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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THK PACATKA WKICKLY.HERALDPATATKA r1YCa,Latablkhetd la9p,1 IC.__ 71,11893. PALATKA, FLOMDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, WQ.mMW: SEKIES-VODHE 4.--NO. 35



S D Pickett,of Jacksonville, is in the CONTENTION NOTES. I A3 UNFORTUNATE AUCIDET.
HAPPENINGS OF THE[ T01 t .- Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.s.Cov't Report -

city.ROOMS William R. Stone, While Stealing a
furnished at MRS. By W. P.Horn Press Correspondent.J.
nicely
Ride is Crashed by the Cars.
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PERKINS' House, Orange street. Op- J. Irvine, Mrs. H. G. Hastings, J Baking
The 5 o'clock north-bound !
.. posite St. George. nno28 and W. P.; House were appointed a passenger
PARAGRAPHS PERTAINING TO PALATKA train yesterday morning brought in a oVal
Beginning December 7th and until special committee to transact the business 1

PEOPLE POINTLDLYPRESENTED. January 1st, 1897, LEWIS, the Pho- of the convention.The young crushed.man with his thigh frightfully Powder:

:: tographer, will offer big reductions in following officers were appointed The accident happened last night at

Picture frames. de7-tt to serve the ensuing year: DeLand Junction. It appears that the

L U of Chicago is in town. Farm President M. A. Brown, Jackson- ride the ABSOLUTELY PURE
CatTj: tSp-Write the Scofield Stock young man was stealing a on

F Bradford, of St. Augustine, Is in Lake Park, Ga., for Fat Hogs, and ville.Vice south bound train and losing his hold
Blooded Cows and Heifers President-T. A. Knight,Starke fell between the cars the train pulling.
town.J Pure Jersey WEL iLl SOTES.WELAKA The best opportunity in the world to
Treasurer W. P. House Palatka.
,
Kaufman of Jacksonville is in fully acclimated. on out without having discovered the i horse
buy at your own price will be
Mrs. E. L.
Secretary
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Recording
train
accident. When the north-bound
the city. _' Water mains are being$ laid along Waterman Crescent City. i December 8. at the Auction Sale, Wednesday December -
came into the Junction and met with I
Strangers; .are quite plentiful. on our Laurel street to-day, under the supervision Corresponding Secretary-J. L. some trouble on account of a defective I Correspondence Time -nenJ4. 16th.
streets now. of Superintendent C J Bolinger, MOORE .tCRANALL.INTERLACHEN .
Thompson. Jacksonvile. axle the wounded man was discoveredby Our town is filling; up. The latest \

n L Campbell: Middleburg, is at ot the Palatka Water Works. Junior SnpL-Miss F. A. Campbell, William Heierodt (who was'a passenger arrivals are Mrs. Baldwin from Illinois. NOTES.

the Arlington. Jesse Hagan returned last night from J acklk>nAilte. ), lying on the track. i She resided here ten years ago and

Rev M C Welch, of Pombna was in West Putnam. Jesse says he feels like Supt. Miasions -W. C.Norton Cres- He was brought into the city, cud seems gla-1.to again be ir Florida sun INTERLACE, December 9.
he had been beat with a fence rail since cent City. shine. ,
town yesterday.The Drs.Cyrus and Welch were called and Correspondence T1m -H rald.

steamer Ruth E. was in port last riding seventy-two miles bonback. Supt. Christian Citizenship-H. G. amputated the leg. He was then removed Mr. Geo. Russell is back from the Most of our regular winter residents ..1

Hastings, Interlachen. to the new town of Fitzgerald, Ga., and repot -
hospital building on
of
eight from Jacksonville. W B Weeks Lexington, Ky.arrived have arrived.
in Palatka yesterday. He is highly Organization. J. Irvine, Jackson Orange street, where he now lies in a ts all going ou well that way.
( Geo. J Zehnbar, of St. Augustine, ville. Mr. and Mrs. James McClure arrived Mr. L Patrick arrived last week ac-
critical condition.
with our city from a commercial -
wa in town yesterday.J pleased LIST OF DELEGATES companied by Mrs. Patrick's nieCe,
last night via Clyde Line from New
point, and there is no reason Chief Trueman receiving a telegram
says
Donaldson, North Adams, Mass., why the town should not make won- Rev. A.M. MacDonald, Rev. S. F. from the Union Depoton arrival of the York. Both look well and as lively as Miss Piper. Mr. Patrick has repaired

is registered{ at the Arlington.A derful growth within the next few years I Gale Jacksonville Rev.J. K. Wight, train, repaired thither, and at once ever. Mr. McClure reports times improving his street railroad to Mariner's lake,

T Curtis, a prominent traveling black Orange Park; Ivan Waterman, Ores- recognized the unfortunate as a young up about hi* home Syracuse, and has his street car in operation again

man of St. Louis, is in town. Two hundred cords fine jack cent City; M. C. Welch, Pomona. man who bad been released last Satur- and says they had a rough passage. which is a great convenience to those

The Wilson Cypress Company will cut seasoned during andjAugust., 75 cents: per load Thoroughly ; $3.75- I J. J. Irvine, Miss Bessie Gale, Mel day from a five days' sentence on the We trust they may have an enjoyable living at the lake. ,

begin on double time next week.F cord. Phone 20. Brown,Jacksonville. streets for vagrancy.In time while here. Mrs. B. Stiles visited her daughter,

per BAILEY ROBBIKS. i Albert E. Parkes, Orange Park. Mayor Gay's Court he stated tbat Miss Lillle Morris spent a few daysat Mrs C. F. Mellor, at Callahan Fla.,
B of New York City no 17
Morgan, \\t
T. C. Potter, E. L. Waterman, Mrs. he was the son of wealthy parents and home during Thanksgiving week; last week. Mr Mellor's health i. very

pleasantly located at the Arlington. Prof Perry Keener graduate optician E. L, Waterman, Wm. C. Norton, that his father had recently retired from has now returned to Palatka. We are bad and he starts for Texas this week

One schooner is now in port loading, baa located permanently In Crescent City. business in New York City, and was most afraid she will forget dull old accompanied by his wife, hoping the

and four more are due in the next two Palatka and may be consulted at bis Miss Carrie A. Ray, Starke. now residing at 229 Third avenue Welaka. climate in that State will benefit him. .
weeks. place of business corner Lemon and Miss Minnie E. Neal DeLand. I find
After
cannot
That he recently absconded from diligent inquiry, Mrs Baxter from Lowell Fla
is occupying
Mr and Mrs Monroe FeUon,of Marbalville Front streets. Eyes examined stock free; Mrs. H. G. Hastings.Interlachen. thence because his father refused to let the party who compared nding in a part of the Brush Cottageand .j
A nice'
Ga arrived fiL the Arlington satisfaction guaranteed. Miss Georsrie V. Robinson, Miss May "hug-me-tight" to some air twisting
from which to select. de2.tf him go on the stage. This story he still is keeping house for her eon
to-day. J. Crosby, San Mateo. adheres to in his desperate condition.He about a dead orange tree. I have had Daniel. r
F B Trent,of Waycross Ga., was in
FOR SALE.-Real Estate. For hold district his Wm. R. Stone an interview with one of the young
par It was decided to two gives name as '
Mrs IL G. ;
the city yesterday and made us a pleas- men, and he acts entirely innocent. I Hastings attended the
ticulars address box 132. latka.Fla conventions in future ,.and and his father's as Elias Stone and '
an
a ,
year "
ant call. Mr Trent is agent for the think if Huntress will put me on a Christian Endeavor at Palatka tots
no2S Chicago Belting Campany, and is a invitation from the Crescent City delegation seems to be of Jewish extraction, and surer footing I can locate the party. week.C .

G A Graves, a prominent uat and affable to vistt their city next time was about twenty-one years old. The party I interviewed offered to take
first-class business man an A. Brush and G E Gillett have Use
Huntress to ride in his if she would
and the next convention will Since writing the above the unfortunate -
Arlin
ian, is stopping at the or a accepted
high-toned gentleman.Two come this wav, but a. whirlwind is not displays of Christmaj toys.
few days.A be held in Crescent City next May. young man has died at the City much of an inducement.A .
V doors west of the Arlington Hospital. Death came to his relief Dr. Whipp has a very nice lot of
nice lot of new she'] een fine Rev G M Ward and wife of Rollins rousing Literary Club has been or
W N.COFFEE has just opened; a about o'clock yesterday afternoon. ganlzed; at Pomona, which will prove Xmas cards and booklets, also nnmer- ..
placed in Ac erman ibg fresh line of Pure Confectionery, College, Willard Elliot of Tampa, and
'" both interesting as well as profitable.The erous other.articles, among the nicest
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ato(e.- -" I Fruits, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Also, Miss Lillian Post of Gainesville are expected GirCall on E. S. NECK, Grocer, weather last week was most uncomfortable of which are two handsome vases and '

The sidewalk I Fresh Bread, Cakes and lies received this evening.A Lemon street, for good, FRESH GARDEN ,and fears were entertainedas a very beautiful album.
to a wind with a freeze but nota
Orange, has been ft \ dallY He would be pleased to have crowded church is expected tonight SEEDS just received. up ,
frost. We escaped very lucky. i Mr H. G. Hastings, editor of the A
of sawdust. you call on him. deB-lm and everyone is requested to Orange trees am about all banked i
Southern Ruralist is sending out sixty
f bring their Gospel Hymns 5 and C, as Progressive Euchre. and an effort will be made to save 4.
oi Mr and Mrs Morris of Philadelphia .
Large quantities George : thousand sample copies of his .
them from killed to the ground. paper.
there are not half enough in the church. :Miss Anita Bailey entertained a select being
covering the river in the vic of j are enjoying the warmth of number of friends at progressive Potatoes are not yet dug! and green I The weight of this issue will be about

Orange Mille. our Florida sun, and are so weU tomatoes are on the vines. I one and a half tons. 1
AINTS OILS and WALL
euchre last night. Six tables were I
Messrs. Morris and Beasley our live
The steamer Metamora is being; o- : p.:eased they will likely remain here PAPER. New stock. filled, and at the conclusion the ladies' fishermen, are busy and doing, very Miss A.D Mellor visited her brother 3
vated to starting on her Or several weeks. They are at the Arlington. t
prior ACKEUMAN STEWART. prize, B sterling silver hat pin, was well.The at Callahan last Saturday returning Sun

waha River trips. awarded to Miss Pansy Devereux, hyacinths are not so numerous"
The steamer Crescent is now carrying I AUCTION SALE HOUSES AND about Welaka as some time ago. It was day.Mrs Rhodes
TURNIPS and CABBAGE while J. Walter Hilliard was the lucky C C who has been visit-
thought they would seriously interfere
heavy freight daily as well as passengers BEANS and PEAS. Everything in j MARES. gentleman winning the sterling silver with using nets. ing Mrs Geo Long for some time, left

on each trip. the Garden Seed Line. Fresh stock PALATKA, FLA., WEDNESDAY, Dec.. 16 key ring. Miss Kate Kirby won the For good painting and papering call last week for Jacksonville and from 1
Don't forget that S. E. Bond has just received. ladies' "booby" a toy pig, and RichardF. on Mr. J. M. Swain, who it. an old there and from there will go to New
front of
We will sell at auction, in and
bargains in dry goods, shoes, carpets, ACKERMAN & STEWART, Court House on Wednesday, Decem- Adams was the proud (?) winner of hand cheap., doing work, satisfactory York to reside.

and crockery. Palatka. Fla. ber 16th, twenty-five h ead of Horses the gentlemen's '"booby," a brownie. The Wilson Cypress Company are Mr B 0 Flower, of Boston, accompanied

Quite a heavy shower:. rain fell last In another column will be found the and Mares. In this car will be some getting out an immense quantity of by a gentlemau attendant is at
THE HORSE SALE OF THE SEASON fogs, and have of work on hand. '
which revived truck and broughta and years Mrs. LoQ ., Mannvi11e.Ir .
night advertisement of Valterlin's Shoe Par. very nice Drives, Saddlers general Wednesday, December 16th. Stockcan BUCKEYE.Warning .

cxl atmosphere. lor. This reliable shoe house has been Work Horses, all young, sound, and be'seen day before sale at Merwin D AI C4rtheU has opened a new

A large number of hones from Ten. engaged in business here for a numberof work single and double. No *Tez
nessee will be offered for sale at auc- year, and its reputation as a square Jlu.Mlfg., but nice, smooth, well-bred MOORE &; CRANDALL.Will Did it ever strike you that U you have store, and is always on hand ready. to

.R- a t Wednesday the 16tJi. house has never been blemished. Thereis and broken stock from Kentucky, Missouri everybody who claims to be a bicycle fit you with any kind of footwear you

"Mr. and Mrs. K. Bates of Norwalk one thing upon which our readers and (Illinois; guaranteed in every Go In Style. repairer, tinker with your wheel, you may wish. We welcome this new _

Ohio, are pleasantly situated at the may depend-if they say a shoe Is good way. No reserve or limit. Captain Walter M Davis is now in will soon have a scrap heap, instead ofa enterpise and wish Mr Carlhelf the a

home of Mrs. Ackerman,Oak street. it's good. That means a great deal to :Sale begins promptly at 11 a. m., rain correspondence wfth the Pullman bicycle. Your bicycle is just as deli- greatest success possible. '

All of our city establishments showa pureha+ers. or shine. Stock can be seen day before Palace Car Company in the matter of a cate a piece of machinery as a watch. Capt. W A Katkell, of the schooner -

larger stock, a greater display and ACKERMAN & STEWART sale at Merwin A. Son's Stable. private car for transporting the Guardsto Would you. take your watch to a J B Halden, is at home-with his familyfor

more daily vulume of business than HAVE A NICE LINE OF MOORE &; CRAMULL. and from the Inauguration at Talla- grocery store or blacksmith shop for the winter. The Captain always

ever before, hassee. As the inducements are good repair? No Well it is the same with glad to get back to Interlachen and
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STANDARD AND At the House.
PERFUMES Opera
William L. Riles and family are now the probability is the Guards will go to your wheel Be sure the man you entrust everyone here is glad to see him come.

occupying rooms over Riles' store. TOILET WATERS; Had the people of Palatka really Tallahassee in first-class style, living the repairs of your wheel with The Captain's son, Ernest will be here :

Mr. Riles says the.arrangement is very (Very Best Make), known the true merits of the Robinson aboard the car while at the Capital. knows his business, and not a tinker. soon
Opera Company which presented ...
convenient. Pur CP IN FANCY BOTTLES, SUITABLEFOR The RECORDER advises you to patronize The insurance companies settled evry '
"Olivette" at the Opera House last Christmas Holiday Goods.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. The French Cycle Company npper satisfactory with Mr Carthell and Mr -\;
There kinds of are spring teen at our grocers such now CALL AND SEE Tn EX. night, they would .have undoubtedly We have just opened our new holiday Lemon street Palatka, Fla., and you Rnnals in their losses by the fire recent 'OJ II IIl
all vegetables as
; dect-t.1 been greeted by a larger audience. As stock of goods which will be sold will always get satisfaction They are y. '

new potatoes, beans, cucumbers green it was, however a fair assemblage was cheaper thai the cheapest, and at as good mechanics M the State affords
peas lettuce etc. We acknowledge the receipt of the and went home J L Freeman was home on Sunday '
present, every one factory prices, We are ready to sell and can build complete bicycle, including -
II W Bair and wife, of Nw Yo rk, Columbia Calendar for 1897. It has well pleased with the performance in Chirumas presents such as bicycles, tire, and can sell you an last.Mr

arrived in Palatka last night, and are made its appearance iu more pleasing general.The bicycle sundries, toys, fireworks and 85.00 Calumet, '97 model Xmas whee G W Anderson has been suffering
form than ever, having scattered itself above the considerably of late with sore hands
enjoying the hospitality of the Arlington company proved novelties on an unlimited scale at for $iO.00 puncture proof $I per tire ,
for a fey days. through its pages many charming illus- average in ability, rome of the characters factory prices. Call and see us. The all pings vulcanized in tires. Cajl and which have kept him from work.D .

Get the genuine PEEKS' PINE TAR trationswlth| an appropriate verse for being exceptionally good. FRENCU CYCLE Co., upper Lemon see them. THE FRENCH CYCLE Co1118tf. M CartheQ went to Jac&sonvffie

SYRUP. Every bottle It guaranteedat each day in the year. The calendar Miss Isabel Sargent, as "Olivette," street. on busines Tuesday last.

Peek's Drug Store Lemon street may bo obtained for lIve two cent won the admiration of the audience the ART or SINGINGTACOHT Judge Miss Francis Allen is home from

opposite court house. stamps tram the Pope Manufacturing moment she appeared, and retained it BV Coxe. Tampa for a abort time.
Company, of Hartford, Conn. to the last. The Rev. Willie Walker was brought
Frank Wright, who has been occupying MRS. ANNIE L. MITClgtLL.PALATKA Mrs Adams her sitter Miss Fielding,
The duet singing was superb, while before Judge M I Coxe yesterday
We received mail
by Wednesday,
the position of night operator at ,FLA. and Mr and Mrs A W Daws, arrived
the Union Depot, left for DeEand this from Mr. IL B.Jarvis,of Satsuma one Mr. Charles N. Stokes, the tenor, ren- 1130tfEconomy. ternoon on a charge of embezzelment here Wednesday. /

large, luscious looting strawberry. dered some choice selections. Tom T preferred by John Morton.It .
morning. Mrs
and Runals wish
Mr to sell
their
This is the first we have.seen this season Martin, the irrepressible was there, appears that Rev Walker borroweda

DON'T1dss and Mr. Jarvis is to be congratu- and made some excellent local hits, If you don't have time to cook supper coat, vest and handkerchief'from the furniture,and win $go to Birmingham* ,

THE BIG SALE OF lated on his energy and attention A better comedian never stood before call for Rex Vienna .Sausage. plaintiff,afterwards leaving for Sanford Ala., for a time.

DRY GOODS, SHOES, CARPETS which has forced his fruit to such early the footlights of a Palatka stage. Rudy for the table. J. R. DUNN. and "forgetting"! to return them. Reports are that Mr J M Leedy at

AND MATTING, maturity. It will probably be three Miss Akers executed a couple of de9 lw- After carefully weighing the case, Keuka is no better.

BOND'S THIS WEEK. weeks before many are seen, with the charming skirt dances, after which she which was quite amusing, the defend. Mrs Wigfield is very low at present
AT
most favorable weather attending. We was presented with a lovely boquet bya Trusses of AU Kinds ant was held in ;150 bail for appearance waling. '
Joseph Stock, of Interiacben, is a return thanks for his kindness and re member of the audience. Fitted and GUARANTEED at the Crescent at the next term of the Criminal) : :
Nurseryman is kepyfcusy
delegate to the Christian Endeavor. He membtance. Mr. Jarvis has a. beau- Taking everything into consideration, Drug Store. Trial allowed before Court orders for Wylie trees ''aud' liking -

is a most interesting gentleman, and tiful home at Satsuma, and it only the company was a good one, and should purchase. .. ... He has the finest orange there is to'toe had roses.!
in
very entertaining. We acknowledge a how Florida and her soil they ever return to Palatka will no LESSONS
typifies quick the if cot in the **
.pleasant call this morning. and incomparable climate reciprocatein doubt receive a warm welcome. Gr; ow is the time 10 plant your nnME STUDY! ha county camphor trees to etwT St: He also

Beginning December 7th, LEWIS beauty comfort and plenty where During the action of the play the fall and winter gardens,and you should by Correpoodenc Pirate Instruction No

the Photographer: will give a "CAR ever interest and attention are shown.CASTORIA genial Captain Harrison, of the Ockla- buy the best and most reliable Seed.E i LeTinir Horn or Etnptnrm A 'tery'pleasant evening was spent
BONETTE," suitable for framing with waka River Line,furnished an incidentnot S. NECK, Lemon street..Stenns' Practical nt for a EDUCATION I a nd 8*'Money.* T"1" by the Epworth Leader at the social
r4lorM4 by Leading Kd.ratora. at J L Freeman's last w(ek, although
ball dozen dozen Cabinet the The Captain'schair
every or l\f- on program. Stunners is a price list Common High ftclMml and ny
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traits. dec7-U under his adverdupois.and OmamereUI Brmix-h Tmaebt Q | MAil the atttBdance small 60 t\eCfoUr t 'lithe
gave away of everything forthe, table, which will 4ddrM I. I. MIMES Palatka.Fla- UrcnUn free bad weather. ;
The water hyacinths were so bad in in an instant, with a loud crash, be furnished upon application to L. C. .
he the floor and some- SETS Bermuda and Several horses In this vicinity
the river last night that only one shad For Infants and Children. wa piled upon Stephens upper Lemon street, or gNIOY have
boat could fish. If some remedy Is not body's derby hat. This incident was corner Kirby and Morris streets tf Pearls, Yellow and Silver Skin. :Now bad the distemper very bad lately.

found soon the shad business, whieh f'ltruaaue' If eI more amusing to the audience and performers is the time to plant. Joseph Sock attended the District .

alt year argregated $37.00the entire !. tars/:, # than to the victim and the Good wood full measure, 75cta. per ACKERMAN & STEWART Convention of Chru.lan: Endeavor .

ength of the river will have become a at ffIl 'Wnitl. owner of the hat, who took it good load; $3.75. per cord. Phone 20. Lemon Street Palatka FinS Palatka this week. PICKWICK.at

thing of the past. naturedly, however. no 17 BAILEY ROBBINS. :


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LINCOLN'S RESOLVE.It It Will i 1 l be Well lijLb UTHhRN IUSIG HOUSE \

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QnsnmIJ1lon Was )Ia e.Aftoc Bm Had H *r4 Mat.. 1

*.. h a Law Ca... To RememberThat .
jaV'"n..nah. Ga.t
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There if in all.truly great a.a amb, { ..
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tare of alf veltaaoa and of hmmill y- t
awake i I'h'q
COO HBANE, the intern* $ ..
for ConsumptkDti. By-ta timely usa two traits that are not ao contradictor; K8TABL-S1IED 1870.
remedy ciistomcrs and the people gncrally. iiai secured
thousands of hopeless cases have been itmdpcnruncntly M they IeNL Liaooln xhibitwl botb' .
cured. S* proof-positive-an I traits in a remarkable decree. His t.otI the largest line of THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSICSHOUSE!

of its power that I consider it my duty ttnd showed the; one Ills word. tnqotaU

n hw bottles from tothoi of your.reader expressed As other -HOLIDAY GOODS of the SOUTH.

vbo bare Consumption ,Bronchial -
An aaeodote in JleClnre'e Macula.
will write'me tbd 1K YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWaPIANO
Lane Trouble, f. they
ia an articU by Ua M.Tarb.ll. if w.
and postoffice address* Sncerely, besides the other renowned makes, which we handle since years?
express
Ted. real it ariffbi briefs'oet the. secret of Ever brought to Palatka and has an elaborate display at McLarty's have Factory in New' York
T..... OOam K.C, Id IUd ft,sew : Do''t. Know that we our own employ our
..- Tk. Editorial M4 B.U.. !...><--> ..tI'uer Ibis apparent' 4ntradtaieo.> Lincoln'fc old store Front street where he will be pleased to receive visitors own Hiri'.ed! critmen, and can give you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR
I AM u..r.an &Ilia gw r.ss rr.podums ntlU+r kantM Wa: te!the eamsoa BEFORE?
AUUu-,1 ill AN tVER
.. .. .. WBiehcaT hill Ida <4fe nAAtW, Tb NO OLD STOCK. NO BACK r4PBER; We refer to the LUPPEN & HATES PIANO and cheerfully Invite
aawdoU a-n.hI"loI.t ins :'atetUt' ntbe
WASHINGTON and late novelties, which will interest both old and comparison.
LBTTEB. All
fresh new
who be ,
man was to president will \V of the Pun" that bean our name You will be proud and
young. Come and see them. > a.?! proud
the nan who. KM W be his "Montarj ewar. pleased to possess oae.E.SIERT.
CorreIpo84eac.--
From Oar BecalM
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LOWEST PRICES.Braocb
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WASHINGTON, D. C.. December 4. Abraham Lincoln and Bdwia JM. g o TERMS.
U EO. E. BRADNACK
The White House to boat She onl' StaDt I1"WU'l''empI 1 cf''M OOUBM! a. Jacksonville ,
.... 1 e SPRUIT TREES 16 W. .B&) .t IfanjjtrCIJAS.
In can now the urn ,!(! ia a grMt patent
one
place Washington go which WM'tried) hi MtnA.aI in 1861 E. RO\V'ro. Soles Agent for Palatka.ALABASTINE..
without meeting one or more Senator roa
It WM arranged By their elUoU-aool o i

and Representative Secretary Olne to Lincoln's disappointaMol-thai Stan NIGHE ROFIT AND PLEASURE

has been overrun with Congeessiona ton should make the closing argrunwi "" """ "" "" "''''''''"''"'''' ''''

callers especially since the circnlatioi Lincoln bad prepared hluMlf for .&he

.. of the tumor that be bad a short time effort with unnstial 'e n, bat be a.. P THE POMONA NURSERY 14 .

ago notified the Government' of Spaii quietoed ood'natnredl/ in the fooiiiai LOWEST rIICES MACCLCHMY, FLORIDA. IT WON'T RUB OFF. J
which pat him ia the sword phoe.StaDtaD'l .
that this government Intended to bring tug will tell you Witt to >lit, and T87all 1-aper- In r..awltrjr.KOTMKIUM. KALfii'OfI TH
argument was one of gas' FREIGHT HOW to r C' k'. : OXFA.DJCSLYM.,
about place in Cuba If the nrolutioi force, and Lincoln liHeoedto it with la tock full line ofietelrything'arcded ia I permaawit and artfatlo J

was not put down in three months al abe closest attention thrw..bos'I'lie< PREPAID THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD. I ALABASTINE : re dr for tba kraalic

anxious to know the exact status of narrator of the incident Air. Ralph r..eb.., lfnm. Peas, lrammea., Tit m1zLg M tt r.tor .
.
Yulbaef. ,Or.nt.a and Rows w.w 4.adaa Male 'r Palat Dealers Ererrwbere.
Ccban matters. Members of the Sen CmtTton, says that Mr. Lincoln took i tee a croa-"oe.t
ate and House Foreign Committees an long walk with him after the court bad o ; t THE POMONA NURSERY, o.vNbt.dsuR4rwv",....... Baby mrreto.er I I!t C.Boa.eafrRkm.ntrnetnanyonemrstbalnRhfap.ek) .
adjourned for tin day. Mr. Ll&ooliWM M ecl.imy, Fl.rl0040Peee4444044d /.. "" '_oUIkr1ALAIIA"'TI. E COGrand Hapl.... :JIklla.
said to have received IOm'e definite "'" "" "" "''''''''' .111WE .
silent a long time. Then be ex d4b' b d'
information but to all the rest it was claimed raddenlr; KEKT ALL KINDS OfJ -.

elated in general terms that no immediate "Eatnon, I am going home I I ace

change was contemplated in the going home to study law. >JR"UOS and 31JUDIOOV3ES:

policy of the administration toward) I "WhT,"returned!. S memca. "Mr FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R

Cuba and it is expected that the LiBooln, yen stand at the bead of''tin: Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods.
bar inJUlnoi novel I What are yes talking
President's message will treat the mat abontr SPONGES CHAMOIS SKINS ETC. PERFUMES, BAY RUM.

ter in about the same style. "Ah. yes" be said, "I do ooovpf Extracts for the Handkerchief. Oar stock comprise! all ofjthe Popular

The !'reliden\'lmeaaage is all ready good petition there and I think I call Net Florida Northern Air Line Odors, Paints, Oils and Varnishes Krushes, Painters' Supplies, Etc.
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to be sent to Congress, and the usual get along with UM war thing an 4.
hen DOW. But tbtee coJfti' meted ACKERMAN & STEWART
have l beet taken to
precautions ) prevent
,
f mfg, ",ebp have deoted trbStI ,13,1. And Florida Trunk Line

"it:; premature publication. :ryes: lo tiwl/, art oOJnlng wt; dart DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN.

There are all classes of men in most J'OU Beet And they study their oasis Mwe.

professions, but the increase of men never do. They have got M far MCincinpsti TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 14. 1896. -

who conduct their business upon the Dow They will soon be in -

green goods man's theory that "A new Illinois. !:-: : il !:- Bohannon
Anotbtr long pease; then, stopping =SiC :3a= R.x Brps.
g 2 N E I 1l'OaTBUIUOL'ITI.. EA ; : ,
minute" in the tea! I
J sucker is born every and turning toward Mr. Emerson him R ao740p &:oM 8

ranks of the patent solicitors has oeontensrxM noddenly awramlng that --- KurcrAerVxnc o -
..... LT..JacknonTille...A .... 9 OOa ...... >00p 1311I
l cop' 405 ) S2Qa III/Ip r -
aroused the honorable patent lawyersto look of strong determination which J45pS12P 44Kp520p} too* trop ..... Ly..yuJee..A.r .... .. 8 If a,....../ 815p627p 66p _.. --
those who knew him bedt tometimM 9oa S50p....... Ar..J'nnantlina..Ly ..... 730afr ....... .35 626p122O
the necessity of taking some actiontbat ...... | Clip: .. .....kventt..Ar.. .._ ++.a ..... ...... 1100a Vehicles of All dsm
will the inventors of the law upon him face he exclaimed .. ..35pl037aI... Jack rougo ...... .. .. .* _.. rnIllWlclt..Ly...... ftfla802a .......1..*... ...... .....'
protect "I am going borne to staCy law I I .... .. ...... 1218p ac*" 1115p: ...... M ...?.Barannah.....LTLT. ....... ...... 433pISZp ...... lHa
countiy and their own profession from .... .. .... & t-< lI5p .. 8..annah..Ar ... 463..42i., ..... ......
im M good. any of them,,N 4: when ...... ...... | > laoa ,. .... |M..Psitlaz.S... C..LT. ..... ....... 22O ...... .....
the degradation and demoralization of( they gd oat to IllincU will be ready ...... .. .. .107HI .5tVfpSg SOOa .. .... Ar ...A.ujt1lIlt&Ga. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... Job Work and l'Lep.irV'J '
...... ...... 115...... ..Denmark.: 8 C.. ...... .310a....... .............
the methods adopted to cajole money fa them, ...... ...... 413p oS 4 00s ... ..Columbia,8 C.. ....... ...... llBBa....... ...... -.-..
! from the pockets of the inventors wIthout ....... ...... ......F3S2KSI v;; ; 104.*,......1.*.Spartanbnnr.8 C." ... ..... ..... ...... .... .. ...... .gGn
.A Cheek r. 1700. ...... ...... .. : 140p ... ..heTlleNC.) .. .... .. l15p .... ..... ..... ......
any intention of giving$ any equitable There comedian who ..>. ..... ... 925.I, ..CharlotteNC. ..... 1100 .... >29* ... /I. .. ..
was once a ...... ...... ? 10Ol. ...:.I.. ..Balsalmry'NC.. '.... ... 91ti....... II 17a'.j.'. : : .. Horse pecisilty.
L return therefor. Under present flnauoed! Edward E. Rio*. Startling ..... .. .. .. 12 MpI30p .. .Greensboro,N C- ...... 7M ..... 70'4 ... .
SSftS .". .. .. .. .." .. .'.. ...... I":: ,: .
and rules the Commissioner of the ptatrxBi2t teem, it ta ncverth- .. .. ...... .I, .UanTille.Va. 'M .Ita Flnt-CIati"Wttkmen. Good oarantead.
laws may .. .. .. SOO 1 ., &40p3SBp; .. .. to :.KlchKond. Va. .... \12 '..... 200..,.. ...1....
Patents can do nothing to protect lem tnt that when this farcenr retired .... ...... 168& !..... .L nehburr:, Va. ...... 40t ...... 840a ... .. ...... .
from Mr. Dice's be owed the ...... .... .. S35a.=01'! BfiOpI I ..... ..CharlotteiTllle." .... I 2T! ....... t&y...... ... .. Upper Len a Street A, FLORIDA.
either the honest patent lawyer or the company<< .. ... .. 842al J!::|H805a | 94np .. .... a. ...W hinjrton.,.. .. .. I1 ilea .... 43a ........ ...... -
manager |700. To Mr. RiM the condition ...... .... .". e t| .. _._Baltimore... to ..... 9 .. .: 1!f tIp ..... ... -- -- -
inventor, except in cases of the most WM not alone couiaal-M was alto ...... ...... 1025a 1t5Q ... ..ItilatlelphU.. ..... 7211a..SMp: ,.... .....
and then it must ..._ ... 1J53P IU'I'I', .. ..J wYorlt..... ...... '115 .... .,, 4JOJ.M'. .... ......
flagrant nature: come Lrksoia Ou raoming. when b, WM _.?_.. ....._.. 9 | ..... .Bo ton." ... ., sap' .... ..1 ..... ......
under his personal notice after an application frettfog under it. b. learned thAt the
IL L. :M: LEE.
had 0ecnred' first rate
has been filed in the Patent actor a engagement Also through Sleepers Tampa and New York. ,
t. but it is thought that a patent at a large salary. H! sat down a1 and 88 carry through 8epm between JackxonTille.aDd Tampa...New York.
Office; and letter Elegant Through Oar occbe Jack onvll s to Charlotte OD &o.. U ..d 16.
wrote an urgent finishing
bar to a proper extent under the jurisdiction with a demand for an immediate remittance Mattress Baker Upholsterer

F of the Commissioner!! of Patents of "A cheek for 700." In due CTh"Cn'"NA.TI-JACKSOYVILLE. It HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. ,

and the delusive circular mail containing a heavy metallic disk. i-w Chtcago Toledo I I--
solicitors C1eveland.i I IiNo.. No. 38
fi"- 31 I Detroit aLoutoTille o : 85.1| I
patent solicitors to either reform their The letter read: der Nanh-kG| iTllle ;; d eri Estimates Fural9i en Contracts & Buildings.
... .
"Ned and Indianscg Art >Q8ai
Youxs received. Find q PIntI.y..JaekIOD..Wt.
methods or get out of the business. In "Dear < xa apoll --g ItiA 9amLv ..... ....AtJuta..Ly f" m
a Jeb Work of All Kimls Dano.Oflce
Incloned. M ftqaeateid, check for 700. e I 4 I2.IOpmiLY.: ..... Birmingham.. ..LT SfiBpo730au Promptly .
either ciSe the inventors and the honest Tb metallic disk WM a G, B. A Q. t ..1pmL.JI.ll"fJJl..ge.: T2h.m112C1a
/ ...... TJc>&mLT..8t.: I8k..LY: 79 lpm and shop at resident Second Street, between Reid and Main,
mLy.JackIOl1Til1e.Ar/
would be llIO
patent lawyers gainers. railroad baggage check nambered'700.W'ew .. ... 26Opm..Y..CblcalO... .......LT740pm I 35pn
10671445p 915pmJAr.: .>; ereU .LT| IMam 900p .. .... ........
Speaking of the probability that one York Herald. { 2 so.m'Ar Macon..Lt1130pm! .Top LT. .Dubuque LT Oet14-Ra Pa1.atka, Fla.M .
-pm1055a' 70 or more Senators may be asked to join 7BCp 830amAr..Atlanta..Lv.... 130pm Tau 13 40pDlLT......Birmingham... ...Ar Ill! mChattaDooga.
lOOOpi 730amLT..Jltlanta; 1C:2bpm Ar,... .. ..Memphis.. .......LT 11301tm -
G+ttln* KM TOn rFla. U Ida
06pm ...
:Mr. McKinley'ft Cabinet a veteran Republican _4 lOajU_56pmAr| __ a20pmAr..KanaasCltt.) ........ -

Senator said: "Well every- the way to Richmond Sherman .... .. l/1Opm L.At1anta.... 130pm/ 70QaSlAp
paid bat slight attention to drew, tat ...... 7 Ofipm Ar Chattanooea.TlSamAr 7 4.1pm800pm Through Pullman Sleeper between Jackson'
body must judge for themselves but when ,be did the staff ka... acnacthingirae .....,, .CincicBau.. saopiKoe. and Cincinnati.A8HKVILLE.

,.........- the Senator who has been in office for going to happen. "Then ia going

r more than one term who is willing to !to be a fight today, mare," saU Colonel 36 and 85 carry through Jacksonville Pull ROUTE, ty ,

.. enter the Cabinet must either have Imdenreid of the ttatt one morning. and man Cincinnati.sleeper between Betweeujack.onvilleandCinctnnatL

"How tellr" asked a COB- .JackBonrille ....Ar tOOan
been blind to what went on under his can yon No. 38' connection carries el eper 11 6SOpmLT itym&:LT:::::::.,Sarannah.':::'....Ar 4 Ban

... .....
Coo.m Ar..Columbla. LTl26an104S
nose or imagine that he possesses the rade."Why.. miD, the general's over there Atlanta to Chattanooga mAr....... Rpartanburr ...... .L,.. SSOpir
ability to make his experience different the fire! clean collar. Passengers can remain at Chattanooga 124spm Ar..lIeDdel'llOD1'1l1e.L, SSIpn
on a
patting
>y 140pm Ar...... AsheTille... ....LT lispu413pmAr. !
from that of other men who Tbat day Cberawwith 40 cannon fell In sleeper until 7 a. m. ...._. Hot Spring*. ......LTl340j.ii

hue tried the same thing. Many Senators nto the bands of tbe army.Hamanocnmenta Close connections for Chicago and 725pm 4 2Sam Ar........ .KDO(1'1tle..t 1 8 Wan IAA y' J. J

have been persuaded Into Presi ) ill Wectcrr points 7 ham Ar.:::::.:::.lllnclnnatLL..AriieoopuiNee' ::::::::: : : ..


dent's Cabinets, but 1 don't believe pineal a....... .

there was ever a single one of them A French savant thinks that by the 13 Sand 1 Xo. 9 South and Nest norJd'a and Ne" and roe. Hand 7 Naa: 1*

who did not regret it. Senator Lodge rear 2000 a ipiritual chemistry will Da11y.Dilly.. Orle_.. DaU yLT Dally.S20pm.
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t of Massachusetts, whu has been mentioned haTe been discovered that should entire- '---- .........I-T 4SamLT.............Fernandina..3BAr ........ |;: +
he 11 change haman nature. This will Ugreatly 0)got ........ 907amI .............. CalUhan.5'0am' ......... ...." ..... .. 333pi -.m_ L
i._ as a cabinet possibility says : 9lopa> 915am1116km I.f......... ..J.cksoD1'Ule ... .., 750am !*?I'mlSDE3104&pmjll2eamAr :
leave the Senate for any ; doe to cbemiitry ntilialng the 10 15pm) G Siam: Ar.........>.... Baldwin .... .. .. ......L.9.S45amStarke 2">pm" .
would not heat of the ton and the central 5-co lISTpm ".. ... .... 5 Kam 1 Slpml min
in McKInley's gift. Lodge tapping S +'m 12 llamjll eoam "..:.....::......Wado.GalnoriUe.....::: .:,..::." i 440am lOfpnu 8l
l position heat of the globe. Under the reign of .... .... 125pm930pm "............. .... .... ..." ........[1130am d
: may not have a level head on everything bemiitry the earth, we are told will 0 o ..... .... "..............C'edarKey........ ... ."' ........|/ 715am
x"uDX tepm120am ............... Hawthorn .... ... .... ." 11IOau.11215l'm; ; (I
but on this subject he has. become a vat pleasure garden and the 1256ami32!, 124pm ............. Cltra ... .. ...." I Upm3l3imU45pmI, '11 104
life human race will live in peace and c OHpm ".............Stiversprings..... .. .." ..... ...,....... ,
There is nothing in official except s. bD'iTam 223pm ...... ... ........Ocala..... ..........." I, llfllaoipmJiOOfiam""
the Presidency, belter than a Senator. >lenty.Tbe'. .... .... "........ .....JlOID fI& 3.... ........ It .... ..I.. ...... nrsten nrstennd :
... ......... '
"
a4J 3 r'am j'iapni "........ ...Wildwood to76ftun 1
t ship first manufactory edged tools. se plD ".......... ._Lce.burg ........ ....... 10 35pm 932am :: q
oi-5 e 26m< 424pmSttpm: "..........."......TaTarcOrlando. ... .. .. ......" 9 4OJ.m 902am74.'iam ...
Senator Cullom, the gentleman who ncluding axe, hatchets. chisels and. 5 910am451am) "............... ......... ......" 706p : D ;;:
GJ C
utlery., was opened in Hartford in the .... 82Ovm: ".......... ..wlntert'ark..N 7 Mam c
a candidate for the Republican 0 ... .... ...." ie/ipa> :
was 22am
I. 4 because of a 'ear 1826. PrevIous to that date it is .2 N 430pm "..............La oocbe ...,.. .." It Itpm; oc..m i .. a !
Presidential nomination aid that coarse butcher knives and .:.. QJ *- 5 37am I, 44r pm647am "..............PadeCityllantClty....... ........ 9.3pmS42pm S44am-!;, Safety Comfort Quicklime ui Rates.
fancied facial resemblance to Abraham made black. '| S4lpm7B9am ".... .... ...... ............. T= 0
I muting knives were by rt 0 rt "Jpm ..... ... ...Tampa.............l' 730pm T 1 c.:1lC
and who has been "men- mitha, and tbe better quality cutlery C '_ .
I Lincoln t /- .... .... .... $ rinent Colklne and Scrrle. N. Traaifei Cctween JackvoailJl and Sew Tork.Tbeinet
:
tLlamL, ... ..... .... ,J.clIlODYme. lllami .
tioned" for the cabinet has set up as a ram imported from England. C SSOpm ... .... .... ." ..
._ ........ ..... LakeCitT. IMam 340pm1 U cotnpored of the foHowtn .a1lC'.ome New Steel Stamen:
.. !
financial oracle. lie said: "The Rtpabbcan oMl'!'. Shadmind What a wonderful u 5s Ul .mnUpm| ..............U.eOak......... ... 44t4m 1&s, >throiith !
100am! llSptn1 .. ... .... ......MadlMn...,........ .I.346am: 15a.al! s< a SEMIKOIE.;
will settle the silver inger that new soprano ill Of course, C.- MftnttceOo.. t :uDI.\ =!throiithI'o ]2QMANCHEnew), AieCKdl'tN, l IFCQUOIS, CHEFC.UE
party > rtJO bpi S3&po .:.:: :.: I : "..
heard her at the Cf'r11a't even- .............Tanahass t. > i Ilea. ;
question within the next four years to you ... .. .. .j I .tJOpa., : ...... .....Ql MJ. ...... ... ..- ,,1245am. .. THREE SAILINGS A WEEK from Jacksonville and New YOlk, Callleskt "-
ng. ____l '..... ... .. ..DiftI' JldlrtiM.d.Wan ..:: atuiMu >! .
.
When 315pM| .. : Chnrieaion both ,. For sailing dates consult Agents.CLYDE'S
the satisfaction of everybody. Mrs. FaDklaign-No; unfortunately TbrwBfch ITinman 00.ni'leevenJacksonville !' .. ... r4a'icda.... . 1Op- .9' eo- \Ira!
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asked how tbts wonderful settlement I WM not able to attend. New Orleana. ,' 7 30Aamo Sam :::.:::::' :: New Jlobih-Orteaaa .. .. ... :: !: 9 e'xml;! ::
was! to be brought about the oracle replied Mrs. Shadmind-Indeed! You haveo ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.

: "jMt what plan will be followed idea of what you misced. Why, she ---- (DE BARY LINE)
just electrocuted the audience.-Boston ereeptSetNay. 2C.ueneetrsaaatTamv for St. I'etcntarc.. MauiMe Rlrrr and Key *
I cannot but I feel sure it \\ans
say liaison MeajH rs. steamer "Jtanawwfor all points on llaaateo rier. At S'vke
lourier. atTmOaha. for St. Mar!... {"ar.heie! For .Sanford Enterprise
be Now fart that convincing for LaCnww. At Waldo'team r for MeJroM. CoMMet ,
will aM AJ:""'. .c.... Cnaaecu= at Hirer Junction for CaattahooO Birer ew mrra. tonovcu at
A'foe Not What Sbe Ezpert.d."Pear I
? 1-11. 00.la for Hoixvuaa.AU
-- years more, Mrs. Cronlj. and bf? .c win te checked from Untoa D *o(. Ttekett. will be soid at cite oit tlrket 1t ace, And Intermediate Pointson the St, Johnsti"
,0 Hogan a. cH.as well a. at tbe I'aioa Depot>> deaM oMo
4 Sffnl Bold. rou will bar your wooden wedding J. K N4x1-u; U,
Mid Mr friend. who wag calling. Ticket Acint. M ""'IIa1--, abet MCM.Jck.nTille. ria. : City ofCAPTAIN Jatal oiiVi1le
.
Siford.c !
Tb l' t Wovwnor N.IL PBS>rXGTOX..1'rd Haa>aer. A.O.JUcDOXTU Pu A t.SCHEIUL
had it
"I'm beginning to think I a
he!I Johns!' river, but for a "
II .,. Detroit Free ..
i
ago my W. \v.
A. SIIA
rear
.", a} excursion boat at Sat -
\ f .L
't I, .- purchast l bv liar- 1 _._.... j LeavtsJsekeohviliefrom! foot of IAaractr..el.Jt 30:; T r. (I'M'AYS !
il r TVKSVAYS ao<.i FRIDAY='I for Pla-atka. *..nf Ku"" a ..iIntenr
Hrunswi'ck, top'ee "RE'VOl..' TIBB5D I.I I
of ptv
: ," 'I" :date: LMt' 'II1. on hr- >f. .".>h: eve r.

.... '" IL" and r.., uau.r.na ..\,.1 the umr? This coodttiOD ia a .aic -OP.THE-- I I leaves Sarford !'s. m and hr f >rpriee t ::W a m. !1iirr! :!M A '\ >. u i P1i":";- .
I
.c.ivcred f.i 1 IV' h I:1"1.r w lAY!S.rd ritDAYs fvr Jatkiw.i.trille.;
<

.. .Lee be ,jni1 milrvirp.! .- ,, \netsl Beach & Miller Line. i ...nr l raxtenfrr aad Ticket Of flee, *8 ,t. E,n Hret-t, Ja k. ,' l'l.! I' r .

1 t ..kJ 'MJ; t :\, Mirror. j It mtv be if Ten will take a few bottles I A.. J. COLK. Geseral PM.e jcer AK. >nt. 1' M irt-'** ? i It.. ..... t s. .. "" ,t..
---- ---- If the great blood purifier Hood'strtapaiilla. 6lsfwitt.e keen. 't:1t T..rk 2t4jt' iBs"r. Ja'knaala,1aIL
Thousands write that. H. Cr.l. L ,j,. .I.. 3: no T.. IPW S..I .Yla. h't Art.. .
} .:u !>uy bitter nauseating cured them orthat Steamer Crescent.From S BowfleI Cr><>'. Sew Tork.; Tt f>"gsa't i. ..nTiBe Fla
has
CHILL ood's Sar panlla I D. D. C. )'1"K. G. J'. A.. J.A. LL8LJK. &tif"iat.r i.<.ni
; .< \ t d.ES T.\ 1'l.LES tired feeling by giving them rich ja Jacksonville 8:30 a. m:.,'Bandar?. Tnealays; and Fridays. t*80. I>..!.wareaTPhradeipfci 1IU. *.' IM >:<.,..,. aiilte.fU
.
Lemon Syrup.it ThhJ. G. i a. 6 JIvr1t.1I:Uteea New ti < :
Tc1x I < ;;i' < want us blood.: From Crescent City at 1:30 a. m.yifcnlay Wednesdays and Batur lays f
is authorized to refund act easi'y anti' prompton -
1 HOOD'S PILLS i-
"jr u. CLYDE 00.
WM. P. & .rts.
ht. .:i ever r case where it fails on the liver and bowels. Cure sick B. J. ADAMS, Agent :
moDe (r Whurf foot of Lemon Street. .
care. Pnc*, Oo ceuts.h heata! :ha j JS Sea Detaware AT* Philadelphia b'14.wUng G"f'a N TT lurk

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T :-A ?CEMBER 11 I 9B: . .


+ FEDERAL FOIST.Oorreipondffli couldn't make YL Crescent City Sotes.Corrtjipndence r ----- -
If
{ are we : some arrange.meat

n Times-Herald. Tuft's Pills about the boy." I I I TU&ec-HtraUL '
'
Nurse Gaughaa was ailent still and CRESCENT CITY Nov 30. Tabules.
FEDERAL POINT.December 7. Ripans
stared helplessly. Left Fruitland on time and arrived 1r _
'
Mr. R.'. dog was sick unto death, Cure All "I've watched an cared for him'up to I Crescent City,behind Nellie Black

when he got a pistol nnd killed the this point," continued Dennis in a low I t in the pleasant company of Rev. J. A. r Disease commonly eosn"*t on with slight symptom. which when .

poor beast. One of his friends berated Liver Ills. voice, "an I don't quite see that it's Ca&eil, with nothing to break the monotony negleeted iaarease In extent and RraJI1.\lI grog daaqproa
right for a stranger to come in an take '
him soundly for the deed "The but a few teams and
,Saying, passing:
all the work out of a xnaa'abanda, eepe- If you SUFFER FROM HEADACHE DYS-
dog's life waa dear to him that of' lowing cattle and pleasant homes. Take RIPANS TABULES
as as Secret of
Beauty dally such a mail a, me. for I'm a sort I II i PEP314 or INDIQESTIO, -
any living thing be was entitled 'r. cf father, mother an brother *o him. 11 I Why the o"*ngft trees will soon be if -Mjri-Mr
is fit j J- J :Jor
health
every moment of it; he bad the tight; is health.The secret wa by his father's body when the Pay- I I bearing again, with prospects for good have A DISORDERED LIVER. Take RIPANS TABULES

to hare the time die. cruelly'i I and assimilate than left him, an it was a shot from within five
to Why the power to digest I crop years. It goer CiMPLKXIOS H SILLIT.. .r ?..
rifle that down the RIPANS
brought man Take TABOLES
hasten the end that was so rapidly approaching of foo'd. I my Arriving at Crescent City at 11 dO, SCfTE attracts ante KlTl.m, -
a proper quanity i! who knifed him. That's the reason why
? It was a cruel, monstrous I I Boy Sladen trek to me even before the we at once entered the mammoth Or/Ct4ITI until ..<* ALL DIS02DIMOF
done when [I Take RIPANS TABDLESIf
be
This never .
deed." I can coloneL ar 'a why first and *".... grocery kept by Charlie Chamberlain, THE 8TOI1CH.

boon after the lecture the neighbor'swife I, the liver does not act it's part. ( most, I've a claim to bee to the wants filled with fresh groceries at "freeze" Tabules act gently bat promptly upon the-liver, stouTieh

called the man, saying "There is I an wishes of the boy. prices to suit all classes. Everything -I and: intestine; cleans the system effdittidly: ; care dy4p pda :ivM-l "

a dead chicken in the coop that I want I Doyou know this? Nurse Gaughan could not understand. you want ton bo had. Call and see teal earmipatioo; offensive breath and he1aeh Ores TABULK takenat

This speech was too great a puzzle for him when In town and will be the first indication Jigestloo, biliousness, dizziness,distress after
to bury. The went there to. abso- you
you man I Tutt's Liver Pills are an
her to unravel and the still kept sllf nee. of will and the
eating or depression spirits, surely quickly remove
get the chicken, when, behold, it had a'I i lute for sick headache dyspepsia. "That bein to," continued the order treated "white" by friend Simpson, whole
difficulty.
park of Ufe left in its body,and the I ly, "I think we ought to come to some who is always affable and ready to ex-
I Ripans Tabulea are prepared frJin a prescription widely used by
man wrung its neck and buried it according -, ,..? our stomach, malaria, arrangement" change fresh commodities for "free
Nurse Gaughan murmured "Certain- '{ the best physicians, and presence ia the form moat approved bv
silver.
to orders. torpid liver piles, _
constipation, modern
science.
ly, if you wish and Deuuis went away
Moral Its easier to preach than to There is a One opera house kept up -
:
fever biliousness If fair trial Tabalei iafsJUb
bilious contented. given a Rlpana are an car-- they contain
jaundice,
practice- This correspondent is a man stairs, for which he only charges a
economical
The arrangement that had been made nothing; injurious and are an remedy.
of truth; he never tells a lie unless he ; and kindred diseases. answered well and Boy Sladen.w atchtldInCf'Mantl1 nominal sum, for Flasher' amatner I

thinks it is a plausible one-one that! Tutt's Liver Pills and closely wanted for nothing. traveling minstrel and string band(h twill

be can stick to and not be detested But his stay on earth was limited, occupy the house for the coming ONE GIVES RELIEF.
and both None Gaughan and Private
winterseason. Come and them
without great effort. George Washington see ;
Dennis knew it To Nurse he -I
couldn't tell a lie anyhow but TIIEBOYOFTHEBANDBor became friendly and confidential Gaughan MS the they will ,give you enough fun to do A quarter gross box will be sent postage paid on receipt of 50

he could be mean enough to cut down,; week wore on, and his greatest pleasure you all summer. They have stars fro"n cents byHipans

that cherry tree and was smart enough: was to draw a picture of himself aa the the best troops extant.
Chemical Co.
Sladrn of the band lay ill of fever drum Hello "Skiler what
not to deny it, for there lay the tree major. ; are you doing ,
and George had the hatchet in and the hospital orderly, who bad "You know what the dram major is, here Buying, ehl I Charlie's quota-

his hand poor when the "old man" caught wide experience in these things had nurse?" "he asked one day. tions had done it, pulling out a roll"of 10 Spruce Street, New York, N. T.LocaldrngglstaeverywherewlUeupplytheTabuesifregnestedtodos .
colonel that he "mortalbad. "Yea replied Nurse Gaughan readily
told the was
him. It is stated that the mind of man forgetting for the moment Boy Sin crisp greenbacks; your scribe stood iii
cannot imagine an Impossibility; that "It's cow Tuesday, sir "said the den's ambition. aghast and retreated to a fine barrel of They are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save many Doctor's Bill
much if he the
"It'll be
see :
the most improbable, or at least seem- orderly. "Some day, none" continued BojBladen apples to refresh his spirits. Come up, C TZZr Z. ; .zTZTS T T_ SAS'

imaginings of the weeklhrough. "for I'm getting stronger now Bro. C, let us take a snack; we will be
ingly impossible 1 "He doesn't want for anything, doe ,
and I shall soon be able to get out o --
unloaded howitzer beforewe
of actual oc empty as an
"
human mind are capable .. he" asked the coloneL bed I shall march at the bead of our ,

currence. Therefore, it may be possible "Not anything in the way of luxuries as drum major. Then when I'm a mat reach your hospitable roof.

that fellow has lived, or intend and to Our next stop was at Will Brad- W. A. L5vingston'S
some or attention, air, said the orderly you'll see me go past, you'll say !

to lire, tbit will "never Jill a he" whose limb were sore with working for your husband and children for it'll be dock', who had a pen full of hogs for

-however improbable it I the boy. "He's mortal bad or he wouldn't some time yet 'See, that'a Boy Sladenof sale at cost for free silver. i I

I don't mean to Insinuate to the fc:&after pvttin sue aside for the sake of the band, that I nursed through a Arriving at the Christian home of IS HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN it
woman." fever! And I shall know what you say,
a 13. C. at 2 o'clock and dinner
been telling being on
has
reader that one !
any although I shan't be able to look. I'm
the
looked
The colonel curiously at
lies at this place, for there is absolutely orderly. "And why for the sake of a certain that if you're about I shall the table, SekoU forgot he had taken FURNITURE AND HOUSE.fURNISHING GOODS

so htttle going on here that there is woman?" be demanded. bucrw. any lunch at Charlie's,and the delicate

nothing to start a falsehood with. I "That's the strange part of it, air," "But." said Nurse Gaughan, "hadn't viands melted like mist before a morning Handsome Oak Chamber Suit, cheaper than has ever been add n FaalV&!
We have here this winter a goodly returned the orderly. "Ever since he you better" go to sleep Do try and rest sun. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware Glassware Lamps and Crockery at lowesi]

woke this rrorniu he's been askiu for a little. .
yomeu After dinner and a quiet smoke,
of the prettiest
number
very prices.In
,woman-talk in of how he's never known "I don't want to go to sleep, laid 1 BARGAINS In and everything want at aafl
there is :-i 'l 111 1rh and Nellie mack Hawk beDghltthed; fact, you will find any you ,
and ffirb
yiadeu. "Why the men'11 be
Boy
: tae love of one, an bow he thick be'ddie parading and all times. >
It U nXfc".i, : unusual <'D (llt: ca- easier if he could have a young '11DI aooo. Even if I went to Bleep I to a light turnout, we hied ourselves Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed. I

I soars should wake aa soon as I heard tat home, Master Harry opening the ga.e
Sins for tome u!1. : .a I an a pretty 'nn by his aide to see him up "

like thi'*' "The wn(':, ,less cfL If Boy Sladen'11 talk like that, air, band play and the tramp of the feet for us to enter. SKKOTS. Corner Lemon and Third. Streets
be* In a bad way." I'll go to kp when they've left bar- ,
.
them. Cares Kidney and Bladder Troubles!
racks. That'll be two hcrart Won'tyou
'Did be really nay that? sated: the yet
Severa! years a;' and to bit ? Thousands of Desk and Iron SafesFOR !
C iloncL try go sleep a nurse sash cases have been Nice Roller Top Cherry an

took let,t in oj ra'' 'The words I've told yon are the Yen look so tired and worn out Do cured by the use of Botanic Blood BARGAINThoroughly

about to leave Ne>l I, words he need, sir," Mid the orderly. try or I'll feel I'm a nuisance. Balw("' li. B.") If you doubt it, eall SALE AT A

passengers were '. "Then be shall have one," said theLoolonel "Nurses mustn't sleep on duty," said or send to the Company whose advertiBment -
and he strode to the orderly None Gaughan, "but I'll sit; in the
tutu ia this
eaU among and
,
appears paper
telephoned to the Norses' institution chair, if that will please you.
ladies all ripped ou poom they for a one-cent stamp, gems yoa a
"
I and in the tone that he adopted "Well do that, then said Boy Sla book of wonderful cares not only of
leathers, as o ih l ; "f( urh .eu' irhon ordering good!' from the town he den.Nurse the above diseases, but of all mannerof Saloona:

know how to d >, \\'! u. ... scat e desired the matron to send tt the barracks Gaughan, weary with watch. ailments arising from Im pure blood.It The little Putnam

nu old CUBS fully cex, \ 1 I II'I l, at core a young and pretty nurse ing, felt a drowsiness steal over her that Is the standard remedy of the age

commenced to jab his elbow into1 n for Boy Sladen of the band. Within an' he could not conquer. She glancedmore for the cure of all blood and skin and
I than at her but he liseaseaSold by all druggists. v -- w
once charge ; w
hide after another i>f the beauties hour a gentle nurse, wearing a neat
as one
made no sign of wanting her help and ----_.-
tbarl""See I black cloak and a dainty bonnet, passedthe Refurnished and Equipped
came in, t'xclaiming'Look ,
when she last looked his
wintry on the main guard on her way eyes were Rust Proof eed Oats.RUST
that will you\ until he began u> I to the hospital. The sentry stared a closed, and he teemed to be asleep. Nosound .

think he was over doing: the occasion, moment at the apparition then stood broke the silence, and Nurse -WITE-

I suppose, when he explained his enthusiasm bolt upright, and feeling that so unusual Gaughan also closed her eye and slum PROOF San OATS. 1,00) .
Bn&h,ls of Leon County (Florida
by remarking that "It didn't" shouldered spectacle arms called for unusual honor he bered.Boy Sladen's deep was short and raised Burt or Ninety-day Rust Proof) All the Latest and Moat Improved Bar :Fixtures*

look at 'em anyhow,
Jo any hurt to troubled. His delirium Oats for eale. Price 73: cents bushel .
Nurse Uanghan stepped softly to was returning, per
tip Stock of
A Assorted
and I guess it didn't. It's an old fraying and when he woke he started in bed Finely
the bed In which Boy Sladen lay and up (33 pounds), pat up in good new

that there is no fool so great as an old put her cool hand on hi* forehead. The and looked wildly about Nurse Gangh sacks delivered at the depot In Tallahassee \Mass Whiskies Beer DwestlJ Ail lajirtei Cfrs. Tables Eta, Eis.TFr. .
,
which would anllly to thisman's an slept on, and Boy Sladen, hearing
f ro1 l. apply heavy eyelid were raised, and Boy Sla Prompt shipment made and
his folly consisted In den looked with dull) astonishment at her the shuffling of feet oot.idtcast; the
CAW; vet satisfaction guaranteed. Cash must
O : S ZEROS'- .
B KBie B.
bedclothes silently from him and crept .. ,
hUt speech and not his thought. If face."Who ate mpany all orders. Call on or address -
?" be asked in feeble noiselessly to the window. He saw the
he had held his tongue it would have voice. are yon a men falling in, and a mad idea. seized II. T. FKLKKI Tallahassee, Fa! Lemon Street -. '_ PalatJca, J .

been all right, as I was fully as much "I'm Nurse Gangban,"she answered. him. He glanced at the nurse, who .

.- "f7 resit utie-wai;as :vrlio wouMn't ;'But go to sleep again. You mustn't slumbered still; then crept softly past Notice ror Fuollcaiion.LAXD

-. be? I know it U stated when a fellow talk. The more you keep quiet the her, and aa soon aa he wall outside ran Omcx AT OArrtavn.Lx FLA., iNorember

tjoes to ills b".J.hat be gambled, sooner you'll get welL"Doy swiftly toward the battalion. lIe was XTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN 23.tHAT 1119 TIlE j We Send it FREE MARVELOUS KESULTS.

drank liquor and associated with bad''' Sladen laughed a curious little coming.iu rear of the men, and no one saw him hI.L>intention fullowing to named make settler final proof bas Sited in support notice of of From a letter written by Rev. J.

women which may be all true enough:; laugh. his claim and that said proof will be made be- Ganderman: of DimonJale, Mich., we
The drum in demeanor
"Get well?" be echond. "Not this major, pompous fore Clerk Circuit Court at PaUtka, fla, on
and just as likely as not the women journey. The doctor's given me up-I and rigid in the wealth of gold and JANUARY 9. 1897, --TO-- are permitted to make this extract

helped him in his downfall; but when heard him tell Dennis, the orderly, that scarlet that a generous people gave him, yb: Warren H tollow..,of Grandin, Fl..ill h. "I have no hesitation in recommending -
we come to l look the world all over, we : it was all up with the lad. He thought bad taken up his post at the head of the 21,731. for then of. DW'"and w>4 of DC''*,See. Young and Old, New
l.Tp. S.S.R.25E.He Dr. Discovery the
King's as
,
baud. The staff, with the great silver
: I bat I wasn't Has th colonel
must confess that the influence of our was ailefp names the following witnesses to preyshis
I sent for !" orncmeut at the head of it, was grace continuous residence upon and cult>t&tae .resn1tf were almost marvelous in the
women for good is also paramount to yon fully balanced against his tunic and of,said land Til: Oscar L. trtcktand-- of ..o- Rejoice with us In the Disc nry.
Nurse Ganghan nodded. niah. Fla.,Jobn O. Strickland of Etonian.Fla.; case of my wife. While I was pastor
almost all other influences. The sweet "Iiin't he good?" asked the boy. "It's the drum major Was pulling on his James If :Vallett. Jr.. of Etonian, Fla., H.T. of the Baptist Church at Rives June- ,'
that rocks the infant's white gloves just a shade more, for the Jojntr of Etonian, IU.
little mother a11' a apse I said I wanted a woman to J. M. BARCU, Lion she was brought down with pneumonia \

cradle and sings the lullaby that putsit be oear me. There aren't many colonels: women were watching from the ate married no27- w Register.POULTRY When a man has suffered for years succeeding La Gnppe. Terrible .

to sleep; that gives her time and who would do the same are there?" quarters. Suddenly the was with a weakness that blights his life paroxyisms of coughing would last

almost! her own soul f to the care of her Nurse Gaaghan shook her head Her wrenched away, and looking in stupid and robs him of all that rea'ly!} makes hours with little inters option, and it
knowledge of colonels was limited and amazement for the cause he saw Boy life worth living if he can avail him seemed as if she could not survive
litile ones, doing it all in the privacy of Sladen beside him. clad onlyin ,
standing them. A friend recommended Dr.King's .
she would han acquiesced if the boy self of a cot pie te cure. why not possess
the home that the world does not enter; had said they were all fiends his nightdress bareheaded and bare I the moral evurafe to stop his New Discovery; it was quick -

is laying the foundation for all the "There, bOW you must go to sleep, footed. PURE BRED STOCK. downward course. in its work and highly satisfactory in
f A wild light was shining in Boy Sla I results." Trial bottles free at Acker-
greatest and grandest deeds that humanity I or.I m sure the colonel will be angry, No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep
she said abe believe to smooth den's eyes. He planted the staff firmlyon BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. man & Stewart'. Drag Store. Regular
ever saw. She is training up made tion. If we could not core we would
the ground at arm's length, then size 50c and Sl.OO.
of a pillow. BROWN and WHITE LEGHORNS not send our medicine FREE to try,
and women that shall step out ,
men:
head he bad
twirled it round his
I "Then I'll try," said Bey Sladen, and as seen and pay when eatlfkd, Write today, Notice to Travelers.If .
that little home to take their places of he closed bis eyes. the drum major twirlit, and before anyone EGGS tor Hatcnmg $1 per 13i; three .'8 this may not appear again.WEAK .
honorable action among their fellowmen I mantelpiece had time to speak he cried, "Strikeup you contemplate a trip to any
Some flowers were on the settings, S2UX); five settings, $".
while she remain In the home and on a little table near the bed, the 'March of Gordon', Own He point North, East, West, or to any

unknown and unheard of. We all while on the wall, facing Boy Sladen, stepped cot gravely as the drum majordid Fowls shipped at single ezprets tale* isiL Florida point, for reliable information

know her, though, and if we fail to was a colored picture of a gorgeous and turned the staff rhythmically -A.LSO-- through rates and most convenient
drummer whom host of and in graceful circles:: in the air. DEDICATED FISH We will send mail ABSOLUTELY
her into the great world's boy upon a you by the
drag name schedules, write to undersigned
crowd He was humming the tune as he FUEK in the ,
and
phantomlike eyes from supposed llEATjMEAL plain package,
strife, vet within our hearts lays the were gazing in stony admiration. This marched, when Nurse Gaughan, startled MICA CRYSTAL GRIT Auu-PowiEFTl im. I10FF1IAN'SVITAL who will answer all letters promptly,

love the confidence, the honor and and terrified ran across the parade toward LET; and informa
\vas the work of Private Dennis, and he RESTORATIVE TA ;: give you any necessary
respect for the JUlie mother, and no thought of all at he leaned against the him. She seized the staff, and Write.for prices to with a legal guarantee to permanentlycure

wonder that we admire those that are married quarter and gazed. dreamily at heedless alike of its magnificence and C. BAILLIE, LOST MANHOOD, SKIT-ABCSE, tion.The routes offered via the Plant System /
the stony horror of the drum major,
to Ui! similar place m the the ooepitaL AddressWESTERN MEDICINE CO, and excellent
coming up nol Interlachen Fla. the equipment service -
flung it to the ground, and putting her I
I The heart of the hospital orderly was I
world's great work. Yes, 4Qod ble # .TED. KALAMAZCO, MlCM. *'-4, by line.
tt.a.withIn him as he gazed. lie hadbeen arms around Boy Sladen she lifted hi, lI11CO" 1 are unrarpas any
the women." Some may be tw.d. bat dethroned bin charge' had been I little, waited form and bore it into the Through Sleepers are operated on all I

the great majority are moN than taken from him aDd the boy was |o die hospital Notice to Home-Seekers Application for Discharge. trains of this System, insnrin? +1Uory,

worthy of our greater care and ourgre.telt while inthehand.ofstrangers. Dennis The colon el', quick eye had caught MONTHS AFTER DATE. I WILL rJUL :- I comfort and ev rv convenience.
F. It I Boy Sladen'a worda "I t's the last favor SIX Anal aeewnM and voucher (o the
love. J. flowers wen in the hospital. was the most desirable mall my Address it. 1. Toot>
of ,
he'll ever need." he mattered: and he One County Jwta< of l'otoatnC.ieq. Florida,
.. Dennis affection which had prompted uk be from the adoiiatotnk -
-- and to d&cbarged Division Passenger A-: ,:.
the idea of the gorgeous rammer andDennis' repeated the command. places tn Putnam county is offered at $ >a of UM Estate of Mnhal1 @etglerr deceased. ..
An Important )f.'i The drum were beaten bravely the w.D. S EIGLER., Ja :-tsoiuill' Fla: ,r (
scanty funds that bad bought I a very low price. Jul) 11, A. l>, late Administrator.b C. HOWAEIJ,
To properly fill its office and functions cymbals clashed melodiously, and the ,
the prink For further particulars, address L <., Faaaeager 4"- nt, J*< k-,,
it is important that the blood be Dennis sighed for a friendship as reed and brass made martial music as !
the battalion crunched the gravel of the Box N, Paiatka, Fla. 'tH'Q FOR EiTnnnTbN 8li
j'ure. >t I hell it is m Mien a condition, strong as it was trance had grown op LE remedy being lu- A Rattlesnake in the Hose.
between him and the toy. Th marling : parade to the"March of Gordon Own. ===_-'- Jecletl directly t. tae 1 1ty
i I'I. !body Ii utmost certain to be healihv. wish of the Jad was to become a drum 1 An hour later Boy Sladen of the band "eat *f tb_e diseases Last Friday, when IT.-, aDd

\ oa:)laiut, at this! time it catarrh in maser and wield the splendid staff of was dead. But be was satisfied. He had 1-: iIl n Li aeftheGe.itoEritiryOrgansrequires us Ileeedict, who own a winter homOak

'''re of iarioa forms. A sl'vfatI cffiee, and the great ambition of the realized his ambition.-Strand ilagaEnglUh !J; W ella ce of diet. Car Wla, moved into their home, t
this disease in the bei.i.ro K.ara.teei la 1 to i
I tk-v! -.o.\" aine. '
for nonccmmis- discovered in of the if|
into private was to qualify day..tsnnallplainparkby one :grooms, i
;',nncs of corropuoo paiog stoned rank. And .o they helped each for them- **. nail, Sl.OO .
crevice, what they supposed to be j
'i.ng baug on coommpUon. The all he knew of mil. radish IOtahbor_ get them, l.linutthem. V U 4io E._ only 1/y a I
Dennis
,.tjlT wi y a cure this disease i% to pnriti other, telling shown ina They are the nat, but close iovestigationj: i'
itary duty and Boy Sladcn) instructing pigheadedness was For tale by ACKEBMAX tot STEW ART. 1
at.atidttl geed.
blood. Tire mat eb tinie seesf lid
j every nest" be
\ e with which be had recent block of 30 boars on the Grand "rats to a genuine live ra t
the medicinal Dennis ia subject wber: sown by the
:
'atarm'ield to
powers
Junction canal Northamptonshire, i'alatka Fla. make about two feet in length.
to if fie wished to get -
of Hood'a Sattapanl'a, M if trymt.ic. be familiar promotion. i.zc planters in the world.
becaute it repcee* the the captain oftwo barges arming at a be'or>oo pl.nt aOvqnar tot His snakeship was quickly db{ "
< f-jmplv .4 .cr rtttdl or -SO ftcm, sbcstldbFear' I
you
and The stepped softly back into fiaaU lock from opposite directions each before damage was done. '
orderly .
-, : d: i todsoase. by poriiyin ad Aaaiar for'e6.3'tr PINE TAR SYRUP any
,ic a ibt l'l'! url i, removes the the hospital-M softly that NnGaaghaa insisting on going; through first Over n ont lmehth DOOi: fxtatat I

,'. i. \ &3f,
l this but tt oe renewed vtcor patient, did cot bear him, and f be SB r "f the n n gave way by order cf the .DI. FERRY at C0. Peek's drug store corner Second and fi through the city today en route

'I >I" wuole system, making it possiole td when she turned and f_ c'ai ,.. -fetor cf his boat Detroit,Jireh. Conference at Tallahassee! '

f ,. :(ood health to reign supreme. ."I've ocas back," b*>re P nnus I itrecu.
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THE Tlr ES. HERALD. < DECEMBER 11 to'. 1896. .,. '

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I I < The fence along D. Ringham's prop. .
up16I
THE TIMES- ERALE 1895.: That cotton-the longest Lemon street, is receiving a I i
I variety-has more than paid a profit! :"NDWWILLING city, on A Suf f

PUBLISHED FRIDA.YS.1H under proper care, we know to be an I TO LIVE1"The coat of whitewash. i

I Mrs Wm. M. Hanhton is expected
L -, established fact That the lumber "Every season

TiM-ni/C CO. Publishers mill, turpentine and logging: lines have from Baltimore about December 15th, was two years old

I' expanded more than ever in the history Her friends will be glad to see hei r fully from

Ol'ncBz I a Dunn's BoikliBg, Front Street of our county. again growing worse

next to Poet Office. These facts are sufficient to convince dell KM Now York Morehant Our thanks are due Mrs.J.U.Johns. so almost that useless.they

the most skeptical stranger that lone for a nice lot of apples presents
( of my fingers are
our county is advancing only naturally tolls Tuesday afternoon.R .
P ALA TKA. FLA., DEO. 11, 18)6.
| fast, considering its manifold advantages David Hirsch Finds Hualth inPaitfs L Purnell. of New fort, is pleasantly

from soil, location and climatic located at the Kimball. Mr. Pur

BTJBSCMTIOX HATE -One Tear, **">. Six conditions, coupled with the well of Mr. M. M,
nell school mate
was a
25 Cent
Month,
noatba. 60 Centa. Three known and progressive! spirit
BaUcnptiooi due In advance. energy Vickers.

-- alwa>s shown by our home people. Celery COll1Ollll. Deputy Sheriff J C Hagan left foi I

r
TO ORANGE West Putnam to-day on official bust I .,
OF IMi'ORTAXCE creased appetite and furnishes the .
Feudal SoieJdee. With the return of cool weather hostsof force to, enable the body to ness. He went to summons a jury foi ;: A, '
UROWECS. nervous
Statistical tables yield curious In- men and women who relied on their convert the food into solid flesh and the Criminal Court. '. '" 'P' : ta
'
formation to the careful student For ,,,: E
During& the early) part of this montha instance, they show that over onethirdof summer vacation to make them strong blood. Kirby !street between Kirkland auo
Of all the that medical skill Ayers
to the who kill themselves and wtll came home still tired, with means f dn"t
case of great importance the women are has ever discovered for recruiting the Laurel, is receiving a layer saw that I have had
orange growers and shipper of Florida not yet 25 years of age. They show that poor appetites and depressed by the exhausted energy of the worn-out sys This will be a great improvement disease for
more
was argnedbefore the Supreme Court, women take poison, where men shoot thought of the months of hard work tern, Paine's celery compound is far in the heavy sand. <. The first bottle

that ol themselves, and they show that. the ahead. advanced. The pallid face, the pinched
of tho United States. It was The Times-Herald office h spot and
front of the a
poor, sick and the infirm are not by Their overwrought nerves and bodies features the growing thinness and the
the S. F. & W. Railway Company any kind of reckoning in the majority. than nerveless movements that tell the storyof being improved by a coat of paint. perfected the

against the Florida Fruit Exchange I A physician who makes a study of attempted to-day demand something more a badly impoverished nerves and When we get our sign completed w('. Wautoma Wis.

involving a considerable sum of money. suicide said this: mere rest. Their blood needs to be brain-all these forebodings of approaching like Ilastus we sing about, will be'hot

The sum of money alluded to was accumulated "Get a girl past 25, and she'll go swept of impurities and the entire disease disappear with the stuff."

the railroad companynamed through poverty, sickness and desertionand nervous organization reinforced and profound nourishing that Paine's cel-
by misery enough to kill ten men. ery compound always provides throughout -
built up by a genuine invigorator be- TRAINED NURSE I.
on
through excessive charges The more people suffer the more they the body even to the minutest
oranges Shipped over their line. The cling to life. I've seen it in hospitals. fore good appetite will wait on die.-I i nerve filaments and blood capillaries. BEST OF REFERENCES. THE:
.
wisdom of the Fruit Exchange wa!I It is not the patient with the incurable tion and health on both. David Hirsch, the well-known Broadway '

demonstrated when they engaged diseases or the hopeless cripples who The bracing weather of November merchant New York City, writesas Apply to any physician in i'alatka,

plainly Hon. C. M. Cooper to represenl, beg to die, but the young, strong, vital with debilitating summer past and the follows to Wells Richardson Paine's &; Co. 1,.. MISS M. CROME. AYZB'S PILLS
who hates and doe.n't'Want of winter not arrived "I am advocating celery
woman, pain seventy yet is Terms reas"nable.oe2Slm .
the orange growers in the matter before best for the compound among my many friends, because very
to suffer it, even for the chanceof the very time recruiting
the Interstate Commerce Com and rid of disease. it has done me so much good in
getting well It is a strange thing, strength getting
mission.: The case subsequently came I this getting of a girl past 25. but not Contrast the healthy, wrll nourished avery short space of time. I have been Clarence Greenwod, one of Welaka's Another One
for from
indigestionand
up In the Unite States Circuit Courtat uncommon. Any physician with a large appearance of persons who have taken suffering all us consequent years ills, sleeplessness leading merchants, was in the city U- The following tel
Paine's with their former
compound
Jacksonville, and resulted in a victory family practice will tell yon of a dozen bloodless nerveless condition! included. I bad lost about 30 poundsin day. self:
drowsy
,
for the orange growers. The railroad cases Sometimes in his it own It called circle pyromania.of knowledge.sometimes Men and women getting along in years weight,and was getting weaker and Henry Hartwigg, of Jacksonville, MACON GA., Dee
then carried it to the, find a remarkable increase in vigor more nervous every day. I teas unableto Palatka Fla. I
the :
company sometimes Edward Weston
kleptomania catalepsy stand exertions of any kind, and I representing tea
United States Circuit Court of Appeal!I sometimes hysteria, sometimes feigning and mind a from brighter the,use more of this cheerful great remedy.state of used conveyances for very short die- and coffee Co., is in the city. Pullman's finest

at New Orleans, where another victory and sometimes tantrums-it's all Don't mope along and submit to indigestion tance. Mr. H. Wettstein, of .Marensro, 111., between Palatka
"
for the achieved. The the earn thing-nothing else to do. After two bottles of Paine's December
growers was liver disorder, continued taking found that Ajer's Pills, taken when mencing
case has now been carried to the court Another physician told of a girl who headaches or rheumatism. Paine's celery compound I feel in every respect the first of la Palatka thoroughly
committed suicide and who left a noW better cheerful and symptoms grippe appear,
will make more
olbe celery compound you strong: ,
of last resort the Supreme Court troogeri ter resort this
,
that aha prevent further of the disease
stating that her reason was and keep you so. Its nourishing, willing to will certainly never progress
( United States, and argument haying was tired of doing the same things over health-making virtues have been so forget the effects of Paine's celery and he has yet to find the first case you soon. G. A.

been made that tribunal has takenit and over every day. The monotony of carefully considered, and so exactly compound upon my system, and 1 where these pills did not cure the General

under consideration. In the light ol life bad become unbearable to her.- fitted to the needs of the tired exhausted wish to state that I am now past G8 malady. Every dose was effective' Palatka is to be

past victories, it is fair to assume thai Philadelphia Times. body, that its work does not have to years of age. I have traveled most allover !
be done after it. It Cures heart palpitation the world, and now I feel 1 can If not proud through sleeper
we of
this appeal on the part of the railroad Dropping Ball Through the Earth. and heart weakness, feeds the keep on doing it and also! enjor it." our reputa history jfc the
wit result in a final triumphfor Paine's ) compound ha doneas Lion and good name, then the BUCKSKIN efforts B be :
company 0. H. of East St. Louis asks theo nervous oganism so sleep becomes nat- celery ..,
the orange growers, securing t I following curious question, "If it were ural and refreshing, promotes |an in- much for thousands of others. BREACHES!: might be less than I ,

them lower freight rates in future and possible to bore a hole a foot or more in the best. But we take a personal! Why at are

rebates ol large sums already excesively diameter entirely through the earth, interest In the wear of each pair of : or tad I be

charged.Mr. and to then start a 100 pound ball to i -- -- LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS breeches-lake a pride in having all I the 10 jd !
falling through this 8.000 miles of hold HATS OFF TO GENTLEMEN.What excel
Cooper has conducted this case I Remaining i: the Pott-Office at Pa- oar friends say that every claim we I

in a masterly way, coupled with great at what to point this we would will it say stop that? weight In answer I Did th. Girls Memo bj Their R.- latka, Fia., for the week ending Dec. make is honest, every stitch is honest,

energy and perseverance; in fact, a in the sense to which our correspondent: I snarka In tb. me..tol'TTber 11, 189G: every button on to stay, every seam !
I
prominent gentleman, who was pres- alludes is the measure of attraction of entered the elevator together. ORNT8' LIST. perfectly sewed. Thai's our best.
dressed alike.
said that he had gravitation or, in other words it is They were They wore Thomas II Dell Edgar F
the ,
eot at argument, Raynall,
unlike sack
felt hats and coats, not the What the Shakers of Mount Lrban
the measure of force with which bodyis
a Windsor
C JonesA 2
been present "at all the argument coats worn by men, which, open in Hotzgaog, .. I
attracted to the earth. This attractiveforce Knibles, G C KnupfV b on know more about than
made in the Supreme Court of the I front, disclosed waistcoats. A turndown anvbody Kiel pay
decreases both ways from the I Lee, Henry Maiteon, Matt else,ii of herbs and how be
throat of each to healthy
collar around the
United States on the Interstate Commerce earth's rarfaoe. Therefore if a ball I was Morris, A Oliver, L R, 6 '
Act including those made by should be started on the tour outlined with small black neckties. They didn't Rogers, W J Turner, Morgan They have studied the power of food red. W.Caamben'r

ex.ScnatorEdmondl, of Vermont, and in your query its weight would decrease wear trousers or even bloomers, but Wilson, J If. They nearly all live to a ripe old) age.

the to a certain extent with every yard of their skirts were close fitting, and everyman LADIW' LIST. The Digestive Cordial is prepared by
that Mr. was
argument
Cooper's
in the elevator knew instinctively
the iU flight (or fall), until finally, upon Admon Florence Boyd, Sarah J the Shakers from herbs and plants The Cheap for
ablest ever made in that court on that they were coveting the coverings
reaching the center of the earth it
Bradley Lemmie Douglas txmdaceGanden with a special tonic power
the
over
for their limbo.
act and for the requirement of reason- would have which they had They
no weight whatever. Thiscarious
wore their hair cut short S A Harrington, E E stomach. lIe will sell you
able freight rates. state of affairs would be brought When they entered the men simply Lee, Nelson B :Mayo Victoria It helps the stomach digest its food in need of in the line i '

So, aside from making us a most about by the gradual lessening by the stand at them. No one ventured to remove Marshall, Carrie McCoy, Molly and digested food is the strength- Dry Goods
excellent representative in Congress, force of attraction, or gravitation until Moore M M be)more. Mary maker. It the lowest figure. '
his hat in accordance with the
the center of the globe would have been Steward Lavinia Ware, Flora; Strong muscles gina Orchestra while
)fro Cooper always finds time to defend time honored custom which providesthat strong body strong order fil.ed.:
reached, at which point the ball wouldbe yonr
Persons calling for the above letter brain, all come from properly digeatec
his when oppresssion in that way men should show their Mease '
people held in suspension, as though fixed will please "ADVERTISED.. ." food. my
forces them into the courts. But this In other deference to the members of the opposite Industry. Your
by numerous magnetic points. A sick stomach can be cured and digestion
W. P. ANDEBSOX, P. M. << preciated.
is only one of the many splendid victories words, at the center of the earth the sex Perhaps they were too surprised at : -...- made easy by ShaLer Digestive

that he his achieved for the phenomenon of weight is entirely want. the apparition. Perhaps they thought It is often a mystery how a cod: has Cordial.
ing.-St. Louis Republic. that the women, being unusually strong It the loss PUT1
cures nausea of
been The however appetite,
people of Florida! minded would be vexed instead of "caught" fact Is, pain in the stomach, headache
giddi-
MakingAll. .. pleaded at the mark of politeness to a that when the blood is :'poor and the ness, weakness and all the other, symptoms -

PUTXJLM COUSTY. "Confound the boy" be exclaimed as woman. There are such women, it is system depressed, one becomes peculiarly of indigestion, certainly and per REAL -

be opened one of the letter the postman said, although very few persons haw liable to diseases. When the manently.Sold )

Having an abundance of rich hum had brought and spilled half his ever seen any of them. appetite or the strength fails, Ayers by drDg'g sts. Trial bottle 10
Whatever have been
laock hinds both low and high as wellas coffee might passing cents "
,
should
Sarsaparilla be taken without Have JOG property to
through the men's minds in the few
"What is the matter, dear Look out I
of rolling pine we feel confident 1fi without delay. Are
acres
,
You will spoil the tablecloth." remarked seconds which the journey from top to delay. Seeds, Seeds, Seeds I chaser If M> write us
what
<< from the statistics showing bottom required, they were awakened
the wife of his bosom.
,
UJANTED-FAITHFUL IIEN OR WOMEN land Grove farming
they have produced in the past, in saying "Tablecloth be hanged. It's that boy from their reveries when one of the to travel for re.pon,lb>established house Just received a full line of .LA. City Iota and residential

that no portion of Florida offers .II"What young women exclaimed in a loud in permanei florid t. Salary Ret ren S760<'e.< and Enclose expenses.self-addressedraropftd Position DRETH'S CELEBRATED UARDEN eoHectlonii. Bnainese :

greater advantages to the prospective! has he been doing I am sur voice: envelope. The National Star Insor SEEDS. E. S. NECK, dt'II ta.
ace Bide Chicago"
he's getting along finely lie writes "Joan why don't you take off your
home-seeker and well as capitalist < me Grocer, Lemcn Street W. COLE
that be is on the eleven.) hat Don't you see that we are in the
seeking valuable investment for idle "That's all very well but here I presence of gentlemen?" The World's Fair Tes'"' Office' in ..-

funds than Putnam county. have a bill from his tailor and I only That remark served to Clue everyman showed no baking you d< One Good'Delivery Front street'

The eastern portion of it has the advantage paid one last week." in the car to turn red and whit
of water transportation with I "Bat look at the nice set he is in." by turns. Every man's hand went instinctively so pyre or so great In le:!! Wagon and Horse for

the cities and markets east and north i "Ye, but why the mischief doesn't to his ,hat, but all but one calfa power as the Royal.

be economize Doesn't the young rascal were quickly stopped. The exception sale cheap. ConSBI D.
and cheaper rates than rail, through
removed his hat and WM evidently embarrassed
know the value of
mOI1eyf'"Bat
; Purify blood with
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
its county seat, railroad center and Tom is so young dear. You because he had unconsciouslytaken FOR SALE OR RENT. your -
which will
give
an
growing metropolis, Palalka. ought to make allowances for .II"Allowanoesl the hint you appetite

The western po Jon of our connty For heaven's sake! I Bat he took his revenge. In an ordinary ,tone your stomach and strengthen for !>
tone of voice he remarked to an- Three II ye-room house Satsuma,three remedy
han been making allowances your nervesB
enough
through having' the best rail facilitiesand other minute walk from depot with fire 1 thousands of hopeless
quick transportation is developingboth for him and I'll stop allowance this man: places,cheap. Apply quick. II Hagan and Walter, the son of I permanently! cured. So
month," he cried. he left the break- "It is so hard nowadays to tell menfrom of its power that I
in wealth and productiveness, fait room to go to the office.-Chicago women that 1 am not surprised .t Also choice lands and orange groves at Sheriff Hagan, left at 6:30 yesterday! und two bottles free to

beyond the most sanguine expectations Times-Herald. Heir mistake nor at ours." bargains to Suit the time. evening for Hampton to visit relatives. who have Coe n

Some scathing retort might have been Lung- Trouble if they
of our citizens.It It is econemy buy seasoned Pine
made but just thfn the elevator] stomped J. P. APPLEBY express and postoffice
only needs a trip through all portions Geo. Robinson[e having made a and every m!1 rushed from the an 1 oak in preference to wet and sappy 'T. A. ttOCUM.)f.C,
of old Putnam to convince one of stuff. Try it and see. Phone 20. tfTh. Editorial ud 11
handsome eight-foot sign, which he ear whether it was his floor or not.- BOX 4, RIDGEWOOD, FLORIDA. Uu*ftgut Uun t..Uii
the energy, public spirit and progressof will place in front of his establishment Chicago Ti -H ra1d. no 17 BAILET ROBCINS. The U. S.

our rural population. At every turn G W Williams, of Jacksonville, is doing
Tb Breaded Gena. The Nurseries George Booker Miss Booker and the snow Royal
of the eye improvements are seen Old the work. Folly ,
At the British &l8OCiation'Dr. Ean- .,
groves, orchards and trucking lands, thack who speaks with great authorityon Misses Shields of Old Point Comfort, ----rt, f .
04M t'HEH' nq t Palatka Heights, Fia. Va., are pleasantly located at Mrs. E.
after
which for a while were neglected the subject, read a paper on "Bao-
the bUzzord of 1895, are being Im n teria In J'ood.II in which pointed out M. Haughlon's.. Mr. Booker is post AFTER :

proved replanted and the acreage en (Cramps, 11 Croup, that ODe might swallow any amount of TREES GROWN' ON HIGH PIXEJLAXD master of Old Point Comfort.O.A.STOn.IA.. .I sometimes liars.
i Coughs micro-organisms with food without any and trained to takes.. AD Buds on Sour Stocks Of friend I lost la
larged. Everywhere we see new barns, C IJ c, Injury. Milk ordinarily contains about Tanperlnea Grape Fruit. ... And still the q e !

fences, homes, etc. t Tooth. tt million germs perc centimeter, in Jaffa. Maltese Blood. Ruhr.Hart's fte,... II.If "Wbea I am gone .

What do all ,these signs portend? Colds, ache, sandwiches they are too numerous to Late. Tanoa.. Brown, man. I doubt U other
Majorca Michael: and Heikosaaaa.
They mean that our people have but tt count oysters teem with them, and inch tocka.buds X%to alt feet high.swats That Or enD mm wish were to f

just begun to realize the immense Diarrhoea, t ices from a fashionable confectioner'swere each; f200 per 1.000. "Tbe first NEW DRIED FRUITSof To leavv a never

value of their land and the climaticconditions found to contain from 10,000,000 lye Inch stock,bud*>%to ft%feet high i5eents When thou bat run
Dysentery, to 1ft,000 000 or considerably more each; 13)0 per 1.000. the season are offered for sale by Thou wilt not ")
which are ours. It signifiesthat than the much abused Italian Itreetnuder' These price*include packing and delivery Wand
Nor will
i sad ad i men eome
Bowel railroad* steamboats lal lka.Addtea WALTER THOMAS.
the past two years have demonstrated A Complaints.A wnee. There is not the least *, W. C. HARGROVE. Prop. To view: thin .

as nothing eke could have ; Sure. Safe. Quick Core for Bw doubt in the world that we eat, drink auZI-tf Lock Box%l.1"a1atka.Fia. PINE TAR SYRUPQnicklv Thy poor remain ,...

done, that our lands are by no means these troubles isJ and breathr any quantity of germs Thy spirit win be
w without suffering in the smallest degree cores Coughs and Cold Although it I.sot
reMri! v> the growing of citrus and day by day unless the germ happen FOR SALE, ek's! Drug Store corner Second and A llHton or a ,
other: fruits. What do statistic Lemon street
county
to be of a particular sort audio Tnt net thyself bet
of the past two yean show? That we J an. fj"e meet with a suitable soil AU the Forty Acres LowPine: 'AnEfIEVEJLL FAITHITL HDOKIt If an u.. good that
ROME i'travel for Hay be to dace
aubnsbed
can produce tobacco in abundance, *-i wv "f *. "scientific" fuss about the necessity of ntlpoIUojple -
Seed
house ID Florid& Salary t7sO! payable ever know thy
rsj>kiu:>r with! the Cuban leaf. That I It is the trusted friend of the ; boiling this and sterilizing that in orderto Land.Six ,U weekly and expeiuee. Position permanent.
kill the germ. is a piece ct unscientific (rfrmce, End s+e self addressed stamped en &thankful if bet
11"0 i-ai grow both the lew and highland 'r Mechanic, Farmer Planter 3 babble founded velope. The National,Star Building,Chicago.'EKJIYROYAL Shall feel for thee t
upon a set! of thev acres under cultivation situated
ret in abundance. We can Sailor and in fact all classes. ; Ere it can -y, "We
great S er
retie assumptions which take no aooount about two miles south of West Toooi, tlkb.nleh F..n.b M.fle...< Of knowing what it
i product' an equal tonnage ef sugar, $ Used Internally or externally. $ of actual everyday facts. Of course the on the Su Johns River. Improvements
PILLS One
both from the cane and beet, of any ? Beware imitations. Take tJ bacteriologisU not admit th/ir mistake comprise two comfortab houses, cnb .. Leer loving an thou bert .

n of our l:pion. That the straw- none bat the genuine without a struggle and Dr. Kanthftck and other houses; 23 held of cattle 20 ..o..i.r.r... .a.,. e.y ae..w,..... Should seem to>>
met with deal of criticism. head hog!', 34 head of chickens one dt J-M DMt And end forever
try cu''uro! it mammothOrtlonl DAVIS." Sold Af a good ; w.t t.I:.e rr a wua. la t
assuming everywhere. ..
Y Nevertheless be is right and one of ox, cart and fanning implements. .tlensMr.wr Tat..
that the of truck e-4 Newts.,. ..... .,. One faithful heart
; acreage 25c. and 50c. bottles. j I these days eVery one will be saying the Term, $600 rash. Apply to or address 5*" aeaatr are 4Sa see la which to leave a
quadrupled through trucking the lame thln-8s. James-Gattette..i H. A. GUSTAFSOX. V. -R. f f.. Lie, To bloeaom in a

?9, whica was little done prior to o,.. .. Oot, --- oc2-3m St. Augustine, Fia. And beer a fruit
s.aer nrte.w -C J.Bodena la
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THE TIMES-HERALD, DECEMBER 1 1. 1896;..

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THE TIMESHERALD.PALATKA t Mr. Crandall, of the stock firm oi REPORT OF LICENSES

|r Moore & Crandall, Nashville:, Tenu.,

IaYtEu is r.11Y. .... .... .1RIDAI: is in town arranging for an auction sale

of hones on Wednesday, December i Issued by the Tax Collector of Putnam County, duplicates of which have been .


FLA., DEC. 11, issc.AH ICth.recommended These, gentlemen having sold come about well] : filed with the County Judge for the.Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 1895, amending I' .M SEE


thirty-five cars in the state since Sep- September 00, 1896: I It9C

avertMiig bit s r*>eoen due pro ran tember. They buy their stock in Kentucky .
.Tt-j month Bpretai a Missouri and Illinois and handle !! 'Naxa.Oocvrarror. D4T 5TAT& eo
Ail I: ernittaDi., ki. uld be made by expre**, U6. &baDDU 8roe...?._.........J1ercbaDt Oct.1,18911.to Oct.1.1596 13 00 my'l
m TT oni.r or rewfetored letter. nothing but well broke, serviceable .121. B. W. Bray_._ .........._._. do do do. I 00 THAT THE '
is sold exactly) 128. Ml.jPgieT.JODes__............. do do do' .00
THE TIMER- > COMPACT.FlLACTa. stock. Every horse Just 129. Charles Kelly........... _.... do do d0 .00
StIX as be is and must work to suit the' 10. Tinder 11& JWwlt7..._........ do do do 100 .60
N I
FUHHDA. 131. H. b. Gore...... .... ............. do J&DoII do 2 xS 113
buyer before being paid for. No risk 132. W. )1. Naughton..Iantraace Oct. 1. 1836 do .... 21.1t3 FACSIMILESIGNATURE -
; W. i1.&roenburg..taaett.t do do 1000 61"J3j.
WISE AND OTHERWISE. to run in buying-for stock must be as )1. k. IU'1aD.... .................)urebaD t Jan. I. 189S do 125 1 13.

represented or no sale. This is your :: }::t Ste.N Dena......::::=::=.::'::: :: tkt.1.du iris do do = of so 1 1 ::: 1 1'tt4daa ;eFlCparatiaaicrds- '

Paragraph P,rt*lnlng to r.!*lks) P 4n chance to buy a horse at your own 117. D. A.. DUDh&m .... ......._._ do Jan.1.189C do 125 113III.
C. L. Monroe ........ .... .... .... do do do 2 25: I 13 slmilating t tfaeFcedfndRcgulating -
ecIT PresentWEDNESDi nce. Don't forget the day and date 13. NDDer&0 HaJ...... ............. do do do 225 113 the Staaacfci .- J I'owels' cfOptim -OF-
16th. 140. Fxbtbitli,....... ......__.... .....EJbibltfoD: do do 6 00 2 aV'
Y Wednesday December Man H. Burroughl....__.._Mereban rebell896 do 100 I 00It2. .
Itatwl.k MW w .... ........ do OcC.I,18% do .00 1 60
Bntterick Patterns at BOND'S.A 143. Tb.... Murray_._............. .... do do do 300 160I It Al'romoIe9
In Lore's Tip E.H.I'adpeU.; ... ........_........ do do do .00 160'Its.
in front ? lcLall&l 15701........_........ du do do 18 00 1 00 'GGt11CgS
new sign; has been paced )rr. Ernest White and Miss Anna ,146. U. J. Rttea ...................... do do do 600 .00 .
of Cochrane'e. united .41. tocbrane Book Store.....__. 40 do do .00 3 WI" '
Taylor, bain.of lhi cut|were in l'-.Ruero ............___ do do do .00 .110 %!f
James Greenwood a prominent citizen the bonds of matrimony Thursday 14:1.: Ued:m&D. t 0.Q................. do do do 15 00 1MI IS ON THEWRAPPER ;
holy Mr. L.Fry..... ................ Opera Hone do do 20 80 10 4l '
of bisco.; was in town tq-day. evening at the residence of N. J. Tilgh 161. B. M. Huthtgs...._.......... ,..Merchant do do 100 1110
162. De Van Builea.............._ do do do 100 ltOJ.
Mrs. Fostea, of Welaka, was a JrUe.st 1 u3, P. Wall _._................. do do._ do 100 1 de
man.The 154: Benj. E. Morgan................Lawyer Feb. 1, 189& dol 1000 6001M.
of Mrs. Geo. E. Welch Yesterday. marriage was a general surprise Ceo.I. Fox ...................Menhant Oct I, JS1)5 do .00 1. .far
the friend and relatives of both of 150, II. K. ttaU. ....... ........ .Ve.tin do do 1000 6 III) .
Miss A'da Ennii, after a pleasant to 14. L.J. Stokes........... .... ......Herebane d. d.. a 00 1 110
has returned. the contracting panics so quietly had 156. Ira. L. B. Beek.... ......... ... do do do 100 1 ISO
visit! to Jacksonville, 149. val.Gas L. F. ............_.) n do do $000 25 OO OF EVERYBOTTLE ,
ol the affair been kept. People had conjectured 163. T.JLS.anIOD..MeralWlt Feb.. 1, 1896 Go I T5 MIGL _

Mr. and Mrs. Jo'eph Hogan, such thing happen )1. SoJDo-.ba...._............ ...... dD do do 176 8It Ii I jyr.t
that a might -r.r.: .
1 lm do 15 6J .
Palatka. er Co Oct. ,
Gainesville, are visiting in at some future time but were :: ':= A Co =:::: : :::::: 1aut do do 13 50 1 : I1mrJ<
of han Mateo was apleasant 164. D.E. I"t&O'C k. .... ...... .. ..... do do do 300 1 6 ,
John S. Crosby, wholly unprepared for the news that 165. E. L.Green.y ........ ...._... tle lar.l.l8M do a at a tApcxfcctRemcdy
visitor at this office to day.A 166. H.KenrID_ ..................IJTefJ oct. lsie do 1000 b OO -
was sprung on them BO suddenly last 1G1.1LU.HaetJDg..1Ienhant do do 100 1110

holiday sign adorn 168. .1. D.CotunaDam............'.. do Apr. I. 1895 do 1 GO 75 iS
new canvass evening. I .1. K. Leyman ................... d. do do 1110 lion.Sour Sto '
the front of Chas. E. Rowton'a store. Tbe wedding was a quiet one, only 110. F. U. lWers........... ........... do Oct.1. 1896 do 1 eo 1550 WorasConvutsk>torConstipaCASTO RIA
171. W. Browning................ .... do Apr.I.I do 1110 76 i
Depressions in the rear of Public about one dozen friends and relatives 171 C.A.KDOW.WD.................. do' Oct.a 1716 do 600 3 00 iicss and Loss I
113. M.-J. Hernra ...... .. ........... do Apr. 1.1896 00 11\0 'II
School No. 1 are being filled with sand being present 11. R. O. Burton ......._.............insurance do do lZ1l .1
arrived Cbaw. .1..ImIoD _.............lerehant do do 150 176ITS. TacSimfle Signature of
8 For Fall and Winter Gardeui Promptly at 8:30 the couple A1ei ) ........... ............ do do 1000 100
NECK at Rev. N. J. T1 hman'. and Mr.Ti'gbman 111. Co.L FllUltDger".............t1ercbanC Oct. t,1896 do .00 10011S.
buv your SEEDS from E S. A. Stewart........._............. do May 1.1595 do 125! 41111"J. YORIC. Cutorla U pat in ans-sis tottks enlr. It .:
street A new stock made the twain one in a very Lo..eU& Day.... ......,_...... do do do 125 63Is VIEW tp
Grocer Lemon ,. P.J.heck. ......................Reltaurant do do sod 164 it Mt sold In bulk. Dont allow UJSBS to tel
receimd. Impressive manner. After the ceremony 181. A. R. Kelly ............._........)lerebaD do do 12S p yw aaytUa els ca the plea or prosiss' teat ftIs 1
just and the hearty congratulations 182. J. T. Rooers.: ....... .... ......._. do Oc&1, 1896 do 100 1110 I e 4. "jut u pood" ud "via answer .r.eyje*.
E Colviu of "Lakeside' near 1113. .L ...................... Jan.L rte do 167 Wl't. l ().RJ-A.
J and good wishes of those present, the A. Jackson............ .... ......J1erdlaat do do 1 00 60Las. -- peNS U-See that JW r' Rl-9.2' a
Francis came to Palatka on business to II: D. Alexander ...... .......... do OCt. 1. 188& do 1 tIO 11101jI. hoe
happy ooopk left for their future homeon : J. W. Holly........................ do "1111.1. 1896 ClO 1 00 110 The sa os
187. Jack Mssou........_..... ..... do do do 100 as UUct.coPYoWRAPPeR. =na _
day.n Water street, 187. French C Jut .IS96 J lljaitar! : cG net
A Hodges, of Satsuma nights, was and Mrs. White l A. Geo G Smltb Cycle...o. '::::::::::::::: :: do1 :: i: 31 of. wnp..

attended the We'wwh Mr. a long, ..... ......... .. do do O .-
in town last night and happy and prosperous life. 91 ad.jion.. ........_.... ...... do cg.l.1896 do 110 21 ....,. I--'i", "!II Ut;
192. Wm. Cane..._............_.Hotel Jan.'. 18i6 do 'J.IW:4:)
opera. Gay Broe .................... ...J1ereh&at Oc& I,Ie do n 00 160 .
1't
and wife of Louisville Received His Comm'sslon.Monday's : .
Frank Conway 11. A. It. Lownda................... do Oct. I.1896,to Oct.1,1891 3 00 150
are in town for a short time, mail brought to WalterM. Z. J. W.VOmbl..................... do do do 100 lit
Ky, a. E. O. Inckett. ................ do dO do .00 II.t. .
and are ai 'Pping at the Kimball. .' Davis his mansion as Captain ofto'O'winy 111011. M array................ .... dtJ do du I 00 I 50
6. I). Ringbam.............. ._.Llq... do do 1500 80 a0 N '
lrr '..1 ( !!"drr' 1 ; 0. Fourth Battalion, Florida .. Geo.W 1Jer&CO..l1ti1dl&Dt do do 300 160 .
I'. .1n ji. ; I
W
Mrs. 7. Mtaa Kate Lucaa................. do do do a 00 1110 LVATJuvoIyI1-
this on a \ :- It. 1 111- SUi Troops.Areompanying 8. C'haa.lupperIM1lcJa..Reatanrant: do do 1500 7110
left morning ,, I the commlsion was a 9. 1'. D. Hernia........ ............Liquors 40 do 500 OO 260 alo.
ily of J. I' Ande '' &I r I M.R. Ryan.... ..................Merchant do do .00 16t
I rsonal letter from Major I. E. Web- 11. M.J.Mu hy............. .. ....IJ4If1lurt do do 110000 25000
Croshy "f to, 12. Thos.Ray do do
Miss May 1tP -:1': Irom which we are permitted to 13. J, C. Ras ;::::::: ::: ::::::: :: d. old :: :: : : =
came to the city no a sT L, L.Stanfy .Mertltant: a 110
.1 inn\ sentence: t 11.Loeb dr :::::::::.:::::::::Llgson :: :: 500 :: 280 00 /

day. Her friends wejK. 1"< mitt me to congratulate you on 16. 11.Lot..,4(;0....................)lerehaDt do do 3 00 160 The leading liniment of the age, rapidly cures ]
: 11. )1. Loeb.... ...................... do do do 11 00 '1101tI.
Hates is m 'vu LI\'inl! the command of the crack J.C.R.laiJe&'e.... ............ do do do 300 109I' Rheumatism, Neuralgia and all pains. For Cuts,
Oh.o.hout.eb.oid I .1. C. Raabe 11& 00.......... ...., ...1t41@ards do de 110 00 2 tqa0.
Norwalk, I-r :,">\ of the Fourth Battalion, and .1. F. TenDY .u SoD ..._........Merchant do do It 00 4 eo'II. Sores Burns, Sprains and Bruises It is invaluable. /
goods are 2. S.. do do ds .80 15L
:' :ula State Troops. :: R. K. Shaw..................... do do de a 00 1.. SALVATION OIL should be in every house, it costs

wharf. / :: O.Andrew. ht/ki; ,,, ::.:::.:..:..::::. do do : : 3: 1 : only 25 cents. Insist on getting it. Take no.other.

During tbe cot,V' : 10 eti. (U fi&i l on't go off to buy Carpets, Mat r5. A.. )1. I"adzett .................... do de t0 a 80 110Db. _
:! J. H. ca111el t SoD............. do do do 100 I .0 thew UNSE'S PLUGS.Tile Great Tobacco AntldoU.10*.OtOtn or,"1oA.C..."m A C.Bino..Ml
Endeavor Mrs. Ortenaming ). E Wt.ttat: 'I .eu t.ug, Hugs, Oil Cloths and Home 2'7. H. S. Uore...._..... ...... ... do do de 3 00 1.

Miss Bessie Gaile, of J.:. k Furnishing Goods. BoND has thestock f: 11 S, (lore : :: ::- : :: 1 :
: Gen R. ritii. :.::::::::::::::: 60lo.

sonville. II at the right price, and can save j };. 8.1 dtar................_ do do do .00 150ii. .
F. So (lbne..... ................. do do .do 300 160r2. Florida Raised Seed
Joseph H. Mr Knight, a prominent yon the rrei ht.I iltckenlooper.: : Bro........_._ do do M 3 00 110a
I I w. A. H'ood... .................... dG do do zoo I COM. Successfulgrowers $2.50 bu.
business man of Newburg, Vt., arrived Come to the Horse Sale Wednesday F. K. Reeder....__............ dill do do a 00 131) I Rye, per
will a. H. w. ai.oo_.................... do dOl do 300 1101
in town this moiuiug.:: He prob- December ICth and buy a Saddle 1. W. A..oberu do do 3 I !0n. Celebrated Florida
: : Jack Mason ,.::::::::::::: :::.:.: do : do a :: 1 soIs. i .
ably remain several days.It Horse, Harness Horse or Work Horse, W. O. Llrttgston ............... dtD do dta 3 00 1(0
J N Wilkie will works W. E.J.Acber.................._... do do do 90) 4 of fruits berries Raised White Seed
is rumored that at your own price. See that he 41). John A. CermoDd ........ ....... do do do a 00 150d. ,
the second story of the building he suit before for him. H. O. HafllIDjtS.................. do do dG .00 160 and all kinds of vegetables bushel.Write
Rye $3
to pay ,
you
use you rt. C'. roo Chamberlain .............. do do do I 00 3 00U per .
proposes erect as an opera boo6 MOORE & CRAXDALU tileTOW1llend.'" ............ do do do a 00 1 60d. know that the largest yields and
T. O. Ilouaer... ................ do do do .00 300A x. LKHARDY.IIawth
The building wiU be planned with that Bell .t Son ...................... 410 do do .00 1110 best quality are produced by to C. .
Rev. N" J. Tilghman will occupy the .A. J'101atka Water Tank..Managers dct dOl 110 00 a 00 Fl
intention.Uarrv church ... J. E. Marshall .... .. ....._._.Lawyer do. ch 11)00 500 the liberal use of fertilizers Do201mMiss 'rn,
efficient City pulpit at the Methodist next 49. Ed Kummer ...................,1lercitant do dO 200 1110M.
Cooper, the Sunday evening at which lime he will Tim lddletoD .............. do do do 100 1110Ill. containing at least 10% of
.. .. .. ..........
.r. J ahD J. W. oundy ..._ do do do 300 156
is ref urneu fix? .: t 1....... .:"' .., f: .,.. _.... do do do .00 I MI
d liver a special sermon to the O b: .... \ ... r" tt. 'If "... KATE lUC
[trip to Tennessee. While the trip was So A.. R. Ke'le'..................... do do .100 00 I 11'1/'I'' ActuaLEotash.Without

c r short duration be looks better F Hows. 61 :::::::::::: :::: :: ..I 'I

M C A. Bart...... .................. do do do a 00 1 SO '
forth "ttt.uger- j Aon"TS WANTED Macintosh, 67. C. L.Grterison.... .... .... ...... do do do 1 00 100 the liberal of Potash .I1'LL Iii i.' .i.
68. J.Tbos. Roger ........ ... ... do do do a 00 ... 1 60 use
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Tit hmani It Rubber and Oil Clothing, Belting, Fin 611. GOT. Peek... ............ ....... do do do 300 1 MSCO soils it is .-
of their fifth house In 60. E.J. Smith..................... do do do 1M on sandy impos -
honor of the anniversay and other Hose,etc. Largest 61.1.f'Jer.... ...... ...._..... do do do 6 00 460 sible fruits berries and And Goods.
of married life tendered a reunion the line. Free samples. Protected 62. J. R. Dunn ?__..._. .......... do do do 00 300 to grow Fancy
year 63. M. Griff-.n....................... do do do. 1: 00 760 of that will
dinner to-day at their elegant home territory. Cash come Factory P. U tt. ilerrr Grocery Co.............. do do do 9 M 4 60 vegetables a quality
63.: W. A. Merrydar.........-__... do do do 900 460 command the best Hat in stock an elegant and divert
in the West End. 1371. New York. 66. C.J. Romero... ........ ... ..... do do do 1 00 460 prices.
C7. 8.J.Kennerly ............_ do do do 900 4 60 AQ about Pouik-*& mulu ef a BM Vr soul experiment fled line of ail goods pertaining to
Mrs. M. B'.ocher tell the readers oi Go to BOND'S for 68. Gay Broe ........ ................ do do do 1300 T60 oa th. best farm fat the United Scato-it the Millinery Business.A .
..... ........... do do do 300 160
sale 69. W.H. Mann Bttk book which we nibluh ud win et l41y SPECIALTY Fun assortment of
the Times-Herald what she baa for 70. B. C.Lnnlnr b; Co........ ..... do do do 300 1 50 :.1c:I* (arms in Amcncm who will; writs Le aGERMAN : -
the best milliner Misses' and Chil 71. b. E. Wood ... ................... do do do 900 4 CO! any KALI WORKS STAMPELT LINEN tWliti and KMBilOIDERIED -
Her line comprises your 72. O. J. G rmt.................... do do do 300 150 NMMU S4..New York.A SILKS.
and fancy goods obtainable, and Wf 75. K. 8. Neck............_._........ do do do 300 1 50 U '
dren's Shoes. 74. M. t..au ben....... ............ do do do 300 1110 Experienced Northern 1 ntnmt i inchnrce +
suggest that our lady readers give her 75. W.C. Snow .. ................. do do do 6 00 SCO o Trimming Department nol
t. -- 76. Walter Thomas.................. do do do 900 460
a trial order. Her goods are sure tc 77. Hatry Stewart. do do do 900 460
Sew 'Phones Arrived. 78. U a0.SmlTh :::::::::::::::::: to do do 300 160 CATECHISM.

please. The for the Palatki ':to Ackerman&Stewart-_...... .0( do do ZOO COO
Attention is directed to the advertisement new 'phones 80. C<<.hI'ane'.Bcok 5\0".......... do do do 6 00 300 What bend m.nb L6sraes to fa STTfc '
Telephone Company have arrived, and 81. \Viu.lfeU...............__.,..... do do do 300 150 Ut'Tci-.
of I Jacobson, in another col S3. W. A. CHhonn..... ............ do do do 500 260 While ladies ride with er-..'\, :u .e.+,
in very short time, as soon as arrange n. J. T. I'tllfams....__..... ....... do doM do 3UO 160 The lkyew.
umn. Mr. JACObson has been so longin will hay J.H.Stran'e.................... do do do 300 1110 .
Dftpti'.linn.
be made Palatka < And what makes &
bents can do do do 3 00 1 50
and is well established 85. A.J. HeJroldl.-
business here, BO first-class service. .. T.Y. Hinkt .......... ......... do do do 9 00 400 From sudden spill> toeot.sYield .
that comment upon his reliability a 87. W. H. KoMnburg.............. JlcnUft do do 1000 ft 00 her Hm v. .I b s m.o, --
Hurrah for tbe telephone company, IS. r. W. hr&lb ..................Merctuint do. do 3 00 1 60 n. blq'de.
etc.,is unncessary. Give him a call 89. H.A. Hastings ....... .......... do do do 300 164
Palatka and the whole business. 90. Ewing: Yates ................. do do do 6 00 a 00 What makes ..lIau..1a wen .o,1. o vTb.
and see the bargains-actual bargains- 61. It.O. Morton .............. .... Insurance do do .. .. 1 50 .t4t-'ok.
he has to offer. '.* KeMb&MiUer ............ .Merchant do do 900 450 'l'Ul1h.e&B bay tits ..:._. _.a.pst
8X 8Uaa do do do 6 00 a 00 1
... .. do do do 300 1 60 The Meye'
Samuel Parker ol M.J. U. >efl ___
Mr. and Mrs. SO. Southern Expresso............. do do 50(0 ZOO What makes a 4-' suss'1 "WI.
Island came down on the Poor 96. Southern Ezpre.Oo.... ........ do do 10 00 500 Turned sad r.tiir jnl h : : v
Drayton 97. 8oatb rBExpreMCo............ do. do 1000 500 Of haak. tisaolv a':'' r. tio.o + A
Eu'alia this morning. They attended W. C. H. FTWUJO................ ....Merchant do do 900 4 50 TM thole., .
Mr. and 99. Tbo Htod. ........ ............ do do do 2 00 1 60J60
the anniversary dinner of 100. )Ir.&. K.Labren_............Intonnc do do .... What plays th.Uevc vntb TaaV MrsJw, I
Mrs. High- Blood 100W. DeWtrn PnUen ..... ......Merchant do do 300 150 T.b cyoJe.na .
)lrl. John Q. Tilghman. 10L 8. W.Watson ... ................ do do do 300 160 ,'. the ",5501 ei" tts.et.1 .
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs 102. BohADDon Br. ........_..,.,,.... do man 103. H. T. V ttrUB ........ ......... do do 0 00 300 WIIJ"What MAID.
make the cirrtaz bwUd.r aiavkt A MASTERLESS
lawyer do do 1000 500
Parker railroad bridge When a horse is poor in flesh, 1H.106. K.B. P.1.Calhoun COM ...::::::::::::::::::: do do do 1000 BOO ebeapeiu eob and BBS unl hack. -
The vicinity of the harness won't give him 106. U.I4. do do dodo 1000 B *> Vhile the finaacirn bourn and crook' A isaatert..o maid with lay heart balDY keep
blocked with wale a new 107. K. W. larls .V--___::::: do do 100 500 .Tb bicycl U*. j
wa, again so thickly If a. house is cold 108. W. M. Dmrto ...... .............. do do do 1000 BOO I waixl.r the world and II wander again,

hyacinths that navigation was almost strap won't warm it. 109. 8.J. HtlIbvD.-. do d. do do do do 10 1000 00 B 500 00 What turns the scholar to a donoT With f1vln_ my pert on where others knew

impossible. The Crescent was considerably If strength is easily ex Ut W.HetryMruni H.Wlgg.:.:::::...:::::::::: do do do 10 00 BOO The bicyel weeping
the your 112. J. D.Black weU.................. do do do 1000 BCS Us rides (b*need to ctuJjone*) And mirth for my soabok where ethers reed
delayed in getting through hausted work a burden; 113. I. L. rureeu ................ ... do do do 10 00 BOO TJae biqe1ol. 1 pala.
about the draw. weak 114. B nJ. K. Morcmn.......__.... do do do 1000 BOOM why... Decrotio nonU shut f
great mass nerves ; digestion poor; I
And minor pwU all uncut With sect speedtaffoarwardasbeetotheeloTter.Ood's
submitted I. COD Co. Judge.
R. J. Riles, the leading jeweler hat muscles soft ; if you arc pale Nov. 10, 1896. Respectfully And...efJtb1D; iM"'gl. ied but world la Its faira.. lab bt rtbgitt tome

a display ad. in this issue, a perusal oi and: worn out, the trouble is r Tb btcjekf-84. James Gazette.A Twlzt me, and the sa.sht.. the eyes of met

which feel sure will interest our with the blood. It is not so'' I Ion, a
we much IMPURE blood sPOOR & K. W. Trains Charlie Thigpen spent last night AH soft tones ...aM.,. I lanrh and go tree f
J. T.
readers. His goods, as usual, are first Carlfle AM' ilote.
Pills won't down the river. There must be some hUN steel the .i tt 4 the eom-
blood. Adwa purple o
In'
class and of the latest style, and an inspection I A Scotch viiitor to the Carlyloa
GOING S VTU. there.Right tag.Bat .
attraction
make this blood rich nor will much itruck with the
of the stock is invited.E ; Chejn row WM 'fIW art tay 55ooitLa whet 'hat. f'ltare
bitters, nor iron tonics, anymore Train 23 arrives Palatka 9:50'x. m.; soundproof room which the sage bad Mfbe.The '
S Buzbee! of East Palatka, cam< than a new harness will dailj. contrived: for himself in the atti<% lighted Iat k': fcy born autb-tr. the v..rv. bee s i /
leaves 9:55 a. m.
over to-day Mr. Dupe, it will tx give strength to the hone, or a'rrivw 12:20 in Sight from tbe top, and where no sight or' S.aad Itne.-niag....nter. than lev word or lore song I
Palatka
of the partta Train 21 p. mv sound from outside could peneirat
remembered, was one new furniture will make a Sure ShownWell tome.Tetesinetlme.Ilisper..
Saving
one lea"e*J12.25 p. ui. daily. I "1(1 cert*, this i* fine." cried tbe old
imprisoned in the water hyacinths house warm. For poor blood ". ,! hack US.elDtaDC &
end our General Cats friend, with unconscious areacm. /
you
day last week. -He relate an interesting want something that will AILING M>imt. And watt for lh ya.- ''I' you and Buyers Guide if and all the '
logue write study
"Here
you ye may Aa4 sU: when I tifhr .." ; l ortr soft r.rtg }
experience make rich blood.SCOTT'S T 4?n 32 arrives Paialka: 5:00. m.:;; send us 15 cents in stamps. Thai rut of your life and no bureau beingbe inAnd < t \

EMULSION of i I leaves 6:05. m. rays part postage or expressage, and one bit the wiser." Ho&aebold worider.swha.] f -, v frte a be sweet, r r'

Select your Misses'' Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos-g Train 78 arrive Palatka. 56 p. m.; keeps a Dictionary off idlers.It's .; of Honest Vainest Word I Yet soiatt-ees come wantine. -neheckod aoUMkidoVn / ,

is the best remedy in the I I I I .
phites leaves 5:15 p. m. Fun of important Information no XVIII of Francs iron! ',
I LouIs w&c sally I When sold fails G"d anligM athwart tf
and Boys' SCHOOL world for enriching the blood.7charcprcparcdabooku2i9gyoa. rhaina 21 and :r.! carry Pullman matter where roe buy. 700 Pages I styled by ton bject..I the Deaired. He I pale grass.
\ ; u. oo Castrations: tell of jojaoc i And down la the dau. I knee' me face b)
forced them by the allied
SHOES from BOND'Slarge more about the subject. Sent Free. r! Steeper! articles and right price of each. One wu upon den.

ForakbyaIldrusrkisat50c.Ua.SCOTT ) I Cd.l9TOT!T A profit only between maker and met armies And bill the kind earth U: footstep* I

Fall Stock just & BOVkTJE, )wYorfc. fttbto -- b. Get it.MONTGOMERY. The name "barleycorn," In long pass -t.c. a !peetaWa
t WARD & CO.,
from tbe cf this
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: THE TIMES-HERALD. DECEMBER 1 i I. I8tte' ,

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OF LOCAL IWTZHSST.MONDAY. ZIJLISA TilL Putnam Hall Itemsand Observations. BLUNDERS OF SPEAKERS. Who Can MeasureThe

Why don't more of bur young men

SXITIIVILLE, FLA., Dec. 5. take to farming? They miss the most OffoilsiveCtarrh. A. Well Known Or rW Point Oat BOOM Influence of the mother I It

A P VTUlard of High Springs is In Cbrrcspondence Times-nenM. enjoyable occupation that the world Hamorou lc t nc *. shapes the course of unborn gen

town. What world of meaning$ the little affords. Mr. Joseph Malins himself a well erations-goes sounding through

known public speaker gives The Wom- I all coming and enters the
ages
word "confidence"
Dr. Hurry Welch, of Welaka, came contains. When these nice three days rains an's Signal some amusing instance of
confines of Eternity.
to town to-day.. Whenever we hear one say: &II'll come they can paddle around in the the humors of publio speaking;; It ia.h .

arrived by the confidence him," we know he trusts mud and take care of hones, cows, think., a lack of fluency that causes With what care therefore
A handsome piano should the Expectant Mother beguarded
fr.loL .
blunder. )
and believes in someone. the speaker so often to
hogs etc. the odor of the barnyard Is
City of Jacksonville last night It was tine has Intend to a torsperarro orator and how great the ef-
The first whom we learn to
person their olfactoiies. A
delicious to cow
so
Consigned u jJhas.; E. llowton.MiM confidence is mother. This confidence deploring the fact that a friend resorts I fort be to ward off danger and

of Is in the bog or a favorite hog is lost, Catarrh "the use of the daily I make her life happy.'Mother's .
Effit Allen Frnitland came whenever shackled or broked leaves an is seemingly one of the to frequent

down oa tUt Eulalia today.Hon. impression and a disappointment indelibly and 'tis so pleasant to let the cold rainfall most complicated of ailments and glass." Ha heard a notable lady speaker

I depicted on o ie'& IE mory for on them while they are seeking one which the doctors are absolutely speak of slum t'hlldrearoughS' into Friend"

John P. Wa:., of Putnam Hall, which nothing can be a recompense.* through the woods for the hoj or while unable to cure. The reasons for the world with no more idea of home

-- was a visitto IVatka to-day. .fanypeople fr i Into great error inregards they are up to their waists in the mud this are easily explained. Catarrh is comfort than the children of negroes in

to broken confidence. Wbr t lifting and straining to get the cow out. a blood disease and only a blood Africa." r r--. Allays
We are plttaaed to see I. Meyer outagain remedy can effect it. The various
Then the remunerations are so p
mag-
"
they believe fully in a friend and confi One speak mid 1 rise emphatic- nervousness
aftern :riwsw; of fcevftral day*. dence him abrve au\oJ.e e'se and he nile at Why, they can gel three cents sprays, douches and washes whichare ally" and another said, "I stand prostrate t 4 relieves
employed u a local treatment,
The Mean "r Crescent came down al proves untrue and fake to !' s vows, it a pound for the hog and a cent for the may. for a time alleviate the with astonishment" Yet another t theEeadache
beef has
10 o'clock .am morning with a good disappoints them BO and woundstheir provided Then any one any moneyto trouble but no one ever knew of feelingly told his audience that it was _
buy with. again they can get ,
feelings to such an extentthey lose con. much treatment but the
producing "not speaker,
a cure. the platform
from for each t .
manifest.MitetoO two to four cents poundof .Cramps
tidenc in everybody else, and thinks They can not reach the seat of the disease house to house visitation and the utterance -

n*nr, of Bridgeport, war in if he has faueu from the standard of a seed cotton, twenty-five cents for a* the experience of many of the silent word by the caller t_. and Bau.ff -
and
tjwn toT -.*a- true gentleman or a true lady, which syrup, forty cents for corn, when all sufferers will prove ; nothing can do which did tire most good.." The statements rcnro, sea, and
other in it
ever the wee may be, there is none but produce proportion, so except a real blood remedy.In so
A Bleu i-rhjrtfwtt an enterprising that would be the same way. This costs at least one-third more to makeit. the treatment of Catarrh, 8. S. that "the previous speaker's suggestions pre
Why can't they see the beauty ol S. has were very roggrotive" and that: ,, pares the
demonstrated the fact that it
uterciuct 1 I Ntt I been untrue and traitorous, that is no working hard 3C5: days in the year, and reaches deep-seated diseases which another speaker' remarks were "mis system that Chlll-BIrtb is made

yet r
Edith Trueman is visiting relative When one leads a reckless life with an their dinner of hog and hominy with Mr. Chas. A. Parr, the leading wall mention shortened-many say stronger
not cent in their pockets. paper dealer, of Athens, Ga., writes : Then tbcr ia the who alwaysmisplaces
a : speaker
at City i'oint. She will be absent i it eye single to profligacy and dissolutionhis '. after than before confinementM
Poor, obtuse fellows 1 Here they are For months I suffered from a severe his .h.." and who prays "that
until Chmtti.as. one aim being to see what an excellent It insures safety to life of both
of The
catarrh. offensive
case "
many
libertfae debauchee: or profli- missing lots of fuu. I am surprised at we might be brought to the halter.
.
r Uajor Go E. Ctay spent yesterdayin gate he can be,}he becomes so that he them for not reading; up on scientific There was a flight of fancy when tbe mother and child All who have

Jacksonville returning by this morning1 confidences no one. He becomes void farming, from the pens of some split speaker asked, "Suppose if a modern used "aotfcefa Frkni" say they

I of all pure affection, and hence leaves legged fellows who do not know how to balloon dropped upon an uninhabited will never be without it again.

s train.A him a cold, tern Iceberg full of hatred, layout a respectable corn row, and island what would the natives sayr" Ho other remedy robs confine

L Glass, of III lch Springs, is I on a jealousy revenge and superstitious- know about as much of actual farmingas The scientific lecturer said of his coming ment of its pain.
a bullfrog does about heaven.
it visit to his family. He will return to. aess. experiment that "all depends neon.
We should practice confidence more; Yes boys, read, read, and pay for the present condition of the body about .A.eu.u mar whowi"U.1UecI 'Mother1 Friend
morrow. should) onfi-leuce the reading when you can get the sass If tee sad to throagb the ordetlMSln.
that is we our neighbors to be created. A town councilor spokeof MT to
:: The steamer Metamora will make and friends. money, but don't leave the farm. Ohl! and there wr bat tsar bottle to be
of the to Silver will be called the "honest "tbe rivers and streams that abuton obtained aDd the cost WM IUXUM pr bottle M
i the initial trip season When one living a life of self-co n- you yeomanry' the borough boundaries. Among would hay.Gto.LAvvoxDgtoaotio
'
t.. Springs on the '16th hut., and once ceitedness ever imagining unjust at certain times. What a glowof Mr. Malta's other examples i. the speaker
should swell manly breast s..eb san.r.e.oqik'atanaOTTI.E..kTU
eaeh 'week thereafter until fulber things about his tJehbm'a-thinnng pride your I -E7t TANT' NOTN.RS'.M4 .. ....... .
"Tb
who began with proper .AIe..alubleie
hat him 1 but how empty is your stomach.Don't sayiug ___..4.away W........wo.I .
are injuring secretly
they ,
notice.J study of mankind in general is the-the
the farm boys. There is
quit
his life becomes a dreary, irksome task I TMsgaannIoacnus.ATOCCo..Av, sm.oa.
D OonMon! a prominent druggist Then again, we should be careful as one thing certain, and when the sun study of mankind in general, where- I SCU SV AU Da4Ye015Ta.
rose and set on us out here the same as upon on urchin in tbe audience cried
.. : with hit
f S'.j.mtri* ,(.I.n., family, to who we confidence, the: should never I

... bi euJ :. i'-w -.,.ct....; iu IVatka. trust and believe fully in anyone whom it did on other people on Thanksgiving out, "Toa'rogrio in at the same hole
not I day, without any thanks to Wall street'sCleveland you came out at"No
we are acquainted-strrmgers or
A. lot of prate! glass arrived on the alien, "For, if the blind lead the blind, or Hanna's McKinley, we :: lefts embarrassed WM the old gentleman S.-E.CHILDS.

City of Jacksonville last night. It isHnMgnod both bal) fall into the ditch.." We can did not have the turkey, for it cost us slim who, stumbling through an

t. tell into 1'2 to raise him and we had to have a i Y., after dinner speech said "I-I shave
( :" .F .uo Riles, Palatka.Sheriff generally by looking bisjcounte- MR. CHAS. A. PARR.
nanee whether we should confidence little money back, so we sold him for I no more to say, and so-and BO-I'll
Jfl) W liagan left this morn- cents scant and white symptoms were accompanied b PIANO FORTES
him very far or not. Sometimes, though, seventy-five gold: I y make a few more remark. The builder -
,ae for Juno ht'ip: Iw will lake charge! i this method fails. Bat there is one buggers feasted on turkey (and I doubt severe pains in the head. I took several frankly declared b* was "more ni'od. I ...

: rule that stands out whether they thanked the Lord for it) kinds of medicines recommendedfor for( the scaffold than the platform.: '
f sight pi. crs for t :e prijiioKtiary. prominent-juJe catarrh and used various local ,
!" there with thanks turtle. applications -
him by his deceit. we got our on netimes the chairman errs iu weDoming l. And ORGANS.
.. I
but the disease had becomeso
W Plea merchant
n c i prosperous They took cranberry sauce with thcir's I
If we are hood.wiak d and deluded deep-seated that they had no effect the speaker. A chairman waahearu f
'T xuie *!- .UK! at1 all-rcund "-r of we took hog gravy mixed with water. "whois
yev whew have welcome '
e I by "Ul'nne we perfect whatever. I was alarmed at my condition t to speaker w one PlAO'i \ :I\f; A HEAT >PKt.aveling -
." .q t'Hikii' oil 1'U-mess, toT I roof of his distojaUty and infidelity. Yes boys, don't quit the farm. as I knew this disease invariably i always with us, and we wish he
bad he for "the deceives Just let a railroad train kill your best descended the I lfALTY.
the
we am as at to lungs, ending would ooiueofteBW. Kind was announcement -
is as bad as the deceiver." cow-don't you open your mouth to I in consumption. I was induced to take I that "there will be two S. 1 h't, ." salesman
'
;- C"u,, litiiirJs; will convene I When we have the confidence of say what she is worth. You don't S. S. 8. (Swift's Specific), and after two IJlo.tJ opportunities to bear tW 1,,ctv:. r '
know. That fellow who cambles: in months I well, and I 'l W'Iara for P. P.
.. pas perfectly
.t i 'pillar ; u--01 meeting to-mght at someone, we should certainly try to I luix: in'' It was when the rm-vt'-
stocks and bonds thousands of miles have felt effects of the it V S. ,.' house
never
rn music
hold it for in Zulina's mind it is one any
o clock. .Mtiuoura should rem..mber'il' I snrted that the chairman asked the uu '
of the greatest boons a person can be- away knows all about the worth of tne disease since. n' .J Wcrlein made

stow-//!* con/tdence./ ZULIXA. cow, and you must lake what they say S. S. S. is the only blood remedy dielC80 "clow by "i0giug just O UOJnP ,u..t Mr Chi Ids was

Roadmaatci J 1% Thorpe, of the J T I you shall. I which it is impossible to imitate. There verse of the doxolc y. Ul the city of J i ewiCI'I'I
Don't mouths boys. is a substitute for most of them, for
: you open your
.\ K W, it moving Vie family to Jack- Few Palatkans have idea of the they are all alike-contain the same
any but stick to the farm. When von wishto BLUE; PETER IN \VH:3T.Tb. : ,: the best and

i''r vil e. 1i t n' mends will regret to ,! immense business done by Gay Dro!!., scud a telegram, ride on the train, ingredients and are made in the same .ver oid u the South.

'ose them. the West End wholesale and retail or ship anything/ don't you dare to say i manner. But there is no substitute Sleaai I.r Trnmp First Employ* .ts at i.YAN :.. Mammoth
for S. S. ft., as it is in different
... 'anything about the cost, if it is a* much every way by Lard n,,Brjr Bvntluck. Dc' knit.iii: .: LQjpor.oIaa, No. 37
h t 'p'. :ii t.lt! isureof meeting grocers. This firm "* constantly ship- from every other blood remedy
now as it was when you got paid for I There is a house iu London wIn< b "LA ill o. -
offered to the It is nature's
"pl( n t.i.k 'HI, of Buffalo, N. Y., ping large orders to all sections of the labor on the farm. I public. own I R"-iU' atn Musical
your I remedy, being made from roots and should be the Mecca of all whist pinyttrwho \ Conservatory
r..1" a h LI -u'cable Wife, is atop- State. They have the advantage of a No, no; don't quit the farm. f herbs gathered from the forests, and believe in tbe new school and thl.1 -Firnt .tllC)1: : cund door from McLar-

,r.'-.AI the A 1 ,uir: on. Mr. Gilkinson resident buyer In New York who buys "WAvriioo.How's I contains not a particle of mercury, "information" game a shrine before tv's store.

I' 'l.p rintel"'flt' of the Erie County for cash and gets the advantage of bargains potash or other drug. It is not a drugstore which they should bow respectfully as PALATKA FLA.

This I : remedy, and not a single ingredi head of all in
he; fountain that mottara
i is also and discount.
'tilin"y i. extensively a They are enabledto
We offer One Hundred Dollars lie- : ent can be obtained from a chemist'.j'shop. i in the game. This ia 87 S,. James
-' '"r i i in .,' manufacture of ice sell goods even cheaper than Jack- S. S. S. (Swiff Specific) is the | '
ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot street and it is within sight of Marlborough LADIES
ant.! using ft. i ecu Urns of ice a day. sonvtlle. be cured by Hairs Catarrh Cure.F. only blood bePurely remedy which is guaranteed Uoure. It. fame rests chiefly ; ; TOUUC1
to
r '-tain J J" Points has been Ini" DID you EVER" J. CIIEYEY.tCo.. Proprietors on the fact that it wow at one time Y 1 DR.EUX tE 3RlJN'S
Toledo Ohio. known as Graham's club and that Steel Pennyroyal Fills
,, : io considerable Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for Vegetable.
plumbing We, the undersigned; have knownF. within its walls Lord Henry Dentinck sn the original and only
; steamer t Alligator your troubles? If not get a bottle now J. for the last 15 and )
u'T preparatoryan Cheney years, All others are founded on and first introduced the blue peter, or r*_ FRENCH uf and liable ear
believe him honorable in all mercury oo ,". msrkeL Price, $1 M: cant
extended cruise. Commodore A. and get relief. This medicine has been perfectly potash. signal for trumps which consists in by mail. OeD IIi..oM only b/

,.' M rhsrtered this steamer, and found to be peculiarly adapted to the business transactions, and financially Deep-seated and obstinate blood playing a higher card before a lower

win ansaaito control January 1st. Hewith relief and cure of all female complaints able to carry out any obligations made troubles, such as Cancer, Scrofula, when no attempt if made to win the Sold by ACKEBMAN & STEWART,

a party of friends will explore the by their firm. Catarrh, Rheumatism, Eczema Con- rick. That sign been to the histujors .
upper St. Johns. exerting a wondenui direct WEST & TnuAX, Wholesale : agious Blood Poison etc., which_ g.h JjM _- 1hdLAa: I j la. _

influence in giving strength and toneto Toledo: Ohio. DruislS'l Cf remedj p, Sctitu C'n'epd readily i il t'. of the world like the pillar of I. -- _. -

O..B..S'X'Or1.XA.: W ALDUiO. K/NXAN & UJT.: fire to the children of Israel For mere
the organ If you have Loss of -.3 t curative powers of S. S. S.
Tit rte- .. I ..; 'hnlPwa.. t). rsi: I blood and skin than 40 years it has led them up and
I' nset'esc Appetite r t .;,{ oeoio. Books on diseases F. AaFuneral .Gerber
Crrnrii tapg !
I *t + down in the wilderness of arbitrary conveutionn -
iPS ... + Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally will be mailed free to any address: ,
t Yf:;;: .: spells, or are Nervous, Sleep- acting directly upon the blood Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. but it baa never Liocgbt themto

less, Excitable, Melancholy or trou- and mucous surfaces of the system. the promised land of better whist. Director

.".., bled with Electric Bitters Price 75c. per ooltle. Sold by all druggists i The blue peter was the introductionto
Dizzy Spells --- -- ------
Tl: e Need! of a Park.It Testimonials fren. whist of a purely arbitrary signal or
is the medicine you need. Health and I Entertainment! at Ptn'eLTHE convention and its seed has spread like

has long been apparent that our Strength are guaranteed by its use.
i T )[E8- EltAl D !s authorized to a thistle's until it has entirely overrun
i sty is in need of a public square, parlor Large bottles onlvfifly cents at Acker- Death of George Ferrow. the old game of "calculation, observation And Undertaker
man Stewart' & Drug; Store. George Ferrow, fifty-six years old, : state that there will be an entertain "
plaza. This ia not with the idea of position and tenace leaving in its ,

the benefit that strangers will find and Veteran Association.Fersuant died Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, ment at the Peniel School House on plaee long suits American leads, plain

-appreciate in the same, but in the great in the old Southern Sun building, Reid. the evening of December 23, to which suit echoes four signal and directive CORXKR LKMON ASD THIRD STRXKTSCaiIs -

of recreation and to a call, the Falatka Veteran street, where he roomed. everybody i I.*. invited.; discards. These! to have choked np

a .Usti pleasure Association convened last night at Xo admission fee will be charged all the dash brilliancy and individual
Mr. Ferrow came to Florida from *
health home *? attended to night.
to day or
our
accruing people.
in whist them
the council chamber Captain J. D. ; ity our players reducing
Pa He and it is hoped a farce! crowd will b
Ail of our ister cities have their Pittsburg, twenty years ago. all to the same level, not by increasingthe Orders from the country by mail or
Points in the chair, and Col. J. E
well known in Palatka
and Jacksonville present
shall was abilities of the tyro but by curtailing
I and the
/ aLa or public square, telegraph will receive prompt atten
Marshall, acting Adjutant. having resided in these cities t3ucklen's Arnica the skill of the expert-R. Frederic
in r cf slot !, >* bo pointed to us for : I'falve UOB. J.-296

'"ur ,:act of .I.VITM in such a beaufy- The meeting was a very Interesting ever since. lIe was a machinist by. The Beet Salve in the world for Cuts, Foster in Monthly Illustrator.

.' and'nvin feature. one, at which various' matters which trade, and has held responsible positions Cruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum,
"tv : : Hun CiMlno.
would beneficial to the association "Bread is tfee
p our (chile n will make it a play prove discussed.A in this State. During; 1877 and i Fever ;sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand. Mistake it made by many "homo' .h

nnd '.. 1 were 16782 he was employed as Master .Mechanic ; Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions !!1 drH mam." in bone .,
.r-> ; MI y work-a-dav class! will putting on casings "
ritual for the burial .
\'Nt. tLrou 'r it anti! enjoy its beauty:; new servicewas of the F C & P Railroad at : ,and positively cures Pile, oCm- drawn very tightly. They shouldbe 1lfr' Staff of Life.

adopted. Jacksonville. required. It is guaranteed to give left JOOMJ wrinkled the
pay I -nven -as '
,.u eWens v : quietly sit and read beneath ...l" ,-
Comrade L. Fox elected Perfect satisfaction refunded Eat wholesome
.. George was Deceased was connnected withMoseley's money bones when inserted will bring them to pure,
-
its lr'( >. All in our citv will price 25 cents per box. For tale rn I ., Bread. It's lham
Chaplain. their proper arching shape on the inside. : 'f
u.: .t a vur\.t (;:' pleasure and pride Association adjourned to meet January brigade during the civil war, Ackerman & Stewart drug;i l"t)!. Whalebone soaked in warm water ( >bj! way to keep
_.
and the Palatka Veteran Association .
t in; the larr'f, Cities of the North the 8 1897.A -- I an hour before using render them more __ .., healthy especially in
attended the funeral this Mrs. G V Chamberlain, of Creceni _
morning pliable. Belt ribbon should never be
'Boitru of n a'h" has each summer.m % I

-'sett l u, the teachers of the Household Remedy which was held under the ritual of the! City, is in town. she is stopping. at sewed to the underarm seams. Bent a warm climate.

Episcopal Chnrcb Rev. Dr. Avery officiating. the Kimball. hooks should be chosen for fastenings superintend tnv own baking, and
public:! scbnvL! uu.I p:'" all of children And it fails to }theuma- know for deanliafrw and It'
never cure setting on first a hook and then an eye that purity *

'Jit urgent nci of having the little tism. Catarrh Pimples tflotches and ; and eo on alternately down the bodice, as better than some
Undertaker Gerber had charge of the Health as good any-and
,')1," spend m <.' ume out in the open is Wealth i and it will never unhook of It elf.I .
all diseases arising from impure blood, remains. Fresh morals at door.
every your
Waist cut inch than
in the pt-Vb linings are an longer
is Botanic Ulooa Balm, (U. B. B.) The deceased had no relatives but I
it need not t UM: source of much ex- Thousands endorse it as the best remedy many friends in Palatka who miss him 1\AaA tbe outride to allow for the stretchingof M. J. LIPSEY
'
ever offered to mankind. The 'C.Wt I I the outside material The extra Proprietor Graham's Baker.
'" ij\i-vi a.? be rented at a romi- greatly. .
thousand of r : length is taken up gradually in the
cures performed by this! IliA
?
.-.1 i : ') f.-.r: or maybe\ '
; purpose,
remedy are almost miraculous. Try it. Revimptloa of Through 8l *per Care ... seams WEAK r'1E1l cV 2 VIS3RQ-J3,
;f cur< ; ub'.ic'! spirited citizen Only Sl.OQper large bottle. For sale B twea Jacksonville and K..*... City ,}-: -
I ,
\'uiuti .l.- iitv Jutlicient grouud by drugguls. bee advertisement ehe- The Florida Central & Peninsularand Itrfretlj- Natvrat.
I where. Willie-DobU in all fife I
my never
'J'f'd !ht: :''urp+e. its connections have arranged to iiif"'TluCrt. .1 t i
saw a more natural expression cf con
'.1 : urreat' outlay made
resume the thl"lMlgb-etHper line between tempt than roa< hare pot ia the face cf
E. C. 1.VE6T.SHEHiE
PINE TAR .
f' ,in i ii r->nieUs.: WiuU w. SYRUP Jacksonville and Kansas City. this woman Who wa your model
f.taat
Istn s aA v'arYThat
'.i< t' .tiiu! 1 then each year The tnt! car will start from Kansas AND mm mum 1 Dofctoa-I used two models at the
Quickly cires Coughs and Colds.t'est's Did!
'. : -. su :ru'iin t t feature until City Sunday likh inst. THE G8ICIJUL. AU i iI same time. Oue' was an old maid and rt .
drug store, comer Second and morning, at OTK13S &JI7ATIOJS I et r % o roe .neo ax
... n.anT O1''""... MI larger tits b; ": "ots onty in""'W..u ltetntw.tattt painting, oocsiqoemIs a composite. sated W '. ,ts. i.net )
.' / i j' :M 1 r.il-1 Vauty, enri" Tuesday morning 17th hut., at 9 a. m. s,"ti ra.c.loeay Fits. H nna. Uuek I, lat.tlaq:5r-nisistd. .. t.esPttw.e rants.,
n- a---, I ..... s. ITiI: Lr ..mt.. & of Comat.mc.Jaa.rtA Cincinnati Enquirer. ?***.* .* a'st s ales. H* flMr llto
"-t-iu trees andy Harry Fowler, who went to New Tbe first car wev want will leave Jacksonville '.s.I..ei'u.te.ay.loethfist 1 s.a.e., sad a.-/- .- / firer cad

f ,- u '01'i of our pro- York: for treatment of paralysis last '1 > I-nw.. r." .....1.. L r ,.f....I.. t ",U1usn,,, :, What W4 II. Mesa? ? ? 4- -Ql
u.dyxuing a 6:12 p. m. \II' t4,-.v. wt:. ._. co I'',!....,. t''rt. u.. ;...
I JtSTy, returned to Palalka this.ttaov.iug! The rou-e as OV T the Florida Central "-h. .'.,.M't r.... .... }, a rn r wnl.l1 a' "Do TOO tfetnk that beautiful women Ins YELstt i G-. aa.pr.rat" .

It'n" ...u w badh we need it 1 completely recovered. He was released & P<"ru'ar 1,1'l'I.: Southern Rail get I'.P7" tI..1 a': tI k.t".: du.uat.ee,. ....., .t.aee. .. are apt to be spoiled she murmured csrvI.4 f rtcx a, .:.. t,. .. i n: !C wr.;

.. c."I...; ire .:;u.'f c: r' -idl ts_ with upturned eyes. rttMB .ui r a .r : ,ifraaA fks
: "'(,'UiJ be ukcn by our from the hospital three weeks road. Kansas: Ci\: -. Men ha & Birmiogbaui bttrveta--. : .raw I >- rd to see, Pam nrw rn.. irreq 1

M ., tad .. ..Vrruon; ,to .: \ -v u< t: 1,3e i 1'" ":Uer entering that institution, and has i aaJ KinCity, Fort Scott 'saesttite,. C\c\ & ." darling"Your. ,"beauty ya hit will equivocal.never spoil anrwer.you AJj Lit Ata..t. tV -qa :,, t aee+ .a. Ail. 1 1f

'\ a ,1(1 It" !" )& ,.t' Til, since been employed on Staten IiIan4.t &; Mtmphi* Bailttnrf, via Everett- ]. r" t..:.. i.,- ji Detroit ElM Pres Sold by Af KEHMAK cTTEWAnTPATERTS

., u*-> We aa cl.y: lnlirect \ > t lIar')'* many friend are ;Ud to see )Macon A>' nti, irm'lI.hafO. Holly .y:, I

a'van'a' tb.in arei him home again.[ Springs, Memphis, 6prinifleM and .. t r<7f De Myer says that at Hildje. Siberia.
., 83 below the zero of Fahrenheit, ia
... considered
i to mv v ,-f our rifiphborand Fort Scott Thr)? :h >!Veper without
hI:" nothing oat clothe ordinary.
01ILf3TOI-t21i.
',11.! :'a I liv not beinu I
: ; :i."U4 T!, cbanze. This i* r > only' through 5r-C"' ';rIJ=RS.l'

offer <' and l our own IU.ap&tVt = line !h..' ProIaptl d.e.rwa. rw.Yrrta C4IIIJTI&h&ew
rangers: sleeping-car: ou JiCnonvI When corns on the toe ache bad
d fYr.1If C ., 'I.' . rt.nw '- }a.e new
pi&za, ;, iri:; or public square. < TnnAl ;and Ka tvi. < it-v. weather it likely within 24 houra. I I .seer.deeaot,r rr..tel.v'mt ...... twr= Wt,41H.a !
I I ecru I'. Ioor'". 3' a Bwk lr.e.

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r.o ri E TIMES-HERALD DECEMBER
II 1896. ,

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THE MARATHON RACE. .At .J.8.BSON'S THE X05ET-QUESTION OLD ROTOR{ REFLECTIONS[ [ ;

1 ****"*.K..tt. *:;.th.Greek. VTbM The Condition of Finances as Viewed Mamma'sOld '

Green .. w.. u.of from a Woman's Standpoint

The l nOTiooti in the matter' I would like. to. say a littler| on the
atbletto CHRIST\ LEARNED HIS DISCIPLES A Dress j |
In ch meow IpOrta for and bad not looked for GENT FU':)N! ftlNG GOODS. "Money Question" if you will allow it, i I
their PricesGENTS'
Use orent own country. not that I am a silverite. gold-bug or SACRED LESSONBy Should: not be thrown away. Buy ap.cka4eof |
r only seemed likely to be theirs I
ThatMEN'S Diamond D"e.--ooly toc.-
from its HATS anything of the kind but I have heard
,
very nature-the JOB* distance and with very 1>QI 1e labor the original
ran from Marathon, a prize for which Are It talked, until I have gotten. in the I freshness of the gown will be restored

*M been newly foondwj b1'.M. Deli?h(01 AND BOYS' PANTS, Right. notion of tailing myself;and you know Plucking Corn from the Fields ea 'he In another color It will be practically

w"*!..member: of the French institute. ALL SIZES. the old adage, "Women will talk," as Sabbath Day to Appease His Hunger Made New I .

commemoration of that soldier antiquity for myself, I want the money of course, Reasons Thy the Sabbath
who ran all th.-wa1' Athens but it makes no difference whether it For Ten Cents I;
to
tell bl
.fellow citizen of the happy Best! HOSIERY Should,be Observed ss a
lame of the battle. The distance from be silver or gold, for I like one just as Send for the Ptm-tlou a' UI k and*C -

Marathon to Athens li 43 kilometers. well as the other; and do not see any Dar ef Rest. free.v&mplen They colored will explain cloth: U bow Mrot**y I

The road to rough and aton,. The At tbe Price or Poor Hosiery. A nice line to select from. Here are a few use of raising a panic and getting the Christ went through the fields on the and. economical tt hi to use

Green had trained for thin run for a. Price: ; Government in a muddle just becauseone Sabbath Day and plucked corn to appease

yew of past Even ia the remote districts Best Ladies' Nose, full finish, 40 guage,\\- Real value, S5c., only 25c class of people want gold, and another His hunger, and was scoffed for Diamond Dyes \

Tbeastly young peasants prepared to Best BicTC'e Hose Sold everywhere for 40c.; my price, 25c silver. Is net the money good so doing by the Philistines who called toW; eftI7Wlwn. W cents a r cto %
enter ,
as oootestanu. In three cases it i. Boys' Hoe. something aood.. Other places, 25c.; my pnce, 15c
add that the enthtuiana and the Inexperience NOTE 1'UlS-A perfectly seamless Misses' Hose fast'black, only 10e enough as it is, a dollar is a dollar him a Sabbath breaker His explanation Wcua ILtcaaaMna: Jt Otx. Loraosonyt

of these young fellows cost The best value ever offered for the money. what more do yon want? (a good many of His conduct was, in substance, MC 4

them their lives, so exaggerated were mere of them, if you all are like me) that it was no breach of holiness to do

day theft approached preparatory' women efforts offered As the great SHOES HONEST SHOES! but as I was going to say we are having good on the Sabbath Day, and proba S. J. HiUbarn, tj., visited Green
np prayers
and retire tapers in the churches better times now, than we have had bly His reason for plucking the corn Core Springs on busineaa to ;lay. .

that the since the war. Why just think about it on that day was to give Ills disciples a
victor might by a Greek. I tire a rood line ef e1atr.rfCflt>nut every pocket Have you noticed that CIXC1XNA1I The fence along Laurel S tr act:? !between -
The wish WM nlfllled. A young peasant SHOE Inmy window MJkCKEI DOWX to II..7Bfll vector tttre Is not it! equal ia we used to give from ten to twelve dot lesson-to learn them that all days and
1'tUtkA at f 2.M. It's a goad looking,Lt neat khc,and MY I-JEAH.LR December.. Second and Third, is being re-
named LOOM from the Tillage of lars for a barrel of flour. Sugar, rice all times were suitable for the perform.

Haronsi was the winner in I hours and and coffee were out of the question,but ance of good deeds and kind acts. paired.

65 minutes, He reached the goal fresh Ladies' Underwear I IIX Gents' Underwear that "Sunday morning biscuit" had to We remember the tory of the old Clarence Gre enwod, one of Wela>ti's

and ia tine form. He was followed by GREAT V RIETT. ALL WEIGHTS AND SIZES. leading merchants, was in the city to
I deacon
who worked
two other Greeks. The excellent Australian come. guess some of Jon rememberit to bis full capacity

'printer Flack sod the Frenchman ,pod from fifteen to thirty cents per one Sabbath Day to save some property day.
n. & G. CORSETS are the best. We sell them-all styles. yard forcalico to make Sunday dress. of Jacbunr11e.represenllng
Lermniianx. who bad beta in the I that was In danger from fire, and when Henry Haiiwlgg, ,
Talk about hard limes! don't
lead the first 35 kilometers, had fallen to remember all this, yon when you seem are .aken to task for his action replied, the Edward Weston tea

out by the wsy. When tones came into kicking up such a racket about the 'That he did not labor to break the and coffee Co., is in the city. I

the itadion. the crowd, which number. "money question." Sabbath but to save the propeuy." --5.---_. .

ed 6Q.OOO persons, rose to its feet like T T Why not let well-enough alone. We God rules by fixed laws that are as
one man. swayed by Immutable as God Himself and Recelred His Cenmiseion! '
extraordinary ex are one among, if not the richest nation the
citement. The king of Serrla who WAS R R on earth. But no,you will not be satis- nearer mankind can live in accordance Yesterday's mail brought to Walter

present will probably not forget the fied, you have reached the top rail, you or in harmony with these laws the more M. Davis his commisionas Captain of

sight henaw that day. A fiifibto white must fall over on the other aida, per perfect will be his life. All ,labor- C. Fourth Battalion Florida
pigeons wa let loose women waved *u U* baps with your neck broken? That is labor without cessation, with no df v of Company ,

fans and handkerchiefs, and some of the just the way with you men though, get cessation or change would soon debase State Troops.

spectators who were nearest to LoDes left 'S S ODe dc"ar and you want two, get two humanity and bring then down to the Accompany'ng comnaWf! 'sir..

their seats and tried to reach him and t \d you want four and here you go, level of the brute creation. So thai personal letter from Major i. E. W''e'

carry him ii triumph. He would hare and to think the women are getting the Sabbath Day that the Christian ster, from which we are pt.ai'Ut" t.
been suffocated if th. crown prince andPrince S S I just at bail:I Well I don't know what. world hold as a sacred season, when this sentence
they can contemplate the of quote :
goodness
George had not bodily led him the end of it will be.
I their Creator and give their hearts. Permitt me to congratulate on
Now there Is Mrs. Lease, she has up you
away. A lady who stood neat to me unfastened
her with Why are M>many Ti owes a great toarce of annojanc.? Because they are of'n fitted by one edged and screwed herself into society, to the contemplation of all these sub receiving the cotrrmnd of the crack:
watch set
I a gold one wbo has not the *J1..blest know ledge of "HernU" or the MceBtial "....of perfect nos. A and has led number of jects that they deem of divine origin ,'. "
pearls, and sent it to him;an innkeeper tross may fit the body perfectly i 'd ret not ho'd the"Hernia"In a position tbit.. art..re may quite a men and for their spiritual good becomes company of the Fourth B*' 1 an .
him for bT &n opportunity to heal but to the contrary, u-;"bt from pmitnre upon a parti&hy reduced round by the nose (so speak) for a of the Florida Stale "
with order Troops.
presented an good Hernia care; an adherence 2 tbe part left In the can*., wbtch would cntslnly result in a patti good long while. I think iil really Indeed a sacred day, divine in its ten-
365 free meals, and a wealthy citizen Wily reducible and pc.(uWy a-llru.lI"utatl'd hernia this would require an immediate operation or tell had better be dency. Captain Davis assumed coruiuacd
mortification would wt in resulting in deato.I' funny you you
had to be dissuaded from signing a you desire to aroid the above. described dIIIl'Ultr-lIue your Truss fitted by C.J.GABKKTT careful how you let women get strung The Sabbath breaker makes a grave last night.
check for 10.000 francs to his credit who has made. lIl'f'Cialltud, of Hei nla and the fittf of trustes for aeveralyears. No Chareea out in polHSc! YOU will, find yourselves mistake, for he not only loses the .. -... -
for examluationinr.nttin' and perfect satisfaction giiarant d-trial allowed before purohaJgg .
LoaM himself however when be was divine that the designed ----- -- -
I inspiration is
AT CBKSCENT:! DEUO tiXKE, fALirr VUL. no2s.-m. left *rter a"'iile. Your spouse will be day -
--- told of this generous offer refused it f sitting up making laws, and you will be to give; but'he also loses the

The sense' of honor which il very strongin for 'd abiding by them. I wouldn'tbe physical rest and recreation that is so I Florida East

the Greek peasant thus sarrinonprofeMlonal he surprised if some of them are not necessary for the preservation of.

spirit from ye r4at I SAW AM PLANING MILLS JACKSOMVXLLK TAKD already doing that thing, eh! I am health and strength to qualify him for _
danger. "The Olympic Po:' of Fftlstka.'TU. E.I Bay Ii&..Foot of Catherine not-sorry for you at all, though, but I the duties of life. A change of occu-II

1696" by Baron Pierre deO tin I think a woman's 'rule" should be in pation, a change of thought, such as : Coast Ky:
Century 4 her own home and love should be the the Sabbath day will bring is so necessary -

only law which she must needs exercise to the fuller development of humanity -

Good N...... a; Cypress Company over her subjects. Well, I guessI that its non-observance be-
TIME! TABIB. IK BFIS E" .' X 'I't
Foreigners' are fret kWilson had better quit for this time as it is comes a physical as well as a spiritur1:
I sin. Christ His action did Ist' .
with the extreme better to say too little as too much. by not annul

people in trying oircun/ MAStTPACTCRKRS OF- QUEEN BE'". the day. He recognized it as sacred souTH BOUND.STATIOK .
patience with which the. to humanity bat He taught them
thai the natural laws of .God.were

ships and diseomfotts wbkQ paramount I
d ,
l'wi'I.
to all other considerations. The *. I 1.1.J&ek
from thoughtlessness and injustice I I }Cypress Lumber Shingles and Laths. 4 great movement of the mi'ions!' of I.'i5I"J.'J 1.
PALATKAon --
Now, patience and good nature are ex I worlds on The .Y > :, ...
goes unceasingly.
; requirements :
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Bt-Ane lOWaS-i
eellent qualities,, and the field for their I'
of humanity for food and .
exercife is a wide ontThe grumbling A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, shelter remaiu the same as long as life LraAuesru T E h1a\ka.... llWal ton..

disposition, vhich fruitlessly complainsof laths and pickets always on baud thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypreis lasts, the sun shines, the winds blow. Ar P.laika..j:I _soaI108IU' --I"I
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and magnifies each passing annoyance mouldings of all patterns a specialty. plants and trees put forth their buds, L.l"a1&tIr& ,, .
disquieting and irritating everyOne the direct Hit the birds sing and all nature moves
in the is worthy of sincerereprobation. g -When at home write us for prices; when up our way come and see us. Ar.Mao Ka&eo.." 1 '-'I'! -
vicinity
along in its accustomed regularity.> LvNs Mateo .1111> co.. .
At the same time there of travel between] that! the Sabba'h Day is divine only -.,--: ,. /
LvOrmond. IJ66pUartona. .. .I,-- .. I ,
\ are limits beyond which an easy good for humanity. The thinking, reasoning .".."..'. lOTpLT I ... . ''' i,I
nature ceases to be a virtue. We plume portion of the earth, who feel the I'tertUrmng*. t tan,. I .i.
ourselves it and compare its soothing New York need of a higher aid than the LT. New Smyrna. IOJ\ ;',
upon
every- .. Oak F II .. ..I! 2 iip ,
effects with the influence stirred up day duties of life afford them. It is .. Tltosvill. ": :2S3p ;
by an opposite course, to the entire advantage well. The feeling of devotion-to .. Point" '! a o1. '" .
1
a.. .. Cocoa..3 31p1 .. I .....
of the former. And in this we Southern.Railway. higher: power. Tbe belief in a future I .. Rkldg 11&1.... UCPI, ..I.... r .. .
life natural I .. { .. 4 .. .,
are correct' last as long as it does not are instincts implanted iu hao &We. asp .
.. t'arDO. .. 4 Of'P' .. .
I' ..
Havana the human
mind. There is tribe
pander to injustice. no so .. Menouree.. 4ttpS06p'' "':.
To smile indulgently at a that low m the scale of human existencebut Roselaad.:. 4 tip ':: :.:
wrong .. Sebastian... 45p .. ..I" I I.... .
calls for correction, to bear with equanimity ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. ae what they have the belief and faithin .. at. Lucl..... I# > .. .,I i I. ..". .
what ought never to be borne at .. V .iri.a. a future existence after they pass .. Fan Pierce.. ... I I. ....1 4101.I... .
the change we call death. This faith .. Eden........ a p .....I ....-.- Site ...
tell to submit patiently to mil that .. Jensen ... ... aarp '". ti 3Ia'
from unfairness and to Influence TXXOTTOH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM: OARS DINING CARS, Jacksonville has possessed humanity as long as we Ktaart...... .
y others spring to do the same plainly tend to THOROUQHFAR2 COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS. have any history of man,and however :: How Alicia Sound.... .: $71JP 5Tp :::::: ::i.!::::- !I..:: : -:

skeptical a person may feel in regard ..' .....
foster tbe continuance of 'wrongdoing .. WJoplter. T 107.
to. the vicinity of the Christian Bible. :. .. .'
.. w r Beach. s MlUOSa
and to make those engaged ic it self Tampa and
This fact stares him in the face-that ZJoton.,.. .. a :.?.1."r '"
satisfied and Patient endurance .. a .. ...
secure. NORTH EAST AND WEST. humanity has the inborn faith in a Lemon IXLand'rdHe City.. 10!! a I lip i ..
so estimable under certain circumstances. Key West 'aturd life. Could that feeling-that Ar.Iliami..lebn : :: : .,.!, Ilan'. P ', ....
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mar tinder others be an actual DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. *i -. faith come to mallk.lndii there were no
In jar)' to society. From the resistance cause to create it! The human mind NORTH BOUND.

to an injurious fashion or custom OILY 21 HOUB3 JACKSONVILLE TO W SBINGl'O!. Railway. md system Is susceptible of marvelous

up to the correction of grate abuses tb. ONLY 27 HOUR3 JAOI80NVILLB TO NEW TOR!. A repressions that we know to. be true. STATIONS. o.nso.: !N. e I I1

earnest seeker after justice is a true 1 oology, mesmerism and other kin -1-= -
philanthropist and demands the esteem Mild stnmld Tutu eerapo *d without of Latest eha improrvd M WMfcln PuQican,.Bltepter a. Baltunor Cars. and Hotel Dimln North dred forms of mental control are con- LT.Lemon Miami City: : i.1::::: .I : i ::::::I.I::"::::

and co-opNrttioa of his fellow men.- earl Uroucn ceded to be facts-are ..Ft-L'd'rdal I ."..I j 7 24 ......j ... ....
Pklladetehta,New' York aal sill tMt. InS incontrovertible ..LinfMJ: ...... ,.1...... t ..... .......
Philadelphia Ledger. South In fact, a science, acknowledged by \VPlsBeaca T .... 11 lEirtera .. ....1........

T.b.e.. _d filer<<: .11a4.... ., "THE CINCINNATIFIOEIDA. LBIITE )." Line this every power student may, although remain like a electricity mystery, Hone WJu-'ter.. .. $eva: : 12 4oi .. : .... ..

"Color blindness is on the Increase" 1elS4 Te."b'il Tr (from Jask.nut'voQaolunsM- -rla Iheren. Atlaata and Ch.tUllooca. through and why not this faith In a future life AlieU.... I.: :.. .. ..i: :' j
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mid Dr. D. L. Bliss of New York. "The i be the result of a tangible influence .- Jensen.8 ar .. : 'StMrl.312p ::.:..I..(.

causes of this defect in vision that may ONLY :24 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO OINOIHMATI. tho hat is, as jet, beyond our vision! We Eden...._' S.ia} 3 may I .....
OiLY 25 HOUR3 JAOI80NVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. congratulate ourselves on our knowl- Ton Pierce. P 4 be otherwise perfect are not all very .Sob flfa. .. 1.8'I. .. .. .. ......
well understood. It would seem that the Direst eoniiecttoa rot CHICAGO. CLZV ELAND. INDIAN APO y. DETROIT, ST. PACT edge and our advancement; but in '1144 .... '
Heart have Molbowne..li1IIa .. : :::i. i::.:::::
use of totooco had a good deal to do and all points KorUi and W*... OF FloridaAsk reality the influences we discovered but few of ... Sirno..... ..: .
thai surround the
with it 1 hare examined a great many THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JAOKSOXVILLE TO KANSAS CITY world remains almost a sealed us book; to I:.Bocklgeli-Lneop! EGalli* 11la' : .... .:..:: ::
for blindness several
color having on ;
in of ....... Is YH
\Tltbont cbADf, via Ktr"V AUMU, BUatUftaa and smphaa. us spite our advance. So that our Coco. 4.p I
oooaaioM been employed by railroad Ciy rblat .i... .. .. .:
instincts be of
greater momentto
may ; 1p ..
companies to do so, and in every instance ONLY 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. us than our actual knowledge.The .. O..k Titwrtl IItU e...: 12....... ...... .I.....I........
where the man examined was for tired soul loves .. New Sarrr. 200p,. .. .. .... .......
dwell the
to
found to he color blind he of ASHEVILLE ROUTE'nro1t,' W.tpt I.r Oars dAlly J.eboa vtlle to on .. Tort orange 2121'1 ... ... ... ....
was a user \1aalJula", via ."'rlUe. 'hroqk lhe rickets change: that death will bring him and ., Dar'U..... 'air ." ... .. .:........
tobacco. Women are seldom afflicted in foster the faith in the Great Or oad 245p I". ... .
this way', h oce it must be caused. by "LAND. OF. THE SKY. via tho J, T. &, K. W. Power, that shall foster his soul Higher in .: East Palath 4 map, : .. : ':..,:' ::::::

something that men do which women i ------. .-. peace> when the change shall come. Its MSwsteo atop ... I----IL"
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For detailed Information .. to rUs rt>J- : pU* ear t nrail c.. eta, app to
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do not What cases exist among women well that he should feel Ibis trust and II Mateo .I i a tip j
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euaaecrtoaeL.
"AILWAf W &u ; I '
will be found to be inherited from male any tsar of .IOlnll&'UI! /Nrite the General Passenger have this faith for in feeling it he but A;"I'abttka!I Ulp ....-:: -, .::::

ancestors. I have never known a woman A. SHIPMAN Florida Past."Agt. M West Bay Street, Jaeksonvill.FlaJ. obeys a natural law that he fees but L. h' .:ka COOp ...... .

to be color blind whose father WM Y. OULl. W. A. TilE!, 8. H. HARDWroK.Tram. for Information. cannot see. To treasure the faith in a ;'St. Augur- :- IJIp --I'ILy

free from the defect I am smoker and .Maoac- ilea P.... ttt ", Ant. (9... P..1. A gt,. Agent iupreme Being, to worship God, to ht. Autpt,t. I J6p. 'j 00., .., .. ..
-of color V..Ste.t, .>*.1).Co AH''aataU> loot in an intelligence AI'Jarktl"I'''.' .may .tsar I I. ... .
my perceptiOBS are unusuallygood _CPadlatW..U s up power sogreat ..
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so that it is not impossible that a iI./ B. Coffin, 6, D. Acker"GtIIei.I'I so grand, should elevate the I Tr. .n. 31. :X!.37 and 78 bet",ee.. laebae9.lIe
man may ae toboo without sueh an human soul and lift him higher and aDd St. \"" mine (hUy.

effect tat I believe a large proportionof higher iu the human scale, ruak.ji; raiii .IM .v vcjj AIxeept ....., IU' t 1 'li-nC .'a."
tbe cafes are caused by tobacco.- : Supt.-d. GH" f'lssenp ApeJACKSONVILLE. hIm better: and grander; put him on a lrn.4, .
w A'! "tleT'r..a.WatGof St .\" 19t4ftf' .1.'v.
higher plane of human action and hu- '

Washington Star. We will Sell You a I mau thought; the better nttin! him \cf\--\-'.-"-i ---J la'-. .-.-- .. .----- ,
for his life 1uiie and a better soul that
.t. W.BRANC'h
n- Oeeepled 107 Drea.na. It
shall live iu lie mtaterions beyond
The time occupied by a dream is one I --- --
PIANO ORGAN --- -- II that wta>l fe 1 is our porucc .
of tae maiwbof ataep.. In toe work entitled or ---I OLD KOVE:. ". ,3\ I.fl11e.t7,.,10., ",
'The' Philosophy of >>1MH1" we I ----- '--- .
read rf a HMO who dreamedtbe* he had j I For lees mousy than any house in the Southern SUtts. We will debts i;/T'jr t "U and t Winter t. t-: j .'..1. rl\ :" ." .. ,.
it at rear _.r..t railwtr depot or steamboat binding with r
eJUIltN his as soldier and traveled; that lie to had joined I ..U>t, and sabj"t to trial in JOur own house, and il not perfectly complete : buvoi>r :>fcUDb; from JK.: Nh'.iv.l! : ':';, oJ 4 1I efal: -" .
regiment a
tana.cnI I atitfaeiorj we will pay the freight both Wlra. we bare BIB Cruets, L-rvn .':e<>L A T"I.'. :.1
ron try : that h*> finally dasrrtod on 110U.lt I I...., ..5. ""w1t.I1nd .,.
('\{) of Ibe hanh treatment he bad re- 3arffains IJ{ auto9A.'tD Pianos and Organs, jUtL: 1.\,1. I 'J'. .eTll.r

ef>,\M at the hands of his 0p-'rior officers .-- I --- -
' he bad been which' hire bun rented or taken la exchange on new lattramects. I w : .
; that apprebeexiedaai'J Caveats,and Tra eClirta ottalaeJ aad al Pas|, ,. ,"
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.. '11'111 '" ... LING WAH.FEOXX I .T.I ., \.
onmd back to his regirnt. ; that T.r". .e r.r cat Unions contacted: for MootRATC trot <> l lFiistOIs
la" au wiUo"' '' WW"e1i\1al.! Slut Halt at Half fffU ': 'left ,rt I .. .
O"'bmcusOPPOslTt s. PlTEWTO""CI2D4 !
upi arm ali; rhtrebto vus trr d hy ooort ;Ut ,, .., y
whit.... re c&II M'C1tI'C patent loA .rt Uae Wan t-.c Ia..rll. 'r. -1' ldl "
martial condemned to be inert and was fates'from Wa h.ngtas. say delay Of avT :." err} ., .
led out for execution. At this moment Seal rnxSel. ntww tion. W* advise, U patcotaiu or DOC, Errs ofchare. ', CJHias6 laUfltl .
tbe guns of the xeootionert exploded, Freyer & Bradley Music Co. Ow fd lICIt due tIl: )>aim is ICIaIRcL < r l j. J,. J: tai \ !
and the sound awoke the dreamer. It !< A P' fM4irr.M Mow to Otxals Patent*."viti [
ctrnt ft saac im the U. & and tanigs cnaottkt] AMr TA"Tr .'CJWH, PA '; '. .1' It. .
was clear new that a lend noioe in an 24 >E, Forsyth St., and IC1It cs AdJroc. i r.,PALATKA, FLA.Firstdaftfc .

adjoining room had both prodacfad the I. 42? w. Bay St., JAUKSUNf ILl ti FLA C.A.SNCW&CO.iOff stork cnaranteed. F! 'iIIlJ t ..r ('''\;'! ,wai.
dream alKLOit
and awakened the dreamer H E IJH KL ',,,
at the same moment j ATLANTA, GA., AND,.C1IATTANOOGA. TEKN. .".-'TnfT.,,-Orrtec.' WaNiH Teti.D.C. < Work done on short notice. oc-t
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...} \ THE TIMES-HERALD DECEMBER 11 1896. ,. ; _


2 111. L.W.-Wbttmaa.teaching. 8Choe1
MONTHLY Not 74 at BatMma U sights one
IDOIIth..._. .....__ 30 00
Boils 112. J;f.Wits Powers.teaching school
No.70 at TelTimrum.month 29 CID CHRISTMAS and SANTA CLAUS
. Financial Statement 113. Ida 8. HoUoway, teaching school
No.74 at Putnam Ball month. 30 01
E.8. for
114. Crill. to pay mending
It U often difficult to convince peSa t plastering on schoolhouse No.1 ZOO
pta their blood U impure, until dreadful 115. K.I: 8.Crill.to cost of telegram
OF COU:?J"Y BOARD OF PUBLIC communicating with teachers. S M!
carbuncles, atoeeMe, boil, scrofula 11C P. H. WestgardTior lumber furnished -

or nIt rheum, are painful proof of IN3TBUCTION.: school JI to Q..repair_' _...Magnolia......... 2154 -ARECOMING
the fact. It U! wisdom now, or when- 117. I'f lumber furnished
there it inuicbtion ofImpure I STAn OF u.oB1D&.lJOUNTY Or PCTN AM. to heild Congo schoolhOQM. ,
ever any December I, 1896. ................._.... .. 28 V.
TO Ho. J"trrn 4'aiCK,dark ol Circuit Court: 118.. JCSM JI;.Buns,for printing notification -

i Sia-In compliance with 5eP..3, Chapter 4332.Laws or tardy*pupil to parent*......for.. u absent__... SIlO And this announces to the Public that we are Headquarters -
of )florid,we hereby fits with you the 119. Tho W. Ralph, for service a*
for month of ,
superintendent
School following'moneys Itemized received financial appropriations statement of made all November' October 7- .... ........ ...... 73 00 for Holiday Goods; and that we are ready to show the

blood, to take Hood' Sarsaparilla, and and warrant trued' for the month ending the 130. L T. Holmes, teaching school
prevent such eruptions and suffering. 30th day of November, A.D/1896: No. 55 at Magnolia on month. 40 00 Finest Largest and Prettiest Line of Christmas Goods
,
:- "I had a dreadful carbuncle abscess, aJCCUIT L4 t'fOJ. $2,375 00

red,fiery fierce and aore. The doctor atVended hand ... We certify the above and foregoing statementto Putnam
Balance on November I 1898 .M. 88 be tm and correct to UM best of our knowledge ever brought'to County.Our .
IDe over area week When the Received during the month..541 48 and beUef.

atweeM broke,the pains were terrible,and .. E. 8. CRIIi,
IT.nl Plush and Celluloid Toilet
line
Chairman Co Board Pub.Instruction consists of Fancy
I thought I should not live through It. I Warrant paid daring the month.._... Im 011 Attest: THOU W. HAXPU,

heard and read *o much about Hood'i Balance money on hand...............$4,927 71Unt County Sapt Pub.Instruction
Banaparllla that I decided to take ft, and tanding warrant unpaid..*........ 90 00 Oases, Manicure Sets, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Fan Boxes,

my hatband, who wa Buffering with Total arallabU fond...............94 3779ItX
boll, took ft also. It soon purified ourBkod ITXKIZtD: XKOEITT Itemized I StatementOF Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Necktie Boxes, ShavingSets

Nor.1. To balance on hand.$4.869 36
*. 1. To cash from F. C. Card Cases Pin Trays Smokers' Sets PocketBooksin
Blanchard o.Hector -- ,
,on account of

poll Ux" for 184 1&I6 .... 21 94 09 00Nor. Disbursements for Putnam endless variety, and thousands of other things too numerous -

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10. To canto from W.D.

bUt ma op and restored my health. troller.Bloxham.on accountof comp- County for the Fiscal to mention.

that, although the doctor said I would one mill scoot .

cot be able to work hard, I ban ilnoa tax apportioned Year
utnam count,1Af0TelDbn'.18116. Ending Sept.
work for 20 Hood'8araparlUa -
done the people. } ... 67320
cored my husband of the boil, NOT.1.. To cub from C. B. DOLLS GAMES BOOKS
and we regard it a wonderful medicine,1'Mita. Coffee on accountof 30th, 1896. TOYS .
AintA PETEKMS, Latimer, Kansa sale and redemption ,
. of tax
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certificates for i i
the period ending tie{ Children.
HoodsSarsaparilla Jnn 3lth,10l6.... lU 28 = # And Everything to please
XOT. 30. By amount of war. CJJ>c..c.c; >g+stiCx
rant paid and .. ptCCC7: "C>ro>PlO c .
cancelled during : rxKx;c ax tHqCtAS
the month of No : ; : C'i; .[ y o= '*

Nov.30. By'ember,1836 balance...,........- -4,9277 178705* :1 :1 Ea: 1111: : : :"i;
Is the One True Blood Porlfler.AH druggists tt 17.714 M ITnl"
1896.! .. Everybody invited. Remember the place: Special discounts -
., cure ItveK lib.t'asytotake, November 8- i. uwdeevlmm oJ:
{ ii'Ii !Ui>> !Ui sloa! n:
(IOU'S Pills w **. 26ee m a.Bw anoo
I wy open 32. J. H.Green.per diem and mileage ;J .
attending amoion of board* 5 20 _! _! _!!!$88M to Sunday-Schools.
33. II.J. Fowler,per diem and mile- :
It All Cam About.It ace attending MMiiun of board. 5 00 I
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34. E.8.Crill, diem and "'" "
per mileage walnvjuauosvu
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took the little acorn but a few days attending_lion of board...... 3 00 :: :!
to beoome the spreading oak. Uezekiah 55. Tlniec-Ilerald publishing financial 8 ggg gg888g8"Eij
statement for month of
Reubens told bit wife in confidence that September.2 GO -r rrrr r ..........
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Josh Watkins aaid he'd like mighty 36. L I.liime*.teaching school X r. ,/h.BSS! ..uSit8lg$8..-8g
1 at falatka for one month.... 100 00 YaTpa.g.
well to boy Widow Spilkin farm. 87. L.S. Arbuckle. teaching. school Iffi3$ Chas. E .Rowton :
lira. Rovbees ran into Mr. Blantar'a No.latl>aUtkaZ3day .. 57 /BO
88. B. H.PoHltt,teaching' school Not *..\ *''
soda 1 ill !2J2:522-g2l/ .j'tfAOfiPdg
# Just to barrow a little baking a! at Palatka one month... 10 00 "I'a : pus IPt ,
to make her errand less objectionabletold .. Uizabeth W. Uann teaching aw"ah'8NI

Widow that Josh Bpiikio Watkins' farm talked tbonghtfa of buying! f 40. Edith>school o.l B.at No.Htorri.r*!1.at tka teaching Palatka one month,month school. 39 4000 00 ill I t i$:: Nan it.."I1.JDfY.) J'I1llmJ.l' :) LEMON STREEt PALATKA.

41. 11.
8. Itoaderirk.
lading, Twoaldn't mippriae me a bit tn.ehJlljt.eboolNo.l.'NathooemonUa._ 3500 :: = 8 _
ef he' would take the Bidder with the 42. Jennie Lackore.teaching school _
No.At ralatka one month.. 40 00 .........." .
f farm. 43. II. J. Andrew. teaching school !I 13lTMNfi3f J.wl r M.I. 1ir0. &\ 'I
Mra. Blunter left her baking in UM No.1 at falatka one month_? 50 00 liraci88c .
stove while she threw her bawl over 44. .7.N-.i Holler, teaching school : -

he- head and went through the baek /&. Ellen OeWeea at Palatka teaching one month school... 60 00 ..............V O3SS3.ii AVVnoo Tho

trey to Mra. Feorup'i to tell her that No.3 at.*...tkaonemonth.. ..... 35 00 !I!! : 8 1ppgi WalterASB s
1 46. Rotate Matthews teaching i = '
,
Juan Watkins wa going to marry M hool No.X at 1'alatka month 39: 00
Widow Spilkini for her property and 47. Fannie E. Thompson, teaching 1 !j.- ........... .
school No.2 at)1'alatka, month 39 00 .t.Q. l! raf l9., lletPiaatiBC$8ls13
to wonder what would become of her 48. Lot Is* A. Robinson teachingchx4No.2atraUtkanont $:: bG&afl B1S'rAIL D
children, giving it as aa opinion that 3900 :
49. WlluA.Berrl teaching school .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ...
: :
"like not the widder would hare 'em Palatka -
M No 2 at one month... 3:5: 00 y ': : G oeerie Chi
bound out BO. A. L. frice. teaching school No. :fl : f : 1 t.Llunop. s Orookeiy
S at Ptntel one month .. 40 Ou : : : S: S: : : g ,
Mrs. Feurup could tcaroely wait till (L Berths
Boyceteaching school : ; ...........
next morning when the hitched np to loo.a.t Penlel one month 30 00 '*?IDSS3
68. M.B!: Unrierteaching school No. II !S !SS \ Glassware TL'uiware .
drive over and tell Mn FloweHy that 4 at rVilinrttoone luonth 29 00 8 ggrggggggggg ,
Josh Watkins was going -to marry 63. H.LVerterteachingschoolNo.
A at San Mateo one month.... 3000 ..' ......
Widow Bpiltin just to get her property 54. Belle Williams,teaching school $ 8 ni IU5 ::5$ I "nolt 1Iu.tSI:5S8988U8888S
B"d that tLose poor children of hers }Or'.6 at Allen one month...... 3900 WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE
65. Erne: McKenzie,teaching school : ,
,., _. ..........
Dick or Harry that would take them. 56. W.F.limes,teaching school No. ,1 : jo3 :
She thought "Josh a dwlgnin racoal tat Crescent Ci IT one month.. 5900 0:1 o : 8: wt+$: T5Si i iI PAPER AND PAPEE BAGS.NO
57. C.A.Slaton.loaahingschool No. yQjl : A.: !:i: :alt! ( ::: : .
and the widow a ornel mother. tat Wd wood.one month ... 39 00
AH this noon reached' the ears of Josh 58. Mamie Morrt on.teacbing school NI : -:. _:. junnaix
No. 10 at Crystal Late, month. 39 09M. i t:! : gaui 16 LEMON STHE
.. t : 882565: -: .l unoo.. TJ PALATKA FLA.
and the wld .. They promptly west to Mary L.Allen, teachin* school : : M .
!! : ft ::=:
No. 11 at Kruit land one month to 00 G -
pursuing the story. down and men they .
CO. E. H. Williams. teaching school : : : : : : : ...: ..
r bad traced the tbiwg back. Its tiny.beginning No.H at t layton one mont h... 40 00 141 1: : : : : : : : : I -------- .
were so sympathetically mad 61. O'ra K.Kinney teaching school H 1 ; aDOO
No.13 at Federal Point,month 25 00 : 8: ::
that they met pjretty nearly every evenIng 62.. J. D. Cottingbam teaching. PALATKA
to bold It school No 14 at Levy's Prairie N _: "..0molt tln0O.
indignation meetings. on*month ....... ... 49 00 CQ 11"_..00."".: OO N'5 pU"II'tr"OJ I'It' ) QAT
Batarallyoane that they were engaged 63. A. T. Krowiilng, xacninK schoolNo. i PNN pNN00: PUG BfOTI1ER5JOI 4
and just as naturally that they .IS at Ltonlah('r. k.month 25 00 . Home Industry Co
64. L. A. Fish, teaching school No. J .....
vrre, uiarriod. Then Mra. BenekiahKenbens 16 tWe8tl"r'atbollOIDOntb 3900: N : : r: : : : ..b,I .emoJ{ smo'JN ,
and the rest of them had the 05. P. IX Watkins teaching school : N. a: OQ: : : paslPfsoSjaltdtVII ,
NOon at Urandin one month. 40 00 : t::: S:: 8S: : : SS Cor. Madison and Peck,

perve cm-ah.to Detroit hoaflt. that Free Pwwa.Arreeters.they. made the 66. George No 14 T.Ollier.at Ullical teaching one month:school... 40 00 Ne r ........... XJOUUYSg Keep on band, at price:'Ofi.f ldera. lI '
I tU !i tt I lion,a all and
63. )I =dl SnoIIr.rrr t
Na2datMannnlleonembnth h
l'H ta li
30 00 BI:: :: :::! GFOCBFyllser ,
ilpatk
66. Mary liiount.teaching and
The system of spark arrester: according at Ft. Brook one month.... 25 00 N- :: ... ......090011 11003 Fancy Family Groceries I
W. L O.BJles teaching school No. r N.N r r
0 tlrrNry0 QCU;'''I
to recent writer in Engineering, : ".014u12upta
a 22 at Oeck wlia one month 39: 00 They solicit: a share of
patronage
which is found most efficient in locomotive 70. J.Sounders, teaching school'No.23atOordonchapelmonth $ $ : 888SS guaranteeing satisfaction la every

is, for coal burners the derice 6- ao 00No.ember Gi.: :: : : :i : era': : ;C'': 1". .mo" ueaoTseeTm:>"j unoo particular. In Palatka. '
knows as the extended smoke box with 71. Irby Coffen. teaching school No. ojYnpaaa
: .
2lat ileMeekla one montb.... 25 00 : : : : : ; : : ED McCRAY Manager
straight smokestack, netting deflecting .
72. B. J. Butler school No.
plate and spark arreeier. While!no vp&rkanwtiag 73. 2.'i.t Barker's fetching Mill' n one teaching month. 89 00 3|. I: ::i: !: *: ::: !: !:: :1 ?!:: I"'a...."MU1-IUfY.) &4f We make a Special Feature of ourMail
ep.IOO9U
is effl- EooIC'N'I2r' : : ;oou pat
absolutely
arrangement at Georgetown fl:8:8: : : : : ; : : g:
dent, the degree of rerTioeablenesa of one month 25 00 . LOW PRICES
t inch mechanism depends, it ia 74. M. 1.McUr<-gor,teaching school .. .. .. .. .. .. _.... .... ... -'
nay N 88 at Lake View 'h 30 00 oO-rUftD'I
ft. one mon7ft. r
{ surged, upon the care with which it is H. It.loeeyteaching school No. : : $y : : : : ww: MJJ esuadxnr Order
... : : : : 8Si .FOR.: Departmentand
: maintained in good condition. Fine 29 at nun! Mateo one month fIG 00 : .. .

,, from inch 76. Norr Kobinoon. teaching school..... N' : : : : : ..: .........
sparks will be nand to e ape No. 30 at Kenka one month 30 00 : : : : : ., : "SPptllf
I.1 ..!: .S I
77. Ada R.IUer.teachlDJscb pu"nuubuI
\14 device even when in the best condition : : : :
.......
M at HoUlKter one mouth. 39 00 : : : f5g::;: S : THE HOLIDAYS
and coarse sparks necefisanly gat egress 78. J.S. Freeman, teaching school . . pack all
\ hen anything if in a defective state, No.32: at B ttwick one month 40 00 N : : : : : : : : -: : : :.........".iltrrol goods securely, guar-
. .
79. T.C.Whitman, teaching school t : : S.:; : their safe
and while the fine sparks are not of a No.33 at Nashua one month.. 39 00 S : : : : : : : i 8i: : : 80IRpwnT J'l3lpel.S -- anteeing delivery, and
character. the coarse spark 00. O. L. StrUkland, teaching school make for
\ dangerous! Na34 at We Cm<> e month 39 00 no charge package or delivery -
make
I will
are. Emphasis is laid eepeoially upon 81. UUie Johnson, teaching school : :. :. :. .: :. :: :. tm03'ttTtati special to steamboat
II ANN 'iel00Q $ depot or wharf
the care which ebonld be bestowed upona No.85 at Johncon.one month 23 00 d
82. Mary Whitman,teaching school :!:I g: : : : : 8 j: SB:: prices on all Wines and
looomotiv to prevent any portion of No.36 at llnntington month. 30 00 . :
a
'*%Le netting wearing into boles by ket' 83. Alre 37 at Harp Itenver,teaching one month school No.... 30 00 :.." tlrrrr- ::. ::. ::.. :.. .1..............-......... Liquors until January Carrying complete stock, such as is

tog the front end oM ned out. 84. H. K. UcLeod teaching school : %1KI
c : SK8SS: : gi: : : 1 1st. 1897. Send in usually found injjaFirstClass
-- ----- No.38 at Putnam Hall,month. 39 00
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J . .'
85. Lute M Crews,teaching' school .
A fcpelL. No.39 at 0k Villa one mouth. 2900 : :: : : : : : : !: : -y\ 'amoq UVO() your orders and they
8. . . 1
; Florence's faibvr'e initials are A. IL 86. C. H. l ,.-ams. teaching school atJUSUtg
N*.40 at crescent tlty. month 60 00 : RO -* : will have prompt at-
a, and, while I < T rt" Uu.ws her let- ,
87. A. B. White an teaching school .
: : : : : : : : : :
tare, .. is not vi i able to spelL TIM M. F.:So.S.e<<.aAWD.41 at Norwalkone V aching school month.No.. 2S 00 :. :. :. :. .. :. :. ::8.. :. :. J luoptm.oju aondJJ-tajt' ,D'I9.J1IIf'ijancot : tention. Pure Goods Grocery House

otter day she came running to her 4J at Bannerrilte one iitontho. 39 (AI g : : : : : : : : : : : '

mother.) 89. M.L Hurley,.teaching school No. ..' ................ d only.
month... .... : N: : : : : : : : :
44 it Lundy one 3900
"Oh. mamma she exclaimed, "I 90. A. L.Mellor,teaching school No. : i: : : : : : : : : -x.r uopsnatntjo

can Iasi J oabreJla 4\ Intarlachea month .... 3944M. I j 88: j j'j j j j j waluxiae8upuud c Livivg and many articles not usually car- ,

"I hardly JD k*o," aid her mother."Bat J.No.N. I can SDinsiitted.! 93.! Bath Browning, teaching school : -!&: : : : : : : : : sarosDotsetlfl'
"Varj well How do yon pell itr No.47 at InuicUonenMMi'h.. 30 00 .iiill _! .: :. :. .: .: :. :. :. :. :. 'PlRI Dol PW01I tomers can send us their orders

she said ) 96. J.H...Bnrreugha, at'lng school w: : : : : : St. Palatka Fla. with the them
Point.mai.Ui of
"A-b-a. Federal
promptVJQ' 94. Carrie N Mat M.Urvene.teachine school S3 00 .. .. .. ......... assurance having ;
\ Florence oonteixted the N...4*at Pomona one mouth. 40 00 I .-r.lim et7t'
JD't b*, ". duetui't spell mnbreHa." 95. L. A. Arson teaching school :: ]: ] ] ] :

"1 t'*, bat it does abt arg\--4 "I N*.M at Mflnx one month .. 25 eo . . Save Filled
.
96. IX J. Dakiel. teaching; school ... Satisfactorily.
it aiiibrtlltt, and I'd like : : : : : : : : : :. I -N1UtD:>>taV
rJM's month ZOO .
mw on) No 51 at Mt. R ti know wby it would be there if it K. R.wy A. Bryant teaching schoolNab3atlakeMargxretwomth 35 00 I : : : : : : : Paying

wpdittd aenaecmng eJ... "Detroit Free ; reboot oil
98. A. W. Sintoo. teaching I '
I'NIW No.M at Georgetown,month 35 00 .err r r --...., Write for our Price List.
._ .. 9*. E. R. ..--. teaet -- ---- ---- 7 /i: !
\..5v at Luke Fannie month. 30 00 ,
McKenzie leaching ];8 8 il :; I
160. Enell : ;
D ('. schaol No. 57 *r Red Water, Bills
BJ Ol\UtR .as &.ea* .. 19 00 JOSEPH PRICE, .
ft Jd. ; J U. The> *>n, teachiag
t ST 101. *** p "VVe :IOD."t: P1e1en.d"to ; :
schunl. Not M at Aulfr rprngs Clerk and Auditor. B01ANIC !
.oeBmtfh..._ .... ,... 23 nOHtt. October 1.1896.
R. I i Hit p.tr 0. A. Marion teaching school B B B BLOOD BALM Say
,J N"'I.t'rand"WOIIlh- 00 I ;
I H6. Ella..lle IIo-1.tracking. school That we haft 11M bat gooda in town wr' tile only flrnt due good; bat we do
No. 6S at Ce; < for freshness and be excelled here
.t'tim tint porhr. qo&Iitjr our gods cannot orGaya
I'
\ .. school '
:},* ;. pir 104. L. J 1tla r.t FOR AU. BLOOD MO/ SKIM tiSEA
0'I': tt !\..a at lvua s*ere...a..h.. & 00 Sunday tbe steamr Alice M. in the ear... -.|.l, tawrf .T ... pore elM-Uica te< we ahr.get ttie best. .
1uo. 1>. 11. Hrbnru., tea. -aaag school oH'efvi eon' the Palatka and PieuI I .a..r.as..s. ... _w-rr tat <4 Our Hne comprises erenrttring ftr the table, at prices that will bring you back S

.!\ 1 S ,0'j H*. E.[ice6aatCeMl I.Sink teaching rrbinta..th schwa N*. 300: ata route,broke her shaft which diea1xeI !/ ...-..atSCtIOFUU. Wr7 w again. S*> ) Lfor "StepfuWStaTmers," which is a compact price list of everything .
06 at last VaUa e.ne mooth. 25 00 her for two davs. The steamer ; J ULCERS (Cltal"IH goal to eat.

107. S N K.*.HvrOMiirft I3J at lAke, teaching UeoM 1DOIIt school... 30 00 Vll[ performed the service during the c ... ..n JllAnsII._ w CATARRH tams!. U..ADDrO EIUPTIOKS....
C.
.... Lr0 4t.werstearlungsebx4Nv Alice Si's disablemenl. |I aC'nlJro aoaEL hie" ._ w a. r.r ..uw..4 L. STEPHENS
76 at WtM<_tfeigats saw p11-.ws .fe.4 N 5.y. err A pr ,
-- i .. .,
.., 3300 Ma0 b. a r .r w
lav tteib.tectrngpchaNo. The :fence along jaunt street, be-
10. W.A. SEMT FREE nBwa.eecaxe
coeath .. 36 601W. 82.The Groger.
Lemon
TI at O-kl waiia Anne a. !J"W.y. tearju.igchoul ween Second and Third, is being rt- BlOOJ BALM CO.Atlanta.Sa. Upper, ,

Na 73.t Teratasmaalh 3000 paired. : Kirby and Morris Sis., Phone 84.F .


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