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 29, 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: VID00071
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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tredgtb of the opposing candidate. *noeM n Daytonla
The meeting was called to order at,
8:18 by Capt. J. D. Points, -balrm L. JL U OaMm prteohe4 am slo-
of the Democnratio ecative omn- Tser mon uKa swd oeoirjtat
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b aquet band b) and huit
S.% salted and dried up Mmatlit. I
Joosk like It, and poor J. WK
*lmply vem to Atesa the Impa ot
Dayton Island. Well, J. P. went up
1by there Batrday with a filly it
pArty ever navigated the "deep
lae sea." Twenty el x rollokling
su l chartered the oo, steamer
.aith and took a small up the beautiful
,t. Johns. Our destlnaton was Dray.
Ift Island, bat when we rushed there
*o dark forbidding forests, with now
ead thane agoblina lhig his Ugly
-*AM ot0btwean the ded breehos
Vt the orange tree, frightened us
away, and we landed at Lake George.
Yfor eorrespon lent wanted to call on
"Hnntress" and try to patch up mat-
ters a little, but she is too well guard.
ed by Gomena, Rob Goblins and
other uneany things to make it safe
So do so, ad we were afraid to try It.
We are therefore destined to fethup
to little pleeem, well salted and per-
Uap peppered and pickled and
oared. eBuh Is the fate of a new
Paper eerespoadent, and sunh It the
amilty of a woman.
The ride up the river was filled with
madness. Where there had been green.
thrifty orange groves there Is now
nothing but dead branches. Even the
forest treesareslowto put out their
new foliage, as they were evidently
Injured by the oold snap of Feruarby.
Boston weather In Florida don't pay
aM, and it will be much more profit
able for us to go to Boston when we
desire any of her climate than to
bring it here. Boston is evidently a
aen place to cultivate the mind, to
learn to speak the English language
orretly, and deport one's self with
proper stiffness, to train one's eyes to
that featured "stare." that speaks so
well for high culture and a lofty in.
eolleet; but when it comes to caitivat
Ift orange trees or any of the finer
and more congenial actions of hu
Inaalt, its 6 poor plane, and should
4bsavoided. I trust that our Weather
unreal will be satified with this win-
ter's experiment and won't ever try
4geln to make Bostonans out' of
lorida Oreakers
Lat week the steamer St. Aearotine
la for thirty hour. aground on the
Orange Mills flats, Nearly every
eshooner that passes up the river for
* Palatke get aground on these shoals.
I have repeatedly written that Fe, -
eral Point lays at the head of deep
river navigation, and now say that
the G. S. & F. Railroad should be ex-
teded to this place. The J., St. A.
& I. Railroad should run a spur here.
The 8. F. & W. RalLroad should come
to Bridgeport, and by extending Hub.
bard's wharf aeroes the river should
also run in here, and make this place
the great head centre for all the ral-.
woads and terminus for all deep river
Sarigation. Palatka s a sort of one.
heme town anyhow, and all her en.
terprise eould bebroughtto I his place
with very little trouble. Here we have
all the natural reones, good *oi,
good health, d*ep water and every
teollity for a firt-clas city. The
eanal that ls to be built from Ctdar
Key to St. Augustine will run right
up against this place, when It pts
stated. The Clyde ships can oome
heM 0And disharge their cargoes, eon.
meeting with all ihe* railroads and
the canal, making this the greatest
oity and distributing point in the
State. Federal Point has a great fu-
tore if Its people will only go to work
in the right direction. There is plenty
of land here to build on, and it is
Hbeap too, and all we want is a little
men puba. .J. F.
Dr. Pilce's Cusm Salkiag Powder

SThere is every indication that a rail.
We will be built at an early day from
seme point on the lower East Coast of
torida across the many keys which
sakut the mainland, to the city of Key
W-i. Asurveyforsuch a road was
made some years ago and competent
A4ngisers pronounced the project a
Sperectly practicable one. The dis.-
tance would be conesiderably over 100
S mile, and thd road would require nu-
S rous long treaties and bridges of
,, iroa and stone to wtllhtand te esoame
which frequently sweep over the pie-
way to the Gulf of Meioo. It lte Msid
S. M. Flagler is at thl head dl the eo-
terprite.
', T. Denbl, f aMas le, shipped
1 7,00 buslef tiduu Wairdaty.
of > healthy sad vigorouss,

Widow or maiden


ItetheN 1a lseeteeb-
'a good result tIn
SN ellie Sm'tb, of Hertfuod.
.pe relltion tln a her own
It happy manner, mnd
a nt d of hearty auplauec,
Ww llUdeserved.
aS..q l eang the pathetic sonr.
lte eMM lhoe," by Galty, with a
bieety Of expeesslon which left noth-
lgt mw i to be deired n that direc-.
% asS-ftodh her beautiful con-
,dio Tom toeteoldoa.
The waits and galop on three guitars,
played by Mina Whitman, Miss Cheat.
oam and Ms. Mitceell, was much en-
joyd.
Miss Mary Alle, always a favorite
at RuntlIngton, presided at the piano
in a meet aooaptable manner.
After the concert the school sang a
few songs ian an normal way, en-
gaged in game, andall voted the sing.
Ing school a grand sueeees. .
A Full aid new line of
Fany and Plain Crockery,
Glassware and Lamps, at
LILIENTHAL's.
Why do some men counterfeit the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
MONEY?
Because it I the beet on earth.
Why do some merchants claim to
have just as good pants as the BUCK.
SKIN BREECHES?
For the same reason.
You will find the genuine article
moet satisfaclorv.
Headache bad? Get Mi" i Pain Pll.


Mr. Lee Clinton, a young man who
has been attending college in Georgia.
returned to his home in the Indian
Territory, last week, with the purpose
of Interesting his people in an exhibit
at the Cotton States and International
Exposition at Atlanta. It is hoped that
he will succeed as a large proportion
of the population came from Georgia
fifty years ago.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand
is a powerful liniment especially pre-
pared for external use for persons and
all diseases of hones and cattle. 81.00
sime 50 cts, 60c. size 2 cents. Acker-
man & Stewart, druggistt Palatka.

TAX BOOKS WILL CLOSE APRIL 1.
The Putnam county tax books will
close April let. This is in accordance
with the law on the subject. Those of
our citizens who,have not paid their
taxes should do so at once, and thus
avoid the usual rush on the Collector
at the last moment.


Wh s pend moneysarcing af-

Sick Abed
But fliserable
With
Chronic Malaria
SBuch I the depresnag condition
Sof thousand of people in this
Scold tongue, cold sweaty hands,
no appetite, little, tired out,
Sillisou ad genuine miaerycaue
the anxious question ri
Vktim What
of Malaria to
Should Know Take
WhoTy spend money searching a-
Ster new medicine, or payingbi.
Doctor's bill, when a single bot
tle of the oldest malarial remedy
Son the market wM give instant
relief.

Wintersmith's

Chill Tonic
* Has for generations been sed Inn
every county In thi section. It

NEVER FAILS IN ,
Chills and Iver,

inn Pmw, joWripp. i
Tried and True.




HAZEL


& NEUBECK,

Wholesale Butchers,
Are now prepared 'to fmish the
FINEST STALL FED TENNESSBI
BBEF ever brought to tae State, at
reasonable price.
Whae es a R t


i a wonderful liauiiitnt for r"ie
I ltui, aeurdliia, prln t ainit )U, iut* fur
ainn or boest i $ ls0) Oo 60 ca; 80 oti
41se 5 enat,
Tiekets to all Polate.
Gase's lToulJti OSfc U anu the City
Odfec ot the (< Ida Railway, at PEREK'S DUIOG
dirORE, corner Second and Lemon
Istreta, where tickets can be purchased
r all linhues o or from all parts of the
World. Unbiased infirmatlon, lowest
rates and btwat ecommodatlon. GaMe's
Tours, corner second and Lemon
tresta, Palatka, and 141 Wnt Bay
streets, Jaksonlillte, tla. aplOtt
Drmes Walng Itabslisalslt.
Min flora Paddock may now be
foud In the Jennings Block, Lemon
street, opposite the General Market,
with a more complete line of Art Goods,
Collet Articles for the complexion,
Dreemaking Supples, etc. Stamping
doe to order. Cre e taken for the
delsorte and Dr. Nichol' Cornets.
General ent for the new Taylor Dress
Chart. A irst-elass dres-maker In
connection. Articles taken and sold
en commlssioa. fe3S-tf
iyOrders for Laodleos Switches and
Hair, in all formal will receive prompt
attention If left with Miss FwLO
PkDnDOCK. AnvehAde desired. 29-4


Heart Disease 30OYrsl
Short Brea.t-lpitatiou.
Mr. 0. W. Xolnasey, postmaster of
Kkmo, Ind., and a brave ex-soldier,
ayn: had been severely troubled
with heart dlqease ever since leaving
the army at the close of the late war.
I wa troubled with palpitation and
shortness of breath. I could not
leep oa my left side, and had pain
around my heart. I became so ill
that I was much alarmed. and for-
tunately my attention was called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try t. The first bottle
made a decided Improvement in my
condition, and five bottles have com-
pletely cured me."
G. W. MOKINSET, P. M., Kokomo, nld
Dr. Mils Hoea Ouare eold on a 0 n "tie
ruarante th the Co.t little wlU beedt.
old by ACKERMAN t bottleWART

Sold by ACKERMAN k STEWART


so inotmet At. A uvr.fMal ng Cur* for Pil.


lee to ur* ny eas
menefitreulT d. tl tbom. 6oror a, tbymal.
auras be Mad by oar pmats.
CONSTIPATION ON "ut. ,d
Uirsiulm-d STONMoaIUn AOand
0oon ..u st. 4 al: i& d I peasaut to
,*A, d&Matdd for oh 'u a. aDows
.*jUNTUSU Issued only by
ACKERMAN & STEWART,
mFlatka. Florida.

B. L. Lilienthal


All lines from the Ulh ak*e di
rect connections Cto ttal aiue
Station, Cacinnatl, with threegh
trals of the "Bil Four" to Chicago,
8t. Loaue, Indlanspolli, Columbos,
Uleveland, New York and Boeeta.
for tull Information cal ot estat
aet or address
k 0. M Coaosox, D. B. MAWm,
Pats. Trafic Man. Gen'l P. A T. Agt.
OINCINNATI.
The fnMt and freshest groerien in
the city ar to be found ai Joeph .
Dean's.
Alemt a New York Dally.
That Democratic wonder, the New
York Weekly World,hss just changed
Its weekly Into a twi*e4-week paper,
and you can now get the two paper a
week for the same old prioe-41.00 a
year.
Think of I.t The news from New
York right at your door fresh every
bree days-104 papers a year.
We have made arrangemesu by which
we can furnish Ti TizKWHIALD
and the twice-a-week New York World
all for only $1.75 a year. Here s the
opportunity to get your own local paper
and the New York World 'twice every
week at extraordinarily low rates.
The St. George, under the manage
ment of Mr. James Gamble, formerly of
the Orange Bloom, is now open to the
public. First-class satisfaction gusran-
teed. *


3'Havin, resigned the omce of State
Attorney, I have resumed the practice
of law in all its branches.
W. H. Wioo.
Office, No. 1 Shelly Building, oppo-
site Court Hbuse, Palatka, Fla.


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ekfi pidfquick, afthe wioera ,h
Isr o6 rils iq vegeItaleos Ut W4nM
r r e ncew ,,o
dollar e Isrwuau booh of a t IA ni a.1
Ity. Any bmk ',r nmerehnt usa8 me4u=mn
Ieport em tell our standlngt.
weu. lfver buy, Wr Iwever have goods of
r owe mr the heat prles, ie tiat ol
p Iowa or f u I IEr thatomfr
TRY US. A TRIAL WILL ., ST YOU
N~fFHIO. ND YOU MAY LIKM OUR
RST.
eunanewe.v4dpromptly. stes d
tru r sren dyourn "me f.o rott11 :9
I book abot eMriet 8 Fi;a nudVetrtablea,K
SFrench & Co.,
S116 Warren St., New York.


Chinese Laundry,
Front Street, Palathk, Fla.
LING WAH, Proprietor.

Laundry in flrst-Clas Style. Neat and Clean

2000 rolls Wall Paper,
all new patterns, cheaper


than ever at LIllienthal's,

VITAL TO MANHOOD.


DILL C. WZT'S NERVtE A3411:1..AXN TfPAIT
IV.MNT, atpecft .1~toiLslwa ~e o
raga ca4ulc.NrnoernnaPr 11ato- anc d b
Of taln -Wek os ~w ,alI.. Dsdt;
ise Inether eat, oi
=0eualWeaknesaee, FInol ary Loui, opera&
torrhema towed by overeaartlo o bau,55
=11 mrbudwitn aali Wtsacodort6 dotb
oars Sick Headache, i~tio uLiver Omp

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Druggsla'el ana L-ole Agents, Pualka Fita


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Pre on apphoation. The Now (1894-96) oatalogueof the

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES
GlIm the result of 10 yem experlees with e Nardy lTrfolta in the U. 8.; desoribMe owver
varities offered for rori sad ailaMr Uo, ematgin
Oranges and Grape Fruit on Trifollata Stock
(which make vigorous, produetlvetkMt bear yeug and STAND COLD.) A fulln ies o
orange and other cltros frults, on both oange ad trlfolata took peches, pears, plum, Jaesa
penimmom, fl, p ags, sprtn oMt, lvre, mulbe"lsa pcleraMti, n ut trees, ets., alio morin .-
aul, iningldt.
Sixty Varieties of Roses Adapted to this Climate.

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



The little- Putulm Saloon,.


Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped

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All the Latest and Most Improved Bar Fixtures.
A Finely Assorted L-tock of
WimN, WhMN, Se1w, n.mti= II lWuti Cin,. Toknm Etc., BL.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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we are deteuteg
aore letW us "eat,
irv'isM, for to-sorow wes

J~IMe, &., Of Locooas, was
th is village, a fet days ago.
:A. 6Davs, V r., of Loehlot a, made


' Mr. W ker, of Smithville, was per-
ja In this village on Friday of
aI week,
We have heard many conjectures as
to the probable reasod why "Fred.
Dswkins" did not have in the usual
e Meleho notes last week. We would
likely atat a that there a nnLhinir as-


It moe the matter. We are still "ri
end tp with are.",
'e s LiMb ihmat-er, "A. Farmersot
.. We would like to hear from you oc
s ooally. Fni. DAWKINr

S. baoghts of the Easeabees.
The &ate Commander writes to
e gom Unoln, Neb., a follows: "At
trying other medllcnes for what seen
t o be very obatinate cough in our t
c' eahkrea we tried Dr. King's New D
S, a at the end of two days t
Sgh entirely left them, We will i
h. e Without it hereafter, as our exp
e '. proves that it curem where
their remedies fail." Signed F.
8tevena, State Coin.-Why not g
tis great medicine a trial, as it
N aateed and trial bottles are free
kerman A Stewart's Drug Store.
Regular lse 60 cents and 11.

, ,The Inst Rose of Summer.
Sdi 'i tor Tlm-s-e t-lL
From a broad veranda that shad
the south aside of a humble cottage
one of our priaeipsa streets was se
yesterday morning the first rowee
summer. It stood alone In the sole
grandeur of Its beauty. The rutll
winds of March were swaying to a
Sfro the dry branches of an orange t
that stood near by. The with
inela of the honeysuckle still o
1i the columui that had been Its n
port when It life current forced
th mkaI i it. wealth of odo
bloom. The school children step
,*, & ad peeosad tzoq the paling at
rimsoma roen that nodded as mra
salutation. It stood as a 'n surv
sentinel of a departed army that
ages had lent a oharu to the land
their birth, and blessed with ti
odorous breath the chamber wh
mortals die.
What recollections the preenooe
that rose awakens. The violet,
pansy, the phlonles and coronatio
compeanion of other sesoe; where
they? They fell by the wither
blight of the blifard, whose c
hands' gathered the liteless form
'9 to the home of the buried weas
HeretM thit the land of almost *i
less sammei the roee with other I
dred lowess seeood to have a pern
usl home and an smunity from des
Blt key want down with the eram
and lemop. Estimated by the world
standard of value, their lois doe
appear great. But estimated by t
/ high l at ndard of eatlament a
emotion, they possessed a value
S est to be recoaed by the sclenoe

S Temroe iM oa of tthe lwngr
sIat theUatrneias to remind -
,"' Ne of tbheltouOeM of their long 1
gef It io ene o ofhis I
a4 m" apnt an4 comforters
M eoenes of life.
*ii.,bseiwhik wrefree
Hf wasBmpd It wrest
'0 w )olqpqs wih


ght


oOM vafeeZtla. Pint botle9 a bo 00of





mc. by Acean A ptewrt, drug


And II rn4er als to ear s 9 htma> -
, ra Ba Toto and
I Motanl'a Am lm. Thousand Cod









ndors It em the best remedy ever
eotaerd tor ond. Thon and all pud of
M t Ireomot PlaTry bot. Only 100
pr large byottle. Fo thwart, drug-









git.. .ee advertisement elssyhere.
1 Ad nowr teed tho ear, or nema-r
tis, the age treples arounotd e and




d diare daad, though it im believed tat
Is:11t::*o Blood Bllm. Thousands
edost oft as the best re avmedy ever
ofre betog ut akid. The thousand cred awaynds of
nd perf; butor thed by threes remedy innin
almose miraulous. Try 11. Only $1


It is now tae on that all, or ne.ly
allf so, the one direct around Fthe manu-
dins ine dead, thouga It is believed that


The freeses did much damage in Fer-
nandina; butte tres are beginning

GyDo you want a good Mattress?
If so, buy oae direct tronu the manu-
facturers and save 50 per cent. Write
for prices of their fine Moss-Hair Mat-
trenses to DAVIES & GRIVEsON, Mat-
trcsi Factory, Welaka, Fla. jal9.t.f
-*-
It May Do as Mueh for You.
Mr. Fred Miller of Irving, Ill.
writes tham he had a severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his blad-
der was affected. He tried many so-
called Kidney cures, but without. any
good result. boutt a year ago he be-
gan the use of Electric Bitters and
found relief at once. Electric Bitters
Is especially adapted to the cure of all
Kidney and Liver troubles, and often
gives almost Instant relief. One trial
1il prove our statement. Price only
60 cents for large bottle at Ackerman
& Stewart's Dru 8Store.
J. W. Harris, constable of Bonifay,
In Holmes county, has just completed
the,feat of eating thirty quail in thirty
in thirty days on a wager of $10 with
W. Miller, a merchant of that place,
and as ready to eat thirty more for $150,
itf anybody wants to put up the money.
Den't Put It Off.
The necessity of 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 oy Hood's Sarsapa*
rill, owing to Its real merit and its re-
mareable uccees, has established it ea
the very beel medicine to take in the
spring. It cur ascrofula, ealt rheum,
ad al lhmoIe, billousaa, dyspepia,
headache, kidney and liver complaints,
caterrh, and all affeetions canued or
promoted by low state of the system or
Impure blood. Don't put it off, but
take Heod's flanaparmla now. It will
doyoungood.

At Crow's Bluff the orange trees In
that section are beginning to show in-
diations of lifo. Quite a number of
growers report their trees a putting
forth now growth from three to ten
feet from the ground.


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the

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WWI Disorders


I .UmHA. n.e. ..A 3
*aes C PO
Nigh Orade Tolbeoa
ABSOLUTELY PURE


3E. V. LMXL.* 3S,
--SIGN OF--

The Big Coffee Potl
8AEA Full and Complete Line of
BSTVES, LIGHT HARDWARE and
tINWARE which must be sold.
Will pay o inspect this stock, as I keep
nothing but the bestof everything.
Plumbing, Tinning nd Gas Fitting
executed in the most approved style,
promptly and at low prices.
Don't lorqe. the place. Sign of the
Big Coffee Pot, iAmou 'Street, between
Second and Third.
County and City Duiotory.
COUNTY OFFICERS:
Judge Crimial Court of Rtecord-W. IH.
Wigg.
County Solicitor-B. P. Ca'hon.
Clerk-J. N. Ilackwell.
Judge County Court-M.1 I. Cx.
County Coiulasio man; S. f. Kennerly, T. W. Thomis..n, <1. P.
Yelverton, Jolin Harvey. The lo1ard ileets the
first Thursday in each month.
Clerk Circuit Cinurt--Jooeph Price.
Sheriff-John W. Hagan.
County Colleotor-Frank H. Blanchard.
County TreMasurer-B. L Lilienthal.
County Assesmor-W. M. Williams.
Supervisor of Reglstmrton-J. H. Merryda7.
BOAiRD OF PUBLIC INSTUtUTION.
Dr. t. S. Crill, Chaitrman John H. Green,
H. J. Fowler. Those. W. Ralph,, Secretary. I
Superintendent Board of Public Instruction-
Thoe. W. Ralph.
CITY OFFCnIs.
Mayor-Martin OrlSn, Jr.
City Clerk-R. H. Cooper.
Assessor W.B. DeWitt.
Colleotor-IDr. B. E. Morgan.
Tressun-R. J. Adams.
Chief of Polcew-M. J. Truenman.
Chief Fir Department-Chas.B. Iowton.
GEM CITY OUA.RDB.
Company C, Fourth Battalion, F. B.T.
H. M. DuMONTMOLLIN, Captain.
W. P. HOUSE, 0.a.
UBNEVOLENT AND OTHER o1 IrIOCa .
MASONIC.
Palatka Lof, No. 3&, P. & A. M.-lMeet
First and Third Monday Nights in the moith
at 7 :0 o'clock.
W. H. YOUNG. W.M.
LOUIS r&LK., Seretary.
Ptenam Chapter, No. IR. A. M.-MMes Se-
oad sad Fourth Monday Nights.
C.J. rHA&Y, H. P.
W. P. AimrcaO, K.; C, J. Joeerm, U.
THIO) AIDEISON, eIteaoty.


PALATRA OOMAMnkNRY, No. IK.T.
l. Kt. 13.HASKELL, C.
Sr. KS. 0., 0. L MAIOALV, eardMe.
I. 0.0. r.
Pin e sLoedg wIo. L .0.0r.--M eIvery
MM 1r w I. L.C. MOMOCRAUM, No. 0.
T. W. RALtE, oaremy.
Members o Sea osnatr whioviscige
citv arn o d to mt with us.

EaUMmOS Lge, N. NO. 1-MsM es lst ad
W. H WARlMM, Dictator.
1. B.LOMNiNLLY, Bpqorer.

~-
xF ro r.
su. JeSn ,LodC INo. .L of rt.-Moem evi
Thursday MIhS. 06110.3. MvDIS, 0. C.
J. 3. DOiMLLY, ILt. I.
Uniform Rsl K. o(Noa. 4-Meets for drill
ovnry BoomId d wroulrh We desday Night, at
Armory. IL J.BLLU, Captain.
L A. SMITH, Recorder.
ORB11 OF RAILROAD TELnORAPHERB.
Gum Cir DIv. No. ms.-Met er w eod
adfo tblatturl nmaonliBaimnt K.ot P.
Hall. B. C. BUVARD, C. T.
A. C. inMUUK, G. .
IMPWovmD Ol-DR OF rBaD ME.
OlMnu M19 TalBs, No. Il.-Prophet, W. BS


"ma M vuak the m, a4 64 at
,w*iInfit In jpur 'chMIsI or butsones
Io.;ltg.s, where iit'ie r ni attention is
paid o i ie literir) branches. At
JA-PEIR NORtAt.1L INSTITUTE
there 4 given Conii'Tercul Students
u.t nOl) a vey'v hoIough Buaines
Course, but all members of the Bust-
ness Course bave socess. without ex-
tra charge, to the Literary Classes.
The school l has cmninodilous build-
Ings, a full suppl of apparatus, a good
Library and an excellent CoRPe or
TzACnzs.
The work iu all departments is of a
high order. Excellent opportunities
.re afforded for Vocal and Instru-
mental Music, Telegraphy and Shori
hand.
Shorthand is free to all Students in
regular literacy or business courses.
Expenses re low. Good board ten
dollars per month.
The discipline of the School is unex-
celled. No town in Florida is more
healthful.
Next term opens BEPTMBNR 18.
Write for Catalogue Add'ens
J. H. GUILLjAMJ,
se7-tf Jasper. Florida.

Dr. Price's Cream Baktag Powder
WerM's P elt4 nsiesAward.

PINE TAR SYRUP
Quicek 'ires Coughs and Colds.
Peek's dtug store, corner Second and
Lemon streets


oHanI Blood Balm Fl
TEE UUkT 50W0E35 31DMI NB
llSkin and Blood Diseaam
,It purifies, builds up and enriches
the blood, and never falls EVE
to cure the most Inveterate
BLOOD AND SKIN DIS-
5 EASES, if directions are fol-
lowed. Thousands of grate*
-n ful people sound its praes
and attesIts virtues.
WWRIrT for Book of W "ak I
derful Cares, Bait free on rth side of
p. piatls. pted, but
If not kept by your local drug
send *i.oo for large bottle, or pw's Bluff
for six bottles, and medicine wir some in-
sent, freight paid, by umber of
'eLOODn ALM C., A9 istao putting
to ten
For sale at THE PUTNAM Pr wn
MACY, corner Second and L o00 feet
Streets. Gov F. PrEE. asf*nt w.
very me

Pianos and Orga- th
w eived of
4d, about

S. I. Chi th bek.
oad, was
Deals in First-Class PIANOnutilated.
ORGANS. Goods sold for cash 4
installments. m minmy
The Tuning and Beptlriu DiGe uao.
meant a Specialty. All city orded' and_
tended to promptly. Orders aolctia "
from the country and surrounding M
towns. ".
Headquarters at CocRAnK'a e 'ook
Store. ktlatu. Fla
TAO


P. 'r TT.


P ALINT.


The Averill Mixed Paint, the only
Pure Lead and Zino Paint on the mar.
ket. It will not chalk or ruboff. We
guarantee the paint will prove satis-
factory to the purebaser. Our agent
from whom this paint may be pur-
chased Is authonrsed to protect this
guarantee.


I s


FUHlTURE AID HOUSEFim.KI I

Handsome Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than as ever been M
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Olassware, Iampe and Crmebhmy, m *
prices.
In fact, you will find BARGIUNS In any and everything you wai
and all times. ,
1'ollte attention and satisfaction guaranteed.



Corner Lemon and Third StreetO



LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN IUSIG HOuSg,


EmavRamin a.C. GAa,


ESTABLISHED 1870.


THE LARGEST and OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE
of the SOUTH,
The Inttruments we sell are the Beet and Standard Instrumta ooly.
STEINWAY, MASON & HAMLIN. MATHUSHEKand STERLING PIANOR


and ORGANS.
Jacksonville Branob,
16 W. Bay at.


E40EBT TERMS.


LOWEST PRIIE
GEO. E. BRADNAOK,


LORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R. L


Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points.


ERETT, SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA, GA., COLUMBIA, WASHINOTON, BALTIMKE.

PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.
Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Loulsville, Cincinati, Chicago.
-..... ,irmlnghbm, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock. Kansas City, St. Loulls, Chacag
w Orleans, Texas, Mexloo, California and PacliG Oes.
R between JACKSONVILLE and NEW ORLEANS
SLeave Jacksonvillie 8:15 a. m. & 4.1S p.m
S daily, with Thlrou Biipers for
Everett, Sa anh Columb ,Wahlngtoa,ba1-
timore, Philadelphia New York. aHoton ad al
aaU Eastern points. Arrive Jacksluonvillle 10A a. .
7.0m p. m.
rjrrx-T.g7r Compartment Cars and Dining Can to sadhow


Leave Jacksonville 9.40s. m,
For Lke City, Live Oak, Malon, Montltlo
Tallalsiue, River Jaoetion, 1 hmmoo t, MoMo
New Orleans,
I[ and the Southwest, Mexico. CalUtorala ad me
Paci c oet. Carries gieeper. Arrire J
maviTle .05a.m.
Leave Jakascvllas 0.40 a, m.
For Starke, Hawthorne, SUver Spria, Oaes"
OainsTuvlie, oCedar Key, Wildwood, Leebung
Tavare, Aopk, Orlando., Loochee, IM
PlantCit',7a1pm Arurtvs aToilslesp.m.
6.00 p. m. Leave HR. mtretDepot.
6.10 p. m. Untoniati et.
OCnoinnati and Florida Umited.
Solid Vestibule Train. Tim a little over
hours toCainoaivia ason., Atlanta. s
noons. Comest for NashvilU, Loaleoille, OM-
aso and all point MNorth and West. Artm.
Jalksonvile IN a. a.


1


.00 p. M. sRoM street Station.
640 P. M. Union Station.
Heit llSings Route'
via Maow, AAsian* B rmalmB Holln yprow


splprtng l.d.KM. Clty, St. Louis, C o &e p wl

6.30 p. m.-Loeas for tallamssee sd latmediatoe plt. Arri JaabsMvUtlloe p.m.
7.45 p. m:.-lor,Tmps sad atwrmiatte points. aPull Mpes Ani veJ Asmo
11.00 m.i-mc bquM J a U.ot vMta v u o ft 01116


Pullman *leopers on all Night Trains
leam formt =wad TobMmw l of M lMaw to
I. E. Unrnmmwsoo, T-s-e Umew. A. a. maDoutft. M M,
/

SOUTH FLORIDA DIVISION.

Savannah. Florida A Weatem tallway.

Correoted to May=l0, 1,4.


EMAD DOWN
THE TAYLOR PAIN t & OIL CO.


ROBT. BARNKS, Agt
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
To whom it may Conrn:
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IN OIRCUICOIST YOU PUTNA
oouxwI, FIlTH JUDICIAL
CIRcuIT OF TEn STATE oF
FLORIA-lw QzfAxc=T.
I sL lbu So mI Nr semok v


POULTRY!


PURE BRED STOCK.
BARRED PLYMOUTH BOOKS
BROWI*N and WHITE LEGHORIN,
INDIAN GAMES and PEKIN
DUCKS,
DIuaICATWD FI=a,
MAtt MAL and
Ma c CrYSTAL Gnrr.
Write for price to
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ttnd. ~Novmber StM.


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.:,,. ... -- -- El oia~ail~,i
; a0 sC@Tl u aR b to coaduet their own stairs wit
Va m Kjin|>tondn adaufmm. t, gaid ofutodders, and we be
S theyO will do o.
SWHO SHALL DOKINAT] FLORIDA Our reference to Senator Call Is
POLITICS I loaldeUta ad he no political si
ratose whatever. Readers of
The recent adjourument of Congresn TimBw nha ow that we ua
has caused rejoicing in certain locall- partiHana of M. Call. He ha I
ties, and among a certain classm of men, abundantly honored by the peopi
many of them being Democrats. That Florida, and has been paid
there has been some cause to rejoice, homage than falls to the lot of I
we do not purooes to discuss; that Ihe public men. We do not say thI
should be re-elected, and his name
recent Congress left undone certain beon mentioned only to demons
things that they ought to have done, the mighty effort which will be m
we do not attempt to deny. Their by a few outsiders to control Floi
work has been accomplished, and We recent the idea of these men
whether it has been good or bad the ticipatine In the councils of our p
people will judge. to acquire its control for personal g
The aim of this article is not to dis- to traduce its fair name and des
cuu the acts of Congress, but to bring the peonle's hopes. When such a
before the people a matter which comes we should cease to call oume
affects the honor and dignity of Florida; Democrats and Ftoridans. bath
and In doing so the TIMES.ItERALD thousand Call Victories than
trusts that Its readers will not charge it Florida should be controlled by ali
with reviving an issue which has al- If he is to be defeated, let it be d
ready engeudered the bitterest feeling by Floridlans alone.
among our people, divided households, We may apply here the linguag
and almost threatened the life of the the great Ajax when sudden drk
Democratic party. We would not wil- bo upon hAj and his dmrade
fully commit such a deed, an, yet we the midst of battle:
would notl e entitled to a place as a
public journal did we not honestly and Oh Knight, o Father! hear my huplhle pra
fearlessly express our vicws. There- If (Grece must perish, we thywill olay,.
fore, the TIM :s-IlEItAI.D would bring But let us perish Ilthe light of day."
to the Itt,,ntiin of ts reatlers no less a
personage than Senator Call, and the
agency which has been employed to
bring about his political overthrow. When Baby wassick, wegave her Coris.
At the outset we disclaim all intention When showsacild, tbrled for Catori
of saying .anything whatever in the Whenshebecamelmiss,shecklungto Cutor
interest of Mr. Call,and as a matter of Whenshe had Chldren,sho@gavethema ow
lact he is not unoer discussion; we are
zeachluhi OUL after those man who are
endeavoring to bring about his defeat
as a means merely of getting posses- -. -- -----.* Au"auauonal
sion of political affairs in Florida. oaltion at Atlanta. It is hoped that
It is a well known fact that for sev.- -cnceed, as a large proportion
Oral years the principal opposition o)the population came from Georgla
Mr. Cill has been waged through the years agos
emissaries of certain men in big North-fohnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand
crn eitife. These men may, or mays powerful liniment especially pre.
old r external nec for persons and
not be Democrats, and yet they would for external Use for persons and
Se ay disealses of horses and cattle. 81.00
dominate Florida politics, which is ai 50 cta, 80e. *ize W cents. Acker.
this time controlled by Democrats. A Stewart, druggistA Palatha.
Neither are they entitled to a vote in
Florids. Their interest in our State I X BOOKS WILL CLOSe APRIL 1.
a lnaucial one onene, and it is to getthe Putinam county tax books will
the machinery of the State governmente April lst. This is in accordance
within their grasp that they have dis-h the law on the subject. Those of
( inbuted workers throughout the Stater citizens whohave not paid their
hoping to influence legislation In favor kesshould do so at once, and thus
-of their own private schemes. Look- old the usual rush on the Collector
Ing to this end, these men established the last moment.
an organ an% import men to run it, and
-scarcely had tibe.e importations become
enconsed in the!r new positions than Not
they began to diecuA Florida politics
and to tell the people Low to manage Sick Abed
their affair. Tee men k'etel no co.. S c-k. Ab e j..
oen interest In our future; they are rTEY CAN'T E80API
almply hbrellnp, who have 'been The li ver when ot
brought here to abuse Senator Call &d Is the watch-dog
endeavor to shape the policy of the the system-the d
Democratic party in Florida. They tryer of germ a
,0 re nmatn here for a season and then, impurities. The trout
In ail probebllity, they will return to i: ninety-nine out c
the big Northern cities, whence they every hundred di
caie. The chief object of their die. eases begin with
like is Senator Call, and over the Iires sin ugisel liver. j
from Washington have come the vilest sligt 00oldor cli
vltauralUon and abuse of our senior t emous.t to som
rd otinygserioa, If 0yo
fn89 r, the product of a hired cor- Correct the live
rempomant, who has probably never oa. 'll oure the oold
been Id Plorlia, aod care nothing Dr. Pieroe's Pleqe
about its interts. i Pellets rouse th
During the recent Congress these liver to vigorous lo
personauitties harebeen more and more tion. After dinner
oct.... iolcb, all of which goes to show i f you're biliom, k
fbihl e"thb electioanof1897 approaches one of these tiny
the :'d. of abuse will increase, in the I r-oo d Pellets
To them wheo you
hp thatb by that period the public have wind or In
mind wilt be sulflently prejudiced to stomach iAIS.,
defe4 Mr. Call, and possibly elect tiu fullUnes, lo sf p.
he tia a rprepeesnlative of this alien petite, or whe n o
eleImint,. And who are thee men that, suffer from oss
would roet Floroia? Not the men who, oness, indigestion, dok
with G(t I. Drew, redeemed the or bilioes headmehe.
S tate In I t7o, nor are they the men N Te makers take
oh(, unde:- the leadership ot the bril- .b. o. the 'reik of .bir
fIout Blaso am, made glorious the vac- fatory, your money i refa de
., foer' years later, or followed the Ca you eoak more?
': *t4 d Perr aIn the conflict of 184. -- ,
m mind they should be likened What ore earofif
.. l.. rpet-bagger of the reo--oe m r ,
4, t* thn,. 3W _f .w. Dr. Saie's tastrrhRemedy,T1&Al
b between who aeer- a0e Io man os -n

Al4itere beig tha*t oa mey bee or 600 in aca
I 'Blra, fes msae. propnetor o e me ils
antU a dt Ul.dd' Is an In. promise to ;pay yoa te mou. Itf
I m. aly be deter- they oan't aore -
Bhe dis.fina of patriot -
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ANOTHER ALABAM.
A Sabitth Arternoon
aniull** Year Ta
TtsxGBxrO, Ala,, Marc
about dusk a shooting a
near Armstrong Chapel,
here, which resulted in
Saab Riddle, dangerous
his brother Charlie and
drew, aged 8, in the leg
who did the killing are
Christian and son Wil
now in jail. Both fami
1, unfrien(lj terms for
seems rOlil What could
Williams statt Mant that
down the fence near Ric
when the youngr men S
dered him off. He wet
told his father what had
both armed themselves
returned to the pen. On
approach the Riddle boy
firing and Christian then
above result. The Riddl
That they were not arm
I were shot for nothing
know Christian and son
til they sprang out an
firind at them. No arm
on the Riddle's by sever
there immediately after
Andrew it is said, who w
preeceeded his father an
ter hearing the report
started towards his. broth
of the Christian men u
another G--d d-m Riddle
The grand jury will prol
gate the cas next week.
YKI.Lqw Fil Tl
a o inf. PoF lOebe

WAssnxovO, March .6
Mdtle ta Cbtba maybe
uent a a dfeet the lt,
tra of tiMhe TUa Statn i
whisb public atteMlono
eretlDfore dneoted. It hi
not esosped the vileWooa o
if the marine hospital ser
auoh eoo rnd o 'the a
matter. Sad lurg"et Ge
yesterday:
The PrOspte fr the emM
ity mpols of vew,, are m
0e ell probably go third o
ltheut experiesolar as opdin
hbe oely point of danger is
lU I,506 uumamotod troops
af diespthesa indlcato may
S*UB hare to look out for ye
ill etotla strike amon tam
id ie disease will rage with
ae" in BJas. From there t.
*ate tent s alht's ride, and
loroui nssettol and the ex
moSt vitlaoe wlUl keep it trom
ASLISLE TO STUMP K
eee Thae sheh e rstamry
Smater l-aekberme*
WAscunRro, Mareh 3S.
rliale Inlended to go to
rly thl month, bat the
Mseue aid other things
e will pet go uneMrntil aft
al of as son, Williuam
m iNutrope tlhe latter pI
ok. It'la hintetthat bie
to arrange for a eanvss o0
the intoert of based monr
goINutobe- a- a s Iu
mobrtf apeeblsa is thi
tsi belfet ol l hinsAnom
1 to feMatal Sentor I
o allver eaapeg & The s
* tsanry, It isaloesaid. h
tht Ulfted Sinra Msnato
PPOS MANNING'S I
aot *515gm L-is of LoUms
iesemutici e 91 bat 30
XLw OAs.Uat. Mearh 1.-
trtm Onsue of Louis
ited f lloMingw resolu
S the Manntigr mianlfea
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t Wsams ro. M oar ui
REMorgan, of Alabama. thlis the p
UR ? .. exodus of negroe fr theO a
to Afriea will inres es rapidly la
Is porton, and he Mealim tt
time willow sohome when the
SRELIEF of "te tmtswiloe
Matter up ooially sad aid an thedr
Importation. In disonusg the questl
AfriIs the natural home of thme nro.
with majority of them desre to return toI
s unatry. aey eann well he blamed ftr
ortaising nat wish for there innotbli
SINU this or nay other white man's country tfo
-NG African raes. uteloeat time has elapsed
the Slaves were emoale ted to demonat
BASES th 'whi n '"sa uperority Ial lthe wal
EAS S life, and my obervatioa I that moat of
aegroes are onavinced already If they rem
here they wil always occupy infe
Isl position and ooastane as of old to be Ii
more than servants.
n of It has been, know, ared that the
groes of this country do net want to emlgr
but the contrary is true. It lt probably a
that some of those who live i el tes prefer
remain In this country, and ths. I tink
especially true of mulattos; but the l
majority of the country blteks want to
ar i away, aDd the only th waioh holds t
here is their Ignorance of the msans of
parture and their Inability to pay thier I
Du anld its cums sage. I believe that 11 the means for tI
heumirliatin o transportation could be furnished gmtil
I ever roded. million and a half f negroes could be tn
Preto, oeoI, ported to Africa in the nest twelve months
t1. PoranDae, Senator Morgan also asserteA ttla
prietrs, Boe'l large majority of the whit" populat
a Dioe*," Im. In the south would pltefr to have
Snegroes go He said:
ais settwao that many of the planters,I
A TRAGEDY. Owner of large riunt4tlons, prefer to h
them reiatt for the reaso that they fa
Battle between their ol or in 0nparlts* wth a efrtain ol
,s koaoe of Whltc.s, but t (I clfflB tt I the mnluor
s e. dth poorer whites and the profenwlo
ch 6,-Sunday elise le the south prtefr to have the nerr
scrape occurred set away. Thepoor mad do esot want
8 miles from oompetltlon, and all class object to Del
equality In political affairs. as aIt feel tI
the kllling of they stand directly In the way of securing
usly wounding more desirable class of residents, by preoy
wounding An- I Inimmigration. Furthermore, It ts not tr
. The parties It seems to be supposed, that only negrl
can do the labor In the southern states an
Captain John certioa which I subtlantitated by the fact tl
llam, who are the cotton trop of this country has loreta
lies have been from a little over three million bales befo
some time, it thewarto ninemillion bales,
be learned of The senator expressed the opini
he was letting that eongres would take the problem
Idle soow pen of exporting the negroes in hand at
fie up and or- distant day, and said he expected th
fnt lime and within the next three br four years t
oe~Jed and government would be found provldit
Mns a means for their transportation.
with 90n. and .-WI
seeing them BUSINESS WORLD HOOKED.
yrs ommested"
ared with th# the AnWaseemet ot* *eddoe beath
e boye stated wionAm 9maei the PaI-e.
led; that they eolmlit, It. Y., March it.-W
and did not liam i ReimblN, the *ell known t
were near un. bsoeonist i d llIlo&fre pf thfi 4t
d commenced died at Viratilt, eoIh, Va., ryeteliad
as were found Mr. Kimball left ouhbester two wee]
ral who were ago accompanied bf his wife, Mr. J
r the killing. K. Howlett, of Byrsthee, and D. WI
ith his sister llams, of Boston, on a ptieure trip.
ad mother, af. few days ago Mr. Kimball oomplaAns
of the gVns, of an absem which had broken o
her, when one back of his left ear on the maoah
aid: "There's bone. The ailment did not impro'
e-shoot him. and las Tuesday ?dr. Kimbill sao
bably Inveeti- moned Dr. Baoon, of New York city I
oome and perform an operation.
telegram was received by his son ha
I RESULT. s tn the operation was sucolstu
meNsemes of but another came announcing li
to 41a., father's death.
-The ,I'suit THE EVANSTON DISASTER.
as much mo-
ests sad wel- me oes Moewr tof mals SImtel
in a direction rMee the le Naspeelede.
ass not been STAwavox, Wyteain, March 1.-Al
as., however, emploeoem ocrred e p. .. Wedneo
f the offeals day in the Rooky MoNItaln Coal & Iron
rice, whooa eampany's mine, 1o. A, 0 Bmed Canon
pect of the Up to noon today 6 fleothf kwe enowi
sral Wyman to hve resulted. Th lateinwi of tl
sine is badly wreked, sveI n e ii
g asmeosia may plaes sant fll of lul ait, Al
h i dth e buildings at the mouth of the mOS
es of any sort, were wreeked. The entrance to tis
os. If galin mine is by vertical passages Into the
thb IslMd. d". of a hill, not a perpesdlelar' Si,
Ilw fe v;r., A the workings are very exteadite
m r treops
uualvim- THE DRUMMERS STER OLKEAL
on the me t A iAke-e1s 46tie, save O% neOams-
eres of e of -- a side CemeraleM 2mvsUeek. i
n our raen. Lnt loom, Ark., March i-rery
ENTUCKY ty of note on thwe-n of railaeds In
the state except Little Rook bas quer-
woedo ul antined agalsat al eomerwdal stvel.
sat. lers. The local stheratitl es y the
--Secpstary Uamdes ease. wherein w lam B kal
SKentuky the Reao City srt alesman, was
pmDsdetuy taken with smallpojx, ustifi theo
prev ted. Mt0 t te l*prt ww
te t a., St made to hswov umden yesterday.
rt Carlisle McKINLEY WILL GO WfST.
art of next
thief e ~ Ohie's 6ee e WA sewage c used e
f his state Ostoit "i dltsbstL
ey. CoLiumn, 0.. Marsh 7.-Govesmes
to nea MeKifleAl outhern trip will ek l
SBluermea lowed oeem by a 'I waerregal&d L ete-
hIallie1, eto tnhroug th.e we. wi tllam
llackbnr'a Mann. repeblellan of tie MatM|nal
eoretasryt pubUblea emIelee for Ohi sad by
a rdeoigs vernor MeICluley eoowpeemm tn

METHOD. rangemen tee the g i elt


T.i. ballot I lm co iawgt
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Utn in re- peasee me B
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pth way m m uatMd preM tl
i. bw to si him
the 6wi W I.
do. Letter rmin we vetema *dito, wo
ia, ast t. Augustine, statig tht 4W
b impoerble Mfe him to i Ja
Sad ilson e'sho italUty. T lUteWe a
uat most laterMetlA one. olonel MeIWit
ra devotm larei orthioa.e heletter to
Sthe Florida and he r rhsareo. E ures
inDe the people not to dempoed bemuse o
rtess the* free and a s the tate ha a
t of great f future.
ain The oonduding portions of he letter
rior Is devoted to the Ananetal question d
tile Is as foowsm:
Pudon =t for sari that I hav I i ve p
e"* prhutalo from my ai n ourM.w ta s
rte, people of the oeathern states dursau y
fMt eat journey. I believe that you are nose
r to fronted with s asse, second lJ apan$"
., i only to te Ie which led to the etlwar.
area We bha teted the question of the disease
get tUng of the state and decided lt y the thlr-
ba month of the award; but a oso wodd be
4- vastly better dimemabeed by tfrMteare tmti
pss than to determiteM t union by a bhaptim of
beir blood and thea destroy its honor a i ts
s credit by obedlence to the subtle teshngs of
us- the demagoguM.
A nation cannot lie without ncrpulouly
t a malutrainlar ts lategrity, and the soujbha
Ion states, abute all, must command the Wait-
the dance of finanotal commercial and trpdo air-
olm at bome and abroad, if they would hope
for prqee.t,. They possess edl111 mn-
th 4' f -! 6,0lth Wtileh wait developamet, had
ave that development cn only e a by ooamtad-
r ing the confidence of those whose s1pialand
les labor must be la rited to aid in the work. That
i't rcan be donor only by maintaining honest 1MfO
nal and proclaiming to the world that every hones(
oom dollar Invested in the south will be repeld to
heir equally honest money.
I10 A cola of the union, whether silver or gold.
hat must pouess the intrinsic value mud not a
Sa promise to pay, ld every dollar Ias d by the
nt. government, whether gold or silver, should be
ue, such as would be Wacepted by the elvillsed
8's world, and every paper dollar issued should be
"' of equal value because redeemable In cotl of
lst Indisputable value. I am not a oapltallit nor
ed Imoney lender; I have no personal Interest in
ore the issue exceptIng that which is the interest
of the entire south. My liUf pursuit is aided
on- orf hinder in prosperity by the success or
sm misfortune of the indutrial close our
no country, and hea they are properous I am
at prosperous, and wb3 that class is properou
in the nor t thre must be property in as
she south.
ni The southern ta thet shallU ant pias
Itmelf unmltakbly oan the platform of bw
lutely hoest money, will beo oremost of all
nla development, in credit and In respect in our
own and all other countries; and as Ion$ as
f there shall be hesitation in the south U to her
financial policy, there must be distrust ia
every quarterthatean aid you, end growing
11. pTrelysts sad distress Choughout all las e
to.- and oo4ition tof your people. I ipeahk eara-
otly on this autbrct because I earnestly d-
*, Site that the south iasU prosper, for whae the
.o outh hall be prosperous, there must be pres-
perity throughout our entire common se atry.
. I hope that IPloria will make an sre t1ad
a' iltd eiort to aid the Atlanta expoeltion. It
habold ie as landmark In the history of south-
rAem proes sad every state south of she
ad Potoma should make common case to aid li
ut tbheagrnt work. Great as ha bee s the d-
vroneosnta of the southern "tatee during the
S lust doen years, you have hardly reached the
ve beginning of onthern development, aid the
,T- Atlnt* exposition should be made the moDt
o ucoeeesful of indutrial possibilities d
bhlTevBem tAl Isn lI res tud state. M-
A lhneisy yours.,
SA. K. MeOwu.M
IlI
s BUSINESS 18 IMPROVED.
tsr.eahle Waender mSe Me a Seimuetatl
--se es-g**haf the sutM .
OAtA w Aon Im"., Mst w.-e-port
S ThS T admi fmI all oa vW MmIhb.
.1 th wekeading MeshahI, show tat* a
m* te mfakiswWahr-haipaoveSd 9sw-
d w of bu mes
Svia vwtrl in la ber masUainarfl is
notceatbe, but whileprieWA AuM thM
0 06 ,invaluesB xpeBm edbyasomI operaIs
*. ~d t benhmadeas VeO. But atotiela S
n a tyear have* Itulres been s so Pmral
1*111 go mout. boehfer heowmsas foreinship-
a. cemostltobe uou A ftM sW M v eram

I L IItn, M l d-,
a sae,1 prese y n esInvestors. Hew
6a kn fuur b ds al a ealare-
9 *sdadhit follows feethe week: Ullswith
a tatOs M OwM e US wekory Groe
o eI, ;wit whl IlMMapIfIl a

NAM ah0 mw

t bem adeSa mID itm Ia..

inorsaid mense. m 5inethe woes oIran"A
Bitildlng projectseao "IVaa Intos tiaMe
seel are w bea *is a tlelpatel d.
gad n active smpri am OIeaht am g th*
Deinat Is feline o osei"eof the Output
scs PrOdMers.butso mA
I reported. mdustrir se portd
Amw im etapoM M w& i inorporatel
brt4111 insMdeoi the weMk a e
iMA imGeMa1 a 4ee s a ,ME
peU todobiam Teass L *t Lot
talpheM Me mtuaam a Theell-.W
V, IalM ,haI f|eV\ l will be
V. A mrMMss wsh M .M e4e,141
bae at Osr. To.: a iUMS Va., sMdi
telltlI reported at' Plrtaisoth, at OCh
Wogestaeory with iS, septig"
0s1 W. A ,
AROVERt OFF TO WOOLI. V."
Va 'Ite aiiee Reiie nea,
WAone, -M- 3.--The i
dens expeeta o les the White *
wth hMs mrp ly t. wek andom
*Wooe' his Opgary reideelesce i '

Mw., o tee WhIteHous at l
wele. a nellfwr cobit met be

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'Hood's PINSmu
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THROUGH THESTATE

Ourremnt Newse Wet tM Wek
Throughout IOrid&

GOVYIWOIY IBYIASBISIMO

The PreobaMllty Thte 0 Met wi
Tooderen Elm OW *18 t IWke

JACoWn If -- 11J.. M t uu
o.oimmar va N e -M -
i a rumor ourrest that o0
wUl be 'given Oo, GW OM<3
night and that be wN tP1t. A
gutns without atol a i e -.
The trnble s said t b 4. I
ional feis .saoss lbs UP
them oppomd to em.VUml s 1 l
al Revenue fi ie mw whbdo
eabsrman of the =epu >ietae
utive committee u Ad t& rtb gY
foot that he hlt eoma ~fh tihe -
iungements for the reMtPilt to 0(115
govWior. it Is mid thiM G 0 "idr
McKinley has beuomtw aw S this
friction and thet in ooneaqw leh
has intimated thMt he w0ed prfer'
that no reception be hold If It wuld
result in increaMsn the tfStlmfl lto
iog among repubtiM Ipell 6o
veylng the above U hM IwtM4 0 bS
out, but the eoot emma to lveeee
overlooked that the propeld aepW000
to Governor MeKiaiey i not 0, IMP
anbut a ultlmoutl. TkeW14 d
tradetook hold of the m**Wr *
inception ad aso w h sf *al
nreamente
PROGRESS AT CARRAgU4.
Thewe aue neam New Ngoe Iems
of r abels
CASUSAULEBA3, MIWA E n
belle Is still
new bouone are m a ls Mvl
store empay Wave Mly g.emItid
their three nw stt The Meontv
ery Boerl eo p51 811 be2un mob*
lag barrel m o Mie m. Ye
Franklln County Ia100 r eeopMaY
have eeived a new et hollerw for
their MMrTUMm 'lle. TI heloMd I
mglng immproey mte They avM
about one hundred betd4 outing down
& hill and loadinghte for te p
of filing In the OdldoeAM trt
CITY ATTORNEY ATTACKED.
OpMa Arpow tam ehe owes"0 foae-
JACxeolvNL. 1M. me* .I-Oty
Attorney J. M. lam was ttiked eyes
terday by Charles Mavi. oeirmesa of
the board of acMIty Y m eO5150 gedW
his two brother T .MOrvlnW Md
heavy apean d naetdM B dow *A
Uoj7rlnhrt e sm t r .
ly. Thi tro(bMew MNby a'
Sdaeuadtoe of tiM peatitl mitedo
I of oChaleNmma ttble m here
Last fol. ADanedeMop.
FERNANDINA TO MTN FRONT.
A Xew antvBI*pie is so me m Mhd

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SATURDAY, the 30th inst. __ etI..

I ON STREET, Boyd Block. 7 7..-iW

#"4tr.n.cc,',A." Ih"a ara. Its entis nluver opines Meephsin
'I Do You Remember This Winter's Freeze ? ~ i.w.;'.- "r' mare ..r o m .. enisOpl..nm, sad *
a- ri'v i,, MMr1.s. sI 0 w aaegore. Drope Soothis g ytnapeud oM.5 iSI .
etenedNot al together a ple' t roolleetios; i i ple aL Its na i* thay so eol lJ
IMt Ipptf many promisitng seme; for Folt % ilo hl riea of Mothem. Cateroa deotoys. Woe.' sad a
fh undid ri work of y oma so.rstaa 4 Iar te.. 1Ct.If,416 14 im ses @/M ter. p dvi
LHar ly Spy part of t.e United States eespe-d. .We.s eu s-s v ewl.afhnos. Gatolrs pre4vets vomatiag loos ar ,.
r' 4ltoo tltay were ai wost all "ht ii." eaunme emu Ana es irhel ad Wind I.le". 0a patoria se ll .
Now, lake oyur yo map ie 4 nSa moa sSptrsol t n traoble., carn eonstlpatlrn a*nd atalet and
NOnW I A ke 0.1 t you.r map In = Ahare..lw
Ler. y or eye rest wi the 4outhwet oo- tsr- 'mm Daember 1l Ut e,1I.ttS Ca t oria aialatoe the 1oed, wgIlaten the i*eM ''i
..Of 1tid iThat Il where- OUTtERN CAL FORNAt Is loltedo toem heaI 1 lem and bowels, giving healthy and aatta Sleiep. S
aL plet Andi nt'Iue,) em J, kk Proo failed to. Itou.c ia toria Is h the Childen's Pana ot-the othe.'s Dwit.a&
,. T im., eo ot it Did Not Touch California I '-":: .-,. ". i s atge...
ad d prominent Speaking of ('alifrnui: It bas unexcesed elimare. I have fully examined the (foieda Sae-
,e/ 1 t. M'lday. It Is the Spot for Oholee Hom. ; t "ad ad the .to betn ect "OaIste nsi es manl mdilefe f ll. Oaoris febewetll adasttoe iehui. rI H
...* E I. to Ne.w York And Is the surent l .ve for Invet nents. Cu t.a uA. Ptsu.a Auditor d es lo,, d meet.o Iremes.dBrsmap wdo igpi .s
Sl d a (t N o ork The Ialy ofAmerlea for the flHme Seeker and the Frult.-Gower. ,s' "he" S w lus & r dvidead will be apportoned Oot .Am .
sOt favrota mortet-The. This is a Fact; Not Fiction. Ms aiENr A. W MUSe V101- ftiU.. -*ia rthe bog. usse f o s e rq g
Sf ou wish farther faOt<, emnbodiedl In Illustrated Pamphlt. wamla, Rat.ua oLadM. wuhm, I i latl. __Ih os_ no
.y Pm I Gen" ,anag far dislat and o 1 m It d lNo 6* vOutie PO he OUNm0
*of Jaksonville, is spaad. With oomp eteUps ad full data, IAc F. La ad Vice-Pint feaenathrchildr ena n a.isl aM iw pma*lesssomeO
*, t-,, tb :SljIsmaUltlTy with Mrs. E. Apply In p.r on or ty letter to FacaDc CROWIMUL Tmezl medical ,.plies S t
o* 4 Oorner Oak and Laurel B F. BISSON. woo is South..rn Pmenger Agent. Z*o way o r P.gur thirlovedons by fonrsetium, pmdtu ra ewm t to s iom 0
", dMh.. Of the Greatest Rallroa I In the Worl'. GEORG B JOHNSON, General Agent, mnrphin, nothing ruphand othe hurttul mslat ia e ell lm e
h" t. Samuel Leslie Brown ha re- Jacksonvillo,iforids. a sgets down their throat thoreb mf fav or mpaO it."
amed from an extended trip to St. The Santa Fe Route I Jo,, LAS.eiTH, Aget.o nmm. .-.. g.. UN
AgngItne and polots on the EBut Mr. SISSON it located a Ch4 tan ioga, Tenn., .L ., onrAr. Au M fta 'M
Vomtt At No. 1 9 Ninth t., and the Lateh String is alw.ayc out I The eostma Campea TI usry Sfteet, Nrew Tsk 4Pl
MWas Rirod, who hu been visiting He will esteem It a pleasure to sund you C Jiforn a Literature, FLORIDA NEWS IN BRIEF.
M m. Jones, Dalton Blok, departed And explain a out the improved tourist fileeliers that run
"sr hetr home in New York by Clyde Via thae anta Fe PRute froe Chicago. St. Louls and Kansas City, Mrs. Thomas. C. Plate is one of the
.feSer Monday. Through without change to Loo A,.geies and Ben Diego, guests at the hetel Royal Paeuclans at '
essoMr Monday. Ak him about the Palm Beach. 4f*
181e- of the young folks will pertlol- The governor bhas appointed J. H.
pte s a dance at th Opera House to- Personally Co'nducted Weekly Excursions I o, oWelshto, to be not.ry public c
pilht. ]Ipton's Dead has been s for the state at large.
B oO' BM has ben Is- In order to push the work on the
CHANGES IN THE SEABOARD. East Coast canal. it has been decided to
S Wllgal, a finatlng young EABOA NEGRO TO BE LAID ASIDE. build a new dedge boat of pump and
Msly of JaJhsonyll, Is visiting rola. Age AdeiOma e-,o d. n B re of the e Pror dipper combination at Palm Beach. '
M ;, of ftdij i ay of C ol. g. W P as em eded brA n t o R. i be Be of th is u Hprog n
le the fay of Col. G. W. M. A M .--Rumors m as to southern epblablesue Party. Burrlars entered toe Kislimmee poet
*fim .1. i c.it aLAT Mnreb T L-aumo, M a ofico Saturday night by breaking ,
".,, Jllh t tht alt. f*ent regarding mine intereting ToeAsyvxLLZ, Ga., Mar0ch 5-Gov- through a window on the north side of
Is bteada o0f MI Fannulte Dorsey ehanRg on the Seaboard Air Line. It ernor McKinley has reovered suffi- the building. They attempted, but
Ql ~ pleased to lrrn that alh is qn. is said that General Paseenger Agent ciently from his attack of grip to co- failed to open the il fe.
X -W be P W i 0 "0r LIAG "1u Anaderson Is to retire and that he will tinue his Journey. He will leave here i C Fu
Wfe is Atheas, Ga. She is greatly be nomded by Mr. Geo. L Rhod. today at 1:80 olock for St. Auustine. T orange treesin theCw sm Blu ff
S.g. eheeor, however. Vice-Prelsdent St. John brought Mr. The Advertiser of this city is out in Nsetion re be l Qning to show some in- of. -____
,the teamer Governor Saford hav- Rhodes from the Rock Island system, an interview with one of tth McKinley astoo r. potl ttingI
'w. dug rerwel from St. Au tnhall with a view to fitting him into a niche henchmen, caught on the sly la which rowersnePorththeir teem ma putting ti
returned h rt between JAm ksneuville, hsIn the Seaboard Air Line. The oia It Is claimed that the McKinley pro rth ew g th fr the to ten ALLOWS YOU
changesee are to take plaoe,t is rumored, gramme was revealed in tote to the feet from the ground.
ha8 du eOentClty. about the frst ofnext month. Advertiser man. .This programme ke City now has i artesian w DISCOUNT.
1 Mr I. Fecker and faily left Wed. provides as follows. the deepest one bag about NO feet 10_ percent _______
a r P mil lTHE INOME TAX DECISN. The negro i to be laid side and a deep. The perfectly transparent wa-
eday. morning for Philadelphia, white republican party built up lan the teg lows sponaneoOaly from every one4
where Mr. pFcker bhs Iured A poeL- $am Ong0 T te. cmes WilM be south. Editor MediU will not &ell the of them to a height of from twelve to
ti Uo with telephone exchange. Dided I s Optd Chicago Tribune to Mr. Kohlsast or elliteen feet above the nsrfaceof the
eter Wh a t n rWAsNmeTO, Msreh I.--Although anybody else, but will run it In the in- earth.
The sotents of a Leter received there is considerable' oesip in regard terest of Governor McKinley. Mr. Informatloa hbo just been roolved of
from out Old friend, Sam Smith, now to the decision of the supreme court on Kohblat will publish a big republican the murder of James Ballard, about
of Savannah, prompt us to believe the Income tax ease. nothing authentic paper in the south, probably at New two miles north of Jasper, on the G. 8. 9
t at he Ie soon to become a benedict. can be aacertained. The general im- Orleans. The tariff question will be & F. railroad. Hewasehet with buck-
tonnlnee 8ane, am preslon is that the court will be di- the main issue. Force bills and elec- shot and, belanr O the railroad, was I
Csttgratlatlions in advance, Sam. vided. It is certain, however, that no tlon laws will be eschewed entirely. dragged some, distanee iad mutilated
Dr. &. Smith, of Como, one of the decision will be handed down today The Advertiser gloats greatly over this by the first train that passed.
-. ui,,liept aes. Putnam county can pro- when the court meet again after itt news and clim nreeredly that it a New shootareomi t on many
4mdee& we into see us Wedneway. Dr. week's meeo It is believed thlt It all authentic. orange trees meat TU"man. Guamn
'"" iw pilretor of the Avenue plltml o il before a- and bansnannas hae also started, and
Proprietor of the Avrenue ist i v MAY OE A BLMING IN DISGUISE ar mi eitcati. Piue
O. of rookyn, POSTMASTER DEAD. Z*sa of* ta AtempSed Ameewlasles at apple Ptsat e in blessomo on the
W 0. p O Balrton,_ of Brooklyn, N' U Ia t Cong to m ream N aegmt lPeO. jetnn sMares the siker. Oswei rs
Y, was tw pleaant caller at this e 0 Weaus mue asa,. Oe and Vreime WAmuvosr, March 91.-The ste ae condent tha many plnts wil be
e de4a. a Mr. BalItoo lI nomolau mes* awm. .doetmanets odeala eamy nothing has saved.
WAUuaeu. oMarak U-Lteswgs ben received by the department aon- Andrew Watklins, ai itegr farmer
'^ ~ Nttttt .Dalton, poeaseateref th house of re. cermlag the atteempted saeemeinatloa a aear Tallakases. Armed with hia f 1.
r.. ova"" SI ie ti mtal -id the At m.ateghS laa at hiM roe. IA Ru g Cha. The regret over his wife ad aly h. at her a rand M a.
S.h tanwlMi of the seaeoa for break- Ides la tI tsli of broBchal t tinUble awte a it P ey unmeeom Pal w all to look for 1 |||
MWq ed. It Is nedlelt to sy ataa qurt after ten o'olek. Mr. Del. for the vlT s career 6 fabmliarto him. Watkns that the sheriff
.ql&Wdtoen was a atlve of aedfnrd. Ind., and nearly all prsooonneted with dipl was after his so he made hi way to
| hey we arppreiated. a Iidaneat ent is pbntles sad matle aft aai by many be waseo the jail Uad asked the jailer to leek
J. eiioeXastele Oou6n Co1 h as t pedo t eteasMter of ildeed to he th greatest Uliing dipt. We up s a: "I knew Mr. Few" Is
m Wn Oil wb hypop bl es gi vk t through a m of admin. aalet. Aoeordi to diplomats here, looklgt for me, and I hae Its no a r
tea to the nerves; Peo oning, tle. e hasm been l bad health tho e sa beo doubt that the unfr- to hide et because he would arrest
srenghenng i some t. Mr. Dalton leaves te astesar will have marked gSet moo and Watklas Is jail awitla i
edtiegag and producing belthy losh imipy. o o p emoatn s, and that Ch trial.
wUet{. e so by tkorms & M go LE wil ra the benelt. Japan, Itj1 said,--.- '
itlAn t&MRSi,., MARY l. LASEl DOLIN will mae the test poaidbleOlR- ALL QUiET ON THE LEVEL. I S W iJJIk. AT
I Brown, of the Grahm, is apn she feiaetme Mary ea i me a a s tmoa, and this asy even take the form
Dari Brown, of thae rahabi, i a pe n wsI5tes, i m. se smau st of being liberal Ina oueesslons to their tS elesiat cOf Mes as M1ewe OPIm
rflet of moKe than ordinary abity. w March 2, -At two adv srles in the pie conference. Dame miasiva bir esfmese.
Bein lgi bHk iuli r of the ofe gata S t h $tsiasme' ee"s- NNw rIiain, March 17.--BuMnei
or Wit popular house, we ar Isa o,fMr.* M l se has declined SOUTH'S TRADE WITH THE WET E upson toasy. trou wh witue men we
.podet to se hibsarUtitc deshpgn i th*ofontsaot mayo of Wichita1. The Approaci. cougre.. aI Mobile at work, the loading of oottoun Into the B
pea &aId lnk. There Ipsnt U material If O ash nominations ame IF wreeime be o.f* eipertaee. ships being dome exclaively by ne-
whewold Make him a rtelasa en.- wo. t S Me a. Ala., March a.-The soath grose The srewieas benevolent as-
i cs ata'.the sttbar ad want grain and trade congress, soelation has issued the following card:
eeitis, "ho so t is which will hold ite seoond manual meet- An .emer of this association. not ea*das
QaWaIe ;Ohm R. Welsh, of Wehb- or four t iiiiiaater mak aayers Ing Ian Mobile April 4. 5and 6, promises in werk on shipbor4 are iNstructed to measla
tja, Wsll I town Tuesday, and we w. "l b of pueh importance In. extending M fee s ri frc We w.ill se tha
they e informed of any work that s be so-
owletde a plepaat cttl. The Cap. DEOLINED TO WOUSS TRAMOH 0Map raltiA" snd n promote te end mnd their service required Ay n
WIpt *py* or Af the i*rishIau 1. .hua.sta o western products o bhr of thin beody eomtig sny di.purbl imi 4
lleter wish toI nm d Anodin Ae e.ee m e -- om--t-er- eort. Mobte expect isin trouble of say bi willt be oldi- Whlmt. Fr t Lmon St. Oplnm
0lige after which It Ie nsned. a nd tmaM mf3r S "SSMea atd is preparing a uaworthy of membership In this o m n t. Opp ft* Puna m
fhiboo -"i in foridf M .V I."m- m ittm of the ImV.a Me iw wgls be as taIpeet a new WLL MET MEE XT IN EORQIA.

thella' inspri. s rf .i y do.o thSiaamtae emr.uMueu 'eemsPlu-rNc. 'r.AoytoA. esrees ndung ilcretary o

,eev m u enial cafeatl h f. th l-oeaely of the arny of the Cmber- '

',., ,* + ,A~ ^ ., ,. Poil I aU-AJ O0 e pleatatioa l n Rosereasrs., its prelddent to sp.
"ei W Orl P a nds....m r lfu. iini ** f. yeu r m,,a psa,, oe a ann-al H.nio t
^.*+ *.-.*rraaM on & Marh M t te aave das Tht-Tll a geletyat Cbhienar, Oa., M) Gep. -o Se.
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ta alortiehef4Mtore ptolpe i the doming exerlase o Jobeons School
of the State and the all important sub. -ad lhe grand piOeile give in honor of
SWt of "economy," that to attempt to the same, when the yoth and beauty MOUGH PULLMAN
Smy anything more seems sup.rlleu of this and surrounding villages assem-
Mad yet your correspondent, in order to bled t lovely spot near the souherOO
remain in the fashion and to rid bim. short of the beautiful and plcture*qie T<
self of some of the numerous thoughts "Dark Water" Lake, and for one long
that have been circulating recently in blisful day the cares of hfe were cat
the region which we will here leslg- aside and the vast asmably devoted WITHOUT CHA
Date as our ,"thinking apparatus," itself exclusively to the pursuits of a -_---
beje your forbearance while he at- pleasure and the enjoyment of life In N 1oa-hX& a.. s a
tempts to work off a few of his unim- tht fullest meaning of the word. Never
portant Ideas over the point of his lit- a your correspondent on any occa. L THINS DI. L
tie stub pen. There are mauy (and we sion seen the signs of pleasure more Ia. JaktoeavlUo, r.c .... 11 o
must say this place has its share) thoroughly demonstrated on the coun-. yi, ... .
persons in existence who seem to think tenances of all. and never has he dur-. otlmba, southern .... a
they have a special mission to per- ing his put experience witnessed an W Wblaton. 1.
form In endlering life disaeeeable assembly that gave greater signs of a P lti.els'1, .1 1i e
and in working discouragement into happy and contented people. The day, ." ..WYork, ... 4
the minds of their, more enterprising though ushered in somewhat cloudy At. Aihoille, Southern...............
neighbors. They don't think it just and disagreeable, early gave signs of a
for one man to be poor and another brighter day, and ere old "Sol" bad P w fulltom atlon
rich. They don't think God intended plowed his way half way to the me- 3
for it to be so, and they wish the uidian he burst forth In all his glory W. A. TURK,
wealth of the nation was equally dis- from a cloudless sky. The forenoon eenia Pm. Ag.t,
tribute among all the people. They was spent by many of the party in boat wasmlN-roe. o.
don't stop to think that if such a thing riding and in excursions across the
were possible and practical that (here lake to the kohlin mines, but upon the W. D. ALl
Rould be rich and poor again in twenty- arrival of the noon hour all attraction Florki
four hours. Neither do they stol) to seemed to center around a magnificent 2
think that i.that case those. who for-eeed to center around a magnicent 2
tittihIet h f- clumo of oaks where a table had been I= 1V v
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past. We.lingour way to the csen The Clyde SteaIm ship C
me as sayiug Lhat all behlog to thi spot what a ight met our gaze. Tbe
cla; fortunately thie class if dnot very g-table seemed to be fairly groaning he- 1 11T 1 I1II1IHT
large, but their powers of discourage- neath the weight of good things, surDly
inet are si well developed, and so -
ient are so well developed, and so a more glorious display of the Crea- P Pimples, Blotches
diligently i) they attend to their self- tor's munificence was never buoehl hby 1 an- _r,
appoliel mi-fion that they succeed i mortal eye, and after the blessing of andOldSores
nii ., ii ,li~arevable fr m,:.t of u0 ;, I h been involved upon :he boun- 0 .. .
fin lid .. t i uetin es S t lC(eS.c ill ii nak- tiful rep t and all who should partake PRICKLY ASH, POKE OOT
inga conversiu., )u.rig u'uhtlite tlercif tetiee neparty ,fell to" with d- AND POTASSIUM catarrh, Malaria
to any :ieof1 FloidCacereen410-Makes and Kidney Troubles
to nrw ri t esafter the freeze, hut even while we ateMarVOU Curs8 mo n. : ..W iniii80081
woull probably ie killed every wietshr. t int ; t .l l.. o.. .tha likke tbe -a0 and fises. P -in lo oi h U ) Ullflslla'lUII null. IEIl-ll U.I5hUl
They don'l know of anything else that w read about in the nood book Af in Blood 2 logn .t ___ Tuw we ew w e Lw
ah{L.it n we read about in the good book. After in 800B odPoison or* 13 Magnificent Steamships of thisIdue ae
au be ,d here whch there i many vain efforts to make a visible de- 11 11. .1- -bouhra Magnifcen StemhpS Of this r ppWo
anyAmoney, aol, in fact, they see only yor..tt Arkba inoh
any money, an, in fact, they ee only ficiency in the supply of good things, Rheumatism .I, :tW. ,... 'o, -t ed to Sail as follows:
two alternatives for the people of nd after all ad fully atied the a nttest s ..o I -, C.lin at Charled ton. S C, f olhth 'w. 0
AFlorida, a itheoti emigrate or wiarve. cravings of the "inner man," the work and Scrofula A 4 S W Fromlew aok nIT&IL ..
A few of the old time "Crackers" m ay t e ar "ow a mro Mew ork, (TADABD TI.) a
suee,,l lineXisting here by con.flinin ti ntP. 1. P. pats m blood,buidsi ^ 'pL9. D. S* lMi lb (Pier, ..I.t.) *TAL M.S,
sucfcesin m rising y when it was found that there still re- th e week and cis Il ita gives b a shos of am T t er I be a re. (l -- so .TjB
themselves strictly to a diet of sweet mailed apparently as much as when dbsa tr ndt pakened serve5 s ,e
A few ofatherolol timeu"Craa.kers" s' of taking up the paragntnts" began, P. vto,,,e Wetldb.i-de
potatoes and ne hero by conpiening whednforiw fveonltyht hesrtllr- _- l0eFriday,_. Ilet.ehw ahe fl whom d..... oa C awei o e"-
npoiatoe s and ,. we began. Surely if thia is the way a nerd eal 5. b r 0th de t p reva l
potatoeslahdyrntd.agimeebls eeoin nen.-40dtueesday,nb br.a10:,.ntJ-,::.......: AL:alCa ......I :
ufor th i the pict uren f tht held up couple of freezes affect our Sate we ,i seondar anMody, dr. ', att rp. m..e o t: S
co uptleo imefiou oTnt P uli c, ha n me t eI dpmoab m e n YTnow entirely coRed. wRw 9
no t have no just cause for comp'aint.n m _'nalari dypep, .and i Sb) J D TJOxe4E alWeddyt Mar. W
Such is reprcsnted to b e uca t 'Let ,emainder of the day was spent otobes. pmpl.,ode@ ,Meev'* A a ON:j ..:..::: :E
-,.,,..y.. without fear olFill Ct 3oP.mo.... ...
s tate to-day. A more lare- nd a poptl.are an. proi hed b mr _a re AND a 05 SM
of our e tate gr to-day. A or re- by the party in games, boatridlng, etc., ,o rRatD-w P.. athe t best :o: .:oda, M r, ,tp, .. U. .
liable at, ntl o r a greater aire)re- and finally when the' evening shade bloodpurnfier inthewornd,andmakes M sdary : ptSat a oC N a
ea lof d theb ae it would be d ofi ofloi.v se. dyand permanent *uarea nu(a.y or1ee -li I T .. Jia4,S2t
sentation f h se it wou be di gave warning of the approaching night r .U., Marn. h a at % s
cult to imagine. Tnat Floida is hard g a t e t eI of th e ap n r at ,. po,4on0 ,S..'y;o,' M T
hitwe make no attempt to deny, but w bpon- P. o. i .h be ul Sd Cia JOHN.--n o
our respective homes was at hand itodo*. do*to at Ist i. rrguauiltEeeta Dsteandi g adIss- aea nd Bela 5 de. J H $oIrT .
that shte is "knocked out" we are not we wit predryd hop iV dp"teew A. ee andr ,.ooae oi The Elegant Iron Side-Weh t l te.
was w eith happy earts, fod hopes andw In eana r o ritao fromthe sBeat of n J thae __4hlS .la Ion Sw -.'- .k
yet prepared to admit. What we now pleasant il b eAaf' opmorus ntd ys any lea inmg s i
needs more work and a strict adher- F. iE. t former resident of thi .,* JACKSON VILLE.
ence to the rules of economy. All that v _:e^ ..^.,.,^ ,5t-. ... m. ^-^ ^ .S A
is neceFsary is simply to go to growing ie aUd very popular and prom- y art M1. -- "FREDERICK
her w phat we have been big entyoung man, left during the past or"msr as t -fme for aE.S ... R
here what we have been bringing from M.sa. y I wereeb to I. l e n a on w an i n wat week fo r Jacksonville, where be in- s of en0 0.R e, o b h na il o ut f footr s teetd o p i
the north and weit, and live on what ead A ngur Om the fP e _, or. 1.A o, ..A. maoe 9lt rB Leavet Jack onvlle,. from ftoot of L r treet, al) DP. p.4" m Ya
we have at home until onr groves can The sound of the woodman's axe n ee Po.tPiad. 4 P.os..o. oM n lo w f to we Wa e aBmwi
dtes making hds ome i te ue. -. e. oe ALlPPMANO 8: .d ) Mo. lor ntipi a
again be expected to help us, arnd we ay be heard Inu or village from morn A 1 R 0I. ,s 1PIM ri andSing.
Wilgae fmoumorn-lsdoalwaysre-remaiN m A w M R.D a.
should endeavor to meet that time ingt tll night cutting down the remaUes ge seleeisell e __ alvetfor,,J.Xka.Bi.eand Interprame.aOa..,I'ta.e
clearofdebt. We should always re- of rfro ves, and many of d r our C daly (evept n ) for Jackdsonvill l, anatd rm
member that debt never has had any growers are planting their grovesiq In .ea 10 kemiok oe W. mI
but a bad name, nor is it deserving oftr ___
any, and veit is universally we might corn. m .11111111111111111111111111111111 r. ..Arm u. Y j
sy perpetuated. 8ome people will rn W. Vaus of this "city" was "tak-.
syperetuted Soepeope r ia0ngI n"thesightsofthebeautifuland..E r ae
In debt s eagerly as a hungry razor- eng in' Ktlin Ci ty" on theuiundy x i NOi 3 U Tk e a
back Is reputed to rush into a neigh- last.MANETIC NERVINE. Distreng Kidney And Bladder dia
buJing potato patch. They yield to the We ssInformed on good authority A NT Is ild le wla..ease relieved In six hours b0h Low. P. & Cth. Ag
excitement o ambition and pride, and to m real south American Kidney Curew" .
excitementr o ambitonand prtdedanld that we are to have some weather now, IN'10aZ6,11 .p This new remedy is great srpris on la we.l~waMAnlSPb If
for the sake of making a great display *ad we think spring will begin about ,c conntof it exceeding proAptns inO
depth without stopping to remember A. ourt oJybackhnandevery partbof the Ideurinary
that ever so little beyond one's deptth '-- s = pig .Imlo a f Itn. m. THE A E1 10T1C
'he BrciniccouBnretention of water and pain In passinI
means difficulty and an extra exertion t, esagal.It""ad oil i ani it gEOn
fish IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR PUTNAM r a] f hIt lalmoet immediately..nr If you w=l
In debM, hoping that the next high COUNTY, FIFTH JUDICIALt' ,S .r,... erw dy. Sold by Harry tewt,d SEVEN OAKS, FLORIDAi
tide wil float them off, andtheexperi. CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF Sr mrgora dn4 la 07ol gt rgs, glaka. Fla. st_, S OaKStrn. LRID
ment gfenrarlly proves what they should F IJIDA--IN CIIANc~tY'. f 6ml.nt In k y mal, to y aTrnti e a t- DHATe Ofort the estNineo Tam bow Impot ga
Lhaw known, that s i always low tide rskine I. Ite.eynoid. I tten umran* eetto ov rw d T movey. county o m s dones a tl eraiesthe oouwntl 1 OMt e o Dua
wasAdminlstratordisbotsnon/ oreclosure cr ,lsag i amO5., county, rlorids, ave adopted a" awWe cannot innumerats the 0a "e"u Of.of he
We see d no rean wly n cannot Chars leynolds. deseu, morta e. lutlon recommending an epproprltoa tt are troesand plants that we hBte 1W14111 ts'pew ,
live In Florida (wit hout bing eaoIrely J. C. Greel t i. J AOKEiMAN & STEWART of 40,000 by Ibthe RState Legislalre for but If atwwaeed nd for our etaie. It me i
dependent y on olOes) same a else. ltFATTOiNY Or fTHiCo MdPL.yIAlT PALATA. F LA. a atst exhibit at the Cotton Sltese 50 tur 17 k sd t lty..
w whee,.nd we belleve thalt in a few b in bIn belief that t s defendats nu the.ru adIa r tloua p itlo, ureekswtaeo t ll m oT n d.l. l.
years the State will be In a good shapetk wte-onyears rtt tL overiteIfofLE .. I, will tonih you bow q k wrth f ly a i SStw ta*ie. ..
S(probably better) than It was prior to iade .uninorn,eitUior d that the s .a.al S u e i Manetic U wisos ll ymioTll all tia' Ifo jeWhen r sitn*wl (y .pi
the mucb abused und lamented blis- sd fni ,1 0 do Wh ,i Sh h, SIt' ?6" a internal and external; 01 sin 1 o wil k met t pr Addr
rd. We do not believe it nacasslay adin thisCourt, ongor hefre 40cA.ms sign 2 For sl b D
o almigiate or starves ad although altonth e at Clek oa e, Iaan ywiltm, 5Sa t'waild lt. / R. D O T.
S' your correspondet I a native I the l furthr ordlteti that this order be pub- e m a, .r jo w
'; ,, he h. ~ever asa yetl bBet *. 7n@awk for eight consecut.i...-ve WeeksiV Oa F.
polled to emigrate or confi hlnelt M iftIn FI'dt. *nd t iLf pu bisd r-i nr om ..I A rw S trictlytodietoftett ndWe ; hand and the seal ofWid Cr- Vor sale by ACKxuMAN a STEWART,
pi" tsr;"'butshou Oneoteayhl' thaln eheer- A.i. aoma',T SCoumplnant's S oloitor. u i n
somenecessy V,.t "goon Fla.hJIM,
Iq.y isNOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ST. AUGMR1N, "--"0 e
01,oaineville, LNo OMc AT GAINamVILLM, PLa..
Isbi many friends March 1, 15 LI. S
c BY OIVIN ItHAT E ... D.......e! &.'
town, spent caim.at aipro+ t "k Wlai:to
motion, o0e of 00,",
saidAl- ma aA
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Ia toMU* eumme
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u igimua sfewia
mmmi yhe ,,rd T,,eou
.l..n fr' wlth Vole" Blend
"%y OMl Oottage Hom," ,ad
id Uiwlh the quist Night


$s~amftu vanity was maed by
twosUIWA played by Um. Klitholl
a.4 Wise..obsoetbm aft* Whiteman..
APO settle Smith'$ met~aboa
'~j.~h. To agry Rusho approeiated,
oesso msure tha omes Vseho were




~Mst 8 SP. in.; 3.
a.; "taxu sommce,
~~~~ Ss mebEoveaos discouse.


Omes, MI I11Mat 10.00 a. IN.
Ieolgby the pIAsto a
I!, mUiAa7:80oD.a. Sunday
I -jis I Me8p. m6. ftyer ae~tingWed-
OGekyan 1:00. m. A special Invite-
It*on smeowli to Mansogn. *am are
M04"uirei~' ec


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&VRAtol PMRIC oow&


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of


tledsbe, abute dUool. up.
lhedeg>hi| o their teacher,
NOiWraWpIoalou onatbeabore
itfeb Ihe. to which 1h. people
an vla wee inTvited. It was a
y JoyaUbl oboeloa. The In.
tedaghen people arranged end con.
4mted he. p0o-.as with their oue-
'omy court y end good taste.
pl Atulsmoa mand Capt. Parker
wI especially kdid in taking parties
out ovw the lake a Wthelr ise seal
hM0s. Mr. ridalo e oontrtbuted to
the gend ejlopient by running his
ew Stret car.
At 19:80 a due collation was served
tI true pi-nic style. Those who were
preunt from Mannville extend to Miss
Mellor a hearty vote of thanks for a
most delightful day.
Rev. Flower will soon take a brief
run to Kansas.
Miss Mollie Coburn left Monday for
Tallabassee, where she will remain
several months.
Orange trees are putting out and
gardens are growing rapidly.
Gosip has been too busy attending
to a little private business of his own
to pry nto bhie neighbors' affairs this
time, therefore he will be brief.
GOWN
To Make Pare Bleed
There is no medicine before the peo
pie equal to Hood's Sa sapilla. It is
the standard spring medicine and blood
purifier and t possesses peculiar merit
which others ty in vain to reach. It
really makes the weak strong. Do not
neglect to purify your blood thie spring.
Take Hood's Saraparilla now.
HOOD's PurA become the favorite
cathartic with every one 'who tries
them. 256. per box.
*


Making ,tmeet ropulaTr.
Mrs. Chatters--Dear me, the new
curate is such n intorttig young
mano.
Mrs. Nextd about when he called?
Mrs. Chatters-lle listened patiently
while I told him all about my bbiy's
new tooth.-TId-Bits.

The U. S. Oov't Reports
sew Royal Bikhaf owdor
superior to all oters.

IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
PUTNAM COUNTY.-Ix CHAN.

Th* Orange Beit Invetamnt
Company, t1 oiraoon of Foro"loetr
tlh Stae of lotilda, of
James B. einare. )
IT AI'PARING BY THE AFFIDAVIT Or
THOMAs N. WILSoN, Kls., Attorney for the
Cocnplaato la above 1. Ited cause, that he
beMleves thedeftdant, Jane B. Uelmte, Is a
timn snof tbe blte* of Florida, that his lot
ge" of rMlaisot cnown sM Tjmnp F. ha
3t dame fetknow ti ,reut pe< Wi-
or. sad that the defeatDnt so oooueas nam-
sdlf tat eanoo t be served upon blu
r d that tr s no other pgnrson In tbe tato of
irlrtd, t tesoieof a eubplna upon whonm
would d such defendant, and that the do*
fnd at i over the aT of twenty-one yrm :
It li thmors* ordered 'bit the dfeadeat,.
James mere, do appear to the bill o oo.
plain l mdese on or before the BIXTH DAY
OF MAY, A. D. tiN. the same being a rule dy
of titbsOart,
Iti tfrtw ordered that this ano te be pub.
limed oncs a week for four conmeeiati westk
In The Tilne.Heald,a newspaper publire4
said Putnam county. Fla.
Witness my hand and the al 4f our laid
Court on this tWe lst day of Marsl A. D. 1M.
JOBIIPHPRlICSc Clerk.
Taos W. oms, ,Oompkees doUltoert.
milt-4w


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his hi u. ca &,Wn
beor Cek Cire

ow/#am~shfI w5e5t rv
resienc aps se seto~c


Desi Aor euooader


4amp O IsN AV = 114

X T QTYee nodep


~WUW3 F GUTTULKI I U 1is
coo sand enorsdIb.y mtiat~
always used. Sold in 3 ad #%,aph
$thttrade maksers head
incft=.upknt wreath-is oA the
Ra~ Made only -by
THB
ff. L PAIMA1IKCOMPANY9
ST. LUKASiandIICAoO. I


URN WAGON


WEMNFACTURN MANY STYLES OF
IMN M PLnAsuIn vIHLI

TUB CREAMER* ASOOTY 00.g
SIC MkOlrDINDZAMA..


P. P. P. makes positive cures of all
tages of Rheumatism, Syphilis, Blood
Poison, Scrofula. Old Sores, Eczema,
Malaria and Female Complaints. P. P.
P. is a powerful tonic and an excellent
appetizer, building up the system rapid-
ly.
For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim-w
ples, Ulcerp and Syphilis, use only P.
P. P., and get well and enjoy the bless-
in only to be derived from the use of
P. P. P., [trickly Ash, Poke Boot and
Potassium.]
FO1 CORNS, WART" AND BUNIOMN,
Use only Abbott's East Indian Corn
Paint.
rysipelas, Swoolen Limbs, Bad
Gore, Soales and Scabe on the leg have
been entirely cured by P. P. the
most wonderful blool medicine o the
day.
A course of P. P. P. will banish all
bad feeling andt restore vnur health to
perfect leoiittol. [In curative nwesM
are m'rvnliittil. If nitt of a'rtW an i I
bad humor wth yourself and the world.
take P. F' P., and become healthy and
rational;
JON HEITUN,.PRtI'lC.LL rAILOLR


Has received direct, Imported, extra
fine Binck Doekin. Cimsliure and West
of England Blic'c llrt'v Cloth, ltlro
some fine Scotch Suiting, whici 1I wil
make up in the latest or mny s''oe r *
quiroed at Reasonable Prices.
R'pnirlnt nraily (lone. Rho- in
Iliokmn-Kennerly Block. up stairal.


M. J. Murphy.


LUo Strim BilnI Pallor
WLOLUIALK AnD ICTAIL


Agent for the colebrad J.t Her
per A 4silvewr Whiwit.. \ lull Iiu
of the hqat brndo *t ill") 1h.wult I 'i

.. ............... .......* M
M u .........oI........................ 00
ilerWeidins ... ..........
s t wdrfA A" B.b. a............ .. 00
J. W Ha ...p ...e......... ***. o0
The Jug 'rade a up cialty. Country
orders sollfited. oct-tf


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Man u"TE U sm

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S Moss WANT;D.-HlgheI t cash rice
1 paid for all moms. Ft. foll.partielanr
i address, Davies & Grevemon, Welaka
'Mom% w'actory, Welaks, Fla. novitf

TO LET.
FOUR ROOMi TO LET. Inquire
of WALTER STRANGE,
mhl6- At Loeb's bhoe Store.

Dr. Price's Cream Baklag Powder
Moet Prfeoed Made.


PAXLATKA K1ARETRT.
: Oorreol Weeklb roe.. Cornr Kerby
u, StandardmVoGrsulateds.... e .
ry L l"BtrMa...........4....
Dry talted Weten Delle.......... Gv
Said Wnasr. mll ......... 5'

s hl u alders
tIUbMae......
e C rd IB ... ...........
i, uldw* .............. ;i


rl-er, Vaney Westeru, Pir.t Patouts. 3.1 to e.t0
sieUr, n euud Pi&bt&t do d.. J.1 t4o3.25
U Mo la ujou.1................ 31 tio4
4 an Y........... ....... ..... to 5%
BIater, eno=y Bustorn Creamery. .'to 3n
Ches, ,Manorull OCrua(N.Y. 6.). 11 to 13
di- tlMM'ilMoflUMWi................. S)to 4
Croutelr-Vanderveor Holi'
Standard X X.... .od. 4
Lemon Crackers .........
1 no ger n .............. T


do No.r ad M ased Caeas...
Inonden o.d lI-flTo.............. .7nto
Cd to lo ... 4. to
do do ltellBr .......5 000
do do Chlar lln........... 6 to
Nu do Don's .. .........2. .5 to
Changed Vgetablee-No.ltououetoto W to 1.1
do No. oatu.......... to
do No.SOkranadTbmaeoee.... 4 l.1
do .oikarly Jue Fe .. I.tU to 1.B
do No, Doe Bamkoeldelan IsOMo
Table Irlihrotato-pr barrel...... X.,t2l.
Apple. 1. r barel................. l. to
.Onlondo .............. i to
Yellow Onios, per bne ...... t. to2i
arl IMnuerfr m.d.e...... ..2. a.
ltoenli .1 lel4, or ed...... .1
Chll UeSe s e. m.............. .5
Golden Cttole, fib ti.n....e.... 1'k
T o.tA O, I.....................
.n7tloa n$PIwIlo<............. M
A s ". ...2o......
Mel of North Carolina, c0........... M
Duke's Mixtre., Us. .. ....... so.......
ull Durb l I ........... ........
L y iltou........................ 41
saltp tHW .......... ........... m
(Ha tm tj.........................
Cli aulahe 3....................... a
Thin Pound ................. 43
SHour.. .. .......................... 40
Cl a.....t pm .................. 0
Plearp.t, pWe .....................0S
Oet ea i -p.N.........e ............. 4.00
bo .a Powder. I lb.......4...s
S do'i o -Ilb ........

Almondsi ...... ...................... 15 toIN
WkbiWatuts .................... 14
ifll!a l ................. ......... .
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'J^WS~l~l~^^^y'JH^^^V Ai- ^J^K


ha -n eaae da ia n g.t
When po rcame, when al s JBms-
The kin tn the mmnmu arnlor c tU kij
Lw this we ttammmw pUrinr of the heg
Made At form aa04 fashioMed fair.
Opeu only to daelost lir.
Royal os for the world sW agS
seesd writ round the wal.e i Jewel
For I ayslf have da them hesbo-
save mr In lhis hammer parlor wIth the k
________ -Hwyn Hrl~f


R. W. a W. V. AVIS1

ATTP4NEYS AT LAW
iiekman.-Kenr 110 Block, Lemon Street
Ptattk*. Fla. # -t.

L D. EATON, M. D.

HOMEOPATHIST
Oricx-FuY BLOCK, rALATKA, FLA.
Residence- Corner Main and First St.
Ofle Hours&-4to 1 .i m., 1 to p. Im. 0sd to
8..t m. HI d In-- to 1 p. m.
APtiets irom aditJe oe be Isted them
thoe mal. SOes* omanltation free. a

MAGNETIC NERVINE.












ACKBXMA) A iTBWART,
'a ila, Fada.

Speculation...

AXKOn OI CO.,
took onud sad Broke
S MaWmdl adlet, ..,
lxawr YouO1m, I. T.

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VIGOR OF M


ERIE 1MEDIOA O., luffalE, L :p if


BENJ. P. CALHOUH,


ATTORNEY AT LAW,
as a 30.CM over PoerKS


S. J. HILBURN,

ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PALATKA. rFualDA.
OffMo, over Old National sk Building, oppe.
site PoMI-O$fee.
All basinem trusted to hiNs oar will root
prompt Montlona. m41 t
LAW OFFICES OFI e
J. L.:PAROTT.
DONALD OILLIS
moAWK ILOOX
JACKSONVILLL PLA
Mortge* Woreoleom, andPraMctise in U a
atme Oort, spMseltot. J1.4-t

Baltimore and. Florida

Oyster s.


W. L.oulas$3 & $4Shoes
All oe bbaM al eMqily AtIMerv




H. T. VATTERLIN.
PALATKA, FLA.

A. J. REYNOLDS.
WELAKA, FLA.
C. A. KNOWLTON,IPomona, Vla.

JOHN D. BLACKWELL,

ATTORNEY TA LAW.
ROOM 15 CRILL BLOCx,


Over Poet-Cfoie.


tl-1et


TAKE YOUR
Otter and Coon Skins J
o9 To W. 8. FRY, Paltka.


P441
InI


Poor


Health
'means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
ttal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Dont play with Nature's
woratesta ft--helith


B ties cure-bhend
itters l f the
I pleasat to tak.

It Cures
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Uver
Neuralgia, Trouble,
Coetlpatlo, Bad Bleood
Malaria, Nervoes alilemts
Women's conplabats.
Get only the euRie--lt has crossed red
wilt mend set of n B tMI Wosr4ls
Pet Vews and book-freo.
OWN CM'MICAL CO. MrATIMO. MD. '


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pmu" iNthlood and Givee

,and aw on the iuopse6
v~jsad allow


Be wrs yoe gCAthe beWkwlthour
rinaseme butod-mark oskI116 Bf.. ebeapasubibibe.
Sesd/wrpmqAkion $WSuf' IneWrN. PSI".
goOtiasewne,NUV. AlIIdnaultse. Ieesetend II.


3L *, CEUCEIT tTTT.
11uuee1ne imeMeraW* .
C canMrr CmrT, Mareh 96
There came to Crescent City one day
Autweek a man who Introduced him-
ielf as "Prof. Outer, from Corter*m
S-VUle, Ga." He claimed to bea poycholo-.
* g, ventriloquist, exposer of spiritual.
4w, oalight-of-4ad performer, etc.,
.s d hie businsee In town wuas to engage
0.ae opera house for a show. Whether
ie really poIesesed any of the magic
powers attributed to himself, it is not
known, but he would have impressed
any one as a man who had dissipated
Sulia life away, and for whom the last
star of hope had set forever Sad to
say, late in the afternoon of the day on
which he made his appearance he was
found beastly drunk and had to spend
thbe night, penniless sand friendless, In
the village lock-up. How easy the
transition from "half dust and half
deity" to "all dust ad no deity I"
*
"What must be done with the aver-
ae small boy?" is a quettlon beside
which a great many questions popu-
larly accepted as vital pale into Insig.
nificance. He is a dandy and don't
you forget it. He is wise beyond his
jyearn, and knows many things of
which his father lives in blissful igno-
noe. It is the proper thing now-a-
41sy for boys who still wear knee pants
sad bibe to call one another by their
.sanames, and a few days ago I over-
heard one kid my to another, "Haello,
Old Sport." But with all his faullts,
4he small boy is an landispensable ele.
ment In our modern 19th century elvil-
Isation, and we mu t not deal too
hardly with him, for fear that In
renhing one evUi teadeny others,
bydrma-headed and more malignant,
will spring up In Its stead.


It is well enoughand wise occaslon-
a y to "klock out of the taMs." Some
S' people are so systematic sd methodie
is everything they do that Itf the sno
boul d happen to rise fve minutes late
s, ome morning it would take them half
a litf time to recover from the flurry
S *tha t such a phenomenon would excite.
Instead of metering their methods
their mbihods matter them, and their
dally routine of life is a slavery more
abject and galling than ever a galley
slave endured. This slavishness to
preciseness manifests itself in various
ways, and can ofteu be dutecte I in the
s anartest of men. Thus it is said of
McCaulay that his love of the anti.
thetical style of writing was so great
that he would often sacrifice the truth
for the sake of a contrast. 'T he "Colo-
nol" In last Sunday's Timee-Uulon tells
of a man woo on getting up from a
drunken spree put his cuffs on his
S6ankles and wore them home that way.
,* I think the man did a commendable
thing, barring the liquor, for he was
aired of bea n a slave to fashion.

"There is *othi like a mother's
V. e." Nearly ev soemunity fur-
uihesaoaseni peal. Amanmybe
arepee b toM the fmlly amo may be
S eatsaeled by aga9y0. ad abauSed by
SIdMO Kae ofJk y too to I*.
S atrOrtlmeainWA love fer 'the dis.
b O aW daliornag aon. This

aUsle et herto flesh" Dstetdeuy

Hto lOas ,,k o far
0 i V.lifMy?
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bate, and yet that vay th often
oome to pae. To be bp" y betrayed
by some lo whom yeu had reposed
implicit conldenae Is ies of the bt.
terst pills ever swallowed by mortal
man. It isa shook that for the u
beinu stage power o m has atue,aal
to bear it without thought of spite or
revenge Is the mark of a bave man.
LAOKAG.
The fact that Hood's S8arampanla,
once fairly tried, becomes the favorite
spring medicine, speaks volumes for IUS
excellence and merit.

IlJames Gamble, the former pro-
prietor of the Orange Bloom, desires to
inform the public thatbhe has removed
to the ST. GEORGE BOTEL, where
he Is prepared to entertain his guests
in first-class style. He wishesit known


that everything will be run under en-
tirely new management and guarantees
to give satisfaction to all.

COM0 NOTES.
CoRmpoIdeaoe TImu-ReH.K
Comn, March 97.
The people of Como were well enter-
tained one evening last week by what
was termed "The Rag Doll SUww."
The performance waa well gotten up
and carried out to the amusement of
all who witnessed it, after which they
were invited to partake of Ice cream
and cake.
Mr. Wealer and family, lately from
the Northwest, an residing at Mr.
Bowen's place, and we hear they an-
tiipate purchasing a grove. We wish
them sucoeass, and think there is good
mouay in groves vet.
We are pleased to hear that Mr.
Stoddard, who has been very Mek for
some tim, and started for New Bed.
ford on the 81st, arrived at his destiny.
tion In good saape, stading the jour.
ney well. We hope he will be beoe-
fitted by the change. Hia wife, son
and daughter aooompanled him. We
shall mils them very much. ,V they
wee vary pleasant aoquaintansm.
Mr. McNabb started North this a. m.
SQU a.L.


When In the city go to the St. eorge,
which is now ander the myragement of
Mr. James Gsmble, who formerly con-
ducted the Orange Bloom to the ctll e
sLtisfaction of his gueat. Give him a
call. *

The Value of a Friend.
CORNELIA, LA.-"For over six veals
I was greatly troubled with Constipa-
tion and Biliousness, and was often
unable to work. At the suggestion of a
friend I tried Simmons Liver Regale-
tor, and am now free of these troubleL."
-Harrison Tarleton. Your druggisls
sells it In powder or liquid; the powder
to be taken dry or made Into tea.

The U. S. ov't Reports
,aDwr Royal BaIUg APowr
swperlw to all othersM.

JAPAN HAS D OIDED ON PEAOg

UNMWuuw-ef Wm b lsfebg tebskm
1eptuMoA. Mssh L--rnefei
ftsts ate depmartesm t o i l uads
s4t le Ism baa deeled ea pea~ asl.

hah t*a iarydadi ana rlie hr
00-*" WW'is Ova 1%l her, I* m~^R


pM o he ( rea s p ooai uotmd,
and by the Obkilit QpOt, la the evnt
of the abolition of the Criminal Court
of Reod. FlIlMe the somperiso filli
be. made as oU m t of "Wmnemse
and Jaron." 1fbhll Uit figare ar
taken free the payPllon file In the
Cla k's oe* of the Colu Court at the
Court Nomw, where anyoe *M verify
there m .gue
Cirluit Court, spring term,
Witnss pay roll, 968; Jurors O
Total spring term, 18. $1,79--ee
term.


Cir uit Court, fall tera Iail ft.
ama pay roll, 740; Juronrs, 80; total
oMe term, j1,O.
Circuit Court, spring term, 188I
Witness pay roll, 4w0; Jurors, 000
total one term, 1,o80.
Ciruilt Vourt, spring teem, 1889
Witness pay roll, 1088; Jurors, 6815
total on term, 61,70,.
Comp Ueller Bliham's report f t
1898 shows that, for the item of Wit
nesses and Jurors for that year. Put
nam county was pa id 19,741; same re
port for 184 shows: Putnam County'i
Witnesses and Jurors, $2,288.51; de
duct Ciruit Court pay rolls, I61.45,
leaving for Witnesses and Jurors fo
1894 iq Criminal Court of Record for
Putnam. 1,694.06.
The pay rolls on file In the office of
Mr. Blackwell, Clerk of the Criminal
i court, for 1894, are as follows:
Febuary Term, WItmes, 90.80; Juroers 149.60
Ai Tnrm. .. OSO Msa
Jr Term.... 110| M
A u a Jt ,. U kM ,N 01.00
UeotTerm.. LS.1 M; 186
Dee. Term...... ; 112.1
Totalsix Terms........' .50
Tot for c(riMisal Osrt for 1M........(1,Ies
Add wituem oees refnaded after oonV'a. eSIl
And yres hewas per above ............2,s. e
Comariaon-
Criminal Court,, for whole year,
11,S6.06; for one term, one-fourth,
6170.06.
Circuit Court, lour terms aoaove,
16,188.00 ; for one term, one fourth,
$1,5834.50.
Criminal Court, one year, 18H4,
witness and jurors, |1,000.96.
Circuit Court, one term, $1,584.50.


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Circuit Court, double for one year
two terms, $8,069.00.
Criminal Court one year 61,600.86.
In my next I shall take up the Diet
question.
FRIEND TO CRIMINAL COUiT.

Sasse Itereustu FgesM-oe. 3.
ndter rTulme-eruld.
In an article in the Advertiser of Wed-
nesday, it was shown that a oompari-
son made between the average expense
of the Circuit Court system of trials for
witness and juron as compared with
the present system (Criminal Court of
Record), adifereno existed in favor
of the Criminal Court of Record annu-
ally of $1,459.15, as being the lea ex-
pensive.
Now, In taking up the question of
Dietl, the calculation is based upon the
actual number of prisoners conducted
in the County Jail between April 10th
and November ll11th, 184., these dates
being fixed as the first day of Sprang
and Fall tetms of the Circuit Court for
1894. Under the Criminal Court no
prisoner is held for more than two
months for trial; under the Circuit
Court, a prisoner held for Circuit
Court arrested after its adjournment
in April, will be held for nearly seven
montba before he can possibly have
his trial. tot hmannaty's sake alone,
can there be a stronger argument In
favor of the retention of the Criminal
Court? Prisoners arrested in May for
Circuit Court are held for nearly six
months before trial. An examination
OIf criminal stattica will ihw that of
ama and commaI o pereous
ehago with orim for tral, about
per eat anre d without trial.
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e*mve sossu oei u as es atfemr.
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Soseem ~am up to a s poems

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Hosolium-mea ly, lo n nrase

ne Pser st"Mbsufsa1 0eas e 1~
Nw ooYmox, llmrh., T.-ht was stte
Pesidnterday tnon good authority that Po
lithat he latended to nd uhn will b
sadM trial before Juetle, BUarett
the summe i ofOyr nd Teriop lr
odKa W ONDNy.
"The es-eftsina s eby a -s
loomuramvox, Ill., March 5.-Vlie
President Stevenson denied Iast ngalt
that he intended to spend a portion of
the summer in Europe.
WEKS* NEWS CONDEN89D.


A eombinatleu of eokeimamnteturs
will be formed at Plt.burt.
The Harrd'PrIneeton deba** wl
be held at Prieeton Marsh if.
sot Mulmaster m*e sai of the
bkigh and Hudson, has eeIg d.
Senator Jose, of Arkasas. hae as
tinly recovered from a seeroA illnem
The amount missing from te mint
at Cason, Nov., is now repred at

Mrs. Beaus Paxton, of lan Prnieeo,
deals that she has a third Pair wll in
her pesiscen.
The daner4eders at the We7yeoset
Mills. Providene. &. L, went out ea
strike Thursday.
A port is current that Sesal
Agent Rhodes, of the -a Iboard Arla i
is to be promoted.
The COa AeounatsaW' amoealem will
hold Its nxt metinV i Mai n Fra mslm
April 1 to April 1I
overnor Oda Is being ured to
formal divisi of the naval serve I
New London, Counn.
Williams college students have p"
Moned the tcnulty to aboaih omapl.
mory chapel attendance. .
The South Dakota quarantineagalnt
Texas attse is only against apmeMnts
from Southern Texu.
Yale has received 70.000o bequeathed
by the late Judge Bllling to endow an
English literature chair.
The contempt proceedings against
President Greenhut, of the whiskey
trust, will be heard April 2 .
Governor Stone, of Missour, has I.
sued an appeal for the Impoverished
Kaunsas and Nebraska settlers.
The California Manufacturers' oon.
vention Friday refused to adopt resolu-
tions favoring organized labor.
F. B. Daniels has reoeved the ap-
pointment of assistant general solisltor
of the Pullman palae ear company.
A renh syndicate will probably buy
a entrolu lanterest a thae VieMigd
ati eatCripple Creak#, 'Ca
GeatBratiti paid MMgas 'duateg
the nsae me s de, at e p ePteaiba,
lass, h.rALmtaS lee~t e s
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