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 22, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
lccn - sn 95047304
lccn - sn 95047304
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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dining and if the farmers contlal
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mr*e arop will be fed to live
NedMs Cemmts Of tdat Ou
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eon veonm of Ameriaun Pre
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a three days eeson. The
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me p podtlon for t' forus.
of wlut I to be known. s
independent Amerles party.
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r enoughh now to form a pwaty
amber over omehundrd thousad
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imeoasth s emad flow wh et body
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AMwandah In Ith emmuseon Itt itnter-
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polblif dt Mr. onm -is apop-
';', m Up.KAN Wil. CONTROt

WAMErtoN. Warh 1.-The dlasp.
sndace of teen Senatoae will
tmake at etimean lan the appear
aM em the senate Sor when thatbody
m to Mrla. PrltsHadof the majority
of the dMla btng ee th& demooratio
ided they now apper onthe repubsi an
side an Inothis sometion it Is inte
lgto know that at the request of

WeWeopuablenM i ts. al mv pop-
sdat rep re

toat lahties taid suehe other ques,
tits aM C not Aneonsid"tm with hi6
views t on peulhsubjects. Sena. tor
Reason, whom be sucoeeds.
td that Mr. Butler would at ae times
be teSped Mthe ein blanrmony wis thke
mi ltln teseateothat wl ant with
t oer shbei anb inm atte pertaiin

to RWSktl d ORGANIAh ot IOqu.
ene Pserd n inondm istoent wX. thhA@p
views on pulaoe ebjets. lnstor

anw Yewm Marom le.-oThe prophet
imm ofh sthe a w s Ce antra
4a* whemby the Savannah and West.
bodbdolr are toreceilve for each
A,000 bond 600 Into new general mort-
gage four per cents, 8O60 la first
preference incomes and 6$,50 in second
perena .. pf ioomeM, Is not soeeptable
to the Savannah and Western protse-
love committee. A member of this
'emwmlttee says that the terms are not
am favorable Ms oriidaally proposed tad
thtt t4 isdoubtful whether the arlgini
proposition would be esoptled now. It
In blivdthat farther iodlfltlous
w lU be SeeeMry before the ptln a
be'. Uy lseimd. houses
p l peipsad in the pla n M frt
a o e pre tleally duMled
bief I* aisq li Ine that the
hea-iw" reorgas th, property eB toe-
mete d isale tsonotbers milway In


e Ds, mWt isspse"U 9 0s",
MaceW. Ge. MrSkh 'L-Th &6e
GOW46theR amd Flor"th seense
harwd to dispose of. veral weeks 4o,
16 wempatam& loek ad so sales
was am ywas put up &&R<.

aost anseneed t Oat under
b, terms, of the 6dre. te prop"ty;
a10 A OMed by Ion p lt at which
h se ri A ks is sAd *at

VsinWellslM of oase we

ItIs bad apearedo n
t llroad, ls det" "

-r W. L Vanderbilt may
ag'py the Deoheea of Maeheate, *
E iflMP "MuOaflsole Ya % ., a ni- cld or
Tor of u o Tsage, who at on a p and ns a )dtet,
Ma Was the husband of Mrs. William .yo uW go r ll Mdl
Vaderblit' sister, now Mrs. h in- ii l e Z"

Mies M. Walte, who used a o00e.0oo m5
defalaotion at aettetbbro, Vt. tIn 1o, ia a Jiys. le l-
di t Omatha lt week. He served with DOU, 0-0 w It 4 .
faz yam In prisao and was prosper. Tbi *m it has bW
Oesl eneoted with the Omaha and double, NA 6 Pe las
Onust Umelting oompiny at the tme of th sme. ]d
his death. th e.
These s great ladignaton ain Hall- = DT>lkT
ove, N. C overthe departure for Utah
d ht residents of the county who
bare -M noonorted to Mormon faith.
The delegation was accompaniled by
two or th e elders, who have been do-
doing missionary work about there for
two or three years.
Chicago has over thirty elevators,
which handle $140,000,000 bushels of
grain every year. The Union stock
yards cover 850 acres and cost 8 8,000,.-
000. They haveeight miles of streets FIRE'S DESTMUOTIVE WORK.
and receive 8,000,000 head of took tW A. e ellg Newpo 0`, om o
every year. The meat exports exceed e aeots n& a., ure.
100,000,000. OLIVMLAND, 0., Maroh 18.L-The
One of the saving banks In Portland. nowspaWpr buidlng o Ontario street
Me,, had a book presented for settle- occupied by the World the A. N. Kel-
most recently, which was opened ll r Newpaper Company and the office
IMS, with a deposit of M0, followed by of the Union Pre, was completely do-
S0M In18N&, and 8o0 ln1864; totaldo-. etrayed by gflh lit eve*lnr, the Ine
posetoe T00, of which 8528 was with- starting at e o'look. The total "I
drawn in 187. There is now due the was about 8150,000. It is thought att
depositor a balance of 03,027.97. the fire started through the careldee-
Mrs. L. C. Hughes, a woman of Kan- ness of a porter. The World sustain
sM City, Kan., tied up the Kansas leg- a loss of about T87,000, the property be-
itlature the other day so that it was Ing partly insured. The A. N. Kellogg
unable to "turn a wheel." Mrs.EHughes Newspaper Company's lose is about
is chief enrolling clerk of the house. 10,000, and the building was valued at
She sys that the state owes her 8O about 50,000. EB. Bower, the man-
for extra services sbd when her b Cl ager of the World opened an emergen-
aM up her t"atic stopped aMl br y office in the Arcade building. L r.
Msa. Payne, the editor of the Press the rival
of the World ina the afternoon field,
tendered the use oa the Press plant to
-the World company. Mr. Bower saye
the World will be published as usual
,s is Txtile aaemuteft emd ta *:a

CHArrAxooA, Tenn., March 0.-The
Tradeemsan' report from all oer the
S south .sys
Ths endteon oa t exsl e manufacturer t inall
-" \"2sl ite branches is very encourwsias A good mayr
aft l as ralld w ith ordrs for some moths to
rmea, and renewMal of plants. and etabllb-
meat ofnew o s" are reported flte n sea
l los. In tran .asuloeturia. more so tvlt is
m atfosted, ut pries are still very low. 0081
mauling stpmw e m woatin0f oallUs eld
r po a toaseady mad. eethee hun mber
masufattuaree ame lokin forward tos o*
ve wiu s s business with imer riMes teisM
53 iwm'I W unt a-nrT, have been kovma darti the M0P esr..
DO" 1 ',T WANT T=L n AnewimportantN OW l&tol tr"lbu

only what other toan, eMWe i& ;., o OW 1a iosi. et mnl mpl

.ab Wome ha've S s u ioStc u s,
Mow faces, dull re ad hollow OtNre wea., a W s O, We..1 1w
ea.h togeer hlow ePts, t tea. Os
when they are made miserable with g V ARRON IMPOVINg
disorders, derangements asd wee- A I .
a peculiar to their ex. Health se ar aeeemwe as e Aeu m p.
is r ed, after periods of limzness, mao Wee te VmS.
aeOnu prostratio and excitability, INDUZApos,. Ind., March IL--Xz-
S t. resident l arriso has so f r recover-
or othr s i dispacemntoftea w daes to sOt ap. His i1prvemenmt has
ment or asplement the ,wo- been steady ever ie sa his dau mearW
ms y .o pagd whn ste "IM 'd *. and his a dob re arrived at hi
tlon isaogd. Besides, it's sold a houso,3t was o birthday
Its mrits. The proprito tke the bafay Me nud, during his eate-
and tes 0 General a4 ea611 *
Its rmar d to beanet or eare ive prpelsoSe I fUs the *mtf A,
Sth r drseases, and week-. heatof ehUd4 m1sen1 the ndbei od
sumsa at uwmn,.or ney isI&, were1Present. am sarios Ilat
W bM'4 e dobemtfWkt ork wm big ma t,

The Geom (Ity uards will give a fair ATHMEt1
mad ball f April 1th sad 17th, t*e sease ,
p'osee0 of ybaich will go toward ar- U5ek an
etbla ne# sr ifotem. The lX Adik NAA
who have iTndly ousesnted a s els to Was
mapalg the dair a suoeose, will de
everything mo their power sad am
briUmat ffair pedlteted.
0au. J Av-sa w-e0d
4#er oO witM hypeoesehp -o V
leo to e a .irast

lie angle a. Mi mlfA by iruehn A lok

Supeemt e reu euty, W

N).as mistiom issed, ee

It eon ths tate forted lt
lstit of the enaty e" oam t V

sred by the governafor fa",vU o-
justice of this state. death w ep* t
'sigod, notaries public a polted, e
misoners of deeds for florida rsdldag
In other staes, letters patet beie4 kt
corporatious, e t,.
Morlda Centsl l ad Peelmi- I Meet hW0
6ee.0e at, or hbe .4
TALLAmAMis, Fla., March SO.-In
the supreme court yesterday, Mr. JuIM
twice Liddon for the court handed down
a decision against the Florida Central
and Peninsular railroad and In tavor of
the state for back taxes for the year
18T, 180 and 1881, amnouutla to IO,-
000. The lines of the road from Jack-
sonvilll to Chattahoochee, lueluding
the t. Marks and MonticTllo braehMe,
from Fernandnla to Cedar Keystmad
from Waldo to Ocala; are held liable to
sale for thee taxes for the yea me-
tioned. From Oaias to Wildwood i
held liable for the taxes of 1881. troin
Wildwood to Plant City and 2ampr 1I
held to be exempt. Tbis suit was de-
cided In favor of the ralrmd Deoem-
ber 1st, 106, by Circuit Judge John F.
White, at Live Oak o far a theme pe
tioular befk taxes were oonomened.
Dies ef~Cr h tears eM Det slerg ea
P-aooLA, Maroh lt--Aftert week
of rain and denee fop along tho esnmr
the sun 1 again shining ad we re
promised a seem of real iersUa
weather. Frui tree re buddinl rap-
Idly now, and may of thea e In fall
bloom In few weeks re all r-
membane of the unusually severe
weather will have passed from the
minds of t4e people. These a rebusy
days for the fanrmer.and g.srden and
they are filled with bright hopes for
the year.
Ixt-Ulhth Amusl S -lef taAmeatte
ileu w oet IfsmainE rse
SOAe rift., March MS.-Oret pro
mtios an being Made for *4 eting
of the members of,*the Ausican Inti-
tate of MIntelw' greers, the sixty-
*igfhth eemsd of which My will meet
in Omala o the Mth instant The In-
utatule l~bmpomed of the most proml-
eate atneen from all part of- the
rlo The membership number from
to three thousand.

m esM ar- t aeemNUeeI n
n.rm Deum. lae., Murs IT.-The
month ilrmsda Ch autqu will bald the
aith nuMal Mesmnly at MnoutS i ,
Lke wunt. March to A Orl An
elaborate program has beaw Tes
which Includee come of the beidalt
avw eng d by the manMemet.

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a probably e""esd se an h
this meamtses not am"et d a whld,
have bon even idwe a tJU haNbeee,
aBd qwM tle gMadd 41t4 6 m ii a
hand sad th*e st laesubesta tllya~ t
of the hUde ofe &*n,-r. tM ea e
tomean whohave rMp eaetd the'beuI '
elementseomany moths while otto
was moving ia large toluams, now M5
sort to thisUaM r of unnlag values up
simply as a devilesto lndues thrnrs to
plant more cotton than Intendd. U 3
He warns the fIrmoer that the rti U H o",
in cotton of the last few day ist- ns on A.eth
clonmand that itis the produet of a* Dow a
conespirMe to systematically rob the Il
producer of hIs legitimate gains. S
"wt* teeo ewev tsWei 3 ?Seno
Conttnuinbiaihots: "Let the Pon-
pIe bewamre. tisa Lbeolttobctch those New' s enM^ Wt
who will 6ite. There Is mo legitimate wir em ia on Wkso Sw 3ot
reason shown for this Sudden rise in W K* NW,
cotton values. The produtonhas ox WEEK'S NEWS l I
oeeded the moat Sanguine expecatinonei n 'oi
Rbmls has placed a virtually prohibi- The nex taslritional
tave duty on Amarican cotton, as we grewoseure iMn Mess IM
san no lonr sell hller 500,000 b les,"dl'." d dg M al i '
He Saysthat those who are naeally IW neAw Mooun1a1, 1 !i ,
engaged In the work of prodnooin Bwct- n ft, td o i A i
ton are nt elraing twelve cents a day has ftmnadto
for their labor the year round 'Ad
what In to be the te of this M
man whose cotton b down e held Marsh It 1t6t14
or one and a halfenttis fall?' Nor Afland gmedprMtestin'
Is It at iall Improbable when we rewog- has bo formed at
ainm the sonditlon that ontfronts as for Another um 4tra
I invite lcoederation of the that befit at Terre basto
we had a most phenomMasil SeM fa to Ills.
picking our crop thi test MeasMon ad The shallow Ist h
its olassification was higher than eves eeAe for e Wipa' vlw
known. Hardly any gradiag les than kenLs Ar .
low middling, which averaged les Weest lr e .ad ae
than fivelo nte." Wst m r e
"I Invoke," he ooneoludes, "the meet gaIn t reeto tIP
earnest attention of cotton n12 to mun"e" ,
this nefarious scheme and ddress yo The Tel fsLto
this letter as the caveat that you may ditiouai aMes of ***
not be deluded by this wolf In sheep's tdeta '
clothing, or in othw words, this 'bear Mjar Martl1itll 41r
la 'bull'' clothing." frto y at .
namesai commIt aeSe maMeeM y" Sold h6t eMMllin
a n4 he AthsI ete banm badUe am 'lra
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HBBBBBKB act "t Not orlon. se'-- l'-.---.,, "."wo.
eiFred the s. oemiltom of a numba W a New
toi alt If you wish further too, emboled In Klluatated Pamphlets, Yo ramo wlhom rDr.arkasrei Johan
We amm bResler o oA. John .Q Wnes ongote
With complete Nape and full, data, era aK B. Porer nd Maror strarne. I 1.
M li.ft 1dnl i '~Apply in per-on or by letter to r le-tt a .lo thios U id I. hI"ON who is other Pse Aet n i. ciNrk HowNll, of the Atlrta OatM-u
Il0o SWf c OhildrB, Of the rea esoli4 BtlIr in the World. ae," s onse o its vts-pesidomt.
. e l 0t bito 0l@ to -An ar as Mr. Howell l emasM d, e khoe
Thtse, FuFnv wittr, The Santa. Fe Route I "S'"o'nS""Hast "e o "a
liltnle1glrl 5 lbt Mrt. BISBMON it loweate Cbatta eoganTna., o m poemo srel to by Mr. Maat
tid. At No. 1 Niath mL, and tmhe ateh Btril always oat o l in
ef Mr. aad Me. He wil ue itaplemore to send you Oitorn a Literatre, s oemae bQ pre-
Wine D4, Mis And sihplatetabmttand improved Toariot Sleepers that n a reueadgemayos tonaand
MStes, vtian VlI the auta e o nto I reom Oh lo ot. S Loos ntd Kmaems City, leasY5 a e fM. a ,t ola ubf1e
retro.Aag dep- Thrlyth without obale tto aa Angeles an SAn Dl egs s s "2 w s
et timo. him about tbe er f dy, but of** moumt wll ea. atr.,
BS Vher tau ad"es, it Me l atrte neata itu i
So W errWi. Personally Conducted Weekly Excursions I "Me" ""or "pu
m tw iCtty,* The11 t FnoItoalw hso so als of mo is ownme
Io i7 t lad We Mknowled. a very pleaset ail The coaltn appoin by tuh s Me anorin. Ats Nay tom i. 8. l ,as n t, reaL. Board of County Oom tseloners a t te "tr elsai es tm w" sod I this tep Is aet l
ia, li : dear atwager of the Atlaw Banhof ltl meeting to ietigaler the oosts of l ^e s sso seo oort 4hO AmeronM Press Amootlton, one the rnmuion Coort, met Tuesday, Esuel lam einaer i leae.nses
f -- o the leediug mewaafrtlring lnsiltt. hMrd ae dewne, ad will make their H h THINs5 IT A DIoGRAOK
s ,w t a o i b. o eotuoauountryp. Mr. Flanagan t te UBao,. sLaO Is tett albOut.t.Wome nep
ShIMone of theo levert foelows we have d ef P. Tpri *S**M W aam rM eniola-
V, npiayR Is b met ia a lon whtle, old is afne, bus*I-, Ala, L Is OO.A A Meh NM.-I -so
Ask e mabot.Whtn St. Johns Lodge o 8, 0f aterv to today AMHwld, Dr. b.
su ad, and Its ea P., undertakett ask, iis always prop- A. Mosely, Jr., hsarman of the s te
010t C M.To. "O AO OW, er],ay and satistaCtorily done. As eo- Mpabli a eeoUtive committee, ebar
Si alb o OOIA OO 1 ON GROWERS. tertainem s~ members "re famous. antertsha the manifesto o the two pop
Now .having been A seaew An..elae. oemai sseM eae. b st night at 7.80 o'clock the steamer Mlaon tn HowaSd and
later Manning, reltive to the *auMIa
er M 1 Tie eo. A May lraw T arrived from COecent Otty, soeditlon of Alaboma, a a most di.
eiW. who wed u we Ahro, ooi,-Te Te Geora bringing a member of Crecent gradeful ot on the part of two men
I i T. A L W. at 1usd beau yMsterda. W. A. Broughton Lodge. qf that thnvilg town. They ocMapy lg prominent positions. "No
91 yqea., and w^a eleeteA p and J. Lldae, wars the gasele it. Jon Lode an sayas t totk

L ha 7 age M ladnas the bod,, sheet 80f strong, ughrbed drive mne and money away from Ala.
S heas .B to ol Malf oft the l mndge toomet to erbuoh's a "t toot'tW toIm

1Sawhere Pe wssh tia was B Ms diemt SetAKmER SHORT IN HI OAI.S
PaoW hohaso OAthe S LARN1NsM. led uad *labotatto oped. asea e. **aMh seems, S* s
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.Av ttdi b"in hadthe clouds is the sun still shining." e t oa se'M Think .ofGit The news rftN ew_ _
W1Mbae IM Uts ist.nlp this Keep a stiff upper lip, and before long with a mor complete line of Art Good, ree days-0t papers a year. dS
part 4f t4h4 4 se0t1. He the clouds will break and the sun burst Iollet Articles for the complexion, We have made arrngemear, wh. "
bas vieTad e f the 'Brick out with redoubled brilliancy, convert. Demakn ulies ate. Stmping we can furnish TTu Tz M. '
aa vert'done to orer. Orders taken for the andthetwice--weekNewYorkWorm
Clv,"has o Its hospitalities, log the dreary rain drops of worry into Delarte and Dr. Nichol's Corsets. all for only 1.75 a year. Hk thek
Bad Wlie ok pl it friends among glittering diamonds of joy and pror. General agent forthe new Taylor Dress ortuniy to .t yoterown loeal e .
I ittehnu. ge oeasiders It a very perty. That is the encouraging belief Chbrt. A flist-clas dremaker in antheew York World twice o very cP
connection. Articles taken aRd soldew ri
prtty,^ to.w, but as we are told entertained by Nimble and his friend mmon. week at extraordinarily low rates.
,istlibnpaptuula sm odleots he will say HuNTRESB. 'Or4Ori for LAdles' Switchee and The St. George, under the manage .
ti wo re delnlte than to remind Hair, in/dl forms5 will receive Drompt mTheStIeorge fre rl I
ht e that bthare It no place like Why do some men counterfeit the attentlql if left with Miss FLORA ment of Mr. James Gamble, formerly of
%owlan to exprs the opinlounthat UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 7P') a0cK. Any vshde desired. 99.4 tie Orange Bloom, is now open It the
t ixn aneaYk 6 Iw ne e hsripple Be it is the best on earth. public. First-class satisfaction uares.
oI 1t il:. las; so se so blue W do some merchants claim to --".I.^ e
a thov whlA t bead over the heaving have ate ood ats as the BUVK- Havi. resigned the o of State
. .. ..mO; k.o ze d h ff_
se. of Lake George; no sm so or the same reason. / oruey, L have resumed the practice"
1 -owlag aditender as that l whichd You will nd. the enginee article/ of law I allitse branches. Wholesale Grocerand Cor
Sto, In the Geer Olty's surrounding moat satiafalory.ICo woo. ......... .,WIh.W
totry; ad noses so baiy aed Oe, No. 1 Shelly Buildl g, oppo
hIealt-glvlng as those which waft over _._____r j P_ -- a v_
the fleld ad forests of deas old Put- /_ a L n W te .
", I. I .i rl I.^ SBf J-- Cor.e Lemon arnd Water
I ia people oat her spend most of lI >1U ( r lld *
thimr time and breath groaning over a (I
thedead orange trees, and scratching I I *
up Lheirv getable w led to see If they F lt / H 1 m l I I ,"o :-
hve sprouts. Theoram all sadlyin to oe p o urls am ton car a t,'V'a
need of .so. of Avis' bright philoso- Mo b i.
phV'and Obridan fath. They seem .m reH "(1
to have that the pigs will not A t
acomplihb a ualeneat number of
the Job I. a mods thorouyi and satin- i..;.;e-se;or,. and
*b md thy a tng do ~means so much mor than -
r job int. moo thorough tndo io om ri than Heart Disease 30Yrsi ; &
bilot'y manner. When the time comes ou ina .,ineserio and
'for themito be bo dMstoh eirl ut -. t leases resu t from Shirt rad, 118 nrmr s .0' w L
l: g to- elt will be, lipible to lift trin ailments ne elected. Mr --es Worm 9 "
th oon on aneomt of theweightof Donf(playwith e8 L SStU Cfb^k or,___ _
i ay al ad bolt Itrbets.t will greatest t-heal ln sve tb Chinese a nd
*. aid momesmary to leave them --eats Ie- her du ei; r NBOB nw h Pr oI apilieo Iw isnsaig,[-. i,)
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