Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: February 15, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00065
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
lccn - sn 95047304
lccn - sn 95047304
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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140M 0yill -777 7
the iritda ontral and PsBiosuiol" hr
2 1131 f will n an elegant equip-
ase *to New Otlean for thle Mardl
Gras. Tickets will'be op sale at l
coupon stations of the Florida Co t al
and Peninsular Raliroad, from Feb-.
rary M to Ihth, ncluelive-good for i k i l
fifteen days from date of saiel.
Bound trip ticket from Jacksonvillei
to New Orleans,nly 519.85.
Thisl gives you fitetin days for a
splendid trip to New Orleans. Absolutely pure.
Elegant Pulmian sleepers.
The P. 0. & P. is the only line hav-
Ing throthgh leepers Jacksouville to
New Orlesans the year round.
Quickly cures Coughs and Colds.
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
Lemon streets.
A Correwtloe. -4 exCZcU o
THz TIMES-HiERALD feels that, in '"
^ allowing a paragraph contained in the 40 W
Council proceedings to appear with-
out explanation in its last bone, an .H- i 4
injustice has been perpetrated upon k0, i.tti
Hon. B. P. Calhoun. The paragraph
referred to read as follows: o
Communications were read from B. Lov ut Powen a 4.,10* W a NM
P. Calhoun, Esq., and Major G. P.
Fowler in regard to the city attorney .
ship for one year. Mr. Qplhoun offered -
to perform the duties of the office for SWEET RUT.
$300 per year, and Maj. Fowler, whose I
o offer was accepted, for $600. Blest be the cold and stormy wave. So UT H I FL
The communication of Mr. Calhoun That drives me to my Father's home, loS
provided for only such legal matter aa And places me in Jesus arms, Savannah. PlOd
interested the city, with the exception Where I find rest, sweet rest
of the collection of several thousand Blat be the dark and angry clouds,
dollars, overdue taxes, for which there That hung so heavily o'er my head;
is appropriated an extra fee. The Each one his brought me nearer home .on RtAD DOWN
o proposition, ;which was accepted at Where I And rest, sweet rest. -1 ^ ..oal
S 600, loluded the same duties, And now, though angry billows rise 0 te seala e Meari t ll
together wit the collection of these And isah their waves against my bark, Of Hood's Sarsaparila. wis hied
old litigatlo.s. Hence, at 8600, the IPm anchored safe on Jesus breast, wherever it is fairly and honesty tise
o city has laed considerable money. And there find rest, sweet rest. To have perfect health, you mut hav"
SMKIn -euka, la. MoR. E. G. FinRnMs. pure blood, and the best way to bh
ABIED pure blood ia o take Hoe4'as Sag
On February 10th, at the residence PINE TAR SYRUP rilla, the best blood parllei-m
of the bride's father, Mr. A. S. Nichols, Quickly cures Coughs and Colds. strength builder. It expels A1U Wtto
of Seville, o1d Miss Eva M. Robinson, scrofula, uit rheum and all 'ot% U
of Seville, Rev., D. Spencer officiating. Peek's Drug Store, corner Second and more, and at the same tine bald. e
May thebr ife be cloudless, serene Lemon streets. the whole system.
iy and happy, with choice benediction ----
of God resting continually upon them. ileetlOs of Oaeer. HOOD'S PtILL are prompt adn el
The Uniform Bank, Knights of Py- clent.
Dr. Pte s Cream Bakitg Powde this, elected officers Monday night, as
w s w, Nt ighssM Awtewt. follows: The F. C. & P. BRailroad wil a
SPRBBTTRABUX CruicH-Servces, ir Knl Captain,. M Haugh. round trip tickets to the New 6 a
S Sunday I. m. and 7:20 p... ton; Sir Knight Lieutenant, A. o MardiGrafrom Jwkunvtile lo
bath.achool at 8 o'clock. Young Peo- Bamriok; Sir Knight Herald, W. L. mall sum of :19.8&.
p lh's Society of Christian Endeavor at Rile; Sir Kaight Treasurer, 0. A. Fin. Professor T. W. Ralph, a
4:18 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wedne s aiger; 81r Knight M recorder; l. Efficient SuperlateBdoat ot It
dayafternoon at 8:0. 141st4' Prayer S nith Sir Knight Gurd, 1. A. D arts". strtion, visited tbe at
Meeting tery Thursday afternoon atSr Knight Sentinel, A. Davi. Geo town sools this *
8:80 o' ek. The public ordially in. The Divieton is in a flourishing condi- eor wn schools t, eh
vlted to al the service. Sate tain. tion and upeat. t take a welldrillVed
sa toe t llt.iie.detsfee. u alme
S r. JAm MKaomw Cavnuca- to .' emaning in the P eo at,
General (3~sMeeting at 10.00 a. m. The owner of a .a*te orange grove latka, Fla., for the week eadg ht.
Sunday. Pl oblag by the pastor at in this county was asked a few days 8, 109r: ..
11:00 a. a. and 7 D p. m. Sunday ago it be would diApose of hbl grove at awrueLs'e Lma n .
School at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed. 0 per cent on the dollar. His remark Brewugsto, Le 8 Boa s,
a nedaay at 780 p. m. A spealil ivita. was: "No, not for 99 cents of the Dane, isle David, Daiel
Stionu extended to strangers. iea tsare value I placed on it previous to the Teltman, J J Green, J I
free and all are welcome Deceabqr ftreese." 3aines, Tom Hawood, Frew
3enderson, Willie
Slvall )aunlel Houston, a"
r. James Lmacks, A B
assyGOC MayJ1aioTn
SA. L- --;1084,1 L ham. ll o
0 W. A. Livingston's ExL ahir
W e A Nebels, GRH Price, (31it[
Attron, James Plre, Molh
banders, GW Sander, PH
Sv hDQUAR as a BA A a a Sickand, B L Srewr,
.A A 3, N, Slo]dne bt, M Wing, o.b
SWilliame W V, 2 W sl, aSUaI
Wil" on. Woodberya,
SBluahmrd, Martha Bloomfield, X".
.arch, Mary 0M" ,IAsme.
r, Lucy DawZ
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110"n Merit. BUIsgmia.n
and True CletOniyWintersmith's.

, Tbesele Ne N IW.. l* Iyan lhts receinv-il th e ;,
lothoIly-dreRsdlady appeared polntment of gcieril, ji :
~e boa office of the Star theater, agent of the Musiciun International
11sId to the m-n at the window: Inter-Oecnnic of Mexico,. >,x.C1,
"I stl a the best seat in the house." Nationaul and Mexican tentral lines.
D'PThat depends on what you call the with headquarters iti New Y,,rk.
it Meat In the house. Do you want a i Saturday, the 2rd inst., t p. n.
t where you have a good view of the has b ,'.n set apurt for the uLe.ivery o
S'ger eulories of the late Senator toe.,
"Not so much that as a seat where a brihie. of Michigan, in tte house i,.
person ean be seen by everybody in the representatives. iThe afternoon of Ilb-
oute. What do you suppose I wear runty 6tth for eulogies upon the late
his. eventy.five dollar dress for?"- Reprehentative Post, of lnlinois.
rawmany Times r1 i ,o
It is said on excellent authority that
inad toG.o. the Atlantic Couat line is preparing to
Young Lady-l must have some lower the record between New York
noney to go off on a journey. and Jacksonville, Fla., and to that end
flther-Eh? Where? will In the very near future make an
"I don't know yet, but I must go effort that will far surpass any of its
somewhere at once." previous efforts in the matter of reduc-
"Good lande' What'x happened?" the time between the above points
"The drewamaker misunderstwod, and ienautor Mitchell, of Oregon, submit-
natead of a walking costume she had teo an amendment to the pwot fficeatp-
Made a going-away gown."-N. Y propriation ,Ai pnrvi(ding that no clerk
Iettt r carrier in the post office it-
ment shall be asked for his resig-
ion or removed from service until
itten charges shall have been filed
Inst him.
he Baltimoreand Oh!o express, from
elonati, was wrecked at Woodell,
ree miles west of Washington. Pa.
me of the passengers was seriously
Jured. Ed Robinson, a brakeman,
killed. and Frank Kelly, a brake-
an, was badly hurt. The express col-
ed with a freight train.
The investigation of the overtime
claims of letter carriers in Boston has
been completed. There were 471 claims.
which aggregated &76.443. The report
recommends the allowance of $172,440.
The claims of carriers in Providence,
R. I., aggregate 821,000, and claims in
Meriden, Mass., and two stations in
New York city have also been adjusted,
making a total of 060,000.
Dr. Price's Cream Bakinag Powder
Most Perfect Made.
LOcKgnRT, Trxxa, Oct. 15, 1898.
Messrs. Paris Medicine *"o., Purl Tenn.:
I)I IltS11ns mii)ius as soon us possible
2 gos Orsvev's I'amtcicss( Cill 'onmic My
cuwtolners wl ti 1 (lititvt'e Tasth.Iq Chil.
Tonic and will n, It have any other. In
our experinee of over 20) yeants in lihe drug
"Why is a great strong man like you huikhgave, w ch univer sal iy ti ound begging?" ours respect ifulily,
"Ah, madam; It Is the only profes- J. 14. HowN & Co.
b. r which a gentleman can ad. Sold oi Its merits, No urte no liny.;'
beautiful lady without the for- For Sile by Ackerman &'Slew.rt.
lty of an introduction."-Life.
Nothing Conld Hurprise hfim. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
"Great town this, isn't it?" said the MIles. WINSLow's 8oUTINO1: S11ti' 0 ha
tizen of the wild west mining camp. been used for 'iv. r fillfty years by millions
womenshotelectionday, anotherto- of mothers for their (hitireI while te.ih
ght, and four street fights through- in4, wilh perftKut 0(-(,( s. It soothes the
t the week" child, softies tihe uis, ahliys itl plai.n,
"That's othing,"said the stranger, crt s wind Cl e and is t, i e bust ic(nely
thetically, "I'm from hiego."--for IPhlinhwta. It wid ieli, vv the poora
thetically. from Chicago. little sufferer iinmediately. Sld by drug
liogo Reoord. g sis itn every part of the worhl. 'I wi,(nly
A Pdlail. oor taioer. five ctnltiS bJoltle. [it, Lore iiiii c k ot'
Friend--That in your cook, I pre- "tMes. Win or 's Sotliiifg r and

Mrs. lricabac--Cook, chambermaid
ad everything else. She does all the
"Out what Is thie second rirl for?"
"She mends the things tlht the other
me break."-N. Y. Wecekly.
Couldn't Qually.
Little Dick-Teacher says if I study
ard I may get to be president.
Little Dot-Ureat president you'd
"You're 'fraid to take a fish off the
Mkl"-Good News.
Metoerlegiesl Item.
Mr. Eastadeo-We don't have as much
idlan summer aa they taid a hundred
ars ago. I wonder why that's so?
Mr. Weatalde-I don't know unless it
bimmse there used to be a great
more Indians a hundred years
pi tha there are now.-Texa -Sift.

S emawrksable Degs
a Ur-I have a dog that rmas
every time he gets hurt.
d Lr-hoart doga ar plenty
i but I hae one with a "msen a
moaet.R Bow doe he show ItS
he mesa tailor he patL."

Jim a aed."
(to train by)-Got' say tsa.
M rkTwain or so of he
o, rt but

g fre a sm ee e"etmat
m bU WaSUa M a
A^in l*77

0 are eruy to pv ntil cost uo [
more. Ask your dtenler for
everywhere. Ferry's Seed
AninMal Sor 1M8 tell you
what how, and when to plant.
Sent Free. Oct It Addre s
Detroit MIch.


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ie ,.n* i i-l.-h *iiV IM t|IR>LI

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-wileM fer myer nd wieachce
'"o plshyou w nt ai reo Mlielrtv a
f b t, lknowmne'dlrti worth t h m nore
se w bottle Mother's Frirend C ell. Will#
f. |,rlork- Po i oI h ||lh. M.Ic.lllir Mal

tio gh thesordeal wt t aepi andt
-i Argu a ile t i. aD.
se Mother's Friend before birth tb m
teoi h th bet rhemey for r I=
ent byresteka and worth thepad, refost
ul alod. ggMst M. M. LAH I'
Illoto mery, A1a6
I can tell all eTp rant mother It they will
u s a lew Ibttles of Mother's Friend they wui
eo t'lrongh the ordeal withoIt any pain and
sulloodug. MR. MAY B tA-IIAM
A rgi lUc, g. D.
[M~- &oth Pr's Prend bfore birth 01 My
eightheliL d. Will never oese Itst prilse.
U.i J F Mooti, Colum, oCl.
Sent by exprms, charlM prepaid, on NoIlpl
et priroe $1.0O per bot"
b*I hy all dMggc~t ArLt.A, OA

$ 3AP POUCE,3sons.

Over OeMillie Pe"e wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All ourshoes are equallysa utlfactory
0of qal MIIUn saroe on-e .t
h pri are eef Ir1m,--.etuspn sole.
Pr tsi t evel ever other makes.
or dealer cannot spply you we un. Soldby
C. A. KNOWLTON, Pomona, Fla.

Over Po0 -CfIlce. I;-Ut';
M.A A W v 3rM
Orrnoa-Second street.; UtIMte Conlt B a
2000 rolls Wall Paper,
all new patterns, cheaper
than ever at Lillienthal's,



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Wholesale Grocer and Commission merchant

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Free on applsation; The New (1804-08) osatlogeIof the

Olves the result of 19 years experience with the Hardy TrifoliHat in the U. 8.4 "INprY ,T
varieties offered for Florida lind Lower lMoth, embracing
Oranges and Grape Fruit on Trifollata Stock
(which make vigor,,s, productive tre that boar young and STANDO COLD.) A f lt 1
orange. ilod other otrus fruits, on both orangsae sd trilollsta took,~eee ptr, plm. pe
perlmmoeinns fis, grapes, sprioots, ollves, anlbTries, ponuaUatesI, nut teto*a,5t ilalo0.
taus, acldln..,
Sixty Varieties of Roses Adapted to this Cimat1

C. L. TABER, GIep St. Mary F

Thei -iittle Putnam Sa1m

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AllUm the 4tmd "t IniPMYWiBs V
A ftiquAiw4.rtod Stock ot'.,.
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4. .Chur haout, 'ti1
S alonaum Iast at ite
S nucewo, o0 alhge wuO d-
ft weaor t a" i q y Oywg
ue Igentleeol prelantaSod somie
ore coutapflts kb their ab-
hek A geoulue old4aiatoHud posed
ad by the veteran of the anr,
lrk Stephio, was *# feusare of
auing, belog stmees d of and
asisting'mub toward the cn-
venoue. Mr. Keynoldeand Mrs.
if Bryatl waer very hasl oversee.
the want of all.and keeping their
o ps of handsome waiter girl and
ye busy.
We note the return of Mr. and Mrs.
tes, who have been abseat for 18
monUhs. All are oneu more i ashapo lu
their elegant bom on the heights
1hey are weloome addituons.
We r, great to lose our old neighbor
and friend, Madame Flerre. She has
moved on her fine property at Nashua,
Mad we all ,rust she amy like her new
home, anod hei brightest anticipations
be realized.
Anessor W. M. WilHiams was in
town today, and finds no increase in
el of property.
net lluruner and bride are now
Uled in their uew home, which added
"un neighborhood
iar efficient engineer and machinist,
fr. Greenwood, is on duty at Fuort

Wm oxin up
aUg burtged
We havi
a of

of mcor
oWs aut, for Mr
-tdworked an
ah Nimble as
*a my hb
around I
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"to sIpli this sle*** Mita
44 dhet of4k&ght othosand
W 0iii)i, wii h would be about
* Mfl p aUthu e reverse smnualhy
fr for _.4 y 1 q1r2 oe, mhoiilug
se' M JaMs thiak Of it, ute-
quartrooerseriesaly taxes go for tbhl
r 1e. 6 IN w a11ll took tht a
'lI 9 Is (pr tMse the coumiog iar,
ed alSo for the dejuleocy now benlg
rMsi4, tUle being so money on haoud
al pren t to pay the jurors and wit.
sumse for the sea term, no provision
taevlat bens made for it.
,I Ma y of te precincts of the
til'ty the are no Justices, ead ali
bhve the holes of bringing thusir
grievanooe before the County Julg into
lilths. In a..Ah cases the amount
allows I a witneo is fiftyeents and no
aonlrage, even if you have come from
the most remote part of the county,
and then being bound over to appear
before the Criminal Court. The an-
noyance of all thaU is so great that uo
one will voluntarily be a witness a
second time, and many of the petty
lacenUes go unpoulebed for the rea-
son thal people fiud it less trouble and
expense to let them go rather than be
Troubled with our present system. If
ourJusices of the Pence had the power
10 dispose of the petty cases there is
no doubt it would be more satisfactory
in point of morale, as well as a great
saving of money.
Would it not be well for our County
C mauillosners to take the matter in
band and ciro tate petitions in their
respective districts for signatures of
part. a in favor of abolishing the
Crinmual Court? Fully nine-tenths ol
.ur citizens are to favorof abolishingI
this expensive nuance.

the steam yacht and L. 0. W. TAx.
water pipes :n place --
v men here skilled lu A Ged Liver.
f flAe work. Keep your liver active and you'll not
"dantreess" that I do suffer with Blliousness-Lhere's the
.having piotured; her secret. When bilious try a 23-cent
apm I.. and in way package of 8immons Liver Regulator,
any sueh (sem *Iowdsi. Take it on the tongue, or
\bat the same marks, Rev. *--AL L mcore Pail
oA e IDW e in a ging by ohoir.
i*00considers-.marka, Rev. W. 8 Wallace.
nl wrltlug I do, he Lo-- wonder the Lilles,," Mr. n1
frequently, and espe- gin by the congregation. yo
, but I never go to the nedictlon. a
ing him or pointing atablme
. Compositor is a voty maPad etablisynme btha
an you take thmtn.-ur In the Jsennings Block, Lemon
So take that r opposite the General Market, he
that he is no barere e completetline of ArtGoods,
ad now, an I I am nt Articles for the complexion, *
ror any baldnese, anol akinn supplies, etc. Stamping 8t
frequently remember to order, Orders taken for the
ALD. MJtCK3T,,. rte and Dr. Nichol's Corsets.
rl ant for the now Taylor Dres
f ingL A Arst.elas drsm-maker In
WassMdd in pema lilon. Articles taken aud sold WI
Sdmli. fd8-tf
Sa*dotn for Ladles' Switche and
InMM U forms, will receive prompt
loe If rleft with Ms e o
Any shade desired. 9.4 T
ul ff Sane iewarde. TO
Sn I roelved the following
from It. MePhenon, nDar Atlanu- ae
hntrday morning: bad
Uc-loead is check for 160, the ~*
de fyoa for the a prehenoolon. *
^H Iter t of deserterl~.rste Ed. O
St.O. d"O" th Infantry U. ohd
N, eepefoually, ete., tv
r. 0. KI A Q. M.. dre
8th Infntry A. A. Q a. m
IW.,.PowelIs IntheNorththis M4

slay peSeM wens t crescentS
yoa' the st omer VIgilant.
B W. a1p '0 Atlanta, GO., ST
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High rad TOcb

Detetives Neleded Here*
Ruperntrandleat Chal. Aitige, of th.
National Deltective ltures tInditanaii
Ils, Ind., announees that two or three
capable and trustworthy men a4,
needed in this county to act as priv.l,
detoctlves under his nlostacilone. Ex.
per'ence in the work is not uecessar
to ru-csi. Hie ediat a laree crimin
noapsr an I will send it wih fqli par
ticulars, which will explain how vo
mav enter the prtfoaiion by addlri.-
ing him aI [ndianano I., Ind. *

l. Ch. lIEr0xDWy.

The Big Coffee PotI
KWA Full and Complete Line ol
riNWAltE which must be i,)d.
Will ia to) inspect this stock, as I keel
nothing but the b)estof evieytihinng.
Plumbing, Tinning pad Gas F ittion
executed In the most approved sty6l
promptly nsd it low prices.
Don't 1140. 1the place. tigo of th.
Hiu ffee e .eAmou street. between

unty and City Dureotory.
Critintl Court of Beord-Robert
County Boulitor-B. P. Cationa.
Clerk-J. N. Blackwel.
Judge Cao Cout-M. I. Ooe.
County Commeloners--W, i. Cook, Chair.
man; S. F. Kesoerly, T. W. Thompson, 0. I.
Yelverton. John HiTary. The Bord means the
first Thursday la unob month.
Clerk Ciroult Court--useph Prieo.
Shedif-John W. Haun.
County Oolleotnr-r-ank Hf. Blawchard.
County TMuasurw-B. L Litientlul.
County AseM-or-W'. M. Willamsu.
Supervisor of B ttatlo-J. H. Merryday.
Dr. S. .Crill, Chairman John H. Green
[. J. Fowler. Those. W. Malph,, Seoretary.
superintendent Bloardof PabUle IhaJM oa-
bhoe. W. .Rlph.
ornr orresaBi.
Kayor-Marti6 Orin1. Jr.
CF Clesk-L. H. Coer.,
AseMMor VW.M.DeWS.
OoUfesseir-. I.S. Merac
TrMrew-U. J. Adams.

W. P. HKOUS, 0.5.
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pIA$ta mdsh No.4, 1. & A. K-Meet
irns and TUd T Mona XNihbi a the mth
t ? iSa@0*0k.
3 M. HASK ILL, eorietq.

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ii (&)Une *se n.i~ e.'q-,. aWithoiut t-x.
om charge, t tlp It rllipy Clt.-so,
'Tihe u hits e, 'umnuli i, lutt1-
'lge, a full tsupipl of apparatus, a gKu,
Lfirary at d ui excullktit i.oitPilgl
I'CACIIl.ta .
The wurk in all dparLmentt is of a
ligh order. Escellcnt opportunities
re iffirded for Vocal sand IuB'Ve
*I *nrt; .NIic, rile4a, tihy an I th ii
.-eall.rilhatl s tree 'o all Studente hi
-agular literily or business courses.
,Ksom*e.'< ur lv. IJood board tei
dollarss per month.
i -r e. it.,i.i ouf the 8.hhol is unex
No town in Florida ai msn
...1. & rm opens S PTiMRmER 18.
At ritn fur Catalgue. Add.,ea
ae7-t.f Jasper, Florida.


.....Botanie Blood Balm_.0
The Great Rem for thspeedy and permanent
Curs of Scrhl Raulmalism. Ctarrh, Ulcers,
EcMem$ tlaI Msad Spridlng Sres, rupwions,
from the preicflpaoe o ineminent physklici
who used f= st mor success fr4o yewrs. i
and Its continued ue for fifteen years by thou-
sanids of tful p has deonstra d that
itIs by fI s *,it bunee le g up Tonic and Blood
Purletr vr offered to the world. ItI akes new
rich blood, and possess almost miraculous
healing properties.
CU1eS, se6t fraon applcattlo.
If not kept by your local druggist, send sioo
for a lrge bottle. or Is.oo for si bottles, and
medicine will be sent freight paid by
|BLOOD BALM GO., tUamna, Ga.

WMAVY, corner Second and Lemon
ttreets. Gov F. PzEK. aP20-


The Wigwam,

For Repairing Guns, Pistols, Locks,
Keys, Trunks, Umbrellu, Ac.;
Guns to reot. Shell loaded to ordet

and guaranteed.



The Averill Mized Painat, the only
Puare ead and Zine Paict on the mar-
ket. It will not chalk or rub off. We
Iaraotee the point will prAoe sati(-
raetory to Lthe purclhaser. Our agenI
frodt whom athb paint may be pur.
chased is authornedi to protect this



HlalfDlozen Boarders,
Who will frs to seeseme twenty
quarts pwfe reWf Milk per day. butter, eott age obes,
sad ot Inardlete Ito proportion.
Leg oeem S and Living Pries.



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SF, notl, ,Feb. 1.
PlVt .t 9, Feb. 16.
aot 22, February 18
einet ,ebruar 19.
Prestoot o, obuarv 1.,
Leading, for Precinct 8,

f Precinct 6, February 16.
ty, for Precinct 1, Feb. 27.
Sataies Heights, for Precinct 7, Feb.
wary .
Mr. J. A. Taylor, of Gait, Ontario,
has been in the city this week lettering
the store widows of a number of our
icusea with handsome white Spencer.
t script l tters. Julgitg from t'w
Lumber of windows which are decoi i.ted
tIth thee handsome letters he must
Twe done a good bu iness. He left for
ford uor the bhoat 'Puesilay night.


1-1 l bs eak getnii. dp His Own1 D
es a"d ( CaIr" Stims r.
i (Itoe M O Ri'ioedmeeI, L I., ,Ulletim.)
There are but few disease that pulde
physicians more than rheumatism. There
are a great many theories as to its use,
Yo and a great many theories as to the best
I means of curing it, moet of which are aburd.
Vat tinm known in the annals of medicine is
"I John 0. Jenks, of Riverside, RIt. I. He
Iomes became the victim of rheumatism while
" in the army, and the disease seems to
hare given him a taste of all its various
"Tl tortures. Physlciansand medicine, failed to
natel Ive him any relief, until at lst he effeetd
had is own deliverance from the bonds of pain.
"Rheumatislmn" said Mr. Jenks, when the
e nbect was broached by a reporter who
went to hear his story. "Well, I should
say I do know something about it; all
learned by actual experience, too. I first
contracted rheumatism in the army and I
have had every variety of the affliction
since, and have suffered such agony with it
that at. times death was a pleasant though
to dwell upon. Take medicine? Enough
to stock a drug store and none of it did me
any good. Then I began to study the dis.
ease myself. I made up my mind to get
acquainted with the enemy and fight it on
different lines. I had a theory of my own
and began to look around for a remedy that
was calculated to have the desired effect.
One after another was tried until at last I
hit upon Pain-Killer, which I applied freely.
Almost with the frst application came re-
Uef. I kepton using it and the rheumatism
was soon knocked out. Neither have I had
any retars of the trouble.
"I also Ued Pain-Killer internally for
the ague, another war rello. It did what
poundof quinn couldn't do.
'Pain-Killer keep guard in my house
Sagaist all ills, and it has never yet lipt ats
S s post of duty."
-- ** __ -. __

The World's Fair Tcs
showed no bIkig pow v
0 pumr or so reat In ICI
ming power as the Royal.

"V The condition of the treasury abowra
ouAvllable cash balance, *14,283,801;
"jA gold reserve, 6M18,045AM1.
an Tbhe annual dinner of the Harvard
res elub of the district took place at the
ail Shoreham, Washington, Wednesday
The fpartanburg Headlight states
"c that South Carollna is being flooded
ti Uth worthless kroene oil by the
w taudMd oil truth.
b The third annual oavention of the
1 wholesale drggrlet of the south meet*
ln Atlanta today. This association
was organized last year.
The United States trenus Saturday
lost 19.000 in gold, 0104,000 from New
Fr York and StM,000 from Boston, Jieving
rn the gold reserve $41,496,888.
M: The credentials of Mr. Perkins, of
Ad OClUfornia, for the unexpired term of
low the late Leland Stanford, has been pre-
"1 seted to the senate and the senator
st worn an.
m Mr. Fardoll, conservative, has been
oeleted to the house of commons for
L Paddington to fill the seat made vacant
i by the death of Lord Randolph
L Churehill
One hundred and twenty-ave repre-
sentative Michigan lumbermen areson a
southern tour and will spend several
days in southwest Georgia looking over
the lumber region.
There died at Sylacauga, Ala., a few
days sinoe probably the oldest peson
in that state. She wu Mre. ElrIMbeth
Miszel and her agewas 114 years be.

yond all reasonable doubt.
The president sent the nomination of
Mr. Robert G. Denal to the senate to
be chief engineer In the navy. Mr.
Denig formerly occupied the position
of passed assistant engineer.
Felbriuary 1,1N. I
SfoUllowing named settler has led notice of
Mbi imtetion to make fnal proof In A-
port of hi claim., and that sold proof will
be mds before Clerk Cifcuhir court at Palatka,
fI,, on MARCH I, 18e, via: Cblumbus A.
wi "a an*Dnerruillea., Htd. IT0 for the
W14Bc.2, Tp 6B K27.
Be "me following witnesses to prove
is oti oeoiMe ldce upon and cultdioan
,m Wti I, vJn: J he T. Mintout, Tionias L.
vime, William Mban. Charles H. Heldht, all
1441 1Rgilster.

Produce Sold

iguna compiled thee Departmeut el
Asrsltums t iae UVp.. spsta i *-
pare, showies tallwar Move-
moses and Left s mileds.

WAsa$xevTo, February 18. The
statements furnished the department
of agriculture by the ,various railway
and water transportation companies of
cotton movement to ports and northern
and eastern points from beginning of
season to January 1, 1895, together with
returns made by the department's
county agents of the amount of cotton
remaining on plantations and in in-
terior towns on January 1, and the
amounts reported by mills as bought
from September t, to January 1, shows
as follows:
Total crop. North Carolina...: ........1. 447,
Total crop, South Osrolina ........ 787.0K
Total crop, Georgia ..................... IIb,400.
Total crop, Flurida...................... 45,087.
Total crop, Alabama ................... W5,740
Total crop, Mislsisippi...............1.l1207,2
Total crop. Louisians ..............7.. 7
Total crop, Texaas......................2.8 ,1I,0 .
Total crop. Arkansas .................. 5,17.
Total crop, Tennessee......... .308,014,
Total crop, Indian Territory and Okla-
homa.... ... .... .......... ... H.. 2I, l.
Total crop, Mlssouri.....I.............. 5,770.
Total orop, Virgnlia .................... i1,12.
Total crop, Kentucky ................... I, 7,
Total crop, Kansas .... ............
Of this crop, sold, unsold and totals
are a" follows:
Total railway movement.. .......,...7.',MATE1
Remaining on plantations, etc.......... .000.739.
Thought by mills ............. 461,=31
Tetal crop............ .... 9,K ,000.
No deduction has been made of cot-
ton remaining on plantations and inte-
rior towns on September 1, 1894.
In addition to the above mill purcha-
sea are to be added 8,888 bales bought
by Alabama, Georgia, North and South
Carolina mollsl from states in which
their mills are not located, also 14,886
bales bought by Virginia and 8,485
bales bought by Kentucky mills, all of
which are included in the railway
movement, making a total of 493,292
bales reported by the aduthern mills as
bought from September 1, 1804, to Jan-
uary 1, 1694.
The per cent by statements Is as fol-
North Carolina 87; South Carolina 91; Geor-
gis 94: Florida 97; Alabama 91, Mississippi M:
Louisiana 0; Texas 8; Arkansas s0; Tennees-
see 0I; Indian Territory and Oklahoma 88;
Missouri, Virliala, Kentucky and Kansas 87;
average 30.1.
That to Mianafttarlag Lines Meet Note-
werthy Dea's epevt.
Naw Yo1zx, Februtry 9.-R. G. Dun
A Co. in their report on failures, may:
The failures reported for the month of
January show an aggregate of (15,-
108.900, liabilities against t29,648,0M8
last year, and In manufacturing only
$8,738,587 against 81),M0.715 last year,
while in trading the liabilities were
$' 1,056,108 against $17,234,587 last year.
The remarkable large decrease in man-
ufacturing failures deserve the more
attention because prices of manufac-
tured products have so greatly declined
during the year, and the output has
been greatly reduced. Failures for the
past week have been 961 in the batted
States, against 38 last year, and It in
Cauads against 60 last year.
soe s*esis ArMtmame, a Lest amlsefe

WAsaIxeTox, February &.-The pree-
ident decided the boundary diepate es.
tween Brasil and the Argentine repub-
lic in favor e Brazil.
The ddlualty was presented to the
special envoys of BraDl, Baron Flo
Braono and &kneral CarIulers, and the
Argeinin nlaster, Dr. Zeballes, who
assembled with their satffs at the state
department yesterday afternoon, by
Secretary GOeeham. The voluminous
documents in the controversy wer de-
livered to the president., February 9th,
1N4, and be had a year for their eea-
sideration in whi' i he wai assisted by
Assistant Seeretaries of State Uhl and
Bolkhill. ,
The Dabe' SJy Dlseharsed "d ass Ste p-
-de in s eossnaes.
OmoAeo, Februar 1 U.--ke Debs
jury was discharged yesterday and the
case was set for a new trial on the flist
Monday in May. hya pbyselan M.
tending Juror James C. Coa, whose ill-
nes has caused the hitch ln the pro-
oeedings, declared that the sick man
would not be able to resume his duties
as a juror for pt least thirty days
Judge Groseoup then held a co feremee
with the counsel of both Waie and it
was agreed to leave the matter to the
court's discretion, which resniled '

Wuht Uatqselse.
CITr or Maxo, itbrw wFI-.*&-
gnociyo MXi ,le. Iep4
relatlteo is the dEu SIm '
terday oieally doeled (I1 0 it'
tha. Gauteo la a b Med froun ts
groands ndaMiameled bo e dIi
Mexico "But we a t h !ftb
war may be a ea ate
Senor MqriscalM noet otph
the settlement tblld
tion is aby I F ,r an
ment t*a rat *t* tsgiuia, +b V 0m

for these Imitations and substl-
autes, they are poor stuff at the
best and Increase your misery.
Take Simmons Liver Iepgdator

Iea.-MlW I *e's
assae of thhe oe

AttAxtA, Februaty th--h he t
aIng of the excentive boardot thlagth.
ora Passenger assoolation tatwemeIls
here yeetordy hung Ai mad a Metto
was taken as was expected looking *
ter the raorganlmtion of the aseola
lion. As s well known, the south
line that form the association, have
been at outer for sme time put and all
of the leading railroads have give no
tioe of withdrawal from the assooladoai


1ly. YOU Will know it by the There wasto be a meeting of the de d d a. aad of
ge red Z on the face every tnn New Y ononth a to oult~ l oang te A
patch up the asmocation, but owing 1L..t,
package and by the relief it gives to a lack of a quorum nothing was A. sw T, pie iil
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi- achieved. There was no quorum preo -sw
estion, Constipation, Biltowness cot yesterday and the meeting of the
eson Constpation, Bliousn e ecutive board was failure. Many IN CIRCUIT CObtT FOR
and Sick Headache. of the prominent passenger agents COUNTY, FIFTH IJUDI
came last night, however, and theR T
'riuir SIXXONS 0fllt massMeeting today of all the roads of CI1tUIT OF T r. ST4T

Rl1E GUIATOR suits. The railroads have been called rsakle H. Reynolds, 1
to send representatives to this m-as asAdmintstratord btoalsun
& H. ZEI1N & CO., Phllad'a, Pas meeting for the purpose of seeing what carlW esof.oth si deosedt, i r e.
can be done with the Southern Paseen- vT.s
Sger association. It is thought that a J. C. oteley at aI.
THE WEEK'8 WORK IN CONGRESS complete reorganization will result and V HF AT1rlO'UY Of'THE OOMPLAINAI
..-- that a new assoolation will be formed here his elltf that the defenMiant .tI
A eynopaet of the iroceedinge af loth with no connection with the Southern above entitled cause, John Wbiiley, Lewetlm
o ad nsRailway Steamship Tinkham, and William 0. Fisher, are oner id
Rmau and Railway and Steamship association un- oI twenty-ons yars, NaO that tire plesw
The following is a synopsis of the der whose control the passenger asso- reldence ia unknown, it is ordered that u
proceedings of both branches of con. elation has been managed heretofore. Tsaid defendhman ohd William. Fie, Ldowe
gress for the oast week: the bill Bled in this Court, on or before 11 re
31TB l)Av.-All three the measures looking MOTHER TURNED AGAINST HIM. day in Al'lL,A.D. t0 bei thearmntday
to flnaneil relief, knows as the sdminultra- said month, at the ClZ'sh c as, is Palat
tion curreuoy bill and the amendmentsthereto, Seasatlonal Contession of One of the KRa. I flor thi r ord .ta.thi al
were killed In the house this day by decided ulIs Who Threatened Worley. lisuhedron w fore thar t uis coneotive wle
votes. This reverts the legislatlon, as siu- in the Tlame-Herald, a newspaper publibs
gested by Cleveland a late message, to the ATLANTA, February 18.-Anse Black in Pslatka, Florida.
starting point. one of the Murray Witness my hand and tkh seal oi slmd Ct
In the onasttheconsular appropriation b one of the Murray county Ku-klux cultCourtt thday of Janu A..
held the day with no action taken. Many seats plead guilty in the Federal court yee- iJos xh
vacant on acceunt of the extreme cold weather, terday to attempting to lynch Henry. A. J. 8Anarrf, Complalnat's leltoin.r
tND DAT.-Nothlng was done ln either of the .mly n nfre n th, monehln fel-Bw P" "
branches but refer two important messages Worle, an informer on the moonshin- fel-8w
from the president to the proper committees. ers. He said that he was one of sixty
One was notifying congress that the four per men who rode up to Worley's home one MAoSTEB' 1ALE.
cent bond issue had been arranged and the
contracts oo Bat same already signed, th night last spring and called him out. TNDR ND T VIRTUE OF A |
same to into effect after ten days. the time All of the men were armed. of oreloelare and re
glivn to congress to legislate on the currency Black's story was thrilling. It ema- cfreit Court oa t lsfthduelJu I l a airei
question, If so disposed. The other referred tr li'ngn m hteo oro th
to the death penalty imposed upon Ohe Amer- ted a sensation among the witneese the Honoiabl e. A. eSh Jued, i
cans who took part in the recent uprising t and other defendants. Black said Court dated the Mad day of JaauJ yl
sawait. when we went to his house Worley was leWaSe a. Bnae ausn in a.
MND DAT.-The senate decided by a vote of terribly scared and bged for meryy, Anto B. .e sk, B s il
M to 25 that the amendmenast to the diplomatic a he wasn't rbity of b egg le and mnen A dolnc Gasnea sfean
and consular aproprition bill for he con- said he wasn't guilty of reporting ad ui for
at public auction for cash, to the nli
structios sad maTatenasee of a telegraph ca-. got down on his knees toe us. ed baider, ath trmet oor of
ble between the United States nad the Ha- Worley's mother was talked to by our House. in Palaka, in amid County (ofi5
wall Islasda was in order under the rules, men. They told her that he on the
and immediately afterwards, by a similar vote. tFtl toI 6.- RST MONDAY IN MARCI A. aD.
it adopted the amendment and then passes the en trattox tbeingSthe4teBr OD lA mo1th1 dArUcthAU
bill. hourdofsale on ,al lof t
The proceedings of the house were devoid of Ideecribed land, n Palnati n
any excitilng ploded or the t aesactio of any, tbhe Oountyc atuam ead Stamte of iFa1
business of general latorest or Importance. wit: A portionaof Lot No.ltires (8) Iln e
Some progress was made with the coasiders- 'Tweghteen (18), Towshap' da.. (10 a dwt
Sion of the legislativ, e xecutive and judicial dt-.& b aeu ta
appropriationbilL andi el tot f
84TH Dal.--iS ator, Hill Introduced the fo aone chain d sixer of d lio.
lowing resolution toaemos up tomorrow: What along the North line of amL
"That the true polley of the government re- halns and ten links to a stake, theb t
quires that ita efforts should be steadIly- three degrees and thirt lnute W
rooted to the establlshmeat of sa aStem it hator and seventy lInk a .Sto a
bh h | i an s and t aaa s
bimetalliUam, wherein loM sad a scir sy be I psts venbC rohad thencMniortif i eo
maintained at a parity, ad every dollar 0els- u iersy m eiuti last. salimos' e Weft e ii
ed may be the equal in value sad power of' ad puflnm red three chai aj andixW
every dollar coined or issued by the ed, link the place of beginlaing, ot
States, but, if our efforts to establish or main- md 87-100 acres.
tain such bimetallism halt not be wholly ue- Pree on appllOatloi~ The Ow (I s *i!
cessfuL and if, fore ay meson, our sliver ootIn s Ltot
shall not hereafteir be at parity with eIld and L Nlatk, Fla. JST 11Win to,
silver aand ual theo vlue ad LEN ST M A RY I ks, -*
er ia the market sad sa* payment of dt
the It les hereby esland fiat e bea@ of is the result of 1l, years experience with the Hardy I
the United Stiates new obo heoter lames ities offered for Florida and Lower South, embracing SP AL ASTW S 8 "M i
which by their terms re payable Is5 t *.R
paid is sandard ..M de.0' 5",
ie as wa theag t m eoetst. Oranges and Grape Fruit a cof yA
s itrs shal at t"e i eh mke vigor,,uis, productive trees that bear youn offthe C rIri fer
Senator Allei addresea the asentd ean /ges and other citrus fruits, on both orange and trif la a. o i 1,.
Alabama election matter. The seeisme mlimmos. flgs, grapes, apricots, olives, manlerries, pe ,art
housease a w ies ietom eoeoieraest a i sota ilng I e
leglative, esextine and ldisalsosropeta-
tion blUfortlhe year odingl Jun is.e I7t..t, Tref f tn A n ollte r Der an
was eompletd before thes u e ae xtyJ Varieties of Hoses AdqovoMor, A. D.110,
with the eselption a t pe paragre peIovdtB p a ..
money for the pension ee ftrem. L TA a I
UTN DAT-The bill aking appropriaons L. T E, tohe S ,
partments of the government was peased by
the house after three ays disummesea, prUti- f L IBT IMONDAt IN MAO R, A. .
aly as the summittee-n apprpee.m re- the
ported It.=Uwaat
The business record th As suse sepesmoned bedrIei
the passage of au private paes ills L on ti Pstatof
calendar-0 in number, sad ame bell does on the
bills of a mlaselaneo oaiecter, MIluding v oarly a
three for public buldellg IN Winaastoe-4les,
N, 0.. Potterile, 1Pa.. and Proeoka, lat: s.t* L
so one for t*he ppeiatmest a oa isme a ci horoughnly Re-furnish n
army engineer ofic to report as s a o-
bridg ever take Delaware at P MIhltlls I ''
progress was made a u the pesto&" s peWI --
aton bill.a
comnMeto Uge 4 in to.en days pacie

thoriling the issue of gold bea I b S
le three per scent iteresti
thIrty yeorn, or otherwise re = T
treasury la the reply ilsmeto t*

by direeton the lt

by this am bedese nad
gold be is ei t ....1p
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bel4wltcs.5..B. .set of thi. letr rhft he W oesu't writs
.P iegy 'o please every Ilit1tsw codntated,
Ib.a irWO-for-a-nackel, kJo-aded I J10c,
S)esulise ~the saold, rdi Peleuts 4tt thaIler but whio,,thoih hbe ba*s's de.teenougb
1 tbieblgsd d thilberes rl a tte. r the. hus,, old- ,o write an invitation to's Iin.
SIt se3 a drt Fiaek fnasione i" e l, yet would pressme. '.; elik a4e
tillt l; hIIa. nta r.o and onoe he style of your Uncle Latage. '1he
es In ed slt voe r o na a ,nd-faced young man ha. reasoein 10 oI "a
g iphlals I lod our SAtomach, ndi sto, i believe that hb I re "e'ot, '1 nE. ''o-
,ofibt be 4" not do Biliousness, Bilious and Sack d *ng" to a great many, even senibleu
of nllWSaM itise A mol good. A aches. You're relieved and easedl people, else he would pu4 down hi. Na1 'n e It il
10 rdf, Ieo.. of these troubles, if yog .... 6% f .PareroreDrope, 111h in Syr" 11t W M
aeand in o n IV tFr p?. st. tut itf is Polent. its aet iat es is *t rao e as .
.yn S ., mre .stvtag in 1 sent for a bo These Pellets are eaM to take, n -n r l .r 'I ..... llle, AelrtS1 deWstrpsWerai l
roman, of Put9 6U U ti. At thattime ct In s a natural wa without hook N.--.aixrv Ho.. verhes. Ca&torts pmeets olt 6eag Ow :nw
r, P at~aSI. I ehed in every ig the system. They' re easy t DISIh snd Wiad Co.. hoo&s
J, r P .tL j9 lm Itl mpially carory, because they are put up i1 g.eoar ,e...................etn 7oule Wuaw .o Ipt0 ul oe
In my back and little gla vials. 'ey're the cheesy ..,rind axe s c .k. teething trouble, euar oioa.tlp 4e sad AaftIe ,
the U. TllgbehtU is having a 3en hip, I eis as est, because guaranteed to give s e'atW 1 m- t .iY.... ,j L Castoriasmills the od, r l- the hm a
S 0ted arouV bi propWrty 0 o though I had a isfaction. member, that Dr. sad bwl gvn ha and an 1tP Cl oe
et. f fever and for a Pierce's Pellets are pea#aW to take, ported from the school e the ber du. and bowels, giving healthy ad dsael s lOep. i
.. Bond s the roud father fe w hbour at pasan in action, perfect in effect. One of the little boys, who is distin- toria is the Children's Pd' o th- Mother's hd1ai.
nI; dry ds m h AwM*f,&o g. nlht It was Is- Kee this in mind and you solve the quished among his play-mates for hii
ng dry goods lst, e toslep. Isereduntold ninle problem of good health and good bright savings and funny remarks, vwa- C SOril CStOriL
Cystrdey. Ooetlipation was. not the leant of my living, absent from school, and no one knew "Cgei aser an oeemsmedotiahe feop e. dCa~ c esuiasllpedspeed mame
t. T. T. Tvrs, is in the city treabiss. I sommeoed to take Hood's the reason why. He came down, how- ~O4 Mobsvreperaitedlydm ties IamoosmdnsM bap avpe~~.
dry ,having returned from a trip to ba idlla and felt a decided o iange o o you're suffer, ever, at recess, but why the absenuct goodaetupondheirerde." known.e Bs., .
dry h m Iws Ooto get out of bed in fr o. Ca. w.o X. A.
And sa Floiinda. f g aubtms C u e ; ro Catrieto h of that merry twinkle in his eye? Why 1 Citta dortd,Med. ktL. .L..
t steamed Okee se of Hartle t0ed p r' so quiet and silent?' Why 'hat sadness -lowordsthe -ma edlegend ftr olen d.
t, f took stwety.Ave ps senies t et at the in course of a wk. Remedy k you to of countenance? It seemed straune in whit sa acqusaMed. I hop ole a ne sM a li hin tlr si th ir 5 .
vee 8prfngs Wednesday, nenms d t as the bet remed or thr medioe one so young. Herman had cofno etrdistant whem motherswllood----md me N a tI emlk.UsMPme w"S ss,
PA &a Innlerest of their hildena ons iueria in.- and a lo we eel, bae ano
he Orange B~som,on Lemod street, T.IAP t, Abefm 8.. 'S..tsmen, o ant get his books, for his little baby sisti M oftheo quanOIw medical omIm WAS I skno anUw
te nest and mot popular place t h ood Pll o tho e best after-dinnr be cured, they'll had died that morning. detraic their loved ones, (foract opia, producism ytwaste f os o0 atmIM
latka. Uo therefore meals when -in ill lssdigetlon, prevet constipaton pay you $500 i cash. I called around last night to inter- morphine, soothing syrup and theum bnfrli mrirs f wOiniWe le w o hMki
W agents down their throats, tulb7 sending favor upe It."
View a number of gentlemen on the hee t to prlmtur grave'." TromHan eeriii An mi Dmiamr,
The three-masted schooner Carolne Brotherhood Overalls at 8. E. Bond's -THROU H --Tr subject of the freeze and its results t. DL J. r. Xmnue me, B asa, Noma.
Hall ls in port taking )u a cargo of Crescent City, and while all adlnittei Oway. Ar k. Aliae. 5n, Aw.,
shingles at Tlgbman's mill, consigned Christian People's Rally. IHU UGH that a campaign of hog and hominy i, The Centats OempSy TI 1mrse Itrese, Mew1
to parties In Baltimore. The Christian Young People of the before us, it was refreshing to note the
a etiff Hagan sold the stockof Brad, Methodist. Presbyterian Church will The Rate War the Topic of Inter- hopeful ring sounded by nearly eve,
his Mihlolllnl the defunct Cre. rally In the Presbyterian Church, Sun- *et at Jaoksonville. man whom I approached. Cretcen
Cold i y firm, ln frpot of the Court day evening, February 17th. The fol. City Is not ready to give up her chart
a ednestay. lowing prgramme will be carried out: EFFECT CF THE RECENT COLD SNAP. by any means, and if appearances are
ito Mr. ad Mrs. Arthur L 700. Praise service, led by Miss C to be trusted nothing is more foreign
S e aterday afternoon a girl. This 7 30. Bible reading, RevW.W .A USa UM-iesu-D*et e*tive ste to her mind than the idea of throwing
f or the very pleasant expree. Wallaue. as saimeoU--eow seamer re- up the sponge. If the calamity wert
Mlbind Aathtr's countenance, Prayer, Rev. W. A. Mabry. esi sew 1t no swelms Xer ten times as great she would not be
al b. ,minnj-hr. Hmng-olo (male voice)-Gospel WsM" ans.n.e n.ay. dazed, but would only regard it as bt-
'teon to Crescent Otty Sun. Collection No. 965. February ing sent to try her patience, faith, and
ballast was B quite a sudoese, Quartette, Mesrs. Donnelly, Smith, The recently agurated rat war everything else that goes to establish
b, e Inclemency of thelweather. Edwards nd Wakefield. wen the Clydes and the Philadelphia her good repute.
eItost rort a beautiful tatio "Prayer teamship Line in south bound freight Still "economy" should be the
ae f olue M ay Vincent." to this city contlntes to be a topic of watchword. Dr. Sprague, the Mayar.
ST. Pett and lttle boy of remarks, Rev. We A. Mabry. interest in bsins lm d only says let every man ow do his own W O
ReTarks, Rev. and A. Mobrofto that of the weather. lio far this 'U
i who have been her for yemlrks, Rev. W. 8 Wallace. onttoon dto tke two qmp- shaving, or else become as harry a the
wo th, veleng Mrs. RemHarry Sol dr the Li itesn" Mr ninsined. None of the railroads are "Harry Man from Borneo." Mr. Henry ALLOWS YOU
turnedd to their howe Me.n- Cartnell. i n it yet, so far a could be aserertauned Hutchinson advises every man to black
eSingtor by the congregation. yesterday by, a diliest* *ePrima inl his own shoes. Mr. C. L. Chamberlain 10 per cent DIS O UNT.
BoengeotgaltBl.w, eaedictio. oon vou tanation of thinks that some people use entirely
of Butle Bluffo. The Clydpe decline to my
Monday. The Captain, who, reu Makig establishment. anythlInlr for publication at present; too much t n co, but if they Just cant
they olam that their published rates give up the weed he will supply teem
Way, has been in Porld for Miss lora Paddock mayt now be for arrylng freight is their way of with all the chewing and spitting
sasI that, white the or. found in the Jennings Block, Lemon talking and the most e eiveo. If *ey tobaooo they want at reasonable rates.
a uotlreet, opposite the General Market, have ay rem uImsa to make nt the futPure
with morecompletle ineofA Goods, they will do it this way. The Oan Mr. 0. Preston says that grits is a
of OO Wil survive. allet Articles for the complexion Steamship Line, the Mallory Line and cheap but substantial article of food
Holiger, th genial peope. Dressmaking S plies, etc. StampIng the Merchants and Minrs, via daven- during hard times, and the people
i Bart's Line, Is sending on to order. O e taken forte a h, et involved so far, as their know where to find It. Mr. J. R. ill
D allarle mnd Dr. Nichol's Corsets. w'inYi ligt between Jaksonville
ip the winding Ookla. General agent for the new Taylor Dress and mPhl d cys the people are oblged to wto he .
Agid"e populMty IS only O*R Chart. A first-elm dress-maker in ,clothes even in Florlda, but they
oiP ogurteont atteUtles to connection. Articles taken and sold WOU T ,VOO IN FLOIDA. should get them as cheap a possible,
arodemr for Ldlie' 8witches and oerveetaMe a n, mse-o. and therefore give him a call. Captain
SlK1tdy tbe tBap ,In all form., will receive prompt es'ny- Beach, of the firm of Beach & Miller, 1
ps fair and ere aention f laft With Main sPe01A _somovAa, nehs.,' eebrdary IL- says the tmes ave reyhbed rock.
g Mtbdaop. Feb. Anyh. 4 p of u botom, but that he propose to sll at
so I* ass wMk Io her faas nE wars vewetanMes m hilled. Oram ee tes rock-bottom prices, sad
tMhefo '1oa1 aoswved fo lo atng wt 20' That settles he business.
t teh h ,litm ftom t. McPherson, near Atlan. a ith sa t Mny were just
Wa, G ., aetarday morning: buddlig. sve etiwberes wero kl- The BUCKSKIN BBEC8RES are
)l4l witeh W 1as SMt -Enoloed is cheok for 860, the ed. Th merry teyheb 14 yesterday the best Jeans and Caimere Panto A .
eIveisn did not amone de you for the asprbenslon, a1 JaenvwlUe 6 the rMIse a m reed- made. They oost no more than owm-
of the sold t delivery of deserter Private Ed. a IIas tesbse. l Dmembuer. 0. mon makes. They wear better, fit bet .
III o 4A elei, Co. 10 sll, Ifatrly U.ate it wait Mm s- t and look better than any other
1 .0. C 1KI9aAtB. M.. dred miles th of JaekeUll the make. Bne pair and be convinced.
6llta th Infantry A. A. Q. megaey was is, TlHeavale ina miles Evert pair a guaranty ticket In the
"U", W Ad 2mps. "all" mouth, pocket.
Dr. W. U.. Powel is In the North this m, At ATap. Otearwa te ns ~ THIS W GA h ATl
e iMk nMbeeias fts ewd n o I t on assm THE WEEK IN 'FRADINO IROI LES.
se t th lahabitamtu marvelled at the 1110
A Mt m y Perses weal to Crescentas i beak of h"ng w4teP. eas a ss inese
Jld esr. it.ry- W. Bishop e stm lanta, A.M, TAwORY PLANTS AR .APE Tw Yoes, February 5.-Bradatreset's 'B m'
a .l oi u r eguiar intes viltors, is *In 0 s Ow eie n ate d, ah y Ayd W im d low tIN N G E'S,

I...' AI a A'16memb ba*< b1 WInu e es by re- str l orders received
OW olde do M SIs atl staple 'linea. But

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Ot last adllonal imeoau rO fet Oif unty agent. of the anount of cotton 1a ARE M tAUFrACTURan D
Imalnli on plantaiions and In nle AK1 50550 B
pp in. o booror town on January and the *bowu I3 T
Ing. 1. edaoational lIoes she .s font- ** r I O0 U Pmounts reported by mills as bought a &.es& ___ IiAt
iu aead. Who ts moving het? The w is the most Im orant part ol ron September 1, to January 1, show. i Ui | I
hnewtr l simple. Those wpo. aloet anrormn to hourthahof t -llotwr rL Bolwl g Froens..."......... A
en move her-her teaches. Aie you te s stubect are due to lmpuri. a outk Carouna .........r -ses case1 m s|
doing your part? Thi question comes n .te.o. Yu tcatnrc. me as f ... .OP PAWTUCKET, I.
boane to ebt wath force. Whe ^-pt U V Sti., a.. WE ALS. CARr- IN "TOC.. Pn.", Nra e Sod,
s my pat o rt i yo ur du, Keep It Pure "n. .---, -.,-.. sa eef S rsuiph rCoton See. -an rc
and not one lots le. Your perthI' For which nothin canV ao aPstne and see, .rgs C.n:'ise,,'erobs
' your best efforts to advance the steed. I equal o esl ectu.,fl re. .ft he rr'--tr S tnd AraW eo ea
Y o uc.on your on cleanses the boo th ughly s Souther O ce and Warehouse at Ja k-
your school room, In yourdlstrliot, In andbuildaupthegeneralhealith. o s :s a9nothr i sonllle loia
yo oarlyorta. Iou _oTe e yj*da d -S a SOnVille, Florida.
accomplish o bl, work ia your school V W tSCIFIC uA.,iasd. ernfwflh teVo^ 'nor. Ds v t...- Rear or 26 WEST BAY 6TBREET, on River Front, midway bet en
room wholly then 'yor duty do.s Main and Laura 8treeta.
pm. p. M of oa ALL[* D300 5Td imLL I?.
SBut. r 0y brethren, cn youT il o ae w* M M l M f lSEND FOR POCKET MEMORANDA BOOK. w" W
My chief argument in favor of saoM- v P oe tag AD of tmountr. .fc -t o
cl:ai anl work I. the sentiieat ex. -----..---- anEthI avo "ertake. LIPPMAN BnROss -
pressed in the iin ng words that head P m n. le, blhackho~s, ,mle, frmcklsi. 4. O o oons a mso ai
ti aun: "The an hotkepu) r.p 'i nJohuin s n ar" town. aamnsueaa.. ndThe Clyde Steam ship Co\
pursuit wiihaautknowinK advanee. by Ackeranicia & SMtwart, ilrugaists, I1
min unothersl have made in it works at Bta. a ltikUs.db lls a buh al IM ta
dis.adva,.otaae. Such a man will not s n
work in the ri ahet d Aectson. He Will BURGLARS' REIGN IN ALABAMA.
f!l into errors lamg aI) exploded." Depot and Express Offie anl Seherl plee

of work; vet it is essential that we wpot anlexpren s olen last tib t place
know what progress the mosit success. robbed of oversth Stores ani resi- r
fu oar rm-lalot Tirs have mudia. cdleouos If the neliFllaiorlh.a have been
Tho.wse to wIhl we wih tao listun srt. robbed frequently for the last twoM
those who have uccdd when ace yearR and t s thought there a rgu on and f ird in
in a poiitia similar to that we not lar gang with headquarters in that n
occupy. In this respect our assoca- section.
tinm at Palatka has lhe advantage ol T I IATr I OR Keep In stock the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE LINE of FE -
State associations. Here we meet mn E GREAT DISAERLIZERS of any House in the Stt. Magnificent Steetmships of t his Line are appo
who have succeeded woo placed in it s* Af ainst th* owner of th le torl to O L **. a etRil a o .o
the distlct school of Pu nam county, OeL SPI O' AL*'A.U-: ed to Sail as allows:
i.cneetlet ,tt appr atus not sipeloa Lo No., Februay .-The orh H J. Baker & Bro's Complete Manures for Calling at Charleston, 8. C., Both Way *at,
that with wnio we labor. he ad German Lloyd manager here is of th. rum Nsw t ork, (TDAR) TIM.) remJakae
e of uch men o much value; ue the owner the e Orange Trees and Vegetables
their succeed at tiuli to The decision., he said, rested with the Potash, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems. Vrt ,:, e. .....::.. s e s
ownraibet powers; their mistakes are nriday, Zb, t. W.nt- the t. es..
beacns which warn us away from the company' o ici.als in Br emen. A sl onge KenttS outhe uf
okrbcooud comst Of failure, costly suit In hermany, England or in Kentucky Tobacco Stems. Cotton Leed Meal, health"I, Fe, 1,a.@.. a ni............, 1LB ... .., Wb. oe
And now for someof the resulof t herlandswasby no means inprob- Blood and Bone, Nitrate of Soda. t". a :.,: P i stli::: ... id. ::::, .. I
our meeting. We have convened Mev- *able. neday, eh. IMth ast p.Bm... ALuIQaUIN ...... Tue4Q G
eral une.s, and competent critliceasay DEATH OF WARD M'ALLISTER. Insecticide Material. ,i-, i;, a. t .? n........ ,Oi. .....asl. a.
that each meeting l a noticeable ia- _' .. QUICK SHIPMENT. LOW PRICES. WRIT. FOR ANALYSIS A.D PRICES. veaiieday, b.i;tlp.m. IROU O aI .... l.
pralveeua.,t on the preceding one. Not The Famos oclty Le1der Succumbse oU L T P WIU In ANALISLD .rlay b'l anpS ........ ... HOK!*At55E...... ...... 3BeI
ooiy. i. the a.s.sittio, improving, bu the ,.....draoe .5 WILSON & TOOkRE, Soi,, Sp. m .....A .OOQUL ... -*dsa S
eachb of its members feels that mental Naw YOK. IFebrua.rv 1.-Ward Mc- THE FERTILIZER HOUSE 0 FLORIDA, Jacksonville, Fla ,tp. ... SML ....Tuodr ..* N U.
streusth which conlact with only cult Allister, the well known society leader, C T J RV LI. .-*
vated minds cn tve. died in t. city at :JO o'clock last CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LI
The rgn our last meeting w eveningte. wa et net oo.ab.sD *"a*.d The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer
dxstused lu quite an bte ma-nner, said McAllister was. an.tie of SavknnaA,.Wh. as in MAN O .D RESTanOR The Elegant Iron oldeI-Wbee iil atee e'rvs
marny well the poiln of interest (s.. graduatof Yale College, and "y- nhsar.aleat 1i .t rnotmrr o ear "CITY OF JACKSON VI LLE ,
brought out, but without deancin1g P"iln, Interestln g etttFemRn and a Vi m t'1 "\ mle'rextalo. "tl o/Brli-i-BOameU oO.MW oee "IYO VLL '
frm the ability displayed upon Ibe reoognled leader in (iotham'sty. oeie -Js wnt5Whpce.~r b with InpoNoU n m -
rlmllW emrkst cannth o be ni etex.fl. mm y'hor o o th i WteflorfisMAHcOaalJ a4111110
opcasion.of o ur le manmewlug, a pro Ather A .mmitoe shipment sto chia, r e i oTt. -.ra.5 ah r i" RD E I C KR DBTA
I.I"ar'pper. Addiva c "FREDERICK Da#BAHBaBMH40D
called in point of educational talent. NL wHAvA Conn.,FebruaryL.-The Ie'm.ronctu.r1. t.lw ULan Or its.
Bueides tbit there ia to be dscussed i t Winchelter Repeatinr Arms company, Leave Jackbonvillefrom foot of LaurI Street, at 8.80 p. i.,
cerns heah o.e of u. I i the ques- Konr, iU BS ,N rounds of A4-eAl- Tlekets to All Paolate.
petteuieno theatpa haresl ted the third shipment of the kind that tho GisC ERu di Sunford, 9.00 k. m.n avd ilnterprmel, 9 e0 a...
the teachers of ech county to send company has. made since the war OmcA of the ILeorNs o tham A Vr s h wales dl' exceptt Bod) for Jacaonville d Ieraed l tdg
one ow their nu nber to a conventou begun. Ida Railway, at PREK'8 DRUG h e.o tasasuus. d om. W, *ri Stmet, Ji..M
In tcala, in order to confer with him wIn Ape.i tShe dge Leg pasle c .. ~TORE. orner Second and Lemon bee n. .T.I. O It
about changes n the law. It Putnam WAsiuneroa, January tn.--Commia- trees, where tickets can be pur ha ousl e ro. Fro nr, Nxew Yetl .x.Saoii
county esitit a delegate to that con. doae- of Pensions Lochres maya that hy all lines to or from all parts of the THRO. G. lGER, T. j
v. tion you hluld aut oly know he will appeal the case of Jude Long .orld. Unbiased information, lowest P .... AR.,, wr S .P LlB
instructilone, but have a voice in givlSi to the court of appeals of the Distriot of 'ttes and best sceommoldtion. O se'* F e t o sf lw ws:
them. If that law is materially changed Columbia as soon as Juddment is enter- fours, corner Second and LeMron im" -,.3Wst P CLYD Gen A
i will affect every teacher in the y ta l ed. Speaking of Judge Bralley's dee- tree, Palatka. and 141 Wkrt Bay ros OAg- W M. P. CLYDE CO. foe s A r
of Florida. A avord to lhe wi.e is ut.i.lo, he a there o b either trees, Ja.cksonville., Pla plOt' A Ds. e
tia.ut law or logic for it. 'twsTs o ni ils. Dl elwrq Ave.t i,meadelphll t *o(ewMw g 0a
,ie AsocIation convenes March r. u..'stiWd '* # si'u ',WiW ----
2.1, at the Pualic School building to In W. rimeth Repbileuass 3ergi. o*** ags. em-
Pa..atks, at 1 o'clock p. m. Al the COLInIA, 8. C.. February .-Today You run no rlns. All draigilet gmr- TarESS elRIAv ]a.
teahrsu ad friends of education ah the republ cans of the state, white and tee Grove's Tsteless Chal Tonic to Mt here in sata convenl n do all tha.t the nufaotuens claim or, AOCKEMAN T.WA TTE A EXO C ai
P etOtAX. o rthedpureos of reorgateiing the re. ,s-,. t .. .
1. Muslte-Mt Whilams. pblesa party in othrollsweh t. Warranted no cre o pay. There PAA, SEVEN OAK L
i w. Advmntages of (radi lains Oaa beenspfenotof as a "eorpeapsiame re many imitation. To gt thees- EVEN OAK LO i
C.utry Schooule-apt. T.c h ltDb. t hedaysf Iib. 1utI ask for Gukvw's. Seld Mon st. a e l :
f Moral oiset, of Bcbbool ob merits. Nocureno pay, On un eA roveA fAr fl [ ise. O T
I). coration-Mies Jlita Willia m. The Fierlds ChaNtqua. oer sale by Ackemna &A tewast, e CsoV Jw atinogT. m
4. ar atae AWeualton-JN.Over- E leen An i druggists. A. ,, dt in.Iao nI
Ivlins. The EleTenth AnnFl.Seno..oflble a I A erP de-(rbe Tbuod ty oo B
a. Rebv Work for Pimalry Grades- well-known Chatauqua will be held In J. B. Lewuis Co., Bostes, agM Ip 0W IwlN iYMMIS oaD Ptfw tarem. .Mitl."
Mrs mL e. Mahoe..T Its beautiful home at DePounik making extensive atlet as n 5t 2dai .g IMlS
J. Query ot-Clsirmat Springs, Fla., Petruary 91st to Match faeoery at AVls, Mmes... s S eth f amee sy out.tLIudl4n : S
A. N ONAPFe.2 President. ,3p ma..The 4?,M
W. B. houna Prnoenlet. 20th. The charming lake, the stately e au ,sk care of telr hueliy ieag pwtienlts. al < ly at ih l .
(4dus. tbe peasit and peer tress coy butMees. lat yet theMy LM olSied I S
The U. S( Oov't ReportS erd with bloom, the elegant hotels, to deadline so, a ord.In l jisUo Wes i. .a
&,Wa Royal Bakilla iwr *ad the rich program, all conspire tl their cu omear, Ta4 iips S et I
f e a iof make this the Ideal winter resort. Itus loudly Ibepealees of this etigsA
boeeheapest and most sensible winte' while other masn'aahunts yp egl.4 .'a L '
resort in Florida. Health of body iaI 0hey weal re ntnl ow'lat.. 'Il .' s
eevnienweM1Ms y.is1gM.j health of mind are the twothings named Root and Shoe JAKortlg 4o.' '
Ght uaush, February 11. at. i r. W. L. Davidson. tSugatleeanda tis show- l bn wm
Boarab fiw Orandlil Sbe s ont a *e whose reput-tlon as Chauasqu. largest ol / .
bean. Mr. A. M. Mnigetthms opened w, rers tyol :r none, has amanufctswse ..AND
A meow rn is dg nttiothe rtrhat heah bo meoe Wel, tha e foee i ins"'r*, 41. | ..
oaittw. oIsmem ables a oitt oa the petaonm from tiime 1sd of o S5t4 I .", ,
eled i Oe Uaioh14f N"HAEN Palmer. the triness o coauetu
llsit ts. betis h te bee d s c thedChores treueo will hng ve uhre m o antsL ueeo oA
es vegetables have been wheih Oetiesitry, the best fr r Aysemhly pur- ee. eve. .
Sof chi l teew s mg mTOcltMin r 0 a .nall it ee: sei n oAmerica, will furnish mu e" ..sic. m ) r
t,, agda, ad a lt .pe lnily drl-g the session. I
s e fr rDistrslng Kid ny sad Bladder die- il14 pS.
,s ,p;', e 6 ,. a, e esd relieved in l turen ity the "New
theteachersf aucoudtytosh d e a otS nd(rde Cure."
o hInber acov tei b e medy gun.r i d itD
inOali odrtouutrwkbhmV eerlIAM~e ad-lktefls, ,j

At f Shaee f ttfY, he quiw A reX alI
55 5**ua. at n-hep bound the throat with for sea aad Goeneeto er.N .. tmr a1s.
Wishb ey atSob au ah the .a theahteb beneath the us. t.iTP, ae, o vl recoT.redh a a -
s 9 w'- ". .. "' deroi, -dSfar down *empe h it thte ee of P. 1.P. [Prl-alv, s-.. etr n a '*
tug.. '. t th hl.t, ad yet not s P tokBoot andt Psoalumt, This wLs= 41i0 f a d ,........ Ch.dr. "

5 UeIsje aji*m II the hater drew 14 fort RH$UMATISM CURED. M u g m ....... 5 ;"
@y ai~rpoua "WL iS* M hate GouldaoIbly IornV's Binmil be glven ona paioag, {"',-a Isarm itmSMa

tbienotE MoSb e V o o l. he .a. ake what was O'Rellly's horro L4. UITYT *. I ne, 4.. .............. w .i.k
j > It. di .te thak the .l l we no P. P. P. MAZ ?.UHAoT o C =o.: .. ............... i
SBe, a o at two id bthe eodand G Ten-BHavliudetored with Rhe. o* .......................
m"'r-- ...... .1 pi, how 'or the flrat time -nattse for some lhee, *nd tried great ero as^ haBwr rlB. O t .V* J J
UNTO DEAT. slhoeria gtr bead, wes hurriedl; many remeMlee, but could laodnD ren cuianud.. .. .............. t..
g'1 i ret dy to strilse. .et until!oetd yerrg t ndben s l bonerU cy a........................6 %
1 z *ewOB .,.- a ., /a J 'ike it did, ant it *st only the cItai P P P. I recnimend it to ulei chser ', r*sanuncre5 m su( t.i. iE so ill
Ba ke later O'~Oem O .' o 0a miisituide of the weedstalks Inwhiob "g humanity. Yours ,,ru Srior pr( al ........... 1o lIa 1 | J
wiA opD ad.' i lay that savd the naturalist's hand POTDANIxR. a ,kers I B '
owSWhden -.m I hiD SRszrwlard XXX o.. m.. ..
Up in Putn.a, county, Just. short truing hon tr qlairness Newspaer reporters Wasted. ot er ..............l '
di-.t ce eant of Cold .pr.ngf on tils of thought a id nation grows to be We are informUd that the Modern xl. T ea ..... SO
lumoi,ls finouu place(pr themosat second nature with Mr. O'Reilly. A Press Assoclatton t one or two Cdeased M o ..... ...... M o
dl,,,rouc g'tiai to be toad in thi lkeap b cowardd earried him oat of newspaper correspondentU in thi ( inn ....... Tto
p.i ot the couUntry-thea opperhead. rune The next thing was to capture, county. The wut:k is lig'hti and can be do o elrndm ..?.. a0o -
b colnmon are tfhi.Be velo u s,iOkes 1if po lbl, tihe ser siaiks. for the .erturmed by either lady or gentleman, ko do Du'1. ............ .3. to .
taut hhters whet ineln Jug to trAmp' huntr had no tlhoikht of lettlni any P1vious ex perlece is not nece etrv, CanBed Vegmtsblel-No.uTom toes. to 1.10 .
. h bruuh the thick nudierbrushortlie o'jnoes essjps hln. aliJinT his and someBo our young men and wo- d N 'sao,.t o, ..|..IO 8 p mrrn ......
u1 nutrl reoed: whh uk sll the within oaptir in his left hant, and ilen and even old men would do well do No.a Marrow Poe ....... s o1 Nodd-Whnt have you done wth
o.tai about there wear h oavy boot gr;ppliug his stick firmly with the Ao secure eu.h a position, as we under- d o, pary l' i .... to ." that little dol of yours that woke a 11 b t Ir
w ing above tin knee for pruteoo., i r;ght., he pressed It over the neck of *taUd it takes only ahoutiooe-fourth of do No. i Brown lread I..u. s the neighbors up? (lot rid of hlm% 0 ( f t f0 p 0
,a tthe bits. I the ry hot and te ecod r.ple. Bt thi was ur ime. For further pasticulars Tab leIishI', otat.-lr blarrel... 2 o TOI- Y', we do't ned him now

tre ine sthoCkrprt of thr woods atvaTely, and ai de straight forw its b ea hormtebronforMseede...... A.dnT-y.

laund, n opulolobist wh nl in this nottoloseths eimen. O'Reilly fol at. 00 e 0cent; 50et teo u 2 s.... ...o u could keep your.f out of work a a ^t. t
eouutry tudying Ameroaon snarkem lowed, tramplindowr the weedsnd i cents For ele by Ackerman & Arrow .......... s without help from nybodyl- rper'
e oN r cfsirth Clit aoser ur .........3..4t l A i nl
and hp decided togo up to Cold Spring callint at the top ofhLs voloee: Sewart, druggists, Palaltka. Duke's hlutmuin, 2 os 30 'az ar.f
nd try to gt ome ooppre herhe ods av aerd Helps Copper- -- fIull lurhm, 2o s .............. .
imr. O'Reiy hi m had s xperienoes with heads Comrne n here quiokl"'t omn Lucy Httto ........... ..s .... .. ...... r loT Protedt Am .cnr. re oobra ot Aricas the ter- -l-t nce A crash lathe underbrush told their th -L it .brgalinuuyr .i.r................ ... WAslaTON. February 5.-The cru loo
ot the Westa Indie, the diamoad-baok scientist that help w coming, but it s owean woene iett................ i ers longer and Alert, now at San --
rttl ai of tbli country and most would be too lat for the capture of cl t ound........... Dego. t'al.. vill be dispatched to the IMMO D &
of the other venomous analkes known thi copperhead. A few yards oft w ca Sen F s etare............ld N ............... to west i cost olf Central America in a few ,
to u lpIoe, buts never did he oome refate for thie nke. A ilare rock p e day to e tht Aeri interear Ok Bond nd Brok
poa r o a disstrou termination of rested partly over anotherad smaller I'erl ... .. .................... S fully rroeeit. ld .P.r.
ite er a on i lttle t o h ea ngto one, leaniir agtste it l it aon angle of eDruv motda lNtt'. l ar. .... ......... .. I N ;;
Cold lpragf. Also he was teruate to fortfv-flT deArse to the ground, thus l .......i......... LINaOLN AND M'CLELLAN. NtW YOR CITY, N.
f the Wo e.ti.nte dia. on atry lileang tn openln bwabhiind the a r itUh i -..,. T. e a.ter n Ale. om w, ef a ........ 4
rs O pren pared for nythii n and darted 4ts hled. At the sightot blsf C~ pbeior t lors. ... ....... it oJ bfo e C beel* tocks, Bods and trin bfoort seDq 0
o th I n bo atln e namo es quarry thus eop plinr, thA e pursuer.frrew iHoefor.'s Bso Pr tion .o.... loraville, I itited the Army of the old, or carried o0 MT karg..
to WR noty a lery aor blda day h I okler Droppir g hie s tntok he threw r Al1.od ...............i..... to hir Potomany its headYuarte r la being then n N C

y to rfr o d Cold s pros with at himfeltdown upon st o ernoth found, rean herd eatL.. s a ..ts................I.... fP otlnul uut he.n ..- dssfsr xplutsw o'r r e
b on from this o ty. Thei two forward with hio unocag a pied hand and fi f trs .... L.... ......... ..i.... oompany.. We were detained en route inesbzey.5ms...etteraet 0
co l s to Ig U. i lanylo a, o lt o owabbed the fugitive d by the tail But sPeab.... nr.............0... i LNO LN At 'ran ybdyp In NEaropeo
Mldrugists Palat tu 2Sa s................... by tom and pnt one gt on

* r t who knows more about s i te ad not osnle late on the shape of CaltoriR alsl ...B............... .soo. board the steamer anchored in the Po- E. W I
hi s& h ay ole er fe l o n Putnathehatn e roo k oreisth and In a mhomen, to oultan .. o... .............. ..... Somo. In the oure of e onvrt.on n nr-
ad asked him for intormn hiso dismy, be sw the flat head of thite do so AtePoos.......... that eenoe the president wa Com- IH an n
> aith b the haunts of ta e cop. oemyl twist up from anothAer opening Cunatls...................... ...... 4 to e' miunltatioe and In a con dA e ia mood,
h reache bCtwln thp rowkh and slowly near his ta orasl loar. e.. .. .and discused the military sitnation 0 S OS AO O (ajcja
t bto t n er d oe g e r e. e --rfth e runcc ieA a g e=,r-ck-- T --re..........T................ w d aystoin icn'fset r et arto. a Bnd-y ande tor.

ch ti.w fo-w-r wi... and ai tlh th. and .n, ha.. ...... ....... ...y I.P stin
tLyti ithre u isina barrn of elt asted th e Mr. O'ie lly thea Bperusae Pea........ .............. ... toe. a a Wwuld W e wi re,
What o re you m olag to that he felt a drop of venom ae flus as1 aliornIa llB1oos s............ to. :o t!. knew that hies din alwored provok orCe i n......ty rh n
H eak withr' hrom the fanute to his cheek. Bat the .Pure Wheaf Fedb per ep$Mlhs.. I1..l popular indignation and shako tht- o s ht ttoa /r1 '
an mruanutan.Nt..... ................,SOaot p pn h edfi leduo-

h 'sroarotntd"sid Mr.OrBleuyo. iso di.coans t resaoh any further g Apes ... |a t Insigl off th2e eoue cnthern4l ee

lting Along stil c oroked t one till, It was an alarmint position. If ritsandMi. per b... ............ .... to... of the war." Very soon after the ba ias bnd.
i-d a blr ba. "I nl the > ow O, Reilly let go the anake wold be Res i n n i t Proof Ot.,per bh......... .. so t1e of Chancellor;ville, and before the :A1 good wannerr.ted f h nd eM,
a rption aut.f of sp. in s u ten thmikeoe hoakn ani d slh eahisindit demoa rprb.........rl teofhateveningthe preo sient wf rth.........O..

s ,d, down by putting (be i. po hl boere he could ttoh ton., ., to, battle of Gettyhbure was thought, the i t. W N.DrOO
E tU oei k and then I drop him Ifet. ab itpoition was not only pan- || ott S .d Swpr ton.... s0 n>o.,< old rumor of MeClelHan'a recall again C.mrU ad .A
h l e. fond there you are." h ul. bnt ery twrier, and he felt that |. C L ed |^ ? aBkg ................ withmuc Ch.f.edom a Z n Sp eak ofMid

"woeb claid the old man, "I'd hato e he could not hold out on The cap- Lolmnt o rbbl.......... 1. to.00 sternation of many of Lincoln' friend
t inuranoe policy o your t n his left hand was writhing and JUTAI ADULT. Pltr P perlsbl.............. .otoa..s in Wo ahinton. This reported wa mora e '"
Ianr- epre iosin a aryrl o indingt about his arm, and, worst of tAReRANTe. airOOoo.. than usually vigorous and plausibok. n
mi nt keb hunter laughed. and ll, Lsak her had evidently mieur d hiser. ** h ToHmbpr booker's failure at Chancello tsville, l \
iinotalongsi:reoLianyea Forlthe directs.n, a.irtmi Ju thio. e s ...e .ound *...I ...... ef Ptoma cftheaq p trcesls and t blow which hi military pr lmla lmWr es
ail.bag C.ald.d ai with he corn I" wM' elral luonthe. oa.h, onu bedpeArT 0llls-.......TOINEb tofo had einerod Ite cor..teobt, -a 5m5 l Ha.n

sTward noon t capeon ery Icdernbe diStenee woy. The hton hs5 ATTORes ~ i of oan idvly arn for I e as sd c b r
Wi-th ainr, arn, tfter wp ,ot seemed a lon A rsCal rumor. sofclull anw.' Or eal nins w isomrwntrength, I cha l c a i to be Io Cer e asegsdS e
onfek aly'ns friend wenth o f ft dilte ho on waset oh an.ttot S e a e the b at ily o.f ittye -roe m at the whitdt se U
Stliln e ag apLorean oa n s lald bushes -nd rtan to the prostrate Por ale by A ihAx rTIWAl wn peae la s Cns. rALA s house, where the president, Mr. Lin. L e........... ,
or, .' N rO, ,, on o ,............... bt o a see ot m, u and slegs, tother grea hon-
rl lsa ser mn. but e rror, he hd not d ll bout tounhe The p bled, whe an mndieraneet younrlesdy"te
otonsorihe r mniPlf" tnihntwd aoa s writhing9 an u#ad nA UtS la se .Aliple.............extra ordinary question: mr. P satilI I

*s tlat o he d t ws e ando wrllt oh enigCr i... ..retatteman ed o inraon thte -I u 10l ,. ...
a nSGrachen poi.y tide Wocu AsetTAIL h e^ sihihtartuati L ATON, M. D.

n w alked oand h scom sepoasrucka hn AundenerbrT sh Cs o ebh Nl ..I I can td the rblo h cat t aern r .bly HOMidyPATHISTr 9d.
veryhedernaina..f bth edist a O'Re illy thoeughutr, u r sack loUa.d......u ito 0. oc ess mplyec aseI

Ssgoingto.theer ftup ow l t e to.ap oroppnd ofre O ,ofolinoe -llWl vEO ....T.. ...A.

OR hall's srind p wnted on tsthe my. mantbu rs te rout. the.... Vltc 1.o10Ua. e o ko wta td Lincoln, who pat near me, put IenmdchnCorBd oMa l n and Firetemt.a
,*asi ithl n f tb Thes adannsm tohio the prost.oBura t the to eae1Foor, perbyilk Mel a ba..1' ioi t het folam i intin -r lookm at e thewioweso". I we

snkexplor e an o an f oT her.ld.toe.l d.n d.
'a .... .. I t i h y r f turely pa ed ion waethr tt h e
Sa big bg. -I su," tod that coup. er letdgnthe snak wuald bea010.0. b--*.... S otoNNt.C b e bled wof sa orhen an i andibcre t yon eg l adAys
d ownb yoputre loitnos icr Wh at's that youeghiog there"ther ... nt..i .c goln toboe recallee

M.PM1b149W.Hrl tpsr on..X!!iM (26.ffl battleYof O attulls waBit, wso th e I T U 1111 09
th e bag, and wohe e opperhed fuli. hbutIvery t andhiheDfeltnrt tot the.IaLin eedoft e d Army. of ti.e ....L 0 .

not holde ofoT ou long. Theac He L 1 '

grewH fscet.Bi"'us. ,.e1The ('arthl Tbh tuedloof wh wt s et but
l thea' a nd hisalpoiarbear. Can'tayouneae for WINE, oreP end ar wbog inh.ertio
an rancp overin yourself If you're throh askig .' S. P timatedtot Thiepresideontwthat mahehd H
:1a b a 1otmh eu al usIm otanedli.,a usii
Tpsnakelaughed, and allLauberh p adyo 'll dthtlyba isandhelpsrK Mofa ilureat an deul nO F M E N '
open"" .. ttd -.b tlesau ,a.e, might be some ground for the g general O P -' r .
nu yea openfr the anhe blow ihits military pros
U A Inl][-is tnu.lIell,
walkednhis. lo m-liewaintosthebag. afer whiru h Wiscon-Mr .j ?-on a vre
To'aedpnoon tnoversdaleto Teu r tIer.on duf very edelookr and, turning,
y +r... ho benedi hisngun barrel down over n Peep ebelre e, sid cinan undertone: "And yonhrtoo'f sii. sdeye-s ." o on,
Ipet't whenM he the ,- @ he's head. Foaring, how-... ................................. instantlyrecalled our conversation a be frnte d.
UReq tiwghrend bend.on woldll or injure ................ C IL=voaS onthe steamer, and aypolo izedforamy themnail. tes.e

buse. a toithepreptieFurn sWaleby .............Wi lal t, Pei ndi. Car Ie Martin."--Nolh ByCuts, a Con-
.41 a ,.ouew.weetepoinMr ce TheLie-u.
",an, M3ko.Your Own f o..-, who +..eT ATTOfi3NM AT lA

m, of ebttledofwhien nlui, is y the soiL IUTLabo dI IR.,
hand. all .Murlphwith JnmoiMA Eoaroeo Vid ,. "y ,
Thr,?" ,e1s"i"w ithwe1wrh n e of wh11k;lan gto ea lle d

.1il.hLm y ooin. flrat repgrve s direel, lppons4, ,4 est ly"e"e n",,

gosielK. m naC 'dl7W. e In

e T ti y-LT
hereke he Rsid and p Tbacc &WAlto) oo jonin in he anvesaton, in
bad s lolr er.Ca 'ueeo'" E9 QIR M GRLbil"Xs"l "r' tmte t heprsiet.ha.s.e.a


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hdre aenud o r eeiled

e v the Coanty Commne .
ft#Wr due daliberlioli It
ord6td tha the feed
ot for ding Ilte*pri%
S, months of.Deoomber and
e *Mwed. The remlader of
,s"a, d over for future so.
7'euch a timeu as there may be
e es te6i treaulryto pay them'.
Treau retor Lilieontla presented his
"t"soseat of warrants paad for the
ietalsofh December, which were chedk-
a i oruet, found correct and ordered filed.
arehad vee, Treasurer Lilienthal also presented
On I. ~"- .. i aaes slate eat of funds on hand Febi
Oa sot1o D .l I Nary 1, 698, a6 follows:
bid for medie .tteuu4ang at br Geas e nue fund..... 4 97
oneyearatW40pe a ad 0WWaSRoado ad............... 1,254 68
Commiseloner NO W6It 'tidge Fund ............... 37 42
Ie reian to brId l hIs tM;. Total ............. $1,761 07
ch. eunavoidablea Collector Blanchard made his
'adsm.... o wa .. r ad hs. repo ka"e collected for month of
I-to y .s-ijmaul RevenueFund....$ 482 08

A nmarmnletouwrread frp 54............... 00
-". M1a0n, complaf-in-of e e 8ibool Fund....... 86408
o of l .................... 1,9741 007
i.ises,.oer pog. --m- N .T *.. .. L ( Iress d

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On motion it was

ordered that the

,eler notify Mr. Griffth, the occupant,
a&l notify the owner of the fit. George
Hotel, that anles they pay the last bill
paid Marlen Griln Co., of $91.99 for
Olsnl* o at the county sewer, with
which the hotel is connected, and ebhal
eoqiame to pay each blls la the ftot
when wny sass eoppege shall .eee
be maed by the aosoal ooet
w the ewey, aad i thew .

ju ean ss e ft a tkat -

"ense tf *im.iotse ,Ae,

r elidtna. DWutw presonb It ,
mudloat jenrul5 mMwand' It, k ad
me* tn M *Shea *athea are n uas
it is pleds of lpareorie, Bateman',
Di)pe, s aulled eetlafg evrpe ad
other Warete and tepeis remedies.
Oast ris the quoaketthig to Ireu-
late &e atoemah sad bowels ad ive
healthy .lip the world ha ever seen.
It t pleauaat lt ihe tast and abso.
lately hualams. t alieve ooutipa.

t m, quleta tasa, eores diaTrrh and
wind colio, allays fev laness, de-
etroys worms, and prevents eonvul-
slof, soothes the child and give it
nfreehbln and mnairal sleep. asjtoria
is the chlldrep's paaacea-tbe mother's
castoria is put n Io n one-lse bottles
only. It Is hot sold in bulk. Do.'t
allow any one to sell you anything else
on the plea or promise that It is "Just
as good," and "will answer every pur-
See that you get "C-A-8-T-O.R-I.A.
ThD O fIoe- aan l l
to,.t A wrapper

WaSMOTON, D. C., Sept. 28, 184.
DM SAns--I have a little boy thir-

n months old, and I have been gis-
him Osatorla siise he was four
nths old. He has never had a ay's
knme, although he' was teething
Nug the hot summer months, and
in give all the credit to Caro. He
w wpighsM*N6 pounds.
o hereafter I wilt always recom-
id Cautorla to ae my friends as the
t medicine to give children, not
y when they re teething but for
ir complaints for which they suffer
n. Your truly,
EDINw C, MyXsm.
Theo City Attermerslp.

filter TImae-uratlil.
As the coming year promises to be
one of unusually hard times, the action
of the COty Council In taking on the
expensive luxury of a $6000 Oity Attor.
ney is not universally relished. The
fact that one Attorney was engaged at
a salary exactly twice that for which
the services of another could be se-
cured, does not Improve the flavor of
the medicine. It will not be claimed
that the service of the latter could not
be as effective as those of the former,
hence a oe pprison is unnecessary.
Perhaps the explanation lies n the
fahot that th'efsd gentleman engaged
as Attorney is a Republican, while the
leading spirit of tie Counell is high in
Demoratie council, aad especially
about convention and election times,
is conspicuous by his efforts spaltt
the "enemy," and his' dear to.put a
good Democrat in a Republilean's
place. The gentleman whose eervicese
won played at 1900 Ia s 4o a prualaesat
Democrat. What an example of .p4d-
neso to an "enemy" s the aiteo iof
the Demooratto osacil I. 1, PAT.AkA.,

Dypepelaseldoqi coaus depth, -
parmlth W victimet o 'live eo k .
w,. Hi 'al aapl bia-

to "tWhiss r -
Iw, i, ale.,
they vwi w t4 eu fewe" told
.ao7ry Ca oi4e weultdirh his e int
Sad sel ga it oi 41~ft4 stole, "Piot
r-us flat sad q sal% N." If not
ornjee, the mom g else; for man-
kind to the a waIP wll neverr ve g up
the ship." And bow thasnful we
ought to be that we Iwo In Florida and
have the prospect of a fine dewberry
orop. Bow could we .mmer-loving
people exist to a land of snow and Ice?
Asm "Hu 0" is accompanied by
her attend, Brownie Nimble, the
death of little news items will not be
wonderful. Nimble being an active
elf, could sitp silently around and gather
much more Information than we poor
noley mundane mortals.
The cold and rainy weather we have

had seems to be giving a harvest to t
dentists. Mrs. W. P. Wright a
daughter, Miss Annie, have gone
the Gem City for Mrs. Wright's rell
Miss Annie remains on a visat to I
friend, Mrs. John Q. Tilghman. Mi
Fred Lombard and her lively lit
"Crown Princess," are also on t
same errand. Mr. Rogers has not go
yet, but he bhas broken off a tooth tl
bad been filled, and he says, "thi
goes four dollar' worth of gold II
Ada and Mr, Percy Pullen set out I
Wednesday. Mr Percy 1s on the sa
cheerful and exhilarating business.
this rate the dentists will soon becot
"bloated bondholders."
Our beacon light is now in charge
a (Georgetown man, who Isto also keep
of 1our other light. Mr. Rooeed fou
It very oon iing, ae his Interests are
varied and widespread that an on
slonal absence was unavoidble. ]
had, however, a very eodient subs
t atin Mr. W. Fox, who has char
of Dr. Crill's place on the Island. d
Reed sad Mr. Fox were both very I

tentUre and punctual In IlghtUin and
extloguishlag the lamp at the propel
Miss Jobephine Toa4line, of Irake
Gq rge Point is enjoying the hospital-
Ity f Mitse Eth Wright, o olhain
Park, while-Mi Wright and Miss An-
is are abeeoL *
Mie Susde Pobert, sj er 6f Mrs.
Strange, has (9one away to visit another
sister. It is not a matter of marvel
that our citizens li t to take a little trip
occasionally on such a st mer as our
Star and with such a captain.
The good people of our lovely Edoa
Land are maaioos to add to Its lti-e.
tltono and are dlasolug way and
means of raising money t* build a
charh. oBmanyof the tourists who
ne pleasun eekiag n our fair State,
are such large-hearted, I rial-minded
people that we shall ventuse to ask for
donations e as e as. oar lIan hr.
ranged for publication. Webopeathese
will be eq one here who wql raise a
disseaoent voice, for we ll trust, and
have taken dur motto, hbe ae that
hai been adopted by the KfB gh
teor, "In his name." 9 or ho; t0 lit.
Ua o paybeablto do, tlw'''of
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