDay. 'a 0.t1'. 11''DR'G' tT"DA'X the rough pushing and elbowing men Upholsterer
the last 15 and
J. for
very Cold lies the form so dearly loved, believe Cheney him perfectly honorable years in, all What PE- Z *'S NERVICS Oi9. of all classes at the polls These particular ,

3Itb3lst Stilled I is the heart that fondly beat, business transactions and financially It acts n T 'rta..t; and omchlr.. etres when.t enffntglsta took an intense inter

Responsive to each cberished.wejrd,, able to carry out any obligations, made Others neoreeorer.ateede.Cer ra1L T)''. 'USK-t8"1 r.atc. ,., MSSTttaKr lost u.nbooaj Old est iQ the result of school. election and Estimates I Furnished on Contracts & Ihlndln
tamed oat in fore They settled the !
their firm. 1 io-i.r ;
And welcome to returning feet. by e.te.eyRlc' "Ur >.r :
chi) WEST& TKCAX Wholesale Druggists, tieaer.en ea..end&l.r-u' P. : .. IJ .:ty .r 1yf, {n t t.tlee era'star?!a! difficulty quoted by aimplshoving the Job Work of All Kinds Promptly Done

and Ah, loved one, could we only! see Toledo, Ohio.WALDum. ,eIt.crrttoa W 't //5 u. nanl + :dMr. r pliers men out of the way, the masculine vote

The feet tread KI, AN & MARVIN, 1you Da teM -,1E'.a t..4 r"' :L 't..a aaR being compelled by sheer force of mightto j_.e fond shop at residenc, Second Street between Reid and Main,
path thy now ,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. PLLPP.f '!! .rrV1GCN. ./ for it. wait until the feminine contingent
Canbecarriedtcv. : ',
ciet.p
We would not sorrow thou art free Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally r. $1 per toy. rr ti foTiUt v. ,1,r..ltiv. had expressed its opinion by b.llot.- Pa,1atka; Fla..

TO Though numbered with the dead. acting directly upon the blood sEvVK&UrlUean.aru.te>l ff.9"* to;IVr' '*Q *-rtL Yi.d MWnU tN Baltimore American. -
and mucous surfaces of the system aG 1a1t.1L.uM'A. C'fetc w 11*.
00 :l-'u
will Sell You
00 The form thou here hast left on earth Price 75c. per not tie. old: bv all druz- Sold by ACKKliilAN & STEWART Am Aeeonapltebed Prisoner. a
Coulter Kansas
David
prisoner
Testinr ii a free a
Must mingle with the dust vets
35GO ; -.. charged with the murder of Edward

Thy soul bas gained a heavenly Suites are plentiful our ncizhbor-I The travel South is increasing rapidlyand m too, near Topeka has invented acorn PIANO or ORGAN
aDd with the
,Jledeemed) jUllt. husking machine.
80 hood, says a Big Creek item iu the j trains on the Plant System and on
For less than house in the
Southern
money any States. We will e-
130 Blest hope he waits the feet, Oviedo Gazette. Miss Jewell cur the Florida Central and Peninsular
coming The lAM of 1890-7. liver it at roar nearest railway depot or steaneboa landtag, with ouca-
| &> Wait thou the master's call, school teacher, informs us that one Railroad arriving from the North are X.more does an eyebrow allure him plete outfit, and subject to trial In your own house and if net ptrleet.v

30 She comes thy happy auul to greet, "pent the day at school one day last I heavily loaded. Most of the passent The To carves rhyme which without a topic asking assure her Ivure.him satisfactory wi will pay the freight both ways. We han

170 T -'Weleome each and all. week. Just before school closed a Urge gers coming now are those returning Ar,the line of a lady lore's slere. Bargains xu83BSS5&m Pianos and Organs.
Like bee mood. which to strangely capricious.
75 WKLAKA. moccasin was discovered coiled arounda to their homes, although many tourists
have already begun to arrive.CAST0RIA. The !garb we hare foamed to admireb which have been rented or taken in cxsbange on new instruments
---- rafter directly over a table around changed when Dame FanhtobC efficlona,

b A lengthy and interesting (programhas which five children taL.s be was Invokes a new mode ef attire. ..,T.I..will an ta mate.traa the.nt Terms without fetiD so E{.UaV sy cads you 1.eu Silt M 4lC it nllt' ,rfet

been prepared for the Teachers''' sl"ep and bad probably been there all The outlines that memory cherished R rite II' '
Are hidden by garments uncouth.
Institute of Alacbua county, which day, it was deided: to let h m remain The Sextons: so graceful, hare perfehcd

will be held in Gaioeavinu i November until l school was over when. be was And lore grows weary In Booth. Freyer & Bradley Music Co
rain her efforts to charm
13th and 14ih. Among the prominent quickly dispatched. For Infants and Children. In By intellect's are dazzling display.us ,

educators of the State who will be present ftttao- Her sallies but serve to alarm na 24 E. Forsyth St., and

are J. M. Goitttaav, of Jasper, andJ. Bucklen's! Arnica Salve. ggaaytnr4 .errsj Lest beauty be banished for yA 427 W. Bay St.. JACK8QN/ILIE, FIA.

The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, e True feminine grace-why suppress ItT
F. McBeath of Jacksonville.!
cf Wln"Sam Its owners, alas, are so few ATLANTA GA., AJTO CHATTANOOUj ra.si.
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, While wit-it u sad to eonfexs itllay -

The recent cenllol of Florida showeda Fever Korea, Tetter, Chapped Hands, be bought for a dollar or. two.
Fuller's at the north But 'tis useless to scull to wheedle
marked in of the garden, or ;
growth some Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
cad of Lake Brantley Is a thing of Well wait till the answer Is sakL THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE
cities of the Hate. Jacksonville,which, I ions,and positively cures Piles, or no Shall Hope be impaled on needle
according to the census of 1WX, had : pay required. It is guaranteed to give I beauty. He has cabbage heading And Cupid be hanged by a thread?

only 1GJ201 inhabitants, has a popula Perfectsatlsfaction,or money refunded tomatoes ripening and Irish potatoes L'UTOL
I I price 25 cents per box. For sale by to for while his With fair rents the clearing
large enough grabble you gentle
tion of of 7'J2yor 4* .
>
25,130,a gain per !
Ackerman A Stewart. drujn"U. Of the doubt .hleh.o mournfully dings.
ceo ., and Tampa, which had only : sweet potato patch is supplying the Impatient the world world be hearing Putnalll Real Estate-Agency

5 532 people in IRK), has 15.634 people store with all it needs.-S. F. Sentinel.A Your IhtI1H of the fitness Washington of things. Star.

a gain of 10,102 in five years, or)831 Household rmedr.

per cent. In four cities of Florida- Save And it never fails to cure Rheuma- -- -- ---

1t Jacksonville, Key West, Tampa and I PII .A., FLA.We .
t tism. Catarrh, Pimples) blotches and
Pensacola, there is now 71,312: population PayingDo'ctors' froii
y all diseases arising impure blood,
where in 1800 there was only 5223. ,- is Botanic Blcoa Balm) (B. B. B.)

a gain of 18,791. or 36 per cent. I S Thousands endorse It as the best reme- have some big bargains in desirable city and couauy props rtv. whit;h
r I dy ever offered to mankind. The I we will quote next week. In the meantime, for particulars ;write
The finest stalk of Sumatra tobacco I Bills \ thousands of cures performed by this

grown in this section this year ws I remedy are almost miraculous. Try It. JESSE E. IJU11TZ, Manager.

H raised.on the plantation of Mr. W. II. 15 -BOTANIC 5 Only $1.00 per large bottle. For sale

}Fletcher by Leonard S'tckepThe' B' .B. BLOOD BALM j by druggists.. See advertisement el e-

the oeet A
quality of the tobacco was

single leaf was 18 inches wide, while THE GREAT REMEDYFOR where.F. t,
ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
from tip to tip across the stalk the distance all... ......1hIY ...... .,- ,
... A. Cerber
bast M,- W p-10 tie ,. t
was six feet. Ten acres of this "... ... ,.ray w ,
...-1171Ctt0F'ULA.
kind of tobacco would make the owner it ULCERS ECZEMA.

1i a rich man. 4 RHEUMTISM CATARRH, ElUPTlONS, -
tri
i ..4 .. MMOT .( issue 'Plljllnr W Funeral! Director t
...
'mica sons it u i b, IIIr w taw w.
The Ocala bank case has bobbed up =::>S""".::.eo ir w ":; 'ar

again; this time it came up in the i {SENT FREE KeltnciRCLCCw.

United StAtes Supreme Court at Wash BLOOD BALM CO.Atlanta.Ca. And Undertaker

i ington. The record entered was: "E. I ..- Oy JIQJ

t\V Agnew, plaintiff in error, vs. The i Votle for hDUeatl4a. C JRMKR L.ilQ'f-A.ND THIRD TRKKTS* t
United States; reassigned for argument e+
LAXD Omcx:AT GAnnanij.1 FLA,I /
j on the 9th of November next,I September%1896 J
WCails attended to day or night.
after the cases already tet dowu for IS HEREBY GIVEN fllAT THE -Mo wtsi Y r
1 NOTICE Dallied settler has Bled notice of Orden from the country by snail or
that day, ou motion of Mi. If K. Foster his Intention to make final proof la support oft
'" claim, and that said proof will be made be- telegraph frill receive prompt atten-
for the plaintiff in error. Agnewwas : Clerk Circuit Court, at ral}tka, Fla, OB
convicted last winter in tile. United I I OCTOBER 24. 1896 tiot> Jt'296-

States Court at Jacksonville find sen via: Cornelia! Grisbr, of Keuka Fla.: Bd
19 bG5.for the ate of nw'/, Section 12, -Il' 10 PALATKA MAEKTES.Oroevrtet .
tenced to the penitentiary tqr mi appropriating -l I 6. R.23 lt.Ise .
names the following witnetwes to prove "R. MONARCH" "KE'TUCKY $
funds of the First National his continuous rcsKtenee upon enltirtalon ..aJ.. AND -
er wad land. ris: A ex.Wills, of dKv. lla..
Bank of Ocala of which he was Bro Corner CLUB." Pure Whiskies for
\ I).James. cf,Keuka. Fla.. Wilson Felham Corrected Weekly by Gay n Kirby
president. of Edzar. Fla. \\'m.De,of Melrone.Fla. and Kirkland tUeeta.Snnr Family ana Mtdidml purposes. GenuIne -
I' J H. BAIUXV
,Standard FtneGnnolated.... 4 43
sell-ew R.etlltAlr.: only when bottled in this style
......
AItWI-SETEAILFAITHFUL MEN OR Extra KT Sugar at 4 a:
'V WOMEN travel for repoa.lple eetabIiie4 I Dry 8alt d Bocton Belllr........... 6 i pacVaze. Bottled and shipped from

-wesviy femte n d In xpenea Florid Salary rosttion|.tIO.permanent parable, Dry Dry halted Salted Western Western BelUea.Hacks........... 4 at%, Distillery. Ask you dealer for these

erence. Kiiclose-address stamped areiope. > Lard compreMod tierces 4% brand.. If be hadn't 'them write us.
oo.1b ant....... 5 I Comfort Time Low Rates.
The National,Star Building,Chicago. i jCoasintown PALATKA Sago: Cared items.10% 1 1 gallon 5 yean old. $3 4.1' gallon 8 Safety Quick

1 t PiC&ICllABM........... THftbnulder rears old, $-1.2.5; 1 gallon 10 years

Xotea.spondenc Corned- Reef, U .* .-ll.U t >ld, 5.50 1 Case 12 qnarts, 5 years Finest CnlslM: and Serrlee. >. Transfer Between Ja ksm>rlil. and '..... Yorlv.TheJFleet .
*Times-Herald. .. 2s 1.95. old 311 o6. 1 Case 12 quarts, 8 years .
UtComportd the following handsome New 8le I Steamers
[ Married, bunday morning, Navem- Roast.. Beef.- JI..l.a. tae old $13.00. 1 Ca e 12 quarts, 10.araoJd

srl, at the residence of the bride on the direct llio' fUur Floor,Second fancy Western Patent First do fatenta.do.. 4.40 4.73 to w 5.00 4.60 '15.00 to. Mail Orders Promptly Attended COMANCHE; (new), ; ALGONQUIN, IROQUOIS' CKEROXEE, SEMHfOL

"parent*, A. II. Jamison, of Orange aio,Carolina Good.................. :a 4to4 J\UHTII.BOtJ

Lake, to Miss. ( Alice Matcheit( of tbis of taTe between>c: Ratter.. Fancy Fancy.Eastern Creamery......... 4l 22,to toe 23% R, MONARCH BOTTLING CO., tf tmers art appointed to sail according to Itte tide. (i iS

I place. Toe happy couple were sur Cbeeeeo*1"r-norlda.Fancy Full per Cream gal..(.X.T.8t...). 10 SO to to 32 12 Owensboro. Kentucky. From JACKSOXVILLE.rLA,(calling at ChatI"WII'.SGDda'nuln4.a,-. ,
/ew Orleans MolaasM...... 28 to n From CHAKL STUN S.C.. : Mondays anc Fridays. '
rounded by admiring friends and New York
many Hoes' Hoe" Schedule JictonrlHe: and t'harle.t.ia
t .:racken-yin veer & Send money wit order to avcid For boar of sailing see'Clyde or daily palms
relatives during the ceremony, immediately teaadird XXx.... oda. S li01.'TJI-BJ1

after which Mr. and irs. Jami Lemon Ginger Crackers Suaps..... ......... T I delay Steamers are appointed.ait from Pier 29.East Rirer. New York at J,.m.. U follow** eA
Extra Toast... ..... .. 1 For CHARLES I ON.$.C.. Toesdiys and FridaysFor
son departed for their future home at Assorted Mixed Cakes. SUoodensed JACKSONVILLE, FLAn calling at Charlertos) Tuesdays and Fridays.CLYDE'S .

Milk-EagK............. T.40to LADiESDOnotIC'
Lake where they will enter
Change Havana Champion........ 4Jflto 'k' .
the of matrimonial life do BeUBrand. :IMto" OR. FELIX LEBMUICC I
do
upon voyage do Challenge. sue to iT a ST. JOHNS RIVER I LINE.
with not a cloud before then. They do do do Dime ......... ... J.10W3.2S Steely Pennyroyal Pills

received the best whMs! of their nu- .a. V .ilia.e Canned do Veetabten-NQ.>.2 Tomatoes; 3 Tomatoes.. 65 85 to to 80 11 are KE.NCH.the ore. safe tent and :..t.C only cars (DE fJARY LINE.)

UI Sbd. fof their fuiuie pios- do No Okra and Ti>matoes 89 to I. edo i r ..it".m.,"". Price Sim Mat
i Jacksonville No.2 )larro..Peu....... 80 to 1.0 1 bjni.. Ut n....e wad only by For Sanford Enterprise I I
.
city and happiness. do ?-o.2 Early June Peas. 1.00 to 1.30
do ao2ltoetonBaked Beans luoto SuM by ACKEKMAX; STEWART: ,
John Abraham is on the sick list. I do Ko.:2 Boston Brown Bread 1.60 to

A. J. Matcbett his amiable wife and, t Tampa and ruble Red Irth 01t I'Vta 1011.dOeS-per t.rreL.E to to.... Mlatka Fla. And Intermediate. Points on the St, Johns l*

Yellow Onion, perbarrel 1.T3 to../ ,
(ster-ln-law were conspicuous guest
.. ....
jt the wedding Sunday morning.E. I Key West Chili F.ariyltoeforseed Beauty; ied 01 for let.eed>ron for.seed..i...1.118 l.iso 10 f// 1 _tcaiiur ] .:-v: J:: I G L DE, _

L Smith murae.1 from Illinois n.olden Couolene lb Una.. 6% ( i

_ad Michigan last Thursday week, and Railway, Duke ClItAnUMo Tunas x'.ClcaacrTEa........ .ETC.....53739eneatlonCutl'tugtos. \v-- PATENTSseemreA. LAPTA11V..1.. SHAW. I
; : ........ ..... ,
forms ui that the over production of 5i.1's r ? .............. ma to 30 I'rompUy TraeS......... Copjn) .hutnd
.
peaches, grapes and apples in the latter,. arrow .. 30 Labels recistered. Twwity. r* yean ax'perltoo. r.. : ve* J trk.....,, I. ,1. 'm f,i1 ..T IUUTO "tre', nt 5 p. m. TUBf AYS anoatl'UltI.eYafnr
w irth Seal of North Carolina toa. 65Duke'.Miztnree.IUn .. :. report whether patent ftOor : be.cared (' hr., Euter.ri.: d' lut..I .,
tuate Is almost equal to the miserable .'.. 0? .fre.oteharza' f e*a duo ''' .lh. a. -
1, Dnrham,2..*. M until patent aJtaw**. t'-e Itawfwr r.Be kPre*Lv.. I,.H. '..*P f.en'int >m boo J. hH. Uivt-r. /
,iroductiou of starvation and privation S' Lucy Hmton................. 41 .:'-" tWAftHlNQTCHI.0.0.>. ,.Prtvt-s Su fu>\.5.. .. at.: aii I V the former state. M.S lliouth C'bawp Varter .'' '' : r it I).\\"S fur J- c wtttttteTJr THURf/

I Lire Georgia ......... .. >
Sweet Cli ax itueeett.UnlTttiaPuoads. .. .. ... .. _...... 32 \ I .eia* TNwnrrr and lltkrt Offlrr, rH '''. tuj H ,P'f, Jat kM ..tll*>, II..
&Vvd the Babies. Though .... .. ......... 43 \ t
I A. J. COLE. (iwral raoveuger (pent, IF. S1.IRlNittiNGEPJs. Fla. F>>..A "
td r J. T.'MeAU.te r.of Allauta. tho : ::::::: u a Knwliic Green. New York I IIUJ'A.R"r' IM!"*:-" )_.,', "
:: .. M. it.CLY K.r. M.OwwIlnR. ..\0. I- Fla7Fr Ajct,
ta: *Last June Germetner saved our I Iby. gyELiDifjP; ; ;; W p I Green :New Y..rk Ft. Hogan Si Jacksonrill. ,etaD.
!
62 D. C.: MINK R /'. A.. J. A. LESLIE HuprrtateitdeDt.
Paul, carried him safely through; .. .. 4.lt.;) 12!;i..lta'awarea" ITila4ilsU.. Font Hoga*;Mt. Jacksonrille.1HU .
I Heat Bold Dud\t ease .
FloridaAsk > U. JtK.T. M. S UDa. linen New York:
of
extremely bad case dysentery f Jfi
Fearlinewr ........ ... .. .. .... ....4.10
p
|i teething, and from a mere' skeleton Royal Baking Powder, 1 Ib .. 459 WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agtj-
265tampIKU's
do do do H b
made him
skin and bones u has a
: l-lb... 90
i or Taylor's, .
fcai bi" solid chunk of thirty or thirty- ;i: do a" *ib.. MHorsf I: $..il..lawer.. Are P1tlad.ipldn 5 It.wHeg.tee., 2.e.v reri
Bread rretmatioa
w pound!." :: for AI..na.k ord's ... .... ............. I iota n J
.
EJlItU"b \cainnu 14llrmzil.

A IT ASA Pio :I I TIckcta .large... ... ...-.. e IKllbrru i "Bread is t the> f Henry Yau > han r
'
,. ....__ iz
Ocan
r of Sidon Jhse.I fI
:r. J. Scru ;, says: :via the J. T.: & K. W. Mixed Nats j I : ,
.., .
)ur little girl blue month old, waa in California RaUins : $1. dtoLSO "
i i.i oltana j tw Staff of Life. i!
low aWe from summer eom I ted Ai'e.. S -DEAi
very raney Es &
IN-//
Sa ApriwuOr .......... rC'walTallta. STANTON HOUSE
do
.ii u and Germeuwr remit her at fat :\Write th3 General Passenger .... ..... .... ...... ...... 4to8% 9..11'ISF: ". 1"t''J'I'. E i \ + Et"U'''. whle ,

il pig" I *!* Frtillsen. EtcOorreeted Two ,ulna:ee walk: fMni the Central Dep*t r..tl. It's lba I Oak and !
for Information. 1"11"
\ Agent .. Weekly by Vertreea.A Co..old J. T. RATES, $2 00 PER DAYCHATTANOOCATLHN wai.' krc.t
K. W.Depot.3afcect
8: I
jotice to Home-Seekers t beallbY, fI. f i'i"lly to
w B. C ftin -6, D. Ackel!jr to market eaances. .--.. .--. J climate.
Tom Mixed' per sack H- Itr..3 Wto t.\ a warm I Pine Wood
Oats Wblte per sack: 135 lbe1.30 to 1.35 zD7i. I'II7'8 I superintend my own tvaktujr. and I
I round Feed.perk toe lbe LlStolM
I! daedal Sustt wt. G:.1 Pausnw Apt Feed Meal, sack lOOlb Hto 90 FEMALE PILLS. 'know thai for cJe-nltoeia .ndiwirtty it's I \ .
)ne of the swat ded be small Pure Wheat Feed per sack: toolba.. US' .. i UV TUB < OHI) OR CUT AS
JACKSONVILLE. Hay,Xo.1 Timothy per tna..3d*t*22 M ifs OKEe+gty. atyll latfyet. 18 good U..n. >-anrt better ttao some I < xl.I
...::. .. .s-
I
sack 1751be. ** ? r.
Wheat Bran per H! 15PI.1
Putnam is offered .. ,
Ices to county at
ri Io'vet.wt.aa
U9 to 2J9Ran T+ .dae s eacaeryoe.
> Grits and Meal per bhl ... Jiow... by oeer seeefait. Fresh e.ry morninj:: at your dOftr.1:
front Oatt.per blab SO w .. a.ealr. l.dlarr.ts t. a-Ordera for wood
t ery low price. ... ... .. may be left l
bbl. 4 JO to 1Mw.taku. P.
Best latest Fk r jper eeraaa J. LIPSEY
Cotten lined Meal.Bright,per each. tae tollJCotton .....:. S2.r boa._r.e.5.. .. 5e.iasw ... M. WfHer& Co' Store, and wW ;
'or further particulars, address L I Seed Meal, Dark per sack... Mt0. >.... ;.....4..... ..... re Proprietor Graham's Bakrrr. I rtee
'or I
x N, ralatka, Fla. t > 1 Meal prompt afentlon. aepl'


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t. 3rPERFECT POLYGLOT Conspoadence- Tlmes-&rahL '. .. The Only Oti


Dreadful QAT BI\OTNEK5 DRAYTON ISLAND, November 3.
PECUU CASE OF A GRANDDAUGHTER -
i OF EMPEROR MAXIMIUAN. "Well, the great day has arrived and To Stand the T'.

to a few hours the immente Question .
I --' RT. William ('OPl'Whose \ *

the \\'.. Arrc.t In Toledo and 1- l!ur- will be settled beyond all change. No iras a physician for over fifty t tin

Rheumatism1 roandedWith 3ly.tery-bpealu la Forty more totes can be influenced, talk the New Jersey and who b ... '

I four LaU&1I.; Only T.&J.u.- The m e l E1HIillOd li Gm ery House candidates ever so friendly or clink spent many years preparing, f

|I Yrar Old-Kwroaotlc Hli t.ry Told. they the coins ever so temptingly. And practice of medicine, but LqUt"lltlI
entered the ministry
No disease baa puzzled the doctors Mrs' William Diamond, more geuer let us hope tht the winner will not "
Is!. E. 1
Church wntw. am
completely aa rheumatism-that deplorable I Paniine'retnandaia, "the lose ht of his .
t ally known aJ sijf great responsibilitiesand ..
of which
condition the blood Palatka.We totretifythStlhud
bpanish woman with a history was In the weighty duties of his high.
so often renders the strongest ma as aital zed a:
court at Toledo > 1.
r tried m the
police
i recently ,
helpless as a babe. Their mercurial office in contemplating his own mag-
before a jury for the second time f sftrsapacillapretions ,)
and potash remedies may in some And admire I
nificence.
although
t f we may a'-
J cases impart temporary relief but are tbe first jury having failed to agree on known m
sure to ultimately result in wrecking 1 what eppears to be a trumped cp cliarge.I make a Special Feature of our' the victor who wears his hum Is trade. hut.DYER'S'

t the entire system.Rheumatism J I The woman has lived in Toledo for with grace and dignity, no less should I '

is a deep-seated blood I some time, and it has been understood we accord the .hl;best respect put -

; disease and only a real blood remedywill that she was a descendant t,f the nobility the who ne a\xm! K. i the .1
have effect whatever Mail honor to man can vi only fWe.S
any upon of Spain but the bus alwaji been Order Department I
It. Most of the so-called blood remedies -I decidedly 1 retfrent about talking about defeat with the fame courteous tROt ; them that
are at best only tonics and cane 'Pr.d
not reach an obstinate bleed trouble. !1 beweJf. Prosecuting Attorney W. T. S. i and unruffled temper that he wouV: .' bt Ml( :

One of the most frequent symptoms of i O'Hara, however has been hunting up show were he successful. For I < -pun

rheumatism is a tingling sensation of i her history, and he determined to tee and pack all goods securely, guaranteeing "Glorious it given away hundreds of boUt'81f< t !
? is to west a cr-wn
the parts affected, generally brought 'what really was in tbe ca e. it, as 1 consider rlthe safAt u cow4' ;'
their safe and Of deserved and ft
about from a lack of free circulation I II Enough has been learned positivelyto delivery, a pure ucce ; I as the bett tlllf' had."-Vy. cot\,'
lie who knows how to has won
of the blood through the very small I that she is make charge for package or delivery fan r
warrant the statement a no 1 '" i
A is
is always i crown whose lustre not tee.
blood conductors. This trouble -
,I granddaughter of the deposed and lateEmPf'l'G l' to depot or steamboat wharf I
of S. 8. 8
eliminated by the use ; left
Maxmilian. This personally Probably there is not a man on !
!
it thins the blood, gives it a free and I
forcible circulation, destroys the poisonous I she refused to coaJSrra, cr deny, but Carrying complete evck such is the Island l<-d3r, Its.they tare: allgone j t fiYERt
a as
microbes and restores the circulation 'I breaks down every time the subject i\ : to Georgetown to express their IQUMX

to Its normal condition. broached. usually}) found in a of a President. f
Mr. Robert IL King, prominent j She it known however to have confided TIIEOfLY WOXtD'.7! *>
It have the Jacksonville J.
is plea ant to -
and influential citizen of West Point
this fact to a friend and subsequent :
Va, writes of his experience with this investigation tears out the asser- back with us. She made quite an Sarsaparjjjlgm '

dread disease: I tion.. She speaks 44 dialects and writes First-Class illumination all over and around the I .;- on doubt,ask for AJe '. pjte .
"About five T was a great
i sufferer from years rheumatism.ago I was beautifully in Hebrew, English, Spanish .. Grocery House lake last night with her big electric eve. ....

treated by all the leading physicians Portuguese and.Italian. Expert Linguists Summer seems to have come back === ::::- -:..----- -:. ..1r- .
I
have tested her in throe as well
on us In earned although the wise oM .
as in Danish, Norwegian Fmioh German .. llay Run. and Ca.tiiMi 1 I. fAt
t Greek, Arabic, Moorish Mo!oon, and many articles not usually car- I weather prophets say we are all to be I II the Authors'flab the e br fve I-u
9 dialects of the wet African coast, 7 frozen tip in December. Their predictions :- '
ried by other concerns our cus- lag Howard<< Paul r kt t'd this M rdotc v
of the Brazilian and site has I like dreams > bv
em:>ir generally are -gr \' '
of the late Charles: ta ade, tjill.t" .
been able in several tomers can send us their orders
ccy to speak fluently I contraries woo was sontthiug of a Jfg I "

ethers of the oriental dialects. with the assurance of having them I Some of Drajton Island' citiZ'.us bad .heard !o main ::.bo re L
Her mother died in Madrid when be
I have very pretty and promising gardens ducks that desired to& )lr. V*
born. Her t.therVal assassinatedin
was Paul sent him a brace, with oXpiittit initruotioits I L
his own home in Spain for political : but the transportation cumpanielwill
Filled hew HQoaM !
I as to they tie lre-
reasons when she. was but 10 years old. Satisfactorily not make much out of them, as no He
pared l od cocked. !rent byJhm tamtxe
She was stabbed in the face at,the time, one seems inclined to plant extensively jeger a bottta of bay ra 1\v thick* !

and still)) carries the scar at the ccrwr for market. Either everybody has lug> Mr. Reade was f amuier'with it u

of her left eye. Write for our Price List.. made a fortune and retired; to live on toilet aoee lOry. It seems be was not.

., This caused her treated to lose her celebrated eyesight. the interest of it, or they think it is not for he wrote bock to the donor ")fy ,
until she was by
dear Paul, the docks rO. j
I were t'xcy
p oculists of Great Britain, by whom her to be made on vegetables. They areI enjoyed them exct diagly bat 1b4i bay

i sight was restored. .,. robabl// engrossed in the same absorbing rum must Was acquires! taste _ldIidn't

.w Her godpa-enw, with Whom sue traveled Bargains on New Wheels occupations as Buckeye's busy I go at all well with tb,wifi\fowl.
:
all over the wcrld, managed to Gold Dollars for friends 110 I sn *t.a.-pd Lanip-igue. I Iced theKmurn
gather about tlOO.OCO: of the old estate 50 cts I "
up
hot
made into punch.
better
a
We hear that Mr. Reed has bten attending .:.
which was turned over to her at 1,961 Standard'96 Model>ew up-todate wheels. at the following prior. for cash Send -Kew York Sun.Leather '
t M*. Rouser II. Krxo. the time she married Captain Henry S. cash with order Alto wrIte us for catalogue of Bicycle Sundries a* wa are tile Cheapest house to various improvements and --
Banker at Olympia Wash., when the in the entire aute." Send your tingle tube tires to na to hare them made puncture proof at the repairs on Mrs. Tallanl's property Cell.etee Crass,
4 In the state but without relief. In mall coat of tl per tire
I fact my sufferings grew worse daily, was barely 16 years uf aitt. They rt pa. here. We hope that Mrs Tallaut intends "Did you receive cards!"" : ;

until I despaired of ever being cured. rated after three years and four months, 1305 Ladles Fowlers ...each *46 to shed the light of her countenance Tor what?" .

*'I had been in this wretched condition when he had secured and squandered S 150/!t Ladles Gents' Fowlers." ... 544! on us at no distant date. "Why Joe Jellsby is ge'g'to gin a

for many months and was almosta much of her fortune. Gold Standard f* very private exhibition of his collection. .JI'
complete wreck when I first read the She gave birth In that time to three 200 G al.' Fowlers. Report also tells us that Mr. LaBree "Colleclionof whair'K.. .

advertisement of S. 6. S. Having tried pairs of twins, and five of these' chil 115 Pat Gold'el....Standard......... .. $44 146 has turned his tannin.- f..c' )-j at I I '"w:,., doa't you knovrl 'crjiyear' .

a dozen or more 'rheumatic cures'and I dren are still living:, two in Cuba and 80 Ideals................... $46 Georgetown over to Mr. Parrish. It I I or more Joe_has heeD cutting unrall
blood remedies'with no success, I was 68 Falcons. U'I I
the others ill Madrid with friends ....... .. these little of girls in the dry
almost but decided to I 185 Volants '40 ought to be a paying eaterpri both pictures
hopeless, give
f M Ramblers ._......__. MM t5eti I' .
died after
Bunker she had scoured divorce I
a goods adn.ti88Dleuwu'.u
your medicine. trial. I did so, and in t Monograms _, $50 to the owner and to the community, Lfit inyoerne.
a few weeks it had made a permanentcure I from b:m, Then! she went to Cuba, It Falcon Junior 26 in. M $33e and thing, yen know-and pasting*nv *
of me. I was soon a well man t but lOOn returned to America again: N a...'Oleooa, ......... S. )44 il! properly managed and encouraged on cardboard. 1"h"1"' it's the fyrt

and have never had a touch of rheumatism I after having visited Honolulu a few 100 2-Ontl'Geuto'Kingbee Sovereigns_. ."4 $42 W as it should I*. Our people do. collection in the country. "-Ol vUkiHl

to this day. S. S. S. is indeed I weeks. 5J Ladietl'l"Jr&lDid. $42 not seem to have sufficient energy toput Plain Dealer. "A R.

a wonderful medicine, and I shall ever When aba drifted back to the States, forth growth and prosperity of I
recommead it to..sufferers from this 1961 Her JI..k-a1 AttiresR'
she lived for tome tim in Bo their In the
of blood diseases." neighborhood. ia ;
worst
ii the British bhia=ktM landed
then in Mew York thence to
8. 8. 8. stands out distinctly to It- coming of the day (forcible, if not elegantl I
after be bombardment of the palace at
Toledo where ehe met and married Can be furnished in either 28 in.or 261D. wheels. Address
elf as a real blood remedy, and for they hare not enough "get and get Zanzibar, the wife of the late ,.taltts\,
up ;
half a century has been curing obstinate William M. Diamond, who she says, I a
and deep-seated blood diseases secured and hypothecated many of her The French CycleiCo.; they would rather sit down and w.ut discoVered, to her annoyance, ttia}'she"

which other medicines fail to reach. jewels.It PALATKA, FLA. for Hercules: to come and help them.It I had 1 >at her veil in her excitement. It;

8. 8. S. is not a drug store preparation is known that a casket worth $10- seems as if lutn&m ought tu'' never do to face tbe infidel withwonli -

and no druggist can offer. substitute 000 is in one of the pawnshops of the oat a veil The aptwE'ci 1JU1tal.a did acthesitate
,.k' for it. It is guaranteed purely vegetable city Diamond was arrested on the make as good a show.. any of her lIis-1 I : and when the o.jaoket.ffQDff .

and contains dot a particle of I charge of theft and was also soaped of ter counties a'atka is one of the her she was diKreetljr drctMd4ut

potash,mercury, or any other productof attempting to person his wife. Securing At JACOBSON'S Ideal town in Florida; she has four, a musical' box. which was tbe only toilet .
the chemist's I'V+p.
straw bail he left the after railroads and she aLe eould find
magnificent
S. S. S. never fail to ctire Rheumatism country a rivet;

,Eczema, Cancer, Scrofula, or any having secured, it is said by the police ought to da a good business, the um I WhaJcbon May De m.4.1.
other disease of the blood it matters officiate, a large on the jewel caket clainr four and she
soon newspapers! Advices received from the Are
not what other treatment has failed. belonging to his wife.
Best HOSIERY hall come flourishing business enter- ocean baling fleet state tbst tOe eatiBeet
Our books blood and skin diseases
I, on She has teen engaged for some time
wilt be mailed free to any address. I past in teaching orients!embroidery and pnses. Butjn'spite or all these ad bad taken only 02 whales ojj
Swift Specific Company Atlanta, Ga. neither Oct. 1. In consequence of the poor
!
tbe mucbtrillh"tened
languages She vanaes city or can
\1 was very A' the 1'c.oe or Poor lloell ry. A nice line to Detect from. Here are a few county the price of whalebone will 6e ia<
a short time ago when" ta oVftil show public!buildings
any commeusu-
!
I
PrlCt' : neighborhood of $5 per pouDd.ftJtSU .

Houses of all kinds I dressed Toledo refined, and remained young Spaniardscame in biding Beat L+dit*' ]lose, full finish, 40 iuage Peal value. 35c only 25o rate with*. I Beit-'Deeming proaperity

Best Bic\ce Hote Sold everywhere for 40c. price 25c Strangers and visitors are much Impressed ,'
to;Rent for sale until they were gone. It I. believed t j, if ; my L' and ABBAGE"
or a powerful influence is back of the prosecution Boys flu*e. *.m> *.h'ng jr< ml) ()ll>*r jrtacr, 25c ; my pnce, 15 NOTE TillA i-frctty J'lttn1f'! !lfi< 9rMIo' < e. fast black only lOc '
i of
I in this a tow towry\herbufldinsrs
Thos. H. Keating UIWHct' \ appearance *
\ The In "< \'I\IH'! over offered for lh- n:oney. I the < Wn M"'d Llnf'I Fresh .tocijust !
1 father's came was Fernanazia, I her streets and all IAIWIC hapruvt- ; n,j.tVt'tI.IKE .
Leman Strael
: I and her mother\va! Maximilian's legitimate .
.
HONES1 menta. I! \L'. N )
daughter. The family, which was SHOES SHOES : s.4 ) \: I'tW.1RTPAIMiat

)MoBJueath Ko 4. Experiment.Houmouii originally Mcoriib- unish linesge, II I bare a good tine of Shies at r.rlffII to snit cvfry r.<..her: Hate you asked that CIV CIN>ATIfiliOhii. fC Now, duu'l of all of you gel up and sayf I l lonly Flea
r Warren was banished for politicalrramx!' She : miy .imleitur there la not 1.s equal ta IH none my bu"ioes; that I alii \ -
township, county,
) I it BOW but 28 years old.-Toledo Oor. laatka) at i .00. It'.a good looking,honest time.aua M V L JLltKR. fur October. a woman and know nothing itbuu Th. t.-rmtllLI I.lfe H.traoee Cow-;
of brick
Ills., hat completed 3,000 feet
pavement, the first hard conCtry road Boston Journal. _..MMr. Ladies' Underwear ?' Gents Underwear such things. I know this much, that pany ptif uc'aim" wtthenl delay or

ever pot down in the United States Bad it,.. Disrj Heeoaelled. IS GREAT YAUETT.: ALL WEIGHTS AND SIZES. the name of Palatka is widely known; []i!c>Min|' IHt.. II'i. vtrv HM>naiI<*t

The brick is single coerce laid on 6 Mr. and Mrs henry ;"EfDixey. whohave : she is .-, ken andlfiou 'ht of II' one oftbe Full! "fOPAP'; i'mi can be obtai M nici
inches of aaad and supported on each bun H % Jw. t'llSETN are ihf bf-t. We ell th.-ni-all styles. I sus '
e Ptparated fcttbePlax..l prosy .ana representative bM .K !taiLF.Y)4 .,.r. a'
side by 2>, fret of crushed stone. TL years, are cure mere living tcgpthjerln tI own* of FXjwrsf old wheal tbe sf n .
cost *ill be IM bID $6,000 a mile. a flat in New York. t* ;. jSJjte \ '
I her her are J'3*>l a bit die..evoulI..d. :
I Mr. dixey himself admiftrdTtbetruth.
bteves.oa'. Birtb"1. I, lIe and fen wife and their little Xuw don'l you think thai 18 It xieat TEX GREAT

"How' I have utMwld r to few Ukr awl a MrtMajr thy to 'r far saM.p.ta rt.,*"child. I I boy. Harry, bo said, were Irving very i a01Jslt pry? \V, wait not be too mdifff r..II Family Medicine of the A v

She .poh. to btr.ftI_. The master tniVd. happily together up town He hoped Ui t, ibc outward; acetaiu; u is wt..,lremrm 'u Taken It
"III t_ ta tov 1 would wish .:th all rfh..rt that this would be the end of all his !)er tkat tauc3 i 4waj. Infernally, CurejIXanktra
a.oe jj ifrttg
I'i marital difficultiesIt t I Cramp, and Pain ia t t&tpn
Tfcat It WuN jNHtra. TM many )*u baw I; P tka should eun her h sir a-m ; di, Sore Throat Sudden Col

Too swift post come and all too awrttly tySo I I is understood' that their affection ,I Syr Jp I assume' tt+w of l h". iatic ta ttiuu tun I Coig *, &c., &c.
for their cb Idrrn-Harry, wh8; Is at l I
by a fvnsml aced be there conveyed Used Externally It Cures
i additions and 8d .
i home sad Eviogeline.'who:: is at school : < All risk asu tale In bas ....l
: dry
To have awl Bold to Mil cr ,tT.awry, at the convent at Fort Lee-was what The People's Prier=d. In use for fifty years. I The growing tutere-i m j;.wxl r aiM Cuts, Brasses Burca. Scalds Sprait
I Toothacb. Para in the
: Face Ne
TMa...ftd and ..r. it to the Ihtto susid.Jofral drew Mr. and I
Mrs. Din
g together again
Cures Cough, Cold, Croup, \Vhooping Cough, I a ieal hiBg tor both e.IUU' 1t/l.1 I It'wu rabjpa, Rheumatism, Frosted Feet
fat ft*ring to believe too notch I It'tbe aDd induced' them to let bygones be by j f"Q't.lJe ., ,
Grippe Bronchitis Asthma and Lung Affections. I bic.c. IK 11. irtM :..ma;; ..
r > axh
sab..ad
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to<,k hs d.'t :':ct* ant } ritiv unfold. gone ....t.7........,... .' ..rN.. I
|Ah llbr-al ...Iu.. At s U*.' i 't s: t. tacit i Mrs. Diiey: was formerly well knownon j DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywherefor I .''''> I tbinxThe i .. at.i.".c ...... artt sad riIt-.cra A

All MUTBMSI thing* shimwith traa.awnted the Ida Glover. She hasI I ehHyta seem If, l lot- jl"'h"'II' >r ram a WI. ;s1'-" 'ftt." r -@e.er ." ':.
stage M I
cents. .. .
Refuse substitutes.Chew .
.
cowl only 25 cheap I Pa's. !:Il!... w- .s .. .
.c.
I day .f Mess nun'a *Ul pro**,' to Utf been living in ntnre&KOt. LO TCVKT, for ; t it iwarm ertotugu fur 4 raze a1 j wv.01.....,,-c1t._.. .'........ s...,." ... .. a 1An'
... .., _..
J r-;
tat part of ttai. I .:t raaraortumKathrttB tinw. Ntw York Herald | LANCE'S PtUvS.The Great Tobicce Aatidote.l0e.0ealen.f n. i C c..6alteY4 .,,, ... .
.JI. IIC ia C2ru.taaarlkrtbner'at BOOM __ I ,inder .nn. L't" tope *b M.: ? fipredfeted ........: .,J" !..--4. ,....u, .....u

Klllioos Tor Kr plnK Sober. I j -- -- --------- ---- chap.' sold wU; OH Ot Uat i ,,1ut.e h.. ,I"; ",'A tae u* ri...tin.
.
I .1.1b I I!. r at'r. .uuis UmKr aM....
h e U. S. Oor't Reports In addition fe tbe $4 &60 cf bends '_ I "pren.oUs"lo en ..inal. .lintmneh fray{; ..Itb.rra.rt_.- :... Or",-,.a$.es.. -..._...

$., ?\Y PI_ &kfnr Powder left in trot for him conditionally upon .' '". I of it Ujrnienaintfd bv 11'\-:1' :(") REe.a pncord Par. D&s';: '. j>&u.I' ;;.;.- rz;.:;. .i't 11Jet

his remaining sober for five Vaughan liepr.ter ____ ._ ..
.. ... jearc. Henry; -- _. !
h-'r ..
It nl M ae.dies .
to F* ny a -It s a
George Crocker second of the deceased : .
eon ..", P'.,. H.ifc s. ** :f'r/I_.
millionaire. ban just come into K wr. ,.? "Mtt'...*., fe".I any_Ute fr ..

\ AN ORDINANCE (josseeAMn of out. 'igbib iaf,rest in rte i DIALER L'i- )! c. e n Vater'ASTERS. Miss; KATE LUCAS ; pt,.. $y."",Sa',un sad.1)110... a..w eeMJ.W. .

father's estate.. which is equivalent in 1 i
r" rr"hlhj'1 *r Int .<,"1 IHirinjrin u .... t th Ntft-.. of the <'in uf lalatka pI maud BHMbi-n to 4000000. New that Oak and --- _I '
|tat l itual itB>iua< Uiir >' .or MBJC* .11..11 ha r .runaway i.d iati tnuwi rred the taailywill leaver fertkp sarket.
)
!* M**Mu\ Uinw clans.: 1
east within a vre>k sad to ..... MILLINERY
'., expect 1-1 7ree
't' I '%. 1. ..it''r HiiHt t>y tl>- Ciy ( thief! t f' tesdaf I
..! t I I It ka. i' the wiser in New York. I II Pine W'J Q d .. *....Areaae4
HIGHEST .
iuthorttA aa.'et at.iiwr'.a :
;
I
i4i. I c .1 i the Th it ,
., . 1 rU. I Il'Y
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of Muil! ftwr r n.r t. UJHI < r l mtL harm* r.. CrUp. j
I
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f h Ot 1'klnrkan bahltllt Ia QUALfY
the t. : < i
nM "y .T*iw rue; "f.t bore or a use whi.'hi The sofrgessaou that Charles R. Crisp THE CORD OR CUT AND I I"PUT And Fancy Goods r
laM coat in Maid wfi> < .-..t tUrp tuie le elected to fill his father's tmexpiftd
8a:l. That.*y iienou <>r w-i....xi.. .h<' .hail I Ikal is I Select your Misses'Boys' LOWEST '
in which ftftCEs
term
th' are or drive UJ bahitaol run. way eeagre cm we hop I ,
bone r rate la the 8tm at natU i sty .ofIII' to eee earned oat Mr. Crisp fa yoeiis; I r ,..1- '" '? "..f '"#t be lee Hat In stock as heant and dlver-

then.)Hate ,. ...h.......rhall,or.a*r..ir. whioh dri r IB has the rMawaynpiui **Tf tai ; bat be is possessed of unusual: ability ; t. \ t., ...... a .,1eiT.at''and I SCHOOL. fled line of an Roods pertaining to FREIGHT i

ta saidi Sue' at ka.t tines tiwea absll be ; and has been a close 5tU:Ut of congreanoBol tplS- I 1 the UCrinerv Busine 4KM '
'
pual4i Mayor. 'y iiniviM HiTuti",",.* In w thr thenrd< tty Jail Miera; for ,tbe'ad'a'tliiMati Jegislauoa It weald be a pruWi" al.tULWU I'SHOES from BOND'S ;t A TICIALTT Fun assortment o' PffEPAIDIQV

| u..lay.orhyaxaotesoeed-: graceful act on the part of the Third. ... t. i STAMPED uIN'EJT GOODS and EilBHOIDEBIED ,

one trnwlteil open d'oocii fliMiwi] toI.n.I' tlu!.. 2 Hh. 1av of OctA.D o- district Democracy to give hm a tiswoi-1 PINE TAR SYRUP llarge. Fall Stock just ; ILKS. e
IN*. r+. J. kE. s t'.kLY.I're.bdentti1: mona noaiaaaon and an ovfrwhtlmitp : Exp n oced Northern Trimmer in I S

tea R H.('OOPKiL City Qerk.,c-aell. I election for the nnexpiredj, term.-At- j :nicU cure. f.+sh4 and Coldlsv: receIved. charge of TrimsaBz Departaaeat. aol e

sr"vw't I this Urt.ay" Octe *r. 10*. j j4tL lanta JooraaL Pt"f'k', d'at: .t..r-. turner Second and
K. OA\ Mayor I I I 1
) j Lemon I .!I Ctta.
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