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: April 5, 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: VID00072
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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Pd evening the voA t~ s A TA Me.a
`ft W. J. Longuesow41110010% lesfts*aDie.
lghted and ban tifully d "-. A I4, .-A y
isoulve the many friend t- b .d here )t alght teea
WIllie, who were to partlic qtt 81= M 4 by beingtW I thIown fr m
tf the must enjoyab e ev n uths l. Nge I 4 s ea. Fr ist nght yn
10BT I'M. good P49P4*9p Zf1*.. ana eight trtst. lhair
ti estly hour could be m wade Il e 0 ta afs, and to pta0 the negro brakeman to allow him
Bwlose of the ray y )* wh6 V ib-4 tg ml de the ventaft a toMe so a box ear, passengers were
were apparently av Nacose. t alowed on the train. loon aftfe
a of *the fortous op o 1VI' I R I gh p angs two noegroes emoe
g a*l ate theoeaur, em ultedI Bybrg, robbed
ood tie. hils6e threwhblmfrimusetrolo. ea
Aftes playing sum Tpe ter The o sedi~. beore the peo w be fell till sed eveainl
opameas the crowd wIke pI e e *lgParilla. It is wbhe e was discovered ad brought
'Uof the sumpts tO pe, the steid oi l san d blood .111herT h he died shortly a te r mdk*
p ueed by their iTable pWlr elkiSelr merit st be statetmst Twoa&
veall b r yit o r1eeh It 1 116 t e n s"A s ed for the
Hhojte,|. .Z' we.... te&lliat 4 w oL. Do at erla '. y wM sa Odd follow 1
As Father 'w od* a o -nyoarblo o istspring. asN rla CopehagenE, Dn.
Ing his I of o, b. mak.
the p tId'clred- oo'eO i Pr a4 I os the M favorite SIXTRK4 YVARAS A UIOAMIST.
too "aald A" wisb. cawarti ew= "ry one who tri aes teaseee a a.. on Cose asme a -
"The First Day m. ftperC
b The tnaloes of Captain 0. F. Avery JAosouvua, Fi6., March 3.-At
Itn SLa w was brou!ht to ths ey Wednesday bpe, Ma tk has beenea s-
ed by the I ppearam e of a lady and girl
ioke l' very dull times from ob i eand, rli., and was In- fro Geormgiu, who lasim to be the wife
of the pA B. Darling Per. torred at Wet View cemetery. The and delihter of R. A. Chaney, a re-
btpay ~~etlt cfty*. Toey be. members f Veoap Poit, No. 12, 1. pelted olt1n. Chaney came hre
on aestrma site this week until A. L. of Palatka, of which Captaa I" ago, married into a promimsat
,.m.. nd.arenow Avery was one of the pasotomnmadd family and has several children. The can"
in.. apld arenow logd er met the renmais at the Union De. Georgi lady claims Chay deered
M fteh cargo this week, whcK will pot and formed the escort to the ceme. her sixteen years ago and haney does Ca0t
01ea ge n w York for distribution of tery, where the burial service of the not deiy it. No steps have yet been c
1bal thel 5od to Penatylvaia and New order was observed. tok looking to his prosecution.
Tomse carg are In addition to the Knightso t abee. ANDIT8 THREW THE 8WITCH. ow"
Wldroa, of train lads they am daily shipping to The btate Commaoder writes to u s A t e uvat, x-mNmar sih u, r. a 0en
the o ity Mon- dleffeat point? In New England.- from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: after htorits oastra t a wreaek.
o l land, Ohio, where Evening Times, Pawtacket, I.L. trying other medicnloes for what seemed GAIL.SVILL. Fla., April .-At DI)ay.
eaa to wo dh.d Mr. o dw to be a very obttointe cough in our two 0vl,, a station between here and
waein k. Mr. 0. ladall, of Rtidgewood, children we tried Dr. King's New Die. ear Csk, a Florida Central and
r i .i, Nortbioctt, aot ar a w to the city Wednesday, an& made cover, and at the end of two days the Penlnsular passenger train was wrek.
'i eeesI season Wuth his dane- our ofloe an agreeable call. cough entirely left them, We will not ed by dashing into an open switch.
departed Monday for Talla- __ __ be without it hereafter, as our ezper- The engine was wrecked. The ire-
,w ehe will organize a class. A HAP OBAND. ro that it cures where all man and engineer escaped serious in-
popular among the julve. ILAWARB, OHo-"After four o remedies fRil." signed F. W. j .ry by jumping. Several pesnget
very pp r amog the je DLWAR, Oo Atr four Stevens, State Coi.-Why not give were bruised but none seriously. t is
las here, likewise the older pu. months use of Simmons Liver Regu- this great medicine a tr as I is believed train wreckers threw the
lator, my wife is almost entirely guaranteed and trial bottles are free at switch.
ate Lus has an announe- ed ofChronic, Constipated and Ackermn A thwart's DI Store. m
SBleoding PUls." -W. B. Leeper. Regular sz e80cents and $1. w,.' o..no A ,omt-1
9 lb this seWOe which will prove of your droggt sells It in powder and ft TAWPA, April S. Colonel B. W.
j lteresttt s well a prottothe h qald the oMwdor to be taken dry, or r ftWrenn h been officially noticed of
Interstali we llr pri t, tothles in ade Io wDo a a dy for Daytona Wednesday, where they hiis pointment as paienger traffic
ie looking after sprnog style i made Inte will reml 1i, for l W tok. manager of the sanford nand It. Peter
tfliery. In the person of Mla Annie Opera o burg railway..
Mi La o hes an .exper med Bapt.-nday, morlg CH ILD BIRTH *
40o1,ae trimmer. 11. .; saBday obool, 8 p. B. MADE EASY! We guarantee Johnson' Magnetic
h a, Pa atski friends of Mr. T. J. y. p. U., 6:80 p. m.; evening services, MoVs' hPns"Is a d nt 0- Oil; It has no superior for all acbes
ymeya# will be pleased t6 learn of 7:80. Subjees of eveniDg's discourse: ; allypnrepsred Unimnit,every ir. and pains, Internal or external, man or
',leool to the responble position 4'NsIi. disnt" of ecognid vle jandin beast. $1.00 lsie o0 cents; 80 et sie, .
di*lar4 of the Seu.at. Mr. Ap- coItant uM by medied pro. 1 cents. For sale by Ackerman A
iM is a well worth of the voeitlon, ABB YOU GOING fasion. MThe hI dnarecom. Stewart, druggists, Palalka.
is opat men I& North? East? West? W"MOTHERS' ."ts.x..eLm M"
t.e State O T H AueCmoi CTa., MaESh O.-Th---e
, 8. A. m .aM HIgh, wa TICKETS* D ft s, a.lly M u,,m
to town l He was atta co d by FIC KedS a t nlnf th e n u to
SBin Saturday, and Via say Riway or 8to0mshl Line, at FRI NleanisDftuye'an com a ml thec.
ba n o ,rtra thenWILL DO d that Is chdmed for n s.mra
S been for a hasty retreai the Lowuer BATZs, at itANDMORB. ItShortes Labor, ash eOaNm remerete b WM. oseem.
won'd have, likely killed him. PBEK'8 DRUG STORE, lasensPalin, Dimi Dnshe to BNooZ.Tr, N. Y., Aprl .-David IM
a# ftrtber than a few ratch~l Coner o Mother and Child. look soe. the venerable m e-edior ed the
hea d treulted, however. om d and on 8trto M s maed PBB, co- New York Journal of Operee 1ed
Mars Polltt, who hba been gam city et.d' valuable i orationdn d at his home in this ioty IAight,
choont atrhalHamd, isvating HAEquaATUs, Vlut *tbl tearr estionialsrprtima.Ap. e am ewa New he.
talph had thesity, on npitA Co. M s BoMrees0 eSo. BLUeJe WA CTr, m Apmril L-lr.e y
iMU s. L' o lUhh made a moet OUs No. dO" at au. mmWeems tBoSy destroyedta better pert of the
ad te le mAot eshe, -ad Y66 se hereby ordered to meet at b iesite 4drt. Imneding .eeea iooee
iear i sheo mads a dutong yaou Armory, 8 p. m., Tu An April INDUSTRIAL OONDITION SOUTH. sod twenty frabem u i d
9 m r oth seet very maoch ,*Wp, with sil lunorm eand wS- ..Now ieM A .,a s Ian -e
on is, for uBspellion of arnan rid .d10" n0.1 0 s n- hes Aprearil 7-.-hile
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6 4ves 1e day pa tterned aBr lss.l with oswoo4 tnk
and Gokthichbal bIatl, habutthe lMbeMa LU. IMAS IlY. 41
la s .Mo wee ew, was a gloomy, imbturrasei apartmes 'P
ig all en r Sow, scantily fuaaibed and aminvit in Iag i tn9lv .0.&... nIt
Moreover, the undleps we re w n0 IleSe ah m. 5:
s a w eS. pe. andedle, gling to keep up appearnes O mod. e. *" 1
st3,f heSr rate income, an.l Betty, the littlework- 2 IAie;a L 4!I
i- "" 'I Ohr d 3 house girl, in her print frook and thick o i ..
-Detroiot Free Prom. shoes, was the only servant they kept. A .0l, a ......
"Dear me I what is the young man
iR, H i THE S ENES. okinghisnoe wetin for?" tiedout
SEsther indignantly. "Does he.xpeet P0 kll Idw1B aB
*--- to find drains in the fireplace or under .
"T1i1 m y boy," said Uncle Ho- the washtubs?"
W "'tmbl ey is a dangerous thing. "Please, sir, the sink's in the cellar, W. A. TURK,
S' : a*' L house for, say, a year, and sir. This way, sirl" said Betty, clamp.- hMs. tgeMt,
U il'i s ait at the year's end you iag on ahead and turning open a cllar WAmNINve.i, 0.
,S my sad take another. You buy .door, whence rushed out a blast of W. D. AL
40114111 .le dsket huky er.d tYou buyesepulchrally damp air.
k tMi eld if it balks you send It But the one glance into the kitchen
0a. bcakagto beds old B ouch on iofe had been enough. Esther, in a greasy
11itoeh angeereent. You sa liel pink dress, and her hair in a bristle of
m i ha z esoh e her-- a lifet' curl papers, sat beforo a tray, with a Maroh 77th ,180 .
"ltlI' "nt said t nephew bowl in her lap, eating a 10 o'clock --.-
tt1 oleHobart" said thouephew breakfast, whilo her pretty feet, thrust
and beir apparent of that genthaan, into a pair of badly worn slippers, dis-
"let's take another view of the matter played sundry unmeinded holes, and a
Suppose that she Is nall.that fs lovely, oledpkt udkole tiedrou TTT T
excellent and desirable?" soiled pocket haandkerchief tied wro11)
Uncle Hobart Roshaw rubbed his h.r neck did duty in place of the iat l iii
Uno"collar or frill generally supposed to be i
As an inveterte bachelor of five and necessary a bndig over hug
ifty he was natunlly i olited to take kettle of bubbling and boiling preoseryd i P 1
the less sanguine view of the case. upo ofthe br lngeand b ilnth e w t.y
"asdhi's*.6 of no us pon the range, and 4t the wvsatub I P
"Paul,e" said hb, A t s of no use to stood a slight, trim figure, ith an FICKLY ASH, I
argue the matter, A young ima. in loveapron tied around her vaist tad aslves
is a young man mad for the time being, above the elbow, Emily Par.elf, scrub. kD PQT
If you've made up your mind to get bing away with the ergy of a lann-. Mpn-
marriod, not all the arguments in crea- dress and ar sinir hair wound inMa
4tion will avail against it. Only be sure lustrous braided around and about her U
you make a right choice. Remember all head. arvelus
how much depends upon it." Uncle Hobart following closely at ous
Paul Fontaine laughed good humored- the heels of i nphw, was ust in In B d D
lY. Like all young men, he thought so time to hear Estlher's petulant voice = In 81000 I
amuch caution quite nnnecesmary. from the oti'rroom sounding shrilly on -..
"There are two isaters of these Lind- their ears. 3 nRheumatisl
ys% you say?"aid Uncle Hobart re- "It's oo bad, mammal The toast is no-. 8
: *6 .k aeotively, polishing hi. glittering spec- scorched to a cinder, and theooffeeisn't C*r.
a -Essa lyndE dthrr.i ablo. I must have some fresh -and Scrofl
'Two, sir-Emily and Either." mluo" r ,nd Sc
"Both of 'em pretty?" "Oh, Ettle, don't" coaxed Emily. P a '4 1 o
"As twin blush roses, air." "Mam i O tired and she ha 1o es
Syou gol said UncloHobart much to doWon't aglass of ilkdo?
lRight intosentiment, justlike "No, it won't! I must have coffee, u
"'elln, iivolmn M novol. g and decent coffee, tool" asserted the -
"Well, ir, Isn't it natural enough to brunette, tapping her pretty foot on the "a a, t
ampare a pretty girl to a beardful floor and knitting her jetty brows.' bo T.W
lower? If I could think of any other "Then 'll make it," said Emily, "if "- he" be-
oo '- trouble yours: f," you'll waituntil I get these collar rub- -t Md o .13
"Vounotrn't trouble youb oIf,""in- bed cut. Bu Le".nIar S
tM e ptedUncle hobart. "Wht I want "I'd be ashamed to turn washerwom- -_______
t ld out is what ey are like." an," grumbled Mis Esther. wld mw est
"Bhter isn brighte~nad sparkling; "I'm not ashamed of anything that i.
mily is all softness and refinement. usefull" cried Emily, with spirit, r E.
h is a brunette, with the blackest "when papa work e hard ad the m.
S Ioval w. Emily bhas hetnut washing bills are so heavy. It won't M__
'', rii blue eyes, and a lovely, fair ie of us to do a little honest I
work and spare mamma all we can." a
y"Uncle Hobart hummed "Do leave off moralizing and Iet my aim, 4oy
tae which had been popular In offee" sealed ath who hadevi- ---,
dently risen in no miable mood.
la'n mos d ..asal; And the borough s ueyor and 11Mdhi,
B, whh e u .' bogus assistant having no exezo for doo m-.se
|"Aadwhixh w you like beet. Paul remaining longer, heard nothing mom e .m E
ae' o oaag Paul Fontalne was silent M he walked :M
an *. l bothof them obaerilng" along the street, but Uncle Hobart w -.-
ly answered the young man. chuckled softly to himself. In 1111
my life, uncle, I sometimes wish "Nothing like an inside view said
the Turkish system prevailed here, he. "The up stairs angel often turne into
tht1 I could sarrylboth of them." a down stairs demon, eh? Hal hal bal
S Mou tslt todeoidewhich is the most Paul, my boy, beware of brunettes,
Sleleiting?" questioned Uncle Hobart. There's misiblef behind the archb of MAg N IM W AII
t thething is, nay lad, which will those black brows. If you'redetermined
S i. wash and wear the best for everyday taohave a wife, take the on at the wash
M1fe" 1 tub, the little gill who wanted to help
"That s a question which the future her mother."'
Will dede, unele. Unfortunately we "I believe you are right, Unole Ho-
S al e no obemial test to decide the mat- bert, amid Paul.
"Think etM?" said UncleHobaerdry- "But tell el, Palo how you ame .u
"Look bheeM Paul, up to the present to choose me instead of lEther?" ques-
time you have only men these girls ioned the blue eyed bride as they stood
through the ohltarsoroof visitingdress together. by the se at right the week
ad company manners. What would after their wedding. "Esther is so
,i give to behold them as they really much prettier, so much Iealler the
4 poget a peep behind the so ees?" me3vey oue likes Esther" than
"13al- that I m posesed of, el" they do me. Anddo you know, darlia
S#a0 out Fantaine, with animation, "if I half think that Eather wp Just a *t
j. be able to atisfactorily pioe to tle disappoited that vcudidn'$tpnef
sit, bow'pure and noble and high har"' AOKK1KAN 4 & l
they a s But all this is non- "Do you think s*?" aid FSol PALAT PL
Of mss itisanimpossibilityl" ",y; Iwe k. N a PtT ,
^a "saidCaole as pastences. B Eothe verimy bir
S"erw th Mat up to tme asd beautiful, and whee SAnd w t
girle do a know me pe I- ame aqus lted I was fairly ls
my Woemotlan with the by her. BOt now I a b sme e edy
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35p~lQ151icoahckens anl pigs



| y, I t d rothe r rrh l
"ad we aW" to
I ba dt. so*dln*wa rn
qll ld W ,to hre1 "U a tar.


W te d re for.
A l i s buyR geims. We
1sslt 'Wtaprieg ted Gab.
the wu mitr.. We I our land
q e*ea t&ees ad" buy our broome.
We we th ewax out o arop trnes
sad b o Nwl g u for thel ohlid .
We buM Oseol hoses ad hire ian-
mon ad Nsd the dildrn off to be
SMatentd. We sMad a ftssn-year-old
boy out with a twiaty-dollar gun and a
ot -dollar dog to kill birds. We raise
dog ad buy wool.
Thls ear we most ptldeoe more and
buy less, s we hae depended heteto-
fore on the orange tree and neglected
other industries.
We af glad to see so many in favor
of abolishing t he iminal Court, and
hope our L4gslatut wilt give this
their attentioD St TalaSh11ee0.
We are pleased t see "Florldlan's"
account of the Mastse section, but
when sbe arrives at her Putnam county
home she will not know it, as the old
Olamaed It.
LsAt Thursday evfentg a party of
young people assembled at the real*
deem of Mr. L. IL TurbyfeU to *a.
ga to a few plays whish Mlit for the
vIolil. All those preset enjoyed thnS
aselesV ITy i -
Jobn Livin4ton was visiting friends
Thurday.,
Onr young grlds think they aan get
ahead of the Fadoal Polont girls and
get thatS old dwLk. BAlUsm .


IN CIRCUiT COURT FOR PUTNAM
UOUNTYb FIPft JUDICIAL
ClyfOf TRN STATB OF

ow 5Z LA-Ibilatuemr
AD. tal


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WK MANUFACTURER MAY STYLES OF
RICH 'M]KPMISURIKWVIHIMLS
MW NXv aOMAWOM Wb 3WM
THR CRIANMERA& SCOTT C0.v
1We"AeI. NooneuWM.,
Ric OEXOMNR DIANA.


P. P. P.akes paltive cares of all
tages of Rbeumatism, SyphUls, Blood
Poison, Scrofula, Old Bores, sma,
Malaria ati Female Complaints. P. P.
P. Is a powerful topic and an excellent
appetizer, builating up the system rapid-
ly.


lar Old Sore, Skin Eruptions, Pim-
p-a, Uleen and yphiis, u only P.
P. P., and get well a enjoy the bless
Ing only to be derived frre the use of
P. P. P., [clokly Ash, Poke Boot and
Potassium.]
FOi CORNA, WAWN AND BUtoxa,
Use only Abbott's East ladlaa Oon
rystpelas., fwoolen Limbs, Bad
BSomi, gales ond Scab on thele hae
oem etirely oured by P. P. the
most wonderful blood medicine of the
day.
A coune of P. P. P. will baalih all
bead feelings and rest yourr health to
perfect cuudil'A,u. l' curative powers
are mnVelues. If nIu uof jort* aiu in
bad lumor with yuuneilf end the world,
take P. I' P., and become healthy aon
ratliokl
JOUN NW iFS PI F U l1CALTAILON


Has rectved direct, Imported, clxa
Ane Black Doeskin OCas lmer d oWe&
of.$tglad Black Broad C06th, alo
some d* mooch inalog, whbik I wil
walarap la the latest or any style re.
.tterl at lneotRbei Prsoes.
|patriDn neatly done. Shop In
aio*man-Kennerly Bilnok. ny talr*...


M. J. Murphy.



WnorEL1.u Axo AiNTAUD
WIHES, uQuiOs All WAt.
Aintt for tlih r ''it*ed 3. W. Rat
PIr Silveaser VWhbiu. A full lia
the h er hwtndit Ho |h1' I1twest lit eCO




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les T a ep tulaty. ctain


Mos WAwrTD-Highest oashb prie
paid for all moss, For full:partlculan
address, Davies A Grieveson, Welaka
ioss factory, Welaks, Fla. novltf
TO LET.
FOUR ROOMS TO LET. Inqulie
of WALTER STRANGE,
mbhl- At Loeb's Shoe Store.


The Worldrs Fair T-.
aSh wed so baking powd.
so Apenor so met In IAm
Ismwegowor a doheRoyal.


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me b n A Dwho U s
mongh to be able toI gU1M
pwhn Abies thedmse
of asUQI. who eamlmeS
likasms a seont d onsB smpeo At e-
time the ajudgwas oilsn with a
party of ladles wbaM0womade b s o.
BHe gllesyastord lel attulmintOs
reasivd to them. but on oeesss
when be reretid athe mdoklng et
riddle we eotd Tbhemomen* e Hitt
the parloe etr a coupleof strange mm
buried In, and after pelogilaing to the
lades for the intrion asked very ern-
netly if the gntlem ain thate eosoper
were not Mr. 8eeeher. Upon being as-
esed that he was not, one man turned
to the other, and handing him a roll of
bills sa"i
"Take them you've won." Then,
turning to the ladles, he explained, "I
I bet $100 that your friend was Mr.
Beehoer, and I've lost" .And he lol-
lo*ed his oempamon from the oad. The
Judge laughed heartily when told of the
Incident and said it was not the ait
time that another man's greatness bad
been thrust upon him.-Detroit f e
Presn


U orWt i s.
One of those grammarian friends met
me the other day and asked me which
was corsmt, "Tomorrow is Sunday" or
"Tomorrtow will be Bunday." I told
him the following story: Years faothe
Reading i Biled company ioed an
order requiring it brakemen, as moon as
a train started from way station, to call
out the name atof the net stopping place.
For awhile the trainmen, instructed
doubtless by some grammarian of the
road, would do tims by sying, "Next
station will be"--llantown, Reading,
eto. An editor took them to task for it,
pointing out the absordity of using the
future tense in speaking of that which
always is in the same place. After that
the brakemen dropped "will be" and
cried, "Next station" Allentown,
Reading, ete.-Philadelphia CalL

.Minnie-The man I marry must be
one I can love and respect.
Mamie-Wheat Both? Cncinnati
Tribune.




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Poor


iHealth]

IM mez1s so much more than (
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected. 4
Don't olay with Nature's (


it cure
Dyspopcle. Kidmy and Uver
Norew ~Troubles,
Coistlpstion, BadDblood
,!.'.i!ari2, Ner'ious ailments
W ORM. S' t e mrppe. l nth.r..'c L

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A. J. RIYXlOiAMN66'
WI.LAKA. VFLA;
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.mobo daattO u a ed we) dele ....


Ipilo h to do 1De riv rLewb f om e o e e IrSle with hm ps t to... 2. .. ....
atduthte pl nge 4AI...th o0b4teother stmwsseetl$beWestse cag
beblep h eeefor es n heal beo o oeeethre. uThintlee sh e a ast t e k.. h... Lo se 0 W Sil. ;.....t.
m b eel'te9ebi n* p tv one Men u s111aod e "'sI leo r .MMs t ... e 4111 h ei te %i ......
s Nlo about to n dpl e sd omeodi, Wemlp lWsd wih drew to I a poW ,lmw. Ato C'eaaP Jon A C :::::
t is c~stdon t h e s ide op aT eter hin idv an hof' o. o the..... s ,eth ma in, t e Is is ..
idanlieduringnLalong com adewitghou o a b so er rThe feo .l e e.lo return.o. .k _m n ab-...... ..
i' ,'shlledor n g n o N l en fofr r T ol i m p. o .ayor and Am. de o ro so:. .::b::::e
St philosophy1 down t he river. t I h e ......r itpvo toneg lledFor o sousaeae,
f~rc wathgmisgmeadbyill duties the Caopthin'.attention to the fact thae mm A aaes"
*: r co pu lohe hop doria i bi whoo. o uam e nthln da -. ......ugebpr. .... ... m on e...r, m ..............
's e.a-,e'd. Dnl acik b' y ome wa o ndl ww em p t oaM e a walf m r .2ro ..l"m.... Ms C a laLr fapMi tMlo ir Co u tme .......

.at d tlea plnet o b as too which the other steamerm e iw exerting every j a m :::b;::::::::b. .'o::: u o h o w ae s .wet as. :::::::Wo
e plealnt. Ttierfor, a hbe ba b effort to overtaeto Thinking she April.-.. ......................s mancer april I.--A TIioI
-.dl edvws,b ewill itt4ncae. might 00va16 me reas on for her evi. D. .'...:............. LtoheC SImS Wo a
apes for a sbock, oh. ye people dont\buta, Capt. Wade withdrew to FrAMU2lclW11.......f.....4hea In' t i. {
Fo r h oner ..n .............. ........ ka e ton ine s a u n g e
sGo etteMeMscowotond eaddhisuGd tTabIIke pstlsn
SGovme hasU cerd hi o- the aie lof the team and tied d p to a .:::::: : we wafo. t ht, s wMa *-
g tyi l t he left for Boaton on allow her to pass. Now itI not many .*o... .. .. .t........ t in c ll talMoro Hn d a mi
Stiday s1iand Ms m. Lombard wile commanders who t oeld be sotclever. hm. e......L..... t ~ e o w. oshlsmal
Ilov so t er W ell o and Crooweno eo e own Form wFo r ........ .......................1 s al
.-',:. ~lov,w(lto.KrWillani~d Crown imbl.listened for the owls,she. Sq...............is
Itmissed by otheirr nme frm the grat Bsoumbe theoe w Mu... Ar 1-A sMm
"o1 course theohope iu that wvle birds which frequented its dark. rvorMaret- o L- ..................... r we d oate r p by t hma etf
.. ....p.. .._T............ w ayesterdayrby I tSW M 4
a lag be drawn backby some ways, and remarked to each runs-ms u.. city.................BumBu Coummtlmte s
*i sti ble charmnsof thib fairspot. other "Ock-sl-wa-he." WLMAM f. 1 ,l Brownd with intent to c a r
Pullen, who has for mDy Anothbe tale (which J. F. will po. p moth.. .......I..............o
.0 aim withrhavinOvloa ot fie
elive our dw little circle, ha bably believe), ii that the.Price of o Ai ........... his m i b tSrowia b a
l for wTotk. Thl wllseem Evil climbed up from his domain inW y lg .
t bt he bright preoe punuait of one of his servants who bad o u a m ...............N .. ".I
0144 IS 14 ha1py I t i eenoy fled from some deserved puisho t. -t A M.. ..-ionA.i... A6r'r. U *
ba ssom l is mother and do overtook his little slave In be outi ....................... i t
2 3*Wm e. They fullanod when e had paused in ad. WAraD at3106n -
111MUs.Prbe'. e emiratlon. A sounding slap wo e dln.r .......... twas. a. dt.. ft wo oS
al Now Tork, itsalso a intoredmto the recreanthedimp,andwathe s' .- fdtIe *sou m as pu
W. te which& owed and followed a Y^^mer. -
J M t Well to inoert crooked course of their own formed l ru t o...............t a A- i
Wterhand herthappy thisrromantii sta.sn y LW Api.r. J
T he d lm sherr the trut h of these legends Ni om tr.... ................... -.. o to Al. W

B' oS trt plaek Worth er the .,Se A. & IL.
W rmours e oList of UodAm nedltters Railway, leaving Jacksonvtlle, ant- i tdumOle
Slmble ad r emmnlng inthse Potffice, t Pt. day, Aprild th, at a. m. Fa r or l the s #
1116 "6UDeto lta, lsM,for the weak endnMareh Mudtrnpem rlyeO Tickts.goodetood ore- s
dM tt a tl r,18 : turn until April 10th. rxcuralosli slmmas'aSeeipageie no
*ris en *iter. to to
V" to thi Bruag, kS lvi, Mr. can spend sunday at the famous Hotel 0 evenigf ,. 3lna "-
.ins1n Joel, iol l osd Poinelan. .b ?,aumh aw Itd
on" ka o [0, mabsyIO meFLORA 10AcKIsnow eforlaNi,. ^
mv 404ra lWiiOevens, PD prepard to teach the Now Inrnoh ,

Uf. am.ise-s~
el bTs .Snow, K J White, Clara oo mom" e Mit3 el
Tames, lleeesee. to *0 =oniE -
Ibt to he Poesm elling for the above letters hevig ines MdeaigMl s&
= in b arrm u w i lple m ms ,y A Dvy x rn .," "_ ,x hint "
.W. P. AxnnDBa P. M. bo do issalsg r io ( f l .am Nplo i-At ,
be ^'employs oWsm ouss do oh s t eago dtoBi Lo .si so, Aepl1.1.--A sselow .t t'h't,
Sdhonormbloe DRY OODS, 8HOn, GROC&Et Whsftommd omg.a mi, o,
Mtws,-ii sd he BIBS, MATTING, CARPh=6, Btc. *., UB O 't, t h lS
thido t be end u youth mall orders and write for has beem susiwmeed :i.
dpees th togh samples and Priem. Goods uiTM- ws fer iat hardIsb. ,.
A, 4W NYd froml 8.R Bo". sle udlevlo BOn>0 Atteatln, Oi oMe 'ee h iso e
tol 104k Mayoreloot Oro0 a ws' sworn in The s nving .eoldlem of the led- m nwWuv 8
g o MIlkyor of Padtkj*terdl.. eraml a 04 onfdorte Armis l owM rAw td mountnlM of COboa meIl f
;17*Rsidingin Islatka and r visy ae a e- n m e slinsd rsoveUitismis 4he
SUs 3,& Oo V't RVp4S qust ed tooeatal the Counll el Uha e- elte st e'ver blood1b 5,
tMRma.W I,5HA w O her, io S Alda oeelh. ft'April ft, nsm.mpa seat b, As
lag a yem ..so.l saw Use,,
1 Baeusfiuepainew soi of beth tahvii 10*ftw


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wove

ea temont In the
romet. The larger
court proceedings are a
on Justice. So much to that
a comemoi sayinlg,"Ob be won't
'sooavlted, he has plenty of money,"
hh Is a direct aoq dsitilo of dishon-
and corrupt practlee In our courts.
O. wonder that for the higher crimes
Sbe peepip will take up arms la their
'own defense and deal out signal ven-
g' ane on the perpetrators. They have
o'. Tostoo4deiee in tho youts that are
sup~oseUto 1es1r tbe**Ps protectors,
I,, i s to ~ tho ase,
I- i w idw coennphtehntst. hearing
a tl6 for their oad s of offe or the
people they are supposed to represent.
SWitbave plenty of lawi our statutes
.p.lans spa t4orwhrd, but the
ot pr re oompltated
a a meijiods that
eeU to series the
e departure of
Mrs. 0. J. miIth,
s aWd Mrs. Welton
Gtrae. The Palnes and
go to Boston, Mass., Mr.
'Jones and the Weltone go to


S*re shall room be left to our own
asumer devices and ill hunt the coon
and 'pomsum undisturbed by the North.
ea visitors. Well, we are sorry to looe
them; they come here for a good time
and tayhave it. They bring the last
9 y a's tablhuo, whih serves to gve
e r hies womaa something to talk
habt Od work to do through the
*ber saterrag e. their dreesee

S e. Wbl w iljoy the ooea(any
*^'ti-Et wesh ,sh ty


od f the Irwinmt at ihey ar noe

i 011 t 9 cAt dd ale oA s t the ow
WonM than unoe Asene tress. We
a* glad to et,, .toWve, ha~" the
Aove meUtione am ftr l th e nlWod-
ty. Yoasr oorMepleo t has toodtt
oprou tsare foour t la)8 loi on
some of his tAem, d Ii Jbnltr wtr
return to his old orbited anot favor oa
with another fre t and we give
proper attention to the tree, we can
reasonably expect to be able to sead a
few oranges to the Parise xpoeltion.
Despite the warnings and prophesies
of wise-aores eoncerniang starvation in
the near future, the yoeftb will con-
tinue to plunge into the rough sea of
matrimony. When we put on our
thanking cap we remember that theie
bae been several marriages nl this vil-
lage and surrounding country during
the put year, And strange to say we
haven taobeard of any oi them starving
to death yet, and that Is pretty good
eocoariagement. The undersigned will
be tempted to forsake his bachelorhood


pretty soon at this rate. Lot the good
work go forward, for such is the iay
of the world.
- Tickets are out for a working at Mr.
Crawford Bikes' nex Friday. He will
give the young.people a hop Friday
night. A most enjoyalVe ttme Is an-

Wm. Meyer, seq., MoMeekin's prac-
tical painter, is engaged iq ptaslnin a
large building In the city of Haw*
thorn. I
We learn by the many rumors that
M afloat at present that the Rev.
Ivanovitch Mikanaorf K. Ruhlbe.r-
korf will deliver lectures every Sunday
morning at the Catapult House, on
'Love, Courtship and Marriage.' Every
one Is cordially Invyi4to attend thoee
wonderful Ipoture.. So says the plai
car. FRAM. DAWKw.
Johnason's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Ou is the reaeot remedy yet
discovered for eoauatsma and allpal.
.tIaay a :eodeas. Pint bowles v1.0p
& sale by Aowberma kitewatjniAm
gigin i a* ,


*ma.


AsS@LUTBLY PUR


3. O.G 0r1B.-
-4 GN OF--

The Big Coffee PotI
IrA Poll and Complete Line of
STJVU, LIGHT HARDWARE and
L'ifW AR which must be sold.
Will pay to inspect this stock, u I keep
nothing but the best of eveibyhing.
Pumbuing, Tinning and Gas Fitting
exse ted in the most approved style,
promptly and at iow prices.
Don't forget the place. Sign of the
Big Coffee Pot, .,Anon street between
Second and Third. *
Oounty and City Direotory.
COUNTY OFFICER:
Judi Orimlual Court of RBcord-W. H.
County Soltltor-B. P. P. 'houn.
Cerk-J. N. Dlackwenl.
Judge Onontr Court-M. I. Coxoze.
,jouun Oombnsdlonmr-W. H. Cook, C alr-
mal; N. J. Kenerly, T. W. Thompson, 0. P.
Yelvrtom. John HarIy. The Board meets the
ant ThurbMd In ea h month.
Clerk Crit Coant-Joseph Prios.
abi.tE-Jolh W. iaan.
Ounty OoUlsetnr--lank H. Blanohard.
OouatyTreaurnr-B. L LAlUnthald.
Oun7 Assemor--W. M. Wuuams.
pft enIw at egstasloua-J. H. Marryday.
I BWAN OFr PUBLIC NSTRUCoTION.
Dr. I. C. 1O0, CDamuaN JohMN H. O ain,
H.S. rowtur. Thoe. W. alfb,, s tory.
ipieftlndent boaroud of Public Instruction-
wo. W, sai ...
May-Maiea Gatri Jr.
01telOak-L H. Cooper.
AJusemnr -W. DeWit.
1oUeMStor-Dr. B. I. Motga.
Tremmve-2. J. Adams.
histd of lt aoe-M. J. Trusman.
C re s Dpwlmnt-Cham. Z. Rowton.
GoM CITY GU4RD.
Company C, trwuth BlttaoF, F. B. T.
H. U. OuMONTfOLLIN, Captain.
W. P. HOUSI, O.3.
BWTIVOLJKNT ANDOT113 5OC0 IU0.
Pmlaa Lo4. No. St F. It A. M-4oal
nom sad uud Monday Nsmai tia iesmot
aMT IdS o'elek.


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sineL. us C.C


I -na"Ise'o r, busmnes
Mllges, where ltttle or no'ttepjtion b
paid .e te literary brandies. At
fAiPIB NOBMAk lISTITUES
le isa given Coatmarcul S.udento
09 only a Iy W i a Bgh BusMness
Clowme, bes all members of the But-
a Oure iavn seMss, without .s.
Se@hqre, to the Literary as es.
A t.ehool has commodious build-
togr, a full slppt of apparatue, a good
Litary qqd an excellent Coit1 or
TKzIaa .
, Tbs work in &I, department is of a
blih order. zoeellen opportunities
ire foarded for Vocal and lnitru-
mental Miule, Telegraphy ud yhott

toribsaod Is free to all Students In
regular literary or business courses.
expenses are low. Good board teo
dollars per month.
The discipline of the S8bool is unex-
colled. No tow in lorida is more
healthful.
Next term opens S TrMRas 18.
Write for ftatlogue. Add-on
J. M. GU[LLIAMS,
se7-tf Jasper, FloriUd

Or. Price's Cream Baking Powdr
Werts' Pair f1i6het Award.

PINE TAR SYRUP
Quiedly eires Coughs and Colds.
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
Lemon streets




BIGoanBlood0,aim


,Itpurlfee, builds up and enriches
Icthe biood, an&d new falls
to cure most Inveterate
6 LOOD AND SKIN DIS.
EBASES, if directions are fol.
lowed. Thousands of grate.
ful eple aound Ie praoies
and attest I virtues.
l1-WRrrTforDBook of WoN.
derml Cures, sest free 0 0ap

send $oo for large bottle, or woo
for six bottles, and medicine will be
sent, freight paid, by


For sale at THE PUTNAM PHAR-
MACY, corner Second and Lemon
Streets. Gov F. Pmz. aOfS.

Pianos and Organs.



W. L. (Childe,

Deals tn n"t-Cla PIANOS aud
ORGMnI GoodwsMforbash or oo
STher &m W oad pax Depart-
rns haeelbyw. All city orders at.
teded .pevomar. Orldrs re tl-ed
from toe ooauy ad sorrnoulog
town.
headquarters s OocaMun's JSook

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PALIWT.


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FIINNITURE 0 H0 S[a

ipdokme (Oak Ohambw Baite, cheaper s g
Hardware, toves, T IMa, lware Lea i *

la hot, yo will ind BABGAI Io say uM.aio
and ll time.
pllue attention and sttfacdton gadrsatead


Corner Lemoidn and T



LUDDENH &.BATES SOUTi8HU


ESTM&BLHBDD


THE LARGEST and OLDEST-
of the SOUTH,

The ln.trumentm we sell are the Best and Sta"nd


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STEINWAY, MASON &HAMLIN, MATHUSURKOaOd


and ORGANS.
Jaeksonville Branobh,
16 W. Ba sat.


EASIEST TERMS.


80. B.


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me Med ilr m wa to so tme
I wll, be iatlaok APO $S
#id 17, to rensos taex ryW s
on Ae I a Iari tllo 'Ws ivn p -
"ais for the edMatry m rots -plU
It blsveryse eesl y al* wbw oW
grove property~ mut pe mt Ier
their agents do so when =ahtg my
mods. I im Gow busy with peteeal
property and.ettlag my heets of \real
estate ooied of and flied, expt
values. Values I will 4x a lileA ta).
W. M. WILLIAxM.
The Criminal Court.
editor Tinm-Hsreid0
Will you pleaw allow me space In
Po"t 6olamnM to ask Mr. "Prlend of
imlaal Court" a few questions.
Doe not toe tax-payers pay a Slate
tAz to help to defny the Clrcult Courti
expenses throughout the State Dos-
nto the State pay all witueses, jurors
,ad mileage for ne a in all Sat% or
etribl u meos '
.We are aware dis the tax.psye.nre f
ptDUa ohity sup taue4 to deafmy tf
epeao of tme ft Court. )Now,
it ju t for the ta*ieyesr'tw support
their Ciminal oapi and help to do.
fray ie ;expuishIof d OsreuWo
courts .s ~alee whersn. ites no
Crialt r fit not i tnM U
the or oaf ( 1crImalu U0sis was1
the p e all petty es e
tag .aou .of Ue hands of Magle
f I MM bad the powe
&Itry swof p4T largess teghifag
and mll mlatedemeaor, a to d ,ne
Wad disohalse or soait thet, Would
there be maar e many eases for the
Original Court to try? If the Magle.
trae o in ca where Is was beyond 6i
jurled a doo l the power to olve
bonds of iedo einous when feto
pglty, Ma Ina I a own oei0hmbo$
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Chronic CatMA in the HWok
~-perfctly a#d- perma&tsttp.
Mify cent., by all &Ijems

THEY AGRZEE TO DETiIMS
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to the stolmeat of go bftda-
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t~o law. tofddss h
Ing, and the aulsof the meas,.
may~ ~~~~O suce ndfaigIsrl~by
vousengag Ito proposed ameadments
Governor Nluhbabll's .eseWas
brie and related al mos~et eY to
Matters of only lo041 latereti under
the head et "Prdm ightine the goer-r
wer sap:sI
as Islhe, foyer a aciembdlem aafml
bruslu fSgh 5 bebs~aeu'tolk h" smeAsth
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Owt olow in 04 Wes e p eus ssoMush
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A. Grabe r republican, was eleoted
ova J. Broody, the demooratc no*-
In*w, endorsd by the popullsts and
elvie fodestion 110 vote. Platts-
mouth for the Bret time In 3 years,
went demoeratIde, *letv. I v% demo-
Uatie eouonellme. In mouth Omaha
sa Beettrice It e a mixed result. In
most of the smaller towns of the state
tho only question up was liseMs atiat
no HoMe., and the no licenm towns
"am to dominate. Par lines were
feaerally dropped and little Interest
was generally manifeted tothe oleo-
Mon.
MIOHIAN IS RASPUBLUCAN..
Preb Vla s ee1 'aes a wh a
Dm ic Mea., April e .-? bela tet
netarMs hofm theo tae do tot show
mh eIUg from ed ii att. It is
peMbl "e Jad" J. &L Mo.o r-
pileMma. for jt a hofe supreme
phU verWJM due-
oem. 5a two mabllan ea lda1M4
for regmth ofb* the uralty, BRpr W.
Bkrtrdeld. and Charles L b*iey
hb" ru m lbhtly ahead of Moon. The
ppabllem state tieket has probably
sMi*ederyatya in t e As at. In
Mthe lomi leeiew rapabliesas have
7ltea lue m"abwlt, of the towns
$i6 dalde.
MISOoURI REPUBLICANS WIN.
"As a Iane bur om0s oe two Toads
over s 2iSe Pger.I
fn laem Mo., April .-Yestarday'p
Anial l l1ieeton tarmd all the elty
odem two ovW to the epumbles.
DesmenMt ar nsaptd with the Nrom

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Prompty t 11aM yal dft y Go M er*'
wMoelay, o aortsd b'th Maemb m,-
the rcptle ommutteaoft James
hotel ad started a dt tad hi hwoug
heelty.
After takfMin In&ln the lgho the '
ety traid to the hotel, d, e te
J by Mrm. oKiy and dld.
= rfOsbor1, MNr. Bans, %ad Mr.
taith, drw o, the m sl station and
took the Uti train for St. AAestie.
onm. Joha0. Long, of L. AugstinA
aoMpalbtd the party to the depe" ai
went to M. Augustine with tea. Qualte
a number t well known white irepublI-
mas were th depot to me theovr-
nor of, aid wishes were tht
be makeabef spweh, n thisled0-
elled to do se bw *amotfellae wal.
A pleasing adneat at teo doep was
the "eag batweem Ma. MKntaley
and rstaor e0nr1l DaviS, of the
Work t. Mm Me laley ws e b
"he e hse egnad the gasO
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