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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: May 27, 1898
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
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PAWTKANE6KLYTIaIB9- ': I'::: PALATKA, FLA., MAY 27. 1898, NEW SERIES-VOLUME 7--NO 8

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PALATKA SCHOOL. Easav-Our portraits Nettie Roberts I''I too prosy for the age, and the time is
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. Reading-The tollgate of life; Selina Reyml makct th.food pan.wllot.lOIII. .
of skillful .tad .Ud...
Commencement Exercises 11.gh Melzer. .

School No. I, Last Friday.At Essay-Thomas A. Edison Henry the different avenues or life will forge

Paragraphs of Local I and Per 9 o'clock last Friday morning the Loomis. himself to the front, useful, of course,

sonal Interest. spacious auditorium of Palatka High Music ladies quartette Massa's in as his education is liberal and properly

School No. 1 was filled to overflowing the cold, cold ground; Muses Davenport applied. Dante tells us that goodly ftDYAl

with patrons and friends of the school Dunn, Storrs and Lackore. merchantmen, laden with the rich products

Short, Snappy Stories About Mattersin who had turned out witness the clos. Essay-The origin of our flag; Miss of other climes were floated into mb

Palatka and Putnam County ing exercises, which proved to be the Margaret Miller.RecitationThe. the Venetian port upon th' incoming

for Busy Readers. most interesting and success ful of American flag; Mag tide and the !same tide bor upon its

any previous term. gie Stikeleatber. II crest the wreckage and debris of the

The interior was handsomely decor Oration-Our flag; G. B. Bassctt. dead sea. So will it ever be. You are lGPOWDER
See notice of "Sealed Bids Wanted" Banner the ladder of AKI$
: rated with flags, bunting, evergreensand Music-StarSpangled ; pupils stepping upon responsibility
in this issue. other appropriate articles. of high school. to-day some of you will remain upon

The awning: In front of the S.E. Bond The exercises were both beautifuland Essay-Enoch Jrden; Minnie Buky. .:the lower rungs, others will pass you in

Co's store is receiving repairs this instructive, and each one of the Recitation-RiJe of Jennie McNeil your ascent but few will ever reach the Absolutely Pure "1 i

week. participants did hIS or her part with Vivian G. Ackerman. top; but you must remember your life .

credit to themselves and to their Instructors Essay-Francis E. Wiilard; Mamie will be what you make it, influenced by
and Ola Ackeiman
Miss Mattie Gray I Eville. environments. In the Hercuiian
who had labored zealously and your OVAL BMma POWOC*CO.,ItU'YOU LEast
visit San-
returned Saturday from a to
earnestly for the success of the occa- I Recitation-The rising of 177C; Genie age, the measunng string was appliedto

ford and Tampa, sion. Following. tf e give the full pro- Fearnside. the muscle. Afterafewyears more,

Herbert Boyd of Peniel, who was gramme which was rendered: Music instrumental c.luet-old Ken) in the age ot intellect it was placed Coast Railway Service.A .

adjudged insane, was taken to Chatta- PRIMARY GRADiS. tuckv Home; Helen Fearnside and Ha around the head, when Shakespeareand personal letter to TIlE TIMES-

faoochee Saturday. Misses Andrews, Lackore, Deaderick Bond. Bacon were found to have the HERALD from Assistant Passenger

Charles E, Rowton and family wentto and Storrs, teachers. RecitatIon-LIttle Meg and I; Ida greatest brain capacity. But the time Agent J. D.Rahurr of the Florida East

Tampa Monday night to take a look Song Come again with singing; 3d Lieb. I II is now at hand when the measuring Coast railway, states that the additional

at our soldier boys ID camp. and 4th grades.RecitationThe. I Essay-Class history; Edith Merrill. string is not only applied to the muscles, fain service on that road was Inaugurated -

children's prayer; Essay Class property, Emma Dun the purse or the head, but to the heart principall for the convenience of

Judge Vertrees returned Monday Nellie Walters. ham. as well to determine who shall be king Palatka people.Passengers .

from Summer Haven, where he had Recitation-Saturday night; Emmett Presentation of certificates Supt. among men. (Here the diplomas were can now leave Palatka at

been for several davs on a fishing trip. Hodzes. Ralph. delivered the address continuing) And 8:20 a. m.. arriving at St. Augustine

\ Miss Lucas who has for some time Recitation-Grandfather's spectacles; Music, ladies quartette, I now, in the name of the Board of Public 9:40 a. m. and Jacksonville 10:55 a. m.

: been visiting in St. Augustine, is now Irene Gardner. In making the presentation of certificates i I: Instruction of Putnam County, I Returning,leave Jacksonville at 3 p.m.,

the guest of Mrs. S. E. Bond, Third Recitation-The little speaker; Cecil to the Superintendent Ralph I deliver you these certificates as passports St. Augustine 4:15 p. m., and arrive at

street. Donnelly. first addressed the audience as follows: into the High School Department, Palatka 5:35 p, m.

Clarence Kennerly has returned home Calisthenic drill by 1st grade. I trophies you have won by your earnest This service offers the people of Pa-

from stetson University, at which institution Recitation mortifying mistake; Pupils and citizens: We are glad to' study and devotion, and I entreat yon latka and vicinity an opportunity to
welcome you here today to our com that you never betray the trust so imrI
he ha. been a student for Anna Block. make a trip to Jacksonville or St. Augustine -
I Ume.f Recitation-The little boy who ran mencement exercises. We read in your j I I phcitly reposed in you, but that your I and return home the same day,
some open expressions and the sunlight in ;[ honest endeavors always be I
away; John Barrow. I may allowing some little tIme' Ia,either of
f The languor so common at this reason Recitation-Guilty or not guilty your countenances, you share with us crowned with a noble reward.It the above mentioned places.Be .
ia due to* impoverished blood. the joy of this occasion, I wish these
Pearl
Ringham.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures it by enrich. Recitation-Our flag. walls could be extended until they Is Postmaster KIrby. sure yea are right then go i J

ing the blood. Song-Mary had a little lamb. would admit every citizen of this community D. M. Kirby, who was recently appointed ahead Be sure joa Ret Hood's SATtnparilla .,
interested in the noble caute of Palatka and who and not sime cheap and
Erie Boyd, who has been connectedwith i Recitation-Our flag; Almon Rosem postmaster worthless sbbstltute.T. '
the Graham Hotel in the,capacityof I berg. education. received his commission on last Thursday > ,

. clerk for several weeks,left Wednesday I Recitation laughing chorus Al Like unto our national affairs, when formally took charge of the officeon W. Thompson Dead.*. '','

\ for his home at Anthony. I ene LeCount. political differences may divide us, but Monday. THE TIMES-HERALD regrets Ho .an'

Recitation rights Geo HodRecitalion when the common enemy strikes at our Dunn the term of four years and a e the death of CotamlV' *
:: The J. T. & K. W. railway has inaugurated I -Boys' ; noun County
I a,daily freight service out of ges. '- -. .'0. institutions we unite ,as one man to little over of :the retiring-postmaster, alone* Thompsonwhch occurred* .

Palatka. The south bound train leavesat -A woman's soliloquy ia repel any breach upon our liberties; *o W. P. Anderson, 'he has filled that responsible At his home at Hope Fla., on Friday
West. with our school work, while you may position with credit to himself last. Mr. had '
2:15a.m.and the north bouud at 1930; Grace Thompson been .HI-for
have found fault with the discipline of and satisfaction to the patrons of the
2:45 a. m.Frank Song-Merrily row, sevffa' months and hi*dea-h is ascribed::ito
Recitation-Grandma's doll; Minnie some teacher, or imagined some griev' office and while bis going out i. re' heart failure. r+ \ '' <

Bell, of Welaka, one of THETIMESHERALD'S Kupperbusch.Recilailon: ance done you by the school board, or gretted by his many friends, yet such Mr. Thompson had faithfullv *erved*< r

warm friends and -Our flag. still yet that your humble Superintend; things must be, for to the "vicjor. .0' belongs as a County Commissioner for tw* 1.termand .

.,. constant readers, was in town Tuesday Recitation-The 10a n' time for me; ent had been derelict in the discharge of the spoils." was a man who was esteemed" .'

and give this office a pleasant call. Fred Mernll. some official function, I know by your by all who knew him. The county has

W. L. Yates, one of THE TIMES- Recitation-Harry's mistake; Lena presence here today: you have laid aside Books for the Teachers. J lost an efficient officer and a Tamable

HERALD'S staunch friends and readers, Kummer. these feelings and you are all a unit in County Superintendent of Schools T. citizen.

of Interlachen, was in town Tuesday Song-Lullaby; 2d grade, this grand movement educate jour W. Ralph has recently purchased a val
chiMren. You have listened to these uable set of books-Works on Teachingand Saturday Morning's Fire.
and Wednesday and gave us a call. Recitalion-John's pumpkin ; T.
excellent essays and declamations, you placed them in his office In }he i Saturday morning about 8:3q.o'c ock 4
Ringham.
The Halifax Rifles passed through Marie Block. have been inspired by our showingyou Court Hon e. These works. wl\.h fire was discovers in a warehouse, between *

Saturday morning en route from Tampato Recitation-Grandpa; feel proud of this class of fourteen who Prof. Ralph purchased with the funds the light plant and :Tilgbman's!; ---

Davtona. The Rifles arrived at Recitation little boy's troubles are ready to enter upon higher work- belonging to the Putnam County Teach shingle mill. The fire department and

Tampa too late with their quota of men. Bobble Recilailon Mitchell.-Elder Lamb's donation; all these we present as trophies of our ers' Association, will be loaned to the a number of citizens responded Jo the.

Grant Williams, colored, was tried Mary Merrill.SongLovely. labor. (Then turning to the class upon teachers of the county.an J will no doubtbe alarm, and when'fonr streams of water :

before Justice Row ton Friday morningon May. the stage, he continued:) Class of'98: taken advantage of by each of them, from theliydrants 'were turned on tbe,., .r-

a charge of threatening to kill. Committed RecItation-The captain's daughter In the circuit of time, we are broughtto as the works are considered to be very flames they were soon under controL '"..' l'

to jail to keep the peace, in de. Edith Kupperbusch. the closing exercises of another scholastic instructive and valuable to school teach- The water pressure was excellent aad- .t : .

fault of bond.A Recitation-The children's triumph; year. ;Ve look backward over the ers. ____ ___ _____ it took. only a few momenta to extinguish .r-'r*,.'i','.

countryman by the name of Horton Minnie Barstow. past term and see the many heartachesas Malarion is devoid of bitter taste. the flames. -j ," )...>1.'.

was thrown from a wagon here Friday RecltabonWhen papa was a little well as the many joys that have Cures chills and fever; acts on the liver Those Who Returned. ..
marked our struggle to the places we and regulates the system veneraUy.U
mornln ,.nd sustained painful injuriesto boy; Ernest Neck. Those of the Gem City Guards who
now occupy. Sometimes we have been druggists.The .
his right thigh. The wound was attended Recitation-Edith' secret; Gracie failed to pass tbetr examination returned
. upon the mountain of ecstasy, and at
to by Drs. Cyrus and Welch. Keating. Times-Herald's Soldier. to Palatka Saturday morning*
others in the valleyodespoadency. A
Doll drill 1st grade.INTF.It31IATE .
; They were as follows:
G. Pratt Deal, who holds a reaponsi- fitful struggle for the mastery has TIlE TIMES-HERALD has furnished .. "
DEPARTMENT. C. S Wtgg, Corporal Leon
ble position in the Plant System offices dotted our every effort. But to-day a Uncle Sam with one soldier, who was Sergeant
t, Misses Benella Davenport and Elizabeth Hebert, and privates Hugh Roberts L..
We
successful in examination.
inSavannah.basbeen visiting relatives new era confronts us. We are stepping passing
Dunn, teachers. have reference toJ. D. Buky. who was Brantley, Burk'Sands, Amos Johns H, ti
from the little of
and friends in Palatka for several days. platform youth's pri
Dixie School. Hale G. Mfller W. F. Hotloway\ H.Uslna .
Song ; a.
foreman of this office. That Jess will
to the first
He returned Sunday to Savannah. may achievements rungsof .
Flo's letter Ethola ; G beaver C. U.Clark C,
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the ladder of intelligence. Education make a brave and faithful soldier none '
Services were held in the newchurch Frost I ". North. <
I is a citadel, a fortress. You have who know him doubt. ,
building of St. Monica Catholic Churchfor Flag exercise; six boys :5th grade. School Picnic.- .
got to storm her works: and capture them I Sunday \ ,,.
Instrumental duet Ha Bond and Miffs Mabry's Summer School. '
the first time last Rev.Falher
Sunday
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force and the and Sdri-. ,
by guns implementsyou The member of the Methodist
O'Brien officiating. We learn that Helen Fearnsiae. I Miss Sallie Mabry win conduct a pri
I use in this capture are industry, day School gave their annual picnicat}
the new church will not be dedicated Recitation-My boy and. the Maine; and To fill I vate summer school,as usual),In the St.
application perseverence. Mr. Crown's place at Peniel,.Taw ,
before'fall.Governor. Allie Steen. George Hctel. This affords an excellent -
the niche in your creation, lOU must i A Targe numberatteuded and ff pleasant r
Dialogue-The new scholars four for children wishing
Bloxham has appointed the ,seek her enchanted bowers. The history opportunity day is reported. The Ladief' Aid So*
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following field officers for the First .I girls.' of the world's great men prove that. to keep up their studies. ciety of the church joined the picnicen,
Recitation-Drafted Belle Welch.
t Florida Regiment: W. E. Williams, ; they passed along this way, and while Malarion with Malarion Tablets guar and alr went. out in wagons and ,car-
Rainbow colors seven girls.
colonel; I. E.Websterlientenantcolon. ; some reached the coveted goal, the anteed cure for chills, fever and ague, ridges. 1.
Song-Old Kentucky Home.
r el; C, 11. Lovell and' J. W. Sackett Recitation-An apt quotation; Jos. wrecks and 'failures of untold millionsare or money refunded. SO cents. All Seed District'Corninittee.The .r
majors. strewn all along life's pathway. druggists. :
Price. Congressional oOC'rabC.Exec
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asked what did
"What's in a name ?" The word Recitation-One of God's heroes; Aristotle was once in Putnam Real Estate Changes. utiye' Committee of the &co 4 Dlstnct
the educated differ from the uneducated
"bitters" does not always indicate Eva narrln t.on.MnsicPhonograph.. "As the Deeds were filed of record Monday at has been called to meet: in ..Falatka-
and his living
answer was:
something harsh and disagreeable. the Court House, in which C. A. Hall the 2.1 day of Jane. Hon E'S. CriU
dead.
Prickly Ash Bitters is proof of this. It Recitation-Girls of today; Mable differ from the battle Wellingtonthe of Waterloo I tells his place at Satsuma Heights to W. Is thannarcf the committee.'
hero of the famous ,
cleanses, strengthens and regulates the Hulcomb. said "Education without religion K. Harrison, of Chicago. Consideration Political matters la:Putnam.are grad.

system thoroughly, yet it is so pleasant Dialogue-Fourth of July. once would surround: with clever'devils." 2,500. The deal was consummated ually takinx shape. ,
us
the most delicate stomach will not object Song-Star Spangled Banner. Real Estate E. B.
to it. Sold oy Ackerman & Stewart. ,When; I peak of education I speak of through Agent Roy. Purify the sewers pf the bodf jmd"

;; EIGHTH GRADE. it in its broadest sense and it embracesthe stimulate the dig tiva.prons to main.

Miss Madge D. Ice, teaher. education of the head, the education Cash for lied Cedar, Gun health, strength and energy.'
D d..l5t T O XL I u3L.
Bean ill mad YM Haw JHnars Band Recitation by das of 10th P am. of the heart, the education of the Five car loads wanted. Seven Inches Prickly AsKtBitters is a tonic for Uw l'

Spaw.the > j Recitation-Xatnre and God; AlbertO hand. il am one C-f those who believeth }I'and upward. Address H.J: t d ander. kidneys, iverfTiomach and bowels. For l

.t GlrCi.t Merwin" ,. : collegiate boot education alone is i'I, Interlachen. Fla. sale by Ackerman-'. & Stewart t .A.. .

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." ._ 'h THE TIMES-HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 27 ::1

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NATIONALJAPITAl. Does BabyThrive OCALA IS CHOSEN.

State Democratic: Convention to be

Held August 3rd.

What is Going on in Washington ? Call for a State Democratic Convention S* fORTUNE

City. at Orlando, Fla., Wednesday '
Anust 3rd, 1898: w A woman's hand tells the tale / \
is delicate .. If .t .: smooth and white it shows she uses her hc.-.d t>
If your baby The Democratic party of the State s.-ne her handj-that the uses
A Brief Resume of Con- and and its food does of Florida will hold a State Conventionat
sickly
gressional Doings. not nourish it fifteen Orlando, Fla.,on Wednesday, August tCdbi..1Th VIASt 5 fi.UUUflP
put 3. 189S at 12 m., for the following DUST

or twenty drops of Scott's purposes: PO'tV P

WASHINGTON, May 23.-There is "To nominate the candidates '
Emulsion in its bottle threeor following to do l.cr clcairiitj. If her Land i.. rough xmnkled and "hninken, pit .'
more expectation than war news in to-wit: Two Justices of the ivivi, the is still using; the old soap and soda coiubinau
Washington, so tar as the public is con- four times a day and yen \\"' uon t oa use Gold .. w'
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Supreme Court, one for the full term '"' <\... ,.
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cerned. That the hourly rumor marked 1V.islnug .
is why will see a change.We of six years and one to fill the unex- \ /&sDa'. .... I
finds believers no matter how wild it have had abundai.t pired term of lion. B. S. Liddon, re. 'y'y 1''S\t- krlf ** p".Cln greatest l"Cr.om7. .C Nv, \ J
be." There is news-Important t.,7 .., : 2'T.fl !t K. rtr! :COMPANY.! _
may State Treasurer to fill the
signed a ,
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of move- proof that they will thrive: .!' 'f, (.iJcnro. :+:. Le."!... N-w Yurt.
but it is contemplated a .
news- Railroad "
unexpired term two Commissioners '
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ments rather than of battles fought and on this emulsion when otht; each for the term of four t.,r I' Pi1'i..

things accomplished; consequently it food fails to nourish them. years,and one Railroad Commissionerfor ,1'1'.;, S"t' ..._ t...

I comes under the bap of the censorship the term of two years, to be voted
which has been established by the government It is the same with larger
for at the next regular State election;
and is not allowed to be made children that are delicate. and to transact such other business

public. It relates to the movements of Scott's Emulsion seems to h:: a 'may come before the convention. I

our warships which are trying to get their "The different counties in the State
the element in
that Spanish fleet which is dodging lacking will send delegates to the convention .

around Cuban waters cornered whereit food. Do not fail to try it if upon the following! basis of representation -

will be bound to fight, and there are your children do not thrive.It : One delegate for each one hundred

reasons for expecting the success of the is as useful for them in votes for the candidate on the

efforts. State ticket who received the highest
Talk is again prevalent of postponingthe summer as in winter.Ask number of votes at the general electionof

invasion' of Cuba until fall. The your doctor if this is not true. 18uG, and one additional vote for the

reasons are that the rainy season will SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists.New York fraction ,in excess thereof, when it
begin in Cuba about the 10th of June, amounts to fifty or more." .

during which it will be impossible to request" as reached. The only real The counties under this rule will be 1gy0

carry on an aggressive compaign, ana fight that is likely to occur will be over entitled to representation as follow:

that it will lequire several months' lime the substitute offe.ed by Senator Alli- Alachua. 11; Bradford, C; Baker, 2; 1

to manufacture the amount of ammunition son, restoring the bonds and interest Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2;
that will be needed by the army. 4 Columbia 6 Dade 4 De Sato 1
bearing certificates of indebtedness, as Clay, ; ; ;
The fact that this talk is semi-officially provided for in the bill as it passed the G; Duval, 22; Escambla, 11; Franklin, 4

encouraged, instead of being rebuked House, in place of the issue of green. 2, Gadsden. 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, ",

makes improbable that it is intended to backs the coinage of silver seignorage, 2; Hillsboro, 20;Holmes,3; Jackson 9;

throw the Spaniards off their guard. It and the issue of silver certificates, put Jefferson, 14; Lafayette; Lake 7;

It only the Spaniard who have contended in the bill by the silver majority of the I Lee, 3; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1;

that military operations could not be Senate Finance Committee. The dis Manatee, 7; Madison, 7; Marion, 9;

carried on in Cuba during the rainy pule, over all the other clauses are upon Monroe, 4; Nassau, 4; Orange, 10; 0

season; the Insurgents have proven to details rather than principles, and Oceola, 2; Pasco, 4; PolkS; Putnam8;
Safety Comfort Time Low Rates.Finest
their Quick
.the contrary by making roost active can easily be settled. It is still believed St. Johns 7; Santa Rosa 5; Su-uler,4; \

campaign during that season. United that a majority of the Senate will vote Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 2; Volusia, 8; Cuisine and Service No Transfet Between Jsttkaonvlle aad New Tor
States troops may be landed in Cuba for bonds, although political pressure Wakulla, 6; Walton, 4; WasbID ton.3. Tn F'eet 11 composed of the following lianrtome New Steel Steamer:

any day. What else are the troops be- is being used to combine all the silver The counties will select their delegates COMANCHE (new
), ALGONQUIN IROQUOIS CHEROKEE 8EM1NOL
,
inz burned south for T a
votes against bonds. It is claimed that in any manner which maybe
Speaker Reed's vote in the committeeon enough democrats have pledged themselves deemed best by. the people acting %OHTJI-BOU D.
rules of which he is chairman, will Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. ,
to defeat this movement and through the party organization, as rec-
; From 3 ACK O\"VJLLE.FLA,(calling at Charleston) Sundays.Tuesday an'.Thnndan.: I
decide'whetbef a special rule shall be one silver republic: in-Mantle, of Montana ognized by the last State convention.All From CHARLESTON 8.CU Monday Wodnesdar*and .
reported to the Houss for the considera \ For hoar of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule.or Jacksonville and Charleston daily paper ,
Democrats Invited
-is also counted for bond are to participate -

lion of the joint resolution forth* an- The Administration thinks It will be in the selection of delegates thereto Steamer are appointed. to tail KOITTII-BOITOD.from Pier 29.East Eirer.New York at3 1'.m..a* follows: i\
exalion of Hawaii the other four mem good policy for Congress to clinch the including those who have become For CHARLESTON. f..P.. Monday.Wednesdays Friday
For JACK8OXV1LLK.FLA. (ealingatCbarieston) MondaysWedneedaysanI Friday
ben being equally divided. Although friendliness expressed for this country qualified to vole since the last election.

Speaker Reed is opposed to anexaiion by the official of France by making an The chairman and secretary of each Clyde New England and Soiihsm Lines--Frel I: h Only
and will probably vote against the res- convention held for the
unusually large appropriation to aid county purposeof Calling at Charleston 8.C..both way)
olution it Is that in deferenceto .
expected American representation at the big electing delegates to the State con *TEAM CXI!* D:'.YARE and GEO. CLYDE.
the wishes of his party he will vote Paris Expositicn in 1900somethinglike vention are requested to !send Hon. W.
From Foot of Hogan Street Jacksonrllle From Lewis' N hai. Boston.JbURSDAYS .
'for the rule. If he does,the resolution
Rawls chairman
$1,000,000. A, Tallahassee, FLU DAY'.
will at once be adopted by a large ma written
Fla., a or printed cop of the

jority. Yellow Jaundice Cured. proceedings such county conventions CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER INE.DE .

succeeded Suffering humanity should be supplied together with a list of the names of the ( BABY LINE.)

with every meant possible for its county executive committee appointed,
his Cabinet. When else is For Jacksonville Palatka. Sanford EnterpriseAnd
everybody ,
thereon the chairman
relief. It Is with pleasure we publish designating and
engaged in trying by hook or crook to the of such Intermediate Points toe J
following: "QTils is to certify that 1 secretary committee. on St )hnsThe
get a pointer on the plan of the army was a terrible sufferer from yellow W. A. BAWLS, Chairman.J. .

and navy, the members the Cabinet jaundice for over six months and was C. COOPER, Secret.1ry.MOTHER Elegant Sldewheel Steamer .
decided that it would be best to confine treated by some of the beet physician City of Jacksonville,

such knowledge to the President and In oar city and all to no avaiL Dr. CAPT. W. A. SHAW. .....

the'Secretanes. of War and the Navy, Bell, oar druggist, recommended Else Is appointed to sail as follow

;.;; and in accordance with that decision trio Bitters, and after taking two bottles There is no Leaves JacksonriDe...............................,.SundaysTuesdays Thursdays at 3 JO
requested the President not to discuss. I was entirely cured. I now take Y I word so full Leans Sanford returning....... ........-.......-9.00 a.m.Mondays,Wednesdays and Friday p.m.
Intended movements at Cabinet meet pleasure in recommending them to any II of meaningand -
SOOTH BOD DRead r
ings. The gentlemen wLo have thus person suffering with this, terrible about which such tender and Down. SCHEDUXJ ORTIIOUXD

r cut themselves off from malady. I am gratefully yours M. A. holy recollections cluster as that Leave. U0p.m. ................... ..... ac laon/n W............ ........... IrTiveT2.00..m Read UpLeare
opportunities *' 11.45" -... .. .................... Yalatb................ ............ 0a.m2.30a.m
Hogarty, Lexington Sold who watched .
to know everythinggoing on and to Ky. by of MOTHER -she y 3.o0a m.ArriT stor. "

on say they did not do so from any go Ackerinan &Stewart, druggist. Dyer our helpless infancy andguid- 430. ::::iHiiiiiiii...iiiiii: ;St.. 1'..::... .. .. "" 1.00
lack of interest,but from tear that they ... the ed our life of first tottering step.Mother Yet 92S R.OO a."m. : .. -..sanfo .. ..Ei.iji:..ii iiii. \ !! ,w 11 9.30 9 a o0am im pm

mlzht, if they knew the plans in an every Expectant -
Johnson's is beset with danger and all ef- General P...*nfr and lleket Office tO4 W. Bay Street, Jack.oiTlllr t 'At
unguarded moment say something that
fort should be made to avoid it. W. H. WARBUETOX. E. P. A. F. M.XBOXM O2CCER.Jm., Fla.Pa*..A,t.
would serve as a foundation for publications 5 Rowlinir Green New York iMWest 8t...JacboDYUle
so assists nature 'V.II. nE. DEnSO .II: 1'. A. I JOHN L. HOWARD. a7 '
that might result In frustrating Chill and ft Bowline Green New York AetitgSapt
a Mo heC Q in the change tak- FootHoj-an SL. Jacksonville,
those plans. A faceous Congressmansays
0
the members of the Cabinet merely FeverTonic the ing Expectant place that : WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

advertise their Ignorance of war plans ft tiff Mother is ena- IS So. Delaware AT* Pkiadepi 5 Howling Ore.,. >. c to escape being questioned by their F.I II II bled to look for-

friends and families especially their V it ward without

wives. Though spoken In jest, there dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings --

>r may be some truth in that idea. to the hour when she
Although the Senate has devoted Cures FeverIn experiences the joy of Motherhood. n::. HINDIPO

entire week the Its insures to the lives 1 I i. f. RESTORES
practically an to consideration use safety C llsii1ipioll O .-'_ VITALITY I
of the amended war revenue One Day.Why of both Mother and Child, and she \ -.. -
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y bill, it has not acted nl.on( a single one is found stronger after than before <..;{ \ r Made a
ITS CVR !
of the disputed clauses of the bill each confinement-in short, it "makes" To TEE EDITOR*-I have an absolute$ i j 1 Welt Man

of them having been paused over "by allow yourself to be Childbirth natural and easy, as I remedy for Consumption. By its timer! use '\ THE I.QA' of Me.
slowly tortured have said. Don't be I'
so many thousands of hopeless cases have been already I GREAT e" _
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at the take by disease? Chills i persuaded to use anything butOTHEP8FRJENB permanently cured. So proof positive am I'' RENCH REMEWprodaxes the
R above
and Fever will undermine, and eventually of Its power that: I consider it my duty to ta3Odats. cueNmwarDebihfv/par result?
break down the send teo tottk fret to those of your readers Y riI""*.* """.* A/en.ory. Stops ill dra and
!troDzest constitution r who have Consuin tionTbroat,Bronchial loves caused by errcn of jrocth. It wmrdTiffTK:
pr .
Much In LittleIs -'FEBIU CUR (Sweet Chill aaity and Consnln. OG. Vooasr Men regain Manhood
Tonic
J JI
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their !, and Old Wen reconr'outhful' rgor7u
with Iron) w more effective than I express and postoffice address. Sincerely, gives vigor and s ie to shrunken organs and fa
especially true of riotvrs PIE*,for no mad ( ; and T. A. SLOCvM.X.C, m Pearl SUlfewTorTb ai man for business or marriajre. Easilv earned la
Quinine
being combined I' the vest Price rn
with pocket.
due ever c.mu..ir ,,; great curative power In I Ito Xly wife rttfTered more In ten min- a9- EditoriU sad BufnM lI"DA, inot of bf ill plain pack. 3U pjQ I O. o witS f fmai1.
small a;ace. They art a whole nedleiao 'trains cxcellentTontc end Nerve Med utes with either of her other two chil- Uus payer Ownato*ILU CVOWM rrojKwitkni. WriuCJa parantce. OR. JEAN O'HAIIRA. flails
icine. It is pleasant to take and is dren than the di J altogether with her ACKEBMAN & STEW ART.LE .

l:sold under positive carantee to cure or Jut,of huinspre'iousl1 11other' Friend.used' four It; is betties a- P'> r.ADIES''oYour.-* : : .1
refunde.t. D ?. FELIX LC CRUN:;
money Accept no substituteTM become
to to
blessing any one expecting a Ji'bK <
EJ.1 JU..c
f "jue t a* jrnod*' kind don't effect ( a KOTIIEU," says a c:istomer.J1x.Dr. vSteelSPfinapjalPifI IIIIIM'S This remedy beta"EX.: la_
I uS I>iLE, Cirni Illinois. -jeeted directly'
to
cures'.ar I !7* the orlsrlnal and <.n ; the
chest, alwa)a reify at- J 11 $"CH. seat of those dast'tses
sat and reliable
f'1.
nfleient.always tat :--- ------ --------- --------- --- / "()nt*.*>inarket. Price.Fi.fur" <. of the 4enltwCrfn& y
Wactory; premit a cold P IS I i-rF.rTewlaaIIul..sE:. Of D--rSr. ut :J:..:rot fcjexpr en on reeetpt D y mail. Gen nine soM oulj L. G & G o ana. b.
rAft of prtr Wrh! far Fort ear tftlmonUltaa ebaae or dIet.
cr fever,eure an nTr Ins.4 .... : Cure
mStm4r v.nb. Ir '!:.aa foe aJ ar.tk.ts. fr..Slit. ... ACa't"A N A STFai',111T.t'alaika xnaraateed I. 1 t. a
aJckVadache Jaundice.eon! etc. 25C. J IT IOMET.J Hitter a" Commercial da7110 HmaU
'- Upatlon .arlitb7M. Qr&lflcU Liiqrihtsr Co., iituta, Ca. plaiD puke
f iTheouIyPQls to take with n..pwJb. pie Lessons Free.Addiers.L L HIUES Palatka IL.8m-Fla. -Fo'irl! j Cl U.R,E-.14 ateby oalj mall bl '1.0o..


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THE TIMES-HERALD.-TRIDAY: MAY 27.


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WONDERS OF SCIENCE. CLOSE VIEW OF CUBA. J who Many would menthought be General Cleanings

startIedatth
bare W..Sunqro t May 18. The househa9passed JPOF .

OBSERVATIONS OF A RECENT RESIDENT { of sitting the Deficiency pension hnC5Upn r f

Lund Troubles and ConsumptionCan OF THE ISLAND. JI': deliberately down and >,.JIaT; 23.-According to cur.

be Cured. drinking a rent report here the Spanistt reserta

dose of poison fleet frill inan&Utet Id Cadiz *\t&ti
Mr.Wilfrid Sk slfe'. Description of Spain's allows
S until its destination decided upon. a
Lmment Rew fork Chemist and Scientist Makes Soldiers-Farcical Nature of the Spanish L7 himself to b!
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regularly and :The1 battle.bblpAlabniutwassuccesefnfyhunched. 1R
PHILADELPHIA Slay 15.-
a Free Offs to Our Readers. Campaign-The Guerrillas and the IDsarceate systematically :
a -." ) :
TA. Slocntn demonstrated his discovery -Spaniards' Ideas of America. poisoned
kt Cramps. Shipyard today. Senator
day after day t \
of a reliable and absolute cure Mr. Wilfrid Simile who has resided by accumuU- Morgan's daughter christened the new ,

for Consumption (Pulmonary Tnbercu- lions of bile vessel.CjTTOT.
for has
many years in Cuba returned this in the blood.
bale) and all bronchial throat lung home in Montreal, having left Havana a._ When the liver fails to MEXICO, May 21.-There ian Wl\1\ '

and chest diseases stubborn c ,nghs. on the last steamer before the I do its regular work of filtering truth in the report that tbe lives of IMITA
catarrhal affection general decline this bilious poison out thd residents in danger IN
American are
blockade set in. Mr. Skaife has been i of the circulation, it goes on
and weakness loss of flesh and all the entire constitution from excited members of the more numerous .
connected, in the position of technical poisoning
conditions of wasting away, will send /7 just as surely if a matt Spanish eo1ony.PJm.DEL.rJII THE EXCELENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGSis
expert, with a largosngar estate operated prussic acid.
drinking
THREE FREE BO CTLES (all differ. by American capitalists and employing was Every part of the body is polluted. The ). :May 19.-The executive due not only to the originality and

ent) of his New Discoveries to any over a thousand men, in the districtof digestive juices are suppressed and weak- heads of all the leading hank in simplicity of the combination,but also
Tux TIMES HKKALD ened. The kidneys and skin are clogged this city are up In arms against the proposed to the care and skill with which it is
afflicted reader of
Santa Clara lie knows the Cubans the and bronchial
with impurities! and lungs tax manufactured
war on gross earnings, deposits by .scientific
processes
writing for them. Ills "New SclentltlcTrea.tment" tubes overloaded with morbid secretion
understands the political situation and
which eat away the delicate tissue, and and capitals of banks.HAWARDE.V known to the CALIFORNIA FIG Soup
has eared thousands permanently is able to throw much light on the present bring about bronchitis and consumption. May 19.William Ewarfc I Co. only,and we with to impress upon

by Its timely use, and be situation in the island. Speaking of All the diseases caused by this subtle process Gladstone, the great English statesman, all the importance of purchasing the
considers it a simple professional dutyto the resistance the Americans are' likely of bilious poisoning are cured by the true and
original
marvelous alterative action of Dr. Pierce's died at his home here Thursday after a I remedy. As the
suffering humanity to donate a trial to meet on landing, )Ir. Skaife said: Golden Medical Discovery. It directly increases lingering illness, aged' 89 years. He genuine Syrup of Fig is manufacturedby

of his Infallible cure. "What must be understood is that the liver's natural excretive and was surrounded by family and friends the CUJFOKXIA FIG STROP Co.

Science dally develops new wonders, the Spanish soldier is a brave man who purifying powers ; gives the digestive manufacturean and and passed away: most peacefully. only, a knowledge of that fact will
blood-maklug organs) power to
will stand and be shot without flinching assist one in avoidingthe worthless
and this great chemist patiently exprlmealing up abundance of red, rich. healthy blood.It CHICAGO, May 19.-The biggest edition
and who will die in his tracks drives out all impurities and vitalizesthe imitations manufacture by other par
for years, has produced results elements of the stars and stripes in the world: ties. The
without ever asking the wherefore. lie circulation with the life-giving high standing of the CALIFORNIA
as beneficial to humanity as can be has, moreover, a modern weapon in his which restore perfect nutrition, solid muscular now floats over John M. Smyth's town Fie SVKCP Co. with the medical

claimed by any modern genius. His hands but he does not know how to fire power, and healthy nerve-force. market In West Madison street. It Is profession, and the satisfaction
"10 August t19S.! J was taken down In bed with TO by 40 feet, and will not come down which
assertion that Ian; trouble and con it. There are still large numbers of a burning and severe pains in my stomach and I the genuine Syrup of Figs has
sumption are curable in any climate is I Spanish soldiers who fire with the under myshcldden.and dizziness in my head." I until its miniature adorns Morro Castle. given to millions of families, makes

proven by "heartfelt letters of .. brooch of the gun in the hollow of the Co.writes Fla.Ira**D.My Herring home physician Esq, of was Needmore called and, Levy he WASHIXOTOX, May 18.-Secretary Al- the name of the Company a guarantyof

filed In his American and -raU-1 arm. The Spanish soldier is not drilled. said symptoms were more like consumption ger has tent to congress a draft of a btl the excellence of its remedy. It is

tude, laboratories in thousands from He sits idle-he has sat idly for yearsaround than months anything trying different else. lingered kinds of in medicine.this way Nothing scrrn- I, to create, In time of war, a second assistant far In advance of all other laxatives

pean the little forts which the Spanish that I ate would digest, and I had great dis- secretary of war with a salaryof as it acts on the kidneys, liver and

those cured In all parts of the world. authorities have built in every place of tress Dr.in Pierce'my stomach.remedies I was or to persuaded see what to he try thought some I 1000. The secretary urges the importance bowels without irritating or weaken.

Medical experts concede that bronchial all over the island which they have oc of my case. I wrote him and received an answer 1.1 :his exigency of immedia, ing them, and it does not gripe nor

chest and lung troubles lead to cupied. His officers are, for the most stating that my suffering was from indigestion I action. nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
and torpid liver, and advising me to take Dr.
Consumption, which, uninterrupted, part utterly indifferent as to his condi Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. The first SHANGHAI, May 18.-The newspapershere t effects, please remember the name of

means speedy and certain death. tion as a fighting machine. He dawdles bottle bottle gave of the pleasing'Golden result Medical I have Discovery'taken four and and public opinion in general the Company-

Simply write to T. A. Slocum II. C., about; he knows nothing of military three small vials or the'Pleasant Pelletlam strongly favor an Anglo-American alliance CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
able to do work and eat what I could not
98 Plo street, New York, giving ootoffle science. The officers are lazy and incompetent before I took my these medicine" as proposed in the speech which IAN fUANClCO.C.U

and express address, and the free for the most part, exertingno I Mr. Chamberlain, secretary of state for LOCHTII.IZ. E,. NEW TORE. IT.T.

medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers initiative caring for nothing, killing the colonies, recently made at Birmingham

should take Insttnt advantageof the time. Then again, the Spanish England.

his generous proposition. I in Cuba has little or no artillery.
army WASHLSGTOX
Please tell the Doctor that von saw the neld "The Cubans are a peaceable May 20.-Congress will
What tho Americans will have to face
his offer in TuB Tm txs.IIEItLLD.LEGAL : people hardworking, industrious. They not adjourn until the result of the war A If.w Thing- From 6pla.
will be a numerous brave, but undisci- with Spain is As
desire to be allowed to live in peace. apparent. long as
plined body of men who will simply be Walking Spanish has long been a
there is will
They hare been ground to the earth by any uncertainty congress
classic art, but it has been entirely
ADVEKTISKMENTS. mowed down by the machine
guns. remain in session. This statement is
misrule. Innumerable fortunes hare
They will stand, they will be killed, eclipsed in the evolutions of Spain'sfleet
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-- been made out of them. made on the authority of a man closeto
ADMIXISTKATOR'S SOTICE. but they' will be overwhelmed by a the administration. by the art of sailing Spanish.-
"The Spaniards have the most ridiculous
Louisville Courier-JonmaL
MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILT PRE. small mander."A force. led by an energetic com ideas of the United States," continued CINCINNATI, May 20.-Patriotic feel-

SIX,.:\ my final account and vouchers. M Mr.Skaife. "Even officers of the Lug lias arisen to such a pitch here that
small of Oar B.tti.ery th. 8_ .. Mal..
Administrator of the Estate of Charles Corning, body cavalry. properlyled.
think that the 45 states of the leading women are persistently refusing
deceased the County Jude minim County would at any time during the last army At the dinner given the other night
Florida,and uk to be discharged from tn* Union set forth upon the map mean so to buy goods known to be of French
further administration of wild estate.K. three years have swept the insurgentsout I parishes and that the. United manufacture. Merchants have foundit by the Washington Light Infantry Vet-
.B. CKILXa of existence. But the idea of those I many erans' association one of the features of
Administrator. States army consists of 25,000 men to their advantage to remove French
who in control net the occasion the of the following .
feb 10 98-Cm. Cum tetumento annexo. were supreme was labels was reading
which is all they can put into the field. whenever practicable.
to the rebellion down but to dedicated to
keepit
put I poem Captain
Even to the day of the congressional
ADMINISTRATORS OTICE going in order that they might makea up MAKSiiriELD, Wis., May 19.A severe Charles D. Sigsbee:
resolutions there was no thought of
.,
tornado the central
passed through
fortune out of the business. The Span- When the amok of battle curling >
war. 'How will the Americans fight? portion of the state last night. Th'
ish soldier to all the Hide! Old Glory' wld nuforlinc.
fight
SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILL PRESENT was ready "
my final account and vouchers at adrainistratrU time. But he was not allowed to move, it was scornfully asked. -New York storm passed through Clark, Martabm When the h.lU our guns are hurliag. .t
:of the"tate of Wm.Speck deceased to Post. and Longlade ccuntiaj. leveling houses, Soldier, think on "murdered .Ka M."
the County Judge of Putnam County. Florida or if he moved at all this was the way .*.-
and ask tftb*discharged from the further administration : of, it: The Spanish got word that there farm buildings and forests. Ehnhurit When the foe Is drawing nearer,
of wd estate.MARY A Life Saved. I reported ten fatalities. At Siegler a Let your aim be but the clearer.
JOSEPIIINE 8rECK. was a band of insurgents in such a
Strike her chips aDd do not fear herAs
Ja 2S-6 m AdminUtratrlx. place. A column of troops numbering Marvelous cures of throat and lung family of five is said to have perisued.ROCKFORD. you think on "murdered Main" ,

perhaps 1,000 or 2,000, would be put affections are made daily by Dr.Bull's Ills, May i9.-Eleven people
With the shore Cuba
NOTICE FOR rUBLICATIOX' in motion. There was no provision for are known to be dead, and two score of looming
Cough Syrup. iliss Annie :;Hmm On your eight, let then the booming _..r t
more than the day's march. The insurgents badly injured as a result of aijestruc Of your gun tell Hpatn' undoing .

LANG Omen AT UA1XE VILLE. FLA., ) would be reached, they would be Petersburg,Va., writes: "My bi '. tire cyclone which swept over Ogle A* yon think on "murdered lainc."

May t. 1KN. fXTOTICE Engaged, they would retire. Tho troops was attacked by a bad} cough an. county last .evening. The storm'came When you land where deviation -
O1VE.V
IN foHowhif IS named HEREBY settler ha filed THAT notice TilE ofhit would set fire to the hospital-we knew and it was thought he had consnmv-- from the southwest and was from 399 to Long hath tiled to crush a nation

Intention to make final proof In support of what was done with the wounded, but tion. Dr. Dull's Cough Syrup was 400 foot wide. It leveled everything in Young, 'tis true, but yet who** station )
his claim,and that said proof will be Florida made,before we did not say much about it-and then I its path, demolishing hundreds of farmhouses Boon will come, "Remember Main*!**
Clerk. Circuit Court Palatka. on used,and to our great surprise it made
Jane 18, less Tli. they would return to the little fort they and barns, killing much live Strike for those whoa! need are pressing;
Sarah A.Pierce. widow of, L.Hd Irving: Pierce for the had left. When they were gone the him well and heartj. There Js no : atock.I Boldly strike all wrong redrawing.
deceased of UaolW'nlle.'L 21715
S. K.''4 Section II. Tp. SJt ME.He insurgents would reappear in the same better cure in the world than this I READING, Pa., May 23.-On a rush Aa Earning ftrike front for each"murdered heart a blessing Maine."

continuous names residence the following uj>on witnesses and cultivation to prove his of place. Understand, this was all on foot. Syrup." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is telegram from Washington the Carpeu- yon

said land.rii: Had there at any time during the past sold everywhere for 25 cents. tcr Steelworks sent 150 13-inch projectiles See yon Cuban maiden dying ,

John Clarence Miller Bannerrille.. ,Fla." three years been a strong cavalry force, destined for Sampson's fleet. Vainly from assailant flying.
lintoa. EnD to the death defying
Columbus Rrown M well led it would have only been necessary Life of Miss Francis E. Willard. These weigh 1.900 pounds each and wil Those mad brute: who"rank oar Ma1na"Se.
Wade Hall to to the officer in command,
afloat.
say go through anything Spanish
W.G.ROBINSON, would Having accepted the agency for the the lIttl. children pleadingFor
'Bring in Gomez and Gcoiez I
Over 800 projectiles of somewhat similar
may 6-td Register.ROBT. the food they long are needing.
well known Monarch Book Co. of
have been in. The whole business ,
brought
also are on hand and they go at Bee thoM brute their mea unheeding.
was simply farcical Philadelphia, which concern will pubIisb once ,to San Francisco for Dewey at Lord.avenge them and oar Main

W.DAVIT S.J.HILRURN. "The country, as I have said, was "The Life of Francis E. Willard" Manila.ST. .
Oh. one nor the perfect fusion
studded with little forts, and into these written by Anna H. Gordon, I expect Josxrn, Ma, May 23.-Seventy- Of the bin and gray la anion
& HILBURN
DAVIS
forts were put small garrisons, and here to make of Palatka and Put five women, aU of prominent families Caa but trod a quick ecstasies
a canvass *
*
To the who"rank Main!
the troops remained and nothing.. ear, oar
at the club when the
here met Country ,
LA.'W'YERS. done. Of ooone there were always the cam County and shall be pleased to freely voiced hostility of France to the Blue and gray all feud forsaking. '

guerrillas, and they were the choicest have your orders. This work IS en- United State in. the SpanishAmericantrouble Btrik for thaw.whoe* heart ar*breakime

scoundrels on the top of the earth. The dorsed by the W. C. T. U. discussed and it decided When Harana'i walls are shaking
OMce upstairs in falatka National Bank Bids.Palatka was was Cry aloud. "Remember Mslnet"Ood
Florida. guerrillas are composed of negroes Cubans ap 221m MRS. GEO. PATENT.Teachers' goods and to discourage the merchant

and,natives of the Canary islands. to neither bay nor wear Fnnch made of battle, help oar nation,
They are the scorn of Cuba. Under the Keep oar he rth. from deeolatloa
Examination. whom they patronize from handling
Ble** each patriot at his station
Will practice in all State and Federal direction of the Spaniards they were
French products. Fighting for oar oaken K&1a.-
m 7 It formed into roving bands to cut off the An examination of applicants to .obtain

Court insurgents and generally to ravage the teachers, lit, 2d and 3J grade YAJtcormtR, B. C., May 20.-Advices. Bin and gray, artist Defend her
s received by steamer tell of a very critical For our flag will user wl'1'eDder..ADd ,
country. The latter part cf their duty certificates will he held in Palatka
H. W. AVERY, state of affairs in the Samoan islands McKinley: now will render
they carried out in the most effectual
for Putnam Vengeance for our -sunken Mains"History's
County on believed
where another native war is to
manner. They have simply galloped
COUNSELLOR AT LAW TUESDAY' JUNK 7th ISOS be inevitable. The rebels are hoisting
about, murdering all they could meet JJ W I page shall tail the story
to at 8 o'clock Examinees their flag in defiance of Malietoa's government How Amrtea with lory
Palatka! Florida. I with. They set fire to the houses of innocent open a. m. have been Raised her flan unhurt, though gory,
people. They murdered the innocent will provide themselves with pen). ink Things now O er the fort that "Mink oar Main.**
brought to such a state that war would -H Cecil Bemen in Washington Post.Tutf .
people themselves if made the and
they before
j legal entering-
cap paper upon
Tffice Itolfttka National Dank Building. ba welcome. Another report says the
least resistance. They the j I
ravaged coun-
their Tnos. W. RALPH
-...- l work. rebels have also raised their flag at t I

Will practice in all Courts, State and try.II At the same time there is little to Superintendent.:; Leulnmoegan.CossTAsnsowJs. J

ederal. may C-tin choose between the insurgents and the May 7th 1S9S. td May 23. United

guerrillas. The former blow up trains, States Minister Angell has entered a s Pills
The mere careful a is in buying
man protest with the Turkish government
set fire totOOcooand sugar plantations,
use dynamite which had been sent by the more skeptical he is in selecting his against the action of the authorities Cure All

M. M. GODWIN the junta in New York for the most refusing to grant passport to Americans
the better like tIe will
diabolical Indeed the pants, we it. to travel in the Interior. The refusal
purposes. upon
estate with which I was connected theu more fully appreciate the UUCK- Minister Angell holds, Is In contravention Liver Ife .'

it was found necessary to organize a I SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a of existing treaties. These paas-

regiment of soldiers to protect alike the I glance how carefully they are made. rjarts citizens are and withheld British only subjects.from American I To those livingin
property and the men from tho violence
When be his hands In the
puts pocts I 23.-Hon. Reuben
of the insnrgenU. It was a favorite pastime AURORA, 0., May
of the latter to come upon peace- he'll find a printed guarantee which I P. Cannon, formerly well known malarial districts Tutt's Pills

able Chinamen working upon the estates says "If not as represented your : throughout the state as a leading poll- t .are indispensibletheykeepthe

-MuufactUl'M'l 01- and murder them. They cut the heads t money back. They couldn't be more-,'I tician, is dead aged 79. Before the

Wagons Buggies off ten Chinamen in this manner to my I thev'll never be Je s." |. civil war he was a recognized factor in J system in perfect order and are ,

own knowledge. This was done to make politics, and recognizing the great ability -
--ana-' the situation appear desperate-to prove 1 As the strength of a building depend I and possible future of James A. Garfield an absolute curefor

Vehicles of all Kind that m long as the Spaniards remainedin upon the solidity of its foundation so then principal of Hiram college, headache

power there would be nothing but I. health depends upon the condion of the' he induced him to consider the proposition sick indigestion

Blacksmith Work Horse S&oeloiExf anarchy upon the island. As for the blood. To cxoel impurities and cause'1i II of accepting the nomination of malaria, torpid liver, constipation

.ntnewi workmen|111\.efearge. featf Cubans themselves. Mr. Skaife said thatthey I the vital fluid to become vigorous and i. state senator, which was carried out a
co ....***!. I almost to a man ympathxse with few weeks later, and was the com- I j and all bilious diseases.Tutt's .

,econd Street, opposite Court 1Iou e. tho insurgents, of whom, at the pre ntm'JJlE'l1J. i Hfe-ffiVtn?. Ayer's Sarsaparilla b the 1'i iI mencement of G:1. eld's elevation to j Liver Pills
I most powerful and uueetive medielce
l'AU TKA. FIJI. not more than 5.000 could take the presidency. i
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THE TIMES" HERALD OUR COUNTY EDITORS I Announcomonts.For .


PUBLISHED FRIDA YB. County Treasurer FEARNSIDE & CO
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To the Democratic voters of Putnam County t
INTERLACES N. I hereby announce myself a> candidate for
the nomination of County Treasurer, subjectto It'
CHASe B. KENDALL. Editor and Proprietor: the approval of the Democratic primaries
and respectfully four support. Headquarters For.
IxTEnLAcnENWhat will Very respectfully, .
r April 13 1898. 8.J. KE&1.
BUBSCnmON RATE-OB Tear '1.00. Six probably to be a fatal accident
month. 60 Cents. Three Montta, 25 Cents. prove
Babtcnctions due advance.. occurred last night at the home of L. For the Office of County Treasurer.To CLOTHING

Mason colored. One of the children the voters of Putnam County:

AU aavertlslnflr bills become due pro rata took a book to bed to read, setting a I hereby: announce myself a candidate for reelection I
trerr taonttu Special ard short time payablea to the above named office subject to the .
a vance. lamp on the, edge of the bed. While action of the Democratic primaries. Having
toilttanuessn)aldbe made br express had th<>office one term.and having discharged
net order or rcrlstered letter. reading,the child went to sleep,and by my official duties faithfully, and I eeL with Grents' Furnishings
some movement upset the lamp settingfire satisfaction to the people of the Countyl have ,
no hesitancy in soliciting.your support In the
NO JONDS.. to the bed. The flames were extinguished coming primaries. very reietfully,
I J.C \EIURKE3, 8R.Palatka .
before much damage was ,Fla.,April 2Z 1898. Aiid
Confronted with a war with Spain it I IiI done to tbe house, but the child was 0 Tailoring.LEMON .

a source of great anxiety to know bow i found to be badly burned about the face For County Tax Collector.

the war will affect the financial situation. and breast. Dr.Whipp was summoned I hereby announce myself a candidate for STREET
nomination as Tax Collector of Putnam County PALATKA FLA.
Will the masses of the people be'j immediately and relieved the suffereras subject to the action of the J.uemncraticprisrsry.N.BLACK WELL. % :

much as possible, but it is thonzhtthattlhe April 19th 1898.
so well pleased with the success of our
child inhaled same of tbe flame
that they will be indifferent and For Tax Assessor.
army and if so, the chances for recovery are
to I hereby announce my candidacy for re-nom THE S. E. BOND CO.
con-
the
allow
ever vigilant capitalist slight. ination to the office of Tax Assessor of Putnamlbunty
.subject to the action of the Democratlo
struct a financial system. dangerous to The tobacco plants set early are now Primaries,and respectfully solicit the support ,
making a rapid owth.and more plants of the. Toters of the County. .'
the prospentfof the people? The (1EO. F.BULLARD.
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LEADERS IN LOW PRICES .
are being set as rapidly as possible.
question that most menaces our safety
Cucumbers and tomatoes now go for- For County Tax Collector.To -
and liberty at this hour is,shall there be WIIN W
ward, <.n considerable quantities: Returns the Democratic voters of Putnam County:

an issue of Goyerninent bonds ? Thatas on the cucumbers are far from I hereby announce myself a candidate for Dry Goods, Notions and Gents
re-nomlnatlon for the office of County Tax Collector Furnishinj
au isolated fact is not of supreme satfofnctory. Muskmelons wilt soon be of Putnam County subject to the approval .
of the Democratic Primaries,and respectfully OUR
importance, but it is so interwoven and ready for shipment.Mr. solicit your support. Yours truly,
F.C.BLAXCHARD. Dress Goods Department attracts the Ladies.
connected with the financial scheme of and Mrs. Crie and son left for

Maine today after a winter spent at For County Treasurer.To It is a fact that we have the NEATEST BEST
the bankers that it is difficult to estimatethe ,
Mariners Lake. 9 the Democratic voters of Putnam County: and CHEAPEST novelties in Spring and Summer

of the which might
extent dangers Burt Coburn left today to accept a Gentlemen By the advise of my friends I Dress Goods in the city.
hereby announce myself a. candidate for the
follow the issue of more bonds. It is position in Palalka. nomination of County Treasurer subject to the
approval of the Democratic Primaries. I beg to OURImportedrLaces
the settled purpose of this Administration thank my Democratic friends for the generous
nck'en's Arnca Salve. support given tte occasion and respectfully and Embroideries
to largely increse tbe amount ofinterestbearing ask a continuance of their valued attract
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, i support. Yours for sound Democracy the attention of all.
bonds. They are demanded Bruises, Bores: Ulcers, Salt Rheum, J. I.McCALLUM. .
Clayton.Fla.,April 25th. 181)8. OUR
as a basis for bank notes to Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,

take the place of silver certificates, Chilblains and, all Skin Eruptions, For the Lower Mouse. Shoe Department is full of the Best and Lat-

and pofctlvely cures Piles, or no pay re To the Voters of Putnam County: est Styles of Ladies Gents Misses and Child-
greenbacks and treasury notes. It is By solicitation and seeing the necessity of ,
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect having. representative from this side of the rens Fine and Medium Priced Shoes.
proposed to issue 500,000,000 more satisfaction or money refunded. county I come before yon as a candidate for the
lower house,enb jest to the discretion of the ma OUR
bonds, which means millions more of Price 25 cents per box. For sale by jor part of the Democratic voters of this county.
Thanking my friends for the support they gave Gents Furnishjngs are up-to-date Consist-
interest-bearing obligations for the ben- Ackerm&n & Stewart. me in my previous candidacy I leave the matter ,
with them. Respectfully. ing of the very Latest Styles and at Prices
efit of bond sharks and the enslavement 31ELROSE. JAS. P. APPLEBY.
that defy Competition.
of the producers of wealth. We now
Answer to "America."
have outstanding greenbacks, treasury MELrosE, Fla., May i5.-The little -- \
Flippantly indeed. My article in TIlE .
notes and silver certificates, which are son of Mr. Steinmejer has been quite

1 performing: the functions of money as sick Another for some marriage time. on Sunday. Will TIMES-HERALD"A n answer of to Apiii Rev.N.J.Tilghman'a 29th was headed TWO MN[ AND WHAT THEY DID.ONCE .

well as silver and gold, and calling for have leaflet," but tbe heading was omitted by
Mann and Miss Jessie Carter
no interest. The bonded debt, as pro- joined their fortunes together for life. the printer. This leaflet was typewritten

{ #. would the Rothschilds and and circulated by Mr. Tin the o' upon a time there
posed, give: B. S. Fickle has been suffering frool re
city of Palatka and Handed to me, andI 1 1
in
Florida in
the bond sharks of Wall street thai neuralgia of the heart, but is reported '* a town
it tack to Mr. T. and read ) ,
gave my '; yt tt- .. called Palatka, two young men,
ranch more power over the tax-ridden better, reply to him, and he intended<< to have '.. t :. :;."*> who engaged in the Drug and

people. Grave tears are entertained hiss Laura Aycock returned Wed- his leaflet published but failed to do so, 1\ ,. aB .. Printing business," respectively.

't .; that toe pressure brought to bear upon nesday from school at Macon, Ga. and said he had sent it to Welaka to a *... :*.*. ..I''s. Now, it came to pass, that these

f Congress to adopt the bankers'scheme Allen Price's little slx-year-old son fnend and expected it back scam and ".j.!.. '\ "*-_ \ ."v. : young men, ambitious for fame t

will be a success. Those who seekcongressional was badly kicked by a hone last week. I presume if "America" will call on t' t.; and glory, (and lucre) one dayI

One of his legs is broken and he has Mr T. be will take pleasure in exhibiting I .>, 1 put their heads together, and
r honors should be com- j It to him, or any .
I' suffered much pain. one.J.. A. HALL. sought a side occupation which,

pelted by their constituents to define Robert Richard is here from Waldoon .. .;. 'f.., taking a little of their time,

their position on the! bond question as a visit to Mrs. Orville Husband, his _'...e': '1{, 8 might fatten their purges and
BOWLING -
CONTEST .
a condition of support.We aunt. d- swell them (tbe purses)hke unto

have great confidence that the John Alderman in the eastern partof A NEW FEATURE ATilailloll's which they had never been swelled before.

,Senate of the United States' will resist the city, is having an addition built The Printer had been but a few weeks before, a famous

to his residence. I Bowling Alley Sewing Machine Agent, and went about the country doing, great
effort to the
every give
money power Death has again viilted us and taken the
good among people, especially the poor, as he sold good,
-. the control of the Nation's finances. from our midst Thomas Thompson a honest Machines taijJ
I ,.,'. on terms to those who could not afford ta
t "well-known and highly esteemed citi Beginning April 1st a suitable prize pay fancy prices. As a'consequence of this kindness towards the .
. will be awarded
to tbe
QUARTERING TROOPS. zen. He died Saturday morning, and player makingthe poor this Printer and Sewing Machine Agent became widely

k I -- A the funeral took place Sunday from beat average of any ten game known, yea, so favorably known, that the little children would
the bowled to May 1st
Undoubtedly ostensible object of Eliam Baptist Church being conducted call unto him he
: as passed saying: f'.erllY, you are doing people
the'President In calling for 125,000 vol. under the auspices of Masonic orders. Come out and win the pnze. Open good." .
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afternoon and night. .
r unteers was tor the purpose of invadirg Mr. Thompson had long been a citizen Now, it came to pass, that on the second day of March, in the W

4 Cuba and putting*n end to the brutal ot this community, and his death willcause year 1898, a great and serious loss befell this man; without the

n war now being conducted there against a vacancy in our midst which will Pale People Attention. least warning a fire raged in the huge building of a certain freight

Cuba. be hard to fill. The bereaved wife has house in the town of Palatka, at which time this Agent lost six

the sympathy of the entire community You Look Pale Machines, representing enough money to keep him impoverished

To read of the effort sow being made FnESIDUN.O.A.STOn..A. and disheartened for many fortnights.

"by some of the towns in this state to .. Eecl Tired ? Now, came the Druggist, who, being a friend of the Printer

I secure the presence of troops-not for Bear. TIN KM Yoa Han own Bought Got Spring Fever? I and Sewing Machine Agent, had observed the great good head

defensive purposes-Is a sad commentary Sip&tet ct Your Blood wrought upon the people and sympathized with him and admin a

I. istered consolation; and furthermore, consented to furnish moneyto
on patriotism. If troops are to Needs a Tonic. assist in the purchase of more Machines; and putting their
Tax Sale Distributions.State .
,assume the role of admiration
societies heads and together
money they bought a utw Machinesand
( and be stationed Treasurer Whitfield has distrib Take a bottle of started main
at towns where law afresh and now the people are happy for theyare
and order prevails as ornaments or uted the money ansing from the sale Quaker Remedy Co's selling the best Machines in the world-the New llome-
and redemntion of tax-sale certificatesfor .
retlmnlators of business interest then ....IRON PILLS.... cheap for cash or on easy terms. -4
the month of April to the several
Call at the Crescent Drug More, see the stock and
let the distribution be uniform and counties as follows: Gives strength and tone to the entire get

general. Armies should never be called Ahcbua, 54.70; Baker, .10; Bradford system, and makes ruddy cheeks and particulars.KURTZ & GARRETT
rich, red blood. Agents.
out as a financial enterprise but they S5.7G; Brerard, J67.74 Citrus

should represent that element of force $35.62; Columbia, $&0.49) ; CIay,897.26 100 Pills, 100 Doses t:

Dade, $-1.65; DeSoto, 24.20; Duval -
In our ctyilization that becomes visible FKICE FIFTY CENTS
$234.61 Escambia, $14.10; Gadsden,

only when the Nation's honor Is at stale $5.08: Hernand", $1090; Hillsboro Costs .Itile to give them a trial-why VIGOR3HEN

or life of our citizens endangered. .I $$95.20; Holme*,$132; Jackson, 6,56; not. All wishing to test its wonderful

Jefferson, $204 Lake. 98.67; Lee, menu, must call on

r Sour stomach, fullness alter $4.40; Levy, $1 40; Liberty CO; Manatee EasilyQuicklyPermanently Restored

flatulence are all caused by imperfect eating, sum; Marion, $05.37: Monroe ACKERiN & STEWART DR. P. KEENER MAGNETIC insoles btaidwitLa grass.

..Fits, buztnen Hstena,
$15 77; Nks au. $23 35 Orane$114.
digestion. Prickly Ash Nervous
Bitten corrects WAOLESALE Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal Losses,
' ,the disorder at once, drives out CO; Oseoola $1351; Paco, S4J.G9; ADD RETAIL Graduate Optician, I Sickness Failing Memory-tbe, Errors ol result Youth olOYerorkJ or Over-iadilgence.Worry, !

badly digested food and tones the rblt,142.91; Putnam.$32 23; Sumttr, Drugs Seed:. Paints art Wall Paper. LEMON Price SOc. and SI; 6 tens$S.
STREET. PALATKA For ,
FLA. qojck positive and lasting reselta in Se BtJ
stomach,liver and bowels. For sale by $3504; Suwannee, $1.:6; St. Johns, Weakness. tTuow Nerrrxis Del ility and Lost s.

Ackerman & Stewart SO.SG; Volusia, $112 76; Watnlla.S2.3G; LING W AH. >*? strength Vitality,-aM wul give strength LABEL and tone SPECUL-donbla to every pan

Wa'ton. .7U; WushingU'U, $7 79; total, What is Better than and 100 Pills effect Jr a by permanent maiL cure. Cheapest and best.

Delay is dangerous-wnen $1478 It). F R E E-A b tte of the famous
you lave a Japanese Liver
First-Glass! Chinese C Lau d1' Good Eye-sight ? Pellets win be given with a f i boa or more of VUj>
t Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE E. O. i..s& G<.. wil1-"eU you a netic Jfervine.Jrce. Sold only by ..J!

w TAR STRUT at once; it will cure large losi-I rf Ihr tine A-& .. 'akWornl '" :ONT -r.. PALATKA, FLA. Now is the time to have your eyes ACKER3IAN "
& STEWART.
tjmcky. Peek's Drug Storr. Limon to arc iti i.f ibr cu) for $1IN First-Haw* ork guaranteed. examined, and glasses fitted. A delay *g| W

street opposite court bou!.... ef > "be.> lou ce*'' w. od call uji *1 Lu.e
.... ". I Work none on abort notice. may preys Dt108. Palatka, Fla.

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COUNTY COMTHSSIO.NERS.' County Judge Coxe made his report Tom Holden do do do 50WDWUSInSRxi I
do do de 50St t
in duplicate with the Collector for II- RobtDSn de do (4) 50IttcrIJardner

Proceedings of the May fleeting cense :coUected for April 1898, SSG.75 E L IICC1unJr.wttnft8 do dO do It V Fowler do 60Tbos 50 R

of the Board. John W. Hagan,Sheriffmade his report HoweU D Hudson do dO do do Joe do Dixon seJ 50ItC

of fines and forfeitures collectedfor N Price do do Lake Price 50Porcheter
The honorable board of
County Prace eM do' dO 50Vaney ; ''b-
Commissioners met in regular session April 1898, S47.4S. =e7 do g do 50J
do .J .J Johnson 50PatrkkKaduskydo
Board of Public Instruction for their
3d 1698 Present I
Tuesday, May : ddoo ddo 5500Geo
itemized statement for month of March : S gg.J DO
S. J. Kennerly, chairman; W. IL wuuams do I YOU FEEL .
1898, examined and ordered filed. E Goza do do Jas lIestClO 50H
Cook John Hancock
Aaron
Varnes. Fowler do do do r I It I
W L Iesmer do do Julius Green 50ECLar
and Joseph Price, clerk, ...: :
n o 'e0n
:Minutes of last meeting were read 2 o..CI.,. 8 ci do do do 880'I
I Thomas Floyd do do do 50Lldy BILIOUS
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and on motion approved.On Q d4f Allen do do Hy Foster 00 PRICKLY
7J a till Brown dO do do 00 DROWSY,
motion ordered that whereas an Annie Allen do do do 'jO ,
Joseph rk'e. clerk circuit court and re LOW SPIRITED
error was made In drawing a warrantfor .. cording minutes circ itcourt..48 75 ASH
BODY AND
Mrs.Morse: at last meeting for $2.50, 5aD -, There being no further bu.IDeM the

the ? Board to meet at next BRAIN WEARY?
Mr. Hancock having drawn moneyon = w 81 I adjourned agaic BITTERS.

the warrant with others, he is there .S. :i n regular meeting unless sooner called -

fore instructed to pay the same over to c +QO- I -=. by the president. .

the county treasurer and take hIs receiptfor ;; RELIEVES
4U AND
ct.I INVIGORATES.
same. Fa Miss KATE LUCAS
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Petition asking that children of Emma Q It cleanses the liver and bowels strengthens the kid. ':

Jones be placed on the pauper list. On I neya and alds digestion thus the system. regulated and I ;
MILLINERY
motion, petition refused. o Q Va o1 1S! the body fortified to resist disease 1


Petition read from A.P.DeWolfagent uU : 4rJo g And Fancy Goods. : 1 VILCIBIE BOOT TO KEEP H THE HOBE. .
for lIn.ChancerBsklnz for a rebate on
< SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.Price .
the amount of her tax paid. Clerk was oH Ha in slock an elegant and diversified $1.00 Per

instructed to notify Mr. DeWolf that no CIS line of ail goods pertaining to bottle.
f4 gM the Business
s Millinery
action be taken on rebate until -
can any
.a .. J G per Experienced Northern Trimmer in
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the tax is before the Board. I
receipt ; U g charge of Trimming Department.A ,
Communication read from I* Price o et SPECIALTY Full assortment of
ACKEIUIAX & STEWLRT. Genera; Afi' !M*. _
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STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM-
and six others asking,: the County Commissioners tov ..,. "
BUOIDERIED SILKS.
that the citizens of Precinct D: 1 4-
; C') Having accepted the Agencv for the
18 be reimbursed for the amount of 8 :: ,
GI ? as md BUTTERICK PATTERNS am now

money spent In the prosecution of persons tb :e:, prepared to fit allorderldo for this celebrated ) THE ORANGE CROFT DAIRY CO. are Sole Agents forthe saleof the x

for burning voting booth in said I m ...... pattern. .
until next Call or wnte to me for Fashion Polar
precinct. Laid oyer meeting. Creamery :
Sheet. KATE L. LUCAS.In .
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Communication read from Geo.Pierreas H 8 B
= I IN FLORIDA: _
to the lumber for building coffin for = ; 8 '

unknown negro read. Bill for same I" "
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4 ; boylnt leeds e.;oll.tif y Near
cgdered paid.Communication. llyacant,"tedu.e a2..er.tofcaltlv.tlo.waaledonwknor4e .:. I.
The following bills were then examined +.1. I
read from H.& W.B.
altar largely exeeetli tbe crtjjli.i l
found correct and the Clerk instructed 1 l :
cost of tb bevt and dearcu eos t
Drew Co. in reference to bindingold b* bad. The bent In alwa,.. the i. I
to draw warrants for same: ekepei Fj a trtde tor I
tax txtoks. Ordered filed. more 'kFEY' \

8 J Kennerly day Commissioner..5, 2 00
On motion ordered that the Clerk be W It Cook I day com. :2. 30 1111 N....... BOO j
authorized to transcribe one of the old Aaron Vantea da com 12,35 ml.... ..... & 80
John Hancock I day com 12. 2Smi 2JO.. 460 I WRTTER
tax books into another book to John Hancock,for paupers Knowles
preserve andlfJreen.... . .... .. ........_........... 5 00 SEEDSand 1 It is the only device that controls
record of lame.Communication. airs. juick.for pauper self........ .... .. ft 00 k temperature*wdnnaterte by use'
O r Spragne.for pauper* Hanbury and always get Jour money's worth. C.J T- of water only. Ice mar be used
read from Tar-As Longwood.... .. S 00 Fir cent per paper rrerywlxrrAlways )*.1 I t' but U Is nOI1et.'eSIaTy if water ttcold. ,.
K S hepppat for pauper Iltrick.... .... ft 00 tbt be t. tierd ABDUL frrc. 'J > :t
Dullard to the t
sessor in reply matter of ........ .
for D.M.FERRY Mich.
8 O )AUller pauper L50mpkJD. 2 CO CO. Detroit ,.
rebate asked for by Grace & Robinson, James Cannon for pauper Osteen...... 2 60 I Applv for circulars! or call and set'' sample at
W H Cyrus,for pauper Cook... 250 II ORANGE CUOFT DAIRY.
in which be state that the assessmentof E W Clark,for pauper Delia and WiIii&in., ft 00 II I
S RCauney, for pauper Perry(2)____ ... ft 00 : .
{1 per acre on their land as not being Mack Nelson. pauper self ............... .. 2 CO I E. F. DUNHAM Manager, Palatka, Fia.P. .4
8 J Kennerlr.for pauper Hush........... 2 COK I :
O. Box .
On of Address
excessive. motion request Grace ( 437)
W Panch. for pauper Howard... .... 2 M
& Robinson is refused as to rebate D E Peacock for paupers Walker and
on Greene.. ......_.. ......_.......... 4 60
their tax. Joseph Pr1oeor pauper Loring.......... ft 00
M W Stewart,for pauper McOraw... .. 2 ORE
Communication from E. G. Firkins Beyle, pauper self.................... 200A
M Padgett for pauper Sibl y.......... 2 00
with tax receipt for 1897, read, asking i G W Ward,for pauper Fnnk... .......... ft 00 W. A. MERBYDAY
for a rebate of S2.75. Clerk was in* i T W l homp8Oll.for pauper Gallnten.... 200
T W Ralph, for pftupersCaldweU and Ellis, ft 00
strutted to _rile Mr.F1rktns and explainto Morran Bohannoo for pauper Uarrey. S 00
J F Tenney, for pauper Jackson ........ 2 60FE
him why the county cannot allow Turner for pauper Nelson... ....... 260 t WHOLESALE .
John W. if gan. pauper Griffin... .. ... 1 OL.J.
that amount. .Stokes pauper rook ......... .... 260 Grain Flour Meal Grits i
The matter of a change of road near Joseph Price clerk and auditor,Apr.. .. 37 60 Hay, ,
Louis Pope janitor Apr.... .... .... .... .. 2000 a
the premises of J. R. Henderson.which Plant System,rent of armory Apr......- 25 71 4
Palatka Water Works,water April to Oct l a Orange Box and Building Material. :
was laid over from last meeting, was 1,1898. and flushing sewer... 22 60Georf
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taken and there *ii'lerre.lumber for coffln 300James
up, being no objectiptTthe Cannon, road work District No 2 2350 ...1 .gent:

petition was granted without expense J C Vertrees,Treasurer com Apr.... ... 125 25 t'
LOWlU1.tuw.road work District No J.... 1800 Bradley Fertilizer C .,
to the county. Pal Gas U& Fuel Congas bills Apr. 1896 6 M A BICYCLE ACCIDENT
J T wood supplies for Jail Apr.......... ... 3 75 Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
. The folowmzp! rsons presented their 14 E Bond Co. supplies for Jail... .... .... IS W or a case of exhaustion, or being over- Ray & Fickett Schooner Line, ;
The for collector.... l to .
bonds for rifles which Advertiser printing
were approved: come by beat should always be provided -
Joseph Price cancelling certificates (Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)

O L. Strickland, Jas. A. Bair, Holmes Charles bands ERowton.* ()o..., .stationery....... ......for....courthouse ...... 1443 against by the bicycle ruler carryinga PALATKIFLORIDA.

Erwin aud J. E. Gamty. ..... ...... .. .... ........__ 400Kenoeriy flask of our high grade I. W. Harper '
Hardware Co.supplies for road st*
Joint bid from THE TIMES-HERALD UlKt.CIC'U_ OJ ............. 1315 whiskey. It Is the finest and purest {I
and Advertiser J Wilkinson work RJoeCreekFerry.... 10 00 E
Weekly was read for the J W Hapsn. bailiff at jail m days....... 8760 whiskey on the market for medicinal

same price as last year to share and F C Blanchard com for Apr............. 108 88K and tonicIs
as an appetlzerand
C Kelly Co. work on sewer... ....... 7W purpose, .
share alike. On motion the proposition W H Cook road work district Ne 1. 300HMerwln.ramsm diiezcelled. Our stock of wines and

was accepted as made in their bid, and John W Hagan A aughn.guarding 200 liquors are all high grade and reasona-

THE TiMES'HEiULD was selected as1 prlooneN... .... -. 33 lIORF. Florida East Coast Ry w aTIME
Lyon. Justice cost'.:. G 78 ble in price, and at everv one knows

the paper to do the printing; of delin- D f Baker deputy sheriff costs... ...... 215 '0Ed tbe purest in tbe city. "MURPHY."
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Smith wit ftIII Stare vsJones too
TABLE NO. IN EFFECT MAY 18 1898.
15 ,
quent tax Jilt for 1607. Mary Smith do do 100
D M O>rtre11. do State va Thompson.. MBMCorbln. I
County Treasurer J. C. Vertrees Juror State vs Jones....... 50 SOUTH BOUND (Bend Down NORTH BOUND (aM Up 1
made his report of warrants cancelled E T Robinson do de dd 80
O A Brush do do do .... fie) XoSS .
for the month of (April which was BGOoburn do do dO.... ... 60 RAY'S PLACE. fk Da.STATIONS. -
WOCampbelldo do do.... ... 50LWNagel Zx8t2t
examined, found correct and ordered do do do SOW ......... ..... .............Jaek onTiU. ......... .... ......... .... .Ar li i 6 6 s
L Dowersjnstlce costs state rs Bright 4 ftp 10 BOa Ar.......... .............. ....8L Av..U .............................LTAr
... .... ... .. 158 .1 3099. ..St. .
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filed.Also his report of funds on hand Robert Arant. deputy sheriff costs state Wines 41 p 11 foe L"-::. ::: .::::::::::.Haatinira....::::::: ::::::::.:::::::::.L.T !i

TB Brtjrntman. ft M Liquors 1t13 Ar..................... ...........P Zsilia-: .............................. '11-
May Itt, 1898, as follows: J w pagan, I'beritr.leedbW for Apr.... 17560JWHacan. 410p 1045aLr.""" ......... ............ Palatka .. ....... .... ................Ar b elO& .
Gen. Bey. n4. BberiiTs costs...... ........ re 13 ire? Ir M....... ... ...... ........ .taa"}(&teo..................... ...........Ly T
Road ...................... 1,44542 do do do __. 2760 8 7 Lv......... .... .................8a.n Mateo.................. ....,... .....Ar e 3S >
Brtdf ........ .... .......... 34723 do do forJCHarufUlU'1ing ..... And Cigars.Very "111,) 'Ly........................ ..J:&., Palatka.............................Ly %.
School M _.T............ 117 80 pr1IIoDft"I. 87 e. /SOp lOOp .................... .... ...(hmond ..... ........ .. ..... .. ... >OHp
Fine and Forfeiture................. SHOO Samuel Browning..Justices. ........costs... ..Staten .. ._ eiip lllp .: Daytona.............. ... .. .. SS2p
11.938"11 Mrs Laura J H Lumpkln.liorton witness state vs_C 138 Old Wines'A 7 tap clip 122lUp "" ........ ............;...... New Port Smyrna.Orange.. ................::i. .:... ". 9 f 20 41p H ,

HLunpkia M ...... S24p ...... .. ......................Oak Hill. .......... ................. } 44p ...
Collector Blanchard made his reportof 8 0 MUaer.wltness state vsCH Lumpkln 5CIoeoWuthenbee.wltllt'fia Specialty ...... s Pip .............................1'1tuTiUe ....................... ...... 104p123)p .....f
moneyconecLed for .state nJ HHorton ...... 8 Up .. ............................. (sityPotnt.......... ............... .... ...
April as State J 11 ? Co ._... 1 deb ...............................Ooooa................................ UZJp .._.
follows: Jasper Larkln/rltness do dd rs Horton MIaae Soeeul. attention given: to thejfllling of ...... ai7p .......................... ...Rockledre. .......... ................. 1118 .. ;.
Thomas do M .. .... ..... ... EaaGalfie.. ... ... "
County Rerenn.................. ....f4, 31Oocntjr 2t 5100 Gale do do do 60MICoxexosts Jugs and Kegs.W' ....... 418p 4 '. .... ..... ...'.M.lboarne.. ... ... 11 1145* ..1..
.Uceiww....................... M 75 State TsCJKHarnesft Co 80S ...... M2p64p ftp .... ..... ..... t+eba.tlsa". ... ... 10 SO Ss.I. ......
Poll Tax. 18 T.............. _._.. 349001ft Mary Wlnsblp witness do do do soeo e also handle the very .... / ::.:.[...>):.....))......St. Lacts..j...!!!...uummr. 9 S. : ...
.... ............ .... SCO .JuUa'W1U1am Jon" de to so best of Case Goods .... S ... ..... ...Fort Pierce. ... ... 9 ;
Anna do TB Anderson .. 0 .Eden ... ... ... 91!
N ss ss T II Ray do do 60 ...... .. .. ....................... ....Jensen............. ..... ... ... ...... 9 0>. .



The When your signs body wear of it you begins are are: loss to going exceed of to flesh fall repairin sick.paleaees Charles.1 Geom RIchard PLCoDfII It 0 E CaW KOfJr8n P McRae McRae r7 unama Preston. do do do do 00 Geo Franklin do do M do,Rent. 60 60 60M M 60 60 IDAHO 15 Lemon Street: SALOON Palatka. Fla. .........::: Ii Sop&22p p fiI:: :;. : :\::: ;:; ...:............(:....i..j.i.i: ( :; ::: I.. 8 S 7 5 8 e/i.':.y.....,



. Jack DtUon dO 40 80 Palatka Wood Yard. ...... [>p ... . i. .....
weakness nervousness, eta The JleDt.l't't rman.JUror do 50 ..A
E Grooms do do 50ft 1IETWKKX NEW SJIYItXA AND ORANGE CITY JIJ CTIOS.
needed is food. You thin
'repair you P Jl Bowen do do u
eat enough and feel that .1 8 000rler do do Nt NEAR G. S. t F. DEr rr. I STATIONS. !i. o. N ,
yet you you G P Ye1nrtOD do do 60 ( ) T P 101og v.. ... ... .. ... . .New Smyrna ........ -..-... ........Ari I 25p
wear out more tissue, energy nerve .1 11 t'UUen do do sor E. O. EARLS & CO. rnopRiETORSI2T f'Ip 1118.1 ..... ............. ......... Lake Helen ................ ... .... ...LyI24UpIo ',
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t'S ro-n1I1i' 1t.Det'JI fortin :>p" .. Orange City ....'.. ...... .
force than your food makes lor yon.The (;eo WeaLber..bee do .J H Horta 64so PI5B. OAK and ABU for uljj IOp.Ar ... . [..Orange City Junction.... .. ... .. /12

difficulty is that you do not digest .J R Lark1D It Browning d'dO t 40 do so cord, foot strand or load. traine t !weea New Smyrna and Orange dty .ltlDC'tiOD.DaD except w1dAy.

onough. And this is so serious it is luac Tbmaa W OHeseft a* rkerman & Stewart's
.1 M ddoo sop .. Bro KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
worth sitting down seriously to think E A Fowler Pown801UOr do do draF'or.< Gay and Weller ft
so
about If you can't digest what you L l"a111: do do 6 0 10. g ...T. cers, will receive prompt atenfi .......I. Qty .' Key W.....of the riorid Rut Oo 4t Steamship Oompaar
.1 T BoneS 40 do 80so : -'" .. Vest do Mondays.! WedaMdayt and Frtdar after arrirsl <>t tra'a from
eat, take a few dose of Shaker Dlgeetive Geo I. OX do do \ ,.". Trncklne. Furniture Movintii xaaunf ronB.ctlon s at K.y w.. with eYDen for Barana. Lr Key Ilia
Corlia). Tbfll effect of it will bAh W I Williams do do beA11MCQaneydo .i Baggage Trnmfer Tbon* 3. a lartj ilzM oa Tnevlaya. Thoraday ant batardtra, amrtaj itanil next t 4
increase your flesh and make you Jasper PrIce so. .8M Ie MKMet vttk berth bound tratm.
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feet stronger. You won't fall sick. LakoPrke do do -0 _.T'I..?atitr.Iaer the u-at wkiih trala and boats may'b* expected to srrtra
Pre of that It Is in control of your re- R. t. grown do wm 3lelntoFlease : I ;...EAR SYRUP t.part from the swvtwwl .$.... _<) pert, but their arrival or de wrture at the '
p.tr paratus. It's ay enough to .J Brown do .o 5f tattd U slot gn.r1.1114.age does t4 O.iapr hold ittlf re.pon. bJe for any doiar or
test this for Take taw hot P. HaQat, do da r.1Daantvhl .., -.q..... .. A. .
yourself. t do do soC QsJcUr owl Owls and OPk'i For copy of loci ..... M at W.rt Bay tttrMt! Jack-wnrUl'>,or a ilnn
ties of Shaker Cordl '. ..........
Digestive I lit wt a.costs R 7 Towtfor. F OG ... llrltwrllrlc 8ecoH an'I1 J. P.BBCKWITH.Trame x.- J. D.RAHNER.A.O.P.
At druggists, price 10 celts to $1 per y 0 DaTt" juror.State rs Lake Price laU .. at. .Arcut. '
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FRIDAY MAY 27 #
THE TIMES-HERALD,

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mtoergolng practical tralnlng'In the art Florida Honored/
WEEK OVER w.,war. The businesslike methods be.
| pmiaed by General Brooke wilaake The Gainesville of Tuesday says: OPEN LETTERTo

THE WORLD { the army available for active serjrjtce Major Fred W. Cole returned yesterday AN

much earlier than many army officer from Washington where has bee

-* --. believed possible. looking up his chances for appoint-I MOTHERS.

paragraphs of Interesting News .bzEUKA? AIa.. May 20.-The United ment to some high office in the United I' WE ARE ASSERTING IN TilE COCRTS OUR Ricr- TO THE

From S iiflouS Places.Tlie taes.iienate on Monday voted against States army. Major Cole was seen by a I'! EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ".CA.STORI.AND
tie !ppoin ment"of Mr: D. B. Smith as and seemed "
Suu reporter last night, i "PITCHER'S CASTORIA, AS OUR TItAI'lU .
The
postmaster. vote will be recon
tbt01 Stoney, atdered this week and Mr. Smith will much elated over his chances for ap- i 1 DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Kzjsachusetts,
)tt1Jisr) }; tL.Itiiay .- gen.&nJifudmx confirmed.. The fight over the post- paintment to one of 'the most con : "
fervid lodge of.the Knights office here.has been the bitterest political epicuous offices in the army. lIe was was the crigimtyr of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA. the same

f.Pyth1is1i. in Befsipn here: one known in Alabama and Smith has assured by those in authority that he that has boriciJ docs now f -- on every
vet
2L Colonel been compelled to stay in Washington would be made assistant 'LffiZ
IUciptcuanl.P v iiot: ay North- Carolina Ejeniv Jiis nearly a year.RALEIGU. general of the United states quartermaster volunteers bear the f C-Zi'iil.J! signature ?/ (&<&%7&t{ wrapper.

)afed4 a splendid black stallion: toGeneral May 20.-The state Popu-. In fact, the President has stated that This is the orlg: :a; PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
Lee. list convention Baa adjourned after a I
be will send Mr. Cole's appointment Mothers America for over thirty
the of
JHo-TgviLLE.AfcL, May 19.;JlerberlJones bitter fight for control of the party and used in the ;aes of

prominent t young planter of Its policy between Senator Marion Better into the Senate tomorrow, and this 18 years. LOOK CAREFULLY at Hit wrapper.ar/J sw i':; --L{ it is

w1nuket..was killed near thai place aQli. Congressman Harry Skinner. equal to an Cole appointment.home the kind have atoays bcugltt ..f ":' J" the
Major came unexpected you
In.a waY.aocident. It enieoin a complete victory for Senator r. /q--- -...:
1jsc&TGEAlaMay 23.-Golonftl A. Botler 1 l The fight wad ever thepropositica being wanted as a witness in an inc.- and has the signature of r..rUI.(7/1 { ..- ".: : ;'Jpc

JLttpdct: swallowed a largedose ef corwive. to offer ee-eperatiett with portent case in court. He will return to .> ''
No one has authority from JJK ; us :: :; none ex
iibliniate bymiatakefor calomel. Democrats: Butler faverea this, and this afterooon or tomorrow to receiy per.
He I*hoi expected to rnrrive.XASJOTLUC Skinner opposed it: his confirmation and have the oath of cept The Centaur Company cf vhi&President. C!.as. f':7 ttchsr is

:. May 23.-The Democraticate EuuuxonAii, Ala., May 21.-The Bir- office administered, when be will be t1
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connnittee.by resolution has aptvved ffltngbara Bolting Mill pompany has received detailed for duty. In this appointment Qe'.L t.r; -<- ,.... .!t. ,
ths course of Democratic congressmen March 8
a @onlrsct.frrxa the goternraent ,
Major Cole has been endorsed by the
in opposing a bond issue. for about.130 tons 6f Iron places. The 1S97.Do
Be Dire
behest men of the country, aud againwe :Not
AUGUSTA Ga, May 21.-The house Specifications are on hand, tend work; on
ot Patsy Abrams, a negro was burned the order has yostm the5 j t"at4s.siehbont can but say Alachua county bas Do:: not" endanger the life of *'r.ur c'hby! acceptinga

I miles from Augusta Saturday and two & by 10 fe,t, and vary in thickness been highly honored receiving this ": offer
cheap substitu which some d v.{:? .: may you
fcEildrfen locked therein burned to death. from !f to of an inch. The appointment.

WAYCROSS, Ga, May 21.-One hun I plates, AS soon. aj completed, are to be (because he makes a few more ix..nes'; on it), the in-

tired dollars will be given for the best shipped to Newport News: Ta. It is A New Man. gradients of which even ho doe.; ;io: know.

Ctunty display at the next Waycross fair.twOJor i be1fet .4 they artf to to used in making I was suffering from dyspepsia

the second Lest and ,> tor dId water tanks: rot boats.Discovered pout and rheumatism caused by impure "The Kind You Have Always Bought"BEARS

third best. blood I tried various medicines
bf a :Woman. THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF
AxI T.A, May 16.-As shown by the but obtained no relief until I began
crop repottpl the weather bureau for Another great discovery! has been taking Hood's Sarsaparlll ThU medicine '

the past week, crops in the state are in made and that too, by a lady in this has made me a new man and is
fc fine condition. Generally favorable country. "Disease fastened Its clutches
the best I ever took. It has been a .
Weather has prevailed throughout; the upon her and for seven years she with- "
blessing t' me. WILLIAM M. JAMKS.
fete.YAUXKTA. stood its severest tests bat her vital
S. C.Hoots .
Gft., May: 20.-A white organs were undermined and death Brogdcn

toon. Charies Griffiths, and Charles seemed Imminent. For three months
Thomas and James s PILLS are the ooly pil's to Insist Having
a negro were killed she coughed Incessantly and could not en
take with Hood's Baisaprrilla Easy
Drawdy, white, and a Henry
MI sue, were brdly wounded negro in a fight eltep.l She finally discovered a way to and yet efficient. The Kind That Never Failed Ton
recover by purchasing of us a bottle of
near this place. Dr. Klng'u New Discovery for Con -... ...s----...-,...........-.-....sw
SAT AS NAB May 23.-General Henry
i. Jackson died at his residence in this sumption and was much relieved on A Timely Friend.With .

city today after a long illness. Ha suffered taking; first dOle, that she slept all perfect propriety may we call
a stroke of paralysis several night and with two bottles has been
excellent Salvation Oil Leave Palatka
that remedy, ,
months ago and has been sinking steadily absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. PLANT ,
friend. This liniment rapidlycures
since that time. Luther Latz." Thus writes W. C. a timely
rheumatism and 5:00 A. M., 5:5-3 P. M.rrive .
ATLANTA May Id.-The Populist state Hamnlck & Co.. Shelby N. C. Trial neuralgia pains, '
convention met hero and made the following bottle free at Ackerman & Stewart's when other remedies fail. Mr. Jno. Jacksonville

dominations: For governor X drug etore. Regular size 50c and $1. M. Hall Ashland, Va., writes : "I SYSTEM ,

p. Hogan of Lincoln; for attorney gen. Every bottle guaranteed. suffered with rheumatism in the ankle It t ..30 A. M :40 P. M

fnd, Felix N. Cobb of Carroll; for com and the muscles connected therewith.
xtnis&ioner of agriculture w: P. Glover shedule in effect April 11, 1893.
Safety for TFomn. Salvation Oil at once relieved the sore-

of Bibb. Tansy Pennyroyal and Cotton Root ness, reduced the swelling, and cured QUICKEST: AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE-
TAMPA, Fix, May 21.-There Is an actual ,
Pills all and lrregulultf
remove suppressions the pain. No other liniment that I ever
scarcity of cigarxnaken here how.
$1 per box. For paxticu- used did me so much good.
The increased work in all the factories NORH EASTWEST
lars address Dr. Frank
and the fact that a number of men haveJoined Edmondson'l

{ the Cuban army makes it a rather Atlanta, Ga. NO CURE-NO PAY ,

difficult task to find as many workmen .
as are wanted. Skin Diseases Cured. That[ is the way all druggists sell 5:00 A. lI.THAIN carries Pullman Sleeping Car from Palatka and

for the cure of tetter itch, eczema, GROVE'S TASTELE8S CHILL and day coach from Jacksonville to Cincinnati, without
Eason
,county CHARLESTON.auditor for May 12 20.-W.years and G. a man, erysipela'. and all irratihility of the TONIC for Chiijs] and Malaria. It is change, via Montgomery and L.-fc N. R. R.

of 72 years of age, committed suicide by skin, Dr. Edmondson'4 Eczema Cures Imply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless 5:00 A. M.c.r TRAINS connect at Jacksonville with Pullman Sleeping
Dr. Frank Children lore it. Adults .. CAn for New York A. C. L Penn R. R Pali-
hooting himself through the heart. the standard. Address form prefer via ana also
Some time ago he suffered a stroke of Kdinondson, Atlanta, Oa. Pnce 50, it to bitter naujeatlnz .tonics allll O.U.1) '1 man sleeper for Nashville via TiftOD, Macon, Atlanta, Chatt

paralysis, and it is believed that it per bottle. ml1- m Price 50c. anooga.
affected his mind. 5:55 P ]IH TRAIN Pullman Sluing Car Jacksonville to St. Louis via
Tog Montgomery and L. & :N., also connects with: local sleeper
SELMA! Ala, May 18.-Near Hazen Keener vs. Time. The Lake Co. has Jacksonville to Savannah. I

Alf Phillips cut Sydney Hayes' throat been organized recently to establish a
clock
stock of Watch and
with a knife. The jugular vein was Having a LEAVE PALATKA 11:00 A. M.,and 1:00.)1.. for Gulf Coast viaSanford.
at West Palm Beach conTact -
Material on hand and wishing to qUit. cannery ;
severed and death resulted instantly. the repair business I will do worn at for erection of building ha, been LEAVE PALATKA 11-05 A. M., for Gail Coast of Florida via Ocala and
Phillip gave himself up and is now in \ Leesburg.
jai1 I in? tragedy was the result of a the following low pnces until stock is awarded.

qua-rvl over a dog used up: Watches and Clocks-main Steamship Line i'ort Tampa to Key West, Havana Mobile and Jamaica Fort
An Old Id** "
CHARLOTTE N. C., May 3L-A magBifLoent spring, 75c; ; cleaned, 75c; and crystalon Every day strengthens the belief of eminent Myers, Manatee River and St. Petersburg.

monument to the signers of the watches, 10 to 15 cents. Have had phriici&na that impure blood is the B. W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

jMecklenburg declaration of independence eleven years expenence in watch cause of the majority of our diacwei. F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St.. Jacksoniille, Fla.
was unveiled here Friday in thepresence and lock makins; Give me a call Twentr-fivt yean ago this theory wu need
M a basis for the formula of Brownl'lroaBitters.
of a tremendous crowd. Former and be cconvinced The many remarkable caret effected
ploe President Mist E. Stevenson of PERRY KEENER. by this famous old household remedy are
Illinois delivered the oration. sufficient to prove that the theory is correct. .
Brown'Iron Bitters is sold,by all dealers. Southern ,
TAMTA Fla., May Y3.-Plant arebeing Nearly all women have good hair _
made to establish
camps at sev
sal points near Tampa Water being hough many are gray and few are

the principal: requisite wells are being bald. Hall's Hair Renewer restores Railway.KOST ;
he natural color and thickens the Over Years
bored at Seffner, at Dade City and sevral Thirty
other points that are high and dry growth of the hair.

and convenient to railroad lines.

CHATTANOOGA, May 18.-Near South The readers of this paper will be Without Sickness.

Pirtxburg Tenn., Deputy Sheriff "WilJiim pleased to learn that there Is at leas EXCELLENT SERVIOE OFFERED our OF FLORIDA.

Banlaton was fatally shot by one dreaded disease that scienceh as Mr. II."WETTsrnix: a xvell-known
WEST.
Charles Russell, a notorious desperado been able to cure in all its stages,and enterprising citizen of Byron III NORTH EAST

.whom he was attempting to arrest on that is Catarrh. Hall's Caiarrh Cu e is writes: "Before I paid much atten
the charge of passing counterfeit tion to regulating the bowels, I
money. the only positive cure known to the THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CARS DINING CARS
Russel may be lynched, as excitement is hardly knew a well medical fraternity. Catarrh being the THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.WASHINGTON .
Ter.r high. learned the evil results -

ATLANTA, May 23.-Edward Flanagan constitutional diseasereauires a consti- of constipation

ft undergoing his third trial at Decatur utlonal tretment. Hall's Catarrh Cure and<< the efficacy of / AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."

for the murder of Miss Ruth Slack and 18 taken internallv. acting directly upon Threw TMtn>o)
aged Mrs. Allen. The crime was oomwitted the blood and mucous surfaces or AVER'SPills via jMluoartU,t .vka&fth sad Colambu. without change.

on the night of Doc. 81, 18%, the system, thereby destroying the ... I lm\ not had "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.

and the efforts since that time to sate foundation of the disease, and giving one day's sickness Pollmaa DrkwUff-Raom Bafftl 81..plnc Cart b.twtta JaekfoorUI sod N.. Yor .
the slayer from the gallows have made
the case famous. the patient strength by building up the ; ., It. for over thirty years Embracing Lynchburf Charlottesville.
and assisting nature in doIng not one attack
constitution
ATLANTA, May 20.-J. M McGolrick that did "not readily yield to this Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.
have so
its wort. The proprietors
Cf Macon while
the indoor
riding on remedy. My wife had been, previous PaTtaaa Dra"'ar-R"III 11.I'r Car. to UMOB. Atlaat*. Chattanooga and
bicycle track at the Coliseum much confidence in its curative powers, .
in this invalid for CtnetnBatU wltk :OM oaatettoa for Loalinii lAd ta Northw.el. .
to our marriage, an
city, struck a and offer One Hundred Dollarsfor
post was instantly hat they
years. She had a prejudice against Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
killed. He was a student at the Alabama case that it fails to cure. Send
tob-technio institute of Auburn, Ala., any testimonials. cathartics, but us rata as she beganto Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asncvllle, Through the .
toi list of use Ayer's Piils her health war
here to take
came in interK&lcgiate
athletic meet part an Address, F. J. CUKSET& Co., Tole. restored." "LAND OF THE SKY."

d O. l3rSold by all Druggists, 75c
a
- SAVANNAH, May 23.-At an early hour ,
ttii morning a special train on the Flor & rtCH fctfannatlei M to rat... Kbul... ueeptsa .r rne.utoUl. apply b
When Nat r YER'SCathartic __'" lc Central and peninsular railway containing
Needs assistance may te best to ren- A I
2 orth Carolina troops enrouteto f
Florida collided with a northbound der It:prompt1y, but one thonkl remember I. A.SHIFXA5, Florida PM A jt.. J12 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla

vestibule train. Printe"W. N. Barbee, to use the mOlt perfect rem- PWtaetkl ,L If. GULP. W. A. TURK. 8. H* HABDWIO&

Company 1. of Durham was killed and eiies only when needed. The best Trs He Manager Oa. Pave. Agt.. Ant Ota. Paw A.t '
Private M. Colclough fatally injured. and most elmpld and gentle remedy is sad Diploma at World' Tifar.T Waahiagtoa, O wuhiagtas. IX C "tiaa&.o..

,CHATTASOOQA May 2L-All the regijnenta the Brrop of Figs manufactured byte .Rtjtcrt Strength,tate Ajer't s.- I May i, 1898. \

now in camp at Chickamauga California Fig Syrup Co. t

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I Scrofula a VileInheritance. English whlcn spTRenrttn a Torelgn Strawberriescarry The Drainage in an Orange drove.
IN THE REGULAR ARMY.The
accent A great many speak with a German Editor Farmer and Truit-Oso.er.
accent and a great more with
many
In
answer to fours of April 23d:

I i Difference Between Profes- an Irish accent.. Many A few more are have evidentlyEnglishmen. Irish better, and larger ber- We have Jone nothing bet bank"Uk

sional Soldiers and Volunteers.AS names. I do not mean that they may clean dry earth, which protects as fir
, Scrofula it the most obstinate blood! not be quite as "good Americans" as ries and larger crops are raised and some higher than It goes. The subject

t I troubles, and is often the result of aa anyone else. I am simply noting an was pretty well talked over at Ute
inherited taint in the blood. S. S. SEEN IN THE OAMP AT TAMPA. ethnological or social fact. In some regiments when liberally treated with Horticultural Society meeting at Or-

is the only remedy which goes S'I however, such as the Sixth cavalry lando.

enough to reach Scrofula; it forces out How Tolanteers Compare With Itegalar.. one finds a large proportion of
About tile draining. We nave done
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trace of the disease and Social Questions and Distinction In the
I every curei ft must be said, are beginning to Potash.Heavy' a good deal of it with most satisfactoryresults.

the worst cases. I Army The Regular Not Represent draw mae and more recruits from the- There Is no comparison In results

\ Ifs son, Charlie,wat afflicted from iafancj the of Oar Rural Ma***. Social Ambitions states in which they are stationed. between the open ditch and the
' with Scrofula and he suffered so that it wet I of Am.rleaD'VomeD Cat
a Figure Nearly all of this class are looking to a
I ImpOMlWe to drew him I applications of the drain, even if the open ditch banks
In Most of
Increasing the Army. commission. them are younger
for three I not such continual 1ahnr
nis
rears were a in keeping
than the average of the regular army.Some
head and body were amass There is nothing that the regular ar- fertilizers
of the older Americans confess complete containingnot down weeds besides the loss of use
of sores, and bit officers talk about much the
my so as
of land. The sides
eyesight also became : that they have "made a failure in life" and bottom of an
regular the Tampa corre- less than 10% actual Pot.
affected. No treatment army says somehow or other and have gone into open ditch seem to glaze over and got
was spared that wethought spondent of the New York Post. I do
would relieve the army as a sort of refuge. Nine- foul so that water does no' drain; we
ash should be used.Our
not mean that they exalt it on all occa .
him but he grew worse 'P'.ut11 tenths of the regular soldiers, when ask- have had water stand and evaporate not
'
hit condition wasindeed 1f. sions. officers for the
Army are most
ed where from
pitiable I had '" they come mention some books tell all about the subject. They ten feet from a four-foot ditch.
almost despaired of his .r I i part men of modesty as well as courte- city or large town. The great rural are free to farmer. npen
any
ever by the being adrlce cured of a,friend when ;! \1 I sy. But they often speak in a more or masses of the population of the United Bat since tile were put in I the heaviest
S. 8. \ less impatient way of the prejudicesthat States seem to be only slenderly repre- GERMAN KALI WORKS rains have no effect.
(18w1f's8peeifiel. = Nassau St.. New York.
i AdeeldedImprovement wu the remit.and aft.l prevail against a regular army sented in the regular army. S3 We bad a piece of grove anderlafil
he had taken a dozen bottlei.no one who knew and of the unkind and suspicious things In fact, it is not at all a representative i with strata of acid soil that produced
of hit former dreadful condition would havi that said about it and like
are they to thing. The well be !
recognized him. All the sores on hla bodi question may OUR BOYS AT TAMPA.An dieback. Any cultivation that tended
have healed, his skin If perfectly clear an4 tell you how much better and more ef asked whether it ever can be, ia view of
,smooth and he has been restored to perfect feeth-elyand mercifully this war might the necessity of the maintenance of the to make trees root deeper, increasedthe
health. Mai. 8. 8. MAI T. Interesting Letter from a Palat-
I 880 Kim St..Macon, ,Ga. have been fought if we had had a regular social relations between officers and pri- trouble and that was what first
army of 75,000 men at the out- vates which I have mentioned. The ordinary ka Boy at Tampa. started us to nsing'tile. We put them
For real blood troubles it is a waste
I, of time to expect a cure from the doc break of hostilities instead of one of white American is unwillingto FORT BROOK RESERVATION, t ia about three or four feet deep, eeyen-

tors. Blood diseases are beyond their 28,000. I am not going to repeat any of accept a relation of conspicuous social TAMPA, }Ja., May 23, 1898. )' ty-five feet apart, and in s,'ra* casec
skill. Swift's Specific their arguments, but I have seen some inferiority for two reasons. One, The second battalion. comprising
in which hare with very slight fall, only six inches to
things Tampa lately and the lesser, is that he has been
I been it seems to me, instructive on the taught historically that such a relation companies A, Ocala; B, Leeabursr; C, one hundred feet. Of course, in this

S.S.SXeBlood main point-whether we are to depend must not exist in tho United States because Orlando; aud D, Palalka, was accepted case the work has to be very exactly

in great crises on regulars or on I it is politically dangerous, and as a whole, and of the four companies done tm* the work is a success In every

reaches all deep-seated easel whicli volunteers.Just the other and greater reason is that the the Gem City Volunteer (Guards), way Hud -
I we were putting In n ""*'n4
bther remedies have no effect upon. 11 now we have something more for whom he despises
women most cares which was the first in ,
tbe .
is the only blood remedy guaranteed than 1,000 volunteers encamped in a company or two each year until tbefrr** -" ''1:pcC
him if be enters into it. The average -
Mate to volunteer its
the
purely vegetable and contains no pot services to all such work.
neighborhood where some 10,000 or American is
to be
never going a
ash, mercury, or other mineral. United States Government. Mood the .
11,000 regulars are c=unped. In In opening tile ditch
many regular soldier so long as the girls of one t*vi s some
Books mailed free to any address b1 msji fb.a vsjAuBtoon I are ridiculous in best physical examination of any company -
Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta Oa. the same sort of people that he belongsto cost ia width of ditch. for t a only
.
eetsgsr1.a1 ... the regulars. Theyare refuse to be seen walking on the in camp, having only eleven men make a tile ditch just wide *". ugh to
younger, smaller, paler, weaker. street with soldier when of
a regular they rejected out an even hundred. We iHe
uto to wnT
lay
get -one spade from
They are undisciplined. Though they will freely walk with a volunteer pri-
got there with both feet notwlthstaodin -
are mostly of a very good class of people vate. The social ambition and keen sensitiveness bale wa' .fnwn, say. The 11 *t thing,
PALATKA morally they furnished more cases of American women to social the numerous comments about our one nfe-N a level with a targe a? at to

I of drunkenness in a day than all the distinctions cut a figure in this ques- rough-looking company. All membersof learn the exact lay of the land eo as to

regulars had furnished in a week. That tion of the increase of the regular army the second battalion, with the exception properlv plan the work, an' later in

I was not because they w re as individual which has never been taken sufficientlyinto of those having guod scars, were giving the grade for each diu'h. If yon
men more Inclined to drunkenness,
account vaccinated Friday and after the
.B the direct lias) 'but because they were undisciplined Some other things that I see! here tendto tion the different drew opera-in have a spring, or wet spot run Jour
youths suddenly turned out of their convince me that the volunteer serv- companies up ditch directly down the grade tram theIprin'g
II trarel homes into and felt themselves line and marched to the drill groutd and do .
tet.eft) a camp ice is the real soldiering that Americans not undertake v. cat the
bound to do something rough and sol where Captain F. M. Woodruff of the
think of and that a regular army water off from the lower land by running
New York dierlike. As soldiers they are simply can never be anything more than a thing United States army, administered the around the side of the bill asmaaf
not, man for man one-half what the apart from their lives and thoughts.The oath and mustered the state volunteersinto have done. SIt
regulars are regular soldiers whose terms of office
-
the U.S. In a most
impressive
But there is one point in which theyare are expiring or likely to expire dur army pays to make a thorough plat of:

worth something more. Socially the ing this office are all anxious to go into manner. surface elevations all over the tract,
Havana regular private soldier is nowhere at the volunteers rather than to reenlistNo Our reliriagcapUiaJ.:; Edward Lucas, then make tbe complete plan on paper

alL If he enters the big hotel where the great number them appears likelyto is especially to be complimented upon where it is much cheaper altered than

headquarters of the ,army are and be able to get into the volunteer service the splendid examination he stood. after to As
you get ditchiag. one use.
which is constantly full of officers, he just now, but it has great attractionsto
\7X-flL.- Captain Lucas regrets much ha'VI
.. very two-inch for lateral the
I only tile bottom

enters it only as a messenger for an offi them. So it has to all the young offi- '
cer and must enter it hat in hand and oars They seem to be to a man anxiousto ing to leave the company but as it is of the ditch must be exac*-& ingle

J'acksonvilleJTampa fo by an inconspicuous way around to get commissions in the volunteer well known his business positions com tile out of level-will fill with sand. and

tike desk and present his message, and army superior to the ones they now"hold pel him to do so. Neyertheless, every spoil the whole. ...

and when he has had his answer he must go in tie regular army. They all hope to member of the company holds Mr. Lu- We have made a number of rqnaresyou

eat ia the same way. The private soldier return to the regulars after their possi cas in the highest regard, for all realize might call them-one st-cK ljxl
or noncommissioned officer cannot ble volunteer service shall be over, and
that his best wishes
\ Key Weft at at the same public table with officers they do not hope to go back to it on accompany us inches[ with an arm nailed on the! n4
or drink at the same bar. This terms much better than their presentones. wherever we may go and that he has I at right angle After tbe ditch i.down

social distinction is not founded it But' the service appears real, inviting entrusted the company to good bands. :nearly to its required depthdrive these

Railway should be) said, on the assertion of any and stirring to them. Even they Captain Ilusson received his commission ,along the side of the ditch with the arm .

a difference of class but on the necessity seem to recognize a sort of relation in today, and immediately assumed :extendihg over the ditch to support the
of discipline An additional circumstance the volunteer service to the vital activities
command of the and in a
H"rth.1 t company, cord stretched. Then the dilclter .
of some interest is that the girlsof of the nation which perhaps theydo I tightly
tna ashamed to be in short lime the Gem City Volunteers, has cut the -
Tampa arc seen not feel in the regulars. a measure required lengthwhich
sol _. under his command will be the best .
south the company of a regular private But with it all, certain prejudices he tries frequently under the rod

Line dier.-- that civilians may have felt against the drilled company in camp. till he gets the bottom of the ditch perfectly
;Now, we who bad been in Tampa for regular army are likely to weaken when Our efficient quartermaster-sergeant level and smooth. In putting ia
rh t ough I a couple of weeks and had grown accustomed one has spent some time in contact withit Jack McCarthy I'endrel, has just com-
the tile the man must work on honor
to this state of things saw something .
the If regular army officers are bound to
of quite a different sort when the keep the privates iira certain place and pleted an electrical system of lights:: generally on turning the tile around tho

Florida volunteers arrived. Volunteer not allow them to get above it they are throughout our camp, the light being edges will find a fit. The, tile layer fills

Heart Florida! privates Florida are seen at the tablesof nevertheless very far'from appearing to transmitted! over bayonets from his In enough earth on the tile as he goes

I the Tampa Bay hotel at dinner vis feel themselves a superior caste. Disci- headquarters and after 10 o'clock the along to hold it In place when the remainder -

a-vis with generals and colonels of the pline, not degradation for the soldier is current is turned off and darkness hov I of the earth is thrown in, otherwise -
regular army. There was a "hop" at what they seek. Among themselves they
the .
Ask the hotel the other evening. The dancers are a very democratic body. They put ers over camp.Government a shovelful of earth on one side

were made up almost entirely officers on no "airs" at all "Militarism" in rations-hardtack, bacon might move the tile out of place.

for of the army and of resident young the German sense they know nothing beans etc.-were issued Friday The Jackson Bros.,of Albany*N.Y.,"

rickets women. In the midst of all the shoulder about I believe they are incapable of afternoonand dislocated jawbones will make a strictly first-class tile, but the -
straps 1 saw a young soldier who entertaining notion of hostility to be occurrences later on.
any common of high and
course ;
freight is very wo
via tho J T. Jt K. ifcfYrite
His uniformwas
had n. shoulder straps. the liberties of the country. They cherish Toe uniforms for the battalion will,
have some breakage, and of late we get
not unlike that of a private of the a tradition that Grant and Sherman
regular army, but it was easy to see both informed President Johnson, when' it is rumored, be fitted today, and are I good tile from Palatka. If you am

the General P1.ln.. that he belonged to the Florida militia be sounded them as to whether the army something similar to those used bv the thinking of puking In tile, I believa

He was a private. But presently a could be relied on in case of trouble be- British soldiers In India consisting of I I you would get many valuable hints front

Agent for Inf r.rnatiN. -. young lady who was talking with an tween him and congress that indeed itcould dark brown trousers, blue shirt. campaign Farm Drainage by Trench. It'4 a big
officer rushed up to him and shook his be to take the side of
depended on
hat and browu or tan leggings.Our subject and 1. may not have covered
hand cordially. Then she presented him congress The old fashioned ideas of the
B. Coffin, 6DAckiIj.Cil to the officer. "Captain -, this is civil bases of things in the United States boys have been very fortunateso points you want.-if so, write and I'll

Mr. __>" The officer shook his hand are eatertained by: officers of the regular far in keeping out of the guard ten:. tell you what I know.

6eMr1.-a Supt....... h.q, w and began: talking in cordial fashion army .. instinctively, I suppose, as theyare Whether it is obedience to rules or F. G. SAMPJ.{.
with the young man. They met as social by civilians running the guard, I am unable to say Boardman, Fla.

JACKSONVILLE.MADE equals. To get American officers who are en- but I would not be at all surprised if it P. P.-There is no mistake about tho .,
U yon mention this matter to regular tirely loyal to "American ideas"is
officers and point out the fact that theyare easy, but to get American perfectly soldiers was the latter, for Palatka boys are value of tile draining. Our grove is jtt<

thus meeting private soldiers on a for a regular army-that is differ- bummers-they can slide by a guard the margin of Orange Lake-a wild change

ME A MAN : plane of social equality, they say: "Oh, like a dose of castor oil. grove originally, and A nn knot

TABLETS rOSmYELY CURE i that doesn't make any difference Thzj Sunday was spent quietly in camp always on low land. ID heavy
I .."*"* !*. .. .-FaUlftc M.m- they are
.. .8te. -_iM._ cyayd i are volunteers. They are not rwponsi- entCASTOR the sun being too hot for safe navigation rains we often got wet and the
and very
I .... or other f la41.- We for the discipline of the Florida '
jAJAX ; < *' *< rrtlf in tbs vast of sand.
I ocean Intr..retJ.ten
roots of trees
:Lam Vitality im eld or ronn. Militia. They gaffer no losa of military bottom our
for.t.dr=.ttr, M* Con-runtioajf or I .swteoB account of social intercoursewith R.C. Sanderson was the only Palatka lug, of course,to make roots come very

elfeeb. ceRE.Now.wbwe.U iotndUtsrvsi (1th4'l'.I.M:: its privates. Their position is concUtaat For Infanta and Children. visitor to camp Sunday. U. E.Stewart, near the top of the soil,and then in dry

b.wo.r.dtbo..ad.aadwitlaar.ro having the ........ Alas T.bW.. XVr,TTh po... coottgk A rtfrdar army could The KinJYw tow Always _ht came to camp Monday and was shaking weather they suffered severely. Tilts
ttts wrttts* n-rmnt to.4.et a can CnnTg U tact to cukd and kept good for much if
*
..ck..r t.fad::. see..r. Pita .I aep.oka..t hands with all Palatka soldiers. drains will make land dryer awl in s .
01' aU cts- If.U tnatatl for. 11.50. etpA IBM ce... find soldiers wts likely t* Bean theSignature
Palatka
conclusion thtt
..
aaU.l.a- .' teairt01 trr rf In I will say drouth wetter and warmer. While, oC
t .. ... esywher OB the BUM metal pl&M.
.. lIDV CO. R of
AJAX R : with Tampa.J. I
i* a paradise compared expensive at start it's a
.t U thte gel there litw a qaeatiom of course, quite J'
To,cams tD I"a1&S* bT .-iii it mull pmbite .taMqneas*. It is a D. B. I job done for good and with n. has paid

Ackertaia: art', .....\a. ...tfcsa to Ufesly !. keep the .tk* .f -I was going io 'ay-for melt every
tl0s tiegake titata7 filed wit atarf a We Can Furnish 'Em. h' Jlutsrbn i!.; endorsed by best phyeic'an -i .

___ .eretld ...... r cths aft r Land Nisi and ea*ranged to cure chilis, fever year.J.

Why take J8"-Mte Jll"tal U f Ina ...-air satysoorcaa It r, -m+ <>.. ,f I\.i: VH: will bare awl a 4Uc, Ah 1:1 ugst! *, or from W. Davis us- panted: the Fiorftfe

Mt* tftb* AsMriea INS to import county candidate |..', x.**!*. Moffif-West Dtiz Co., Su Louis., Finance Co's grove near TTun'injtoa
Chill & Fever Tonic te rtew *s MilD tfes* flfeu rasosv Here we are w.into ihN'leri' .r\,,! i n velvet beans.

Because it cures the orrisy. May and not a Candida 1?* the Held. A person is prematnreJy old whenbalduf9occa'sb CA.BTOR.I11L.Bear --::--
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for the fortytifthyear.
most stubborn cS Iwssl toftote tow tto toe ttaTx? We shall I,... comptifal io tend to Rre- Use Hairs Hair Renewer to keep ,tit. tits ; : :"rz1i

fba when yom address ay IJUIHUM yard and LaVe and Pir.ues counties. the scalp healthy and prevent bald- Bp&t! ; -

of Fever in ONE DAV.tsttaiti.a tie* to a Drivato soldUr .. ...Mss hi for candidates. no*!. cf I'i


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THE TIMES-HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 27.

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COVERED+ ONE COLUMN' f- Vertrees & Co. ,


y i --WHOLESALE--

Epitome of Important War News
1 Meal. Paper Bags
For Week Just Ended. .ffaY4' ,

-- Grain Grits Building Material
New Spanish Cabinet Formed. ,

*- The Spanish ministerial crisis was Uncle
lolted Wednesday by the formation of Sam Flour, Papers, Orange Boxes,

the following cabinet:

President of the council of ministers Says FERTII :IZERS.: : E"tc.
=Senor Fraxedes Sagasta. This is


Leon Minister Minister y Castilla of of war-Lieutenant foreign affairs. -Colonel Senor America'sGreatest I Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Wagon Reposiforv.AGENTS' .



Correx Minister of marine-Senor Aunon. Medicine.It will II\ % t The Standard Oil Company,

Minister of the colonies-Senor Romero Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines. .
SharpenYourAp
Giron.
Minister of finance Senor Lopez ;>etlte. PALATKA. FLORIDA.

Palgcexrer. Purify andVitalize
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.Minister of the interior-Senor F. R. Your Blood. Overcome That

Capdepon. Tired Feeling. Get a bottle ofHood's WALTER THOMAS

Minister. of justice-Senor O. Greizard. Sarsapariila and begin to ,

Minister: of public instruction-Senor take It TODAY and realize the great . .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN. ... .. .
Gamazo. good, it is sure to do you.

Battleship Oregon Safe. Hood's Sarsaparilla Groceries Crockery China:

Secretary of the Nary Long gave out Is America's GreaUst Medicine. All druggist ,
the welcome information Wednesday

that the battleship Oregon, the second Glassware Tinware

largest craft in the American nary, had danmhor was seized otr Carysfort light ,

successfully completed her long trip because she was supposed to be tryingto
from San Francisco, making the entire enter Havana harbor. Wood and Willow Ware
circuit of South America, and was safe. The Ardanmhor was released later on .
Whether or not the had joined Ad. representations from the English consul

miral would not Sampson'say.Spaalsh. fleet the secretary at Key Men West.Embark For Manila. Paper and Paper Bags

Get Coal Station.A .
California volunteers
The first regiment,
dispatch from Montreal, published: under command of Colonel J. F. 16 Lemon Street Palatka, Florida.
Thursday said Senor Polo y Bernabe Smith, embarked for Manila at San
bad secured by cable, a coal depot near Francisco Monday on the steamer Cityof

fit Pierre, Miquelon, the French colonyoff Peking. Commendable Enterprise.On .
the south coast of Newfoundland, at Congressmen Go to Cuba.
which the Cadiz squadron would coal Two representatives in congress, Thursday night, June 2nd, M. H

\ previous to attacking the Atlantic seaboard Messrs. Robbins of Pennsylvania and Crown, of Cleveland Park, near Peniel!,

of the United States, while the Broussard of Louisiana, were given authority will give a dance, the proceeds of

Cape Verde squadron, commanded by Monday to go to the front in the i which will be devoted to the shell road
Admiral Cerrera drew off the squadrons
Cuban invasion. Good music hIS been secured, and a
commanded by Rear Admiral Sampson
and Commodore Schley. -.. good time will be assured all who go

A Fired on Santiago Forts. BRIEF PENCILINQS. Admission to hall 25 cents. Dancing

-4'.v A dispatch from Hanna, via Madrid, 25 cents extra. Ladies free.

'" received Thursday reported the bom- Clip J. E. Lucas has returned from Mr. Crown desires to stale thai no
.bardmentof the forts at Santiago de intoxicating beverages will be allowed
.
Cuba by American war Teasels, adding: Tampa. a: this dance.Everybody. ience. It is to these many unfortunate being
R U P T U R E
"No damage was done, as the ships lion. John P. Wall has been in town who suffer often unsuspected and In silence,
invited
to turn out and I'
--- that we extend a cordial invitation to come and
far distant that the shells did
were so week. be examined free of WeaUo
not reach the land." this help the good cause. 'I' P Universal I Complaigt. fit truss and aUow lustiest charge to wear it agreee
from We- week at the expiration of which trans we will
Waldron
Spanish Fleet at Santiago. DO. F. wasjhere- .
refund the lnin.U found not satisfactoryrifri
Mask on the Graphopbftne. I To those who know nothing of the affliction
> A dispatch received in Madrid Thurs- laka yesterday. of herina(commonly called rupture)it will be a >o A TRUSS.
is but it is
surprising statement that of To think about It easy only earn
one-tenth
the ha-
announced that the Spanish Cape Few people appreciate the marvellous those who understand hernia.
day to thoroughly
O. II. Ewing, of inlerlachea: vas in man family are afflicted with this complaint.
Verde fleet had arrived at Santiago de powers of the Graphopbone as an enter. This is true and the forms of treatment are ThereareleTeralkindlcfbrrnlAan4nchbastoD1tmerou.
.and in most cases unsuccessful. be reduced and retained with a truss Sited ac.
town yesterday.
''Cuba without accident. t&iner. It is an ,instrument which There?*ametbooofretainiDgbernta.bowenr.COrdiDjI.' to its own peculiarity During ten
Cubans Move on Capital. Dr of Huntington, was In it costa much less than the least that is universally accepted M being perfect' It years of practical experience in fitting trusses
Hastings
could
though not only retains the hernia, but U the most we hare not found a single case that we
A dispatch from Port an Prince Friday town Wednesday, expensive musical Instrument, will en- existence.COMFOXTABLK: and EcxoMicAL appliance in not to come retain.and It ceo.THERE coats. nothing to be convinced but
said information had reached that
and and Mrs. W. able its owner to have at pleasure music NO.999 TRUSS. ARE OTHER TRUSSES.
Dr. Welch family
place that General Gomez, at the head A s is well known most of the appliance for Many of which might be good If they could
of an army of 15,000 insurgents, was II. Cjius have pone to Tampa for a of ajy kind from that of a bagpipe to this malady are not satlf factory to the wearer only be made to fit; but experience proves that
Individual different
almost every require a
'often doing more harm than good and faiUng
closing in on Havana. Ills advance few uays. that of a grand military band. It reproduces !,entirely to retain the hernia. Thousands of shaped truss one peculiarity of our truss is
guard, led by Quentin Handera, the dispatch vocal selections and gives one I people are suffering from Ill-fitting trasaes.or that it can be fitted to any shape.
has CAUTION.Beware
Bert Coburn, of Interlachen, doing without entirely,thus endangering their
said, had a skirmish with and put command of every pleasure that appealsto lives because the tru.seaMy have tried to wea- of hard rubber trusses that cannot be
to flight 800 Spanish troops. accepted a position in the Palatka post hare given them nndumble pain and Jncontenr shaped without heating,as they will not hold
the sense of hearing. No investmentpays
Santiago de Cuba, according to the office. -WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF-
came report was menaced by 5,000 insurgents such large returns in pleasure. H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bandages, Pes.s3rfes
Tile railroad shops of the J., T. &; Besides the musical and .
under General Calixto Garcia. reproducing
and all kinds of Rubber Goods.
Traitors Neatly Trapped. K. W. are now running on full time, other records made for entertainment

: Three men were arrested at Chicka.1 CO hours per week. purposes, the Graphophone will record Crescent Drug Store

amauga park Friday charged The Baptist Sunday school picmced immediately and reproduce atouceandas ,

ing the wells and water troughs. Three at Baffalo Bluff yesterday, making the often as desired your own words or C. J. GAHKETT, Proprietor.

pounds of arsenic were found oh the trip on the steamer LeReve. song, or any sound. JJy wilting to Columbia PALATKA, :FLORIDA.

men. Phcnoeraph CO.,110 E. Baltimore -
Naval Battle Fake Nailed.
Two large boxes of delicacies were AT
Rumors of a great naval battle between St.BaltimoreMd.you can obtain
Palatka ladles and shippedto
the American and Spanish fleets packed by a catalogue that will give full information -
this week to our soldier Mrs. Blocher's
gained currency Saturday night. These, Tampa as to prices of Graphophone outfits.
,
however were set at rest by the navy bo vs.

department issuing the following official Mrs. J.E. Henry, of High Springs, SEALED BIDS WANTED.-Sealed bids will 35 Lemon Street.
bulletin by the City Clerk of Palatka
"No truth in the published statement is spending a few days with the family for repairs to the Central Tin Station building.
ap to and Including May Slit tame to be made
concerning an engagement off St. Nicholas of her mother, Mrs. W. H. Wigg, on t In accordance with specifications to be awn atCouDdLCbam --.

'Mole HajtL in which 13 Spanish the Heights.The reject any or all r.bids.Council reserves the right to
hips were sunk." v-" T. B. ANDERSON. SUMMER DRESS GOODS
This was posted not only for general attention of our readers is directed It City Clerk. .

;.. information, but also to quiet the alarm to the attractive advertisement Lawns Dimities, Organdies,
among relatives and friends of those onboard of Messrs. Burtz and Garrett the Finest asssortment In Lawns Percales, Calicoes,Mnslms.Sheeting Ticking,etc
the American ships. original sewing michlne azents. Silks and Satins for Waists and Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.
Soldiers la Bad Smashup. Parasols and Umbrellas from roc to$2.50.
Miss Constance Cooper,daughter of
soldier killed:
One United Spates was "'"'"-
and two fatally injured in a wreck Sat Ex-\ ongreasman Chas. M.Cooper, of

urday on the Chattanooga, Rome and Jacksonville, Is the guest of Misses

Southern, between Chattanooga and the Blanche and Edna Grill,on the l eightt.The .- MILLINERY

volunteer camp at Chickamauga.The .
dead and injured belonged to the barrel factory at Seville has been .

First regiment, Missouri infantry, and purchased by the Montgomery Cooperage 1 The xnnst tbe fascinating age. Always lnT ready ittonof IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
were enroute to the point of mobilization to entertain.: It requires DO
and the
plantwill
Co.. of this city kill to operate it and reproduce ...
on a special when run into by a This ex. the music of bond,orchestras
be moved here. concern
vocalists or instrUmental
regular train.
passenger pects to begin operations in a few days. soloists. There Is Ladies and Childrens Shoes.
Charleston on Long Cruise. nothing like it for an even-
'nrt entertainment at borne or In the social gathng. -
The United States cruiser Charleston You can sing or talk to It and it will
Bailed from San Francisco Sunday with Two Good Poems for Next Week. eprodace immediately and as often as desired,

supplies on board for Admiral Dewey at We regret thai our crowded columns roar' Other song so-called or words.talking machines reproduce
Manila. Every steam vessel in the har of cut and dried subjects,specially THE C. B. ROGERS CO.
and short force prevent us from pub prepared in a I&boratol'J'at the Graphophone is ,
bor blew an aurevoir to Captain Glass pot limited to such performances. On the Grspho-
and his crew and there was a tremendous lishing two excellent poems this week, phone you can easily make and Instantly reproduce IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE @RIC IS.Provisions .
1 demonstration by the crowds on the but our readers shall certainly have records awakens of the voice new or Interest any sound.and its charm Thus it it ever constantly '

beach. them in our next issue. resb.! The reproductions are clear and brilliant Grain Hay Flour Meal Grits Etc

Money Spent During Month.It 1InaIlsiII fir$SID and ,
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announced in Sat-
was Washington Some Barrels.
Sole! Agents for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED
urday that the 29 days of the war againstthe M&atfaetaml .n<1r the patents of.Bell. Tatater. TO
Co., of this r.dloi and MMdon&M. Our et blt.hn*ii' t* *_11-
kingdom of Spain had cost this The Monarch Cooperage ,Mrtr *f tbo w.rl* lor Talktaf W chi ae. and Fairbink Dinning Co THE TRADE ONLY. OUDERSCONaL'3IF.It1
a\ country about I80.000.00p.or nearly $3,. city, shipped this week"a consignmentof XaUUng UacttM Supplies. Writ foe loaw. FROM :NEITHER

.. 000,000 day, quite one-iaU of which 300 turpentine barrels' via steamer Lfon Brand Canned Y afs,. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.

was spent in the way of preparation, Santee to Messrs. Rose,Johnson & Co. o1uuibi.a Plillograph COil

the acquirement of warships, guns and,**, at Astor. : Quotations Mado Promptly on Application.
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It was estimated that more than 200,- DEPARTMENT 30. Feb 11-Cm
An Uncertain Dtseaae. .. .
000 persons were actively employed JACKSONVilLE FLORIDA
There is no disease more uncertain in its :I-
.,' helping the naUpn's land and sea forces. nature than dyspepsia. Physicians say that 110 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.

to get into fighting,trim. the symptoms of no two cases agree. 'It is The World's Fair Tc
.Seized British Steamship. therefore inert difficult to make a correct
Ardanmhor dia" noms. No matter bog severe,or under New Tort ar* I'ansa Chicago, showed no baking pou::,. O.A.s'ronx..a..
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