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: March 8, 1895
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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: VID00068
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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SPRING and SUMMER


CLOTHING


TO COME IN MEANWHILE WE WILL


SELL ALL HEAVY eHT.CLOTHING


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iVA- -I -'A I- FR 70'lR'h 8 1WV,


for these Imitations and substi-
tutes, they are poor stuff at the
best and Increase your misery.
Take Simmons Liver Regulator
only. You will know It by the
large red Z on the face of every
package and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi-
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness
and Sick Headache.

lAKEL EIu!oR ONLY
. H. EU & CATO., Phl Pa
L H. ZEIUN & CO., Philad'a. Pa


T HE Royal Baking Powd

purest and strongest baking

der made. It has received thet

award at the U. S. Gov't official U ,

tigation, and at all -the Great rni.

national Expositions and World's Pairs

wherever exhibited in competition wit ,


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others.

It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest,

most wholesome bread, cake and pAstry.

More economical than any other leaven-

ing agent.


M ARBIED, D OYA
Sunday morning, at 9 o'clock, at the O NI
Baptist Parsonage, by Rev. J. E. Oates,
Mr. Dan G. Sanford, of Quincy, Fla.,
and Miss Annie Turner, of England. Operllouse.
Both these young people are well lptiss-Sunday, morning service,
know here. Mr. Sanford has been 1 am.; Suonday School, 8 p. m.; B.
in the employ of the El Perfecto Cigar Y. P. U., 6:80 p. m.; evening services,
Company since its establishment, and 7:80. Subject of evening's discourse:
is a general favorite among his asso- "Bfi7scence7 of Spurgeon."
plates. Mitd Turner also has many JAXM MBTrODITr CHURac.-
friends. Geiral Class Meeting at 10.00 a. m.
THr TmIXs-HRaALD extend con- Soaday. Preaching by the pastor a
gratulatilons. 11:00 a. in. and 7:80 o. m. Sunday
T'e many friends of Mrs. P. Con. BShool at 8 p.m. Prer meeting Wed-
neely in this city will be pleased to O y at 4 0 P. m. A special lnvit&.
learn that she s rapidly recovering O e M tended to strangers. Seats ar
from her recent severe illness.in Jack. b nadalla welcome
sonvlle. M t. L B. Olmutead, one of Pomona's
Or. PhiM'C gr0 am BalgP proutneai*s ottoieV, wa to th city ye-
W~'sts PeWr IUet Awu. terday.
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Cemetery
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AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Mrs. H
dresumal

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AT COST. -"uln
speotfull]
ladlesi a
xlg here
ARA AJPI-very cow
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A FULL LINE e .s-m ,mA. "o,
lo--w-"- F- "ourth.
li-a- sw (Mw & oi M I.w tiltW 1 UI ilml DRY
OF LADIISS'Am = a- ----nv.Se emrfvenia.anp..MMR IES,
eggwws* eadmusI
SSamples
eed fror
WHY 131TV A ouds
of thenh
OXFORD TIES and SLIPPERS, New Sewing Machine ?

When You can make Yourd Last for Years whosoo
playing
IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. Longer by ATTACHING 'MART'S NEW Pl IN ALL SHAPES AND S. .ted
SWINGING TREADLE? o, sebo
WHICH WILL OPIBATB IT BAS lB, aald 8W MUCH FaAB'o ee
than any new Machine, hod witboh t a to ook. Th o atura swlal of bort t
your foot opges it. One of t Tmsle dte aesa on a White lewlag arrMted
S)btaPorof the dArlinagto ~a took t i. The o
S.prie isit h i ekmob ofbWir0 tlTNy etaro rM ip en. axd.w
All we ask U to al)w us to try on yop oe, sad if theydo not abotW
work satifsWtory we oentt etO mTn a eek



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h of Mrs. E. 8. Barrett. I
S. Barrett died Friday night,
residence on Third street, of
iase. The funeral took plaoe
morning at 10 o'clock, and the
rere laid at rest in West View
irrett was well known ina Pa-
ying resided here for many
'he deceased was in her 74th
was a very active and untir-
er in her home and church.
i an only son, who resides In
ork, but was present at the
and a grand-daughter, Mrs. A.
Wae, who resides in this city,
ber loes.
'IMm-HuzALD and numerous
extend sympathies to the be-
amily, and recommend them
who sald: "Blessed are they
urn, for they shall be con.-
I. E. Armistead, Dressmaking
atest styles, by experienced
ker. 2t
Millinery Openalg.
H. E. Armnitead desires to an-
he arrival of her new and ele-
of Spring Millinery, and re-
y invite Inspection by the
Palatka, as well a those visit-
s. The prices will be found
siderate and the quality superb,
thingof the profusilon. ltyle.
treet, between Third and
(UODB, SHOES, GRpCE-
MATTING, CARPETS, ETC.
your mail ordme and write for


and Prices. oodW quarin-
m 8. B. BoND.
ay afternoon at 18:58 the root
1tnam Cottag, which was oc-
by Mr. Walter Thoroasand fam-
discovered to be tl lamas.
m was soonded and promptly'
ed to by the fire department,
n had four atreems of watat
with good effect on the burn-
iture. Meanwhile willing hands
an removing lhe furniture and
Id elects to a place of safety.
ely little damage was done be-
y coald be removed. After aI
me the career of the seae wM
and Snally daxtdbedl. The
ath prope o. LowrIt
Sdaud to the amot ot
100; r aleInd.
ave piWeM health on amot
e bleed, ad the beet way to
tblowd bs so toeo Bso

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At i be Putnam House Thle Ivealag.
Miss Rachel brothers will give a,.
entertainment at the tutnam oseU"
under the auspices of the Ladies' A. .
Society of the Presbyterian Chulreb, .,
this evening at &:80 o'clock. The f
lowing program will be ."i r ,si

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Car of Thaaks.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas -% ro .
to thank every one who so kldlya
elated them in removing furniture from
the burnlng buNdl g Monday; also t
the fremenwbk so, prmptly r des d
to te alarm. and wbe ued eery pi .
cadiso against damaging furniture by ."


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years of qmh y and YloMy d -
wishess a =b10on fom 0'0 u
day of. s Wie.. Widow '
Tlady refeiable. A lld 1 e w
be adrMtabe. AddruM h
Time.4H0rsld office, Pala). Iaf L
The prang B'W"om aoasteate '
In tne med r.d most poumlaMr flas
in the oPy. First-olass fare at Mes-*
able sate. '
Meas.. G. C. (oloeutd obett
Calrnes will leave Monday fo. Tl ,
where they go as rop ne eafthw t
Grand Lodge Knl of
eonvenue iu that eay on .
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row on of the beet aboa
tant In Palatka are here .
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*- Soutnhrne
Railwayi

a logical land In-
ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUT.
ome reek divies in our city
our people. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, .
R Rev. S. A. Hager, the Prenid-
ln EBider, preached a sermon of inter C0nPARTBWNT CARS, DINING CARS,
hen eat at 7:30 p. m. for the Grand United THOROUGHPARB COACHES. VBS11BULED TRAINS.
In- Urdes of Odd Fellows.
The A Woaxa You Cnar.
with'inowt ad; aId, ....------ WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
lookedoIn that picture- I- -
to obsney atly doI in I sWorta, s t TWeat.
W. jh maat toot ttoo aGood EAL.
its aso m we m not to t blamed HEALTH ALL TRAINS DAILY. 4'L A. TRAIN lAILY. D ASL
Sweath, ed'I don't believe .c.P..... lssem 4I5pm Lv .Jasmosvll P.0*.&. *1pmo Impa
7 4(et there s a oraoker In the State that Se1 p .... 10 PatM *pm vlmntt, o lten. i I gs-
ls wahte d any such clleatic condi-. mb., outhea.... 00m Atlat, "n 412s s114am
lt, ... ,00Ipm o 40 am "Chatt o9u. "12am 710pvs
1 ame aswe havehd dho winter, bt *b ut. 8. Vc.SeiSSto ....... 7
-easuroe our Boston friends that 1 %" 1 11am *rs, Ar.U0unnl.. leathers. 12ono,102p
we e not going to starve drgoa beg- BOILS, ULCERSo. ..ewtYo, -..... pm l .m K..*.A.1000p 7 25am
ahg, even if we have had two freeze PIMPLES, SORES A. A.eib.uouthe ....................... l s..., S pm am
ma" I one winter. We have not lost bood I sl. A fAes d I w
he maorbacks nor the seed of sweet btlyma I I oaIS For full lnformatloi apply to any Agset of this great Railway
p Latoes. Cow peas will still sprout, am R e system, or Is eo.ectima.
adU iV our alligators do get on skates CLEARED AWAY St m ts
ed skip up to Boston Harbor we fts.~ItbtlebMtbloodNoimBds0th V W. A. TURK, L A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,
kip p to Boston H r, e ner l Pass. Agent Ass't n'l Pass. Aent, t en'l Pass. Agent,
.bem plenty of catfish left, and these, "H r ilWASHINGTON, D.. N.OnXVILLC., TNsH. ATLANTA, BA.
ath 'possum, coon and other game, Th.,"M'SS
will afford us a sumptuous vlng for a Jo W. D. ALLEN,
Sew years, when this awful winter will s F 0 .Fl Plorida Passenger Agent,
ie forgotten and Florida will be as 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, PLA.
good as new. One fellow wants to
know "What we were going to do?" A Fll anDd new line of
Do? Wh stay right hereand build u Fancy and Plain Crockery, t
*ur losses a" quick as possible' The
orange trees that have been frozen to Glassware and Lamps, at
t ae ground will perhaps sprout from LILIENTHAL'. P Pimples, Bltches
the roots, and if they are well attetndledd --a O So
to wilt make a rapid growth n srens. -4 U
commence to produce fruit. The trees IN CIRCUITCOURT FOR PUTNAM and Old Sores
Se not all killed, however; some of COUNTY, FIFTH JUDICIAL d PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT -0
them will produce fruit this eason. ('IRCUIT OF THE STATE OF AND POTASSIUM Catarrh, M-\ i ..
We will plant corn, beans, potatoes, FLORIDA-IN CHANCERY. Ma Trouble
,make our own hay. We will cut down41 H. I oyod' orosr ---- Makes .Nd Kidney Troubles --
exDenses and live within out Income, Jonathanc.reeleyetat. Mortgage. al bP -
however small It way he. We 'will avng a TE COMd'LA- e Marvlou Priky Ash. Poke and Pot
avoid store debts as badly as we would herein his belle that the defendant, Lewelly t bldot pirtavlu
he fer We w p.Tinkhain. Iso over the age oi tweuty-one years, i -arth
the yellow fever. We will pay as we andt that his place of re.dence is unknown., In B100 r 0oiso L.. 0...u.yg0., July 1,19 -
it it ordered that the said defendant, Lewellyn ido-- IMMss LI"am 111 B1o1.., 11van61003ale
go, saving everything that can be rinkham.doappeat to the tfu filed in this Q -LCI SuaIMS-I! bogh abottleo
meved. So that when we can get our or, onorbefo beru leduA8L, Dnm PPPS ts
head above water there will be no clerk's omce, in Paltka Fla. le en tree bot aS o 0. 0. D.
mud clinging to our locks, and we will lisuhe one a week for eight conseeut ve weekend of
not be compelled to take the accond in Tala tkaDorid. a newspaper .u1is Abrde.own onty, b. F
dip to work off our heads. That's Witnea my hand end the seal of said Cir. P.- P. .p.~e Prib s .beM* d eac.
cult Oourt this th day of Janury, A. .D8w. 1.d-thZa 1`60w l 9t11 ha, om 1nonmp ahtwort'
whhat we will do, and will show the (L.s,. JUoPM PRIKB, Clerk. et athetaS l an r hpoti r27i-Mo0
A. J. CO11B10P, Complainant s foliclt, or. I I ofor seaerel vt&ma'a--- i
makers that Florida Is a long way lez-sw 0aarS.O ; fidrealgoe o r upo. i
thm being dead, or her people des- Ilier;,ar" and tertiary
r pendent. dIN CIRCUIT COURT FOR PUTNAM t meD.mt-? w .e -?"l m
Our land is all cleared, fenced and COUNTY, FIFTH JUDICIAL -a, iple
set in trees. Our soil at Federal Point CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF J* Sip.S c'am. scainew .n
is productive and will produce any- FLORIDA-IN CIIANCEitY. ?aTrlsf. lothaotlS,&m D i .g:iJa" ,
thing that grows. We have our build- Erskine H. Reynolds., I dpe rim. --dr M8PLu1 MaU.;i- V -3f -
Imp, our homes, all in good shape. We anAdmonostrtor o enn non Forec sure eP.or
a- not badly in debt, and all that is Charles 0. Reynolds, deceased, Mortgagee B.fleeo net M. a- an ".mo. .
aseeasry is to take right hold with a J. c. Oriay et y t. I '-iSA.o55Sl sionorremtti se .T "1, -
hurt but not "knocked out" by a long heren hise Wtf h ne u 0 n h e wl BE n. efesae. at ma
way, and I see no reason for despon- Tinmd Wl R I seOr, ate over te ip f mf '
deeCy or for desertion. Your corre- ngeoftwentyron uyelis, and thae the ir laoof Owa. iwuhi f '
ipendent has a large number of acres said defendants, John Whiley, Lewellyn B. ,& Dm.slft s V a,. -* (I
Sat t orange trees, but these acres are thebillt fted in this Court, on or before t ule aidie e
= t lthe ma ketto be sacriflceld or a"Ydil APRI dLA D.eOtheist he en-t, DLLl S.. .... .. S
die.srted; for we believe that the day orde a a: 0_ sja IJPPMAN Bu11 0
.It is furte r ordered that this or.1" bepub.t
t close at hand when their productive ,alloo a week f oreight a tn tr a sA-- 15oum .
aepcity will be as good as ever, and so int0n ,ms a e-rald, a -newspapcr publishedS ato. .me"afS, U ,.. mmeek .v m
kia with us all. I i2 h band amd the seat o id-
It Isw st.uit Court th2 8th ay of Janu D. 18.,
f "Avis" will forgive me, I would CJon0 ert k isc.,
e to be informed as t her meaning AJ Cosmrr-, Complainaat's Solicitor.
"fSL^ -:40 to the different religious -w
says "that man was created flon. William N. Sheath, State Su- MAGNETIC NI RVINE "Doesn't this goose se-m to be as
a free moral agent to choose either perinteidentof Public Instruction, 'eftM tough as rubber, papa?"
jood or evil," and that the method of last week for Cleveland, Ohio, to at. Is s d with w"Ittes "Yes, Bertie. It does"
sdeomption from our sins is through a tend the national convention of State A r "But Idon't suppose, pipa. that his
belief in Christ," or nearly that-i. e., Superintendents, which Lonveued there a- robb oit i much to make him tdry w ughe goe
f", I later that to be her meaning. In my on the 19thl. f'r. Seats carried with ea da it is to keep him dry when hegoe
a. previous item I mentioned the esti- him an invitation from the city coup.- Tob.o andoo. swimming, s it?"-Harper's Young
Sated number of believers of other cll and mayor of Jacksonville for the *B aOIE sot People.
ereeds that have neither knowledge or Superintendents to hold their next tr. l'o w o Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
falth in our Bible or Christ, and the meeting in that city. Mr. beats also ~ A Ds. se'O Bes" Most Perfect Made.
asoLoa s rim anMotPeraectdMade.
believers or followers of Christ are far has letters from all the transportation tr t a se os of e. EBLI I If" OIa.
to the minority. Now, what is to be lines, promising he usual courtesier, m ae to an rei Distressing K.dne and Bladder die-
the flaal condition of these heathens should the next meeting be held in oneIMx w. wl*serarderowegvm easea relieved In six hours by the "New
aMd believers In other doctrines. If Florida. 'trnritst.amte saisr bem0u Mon. 3reat South American Kidney Cute."
Christian religion 1. the only true 1100 Reward. 100. co Thos newreedy isa great surprise on
S alou-lf a belief in and a following The readers of this paper will be ACKERMAN A STEWART relieving pain Inthe bliJder, kidn3 a,
SObChdig is the only true means of al- pleased to learn that there PI at less back and every part of the urinary
sadN i what will become of the great one dreaded disease that science has P ALATIA, FLA, pmasoges n male or female. It relieves
of believers tn other oreeds or been able to cure in all its stagm, and rtention of water and pain in passing
Whh of all h r that is Catarrh. Hal1a aterrl b Cute .. ost Immedte. If you want
-- .-I o, .. ,. the.onlypositive known to the *3S it .1 ,nUe*Bdce 1f yoS r drug-
rdT~ f Is mna a "free moral conatitutional disease, roauires a con' l, t lk .
t SMl he hd his idea of stitntional treatment. Iall's Catarrh --- #.-
seaoknd into Oa(e is taken laternally, actiug directly AS PM. A Pl UVY YouT runno risk. All druggists guar.
S& pom the moblood meoous surfaces or m gIpantee Grome's Tateless Chill Tonic to
?m-' .'S-- a. he system, thereby destroying the "L' doathatJo ttthe manufaoturers cla tfor
fiai* rnM, umadu'tersted foundation of the disee, and giving ii. Wyrmsnted no o urs no pJ There
"l u Ip ly found ib the puent tn b biding up the are moy Itados. To e the me.
(^ ecoer. J. ealttlon ai n han nature itos For sale by Acmxaxx A Srawarf, un taef Grova's. Sold on it.
doing its.ork. The prorieto merits. o'cuare no pay.
tv oe s mch aith n I curatvo pow- Druggist ann Sole Agents, Palat. For 5de3 by Aekeorman & Stewart,
M Meblastisma Ca- Ite for sayease thatlt fadl tocuie. Fiu. apl8 .- ,
1s)Iohee and the Se d for list of takeslolas ... ........
sesag skin dis- Adsn, 1,. J. CasT A Co. ST.. AUQU STINE
dt d rdratgista,7 T.pdo, O LIFE SEEDS Marble and Stone
''a mud uementtious ]k.'rlete battery, who wa the 'SS
:Sck eC oodar. aue pf the dietrbance ia SAvannah W orks.
eoeur5 i y. Wuus to makB er sf- .eag -. o .,
$1ktl d 0nMest to epen la Atsta. nt
i ,me o" l^w_,' i B
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LBDrnarlig Ferleizr

OF WAWTUOOIlT, B. I.
WE AL.O CARRY IN TOOK Potah, Nitate Sods, Kalt,
Bone and Beef Soraps, Sulphur, Cotton Seed Meal, obeodo 8 rte '
Plaster and Ashes.
Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacko
sonville, Florida.
Bear of 6 WEAT BAT STREET, on River Front, midway betwe,.
Main and Laura Streets,
[rSEND FOR POCKET MEMORANDA BOOK.


The Clyde Steamship Co.









New York, Charleston and Floifda Lines.
Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appoint-
ed to Sail as follows:
Calling at Charleston, S. C., BothWays:
Prom New York, (STANDARD TIME.) From Jacksoaville,
(Pier 29, E. R.) 8TEAMIRsI. Florlda.
ALGOO Q .....undy, r. 3rdt .
SRMINOLE ......uesday th, t 11.00 0.
Friday, Mar. let, at 3 p.m..... ... IROQ.....Thursday. I r. th, at It .
Tue y, Mar. that p.m...... CHEROKEE ... ..und Ma. 10th, at
Friday, Mar. 8th, t p.m. ...... ALGONQUIN ......Tu Ma. th, at
Monday, Mar. Ilth at a p. m... .... BBMINOLE .....B.und, I,7th, t I
Wednesday, Mar. lth, at 3p.m....... IROQUOIS Tuday, th a M
Friday y, Mar. t, p. ........ CH K ......Thurs y, M .
Tuesday, Mar. lth, a iap. m........ ALGOUIN .und. nd .M4,at
Friday, Mar. 2d, t3 p. m. ...... MINOLE ..... trsn y, M th, i
Monday, Mar. th, at p.m........ IROQUOI ......undy, M .
Wednesday, Mar. 27h, at 3p. i........ CH ROK ......Tu day, Apr. t
Friday, Ma. 2th, st ap. m....... ALGOOqUIN ......Thunedy, Apr. 4 at


CLYDE'S T.AJOHNS RIVER LININ
The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers
"CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," *
( AND
"FREDERICK DeBARY,"
Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 8.80 p. m., and PalatIa at
8:45 p. m., daily (except Saturday) for Sanford, Enterprise and Intermedlate
Landingp.
Leave Sanford, 9.00 a. m., and Enterprise, 9.80 a. m., and Palatka 9 p. m.,
daily (except Sunday) Tor Jacksonville and Intermediate Landings.
OSeeral Puaenger and TlekeqOttflee, 8 W. IBaSEAteet.Jaksmavtut, l, .
K. a. CLYDs. A. T.M, i. .M. ItONMtOmBJ. ., Ie ] e's
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KS. FLORIDA,
r the pastNine Years been importing and
,t of the kEcoomic, Fruit and Ornametal
i tropics and waim uounMries of the world.
nnumerate their various species of all the
id plants that we have In this limited pae;
sted send for ouT catalogue. It tells thq
ok Is second to none in lase and q=al4.
slow the lowest. Make your was kimown
d we will cheerfully aid you Il making esles.
r particular lo ality.
playing for catalogue we shall appreciates
dly mention this paper. Address
R. D. HOYT,
Seven Oaks. FlA.
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Por Pie wes.
*0 ao .I, Is ieponible for astly of man's (and woman's) pphys- ndstry, is the
St o 4p wha. I toIMd to, a d woo-but the pie needn't be' por, and it may the winter. lorl
-I idi y ilamd of woe. ow ? Use nothing but country subject to the
aIA tsB e. fom1 shortening Ond the pie crt bring e ddt ide tructio
lam IS TpMea 4 I lj, p d flio thea delicate, flaky, delidous,and so holthfbal that even a nge groves. The mi htl
"my ogbra isN at n able-0a tok iues yseittostand dyspeptic can eat feel of it and be frmalayasbre not sumeleant
& mmy= toe ove"Ftheh boue As the rsak comufortble. COTM NB can't be from a Siberian northwaster.
S am tiaMsnd of dthe army e ar n d so lands of the South Sea arme oft
N t. m .ls mealhed s eoalled as a shortening, sad 15 a by an icy blast that causes great in
I pat kp I+a. h oI. It war the oatom Z IilyheaIthfl. Genuine has this trade elmsr est It +"
I l e d the boIm.Is wassomhouse a mark o te y pail Take no other. to all tropical'and sub-tropioal Velog-!t f Ui
It fi W *n lt."I+. sh e0oted. "I have been TH N..L. FARBANK COMPANY, What we, as Florldians have failed Spec~t iu U
.m,. aso Issa Sa guest oe ti h the mou, to how to breog up an or.- .b y l,
"usb. s.aB oBea me a must we llUsagdClCAOO ange grove so as o make it bear better
Wben we Wu wer 1e a sha. the northern blasts. If the Chinese .AKOND 81
i iiE d IStequad aftu r squad of men turted back cannot fight the Japs successfully, they took Bond and Bwok
i se w 0M t 5em su ae.- a ., hau se, -Mla t the ad .l can teach ns something about arowinghg use sme ngea eet,
3LW '0M IlMt ahe aohl" I t sa d OU8 S H RT T U RN WA O N aN orange tree. Their system of prun.
ew gao$ en bto uI Mled m togasitotha dinkswhanh iTURN WAnghas for itsflltobject the protec.- w Y onx Ci, N.Y.
hBm w Viraml& atsea s e, all OW d p epMd ta hor. An m tion of the trunk of the tree, and for its
slheaiinses he had polat out to ls had bee aJ m for the last few second, the bearing of fruit. They al- Stocks, Bonds and rain bought a t
leet all the horses poelbla, end wa I ws t'mptd to stay, li\ ly low the tree to branch out near the sold, or carried oa Margin.
.w thm a thepn lsx tan lhedeblnee heground-4 foot from the ground, or P. S.-Gend for w ipla oINrelar a sqp
wldequenya pture i yw|e |at ea two males beyond even len-in order to encourage a iatei, also weekly mbaresir l asm .
wor lourhorunt thelahog Jset hen then was a or growth that will protect the trunk. .
Thea we would strike ot for hoe om one of th girls. I looked up to Think what might have been the re- E.' WINDISOH,
ies lin. Th sma look to ad myself gaing Intoa the uasles of suit, if, when the cold waves came, -DBALB mI-
Ai ae three y n Threeo me n had pon end our trees had all been protected by a FOREIS aD II0 E8S FRUaTS
Ilmied woaI lS lestethene. bhe was Intathe rlm natm eThee was quite r- heavy growth of branches and foliage .
Me of the msa' trritory. We *- se as the l Ies tmhrw themselves wo. 4. from the ground upwards, in the cone. TO- A.00, COAJ, ,
e + 1 twea the *ea and -a. Then it WE MANUFACTURE MANY STYLES OF shaped pyramid that the orange treeand e
.un ed out that then rma .. thae a. HIGH GRADE PLEASURE VEHICLIS loves so well. Again, the Orlentalsy on
SThey had bou away hi the woods Meort Sr and Sed spring Vehicde a spelaltyi prune off the central, topmost branches, Oranies in many quantity plkd iad blpe
when the army came up, and had bur- wnrM eO SATALOMi AM rumn. never the laterals. By this means they short notice.
rvi bask koae. and arrived just nla THE CREAMER A COTT COr induce the lateral branches to put forth The oelebrated Indian River PiappFA I.
time to Isd a Yankee apparently In whet, MalNesetutre, fruit buds earlier. Their seedlings bear A Banluo bn d.
masion of the household. Explani- BICHMtOND, INDIANA. in from four to six years. The fruit Is All oowarranted fb and sound,
tious wol made, and the old gentle-
a thenakes me and shook hands with much more easily gathered from the WINDIBH -,
m aostlially, but warned me that it low-crowned,wide-sprepdingtree. Our ConerrLemon andhecoxi.
would be best for me not to stay any *. P. P. Makes positive cures of all MosW WANTED.-Highest cash price absurd habit of pruning up ibe trunk
Longer. me st ages of Rheumatism, Syphilis, Blood paid for all moss. For full:particulars and budding at the height of fron two
"Your command Is some distane Poison, Scroftla. Old Sores, Eczema, address, Davies & Grieveson, Welaka and budding at the height of front two | F
away, now," he said, "and you might Malaria and Female Complaints. P. P. Moss actor, Welaka. Fla. novlt o four fee from the ground, has borne V
Sbe out of by some bushwhackersa us hitterfruit and ought to teach us
before hl It." P. powerful tonicandanexcellet TAKE YOUR the lesson that we learn only through Easlly. 0uldkly, PermIantly IRetaei I
Irodsed off and rejoined my ou-appetizer, building up the system rapid- I b. a o thing
S Our command kept eroding into For Old ore, Skin Erupton, P- that with our other losses, the high roo the wafst
Prioe's army until It wa pushed over Ul d il n P To W. FRY, Palaika. budded nursery stock has gone, too. later
the Kansas border. The it halted, plea, cert and yps, use ony We can saw off our poor dead trees and 0 :e
oi nthen wer etu ind g etblee The U. S. a ov't ReportS bringupa shoot from the root, and op
II6W"TAM Y D1Ol IN TAbct t'-skirmishing lipe two menoon horse- Ing only to be derived from the use ofR k"oe aM_
a1I a112oT1 f" back were man to leave the oonfder- P. P. P., [Prickly Ash, Poke Root and snow Royal Bakilg Powder n upon the Chmese plan, and so l
h4 we were dolr good work ln ste army, making fo our dinotion. Pot superlor to all other. tgake a tree within Ove years that will Oveat y
clionfteeracy r. Instantly quick volleys were die. WARTS AND BUNIONS, tve some chance to tight a cold wave.ih th yer tawilhim
cthe howcs t aoaBtone harge fredw the oonflderate ranks OR CONS, WART8 AND BUNIOPS, PXALTKA A TT8. In Mitylene the trees resist the cold MIA .
mohr thought otherwm, and some of the soldiers started in Use only Abbott's East Indian Corn --n cold ERIE MEDIOAL 00., Buf
wasM mather right puruit of the fuwrtives. One of the Paint. .Oreeres-wholeale. when the temperature is lower than
e ble, msoIIgaveltup men fan ltoe the ground to rise nomor. Brysiels, woolen Linb, Bad oreoted woekiB Bro.Corner Kirby the freezing point. They come into
Idon la Lvnmworth. and The other man opd on. Some of Sores, Scale and Scabs on the le have aud misntretO. full bearing the fourth year. The or-
eold ead, Wild D. ourmam ottoashieldhimand been entirely cured by P. P. the SdardeGranated..../ angetreeof Morocco stands the cold tna -eraut..
withrhim fa esn- a. to keep o prsurer. A moment most wonderfulbloodmedicine o the IlSuda remarkablywell, butt wc sfrom the
fr moatalawhlte he had rushed into our line He daV Dry salted Westeron Baleli s...... '. remrkby well, but it grows from the7
oketo the a w dme sd in oonfederate uniform, Acourse of P.P. P. will banish all Dry salted Wesrn Bac s ........... ground up, Its wide spreading branches
to take mountain lateadr helngh Dr shteW estern flW.n ATTORIONEY T LAW&
Ihomee ra hbut It sealed hm a WildBi. L He bad feeling- and restore yourd d ugealthu ..to .... n o and heavy crop of leaves affording
ee M oInterview ith em perfect condition. Its curative power rs suaI Cured ams ... ..... ..... ro gr t.n ATTORNEY AT LAW

teIa l alm pe all pr ,eaohog tMee rett orPrW Ha- received direct, Imported, extn Bt.iS' s pPAAxttA, oerhA.
SWtl lA eorims f mo aod front, ohe ane Black DoeukinCaomerel and t wouadd .. o epochs that bring Ice and snow up, on. .s.nkmdi
l r wh onl e I d h ,, w qalred humor with yourself adPrice. or ldCnedsBees.f t. Shall we learn wisdom tia. uaer.. H
t apa hItf, .,lboldfronthewdas.takeoP.,11BP.,r and beome. halthyoan. .e......... e o
I ae P P., and becom h ,y0 r oe, s ...................... ten years ofstruggle, and flnd out how ,JU
esmi" But. 0 l :o W or,Ackman t an wtm Mt, Pmslute..0-o to grow an orange tree?- M. ML. In
JOH NE..N ,. Plant en ts do do .5.,s5e.25MT.EyTTAAT
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s seeout. until s'sam washrlveB n .1p *of '' ra : 1oim eoo*an&S' ini! s'o At, ro^rm hl ones y
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md ot las7p Intel-
arr oage'tnt.
So the boheaded indebt-

*aft of 1817- perO Lent.
Interest .... ... .... $85,000
eoads 18i8-.4 per cent. in-
terest....................... 2 ,000
Bonds in hands of individuals. 857,700
Total bonded sldebtednes.11,98~,700
I Credit by amount sinking
fund.................... 74,800

Total bonded,indebtedness. 6957,00
From the above exhibit, which is
compiled from the Comptroller's re.
port, it appears that the bonded in-
debtedness of the State is .957,900.
This Is a small amount, when it is re-
membered that the personal wealth of
the State is placed at an assessed val-
uation of nearly $18,000,000.
From all sources of revenue for the
S,. State during 1894, was $733,8W6.98,
while the disbutsements for the same
period were $572,812.80, leaving a bal-
ance in the treasury December 31, 1894,
of j101,043.18.
While this shows a comfortable bal-
ance ia the treasury, yet the Comp-
troller calls attention to the fact that
$100,000 of borrowed money falls due
next July, and another session of the
Legislature will soon meet, which will
absorb all, if not more, than the sur-
plus. Of course, the treasury will be
constantly strengthened by incoming
revenues.
The Comptroller's report contains
much good advice as to the fiscal affairs
of the State, and we hope that the in-
coming Legislature will follow the lines
f'of action on financial matters marked
out by our worthy Comptroller.

We commend the action of the
Board of County Commissioners at
their meeting yesterday in appointing
a committee to ascertain by comparison
the difference in cost to the county of
semaintalaing our present Criminal
Court to that prevailing under Circuit
Court procedure. This committee, a
notice of the appointment of which
appears elsewhere in this ilsue, meets
at the Court House on Tuesday, March
19th, at 11 o'clock a. m. Those of our
citizens who are interested are invited
to attend.

The dreaded Italian Mafiia Society in
NOew Orleans has again begun sending
letters threateningasasaination, which
threats it has in the past carried out.
It will beremembered that this society
. earned the death of Chief of Police
Snnesey in that city a few years ago,
S ^which caused a number of Italians to
be lynched and to the families of whom
S', he United States paid a large amount
o'- f iodemonity. The next Congress
nhOald enset a law prohibiting all Ital-
'0 i0s who cannot show proper recom.-
mandations from landing in this coun-
117 t. Very few come to this country
who e of any use to us.

Mr. Frank Forster, of Orchid, was in
tows on Tuesday, and presented the
""... i' A 0 with a large bunch of orange
m from hisgrove. This goes to
prove that all the orange trees on In-
S a a river were not damaged by thh"
S fese. Mr. Torster informed us that
his orange trees are as green as ever;
A have lost no leaves, and have any
ut of orange blossoms on them,
Sma*y be en by anyone who
4tere estdenough to pay his grove
ladian River Advocate.

Sr. T. Jonooesf Colorado Springs,
idt so ecbcange of some of his
at that place, for the property
i awrk, deceased, near Orange
on the Ocklawaha river. The
p eosaemated through Mr. A.
Ot this city, and entirely
aWnseqirmeo&dation,as Mr. Jones
S ntH seeo Florida. Mr. Jones
y reach Palatha early
amd Immediately went to
hom1e. It is gratlfyino to all
.*at Mr. Jonec is highly
e'NBNsew property, and says
4verlthing as repre.


o te WeneIs War.
)u, <.-"I mat GeO.
U old veteran of the
e 6s otr"i to-day,


iv rb hrofp
of hor-
ror when
a you see it
ad when you



is big and clumsy,
but not effective. In
this century of en-
lightenment you have
Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets,
which cure all liver troubles in
the most effective way.
They're not easily seen or
they re small as grains of
mustard seed, but the effect is
lasting and the cure complete.
For Indigestion, Constipation,
Bilious Attacks, Sick and Bil-
ious Headache, nothing has
been found to equal these pills
of Dr. Pierce's invention. They
give such complete relief that
their makers promise that
they'll give you satisfaction or
your money will be returned.
Smallest, cheapest, easiest
to take. One a dose. 25 cts.
a vial. A vest-pocket remedy.


The Petunia Proseeds on Her Coorse.
FiRDINANDINA, Fla., Maroh 6.-The
British steaniship Petunia, which went
ashore on South Jetty in going out yes-
terday was pulled off by the tug Wade
Hampton today with no apparent
damage. A survey was held and she
will proceed on her course tomorrow.
Leomard Scott, the Publisher, Dead.
JACKSOnVILLa, Fla., March a.-Leon-
ard Scott, founder of the Leonard Scott
publishing company of New York, died
here last night of chronic bronchitis,
aged 85 years. The remains wil be
forwarded to New York today.
Large Phosphate Purchae la Florida.
JACKsoNvLn.i., Fla., Maroh 1. -
Eastern capitalists have purchased 6,500
acres of phosphate lands in l.,vy coun.
ty, Fla., paying therefore :,,. il cash.
A large mining plant will be establish-
ed near Bronson.
Another aperr for Tampa.
TAMPA, Fla., March 8.-It is rumored
that Tampa is to have another news.
paper. Mesars Jordon and Lunning, of
Leesburg have been looking over the
field for the purpose of starting one.
There are nine papers here now.
Florlds Lady Aeeldentally Kled.
MosRIsrow, Fla., March .6-Mrs. Sa-.
rah Adams was killed by the accidental
discharge of a Winohester rifle which
her husband was carelessly handling.
e'ntcmet for a Olfar Factory.
TAMPA, Fla., March 2.-Mr. J. H.
Drew, has been awarded the contract
tobuild the new factory for Lozano,
Pendas & Co., In Little Havana.
WITH $10,000,000 OF CAPITAL.
A New Raired Corporatimn of Me sense
of Virgiat.
RIOcMOXo, Va., March 5.-Mr. R. C.
Machon, of New York, president of the
Old Dominion construction company,
arrived here yesterday and paid the
charter fee on tha Oheapeake. shen.
dun and Western railroad charter. He
gve out that the company would prob-
ably spend 6,000,000 in Virginia. The
projected route of theroad is from some
point between the Potonae and the
York rivers to the West Virginia state
line. The authorized capltaJ is 10,-
000,000 and the orporators are mostly
from the valley of Virginia.
Deles e to Mhe metaerr t'oafrees I.
WAsIIIXGTOM, March 6. SpeakerI
Crisp has announced the appointment
of Representative Culberson, of Texas,
democrat, in place of Mr. Catching, of
Mississippi, democrat, as heretorfore
announced, and Representative Hitt, of
Illinois, republican, to serve with him-
self as delegItes to the International
monetary conference.
Medals of aoser Awardod.
VWA.~'ii ro, March 1.-The secreta-
ry of war hais awarded medals of honor
to Maj. John M. Deane, twenty-ninth
Mainle infantry, and Wmin. H. Howe,
company K. twenty-ninth Massaohu-
s~tts voluiateera, for diatiguished gal-
lantry In action at Fort Steadman, Va.,
March 25, 1i6S.



will succeed Captain B. U Fleming as
superintendent of the Savannah, FIlorl-
da and Western railway. Mr. Halnes
is now superintendent of the Bruns-
wick and Western railroad. *
O'loromia. to lsh Mr ouitelt, Dead.
Naw Yoax. March L.-Richard O'Gor-
man, the eminent Irish nationalist,
scholar and orator, died at 10 o'clock
last night at his home Ir this city, in
the 75th year of his age. Two years
ago he had a aSeres attaek of the gripp
mIad hbdeath wastle reetlL
Ahbuilees Water Asasdess Ue.
RaNewTI Mai a -The lules
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What ass 3 ee ea Do .

WAsamoTois, March 4.-Congren ad-
journs at noon today. Both branches
have been in continuous session sinoe
Saturday, night and day. All the great
appropriation bills were in the hands
of the president at daylight this morn-
ing. The grand total of appropria-
tions, subject to some few changes, is
found to be $497,994.604. This is di-
vided among the bills as follows:
Aarloultural........................... ,fi8^ 11
Army ............... .................. .2W8,
Diplomat............................. .178,07O
District of Columbia................. 5,0l1,M6
Portlflostloen....................... ,004.57
Indian. ............................. ,976M 948
Legislative.. ....................... 5l,tW.l0,0
Military Academy................... 4e4. ,
Naval ................ ............. .... ,1 ,00o
Pensions.............................. 141,.1.670
Potoffics ............................ NAGAR
Sundry civil ......................... 47,140,000
Urgent deficiency.................... 2,57,1Tl
General deficiency ................... 8,O00.O
Misoellianeous......................... 00,000
Permanent .......................... 1130T 89


Summary of Work Aeeomplsbed.
WAsHINOTON, March &8-The three
sessions of the fifty-third congress, ex-
piring at noon today, were dominated
by three controlling issues.
The first by the silver question. The
second by the tariff question. The
third by the financial question.
On the 7th of August, 1898, the con-
gross convened in extraordinary ses-
slon for the avowed purpose of repeal-
ing the compulsory silver purchase pro-
vision of the law of 1890. This was the
silver session.
Mr. William L. Wilson, chairman of
the ways and means committee, pre-
pared a bill in conformity to the recom-
mendations of the president's message,
and on the 28th of August, 1891, this
measure passed the house. The senate
in the meantime had been preparing,
through the committee on finance, a
substitute bill, and on the first of No-
vember this senate substitute received
the approval of both houses and be-
came law by the approval of the presi-
dent. This measure, and the repeal of
the remaining vestiges of the recon-
struction federal election laws, closed
the important work of the extra ses-
sion.
The Reversion of he Tariff.
Upon its meeting in regular session
in December, 1893, congress entered
upon the consideration of the reversion
of the tariff. The Wilson tariff bill,
passed by the house Februaryl st, 1894,
was set aside for the Jonea-Gorman
compromise tariff bill, adopted by the
senate on the third of July, 1894, after
four months' debate, and the house
was given the option of the "senate
bill or nothing." It took the senate
bill and sent It to the president on the
15th of August, 1804, President Cleve-
land permitted the bill to become a law
without his approval, and in an infor-
mal manner communicated to individ-
ual members of congress his dissatis-
faction with the inadequacy of the
changes made in the tariff system.
Supplemental to the passage of this
tariff law, the senate entered upon a
profitlees and inconclusive investiga-
tion of rumors that senators had been
improperly influenced to vote for the
senate sugar seedule and had speculate.
ed' in stocks of the so-called "sugar
trust company."
lAs of isana" s Leislatse.
The third ad lat, or "financial" s
sion of the fifty-third congress has been
especially marked by he refusal of
both houses to put into legislative
shape the recommendations of the pre-
ident for the alleviation of the string-
ent financial situation.
The president in his annual message
called attention to the continual deple-
tion of the gold reserve and complained
that though it was "perfectly and pal-
pably plain that the only way under
present conditions by which this re-
serve, when dangerously depleted, can
be replenished I through the istne
and sale of bonds of the government
for gold, congress has not only thus far
declined to authorism the issue of bonds
best suited to such a purpose, but
there seems a disposition in some
quarters to deny both the necessity and
the power for the issue of bonds at all."
The rate of a Bauklag BUL
The tanking and currency committee
of the house, with the approval of the
administration, submitted a financial
measure which among other provisions.
materially modified the National bank-
ing laws and repealed the restrictions
on state sank circulation. This bill
was defeated by six majority. It was
followed by a second massage from the
president, received by both housese of
congress December lsth, in which the'
president said that whatever might
have been the merits of the original
plan proposed by him, he was "now
convinced that its receptlo by the
congress in the advanced stage of the
financial situation necessitated addi-
tional or different legislation." He
once again recommended the passage
of a law authorizing the afe of low
interest bearing bonds to maintain the
gold reserve. Toe banking and eaur*
reney committee responded to this sug-
gestion by offering on the first of Feb-
nmry, 10, a b"al to "authorise the
sMrety of tit treasury to issue ds
So maintain a s4tlisat gold reserve
'sad to redeem anad refle United States


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Throughout Florida

OWNERS CUTTING THE ORANGE GROVES

Tobacco the Lodln Money Crop at Lake
lty H-otl IBnlurnedl at Sliver Nprings.
Other State News Condensed
In Short Paragraphs.

Wnr.DooD, Fla., March $.-The out-
look for the orange business is indeed
gloomy. W. D. Hunter, who had a
beautiful grove on the banks of Lake
Deacon, was in town yesterday and
said his grove was dead, and that he
was cutting it down within two or
three feet of the ground. W. A. Scott,
who owners a grove in Claydrean ham-
mock, reports that all of his trees were
killed. Captain W. A. Barwick, an old
landmark of this place, gives it as his
opinion that the orange trees are killed.
Mr. Gibson Nix, of Rutland, down on
river, reports that the trees are killed
In that section and are being cut down,
Mr. B. 8. Reynolds. the superintendent
of the Monarch Grove, reports that the
great majority of the trees in the
Monarch are killed.
ANNUAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
The St. Augustine Match Games Will B-
in on March a7th.
ST. AUGUsTInz, March 8.-Mr. W. M.
Wright, secretary of the St. Augustine
Tennis club, eAI, ssi.e4,t
of the National Tennis a-oclatlon of
March 17th as the day for commencing
the annual tennis tournament in this
city. Since the time has been definite-
ly fixed, preparations will now be made
to make the tournament a brilliant one.
At a meeting of the association, held
yesterday, the following prizes were
arranged: All comers, first prise, val-
ued at o100; second prize, valued at $40.
Double, first prize, valued at 80; seo-
ond prise, 1U. Consolidation prise,
valued at 5 The entrance fee will be
I per racket The entries will lose
on the evening of March .%
THE LEADING MOONEY CROP.
Tehameasat Lae0y la ers e Preoablei
tha coates.
' L& Crrr, Fl., March L.-Tobacco
is now the leading money crop, and for
profit discounts cotton. The quality of
the tobsee grown at Lake City has
been awarded first prise at the Cincin-
nati Centennial Uxpolition, and won
diplomas at New Orleans and Louis-
ville. The prospects are good for a
fine all-round exhibit of Columbia
county's resources at Atlanta. Tobacco
will be the leading feature in the ex-
hilbit.
HE ESCAPED FOR HIS LIFE.
Perm met MeuhaS ef Daltumre ea Mrl
Lyched In Firlds.
JACKsoovn.L., Fla., Marcho .-At
Tampa, Fa., I. C. Woodall, a merchant
of Baltimore, came near being lynched
for Insulting three prominent ladles.
Woodall addressed them on the street
and followed them home where he was
arrested. A crowd gathered and want-
eo tq lynohhJm but the offers pre-
vented. No lawyer would defend
Woodall and he gave a cash bond and
left to esape the relatives of the ladles.
WorkbnaI fTr setter L eds.
OrAmDO, Fla., March 9.-The Young
Me's Business league has laid an ex-
perimental half mile of lay on the
andiest part of the road from here to
Oakiland, sand It gives every promise of
beIng an nquallfied suoess. If it is,
doiubtie some meas will be devied
by whisk good roads will be built over
the whole enuantry.
New Teerk t lem Arrve In Florid
JAo soyvnLJ, F1., March S.-The
New York bs ball club, Manage Da-
vis ia charge, arrived here yesterday
afternoon. The members of the club
stood the p w It and seem to be in
fne doAi Thl lie elub wase je ,
here b% 1e, who a meoon m


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AvLAA. March &--The Seaboard
Alrlsoe I maki tboe boleott very hot
for tsaMuats. Tjday It will out
the pagr rates from Atlanta te
Nor n pablts h in two.
The rate to Mew Towk will be eat
from sa to iLt. The rate to Washing-
ton ais ndueed to President Hoff-
man and Vioe-Predent St. John are
epeted here today. St. Jobahn's policy
s o imake the war severe and sharp.
He states that the Seaboard will not en-
ter the o*nthorn railway and steamship
aselat n unUtil a new conmisioner is
elected to susenod 3.3. Stabhlan.
lallroad men predict that the Bea
board will whip the boycott and com-
pel Commissioner Stahlman either to
declareit off or it will break up the
Thase sweeping reductions are fol-
lowed by the statement that "the su-
perb train service of the Seaboard Air-
line is not disturbed by the boycott.
Tie Atlanta special vestibuled limited,
composed ofat day coaches and Pullman
drawing room buffet sleeping ears, run
solid between Atlanta and Washington,
making three honors quicker time to
New York than any train upon which
no extra charge is made."
THE BALE AGAIN POSTPONED.
Seroiv kstBesers sAd Florida Railroad
Pat pos the Bloek and Takenl Down.
MAcow, a., Marsh ..-Arfument on
the petition of Simon Borg and compa-
qy, on petition to postpone the sale of
the Georgia Southern and Florida rail-
road was concluded before Judge
Griggs in the superior court yesterday.
Judge Origgs decided that he saw no
equitable reason for ordering a post-
ponement of the sale and the road was
put on the block but no bid equalling
the up-set price fixed by the court was
made and the sale was postponed.
The up-set price fixed for yesterday
was 34,800,000. It will be again offered
for sale on the third Tuesday in this
month and. at that time the minimum
bid must be 18,750,000 or more.


NOW CLEVELAND 18 HUNTING.
s Present la Is Morth Carollu W- t
ons foer eRorsUos
,WAmrToo, Maroh b,-The presi-
dent loft Washington yesterday on the
lighthouse tender Violet, which is to e
make her regular tour of inspection in t
the lighthouse district, including the b
Sounds of North Carolina. The presi- y
dent wase eoompanied by Dr. O'Reilly,
his physician, Commander George De F.
Wilde, naval secretary of the light- t
house board, and Commander Benj
sain P. Lamberton, inspector of,a cr*
lighthouse district. The' cru of the
VIo Jt we ebsto about the same terri-
tory as was covered on her former trip
with Mr. Cleveland. The trip is likely t
to last for a week or ten days.
CONSIDERABLE IMPROVEMENT.
The Industral Condition of the Southern
states nuosurawsun,
CHArTTAmOOA, Tenn., March 0.-The
Tradesman's report, for the week end-
Ing March th, says:
The ladustrisl sdeitionsof the southern I
states shows Msdsrsbletsprovemst. There
Is a Msneourag iersea s thee deasad for
lumber, and a sligBt sftala a though
the e Ye tfor l es bl an sattor. 5evi
ss leare deIss inlees bilesehes an
report a t whilases vese a-
oaleital, and larwr delvop-let alge
tilsa1, n Toese son ods markt Is triy
asiUve aad a smber ei w sotep muillse am-
pnies have bees offfasha. A theO seal Blas
iaer d astivity is reportea. Te dsadis1:
stea" sad prise Teed. T oan market iso
quiet. 'bea ovMt seueaues lare, smewwal
enewdas hemuda, d
DUN'S FAILURE REPORT.
eeseflees-seessIen aMsass Ovesa o these
SftI sTwAS& t
Naw Tom, Mearh .-BL 0. Dun A
Co., ia their report e trade, say:
The alures t haes emast brmuary has
aN farPtImt we wetk @st yea, Is



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bad Ig ilth. tee Meath f
WnBMimxa, Lt., Marckh .-Aftee
seven months els4a almost complete
shut down, the Weetighose air bake
works her, arted up yesterday is
full on de a ta, she frmt Umoeaae
the plant wa I lt, fcu yee ago.
About three e eand e fre mow
on, will find employment here asid
woras wirn ll m aiy.
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Wanhoo Offers a Few suggestions.
editor Titnes-Herld.
Could you not give a more extended
notice in your editorial column about
Comptroller Bloxham's report of the
State's finances and let the people of
our county see some of the benefits
derived I om the much-abused Legis.
ature of 1893. These benefits would
have been much greater if the Senate
had passed three or four other bills
that the lower house adopted.
It looks as if the County Criminal
Court must go. Well, let it go and in-
rease the jurisdiction of the justices
if th peace. But it will be necessary
o let our Representatives no t
s the wishes of 'the people o
county, or a majority of thpmn
expect them to take action n
er. I understand there are
being circulated for this pardL
you are desirous ofabolish
lgn.them and ee
hose who ratMru us. Not a part of
hp petitions, (as I understand was the
ease before), but all of them.
Again, let the County Commission.
ors be clothed with sufficient authority
o utilize the labor of those who are
sent to jail, in any manner that the *
can realize the most benefits trom, and
place this to the pay of the court. Cat
the sheriff's fees and feed bills. Cut
the Treasurer's percentage or abolish
the office and let the Collector be Ool-
ector and Treasurer. Bedaoe theI -I
ary of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
when he s acting as secretary of th
Board of County Commssiones.
Stop so much pauper businei. The
ast freeze has about maide us anll p p.
ors. Work harder, eoono t so ,
nake the hoe-cake thinner, Jl't t
oo disgsted wit M- boih .
Talk les, think more, trot t God,
lon't only keep .your powder dry, bat
lon't use it unless 'st to all a hawk or
protect the hen root.
Again about the Orimmae Oomt. L
is sne. ast Tuesday it oonveMSed We
nnd that a part of the fArt ay's work
Sthirtee convictions for pett e ,
Maelocedfromm9toeMasee ks hem,
eltol m8daysinjall. Nownve at
not one of these eases will pay the
laes. If none of theiam pay their fleus
twll mafaatotalofMl days Is JOi
or one men, costing In part a liwas
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Mr. seplas, of indians, is at the

T7VeMor1 s'cweather. It onuld't
be betaif it was ranted.
Mr. Thom m aiteyof laka, mades
ts a pievat sll taturday.
Tis bols ad boarding houses in
Nothi ae fairly vwet filled.
Mithell Reas, of Bridgeport, made
as a pleasant call Wednesday.
The' Board ot ire Commisioners


S eld a very Interesting meeting Mon-.
day night.
8. Greenberg, representing Appel &
Sohaul, merchant tallors, Savannah, is
at The Graham.
Aaron Vari, of Harlem, was in' the
citt Wednesday, and was a pleasant
caller at this office.
B. A, Hodges, of Satsuma Hights,
was on his regular weekly visit to Pa-
latka Wednesday.
Mr. Colvin, representing Campbell's
Music House, Jacksonville, was at The
Graham Wednesday.
The Orange Bloom is the best place
in the city to secure all the comforts of
home. Conveniently located. Lemon
between First and Second streets. *
Walter Thomas and family since the
fire are temporarily located In one of
the U1Jlna cottages, Reid street.
Hon. John P. Wall, of Putnam Hall,
was In the city Tuesday, in his usual
good health and spirits.
Mis Belle Hafer, a charming young
lady of Pennsylvania, is visiting Mrs.
A. T. Baugher, at Bangher Cottage.
*, J. Wtuart Lewis left Tuesday for
r g Lake, prere he was summoned
account of the illness of bis father.
sa Harriett Boeley, of Chicago,
a pleasant visit to St. Augustine,
ded to the Orange Bloom Monday.
Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap-
hjcst at Mrs. R. J. Adams,
on Front Su Wdecsiiytf3mo.
Mrs. M. A. DeVall and herdaughtJ
Miss Salle, returned Tuesday from
month's visit to relatives in Evinston.
Phillip Halsell, of the DuPont Pow-
. dr Co., and C. H. Stackhouse, of New
York, were among the passengers on
the Metamora friday.
Mr. F. L. Jones and family, of Colo-
rado Springs, Col., arrived In the city
tuanday night, en route to Orange
springs, where they will reside in the
future.
The ftoowling is the inanoial foot.
Ing of the February term of the rut-
um County Criminal Court: Pald
Jaue, $11:.90 ; witness' fte,
WSM5; fes and costs, OWlA1.
Will Speak has an electrical onutri-
vaueseby whlh, ln an inlast by one
opp leatiq, be can, demagapati any
wetch which is suffering from man-
neism. It s a gpeat machine, or bat-
telr, t maybe termed.


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the ioMelda BuPt Witness, was in
the olty lIMt wk, and occupied the
pI*p1 of the -Baptist 9haron both
an d evening, Sunday, at the

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VI gas, where as has been on but.
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We had the pasure of examining
one of Smart's New Sewing Machine
Treadles, for which Mr. W. C. Giroux
is State Agent. The attachment can
be attached to any machine, and works
with the natural swing of the foot, and
does away with the old Aresome
method. It le a wonderful Invention,
and every house-wife should avail
themselves.of the opportunity and pur-
chase one, and save much time and
labor. The attachment can be seen at
the Arlington Hotel parlor.
We have received the announcement
of the marriage of Miss Ellen Douglas
to Mr. J. Angus MacDonald, at Den-
ver, Colorado, February 19th. Miss
Douglas has visited Palatka, and her
friends hero will be pleased to con-
gratulate her. Sne is possessed of a
remarkably sweet disposition, and is
greatly admired by all her acquaint-
ances.
Don't Put It Off.
The necessity bf a spring medicine is
universally admitted. This is the best
time of year in which to purify the
blood, to restore the lost appetite, and
to build up the entire system, as the
body is now peculiarly susceptible to
benefit from medicine. The great
popularity attained by Hood's Sarsapa-
rillas owing to its real merit and its re-
markable success, has established it u
the very best medicine to take in the
spring. It cure scrofula, salt rheum,
and all humors, biliousness, dyspepsia,
headache, kidney and liver complaints,
catarrh, and all affections caused or
promoted by low state of the system or
Impure blood. Don't put it of, but
take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. It will
do you good.
Miss Annie Taylor, who has been
North visiting the openings of the
largest millinery houses in the interest
I .iss Kate Lucas, returned Monday
with a i aC3Mpete list of all the styles.
MIsa 'Taylor .ia.y be eond at Miss
Lucas' store, when she will be pldas d
to see the ladies.

Brotherhood Overalls at S. E. Bond's
Dress laklgf Establishment.
Mias Flora Paddock may now be
found in the Jennings Block, Lemon
street, opposite the General Market,
with a more complete line of Art Goods,
rollet Articles for the complexion,
Dresmaking Supples, etc. Stamping
done to order. Order taken for the
Delartes ad Dr. Nichol's Corsets.
Geneal anat for the new Taylor Dress
thart. A Artlass dne-maker in
conneotlon. Articles taken and sold
on commaelon. fetb.tf
U Ordeon for Ladles' Switches and
BWr, in all form)a will receive prompt
attention if left with Miss IatA
P oDDSx. Any shade desired. 904

PINE TAR SYRUP
Quickly carel Ooghs and Colds.
Pek's drg store, corner Second and
Lemon streets.
Lidt of Undatlmd letter
Remaining in the Poat-flce, at Pft-
lathk, I3., for the week ending March
1,1808: eZr' LE.
Bell, Alexander Bowles, Th os
Bursett, T J Brown, Oskar
OCska J M Claybrook A B
Olark, dwaril Clark, W A
Clfk,0hbas.a,3 Call, John H
7leeas, Marion Doran P
Mdy, Cham Gelmski, Chas D
SM. Victor Holoa Un, Joe
:Lot M Flugin, Evret
AaUttIna,Dr.HH Morrlay, M
osep, wardd MeoDarrel, W H
.eNoe, HJ Patrick, I J
MM. Wm 8 Rohtham. 0


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Mrs. H. B. Armistead, Dressmaking
in the latest styles, by experienced
dressmaker. 2t
The Boratlus of the Confederate Army.
Editor Times-BerasiL
It is frequently remarked that all
reference to our civpl war should be
discouraged by public speakers and the
press of tme country, As far as It re-
lates to the caus6 that led to that pro-
longed and bloody struggle, or the
issues involved, I fully agree that. the
prohibition should prevail.. But char-
acters were developed and records of
heroic bravery made by men on both
sides, the memory of which becomes
the common inheritance of the nation
and their immortality the duty of suc-
ceeding generations.
The Memphis Appeal chronicles the
death of one of the heroes of the Con-
federate Army--that of John Keeian,
of West Bristol, Tenn., who held the
bridge at Strawberry Plains in 183,
single-banded and alone, against a
squad of Union soldiers. Gen. Samruel
P. Carter, with an army of several
thousand Federal soldiers, entered East
Tennessee, and to make their march
effective they decided to burn every
important bridge. Coming near the
long bridge across the Holsten at Straw-
berry Plains a small squad of Federals
was sent to destroy it. They found the
bridge defended by John Keelan and
twenty men. The first volley from the
guns of, the Federals routed the Con-
federates and they all fled except
Keelan, who remained and fought with
desperation. Three of the Federals
fell and the rest retired, leaving Keelan
the victor. In this unequal struggle he
lost one hand and was otherwise se-
verely wounded, disqualifying him
for further duty. When his Iriends
came to his rescue at the bridge they
thought him dying, and Keelan thought
so himself, and said: "Boys, they have
killed me but I saved the bridge." He
died at Bristol, Tenn., a few weeks
ago, and his funeral expenses were met
by the contributions Qcharity.
1*I the de(h'd thm-true hero our
liberty-loving nation have an object
lesson In patriotism. Monuments of
bronze and marble have been reared to
the memory of Lee, of Jackson, of
Grant and Sherman. What will the
South place at the tomb of John
Keelan, the Horatius of the Confed-
erate Army? OLD 8OLDMIt.
The World's Fair Tv.
showed ao ekliaS pow6.
for 5 80 lMut to 1
ainefagpowpr" Mte SaL
Our old friend, H. B. Jarvis, of Sat-
sums Hights, was among our welcome
visitors yesterday.
* Why do some men counterfeit the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
MONEY?
Because it Isto the best on earth.
Why do some merchants claim to
have Jut as ood pant the BUCK-
SKI BERRZMM?
For the same reason.
You will ond the genuine article
most sathfadory.
i W. i :WARtLEN, uJlctsusa -
. B.!DONNZLLY, Reporter.
or P.
pit, Johns Lods No., I Y. of P.-MMats Ov '
handy ht. G0. MUND I, C.*C.
a. n. DONIxrY, XK..S.
Uniform nank K. orT, No. -Mnst for drill
mery gemU sna rourth WdaMday Nighth, as
fry". I.oJ. I 1.nsU, Captala.

jun or0 'aLUmIoD TuLUr1UA u.
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the aty eweil.
LIt Tuesday evefng at 8 o'elok
the City Fathern met la the COomla
ChObamber, aod acted on a number of
mattqv of public Interest.
Thoes present were the Chairman,
Captain Points; Aldeimen Kennerly,
Rowton, Hengeveld, Jefords, Hafers,
Loomis, Cole, and Clerk Cooper.
The minutes of tihe lasIt regular meet-
lag were read and approved.
A communication was received from
the Secretary of ihe Palatka Board of
'Fire Commissoners, asking that the
Council have the bell tower at Central
Station built higher, so as to make it
possible for the alarm to be heard at
the different fire stations. On motion
it was rAferred to the Fire and Water
Committee, with instructions to secure
bids and report at next meeting.
Another communication was read
from the same source, asking that the
water be turned on in the Central t84t
Lion The same having been turned
off to prevent the pipes from bursting
during .he freeze. It was also referred
to the Fire and Water Committee, with
Insuatructions to have samue attended to.
Another communication from the
Secretary ol the Fire Commissioners,
asking that a now halyard be pur-
chased for the flag pole, was read.
Same was referred to the lire and Wa-
ter Committee.
Chief Trueman rendered special re-
port on sidewalks, which was received
and filed.
Collector Morgan rendered his re-
port, incorporating lists of occupational
and license taxes for the period ending
February 1st, 1895. Same was read
and on motion received.
Treasurer's report for February was
read and received.
City Attorney Fowler rendered hib
opinion ant views relating to the Coun-
cil granting a new franch se to the Pal-
atka and Heights Street railway Co.
Mr. Usiua appeared for Mrs. Fry,
and requested the Council not to com-
pel her to put a brick or concrete side-
walk in front of the opera house pro-
perty on Lemon street, as the wooden
sidewalk is in good condition.
Mr. Calhoun appeared in behalf of
Mrs. Shelly in regard to the same mat-
ter. No action was taken.
Mr. W. M. Davis reported that the
code of ordinances, now in the bands
of the printer, would be completed be-
fore the term of office of the present
Council expired.
Mr. Davis also addressed the board
in behalf of the Florida Commercial
Company in regard to reducing taxes
on their property. Action was deferred
until special meeting of Council next
Tuesday evening.
1ills were examined and ordered
paid.
The ordinance granting the Palatka
and Heights Street Rallway Company
a new franchise, was discussed, and
after a few amendments placed on its
last reading, and defeated by a vote of
4 to 3.
A communication was read from W.
L. Riles, asking that the ditch on Kirk-
land street be cleaned out and put In
good condition. Referred, to Street
Committee.
Adjourned until Tuesday evening at
7:80 o'clock when a special sesslou will
be held.
Rheumatism Cured.
Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid
in the blood attacking the fibrous tis-
sues of the joints. Keep your blood
pure and healthy and you will not have
rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives
the blood vitality and richness and
tones the whole body, neutralizes the
acidity of the blood and thus cures
rheumatism.
HOOD's PILLS are the best after-
dinner pills, aist digestion, curs head-
ache.
Mr. J. W. Harrison, the efficient and
popular Postmaster of untngton, was
a pleasant osller at our office yesterday.
Mr. Harrison informs us that the peo-
ple in his section are preparing to plant
corn and other farm products more ex-
tensively than ever before.
Knlghts of the Xaseabees.
The State Commander writes to us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After
trying other medicines for what seemed
to be a very obstinate cough in our two
children we tried Dr. King's New Dis-.
Scovery, and atbs end of two day the
_ cough entirely left them, We will not
Sbe without it hereafter, as our exper-
ience proles that It cures where all
otherr remedies fail." Signed F. W.
Stevens, State Coln.-Why not give
third great medicine a trial, a It is
guranm ed and trial bottles are free at
Ackerman A Stewart's Ditug Store.
Bemular sise Ocents and o1.

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Mowed SlWON who eIn k"e" as rqlm
produl, yalwastso h o somimmu0-
mules a ofs suiawas we ft Inlamb u
fayes upon it."
Uvrra ReaBon n" "Duorsis.,
BODS Sm
ALUM 410. 1mI'is


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ALLOWS YOU

1 ( per cent DISCOUNT.


10 Per Cent.'.Discount!


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Clothing


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THIS wl AT-


C. A. FINNINGER'S,


Men's Oppelutenr,


Front Lemon St. Opposite Punsm


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Lost on Tueday last, a Water Span-
tel Dog; brown color, with white
feet and breast; answers to name of
"NOMA." Lust seen on Tuesday on
do&, foot of Lemon street..
A liberal reward will be paid for'her
by returning to
MORRIS LAMON.
KirXy Street.

a l m rmY &mTHa T T.Lln
rTuman a smany w aya n -e&!


ACKBkMAN &


(Isvauusa*m t~V~
rHoLuAL3A#DZ~&


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Ctsora Is Dr. kamel PlOcherg.I 1W mbm*i
and O cldena. UIt oata saslnithl r Otu Oi.. iMnom
other Nare ote substeam. It is to a haalm a lii
for PMaecorl, Provp, Boothing Syrum Cis OMur ir '
It If PleamsAt. I I uaatee is th irty 7 1 f- ,"
Mlllos of Mothers. Casmtrla dogtr Worsmmae l
fverishnem. Castoris prevents Vmitlag SOr
earesa Dinreas and Wind Colo,. nstoria >syllega-
teething tr6ables, cares coastipAkia -an fisf4a a
CatOri& assimflates the food, ae tga s th*os l it ',,
and bowels, giving healthy and stanmsd sloop. C .O.M
torts is the Children's Panacea-the Mothe e Ptmdris


Castoria.
"OitolI is an anzolient mdiene for obhil.
den. Mothers have repeatedly told me of it
good efft upon their hlildrm."
Da. 0. Oson,
Lowell, Ms
SCastorl is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far diant when mother. willoonsideteraeial
Intarat of their children, ad usa Castoris In.
s tud of the loriusquak noatrumawblich at
destroying their loved one, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
sgent down their throat, thereby sodin
them to premature gramv."
DL J. F. KmcnNzon,
onway, Ark.


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"Wd I brwo o i


other lettor thda. W: aw con-
**^< stralwo to id sUM sM "Pedvany"
has produeed so "sarmint" for some0
uek, and we are afraid you don't
know we had a freeze Ia these parts on
Dec. Wth. Strange that such a thing
o* uhld happen to us and nobody smy a
wHro About I.1
Slarge number of our people are just
b, ook from Tampa, wither they Went as
witoesas in the Federal Court. Some
S-*" of them have the Tampa fever in its
most typhoid form and an anxious to
get rid of their property here at any
price and go to Tampa. We hope they
will not succeed, for some of them are
people we don't want to part with, and
then we are afraid they would get very
homesick for old Bannerville before
they had been long In glittering Tampa.
This is a very poor section, but Ban-
nerville is something of an oasis. Be-
tween here and Palatka there Is nothing.
to invite the settler; the country lying
towards Green Cove Spring% is dreary,
lonesome and barren; the dead scrub

sickly river flats on the cast are not fit
V tor anything but the razor-back and
the gopher, but right here on the (dvide
we have no right to complain, and
cause for much pride and gratitude.
Baunerville is healthful. A man can
live out his days here if lie only lives a
life of common sense. The moral tone
of Bannerville is good, and this to a
man with sonM and daughters to rear, is
a good setff agamist almost any draw-
Sback. Tlhe people of Bannerville are
"crackers," und we know that the best
element in any population of Arians is
the native element.


It- .


If we had somebody to come in with
a little capital and le was willing to
wait a year or two for returns on in-
vestments, we would get along better.
We raise enough corn, but have to buy
meal and grits because there is no mill
in reach. We raise some rice and
could produce it heavily in our cypress
lands but there is no rice machine to
beat it, hence we don't do much at it.
The same may be said of cotton-wo
have nogin, and the "middle man"
pulls when we sell in the seed. There
Is a splendid opening here' for some
man with two or three thousand dollars
to set up these conveniences and open
a store. lie would make money by it
and his family would enjoy health, and
his children could go to school, and
Bannerville would take new life.
In this evil time, when Democrats
all over our land, and even many of
those who occupy seats in Congress,
to which they were elected by Demo-
cratic votes, are abusing and traducing
the administration :and running after
strange gods, Bannerville stands true


to we party of Jeffersoen and Clevelan,
and will vole the Democratic ticket
S.. straight There was some demoraliza-
S.on some time ago,but wewere Demo-
es' t at heart all the time. The Demo-
,, erato party isthe whit man's party in
the South, and the Florida CIter
doesn't seem to want any other. An
old, follow cams here from Philadelphia
lip ..* bge tm ago and organized the "Peo-
ie's Party Club pf Bannervilie." He
took Tom Watson's incendiary paper
au preached from it without ceasing.
Re was a peculiar specimen. He wore
in nterna, unrarylag and most sicken-
lng smile. When he talked-and that
w a all the time-he did not speak out
like a human, but purred like a cat.
He always had something to say to
somebody Ia private. He got a good
many into his elub and had himself
made president and his son secretary.
SThe latter soon blossomed out into a
W eful candidate far County Commis-
but the old man had a bigger
lviet.lw, though he never failol
.tqp--ina season and out of season-
leo ldn't have any olffce. All
'wRly for a lime, but the old
loean foot would stick out and
saw it, and now his laud-
i_ r as are nipped and his
1 serving his newly adopted
4. pecuniary consideration
where the woodbine twineth
eHdoodle mourneth for Its
(b old fellow was a bad
eOlitcal expostulation
QCackers. IIe was ilm-
ts. He fogot mtat the war
iipo divered himself a vin
That did not suit the
estitL he preahed and
,laee equality. Since
n tbe white people or
d Jtbaut as. much
wa *d hisPeople's
have fr an odori.
Is mea and
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil~~i~t ;.** a


$f-amph"Mi toe a SOu .040
hto Me to Aow e rIglhtosm wbon
tfa B-etlon oooo, Op.
Thb Ietio ito a mas, in avwa ol


1 abdliag the Criminal Coourt.
The Beanerville Publie School, whiht
eloed on Jan. 25th, was reopened MN
a private school on February 11, with
Teacher and salary unchanged.
The Debating Club of Bannerville ii
fleuriabing. Bro. Queen's instructive
letter in the last TIXms-HALBD hai
put us up to discussing the woman's
soffrange question at the next meeting.
We here send him an Invitation to
meet with us. We have some Miltoni
and they are neither "mute" nor "In.
glorious." We meet on Saturday
nights.
We wapt to give some advice that
"firt-clasn machinis,1' of whom "A.
Farmerson" wrote the other day. He
must quit putting in "busted water-
pipes." Let him put in whole water.
pipes or none.
Our brother at Federal Point Is a
cogent writer and a real thinker, but
we want him to say less about har"
times. It gives a fellow the blues.
1Rev. Frank Hall has finished his new
house and it is, like its owner, sound
and plumb.
The 8-year-old daughter of our
friend, Frank Crawford, little Maud,
had herdress to catch fire and was pain-
fully and dangerously burned last Sat-
urday evening. The accident would
have been fatal had it not been for the
heroic efforts of her brave sister, Lovey,
only one year older, whose hands were
terribly injured in holding her sister
and fighting the flames. We have
good hopes of her recovery, but at
present she is a great sufferer.
Mr. Editor, we have on hand a case,
the like of which was never heard of
before in the history of the world. We
have a County Commissioner who is a
poor man, who is c,)nitant in his effort
to make our had roads and bridges
traversable, and yet who will not report
half the time he serves nor draw pay
thereon on the ground that the times
are too hard and the tax-payers too
poor to stand it. What is to be done
with him?
We fear this letter is too long, for
which we apologize. DEMOS.
Make No Mistakes.
In these critical times, saya the Farm-
er and Fruit-Grower, it is of the high-
esat importance that both buyers and
sellers of orange trees should examine
carefully before entering into any
transaction conveying this sort of
property. It is unsafe for any one to
make a contract on the strength of
what his senses reveal to him when
simply standing before a tree and ex-
amining it in the upper trunk and
branches. Neither should any tree be
cut down on such testimony alone.
One must look down.
The twigs and larger branches may
appear sound and green, and yet near
the ground the bark may be fatAlly
frozen, discolored and sour and the
tree practically already dead. No false
tenderness should prevent a thorough
examination; take a pocket-knife and
with the point dig out a patch of bars
as large as a dime' near the ground.
Peel off a narrow ribbon of it on an
exposed rib of the trunk. But even it
discovered and sour there the tree may
be worth saving, for there will be life
In the valleys. The bark may slough
off the frost-bitten ribs as the pelage
does from the wrinkles of a heavily
folded merino after a severe winter,


and leave the trunk "cat-faced;" but
in a vigorous tree the life in the val-
leys will soon overgrow these and make
a solid trunk.
A large seedling will frequently have
several deep valleys In its trnnk. After
the lines of demarcation are drawn by
the tree itself between dead and live
bark, let these "cat-faced" ridges he
shaven down a little with a drawing
knife and varnished to prevent rot and
ihe invasions of parasites.
Where wide strips of ;bark are killed
on a large tree it will be difficult to
make the live bark grow over them;
but if these naked spo.s are dressed
out smooth and varnished thoroughly
two or three times a year the tree may
be preserved for a fruitful Snd vigor-
ous existence of many years.
Unless the owner is prepared to be
very watchful and thorough iu keeping
the exposed strips of wood vacnislied,
hehad better cut the tree oft at the
ground and let it begin life over again.
If rot unce gets started in a truuk it
will bore rapidly into the heart and
through It, andl the tree will be coth.
ing but a shell. It may, under good
fertilization, be vigorous for awhile,
but it has no future, and it is an eye-


sore in the grove.
Shellac tilolved In alcohol makes h
gooJ varnish for this purpose. As soon
as the exposed wood la fairly dry, let it
be scraped sm6oth and varenbaed
once, or else it will "season.eh i,'"
and the rain wil' gain admitthp ag

IF- r^1' ^ftM


Palpitationof te Heart
Shbert-es of Breath, Swelling
of Legs and FoPt.
"For about four years I was troub-
led with palpitation of the heart
abortness of breath and swelling of
the legs and feet. At imea I would
faint. I was treated by the best phy-
sicians in Savannah, Ga., with no re-
liet I then tried various Springs
without benefit. Finally, I tried
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also his Nerve and Liver Pill. AteY
begiMWig to ake l Mom Ifelt better I
continued taking them and I am now
in better health than for many years.
Since my recovery I have gained fifty
pounds in weight. I hope this state-
ment may be of value to some poor
sufferer."
L. B. BUTTON, Ways Station, Ga.
Dr. Miles Hert Cure is n14 on n ivote
ausntee that the Ir botte wi sot.
Alldrougtss sell It ltsa.abottlU. to4 6or
i wl bse-e, pre tid, 0 r prict
Sth Dr. m m m

Sold by ACKERMAN & STEWART




more. Ask your dealer forno
FERRY'S
SEEDS
Always the bet. Known
anaIlf or 1195tells you
what, how, and whn to pl&Lant.
Sent Free. Getlt. Address
D. M. PERRY A CO.,
Detroit, Mich.


ia. i qAPANEgUR


V CURB

with lnife or uIej of oubole sui.hteh
n1 0 t221 Oln t e &
areinroe d att" m peIutaet era, and ofti..
rIlal ea deet, IunmeeM Whnedure
l*e terible dis t Wf Luanltel.
Obnel to or ns emn wo ol per
benett reewelTd. 1 box, for IS Belts b iU.
Gurate ssuMd by our ames.*
CONSTIPATION ,..1- P.0so,o,
thert LIV5 asd 8TODOa RytLATO an
BLOOD PUIn. n8l, mdild and pleuat to
take, epeellr adapted for ohildre'nse. 0Doses
25 oents.
PUABUtZT issued oaly by
ACKERMAN & STEWARTI
Palatka. Florida.
l[fej %tom M In Wmluute by Dr.
Sim1s P jS Oe cent a do."
They are Leaflaing Out.
A Well-known traveling man, who
has just returned from Tampa, was
asked, Monday, how the orange trees
looked down there.
"Don't give It away," he said, "and
I will tell you something. "About one-
third of the trees are leafing out."
"And the other two-thirds?"
"Oh, they are leaving out, too-leav-
ting the grower in the soup, I mean."
And the slick traveling man smiled a
sad and sardonic smlle.-Times-Unlon.


Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,
is a wonderful liniment for rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, sprains and bruises for
man or beast. 1.00 sime 0 cts; 60 ets
size 25 cents.
-e-
Tickets to All Points.
Gaze's Tourist Office and the City
Office of the Geormia Southern & Flor-
ida Railway, at PEEK'S DRUG
STORE, corner Second and Lemon
streets, where tickets can be purchased
by all lines to or from all parts of the
world. Unbiased Information, lowest
rates and best accommodation. Gaze's
Toursn, corner Second and Lemon
streets, Palatka, and 141 West Bay
streets, Jacksonville, Fla. apltf


B. L. Lilienthal


FURNITURE,


CROCKERY,

Carpets and Matting,

Undertaking Department tuin charge


of R. S. MooxT.


mYv2-tf


NOTICE IOR PlVBLCATION.
Urbaosis^Br w a


The finest and fresheAt groceries in
the city are to be found at Joseph R.
Dann's.
Almost a New York Dally.
That Democratic wonder, the New
York Weekly World,:has just changed
its weekly into a twice-a-week paper,
and you can now get the two papers a
week for the same old price--1.00 a
year.
Think of itL The news from New
York right at your door fresh ever)
bree days-104 papers a year.
We have made arrangements by which
we can furnish THE TIMES-HERALD
and the twice-a-week New York World
all for only 61.75 a year. Here is the
opportunity to get your own local paper
and the New lork World twice every
week at extraordinarily low rates.

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fProduce Sold -
Quik ad paid frquiok, II the Welour tIp.
p ( o okrut,, a n 1eSeta -l.i It Di,. d
9or 40years' eaperl,,we wnilotallouiiineit* a
AdonIar |iuarauty boil, of ability and itabll, I
Wity. Any hank r rerrchnt ualg me eialU
reportss si t'll our standing.
1r A we nrver blly. we never have oneof
omr own for il,, iast free, Iraving that of
growemr for ancrnd ida,.e. We went utreI
e'nslainKmnlr fur inereuing trails. APTIR
4 IN s,! ,.N21 ,4ro ovt1 r TAl 1.
INNO" I AN AY M5tOT"
SLttrs answered promptly. Stenil Dand
cards free. Send your naDme for our ittle
book about marketang Fruit andVegetables.
French & Co.,
118 Wamrre St., New York.


Chinese Laundry,
Froet Stret, PtKttas, Fla.
LUING WAR, Proprietor.

Landry In frst-Cla- Style. Neat and Cleu

2000 rolls Wall Paper,
all new patterns, cheaper
than ever at Lilllenthal's.

VITAL TO MANHOOD.


1 hitMtl.

,da HE ESCAPED FOR HIS LIFL.
,It PreemlMent Inoredmant. m atise e s
ne Lynehed In Fioride.
a JAcxKowvn.iL, Fla., Marok 5.-
L Tamps, Fla., I. C. Woodall, a merehs
of Baltimore, came near being lynot
e for insulUng three prominent ladi
and followed them home where he v
arrted. A orowd gathered and wI
se to lynch him but the officers
vented. No lawyer would dofe
Woodall and he gave a cash bond a
left to escape the relatives of the lad
0 wrahla rt fr ltter Reads
O- LANDO, Vis., Mareh S.-The Y
SMen's Business league has laid an|
perimetal half mile of clay on
mandiest part of the road from by
t


FroIt St., TreNs er ert if P bteffee.
NEWEST AND LATUT DIOMGN IN


CATON WOes, LINaICA Wiea.

FLORIDA VIEWS IN STOCK.

or All okaOd wesslsaes s
i. 'P. s*p'^ e *. .' .^ l' e"


WALTER TAHMAI


I


ltk OMM us la mi Lat l tt
t la walh veStt Sealton was
ot ad ppomed to be mortally
wounded by James tanton, who made
heis erap A At the sme time a d dlMAe
os Stlntoan was diot and killed by
Bter Shelton. At the stil he was
hothe was making a brutal easnult a
Shelton with a pitoL Shelton flrt
bgefor pea"bua t tantoe was do-
termaled to fght Thae afj i the re-
mit of an old ftenud.

LooxaA, TlExMA Oct 10, 188.
Memr. ParisN Medicine (o., Pari. Tenn.:
DA Sius hipp us asmoon easpo.lble
I gros Grove's Tmteles Chill Tonic, My
customers want Gnov's* Tasteless hl.
Tonic and will not have any other. In
our experience of over 0 yeas in the drug
business, we have never sold any medicine
which fave such universal satiadtion.
You respectfully
J. 8, B.boWi at Oo.
Sold on its merits, No cure no pay.
For Sale by Ackerman & Stewart.
BIG FOUR ROUTE,
BEST LIME T THE NORTH AND
AST.
All lines train the South make di
rect connections in Central Union
Station, Cincinnati, with through
trains of the "Big Four" to Chicago,
St. Louis, Indianapolis, Columbus,
Cleveland, New York and Boston.
For full information call on nearest
agent or address
E. 0. McCoRMicK, D. B. MARTIN,
Pass. Traffic Man. Gen'l P. & T. Agt.
CINCINNATI.


ORANGE WRAPS


ORANGE BOX MATERIAL.


WALTER THOMAS,


Wholesale Grocer and Commissign Merchant


Cor. Lemon and Water Streets,'


PALATKA,


Free on appholation The Now (1894-98) ostalo.ueof the

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES
Gives the result of I years experiMes with the Hardy Tritaltt ln the U. B.; dai W O 0
varete offred forhrioed and Lower loath embrmaI --
Oranges and Grape Fruit on Trifollata Stook
(whlis akgorau, produMeMMesthMbear yoag d STAND COLD.) A ftl MUas et
oras. ud other clrus frits, Oa both sWags nd tetrlatssta ook; pMebes, pes, phas. jagan
.plmmone. A, grapes,, apriot, oMegU, mulberries, paegraaats., ant tiess, e., hSo gMasMe. *

Sity V earietes of Bomn Adapted to this CHmate.

G. L. TABER, Glen St. Mary Fla.



The Liffle Putnam Saloon.


Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped
-WITH-

All the Latest and Most Improved Bar Fixtres
A Finely AJisorted Stock of
WilM, Whit kl., Use., hMite i lg, pn TUlgtt Bl


r Lemon SNreet, a PazI1tka, Oa.
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NORTH FLORIDA LEADSS>


PRODUONG Tr E FNBT

NURSEYt SI 'I t
NEW VARI.. thaet promise wdl and ol pMaIst IWlet
a success are Incloded In our it8, whI lh l ves yea
yonif or only plant ted rid ". *i.

WE '
And offer the LAO ULt 4


r offed by any o
oos Grapes,3

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... con, 'no avek tS.
le i eeLs weather&
f ablmset airid to> usy
18sl 1torida weather after
"' a hodW 10 the last few
Ihlts i wtalily an mxop.
vW Sr. BSut we M oomfort
VbA e las ay osU aort In it,
that we ar not the only
.' Ye euano find anywhere
l pibaut "spell of weather"
Shaving oiw.
lto ht*e Mi mutom for ootre.
elU ver i lorda th Invariably
lathe great toplo-the orange
-edYT t eonepoadeot will not
Sth0Dis particular. As else.
In thb State, the growers of this
#6 not able to tell whether
0r are IliNla or not. Opinions
Ifte from men who have been In
0ageie buslneas a long timn whloh
greatly. The general conclusion,
i the one with which all close their
is, "Wait and see." One man,
ur,es sur his trees are living,
Sad all who have sen his grove agree
him, hat is Mr. C. 8. Robinson,
Sowlorof the well known "Robinson
G ove," on Little Orange Lake. He
* Ia having his grove worked and fer-
tilled the same as usual. Success to
him.
Your correspondent notices in the
Jqst/iap of the TIMES-HERALD aI
54]oast from the correspondent from
Edgar that the '"Kaolin City" is the
only live town between Palatka and
Gainesvilll. With all respect to tha
"Kaolin City" correspondent, and full
.' appreciation of the liveliness of his
town, we begto say that Cone is not
dead by any means, and that between
Edgar and O.lneville there is at least
one live plau..
Messre. Manning and Watson are
Sitl sunning their wood business and
shipping wood in large quantities.
W They o ect to put on another train


rrite crop in this section is
body is going to have a

ha A. Germond,''eOt euka,
uty Sheliff Howell visitedC
eek ago. They took back to
colored boy named Gus
is father, Richard Mann, is
r best colored citizens.
times in this section were
sed last week to hear of tp
Alfred Davis, one of the best
and well-to-do colored citizens
Is vicinity. It is said that he had
up a large amount of money, and
h Interest Is manifested in the
oad value of his estate. It is
t the administrator and the ap-
have been unable to find any
r trace of the money which
thinks Alfred had.
ral months Bev. Geo. Riles
n preaching twice a month at
water School House. We are
to hear that his congregations are
sm and Increasing and much pleased
l dissoupsse. We hope he will
gave his services.
Aill Jeregan has quite re-
from hr Illness, and is at
vit MMaE at Edgar.
[tW 'paid Cone a visit last

W tIat time hn many yers the
Southern freight train from
so*lI is scheduled to arrive here
Is the afternoon.
and Mrs. Park expect to leave in
w ays for China. They are pleas-
Nse,jead every one in this neigh.
0ill be dorty to hear of their
We wish them success and
O, K.
aidetn's Arela Salve.
Thie est IsilS in the world for Cute,


We have heard great e.aenationas
about hard time slace te late se.4,
Therefore, we think it proper to ostau
economy. We have bega byiakilg


a cor-oob pipe, and as the pipe stem
reed is not a native of those parts, we
made the stem of a corn cob also.
While we advise eusmomy, we do not
advise letting the wagon go unolled in
order to save the e> penae of buying a
box of axle grease, or letting the
fowls roost in tree in order to save the
time of building a fowl-house. We
don't adis letting the hogs stray off
and die Is order to save the time of
looking after them. One of the great-
eat mistakes made by the farmers of
this section is lack of attention to
stock. As a rule, one of our farmers
cannot tell how many cows or hogs he
has without hunting out all of the
qelghboring swamps with togs. The
result of this lack of attention Is that
the hogs all die, and the peoine cry
"cholera." The cows die and tLey
howl "salt sick."
0. S. Jerkins, of Citra, is stopping at
the home of his parents in this village.
We regret to say that he Is suffering
from an attack of malarial, chills and
fever, whibh he contracted in Marion
county. This disease is unknown in this
place, except when imported from
foreign parts.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burleson made
this place a pleasant call on Sunday
last. FnrED. )AWHINs.


"'MOTHERS'

FRIEND"


V Mothers


akes Oh irth Enusy.
Shortens Labor,
Lesen. Pain,
by the Leodlng Phyakisne.
BRADpI LD REOULATOR 0o.
TLANTAese, GA.
BOLD LL DRUGGISTS
>-M~jbL~i*-*-**:*-.*--*e--


THE SON ROBBEb\THE FATHER.
Story of row By l 1e#l a Bruger
uand Making Several merMos Bsld
Aismrous, Ga., February 90.-The
storo of a Mr. Wells, just across the
line in Dooley county, was entered by
burglars a short time ago and a lr.rge
quantity of provisions were stolen.
About the time the burfflry was com-
mitted the fourteen-year-old son of Mr.
Wells was missing, but he was not at
the time connected with the stealing.
Yesterday morning offierr came up on
three negroes and the Wells boy in the
woods near Chapman's mill, eight miles
from Amerous. The party was eating
breakfast. The nefroes wrethe burg-
lare wanted and the boy was their so-
complile. TWo of the negros were
arrested, but one of them and the boy
escaped. Mr. Wells was greatly shock-
ed when he heard that his own son. had
aided the burglar.
IMMIGRANTS ON TO GEORGIA.
evst Tousand of Thoem swai Bsetab-
S 11U" 4 I mse s a st e onmlem ts.
ATLANTrrA. February IS.-Messrs. F.
Miller & Krimmert, bankers and
steamship agents at 106 West street,
New York, writes that they are arrang-
inRg to bring several thousand Imml-
grants to Georgia. They have eatab-
lished a settlement called Misaler, and
have already seat several families of
Germans to It. It is understood that
this firm has purchased 10,000 acres at
Normandale, Ga., on the line of the
Southern railway for colinisatlon pur-
posesM They are advertising the ad.-
vantages of this section in the nor)h-
wet and in Germany.
TENNESSEE GOVERNORSHIP.
,uveMo lieso eolar Mat o fSo Kae vss
NAsMaVI, rPeu 9m.-The com-
mittee let lest night In three emotions
tobe the work efthe ele tie Inves-
t A AI imaA s in the gtuernia-
tl matter wae developed Sturday
w10 %heMomniae ecomplset Ita lisi
0 Ba to be lavestigated and
rew ohs lisO a mmber in
a6. a*U d fraud In the
do" Bis p et against this
eahals wa to heard by the eSa
NIt t, but when the hour for the esn-
OW Di a twoaly oatdhe
Sw o Werens Wbbmt.I





m hi1..tatomeleam Is
miMyPNIN nAIl, A .is T ." oo


e a r oad fron-
too Sa. via.
*kttM^ Cart~sah tIL Th#


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HI SueWA.Ali.s.A. g
MADne MOM


ABSOLUTELY PURE


mI. 0. *ff3T .T
--SIGN OF-

The Big Coffee PotI
cSf A Full and Complete Line of
STOVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and
PINWARE which must be sold.
Will pay to inspect this stock, as I keep
nothing but the best of everything.
Plumbing, Tinning ond Gas Fitting
executed in the most approved style,
promptly and at low prices,
Don't forget the place. Sign' of the
Ilo C fee lot, .,emou 'Street. between
Sccontend Third.


County and City Directory.
COUNTY OFFICERS:
Judge Criminal Court of Rccorj-Robert
W. D)Avts.
County Solicitor-B. P. Ca'houn.
Clerk-J. N. Blackwell.
Judge County Court-M. I. Coxe.
County Comnnsiaioners-W. H. Cook, Chair-
man; 8. J. Kennerly, T. W. Thompson, G. P.
Yelverton, John Harvey. The Board meets the
first Thursday in each month.
Clerk Circuit Court-Joseph Price. .
Sherlff-John W. Hagan.
County Collector-Frank H. Blanchard.
County Treasurer-B. L Lillenthal.
County AssesMor-W. M. Williams.
Supervisor of Reglstration-J. H. Merryday.
BOARD or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Dr. E. 8. Crill, Chairman John H. Green,
H. J. Fowler. Thoe. W. Ralph,, Secretary.
Superintendent Board of Pahllo Instruction-
Thoe. W. Ralph.
CIrTY orFCRm.
Mayor-Martin Griffln, Jr.
City Clerk-R. H. Cooper.
Ameesor-W. BR. DeWitt.
Collector-Dr. B. Z. Morgan.
Treasurer-B. J. Adams.
Chief of Polioe-M. J. Trueman.
Chief Fire Department-Chas.. wton.
OEM CITY GUARDS.
Company C, Fourth Battalion, F. 8. T.
H. M. DXMONTMOLLIN, Captain.
W, P. HOUSE, 0. 8.
BENEVOLENT AND OTHER 80CIBTIsB.
MAHONIC.
Palatka Lodge, No. 34, F. & A. M.-Meste
Firsthand Third Monday Nights In the month
at? J0O o'clock.
W. P. ANDERSON, W. M.
E. B. NAIKFLL, Secretary.
Putnam Chapter, No., A. M.-M te Seca.
oed and Fourth Monday ights.
C. J. RAAYS, IH. P.
W. P. Amansuox, K.; C. J. Josalt, S.
TH*O ANDERSON, Sertary.
PALATKA COMMAIr T y, No, A, K.T.
L. Kt. K.I. .KAXILL, L. C.
Sr. Kt. 0, G. L MUTOALr, Recorder.
L O0. O..
Pioneer Lodg, No. &1.0.0. r.-Meet every
Tuesday Night. R. C. MoCRACKIN, N. G.
T. W. RALPH, Sneretary.
Members of the Frateruity when visiting the
city r ir lulted to meet with as.


KNIOH'r or HONOR.
Harmony Lodge, No, 2 :7-Meets rirst ani
Third Wednesdiay of the month.
W. i WARRUEN, Dictator.
J. B. DONNELLY, Reporter.
K. or P.
st. Johns Lodg, No. S, K. of P.--MX s ever
Thursday Night. GRO. B. MUNDOB, C. C.
J. B. DONNaLLY, K. S.
Uniform Rank K. of-P, No. 4-M ats for drill
every Bwond and Forth Wodpmday Nights, a
Armory. I. j. ILuS, Captain.
LA. SMf *. osmlw.
onUs or 'oai uOA TLG nAPERU .
oGs am DIv. No. S.-Meet s ever mMd
b"naftilaudaslnMinmoa ethinK.of r.
Oall B. C. BUTVAID, 0. T.,
A. C. AiauK, o. y.V.
InPRoTD wDn 05 ouD MBW.
OmN TM a,No. Is-Propet, W. 5
Nvas IjM : Y^ Pa t .. Un


ass Visitng


LA. vmao a an maw



arggoma015dm Alint .PMlta i


tHE BEST THING
For any young. uns or woman is a
good P'ACTIoAL BUsn5SI EDUCA-
Tnow. Many make the mistake of at.
tending inferior schools or business
colleges, where little or no attention is
paid ,o the literary branches. At
JASPER NORMAL INSTITUTE
there is given Commercial Students
not only a very thoroughJ.Busineu
Course, but all members of the Bust-
.-iss Course have access, without ex-
tra charge, to the Literary Classes.
The School has comamdious build-
Ings, a full supply of apparatus, a good
Library and an excellent CoaoS or
TEACHMs.
The work in all departments is of a
high order. Excellent opportunities
are afforded for Vocal and Instru-
mental Music, Telegraphy and] Short
hand. 0
Shorthand Is free to all Students in
regular literary or business courses.
Expenses are low. Good board ten
dollars per month.
The discipline of thb School Is unex-
celled. No town in Florida is more
healthful.
Next term opens SEPTrMRER 18.
Write for Catalogue. Address
J. M. GUILUAAM8,
se7-tf Jasper, Florida.


The funeral of Father Garia,the cele-
brated member of the Oblt order,
*ocouri'ed Wednesday In Lowell, Mane.
The day was generally, observed ha hin
memory by the merchant4,and citizens.
Samuel Cowles, an old man from 111.
noil, was recently found dead nearly a
mile from home in Martin county, Ar-
kansas. It is alleged that his wife had
chased him from the house with a hor-
row tooth, with which, it Isclaimed,she
inflicted several wounds which caused
his death.
The board of administration of Ci.-
cinatt has issued an order which, if
carried out literally, will wipe out of
existence about 8600,000 worth of prop.
*rty. It is an order directing the (01.
olanati Inclined Plane lRalway oo-s.
pany to remove from the otagg ite
taks wit 'i one month.

--FO TaEl R1IUmO Tig NATIOWNS-

0tai Bl9ood Balm
555 eSAT Sl5r sinSlIT sea
S All Skin and Blood DI1ease1
It purifies, builds up and enriches
the blood, and never falls
to cure the most Inveterate
BLOOD AND SKIN DIS.
EASES, if directions are fol-
lowed. Thousands of grate-
andful people sound Its praises
and attest Its vIrtues.
ItWRITB for Book of Won*
derful Cur, seat free oN ap-

If not kept by your local druggst,
send I.IO for large bottle, or 15.oo
for six bottles, and medicine wll be
sent, freight paid, by
Mic C., Atl ad a, Ga.

For sale at THi T AM PHAR-
MAUY, corner e and Lemon


Streets. Gov F. PEKx.


Iao0-


Pianos and Organs.


S. U. Childs,

Deals In FPirt-Class PIANOS and
ORGANS. Goods sold for cash or on
Installmnts.
The Tning an'l l0epnirlio Depart-
ment a specialty. All city orders at-
tended to promptly. Orders olictied
from the country and surrounding
town%
Headquarters at COCHRANK'a Book
itore, talatka, Fla, ,
Ap


IP.&I NT.r


3PA.ZlT.
The Averill Mixed Paint, the only
Pure Lead and Zino Paint on the mar-
ket. t will not chalk or rub of. We
guarantee te paint will prove satis.
fa"to to the pu aser. Our agent
from whom thbs ppat may be pur.
chased Is authornise to protect this
guasantose
THU TAYLOR-PAINIT f OIL CO.

ROBT. BARNES, Agt


ADUMINUVIAVOWS 016.





Novemkber2,135


aJdiMaml POULTRY


TS HEADQUABTZHO FOR 3RGAZ W-


fURNITURE 00 HOUSE.FRIBIHIN 'S


Handsome Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than hat ever a os t M i
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassware, Lampe a4h.t, a
prices.
In fact, you will find BARGAINS In any and everytbhdtl w" i
and all times, ,
Polite attention and satisfaction guaranteed. ," '


Cornef Lemon and Thlid Stfro ,



LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIG HO ,


04%174%23aMI, CA-A,


ESTABLISHED 1870.


THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE

of the SOUTH,
The Instruments we sell are the Beet and Standard Instruments only.
T EINWAY, MABON & HAMLIN, MATHUSHEKand BTERLING PIANOS


and ORGANS.


EASIEST TERMS.


LOWEST PRICES.


Jacksonville Branch, GEO. E. BRADNACK,
16 W. Ba~ at. Maaguer.



FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R, R.

Short Line between Florldai end all Northern Points.

EVERETT, 'SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA, GA., COLUMBIA, WASHINSTON, BALTIMORE,

PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.
Everett, Macon. Atlanta, Chlattan oga, NashvilllP, Louisville, (;ininnati, hicago,
Everett, Hirminghanm, HoUy Springs, Menphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St. Lo as, Ohiego
Sioux City.
River Junction, Penpacola. Mobile, New Orleans, Texa, Mexico,California and Paeftc Come,
Only Line:with1THROUGH SLEEPER between JACKSONVIL E and NEW ORLEANS
coswon Leave Jacksonvtlle 8:15 a. m. & 4.1ip. m
daily, with Through SBlepers for
I e^ jEverett, Savannah., Columbia, Washington, Bal.
tlinore, Philadelphia ,ew York, Boston lad all
S antern points. Arrie Jaok0onovlle 10sal. r.
7.05 p. m.
****l* -Compartment Cars sand Dining Onr to and trom
.A. Leave Jacksonville 9.40 a. m.
For T ke City, Live Oak, Madison, Montielclo
S Taillahssee, River Junotion, PenMacola, MobleS
New Orleans,
and the Southwest, Mexico, California and the
S Pacifiec onset. carries Uleeper. Arries Jack,
senville s.06 A. m.
Leave Jaksonville 9.40 a. m.
For Starke. Hiawthorne, Silver Uprin a, 0
Tainenvlle, eodar Keyj Wlldwoo dl, Su(
Tav esmA a, Orlando ,O
-- aPlant City, "tLzps. Arrive s l,,S{l .4 .
6.00 p. m. Leavellon treetDepot.
V 6.10 p. m. Union Station.
Cincinnati and Florida Limited.
Solid Vestibule Train. Time a ttle over U
M a z 0 hours tqCiclnnitl vialMon, Athmt&Csta-
noopg Conmect for Nahvile, L s=Tils, Ch-
ao andn l pin.,._1 North and Wes Arrive

6.00 p: M. Hogpn street staton.
S6.10 P. M. Unin S tation.
a-ds .Holly Springsl Route
1 vi Maaion,aAtina,Birmaigha, Hollyapriup
Memphis, Sprlingield, KaaMaClty, St. Losug, Cihiego, Sioux City. Thron u tN lgh e s
chnlge o anse City sand St. LJnln, and ol one ehage to Cbhiosa ad ioex iy. aI elA hi
JaokonvillelS ,W s. m.
6.30 p. m.-Loal for TallabeasMeand ltermediate fpomts. Arrive Jacksanville lM p.m.
7.45 p. m.-Foitthmp and intermediate point. Palman aleeprs. Arrive Jamseavl

tagoop. -i rrvetBnlt"tU;: B m. Le,"it aiuxtlLeODp.ma. AnQvQ JskinVo soi a.
M. lapers open at JacksonevUl.e p.m. Arrivl t immatetv ola re1t1s on Aitmie Catil
Pullman Ileeper on *all NghtIrmlne..
nSdfortBlest Indexed Towlius Map of PIoridd to
. a. Pa INUIOGTON, Trame unas r. A. tI. MACDONLLL. ao. Po At)Ae


SOUTH FLORIDA DIVISION

Savannah, Florida & Western Railway.

Corrected to MayI20, 1894.


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a. more martia ai toe ai* *fral nd allawnhed thePkolyna0r soc l oodbelethig d evr lth tTn fnlhfHehH e r.blow- The Drouth de trco t of MNebraska wa Hotel GaIBasvea......{. ***"*"* Due !e eKal
STelo ed M on hiI a miio. n pbL vle.d yet............rday with h y I.............:.:. S
hebyr ad Their tale ont.dtoall th services."Seat"Ifree. Noa ssoiaionn, are sh ort s h1,00.
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Se e i. N*Tnese an d ti A onftrNted tht thlest le a ge had loAt a Ovfr men with mnttn e ..r r ............ l The weaver t the Lanceter Millk -
ese bBB to of this Coty, with manV good profersonal when Mr. H. K. Ide Bnd ctraend,.orrow. gram, betrt-ln Clintoa, Malt., struck Monday mort t Palathte to r l oo e :S S
1W{1. fetsng theoi m Como, Nasnu, consented to become but an amatuer. C.monl inor tai ort a reduction of wages ue r p n to i T rain Mno :: ut e York
ltegae Bhp the Weauen ee. there t The haughty mother and r.iGetero were Thmn aistekeopoep ry ao one, Mh. Iuail dlope of Bl nmflelMch., oe toc iB et'le le C0 r rn .c t etA .
I tije;ill to n0te" the achieve- cleverly imitated by M irses Drake, et" etlhen t ..m. 0 -an had .allen heir to nearly 1,0I,000 by or .... .. .
ofhe gh l Morrion ndWebband the w e by the death of an 1nol l a ni Arca d 1e ..e. (hair..C .. "o ............W .T. t....... ort
Sb the tstoragn das of its teacher, Mi.d si .n d.Curtice. -awAhB M Mach dfma c o rye wa t i done by the break-.A B.J. '

Isi q to l s of mublc produced by the appreciation and admiration of the SundaefII a.ma and 7:30 d. m. iab. et W orrin, e., le.t niaht. Supt. Je T wlIt.rf utnd s Jouhen.o I. .lad
r I rbome orobeitm, conelatiag of four te music, given without afint, by the baDhschool at o'clock. young Peo Mesrs F. and H. Aries, of Salem, N. Iue HftelYIndianR<>cktdl ).... p i 00 LV n o(TJa( aoL.W.fly.)....a....... u a
rk, Bagle ad D t, the election but would gladly have da eronompny no bein orn d h a
Dpeertan deTeloped a more martial air, tened again and a hais. Pomonarshould Mh etin every Thurday afrnooniat The accounts of dist int Sacretary N o.o I W e orii l^ e a 'B .
benchedd by their teaoeer, made their talent. vited to all the servlei Seate free. Loan Ayowlation, are short *1,5o0. s ... .
p l tn e te ndme. Ae Not theleat eain event of the A boveaent afoot at Denmark, & P AN l a
S ,s their reap vepotlron. on n ore tO t and M la C... the ornisb ur on w ol a the o o l p .. .. .
A e* w en adlesser, e royedesT way co rntr t reth hstye vkied TeteO compfs to buold r cotton m iaL riga bu gl azdls ih
Mtli flore," which wam kngdered the public teyoher, orchbtarindhol. A company has been ortinced to sonvi.ehir CrnBrooksiie latks. Train ret ileeingcBrs Port
u b hool, nd s the chil a nd fact a who contributed build a cotton otorya at M le r City, ........ A to" l. B AM B.CAB
S' ole brok. uponar tl t. "rue nlsndensabtlerlna w. C' nde worl k werl oar mmene e a t a o nai s.a Ct ..y. So ot .. Ge .. Id
regulated schoolrhoilomade yesthayf obtainiu beao prd vroed,
citation and gboru oritilo e tr oo ttl he A o"naain Song," ghivrentbhe decaoitawnb 0a nRday.. |
widuthon from thn graceful pen of vter ml n nted them, in behalf 1 Nine-tenth of distriot a mbly N. ...... 1 Jacksonville,
S"la. GseenP w nenat lInbs order. Bob. of te oonlledw to styeand partake ta at Pitteburr wla dert the o .
e .omKemow ,ai d lldoyater, Mere yade, ex ay ontrateve t if the ynPd hadtdr v c tlao lr ntheb f o rfo l s or at hedo h Ro
S eed a former ort ak thi em of the on people .to obta ....... n St. Aus.... tin ....
Sa ls s o- wnhlst g the chorus ably food. neeoeloialen pro.eurn t h ertal I AoiItowr Me., s ankin and Pmoruck f w a" 't r l .
fa teachig 'rtlWleUUtha la llasdthne gfbled a weU O'Nemll warh argroted at Kahase City -
regulated hoolroom. \ yesterday or obtaining board throu ..

S, .e bt ta ehbildrU0 aghie- Tdlev erl y de y it ea a p min hag denou hne a r nd rsonom ofi
1, o o hight to ten year s Thio e h d i. w nrdd l ng id In the ...t for the ut........ .. Ralt ............= I
to asDydo, mdd*' i ofMINon s nd w t ver, s f ul l o erye -, .ddme.dorio ,csuaciaAery h. e -- .' 7
, "y ptabl len showing the t horoughe tunately thW e Ip n worked aoaderab T iA llc pse tt ir obThe s erw e fatR hnaonnaf tery' tv4r --* ................p...At I O e











s at constant te ibta Twenty-ix dollate ch aged h anlae aal a Clomea ouo hordy asal t:... T.:5 In ............rNeeds
S.4, a recitation by Miss Bby raldl and the pupils ar to be cona s a after ha t r t he room f ,
Tt lePyoi d)11more suggestive title, h r....b.11oDolee. no RTH r. ..












e." Very ably did the lit* Toose muchfpr canknos b Th cdes d h st The hons. of representatives of i. TATIoNs. eo.s ao.at 3o.as Io. l eAtion 0. me.s 55.5o5
aldMen tell ber storyand I think ofthee ytocher m ty u eood; ishe asoy e- a a souri Mdeeatd the bill agat l uneh ville... T ) I.Sl ....w palm a u p )s.............. ...!
S ~A bt few; if an t of the osras lrstran, and plan andd plan again, but aps's esya hato in theatres and eh!rches by av LA, .Iie el)....1.. v Jte y. ...:.... 11* s.
d o. r e t.sp "nat Peomaon an ron W aitnsotis v a cine. S o it w a s thero n th e r- ly b o op n d fana t. .... ... pA t ....... ..... ... ...Aepd.............e11um I. .. ... .../













l; t of e llowatha'e" b s t tyle an tid tuon of teacher and put p e a g halt a. u Uro a W. H. wase1, w anted New r e, tr 4ra..aA. .**.l Pn G ..ot % ......e, i.....
bo t" ofti ti t ith m o olhtful evenstl e was given to Pomona aicra3: o i' Th a n ra obtaing money under false pa- Lv alka n........ P n 1 ............J .. .r. navl.... ...*. ** sll S MIn *s "" .
.;are as beek our shale fterAelmeI noirorampC oemas" ents of the high sc noltho e dictionary, i sof a e srSn Mate n are c tion ..,..) ...... Istus. .... ...... .. baoyreic i ea.ne ..
: be pathetic song, "Two Little Girls chart end maps which are. so esen trial. o Cthem eat fIt tD5r TPep.ort Mill, a C., Manufactan ntormoarsa ;.... oher ua..o. ..o ... u S o *i leo
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