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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 18, 1896
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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:'ATATKAwBLKLTTrxE9l, r..tabl4hedteaal\ .,0..0'.dtedlx.i.tregs.; PiLATKA, ,FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1896. NEW SERIES-VO ill!"!' -.Nft: 36

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frNINSoi: I Hon. Robt. W. Da:s left for Wash- Letter From :Mr. Stone O nference A ppolD f JD en ts. Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latest U.S Gov't Reportkin

[ THE TOWN ington this morning.J The following letter has been received The Methodist Conference of Floridawas

& K W train No. 83 was' more by Chief of Police Trneman, in eession'last-week at Tallahassee

than an hoar overdue this morning., which we are permitted to publish: ,The appointments were announced by '

arriving at 6 o'clock.The :NEW Yonx, Dec. 12.-Chief of Po- Bishop Galloway and are as follows oVal e

PARAGRAPHS PERTAINING TO PALATKA Florida Southern train due at lice, Palatka; Fla, -Kmd Sir In reference -, Jacksonvile Distnct-C Sanders, P

PEOPLE POINTEDLY Palatka At 4:45, wan more tbd an to Wm R Stone who met with EM cTyelre Memorial, T J Nixon: ; I owderBSCI.UJT1EI.V

PRESENTED. hour l late yesterday Afternoon ; his death through accident on railroad Riverside, T Bishop; St. Mathews, T h

James Ray expects to lean ft rLake I on the 9th inst., will you please let me Griffith; Fernandma. T G Lang; Kings r

City January 8, where he will enter I know by mail all the circumstances and Ferry Circuit, A M Mann; Callahan A PfJRE

li A Hodge, of Satsuma Heights, the Fl in la Agncottota facts pertaining to the case you cau c!>- I Circuit, T M While; Green Cove and ,
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was In town lo 3ay. Guy Reynolds, who : tain Also please send me whatever Middleburg, T G Blue; Palatka W E --
Death of Miss Duau. DHl'"Jf OF taiga. 1., AL. .
r S. S. Green, of Fruitland, visited the family! of Dr. Geo. Bib' left articles, all papers or merchandise l Mabry, Intelachen and St. Johns

the city yesterday.C. for his Velaka home thai'morning... I found on his person, by jrpres", and liver, G K lUydrick; SU Augustine The Timea-lIerald regrets to announce Au CstlBMble bath .. 'J d t'-Weftt
I let know when send them. You J B Trotter Fruitland CircuitJ the death of Miss Flora Dunn, daughter leakier twee.
Baillie and son, of Interlacheu A scorch mark,if not too1 heavy,maybe 1 me you mission ; a ,
were in town to-day. removed by moista&pg With vaterl i will favor me extremely by attendingto C Pace; Volusia and DeLand mission of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dan, Died. at 7. 11BXMrntef .j'> ,-. t..ruy .

R J Toomer, :Norfalk, Va., is registered and laying in the suo, Rt &'aflhe' i l this matter as soon as you possiblycan J P Durrans; anford, I S Patterson; which occurred at .c residence at 5.. ,* in rut 1' I'i_!h urt' year,

at the Arlington. moincmng two or tta.....;and the as you can Imagine the state of, SloW Smvrna mission,J H McDowell; o'ciock. l last: evening. Mrt.. M. A.1)eVa", v"'. .f 'C'... J.
will- ..I.. .. mind I'm in, and therefore await your Tfftwville A W J Best; Indian River Miss Dunn his been sick for sometime O. DeVal

The Belden Door Company is work- mark M Ix>eb disappear at hiafnporij'has: one of letter with :the greatest anxiety. I mission, W BTresca; Oviedo and Gen- *. > Deceased win :,got., Lfa WI '!.nQt'n. S.

lug on the P1 bt.-bour system now. the moat 3MlWng signs we would ,also ask you to please ascertainthe eva, E H Giles; Biscayne"Bay mission, The many friends of the family extend ( April 2, tall; in r ,uld have

# Frank Copeland, a traveling man of have ever unique seen SP'Sa* moving exact time the accident occurred; AJJIowland; DeLand mission, E AH4lison pymnattry in their hotrfof toftaoment. {itched b.i
Baltimore, is in town en bn-ines*. center, illuraind a T dtlt .Bffeotwhen how, in your opinion, did it occur; how ; Duval High School* F. Pas- .April. She WA&'. t' .s. of tltuewa

G S Moore, of Springfield, Ohio, i" in operation is very iMUag.. It contains long a time elapsed between the sec:'"' \:o. ,f Death of Mrs.. Finn ..:';, win-tor i :

pleasantly located at the Arlington. the a4 ctiMli0er*''jc Golden deni"and amputation; the name of theph'Ician Joint board of finanqeA-JB Ley, Mrs. Florida L. Flinn died at her :

Blenncrhassett and Martin,' .3 attending him; when did he Ward fl.1 f Front street morning lege, now the L'ntyerF.iLR'Chiefs..
lleasrs. Cream whitl;.,. / H Hollo way, H W.Lone; W P home Monday
of Sate IM Hights, are in town to-day. give his name, and did he leave a mes- A Curtis, R F Webb o 1 Carroll, T G 7:15 o'clock of paralysis, after an ill- In 18$ dteeaud n... > (Tango
Just received a be lot ol Bananas, and was he ,unconscious at his : county Florida, I&n.1 u. 1' .l i weame
We acknowledge a pleasant call to- Call sage, Lang, J P Ihlburn W M Poajje E H I Dew of several days.
day from Messrs. J. H. Wylie and Florida Onogfp and othftr JfuUs. death.* I await your letter with impa- GOes, J F White. :' Deceased"was thirty-eight yea:-sol to Palatka which w- ,; -1' i haeaVtl.be-

and 8M tbw. < .. Q. n'&L If Savannah let. Her bttsbi&d, t, .... >.,
of Interlaeheu. tience. you are a parent you can age She was born at ; : t ; t -
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Berkleman, ..:
committee Emory collegeW -- .
8tat6kt : ;'Ptt UU understand feelings. Visiting Ja. : xteuei;..' ', 'h n.
"SLeftJ\s1- my Very truly came y' u: ; Far- .
The first yellow train, with reclining I F. Alexander, L,J Phillips S M I
the Florida of everything foe.tlP: ... .bHch will fonts, ELIAS STONE. : A little EMS than four years ago f dues eetrtmissi.n i !.s'4'1. : and eptr-
Wesleyait'Femalo
went out over collere .
chair cars, Soarkman. ,
be furnished am Ati&Uonvt Southern Railroad this morning The Georgia Southern Pamphlet. d5A Fulwood J ?, Hilburn, W- :N I Itrtrlatka :
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We regret very much to learn of the The Georgia Southern & Florida has Sheals. Florida Conference college-
corner Ittrlij'luUerrl.. streetS tf ,4 three years ago, suite which children and tw.r .,reAl : ....tlc5iidrensuryive
iudi.i o ition of our efficient County float make amlslakeu issued Jan artistic illustrated pamphletof W B Treeca,J F B/J1: I, J A Hendry. ,time they have resided here. .. Mrs. DeVal rh' :, beinglirs.
TABLE NUTs.. : -
Clerk Joeeph Price, at his residence on : Palatka its southern terminal that has been Mrs. Christian lady ? .H.
3 HiHTO'S for ReT J. A. Caslei. who on Flinn was a true Ji" W.i" '-.5 ..r ':'a.N.
bat go to R .
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First street. ; f will offer to the winter $ourm and the Fruitiand Ctrvuit the ol sweet, charming disposition ,
Nuts. His illriiuk'r'Weirei: bit the past year, I a ftry 0., In. l''fro! 1'r' ,.t ,'I. : 'zallia 5"
Thu fclearner MeUmora, ipUm Lucas ,' -oppty.. YHtI t Itp titpQa tttha pleasure seeker from any section sr.;ne ban boon trausferr d to the ArkansasConference. and was a bright light in the "00118- I 4 I OeVal, of Paint'! W'it r, t':'1t1OD.

cleared this morning with a l r'pUttenpl' >, rev are the ba$ tb He" had In the I interesting informtttiou about: one of t hold. It is to be regretted that on Lf: BRnui than i'., ',., .T \.
This is the first\ tJI.tht' the finest '\inta in florVa. }'rODthe of bu sterling devotion and qualities
list try (O4-.et, and will out cost any mr : p After the appointments were announced -! lammons of EI'ItOl: :) J. W, DeVaiIr
North to Palatka it goes without ehonld have been taken away just In ,
MeUOO. th&n1Ie tD' quality.. del II saying nearly the entire conference the only "J'II.

i. pvior" R-ay hair to i iU natural C. S. BlRWtCKPn! ; of the Southera that the famous "Suwanee River proceeded to th$ depot, where extra ta<' !'':uiC Of llfd. The funeral w- I t" halt) tn--mavrow

coioi 1 an in youth, caviar it to prow t Express. : Company, PaBtMn, Flafrti'oh ; -Roulo" is the line to travel From t coach ee had been provided and where the The Cath funeral Ale church wr s conducted Tuesday morning from- morning at 10':0() ::f r"l tt- :" .J vertstr
there li / P abundant and strong no better/ji1S acreprad the aFt\C"Y for the H.l 10 o'atoex the Rv. John church, the H.l ';, 'I' t :', <.. .Wr'iCtiL .-
;,re pa ration H ban Hall' Hair itenewors Steam Laundry Company Jack- points in the land of the ornug.. and the as possible till the east-bound 0'H r-It'n at officiating., ., "th.\ c". -! '. I't' e

Mies Claudia Green, one of T, ::1.jnf1's : M\I, ,-. AM'[ v 'k 'eft' at the Express I evergbue are more directly acne aible man uaiQ pasted at 1.40 a. m. and took: 'ie fairly ;. '
: than from anv other pia... Write to them on to thfttr several homes. _
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; chftrnim. young ladies, vie: (i. xael noon of'LSh : Go to BOND'S *fo..- The! 1" I I" I too
nil citv "- rdaibe guest of .1 r t ..it'1 l S.. drdsy. B pU- George Mtcdcuafl: I, g 'ru il ; Q8fenifer8Cfnt m :riibbi I,; t t', a "-, "- -;'''.crane a:
yi of the ,vheni & Florida THE Ttas.IIMIIALD returns thanks
B W. How.'II. I .1. k "i1ItCltlQtl] d9tfI Georgia"HM your Misses' and Chil- I sympathy 10 this heir 1\'I' ar :if heave. :
:! I Ir. and he will send you one of these to Mr. John]JLtpRey for a fine fruit i :;
Bi'iiijdell who has n Ut r.--v 1'1'311:. a pT"C'mi closes dren's Shoes. ment I ,
1:r'\'. X. s Palat\A; rfCbQTcnnillc( (Ga.) fake, not Uw kind some folks make, -
has been W,. I ,'11", who with hw --....-- A Benoti t the KtAh
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'"\ at Vi j' "H, '1111\.4 t. i Chronscie. with the fut{as scarce as the oystersin
sit i'Pi'IU[ hu.i.'y the pay, M- Tnmir in i ftiaikai 1 a church fair stew, but rich with We )'1.l"! ., ",." :1:

ship\ more than six tuf-i "-\, oi the i .0\\U,ka iAT Mi L ARTY'S plenty of fruit just as our grand have 01 all coui. rie! in t. I ins: :

The now uniforms wer '{l: .:',ystiltr. Popular "
the members of 1M> t. :ft I i a la'Ke number.b mail! cakes, pie or bread can have their one country pre-emioemly i '. j S
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among ,:
found it a waste howlrv wPdemul,
f -iccli, of the W st. Ile
ut ms want supplied at the lowest rate by faultto
last nislm-and,
Guards
Christmas Goods notv opened and C Ik'J it .o hiolOund ">. "'T-
-'I'Ied'ith( the Slate and
number :e. ;ik + applying to John.: find
n I\t a sufficient ,'.......
was equipp'' r (. 'IBM I ',' fn ods vho-con- Thousands of beautiful and with our i! coinitea: aa Itd,1 -i\c,

the company ,!late earning South visit Palatka. ATMcLARTY'SPopular. $10 8uits.TheV're it a setting none of the ','aefnus jaw-
When our young men useful presents at our popular els of our Union. 1"I<-.,l ,'f. I'.

society of their mothers and sib [ wood fall rae-i'-ure, 75ts per 1 low pri<
and seek enjoyment in places wh [ad ?3 75: pertord.: Phone 20. their beaign h.Anen& "' e" r .,, _

only men are admitted, the beauty 11 QO 11 D"u'y tJ,08BI I Dolls in great variety. Toilet Goodsthat the People Want. higher priced ones. our people M a garment and schoolhouses

ftcntiment... the purity_ even of man boo i I.Sets Brie-a-Brae Bohemian Prices that the People Like. FlNMXGtK, and colleges am' our eve J y
Shoes, Clothing, Furnishings
and will become ri .
man
wall depart,
ive the Madame
hilltop.
Hav&secured few pieces more
Glass etc.Our .
for ,
; .selfish cqJJ cynic whose respect
,, Railroads found HamJton county
decrease, and a V"- of that Black Serge, 54 in., at Make the
will 'constantly
woman : r.f) h .
Goods farmers paying a freight a : c
whose eeu) -respect even will at length Lt her come to our store, make what pnr- new Japanese just SOc atyard.. Poor Woman Happy cotton from Jasper to .J,i kot.viiie.' art!
I disappear.Gainesville Sun. chase fhe desires In Fine ChlaA,Crockery arrived. As they are late we Our'leading values at present: ....
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and Florida reduced it to fiO cents I th fmn* .>acsenger -
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Southern one :
1- The Georgia and OlkMwmr, and well giuuuitM tltat"feu'll By string her of thoIIee1T Tea or
'f' through Pullman Sleeping Car service thank ut for the sagge.tfss. hood wilt make very low :prices to Foster Kid Gloves, guaranteed., Dinner Sets for Xmas,at prices that any rates between the same points

between Palatka and Atlanta will be tactes better. when served In Goon China close tlteM.out. $1 a pair.Broadcloths. man can afford to pay. So reasonable M $12 by stage coach while it took -_
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.a. and we',.got It at price that wilt stretch uefuJ.! It wiU act as a gentle reminder of
Inaugurated Dec. 20. This will be a a"V" to three tine it*actual lengthWALTER'THOMAS.. 54 in., at 78c feel esteem at every mealWALTER eighteen hours to make he trip, an'\

big advantage for Palatka,as it is' the Our plan, of a 25 and SOc gift Whip Cords, 54 in., at 85c. THOMAS. they reduced the fare's o ,T> a* test

.r' first in her bi.ioy. n-n-tr counter is very popular. It saves k'rench.l'ovelties\ 50 and 65c. i-it-tf time to three hours

'I We have had the pleasure of meeting time and money. Great valuesat ,J\'ew\ Line Lace Curtains, $I11p. Railroads found Florida an unknown )
Lieut. Peep'.es! of the Valdosta VI. A fine piano for sale cheap. Address will of llenrv Feeha. quantity, save a name for malaria, alligators -

dettec. lie is a most affable young man, Box 425, Palatka, Fla. 1 w these counters this year. See 'Jfcw Line Underwear.U'"arner'8 The will of Henry Pecha, who it will rattlesnakes, disease and death;

that inclined to make Corsets, best in the be remembered was found dead in bed to-day it to the winter residence for
and of a nature After an illness of short duration them.
world.HANDKERCHIEFS. at Ban Mateo Sunday, was found yes the wealthy and the n,1r'JJal' aaniUn-
.., friends anywhere. lie left on the Joseph PriceT, our efficient county. clerk,
terday In looking through hIt effect um for the &kk.Railroad .
Savannah. --In
for
early train is out great
: again AT AI LARTY'S
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The will Is dated March 7, 1894 and Is found F1or: t abounding!:

Captain A V Mount is opening up t1 F E Ilteder, a prominent boainesa Popular Cash Store. array. All prices and all made in favor of Fred. A. Beach of with palmetto: shanties, ''. ml ('1oDin..

I' his new stock, which comprises a com man bf Welaka, came down on the ( k\jid Gentlemen's Japanese San Mateo. He WM worth little, how- log huts, nod a doable Vf': U' d lOll home ,s

plete grocery line. They are all new Eulalfa this morning., Silk Handkerchiefs at SOc. ever. considertd the climax of urchiwitural
Sew Departure School
and fresh, and that is what Captain See them. Gr r }'a11 and Winter Garden ..
Mount. proposes to handle at all times. CANDY... A few words about Miss M Crome, the eminent English buy four SEEDS from E. S. NECK, kill, while to-day Florida palaces are
of the civilized!: world.
Bart hands has accepted a position in Candy. Don't bny Trahy B ntI" instructress of physical culture poetryof At 5WcLARTY'SPopular Grocer. Lemon street A new stock the envy .
the I of questionable ingredients for the motion, and refined fancy and ballroom ) just received. Florida ha a tUI.'li.h : injur.ouIlegialataou.

sty children because it is heap. It is not d nctag, has. decided to open a Cash Storetrees I We want QO ,nore of it tu

Captain C. J. Joseph, of Gainesville, I I good for their stomachs if they eat It, &ehooln Palalka at an early date. She Professor Jules Etehe.burger, the shape of a railroad cOJUO MWD.
his Patatka friends ---- ---
was among yesterday and nOQey wasted i! they throw it has'been by the best of ImproTement
who were gtad to see! him. Captain engaged people Levi Brown, with his force. is layIng Piano and Organ Tuner. from NEW Shoats Gets a Shame o> Kin
away.v Get the from E. J.BITH' .
Candy ,the city, and will instruct in all Fourth OBX.KANI, may be found at ilcsHogao ,
a sewer on street, across : fb -
Joseph obtained his title as com Under *. special! or OIDluandiug
Candy Faetery Hare 0o nawortmentof branches. Boarding House. He offers
mander of the U ml.y: Guards, and i FIHB WORKS in the I Omn *. Let is also making Improve his services for the winter at reason f < tuner th- (i-o i City intr-ie
when he visited the Armory last night dty. Miss Crome comes to Flow highly dents oIl the east end i>f the ex'en- able prices.. Also teacher of 1'iano t: wire re
him three beast recommended from Mrs. Heftel and slim of Madison street, which_ has recently Organ. nolb.1m Itl"1,I. o'n"k' for trill < '. al* ..4; t ,a

"cheers.the company gave } I Fox FKKSH YEAST CAKBJ, guarau.1 I other members of the 400 in New been opened to the c.innty .-treets coin: h.::, .1 -f.. .f ;.-
1 aoteed may he cared fr road. the Height The ART or SIMCUNOTAL6HT : '
I among whom she Wit engaged Yt.I on county his .' wi! 'I If"1 ,1 AI
Man i* a curious anima!. If he waw I.lloathea and l Weller & Co. Cue tb m from the tone of &the letter prisoners are working on the west YlilM I I Arrn"lT, 8h ft-o c::"..' t',

not woul' \ he consent to live in a count a trial t.lt.lm i have seen her efforts were highly ap- end, sad ia a very short time MadisonWill ANNIE: L. MiTCHKLL i colored rasa, who elwos<; rid! tj wit- .

ry where the mercury freezes and the !'I preciated there. She is a graduate of afford one or the bet drives in t'A LA T&4, FLA. IIWNI the.p.'nhQ' '.'..t''I d S .0'1,. ,'I.ci.i
Pat the vet v' Rest on your Tables: aof ..
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drift dozen feet deep at a time, town. .11.J"'lf 1'
a
n01l\ I the leading professional schools ofFoiand _, : horning! w.tr : "
itii'n he mold steal couple of moles, Tennessee Tinker au,' b'ts :f : ---- l n..r,11 w.rr.' ... 1.1 t ? < .:i,., ,.'1';
ILIN S. d.v'hi !! and the Grand f'-. ''a House > 3Tlhe tu-st N EV ,DRIED FRt ITS tirc lln E. s. NECK, ( .' r .
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home-'weker's tick1! to 'F1\f'ia i' S
r huv H 'fiery pro I'
i -- I.ridonIn of th Siason are offered for sale by Lpmtu l street, for <,',>o l, FRESH (..\il I I'
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nil see r her a-abloom the nj"'r 'i.t: at fllff *!'I" -t'
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tI'i )rIra. Tn>n' re:-'When we were liMIt r terms are reas.nub v', and mat DEN SEEDS just received. I ,
WALTER THOMA*. 'f
like tha a N c
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Eschaii: e married, HIT von m\er utttrtJ: a 1 be'n4' l>v addrCfc!S4 htr Unough the --I---- -- .-- ----- ---- -_.-..----- ,, .
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Mr*. 1. \\'' hafts, of Ashwille >, I!I {.?roplaint. Mr T'-"Wh i we,wore i f naU'fhce at Pslftlk Christmas Holiday Goods One Good Delivery 11.k. ltuJ h<* WMI,,' U'prPm ', :

(.' auj ,; in the ity )'oUrdaj', to j first married J me 1 had cash enoi: 'ht \ -- .- -- W,. have! just opened our new ho';i- ; .
uifnd 'the Rick bed*',ie 1t'I Jut 'ad ," \ E.LrTW.'nT I: Wagon and Horse foi ir' *
r.lo I. hi:
i % lay: stool n f goods i which will:1 II t' a :a eatenij: f"' !" '1
,t -of tier: mother, MM: I. A. Dcrhe \ ." ( ._--- 11A1"F. x NICE Livfc. OFSTANfAR1) .
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cheaper than the cheapest: aa.i at: I p 'eketn| ;i" xl
P,:attta friends of the family will\ ,,* I 1 I sale cheap.
At the fai! !" nise'irq, held at PERFUMES AN1) ia
factory prices, We ate ready t( -tl! :rum thr tn : r" : + +
t... ?lad t.. earn: however, of the e-":T ':, '..it"teu f': tasi thet !
; a Saturday says 1'1 H I.E1' WATERS, Chmsma presents such as bicycles beer c.1\ '-rt-- I -e :
!.,t\ 'e itui in flex.:\ .f M t,..! iiiiu ', i I UfThIr SIEJDY j8drtetts '
,014 < t'; t >"crnt Cm )rUilosopher, .U e Presi- .'Y ere B>'t Mike), bicycle sundries, toys, fireworks and A '5!! eve d"r I'd'. 'j
; Do ., : i;i't l -, I1!LUhy ,tau: '? : (U n I :, \:- 1..;,.':,delivered an ex,;{> leati ed scale a ,I u: Prf"tat,. tae.ru ._ halal? I.t f
novelties on an traumi
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ITT IT IN F*';TY BOTTLE" i SUITABLE r '1) by Curt-poet. "
::t'i t:1w '. '
agtea' i :i : In +-t and Frost Protec-
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: onn factor pnee.. Call find e'". The Lsui1iK nests or _etoy. t ""f..rli': "- "
i-oi. C iiu:bTMAs PRESENTS. meat for a :;,.- (ILerfa..tlt21
;the more rare'ai a jwi! !- m t buying ftwa: shwm CALL AND SEE THE*. .
.. t tit t111011'. RK. pucul he ,, ;r :<' t.nu: his I av ; dc.--t arWhen street <'-.-. nig Acbool and RJh al. :: t>\eclItC -
the better we lite it. P'<- w-'l 1 thin emrry Mt cay woak &I1gelttly., AfterfeV -Rraaotsa Taa htPMka nderrulls
pants 01 rrtcnerraing tl: "I ::
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*de. I. L Hili tL Fla. 'tresdsrst7iras
tale ..inMa Dr in need of repairs on typewriters Prof Perry Keener graduate opHiho -
more fully appreciate i he *iCrv&KlS a wen s by i tics#!Ifbun, ', 'h Jrnown ito
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Walker the adjourned till tbs bicycles, sewing marhiaatg. has located permanently In Insist having what call for
BREECHES. n 'll sec at a glance DMf kg on yea t. world-The. t'- v*: ti5O 5Oet..
bow carefun -they are made. When first Saturday to January. when the PDt, revolvers, locks of all kiwis, Palatka. and may be consulted at his ,when yon go Co nrr Heod'a Sartag- the strongest man <>i; .," :t'**." airs' the
Uwti-niower, umbrellas etc.,call and plate of business corner Lemon and rilta, the one true btoaj purifier and .
new officers will be chocenTbe See ,
he puts bit hands in the pockets bethfind tonic. champion strong wo uoti t the world. _
a printed guarantee which says: retary, Mr. Newcome: will be glad tee eee EDGAR LAKOASTEB,Lemon street, Front streets. Eyes examined free; nerve Tkf exblMtion: ba r'e-;r-d many e
Mttsf&etfen guaranteed. A nice stock
"If not t* represented, your money' have names of any new members opposite Garretl's drug store. All work from which to select deb tf Don't forget: that! S. E. Bond has flattering eo
back. They couldn't be more-they'll Carpets and Crockery CHEAP, at carefully executed and satisfaction bargains in dry goods, shoescarpets, press of the eoautry

neverbe less. Bond's this week. d4-lw guaranteed. Key fitUng and saw filinga Scorcher: Popcorn goes fast. W._K.And: crockery.. Go and te* them ar :'. ,' t rat, oy
specialty, no244f! -Coffee. dl--- he Larkin lot, this evening at 7.20.

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From Our I>er>Ur Correspondent.WAzrn ,

FDPron-Forsoma ttme past II |'I oroa, D.C.,December 11.

,.\". bet a render of your \velc
journal, trot i among the it"ms tberrin II several more Senators it will be unpc t

I haTe b**-n Attracted by a writer undtr Bible to pay a tariff dividend on the inI -

.r the aseuiueil Ddme of "Fred. Da'ktn I vestments of the late campaign." IT i

..." Who 'hi, "Fred. Dawkins I While! the above is not the exad Pretty acknowledged Things in headquarters- Lt'

Jnf. M 'Y' The on):' dew to bl', wordiug of the message sent by tbe ''

. i ideality Icaudraw from his wrumzlb iA caucus of Republican {Senators to King I

"!: lit i* one of the alm-defeati) danna, it .contains the substance and VJ MOL IDA Y PRESENTSI 9 V

s Dtlmoerea. | real meaning of the request of the cai .

No". Frot'" he reasonable. You cus steering committee that Mr. Hajji a

BIT UM Ctt t' u l,1 l the Uepuolicau pany shall try to "influence" the election .'+, :ilie cause uf wk VARIETY is large and sure to please. Being thor
h to rooQf'lle tta- Senators who will pledge} themselves I to J

it *strike." ? J,)u'i+ you i-ememSer the: act with the Republicans on the tMiff 1 TIlE acquainted with the people and having the opporp '
mined lahoiof ml of visiting the New York markets I have selected i ;c\
r gnat tnfce ibdt nearh in several States. Among the Legist: I.JKJJ
largest, prettiest stock ever brought here.
people of :hi cities? If that wu Lures upon which the Republican Senators L 8 fi11

w not under a democratic admtoirtnitMH desire Mr. Banna to try his "ii Q'co9 j)

theo tell l roe *'dai it *.S. You nay tbifcjrtiblicfct. fluence" are those of .North Carolini .

pa.ihas ditfchaiged wbli I Kentn Washington and Soutb Da-,: Newest and Latest DesignsIn

officers iu Cou>rre M, and In th.ir etf'ad kota. If high tariff Senators\ can be secured CP D

has stated D.grooa-"not for the love for all of these, the passage: of a In Gold, Silver, Jewelry and everything else. Lrrge

t&ej bare for the uegiocs, but throug b high tariff bill at the extra session of irri Stock to select from. Come early and get your choice. '

batted for the South" You speak a the next Congress will be assured U Safety Comfort QuickTime' low Rates.

though there were no llcpublicanswbatevet'in Otherwise the matter has been mad ;;|jj R. J. RILES, Leading Jeweler. r

the South. If they (the very doubtful, with the chances again Finest Culls.and Service. Xo Trmntfet Between Ja ckM iTU]. and New Tork

Democrat) have hitherto predorninaied high tariff by the action of the .Unr Tte-Fleet Ia of foJlowlag Un'iom*New Steel Steam n
It- ''' ;- I <,*- 1 r:3 ri'r-/: \'._ "-r 'L'??_.j-.jI '- .gSfflIt compered :
-ib rough the last statistics, we Republicans in declining invitations to r- I I-I '_ I !J' H

ixrtice fc. ,pietlv good number of Reputtka&rat enter the Republican Senatbrlal caucus COMANCHE_ (new), AICCNQUIK, IRDQUOIS, CHERCKEE, SEMI OLE.a

an event You say that any;: While the caucus of Republican Senators TnilEE MAILINGS A WEEK from Jacksonville and New York, Callingat

one who weuRl like to be represents did not by a formal vote abandon Will be Well Charleston both ways. For sailing dates. consult A;ent..

in CoD grew by a negro had better gepackage
the Dingley tariff bill, they did wha
9 of "diamond dyes" and dye< was practically the same thing whet To RememberThat CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.DE .

mmaetf black and be a'-black" at once they referred it to the steering committee ( B tRY LINE.)

Well, I am not partial whatever to tbi .
and empowered that committee toad < COCHRANEawak I' i I' hU .

'ntor"bt.ck," and by no means to tbe< upon its own jud ment.. Pressure customers and the people gaerally,.has secured For Sanford, EnterpriseAnd

black race; bull believe in every"tul from the woolen manufacturers may] the largest line of .
bottom." Th Intermediate Points on the St JohnsStJ
Bt&ndirift on its own < compel the Republican Senators\ to I ,

negro is a r '<'o,r.ni7.ed: citizen of the demonstrate by some sort of a vote, ---HOLIDAY GOODS---
of Ja.clisoiivilleOAPTAIN
be treated !. City :
a railed<1 RiaU-B, and l should aisicb. not necessarily ou the bill itself! tha *
The ft'Constitution the United
the Dingley bill cannot pass, but the Ever brought: to Falatka and has an elaborate display at McLarty'sold W. A. SHAW.
h tate WTO practically that the liberty bill is as dead as Ben Harrison's force store, Front street where he will be pleased to receive visitors.
fnrai foot of Laura street at 3:90 m. on SCNPA\>:
Jacksonville
.> vow hirl; !ll b. ridged, no matter Leaves p. ,
t bill l, M> far as any serious attempt it TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, for Palaika, Sanford, Enterprise and
NO BACK NUMBERS.
.lijU Uic u...,! iI,. Then, if they arc pas it is concerned. Tha Republican NO OLD STOCK. Intermediate Landings; on the St. Johns River.

l cilUens, recognized citizens, allowed couldn't it if they wanted to, and All fresh, new and late novelties, which will interest both old and Leaves Sanford 9 a. m. and PInterptioe 0:80 a. m. MONDAYS, WFJJNES-
pass
t the privikpe tit voting they should cer very few of them want to. This was young. Come and Bee them. : DAYS and SATURDAYS for Jtcksouvitye.ener .

1.)1); 1...-... a ; :.ncij-ai in the Congtws; shown this week when the till was before I II I O Paiuienfer and llcket Office, 118 '''. Bat .tr**.t. .ekaIJJI', Fla.

for if they 1 rich degree of education the Senate for a few minutes, on A. J. COLE, GeltuaJ FtrttaffT Agent, >'. )t. Jr.(.' )'< MM P. JR.. J''a I ;... .Alt.,
B HnwHic Green. Mw York :4'Wm' Bar St.. 1I\boa.me: n.]
and attain. tiiability to place them io Senator Alien' motion to take it up,, 131. L. MILL P )to IL CLY nit, A.T. M. JCO. J..}low a RD. -
should! be allowed I Bowling Green, Kw Totk 11p1.54Jaek.tavtnetla:
r..ii lnatiu( ; i uicy which was carried by a vote of 35 to 21, U.b. C. >>I (K, o. r. A.. !'J. A. lEPLLK.KoKrlitUi>4i
the sage pr \ leg. at white citizensportically. which existed I28o.ieMwareav 7riifadtrbU. loot llogaa 6*., JacaMK>ille, ;lea
the consternation
jy THKO. a. UER.T. )L a 1lo IDCHK n KewTork
p the Republicans who had voted Maker .-
among I Mattress UpholstererEstimates I'
"Fred. Dawfcios" plan for tng ,that 'or the motion because they were 'WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

t In Here io uogro representatives is ifraid to do otherwise.
L2 So. UtJ..An r naI.lp..a n'tiowitaGir _, New r.rk
aud now I will prescribe
pretty tough, Representative Stokes, of South!::) Car- Furnished on Contracts & Buildings.
for the advocates of his doctrine -
theory
a
lna! has been served with notice of a
: They should "clothe themselves double contest for his seat in the present Job Work of All Kinds Promptly Done.
i skiD and take one wild leap CENTRAl :
f in backward tiger into midnight barbarism I and in the next House.last Dr.with Stokes the Office and shop at resident Second Street, between Reid and Min.( I FLORIDA JNINSUlAR R, R,

came to Washington year : '
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You say {wi. don't think the time election.will proper certificate of election, but his Oeutka pa1 :" M Florida and Northern A nd Florida Trunk Line
lie :: betN'f! LOW since -
.ny until McKinley eat was contested by )lr. Johnson, a TIME TAULE IN tFi hn ",7?. 1G.!)
No, I don't ei'h-r' not Republican. Finding nothing in the I nearly a week. stopping just around the --
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takes his seat; then, maybe, times will case upon which to base an excuse for corner from the hotel at which Speaker I h h ;. I = f ..5 .:.1 ,
take on a more reodolent ap- I I P ALA TlfA( :; ;;
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begin I \ 3A,7 xoa $
riving Johnson the seat, the Republi- Reed makes his home in Washington, I jg I w A I ;; f I If

pearance. cans of the House declared the seat va-: without receiving a call from Mr. Reert, I :.. .Y -----f--' f.1
Zulnia\ is n"t a faction woman, nor floss Uanna decided to call upon Mr. .+.1 I Uip .""'I eis& .. LY ,J to o:: .... 9 12.1 ".I. .
I ant. The two men were again candi- ..' .. '. L\ St.. 8S1 ,. .. .
tin aspirant! for domineering power; Reed,and he did so at the latter's officein I' .. ..16.4"'to.. Ulal",,,,; ,, ,.1,. .... A. .' -Maa . L4ttl'l .. .. ..
tales, and Dr. Stokes was elected to the In view of the humble ... ..r. ; t,4..,. ..... .arj I .. ..
neither does she possess a mania to the next capitol. I .,. .I.f .1) .'.". Ii Lv ......I. .. .... ....-....
and also to the the direct floe :
of Republicans -
make her be vacancy manner in which most on I .....I.. '191Ap Qe: 1J I"i' ... I Ii f'a' L' OOa ..... fjt1p.I. .. ......
vote; but tbatjdoe* not any louse. Johnson's content depends waited upon IIanna this call mu t .. .. .'. Ir7At!11 pyE' II 4V 4"lp LT s., Ar "I; 4'aria! 4 !;'pl ....... .
her him I m I I la 8J>. At lair C L, aete :
less diffident in little to i p
tlie express have been a humiliating of trATel b&lrraaa] ZOTp IPI
acre: npon the Republican majority a'' :::::: ::: I-.z' ems Ar An, a : : ::.
opinion and discuasing the matter. Of but that it was pleasant to Tom Reed : ...... .... r41p.!Bl t-b. WH'p' Ite (, t'i 30P J 13'" "
she ban it does upon any evidence he ex- certain. .... .. ..... Hip'" 3":1.| : : .... (;01 IH' '' ... lte4i I I .....://iSba.. ..
course a partisan by sentiment ,but New York rts"*" t> .:.4.! .part. gS 4. . S .. 1"
>eota to produce. -- I I11 :::::: :::::: ::'::: 255 i *>p :: : :: .Ache eNC :: 20. ::: I I" ::: : ..
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doe not care for any downright political voiced the senti. \ Eyes oa the South. ...... ...... a -af,. ..... II Chad te.NC.. .....,19M .. P 2'Ia!' ... ... ...
ar'umenLThe Senator Blanchard ...... ...... t8lp 2 W5- !ID10x: ,,........ .S.LabaryYC.. .1... ... ffti.... 11l1a' .... .. ..
neat of nearly all of the Democrats in E -Gov. Northsn, who has made ...... ...... < J2tp; ....1 .. .Off'enllboro.NC.. ....i7/, .... .1 01f.p & .. .....
Ocklawaha School is progressive visits to the West in hit endeavors ...... .... resspa.nU Jcki 1 13p .. .... ... ... amp ..... 0 lOa. ... ...I......
both branches of Congress when he frequent ..... .... .. '00a''3B .. 64p .nanrtlle.v..I.... '12MPI.. ... fOlIa' ... .
wonderfully under the judicious : I. to i induce immigration to Georgia Havana .. .. .. ...... llRa's* SSRp..l. .: .. ..LJnebbwl. t'a. .... 44101' .. 3Ors: .. ... .
of Mr Ilobbs. Mr. Hobbs aid: "The Democratic party, whi'e.beat.en ...... ...... a Sbal-= af"Ip'.... .. ..lbarloU.rtI1e.. ..... .,2 .... ''J ibpe4Jau .
III .Demerit Is confident that he shall, during rper .. 15.: ..Iao43al,.. .
tact and governing : in the recent election, is com- :::::. :::::: a/6ak+c} ii :;.:::::\ : .Waahtogtoq Baltimore ::. : ::::::Iil 42a ::: S op : ::: ::::. :
possesses great organized and full of hope for the th j next twelve months, receive raany trJacksonville ...... ..... It i3' ....... .. ..J"hUadelpbta.. ...... ..S & ...... 'S5pi430p' ....I... ...
for his pact, VJ.A. ... .. . .. .. ..... .. .....
p )wcr, which flu him well voca- first class from that section. .. ... ... .. ....IJ 4 ..\ewYork. .. .
uture. It simply bides its time. ILIaa immigrants t ....._ _._ t Oop s= .. ......BOftOD. ....." .....Sup-------. I- t Oil1 '" .
tion. lost material which can be The South Is now the region to I
A J Matchett and wife are visiting some AIM tare igh fltt\n Tampa and New York
pared, and gained lots of friends, ad. which the eyes of the country are 37 and 38 carry through Stepper between JackMDrtue and Tampa and Ir.w York.
Marshville. I Elegant Through Way Coacbe JaekaonTil to Cbarl tt. Dn >_ 35 aid 36.
lerenls and well-wishers. It has turned. It is only necessary to let the
We regret the sudden departure of truth about the conditions here and
Iways been a party of wonderful recuperative plain j I Tampa
Miss Cora lirinson, having gone to It will be ready for be understood to attract thousands of C1l\-cI\ JACKSONVILLE.. HOLLY BPR1NQ3 KOUTE.If .
her home. capacity. .:.-3 I upU* and Kana u City.No. .
Marshville -
ho fray in 181W: and in 1000. Woe to immigrants of the right sortpeop.lewho Key West ..- Chicago,Toledo, I L Si .

Mr. C 11 Ilemenway is educating his tbe Republican party if it does not will simulate with us and helpus 11IS7a es7sS a!!\ Detroit.Lmatnllle OeTrland., 1Ii&llh-1 I t 8..s.3 3. I I.<5"..!;:> 36.1 I No. 85

"ox." He has sent on for a Webster'sUnabridged of this Ttlle and IndianB3 -!;; '" Z .
develop the vast resource = .... AI tOOara
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mate good that dangerous promise Itbas Railway.A I 4.>" L1'.JaeUODYIiJe.
his JI.poU"| I'.s .... ...
Dictionary to'- use iu heralded throughout the land of section.-Atlanta Journal. e I S S'00am LT v..Trmingham..Lv.Atlanta..Lv; MBOpmSSCrim

library. A 1 IS.m LT.... .HcJly Spring.... LY 7 Mam
irospeiity and good times." I 6 45pm+:'L oJ bon UMJlr tooaiAr. II ... .... LY..5L Ltr.it..Lv... .
Well, I suppose I have *a'd all that Bucklen's Arnica D-Ive ( tP4lp oapin ". Everett .. .LT| 643ai Lr..Cliloago..L, r
t too. Senator Quay has astonished those The Best Salve the world for Cuts I .. 1 beam I.u... Macon. .J.TI 1 40pm 10 2Sp :::::::: LT:::::::::Lhibwine.::.: ::LTLT .::: :
is expedient, and probably more in n ti IaumAr..Atlanta..Lr1010pm, 724 .... .... LT ..-.....81QUX t '.... .. .... .. ..
IVrh.ip "Fred. Hawkins" can say who. thought they knew him, not onlyy Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, .... 44Uui LT..Atlanta..... W 60pm BSai5pmui > 40pnS20pm LT .... ... ...ArblSpRa
of tactics he has heretofore bouthLino .... .' lsbpwArClutanooga.,/ <* jc-stop ,::......Mempfiia m..... ..LT.KanaaaCitr 6 9pam
his -
whether h ve or not. Well, Fied if > change Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, -- -- / ...... .... .... -MAamA8HKV1LLE
'yon wait to retaliate why Just "shoot been the most silent of fightersut Chilblains, Corns. and all !Skin" Erup- ::::::.1 f23pmiAr/4ipm I Lv.Cbattaaooga...;Atlanta.... "I.: m -:::::: i .

'em acl"08.t" bat be careful how youZUUNA by the wording of some of his pub- 'ions, and positively cures Hies, or nc rhrou;h ..... TIOamjAr{ .Cineianatl.. ..... ......//1 ROUTE .ySot. r

." iihed interviews against the candidacy pay required. It is guaranteed to rive! tho: -
boot. between Jackaon-
Perfect satisfaction. or money refunded M and 35 carry'Cincinnati and FloridatoitodSoMVwtlfcttledTraiiia Through hUman Sleeper
Wanamaker for the Sefl
of Mr. John
--- --- AlaotiwCin- and Clncianati.

K I we were not proud of our reputa- ate. For instance when he said:' "In price Ackerman 25 cents& Stewart IUT :>,oFor druggists.sale by Florida ; "DDa&i8lMol-.errta .bhnnleand the .t.Mai I U'\plDI.' "... ..JaekMiTlfe. .... ..-Ar tOOamAri

;,: 'u and 'lnod name, then the DUCK- he United States Senate Wt have millionaires -.. ._- -- Heart M liy Sfe |>er 111 2IIpB:Lv... ....SaTaanah... .. .. 4SeainLT13
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CkiM eoaneettoM for Cbtea aand all WMUratet I e M&m r....... .CatnnMa. :| 47amLT'
% K'TX HPEKCHES might be less than and business men enough to .... Spartartww .. .. yOfiu
'.... etot5rmAL.... ..UentfenMTffieT ....... aeepm
tl.' bet interest in the wear of etch pair of needed who have no specialties Ask 1IutM..1M KaMaa City Weeper.whMi doe Ulpm Ar... .. Hat ertamTilta... .L vii MpiuI.
{ are lap A r...... .. ..KTUam ..... .. j Sao
all .. ma.** from AHxnt until I a. m,, II .... ... 1':1'
bre<<'helll--tab a pride in having bat who will act for the interest of the Paying ror 4 Ar.It..1..siaRton... .l1Acblaati... .. ....1.1"| flOptu bout

our friends stir that every claim we country in gross without special attiaiies. Doctors'B01AH1G rickets

make i, honest, every stltth is honest, The people most deserving of Xoa. 8 \a1 South and 1Tat Florida' and Kon.' 3
14 and
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ria the J T. & K. W. 13: -1J-
i very button on 'o stay, every seam representation! and most in need of leg. Bills La" I Day. Orleans _, 7. I Daily. __

perfectly wwed. That's our bait.le slaiive protection are the farmers, the ........I\ T LY..Ff't'1IaMtDa. .. ..\r. .. 5 Op,.
I' ....... t..onamLT........ ...... OaDakaa.... ... Ar .. ... 4 pwIlixw ,
small storekeepers,the arti -ans and the Vrite the General! Passenger. ".u I I.f...... / ................Jackaosville..Ar 7 Was* 3Sbpm
............. ... .... .. LT C4Saaa tlltpatlen
and stand them. B B B MMixn! lla< Ar Kaldwln.
:;. kT .it t:1': -it Hud the great failureof laborers, by BLOOD BALM .c the resorts ill! Ap.((11 Nk.mM "................f Htark.. .. f 1-a.: 11I.m
an The truthfulness of the above is unquestioned for Information. llaaill' Staaa227am ........ .... .. .W'a do ... .. :: 44am 1 wptntl
is to
a' 'H'.n:e L )w Is produce -- Agent : ....... f sle.1 :.....>... .....Oaftkarille .... ... ... M m''
that has! OH peculiar flavor of', but that it should come THE GREAT REMEDYFOR I I.' .. ...... ..s*... ...... ..........t.edar Key.. ..' T tam
emus* ALL BLOOD Aim SKIN QUEUES 111 ebsl J 4p-I I "........ ..... Hawthorn .. .. . .. a.... 12 i5pm,
ho l Fir la O-"lt.. A man came from root Mr. Quay M actonitbing.: While Hu km Ite-M"1T t..r4 by ..ta.1..s. ..v. 8. Coffin 6. D.Ackely !k untainresorts 1 ..., 141p.: ".... .... ...... Cltra ........ .. .. :: /Nat;n 4fpw
+t t... wt ta.-- tit ..c ... .. .. .. :
millionaire Mr. Quay hasal..y. Mr ... .... ... ,.. ........... fittftrtopr.J1p. I. 1 1
iMivpoix, Aii/MI, aud bought UMh not himself a P. 1.tt..N aal.a .Uo&II s... 210" :... .... ...... .Ocala .... .. ... .. 1 4bais JJ 6ro -
had the reputation of being in Mt-111CIoruU. ... ....."..1. ........ .... llompaaaaa .. .. I .. .
*' ,le on .fiManatee nursery man $ ULCERS. ECZEMA.: Gsaekl'1 Stl,' I4..t. Oral Pmfftp Ass untain 35aaw 6S> ".... .. .. .. ....WUdwood. .. .... ... 1101,. tlftolam
Ariiia.. He wrote me touch with the millionaires of the coon- RItEUIlAT1SM. CATARRH. ERUPTIONS. .'!hrbughto I 5.4taw U ".. .. .. ...... Lfof'ebuJ'( .. .. f :rluni
.nd took it t' ... all _.. .. ftr.4e. U&IUDDrIlanf'SI"O pa... JACKSONVILLE.Caveata Q I) 5"'.m 4?\pwl I ".... ...... .. ...TI n... .pow 'taIu
,
tllali Ih' i-oi-i" pro laced Arlr. try. r;ulh.It first of all a politician, oaES. T. i. ky M MM i I Y 141.wi, > .... ... .. Ur'anAnWinter ... .,.,
latter J ; ,. 4 11.SEHT ** i : : :: ; :::i
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M *rm **-* < > *w f I : ... .
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of wha'be nark.Laroocbt -- -
is make .M ID
e and neb apt ta use Hat.1IW Y e1 y : .. '
.>iron.aa (growers have"trn -1-1 0 't .. ... 10 o."u-.' scwlR. en 441am' 4JPpw. ........ ... ( atltee6,. |M I7ami
and it think to be UM most effective FREE wop4srtLcCnrs. CO ya1lam[ 'atIt. ...... .. .. .. I5/ipw I Sbaam'de
; >-ted( F><) LI P'1I1jIhate l put I BLOOD BtLtt CO..AUslda.CR.Pti'TA.UI -- --._ .4-a- CD c; ', &31j't t647am lepm' ...... ... ........ ('ttJ...... .... t 5epw "3IIUI1 --
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his ... .... lie 749
'ilhtsit, aurc >uil.; Iii weapou to carry f'GrpoM. $35p Plant<1.y. IB 0
,\:i''V I othe d,.. 0 CiS : 75ds. 70.w'.. ".. .. Tampa .. ." 7a7.exalC : :
all the itvtoluliom
t N\w York: : Secator Mills has !eft ... -
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'1 I me -- -- QC -- ------- -
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relating to Cub away b NIpIa f .... Lv Jaek!onTtOe.O ,. ;
t' -nil .v' .t., '.I >,nd } "MI Mate onih i \ ._ Q> 1J 45pw II"Ar., . a ke t'lar.. 3IaIIJ' 3.n. .rs'
.. ., bind offeiiojt one direction! tilt 'KlflamttttpBtr ... .UT... ..... . 4.... I Slam: +: r:;
". ttt'.I I t: II gu"rp I I by ) = 4 ..
t ,l )rt': ': I\ t.. :/toI.' I1Jpa .. .. ,._.:ysttipa..... .... 3..1.1I1ltt-'U I_ GI.
take poeet..h a u' c.- ... ...;-y. .. .... ... .. .. tnut! 'l4Iaa .
... t tt ..: I" have t 'iv.i.{ !n III., President to fafcibi* > .'>am 2.... .110. .. :.1. ;
'' > _' I. 1uD.1-I ,. .. .... .TUsbaw. .. .. 14.al I" :try m g. ; .
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Florida, : an i i'ie Flotida flavor. wtl' it I CuHaaad bold it until thr-Cnban ort .RtAL1 : c AGENCY.Ba. '-,' U I I. ..i; 431pw ."... .. .... ...Qttae .... .. .. 12eaao' I.OJ': wt5t5pon : .r
their __ ..... ......'EiTerSwOrleaaa 7sactiee... .. K lam S15.ml =
(_,.tIini' b-' "' i : <',1 \Ir ounletitued.jirUv >anizneh Pnllinaa II Mpnt ........ .. .... .res aewa... .. .. i Apa, ;,.srsJarkaanrklle -
a,1 fur .ht'1U better The Hews i* god right ahead p t'* .; ot: ;: etdam! i, "........... .. .>lobik..: ... 2 I
W I away': 'u a the Senate cal ... y rxx pr "ertT: ti> ....!!I': It.., ;;!nee b with ,pad Trade-Martca cbtr-aed and aB Patrj, i ,eo'J:dew Urleau '36awt. ... ... ... .. I 1 I..t. '.
in the lot bills jut st'tlwtq&h acted .
than :\1.' i.; i i ri.ije cuirkol. 'In cat bo cr Qii ;)e Moocftarc tits .
cedar was Bet already choked up wt i per--r I t-. 0rr1Ctl.OP OT15U.S.PaiawyOrrreasad --
nJ.hnodreil ,
.-Mao* 'Po v .r .1 "I : w.caaee nr* jauauaScad ACM tttoi ties thins
the last sessitt Track' la... Io11'ab' Dally exMft S Mlay. tOaMetxMM a*TMwta ft* 81.Fttenkng. River sad Key
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at gt--a.
-- -- B.... bilk passed : .a.&a. tit.>Te* rare t.T UK rcmoce k Mrlat.ed,
I nodel, drat!:n? cr TVMOL, with Two "' 1'b! t tile ti'aok: JH-: which barto't ghost of a chance t 'ly IRnandywtdt.tl.tl I I'f r.ry. RlntaMsal. > t'e atlvue, it patentiti* or out, -eneedasa.I R.alner. IT.I' cued f. oas-te!! fcbarre. Ov fee avot due b.1 p tc.t is MCwnd.A > awl Apatadiic'*a. ( oanerta at River Jtacttaa for Ckattahooehee KiTer rteamera. (,4IIIMCtiI at
('11' .l1rio*Jtlh 11- \i.-ii-i. Thorough get acted upon. ...... J ptvpMLCT, "lirWWOu-KftPnenU," ***' Oevlalor Hoitovaxaa.AI ,
; would tf> V eat ei aims ia ta e U S. sad torn a oooatnct), bag will be checked from Cnioa Ie f.L. TVketn will bo.* Id at the city ticket office,
rloadj not <
t .-a.ucd, 75 i.ms ; The tMQtItAtn >go tike I'ttkM Ueket ogee.
;, : W. P. COLE Manager 1e1l& free. Jt4iteae, let H.gan.e nt.ac wen a at Depot .
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MARSHAUIsTicket
Mahomet went to the mou.
l'>fr cord Pb -nv 20 hornet, to C.A.SNOW&CO. Meat; :,202 Treat Bay street, corner Hueaa.JarkaonTitt Its
Ottc, I T1>ue> Henld Pa.a.J1I11. !; .& O. MACiM KUGesur ...
no 17 BAOJCT BOB IXS. tale After remaining in WahlDgl ra.L Ha S. 3. rZNNIYGTOX.Tramo t carer. Agent
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w THE TIMES-HERALD, DECEMBER .18 1896.. -

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THE TEACHING[ OF CHRIST 1! ONE WOMAN'S RE-.:'R": 'M3VEUENTi : 1T: a woman who change her mind. ffsstsKJSKeK. t-IT"-- 1G3 PLEASE LET US GO AND PLAY. \ -

Tats yere incident is about the first

i! I JluKa ."-ri :-i,. ,waleevel 1.. .t., wDe ciiiol 1 a on iho ruAt of my recolleouous.: Tabules. TTfclla 1I'r.rkD.at 1D1 d....k tnJar,
i To. worl u k.n '" 'It's Ripans Striving to I'Ut re tkxi. I'Tk i.rfcl ao thm .n p akMMk. years an years ago when I'm ayearin. I bused my uw.*eld1 s > ....y
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11.11&la& .'11)0oI' abtaee Ik'oo IDa. Our company Ifmakin' a round What loft said ta ,,;,1.- -'ate

HE DID NOT COME TO ANNUL THE up at a camp called Pine Knot in Tentieseee :f Before ray hair had tn-..\ m gray,
Mary J..' aaM:","ou',* got to<;nli. 1 Disease! commaaly comest on with slight symptoms, which when Bvf&ra tinM'd wrl-ik: .mud BIT brow'
I organirin to embark ia the MPXic&n
tAw_Bur TO FULFILL IT. It seek a Mantir h&Utt" ne"ltfjteJ laafdvtainexteataaJ graJailly gro >rdangerous: MPtoMi, nrattvr r., n.'t' "'P p tta now,
An the..ta Ink .- urnt .7 pipe.Laad. war a whole lot an thin out the f F.l Bat let 111 go and ;>uTbfir > :

Mw I aetchud to grub MlWL greasers. I If YOJ SUFFER FROM HEo\O.\CHE
I
OYSTake RIPA'S{ TABULES plaintive Tvt
.ar' My oJp mj "was By Jol 'No one ever does know why I, personal I PEPSIA or DIGESTION, I'rom..* adjoining (chaml r,nM where

He Condemned tb.e Practice of and li pain: you tu.'> kaovr: M sq.86e declares myse'f in on this yere II: If 11' \rJ \T : Jkth wite and ebildrra I iuJ MM
Long turmt H nigh *r aMBtth ergot embroglio. I ain't bigger'n a charge of hav A tDISORIDERED UVER.I -or Take RIPANS TABDLES Whets aaated la my .w, '. n<-.
Continued Prayer in Public, and 8euc a wise hl..Ua nary She kW e4 thus taaurri y..i.: ; 1 they
powder at the time, an am that limited It CUPLEXlIJ 148CFFEB ULLOW' mt.b abort ,
f Jur er 'J' ioyoao "t' *.r "'-.,
Set the Example of Remote Vwkl. ao mom *B JM a puff .ir t1l'o- an to statoo I has to climb-on to a log to DlSTBUi urn EiTIIfl Take RIPAN" TABULOO IIfte7 ooold not ht-ar MY. r" rzciatla.
"
Lan I Mgr. !>. % ever ttliAn ; that '
get on to my pony. wv roali 1)1." I
Pleading with God. a pi p u.n.1 temKbOBTT setetwods r.rOFm, BUTTS "2I>IRS | PIDJIMC!
.... Bat as I'm tellin we all comes Take TABULES' If O I
I Uno kill the aat y OF THE STOXiCU, lUlnlllJ Ood. dry that thou'e
together at Pine Knot to make thptrt.! Their lIub'rbr.'n( ye

Christ said "lie did not come: to annul Bom ix*-.'dey. :ho'Il 3 v ketch t *>! >'DM tidi a**to It,mat m1e, I reckon now thar's 600 prople tbar, as Rlpans Tabalea act gently bat promptly upon the liver, stomach Oan Tbeectrewne comprehend t',.:.t 11 :,ere

the law but to fulfill it." He wa.- ; An HIJ I ii,'iittld every day. the occasion an the intcnit the pnblio -I and intestine; cleaasa the system edetta&lly; oars tlytp_ odt, habitual Ob. Hncf U i.imt-r; t:\t wh y i, -c' -r, .for tog'.1

referring to the old M>*aic taw thaI : D *r hu*' The ootkok'aJ .......,. took in the business jest combs the re- -{ cMiRipatloa offensive breath and he ja'h'011' TABOLK takenat For Uae1r near ui' t ", ,ray'_ .

demanded "an I L. k>_t ere for an and a .
eye "Please lei oa find
tooth for a tooth." Or iu other word I "Tbar's a heap of handshakin an eating or depression of spirits, will sureaal qaictly: remora the gu. pi .

TECSXDER5 I GIRL. well wisbin gain, on. Mothers an sistersan whole difficulty. Ay, ia this life f-.a d-
He came to create a new law thu:! sweethearts is kissin us goodby an UDQQ'llJia w" ota o1a.iW
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Rip ins Tabalea are prepared; fr jm & prescription widely tued by
should guide the action of the world. while thar's some hilarity thar's more Oar blemtagi, u.u.11. wi''e
-{ the best pi/dlsiaas, aal pr.uer1C&.t in the form mart npprawl by When w. Scorn ntK-nii fDucn. '
of the action of men one to the otbt "It marK V1S that: rom'.nc! ,IQID'I sobs. It's, after all, as looks back'ard, modern science. .. F". I B..JUIT iu \V.> .' 11 aau.

aid place of the old Mosaic law H. to pal. on 1 1 > range when I wan thar," rather a damp than a gay affair.
'While all this yere love an tears is If given a fair trial Ripens Tubules are an iaf-illib. cur-- they contain -
His remarked the old rirttfetnun BMdiUtirelj
taught decipl the doctrine of
fiowin thaI'' a gent-he's our caEj jwho's nothing injurious and are ao economical remedy. .
"but. if M be I never aotoc 'em.
love, faith and hope. His teaching"were settln off alone in his saddj."'an GENERAL B'J" \

exemplified bv example. HP I They ,altorcly. gets plump by Eae lp the ain't takin no hand. Thar's no sweetheart -. -

quietly submitted to all the rebuff- night. i no mother no sister, for him. ONE GIVES RELIEF. II. Was the rtntto lreatd.an ,t f'dIdMe

fencers, and finally a horrible death a< Tbo old gentfetnan bad just thrown I 41 'No one about Pine Knot knows Kanptor: a derma lgni,

down a daily and even ai bespoke this much more'n his is "O neral Butler urig uapftbe employment
name
paper party ,
tbe hands of his tradneers, that men A quarter gross box will be tent, postage paid, on receipt ot SO
eoim-ft the of
and
I mad oti the turned page the i Bent; that he's captain, with the goy'n.i t.r pnsM

might learn the lesons that He had glaring headline, "Rosnane In Real i or's commission, an comes from way cents by agent at political O'q'1 f'.-!!I. r"v.

taught them-of meekness and implicit marked a gentleman w> .- ,zl""n
Lifo His recent literature was the! off yander sorae'ers. An so be sets than, Rip Chemical Co.

faith in the love for the Falter, the i evident cause! of bit! reflectiona. grim an solid in his saddle, lookin ,'.Ins many"" to tile Oomicrryof, active

Great Creator and Ruler of all things I "Of ooorM," continued the old cat vaguelike off at where the trees meets potttto "DHriag his" v.iin&iga for '

the sky while tbe rest cf us I is goin 10 Street N. Y. tM presidency on the 1.ihr '" set IN
His teachings and example were al!! of tleman, turning for comfort to his inevitable .1 Spruce e1VYork/
BOtMMd that the i Ir .aces of
about permiacua flnishin our kissin. repi
calculated a I t pipe aud inching hi. baJr mere up Local d will the Tabules! If to do
a practical nature, as i of "Ain't he got no sweetheart to 1 ruggls everywhere su pply requested: no. the newspapers gave J.i. !" tlt:16-: -
and shade the
guide for the everyday actions IIr me i I "of morn foto.the at sects porch.I degraded wish goodby to him" asks a girl of ;1 They are Easy to Take, Quick to Act and Save many a Doctor's Bll- tkm to the tabor ticket "...,"e ter
coarse fIJIOC8 m corn -
Fraying in ftocret HU great wa. "Ain't thar to kiss him He decided that this sho.. \ .r 0.iUtUme -
power me. no one
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sharp takes to denim doable in a i'TrZ.ZL: ; TSTSTLTTT.4-1';: ''TZ' T
for luck be rides ?" oe. Bailer: the circus mat tit) was a
manifested in deeds of kindness, WflN'done I poker game, or tbe kjrardo begins to good as away I ...
friend of General Butler, < t lu-
'This maiden's name! is Sanders :
openly. The healing of the sick come two at a clatter at faro bunk tbeprotMedin'a yere ,
an it's a shore fact ahe's the prettiest Sliest. in his campaign, I ttotwaJ
restoring the dead to life, and teaching frequent took on what yon Butler poke to him of .t of .
makes
female whoever
a -
all call hue of I young! Southern r
might A romance, an
the great hope for immorality buying \ moccasin track in west Tennessee. I'd I the n w ppeTO. 'Do es v,. tBailry "' 'l'f'\llh.\ ot
admit to hectic
they was likely ret wane!
that lIe came to seek and to mj'f Bat. BJS I states, for what a-killed my pony an gone a foot to bring 'and hire men tot.... r' nr stuff

save those tbat were lost; md if He one would brand an clean strain romance such a look Of soft concern in her eyesas Railway. to the pipers--we ca:. 'Im i.seesagents

shines that oninvited for this t though )'OUoaD ct.l 1 t.m: anything -
should rise again that He would drawaU I ain't calliu non" yere
lonesome gent. I looks over where he's elww'"Ihe
"How about those love affairs of
Him. your
unto
men THE SHORTEST ROUTE. idea was adopted ImD\ediatfily
youth?" I ventured. "They must have silent an solitary on his boss. ABSOLUTELY
He especially condemned the practice existed. "No," I replies, "he's an orphan, and Bailey was asfced to lifJ'P one of

of I long prayers in public place*_"to I reckon. He's plumb abandoned that hs press agents,"r a oonpl t rsK.ntho,
"Which I the
don't
deny,replied DININO CAH3
ROOK CAR
DRAWING ,
Txnouon PULLM4N
which he consented to do, n..1; aunt Major
lie seen of men"-and set the example old gentleman between puffs-"that away, an so thar's nobody yere to kiN

"f retiring to some remote locality! back when I'm it onlt in Teunewtee I him or shake his hand. THOROUOHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS. Hugh Goyie wbo re idt.: in thucitr
during limo off circus stan, t to report
"alone toplay." lie admonished Hi'dioi has; my flow r acented( day, But I don't 'This yore pretty Sanders girlanI'm
to General Batler. Coyle was therefore
pausin agiu to state thar'a nothin of
| les Mo prav UOCea iDgIY"-l!Mimpossible WINI. l lutliii', > n: untloe. Au even while the long horn about her pure corn fed NORTH EAST AND 'V&;T. tbe first'poll tics 1 pn'nt t ,':ulr)% > l
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th.
11 I' in r< ,iiij u >e vere young
/ lh k, A* the churches ot 'In : she was-this Sanders beauty I'm sayin .8 sorb.. He took hold of 'j'l Butler
: hum i ha in mind
I 1" I" us w my
ihtir 1.11 himse'f for SERVICE. boom and played it for all it WI\o\ ( worth,
;present day deliver lrap' \,1 JOr"II.iJIWt'lf) it, ouiena it'san looks at this party by a moment DOUBLE DAILY .
and ran the campaign on rpriDcipK'K. ;: .:-.r l'I1J"C'11it -
an then the big tears begin to -- -
Uc no doubt defined i prayerdesire : tt 'Ly I aJ+I lem erase, ,
talg p'session of her blue eye Next ONLY 21 HOUE3 JACKSONVILLE TO W ASBI1G 1' N. Ht eau M mnu t.--, inr lout
comet! "
of mtu's In ctrl nr 'rm a I.ucc. ,
she blushes like a flower an walks over v. ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YOBZ days ahem of the 8"h\'ri\l. v >.c duty
for all, :\ r f' ,.-.he grc i' t 1 tn t i ,.lv tf i w how I afore- ,
long It wax to organize Uutlcr J la"- m CM
this lone
M h II, if 1'd done played to gent. 10M Ve.lI1be1..4 Trite.octnpoad of Latest tmpro re Pn"man! 8lMp4nff ('ars aad motel Otm
:ng: ambition < t their lift I > "Mister she raisin there was not any or n'n' n <' c.:'b'
.u.b t 1r' iIgh! I reckon BOW Captain says, tag Cart Uroujh without ohaare M WmMlo taa. mietsaoreFhn.dehphrs
had ,given them His \lr"9ons ht t her face to him like a rose, "I'm shore N.w York sad Ute Last was aii insignificant affair
rot > 'd t tv.t a rowan or .
and px.ml't'--I.f'!' gt sorry you ain't got no sweetheart to say "The clulM were orgui .Id on the
precept I tf"11 due t "
1
''J 11 u > get
,
;
bt> lonesome that "THE CINCINNATI | FLORIDA LIMITED. principled and in the sa vs iy than
goodby cau8eyou're
an
n, )-t perfect, ibat : I tit 4, uon'/; Yon see .
villagers and balk n ir wrartt-
,ive of. mJ a'I l: .., ( I ::.1 v". ..1-I Jiir. an I will away I'll kiss you an say adios! myse'f. armies ....
e .utt "Will you, my little lady" says 8.UdV ftibiitedTralM from Jaekaoartl'.bo Q eomaasu via ttvrett.ONLY Atbllta&D4Chatl.a ooca. for tiuxUricaVor ciruus r> w.' .toir"J15;
hi t-sti'tM
.
: : art
an.'pi-
to live and do as d> tbe lonesome gent as be swings from his -that is hired for tin t.r.' :"ttY"'U'O
I I"t'J TO CINCINNATI.
t mi 'I t iiicounters. 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE
his teat:bine occupied in making the i ,:.- i" 'ft.! *
to
1 hem : pet saddle to the ground by her side aDthar'
user I know! my range, an ONLY 25 HOUR3 JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLB. ouiforma banners, Bnfr<, ,"* .,f", 'rt.rkparcncies : .-
p "I'll think of for Direct for OUCAOO. CLEVELAND, .VDIANAPOUS. DtTROTT. ST. TAVT. and! other paraput:,>n a of political
connection
Ii u l: (1. > day
ftally to 80 to8ely; ->w '" of pavi'i i o 1 attention to Jim's you every i
sag all potat North and Was clubs were owned .v Gitur.ilBatler.
that whispers when he kisses her
,
!uonand example that thi\ < a''r' ib(> an I1:.ni his trati an mine j
and, like. circus kht. were sent
"an if I come back when the war'sdone OARS JACKSONVILLE TO KANSAS CITY
SLEEPING
thai lIe hal 1 a '::. \ THROUGH
the woudroas things M' start
( I'Jllook for to the city where they were to c ouo .
you yere.
: tnnffles, brings Without eking "'a KTtt t. AtiMt* MifBUftwai sad MtmpW ,
To have faitb. unbounded and uninvr > 'The little Sanders girl-she was or two days in advance Tot r" i- baraiy _
,> IP" a Hill> which old San
iry
\ to become perfect, in fact iu ,i :,;0' i,ufur!* ou to us, the same shorely as handsome as a pinto pony- ONLY 46 HOURS TO KANSAS CITY. any political ovgaiusa4i 'if.'t\e' day I

and physical things. blushes a heap vivid at what she'a done which does not have a press sReut, but t
spiritual that 'a is rootlessan
a worn an fancy but looks tender. ASHEVILLE ROUTE-.Throws* tQ'1It".lJen d*Ur JaekwwTtlte t. there are few of themwh"> will ev r H i
Such, in brief are the teachings!!: of ouhUble as a pfOpoIitioa.II warm an Everybody (1Q-tnan.! via Aa'enue.lIaroath tbs
with Hugh Coyle. tor be com-
loolin while the in compare
on, play some onus-
I'bnst as 1 understand them. 'Always copper a female says "LAND OF THE SIY." biaed great expenenoe with intelligence .
nal au out of line agrees it's all right,
Cherokee Hall
one day when Texas _.
live to these teachings is impossible ---- --- and in
To
up was a mauaxt-r every j
heir that we all was goin to a war. "v.pet .
Thompson! is !latin bow his wife maltreats ror detailed laf"rnianoB M te T.tU. *>Mni* ear tt rvattoii" etc sr; '- 'n
until! humanity attain a state 'Now yere,' goes on Enright, at the lt. .** e"as eeme.Wstbingtou btar.
bin an tings In a divorce on him *nj agent of tb bocimR. Ha't.wAVj)? j _
Yet because of that I same time callin for licker all around
of perfectipn. down at Laredo. 'Always play 'em to Pafs i11 Weft Bay Street, Jacksonville FU Th Glamour .f IM..u"UM.
I F.orida Agt.
L. A. SHIPMAK
impossibility, is no reason why mankind lose. Nell, yere now,' goes on Cherokee 'is what you all will agree is A mighty W A. TURK S. H. HAEDWCCK II is laughable how the ci i,..uhl of the
deal love ,
romantio that Yere'a a J. M. OULP.
should not strive to attain themas as be runs his band over the h'ar of launch away.' Trade Xasger.'i; _11. p" A<*., AM- (,.a Peer -41- different nations in Africa, Asia u.ii
affair
far as possible. They stand as a Faro Nell, win's lookout for Cherokee, 'Does gets this lone hand gent who gets WaahlDr4Jn.. P C, u -. Wou. D C. Atiasta.'! South America are freqoenny' cnticiMxl

guiding star so far above our reach 'Nelly, yere is tbe only one I ever kissed by the Sanders lady outlive the -- --- by their papers at home for not being
meets who car be depended on to come more assiduous in looking after trio>
that we may never hope to grasp them; winner war?' asks Texas Thompson, who has
every trip. commercial interests of their countries, -..
yet our steps can always be turned in 'Which females,' says old Sam En- braced up an gets mighty vivacious listenm and how they are bidden to take pattern --

that direction; our everj-day life can right who's Aottiu tbar at tho time 'an to the story. by the representatives of other nations.

be made better; our lore for the good partio'lar young females, is a heap frivolous 'Which' he shorely outlives'an that The Little Putnam Saloon. i Thus the British trade papers held the
conflict replies Enright, you can
nacberai The of rainbow
sight n German and United State consuls
may be increased. Our hopes, our of gamble he was in the thick of tbe stampede up .
"illat.mpEd" most 'cm. For myne'f, as admirable example, and tbo United
in the
all center one
aspirations can too, time. I will for
every say
i I'd tborely prefer to try an Bold a bunch | States and Germany go into raptures
effort to attain as near as possiblethe this yere captain that while I wasn't
great of 400 -
ponies on a bad night than ride over ti-e faithful and energetic conductof

virtues and perfection, the I herd on the heart of one lady. Between with him plumb through, he was as Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped the Britishers. And ao it goes .Uo-

love and the faith that Christ has us alls, I more'n half finger the fee. game a gent as ever fought np billRe's New York Merchants' Re\lew.
one of these sports who fights aogoesfor'ard
taught us to strive for. "Pray without tions of a female is migratory, same as
buffaloes to his man. Tbar'81J0white Slur fil..". r.*orit. Bmlu
used to be before they was -WITH-
ceasing-"for the good, the kind the killed feathers on that sort They're game as TMrl'is tonal of he iu the statement
an sorter goes north in the springan 1\ pat -

sympathetic love for our fellow-men south! ag'in in the winter. hornets" An bad.' All tlio Latest and Most Improved Bar Fixtures.A tbat the book: most frequently

for by 80 doing we are doing tho worn 'As for me' fays Texas Thompson 'Which if be don't get downed called for 10 tbe library of Sing Sing

Tare taught to do-are serving who's moody touch them divorce none,' says Texas Thompson, 'an hits Finely Assorted Stock of prison is Charles Keade's ".N TPr Too
Tennessee alive I offers to he
God and obeying Ilia commands. For plays his wife is makm down at Laredo ten one Late to Meed." The same authur'a"Put
leads this Sanders female the altar.
it Is written for us to "love one another '.rou can gamble I passes all females) .. 'An you'd lose a whole to lot' says Wilk3 WklsUes, BHF, Dwjstla Aii I lajirtsi Curs TO)lU EI:,, El:. Yourself In His Place" holds the l
with the inmates
up. No matter how strong I holds, it second place in popularity -
; to do good to those that despitefully Enright, at the .same time raisin his
of the
looks
like on the show downs they out- priton.
use you." These are the com- lucks me every time Wherefore I quits whisky glass 'That's what I states! a _$. :E3EEREEA. Pe.01

mands of the God we worship.Let 'em cold an any gent who wants my when I trails out on this yere rdflnis- Street Palatka Fla The superior inventive genius of
cence. Females is frivolous) an plumb Lemon Americans is clearly shown in the r'!-
these reflections with to- chance with females can shortly have _
go you the same.' light of fancy. Now, this captain party port cf the rommwl r of patenta, who

morrow'as you go to your places of comes back to Pine Knot, say about 2,4 says that 1 82> foreign coaatnex, inelvd-
'Oh, I don't know!I' remarks Doc
worship for these commands are not Pests years later, an what do you all think ing Great Britain, GWnunr: ROM
sorter gettm in on what's a general -
alone for That Sanders been married and France have only issued trout earliest ,.
for the Sabbath ; they are play. 'I've been all through the girl's mighty ,
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every day in the week, every hour in herd, an I mast say I deems women easy nigh two years an has an infant child ai tUn up to Dee. 31 lat itilHl !

big as a b'ar cub which ia beginnin to patents against M1.4W Man d m far .
the day. They should be your life and I people every time. They're a heap finer A.
make a bluff at walkin. Now, on the by this country alcoe.:
i folks than men au faithfuler. W. Livhlgsion's
everyday
controlling -
: your
hope
Tout Which I don't deny females is fine square, an I'm as a'prised about it as t
ufe and a'l'! your actions. That is what you be-I was more'n s'prised; I was .

Christianity: means; is your rellgon! ,and folks in is they're says Texas fitful'but They what don't I'm allow-stay pained-I don't allow lookin over results IS HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN 'We\ Send( it[t FREE !

on a ts based your life action and your nonfiL You can both hobble an side line an recallin the fact of that b'ar
cub infant child that for all her blush-
happiness. You will never be perfect 'eta at night an the first" thing that -- -

bIn to carry the teachings of Christ into mornia strike you is they're when you rolls' out in the party in an all goodby her tears that an away kisxin, that that the captain San- fURNITURE AND HGl UflCOORS f Young and Old,

our everyday lives will surely make ', gone. ders girl cares a ho sha'r rope for him

ns better and happier people; make us I lr tsar do you all think. Nell says in a week. An it all proves what I remarks Handsome Oak Chamber Salts, cheaper than has ever been add n PAlata
Don Pnets to Faro Nell who's perchedup Ri9ici lit, B ia t the ?;scw?.
in fact as well as in name, Christian: on her.to(11 1 by Cherokee's shoulder, that while females ain't malevolent Hardware, Stores, Tinware, Glaaaware, Lamps and Crockery, at low+i ..

To the Infidel who may deny that 1 I 'what do youll think of Texas yere, malicious an don't do these yere pnces. ----
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(thing to peerce a gent with grief, their In fact will find BARGAINS In and everything want at any
any you ,
each a being as Christ ever Ifced on mahpnui of your MX? Why dou't you honin for yon I When a man haufTe! ", 'l 1 i<>. )ears,
'factions that is
earth I will say that it does not matter t I pint him to the example of Dare TaU away always nd all times with. a It vaku na il.at Iii.. ,is rule ;life
the trail an is prone to move camp. Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed.
an Benson Annie They all gets married I and rr bs him of all that :'y rnxkes
the '
whether it be so or not, teachings 'But bless] 1m. they can't help it
an tbar they U, capmn along as peaceful life wonh livinsr. if h> > wall ';:-ns -

;-'at are ascribed to him are none the M two aix.h\Xltt'nOD the same bell none if their hearts be quicksand an I Corner Lemon and Third Streets : f of a cuDph! to cure. a' ,' n",t po'-
Us sacred for libatea to 'em again.Vb reat we all ,
the
-s divine, none tray I don't mind what Texas says sr $ 'be moral c >uravi: shop Lot

bet contain a perfect guide for human nose, replies Faro NelL 'Texas i. all drinks with Enright, feelin a heap sim i downward co rsc.

avtion and are God given. They are right an oa the square. Ishpuldn'twon- I ilar. N'.i C: r I D. trtml u"r :' ,; -lecep- .-

the less worthy of our considersm der if this yere Mrs. Thompson does saw -'Whatever becomes of this pore .1 t'..r n"; t. U:'; o.'J' t. 'AC Mrou'dM : ',

cone it off him that I captain party?' asks Faro NdL .1I .. .,. ,
that dictates them on some shabby gettin SC IEInLE n. "U: 'm'ti!: to try,
for the spirit U
; ep'ration, an I don't marvel as his remarks 'Well, the fact about that cap :. pt iii ila;i hid, '(.. tu d.AY.
must have been divine even if our taiD,' replies Enright, eettin down hi I I
.
But as long as Cherokee yero -0'"; a. Una .ay ;J'I\ Ill'( U :I.a.
B.Me history be at fault. If Christ thinks I'm right I don't let nobody's glass ag'in, whie tbe same is the ; THi"i i'

never lived on earth His spirit must : views about other women pester me a merest incident an don't have uo direct Beach & Miller Lipe.
WEAKMEPa.WP
bearing on what I've been relatin ; the
tare dune so, and guided the pea that little bit; so tbar! ,:
lira 'It's what I says awhile back* interrupts fact in his case is he's wedded already. I J
wrote lessons to ----
humanity. Enright. Texas Thompson's- Nacherally after sayin "Howdy?" to vi'v, H'1 bmail, -tnto i

OLD Uon R. wife's motive, mighty likely, ain't in the little Sanders girl an applandin of Steamer Crostent.From ; ItTFLYrft.{ :.. 111 i', aiD pw.ksee, .:.tlf

ridnous hcim It's a bp probable her progeny, which it looks like he fully I -!t.owt-eFrL R HOFFMAN'S

PINE TAR SYRUPQ the truth i. know. batch* ain't imin indorses tbat away this yere captain Jacksonville A:30 L m.; Sm.rtj.Tt* 1ne .*y. a.w' 'r'idnyFrom .. .11' r. f:f>"OI( \TIVr. TAI'.U:1Y9::

nothin at Texas she only changes her gent hits the trail for Nashville, where CreeeeatCitTH'7i30- M .' ..ln %dv SUM! l aturlaye set i, t ter4lguaJ''ee: ; to pt- iran.utlyP'

his wifa's been kevpin camp an waitin i.Ot T IA, HO"D, 8&L".Ait.'IJ
ilcklr cures Coughs and Coldlsaweek' mlmi #. J. A nAM Agent )
'Now, nl>ont tb,> earliest thins; I r for him all the time.Dan Quinn' in FWhsrf foot of Lemur blr... !icy-WESTERN! MEDICINE COM
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OUR LOCATION FOR MASUF1UTUBI5G. I

THE TIMES-HERALD I' "

PCT LtSHKD FRIDA YB. "NOW WILllMG TO LiVIMi

.' A look at the increase In- our mann- PUTNAMAGENCYI '
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SHE TIMES-HERALD CO.-Publishers facturing interests since 1890 would be REAL

almost enough In itself to convincethe

majority of our advantages as a

wnCY: Ui axttoPost lassie BuBdine Office.Trent Street manufacturing city. What does the ....
Tho won- Known Now York

---- roll call in this line at the present time \ Morchant Beautiful Groves. Choice City and Country
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bow ? A well equipped pine, shingleand

PALAIKA, r LA., DEO. 18, 18*. crate manufacturing: plant; the Property Timber Land, Trucking,

;. largest exclusive milling company Httsch Fin s Hoalth in
,. .--------- -- in the State cypress; two railroad repair Farming and Garden Land.NrO. '

Rrro;* TMir ant:
IMMM. .. OlIfttl'RArTet Month, : shops; two machine shops; one power -

snbextptkae"Ia aJy&Dee. plant; a cypress tank factory; boat apes Celery Compound. 1Flv Mara; of land at Lake Como Put- or taU.- to the ett,docks and p.

building and steam ways, and a complete .... Cewitjr. on J. T A K. W. R K., sixteen an eleraUn* of eight feet aboT
akflta sesitll ef Valatka. Three acres Im- ,teJttwater... 1M channel rulll 110 nine, to he
0! It CLIMATE sash, door and blind factory. We pr.vt4.fend esntatntef 1\0 vigor.saa orange bank teat the flyer steamers can be spoken Roan
treee ..well aa variety of other fruit trees. the wharf There are 30 acres in the tract 10 of
have also two good wagon making )I Small otaJMtaMe tfweuinK OB premises,with a which are cleared, fenced and In orange gr W
Or course w e will admit that owing establishments ice factory, orange box -fc & s.'f fine clear water cake within M feet of the door. All the older trees are now budded and will
.'walk from the MatioB. Rea- bear some fruit the '
Only fiT.a.y.t1t.a. coming.ess.a. There
to Cf'rtab \ k.. conditions we are, factory and grist mill. What other ... for uriiiBi. owner to in tm tne$* in Pkl tk.. also peach, pear Japan persimmon pecan mulberry are-
visited IVfll Im okl at half IU nine t6I'AI cah.XTO. and grapes on premtees.
by aeevtre The +
during a dl' fide or $o, lines of do need? grove
manufacturing we t.- baad+Mne place near FrnitlandX now two acres in blackberries, tw acres ::
nil i ; we of a few days; but Many, but here are a few of which our > .Ung. !!t,Jhn River. 40 mlle..outh of ralttratioD strawberries between and four acres in track now under
tbe
PatatKa rows of trees' Thu
seoMMMS s
asd esaii) by dillJlc.amns. -
each tbtega are .>f such rare occurrence city baa long felt the want. A ginning Property oowipriM*' ight acree.11 acres tends to push the tree. to.snatarltr ant keep
of which are impitrrecUuMl set la 200 orange and them in a Yichealth, condition There u
with the possibilities
>>att IK t.rff> plant for the long staple calton raisedin nnraerr OCher fAil tree There is on the a ; rooms, connected or
and not the probabilities We can depend a good tU.Kxxa cwldeoce, good torn a latticed hallway with a commodious kitcheiL
this central portion of our State snout hoaMMi. Hood water Onto..r the SiDellC There is also a barn and Btablea XSxA a t>aeklnr

on a temperature' throughout the which now has to be sent to Georgia IncaUMMla UM State. fo.OOO. house, and MX30 numerous,with all appliances small buildings, a help. house All the llxJO

entire that at no time causesa \v O & Om of the mot desirable healthful buildings are built of dresaed
andgrading weather
year A mill for the hulling cleaning boardinc
.
1> boIDee io Florida at Kcuka. Putnam Co., and modern finish There is
a rood
risk of beaHb or occupation by severe of the high and lowland nee, on the >U.Son. IL li, 19 mile writ of 1-alatka. wharf and breakwater along river front private A cypress
Size ft lot 300x383 tret' all cleared and under
tank and cement cistern
extreme of hat o* cold. which would be raised much more ex- new fence. e>itut d between tau beautiful filtered water Row boats and afford all farm the best Implements of

Oar skies are nearly always clear, tensively iu our county were the meansat r44 clear water pearspeaches lake. ,ITtmtten gnaw' oranges*et In ,grapes.pluma grape. included in purchase price; s0.TO.

winds balmy aDd our fields and rntt, ete, all in Al condiuon Good two-atory 8.-Ten acne of high rolling .
our hand of putting it in marketable bOOM of six large rooms and t.t1elMtD; well flnicbed IN: heavily timbered, alf well fencidrpropN ,

forests green during the period called condition. The primitive and slow : ;4 #, .-kk-1' in northern style, ateo good workshops, erty located at Suuth Lake Weir Marion county"
j and will give pvrraaaer garden w>te, etc Price near the line of the FU.Sou R. R, and only a
winter, aDd during summer the refreshing nethoJ which our farmers are now silos, or will exchang lor Michigan or Chicago short distance from beautiful Lake W eir. boll
cooling property i very bar'TT aDd suitable for grove, or farming.
showers the always ;
forced to use from lack of modern TO 4.-A UTT,aere *.nnfB erore on Palatka' :sold;:: building site for a winter home. WillTO.9.A be
breeees from both gulf and ocean, facilities, namely-the mortar and 1., "etpea, eormaadtng a beautiful paa panoramic i for one-third iu value.
view ft Palatka- and at John RlTer
together. 'qt!. fie }ibuudaol prccipiU- pestle-is so wasteful and destructiveas Grove r tnt> -...i A 0 thrift}'. healthy tree*. A I 1and' kitchen charming.furnished.cottage( of Finely seven situated room.

Lion of deN ..: Il igli', cause: us to enjoy to be discouraging. We also need a floe stress building ear pass)hw..tit.n.Ute "rem.ex..,TOdinhr. f lfclCht ".W, healthy; I, on For the rent river's for the edge season, lust at at the f U.edge In the of the midst city lOt

the day and -e-' ool and comfortable plant for the manufacture of barrels, N Q .- ''' rues, is<, mlie. from Palatka; I a fine grove of orange trees on the east shore of
m bedded orange ke + 1M other fruit the rirer.O. .
at night. Th temperature in summer tubs and buckets from cypress and the trees, M.grape fruit f 'm. in' 1'ttajtra grape
> nee S-riioiu "lOOt barn and packing ta.-A ten-acre field of land,located at f n-
hetiht it does m the > ; cottage; a "
never reachethe making of one-quart berry boxes. (wwse. bvikiing acid fentt.e ali in good coodi19 : teriAil'belL Putnam County, fla., one mile
ISorthaJdV,', -, wtnr" fatal prostra- The in strawberries baa increased that, acre are cleared, a well of rood water from depot, fire acres of which are cleared and
acreage sad pawn, oa oue.lde' corner set witb :200>> large budded orange '"". There is
tions are of IalI.,. occurrence. We can 1,006 acres in Central and see io*. Priu'I'Ioo.road a good house of four rooms on property, and
well (totular) ot good water. Property is 60 feet
il' "' l.c is almost unknown TO. --Fi>rtj' acresaveacrea' In orange grove; above the l lake elevation 1&8dall1I
truly saj l dL : Southern Florida since last season. _N Maerenbare bern 'jn.er cultivation. balance : fee"t I
Will be sold for a song t-&OO,1f sold by >Ur'kTOhalf i'
in I ti: t "tit h and! never heard of Cypress makes the lightest and most / unbroken. On the northwest corner is a \
/ lake of fine water. Prow rty u only four miles at InterUchen
ITH"res ,
mile ami
in Florida. durable barrels, buckets, etc., of any r1 from Palatka
Tbe modt' is our wet or wood we have. We also have long felt Finritl.are thMthem budded OMB Grove mile paid to the leper north cent Mattrees on 10 acre.; all In fenced grove and all in buds good,some condition fruit a next Kelseyplums season -
;
rainy season, but unlike the..rainy sea- the want of a canning and preserving r/ Hone Aooo ten cm year premises ago.is nearly f8"OO new has, costing been refused.II.fluO. 12,peach guavas,100 limes pear.lllot\tJf, apricots bearing and pomegranates .
numer
eon of moat\ ,. n i tropical coantries is factory here. Located in the midst ofa Has seres roosa* and kitchen'; unshed inside. grapevine Two buildings <>n premises, of -'I',
There in perfect cemented mte-n at the house
a i
and and four rooms pectivehr, well ) .
tult
fall of water >i
not one continuous semi-tropical fruit center, where'five coal barn and also v <' nunodlnus parklngbou."t tight. Yellow loam, with red clay subsoil l tw.
mass of clop'*. weather. On the contrary different lines of railroads cross we All farm in i-tf nun j will be sold with feet down. Barn for horse; good cement cistern
I ro|>erty. Price, .1.JOU.:
I of the best water. Land suitable both fur
trim king
it is tiirecUy opposite. This may can easily give such an establishmentfrom With the return of cool weather hosts |'creased appetite, and furnishes the N'O. 7.-One of the mo..1 desirable homes in and orange grove This to the high...t >i I
I nervous force to enable the body to t iorl ,f-er., i i'..:.. : n it is a fact. Inurwarepreclpitattd our own farmers and near by of men and women who relied on their convert tbe food into solid flesh and "f J'cl.: b. on tfcf Ht Jo' "i RiTer '!"heriTe'M .:am county. Personal iirqpertreu t
I, ue nl l4t wear i' 'I hi-poi"t. and IT UJd.: ,k- t Price ai.uoo cash,or at teaM "ne halt ca;,
}o'lOi.'*aili' + trucking centers: all the raw material summer vacation to make them strong blood.

and the ski' again clear in a few hours, it can use, while our Slate and South and well came home still tired, with Of all thi menn that medical skili

the fall of water being heavy but of would consume most of its product. poor appetites and depressed by .the has ever discovered for recruiting, the
exhausted ent rgv ot the Horn out system ,-
ehort duration. Cheap water transportation direct to thought of the months of hard work Paine's celery compound is fir in I City ''>'h and l ir-.. !,"t h I' ton Qt 's is.1'a'lorn ear.ui for mann-

We... iu Fionda, unlike moat our wharves gives un access with low ahead.Theiroverwrought. advanced. The pallid face the pinched faeruriugn'itor-, ;:rl it Rr L' ; Wilt 'fir,1;-1 'O'sahlteh in our city coout>'. .J..D' of fll' .i",. r II'' 1 loa:' ias' n<>me 1 ever offered,
countries of little aliilude, have few tariff freights to all wholesale markets nerves and bodies features, the growing thinness and the both for hl'l 1 J h; fLn.1 "t'.t .nd rtnrsd lists of deair&ble bargains -

tugs, or milt< '-:77'1: !- ; we, Q'*T. The on the seaboard. to-day demand something more than a nerveless movements that tell the story R. .; f1 .. ) vet eu for non-reeideuts. If
of badly impoverished nerves and .
of the are Their blow needs be you tftv "J'.p I t s. ( I ac. I ''trang.-r may know of it
night, at a'! was/ins year Why do large manufacturing establishments mere rest. to braiu all these of .
foreboding aprroarhing throughw. (.ur a 1\ \r; J':: II i 1\':) raga charming hom' iuTUtabln
rarely overcast" I ; we have near v always continue to locate iu our swept of its impurities and the entire disease disappear with the a favur. 'j ,an'' I i I.ii I" :' ::t advantage, ,>rcnptive

clear, starl:.lit or Mfransniny dights.bliunacii midst in preference to other cities? nervous organization reinforced and I profound nourishing that i'ame's celery r".poud wi II .tt: 'Wf' '1 'ud illustrated i>amManager -

make a built be- I compound always' provides throughout plilnt of PaI.1' kl. a 1'itruu 1Go;
: "\\o.f aniong u- Mostly because of our progressive up by a genuine invigorator
the to the minutest
body, even
mfotafe in fi Tiling t'im' way; They spirit and the inducements offered. fore good appetite will wait on dige- I nerve filaments and blood capillaries.

think Fionda, having a mil w mt<:r, has Abo because they are not slow to tion and health on both. David Ilirsch, the well-known Broad- p. Co t

have au f\ ,..i.ig'v' hot umner Not grasp the great advantages of out location The bracing weather of November way merchant New York City, writesas ,

having spent a summer here they naturally as a coming manufacturing city of with debilitating summer past, and the follows to Wells. Richardson & Co. \
of winter not armed, is "I am advocating 1'ame's celery Front St. Times raid Bldg. Palatka.
fail auto th<>. ruistake of many; vast commercial value. We can offer se\enty yet ,
compound friends
because
the very best time for recruiting the among my many -
thinking pf haw warm it ill m their own the manufacturer plenty of the purest strength and getting rid of disease. it has done me so much good in .

a homes ao fnr to the north during the water for boilers, plenty of fuel, both Contrast the healthy, well nourished a very short space of time. I have been

Bummer tli.\ dude, from the difftreoce coal or wood, the G. S. & F. Railroad appearance of persons who have taken suffering for years from indigestion PILATKA CLAIMS THE JlO\OR. I lof a permanent organization \

in our latitude, that the sum- bringing coal from tne mines of Alabama Paine's compound with their former and all us consequent ills, siepplessnese constitution and by.laws was orepareu
included. I had about
bloodless nerveless condition I lost 30 poundsin
drowsy and adopted, new oAcers were '
e>e< UNI!
mer in Flor'a! 1 must be u&beaiable. direct to our furnace doors. Men and women getting along in years weightand was getting weaker and The hortlTln Soldiers of Putnam and a permanent roll of naembel'Mt/lI/!

On the funned by cooling Labor is also. plentiful with us more nervous every day. I Ins unable
contrary very find a remarkable increase in vigor County Organized the First'Veteran's was opened which now contains'i the
winds frou t'\u coasts both day.andtii ; and only asks for moderate compensation and a brighter, more cheerful state of to stand exertions of any kind, and I names of the larger portion of the sue-

h:, our st!:ti h'U'1 tJnptiralUr during while taxes and freights are at mind from the use of this great remedy. used conveyances for very short distance ,\U IAU4H1lo the Un'on. viving soldiers of the two armies, who I

(ill tier tlthrees and during the minimum. Don't mope along and submit to indigestion The year of 1806 will marx an eventful reside in Putnam courty.
sumoto.1 ,
I liver disorder, continued' "After taking two bottles of Paine' period In American history. It The following extract from the constitulioa -
the iegrew.' Our city and people are liberal and headaches or rheumatism. I'aine'scelery i celery compound I feel in every respect will show the object of the!

Taken .il: .> :, our fair Stale defies progressive, quick to see the mutual ''I'' compound will make yon strong better, stronger more cheerful and witnessed the closing scenes of a business association.

and keep you so. Its nourishing, willing to live: i will certainly never depression that finds parallel: in .
the world .o surpass Ud in an equable, benefit accruing to both in the establishment -I SECTION I."Object.The
health,making virtues l lave been so forget the effects of Paine's celery the commercial and industrial historyof
:unate where one can life here of diversified and
life-giving c successful object of this Ascot'm-
carefully considered, and eo exactly compound upon my system, and I nation It marks of
a period
moderately, coiuoitabl\: and have a manufacturing establishments.So fitted to the need of the tired, exhausted I wish to state that I am now past GS lion shall be to promote and Btrengtht

charming a .11P 3'mH home, and in- we say: to the manufacturer who body, that ita work does not have to years of age. I have traveled most all political disturbances in many national fraternal friendship between the surviving .
be done after it. It heart the world and I feel 1 government that either from comrades of the late Federal and I
cnase iu tLi wol :i'la good and OKI! contemplates seeking new fields in cures palpitation over now can Confederate armies."
tent. and heart weakness, feeds the I keep on doing it and also enjoy it" sympathy or interest1our own government -
which to move his plant and also to
nervous opamara so sleep becomes! nat Paine's celety compound has doneas SECTION II.
Ex-Senator Wa'vh bab temporarily I felt a dcfep interest.' It also mark:
those who wish (now that the period of ural and refreshing in-' much for thousands of others. ; 1 "To assistance
eusp ndud discussion of the problemof :, promotes lau( id the recurrence of the quaJrema'iperiod give and encouragement -
sixteen tout, and is eti* gwl in depression has passed) to invest in in the work of decorating ih'

elucidation the merits of the ueorgia manufacturing idle capital, come to our of our national election, during /raves of the comrades of Doth armies.

'tred with the Virginia selves. Of course much can be grown which the discussion of the financial and when permitted, to form A 'u.m'
potato alii comp city, learn of our advantages, locate FlorIda Orange Grower In Jamaica.FiorM .
tuber, for the t.liUcailoo\ of Colonel here besides oranges and I think more question stirred the people to the pointof of honor at the [interment of comrade

Cowardin, of Richmoud The ex- among us aud help turn the wheels: of Farmer and Fruit Grower profitably than oranges cou'd be, but feverish excitement: but in the pres- who die in this community."

benalor has JlI lK> M \<"lbmg to My with trade. There hs been considerable fn your no one should give up what he alroady The organization now bears the
regard to the 'i\O''UlII. When the has in Florida with the intention of ence of all these disturbing: cause, let name of the ''Veteran Association of
this fall the MUln.of
genial Georgian i" engaged in discussing The Tampa Daily Tribune, in speaking paper regarding \ coming here to enter into agriculturalor it be recorded to tbe honor of the surviving Putnam County." It claims to be 'ti-

sweet potatoes and 'possums, he is of the candidacy of Hon. Chas. M. foreign oranges as Flondas. horticultural pursuits without first tokliers of the Federal and Con oldest organization of the kind in the

invincible and hanumjjlv eloquent to succeed Wilkinson Call in I think we have shipped this season rooting and carefea.lv;' investigating. federate armies, that by their united United states. Steps are now bem,

Savannah News. Cooper from this island thus far as many boxes The, should have some capital too, in action, they made the year memorable taken to procure the passage of a bn!

: the United States Senate, say: "Con- of oranges as ail other shippers put to-1 o:drr to succeed. M a year of bappy reunions and recon- by the next Legislature of the Stale enabling

-- gressman Cooper is very prpbtar and GOLDSMITH II. WILLIAMS. cilatioos along lines of comradeship i the organization to assert au'[
ol the trance things m oon- will develop strength in the Legis'a- gether (most of the oranges from here like, honorable anr) patriotic. The maintain the priority of its claim.{

WIt' :Iu present condition of go in barrels) we not only stamp the meeting of gallant leader of both --.-

nca'l ID,.ua'r> i* that: so man) iron .ure." There is no public man in boxes, "From <;. U. ilubbard Ewar iiALE OR RENT. armies on tbe old battle-fle'ds during crOYIOY SETS Bermuda an'
Florida to-day more deservedly popular too Jamaica but also them in
wrap the early summer. Their
tin plate ai:ilf err surtiu:;;:: up with- patriotic Pearls, Yellow and Silver Skin. Now
than is Mr. Cooper. He has abiiity is paper with the same word on it. I am speeches and cordial greetings threw
as'-t m,'* from I the anv g ius-taktng, industrious, and has done I o; aware of anv boxes or barrels leaving walk from 'lepot. with flreplaeee an additional balp of dory over the

in the. hale; of mom protection. In Congress more for his district than I here branded Florida. In fact the cheap Apply quick. silent pas:* that holds the record of the ACKERMAN & STEWART,

the ..hoclI.ct; of Inxh protection name Jamaica is quite conspicuous pu Also choice land ana orange, grove atbargain. 'iauDtleM bravery of tbe American sol Lemon Street. Palatka, FU
to suet tl.t' t.soet'
any other member sent tbee. He the packages t ,her. It i is fact not
ain the >u.'nomcnon ?-Detroit a generally known .
: i shook develop strength in the Legislature It may be that some dealers in New I J. P. APPLEBY that in this great work of national reconciliation TRAINED

;; Fret<< *. ---- and if elected to the Senate York or elsewhere try to palm off the the resident soUeirs of IVlatka. NURSE.

Jamaica fruit as Fionda. .1 am aware BOX 4 RIDGEWOOD FLORIDA. hold! by right of onor effort the
would himself[ to be of incalru- BEST OF REFERENCES.
u rt hu: I hi l opi pnMU through i prove the was done last year to BOOM extent post of honor. In 1887 Veteran Post
... tbetr laNe benefit in advancing important but do not think it saiiefieJ O'Jewho : 12 Apply to any physician in falaUa,,
the No.
+'nt'Oi. day: on way Hr. A. R. Department of FlorIda
foUu HjulroJs htcome i interests that closely affect the peopleof tried to perpetuate the swiodl The I The Folly Nurseries commenced to preooat the importance FK MISS M. CROME

then : wilio hundreds will : this State.-Leesbunt Commercial. Jamaica orange is quite good, but to I of a reunion of the survivors of Terms very reasoeaUe.
re my surprise and satisfaction! I found Palatka Fla. the Federal and Confederate armies of toem.tm,
sats :tilt' Lt ..-burg last winter while New York that the I Heights,
in Putnam This was followed
cooatv. by
: The following frnn the Arcadian a 1 .
,-i ."u.' "' COIbUUndal.j consumers ulualll km' wlielhor; they m the It"tuiolm'n| of committees who Select Misses'a.nd

"' 1'. aunt! It aprb to Dearly every section of Fion had genuine Fiona., or sotuetniog ,' ans GROW ON HIGH FIVE) LAND mutually conferred together, and your

rti"A DeSoto county farmer (an simply marked Floiiud ,: awl trained to stake*. AU Ba4soa Sow Stocks recommended tbe formation of an as- SCHOOL
Boys'
top i Some iu b', r. ;t have naturally I I Taacertakw Orape Fait of the .
d.cr.ufa.USU'IProe-j I have his own beef, pork, mutton, \eni-- people > '.H'i.lti.1tl two armies.A
i t r ; .. eon wild turkeys chickens, ducks, looked to this 11'1\11.! *.L'C the great I i Jaffa. Mataee bkwd Baby I I ':berg f and enthusiastic meeting was SHOES from BOND'S
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cells "lit1"llt'r a+1Tan- j freeze 10 Florida na _r nxl pace'! to' Hart* Late. (Tnron. Itrwn.M.jorca '' held and an orraDizaUoo: was effected

: far !II.. .:.j this t ,I.'t i i.. hound j eggs, houey. corn, tobacco sweet potatoe come to raise! ,ran_' T'. li is truv t& there i'tc. Michael and H"'o.I .-.- 'IV 'It! <'tmjr the following officers large Fall Stock just
: ail kinds would' { frost but inch .tuckbuds i1, o 3', art hi: t<>ut
,1'1 "' j," a II .1 llal.0\ *, peanuts, sugar, syrup, they ; r..m each, fJ C i rl nos \1::; >r Cum mander-A. F. Vo el-
j off fro'u aud vegetables, and even a like: every other t< urmv it bus IU UisI 1>.4 lash w, ek*, bui). S'% to I 5J, feet high Jft t entseach bach received.
Tt ,. ..1 or '
) "a ajMperlftxi .
liP il I' 1.1vautrtges. : ; f ','U'I.I I. J. C. \V
little 'Dsoon hfaie ,f he half I \98intiU2 : r- i' --
i pue.mI
These prK* ui L Lt'hnt 1.f\ t rr r: In. .1..1:aer And I do not consider h It it would be a railroads and steamb at. in ",111lt"... t{ t eec i C5fNow !s the lime io plant \r)u
trie rb*.tatMr proiotl to Dot recoiu-
,'1. 1 'fH.t .1\0". ; hood place to enter 'I, '> ,"ije growing Addles. W. C. HARGROVE Prop I \djlltartt-fit F. AvcrvOrfi fall! and winter: I<\rtl..n". an I you eh',: i iiv
.- .- ... -- 'Oen.k a except for p..ly nedioimiunxtvi 'i>r anvils reasonIh chief oue being ault.tf! L.H k Hox :Jl. 1'alalka 1'1*. j I irof Dat iii M r. t'nxp.ltjoer.tnc ,
i >* the .w..t and m + r dta'.e! seed .
.. r,' t ".; n' '.. The land responds quickly that there are now ,*' n' tOY ran (ts : ... < : ll-i uen; '_"'1 ;:, .. .
{ rodnce] here tu'h! >' 'H.t r t will lnk' i .1. \' k->. T'i: I e'non t "tr..t.
00.81 .
llua'erntaiilrrapt. t In
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rtatvDt the caule an
,00.1 ir :
It ,
I\ "it tar: FOR SALE _.
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'If this fruildu'inj uu ..1,1 in whichcan \I \-.If2'.n H. '_ .i.. .' -
\ :,.',I' ,,: f'a :"n the woods, awl the nvtr>.1 I be i- '
chippedLast Jude* Advocate-U. W. !n.1\ .fI. .
T
i r ,. ( 'L- ant WALLP.l't
,, ..: 4} I" "" arc teeiunx with lin.ur and this I Acres Low ; 41'
1 i: iLn.j 1 ; \ year ear bNqlbL' Forty Pine The first meeting ,f time, Veteran I

r;' ,)0 : ht! .t "ct.U" oil coAUuHerated kaid-d..wn lazi- with me as packer a number ofl men I carp( was held Junt14.. )hiss, at E. S.iauhle'e t, -: '< \'Wflock.
rom Florida, but .auh t .vo exceptiuna Land.Six .f!. r "E fUI\S A STEW AnT,
four mi'r! north o1'
., -01..1 \ vi 1.rt'p.1- UfMiaili : coif tsnog that prevents a j ji grove I
i bey resumed .r. are to t turu.Mr. Pi.larQ The meeting!: *.is .i- country "
H. ." .. I"'I.\I hat"- farmer in this. frosts making aoc Ilubbard has qm <. 1 ir;e inter acres "ti.!er ruiiivmioi. <; situated t i-ude'i. Toe cordial vro,'u.r of \"J ; \\' \N '. : A1TRsCL MEN O. WOMtH

I c to ; '1, X,.w '\ 'irki 1 ;'eat.'*nt, ensnto.table ltving.Yy 'Mrs at Crefceot City' uluam e.uo'v. rfK<>ot (w'v milts ""4>u:h of \\pl" Tow ", <' .m'a.f If*, the pltrl"'ic"l"'t' >ch.-, ..h FtorMa w !Silanr r seaeatbi..etabrsbeA fTW and house

: i 1....;... .1 I ,j' ... In 1ttteo.; e.'rich, and I have cnu.ifro'Ue there.4V .Ilt the v:. J..tu9, Kiver ID:;ovemui ihr 'UtC1M of o4d-Ume SOMTKani t. Beffrtnce. EncbMM e.llfteMelt.<..u.sddesae.t Positionpermanei

,. .. ., IlIl)' hL., ) Tt'RNIPS and CABBAGE, are both bringing up a:1 t ...r wTMi:...t : romprtr-* two l.OIItMr+ah P homes, et.hi I tbe oid-tioe dinner mate liMo ix-ca- -arap-d R.o: mrtje. Chlearo**. The Nau<.aal. ?tar taint
"l. "
vet t *iK <
ic.AN and HEAS. Krerythtej in tees again and n<.t <)o4uz anything i Mod oilier ho.i e,; 23: he nl of last e. 20 +iou one lORe io be remenibered The --------...
!k-Uln! ill the :\ltll' {. 'abaturo.,; : ;; .b.> Garden feed Ltac. Fre h storkKrHlAX ire in tbe *av of orange t xn-wiaj hi':wl hog, *i4 ]i;read ,t' ihikiDi. one I gnntza'ioQ: continued its exi;..fe'i,'tthough i !.7Write the s r.fk----'--1toek-- Farm

\n., t,i *I..u; l. unto it 1',1knd i! : Tu ail] who have not isc't here u> lane : ", cart an.I farming irn,>!r urnts, tbt-' held no pnbiu; r
:0 calved.At Ibke "irk/ (,
; ;' : : : Tat Hoz
i',,,1 i 'r'; a': Cifrn.! U|>on which "* r :hf'n1.ln'., anti l't h n'.' au Ides't T. niv SQO-! wb."n; ; or aiUrws. u.tu. .April:1 1 ftl, ..hI'D ume liJef'III"I'; e. and
.,ot' the Mutt In-j & ** \llT I *t they would *.> t > *, :e her, I ; H. A. GUJ rAF>ON, ,called which reulted in the Pure Bloode.1 Jersey ; ...ar1 IT-. f, -s

orange grate 1 ut: *< tam\UI as the Dlebop-IIoyt.




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-- THE TIMES-HERALD. DECEMBER 18. 1836. r

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THE TIMES-HERALD. t COUNTY COMM1S.SIO.NE1W. 1


ISSUED EVE11Y. .... .... FRIDAY I. Experiencehas I REGULAR MoN-nrtY MEETING OF n n g .eoc I --- .....d

-- -- BoARD =.
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I. The Honorable Board of County .. ..r
:PALATKA. FI66.AI. proven conclusively that S .. ..
Comaiissionen for Putnam Count, 5: SEE
better and peaches
grapes / &., met in regular: session on Thurs-

&CIYf'rUeI.Ir D1". r..,.ea, sets pre taCIt and more of them,are produce lay, December 3, 1896. tit I 1 I't
etcr] BTeduel I 1 .bort tte llabk- a 1;
n ad.=.tb. when Potash is liberally aj Present: S J. Kennedy, chairma; J ,:

.AI)le.I .1.,,,tt'arkW... ct.. eL",.IuJot,,'rood De t.tte-aitwis. l1FerPr'-e.. plied. To insure a full crop of Thuoipaon,Juhu Harvey, John 11 g11 : I! -- = --- -_---_- -t I THAT THE

THE T1MES-H .COMPANY.. fertilize Hancock, C. II. Gilchrist, and Joseph '5 ; ;
choicest quality use a ... '
Box :< Pu..n.. rLOlltDA. Pilce.ilerk. 4U a UJ BJ <<
containing not less than IOJJ The minutes of last regular meeting ::: 1:1a :: -- FAC-SIMILE
+ : ':8 2 s
WISE AND OTHERWISE. .ere read and on motion approved. .
Actual Potash :: < U !
ulna Communication was read from the '0: .. A\'egctablcPrcparationfarAs- SIGNATURE

Paragraph r.tatka Poll I| Comptroller; on motion referred to slmi1atlng t roodandR u1a-

set Prevent Orchards and vineyards treated !I the Chairman and Clerk, as a con .. 8 s ling the Stomachs: and Dowels cf -OF-
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TUESDAY. with Potash .. o .R.
are compare mittee. : ... :; '

Butterick Patterns at BOND'S.It tivelyfree from insects and Communication read L. S. Jernigai n, 5o :UII: to Y /!:

is now nearing the time to cat the< disease. asking payment for room used in Oct .:3.. .

mistletoe; beware fair maids. plant I. her and November eJections $4.0 Promotes-. .
AS ttmtt Potuli-th.team tl In tat*byatttuj t: '
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Cbai. E. Rovton went up to Jack pcnnuat th. l>Mt fvwi hi tb. Uutcd State Referred to the Sheriff to report. 68.. : w ness and r. .
told la a littU book vklck_ pnblrali and will(U son ville on business yesterday.We Mil frM to.ay,green..AMDC*..ho wffl wnu tut l iCXJtMAN I. d ; s j
for rebate the N.' C
regret to learn of the illness of KAU WORKS. Pal I Hart, asking a on proi v : OT
the Captain of the steamer Crescent. If.... St.New York. I arty of Mrs. F. Hollinsworth; referre oa -
---- -- 10 Tax Collector Blanchard for inveitigation. -
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The health of our community is bet I 00" _"l,
NOTES.: 8
FRUITLAND .
ter than that of any other Florida city I Ordered that an additional amount "OS 88oIt .1-

Hundreds of an of $2 50 be allowed to Dryant. Lee for ; a
of acres hyacinths .
..
o eo"i. _. ..,; OF :EVERYBOTITE
moving down the river with the strong: The lunch basket picnic at the residence immediate wauts. I ::) ;. A.4--=- .
ebb tide. of E W J Parish, given by tbe Petition for a bridge across !lice i 8 .

We learn the pine apple crop of tin ladies of the Mcthodht church, Was Creek at point near the present fury read, tt as. :. a: 1I 1<4- OF
was <
!
East Coast is three times larger thai signed by thirty-five persons .Q ,/II. w '
decided Your "fradas
sit
a success. correspondenarrived and laid over under the rule.> :. .:.
ever before. in lime for supper. Rifle bond for James Manning, wit j z:

holly berries now bane in red dos After supper very fine music on he L J Arnold and T J Strickland, as sure 0a a : od A perfect Remedy for Cons lipa-
ten from the holly trees along the< lion,Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea.
ties, was approved.
river's edge.A organ and guitar was rendered by the James Cannon presented his bond CI a slCom'ulsions.Feverish- CASTO RIA

new concrete pavement is being ladies, and several songs were sang 1n as inspector of marks and brands for ness and Loss OF SLEEP.

laid in front of Herrera's saloon, a superb manner, after which goodnights Francis district in the sum of $UXJ 6m t ; -
Lemon street were exchanged. with Silas Smith and Thomas Holden, < x Tac Simile& Signature ofd

Captains Spencer and Vogel, inspectors Tbe Sunday school had a celebratiot sureties, approved.The About 167 bills were examined found< .
of hulls and toilers, arrived in the recently at Fruiiland ground following bonds for constable correct, ordered paid, and Clerk instructed .
camp NEW YORlr. Outorla ii pit t; U n+du Vottit oalt. It
city today to Inspect the Ocklawahi led the in were approved: to draw warrants for same. but sold la \ tk. Doit silo v to MOX
Rev. J A Custell services at John 1..'. Minton, Jr.; bond $500; MyoM
steamers. The Board then adjourn d.
; rovB7t-islMeatLflMCT promise>tiC \
back to Uu sureties H'L Miller Duncan Bohannon -
manner going
tossed impressive ; I "
license was bj; ?
A marriage Mis jtrt M rood"al"wd answer every KM-
J udge Coxe to-day to lame J. Coleman fall of the Roman Empire and gradually M Bohannon,Z T Sparks. The forty-second annual meeting of; pa.." .Q'Boe that row pt C-A-S-T.o-a..1-J,.

and Josephine Washington, of coming down to tbe present time, Francs E. West; bond, $500; sure the Florida Baptist Convention, which n'fa .
Lies, F S Hodges, C B Martin. a
Georgetown.We plainly setting forth the duty of observing embraces some two hundred churches tXACT COPY WRAPPER. Katie tees'dgutar.
for Justice of
The following bonds c
"u erne
acknowledge a pleasant Beers of call Jack to- national holidays. After a ver, the Peace, approved: S S Browningbond ; and as many ministers,with a lav membership et wrtiD' ].

day BonviHe.from William Mr. Beers II. is repretentlm, I pleasant afternoon the crowd. dispersed. t$ 00; sureties, J M Smith anc of about 8,000 white Baptist) .. -

SEKOTS. lames Cannon.W in the State, is to be held in bt. Anjustlne -
the Citizen.A .
L Bowers Justice bond, $500;;
front is beinj I.GrDon't on Tuesday, January 5, 1897,
and
new plate glass ,reties, C B Martin B Godfrey.
placed in Finninger's clothing store JO; off to buy Carpets, ) a1 Robt W, Bard, Justice; bond, $500;
it will make one of the handsome Lings, Rugs, Oil Cloths and House mretie C S Packard tend C F Val-

fronts in town. Furnishing Goods. BOND has thock < dron. rt1cihersAnxiously : LUDDSN & BATES SOUTHERN MDSIG HOUSE

The pwlition between the eh') at the rizht price, aud can save SETwttOns, Justice; bond, $500; ,
office and the eastern ante room m t- sureties, bafcjplloway and J E Lane.
IOU the frei bt. *_
torn away, which will J afford more R F Ly\Bu8ticebon'i, $500; watch declining health of Sa."Van.nab.: : Ga.
GeoTtV and F A
in the clerk's office. Major Adams received a check for a sureties, Hastings their daughters. So many are cut off -- ;
learn of the den Lumpkin.W i [ consumption in early that
We glad to by years
are shipment: of grape fruit and mandarins J Miller Justice; bond, $500; EST ABL fSIIED, 1870.
of the steamer Three Friends f there is real cause for anxiety. In
for which he received $10 a box for sureties, G W Haulon and IIS Mmton 1
with a cargo of men and arm the early stages, when not beyondthe
Ralph Yore of tJ.b ".1''' B...Jidarm, $8 for one clutter of sixteen Commissioner on the rebate GilehrUt aked reported for by Mrs favorably reach of medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC.HOUSE; i

town. lie is not favor grape fruit in a box, and 8 par E W Perry. On motion ordered that a [ will restore the quality and of the SOUTH.

with his new home box for grape fruit.-Manatee Advo- rebate be allowed to her, county part! quantity of the blood and, thus give '
others. Lt0. and valuation of $300; also a reduction good health. Read the following letter: DO YOU KNOW THAT WE NOW MANUFACTURE OUR OWN'IANO

We learn from r allowed her of $*0, county part, being "It is but just to write about my besides the other renowned makes, which we handle Bruce year*?
ou? v and on her own 19. She Do von know that we have our own Factory in New York, employ our
catorM art in eeds Seeds Seeds !! a widow dependent daughter Cora, aged was completely
own skilled workmen, and can give you a BETTER VALUE FOR YOl''RM01iEY
and bliss are
perch exertion tor a living. run down,declining,bad that tired
river and creeks. Just received a full line of LAN Petition, signed by property holders,, feeling, and friends said she would not THAN EVER BEFORE?
We refer to the LUDDEN A BATES PIANO, and cheerfully invite
The many friends of 1C JRETH'S CELEBRATED UARDE3SEEDS. read, asking! that Wm. Perry be re live over three months. She had a badCough.
will be pleased to learn" 01 stored to the pauper list, at $2 50 per eompari oft.
turn Mabry to this charge. Mr. Mahrv E. S. NECK, I month, until further notice, payable to We are proud of the Pkno that bean our name. You will be proud and
I Grocer Lemon Street denied to possess one.EASIEST.
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ed to be returned'. S II Caosey.Dfds
for ; Clerk's statement TERMS. LOWEST PRICE .
James Callahan, well known \Inroad I pr.nting
01).JBtTOFtI: i. Judge's list of licenses QEO. E. BRADN \CK,
circles here, died at iligu Sj lm 1 tad County ,, \ aeksonville Branch, "
Sunday morning. He was emploj'! I S7. : hnm I were offered, as follows: ind nothing seemed to do her any good.I 10 W. Baj et MansK'
I Daily Advertiser bid to publish both CUAS. E. ROWTON Sole for Palatka.
that | Agent
by the 1.laot"8)'stem at place. ": R1iFa itatements $0 The Times-Herald,, I[ happened to read about llood's Sarsaparilla > ....
,\ Fowler left and had her give it a trial. From the -
Major Gkorjre ,. yesterday Clerk's statement, $6.00; County --- --- --- -
for Hastings, where he will rem The New York Journal, of Sunday fudge $7.UO On motion the printing very first doee she began to get better.

\ n a week on professional business. at. contains a lengthy article on vas awarded to the Times-Herald, havoc Alter taking a few bottles she WM completely -
quite
lie will take ltUraony before a referee .he death of \\m. II. Stone: the unfortunate the lowest bid. cored and her health baa been the c uii 1

in several cattle craw againttt tbe Kior- young man who was crushed by I On motion ordered that Howe proI beet ever since. MBS. ADDIE PEa, : 1

da Fast Coast Railway. he cars DeLand Junction last week. rUtion be made to R 1> for 12 L Railroad Place, Amsterdam N. Y. 1UIz .

The School Hoard at its last session The[ Journal states that at the Mine I MOO more for services as registration "I will sty that my mother has not

resolved that such schools as .o desire( lour the accident occurred a brother ol ,: nicer. stated my cue In as strong words aa I I SyrdpThe
I could close December :24th aad reopenon his unfortunate young man was celebrating On motion ordered that the clerk be would have done. Hood's Sarsaparilla I t

January 4th following. Any school hi* wedding. quested to again notify the proper has truly cured me and I am now welL"JoaA
the holidays, al .>tfoar of tbe G S & F Railroad Corn In for
Amsterdam Friend.
can continue during PECK, y.Y. People's use fifty years.
the option of the teacher and patrons. g AOIt.1IfT8 WANTED Macintosh,, easy to have the crossing1repaireJ on Be sure to get Hood's, because
Cold \Vhooplng Cough
ue road west of Putnam Hall, also the Cures Cough, Croup, ,
Julian R. Lane, General Manager of Rubber and Oil Clothing, Belting, Fire >tossing on the west side of James Bronchitis Asthma and Lung Affections.DR. .
the M. L. A B, II. R., with his bride, and other Hose,etc. Largest hoase in rooms' place.Treasurer Grippe, ,
pas.ed through Palatka yes rday from i he line. Free samples. Protected Lihenthal presented his HoodsSarsaparilla BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywherefor

Miami, enroute to Tampa. They were erritorr. Cash come. Factory P. O. itatements for the months of October only 25 cents. Refuse cheap substitutes.
in the Q S & F pnvate car No. 99. The aDd November, which were examined,
groom is a eon of General ManazeY, 1371. New York.If pecked out and ordered filed. Chew UNCE'S PLUGs.Tb.Grttt Tobacco AntxioU.IOe.Deafer ormsPA.C.Mer.r A Co..Baits.JH1

Jeff Lane, of the Georgia Southern Treasurer Lilienthal also made state-
and Florida Railroad. DeLand will pledge 50,000 acre funds hand tax
nent of on county Is[ the One True Blood Purifier AH druggists ft
William Catto,of the Putnam House, of unimproved land for sale, the immiration iroper, to November 1st, 1896: Prepared only by CL L Hood&Co..Lowell Mass. Ve will Sell You
was expected in Jacksonville ou the headquarters of the Chicago'Farm General Revenue Fund ... $ 815 87 > a

Clyde steamer from New York today, will be o4 Fond. .. .. .... ...... 1,02025 Hood's Pills r Purely Tf-rUbten> a
and will likely arrive tn Palatka by the Field and Fireside" ride Fund. .. ... .... 1,40484 liable-ad benenrt-Lge.

t 1 City of Jacksonville to-night He will .transferred there. Seine fund on hand December m, Mr. George L. Young and his two PIANO or ORGAN
for the
at opening once of begin his popular preparations hostelry. The Georgia Southern and Florida 11896 E : one of Riverside, California, have just For leas money than anT house in the Southern States We win deliver -

tbe fruit ''RaiJroad,with its characteristic eater :(General revenue .... .. .. ..$1,06817 arrived in Pensacola. They are j-racU- it at four nearest railway depot or stsanaboat landing, with com
Jeff Flowers has purchased .. ...... .. .... 1 1730
business of II. B. >rie,bas issued a handsome paaapbtet load fund cal bee-keepers and are looking for a plete outfit, and subject to trial in your own house and ilnot perfectly
and confectionery ridge fuac1. . . . .. 1,439 47 satisfactory we will the freight both ST's have
AViodisch, and will conduct a 8m- lescriptlve of Palatka. The pamphlet suitable location hereabouts for the pay ways.

class establishment and will Jejf no is doubt a popular do a rill be very valuable to Florida tour icets Statement of tbe of fine receipts and fr and iture disbarec-fundNov. stablishment of such a business. Thtyre Bargains ""VagKfiS UD Pianos and Organs,
, man,
young favorably impressed with &o much
good bu. ne.*. its. ) 1, 1890, as follows: which have been rented or takin In exchange on new instrument
1--- baud 1..... $37S 03 ItS they have thus far observed, and
ha George returned Lyons, after, au an-Md absence Palatka of boy several lalaooe teeeited oo during November.Sept. 40 rill remain in the event conditions .v."..w.alllnnUIUII'make the Term.wn1wl1'IftWlI11(011 is K8" yoe&1.eaa Site t u::I: it t Hilt!f prlci,

ssential to the successful production : rtti...
months. George Is an engineer, $873 43

and wilt< run between Palslka and aid out during:! October...... $307 70 of honey may be found in the neigh-
Rodteile. His friends are glad to wel BrokenChain' orhood.Pensaeola News. Fri yar & Bradley Music Co

come him back again. Balance on band Nov. L... $65 73eceived ,

Judge Ooxe last night at 9 o'clock. . .. .. .. ...- 60.C8 PINE TAR SYRUP J4 CFarsyth St. and .
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nnii +I.D marriage John L. Green and JACKSOHYILI t FLA. "-:
aDd Cold.Peek' i27 W. ,
Millie Moraoi, colored, of this city. On ho4 December 1. .., 120 41 Quteklv cores Coughs Day St..

The Judge was summoned from the I Tax Collector Blanchard made bisport LemoD. Dru streets;: Store corner Second and ATLANTA, GA., Aim CHATTANOOGA TENN.
Masonic lodge room to perform thecererrQU7. t
circle '( of funds collected fur month of
Everybody went home The family
follow ,. MEN OR
lovesaber, as : ITANTRD-LstVERALFAITHP
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hippy. is never so happy 'iV WuMKJCt.trtTrt for ntfo tfUi4.l>-
. 121 43 '
fcunlv revenue. : Itob d IM .. ta Florida telaty fTM. pajmbte
The family of J R Thorpe will leaveloiutiii after the chain is Xxratv v licens . ..v' u 7 W lIS weekly andm*. Foitina pr&i_*>entf : SPRUIT .TREES
tor Jacksonville, where they broken and a link I ill tax. P96. 6 00 .r.. Kocloce Mtf d ,
...... The X .veal,Star Building,Ctics to
will 'ofttc: for a while. Their many taken. Sonic family 'f-- Ir rON

frltmd .): ret \.bear departure, but are chains are strong, I '. $-l 3 00I
couftii-d with an _.arance that it is others weak. Have I County Judge ?I. I. Coxe 'D nd. re The U. S. Gw't Reports HIGHEST s k.1 I ROFIT AND PLEASURE

only temporary. Mr. Thorpe will remain a good family port. OQ dup io4le license issued for Sh'W Royal Baking Powder qw\UTY\\ w.r.,.

in l'. atlr.a. you history? Or is .1 I hf month of November $127 59 -"r-.r jr '+rnlrS. 't THE POMONA NURSERY
Attention U called to the _lverumH'.AU ?- made his reoort of
<. ot )(CLan,,'. popular cash slp" there a tendency to coughs, I fiDe. collector! October, $25 21. fFST IC ."CC: (.NY,
J. T. & K. W. Trains. --
in ihM issue. Thu store 'le too weA- thrat or bronchial troubles, C,un y :h")1 l BotfllJ'feat'd their :: .in nit FLORJO&w. .
kiu-wu! ihrtMchout the county to neo--- weak lungs? Has a brother, stltll'mtot l.x the mouth of October 1 F.QElGt1T BOW to yui: h..f.,
OOINU S is s.nck a fall \in- ( ,th.a n
senor a lengthy comment upon sistrr parent o/ near" relative hrriercd iilt-d
ni-nt. > it l.) a cplon.li!, I THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD
n .e say had consumption? Then your -- ---- 23 arrives a1alka i I.u: t.. m.; lf/fID
line of f new fall gawis an row lu su.< K,
family chain is weak. y:55 daily. I ti.w.. ,.
awes a. m. r+ni rs .c are -.r a
and ivKIT readers we suggest at.i.
Th ;> -arwplac-d within ronohever ,>,, Str nethen it. TakeScOTTSLwrULSON : Train 21 arrive Palatka 12:20: p. m. THE POMONA NURSERY -
\'.iiiTh have 1o *,- 1 Inn ul of God-Uvef Oil $ d ? ,
v i ave 12.23 p. in. daily.eouco + t Maaoi.n.y, FlarM*.
bold 1 1\ u' rt';ium ..sunabl' fu< C' 11- and,l : with H'- 'opbosphitcs. It

New Vcr pretwi*. I makes rich blood,gives stren gth l AND ITS CURB NORTH. -

ii. i I1. :'. ial. t'1' r.u.rpase : .).&+i maroate, ar.i vijforto weak lungs and To TH! EwroR. -1 have an absolute Train 33 arrive PluaUui ii:00 a. m.; I .. .
I run-down constitutions. With for c ,nsu wltion. By its tidy use (.am 1:05 a. a. t m..r.rE' L 4 IESIX !
raiedy : .
i .t. >u;h !"t 1l.1: ; atnrliv!: ell 1 1t (" 'jYt1nra
route .nipa: l II.; \ \ i.rn.'sdreiHi ; ; I its aid the system throws off tbousanJs of cures hopeless So cases have been almJyemuncntly I Train 78 arrives Matte ff Ob p. m. ; ': & I rtc v <-:. ; > IE etlUM..
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.. ,.. .... and colds. It proof-positive leaves RI6 .. -jf-,. r, D1Lr
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i 'i; (i acute coughs prevents fits power that 1 consider it my duty to : p. ti \ ; ,: 'nOVl'D'a) t.
Mr. t i'AM ",'U'jTi'md v.x !!, ....vkr, t.{ the chain from Vreakin?. mJtvobottla frtr to those of your read..ent.'bo GrTtams 2If and X! carry Pullman 5 %%*A""'en"a'*. ;: w'Ckr ) are L tile t. origin.l I'UD I
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the -VHHn, Expu s> Company, oyasMuiis SMJ1V scud: you a book about this, have Consuispbon,Throat, Bronchial or *. .<...-. .n.i .y.w ..T5......?. } I'ItL'CCB. safe and re sad iM."" .1,
S'eepelA ... ... .. _.._.. "- ewe
; f< ni : > lid a ho.\v box into foe? I bng Trouble, if they wB write me their'rpress ./ _'-.-. "- .4r I. --rwit staark 't Prioo.'J .,.; - .
the e.<-. >' it-n .\li. Kiiiuu ki-r Attempt.ed h", ....by.........,0.:.. ....&.CO I sad postoffio.- adds sue. Sincerely 019 .STORIL1. \". IS.._ far ..1'--._.....- .1-'-_ .., -MTr. 'by _ail. fftDOiD"-OI l II,
t<' t .i. ti (hi:n the uia::na.o; aii. smT at a01y\. New 1"cn. t. A. S10CC3J,X.c.. IU Pearl St..Sew TaTfcHT bo- -* --r.'Mo i Sr.1..Cf-.at i' 'A*** T "":;yy/T..' 1y-'*':. SIit. \K).J.\\-\ 'nW'.TP"latka.
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___ Will, Be Sent Home. I ITUft'S Pills ,All the time ARE? This YOU condition TIRED is a sure I I L' iiI( WAS SCARCE. Few ApprDANGER

Chief Tru man j*received early this Cancer
indication thaI your blood u ,not rich
morning, the following telegram in regard HOW THE FREIGHTERS THE
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Cure All and uourishingjas it ought to be and a \
to the disposition of the body of it may be if you will take a few bottlesof PLAINS DID THEIR COOKING.A to which the Expectant -

'Vm.1:. Stone: the great blood purifier, Hood's
Mother ia
YORK Dec. 12.-Chief Police Liver Ills.Prevention Saraaparilla. Thousands write that Had Opportocltj -
NEW Gentleman Out Hantla aa
Hood's, has cured them of exposed and the
train dis Sarspparilla
Palallai Fla. Spencer. I
: to Sr. How a PljUnMtian rn..da
pateber,at J ack vjnivlle.wUl take chargeof that tired feeling by giving them rich, Can be Cured.It U al With Fuel Which Ho Carried foreboding with
the body. ELLAS STONE. red. blood. which she looks i! '-s.
In the death of yonng Stone the better than cure. T tt's Liver HOOD'S PILLS act easily and promptly With Him IB Small ChmkA. forward to the

youths! of the country hare conveyed to Pills will not only cure, but if headache.on the liver and bowels. Cure sick is very often that the most Insignificant It was in the days before the rail hour of woman's "

them a tad warning. It appears that symptom are forerunners of roads had been pushed oat through severest trial. All }
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taken in time will prevent I the moat violent disease. There is and effort should
northwest Nebraska, supplies were be
this young man, who was but nineteen Mrs. H. A. Hodges, of Satsuma
not a more destructive disease than the forts and trading made to
yean old, wished to go on the stage Sick Headache, Heights, visited Palatka this we .k. Cancer and in a majority of eases it freighted Into smooth l .

and being at the time of an age that his dyspepsia,biliousness malaria, ia first indicated by a very small pimple post in big tvagnna pulled sometimes these rug ed !I''' ';
decide or sore to which no at ten tier*is by eight or tea yoke of oxen and sometimes places in life's .
father felt bu incompetence to constipation, jaundice, torpid THE SILENCE OF LOVE. attracted,until it before locp develops by one span of great tnnle pathway for her."Mother's. 'I I
for himself, and naturally feeling thatit
into the most alarming conditions.
Oh. IaerprenBiU u awrtt.Lor I It was! evening vf hep we overtook the
was a step in the: wrong direction, he liver and kindred diseases. takrs my role......y.J I Here is another case where the first frei Jter. We went into camp within Friend'allays ''
the This caused cannot tell thee wbed we meet symptom of a moat violent Cancerwere
firmly opposed step. a TUTT'S
Liver PILLS .
What most 1 long to MT. too small to receive much notice 100 y sods of where he stopped. It was
rupture, and young Stone left home ABSOLUTELY CURE. until the disease had fully dveK.ped.Mrs. almost at the head of the Elkhcrn river, Nervousiccs, and so assists
But hadst thou In heart
and joined the numerous army of To know what bnrlnK bests In nia thy Laura E.. iiima has resided: atSmlthville. ana the stream, where it flowed a few Nature that the change goes for-

tramp with which the country is over- Then aboaldat thou walk where'er thou art, well known, Georgia for the years and i. rod from our eaep. was hardly more ward in an easy manner, without
Ia u lodl.*divine. throughout adjoining
run, with toe result as told in these Our old friend, William Hofford, arrived country. In a recent letter she tells than a yard wide. The guide had told such violent protest in the way of

columns. It is to be hoped that his untimely In the city yesterday, from Canada -i I So Than warbling to oar birds ears lift heloa.Tb. hber'. notes of a wonderful case.: us at the start tbat we should strike Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy

end may be the means of checking where he has been spending the TDUfie flito their throbbing throat. She says: color"A small pimple of a country where we cout td" find no wood, I foreboding yield to cheerful and
strawberry appeared on
some wayward youth in his desireto summer. Mr. Hofford will spend! the I I But silence-GeorC.iteal E. Woodbenr the aong. Ceatorr."THETIMEINPEKIX.. cheek; it soon changed to purple, and my and we bad brought along a small oil hopeful anticipations passes

ramble came him to submit to the, winter at Pomona, where he pwns valuable began to grow rapidly, notwithstanding Btovf with a tin oven,.nd a big can of through tha ordeal quickly and
wishes of his parents guardians. all efforts to check it, until it was kt>nwene.: Worn I had watered our without pain-is left strong and
property. He is looking as young j I I the size of a partridge egg. My eye horses and staked them out for the vigorous and enabled to joyously

JIerr'8 This I as ever. _ _ swollen became,terribly that for inflamed quite a White and I v could as so night I wandered over to see the perform the high and holy duties

We offer Oue Hundred Dollars Re- Notice to Travelers. For two days the doctor's feature" not see. The doctors said I had Can / fft'1"hter.", He had an enormous wagon now devolved upon her. Safety

ward for an> case of Catarrh tnat can : had worn an expression of gravity I pulled by to giant males. lIe had I to life of both Is assured by the
net be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. If yon contemplate a trip to anj' tdkf l hem oat and was getting MJ "
II be bent over the bed of my lick friend, I use .of "Mother's Friend, and
J. CHENEY &Co., Proprietors, point North, East, West, or to any per. It was the first time I had eve
but now as I watched him closely the the time of shortened.
Toledo Ohio. recovery
Florida point for reliable information, wen it done by a plaiaemnn and I staidto
Wt, tbe undersigned, have known I I strong face relaxed, and as be raise watch him. -I know one lidr.th mother of three children
through rates and most convenient wh suffered greatly In tho birth of each, who
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and his head I saw the light cf satisfaction He WItS an old hand at freighting obtained a bottle of Mothers friend' of ma
believe him perfectly honorable in aU I schedules, wnte to the undersigned, in his kindly eyee. ni.d he knew Just bow many stops he before her. fourth codDcmen'l.u relieredquietly.

butiness truac4ums, and financially who will answer all letters promptly,, His hat stick and gloves lay on the would have to make where he could Reno t and lea painful.1 All *Jons O.TOLBIU,MaeooGa.shorter
Able to carry out any obligations made and give Informa. For each he carried In --
you any necessary dressing case, and as he crossed the firewood. one
by their firm.IvhOT Seat by MaiL on receipt of price, fLOO PERBOTTLE.
& TRCAX Wholesale tlon. room to take them he marked my look bi r wagng" when he started out of Nor Book TO EXP2CTJLNT MoTuxnsmailed *

Toledo, Ohio. Druggists, The routes offered via the Plant System of eager inquiry, and, pausing abruptly folk a pieee of 6 by 6 pine timber about and voluntary free, containing testimonlala.T Yalvabt. l&furmaiioa

WALDJNO, KINNAX &; MARVIN, the equipment and excellent ser- laid his hand on my shoulder. Jgbt; ; inofaea long. Each piece repreient BRAOriCLD RCC\JLAVOrl eO..An."uG&SOLD
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. line. "Wa're doing splendidly, famously I ed tbe fire for one meaL fie WM splitting BT ALL O..VGGlaTL
vice, are unsurpassed by any
Hall's Jatarrh Cure is taken inter- I my dear boy, famously. If literature op one of them when I struck him

Daily acting directly upon the blood Through Sleepers are operated on all fails you, come to me, and I will give< camp..
t and mucous surfaces of the system. I trains of this:8yetem, insuring luxury, you your credentials aa a nurse. Flo. 'D evcniu. lw laid without look.

Price 76c. per nottle. Sold by all drug. :comfort and every convenience. ence Nightingale could not have done lug up from his work, "proepeotin fey S. R CHILDS.

gists Testimonials fte Address R. L. TODD, better." land}" .
Division "The wont is over then?" I aoked.! "No. hunting"I replied.
A Luxury for December. Passenger Agent, Tea. I believe we can pull him "Oh," be said, with an intonation
Jacksonvillo Fla. BThSAnd
or MRS. LAURA E. MIMS. PIANOSFO
Mr. E. B. Ilaukell and his estimable C. II. HoWARD,' tbnragn-between us. He paused, and 3 3aa that seemed to convey his feeling that

wife sat down to dinner Sunday, thedes.'ert City Passenger .int, Jacksonville. be turned once more toward his pa- cer of the most malignant type. and be knew all about; us.

to which was a real water- tient his face grew grave again. after exhausting their efforts without He bad split the piece of pine into ORGANS.
Shepers for the Guards "I think the crisis is passed," he said doing me any good, they gave up the little sticks. He gathered a handful of
melon.'I quietly. "AH that any mortal physician case as hopelel' When informed that dry Klan and wadded it up into a- aJ:.

he melon was presented by- Mrs. C'.II.nLttn__! ...__n Walter M.. Davis_ ha__*_ dO'oNl___ __ can do for hun has been done. Nature my father had died from the same Then! be beat; down the tall grass and : rLO TI/XING A GREAT SPE

Harv Stewart, of Palatka Heights, and the contract for two sleepers, which alone must supply the only restorative disease Cancer they said I must incurable.die, as heredItary I cleared a little spot where he could CIALTY.

wax a healthy specimen of about fifteen will be used by the company and the< he qE'E'
IoULIs. Mr Stewart has quite a nura Fourth Battalion Bandfor the trip to given him aeedative, and he ought BOOn if my life ... .wasting away. rut the ball of gross, and over it bepi was
to be under influence Keep the light At this crisis, I was advised hv a llpl 1 1 eight or ten little sticks of pine.It lel' fur twenty years for P. P.
btr growing on her place.RHEUMATiSM Tallahassee. turned down, and do not allow him to friend to try S. S. S. and in a short was ready for the match. From a box I "''s great Southern music house
The Guards will take from Palatkaone talk. Sleep ia imperative. He mutt while the Cancer seemed more inflamed I at the cod oi bit wagon he brought outa "rleans. Mi. Werlein made

CURED. ? of the hadsomest boquets imaginable have sleep." than before. I was informed longhttodled frying pan a coffeepot I i-: sertuID i 'bat}fl'. Childs was

F Afur ewiDttit physicians and all! which under a guard of honor He stepped lightly to tbe drawing that was favorable, however as the I and a tin can tbat looked as if it o tuner in the city of few

i otli.-r known remedies fail Botanic will be presented to Governor Blor-! case, and as be raised his gloves a dud poison medicine through acts the by forcing of the out akin.the had once heM two pounds of tomatoes' -

Blood BliB B. B. B will ham covered heap cf tuaiioscripts caught ho "Before the pores Cancer I cr pin apples. Then he brought out a I ke-ps the best and
( ,), quickly as a token of esteem from the long began to
lie chuckled softly and shook his "wo'i..1l box ar eye. and continued do for
t- eUft'. Thousandh of testimonials at. ladies of Palatka. discharge to so :1S's Mammoth
I held pared hiM supplies and nerved aaa
head. three months then it began to heal.
f Uwt this faet. -JJo case of Rheumatism I ---. "Odd people you Americans" he I continued ;the medicine a while tab.: Got of it be took some flour and fimyonum. No. 37

eau staud before its magic healing MARVELOUS RESULTS. Raid, with a smile. "la our poor literature longer, until the Cancer disappeared I twrn and a little tin can of coffee. He .

pow r. Send stamp for book of par- From letter written Rev. J. eo impoverished that you must entirely. and I enjoyed better got a mill out of the box and ground hi Jootlee. fusii ai Conservatory
a by flond door from McLarPALATKA
lieu la re. It contains evidence that needs instill Yankee blood into its health than ever before. This has He was very particular about hi4coffto -

will oonvlroe you that B. B. B. In thebest Gunderman, of DimonJale, Mich., we teins?" been several years ago and there has I he said tome, half apologeticallyHe -, FL.4.U .
not been a sign of a return of the :
our* for all Blood and Skin Dlst are permitted to make tbi'extract I was looking at the pale face of poor disease." I couldn't endure the ready ground
**--s fever dbeovered. Hnware of sab- Ton and did not reply. Cancer is becoming alarmingly stuff. When he bad got that done he
elh'itee said to 'juttas good." SUOO "I have co hesitation in recommend- "Ah, well." said the cheery doctor prevalent and manifests itself in sliced his bacon. Then he got a sheet of A. Gerber

per large bottle. trig Dr. King's New Discovery, as the as he appropriated his k.ttand stick and such a variety of forma that any \>n oat of the wagon and stood it up behind ,

..- results almost marvelous in thee advanced, with extended hand, "the sore or scab, it matters not how small, the little pile of sticks. It helped i
AMONG'GOD'S PEOl'LE. were fairy voices of the Bow bells are far- which does not readily heat up and to concentrate the heat by acting aa a ineral Director
of my wife. While I was pastor i reaching, and I hope that they will one disappear may well be regarded with reflector.He .

p of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction : day ring aa merry changes for two Yankee suspicion.The put the coffee in the pot,-poured
"IVLat Done at the Various
was
fact that S. S. S.
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(ffvarantetd
she was Drought down with pneumonia i lads aa they did for that fortunate iu some water from tbo bucketful he
A. Churches Sunday. succeeding La Grippe. Terrible young beggar Dick Whittington. Good purely vegetable) cures .hereditary Can- bad brought from the riverand net it AndJ Undertaker
cer, which is considered incurable
On account of the absence of Rev. hours paroxyisms of coughing would last night, my bey good night I'll see you places it without an equal as a down beside the pile of sticks. Then he ,

"W. E. H. Mabry there was no service with little intenupticn, and it i in the morning. And now, remember"He sure cure for all manner of real blood arranged the slices of bacon in the frying .
seemed if she could not DORSKR LXMOH AJD THIRD STREETS-
I at the Mrthodin Church Sunday as A friend recommended aurvV'f'them. Dr. put his finger to his lips and a diseases, such as Scrofula, Eczema, pap and Fettled it on top of the pileof
Blood other sticks. Then he lit him fire. In minute
moment later he was Contagious Poison or any a
morning, and as a consequence nearly King's,; New Discovery; it was quickin gone.I CCalls attended to day or night.
closed the door gently and returnedto form of bad blood. Our treatise on it WM blazing up merrily, and the I
al 1! the Methodists went to hear Rev. T. its work" and highly satisfactory in the bedside of friend. His Cancer and Blood Diseases will be taccn waa lizzliug in the pan. He poured Orders from the country by mail or I
results. Trial bottles free my eyes
C Marcha1I at the I"resb terian church. at Acker- mailed free to any address by Swift fiour into the tomato
.. man & Stewart's Drug Store. Regularsize were closed, aDd believing that the sedative I Specific Company Atlanta Georgia. fome can, telegraph will rfcelve.prompt atteuJor.
Mr. Marshall delivered a very able sermon 60c and $1.00. had already begun its work I tiptoed dumped in a pinch of salt and some baking je296.jQ .

f from Romans 12: 1_"I beseech to the gas jet and turned down the powder and stirred it all up vigorously

r you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies George Turnover New Mexico is light. Then, seating myself before the with a spoon. Occasionally he
grate I revitalized the dying embers J. W. Ball the boss orange budder.was stopped stirring to turn the bacon. Piesntly "Bread is the
of God,that ye present your bodies pleasantly located In PaLuka for few
a the bacon was done. He fished it _
and put in two or three more pieces of seen elevated on a big wagon load >

a living sacrifice, holy acceptable unto days. lIe is very favorably impressedwith coaL of young orange trees. Inquiring a.to ..- out into a tin pie pan with a fork, and ;, & Staff of Life."

I God, which: is your reasonable service." the town and what he has Been of For several minutes all was still what he intended to do with them into the hot rrease he poured the mix. __

At the Baptist church Rev. J. H.Johnestone Florida in general. then I heard a movement among the ture of flour and other things from the tt Eat whole
Hr. Ball informed us that they were tobe pure,
That to be"bull
tomato was going
bedclothes and a few moments later the can.
was greeted by a fair congregation : 1,4 some Bread. IL'. th
to at Mills "
C4TQXX.: voice of my sick roommate: shipped a party Orange whacker's bread, or !trugeDe. ,
both morning and evening, Titfls. Hal." The trees were seven or eight feet in As loon as be took the frying pan off ; only way to keep

and delivered his usual elegant discourse .tollil. \tn ewrRust "Yes. Tom. length, well rooted and vigorous, and the fins he put the coffeepot on, and -,-_ bealthyespeclaUr in
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:, *. Ipatvt It ", an-- "Has the doctor gone?" came from the celebrated "Folly Then the thick, stiff dough WM nicely a warm climate.

The J:Episcopal services were fairly atk to"sleep Ye\ he old left chap.jntt! now. You must go Nursery," owned by W. U Hargrove. pet imoothed! it up out in front in the of frying the fire pan where he prop.the I superintend my own baking, and .- .-

tended, and Rev. R. N. Avery delivered Proof f i'eed Oats. There WM another movement on the reflector would do its best< work. Then know; that for cleanliitas and purity it's '

interesting sermons. bed, then all was still again, and I bad Cures Kidney and Bladder Trcnble: out of the wagon be hauled a jug of I' as good as any-and better than acme

On account of the absence of Father RUST PROOF SEED OATS. LOO just begun mentally to congratulate! the Thousands of such cases hare been orghnm. Three or four more little Fresh every mornd*;, at your door.
Catholic BoshIs of Leon County (Florida) doctor on the efficacy of hit prescriptionwhen ticks of pine were deftly arranged nu-
O'Brien the services at the cured: by the use of Botanic Blood
LIPSEY
and that time the M. J.
k I I heard my imo pronou&cedv ler the coffeepot, by
church w\th. raised Bart or Ninety-day Rust Proof Balm "'B. B. B." If doubt it call
: were dispensed "What is U, Tom!" I asked, a little! ( ) you bread had begun to brown in the pan. Proprietor Graham's Bakery.
At night, in the Methodist Church, Oats for rale. Price 75: cents per bushel impatiently. or send to theompany whose adver- He took the pan by the end of the long

Rev. N. J. TUghman delivered a special ((33 pounds), put op in good new "What time ia it!" itment appears Ia this paper and handle and gave it a quick sidawise WEAK MEN M De VIGOROUS

sermon to the Odd Fellows, which tbe packs delivered at the depot In Tallahassee. "HalfpiutV they for a one-cent stamp, send you a twist and a little forward jerk. The
Prompt shipment made and "In the afternoon?" book of wonderful core, not oniy of mama of half baked dough slid out of the
order attended in body. The church
a the above disesses, but of all mannerof
satisfaction guaranteed. Cash mast "Yea""What ran and flew up into the air. It turned
well crowded and the discourse aIlments arising from impure blood.
was bottom aide and he caught it
'' scot in pan y all orders. Call on or ad- makes it ao dark its the standard remedy of the eg up asdeftly
'was very impressive. Mr Tilghman is dree. II. T. FKLKKL. Tallahassee F!& "It's the fog. Come now old boy for Ihe cure of all blood and skin and as any French cook catching pan- I

an earnest, sincere speaker, and commands --- you must be quiet.. Ifco doctor says you iseases' Bold by ajl druggists. cakes, and propped the unbaked aide up V-DAt. lr Dt ? u
the closest attention. mud have ep. The wont is over, and gainst the fire. By the time it had I
for ._ M PEFFef !
Application Discharge. --- --- --- JWIQQDId
-...- five or *Lc hours of rest will make you I--- I baked 'the coffee was boiling, and the ft sct.-w.: / sd
PINE TAK SYRUP MONTHS AFTER DATE, I.WILL PRKmt your old self again. meal was ready. He drank the coffee littn f.1l. _',- i-en regs... .. *. u ibood; old.
SIX final aeooonta and voucher to the I U en r.eocr ) .taor. (leer.astend
my He did strong and black out of a tin and I II .. ,\t
but cup Cur
County Jade,of rntn,m Florida not reply at once. at the Health t* -i-se V Italur,
is
Quietly cures Coughs and Colds.Peek' and ask to t*dftcnarMd fmm gn3m *: expiration of two or three minutes he Wealth I used sorghum for sweetening. Butter I II either 5-poessey.eec. I.i."':''"r T C 51cr-U--.t.. -J'tP'tag.wr en.,
tton of the Eetate of Mannall Seiglcr.. deceased. and lard ho despised. His sorghum took a...., and 0t: ,*' / "' -' Jfcawerwtow.
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Second and .
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drug tore, corner W. D. BKIOLKR, askedVhat V' i -' T; 41 -4anpCk
July 10,A. l>.1896 Administrator. time is it in New York now the place of the one and the bacon bou'sletdruez.L ..e a C .'-. .utmtitete on
: Third Streets. wtI I you tt'i#' .Cr'St-r; :" M.on ha,.
served substitute for the other.
Hal?
lErciniptlaB of tile Through Sleeper Can "You must stop it, Tom," I commanded When he took the coffeepot off the can per.bseszfled CL per box le or wept 0 ucs-t.for .K.F w.iu>APP *u wr.p.
Det.._J.ek*.a.ll"*nd K..... C'lly.Tfu but immediately relenting I js r fire be put on a little can of water that Wriii.* Gu..rftat.e S. ( ..r.e.ersad ta,,
Notice to HomeSeekersOne H-u.y. Psr.pekt free.&A.i ,; .a.r..
Florida Central & Peninsular continued "About half past 12." I stewed and simmered and presently FRrh zi&5.sIdAL 545, e-aisaaw. iii.
t i boiled over the embers.. That WM his
A deep sigh broke the stillness that
and its connections have arranged to Sold by ACKERMAN &; STEWARTPOULTRY
of the most desirable small ensued. i dinhwater. He had to have it hot to take
r* -c-ne i he throogh-skeper line be- the bacon out of his And 'I
"It is Saturday, aid Tom. "Satur grease pans.
twe. o Jacksonville and Kansas CHy places in Putnam: county is offered at day isn't it? In six boors more the old DR. E. C. WEST'S when it was all done there wets threeor

The first ear will tart from Kansas a very low price. (crowd will be in the restaurant-in Ma- NERVE m WM TREATMEH1 I four of the little pine sticka still left

Cit Sunday morning, 15th inst., at For further paiticulars, address Lflex lin'n I can we them all-old Garner.Geerge I asked him if be did not want pctatoea i I' ,
THE CalCutta AU OTHSBS ISITATIOJCS. I Tea he said and be had them
,
Leslie Barrett and Bess.
i w($: M I a. m. :arrtinc in JacksonvilleTtn9 N, Palalka, Fla..Uee JuolJllnder puCtivO Written Guarsatee
:
"Now Tom""Come but only when firewood WM plenty. It PURE BRED STOCK.
.
i 17th inst at 9 a. in. bts.uthorizsd a2'stor1. to eve W..Jr St eor'
"iv morning here, old chap." l)2zsiDtss...Wuelwlnt.. *, ik'ena. ( s&ekura took too long and too much wood to ,i
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rh( !.''ll'u' westward wU leave Jack- .. for I'vblIeado. I rose and. going to the bed, I placedmy hsryr':4v' I"OOIi"lp 1J'- -.\.1l.Jlfi..A.JOOtc'.de: ofd.ree cook potatoes, and he couldn't do it BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. .\

on\ i\e: Tuesday e\eoing at 6:45 p. m. fingers on my friend's lips. He took tel j:.-' ij, f.:.. .otor..r. i lo.*v...:o.Opine when he had to depend on one pine '
LAND omcK Y O AIXMTILLE,
Lht."e. BROWS
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Ut .luc l'QIIJpi"'J and WHITE LEGnOR.
; t'.eu
Th route ;is o\-er the Florida Central November 23. isa.u..1 them in his wetted baud and as he removed lnacoJ&: JA '1.> M ekt"' ur b> l'ItUi.f' f stick to cook hia meaL | S.
Southern llailroadT NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN HAT THE them his grasp tightened and Le 'I box: ...?. > f>.,ri .. "rltt.m paa-aateoe to I II I II in the zncrniog, before we bad water. EGGS tor Hatching f 1 per 13; three
& roDin'!ular Railroad, I : ..naiMd cettlrr baa tied Bade* ofkM cure _r .._ Mb. ,
TO1* sample j
/ the horses be had cooked bU break-
\ inwstttoa to make final proof in rnnnort of smiled. ,I ed ,
& Birmingham ac"V. 1ri1If ; ia.reat:1" -nth : S24X five
Kansas City Memphis: settings selling $4.
I kte claim and that cafel proof will tie uad be- "All right HaL I'll be quiet now. 'I iiffciifucaou.. <0< -Rtt.tiid july sold tocfc fut ;and was off up the trail-New ; ,
Fort Scott fore Clerk Circuit Cuort at faUUa tla, OB I' -,.
L and Kansas City po ttaiorserLy'sL.ed
4 Good nighL I ... York &UZL Fowls shipped at single express ralesEsSICATED
& Memphis Railroad, via Everett.iblacon I JANUARY: 189T, ___ I returned to chali and for ten I! f t Late'! .:.it.a: .' -ALSOD --
visVama n Hollovav.of GranUin.Fla.;iiy..nt. my ite? Ertr&f ....* '7 O* tbo BIQ '.
Atlanta, Birmingham, Holly for tbe.Tl of BW>..and wi, of Dei'4,Soc. minutes nothing save the-ticking of the I. WJWW taapcte- / 1..oe. rtlaP* < I "Did read that about-'Th FISH,
prbus, Memphis SpringSeM and : S.S.R.3SE.. clock broke the stillness of the room. :: "*..1'.. **., hw< a'! you story
aanwa tae followtnjrwitatfe** to prove I; tsA '.' 15 House en the Bluff?* '* asked the literary MEATSMEAL and
.7 '.rTsen' &
V Port Scott. Through sleeper without I.H contlniKMU reaiUcBc*upon and enltiruioa Then there was occe more an ominous : r- r. W:' L : MICA
I Rid land via: 4 sc.r U*' trtok aqbange. This is the only through KU.Joba O.PtrlckUnd.of Etoniah.ria.; -.1. -*-.. J "Xo," answered the cheerful idiot. Writelforprices: to \
I Jam* II Matt n. Jr. of}".'-!& fla, H.T.I funny Un't it, this differencein j i'.f:-\' vS hf'V
Vceplng-car line between Jacksonville "What was it-a boarding bouser'Indiaaapolia I .
Jey n r. of Etonian ria. time!" he murmured. "In Chicago
A Kansas Cil,. j I no27w JV. BIRCO Kextoter.. < it is an hour earlier still" JI.i i IV tegy.iileA.. J:. .TPwAwr: JournaL t C. BAILLIE: ,

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COMEDY. enthusiastic flight through space, t* : PROFESSIONAL CARD r FOU5D DEAD4X Bt:0.
little Jug 1 Shoes)1
I'VW b oIupe of s4 never notion that the vicious r -- -

IklMc aad burster tear*. string around bis ape had slowly) a:.dwtokedlynnfaatened IU.J P. CALUOUN, Old ud Respected Resident of sale

After'tnet-.U twenty a for4n 7..land...; to play him a o&flty, aa trick.though While it wanted bw&s For Good Boys. : :X: : Attorney at Law. Passed .1".rID Solitude.

Met ftoqvatata&OM meet, given over to his cavag aud &!1 brt omlramlac: riorida.C Crill mock. over the old Fort.E Yesterday at 2:30 o'clock Deputy

Smiling. tranquil rred_ animal enjoyment the hyporritictl tit Sheriff E. W. Clark, of San Mateo, had

j Of Jot the eves heart the.least pa either little beat. of cord so 'pp" in two, and oft flw r* Li'.11I U. .r., t'*1. \Vt-re stuck on a Jot of Shoes Bought-too 0 : IIA8KELL. occasion to call at the hme of Henry
aid '
the cape like musk cf li;bt. unuotiecr U man ( term ticme i.f the :Shoes are soft calf, easy, strong L. IVcha.
hi arrival knocked
'.rWr chatted .f this sd that. t; K1.wakh at the tme w..'--'-'-- br-. ma Y 00'- fr t' '!; \v"* also have others Prices td suit Attorney at Law. I Upon re-

"fbe 8h. U IICI a lDre that ..ke C1>> Ill., .lJ. .._ __....-:.. :. _:.1 1-.. fj'! i l t-r1 A J Office hours: 1J a. .... to t p.m..and ereninr Ito ".fttttuiY: a1 ihd d",i/r, ...hie!' WM open

.be! L. 1D Gainsborough Wack for laia hat wif.. t,. bind him the olcak tack and man;. all: '; .. Office. 1'alatka"I1orida.Second street, next. to.v. )1ethodiltCbvzch. but received no response.

-T. B. .AJdJi< VAT :: RLIN SHOE
while the bicycle, lighter: than beTon .. PARLOR. (J) HENRY 8TKU>"Z, Pecha Mr. Clark naturally supposed he

THE CYCLIST'S CAPE. tore His deliriously bliscf ignorance on iU winged was fl:way.crt live! CO PAlA TKA. FLORIDA. M Attorney at Law. was in the immediate vicinity and enter-

however, and the awakening: was mc*>t- Palatka National Bank Building. ed. Imagine his snprise upon entering;;

Ton must take It." Mme. Renne cruel for, as he sat under the awning ('f "':"" -' Successor Joseph Stafford.. the bedroom to find Mr. Fecha dead.

aid to her husband. She was a small a friendly restaurant, rapturously sipping As the body WM yet warm the unfortunate -
.T.HILBUR. ,
bnnette. thin and aggressive who sauterne and peiters and gamer:; At JACOBSON'S.iGENTS' S man could not hire been deai

strongly reminded one of little pet dogs with dreamy eye. beaming with love : _- Attorney at Law, very long.
who received visitors and pride at his wheel which lec.ndgracefully
by snapping and I I Falatka. Florida. The neighbors were U once notified,

snarling at their heel M coon as the against a tree in trot t of . Office over old National Bank building All and Mr. Clark
-- to
Palatka
rent door is opened.Mr. I I: him a premonition seized him. P'l t business entrusted so his car will receive came for a

Renne waa a big Jolly dry good I was missing And with a cry be sprangto ; FURNISHING GOODS. prompt attention. casket.

merchant, and be watched his spoof I his feet It was the cape. An inll.rntaneous Prices r w II. WIOO. Deceased was a French-Canadian.

ruefully as *be unhooked a heavy- cloth i change pasted over Refine GENTS' HATS, That Attorney-at Law. lIe was at the time of his death 7*

cape from the rack In the ball He bad I word; the wine soared; a sharp win'l I Are. years old, and was well-known about
hoped against hope! that for Oh08 .he arose which ruffled his hair and terni r; I MEN'S AND I ROYS' PANTS Open lions Block r&Utka. Fla.3E7Wfil .
,
here
having resided at San Mateo for
attention
Right : give prompt to an business
would forget to Jomber his bicycle with I every old crack and blister showed out ALL SIZES. eutnuted W his care.

that olomsy old cloak It was such a plainly on the Tarnished parts of his i the past twenty-two years.

bore. I' bicycle, and even the rubber tire looked The funeral was held this afternoon at

"It looks like rain," the little won- I miserable, notchy and worn. I. L. PURCELL San Mateo, under the Roman Cathoiio

an continued, "and I am not going toallow Renne's heart turned sick as he eat Best HOSIERYAt Attorney at Law. ritual, Father John O'Brien conducting

yon to come back drenched to the I lost in dejected reflection. All the energy Opposite UM Court JlOftIle.1'aIatka; FU.ty the ceremonies.

akin, much as It would please you A and strength of mind which he the Prke of l'es'r nO%Itry.: A nice line to select from. Here are a few Will .
I ; practice la all court Judge Cote has appointed E. W.
into
cold means money and our physician brought so couraKeocftly pl..wlileeamilJi Prices
:
is fooL lie his daily bread eet'imd: tot felt Clark to nunge the estate until tha
cither a Is incapable of curing. away and disappear before the disastrous Beet Ladie HOMJ, full finish 40 iruage, Real value, 35c., only 25c JOHN D. BLACKWELL, appointment of an administrator. .
pneumonia So kindly
or) pleurisy. .
Best Hictc'e' ll"e. Sold '
for
everywhere 40c. mice 25cBoys'
loss of the As he sat with ; my Attorney at Law.e
tell me what wonld become of me incase cape. Hose something ,,000. Other ) 25c. 15c The deceased has no relatives in this
places, ; my pnce, .
hi. bead buried in bis bands be pictured .
of death Do Room Crill Block. Palaika. FU. country. .
your
yon suppose yoor NOTE THIS- A i-eifectly neamlew Misses' Hose fast black only lOc
parents' are going to met No his return and reception by Mme. -
support The best value ever offered for the money.
indeed and yon know it, and as I would Renne. It would not take her half a B. E. MORGAN Death of an Estimable Lidr.

never I should have second marry again my Attorney at Law. W. R. Stevens received
a telegram
tread to beg from door to door. Not thought and well be knew what scenes
SHOES HONEST SHOES Office In Crill Block Falatka,Fl*. Monday
morning the deathof
that it would make much difference to would euroe-tears, lamentations, re- announcing

yon, but I should prefer soieide to beg proacbns, sulks and outbursts of rage, P. FOWLER hIS mother, Mrs. E. F. Fearvandr
in which the little vixen fairly reveledin I bare a good line of Shoes at pri<* to unit every packet Hare you rotiord that CINCINNATI GEORGE 52 which
gary. SHOE In wjr wtndowT MARKED DOWN to $| ..7OI'll renters there U not tea equal in aged yean, occurred at Kis-
While speaking with a fluency which her momenta of uncontrolled fury. Itlatka at fJ 00. It's a rood looking honest shoe and MY LEADER for Decen+,ber. Attorney at Law. simmee at half past foul o'clock. .

would have done credit to a politicianon Gracious Leavens I Seized with a chill) Falatka, Flacgr .

stumping tour the rolled tbe cape be hurriedly paid his bill at the restaurant -VUl practice to an the State..! Fe enoI l Mrs. Fearrand was visiting her sister

into a tight bundle tied a bit of tiring ; and, jumping on his poor old bicycle Ladies' Underwear Gents' Underwear I IIN tie.CnorU.el debt lTomi and attrition wttltmwt given of e Ut to the*. oU IIe. at KisaimmeeT She baa beeu tiftwn

around It, and there it was, ready to be which had beaten-the record' coining GREAT VAKIETT. ALL WEIGHTS AND SIZES. years.an inwlld, and ber death wa not

fattened tbe handle of bill wheel. he started homeward. One wagon under
on the
II. & G. COUSETS are the best. We sejl them all styles. COXE. surprising cireaautaoeae. .
"In your way?" the exclaimed In passed him after the other-first a butch i rt1.L _

brill repetition. "Well. I would reallylike << er's out next an old fat woman driving Attorney at Law.

to know why Oh, I see it is not a donkey then a gypey wagon, withan Office at Oonrt House Falatka.J .

the swell thing and you are afraid that impudent, long haired rascal who .
stared mockingly but uneasily after T. Florida East
the ladies yon pass on the road will T '
thank you are carrying a bundle. Is him. Rtnne felt very much inclined to t E. MAMtlALL '

that it? If yon must know my mind I question him about bis cape but a feel. 1-t Attorney- at Lpw. .
ing of reticence withheld him for be R
think I am a perfect idiot to allow youo Box 431. Palatka 1a.
much freedom. How do I know strongly suspected that the man had U

tell found it, and that it lay hidden somewhere "- *
where yon go or wbat yow do Von U
me any story yon like when yon come under the lot of quarreling cry. 0. M.KIRBY, Ooast By

back, and it is fabub just as likely., ,ing rats which filled the wagon back s Attorney at Law.Once .
cot" 'It him; so he pedaled on hopefully believing s
F taaai Cewnty Atauact o J
.raal.
that: be might yet find it on the
Renne bowed bis head patiently '
Opposite Gout Ikfeee.
TIME
the ttorm for well he knew tbat oif l:'tiad just whore it had fallen. And as hatchcd s -- SWhy TABLET IN KFFKT5 Jl'SB'
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and thought over his temper 11'00OUTH -
word one timid protest, would cnllpf |
ate bin wife into farther e scathing and sarcastic A cloak,
parley i an PALATKA MARKTES.G.rl
. with shining are so many Trnnw s neat onrce of Unnoysnre? Been they are often fitted by ere $ BOUND.
discussion would drag (,0 im. fii] breooth a summer sun who ha not the ulljttitft kno.1ro1tf( of "Hernia" or the r"., nual part of a perfect; tram. A
but as today the seemed Purbead. It was bot enough to boil trws way Bt the body i err ctJy. nnd yet not hold the"Hernia" In a p rat.uerj. Oh. to the devil with the thin 1 have an opportunity to heal but t<> the contraty, nd(cbt from pressure upon a partially reduced .-\'ho11..
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amiable tban usual j>< held ge. Hernia ra>. .n adherence nf the part left in the una which would certainly result in a particistly STATIONS.Aadl geyea1v
"See that it clots not tenor lOped that it was lost forever. What reducible. and pn.ib'y a rtraniculrtrd hernia, this would require an immediate tveratlon or Corrected.Weekly Gay Bros.Cruer Kirby (
mortification wi old set In resulting: In death. and
ie l'al'eP But suddenly the mocking Kirkland streets. -
Boiled abe v':lit If desire amid the atkssnlee' ...
get you to abase described difflcnlty-have your Truss fitted by C.J.O ARRETT '
roll it ( |n he tramp's eye came back to woo has made a special study of llei aLa and the fitting of trusses for several ,..an. No Charge Sugar, Standard Fine GraMtlated 4 43 s ...... ...... .
use it, np WI1111etore i for and Extra "C" ... ...:::: V., St Aagwttn. 113'1s. .
examinationInratting satisfaction at 4 r .
Bogar
perfect guaranteed-trial allowed before purchasing
the had found '
\ replacing it, and t Of course fellow AT CRESCENT; i>Rt'( HTORE. PALtTKA "'! 4. D02O -m. I>ry Salted Boston !\Felled............ LyE PMatka..112sa ... ... .......... ....
[aken his cape. Renne felt cure of Dry halted Western KeUies..........
did last tan
erring as yon Dry Salted Western Hacks........... 4 Ar ralatka..11 5PaLv ;
What could he do about it '
.yon looking at? I ream) w Lard,eonftremed in tierce ....... .. 4 FMatkc.-.10ISa .. ...
have the cirihty to Ii? I-follow him and search his w gjppose SAWMND PLANINOIMILLB JAC-KSONV11XK YARD 60lias....... I" .
might after the bad Foot of Catherine Sugar Cured Hares. 10% San I ...... ..,,
all man never falatlui.'rl 1: |& St.,
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when I peak to you. Flenleilaws..7.: % Lt San )latee ...... .
it-how like a fool he would look ...der.,. .. ..7
for
Renne was contemplating and with to Lied so, little by little, his anger ,abd. Corned.. Beef, Is.'...... ...."..".!. .."..;$1.M LyOrmond....:: 001.-. ::::::
calm the serene blue sky trying ] .. 139 .
catch the placidity shining in its azure and the ridiculous side of the af- Roast Beef.is...... .....::::::..:::, 1.10 ::.LIartor.a Nee nge; l : ... ::::::

prpneut itself to hie mind so forci- Wilson Company .. 2*........... ........ ..... ..!16 Lv w 8mJTD 1 50 p .. ...... J
depths. Cypress flear,fancy Western,Flm' Patents. ..1110.... .. Oak 11111 ..... ........... .... ...... J
"Please do cot kiss me gc xiby. I am I I bat be felt like screaming with n..arf Beound Patents do .<10.. ...0 t4410Rioe \ .. T1tnnm..... .. .... .. ....
l .ughtt'r. His wife appeared before him CaroHna Uo>d.. ................. 3H to4 CityFuint, .... ...... ...... ]
cot to be fooled and cajoled so easily.Wbat Fancy .... ... ... .........;..... 4U toft% :: ) .: ::..215.. ... ::::: '
in a different light altogether. She was Eastern ..... Kkidg Irtl ..........
for? And turning Batter Fancy Creamery 22 to 23t3teeee .
are yon waiting co longer being to toe dreaded, but to -MAHCyACTTJRKRS 0)1'- FancT Foil Cream(X.Y.St.). 11 to 12 :: '::: .......... ... ::::::
toward her husband, she saw him I gl 30 tom Fargo .. .. ......
snaking mock gestures: of poverty. "No l-e ridiculed and be pondered slowlyover syrup-Floridaper Sew Orleans Molasses.:: :::::.::::: 28 to 93 .. Melbourne.. '" ...... ...... j'
a to be Admin.filtered and Laths.A Crackers Vanderreer & Holmes F.oaelaad..... 4% ..... .... ...... ....;
money) Of coarse not. Well, here are I summary vengeance Cypress Lumber Shingles -{ Standard XXX..SoUa. 5 .. Sebastian. .... 4St. ..... ...... ..... .... .
6 franc I hall require an exact account I upon the tormentor who bad Lemon Crackers..... ... T .. Luele..... 0th .. .... ..
been oppressing bin for years. He would Ginger Snaps.............. 1 Fort Fierce Sop--------------4- 1.. ... ..
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of your expenses: though and Extra T..llt...... ...... 7 :: Eden..... ...: s ..1 u.Jensen. .. ... .
please look at the change. You are so apt bear no more' of her petty persecutions large stock of Dry Cyprus flooring, ceiling- aiding, moulding, shingles, Assorted Mixed Cakes." ... 8 .. .... ... C37i' 551. ......
I. Neither' would be drag coats and capes Land thus Condensed Milk-Eagle.....,........ 7.40 ta .. tuart... .... 015 .. ......
of t'dn.-bith. shipments. Cypress
to take odds and ends are laths and pickets alwa POD assuring prompt .
I Champion........ 4.8510 .. Al cis 657p .. ......
difficult to pars Now go. Try to avoid : about on his bicycle through the summer mouldings of all patterns'a specialty. do do Itflihrand......... 3JiOto ., Hobe Sound:: ..... ... .. ......
bile and heat and dust, and they might aa do do Challenge......... LMto 1Y Jopiter. $.. ,...
drinking; yon are warm keep well understand each other for once. "When at.homewrite us for prices; when, up our way come and see us. do do Dime..... ...... ... SJOto3.25 W 1'liach.. i5aa .
Linton 7lip.. : ::
out of drafts"Mr. Canned Vegetable*-No.3 Tomatoes. 90 11 ob. .
Renne tucked the into his But as he pedaled" along different considerations do No. *Tomatoes....... ..: Mti"800. :. Ft.Laud'rd9e pip ,
money ..... ......
tbenifrelves to his do No.i Okra and Tomatoes 89 to 1.00 Lemon City. .5 p .....
waistcoat pocket kism-d bis wit grave suggested .. do No. 2 Marrow Feas...... 80 to 1.00 ....... .. .....
Jy-for be did not dare to appear too gay excited imagination. The cloak was -----... "'I. da No.2 Early June Peas... 1.00 to 1.10 .
new and had cost 29 francs It was stupid do' No J Boston Baked Beans 141010 NORTH BOUND.
resented
as the would haTe deeply any do No.2 Boston Brown Bread IJIOto
manifestation of joviality-and started of him to have lest it And if bis Bohannon Bros. Tab?.inch Potatoes-per barreL.... J.G 9to.... -
wife bad urged; -uay, forced -him to Red Onion do ..,. ........... IJOto 1oi..it! I .J
down the stairs In search of his bicycle _
Yellov Onbos, per barrel. l.T5to.... '
with the necessary amount of moderation I carry it, it was more from love than EarlTKoxe for seed......: :::_ 1.MBeantyof ::::: _I
bate. After all it would be idiotic to -1IAAUFAPf zzu or- Hebron for seed L90 ... 6Ota. .. .
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and decorum which be knew best lose it and the instinct of : t) Chili Red for seed........:::::: 1.90 ..!.el"Mn Otr 5 loa .... ... I ...... ........ __,
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ownership
Fatted lime. Renne. .As he fattened the Golden Cnttolene,CO R>tins.......... P.; ..n.L'd'rtUI 061a..i! ............... "-
I awakened within him as be thought of Vehicles of All Kinds. TOBACCO. ...zmraETo. .iinton .... .. .
Cloak carefully by a strap to tbe bicycle : the old Bohemian his Duke Cigarettes...................iiT3 : ;:..:::::. 7141..:::::: ::::::::

be felt tbat tbarp eyes we're fixed' upon driving wagon Sensation Cut Prng.. 4 os....... ..... tfOKWs .. RI1'1na. ............. ... ...... .........
and be' aDd perhaps laughing at him in his r .............. 21 to 90 'yJapltet 'IU

pedaled Lira from away windows be carried above the look as with beard as fee passed, and in turning the Job Work and Repairing. Snag Arrow of North-Cardinaloa." .................... 30 U* ::.Hot.Alicia.. Sound.... : :.. .1.::::::I.....' ::::::..::::::::

him like the famous Parthian arrow of angle of the road he shook his fist revengefully Poke's Mixtures, S e*. .. .... ........ 30* .. 8tuart..... : .....i... ', ... ....
after the Ball Dnrbam,2os..... .......... ...... &5Lnej .. Jl'ftieD..... 589r .. .. ..I a ...... .... .... ..
1'c.4ays, stuck in his back. tramp. Wagon Painting llinton.......................... 41 Eden......._ .
"' well out into the "Where is your cloak?" called out ....... ................ JT : Fort : :::
When once open : :
Mrae Renee eCan.er. .. 35 : ijebastian. .. f3.< : : :: .
country be expanded his! lungs and took in thrill accents before be Horse Shooing a Specialty. !:::::: ..:: ::::::::::::: 30 Itnretand 11 !..hUU:

breaths of air while the bloodri.bod was off his wheel "Oh heavens, you Climax Ctabs........... .. .......... 39 )lelbdurne..11.
in great have lost it I" And the raised her hands Thin Found.... ............. 43 .. ... .. .. ...... ....... .
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to his face and bis eyes almost Fint-CIass Workmen. Qood MateriaL Batiiljctbn Guaranteed. Star.. ... ..'' ''' "'' '''' '''' *) FwOafie ,I115ie .. .. .. ...

t ,-utvd t from their sockets. Then very In"My horror.cloak Oh," indifferently 'pper Lemon Street PALATKA, FLORIDA.ALABAST1NE. Copper Btreebh.le. : :::::::..:":::::::::::::::::: '33 40 ; IC ga Il.L'12'I ::: : : .::::: (. ::..:

uiwjyfce exhaled it all tmtil.be grew .....1....... ..'' as flty roinL .. .. ::.. .. :..I.. ...
pal} from-could it to relief' was too bo nd heavy to lug about, LtranmoBd Sat.Leif.' ............ .... 62 1'1'IIII'I'Uks ..1380; ..... ..... ..... ... ....
shed and I sold it. ., Hold Duel, per mee.$4.15 .. Oak 1IIU ... ...... .. ...Newttmvna. .' .. ...... . ..
1 he run high in the heavens, I'earline l ,per ease.,.. ..... ............ 3.74 2o0p .
rs M-nial ray. foil upon him as be ped- "Wharl Ton sold it? stammered (+Gtairon&oap........... ...... .... 4X0Rbjral :', Fart Orange 2Ihytona. 37Ormond .:::::,:::.::: ::::::.." ::::: :
small scold, gazing upon him with a I $ BakingFvwdcr, I lb. 4Wdo .... flu I
e.j.l frantically along the highway I do dolb::::::.:;:: 2 Btfenubeir : 14 i :. : :
mingling: of fear and distrust in her : ::?:: ::::: :: : :: : ::::
v It h arms akimbo, doubled' Dmrly in .orTsytor's.1-IU.....,..... .90Hoesfoord' East 1 alatk 4 5fp'I .. .: ::
eyes She began to fear for his reason. IT WON'T RUB OFF. do H-IB. co "
wild with de-
handles
two over his and This calm u- trail Paper I. I'naanltary. IiA OMiNE IS \ Bread FrefwattonAlsxwds ........ Ar 8 ateo.-:: 5 = ::::: : ........ .. '
J 1 igbt. The smooth white road unraveled might turn into fuiy. He 'I\ (i TEIirolttU,1LOT...,Jll:UH! OFF A.M) CAL1>*. I'' ...... ........................ 15 toll' L'f'a Mateo.:.. C oN1p :......j:..... ......,IAT I-

tx'fure. n appeared bin like to a advance ball of twine toward tbe him boric infrt.ndly could Drawing cot be SS sane.franc from his pocket I I I' A BASTINE to a pure, permanent, ready the artistic brush '/1 1wallcoating Rrasil E&CllsaValn PillieruFecan,larn. :..>:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::: 14 7 Ly Ihblka.J"atatu.. J+ 4bap...= ..:..': ,.___

welcome aud the bushes and be banded them to her and said "You b.1IDUDlC iD cOld .at. ...... .:.::_.. .:::::: U !.:.::::: ::::._I.:...:...:.:.::
see, I have made 6 francs by the bargain .1' Male 1IT Paint Df'.Jf'1'tII Everywhere.Tatpap.wt. Mixed Nats' .... ...:...::..:..... .. tt Ar SL August 5 Mp,... ....... __ ..,.
tr.''-g, wbicfa looked like tiny specks ii # = -o.v: A Tint Card showing l' d8IrabIe tints. all10 Alabastineare.eer. Calitornl.Eaton s.......- .. ........$L44toiJGSul Lv t4t. Aagcet. 011p1 I 7 etla ..... .. .. .. ..
tin' distance, grew steadily, aa if by and you can buy yourself .little FRL Souvenir tinekvntfreatoanyonemenrionmsthis wper.I.laa. lases.... .... ........ .... ...... '" Ie Arjatksoalle.' 110. .I.
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FaAcrETSJiorated Apples
under his and assumed mass- r resent with the surplus. ..ttariye.ALA1tAsTIE.. .. .. CO.. brand. Itapld..3lieh.WE ..,....... 4 : :
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magic gaze ... ..."" "" ...""" ... .."" "" .. ,. do *o Aprkwt
iiv cud stately proportions. To Mr. Still worried and sntpicious, although "' "" Cnrrant........ .......... .... .... 4% to 614 TraiSM81.M. ABgnmin 32, .and daily.78 JackaoTilIaSM A

lienne the landscape seemed to be ruti.ti'j utterly disarned, the wanted to know Grain F rtUl...... Ere Train MO bet weea moor a4 Fort Pierce: daily
wood andtin in ibreatb where and bow and to wfccm KEEP ALL KINDS OF- except Monday /
: theothcrwsyolump.of I Cune< ted Weekly hyTertreesA Co.. aid J.. La
be bad told his AliotWrtratessOKtkof Bfc .
Len little Looses, elm trws. fiek cape. IL W. D. wt. Aagustin daily I.utIIPI..y.

ci i uiikftom meltad away before him "1 met a poor fellow in a cafe who D.RJ(:; and :I.Jil.1D.ICI.NliCS Subject to market chaacea.rorn .

i..k" a bit of sugar. Be whistled gayly I was ill with a severe cold or MOmdh & MH d. per soot ...1.... .. f Mto aa .\. A \V. BRANCH.Vn .

f.s- .. .> bicjvlc; \'O\Jft't1If*' ae<>ichir'': lie had a bad cough and eyed my cap Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. : Oats, P n.i*, persaekUSfes: &; tads J
,. .. I PO wirtfnlly that we entered into conversation Gnxino t .-ed, per aaelt ...0.... .. 1.' to 1.20Fred ... '
tho Lilln tilt
< attacking op gradts MC--I. sack .lba.. 85 to mPr.re STATIONS
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SroNaES CHAMOIS SKINS ETC. PERFUMES. BAY RUM. per o. I No.4
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understand. and be 'DaIllaeet t Sauda" No. 2
i It""*y -urauc-*-. while en a K-vtl I you : W neat Feed pIr". t 4lbs. IJBto
C": i :rd woulil bare entered into comp huLled gayly delighted with his clever Extract for the Handkerchief. Our stork rompriv all nt the Popular I WV clay. St.I 7lnotiy NoOk....175 ton Ibs..21.Mtu2Z.eO IflBto.rit 2 MJ' +'.!** LT Jl w !Smyrna .. U xt, "5 'JIp j

li. U. ;,, fhlwhood. He bad been boardicg his Odors. Psintis Oils and Varnishes itrushe.,1'aiuters'! Supplies, };te. ; ad iBramper aril per 19,.. 'LI1I1oO 2,3fl '.!!Mi.. I"r" lAke Helen ,I U.V>p 4 o.p
I I ( :, : Orange ( If' <2'"t, J
l' :a i''s for day to eke out these 86i Ro>l frmif Oaa,per halt ).v to.. -
i : VIM simply glorioaa. Ii.nti.d ('f r'" "M ArOranIf, I jrj. ij; -(
l IteM Katrat bb!. 1..V' > to ,I __ _
c! >..-', .o ( his daily care* and trials un- .cs:, l IK he ti night then well in- ACKERMAN & STEWART hJttr1ll. need J1nat'E r t,Wi--. t.J" '4, : 1'1 .a'
Te.-tLd, for :.t ]Jp.>" ( Le WAS rid of his ( .J!...... N.-d ,per tack... to W.... il..I.e.--n S",. 'nwna, aDd 1)rat.ge 11ty;
0'' 1. feet be rode ligttJT! ev'r Uxm, tic 1 I.M cod JUeJLING................. .... ___ I, Junctl.e.I.1tvey.ptn" ". .
d. )' HViLg them far behind, looked OUH UH car1. DRUGGISTS and SEEDS MEN.
t :, .t d.) overbifsbould.rae cufLi. His vile turLi-d the BMCcy! OTthooghttully
: DI ( TbeMe<< Iat4- '.. u n>,, dicta .t wincUvlu
}> "i if ti ...T were lost forever and as in lot r t land and nfter ameaurtit'a .- ii4i PKI. .. ,' ,irrrt: cad rlcArt
"I .v.' ttv Rmr>ia> tuf.":> ,t.-.e. tkrti arnealor
t h;,'i.gb it Vuuld be IPM effort : puu c said will bay yea WAR.r .
a nsr > (MIN ron F.ITnF.tt IiEY "npanitrt :.I-,!- .t. r.l .. twit Kuanuiteed.
t i put' to attempt to rllt( h op with : anchrr' exactly like it tencrrew.! IE BRUH'S Thl rtMedjr being Ia.jreted n"r.!o.i-t ,: ( -t-Jt resi.>n U>le foray j

; .ii u niu. The idea, bOMt-vt-r, of bear Paul Marguerite iu Paritica.Weather.. dirertlr t* the i ioiwaae CASTOR i f dewy "ra',,> iwnese; artftiB* tuereIW -

t -f rroxiruity to his _I. wt I B u
Iatr.dtsotna" tlM rJ J. I). JUIiNEK
r f faq t t r and f Mater, white t'ig drops W re<;alrea ae'ciaaaxe ,

ci i novation fell thrcapa the donuts I Graee(enttuMlaeticaUy think she of dtot. Cure I For Infants and Children.. Af;.AXTOl.KBR.4l. PAl.VOtlt AI. ?
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guaranteed 112 to i
of dust vnicb Lie energy ramd upon is! just us pseuy M the' day u long. dJaT" Pi BOX r r., PALATKA, FLA. '
tb- I .'I'd beneath 'I lint tdieamilyX How short the days mipaisiaack Tksfia-- Froinu% E...r fo BT ILvi, w> v.U. .

be his are gc ttcg DOW.-\ew York Press CURE held ealy ey m7d I fret-elattc York ar.nleetl.
Aa.t t intoxicated as was by E. DICKENS:: ,
I I For sale by, ACKERJIAX & STEWART /e/ RaFF II. Work done on short notice. oci
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CorreePOD4eftoe Henld.IrrTERLACI1F p V t CHRISTMAS' and SAACL'ARICO1iUbQ
December 12. i ".Every season, from the time I
'" two old, I suffered dreadfully
A telegram WM received from }tbeAnDa was years
from which
erysipelas kept
Mellor Toes"lay evening announcing
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growing worse until my hands were .' .. -. ,
ber Rev
the death of brother.
t almost useless. The barites softened -
C F Mel<<:t:or 1\1 Weatberford, Tex
that would bend
M they ,and several
IIIB w ife tat x< ectd to arrive here with tI of my fingers are now crooked from ,

the remains Saturday morning Sf'. On my .
Cbas Francis, Sr., accompanied by I I carry large '
John HomacR, of Boston,arrived Mon which but for And'this announces to the Public that \vE} are Headqu "-,

dayThe I I ters for Goods and that to '
event of the week was the ar- Holiday we are ready show th

rira'! )n Tiiesdnv. of the nf wly wedded LEight would
landlord and landlady of the Inter '!\ provided I Finest, Largest and Prettiest Line of Christmas Goods

dale.The)Jae'eu Hotel Mr. and Mrs. W E Rim anything.and able ever brought to Putnam County.


Christ raw tree at the Methodist bottles ofAyer's Our line consists of Fancy Plush and Celluloid Toilet
Sarsaparilla cured so
church will be Christmas night. The me.

Congregational and trte will be on Christmas Christmas exercises eve. AUCTION that disease I for have more had than no return twenty of years the Cases, Manicure Sets," Cuff and Collar: '*Boxe. Fan Boxes, .j

The first bottle seemed to reach tht
Mr. Hacker, el Tampa, is visiting at Glove and Handkerchief Boxes Necktie Boxes
spot and a persistent use of it has ShavingSets
for week. ,
Allen's a
Mr.
Miss Mary Whipp returned from i perfected Wautoma,the Wis.AYER'S'cure-O.. C. DAVIS, Card Cases, Pin Trays, Smokers' Sets, PO ketBooksin

Cum *r'aDd! !, Md, last Saturday evening -
1 R SALE endless variety, and thousands of- other things too nu-

Mr Gofltelt was quite ill for a few .

days last week. merous to mention. ., _'
Dr Whipp and Julius Jenkins were _
in Puiatks! on bueinrM t Fr bay.r ;

.*t week we said 13 O Flower was at TOYS DOLLS GAMES BOOKS

Mm Long's. It should hare read Wra. WEDNESDAY &Y B'S FILLS Promote Good DigeiUoa. X ,
L Orange1 residence.
been -- -- And Everything to please the Children.
Ro O: (o K Heydrick has return- r I II
de h.\ the Methodist Conference to serve We wish erptwially to call attentionto .
another year.non't DEC. 23/96 the advertisement of the "Pn nam
about the fire Real Estate Agency,"to be seen in another I
engine we
forget
were going to get. Another ire may column of ou.paper. There Come and see us and get our prices. They are low. ;

occur any lime,and we will be helpless.IllCKWlCK. 1 P M SHARP. nothing our Hty or eouoty people;
should appreciate more;than this It, Everybody invited. Remember the place. Special dis- 1
Is in the hands of energetic" aDd push +
i girnlflrant Departure. Ing partite, and as it is in the direct counts to Sunday-Schools. '1I
With the departure of another year line of inoculating ow ;>leueBta of -..' "
when M review t* made of the condition' Will sell to high- Immigration Into our county we ;moet I --- .

of flairs, it M only right that some earnestly hope that the efforts the
thought he ;oven to the physical body est bidder on above Agency may be the ui_nfl of inducing '
which tuat';ies every one. to battle with investors and home seekers: to locate
nfe' pnJhlt'm and Ufure'for themselves date the following amoD"u .1 .Chas. i3o -Rowton
the profit or lost on the trial balance '
II}, e<. Th,nigh the bank account may goods: 'i!
be large tad each ones' material gain LIST OP UNCLAIMED LETTERS

great, it would not be surprising if it Remain? the r>'>.l-Offi' .., at Pa-

good suddenly lijpaUh dawuupon has been greatly many iW OVtfl@bei. that- 50 Boys' Jackets size latka Fla., for the week ending Dee. LEMONSTREET, PALATKA.

i y the low condition of the blood. 9 to J a.. 18,18KG. --- _H__ _.-.... .
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't"itr tft this*ta.t :hat the lactic. mii irviuftiuid OEKT8' LIST. -- --- ,
attacks the fibrous tissues, Brown Calvin Balder, Wilhe,
{particutariy the joints, making known 50 Boys' Hats. Oanily, II J Groover A J
i\f\ 1 local mamfi'RUttioB*of rbeutnatiftm J II Jackson, MachJason Walter The
1 :o'ltabds of people have found in '! 3 Gents' Coats. Ram'l L Nelson, A D nas
}(M.f8' sarsaparilla, be great blood > 1'eceon, George Padgett. Noble G ,
miriner, a positive and permanent cure 4 Ladies' Cloaks. Rogers W II Butler, -
for rheumatism Saunders, T W Tanner, Willie, 2 -1OLI2 AX!) e1'AILChao
--- ----- 100 Men's Hats and Sutton, F O Thurman, JohnJ
FEDERAL TOI>T. A 8 Weston, John ;
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; Caps. .. Ban_ Crockery Chi ,
FERAL UI T. Deccmbei 1 l. I LADItSB' LIST. ,

Your correspondent made a trip'to 25 Picture- Frames 16 Belle, Katie Canary, C E .
JaokMmvUJ* cue day last week, and Mernweatber, Armond, Annie -- GlasswarWOOD '
are
while tb..he attended; a perfon ance x21 latest style. I Thomas JosephineThompson J

that they had in tbeit theater. I think Henrietta
thc\ carted; the play "}lOMe," which 10 doz. Gents'- Hand Persons calling for the above letter AND WILLOW WML '
will please say "ADVERTISED. ;
was a mixture of good and poor aing- kerchiefs.
W. P. ANDEKSOK, P. M. I
roar, good and poor acting, and alto- I
guhtr an effort to be fanny and ridiculous 6 Boys' Suits, 6 to 1 11 1 PAPER AND I k BAGS. ,
Eat Good Groceries,
successful. The house
,which .
wo a fair one fur numbers. I like toattend years. Especially when they doat cost any more NO 16 I LEMON STREPT. PAL A, FLA.
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-the consumer, we mean-th&n Inferior ,
time plays and note what these 5 Ladies' Waists. j
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? good II; batter hi been pronounced
and do do. It --- --- ---------- -
t trained people can serves excellent, and my teas and coffee are
to divert one's mind from the more 10 Pair Lace Curtains.; really Invigorating and a pleasure to the
serious doings of life and sets the imagination taste. Fur parity my goons cannot Iw nr PALATKA l
18 Window Shades. pu ed. Call and tee me while on your ClIff
at work, tarrrrag; one into a holiday iboppinfc:tour. Bi\OTI1ER5
'l world of Ilia; own imagining. among 200 Yards Fine Dress E. S. NECK. Home Industry Co
scenes and doings thai will never come Lemon treet,between Fourth and reek, t.
to him but are none the less enjoyable, Goods. When you want spring Cor. Madison and Peck.

where he can soar away into all man- 10 White Bed SpreadsAnd eeds Feed potatoes remember in par-me. Keep on tion band,,a atrices full and select line of coMldera Th m t B B1aIiild li h Gmc House
ner of scenes and doings of fun and ticular. is il-tf ry

frolic, and thin come down to the Big Lot of Notions Fancy and Family Groceries '
actual doings of hard work and care, Mrs. J. M. A. Miller, of San Mateo, r
and sometimes suffering but is all the and Children's Un- was a pleasant visitor to our office to They solicit a share of patro.aae.
better for his relaxation. I don't be- derwear. day. She brought 10 very lucious particular.guaranteeing aatlsfaction In every, In Palatka. .

Ueve' in going through life as though I oranges from her beautiful grove and I ,
was walking in a funeral procession, informs u& that next year she expectsa ED McCRAY Manager.
and these lon -ba1red gentry that do 15 ECLIPSE BICYCLESHigh good crop,provided the tre have no _HI IWe mal + a Special Feature of our
make me tired. They savor too much
setback this winter. She has about

of hypocrisy fun itl better and deceit.to my mind Even ridiculous than a- Grade Worth/ $IOQ. fifty boxes on the trees now. )lrs. LOW PRICES

whole lifetime of apeieh .dignity and Miller states that her pear trees are Mail Order Department ;

awful pomposity full of young fruit, also,which she con ...FOR...
and Mrs. O. J.
Mrs. E. J. Paine eiders strangely for this season. She .
Smith arrived here last week and will
occupy UM Fain cottage this winter. No reserve or limit thinks this a bad indication the' coming THE and pack all t
goods
securely, guar-
We are *n receipt of a very large ripe crop. .. HOLIDAYS
strawberry from Miss Fannie Hamilton an.eeingf their safe delivery, and ,
Also a very fine mandarin orange whatever. Sale be If you lire in Ridgewood or vicinity, it I make no charge for package: or delivery '
from the grove of John B. Hazel, of will pay you to call ont ,"
Orange( Mills. You will perceive at at 1 o'clock I will make special i to depot or steamboat wharf
once that Florida is not dead, and it p gins ,
only a matter of a year or so before, Fred. W. Parsch, prices on all Wines and Carrying a complete stock, such as is '

orange. wi''; be as plenty as heart couldwish. I! rainor shine. All Liquors until January usually found in '

'1 hat whist club is a blooming .uct The Cheap for Cash Merchant 1st, 1897. Send in a
t't* It met at the residence of Mrs.rge new goods. Come
<'t > W..lton ln-t week with 26 mama He win Mil be your orders and they
you anything iFirst..Class
you may
I, re. (,\' >nr(' I'kuiHon I! Jr., carried'<'land investigate. in need of LD the line of choke Qtowne, will have prompt at- Grocery HouseJ
81'oLl' i'u iijic-t honors, and Miss't Dry Good, Median, Christmas (roods,
!\ 't.t i' lr\.tt on the highest number of at tbe lowest figure C Dnby the Re- tention. Pure Gooas
"oat." There were no prices, as some I'I'r gin Orrbeat while, you wait to have I
or the nnmbf were afraid .a prize your order fil'ed. NoUiint Teft undone to only. i
ni'ht: '1"8ti to "RNI.lntr.'! ptaMe my raotooi m. Patronize borne and many articles not usually carried ..
The:P WWII '" ,j t.artvat Hnb'-m'' :indtl r)'. Your tr.uk' Hill he highly ap- '
i preeuled. RINGHAMi by other concerns our customers :
ot
s.rt
1 :'! t f ue : dad: ni&bt-a < M MARTIN D.
to't\ nut+ T*' -, "I. with all h ntl* j| There will be a grand can send us their orders :
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< ipat 1 ,,'*8 nty ignorance; '! ] 'Jith; the assurance of having them 1
:- '_:,\ 11.1' 'SntjVal seasons? entertainment and exhibitiortpf -| Lemon St., j Pal! atka, Fa.! _
1. it 1 !.e'i it'Ye \ Ii.i '- :that! they call the j) __ __ u __ '
fireworks
.,,!v<"+it wasou, n .1\1'.n soda! eathM : Opera House Block. at I
i i c 1t.. no: lI';(\ M ,1\ : ut art; c; my store ChristmasEve. Filled Satisfactorily.
\ ml : MRS. M. BLOChER i
I nut Ke.t: by t'" ? our pet\pt-
:.r. uiht+> tic CE'; 'Pillt,i i i' make the I All free. Every- 4

: ot fie otprum 'v. body invited. Write for Price List.
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.., our
l v '" nrrrs'' as! hapt \ asu s Best Milliufn .
,, !:l' midi\ be, btcan'" l IH intrusted -- -- ,
seem t1 at I I- a"' over town, .
r I\g"t'at: --
\ l IN lot allowed U> 'C',,, "t t at tau Miss KATE IMS At Prices that Please, : -- ---- ---
!'M nne a moro fn*" 'uin;: position I Christmas GoodsAt
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1 ,> ewnpaperoo'rt"." '.2 i k it to be ink
All kind" o' Stamped Lme P.
Vr. H. A. Uodgvh and family, ot MILLINERYAnd Silks anti Thread for fsncv'et'rf> Summer Prices.
"tints Heigh:", mi (I II.wn I Saturday Honiton Bnud Embroider Sils*. .
.till a tuck? hunt,ti. fx'edition. They 8-ooir, Gerauurtown and Zepoyrtt. -
Win the gvesU of Mo J. F. Trnaevw'u otiuas COYltC.8, PvaeelBaod Urn tretUa. I HITto everybody to ea1l at my etore and Me th. exestient'! display of
'a here 11rTenney has her Fancy Goods. (Boyd Hock.) fine ChrlaUHM groceries A man dm makeup a lirst'... Bill of Fare'
)bx use in order ti cut'rtuio f few guests l *\ (-,'r boa Chrlitm8 din *r without! moving oat of his tmah, if hell just
if -n\ devire to s|>t'nil a few weeks on 4, ,c Ha in stock an elegant and diversified Lemon Street. .t..toonr.aB tion We want to Ilyoa ail yon out eat. Come
the, snidest of all riv n,UM St Johns, line of all goods: lit rtainlDJ;: to aroewl and w rU talk it oTer .
where boating Jbhiag aDd hunting the Millinery Business. FOR bALE-A rOOd Crescent bieyde
do. VB will afford the active man recreation. A ASruaALTY Full assortment of L. C. STEPHENS sUpper
STAMPED LINEN'(.OODr and Dr- at a great eacritke; nearly new; owner : r ,
Oar telephone servile.with Palatknh BKOIUEUIED SILKS. has good reason {for selling; machine
n,w simply perfect, 1 Experienced :Northern Trimmer in may be seen at TUE EECOBDEK office. Lemon St., Phone 82.The Grocer.
Dr. Lattint Deck has arrived. charge o Trimming: Department, nol de9-tf '
\ J. F. M Kirby and Morris Sts., Phone 84.

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