The times-herald
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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: April 8, 1898
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001917709
oclc - 35452854
notis - AJZ3258
lccn - sn 96027678
System ID: UF00086614:00056
 Related Items
Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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PALATKA IIEKALI* Tpiabll.bd 1889.rAwrRAtylelCLl'TlalCtiE.tabu+ .. swlldatedarar l. lass \TKA, FLA., APRIL ftr 1898 NEW SERIES--VOLUME7.--NO 1

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BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. I I' Royal makes th. food pare ....
I Prolf ssor G. P. Carson completed his boloin sad d.t : OIIs.POIAl .

Committee Appointed at the series of lectures, given under the auspices Account of Regular Meeting of

Jacksonville! Meeting.The of tbe Woman's Fortnightly The Board, April 6th. i

of Local and Per- Club last Friday evening iu the Council
Paragraphs ,
ratting of the Florida: State City Council met Wednesday night: I

sonal Interest.Short Commission to the .rrao.- {luitlippi Chamber, his subject being the March 16th, in regular session. Present '
"Presidential Election of 1800."
and lateraaUoaal Exposition at Omaha, S. J. Kennerly, Aldermen Stephens .
Never has a lecturer so completely
Stories About Mattersin Neb., from Jane to November, was Merryday, Howell, Thomas, I
Palatka bas Professor Car- OY
held at Jacksonville Wednesday, and captured Stewart Nugent, Ivers and Foster.
Palatka and Putnam County son, and the mention ot his name here I
steps were taken inwards sending a Minutes of previous meeting read
for Busy Readers.We is sufficient to draw a full house. Our I
Florida exhibit. and approved.
kens will be know that at
have met the-enee r, mid we are J. IV. White Mated on Behalf of the at pleased to Finance Committee was granted fur.
the earnest of the ladies
"hlsen". Florida etaic IVes Association that a request to ther lime to which to look into and report b4KING t
the Professor has consented
J. D. Miotnu of Harlem' was in commute was !appointed at the recent charge, to on matter ot taxes of S. B. HalL .,
the with additional
town Tuesday.J. n e tiuf! of the 'association looking to supplement courte an Fire and Water committee to whom POWDERAbsolutely
lecture the of "Recon .
the representation of Florida at the ex- on subject bad been referred the mater of havinga Pure
A. Boughton, of Biui. ;oorl, way struction which will be
position. Mr. While *ni.l that the del. deltvere\dD fire hydrant placed at corner of Em-
in town Friday. 15lh. "
egaiion from Pi) The ehaft for lb.- EnlaIia
new Meamrr take along au exhibit M* they did HI the proper instructions had been given the
is being placed hi por iuo3. Strictly In Season. pork BAKIM POWOf CO., new VOMC. ) ,
meeting! at Asburv Puik u couple of water company: to have work done,
Born Mr. and Mr II. I... Hilher Straw Hats-All styles and sites, Which : .
to years ago). He felt that the editors of instructions will be compliedwith
and to suit alt classes of buyers at
on Marco 2Sth, 1898, a son.Jars. the State would co-operate lully with at once. :
THE S. E. BOND CO. nett, asking for re bale nn IFfT city
J(. }'. Auams has gone lo Ma- the movement to have an exhibit at Tbe street committee reported that reel arki
taxes: ,was referred
4'on, Ga., to visit relative I Omaha. A Palatka Han Hurt. their present drains under the railroa Orni.ittee./ '

Frank Bell, of Welaka was in town After some further discussion, jn We regret to learn that James E. racks where Blake street crosses A petition akin:: that the city ccmr.cil .

Monday and favored as with a call. which the members present took part, dark, formerly of this city and a brother Laure! and where Fourth street crosses ; extend (he vhiJuMlp' year of puW'c:

Jno. E. Marshall returned Friday I it wait decided that a building of suitable i of Mrs. Grainger who now resides Main were entirely too srn all, aDd mo school NI I}. 1 four weeks, was ff'aJ.

We- dimension could be erected at here,was seriously injured in a railroad lion then prevailed instructing clerk to Th's b l hv 140 .
night from a pn if?**ion a I trip to petition lag signed$ patron -
Omaha at a cost of $3.000 includingthe
wreck last week near San Antonio, I communk-a-e with proper railroad, of. apd pnpi's brought up sonic dfectwhn -

laka.The cost of:ground space. It was thought Texa Mr. Clark's right arm was flcals noUf>ift? them to have pnt in at anal m >t'Q.o prevaiw d toallle
Bal! .
: laktoc
schooner Aceie is on that it ...oulc1lake from $20,000 to 925,.
a carao of cypress lumher at Wilson's 000 to make a creditable display of badly scalded his back injured a large these paces a* once six loch: data. city would pay for two weeks provided

Mill. cash cut in his brad and be was badly pipes. the county School Board would assume
Florida products but that if the $3,000
bruised up. His injuries are conceed- ConaoHimcatkHi from Chief Engineer expenses of running school the other s
Guy C. E* ed to be very seriou He was a fireman of Fire Department relative to needed two weeks. :.
Ddoul ; and hibUs. could then be obtained much
I he Atlanta College,
on the ill fated train. repairs in central Ore station building, Action the bonding otdinarje and
in at home. more readilY. This would be raised by
estimating cost of repairs on said: null-l I the ordintnre relating to the peddling

Mrs. White reiurod to Huh Opting (popular uoscriplion. The plan was For Sale ing at $l.i;, was read, and on motion ot meats, etc., iu the city, "dder.

Saturday, after a |.tea. pro rata spaces in the building, and
family of Judge Coxe. I "
of dining and raeetmsr. Rezntar monthly l'fJ-orts' o the
consisting parlor, room
that exhibits be made in this
Reports from different section of way. kitchen ware, crockery, matting, etc. Clerk was instructed to purchase one Chief of Police, collectors and treasurer:
Tbe qutfetion was finally settled by
the county saytbat YeCl"laliOD u suffering These goods must be sold at once. combination water pressure g'lage' read an-1 referred to Finance Committee. -
of the adoption ot a resolution putting it I where same curd be gotten/ cheapest
ror want ram. I. MEYEr, ,,_ .
Lauds of
in the an executive committee. -
the cost not to exceed $6.45. It was Clerk was instructed to receive bids
Baltimore Good Store.
A. L. GlaM chief trala dispatcher of Dry
The follows
resolution was as :
J further ordered that clerk purcha oneeaeh on 00 cubic yards of perri winkle shells. .
the Plant System at Springs, ha -Ke86lved That the chairman
I, ap- Circuit Court NetVeek.. '''Callaban' and "Waldron" hut- Regular monthly bills 'were then read
been in the this week. .
city inta committee of three or fun to
off I'u"-! ..
The term 'uf Circuit Owitt and ordered oaid, amounting tafVftTl.-
Mrs. T. A. GerflMMftd returned to tier 1 een'thute an executive committee of spring '
will convene next Tuesday, Judge W. Communication received from D'.G. 3: !. Clerk was instructed to draw a
home at Edgar Fndav after a visit of tbe com mission, clothed with authority I
A. llocker presid Ing. E. Welch. State Board of Health, lead warrant id favor of Palatka WatJf' 1
several days to friend In Pa la tin. to into execution such executive .
put la mretin of council relative .
Clerk Price info'me u. ye"tertl<> at 't ? to Work for J250( on account.Adjournment .
A three masted schooner has been details may be deemed proper, and matters of compu'aory' vaccination, was
that thus docket tWitS| atr\
taking on a cargo of yellow pine lum to report from time to time to this corn li htooe. akcn up and after discussion motion '. 'F

per at the G. S. & F. wharf. rol .ion. Also, that the committee be l prevailed that action he deferred C11LStT02tIA"tr .

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Misses Ada and Margaret Miller re- next regular meeting. t.ztl.

tnrned to T rancis Friday, after a pleas V ,,. ?.. i i i i i i laaa m m i i i C,ni ern-,.cuon (rom Mrs I. C. Ben. M.essrnn 01 -, ''ft_ 4 r

ant visit to Mrs W. L. Wat& t. -
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Good Waltham or Elgin Open ?
Henry Cannon moved hi* family this I

- week from Peniel to Federal Point LL .
Stem Wind Watches :
where be will be employed by 11....... I ,
An valanch
Hodges A Co.: t FOR THIS WEEK $5.00. Lt1 I t1]
1 .
County Judge Coxe issued .a''I1101 th ul ...

eighteen marriage licenses, *;ht to frft feij -OP'Gigantic- ,.. .
white couples and ten to eeteied 1

couples.Mr. Practical Watchmaker. h Bargains

M. II. Head has bought two hun- tfi ._ L! ..

dred orange trees from Mr. MHJaslell zl I Cg"Brlng or send us your WATCH WORK.all Guaranteed. For every penny spent we are giving do .ble

which he rill have set out on his home lj. in the best
the value Crockery, Glassware and l

place, Island View. Kitchen Utensils ever sold.:

Miss Casten, who conducted the public --.---

school at Francis last term, passed empowered to select any number of Reception to Captain and Mrs. Lucas. WE; ARE ACTUALLY

through Palatka Saturday en route to men to act as its representatives for he Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Menyday pave : ,"''i'T.n:

home at Nashua. purposes of carry in?on the work ,' a reception Monday evening at their Giving Away Glassware .

J, N. Price was up before Couuty Those Appointed. residence on River street to Captain

Judge Coxe Tuesday, charged with as- Henn Curtis Quincy, U. E. Ruse and Mrs. J. E. Lucas. A large num- Free of Cost.

sault. He was placed under a bond of of Kissirumee, W. F. Tabor of Imcr- ber of invitations were issued, and

$200 to await action of grand jury.J. lachen, U. L. Porter of Grand Bidcr. rmny guests were present. Delicious
and W. W. K. Decker of Tarpon Sp'gs( refreshments were served during the -o- .
B. Howe, Keuka, who was iu to l Our stock of
see us Tuesday, informed us that 'he were appointed as the executive com evening, and the occasion was one of Staple .

has already set : .OOO tobacco plants. mittee. rare pleasure.The and Fancy Groceries Ts

He says the prospects for a god: crop Secretary Thompson tendered his Gm City Guards, Captain Lr- full and complete.

are bright. resignation, but it WM not accepted.Dr. cas commanding, attended in a bo 1r.
will dot
IT. J. Fowler and UtUe son, of Hope, U. E. SLotkbItJ; of Lake City, The Tax Sale Postponed. ; Cash buyers

elected secretary to the executive well to visit our store
were among Tuesday's visitors to Pa- was At the regular meeting of the Uoa: d [ .

latka. Mr. Fowler is one of our staunch committee.It i of C.nimv Commissioners Tue dait 1 t t before making d';pur-
decided recommend
friends, and favored as with a call was several wai decided to postpone the dan-: for chases. 'tB
to the Governor furappoiutmC"ut
while in town the sale of lands fur dean! jQCDI. LIiXC" -
as members of the commission, a* follows 1
the Bret Monday Join to the .
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We have some ,()(values in White : W. B. heath of Pasco county

I trees Goods, which may interest you. U. Cunningham, secretary of Hoard of tirst Monday in July. ijf Ml< orders nceive p < rapt ai.d
This arrangement wilt alow: ;auy,
Call and inspect. TnMe of Tampa J. ii. Riley mayor of ctittul .u, taiion. Man, i ertue mjoth loner lopny their i.i.\s.
THE S. E. BOND Miami; M. E. Gruber of Palm Beach '- fully iM>,(...od.Dd penA. utuv.i.given .-.u
the books closing on the lat ot Lit Itt
Miss Cornelia Kirby, formerly the B. E. Rose af Kissimmee,C. II. Camp month, instead of the lat l8r! of .) in *aiBe.

bright light of education that leigned >f.l', mayor of Ocala; W. M. Curry of March. 1

as mistress over the school at Norwalk Qnmcy. G. L. Burtlnra of Key West, Very.e.Cu'I},
The fell orocewlme* will be j prints:! I
during the past term, has returned to Guy 1. Metca'f nf West Palm Beach. iu THK TIMES-HERALD.
Gore of Orlando. J. Ira Gore
Mahton I
her home on the Heights.
of St. Petersburg, S. J. Fairbead pres. Come in and See U*. B. J. GROOMS
A number of people from Val(ous ident of the Jacksonville Board of

sections of the county have been In Trade; E.I. Vasnn of Tallahassee, F. Our friends from differeniei-

town this week, and THE TTM :s-ITEn- L. Robertson of Brooks ville, J. W. lions of the county who attend

ALD has added many new names to its WhIte of Jacksonville, B. B. Tatum ot court next week are invited to call alTnF. Cash Bargain Store,
Bartow, Geo. J:. Gay, mayor of Pa TIMES-HERALD office-and
see us.
already farce tnbscrjption list. latkaand I. E. Webster Gainesville. .
Come whether you are a subscriber or "
The ringing of the fire bell a little Following is the committee appoint- L .MON ST., PA LATKA, ELA oi
by the State Press Association at De- not, read our exchanges and make thin t
after midnight Friday morning was a .- .-..,. .
Land while "T
: office your btadquater you are
rather serious matter to use as April Edgar A. Pabor, Pabor Lake; E. B. l :
I in town.
tool. Such fun should! he made very Oalboun, Marnanna; E. D. Ostio t _
coshlv to the parties ,!iuld they be Melbourne; J. Ira Gore, St. Petersburg THE TimeHEI:At.D willpuoit.hf.iVery ..

; Cb.fc B. Keadali, Palha. lv u.edugs IIf 1be eurt -
caught. Fun > a ;good tiling in Ha 1 "
place, but there i<< a limit to all things Madras Ctollihft I ? We have it. I latest fetfies ia Lade Oxfords 1 -

cvn fun. ',. TIIE S. E.'BOND CO. J at THE S. E. BON it Cl). i -- ---Se r .


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The Sure La Grippe Core. KIDGEWOOI

OUR COUNTY EDITORS There is no use suffering from this

dreadful malady! if yon will only get KIDGKWOOD, FlaM April 4. -Mr. Bul- AN OPEN LETTER
/\/\ /V/S/N/yNWVVW
the right remedy. You are having lard, our efficient tax assessor! has been

IKTERLACHSN.IXTEHLACHEX pain all through your body,your liveris the guest of Fred. "W. Parsch from

out of order have no appetite, no Saturday to Monday 'last. Mr. Dullard To MOTHERS.

April 2.-Mr C. L. life or ambition have a bad acid in a clever! gentleman, and well worth WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COCRTS OUR RW)':' TO TH2

Whipps attended the Christian Endeavor fact are completely used up. Electric Ii" confidence placed in him by his EXCLUSIVE USEF THE WORD 'CASTORlA.." .AND
Bitten are the only remedy that will AS OUR TRATh' RL
Convention at Winter Park constituents.The "PITCHER'S CASTORIA,

week before last and reports a fine act give directly you prompt on your and Liver sure relief.Stomach They and auction held at Capt. Foster's a I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, J.J8f;'I I)tfts,

time.Mr. Kidneys, tone np the whole system few days ago has been a success, near- was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIAWZ6

James Harrkks, an English and make you feel like a new being. ly every thing brought Us full value '
gentleman more recently from near They are guaranteed to cure or price The Ridgewood Store did a good business that has borne and does now f .'Zj73E 5 : "" : 'cryi

1'ou>zbteepaie,X. J.,dIed at Mr. Daniel refunded.For that same day nearly everybody bear the fac.8 mile signature of C z7&& <.x pper.

. Covert's recidencA March 20. Funeral sale at the drug Ore of Aeker- passing from the auction giving the This is the original PITCHER'S CASTORIA;' which : ',.n

was conducted by the Masonic order man & Stewart. Only 33) cents per store a call.
and interment was made at Interla- b:Ule. used in the homes of the Mothers of America for c" :1
Mr. Parsons has been in healthof
poor J ;
lie leaves widow anda LOOK CAREFULLY at the end sec
cben. a young wrapper
MAXNYILLE.MAXXYILX.E late and will probably be obliged to years.

little bop about a year and a half old stay here longer this spring than usual. the kind you have always bought szjZ '!>/ / J
to his Iocs. Mrs. Harriet and
mourn Why not stay for good? We appreciate ; C s/7& Zr- ," ,;'
and has the signature of -
child wDl go to her par nt's home In Fla., April 4W. L. such neighbors as the Parson fami-

Manchester, England at soon as it iA Orange has bought the south half of lv. and would be much pleased to have per. No one has authority from me to it.;s my ," Jt-

possible to leave. block 3, and also the Preston property.The them settle among us cept The Centaur Company of which Chcs. H. 1 ::3

Mr. P. C. Ersklno has to Seneca -
gone Hon. Frank I. Mann of Gleman, There is a probability of a turpentine President.

S. C., for a short tay and then will 111., Miss Ella Mann of Bardstown, ftill being erected here. Parties havIng Q&/2:1*.........t .; : y/* -. ;. .
for the March 8,1897.
to England summer.
Ky., Mrs Maggie Hunter, and Mrs. limber for turpentine purposes may
Mr. John Sleeth has returned to his Fannie Wilson of Indianapolis, Ind., do well to leave their address at the Do Not Be Deceived.

home ft Chatswortb, IU. who have been spending some time Ridgewood Slqre. .
Do not endanger the life of your child by r ; ,:th
Our German friend Henry Xadel here have left for their northern
There is surely going to be war soon. ,
which 03:
Sew York: March 30th C. a cheap substitute: some druggist may ;:
left for City x>n homes. The boys around. here are trying to gel
because he makes a few more pennies on i '. :I
Mrs. Berkstresser hold of (
Dr. Whlpp tat attending every available pistol, gun and
of Hawthorne. who i h quite Without A Rival.As knife. Two milhtarv companies are gredients of which even he does net know

sick.Mr. a positive cure forsprains,bruises, being formed here-one of them to "The Kind You Have Always Be- ; ':lt"BEARS

J. Brewer and wife, of Great and pains of all kinds, Salvation Oil shoot the Spaniards! ; the other to cut
Barrinjtofi, Mass., arrived here Mon. has no equal. Mrs. Frank Juif, 518 them up, and if there Is any still left THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE l' I

day. Gratiot AvcM Detroit, Mich., writes : they will be ground in a sausage mill

PICKWICK. "I used Salvation Oil in my family and sold as Wienerworst byTilE

and can say it has no rival as a liniment HUaTLER. rr
If You Wish to 1* Well 4 ptv
; it certainly cures pains. I Essay on Man. fF
You must fort 1'y your system against ,
sprained my ankle and it cured me Man is born of
woman is of
blood a
the attacks of dI t a.1I(. Your must, 0 ,
and since then I have always used it
few days and full of microbes.
be stomach and digestIve
pure your
organs in order your appetite for any pains and bruises SalvationOil He hoppetli out of bed in the morning Insist on Having

good. Hood's fear*aparllla is the medIcine is sold for only 25 cents. Xo other and bia foot is pierced by the tack Failed Yon
The Kind That Never
do the work
to build you up, purify and remedy as promptly. of disappointment. "
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enrich your blood and give you lIe sitteth down to rest at noondayand

strength, it creates an appetite and A Righteous War.JackBourille is stabbed in the nether anatomy

gives digestive power. Metropolis. by the pin of disaster.He .
Whether we have war with Spain or walketh through the meets of

HOOD'S PILLS are the favorite family I not, there is one war which we must the city in the pride and glory of his SCHEDrJLEOF: :

cathatie. easy to take, easy to operate. have and carry on for generations to manhood and slippeth ou the banana

come-the war against i ignorance.The peel of misfortune and unjointctb his THE-

NASHUA.i best money Florida spends is the ,n ck. ,"
Beach & Miller Line.
wi11 money which supports her public lIe smoketh the cigar of contentment -

.&, April 4.-Nearly ail the schools; the Investments she makes and behold it esplodelh with aloud I

,. people of our town attended the San- is the appropriation for tbe educationof noise, for it was loaded.I I Steamer Crescent.From .

day services of the revival meetings the masses of the people. We find lIe slicieth down the banisters of life I Jacksonville 8:30 a. m.. Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays.

which are being held at Welaka under In the Hartford Conrant the following and flodeth ,them full of splinters of From Crescent City at 7:30 a. m.. Mcodayi\V' dnrida38 and Saturdays

the leadership of the Methodist Pastor, five round propositions: torture. R. J. ADAMS Agent.
f4"'Wharr font of Lemon Street.
Rev McCluney and Rev. Banta of Do 1. That our soundest wisest, best lIe lieth down at night an i n clung:

Land. These meetings have been well paying investment here Conunecticut by the mojquitos of annoyance and his

attended all through tbe week, but the today Is our public schools. The most frame is gnawed by the l 1A..1I.! u..s of

.Sabbath, services were especially Inter. precious and productive of all community adversity. PLANTSYSTEM Leave Paint kn,

estlug, calliug together a large: number expenses is, as President Elliot said What is man but the thinll0:m of :5:00 A. 31.,1:111'. M., 5:55 P. M.

from nearly all of the neighboring at Fall River the other day, the school fate?

19wnl. exuente. Behold! he is impaled on the hook 'Arrive Jacksonville,

..: We are 2tad to note the arrival of 2. That our constant aim and policy of despair, and furni"beth tJtlf.> r \ > 7:30 A. M,3:11.iP.M.i:40P.M.
ass fig
Mrs. Casten who returned Saturday should be to improve our school sys leviathan Death in the fathom.

from Francis, a.t which place she has tem. The better the schools the rich ocean of Time. I QUICKEST AND MOST DIIIECT ROUTE-

completed a most successful term of er are the returns to the town and IMate. I Sorrow and travail follow him all

school. the days of hif life. In hi* mfam- be I
is afflicted with and rvhv. and l
Mrs. Wrlbon, of Missouii, I It spending 3. That we should economize any- worms
a few weeks with her sister Mrs. where and everywhere else before we in his old aze: with theuinallsin aLd I ,

begin to economize at the of ingrowing nails.
Dunbar. expense \i ):OO A JI.TlLIX carries Pullman Sleeping far trom Palatka and
Connecticut's boys and lIe marryeth a croue'rdman *
An intereetinz entertainment and :: :t I and day coach from Jacksonville to Cincinnati, without
4. That onlv a demonstrated necessity because her father i I" rich, and ti ulet'i change, via Montgomery and L. & N. It R.
examination was given by the children
could of the she has not seuau euuugh t. fly
justify crippling
at the school house on Monday night any I I I ZOO.l\: 3[ TRAINS connect at Jacksonville with Pullman Sleeping
evening school work, or of the school meat. -Vl\\r Car for 1\ew York via A. C. L. and Penn'a R. R.. also Pnll-
as the closing of the school term. Avery
library work. His fatbeMU'law then rnouleynth I and ):00 P Jl man sleeper for Nashville via Tirtoo Macon Atlanta, Cbatt-
pleasing feature of the eveningwas
demonstrated with stocks and und_ anooga.
5. 1 hat any mistake, goes r.
a doll drill. The little girl with
their white dresses and flowing hair foolishness or wastefulness in the What is man but a tumor uu tbe I'lll: P )1 TRAIN. Xew York and Florida Special, Pullman Sleep.
school system should be corrected. neck of existence.He InK cars from Palatka; Dining. Library and Observationcars
looked very pretty indeed as they came from Jacksonville to New York.
Money's worth for the money is a good playeth the races anti bett ib h'a
on In the stage; each wearing a nurse's .
rule in school matters as in other ma all on tbe brown mare became L<* haih ;V55 P II TRAIN Pullman Sleeping Car Palatka to St. Louis via
cap and carrying her favonte doll on terse received a tip. The f..Jtad gelding Montgomery and L. & N., connects at Jacksonville with
her arm. I sleeper for St. Louis via Ttfton Albany, Columbus, Biriningbam -
What is true of public education in with a bald face winnelb.
As soon as the drill and march were Holly Springs; also connects with local tleeper
ConnectIcut is true in Florida. Wn Behold he runneth for oCke and I
before the applauses bad died Savannah.I
over Jacksonville to .
must not only maintain our public the bad beat pulleth his leg: ever and !I I

away the boys came marching to the chuola-we must make them better. anon, and-voteth against, him. I I WE PALATKA 11:00.A. M., 1:52 P. M. and 10A. M. f Gulf Coast
stage and surprised the audience with a .. Sanford.
He exalteth himself among hi* pa i I

ludicrous burlesque of the doll drill. There is no joy in this world equal to pie that he ewelleth with pride but i i LEAVE "AL.TK.11:0.; A. Jl., for Gulf Coast of Florida, via Ocala and

Each boy wore a derby hat several the happiness of therbood. A we when the votes are coun.ed lit findHh i i I' Leesburg.
sizes larger than his head, and as the! nan's health is her dearest possesdon. I
his name Mod. He boasted of his i
orders of the drill were eiven they love I Pullman or Parlor Cars on all Trains.
per. Good looks, good time, bappSnew, strength in Israel, IuI.i I.. tM-.ttcti by abaklheaded
formed them with great alacrity going and Its continuance, depend on tier I I West Hu"Vana. Mobile and Jamaica Fort
mao front Orange. $<.-.m.hfi Line Port Tampa to Key ;
through unique motions, vastly differ- health Almost all of the sickness t f lIe cnelh forth to breathe the fresh I Myers, Manatee River and St. Peieteburjr.U. .

ent in character from those of tbe doll women Is traceable: directly or Indi- air and meditate uOil theaoilv of ;I W. WRE. N. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah. Oa.

drill, yet the order the hall organs strictly feminine. Tioablej of
same using in the j
book cashier with a *t;ht draft for .
place of doll*. this kind are often neglected I ecauiea S3i7.30.A .
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natural and proper modttty --- -
A lighter of lumber armed at Mr very political enem lieth in wait for .
from ph tftllu"
keep women away )
Crane's place Iat weak to be used in wto*e titUtence upou examination him at the.ruarLet place, aud w lkeih :t !

building a she'ier'' fur the !protection o' aa4 I I.cut treatment is gttier&llv as BW- around him crowing like M eucK. The beat tt VIGOR MEII
atbd. gran n am !
tender growing; bulbs. less t no it U common. Ur Pierce'. Wbat is a man but a !nimble un I the

Mr. llrad w now iad"|*tMl Di of theta Favorite Prescription' will no rinse fir face of politic? .%Jfes.sis ThebertrretI.knoe peds own are FVrrv'a'ept .. "r>v.FERRY'S : Eatily,Quickly,Permanently Restored

'-mill as be has a small ODe of his them than 0Jdxs 0-. In tOO It will ro lIe trusteth a mau who claim. w, t e oidwhhante

own winch bee recently sewed a quantity more Ih n the hnndru +itli doctor un- BlUxl with ngbleoufuc. t nd: .tau.leib 'i J !MAGNETIC*to Cor* nsomnia.Fits NERVINE, Dt tttnessItyuerisI written ,

of lumber. I.W4 he prescr b-s it It It a pieocrip- high in the ynagwjue, cud .'".* dune I Nervous Debi!ltr, rust result\italitSeminal Lotto,
Failing Memorr-tb of O\er-work, Worry.
EtiLAn \- iou of Dr. R V. Pierce, who, for 30etra up. Fur his pious Irt ".1 H full wf ,, Famous 8 4ck-, Ent' of oath or pier-iadoltence.
and $1 6 bests $S.
; Price SOc ;
) baa beeu oonsultinjphysic-! rude Boil runneth over htm wun dc- For quick, posture and lasttnv results in SrinalIVcakncss.
Old IUc. tao of the Wor .l'IJ Disiwusnry Rod Invalid L\ Ask th'd.rtwft- rlwh. .. t lmtcncj. Nrnmos Debility and Lost
Every day etmssthens tbe belief ef emi- ra't pLrn I', VHabty use YELLOW LABEL 3PECUL-dotibl
Hotel at llaCMo N. Y. t
Frome ad eCrsl r ijrth-wfll tire trnicth sat tone to every pan
the ta
cradle the bsh.dh *
to j
cent s&yeU that blood ia.the tfrarc > f
;s impure bend til oot'-CentstAmps to o'nerentof :' ,,n, ,'.w-VM {stet t t..1 6iEFraM.Af + and effect a permanent core. Cheapest and best.
rause W tae majority of our diaetfee his cheek lo the win llMl looPUlff): brraaiL
Twct4y.fi rears ago this theory WM oed mailing only cud receive free copy &mith ih him FREE-Abottledthe; femeo Japanese Liver
M a Luis for the formula of Orowac Iron Pellets wifl be gives with a ft box or more of Stag
Medical \ .hilker.1
'of Dr. I'ierc.'e:: ,
tin Sold only by
IHtfera. The many remarkable com effected Verily, man is but a wan ou the
by this famous old hqnarhokJ remedy are dress I World's Dispensary Medical A,.
uffieient to prove that the theory is ation Bu&o
Brnnu'Iroa BUten i.'aold by all dealers. oc uf titnt..a freckle ua the fae l of' the j iIIQiYer Palatka, Fla.



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Grew Rapidly Worse-Doctors Dido

I S I > Good. Oh!with come meAnd and roam o'er the :w"Hld

Florida News Culled For The )In. Adam Starts, Mequon, WI.., in maybe find ;where its lovebest spot will cure well have a bright

i a recent letter to Dr. Hartman, writes: rich color and flavor with good
We will to to the noih. to the east and

.", Times-Herald Readers. I ter"I write because this let-o f ,I_ west, burning properties if liberally
'Ttil we reach a realm'of delight and
I mv sympathy for iet. with fertilizer
I the suffering supplied a containing -

Some of the More ]Im- people. For six Far far to tbe north the lands of the at least 10% actualPotash
I suffered
Tear snow
po rant Events.. with chornic ca Beckon m beauty, and thither we
Urrb. Whenever ire. Il.)

I caogbka' r There in their splendor ma1etic, most
little cold 1 wou.d ,' r grand, ;
Kissimmee ba appropriated $13,000 have a severe I The snow-capped peaks in tbe sunlight
: EN10YS and the county the same amount, for spell of sickness stand.
Both the method and results when building a public school house. I need different 1/ in the form of sulphate.The .

Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasantand catarrh medicines and doctors did all Tbe earth is beautiful down below
of tobacco i is im-
West Htlsboro Press: This yeaf. or- in robes quality
its of
refreshing to the taste and actsgently they could, but the relief was only) tem Wrapped fleecy snow,
crop will net not less than |200.- Dot winter wind blows chill and drear.
yet promptly on the Kidneys, range proved by that form of Potash
In December, 1897 my condition
porary. And with shudder **Ah!
Liver and Bowel, cleanses the system 000 to the growers of this county. we cry a ,
became bad. 1 couldu't freak not here.
very Our boob wilt tell jar what lo use.
effectually, dispels colds, head The fishermen report a big run of you
aloud; I had a terrible cough, profuse They are free. Send for them.
aches and fevers and cures habitual shad at WeJaka at present, and more Next to ihe ;wettward we lake our
expectoration: and frtquenllytpit blood GERMAN KALIOKS..
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the have been snipped from Welaka this way; 93 Nassau Si,hew y.....
its kind night sweats and extreme emaciation. The earth 1Calr and the fields are
only remedy than before.
duced to the eyer/ro- season ever I was cure I must die of ("OlMumptioa.Tbec..t.trrh RaT,
pleasing Water in the canals near Kis-imm et Hut we know that the nurrlcaoe linger Veterans' Picnic.
seemed hare 'l
ut spread a
to the stomach in
ceptable prompt
its action and truly beneficial m its getting 110 low that the steamer plying over my l odv ; my head throat, nose, Ami near we, cry in terror, "Not here, not The Maeasdne C mtnitleeef the Veterans -

rat only from the mostbealthyanda : between that place and Fort \'ert :' bladder and womb. Ai this time I received here." Picnic, which 11 to be held at

,eeablesubstances, its will soon have to be taken off. a book concerning Pe-ru-na. Crescent City oh Wednesday May 4tb,
Now, in the land of the rislDS sun,
many excellent qualities commend it The steamship Miami will be with- I immediately wrote to Dr. Hartman, We traverse the countries one by met tad Weduesdaj, toe full committee

to all and have made it the most drawn from the Nassau route soon and who prescribed Pe-ru-na and Man-a- oneFairest being present,' various sbb-eom-

popular remedy known. and will go north and enter on the run liu. I followed his directions strictly. of cities here we find mittee were appointtd to arrange details

Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 between Boston and Bar Harbor.A I bean; to improve with the first bottle > Glories by art of man designed. as follows:

cent bottles by all leading druggist larger acreage of corn than usualis and during the time that I took the Rums that speak of a by-gone lav, Transportation J. Adams and J.

*. Any reliable druggist who being planted in Btevard county, medicines; I gained twenty pounds. I Beauties that bid the trav'ler Mav. D. Point
may not have it on band will pro- But stately and grand though these Advertising E. Marshall and G.
each farmer and stockman desiring to feel as well now as anyone could possibly -

cure it promptly for any one who raise enough to feed his horse for the f not
wishes Do not "Nay,
to try i accept any
been dead font ao bad it not been for Hud
substitute year.A Dr. Ilartman's advice and aedicine." For we think of a home we left behind. Crest City-J. II. Harp, with
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. silver dollar couuterfeiter was Where the pine trees wave In the
last week. It i Is Every woman should have a copy of wind power to appoint a sub-cornnaitte
8AH rXASCISCO. CL caught: in Defuniak gentle ,
!LOuiSvilE Kr. KW YORK ..,. thought a :sang of counterfeiters are Dr. II art man's latest book entitled, Sigbinr a lullaby soft and low Steamers will leave Adam wharf at

operating in tbe Western part of the "Heal.h and Heautv Sent free by To the flowers down below. 7:30 a. m., returning at 4 p. m.
Souvenir badges will be with
The IV-ru-oa Drug Manufacturing
State.A \Ve think of a vine clad cottage fair.
Company, Columbus Ohio. Where jatsamine blooms perfume every ticket. Tickets 'X' ) cents roundtrIp
PALATKA factory for making turpentine hat- -r--- the air, ; children: 23 cents.If .

rels started in Seville last weekand! has John Datum, a \Vesi Virginian! wi s Where the mocking bird his'" j>iynm laySends

already got orders for about 5,000 bar- marr.edata distance from home and forth through tbe !tn.tongom jou are not feeling wet' why cot

rels. Mr. J. Robinson. Is the propri- received th a telegram from the old mer chip ta\e llo d's Sarsaparllla It will purify -

foUs: ":rctpt congratulations from And we cry, "dear land of sunshine and enrich your blood and do you
the direct llaeef
on etor.A person is prematurely old when the whole Damm family.1'AN and fl.mer, wonderful good.At .
Long' may thy bettutles and j->}9 bt
traTel between? baldurra occurs before the forty.fifth our, the wet and dry election beld in

year. Use Hall's: Hair Renewer to keep : OKIJ NANCE. We will eee o'er the weary wor.1! l .tit Orange county last Friday the county

New York the scalp healthy and prevent bald loam went dry by a small majority. Little

ness. .ordinance. to protect <-baJ. .trees And find true sweet rest in our own interest is said to have beeu taken in

Comptroller Reynolds has! ruled that and shrubbery within the City of sweet home." the election

land entered under the homestead lawis Palatka.Be _____EcIL.A.Johnson's .

Havana subject to taxation from the date of it ordained by the City Council of

final proof, whether a patent has been. the City of I"alaltka, Honda, and it is Chill and Fever

issued or not.Governor hereby ordained as follows : Tonic is a ONE-DAY
..VIA.: : Bloxham has requested the Sec. 1. Whosoever tie or fastens a
Cure. It cures the most
government to make a survey ot the horse, mule, ace, ox. cow or goat to a

Jacksonville, sponge grounds of the State, with a' shade tree, an ornamental tree or any stubborn case of Fever in

view of the extension of the industry of shrubbery within the limits of the City 24 Hours.

Tampa and growing and gathering sponges. of Palatka, or whoever negligently or i

wilfully uff- rt or pel mill such animal iI I
Ki *immee Valley Gazette has adopted AN EASTER OFFERING.:
Key West to damage toy such tree or trees or
the following plank in its platform:
shrubbery, shall be lined not more than Weary and worn upon life' IR.l e.
A good hard trunk road from Jackson- It is Impossible for the systemto
I've found
five dol'ars! or imprisoned in the city a quiet hermitage
Railway, son vilie to Tampa via Green Cove withstand the demands made
Where brief the tears it shed
jail for not more ban ten "*avs. forgets ,
Springs, Palatka, DeLand Sanford upon it just at this season, with
And revive that deaJ
Sec. 2. That all ordinances partsof hopes once were out the assistance of
a good puri-
Orlando Kissimmee lakeland and
North Where love devine with heavenly
ordinance m c'uLdl with the provision glow fying and strengthening tonic.

intf Plant City. of ibis nrhnsace| he" and be Makes the sad heart forget its woe, The changes which Nature decrees

South When the blood Is kept pure and the same is i hereby appwlwi.S. I \nd Christ, the rien! .t II inpirrs shall take place each spring are

Lino system thoroughly invigorated by the J. KfcXNKKLY, With happier thoughts, wnh pure so severe that a breakdown i)

Through use of Arer's SarsaparUla! sudden President of City Council. desires, almost sure to come. It is wise

tho changes of temperature and extremes i Pa !>*4 in open Council, Mar 1C, 1808. Oh, may each wayworp pilgrim Gad that all possible assistance be

of brat and cold fo characteristic( of '\I'lroMar.. ISth, 18'J3.HEO. Such rest of body, peace of wind! given daring this period, as upon

certain' climate, are rarely attended this purifying depends the .
E. ft AY, I. process
Heart FloridaAsk with injurious results Take it now Mayor. Many there be as well as I health for the entire summer.

Attest- That solace find in this retreat, Everybody just now should take a

I The Florida Railroa Commission T. B. AKDEUSOV, Who hear the busy world go by, thorough course of Swift's SpecificS.S.ST0B1ood '

will meet'at Tallahassee on the 14th City Clerk. Yet cannot tempt their( straying feet,

inst. to hear grievances from the drummers For dearer to their hearts: by far

for who will make a determined effort IS' CIKCUIT COURT, FIITIf JUDI- Than all allurments of the world

to have the Commission order the CIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF Is he who first removed death's bar.
Tickets back the mile FLORIDA, PUTNAM COUNIT.JIEXHYSTBUXZ which cleanses the
railroads to put 1,000 And wide its hurled thoroughly
-Is CUANCEnY. open gates were ,
Ia the J. T. & K. W. blood of all the accumulated impurities
books, or to have the railroads to reduce And, thinking of his empty grave,
their rates from 4 cents mile. ) tones tip and strengthensthe
per T.. I Foreclosure of They know his power who came to
WILLIAM P.HOUSE) Mortgage.It entire system,and aids Naturein
/Nrite the General John B. Stetson University is now save.
Passenger and the
apl>nI'IllIt by the affldarit of Henry renovating renewing
affiliated with what Is doubtless the Strum the complainant. that In his
to render it and
the defendant William f*. Hones is a Lily or palm I cannot bring, body so as healthy
Agent for Information richest institution of learning. at leastin non>re ident of the State of Florid, and Nor rarer offering: to his shrine. strong. Those who purify their
the United States-the University of that his present residence it in nr nnah. blood with S. S. S. at this
.Georjrta.and that there I*no person in the The mead of gratitude be mine season
O Coffin 6 D. Ackely.CHurI.'S ( Chicago. During his recent visit to State of lortda.that the service ot a cabmen are well fortified against the many
upon whom would bind fttld defendant, and And of his love to loudly sing-
DeLand, President Harper was very that be is over twentr-one yean of ape. forms of disease so prevalent dur-
It i* therefore ordered that the iJefendAitt, That love which brought: him down lo
Suhl1'1dut.' (seal '11",1"'' IiaaJACKSONVILLE. favorably impressed with the thoroughness William f House, do appear to the ML tied earth ing the dreaded heated term, for
of the work done at Stetson and herein on the it Las been demonstrated that the
2nd DAY OF MAY. A. D.I leas To show ts deviser way
the reLial clime. These two items system that is thoroughly purifiedin
tfceaaroe being the rule day of MM eo th.
By which the vilest sinner may
have induced him to enter into an It is further ordered that this notice be pubIfefced the spring is well prepared to
once week for four eomeevtrre weeks Remove the ban that cursed his birth. resist disease all
agreement with Stetson whereby be Im tfce Tines-Herald,a DewMaiwr Mkltobed .. summer.
MADE ME A MAN delicate aM Coosty and Circuit.WttMM 0, Risen Cbmt, for hope device No other remedy on the market #'
will send many more or leas hand ad
air teal of MM circuit
TABLETS._ POSITIVELY CUBE students from Chicago to DeLand for Court. tkte es,h day or March. A.D.I***, Oar heartfelt erxtitnde is thioe! is equal to Swift's Specific as a .
+ Dise.w-F.Iltaa.. Mao- JOSEPH mICE.lEAL. NEILL MACDUNALD. medicine because it is the
-7 coCMMd ., spring ,
: '
= ;= (f Clerk .
oth.r i the UeLand News.
of 4 UdUu season.-
jAJAX. 9'le..4l. ..... ......z. ---' api.W only purely vegetable blood rem-
.1Lal /oo
( doero.et.ud
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{( ctadr'IP7-Dr wrrliMMity .,. I edy and ia guaranteed absolutely
chow iBinedUteTvM ,*.itr AWILMSTKATOR'S NOTICE Why take Johnson'sChill free from potash, mercury and all
&ud eI.u a L'CRE ..,. aU other UU IB. Johnson'sChiland
.u* b.rlnc the a.outi. Al.a T.bl.ta..:= & Fever Tonic? other minerals. It cleanses, purifies
: .
|I T mM 1 tbouMnili .n 700. Pix MOXTHH Arrru DATE i WILL builds and
tu w.wrlUM r..r ntt.to eflict.cnr rn pjQ taor inn.SEST.ey up strengthens.Insist .
.eh twr ew.e.r.fand... N..UM. d.1I noow.treetu PrVxVJ for C.. 0 Ot. ar. U foal el the aoeoants Kvtate:' of and Ckariei roacben.Cernlng aAdtt4n4trator Because it cures the on S. S. S., for there is noth .
-1"01 rri... I.. dere* *d.to Ole County Judee of lvtnamCeaa. half
SAX RE1ILDY CO., 'J ," ty.Ilsridaawlasktobe< di eharK d from the most stubborn case ing as good.
farther alaittratloa of Mid e uu!. I
Fer sale t* PalaUa by Fever E.S. CIULLoArIBIlDlstrator.
of Fever in ONE DAY.Skin !
Ackerman & Stewart, Drngcist! feb M. '98-Gm. Cum testamento annexo.


Why tnkeJohnsonYsChill For the care of tetter, Itch, eczema,

& Fever Tonic? SIX ONTHSAn&BOAT& I WILL PRESENT. eryi|ela.. and all Irmihllity uf the
Cures FeverIn mi deal adieoaat+ aM T.-eMr1l as sitdairusuls
of sloe MbIIIr \Vm..Sf' Hu iiini iioa. .. skin Dr. Bdmondson'4 Eczema Cure
Because it the .ba eo.aV......of Pvteatn Cane rawMft, 1
cures and uk 10 be iUtivteed turn rata &tfctr .*- b the standard. Address Dr. Frank /
One Day. ndniMration of aaid emu Edmotx'son. At'an'a, fia Pr,.e ->0, ,
most stubborn c&se MARV JOSEPHtXE 8PBCKa
'..m AtlJlllwtraUU. p rbott'e. mil-5m i

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PUBLISHED FRIDA YB. While I'alalka is rapidly forging the above caption the Gainesville I I FEARN81DE & COI

ahead as a manufacturing center, and Sun speaks "our sentiments" and

we believe the sentiment of true
our manufacturing industries an becoming every
CHAS., KENDALL Editor and Proprefor.BtmSCRITJOY : ,

l diversified, it strikes us that blue Democrat. the State as follows: I

Headquarters For .
"There is no division cf sentIment
RATK-OM Year $1.00. Six this section is peculiarly adapted to the

Booths, 60 Cents. Three Uentt. 25 Cent among the Democrats of Florida ou the
ftabecnptions doe In advance. canning business and that a canning

factory here would be a paying Investment silver question. They are in favor of CLOTHING

All aavertl *.* Mile N-oome due pro rata. the Chicago platform.
'Terr month. Spectii ard short time payable from the start. ,

Those who claim to be Democrats
All -.afttanues rh uld be made byexpreM.WDDCT .! Show us a city without manufacturing ,

order or rcristered tetter. but oppose the Chicago platform and
Interests and, nine oat of len, we

MR. GAY--"IS-- nA\'OR. will show you a dead city. Were it not stand ready to bolt nominations, will Grants F-lll--llishings..,

for the millsjtnd factories in 1'aialka. in the future, as they have in the past,

The election has come and gone, act with the Republicans.
it is useless for ts to say that our city

and, much to our regret, Mr. Gay IsI I would be utterly lifeless. But we are AH Democrats can, without difficulty .illd Tailoring

still Mayor.Be draw a proper line of distinction between
pleased to note that there is a tendencyon

it said fo the credit of a large those who are, and those who
the of business
part our men to encourage FLA.
majority of the better element of men are not Democrats. ,
manufacturing enterprises

(we do not say aU) of Palitka that they I Prpper organization will strengthen -
e and, we believe thai the day is not far 38*. Ma 'te D. lee teacldolt 8cb..j.s..t
cast Ihttr ballots widely and white today the Democratic party. There shouldbe I at r .Utka, otto wont. U)
distant when Palatka will furnish a 3U ae esia Davenport tailing (xboolNo t

Mr. Gay is Mayor of the city of large per cent. of the manufactured a Democratic club In every county Subscriber Says The Times.Ilerald EUwfeetk, I at W.ratsika Its.ooe mootbX3. te bin. .-. 5,, I 111,

I'A Mho .S. 1 a' Hlatka, 1 m33S <> 4 X>
ralatka be to not the choice of TilE in the Stat acting in harmony with
commodities, which, now are furnished Is True Clue Democratic. Edith K. !*orr.. tea Mng IWb..1
No. lat tetkaoM" month 4' I';
rt orL& by cities of other States. State Democratic and National Democratic CRESCENT CITY April 2, 1. JM S. H.: IXMdtrMc. scathing e<:'ht..Iao.laltdaitaYeemont

lie baaon, a battle the Victory is *' M>
; The establishment and operation ofa organisations.Unfcr'uoMtely Editor Tlmee-U<
his, (the glory II not there), and the the factional fights MR. EDITOR:-Palatka and Putnam 338. II. J. Andrews. teaehing school 4 W
canning factory la l'alatka woull immediately ,
Xo.la& Palatka month N)
ooo -
honor It to the defeated. We do not which bare occurred among Democrats County are to be congratulated upon 387. J.". teaching scaool N.>.
open up in Putnam county a having published in their interest a 2 at rata ia,one m *uh3M. >,,1 mJ
cay this with the tlighle tinge of in Duval county in the past, and which XHto W.IM\\ee,teaching school I
new industry which 'ou'd'nstiV benefit true blue Democratic organ There is No.2 at Palatka, one month Ml'W
personal feeling towards Mr. Gay but are still being engaged in, are standingin 399. :RoasJeeM.lloUey,teaching ICbuoi 1lee. ;
every farmer, land owner, merchantand I nothing more essential to Democratic : .:2 at Palatka, /n*month '
we make the statement with the feelIng the way of that sort of organizations i 3M. F. K. Tbomuioa*, teaching school 1
business man in the county. success in the County than a good No. A at Palatka,one month. ...". N>

that it cannot be denied; the offi- to which we have referred.To newsy newspaper. And it is certainly 3(1. Low A. K MM t). teaching
We note with pleasure the successor i school No. Palatka i month .' '10
cial vote will bear us out. Take ever such an extent have the leadersof refreshing to read editorials which 363 31. L Harley, teAchftfep **< hail :NuS .
the cannery at IVniel near Palatka at Palatka. one mouth :' 10
ward from No. 1 up to Xo. 6, and you factious in Duval carried have been written by the editor himself 363. Miry L. Alien teaching s.hooiNo. !
which is operated by Mr. Charles Lay county and which .3at Peniet, one month. 4P-' K
Mr. llobbins carried them compare favorably 364. Bath Browning teaching> schoolNo.
will that
see raz. 13ut another one, in fact, several their antagonism engendering bitterness with the editorials in the leading[ news- 3 atPenieilmo ... . .5)
360. Homer };. Wakefield
by a handsome majority. In No. C. more of them in Palatka and elsewhere hatred and malice, that the De- papers of the State. No.S at San: Mateo teachingschool 1 w<. -' 'M

Mr. Gay has 13G out of 140 votes. In the would not mocracy of the State have little faith in If the Democratic county officials do 366. Alf:6 Granger at Allen,teaching 1 mo .. ."i-bool... ... j:< "II
county unprofitable -
(No. C is the colored ward). Ward No. their ability to direct an organizationIn not give you the support you deserve 367. Ruby No.A.Tat Bryant welaka, teaching one month school....1 3;. <10
to the at Peniel
enterprise 368 J. F.Newlan, school No.
will find hard road to travel in teaching
1 the two candidates a tie vole they a .
gave a manner calculated to advance the 8 at Crescent City one month &J 1$
I. It would only tend to increase the the future as our papers heretofore 36*. 31. D. Holmes, teaching school
43 each. So it can be readily seen that best interest of the party by that sort of No.' Cat. Welaka one month. 30 10
demand for canned products.The lave been so timid and non commita 379. Mamie L. Morton, teaching school
Mr. has been elected by the color No. 10 at Lake 1 ,".
Gay action which would lead to harmony crystal mo 3 10
sol l of Putnam is, we believe, that it would take a Philadelphia law- 371 Cstri C. Mornt o i,teaching school

ed voters, and by a very small majorityat amongst the rank and file. verlo tell which side they espoused No. 11 at Frultland one month .:,:, sn
above the average iu the State and i is :r.%... Eo II. Williams teaching: school
that, while by the white voters of The Democrats ot the State feel thatit In[ ccrcmon parlance it looked as i if No. 12 at. Clayton one month 411> *.
capable of producing any quantity of March 2. 1373. **-
the city he is repudiated. would the they "toted water on both shoulders." Clara F. Kinneteaching school
vegetables but the trouble has been Injure party organizationswere No, U at fede.nl vint l mo. 30 *)
Yon the in the right
.. Mr. Robbins made an excellent race, the leaders 'of factions In Duval are right party 314. B. J. usher teaching& school No
In[ finding a market for vegetables, the place, and we hope that you may prosper 14 at Levy'. Prairie one month 431s

and much good work was done by his product coming on the market too late county given an opportunity to become for, while you take a bold decided :375. A.U T. at Browning EtonLL teaching Creek :':::1Z W

S7C L. A. t ith,teaching school No. 16at
supporters, but we cannot help thinking to supply the northern markets. conspicuous as leaders of the party in stand for your partv, you recognize; the N eat I'alttka one month ... x.> ..
.i. r. l .
3 > Watkiu
teaching school No
that, with the proper organization the State. fact that men differ honestly in matters Grwjtn
17 at one month ........ 35 It
The establishment of a canning fac- 378. J. 1'. Wall, teaching school No.
other things
audjust a little more undivided effort It is argued: that it would be hazardous political as well as at. Harlem one month. .. ........ 3J; *.
tory here would Ht once open up a mar Success to 319. Ceo.T. Coiner,tracking school No
put forth by the members of the Democratic to place the leadership of the you. 19 at Otlgal one month..... .. 40 W
ket for large quantities of tomatoes, A .NORTHERN DL 1ocn.tT. 880. Mary E. rV|>|>?i, teaching schoolNo.
Executive Committee and inflnential party in the bands of Democrats who Jat 1lanvBe one month 31;) MMl
beans, peas strawberries, etc., giving Mary tUouut"C/I&l1iC.Ioot No <21
Democrats of the city Mr. have failed to bring! about reconciliation A SATO IT Escape. at. Ft. broo:'; one mootn ._ ., '-'"> ."
employment to numbers of laborers in 382. I:. K. to itDnM>n*. teaching school
Ga,' hopes would haye been scattered and harmony of action among Thankful words written hy Ms. Ada : U at ticks(l>aouc month ........ 30 lU
the production of such vegetables, and 383. J T. s>an.Urs. teaching school No.eatGoidjnChapklonemo .
l:. Hart of Or 8. D.Vt 'aken i
to the four winds, and today it would democrats in their own immediate bee .. 30 OD
also to several men and boys at the with a bad cold which: settle on wy : 384 L Jlie Johusvn,leaching school No
have been "Mayor Robbins." :35 at Marker's Mill one month. K> It
factory, where the products are can lion. ung4. Doctors gave we op saying I I 389. L 1.. H*"kln.. teaching school

But Mr. Gay was honestly and fairly ned. When the Democrats of Florida meetIn could live but a short time. 1 Rare myself Georgia 1\a 3B Juhuaun.at Gwr.etown teachingschoolNo. one mo. 2.;. M38C.

to Stvor d.te-iulnnt .f ]I .27 itKtouiah: oue month. 2.. 'Y
elected, even if his constituents are not State Convention they should! notcarry up my : 3ST
Eaten.McaeraleteachingschoolNa :
lie it said to shame that here in
our could with friends ..
not on 28! lake
stay my at View one mo. 30 0*
of the very "choicest variety and we with them feeling that would!
3a8. B. U.
any l-o y, teaching school No
the best vegetable section in the whole earth I wont t meet my absent ones 29 at Hau )lateoonemonth.... CO *\
submit gracefully to the situation doff lead to strife and contention. above My lin bind was advised to 38A. Nora liobiniun teaching school
United States !
we pay out annually ( ..o. M at Keuka one month .. 30 "'*
our bat, and say: 'Mayor Gay." Organization with the paramount obJect j get Ur. lungs New Dhcovtr' for Ct>Dumptlon. 380.! W. A. llobiM. ten htag school No.
thousands of dollars for canned vegetables 31 at IloUL ter oue month ..... 3.. of
However, in closing our series of ed. in view of promoting and advanc- Cousin and CoHs 1 gave it >>1. J. D.CotttLgbaw!: ,teaching school
and fruits which we could justas a trial took In nil eight bo;'Ies. It has No.Kat tatwkk cute month 40 '4
ilorials on the mayoralty question, we ins: the principles of the ratty b>' harmonious 382. T, C. AVbitm..u. tcarhint school
well produce at home. And besides cared in*, and tnauk Gjd I &01 tared No. 33 at :Nash.. '.' loonthf. 70 cannot refrain from rejoicing over the action Is what Memorial sal well and 396. Ada JUtlta tea hung *rh1 No.
every nor
K healthy ornan.
su,plving the home nutlet, we could Mat JvhiM. o tt ..with ... 2r. '*
fact that out of the eight Aldermen should $ accomplish." Trial. bottles free at the drug store cfAekeriuau 334. Hay 11 Uhituiau ieachiitg school
easily find a market for all the productwe lm.eJo \.. 3d a H jiUington use mo 30 '.
elected, we, bare secured Ux Democrats ------ & Stewart. 3M Alice H Whitiuan. tmtcuing school
could put up as we can certainly Regultr B'.ZJ: 50 cents aad :$t 00 guar. No 37 at i m\er one month .. 30 It
The of W. C. llraun editor
This Is worth something nest staYing 366. IL K. McLeoU. teaching school
compete in price with canneries farther auU eJ or price recut;.dad. No. -s at mtnam Mall 1 mo 3SIC. -, '.>
time we will get more. I of the Iconoclast, Waco, Texas, on last D. J. l>an.em teaching school No
north it Its the 40atUr4xntClty: month 4S'4'
THE TIMES-HERALD does not lay costing to produce today was not a surprise to the readers MONTHLYFinancial 388. CorueiUKlrl. }. teathing MhoolN
". a' 1\.onralklllWolb.. .. 25'4
material here and labor
being as cheapor 309.
of that journal. Plain Journal.sm EstelUMeKeuzie.teacfciBgschuol
claim to the honor of
any baYing conceived No 42ailtaanerueonemo. 33'4

Mr. Robbins' nomination perhaps even cheaper.Let Is well enough in its place, but the Statement 4jO. Jesni L. Thompson teaching
nor .
41 lit Land 1 mo
the business men oi Putnam .I 401. J N Uverhultz. teaching school
solicitation buses and personalities which appear.ed OF COUNTY .
Vwas it upon our earnest BOARD OF PUBLIC No 4.}at InterUcben one rao 35 n ,
county think over these suggesliocs, INSTRUCTION. 402. F. S Caiten, teaching school No.atFraucUlmo .
in the Iconoclast nih
that be allowed himself to be a can from m to .... .. ... .. .. 4"> '0
and see if they are not wise ones. STATE:OF .; \ O V PUTNAM. t 43J. Irby Oad. teactlug school No
didate; but we do claim we have not i month were of such a nature that no April 5, tae.To 47 Francis mu.... .. .. ...... 30 <.t4C4

good reults could be expected from Ho*. Jo-im rater, Clerk of Circuit Court: J 11 Burronzhs.. teaching MhoolNO
failed to avail ourselves of *at federal fmtit 1 mo 2.> '<"''
is continuous
every oppornnity advertising a per- i I MR-Ia couii4Unce with ttev.3. Chapter 4J32. 405 Carrie )l. Gre....,. teaching school
them and if Mr. Brann did not Laws of *lorida, we hereby life with you the ,.
to fire solid shot No. 4Jat.'Um: one month 50 '
a and
ormance. It begins with the proper following itemized financial statement cf. all
496 l.A. Artvoo, teaching school No.
t to meet a violent death we can School money received, appropriations made .... ..
feel in I Wat Melro e one month .25407. : '
we justified that with- and
saving U
pricing of stock; it goes ou to attract war ran laeued bur the month ending E. T. Holmes,teaching school No.
March l.t.. A. U. 1638
not fall to see what he was thinking of. month 40 'M'
.out the of abusive 62: at MazuwUaonr
use terms and
public attention to the stocks!, and aecarIT6tarIox. 408 D. M.Roberts achiAS bchuul No
Dut. altogether! LSrann was a remarkable Sft at Ueo.getoy one month 3> '.>
totally without personal feelings we when has Balance baud March 1.imKecrii Qat
it sold them it cannot resi- 400 O J North .teaching school Nu5T
man, and it is extremely doubtful etldnr.bg tin muntb.$211i 6US.817 at led water one IIIOIItb. .... :2' I.>
have given Mr. Robbins our loyal sup its work is never done. It has made 410>> X A I.ttersun.teaching sehuolNo.
if there be found in lit Situs Creek: I month. 3) ""
can a man the Wt.
port.. in fact, *e doubt if any newspaper friends, and must! hold them; and the Warran's month .pakl daring the 411 Carrie lrawfrd. inihiaK school

Jniltd States who will be willing to Balance 2,61I 00 No.B at Puiuona 1 tea ... .. s. '-,
ever published .In the city of i way to do this is to appeal continually Oats asdiag IIIooI1ft'VIIItaDJ aarraatetaz.paid. ..-. 2 W 412 S K Here'an.e, iei.chini; school No ...

Palatka has worked take up the Iconoclast and publish it .... .... ...... .... .. 1188$ Ob 68 at Lake COUM, one iKOBth 3u <
more earnestlyand to their interests by appealing as often Deficit TWMH.. 4.S33 OC 413. L. 'e. Mowers. teeehiag.ckwt No
at stauaina Ilidics :t mo's 70 u'
after the manner that did Mr. Brann.
zealously for a candidate than we as possible to their self-interest. Few If&JlUED BECIU'TS. 414 OD1J Rob tuon, teaOttof school
Mar 1.-To balance MI band. f CO.39 >o. 71 at dektawaha. 1 mo .. .. t. '",
have for Mr. Robbins. We have stores are eo uninteresting that they To *a.a from Tax 411 OL Strickland.te..ebaaclClIIooI No
Mr. William II. EJmonJj, secretary c.I1edMooo. reg. f6l ,tU T3 at Tcratos out m<*Ui .... 30 <.>
..t': championed him because we thoughthe cannot make appeals of this character. .i T.cash from Tax 4$ L whftmaateackl..g school No .74 ...
and treasurer of the Manufacturers ll eMr oa roll at Satsuma Hlghu.... month. 30
was ribt. And we firmly believe T.x fee!**>. S 00 417 NOOw ro.en..ac school
.. Record Publishing Co.. died of TonubfrvmTax Not* atOaageiur 1 mouth Z"
that our labors have been productiveof The meanest men in Ihe world lives Ce......Oil Pan 4 IS. Annie M H.1.......,.teachiagschoolNu
on Tuesday March 20th, after Tn for N17......... MOO 79 at Putnam Hen use mo. Ji41f ,.,
some good. 1:1 Indianapolis, where a coterie of }{ar. T.-To cub from State rune .UUhl. ; ttoaacUl
', a britf il.ness. The suddeness of his Tre.. ver on Retteafciao statement for luouth of Jan., .' <>>
'I them nave begun a movement to require ot Cert. 420 rbos. W. Kalvh.. fur serriee a*
toJlarSS.......... i&08 s periteBMcnt. for _th of
death precluding: a comprehension at
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THE TIMES- HERALD has gain been women to remove their halt la To err: ; Cbmpt Jan*.r1WH T' '*>
the tax K. W 421 :EMMIe Meiltekla. teachis school
placed under obligations to Cong-es- church. And Easier is only a week off, first of its Import, emphasizes furl*,; .....??. IJKI ;s No.' as*: Lake Margaret 1 mo 30 <"'
value of his accomplishments of hisjmparativelly Mar a.-Bjr aat vuraa
,. man Davit for a copy of the message; comments the Uirmin;:hau Xcwi. I 12.700 1"

1-' short life. lie was born {18I7M We 1Icn.bf er Ny daM tile alloy statetenttree ."
of the President transmitting the report ly)laid Bdatsvt and eae..+.Oed....... 3'814 90 and eoirjet;: too the best .t oar knowle>!..'
Gainesville wants the Green Cove aL Norfolk, Va., forty-four years ago 2J I tatf belief 8. CRI LLChadian
of the Naval Ccu t o! Inquiry C*. a.>*rd rah.Io.tru ctin
Spring and Melrose railroad! extended and was educated at the University of $:. 17 U fun 89N Attest: THIM.: W. HALP.Couatj .
upon the destruction of the United Soi: >'. I.....l.. rnetion,
to that city .. Date To Wh ta For \\"Juc101M
so that she will have a direct Virginia
Slates Battleship Maine in Havana Marti I-.L 111q.ae.
line from the St. Johns river.C1L9TOI'.S1L. -
harbor, Fibruary 15ih, 1883, Ugcther I 34& ). H. Oreen. per diem and mile- PINE TAR SYRUP
ie The Savannah Press observes that ageatiendioCMM.ioitof buard. f I 40
It with the testimony taken before the S47. H. J. fowler,per uiani and ..1>-
1\' hrra3U the navy deparir&enl would have won a e attenaioK:seuton of board. I 00 Qaickly CUM Coo b4 tad Colt!*.

Court. The volume contains a com- eutVI II'9ITf h additional glory if It had purchased the 3H. E. .h...fttuol CriH, ir board.diem..._attending......_ 200 Peak's ding stors, arw &MoaI u,

illustrated ri *+r ,O'lligiias on S:. Patrick: Day. Mi L I. HI_.u..di1ng ICbooI Nil a&
plete fully Low
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: POMONA. seam to be new oaw .coming In ever}
'"SavediyLife1 Nnnh 1'EDITORS I few days. .

'.AINV.Mr/.Mn/M//WN ,,-" M j POMONA Fla, April [).News itemsare CEACKEII Too.

A VETERAN'S STORY. I WELAKA.WKLAKA very scarce in this section of the -- I ia- OfIri09l

peninsular and the main topic is war. Nice, New, Nobby.
s :at years t,o. tvliile in Fort ASH
c, but 1 suppose before the T-II reachesus Oar line of Spring Neckwear just
: 1 ii Min? I c i.ollt a aevere I April 5.-The revi
great this week shall know the opened is strictly up-to-date. A
.t we long glance
tteii i io
i i ir > rough, val conducted hy Rev. C. J. N. Banta ITTERJICR
that allow i .. n.-t day or expected decision. We hope that whet at it will prove this assertion.
and Yank McClumy has met with a
fight. Tilt u<* UH > .liter exhaustn this struggle II over we shall learn of THE S. E. BOND CO. IIDKfY lSWTOIIACI GlS1.f.: .
fair the air meeting on ...
too it ren -dies, pronounced my success, open Cuba Libre, as we are all in sympathy] IftPIWTIOI\? urn DISCidEA alCONSTIPATION.
Sunday was quite spirited, singing; being -
ease hopeless, saying with that maltreated Island. NO CURE-NO PAY .
tlieycoulddono an especial feature the platform That is the way all druggists sellGROVE'S IT fikiit3.
L\ more for me. At was filled and all seemed to have a Mrs. Ames'social on Friday evening, TASTELESS CHILI

this time a bottle ofAVER'S very enjoyable time. MaTch 25th. was a very pleasant affair, TONIC for Chills and Malaria It is Ackerman & Stewart. General Agents. .
War news seems to tale the lead of and afforded much pleasure to the simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless

all, and it seems bard to get people Interested quests.Mies. form Children lore it. Adults prefer

,"Ii! t'Io-rryPectoral 1 1 was in anything while war talk. is Ethel Morrison's: school, at it to bitter nanseatinc tonics. BOWLING CONTEST !

"f sent to me by afrH'n at such a fever heat. Fruitland, closed last Wednesday,'nftei Price 50c.Delay .

<1 who urged Today is the first March day we have a most successful! term. -.. --

me to take it,which bad and the wind is howling high. Your correspondent had the pleasureof is dangerous-wnen you nave A NEW FEATURE ATHanlons

I did, and !oon after I was greatly Tax Assessor Bullard was here on Cough; or Cold, take PEEK'S: PINE !
attending the closing exercises cf the
relied. and ill a short time was time, and proves himself a very competent Crystal Like school on Friday, March TAR SYRUP at once; it will cure Bowling [Alley
cured. I have had
completely never
quicky. Peek's Drug Store Lemon
man for the position. ,
25tb. During the month Miss
much of a ('ouph smc*> that time, past.lix
and I firmh )H-)sieve A>IT'S Cherry John Dallow left for Connecticut last Mary Morrison has been in charge of street opposite court house. DeaiDD D= April 1st a suitable prize

Pectoral saved my life.-W. II. night after having spent the past 16 the school and we believe her to have Some Whlske '. will be awarded to tbe'player making

WARD, S Quimby ..\\".. Lowell Mass. years here. The freeze got such a been an efficient teacher, judging from ) the best average of any ten games
strong: pull on him that be has decide the entertaining; and beautifully rendered :31.. J. Murphy bas just received a bowled to May 1st.

AVER'SCherry to try other fields, in which we wish program with which the school! : tremendous tank of the celebrated I.W. Come out and win the prize. Open

him all the good luck possible, and be- closed. The exercises consisted of Harper whiskey at his sakxm on afternoon and night.

Pectoral lieve be will strike something ood. music, both vocal and instrumental Lemon street. The barrel contains

Mr. Dallow is a very quiet and unassuming recitations and dialogues, and the 286 gallons, weighs 2,440 pounds and
Highest Awards at World's Fair. measures 48 inches in diameter.It A War Cloud
n>an, disliking notoriety, but pupils deserve much credit for executing
AVER'S PILLS core lidiyestioo Headache ho unexpectedly stepped ,into a trap their parts so nicely. Miss Mor is painted pure white with gilt
should make him feel hoops and lettering, and wa intendedFor
last week which rison presented each pupil with a
a window sign, but Mr. Mnrpy find
proud. The past two years he has souvenir, upon which, in the future
it too large for hw windows,and has it
Pale Attention. been running; a log puller, but lately we trait they will look and call to mind V
People neatly mounted on a platform in his
sold out to Tom Lowe so recently he many pleasant memories of their teacher -
saloon, and has tapped it with a uice
to take farewell of his old
went '
up and the winter of 97-1)8. Ssveral
You Look Talc braw faucet.
crew and was given a great; surprise by were present from the L'omon school

Keel Tired ? Mr. Lowe having the crew brought ups and enjoyed the exercises veiy rauh.: Order to flilitla. I

dot Fever ? and in a neat speech his old reliable Mr. Frank Austin left ouf midst last Adjutant General Ileurtun on Monday )
Spring foreman Tom Lowe him in
presented issued the
following general order
Tuesday for his home in Antrm: N. .
Your Blood behalf of all present a very handsome II., much to the regret of his many No. 16:

and valuable :gold watch, one of the friends here. We trust he enjojed his 'Commanders of Companies are here

Needs a Tonic.Take best sent out from the famous Elgin stay here and wish him a pleasant voy- by directed to use all diligence to recruit -

Watch Company. Mr. Dallow was theiCommands to the full
a bottle of age homeward.Mr. compliment
Quaker Rrniedy Co's token so completely by surprise that it allowed by law." .
Dullard, the tax assessor was in We like to live at peace with
the salt to his but be
eyes It is thought that this order
was issued
all the world bet are nft'erIng
last we
....IRON PILLS... soon came to and found fitting words town Thursday. upon injtructom from the War a

to bis warm feelings to allpres. We are pleased to note lu t. Mr. Carson .
express Department.List
Gives strength: and tone t. the entire
system and makes ruddy cheeks and eDt and to all concerned parting from who has been severely him. HighGradeVici

nch, red blood. them with many regrets. The occasionIs proving. of Uncalled For Letters.
Tan Shoe, at
.one long: to be remmembered among: Mrs. Chas. Smith lend iw.i children, Remaining; i the PoUoffice at Pa-
100 Pills 100 Doses
', those prominent in the surprise who of Jacksonville, are spendm; a few latka, Fla., for the week ending Apr. $3.60.Also. .

FRICE FIFTY CENTS. are as follows: Tom Lowe, J. F. Mit- weeks with Mrs. 0. II. Smith. .7 1S98: a New Line of Ladles'Oxfords at

trial cham J. W. Laidlow, D. Rcddick, Ten persons from hire atendcd the OKNTS' LIST. Prices to Suit the Times.
Costs .ItUo! to give them a -why
not. All wishing to test its wonderful Den Jefferson, McBroom, Joe Hen- revival meetings at Welaka'last Sunday, Isaac Ca'boon,J. P. Ctenienlo,A. E.

) merits, must call on nery, J. Stewart: McDoual Brad and and report the services to have been Green, Rev. W. II. Hall, Wra. II. Sam- This MakesA

others whose names I could not learn. very Interesting.Mr. mis. C, Singleton! J. I.., Willliam- Disturbancewith

AGKERM[ & STEWARWAOLESALE [ Mr. Dallow passes to other fields with Durst and son Will, left today son.
the kindly wishes of his old crew as LADIES' LIST. high-priced stores, butas
for their home in New York City.
long a* the public is
on our
AND RETAIL i well as citizens in genera]. Sixteen YANKEE (iinuBucMen's Lettie Adkinson, Lucy Baker Francis side we are r-H
Drugs. Seed;, Paints 2nd Wall Paper. years residence ationg us has proven Gn iu. Sarah White, Rosa Wrizht. fight it out.Yatterlin's.
-" him to be an enterprising and reliable!
--- Armlet Silre. Persons calling for the above letters
man, having: many fnends and no ene. ]
will "ADVERTISED. shoe store..RAY'S
M. M. GODWIN The Best Salve: in the world for Cuts, please say .
.vises, Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum, W. P. ANDERSON P1..

speaking of the immense logging ever Bores,TetUr Chapped hands
business in the lands of Mr. T. N. nilWains Corns and all Skin Last Trip this Season.

.. Smith, I can say that few men have ;ions,and,positively, cures Piles 1.rup-or nosy The steamer Melamora of the consolidated PLACE.Wines
the couraze and capacity to undertake. required. It is guaranteed to give Ocklawaha river lines made .

Ten log: pullers are at work for him,, efect l&titlaCUOD,or money refunded the last trip of the season up the river
nce 25 cents per box. For sale by ou Wednesday. A special excursion
one having a trolley a mile !ong. and ckermtn A Stewart LiquorsAnd
01- for the round ,
-fanufaetUn'n of S8 trip was given.
they haul out the huge cypress to the

Wagons Buggies river they are rafted and towed Safety for Women.

-ad- i down to the large mills of the Wilson TaUtlY, Pennyroyal and cotton Root Cigars.Very .

Vehicles of all Kinds Cypress Company at Pa'atka, there i Pills remove all suppressions and ir
Fla. 4.-We have
converted into lumber, shingles, etc., gn1arftle !$lprDox. For partita- Old WinesA
Blacksmith Work. Horse Sboeinz been having a feast of good things! lately -
and shipped in cargoes north. Mr. lars address Dr. Frank Kdmondeon Specialty
Experienced workmen ID charge. Satlsfac Smith has a steam yacht which he the literary school at Oak Grove Atlaji'a, Gag ml 1-5m
a guaranteed. I closed: on March :1. and it was made a
Second Street, opposite Court House. needs for his personal use in seeing to Special attention given to tho'lllingo*
this great business He spent a summer i picnic occasion and all had a goat time. You need Cod Liver Oil, you say, Jugs and Ktg
I".U..LTKA. FLA. One could not do otherwise than enjuy but think can't it. MORR-
you vase Try
in the locating and estimating
: swamps We also handle the very
I I recitations and dialogues in the afternoon neVIS, a perfected Wino of Cod ,
the cypress making calculationsand best of Case Goods ift .
Lost Lost then put In the pulling: machines. I and on the following evening Liver Oil. You get all the virtues of :"

Three hundred hands are employed, me-( of the finest entertainments that the oil without the disagreeable effects. IDAHO SALOON 'i

and treatment.Mr. was ever given at that place, was en- For bale by II. E. STEWART Palatka ,

All sight of COST getting. Gus good Cnbley wages is Mr. Smith's sup. loved by a large audience, betas ably 15 Lemon Street,.Palatka. Fla..r .

conducted by the teacher Mr. 0. J.
enntenJent and remains constantly on
and selling Goods Jutler. Many recitations dialogues
ground to see that all logs are taken,
and some good music to equal the very Tuft's Pills
and that the work is kept up. Mr. :
just for fun to get Smith was most fortunate in securing best ever heard was indulged in until 4Jd
about 10 o'clock when the crowd dispersed
hands.We he services of such men at the heads I Cure All
them off our all feeling that it was good toe i
of the pullers, as Capt. Bell Mr. Meeod

are getting m more every Mr. Smith, Mr. Reynolds, Tom there. There was also a patron's Liver Ills.

day and will tell them cheap. Lowe and others whose names 1 can. aeetiag[ held for the purpose of selectng .

You can buy lot of them not recall It will well repay one to go or rather recommending,a teacher

m Dry Goods. Mens Shoes,% up the Ocklawaha and see what a business ror the ensuing: year which resulted in Secret of Beautyis !
election of Mr. B. J.Jailer. .
Hats, Cap, Trunks, Ytlices. is being done, and what work and he unanimous ;

Calicoes, Organdies: Lawns fore'thsught it takes to get wealth out health.The secret health is

Ginghams,'Scrims, Laces, Embroideries of the great swamps of old Putnam The old folks of that community hid the power to digest and assimilate -

Mulls, Pants, Sox, oeuuty. a fish fry on Levy rrarle00 .\prlilet. a quanity of food.
Drawers Sutpeoden. lies, ant it did not prove to be an April fool proper : '
Mr. Ooller has a new wind mill on i ibe when .
Handkerchief, White Duck ground, and will soon erect ft. ilhar, for they bad plenty of fine trout. This can never be done

Pants Coats and Vests, Umbrellas The[ catch: was yery good, as three the liver does not act it's part.Doyouknovthis .
Mr. Buck has moved into the Wool.
and everything you boats brought: in 50 fine flush and they THE EXPLOSION OF THE MAIN
folk ptocc, which he was fortunate In ?
tao think of. were ned on the bank and as your cor It being Inj-estfgated by experts to
baying, and Is hard ai worK talking it ,
respondent can testify, all wno liked prove whether the cause was accident
We buy and sell every- biue as of oM.: Tutt's Liver are an i "
uh apeased their appetites.The or treachery. In the meantime investigate
thing at Auction Prices The Blue: and Grav picnic for May 4, weather is getting to be quite: ]ute cure for sick headache,dyspepsia our fine stock of brandies, whkfc: '

and can save you some is the topic and it is expected everybody I thy and farmers are having trouble iu sour stomach, malaria, ies, gins rams wines, etc., and "we
will go. A boat should be chartered know that the II
will be that
money. I making the latest planting of coruTJW. constipation, torpid liver, piles, I onetoefc
from Drayton Island and takspeople was tested by expert, ant that
See us for Dry Goods. -all along. A company of old I IY"lS jaundice, bilious fever, biliousness : it i* the highest grade goods at the

See us for Pants and Shirts. is to be organized that day for Our little town is slit thronged with and kindred diseases.Tutt's lowest price to be secured in the city

Yours'for BargainsTHE I Uncle Sam to wipe the ground with northerners and mikes it quite: a lively or State When looking for imported
It Jsgettinz to be almost as f.- : g>o4s. retreinberMURP
Spaniards. CV me and tee the old boys > aee. Liver Pills
RACKET STORE, enroll. BUCKEYE. mons tar byc'chst as Palatka, as there I :: : Y"S.






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NATIONAL 93333333y3333333333 TAX ASSr.s OJt'S NOTICE r --r-'mntrnu I

Modern Treatment of 3 3i t For the purpose of receiving Tax Re

urns, I will be at the following named !

What is Going on in i Consumption J i iThe places Sisco as. .given.. .. ..below... .:. 1st of April

Satsuma Ilifhts . .211 I "

ton City. latest work on the q. Xathua .... . . ...tlb"ehaka. ,'

treatment of diseases, written ; '\ . .. . 4th ..

by forty eminent American SanMateo. ... .'. .llth ..

A BriefResume of physicians, says: "Cod-Irvet :;' East Pmlatka .12th :.

oil has done for the ::, Orange .iiUis..13th ,
I more consumptive .. t'
gressional Federal I'Uint..14th
than :11 other remc- Pulaika from 15th to 22d inclusuCEO. l'. D
| dies put together." It alo v F. UlTLLAKD, uir
says : "The hypophosphit!: Tax Aseesao
WASHINGTON, D. C,, April << of lime and soda are regarded
Preeident now recognizes the Save The Children.
by many English observers u i
table, that war with Spain ts e specifics for consumption." When children are attacked with THE BEST

question of days He went as i cough, cold and croup, Dr. Bull's

bit own \iews or th' Scott's 'Emulsion Cough Syrup will prove a quick and

sentiment of the country would I w sure cure. )Ir. Elmer E. Baker,

when be cue Spam an I Blandon I'&., writes : "We have WASHING POWDER

escape war by recognizing the contains the test cod-liver oil : used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for cough I

denee of Cuba. This in a partially digested form, a cold and croup, and found it the best ;

Government olSj>ain chose to combined with the Hypopfiospfutes $ cough medicine and cure for these j

The diplomate'corrMpondence! of Lime and Sod This affections. We never run out of It, !

Spain,about to b* laid before remedy, a standard fora a but always keep it on hand." Dr. ,I

reflects credit upon the quarter of a century, is in Bull's Cough Syrup is sold everywherefor I

an official, as a man, and as a exact accord with the htntvicwsofthemcdica.lprofusion. v 23 cents. Insist on having it.
and shows! that he has not at
a 1
deviated from the policy It is estimated that the number of t -r d<4 3y
sure you get
beginning and outlined in his 1 Emulsion. i immigrants, to this country for the fiscal -
message of Congress last Andru ",; soc. and $..GO. Year endins June SOlh, 1S9S, will
intervention if Spain did not SCOTT & BOWJ E, Chemkta, New York ) not exceed 150XX'' l less than a fifth of I

about peace in Cuba. 8 scrE ra EEEe EC FeeEt:e the number that have come ID tome I

Although there are still a years.

sons in Waibiogtoa who are ad adding to the anti- panlh feeling
nest of All.
a continuance of diplomatic Congress, and the idea that the I
avoid and To ej anse the system in a gentta and
war outside
more blowing up of the Maine
tryiof to influence Senators aod : *hed a sufficient cans for war. truly beneficial manner, when the I
Springtime come, UM the true and
sentatives to do nothing, there action of the House is increasing I
perfect .
remedy Syrup of Ftp* Buy
shadow of a doubt that Con number of torpedo boats and tor- the geniune. Manufactured the
(, sentiment of which IS practically boat destroyers provided for in California Fig Syrup Co. only and for t.1. trk'

imous, will tills. week almost regular appropriation bill for six of sale by all dru ;ht., at SO cents per

within the next three days, take to twelve of each is generally com bottle.

that will make war certain. has idea
although no one any
ministration is arranging they can be built in time to take Tallahassee is shipping about, 6,000

with that expectation, in order ge part in the war with Spain. It is pounds of beef and more than 1,000 w a y

able to start the fisjhtioe.with that the existing situation has pounds of butter weekly.

departments Everything around is tbs nearly everybody of the ne- Why take Johnson's Safety Comfort Time Low Rates
already on a !! of our always being prepared to Quick

mgno information as to the ourselves against a possible for- Chill & Fever Tonic
ments of the Finest Cuisine and Serrle No Tr nf" Between Jaeklo.yUe and New T'>r
troops or the
enemy. Because it cures the The feet u composed>> of the feBowtac Uaa<* ome New steel Steamers:
Id movement of the
ships now
out, and beginning with : ( the sentiment LOrimere of many, of Tllmois.men in most stubborn case COMANCHE (new), ALGONQUIN, IROQUOIS CHEROKEE, SEM1NOL

outsiders are allowed to visit the and thousands outside of of Fever In ONBDAY.Why : UILTII-BoUD.
ington Navy Yard without a Steamers are poIawd to Mil according to the tide.Frwa .
ress when he said "Spanish rule
fcf JACKSONVILLE. FLA.elliBgat Charleston) Sundays Tnecoaya an' Thor,..,s-
our ships been
placed has been a menace to our com allow yourself to be tortured FMSB! ClUR'DlTJ.tS.C.. Monday Wedneatoya sad Frida-.
emergency orders. slowly Kor hoar of sailtac.see"Crfde Line" Schedule or JaekaoarUM and Charleston dot i q i .q I or?
and peace ever since the foun 1 at the stake by disease? Chills laUTIIIIOTI'D.Steamers .
Congress is thoroughly in the
of this Government, and the and! Fever will undermine, and eventually are aprMaad. co MIl front Pier 29 East JUnr New York, atSr. m.. aO! follow*
ing humor, and, in audition to has now come to drive the For CTUmLWToN.8.C., Md.,.. Vfadi 4a and .'rIta'orJACKIIOl"JLLE.F1I.A. \ .
mg the lejrralaUon that will pan- break down the strongest constitu- ..(esIHat at Charleston! ) 3fo4a fe.Wotaeoikjrs: 411 I It r i i wClj'de s .
flag and every vestige of Spanish ti-'FEBKi CURL (Sweet Chill Ton-

unavoidable, it will this wrok from our fhores." c with Iron) is more effective than New England) antI Soiihorn Lines--Firteli Onl
legislation hat will furnish
t ernment with the c'm war talk has drowned out the Quinine and being combined with Calling at Cbarittton. 8.C.,.4b ways)
money that
about the annexation of Hawaii ron is excellent Tonic and\ecvedled- -
ATIL&MIif* DKI.A.WA1111 and CEO. CL )) .
used by lpecialtax., instead of It take. and
cine. is pleasant to i isold
it has been definitely decided by From Foot of Lew.' .... ,
issue of bonds, if it can be under positive garantee to cure or Hogan Street JackMirrne From v t eta nFRIDAY
administration as soon as actual ihCKSDAYS. .
refnndeJ. no substitute
The Spaniards do not live up monev Accept
are begun to hoist the Atrer- The "just! as good" kind don't effect
thst lie
maxim a well stuck
ten cts made to pas for the to flag over Hawaii, and to use it as 4:ure!. CLYDE'S? ST. JO NS RIVER I 1NE.DE .

They lied glibly enough in their supply station for the Pacific, Joseph!! A. McDonald, Mr. Flagler's ( nARY LINE.

declaring the Maine to have of whether Congress acts c hief architect and budder, ban returnd For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, EnterpriseAnd

blown from the inside the joint resolution providing for 4 e from Nassau!! and says tbat owing
up bnt or not. of the Intermediate Points on toe St, I >hns
far neglected to stick to the 10 varous reasons, the building

they have actually been trying Bill intended to incouraje vete hotel at Nassau is off for thin year at Tko Klegamt SMewhe Steamer

u appear that the Maine was soldiers to volunteer with the war any rate. To hundreds of mechanics City of Jacksonville Fred'k De Bary.

by Cubans thus admitting the Spain, by providing that enlist this will be a disappointment.
CAIT. TT. A. SIIAVr. WAIT. T. ,r. Lr5fT, JTR
of their own official report. The in either aamy or navy will not
Are appointed to sail M follow
lab minister made public the pensions now befog drawn by

of New York who enlist, was amended before Sympathetic fjusbands. Leone Jacksonnne.................... .... ........... ..........1aiJO Po m.4aMy except 5at.rdaJ
of Leaves Sanford,ntDra.r.SJO.) ... Eaterpri.............. IlL dally eatept Sands;
favorably to the House
In which he rare he was called
a to that
provide all ex-Confede
a number of members of the Read Do... Scn--D"Y" ]toad Cj
who shall hereafter serve ninety Leafs + o F .. ...ao Irilei i oo. ,
Junta who were greatly 5.4.5 ? ::: .: ::::::::::::.::: :.. .l'alatka..::::::::::::::::.::::::::::: Eeare L9oa.m
' the powerful explosives he had in either the army or navy of the .4 3Aoa.m. .......................... ..A.tor.........?... .... ............ .. 1.3O&.mOf
4.30 ............... ........... 8e. Fnllda.. .. .... .. ... ........ 1.Gr
ed, and endeavored without States shall be entitled to all .. ... .. ... ................... ....... eret'llord.' ................... ....... ., IIJlGpat
benefits of the pension act of June Attire e.boa.m. .............................sanford.............................. .lOam
in so many words to leave the .. '.25" ........ .... ........... ....E.wrp rise ... ........ ._ ..3e
1S90 if after :::: -::::::
sion that the Cuban Junta said service they are
Maine blown The official to be unable to perform manual General Vm.enter and leket Office. 204 IV. Bay Street JatK.oaTilef .1-.
up. W. II. W RBunTO K. P. A... I F. M. IBONIOSiER.Jk.Tla.Far..Art
and to be
ence to the Maine in Spain's dependent thereon for 6 Bowling Green' Sew York I 204 'Wet Bay 8U JackfoaTtlle,
M. H. CLYDE A.T. M. I JOHN L HOWARD. Actlr3a.pt.
munication to this A Bowline Green.' New York | Foot Hogan St.. JackaoBTllle.
unsatisfactory not to say THEO. O. EC.EB.T.: M. ft Bowline Green' New York

sulting. The President in his Do Sot Be Fooled
to Congress last week said the Idea that any preparation ---u WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

trusted to Spain's honor and druggist may put up and try to r. 4_: : is So. I>ciawan*AT* PklladrlpnU & H.wllnc Green. it.v r.rk

justice-undiscovered qualities to you will purify your blood like

proper response to the report Sarsaparilla. This medicine 'S f rr r ;rn-nR HINDIPO
Maine court of inquiry. He a reputation has earned its I EESTORES VITALITY

ram. Spain referred to the loss It Is prepared under the per 1 1 f CO ns U1DD on i. W': ::; .. -

Maine as an "occurence"and & supervision of educated phar. '. Made aWeD

ed that it could De submitted who know the nature, quali AND ITS emu:
and medicinal THE EDITOR -I have an absolute *
tration and effects of all the in I *
expressed!! neither -
used. Hood's I remedy Consumption.. By its timely usa THE }*,.a. of Me.
nor special interest in the Sarsaparil Thenlithe c tenderness of a loving thousands of hopeless cases have been already GREAT MI...M. _
thereby displaying a lack of absolutely cares all forms of' ') ing to an expectant permanently cured. So proof-positive am I ,
REMF;Y produce* the ai rre: rewt
diseases when other medicines mother, especially during her of its power tint: I consider it my duty to FRENCH: .. c*,'s N ertvasDebt.uv,.Jmtotem \
to do any god. It i* the World' ordeaL George Layton, Esq., promi-- tend two bottles fin to those of your rears l'ancocrIr"IoJ'/> .>lj( Altmety. Stops[ e.. ''raua and l
nent druggist of Dayton, 0., gives the e bo have nsumptJonThroat,Bronchial or losses caused: by CIP' n of \ooth. It. wan. .s e-9 In-j
rf'&t Spring Medicine and the One sanity and'OIIfumvuon.'ounllt: > n 'g'\UI Mar !
No following case : Long Trouble, if they win write me their hood and Old Mm recover V>utt. \.cor. It
Blood Purifier. A customer of nine, who! wife has used express and postoffice address. Sincere/! gives vigor a-id s xe. to shrunken o'. .:-.:' and fits. {
roar bottles of 'Mather'i Frierd" before con a man brbu',nc*5 '.r tnirrjar l:.', tied in ]
T. A. SLOCCM,)L C IM Pearl St,Bew York. .
.. after seeing the effect of the .
finement. ys the vett poc'Jo;ct :udfSnbymait
Then you take HootTs Pffls. Tba big o remedy,that if abe had tll pothronf h the ordeal tf Tb. Editorial sad BadiwM Muwcmrat of int.r n f'n".5" CTS with
sugarcoated pms."hJeh tear more careful a man is in buying, again and there were but four bottle on the Skis Pays aartaUa UO f rawiMa fropgvtioa. t+ DR. JlACKEBMAN Ar o'Naiuii. tacit
1ees market and the coat wa $100 per bottle, ahe
I ,are not In It with Hood's. Easy
more skeptical be is in selecting his would hare them & STEWART

the better we like it. De will M Mother's Friend is a scientifically LADIES or'r '

more fully appreciate the BUCK compounded liniment which affords cer- C4. FEUX LC DRUM'S lE DBIIU'C FUK : .' 'ni.c "EX.
tain relief in the various ailments preceding DnUfl OThI+ remedy bein: la.
BREECHES. He'll see at a childbirth, and assures proper Stee1 Pennyroyal PB1 L. ---Jeeted directly to the I
; how carefully they are made. elasticity to the cords and znnscles Involved g3fc-HSBl seat of those, dllM.'M"
aDd easy to ox'rato, I li true err tM original and on ; of the GotDU.-trhl&1'7
el Hood's !'. which arc he puts his hinds in the pockets in the final ordeal FBENCH. aaf and Mliabl n.on I' & Orezne. requires no
fie / Mother's Friend is sold by druggists caw as.rk.t. Price$1 'n>: U L U change of
np to date \"cry rt'spc'M. I find a printed guarantee which cf one by mail. a..I ZlelOid war L j I diet. -Cure]
or expressed on receipt --guaranteed in 1 !
to acta.1IIo
Sale eertaln a-xi MirdniKjirts. (' All ; not as represented your
dollar. = Mtaall'
2ic C. I. Hood & Co. .. back. Thev couldn't be more Valuable book, Before Baby u. ACKEBMAX A STEWART, I rl3T'1'REae. plain. 1.oo.paek
The only' IV1> k* with Hoods Sarsa 'll never be leas." Born. mailed free oa epplicatioa. falatka. Florida. : n1Tbtl


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ONDERS OF SCIENCE. TOBACCO NOTES. New Currency Plan.. Kind of Grit that. Wins. "

Exchange. Orange City Times. ** Down Brakes and Reverse ** j i

j Interesting Items from Here and At. last, Ihepeople who are interested At a meeting of the Good Roads Association When a train is discovered rushinz on to a "t;

h Troubles and ConsumptionCan m fastening the gold standard DeLand last frightful collision
upon I in Saturday the ,
There Relating to the'eed.. it is a i
be Cured. this country have hit upon plan which I question of securing: good roads ''I'. thrilling inD .

William TaufMg and Emil Wedeles, they tbind will stop the "endleast'naln", throughout YolusU county occupiedthe .: --- stint as the

falsest New York Ctomfet art SdMtvt Makta of Chicago: IlL, and John L. HcFar- feature of the present system. time of the meeting, and after r IN/ engineerwh i s11ea

I Fret Offer to OIK" Readert. lan have incorporated the Florida Repreeeotative McCleary, chairmanof much discusion it. was unanimously decided 'a \4" Dowa "

fine distinguished New York ebeuifet Sumatra Co., at Quincy, with a capital the sub-committee charged with the I thai the best plan for securing t\ I ./and brakes reverses!
A Slocum demonstrated his dU- stock of 20.000 to buy, ell and tt his lever. .
grow elaboration of a new currency bill, ha such roads would be by issuing bonds. ,

very of a reliable and absolute care tobacco, etc.Repotis reported such a measure to the full Tnat is, to issue bonds for building the S are Brotca: alone not

Tor Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis from tobacco growers indifferent committee. The novelty of this is tha t main roads of the county, say, a road --- enovga ; the #f
) and all bronchial throat lung whole pro-
sections of the county are it prevents the raiding of the United running from Osteen to the. northern I t yelling power -'
and chest diseases, stubborn e nghs ,
; of the
catarrhal very encouraging. They have succeeded Slates' treasury to set gold for exportby part of the county along the St. Johns en-
affection, general iodine asgine utaD'
and weakneeo, loss of fleh and nil in getting goodelands of plants, presenting greenbacks for redemption. .- river, another running from this roadto =.made to work -

conditions of wasting,; away, will send and wheii the planting season arrives The government, unlike a bank, the coast, a road to run from New ,YiP in the opposite -

THREE FREE BO ITLBS (all different thousands will be put out. has no way of getting gold in an emergency Smyrna to Ormoud and perhaps other direc
I tion. That isometimei
) of his New DUcoveries to any Proposals will be opened Aonl 26th except by issuing bonds, asCeveland's main roads may be decided noon. 1\\ ...

afflicted reader of Tux TIMRS HKRALD : administration bad to duo f.\\ 1
for supplying 150,000 pounds of navy When wear begins to exceed repairin with disease.
writing for them. Ills "New Scientific This is to be effected in the following There
tobacco. Address Edwin Stewart, pay- your body you ate going to fall sick. times whew are "
Treatment" has cured thousands per way:
master-general United Suites Navy The signs of it are: loss of flesh, pale : the system tallying along the track of disease -
its aud be National banks are to gradually
maneotly by timely use
at a frightful no ordinary
bureau of pace
supplies and accounts, Wash- nesc, weakness, nervousness, etc. The
oasldera it a simple professional dutyto change the basis of their note issue methods will prevent disaster. There are
ington, D. C. repair needed is food. You think you plenty of medicines which act merely at
suffering humanity to donate a trialof from Government bonds to issues based
eat enough and yet you feel that Wakes to "alow up" the disease and putff
hla infallible: cure. The Weed" of Louisville, Ky., upon commercial assets. This is to be you ) disaster for a little while; but that isn't
wear out more tissue, energy, nerve rnonra. What is needed is a medicine that
Science daily develops new wonders : "It is known tact that muchof done After
says as a gradually. one year from force than your food makes for yo 11. will instantly reverse the entire wasting

and this great cbemUt, ptlently expert- the "Clear IIav na" article put on the passage of the bill banks mayre- The difficulty Is that you do not digest degenerating process.
When flesh and strength
meating for )'Mf'lha& produced results the market since the revolution in Cuba duce their bond deposits one-fourth enough. And this is BO serious it is and vitality people with are the losing life oozing out of them

as beneficial to humanity as can: be has been Florida-grown tobacco each year. worth sitting down seriously to think day after day, they need Dr. Fierce' Golden
claimed by any modern g-utas. His Medical Discovery which acts directly upon
assertion tbat lung trouble and oonninptlnn and iu but few cases has the deceptionbeen To obtain circulation on their com- about If you can't digest what you the vital forces, completely transforms the

are curable In tiny climate is noticed. If this is not true, what : mercial assets, the banks must deposit eat, take a few dose of Shaker Digestive entire nutritive organism and totally reverses

proven" by "heartfelt letter of gratitude has become of the great crop of Florida I legal tender notes with the United Cordial. The effect of it will b* which is the at the wasting root of, debilitating all diseases.It process
filed In his American and European
laboratories in thousands from tobacco crown last year? One States treasury. In place of them, the to Increase your flesh and make you enables to supply the digestive the circulation and: bloodmakingorgans with a.

'those en rod in all parts of the world. I ne\er hear of a "Clear Florida" cigar banks will receive a new class of notes, feel stronger. Yon won't fall sick. abundance of pure, healthy, red blood. It

Medical experts concede tbat bron- and yet the manufacturers were eagerto called "national reserve notes." Theseare Proof that it Is in control of your repair atops the wasting of tissue builds up solid
''bla!, cheer and lung troubles lead to i muscular: flesh and healthy nerve-force.
Consumption, which, uninterrupted, buy Florida tobacco at very remunerative to be redeemed in gold by all the apparatus. It's easy enough to Kiss Mary Whitman of East Dickinson,

means speedy and certain denth. paces for some cause. Was it banks on demand, out of a cold reserve test thIs for yourself. Take. few bot Franklin Co., N. Y writes : "For nearly tn
month I have had a bad cough and instead of
Simply write ft T. A. Slocum. M. C., that they wish to experiment? As fund which another section of the bill ties of Shaker Digestive Cordial getting! better. It grew wone. until I was advised!
i>8 Pio street, New York, giving t>otofflot At druggists, price 10 ce:1tslo $1 by a friend to try Dr. P: rce'l Ooldc Medical
and expicei address and the free anyone knows, the stock of Cuban tobacco provides the banks shall establish. per : DUcovery. I hesitated at \r.t seemed tome
death. SIparcsta
nothing would
medics will be promptly eent. Sufferers was ;limited last year. Did any- Each bank will be allowed to issue were anxious five ahoot me. and I was said

should take Instant advantageof one notice a diminishing of Clear notes, based upon its commercial assets : to have consumption. I tried your medicines
his proposition. IIa..1 I and before I had takes many dose there wa a
geueront ? Xo! Then the full When the second bottle was emptyI
Plfuwj tell the Doctor that von vana cigars the to amount of the reserve I great Chang "
saw I had no cough and was a great deal stronger.
his offer In Tux TlMKS-IlKHALD. sion must be drawn that Florida tobacca cotes issued to it. CHILL AND

Is little short of being equal to the The government legal tenders

Cuban article. When the old smokerstail amount to $405,000,000. These would FEVER TONIC State Troops Equipments.
LEGAL K1CTISKMEXTS.. Fla.: Times-Union S Citizen.]
to tell the difference there must be all be converted into reserve notes, Cures Fever Captain Gumbinger of the Wilson

given credit to the efforts of Florida to and remain in circulation. The national consulted Thomas
grow Cuban tobacco if not equal, near banks would be allowed to issue Day Woodruff in Su Augustine yesterday

UNDER .L"0 BY VIRTUE A DECREE>> the equal of any Cuban tobacco. We $465,000,000 more of their own notes. on matters relating to the equipmentos

Circuit>in Clrcnlt and for Court Putnam of the County Fifth Florida Judicial believe in the ultimate success of Florida At present the national bank clrcula- When Traveling I his battery: and w n assured that: at

in Chancery,dated July 15th 1897, in a certain to grow tobacco the equal of Cuba, lation is $235,000,000. So, under this Whether on pleasure bent or be sine**, the tune the
cause therein pending wherein Fannie D. MoLaughlln proper necessary equipment -
and Richard McLaughlin, her hui- as the climate and soil is almost Identical bill, the money in circulation could be Uke on every trip a bottle of Syrup of I would be provided for all mem-

ii band deteDd&nt are complainants, whereby the, and undersigned Ambrose IL was Hart ap- with that of the Island. All that is Increased by $230,000,000 more nation Figs, ai it acts mo
pointed special Matter to sell the the propertyhereinafter on the kidney*, liver and bowels
needed now to make rlonda- al bank notes. Woodruff holds his r&nk'b
deacrll.ed, I hall offer for tale in grown talc Captain -
froctof the Court House door in the of 1'atka. preventing fevers, headache and I
city .
Florida on Cuban tobacco a success is for this This provision does two things: it United States A-m, by virtue of
other forms of ticknes For male In
MONDAY TilE SEVENTH DAY OF MARCH country to recognize that we can raise compels the conversion of greenbacks; his graduation iron tilt w'en Point
50 bottles
cent by 'leading
A. D 1898 during the legal hours of sale, M the : Cuban tobacco, and for manufacturers into reserve notes, and remain In clrcu drnrgists.3l4nota.ctored Military Academy and hi* service ia
highest bidder, fur cash all there certain piece, by the California Fig
Darocls or tract of Und lying and been in the to brand their goods as Florida\ cigars lation, The reserve notes are nut to be Co only. the army. He it also Aitant AdJu-
County of Putnam Mate of rlorlda and more .
particularly d-*crit>ed a* follows, to-witr I redeemed at the treasury, except in the --...- tant General to the State Tpoops.
All that certain j>l xxs or naroel oi Und situate l Tobacco the few of bank failure. The
ed In the settlement of I'edernl "luint being a Coming Crop. cases g een- A Valuable Publication.Hon. 11 was learned yesterday through

portion henjantln of the llart tract described of land> in owned a survey by the and late Cl- San Mateo Item. I backs paid into the treasury arj not to \V. N. Sheats has just issued a reliable source that requisition has

vision thereof made by James M. Dancy, 8urreyor. Prof. Hoodie, of Lake City, informed be issued, as the reserve notes will take complete school directory of ihe State. already been made fur all equipment
In the rear ltf2, beginning at the southeact -
corner of a front lot of Edmund H. Hart, at the editor of this paper that be had their place. h[ contains the' names, locations, character needed by the malitia for active service

.*autherlTfroni point twenty-the point chain of*, interaction nerenty-three of link the raised crops of tobacco that would go The bill thus would prevent any I issue etc.. of all the educational institutions and that the requisition b on file at

Cweral minutes Range cant of, couth the Orange1, right drcrees Mill* and, forty-fire Federal over 90 per cent wrapper.If of bonds to maintain the treasury in Florida, whether public, pri- Washington.It .

Point road with the north line of Aid tract of we can raise a crop that will run gold. It. does not reduce the volumeof vate. religious or otherwise, together is stated that shall war be declared .
Benjamin llsrt's land, thence south, eight de
glees forty-lire minute eat ten chain and 50 per cent wrapper and we understandthis money in circulation. it puts upon with a !list of the teachers the salary the Male militias will be given aft1**

nerenty-four link and couth nineteen degree is done the banks where it belongs, the bur- they receive the of certifIcate
forty-Are minute west, six chain and three often and taking a tow grade opportunity to volunteer Immedlaely. t

Orange link to Mill the center road,of thence Dow'according Branch to Undgeon traverse yield per acre, GOO pound, we do not den of finding gold for bxport. And : held, their postofflce address, the ni tuber They will first be satheted into campsof
of Mid: branch to the east bank of it. John see why everyone in Florida should not the banks get the privilege ot issuing of day their schools run, etc., etc. Instruction, ant when he proper t
river fifteen chain slxty-seren link stale in
run of said hank. thence according to tbe Ret rich. notes only by assuming the duty of redeeming All in all, it I is a very valuable publica- time shall come they will be transported -

( eight traverse chain of east t1l margin nt1..tx of and said one-half river northerly link to a, Here are a few figures: 300 pounds : in ;gold the reserve note!- ion, containing information that could to such points' as their services marbe

stake of Edmund at the southwest It. Hart.corner(Hearing of the cypress aforesaidlot north wrapper at $1.50 per pound, (price act- which eventually will be .he only government heretofore only be secured through required.An. .

1,1I' nt1.one degree weft nine link south ually refused for second and third grade paper money in existence.It much vexatious correspondence and
thirty-seven degree, forty-fire minute east, Cnccrtaln Disease
fifteen links) thence north eighty degrees fifteen wrapper by the Putnam County Tobacco remains to be seen how the banks delay. There U DA discos more uncertain in its

j take minutes at east point eleven of beginning chain, fourteen on orange link Will to* Association this week,) $450, 300 will take to the scheme. On the face nature than 1YJ p.ia. Physicians ur that .

road containing fifteen and 1"1. flfty-oue one- pounds of filler at say 30 cents per ef It, it strong: proof of the injusticeand Quinine and other fever the symptoms of no two eases agree. It U
hundredths acres, more or therefore meet difficult to make a correct
Alto parcel of la-.d beginning at the same pound, or $90 which is a low estimate, hardship worked by the single gold diagnosis. No matter how severe or under
In the last at intervec- medicines take from 5
starting point as parcel
tlon of northern boundary of said tract with Orange making gross sales $540 from one acre. standard-for the reason that a curren- what Bitten digjruiaedyipepd will: *it.attacks Inva1ua6le BrowDI'Iron in all ,
south,Mill eight road degree, thence, forty-Hive along aid minute roan east line Now deduct 20 cents per pound for cy system which requires so much bolstering to 10 days to cure fever.Johnson's diseases of the stomach, blood and nervea.

thirty-three chains ninetyavelinks to a stake growing, and 15 cents pound for up must be a weak aud fraudulent Browns'Iron Bitters is told by all dealers.
at the southwest corner nl back: lot No.1 now or per Chill and Fever
tormerty of Edmund H.Hart thence south Irb'df'rt'MIIt curing and baling, both high estimates, thing.

and sixteen: forty-five and one-half minute link eat and three couth chain nineteen making total cost of raising and curing How much simpler wnoW be the sub Tonic cures in ONE 'DAY. HOW TO FIND OUT.:

degree, forty-fire minute east! sIx chain 3-) slitution of a double standard, which Fill bottle lass wills
and three link.total nine chain, nineteen and cents per pound; GOO pounds, $210, a or common ;

couth one-half link!- to center degree of east Duw, two Branch chains, thence and leaving you $330 per acre over and would at once put an end to this "end- Steel rails: are going up Toe principal urine and let it stand twenty-four

kilty-one link to a pine tree corner, thencetouseventy above all expenses, provided you get less chain" business!, aDd, at the same manufacturers propose to havea hones; sediment or fettling Indicate:

and twenty-lour degrees link to east the southeast twenty-oue corner chain of 50 per cent wrappers. In case you only time, supuly the need for an adequate whiff of the wave of prosperity and an unhealthy condition of the kidneys.

tract)\tot'.t intersection.i thence north with thirteen grant line degree*Ukc.(bearing east get 25 per cent, $150 per acre. circulating Iover'meaIs medium. in have agreed to put. the pnce up to SIS Ohen urn stuns linen it is evidence of
The sorry plight, -
long said grant line nineteen chain. slxty- President Hickenlooper made this the I or $20 a ton, from $16. When they kidney trouble. Too frequent desireto
ala 11) state; (bearing pines north indeed, when it must depend upon
eighty-tree sMWd: east, seven link. south rear over S150 per acre from his banks alone to bolster up its financial were selling for $16 the manufacturers urinate or pain in the back, is also '
degree thirty minute east seven
I ;inks couth eighty-three degree, thirty minute crop. system.Johnson's. were shipping them to other countries convincing proof that the kidneys ani
west nine link, thence couth elghtr. There and underselling and bladder are out of order.
arM degree, thirty minute twenty-fire are undoubtedly many sections were 1
.:halns and ftity-one and a half link to a take or spots that will grow fine tobacco! in 'German I rail makers, WHAT TO DO. :
xiiut[ of containing forty-one and
\K-loo acre rRA: more or lees being with this country and the sooner the owners ? There is comfort in the knowledge e&
said Am mentiooel lot the came ,.,.mtooe.coa. The readers of this will .
find them the better paper be veyed u A H. Hart by deed recorded U book out off they will be, ;
r pnirtMa.SM.a05andiM m >uf the record of Chill and to learn that there is at leas
taid I'uutam Coa.t>. The best way to find out is to plant. a I 1 pleased Swamp-Root: the great kidney remedy ;

Also a parcel of land commencing at Make little tobacco this year. j one( dreaded disease that sjiencehas I fulfills every wish in releiving pain In
'n the 'banks ,nin ,irr.t xnarili l > ,tom, imath of the wharf The fact of our being offered $1.50 FeverTonic been able to cure in ail its Blaze: *, and the back, kidneys liver, blabber and
it fc.Mfra.' : 1'otnt anti running; along the bank that it Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cu is I
,.. shows that e part of the urinary I
every passages.
.>f cud| river ui tinin. uili < r Hart' .1K'b. per pound, our tobacco isa'l
nonce' Mwardly un the brsnck to the head the only cure Known to the
right aud if poiuve corrects inability to hold unne and
,iff and east t. a tree marked with a eruM we can continue to get ..
sai') trw being! tin nortlmcut coraei b.mn4 ryf this price or even one- half of U tobacco medical fraternity. Catarrh being the I scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects -
> land IwUmElBjc! to K. H. Kurt theuce Tanning :
i .isi .twvniye< >!gre i>outh slung tbeliiMof Ik will surely pav in Putnam county better consiiluitoiwl diseaoereaulree a ornsii- following use of liquor. win or .
II Han land, M\ hundred yards to a Make jon"i i tretroent. 11.11'8 Catarrh Cure
'markf l with a cr "s', titenteaortbonehundred I than our orange trees ever did. Were Cures FeverIn in taken internally n'ctmz directly upon Deer, and overcome that unpleasant

rn4 r.--1 tsenty tin in-e"w; yards>>ot .ik to A lnimlre stale l larN.marked. more with ..r a I .. backlog: up our talk aud faith in the the bkM.l arvl mucous serf cts or necessity[ of being compelled to get up o

.'50... i" a stake at the: <-4Ht.. suer oi land owned l business by puuiuz In four or five the system, thereby detUroytog the many times daring the night to urinate.n"roiJJ .
ht i M. ( onnell. Uirncv ". trr'j ahmg lan.l owutiu One :
M. c-ooiieU sod l t;. '.. _ringt-> the plane I'' times our acreage of tan year Day. foundation of tbe diseaseand giving I and the extraordinary effect ..
if Marline the saws bring ttrenty-flte acre I the! patient strength by buiMtag up the
realized. It
,. ot Swamp-Root is soon
tn .r less. And in do-
I ettiioiHAtinn assisting nature
*:- Hook D of Conveyance. for FtttMM The latest results of pharmaceutical I stands the highest for iU wonderful .'
i oiin-1. rlorirta. tareiM. .... aDd aai to- lag i in work. T: ei*proprietor* have so I : ..f
...tlni'with the tenement I.ereditaanent. aadS : eionce and the best modern appliances tarAatiled Keener TS. Time. much c 'uajeus* in U* nii-ative power, t I cure. the most distressing ca ell). If

'I'J'ur't'l&D"pt'rtalnluJ; thereto.d.. J I.'EXGLK. of In compounding Arer's I Having a stock of Watch ana Clock thaI tht-y offer One Hnr-lre>l Collar you new a medicine \oa should have
hl|>eiaJ iiaaer.ati'rR Sareaparllls Hence, through half A Material on hand, and wishing to qui: for_ow eats that it falls! l.. (-.rc. Send tits heeu Sold by drujzists: price fifty

..liI'bf < iton J: COOI'ER for t uayrlarnaatr. I I j e.ntury in eibtene a. n medicine ilk 1 the repair business, I will do wont HI list of trHinwMiuk.A .. I 'cents and one dollar. You may have

reb t-W tally abreast of the In ali that the following low prices until stock is .'-f .*, P. J. CltKN'EY Co Tale I it sample bottle and pamphlet both sent .
r ongoing ale ta }xii>tiine. until If....- i to make it the feUad&r blood goes used up: Watches and Clocks! -mspring. .. .. ,, O mold by nil .iJra. :ileiw, l I free bv mail upon receipt' of three +
..I:. the Jii
E L'KXOLE: I on watches, 10 to 15 cents. .Have .. pecial Macter. .
CAJ3TOftttu ? eleven years experience in was b I HERALD and stnd your address to Or.
I nut lock making.. Give me n c+tl large load of Dry fine, Ash or Oak !i Kilmer & Co., B*>Binghamton Y. The _.fI.'
WANT. AN EDUCATION. ? I1&ilI 11 aagxacsrs Wood to any part of the city for SI of this the
Dad be convinced proprietors
[ paper guarantee
.... &blmpl.T &_. r. .Ja<.I t
..ky BO*take****.*b*Mil fl L 1II1Wal..na.. I II! iPa PERRY XFE:: pit When you nted wood call np 'Phone 5 genuineness: of thin offer.i" -
gtw. Maiw. b. (i 1. IA.- w.nebea iaiia, I J
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J *,. America's Greatest -
Vertrees & Con
.:Ed.%,kirby, of Mount Royal, fpent Medicine isr-. : ,
Tuesday In town. arilla
.v Hood'sSa! .sa --WHOLESALE--
:. -Mrs. B. C. Lanning vJsJu.dJac .t)ns y VhiclasLut .
a :::.. (iy Hay Meal.
".1 Tille Monday, rata ,., ., *.;V Cures form of Paper Bags,

,JD 'IMtveKtib tiftlo om, the *J.T . .every .
|& fc. W. railway has been'disconfljnned. Impujfty>h>od, from Grain, Grits, Building Material,

.', ,n.Mrs. rf'/Tlj t pi nple on your Flour, Papers, Orange Boxes,

.:..' : Whiz pray, of Jacksonville. ;Fee to the
.. 1 great
,._: .
+ s b *n visiUoK relatives! to Palatka j *%
.* ., Scrofula ,
ids week. ; : 'if 2 sore \Vjiich.) ,

Household and Kitchen furniture : .. Drains your system. Livery Feed and! Sale Stables Wagon Repository

t for'Bale. at a bargain. See advertise", ,'._nds. of people .

jaent.John : that Hood's The Standard Oil Company
T. Bon/1, of '-Our Racket AGENTS .-
.. Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.
ae- ,; Store," b\I a new announcement to- Sarsaparilh cures
,,, day Read it.Trainmaster. I' PALATKA. FLORIDA.
Scrofula Salt Rheum
!.. y.*.. ,.
...' L s?, of the Georgia ,i *'.*{r* Dyspepsia, Malaria, T
1uUlem'and Florida Railway, wa in ;

.' tOFn Tdet>Jav. CataVrh",Rheumatism WALTER THOMAS
':t-And That Tired ,
J. B- II ,ive. of Keuka was m town .
Monday and Tuesday, joking; after : Fe ling. Remember this

his Insta.he.re.. c '. And get Hood's Groceries China
". Crockery
I. Meyer offers his entire lot of ;; .V And only Hoods. ,
household and kitchen furniture at ,a'
bargain.gee ad. "e Glassware Tinware '
Aaron Tames, one of oar esteemed 1j

subscribers at Harlem was in town o n:Elected l\l3yorby a Very Small Wood and Willow Ware

Tuesday, and remembered us with a Majority of Colored Voters. ,

i, pleasant call: 'vTbe* municipal election on Tuesday 1

"WYE.: Pabor, raanajjerof tbe.EditorA( > ,o1ted:tn the election of George E.Gay'aijJlavor Paper <= nc1' Paper Bags .

ia, Interlacben, was in the city Mon- of Palatlca, he bavinc reCetve&a -
'lap nfbt, a route to Jacksonville '6n small majority over W. E. IB(; Lemon Street. Palalku. Florida.
a buslnea&'n '' Robbins but the defeat of the latter fa

mote,hohorable than the success of
Mrs. Lillie of Geor etown. d

who has been spending; several days' ioT ,the; Ilereis former.... the vote: Miss KATE LllOSMILLINERY The Crescent Chill CureFor

the city left.for her borne Wednesday ...: ". .' ,
,. 1VARDONE. .
the Quick and Permanent Cure- of
on the steamer Lavinia. ,' .. .. .
Forilajor- V. E. Robbins 46V'JS1
I Chills and Fever, Remittent Fever
James Beale, now lrayehng.paie 1., : Geo. E.
ger agent for the Indian River and. JJis .Alderman-B, I Gay. .. .. ..47 Intermittent Fever and Bilious Fever

cayne Bay Navigation; Co., was In town; *'.* X. F. N. Marvick. .39 And Fancy Goods. Lagrippe and Neuralgra.

this week, bhaklnj'hands with his *(' .1+ WAnD Two.. Ha in stock an elegant and divers- Gu.aran.teed. Cure

fiends.: \ .f ;')}'or'Mavor-W.: E. Robbins.... .:49 tied line of all goods pertaining tothe Most all Chill Tonics will cure chills, but trial Is all they will cure, and in

G. E. DWlette, of Itite4acbenz Was : ..i'. ? Geo. E. Gav... ... 14 Millinery Business. many oases a phyalc'an has to be called to Ret tha patient well. .:'ot *o with
Alderman R. C. Howell. .. 49 Experienced Northern Trimmer in TJIB UUESOENT CHILL TONIC as it tones the stomach restores the apprtite -
in the ctly Monday, 'And paid .UI' a .* char rc of Trimming evartmelt.A and purifies the blood. It eradicates malarial poison and put the
plesant vWt, renewifij his subscription .. %'\* WARD'THHEE.. SPECIALTY Full assortment of Jver In the very best possible condition.In .
to TIlE TIUsss-HEuALD for another .,.For"ilaior* -Robbins.: TAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM- this lies the great secret of the success' of this medicine, as nine-tenths of
% aU fever arises from au accumulation of malarial poisons and a torpid Liver. A
tit .12r SILKS.
year '"f' jJVWecaHtbe specific NEURALGIA and La URII'PE. Price ;sl cents. For gale at
"E&'Atderraan-J. D. Points.3C Having accepted the Agency for the
attention of.our.. .readers '"i WARD Foun. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. I am now The CRESCENT DRUG STORE C- &1 .
to the new anvertisemeut.of i bat*old I., : prepared to fil allorderlda for this celebrated prjetor.: :

reliable drug firm, Ackerman*and s.For"r Mayor-Robbins.:9 pattern. FALATKA, FLORIDA.
: Gay..3 Call write to for Fashion
> :? or me
h in :
SLe"'aVbi todoyjjscypressr
appears ( "4Fot Alderman-S. J.Kennerly .31: :heel.: KATE L. LUCAS. GFTry one bottle. 1 pay the postage, and if not found /;
itsue. j '..--i JVAIID FIVE. as represented will immediately refund money upon (
receipt of empty bottle. .
J. J. Bowen has just fnlsheed4aIhichct. 'FoV; "Major-Rwbbins.25Jj Very troly yoora.

handsome sign fur Mrs. M.:.l : ;. -. ".t. ', Gay. ...<>. t

It i* finished in black and yellqv. Vlth, 1 F 6? .Airman-.1'. A. Smith. .28 ----' ---

a background in natural tuafking ./. .\' .. WAnD Six. AT

a pretty effect,.! .. ... ..: I.**'Fo' >Mayor-Robbies..10O
.. ... j .... Mrs.
Wbile the mill steamer .u. .:.M.ww" > fc Gay... ... . .136kFpjfUdtrraan DR. P. KEENER, Blocher'sLemon ,

oo her way we from PicStatarr rda -Silas Smith..14

mortfiag. she waS Attackby: asquall f ;"'1"; P Stuiges.... ..130Maj Graduate Optician, 35 Street.

the bumoaae deck. '. ; or-Robbins. .4JGay +--
r t' ',, > -x-
A. P. Lew, the pbotoihak'berl led"'- i 'tFt. ; Alderman-G. W. Fowler. .. 54 SUMMER DRESS GOODSLawns
Tuesday for Adrian, Mich.,.Vbere he. ... J." ;; .- J. M. I1oJee..47 What is Better than
will make his home In future.* Palatka, M; '"'" .."4 J.W.PurooU..33 Dimities, Organdies,

regrets; to lose him, but )tovfrifmlsh ---m ny '.",<:4.-; y. *: James Heston. .. ..30.Tbtal Good Eye-sight ? Finest Silks asssorlment and Satins in for Lawns Waist, *Percales and Skirts., Calicoes Linen, Muslins.and Woolen Sheelin Underwear.<:,Tckin, etc

,,re wish him success* tai"' his* new"* '.\" l vote's for .=G1v Now is the time to have your eyes i Parasols and Umbrellas from roc to$2 50.
LuutC. : \ ". ; .. Robbins..233 I
t fitted. A --
examined, and glasses delayay
Sunday's Times-Univn andCitizen -
says: "Mrs. Martin Griffin, kot'''slatka ',Gay'o majonty. .... .. .. .. ...23 prove serious.
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will next week, be the guest: of her MILLINERYIN
.' A Good Blood Pnrifler. J T.3IU TON, Jr w. n.MINTO S
.P.: brother and sister, Mr.'and Mrs. Jere It you want a good blood; purifier "

i t S. Smith, where she Irill visit' .for a that combines also the valuable QUA!. i JONTON & BRO.Manufacturers ., I ALL ITS
week. ".' itles of A system regulator, get a bottleof

Prof. J. N. Overhullr' ,, who has conducted Prickly Ash Bitters. It fs a marvelOn ..T

the public echool at Interl&che. blood purifier; betides it cleanses, Ladies and Childrens
during the term just closed, was In strengthens and regulates the stomach, A. Shoes.

. town Wednesday and Called to see m: kidneys, liver and bowels. Bold by --
Professor will attend Jasne 'Ackermad & Stewart
The the THE C. B. ROGERS CO.
.'. Normal.. .* The Gem City Guards. -- of- ,

Mr. Goo. L. Pace.and two children, The'Guards held their regular drill IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.

who have been visiting: Mr. and Mrs Tuesday night, and much interest wataken Wagons, Buggies and Provisions Grain Flour Grits

M. J. Murphy foV several: weeks, returned while the company turned out Vehicles of all Kinds. Hay, ,. Meal Etc. I
to Jacksonville where thevwii' instructions -
in fall. The boys were given ,
remain about a month,, when they will, in the firing of volleys, regular Blacksmith Work, Horsc-Shoelnj. Mule .'&:cnh forFairbank OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO

... g i to their home In."Oint, (flinati.'. field work, etc. Experienced workmen. Satisfaction f Ginning I Co, THE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS

- .. The : unanimously decided guaranteed.Cor. FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
;: We have had the pteasur& of; meet company
Lion Bund Cawjl Meats.
h lag Barclay;.J. Qjilnn, -of e'Mk.N. to" volunteer their services to Major Lemon. and Fifth Street SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.

T., who, with.Ills.8n. \7Uliam, have Lovell., Second Battalion, Florida PALATKA. FLORIDA Quotations Made
been cojoura i* ja Palatka this week* StaU.Troops, in the event of hostilitiw Promptly on Application.

Mr. Quteq js'A liiemtief of Quinn :l between.this country and Spain. SEALED BIDS WASTED.v8aled Feb ll- m

Co.,prolnce'onafieaohmcrchaiits.. .'Of VAjthp cpmrnny was about to dis *,,. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
the evening Major Lovell bTds will bo received at the
Newark, and hai done in ,xtei sire ptfse.f -
't .. business wtth.thia State foe many yeariji hbnseil spade bis| appearance and wa City Council Chamber np to and including JAPANESE I
.1Ltroduced U. He expressed his apprep Saturday, April ICth for fur- Palatka Wood Yard.
p II
From the Times fhten. andof c.tlk Valatka, i)
,\ J3.UOQ {Ike action X the Guards ..nwieniiS nishing and delivering: at
Sunday we clip the following.f )trt' :, :tor vqjuolfet. Florid\ cubic yards of perrtwiukleehelL CURB ::1 (NEAR G.S.&Y. DEFOT.)

Leslie, ;Wifkle t was In Inexjttyjjbspend The right is reserved to reject E. O. EARM & CO, PnopBirron
ocd'e .
I>pH jbavc been red for Tuesday A New n i otnplcte Treatment lOBsistinK of
E,. Friday and .a. part ol Satntd y, nor all bids. SLPPu TORIES l ,Capsnksof Ointment aDd two j I
and Thnfidly nights of.e"ach VrriV. Boxes of ointment. A ixver-failinr! cure fo. files ,
returning mftejrwkrds to Palatka.v She "" s.:sl'it. -- T. B. .A DKRSOS. of every nature and degree It maker an operation DRY PINE. OAK and ASH for sale

"' 1 expects to De At home text week to JV- y. *" WANTEDPalafka ;- apr 8-ld City Clerk. with death the,knife unnecessary., which faioful.WM endure. and otten this terrible resaltshi bj Orders cord foot left,at strand Ackerman or load.& Stewart'*

main permanently,as the ashlee'mat 1q"'Sr r&ptar One .to five .. '. diteasW. pack, a Wntten Gnarante I. each dross atore. Gay liroa., and Weller &
*' 4LfN S1801. No Cure No Par sac and}i a box 6 for
tens, wbichbai a kept her In'totibned &boverfl I acre wi\lr. mall colrge frym CKj( tp $50 Sent by mail Samples free To.'*. t:rocert, will receive prompt it-

will by,! atlru? be fialiHcd. -*' ;. rh;)o shoV,pameSaturday G..WNH., OINTMENT Cm 25o*. PH and SOc. d, tention.Aluo Traeking. Fuinftarw Sfovin

t ,'.**i dJ w'|/..\i. tdT.car Tl.cisUEfciutertstcd :' .. CONSTIPATION JPIMU LPeUi: ..:zV'at end Baggage Transfer 'J'hone
+a Pare bteod. (food digesLiobnd keg.. ?lam. '. 'r ape,5-1t.. Flrsl.Gla! .SUIIIS 18lli j I Pl'R.JFlER. SMiII. mid and pteasat
ular bowel movwuenia ifre ,th Vfft\ lts r". I; -,-- ---""&- Lra1 10 take: epecallyadapted for cbtidresi.oae. J a
3 in
that fojlawtp, *Q8.often. frtcty"Aih, ,Il.U;t ae .' G)5.QFB I PINE TAR SYRUP
i ; and O1andlef. We have : o ",r..PALArga'rAroi : E E.-A rial ofth8.Boca Hale Pdets will
h TeiAoiMUls.r % f" 1w H JI'"i with a Si 110&ore of Pile Cpr :
ordered liven. SI t4I.... eA i.t'trjit, ,, :ljiif e bld.or '"] fine selection j t..im. ... .. %. LU for sate onlyACKERMeN by Peek's Drag Store, corner Second aau
a Stewart .4' 1\5\ THE S. E. DQXD CO. '' tVork'iionen. short unttce.
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